Florida Memorial College - Arch Yearbook (Miami, FL)
- Class of 1966
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. FLORIDA i M } I Ai aM 4 ' ;ii! THE ARCH Florida Memorial College St. Augustine, Florida Volume 12 |955 ALMA MATER As the breeze through moss-hung trees Seems to sing thy sacred name. Thy sons and daughters love to spread O ' er all the land thy well-earned fame! We love thy halls, coquina walls. And the friends who gave you birth. The truth we learned as each heart yearned For higher, nobler things on earth! Should future years bring joy or tears To thy name we ' ll e ' er be true. To thee we pledge our loyalty And dedicate our lives to you! Chorus Florida Memorial! Florida Memorial! How we love to sing thy praise. We ' ll be loyal, ever loyal. And for thee our voices raise. is one of man ' s most valuable gifts, yet frequently the one he treasures least. Man seldom makes full and wise use of time and when he finally realizes its true worth— it is gone forever. He can only look back and rejoice or regret. When the 1965-1966 college year is only a memory, you may open your Arch and remember Florida Memorial College. All the pictures of events, activities and people are a measure of the time you spent here. Within these pages you will recapture moments on the basketball court and track field when you cheered the Lion teams from the sidelines. Scanning the pictures of students, professors, and imposing coquina buildings, you will be reminded of the class rooms and laboratories where you worked. You will remember friends in sorori- ties, fraternities, professional clubs, .religious organiza- tions, residence halls, the Canteen, and the Polka Dot. Most of all, you will remember that you were a part of Florida Memorial College. It was here that you had the time of your life! A Time to Florida Memorial CHARACTf Where We Worked . . . And Played . . . Remember . . . College 1965-66 ' • ' brj. Where We Worked Building Administration Faculty And Played Freshmen: Entering the Arch. Sophomores: College is Fun. Juniors: College is Hard Work. Seniors: Leaving the Arch. Made Friends Queens and Coronations All-School Organizations Greeks And Had the Time of Our Lives Sports Candid Shots The Arch Made Friends . . . And Had the Time of Our Lives. St. Augustine ' s Quadricentennial FMC College Choir directed by Mr. Price sings at dedication of the Official Florida Exhibit in St Augustine. Governor Hayden Burns speaks. The Ancient City ' s " Royal Family " Parade on King Street Fandango! We Dedicate THE ARCH 1966 to The Reverend Dr. Edward T. Graham Chairman of Florida Memorial College ' s Board of Trustees (, -i(]y In the Jonathan Sewell Library We dedicate THE ARCH 1966 to the Rev- erend Dr. Edward T. Graham, pastor of the Mount Zion Baptist Church of Miami and Chair- man of the Board of Trustees of Florida Me- morial College. He has served our college dili- gently and faithfully in the past and he is striving wholeheartedly today to create in Miami a new and greater Florida Memorial Col- lege. Addressing the student body H. r BSSSfil i M Florida Memorial College ' s President, Dr. R. W. Puryear With the lovely Mrs. Puryear. President Puryear wears the Eloy Alfaro Decoration. In academic regalia. The Puryears with Mr. B. N. Puryear of Hampton, Va. Fisher Hall Junior- Dormitory for Senior Women Bacon Hall Dormitory for Freshman-Sopho- more Women Pickford Hall Dormitory for Freshman-Sopho- more Men Anderson Hall Classes, Administration, Chapel 6C We Love Thy Halls, Coquina Walls, and the Friends Who Gave Thee Birth ' The names of Dr. Andrew Anderson, Mrs. George W. Coleman and Mrs. Katherine S. Westfall, Mr. August Heckscher, Mr. Jonathan Sewell, Dr. Don Bacon and Mr. Carl G. Fisher are inscribed on the buildings of Florida Memorial College and in the hearts of her students, past and present. £ Wlii Coleman-Westfall Dining Hall ■ I I I I ■ i I B I s;:; 11 II I I I I II I • " . ' .i3S? ' - -Mig ' -- KENNETH J. HUENINK ACTING DEAN OF THE COLLEGE THE ADMINISTRATION MRS. FRANCES EAGLESON REGISTRAR 10 THE REV. MR. FRANK TUCKER COLLEGE MINISTER MRS. SARAH HOWARD DEAN OF WOMEN MR. J. E. LAMAR DEAN OF MEN MR. ROBERT MOORE LIBRARIAN ' M M I B I 111 i " ' -» B ] MRS. SYLVIA CHU ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN 12 ' ■ f ' . ' .ft.. V . " 5 ' II THE JONATHAN SEWELL LIBRARY t WWWttt M MRS. AQUILLA LAWTON CASHIER MRS. ESSIE A. AUSTIN COLLEGE NURSE 13 Our Secretaries Left to Right: Mrs. Patricia Golden, Secretary to the President; Mrs. Bette W. Strici land, Secretary to the President; Miss Gail Christopher, Secretary to the Dean; Miss Sharyn Wilson, Receptionist to the Dean ' s Office; Miss Alma Jean Crusack, ' Secretary to Director of Inte rns; Miss Beftye J. McCroy, Secretary to the Registrar. MISS FLORENCE TARVER Secretary to the Business Manager MISS JACQUELINE HODGES Secretary to the Registrar ; r i i . i . DECEMBER ; i Si " ' ■ ' " 19fiS ' ' i 1 2 3 s a 7 s 9 U t2 13 U IS 16 n 19 20 21 22 23 24 2B 27 28 29 30 31 14 .-•J. " ' - . » " , ' V N V ' ■ ' -iS " .» ' ' •■ t -I ,;.■.» 15 3 - J. AAR. BERNARD L. JONES Mathematics DR. TIMOTHY T. MAR Chairman, Division of Social Science DR. JOHN J. BORNEMISZA Social Science 14 16 MR. EARLE B. ELMORE Mathematics DR. B. H. PURYEAR, Director of Internship DR. JEN-CHI CHANG Chairman, Division of Education Dr. William J. Bamhart, Mrs. Mildred Jones, and Mr. Walter R. Hannpshire of FMC ' s English Depart- ment :■ 17 THE REV. MR. ROBERT J. LOVETT History MR. JOHN E. PRICE Music MRS. EARLE B. ELMORE English Laboratory MR. J. A. WEBSTER Art MRS. BRENDA B. TUCKER English and Guidance 18 MR. JOHN L. JACKSON History and Photographer for THE ARCH 1966 DR. JOSEJF WEISER and MR. JAMES E. LAMAR, Biololgy and Chemistry COACH FERMON E. MARTIN THE REV. MR. FRANK D. TUCKER, Religion MRS. ALTA I. GREENE Social Science 19 Mrs. Annie White and Mrs. Grace Scott of Bacon Hall A Glimpse into Dormitory Life Mrs. Edna Nottage surveys her domain around Pickford Hall. 20 Norma Williams, Cynthia Bain, Barbara Foster, Barbara Adams, Deborah Rich-well, they ' re probably studying the history of the Gregorian chant. Mary Lee studies; Barbara Adams day dreams. Mrs. Nottage and her boys: David Alexander, Eugene Sneed, Donald Stewart, and Paul Jones. MR. HOWARD BICKERDYKE, Campus Chef. In the Cafeteria Mr. John Price, Nurse Austin, Dean Nottage and Mr. Bickerdyke. Faculty, Staff and Students Dine: Elois Major, Rebecca Battles, Lonnie Johnson, John Rutland, Lula McGill, Freddie Butler, Darlene Walker, Helen Hemingway, Irma Hill, Vivian Kearns, Bernice Bailey, and Earnestine Everett. Harold Fenderson, Irma Hill, Rebecca Battles, Dwayne Chambers, Earl Barber, Mercedes McArthur and Joseph Carl DeVine. 22 THE FRESHMAN CLASS Entering the Arch 23 MISS FRESH V 24 ■!gatgBsm; ; R SKE: ag fiTO ? j 2 gg s !t g ' 3WM FRESHMAN OFFICERS • i ,?ft if Robert Hemingway (Business Manager), Carolyn Hamilton (Treasurer), Geraldine Sancho (Secretary), Betty Wright (Vice President), Mrs. Brenda Tucker (Sponsor), David Alexander (President), Margaret Brown (Assistant Secretary), Gloria Calhoun (Chaplain), Raymond Johnson (Parliamentarian) 25 Addison, Benjamin F. Jacksonville Alexander, Barbara J. St. Augustine Alexander, David Monticello Alston, Joyce P. Hastings Arinah, Jacqueline Miami Baker, Richard A. Hastings Barnes, Betty Miami Bell, Jr., Herbert G. Pompano Beach Berry, Samuel Jacksonville Bowden, Juanita Bradenton Boynton, Jr., James E. Hastings Brennan, Barbara Miami 26 Britt, Alvesta J. A. Quincy Brooks, Mary Anne Panama City Brown, Bernard Sanford Brown, Carol St. Augustine Brown, Linda Arcadia Brown, Lorenza A. Hastings Brown, Margaret A. Tannpa Burroughs, Hettie E. Bartow Calhoun, Gloria J. Live Oak Calloway, Thelma Hastings Chambers, DeWayne Washington, D.C. Coachman, John Port St. Joe 27 Cotton, Myrtle Franklin, Va. Crum, Elizabeth Starke Crummer, David Sarasota Danzy, Henry Lawtey Davis, Joseph S. Detroit, Mich. Dixon, Geraldine Jacksonville Duncan, Jo-ann West Hollywooa Edwards, Gloria J. Lake Wales Eubanks, Eleanor D. St. Augustine Felder, Willie R. Palatka Forrester, Michael E. Jacksonville Francis, Thomas E. Mulberry 28 Freeman, Carolyn L. Fort Lauderdale Gibbs, Betty J. Fort Lauderdale Gibson, Geraldine A. Washington, D.C. Gilliam, Walter L. Sarasota Gilmore, Barbara Green Cove Springs Greene, Delores St. Augustine Grif fin, Sylvia Y. Port St. Joe Grimsley, Patricia A. Bradenton Hamilton, Carolyn Bradenton Hampton, Enoch Sarasota Hargrett, Alvin U. Tallahassee Harley, Amelia Jacksonville 29 Harris, Margaret A. Jacksonville Hasty, Nanresa Pascagoula, Miss. Heggs, Vera St. Augustine Hemingway, Robert Orlando Hicks, Myrtle M. Philadelphia, Pa. Hill, Evangeline Bradenton Holmes, James L. Pahokee Jackson, Glenda L. Live Oak Jackson, Rosalee Thomasville, Ga. Jerida, Jacqueline C. Lake Placid Johnson, Beatrice J. Tampa Johnson, Betty J. Jacksonville - 30 Johnson, Raymond C. Sarasota Jones, Gwendolyn D. Quincy Jones, Katie Bartow Jones, Paul W. Clewiston Jones, Welton Tampa Jones, Willie Green Cove Springs Kelly, Willie J. Hastings Lampkin, Bettye Queens, N.Y. LaRoda, Paulette C. Miami Laster, Larry C. Detroit, Mich. Leaphart, Xavier T. Thomasville, Ga. Lewis, George Hastings 31 Linton, Marvin Live Oak McKnight, Robert B. Callahan McNeil, Delores E. St. Augustine McTate, David Jacksonville Mayes, Ruth P. St. Augustine Merritt, Kenneth Hastings Milligan, Patricia M. St. Augustine Mitchell, Willie Thomasville, Ga. Moody, Grady Clewiston Owens, Sherman Callahan Parson, Bernadine Bushnell Pate, Ella M. Orlando 32 Perkins, Glenndena E. St. Augustine Powell, Carolyn Quincy Prince, Lydia J. Fernandina Beach Ramsey, Rudolph Hastings Randolph, Hayward Lawtey Reed, Georgia AA. St. Augustine Roberts, John D. Quincy Robinson, Claudette St. Augustine Robinson, Eddie Deland Robinson, Nellie O. Philadelphia, Pa. Robinson, Phyllis Jacksonville Rouse, Alfredda New Smyrna Beach 33 ms Rutland, John AAelbourne Sancho, Geraldine Bradenfon Sapp, Blondie L. St. Augustine Scott, Ronnie T. Sarasota Scott, Stephen Live Oak Simmons, Harry Callahan Singleton, Betty J. Hastings Siplin, Barbara Miami Sledge, Evelyn P. Tampa Smith, Ethel L Jacksonville Smith, Lois E. St. Augustine Smith, Rose M. Miami 34 Sneed, Eugene B. Jacksonville Stephens, Joyce Jacksonville Stewart, Donald A. Callahan Stokes, Carrie L. Quincy Thompson, Melva St. Augustine Timmons, Helen E. Milliard Tolbert, Gary Avon Park Tomblin, Johnny Hastings Walker, Arthur L. Quincy Walker, Florsnce L. St. Augustine Walker, Retha M. St. Augustine Ward, Margaret Ann St. Augustine 35 Washington, Alton W. Arcadia Watson, Patricia Avon Park Weatherington, Voncille C. Jacksonville Weaver, Allen P. Orlando Wells, George L. Kissimmee Wesley, Rosa L. Hastings Wheary, Nadine M. Palmetto Whitty, Betty Hastings Wiggins, Beatrice L. Kissimmee Wilcox, Reginald D. Sarasota Williams, Georgia Hastings Williams, Joanne E. Lake Wales 36 Wynn, Patricia Quincy Ryan, Charles E. Palatka Voncille Weatherington Jackie Arinah Margaret Harris Barbara Brennan Carrie Stokes Williams, Leon A. Starke Williams, Sheria M. St. Augustine Willis, Sandra J. Orlando Freshman Talent Show Juanita Bowden dances as Joyce Stevens looks on. K ' H " Jeane and the Valentinos Harry Simmons, Carrie Stokes, Allen Weaver (Betty Johnson in rear) 37 Ringing the Bell Mr. Matthew Thomas rings the bell to prayer. " Uncle Tom ' as he was known to generations of students at FMC, died In October. We will remember him for " that best portion of a good man ' s life. His little, nameless, unremembered acts. Of kindness and of love. " The Fall Semester Interns First Row, Left to Right: Joyce Baker, Gloria Herring, Mary Brown, John Harvey, Gloria Mims, Deborah Mosley, Dr. B. H. Puryear, Lois Diamond, Clarence Wiggins, Marvie West, and Lillie Brown. Second Row: Lillie White, Ester Allen, Barbara Shoalts, Magaline Nelson, Mary Johnson, Jacquelyn Reddick, Bessie Burton, and Elma Sullivan. Third Row: Doris McGhee, Bernice Bailey, JoAnn Brooklns, and Joyce Davis. Fourth Row: Maud Akens, Frederick Johnson, Robert Clark, Janice Howard, Yvonne Long, Carolyn Bell, Hattie Nelson, Rosa Jones, Ruby Benbow and Veronica Barn. Fifth Row: Johnny Brown, Russell Brinson, Charles Bartlett, Russell Norman, James Patterson, and Carl DeVlne. 38 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS College is Fun •- ■ Ss 39 MISS SOPHOMORE ■wwtwr , P $■ H ' p r h jskm -i 1 1 i •iti iiisim ' ;; ' « i:?i . Miss Deborah M 40 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Beatrice Bullard (SGA Representative), Sylvester Harris (Business Manager), Norma Tillman (Assistant Secretary), Cora Kittles (Treasurer), Sonja Williams (Chaplain), Cecil Armond (Vice President), Herman James (Parliamentarian), Rosalind Williams (SGA Representative), Myrtle Miller (Secretary); Sitting: Charmie Hill (President), Deborah Rich (Miss Sophomore), Mr. John Price (Sponsor) 41 Archibold, Erroll Gamboa, Panama Canal Zone Armond, Cecil St. Augustine Augustus, Maxine L. St. Augustine Bagley, Naomi E. St. Augustine Belton, Theodore L. Palatka Bradley, Bernard T. Green Cove Springs Bullard, Beatrice Jacksonville Calhoun, Montrae D. Tampa Carpenter, Frederick Jamaica, West Indies Conners, Lillie B. St. Augustine Durham, Arnetta M. Jacksonville Evans, Altamease Bartovi? 42 Fletcher, Barbara L. St. Augustine Goodwin, Jeanette St. Augustine Harris, Sylvester S. Miami Hendon, Mercy L. Live Oak Hill, Charmie Lewis Jacksonville Hunt, Patricia Miami James, Herman Alachua Jenkins, Hazel Jacksonville Jones, Moses Hastings Kittles, Cora L Lawtey Lewis, Carolyn St. Augustine Miller, Myrtle Belleglade 43 Phoenix, Harriet J. St. Augustine Rich, Deborah Jacksonville Simmons, Gladys Miami Singletary, Sylvester Jacksonville Sparrow, Doris Jacksonville Sullivan, James H. Fort Myers Taylor, Donald Elkton Thomas, Julia L. St. Augustine Tillman, Norma J. White Springs Waters, Ida Jacksonville Wesley, Alberta St. Augustine Whitehurst, Harold Orlando 44 Jonathan Williams Lakeland Rosalind Williams Jacksonville Sonja Williams Starke An informal debate— Sitting: James Williamson, Robert McKnight, Willie Mitchell Standing: Henry Griffin, Judy Barnes, Cleveland Henry, Fred Sullivan, Clinton Taylor, Paul Long, James Roberts The Affirmatives won! llALvS Mr. Abe Maree and Hayvi ood Randolph tidying up Anderson Hall Mr. Gus Jackson tak- ing care of the cam- pus ;.i :■ ' te ' ' t ' :: V ' v. - ' nt j DEBORAH RICH GLADYS SIMMONS ARNETTA DURHAM Ji SSMr k MYRTLE MILLER, Captain IDA WATERS ■iV- -i ir ■ : The Pep Squad ' MJ I Florida oranges! Texas cactus! We play any teann Just for practice! Yea, Lions! Yea! 46 THE JUNIOR CLASS 47 MISS JUNIOR Miss Elois J. Major " " WflHUi 48 Junior Class Officers Katherell Morrison, Brenda Thomas, Janett Wright, Vivian Kearnes, Mr. Hampshire, Delores Johnson, Ronald DeHart, Elols Major, Tom Diamond (holding script) Tom Diamond, President Katherell Morrison, Vice President Elois Major, Secretary Ronald DeHart, Treasurer Delores Johnson, Chaplain Vivian Kearnes, Asst. Secretary Brenda Thomas, Parliamentarian Professor W. R. Hampshire, Sponsor 49 Baines, Jeroline D. Pahokee Baker, Delores Hastings Barnes, Judy J. New York City Baffle, Rebecca D. Forf Myers Beasley, John W. Live Oak Blanden, Edward A. Arcadia Blanden, Maggie B. Tampa Brookins, Wayne P. Tampa Bromfield, Calvin Jamaica, B.W.I. 50 Brown, George L. Arcadia Brown, Jerelene Hawthorne Brown, Willie W. Clermont Butler, Frederick L. Fort Lauderdale Cade, Daithel A. Arcadia Carlton, Valerie P. Lakeland Carter, Geraldine Ocala Cook II, James Pompano Davis, Leola Port St. Joe 51 Dawkins, Willie W. Lakeland DeHart, Ronald J. Radford, Va. Demery, Jacquelyn M. Jacksonville Diamond, Tom Pompano Fenderson, Harold E. Hastings Floyd, Nancy St. Augustine Fountain, Leonard Alachua Gibson, Eddie Lakeland Graham, Odessa L. Ocala 52 M K ' K l« V -Wf ro.-m H r ■F " ic 1 Gray, Mary Louise St. Augustine Hemingway, Helen E. Orlando Herring, Carolyn G. Hawthorne Herring, Martha L. Jacksonville Hill, Irma J. Jacksonville Holmes, Charles W. McAlpin James, Carzell St. Augustine Johnson, Delores H. Newberry Johnson, Shirley Wildwood 1 53 Kearns, Vivian J. Bartow Lee, Mary Louise Jacksonville Lee, Vivian D. Starke Long, Daisy Lee Marianna McGill, Lulu M. Mulberry McGriff, Marion Palatka Mclver, Rosa Lee Riceboro, Ga. McKnight, Josephine Live Oak Major, Elois J. Dania 54 Martin, Starlin J. Chicago, III. Montgomery, Sandra C. Ja cksonville Morgan, Josephine E. St. Augustine Morrison, Katherell R. Arcadia Peterson, John H. Wauchula Pettway, Jack L. Hope Sound Phillips, John P. Chiefland Prince, Dorothy S. Hastings Rolle, Geraldine Miami 55 Russ, Cilia Mae Ocala Sapp, Mamie L. St. Augustine Simmons, Ruth E. Jacksonville Singleton, Barbara Hastings Singletary, Willie L. St. Augustine Showers, Rayfield Pompano Slater, Brenda O. Jacksonville Thomas, Angelo L. Melbourne Thomas, Brenda T. Jacksonville 56 Tomblin, Leslie M. Hastings Walker, Carrie I. Mulberry Walker, Darlene Monicello Wallace, Garfield W. Jamaica, B.W.I. White, Lorraine Fort Myers Williams, Norma A. Miami 1 ■ Wilson, Frances High Springs Wilson, Jr., Richard L. h Jacksonville Wright, Janett UH, Fort Lauderdale iV " 57 In the Canteen: Books and Music, Cokes and Food THE STAFF Mrs. Naomi White, Donald Hair, Emma Davis, John Coachman, John Phillips Delores Greene, Helen Hemingway, Ella Pate and Harold Fenderson Tom Diamond, Willis Kelly, Evangeline Hill and Dr. Barnhart John Phillips and Myrtle Hicks Barbara Adams and John Coachman 58 THE SENIOR CLASS lip. mmmm 9mm% ' Im " - - ' !■ ' »,. Leaving the Arch 59 MISS. SENIOR V 1 X 60 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Charles E. Bartlett VICE PRESIDENT Gerald Carter SECRETARY Barbara Foster ASSISTANT SECRETARY Sandra Allen TREASURER Johnny Brown BUSINESS MANAGER Earnestine Everett SGA REPRESENTATIVE Cynthia Bain PARLIAMENTARIAN Doris McGahee REPORTER Mary Pray CHAPLAIN Bernice Bailey FACULTY SPONSOR Dr. William J. Barnhart President Charles E. Bartlett f ' f Standing: Sandra Allen, Gerald Carter, Cynthia Bain; Seafecf: Dr. Barnhart, Barbara Foster, Earnestine Everett BARBARA ANN ADAMS Jacksonville •S Social Science Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; CCUN Sunday School; NEA; MSAA. ETCHEL ADAMS Tallahassee ■S Elementary EcJucation National Education Association » SANDRA J. ALLEN Tampa B-S 6 ' o ogy Science Club; Student Council; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; BSU; NAACP BERNICE BAILEY Port St. J oe B-S English Chaplain, Senior Class; NEA; Choir Drama Club; Literary Club; Newspaper Staff. .€P l 9 CYNTHIA S. BAIN Ft. Lauderdale •S Elementary EcJucation Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; NEA Choir; SGA; BSU. VERONICA L. BAIN Ft. Lauderdale B-S Elementary Education Student NEA; NAACP; Choir; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Miss Varsity " F " ijtJtjmmtmtwT JOYCE V. BAKER Jacksonville B.S Social Science Who ' s Who; NEA; BSU; CCUN; NAACP Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Alpha Kappa AAu Honor Society; Activities Editor, The Arch; Lion ' s Den; SGA. CHARLES E. BARTLETT Ft. Lauderdale B.S English Who ' s Who; The Arch, Business Manager; Omega Psi Phi; NEA; Lambda Iota Tau; Senior Class President. CAROLYN BELL Pompano Beach B.S Elementary Ed. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; NEA; Sunday School; CCUN; BSU. SADYE BELLE Ocala B.S English Student NEA; Drama Club; The Arch; Lion ' s Den. EILEEN H. BRADLEY Wabasso B.S Elementary Education SGA; Choir; NEA; Sunday School; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. ELAINE S. BRADLEY Green Cove Spring B.S 6 o og Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Science Club; Business Manager, SGA, Pan Hellenic Council RUSSELL BRINSON, II Lake Wales B.S Elementary Education Student NEA; Men ' s Senate; Choir; Student Li- brarian; Newman Club JOHNNY LEE BROWN Hallandale B.S Elementary Education Varsity " F, " President; Choir; Basketball Team; Student NEA; Lion ' s Den; " Lamp " ; Men ' s Senate. LILLIE B. BROWN Quitman, Ga. B.S English Student NEA; Literature Club; Lambda lota Tau. ETHEL M. BRYANT East Palatka B.S ; Elementary Education Student NEA. BESSIE MAE BURTON Riviera Beach B.S Elementary Education B.S.U.; Student NEA. THOMAS L. BUSH Sanford B.S Social Science Men ' s Senate, Parliamentarian; F.M.C. Players; Kappa Alpha Psi Interest Group. CAROLYN F. CARTER Ocala B.S Social Science Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Methodist Student Union; Sunday School; College Choir; Student NEA. GERALD CARTER Pulaski, Virginia B.S Elementary Education Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Basketball Teann; Stu- dent NEA; Pan-Hellenic Council. ELSIE LOUISE CHAPPELL Bunnell B.S Elementary EcJucation Student NEA. VIVIAN J. DANIELS Malone B.S Social Science Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Student NEA; CCUN; Women ' s Senate; Sunday School. EAAMA DAVIS Pensacola B.S Elementary Education Choir; Student NEA. JOSEPH CARL DEVINE Arcadia B.S English Who ' s Who Among Students (Jr. Sr. year); Lambda lota Tau Honor Society; Methodist Student Movement, State President; NEA; Track Team The Arch, Editor; Band; Varsity F; Drama Circle Blue Key; Lion ' s Den, Editor; SGA, Vice-President President Junior Class. L 1 LOIS B. DIAMOND Pompano Beach B.S Social Science Student NEA; Women ' s Senate; BSU PEARLIE M. DICKENS Marianna B.S Elementary Education CCUN; BSU; NEA; Sunday School; Miss Crescent Club. LORETTA EGGLETION Ft. Lauderdale B-S Elementary Education NEA; BSU; Newspaper; SGA. JEANETTE EUBANKS St. Augustine B-S Elementary Education Student NEA. EARNESTINE EVERETT Ft. Myers B.S Elementary Education Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; NEA; Woman Senate; SGA. ANNETTE FENNELL Yulee B.S Elementary Education Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; NEA; Student Council O ' CHESTER FENNELL O ' Brien B.S Elementary Education Basketball Team; Varsity F. BARBARA FOSTER Fernandina B.S English Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Methodist Student Movement; Pan-Hellenic Council ; Lion ' s Den; Stu- dent NEA; " Miss Senior " . DONNIE M. GARDNER Tampa B.S Elementary Education Student NEA; Lion ' s Den; The Arch. JAMES GEORGE Fort Pierce B.S Social Science Basketball Team; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Choir; Student NEA; Baptist Student Union. WILHELMINA M. GILLIAM Montgomery, Ala. B.S English FMC Players; Lion ' s Den; Student NEA. HENRY L. GRIFFIN Panama City B.S Social Science Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Student NEA; Men ' s Senate; Choir; Methodist Student Movement; NAACP; Sunday School. DONALD HAIR Ft. Pierce B-S Biology Science Club; NEA; FAAC Players; Basketball Team; Men ' s Senate, President; Alpha Phi Alpha Frater- nity; Blue Key Honor Society. PIERCE CHARLES HARRIS Key West B.S Mathematics Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; NEA; Basketball Team; AASAA; Science Club; Varsity " F " Club. JOHN L. HARVEY St. Augustine B.S Elementary Education Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; NEA; BSD. CLEVELAND HENRY Ft. Myers B-S 6 o ogy Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; NEA; Science Club; Choir; Class Editor The Arch; SGA; BSU; Sopho- more Class President; Blue Key. MARY G. HERBERT Marianna B.S Elementary Education NEA. VERA JACKSON Arcadia B-S English Who ' s Who; Lambda lota Tau; NEA; Choir; Editor, Lion ' s Den; Miss Lampodas; Yearbook Staff. ALLEN JENKINS Saint Augustine B.S Elementary Education Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Student NEA. HATTIE H. JENKINS St. Augustine B.S Elementary Education Student NEA. DOUGLAS W. JOHNSON Panama City B.S Elementary Education NAACP; Student NEA; Men ' s Senate; Baptist Stu- dent Union; Esquire Club. FREDDIE L. JOHNSON Yulee B-S Elementary Education Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Student NEA; NAACP; Choir; Varsity " F " , Men ' s Senate; SGA. JACQUELYN JOHNSON Tamp.: B.S Social Science Student NEA; Lion ' s Den, Associate Editor; FMC Players; Drama Circle. LONNIE JOHNSON Lawtey B.S English Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Lion ' s Den; Student NEA; SGA. " .. wA BARBARA JONES Sanford B.S Elementary Education NEA; BSU. ROSA E. JONES Tampa B.S Elementary Education NEA; BSU. j , X PRINCE E. KELLEY Miami •S Biology Choir; Omega Psi Phi; Science Club; Men ' s Senate; BSU; NAACP; Sunday School. NINA LAWTON Newberry B-S Music Who ' s Who; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society; Choir. LUTHER D. LEE Alachua B-S Biology Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; PMC Players; Science Club; SGA; Men ' s Senate. FELIX G. LONG Marianna B.S Social Science Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; NEA; BSU. PAUL LONG Panama City B.S Biology Science Club; NAACP. MERCEDIA AAcARTHUR Lakeland B.S Elementary Education Student NEA. " f f mam . ANNIE DORIS AAcGAHEE Miami B.S. • Elementary Education Student NEA; Choir; Sweetheart of Omega Psi Phi; Senior Class, Parliamentarian; Attendant to Miss FMC; FMC Players; NAACP. GLORIA J. MIMS Gainesville B.S English Student NEA; Choir; Baptist Student Union; Student Confederation; Student Government Assoc.; Wom- en ' s Senate; Drama Circle; Literature Club; Sunday School. NORMA J. MITCHELL St. Augustine B.S Elementary Education Student NEA. DEBORAH MOSLEY Jacksonville B.S Social Science Who ' s Who; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society; Student Government Associa- tion; Attendant to Miss FMC. GLORIA SIMMONS NAILS ■ Dania B.S Elementary Education NEA; BSU; Lion ' s Den. MAGGIELENE NELSON Florahome B.S Social Science NEA; CCUN; Lion ' s Den; Archonian Club; BSU; Sunday School. RUSSELL NORMAN Vera Beach B-S Elementary Education NEA; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; NAACP; YMCA; BSU; Choir; Varsity " F " ; Track Team. SHIRLEY L. O ' CAIN Panama City B-S Elementary Education NEA; BSU; Women ' s Senate. JAMES PATTERSON Orlando B.S Social Science Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; NEA; CCUN; Varsity " F " ; Choir; SGA; Basketball. IDA PARHAM Leesburg B.S Elementary Education NEA. MARY P. PRAY Elkton B.S Social Science Student NEA; Student Government Association; Secretary; Choir; Student Christian Association, Secretary; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; CCUN; Lion ' s Den, Editor; Sunday School. JACQUELYN REDDICK Pompano B.S Elementary Education Student NEA; Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Women ' s Senate. JACQUELYN HAMILTON REEVES Tampa B.S Elementary Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Choir; CCUN; Wom- en ' s Senate; Student Government Association; Stu- dent NEA; Methodist Student Movement. JAMES ROBERTS Stuart B.S 6;o ogy Who ' s Who; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Blue Key Honor Society; Pan-Hellenic, President; Student Government As- sociation. CLARA L. SHELLMAN Bunnell B.S English Student NEA. BARBARA J. SHOALTS Fort Lauderdale B.S Elementary Education Archonian Club; Student Government Association; Student NEA; Choir. JENETHEL SINCLAIR Graceville B.S Social Science NEA; BSU; Lion ' s Den; Choir. BENNIE B. SMITH Hastings B.S 6 o ogy Miss Florida Memorial College; Who ' s Who; Science Club, President; SGA; NEA; BSU. LORETTA SPEARS Panama City B.S Elementary Education SGA; NEA; CCUN; Sunday School; BSU. ROSE M. STEPHENS Rockford, III. B-S English Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; Sunday School; SGA; NEA; Choir. QUEEN STREETER Ocala B.S Elementary Education NEA; BSU. ELMA SULLIVAN Ft. Myers B.S Elementary Education Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; NEA. FRED L. SULLIVAN Fort AAyers B.S Elementary Education Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; Choir; Student NEA, President; NAACP, Vice-President; Dramatic Club; BSU; Men ' s Senate; Student Government Associa- tion. CLENTON L. TAYLOR Melbourne B.S Elementary Education Student NEA; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity; Baptist Student Union. ISAAC WALKER Miami B.S Elementary Education Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Student NEA. LEONARD B. WEAVER St. Augustine B.S Elementary Education Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; Dean of Pledgees; Student NEA. ai x MARVA A. WEST Palatka B.S English Student NEA; Drama Circle; Literature Club; Arch- onian Club; Lion ' s Den. LILLIE P. WHITE Maria.nna B.S Elementary Education Student NEA; Baptist Student Union; NAACP; Sun- day School. DELORES PRIDE Jacksonville B-S Elementary Education Student NEA. THELMA VANN Marianna BS Elementary Education Student NEA; Sunday School; Baptist Student Union; NAACP. CLARENCE WIGGINS O ' Brien B-S Elementary Education Student NEA; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Chaplain; Men ' s Senate. LILLIAN WILLIAMS Panama City B-S Elementary Education CCUN; SGA; Student NEA; Sunday School; Baptist Student Union; Dormitory Counselor. SECOND SEMESTER ARRIVALS Julius Jackson, Sharon Wilson, Mamie Jenkins-, David Simmons, Constance Henderson, Odessa Brown, Theodora Dixon, Carolyn Hollingsworth, and Gaile Saunders. -■J 76 Edward Blanden, Juanita Bowden, Ronald DeHart and Veronica Bain af the entrance to the Castillo de San Marco 77 Guess Who? Fun in the Pool Myrtle Cotton, Arnette Durham, El- marva Roundtree, Montrae Calhoun, Cynthia Bain, Joyce Baker, Veronica Bain Bathing Beauties on a Cold Day Look at that Philly Dog! One of the won- ders at Ripley ' s BELIEVE IT OR NOT MUSEUM. P ,f , Ronald DeHart, Edward Blanden, Joyce £ Baker, Veronica Bain, and Juanita Bowden On the Promenade by Matanzas River— the Bridge of Lions in the background. Edward Blanden and Juanita Bowden sun themselves at the Confederate Monument 80 QUEENS AND CORONATIONS 82 Bennie Beatrice Smith MISS FMC Miss FMC and her Court are selected each year by the votes of the student body. To be eligible, the candidate must be sponsored by a campus organization, she must be unmarried, she must have completed ninety hours of class work, she must have at least a " B " average, and she must display both her talent and beauty in a pageant before the student body. Miss FMC reigns at Homecoming and is the official hostess of the College for the year. Miss Smith is a senior from Hastings and is majoring in Biology. She is includ- ed this year in Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Miss Smith singing " People. " 83 . vv4 jti r t % ,» ► V ■%v V w i I If J b ' l xa.A:.w ' 3i. ' . _ " -7fWi ■; ■.: ' • ' i k f-, , E ' ' FIRST ATTEND i i m I « Miss Stephanie Elaine Bradley I ' 86 Miss Deborah Moseley SECOND ATTENDANT X 87 THIRD ATTEND A Miss Annie Doris McOahee 88 THE CORONATION BALL I The Queen and her escort, Carl Devine, lead off the waltz. THE BIG MOMENT President Puryear crowns Miss FAAC Elaine, Doris, Deborah, Bennie— " on display " before the voting for Miss FMC. 89 Queen Bennie Enthroned Deborah tries drama. President Puryear presents trophy to Elaine. Dot McGahee in action. 90 PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT J|i; John Phillips Joseph Carl Devine p ' ' STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 92 Student Government Association PRESIDENT John Phillips VICE PRESIDENT J. Carl DeVine RECORDING SECRETARY Brenda Thomas CORRESPONDING SEC Joyce Baker TREASURER George Brown BUSINESS MANAGER Elaine Bradly PARLIAMENTARIAN Elois Major CHAPLAIN Janett Wright MISS SGA Sandra Allen Bennie Smith, Ernestine Everett Vivian Kearns, Joann Williams Sandra Allen, Annette Fennel! Deborah Mosley, Luther Lee, Lo retta Spears, Montrea Calhoun Cynthia Bain, Josephine McKnight Irma Hill, Lillian Williams, Ed ward Blanden, Allen Weaver, En rol Archibold, Fred Sullivan, Cleve land Henry, and John Coachman 93 JOHN PARKER PHILLIPS History VERA BOLDEN JACKSON English JOSEPH CARL DEVINE English Who ' s Who Among Students 94 JOYCE VARNETTA BAKER History in American Universities and Colleges JAMES A. ROBERTS Science CHARLES E. BARTLETT English BENNIE B. SMITH Science NINA MAE LAWTON Music DE BORAH ANN MOSLEY History - . jLj. ikja i « SKri ?ifc.iigwRaL 95 w Since its founding in 1937 at Tennessee A I State University by Dr. G. W. Gore, Alpha Kappa AAu has become the largest and best recognized of the national honor societies for the Negro, al- though today it is interracial. Alpha Phi Chapter was founded May 18, 1954 by Dr. B. H. Puryear. The chapter has helped foster the concepts of the society through its Tutorial Program and Honors Day Program. It is proud of its achievements on the national level— Dr. B. H. Puryear has served as Secretary to the Advisor ' s Council and is currently its Chairman; last year James W. Hale of Alpha Phi Chapter was the National Vice President. President Puryear with Neophytes Vera Bolden Jackson and Jereline Brown Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society Alpha Phi Chapter: James Roberts and Dr. B. H. Puryear, seated, with Nina Ma Lawton, Joyce Varnetta Baker, Patricia Jean Simpkins, and Deborah Ann Mosley. New Members Dr. W. J. Barnhart, Vera Bolden Jackson, Mr. John E. Price pose with Dr. Puryear, Joyce Baker, Deborah Mosley, and James Roberts, President. On the next page robed members of Alpha Phi Chapter are seen in the induction ceremonies at the Honors Day Banquet on February 26, 1966. Left to right: Dr. Barnhart, Mr. Price, Nina Lawton-, James Roberts, Dr. Puryear, Deborah Mosley, Vera Jackson, Joyce Baker, Jereline Brown, and President R. W. Puryear. (At the table are Ethel Bryant, Donald Stewart, Mrs. Frank Tucker with Lisa, and Isaac Walker). 96 The Head Table at the Honor ' s Day Banquet: James Roberts, Mr. Respus, Dr. B. H. Puryear, President R. W. Deborah AAosley (not shown, Mrs. Frances Eagleson). Puryear, Mr. Bair, Dean Kenneth Huenink, 97 J- ' , LAMBDA IOTA TAU International Honor Society for Students of Literature Alpha Omega Chapter Dr. William J. Barnhart Moderator Charter Men- bers: Joseph Carl DeVine Bette Wilson Strickland Vera Bolden Jackson Lillie Bell Brown Fall 1965 98 Charles Edward Bartletf Fall 1965 THE ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER of LAMBDA IOTA TAU was installed on the FMC campus on October 29, 1964, with Joseph Devine, Annie Grace Foster, Bette Wilson Strickland, and Veronica Johnson White- locke as Charter members and Dr. Barnhart as moderator. Lambda lota Tau was established in 1953, there being over 55 chapters today in this country, Canada, and Japan, all of them devoted to " the recog- nition and promotion of excellence in the study of literature. " The let- ters Lambda lota Tau stand for the motto of the society. Logos Idean Telei, " The word gives form to the idea. " The insignia consists of two crossed quills over a shield, on which is a gold bend sinister with the Greek letters L. I. T.; in the upper portion of the shield is a gold torch of learning; in the lower portion a gold chain of fraternal unity; under the shield is the motto. The official colors are purple and gold, for the magnificence of liferature and Keats ' " realms of gold " into which it takes us. New Members— Spring 1966 Gloria Jean MIms John Parker Phillips Vivian Davis Lee Joyce Varnetta Baker Spring 1966 99 mm Km i The Royal W. Puryear Chapter of the National Education Associatii Florida State Officers 1965-66: Joseph Carl Devine President Joyce Varnetta Baker Chaplain 100 ROSTER OF MEMBERS: Ut Row: John Harvey, Joyce Baker, Mercy Dee McArthur, Maggie Blanden, Ethel Bryant, Hattie Jenkins, Mary Brown, Jacquelyn Reeves, Fred Sullivan, Barbara Foster, Ida Parham, Rose Stevens, Ennma Davis, Carolyn Carter, Gloria Mims, Bennie Smith, Donald Hair, Henry Griffin 2nd Row: Joseph Devine, Dr. Eleanor Anderson, Jeanette Eubanks, Deborah Mosley, Earnestine Everette, Barbara Shoalts, Eileen Bradley, Robert Clarke, 3rd Row: Lilly White, Mary Herbert, Elsie Chappell, Sadye Belle, Donnie Gardner, Veronica Bains, Issac Walker, Annie Spells, Jennethe! Sinclair, Lonnie Johnson 4th Row: Gerald Carter, Delores Pride, Barbara Pringle Jones, Theima Vann, Elma Sullivan, Jackie Reddick, Mary Lee, Vivian Daniel, Shirley O ' Cain, Annette Fennell, Carolyn Bell. 5th Row: Nina M. Lawton, Clenton Taylor, Allan Jenkins, Annie D. McGahee, Wilhelmina Gilliam, Thomas Bush, Bernice Bailey, Cynthia Bain, Herbert Jackson, Cleveland Henry, James Roberts. Last Row: Leonard Weaver, Earl Barber Chapter Officers 1965-66 President Fred Sullivan Vice President Jacquelyn Reddick Secretary Deborah Mosley Assistant Secretary Gloria Mims Treasurer Robert Clarke Business Manager Barbara Jones Chaplain Mary Lee Parliamentarian Henry Griffin Historian Maggie Blanden Faculty Sponsor Dr. Eleanor Anderson President Puryear Installs Officers for 1965-66 President Puryear, Robert Clarke, Fred Sullivan, Jacquelyn Reddick, Deborah Mosley, Henry Griffin, Barbara Jones, Maggie Blanden, Gloria Mims, Mary Lee. 101 Row h Earl Barber, Mrs. Puryear, Ethel Bryant, Hattie Jenkins, Earnestine Everett, Bennle Smith, Barbara Foster, Rose Stephens, Carolyn Carter Emma Davis Isaac Walker, Ida Parham, AAercedes McArthur, Henry Griffin; Row 2: Mary Herbert, Elsie Chappell, Vivian Daniels, Donnie Gardner, Jenette Eubanks, Jacquelyr Reeves, Elaine Bradley, Sadye Belle, Eileen Bradley, Annie Spells, Shirley O ' Cain, Donald Hair; Row 3: Delores Pride, Felix Long, Thelma Vann, Annette Fennel!, Barbara Jones, Jenethel Sinclair, Gerald Carter, Fred Sullivan; Row 4: James Roberts, Cynthia Bain, Thomas Bush, Clenton Taylor, Nina Lawton, Lonnie Johnson, ' Gloria Nails, Cleveland Henry, Allan Jenkins, Herbert Jackson, Leonard Weaver. Spring Interns Lillie Brown, Carolyn Bell, Doris McGahee, Charles Bartlett, Dr. Barnhart looking at the Interns ' logs. President Puryear inspetts the logs alone with Sandra Allan and Joyce Baker. 102 The Men ' s Senate Donald Hair, President; George Brown, J. Carl Devine, John Rutland, Ronald De Hart, Paul Jones, Charmie Hill, Johnny Brown. The Women ' s Senate Jacquelyn Reddick, President; Janett Wright, Josephine McKnight, Earnes- tine Everett, Deborah Mosley, Bernice Bailey, Joann Williams, Sandra Allen 103 p iw ii mn i i i i i wii FMC Sunday School Judy J. Barnes, Charmie Hill, Leonard Weaver (Superintendant), Richard Pettiway, Carolyn Bell, Willie B. Brown, Gloria Mims, Leonard Fountain, Josephine AAcKnight, and Carolyn Carter, Teacher, and Sponsor, Rev. Mr. Frank Tucker, College Minister. NAACP The National Treasurer of NAACP, Alfred Bacon Lewis and his wife visited our campus in February. Mr. Lewis addressed the college family in an assembly program. James Sullivan, Presi- dent .of the FMC chapter of the NAACP, and the Rev. Mr. Tucker, faculty sponsor, stand with the Lewises. 104 The Newman Club Delores McNeil, Rev. Walter R. Hampshire, Jacquelyn Demery, and Nanrisa Hastings. The Lamp: FMC ' s Literary Magazine Rev. Walter R. Hampshire, Judy JeNette Barnes, Tom Diamond, and Calvin Bromfield. 105 Left-righf, Paul Jones, Hattie Burroughs, Myrtle Miller, Jacquelyn Reddick, John Rutland, Johnny Brown, Jonathan Williams, Marvin Wright, Jacquelyn Arinah and, Herbert Bell. Officers, left-right, Isaac Walker, Valarie Carlton, Kathrell Morrison, Montrea Cal- houn, John Coachman, Brenda Thomas, Elois Major and, Deborah Mosley. ■r- fl Baptist Student Union ' mam Left-right, Gladys Simmons, James Sullivan, JoAnn Williams, Luther Dean, Margaret Brov n, Benjamin Addison, Voncile Weatherlngton Johnny Brown, Loretta Spears, Charmie Hill, Carolyn Bell, Angelo Thomas, Delores Green. 106 Darlene Walker, George Brown, Carolyn Carter, Linda Brown, Henry Griffin, and Benny Smith Methodist Student Movement Mr. E. B. Elmore, Sponsor Carl DeVine, Delorls Johnson, Charles Harris, Josephine McKnighi, Janett Wright, Lula McGill, Gerald Carter, Barbara Foster m " 107 First Row, Left-to-R!ght: Mr. Price, Mary Lee, Montrae Calhoun, Cora Kittles, Valeria Carlton, Edna Burrough, Myrtle Miller, Hattie Burrough, Isaac Walker, Jenethel Sinclair, Emma Davis, Jacquelyn Arinah, Betty Hicks, Lydia Prince; Second Row: Doris McGahee, Shirley Johnson, Margaret Brown, ' Deloris Baker] Nina Lawton, Vera Jackson, Bennie Smith, Carolyn Carter, Joan Williams, Judy Barnes, Voncille Weatherington, Gladys Simmons, Deloris Green, Arnetta Durham; Third Row: Cleveland Henry, Prince Kelley, Angelo Thomas, Errol Archibold, Welton Jones, Tom Diamond, Robert Hemingway, James Robert ' s, Lonnie Johnson, Joseph Davis, Clenton Taylor, Marvin Wright, J. Carl Devine, James Sullivan. OFFICERS: Tom Diamond, President; Carolyn Carter, James Roberts, Doris McGhee, Isaac Walker, Clenton Taylor, Bennie Smith, Vera Jackson, Prince Kelley, Mary Lee, Nina Lawton. 108 The Florida Memorial College Choir Mr. John E. Price, Director The Choir leaves for Gainesville. The spring, summer and fall of 1965 were very eventful for the College Choir. For Easter Vespers the Choir performed in the St. Augustine band shelter and repeated the concert for eleven South American Ambassadors at the Ponce de Leon Hotel. A tour through Western Florida, and a morning service for the Danforth Foundation crowned the spring activities of the Choir. An invitation to sing for the World Baptist Alliance during the summer season afforded a trip to Miami, where two concerts were given, one independently and one in collaboration with a Miami chorus and orchestra in a performance of the contemporary work " What is Man? " . For the opening sessions of the National Baptist Convention in Jacksonville during September, the Choir performed two concerts. Christmas Vespers gave the opportunity to perform well-known works of the season as well as some new material. During January and February of 1966 the Choir traveled to Sanford,, Gainesville and Wildwood. March and April promised other tours to Western and Southern Florida 109 The FMC Chamber Band Mr. Price, Sandra Allen, Carl Williams, Harry Simmons, Charmie Hill, Bernard Brown, Willie Jones. John E. Price, Director Trombone: Bernard Brown French Horn: Charmie Hill Baritone: Harry Simmons Tuba: Carl Williams Trumpets: Prince Kelley, Starlin Martin Drum: Willie Jones Oboe: Carl Devine Clarinet: Sandra Allen Bl Ronald DeHart, Judy JeNette Barnes, Joseph Carl DeVine, Brenda Thomas, Deborah Mosley, Joyce V. Baker, John Phillips, Carolyn Carter, Lorette Spears, Irma Hill, Lillian Williams and, Allen Weaver. OFFICERS: John P. Phillips, president; Joyce V. Baker, Vice-president; Judy JeNette Barnes, Secretary; Elaine S. Bradley, Treasurer and, Ronald DeHart, Chaplain. The Collegiate Council for the United Nations . v; .-■-• ' • ■ , Dr. Eleanor Anderson, Sponsor. - v., f ihe monument for the dead tree. Ill IPilll The FM Players Rev. Walter R. Hampshire, Sponsor. Allan Weaver, President John Coach and Luther Dean in ' A Christmas Carol ' 12 The players are: John Beasley, Linda S. Brown, Luther Dean, Josephine McKnight, Judy JeNette Barnes, Thom- as Bush, Delores Johnson, JoAnn Williams, Cecil Ar- mond, Margaret Brown, Margaret Johnson, Allan Weaver, Bernice Bailey, Wilhemenia Gilliam, John Coachman, Joseph Carl DeVine and, Patricia Wynn. Not pictured: Harold Fenderson, Donald Hair and, Jacquelyn Johnson. The Varsity " F " Club I iy ... 4 W .] li .m John Dawson, Amos Wilkes, Joseph Carl Devine, Davis, Eddie Gibson, Johnny Brown, James George, Angelo Thomas, Norman Russell, and James Cook. Below; O ' Chester Fennell, and Freddy Butler. The Varsity " F " is composed of all male students who have received letters in athletics. Its major purposes are to stimulate interest in athletics and to raise the moral and scholastic standards of all connected with athletics at Florida Memorial College. 113 ■■ mmmm The Lion ' s Den The world ' s only imaginary newspaper! At the time we go to press the staff is still promising to bring out an issue! THE ARCH refuses to predict. Vera Bolden Jackson, Editor Dr. Barnhart, Sponsor Ronald DeHarf, Judy Barnes, Cecil Armand, Joyce Baker, Wilhelminia Gilliam, Carl Devine, Vera Jackson, Charmie Hill, Sadye Belle, Johnny Brown, Donnie Gardner mamfn 114 The Science Club Sponsored by Dr. Weiser. Some of the members came to have their pictures taken: Johnny Brown, Starlin Martin, Luther Lee, Donald Hair, Elaine Bradley, Wayne Brookins, and James Roberts. Missing are Montrae Calhoun, Paul Long, Prince Kelley, and Bennie Smith. Dean of Women Edna Nottage with two of her charges: Betty Whitty and Elaine Bradley Mrs. Avis Dean Mitchem, Assistant Librarian mmmmmmm 15 m ■ - " .is; ■ Judy JeNette Barnes, Rev. Walter R. Hampshire, Betty Lampkin and Willie Brown. Judy JeNette Barnes, Rev. Walter R. Hampshire, Carl Devine and Constance Henderson. The New Yorkers Clique lib Sigma Probates Fall Semes- ter: Charles Harris, James Sullivan, and Errol Archi- bold f » Two FAAC students had roles in Paul Greene ' s " outdoor drama " which he wrote for St. Augustine ' s Quadricentennial Celebration. Shown with other nnembers of 7 ie Qro%% and the Sword cast are Frankie Draughn Brown and Emma Davis. Professor Price at the grand piano playing his " Sonata " at the Spring Music Recital 17 IUMIIMIII)ll|IIIIBHIIIiy,llll|l.WllW|| Probates THE IVIES Helen Timmons, Arnetfa Durham, Nadine Wheary, Myrtle Cotton, Alfreda Rouse, Carolyn Hamilton, Patricia Grimsley and Judy Barnes. THE SPHINXES Allan Weaver, James Holmes, David Alexander, Jackie Jerida, Juanita ' . Xj Bowden, Starlin Martin, Donald Stewart, Randolph Hayward THE ARCHONIANS Loraine White, Barbara Shoalts, Ruth Simmons, Pearlie Dickens, Kalherell Morrison THE CRESCENTS Herman James, Paul Long, Gary Tolbert, Constance Henderson, Betty Brown, Francis Thomas, Harold Fenderson, and John Beasley Mr. John Price, Lonnie Johnson, Cleveland Henry, Herman White, James Sullivan, Elaine Bradley, Deborah Rich, Brenda Thomas, Mary Lee, Earnestine Everett, Barbara Foster, Luther Lee, James Roberts, Gerald Carter, Edward Blanden, Dr. B. H. Puryear ... THE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL. MISS AL KAPPA " V Miss Mary Louise Lee 120 Montrae Calhoun ladys Simmons Cynthia Bain Vivian Daniels Carolyn Carter Joyce Baker Norma Williarns Patricia Simpklns Carolyn Bell Elaine Bra ' I. adiey Isaac Walker Alpha Kappa Alpha Sandra Allen Maggie Blanden . % Dr. B. H. Puryear Sponsor Veronica Bain Beatrice Bullard Delta Eta Chapter Deborah Rich Jacquelyn Reeves Barbara Adams 121 mmmBmmmm MISS ZET PHI BET " 122 Brenda Thomas Janet Wright Elma Sullivan Earnestine Everett Zeta Phi Beta Sorority The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was founded on Howard University Campus, January 16, 1920. It was suggested to Arizona Clever by Charles S. Taylor, a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, that she establish a sister organization. This has become a national or- ganization of college women banded together under a common bond of friendship and cultural effort seeking to establish the true worth of womanhood through excellence in educational achievement, human service and citizenship. Iota Alpha Chapter BASILEUS: Earnestine Everett ANTI-BASILEUS: Irma Hill SECRETARY; Deborah Mosley ASSISTANT SECRETARY: AAary Thomas BUSINESS MANAGER: Jacqueline Redden REPORTER: Eileen Bradley DEAN OF PLEDGEES: Brenda Thomas CHAPLAIN: Mary Pray SPONSOR: Mrs. Grace Gardner Elois Major, Irma Hill, Jacquelyn Redden, Annette Fennell (left) Vivian Kearns, Eileen Bradley, Deborah Mosiey, Rose Stephens (below) mm ipniMNi MISS ALPMX PHI ALPM 124 Tom Diamond, Donald Hair, Lonnie Johnson, Donald Taylor, James George, Leonard Weaver, Felix Long, Cecil Armond, John Phillips, Ronald DeHart; John Harvey, Mr. John Price, Gerald Carter (kneeling) Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity President to President Brothers in Alpha Dr. Puryeai and Dr. Richard V. Moore of Bethune-Cookman Delta Psi Chapter OFFICERS: President: Gerald Carter Vice President: John Phillips Recording Secretary: Donald Hair Corresponding Secretary: John Harvey Treasurer: Lonnie Johnson Dean of Pledgees: Leonard Weaver Representative to SGA: Tom Diamond Sponsor: Mr. John Price Members: Edgar Washington, Melvin Presha Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity paved the way for Negro fraternities. The first of its nature, the fraternity was founded on December 4, 1906, at Cornell University. Throughout its history, Alpha Phi Alpha has maintained its high ideals and altruistic aims, through collective and individual efforts. Delta Psi Chapter was founded on April 24, 1954. The Charter Members were Arnold James, Joe Dean, Willie Fischer, Waymon Selmore, Milton Stewart, and James Day. mmi 125 MISS PH BETA 126 i f.-ft: „r James Sullivan, Fred Sullivan, Luther Lee, Henry Griffin, George Brown, Errol Archibold, Allen Jenkins, Charles Harris, Cleveland Henry : ai. i Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity " Brothers Honor Brothers " Mr. B. F. Timmons and Mr. C. Brown present Luther Lee and Cleveland Henry a plaque for the Palm Beach Classic Neophytes James Sullivan, Errol Archibold, and Charles Harris " on the line. " II l!j l 1 M ' 1 Beta Pi Chapter President: Luther Lee Vice President: Cleveland Henry Secretary: George Brown Treasurer: Henry Griffin Dean of Pledgees: Fred Sullivan Sponsor: Rev. Mr. Robert J. Lovett Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded January 9, 1914, by Langston Taylor, Leonard F. Moose, and Charles Brown at Howard University. Beta Pi Chapter was founded on FAAC ' s Campus in 1953 by Dr. Von D. AAizell of Fort Lauderdale. The Motto of Phi Beta Sigma is " Culture for Service and Service for Humanity. " mm 127 MISS OMECjA PSIPHI r Miss Annie Doris McGahee 128 Francis Mills, Clenton Taylor, James Roberts, James Patterson, Edward Blanden, Eddie Gibson, Prince Kelley, Russell Norman, Wayne Brookins, Herman White, Mr. James E. Lamar Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded on Novennber 17, 1911, at Howard University Founded on the cardinal principles of Manhood, Scholarship, Perserverance, and Uplift the fraternity tries to unite men of high caliber to inspire willingness to serve in the future and to increase individual competence. Kappa Gamma Chapter was chartered in 1954. Charles E. Bartleft Kappa Gamma Chapter OFFICERS Basileus: James Roberts Vice Basileus: Edward Blanden Keeper of Records and Seals: Clenton Taylor Keeper of Finance: James Patterson Dean of Pledgees: Herman White Chaplain: Francis Mills Student Council Representative: Edward Blanden Keeper of the Peace: Russell L. Norman Sponsor: James E. Lamar 129 Greek Neophytes Crescents James, Errol aid Charles stand ' Aith queen Pearlie and Sweetheart Voncille. " Most Worthy Greek Reeves, will you allow these slimy worms to speak to you " ? The Dogs of Omega are Clenton, Herman, and Ed- ward with Vera and Irma as Queen and Sweetheart. The Alphas had Tom, Donald, Lonnie, Cecil, Donald, and Leonard to pose with Queen Bennie and Sweetheart Agnes. Maggie, Deborah, Beatrice, Gladys, and Monlrae arc AKA all the w iy. 130 I II I %m , iV SPORTS y ■| ' i II CM Wr.. • -J ™™ Samuel Ollison hand the ball to Robert McKnight. Eddie Mitchell, Sylvester Singletary, and Stephen Scott. The FMC Lions Captain Fennell, Coach Martin, and Amos Wilks The First String: Terry Randall, Eddie Gibson, Sylvester Singletary, Willie Dawkins, Eddie Robinson 132 Front Row: O ' Chester Fennell, Robert Kemp, Samuel Ollison, Amos Wilks, Robert Mc- Knight, Coach Martin; Wayne Brookins (Manager), James Williamson, Eddie Mitchell, Stephen Scott, Xavier Leaphart, David McTate (Trainer); Terry Randall, Fred Butler (Ast. Manager), Eddie Robinson, Willie Dawkins, Sylvester Singletary, Eddie Gibson. Coach with Amos Wilks and Terry Randall Captain Fennell, Co-Captain Dawkins 133 t::! - Jonathan Williams clear the basket Altamease Evans, Charmie Hill, Herman James Herman, Geraldine Rolle, Ida Waters and others yell. Go, Lions, Go! 134 The Senior Class whoops it up at a game. 135 " T gi ' - Ta v ' ■■ ■ ■tt:- K ' P4? Freddy Butler, Johnny L. Brown, David Simmons, Norman Russell, Bernard Bradley, Charles Hale, Amos Wilkes, Wayne Brookins, Charmie Hill, Richard Wilson, David McTate, James Cook, and ' Danny Brown. The FMC Track Team Johnny Brown jumps. m Johnny L. Brown, left— Richard Wilson and James Cook running a relay, while students and teammates look on. 136 Who Has the Baton? Bernard Bradley, Johnny Brown, Charmie Hi! Waynes Brookins, Amos Wilkes, Dr. William Barnhart, Joyce Baker, David Simmons, Freddy Bufler, and Judy J. Barnes. On Your Mark! Team— Bernard Bradley, Waynes Brookins, Johnny Brown, Charmie Hill, David Simmons, Charles Hale, and David McTate. Viewers- Judy J. Barnes, Freddy Butler, Joyce V. Baker, James Cook, Richard Wilson, and Amos Wilkes. 137 Homecoming Queen, 1966 Nadine Wheary Second A ttendant Mrs. Eagleson and Joyce Baker read all about it in the newspaper. 138 .jgfe x The Arch ifc. IP ' ® ' " " " Johnny Brown, Elaine Bradley, Wayne Brookins, Dr. Barnhart, Sponsor, and Co- Editors Joyce Baker, Carl Devine, and Judy Barnes. TOM DIAMOND, Assistant CARL DEVINE, Co-Editor 142 for 1966 B ' I w By? VERA JACKSON JOYCE BAKER, Co-Editor ELAINE BRADLEY, Organizations CLEVELAND HENRY, Classes 143 " FLORIDA EMORIAL COLLEGE Or. T - . 4n
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