Florida Memorial College - Arch Yearbook (Miami, FL)
- Class of 1969
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fffl v ' .. WSsk mm W: , jW, ■£ : - .,, :! : - V ' ' . ' » i - ' r. ■ ■ ' . ' r» ' ' «i : . ' ji V " » jps ■ S- -»»0» X Mfaml,fla. 33054 ii II II rai THE ARCH 1969 FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE MIAMI, FLORIDA Vol. 15 with better f acil Now is the time to stop, to think an4 on our new campus to make Florida which to be proud. 9 S v u v DR. ROYAL W. PURYEAR at his desk in St. Augustine last year Dr. Puryear chatting with Sister Marie Grace, O.P., Treasurer of Barry College (center) and Sister M. Dorothy, O.P., President of Barry College (left). Dr. Puryear conferring with Dr. M. K. Curry, President of Bishop College in Dallas, Texas. WE DEDICATE THE ARCH 1 969 TO DR. ROYAL W. PURYEAR To Dr. Puryear, our college president, for his many years of devoted service to the college and to the community. Dr. Puryear has been president of this institution since 1951 and as such, he has seen and helped it to get where it is today. We sincerely hope that he will con- tinue to guide us along into what appears to be a very bright and promising future. Dr. Puryear speaking at the Dedication of our new campus. Mrs. Puryear, C. N. Puryear, the President ' s youngest brother and Dr. Puryear. ff!pw ' : UILDINGQ GROUNDS •. mm s - The New i j The Administration Building under attack by the " blanket brigade " ! ! «! hi HI 19 WW mnnni : 2! The Old Anderson Hall, St. Augustine The New The Old Scene in the Music Building at St. Augustine HM « ' 4 1 -W ?4 1 xV jiSj h, S[ J«L C afr sift ■ % ; The New g fi%v The Old A scene at the library in St. Augustine The New The Old A scene in the science building in St. Augustine r - V « X It The New pi , --■ The Old Heckscher Gymnatorium in St. Augustine 3m The New - The Old The Johnathan Sewell Library in St. Augustine Typical Scenes in Old St. Augustine The Sunday crowd at the Arch The " destroyers " on the chow line The very ' studious ' ones in the " Matchbox " shooting the ' rock ' 14 Typical Scenes in Miami Spann the cleaning man Registration time 15 Mor Qcenes in Miami Here ' s Mrs. Bachelor! . to sleep in and protest ! ! 16 The blanket brigade arrives ■ eSji ■ ■ ADMINISTRATION Vice President for Academic Affairs DR. JOHN L. WILSON 18 Vice President for Business and Financial Affairs DR. C. HERBERT LINDEWALL 19 ... w Mr. Kenneth J. Huenink Assistant to the President Mr. Rodger A. Hamilton Business Manager Mr. C. Dewey Batchlor Registrar 20 c loos; tut- I9M- ' 0090 Mooc •MM. •Moo MOOO( 08000 Oo« 0i oeoeoi O0ee Mr. L. Parker Director of Auxiliary Enterprises Mr. S. W. Baker Director of Alumni and Public Relations Mr. W. D. Tolbert Director of Financial Aid and Placement 21 Miss Lillie L. Jones Dean of Students Miss Martha Murray Dean of Women Mr. David B. Lee Dean of Men 22 Mrs. P. Read House Mothers Mrs. M. B. Evans Mrs. A. Cooper Mrs. C. Rice 23 Mrs. Mary L. Smith Coordinator of Testing mum - Mrs. Dorothy R. Baker Reading Laboratory L« UtV Mrs. Doris Carter College Counselor 24 Library Mrs. Maria H. Von Boross Miss Elaine Smith Mr. Leroy Thompson Head Librarian Miss Shirley Ann Jobe 25 Mr. Wesley R. Owens Buildings and Grounds Mrs. Dorothy Cummings College Nurse fcaef- Deans Murray, Jones, and Lee 26 FACULTY 27 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Dr. Sultan A. Tremazi Head, Department of Chemistry Dr. Ram Kishore Sharma Head, Department of Natural Science Mr. Bruce E. Sites — Biology Mr. James E. Lamar — Chemistry 28 MATHEMATIC9 DEPARTMENT Dr. A. O. Kumin Kumins Head of Department of Mathematics Mr. E. S. Kalin Scene of a construction site, brought about in part through the efforts of Mr. E. S. Kalin who acted as the coordinator for the college, contractors, architects, etc. For this, we are very grateful. 29 PHY9ICAL EDUCATION DEPT. Mr. Walter Fordham Head — Department of Physical " Education r 30 HI9T0RY AND 90CIAL 9CIENCE Mr. William Moore EDUCATION AND P9YCHOLOGY Mr. E. Harold Burroughs, Psychology and Education 32 HUMANITIES ENGLISH Mrs. Mary L. Beasley English Dr. William J. Barnhart Chairman Mr. Timothy C. Meyers English 33 Mrs. Betty J. Ferguson Speech Sister Thomas Catherine, O.P., Guest Lecturer in American Literature from Barry College 34 Mr. Gordon E. Ennis, Jr. English Mr. Wallace M. Beasley, English Mrs. Diane Hubberd English J Mrs. Ann M. Guest English Mrs. Elenore Pred English Mrs. Mary V. Yosgandes English 35 Dr. Lourdes J. Rodriguez Spanish Mrs. Maria Maracek French and German 36 MUGIC Dr. J. G. Poolos 37 Dr. D. Phillip Schneller Chairman of Urban Affairs 38 Sister Thomas Catherine and Dr. Irvin J. Weiss (Education) at Dedication A Dr. Ralph L. Sackett, Business Administration Dr. Karel Marecek, Economics and Business Administration, Chairman Miss Rose R. Helion Typing 39 ■ i WHO ' Q WHO g I Among 9tudenfs in American Colleges Miss Mamie L. Williams, Yjiglish III II s? 1 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 i Miss Nadine Wheary, English mil Mrs. Mary J. Wright, licJ fitil on Mr. James E. Boynton, Social Sc eiice 40 Mr. James L. Holmes, Social Science Miss Eronif Williams, English 41 WHO ' Q WHO Mr. Michael R. Ware, Biology (Not shown: Mr. Donald Stewart) mm -t 42 - - - FRESHMEN 43 Adams, Priscilla Miami Albury, Charles Nassau, Bahamas Albury, Garth Nassau, Bahamas Alexander, Clementine Miami Armbrister, Barbara Pompano Ballard, Phillip Tampa Banks, Ronald Palatka Batchelor, Linda T. Tampa Bethel, Tillman Nassau, Bahamas Bodie, Paul Nassau. Bahamas Borders, Gloria Marianna Bosfield, Jackie Nassau, Bahamas Bradley, Elliot J. Jacksonville Brazelton, Carr Tampa 44 Brinson, Willie Palmetto Brown, Edward Palmetto Brown, Georgiana Miami Brown, Jacquelyn L. Ft. Lauderdale Brown, Ruby Nassau, Bahamas Brown, William Pensacola Burch, Patricia Miami Burns, Mary Miami Callahan, Sharon Ft. Myers Campbell, Judy Miami Carson, James A. Pompano Clarke, Philip Nassau, Bahamas Clayton, Lovey Miami Cleare, Deborah Miami Cook, Betty M. Miami Cook, Charles Jacksonville Cowins, Jessie Miami Crane, Saundra Callahan Crew, Maria Pompano Culmer, Gregory Nassau, Bahamas Culpepper, Patricia Miami Culver, Charles Melbourne 46 Cunigan, Willie Live Oak Darling, Mavis Nassau, Bahamas Davis, Lavonia Dade City Davis, Susie Miami Dixon, Barbara Miami Doltie, Wyvonne D. Orlando Duncombe, Johnny Miami Eccles, James Pensacola Edwards, Jacquelyn 57. Petersburg Edwards, Joyce Green Cove Springs Edwards, Mildred Jacksonville Farrington, Charles Miami Ferguson, Betty Yitlee Ferguson, Ruth Miami Flowers, Bloneva Miami Floyd, Patricia Tampa Forbes, Alfred Nassau, Bahamas Forsett, Janice Bartow Foster, Edith Lakeland Francis, Linda Green Cove Springs Frazier, Mary Miami Gainous, Ferrell Orlando 48 ■s Gibbs, Deola Jacksonville Gibson, Wilbert Washington, D. C. Goram, Lewis Pensacola Granville, William Tampa Gray, Alfreda Ft. Myers Grayson, Edna Clewiston Green, Earnestine Bartow Hall, Linda West Palm Beach 49 Hamilton, Joyce Dade City Harrington, Robbie Lakeland Harris, Carolyn Jacksonville Harris, Edna Live Oak Hart, Herbert Ocala Harvey, Sarah Bradenton Hicks, Jannie Live Oak Hicks, Rosalyn Miami Holden, Jimmy Hudson, Willie Jackson, Rhonda Jackson, Zachary Jagoe, Deborah Jasper Brooksville St. Augustine Hastings Pompano James, Jerome St. Augustine 50 Jerido, Faye Lake Placid Johnson, Clifford Lakeland Johnson, Herman Brooksville Johnson, Maxine Bartow Jones, Alfred Miami Jones, Bobby Lakeland Kendrick, Cynthia Jacksonville Killens, Stewart Roosevelt, New York 51 Lundy, Malachi Lynch, Roseina McBride, Joyce McClain, Ruby Knight, Tance Panama City Lafayette, Rozelia Tampa Leonard, Sandra Bartow Lighbourne, Bruce Nassau, Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas Augusta, Georgia Pompano Pensacola McCloud, Johnnie Jacksonville McCoy, Charles Miami Mclver, Robert New York, New York McKinney, Andrea West Palm Beach McNair, Beverly Jacksonville Mandrell, Raymond Live Oak 52 Marshall, Byron Jacksonville Martin, Alice Hobe Sound Martin, Maebell Dade City Maxwell, June Jacksonville Moore, Smitha Brooksville Morice, Flora J. Melbourne Morton, Alice Bordentown, New Jersey Moxey, Myrtle E. Nassau, Bahamas | 53 Nairn, Eugene Nassau, Bahamas Nails, Sarah Lakeland Nesmith, Robert Miami North, Marcia Nassau, Bahamas Poiter, Philip Nassau, Bahamas Poole, James E. Jacksonville Pringle, Evelyn Fernandina Ramsey, Freddie Miami Ransom, Donald Pensacola Ritchie, Cyril Nassau, Bahamas Rivers, Brenda Miami Roberts, Cecil Stuart Roberts, Dorothy West Palm Beach Roberts, Malcolm Stuart ■P " - 54 Robinson, Harold Ft. Myers Robinson, Ida Miami Robinson, Michael Melbourne Rudolph, Winston Pensacola Russell, Marva Nassau, Bahamas Scott, Deborah H. Nassau, Bahamas Shine, Reche Arcadia Sims, Cynthia Avon Park Sims, Eldora Miami Singleton, Beverly St. Augustine Smith, Dora Miami Smith, Jeffery A. Nassau, Bahamas Smith, Solomon A. New York, New York Snell, Merlee L. Ft. Lauderdale Solomon, Curtis L. Miami Spencer, Elaine Miami Stephens, Julia A. Brooksville Sullivan, Mary Clermont Tanner, Barbara Miami Taylor, Bonnie Nassau, Bahamas Thomas, Curtis Live Oak Thompkins, Ernest Melbourne 56 Thompson, Philip Nassau, Bahamas Timpson, Venita Miami Timpson, Veronica Miami Ward, Carmen Miami Washington, Phyllis Hallandale Watson, Leonard Pensacola Webb, Joe Ocala White, Alyce Perry fm L A White, Dedra Orlando Wigfall, Elizabeth Miami Wilchcombe, Mary Nassau, Bahamas Williams, Annette Miami Williams, Katrine Miami Williams, Theodotia A. 57. Augustine Wilson, Lawrence Jacksonville Witherspoon, Dan Miami Woods, Betty J. Miami Wright, Carolyn Pompano Wright, Jane H. Brooksville Wright, Samuel Bartow Wrispus, Bernadette Dade City Wyatt, Nathaniel Jacksonville 58 Alphonso Wynn Quincy Shirley J. Young Miami Cynthia Zeigler Taw pa Sharon Miller Miami 59 60 QOPHOMOREQ Adams, Valerie Bradenton Adderley, Nadena Nassau, Bahamas Akins, Jacqueline Jacksonville Anderson, Glenn Jacksonville Babb, Stanley Nassau, Bahamas Baker, Janice Hastings Ball, Shirley A. Jacksonville Barnett, Thelma M. Nassau, Bahamas Bowleg, Hugh M. Nassau, Bahamas Bradley, Bettie Ft. Lauderdale Braxton, Beverley A. Ocala Brookins, Walter Atlanta, Georgia Callahan, Irene Ft. Myers Calloway, Henry Hastings 62 Charlton, Blanche Nassau, Bahamas Childs, James H. Pensacola Christie, Gregory Nassau, Bahamas Clark, Freddie M. Lakeland Clayton, Beverly Jacksonville Clemons, Rosemary Jacksonville Colby, Vincent L. Nassau, Bahamas Collie, Ednal S. Nassau, Bahamas Cooper, Merle Nassau, Bahamas Curry, Alexander Nassau. Bahamas Dames, Sandra Nassau, Bahamas Davis, M. Douglas Ft. Lauderdale Delaney, Alvin, Jr. Arcadia Derico, George Pompano Dorsett, James Nassau, Bahamas Duncan, Barbara A. West Hollywood Dunlap, Chalip Tampa Ensenowo, Okon Opobo, Nigeria Evans, W. Henry Femandina Fletcher, Barbara G. Brooksville Foster, Ruth Fustis Francis, Barbara Green Cove Springs 64 Freeman, Margaret A. Ft. Lauderdale Gainer, Allen Melbourne Gant, Addie G. Dade City Goodman, Marilyn H. Nassau, Bahamas Gordon, Valorie Orlando Grimes, Deborah Miami Hall, Endolyn 5 . Augustine Hall, Gwendolyn Tampa 65 Hall, Sarah Jacksonville Hamilton, Terrence New York, New York Hankerson, Rhonda Sanford Harris, Claudia Jacksonville Hawkins, Shirley Daytona Beach Henry, Shirley A.O. Ft. Myers Hill, Arthur J. Jacksonville Hill, Jerry Pensacola Hill, Norman Clermont Hill, Paulette Orlando Hines, Carolyn Green Cove Springs Holden, Tyrone Jasper Horton, Adrilla Nassau, Bahamas Howell, Cynthia Ft. Myers 66 Jackson, Bobbie A. Quincy Jackson, Curtis, Jr. Avon Park Jackson, Sandra Orlando James, Joan St. Augustine Johnson, Constance Jacksonville Johnson, Donese Stuart Johnson, John Nassau, Bahamas Johnson, Morris West Palm Beach Johnson, Sharon Jacksonville Jones, Amelia A. Miami Jones, Francena Bunnell Jones, Jacqueline St. Augustine Kemp, Garnell D. Nassau, Bahamas Keys, Bertha Madison Knowles, Edmund A. Nassau, Bahamas Lambert, Thelma E. Pensacola Lawrence, Regina A. Dunedin Lee, Glorious T. Ft. Pierce Louis, Ernest Ft. Lauderdale Lowery, Patricia A. Loyd, Jennie Naples McBride, Ferrell Jacksonville 68 McDonald, Thaddeus Nassau, Bahamas McGriff, Bernard Palatka Mason, Mellanese Yulee Morrison, Albert C. Miami Munnings, Freddie Nassau, Bahamas Paramore, Carl Haines City Patterson, Henry Lake Wales Poole, Victoria Jacksonville Rahming, Erma Nassau, Bahamas Rahming, Franklin Nassau, Bahamas Roberts, David L. Dade City Roberts, Merna I. Quincy Robinson, Leavy Williston Rogers, Jane Franklin, Virginia Rose, Jacob A.M. A. Newport, Alaska Rutland, Betty A. Winter Garden Sampson, Charles Ocala Sams, Eddie P. Miami Sandilands, Bertha Miami Sands, Julia Nassau, Bahamas Sears, Andrew Nassau, Bahamas Showers, Laura Bartow 70 Sims, Earl Avon Park Sims, Gloria J. Tampa Singleton, Barbara St. Augustine Smith, Beverly L. Jacksonville Smith, Lamar L. Ouincy Smith, Marcia Nassau, Bahamas Smith, Orpie L. McClenny Snow, William Ocala 71 Stewart, James Tampa Taylor, Jacqueline A. Orlando Taylor, John W., Jr. Melbourne Taylor, Joyce J. Green Cove Springs Thomas, Shirley K. Madison Thompson, Patricia E. Nassau, Bahamas Tucker, Cynthia L. Jacksonville Washington, Carol A. Atlantic Beach Weatherington, Walter O. Sarasota White, Samuel St. Augustine Whitehurst, Ronald E. St. Petersburg Whittaker, Laura R. Jacksonville Wiggins, Paulette M. Sarasota Wilchcombe, Kenrad S. Nassau, Bahamas 72 Beverly Williams O vie do Sylvia Williams Hastings Dr. M. T. Puryear (Man Power Consultant) visits the campus Rose M. Wright Callahan 73 1 IIIIUIillMHHfflMtlilllMilHfllUMf MMM(M MHilH t M«IUH 74 JUNIORS 75 ■ ' ■■ ' ■ ' . ' ■• ' . ' . ' . ' :ftm% Alexander, Barbara J. St. Augustine Allen, Betty Gainesville Anderson, Wanza Miami Baso, Carmen Miami Belton, Robert Palatka Benbow, James M. Haines City Bing, Ruby Jacksonville Black, Carolyn Pompano Blatch, Herman Hobe Sound Brown, Jackie Naylor, Georgia Brown, Willie J. Laivtey Burns, Alma J. Miami Bush, Willie P. Jacksonville Cason, Wallace C. McClenny 76 Chambers, DeWayne W. Washington, D. C. Chancey, Edith Lakeland Chapman, Estella C. West Hollywood Chi Ids, Barbara Pensacola Clayton, Barbara A. Jacksonville Cross, Barbara S. Miami Davis, Barbara J. Ft. Pierce Davis, George Port St. ]oe I f ) Jft m«!fe d ss 77 Drayton, Verdell R. St. Petersburg Eady, Rose M. Ft. Myers Gaiter, Clare M. Miami Gaskins, Rosa West Hollywood George, Charles W. Ft. Pierce Glasper, Ray S. Gainesville Grady, Richard C. Rochester, New York Hamm, Larry Miami Houston, Marie Sarasota Jackson, Bethany Miami Jefferson, Harold Sanderson Jenkins, Beneta Miami Jenkins, Marian Starke Johnson, Mattie M. Madison 78 Jones, James A. Jacksonville Kirkland, Jerome Palatka Lee, J. C. New York, New York Lyons, Shirley St. Augustine McCray, Gloria L. Yulee McCuIlough, Yvonne P. Palmetto Manning, Carolyn Y. St. Augustine Mingo, Beatrice D. Miami 79 Moore, Alvin McClenny Murphy, Shirley Ft. Myers Myers, Marcia Brunswick, Georgia Pate, Maria S. Orlando Paul, Francine Amity ville, New York Peoples, Ophelia B. Miami Range, Henry B. Lake Placid Robinson, Linda Miami Robinson, Shirley Lakeland Scott, Annie Leesburg Spann, Barney W. Sarasota Stephens, Rose St. Petersburg Stephenson, Joe Jeffersonville, Indiana Thomas, Michael Jacksonville 80 Thomas, Patranella Jacksonville Turner, Autley D. Jacksonville Upshaw, Bessie St. Augustine Watts, Anthony M. Miami White, Jacquelyn A. Tampa Wiley, Sarah A. Punta Gorda Williams, Flora Vero Beach Williams, Hattie Orlando .. Mary Louise Williams Belle Glade Sylvester Williams Hastings Violene Williams Deerfield Beach Christine Wright St. Au 9 it st hie 82 QENIORQ 83 John Acosta Benjamin F. Addison Jacqueline Arinah Betty Barnes Frances L. Baskin : G. Bell Jr. : L. Bell C »S f . .: ' . 84 Barbara Brennan Mary A. Brooks Bernard Brown Carol Brown Linda S. Brown 85 Thelma M. Calloway Frederick Carpenter Annie L. Chatman John L. Coachman Carolyn J. Cook Henry Wallace Danzy Theodora L. Dixon 86 Julia B. Edwards Willie R. Felder Barbara L. Fletcher Joan H. Floyd Michael E. Forrester 87 Betty Gibbs Geraldine A. Gibson Charles Green Delores Greene R. Hamilton : Hemingway 88 Evangelyne Hill James L. Holmes Glenda L. Jackson Rosa L. Jackson Lillie Preston James « 89 Lillie B. Johnson Raymond Johnson Paul W. Jones Ronald Kearse Paulette LaRoda Bernardo R. Levarity Evelyn V. McCloud 90 Deloris McNeil Willie L. Melvin Willie Mae Merthie Grady Moody Sherman T. Owens 91 Jewel Paige Lonnie T. Parker, III Charlie Mae Nelson Glenndena E. Perkins Carolyn Powell Wi : Mae Purcell ayward Randolph 92 Martha H. Richardson Phyllis Robinson Thomas Rolle Alfreda Rouse John C. Rutland V 93 Eva Mae Shipp Helen L. Smith Joyce Stephens Donald Stewart Carmen C. Thomas Edna B. Thomas Melva J. Thompson 94 Helen Timmons Lessie Tomblin Arthur Walker Florence L. Walker Retha M. Walker 1 ' •••IT . ■ 95 Michael Roy Ware Patricia A. Watson Allen P. Weaver Altoweise Whitfield Joanne E. Williams Mamie uease Williams Sandra Willis 96 . n ■ Sharyn L. Wilson Lula Mae Wise Betty L. Wright Mary J. Wright Thera Boatwright 97 Bernard Cooper Elizabeth Crum Jesse Davenport Thomas Francis ' » . » . ' . V ». " «% - V " - - ► Hr " ' 98 QUEENS QUEENS QUEENS - QUEENS QUEENS QUEENS QUEENS QUEENS QUEENS QUEENS QUEENS BETTY BARNE9 Miss F.M.C. 100 NADINE WHEARY Attendant to Miss F.M.C. 4K H BEATRICE WIGGIN9 Miss Homecoming and Miss Phi Beta 9igma 102 JACQUELINE JERIDO Miss Qenior 103 MARIAN JENKIN9 Miss Junior 104 LINDA LEWIS Miss Sophomore 105 joanne Mclaughlin Miss Freshman 106 CAROLYN HAMILTON Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 107 THERA BOATWRIGHT Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 108 i-: ' . JOYCE RICH Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 109 ANNIE CURRY Miss Qigma Gamma Rho 110 BETTY BROWN Miss Zefa Phi Beta ii LINDA ROBINSON Miss Omega Psi Phi 12 MARCIA 9MITH Miss Choir .:- " =£i o-. JANICE F0R8ETT Miss Psher Court JOANNE WILLIAM8 Miss Mekits 113 . ijip««ri xi DEOLA GIBB9 Miss C.V.A. ' -■ mmlt W GLORIA 8IM9 Miss Wheatley Court JACQUELINE ALDERMAN Miss 8.G.A. 14 •1 I FRANCINE PAUL Miss Pentecostal INEZ BOONE Miss Off Campus EVELYN DAVENPORT Miss Ministerial Alliance 115 16 GREEK9 AKA AOA KA 2rp 0B2 ZOB £2 0 6REEK9 Stepping on to Greekdom! « «■ mr ' % -«• 118 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL BACK ROW: Jesse Davenport, Alpha Phi Alpha; Bernardo Levarity, Kappa Alpha Psi; James Boynton, Omega Psi Phi; Paul Jones, Phi Beta Sigma; Raymond Johnson, Alpha Phi Alpha; Benjamin Addison, Phi Beta Sigma; Thomas Rolle, Omega Psi Phi. FRONT ROW: Eronif Williams, Zeta Phi Beta; Patricia Hunt, Zeta Phi Beta; Orpie Smith, Sigma Gamma Rho; Beverly Clayton, Sigma Gamma Rho; President Richard Grady, Kappa Alpha Psi; Marcia Myers, Alpha Kappa Alpha; Julia Edwards, Alpha Kappa Alpha; Dr. B. H. Puryear, Sponsor. 19 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA s FRONT ROW: Alfreda Rouse, Marcia Myers, Bethany Jackson, Helen Timmons, Melanie Zonicle, Joanne Thomas, Shirley K. Thomas, Naomi Saunders, Linda Lewis, Evelyn Gyden, Margaret Franklyn, Julie Sands, Rosalind Williams, Rose Eady, Thera Boatwright, Sandra Jackson. BACK ROW: Edna Thomas, Margaret Ann Brown, Paulette Wiggins, Paulette Hill, Barbara Richardson, Othello Brown, Theodora Dixon, Cynthia Tucker, Patricia Grimsley, Gloria McCray, Rose Smith, Betty Wright, Barbara Childs, Nadine Wheary, Jean Marshall, Evelyn Davenport, Carolyn Hamilton, Linda Robinson, Merle Cooper, Blanche Charlton, Iona Siplin. Delta Eta Chapter 120 Ai mmm x ' " , - ' , 9 jm t " L to R: Alvin Delaney Jr., Ernest Louis, Elmo Bingham II — Corresponding Sec, James A. Jones — Editor to Sphinx, Freddie R. Munnings, Johnny (Monster) Farmer — Sec. Treasurer, Andrew Sears — Time Keeper, John Price- Sponsor, David Smith— Dean of Pledges, Tames Owens, Gregory Christie— Asst. Sec, Earl Sims— Parliamentarian, Raymond Johnson— Dir. of Educational Affairs, Herman Blatch, Harrison E. Howard, Frank G. Johnson, Thera Boatwright — Sweetheart. ABSENT: Jesse Davenport — President, Donald Stewart — Vice President, Haywood Randolph, David Alexander, Thad- deus McDonald. ALPHA PHI ALPHA Delta Psi Chapter Fall Probates " The Eleven From Heaven " 122 J. Davenport with Advisors Mr. S. W. Baker and Dr. R. W. Puryear Jesse Davenport President Haywood Randolph 123 KAPPA ALPHA P9I Left to Right: BACK ARC: Arthur Hill, Strategus; Henry Danzy; Franklin Rahming, Asst. Keeper of Records; Jacob Rose, Asst. Dir. of Pledgeship; Ronald Kearse; W. M. Fordham, Sponsor; Bernardo Levarity, Dir. of Pledgeship. FRONT ARC: Jerome Kirkland, Vice Polemarch; J. C. Lee, Keeper of Records; David McTate; Paul Williams; Richard C. Grady, Pol e- march. CENTER ROW: Willie Melvin, Keeper of the Exchequer; Jonathan Williams, Founder of Epsilon Mu Chapter; Charles Green, Strategus. Epsilon Mu Chapter 124 SK Advisor: Mr. Walter Fordham " The Fantastic Four " Probata: " Big J, " " Pane bo, " " Fish, " " Pablo ' 125 r SORORS: Beverly Clayton, Annie Curry, and Orpie Smith A SIGMA GAMMA RHO 126 Gamma Xi Chapter FALL PROBATEQ Orpie Smith m The Dynamic Duo Beverly Ann Clayton 127 PHI BETA QIGMA Beta Pi Chapter Left to Samuels Gardner Right: Mr. Leroy Thompson — Sponsor, Lt. Billy Hall, Tyrone Holden — Asst. Dean of Pledges, Charles Dames, Leroy C. Jr., William Dean, Benjamin Addison — President, Charles Barrett — Vice President, Daniel Strachan, Leroy Clare, Jackie —Chaplain, Bernard Brown — Dean of Pledges. 128 w -- " IB— — U—HIUI " The Mod Squad ' A 1 Extravaganza Night 129 V. ' ' v ' . ZETA PHI BETA • ' . L to R STANDING: Carolyn Manning, Patronella Thomas — Treasurer, Marian Jenkins — Secretary, Beverley Williams, Jacqueline Jerido, Thelma Barnett, Sharon Lockhart, Garnell Kemp, Katie Jones, Marian Smith, Catherine Taylor, Linda Brown, Eronif Williams — Basileus, Adrilla Horton, Jacqueline Arinah. SEATED: Betty Brown, Barbara Brennan — Parliamentarian, Patricia Hunt — Dean of Pledges, Anita Richardson — Asst. Dean of Pledges, Jacqueline Alderman — Anti Basileus, Sharon Helper, Mary Anne Brooks. Iota Alpha Chapter 130 Miami, Ro. 33Q54 SBtfT Mtt ' Tip, Tip, Tip, to Zeta Land " ' Honey Hush " 131 OMEGA P9I PHI H w- W ™ a gf || ■ t f |f » I I ' L to R: Thomas Rolle— Basileus, Willie Richard, Willie Jones, James Boynton, William Lyons — Vice Basileus, C. D. Batchlor, Linda Robinson — Miss Omega Psi Phi, J. E. Lamar — Sponsor, Autley D. Turner — Keeper of Records, Richard Baker, Larry C. Laster — Parliamentarian, Robert Hemingway — Keeper of Finances, Council Clarkson. Delta Psi Chapter Probate Willie Richards 132 - i I 1 it • I • • « • II a ■ 4 ' Lifting up Omega " 133 Pink and Green on the move Getting in the groove •si. Soulful strut 134 A.K.M. B.9.U. C.V.A. ■m|t ;: : DUKE9 LAMP Ll.T. MEKIT9 9ENATE9 ' - ' » ' ■ " ■ i S CHOIR N.Y.C. THE9PIAN9 9.G.A. 9.N.E.A. ARCH T.F.9. P.9.M. IJ1 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ALPHA KAPPA MU HONOR SOCIETY Alpha Phi Chapter Since its founding in 1937 at Tennessee A I State University by Dr. G. W. Gore, Alpha Kappa Mu has become the largest and best recognized of the national honor societies for the Negro. Alpha Phi Chapter was founded May 18, 1954, by Mrs. B. H. Puryear. The chapter has helped foster the concepts of the society through its Tutorial Program and Hon- ors Day Program. 136 -t » a » u»u Dr. William J. Barnhart, Mrs. B. H. Puryear, Spon- sor, James Boynton, Helen Timmons, Nadine Wheary, James Holmes, Randolph Haywood, Professor John E. Price. In Mrs. Puryear ' s absence at NYU, Dr. Barnhart accompanied the entire student membership of the Chapter to the Spring 1968 annual convention of Alpha Kappa Mu at Morgan State College in Baltimore. R. W. Puryear President 137 " ? .™. " " " ,.,.. L to R: FRONT ROW: Rosa Jackson, Carolyn Hamilton, Alfreda Rouse, Helen Timmons, Lillie Johnson, Patricia Grimsley, Don- ald Stewart, Beatrice Wiggins, Linda Brown, Martha Richardson, Rosalind Williams, Retha Walker, Carrol Brown, Jacqueline Jerido. SECOND ROW: Deloris McNeal, Lillie Preston, Thelma Callaway, Sharyn Wilson, Joyce Stevens, Lois Chatman, Glendena Per- kins, Cora Kittles, Margie Young (hidden), Patricia Wynn, Mary Wright, Florence Walker, Barbara Fletcher. LAST ROW: James Holmes, Preston Allen, Herbert Bell, Hayward Randolph, Jacqueline Arinah, Bettey Brown, Edna Thomas, Elsie Cook (hidden), Betty Wright, Eva Shipp, Annie Curry, Bernard Brown. 138 James Dorsett and Sponsor Mr. Lee A New Organization on Campus Edmound Knowles and Sponsor Dr. Bittle THE DUKES 139 Lambda Iota Tau was established in 1953 at Michigan State University. There are 55 chapters in this country, Canada, and Japan, all of them devoted to " the recogni- tion and promotion of excellence in the study of literature. " The Letters 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 a gold torch of learning; in the lower por- tion a gold chain of fraternal unity; under the shield the motto. The official colors are purple and gold. Alpha Omega Chapter was installed on October 29, 1964, in St. Augustine with Dr. Barnhart as the Mod- erator. Sister Robert Louise, O.P., of Barry College and the Moderator of Psi Chapter, delivered the installation address. Dr. Barnhart with Nadine Wheary and Mamie Williams Jim Ballew with Margie Young Eronif Williams Ibrahim 140 Dr. W. J. Barnhart, Moderator, with Margie S. Young. LAMBDA IOTA TAU International Honor Qociety for Students of Literature Alpha Omega Chapter Mamie Williams at left and above with Nadine Wheary and Jim Ballew 141 ' wmmm STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION James Boynton — President m i Johnny Farmer — Vice President l nm Arthur J. Hill — Business Manager 142 f Freddie Munnings — Chaplait, Gloria McCray — Corresponding Sec. Jacqueline Alderman — Secretary Richard C. Grady — Treasurer Mb ..|2 « 143 Eronif Williams Ibrahim, Nadine Wheary, Richard Grady and Dr. Barnhart at the Tabula Rasa THE LAMP FMC ' S Literary Magazine The Lamp, in the absence of Mr. Hampshire, is under the editorial management of the Alpha Omega Chapter of Lambda Iota Tau. Jim Ballcw (chief editor) with Nadine Wheary and Mamie Williams. 144 Mr. William Moore — Sponsor THE LION ' Q DEN F.M.C. ' s Newspaper Shirley Robinson — Editor " Km k( L to R: Lawrence Freeman, Sandra Leonard, Judy Campbell, Theodotia Williams, Tillman Bethel, Malachi Lundy. 145 THEQPIANQ J± ' f " _ i $ w$ STANDING: Patricia Thompson, Laura Whittaker, Thelma Barnett, Glenn Anderson, Gloria McCray, Alexander Curry, Rosemary demons, Robert Belton, Michael Ware, Mrs. Mary Yosgandes — Sponsor, Walter Weatherington — Pres. SITTING: Hugh Bowleg, Jane Rogers. 146 0FF-CAMPU9 WOMEN ? ?o V L to R: Miss Shirley Jobe — Sponsor, Millicent Nixon, Lessie Tomblin — Chaplain, Beatrice Mingo, Inez Boone — Vice President, Verdell R. Drayton — Treasurer, Barbara Davis — Secretary, Edna D. Thompkins — President, Rosa M. Gaskins, Earline Dunnell, Priscilla Adams, Cloradene O ' Neal. 147 STANDING: Shirley K. Thomas, Valerie Adams, Rhonda Hankerson, Irene Callahan, Maebell Martin, Sharon Callahan, Mary Anne Brooks, Edna Harrison, Beatrice Wiggins, Evelyn Davenport, Lily Pete, Rose Eady, Bertha Keys. KNEELING: Charles Barrett, Jackie Gardner, Glenn Anderson, John Coachman — Pres. BAPTIQT QTUDENT UNION 148 PENTECOSTAL STUDENT MOVEMENT L to R: Patricia Culpepper, Bernard Brown, Emma Kelly, Marvin Brown, Margaret Brown, Henry Range, Rev. Mr. Robert Carter — Sponsor. MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE ■ • " L to R: John L. Coachman, Glenn Anderson, Allen P. Weaver Jr. — President, Dr. C. Truett Smith, Sponsor. 1 - it, , ■ ' ' . ' ■ ... ■ , ' .i ' ■; ' ■ ' aw w ' +JMri 149 The Sponsor, Mr. Leroy Thompson, at the rostrum SEATED, L to R: Michael Ware (President), Altoweis Whitfield (Treasurer), Charles Dames, Allen P. Weaver (Vice- President), Samuel White (SGA Representative), John Johnson (Secretary), Okon Ensenowo THE THURMAN F0REN9IC SOCIETY 150 ? ia L to R: Alice Morton, Henry Danzy (???), Jane Rogers, Stewart Killens, Robert Mclver, Francine Paul, Richard C. Grady, Mr. David Lee (Sponsor), Solomon Smith. FRONT: Michael Ware. THE NEW YORKERQ CLIQUE m The Sponsors Shirley Jobe and Elaine Smith (fifth and sixth from the left) with some of the " group " at the lagoon THE MEKITS 152 The founders of the Mekits pose on the hill L to R: Rhonda Hankerson Willie P. Bush Rose Stephens Joanne Williams June Douglas Alma Burns Shirley Robinson Yvonne McCullough Maria Pate Annie Scott Frances Baskin L to R: Evelyn McCIoud Lillie Pete Donese Johnson Betty Bradley Pat Culpepper Shirley Ball Jackie Brown Edith Chancey Carol Washington L to R: Phyllis Howard Janice Forsett Willie Mae Merthie Rose Bell Thelma Lambert Willie Mae Purcell Francena Jones Joyce McBride Francine Paul 153 F.M.C.9 SENATES Women ' s Some representatives of the Women ' s Senate with their President Miss Margaret Anne Brown at the far right. Men ' s Some representatives of the Men ' s Senate with Mr. David Lee, the Sponsor (4th from the left) and Bernardo Levarity (5th from the left), the President. 154 F.M.C. ' S CHOIR Mr. John Price the Choir Director with two of the officers Shirley Henry and John Taylor. BACK: Ray Glaspar, Richard C. Grady, Willie Kinsey, Stanley Babb, Alexander Curry. L to R: FRONT: Freddie Munnings, Rhonda Hankerson, Joanne Williams, Euodia Lee, John Taylor, Shirley Henry, Stewart Killens, Cynthia Kendrick, Lois Grenn, Robert Mclver, Pat Culpepper, Hettie Burroughs, Sarah Nails, Jackie Brown, Marcia Smith, Beverly McNair, Joyce Hamilton, Francine Paul. Rehearsal time in the amphitheater of the Music Building 155 to R: Robert Nesmith, Otis Did- ley (Vice-President), Johnny Williams Jr., Melvin J. Johnson Sr., Eddie Roberts (First Lt.), Merle Davis (President), Frank Colson III (Foreign Affairs Delegate). FRONT ROW: Elliott J. Bradley, Alvin Perry (Treasurer), Frank Colson, Deola Gibbs (Miss CVA), Robert L. Nesmith, William S. Rose (Secretary), Lovey T. Clayton (Business Manager). BACK ROW: Raymond L. Owens, Charles McCoy (Sgt.-at-Arms), Lynn A. Sheffield, Marve Prete, James O. Walker, Henry Patterson. COLLEGE VETERANS ASSOCIATION 156 SPORTS 157 BAQKETBALL TEAM REPRESENTATIVES OF THE TEAM: L to R: Leonard Allen, Solomon Smith, Joe Stephenson (captain), Aaron Ned, Lester Pendererass Warren Little William Wesley, W. M. Fordham (coach). ' CHEERLEADERS: Pearl Bush, Jacqueline Taylor, Sharon Miller. Joe Stephenson — Captain Council Clarkson — Co-Captain 158 Two for the " Sugar Bear " Lap " goes up for two more 159 FMC ' Q TRACK TEAM AS! r R to L: Charles Mason, Milton Swift, Wilbert Gibson, Vincent Colby, Norman Hill, Wayne Symonette, Charles Albury. KNEELING: Elliott J. Bradley, Hugh Bowleg, Frank ' Poncho " Rahming. SPRINT MEDLEY TEAM: Milton Swift, Wilbet Gibson, Lovey Clayton, Frank ' Poncho ' Rahming. 160 The Track Team in action. Joe Stephenson — Star Hurdler RELAY TEAM, left to right, Hugh Bowleg, Charles Mason, Wayne Symonette, Norman Hill. 161 THE FENCING TEAM Dr. Andrew Von Boross, Director of the Fencing Team and member of the Physi- cal Education Department. R to L: Jerome James, Alphonso Wynn, Larry Greenberg, Phillip Ballard, Byron Marshall, Will Granville, Pat Thompson, Christine Wright, Dr. Von Boross. L to R: Christine Wright, Phillip Ballard, Will Granville, Byron Marshall, Alphonso Wynn, Jerome James, Larry Greenberg, Pat Thompson, Jacqueline Taylor. 162 Captain Ed Brown in action ! THE KARATE CLUB L to R: Charles Culver, Johnny Duncombe, Edward Brown, Donald Ransom. M i JMf L to R: Charles Culver, Johnny Duncombe, Captain Edward Brown, Donald Ransom — all poised for action ! 163 The Squad in action at a basketball game. FMC ' Q CHEER- LEADERS .--.■ L to R: Pearl Bush, Edith Foster, Ida Robinson, Sharon Miller, Debra Cleare, Dedra White, Jacqueline Taylor, Captain, Betty Cook. 164 II i i 1 °M zj jt 165 Michaer R. Ware, Editor-in-Chief THE ARCH 1969 MICHAEL R. WARE Editor Mike chats with Richard Grady, Mrs. Marecek and Bernardo Lerarity. 166 DR. WILLIAM J. BARNHART Advisor to The Arch 167 Hugh Bowleg Assistant to Editor-in-Chief Arthur J. Hill Layout Editor Glenda Jackson Assistant 168 Francine Paul Organizations Editor Edmund Knowles Asst. Photographer Jacob Rose Assistant Andrew Sears Assistant I ' James Ballew Photographer Paulette Laroda Class Editor Richard C. Grady Assistant to Editor-in-Chief 169 Mr. Walter Fordham leads the Academic Procession. DEDICATION On November 29, 1968, our new campus here in Miami was formally dedicated. Here are some scenes . . . The Academic Procession (left). Lower left, The Rev. Dr. Edward T. Graham, Chairman of Florida Memorial College ' s Board of Trustees. Lower right, Dr. R. W. Puryear on his way to the Convocation in the gymnasium. PSSiFIIII 1 . M LEFT: Dr. Paul Geren, President of Stetson Univer- sity, watches as Miss Eartha White, the oldest living graduate of FMC, is greeted by Mrs. Mazie Alexander of the Board of Directors of FMC ' s Alumni Organization. BELOW: Dr. and Mrs. Puryear chat with Chuck Hall, the Metro-Mayor of Dade County. v- A. £- ' i «a Crowd watchiny the festivities. Mr. Harold Dunsky, Dr. Graham and a visi- tor. Chuck Hall, a visitor, Dr. Puryear and Dr. Wilson confer. 172 175 David Alexander Richard Baker _ ames Boynron Margaret Ann Brown Lydia Prince 9ENIOR DIRECTORY 177 9ENI0R DIRECTORY Legend E. E. =Elementary Education W. S.=Women ' s Senate M. S.=Men ' s Senate B. S. U.=Baptist Student Union S. S. =Social Science Bus. Ed.=Business Education ACOSTA, JOHN Miami Bus. Ed. ADDISON, BENJAMIN F. Jacksonville S. S. Phi Beta Sigma— Pres., Pres.— Senior Class, YMCA, BSU, NEA, MS ALEXANDER, DAVID LEE Monticello English Pres. of Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Class, Pres. — Alpha Phi Alpha Frat., NEA, NAACP ARINAH, JACQUELINE Miami E. E. NEA, BSU, SGA, WS, College Choir, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority BARNES, BETTY Miami E. E. SGA, Zeta Phi Beta, NEA, Miss Phi Beta Sigma, Miss Zeta Phi Beta, Miss Sophomore, Miss FMC BASKIN, F RANCES L. Green Cove Springs Bus. Ed. Mekits BELL, HERBERT G., JR. Pompano E. E. , NEA, BSU, YMCA, SGA, Track Team, Library Club BELL, ROSE L. Monticello 5. 5. Mekits, Newspaper, NEA, BSU BRENNA, BARBARA Miami E. E. Zeta Phi Beta, Choir, Library Club, NEA, WS, BSU, YWCA BROOKS, MARY ANN Panama City 5. 5. NEA, BSU, WS, YWCA, SGA, Zeta Phi Beta ' BROWN, BERNARD San ford 5. 5. NEA, FEA, MS, YMCA, SGA, Pentecostal, Track Team, Choir, Band, Phi Beta Sigma BROWN, CAROL St. Augustine E. E. NEA, WS, Newman Club, Dance Group BROWN, LINDA S. Arcadia SGA, WS, MSM, NEA, Choir, Zeta Phi Beta BROWN, MARGARET ANN Tampa Economics Alpha Kappa Alpha, WS Pres., Bacon Court Pres., Choir, SGA, Pentecostal CALLOWAY, THELMA M. Hastings E.E. NEA, WS, MSM, Library Club CARPENTER, FREDDIE Montego Bay, Jamaica 5.5. NEA, CCUN, MS, Library Club 178 CHATMAN, ANNIE Melbourne E E NEA, BSU, WS, Library Club CRUM, ELIZABETH Starke S .S. SGA, WS, BSU, NEA, FEA, Library Club, Yearbook Staff COACHMAN, JOHN L. Port St. Joe Religion BSU, Ministerial Alliance, YMCA COOK, CAROLYN Orlando £.£. DANZY, HENRY WALLACE Lautey E.E. Kappa Alpha Psi, BSU, NEA, EEA, SGA, NAACP, MS, YMCA, Varsity F, Basketball Team, Track Team DAVENPORT, JESSE Tampa 5.5. Alpha Phi Alpha— Pres., MS, NAACP, YMCA, Pan-Hellenic, SGA DIXON, THEODORA L. Titusville English Alpha Kappa Alpha, MSM, WS, NEA EDWARDS, JULIA B. Arcadia E . E . Alpha Kappa Alpha, Who ' s Who, Choir, BSM FELDER, WILLIE R. Palatka E.E. MSM, NEA FLETCHER, BARBARA L. St. Augustine S.S. NEA, FEA, WS, FMC Players, Newman Club FLOYD, JOAN H. Miami E.E. Senior Class Sec, NEA FORRESTER, MICHAEL E. Orlando 5.5. BSU, MS, Lifeguard, Basketball Trainer FRANCIS, THOMPSON Mulberry S.S. NEA, YMCA, NAACP, SGA, MSM GIBBS, BETTY Ft. Lauderdale E.E. WS, Choir, YWCA, NEA, SGA GIBSON, GERALDINE A. Washington, D.C. Bus. Ed. Drama Club, Modern Dance Club GREENE, CHARLES Belle Glade 5.5. Kappa Alpha Psi, MS GREENE, DELORES St. Augustine Economics Cheerleader, Choir, Band, BSU, Pentecostal, Modern Dance GRIMSLEY, PATRICIA ANN Bradenton English Alpha Kappa Alpha, BSU, YWCA, NAACP, NEA, Yearbook, Lions Den, Pan-Hellenic HAMILTON, CAROLYN Bradenton E.E. Alpha Kappa Alpha, NEA, WS, BSU, SGA, NAACP, Miss AKA, Dance Group HEMINGWAY, ROBERT Orlando Biology Omega Psi Phi, MS, SGA, Science Club 179 HILL, EVANGELYNE Bradenton S.S. BSU, WS, NEA HOLMES, JAMES Pahokee S.S. AKMu, MS, SGA, Pentecostal, CCUN, NEA JACKSON, ROSA Thomasville, Ga. E.E. NEA, MSU, YWCA JAMES, LILLIE PRESTON St. Augustine E.E. NEA, BSU, SGA, WS, Choir, Dance Group JOHNSON, LILLIE B. St. Augustine E.E. NEA, WS, MSM, Library Club JOHNSON, RAYMOND Sarasota S.S. Alpha Phi Alpha Treas., Senior Class, NEA JONES, PAUL W. Clewiston S.S. Phi Beta Sigma, Track Team, MS, YMCA, NEA KEARSE, RONALD St. Augustine E.E. Kappa Alpha Psi, NEA, MS, FEA, Varsity F LaRODA, PAULETTE Miami E.E. Cheerleader, Yearbook, Modern Dance, Drama Club, WS, NEA LEVARITY, BERNARDO R. Nassau, Bahamas Economics Kappa Alpha Psi— DP, MS— Pres., Choir, Track Team, NEA, Pan Hellenic Council, AAHPER, Dorm Counselor McCLOUD, EVELYN V. Gainesville E.E. Mekits, NEA, BSU McNElL, DELORIS St. Augustine Biology Choir, NEA, Newman Club, WS, Science Club MELVIN, WILLIE L., Ill Mt. Pleasant, S. Carolina S.S. Kappa Alpha Psi— KR, Pan Hellenic Council MERTHIE, WILLIE MAE Clearwater E.E. Mekits, Choir, BSU MOODY, GRADY Clewiston SS - MS, BSU, NEA OWENS, SHERMAN T. Jacksonville SS - MS NELSON, CHARLIE MAE Milton EE - MSM, NEA, WS PAIGE, JEWEL Sanderson SS ' PARKER, LONNIE T., Ill Amherst, Mass. SS - MS, Newspaper, Drama Club PERKINS, GLENNDENA E. St. Augustine EE - NEA, EMC Players, BSU, WS, SGA POWELL, CAROLYN Quincy NEA, MSM, WS, SGA, Library Club, NAACP 180 PURCELL, WILLIE MAE Clearwater E.E. Mekits, Choir, BSU RANDOLPH, HALWARD Lawtey S.S. AKMu, Alpha Phi Alpha, MS, YMCA, Who ' s Who, NAACP, Library Club, FEA RICHARDSON, MARTHA H. Jacksonville E.E. NEA, BSU, WS ROBINSON, PHYLLIS Jacksonville E.E. NEA, WS, MSM ROLLE, THOMAS West Palm Beach S.S. SGA, CCUN, Omega Psi Phi, Pre-Alumni Council ROUSE, ALFREDA New Smyrna Beach E.E. Alpha Kappa Alpha, Library Club, NEA, WS, SGA, NAACP, BSU RUTLAND, JOHN C. Melbourne Biolog) Choir, Track Team, Science Club, MS, SGA SHIPP, EVA MAE St. Augustine S.S. NEA, WS SMITH, HELEN Hastings S.S. NEA, MSM STEPHENS, JOYCE Jacksonville E.E. NEA, BSU, SGA, WS STEWART, DONALD Callahan History Library Club, Who ' s Who, Alpha Phi Alpha, NAACP, FEA NEA YMCA, MS, AKMu THOMAS, CARMEN Miami S.S. Off-Campus Council THOMAS, EDNA St. Augustine E.E. Alpha Kappa Alpha, NEA, WS THOMPSON, MELVA J. St. Augustine S.S. TIMMONS, HELEN Hillard E.E. Alpha Kappa Alpha, NEA, WS, AKMu TOMBLIN, LESSLIE Hastings E.E. BSM, WS, NEA, Science Club WALKER, ARTHUR Quincy S.S. NEA, MS WALKER, FLORENCE St. Auqustine E.E. -£ NEA, WS, YWCA WALKER, RETHA St. Augustine E.E. Zeta Phi Beta, NEA, BSU, WS, YWCA WARE, MICHAEL ROY Newark, N.J. Biology Yearbook Editor, Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, Thurman Forensic Society, Science Club, YMCA, MS, New Yorker ' s Clique 181 WATSON, PATRICIA A. NEA, BSU Avon Park WEAVER, ALLEN Orlando Ministerial Alliance, BSU, Debating Soc. WHITFIELD, ALTOWEISE Arcadia Alpha Kappa Alpha, Choir, WS, Debating Soc. WILLIAMS, JOANNE E. Lake Wales Choir, YWCA, WS, BSU, Mekits WILLIAMS, MAMIE LUEASE Pompano Beach NEA, Pentecostal, WS, Lambda Iota Tau, Who ' s Who WILLIS, SANDRA Orlando Zeta Phi Beta, MSM, WS WILSON, SHARYN St. Augustine WS, NEA, YWCA WISE, LULA MAE St. Augustine WRIGHT, BETTYE St. Augustine Alpha Kappa Alpha, NEA, BSU, WS, YWCA, Dance Group WRIGHT, MARY Miami NEA, WS, Newman Club JERIDO, JACQUELINE Lake Placid Zeta Phi Beta, Miss Senior E.E. Religion E.E. Bus. Ad. English Economics El em. Ed. Bus. Ad. E.E. E.E. E.E. Fall Interns in class Mrs. B. H Puryear, Director of Interns 182 183 ' t " k ■ x libra™ f?«CHwei ! ii 1 II amn ■ " Mil! liHm 11111, i— V «Ji ' i
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