North Greenville University - Aurora Yearbook (Tigerville, SC)

 - Class of 1965

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North Greenvllle IS a jumor college located 111 the picturesque Blue Ridge Moun- tams a tI'3.d1t1011 111 1tself people places tunes all a palt of the tradltlon the loyal students the ded1cated faculty the untnmg admuns t1'at1on the fa1thful t1ustees the cooperatwe state Bapt1st Con vent10n the mosa1c mural dep1ct1ng the schools h1story the Slllldlal countmg none but sun11y houls Classy Mountam changmg dress seasonally Baldy cllallengmg aftel noon hlkels a sw1m at the college lake the thr1ll of the wmnmg team 1211511122 Old Glory crammmg for exams VVI'1t1I1g tellll papels carolmg VOt111 g l1StCD11lg ClO1I1g d1 eammg deeds and dleams facts and fI'1ClldSl11pS pageants and people monuments and MEMORIES N.6.Is... 1 If 1' 1-x 3' F53 K , mf . .,A , V' X, ,i ,nl 1 A ",. W X ' W ,, V, 4 , V, ,Q E Wg, QE gg A f A,A,, ' . ':f'.ff? - T ., M?- fi 11 ,v.. " s:, 4 . 1 f - 41, 4, ' A 'QQ ,tm- l :il ,w,.3 - , .3 Q , -f-1, 1 ., . 4 f 1 9 . . -.,, , - A . .15 4 - A My 1 ,A up X- . .. 1 rs., QE ir. , is X X 14 5 ' s ' 2 if A K ' W X 2 Z , N f N ' J' 1 is 11.3-Qgatf 1, A .. . ' , N.. -2-1 pfrlnzf -' 'gg V ,I A 1 1 1,43 -if Vik 1 5: In 55 ,,' , ., . V . ff N M W .,. .5 " li is l ge Aa-VM : li 3-., , ,f 2 ,.,., . If-1:-,-6 I s, 'V ,,...,x, " ' ,c 1 1 ' W 5 4 It is a freshman in a red and black beanie . . . a sophomore painting a "Welcome Freshmanv sign . . . It is students clapping hands to the rhythm of the Campus Beatles . . . clapping hands to the tune of a Mountie Victory . . . It is the spirit of the group participating . . . with the old "f-i-g-h-tn . . . in clubs, sports, music . . . it is the spirit of the individual giving and receiving kindness and consideration, It is the sharing of common ideals and goals for glory of school, country, others and self. , f: 'vu u -1. S I . mf M Wm +2-:ffm ' 'WV "To know a person is to love themf, Woodrow Wilson It is the small college Where student, faculty and administra- tion know each other personally. It is the dean who disciplines to strengthen character . . . the professor who listens . . . advises . . . helps . . . that special friend down the hall . . . It is the closeness of room- mates and suitemates. iiicleretanolin ,Mas rn .1 .G.ls... F1D1e1f1 1 It IS the student fuend the teacher fuend sharmg joys sharmg sorlows IS hurmng the fflldlllght O11 togethel helplng room1e pass Enghsh sharmg a Cale package from home lllltli-1t11'1g a new EQV memhe1 water f1ghts 1n the dorm plllg pong 1n the canteen cokes 1n the Varslty It IS an old frlendshlp from home a new f11endsh1p f101Tl Thalland lt knows no Stlallgel It 1S a greetmg a receptlon fO1 student for v1s1tor Et' M E: 3: it ka -1 5: 1 N Y li., 1 ' up .ig 14 'xv yr X af, VJ, kxvfz ' 231 9. . . . . . . - 7 - 0 I 0 7 . . . . . . . . . cr . as It . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 . . . . . . . . . . . , . . , . x F.. x ,...v ,--.,Y. ,. hy: nu- 'Q' 'Qin 'K I 1 .'.v,'. fb 4 , gn- eh, J ws- Q' , 1543, Jn , K g Si- v-1 R -A... s Q .P 4 4 x AM-Gm . ..w.x. 41 Wu :Ji 'fix-i,l .r- ,bqN5,,., y ,.,f-, Q at v H, , ,. sw' ,Y + 'A Q Nqgf , - ,K .K 'th 1' ' Y ah . QL ' ,. if - ,. .-: f" Lv -,. , M Y' V X 4 1 0, Y 1 ri- ', 'W Sift AL 4 r .. 1 , ,Q fi ' Q . Y' A " fkgii :Aw-aigligg Q' I 2 A Q5v4-,giki . flu ' ' '-I , 1 .. L Aw 1 Q ,Y , , . Q W ' ' A H., ' Q 'Mx who I ,, P' T?- H P rr- , 'S-f 1 i l , l l M I I It I , ,1 li N.G.is . .. portirnanship It is fair play, win or lose . . . it is accepting the final decision with dignity. It is fairness, generosity, courtesy on the court, in the field, to the opponent . . . the classmate opponent, the rival school opponent. 2 Tl 1 oivleolge For some It IS a preparation a stepping stone to higher education , courses in science music 1 mathematics English foreign languages V - For Others is a Terminal or Business De- gree For All. . 1S an opportunity for scholar- ship in one of South Carolina s finest yunror colleges. IS dedication to the p1'111C1plCS of Cl'111Sf13,1l scholarship and guidance by administration faculty trustees MM' H bn NN N.G.ls . ., Knowing what the Psalmist meant when he said: "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my helpf, It is the strength of the moun- tains before us and the power of book and character behind us. It is the encouragement of a loyal friend and a devoted teacher. It is the quiet meditation of church worship and hall devo- tions. It is a friendly "good morn- ingvg a smile on a rainy day, a walk through the first snowfallg the unforgettable chorals of the college choirg the togetherness of the whole student body join- ing in a hymn at chapel hour. ' It is the quiet approach of night and the shadows length- ening across the mountains. In piration I x hx ..- fwfr '+A ow. ..,,, u. a a .4- 54- , If 4 A ., 1' J M 1 x 1 459 in ,Q 1 Q , 5- ,524 gage cgi. ' QF 1 4 tymx : 'Q-N if f.-y :raw W- ........,. ..L, A .H ' ' . ... V ---...Y ., ' .. pr X ' A v 1 -a., "' -H. ,, ., -...,....,.-.. Y'-H1-, P331 4 4 ls Q53 L if r g is it 4 s s f .rs , - Sw IS . . . "A thing of beauty is cz joy foreoev' . . .W Keats It is the beauty of the picturesque mountains . . . the golden brim of autumn . . . the frosty caps of Winter . . . the verdant peaks of spring. It is the beauty of a coed with her hair blowing in the wind. It is the beauty of the glowing faces of eleven girls waiting in anticipation of a crown . . . it is Miss Aurora 1965. r if F ? Q wg 1 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf N t , N Ll so A 53 xifserwerrfaeofot r M it ' f r P lf tjlllitiilfllfi 5 . I i , I QQ! t 4 sk, Z KH! , ig 2 1 in X gif . ' 5 Z ' 2 S i Z V s-f I I it S i ' Z 5 2 .1 E X Q f 1 5 1 I j , l Q' i ,Z 5,5 , 3 S . b f 22 ,i 3 1 .i 4 Strom Thurmond presents Dennis Bussey with an appointment to the U. S. Naval Academy. 1964 graduates Pat Quattlebaum and Rick Cothran receive the Citizenship Medal at graduation. It is a campaign poster . . . the smile of victory on the face of the new student body president . . . It is the poised coed stepping to the microphone to speak to her fellow students . . . the music student conducting hymns during chapel hour . . . p It is the team . . . the basketball team, the debate team . . . sometimes the trophy, but always the spirit, the experi- ence, the sense of achievement be- cause of participation. It is the honor student . . . the ap- pointee to the Naval Academy . . . It is a cap and a gown . . . gradua- tion with or without honors. 1 l --Y 'W "-" 1 ,... B Qx Q , as "lg fig as 'lffkfdfr 1 l kr , 1-mmap' 11 -Qc!!! 1964 MARSHALS WERE LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann Shaver, Randall Hughes, Pat Stephens, GREGG ADAMS, Outstanding Freshman 1 Gretta Peden and Joyce Crawford. A 5 3 l 1 1 l v 1 4 l 5 l l l 1 l l l l E 3 Y i 1 1 E Honor Graduates 1964 BOBBY JOYNER, Bible Award 19 Y N w r k i w 1 4 1 A 1 1 l E V I i L S r 1 . l P I 1 r 2 J ff K Dedication To one who is both teacher and friend, guide and companiong To one who has created a Christian image and helped mold the ideals of North Creenvilleg To one who has shown both patience and thoughtfulness, understanding and knowledgeg To one who has influenced both fac- ulty and studentsg To one who has the ability to inspire the weakest student and challenge the bestg To one who is versatile in his abilities and interestg TO WADE H. HALE VVe dedicate this 1965 Aurora. W, ,.,. ... . .i,t.,t-., ,, - """ E"" A 1 At the footh1lls of the rnounta1ns Neath the Azure sky Stands our noble Alma Mater As the years go by Refraln Excels1or IS our motto Greatness w1thout fa1l Ha1l to thee, our Alma Mater Ha1l North Greenwlle Ha1ll For our 1deals and tradltrons Pralses st1ll are rung, Chenshed as 1n yesterday When our school was young When 1n pleasure and 1n tr1als We depart from thee, Worthy sons and Worthy daughters May we prove to be. 'J fu 4 QQ :fn , R K K. . .,,, 11 ' A 5 lik i n AP, g an Aft.. ,745 'GH s '94 'C' x, a ,. " M, ETS 'J 3 Q L A gi. .ga a---'sg 8 'AC f -Nfif I -'91 '19 5r,,,-,1-f'.- '.., ,. FI, .X dhihxxgp 1, , ,ill "Tis 5 T . c 1 L 6 A w '7 J 199 ink , f ' 9 -"-3+ Q 1-rg' I, G 51,9 gf' SQJQB vf xlwl gf 5 K ft ' g Q Q -A ' .. ', ,J "" ' Q , T A i 5 ix' wmv' " f" -.' J' 5'-ii K 'B I 1 . ly mr - WL Q? 'df "s:"7'iw2'fwf" ' 5If"i':s-'f..i..n.-,"""f' I Q 57 f' " . '-fl'-4,1 9-mf ' 9.4 I' ,, A W V? Java 'Ihw . im. in vb'-'Q v vw sag! jg up-.15 v, 4 , nw- ' ., .Q X 1' ,1"'jf , '. ,Q - .W 1 M l "" ' W' l w."f -,ft Y N AM' .Y Q.: Q 'N Sax -"" ""v'f A' New-5. Q' lx-""'ff Ja" .L M - 4""f fe L W , 5 ' it ,ht r? 1' is M 'Q A'Y'19',S,4"L' P vfxrg cur' N 4x5 "4 'QI 4. J. " IJ.. x Q 'M w":'w . .NH f'+ : --' H ' .'i.' wwf in ff ' "v 1 M -f ,. 1 1 R 1 W 1 ' ' . ,, S 0. 11 w . fx! , Af' vw' 4 - J. "- 1' ,T's4f.+'i--J"'.f.. ,fl " in? 'l'...f-4-,wi .wax A...A1A..-A-' ,.-n'V.g2w , N6 Members of the Administration at North Greenville strive to give the stu- dents the best possible education. Academic courses in the major fields of science, music, English, mathematics, and foreign languages provide a firm foundation for advanced study. Terminal and Business degrees prepare the stu- dents for entering the vocation of their choice. The problems of family, life and appreciation of the finer arts of life are taught by the Home Economics and Fine Arts Departments. Being classed among the finer junior colleges in South Carolina is important to the Administration, faculty and trus- tees who constantly seek to maintain high standards and better prepare the students through guidance and teaching to accept their places in the world of Christian and community life. I 'Q -Q-W' Ni. S r 1 vu -,r,, , I I .4 ,,.4 A 'sf 1 fi or-ig N u Q , 'b'.1 ' Dr. Thomos L. Neely, President TO THE CLASS OF 1965 As you come to your graduation, no doubt your hearts are filled with many emotions. Impressions you have received these two years will shape your future more than you now realize. North Greenville has become a very vital part of you. You will remember the beauty of front campus long after you do not see it each day. You will also remember the beauty of truth that was implanted in your heart while here. Perhaps you will remember the dedication you found here. This is the dedication of a faculty that believes in the worth of every individual. This principle is reflected in all the school policies, from admissions to gradua- tion. It is reflected in a striving for academic excellency, and yet at the same time taking into account human differences. I hope you will also remember the faith of North Greenville. It is a faith that is extended to the ends of the earth through North Greenville graduates. It manifests itself through teaching, healing, preaching, loving and living. This and much more is North Greenville. Sincerely, T. L. Neely Trustees DR. MURPHREE C. DONNAN. President Emeritus STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Rev. Hor- ace Chapman, Rev. Charles Thomas, Rev. Wallace Taylor, Mr. Jesse Simmons, Mr L. D. Lewis, Rev. R. A. McKinney, Rev iA.nA..........I., L , L. . Ralph E. Lattimore. SEATED, LEFT TO NVilliams. ABSENT XVI-IEN PICTURE XVAS RIGHT: Rev. Posey Belcher, Rev. Fred MADE: Dr. H. D. Dodd Qhonornry life Dabney, Rev. josepi Crook, Mr. Fred L. memberl, Mr. Ansel Alewine, judge Bruce Crow, Mr. R. P. Turner, jr., Mr. James A. Littlejohn. 27 1 Administration as HENRY I. HOWARD PAUL A. TAL-MADCE DEWEY L, CLAVERT Dean of Instruction Assistant Dean of Instruction Registrar CHARLES V. BRUCE EDITH SAYER SHERROD S. STOVER Business Manager Librarian Religious Counselor 28 Stuff ,uggiiliilr MRS. OLIVE CRAIN Dean of Women MR. NEAL TINCLE Supervisor of Grounds MRS. ALTHA HOWARD Assistant Librarian MR. ROBERT COUCH Dean of Men MRS. MAMMIE LITTLEFIELD Hostess of Boys' Home qgnrf' MRS. ROSE CLAYTON College Nurse MISS EDITH CALDWELL Dietician MRS. NELLIE AVERY Cataloguing Assistant 'WM'- l---., Business and Economics Students of commerce study the World of business from its fundamen- tal principles all the Way to the excit- ing application of those principles in todayis expanding economy. Voca- tional opportunities in business are related to their aspects of technical competence and standards of effici- ency. Students employ skills gained in other departments of study: Eng- lish, Mathematics, Economics, Psy- chology and Sociology,and bring them into focus on current commercial responsibilities and opportunities. fu fi 1 3 5 ni, V, , X V XXX-X l l l I it -i 1 E g xxxswxv ,-4:15 English The English department has a three-fold purpose: namely, com- munication, information, and inspira- tion. Freshman English stresses the mastery of grammar and writing as an important skill for every individual. Literature as an expression of the great ideals and thoughts of men of the past, is recognized as an invalu- able storehouse of knowledge and in- spiration. 52 ,gg f k ltl, .l air , I iff? ' i K t w"f""' ' 1lgy'r's-utr has? HENRY I. HOWARD VEDA B. SPROUSE LENA ETHEL GUEST JOADA PALMER JOSEPH B. STEXVART K K' -5 2 ,f e f 7 5 f 1 f 7 ff Q Sociology oncl Psychology The study of psychology and so- ciology open avenues of understand- ing to man's complex individual and social nature. Because man is a social creature the study of sociology is important in solving the pressing problems of this century. Because man is a mental and emotional crea- ture with inner motivations, only the study of man in his totality can help each person to be his best and own true self. Because this college is a Christian institution concern for man is not limited to his soul but includes his deepest nature and his broadest relationships. ROBERT COUCH ROBERT D. TOWELL , i L l l """'m w 32 Wi ,si,i,:, M T Z-Q 5? ffsgt' is 4 , if "' if sir 5 2, " lj H Q it we a an Q l i ,rr r ,- . 'N .4n45"""""'y if 'fl ,wg Religion 1 1' , 'mf f-q.gw.wa-P ,,...,.. WADE H. HALE L. BYRON HARBIN Laid V vain? .JF SHERROD S. STOVER PAUL A. TALMADCE The aim of the Religion Depart- ment is to teach basic historical events of the Bible in their larger setting, using the Bible as the primary source and supplementing this with helpful resource materials. Emphasis is placed on dates, personalities, archeological items and the nature of Biblical revelation. One of the main functions of these courses is to intro- duce the student to important facts and prepare him for the deeper and more involved courses in his future studies. These courses of instruction help prepare the student for useful leadership in his church and com- munity. 33 Natural Sciences To ignore natural science in the present day, or to treat it as an edu- cational discipline alone, is fatal. More than ever before Christian young people need to understand the purely scientific explanation of reality in its proper perspective with human- istic studies. In an age in which man is mistakenly viewed as a biological creature alone, only a study of biology can equip the student to comprehend the full truth. A study of chemistry and physics reveals the building blocks of the universe with which modern man is playing a dangerous game on the one hand, and eradicat- ing man's greatest causes of suffer- ing on the other hand. Geology pro- vides an understanding of the oldest of man's physical sciences in which new frontiers are opened each day. 34 - 5 P f L. 9 nf ARM ?, '- ll 1 Wx 11 , ei. F ,Ai ah if li' iff" grit- Wi gin: N A hi: wwf l if ,M agn- DAVID E. TAYLOR ELSIE FLORENCE TUTTLE MARGARET REEVES w y 5 sw X! A af X , al Q gf" fflwfs l 5 - ibn - X a x . ,,,-. f ,, V ' - . lf nz-., -. .,f ,, N- wa. r -of V 7. 3.1 - -r Q , iw..-350 :N . -- ,.N..?.. x X X Fx , f 2 X44 1 X ,Q N Q s bi 53 kt ogx Q x X Y A ,ffa'5,? Z.f A ' 1- 'Wbqfel f i xfx- - 4 v y .'51.Q'Q3?b is Y r ff W' ' 82, X I 5434? X giy X1 L ,MEA X if 'Y 2 ' K " ,rf 'f X Q X4 " if 6 .rt L ' X x ,Ref Q .4 v , , ,Y A X ,, M ,, '53 b Q Q' xii Q . Q' W fr as J Y , . 2 1 .5 -s-Qt fs . , 'Qga , N, Q . 5.Zf, ,, X L Q ,T , ' y 1 I , S 5 y 11 , , 4, l Af 1 S k Y J 4 , V ? , , ,Y .,.. ' gg fm xglgfzdv V4 av' xx fry' P K 'fi' I 4' a 5. 5 rg! Q 31 + 5 X E XS K x J"'zi?'Y'1'i mga ,X 2 ,. fw , , .W y VA. V .ro X xg! in xl fy: .?gQr,,, .I -.gl ,155 if sgrmsifi if if EERE? Q M515 X5 A -2 -'z ' 1353, gf: 135-, Q 1 fsgfhfif if 2- 'gg sr 3 , fuxlzwv 3 :Q ,.ly,kg,6 'wa rf' V 4 1 Q V , , pe mx iff. suit If .-K fik MRS. DORIS TINC-LE Laboratory Instructor 1. W l l l Languages NANCY DERMINER HUGO A. DUARTE l v 1 l l l Q l ll 1 In their study of French, Greek and Spanish, students become skilled in all forms of linguistic usage. The knowledge of forms of expression of other cultures and peoples, both ancient and modern, contributes to the liberal education of the student of languages. Students of French ab- sorb a rich cultural, literary and artistic heritage. Students of Spanish begin to relate themselves to a part of the world's population recently thrust into new importance. Students of Creek begin an experience of ex- ploring the Biblical, religious, and philosophical heritage of past eras which is increasingly relevant today. l l A ' L. BYRON HARBIN JEWEL LEE MILLER V pvgpp 1 emi... , "i' ? , - . r M W f il - l i f 1 Moth The study of mathematics is one of man's oldest known means of think- ing systematically. This important subject field is the key to almost every exact and experimental science and to the burgeoning field of technology to- day. Precise analysis, clear reasoning, exact processes and the aquisition of tools of computation are some of the benefits which acrue to students of this subject. History ond Government In the belief that "One cannot know Where he is in the present or where he is going in the future Without knowing Where man has been in the pastf' the courses in western civiliza- tion and American history are taught to provide just this sort of orientation. Students of history acquaint them- selves With the diverse sources from which flow our present World tensions and opportunities in our own and oth- er nations. As makers of the history of tomorrow, todayis students of history are encouraged to approach their study both thoroughly and creatively with depth of understanding and breadth of appreciation. 3 , h H Q xv 4.d4w.4.. ,. , Quai? , I . i 4 'IVHXIV' , iv 1V 19' , if ' 1 W fl l 5 if . I n , M.. - 549,431 5 I V' A ,LJW W M'1'fg,, A ,ua g tr. A ', 1 I 1 arf , W W I fi gd? w f ,vs Q ff i ff m, if f 'AW X 'Y W7 1 ri tryin, il f FX A 38 4 if K, .rl HUGO A. DUARTE C. E. HALL CAREY ROPER Home Economics The Home Economic program en- deavors to give a student a knowledge and training that will enrich her per- sonal, family, and community life. The department curriculum is so arranged that a student may complete two years of standard college work which will enable her to transfer to a junior class in Home Economics in a senior college. GLENNIE COOK DILL I Music The Music Department has an over- all objective: both the development of skill in performance and an un- derstanding and appreciation of the discipline. It offers specialized train- ing for its majors through courses such as music history, music theory, and conducting, as well as providing vocal or instrumental instruction for those students not majoring in music. BETTY S. CAMPBELL L. BRACEY CAMPBELL, IR ,affix 39" .s!Q?f2l'z: 2. gf JOYCE ANN GARRETT ROBYN E. LOVVORN 40 1 few 'ba ' iw -f-'NYY' ,X ..m"""'f"" DEWEY L CLAVERT MARIE K. TIBSHRANY HARVEY TANKERSLEY, IR. Physical Education The Physical Education Department strives to provide skilled leadership and adequate facilities which will af- ford an opportunity for the individual or group to act in situations which are physically wholesome, mentally stimulating, satisfying and socially sound. It is hoped that an individual may be developed and educated through the meditun of wholesome and interesting physical activities so he will realize his maximum capacity both physically and mentally and will learn to use his powers intelligently and co-operatively as a good citizen even under violent emotional stress. 41 Miss Elsie Tuttle "Our most gracious heaoenly Father, we thank Thee for Thy many blessings . . . Amen." Thus does Miss Tuttle begin each of her classes, for she feels she of all people has much for which to be thankful. Born the eldest in a family of 12 children, she realized early in life that if she were to receive an education it would be largely through her own efforts. Miss Tuttle did many things to get her education. Af- ter graduating from high school, she taught in grammar school for several years and began taking correspondence courses. She attended a summer term at Northwestern University and later attended Illinois State Normal Uni- versity where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree. While there she was granted an honorary scholarship to Peabody College for Teachers. She has also studied in Louisiana State University and University of Chicago. She received her masteris degree in geography at George Peabody College, with a minor in economics. Through postgraduate courses and other extension courses, Miss Tuttle has besides her majors in geography, ' education, and economics, majors in social science, gen- eral science and history. Before coming to North Greenville 27 years ago, Miss Tuttle had taught in colleges and universities in Illinois, Iowa, Texas and Louisiana. Miss Tuttle enjoys traveling by plane, has toured many sections of the United States, spent six weeks in Europe, and visited Mexico and Hawaii. As a result of her interest in world travel she has organized the World Wide Interest Club on the North Greenville campus. Miss Tuttle will retire this year after a life given in fruitful service to young people. She is a member of Gamma Theta Upsilon, national honorary geography fraternity, and Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary social science society. For the past several years she has been selected a leader in American science in Wlzois Who in American Education, an illustrated biographical directory of eminent leaders in research, industrial, governmental, and educational scientific fields in the United States and Canada. She received the award of "Fellow" by the National Council for Geographic Education. M! I -R Mm MRS. E. S. STRANGE, JR. MRS. JAMES CURTIS TRIBBLE Office Staff I ,..i.,.., MRS. BOBBY I. IOYNER MRS. LUTHER PRICE MRS. MIKE SPROUSE MISS HELEN ELIZABETH WOOD MISS IUANITA COPELAND MRS. C. E. HALL MRS. RANDALL JONES mi-E x l if l H Xl l li ll fl E i Y X , X i V ' X.. 559' X ' N ,E nw? it W 'Erika . 1, 12 6 Q Q . r E G -sffiifi 55? u Wi "" W W x 1,324 - W 7315 1 4 sz, I 3 gi 3 5 , 3 ' 'Q H l 'Qi V 4 3? 'R 1 r .ff : 1 Q H- 'f 1 Q 9 - '-...fit-.1 f 1 gf. .fi-'22 wfi., K Numan f Inf 5x XX. ,Q X V A XXX if' is 5 fr' 4 2 fi. 7' X 3, 'ha """ I 9 V3 59+-32 ll 3 I : h"m. H 3 KR u Q. y"""""f'x v ' wg Q l QQ. '13 2 'six 2. ' K l 'lui ix ,::..gig,.,.' we We 5 VA uf- 5 gg...-Q fi "fi 'yt Q , 1 , .igigpgfwfs QQ! -asm. , ' 135529332 "na X f"-,.,.,,m l "r V f '.,,?w""'f-. NEW. Y- -- , V L, Every member of the North Green- ville student body is an integral part of the college. Each student comes to North Greenville in search of friend- ship, knowledge and a sense of be- longing. Every one also has a contri- bution to make to the school spirit. Freshmen arrive in the fall appre- hensive of what lies ahead in their college life. They eagerly participate in the school events and soon are swept up in a whirlwind of varied activities. Sophomores belong and are living examples of the traditional friendli- ness at North Greenville. Graduation nears and sophomores regretfully part to their separate ways never to forget the memories shared during these two years at North Greenville. The strains of the Ahna Mater, the snowball fights, the candlelight sup- per at Valentine's, and the nightly visits to the canteen are memories now. All these memories draw us nearer, and even though we must part, we take with us this spirit. . 'll- x'9 ' gf 4 rf- S n K "ax, . l QQ! K A .5 up x 5 B it '1l"a 1' 5 P u ,Q Q. A uk :qfx .. J' v- A , X 'ww A f X 1. 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .,. , an 9' 9' fffipa ff' 15 1 1 1 1 1, U 1? 1? 51 E1 1 1 ' 1 f 1 1, Q ,N1 Q 1 we 1 Z X I ' S 1 1111 1 46 1 1 Sophomore Cfflcers TRUETT TOLLISON Presldent BILL YOVVN Vrce Presrdent 'WW KELLA JANE HALL, Secretary JUDY HUDSON, Treasurer Miss Sophomore, JOYCE OWEN me 6 4 rgs V is S. YKK? KK NA 6 M For the Sophornores NG Wlll be remembrance For two years we have learned, loved, hved and laugh ed together As We stand at gradua t1on and recelve that long aWa1ted dlploma We reahze that th1S IS the end the reward of our studres For the last tune we srng the Alma Mater and rt echoes mto the h1l1s Sophomores gil f, Milf' Qewruq Sm P, N. V1rg1n1a N e1l Able Robert Dan1el Adams Gregg Carhsle Adams S O P H 0 M O R E S Barbara Ann Allen Edgar Bert Alexander Shnley Ahce Allen 1 1 1 11 U 1 ibm.: l l l 1 50 1 Ei ,. V I S P 5 5 g J f f Q 1 F M l xl, 5 1 if Q GQ Z 1 Q. , l .Q , " ' .-,g .l', , ' I 3 . . . . . 1 -l l ll . 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I ., ,M W, f .J - A fe:"f:'1' 555.1 '..,f -W 1 ,- .- , .- -Q 5 fm , 4' X fix T ' ,x , , , , 2 gf 152' Y Q2If:i.y1?f' , fy ' if., 'Ziff , ix X ' face K. e .. r 5 1929 J .:",,.': .1 1. ::lf4I-.- E X . Iacqueline Bernice Baxley Reginald Blease Baxley john Fredric Bolin SOPHOMCRES Iohn Anthony Bishop Vernon Larry Bouchillon - . 4 " wwf? 'M 52 x i B rx X. Q x ' 3 Q1 .v,f, ff iii, X 3, , M, ti ' Q ' ,SX ' x 4, V . ,N F 3 CLASS OF '65 Wit akv fu' X Linda Carrol Brissey f 'E 5 Vi? , X 7,4 ' L-Q 7' 39,45 ,XS gi ' , 5 nz? W X ' :Ze 5 'QR Q Q Margaret Joy Bridges jerry Dale Brown Harrie Frederick Bronson ye' V, Laveda Ann Bruce my, .RMA Q x W my-'jwzv Michael Edward Bryan Lawrence E. Bullard Margaret Inez Campbell Gene Stanley Carnell SOPHOMORES Robert Harold Cannuette Daniel Ray Carter Roger Gene Chandler CLASS OF '65 John Edward Clark ,ef W' ,.., f , QNKAP W it 54 , '-all , lx Q -?kv A , " mira Q-12 I , wi X C, , 1' Q K' ' x 5 5- 0 ' l 'fi 2 1 fa Y ,mf 9.4, .. .. t A, tv u p .1 1 Ai Q- . 3: 4 S 5 w 'K ge r Q 5 J S ' : ' -+A fi X: -ix C Ku V' 5' ,Q '7'fPf" '5 CQfl" ' 2 WV 3 5 xi-fri . W Q? ,K , rf Kg fr. , , Q - ,, NX 4 w ws l J 'W W 1 . f gm Q N Ao, , Q55 4 , 5 v ' " ' .4 ':'ld or C on Linda Carol Childers Hazel Carleen Childers Gwendolyn Ann Cole Iudith Rae Connell Q23 X n sf"'6?V .N s N 2 132 K I m xxx ,cf ,S .mfwt r J n, it ' f, AI W, 'lu . SV! QE 1 QS?" Nm 'W if ' l C r le ' rl l' V fuk P-,swfxf ' f M ?'A 3 "S xi i' ff". ' l ul. . 4" cl il,"'- Q A , f be .., C AQ V, jylf M C N T Q W V , X 1 K U 4 ,-f ,f" 'Z Q ,t '14 I wil af' ka .MN nn fn , M . , Ida ttzqxidh' 1. 'WL u - 55 5-,', l , .HI .,. w :?iI5fMf:':"f4? .'3:f 4"' ! ,- ' ww 'M 1 "7 ' X ss.fQ?1f,Q,3'?kyI?g.X,,Q,x ,f .. K Qvgygsi SKA? QMQSVX Q, ..' W ,A . 5 4,,5XN5gQ:gQQ W A , ,. qffvwwmg 5 7:5 i ,W A f arm 3 'X xx 1 1 fxfkfxlxwf 4 1 xf xy v.1 Q' X r ' v N' Q, N fc -' ,, Q, 6 - Qfgyg Q f 7, X . X X K , , , 4 SQ S a Q Q 4 Q 3 Uv xg Q x X f 1 f., Q NAVQX, 5:4 Q- ,,., X, . ,A QQ. fx., ,s A X .. fi x ' mamma xv X we Q C. A ,Q A ,L T. vyewfvw 1: QQ :x.yw4sA-5,415 gf, i4 U N as go, Q W S me 0, A 'GX ,X X .aww mm mf 5 V, Y new W M ,fx ,- 'vf V, f-X T wgwsugvi M f X ,L-T 9- 2. f 21 ,C xr b . , ,Q A 11 5 , N 'W' , . ww . , 2 Q, K X. , Q Ky? .fr R. , I, Q, ,V ff MQW' If , Wx, ,- QQ ,, y wf 2 . f ,. N X X f ff f l yi f ,E 'N iw ' X, JV, X. , 1: 2: " 1 ' N M Q Fg3,,fw5 1 yg,,.,g, zif -W 1,7 Ai V- ff' , 'x ' f H X- ,k. 14? ,A 5' f ru. .V X f r AMN w. wlwzzs 'za .,., .., fl Brenda Evon Connor Richard H. Crapps f 1 fi f fm ' K-wwf f w f :ff 44 ffsmf:-Z' ' X I .. 151"' .112 X f"'f'V 56 V+- -wif Joyce Darlene Cook Thelma Ioyce Crawford X' 'X , w, riff H ' , .. f H, f f X f f.-,754 C d or , . ff fl Q.-,W ,. C 29251. v,f,5':-: ,1 gl:':W:"q5i ,5" L , f V 2,2 2fj5Vf f :- AqQ., f,4g,. ae-1 g iz? fg,54.f'Q gf -gras ' 4 , ,, or We ,V f X 'rww A S i I, f ' 5 Q f 2 f ' -175 , W? , ,Z Amiga? -. I ' r vi g wi if E ,Eh X fx X 4. 5 C4 .M A . 5 A K x Samuel Lankford Copeland, jr. S O P H G M 0 R E S Thomas Ceorge Cross, Ir. f Ronald Franklin Culley CLASS OF '65 is Donald V. Culpepper William Kelly Davis Connie Michael Davis 'J' ww- r 2 Aff- 'W' s , ' Thomas Edward Dabney Shelby jean Deese l l w w X w Q. 1. 1. Arthur Hamilton DeHay Albert Erwin, Ir. E is if 'v , gs .4 JZMNBQ, x F al Michael Van Dusenbury Frances Rebecca Dobson SO PH CMO R ES l? l Roger Malone Estridge at l Beattie Long Evans 1 2 5 s 2 E 5 I w 3, E L Ann Warner Fallaw l y1mw-q41-,qg- -W V . 5.575-,.,,a:.f,,-f..Qff,,VA HW. ..., a, , 5 ,Ja 5,38 15, ', mr, Q ' ' ' ' IFQK " lan' 'X 530 fa-...Q I K ff David Pickett Farrior, Ir. Lloyd Ray Franklin CLASS OF '65 ' Willie Eugene Franklin, Ir. I-Ii Lewis Willard Freeman, Ir. .g-90' Paul Melvin Fripp f foxy Hwy X , i. W X ,- X izggjfx 9 y ww' 1 , .,, .,. X i .. 4 mlm. sm ' QASVQ: , . ' uv 51- wuf- we 3, f, f K 15135 W' A ' A 5 F' Y My 5 5, -4 W V We-iw.. V wi if wigg- Q6 12 .MQW K Q .: ' , we 3 ,A , Q , .s:-. sing' 1-xqmgf' V- Q if wx S' A If 'iff v' if 4 wh If 4 S92 .X , , Q K A ,. ,. f , is . .,.. 2 fx V ...wW,WY., ' J ya A M f , va... . ,,., . Vg, .y , 51 ,if Vx s l, 1' is 'L 945' 4-If' f X f f Q C "Eff: AQQSH ff f A .M .,.,..,,. A 4 ,....,,. .,.,,.. as- - . w- ,ra we , :1-z:w - 4 . , W fe Zf. few, S59 Q7 .f..-q:" p 1w'17N fi .- X., f mmap, aw . Q , 1 yew. X ,gg 'X , . 'HF A 1 2 ..., f p , -I . f, ' ' 21, ' W sr ,, .. A. ,a Q16 5 i A ,Z , ,,. , ' Q51 L A Linda Louise Fulmer Melynda Ann Garrett ,N , Q X2 213 -r: ' QQWV -me 4' S "wsu, A .1223 V ' X , f '1 L 60 ,rw QA 1 i 5 w fx, joseph Michael Gaillard Robert David Gatch, III Eliseo Burmann Garcia S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E S Berqamm Worth Gerald 'Vai' N Joseph C. cues CLASS OF '65 19.90 '4'I"""'V' Leslie Angus Green, Ir. Kella jane Hall john Warren Greene Sf, , u E A ll E ri 'Q fx. e fllinfx .X .f . .N Linda Marilyn Green Dianne Mae Hanna M 1 if l Y Y , Q5 3. W Miriam Iuanita Hannon jerry Donald Hatley 62 X I V1 Leonard Burton Harrington, Ir. 3 Donald Roy Harkins 1 SCDPHOMORES Lyman Eugene Hawkins 1 N Victor B. Hawthorne, Ir. ' E G..-A Patr1c1a Ann Head Clovie Julia Heaton Colin Raymond Hill CLASS OF '65 l H. 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My CLASS OF '65 Brenda Carole Lowe Betty Sue Mallard -w.'.IZ"T Claude McKinney, Ir. Vivian R. McKinney f' A Stephen Walter Mathis afar . 'IS N. , .N 0 , n . 1 rn t UQ 4 Y' . N W f iw 'X f W ait' YF if 'lv Q f , 1 - . ir, ff : 1 '41- fu-f" mimi' nfs' iv v 4 ,.,: ' I, ,! ,,.,.,.v K H 1 V 4 ' N' V sw M Q -af-'e:s:a:vxv.x W sig - -I fQmQ3'4-N if 'lm vmm ww- 5 Q Www -amy .9 1' , , wwf v f2SA1wlw Q. :Sn wmdxwv 47 . N Q. .awe er :M X gif-'ja'.-g, 1ff'I:,2!,i ,2,,., X . M4 2,13-fs, eg, V 5' f J. wvfe af I 2,2514-ff,,: ' , ' V In-' 'f wif' fa 5-1, , ' 4' M - X , ,, , , X Nmufvv- K I . ,X X U, 1. 5 f fy ' Ui 24? 1 is Z f, ? ' MZ 4 . l. , . .... 5- . Q , f 'f ..-.,- ' A PJYS . ,X -mv i 2 Qi f'.'f.f1W a -wi -, 47, " , xx . f Q , Q1 1 'N if V 1. in '1 1, -n 1 ff ' fM,7,.'f:i"-'xi ,-'rf' Marilyn Elaine Mattero 'Wm Ierry james Meeks Thomas Leroy Mims, Ir. Charles Eugene Miller 'Z-0 "vKw4.,w.uP 68 Iohn Calder Mikell, Ir. SCPHOMORES S QSKQQ l f mf 1 G32 .fi , ,z Margaret Elaine Mitchum .4 I x . K '17 X 'if X ff' ' -mn., .fl 1 . X N ex Ii' :S Elaine Elizabeth Moody C LA S S O F '65 Warren Thomas Mowen Margaret Leigh Nesbitt Robert E. Mullikin Marion Raymond Mundy ,ev--"Y Iune Elizabeth New ' 1 Thomas Marshall New Patsy Karen Owens f- ,Fda Ruby Irene Nichalson Gwendol Diane Page IoyceAnnOwen SCPHCMGRES Martha Rebecca Pate KP nk.. g X N ongluck Payattakool ' A ' Barbara Gaye Pearson Ianice Gayle Peagler CLASS OF '65 Reginald James Phillips, II Sylvia Phillips Larry Benjamin Pirkle Faith Elaine Plumler Cheryl Dean Rabun Donald Avery Prewette SGPHOMORES Henry Franklin Price Iohn Knox Ragsdale, Ir l 'lambda 'Wlrfwf A . 2 S gk g Q f x"- L - '--' .N',,. Q A Y K- f VA V',, ,.:, V X i,. X A qqq. V... . b V:,.. lzzz I A , 1, Pat1'1c1a Ruby Reed , Cross R. Rggel-5, III Susan Iosephine Repko CLASS OF '65 William George Rupracht Jerry Marion Rogers Eleanor Ann Shaver X ll .V 3 'K 4 r w n -J! f v 4? I Richard C Shaw wwf' B1lly Bryant Sloan Frank All1son Sm1th Ir Keever Vmson Sloan jr S O P H O M O R E S DaV1d Carl Smlth Margaret Gall Smlth E N s is P 1 S R fn' XM L4 ll is f X 4 Q' N A x X Sl .fu , " Ml' Myrna Faye South 2 1 1 CLASS OF 65 'Q' Jolene Frances Sparks Judy Lee Still l e Lillian Elaine Staggs Patricia Ann Stephens Rebecca Elaine Stokes w-.wx J v I , - . 1 ,.,lv.y In 1 15h A H ':Zg:., 1v .' -f ,E , 'W ggi: ffv 4 -, . , . 343. , f, i n 1 , , w An , wwf? ' ,, WM' f my M W 1725 ,ff 3' ' , - f w a y C , 1 1 ,x ,, K y . Y ' ,1fx,f,f' fm' 4 -l,: W .,f,: ga, , , N . ., B.. s .6 M . - A ' 1 -'-if G' . V f f -: '- -4: J' . rv:5f:15ac1i:2 12:5 ,,p7 , g,t:agw wfpyygm ' my ,. A V . 235: 'fh' -i'11 'Kiwi -SSW? fx' f - ny-piggy, Mggv fy 4 I - J VV W , ,.,.,,..i,,... ., Q V. QW, . f ,f . A K ' 49, V U , Z - -am.-: a- ..s-if 4,-,-112.44 ,Q 4 A -, ,f ..,. 1 f 1111am Mmhael Stokes errv Elhot Sumner I , ' ?HiH?1.,..T,, ,,.. ...,X.. Wa We, V ..,.W... .L , 1 Grady Truett Tollison CLASS OF '65 9 , 1 if ,wg , 1 N4 Madeline Toups Leonard Charles Vimpeny 389' A Michael VVoodroW Tuck Rita Ann Vaughn Wx fm' 41am-mm William Hollis 'Walker --,. 1 v v 1 :SBIG-2' ,-'2:.,',.2:x..... . , ' Q? W7""'Y-"2fY' "A ' "' "" 'V ' '7""'-'TRWf5,S,Yi'3"'?7S ' 'J J - Eg' ' 1 V- ff s L- as-f , 9, g .5 - : ff , TTZLWY f i "f:,"' ,. a 4:-A Q 1' - ,gyjp aa X , , r wwisf s . g N ff 5 2 s 1 Q ,, , i V Li jrii' 4 "2 'jrm "i5:2Qfj, X ,MJ f4Q3:4:'1: fi. f ..SZ'N " W w .X , xl 1 if 9 W 21 - ga D . fx J W I ' "R r 1 W1 Rfk sf, N1 rf. . Me , "S K ff ' J. 1? veg-L33 ' Susan Carol Waters Branson Westmoreland, Ir. William Robert Yown 78 Henry Samuel Yarborough, Ir. we N N-w.,...,. Billy Herman VVhite SO PHOM0 RES XVe cheered the Mounties to victory! ""'l'3 K, 4'-5 'Q- ,gn Huw- 5 - r-ug! I V U V., .G W 1 V1iv.L:,..l2r- . 5- 1 -......,, .f. . ,: 1 . .. 1 5 .,,,,.....,,.,., ',:.: ' A, . .WN 1 -2, .-fs, ,. if 91 of Vu., 1 " WM. WK .... 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The students were then counseled, registered, and finally settled down to meeting classes. Soon the Sophomores were on hand to initiate them . . . it was "Fresh Weekv with beanies for sale . . . servi- tude to Sophornores . . . rat cheering for Mounties to victory . . . then came 9 Weeks, tests . . . Thanksgiving . . . Christmas . . . final exams . . . more C than A grades . . . beginning an- other semester . . . 9 Weeks' tests . . . Easter . . . now . . . Sophomores! ,...-AKIFN' 4,5-Q fx: Wy.. Q-.. 4 Nf8' .Q f Q A, ,V . y X--sfpgfgg. fg- :MW as b ,' 'QCZWHQE .Y - W - 83 FRESHMEN ' f ff f' ' Q fs 5, fQ:.N:A.vw,4fgg,w', sk L,,Qgv4S2gw,gQ Q - ,Rv QYKMQRK :f Jzzyimf- sw. ' 24 ,fn ,f H www A SZLE5, 'A Vw ' X vs W AQLNZ. X f ,,,.4.,. 35, ,X f LQ ,. we qW!,,5-, X 45 7 z f .W-vw g y lm 4 f . 11. f X, f f- '9 O is Ng., ' f : , ' N! 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Membership in most organiza- tions is based on a genuine desire on the part of the student to participateg however, there are three honorary societies to which students who maintain a high academic average may be accepted The student govern ment unites these organizations and tinued 1mprovement of North Green V1 C groups work together for the con- '11 . i "hm-as r WMWMWWW W Z lwwzwdsgv-f ' Student Government Assoclotlon Executive Councll The function of the Student Government Association is. to coordinate all student activities- to undertake campus-wide projects which will promote the 0 s o o , MX, 'tw-li!! 4 C -g-af -- tc, Q2 X X htstru, 1 mc X Nw fm ,d JV , X 0 gm . , sr ,A,. .M , W .,,,.... Mime, JOHN BOLIN President REGINALD BAXLEY Treasurer THOMAS DABBS Freshman Representative JOYCE COOK Sophomore Representative accomplishments of college objectives and improvement of campus life' to handle all student disciplinary matters and to vote the student opinion. In February the students voted to ammend the constitution by the adoption of a demerit system. DIANE PAGE FRANK PRICE Vice President Secretary 3, ff! ' ' u , ,,.. I pq,, f 1 f 3 , ' ' L jew " .N 4, , VJ? , . 4 fi , eg - ,X Jim ,- 2 , ti r 3' x3 Y rv I- 1 S 11, ,. . .cr-, A .N Wi . 4, get its 5. 1 ,K ,W . t,r. fu af W,,,g,,, xp ml :vox ,, f K K , .Y',n," vvi,,,2I ',,-f, A if if , , .-A , fr ,, -Ev , fp he-. ,L .,24f- ,f , , ,Vg A N -4431 - t"' vgfgjgg ,, 1 i ' " 'f T VW. if ' ' .- - 3 es: "rr gg- A 'Q 'qgff tl' ,- ""l :Q 5? 's's,f, ,, H .. H Q . ,, , , .kit ,si ,, t .r if A ,, -. v T Wg- 3v1'Q1',I Wi e ' if View t ' ...f W--. W M In W ,, X ' A-- V ,X , L- K - - N- ,Aft H .- .KX ,,:, r A55 66 f-V--,, """"'w ,- .. I A v -ii i s WS' ii GREGG ADAMS Editor of Skyliner MEAN- i s 1 P I" 31,7 Q w. . .J 5 i X ' v - vi M' ,r A 4, TRUETT TOLLISON President of Sophomore Class JOYCE OWEN Editor of Aurora gtiikc u mn. S 2 A E 1 i li C I 4 l 4 Q 9 F E. l I i X , ,VXI 3 l"lrs'l si K Q f, '- 14,211 ,HV .xigla wh , 1 JOE NESBITT President of Freshman Class DR. PAUL TALMADCE Sponsor The Judicial Council handles the minor disciplinary matters that arise on the campus. The council is composed of seven members. Two freshman boarding students and a freshman day student are elected as permanent members for the year while the presidents of the campus clubs alternate to fill two positions on the council. The presi- dent of the S.C.A. is a member of the Judicial Council and automatical- ly its chairmang the vice-president of the S.C.A. is its secretary. JOHN BOLIN, Chairman Judicial Council PERMANENT MEMBERS: Roy Hightower, Patricia Ann Bridwell, John Bolin, Frank Price, Thomas Dabbs. F 108 PRESIDENTS Dan Adams Diane Page Linda Powell Cohn Hill Margaret Camp bell John Bohn Joyce Crawford Charles X-Hnpeny Joy Bridges Jerry Meeks Barbara en FRANK PRICE, Secretary, JOHN BOLIN, Chairman it 5 A p 1 , , , I 7 i J T , Frank Price, Joyce Cook, Thomas New, . , A J - . ' 2 ' 2.1 J, s-15' 1 4 ' 'M , OLE? ..M,,,Nuu -X Hmmm M. , Wagga' S NRM-vnwduwnw "W hw 358252 1 X i w R ' LEFT TO RIGHT: Albert Barnhill, Joyce Owen, Margaret Caunplwll, Frank Prius, -Ioyu Cook, Gregg Adams, Diane Page, john Bolin, Barbara Allvn, Dun Adams. Colin Ilill Reginald Baxley, Joy Bridges, Joyce Crawford and FIWIIOIIHIS Nr-w. + C o u n c I I I l , E ' 109 l L House Council Girls' Dorm LEFT TO RIGHT: Joyce Cook, Vice-Presi- dentg Mrs. Olive Crain, House Motherg Sylvia Phillips, Presidentg Judy Still, Secre tary. It is the duty of the house councils to deal with infractions that p to the entire campus life. Matters that are beyond the jurisdiction of the council are referred to the Judicial Student Council or the Executive mittee. s 2 i l , ertain house Corn- LEFT TO RIGHT Kella Hall Nancy Hunter Joann Kaplet Joyce Cook Mrs Olive Crain House Mother Sylvia Phillips Judy Still Virginia Gantt and Jean Hfur H0 wwiigln ,-F-,- .....,...,.T,:vQ,-,.... 5?5.-VA, , 0 C 0 I Men s Dormitory ouncl The boys lend a helping hand to Mrs. Littlefield upon her arrival. son between the boys and the Dean if -iixwsf svilif ,XS , at me M .. 3 ' 4- - .2-.rx ,.::ffN5Xgf ' Q R ff' igiggggf MONITORS are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Jerry Meeks, Wako Colney, Frank Price. SECOND ROW: Don Anderson, Frank Smith, President Larry Cribb. IH The council is composed of moni- tors, who are chosen to act as a liai- 5 i .1 wqmzvq W-.A.qwQ.M QW, mwxzu A College Choir ' l r 3, . q . 5 f ry Y :il , is 5 . K S. 2 Qt. il " , . 21 3-1 2 3' 5 s K, 1 6' Y - It 3 1 , . R, , A - S, 'E 1 "A' N at 1 at X 96 ktw"M'1r-+.x,.qk. W PM! 'V it The College Choir is a group of musically talented young people who are selected through individual tryouts. It is the purpose of the choir to instill within each member the spirit of ensemble participation and to provide for the listener the beauty of sacred thoughts through the medium of music. The choir has sung for the associational meetings, the State Baptist Con- vention, and for churches in the state. In the spring the group made a tour of the state, presenting programs in high schools and churches. MEMBERS: Betty Shelton, Barbara Allen, Pam Johnson, june New, Gwen Prichard, Linda Fuhner, Madeline Toups, Kay Chandler, Judy Hudson, Cheryl Rabun, Paulette Barnett, Iean Fulmer, Nola Davis, Marlene Floyd, Nancy Baker. SECOND ROW: Indy Guerry, Patricia Edwards, Virginia Williams, Brenda Lowe, Ann Fallow, Jean Barrett, Sandra Lackey, Gail Smith, Sherily Barker, Martha Io Sentell, Patricia Polatty, Nancy Edwards, Frances Kell. THIRD ROW: Shelby Deese, T. J. Garner, Philip Stone, Lewis NValker, Jimmy Lamb, Warren Hunt, Clement Lord, Thomas New, Larry Pirkle, Stewart Thomp- son, Richard Crapps. FOURTH ROW: Raddy Lane, Thommy Thomas, Paul Iohnson, Edward Billings, Mike Bryon, Eddie Graham, Beattie Evans, XVayne Kirnbrell, Larry McFadden, Donald Pruitt, H. S. Yarborough, John Bolin, Sam Stephens, Freddie VVimbe1'ly. , 113 FRANK PRICE, President OFFICERS: Bill Yown, Treasurer, Frank Price, President, Dick Bennett, Directorg Larry Thomas, Director, Sam Copeland, Secretary, Stuart Thom son, Vice Presi- dentg Frank Smith, ChapITain. LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Yown, Frank Price, Sam Co eland, Lloyd Franklin, Tony Mims, Larry Tgomas, Robert Phillips, Charlie Bell. SECOND ROW: Frank Smith, Charlie Bair, Stuart Thompson, Warren Hunt, Danny Bozard. THIRD ROVV: Dick Ben- nett, Harry Bronson, Richard Harmon, David Smith. FOURTH ROW: Thommy Thomas, Mike Bryon, Kenneth Banks, Jerry Rogers, Paul Fripp. FIFTH ROW: Mr. Cal- vert, Barry Morehead, Cletus Hill, Tommy Dabney. Collegiate Civitcm Club 114 , , :arg :.n1i:'i:::fa-ivnL.?"2ef-- P ' nw X DEWEY L. CLAVERT, Sponsor The North Greenville Collegiate Civitan Club is sponsored by the Civi- tan Club of Creer, South Carolina, and is a member of Civitan Interna- tional. This Club seeks young men who will accept and carry out the Civitan creed of service to others and build good citizenship. The Club par- ticipates in projects throughout the year to raise funds for Worthwhile causes and to improve campus life. This yearis project is a fountain on front campus. 115 ALBERT BARNHILL, President OFFICERS are: Albert Barnhill, President Jimmie Bishop, Critio, Dennis Bussey Secretary and Treasurerg Roger Hernandez Ir., Program Vice Presidentg Albert Sherbert Chaplain, Ioe Bruce, Membership Vice Pres dentg Dean Howard, Sponsor. THE MEMBERS are: Albert Barnhill, Iimmie Bishop, Harry Bronson, joe Bruce, Den- nis Bussey, Stanley Freeman, Lloyd Franklin, Stan Cainey, Roger Hernandez, Dan Jones, Holward Ladd, Raddy Lane, Dwight Loftis, Clement Lord, Albert Sherbert and Truett To lison. Deon Howard Literary Society The D.H.L.S. is an organization for young men who are genuinely in- terested in personal improvement. The main objective of the organization is to train young men to be aware of current affairs and to help them de- velop platform manners. The activities of the society are debating and discussing public and cur- rent affairs, public speaking contests, club and public debates, and an an- nual banquet. Q Debate Team The objects of debate are to in- crease oneis understanding of current topics and to better oneis inherent capacities of reasoning and public address. On February 17 during chapel the team debated the national topic which is "Resolved that the government should establish a sys- tem of public works for the unem- ployed." Wayne Crosby and Martha Pate, the negative team, Won the de- bate. LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne Crosby, Marthl Pttt Dennis Bussty Lutcr Cooptr incl D1 Paul Talmadge, Sponsor. The Chapter was organized in 1939 in honor of the late Dr. Swartz Rose, who was the outstanding authority in the field of nutrition in America. The College Chapter was known as the College Club until 1964 when the name was changed to College Chapter to conform to South Carolina Home Eco- nomics Convention by-laws. The Swartz Rose College Chapter is composed of Home Economic majors, and girls and boys enrolled in home economic courses. The object of the chapter is to provide professional and social development of students. One of the Year,s highlights was the Christmas party honoring "Iennie,', one of the international students. In October, Linda Powell, the president and Phyllis Bradham, the secretary and treasurer, attended the College Chapter Work Shop at Limestone College. l . l K , s I l s l l LINDA POWELL, President Swartz Rose l Y College Chapter Home Economics T THE OFFICERS ARE LEFT TO RIGHT: Rena Lyerly, Program Chairman, Diane l l O'Shields Social Chairman, Frances Hyder, Vice President, Linda Powell, Presidentg l Phyllis Bradham, Secretary and Treasurerg Mrs. T. T. Dill is the Sponsor. l x , . ra. , , 5 1 .W lea fa, Ma V' 4.- 4. f . -' I' 5 "'r 1 f f ,Q T Q, Q, x 46 3 Z' 9 ' 2 t sk 5 ,, , V gy? ' "4 ri K nf' 'HT 9 rm THE MEMBERS ARE FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Diane O,Sl'Lields, Darlene Wright, Frances Hyder, Jeannie Payattakool, Phyllis Bradham. SECOND RONV: Rena Lyerly, Linda Powell, Mrs. T. T. Dill, Michael Dusenbury. I IIS rpww " ' I . .Slim HW 5 I i I anim - ed : , mmm in EDITH SAYER, Sponsor IOY BRIDGES, President FIRST ROXV: Miss Sayer, Joy Bridges, Virginia Able, Jennie Payuttukool. SECOND RONV: Martha Pate, Don Anderson, Dennis Bussey, Phil Stone and Ray Evette. I, . st f 'x..,..., 4 The "Library Clubi' membership is Composed of students who have main- tained a "C" average in high school and who are interested in literature. To foster an appreciation of the arts and to develop an interest in current events are the primary aims of the club L'c1micle Monthly meetings are held under the supervision of Miss Edith Sayer, Librarian and sponsor. 119 Phi Beta Lambda The aim of the Phi Beta Lambda is to develop strong leadership quali- ties in future business men and women. The club, which is composed of business education majors, holds monthly meetings with topics ranging from office manners to business procedures. JOYCE COOK, President g 'triad MEMBERS, SEATED: Judy MaAbee, Joyce Cook, Judy Still. STANDING: Martha Winchester, Ellen Hutto, Joy Bridges, Mrs. Hugo Duarte, Sponsor. 120 .. M37 MARTHA PATE, President OFFICERS: Barbara Allen, Martha Pate, Patricia Head, Sandra Lackey, Mrs. Sprouse, Sponsor, Margaret Campbell, Joyce Cook, gn. Marilyn Creene. Esse Quom Videre Out of a college tradition of the past into the present, the E.Q.V. Literary Society stands today as an organization for the betterment of individuals in the quickening of the mind and the steadying of the tongue. The Society, composed of eighteen sophomores and eighteen freshmen who have obtained a high scholastic rating in high school English, holds monthly meetings featuring studies in music, literature and art. t 1 l li li 'i l Q ii l li fl ,gi 3 l 2. l, ..l,f. MEMBERS: Marlene Floyd, Betty Shelton, Jennifer Qucsinherry, Elaine Mattero, Elaine Bynum, Sheila llilley, Mrs. Smome, SECOND HOXV: -loyee Cranliord, Martha Pate, Syhil lfain, Ellen Ilutto, Diey NYade. Ianiee Streetman, Montie Moon, Betty Dun- can, Margaret Camphell, Barhara XYynn. THIRD RONY: -Indy Cuerry, Patricia Head, Elaine Dantzler, Kay Chandler, Sandra Laekey, Marilyn Creen, .loyee Cook, Bar- liara Allen. 121 Q l n I COLIN HILL, President OFFICERS: Colin Hill, President, Becky Dobson, Nola Davis, Secretary-Treasurerg Phil Bryant, Vice-President. - -- Q - N.-2--ef-1 f azewf- N' ' X i ' 'sn f ,Q ,Mk ..,. , M., .., , 3? v ff r ' X. 2 4 L ' sv , - twtffzi s . QVMNYE 25:55 Q ,is 55-if 2243 51525 J " X rf '- 9-f'-H X-. M- Wm , M. L . ' "D ""' fn,-L7 W. -W W, L' f A X- .-ffM..w,,,,.., .,,, A an ... ..,. ,,.,.., V ,J " -' N W. ,... , , ...w.v.w,.,,, ., V" " """ ---V vw--W--. -,Ww.,,,.,,,1,,W - W., W ,, A ' f ""' .-wa.-LM. ,WA . ,,,,,,, Y, Y u -JR-Nw-WW.. www E x KK World Wide Interest Club The World VVide Interest Club was organized by Miss Elsie Tuttle in 1964. The club has many different interests and welcomes all interested stu- dents. Many different countries are studied from a political, social and economic aspect, however, the basic interest of the club is that of travel in various countries. H 122 f 'ww WA MEMBERS: Nola Davis, Bobb Hill, Matthew Raban, Ricll Vaughn, Phil Bryant, Colin Hill, Miss Tuttle, Joanne Kaplet, Becky Dobson. DAN ADAMS, President OFFICERS: Dan Adams, Presidentg Vir- ginia Able, Treasurer, Brenda Lowe, Secre- tary, Gwen Cole, Social Committee. SEC- OND ROW: jack Vaughn, Vice-President, Frank Smith, Social Committeeg Robert Couch, Sponsor. Sociology Club The Sociology Club seeks to better acquaint students with rehabilitation, its goals, its accomplishments, as well as its principles. The club also aids students in having better relations with others in all phases of life. This year the club plans to take a trip to the State Mental Hospital in Columbia, Iuvenile Court and Rehabilitation Center in Greenville, and the State Mental Hospital in Milledgeville, Georgia. MEMBERS, l7"lPnST RONV: Elaine lNlitcl'ium, Elaine Mattero. SECOND RONY: Brenda Lowe, Mary Sutherland, Paulette Barnett, Ginger Able, Gwen Cole. THIRD BOXY: ll Slom Din Aduns lull Billy NVhitc, Bi ' 1 . 1 a Aa -' Vaughng FOURTH ROXV: Butch Norris, ldranlc Smith, Grtgp., Adams, Mi. Couch Mike Davis. fl l 123 I . W N mm My 1 2 Y ef, sir ,N Q N f A X 0 N B .,,, -ta-a- - it ,se v .MPIFQQ , s f- ' 3 iii" V, .rv Q.. Q A W, .A sv 'Q4xff..wg, , t' f- " N ,A 1, Siam? S at X"':- ' kg?Y X A R W' .. A y X' 3 E. I 1, it FQ '11, i ,, ' 'f if lx i l gag .s-1-Aye.-, .sf , f ' W K f . S, , . . ,, . , . . X ' B A wi ' ll? - '4 w , . ,,,.., f , -1 X! . A 1 3 if K X X f fs tw as ffyxaf if '..ss::1e,e:f w,sMi!s.p H fsfaw BARBARA ALLEN, President MEMBERS SEATED: Pan Johnson, Martha Io Sentell, Barbara Allen, Judy Hudson, Cail Smith, Sandra Lackey, Cheryl Rabon. SECOND RONV: Ann Fallow, Kay Chand- ler, Linda Fulmer, Shelby Deese, Frances Kell, Betty Shelton, Madeline Toups, Mrs. Campbell. THIRD ROXV: H. S. Yarborough, Stuart Thompson, Freddie VVimberly, Philip Stone, Sam Stevens, Larry McFadden and Beattie Evans. Etude Barbara Allen, President, Judy Hudson, Vice-President, Cail Smith, Secretaryg Sandra Lackey, Treasurerg Linda Fulmer, Program Chairman. The Etude Honorary Society is a scholastic organization which promotes musical activities on campus. It is composed of music majors who have a "B" average in their music courses. The society sponsors music activities and concert series, the climax of its activities being an annual spring concert. Each year a boy or girl receives a music award for his contribution to the music department. i ri-M .suga- Av , ,i. 6 83? 1, 5 A 4 is il , , , .,f- W 124 Q 72? Student National The Student National Education Association is composed of prospec- tive teachers. The purpose of the organization is to acquaint students with the requirements and rewards of the teaching profession. Through a variety of programs. the different phases and levels of education are studied. DIANE PAGE, President it lx il l 'L.'.1f5:?ffV5' 1 M., , .M . 3, ,LJ Education Association LEFT TO RIGHT: Elaine Bynum, Julia Heaton, Jolene Sparks, Diane Page. A . A . i , J?5,.tKgg V. V215 3 n MEMBERS: David Ammons, Jackie Baxley, Elaine Bynum, Gail Freeman, Kella jane Hall, Julia Heaton, Dorthory Lois Jones, Paul C. Knight, Diane Page, Elaine Plumley, ' Pa? QPOWGH, Cheryl Piabun, Nancy Seel, Pat Stephens, Janice Streetman, Geraldine VV1ll1El1TlS. ll . i K 'iv' gm.. Sq. at 'HY Fgzmsa' gin gag! mai' an-Wi if5fY""" ..."3'f'T ly 5 I 'Y ' XI?-'lkr7'i"' Boptist Student Union When the Baptist Student Union congregates, there is always planning, whether at pre-school retreat at Camp Rawls, at Council meetings on Mon- day nights, or at the Charleston State B.S.U. Convention. Some of the re- sults of the planning were the following: a welcome mat for freshmen, Religious Emphasis Week, Vocational Emphasis Week, Join-the Church-Sun- day, daily devotional periods, and several study courses. Through these Christ-centered activities are developed well-rounded Christian men and women. JOYCE CRAWFORD, President EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Joyce Crawford, President, Bill Davis, Vice-President, Joyce Cook, Secretary, Stuart Thompson, Enter- tainment Chairman, Judy Hudson, Social Chairman, Shelby Deese, Robert Canuette, Devotional Chairmen, Carol Brissey, Pub- licity Chairman, Linda F ulrner, Music Chairman, Joyce Owen, Stewardship Chair- man, Richard Crapps, Christian Action, Margaret Campbell, Mission Chairman. REPRESENTATIVES: Martha Pate, Sun- day School, Dan Adams, Sunday School, Patricia Head, Training Union, Sam Cope- land, Training Union, Margaret Campbell, Young Women's Auxiliary, Gene Carnell, Day Student, Frank Smith, Ministerial. GREATER COUNCIL: Paulette Barnett, Lawrence Bullard, Ann Fallow, Jean Ful- mer, Janice Gaines, Barry Moorehead, Larry McFadden and Andrea Phillips. -' x,..f,W- is X . 4 H 1 gswwm. REV. RUFORD B. HODGES, JR., Pastor Advisor MR. WADE H. HALE, Sponsor B.S.U. Executive Council 2: FIRST ROW: Carol Brissey, Patricia Head, Shelby Deese, Linda Fulmer, Judy Hudson. SECOND ROW: Louis Walker, Richard Crapps Joyce Crawford, Margaret Campbell, Joyce Owen. THIRD ROW: Ray Evette, Dan Adams, Stuart Thompson, Sam Copeland. FOURTH ROW: Frank Smith, Mr. Hale. 12 7 MARGARET CAM PBELL, President Young Women s Auxlluory The North Greenville Young Womens Auxiliary unites with the young Women of the Southern Baptist Churches in advancing World missions Each fall the Executive Council holds a pre-school retreat, formulating the Y.W.A. calendar of activities for the year. Among the activities are the study of the Y.W.A. Manual, monthly mission programs, Y.W.A. Focus Week, banquets, parties, observances of Home and Foreign Mission Weeks of Prayer, mission study courses, and community mission projects. The Y.W.A. was organized at North Greenville prior to 1918 by Mrs. George E. Davis, a former state W.M.U. youth Worker. Through the years, the Y.W.A. has achieved and maintained the A-1 Standard of Honor Rating. I 1 128 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Paulette Barnett, Carol Brissey, Patricia Head, Margaret Campbell, Gwen Cole, Ann Fallow, Joyce Owen. SECOND ROW: Barbara Allen, Shelby Deese, Sandra Lackey, Judy Connell, Linda Fulmer, Judy Hudson, Joy Bridges. , lLl. - -- 3, if : 4 i, v r - 1 .1 - l ,...... ., . -'- 3 'VII , I V A , z--ww I fa Rf! , .kt 2 if I I I , .M s ggi' I , Sir ii ' Q ,"', QM ' .,,...L I, I NEELY CIRCLE Sandra Lackey, Chairman WEST CIRCLE Barbara Allen, Chairman I I 1 if ,I Ii L4 I I I Y.W.A. Circles v 1 ' 1 W-w,,. 4 . . . 1 if 4 M, s , X 53 I 4 E Li J L.,.,,,. fig. Hx "5 I 'I " 'H-w ' v M- iam ,,..',., " Qnri ' QQ fr: F 33125 ,Q5 N in AE '.?i.i"i2ffAF1' +I f" 1 . T22 ' ' ' ' P ,WW I I 53 1 I ' 4-5:,kL',--kwin' 3 ,J-1 V 1 6335 A, , r K, HILL CIRCLE Cail Smith, Chairman NA 'f'f':a2.1,' - 5 I a I I MITCHELL CIRCLE Ioy Bridges, Chairman CANDEL CIRCLE Joyce Owen. CIlllIl'lIl2lIl MOOIIEHEAD CIRCLE Slivlhy Dccse, Chrlirlnqm RUNYAN CIRCLE not Pictured Judy Sti I, Chairman i ,Hr nv , . ,., .-..,.,.r 1... -.. Volunteer Bond JERRY MEEKS, President LEFT TO RIGHT: Sherry Byrd, Social Chairman, Joyce Crawford, Vice-President, Carol Brissey, Secretary, Ann Fallow, Song Leader, Beth Dorn, Pianist, Margaret Camp- bell, Miss Guest, Sponsor, Jerry Meeks, President, Phil Bryant, Devotional Chair- man. 15:3 'r The Volunteer Band is designed for students dedicated to Christian serv- ice as a vocation. One of the oldest campus organizations, it had its beginning in the spring of 1917. Six students with a common interest in the missionary needs of the world organized the band under the direction of Mrs. Walter Wilkins. Under the direction of Miss Ethel Guest, former missionary to South Africa, the band presented a Christmas play for the student body this year. It also shows many films of how the missionaries work in the many places around the world. 130 LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Bartlette, Vir- ginia Chalk, Sandra Broad, Evelyn Pace, Gwen Cole, Jerry Meeks, Miss Guest. SEC- OND ROW: Carol Brissey, Ann Fallow, Sherry Byrd, Juanita Hannon, Dicy Ann Wade, Joyce Crawford, Sandra Bell. THIRD ROW: Patricia Edwards, Joyce Wood, Diane Ayers, Virginia Able, Waco Cotney, John Jones, Margaret Campbell, Beth Dorn. FOURTH ROW: Larry McFadden, Phil Stone, Wayne Crosby, Bob Phillips, Bill Bryant, Bill Yown. LEONARD VIMPENY, President OFFICERS: Richard Crapps, Leonard Vimpeny, Roger Estridge. SECOND ROW: Bill Yown, Mr. Wade Hale CAdvisorD, Sam Stephens, Paul Johnson, Ray Evette, Phil Bryant. The Dean Crain Ministerial Band has as its purpose the preparation of the ministerial student for his work. The band holds two meetings each month at which time the students receive instructions in church denomina- tional life and in the general field of preaching. One of the outstanding presentations of the year was an inspirational message by Richard Crapps at the regular chapel period. Ministerial Bond x , , MEMBERS FIRST ROVV: Mr. Hale, Rich- ard Crapps, Roger Estridge, Mr. Vimpeny Sam Step iens, Ray Evette. SECOND RONV: Frank Smith, Bob Phillips, Paul johnson Roger Cox, Bill Yown. THIRD ROXVS Charles Smart, NVilton Clecton, XVz1co Cot- ML lo FOURTH ROXV Dlnnv ney, Jerry -re 4 f : 1 1 Looper, Lawrence Bullard, Lewis XVlllliCl' Wayne Croshy, Phil Bryant. 131 , iii ??'!"""'f'ie"f s 'uw Shyh bi if GREGG ADAM S, Editor Skyhner The Skyliner, a monthly student publication on the North Greenville campus, seeks to present a true picture of the activities of the students, fac- ulty, and alumni. The staff, composed of students who are interested in the field of journalism, publishes the Skyliner once each month during the school year. The publication is distributed to all students, and more than 3,000 copies of each issue go to North Greenville graduates. The paper is a mem.ber of the Associated Collegiate Press where for the past nine years, it has been rated All-American. In the South Carolina Gol- legiate Press Association, it has been given first place in the under -500 division. LEFT TO RIGHT: Martha Pate, Ioan Freeman, Gerald Sizemore, Peggy Fulbright Gregg Adams, Rena Lyerly, Patricia Powell, Larry Pirkle, Mr. Ioseph Stewart, Advisor Auroro To the Aurora Staff North Green- ville is a book of memories. The de- velopment of the theme "North Greenville is . . has proved to be a fascinating experience for the staff. VVorking together we have enriched our understanding, deepened our friendships, learned good sportsman- ship, increased our knowledge and found inspiration in our work. The staff feels that the book has truly been an achievement and hopes that the students will treasure its memories always. STAFF, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Bart- lette, Margaret Anders, Joyce Owen, Jimmy Hammond, Roetta Dean, Miss Palmer, Ad- visor. SECOND ROVV: Mrs. Dill, Sponsor, Danny Looper, jerry Robertson, Jerry Size- more. NG 'lv-.aw x i 3 , my as ., 'X n Q, .. ga i Q Q " 7" ws t . , , R If . W 1 x. . - ' ' ff, . ,QSQ t ,,f 'iffy - W' if , 1 , f .w wr " ' ' 3 g.vinQ,,3f...i-Vg 1, F' K ' ' ' 3 ' V "ff 1, .' V, , Hfff, v-'.-N-.- 3,3 ' rt' x V if Wi, ,422 my Q IT' 9133, ji Q 'wrgstyf--.1 1, " X1 gf ' f ,' F A f , , ,523 ! 3 P '53 Qlgfy 5 se ' A " -, f I Q' f , f gr f 'fi -f -1 :st lf' k"""'B6Hms,.,1,'1' ,, ,. ,. 1 I 5 Y 7 ,, aff- , A Q., V i ew, ,M I, .- V , K ' V 5 sf gmfff gg . , .6 f A 1 QI , ., , K I t , . , lf' ' , ,fx JV 2: ,2 ,V ,. , 45 V' ,' Mgt. ef Q ,- ,f if gf-fav +, f if -, , gg rf fi s , iff at : 1 5 lf' 'A ' Vi' ' ' 3 ' ' 4 ,ff cv 5 f '. Q ' ' :' J- ff ' , wi .5 j,g,:aj,,51, ,C ,, V , ,- ,L .A Q iz lx when 1 fgiff-if Lgff 'fp , ff,-71 is at if ' gg 1- -5 . , . , I , H la ?Mg2 Y Q V, , v,kV X, V H9 M as ' ' t s i 4 4 f , "fH"- Wvlwwwu w ,,,', , ff, 'im i' ' ' ' . f , " 1 2424 gag V , W l I Nvrff ,V rl, A-,, l Sports are an integral part of North Greenville. With the attitude of training the student, not only phys- ically but socially, the sports program aims at development of the body and growth in sportsmanship. Among the activities offered are basketball, track, baseball, softball, football, ten- nis, golf and archery. R x 5 ,P Ti. :- ', 1 4' ' X x 'xii '. 5-wi, 'Vi , ,X ,x 'I A w . A Q 4 x Qx X W1 W' f y " 1s x ' ff.. 'f N, X .iff N. 5" i'3Xk5'Zj "f'1i,?! .nvky A M4 4 5 l 1 I--I LIIIAIV. 1 I' :II-A-,-., . - I' 95 ,Ia I In 5 II- I I I I I I I. Il 7 I I I 'I II. I I K I -I II I I IF if I I I I I I I I I I , . I I I I 5 I II III III IIIj WI XI I I WI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II I II I I II - On the second day of December 1964, a new coach, Harvey Tankers- ley, Watched a predominately fresh- men team take to the floor at Mountie Hall. Many things were uncertain, but as the game progressed, the coach and students became proud. Although the first game was lost, the Mountie team came back, after having won three and lost seven, to better their record at seven wins and eight losses. In the last five games of the season, the Mounties lost three and won two to gain a season record of nine wins and eleven losses. They finished with a conference record of five wins and seven losses. 137 The Mounties opened the season by dropping the first game to Anderson on the home court by a 69-68 margin. The deciding point came With four seconds remaining in the game. The Mounties then traveled to Wingate Where they were defeated for the sec- ond time in a row. N 138 The team made a short trip to Florida for two games. The first game was lost to Pensacola by a 76-58 margin. For their last Florida game, the Mounties traveled to Chipola Junior College. Chipola, being na- tionally ranked among junior colleges, defeated the Mounties 110-60. On re- turning to the home court, the Mounties rolled to their first confer- ence victory by defeating Lees Mc- Rae. The Mounties then gained their second conference victory by defeat- ing Brevard 85-84 in overtime. For the third game of the season, the Mounties journeyed to U.S.C. Where they were defeated by a 94-76 margin. On returning to Mounty Hall, the Mounties took their first win of the season by defeating the Clemson Cubs 93-73. My wk V ,wg :jig-,Q My 1 I 4' .',h Q .X " Vgzggfa'-x is 4 V 11 n 4 L , Hmm- ff, 'I 'N X A if W 1 x , Y. 4541 . :Q G' ' rf f ' Affz. RTL- xfxwf 's sf ' Riff fa! Rf 2 3, N N Q.: tm .gc'f"?i A52 W 'F-SPIV Q? v hx j sig? , "N 'X X . wg., F' , of ' 2 X xx K x .15 H- , 215 .X ' 1 , X gg ws, -Q 1 rx ,, 3 ' Sf' 124 gs x ww A I X1 xf f . , 1 , , .. , , 'W wr w X , T Mn-' W ,, :' . W , 4- H fu Hx- .-. M... -N ""':LZ',1: 5 " " -' , ,gyi ' x 2 With the end of the regular season nearing the Mounties showed more stamina and desire than in the first games They showed this by defeat gin up to this time U S C had lost only one game For the next game the Mounties surpassed the one hundred pomt margin by defeating Kings by 19096 This was the final Davis and Bill Sloan The Mounties traveled to Clemson Where they met a stunning defeat by a much improved Clemson team. Wingate then came to North Green- ville for an important conference game. The Mounties led at half time, but lost the game in the closing min- utes. By defeating Spartanburg, then the Mounties gained conference Win number three. The Mounties then journeyed to Charlotte Where they defeated Kings, led by Mike Davis With 44 points. In the next game, the Mounties defeated Cardner-Webb 77-76. ' ing the U.S.C. Frosh by a 92-91 mar- home game for sophomores Mike H- WY . ,, ,M ,-,, H:-F-,. m,.,m. 1964-65 Mountie Round-Up Name Davis Sloan Camp Kendall Frady Teague Tollison Gibson Gregory Hix Dougherty fl 62 0 Total Avg. 448 21.3 205 9.7 302 14.4 311 14.8 126 6.3 71 4.7 21 2.1 25 2.3 9 1.8 3 1.6 24 1.5 Opponent Anderson 69 Wingate 80 U S C Clemson Pensacola Chrpola Lees McRae Brevard Clemson Wmgate Spartanburg K1ngs Gardner Webb Anderson Gardner Webb Brevard U S C Lees McRae K1ngs Spartanburg TOURNAMENT Brevard Cheerleaders PICTURED ARE: Joyce Cook, Diane Hanna, Frank Price Iamce Games Brenda Con nor, Dorthory Jones. NOT PICTURED: Roetta Dean. il., J' 144 A :wp ' 115. ,gf I '13 vw W b FIRST ROW Lee RlCh3.1'db Llnda Kent Ou1t1 Wllhams Lmda Powell Norma McLm Jolene Sparks Kella Hall Geraldlne W1ll13U1S and Llnda W1l5on SECOND ROW Judy St1ll MISS T1bshrany fcoachl Mfmlyn Greene Girls' Basketball S With the first game of the season just around the corner, the Lassies had a look of desire in the final practice before their first encounter. The team, composed mostly of freshmen, showed their enthusiasm and desire by trouuc- ing Daniel 64-14 in the season opener. As the season progressed, the Lassies met more rigid and more experienced competition. With only two- games re- maining, the Lassies hold a record of four wins, ten losses and one tie. For the last games of the season, they will meet Winthrop and also participate in a sports day at Winthrop College. In the first conference game, the Lassies took on arch rival Anderson in a hard fought contest, but in the end Anderson held a 60 48 margin to hand the Lassies defeat number one. As the season passed swiftly on- ward, the Lassies dropped thrillers to Chapman, Dorman, Kings, and Anderson. In the final home game, the Lassies were defeated 55-43 by a well experienced Winthrop team. This was the last home game for sophomores Kella Hall, Iolene Sparks, Linda Kent, Iudy Still and Marilyn Greene. 1964 1965 Lossles Schedule Opponent Damel Anderson Dorman Anderson Creenv1l1e Nurses Chapman Chapman Wade Hampton Greenvrlle Nurses Dorman K1ngs Orangeburg Kmgs W1nthrop Wrnthrop Coker College Sacred Heart Ir College 49 NC 64 ' 14 48 60 35 47 49 65 40 ' 29 37 48 47 55 27 8 55 ' 33 31 57 33 ' 44 51 Anderson 74 39 39 33 ' 35 43 ' 55 38 ' 50 42 22 52 . A .. Y 1 49 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! CMH! Phydcol EducoHon The courses offered in Womerfs physical education at North Green- ville include such activities as volley- ball, softball, basketball, track, ten- nis, badminton, ping-pong, archery as well as recreational games. Daily cahsthemcs help to keep trim and ln good phyS1Cal condmon Learning the basic skills. -------"law f dfmgi -mn- Boys' Physicol Education The courses offered in menis phys- ical education at North Greenville in- clude such activities as calisthenics, running, isometric training and weight training. In these divisions, men are also taught sportsmanship. Boys' With the beginning of school comes the time for stu- dents to get together and divide up into teams for In- tramural football. This p-ast fall, two sophomore boys, David Farrior and Rick Shaw, took charge of the In- tramural Sports Department. There were five teams to participate. These were the Chinese Bandits, the Roll- ing Stones, Bennett's Boys, the Saint and the Sinners, and the Day Studentsi Each afternoon at two o'clock two teams would engage in a duel of the gridiron. Sportsmanship and fair play were two rules that were carried out to the fullest extent. Intramural Football 3 if- 1 --. I mama A-. Wi-, At the end of the regular season, play-offs for the championship started Teams were matched according to their won-lost record. After two weeks of elimination, the Chinese Bandits were matched against the Saint and the Sinners team. In the final play- off, the Bandits won by a score of 27-21. Z- . A -,mx ,1 s lu. x sf I kr' Varied Sports Q., . ,ff , ,.,w 6 ,JA L ' A , J :'L:.'::., 5 V+ V5 ,,x .1 . S , L , w all 1? -e'Wf Y 'I' Track ThlS year track coach Robert Couch IS expectmg a very successful season He IS also expectmg more par t1c1pat1on 1I'1 the sport than 1n prev1ous years ,-AA- M--A 'WA - "5 57- yi A s e A 2 I' C I c 155 Golf For the first time, North Greenville is introducing golf as an Inter- Collegiate Sport. The team composed of four boys will compete in golf meets throughout the year. The boys are: Ronnie Teague, Bobby Driver, Toby Henderson and Ronnie Edmonson. 'I56 L11 1 w 41 f, J. F.-.-- -W "' ' w :mmf-xm'eAr"'A" " M ' ', A ." -,,,,,,,., , ........----M V 1 7 . :fig N .. ar 1, . wi uv Q it wr? is U., I 'R v wg, ',?fS'QW?fa',i , 1' ggi, rig ' 0 i a I 1,0 , - Q l U N, if as an hs , oi -le ' " ' 'fl-2" J . . t 0 W' E V U :lag X 5, , , Ol' S i , Xlaaf V? 3,-M I ,IF Z.. 5 5:3 11:5 Q., I X ff . f f f 1 3. - 1. . 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X - :df R' . . .s v 1 , 2 'S ' s xl f xii' if-X , f' gr. fc av u in .Qin I M6 IUDCES Mr james Smith Mrs jack Rogers Mr Lee Kfmipe Miss jean Padget, Mr. Wayne Seal. "Miss AURORA 1965', Charm, talent and beauty, these are three character- istics of Miss Aurora 1965. On November 20, 1964, eleven lovely girls performed before five judges seeking the title of Miss AURORA. Evelyn Ellis Smith, Miss South Carolina 1963, added much grace to the events of the evening as Mistress of Ceremonies, while the lo-vely contestants displayed their various talents and beauty. Anticipation, excitement, and joy filled the air as the girls shared a feeling of accomplishment. All eleven girls were given charms and the runners-up were awarded trophies. Miss Katherine Smith, Miss AURORA 1964, crowned Miss Diane Page and Mr. Gene Hawkins, director of the pageant, presented her with a trophy. MISS AURORA 1965 Mass Duane Page W ,i,.f s Second Runner Up Miss Nancy Edwards First Runner-Up Miss Congeniality ii Miss Joyce Cook i i i i I 162 F I ie if i i . i JOYCE COOK DIANE PAGE The line-up before the judges. wx xx, fl ' A . NANCY EDWARDS 1 '. A f' JP t U 7. . J f V- Q , Wfiiy f X X' f.4.wk,, 2 17 ,-7 'mf' f ww fy f W. M X M Moy Queen 1965 Miss Joyce Owen Moid of Honor Miss Joyce Cook Q ,lx , .i 1. its 12 Sophomore May Day Attendants it ii 1 I I Miss Patricia Head Miss Joy Bridges Miss Nancy i V A .vs-xx X. . X pk 5-A ,iV'.9"1 Q wh wk Q S Q, aw A x- , A x x 4 Mass Dorothy Jones 0 qi !iK X 9 fgyff ire, ' X , . 1-Wx 'Mez' Gi 4 'f , AV 1 f' 1 f CW, Tw 1-5 1 A, 'wb Www 4 ,M 5 vw S YN91 6 1, qw! 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Qin W X A A ' . M. ,xV, 'V , 1 N: , 4, ' U , , ,334- 4: MARGARET CAMPBELL Who's Who at North Greenville gk! WN- VIRGINIA IANIK mi-WW M ICH AEL GAILLARD Wl1o's Who at North Greenville GRETTA PEDEN .1 w Q' 'P ' 5 y w WT? Q Q W S 1 2 ati W M ., 'AQQQ H. S. YARBOROUGH, IR 174 Sophomore Superlotives FRIENDLIE ST Joyce Cook Frank Price I A 7 z V MOST INTELLECTUAL Ioyce Crawford Jerry Stubbs 1 , T I I. I I I , I II I ,W i I I i I 'f II II I D , I I I I II I I I I MOST POPULAR Jennie Payattokool Iohn Bolin MOST TALENTED Linda Fulmer Gene Hawkins MOST RESERVED Sylvia Phillips Sam Copeland BEST DRESSED Dorothy Jones David Farrior 'W' P 'KWH- 0-.....,.,.-...-.A . 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WE SELL THE FINEST-IN THIS AREA WE FINANCE AT BANK RATES Town and Country-Early American or Modern Decor LIBERTY Your Mfc for 30 Years KINARDS Your Economy Home BOB DEAN MOBILE HOME SALES Box 5393 Station B Greenville, South Carolina Dial 235-5134 YOUR DEALER FOR QUALITY MOBILE HOMES We Finance-We De iver-We Service What We Sell BOB DEAN II YEARS IN YOUR GREENVILLE AREA "SEE THE BIG MAN WITH THE BIG DEAL" -i SERVICE FIRST f SATISFACTION ALWAYS PRINTING SINCE 1869 -1-1'-ViIE""' 1 I 'lk ' 2,-4.259 In 'I , J SERVICE and SATISFACTION meld together to form a r fffl ---, i powerful visual unity. We at SI KEYS take pride in the xx. I 'l QI I ,iffff ff facilities in depth we make .III available to our patrons in putting into print the per- sonality of their product. KEYS PRINTING CORPORATION 311 E. IVlcBee Greenville, S. C. Who's Who ot North Greenville FACULTY AND ADMlNlS'l'RAllGN Dr. T. L. Neeley-President 1-1 Leadership A.A., North Greenville Junior College, A.B., Wofford College, Th.M., South- western Baptist Theological Seminary, Graduate Work, Central University of Venezuela, D.D., Furman University. Dr. M. C. Dorman-President Emeritus A.B., Furman University, Th.M., South- ern Baptist Theological Seminary, D.D., Furman University. Mrs. N. A. Avery-Cataloguing Assistant A.A., Anderson College, Further Study, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Mr. R. J. Blackwell ---L ..... Mathematics B.S., Furman University, M.S.Ed., Clem- son College. Mr. C. V. Bruce-Business Manager ..., Typing, Accounting B.A., Kentucky Wesleyan, M.A., George Peabody College, Further Study Uni- versity of Kentucky. Miss Edith Caldwell -H .,...,. Dietician A.A., North Greenville Junior College, B.S., Lander College, Further Study, University of Tennessee. Mr. D. L. Calvert-Registrar .....,-, -- Athletic Director B.A., Spartanburg Junior College and Wofford College, M.S., University of Tennessee. Mrs. Betty S. Campbell .... Theory, Voice B.Mus., Louisiana State University, M.Mus., Northwestern University, Grad- uate Study, Louisiana State University, Converse College, Colorado State Col- lege of Education, Post Masters Degree, Columbia University, Special Study with Paul Christiansen, Concordia Concert Choir. Mr. L. Bracy Campbell, Jr. ...,.,..... Voice, Choir, Conducting B.S., Louisiana State University, M.M., Northwestern University, M.S.M., South- ern Baptist Theological Seminary, Furth- er Study, Columbia University, Special Study with Paul Christiansen, Concordia Concert Choir. Mrs. E. P. Clayton a...... College Nurse R.N., Baptist Hospital. Mr. James R. Couch-Dean of Men .... Sociology, Physical Education Coach A.A., North Greenville Junior College, B.A., Furman University, Further Study, Furman University. Mrs. Olive Crain ..,..e. Dean of Woman A.A., North Greenville Junior College. Miss Nan-cy Derrniner .,,.,,f--, French A.B., Limestone, M.A., University of North Carolina, Further Study, Furman University, University of North Carolina, Certificate de langue francaise, La Sor- bonne, Paris, Certificate du stage Ped- agogique, Alliance Francaise, Paris, France. Mrs. Glennie C. Dill - .......,........ Home Economics, Health, Art B.S., Winthrop College, M.S., University of Tennessee, Futher Study, University of Iowa, Furman University. Mr. Hugo Duarte L-- Government, Spanish A.A., North Greenville Junior College, B.A., Furman University, M.A., Duke University. Mrs. Gwendolyn Duarte ....,,-,,----. Typing, Shorthand, Business English B.S., Winthrop College, M.A., Furman University. Miss Joyce Garrett .--------- M-,,-- Organ A.A. at North Greenville Jr. College, B.A., Furman University, Further Study, Con- verse College. I-Iena Guest -------Y-- ---' E B.A., Berea College, M.R.E., Southem Baptist Theological Seminary. Mr. W. H. Hale ...,........,..... Bible A.A., Mars Hill College, 6z Funnan Uni- versity B.A., M.A., Furman University, B.D., Southem Baptist Theological Sem- inary. MT. C. E. 1 -,---,-H-,----g Higtgfy A.A., Bluefield College, B.A., University of Richmond, M.A., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, B.D. Dr. L. B. Harbin .......... Bible, Greek B.A., Norman College, Mercer Universi- ty, B.D., Th.D., New Orleans Seminary. Mr. H. J. Howard-Dean of Instruction 1- English A.B., Furman University, M.A., Uni- versity of' South Carolina, Graduate Work, George Peabody College, Uni- versity of Virginia. Mrs. Avery Howard-Assistant Librarian A.Y.B.S., Appalachian State Teachers Col- lege, Further Study Converse College. Mrs. Mammie B. Littlefield- Hostess of Boys' Dorm Miss Robyn Lovvom ..,.-,,-,,--g Piano B.M., Converse College, M.M., Universi- ty of Georgia, Further Study, Yale Uni- versity. Mrs. L. Miller -,,-,.,,,--,-,- French A.B., Furman University, Further Study at Converse College, University of South Carolina. Miss Joada Palmer ,.,,,.--,--,, English B.A., Georgetown College, M.A., Ohio University. Mrs. Margaret Reeves ..,.,.-, Chemistry B.A., Winthrop, Further Study, Colum- SOPHOMURE DlRECTORY Able, Virginia Neil Clagton Street Mc orrnick, South Carolina Major-Psycholo L'Amicale des ?ivres 1,:2, Sociology Club 2, Treasurer 2, Volunteer Band 1,2, B.S.U. 1,2, Y.VV.A. 1,2, Miss Aurora Contest 1. Adams, Gregg Carlisle 2013 Hampton Avenue Charleston Heights, South Carolina Major-Psychology Newspaper Staff 2, Editor 2, Sociology Club 12, B.S.U. I,2, Representative Student Council, Sophomore Superlative CBest All Aroundj. bia University. Mrs. Carey Roper ,.,..,,,-,,,, History B.A., Furman University, M.A., Furman University. Mr. Robert Roper ...,..... Mathematics B.A., Furman University, M.A., Furman University, B.D., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, Futher Study, Fur- man University. Miss Edith Sayer-Librarian B.A., Funrran University, M.A., George Peabody College. Mrs. Veda Sprouse ............ English A.A., North Greenville Junior College, B.A., Blue Mountain College, M.A., Duke University, Graduate Study, Winthrop College. Mr. J. B. Stewart-Faculty Advisor for Skyliner .... -. .,,......... English A.B., University of North Carolina, M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College. Dr. S. S. Stover-Religious Counselor ..................... Bible B.A., John Tarleton Agriculture College, Texas Tech, M.R.E., D.R.E., Southwest- ern Baptist Theological Seminary, Furth- er Study, Canyon College. Dr. Paul Talmadge-Assistant Dean of Instruction ..-...... Religious Education Speech B.A., Howard College, M.R.E., D.R.E., Southwestern Theological Seminary. Mr. Harvey Tankersley, Jr. .... Physical Education, Coach A.A., North Greenville Junior College, B.A., Wofford College. Mr. David Taylor .........s.s. Biology A.A., Wingate College, B.S., Carson Newman, M.A., Appalachian State Teach- ers College, Further Study, Emory Uni- versity, Florida State University, Uni- versity of South Carolina. Miss Marie Tibshrany 1 .-- ...... Physical Education, Coach B.S., Winthrop College. Mr. Neal Tingle-Supervisor of Grounds A.A., North Greenville Junior College, B.A., Carson-Newman. Mr. Robert Towell - .,.. ..--- Psychology B.S., Clemson College, B.D., Southeast- ern Seminary, Graduate Work, Furman University. Miss Elsie Tuttle 1 -1 Geology, Economics B.Ed., Illinois State University, Unr- versity of Chicago, Northwestern Uni- versity, M.A., George Peabody College, Further Study, University of Louisiana, George Peabody College, Illinois State University. Adams, Robert Daniel Route 1, Box 177 Ware Shoals, SorQ Carolina Major-Psychology Y Sociology Club 2, President, Phi Beta Lambda 2, B.S.U. 1,2, Sophomore Superla- tive tMost Dependablej. Alexander, E. Bert 100 Dollwood Drive Greenville, South Carolina Allen, Barbara Ann l00 Dagnall Circle Laurens, South Carolina -Major-lNlusic Y.W.A. 1,2, Y.IV.A. Executive Council 2, Circle Chairman 2, E.Q.V. Literary So- ciety 1,2, Devotional Chairman 2, Etude Honorary Music Society 1,2, President 2, Representative Student Government 2, B.S.U. 1,2, Volunteer Band 1, Choir 1,2. Allen, Shirley A. 7824 Asheville Highway Spartanburg, South Carolina Alsing, Maurice O., Ir., P.O. Box 192 Hampton, South Carolina Anders, Margaret Hazel Route 3, Huntis Bridge Road Greenville, South Carolina Major-Elementary Education Annual Staff 2, L'Amicale des Livres 2, Choir 2, S.N.E.A., B.S.U. 1,2, Y.W.A., House Council, Track 1, May Day 1. Anderson, Donald Theron Box 41 Latta, South Carolina Major-Sociology L'Amicale des Livres 1,2, Chaplain. Avant, Hubert B. Route 3, Box 296-A johns Island, South Carolina Babb, Johnny Route 4, Box 48-I Inman, South Carolina Bamett, Paulette Kathleen Moncks Corner, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Sociology Club 2, Etude 1,2, Choir 1, Volunteer Band 1,2, May Day 1, Miss Aurora 1,2. Barnhill, Albert Oneil Route 1 Taylors, South Carolina Major-Business Administration Dean Howard Literary Society 2, Presi- dent 2, Choir 1, Representative Student Council, Track 1. Baxley, Jacqueline B. 1600 Dogwood Street Cayce, South Carolina Baxley, Reginald Blease Route 2, Box 317 Bamwell, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Sociology Club 2, Student Government As- sociation. Beck, H. Sanford, III 104 Lanford Street Greer, South Carolina Bennett, Kenneth G. Route 1, Box 368 Moncks Comer, South Carolina Bishop, John Anthony 107 Dykeson Street Greenville, South Carolina Major-Biology Bolin, John Fredric 205 Augusta Road Spartanburg, South Carolina Major-Biology Choir 1,2, Manager 2, Student Govern- ment Association 2, Vice President, Presi- ileigt, Sophomore Superlative CMost Popu- ar. Bradham, Phyllis Route 1, Box 23 Manning, South Carolina Bridges, Margaret Ioy Route 3 Spartanburg, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts L,Amicale des Livres l,2, President 2, Phi Beta Lambda 1,2, Secretary 2, Track 1. Brissey, Linda Carol 320 Katherine Street Easley, South Carolina Major-Church Secretary Sociology Club 1, Volunteer Band 1,2, Sec- retary 2, B.S.U. 1,2, Publicity Chairman 2, Y.W.A. 1,2, Secretary 2, Track 1. Bronson, Harrie Frederick Box 203 Bamwell, South Carolina Major-Business Administration Dean Howard Literary Society, B.S.U., Collegiate Civitan Club. Brown, Jerry D. 140 East Tallulah Drive Greenville, South Carolina Bruce, Laveda A. 109 Woodruff Highway Greer, South Carolina Maior-Business Administration E.Q.V., Phi Beta Lambda, Y.W.A. Bryan, Michael E. 6 Russell Avenue Greenville, South Carolina Bullard, Lawrence E. 101 Lietner Street Latta, South Carolina Bumett, Gerald W. Route 1 Moore, South Carolina Campbell, Margaret Inez 456 Liberty Street Rock Hll, South Carolina Major-Elementary Education E.Q.V., Volunteer Band, Publicity Chair- man, B.S.U., Executive Council, Y.W.A. 1,2, Representative President 2, Student Government Association Representative, Sophomore Superlative CMost Courteousl. Cannuette, Robert H. 1516 Capps Street Augusta, Georgia Camell, Gene Stanley Route 2 Taylors, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Choir, B.S.U., Representative, Civitan Club. Collegiate Carter, Daniel Ray 114 River Oaks Drive Greenville, South Carolina Maior-Business Administration Chandler, Roger G. 1200A Woodside Avenue Greenville, South Carolina Childers, Hazel Carlien Route 4 225 Hartsville Street Taylors, South Carolina Major-Secondary Education S.N.E.A. Childers, Linda Carol Route 1, Box 265 Marietta, South Carolina Clark, Iohn Edward Route 5 Mt. Creek Road Greenville, South Carolina Major-Business Administration Cole, Gwendolyn Ann 1405 Field Street Camden, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Y.W.A. 1,2, Social Chairman, Executive Council 2, Volunteer Band 1,2, B.S.U. 1,2, Sociology Club 2, Social Chairman. Cook, Joyce Darlene 2805 Fair Avenue Newberry, South Carolina Major-Business E.Q.V., Phi Beta Lambda 1,2, Treasurer 1, President 2, B.S.U. Secretary 2, Y.W.A. 1,2, Vice President 2, Student Government Association, Representative and Executive Student Council, House Council, Represent- ative 1, Vice President 2, Sophomore Su- perlative Cliriendliestj, May Day 1,2, Miss Aurora Contest 2, Cheerleader 2. Copeland, Samuel L. Ir. 1635 Marlboro Hartsville, South Carolina Crapps, Richard Henry 2816 Wilton Road West Columbia, South Carolina Major-Ministry Choir 1,2, Devotional Chairman 2, B.S.U. 1,2, State Representative and Christian Ac- tions Chairmian, Dean Crain Ministerial Band 1,2. Crawford, T. Ioyce Box 96 Plum Branch, South Carolina Cross, Thomas G. jr. 101 Elm Street Greenville, South Carolina Major-Business Administration Cullev, Ronald F. 1543 Elmtree Road Columbia, South Carolina Culpepper, Donald V. 28 McBeth Street Greenville, South Carolina Dabney, Thomas E. 302 Sidney Street Rock Hill, South Carolina Davis, Michael Route 3, Tiffany Drive Taylors, South Carolina Davis, William K. 1417 Montview Road Birmingham 8, Alabama Deese, Shelby I. Route 9, Box' 305 Heath Springs, South Carolina DeHay, Arthur H. Box 55 Greenville, South Carolina Denton, William B. Ir. 1205 Woodside Avenue Greenville, South Carolina Dobson, Frances Rebecca Box 94 Fairforest, South Carolina Major-Secondary Education Y.W.A. 1,2, May Day 1. Dusenbury, Michael Van 228 Smith Street Georgetown, South Carolina Erwin, Albert Ir. Box 231 Staitex, South Carolina Estridge, Roger Malone RO. Box 383 Kershaw, South Carolina Major-Ministry Dean Crain Ministerial Band. Evans, Beattie L. Route 2 Landrum. South Carolina Fallaw, Aim Warner 229 Iohnston Street Rock Hill, South Carolina Major-Music Etude, Choir, Volunteer Band, Music Chair- man, B.S.U., Y.VV.A., Music Chairman. Farrior, David Pickett Mackey Point Plantation Yemassee. South Carolina Major-Forestry Dean Howard Literary Society: Sophomore Superlative CBest Dressedi. Franklin, Lloyd Ray Route 1 Roebuck, South Carolina Major-Business Administration Dean Howard Literary Society, Collegiate Civitan Club-. Franklin, W. Eugene jr. Route 1. Box 190 Sumter, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Dean Howard Literary Society, Sociology Club, Volunteer Band, B.S.U., Dean Crain Ministerial Band. Freeman, Lewis Willard Ir. Route 2. Pelham Road Greenville, South Carolina Maior-Industrial Management Collegiate Civitan Club. Fripp, Paul Melvin Route 2 Walterboro, South Carolina Major-Business Administration Collegiate Civitan Club. Fulmer, Linda Louise 717 Crabtree Street P.O. Box 374 Conway, South Carolina Major-Music L'Amicale des Livres: Etude, Program Chairman 2, Choir, Social Chairman 1, Vice President 2, Volunteer Band, B.S.U., Music Chairman 2, Y.VV.A, Publicity Chair- man 2, Sophomore Superlative CMost Tal- entedj. Gaillard, joseph Michael Route 1 Easley, South Carolina Major-Political Science Collegiate Civitan Club, Sophomore Super- lativc CMost Courteousj. Garcia, Eliseo B. Route 1 Travelers Rest, South Carolina Garrett, Melynda A. 12 Virnelle Street Greenville, South Carolina Gatch, Robert D. III 1724 Hampton Street Walterboro, South Carolina Gaylord, Leroy 324 South Salem Sumter, South Carolina Gerald, Benjamin Worth Apt. 47, N.G.I.C. Tigewille, South Carolina Giles, Joseph Charles Belvue Road, Route 2 Taylors, South Carolina Major-Physical Education Godwin, Edward A. Route 2 Greenville, South Carolina Granger, Thomas Cleveland 9 Fairview Avenue Alta-Vista Greenville, South Carolina Major-English Gray, Charles Daniel 1 Broad Vista Boulevard Taylors, South Carolina Green, Leslie A. Ir. 1011 Boncombe Road Greer, South Carolina Green, L. Marilyn 109 Green Avenue Fountain Inn, South Carolina Green, Richard W. 305 Yorkshire Drive Greenville, South Carolina Greene, John W. S03 Edwards Road Greenville, South Carolina Greer, Walter William II Route 1 Marietta. South Carolina Gresham, Robert L. 111 Ebaugh Avenue Greenville, South Carolina Hall, Kella Jane 116 Georgia Street Springfield, South Carolina Major-Physical Education S.N.E.A., Y.W.A., Secretary, House Coun- cil, Monitor, Basketball, Co-captain 1, Track, Class Officer, Secretary 2, Sopho- more Superlative CBest School Spiritj. Hanna, Dianne Mae 305 Clairview Street Kingstree, South Carolina Hannon, M. Juanita Route 2 Campobello, South Carolina I-Iarkins, Donald R. 13 Speed Street Greenville, South Carolina Harrington, L. Burton jr. 113 Hill Top Street Kingstree, South Carolina Hatley, jerry Donald 108 Aladdin Street Greenville, South Carolina Major-Secondary Education Track. Hawkins, Gary A. 10 Primrose Lane Greenville, South Carolina Hawkins, Lyman Eugene 101 North Franklin Road Greenville, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Annual Staff, Art and Feature Editor, Col- legiate Civitan Club, Miss Aurora Contest, Producer and Director, Sophomore Superla- tive tMost Talentedj. Hawthome, Victor B. Ir. Route 1, Box 103 Sumter, South Carolina Head, Patricia Ann 307 Carolina Avenue Batesburg, South Carolina Major-English Esse Quam Videre, 1,2, Vice-President 2, B.S.U., Training Union Representative 2, Y.VV.A. 1,2, Mission's Chairman 2. Heaton, Clovie Iulia Etta 10 Ariail Street Easley, South Carolina Major-Biology Sociology Club, S.N.E.A., Secretary-Treas-- urer, B.S.U., Y.W.A. I-Iill, Bobby I. 234 Courtney Circle Greenville, South Carolina Hill, Colin Raymond Ramstein, Germany Major-Business Administration Collegiate Civitan Club, VVorld Wide In- terest Club, President. Hill, S. Cletus Route 2 Pelzer, South Carolina Hinton, H. Eugene 113 Coleman Court Greenville, South Carolina Howell, Ralph G. 207 East Arlington Avenue Greer, South Carolina Hudson, Judith Elaine Route 3 Nichols, South Carolina Etude, Choir, Volunteer Band, B.S.U., Y.W.A., Track, Sophomore Superlative CMost Dependablej, Class Officer, Treasurer, Miss Aurora Contest 1,2. Hughes, Russel Randall Route 2 Marietta, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Debate Team. Hunt, Frank D. Ir. 207 Mauldin Road Greenville, South Carolina Hunt, Warren C. III 1123 Lake Avenue North Augusta, South Carolina Hunter, Mary Nancy 106 Mill Street Woodruff, South Carolina Major-Elementary Education S.N.E.A., B.S.U., Y.W.A. Ingle, Leroy 1-1., Ir. 23 Jones Street Greenville, South Carolina Janik, Virginia N. Route 1 Taylors, South Carolina Ieffords, Rev. William H. Route 1 Gray Court, South Carolina Major-Bible Dean Crain Ministerial Band. johnson, Donald N. I Nlillcr Court luiuau. South Carolina Johnson, James Paul Route 1 Cordova, South Carolina Johnson, Jolm David Route 7 Crestview Drive Greenville, South Carolina Jones. Diana Gail Ridge Spring, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Etude, Choir, B.S.U., Y.XV.A., cil. Jones, Dorothy Lois Route 7 Batesburg, South Carolina Jones, William A. 112 Seventh Street Easley, South Carolina, Julian, David M. 12 Horseshoe Circle Greenville, South Carolina Kaplet, Joann 92-A Jasmine Street House Coun- Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina Kent, Linda Faye Route 3 Miracle Hill School Pickens, South Carolina Major-Business Administration B.S.U., Y.W.A., Community Missions Chair- man, Basketball, Track, Sophomore Sup- erlative CMost Attractivej. Kimbrall, Wayne T. 1205 Pine Drive Aiken, South Carolina Koon, Rufus Theodore Route 2 Gaston, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Choir. Lackey, Sandra -Elaine 121 McDade Street Greenville, South Carolina Major-Music Esse Quam Videre, Treasurer 2, Etude Treasurer, Choir, Y.W.A., Circle Chairman, Executive Council. Lancaster, Ronald Edward Route 3 Spartanburg, South Carolina Major-Pharmacy Lancaster, Sondra E. 2144 Chesnee Highway Spartanburg, South Carolina Lee, John Wayne 1731 E. North Street Greenville, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Lee, L. Wilson 1731 E. North Street Greenville, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Leonard, Glenn P. 104 Springdale Avenue Greer, South Carolina Lominack, William P. 117 Pine Street Greer, South Carolina Lowe, Brenda C. 1415 Mt. Gallant Road Rock Hill, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Phi Beta Lambda 1, Choir 1, Sociology Club 2, Secretary. McGee, V. Dale 23 Pittman Circle Greenville, South Carolina McGill, Joe H. 108 W. George Road Simpsonville, South Carolina McKinney, Claude, Jr. 2308 Easley Bridge Road Greenville, South Carolina McKinney, Vivian Ruth 28 South Poinsett Highway Travelers Rest, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Esse Quam Videre, Track. Mallard, Betty Sue Box 398 St. George, South Carolina Martin, Margaret T. Route 1, Box 441 Travelers Rest, South Carolina -Mathis, Stephen Walter Route 4 Greer, South Carolina Major-Pre Dental Mattero, Marilyn Elaine 300 Whisnant Street Shelby, North Carolina Major-Elementary Education 2, Y.VV.A. 1,2, Esse Quam Videre, L'Amicale des Livres, Sociology Club, Volunteer May Day 1, "Little Girl" Meeks, Jerry J. Route 1 Wellford, South Carolina Mikell, John C., Jr. Route 3, Box 287-A Sumter, South Carolina Miller, C. Eugene 307 Butler Street St. Matthews, South Carolina Mims, Thomas L. Box 373 Kingstree, South Carolina Mitchum, M. .Elaine Box 334-B, Jasper Street Georgetown, South Carolina Moody, Elaine E. 310 Etiwan Avenue Columbia, South Carolina Moon, Billie Jo 6 Powell Drive Greenville, South Carolina Morehead, R. Barry Route 2 Neeses, South Carolina Mowen, Thomas Route 4, Box 189 Piedmont, South Carolina Mullikin, Robert Earle 7 Douglas Drive Greenville, South Carolina Band, Y.W.A., Major-Business Administration Mundy, Marion Raymond Route 3, Box 45 Abbeville, South Carolina Major-Psychology Newspaper Stalt, Sociology Club, Dean Crain Ministerial Band. Nesbitt, Margaret Leigh Route 1 Duncan, South Carolina Major-Religious Education and English Sociology Club, Y.VV.A., May Day 1. New, June Elizabeth Route 1 Travelers Rest, South Carolina Major-Music Choir, Publicity Chairman. New, Thomas Marshall Route 1 Travelers Rest, South Carolina Major-Music Choir, President. Nicholson, Ruby Irene 15 Eighth Street Greer, South Carolina Esse Quam Videre, Sociology Day, Entertainment 1. Club, May Norris, Jordan M., Jr. Box 32 Eastover, South Carolina Owen, Joyce Ann Route 5 Easley, South Carolina Aurora Staff 1,2, Class Editor 1, Editor- in-Chief 2, S.C.A., Executive Council 2, Judicial Council 2, Representative Coun- cil 2, B.S.U. 1,2, Stewardship Chairman 2, Volunteer Band 1, Y.W.A. 1,2, Circle Chairman 2, Sophomore Superlative CBest All Aroundj May Queen 2. Owens, Patsy Karen Route 6 Greer, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts May Day 1. Pace, Constance Louise Route 2 Simpsonville, South Carolina Page, C. Diane Route 1, Easley Highway Greenville, South Carolina Pate, Martha Rebecca Route 1 Scranton, South Carolina Payattakool, Nongluck 134 Oxford Road Spartanburg, South Carolina 563 Vanich I Road Bangkok, Thailand 317 W. 99th Street, Apt. 2-C New York 25, New York Major-Nursing Swartz Rose, L'Amica1e des Livres 1,2, Program Chairman, Volunteer Band 1, B.S.U. 1,2, Y.W.A. 1,2, Track 1, Sopho- more Superlative 2, CMost Popularb. Peagler, Janice C. 1538 Dunbar Road Cayce, South Carolina Pearson, Barbara Gaye 1014 Rutherford Road Greenville, South Carolina Major-Business Track. Peden, Gretla Y. Route 1 Taylors, South Carolina Peek, Gerald R. 404 North "Bu Street Easley, South Carolina Phillips, Reginald I., II 401 Galphin Drive Greenville, South Carolina Phillips, Robert Lewis 13 Eighth Avenue, Iudson 2 Greenville, South Carolina Major-Ministry Volunteer Band, Dean Crain Ministerial Band. Phillips, Sylvia Route 2, Box 66 Piedmont, South Carolina Major-Business Phi Beta Lambdag House Council, Presi- dent, Sophomore Superlative tMost Re- servedl. Pirkle, Larry B. Route 5 Greenville, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Newspaper Staff, Sports Volunteer Band. Editor, Choir, Plumley, Faith Elaine Route 2 Landrum, South Carolina S.N.E.A., Track. Prewette, Donald A. Route 4, Box 307 Inman, South Carolina Price, Henry Franklin 115 Warren Street Walterboro, South Carolina Major-Pre-Med Choir, Collegiate Civitan Club, President, Vice President, Student Government As- sociation, Representative Councilg Sopho- more Superlative CFriendliestD, Class Officer, Vice President Freshman Class. Rabun, Cheryl Dean 7718 Burnett Street Spartanburg, South Carolina Major-Elementary Education Etude, Choir, Social Chairman, Publicity Chairmang S.N.E.A., Y.W.A. Sophomore Su- perlative tWittiestl. Ragsdale, john K., Ir. Blair, South Carolina Major-Business Administration Collegiate Civitan Club. Reed, Patricia Ruby 1720 N.W. Ninth Court Homestead, Florida Major-Business Administration Choir, Y.W.A., Track. Replco, Susan I. 122 West Circle Avenue Greenville, South Carolina Ridley, Thomas N. P.O. Box 717 Taylors, South Carolina Riley, Charles Kenneth 127 Ware Street Greenville, South Carolina Robbins, G. Robert 21 B. Balsam Drive Greenville, South Carolina Rogers, Cross R., III 130 Brook Road McLean, Virginia Roger, Jerry M. 114 Riley Street Westininster, South Carolina Rollins, Robbie L., Ir. 3 Shamrock Lane Greenville, South Carolina Rupracht, William George Box 402 Central Square, New York Rutland, joseph H. Box 278 Fairfax, South Carolina Shaver, Ann Route 4, Northway Drive Taylors, South Carolina Shaw, Richard C. 105 West Westminster Drive Greenville, South Carolina Sloan, Billy B. Route 1 Lyman, South Carolina Sloam, Keever Vinson, Ir. Route 2 Greer, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts Sociology Clubg Track. Smith, David C. 22 Fore Avenue Greenville, South Carolina Smith, Frank A., Ir. Route 1 Pisgah Forest, North Carolina Smith, M. Gail Route 6 Greenville, South Carolina Smoak, Harold A. 13-B Durant Avenue North Charleston, South Carolina South, Myrna Faye 102 Oak Drive Greenville, South Carolina Major-Elementary Education Sparks, Jolene Frances 79 Lowry Street Whitmire, South Carolina Major-Business Administration L,Amicale des Livres, S.N.E.A., Vice Presi- dent 1,25 House Council, Basketball. Staggs, L. Elaine Route 2 Greer, South Carolina Stargel, Thomas 9 Pine Creek Drive Greenville, South Carolina Stephens, Patricia Ann Route 2 Greer, South Carolina Major-Liberal Arts S.N.E.A.g Track. Still, Judy Lee 2615 Hagood Avenue Barnwell, South Carolina Sociology Club lg Phi Beta Lambda, Vice President 2, Y.W.A., House Council, Sec- retary, Basketball 1,2. 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Toups, Madeline Lydia Box 233 Tigerville, South Carolina Major-Music Etude, Choir, Miss Aurora Contest. Tuck, Michael W. 1329 Grace Drive Savannah, Georgia Vaughan, lack 1416 Muller Avenue Columbia, South Carolina Vaughn, Rita Ann Route 6 Greer, South Carolina Major-Elementary Education Vimpeny, Leonard C. 684 Henry Street Aiken, South Carolina Walker, W. Hollis Tigerville, South Carolina Waters, Susan C. 13 Gallivan Street Greer, South Carolina Westmoreland, Branson Route 2, Box 364 Piedmont, South Carolina White, Billy H. 101 Moss Street Greer, South Carolina Williams, Nannie G. Route 1 Easley, South Carolina Yarborough, H. S., Ir. Route 4, Box 98 Conway, South Carolina Yown, William Robert 2501 Easley Bridge Road Greenville, South Carolina Major-Sociology tMinistryl Volunteer Bandg B.S.U.g Dean Crain Min- isterial Band, Collegiate Civitan Clubg Class Officerg Vice President, Sophomore Class, Treasurer of Civitan Club 1,2. FRESHMEN DIRECTORY Mr. James G. Adams Route 6 Greer, S. C. Mr. Lesley Addis 214 Nalley Street Easley, S. C. Mr. Gerald W. Addison 2133 Dorchester Avenue Charleston Heights, S. C. Mr. David F. Ammons Route 3 Honea Path, S. C. Mr. Dennis B. Ashley Route 2, Box 500 Canton, N. C. Mr. Charles R. Atkins 127 Hillrose Avenue Greenville, S. C. Miss S. Diane Ayers Route 1 Inman, S. C. Miss Carleen F. Backer 2829 Avenue R, N.W. Winter Haven, Fla. Mr. Charles H. Bair Route 2, Box 184 Bowman, S. C. Miss Nancy A. Baker 19 North Washington Ave. Greenville, S. C. Mr. Kenneth K. Banks Route 1 Piedmont, S. C. Miss F. Sherily Barker 100 Lakeview Drive Greenville, S. C. Miss Berdie Mae Bames Route 1 Ehrhardt, S. C. Miss S. lean Barrett Route 2, Box 380 Heath Springs, S. C. Miss Linda J. Bartlette Route 1, Box 172 Sumter, S. C. Mr. Dudley R. Belcher Route 3 Greer, S. C. Mr. Charles T. Bell Route 1, Box 71-A Kingstree, S. C. Miss Sandra K. Bell Route 2 Williston, S. C. Mr. W. Richardson Bennett Route 4 Piedmont, S. C. Mr. W. Edward Billings Route 1, Box 152-C Branchville, S. C. Mr. R. james Bishop Route 2 Taylors, S. C. Mr. David W. Blackmon 1007 Brown Street Camden, S. C. Mr. james W. Blackwood, Ir 107 Broad Street Union, S. G. Miss Lorelei M. Bouffard P.O. Box 562 Georgetown, S. C. Mr. 1. Neal Bowers Route 2 Piedmont, S. C. Mr. L. Daniel Bozard, Ir. P.O. Box 23 Bowman, S. C. Miss Patricia Ann Bridwell Route 2 Taylors, S. C. Miss Sandra I. Broad 251 Howle Avenue Charleston, S. C. Mr. D. Thomas Brown 216 Carolina Avenue Greenville, S. C. Mr. J. Michael Brown 9 Twin Springs Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. Robert I. Brown 8544 Chesapeake Boulevard Norfolk 3, Va. Mr. H. Joe Bruce Tigerville South Carolina Mr. Phillip C. Bryant 234 East Blackstock Road Spartanburg, S. C. Mr. Phillip E. Bryant 140 Rasor Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. Keith C. Buchanan Route 1 Marietta, S. C. Miss Lantie D. Burdine Route 1, White Horse Road Greenville, S. G. Mr. E. Carl Burrell, Ir. 106 Virginia Avenue Greer, S. C. Mr. Dennis R. Bussey Route 1, Box 296 Johnston, S. C. Miss D. Elaine Bynum Route 1, Box 336 Greenville, S. C. Miss Sherry Byrd 320 LaWand Drive Columbia, S. C. Mr. W. Rodney Camp 606 E. Montgomery Street Gaffney, S. C. Miss Patricia J. Campbell 24 Lafayette Street Ocoee, Fla. Mr. Maxwell Center, jr. Route 1 Taylors, S. C. Miss Virginia R. Chalk 111 Wallace Court Union, S. C. Miss Brenda Kay Chandler Route 2 Pelzer, S. C. Mr. George M. Chandler Route 2 Taylors, S. C. Miss Katherine V. Cherry 260 Granger Road Spartanburg, S. C. Mr. David M. Cline 301 West Earle Street Greenville, S. C. Miss Nancy L. Cogdill 452 Crosby Circle Greenville, S. C. Mr. Kenneth W. Collins 410 W. Croft Street Greenville, S. C. Miss Priscilla S. Cooke 5 Chipley Lane Greenville, S. C. Mr. Lester L. Cooper, Ir. Route 2 Cainpobello, S. C. Miss S. Claudette Cooper 109 McGowan Avenue Abbeville, S. C. Mr. Gerry E. Copeland 16 Kendal Green Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. Waco Cotney Route 1 Prosperity, S. C. Mr. Johnny Roger Cox 12 Lawrence Street Lyman, S. C. Mr. C. David Crain Route 1 Moore, S. C. Mr. I. Donny Craine Sunset South Carolina Mr. Larry Crawford 123 Wheeler Circle Saluda, S. C. Mr. W. Larry Cribb 1201 Manning Road Sumter, S. C. Mr. D. Wayne Crosby 712 Cam Street Walterboro, S. C. Mr. L. Edwin Crouch Route 1 Batesburg, S. C. Mr. Thomas L. Dabbs 117 Hirsch Street Kingstree, S. C. Mr. F. Eric Dabney 1 Constitution Avenue Charleston Heights, S. C. Miss S. Elaine Dantzler R.F.D. Harleyville, S. C. Mr. A. Eugene Davis P.O. Box 181 Barnwell, S. C. Miss Enola I. Davis 442 Midland Drive Charleston, S. C. Miss Patricia Davis 503 Robinson Street Gaffney. S. C. Mr. H. Murray Davis, III 8 Sequoia Drive Greenville, S. G. Mr. John T. Davis Route 3, Box 256 Pelzer, S. C. Mr. Richard T. Davis Route 1 Ware Shoals, S. C. Miss Roetta G. Dean Route 1 Fountain Inn, S. C. Miss Ioan L. Dellinger Route 1, Box 45 Abbeville, S. C. Mr. A. Norwood Dickerson 205 E. Prentiss Avenue Greenville, S. C. Miss Elizabeth Dorn P.O. Box 94 Grovertown, Ga. Mr. james F. Dougherty 1318 Lancaster Avenue Wilmington, Del. Mr. Bobby R. Driver 129 Corrine Drive Greenville, S. C. Miss Betty S. Duncan 29 Second Avenue, Poe Mill Greenville, S. C. Mr. Ronald E. Edmonson Box 423 Christiansburg, Va. Miss Nancy A. Edwards Route 2 Landrum, S. C. Miss Patricia P. Edwards 3309 South 5th Street Hartsville, S. C. Mr. Branson Eiseman 306 Brockman Avenue Greenville, S. C. Mr. Seward H. Ellis 229 Leesville Street North Charleston, S. C. Mr. Richard E. Elrod 225 McMakin Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. Ray F. Evette Route 1, Box 251 Pickens, S. C. Miss Sybil M. Fain Route 2 Campobello. S. C. Miss Donna Nl. Fender Route 2, Box 54 Branchville, S. G. Mr. XVillinni F. Ferguson Route 4 Piedmont, C. Miss Dianne Finley 7616 Marie Street Columbia, S. C. Miss Marlene Floyd 100 Twinbrook Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. John M. Frady 28 High Street Converse, S. C. Miss F. Joan Freeman Route 3 Greenville, S. C. Mr. Stanley G. Freeman Route 2 Piedmont, S. C. Miss T. Gail Freeman 129 Endless Drive Greer, S. C. Miss Peggy R. Fulbright Route 2 Campobello, S. C. Miss S. Jean Fulmer Box 374 Conway, S. C. Miss Janice F. Gaines 8 Alice Street Greenville, S. C. Mr. Stanley L. Gainey 1209 Berkeley Street North Charleston, S. C.. Miss M. Yvonne Gambrell 514-A South Valdez Ct. Fort Benning, Ga Miss Virginia R. Gantt 3712 Bei-er-ly Drive Columbia, S. C. Mr. G. Ralph Garner P.O. Box 15, 205 Ashmore St. Greer, S. C. Mr. Thomas J. Garner Route 3 Chesnee, S. C. Mr. John Charles Gaskins Route 2 Kershaw, S. C. Nlr. P. Kearse Getsinger P.O. Box 3 Ridgeland, S. C. Mr. John XV Gibson 16 Green Street Pacolet Mills, S. C. Mr. VVilton O. Gleaton Route 1 Neeses. S. C. Mr. Clifford P. Goodenough 20 Center Street Travelers Rest. S. C. Miss Patsy D. Gore 115 Oak Grove North Charleston. S. C. Mr. Daniel B. Gosnell 109 Jones Avenue Grccnville, S. C. Mr. D. Kenneth Gossett 244 McDowell Street Spartanburg. S. C. Mr. C. Edward Graham Route 3 Pelzer, S. C. Mr. Larry W. Gregory Route 6 Spartanburg, S. C. Miss Rebecca Jane Grimsley 1411 Harper Street Augusta, Ga. Miss Geraldine Grubbs 134 Kathryan Court Greenville, S. C. Miss Judith C. Guerry Route 3 Moncks Corner, S. C. Miss Jane E. Gunnells Route 1 Olar, S. C. Mr. Teddy L. Gunter 4 York Drive Greenville, S. C. Miss O. Jean Hair Route 2, Box 56 St. Matthews, S. C. Mr. James T. Hammond Route 1 Taylors, S. C. Miss Linda G. Hammond Route 2, Box 303 Heath Springs, S. C. Mr. Richard E. Harmon Laurel Drive Graniteville, S. C. Mr. Joe Kendrick Harrison 30 Birnie Street Extension Greenville, S. C. Mr. P. Ryan Hawkins Route 3 Greer, S. C. Mr. Michael E. Hench Route 1, Box 232 Travelers Rest, S. C. Miss Jeanne Henderson 15 Rollingbridge Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. Douglas C. Henderson 128 Oakland Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. Jerry XV. Henderson Route 5 Union, S. C. Mr. Troy L. Henderson, III 46 Cherry Street Barnwell, S. C. Miss Brenda G. Henson Route 2 Marietta, S. C. Mr. William A. Henson, Jr. 26 Cottingham Circle Greenville, S. C. Mr. Roger Hernandez, Jr. Rt. 1, Hastie Dr., Greenview Acres C Charleston Heights, S. . Mr. 1Vayne K. Hester Route 1, Box 263 Travelers Rest, S. C. Mr. Alan B. Hiatt 138 Clearview Drive Greer, S. C. Mr. E. Roy Hightower Route 4 Lexington, S. C. Mr. William A. Hill Route 2 Pelzer, S. C. Miss Sheila R. Hilley Route 5 Anderson, S. C. Miss Janice I. Hilton P.O. Box 254 Ridgeville, S. C. Mr. Thomas A. Hindman 411 Darlington Avenue Greenville, S. C. Mr. Thomas H. Hitt Route 3, Zelma Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. G. Phil Hix Ridge Road Lyman, S. C. Mr. W. Roger Holden Route 1 Easley, S. C. Mrs. Rosalie Holton 11 Forestdale Drive Taylors, S. C. Miss Cheryl D. Houston Route 3, Corrine Street Easley, S. C. Mr. Ronald G. Howard 1178 Pendleton Street Greenville, S. C. Miss Diane Lee Howell Route 4, Howell Road Taylors, S. C. Mr. Lane Howell Route 1 Taylors, S. C. Mr. Gary H. Hudson 28 Howe Street Greenville, S. C. Mr. Marvin Huggins Lake Drive VVilliston, S. C. Mr. Raymond Hughes, Jr. Ariail Station Easley, S. C. Miss Velvie C. Hughes 1701 Franklin Street Barnwell, S. C. Miss L. Faye Hurtubise 1853 Saxony Drive Charleston, S. C. Miss Ellen Hutto Reevesville South Carolina Miss Frances Hyder Route 2 Landrum, S. C. Mr. C. Paul Jacobs 300 Claiwiew Street Kingstree, S. C. Mr. WVilliam Jarrard, Jr. Box 66 Marietta, S. C. Mr. James W. Jewell 310 Berea Drive Greenville, S. C. Mr. D. Carroll Johns Route 2 Taylors, S. C. Mr. Michael W. Johnson 15 Spruce Street Startex, S. G. Miss Pamela N. Johnson 52 Vanderbilt Drive Aiken, S. C. Mr. Russell V. Johnson 207 Fork Shoals Road Greenville, S. C. Miss Sherry Johnson 211 Victoria Avenue North Charleston, S. C. Mr. Carter Jones 215 North Church Street Manning, S. C. Mr. Dan Jones 19 Glendale Street Greenville, S. C. Mr. John D. Jones, III 913 Wheeler Drive Aiken, S. C. Mr. Phillip B. Jones 19 Glendale Street Greenville, S. C. Mr. Stephen E. Julian, Jr. 1020 N.W. 14th Terrace Miami, Fla. Miss S. Frances Kell 312 Hickory Circle Toccoa, Ga. Mr. Robert M. Kendall 1505 Stony Run Drive Wfilmirigton, Del. Mr. Paul G. Knight 2 Lindsey Street, Monaghan Greenville, S. C. Mr. W. Gordon Knight, Jr. Route 6 Greer, S. C. Mr. Howard C. Ladd, II 1105 West Main Street Laurens, S. C. Mr. James C. Lamb P.O. Box 63 Cross Anchor, S. C. Mr. A. James Lancaster, Jr. P.O. Box 619 Sullivans Island, S. C. Mr. John A. Lancaster, Jr. Route 2, Box 103 Simpsonville, S. C. Mr. L. Radford Lane, Jr. 233 Mohawk Drive Spartanburg, S. C. Miss Diane M. Langley 116 N. Franklin Road Greenville, S. C. Mr. Keith Langley Route 3, Box 348 Laurens, S. C. Mr. Honore' Schuman LeClercq Jr 124 East Richard Street Denmark, S. C. Mr. Paul D. Lister Route 1 Greer, S. C. Mr. Dwight A. Loftis 105 Aladdin Street Greenville, S. C. Mr. Parks H. Long, Jr. 9 High Valley Boulevard Gnxnville, S. C. Mr. Robert S. Long Route 3 Latta, S. C. Mr. C. Daniel Looper Route 2 Easley, S. C. Mr. XV. Clement Lord 12 McAlister Street Travelers Rest, S. C. Miss Rena A. Lyerly Route 1 Johnsonville, S. C. Mr. Adrian G. Lynn, Jr. 10 Hammond Road Lyman, S. C. Miss Judith Elaine McAbee Route 6 Spartanburg, S. C. Miss Linda S. McCall Route 2 Jolmsonville, S. C. Mr. Larry N. McFadden 9 Crescent Lyman, S. C. Miss Nonna J. McLin 197 Townsend Street Clearwater, S. C. Mr. Patrick C. MeMasters 602 Richbourg Road Greenville, S. C. Miss Cynthia J. Marks 8009 Springpond Columbia, S. C. Mr. Nicholas R. Marler 1616 Juniper Street Charleston, S. C. Mr. John M. Mathis Route 4 Greer, S. C. Mr. Darryl K. Mauldin 207 Caldwell Street Clinton, S. C. Mr. John B. Mauldin 1907 Poinsett Highway Greenville, S. C. Mr. John C. Mitchell, Jr. 100 Gilstrap Drive Greenville, S. C. Miss Emily S. Mizell Route 2, Box 27 Ridgeville, S. C. Miss Montie G. Moon Route 2 Taylors, S. C. Mr. K. Leonard Moore, Jr. Route 2 Greer, S. C. Mr. Gary C. Mullinax Route 5, Box 425 Greer, S. C. Mr. Sidney A. Murphy 301 Michell Street Batesburg, S. C. Mr. Joseph S. Nesbitt Route 1 Dunean, S. C. Mr. C. Edward Nicholson, Jr. 35 Spartanburg Road Lyman, S. C. Mr. Richard S. Orr 36 Smythe- Street Greenville, S. C. Miss Diane J. O,Shields Skyuka Circle Landrum, S. C. Mr. John N. Owens, Jr. Route 6 Spartanburg, S. C. Miss Linda K. Owings 5 Gallon Street Laurens, S. C. Miss M. Evelyn Pace Route 2 Easley, S. C. Miss Andrea L. Phillips 104 Coreder Avenue Charleston Heights, S. C. Mr. Robert J. Phillips Route 1, Box 81-A Kingstree, S. C. Mr. Van A. Pigate Route 1 Olanta, S. C. Miss Patricia A. Polatty 1019 Statler Road Columbia, S. C. Mr. C. Anthony Poole Route 1 Travelers Rest, S. C. Miss Linda R. Powell Route 1 Inman, S. C. Miss Patricia A. Powell 155 Park Avenue Marion, N. C. Miss Mary Gwendolyn Prichard 201 Walhalla Road Westminster, S. C. Miss Jennifer S. Quesinberry 110 Whis ering Pines Circle P Columbia, S. C. Mr. Matthew M. Rabon, Il Route 2 Easley, S. C. Mr. Donnan T. Reid Route 3 Latta, S. C. Mr. Jerry R. Robertson Route 2 Taylors, S. C. Mr. James B. Robinson Route 3 St. Matthews, S. C. Mr. Stanley V. Roddy 25 Duke Street Dunean Greenville, S. C. Mr. Howard D. Rogers 38 Clarendon Avenue Greenville. S. C. Mr. NV. Rogers Rowan 1824 First Drive Charleston, S. C. Mr. Duane L. Sammons Route 2 Greer, S. C. Mr. Robert W. Seawright 331 Brooks Street Edgefield, S. C. Mr. Larry E. Seay Route 2 Campobello, S. C. Miss Nancy M. Seel 5155 Monterey Street North Charleston, S. C. Miss Martha Jo Sentell 323 Endless Drive Greer, S. C. Miss Betty E. Shelton Nurses' Home, Baptist Hospital Columbia, S. C. Mr. Albert M. Sherbert Route 5, 95 Ridge Street Greenville, S. C. Mr. Jerry K. Shirah 4012 Ridgewood Avenue Columbia, S. C. Miss Sylvia S. Shriner Route 6, Box 355 North Charleston, S. C. Miss Donna F. Simpson 612 Highland Avenue XVestminster, S. C. Mr. T. Gerald Sizemore Route 1, Box 325 Travelers Rest, S. C. Mr. Charles NV. Smart Route 1, Box 232 Travelers Rest, S. C. Miss Dianne Smith Route 1 Pauline, S. C. Mr. E. Charlton Spann, Jr. Box 456 Latta, S. C. Mr. Ronald E. Sparks 7 Blair Street Greenville, S. C. Miss Joyce Spencer 305 N. Poinsett Highway Travelers Rest, S. C. Miss Barbara A. Stanford Route 3 Greer, S. C. Miss Mary Chesnee Staubes 52 Bull Street Charleston, S. C. Mr. Samuel V. Stephens Route 2 Pickens, S. C. Mr. Donald J. Stevenson Route 2, Box 211 Martin, S. C. Mr. Phillip XV. Stone Route 1, Box 154 Manning, C. Miss anice Streetman Route 4 Corruneree, Ga. Mr. Sherwood C. Stroud. Jr 14 Racine Court Greenville, S. C. Mr. Charles E. Stutts Route 3, Box 115 John's Island, S. C. Mr. Jerry P. Stutts Route 3, Box 145 Johnis Island. S. C. Miss Louise E. Syfrett 120 Davis Avenue Greenwood, S. C. Miss Vicky A. Talbert 815 Lake Avenue North Augusta, S. C. Mr. Ronald D. Teague Route 5 Gaffney, S. C. Mr. Thomas L. Thalpe Palm Street Varnville, S. C. Mr. B Larry Thomas General Delivery Smoaks, S. C. Mr. Chappell Lide Thomas Jackson Street Lamar, S. C. Miss Patricia A. Thomas Apartado Aereo 34-77 Medellin, Antioquia Columbia, South America Miss Elizabeth Tolar 601 Washington Street Dillon, S. C. Miss Diane Truesdale 2114 Airline Drive Camden, S. C. Mr. Hubert E. Tuttle, Jr. 304 Trolley Road Summerville, S. C. Mr. Richard D. Vaughn S03 Charleston Highway West Columbia, S. C. Mr. Ray F. Verdin Route 1 Simpsonville, S. C. Miss Diey Ann Wade Route 1 Cordova, S. C. Mr. Lewis H. NValder Route 4 Gaffney, S. C. Mr. E. NVayne Ward 303 Poplar Street Travelers Rest, S. C, Mr. Jzunes D. XVelehel Route 3 Greer, S. C. Mr. Harry L. XVhitehead 7 Casou Street Taylors, S. C. Mr. Randolph E. Xyllllllllft' Route 2 Easley, S. C. Mr. James F. Wickliffe, Ir. Route 6, Woodruff Road Greenville, S. C. Miss Geraldine I. Williams Route 1 Travelers Rest, S. C. Miss Ouida M. Williams 305 South Darlington Avenue Fairfax, S. C. Miss Virginia D. Williams 503 Temple Street Conway, S. C. Mr. James E. Wilson 309 Hagood Street Easley, S. C. Miss Linda Ann Wilson 306 Meadors Avenue Greenville, S. C. Mr. Frederick P. Wimberly Route 1, Box 14 Reevesville, S. C. Miss Martha F. Winchester 118 Jones Avenue Pickens, S. C. Miss Joyce D. Wood 1005 Mohawk Drive West Columbia, S. C. Miss Catherine L. Woodward 2 Augusta Terrace Greenville, S. C. Mr. Odell Donald Wright General Delivery Minneapolis, N. C. Miss Patricia Darlene Wright Route 10, Box 672 Jacksonville, Fla. Miss Barbara R. Wynn Route 7 Greenville, S. C. Mr. C. David Wynn Route 3 Taylors, S. C. Mr. David R. Yelton 417 Grand Avenue Williston, S. C. ,gut ' F W v 4' ff. gf ' JW 'f' - 'TWT '.fw"' wwf'-vfaa xw' -w ww W ,wwe W. V w.e'.w,yW9w M1rm.rwrw-aaammi-:Hs v., fr- . xfw,fmw . i w , i -.-5 - a v .. w1:fw t f , ,r, rw . , w-wins, wi-Wiw-,Wi-Wi JWVW, h, vw. f.W,.,,1f.f,f,f. H - H ,,..,., ,,. ' " V ' " 'W' 1 2 'Wt i l -' . 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