Morris College - Hornet Yearbook (Sumter, SC)

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MForeword The 1969 Hornet Staff elatedly presents the 1969 Hornet which is centered around the theme "pride and progress.’ The staff has endeavored intensively to produce tins record of the class of 69’s expreiences and impressions of their stay at Morris College, but we enjoyed every moment of the hard work that went into its making. The annual consists of five major divisions: If the administrative staff. 2) faculty, 3) student body, 4) clubs and organizations.and 5) classified advertisement. The staff proudly acknowledges, and appreciates the artistic contribution in the design of the college seal executed by Mr. Theolandcr M. Taylor. Head of the Art Department. We are deeply indebted to our advisor, Mrs. Ponthcolla T. Williams, tor her constant guidance and assistance in compiling and organizing the material, to our photographer, Mr. W.B. Bullock, lor the line quality pictures and for enabling us to meet our deadlines set by the publisher, and to Delmar Publishing Company lor their efficient job as publisher. Now it is time to flip through the pages and reminisce our most precious moments of 1968-69. The 1969 Hornet Staff 2Table of Contents Dedication .... 4 School of Religion . . ...69 Campus ...10 Organizations ...75 Administration . . . . .. ..15 Features ...87 Faculty ....25 Sports ...119 Classes ....31 Advertisements . ..127 3Dedication By I'ailli and Faith alone We are justified. But Faith must be “up and doing.” This la mo us biblical paraphasc must have inspired The Woman's Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina to pray deeply, wish sincerely, and work untiringly to push the work of the organization forward. This is the organization that played a vital role in the growth and development of Morris College for sixty years. Organized April 2, IS88 by eleven women in Zion Baptist Church, Columbia, South Carolina, the convention's purposes were to promote Christian education, and home and foreign mission. Since organizing, the convention has been led by six strong and diligent leaders: I) Mrs. Fannie E. Davis of Columbia. S.C. (1888-1807); 2) Mrs. M.J. Rayon of Charleston, S.C. (1897-1903); 3) Mrs. R.E. Robinson of Grccvnillc. S.C. (1903-1904); 4) Mrs. Cora S. Bovin of Camden. S.C. (1004-1022); 5) Mrs. Connie N. Jones of Charleston, S.C. and Dr. Mable Keith Howard of Darlington. S.C. The Convention is presently under the leadership of Dr. Mary C. Wliitncr of Laurens. S.C. The convention takes on a special project for Morris College each year. Among precious gifts and major contributions from the convention to Morris College are Dobbin-Kcilh Hall (1913), the Dean’s cottage (1934). Mable K. Howard Building (1954). the sponsoring of an annual summer camp at Morris College to give youth training during the summer in Christian education and recreational activities, and a donation of fifty-thousand dollars on the endowment of the college. The convention has also contributed a considerable amount of books to the library, including the first Negro collection, and is piesently sponsoring a drive for twenty-five thousand dollars for books to the library. These contributions were made under the leadership of various presidents, but these presidents had an able body of dedicated Christian women behind the scenes who worked diligently to make these contributions. It is impractical to mention the names of all these women, for they would occupy numerous pages. We therefore feel keenly obliged to say. that for sharing in the total development and progress of Morris College for sixty years, and lor the pride in being a part of the great cultural heritage which is ours, the student body of Morris College proudly salutes the entire Woman's Baptist Education and Missionary Convention of South Carolina in dedicating to you the 1969 Edition of the Morris College Hornet. 4 The Student Body1 xecutive Board of Woman's Baptist Stats" Convention SI A11 I): Mrs. Mencie Reeder. Supervisor of Juniors; Dr. Marion McLcstcr, Corresponding Seeretary; Mrs. Albcrtha Simons, I'reasurer; Mrs. Sarah Z. Daniels. Statistician: Di. Mary C. Whittier, President;l)r. lola Jones, I irst Vice-President; Mrs. Virginia R. Dixon. Second Vice-President; Mrs. Bertha Cobb, Recording Secretary l.mcnlus; Mrs Iikv Itacoals. p.irliamenlarian. SI WDING Mr l.eil.i Robinson. Assistant Supervisor ol Juniors; Mrs. I tliel Gordon. Board Member; Mrs. Pauline Ihompson, Board Member; Mrs. Vasliti W. Smith, Board Member; Mrs. Ptltcl Wilson. Leadership Training Chairman: Mrs. Beatrice Sanders, Assistant to the I'reasurer; Mrs. Albertha Murray. Board Member; Mrs. Lancy Coleman. Boaid Member; Dr. nna D. Reuben. Historian; Mrs A let ha Lewis, Mrs. Bernice Johnson, Recording Seeretar Ml MBI RS ) PIC 11 RI D Mrs ' Wilson. Assistant Recording Secretary; Mis. Bessie Sullivan. Mis Annie I). Staggs. Mis. Isabel Dixon. Mis. Lillie M Reynolds. Mrs. N.A. Robinson. Mrs. Maggie Morris, and Mrs. Cornelia It. Green.Pride tatr of 0Mt l Carolina Exrrutfbr »f| artwfwt BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE Ccrtifiratr of Xucor»or tiou RUjrrrao Irftf’J H »K« cAi«r» or i|fA|i ippomifd lo up«mw o aijft cc lK • two or («• ! ■ «• ,k lulhori ed ind direeied lo THIRD Tht pl« c «K K it piopout ITT. FOt'RI II The purp«H ol ih Corporation diu-------„ Jlu z HI I'll The mtnn ind ie iden ec ,J ill Miiu|in, Tru»i e( Direetonor other olltcert tr i« lolly ' SIX III Thu iStt denied lo b iotoipuriicd No THtHNU.1; SI (('•( . Seereliry ol Sine, by virtue ol ihe tuiboniy mm « Mtd. by Clnp «« i VIII.. ArlMl IJ . I'odrbl loot, tod A «» imenduoty thereto. do hereby deelire ibe »«J orginiettinn 10 be 1 body politic I'd Coipofiie. » th ill the r.ghn, powftc. privilege. ind imirvoiliei, ind (ob-,«cl 10 11 lb lilWUlldAI nd UibilMie . cooleiied b viiJ Cbiptei XLVIII,. Article II . Code ol i«n, ind Aetc iin od» o y thereio CIVF.N under my Iliad ind ihe Sell ol the Sole. M Cri nbu, thiv dty ol .• lb ceil Ol our liMd one ihouv.nd nine hundred ind . ,nd in the one bundreitMj, J J yeir ot the Independence ol the Cnued Stitev ol Amcivci sf}K Yt i-f 'N 6The Morris College SceneThe famous Jackie Robinson visited our campus during the Presidential Campaign endorsing the Humphrey-Muskie ticket. PICTURED BELOW Election-conscious Morristtes. 9Wilson-Booker Science Hall 1967 I Dormitory for Women Mable K. Howard Bldg. Faculty Housing Legare Hall Brawley- Starks Hall Dormitory for MonDobbin-Keith-Whitener Hall Dormitory for Men G. Goings Daniels Hall Dormitory for Women and Dining Mall. Garrick-Boykin GymnasiumStudent CenterPinson Memorial Library Academic Building Our President Dr. Odell R. Reuben B.A.. and HI). Benedict College; B.D. and S.T.M.. Oberlin Graduate School of Theology; LL-D. Allen University; Pd.D. Benedict College; Advanced Studies, Duke University. jg I ie J xf.sj( enis h tn Zt 9 SI A11 I) Mis. Anna l . Keutrcn, Jane. Janice. President KciiIk ii. STANDING Anna Marie. Wilheinenia. I ucy and Odell. JrOFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OPERATED DY THE STATE BAPTIST CONVENTION MORRIS COLLEGE O. R. REUBEN. PRESIDENT SUMTER. S C. Dear Students, Faculty and Friends: Tins yearbook, for which we congratulate the staff and the senior class, is a symbol of the new vitality and life which now possess our College. Already we are celebrating our Sixtieth anniversary. These have been years of vision, dedication, sacrifice and achievement. Following our motto: “Enter to Learn and Depart to Serve." Morris College has sent out thousands of young men and women, as we proudly send out this graduating class, into the schools, pulpits, businesses and professions, and into various communities as servants and salt of the earth. Today we stand at the threshold of new and bigger accomplishments as our New Development Program will double both the size and capacity of the student body. We are determined to meet the challenge of change and to make a contribution commensurately with the dreams of our founders, and needs of the time. To this end we solicit the goodwill and support of all friends ol education. Very truly. (). R. Reuben President 18Dean of College Dr. H. E. Hardin BA.. Benedict College; B.D.. Benedict College: Advanced Studies. Union Theological Seminary: MA.. New York University: Advanced Study toward Ld.D.. New York University; Doctor of Pedagogy. Morris College. 19 C eeroneu C . JrecfericA )us ness TKanaaer . 3. Morris ( 7K. ). 7I.y it anta 'Unioersity c uereit A. Oaus L ibrarian . !., Tlfore iousi ( o L’ j ’ M. 3. L. li anla V(niuersiitj m;717rs. . Jessie 7). Jay ) ' Jxeaisfrar !. .. TRorris Go Rye Advanced Studies. Temple University, Atlanta University and South Carolina State College. JJeo. Jferman J iomas Dean of cS uc en s ). c5., Yort i ( Carolina 71. (•' 7. i a e (’University J. 0. and t . JR.. Oane 17University"June ionsAdministrative Staff . s i find Personnel 23Rev. V. Backus Director of Alumni Affairs Miss Hetty Bowman Mr. Harry Rickcrdykc Bookstore Campus Chef Manager Mr. W. E. Owens Bursar Mrs. L. Singleton Legate Hall Directress Mrs. J. E. Gray Secretary to President Mrs. N. G. Howard Secretary to Dean Mrs. Q. W. Spann Secretary to Registrar NOT PICTURED Mrs. B. R. Wilson Mrs. C. Frederick Mrs. C. F. Days Mrs. B. Pinson Miss I). J. Hatcher Mrs. Carol Black Mrs. Gwen Haskell Mr. J.C. Levy. Jr. Rev. C. Blanlley Cashier Asst. Financial Aid Director Asst. Librarian Library Stall Secretary Secretary Secretary Director Public Relations Director D-K-W Hall Mrs. Genova Isaac Kindergarten 2d Rev. R. W. Stalling Supt. of Buildings and Ground Miss E. Magazine Legate Hall Directress Mrs. W.M. Holland Secretaryfie Oiu is ion of Xaiural Science The Division of Natural Science embraces the areas of Biology. Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. The chief objectives are: To present both the practical and theoretical sides of subjects offered, and to help the student apply the acquired knowledge to various situations that lie may realize the importance of science and mathematics in life. To train the student in the scientific methods of investigation; To give the student a scientific training pertinent to his chosen field or vocation, and to prepare him to meet professional school entrance requirements. The long-planned new science building has become a reality, and m it students have the proper equipment with which to work. Mr. James L. Solomon-Divisional director B.S., Morris College; M.A., Atlanta University; N.S.F. Science Faculty Fellow, University of South Carolina. It . Mr. Radman Ali lo’ ‘M.S. Miami University; Instruc- Mrs. A. K. Mctzc B.S., Allen University; M.S.. Atlanta University; Instructor of Mathematics. Mr. John Davis B.S., West Virginia State College; M.S., Springfield College; M.A., l-isk University; Instructor of Chemistry. NOT PICTURFD Mrs. II. E. II. Lewis. Associate Professor of Mathematics: A.B.. Swarthmore College; M.A.. Smith College; f urther studies; University of Pennsylvania Graduate School. Rutgers University and Trenton State College. Mr. P. J. Mehta. Instructor ot Physics; B.S.. Gujaret University. India; M.S.. Howard University. Mr. R. Houser, Instructor of Chemistry; B.S.. Kansas State College; M.S.,Colorada School ol Mines. Mr. J. F. Loguc, Instructor ol Biology; B.S.. University of South Carolina; M.S.. University of South Carolina. 26The Division of Social Sciences oilers courses in History, Geography, Sociology. Lconomics, and Government. Students of this department are active in the political, social, and cultural life of the college and community. This department aims to enable students to acquire functional information and basic understanding of cultural heritage, man’s interaction with Ins physical and social environment, and existing political and economical institutions, with special emphasis upon the institution of democracy. The students enrolled in this department are learning how to think critically and creatively, and to use problem solving skills in situations involving human relationships. Miss E. Mall. Acting Chairman B.A., Virginia State University; M.A., American University. Dr. A. D. Reuben B.A.. Fisk University; M.A., and Ed.D., Columbia University; History. Mr. P. J.Joslii B.A.. Siddharth College. India. LL.B.. K.C. Law College University of Bombay; History. Rev. L. t. Daniels B.A.. Morns College; M.S.. North Carolina A. T. State University; Additional studies. Atlanta University. Wake Forest and Lincoln University; Social Studies. Mrs. Patricia Ali B.A.. Skidmore College; History Attorney Ernest Finney B.A.. Claflin College; l.L. B.. South Carolina; State College; Gos-cmmcnt.Oiuis ion of fu n an Hies The Division of Humanities embraces the Areas of Art. English. Modern Foreign Languages. Music and Religion. The chief objectives of the Division are as follows: Mr. J. W. Norris Chairman H.S.. South Carolina State College; M. Music. Howard University; Advanced Studies. Indiana University. 1. To give the student an understanding of certain enduring and ultimate human needs which define the goal of all technological achievement and social organization: character, creative expression and appreciation, wisdom, and reverence. 2. To aid in the development of analytical and critical insight into the development of principles and techniques of language and art. 3. To stimulate the perennial enterprise of unifying beliefs into a workable philosophy of life. Mrs. Julia Wells English; B.A., Morris College; Further Studies. South Carolina Slate College. University of South Carolina and Atlanta University. Mrs. Eliza Black English; B.A.. Morris College; M.S., South Carolina State College; Further Studies. New York University and University of Rhode Island. Mr. W'cnd ell Brown English; A.B.. Rollins College; M.A., Teachers College. Columbia University; Further Studies. University of London, England. Dr. Howard Langford English. It.A.. Victoiia College; M.A.. Toronto University; Ph.D.. Columbia University. Dr. Werner Michel French and German; T. Lie. in French. Berne State Teachers College. Ph.D., Berne Univer-s,ty. 28 Mrs. P. T. Williams English; B.A.. Johnson C. Smith University; M.A.. Prof. Diploma, and Further Studies, Columbia University.'Division of ( c ucahon Tlio Division of Education at Morris College is designed to promote the development and growth of professional teachers by giving them a broad liberal arts education within the framework of the college, and a sound training in one or more specialized areas m which the student is to devote his energies as a teacher. Students receive a program of general education designed to develop the knowledge, understanding, skill and abilities which are the common possessions o! educated persons as individuals and as citizens in a free society. Many courses offered by the department have been enlivened through the use of new teaching techniques, and audio-visual aids. Mrs. Magnolia A. Lewis Chairman i the Division; B.A., M rri College; M.Ed.. Hampton Institute; Further Study at Indiana University. Dr. S. P. Joshi Education; B.S.. Nagpur University. India; M.A.. Louisiana State University; Ph.D., Texas Women's University. Mrs. Daisy Scott B.A., Morns College; M.A., Tuskegec Institute-Education. Mrs. E. B. Kirkland B.S.. Morris College: M.Ed.. University of lllinoivEducation. NOT PICTURED Mrs. Mary Thomas. B.S.. Barber-Scolia College; Eurther Study. University of North Carolina and North Carolina College. English. Mr. M. Dec Woodson. B.A.. University of Texas; Further Study. South Carolina State College. Education. Mr. R. M. Cory. B.A.. Shimer College; Further Study. South Carolina State College. Education. 297 ea t i and Jj iy steal C ducat ion Mr. Harr)' L. Geter B.S.. North Carolina College: M.S.. North Carolina College. Mrs Vivian Davis B.S., South Carolina State; M.Ed.. South Carolina State. NOT PICTURED Mr. Andrew Pollard. Director of Physical Education; B-A., Morris College; M.A.. North Carolina College. Humanities Division Miss E. L. Cooke. Music. Mus.B.. Howard University; Mus.M., University of Rochester. On Leave during further studies Mrs. Magnolia A. Lewis. Education; B.A., Morris College; M.Ed., Hampton Institute; Further studies. Indiana University and now doing advanced studies at American University. Mr. J. W. Norris, Music. B.S., South Carolina State College; Mus.M., Howard University; Advanced Studies. Indiana University. Mr. Jimmy B. Benson. Biology; B.S., Morris College; M.S.. Atlanta University; Advanced Studies. Cornell University. Thcolander M. Taylor. Art; B.S., North Carolina A T College; Advanced studies, Hampton Institute. University of North Carolina. 30 Senior (' ass 0 cars (.'destine Pearson, Vice-President. Dorothy James, Treasurer: Garvin Manager: Not Pictured: Judy Mosley. Secretary Daniel. President; Konetta Durant. Asst. Secretary; Donald Dudley, Business 32Richard Addison llartsvillc. S.C. Major: Social Studies Julia Alexander Florence, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Mrs. Grade Alston Myrtle Beach, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Roberta Amos Sumter. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Millie Anderson Gray Court, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Sandra Anderson Sumter, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Mrs. Augustine Benton Cheraw, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Luther Blanchard Eutawville, S.C. Major: Social StudiesSamuel Bugger Sumter, S.C. Major: Biology Reno Russell Boyd Columbia S.C. Major: Mathematics Mrs. Tillie Bradley Eliott, S.C. Major: Social Studies Mrs. Carolyn Brantley Ware Shoals, S.C. Major: Social Studies Howard Brockington Florence S.C. Major: Mathematics Belita Brooks Bishopville, S.C. Major: Social Studies Mrs. Martha Brooks Bishopville. S.C. Major: Social Studies Bessie Buckery Sumter, S.C. Major: Elementary Education! Alma Burgess Sumter, S.C. Major: Social Studies Mamie Burroughs Sumter, S.C. Major: English Mamie Champagne Oswego, S.C. Major: linglish Mercedes Chatman Salters. S.C. Major: English Juanita Coleman Newark. N.J. Major: Elementary Education Garvin Daniels Greer, S.C. Major: Social Studies Helen David Benncttsville, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Alene Davis Bishopvillc. S.C. Major: Social Studies"1 Pauline Dennis Borden, S.C. Major: Mathematics Roenettier Durant Sumter, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Lou Ellen Eaddy Fork. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Sadie English Aicolu, S.C. Major: English Helena Fleming Manning, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Mary Fleming Pamplico, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Lucenda Frazier Lake City. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Gwendolyn Gee Effingham, S.C. Major: Elementary EducationLevi Gee Timmonsvjllc, S.C. Major: Mathematics Warren Gathers Rembert. S.C. Major: Mathematics Doris Goodwin Columbia, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Yvonne Graham Latta. S.C. Major: Social Studies Jason Gunter Lake Hamilton, Fla. Major: Mathematics Mrs. Frances Haney Belton, S.C. Major: Social Studies Donald Hudley Washington, D.C. Major: Social Studies Thomasena Ivey Sumter. S.C. Major: Social StudiesCarolyn Jackson Florence, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Dorothy James Sumter, S.C. Major: English Mrs. Earline Jaycox Great Falls. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Susie Jefferson New York. N.Y. Major: Elementary Education Clarence Joyner Georgetown. S.C. Major: Biology Bennie L. Kingwood Sumter, S.C. Major: Biology Thomas Levy Cheraw, S.C. Major: Social Studies Dorothy Mack Columbia, S.C. Major: Elementary EducationMaggie McCants Manning, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Moses McCants Sumter, S.C. Major: Social Studies John McDonald Sumter, S.C. Major: Mathematics Martha MeFadden Alcolu. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Shirley MeGainey Richmond, Va. Major: Social Studies Bessie Miller Chesnee. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Betty Miller Sumter. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Judy Mosley Charleston. S.C. Major: MathematicsJuanita Nicholas Batesburg, S.C. Major: English Eleanor Nowlin Effingliam, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Amelia Owens Pelzer, S.C. Major: Biology Zebedee Pack Sumter, S.C. Major. Biology Celestine Pearson Sumter. S.C. Major: Social Studies Anita Pcay Rembcrt, S.C. Major: Social Studies Loves ter Pendergrass Hartsville, S.C. Major: Biology Linda Pinckney Cross. S.C. Major: BiologyAudrey Potts Sumter, S.C. Major: Plenumtary Education Mavis Prioleau Russellville. S.C’. Major: Biology Shirley Ragin Sumter, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Charles Rogers Newark. NJ. Major: Social Studies Mae Frances Rogers Dillon, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Hallie Scott Salters. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Mrs. Jeanette Scott Sumter. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Ella Simmons Greer. S.C. Major: EnglishVancfta Singleton Beaufort. SC. Major: Elementary Education Maggie Skinner Sumter, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Eugenia Swinton Sumter. S.C. Major: Elementary Education Elmore Thomas Sumter, S.C. Major: Social Studies Eula Thurman Pelzcr, S.C. Major: Social Studies Maude Tolton Charleston, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Bertha Walker Swansea, S.C. Major: Biology Rose Warren Philadelphia. Pa. Major: Elementary Education c iMrs. Jessie Washington Maycsvillc. S.C. Major: Social Studies Mrs. Marcell Washington Charleston, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Carl Watson Arcadia. Fla. Major: Elementary Education Phyllis Way Manning. S.C. Major: Social Studies Marie Webster Sumter, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Annie Weeks Sumter, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Joann Wilder Summcrton, S.C. Major: Elementary Education Dollie Williams Charleston, S.C. Major: BiologyJacqueline Williams Charleston. S.C. Major: Social Studies Shirley Williams lienncttsville. S.C. Major: English Abraham Wright Wedgcfield, S.C. Major: English Catherine Wright Allendale. S.C. Major: Social Studies Joya Wright Philadelphia, Pa. Major: Social Studies Edward Ycargin Greer. S.C. Major: Social Studies i 44roression or , Junior C fass ()fficers Robert Dunlap. President; Prentiss Moore. Vice-President; Mattie Wright. Secretary; Joann Lowman. Asst. Secretary; Jacklyn Shadd. Treasurer: Johnnie White and Donald Nichols, Business Managers. 4G' Sally Adams James Alford Mrs. Betty Alston Thelma Allgood Betty Bates Burmc Bell Alplienia Benbow Harolcttc Bess Patricia Boyd Thelma Bozier Sumpter Burgess Ann Marie Bunson Joseph Broadus Dennis Brock Delons Broun 47 I Cynthia Clark Claudia Cure ton Ralph Dawson Helen Davis Jimmy I'loyd limma K. l-'ludd 48 Hddic Frierson Betty Gambler ! Betty Garland Jennifer Gist Leon Godbold Emily Gourdine George Hampton I''ranees llastie Luluwa Holmes Ronay Hunter Frank Isaac Linwood Israel Mrs. Ida Jones 49 Margo Lawrence Kenneth Leach Arlinda Leonard Joann Low manBlanch McRant Call Moore Prentiss Moore l-'ddie Mumford Reubenna Odom Addie Pee William Pec Gloria Piekettc 50Johnnie Richardson Mrs. Ida Richardson Benjamin Rodgers Inez Priolcau Carrie Sanders Jan Stafford SI Patricia Stevens Melvin Stewart Truman TarteRuby Taylor Anderson I bonus Walter Thompson Susan Turner William Ward George Ward law Patricia Washington Mrs. Carolyn Williams Patricia Williams James Wilson Johnnie White 52 Josephine Whitfield Charles Woodard Hattie Wright Albert VanslykcOa ting C7 me Out cSop iomore ( fass Officers miwr. i .. f »V Curtis Crucll. Vice-President: Annie Alford, Asst .-Secretary; Clarence Alston. President; Betty I.akins. Secretary; Nicholas Murphy. Business Manager; Patsy Milliard. Treasurer. 54Annie Alton! Clarence Patricia Alston Arnold LeaIha Ben bow Nathanial Benbow Lois Ruby E. Roland Benson Billie Boyd Joseph Bright Victoria Britton Mrs. Mary F. Brown Orlanda L. Brown Enrico Johnnie M. Bryant Burgess Muldrou J. Burgess Shirley Campbell Dorothy Cochran David Jr.. Collins Trudy Carter 55 I Lena E. Bennett I erdmard Burns Minnie CooperYvonne Mrs. Alice It Odcstinc Ronald Barbara John Cooper Council Cumming Curcton David Davis. Jr. Juanita Davis Kcnnctli Elcnora Davis. Jr. Davis Dennis Melvin Omega Dickson Dingle Vcrlell Dow Bonnie Burnette Carolyn Dozier Dozier Dozier Feggm Gail Durant. Jr. Durham Boyisc Felder Willie L. Joan lerguson Franklin (Jcorgc Jannett D. Frazier Frazier 56I Toney Fryar Edward Lucy M. Mildred Furness Gainey Gamble Leroy Garrison Ruth M. Gass Joyce D. Gillian! Patsy Gilliard John Gist Annie M. RosaM. Glover Glover Minnie Glover Bonnie Bcttic J. Edward Edith Annette God bolt Goodwin Graves Hammett llarrell Alfonso Herbert Audrey A. Fredricka Hickson Hildebrand Qucncy Holmes Ulysses Holmes. Jr. Mary Jackson Carrie James ( a. 57Shirley Wendell James James Mildred Jasper Carolyn Johnson David Johnson Loran a Johnson Bernard Jones Nora Forcstinc Susan Betty Marion Jones Kennedy Kingwood Lakin Lawson Mrs. Lucile Light y Jessie Littles Gloria Walter Mary E. Harold Lingard Mack Middleton Mitchum Adolphus Moore Manning Moore Nicholas Murphy Isabella McCants Juanita McCants Herbert McCray 58Louise Sickens Sylvia Pack Mrs. Ruth Rachael Thelma Pendergrass Pigatt Postcll Mary Powell Willie Priolcau Virginia Dorothy Ragin Randolph I va M. Riley Lottie Riley Harry Robinson I James A. Mrs. Mary Annetta Robinson Robinson Rogers Linda Valanc A. Rogers Rozier Joseph Scott 59 Verteree Willie Velvia A. Quincy 1). Leroy Boisy M. Scott Smith Simmons Singleton Spann Sweeney Juanita Henry Willie A. Kva M. Tiller Tindal Thomas Tomlin Sylvia Charlie Trappier Walker Marion Flossie L. Linda Julius Ward Watson Weeks White Avis Williams Janie D. Williams Lillie M. Loretta Joyce C. Mary H. Williams Williams Wilson Wilson Harold Witherspoon 60VOf Jj ciu x Willie Wooden Wenlz Bcnbow Dora Benjamin Louise Davis Herbert I ra ier Annie M. Glover Henry King Vivian Murray Felicia Quick Ma ie Ragin Delores Ramsey Sandra Wilson u $ ucfy o naJee jyse f approved" 61SITTING: llallicquc James. Secretary; liarline Cullins. Asst. Secretary; Thercse Coleman. Business Manager; Cornolia Coleman. Treasurer; Joan Wooden Vice President; STANDING: Melvin Robinson. Parliamentarian; Nathaniel Martin. Chaplain; Reuben Levy. President. 62 Judy Bevel Annie M. Blocker Ella M. Bradley Ann Lilly A. Gail Bright Brunson Bryam Betty Mrs. Laraett3 Jerome Isaac Gloria Juanita Burgess Burgess Burke Burnett. Jr. Carter Carter Mary L. RosaJ. Cornolia E. Therese Tyrone Ccasar Cohen Coleman Coleman Collins Earline Cullins Carrie George E. Beaulah A. Marva Celia M. Laura Curry Davis Dawson Dennison Durant Durant 63Mafic Durant Jessie M. I aildy Rebecca Jimmy O. Thelma baddy hastening Ivans Joe L. Fleming Jean C. Michael L. Charlie Samuel L. Ulysses Fox worth Francis Friar son Lunchcss Gambrell Beaulah Cause Peggie J. Gee Brenda S. Gerald Mark Gilmore Prank Gilsson Colethia Glover Emma D. Grant Bertha L. Green Gsvcndolette Halsey Virginia M. Harrington Calvin B. Harrison Gwendolyn Harrison Patricia I last ic Dianna Hayes Yvonne Johnnie M. Laura L. Hallicquc Ncarina Hayes Hunter Jackson James James 64 Doris Daisy A. Robert Robert Allen K. Joyce A Jenkins Johnson Johnson Johnson Jones Jones Ernest L. Melvin Elouise Pearley Ernest C. Eugene Keels Kennedy Knox Lcgctte. Jr. Lcgrandc Lemmon. Jr. Louise Lemon Luvivian Reuben Lemon Levy Vivian Linton Margaret Liilie M. Lloyd Lowery Willie J. Thomas C. Lucas Mtkins Mozclta Nathaniel Manning Martin David Massey Bennie J. Mobley William Moore. Jr. Carolyn Murray Emma R. Murray Julia M. McFaddcn 65Jacqueline McIntosh James If. Pearson Thelma F. Rouse Shelia D. Smith Gloria McNeil John C. Nichols Norman Nowlin Joanna Page Mary Patrick Loretta Pooler Bernice Poslcy Janette Potts Mary F. Presley Jo Ann Pyles Mary Richardson Norma J. Richardson Peggy Richardson Lottie M. Rivers Melvin Robinson Almos Rucker. Jr. Shelia Simmons Geraldine Singleton Martha Milton Singleton Shirley. Jr. Viola Chrishdcl F. George T. Lucille Ida M. Smith Snider Spann Spann Stewart 66Donald Annie L. Claudia M. Walker Ward Williams Alford, Leon Barton. I red Bryant. Aretha Calvin. Mary Coleman. Tliereso Davis. Kevin Dicks. Lubie Ncomia Catherine Woods Wortherly Carrie L. Carrie Wilson Witherspoon Joan Wooden Cjciznerci Mastic, Bernard Holliman, Russell Jackson. Timothy Jenkins, Isaac Lcgettc, Loretta Fitts. Annie Potts. Janette Rogers. Joyce Royster, Marvin Spann, Isaac Taylor. Lilian Walker, Bryant ISpecial and 0Unclassified d) uden s Ollie Cox Bernard Davis Edward Dixon Cornelia Allen Eloris John Cohen Coleman Kuthena Samuel Ellis Gainbrell Jackie Johnson Mildred Dollic Johnson Lambright Carolyn Lege lie David Long Shirley McGee Chester Miller Gwendolyn Mock Jennie Rambert Roson Simmons Leroy Edwards 68cSc' too of Jfe iyion Reverend James J. Abney A.B.. Johnson C. Smith University; B.D.. Benedict College; M.A.. Oberlin Graduate School of Theology; Additional studies. American University; Wesley Theological Seminary. NOT PICTURED Reverend E. McKay Miller, Religion A. B..J.C. Smith University B. l)., Lincoln University Reverend B. D. Lewis. Religion A. B., Morris College B. l)., Howard University School of Religion Reverend II. E. Hardin, Religion Extension Faculty Florence Center Director. Vandroth Backus. B.S.. B. Th., Morris College Further Studies; Columbia University. Pinevillc Center Director. L. W. Williams. B. Th.. D.D.. Morris College Benneltsville Center Director. J. C. Levy. B. Th.. Morris College Camden Center Director, II. B. Washington Conway Center Director, W. A. Johnson. B.S.. B.D.. Morris College Pineland Center Director, T. M. Dixon Reverend B. J. Weston Religion; B.A., Morris College; B.l).. Stark’s School of Theology. 70.» Reverend John T. Bern Greenville. S. C. Reverend Jackie Boyd Andrews. S. C. Reverend Clinton Brantley Rid eland. S. C. Reverend Curtis Cruell Marietta. S. C. Reverend Thomas Dawkins Sumter, S. C. Reverend Herman Felix Lynchburg, S. C. Reverend Alvin Henderson Sumter. S. C. Reverend Horton Howard Sumter. S. C. Reverend Levan Johnson Columbia, S. C. 71Reverend Willie Johnson Florence, S. C. Reverend Janies Kelly Darlington, S. C. Reverend Karl Lewers Siinponvillc, S. C. Reverend Hayward McPadden Lake City. S. C. Reverend James Prince Sumter. S. C. Reverend Morris Roper Long Island, N. Y. Reverend Prank Saunders Florence. S. C. Reverend Charles Seott Greenville. S. C. Reverend Johnny Young Greenville. S. C. 7?Betty Lee King (1948-1968) In all wisdom God called his "special angel". Miss Betty Lee King, to join him in the beauties of the heavens. It is in knowing that God's works are always righteous that we rejoice in the parting of our loved one. The Morris College Family finds solace in the remembrance of her beauty and the wonders of her ways. We marvel at the idea that God has added one more angel to his starry throne. "The grace, divine, definitive. Clings only as a faint forestalling; The laugh that love could not forgive Is hushed, and answers to no calling; The forehead and the little ears Have gone where Saturn keeps the years; The breast where roses could not live Has done with rising and with falling From "For a Dead Lady" Ldward A. Robinson 73 C‘WJj.A Nest of Hornets 74Student Government President Howard Brockington President’s Message The student body at Morris College is confronted with the challenges of today's society just as other student bodies across the country are. We here at Morris, are concerned very much with our role as individuals striving to help this nation remain the number one nation on earth. It is the Morris College objective to see that its educational system provides the type of education that will embrace every phase of American and world adult responsibility. The administration, faculty and student body have vowed to work hand in hand in promoting tins objective. As a black institution it has chosen to do more than its share in establishing meaning in the black man's life. Morris College has fostered in its curriculum those courses designed to make tomorrow a day which will be filled with black awareness and black achievement coming together to establish a black power: The full realization of economic, political and social strength presently enjoyed by the dominant majority. It is the chosen ambition of Morris College to move forward, taking with her all of her students. As a student leader. I am privileged to say that tomorrow's world will certainly benefit from Morris College’s work today. 76Samuel Bugger Vice-Presideni 77 Johnny Richardson Treasurer Thomas Levy Business ManagerSunday School MRS! ROW: Row Warren. Mavis Priolcau. I.inda Pinckcy. Juanita Nichols. Dollie Lambnghl. Jessie Littles. George Davis, Audrey Hickson. Mary Wilson. SECOND ROW: Jerome Rurkc. Rachel Pigatt. Amelia Owens. Jason Gunter. Ruthena Ellis. Mae Francis Rogers. Eleanor Nowlin. Leroy Edwards. Calvin Harrison, Oscar New. Exegetical Society FIRST ROW: Mae Francis Rogers. Gwendolyn Gee, Juanita Nichols. Linda Pinckcy. Mavis Priolcau. Audrey Hickson. Daisy Johnson. SECOND ROW: Ruthena Ellis. Jason Gunter. Amelia Owens. Eleanor Nowlin. Gloria McNeil, Virginia Harrington. Joyce Jones. Oscar New. 78Ushers FIRST ROW: Vcrtell Dow. Amelia Owens. Row Warren. Dollic Lambnght. Rosie Glover. George Daw. Gwendolyn Gee. SFCONI) ROW: Jason Gunter. Mary I . Brown. Rachel Pigatt. Bessie Miller. Ruthena Ellis. Eleanor Nowlin. Leroy Edwards. I IRST ROW: George Davis. Dollic Lambright, Rosie Glover. Minnie Cooper. Daisy Johnson. Rose Warren. Gloria McNeil. Thelma Bozier. SI COND ROW: Eleanor Nowlin. Rachel Pigatt, Shirley Campbell, Carolyn Cochran. Avis Williams, Joyce Jones. Virginia Harrington. John Nichols. 79Biology Club Jessie Littles. Loris Benson. Mavis Prioleau. Linda Pinckey. Ann Hurison, Shirley Campbell. Mary Wilson. Mary Francis Brown. Prentis Moore, Amelia Owens. Women’s Senate Jacqueline Williams, Alene Davis. Juanita Nichols. Mac Frances Rogers. 80Men’s Senate Dobbin Keith Whitcner Dormitory Brawley - Starks Hall Leroy Toney. Walter Thompson. CurtisCniell, James Alford. James Pearson, Leon Allord. Mark Gilmore. Bennie Mobley. 81The Mathematics Club STANDING. I RONT: llaroletle Bess. Pauline Dennis. Judy Mosley. Howard Hrockington. Thelma Bozier. REAR: Jason Gunler. Willie Wooden. David Johnson. Charles Woodard. Johnny Richardson. Janie Kembcrt.and Robert Dunlap. The Social Studies Club lOI’-TO HO'I HIM I ddie Mumtord. Leroy Toney. Charles Blackman. James Alford. Leroy Edwards. Marion Ward. Avis Williams. Dorothy Cochran. Gloria I inward. N vonne Cooper. Shirley McGainey. Minnie Cooper. Marie Gainey. Ruby Billie. Margo Lawrence. Thomas Levi’, and Donald Dudley. 8?Cheerleaders Squad CENTER FRONT: Dora Benjamin. REAR: Laura Williams. Gail Durham. Betty Goodwin (glasses). BEHIND HER Barbara David. Burnette Dozier. Lillian Williams, and Annette Rogers. Dramatic Club Abraham Wright, Gloria Lingard. Yvonne Cooper. Beaulah Gause. Gwendolyn Harrison. Fannie Wells. Luluwa Holmes, Doilie Lambrig hi. Hattie Wright. Joseohine Whitfield. Janie Williams. David Long. Omega Dingle. Raelieal Pigatt. Betty Gamble. Jacklyn Sltadd. Vertell Dow. Gama Daniels 83TheSN EA si VIM) l |lj Simmons, Valane Kozicr. Margo Lawrence. Sherry Samuels. Maude Tollon. STANDING: Walter Thompson. Timothy Jackson. William Moore. Donald Walker. Mark Gilmore. Curtis Jones. SI ATKI): Garvin Daniels. Curtis Crucll. Mary Richardson. Theresa Coleman, Norma Richardson. STANDING: Prentiss Moore. Howard Brockington, Dennis C. Brock. The N A A C P 84The Newspaper Staff SEATED: Betty Bates. Valarie Rozicr. Betty Alston, Luluwa Holmes, Sherry Samuels. STANDING: Elmore Thomas. Adolphus Moore, Jan Stafford. Carl Moore. Benjamin Rogers. Melvin Stewart. The Literary Society SEATED: Ella Simmons. Emily Gourdine. Jaumta Nichols. Janie Williams. Omega Dingle, Shirley Williams. Josephine Williams. Hattie Wright. STANDING: Abraham Wright. Jacklyn Shadd. Euluwa Holmes, Betty Gamble. Vertell Dow. 86SfW The Yearbook Staff SI All I): Helen Davis. Associate liditor. Emily Gourdinc. Secretary; Thelma Bozicr. Typist. Harolcttc Bess. Feature Editor: Blanch McRant. Typist. Betty Gamble and Abraham Wright. Proof readers. STANDING: Russell Reno Boyd, Editor: Mrs. P.T. Williams. Advisor. Garvin Daniels. Business Manager: Ralph Dawson. Layout. NOT PICTURED: Valarie Rozicr. Sherry Samuels. Margo Lawrence and Ella Simmons. Typists; Ronay Hunter and Ann Kurison. Layout. 86decitu 'es lJe tale Jjride in T resentiny oar 2ueens-(ley exemplify beauty and poise. 87orris Hme ia Owens 'inner lla fie Sco 91 TKercedes (Via nanWMM unio Jinn J) orison71 r in fa Leonard Tietiy Tlfsionre si2 man res,JlCiss Jfomecomino noma sen a 7. Ooey JKiss Qjoecf Jlfma D. Jiuryessi ■wfc. - it » mm ATiss Social Studies ancf Attendants« C S9C and Attendant'-‘MMJlT ss C fementaru education ancf AttendantThe Coronation of Miss Morris College Mr. Solomon Crowns Queen Entrance of Her Majesty The Lovely New Queen „3 Student President Brockington escorts the QueenPresentation of Gifts to Her Majesty 114Participants in the Coronation Ceremony —-n. --116G ) ommy 117119Hornet Basketball Team KNEELING Name Position Classification Home Willie Brunson Guard Freshman Hilly Hill. S. C. Edward Frunes$ Guard Sophomore Brooklyn, N. Y Ronald Cureton Guard Junior Newark. N. J. Leroy Garrison Guard Sophomore Anderson, S. C. James Chandler Guard Senior Sumter, S. C. STANDING Dcnzil Ryan Trainer Senior Wilmington, N. C‘. Ralph Dawson Statistician Junior Charleston, S. C. Andrew Pollard Athletic Director Sumter, S. C. Jimmy Lloyd Forward Junior Conway, S. C. Bennie Myers Forward Junior Georgetown, S. C. James Robinson Center Junior Polatka, Fla. David Massey Center Freshman Greenville, S. C. Donald Nichols Forward Junior Conway, S. C. Prcntis Moore Forward Junior Bennettsville. S. C. Ulysses 1 lolmcs Forward Sophomore Miami. Fla. 1 larry Geter Coach High Point. N. C. Amos Rucker Trainer Freshman Anderson, S. C. 20A Closer Look at the Hornets Leroy Garrison I'd ward Furness Ulysses Holmes ii K Donald Nichols James Kobinson Jimmy Floyd David Massey Ronald Curclon Prenlis Moon 121 iPre-Game calk .. . A Victory by the Hornets Players huddle for Pep talk. Added inspiration by C'oach Geter. Captains talk it over with the officials. Tip off!!On Tour with the Hornets Hornets in Jacksonville. I la. Coach (Jeter gives vital instructions to players at LANgame in Jacksonville. 1 ia 123 Dcnzil "007" Ryan, "freaks out" on a corner in Jacksonville.124 Massey from the corner. Hornet’s powerful defense.in Action You can't keep a good man down. Garrison from the line. Two in your eyes. 125 Give it up! Not this time big boy.The Hornets finished the 1968 69 season with a respectable position in the SEAC Tournament and Conference’s standing. Coach Harry Geter. a young and dynamic new member of the Morris College Family is expected to better his record in the year to come. The Hornets finished 6th in the conference’s standing and 4th in tournament play. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1968-69 Morris .....................................................87 Morris ....................................................101 Morris .....................................................78 Morris ....................................................106 Morris .....................................................S4 Morris .....................................................92 Morris .....................................................96 Morris .....................................................93 Morris ....................................................114 Morris ....................................................100 Morris .....................................................86 Morris .....................................................94 Morris .....................................................99 Morris ....................................................102 Morris .....................................................78 Morris ....................................................119 Morris ....................................................113 Morris .....................................................87 Morris .....................................................92 Morris .....................................................72 Morris .....................................................85 Morris ....................................................108 Morris .....................................................65 Morris .....................................................98 Morris ....................................................115 Benedict College .........................................Ill Kittrell College ...........................................92 S. C. Area Trade...........................................81 Allen University............................................96 Kittrell College ...........................................95 Albany State College........................................96 Edward Waters College .....................................104 Voorhecs College............................................87 Friendship Jr. College.....................................116 Barber Scotia College ....................................101 Clad in College.............................................82 Friendship Jr. College......................................90 Savannah State College .....................................75 S. C. Area Trade............................................98 Allen University............................................87 Florida Memorial College...................................107 Barber Scotia College .....................................112 Florida Memorial College....................................97 Edward Waters College .....................................100 Voorhecs College............................................97 Gatlin College..............................................87 Savannah State College ....................................119 Albany State College.......................................103 Paine College...............................................93 Benedict College ..........................................116 S.E.A.C. Tournament 126 Morris Morris Morris 102 .68 .72 Edward Waters College Voorhecs College . . . Paine College...... 88 87 9612? The Morris College KindergartenCompliments of SILVER MOON CAFE Good Eating Fine Food Short Orders 20 W. Liberty St. Sumter. S.C. “Compliments of COMMUNITY DRUG SUNDRIES, INC. W.C. DEAS, Reg. Pharm. Phone 773-8701 224-A MANNING AVI .. SUMTER. S.C. “Free Delivery” 128Compliments Compliments of of ELEANOR SHOP PARTIN GULF SERVICE SUMTER. S.C. 742 N. Main St. You are always welcome Sumter, S.C. Compliments of 773-9361 25 W. Liberty St. SHULER’S MARKET KIRKLAND CLEANERS 618 N. Main St. Sumter, S.C. Sumter. S.C. Your cleaner is your clothes best friend Phone 775-4397 17 North Main St. APPLIANCE TELEVISION CENTER Your General Electric RCA Victor Dealer Sumter, S.C. Congratulations Seniors JACK’S DEPT. STORE N. Main E. Liberty Streets Sumter, S.C. Congratulations Seniors PERRY SHAW BEAUTY SHOP 2 N. Marvin St. Sumter. S.C. 129Phone 775-1862 Delivery SINGLETON’S AMERICAN SERVICE STATION Fuel Oil Goodyear Tires Atlas Tires Sumter, S.C. 130 SOUTH CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK Five Convenient Locations to Serve You Main St. Shaw Air Force Base Wesrnark Plaza Swan Lake Broad St. BRODY’S DEPT. STORE Quality wearing apparel for the entire family 102 W. Liberty St. Sumter. S.C. J. C. PENNEY CO. SUMTER, S.C. Always First Quality Always Friendly Service SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS 131Congratulations Senior Class SUMTER DRY GOODS 1 S. Main St. Sumter. S.C. Sumter w DAIRIES ALL Jersey milk . . . is guaranteed to come from 100% Jersey herds . . . More Protein . . . More Calcium 132Sumter’s Headquarters for : OFFICE SUPPLIES : PHOTO SUPPLIES : COMMERCIAL PRINTING : REMINGTON RAND OFFICE MACHINES 16 WEST LIBERTY ST., SUMTER, S.C. Phone 773-8192 or 3-8196 133The 1969 Hornet I Reno KusmtII Boyd I dilor. 1969 norm i i It lias been the goal of the 1969 HORNET to present a complete record of the events of the past year in as factual a manner as possible. To achieve this purpose, an attempt was made to include all the features of the previous year. Expanded coverage of the Coronation of Miss Morris College. Homecoming Festivities and Athletics were included. Working against deadlines and compiling this yearbook was made possible by the effort of many people. One of the many influential of these people is Mrs. P. T. Williams, advisor of the 1969 HORNET. Our staff was greatly influenced in their concepts of the yearbook by the knowledge and advice which Mrs. Williams imparted. Equally important to the HORNET were its photographers. All pictures in this volume were photographed by photographers from Dclniar Studio. Finally, congratulations to all the staff members, who put countless hours and dedication into the production of this ”1969 HORNET.” 134 -w


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