Oakwood University - Acorn Yearbook (Huntsville, AL)

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Af -. yy.. , -1 " r , an '7-A ' . n?N' .Wx 3 f , "N:-11 ' ," 1' 1 I, ,., , ' I, - H . . X' 9' - r ig' 3 W N ' 11' itflf- Q 4 ,g-sgxmxj' gi ,5 ju I .H I, I GIIIIIII I f.-4?- I., -,I I I..II4I I. Af- Nagy.. "5-f., f . 'gi'-pf'.sN,L1rQ 4 '- 3 ,Iwi nf, rgxf, I,r4vvrfaIIIIE -II'E,:,Q.I:-I:IIj :g.:I' , . ,- .Q ,4-I g x . S - - : . .T , ' ,I ' ' f R P H 4,7 . gy 'B TS' 'FII' "Ar'4:7x.a": .Kaz v . V .,,2:g-.4523 ' ' s f A ' ' 5- Q, , ' T71 1 t' 'M - . I Q' III-III ..- I. wsv .f 1- ' kg - JA' " xgLfil'5I2gEx+' ',' 0 '- , 9: I 5 ll-,U I. IIII :Inq I KTII v ,, -'- f ' 1' J - Y , III II.II'I ,I I I I I, II -. II I . 9 II Eff!! 1 -. . "Kp 'TT 3's.'i' '.' J liwf- J if - 1, . rv -. ' ' f 4., ' 2:- ,4?,,III I I II II III , - .y ., I w V. Q 53.24 wif ' I ' . .f 5: "' ' QS x I, II I KH . . - +1 t Jr 7 'F 1 ,,,. I. ,, . .III X. IY vw. 'BIIQI - . A fa , T ' fha . Ze Ufcafzbzz 1 Dr. Otis Bemard Edwards began his teaching career in a private school in Montgomery, Alabama, in the year 1924. He taught there for several years before he was invited? join the staff at Oakwood College. Conceming his reaction to the invitation he stated, "Although unmistakable joy had come to me in the years that I had taught, when President J.A. Tucker extended an invitation from the Board of Trustees for me to continue in my chosen profession as a faculty member on the Oakwood campus, I accepted. I regarded teaching as an art that propagated clear thinking and contributed to the development of wholesome charac- ter. Hence, motivated by a deep devotion to the proper development of youth and knowing that Oakwood College was a Christian center where thousands would assemble, I came." Since his arrival on our campus he has served as Dean of Men, Chairman of the Music Department, Head of the Division of Social Sciences and assistant to the president of the college. This great educator has been very instrumental in helping youth at Oakwood College in the development of their mental and spiritual powers. He has been a great incentive to those who are preparing for leadership in the world. A . Dr. Edwards, because we appreciate the services that you are rendering to us, we dedicate the 1968 edition of the ACORN to you. 4 ja gf Gonfenfs x7OI'G?6DOI'OC ..... fzciraz 122 zlsfrafzbn .... X7dC'llAfy .......... gYI'Q..Y5lI2GI2 6.635 . . csopfomore GQSL Junzbr GQSJ .... csenzbr GQJS. . . ggefyzbn . ....... - .... . C6165 if Oryanzka fIOI2S.... C510 eczhf 6 uen fs ........ CSQFUICQS ....... Gofzye .em ..... C50 OI'!S .... ........ aoflfor is jyzaessaye ..... 3 ...l2 ...IJ ...2l 47 59 66 76 ....90 ' 96' ....l09 .....ll7 ....l3.5 ....160 ....l76 Oakwood College Huntsville, Alabama 35806 'K EW' L, x ? .14 -.J fi? .54 CD11 OMS xZ9er12arJCfj0foar0G 5 'Q Jfesz' en! 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Jfes1iz2f's mzssaye Dear Oakwoodite: Although Oakwood College has climbed a hill seventy-two years high to reach this point in its progress, this institution has no intention of declaring its race ended by coming to a state of rest. lf the current develop- ments in our nation and world are harbingers of increased social problems as we observe the shallow condi- tions of aimlessness, restlessness, frivolity, immorality and rebellion, then Oakwood must sturdy itself to move forward to meet the struggles against complacence and conformity. Oakwood's vigor is nourished by its individuality, and that individuality comes from its spiritual frame of reference. Ours was a good beginning, because our forebearers began with God. No revolutionary concept then, yet quite remote from the prevailing academic ideology of today. This look ahead, this devotion to an ideal, this vision of its worldwide mission was neither sudden nor fleeting. Nor must it be so now. The contesting spheres of academia must never dim our sense of priorities. But the endless task of planning for the future is ever before us. We, therefore, challenge trustees, adminis- trators, faculty, alumni and students to join with us and embark upon the harrowingjourney of probing into the misty unknown, to seek as best we can new directions for progress at Oakwood College. ' Frank w. Hale, Jr., Php. President Green Memorial Hall Reading is a catalyst to uprogressf' JdI22!UZIS Moran Hall Academic quest invites "progress," Married Students' Homes its homes. 8 The "progress" of a nation depends upon the stability of yjuffofhys W Peters Hall "Progress" can be seen in the Fine Arts. Behavioral Science Center The study of man's behavior is an aid to "progress Ford Science Hall Man is dependent upon scientific research for "progress," 9 Carter Hall Peterson Hall The "progress" of a nation depends upon men Women have contributed to the uprogressl' of our country. 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"' .,z,.- W " :Kato -1, ' . - LIZ ,Q . .-:.-- - -r., A ll' 95,1 -- -,..fi., " -' - 1: . - . H . .sa-.A ,. . v . -.Sy ff 1 L- .. . , , - sf- - ' K - . X .-" -- fr. - A ' ' -1 '- 7151 .. my ' 'VT , f P1 1 ,.- A W.. 'Vx 4+ x ft I Ki' l. .. ffl' il " 57' -'J is .IHS '3n!1 gp- 1 '. 5 ,,.., .. Th.- 4 -- ,Q , - 1 - L .A H.-. h-f. 014960014 After seventy-two years of successful operation, we can testify of the rapid growth and expansion of Oakwood College. Founded in 1896 as the Oakwood Industrial School, it later developed as a Senior Liberal Arts College ac- credited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and approved by the Seventh-day Adventist Board of Regents. It is also a member of the United Negro College Fund. The staff of the 1968 Acom has chosen as its theme "Progress," It is our desire that as you survey the contents of this book you will catch glimpses of the progressive development in all areas of the college program. The Staff 12 Troyress gn S759 yzgafzlny Henderson has seen its last days. Niles speaks at ceremony. - V ,jaw f' if President Hale breaks ground for new building. 13 J oar gf fzzsfees F.L. Bland, Chairman ....... H.H. Schmidt, Vice-Chairman. . . Frank W. Hale, Jr., Secretary . . . W.S. Baniield . . . G.N. Banks .... V.W. Becker . . . R.R. Bietz . . . O.A. Blake ..... C.E. Bradford . . . W.P. Bradley. . . E.U. Carter .... C.E. Dudley . . . G.R. Earle ..... K.H. Emmerson . John Richard Ford. . . W.W. Fordham . . T.S. Geraty ..... B.E. Leach .... W.S. Lee ..... Esther Lowe .... R.H. Nightingale . F.R. Millard .... C.E. Moseley, Jr. . R.H. Pierson .... A.S. Rashford . . . V.L. Roberts . . Cree Sandefur . . . W.M. Schneider . . H.D. Singleton . . J.D. Smith .... W.M. Starks .... W.A. Thompson . J.H. Whitehead . . N.C. Wilson, Jr. . . . . . .Washington, D.C. . . . .Decatur, Georgia . . . Oakwood College . . . . Atlanta, Georgia . . .Glendale, California . . . Decatur, Georgia . . .Glendale, California . . . .Washington, D.C. . . Chicago, Illinois . . . Washington, D.C. . . . . Cleveland, Ohio . . Nashville, Tennessee . . . New York, New York . . . . Washington, D.C. . . . . San Diego, California . . . . Washington,D.C. . . . Washington, D.C. . . . . . Richardson, Texas . . . .Kansas City, Missouri . . . . . . . . . Detroit, Michigan . . . . . . . . . Lincoln, Nebraska South Lancaster, Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . Washington, D.C. . . . . . . Washington,D.C. . . . New York, New York . . . . . . . Dallas, Texas . . . . . . . Washington, D.C. . . . .Co1legedale, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . Washington,D.C. . . . . Berrien Springs, Michigan . . . . . . . Washington, D.C. . . . . Pine Forge, Pennsylvania . . . . . . . .Decatur, Georgia . . . . . . Washington,D.C. yy I ,. ' ,z-Y . ".,i-. f-5 ,M ' 'frlygff '5-FQ? 'V al P . V112 'Y' """L F ' - N I - "9"'?w wx , ,. eg mzbzkfrafzbn -C-.M L' 4 Yvr ez Q .f ,4 ann- .4-Q-h1H,,f,,,?, ,ar V .1 .xl -f..:,.'- G ad 61' p, ,V . .. ' hi A. Zia. Cul " ,AIR ,.1. 1, .a S uw- N '54 v " " .Au Fw. ,v"' Ol" .4137 'W N F. bmi -,1,,4v.., , A L .- --1 jk gm 51 '-af!" The three deans put their heads together and come up with great and noble ideas for college administration. 15 .hurl .4 'Y sph A '-. 'Vis .s, '- n 1, .. ,vu :- lr- . -as-L-' 1 an ww pine... afar'-1-rv ,. , r var ew., we ,,,,,.,. .w :Jw vu 2 , fiw wwf- I I 4 ,fe-fg, J., wonwv WL 11, ,Q .4 as., , ,Hu ... r ,nf 'o1- ' .- ,K 9-r.f"' 2-n .1 if .'C'3.S-5 Q ve'-"' . lif' . X 5 -iff N . .I-. my is YA .'xFg,1 f i f .4 if 1, g, - - 41 5 ,r 'Ml' . ' ,,., ,,:,w1!"9 V . .. A' K. .9g'..x5J-'T - in i 1 L Y 5 ,, .. ,nv-uv-... ..,,,, --...,i- '55 Jiri "-iLi....,, -S- ,X Q X, J, . " ' ' iw,-5 , i., , '. . S iaL,Fl,B'1ii5,lf oe' , I I ,J Jannith L. Lewis, M.A. in L.S. Librarian I 1 1 L , 1 ,-,. Lewis J. Larson, B.S., M.A., Ed.S., Ed.D. Academic Dean W Gaines R. Partridge, B.A., M.Ed., Ed.D. Dean of Students 16 Witnel McMillan, B.A. Accountant ig. E x ia Adell Warren, B.S. Business Manager ff 1 lx N1 Henry Saulter Assistant Business Manager 17 ln fi E 1 of? m 9 'gf lr - ...ig- 2 xx 5 A ,'f'f M32 11 W- gr 3'5E5'31- 'l Claude Thomas, B.A. Dean of Men zz! -Wa-ff No ,AQ -,V ,. H r:'w.:N. 1- 131 ff. 'T-' -I Y ik A 4 x L L r.-4a:fw:l.:' Y' f "4 E I -r f -nf 1 nn. Hll w -:mv ---gf.-g' -2-X HSE? ,I ., so . ,Q ZN- Nl H42 'N' aww'-Lwmseww ---f L Carrie Davis, B.A. 18 Dean of Women Norwida A. Marshall, M.Ed. Dean of Women A -QI , lat of f :fri ,il ri :rf 1 1 f . , . vr..,g Elder Tottress is our college pastor. I know Mrs. Warren wishes all of her patients were this calm Mrs. Stafford and Mrs. Troy take a stroll together on the campus. :35 , Q -,lj 4, .- ll 11-.id ---.... , in nw Lu? . M Mm I S ': 5 5' , -fi Pe if iz , All 3 e '1 'seal Q53 ' W.-4' ,J E w 5 1 if 5 1 jul K 'Qs ,T 1 li W i " ' ' I H, ' , , ' 5 L Ef Mrs. Judy Dean is secretary to our college business manager. - - s ' "" ,.. - ' 2 is f Il ff - I4 ,, s,f-"ff:.,::- Ziff? 21 Q31 ' ' 1 " Wifi, - "' ' IIW' ' ll - or me ' , l R f f e-- ff s 1 f l a P 'ww' ifwe ri E -S ., ' 44 A 'fx V I, Miss Eunice Vanderberg is secretary to our college president. Y 'S L as L 2 3 n A rm K? v 5' J , 41-agzigfyi-63:11 ' l f Mrs. Florence Robertson is secretary to our college academic dean. 20 l . acufy F: wi w . E53 ,,. .. frm gfsfsf r i.,gmf3 idi. Q.: ' fggms V if if FL. V Q :silo K A-.ggx ' --j ?f-Sf-f swf I I1 sl I .infill Qi Q 'i I 1' .--- .-..,-J"-' These two teacher-scientists are representative of the illustrious, still pursuing, still achieving faculty of Oakwood College. 21 'Q r , . 1,4 in I' ,rw nl 1 i73QAaU1ofaf 501 Q12 Ce The object of this program is to allow the student to become acquainted with the principles, facts, approaches, and methods of the discipline, to provide him with an understanding of psychology and sociology as sciences of behavior, and to improve his insight into his own behavior and that of others. It also seeks to introduce the student to the concepts and methods used in psychological and sociological research. 'J A - " ,,,............ Earl M. Gooding, Ph.D. Professor of Behavioral Science 22 I uszk? Qeparfmenf "Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul, on which they mightily fashion." A Plato The courses in the department of music are designed not only to develop an intelligent and appreciative attitude toward music but also to guide students who need training to become teachers, performers, and musical leaders in Christian service. Jon Robertson, M.S. Assistant Professor of Music 1 F735 A. 3, , . 'I f -A H Alyne Dumas Lee Harold L. Anthony, M.A. Inez Booth, M.A. Artist in Residence Assistant Professor of Music Associate Professor of Piano and Organ 23 miveliizlf I Eva B. Dykes, Ph.D.-Professor of English Language and Literature ng, ri ua- gg? 3' . ' Dr. Dykes is ready for her English Liter- ? N i 1 ature class. j Y Vi, use ,felbef ll , , , . Y ' 5 , ,qi-5:k,1 k 1 -is ri uf Dyk . I M .vi . i ii L.. K, .Q , If ,u if' r 1 ,. .h A . at - Y AER!!! . - I 4 r nl 'L Q , al' if lil Z 3 I I ' . if n l ,ll - Qs 5 1 ge as if ,ii 'll if iw , Fl' Lloyd Mulraine, M.A.HInstructor in English Frankie Clay, M.S.-Instructor in English Professor Mulraine prepares for his World Literature class. Mrs. Clay gives instruction to her secretary. 24 The purpose of the English Department is to train the student to express himself correctly and effectively. Remedial classes, or workshops, are conducted for the purpose of aiding all of the students who need assistance in any phase of English. Since English is the tool of the student for expressing himself on all occasions, the faculty has adopted the plan of "Co-opera- tionf' Each teacher is alert to the oral and written expression of the student in every class and outside the classroom as well. Qbeloarfmenf film-B. " Florence M. Winslow, M.A.-Assistant Professor of English Mrs. Winslow shows great enthusiasm. wqg, g . .1 K xv X A'-rf in 'Q. Jannith L. Lewis, M.A. in L.S.-Instructor in English Norma J. Roddy, B.A.-Instructor in Reading Miss Lewis prepares for her English class. Mrs. Roddy helps one of her students. ,B , 5 ' 1? 1 'sz QW, mmf A M : ff ,t Freddie Bargas, B.A. r ' i Instructor in Modern Languages Q52 . i Ellianna Abbott, B.E. Visiting Instructor in Modern Languages orezyn anyuayes Anne Q. Drake, M.A. Visiting Assistant Professor in Modern Languages Jlglsfofy f efoarfmenf The instruction offered by this department brings before the student the best in human achievement during various periods, develops his vision, and prepares him to meet present-day problems with a degree of intelligence. In political science the student traces the GCVCIOPITIGIU and functions of national and local governments and their relationship to progressive civil- ization. Otis B. Edwards, Ph.D. Professor of History Dr. Edwards pauses in his Church History class. ,,..d" I .319-'df f - . 'y-, iff: .5 . - i4"x 15' r 'K -f xl ,XSE3 .ff H - , .f 5 , ' af I M , p,y t,,pr y , g M n r Murray J. Harvey, M. Litt. Associate Professor of History Prof. Harvey instructs his Western Civilization class. . ! -pq Srl' V 5 QQICQHQJQ wi-,vw-we Luceno L. Quirante, Ed.D. Associate Professor ,- fmltt I' l I sf, FSE J 5 'awk Q S 4 4 qv 4 'ti ff 935 QS- C 'T 'JL 1-E W 194 'fF-4 P1 It W Fifi? 'I 179 3 5 rf as , 5 , ' at ' ""'r'----F... : tw 1 Sggm it Y ir an Oakwood College attempts to offer a well-balanced and comprehensive program leading to the bachelor de- gree for students who desire to become qualified and com- petent members of the teaching profession. This program is especially designed for training teachers who will teach in schools provided by the church, but it also prepares persons to teach in other systems. The program of teacher training meets the standards for certification with the Department of Education of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the Alabama State Board of Education. Leo M. Moreno, Ph.D. Head of Department ..-Q, 54- l . is s l IM' YT' A 'f"'J.'. Z -, 1 visas . j I it ,rf , Sei sf . ' V 1 Q , ' 1 in ,, ' , m lurlgrf' H gg, , wfyf- agp mr: ,www ' fT" ." 19Hf':' ' 1 ' ' ":':r:' ,.'1 'Li da-f ' 1 "Exif tg-,.'.13-65,1 A-rxgs.-. VZLL- IJ Jg i.l, JA . '11 f ' ' 'Z' -5" +1-V f .. - ' "1 ' 57: ll! rbfig..-7f'.7 "fi ' 'Q Qlffn fi - ww ug ig' - g -V-5ga3,:...v..',.-- A 1 " +.Q21e5f-f..--54,2 f- iw-3' ' 2'.?.'l!'.222"tU'T-' - - r img 4, 1 f a- i. f' 5'-' 1711315 ELT TL'-fl? F"" s,:1.ifr1':f. -'1-1-Q-J' 1'-'fag 1 , .nf - " - 'L 1 vI.J,l:.TWE?.1 ,L is -,M ' gt 3 ,,,'- . 5,lEM:h..,.al4..,-.llr3.:E,'qr '25-1,.:.-' - '- r Mei: -"' 2 - 'Lee-. ' ra me QQ ,,,,.,. U E kms. wet -1 fit . FV V ll 1 - ',,-E .Magi r rr ,J 1, ,a... ...- HH hMEffMOMMAnnn ,, Q-:tg Q 3 lift:Mari':er?::,ee,.2.igt.a.srA34rfr.i.4reQf.4J Qeparfmenf 5' 1 3 Gaines R. Partridge, Ed. D. Professor of Education .,1 EVU1-yu Ilur5au, Assistant Professor in Elementary Education Violin G. Plummer, M.A. Assistant Professor of Education 29 Sandra Price, B.S. Instructor in Secretarial Science uw. mf , Q-"" 30 Z. H. Coberly, Ed.D. Professor of Business Administration 11? argl! Q 'WT 5- 452 -ei I . K" . Q W Q' F 1 czences The aim of this department is to provide a technical, liberal, and ethical education which will equip young men and women with skills and knowledge necessary for business and economic competence. The department seeks to encourage qualified stu- dents to prepare for the teaching of business subjects on the sec- ondary level. A certificate is presented at the completion of the two-year business curriculum. Marvin Anderson, B.A Instructor in Business 'fn . H ' . 'A '-" 535335 -vt' A ' il lu: aia t t r w lit " i A e t k if were hilt? will ik'-FT ' ', .I-'Z " if: E. LSL' -4,-F :. ii Horace Walker is to discover a new ele- ment in lab. CMQm11yffy This curriculum is designed to give our students the rigorous training that will qualify them to fill positions in high schools as chemistry instructors, and in the chemical industry as chemistsg to satisfy the course requirements for medicine, dentistry, nurs- ing and home economics. Emerson A. Cooper, Ph.D. Head of Department 32 f eloarfm en! iiE'..."E2 ij U?asnw.1i 5" 'gy,4uy3" -an 5, E -3 252-t B-,M,! if ., 2 Joseph Weithers is serious sometimes. 33 David Richardson, M.S. Instructor in Chemistry J I0 oyy f eparfmenf The curriculum is designed to give the student the nec- essary training that will prepare him to competently fill positions in high schools as biology instructor, and in the clinical and biological laboratories as a biologistg to satisfy the course requirements for medicine, dentistry, nursing, and home economics. 2 - -r 4 4 6 i . nf. ., N, rl Q 'Q ,nz-..: M ,U , 0. 1 - I l 2 N 'Nugget' . , I l l I l I ,Am--P 'E ' I 1. . f-L: MW' my 5 has as -3325 ,Q 1 E 551 uf VA gr 'SV' swim A N NX .xy X -Q ,,-33 .QW iw: 1-an-1. evr-3 1F3mE"w5a! M . - jg , 1 Ei- Dr. Lawrence Hundley-Associate Professor of Biology I was 'Wi Horace Walker and James Foster-two outstanding students in the Science Dept. Prof. Smith is overlooking the pro- gress of two of his students. X, ,.,. i, fs 55411551 rf 241 ,x IWW pdl IBF, W J. A. Blake, M.S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics R. M. Fiterie, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics Mathematics may be classified according to two general categories, pure math and applied math. This department proposes to present these two points of view as a combined and unified whole. The department further proposes to develop an apprecia- tion by the student of the fact that the One who created and upholds the universe also made the integers and gave man the mental power and the will to develop the rest of what is called mathematics. jj ysjcs mmm. Dr. Howard Foster-Professor of Physics 5712 0f.77Zpaf5e122 czfzbs Kathleen Hall, M.S., Assistant Professor in Mathematics '- L it is -V .., ,E Y 1 ,. 1 :.: agar. 1 1-' ' 1 L ' 1 1 H 111W 1W11.n 1 el H1 A 1 l '? 11 11251 l gif where 111, 1 11 11 11 5,222 ' N fig, Q fm. 12 J. 111 1,1 1. 1145 B,A1s,fie iaeiisgifr 1 A-111 Jw, . l '54 ' X 'l5'5.liW? mx' , Q These young ladies are learning the correct table 01229 Jcononmts f eparfm enf This department is designed to better prepare young women to become good homemakers, as well as to enable them to teach in this Held. Sewing will really be an aid in the future, so these young ladies are learning now. E lf I " :nfl if 2 6' ilu l : '1' sk- ' - 6 , mfg: 1- 4: , J ng , nu - V . ' ,, I li .18 31,131 in Q manners. x ' 'I h H E 4' 1 1 m . H ,, .H,,f Q 'xirszf 5 R so H - 1 I fe . - 1- fl fm l if Y ., 'N N, Q 4 115' f- was -Q . at , And now they prepare to eat from a beauti- fully set table. 38 his aww, . -. 1-ff an Sri"-i'F"Q ff 5' fe 1' . siggief , L- -5. H 1 . Us Everybody seems to be enjoying the meal, well, almost everyone. I .w.n... ,n This is a perfectly set table. Yes, we know you're happy that you're learning how to sew. 39 all r . -. ,. 1 A. J ,5f,N.:,g , 1- jim f ' ," ix Q Q ff.lg,r.11 r 1 ' if f.,, mi lv' it . A + .QA ' 'a' ' -A use-1 ' 'll A ' 32 li . fmril""F? 'TIM ,ii 1 gulf E1 ' X ' e Q , ,H+ v will iv ijnlx phi XA 1 f ,, la ,f ,, I I l ,L g.'.i :W s , 1-emvixfwlif .,g. , . i-, , PV, -r,i:f4.', ,AI NAI, :l The courses in this department are designed to develop within the student a deep appreciation of the importance of the Bible in determining the true philosophy of life, to encourage the ap- plication of the teachings of Jesus to the problems of our day, and to provide training for candidates for the ministry and for Bible teaching. Dr. Warren is preparing a speech test. Mervyn A. Warren, Ph.D. Q- ' if 1 . it .Ma uf lr' WQOAW !UE?QC' Elder C. T. Richards, B.D. Head of the Religion Department rbi in .N -- ww iiimlii., :Cam ,. kiv'1fe2 we ? fi: Ji' 15235 .1 ,K- ,rw .1 ti, .gginxs F352 gr, . sas- f Q' .L KI ,, - ,g 'Q g , bs, ,I V -V, Y. .-4.1-f,4f if ,a, John J. Beale, M.A. Assistant Professor of Religion Dr. Rogers expounds on Greek. Ernest E. Rogers, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biblical Languages 35 it asm, :rigging , 1 Briggs W 41 Elder Beale looks over his notes before going to Gift of Prophecy class. fi, fin? ,- . .. , , , H H ,,, , E ji . :gi A it F:-352 ggg-:?g:, : 522 41 .li "l " "Q iw H, 1- A 2 - 4 ii. EBQQA -. fe f V -- y -- .i.. lr W 5 ' ' X A21 B. . . f ' k , K 1- MQ ,ti f . I. ggi in 2 is ,Aj as " .fl 325,2- cy it . gage r- . V, A , gSfi:r.rQg:?Ii Q , . U iii' 2 " ' - WJ, 'A5.5s.'?f-1 1, We S A M . A' A-Eff? afyii 'gf , ' K' sts. ' gil exif" 44" Agff lf S " ' I Z ' M ' 1 ' r Q 'W-'2?Zttmy,'.gi 1 " fLf'f.f'-if-,afz 5 f 1 'Effie N 2' if M mg ,.,. r Q QE? Owl' if ? r if .. ,.l T i V, VM, jp ysfb James A. Roddy, B.A. Instructor in Physical Education Building better C???J Women QUQJC afzbn l W ww 11 eff Wy! ei r wr figs jigeofcaf Gaofzf Of'!U.5' R. E. Tottress, college chaplain, gives instruction in First Aid adapt- ed to the needs of military service, physiology, hygiene and basic infantry drill. 43 rf . ef'012auf1c.9 This program is designed to prepare students to receive the private pilot license and the commercial pilot license. A student may successfully complete the requirements for his license dur- ing one quarter or he may choose to complete the work over a period of two quarters or even three. Bob Wise, Instructor in Aeronautics Mr. Wise giving instructions to one of his stu- dents in aeronautics. .-2, Hr Y ' 3, 355. .W- rb' , M1 f aa 1 FW , ,ef-Fil? ' I' nf ,. W - -V , Mg 1 A , L ' K 'w' ' 'Q 1. ' ' -1 -. M ' x ' .:,.,:' i K Ji 2. ?. I if-g Q T w ki' 5 P 1 5 m , X i ,1 .. W .MJ ,X M W 'E 2 Z W r',.4'-w4f, iSSTriA"'. fy mt wg W K S Q., 3 ,,,,,.. N tiiiiil J A Oafwoodfs loroyress can ge seen 122 ffe geaamffomes zfaf ffe lorcyfzssors foe fb. Front view of the home of Mr Anthony Professo of Music ffff .iii-in 46 Home of Elder R E Tottress Coll ge Chaplam 7 ' A ,V ,Vinyl , .mf , - 1 L div J' . 1 .",.-- , , D ,,Jf,,,. A , v . . -, ,A ,I ,: V -.,, tl- ,. '... V ...A ' -lf"f':3'f2'f ' -if-V'-'f'f.-' . '- 'I f-1 55.32 F. H ,, I v---Lqqufg. --vu-,Q-5, 5. ' '.2--V-.1 '.'1-lg,-Q fy ,., , Q,-, ,.....-ff,-5 5211? fyi ' 1437:?"' 'ei .,, g I4 856222612 C1155 Sarah Albury Ronald Anderson Margaret Armour Chip Ates Loretta Baker Rose Baker Elizabeth Banks Stella Barber Boyce Berkel Gloria Black . K: ' ' ' 1 L 1 ' j ' N ma. 1' 1 ,, ,Hiya I11'f111"'.11111 f " " 'Q 'fx ' , I 711 - 27 '21 ' 1 f M FEE? 1 . H5552 1 Raymond Blackbum Betty Bowman Vivian Bradley John Brown Fred Buddy .1 A11 - 1 1 , ' 11 Liss-1 9745? 1 June Butler Xavier Butler Nathaniel Butts Francine Camacho Rose Campbell 48 Jean Carpenter Kermit Carter Ruth Carter Nancy Chevis Judy Chiles Leroy Clements Manfrit Clemons Linda Clinton Jerome Coleman Wendell Collins Suzanne Cook Frances Criswell Iris Darby Elaine Davis Freeman Davis . r ' l,' l F' ' X Jeanette Davis Lynn Davis Melvin Davis Hershyl Edwards Colin Evans 49 fi Us Xie Dionetta Evans Janice Ford frseilgflkr Hazel Golson Brenda Goodman w A w J Harold Green , .... , ., L X S , e sm.. Velma Faulks Alfred Fenison Eugene Foley Delores Ford Henry Fort Christine Foxworth Peggy Garvin Meredith Givens Linda Goodrich Doris Goree Carl Grear ,V iS?1Z'l3'f':! in E? r 1 uhm r guise 55' M .wel A V, Rosetta Green Valinda Greene Paulette Hairston Lela Hanks 50 Dyann Harkness Currine Harris Gordon Harris gn 3? i John Harris j , . rs, ' ' fi' " L V ' 3 5EE::E:E::.. J' ' ' I :::::2 y . -' I' L Y I gfegaeil aezfaa .- mme me-Y- ,rms 55 13?-Wfffg will James Hawkins s""'s.- Lionel Heriveaux Franklin Hill Laura Hill Oscar Hodge Yvonne Hodge Jacqulyn Holland Linda Horton Willetta House Ernestine Huff Elaine Humphreys Craig Jackson George Jackson Shirley Jackson Beverly Jenkins Phillip Jett 51 ,gf '-frm' ,31- Christina John Betty Johnson if: T7-'TTI Frances Jones Johnny Jones 5 u ll M l w l Pearl Johnson Larry Jones Rhona Johnson Robert Jones K A Alberta Joseph Rita Langston Minnie Lankford Silas Lee H M wg l -.rl ' l m A lu 1, l ,l ,EEZ Z ' Engl Tig Edith Lester Dorothy Lewis Mary Lewis Nigel Lewis 52 mln l o ,Ln 'ill Ronnie Johnson Z ' fffff' +1 Vanzetta Jones Allen Lester Rise Lowery Oscar Lynch Ed Lyons Alhaji Mallum Linda Marshall Nathaniel Mattox EE' Cynthia Maycock Moses Mayne Harry Mays Vanard Mendinghall ei' 'WT . -' Dianne Merideth Michael Merriweather Zearolean Merriweather Debra Mickle Roger Mills Spaulding Mills uri? 5 Stanley Mims Barbara Moore Douglas Moore Gladys Moore Cassandra Morris 53 "Zi ' Y V . Y ,,,,m,,w -- W KW- auf, W . , ..... ..... . :HIM Carl Parker Sundararat Moses Valerie Mosley Thelma Myrie Leila McCall Renee McGhee Willa McGrew Anthony McKinney Pandora McKinney W. H. McKinney Marjorie McLoud i Samuel Nesbitt Brenda Newson Marguerite Nixon Burton Norris 54 Q Albertha McNeil Evelyn McRae Sanjenetta McReynolds Alma Narick Shirley Owens l L 3 ,LQ Sharon Parker Brenda Patterson David Payne Faith Pearsall 5 gee if A' W Fritz Pierre-Louis Cynthia Pitts Crosby Powell Annette Rankins ru, ii J Q ya 10.15 gf Renee Reid Booker Rice Florence Rice Arnette Richardson y i,ir my iyyyi R, Arlidia Roberts Eunice Rock Marguerite Rogers Luther Ross 55 Edward Perry W z I T vu, X A Visa" Q-'?i4uEiim"' Ig A ru NH . In EJ ,tw H Pearl Reid rr " H rr s 1 .ily :,: W, ,N HJ' mivmJ.oH'.oMN" 4 r 7' X f xr Y, -lg rWr W., , r ' Qi m is i X X Frederick Risker Melvin Scott N. i Deborah Simmons Greta Simons Alfonso Smith Delores Smith Goldie Smith ' . ,arg-1- . . LY . 1 1-fw-2 Wi L . I ,fa W ,. f , .1 if 5 'I XA' L : ,S S ff, qs,- Y, L ' 'v M2542 . 'Ms 53. Irene Smith LaJuan Smith LaVem Smith Suzanne Smith Theresa Smith ui it uw T. fs w :uw Z Z ' if 'N umm , W au ' 7 :? HN , ' ei , E 7? w, I ,l QW! it Vincent Smith Claude Sweet John Tarver Russell Taylor Frederick Thomas ' H Qllfiliif Et fic' fbi' - i W X54 xx J V, ,W i ff' Philip Thomas Renata Thomas Jerry Thompson Mattie Todd Reva Torrence 56 E - if Tyrone Turner Rejeanna Tyler Rose Valcourt John Wagner Carolyn Ward Kenneth Wardell Joseph Warren Bernadine Wells Ruth Watson Frederica Weekes Ann West Earl Wilkerson Brenda Wilkins Cleveland Williams Amanda Williams Harriet Williams Joanne Williams Mary Williams Albert Willingham Pearl Wise 57 X W E .sf W-T! ju ,ww fi? 'Y' ""Ef"'i5',q54'?'T!'Ei 73. , Z I l Wanda Whitfield Keith Wood Joyce Wooding Herman Wright Sarah Wright ibga N ph .K 'Y These are some members of the Freshman Class. 58 O10 0122 0149 CAM W Eg! in H 5 5 5 ,Q Q, Q 55 2 3 PF E ul iw J: F3 q EX Q 'l Q l I f? If an ap' Rosenda Alexander Jean Alexander Leroy Anderson Janice Arnold Mary Arrington 'Nd' , 9 ' X gr xi Vashti Ashley Paul Baker James Barley Regina Barnes Cynthia Battles in Q v William Battles Richard Bell Barry Black Alva Bodden Karen Bowden ri Rosalind Braye Femanda Brown Glindover Brown Melva Brown George Bryant 60 Jacqueline Bryant Eddie Byrd Cynthia Clark Jewel Clemens Garland Cobb H w M-wspve' vi George Curry Alicia Davis Verona Davis Samuel Dennis William Dickerson , N V Y' Z in Win H iii., Juanita Dilworth Paula Dixson Ingrid Dooms Bonita Dudley - Byron Dulan N .! n 5 , i Oclivery F ewell Lenora Ford Carmen Fuentes Georgia Bryant 61 Janice Gaynor Claudia Golson Deborah Graham Buford Griffith Gloria Harris Margaret Harris Virginia Henderson Claudette Henriquez Stephanie Henriquez Darlene Herring - ' .zfc - . Z k Ellen Hicks Sharon Highwarden Audrey Holloman Roberta Hudson Rose Jackson E Janviere James Constance Johnson Juanita Johnson Theodore Johnson Joan Justiss 62 ,Iii -c ' , em wi. - Y 'W df em m- 3 - -L -. - f all 523 i 1 'E an ZZ, . . . E 52,1 I - I a , - ---,- W L :.:.:.EEE:': , 'fi sg I ' :a:5:a:a: W' , ,,, . Y H ..,:..,. 2 T. ' -- ,q ' , Q M . 4- l .. 7 I Q is A , E Anthony Kennedy -1 - fff.-gg. , 1 . W Magellan Lockett ' n 1 1 , 1, H ,u ' H H v 'ff U U 'wi .M 4 if , Wi V W , ,Y .V W , Z . .gg-,Q 1 Theodore Kilby Willie Knight Jacqueline Lankford Danny Lewis Donald Lowery Laurence Lucas Lalean Martin David McCottry , L -1 I he 65 Bertha McKinney - 1 Z w 53 Michael Merriweather Anthony Meyers Eugene Miller Dennis Mosby I , l Miller Mullins Peggy Norris as 3 Theophilus Nwankpa Amos Okrah Arnold Oyoyo 63 , Wg Deseree Page Lizzie Page Lee Paschal Ernest Rogers Samuel Rountree Lloyd Ruff Leslie Scott Dorothy Shackelton Oscar Sherrod Winifred Sherrod Geraldine Simpson Irene Starks Jacqueline Steens Lorraine Stephens Audrey Stewart l g ' l RX f Lee Dora Sweet Louise Tapscott Edna Thomas Janice Thorpe J0yCe Tl1Ck6I 64 Florence Vasciannie Duncan Vaz Kenneth Vaz Leola Wade Maureen Ward Stanley Ware Juanita Warren Hubert Washington Earl Watkins Althea Williams WEBB 9 'af ,VZ . X IF, : 'L - X 5' i -f .- . i 1 -. 1 , , -,J I .ll 17' 1 if V X ijt VE: - . i , l in w W We , zigsfiea i Mi 5, , r ,, , , Hi 5525: Lorine Williams Samuel Williams J acinta Wilson Raymond Winbush 65 President ..... . . . .Ceasar Monroe Vice-President . . . . . . Russell Tynes Secretary ...... . . Linda Crimes Asst. Secretary . . . . . Carol Johnson Parliamentarian . . . . . . Pierre Hunt Treasurer ...... Public Relations Public Relations . . Diane Lewis . . .... Susan Davis James Sampson Chaplain ...... .... L ydia Mays Sgt.-at-Arms . . . . . . Joyce Brown 67 Qt? fi M - 5 fgg,-'Q sag-, V M ill" Geraldine Alford David Beale Catherine Black Sociology Pre-Med. Education Benjamin Brown Business Adm. , r 1 mr, , S Q.: wing Y H H. r. 1 5 6 , 3 iii T. Michael Brown Richard Brown Quintealya Bryant Religion Psychology Pre-Nursing Chemistry 68 'Alix' 'l ll Judith Bowden Business Adm. Joyce Brown Accounting 5 31 QQ E-ai Linda Crimes Elementary Ed. Herman Davis Susan Davis Faye Earle Joyce Ellison Religion Secretarial Science Sociology English Ernestine F enison Mathematics Rhoda Gates Christine Gibson Ruth Gooding Education Sociology Biology 69 Marcia Freeman Elementary Ed. 5, 5 Equilla Green Home Economics ...V-71 with A PW' , ff! llllii Pearlie Greer Carvason Griffith Nana Harris Alfred Hampton English Chemistry Business Ed. iww'fl' Kenneth Herbert I Pierre Hunt Business Adm. J Pre-Med. is-:vs . ,rr E Q Robert Jackson Carol Johnson Edgriek Johnson Allan Johnston Business Adm. Physical Therapy Accounting Music 70 Q ig Wig Y 'HH mgi W si Earl Jones Ellen Jones Alvin LaCount Joyce Lewis Accounting Elementary Ed. Theology Elementary Ed Wilma Lightbourne Elementary Ed. 2 C. Bernell Mapp Biology if E" . 1 . 11.2111 - 1 1 ,fl 1 1 11- 11 11 f- V 1 1 f 11 es: 1 resin 11 11 W -is 11 11 11122: 1 1 11111115 111 1 wg, 1 11111 11 11 11 11 111 111 11 1 11 S 5,551 11- 1 pf 3 11 - 1 fl 41 Rx- 1- 3 X 'l"'1"..1 . W H gk -' I " 11 1 H H 'VW :S ' N , E : 111 11- , 1 I 1 fi V, 1 1 ' 1 .. Q V ' 1 VZ: 1ll X Callie Mays Lydia Mays John Mills Sharon Mitchell Sociology Religion Business Adm. English 71 Mm E 5, N . ill" i. -Av Sm :E . an 4,,. i ,nf -.A he ' , xii? WM., .. , ,,,, wp-ei -. , Q M Nancy Moore Oliver Moore II Gilda Moses Arthur Murray Business Adm. Theology Psychology Business Adm. History Barbara Patrick Behavioral Science l ? 9' Qi' uf- Rebecca Rhone Home Economics Y Genoice Robinson Robert Royster James Sampson Richard Simons Sociology Pre-Mortuary Science Psychology Education i ' ai H ,E . vs Q Sandra Skinner Edith Sloan Randolph Stafford Russell Tynes Elementary Ed. Mathematics Theology Business Adm. Sociology Gloria Walker Mary Washington Education Behavioral Science it , ,i M 'H E ,HJlsQli3 5 ' ,,,g"' - an E-2 at ,, 'm'Eiz5: may in i 2 'WY W 1 I Y I 5: .X wg: W Y . - ii , Q ii y S L ' ' V' 1 Y ' Richard Washington Laurence Weekes Phillip Wesley Paula West Theology Biology Theology Physical Therapy 73 3 gg, My my in in in "lla l Eifwwf , ,fi in ' 'wi is .A . 3 W1- ' Donald Whipple Barry Wilkins James Williams Business Adm. Psychology Sociology 84 Education ,, ig Cleveland Wilson Phillip Wright Elementary Ed. Theology 74 Each senior at Oakwood College can be likened to a space rocket. After leaving the hallowed walls of this in- stitution, the senior goes out into the unknown to begin a new life. And as this rocket is on its way to a specific destination, may you also, senior, have a goal in mind and may you prepare yourself to reach your destination. Much success to each of you. 76 ezizzbr Skis .,. Q -A-:L 'ft' -asp' -' 77 ALLEN, CHARLES ALLEN, M. JEAN BARNES, PATIENCE Major: Religion Major: Elementary Education Major: Business Administration Minor: Business Minor: English Minor: Religion President of Men's Club Cultural Vice-President of USMQ MV Senior Class Treasurerg Secretary of Phi Leader Beta Lambda BERNARD, MICHAEL Major: Theology Minor: Behavioral Science and History Ars Nova: Choir, Ministerial Seminar BOWIE, IRENE BOWIE, LORAINE BOWMAN, BARBARA Major: Secretarial Science Major: Sociology Major: Business Administration Minor: English Minor: Psychology Minor: Secondary Education Acorn Editorg Choir Sabbath School Teacher USM Senateg Choirg MV Leader 78 l BROWNE, BENJAMIN Major: Theology Minor: History Married Students Club President: USM Senate CARTER, SYLVIA Major: Elementary Education Minor: English Secretary of SNEA CAMPBELL, CALVIN Major: Biology Minor: Secondary Education President of Male Chorus BRYANT, VANVERNARD Major: Bus. Administration Minor: Secretarial Sci. Phi Beta Lambda in CAREY, PHILLIP Major: Psychology Minor: Sociology Junior Class Presidentg Who's Who 1966-67 CARTWRIGHTQ EDWARD CLEVELAND, CELIA Major: Chemistry Major: Elementary Education Minor: Biology Minor: Psychology Senior Class Presidentg Who's Who Choirg Music Club 79 COLLIE, NYOKA COOPER, GILBERT CRAIG, DONNA Major: Pre-Med Biology Major: Sociology Major: English Minor: Chemistry Minor: Secondary Education Minor: Music Choirg Science Club Behavioral Science Clubg SNEA Parlia- Litrary Clubg International Students mentarian Organization DANIELS, KATHERN Major: Elementary Education Minor: History, English Church Clerk, Sabbath School Pianist DANIELS, KENNETH DAVIS, WILLIE 0. DENT, PATRICIA U Major: Business Major: Biology MaJ0rf Elementary Efiucaflon Minor: Religion Minor: Secondary Education MiH0fi Biology, English Vice-President of Men's Dormitory Yearbook Editor-1966-67g Science Ch0iIQ SNEA Club, Yearbook Staff Club 80 DIXON, DONALD DIXON, HARRY Major: Psychology Major: Biology Minor: Physical Therapy Minor: Psychology Behavioral Scienceg Men's Dormitory Club FERGUSON, JOHN Major: Theology 8a Psychology Minor: History Sabbath School Teacher: M.V. Leader FLORENCE, HELEN Major: Business Education Minor: Secondary Education Treasurer of Business Club 5 FOSTER, JAMES GASKINS, HAROLD GILBERT, BEVERLY Major: Biology Major: Theology Major: Secretarial Science Minor: Chemistry Minor: Sociology Minor: English Evangeleers Chaplaing President of Yearbook Secretary Ministerial Seminar GILBERT, ROBERT Major: Business Administration Sc Accounting Minor: Secondary Education 84 Psychology USM Treasurer: Phi Beta Lambda President Y ' H 3522? E ? "QQ:--' Psa.. GREEN, WYNONA Major: Bus. Administration Minor: Secondary'Education Phi Beta Lambdag SNEA GRISSOM, EVELYN Major: Elementary Education Minor: Biology Treasurer of Nursing Clubg Assistant secretary of Sophomore class HARRIS, JOAN Major: Elementary Education Minor: Behavioral Science 8a English Choirg Behavioral Science Club ,W-was-1 - :ff 5 HERBERT, BYRON HERMAN, IGNATIUS HOWARD, RUTH Major: Accounting Majofg Sociology Major: Elementary Education Minor: History MiI'l0f3 Theology MUIPT5 English Business Manager of Acorn: Business Club President 82 Junior class president, Choir .1-ima 1- .,,Lsf.m 5- ,is H HUGHES, MARY ANN HUNT, GABRIEL Major: Elementary Education Major: Biology Minor: English Minor: Chemistry USM Senateg SNEA International Students Organization 5 Science Club i M , E ' Z - ., ,. 5' ' , V C JOHNSON, BARBARA JOHNSON, LILLIAN Major: Elementary Education Major: Secretarial Science Minor: English Minor: English SNEA Treasurerg SNEA Public Senior Class Secretary Relations Manager 83 JENKINS, CARITA Major: English , Minor: Psychology 8a Secondary Ed. SNEAQ English Club JOHN, CHEVRUVATHOOR Major: Business Administration Minor: Education International Students Organization JONES, EMMA Major: History Minor: Secondary Education Home Economics Club Treasurerg Spreading Oak Circulation Manager JONES, FURMAN Major: Mathematics 84 Religion Minor: History LISTER, ROBERT Major: Business Administration Minor: Theology Sportsg Yearbook Staff KATHARE, DANIEL Major: Biology Minor: Theology International Students Organization ,Ji EFL? 'ez :ri MALLUM, MALLAM Major: Behavioral Science Minor: Religion Vice-President of Literature Clubg Inter- national Students Organization 84 LACY, LUCILE Major: Music Minor: Secretarial Science 8a Secondary Education Choirg Assistant Secretary of Business Club LANKFORD, JOAN Major: Elementary Education Minor: English SNEAQ Yearbook Staff 1 9 ew ,aa . . fiii adj MARTIN, SHIRLEY Major: Business Education Minor: Secondary Education Phi Beta Lambda McKINNEY, OLIVER Major: Religion Minor: History Menis Club Presidentg Vice-President Seminar MONROE, DONALD Major: Sociology Minor: Psychology Behavioral Science Clubg Athens Bible Study Team McRAE, DIEDRE Major: Behavioral Science Minor: Elementary Education Behavioral Science Clubg Choir-Aeolians MONROE, GRACIE Major: Mathematics Minor: Biology 8a Education SNEAQ Athens Bible Study Team 85 MILES, NORMAN Major: Theology Minor: History SL Biblical Languages Vice-President of USMQ 2nd Vice-Presi- dent of Ministerial Seminar MILLER, EMERSON Major: Theology Minor: Mathematics Evangeleersg Ministerial Seminar MOORE, WILLIE Major: Accounting Minor: Business Administration Business Clubg Men's Dormitory MORRIS, BARBARA Major: Sociology Minor: Biology -- -'R' E it NILES, WILLIAM Major: Business Administration 8a Accounting Minor: Psychology U.S.M. Presidentg Phi Beta Lambda Public Relations Manager PRESTON, JOHN Major: Psychology SL Sociology Sabbath School Teacher, Behavioral Science Club leewi? RASHF ORD, EARDELL ROBINSON, FLORESTINE Major: History Major: Elementary Education Minor: Business Administration Minor: English Choirg Carter Hall Girls' Club President SNEA9 USM Senate ROBINSON, NAOMI Major: Sociology Minor: Religion Carter Hall Chaplain: Photography Club SIMONS, JOHN Major: Theology Minor: History USM Senatorg Vice-President Men's Dormitory Club TURNER, PAULINE Major: Secretarial Science Minor: English International Students Organization 87 SMALL, ALFONSO Major: Biology Minor: Secondary Education Photographic Editor for Acorng Ars Nova Singers SMITH, JAMES Major: Mathematics Minor: Secondary Education SNEAQ Science Club WADE, GERALDINE Major: Business Education Minor: Secondary Education Phi Beta Lambdag SNEA WALKER ERMA WALKER, HORACE Major Elementary Education Majorg Biology Minor English Minor: Chemistry WILLIAMS, RONALD Major: Elementray Education Minor: English Bandg Vice-President of SNEA 88 WALLEN, VICTOR Major: Theology Minor: Psychology Spreading Oak Editorg Student M.V. Leader WEIR, MORRIS Major: Business Administration Minor: Education SNEA Presidentg Associate Editor of Acorn WILLIS, ALDRIDGE Major: History Minor: Secondary Education 81. Religion SNEA Vice-Presidentg USM Senate WHITE, JAMES WILSON, MERETLE WOODS, EDWARD Major: Chemistry Major: Theology Major: Sociology Minor: Math Minor: History Minor: Religion Choirg Parliamentarian of USM Evangeleers Presidentg SNEA Behavioral Science Clubg Male Chorus KELLY, PEDAPOODI Pre-Medical Technology Post-Graduate Student International Students Organization l l as We zyzbzz F V- 4-. -K,-w...- -' -ff:-'fe '- K7 - 'Q"f'T! ,535 V ,T , 4' s A L, , , I, .. Y V , R' , 1' W, iz 'l' , ,L ' we . if .N ' ii gg-, EM ' fee' " ffl' , 1 4 ima 'H ' ' 'Mx ' af' HU: MM, Wm' 3 H x i ' P,-f-e' -er N --,ir '::.:.::5E5E3- N -IM 1175335 A '1- fi f um- . L5 ,..---, I .ss ,-, if :ms ,,.- , T ! Q M As the sun hides its face behind the trees at the Oaks, the students prepare to welcome another Sabbath. ' "Behold the Bridegroom Cometh," this program was presented for vespers with students from the Business office participating. i 'wifi' H H ,sawn X i ew w H11 , 1 'V HEE- sw V LM QE f. 'WW vi Vespers would not really be vespers without Gerald Penick ut the organ. f--Q., Nw M ,Jizz Bibi? fgwg, ,W .W 1 'QJMFQ33 mug , , Wm N, mem mm Qin 155' w 51 , 1 wi? 1 f, ' Sw .Af for zlme qwafey' Cfheme for the Youth Week of Prayerl X 2 51 W These young men brought many wonderful messages to students for the Week of Prayer. r,. M , ,fn 7 ge, lg ' un 'qw tw, 'm'5. not 1 5 s Nw M p Y xl ' V 'Ed' ' . ' Yfggjvu Y ' , ,Q 5 my N W 41 K ar' . H ae' tl- , ae H N nw!!! M H H H Q3 Y A Qty W Q ml ' ' ' . -, YY , - " 1' ' m,! -, 3. L mm ar Y Q ff . I ww . qu givin , M. ,,1g,..W v 'ff : f . 1 Q 'Y wg' I ' "' 'fi ' NW H '- Q 'mu li Q Mr, Michael Bernard was a dynamic speaker and was enjoyed by many. The audience really felt the impact of Mr. Helvius Thompson's sermon 92 fL91'6Q Gozyferen ce Sheryl assists a friend out of the boat. Oakwood students enjoy an afternoon of boating at Camp Cumby-Gay, Ga. U.S.M. President Niles Cin tiej and Charles Allen cruise along. 93 f lli' 7 ' ' 1 , 2 Q , 1, ' Sai 1,551 - Mew . V 1- 3 ' . 1- - '- ll! 'These are members of the Florence group. ix X x pw, Celia Cleveland accompanies a soloist at the piano This group enjoys a singspixation in the park. P I 4 . L 5'f '-v 94 ' .' iff 4 521 siagx' 'fiw-we . rr ,., N3 JR X11- , ,4,, : r?'z!"f -v ,,, Hi. ,A we I .sr w. 1-., , f'- These are members of the jail band. Harold Gaskin, president of the Ministerial Seminar. v- A , -' 1 1 1 . "A 2 .L 15741. ii-eQ,.' .11 ' f " .wif 'L- ..-,v1-7-- , H -- ... - sr- c.,,5.,.,Q::' Y ... -. '-.':x-q.",.f ,fuz- ' ..1., 7 -, ,- . 11. 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Cleveland has a very attentive audience as he talks to the student body during the annual Workshop. 1 T 552.1 H' "' ' Qfmwwwfil Elder C. D. Henri, fall Week of Prayer dhdr Y - L X Speaker and Pastor of the Berean S.D.A. r Church, gives words of encouragement to - ' .L I 2: K Paul Baker. Qi 2 i i 3 .' i J sg Emi H 'Wmwu .Q tlf E , . ...fewe- H , 553. -, ., www , ' Q-,gym-E 'Fi I I if l G S5635 W 1 Wm FU ozyezren ce J reszbfenfs 25 i. sigh f Elder G. N. Banks, secretary of the Regional Department of the Pacific Union Conference. Elder C. E. Bradford, president of the Lake Region Conference. 1 LZ Elder W. S. Lee, president of the Central States Conference 62165 5712 of Qfyanfialzons Senior Class President: Edward Cartwright Vice-President: Willie Davis Secretary: Lillian Johnson Asst. Secretary: Wynona Green Treasurer: Gabriel Hunt Asst. Treasurer: Patience Barnes Parliamentarian: William Niles Sgt.-at-Arms: Meretle Wilson Chaplain: Oliver McKinney Sponsor: Dr. G. Partridge Music Club - Mu Alpha President: Jo Ann Connor Vice-President: Gerald Penick Secretary: Brenda J. Jackson Treasurer: Franklin Hill Parliamentarian: Raymond Humphrey Sgt.-at-Arms: Donald Williams Press Relator: Allan Johnston Asst. Press Relator: Craig Jackson International Student Organization President: Joseph Weithers Vice-President: Amos Okrah Secretary: Paulette Hairston Treasurer: Philip Bovell Sgt.-at-Arms: Joseph Sackie Sponsor: Dr. Gooding Business Club - Phi Beta Lambda President: Robert Gilbert Vice-President: Jacqueline Steens Secretary: Patience Barnes Treasurer: Edgrick Johnson Sponsor: Mr. Anderson Behavorial Science Club - Omega Sigma Psi President: Randolph Stafford Vice-President: Michael Bernard Secretary: Linda Goodrich Treasurer: Raymond Winbush Sponsors: Mrs. Young and Dr. Gooding M. V Society Student Leader: Victor Wallen Secretary-Treasurer: Wilma Lightborne Sponsor: Dr. M. Warren Photography Club President: David Payne Vice-President: Nyoka Collie Secretary: Patience Barnes Asst. Secretary: Darlene Herring Treasurer: Stanley Mlms Parliamentarian: Meretle Wilson Sponsors: Miss Carrie Davis and Dr. E. Cooper Carter Hall 's Dormitory Club President: Eardell Rashford Vice-President: Sylvia Rhue Secretary: Florestine Robinson Treasurer: Phyllis Guy Parliamentarian: Thermutus McKenzie Social Vice-President: Paula West Chaplain: Naomi Robinson Sponsors: Misses Carrie Davis and Kathleen Hall Choir President: Elverton Mapp Vice-President: Allan Johnston Secretary: Carmen Fuentes Asst. Secretary: Linda Crimes Treasurer: Franklin Hill Chaplain: Lawrence Lucas Sponsor: Mr. Harold Anthony Cunningham Hall 's Dormitory Club - Vincet Qua Se Vincet President: Pearl Reid Vice-President: Jackie Holland Secretary: Frances Jones Asst. Secretary: Joyce Wooding Treasurer: Deloris Ford Sgt.-at-Arms: Renata Thomas Sponsor: Dean Marshall Men 's Dormitory Club - Epsilom Sigma Psi President: Charles Allen Vice-President: Kenneth Daniels Secretary: Lloyd Ruff Treasurer: Gabriel Hunt Parliamentarian: James White Sgt.-at-Arms: James Warren Chaplain: Meretle Wilson Sponsor: Dean Thomas Seminar Secretary: Lydia Mays Associate Secretary: Celia Cleveland Publicity Secretary: Philip Wesley Treasurer: Halsey Banks Parliamentarian: Phillip Wright Chaplain: Robert Lister Sponsors: Elder C. T. Richards and D Dactylology Club President: Theophilus Nwampka General Secretary: Kay Bryson Organizing Secretary: Samuel Branch Sponsor: Dr. Gooding 98 r. M. Warren OB. EJMYJS OAKVVOOD COLLEGE SONG Mojeshc 5 J-I HLJF' fl'L-' I, Our Clear gk- NNOGJ In VJLXOSG VGI2. Sinn-JGIJS Will' H04 2. From 5+nJ'eS Q - For Ono, ISICS op SCO S+u- ehs COME 0 J 4 + 3.As Hap- PJ bank come 'nn +he. 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ZQJ1Eam SZ 90125 100 - 9jrQ51bf212f75 Wessaye An institution of learning besides providing opportunities for mental expansion, also considers it necessary to cater to the social and spiritual needs of its students. ln the course of this program of development, one often experiences occasions which he desires to eternalize, and other moments which he wishes had never been. But beyond this he must meas- ure his progress as well as that of the institution. He must detennine that in his advancement he will also contribute to the advancement of his school. i 5 And so as you leaf through this pictorial record of the year 1967-68 at "The Oaks," may your thoughts return to what was one of the happiest years of your life. May these pleasant memories ever linger with you, spurring you on to higher heights. Z fzmkzzn mlm, ,B'Q.YI?kJl2 I 121Yerf f Sfllflfl? I mn naman f 'lOl . 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'W 1 .are 5 Ji: F I: .V . . ii t ,R Rfb ' aw if oft " 122.715 ---Q1-...L 1 Carmen Fuentes, Secretary. LaJean Martin, Assistant Secretary. Elbert Taylor, Athletic Director 103 ,7jfQS1kDfS N-5. E-ii ISM' 3-1 wi? all I 1 -H s Garfwrzyff Geasar Wfonroe csenzbr Gkss 104 junzbr GQSJ 'r. 'gt LQ? Q I 1 . if! H ' . AT. 5 -si' lv 1 A 5 -9-N, I if Pg? ' W? 'if' "jf -,,l'A.f .zfbn 'VI ,E fl 5 A 5 ",' 5' gi ' 1, .HV 5,33 Sufi' sf, ,ugly ls N14 -q at ' 4-55 . - . z' i.,.i"2-3 x 4 I - .,,-my ., ip. :,.::' f Jr - ,fit ,iii W .A. T, A -.1113 Q- -- - I WZ' LI' " , .fav-I gm. ,Q i g I ig.- ,Jw . J- f , ,. , I , :- if ' 'x ',,5f,f,-'. I rv. . R ,r ' 1-e - 4 39,4 ..... K ' 1' ' - ' w. 9 e1+:?g9 .1U,',:,,,-jg . ,.f ,an . 45' ' .-!5,:.x,'- rg Z' 1 5 3, M, lx, ' . Q. A -on 'V en D - :si GF v,,-Q, 'Q 4,4 W . 12: ff' U13 sim? Z1 4' 4'11:ev f . .f":.v4A , ':f1'?'3'.f 6fH?11YMa4 W li A . J' 1 ,Tx at 1 . 4 - K Q . If ' z -4, 5 U . 1 ' ,nl ,V - I Charles Allen, president of Peterson Ha11's Epsilom Sigma Phi. Eardeu Raghfgrdi president of Carter Ha11'g dgfmitory club. Pearl Reid, president of Vincet Qua Se Vincet, Cunningham Hall's club. Y H 1-1 gage.,-f .fnggw 914412 A ,- vim- 10 lF hT1D3 ? Aj, .' 4. , -JJ," ffl: ' ff? .fm 41. -.H-...EM St, f Robert Gilbert President of Phi Beta Lambda Randolph Stafford President of Omega Sigma Psi 107 Joseph Weithers President of International Students Organization wl2Qil's 1 -, . ,,,,,.', A Y ., lwgfig " N W sv ' lumlf' , N Jo Ann Connor Mu Alpha Gamma President. l' ,z,zl,,,':l! , W,,.l,,wN ,, Aga'-1 M,...mM W Members of the Home Economics Club. fl Members of the Dactylology Club Theophilus Nwampka, President. n.,l.,. .4 zlil app, Abs. . X 152 . S1 fi F5211 -1 111 E, 1 X1XX1 N ' ' WSH :F-il 1'-Q1 " " 1 1 11 1111111151111 'asf 1' E 1 N H ' . K 5. nf. 21111111 31111515 - 5111 5-'fix 51111 1 . -NW -ff 11:11 111111-11111 1 Y.. 11 Y 111 F95 555 E :-:EW 1111111111 xr '1 "LE - I. 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' 111 A x 7 , gr! 55050 Young ladies play host. ,F .44 . V 'U fl' "U X xx . QQ Ray stoops in meditation. 1 1 2 Wessz' Cheryl Galley and Stanley Ware sing a duet during the Messiah. Ji A QM Mrs. Booth, assisted by Gerald Penick, plays the organ as the choir sings. 113 if gg.-uw-1 fl bn., Q The choir raise their voices in praise of the Savior's birth. N .I w ' 2 ' ,,.-v- , X-is-' .js li iw, xi: .,., xv lag. N :fr . These are students getting name tags, but we're wondering what Byron is waiting for. He has his on. We know some will be tired from so many hand- shakes. 114 QSXUQQJQX aczz f Wecepffbn These smiles reflect the many warm receptions given. i ag , if Q-Hug 2 .U fm K - , 1.1 5, 5 x K .fl 1' 4, ' ' G -P. P' '3 Q ,W aw' 'L tm 1 x U f f? ..w1,, . 41 's I x, ,ig L -ei, 5 .L A if . QW- N- 1 , ' ' ? Q 9 Y . . A. mf fgfii- + i f .... -4', f fm Y N314 - f.-5 L my ,hr Q. ' .Wa , gi. .,,j 1' 3343, W.-U. Ee is R.. ii iiiii + During the Yuletide season, Peterson Hall is aglow with the spirit of Christmas 1 16 U eruzb' es '1 .1 n Q-vs 117 f I 2,-'N-, 1 1 wwf erozbe .9 izir 17 A , Y . : - 1--, 55 1' li. ' J-'x RQ 00 ,..-in ,. 'ilk-4 'QA Mrs. Hardy, behind the scene, works to prepare a good meal. Horace Walker selects his food. The College Cafeteria is always full at this time of the day. s 54521, ' 4 S- Tx.. 5:-,,, 118 You think I ought to try it? W, .bv K J? em VJ, ,, F- i us-ZQQ fi Yes, preparations are being made for our daily meals ,l-ff Q Mr. Lake, are you sure there's nothing more to do? Some people just get carried away at meal time. ""'- 5-si! t I 3:2 L rf ,N 1- ,f .ff 'Wi sl sn.. H' 312553553 Q '+int Listen to Caesax, girls, he might know what he's talking about. Really, Philip, do you know what you're doing? 'Y Ah, young ladies, could you possibly be waiting for some fellows? My, my! What a twosome. Here's Jett and Brenda NCWSOH 1 20 Gomaye csfore Virginia catches the gleam in Anthony's eye. Harry Swinton Superintendent of College Store Harold and Freddie think of their distant loves. Keith finally catches gn. ""' " few- e ..,--" -,LA .V 'mia-. , 1 P-W e 121 gl Philip gets postage to notify parents that he will be coming home soon. Empty store must mean empty pockets for Oakwood students. A , 1'ff- , . - '-'-x,,1 A . 1 A jg "'-S --11, o Y YR - - ' 122 Mr. Ca.lhoun supervises Pinkie as she makes rolls Mr. Calhoun inspects freshly-baked bread. This is the entrance to the bakery. 5 -.f ' , U 6 I ,M Y, A 123 These contented cows supply the college students with milk products. This is the dairy at the college 124 I U' w "Mug fazk' ,,:,.,QF , . Wea " , H' ,1 L.bLx Yes, Danny, the pasture extends far beyond that point Dobbms, maneger of the Daxry, mspects the milk before It IS pack- At O C even Tyrone has ajob to do for consumptxon. 42' ff' J azbfenan ce f eparfmenf I ' 'williams :fx "x51f5,?7fiif "1 James Holloway, supervisor of grounds, and one of his workers in- spect equipment. Men of distinction do this kind of work. 3' D'f"J'1'W"i ' Q., n we - . eg 1 . 4. Some of Oakwood's diligent student secretaries work in this department Both men and women like this job. I! Well, fellows, let's get this place clean. tai' ' . 1 34-I Without this heating-plant, Oakwood would be a very miserable place to stay. 127 A Us U 'sg J -W 'xx ww CT w 'UW H41 The success of the Laundry Program is dependent upon the diligent Work of the student N lf, " , 1.-gin' r-g'.'e4,,r' " Ny ' X -'A ,,-H A ,ff " ,-ff? ...N 4jin?,a 2545 JN vw A , n -fr JE. !f?5IW'2'1ii , ' Xwfifw.. sc i fi 15 Q' 'H P " qi f H 'ww' .ww al'-fqrgw--.Q A KVM. , ml.,-ff w ' 'rv f jfg, X , . ,. ,su ' ' ',. V ' I ', WV 4 f:gg.,.,g" 4. , - ' QS A 1 '12-4'9'sYf ESA ,. '46 'Quia' 19' - r ,ff 1 ' pf ,--.X ,'Qe2ig4,L+g..vf, '- ,2QwE aWmm-QmffQR . L 171 ' L... " f'i'T9""""RqW 'X ' " ' ' :Fra n W6 P' ' f a ' A ,' Q, ' 4 . w 4 - N -fa f "ww Af if A-9 i"iff"5i9 ar K F1 . . " "'f5'f-ab ,f A - 5+..5'3,5'.+':i. 1 , ., Q- , I ,ffm ,.-ij. 4 -5,-f 1. ff' .1 . 5, 1- X. 'JI 4 1 . I ' A ggi' -ff1sz,f'H , riff wi fqgwsm 'lfffib ' M WM - ff 'mn ff P . -'W?aWMfip" fpav gf 4 - JA f f N 4 f ,. ,gm , I J F. r r f -.wQ:..,.,, ' ' n igfimffh- V- 1 I K ,f 7 1 Qr-3' , f d ,"" f f .fb .A A 1 .' H , V ,- 1 I ,N , I ,, The Laundry Building , ' 'K 2 1' - ' , ', . 128 , ff, nf' lr' .--v ' fx X ' . Sylvanus Merchant, B.A. Superintendent of College Laundry GUI? fy 5539 A stitch in time saves Renee. Girls await "quitting time." ff, Finished product is ready for delivery. 129 i exe' 19 20 21 zz ,2Gi27'28'g3NAE? L 12131415 preaoflfzy Editor-in-Chief Victor Wallen gives instructions to his secretary, Cynthia Battles. W7 As associate editor, Neal studies material for improving the newspaper. V., is 1 .,1 'fi 2 A fi Carlton Pyfrom, business manager, takes a break from his work. Od! 'M ee -- it Q- ees M - l x ' ,' I . ,af . . ,fxhLi39y4'2yfjhL,Ap ocroennissv 'ljf -. gs v .nn K l. '1.4,f,,.L 4 . Rc igggz Qxisgim - , . I The Spread Ing Oak JOURNAL OE STUDENT ACTIVITY ,-' OAKWOOD COLLEGE, HLJNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 5AKWOOD RECEIV s A 325,000 Phillip Wright, editor of the USM News- letter, thinks of some new ideas for the letter. From Le!! to Right: F. L. Bland. Vice President of General Conference. Elder Negele. Harris Pine Mills. Dr.. Hale. Elder Emmerson. Treasurer of General Conference. p elatioieillief. cftithe U.S.l'L iqepmiy 8Ll968 p Public Relations Do you have school spirit? The Business Club and the Behavioral Science Club has started the ball rolling. Saturday night's basketball game was second only to the Old vs New a couple of weeks ago. Studentsebf bdth clubs supported their club with vigorous Spirit. The president of the Behavioral Science Club invites all other clubs to begin promoting school spirit. The B.S.C. is interested in its school. They say thisfour school, and if we don't take pride in it, neither will any one else. Editor Irene Bowie Associate Editor Amos Okrah Sponsor Mrs. Frankie Clay Secretary Beverly Gilbert Layout Editors Kenneth Daniels Stanley Mims Carlton Pyfrom Russell Tynes Aldridge Willis Copy Editors Pearlie Greer Sharon Mitchell Phillip Wright Artist Vanard Mendinghall Photographic Editors Alfonso Small David Payne Richard Simons William Niles Mrs. Frances Thompson Typists Darlene Herring Patricia Tucker Gilda Moses Advertising Manager Robert Lister Business Managers Robert Gilbert Elder H. T. Saulter corn QSXJ p xx f , 2 it ,iii . Jaw,-r v - - -p Lt '?i9r'v-9 it Beverly looks on as Robert explains the plans. - X- fiiqrf i Mendinghall shows the staff the cover of the book 132 ' Richard Simons, assistant photographer, aims for a good shot. perfectpicture. Zirjiya Stanley Mims and Kenneth Daniels, layout editors, concentrate on the senior layout. Alfonso Small, head photographer, tries any position for the vw "'-Y 4. G Phillip Wright, Pearlie Greer and Sharon Mitchell, copy-editors, try to come to an agreement. - - - - - 2 Lf W w r iz ., , s . :W Y . , ,. , - .' A ' 1 1, TE ' tb X .g ,. A Al Layout staff: V. Mendinghall, K. Daniels, A. Okrah, S. Mims. X Typist, Darlene Herring 134 There goes David again, taking pictures. I-Ie's one of our faithful photographers. Typist, Gilda Moses 3 1 P ps TA S. f,Er--A pf I I 2 I sf, I 1 W. i I X-A 5 I ' L' X S ' T3-if ""'3w-- IM f In ,. ' 5"-i nf ' 'Iv ' 3 " J, .JP V IA 1 I y H Q.-lv , I 4 'V f- X ,. --.1 wfffffefw Lg: ' ' "ff ,151 . 1, i Ei ' 3--.Li -M:Q "i - J .535 .Ir - 'A -- I" , 4, iq L ii - V s II1 I mlii .. " mu -'g2i'fsz:f1I' I X ,. gl 'xg ax., an xii 4-:I we W3 i ,I 5-n f? Q I K 3 IQ ' ' f.'hV 5 2 ' -- x I H5354 -P' " I I I I I I I I .-rH",i xl I ff? of Qferson not N ,,f , v 3 , David finds time to read while his clothes wash. Television captivates them all-except for one. .- M lg S... t vv- . 1?- The home is made beautiful by industrious hands. Boy! Who said that one had to be dressed to pick up mail? affer jfaf as l 1 I 2 , . .,., 5 I l r vm .Ll wg-.sm l' 'Saas Nm 5 ,, vgagsiig, ,V wt ,f 4 These roommates study the "Word" to show themselves approved. 113-. Who knows what she is studying? Only her professor will know for sure. 1 ii w W my ,,,z, l 4 ,xl Qi --1-nu Now there's music to study with, Patience. Her studies have really gotten her down. ll 1522452 'ifiiq w ll, What does Sylvia have in the bottle? l .W U! 55 x-E 4 x i g fe!-f vga 5-.. 111212122 y am 1 i N , ii I , 1 i 'jri I Q .IJ ,J I 1 1 A Y F Y 1 he-..i.-s . 'J I -A - km , 1 .. - -ssN,hP!'lmawe-Q-m-if The Christmas spirit is reflected in Cunningham Hall. ,. -.1-NK4"' Q ,mv X rl' EAA' 5 i x f :gi f 'I i l I . ti on "1 N5 5 .3223 -4. 4 ei' She prefers to go out rather than study. Why not wear your skirt this length. Bemadene? 8 JSE Richard, shall we overcome the books? 'Through the lens of a telescope you can see many wonders. Hey! Maybe you should share the joke. ,f 1 3 , n J Ji, 1 Patience has a double load! s i I P w 1 QUQFS6? Don't fret, girls, it won't last long. 140 GG Frank, I don't think that Joyce is going to sweep. What a thrill they get from seeing a woman work! Those guys are really taking it in strides. A Q I 1 , ' ' , Haifa' f vs , rn-'.xa".f N :a+ Mb' W4 , . Pg ' sf! .1 ,v ef fi' af "JS 5 f Q 'fin if Af' There is nothing like taking it easy on a nice day. . . . . and you said you could drive. James contemplates his future as a medical doctor. , r, W T 5--gm-Q i , . Y 142 P' I my-irq'-' 5"iV'T .ann Remember we're vegetarians, Ronnie. Before Chapel begins, interest is diverted in many directions. ,E ' QQ-P I F3 X!!- 9 Didn't you know that I am a jack-of-all-trades? 143 f"' H aif'gj,H."i,,?5?3I To whom is Joe aiming the blow? Ama, ,f- sk. ,, ,V f ss. 'im . T M iiis ,, N. ,.f if , M i -:-: F, M :-':' z 1.13 11-fini" 1 2 L. mx 'PSV' 'ay Jones lends a helping hand. 144 fx, ,,.-, ...Q-.Y- . , - Wag' . f""s 'ie is Is this a snowman or a snow-animal? J. 'f"sf?31?f' a 59-'X f, r ttn 6 ,qi ,5-3? ' , .7-sf' X Soup makes a poster for the Behavioral Science Club. The patience of these future teachers seems to be diminishing. Miss Emanuel still graces our campus 3?:M:?i2L1fff- , Q' 145 ' So you represent Omega Sigma Psi! all ""gLPv-" "af wif "wifi ,N 'iw .f- ,N , 219' . , ,W new y M,f,,,.--H Wm...-...Wm,,, 'QA-. Y "Yes, I enjoy doing my job," says Foster ,f,.:,w in V , MW X, MM iyfwkmh My 1, i i o ,Q 10:30 and Phillip is still going strong. 1 . v 1 if H ,. r , 1 1 1, .ff-,' I-' H 1' 1- , , 1. , v,1.H f ' f' -'fx' Fellows, could you give me a hand, I am out of gas. Faye takes time off to chat with Jimmy. 1' 1 .. ,, ,IW .ir 147 Balloons were an added attraction at the Ingathering Kick-off. XX 21.33 Ak fig it M .wwf E 2 , ,1 Wi, . . ? ,fpgifk , :ul N, .W 'E' ' X ,M ,l . Q, ,X ,. , ,1,1 7 1 v' .1 v gm h X What IS all th1s about? 1 , if in If ' '-iii: I 24 2 f M 'H . , X . N " lg' ' lr I ,sw K- K J ' ga? ,,.. w , Y Q H , , wi lu, ,l ,, ,Q , . y vw M5 , 4 ,A V. 1 ,,. , W 4 ul 2'5g,,w l rx , U, ,N l ,,, Egg H I ,4 ., ' 'I' ' J 15,220 1-5 :ge ,f V A ww, Y 5 12 J: .X .'-'S l l ik W - - I nl, l.. f ,..,, 5 --3-LE if--il, KJ 1 V fy ' , Tiff , 5:K'QTl:ff,w V ,..vY:, ,T ,,,g. afzg a, U V , A -uyllxr , Y, '53 I rin lil- 'L wx 1 nr l ,V we Alfonso goes to extreme in taking pictures. 1 Some people can study anywhere. 'U' :Q 1 v ,, . , 1 "fy ' ' ' il ' P . 3 fl Amerie l H .. i.f5l,,5',lg4Qi??i-,lg .1 ,Q ' 1'Q'15:'f7' J l L A . 0 ' E' f, I . 11:1 - iw ' 'ei gif... l 2 h ' , - l ' 1" 'W 4' V ln ' B M wl f . M, V K L .-'gg.L.1. " ,mf I L . v .. .- - ' ' ,F FY C A., . I K X. 'wie .. 1- 'Jfn V V , , ,f.:v.. I-11751, fm- :bw--. '- ' ."QAfy'?1Q-I-Q ,.'.'-4 ' N M-ff-,."xi,l 5. I 1,-if " Q. 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Well, Patience, how does it taste? im-t 1 I V I 5 , ia 23513211 .u Q. The snow really makes the campus look deserted Guess what he is thinking about. I do this work when Russell isn't around. 1112 mz scnsu ,Q-r,-Q ? -4'-xv" at 4 rimlnxirslr :- ,NW 1 m 1 M i W w w + R, 3 Miss Eunice Vanderberg and Mrs. J. J. Beale, along with others, composed a group which discussed "Formal Social Behavior." 1 50 5:1 ww-i: 'xx -u ,700 Q n A T 014555, 020 J i' Mrs. Ruth Green, guest speaker for the session. 3.3 Me. K ww .1 -ffr w, ll! ll 1llwX. llzllr 5'llhH'Mll.lm '1 'X es. H , n ,ll w lm lW lltT lal lun.. if TQ i Fw. Ml f ,Q f :iff i ' ' -' , 4' ' 'wr 1 2:2 ' if will ff: lv Y l. M. '1".. 1 ,, .lg gl . dll' ,W l "wr 'ggi' , ,I . -.rr-,M V, , , -5 fi' l " I'!.f i :V N ' ia' f ' 5 -' w, X.. K 'E'9ffUi'i5Y, ' wt- ev ve A X 'V M I 'W 1' ww wir gulhlv w 1 W.s'1fQ:relfiia4 ' W ,,,., M A . is in HQ ff mv 1 Nw 1 will A-?:'?+1 - . new , iw. y I . M V l. : I 1 I. , ee. il ' H .. . W., s . is l . GE Xml .H Ml. 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Nyoka IS watchmg her t1trat1on care- fully so as not to mlss the correct end W-Le. E n 9 .eq - V , , 1 , 4-4 gf, wood Gabrlel Hunt IS drawmg from the ,gmi rmcroscope whxle Joseph Welthers concen SOCIAL WORK DEPT. QQQA if Donald Monroe IS golng to ms class in the Social Work Department. Simons and Wilson discuss important Bible texts which they consider vital in the ministry. These seniors are preparing themselves to go out into the world and help their fellow man. wi 4- Q l rL. Gracie Monroe instructs her Academy class in math. 1 V 157 W 1 l Q' !,sKgZ Aj,3,,maw'e ,tai W mm-. an ' uzuu 0 77 saffaf As I saw you standing there, Shoulders erect and head high, A feeling of gratefulness came into my heart That soldiers like you exist. Uncle Sam must be very happy to have chosen you, The country will profit from your service. It's hard for me to say what qualifications l you really need, But I do know that your uncle wants strong men- Men who are willing to obey the commands of others, Men who will risk their lives for their country, Men who are able to serve and to help win the victory. Soldier, you met these qualifications, and so they chose you. There is a lot of responsibility upon you, soldier, For you see, you are in two armies: God also has chosen you. He is training you for the great event which lies ahead for His people. I trust you are learning your lessons wellg I hope you will ask your Teacher for help When trials and disappointments come, and you don't understand. He will tell you whyg He will guide and direct you, soldier, so you need not fear. The way will seem hard at times, but remember At the end of the road there will be a rewardg There always is. And the reward that I hope you are preparing for most Is life eternal in your Father's home. So do your best, soldier, For you have an uncle, you have a Father. And you have a friend, all counting on you. --Irene Bowie 158 V W Q fs Former Oakwood student, Cleophas Mims, en route to Vietnam, pauses to salute the United States flag at Oakwood 159 goofgaf CMAJ Zasfefgaf fs A occez' J,,f,,jm .f.H fff'f'f, ,rsx-1f1!',1f,J ,'1'wu.f'ff1':,"f,f Jjillllfffljlf 11 f1g!r!'fHfI5f,51Ag'7 N ,?"m" 1f,iA,i 70619 ezmzls' csfazifkzy 161 He's off for another touchdown! Catch me if you can. 1 A3555 Is Naomi all smiles for the game or for Allen? V . -E?-f . aa? '+V' Higgs 4 1 The "Dirfy Dozen" cleans up the league again. CQZQQS Don't miss it, Whipple. w wfx J avpm l , w A 1 x 163 One - Two - Shift! Foster s team looks 1mpatient as they await the start of the delayed soccer game s aaa a TW.. wg? ,-N , ,Q ,W M4 ,, M, Q W N .,- Sim ,lm ...ww H 5 -I L- . 'U' ' .' ,pk 1 H' Q 'U L33 w Es' sea l "MQW 'S-X,1fE"2. age W ,W-..B1if 'lm 1 P 1. 4 ..4W"" el ' 5-sggf.. W. ,,sss" in Yu ...,, a"a 1 as '::' ' "L: Z A11 eyes are now focused on Mapp as he attempts to score a goal 1 . ,Y +:. an ff.. 7i,,,flB4i" ,rl ,ffevg-"' .HJ EA.. t, .,'1:fifiifvW' All heads go up for the ball in the closing moments of play. 165 ,g-4:4 'Ar' t- v4"" snfa!5f:afkkxs'F" ,and- ww" if .i..:" .V we . , " .ff 'X' A w M '5 ,, " 1 J uw, ,ix :.. f N, .,, ,L . 1 Wf,.1, I w 4 ir ' 11:2 'i jj i -, zakql' vi-:Niki at U , iff, F2 wiv ' ' A' N it " - . -1 if H- . Y - I , ,, f. ,- .. Vaz makes a brilliant mid-air save. It may be only a few, but soccer does attract some students. ,HH gf"'Im ?ggEf?f5g"f-sin w lWIWN',... ,.. U " ..ff'NN""NuNgNdN 25, 2 ,A - , V Y Y safes. s Zzsy M, .A M. wax: ,HW W was 1 +2 1, A ,F firw mis .Jw Y -. - wzzf5,a,, -- M, , f' wgesggi, ,' W ?x " fails g , ""m"w e44"+,Qs?eaLg W' 'g5fa5g5gQ2gSLssu",.,"'QW W , mm, ww w H 1 N12-Q , H , ' wi. ga 6QH ezzzzzls v 555, -5 X gig. D- X N r 1 - f ' ,. qw, ,,i,,,?r:,.q...-1-- 4,-ef...s..,..., .fwen-U Q! 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Z., qi fi? 1 11 Q 31.1 -I U 11 11 ,,1 1 ' 1: 31:22 55 .1511 an 113511 11 1. 111 H1 f Z5 m, mf . at . an '1 . 11 E111 Wm, -1 . l m3163529 la.. 111 K- , 113 1 115111111 -aj-?Qg, 1111- No wonder Sonny is a good basketball player, he is in the gym all the time. 167 H" S ,fl . ,E 4 , Ei 11-15" SE I I +I. 1.1. :gi fi' it .WSW 5. 5. 1 1, -" 1 -fx. ,1,., 1 1lEMg -11 , .ww 1 , gy, 12M 11 11113 'Qs 1 131' xiilm 21 1 112 3.1 1 xl 1 2' 131 1,1 11. 11:.ax,:,- rr. 1 Q1 , .5211 53 Q 5 My J E ' 1 R - 5 N" 1145, 11- 51111-' 1 K ff XC f L 4-n13'5'zQS11'1 , E 1: 111 A af ,W 3311., .. 11 11, 21 1' , 1 11.533l31.'ie2g1f 111 1 1 , new 1 1 .6 I 'f-H-. ' 1 , , 11 H A Hg , W 18, 1 -is v ,11 fag S H, , ,, r, Ugg s .ty -K1 iw K ffm We . 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"' 'S' -.af - 41.61 tx: V ', 5' - 'A H ,ry ,V v.',-"',:sg Ru... - - ,Q-?,g1f"" , 1' 1 1 1 1 1 11 .V ,N N , W, , K ,, 1 , - Wf- . 1 p1 fe , 1 .dw , 'r , ...W wa.. i L 1 '-141 X U. Skating time is over and attention should be focused on the basketball game. 'li 1 7 ..V, ,, ,m .Msg--I ' , . e - is-V.E',,: W 1, -' J , M P 'ui 'Ya ' v There are some people at Oakwood who can play softball anywhere and with any kind of base. 168 ,wi 4 ,K I' Y :xg fr, ww 5 3 f f 31: x X .aff ' 4, 3 ' Q if 2 - fw Y ggwxgwzggx Q gm if ,, , rr , Qj?',mF ', , ,gliggg-gggfwf wgeffggg -N K! 'rw an 1 Q4 - ,-...Ja ' r M ? - .E A ' :ye 3, M , NE K ls, , v if "iii 5 gif. ua Y ,' J A ' ik, ' 'if3 is?'f 5 1 -an wif A vi' 93 .J rw , qw... - 7 gnu mul A mr X 4 G mf 2 rw .N i 'L N 4 ll -gag s, ii TL, fgilu W, F' QF? iigggfzezz V55 3'-5 . ww 3 . sw 5 7. ,. QQBW4 f 'M za 4' . :Wm ' 'za Efiififlli M.. 'HS ei: Q. Sm .lx 1 Aw - K .m , we W , ni :- w . saw W Kg , ,W xg Gm :sax X -. -Liam. in 45- vm, -15, V.- 4 x' is , 4 1 si 1 A 1 1 1 1 ' 1 11 J Fil. This picture indicates the amount of progress made on the new building. This building should be completed by September of '68. lease mfs m ru M" H Nr 1 U by K M um if ,wages w rx f-- we f m mm H X Zhfgh mmf, ,N 11 A W f In ,w 55, 2 . ,WH H H 11- 11 H "H B452 M" H" .. if MQ' 5, ,KM w M iw, V w 545' w n , an ,G 11, . , me-ff , , 51 gfdf -, , . I , , Elverton Mapp prepares for one of his classes. "May I help you, Linda?" All of these books are needed for just one term paper Would you believe she is reading only for pleasure? 172 Gerald and Celia discuss the important events in Carter Hall's Parlor. ss if llgf. X, ' '15f,:.6FQ2'g: " "' i W , p' W M I. , O' I I 4 V. 1 ' , I if A "' s LL! , j 1 ll .1-Q "fu A ,, ,, pw-JV-5 I ,, ff, M11 'H ,mi 1- ' 'm'lg5l" E1 , .- . fi,-...nm m....-, N E - 'sa '- Pr ii 1. M fi' T XM Mum 1 E Q x " -Q w Ie, A 5373 7 s , E m W -wi ' if , ix' M: Q1 ,E :lull 3 H X 5, .xi llflvlfgg ,, ,- , , Ya M L ,T 2 2' ' V' Vs A' 1" 5, , : J iff' ' " . EQ 7 ., 3? 'L A rl: .1 X W, ' ,. ,sag ... W W isis, JE, :-- Q The girls are having a good time in the lounge of Cun- ningham Hall. 173 ,fl 'I .-vim' ef In the Student Center, students find time to enjoy the friendship of others. The students in the picture above are playing "Sorry." Others at O. C. prefer to sit and relax their minds while others work to bring them entertainment. Other students sometimes prefer to be alone. Here John is pictured reading - from the Bible. 174 A W X x, uf 64' 1' me FL ' ' J "5 , x 5 L. xv v 'vi ,Q if ' 51- ,.f Q N 1 A -2 f , . nr. ' fs .VSV gf . -' .V ,V , .lg ,N I 5 , '1 , 4 ,n . v , Q41 L-... mb ' ,.., .N , a' Ififi- . . Wigan: ,U " -V Y if-:..,. I 4 I med. A ,x h el ' F sl M .51 ,QQ .N 5 , 1 5 .N D 14 ,, W, .qw 4, ,," ' W if . L . ' iz. .' 5 H- L 'ffff x 71 .A 41:3 V .e , L ..., W g , 1 , I 5 H I , ov- W : . H .f.'n,1 - . ,Q A , ,' ' W - Q. fl A if '--- , ,o Q 2: 9' . 11- w f 1 g Af . 1 1 A 5 1-53 5 zi - U, x , - .-M, . win ,z 1 1 ,gg - E X iv f, Sf? .Q -1 1 - if 1 Q 6 K ggm- -----.-- V - - 1 , " xl: , ' 1 . ,. , Y ju ,M - -P ' ' -, ,M 5 I Ll K " . , ,il , - N . A P 1, S .iN 6 in V' o ago , :uw V 55,21 1 4 ' 'B' ap 1 an -. ig, 4 L 2, ' A -31 , vf 4 ' .ff 8 'J ' lg: . w ' 1 1-f , fy me V , ' :fi I fi of , .f , A. H a a Jw ! a ' aff' " " " . ,,,:, 'E ff ' 5 - 'af 5 ' - "way-H1 ' ' G vga' ig- QW 2:12 'Tin F7 - ' ' . --x z i Q F A .JE ii! aff? W b' 5 .13-I 5, :gn ' "- A A Q. . xl' M Here are a few of the familiar faces tl1at make Oakwood College. 175 Crjoffors 7 yyfcessaye lrgrg-, Bowie and Amos Okrah pause a moment and reflect on the last few months of hard work which went into the making of this year's A RN. As we look back on the long hours spent in preparing this book, we can see that each moment spent has been well worth the time and effort. This year we are indebted to a host of people who were instrumental in making this book possible. Without the efforts of Mrs. Frankie Clay, our sponsor, this book would not have been a success. Alfonso Small and David Payne put in long hours taking the pictures. Darlene Herring, Pearlie Greer and Sharon Mitchell all deserve special mention. We cannot really repay you and the other members of this year's ACORN Staff for the services you have given in making the publi- cation of this book a reality, but please accept our gratitude and sincere thanks. This school year is about to come to a close and with it comes the end of another ACORN. The theme of our book this year has been L'Progress." As you have glanced through the first 176 pages C24 additional pages will follow in the summer, making a total of 2001 we hope you have caught a glimpse of the progress that Oakwood College is making. It is our prayer that you, the reader, will do all you can to help Oakwood to continue to progress in the years that lie ahead. Editors 176 Q A 46. "WJ ref? f X-I sl -S "-'T' VQ.. , '.,I I'r-13.-. f . ' Q ""3r."'V V ' 4 Aff.. .. -V1 .P- .EP " figyfaur 0: ,Q I 0 . V' 151 '-ff: Vf' ' - " , . Iwsgiafl' , :Ii1'jLI,:4IIi'f I I .A 4. .1 ' ,-. ,. , , V. fff-'11-5' 41. - -- 4. -' .gf-V'11""4fI .I-33" .LZ ,I Q - , - V ' ' ' s ' - .. .-.L -: :ff-. Q f VV -,gg .V"'xIm-' .H .pupil-A., . A . ,LT 2'- -Q. .w:u....' .- -.: , , qvfv- -- ,., Y Q .L ' '- . . -. -ur... . ,Q . . - -I I, f -QI ,. - . . - f, I IA: -3I:,F -:II D f!3- -4, .Il-'gf.:,. 14" .1 ffl f 3:-II".,'+y --QII., - I . VI.. 1- A . 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