Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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, »v s ' Vl ! ' ' -i i % « » % % % % I % i % ♦ % i « INTERLACHEN n 60 1962 INTERLACHEN ORGANIZATIONS . STAFF CAROLINE SELDEN SANDI VODVARKA JOAN TYLER JANET ROBERTS CHRIS RANEY CORNING F. TOLLE BETTY TOY PAUL WILLE HARRELL BROOKS HAL WATERS Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Associate Editor Business Manager Business Assistant Business Adviser Editorial Assistant College Photographer Cover Design Editorial Adviser FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE • LAKELAND, FLORIDA TABLE OF CONTENTS ' % ' % % % ' % • LITARY 161 ATHLETICS . 173 1 ADMINISTRATION .... 193 CLASSES 209 Campus America is faced with a crisis. The heart of the trouble Hes not in a divided city, a desolate wasteland, a native uprising. The problem, and the answer to this problem, will be found in America ' s educational institutions. The present generation will determine the scope; our generation will determine the outcome. We dedicate the 1962 Interlachen to the fulfillment of the American Dream. Ordway Arts Vista. View of the Panhellenic Building on Lake Hollingsworth. Interior patio of the Panhellenic Building. 1 1 »r I ■k V The newly renovated Harvard Hall and our beautiful Panhellenic Building provide the residences which we as stu- dents deem our home away from home. Life is a mixture of knowledge and ac- tivity. Activity begins here. Here we become a fulfilled individual. Here we live in harmony with our fellow stu- dents and bring forth our social side. Looking out from a Harvard Hall Balcony. r Remodeled Harvard Hall. -4 L. ' ' - !riii.:ii:En!su;i(i:iii iii.i! ' nii«ii;iiiii l«MM»« limB V-rM ' vri« ::::i Within our Chapels, we realize the existence of a being greater than man. It is here that we come to seek life ' s purpose. Here we know that every sight we see attests the living presence of our God. Here we put aside our mundane worries in search of divine guidance. It is here that we ARE. William H. Danforth Chapel. Interior of the Danforth Chapel. An Interior view of the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. The Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. The Hindu Temple in the Garden. Left to Right: Casual meetings are enjoyed in the Garden of Meditation. Brahma bull imported from India. The Temple with the reflection pool in the foreground. Indian elephant posted at Garden entrance. Hmnei % « i ' » ' i ■ % ' k . •; ' [i_i Fiji _ " W- |pi|-- -- -- - ' ■ " r - -f " A »™ " " |L- ' . ' " " " Sk- " - feP H PIlr Looking out from the Hindu Temple into the Garden of Meditation. Individual thought makes individual greatness. The Garden of Meditation is the student ' s refuge from the rigors of a hectic schedule. Here we pause to think, and as we think, so we are. The Polk County Science Building. In our science building we seek the an- swers to nature ' s problems. If we fail here, we fail not ourselves, but our coun- try. The scientific student is America ' s asset. The luxuries we enjoy are the prod- ucts of countless hours of research by scientific individuals. Here we prepare for the future. Here we ask WHY — and the answers are found. Left to Right: The Observatory at the south end of Polk Science. View of the planter boxes on the second floor of Polk Science. The northwest section showing the covered walkway and built-in planter boxes. The extended walkway on the northwest side of the science building. , % % % A backward glimpse reveals our for- ward progress. Over the years this campus has been threatened with many seemingly insurmountable problems, only to rise again, stronger and wiser. The history here determined the present; your presence here determines your fu- ture; the future here determines the value of your diploma. (Clockwise) Entrance to Allan Spicey. En- trance to the new Rustic Room in Joseph- Reynolds. Entrance to the newly remodeled Harvard Hall. View of Joseph-Reynolds Hall. Stairway in Joseph-Reynolds. % % % 4 - %• % 1 •♦•♦-- - - The newly added Rustic Room in Joseph-Reynolds Hall. Within our distinctive buildings, the search for Truth goes on. It is an end- less quest, with each new class realizing the vastness of its proportions. The E. T. Roux Library has become the center for our endeavors. The volumes of books are a perpetual testament to the intellectual searchings of man. No greater monument exists. Student in the depths of the Library. Esplanade vista between Library and Administratic Building. (Clockwise) Unusual architectural design of the Admin- istration Building. Frank Lloyd Wright Memorial by the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. Aluminum columns at the Science Building. •.t i i ■ m t Our West Campus, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, has earned Florida Southern the title of the " first truly American Campus. " We are indeed for- tunate to be studying within the works of America ' s architectural genius. The reflection pool in the patio of the Administration Building. Looking across the J. Edgar Wall Waterdome, the Watson Administration Building. Esplanades give protection and beauty. As we gaze off into space . . . At Florida Southern and America ' s other institutions, the New Frontier is a challenge to each of us. The knowl- edge we gain is the measure of our future. It is only by the accumulation of mass knowledge that our country can survive in a world of ignorance. The realization that what has taken man millions of years to evolve can be destroyed in a day is stimulant enough to strive for personal greatness. And personal greatness begins here. 20 FEATURES .« " »% ' %% ' %.« A ,%i ■. M ' L t M ■ • W 1 11 ' ' ' ff : 4 M i! T " • I Tt ' ' V ' - FEATURES r « % % % ' ' % ' % ' % ' % 4-fti The feature of any College is the student and his infinite need . . . Expression 25 The candid subject is the real subject; the student off-guard is a personality cap- tured. At our leisure, at play, in contacts with our fellow men, we express our feel- ings with our faces. We rest, we play, and in our relaxation we reveal ourselves as we are. This section is devoted to the student, as he is; a personality. ' How much did you say AT T stocks fell? " The Thinker, 1962 26 • % % % Students on the sidelines view the performance of others. " Come on you guys, stop laughing and tell me her name. " •ften times a crowd, with its lingled personalities, assumes an ientity of its own. But every ;o vd has an essential ingredient; idividuals. New students are shown taking entrance examinations. The most important aspect of any college is the academic progression of the student. Our perpetuation of knowledge means a better world for all of us. To a great extent, our nation depends upon its institutions as educators. And if we fail in our duties, we fail not only ourselves, but our fellow men. If we succeed, success is its own reward. No institution is any greater than the products it pro- duces. In this section, we look at the student at study, an academic individual. 28 ) % %■%%■%% A. 4, ' ' • i » ' » .« v».ft. there I was cadets, lost in the jungles of . . . " " It ' s not that I don ' t KNOW my father ' s name, I just can ' t remember it now. ' " Putting out a college newspaper is difficult work. Vagabond productions draw residents as well as students. Without the creative genius of the artist, man would still be a primitive species. The combination of art and science has brought man forward in his search of life ' s mysteries and pleasures. We, as students, feel the need for accomplishment, and our artistic efforts produce this fulfillment. Organ lessons in Annie Pfeiffer Chapel. Adding those finishing touches. % % ♦ « » • »• The ability to make objects of beauty im- mortal by artistic repro- duction has inspired artists since cave man ' s early endeavors. Woodwork proves interesting. Skill in handling ceramics. Students find a necessity to express themselves spiritually and feel a need to search for a meaning of life in something larger than man himself. It is here in our churches that an answer is sought. Lakeland features 105 churches of all denominations, while our campus has the Frank Lloyd Wright- designed Danforth and Annie Pfeiffer Chapels. At our Metho- dist-related institution religion plays an important role in shaping student destinies. A rarely viewed spot in the Danforth Chapel. Students research religion with recent books. A.i ' Many students possess local preacher ' s licenses. College and community unite in worship at the beaut First Methodist Church, one of Lakeland ' s ' - %l College and community unite in worship at the beautiful First Methodist Church. 33 ' How about that, we u uii. ' Man is endowed with one body and one min d. Each must receive attention for the proper function of the whole being. Here at college the varied athletic program affords students the opportunity of body development. A well-de eloped student is one mentally and physically alert. Intramural athletics develop muscles. Poolside enjoyment. 34 »- % ' «%• ■%■• Water skiing is a year-round sport enjoyed on the sparicling waters of Lake Hollingsworth. 35 • ♦ ♦ Campus leaders frequently address the student body. Men by nature seek their fellow men for social companionship. Some will arise as leaders, others will follow them. They will organize into groups and work for that group. Here we find the inherent emotion of man, his love for others. With this in mind, we take a look at the social side of our student life. Democracy guarantees us the right to vot( 36 » « % T. B. Committee members discuss progress of the drive. Organizing the society for the Advancement of Management. -»•♦ Students above are doing the Twist, nationwide dance craze. 38 The student is at his most relaxed when socializing with others at the many parties held throughout college life. Dancing and conversation bring together couples who eventually marry. One thing ' s for sure; we all love a party. " . . so my group brushed with . . , say, that ' s my foot you ' re on. " But I only have eyes for you. Typical freshman situation: boys ' eyes on girls, girls ' eyes on door. 39 Special Christmas features included the freshman dance held in Joseph- Rejiiolds ' new Rustic Room. Many " teas " were held to celebrate the holiday season. The holiday season brings a special warmth of emotion to students as thoughts of home and friends left behind create an atmosphere unequalled throughout the year. Dances, parties and the exchanging of presents heighten the Christmas spirit. Then, when vacation finally arrives, we spend two unforgettable weeks— HOME. )■ % ' %-%-%- Gayly costumed trumpeteer awaits selection of Aliss Southern. SPRING FESTIVITIES Beauties, Floats, Parades Highlight Founders ' Week (Top to Bottom:) President Thrift, Bishop Henley and Dr. John Gross look over the schedule for Founders ' Week. Theta Chi display on Greek drama won second place in the Greek Week contest. Popular targets. Smiling queen of Southern ' s beauties, Bessie Brown, and escort Steve Cochran enjoy the Coronation Dance. 42 avM«H«Hii«isaiiiMaia«-M ' t % ' .% %-4 4 ' % ' 4 SPRING FESTIVITIES Student takes aim with pie at Founders ' Week Carnival. Miss Universe, surprise campus visitor, being pinned by Robert Bowden. Same old food every night. I want Gravy Train. » - V • • ♦ ♦ •♦■♦■: •- - THE GREEKS REIGN SUPREME SPRING FESTIVITIES Clockwise: Well trained dogs performed many trick:: Sentry dog doing an about face for his master. Dog from MacDill AFB demonstrate on campus the value of being used on guard durv-. Sigma Chi ' s put final touches on their Trojan horse, first place winner in dis- play competition. Blaine Ballant ne and Barbara Hamm are crowned Greek God and Goddess. t lftiafWtfnttVSMKSlSVaTQiMiSHASnSISBIH •♦%•». Sam M. Fleming receives the gold medallion of the Honorary Chancellor. Alpha Chi Omega ' s first place entry in Greek Week display contest. EK RTUR ' •»W ' iJfi«i:i ' ii -, ' i • f t ♦ • Vi . - : fv W ' t;- i , p R : rt5Ti f M ' " ' m Smashing a car — one of carnival " releases. " Alpha Gam zeroes in with water-filled balloon. SPRING FESTIVITIES Zany Stunts, Greek Sing, Fun In General Herald The Spring Zeta Tau Alpha, first place winner of Greek Sing, presented trophy by Gil Mitchell. V V w i j ' : ' -HF- f -ll- Kf Fl 46 ♦ % • » % « « » % How can they wear this stuff? Pi Kappa Phi receives trophy as fraternity winner in Greek Sing. Scene from Vagabond ' s production of " The Pajama Game. " SPRING FESTIVITIES Popular Greek Week Field Day event had males dress as girls. " Say man, did you say Bo Diddley ' s playing? " Senator Scott Kelly is shown with student leaders of Greek Week. • ♦%•••%•( BEAUTIES 49 ■Jr - r-r- im: i ■ » • H V v.- Hl P m - .i ■ Hi • V ., ' . : i ' •: v - ' M ' S lii ' t-: ' ' }rkv:l M ■ • •♦ ♦♦•♦♦.♦♦. - - - . A .1 i» ■SE MISS INTERLACHE AI Capp AI Capp, famous creator of L ' il Abner, Daisy Mae, and his other unforgettable characters, served as judge of the Miss Interlachen contest of 1962. The staff of the Interlachen is grateful to Mr. Capp for again taking on this difficult assignment. Beside being one of the most famous cartoonists of our time, Mr. Capp is recognized for his interest and assistance in civil and civic affairs. He has served on President Eisen bower ' s People to People Program, and wa; national volunteer chairman of the Sister Eliz abeth Kenny Foundation. It is with sincere appreciation to Mr. Capf that the Interlachen announces with pride Mis; Interlachen and beautiful members of her court " I L ' M to . %.ijjMI J ( I . U tMtflA CHARLANN PASCHALL Sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi Sorority INALISTS SUSIE BAUBE Sponsored by Southerneers Fraternity iNNE ANDROUS onsored by Kappa Delta Sorority MARYLOU PFEFFER PATTY JO HOLROYD Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega Sorority 53 MISS SOUTHERN FOR 1962 MISS BESSIE LUCILLE BROWN Sponsored by Alpha Chi Omega Sororily i ' - ♦- V MISS MARY ANN LILLY Sponsored by Phi Mu Sorority MISS INTERLACHEN FOR 1962 55 First Runner Up MISS INTERLACHEN MISS ANNE SMITH Sponsored by Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority Second Runner Up MISS INTERLACHEN MISS RUTH LAWRENCE Sponsored by Theta Chi Fraternity » % • % « i » %.( ORGANIZATIONS - ' • ♦ « %« «« «««■( ENGLISH ' " " SGA " " VO " i. IBf- ' Ml A ORGANIZATIONS Southern Student Senate The Student Senate of Florida Southern Col- lege is the legislative branch of the Student Government Association. The Senate works in conjunction with the Administration and stu- dents for the improvement of campus life as a whole. In the Senate are representatives from each class elected by the vote of the student body. The Senate heads the student elections, ar- ranges Freshman Orientation Week, charters campus organizations, sponsors the annual Christmas Dance, and many other activities to make Southern a better school. OFFICERS GARY ENGLISH President SONNY OVERTON Vice-President NELL PETTEWAY Secretary JIM STAHL Treasurer First Roiv: Harrison, Petteway, Sutton, Cooper, Derrer, Watson, Carnahan. Second Roiu : Mikson, Hewitt, Fisher, Anderson, Overton, English, Newell, Batson, Belloc, Wiseman, Dr. Snodgrass. Third Row: Duval, Mitchell, Rountree, Larson. First Roil-: Conklin, Hutchison, Coldwell, Jackson, Brick, Chepenik, Bazilian, Phillips. Second Row: Wehr, Pendcrgrass, Huber, Mr. Wilde, Beye, Newell, Hallick, Clockadale, Runte, McCarty, Weeks, SantaCruz. Third Row: Middlesworth, Bowden, Capabianca, Girardin, Rountree, Barber, Hines, Ulrey. Men ' s Student Government Association Men ' s Student Government Association was formed on campus two years ago under the combined efforts of the Director of Men ' s of- fice and the Student Government Association. The purpose of the Men ' s Student Government Association is to establish and enforce discipli- nary regulations for male students. The organi- zation is made up of one representative from each fraternity and independent male housing unit. OFFICERS GENE PENDERGRASS President DONALD LEE WEHR lice-President DAVID COLDWELL Clerk ROBERT BOWDEN Ass ' t. Clerk 1 • % .♦ «-«•«.«.( Women ' s Student Government Association The Women ' s Student Government Associa- tion is a governmental subsidiary of the Stu- dent Government Association. It is com- posed of representatives of sororities and independent women who are elected by resi- dent women students. It serves as a court for infractions of college and house rules, and strives to uphold the standards of women residents at Florida Southern Col- OFFICERS SANDRA SMITH President DOROTHY ANSPACH lice-President BETTY LANGFORD Secretary MARCENE KRNOUL Sergeant-at-Arms First Row: Kramer, Rogers, Williams, Krnoul, Dean, Eicholtz, Bradley, Landrum, Covello. Second Row: Langford, Tweedy, Belloc, Bardwell, Jhonson, Smith, Waits, Comfort, Sellers, Bechert. Third Row: Anspach, Jost, Louft, Manske, Hagstrom, Brown. 63 Left to Right: Norman Hull, Tom Grcsham, Dr. Book — Adviser; Chris Kallas, Ray Alley — Chief Justice. Supreme Court Justices Hull, Gresham, and Kallas taking care of some important Supreme Court business. . B aA W.S.G.A. Junior Advisers The Junior advisers were selected from a great many junior and senior girls who applied for this position. The junior advisers act as counselors in the freshman dormitories, assist the housemothers, and compose a hall council. It is an honor to be chosen a junior adviser, and these girls deserve a great deal of praise for the wonderful job they are doing. First Roll ' : Kriinul, Vodvarka, Norris, Anspach. Second Roiu : Bechert, Middleton, Lewis, Bissell. Junior advisers work very closely with their adviser, Dean Eicholtz CAROLINE SELDEN Editor-in-Chief 1962 Interlachen MR. HAL WATERS Adviser BETTY TOY Editorial Assistant BOB BOWDEN Copy Editor The Interlachen reached new heights this year, gaining national recognition by placing third in the Pi Delta Epsilon Yearbook contest and receiving a second place national commendation from Columbia Uni- versity. The Yearbook has also led the way in bringing about type and makeup innovations that are being followed by some of the largest uni- versities in the country. SANDI VODVARKA Activities Editor JOAN TYLER Associate Editor JANET ROBERTS Business Manager Layout editors — ANN AMBROSE, NELL PETTEWAY, MELANIE MATHIS _. %- yr , ' ' ■ ' : f»ii - v.-fe:H4 a ?sa C fl« f( ;Vor ; BOBBIE HOLLAN, freshman; MARY SHERMAN, sophomore; KAY MID- DLETON, ;«H or; DONNA PRIVETTE, senior. JERRY WILLIAMS AND DICK WHALLEY Sports Editors ANNE SNYDER Greek Editor MR. PAUL WILLE Photographer PAT MIKSON Organizations Editor 67 The Southern Rated the top college newspaper in the nation in its enrollment area last year. The Southern, edited and published by the Journalism students of Florida Southern, serves the campus as its voice and con- science. EDITORIAL STAFF PAT COVELLO Editor-in-Chief SALLIE BATSON Editorial Assistant BOB BOWDEN Editorial Assistant BUSINESS STAFF JERRY NESTOS First Semester Business Manager BOB GRANT Second Semester Business Manager JOAN BOULWARE ) . . . Circulation Managers KATHY ROMENCE ( HAL WATERS Adviser Sallie Batson and Pat Covello busy at the print shop. A late story is examined by Mr. Waters and Bob Bowden. 68 Staff writer Patti Tompkins discusses a story with the printer Business Managers Bob Grant and Jerry Nestos keep close tabs on the ads for the paper. Elaine Gemmell, Barbara Boutwell, Tom Hughes, Dick Whalley, Walt Blomquist and Anne Miles give of their time and talent to make The Southern one of the finest college publications in the South. ' • f • ♦ lill)UWii4 Vagabonds The Vagabonds is an organization designed to promote mutual aid and encouragement for stu- dents of drama and speech. Outstanding plays are presented from the professional theater, and also experimental plays which are written, produced, and directed by members. Eligibility for membership is determined by the organiza- tion as designated in constitutional by-laws. OFFICERS BILL LALLY President BARBARA BEAL Vice-President FRANCES LYNCH Secretary-Treasurer LEONARD SHAPIRO Stage Man Vagabonds portray characters from their production of " Charlie ' s Aunt. ' " » % « « « ».« Vagabonds rehearse many long hours before their productions are presented before a live audience. First Roiv: Horton, Mulloy, Colburn, Joesten, Rogers, Bowers, Lynch, Decuers. Second Row: Boen, Newhouse, Dr. Jordan, Vanden- burgh, Shapiro, Boiling, Mr. Wooton, Young, Beal. Third Row: Owen, Bowen, Rawls, Lally, Downey. ' M T ' 1 r r ' ' • - " ? ? Mrs. Lois Gross, Director of the Florida Southern Concert Choir. Concert Choir at rehearsal. The Concert Choir -• k THE CHOIR— Mrs. Lois Gross, Director. ' % • A practice session of the Concert Band. The Concert Band PERCUSSION Charles Coombs, Ronald Johnson, Mike Galbreath, James Jackson BRASS Stanley Ashworth, Eleanor Burkey, Robert Camp- bell, Larry Eraser, Gary Hill, Larry Loveday, Jim Marsh, Fred Martin, Tom Odadzin, Larry Quig- ley, Carl Shrader, Dean Showers, Harold Tyus, Jackie Wash, Dan Durrance WOODWINDS Charles Eby, Patricia Gay, Judy Haas, Ed Haley, Tom Hand, Mark Harding, Larry Johnson, Sylvia Jones, Carol Kruckemeyer, Allen Lampman, James Miller, Marian O ' Neal, Sharon Spickard, Joe Stowell, Carol Swata, Charlotte Sweeder, Lonnie Tatum, Mike Terrell, John Wagner, Nadine Waters, Nancy McCormick STRINGS Judy White, Dan Hopgood DR. KENNETH C. ANDERSON, Director. -- ' ' Pp 73 Student Florida Education Association The Student Florida Education Association is a professional organization for majors in the field of education. S.F.E.A. is the largest or- ganization on campus this year. It gives the students the opportunity for active participa- tion in both the state and national educational association and strives to orient the student to his profession and to train leaders. OFFICERS CAROL C. ' RNAH. ' VN President YVONNE EYNON Vice-President PAT BARRINGER Secretary TONI WATKINS Treasurer 74 % ' •-% First Row: Gardner, McCranie, Marsh, Bowden, J. Mitchell, Allen, Tolle, Bunch, Herndon, Kinsey. Second Roiv: Graves, R. Allen, Graddy, Griffin, English, Cone, " ' oungblood, Custead, Carter, Riker, E. Griffin, Wilkens, Pepper. Third Row: Mr. Mack, Wood, Nelson, Wise, Jackson, Davis, Williams, Smith, Crews, Roper, Simon. Citrus Club The Citrus Club is an organization to pro- mote student interest in the citrus department and to provide them with the opportunity to meet experts in the field of citrus. A monthly dinner is sponsored by the organization featur- ing a guest speaker. This speaker is an expert in some field of the citrus industry. The Florida Citrus Mutual Award is presented by the co- operative organization to the outstanding citrus major in the June graduating class. OFFICERS STANLEY CARTER President THOMAS WOOD Vice-President LARRY JACKSON Treasurer Jim Allen ] Jim Youngblood Directors Bob Tolle ] 75 4 f t First Row: Chandler, Graves, Suzuki, Royal, Howe, Ford, McCormick. Second Ron: Dr. Hutchman, Carbaugh, Enelow, Handy, Reed, Renn, Dr. Smith. American Chemical Society The National American Chemical Society was founded in 1876. The purpose of the American Chemical Society is to encourage advancement of chemistry in all branches, to promote research, to improve qualifications of chemists, and to increase our chemical knowl- edge. The student branch of the American Chemical Society was inaugurated at Florida Southern College in 1958. Membership is open to all students interested in chemistry as a pro- fession. OFFICERS WADE RENN President THOM. S FORD Vice-President JOYCE ROY.AL Secretary 76 First Row: Farris, Suzuki, Brownlee, Bechert, Nestos, Tyus. Second Roiu : Dr. Hutchman, Dr. Jordan, Garion, Heath, Walton, Kallas, Dr. Smith. Florida Academy of Science The Florida Academy of Science is composed of Florida Southern College members who are majoring in the various fields of science. In addition to their promotion of experimental and research science, they present scientific papers at the annual meeting. OFFICERS JOAN BECHERT President HAROLD TYUS Vice-President HOWARD FARRIS Secretary Tl ♦ f • Home Economics Club Home Economics Club is a professional or- ganization for women in the field of Home Economics. The Home Economics Club strives to develop and promote interest in the various aspects of nome economics and also fosters better student-faculty relationships. This grow- ing organization is affiliated with both the state and national Home Economics Associa- tions. Highlights of the year for the Home Ec Club are the Christmas banquet and the style show. OFFICERS JUDY EPPENBERGER President JULIA DARLING Vice-President ARLENE HOUSER Secretary-Treasurer First Roiv: McLeod, Blackburn, Dixon, Macdonald, Welty, Moore, Houser, VanNess. Second Row: Mrs. Ellison, Mrs. Piatt, Ufford, Meycrl, Hillier, Gnozzio, Darling, Speirs, Lesser, Williams, Mrs. Bunn. Third Row: Eppenberger, Dobbs, MacKay, Lamor, Anderson, Wilde, Cagle, McNees. « • % • « « » « First Rrjiv: Lande, Somerford, Bechert, Cushman, Ax, Ellis. Second Re Third Row: White, Marchant. Reiser, Price, Rumpt, Mr. Doak, Mr. Z immermann. Industrial Arts Club The purpose of the Industrial Arts Club is to promote professional attitude and understand- ing of industrial arts. The Industrial Arts Club was re-established on campus last year tnrough the co-operation and enthusiasm of its members and the able guidance of its advisers. Mem- bership is open to all upperclassmen in good scholastic standing with at least twelve hours in industrial arts. Meetings are held weekly. OFFICERS LLOYD PRICE President ALAN WHITE Vice-President CHARLES AX Secretary SAM LANDE Treasurer 79 First Roiv: Harvin, S imon, Smith, Tolle, Herndon. Bum Mr. Richards, Garion, Williams, Weeks. Jackson, Wood. Second Ron ' : Mr. Lyle, Nelson, Riker, James, Voungblood, Soil Conservation Society OFFICERS LARRY JACKSON President FR.AN H. CKNEY Vice-President THOMAS WOOD Secretary JIM YOUNGBLOOD Treasurer The Soil Conservation Society is the newest of the science organizations at Florida South- ern. It was created this year through the combined efforts of Mr. Richards and Mr. Lyle. Membership is open to all students of citrus, science, or social studies. The pur- pose of the Soil Conservation Society is to study ways and means of conserving our nation ' s most valuable resource — the soil. First Row: Millcn, Miller, Stephens, Trent. Second Row: Epolito, Johnson, Thorne, Dalzell. Freshman Advisory Board Don W. Crews, Adviser The Freshman Advisory Board was created this year to plan social activi- ties and other functions for the Fresh- man Class. Deferred Rush has created a barrier which limits the social activi- ties of the school as far as freshmen and upper level students are concerned. Mr. Crews is the adviser to the Fresh- man Advisory Board, and they have done a wonderful job keeping the freshmen entertained. M M Jki Ma iwffiiilirii t m il MiSi ■ ra Hl -S s p[ B| I HH B ' ■-wM M wS 4 y l2 Pi Ml H Hh ' V ' H !! , L Q P Hij HE. ' " Fjr ?ou ' .- Sellers, Ambrose, Cook, Anderson, Tyler, Carnahan, Vodvarka, Petteway. Second Row: Dr. Jordan, Hallick, Newell, Ivey, Handy, English, Nathurst, Wiseman, Mr. Fugitt, Mr. Morris. Third Row: Cox, Nestos, Kallas, Scobie, Stahl, Block, Pender- grass, Rountree. Political Union The Political Union of Florida Southern Col- lege was organized in December, 1954. The club established as its motto, " Better Minds for Better Politics. " A dinner-meeting is held each month. At this time, an active figure in politics addresses the club and then he is ques- tioned by the members on political philosophy and its practical applications. Some of the well-known speakers have been Governor Adlai Stevenson, Governor Goodwin Knight, Senator Estes Kefauver, and Senator Spessard Holland. OFFICERS JIM STAHL President ELLYN WISEMAN Vice-President SISSY SELLERS Secretary JOAN TYLER Treasurer %:• ♦ V V % " International Club First Row: MacKay, Evans, Ham, Dr. Simboli, Mrs. Simboli, Cothern, Krauth, Abou-Daoud. Second Row: Kikuko, Gardun, Koch, Dr. Jordan, Mueller, Goslin, Weeks, Perdomo, Tanaka. Young Republicans Heath, English, Gavin, Krauth, Grant, Nestos. ♦ . ' - ' ' Music Educator ' s Conference First Roic: Haymond, Warner, Wiseman, Webb, Weston. Second Roiu : Johnson, Eby, Lampman, Tatum, Dr. Anderson. Third Row: Haley, Good, Odadzin. American Guild of Organists First Row: Haymond, Klein, Kleinschmidt, Gemmel, Guizzetti, Hill, O ' Neal. Second Row: Mr. Brierly, Estabrook, Lampman. % % % ■ % t 4 4 ■ % 4 First Row: Decuers, Stockard, Jones. Second Row: Manning, Roberts, Thomas, Rev. Luce. Inter-Faith Council The Inter-Faith Council is comprised of two delegates from each denominational group on campus. These groups are the Methodist Stu- dent Movement, Baptist Student Union, United Campus Christian Fellowship, Canterbury Club, Jewish Student Government Association, Lutheran Student Association, and Chi Alpha Organization. The purpose of the council is to unite the various religious organizations on campus in closer bonds of friendship. The major activity of the Inter-Faith Group is cen- tered around the organization and success of Religion in Life Week. OFFICERS CHARLES ROBERTS President CHARLES THOMAS Vice-President MARGARET STOCKARD .... Secretary-Treasurer Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union was founded for the purpose of developing Christian leader- ship among the Southern Baptist college youth, ministering to the spiritual needs of Baptist college men and women, and extending the in- fluence of the church to every campus. Every Baptist is eligible for membership, and be- comes active when he joins a Baptist church in the educational center or any unit organiza- tion that is represented in the B.S.U. Council. OFFICERS THURSTON M.ARTIN President LIBBV CANFIELD Vice-President SHELLY DOBBS Secretary First Roiv: Middleton, Carter, Gimmel, Canfield, Caudle. Gavin, Maurer. Second Koic: Dobbs, Mrs. Gieger, Green, Quigley, Car- roll, Dunlap, Mrs. Esau, Kiesel. Third Row: Major Gieger, Martin, Stowell, Churchwell, Haley. ♦ % • % First Row: Bridges, Stockard, Reid, Krauth, Pettersen, Wolcott, Sloan. Second Roiv : Howell, Hitchcock, Cook, Cox, Allison, Gal- breath, Wright, MacKay, Johnson. Third Row: Danton, Cochran, Youngs Coldwell. Canterbury Club The Canterbury Club is an organization formed for the purpose of reaching all stu- dents of the Episcopalian faith on campus and drawing them into a bond of fellowship. Can- terbury Club sponsors religious study groups, participates in the Inter-Faith Council, holds weekly vesper services, takes part in Religion in Life Week, and holds several social events throughout the year. OFFICERS MIKE GALBREATH President BOB ALLISON Vice-President JUDY JOHNSON Secretary MARTHA JO BRIDGES Treasurer 87 « • First Roiv: Stone, Wills, Bailey, ( l v im Ti Loveday, Overton. Third Roic: Cannon, hllr 111 ' a};ner, Rev. Luce. Second Row: Mr. Taylor, Landers, Campbell, Roberts, Durbin. Gamma Sigma Chi Gamma Sigma Chi is the professional re- ligious fraternity. Gamma Sigma Chi helps promote religious activity and encourages its members in their preparation for the Christian ministry. Membership is open to all pre-theological students and the meetings are bi-weekly featuring speakers active in this field of interest. Gamma Sigma Chi at- tempts to make Christ a living reality on campus. OFFICERS TOM CUNNINGHAM President ED ELLIS Vice-President DICK WILLS Secretary CHARLES ROBERTS Treasurer First Row: Levine, Fox, Davidson, Schwartz, Fisher, E. Slewett, Bazilian, Mr. Selig. Second Row: A. Slevvett, Nill, Ginsburg, Specter, Weissman, Chepenik, Kramer, Halpern. Jewish Student Government Association The Jewish Student Government Association is an organization of Jewish students inter- ested in promoting the Hebrew ideals on the campus, in the community and in the world. By combining religious teachings with social meetings, they are gaining greater insight and knowledge into their Hebrew heritage. OFFICERS TONY DAVIDSON President LEO FOX Vice-President JOAN FISHER Secretary MARC BAZILIAN Treasurer ' " ' ' . » . SiiJttiii;:.3i?iSni!Wii First Row: Anspach, Kruclcemyer, Schweinsberg, Johnson, Stout, Goben, Manske. Second Roiv : Thomas, Smith, Miller, Pastor Knauff. Lutheran Student Association The Lutheran Student Association endeavors to unite the Lutheran students in fellowship. It seeks to develop the individual ' s spiritual life, believing that in this way his social and intellectual developments will be well corre- lated. Meetings are held twice each month and many social events are held throughout the year. OFFICERS CHARLES THOMAS President ROBERT SMITH Vice-President DOTTIE STOUT Secretary-Treasurer Methodist Student Movement The Methodist Student Movement is a group of Methodist students united for the purpose of furthering the attitudes of Christianity on the campus. The Methodist Student Move- ment strives to provide for the spiritual, moral, social, and intellectual needs of the college student. MSM sponsors many events through- out the year in addition to local, state and national service projects. Representatives are sent to district, state and national conventions each year. OFFICERS CHARLES ROBERTS President FRANK IVEY Vice-President SALLY GALT Secretary-Treasurer Members of Methodist Student Movement » t First Rozv: Allen, Yates, Munger, Reiser, Hughes, Decuers, Haas, Manning. Secomi Row: Franzel, McKamey, Wash, Dunson, Ray, Arnold, Weston, Staples. Third Row: Blount, Edens, Schubert. United Campus Christian Fellowship The United Campus Christian Fellowship is an organization of Presbyterian students in- terested in promoting Christian ideals on the campus, in the community, and in the world. It is endeavoring to emphasize the importance of granting these students an opportunity to develop their Christian beliefs by carrying out several social projects and by cooperating with the other religious organizations on campus. OFFICERS LUCY DECUERS President ANN BLOUNT Vice-President PAMELA YATES Secretary LINDA LEE RAY Treasurer HONORARIES First Rozc: Sellers, Privette, .- ibrose, Jones, Wiseman, Bechert, Brown. Secon ! Rozc: Cox, Felton, Kallas, Whalley, Ashe, Kolaska. Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities ANN DELIA AMBROSE GARY CLYDE ENGLISH THOMAS FRANKLIN ASHE RICHARD OLSEN FELTON JOAN CAROLE BECHERT BESSIE LUCILLE BROWN TROY DWAIN COX PATRICIA ADELE JONES CHRIS JAMES KALLAS EDWARD JON KOLASKA TOMMY RAY MASON DONNA LEE PRIVETTE ELINOR EVELYN SELLERS RICHARD LLOYD WHALLEY ELLYN JOY WISEMAN 94 • ♦ % ♦ « « • ».% Left to Right: Dwain Cox, Gary English, Chris Kallas, Don Tabb. Not Pictured: Gerry Gaddy and Tony Davidso Greek Hall of Fame Left to Right: Patricia Barringer, Ann Ambrose, Joan Tyler, Susan Sherry, Bessie Brown, Sybil Shoemaker. « •«• First Ron: Privette, Sellers, Pierpoint. Wiseman, Stockard, Bissell, Sloan, Anspach. 5c -o«( ? «■; CiliJcr, .Mrs. Snyder, Carnahan, Com- fort, Milcson, Jones, Cox. Cap and Gown Cap and Gown is an honorary organization recognizing women who ha ' e attained a high standard of leadership in college activities and scholarship. The prime requisite for Cap and Gown is good character, high scholar- ship, intelligence, and loyalty to college. Eli- gibility for membership into Cap and Gown consists of an over-all " B " average, the classification of a junior, and special distinc- tion in at least one phase of collegiate ac- tivity. Cap and Gown brings together the most representative women in all phases of college life and creates an organization for service to the college. OFFICERS SISSY SELLERS President M. ' VRGIE GLIDER Vice-President DONNA PRIVETTE Secretary PAT JONES Treasurer s J i -I First Roiv: Kolaska, Cox, Felton, Newell, Mr. Ogden, Farris, Edwards, Block. Second Roiv: Ashe, Kallas, Whalley, Handy, English, Pavlus, Meredith, Dr. Case. Third Row: Abate, Bowden, Overton, Rountree, Mr. Elderkin. Omicron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa strives to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities, to bring to- gether the most representative men in all phases of collegiate life, and to unite the members of the faculty and student body on a basis of mutual interest and under- standing. Members are chosen on the basis of character, leadership, scholarship, fellow- ship, service to campus life, and adherence to democratic ideals. OFFICERS CHRIS KALLAS President RICHARD FELTON Vice-President ED KOLASKA Secretary . i i First Row: Colburn, Brinn, Rabette, Montgomery, Knowles, Lawrence, Norris. Second Row: Dr. Field, Ashe, Kallas, Walton, Mr. Eickenberg, Dr. Gilbert, Dr. Funderburg. Third Row: Simon, Smith, Karris, Dryden, Brownlee, Oakley. Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta Beta is the honor society for stu- dents of biological science. The aim of Beta Beta Beta is to promote the dissemination of scientific truth and to encourage the in- vestigation of the life sciences. The three aspects of its program are: stimulation of sound scholarship, edification of scientific knowledge, and promotion of biological re- search. The qualifications for membership into Beta Beta Beta are a 2.5 over-all aver- age and a " B " a ' erage in science. OFFICERS HOWARD FARRIS Prc ' icnt TOM ASHE rice-President JUDITH CO LBURN Secretary MARLON SIMON Treasurer JOAN BRINN Historian DR. FUNDERBURG Director of Research ♦ % ♦ ♦ « » % First Rrnv: F ' elton, Heath, Langston, Bryant, Ballantyne, Simmel. Seconil Row: Davidson, Holyfield, Hamclryck, White, Perks, Gillingham, Varner, Pavlus, McLain. Third Rrnv: Gaskins, Harriman, Pendergrass, Turber, Stuerman, Elrod, Williams, Pietersz, Batchelder, Kolaska. Fourth Row: Cooper, Mellon, Rogers, Beye, Tabb, Holt, Schwarz, Barber, Yelvington, Baker. Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi is the professional fraternity for men in the business field. The purposes of Delta Sigma Pi are to foster the study of business and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture in the com- munity. Membership in Delta Sigma Pi is reserved for those having a " B " average in pre-commerce and business administration subjects, and a 2.5 over-all average. Delta Sigma Pi sponsors prominent speakers from the business world, and acts as a medium between the college graduate and employer. OFFICERS J. HERMAN BRYANT President RICHARD SIMMEL Viee-President A. SMOOT LANGSTON Secretary ROBERT HEATH Treasurer BILL YELVINGTON Historian First Ron: Sl i.in, Wach , tttc, McCluri-, Stockaid, Aiispach. Second Row: Shepard, Carnahan, Cook, Winn, !■ ranks Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi recognizes outstanding con- tributions by men and women to education and encourages high professional, intellec- tual, and personal standards for teaching. The local Epsilon Gamma Chapter annu- ally awards the Kappa Delta Pi gold medal award to the outstanding senior in the field of education. Requirements for membership are an over-all " B " average with a minimum of six hours in education for juniors and twehe hours for seniors. OFFICERS DONN. PRIVE TTE President MARGIE GLIDER Vice-President SISSY SELLERS Secretary-Treasurer First Roiv: Davis, Bechert, Douglass, Howell, Haynes, Lilly, Sloan. Second Rotv: Sousley, Safforil, Eyiion, Dance, Mr. iMaffett, Mr Doalc, Combs, Mr. Clayton, Miss Stoddard, Mrs. Durick. Kappa Pi Kappa Pi, the international honorary art fraternity, was installed on Florida South- ern College ' s campus in 1943 and reactivated again in 1957. Requirements for membership are: a student must be majoring or minor- ing in art, the student must complete 12 hours of art, and he must have a " B " aver- age in those 12 hours. The purpose of Kappa Pi is to promote greater artistic interest and achievement among art students. OFFICERS ALLENE DOUGLASS President JAMES MAFFETT rice-President WANDA LEWIS Secretary MOLLIE SLOAN Treasurer LAURA HOWELL Publicity Officer • ••• First Row: Anderson, McKee, Miss Kelley, Lewis, Cunard, Watson.Weissman, Burkholder. Second Ron : lln lp (l , Williams, Kahle, Gay, Cotton, Mr. Morris, Gordon, Huber, Barton, Smith. Third Row: Smeltzer, Edgar, Tsitouris, Pierandozzi, Richards. Phi Epsilon Mu Phi Epsilon Mu, Florida Southern ' s society for physical education and recreation majors, was inaugurated on campus in 1959. The purpose of Phi Epsilon Mu is to foster the proper teaching and understanding of the virtues and needs of physical education. The organization has already done a great deal toward preparing its student members for work in this field. OFFICERS ED BARTON President TOM RICHARDS Vice-President NANCY CUNARD Secretary GARY McKEE Treasurer First Rrjiv : Tatum, Kerrick, Newell, Lampman, R. W. Johnson, Wagner, Suzuki. Stcjrul Roir: Wehr, Sinuiie, (jondcll, Haines. Quigley, Campbell, Galbreath, Wright, Dr. Anderson. Third Row: Bowden, Terrell, Odadzin, Coombs, Durrance, Jackson, R. F. Johnson. Phi Mu Alpha Phi Mu Alpha is one of the newest campus organizations. The purpose of Phi Mu Alpha is to further musical interest and re- cognition of musical accomplishments. Re- quirements for membership are an active interest in music and an over-all 2.0 average. This fraternity was organized under the aus- pices of the music department. OFFICERS DONALD WEHR President RONNIE JOHNSON Secretary ALLEN LAMPMAN Treasurer JOHN WAGNER Historiar, •• » First Roiv: Vodvarka, Pullen, Covello, Selden, Privette, Miles, Jost. Second Row: Wiseman, Chamberlin, Rule, Hughes, English, Mr. Morris, Tyler, Stewart, Sullivan. Third Ron.- Bowden, Kolaska, Nestos. Pi Delta Epsilon Pi Delta Epsilon is the honor society for students interested in journalism. The chap- ter on this campus was established in 1953. The aims of the organization are to teach the ethics, techniques and mechanics of jour- nalism, and to promote better fraternal feel- ing between fellow journalists and to further democratic and honest journalism. Member- ship is open to upperclassmen with an over- all " B ' average, and an active participation in campus publications. OFFICERS PAT COVELLO President CAROLINE SELDEN Vice-President CLAIRE CHAMBERLIN Secretary JOAN TYLER Treasurer HHHH « % .« % « 4-».« ' First Row: Dr. Book, Sellers, Pierpoint, Mrs. Snyder, Bissell, Co.x, Wiseman, Mrs. Morris. Second Roiv: DeFeen, Davidson, Stuer- man, Gannaway, Mr. Morris, Mr. Fugitt, Dr. Emme. Pi Gamma Mu Pi Gamma Mu was established on this campus to improve scholarship in the social studies, to inspire social service tO ' humanity by an intelligent approach to the solution of social problems, and to engender sympa- thy toward others with different opinions through a better mutual understanding. To further its purposes the local Florida Alpha Chapter sponsors dinners, speakers and other programs. It also sponsored the securing of the flags of the American liberty. OFFICERS TOM GANNAWAY President GENE STUERMAN Vice-President MICHAEL A. DeFEEN Secretary MRS. GEORGE MORRIS Treasurer ■♦•♦•■ ■- - ' - BrjiK v8v ' ' eF « IJ f ' T 9: ■» e -s, -li " ' ; l-x l ' - 1j ' 1 " -r Sf ' Ri99i r r ' ' » 1 First Rou ' : Hearn, Smith, Burkhardt. Anderson, Grazlano, Fasenfeld, Siewert, McKt-ndrick, Sweeder, Danner, Derrer, Kiesel. Second Row: Walker, Hull, Nicklaw, Manning, Ashe, Hill, Esmeier, Langford, Grange, Baldy. T j r Jom; Wright, Barrett, Sche- vers, Harriman, Combes, Hogarth, Henley, Snellgrove, Petty, Green. Fourth Row: Kolaska, Cox, Edwards, Fannin, Carroll, McNeir, Dr. Link, Dr. Emme. I Psi Chi Psi Chi is the newest professional honorary group established on campus. The Psi Chi colony was established two years ago by the psychology department. Membership in Psi Chi is open to majors and minors in the field of psychology. The purpose of Psi Chi is to promote further psychological studies on Florida Southern ' s Campus. Candidates for membership must have a " B " a -erage in psychology subjects and must be voted on for admission in the club. OFFICERS RAY EDWARDS President BOB SCHEVERS Vice-President JOAN BALDY Secretary DIANE DERRER Treasurer First Row: Evans, Williams, Alexander, Wilson, Leeds, Canova. Second Roiv : Rev. Luce, Northrup, Barrett. Sigma Rho Epsilon Sigma Rho Epsilon is an honorary organiza- tion furthering the interest and development of religious education on campus. Its pri- mary purposes are to emphasize scholastic achievement, to cooperate actively with all other groups on campus for the promotion of the common good and to function as a service organization both on campus and in the community. Sigma Rho Epsilon member- ship is open to religion majors, to those in- terested in this field, and to the wives of pre-theological students. OFFICERS PHYLLIS B. RRETT President MARGIE JHONSON Vice-President LINDA WHITE Secretary-Treasurer MARY LINDA CANOVA Historian ANN ALEXANDER Social Chairman - - § Alpha Psi Omega First Rou - Hardin, Colburn, Joesten. Secant! Roic : Mrs. Ibberson, Mr. Wooton. Sigma Tau Delta ? 9. c First Row: Cox, Dr. Jordon. Second Row: Mr. Reeves, Gschwind, Dr. Swann, Mr. Zimmerman. ) ' A ■.% % i 4 ■ % • % ' GREEKS ' ■ ' • ' . t « « • :. .|. GREEKS 4 ' » ' « % ' .% % . 4 «.».%, First Roiv, L to R: Hunt, Pettcway, Palumho. Goodyear, Center, Harrison, Lawrence, Uecuers. Second Row, L to R: Ludlow, Rohrback, Ambrose, Hunter, Shermer, Snyder, Rice, Beal, Barringer. Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council holds a most responsible position in the every-day life of the college. The Council acts as a forum for the discussion of frater- nity and sorority problems; fosters the ideals of fraternity life on a high level and governs the rules of rushing and pledging. Membership includes two representatives and an alumnae from each sorority on campus. Dean Hattie Eicholtz is the adviser. OFFICERS BEVERLY GOODYEAR President JANE CENTER Vice-President NELL PETTEWAY Secretary LIZ HUNTER Treasurer i J li BiBli!liBII»UllillllllWy Alpha Chi Omega Beta Omicron Chapter OFFICERS SUE SHERRY President LIZ HUNTER Vice-President PAULA WHAN Secretary SUE ECKHARDT Treasurer Alpha Chi Omega, the first Greek organization on campus, has the motto " Together let us seek the heights. " This is the aim of each Alpha Chi as she devotes her efforts to work for the improvement of social and scholastic activities on campus. We are proud of our sweethearts : Marylou Pfeffer, Sig Ep and Sue Eckhardt, Pi Kap. We are equally proud of our four co-ed sponsors: Bessie Brown, Sue Bis- sell, Sue Eckhardt, and Paula Whan . . . cheer- leaders: Marylou Pfeffer and Bessie Brown, varsity captain and co-captain . . . Junior Advisers, Sue Bissell and Rene Lewis . . . Senate representatives Diane Derrer and Paula Whan . . . representation in S.F.E.A., MSM, Young Republicans, Young Democrats, Psi Chi, Dolphin Club, Kappa Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Cap and Gown, Political Union, Sigma Tau Delta, and many other organizations. We en- joyed our Christmas dance with the SAE ' s and Sweetheart Dance. We thank our housemother, Mrs. DeMoya; our sweetheart, Bill McLain; and our chapter adviser for being so wonderful to us. You will be held in high esteem by Alpha Chi Omega. Bissell, Sue Brown, Bessie Derr, Linda Derrer, Dianne Eckhardt, Sue Eddy, Sue Grosscup, Ginny Holroyd, Patty Jo Huff, Marty Hunter, Liz Irvine, Tillie Knowles, Julie Pfeffer, Marylou Rohrback, Ellen Sherry, Sue Stocking, Bonnie Whan, Paula Alpha Delta Pi Bad Roic, I to r: Combs, Mclnturff. Fro„l rou I to r: Barrow, Beuster DON TABB Sweetheart of i lpha Delta Pi Gamma Gamma Chapter OFFICERS NAN BARROW President CAROL SUE BEUSTER Vice-President MINDY McINTURFF Secretary KAY COMBS Treasurer I Alpha Delta Pi has had another wonderful and outstanding year with many activities and honors. First came pledging, winning first place in the Kappa Sigma Olympics, our Halloween Dance, socials with fraternities, the Greek Sing with SAE, and Diamond Dust Weekend. We were honored to have six fra- ternity sweethearts: Mindy Mclnturff, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Ellie Jost, Sigma Chi; Lynda Abinanti, Kappa Alpha Rose; Barbara Danner, Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl; Madeline Hagstrom, Sigma Chi Pledge Sweetheart; and Marti Cox, Delta Sig- ma Pi Rose. We have the ROTC Band co-ed spon- sor, a cheerleader, two Senate members, plus mem- bership in every campus organization. Close to our hearts are our sweetheart, Don Tabb; our dev oted housemother, Mrs. Hodgskin; and our wonderful faculty adviser. Miss Mayrose. This summer at the Alpha Delta Pi National Convention, Gamma Gam- ma Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi won three awards: " the chapter with the most activities and honors, " a leadership award, and the award for " best corre- spondence. " Our motto, " We live for each other " will lead us on to greater and richer experiences in Alpha Delta Pi. " Allen, Judy Barrow, Nan Belloc, Bonnie Beuster, Carol Sue Bird, Donna Combs, Kay Cook, Judy Cox, Marti Dance, Judy Danner, Barbara Donaldson, Bonnie Endres, Sue Green, Judy Harrison, ZoUie Haynes, Sylvia Howell, Marie Jones, Nell Jones, Patsy Jost, Ellie Mclnturff, Mindy Paschall, Charlann Rector, Sandy Rice, Carolyn Sellers, Elinor Warren, Carolyn Wolfe, Jo Anne Worley, Jane Alpha Gamma Delta OFFICERS MARGIE JACKSON GLIDER President YVONNE EYNON P ' rst Vice-President JANE COMFORT Second Vice-President MARIE HANNA Recording Secretary SUZANNE CHILDER Corresponding Secretary SHELLY DOBBS Treasurer Back Row L to R: Dobbs, Eynon, Hanna. Front Row: Glider. Aren ' t these beautiful ros WORM get in there? . How did that long, green Gamma Theta Chapter We of Gamma Theta Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta celebrated our fifth birthday on Southern ' s campus by moving into our new house, formerly Princeton Hall. Our new housemother, Mrs. Shreck, known affectionately among the girls as " Gee " has been a great help in getting us settled. . . . Although the " baby " of the Greeks, the Alpha Gams are in many campus activities: Pi Gamma Mu, MSM, Cap and Gown, officer of Junior Class, Baptist Stu- dent Union, Home Economics Club, Psi Chi, Can- terbury, officer of SFEA, and Kappa Pi . . . In scholarship AGD is fifth nationally and first locally . . We wish to thank our sweetheart, Harold Smith, Pi Kap, for his loyalty and enthusiasm con- cerning all Alpha Gam activities . . . The members of Alpha Gamma Delta esteem their pearled pin and written purpose . . . May the red, buff, and green bind us a sisterhoo ' d that is everlasting. I don ' t care how long you polished the bowl, the trophies go on the top shelf. Hagar, Betty Hanna, Marie Hawkins, Cindy Heath, Yvonne Hunt, Rosemary Jacobs, Joan Lancaster, Margaret Lowry, Barbara Moris, Christine Petteway, Nell Pole, Carole Sousely, Kitty Lou Webb, Elaine West, Jane ' ■♦• • ■♦•♦- Alpha Omicron Pi OFFICERS SONYA ENNIS President JOAN FISHER rice-President HOPE McCURDY Recording Secretary ANNE SULLIVAN Corresponding Secretary ELAINE SIEVVERT Treasurer Standing L to R: McCurdy, Fisher. Siewert. Seated: Ennis. I think it ' s pronounced " daug " . Kappa Gamma Chapter Alpha Omicron Pi has been very pleased this year with its success in rush, campus activities and social events. We have members representing us in the Concert Band, the Southern staff, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Home Economics Club, Phi Epsi- lon Mu, the varsity cheerleading squad, ROTC co-ed sponsors, and various religious organizations on campus. Aside from our goal of high scholastic achievements, we have also found time to enjoy many social functions, including our Valentine Dance and our Rose Ball weekend. During the year, we have been aided by our wonderful sweetheart, David Fletcher and our housemother, Mrs. Davis, in our various programs and activities. As the year ends, we look forward to another year with the Rose and Ruby of Alpha Omicron Pi. Sure I love for you to call Don darling, but at 3 in the morning? Hamm, Barbara Henley, Gwen Landrum, Frances Ludlow, Evie McCurdy, Hope McKittrick, Lorri Ray, Joan Terry Shermer, Vickie Siebenthal, Cricket Siewert, Elaine Stewart, Judy Sullivan, Anne Sweeder, Cherry Welty, Sue Delta Zeta Beta Mu Chapter OFFICERS SYBIL SHOEMAKER President BARBARA RABETTE Vice-President KELLY GIBBONS Secretary LYNDA NIELSEN Treasurer Delta Zeta, founded at Miami University, Ox- ford. Ohio, has been at F.S.C. for 25 years. Six outstanding women founded Delta Zeta on October 23, 1902. To date there are 132 collegiate chapters with more installed each month. Our chapter was founded here December 11, 1936, being the second national sorority on campus . . . Old Rose and Vieus Green compose our sorority colors with the Killarny Rose as our flower. The Lamp, the na- tional magazine of Delta Zeta keeps each chapter informed of our accomplishments . . . Our sweet- heart, Roger Hanna has been very considerate and helpful . . . Mrs. Adkins, our new housemother is an ideal friend and mother to us. We hope to enjoy her company for a long time . . . Our loy- alty to the Rose and Green; our love for one an- other and our courage strengthens us as our friend- ship grows with each new year. Standing L to R: Nielsen, Rabette, Gibbons. Seated: Shoe- maker. Look, you lift your suitcase your way, and I ' ll lift mine my way. Most girls possess an avid interest in scrapbooks. ROGER HANNA Sweetheart of Delta Zeta Ameisen, Sue Beal, Barbara Cabre, Diana Covello, Pat Crow, Hannah Estabrook, Ellen Freimuth, Frances Gibbons, Kelly Hatton, Dottie Johnston, Matilda Kirkpatrick, Leah Mundy, Mattie Nielsen, Lynda Newhouse, Paula Phillips, Joyce Rabette, Barbara Shoemaker, Sybil Shuff, Janet Spear, Beth Weston, Lani Wilson, Pat Wright, Nancy Wyatt, Amy 123 i M itumMi Kappa Delta Gamma Epsilon Chapter " Let us strive for that which is honorable, beau- tiful, and highest, " our open motto, is the aim of every Kappa Delta. We are honored to have the Associate Editor of the Interlachen, President of the Panhellenic, Secretary of WSGA, Vice Presi- dent of Junior Class, Vice President and Treasurer of Political Union, ROTC Honor Guard Co-ed Sponsor, Washington Semester Student, delegate to CCUN Conference, Theta Chi Sweetheart, Sigma Chi Pledge Sweetheart, and seven Miss Mollys. We have representation in the Senate, Who ' s Who, Greek Hall of Fame, Social Standards Board, Cheerleading, Junior Advisor Program, Pi Gamma Mu, and Concert Choir. . . . We look, back with fond memories upon the socials with the fraternities, placing third in scholarship, work on our philan- thropy, winning the Volleyball Championship, plac- ing third in Kappa Sigma Olympics, and our Sweetheart Dance. We extend our thanks to our wonderful sweetheart, John Lowman, and to our housemother, " Mom " Williams. Though proud of our many attainments, we are prouder yet of the unity and friendship of Kappa Delta. Standing, L to R: Darling, Eppenberger. Vodvarka. Seated: Watkins. OFFICERS TONI WATKINS President S.ANDI VODV.ARK.A Vice-President JUDY EPPENBERGER Secretary JULI.A D.ARLING Treasurer Please, please, no applause. Just throw money. Androus, Lynne Cooper, Sue Darling, Julia Eppenberger, Judy Goodyear, Beverly. Grange, Gail Langford, Betty Lawrence, Ruth. Ogburn, Lynn Santini, Joan Smith, Helen Smith, Tommie Stemper, Martha Tyler, Joan Vodvarka, Sandi Walden, Judy Watkins, Toni Wiseman, EUyn JOHN LOWMAN Sweetheart of Kappa Delta I ' ll see that and raise you two. 125 PhiMu Alpha Tau Chapter Alpha Tau of Phi Mu looks back on another year with much pride. ... A very successful fall rush . . representation in all campus activities. . . . SAE- M Christmas party for underprivileged chil- dren ... a toy-cart at Christmas for children in hospital. . . . Christmas sing on Lake Hollings- worth with Kappa Sigma Fraternity. . . . All- campus Easter Cheer party. . . . Carol Jean Car- nahan, president of SFEA and Junior Senator-at- Large; Sandy Smith, president of WSGA; Mary Ann Lilly, Sigma Chi Derby Queen and ROTC Co-ed sponsor; Barbara Bond, Senior class secre- tary; Jan Wilson, Secretary of MSM. . . . Our thanks and appreciation to our devoted house- mother, Mrs. Cox — who is herself a Phi Mu and to our wonderful sweetheart. Chuck Anderson. . . . " The Faithful Sisters " look forward to another year guided by love, honor, truth — our goals of ideal womanhood. OFFICERS RIT. PALUMBO President BARBARA BOND rice-President PAT BARRINGER Secretary JEAN TWEEDY Treasurer Standing L to R: Tweedy, Bond. Seated: Pahimbo. CHUCK ANDERSON Sweetheart of Phi Mu 126 Barringer, Pat Bond, Barbara Brookshire, Nancy Burkhardt, Carol Carnahan, Jean Cathey, Lacretia Cocciardi, Gerri Cork, Judy Eldredge, Linda Elswick, Julia Grannis, Garnet Hurley, Jane Lilly, Mary Ann Lupo, Barbara Mitchell, Marilyn Nelson, Fran Palumbo, Rita Shepard, Sherlene Tweedy, Jean Williams, Linda Wilson, Janet Dear John, we are through forever and if I ever see you again I ' m sorry Garnet, but we can ' t paste your mother ' s letter in our scrapbook. Sigma Sigma Sigma Beta Phi Chapter OFFICERS ANN AMBROSE President DEBI LAMOR Vice-President CHARLOTTE McCLURE Recording Secretary DOROTHY STOUT Corresponding Secretary PAT MIKSON Treasurer " Come on babeeeeeee, let ' s do the Twist, com ' on babeeeeeeeee Back Roiv L to R: McClure, Mikson. front Row L to R: Ambrose, Lamor. LARRY MARCH ANT Sweetheart of Sigma Sigma Sigma You hold up the pages for awhile, my hand is tired, % ♦ ♦ • ' % ' Beta Phi of Sigma Sigma Sigma can look back on another year of achievement. Sigmas are active in many organizations: The Interlachen Staff, Pi Delta Epsilon, S.F.E.A., Home Ec Club, religious organizations, Intramurals, Religion in Life com- mittee, Concert Choir, Political Union, editor of the Interlachen and Coed Sponsor, president of Kappa Delta Pi, secretary of Cap and Gown, Sen- ate, and vice-president and clerk of W.S.G.A. Dances, socials, coke dates filled our year . . . Our Christmas Dance and Weekend brought moments to remember . . . With Founders Day came a national sorority avi ard . . . Our " Ugly Man " reaped bountiful returns for our charity, the Rob- bie Page Memorial Fund for Crippled Children. . . . We extend many thanks to our housemother, Mrs. Dekle . . . and to our adviser, Mrs. Ibber- son, and our wonderful sweetheart, Larry Mar- chant. As our wonderful heritage, we will strive to live up to the open motto " Faithful Unto Death. " Ambrose, Ann Anderson, Judy Anderson, Kelly Anspach, Dorothy Ballew, Martha Chamberlin, Claire Coletta, Sandra DeYoung, Diane Esmeier, Bonnie Hackney, Fran Howe, Cynthia Kohlstedt, Betty Lamor, Debi Mikson, Pat Privette, Donna Pullen, Judy Rose, Judy Selden, Caroline Snyder, Anne Vandiver, Genie Zeta Tau Alpha Delta Beta Chapter The women of Zeta Tau Alpha look back with fond memories upon Founders ' Week and all the other wonderful events of the year. We had an- other successful year with our Zeta Weekend, our Founders ' Day Service, serenades, our Christmas decorating party, alumnae parties, and other activi- ties. The Zetas started off energetically this year when they placed second in the Kappa Sigma Olym- pics. We are represented in many organizations: secretary and treasurer of Phi Epsilon Mu, SFEA, Psi Chi, sergeant-at-arms of WSGA, vice-president of UCCF, BSU, MSM, Canterbury Club, Concert Choir, Vagabonds, and the Interlachen. Two Zetas counselled freshman girls as Junior Advisers. Our open motto is " Seek the Noblest. " The Zetas wish to express their thanks and appreciation to the won- derful Zeta alumnae; to Mrs. Blanton, our house- mother; and to our sweetheart, Nick De Young. OFFICERS CAROLYN COX President KAY MIDDLETON Vice-President NANCY CUNARD Secretary CONNIE WOOD Treasurer Standing L to R: C unard, Middl eton. Won a. Seated: C ox. ki mi R mm k :l ' X MH I wM m ' tm B i v V T f M Da 1 J V 1 1 11 1 m m mM " Mn NICK DeYOUNG Sweetheart of Zeta Tau Alpha How come there ' s only 31 pieces left? Zeta ' s enjoy a casual game of cards. Baxter, Doris Blount, Ann Bowers, Sharon Cox, Carolyn Cunard, Nancy Decuers, Lucy Denyes, Nancy Eggen, Terry Ewald, Edith Center, Jane Hussey, Evelyn Krnoul, Marcene Lachenmyer, Janet Middleton, Kay Rhoades, Ruth Ridout, Kay Stettler, Bette Thune, Lesley Waits, Penny Wood, Connie Wright, Marilynn Southernettes OFFICERS JUDY HAAS President SANDRA WARDLAW Vice-President ANN ALEXANDER Secretary MARY LOU WILLIAMS Treasurer Southernettes is a unified organization for all qualified women not affiliated with Greek social sororities. Our purpose is to provide a medium through which non-sorority women may participate in campus activities, to provide opportunities to de- velop leadership in service to the college, and to achieve cooperation betw een sorority and non-soror- ity women. . . . We hold many wonderful memo- ries of last year . . . winning the Anne B. May- rose Sportsmanship Trophy, representation in the Senate, Concert Choir, religious organizations. . . . We express our appreciation to our wonder- ful adviser, Mrs. Gibson, and housemother, " Mom " Eggleton, and to our sweetheart, Nicky Kinsey. L to R: Alexander. Haas, Safford, Williams. You ' re not really going to wear this to journalism class are you? Alexander, Ann Arnold, Martha Haas, Judy Perrow, Becky 132 ♦ ♦ s % NICKY KINSEY Sweetheart of Southernettes No, it ' s j before k except after m. . . . and after we finish with the scrapbooks, we can all bring our baby albums down. Phillips, Gwen Safford, Susan Wardlaw, Sandra Williams, Mary Lou Kappa Alpha Gamma Pi Chapter Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington College in 1865 under the guidance of our beloved spiritual leader Robert E. Lee. The Order, with its noble Southern heritage placed its 83rd chapter here at Florida Southern College to continue its ideals of chivalry toward " God and Womanhood " and to mold men of proud distinction. The annual week-end is a traditional spectacular with beards, ante-bellum costumes and filled with the glory of the " Old South. " ... At the beginning of the year Miss Lynda Abinanti was elected our cherished KA Rose. . . . The Kappa Alpha Order will stand as long as the ideal of traditional chivalry is alive. OFFICERS RAY ALLEY President GERALD GADDY Vice-President BOB SMITH Secretary RONNIE BARNES Treasurer Standing L to R: Gaddy, Smith. Sealed: Alley. Wait, don ' t throw me in with my good $3.95 pants on. 134 LYNDA ABINANTI Sweetheart of Kappa Alpha There! Return that one. Alley, Ray Ammerman, Rodger Barnes, Ronnie Bowden, Bob Carter, Stanley English, Gary Gaddy, Gerald Gillingham, Keith Jenkins, Dan Polk, Charles Powers, Judson Shier, Tom Smith, Bob Stearns, Walter Taylor, Skip Ulrey, Don Wilkins, Bill Wilson, Wyn Youngblood, James Kappa Sigma Theta Alpha Chapter For over 550 years the spirit of brother- hood has existed in the heart of all Kappa Sigmas. This same spirit has existed among our members on Southern ' s Campus since our founding in April, 1959. As we look back on the past year we see a most success- ful rush, our fun filled Olympics, " Star Dust Weekend, " winning the intramural sports- manship trophy, and above all the scholar- ship trophy for the highest scholastic average of all Greek fraternities on campus. Kappa Sigs are found in many activities: Psi Chi, Pi Delta Epsilon, OAK, Greek Hall of Fame, Political Union, MSGA, and members on all Varsity Inter-Collegiate Sports. . . . Our year would not have been com- plete without our wonderful housemother, " Mom " Williams, and our lovely sweetheart " Barbie " Hamm. . . . This past year has been a good one for Kappa Sigma, but the future holds even more promise. OFFICERS ED KOLASKA President BLAINE BALLANTYNE Vice-President SCUDDER GRAYBEAL Secretary THOMAS BROLLIAR Treasurer Back Rozv L to R: Brolliar, Graybeal. Front Row L to R.: Kolaska, Ballantyne. Hutchinson, Chip Kolaska, Ed Martin, Thurston Newell, Bruce Pavlus, John Perks, Bill Rane} ' , Chris Reinking, Jim Richards, Tom Schevers, Bob Schwarz, Mike Schwarz, Steve Snively, Dean Timler, Paul Townley, Steve Townsend, Jim White, Kenneth White, Stu 136 Ballantyne, Blaine Hodden, Bob Bone, James BroUiar, Tom Cattarius, Bob Crankshaw, Rick Doppelheuer, Bill Dorman, Dick Eaton, Jerry Feldman, Hank Gaskins, Jerry Goodman, Jim Graybeal, Scudder Hamacher, Ted Hull, Norman Are you rested now dear? We ' ve sat out ten d Lambda Chi Alpha Epsilon Xi Chapter Epsilon Xi chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha, the first national fraternity on Florida South- ern ' s campus was established in 1938. . . . The Lambda Chi ' s have men representing them in many outstanding organizations. . . . Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi, Supreme Court, Greek Hall of Fame, Political Union, Tri Beta, Pi Delta Epsilon, Advanced ROTC, MSGA ... in addition outstanding players in baseball, basketball, soccer, crew and golf teams . . . continued concentration on scholarship . . . and the many memorable social activities such as the fraternity Christmas dance, the unfor- gettable weekend . . . continued frater- nal interest by our faculty advisers: Dr. Mac Gowan, Dr. Case, Mr. Block ... the reign of our devoted Crescent Girl, Barbara Danner, and the leadership of our President Jerry G. Nestos ... all made possible, not by the efforts of a few, but of the entire brotherhood of Lambda Chi Alpha. As the crow flys, this little beach is 5 miles from town. That ' s how we got here too — by crow. OFFICERS JERRY NESTOS President BOB GRANT Vice-President LEITH HARRELL Secretary RICHARD FELTON Treasurer L to R: Felton, Grant, Nestos, Harrell. BARBARA DANNER Sweetheart of Lambda Chi Alpha This loo ' cvo ., ,.-i;luu raking the pavement. Icllus, mopping the roof and Alexander, Jerry Bowers, Ralph Brownlee, James Carnie, Donald Cotton, Bo Johnson, Malcolm Kallas, Chris r.ouer, David Miller, William Oakley, Charles Parnell, Gene Pierandozzi, Dante Rais, Eddy Schneider, Phillip Simonson, David Smith, Jesse Thornberry, Roger Tyus, Harold Valentine, Billy Vogelgesang, John Weeks, Jerry Wehr, Donald Williams, Jerry Wise, Stephen 139 Phi Sigma Kappa Omega Triton Chapter The Omega Triton Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa was founded on the Frank Lloyd Wright campus on April 2, 1950 by a group of men interested in promoting its three Cardinal Principles — " Brother- hood, Scholarship and Character. " Although small in number, our well knit group prospered early in the year and jumped to front page headlines as we sponsored our First Annual All Campus Pep Rally and Sock Hop before the first home basketball game. . . . Phi Sig was active in many organiza- tions . . . intramural sports, Civitan, Vagabonds, Pi Delta Epsilon, UCCF, Student Government, ad- vanced ROTC, concert band and choir, Political Union, and Delta Sigma Pi. We can look back on happy events such as the crowning of our Moonlight Girl Lani Weston. . . . Christmas party. Those and other things too numerous to mention fill our hearts with warmth and joy as we come to the end of another unforgettable year. OFFICERS THOMAS KAPLAN President JAMES BRUBAKER Vice-President JAMES KORINEK Secretary LEN SHAPIRO Treasurer Standing L to R: Korinek, Shapiro. Seated: Brubaker. LANI WESTON Sweetheart of Phi Sigma Kappa ' and if we put tailfins on it, we can pass it off as a 62. 140 Briggs, Don Brubaker, James Bryant, Jim Huber, Charles Hughes, Tom Jamison, Cal Kaplan, Tom Korinek, James Reiser, Phil Shapiro, Len ' . i Turlow, Jeff Look fellas, I think we ' ve carried our hostilities too far this time. 141 Pi Kappa Alpha Delta Delta Chapter OFFICERS LARRY THIGPEN President BILL ROUNTREE Vice-President ED GAY Secretary JOHN WILSON Treasurer PEGGY COZENS Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Alpha Intramural football in action. Standing L to R: Wilson, Gay, Rountree. Seated: Thigpen. .O Cs v ' , ' , :.. -.« . ' • ' % ' « ' % « « The Brothers of PI Kappa Alpha. . . . Each man intensely proud of the ideals his Fraternity affirms, and always eager to strive to sustain the roots of tradition and prestige Delta Delta Chap- ter has planted at Florida Southern College. . . . An enumeration of the activities and achievements of this Fraternity would be senseless, simply name an aspect of campus life and you will find a " Pike. " Such a successful year could not have been achieved without the energetic efforts of our lovely Dream- girl — Peggy, we appreciate what you ' ve done be- yond words. . . . We also extend our deep grati- tude to Mrs. Harman, our housemother; to the faculty and administration of our school: and to our fine alumni; but especially we congratulate our new alumni, the graduating seniors. All right gang, this time let ' s hear the big Glee Club sound. Anderson, Lance Ax, Charles Clockadale, John Cochran, Steve Cox, Dwain Gay, Ed Govignon, George Harvin, Dick Herndon, Barney Holler, Roger Holmes, John Honefenger, Scott Hooker, Robin Ivey, George Jones, John Larson, Fred Roper, James Rountree, Bill Scobie, Tim Smith, Mai Stahl, Jim Strickland, Bill Thigpen, Larry Wilson, John Pi Kappa Phi Beta Beta Chapter OFFICERS TOM ASHE President NICK DeYOUNG FUe President TOM GANNAWAY Secretary HERMAN BRYANT Treasurer L to R: Turner, Ashe, Bryant, Gannaway. SUE ECKHARDT Sweetheart of Pi Kappa Phi Pi Kappa Phi was founded on December 10, 1904, at the College of Charleston, Charleston, S.C. Forty-four years later Beta Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was founded at Florida Southern College on October 16, 1948, by a group of veter- ans who were interested in an organization that would be different and yet have a brotherhood un- matched. To this day those 17 men with the help of over 200 who have graduated as Pi Kapps are helping this fraternity remain one of the top organ- izations on campus. Our representation in activi- ties on campus include the president, secretary and historian of Delta Sigma Pi; president of Pi Gamma Mu; vice president and treasurer of Beta Beta Beta; Phi Mu Alpha; S.F.E.A.; Advanced ROTC ; Sweethearts of Alpha Chi, Alpha Gam, Tri Sig, and Ze ta. The Totem Pole marks the spot where true brotherhood and friendship reign. v. « : ' .%■ • % « %• % ■• ' k ' ' ♦ « « « « % Ashe, Tom Bryant, Herman Clemens, Fritz Cooper, Ernie DeYoung, Nick Dicks, Bill Engel, Bill Flynn, Rex Gannaway, Tom Garion, Terrence THAT was in our yard? If my calculations are right men, this should be India. So there I was men, pinned to this chiLk that I didn ' t even remotely like. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Florida Gamma Chapter OFFICERS HAROLD EUBANKS President GIL MITCHELL Vice-President JOHN MEYER Secretary WILLY WINK Treasurer MINDY McINTURFF Sweetheart of Sigma x lpha Epsilon Friendly game of $100 a play poker. Standing L to R: Meyer, Winic, Mitchell. Seated: Eubanks. On March 9, 1856, at the University of Alabama, eight courageous men founded what is now the largest social fraternity on the face of the earth, SAE ... On November 12, 1949, SAE was founded on Florida Southern ' s campus and thus began to build men of leadership, character, intel- lectuality, and a brotherhood second to none. . . . This year of 1961-1962 certainly was no exception to SAE ' s past participation and leadership in ac- tivities, sports, and scholarship. . . . The All- Sports Trophy, Co-Sponsor of the Greek Sing, the annual Christmas and Sweetheart dances are a few ingredients that made up another top ranking year for Florida Gamma. . . . We were blessed with a wonderful sweetheart, Mindy Mclnturff, and a warm and understanding housemother, Mrs. Smith. . . . The binding friendships, the memories and good times will always be in the hearts of the brothers of SAE. Allen, Jim Barrett, Dean Beasley, Cliff Braddock, Tony Chase, Dave Conklin, Bob Dreyer, Marty Duval, John Ellis, Al Eubanks, Harold Fischer, Robert Hamelryck, Jack Hewitt, Jack Johnson, Tom Jones, Bill Kelsey, Dave Mack, Doug Maggio, Glenn Mainwaring, John McCracken, Bill Meyer, Jack Mitchell, Gil Mutimer, John Neuvvien, Skip Reynolds, Tom Rickerd, Ron Savage, Art Slaughter, Bob Smith, Scott Tolle, Bob Williams, Dean Wilson, Rush Williams, Wilson Wink, Willy Yunker, Bill Sigma Chi Epsilon Sigma Chapter OFFICERS DON TABB President DAVE BROWN Vice President PAT MATHIS Secretary JOHN GISLER Treasurer ELLIE JOST Sweetheart of Sigma Chi T vaaaaaaaa:iaaannn ' j. Standing L to R: Gisler, Mathis, Brown. Seated: Tabb. 148 i, %: % ' ,« « .« « ' ».% ' Epsilon Sigma chapter of Sigma Chi was estab- lished on Florida Southern campus on May 17, 1959. Since then Epsilon Sigma has come a long way and has proven itself a leader among the Greeks. The Sigs have men representing them in many outstanding organizations . . . MSGA, Po- litical Union, Senate, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi, Psi Chi, Phi Epsilon Mu, The Southern, Vagabonds . . . Officers in ROTC . . . Consul Don Tabb in Greek Hall of Fame . . . outstanding players on golf, tennis, and intramural teams . . . tops in scholarship ... all these qualities are rep- resentative of a well rounded individual. Ellie Jost, our sweetheart has graciously fulfilled the world esteemed role of " Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. " This year exemplified the high ideals of Sigma Chi and the coming years will reflect the symbolic supremacy of the " White Cross, " which ties the common bond of Sigma Chi brotherhood and love. Girls at Sigma Chi Derby had plenty of snow on their hats. Adair, Dick Alderman, Gale Allison, Lee Baggett, Dick Bister, Henry Brown, Art Crawford, Bard Fletcher, Dave Gilliam, Bob Gisler, John Gresham, Tom Hallick, Tom Harriman, Chuck ' Hoff, Clyde Huff, Dave Kaiser, Jan Lowman, John Mathis, Pat McDonald, Bill McGonigal, Dave Meredith, George Rawls, Scooter Rust, Randy Tabb, Don Thompson, Jarrett Watkinson, Bill Whalley, Dick •■0 Sigma Phi Epsilon Florida Delta Chapter As another year comes to its end the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon look back on another year filled with pleasant memories, and the close bond of brotherhood. Well remembered are the brothers on varsit) ' athletic teams, the intramural trophies, the many social events and the fulfillment of our fraternity ideals. We also remember the start of our alumni board, and the wonderful cooperation of our Alumni Director, Mr. Claude McCullough. Again we must thank our wonderful housemother, Mrs. Lober, for providing us with a home away from home. Also we must thank our sweetheart, Miss Marylou Pfeffer, for representing us in such a wonderful manner. The members of Sigma Phi Epsilon also acknowledge those brothers who have received campus honors. With so many fond mem- ories Sigma Phi Epsilon will always remain the fraternitv with a heart. MARYLOU PFEFFER Sweet heart of Sigma Phi Epsilon OFFICERS TEX JACKSON President TOM WILKINSON Vice-President CLAUDE ABATE Secretary BILL CURRIE Treasurer Back Row: Wilhelm, Currie. Front Row: Ritzie, Jackson. 150 ♦ ♦ ««•»«•( .i..«diSiiiiHSMi i«« l ' Weekly gathering of the clan. sa Abate, Claude , Archer, Fred Currie, Bill Gebhardt, Jerry Jackson, Tex Lally, William Mullis, John Murphy, Frank Ritzie, Tom Weidner, James Wilhelm, Charles Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Rho Chapter Tau Rho Chapter of Tau Epsilon Phi has enjoyed the fruits of another banner year at Florida Southern . . . from our beautiful new fraternity house over- looking scenic Lake Hollingsworth, we have watched a handful of men, bound together by their belief in the ideals of friendship, chivalry, service; their gen- uine belief in God and Brotherhood among all men, pass proudly through our portals of graduation and into the future of our fraternity. As Brothers we recall with pride the dynamic leadership and inspira- tion of Chancellor, Marc Halpern . . . Tony Davidson Greek Hall of Fame and Treasurer of the Inter-Fraternity Council . . . our lovely sweetheart. Miss Nancy Fasenfeld, who faithfully carried out the traditions of that position . . . and most of all the undying maternal efforts of our housemother, Mrs. Helen Bruggner. All of this, spotlighted by weekends, houseparties, and the most fabulous all- campus TEP HOP on record will long be remem- bered by the men who have been part of the truest fraternity of them all . . . Tau Epsilon Phi. NANCY FASENFELD Sweetheart of Tau Epsilon Phi OFFICERS MARC HALPERN President ED RUBIN Vice-President ARNIE LYNN Secretary ALAN SLEWETT Treasurer Back roir L to R: Lynn, Slewett. Front row L to R: Rubin, Halpern 152 Back to raking the leaves. Pardon me, but did you see a tall man with a black mask ride by white stallion ? Chepenik, Marvin Davidson, Tony Halpern, Marc Hill, Pud Kramer, Larry Levine, David Lynn, Arnie Rubin, Ed Slewett, Alan Spector, Mark Weissman, Jerry Wozniak, Len 153 Theta Chi Gamma Delta Chapter RUTH LAWRENCE Sweetheart of Theta Chi Then if you ' ll take off the shoes I just polished, I ' ll wash your feet. OFFICERS FRANK HANDY President ALAN WHITE Vice-President BOB COCHONOUR Secretary ROBERT HAMMOND Treasurer , M I HMH 3ql| Standing, L to R: White, Hammond, Cochonour. Seated: Handy. Not since its founding on this campus in 1946 has Theta Chi seen a more prosperous year. The Presi- dent ' s Award for individual chapter improvement at Florida Southern and The Sidney Lewis Me- morial Trophy for the most improved chapter in Theta Chi are but a small measure of our success. This recognition can be attributed to our hard- working advisor, Mr. Melvin Wooton, the extra initiative shown by the Brothers, the hard woric of our Pledges, and our wonderful sweetheart, Ruth Lawrence. All this taken together is the realization of our motto: " Alma Mater first, and Theta Chi for Alma Mater. " ' J Cochonour, Bob Cochonour, Joe Cunningham, Earl Douglas, John Edgar Gainer, Bill Golway, Peter Hammond, Robert Handy, Frank James, Ronald Lampman, Allan ande, Samuel ash, Arthur ' erry. Jack hinkman, David meltzer, Barry IVhite, Alan Lee Voodham, Stephen ultowsky, Edward There ' s just no way out of it. We ' ve got to attend classes to stay in college. Southerneers OFFICERS MAC SPEIGHTS President CHARLES ROBERTS Vice-President JOE McCORMICK Recording Secretary JIM REED Corresponding Secretary HOWARD FARRIS Treasurer MARGIE JHONSON Sweetheart of Southerneers Dick Lee entertains with a song. The Southerneers was founded in March of 1956. Through our six years of existence on campus, we have participated in all of the areas of college life! In 1957, we won first place in Kampus Kapers. Our Christmas displays and Founder ' s Week Floats hav-e always been projects to be proud of. This year we have a new adviser . . . Dr. C. M. Laymon. The high spirit of the Southerneers will carry us through many years to come. The purpose of the Southern- eers is to afford and guarantee Christian brother- hood among its members; to raise its members to the fullest of their capacities, and to elevate their cultural standards; to render service to our school, community, state, nation, and fellowman; and to enter into the various fields of college life, among them: political, social, physical, spiritual, and in- tellectual programs. Allison, Bob Baube, Jim Baxter, Jeff Ellis, Ed English, Ed Farris, Howard Gwinn, Dick Lee, Dick Loveday, Larry Marshall, Bruce cCormick, Joe iagsdale, Denny leed, Jim Southerneers enjoy a late afternoon game of horseshoes. Roberts, Charles {yan, Tom peights, Mac tuart, John Vilhelm, Jan First row: Varner, Honefenger, Thigpen, Gaddy, Meredith, Davidson, Tabb, Baird. Second row: Ritzie, Eubanks, Lally, Ashe, Jenkins Handy, Mr. Crews, Kahle, Kolaska, Cochonour. Third row: Mitchell, Brubaker, Turner, Alley, Nestos, Schwarz, Hill, Halpern, Cox Interfraternity Council OFFICERS GERRY GADDY President GEORGE MEREDITH Vice-President LARRY THIGPEN Secretary TONY DAVIDSON Treasurer The Interfraternity Council promotes the better- ment of the College through the improvement of the social fraternities. Representatives from each fraternity on campus comprise the group, which strives to equalize the opportunities of the various fraternities. Activities of the Council include the co-sponsoring with the Panhellenic Council of the annual Orientation Week dance and the Christmas dance. It also sponsored the first annual Greek Week this year. Women ' s Rush With the new deferred rush system at Southern, fashion shows, receptions spon- sored by Panhellenic, and the Cap and Gown Bermuda Party were held previous to rush to help new coeds get a preview of the so- rorities and their functions. Open houses, teas, and banquets are also a part of rush activities. Men ' s Rush Open houses provide first opportuni- ties for fraternity men and new students to socialize. The deferred rush system on trial this year has proved successful in many ways In helping the academic standings of the Greeks. Parties and banquets are also a part of rush activi- ties for men. ■ " - " - imiHiiMi I t ' %••%•%.%■ % MILITARY ' afiliiiWiffiiTOi!:,. ' TO - ' MILITARY " ■ ' -■■ " " " " MqiifliBaa 165 LT. COL. ROBERT NEWBERRY 166 Reserve Officers Training Corps R.O.T.C. is an integral part of the United States Army program for developing future leaders both for the Army and the country. The Florida South- ern military program has been in operation since 1952. It has produced over tvvo hundred 2nd Lieu- tenants for all branches of the Army. MAJOR MACK GIEGER CAPTAIN WELBORN L. MATTHEWS CAPTAIN DAVID V. WlCCiERS S.F.C. Cecil R. Davis, M Sgt. John W. Long, M Sgt. Jefferson P. Holder, M Sgt. L. B. Barnes. 167 CADET COLONEL JOHN P. PAVLUS First Roil ' : Col. Newberry, Pavlus, Eubanks. Stioiul Ri iv : Fclton, Cox, Bryant, Cochran. Battle Group Staff Honor Guard Capt. Matthews, Ballantyne, Boaz, Bostelman, Bostian, Bovven, Brick, Bryant, Carter, D. Cochonour, J. Cochonour, Coles, DeLettre, Ebaugh, Edman, Elliott, Forbes, Fox, Frazier, Fuchs, Giardin, Giteles, Goodman, Goodwin, Hayes, Hock, Hoff, Hogan, Jahn, Jenkins, Johnson, Jones, Kaplan, Kerr, C. Kinsey, D. Kinsey, Lainge, Lange, Logan, McDonald, McKelvey, Mack, Murphy, Ogilvie, Prindible, Rubin, Schouten, Trent, White, C. Williams, J. Williams, Wilson, Wood, Young. First Row: Capt. Wiggers, Keen, Peters, Barnes, Watkinson, Ax, Whitehurst, Kelsey, ijgt. Long. Second Roic: Wright, Honefinger, Snow- man, Franks, Rowe, Holloway, Murray. Rifle Team Sets New Record Score On the firing line. n COACHES CAPT. DAVID T. WIGGERS, M SGT. JOHN W. LONG iiHiiHii fer. -.. ' fc- " . " ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■■ ' R.O.T.C. Sponsors Each year the Cadet Battle Group elects young ladies to serve in the honorary positions of Battle Group Co-ed Sponsors. These young ladies are chosen not only for their beauty, but also for their desire to participate in a program designed to enhance prestige and increase esprit de corps and morale of the R.O.T.C. Cadet Battle Group. CO-ED CAPT. ELLIE WISEMAN CO-ED COL. BESSIE BROWN CO-ED LT. COL. ELAINE SIEWERT CO-ED CAPT. SYBIL SHOEMAKER BESSIE BROWN Battle Group Sponsor ELAINE SIEWERT .... Deputy Battle Group Sponsor SYBIL SHOEMAKER ... . Regimental Staff Sponsor ELLIE WISEMAN Honor Guard Sponsor JANE WORLEY Band Sponsor PAULA WHAN " A " Company Sponsor SUE ECKHARDT " 5 " Company Sponsor BARBARA HAMM " C " Company sponsor MARY ANN LILLY " D " Company Sponsor SUE BISSELL " E " Company Sponsor CAROLINE SELDEN Rifle Team Sponsor CO-ED CAPT. JANE WORLEY CO-ED CAPT. PAULA WHAN CO-ED CAPT. SUE ECKHARDT Maj. Gieger, Ahate, Alderman, Ashe, Ax, Ballantyne, Bowden, Braddock, Brciwn, Brubaker, Bryant, Cochran, Cox, Crews, Dwyer, Edmonds, Eubanks, Feldman, Felton, Fontaine, Ford, Govignon, Grant, Hamelriclc, Harrell, Harriman, Ruber, Jones, Kaiser, Kaplan, Langston, Marchant, Mathes, McKee, Miller, Mullen, Nash, Nathurst, Pavlus, Perks, Plant, Rountree, M. Schwarz, S. Schwarz, Scobie, Stahl, Taylor, Wright. Association Of The United States Army R.O.T.C. Band Sgt. Davis, Ashworth, Briggs, Campbell, Coombs, Downey, Durrance, Epolito, Eraser. Graves, Gwinn, Hand, Harriman, Hill, Hopkins, Jackson, L. Johnson, R. Johnson, Kern, King, Loveday, Marsh, Martin, Mayer, Miller, Odadzin, Reed, Reynolds, Roberts, Showers, Shrader, Stowell, Taylor, Terrell, Tyus, Wagner. 172 ;,• ' .,:. ;.. ' t ' ■ •♦•♦•••%•• : % ' % ' .« % « « ' «•«•» HHH H 1 H 1 H H 1 H H M ATHLETICS -♦•♦. f t- 1 " " m % fc2j» ' " ■■ 1 ii i. , T M ' i Irt i . ■ - ' " « i ♦ % ■ « • • ATHLETICS 9 CHEERLEADERS Susan Eddy Captain Hank Feldman grabs a rebound from taller Miami players. Varsity Basketball Coach Tom Greene ' s hoopsters showed FSC students and the people of Lakeland some fine basketball this year. Although finishing with a 12-13 record, the Mocs continually thrilled the crowds with their exciting play. Spirit, hustle and determination kept South- ern " up " for every game. Over-all balance was perhaps the trademark of this year ' s squad, since any one of the men could, and did, go into a ball game without particularly lessening our chance for victory. The play of Ed Kershner, Mack Mullis and Ricky Duncan was brilliant at times. Freshmen John Wells and Joel Ledlow showed to be fine future prospects. The team defense this year was more aggressive; this " little bit extra " won a few ball games for the Mocs this season. With only the loss of Capt. Hank Feldman and reserve Jerry Eaton, Southern should look forward to a profitable campaign next year. Tom Greene Coach Mack MuUis goes up and under for a bucket as Miami ' s I ' V Mike McCoy tries to block the shot. Hank Feldman Captain Mack Mullis Ed Kershner Carroll Phillips Bill Holt ♦ RESULTS FSC 83 50 65 64 85 93 Huntingdon College Tulane University Mississippi Southern William Carey Presbyterian College University of the South University of Miami 67 Blackburn College 98 Transylvania College 63 Valdosta State College 52 Tampa University 76 Nicholls State College 63 West Georgia College 71 Huntingdon College 65 Mercer University 71 Rollins College 97 Cumberland College 71 University of Miami 73 104 72 100 70 Rollins College Mercer University Stetson University Jacksonville University Jacksonville University Tampa University 77 Stetson University 65 Citrus Invitational Tournament OPP. 67 82 89 71 75 85 96 73 64 53 67 58 56 84 77 59 57 82 62 82 91 85 95 80 50 Ed Kershner drives through Tampa defenders for two more points. First row: Ricky Duncan, Bill Holt, Ed Kershner, Hank Feldman, Captain; Carroll Phillips, Dan Rissner. Second rozv: Jim Andringa, Dave Shinkman, Mack MuUis, Len Wozniak, Jerry Eaton, Joel Ledlow. Missing: John Wells. Junior Varsity Basketball Jim Townsend fires one against Florida Presbyterian as Bob Van Nostrand gets set for the rebound. Kneeling: Jim Townsend, Jim Davidson, Charlie Jenks, Dave Little, Rick Moore. Standing: Dick Whalley, Coach; Don LaFernere, George Hubmaier, John Wells, Bob Van Nostrand, Larry Boecklen, Barney Barnett, Rocky Epolito, Bob Brunei, Ed McCarty, Manager. Jim Andringa ' s soft jump shot is good for two points against Florida Military College. Barney Barnett shoots a jumper from the side as Jim Townsend and Jim Andringa look on. 181 Varsity Baseball An eager team built on a foundation of a few veterans carried Florida Southern ' s colors into a challenging baseball season with the coveted Florida Intercollegiate Conference title as its goal. SCHEDULE Valdosta State College — - - March 16 Valdosta State College March 17 Stetson University March 20 Huntingdon College _ - March 23 Valdosta State College (2) University of Florida Erskine College _ Erskine College University of Miami — . University of Miami (2) — . Mercer University Mercer University _ _ Rollins College - Rollins College (2) Tampa University March 26 March 27 March 30 March 31 6 7 9 10 13 14 il 20 Tampa University (2) — April 21 Stetson University April 27 Stetson University (2) April 28 Jacksonville University May 4 Jacksonville University (2) May 5 Florida State University - May 11 Florida State University May 12 Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr : mK. ' A ' % ' 4 4 4 ' 4.4 4m4 K- Tony Braddock Kale Albritton 4mt Ken Smedley 1 Ron James Bob Lee Cecil Hock .0 _ Steve Tsitouris w TI Darrell Fulton First row: Rissner, Fulton, Hawkins, Lee, James. Second rozv : Ritzie, Smedley, Tsitouris, Hock, Mutimer, Braddock. Third row: Duncan, Pavlus, Albritton, Gay, Holt, Hardee, Anderson. Junior Varsity Baseball Comprised mostly of freshmen, this year ' s JV squad has a formidable list of Junior College opponents. Coach Diehm is hoping to use the speed of the team to good advan- tage. If the enthusiasm with which the team practices is any indication of its athletic prowess, JV squad should have a fine season. wTHfJ Nick Diehm Coach Another run crosses the pLite as the catcher waits for the relay. First row: Jenks, Finn, Imming. Seco itl roii-: Teague, Richards, Asst. Coach; Troy, Hogan, Snively, Harner, Hagstrom. Top row: Dur- rance, Ledlow, Crawley, Wells, Keegan. ' t ' r i K ' I ,; 184 First Rciu : Martin, Kelsey, Rountree, Plant, Pietersz, Fisher, Vogelgesang. Second Row: Eisenchenk, Landrum, Jackson, Weidner, Reagan, Burkholder, Currie, Murphy. Third Row: Miller, Mgr. ; Becker, White, Fletcher, Brown, Archer, Carnie, Smith. Soccer Team Action — Jim Brown uses his head against Miami. Brilliant individual performances by Captain Tex Jackson and Goalie Bill Currie highlighted an other- wise average season for the Soccer Mocs. Jackson set an all-time FSC goal record and Currie set num- erous goal-tending marks. With some strong young players on the squad, experience will be the main drawback next year. Jackson, Currie, Pat Murphy and Frank Eisenchenk were named to all-FIC team. Tex Jackson Captain Standing: Entenza, Browne, DeSear. Slaughter, Zultowsky, Knight, Gordon, Ford. Knceimy: Doud. coxswain. Varsity Crew Hard hit by graduation last year, the Water Mocs have only four experienced oarsmen on hand to guide them through one of the toughest schedules in quite a few seasons. Their desire and willingness to work hard may result in a few upsets of their more experienced opponents. Some of the crews our oarsmen will row against this spring are Amherst, LaSalle, American University and Tampa. Water Mocs practicing for March 28th opener against A.I.C. Coach Bill Daniels James Sidwell, Mgr. Herb Ford, Captain i -S lK The key to success is hard wdik. Junior Varsity Crew Standing: Edge, Taylor, Laswell, Trathen, Hellton, Campbell, Hollis, Raney. Kneeling: Adams, coxswain. 187 Tennis Team Kneeling: Fox, Falconer, Watson, Moore. Standing: Jackson, Murphy, Hughes, Livesay, Thorne. K ot pictured: Watkinson. Golf Team Kneeling: Foote, Karnes, Richards, Chipman, Bates. Standing: Coach Wilde, Cobb, Cochonour, Graybeal, Hersey, Davidson. Women ' s Intramural Board Men ' s Intramural Board First row: Miss Cheatum, Yates, Carter, Dunson, Greenman, Anderson. Second row: Krauth, Lupo, Sinclair, Wickers, Wash. First row: Anderson, Perks, Polk, McKee, Weissman, Gainer, T. Richards, D. Rich- ards. Second roiv: Huber, Taylor, Mr. Morris, Cotton, Gay, Williams, Barton. Intramural Volleyball Champions First row: Nylander, Reynolds, Dreyer, Savage. Second row: Eubanks, Hamelryck, Jack Meyer, John Meyer. Missing: Mainwaring. All-Stars i ' K ' »Z " !♦!♦!« First row: Kahle, Mainwaring, Cotton, Gay, Dreyer. Second rote: Gordon, Anderson, Meyer, Herndon. Missing: Mullis, Gebhardt, Whalley. 190 Men ' s Intramural Football Champions KnciUng: Gordon. Pierandozzi, Williams, Murphy, Johnson, Bowers. Standing: Phillips, Bird, Wise, Fletcher, Eyman, Varner, Harrel. Not pictured: Smith. All-Stars Kneeling: Murphy, Gebhardt, Kahle, Anderson, Imming, Pavlus. Standing: Pierandozzi (MVP), Herndon, Abate, Ritzie, Richards, Gardner. 191 v C- •-■ fe- • - 1 % • %w First roiv: Toni Watkins, Helen Smith. Second roic: Joan Tyler, Judy Eppenberger, Sandi Vodvarka, Betty Langford. Women ' s Intramural Champions Left to right: Leslie Thune, Evie Hussey, Penny Waits, Terry Eggen, Jane Center, Nancy Cunard. ' j% ' ' . ' Teamwork as well as strong moral support enabled Kappa Delta to win this year ' s volleyball championship. Fine shooting from the field and foul line led Zeta Tau Alpha to the basketball championship over their taller opposition. g » • % » « ADMINISTRATION r»tBiiiaSN-flmraiii iicai ' -,-ii);rffram:jifflir ' ji i;-ii: ♦ - - ' ' ■♦- -4 ■■ •• • .• ' ♦•♦•1 . W - ' ■X • ' • «♦.%•♦ r-Kvv v. . ADMINISTRATION % ' ♦-« « ' %.«. CHARLES TINSLEY THRIFT, JR. President The Board of Trustees OFFICERS H.E.Wolfe. . . . Chairman E. J. Pendergrass . Vice-Chairman Harris G. Sims . . . Secretary E. C. McClurg . . . Treasurer R. L. ALLEN W. J. BARRITT, JR. R. H. BERG P. M. BOYD W. S. BOZEMAN MRS. T. G. BUCKNER C. M. COTTON J. H. DANIEL MRS. LOUISE D. DUNCAN L. DAY EDGE GEORGE A. FOSTER J. R. GRAVES SPESSARD L. HOLLAND R. C. HOLMES GAYLON L. HOWE J. VELMA KEEN E. C. McCLURG GLENN McCORMICK J. M. McLEOD ROBERT MITCHELL E. J. PENDERGRASS J. CARLISLE ROGERS JOHN T. ROOKS MRS. E. T. ROUX HARRIS G. SIMS ANGUS SUMNER CAMPBELL THORNAL MRS. DAVID R. THURMAN WARREN W. WILLIS H. E. WOLFE G. FLOYD ZIMMERMANN 199 J. BIRNEY GROSS Assistant to the President, Academic Affairs DAVID L. READDICK Assistant to the President, Business Affairs ERNEST L. SNODGRASS Assistant to the President OFF ADMINI HERBERT S. CHASE J ' ice President, Institutional Development CORNING FISK TOLLE Director, Community and Alumni Affairs ABNER L. HANSEN Dean of Students ) ijlf ' % ' -, ' %■% ' %■% :ers RATION ALTON RICHARD KINDRED Bursar GEORGE W. BAXTER, JR. Assistant Dean and Registrar LOUISE OWEEN SUMNER Librarian FRANK P. SZABO Director of Men HATTIE L. EICHOLTZ Dean of Women WILLIAM B. MUNDY Director of Admissions OTHER OFFICERS AND ASSISTANTS BEN H. McCONNELL, M.D. Director of Medical Servicer IDA P. MOODY Assistant Director of Placement Bureau LT. COL. ROBERT H. NEWBERRY Commanding Officer of R.O.T.C. VIRGINIA LOVE POINT Assistant Bursar DON W. CREWS Assistant to Dean of Students RAY J. CURTIS Administrative Assistant to the Dean E. R. RIEDEL Associate Director of Admissions MARGARET M. TAYLOR Director of Special Guidance CAROL ! I. ESAU Associate Director of Admissions IRENE ETTER Special Educational Services ROGER K. WILDE Assistant Dean of Students WILLIAM PAUL WILLE College Photographer GARFIELD EVANS Foreign Student Adviser O. B. FANNING Director of Neivs Bureau FRANCIS E. FOLAND Director, Department of Alumni Affairs FRANCIS L. LUCE Director of Religious Life 202 ROLAND D. ELDERKIN Director of Special Educational Services THOMAS H. GREENE Director of Intercollegiate Athletics ROBERT MacGOWAN Dean of Annie Pfeiffer Chapel ANNE MAYROSE Counselor, Freshman Women JAMES GORDON OGDEN, JR. Director of Special Services HAROLD WATERS Director of Publications FACULTY FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE LAKELAND ROBERT H. AKERMAN History K. C. ANDERSON Music P. ARNOLDS-PATRON Business Administration HENRY G. BARNETT English HERBERT E. BOOK History THOMAS BRIERLY Music DOWNING BARNITZ Art AUSTIN H. BEEBE Chemistry LUCILLE G. BUNN Home Economics JAMES O. BUSH Health, Physical Education FREDERICK W. BLOCK Mathematics OTYE B. BLY Library EGBERT A. CASE Mathematics BILLYE ANN CHEATUM Physical Education LAURA N. CLYATT Business Administration JOHN W. COOK Religion 203 FACULTY DOROTHY B. EUBANKS Religion HOWARD M. FIELD Biology A. F. FUGITT History J. B. FUNDERBURG, JR. Biology MAURICE J. DAVIS Education BANTON S. DOAK Industrial Arts JANETTE C. GARDNER Library SCOTT K. GIBSON Mathematics .MAURICE R. DODD Mathematics LOUISE EASTWOOD Library MACK GIEGER Military Science MARGARET L. GILBERT Biology C. F. EICKENBERG Biology ROLAND ELDERKIN Sociology THELMA H. ELLISON Home Economics _ , _ EARLE E. EMME % ' : ' Religion and Psychology ■ " 1 Florida Southern FACULTY College • Lakeland Y. GOLDSBOROUGH French MARIE GOUKER Library THOMAS H. GREENE Physical Education LOIS F. GROSS Director, Concert Choir J. E. HUTCHMAN Chemistry MILDRED S. IBBERSON Speech ADA P. HAMELRYCK Spanish EMILY HANCOCK Business Administration AGNES B. JOHNSON English EDWARD R. JOHNSON History SYLVIA S. HARDAWAY Psychology HORNELL HART Sociology JULIANA JORDAN German LILLIAN V. KELLEY Physical Education EDWARD C. KNIPPERS Business Administration CHARLES M. LAYMON Religion 205 FACULTY W. L. MATTHEWS Military Science ANNE MAYROSE Physical Education GEORGE MORRIS History HAROLD J. MORRIS Physical Education PIERCE LINK Psychology W. R. LINNEMAN English ANTHONY Q. MUSTOE Mathematics J. GORDON OGDEN, JR. Education i; DURWARD LONG Economics J. R. LOTT English ANN C. PEYTON English SARA C. PIATT Home Economics SAMUEL W. LUCE Physical Education WILLIAM R. LYLE Citrus ROBERT MacGOWAN Philosophy THOMAS B. MACK Citrus Florida Southern FACULTY College • Lakeland C. H. RAYNOR Mathematics SUZANNE S. REEVES Spanish W. P. REEVES, JR. English BERNHARD P. REINSCH Mathematics ANNE ROSELLE Music WALLACE T. RYAN Industrial Arts ROBERT G. RICHARDS Social Science DERREL C. ROBERTS History JOHN R. SANDBACH Spanish CESIDIO R. SIMBOLI Religion EDITH L. ROBERTS Education LEO L. ROCKWELL English HAROLD M. SMELTZLY Physical Education EARL D. SMITH Chemistry ESTHER G. SMITH Englis h JULIA W. SNOOK Education LYMAN B. VEEDER Business Administration HAROLD WATERS Journalism GRACE L. SNYDER Religion WILLIAM H. SPIVEY Music DAVID T. WIGGERS Military Science SUE E. WINSTON Economics DONNA STODDARD Art THOMAS B. SWANN English M. E. WOOTON, JR. Drama R. L. ZIMMERMAN English E. GRETCHEN TAYLOR Library LOUISE TEMPLETON Business Administration G. F. ZIMMERMANN, JR. Industrial Arts NORMAN B. THOMSON Business Administration THOMAS H. TYLER Director of Remedial Instruction FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE LAKELAND CLASSES CLASSES atvi-, ■ ; : ' .;■ ' j.r.TjwHMia THE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS HAROLD EUBANKS President JOHN CLOCKADALE Vice-President BARBARA BOND Secretarv-Treasitrer 4:4.- ' i- ' .. ' 4- ' - Claude William Abate Faye Perry Alderman James Everett Allen, Jr. Raymond A. Alley, Jr. Robert Edward Allison Kathleen Mayer Almand Manuel Jackson Alvrus Ann Delia Ambrose John Roger Ammerman Lance C. Anderson Martha Lynn Anderson Tommy F. Ashe Walter Russell August William J. Baird, Jr. Carolyn Joan Baldy William Monroe Ball Vineyard K. Ballard Nathaniel B. Ballantyne George Elliott Barber David Gerald Barnes Ronnie T. Barnes Dean Craig Barrett Phyllis Lee Barrett Susan Little Barrett Patricia O. Barringer First Row CLAUDE WILLL ' M ABATE . Glencove, New York B.S., Physical Education; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Epsilon Mu, Florida Academy of Sciences. FAYE PERRY ALDERMAN . . . Zolfo Springs, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education. JAMES EVERETT ALLEN, JR. . . Auburndale, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. RAYMOND A. ALLEY, JR Ocala, Florida B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Alpha, Supreme Court. ROBERT EDWARD ALLISON . . Lakeland, Florida B.S., Mathematics. KATHLEEN MAYER ALMAND . . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Biology ; Alpha Gamma Delta. MANUEL JACKSON ALVRUS . Bonita Springs, Fla. B.S., Education ; Phi Sigma Kappa. ANN DELIA AMBROSE Louisville, Kentucky B.S., Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Col- lege Union, S.F.E.A., Panhellenic, Political Union, Who ' s Who, Hall of Fame. JOHN ROGER AMMERMAN . . . Leesburg, Florida B.S., Industrial Arts ; Kappa Alpha. LANCE C. ANDERSON Bradenton, Florida B.S., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha. MARTHA LYNN ANDERSON . Hollywood, Florida B.S., Education; Concert Band, S.F.E.A., Methodist Student Movement. TOMMY F. ASHE Culleoka. Tennessee B.S., Biology. Pi Kappa Phi, Beta Beta Beta, Psi Chi, I.F.C., OAK, Who ' s Who. WALTER RUSSELL AUGUST . . Lakeland, Florida B. S., Science. WILLIAM J. BAIRD, JR Ontario, Canada A. B., Psychology; Theta Chi, Beta Beta Beta, Ps! Chi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Southern, I.F.C., OAK. CAROLYN JOAN BALDY . . Bradenton, Florida B.S., Psychology, M.S.M., Psi Chi. Fourth Row WILLIAM MONROE BALL . . Lakeland, Florida B.S., .Accounting. VINEYARD K. BALLARD . . . Clermont, Florida B.S., Business .-Idministration. NATHANIEL B. BALLANTYNE . . Bethel Park, Pa. B.S., Business; Kappa Sigma, Propellor Club, I.F.C., Delta Sigma Pi, Industrial Arts Club. GEORGE ELLIOTT BARBER . . Orlando, Florida B.S., Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi. DAVID GERALD BARNES .... Lakeland, Florida B.S., Accounting. Fifth Row RONNIE T. BARNES Homestead, Florida B.S., Business; Kappa Alpha. DEAN CRAIG BARRETT .... Lakeland, Florida B.S., Psychology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Political Union, B.S.U. PHYLLIS LEE BARRETT Ft. Myers, Florida A.B., Psychology; M.S.M., Psi Chi, Sigma Rho Epsilon. SUSAN LITTLE BARRETT . . . Lakeland, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; Phi Mu, S.F.E.A., Baptist Student Union. PATRICIA O. BARRINGER Concord, N. C. B.S., Elementary Education; Phi Mu, S.F.E.A., Pan- hellenic, M.S.M., Hall of Fame. No, I do NOT sing along with JMitch! SENIORS . . . 1962 Nancy Ellen Barrow- Edward Lee Barton, Jr. Donald R. Batchelder Sandra Creitz Bates James Frederick Bauhe 1 Clifford C. Beasley, Jr. Joan Carole Bechert Carol Sue Beuster Susan Deborah Bissell Jackie Marcus Blocker Walter H. Blomquist Barbara Joyce Bond Carol Lynn Jones Bond Robert Lloyd Boren Doris Pollv Bowdoin Michael J. Bowen Edward Ryan Boza Anthony J. Braddock Causey Julian Brady Bessie Lucille Brown Derrell Franklin Brown James Leeman Brownlee James Herman Bryant Robert Raymond Bugbee David Frost Bunch First Row NANCY ELLEN BARROW Columbus, Ohio B.S., Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi, Home Eco- nomics Club. EDWARD LEE BARTON, JR. . . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Physical Education; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon Mu. DONALD R. BATCHELDER .... Lakeland, Florida B.S., Business Administration. Delta Sigma Pi, Can- terbury Club, Sigma Tau Delta. SANDRA CREITZ BATES . . . Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Education; Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi. JAMES FREDERICK BAUBE . . . Mt. Vernon, Ohio B.S., Biology; Southerneer. Second Row CLIFFORD C. BEASLEY, JR. . . Gainesville, Fla. B.S., Physical Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Mu, Intramural Board. JOAN CAROLE BECHERT Islamorada, Fla. A.B., Languages ; Florida Academy of Science, .Ameri- can Chemical Society, W.S.G.A., Junior Adviser, Who ' s Who. CAROL SUE BEUSTER Kewanee, Illinois B.S., Speech, Education; Alpha Delta Pi, S.F.E.A. SUSAN DEBORAH BISSELL . . . Vero Beach, Florida B.S., Business Administration; Alpha Chi Omega, Junior .Adviser, Cap and Gown. JACKIE MARCUS BLOCKER Bartow, Fla. B.S., Business Administration ; Citrus Club. Third Row WALTER H. BLOMQUIST Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Speech; Southern. B. RB. RA JOYCE BOND Tampa, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; Phi Mu, M.S.M., S.F.E.A., Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer. CAROL LYNN JONES BOND .... Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Education; Alpha Delta Pi. ROBERT LLOYD BOREN Bartow, Fla. B.S., Accounting. DORIS POLLY BOWDOIN Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education. Fourth Row MICHAEL J. BOWEN .... Deerfield Beach, Fla. A.B., History; Vagabonds. EDWARD RYAN BOZA Key West, Florida A.B., History. ANTHONY J. BRADDOCK . . . North Bergen, N. J. B.S., Biology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Beta Beta Beta, Florida Academy of Science, Varsity Baseball. CAUSEY JULIAN BRADY Lakeland, Fla. B.S.f .Accounting. BESSIE LUCILLE BROWN Carrollton, Va. B.S., Business; Alpha Chi Omega, W.S.G.A., Cheer- leader, Who ' s Who, Hall of Fame, Coed Sponsor. Fifth Row DERRELL FRANKLIN BROWN . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Education, Industrial Arts. JAMES LEEM.AN BROWNLEE . . Jupiter, Florida B.S.. Education: Lambda Chi Alpha, M.S.M., Beta Beta Beta, Florida Academy of Science, Industrial Arts Club. JAMES HERMAN BRYANT . . . Columbus, Georgia B.S., Business; Pi Kappa Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, R.O.T.C. ROBERT RAYMOND BUGBEE . Winter Haven, Fla. A.B., Social Science; Gamma Sigma Chi, United Cam- pus Christian Fellowship. DAVID FROST BUNCH Lakeland, Florida B.S., Citrus; Pi Kappa Alpha, Citrus Club. ' •♦■ Gladys Racy Bursk Bernice Alene Cameron Elizabeth Anne Canfield Robert Gary Carbaugh Judy Ellen Carlin Everett Stanley Carter David Preston Cayce Clarisse L. Chamberlin John Arthur Clockadale Geraldine Jo Cocciardi Stephen Maris Cochran Howard Eugene Cody Elizabeth J. Coffey Judith Georgia Colburn Charles Bernard Colvin L M 2 218 -♦♦ ' ' Judith Anne Cork Patricia Ann Covello Glenda Carolyn Cox Martha Lynne Cox Troy Dwain Cox Lloyd Thomas Cunningham William Roy Currie Oliver Joseph Custead Judy Dance Anthony Peter Davidson l l 1 J First Row GLADYS RACY BURSK Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Psychology. BERNICE ALENE CAMERON . . Bartow, Florida B.S., Education: S.F.E.A. ELIZABETH ANNE CANFIELD . . Bolair, W. Va. A.B., Sociology; Baptist Student Union. ROBERT GARY CARBAUGH . . Tavares, Florida B.S., Chemistry ; American Chemical Society. JUDY ELLEN CARLIN Pittsburgh, Pa. B.S., Education. Second Row EVERETT STANLEY CARTER . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Kappa Alpha, Citrus Club. DAVID PRESTON CAYCE Bartow, Florida B.S., Business Administration. CLARISSE L. CHAMBERLIN .... Shelton, Conn. B.S., Journalism; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Delta Ep- silon. JOHN ARTHUR CLOCKADALE .... Apopka, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education. Pi Kappa Alpha, S.F.E.A., M.S.G.A., Crew, V. P. Senior Class. GERALDINE JO COCCIARDI .... Sarasota, Fla. B.S., Social Studies; Phi Mu, Cap and Gown, S.F.E.A., Pi Gamma Mu. Third Row STEPHEN MARIS COCHRAN . . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Mathematics; Pi Kappa Alpha, S.G.A., Canter- bury Club. HOWARD EUGENE CODY .... Orlando, Florida B.S., Economics; Kappa Alpha. ELIZABETH J. COFFEY .... Mechanicsburg, Ohio B.S., Elementary Education. JUDITH GEORGIA COLBURN . . Greensburg, Pa. B.S., Biology; Beta Beta Beta, Kappa Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, Vagabonds. CHARLES BERNARD COLVIN . . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Education. Fourth Row JUDITH ANNE CORK Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English; Phi Mu, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Tau Delta, Cap and Gown, S.F.E.A. PATRICIA ANN COVELLO . . . Babylon, New York A.B., Psychology, Journalism; Delta Zeta, Pi Delta Epsilon, W.S.G.A., The Southern. GLENDA CAROLYN COX .... Orlando, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, S.F.E.A. MARTHA LYNNE COX Sarasota, Florida B.S., Education; Alpha Delta Pi, S.F.E.A., Sigma Tau Delta, Cap and Gown, Kappa Delta Pi. TROY DWAIN COX Bradenton, Florida B.S., Psychology; Pi Kappa Alpha, I.F.C., Political Union, OAK, M.S.G.A., Who ' s Who, Hall of Fame. Fifth Row LLOYD T. CUNNINGHAM . Winter Haven, Fla. A.B., History; Gamma Sigma Chi. WILLIAM ROY CURRIE . . . Rochester, New York B.S., Business Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon. OLIVER JOSEPH CUSTEAD .... Plant City, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Citrus Club. JUDY DANCE Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Delta Pi, S.F.E.A. ANTHONY PETER DAVIDSON . Highland Park, 111. B.S., Economics; I.F.C., OAK, Tau Epsilon, Hall of Fame. 219 Myrtle Sue Davis Michael Angelo Defeen Janet Ann DeGaeta Donald Lloyd Dixon Frank Martin Drever Dennis DeWitt Driiry Alice E. Durick Jerry Merle Eaton Susan Lee Eckhardt Harry Virgil Edmonds Mona L. Edwards Nancy White Edwards Raymond Lewis Edwards Edward Alan Ellis Howard Lee Ellis Philip C. Elrod Dorothy Sue Endres Herbert Hilliard Enelow Gary Clyde English Judith L. Eppenberger 4 Harold Eugene Eubanks Brenda Kay Eudy Yvonne Marie Eynon Howard Edgar Farris Henry Joseph Feldman First Row MYRTLE SUE DAVIS Bartow, Florida B.S., Home Economics. MICHAEL ANGELO DEFEEN . . . Lakeland, Fla. I.B., Sociology; Pi Gamma Mu. JANET ANN DEGAETA .... Punta Gorda, Fla. B.S.. Education; Alpha Gamma Delta, S.F.E.A., Can- terbury, Beta Beta Beta. DONALD LLOYD DIXON Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration. FRANK MARTIN DREYER Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Economics; Delta Sigma Pi, Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon. Second Row DENNIS DEWITT DRURY Polk City, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; S.F.E.A. ALICE E. DURICK Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Education; Kappa Pi, S.F.E.A. JERRY MERLE EATON .... Allegany, New York B.S., Industrial Arts; Kappa Sigma. SUSAN LEE ECKHAR DT . Menomonee Falls, Wis. B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi Omega, S.F.E.A. HARRY VIRGIL EDMONDS .... Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration. Kappa Sigma. Third Row MONA L. EDWARDS .... Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. B.S., Home Economics ; Home Economics Club. NANCY WHITE EDWARDS . . . Bartow, Florida A.B., Journalism ; Alpha Chi Omega, Southern, Pi Delta Epsilon, Canterbury. RAYMOND L. EDWARDS . Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. A.B., Psychology ; Psychology Club. EDWARD ALAN ELLIS Auburndale, Fla. A.B., History; Southerneers, M.S.M., S.G.A., Gamma Sigma Chi. HOWARD LEE ELLIS Lakeland, Florida B.S., Business .Administration. Fourth Row PHILIP C. ELROD Lakeland, Florida B.S., Economics ; Delta Sigma Pi. DOROTHY SUE ENDRES . . . Haworth, New Jersey .4.B., Elementary Education; Alpha Delta Pi. HERBERT HILLIARD ENELOW . Lakeland, Fla. B.S.. C iemistry; American Chemical Society. GARY CLYDE ENGLISH Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Social Science; Kappa Alpha, S.G.A., Political. Union, Southern Staff, Who ' s Who, Hall of Fame. JUDITH L. EPPENBEKGER .... Sarasota, Fla. B.S., Home Economics; Kappa Delta, W.S.G.A., Home Economics Club. Fifth Row HAROLD EUGENE EUBANKS . . . Kailua, Hawaii B.S., Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BRENDA KAY EUDY Vero Beach, Florida B.S., Home Economies; Home Economics Club, S.F.E.A. YVONNE MARIE EYNON Bradenton, Fla. B.S., Home Economics. Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Pi, S.F.E.A. HOWARD EDGAR FARRIS .... Coleman, Florida B.S., Biology; Southerneers, Beta Beta Beta, Florida Academy of Science. HENRY JOSEPH FELDMAN .... Milwaukee, Wis. A.B., Speech; Kappa Sigma, Basketball Team. 221 Jean Fulford Samuel Alanson Fuller Gerald Wayne Gaddy Thomas Walter Gannawav Donna Lucille Gavin 222 % ♦% %% Warren Lester Gay Elaine Gemmell Marie Kelly Gibbons Carl Howard Giles Paul A. Gillis First Row RICHARD OLSEN FELTON .... Lakeland, Fla. ' .S., Accounting ; Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, OAK, Who ' s Who. THOMAS RICHARD FINDER . . Riviera Beach, Fla. B.S., Business Administration. DAVID RICHARD FLETCHER . . Orlando, Florida B.S.. Economics ; Sigma Chi, Junior Class President, Pep Club. REX GORDON FLYNN Essex, Iowa B.S., Psychology; Pi Kappa Phi, Psi Chi, Circle K. DENIS LOUIS FONTAINE .... Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration. Second Row CAROLYN RUTH FORD Lakewood, Fla. B.S., Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, S.F.E.A. EDWARD HERBERT FORD .... Key West, Fla. B.S., Education; Crew. JACK VERNON FOSSITT Maysville, Ky. A.B., Art; Sigma Tau Delta. CORLISS W. FREDERICK .... Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts. MYROLD JOSEPH FREER .... Poughkeepsie, N. Y. B.S., Business; Lambda Chi Alpha. Third Row JEAN FULFORD Plant City, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; S.F.E.A. SAMUEL ALANSON FULLER .... Plant City, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Citrus Club. GERALD WAYNE GADDY . . Jackson Springs, N. C. B.S., Accounting ; Kappa Alpha, Hall of Fame. Marjorie Jackson Glider George Thomas Govignon Gary Edward Gschwind Frances Ann Hackney Elizabeth Hills Hager r THOMAS WALTER GANNAWAY . Orlando, Fla. A.B., History, Government; Pi Kappa Phi, Debate Team. DONNA LUCILLE GAVIN Dover, Florida B.S., Accounting ; Baptist Student Union. Fourth Row WARREN LESTER GAY Lakeland, Fla. B.S.. Education. ELAINE GEMMELL Haines City, Fla. A.B., Music; Organ Guild, Baptist Student Union, Southern Staff. MARIE KELLY GIBBONS . . . Winchester, Indiana B.S., Elementary Education; Delta Zeta. CARL HOWARD GILES Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Journalism. PAUL A. GILLIS St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Biology. Fifth Row MARJORIE JACKSON GLIDER . . Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S.J English, Education; Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, S.F.E.A., Cap and Gown. GEORGE THOMAS GOVIGNON . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business; Pi Kappa Alpha, Canterbury, Crew, Soccer. GARY EDWARD GSCHWIND . Ft. Mitchell, Ky. B.S., Education; Sigma Tau Delta, Kappa Delta Pi. FRANCES ANN HACKNEY .... Ft. Pierce, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Intramural Board. ELIZABETH HILLS HAGER .... Venice, Florida A.B., English; Alpha Gamma Delta. 223 Only one boy ? American males, Arise ! Russell F. Handy, Jr. Marjorie Ann Hardin Robert B. Hardy, Jr. George L. Harrell, III Linda Jo Harrell 1 Charles Thomas Harriman Richard Edwin Harvin Richard J. Hazen Robert Henry Heath Thomas Ruth Hencey, III Gwendolyn Morgan Henley Barney M. Herndon, Jr. David Mario Hill Irwin Parvy Hill Nancy Ruth Hogarth 3 SENIORS Leave at least an eighth inch. I want a ducktail. 1962 % % ♦ James Robert Holyfield Robin Hansel Hooker Arlene Carolyn Houser David Joseph Huff Joan Shirley Huff Thomas Arthur Hughes Norman Loyal Hull Elizabeth Joanne Hunter Mathilda Arabs Irvine Larry Keith Jackson First Row RUSSELL F. HANDY, JR Opa Locka, Fla. !.S., Departmental Science. Theta Chi, S.F.E.A., Po- litical Union, American Chemical Society. MARJORIE ANN HARDIN .... Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Enfflis i: Alpha Psi Omega. ROBERT B. HARDY. JR St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Business J J ministration; Kappa Sigma Kappa. GEORGE L. HARRELL .... Immokalee, Florida A.B., History; Lambda Chi Alpha, Booster Club. LINDA JO HARRELL Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; Delta Zeta, S.F.E.A. Second Row CHARLES THOMAS HARRIMAN, Ponce, Puerto Rico B.S., Economics ; Psi Chi, Sigma Chi, Counselor. RICHARD EDWIN HARVIN Sanford, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Pi Kappa Alpha, Citrus Club. RICHARD J. HAZEN Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Accounting. ROBERT HENRY HEATH Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business; Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Young Democrats. THOMAS RUTH HENCEY, III . . . Plant City, Fla. B.S., Mathematics. Third Row GWENDOLYN MORGAN HENLEY . HiUsboro, Mo. B.S., Psychology; Alpha Omicron Pi, Psi Chi, Kappa Pi. BARNEY M. HERNDON, JR. . . . Lake Wales, Fla. B.S., Business ; Pi Kappa Alpha. DAVID MARLO HILL . . .. Montgomery, Alabama B.S., Business Administration. 225 IRWIN PARVY HILL St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Psychology; Tau Epsilon Phi, I.F.C., M.S.G.A., Psi Chi. NANCY RUTH HOGARTH .... Palm Beach, Fla. A.B., Psychology; Alpha Chi Omega, Psi Chi. Fourth Row JAMES ROBERT HOLYFIELD . . Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Accounting ; Delta Sigma Pi. ROBIN HANSEL HOOKER . . Haines City, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha, Pep Club. ARLENE CAROLYN HOUSER . . Miami, Florida B.S., Home Economics ; Home Economics Club. DAVID JOSEPH HUFF Cincinnati, Ohio B.S., Business Administration ; Sigma Chi. JOAN SHIRLEY HUFF Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S. Elementary Education; S.F.E.A. Fifth Row THOMAS ARTHUR HUGHES . . . New York, N. Y. .4.B., Journalism ; Phi Sigma Kappa, Pi Delta Epsilon, Tennis, Southern, Westminster Fellowship. NORMAN LOYAL HULL Evansville, Wis. B.S., Psychology; Kappa Sigma, Psi Chi, M.S.M., S.F.E.. ., Supreme Court. ELIZABETH J. HUNTER . West Alexander, Pa. B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi Omega, S.F.E.. ., Panhellenic. MATHILDA AMBS IRVINE .... Redlands, Calif. B.S., Education; Alpha Chi Omega, S.F.E.A. LARRY KEITH JACKSON Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Citrus Club, Soil Conservation Society. William W. T. Jackson Leonard Nelson James Billy Ray Johnson Joie Robert Johnson Loris Eldon Johnson Malcolm John Johnson Matilda E. Johnston John David Jones, Jr. Patricia Adele Jones Sylvia Virginia Jones William Foster Jones Chris James Kallas Thomas John Kaplan Michael F. Kennev Dan Edwards Kinsev 226 Leah H. Kirkpatrick Edward Jon Kolaska Betty Mabry Kohlstedt Lawrence Lynn Kramer Sandra Lee Krumroy Herman John Kuhnert, Jr. Walter Allen Lampman Frank Jackson Landers Charles W. Lockwood David Raymond Louer First Row WILLL ' M W. T. JACKSON . . . Waterville, Maine B.S., Businrss; Sigma Phi Epsilon. LEONARD NELSON JAMES Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Education; Soil Conservation Society. BILLY RAY JOHNSON Lak eland, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts; Gamma Sigma Chi, Chi Alpha, Industrial Arts Club, S.F.E.A. JOIE ROBERT JOHNSON Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Economics. LORIS ELDON JOHNSON Plant City, Fla. A.B., Social Studies. Second Row MALCOM JOHN JOHNSON .... Vero Beach, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha. M. TILDA E. JOHNSTON ... San Jose, Costa Rica B.S.. Secretarial; Delta Zeta. JOHN DAVID JONES, JR Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Business; Pi Kappa Alpha, M.S.G.A., Young Democrats. PATRICIA ADELE JONES Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Religion; Cap and Gown, M.S.M., Who ' s Who. SYLVIA VIRGINIA JONES Miami, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U., S.F.E.A. Third Row WILLIAM FOSTER JONES Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Journalism; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Delta Epsilon. CHRIS JAMES KALLAS .... Poughkeepsie, N. Y. B.S., Science: Lambda Chi Alpha, Beta Beta Beta, Florida . cademv of Science, Supreme Court, Political Union, Who ' s Who. THOMAS JOHN KAPLAN . . Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Economics. Phi Sigma Kappa. MICHAEL F. KENNEY Flushing, N. Y. B.S., Business Administration. DAN EDWARDS KINSEY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Citrus. Fourth Row LEAH H. KIRKPATRICK Columbus, Ohio A.B., Psychology; Delta Zeta, Psi Chi. EDWARD JON KOLASKA Union, N. J. B.S.. Business Administration; Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Delta Epsilon, OAK, Psi Chi, I.F.C., Senate, Who ' s Who. BETTY MABRY KOHLSTEDT . . Concord, N. C. A.B., History; Sigma Sigma Sigma. LAWRENCE L. KRAMER . . West Palm Beach, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Epsilon Phi, S.F.E.A. SANDRA LEE KRUMROY . . . Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club. Fifth Row HERMAN JOHN KUHNERT, JR. . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Biology. WALTER ALLEN LAMPMAN . Ancramdale, N. Y. B.S., Music Education; Theta Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, M.E.N.C. FRANK JACKSON LANDERS Miami, Fla. A.B., Philosophy, M.S.M. CHARLES W. LOCKWOOD Bartow, Fla. B.S., Education. RAYMOND DAVID LOUER Syracuse, N. Y. B.S., Business; Lambda Chi Alpha. Don ' t ask questions, Private, just order 25 more boxes of Ocean Spray. Watch out for the motorcycle cop behind the last billboard. SENIORS . . . 1962 Arnold Edward Lynn Alan Irving Maclean James David Maffett Glen John Maggie John Thurston Martin 1 Robert Andrew Martin William McCracken Juanita Hope McCurdy Gary Lynn McKee Melinda Mclnturff William James McLain Michael M. Merritt Herbert Stanley Miller Mary Whidden Monroe Beverly Ann Moore 228 % ' % ' •% Gene Allen Moretz Mary Ann Motes Patrick Peter Murphy John Glenn Mutimer Luelen E lizabeth Neher Jerry George Nestos Reginald A. Neuwien, Jr. Robert Gunther Newcombe Woodie James Pace, Jr. Johnny Dewaine Pavlus First Row ARNOLD EDWARD LYNN . . . South Orange, N. J. B.S., Business Administration; Tau Epsilon Phi, Soc- cer, Intramural Board. ALAN IRVING MACLEAN ... St. Petersburg, Fla B.S., Psychology: Pi Kappa Phi, Psi Chi, M.S.G.A. JAMES DAVID MAFFETT Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Art, English. GLEN JOHN MAGGIO Westfield, N. J. B.S., Economics ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JOHN THURSTON MARTIN . . . Avon Park, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Sigma, B.S.U. Second Row ROBERT ANDREW MARTIN .... Lakeland, Fla. B.S.. Physical Education; Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIAM W. McCRACKEN .... Aberdeen, S. D. B.S., Art; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JUANITA HOPE McCURDY Calhoun, Ga. B.S., Physical Education; Alpha Omicron Pi. GARY LYNN McKEE Schenectady, N. Y. B.S., Physical Education ; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MELINDA McINTURFF Bethesda, Md. B.S., Business Education; Alpha Delta Pi, S.F.E.A., W.S.G.. ., Etiquette Committee. Third Row WILLIAM JAMES McLAIN Brooklyn, Iowa B.S., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi, Delta Sigma Phi. MICHAEL M. MERRITT Waterford, Pa. B.S., Business Administration. HERBERT STANLEY MILLER . . . Bradenton, Fla. B.S., Business; Crew. MARY WHIDDEN MONROE .... Bradenton, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; S.F.E.A. BEVERLY ANN MOORE Peekskill, N. Y. B.S., Home Economics: S.F.E..- ., Home Economics Club. Fourth Row GENE ALLEN MORETZ Bristol, Virginia B.S., Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. MARY ANN MOTES Leesburg, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, S.F.E.A. PATRICK PETER MURPHY Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Physical Education; Tau Epsilon Phi, Soccer. JOHN GLENN MUTIMER Rockford, Illinois B.S., Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LUELEN ELIZABETH NEHER Liberty- Corner, N. J. B.S., Elementary Education; Delta Zeta. Fifth Row JERRY GEORGE NESTOS Franklin, Pa. B.S., Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha, Southern, Pi Delta Epsilon, Political Union, I.F.C. REGINALD A. NEUWIEN, JR Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Physical Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ROBERT G. NEWCOMBE Haines City, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Phi. WOODIE JAMES PACE, JR Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Secondary Education. JOHNNY DEWAINE PAVLUS . Miami Shores, Fla. B.S., Economics; Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi. 229 That ' s 250 calories apiece girls. Gordon Gerald Payne Rebekah Lucy Perrow Pamela Jane Perry- Carroll Frank Peterson Marylou Pfeffcr Gwendolyn E. Phillips Joyce Schaffer Phillips Michael Rand Phillips Barbara Joan Pierpoint John Maxime Plant, Jr. Charles Michael Polk, Jr. Benny Lamar Pollock Lloyd Arthur Price Donna Lee Privette Judith Elaine Pullen 230 Sara Hughes Putnam Vernon Evans Queen Edward Donald Rais Samuel Claude Rawls Joan Terry Ray 4 James Richard Reinking Ruth Louise Rhoades Maxine Thompson Ridge Harry Wayne Roberts James Emmett Roper, Jr. First Row GORDON GERALD PAYNE . Girard Pennsylvania B.S., Mathematics REBEKAH LUCY PERROW Inverness, Fla. A.B., French, English; Southernettes. PAMELA JANE PERRY Tampa, Florida B.S., Psychology; Psi Chi. C. RROLL FR.ANK PETERSON . Nokomis, Florida B.S.. Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha MARYLOU PFEFFER . . . Indianapolis, Indiana B.S., Education; Alpha Chi Omega, S.F.E.A. Cheer- leader. Second Row GWENDOLYN E. PHILLIPS .... Cotuit, Mass. B.S., Physical Education: Southernettes. JOYCE SCHAFFER PHILLIPS . . Cambridge, Md. B.S., Elementary Education; Delta Zeta, S.F.E.A. MICHAEL RAND PHILLIPS . . . Vero Beach, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Lambda Chi . Ipha, M.S.G.A. BARBAR. JO. N PIERPOINT . Wichita, Kansas B.S., Physical Education: Delta Delta Delta, Phi Epsilon Mu, Cap and Gown. JOHN MAXIME PLANT, JR. . . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S. Political Science; Pi Kappa Alpha. CHARLES MICHAEL POLK, JR. . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. BENNY LAMAR POLLOCK . . . Plant City, Fla. A.B., Social Studies; Pi Kappa Phi. LLOYD ARTHUR PRICE Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club. DONNA LEE PRIVETTE ... Ft. Myers, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Cap and Gown, Sigma Tau Delta, Interlachen Staff, S.F.E.A., Who ' s Who. JUDITH ELAINE PULLEN .... Louisville, Ky. A.B., English; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Interlachen, Pi Delta Epsilon, S.F.E.A. Fourth Row SARA HUGHES PUTNAM B.S., Education. Bartow, Florida VERNON EVANS QUEEN . . . Plant City, Florida B.S., Economics. EDWARD DONALD R. IS Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Industrial Arts; Lambda Chi Alpha. SAMUEL CLAUDE RAWLS ... Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S., Speech: Sigma Chi, Vagabonds, Circle K, Po- litical Union, Young Democrats. JO. N TERRY RAY .... Nashua, New Hampshire B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, S.F.E.A. J. MES RICHARD REINKING . Spring Lake, Mich. B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, Propeller Club, Canterbury, Civitan. RUTH LOUISE RHOADES .... Miami, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, S.F.E.A. M. XINE THOMPSON RIDGE . Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education. HARRY WAYNE ROBERTS A.B., Social Studies. Lakeland, Fla. JAMES EMMETT ROPER, JR., Winter Garden, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Pi Kappa Alpha. 231 Joycf Parnell Roy Edward Allen Rubin Robert Watson Rule Florence Cooke Sackett Robert Edward Schevers George Courtney Schmid Timothy Collins Scobie Anne Caroline Selden Elinor Evelyn Sellers Charles Andrew Shannon Joy Rucks Shepard Susan Lee Sherry Sybil S. Shoemaker Richard Francis Simmel Marlin Harold Simon 232 % % Belinda Lourena Sims Mary Earle Sloan Grady Harold Smith Gloria Jane Smith Harry Word Smith 4 James Braxton Smith Robert Eugene Smith, Jr. Charles E. Snellgrove, Jr. Katherine L. Sousely James Mclver Speights JOYCE PARNELL ROYAL Dunedin, Florida B.S., Chemistry; M.S.M., American Chemical Society. EDWARD ALLEN RUBIN .... Great Neck, N. Y. B.S., Economics ; Tau Epsilon Phi. ROBERT WATSON RULE . . Pompano Beach, Fla. B.S., Journalism; Pi Delta Epsilon, Civitan. FLORENCE COOKE S. ' CKETT . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; Phi Mu. ROBERT EDWARD SCHEVERS . . Northbrook, 111. B.S., Business; Kappa Sigma, Young Democrats, Pro- pellor Club. Second Row GEORGE COURTNEY SCHMID . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S.. Accounitng. TIMOTHY ' COLLINS SCOBIE .... Umatilla, Fla. B.S., Business; Pi Kappa Alpha, Political Union, Soc- cer, President Senior Class. ANNE CAROLINE SELDEN .... Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Home Economics; Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pi Delta Epsilon, Interlachen, R.O.T.C. Sponsor, Home Eco- nomics Club. ELINOR EVELYN SELLERS .... Orlando, Florida B.S., Education: . lpha Delta Pi, Political Union, Sigma Tau Delta, Cap and Gown, Pi Gamma Mu, Kappa Delta Pi, Who ' s Who. CHARLES A. SHANNON B.S., Education. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. JOY RUCKS SHEPARD Ft. Meade, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi. SUSAN LEE SHERRY Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi Omega, S.F.E.A., Hall of Fame. SYBIL S. SHOEMAKER Venice, Florida B.S., Elementary Education; Delta Zeta, Kappa Pi, S.F.E.A., Canterbury Club, Coed Sponsor, Hall of Fame. RICHARD FRANCIS SIMMEL . . . Stamford, Conn. B.S., Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi, Crew. MARLIN HAROLD SIMON Tavernier, Fla. B.S., Biology; Pi Kappa Phi, Beta Beta Beta. Fourth Row BELINDA LOURENA SIMS . . . Port Richey, Fla. B.S., Education; Vagabonds, Sigma Rho Epsilon, M.E.N. C, B.S.U. MARY EARLE SLOAN Lakeland, Florida A.B., Art; Kappa Delta, Kappa Pi, Canterbury, Cap and Gown, Kappa Delta Pi. GRADY HAROLD SMITH Plant City, Fla. B.S., Education; Pi Kappa Phi, S.F.E.A., American Chemical Society, Beta Beta Beta. GLORIA JANE SMITH ...... Ft, Meade, Florida B.S., Elementary Education, Sociology. HARRY WORD SMITH Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Education; Kappa Delta Pi, S.F.E.A. Fifth Row JAMES BRAXTON SMITH .... Bradenton, Fla. B.S., Business; Crew. ROBERT EUGENE SMITH, JR. . . Bradenton, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Alpha. CHARLES E. SNELLGROVE. JR. . . . Ft. Pierce, Fla. A.B. Psychology; Pi Kappa Alpha, Psi Chi. K.ATHERINE L. SOUSELY . . . Daytona Beach, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Gamma Delta, S.F.E.A. JAMES McIVER SPEIGHTS Miami, Fla. A.B., English; Southerneers, M.S.M. 233 Walter Sims Stearns Judith S. Stewart Zella Swartsel Stiles Margaret Vass Stockard Bonnie Carol Stocking Thomas P. Strickland Eugene Dale Stuerman Anne P. Sullivan Donald Laine Tabb Oliver Franklin Taylor Betty Jo Tea Millard L. Thigpen Carl Jarrett Thompson John Ross Thompson Robert Hugh Tolle 234 % » % • • IL .IJFmk Elmer John Trufant Marian Daye Turville Joan Theresa Tyler Donn Leslie Ulrey Billy E. Valentine, Jr. Donald Dare Vandenburgh Charlyne Doris Van Ness Anita Tilton Wacha Robert Kenneth Walker Marie A. Watkins First Row WALTER SIMS STEARNS . . . Atlanta, Georgia R.S., Buslnrss. Kappa Alpha. JUDITH S. STEWART ... St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Elementary Edueation; Alpha Omicron Pi. ZELLA SWARTSEL STILES . . . Haines City, Fla. A.B., English. MARGARET VASS STOCKARD . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Elementary Edueation; Kappa Delta, S.F.E.A., Cap and Gown, Kappa Delta Pi, Canterbury, Inter- faith Council. BONNIE CAROL STOCKING . . . Chicago, Illinois B.S., Elementary Edueation; Alpha Chi Omega. Second Row THOMAS P. STRICKLAND . . . Tallahassee, Fla. B.S., Eeonomies. EUGENE DALE STUERMAN . . . Clearwater, Fla. B.S., Business Administration; Delta Sigma Pi, Pi Gamma Mu. ANNE P. SULLIVAN Ft. Myers, Florida A.B., English; Alpha Omicron Pi, Southern, Pi Delta Epsilon, Sigma Tau Delta. DONALD LAINE TABB Ruskin, Florida B.S., Business Administra tion : Sigma Chi, Political Union, Delta Sigma Pi, Young Democrats, I.F.C. OLIVER TAYLOR Kathleen. Florida A.B., Religion; Gamma Sigma Chi. Third Row BETTY JO TEAGLE West Palm Beach, Fla. B.S., Elementary Edueation: S.F.E.A., Sigma Rho Epsilon. MILLARD L. THIGPEN Alachua, Florida B.S. Business: Pi Kappa Alpha, I.F.C, M.S.G.A. CARL JARRETT THOMPSON ... Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Physieal Education ; Sigma Chi. JOHN ROSS THOMPSON .... Winter Haven, Fla. B.S., Citrus Production; Citrus Club, R.O.T.C, Rifle Team. ROBERT HUGH TOLLE Orlando, Florida B.S., Citrus: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Citrus Club. Fourth Row ELMER JOHN TRUFANT . New Port Richey, Fla. A.B., Social Science; Pi Kappa Phi. MARIAN DAYE TURVILLE .... Clermont, Fla. B.S., Business Administration. JOAN THERESA TY ' LER .... Thomasville, Ga. A.B., Speech; Kappa Delta, Political Union, Pi Delta Epsilon, Interlachen, Hall of Fame. DONN LESLIE ULREY Oviedo, Florida B.S., Citrus Production: Kappa Alpha. BILLY E. VALENTINE, JR Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business; Lambda Chi Alpha. DONALD D. VANDENBURGH . Garden City, N. Y. .4.B., Speech, Drama; Alpha Psi Omega, Vagabonds. CHARLYNE DORIS VAN NESS . . Hernando, Fla. B.S., Home Economies ; Home Economics Club, M.S.M. ANITA TILTON WACHA . . . Jensen Beach, Fla. B.S.. Elementary Education ; Kappa Delta Pi. ROBERT KENNETH WALKER . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business Administration. MARIE A. WATKINS Lake Alfred, Florida B.S., Elementary Edueation; S.F.E.A., Kappa Delta, Dolphins. 235 pflj % JibhK ' " f t I know this is silly, but what chi we do with it? SENIORS Donald Gerald Webb Larry Eugene Webb Jane West Richard Lloyd Whalley Lois Ida Wheeler 1 Kenneth Everett White Wyman Lee Wilkerson Charles Burton Williams Dean Louis Williams Linda Sherry Williams Margy Lee H. Williams Mary Elizabeth Williams Joe F. Wilson John James Wilson Willis Wink, Jr. 236 . « . % ■ 4 . » ■ » Jean Wells Winn Kendall Maurice Winter Clara Belle Wise Ellyn Joy Wiseman Thomas Edward Wood Elizabeth Jane Worley Marilynn Elaine Wright William M. Yelvington Ervin Leroy Young Charles J. Youngblood First Row DONALD GERALD WEBB Lake Wales, Fla. B.S., Accounting. LARRY EUGENE WEBB Eaton Park, Fla. A.B., Psychology; Gamma Sigma Chi, M.S.M. JANE WEST Shreveport, La. B.S., Elementary Education. Alpha Gamma Delta, Cantcrliury, S.F.E.A. RICHARD LLOYD WHALLEY .... Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Journalism, History; Sigma Chi, Basketball In- terlachen, Who ' s Who, O K, Pi Gamma Mu. LOIS IDA WHEELER Dover, Fla. B.S., Education. Second Row KENNETH EVERETT WHITE .... Rutland, Vt. B.S., Business, Economics ; Kappa Sigma. WYMAN LEE WILKERSON Fairmont, N. C. .4.B., Sociology. CHARLES BURTON WILLIAMS . . . Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Citrus. DEAN LOUIS WILLIAMS ... St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Physical Education: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Mu. LINDA SHERRY WILLIAMS . . . Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Secretariat; Phi Mu, M.S.M. Third Row MARGY LEE H. WILLIAMS Ft. Myers, Fla. B.S., Business Education. MARY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS . . Bradenton, Fla. B.S.. Education; S.F.E.A. JOE F. WILSON Lakeland, Florida A.B., Social Science. JOHN JAMES WILSON St. Petersburg, Fla. B.S., Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. WILLIS WINK, JR Eggertsville, N. Y. B.S., Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, M.S.G.A. Fourth Row JEAN WELLS WINN Lakeland, Fla. A.B., History. KENDALL MAURICE WINTER . . . Palmetto, Fla. B.S., History. CLARA BELLE WISE Jacksonville, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education; S.F.E.A., Sigma Rho Ep- silon. ELLYN JOY WISEMAN Abington, Pa. B.S., Political Science: Kappa Delta, S.G.A., Young Republicans, M.S.M., Kappa Delta Pi, Cap and Gown, Political Union, Who ' s Who. THOMAS EDWARD WOOD Mulberry, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Citrus Club, Soil Conservation So ' ciet -. Fifth Row ELIZABETH JANE WORLEY . . . Homestead, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education. Alpha Delta Pi, S.F.E.A., Canterbury Club. MARILYNN ELAINE WRIGHT . . . Lakeland, Fla. A.B., English; Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhellenic. WILLIAM M. YELVINGTON Hastings, Fla. B.S., Business .-Id ministration; Pi Kappa Phi, Delta Sigma Pi. ERVIN LEROY YOUNG Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Business. CHARLES J. YOUNGBLOOD Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Citrus; Kappa Alpha, Citrus Club, Soil Conser- vation SocieU ' . 237 THE JU NIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRANK IVEY President SANDI VODVARKA Vice-President PAULA WHAN Secretary-Treasurer Row I CAROLYN ALBERT Dania, Florida GALE ALDERMAN Geneva, Ohio JERRY PAUL ALEXANDER Naples, Florida JULIETTE ALLEN Greenwich, Connecticut ROBERT GLENN ALLEN Naples, Florida SUSAN LINDSEY AMEISEN .... Ft. Lauderdale, Florida CHARLES EDWARD ANDERSON .... Avon Park, Florida DOROTHY JEAN ANSPACH Brookville, Indiana I sat in what? Row 2 HAYS L. ARNOLD, JR Thomaston, Georgia CHARLES JACOB AX, JR. . . . West Chester, Pennsylvania LLOYD R. BAGGETT, JR Pleasantville, New York SEBURN EUGENE BAKER, JR Lakeland, Florida MARTHA ANN BALLEW Joplin, Missouri CARLOTTA SUE BAUBE Mt. Vernon, Ohio JEFFREY DEAN BAXTER Winter Haven, Florida MARCIA ELIZABETH BEALLE Lakeland. Florida Row 3 JOHN CHARLES BEARDEN Eglin A.F.B., Florida DANIEL ROBERT BEISTEL Oviedo, Florida BONNIE LEE BELLOC Sarasota, Florida THOMAS O. BERRYHILL, JR Ft. Lauderdale, Florida WILLIAM E.MIL BEYE Ft. Lauderdale, Florida HENRY EMILIO BISTER Plant Cit -, Florida MARION F. BLACKWELL Mulberry, Florida WILLIAM ARTHUR BLOCK Lakeland, Florida 239 JUNIORS Row 1 ELIZABETH ANN BLOUNT Lakeland, Florida JAMES MICHAEL BONE Eaton Park, Florida ROBERT CHANDLER BOWDEN Ft. Myers, Florida ROBERT KELLY BOWDEN . ' Lakeland, Florida RALPH BOWERS Bartow, Florida BETTY CARROLL BOYD Ft. Myers, Florida JOAN LUCILLE BRINN Pompano Beach, Florida LINDA STILES BROPHY Lakeland, Florida Well, it ' s not Picasso — but Row 2 ARTHUR WAYNE BROWN Safety Harbor, Florida DAVID LAMAR BROWN Mt. Dora, Florida DONNA MARIE BROWN Winter Haven, Florida JAMES LLOYD BROWN Hialeah, Frolida JAMES LINDLEY BRUBAKER ... Ft. Lauderdale, Florida FRED CLIFTON BRYSON, JR. . . . Brevard, North Carolina GEORGIANNA BUNCH Lakeland, Florida FREDERIC FRANCIS BUNGE .... Downers Grove, Illinois Row 3 CHARLES MARVIN BURRIS Lake City, Florida JACOB C. CAFLISCH III Sarasota, Florida SUE ELLEN CAGLE Lakeland, Florida DOLORES JEFFRIES CANADY Lakeland, Florida MARY LINDA CANOVA Jacksonville, Florida JUDITH ANNETTE CARLTON .... Jacksonville, Florida CAROL JEAN CARNAHAN Ormond Beach, Florida DONALD ROSS CARNIE Milton, Massachusetts 240 » %- Row 1 LEWIS CARROLL, JR Mt. Dora, Florida NANCY JEANNE CASTLE York, South Carolina ROBERT EARL CHANDLER Lakeland, Florida DAVID HOLLAND CHASE Harmony, Rhode Island SUZANNE HOPE CHILDERS Valrico, Florida JAMES W. CHURCHWELL Bartow, Florida FREDERICK ROY CLEMENS . . . Grand Rapids, Michigan JACQUELINE C. CLIETT Wauchula, Florida Row 2 ROBERT BRYAN COCHONOUR Casey, Illinois LAURA JANE COMFORT Coral Gables, Florida LAURA JANE COMPTON Lakeland, Florida MILDRED J. CONNER Davenport, Florida CYNTHIA ELIZABETH COOK Lakeland, Florida EDWARD ARNOLD COOK Orlando, Florida ELIZABETH SUE COOPER River Forest, Illinois HULLIAN D. COTTON Frostproof, Florida Row 3 GAIL JANIS COUNCIL Ruskin, Florida MARGARET ELLEN COZENS Hollywood, Florida RASELY BARD CRAWFORD Ft. Myers, Florida WALTON NELSON CREWS, JR Avon Park, Florida JO HANNAH CROW Scottsville, Kentucky NANCY JANE CUNARD Almonesson, New Jersey BARBARA GRACE CYBUL Jacksonville, Florida JULIA MAE DARLING Orlando, Florida Row 4 LARRY TERRELL DAVIS Winter Haven, Florida MARY JACQUELINE DAVIS Orlando, Florida PEGGY JOYCE DAVISON Orlando, Florida NANCY JANE DENYES Lynnhaven, Virginia BETTY DIANNE DERRER North Miami, Florida NICHOLAS CARL DEYOUNG Clearwater, Florida WILLIAM H. DOPPELHEUER Lakeland, Florida ALLENE ELEANOR DOUGLASS Lakeland, Florida 241 JUNIORS Row 1 WILLIAM THOMAS DRYDEN . . . Winter Haven, Florida DALE HOWARD DUMAS St. Petersburg, Florida JACK RICHARD DUNCAN, JR. . . Greenville, South Carolina SANDRA LEE DUNSON Orlando, Florida ALLEN ROSS DWYER Tampa, Florida FRANK EISENSCHENK Winter Haven, Florida ALLEN FLOYD ELLIS Ft. Myers, Florida ROSEMARY ELLIS Tavernier, Florida Good Lord, what ' s that thumb doing in there? itiaijii-: Row 2 JULIA MARIE ELSWICK Grundy, Virginia JOHN EDWIN ENGLISH Alva, Florida SONYA MAE ENNIS Brewerton, New York THOMAS M. ENTENZA, JR Jacksonville, Florida BONNIE GAIL ESMEIER .... North Palm Beach, Florida EDITH MARGARET EWALD Dunedin, Florida BERNARD LEONARD FAIRMAN . . . Riviera Beach, Florida NANCY K. FASENFELD Boca Raton, Florida Row 3 JOAN KAY FISHER Bridgeton, New Jersey DON LOWELL FLETCHER Palo Alto, California JOHN JOSEPH FLETCHER Lake Wales, Florida JUDITH ESTHER FLOYD Haines City, Florida JEROME GEORGE FOJTIK Winter Haven, Florida THOMAS J. FORD, JR Lakeland, Florida JOANNE LANGBEIN FRANKS .... Auhurndale, Florida FRANCES EVELYN FREIMUTH Rcddick Florida hU Y; Row 1 MARILYN ANN FRYER Lakeland, Florida MICHAEL LOUIS GALBREATH Dania, Florida SALLY SUE GALT Clermont, Florida TERRENCE JOHN GARION Ft. Lee, New Jersey JERRY WILLIAM GASKINS Orlando, Florida EDGAR WILLIAM GAY Lakeland, Florida JERRY BRANDT GEBHARDT Pekin, Illinois ROBERT H. GILLIAM, JR Tampa, Florida Row 2 LOUIS A. GIRARDIN, III Ft. Myers, Florida CHARLES JOHN GISLER Orlando, Florida RICHARD HENRY GOODELL . . . Madeira Beach, Florida BEVERLY JOAN GOODYEAR Ft. Myers, Florida DAVID ARLIE GRADDY Lakeland, Florida ROBERT NELSON GRANT Tampa, Florida JOHN FORBES GR. Y Fan wood. New Jersey ROSALIE GRAZIANO Lakeland, Florida h Row 3 THOMAS PIERCE GRESHAM Decatur, Georgia VIRGINIA DIANE GROSSCUP . . . Sewickley, Pennsylvania JUDITH LOVAN HAAS Lakeland, Florida GEORGE GRADY HAGLER Lakeland, Florida EDWARD MICHAEL HALEY Immokalee, Florida THOMAS HAROLD HALLICK Snyder, New York MARC STEPHEN HALPERN Scarsdale, New York MARION GAYLE HAM Plant Cit}-, Florida Row 4 TED E. HAMACHER Brook, Indiana JACK LOUIS HAMELRYCK Lakeland, Florida BARBARA SUZETTE HAMM Miami, Florida ROBERT BRUCE HAMMOND Miami, Florida GEORGE MARK HARDING, JR Hinsdale, Illinois RUTH ALICE HAYMOND .... West Palm Beach, Florida SYLVIA JOYCE HAYNES Orlando, Florida PATRICIA HENDRY Wauchula, Florida JUNIORS JOHN MONROE HEWITT, III Leesburg, Flor ROGER WILLIAM HOLLER Winter Park, Flori JOHN HERSCHEL HOLMES Jacksonville, Flor MARY LOUISE HORVATH Sarasota, Flor LAURA CAROLYN HOWELL Ochopee, Flor JOHN HENRY HUBER Sebring, Flor THOMAS AARON HUGGART Bartow, Flor JANE RANDOLPH HURLEY Orlando, Flor This religious class gets larger and better every semester. Row 2 EVALYN PEARL HUSSEY Orlando, Florida GEORGE FRANKLIN IVEY, JR Springdale, Arkansas JOAN FRANCES JACOB East Cleveland, Ohio INGRID BIRGITTA JOESTEN .... New York, New York ESTHER ELAINE JOHNSON .... Winter Haven, Florida RONALD FLOYD JOHNSON Hawthorne, Florida PATSY WINIFRED JONES .... West Palm Beach, Florida ELLEN CHRISTINE JOST Clermont, Florida Row 3 JOHN TIM KAHLE Batavia, Ohio JAN LEWIS KAISER Lakeland, Florida SHELIA ANNETTE KEEN Plant Citj-, Florida ALLEN NEAL KELLER Plant City, Florida RAYMOND F. KEMMAN Mt. Prospect, Illinois SANDRA LEE KENNEDY Lisbon. Ohio GUY EDWARD KERSHNER, JR Montpelier, Indiana ALTON LYMON KIRKLAND Auburndale, Florida « » ft % • Row 1 JULIE ANN KNOWLES Lockport, New York ILSE ALICE KOCH Stuttgart, Germany GLORIA ANN KOLA North Brunswick, New Jersey MARY ELLAH KRAMER Fruitland Park, Florida JOANNE GRACE KRAUTH . . . Barnegat-Light, New Jersey MARCENE JANET KRNOUL Cocoa, Florida WILLIAM LALLY Hawthorne, New Jersey DEBORAH JOY LAMOR Jacksonville, Florida Row 2 FRANCES CARLEEN LANDRUM Starke, Florida GEORGE BEAUFORD LANGER Sarasota, Florida ALONZA SMOOT LANGSTON Atlanta, Georgia IVAR EDWARD LAURELL Lake Alfred, Florida DORA LYDIA LEGROW Lakeland, Florida WANDA IRENE LEWIS Ft. Myers, Florida MARY ANN LILLY Riviera Beach, Florida LUCY LINCOLN Shaker Heights, Ohio Row 3 JOHN S. LOWMAN, III Ft. Myers, Florida EVEIYN JARRELL LUDLOW .... Falls Church, Virginia JOHN EDWARD MAINWARING . . . Lakeland, Florida LARRY LEE MARCHANT Orlando, Florida PATRICK C. MATHES, III Orlando, Florida GLORIA JEAN MAURER Daytona Beach, Florida KATHRYN JO McADAMS . . . Elon College, North Carolina CHARLOTTE RUTH McCLURE Lakeland, Florida Row 4 DAVID LISKE McGONIGAL Kissimmee, Florida MARILYN McLEOD Lakeland, Florida GEORGIAN McNEIR Landsdowne, Pennsylvania PHYLLIS IRENE MEDLIN Miami, Florida BETTY ANN MERCER Lakeland, Florida GEORGE DAVIS MEREDITH Lakeland, Florida JACK DAVID MEYER Milwaukee, Wisconsin JOHN GEORGE MEYER Montclair, New Jersey JUNIORS Row 1 NED MAST MIDDLESWORTH Converse, Indiana SANDRA KAY MIDDLETON .... Clarendon Hills, Illinois PATRICIA LOUISE MIKSON Hollywood, Florida VIRGINIA ANNE MILES Glenside, Pennsylvania WILLIAM GLENN MILLER, JR Monticello, Florida GILBERT S. MITCHELL Ft. Lauderdale, Florida TOMMIE SUE MONTGOMERY Key West, Florida BILLY MOORE Winter Haven, Florida Classes here have an informal atmosphere about them. diM } Row 2 ROBERT F. MULLEN Winter Haven, Florida JOHN MALCOLM MULLIS Bartow, Florida MATTIE HALL MUNDY Lakeland, Florida PETER JAMES MURPHY Naperville, Illinois JOHN CATER MYRICK, II Lakeland, Florida ARTHUR NASH Lakeland, Florida RAY CROW NATHURST Ft. Myers, Florida CARL EDWARD RAY NELSON Lakeland, Florida Row 3 LARRY EDWARD NEWELL Maitland, Flor GALEN F. NICKLAW, JR Delray Beach, Flor GERALD LEE NOELLE Winter Haven, Flor SUSAN LEE NORRIS Tampa, Flor CHARLES BERNARD OAKLEY . . . Pompano Beach. Flori ROY LARSEN ODOM Lakeland, Flor! MICHAEL MOORE OSBORN .... Winter Haven, Flor AAHMES ELLY OVERTON Miami, Flor % ♦ % • • Row 1 MARY LEE PAGE Eustis, Florida RITA SILVIA PALUMBO Patchoque, New York GENE PITTMAN PARNELL Pahokee, Florida EDWARD E. PENDERGRASS Orlando, Florida WILLIAM T. PERKS, III Havertown, Pennsylvania JOHN FRANCIS PERRY Ft. Lauderdale, Florida CHARLOTTE LEE PETRIE Cape Coral, Florida NELL VIRGINIA PETTEWAY Lakeland, Florida Row 2 MAURICE LAVTON PHILLIPS Lakeland, Florida CHARLES EDWARD PIETERSZ .... Netherlands, Antilles NEVILLE WRIGHT PILLING Orlando, Florida CAROL JEAN POEHLER .... New Smyrna Beach, Florida WILLIAM L. QUIGLEY Tampa, Florida BARBARA LEE RABETTE Pompano Beach, Florida VERNICE D. RAGSDALE Okeechobee, Florida PHILLIP DOUGLAS REISER .... Daytona Beach, Florida Row 3 WADE HILL RENN Lakeland, Florida THOMAS ALFRED REYNOLDS ... Ft. Lauderdale, Florida ORVAL VERNON RIKER Bartow, Florida DANTON JEFFREY RISSNER Brooklyn, New York CHARLES LUTZ ROBERTS Groveland, Florida HOWARD STOWE ROBERTS, JR Pensacola, Florida DONALD THORNTON ROBINS Lakeland, Florida RICHARD E. ROBINSON Joliet, Illinois Row 4 ELLEN ANN ROHRBACK North Miami, Florida WILLIAM ROUNTREE. JR Arlington, Virginia THOMAS JOSEPH RYAN Brooklyn, New York ROBERT BRUCE SANTACRUZ Tampa, Florida ANITA ELIZABETH SAVIO Hollywood, Florida ERNEST CHARLES SCARPING Lakeland, Florida PHILIP JOSEPH SCHNEIDER Chicago, Illinois CHARLES MICHAEL SCHWARZ . . Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania m % i 247 JUNIORS Row 1 STEPHEN ' DEHART SCHWARZ . . Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania LAURA WYLODEAN SHELTON Lakeland, Florida GARY RONALD SHIPLETT Homeland, Florida BARBARA JEANNE SHIRK .... West Palm Beach, Florida JANET ALICE SHUFF Westwood, New Jersey ELAINE VIEVE SIEWERT Clewiston, Florida JACQUELYN KAY SINCLAIR Hollywood, Florida JOHN ROBERT SLAUGHTER Ft. Myers, Florida No, I have never had a South African Tsetse Innoculation. Row 2 ALAN MICHAEL SLEWETT Miami Beach, Florida NANCY ELIZABETH SLOAN Jacksonville, Florida BARRY REED SMELTZER Windsor, Pennsylvania JAMES HILTON SMITH Lakeland, Florida JESSE HERBERT SMITH, JR Lakeland, Florida MALCOLM OPIE SMITH Ft. Lauderdale, Florida MARGARET ANNE SMITH .... Pompano Beach, Florida SANDRA JO SMITH Sarasota, Florida SCOTT ANDREW SMITH Port Huron, Michigan THOMAS ZAN SMITH Kissimmee, Florida PHYLLIS ANNE SNYDER Tampa, Florida OWEN MELVIN SOMERFORD .... Delray Beach, Florida EVERETT ALLISON SQUIRE Lakeland, Florida JAMES FREDERICK STAHL . . North Miami Beach, Florida ELIZABETH MAE STETTLER Ocala, Florida EDWARD TARLTON STETTNER .... Lakeland, Florida 248 %•♦■%■♦ % ♦ % ♦ • Row 1 CAROLYN LEE STOCKDALE Clearwater, Florida DOROTHY MARIE STOUT Hollywood, Florida JOAN CAROL SUTTON Westfield, New Jersey LONNIE GLENN TATUM Plant City, Florida CHARLES JOHNSON THOMAS Atlanta, Georgia JAMES OMER TOWNSEND Middletown, Ohio MARY VIRGINL TRUITT Miami, Florida CAROL HUNTER TURNER .... West Palm Beach, Florida Row 2 LAMBERT JOSEPH TURNIER Lakeland, Florida HELEN JEAN TWEEDY Springdale, Arkansas ELIZABETH CAROL TYLER Tallahassee, Florida KATHRYN VERVVIEBE St. Petersburg, Florida SANDRA LARAINE VODVARKA . . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania PHYLLIS CLAIRE WADE St. Petersburg, Florida LILLIE ESTELLE WALKER Minneola, Florida MERCER DALZELL WALTON . Glenside Gardens, Pennsylvania Row 3 SANDRA WARDLAW Frostproof, Florida GEORGE ROBERT WARSAW Bronx, New York HELEN RACHELLE WATSON . . West Palm Beach, Florida JANICE ELAINE WEBB Wilmington, Ohio JERRY WOODS WEEKS Penns Grove, New Jersey DONALD LEE WEHR Apopka, Florida GERALD ARNOLD WEISSMAN . . . Miami Beach, Florida HAROLD ROBERT WELLS Atlanta, Georgia Row 4 MARY SUSAN WELTY Waynesboro, Pennsylvania PAULA SHARRON WHAN Lakeland, Florida ALAN LEE WHITE Sarasota, Florida LINDA LYNN WHITE Hollywood, Florida STUART MALCOLM WHITE Jamaica, New York SANDRA JEAN WICKERS Key West, Florida MARY BARBARA WILEY .... Washington, Pennsylvania CHARLES ELLIOTT WILHELM . . . Belmont, Massachusetts 249 JUNIORS Tell the idiot with the apple on his head to move. iiiM 1 , .- :: i Row 1 VIRGINIA FLORENCE WILL Miami, Florida JERRY LEE WILLIAMS Wheaton, Illinois EDWARD MEAD WILLITS South Bay, Florida BARBARA S. WILSON Lakeland, Florida BILLIE LOUISE WILSON Scarsdale, New York JANET FRANCES WILSON Orlando, Florida STEPHEN RICHARD WISE Eau Gallie, Florida Row 2 WILLIAM TRAVIS WISE Sebring, Florida CONNIE RAE WOOD Winter Haven, Florida LEONARD EDWARD WOZNIAK .... Detroit, Michigan PHILIP EUGENE WRIGHT Lakeland, Florida PHYLLIS REID YOUNTS Auburndale, Florida MERRITT W. YUNKER, JR Milwaukee, Wisconsin DENNIS EDWARD ZULTOWSKY .... Elmont, New York 250 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FRED LARSON President SCOTT HONE FENCE R Vice-President JUDY GREEN Secretary-Treasurer Honefenger, Green, Larson ♦•♦.••♦. SOPHOMORES Row 1 LYNDA LEE ABINANTI Tampa, Florida RICHARD T. ADAIR, JR Xenia, Ohio ELLIS KALE ALBRITTON Lakeland, Florida SUE HELEN ALBRITTON Lakeland, Florida JOSEPH MICHAEL ALDERMAN Pahokee, Florida ANN COLLIER ALEXANDER .... Coral Gables, Florida JAMES WILLIAM ALEXANDER .... Jacksonville, Florida LEE M. ALLISON Auburn, Indiana Christmas in the Dorms. Row 2 HARRY RONALD ANDERSON . . West Palm Beach, Florida JUDITH LEE ANDERSON .... Merchanfv ' ille, New Jersey KELLY ANDERSON Glenview, Illinois KAREN DEE ANDREASEN Holland, Michigan VIRGINIA E. ANDREU Winter Haven, Florida AUDREY LYNNE ANDROUS Alexandria, Virginia WILLIAM JAY APFELBECK Lakeland, Florida MARTHA ELIZABETH ARNOLD . Indian Rocks Beach, Florida Row 3 VALERIE ARDEN ARTHUR . . . Gastonia, North Carolina JOHN DANIEL ATCHISON Winter Haven, Florida JAMES LAVERN BANGOR Latrobe, Pennsylvania FRANK WAYNE BARNES Highland City, Florida PAULA GENE BARR Hialeah, Florida WINNIE ELOISE BARRETT Calhoun, Georgia HOPE MATLOCK BARTON Lakeland, Florida SALLIE LOUISA BATSON .... Greenville, South Carolina 252 % • % • ' ' v w -. itk ' im Row 1 DORIS ANN BAXTER Orlando, Florida MARC LEWIS BAZILIAN .... West Hartford, Connecticut BARBARA JANE BEAL Evans Cit -, Pennsylvania FRANK E. BECKER Tampa, Florida RICHARD ALBERT BIRD St. Augustine, Florida DONNA LEE BIRD Lakeland, Florida WILLIAM S. BLAKEMAN Pelham, Nevp York ROBERT TRACEV BODDEN Tampa, Florida Row 2 WILLIAM DAVID BOKINSKY .... Winter Haven, Florida SHARON LEE BORGMEIER Palatine, Illinois DONNA KATHRYN 30STIAN Tampa, Florida BARBARA JOAN BOUTWELL Lake Worth, Florida DOROTHY JOAN BOULWARE .... Orange Park, Florida JAMES DEAN BOWEN Normal, Illinois SHARON WHEATLEY BOWERS . . Westminster, Maryland DON PATRICK BOWERMASTER Hamilton, Ohio Ro - 3 BONNIE ANN BOYLES Dayton, Ohio JON BOYLE Shelbyville, Indiana CECELIA E. BRAREN Sarasota, Florida BARBARA BRANTLEY Lakeland, Florida DEMOSTHENES BRATSOLIAS Evanston, Illinois MARTHA JO BRIDGES Lakeland, Florida DONALD WARREN BRIGGS Freeport, New York CHARLES THOMAS BROLLIAR ... Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Row 4 NANCY LOIS BROOKSHIRE Converse, Indiana CAROLYN LEE BROWN Lakeland, Florida EDWIN PATTERSON BROWN Sneads Ferry, N. C. PETER VAN BROWNE Miami Springs, Florida DAVID EUGENE BURKHOLDER .... Lakeland, Florida CAROL SUE BURKHARDT Franklin, Pennsylvania DIAN.A. CABRE Stuart, Florida DONALD CARR Lakeland, Florida 253 SOPHOMORES Row 1 SHARON LYNN CARTER River Grove, Illinois LACRETIA DEWEESE CATHEY Tampa, Fl orida CAROL FLORENCE CAUDLE Boonville, N. C. WILLIAM RAY CHANDLER St. Augustine, Florida MARVIN HAROLD CHEPENIK .... Jacksonville, Florida ROBERT JONES CHIPMAN Lakeland, Florida DENVER DOUGLASS C. LEWIS . . West Palm Beach, Florida ROBERT LANE COBB Lake Placid, Florida How come there ' s onlv one name on the ballot? Row 2 JOE CLARK COCHONOUR Casey, Illinois DARREL GENE COCHRAN Orlando, Florida DONNA GENE COCKERILLE . . Old Orchard Beach, Maine COMER STANLEY COKER Lakeland, Florida DAVID H. COLDWELL Miami, Florida SANDRA LOUISE COLETTA Natick, Mass. MARY KAY COMBES Bronxville, N. Y. ROBERT GEORGE CONKLIN Chicago, Illinois Row 3 HARRIET LOUISE CONNELL Inverness, Florida JUDITH HENDERSON COOK Huntington, W. Va. PHOEBE ELIZABETH COOK Hyannis, Mass. ROBERTA LOUISE COOK Winter Park, Florida WILLIAM ERNEST COOPER .... Bowling Green, Florida JAMES, CORMANY E. JR Milwaukee, Wisconsin JOEL DAVID COWART Tampa, Florida RICHARD LLOYD CRANKSHAW .... Dunedin, Florida 254 % % » " V Row 1 MARTHA K. CULBRETH Lakeland, Florida EARL CUNNINGHAM, JR Haines City, Florida HELENE ANN CUSHMAN Utica, New York BARBARA REED DANIEL Winter Haven, Florida BARBARA LOU DANNER Boynton Beach, Florida BARBARA B. DAVIDSON Ft. Lauderdale, Florida JOHN DIXON DAVIS Gainesville, Florida LAWTON ALLAN DAVIS, III Lakeland, Florida Row 2 LINDA SUE DAVIS Sarasota, Florida CAROL JAVNE DAY Westfield, Massachusetts VERENE LUCRETIA DECUERS .... Jacksonville, Florida DONNA LOUISE DELAMATER . . . Winter Haven, Florida LINDA JEAN DERR Coral Gables, Florida PATRICIA E. DETWEILER Jacksonville, Florida DIANE GAIL DEYOUNG Melbourne, Florida WILLIAM WHITTIER DICKS Orlando, Florida Row 3 SHELLY SPARKS DOBBS . . . New Smyrna Beach, Florida JOHN ROBERT DOLLAR Kissimmee, Florida CAROLYN E. DONALDSON Chagrin Falls, Ohio RICHARD MORRIS DORMAN Freeport, Illinois JOHN EDGAR DOUGLAS Oblong, Illinois JOAN LATHROP DOUGLASS Miami, Florida DONALD HOWARD DRURY . . . Fernandina Beach, Florida JENNIE MILTON DUNCAN Lakeland, Florida Row 4 LORRAINE LILLIAN DUNCAN . . . Winter Haven, Florida SANDRA FAYE DUNLAP Lakeland, Florida MARY STELLA DUNSON Winter Haven, Florida JOHN JOSEPH DUVAL Sarasota, Florida JOHN BYRON FAMES Littleton, New Hampshire SUSAN MARY EDDY Naples, Florida KENNETH ELMER EDGAR Cambridge, Maryland JUNE EDITH EDWARDS Bradenton, Florida f f A l (MM HJL SOPHOMORES Row 1 THERESA ELLEN EGGEN Vero Beach, Florida VICTOR R. EICHHORN Lakeland, Florida RONN WELLER EISS Snyder, New York LINDA RAE ELDREDGE Ft. Myers, Florida GEORGE ELLIOTT Thomaston, Maine WILLIAM ELMER ENGLE Nokomis, Florida ELLEN M. ESTABROOK Waltham, Mass. PATSY EVANS Lakeland, Florida I can ' t help it if my nose itches. ( ( o Row 2 RODGER MARKEE EVMAN St. Petersburg, Florida SHARON JOY FAIN Ocoee, Florida WILLIAM R. FANNIN, JR Lakeland, Florida JANET MARGARET FERRAN Eustis, Florida ROBERT MILTON FISCHER Tampa, Florida JAMES ARTHUR FISHER Takoma Park, Maryland THOMAS MARTIN FOOTE Bensenville, Illinois MARGARET E. FOSTER Lakeland, Florida Row 3 NANCY R. FOSTER Mathews, Virginia RICHARD S. ERASER Largo, Florida JAMES MONROE FRAZIER Ft. Myers, Florida WALTER LEON FREEMAN Belleview, Florida DALLAS S. FULMER, JR Jacksonville, Florida WILLIAM MONTE GAINER Ft. Thomas, Kentucky JAMES VIRGIL GAINES, JR Ft. Pierce, Florida HAROLD EDWARD GANDY Lakeland, Florida 256 % % • Row 1 RICHARD WAYNE GARDNER Zellwood, Florida FLORENCE I. GEARHART Miami, Florida MARTHA JANE GENTER Daytona Beach, Florida EDWARD JOSEPH GEOGHEGAN . . . Clearwater, Florida FRANKLIN VINCENT GEORGE Webster, Florida KEITH DEXTER GILLINGHAM . . . Jacksonville, Florida RICHARD GEORGE GITELES Miami, Florida MARTHA KAY GODWIN Jonesboro, Georgia Row 2 JOAN MARIE GOLLIDAY Sykesville, Maryland JAMES HERMAN GOODMAN .... Amityville, New York EDWARD DANIEL GORDON . Rocky Mount, North Carolina THOMAS BRIAN GORDON Rockledge, Florida DONYA DEE GRAN . . ., Miami, Florida GAIL WARREN GRANGE Annandale, Virginia GARNET JANE GRANNIS Franklin, Pennsylvania JOHN CALVIN GRAVES, II Miami, Florida Row 3 ROBERT VERNON GRAVES Limona, Florida SCUDDER GRAYBEAL West Hartford, Connecticuc JUDITH MARIE GREEN Jacksonville, Florida LINDA GAYLE GREEN Brooker, Florida JO ANN GRESLEY Port Huron, Michigan EMMETT FERGUSON GRIFFIN Bartow, Florida MARVIN GRIFFIN, JR Pompano Beach, Florida CECILIA M. GUIZZETTI Orlando, Florida Row + MARVIN DEWEY GUNNELLS . . . Jacksonville, Florida CHARLES RICHARD GWINN Miami, Florida MADELINE HAGSTROM Pierson, Florida BRUCE HAINES, III Hollywood, Florida KENNETH CALHOUN HALL Tampa, Florida THOMAS PAGE HALL Ft. Myers, Florida THOMAS ORVILLE HAND Lakeland, Florida MARIE CUMMING HANNA .... Atlantic Beach, Florida 257 SOPHOMORES Row 1 DONNA JEAN HANNAS Lake Wales, Florida ROBERT FRANK HARPER, III Lakeland, Florida ZOLLIE K. HARRISON Kingsport, Tennessee DOROTHY THERESA HATTON Pahokee, Florida CYNTHIA ANNETTE HAWKINS Miami, Florida JAMES RANDOLPH HAWKINS Lakeland, Florida THOMAS EDWARD HAM ' KINS .... Anna Maria, Florida DIANA JOY HAYNES Sanford, Florida Row 2 MARLEN KAY HEARN Miami, Florida YVONNE ELAINE HEATH Dania, Florida BROOKS HEATHMAN, JR Dayton, Ohio JAMES LO UIS HEINRICH Addison, Illinois JOAN HEBBARD HEROLD Lakeland, Florida ROBERT GERALD HERSEY Bar Harbor, Maine BETTY JONALYN HILL Nokomis, Florida GARY EDWARD HILL Lakeland, Florida Row 3 CECIL RAYMOND HOCK Lake Alfred, Florida CLYDE WESTON HOFF, JR Lakeland, Florida LAFAYETTE S. HOLLIS Sarasota, Florida PATTY JOSEPHINE HOLROYD Miami, Florida WILLIAM NEIL HOLT Bradenton, Florida SCOTT OKEY HONEFENGER Pana, Illinois MARY JOSEPHINE HOOKER Homestead, Florida PRICE DEVARD HOWARD Auburndale, Florida 258 % • • • 9 ' ° B V. Row 1 CYNTHIA MARIE HOWE Riviera Beach, Florida MARIE LOUISE HOWELL Panama Cit -, Florida LUCIENNE HUBBELL Dundee, New York CHARLES MANDELIN HUBER ... St. Petersburg, Florida MARTHA BEATRICE HUFF Cincinnati, Ohio ROSEMARY HUNT Sarasota, Florida STEWART C. HUTCHISON, JR Joliet, Illinois THOMAS ANTHONY IMMING Aviston, Illinois Row 2 CATHERINE LYNN JACKSON Sanford, Florida WALTENE JACKSON Lakeland, Florida RODNEY JAMES Lakeland, Florida CALVIN HERBERT JAMISON Tallahassee, Florida ROLAND HENRY JEFFERSON Lakeland, Florida DAN AUGMUND JENKINS Jacksonville, Florida MARGUERITE K. JHONSON Miami, Florida JAMES THOMAS JOHNSON, JR. . . Jefferson Cit -, Missouri Row 3 LARRY ROSS JOHNSON Sebring, Florida MARGARET FAYE JOHNSON .... Jacksonville, Florida OBIE TYRON JOHNSON Jacksonville, Florida SUZANNE GAYLE JOHNSON Pahokee, Florida WILLIAM W. JOHNSON, JR Lutz, Florida JANET WYNELL JONES Lakeland, Florida SAMUEL RICHARD JONES, JR Orlando, Florida DOROTHY LOUISE JUNKIN Lakeland, Florida Row 4 CAROLINE KEELER Coronado, California STEWART C. KELLNER Watertown, New York DAVID BURNHAM KELSEY . . . New Canaan, Connecticut GEORGE ELLIS KERRICK Islamorada, Florida PHYLLIS ANN KETCHAM Amityville, New York TERRY WEST KETCHAM Amityville, New York DOROTHY LILLIAN KIESEL Ft. Myers, Florida BEVERLY KAY KIMBROUGH .... Coral Gables, Florida SOPHOMORES Row 1 CHARLES NICHOLAS KINSEY .... Lakeland, Florida JAMES FRANCIS KORINEK Venice, Florida JANET SUE LACHENMYER Jacksonville, Florida FREDERICK W. LADLOW Hamden, Connecticut MARGARET DEEN LANCASTER Trenton, Florida ROBERT STEVE LANDRUM Ft. Myers, Florida ELIZABETH LANGFORD Jacksonville, Florida GLORIA FR NCES LANGFORD .... Palm Cit,-, Florida Students have a morbid interest in each other ' s health. Row 2 ALFRED CARL LARSON Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania RUTH LYON LAWRENCE Ft. Myers, Florida JOETTA LEE Lake Worth, Florida RICHARD LEE Melbourne, Florida NORMA KAY LEEDS Opa-locka Florida DORA LYDIA LEGROW Lakeland, Florida JOYCE ANN LEHMAN Jacksonville. Florida GWENDOLYN ANNE LESSER Miami, Florida Row 3 DAVID ISRAEL LEVINE New York, New York BILLIE CAROLYN LEWIS Haines City, Florida RICHARD PAUL LEWIS Bartow, Florida ROSA MARY LIPPINCOTT Ft. Myers, Florida ROBERT HENRY LOGAN . . Huntington, Long Island, N. Y. PEGGIE LOU LONG Orlando, Florida MARY ANNE LOPEZ Key West, Florida LAWRENCE JOHN LOVEDAY . . . West Hollywood, Florida 260 Row 1 BARBARA LUELYN LOWRY Ridge Manor, Florida BARBARA JEAN LUPO Ft. Myers, Florida FRANCES LORENE LYNCH Jacksonville, Florida SUSAN JEANNE LYONS Clearwater, Florida JON NORMAN MACINNES .... Winter Garden, Florida DOUGLAS ARTHUR MACK Miami, Florida JINYA ELEANOR MACKAY North Hatley, Quebec MARILYN MABEL MALLUCK .... Roseland, New Jersey Row 2 HARVEY DAVIS MANNING, JR. . . Ft. Lauderdale, Florida JAN ARTHUR MANNING Bradenton, Florida ANNE RODGERS MARCHMAN Venice, Florida JIM CARLTON MARSH Ft. Meade, Florida BRUCE DUNCAN MARSHALL Englewood, Florida LARRY LEE MARTIN Aurora, Illinois MELANIE RUTH MATHIS Orlando, Florida JUDITH MARIE MATHISSON Evanston, Illinois Row 3 MARGARET FAYE MAXWELL . . Keystone Heights, Florida JOHN CHARLES MAYER Lakeland, Florida THOMAS W. McARTHUR Lakeland, Florida RALPH EDWIN McCARTY . . . West Palm Beach, Florida JOSEPH B. McCORMICK Georgetown, Indiana WILLIAM R. McDonald winter Haven, Florida SANDRA ANN McKENDRICK Ft. Pierce, Florida TERRY L. McKITTRICK Ft. Pierce, Florida Row 4 MARILYN FRANCES McNEES Ft. Pierce, Florida PETER LYNAS MELLON Deerfield Beach, Florida DENNIS JOE MICHAEL Jupiter, Florida JOHN S. MITCHELL, JR Lakeland, Florida MARILYN F. MITCHELL Auburndale, Florida WALKER WEAR MITCHELL Lakeland, Florida BETHANY JENELLE MOORE Haines City, Florida CHRISTINE ANN MORIS Atlanta, Georgia SOPHOMORES Row 1 DIANE MORRIS Atlanta, Georgia FRANK JOSEPH MURPHY, III Lakeland, Florida JAMES JOHN MUSSO Lakeland, Florida FRANCIA LOU NELSON Jacksonville, Florida ROY LUNDELL NELSON Atlantic Beach, Florida SUSAN ELLEN NEVIN Ft. Lauderdale, Florida BRUCE KENNETH NEWELL .... Belmont, Massachusetts PAULA LOUISE NEWHOUSE Key West, Florida Haircut and a shave, please. Row 2 NANCI ANNETTE NEWMAN . . . Mount Dora, Florida LYNDA LEA NIELSEN Elmhurst, Illinois WILLARD I. NOWLIN, JR Mobile, Alabama ERNEST STUART NYLANDER Richmond, Virginia THOMAS KENNETH ODADZIN Lakeland, Florida RONALD DEANE ODHAM Midway, West Virginia LYNN SMITH OGBURN Sarasota, Florida CLAYTON ELWIN OSTEEN Lakeland, Florida Row 3 JAMES EMMETT PALMER, JR Lakeland, Florida HUGH EARL PARSONS, JR Tampa, Florida CHARLANN PASCHALL St. Petersburg, Florida JACK E. PEPPER Lakeland, Florida DANTE E. PIERANDOZZI Flushing, New York CAROLE MARIE POLE Hazlet, New Jersey JUDSON HARRIS POWERS Sarasota, Florida KENNETH NIXON PROSSER Lakeland, Florida 262 %•»•%•• r o o. Row 1 WINSTON CHRIS RANEY Lakeland, Florida JOHN TIMOTHY RANKIN Lake Wales, Florida KARL EDWIN RAPP, III Oak Ridge, Tennessee FREDERICK W. RAVLIN Coral Gables, Florida BENJAMIN MITCHELL RAWLS . . . Winter Haven, Florida CLARIBEL ALICE REA Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania SANDRA LEE RECTOR New Orleans, Louisiana KATHRYN JANE REDD Winter Haven, Florida Row 2 JAMES CROFT REED Fulton, Kentucky JAMES DOUGLAS REGAN, III Seaton, Illinois ELIZABETH M. REID West Palm Beach, Florida MELINDA CHARITY REISNER .... Fox Point, Wisconsin CAROLYN EDITH RICE Orlando, Florida THOMAS REXFORD RICHARDS . West Palm Beach, Florida MARY KAY RIDOUT Jacksonville, Florida SERGEI JOHN RIOUX Daytona Beach, Florida Row 3 DOROTHY V. RIPLEY Lakeland, Florida TOM BOYLE RITZIE Warren, Ohio ROBERT HOWARD RIZER Dearborn, Michigan JANET MAE ROBERTS Clearwater, Florida WILLIAM CARLYLE ROBERTS Key West, Florida BETTY STUMP ROGERS Lakeland, Florida ROBERT RUSSELL ROGERS Leesburg, Florida SHIRLEY DIANE ROGERS Lakeland, Florida Row 4 KATHERINE ANN ROMENCE Springfield, Illinois JUDITH ELIZABETH ROSE . . . Livingston, New Jersey ELE.ANOR JEAN ROSS Indian Lake Estates, Florida LAWRENCE CHARLES RUNTE Ft. Pierce, Florida RANDALL HOWARD RUST Bloomington, Illinois JOSEPH P. RUTLAND, JR Winter Park, Florida SUSAN ANN SAFFORD Lake Hamilton, Florida DAVID NILS SANDBERG .... West Rye, New Hampshire SOPHOMORES Row 1 JOAN MARIE SANTINI Ft. Myers, Florida ARTHUR CLINTON SAVAGE Hamilton, Ohio WILSON C. SCARBROUGH Lakeland, Florida NANCY LEE SCHIMPF Latrobe, Pennsylvania ROBERT F. SCHUCKERT Eustis, Florida MARIE COLETTE SEILER Tampa, Florida SANDRA LEE SEVER Clearwater, Florida LEONARD HARRY SHAPIRO Erlton, New Jersey That ' s funny, my purse is heavier than the suitcase. l- ' ikm Row 2 SHERLENi: R. Sh ? .r!D Sanford, Florida MARY CORINNE SHERMAN Hinsdale, Illinois VICKI LEE SHERMER . . . Winston-Salem, North Carolina THOMAS ERRINGTON SHIER Orlando, Florida DAVID I. SHINKMAN Carbondale, Pennsylvania BONNIE LEA SHUMAN Lakeland, Florida SALLY JO SIEBENTHAL Atlanta, Georgia GEORGE SIMCOE Hamden, Connecticut Row 3 ROBERT DAVID SIMONSON Pahokee, Florida RUSSELL SAMUEL SLOUGH Dade City, Florida KEN BEAVIS SMEDLEY Orlando, Florida EDWIN CUTTINO SMITH Lakeland, Florida HELEN CALDWELL SMITH Tampa, Florida ILLA BETH SMITH Lakeland, Florida KENNETH WILLIAM SMITH Lakeland, Florida MARY LYNN SMITH Lakeland, Florida 264 »:■•% ' ♦•%•♦ Row 1 ROBERT AUSTIN SMITH Corning, New York ROBERT HAVDEN SMITH Lakeland, Florida TOMMIE EVELYN SMITH Eustis, Florida RAYMOND DEAN SNIVELY .... Fairfield, Pennsylvania DAVID FERRELL SNODGRASS Lakeland, Florida VINA ELIZABETH SPEAR Jacksonville, Florida MARCUS ELLIOTT SPECTOR Lakeland, Florida MARY JANE SPEIRS Kissimmee, Florida Row 2 WILLIAM EDWARD SPURLIN .... Jacksonville, Florida MARTHA B. STEMPER Sanford, Florida MARTHA WALL STETTNER Lakeland, Florida WILLIAM STRICKLAND, III Bartow, Florida JOHN STUART, III Sarasota, Florida MERLE DUANE STUTZMAN . . . Johnstown, Pennsylvania CHARLOTTE C. SWEEDER Euclid, Ohio SAMUEL TAMBORELLO, JR Tampa, Florida Row 3 BRYAN JUDSON TAYLOR Kissimmee, Florida OZBURN EARLY TAYLOR, JR Coral Gables, Florida ROBERT PHILIP TAYLOR Glen St. Mary, Florida STANLEY ALLEN TAYLOR. JR, . . Daytona Beach, Florida LINDA LEE TESTON Reddick, Florida PETER ALAN THIBODEAU Orlando, Florida ROGER WAYNE THORNBERRY Fairborn, Ohio JUDITH M. THRAILKILL Orlando, Florida Row 4 HENRY SAMUEL THRIFT Lakeland, Florida LESLEY CARYL THUNE Winter Park, Florida JEFFERY REID THURLOW .... Ft. Lauderdale, Florida PAUL RICHARD TIMLER Ft. Lauderdale, Florida MICHAEL PHILIP TOLLE Lakeland, Florida PATRICIA LEE TOMPKINS Palm Beach, Florida CLIVE DONNAN TOWNLEY Gillette, New Jersey STEVEN RICHARD TOWNLEY . . . Livingston, New Jersey 265 Row 1 STEVE PHILIP TSITOURIS Lakeland, Florida JAMES RAYMOND TURNER Ft. Pierce, Florida FRANCES ELAINE TUTEN Brunswick, Georgia HAROLD MAURICE TYUS Starke, Florida GENIE CAROL VANDIVER .... Cape Girardeau, Missouri ERNEST VANDUSER, JR Lake Worth, Florida JOSEPH WILLIAM VAUGHAN . . . Fairfield, Pennsylvania JOHN ROBERT VOGELGESANG . . Cleveland Heights, Ohio I forgot to tell him I put my cigarette out in his Coke. Row 2 WILLIAM J. WADSWORTH, JR Lakeland, Florida JOHN EDWARD WAGNER .... Daytona Beach, Florida JULIA PENELOPE WAITS Pomona Park, Florida JUDY WALDEN Ft. Myers, Florida JOHN ALAN WALKER Vero Beach, Florida J. EDWARD WALL Atlanta, Georgia WILLIAM CLINTON WALTON . . Pompano Beach, Florida CAROLYN M. WARREN Harford, Pennsylvania Row 3 WILLIAM A. WATKINSON, II . . . New Port, Rhode Island CLAUDIA MARIE WATSON LaGrange, Illinois DELBERT PERRY WEEDON, JR Nokomis, Florida JAMES HAROLD WEIDNER Tampa, Florida WILVON AVON WEST Mulberry, Florida LOLA MARGARET WESTON Naples, Florida STEVEN JAY WHITMARSH Jacksonville, Florida VALENTINA WILDE Miami Shores, Florida 266 SOPHOMORES Row 1 HAROLD JAN WILHELM Boca Grande, Florida WILLIAM NORTON WILKINS Groveland, Florida MARY LOUISE WILLIAMS .... Downers Grove, Illinois RICH. RD HOWARD WILLIAMS . West Palm Beach, Florida WILSON C. WILLIAMS Darien, Connecticut RICHARD JEROME WILLS, JR Miami, Florida Row 2 EDWIN VRIEZE WILSON Jacksonville, Florida PATRICIA LEE WILSON Washington, D. C. RUSH WILSON, III Scarsdale, New York RICHARD C. WINDER Winter Haven, Florida JOANNE ELIZABETH WOLFE Middletown, Ohio HARRILL DOUGLAS WOOD Lakeland, Florida Row 3 WARREN WOODEN, JR Sebring, Florida JACK STEPHEN WOODHAM Tallahassee, Florida NANCY ELISABETH WRIGHT .... Clearwater, Florida AMY WARFIELD WYATT .... Westover, Massachusetts BETTY ANN ZOCH Venice, Florida PETER LEE GOLWAY Annandale, Virginia iTMl r., ' 1 . 1. " « . 267 aflBW«BMBsa4nvt(!fjMii. ' i,i(f,M ivii;ir y7- . - 7.t FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS BILL JOHNSON President BYRON DECARON Vice-President JUDY WHITE Secretary-Treasurer %%.«««%» Row 1 DONNA JANE ABBOTT St. Petersburg, Florida PAMELA PRESTON ABLE .... Columbia, South Carolina SAMIR MICHEL ABOU-DAOUD Lakeland, Florida WILLLAM ALAN ADAMS Steger, Illinois PHYLLIS JO AN ALBRITTON Lakeland, Florida JOSEPH HOUSTON ALLEN . . . Douglasville, Pennsylvania ROBERT CHESTER ALLEN Winter Haven, Florida PAUL FREDERICK ALLEY Ocala, Florida Darling, you have 46 Sf fewer cavities. 0- (% Row 2 MARGARET D. ALTWEIN Metuchen, New Jersey KENNETH DWIGHT AMSLER Lakeland, Florida ARDIS GAYLE ANDERSON Louisville, Kentucky KENNETH LESLIE ANDERSON .... Plainfield, Vermont MARTHA E. ANDERSON Monticello, Florida ANDY DENNIS ANDREWS Chiefland. Florida HENRY J. ANDRINGA St. Petersburg, Florida APRIL LEE APPLE Orlando, Florida Row 3 FREDERICK JAMES ARCHER ... St. Petersburg, Florida IRENE MARIE ARCHAMBAULT Miami, Florida GAIL ELISABETH ARENS Orlando, Florida ERIC ARNOLDS-PATRON Lakeland, Florida CARL STANLEY ASHWORTH Avondale, Georgia MARY JO ASHWORTH Auburndale, Florida JOHN DAVIS ATKINSON Tampa, Florida ANN JANE AUSTIN Silver Springs, Maryland FRESHMEN Row 1 BERTRAM ALEXANDER AVERY .... Lakeland, Florida MICHAEL PAUL AXMAN Winter Haven, Florida CHESTER A. BABCOCK Gulfport, Florida ETTA MARIE BACHSTET .... Palm Beach Shores, Florida VICTORIA LAMBERT BAER .... Newton, Massachusetts BERNARD WILLIAM BAILEY .... St. Augustine, Florida RALEIGH F. BAILEY, JR Miami, Florida PAULETTE BAILEY Southfield, Michigan Mirror, mirror on the wall Row 2 EDWIN ANDREW BAKER Pelham, New York MARY BRUCE BAKER Miami, Florida NANCY NEWELL BAKER Cairo, Georgia ROGER C. BALLENTYNE .... Bethel Park, Pennsylvania SUSAN CLAIRE BARDWELL Tangerine, Florida BARBARA JANE BARNETT Leesburg, Florida HOYT ROBINSON BARNETT Lakeland, Florida WILLIS FIELDER BARROWS Enfield, Connecticut Row 3 LEONORA ROSE BARROWS .... Melbourne Beach, Florida CORNELIA B. BARTLETT Gainesville, Florida ROBERT SEXTON BATES Lakeland, Florida DOUGLAS ANDREW BATTING . . . Maplewood, New Jersey SARA LYLE BAYLESS Lexington, Kentucky WILLIAM DALE BEAMER Lakeland, Florida RITA WOOD BEASLEY Sandford, Florida LINDA THEONE BEATY New York, New York 270 - - ■♦%••■»•♦•« Row 1 PATRICIA RAY BECK Orlando, Florida DAVID CARROLL BECKER Topeka, Kansas JAMES GORDON BECKWITH Maldland, Florida MARY KATHRYN BEEMAN Melbourne, Florida SUSAN JEAN BELLOC Sarasota, Florida JANE LOUISE BENNETT Coral Gables, Florida VALERIE ANN BERRY Villa Rica, Georgia JAMES THOMAS BIBLE Homestead, Florida Row 2 MARGARET ELLEN BLACKBURN .... Clermont, Florida THOMAS EDGAR BLOUNT Lakeland, Florida THOMAS EDWARD BOAZ Cicero, Illinois LAWRENCE PETER BOECKLEN . . . Riviera Beach, Florida BARBARA KATHLEEN BOEN Arlington, Virginia DAVID MORGAN BOLLING Richmond, Indiana CLAUDIA RUTH BONE Great Falls, Montana GARY MILLARD BONE Jacksonville, Florida Row 3 LAURA ABIGAIL BOYD Sanford, Florida SUZANNE ACKLEY BOYLE New Jersey JESSE EDWIN BOYD JR Orlando, Florida KATHLEEN ANN BOYD Leesburg, Florida RICHARD MASSEY BOSTIAN Tampa, Florida ERNEST BOSTELMAN JR Fort Myers, Florida MICHELE MARIE BOOKHOUT .... Lockport, New York BARBARA MARIE BONGIORNI .... Curundu, Canal Zone Row 4 BARBARA RISER BRADLEY Sanford, Florida CAROLYN KAY BRANDIES Callahan, Florida BRENDA G. BRANNEN Jacksonville, Florida LINDA GAIL BRANNON Jacksonville, Florida MICHAEL W. BRANIGAN Maplewood, New Jersey ELLA JANE BRATTON Rock Hill, South Carolina STANLEY W. BREDEMEYER Fort Myers, Florida ROBERT PHILIP BRICK Crosswicks, New Jersey FRESHMEN Row 1 ARWYN GAIL BRIDGER Jacksonville, Florida VERDIE JEANNETTE BRIGHAM . . . Jacksonville, Florida ELIZABETH ANNE BRILES . . . Asheboro, North Carolina CYNTHIA BROCK Coral Gables, Florida LINDA MARIE BROOKS Winter Park, Florida MARY ANNE BROWER Elkhart, Indiana ALMA MORGAN BROWN Chatham, New Jersey DIANNE PHYLLIS BROWN Coral Gables, Florida No, there ' s nothing in there but my 80 pound weight lifting equipment. Row 2 KENNETH NELSON BROWN Annapolis, Maryland BEVERLY ANN BROYLES Miami, Florida ROBERT CHRISTIAE BRUNEL . . . East Auroro, New York JAMES ANTHONY BRYANT .... Southampton, New York KAREN JOY BUCKHART Maitland, Florida DENNIS BUETTNER Monomonee Falls, Wisconsin EMMY KAY BUETTNER . . . Monomonee Falls, Wisconsin ELEANOR YVONNE BURKEY Deerfield, Ohio Row 3 BEVERLY ANN BUSCH Hillsdale, New Jersey LOUIS EDWARD BUSI Lakeland, Florida STEPHANIE BYRNE River Rouge, Michigan MARY EVELYN CAGGIANO Cape Coral, Florida CAROL RUTH CALLOWAY .... Boynton Beach, Florida ROBERT DEAN CAMPBELL Bradenton, Florida KYLE CHARLES CANNON Frostproof, Florida NANCY RAE CANNON Auburndale, Florida %«%««« %•%•« Row 1 ROCCO CAPABIANCO Vineland, New Jersey JUDITH ANN CARLISLE Atlanta, Georgia ROBERT W. CARMICHAEL Windermere, Florida CYNTHIA CARPENTER Birmingham, Michigan GERALDINE CARROLL Melbourne, Florida MARGARET ANNE CARSON .... Winter Haven, Florida MARTHA FRANCES CARTER Orlando, Florida SHIRLEY ARDELLE CARTER Lake Wales, Florida Row 2 ROBERT MYRON CARTER Kissimmee, Florida VIRGINIA P. CASSARA Montpelier, Vermont PATRICIA CAUGHEY Arlington, Virginia JAMES PERRY CHAMPION Albany, Georgia FRANCES S. CHANDLER Albany, Georgia BOBBIE DIANE CHEATWOOD Lakeland, Florida LINDA JEANNE CHERRY Western Springs, Illinois MARY ANNE CHIARI Bridgeton, New Jersey Row 3 DEANNE E. CHRISTIANSEN Lakeland, Florida PATRICIA A. CHRISTOPHER Lakeland, Florida CONNIE BETH CLAPSADDLE .... Indianapolis, Indiana JOHN ROGER CLARK Leesburg, Florida JACQUELYN ENISE CLERY .... Fort Lauderdale, Florida DON HOWARD COCHONOUR Casey, Illinois MARY LILLIAN COGGIN Raleigh, North Carolina WAYNE TERRY COLE Winter Haven, Florida Row 4 CAROLYN JEANNE COLEMAN Miami, Florida CHARLES MARIUS COLES Rye, New York JONNIE COLLINS Jacksonville, Florida MARY ETHEL COMFORT Coral Gables, Florida JAMIE CARROLL CONE Lakeland, Florida SARA ANNE COOLBAUGH East Aurora, New York CHARLES SODEN COOMBS Cocoa, Florida WILLIAM FRANK CORLEY Winter Haven, Florida 273 FRESHMEN Row 1 KELLY DAVID CORNELIUS Frankfort, Connecticut MADGE EVELYN COTHERN . . . Tomas Barriloca, Mexico SUE ELLEN COTTINGHAM Carol City, Florida VIRGINIA HELEN COUCH Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee DONNA ELIZABETH COX Lakeland, Florida EVELYN U. CRAVi FORD Lakeland, Florida SANDRA LEE CRAWFORD Lakeland, Florida PHILLIP CHARLES CRESSMAN . . . Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and everywhere that Marv went Row 2 BARBARA ANN CROOKS Johnstown, Pennsylvania GEORGIA CAROLE CUMMINGS . . Monterrey, Nevp Mexico JO ANN CUNNINGHAM Orlando, Florida SARANNE F. D ' ALBENAS Nassau, Bahamas PAUL HAMILTON DALEEN Jacksonville, Florida JOSEPH DALTON Nokomis, Florida ARTHUR BRADLEY DALZELL . . .St. Petersburg, Florida LAWRENCE ARTHUR DANTON Bartow, Florida Row 3 DAVID ARTHUR DAVIDSON Islamorada, Florida JAMES WILSON DAVISON Rye, New York FRANCES PUGH DAVIS Jacksonville, Florida JOHN WAYNE DAVIS Miami Springs, Florida RICHARD SHERWOOD DAVIS .... Winter Haven, Florida LARRY CARL DAWSON Culver, Indiana MARY ANN DEBRAUWERE .... Fort Lauderdale, Florida BYRON BRUCE DECARON Fort Myers, Florida 274 ' «r ' «•%-% ' %- Pi f UikM Row 1 JOHN NEAL DELETTRE Miami, Florida JUDY ANNE DENTAMARO Miami, Florida JAMES DAVID DERAMUS Lakeland, Florida JOHN JORDAN DERVIN .... Port Washington, New York ROBERT ASHLAND DESEAR Bradenton, Florida LEILAH HELEN DIEKMAN .... Bedford Hills, New York ELLEN JEAN DILLS Lakeland, Florida AUDREY LOUISE DIXON Washington, D. C. Row 3 JACK DALE DURBIN Orlando, Florida DANIEL C. DURRANCE Lake Placid, Florida WILLIAM A. DURRANCE Lake Placid, Florida BILLIE DIANE EAKER St. Petersburg, Florida ELAINE KIRBY EATON Garden City, New York FRANK CHRISTIAN EBAUGH .... Winter Park, Florida CHARLES BYRON EBY Kissimmee, Florida PRISCILLA GAIL ECKERT Rockland, Massachusetts Row 2 DEBORAH LEE DODDS Tampa, Florida WALTER GUY DOOLITTLE Lakeland, Florida JOHN FRANKLIN DOTY, JR Winter Haven, Florida MYLES SCHWACH DOUGLAS .... Brooklyn, New York PAUL LEWIS DOUGLAS Casey, Illinois BILL OTIS DOWNEY Chattanooga, Tennessee DAVIS AYRES DRAKE Narberth, Pennsylvania MARY ANN DUMAS St. Petersburg, Florida Row 4 CAROL ELAINE EDENS Annapolis, Maryland JAMES ARDELL EDGE Sanford, Florida WILLIAM WALKER EDMAN, JR. . Pompano Beach. Florida MARCIA LEE EDMONDS Montgomery, Alabama SHIRLEY ELAINE EDWARDS .... Chatham, New Jersey JANICE LEE ELLIOT Tampa, Florida BETTY KAREN ELROD Murfreesboro, Tennessee EXUM JAYNE ENGLISH Jacksonville, Florida FRESHMEN Row 1 ROCCO MICHAEL EPOLITO .... Bound Brook, New Jersey SUSAN ALICE ERTLEY Kingston, Pennsylvania WILLIAM R. EVISON Auburndale, Massachusetts JEFFERSON D. EWELL Richmond, Virginia ALVIN WAYNE FARBER Delray Beach, Florida WILLIAM C. FARMER Fort Pierce, Florida CAROL ELLEN FASSET Orlando, Florida RICHARD WALLACE FOUQUET .... Fort Myers, Florida Oh dear, I broke the needle. CT ' W P p Row 2 WILLIAM DENNIS FERGUSON .... Deerfield, Michigan CAROL JEAN FERSCH Vero Beach, Florida STEPHEN JOSEPH FINN Nicholson, Pennsylvania CAROLYN FLANAGAN Lakeland, Florida WILLIAM D. FLETCHER Pompano Beach, Florida GORDON MOORE FORBES Clermont, Florida ROSENDO FORNS Havana, Cuba DAVID JOSEPH FORTHOFFER Lakeland, Florida Row 3 LEO STEVEN FOX Sarasota, Florida BARBARA STAR FRANZEL Land O ' Lakes, Florida RALPH FRANKS Winter Park, Florida MILTON LAWRENCE FRAZER Lakeland, Florida BETTY JANE FRIESE .... Curundu Heights, Canal Zone LAWRENCE HARVEY FUCHS . . . Hempstead, New York DARREL JACKSON FULTON Bartow, Florida SALLY JANE FURLONG Vero Beach, Florida 276 %■«-%-% ■ Mni lHI»MlllHM]aMI««IIBWlHBl»H! ««««.S»Bat 11 ii.piyi ' fe ' wisiTOiatwt!! 1 iismaiii ' li ' disffleiHa ' waiSit! " ' " w v siii ' if ' u . " ij wfj - ws sfs stfjj:? Row 1 ANN PHILLIPS GAITHER Hickory, North Carolina DOROTHY ELSIE GALLOWAY Lakeland, Florida BODIL ELIZABETH GARDUM Stavanger, Norway JAMES LEE GAYLE Winter Haven, Florida PATRICIA ANN GAY Montgomery, Alabama DONALD THOMAS GEIGER Wellborn, Florida VERRA ELIZABETH GIBBONS Sarasota, Florida EDWARD NORMAN GIESE Rochester, New York Row 2 MAGDALENA GIGLIA Lakeland, Florida LAUREL LOUISE GILMOUR Ridge Manor, Florida DAVID LOUIS GIRARDIN Fort Myers, Florida PETER LOUIS GIRARDIN Fort Myers, Florida VERONICA MARY GNOZZIO .... Garden City, New York MARILYN DEE GOBEN Columbus, Ohio GEORGE WESLEY GOFF Lakeland, Florida BARBARA A. GOODFRIEND Riverton, Connecticut Row 3 ROBERT SPARKS GOODRIDGE .... Vero Beach, Florida ALBERT CLAUDE GOODWIN .... Jacksonville, Florida PAMELA SEAY GOODWYN Coral Gables, Florida PATRICIA MILMAR GOSLIN Sao Paulo, Brazil ROBERT JAMES GOULD Epworth, Virginia FREDERICK DAVID GRAVES Tampa, Florida BETTY PIERCE GREENMAN Marathon, Florida JULIA NELL GREGG LeesDurg, Florida Row + GARY MANZ GREGORY Coral Gables, Florida SUSAN ELIZABETH GREGORY . . Jefferson, South Carolina TANNY RUDENE GRIFFIN Villa Rica, Georgia LILLIAN EARLINE GRIFFIS Macclenny, Florida BARBARA LEE GRIMMER East Aurora, New York ROBERT ALLEN GROBE Hollywood, Florida KATHERINE ANN GRUBB Lakewood, Ohio DARLENE ANN GUINUP Sarasota, Florida 277 FRESHMEN Row 1 MILLICENT GWIN Jacksonville, Florida JAMES HAGEDORN Middletown, Ohio RAIFORD HAGSTROM, JR Pierson, Florida JAMES GRAHAM HAILE, JR Gainesville, Florida ROBERT HALE Winter Haven, Florida TREVA EARLINE HALE Coral Gables, Florida JILL ANN HALL Winter Haven, Florida PETER ANTHONY HALMOS Coral Gables, Florida I hear Santa had to clear with Dean Eicholtz first. Row 2 ANNE CAROLINE HAMILTON . Lookout Mountain, Tennessee RONALD EARL HAMILTON .... Ft, Lauderdale, Florida LINDA SUE HAMPTON Dundee, Florida JAMES WILSON HARDEE Plant City, Florida PATRICIA LEE HARDESTY .... Chevy Chase, Maryland THOMAS J. HARMELING Winter Park, Florida DAVID PAUL HARNER Auburndale, Florida JAY DERWOOD HARRIS Clermont, Florida Row 3 KAY MELISSA HARRIS Winter Park, Florida LINDA LEE HARRIS Ocala, Florida EVELYN IDA HARVEY Haddonfield, New Jersey MILTON WRIGHT HATCHER . . . Walnut Ridge, Arkansas CHARLES E. HAWKINS, III Bethesda, Maryland HELEN PENELOPE HAYES Ellaville, Georgia JOHN RAYMOND HAYES Sanford, Florida JOANN VIRGINIA HEATH Arlington, Virginia 278 % • « Row 1 PATRICIA LOUISE HEATH Atlanta, Georgia LYNN NYGREN HEBBARD Lakeland, Florida ROBERT GRANT HENDERSHOT . . . Jensen Beach, Florida LLOYD FIDELL HENDERSON Lakeland, Florida WILLIAMETTA HENDERSON Hapeville, Georgia LAURA CAROL HENRY Miami, Florida JANET AULEAN HICKS Davidson, North Carolina JIMMY RICHARD HICKS Plant City, Florida Row 2 GLENN STALEY HICKSON, JR Bartow, Florida LINDA LOU HILL Jacksonville, Florida JANET LEE HILLIER Miami, Florida ROBIN LYNN HILLMANN Lakeland, Florida MARVIN HUGHES HINES, JR Dade City, Florida ELAINE CLAIRE HINSON Jacksonville, Florida SARA GORHAM HITCHCOCK .... Nashville, Tennessee PETE LEROY HOGAN Eau Gallic, Florida Row 3 BOBBIE JEAN HOLLAN Fort Myers, Florida DEAN WALTER HOLLOWAY .... Waynesboro, Virginia WILLIAM JAMES HOOVER Mt. Dora, Florida DANIEL KING HOPGOOD Rockville, Maryland BILLY VEE HOPKINS Dunedin, Florida WALTON TRENHOLM HOPKINS .... Cecil Field, Florida PAMELA MARIE HORTON .... Topsfield, Massachusetts GAIL MARION HOUSE Plant City, Florida Row 4 JOHN WALLACE HOUSTON . . Downingtown, Pennsylvania RALPH TURNER HOWARD Lakeland, Florida SUSAN VIRGINIA HOWARD . Chapel Hill, North Carolina LINDA SUE HOWELL Jacksonville, Florida JOHNNY BILL HOY Meadville, Pennsylvania GEORGE W. HUBMAIER Orlando, Florida RICHARD EDWARD HUFF Leesburg, Florida MAXINE PIERCE HUNTER Jacksonville, Florida 279 FRESHMEN Row 1 CAMILLA WARREN HUTTON . . . Hickory, North Carolina ROBERT LEWIS INGLE Sarasota, Florida JAMES WILLIAM JACKSON Ft. Myers, Florida KATHRYN ALICE JACKSON Lakeland, Florida LEE BLAKE JACOBS Dunedin, Florida GORDON WILLIAM JACOBS Frostproof, Florida THEODORE B. JAHN, II Winter Haven, Florida WILLIAM RONALD JAMES Rossville, Georgia What a time to play the Star-Spangled Banner. Row 2 WILLIAM JENCOWSKI Lakeland, Florida CHARLES MILTON JENKS Berwyn, Pennsylvania PAMELA ANN JENSEN Seattle, Washington BARBARA WESTON JOHNSON Miami, Florida CHARLES R. JOHNSON, JR Port St. Lucie, Florida JUDITH LOWELL JOHNSON Winter Park, Florida LARRY JAMES JOHNSON Hawthorne, Florida MARTHA ELLEN JOHNSON . . . Cumberland, Rhode Island Row 3 RONALD WAYNE JOHNSON Galesburg, Illinois THOMAS M. JOHNSON, JR. . . . Pompano Beach, Florida WILLIAM EDWARD JOHNSON Sanford, Florida PAMELA MARIE JOHNSTON . . . Arlington Heights, Illinois ELIZABETH CARR JONES Bristol, Virginia ERNEST GRAVES JONES .... Spartanburg, South Carolina SANDRA SUE JONES Jonesboro, Indiana SUSAN LEE JONES Falls Church, Virginia 280 Row 1 ALYCIA JEAN JORDAN Hialeah, Florida SHERRILL EILEEN KALE Falls Church, Virginia MAUREEN SUE KAPP Miami, Florida GAIL SCHAFMAN KAPLAN Lakeland, Florida ROBERT HENRY KASTEN Zeeland, Michigan DALE KEITH KEEGAN Hollywood, Florida JOEL PRESTON KEEN Vero Beach, Florida DANNY HOWARD KEITH Lake Alford, Florida Row 2 CLIFFORD SIDNEY KENT, JR Lakeland, Florida JOHN A. KERN Daytona Beach, Florida RALPH DONALD KERN Mt. Sterling, Kentucky PHILLIP DELOR KERR Biscayne Park, Florida JOHN MARTIN KIBLER, JR Lakeland, Florida ARLENE MAE KICKERT Harvey, Illinois ROBERT W. KIMBROUGH Brooksville, Florida JAN WYNN KING Bradenton, Florida Row 3 PATRICK ASA KING Ft. Lauderdale, Florida BRADFORD LOWELL KINNEY Holly Hills, Florida DANIEL HUGH KINSEY Ft. Myers, Florida EDITH LYNN KLEIN North Port, New York BARBARA A. KLEINSCHMIDT Hialeah, Florida ELBERT LESLIE KNIGHT Lakeland, Florida GAY PATRICIA KONECKY Moline, Illinois LYNNE ELEANOR KRNOUL Cocoa, Florida Row 4 CAROL JOYCE KRUCKEMYER Orlando, Florida DONALD A, LAFERRIERE Rockville, Connecticut RICHARD ROSS LAING Winter Park, Florida LINDA JANE LAIRD Delray Beach, Florida JOANNE MARIE LANCASTER Dunedin, Florida SAMUEL GIFFORD LANDE Jacksonville, Florida LINDA LANE Miami Shores, Florida HENRY BERNARD LANGE . Great Neck, Long Island, New York FRESHMEN Row 1 JOHN HARVEY LANTZ Atlanta, Georgia ROBERT MARK LARSON Chicago, Illinois LAWRENCE HUGH LASDON Scarsdale, New Yorlc MARY DABNEY LASHBROOK Orlando, Florida WILLIAM LASWELL New Smyrna Beach, Florida VIRGINIA TOWNE LATIMER .... Kingsport, Tennessee ALFRED CHARLES LAUBSCH Jacksonville, Florida RONNIE LAUDERDALE Lakeland, Florida Don ' t worry, he ' s housebroken. n ifMU I r f! Row 2 CELESTE LAWLESS Birmingham, Alabama GEORGIA LYON LAWRENCE Fort Myers, Florida LINDA RUTH LAWTON Jacksonville, Florida JOEL BOYD LEDLOW Fort Walton Beach, Florida BOB MEADERS LEE Atlanta, Georgia LINDA GAY LEIGH Coral Gables, Florida MARY HELEN LEITNER Micanopy, Florida PHILIP WAYNE LEMONS .... Murray Hill, New Jersey Row 3 MARY JO LENT Lorton, Virginia PETER DEFOREST LEONARD . Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts PATSY JEAN LESTER Plant City, Florida DANIEL LOUIS LESTER Hollywood, Florida SUSAN LYNN LEWELLEN Miami, Florida JOHN NEAMS LEWTER Cayce, South Carolina STEPHEN LIPPINCOTT Riverton, New Jersey DAVID ARTHUR LITTLE Franklin, New Jersey 282 %•«•%-% ' Row 1 ROBERT BYRON LIVESAY Lakeland, Florida JANET CAROLE LOCKHART .... Winter Haven, Florida DORIS JANE LOUFT Silver Springs, Maryland DANNY BRYN LOWELL Winter Haven, Florida JENA LOWMAN Fort Myers, Florida CYNTHL SARGE LUECK . . . New Smyrna Beach, Florida MARCIA LEE MacDONALD Clermont, Florida VINCENT LOUIS MAGGIO San Antonio, Texas Row 2 MARILYN C. MANDELSTAM . . . Hyannis, Massachusetts GEORGE THEODORE MANN Fort Myers, Florida ANITA LOUISE MANSKE Chicago, Illinois ALBERT JOSEPH MARCOTTE .... Prairie View, Illinois ANTHONY JONAS MARGERUM . Elizabethville, Pennsylvania KATHLEEN ANN MARNOCK .... Winter Park, Florida MELODI BENNER MARSH .... Haddonfield, New Jersey DONNA FAYE MARTIN Dallas, Texas Row 3 JOHN FREDERICK MARTIN Bartow, Florida BARBARA JEAN MARTINDALE Bartow, Florida MARTHA FRANCES MASHBURN . . . Jacksonville, Florida HAZEL EWBANK MASON .... Gastonia, North Carolina BARBARA JEAN MAWK Lake Alfred, Florida NANCY BELL McCORMICK Delray Beach, Florida CHARLES LARRY McCRANIE Windermere, Florida JAMES BRUTON McCRANIE Lakeland, Florida Row 4 BARBARA AZALEA McDONALD . . Indian Head, Maryland LORNA MacDOUGAL Westfield, New Jersey JAMES RAY McGEE Salisbury, North Carolina PAULA OWEN McKAMEY Knoxville, Tennessee ROSS JOSEPH McKELSEY Miami, Florida VINCENT LORING McKENZIE Kissimmee, Florida JAMES JOEL Mcknight Lake Worth, Florida SARA JEAN McCLESKEY Tampa, Florida 283 FRESHMEN Row 1 ROBERT ALAN McNAB Pompano Beach, Florida MARY VIRGINIA McNEAL Jacksonville, Florida ALICE LOUISE McOSKER Bronxville, New York NANCY ELIZABETH McRAE .... Ellerbe, North Carolina GARY HAROLD MAYER Quogue, New York ROBERT ANDREW MAYER Memphis, Tennessee TANYA LEE MEANS Eau Gallic, Florida GEORGE GILBERT MEARS Kissimmee, Florida You ' re kidding; you don ' t really offer Underwater Basket Weaving, do you ? Row 2 KRISTINA JEAN MELTON Orlando, Florida SUSAN KORTH MEYERL Miami, Florida FRANK LOVELL MILLEN Watkins Glen, New York ARNOLD NAYLOR MILLER .... New Canaan, Connecticut BARBARA ANN MILLER Palmetto, Florida HERBERT C. MILLER Winter Haven, Florida JAMES HUGH MILLER III Dunedin, Florida SANDRA KAY MILLER Pompano Beach, Florida Row 3 BRENDA SUZANNE MILLS ... St. Simons Island, Georgia RICHARD WILLIAM MILLS North Miami, Florida MARY LOUISE MILTON ........ Arlington, Virginia KAREN ANNE MINEHART Rockford, Illinois MARY SUE MINOR Ft. Pierce, Florida ROBERT W. MITCHELL Jacksonville, Florida BARBARA MAE MOORE Tampa, Florida MARY GRACE MOORE Tampa, Florida 284 ♦ % • % Row 1 RICHARD BENSON MOORE Flint, Michigan VIRGINIA FRANCES MOORE Haines City, Florida WILLIAM GRANT MOORE Rye, New York WILLIAM TUCKER MOORE Lakeland, Florida CAROL JANE MOSES Miami, Florida KATHLEEN ANNE MOSELY .... Port Saint Joe, Florida BARBARA ANN MOSS New Smyrna Beach, Florida JOHN EVANS MULDER Villanova, Pennsylvania Row 2 JAMES KENT MURRAY Miami, Florida ALICE MURRAH Columbus, Georgia PAUL MURPHY Mount Sterling, Kentucky MARY COLLETT MUNGER St. Petersburg, Florida DIANE MICHELE MULLOY Miami, Florida REINHART MUELLER Nuernberg, Germany SHARON ANN NEILL Gulfport, Florida CAROLE NEIGHBOURS .... West Hartford, Connecticut Row 3 SARA LYNN NORTHRUP Daytona Beach, Florida GWENDOLYN FINNEY NIVEN .... Memphis, Tennessee JUDITH ELAINE NEWSOM Lakeland, Florida MARION LORENE NEWMAN Greenville, S. C. ELIZABETH ANN NEWCOMB . . Sioux Falls, South Dakota SHARON LEE NELSON Winnetka, LUinois JUDY ANN NELSON Lakeland, Florida ANITA EILEEN NELSON Hollywood, Florida Row 4 MARY JO NOTTINGHAM Hartford City, Indiana MICHAEL M. OGILVIE Winter Park, Florida GAIL JUDITH OLAH Pompano Beach, Florida CAROLE ELIZABETH OLLEK Atlanta, Georgia HUGH LAWRENCE O ' NEILL Lakeland, Florida MARIAN KATHERINE O ' NEAL Miami, Florida PATRICIA MARIE O ' NEAL Lakeland, Florida SARA ANN OSBORNE Raiford, Florida 285 FRESHMEN m Row 1 MARGARET CARROL OSWALD .... Warrensville, Ohio WILLIAM LAWRENCE OWEN Bradenton, Florida MARSHA LOUISE PALMER . . . New Smyrna Beach, Florida FRANK PARKER Brunswick, Georgia MARY ALICE PARKER Decatur, Georgia SHIRLEY ANN PARKER Jacksonville, Florida SANDRA SUSAN PARNELL Fort Myers, Florida EDGAR C. PARROTT Newnan, Georgia So this is Florida Southern uJUMt Row 2 KATHRYN ROSS PARTLOW Orlando, Florida GILBERT WAYNE PATTERSON . . Spring Lake, New Jersey SUE PRESSLY PATTON Jacksonville, Florida ERNEST PECK Lakeland, Florida JOSE A. PERDOMO . . . Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Republic JOHN LEE PETERS Pikeville, Kentucky FRANCIS PETERS Rye, New York WANDA GAYLE PETERSON Coral Gables, Florida Row 3 ELIZABETH ANN PETTERSEN . . Charleston, South Carolina CURTIS MASSEY PETTY Jacksonville, Florida BLANCHE M. PFEUFFER East Islip, New York CARROLL WAYNE PHILLIPS Lakeland, Florida SHELIA ANN PIKE Fort Pierce, Florida MARY ANNE PITTMAN Orlando, Florida VICKI LYNN PITTMAN Elkhart, Indiana EVELYN CAROL POINTER Fort Myers, Florida 286 Row 1 DALE EUGENE POTTER Orlando, Florida JOHN WILLIAM PRESCOTT .... Riviera Beach, Florida SANDRA PIERCE PRESTON Bristol, Virginia JOHN F. PRINDIBLE Fort Pierce, Florida HAROLD LEE PUGH Lakeland, Florida GAIL DAVIS PURVIANCE .... Fort Lauderdale, Florida JOHN CLIFTON RAEBURN Lakeland, Florida LINDA LEE RAY Winter Haven, Florida Rovy 2 FRANKLIN JOSEPH REAGERS .... Bay Shore, New York JOHNNY JAMES REAVES Jacksonville, Florida MARK BRANT REEVE Glen Ridge, New Jersey SHARON KAY RESTER Wewahitchka, Florida ANDREA GALE REYNOLDS Sebring, Florida CHARLES REYNOLDS Lake Placid, Florida DIANE PAULA RICHARDS Sarasota, Florida DON FREDERICK RICHARDS . . . West Palm Beach, Florida Row 3 MARY OVERBY RICHARDSON Tampa, Florida MARJORIE GAIL RICKEY Dunn, North Carolina CHARLES BABB RICKERD Daytona Beach, Florida RONALD LEWIS RICKERDS Winter Park, Florida LESLIE LAMAR RIMEL Apopka, Florida JANET CAROL RING Amityville, New York PATRICIA JOAN RIORDAN .... Stony Brook, New York ETHEL LEE RISER Sanford, Florida Row 4 PENELOPE LYNN RITCHIE . . . Greenville, South Carolina SHARON LOUISE ROBERSON Orlando, Florida DOROTHY LOVEJOY ROBERTS Rye, New York BERNICE ANN ROBERTS Lake Charles, Louisiana ALICE JACKIE ROBINSON Tallahassee, Florida CAROL MARTIN ROBINSON .... Chatham, New Jersey LINDA GALE RODDENBERRY Sopchoppy, Florida MAXINE IDA MAY ROGERS Miami, Florida 287 ifi]iarMeiaSIK£ia!1IBB«JICi(!Sr£JK» hfQfB9(«H3IUit(tiHfl« l FRESHMEN Row 1 RAYMOND EDWARD ROGERS .... Leonia, New Jersey SUSAN DILLARD ROGERS .... Haddonfield , New Jersey JANE GRIFFITHS ROHRBACK . . . North Miami, Florida GARY MITCHELL ROTH Falls Church, Virginia BRENDA JOYCE ROWE Indian Head, Maryland THOMAS WALTER ROWE Pittsford, New York GEORGE ALAN RUBIN Sarasota, Florida JAMES GEORGE RUDOLPH, JR. . . Kittanning, Pennsylvania How did this Jai Alai stub get in with these things? Row 2 RUBY GALE RUKE Fort Myers, Florida ROBERT LEWIS RUMPF Orlando, Florida WILLIAM KENNETH RUSS Miami, Florida FRANCES CAROLYN RUSSELL Columbus, Georgia JOHN BOYD SARGEANT, JR Lakeland, Florida TOM EDWARD SCHARAR Lakeland, Florida BETTY JANE SCHEBLEIN St. Petersburg, Florida SUSAN JANE SCHIRMER Saugerties, New York Row 3 CHARLES R. SCHINDLER Malvern, Pennsylvania RICHARD W. SCHLOESSER Port Charlotte, Florida JAMES HOWARD SCHLURAFF Orlando, Florida TYLER RAY SCHOUTEN Watkins Glen, New York DEANNA MARILYN SCHUBERT . . . Lake Worth, Florida LINDA RAE SCHWARTZ Joh nstown, Pennsylvania KAREN N. SCHWEINSBERG .... St. Petersburg, Florida JAMES ERNEST SCHWIERING . . . Boynton Beach, Florida 288 % ♦ « • V Row 1 JACK EDWARD SEKORA Lakeland, Florida BARBARA ANN SELLERS Tampa, Florida MARY ELIZABETH SEVERN .... Fergus Falls, Minnesota ANITA L. SHACKELFORD Jacksonville, Florida MARSHA SHACKELFORD Miami, Florida MARGARET D. SHARP Lakeland, Florida SUSAN SHEPARD Coral Gables, Florida CONSTANCE E. SHOUP Winter Park, Florida Row 2 DEAN ALLEN SHOWERS Beloit, Wisconsin CARL WILLIAM SHRADER Clearwater, Florida JOHN SHUFFLEBARGER Lakeland, Florida JAMES WILLIAM SIDWELL Tampa, Florida CARL WAYNE SIMONS Lakeland, Florida BOBBY RAY SIMS Winter Haven, Florida GAYLE ANN SKAZA Brecksville, Ohio JAMES E. SLAUGHTER New Canaan, Connecticut Row 3 ELINOR MICHELE SLEWETT Miami, Florida CAROLYN MARIE SMITH Ocala, Florida GARY DON SMITH Lakeland, Florida KING JOHN SMITH Sanford, Florida SUZANNE SMITH Kingsport, Tennessee STUART WAY SMITH Winter Park, Florida THOMAS AMORY SMITH Amityville, New York JOHN ANDREW SNIVELY Winter Haven, Florida Row 4 JON HAMMOND SNOWMAN .... Caldwell, New Jersey WILLIAM HUDSON SOLOMON Montverde, Florida JAMES GERALD SOMERS Fort Wayne, Indiana SUSAN MARIE SOW Jensen Beach, Florida ROBERT DONALD SOPER Bethesda, Maryland CAROLE ANNE SOUTH Columbus, Ohio SHARON JANE SPAHR Fairborn, Ohio GAYLE SHARON SPANIER . . . Port Washington, New York FRESHMEN Row 1 BARRY WILLIS SPAWN Miami Beach, Florida GEORGE MARK SPIECKER Coral Gables, Florida SHARON ANN SPICKARD Winter Haven, Florida JULE DARRYL SPRINGER Lakeland, Florida HAROLD VINCENT STAFFORD Tampa, Florida CHARLONA MARIE STAMM Zanes%ille, Ohio SUSAN JEAN STAPLES Northbrook, Illinois MARY ANN STARLING Orlando, Florida Ole King Sol was a merry old soul. Row 2 MICHAEL F. STARYK Grosse Pointe, Michigan GARY JOHN STEELE Stuart, Florida CHARLES RAY STEPHENS Jacksonville, Florida FREYA LANELLE STEPHENS Orlando, Florida SUSANNE STEVENS Kingsport, Tennessee JOEL ROYCE STEWART Lakeland, Florida SUSAN CALDWELL STOKES Fulton, Kentucky LARRY EUGENE STONE Gibsonton, Florida Row 3 MARK CHRISTOPHER STORY . . . Douglaston, New York JOSEPH HODGE STOWELL Naples, Florida PHILIP M. STOWERS Mulberry, Florida JUDITH ANNE STUDSTILL Chiefland, Florida JOHN LESLIE SULLIVAN Orlando, Florida JUNE SHARON SULLIVAN Bartow, Fforida LINDA GAY SUTTON Jacksonville. Florida CAROL EVELYN SWATA Miami, Florida 290 f C% cs Row 1 MARY NELL SWEENEY Orlando, Florida MYRNA LOUISE SWINDELL Rockledge, Florida RUTH JANE TAFT Mahtomedi, Minnesota BARBARA ANN TALL Gary, Lndiana CHARLES OWEN TAYLOR Beverly, New Jersey DOROTHY GAY TAYLOR Winchester, Kentucky JOHN BRYANT TAYLOR Pearl River, New Jersey RONNIE WESLEY TEAGUE Winter Haven, Florida Row 2 WARREN DOUGLAS TENNYSON Tampa, Florida MICHAEL J. TERRELL Fort Myers, Florida CHRISTINE LOUISE THIMM ... La Grange Park, Illinois BETTY RUTH THOMPSON Richmond, Virginia DAVID CLARK THOMPSON Lakeland, Florida EARL FINCHER THOMPSON . . . Germantown, Tennessee JAMES PHILIP THOMPSON Plant Citv. Florida STEPHEN CARL THOMPSON .... Winter Haven, Florida Row 3 DAVID THORNE Delray Beach, Florida GEORGEANNE SANDRA TICE .... Spokane, Washington MARY SUE TISDALE Lakeland, Florida PAMELA ALICE TOMLINSON .... Coral Gables, Florida LOTTIE JOANNE TOUCHSTONE Arcadia, Florida JOHN COLE TOWER Chatham, New Jersey DAVID ROBERT TRATHEN Miami, Florida THOMAS HUDSON TRENT Vero Beach, Florida Row 4 ALEXANDER J. TROY Miami, Florida PATRICIA ANN TROYER Columbus, Ohio MARY JANE TURNER Coral Gables, Florida MARVIN GEORGE TYLER Lakeland, Florida MARGERY ANNE UFFORD Ithaca, New York JERRY LYNN ULREY Oviedo, Florida VALERIE WAKELAND VAISEY .... Rochester, New York ROBERT VANNOSTRAND . - Sarasota, Florida 291 FRESHMEN Row 1 ERIC N. VANVALKENBURGH .... Merion, Pennsylvania JOHN ARTHUR VARNER Fairborn, Ohio EMERY STEVEN VITAI Auburndale, Florida MARY RUTH VONALLMEN Lakeland, Florida JUNE ALLISON WAITE Miami, Florida JEAN GAY WAITS Lakeland, Florida HENRY FICKEN WALKER Riverside, Connecticut JANET ARNOLD WALL Kingsport, Tennessee I don ' t see anything ■wrong with Sleeping Bear. That ' s B-E-A-R. Row 2 LUCLARE WALLACE Tampa, Florida CAROLYN VINCENT WARDEN Orlando, Florida CYNTHIA ANN WARNER Willoughby, Ohio SUE WARREN Tampa, Florida JACQUELINE ANN WASH Frankfort, Kentucky IRMA NADINE WATERS Bartow, Florida JAN ELIZABETH WATKINS Jacksonville, Florida DAVID JOSEPH WATSON Auburndale, Florida Row 3 JEANNE ROBERTA WATT Lakeland, Florida RICHARD DENNIS WEAVER . . . Greensburg, Pennsylvania LINDA ANN WEBB Clearwater, Florida JUDY FLORENCE WEGENER Aurora, Ohio BARBARA ANN WELCH Fort Myers, Florida JOHN SCOTT WELLS Fairborn, Ohio SANDRA FLORENCE WELLS . Atlantic Highlands, Mew Jersey NORA DELL WHEELER Jacksonville, Florida 292 , , % ♦ « Row 1 PAMELA ROSZELL WHEELER Largo, Florida PAULA MARIE WHISLER Fort Myers, Florida EDWARD PARRISH WHITAKER Bristol, Virginia TENA SHAROLL WHITCOMB Cocoa, Florida JOYCE BEVERLY WHITE . . . Melrose Park, Pennsylvania JUDITH DIANNE WHITE Orlando, Florida ROBERTA MAY WHITE Hudson, New York RICHARD CHANCEY WHITE Fort Myers, Florida Row 2 STEPHEN LONDON WHITE . . Port Washington, New York JAMES ALLEN WHITEHURST Bradenton, Florida MICHAEL DERING WHITNEY . . . Coral Gables, Florida CAROL ANNE WILLIAMS Sebring, Florida JOHN WOODSON WILLIAMS Lakeland, Florida WANDA SUE WILLIAMS Okeechobee, Florida HAZEL LOUISE WILLIS Haines City, Florida PATRICIA JANE WILSON Alexandria, Virginia Row 3 BARBARA LOUISE WING Floral City, Florida MARK ETHAN WINNICK Hempstead, New York DONNA LYNN WISEMAN Jacksonville, Florida KENNETH CLIFTON WISWALL . Somerville, Massachusetts JUDITH ANN WOLCOTT Coral Gables, Florida JOYCE DIANE WOLF Euclid, Ohio JOHN STANFORD WOODWARD .... Pitmann, New Jersey BARBARA BERRY WOOTTON .... Auburndale, Florida Row 4 WILLIAM RUSSELL WRIGHT Tavares, Florida LUCILLE ANNETTE WYNN Lakeland, Florida PAMELA LOUISE YATES Key West, Florida GARY MENARD YODER Lakewood, Ohio MARTHA JEANNE YOUKEY Lakeland, Florida LILLIAN CONNI YOUMANS . . . .St. Simons Island, Georgia JAMES OWEN YOUMANS Wauchiila, Florida DOUGLAS ALAN YOUNG Hialeah, Florida 293 Row 1 NORMA MARIE YOUNG Catawba, North Carolina RITA ELLEN YOUNG Mountainside, New Jersey WALTER PRICE YOUNG Lafayette, Indiana KRIEG ADELBERT YOUNGS .... Winter Haven, Florida GUY ZANI, JR White Plains, New York G. FLOYD ZIMMERMANN, III Lakeland, Florida 1 How come all the arrows are on the ground e.xcept the one in the bulls-eve? I met the cutest boy my first dav here. With this crown The 1962 Interlachen Is Dedicated o eUJr ' . dDernkam l avil l .eln6ch professor of mathematics, who for thirty years has shared his wisdom and the richness of his experience with our College. As an outstanding authority in the field of mathe- matics, he has patiently enlightened and inspired hosts of young minds while providing fine example and leadership in education for his colleagues. Ill I WIIIMIMHMIU IMniWRiPi«iflRP»(8PB««lfS 1 I The 1962 Interlachen expresses its appreciation to the fol- lowing business concerns, whose interest and co-operation have helped to make possible the publication of this year- book of Florida Southern College. The editors and business managers respectfully urge that friends of the College examine the advertisements of these firms and individuals, and call upon them for service at every possible opportunity. ««««%•» Coiiiplnttetits » LAKELAND TYPEWRITER SUPPLY COMPANY Royal Electric, Standard and Portable Typewriters Sales - Service Victor Adding Machines and Calculators Sales - Service Thomas A. 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