m W: m , " . i il iifffffm ' :r.:y?x - ' U-- ■■ ' ■I ' iU : jK.f- f- w - ' j WHAT TROY STATE COLLEGE SYMBOLIZES TO THE AVERAGE STUDENT . . . T. S. C. LIBRARX, THE PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE Balanced by cultural and disciplinary studies, Troy State seeks to instill a sincere desire for Knowledge. [ 2 ] ■ . .... - l Each individual as a growing and ma- turing student is an integral part of campus life. THE LASTING FRIENDSHIPS ■ t ts mj rt ' ' - 1 THROUGH PEOPLE The beauty, glory, and accomplishments of the past live on, and the character of each student body leaves its mark of progress. MEASURING UP TO THE PAST n TRADITION f J " » n THE SATISFACTION OF ACCOMPLISHMENT Students find a growing satisfaction through active participation in a variety of extra-curricular activities. ■ ( 8 ] ACTIVITIES I H B z;: - - 4 Hff ' f I m mmr Xij. Intercollegiate athletics and intramural competition voice expression of a pro- found love for sports and a desire for victory. THE BUILDING OF BODY AND SPIRIT [ 10 ] THROUGH SPORTS Amid the busy schedule of classes and study, every progressive student seeks recreation and relaxation. THE JOY OF FELLOWSHIP As a dynamic focal point of the finest in higher education, Troy State and its faculty offers direction toward enviable intellectual achievements. THE HAND THAT GUIDES US f •;a»ii . y THR 9 • • • • AND MEMORIES PRESERVED IN THE PALLADIUM [ 16 ] Dedication Administration Classes Organizations Features Sports Student Life Advertisements 18 20 30 78 108 130 156 180 EDITOR— Barbara Mixson BUSINESS MANAGER-William White for 1962 [ 17 ] DEDICATION ROBERT HUGH ERVIN Worthy Colleague . . . Musician . . . Lover of Music . . . Avid Reader . . . Critic of the Social Scene . . . Diligent Worker . . . Loyal Employee . . . Logician . . . Friend of Students . . . Friend of the Common Man . . . Able Teacher . . . True Scholar... DEDICATION EMMETT KILPATRICK Man of the Renaissance . . . Universe! Interests . . . Literateur . . . Raconteur . . . Linguist . . . Teacher . . . Political Philosopher . . . Historian . . . Soldier . . . Conversationalist . . . World Traveler . . . Blackbelt Gentleman . . . Virtuoso . . , Scholar . . . Friend . . . A D M I N I S T R A T I O N Dr. Frank Ross Stewart Greetings to All: Your Palladium is a precious fragment of the bright mosaic of your year at Troy State College. Set in a scintillating frame it reveals in a sparkling, twinkline. witty and brilliant way the profile of college life College life Is complex and profound. A fragment of it discloses the high ideals and lofty purposes; the earnest efforts and the powerful reach; the courageous spirit and the positive approach, high spirited, noble and certain. The Palladium staff succeeded in capturing for all time some of the enthusiasms of the year, and storing them for later use to recall the joys and pleasures which have been the privilege of all of us here at Troy. My hearty congratulations and very best wishes. Sincerely, gj. ..i Frank R. Stewart President Upon the retirement of Dr. C. B. Smith, Dr. Frank Ross Stewart became President of Troy State College on July 1, 1961. Dr. Stewart received a B.S. degree in Elementary Education from Jacksonville State in 1935; B.S. degree in Secondary Education from Alabama Polytechnic Institute in 1937; M.S. in School Administration from API in 1940; has done further graduate study at Columbia and Peabody; and received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Auburn University, December 18, 1959. Dr. Stewart taught and coached at Spring Garden High School and was also principal there for three years. From 1944-1952 he served as County Superintendent of Cherokee County Schools. From 1955-1958 Dr. Stewart served on the State Department of Education, becoming Superintendent in 1958. He married the former Margaret Turner of Piedmont and they have one son, Frank, Jr. r OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION FRANK ROSS STEWART, M.A., LI.B.-President ROSCOE D. KELLEY, Ed.D. Assistanf to Dean and Director of Student Personnel Services GEORGE ROBERT BOYD, Ph.D. Dean W. T. WILKS, Ed.D. Coordinator of Undergraduate Instruction L. CLAY STABLER, B.S. Business Manager and Treasurer W. PAUL LEWIS, ED.D. Director of Graduote Work R. O. ARRINGTON Business; B.B.A., Memphis State University,- M.S. University of Tennessee. JACK DILLARD ASHLEY English; B.S., David Lipscomb College; M.A., Ph.D. Vanderbilt University. £ EDWARD FRANKLIN BARNETT Mathematics; B.S., Troy State College; M.S., Ala- bama Polytechnic Institute. JEAN WILLIAMS BARR Music; B.M.E., Oberlin Conservatory of Music. .Zl RICHARD WALTER BOYCE Education; B.S., Memphis State College; M.A., Memphis State College; M.A., Memphis St ate University; George Peabody College. LUCILLE KING BOYD Social Director; B.S., University of Kentucky; Western State Teachers College; Union College; Columbia Uni- versity; Troy State College. HORACE THEO BRELAND Business; B.S., M.A., Mississippi Southern College; George Peabody College. MARK PALMER BREWTON, JR. Art; B.F.A., M.A., University of Alabama. DELBERT F. BUTLER, JR. Science; B.S., Arkansas Polytechnic College; M.A., George Peabody College. FRANCES GULLEDGE BYRD English; B.A., Judson College; M.S., Troy State College. CHARLES RENDELL CALKINS Music; A.B,, Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., Co- lumbia University; B.Mus., Birmingham Conservatory of Music, M.Mus. IRVIN CITRON Science; M.S., Hebrew University of Jerusalem; M.S., Emory University. MARGARET KING CLEVELAND First Grade Supervising Teacher; A.B., Alabama Col- lege; M.S., Troy State College. MADOLYN CLIPSON Business; B.S., Troy State College. WILLIAM FLOYD CLIPSON Physical Education; B.S., Troy State College; M.A., Uni- versity of Alabama; Ed. D., Columbia University. BEVLEY COLEMAN History; B.A., Union University; M.A., George Peabody College. LOUISE COLLINS English; B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute; M.S., Ala- bama Polytechnic Institute. VIRGIL LEE COLLINS Mathematics; B.S., George Peabody College; M.A., University of Alabama; Peabody College; University of Pittsburgh. NAN COOPER Business Education; B.S., M.S., Mississippi State College; University of Alabama; Mississippi Southern College. RUBY COUNTRYMAN Science; B.S., Alabama College. WILLIAM CUMMING Science; B.S., George Peabody College; M.S., George Peabody College. THOMAS M. DART Mathematics; B.A., University of Mississippi; University of Mississippi, graduate study. -■■■ . fe i Sbi i) RAYMOND McCOY DEMING Geography; B.S., Union University,- M.A., Ed.D., George Peobody College. JO ANN LUMPKIN EASON Art; B.F.A., Newcomb College, Tulane University; M.A., Bryn Mowr College; Academiadi Belli Arti, Florence, Italy; Art Students ' League, New York. TOM EASON Business; B.S., Union University; M.B.A., University of Mississippi. CHARLES VERNON FARMER Music; B.M.E., Murray State College; M.M., American Conservatory; Ph.D., Chicago Musical College, Univer- sity of Chicago. LAURESON FORRESTER Bio-Social; B.S., M.A., Peabody College; Iowa State College; University of Chicago; Columbia University. THELMA BRINDLEY GOODWIN English; Lelond Powers School; B.A., Athens College; M.A., George Peabody College; Ed.S. TED LEWIS HAMMOCK Director of Residence for Men; B.A., M.A., University of Georgia. HARRIS HARVILL Education; Mercer University; B.A., Georgia Teachers College; M.A., Ph.D., Peabody College. NELLIE WALKER HITT Fourth Grade Supervising Teacher; B.S., Georgia State College for Women; M.A., Columbia University. ARUTHUR BRUTON HOPPER, JR. English; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., Uni- versity of North Carolina. JOHN HUYCK Music; B.A., Hortwick College; M.M., University of Ari- zona; Syracuse University. FOY INGRAM Director of the Laboratory School; B.S., Troy State Col- lege; M.A., Ed.S., George Peabody College; Columbia University. JOSEPH ALHPONSE JAMES English and Foreign Languages; B. es L., Universite La- val; A.B., Bates College; M.A., West Virginia University; D. en L,, Universidad de Granda, Spain. ROY E. JEFFCOAT Director of Special Services; B.S., Troy State College; M.S.E., Auburn University; Harvard University; Columbia University. HAROLD JENSON Business; B.S., University of Utah; M.S., Brigham Young University. PATRICIA THORNTON JOHNSON Art; B.S., Troy State College. RENWICK CARLISLE KENNEDY English and Field Services; A.B., Erskine College; B.D. Erskine Theological Seminary; M.Th., Princeton; D.D., Sterling College. MARY HOWARD LOCKRIDGE English;, A.B., George Washington University; M.A., George Peabody College; University of London. MELVIN LUCAS Physical Education,- B.S., Troy State College,- M.A., George Peabody College. OCTAVIA WRIGHT MARTIN Director of Shackelford Hall. THOMAS JEFFFERSON McCLAIN Associate Registrar; B.S., Troy State College,- M.A., George Peabody College. RICHARD WAYNER MELVIN Music; B.M., Illinois Wesloyan University,- M.M.Ed., In- diana University. THELMA CATES MERSHON Librarian; B.A., University of Georgia; B.S. in L.S., George Peabody College. MARTHA FIELDS MIXSON Second Grade Supervising Teacher; B.S., Troy State Teachers College; M.A., George Peabody College. PAUL LAFAYETTE MUSSLEMAN History; B.S., Florence State Teachers College; M.S., M.A., Alabama Polytechnic Institute. HORACE JACK NELSON Education; B.S.E., Arkansas State College; M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University. JAMES FRANK O ' NEAL Mathematics; B.A., Vanderbilt University; M.R.E., South- western Baptist Theological Seminary; M.A., Columbia University. WILLIAM HOWARD PAGE English; B.S., Middle Tennessee State College; M.A., George Peabody College. ANNETTE SHACKELFORD PARKS Assistant Librarian; B.S., Troy State Teachers College. CLOYD WOODROW PASKINS History; B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College; M.A., Duke University; University of California; Louisiana State Uni- versity; University of Pittsburgh; Syracuse University. JAMES HIRAM PATRENOS Music; B.S., Troy State College; B.M., M.A., Chicago Musical College. ROBERT COCHRAN PAXSON Art; B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College; M.S., Penn- sylvania State University. OLIVIA KIRBY RAINER Music; B.A., Western Kentucky State Teachers College; New York University; Western Kentucky State College. ROSALYN RAY English; A.B., Mercer University; M.A., George Peabody College. ERNEST DUWARD RIGGSBY Science; B.S., Tennessee Polytechnic Institute; B.A., M.A., Ed.S., George Peabody College. JANETTE STOUT ROSENBERG English; University of Pittsburg; B.A., Elon College; M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University. " OCT CI 0 l ' Wii J ' mit 9 M •« Mi 1 SARAH RAULSTON House Director; A.B., B.S., Troy State College. ETHEL SANDERS Assistant Librarian; B.S., Troy State College; B. 5. in L.S., Louisiana State University. KERLIN McCULLOUGH SEITZ Geography; B.S., Northeast Missouri State College; M.A., George Peabody College; Ph.D., University of Wiscon- sin. WILLIAM SIRMON Business; B.S., Mississippi Southern College; M.S., Mis- sissippi Southern College. KATE GREENE SHELBURNE Director of Residence of Women; B.S., M.Ed., Alabama Polytechnic Institute. JAMES SOLES Mathematics; B.S., Troy State College; M.A., University of Alabama. MARION ELLEN SOLOMON Third Grade Supervising Teacher; B.S., M.S., Troy State College. JACK SOLOMON English; B.A., Troy State College; M.A., Teachers Col- lege Columbia University; Ed.S., George Peabody Col- lege. GILBERT ORION SPENCER Science; B.S., Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., George Peabody College; University of Alabama. BROOKS THOMPSON History; B.S., M.A., Ph.D., University of Alabama. ALICE GREEN THORNTON Art; B.A., East Central State College of Oklahoma; M.A., Columbia University; University of Arkansas; Ohio State University. McKELLAR TOWNES English; A.B., Howard College; B.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.A., University of Alabama. FREDDIE PAULINE TRANUM Business Education; B.A., Howard College; M.A., Co- lumbia University; University of Texas; Texas Christian University. LEONARD YOUNG TRAPP History and Social Science; Abilene Christian College; B.A., Florence State Teachers College; M.A., Ph.D., George Peabody College. LEVI STANFORD VANDERFORD Education; A.B., M.A., University of Alabama; Yale Uni- versity; Columbia University; George Peabody College. EDWIN DAVIS WALTER Art; A.B., M.A., University of Missouri; University of Oklahoma. EARL GRANT WATSON Physical Education; B.S., Michigan State University; Ed.M., Ed.D., University of Buffalo. TEX KILPATRICK WHALEY Sixth Grade Supervising Teacher; B.S., Troy State Col- lege; M.A,, University of Alabama. DAVID CARL WIDDOWSON Bio-Social and Consultant in Medical Technology,- B.S., M.S., University of Alabama,- M.Ed., Ed.D., George Pea- body College; R.M.T. A r ELEANOR WORTHEN WILLIAMSON Fifth Grade Supervising Teacher; B.A. Florida; M.A., University of Alabama. University of ROBERT WESLEY WILLIFORD Director of Pace Hall; B.S., Troy State College; M.S., Troy State College. i FACULTY PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE JOHN ARTHUR ARCHER Physical Education; B.A., Arkansas State Teachers College; M.S., University of Arkan- sas; University of Mississippi. NICHOLAS GEORGE COSTES Physical Education; B.S., Slippery Rock State Teachers College; M.E., Boston University. ROBERT AUSTIN DIETZ Science; B.S., The Principia College; M.A,, Washington University of St. Louis, Ph.D., Henry Show School of Botany, Washington University. VIOLET GROSS ERVIN Music: B.A., Tennessee College; Mus. B., Chicago Musical College; M.S., Troy State College; George Peabody College. HANNA GILLION Physical Education; B.S., Alabama College; M.S., University of Tennessee. MOHAMED KIAN Education; B.S., Utah State University; M.S., Utah State University. DOROTHY JO LOVEH Physical Education; B.S., North Texas State College; M.S., University of Tennessee. BESS McCANN Registrar; B.S., M.A., George Peabody College. WOODROW DANIELS McLAUGHLIN Bio-Social; B.S., Fairmont State Teachers Co.iege; M.S., West Virginia University. LUCILLE HALL MUSSLEMAN English; B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute; M.S., M.A., Alabama Polytechnic Institute. HENRY EUGENE STERKX History; B.A., Louisiana State University; Ph.D., University of Alabama. ISABEL V. L. WATSON Physical Education; B.S., Western Michigan University; University of Michigan. LUCY McLEOD WHITE Assistant Librarian; B.S., University of Alabama; B.L.S., University of Wisconsin. WINGATE WILSON Bio-Social; B.S., University of Kentucky; M.S., University of Tennessee; University of Virginia. ANTOINETTE WHALEY Director of Cowart Hall; Troy Normal School. STAFF PERSONNEL Mrs. Thelma Mershon Mrs. Martha K. Rose Mrs. Leolo Ingram Folmor Mrs. Martha S. Ward J. B. Clements Bess McCann Thomas J. McCloin Mrs. Kate G. Shelburne Ted L. Hammock Robert Williford Mrs. Antoinette Wholey Mrs. Octavia Martin Mrs. Lucille Boyd Mrs. Leigh Watkins Mrs. Dorothy Starling Mrs. Wease Rose Mrs. G. O. Spencer Mrs. Eva Leverette Miss Mary Rich Librarian Secretary Accountant Dietitian Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Registrar Associate Registrar Director of Residence for Women Director of Residence for Men Director of Pace Hall Director of Cowart Hall Director of Shackelford Hall Social Director Supervisor of Building Care Bookstore Manager Postmaster Student Center Food Service Manager College Nurse College Nurse ii hT •1 F ' . ir.A c L A S S E S BATES, JOE Troy B.S., English Troy State Ministerial Association, President. BEARD, BENNY Troy B.S., Business Administration, Govel Club. BELL, JOHN MARTIN Atmore B.S. Mathematics Science Club, Vice President,- Argonauts. BELL, NAOMI WHITEHEAD Phenix City B.S., English Adelphes; Athenium Club. ABERCROMBIE, GLENDA Troy B.S., Elementary Education Transfer from Alabama Christian College; Spires; Play- makers. ADAMS, ANNE Clayton B.S., Elementary Education ALPIN, JANICE FAYE Chapman B.S., Elementary Education Transfer from Alabama Christian College; Spires. BAKER, MARTHA KATE Louisville B.S., Business Education Choir, B.U.S.; B.S.U. Greater Council; S.N.E.A. BARGANIER, NAN Fort Deposit B.S., English Transfer from Alabama Christian College; Ploymakers; Spires. BARROWS, GEORGE A Eufaula B.S., Business BLACK, OLENE Evergreen B.S., Business Education W.A.A.; P. E. Majors Club; Adelphes; Who ' s Who; Shackle- ford House Council; Senior Class President; Cowart House Council; Notari Club; President ' s Council; Kappa Delta Pi. BLACKSHEAR, REBA DAVIDSON Mayo, Fla. B.S., Business Education BLALOCK, MELANIE Andalusia B.S., English Athenaum Club; Choir; Tropolitan Staff; Spires, Sec.-Treas.; Palladium Staff; Who ' s Who; Kappa Delta Pi. BOTTOMS, JANICE Block B.S., Physical Education B.S.U. Greater Council; Adelphes; W.A.A., Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer; P.E.M. ' s Club; Spires, Vice-President; W.A.A. Letter; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretory; W.A.A. Recogni- tion Award; S.N.E.A.; S.G.A., Treasurer. BOWERS, JAMES B Greenville B.S., History Transfer, Lee College. BOWMAN, BOBBY Opp B.S., Business Administration Transfer, Auburn University; Notari Club; Specs Club; Choir; Gavel Club. % 1 p7 S. . «»r a»- BRYAN, JUNE Goshen B.S., Elementary Education S.N.E.A. BURDEAUX, RUTH Georgiana B.S., Elementary Education Band, Concert and Marching; Cowart Hall House Council; Choir; Wesley Fellowship, Treasurer; Ploymokers; S.N.E.A.; Palladium Staff; Counselor; Shockleford House Council. CALLIHAN, BETTY LOU Lynn Haven, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, South Eastern Bible College; Chi Alpha. CAMPBELL, BILL Brantley B.S., Social Science, Physical Education Varsity Baseball; T Club. CLANTON, JAMES ALPHEUS Eupora, Miss. B.S., History, Physical Education Transfer, Holmes Junior College; Circle K, Vice-President, President; Football, Letterman; Track, Letterman; T Club; Pace Hall, President; S.N.E.A. CLARY, EVON Milton, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Troyettes; B S.U., Greater Council. CLIFFORD, ROBERT W Pensacola, Fla. B.S., Social Sciences, History Transfer, Florida State University. CONLEY, WARREN Bartow, Fla. B.S., Business Administration, History COOK, JAMES Montgomery B.S., Physical Education, History Varsity Tennis; T Club. COPE, OSCAR T Union Springs B.S., English, History-Social Science Tropolitan, Reporter, Columnist; Choir. CAMPBELL, JOYCELYN DALE Fort Walton Beach, Fla. B.S., English-Art, Psychology Playmakers; Adelphes; Junior Class, Senator; S.G.A., Clerk; Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer; Shackelford, President; Home- coming Attendant. CAMPBELL, LOIS Georgiana B.S., Elementary Education B.S.U., Freshman Council, Greater Council, Executive Coun- cil, Secretary, Missions Chairman, Southside Representative; Adelphes; Athenaeum Club. CANADA Y, RICHARD Troy B.S., History, English WALKER, BILLIE Troy B.S., Math, General Science Square Root of C Club; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta Pi. COWEN, MARY Elba B.S., Elementary Education Athenaeum Club. COZORT, HELEN Troy B.S., History Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President; History Honor Society. Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. CREEL, NELSON HUIE Sprott B.S., Business Administration, History CURTIS, JOHN ROBERT Troy B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science, Chemistry ] jrtr .IS. ■ 1 DONALDSON, JOHN HAROLD DeFuniok Springs, Flo. B.S., Phyisical Education, History, Social Science Transfer, Chipola Junior College,- Alpha Phi Omega. DRAKE, DAVID DeFuniok Springs, Flo. B.S., History, Social Science, English Transfer, Chipola Junior College. EDDINGS, GLENDA Columbus, Go. B.S., English, History Adelphes, S.G.A., Treasurer; Glamour, Best Dressed; Junior Class Beauty; Spires; Kappa Delta Pi; Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. ELLIS, CARLTON B Niceville, Flo. B.S., Physical Science, Mathematics Transfer, Chipola Junior College; Dean ' s List; Choir; S.N.E.A.; Science Club; Kappa Delta Pi. EUBANKS, E. SUE Pensocolo, Flo. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Pensacola Junior College; Westminster Fellowship; Palladium Staf , Feature Editor; W.A.A.; S.N.E.A.; Choir; Freshman Counselor. FAIRCLOTH, JOHN Brundidge B.S., Physical Education, History, Social Science Transfer, Southern Union; Football, All A.C.C., Captain of Football Team; T Club. Jiifc . FLOYD, ANITA Troy B.S., Elementary Education FOLSOM, PAT New Brockton B.S., Mathematics, French, Business Administration FREELS, LOUISE Greenville B.S., English, History, Social Studies FREEMAN, JUDY Fayette B.S., Art, Psychology Transfer, Alabama Christian College,- Spires; Playmakers. - • •v FROEHLICH, EDWARD W., JR Pensocolo, Flo. B.S., History, English, General Science Transfer, Iowa State University,- Intramurals,- Tropolitan, Reporter, Photographer; S.G.A., Senator, Chief Justice, Judicial Body; Tropolitan, Editor ' s Aide d ' Camp. V- - - lb Mkm ig| -jb GOODSON, ROY Andalusio B.S., Business Administration, History Gavel Club. GREENAWAY, MARY New Brockton B.A., English, French, History, Social Studies GRIFFIN, MARY LOU Boy Minette B.S., Business Administration, Secretarial Science, History W.A.A,; Notari Club. GRIGGERS, JUDY Greenville B.S., Business Administration, History Adelphes, Wesley Foundation. FULGHAM, FRANK Manchester, Go. B.S., Mathematics, Chemistry, Physical Science Football; T Club; Track; Square Root of C Club; Science Club. GRIMES, EULANE Troy HAM, MARGARET Graceville, Flo. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Chipola Jr. College. HASTY, BARBARA Webb B.S., Business Education, History Circle K Sweetheart. HATFIELD, MARGARET Black B.S., Elementary Education, Art Choir. HERRING, JAMES Midland City B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Band; Cross Country,- T Club; Alpha Phi Omega; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. HICKS, CAROLYN M Ramer B.S., English, Social Studies Kappa Delta Pi HOUK, DONA Monroeville B.A., English, French Cowart House Council; Choir; W.A.A.; Program Chairman International Relations Club; President of Lee House; Vice- President of Senior Class; Administration Editor of Palladium Staff; S.N.E.A.; President of International Relations Club; President ' s Council; Women ' s Executive Council; Kappa Delta Pi. HOWARD, MARTHA SUE Letohatchie B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Alabama Christian College. HOWELL, MAX Prattville B.S., Physical Education, Science Transfer, Hines Junior College; Football; T Club; All A.C.C. HUDSON, ANN Roanoke B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Southern Union College, Jacksonville State Col- lege; Palladium Staff. % JENNINGS, ART Fort Walton Beach, Flo. B.S., Art, Biology Transfer, Pensocolo Junior College; Conterbury Club; Art Club, Vice-President; 491 Honors Course. JONES, JUANITA Troy B.S., English, Business, Psychology Choir; S.E.T,; Notori Club. JONES, ROBERT ELTON Ocala, Flo. B.S., History, Social Science Transfer, Florida State and Central Florida Junior College; Troy State Golf Team; Alabama Collegiate Conference Medalist; T Club; Alpha Phi Omega; Executive Council. JONES, SYLVIA Enterprise B.S., English, History, Social Studies Playmakers; Collegiate Singers; B.S.U., Vespers Chairman, Social Chairman; S.N.E.A., Secretary. JUSTICE, POLLY Hartford B.S., Mathematics, History V .A.A.; Adelphes; Square Root of C Club; Spires; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta Pi; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. KELLY, CAROLINE PELHAM .Andalusia B.S., English, Business Education Tropolitan Staff, Reporter, Feature Editor; Beauty Review; Collegiate Singers. HUGHES, JIMMY Panama City, Fla. B.S., English, History, Social Studies JACKSON, BOBBY LaFayette B.S., English, History Transfer, Southern Union College; Tropolitan Staff. JACKSON, THOMAS D Glenwood B.S., History, Physical Education Transfer, Auburn University; International Relations Club, Secretary, Treasurer. JEFFCOAT, BETTY Luverne B.S., Elementary Education, History KELLY, JAMES E. JR Hartford B.S., Business Adniinisfration, History KHAKSARI, MAHMOUD Tehranjran B.S., Mathematics, Science KING, CATHERINE DeFuniak Springs, Fla. LEE, BARBARA ANN Hartford B.S., Englisti, History, Social Science Tropolitan Staff; Cowart Hall House Council; Wesley Fellow- ship; Palladium Staff; Senate; S.N.E.A.; Judicial Committee; Senior Class, Secretary. m LEE, BETTY LOU Ozark B.S., English, Music Collegiate Singers; M.E.N.C; S.N.E.A. LEE, GLORIA Troy B.S., Elementary Education, History S.N.E.A. LEFTWICH, ROBERT Fort Walton Beacfi, Fla. B.S., History, English, Psychology Cross Country Team; Baseball, Manager; T Club; I.R.C., President; President ' s Council; Junior Class, Senator; Debate Club, Vice-President, President; Track Team Manager; Senior Class Senator; S.N.E.A.; Canterbury Club. LEVERETTE, CARL Brundidge B.S., History, English Tropolitan, Editor; Kappa Delta Pi; Playmokers. LOWRY, FLAY Jack B.S., English, General Science Collegiate Singers; B.S.U., Music Chairman; Summer Mis- sionary to Hawaii; M.E.N.C. McBRIDE, PATRICIA Greenville B.S., English, General Science Cowart Hall, President; Cowart Hall House Council; Adel- phes; Senate; S.G.A., Social Committee; Spires, President; Freshman Counselor; Junior Class President; Playmokers. m. i ■ Troy MEEKS, JOHNNIE Opp B.S., Business Education, Hitsory, Social Studies MENDHEIM, JUNE Dothan B.S., Physical Education, History Adelphes; W.A.A., Vice-President; P.E. Major ' s Club, Secre- tary-Treasurer. MESSER, JACQUELINE Grand Ridge, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, Psychology Transfer, Chipola Junior College. MILLER, FRANK Jakin, Ga. B.S., Mathematics, Physical Education Basketball; Sophomore Class President; President ' s Council; Kappa Delta Pi; S.N.E.A.; Tennis; Senior Class Senator. McDANIEL, MARTHA B.S., Elementary Education Collegiate Singers. McLURE, MARTHA ANN Clayton B.S., Mathematics, History, Social Studies Freshman Class Senator; B.S.U., Greater Council, Executive Council, Publicity Chairman; Sophomore Class Secretary; Adelphes; S.N.E.A.; Square Root of C Club; Women ' s Judi- ciary Council. McWATERS, BURYLE Enterprise B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Spec, President; Square Root of C Club; Argonauts; T Club; S.N.E.A., Vice-President; Track Team; President ' s Council. MANN, ROY HAROLD, JR Wildwood, Fla. B.S., Physical Education, History Transfer, Chipola Junior College, Central Florida Junior College; Alpha Phi Omego; Basketball Manager. MARTIN, BURTON Troy MASSEY, RUTH Selma B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Asbury College; Wesley Fellowship, World Chris- tian Community Chairman, President; Religious Council, Secretary; W. A. A. MOORE, RAYMOND S Birmingham B.S., History, Social Studies, Physical Science Alpha Phi Omega. MORGAN, WAYNE Brantley B.S., English, History S.N.E.A. MORROW, MARY SUE Elba B.A,, Music, English, French Collegiate Singers; M.E.N.C; Women ' s Music Club, Presi- dent; Adelphes, Senior Member; Concert Band; Mary M. Salmon Music Scholarship; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President; Spires; S.N.E.A., President; Alabama S.E.A., President; Women ' s Executive Committee, President; Women ' s Judi- ciary Committee; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Order of the Latch Key; S.G.A., Secretary. MURPHREE, JOE E Prottvilie B.S., Art, Biological Science Band; B.S.U.; S.N.E.A.; Art Club. NEWTON, CHARLES E Greenville B.S., Business, History, Social Studies NICHOLS, BARBARA Altha, Ga. B.S., Elementary Education, Psychology Transfer, Chipola Junior College; Cowort House Council. KLbt i ,► » k NICHOLS, DOROTHY Two Egg, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, Music Transfer, Chipola Junior College; Wesley Fellowship; S.N.E.A. NORRIS, CORINE Goshen B.S., Elementary Education, History NORTON, ELLEN Panama City, Fla. B.S., Physical Education W.A.A.; Choir; P.E. Majors Club; T Club; S.N.E.A. OLIVER, BETTY JANE Panama City, Fjo. B.S., Elementary Education, Art Transfer, Gulf Coast Junior College; Wesley Fellov ship; W.A.A., Representative; S.N.E.A. X Jtml ' i f Tf ■ " " x i. PARKER, MARILYN TERRY Marianna, Flo. B.S., Business Education, Music Transfer, Chipola Junior College,- S.N.E.A.,- Choir,- B.S.U., Executive Council. PASCHAL, BOBBY Enterprise B.S., Business, History Notari Club, Advertising Manager,- Gavel Club; Palladium, Advertising Manager. PAYNE, CHARLES HILLMAN Selma B.S., Physical Education Transfer, University Alabama,- Physical Education Majors Club; S.N.E.A. PEACOCK, O. PERRY Union Springs B.S., Business Administration, English Notari Club. PENNINGTON, BILL Panama City, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science, History Transfer, Georgia Southwestern College, Gulf Coast Junior College; Baseball; Intramurals, Director; Toastmasters Club. PHILLIPS, BILLY GUN Cordele, Ga. B.S., Business, History- Transfer, Middle Georgia College; Gavel Club. OWEN, SAMMY Blakely, Ga. B.S., Physical Education PALACIO, HUMBERTO. .Medellin, Colombia, S.A. B.S., Business, Economics PALACIO, LUIS A Medeliin, Colombia, S.A. B.S., Business Administration, Social Studies PARK, HAN YOUNG Seoul, Korea B.S., Business Administration, Marketing Transfer, Wisconsin State College; Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer; Pace Hall House Council. -T PHILLIPS, CECIL R Atmore B.S., Medical Technology Argonauts, Secretary, Treasurer. PHILPOT, GLORIA Camden B.S., Elementary Education B.S.U., Y.W.A. President, Missions Chairman, State Interna- tional Student Representative, Devotional Chairman; Cowart Hall House Council. POWELL, PATSY M Elba B.S., Physical Education, History W.A.A.; Kappa Delta Pi PRESNELL, JAMES Panama City, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, Psychology Transfer, Chipola Junior College PRINCE, YVETTE Wedowee B.A., English, French Transfer, Southern Union Junior College; Spires; Kappa Delta Pi. PRIME, MYENA VIVIAN Day, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, North Florida Junior College; Collegiate Singers; S.N.E.A. PRITCHETT, JUDITH N Montgomery B.S., Music, English Freshman Class Vice-President; Madrigals, President; Col- legiate Singers, Secretary; Music Educators National Confer- ence; Adelphes; Sophomore Class Vice-President; M.E.N. C, Vice-President; Spires; Women ' s Music Club, Vice-President; Kappa Delta Pi; S.N.E.A.; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. PURNELL, ANN KILCREASE Kinston B.S., Physical Education, History S.N.E.A. REDDICK, OTHA Vernon, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, History REED, ROBERT L Troy B.S., Business Administration, History I.R.C. SANDERS, SARA CATHERINE Goshen B.S., Physical Education, History SASSER, WAYNE CARSON Baker, Fla. B.S,, Mathematics, Physical Science Transfer, University of Florida; Square Root of C Club; Physics Achievement Av ard; Specs Club. SCHLICH, MAYBELLE Loxley B.S., Elementary Education, English S.G.A., Judiciary Body; Playmokers; Outstanding Freshman Girl; Westminster Fellowship, Secretary, Treasurer; Adel- phes; S.N.E.A.; Homecoming Attendant; Cheerleader; Christ- mas Queen; Social Committee; Kappa Delta Pi. SELLERS, DUTCHIE Montgomery B.S., Elementary Education Collegiates; Choir; Cov art House Council; S.N.E.A. RHODES, LINDA Foley B.S., Social Studies, English Religious Council, Secretary, Treasurer; Wesley Fellowship, Chairman; Choir; S.N.E.A. RODGERS, GENE O ' BRIEN Daleville B.S., Business Administration, History Debate Club; Intramurals; Pep Club; Notari Club, Program Chairman; Gavel Club. RODGERS, ELOISE Red Level B.S., Elementary Education Adelphes; Tropoliton, Reporter, Make-up Editor; Kappa Delta Pi, Historian; Playmokers. ROGERS, WALTER RAY Fort Deposit B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Science Club; Square Root of C Club, President; Presidents ' Council; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta Pi, President; Argonauts; Circle K; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Alpha Phi Omega; S.G.A., Vice-President, Senate. RUSHING, DYKES T Elba B.S., Physical Science, Mathematics, History Transfer, Univeristy of Alabama. RYALS, CLARENCE E Eufaula B.S., Business Administration, History WETHERBEE, JOHN PERRON, JR Camden B.S., Business Administration, History, Social Studies Transfer, Auburn University, Howard College; Gavel Club, Treasurer. WHIGHAM, THELIA Samson B.S., Business Education Adelphes, President; Presidents ' Council; Notari Club, Sec- retary; S.G.A., Secretary; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta Pi. WHITE, WILLIAM Enterprise B.S., Business Administration, History Pace Proctor; Gavel Club, President; Palladium Business Manager; Assistant Director of Pace Hall; Notari Club, Re- porter; Presidents ' Council; Who ' s Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges. WILLIAMS, BECKY Panama City, Fla. B.S., Business Education, Mathematics WILLIAMS, LEW EARLE Tangerine, Fia. B.S., History, Social Science, Psychology International Relations Club; S.G.A. Judicial Body; Debate Club, Secretory-Treasurer. WILLIAMSON, PEGGY Talladega B.S., English, History W.A.A.; Troyettes; Playmakers; S.N.E.A. WOOTEN, AGNES INEZ Blounstown, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, History, Social Studies Choir. WORD, PAUL Eufaula B.S., Physical Education, English Freshman Basketball; Physical Education Majors Club; Var- sity Basketball; Tropolitan Staff; All Conference First Team Alabama Collegiate Conference; T Club President. ]M.IM YEAKLE, JOHN F Sanford, Fla. B.S., Biological Science, Physical Science, Art YOUNG, GAIL Ozark B.S., English, History, Social Studies JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Mary Lou Calloway, Vice-President Barbara Mixson, Secretary-Treasurer Bobbie Weeks, President Don Cargill, Senator Ann Jackson, Senator SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Mary Elizabeth Prescott, Secretary-Treasurer Gerie Bledsoe, President Rod Grant, Vice-President Michael Simonetti, Senator FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Carol Jones, Senator Shirley Hughes, Secretary-Treasurer Johnny Butler, Vice-President Frank Moore, President George Bauer, Senator JUNIORS SOPHOMORES and FRESHMEN JkMA M AARON, MARIE Freshman, Wetumpka ADAMS, GERIE Freshman, Ashford ADAMS, NORMA SUE Sophomore, Clayton ALFORD, LINDA Sophomore, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. ALLEN, ELLA KATE Sophomore, Elba ALLEN, REBECCA Junior, Enterprise ANCHORS, LARRY Junior, Niceville, Fla. ANDRESS, DON Sophomore, Greenville ANDERSON, JOYCE Sophomore, Ft. Walton Beach, Flo. ANDERSON, RAMONA Sophomore, Gotun, Canal Zone ANDRESS, LARRY Freshman, Enterprise ANDREWS, MARTIE Sophomore, Pensacola, Fla. APLIN, CHARLES Sophomore, Florala APLIN, WILLIAM Freshman, Newton ARNOLD, BETTY Freshman, Geneva ATHEY, MARY Freshman, Burkville -. mC Ji AUSLEY, ANNETTE Junior, Geneva AUTREY, JOE Junior, Greenville BAGGETT, BRENDA Sophomore, Columbus, Ga. BAILEY, JUDY Freshman, McWilliams BAILEY, WILLIAM R. Sophomore, Dothon BAKER, SARA Freshman, Louisville BALKOM, FAYE Junior, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. BARLOW, LANA CLAIRE Sophomore, Costleberry BARLOW, SARAH Freshman, Mobile BARNES, JAMES Freshman, Florala BARNETT, JAMES Sophomore, Atmore BARRON, JANE Freshman, Troy BATES, ALCYONE Sophomore, Union Springs BATES, LARRY Freshman, Troy BAUER, GEORGE Freshman, Mobile BAXLEY, DAISY Junior, Slocomb BAXTER, LILLIAN ANN Freshman, Panama City, Fla. BECKHAM, DIANNE Freshman, Brevvton BELCHER, PENNY Junior, Dothan BELL, LESLIE Freshman, Selma BELL, PEGGY Freshman, Atmore BENNETT, EVA LEE Freshman, Montgomery BENNETT, PEGGY Sophomore, Andalusia BENNETT, WANDA Freshman, McKenzie f 1 1 r " BENTON, ALICE Junior, Opp BENTON, NOEL Freshman, NAontgomery BESS, EUGENE Sophomoro, Kinifon BILLINGSLEY, CLARK Freshman, Billingsley BILLINGSLEY, HARDIN Freshman, Mobile BLACK, C. L. Sophomore, Montgomery BLACK, JANICE Sophomore, Georgiana BLACKBURN, RAY Junior, Georgiana BLACKBURN, REX Freshman, Georgiana BLACKWELL, CAROL Freshmen, Montgomery BLACKWELL, MARTHA Freshman, Niceville, Fla. BLAKE, ED Sophomore, Lisbon, Conn. BLANTON, ALICE Freshman, Brundidge BLANTON, GLORIA Freshman, Excel BLEDSOE, GERIE Sophomore, Ft. Walton, Fla. BOAN, KEN Junior, Baker, Flo. BODENSTEIN, CAL Junior, Madison, Flo. BOLENDER, PAT Junior, Brewton BOLIN, GLENDA Sophomore, Slocomb BOOKER, PAT Sophomore, Pensacola, Fla. BOOKER, WAYNE Junior, Evergreen BOONE, BILLY Freshman, Monroeville BOTTS, LINDA Freshman, Bonks BOUTWELL, PEGGY Junior, Greenville BOUTWELL, PRESTON Sophomore, Opp BOWEN, MARY Freshman, Fairhope BOYD, CAROL Freshman, Kissimmee, Flo. BOYD, RITA Freshman, Louisville BOZEMAN, DRUSILLA Sophomore, Dozier BOZEMAN, WEBSTER P. Sophomore, Dozier BRACKEN, LAVENIA Freshman, Brewton BRADLEY, BOB Freshman, Monroeville BRIDGES, JO ANN Sophomore, Camden BROADAWAY, MILDRED Freshman, Clayton BROCK, JOAN Sophomore, Panama City, Fla. BROOKS, CAROL Freshman, Montgomery BROOKS, MARSHALL Freshman, Montgomery BROWN, JOHN A. Junior, Atmore BROWN, LANA Freshman, Crestview, Fla. BRUCE, BILLY Sophomore, Selma BRYAN, MYRA Junior, Andalusia BRYAN, PAT Freshman, Brewton BRYAN, YVONNE Freshman, Elba BRYANT, CLAYTON Freshman, Straughn BRYANT, SARAH Freshman, Dothan BRYARS, BECKY Freshman, Bay Minette BRYARS, VIRGINIA Freshman, Boy Minette BUCHANAN, RANDALL Sophomore, Madison, Fla. 00 i BUCKELEW, FAYE Fro ' .fiman, Opp BUCKELEW, GLENDA Sophomore, Opp BUCKNER, JUDY Frc- lirnun, Blakely, Ga. BUCKWATER, PAT Froshmon, Montgomery BURCH, MICHAEL Sophomore, Phem City BURGESS, SUSAN Freshman, Ft. Wolton Beach, Flo. BURKEH, CECELIA Freshman, Elba BURKS, DIANNE Freshman, Birmingham BURNS, PAT Junior, Phenix City BURROUGHS, RON Sophomore, Savannah, Ga. BUSH, LARRY Sophomore, Phenix City BUTGEREIT, CHARLOTTE Sophomore, Fairhope BUTLER, GLORIA Sophomore, Montgomery BUTLER, JOHNNY Freshman, Andalusia BYRD, DEAN Freshman, Dothon CADE, JANICE FAYE Sophomore, Live Oak, Flo. CAIN, LINDA Freshman, Enterprise CALDWELL, MARY ANN Freshman, Phenix City CALLOWAY, MARY SUE Junior, Morionna, Flo. CANALES, NERIEDA Sophomore, Ft. Rucker CANALES, SUE Sophomore, Elberton, Ga. CANFIELD, BUTCH Freshman, Enterprise CARDEN, JUDY Freshman, Atmore CARGILL, DON Junior, Troy CARLTON, BOB Sophomore, Andalusia CARR, HOWARD Junior, Niceville, Fla. CARROLL, YVONNE Freshman, Abbeville CARTER, MARY Sophomore, Georgiana CERVERA, NICK Junior, Brooklyn, N.Y. CHANCELLOR, BARBARA Freshman, Linwood CHANCELLOR, EARL S. Freshman, Bay Minette CHANCEY, SHIRLEY Sophomore, Ozark CHANCEY, SUSAN Freshman, Cottonton CHAPMAN, DANNIE Freshman, Columbus, Ga. CHEATHAM, JEAN Freshman, Greenville CHERRY, MARY Freshman, Eufaula CLARK, BOBBY Sophomore, Selma CLARK, JO ANN Freshman, Andalusia CLARY, BETTY Junior, Florala COBB, SUZANNE Freshman, Pensacola, Fla. COCHRAN, MAC Freshman, Atlanta, Georgia COFTY, PATSY Freshman, Colquitt, Ga. COKER, JOHN JR. Sophomore, Troy COLE, BEHIE Junior, Tollossee COLEMAN, CAROLYN Freshman, Prichard COLEMAN, HULDA Junior, Hayneville COLLIER, SUSAN Junior, Malone, Fla. COLOMBO, CHRIS Junior, Kissimmee, Fla. A r 19 : diMi M COLVIN, BEHY Freshman, DeFuniok Springs, Fla. CONDREY, SUE Sophomore, Groceville, Fla. CONLEY, DALE Freshman, Bartow, Fla. CONLEY, PAUL Sophomore, Bartow, Fla. CONNER, WINK Sophomore, Montgomery COOKE, SANDRA Freshmari, Bainbrldge, Ga. COOPER, JO ANN Freshman, Baker Hill COOPER, SUSIE Junior, Baker Hill COPELAND, JERRY Freshman, Andalusia COPELAND, OLIN Freshman, Troy COSTON, BETTY Junior, Union Springs COUCH, CHARLES Freshman, Montgomery CROWLEY, JAMES B. Junior, Enterprise CULBRETH, MARGARET Sophomore, Slocomb CULPEPPER, WAYNE Junior, Napier Field CUMMINGS, DEANNA Freshman, Dothan CURETON, VIRGINIA Sophomore, Dothan CURRINGTON, WILLIE Freshman, Union Springs CURRY, DICKEY Freshman, Camden CUTCHEN, LINDA Junior, Headland CUTCHEN, SHEILA Junior, Newville DANIELS, JACKIE Freshman, Evergreen DANSINGER, ROGER Freshman, Pensacola, Fla. DAUGHTRY, CAROLYN Sophomore, Abbeville DAVIS, DORIS Freshman, Wewahitchka, Fla. DAVIS, ELLIS Junior, Kingston DAVIS, JIMMIEA ARIE Sophomore, Laurel Hill, Fla. DAVIS, OMEGA Freshman, Florala DAVIS, THOMAS LARRY Freshman, Phenix City DAVIS, TOINNA Sophomore, Montgomery DAY, V ILLENE Freshman, Brundidge DAYTON, MARTY Sophomore, Largo, Fla. DEAN, BONNIE Sophomore, Oak H ill, Fla. DEAN, DORIS JUNE Freshman, Flomaton DEITHMAN, BOBBIE Freshman, Enterprise DELCAMBRE, CLIFFORD, JR. Freshman, Bayou Labatre DeLOACH, SUE ANN Freshman, Andalusia DELONEY, LINDA Sophomore, Ozark DEWYEA, SHARON Junior, Hollywood, Fla. DIAMOND, HILDA Sophomore, Jay, Fla. DILLINGHAM, DIANNE Freshman, Mobile DeMICHELE, CONRAD Junior, Wilmington, Del. DONALD, LEONARD Freshman, Atmore DONALD, LORRAINE Sophomore, Atmore DONNELL, COLAN Freshman, Bellwood DORSEY, DONNA Sophomore, Opp DRAKE, SUE Sophomore, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. DRANE, KAY Freshman, Ft. Rucker ii 0t f ?♦ ' ■= ' . ' , , I M£i DRIVER, SIBYL Soplioinore, A f Creek DUNN, BRENDA Freshman, Dothan DUNN, JESSIE MARIE F rc- ' Jifnan, lul ' .n, OHo. DUPREE, BOBBIE Freshman, Andalusia DUPREE, CECIL Sophomore, Ashford DURHAM, BOBBIE JEAN Freshman, Cairo, Ga. DYE, JAWONA Freshmari, Geneva EDWARDS, JAMES Junior, Sneads, Fla. ELLIOTE, BILLIE KAYE Freshman, Kissimmee, Fla. ELMORE, LEWIS Freshman, Graceville, Fla. ENFINGER, JAMES R. Freshman, Hartford ENGLISH, JEANETTE Freshman, Greenville ENGLISH, MALCOMB Freshman, Elba ENGLISH, MARGARET Junior, Elba EVERETTE, CAROLYN Freshman, Montgomery EVERETTE, HAYES Junior, Malone, Fla. FALKENBERRY, BILLY Sophomore, Tunnel Springs FAULK, JOHNNY Freshman, Samson FLEMING, ALLAN Junior, Shorterville FLOWERS, ARGIE ANN Freshman, Brundidge FLOYD, JIMMY Junior, Troy FOSHEE, WILLIAM Sophomore, Billingsley FOSTER, EDWARD Freshman, Enterprise FOSTER, WAYLAND Junior, Jay, Fla. FRAZIER, CHARLES Freshman, Atmore FULLER, JENNY Freshman, Mobile FULLER, JOES. Sophomore, Mobile FULLER, STANLEY Sophomore, Mobile FULMER, ARTHUR Sophomore, Montgomery FAQUA, JAMES Freshman, Demopolis GAINES, MARY Junior, Dothon GALLOWAY, THOMAS Sophomore, Hartford GARRETT, MARY Junior, Atmore DUNN, WILLIAM Junior, Montgomery GIBSON, CAREY Freshman, Dozier GIRLING, BETTY Freshman, Dothon GLEATON, MARTHA Freshman, Opp GLOVER, JERRY Freshman, Neston GOBER, SUE Junior, Millbrook GODBY, CHARLES " BUTCH " Freshman, Boinbridge, Ga. GOODMAN, GARY Sophomore, Columbus, Ga. GRANBERRY, PHYLLIS Freshman, Ashford GRANGER, RUTH ANN Freshman, Cottonwood GRANT, ROD Sophomore, Greenville GRANTHAM, JULIAN Junior, Norman Park, Go. GRAY, FRED Freshman, Prattville GRAY, JANET Junior, Bridgeport, Oregon GREGORY, GLENDA Freshman, Greenville 4ili K tMAM ikt tM v • %-. i 7 ♦«- 4 " A, . r I A GREGORY, MOLLY Freshrnon, Tallassee GREGORY, THOMAS Junior, Honoraviilo GREENE, ROSEMARY Sopliornoro, VjroV GREENWOOD, GAYLE Freshman, Greenville GRICE, NOLEEN Freshman, Pensocolo, Flo. GRIFFIN, JEAN Sophomore, Enterprise GRIFFIN, JIMMY Sophomore, Montgomery GRISSETT, JOYCE Junior, Mobile GRISSOM, PEGGY Freshman, Kissimmee, Fla. GROVES, KEN Junior, Pensacola, Fla. GUERNSEY, LINDA Freshman, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. HADLEY, ROBERTA Sophomore, Andalusia HAYGOOD, JOHN Freshman, Evergreen HALE, SANDRA Freshman, Atmore HALL, AMY Freshman, Luverne LUMBARD, NANCY Freshman, Ft. Lauderdale, Flo. HALL, DONALD Freshman, Union Springs HALL, EDWARD Freshman, Dothan HALL, ELAINE Freshman, Ashford HALL, PATRICIA Freshman, Dothan HAMMOND, AL Freshman, Valley Head HAMMONDS, SANDRA Sophomore, East Tallassee HANNAH, LINDA Freshman, Geneva HARBUCK, NELDA Freshman, Enterprise HARRIS, EDWARD Junior, Troy HARRIS, HAROLD Freshman, Columbus, Go. HARRISON, JIMMY Freshman, Elba HATCHER, JOYCE Freshman, Geneva HAWKINS, CHARLES Freshman, Dothan HEATH, DANIEL Freshman, Enterprise HENBY, DONNIE Freshman, Andalusia HENDERSON, MARTHA Freshman, Clanton HENDERSON, PAT Sophomore, Ashford HENLY, STEVE Junior, Prattville HESTER, JO ANNE Freshman, Eufaula HICKS, LARRY Freshman, Midland City HICHAM, SALLY Freshman, Ozark HILTON, REBECCA Freshman, Panama City, Fla. HINSON, DIANNE Freshman, Century, Fla. HINSON, HUBERT Junior, Graceville, Fla. HINTENACH, SANDRA Freshman, Montgomery HINTON, GAYLA Freshman, Montgomery HODGINS, DONNA SUE Junior, Phenix City HOLLY, MICKEY Freshman, Samson HOLLY, MORRIS Freshman, Montgomery HOLLINGSHEAD, THOMAS Junior, Haynesville HOLMES, AMELIA Freshman, Crestview, Fla. HOLMES, MIKE Freshman, Hayneville - - -N , j|»»» » fc. ' W . i ' » ' iiii HOVEY, ANNETTE Freshman, Louisville HOOMES, CAROLYN Freshman, Brewfon HORN, CLAIRE Fro ' JirnMn, Afrnore HORNE, JAMES O ' NEIL Junior, Baker Hill HORNSBY, ANDY Freshman, Tuskegee NORTON, JOYCE Junior, Birmingham HOWARD, HARRY Junior, Lownesboro HOWELL, PATRICIA Freshman, Bay Minette HOWELL, SANDRA Sophomore, Prattville HUGGINS, MARY Freshman, Pineapple HUGHES, DEMARIUS Freshman, Dothan HUGHES, SHIRLEY Freshman, Ozark HUGHES, WANDA Junior, Panama City, Fla. HUNT, ALBERT Sophomore, Glenwood HUNT, CAROL Freshman, Samson HUNT, SHEILA Sophomore, Glenwood INGRAM, DAISEY Freshman, Brundidge JACKSON, ANN Junior, Quincy, Fla. JACKSON, AUBREY Junior, Joy, Fla. JACKSON, DONA Freshman, Andalusia JACKSON, LESLIE Freshman, Brundidge JEFFCOAT, ANN Freshman, Ansley JERNIGAN, DORIS Freshman, Theodore JOHNS, ELIZABETH Freshman, Georgiana JOHNSON, BEHYJANE Freshman, Dothan JOHNSON, GAYNELL Freshman, Natasulga JOHNSON, LARRY Junior, Elmore JOHNSON, LARRY Sophomore, Herndon, Go. JOHNSON, L.T., JR. Junior, Graceville, Flo. JOHNSON, ROY Sophomore, Kinston JOHNSON, SHARON Freshman, Mobile JOHNSON, SUE Freshman, Hartford JOHNSTON, GAIL Freshman, Brundidge JOHNSTON, MARY BORGIA Junior, Montgomery JOHNSTON, YVETTE Freshman, Eufoula JONES, CHARLOTTE Freshman, Opp JONES, FAYE Freshman, Eufoula JONES, JAMES B. Junior, Camden JONES, JEAN Sophomore, Troy JONES, LINDA Freshman, Climax, Go. JONES, HAROLD Freshman, Laurel Hill, Fla. JONES, MARY EVELYN Junior, Samson JONES, NATALIE Junior, Elba JONES, REX Junior, Brewton JORDON, LINDA Freshman, Monroeville JOSEPH, JUDY Freshman, Montgomery JOSEY, LAMAR Freshman, McKinnzie KELLEY, RAY Freshman, Andalusia f iifeixl n % y X 2 t f ■ KELLY, BRENDA Junior, Dofhan KINNINGTON, ALBERT Sophomore, Afmore KIRCHA N, JANE Freshman, Belle Glade, Flo. KERVIN, DOROTHY Freshman, Georgiana KERVIN, RUFUS Junior, McKenzie KEY, MIKE Freshman, Lakeland, Flo. KILLINGSWORTH, THOMAS Freshman, Clayton KILPATRICK, REBECCA Freshman, Laurel Hill, Fla. KINDRED, WAYNE Junior, Montgomery McCULLERS, R. G. Freshman, Greenfield, Ind. KING, CHARLES Freshman, Foley KINNEY, SALLY Sophomore, Montgomery KIHRELL, MARY FRANCES Sophomore, Bonifoy, Fla. KITTRELL, ROBERT Freshman, Phenix City KLOTZ, MARY JANE Freshman, Montgomery KNIGHT, GLADYS Freshman, Columbus, Go. KNIGHT, LINDA Sophomore, LaFayette KRAUSS, CAROLYN Freshman, Elberta LACY, SUE Junior, Geneva LAMBERT, FAYE Freshman, Frisco City LAMBERT, PATRICIA Freshman, New Brockton LAMON, PEGGY Junior, Shreveport, La. LANGE, JOHN Freshman, Montgomery LANGFORD, DONALD Junior, Columbus, Go. LANGFORD, SARAH Freshman, Dothan LAW, SAM Sophomore, Montgomery LAWRENCE, DORIS Freshman, Eufoula LAWRENCE, ELAINE Sophomore, Petrey LAWSON, CAROL Sophomore, Georgiona LeCOMPTE, SARA Freshman, Enterprise LEDBETTER, FLOYD Freshman, Troy LEE, BRENDA Freshman, Excel LEE, MARY ANN Freshman, McKenzie LEE, KATHY Freshman, Montgomery LEWIS, LARRY Freshman, Ramer LILLARD, PAT Junior, Geneva LINDSEY, JANICE Freshman, Marianna, Fla. LOCKE, SHIRLEY Freshman, Ashford LOCKLAR, JANE Junior, Elba LOCKLAR, PAT Freshman, New Brockton LOTT, LARRY Junior, hienderson, Tenn LOWE, SUE Sophomore, Columbus, Go. LOWELL, RAMONA Freshman, Pensacola, Fla. LOWRY, MARTHA Sophomore, Jay, Fla. LUCAS, SANDRA Freshman, Augusta, Ga. LUNSFORD, JOSEPH Freshman, New Brockton LURIE, JERRY Freshman, Dothan LUTZ, CHARLES Freshman, Belle Glade, Fla. LYONS, LEONARD Sophomore, Bayou LoBatre McAULfY, JEANNIE Fri-j .tirrian, Notnsulga McCain, jupY Sophomore, Tollossee McCALL, DOROTHY Freshman, Ozark McCLURE, BARBARA Sophomore, Belle Glade, Fla. McCORD, LINDA Freshman, Montgomery McCUNE, BEN Sophomore, Pensocolo, Fla. McDADE, EVELYN Freshman, Troy McDonald, charles Sophomore, Clayton McDUFFIE, ANN Junior, Somson McDUFFIE, GAIL Sophomore, Phenix City McGINTY, THOMAS Freshman, Riverdole McGLAUN, LAAAAR Junior, Andalusia McGOWIN, JAMES Freshman, Forrest Park, Go. McGOWIN, LINDA Freshman, Pensacola, Fla. MclNNIS, MARGARET Junior, Evergreen MclNNISH, BOO Sophomore, Tallossee McKENZIE, RODNEY junior, Tallossee McLAMB, JERRY DEANE Freshman, Ozark McLAURIN, AUTHERINE Sophomore, Uriah McLAURIN, NELL Sophomore, Uriah McLELLAND, WARREN Freshman, Andalusia McLENDON, JERRY Freshman, Phenix City McLENDON, SUZANNE Freshman, Montgomery McMASTER, MARY JANE Freshman, Montgomery McNEIL, GENE Freshman, Atmore MAHONEY, LINDA Sophomore, Castleberry MANTLE, ANN Freshman, Brewton MANWARING, STEPHEN Freshman, Indianapolis, Ind. MARTIN, HAMIL Junior, Decatur MARTIN, MARTY Freshman, Panama City, Flo. MARTIN, MELINDA Sophomore, Florala MARTIN, WILLIAM ROBERT Freshman, Andalusia MASON, JIMMY A. Junior, Luverne MASON, JERRY G. Junior, Luverne MAUGHON, DONALD Junior, Andalusia MAY, CLAIRE Junior, Troy MEADOWS, LINDA Freshman, Hartford MEDLOCK, TERRELL Sophomore, Pensacola, Flo. MEEK, CHARLOHE Freshman, Elba MELTON, JUDY Freshman, Columbia MENASCO, BARBARA Freshman, Theodore MERRILL, MARY Freshman, Andalusia MESSER, ERNESTINE Sopfiomore, Geneva MILLER, SIDNEY Freshman, Dothan MILLS, MARY SUE Junior, Florala MIMS, JO ELLEN Freshman, Ozark MIXON, MARY EMILY Junior, Ashford Ml JA. [ »v»j ■ All l Mff M ( C UiM MIXON, THAD Froshmari, Foley MIXSON, BARBARA Jufiior, Of ocovillfi, Fla. MIXSON, LINDA Freshman, Eriterprije MIZE, RONALD FrojFi(riari, Atrriore MONK, MARILYN Freshman, Flomafon MOODY, JEAN Sophomore, Luvorne MOONEY, WENDELL Freshman, Opp MOORE, FRANK DONALD Freshman, Andalusia MOORE, SAM Sophomore, Pine Mt., Ga. MOORER,JEAN Freshman, Hardaway MOORER, NELLIE GRACE Freshman, Ft. Deposit MORGAN, JOHNNIE Sophomore, Greenville MORGAN, JUDITH ANN Freshman, Abbeville MORRIS, JUDITH Freshman, Mobile MOSELEY, MALCOM Junior, Selma MOSLEY, DOUGLAS J. Freshman, Greenville MOTE, JIMMIE Freshman, Geneva MULDER, JANE Sophomore, Electic MURPHREE, ERLINE Freshman, Ramer MURPHY, ANNIE LUCILLE Freshman, Bay Minette MURPHY, EDDIE JOYCE Junior, Grand Ridge, Fla. MURPHY, HILLERY Junior, Panama City, Fla. MURPHY, AACK Junior, Abbeville MURPHY, MARY Junior, Panama City, Fla. MURPHY, SHIRLEY Sophomore, Enterprise MURPHY, VENDER Freshman, Panama City, Fla. MURPHY, WAYNE Junior, Tallassee MURRELL, BILLIE Freshman, Hope Hull MUSSELMAN, SONNY Junior, Eufaula NALL, JUDY Junior, Andalusia NELSON, CAROL Sophomore, Hopeville NELSON, CAROLYN Junior, Montgomery NELSON, LYN Freshman, Andalusia NELSON, JANICE Freshman, Milwaukee, Wise. NEWMAN, BEVERLY FAYE Freshman, Ozark NEWSOME, ELAINE Sophomore, Ozark NICHOLS, MACKIE Freshman, Enterprise NOBLIN, JOHN Junior, Tuskeegee NORDAN, LOIS ANN Freshman, Cottonwood NORRIS, CHRISTINE Junior, Ft. Deposit NORTON, BUELAH Freshman, Bakerville O ' GWYNN, PAUL D. Junior, Evergreen OLIVE, CLYDE Freshman, Mobile OLIVE, IRENE Junior, Marianne, Fla. OLIVE, ROBERT Junior, Mobile OLIVER, FAYE Junior, Troy OWEN, FOY Freshman, Highland Home OWENS, ARTHUR J. Junior, Troy JM 1 M m i iii 4 li A i O i. rfC 1 I »■ -c -J r 4. 4 il fiiiiiiJ k4.fe OWENS, DOUGLAS Sophomore, Afmore OWENS, LENORA Frc.- lifnan, Sylacauga PACE, BOB Junior, Jokin, Ga. PARKER, TERRY Freshman, Albany, Go. PARMER, PATRICIA Freshman, Dothan PARRISH, PHYLLIS Freshman, Pensocola, Fla. PARRISH, SHARON Freshman, Dothan PASSMORE, NEIL Sophomore, Decatur, Go. PASSMORE, SANDY Freshman, Decatur, Ga. PATE, BILLY Sophomore, Camden PATTERSON, JAMES Sophomore, Andalusia PAULK, LARRY Junior, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. PAYNE, LEVY, JR. Freshman, Ozark PAYNE, WENDELL Freshman, Ozark PERDUE, ALICE Sophomore, Phenix City PETREY, MARTHA Freshman, Petrey PHILLIPS, JIMMIE SUE Sophomore, Troy PHILLIPS, WAYNE Sophomore, Corner PICKETT, JOSEPH C. Freshman, Americus, Ga. PICKETT, JUDITH Freshman, Americus, Ga. PIERCE, JUDY Freshman, Montgomery PIERCE, LOUISE Freshman, Opp PIERCE, MARJORIE Junior, Ocala, Fla. PILGRIM, LINDA Sophomore, Troy IL PIHMAN, PEGGY Sophomore, Greenwood, Fla. POPE, JAMES Junior, Union Springs POWELL, PATRICIA Freshman, Uriah PRESCOTT, ELIZABETH Sophomore, Elba PRICE, VICTOR Freshman, Wetumpka PRINCE, MARY ELIZABETH Sophomore, Birmingham QUATTLEBUAM, JANICE Sophomore, Graceville, Fla. RAWLS, RICHARD Freshman, Gantt RAY, SANDRA Sophomore, Enterprise REDDEN, JAMES Freshman, Phenix City REED, IDA MARTHA Freshman, Alabaster REEDER, JAMES Junior, Sloc ' jmb REEVES, BILLIE ANN Freshman, Dothan REEVES, CLARK Sophomore, Campbellton, Fla. REEVES, JEANNIE Freshman, Mobile REYNOLDS, DIXIE Sophomore, Midland City REYNOLDS, SANDRA LOUISE Freshman, Birmingham RHODES, MARY LOU Freshman, Luverne RICHARDSON, CHARLES Freshman, Rutledge RICHARDSON, JAMES C. Sophomore, Troy RING, KEITH Sophomore, Ft. Walton, Fla. RISTER, LARRY Freshman, Midland City RIVERS, WILLIES. Freshman, Dothan ROBERSON, JOHN Sophomore, Kissimmee, Fla. trMii ROBERTS, BEVERLY Freshman, Dothan ROBERTS, CAROLE Sofjiiofiiofo, Peniocola, Fla. ROBERTS, IRIS JEANEHE Freshman, Ashford RODGERS, JOHN Sophomore, Aontgomery ROGERS, BENNY Sophomore, Ft. Deposit ROGERS, FRANK LESLIE Junior, Mobile ROGERS, SYLVIA Sophomore, Blokely, Go. ROVVELL, DOUG Junior, Greenville ROWELL, LINDA Sophomore, Dozier ROYALS, SANDRA Freshman, Newville RUSSELL, SHIRLEY Freshman, Hartford RYALS, NELLIE SUE Junior, Brundidge RYLES, TIM Junior, Hartford SALTER, LU ANN Junior, Greenville SANDERS, GEORGE Sophomore, Bristol, Fla. SANFORD, RONALD Freshman, McKenzie SANSONE, AL Sophomore, Brooklyn, N.Y. SAWYER, TERRILL Sophomore, Mobile SAYE, PENNY Freshman, Dothan SCOTT, BOBBY JOHN Freshman, Blue Springs SCOTT, BOBBY PAUL Sophomore, Mt. C reek SCOTT, RONALD Freshman, Ozark SEARCY, JERRY Freshman, Ozark SEIBENHENER, RAMONA Freshman, Coffee Springs SESSIONS, JOHN Freshman, Enterprise SESSIONS, JUDY Junior, Birmingham SEXTON, MIKE Junior, Selma SHARPE, DONNIE Sophomore, Andalusia SHAW, KENNETH Junior, Long Island, N.Y. SHELL, PATRICIA Freshman, Excel SIKES, MEMORY JO Sophomore, Pensacola, Fla. SIMMONS, JUDY Freshman, Gainesville, Fla. SIMPSON, LESLIE Freshman, Eufaula SIMS, JACQUELINE Sophomore, Montgomery SLATON, SAM Sophomore, Tuskeegee SLAUGHTER, MALLORY Freshman, Banks SMITH, BOSWELL Freshman, Foley SMITH, JEAN Sophomore, Evergreen SMITH, JOAN CHARLOTTE Sophomore, Eufaula SMITH, JULIA Sophomore, Tallassee SMITH, MARTHA Junior, Eclectic SMITH, RICHARD W. Sophomore, Selma SMITH, WILLIAM G. Freshman, Sorranto, Fla. SMITH, WILLIAMS. Junior, Luverne SMITH, WILL T. Sophomore, Letohatchie SNEAD, JAMES Freshman, Clayton SNELL, THERESA Junior, Ozark SNELL, WANDA Freshman, Ozark 4.a tw4 iijk xijlh L V J ti . SPARKS, FRANCES Freslinion, Flornaton SPENCER, NANCY Freshman, Huntsville SPIERS, NELL Frfj ' Jifnnn, Monroeville SPIVEY, DON Freshman, Louisville STAFFORD, CAVELLA Froshman, Eufaulo STANLEY, JOYCE Sophomore, Opp STARNES, CAROLYN Freshman, Andalusia STEELE, JEROME Freshman, Laurel Hill, Fla. STEPHENS, JOHN Sophomore, Savannah, Ga. STEPHENS, ROGER Junior, LaGrange, Ga. STEWART, OREN Sophomore, Opp STEWART, SARAH Freshman, Dozier STILL, SARAH Freshman, Dothan STINSON, JIMMIE Freshman, Brundidge STOKES, CARY Freshman, Phenix City STRICKLAND, EARL Freshman, Braggs STRICKLIN, LINDA Junior, LJnion Springs STUART, JOE Freshman, Union Springs SULLIVAN, WALTER Junior, Dothan SUTTON, ANN Sophomore, Ariton SUTTON, CAROLYN Sophomore, Atmore SWEENY, MILLARD Junior, Mossy Head SWORDS, BEHY SUE Sophomore, Ashford TART, HERBERT Freshman, Andalusia TATE, JOSEPH Sophomore, Camden TATE, WARREN Sophomore, Camden TAYLOR, BARBARA Junior, Laurel Hill, Flo. TAYLOR, ELIZABETH Freshman, Luverne TAYLOR, SIDNEY Junior, Valpariso, Fla. THAGARD, KAY Freshman, Greenville THIGPEN, MADGE Freshman, Bainbridge, Go. THIGPEN, WILLIAM Sophomore, Greenville THOMAS, PAT Junior, Panama City, Flo. THOAAASON, RICKY Freshman, Montgomery THOMPSON, BOBBY Freshman, Montgomery THOMPSON, SAM Junior, Columbia THORNTON, GARY Freshman, Enterprise THORNTON, PHIL Freshman, Montgomery THRASH, GLENNIE Freshman, Brundidge TOWNSEND, AUDREY Sophomore, Mayo, Fla. TREUTELAAR, SANDRA Freshman, Miles, Fla. STONE, MIDGE Freshman, Macon, Ga. TROTTER, PEAVY Freshman, Shady Grove TUCKER, NELSON Freshman, Andalusia TURK, SARA Freshman, Atmore TURNER, CAROLYN Sophomore, Patsburg TURNER, LOUISE Freshman, Marianna, Fla. TURNER, MARTHA DAN Freshman, Ozark I g mk . ML Ahk. hd- k d.kJtM ti TURNER, SHEILA Sophomore, Atmore VANDERFORD, ERNESTINE Frojludan, tritorpri ' jO VENTURA, AAARTHA Freshman, Crestview, Flo. VICE, W. D. Freshman, Frisco City VOORHIES, CULLENE Freshman, Geneva WAITES, SHERROD Freshman, Woturnpko WALDROP, GLENDA Sophomore, Opp WALL, JANICE Freshman, Andalusia WALLACE, JUDY Freshman, Brantley WALLACE, RONNIE Freshman, Enterprise WALKER, NICKOLAS Freshman, Munson, Fla. WALKER, ROGER Freshman, South Bay, Fla. WARD, VIRGINIA Sophomore, Headland WARR, BOBBY Junior, Clayton WARR, ELAINE Freshman, Clayton WARREN, MARY ELLEN Freshman, East Tallassee WASDIN, NANCY Sophomore, Blakely, Ga. WATERS, TED Freshman, Enterprise WATFORD, BARBARA ANN Sophomore, Columbus, Go. WATFORD, LUCK Junior, Mobile WATFORD, MAMIE Junior, Abbeville WATSON, DOROTHY Freshman, McKenzie WEATHERS, SANDRA Freshman, Georgianno WEBSTER, DAN Sophomore, Abbeville WEEKS, BARBARA Freshman, Dothan WEEKS, BOBBIE Junior, Ozark WEEKS, JEAN Freshman, Samson WELCH, LINDA ANN Freshman, Luverne WELDEN, RHONDA Freshman, Tallassee WELLS, JUANITA Junior, Cottonwood WEST, MARY ANN Freshman, Goshen WESTON, BILL Freshman, Panama City, Fla. WHEELER, WILLIAM Sophomore, Cross City, Fla. WHEELER, WILSON Freshman, Way Cross, Ga. WHIDDEN, BILL Sophomore, Kissimmee, Flo. WHITE, JO ANN Sophomore, Atmore WHITE, LINDA Sophomore, Headland WHITE, SYLVIA Freshman, Dothan WHITEHEAD, LEONIA Junior, Phenix City WHITEHEAD, MYRL Sophomore, Cottonwood WHITEHURST, TOMMY Freshman, Kinston WILCOX, AMRY ANNE Freshman, Irvington WILKERSON, FAYE Freshman, Goshen WILKERSON, TERRY Freshman, Camden WILKERSON, THOMAS E. Junior, Troy WILKINSON, ERVEL Sophomore, Blue Springs WILKINSON, PRISCILLA Freshman, Ft. Deposit WILLIAMS, DIANNA Freshman, Ozark I i I „ W " K " ' r,. i i[ r i: . HB WiP ' % Ik J iltf I J WILLIAMS, KATHRYN Freshman, Phonix Cify WILLIAMS, NOLIN Sophomore, Newton WILLIAMS, WANDA Junior, MvJriluMa WILLIAMSON, PATSY Freshman, Montgomery WILLIS, JOHN HARVEY Sophomore, Albany, Go. WILSON, CHARLES E., JR. Junior, Andalusia WILSON, CONNIE Freshman, Andalusia WILSON, JERRIE Freshman, Jack WILSON, KAY Freshman, Opp WILSON, MARTHA Junior, Brundidge WILSON, RAMONA Freshman, Jack WIND, HERBERT Sophomore, Cairo, Go. WITTNER, CARL Freshman, Mobile WOLFE, SEDELLA Sophomore, Luverne WOOD, ROSALIND Freshman, Smiths WOODHAM, VIRGINIA Sophomore, Midland City WOODWARD, MALCOLM Freshman, Foley WOOTEN, CLAYTON Sophomore, Jay, Fla. WOOTTEN, JOE Sophomore, Atlanta, Ga. WORRELL, DICK Sophomore, Sanford, Flo. WRIGGLESWORTH, SUE Freshman, Montgomery YOUMANS, BOB Junior, Swainsboro, Go. YOUNGBLOOD, SUZANNE Sophomore, Troy o R G A N I Z A T I O N S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL TiMRYLES, President JAN BOTTOMS, Treasurer THELIAWHIGHAM, Secretary DEE CAMPBELL, Clerk WALTER RAY ROGERS, Vice-President STUDENT GOVERNMENT r If ut The President ' Council is composed of presidents from all campus clubs and classes. It functions as the main organ for discussing problems germane to Student Government and college policies. [ 80 PAT McBRIDE AL SANSONE, Chairman MAYBELLE SCHLICH MRS. LUCILLE BOYD, SGA Social Director S.G.A. SOCIAL :OMMITTEE ASSOCIATION The Student Senate is the law making branch of the Student Government Association. This group is entrusted with the power to make and pass laws, and has the primary purpose and role of legislating according to the wishes and demands of its constituents. SENATE WALTER RAY ROGERS, Presiding Officer THELIA WHIGHAM Recording Secretary S.G.A. JUDICIARY BODY JUSTICES: MAYBELLE SCHLICH CAROLYN DAUGHTRY j EDWARD FROEHLICH Chief Justice BILL DRAGOIN BARBARA LEE EARLE WILLIAMS JACK ROTH The Women ' s Music Club is limited to music majors and minors. The purposes are to acquaint members with the development of American music, to foster the presentation of original compositions and to provide an apprecation for individual performance. The club seeks to promote an interest and understanding of music on campus by sup- porting and presenting music activities. This club is in the process of petitioning for a chapter in the National Music Fraternity, Sigma Alpa Iota. Women ' s Music Club PATRICIA POWELL SUE MORROW DIANE PINCHARD, Historian DONNA SUE HODGINS, Vice-President JUDY PRITCHETT, President BOO MclNNISH, Secretary DIXIE REYNOLDS, Treasurer ELLA KATE ALLEN MARTHA SMITH ADELPHES ■Ml ' m SENIOR MEMBERS: Eula Walden Linda Strickland Thelia Whighom Peggy Boutwell Linetta Cox, Secretary Peggy Bennett, President Carol Ann Corr Virginia Woodham Duane Duncan Melinda Martin Pat Booker Linda Messick Virginia Ward Johnnie Morgan Janice Black Linda Deloney Linda Knight Sylvia Rogers Carolyn Daughtry Juanita Wells Judy Nail Ervil Wilkinson La Nelle Rowlinson Linda White Brenda Wallace Drucilla Bozeman The Adelphes is an honor society com- posed of sophomore women whose aim is to aid freshman women in becoming adjusted to college life. The members live among the freshman women to assist them in any way and to set examples of good behavior. WOMEN ' S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FRONT ROW: Ann Jackson; Sue Morrow, President; Bonnie Dean, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Dona Houk, Gayla Hinton. WOMEN ' S JUDICIARY BODY Margaret English Kim Jones Sue Morrow Martha McLure Circle " K " Club Firtt Row: BIllY lEACH CHRIS COLOMBO, It Gov LUCK WATFORD, Secretory CHARLES ALPIN, Vice PretidenI BARBARA HASTY, Sweetheort ALPHEUS CLANTON, Preildent BILL DUNN Second Row: BARNEY BARKER NORMAN TERRY JOHN BOUIS ROBERT KITTRELL MARK BRIDGES WALTER RAY ROGERS ROGER STEPHENS HOMER DANSBY JOHN WALLACE NOBLIN PAUL CONLEY Not Pictured: WILSON WHEELER The Troy State College Gavel Club, an affiliate of Toastmasters International, is under the sponsorship of the Business Department and received its charter in January, 1961. The purpose of the club is to improve its members in the arts of speech and leadership as a means of increasing their usefulness in business, social and civic relationships. Gavel Club First Row: H. T. BRELAND, Sponsor JOHN WEATHERBY, Treasurer DUEL WILSON BENNY TICE GEORGE JAET, Secretary R. O. ARRINGTON, Sponsor Second Row: ALLEN FLEMING, Sgt. at Arms JAMES HOWERTON, WILLIAM WHITE, President JOEL FULMAR, Vice-President ROBERT YOUNG Not Pictured: CLIFF BRITTINGHAM GREAT BOOKS CLUB The purpose of the Great Books Club is to further on interest in the great books of the western world, and to discuss some of the ideas and problems that have intrigued philosophers through the years. SPIRES MARGARET ENGLISH, Student Leader MARY GARRETT JACK GRIFFIN DAVID PRICE ERNEST RIGGSBY, Faculty Advisor ROSEMARY GREENE MARY ASKEW LARRY AUSTIN The Spires Honor Society is composed of junior women students. Its purpose is to aid transfer students and to orientate them to the campus life of TSC: to promote a closer relationship between these students and other students of our college. FIRST ROW: Eula Walden Pat McBride, President Judy Pritchett Sue Morrow Margaret English Glenda Eddings Sue Howard Yvette Prince SECOND ROW: Mary Garrett Polly Justice Janice Aplin Melanie Blalock, Secretary-Treasurer Nan Barganeir Judy Freeman NOT PICTURED: Jan Bottoms, V.P. Mrs. Whaley, Sponsor lf n Officeri; WAITER RAY ROGERS Prejident HELEN COZART, Vic Preildonl JAN BOTTOMS Secrfttary DEE CAMPBELL Treoiijrer DR. HORACE NELSON Sponsor L- -J ' J -w Kappa Delta Pi The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi shall be to encourage high professional, intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. To this end it shall invite to membership such persons as exhibit commendable personal quali- ties, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship. It shall endeavor to maintain a high degree of professional fellov» ship among its members, and to quicken profes- sional growth by honoring achievement in educational work. Pace Hall HOUSE COUNCIL Seated: BILLY MARTIN, Secretary AL CLANTON, President HOMER DANSBY, Vice-President HAMIL MARTIN Standing: JAMES HERRING RUFUS KERVIN BENNY ROGERS ROBERT WILLIFORD, Director HAN YOUNG PARK WARREN CONLEY LARRY PAULK Not Pictured: JIMMY JONES Rockin ' Round the Clock Mick Cullen, Nicole Hartman, Shonda Brannon and Blair Sheppard show their support for the Rock- a-Thon. 86 Greg Wilkes, Blair Sheppard, Shonda Brannon and Paula Wilson sell refresh- ments to benefit Big Borthers Big Sisters. Rocking to Raise Money ■ JSmi ' ' -PT ' II - ' Bonnie Lettford, Phyllis Hall and Dana Wilkes rock under a hot sun tp raise money for the children. The benefit raised $2,600 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pike County. 87 FRONT ROW: Eulane Grimes, Susie Cooper, Betty Cole, Linda Strickland, Ann Jackson, Pat Lillord, Donna Armstrong, Mary Garrett, Annette Ausley, Carolyn Ammons, Mary Sue Mills. SECOND ROW: Betty Coston, Penny Belcher, Mary Gaines, Peggy Boutwell, Joe Autrey, Judy Nail, Roland Terrel, Chris- tine Norris, Charles Wilson, Sylvia Jones, Sue Morrow, Nancy Watson. THIRD ROW: Ken Boon, James Crowley, Claude Trotter, Bob Hall, Lu Ann Salter, Malcom Mosley, Mary Sue Calloway, Janice Black, Buryl McWaters, Yvette Tillman, Dr. Harris Harvill. STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION The Celeste Darby Chapter of the SNEA is affiliated with the state and national education associations. The purposes are to acquaint future teachers with the history, ethics, and program of the teaching pro- fession. This club is under the able sponsorship of Dr. Harris Harvill and has 117 members this year. Sylvia Jones— Sec. -Trees. Sue Morrow— President James Crowley— Reporter Buryl McWaters— Vice-Pres. Ann McDuffie— Parliamentarian [ 88 ] Argonauts First Row: TED HAMMOCK, Advisor JOE WALKER BILLY BRUCE WINSTON BLACKMON ED BLAKE, President WILLIAM THIGPEN, Secretory-Treasurer WALTER RAY ROGERS FRANK ROGERS BURYL McWATERS ANN McDUFFIE, Sweetheart Second Row: billy walker bill foshee bobby clark bob carlton roy johnson warren tate McNeil riggsby richard smith don sharpe billy pate The purpose of the Argonauts is to counsel and guide the freshmen of this college to become better students, and to aid in the development of the student ' s mind toward purposeful thinking. The purpose of the Playmakers is to offer student experience in play production. The plays provide entertainment for the students and college personnel. The group presents one play each quarter and takes one of the plays on tour of South Alabama and North Florida. Playmakers OFFICERS: BILLY MARTIN, President CHARLOTTE BUCKERIGHT, Vice-President SHEILA TURNER, Secretory-Treasurer CHRISTINE NORRIS, Scribe OFFICERS: Dixie Reynolds, Social Choirman Carolyn Nelson, Treasurer Mary Evelyn Jones, Secretary Lula Ann Salter, Vice President Ann Jackson, President COWART HALL HOUSEMOTHER: Mrs. Antionette Whaley [ 90 ] JUDY PIERCE, Social Chairman GAYLA HINTON, President LANA SILVERTHORNE Vice-President NELDA HARBUCK Secretary n l Shackelford Hall STAFF: PAT BOOKER, PAT McBRIDE, ANN McDUFFIE, SUE EUBANKS, EULA WALDEN, MAYBELLE SCHLICH MRS. OCTAVIA MARTIN [ 91 CRiTIC-Arthur J. Owens, Jr. EDITOR ' S AIDE DE CAMP-Anne Griffin COLUMNIST-Bill Dragoin R N BUSINESS MANAGER James Bernard Crowley COPY EDITOR-Barbara Lee MAKE-UP EDITOR-Billy Martin MANAGING EDITOR-Corolyn Ammons [ 92 ] Cortoonist, BILL WHIDDEN Reporter, CHARLES McDONALD The Troy State newspaper attempts to acquaint the reader with Troy State, to record the history of the college, and to arouse interest in the college ' s activities and environ- ment. This publication is a member of the Associated Col-_ legiate Press and receives a yearly rating from that or- ganization. T R O P O L I T A N Sponsor, JACK SOLOMON Columnist, KATHLEEN MacMILLAR Editor ' s aide de camp: ANNE GRIFFIN Assistant Editors: CAROLYN AMMONS, BARBARA LEE, BILLY MARTIN, LARRY PURDY Columnists: OSCAR COPE, BILL DRAGOIN, KATHLEEN MacMILLER Sports Editor: WILLIAM DAVIS Critics: DICKY CANADAY, ARTHUR J. OWENS, JR. Cartoonists: CULLEN KENDRICK, BILL WHIDDON Photographer: NANCY WATSON Circulation: LIBBY SENN Advertising: PATRICIA THOMAS Reporters: MARTHA WILSON, VIRGINIA WARD, AUDREY TOWNSEND, CHARLES TAYLOR, HILDA PARKER, CHARLES MocDONALD, WILLIAM LAW, NATALIE JONES, JOYCE HORTON, REBA BLACKSHEAR, JOSEPH BATES, LINETTA COX, JACK COMPTON, GERAL DANSBY Sponsor: JACK SOLOMON [ 93 ] OFFICERS RUTH MASSEY, President MARIE AARON, Vice-President HERBERT WIND, Secretary-Treasurer GLENDA GREGORY, Program Chairman NICK D ' ANDREA, BEULAH NORTON, Visitation Chairmen LINDA HANNAH, Drama Chairman MARY EVELYN JONES, Social Chairman BARBARBA MENASCO, Music Chairman JOE BATES, MAVIN V ARWICK, Pastors Wesley Fellowship Wesley Fellowship aims at developing fellowships which are warm, loving, forgiving, and deeply committed to Christ and in which all can mutually strengthen one another in Christian thinking and living. Activities are provided which allow the student to exer- cise his creative powers during the process of learning and spiritual growth. It strives to create those experiences of fellowship, social activity, and recreation which reflect high Christian values. [ 94 ] W. A. A. BARBARA WALLER, President JUNE MENDHEIM, Vice-President JAN BOTTOMS, Secretary BETTIE COLE, Treasurer CHRISTINE NORRIS, Publicity Chairman MISS HANNA GILLION, MISS DOROTHY JO LOVETT, Sponsors R ' The Women ' s Athletic Association provides opportunity for every woman in the College to participate in sports and other activities through weekly play hours, hikes, and the like. The organization is a member of the National Women ' s Athletic Association. yy n Men who have been awarded the " T " for participation in intercollegiate athletics, and cheerleaders ore members of the " T " Club. Club PAUL WORD, President LARRY PAULK, Vice-President NORMA JO MARTIN, Secretary-Treasurer COACH WILLIAM CLIPSON, Sponsor Science Club Jack Compton Virginia Cureton Carlton Ellis Dinah Lee Ferguson Paul Freels Frank Fulgham Joe Fuller Phyllis Cranberry William Hodges Leslie Jackson Raymond Jackson Mary Borgia Johnston Linda Knight Linda Mohoney Pete Manning Bob Martin Bury! McWaters John Noblin Lanelle Rawlinson Leslie Rodgers Walter Ray Rogers Carson Sasser Helen Linsley Brenda Wallace Luck Watword Irvin Citron, Sponsor William Cumming, Sponsor Ernest Riggsby, Sponsor Dr. Wilks, Sponsor OFFICERS; Linda Knight, Secretary-Treasurer; VIRGINIA CURETON, Reporter; BURYL McWATERS, President; MR. CITRON, Sponsor; Mr. CUMMINGS, Sponsor. Not Pictured: RAYMOND JACKSON, Vice-President. [ 96 Religious Council First Row: JOYCE STANLEY, RUTH MASSEY, Sec; CAROL MILLS, Second Row: EDWARD BARNETT, Sponsor; LYMAN DAVIDSON, VicePres.; RAY RACHELS, President; RUFUS KERVIN, BEN McCUNE. Notari Club First Row: OLENE BLACK, JUANITA JONES, THELIA WHIGHAM, PEGGY BOUTWELL, ELAINE NEWSOME, JOAN BROCK. Second Row: R. O. ARRINGTON, Sponsor; TOM SPADLER, WALTER SULLIVAN, GENE ROD- GERS, NOLAN WILLIAMS, BOBBY PASCH- AL, JOE AUTREY. Not pictured, WILLIAM WHITE. t k i ' .l - ' n.L " ii The purposes of this organization are to promote understanding and respect for all religious faiths, to coordinate and create interest in the work of various denominational organizations of the campus, to supplement it by arranging and conducting activities in which students of all faiths may join, to enrich the spiritual life of the students and faculty. The purposes of this organization ore to promote the social and professional growth of all Troy State College Business students, and to promote facilities for a better under- standing between business students and the business world. Canterbury Club Front Row: Leslie Rogers; Mary Ann Lee; Sue Lacy, secretary; Ben McCune, president; Carol Mills; Mark Bridges. Second Row: Ray Howell; Ronny English; Mary Jane Klotz, 2nd vice-president; James Snead; Clydine Lawder; Dennis Kress, treasurer; Conrad DI- Michele; Margaret Gresham, 1st vice-president; Rev. James B. Bell, vicar of St. Mark ' s Episcopal Church. Affiliates Not Pictured: Linetta Cox; Art Jennings; Patsy Summerford; Sue Cobb; Molly Henderson; Nancy Hayden; Joyce Horton; Susan McEntyre, Robert Cumbie. The Canterbury Club is an organization of the Episcopal Church which is open to all denominations. Meetings are held every Wednesday night at 6:00 in the Parish Hall of St. Mark ' s Episcopal Church. Members alternate in preparing a light meal which is followed by a program. After the pro- gram, o short worship service is held. The Canterbury Club aims to provide the college student with a break from daily routine and give him a place where he can learn, a place where he con ponder and discuss new and contrasting ideas, and finally a place where he can strengthen his faith and realize the importance of his religion in his life, his school, and his world. It hopes for a strengthening through thought. Thanksgiving Banquet Social Christmas Party Preparing a Meal The Collegiate Singers MEMBERS Allen, Ella Kate Armstrong, Donna Boles, Rand Bonnett, Bobby Bradley, Eddie Breland, Roger Bryant, Sarah Buckalew, Glenda Burgess, Susan Corbin, Lannie Crowley, James Davis, Jimmy Marie DeJarnette, Susan Donald, Lorraine Duncan, DUpne Dykes, Jerry English, Ronnie Foster, James Freels, Jim Garrett, Becky Girling, Betty Greer, Jerry Gregory, Molly Hayes, Julian Hayes, Patricia Head, Jimmy Hobbs, Stanley Hodgins, Donna Sue Hogg, Ann Hopper, Karn Huey, Chris Dr. Charles V. Farmer Director Kirby, Ransom Kitrell, Robert Locklar, Patricia Lowery, Flay Morrow, Sue Overstreet, Bob Ozier, Harriett Pickett, Judy Pierce, Judy Pinchord, Diane Porter, Johnnie Powell, Pot Prater, Marilyn Prince, Mary Elizobeth Pritchett, Judy Rosser, Bobby Shipp, Archie Smith, Martha Snead, James Sparks, Frances Stewart, Sarah Taylor, Sidney Thomason, Ricky Thompson, Bobby Tracy, Pricilla Vickers, Marvin Ventura, Martha Woites, Doug Watson, Gilda Weathers, Sandra Weeks, Barbara Williamson, Patsy The Collegiates have toured through the Southern States singing approximately 25 con- certs per year on radio, television, in schools and in churches. This group has gained nationwide recognition during the past three years, having been selected as one of the nation ' s outstanding choral organizations by the Mutual Broadcasting System. TYPIST: Christine Norris CLASS EDITORS:: Bobbie Weeks, Gayla Hinton, Ann Hudson FEATURE EDITORS Martha Wilson Sue Eubanks FACULTY ADVISORS Mr. James Patrenos Miss Pauline Tranum SPORTS EDITOR Glenda Waldrop CIRCULATION MANAGERS Mary Lou Rhodes Linda Alford ORGANIZATION EDITORS Mary Murphy Rosemary Greene June Parker T. S. C. LIBRARY KBOXi ALAm ART EDITOR Theresa Snell u M Concert Band Bell, Charles Boles, Randall Bonnett, Robert Bradley, Robert Breland, Roger Bridges, Mark Broadaway, Mildred Brown, Willis Bolt, Ralph Calhoun, Emory Christopher, Eddie Cobb, Suzanne Conner, Claude Cook, Charles Dasinger, Roger DeJarnett, Susan DiMichele, Conrad Everett, Carolyn Foster, James Foster, Marilyn Girling, Bettye Greer, Jerry Hoyes, Andy Henderson, Molly Hodgins, Donna Sue Kiftrell, Mary Frances McCullers, Ralph McDonald, Bettye Murphree, Dick Mundy, Warren Peeples, Linda Pinckard, Dianne Powell, Patty Prater, Marilyn Pyle, Lee Roberts, Carole Robinson, Peggy Sessions, Anno Rose Snead, James Shaw, David Tate, Joseph Vickers, Marvin Wade, Minnie Waites, Douglas Watson, Gilda Whitehead, Leona Mr. Richard Melvin Conductor [ 102 ] «B. " " S) ...4 Marching Band SWEETHEART Linda Alford First Row: THOMAS DART, Advisor; KEN NICHOLS, BOB JONES, CHARLES WILSON, AL SANSOME, MIKE CERVERA, WAYNE MURPHY, HAN YOUNG PARK, JOE FULLER, JOHN RODGERS, D. F. BUTLER, Adivisor. Second Row: RAYMOND MOORE, JOE WOOTEN, BEN RODGERS, McNEIL RIGGBY, HAROLD MANN, SAM LAW, JIMMY HERRING, KEN HOWELL, MIKE SIMONETTI, HAROLD DONALDSON, ROBERT WILLIFORD, Advisor. Not pictured, TED HAMMOCK, Advisor; FRANK RALPH, LEE TIMMONS. Mu Omicron Chapter Alpha Phi Omeg Service Fraternity INCOMING OFFICERS First Row: KEN HOWELL, Alumni Sec; BOB JONES, Historian; SAM LAW, First Vice-Pres.; KEN NICHOLS, Second Vice-Pres.; JOE FULLER, Recording Secretary. Second Row: NICK CERVERA, Treasurer; JOHN RODGERS, Parliamentarian; WAYNE MURPHY, President; CHARLES WILSON, Corresponding Secretary. OUTGOING OFFICERS HAN YOUNG PARK, WAYNE MURPHY, BOB JONES, JOE FULLER, MIKE SIMONETTI, JOE WOOTEN, JOE FALTON, JOHN RODGERS. PLEDGE CLASS JERRY GOODMAN, STEVE MANWARING, ED McGOWIN, ED BLAKE. [ 104 ] EXECUTIVE COUNCIL First Row: JIM O ' NEAl, Advisor JUDY NALL, Secretary SYLVIA JONES LINDA V HITE RUFUS KERVIN, President MARY SUE MILLS JEAN SMITH TERRY PARKER LYMAN DAVIDSON Vice-President Second Row: FLAY LOWRY DON CARGILL SANDRA HAMMONDS ROBERT OLIVE LOIS CAMPBELL LARRY EIALAND GLORIA PHILPOT TERRY SAWYER Baptist Student Union FRESHMAN COUNCIL First Row: JIMMY HOWELL CAROL BROOKS PAT HOWELL DEAN BYRD, President JOHN HAGOOD RANSOM KIRBY CAROL EVERETT CAROL MARTIN Second Row: TONY BILLINGSLEY JEANNIE McAULEY KAREN HOPPER RAY HOWELL PHYLLIS GRANBERRY ROGER BRELAND FAYE BUCKELEW SUE COLEMAN CHRIS HUEY CLYDE OLIVE The Square Root of C Club, organized to promote enjoyment and interest in mathe- matics, requires of its members the completion of analytical geometry and the main- tenance of a C average in mathematics, lis members have an opportunity to share a common interest and gain a broader viev of the field of mathematics. vJc Club Seated: LINDA MESSICK BRENDA WALLACE SUZANNE YOUNGBLOOD POLLY JUSTICE LANELLE RAWLINSON PAT BOLENDER Standing: FRANK FULGHAM BURYL McWATERS TOM HOLLINGSHEAD JOHN HANSON, Vice-President MR. BARNETT, Sponsor LUCK WATFORD, President WALTER RAY ROGERS SNUFFY SMITH PAUL FREELS Not Pictured: MARY GARRETT, Secretary-Treasurer Lambda Tau is a National Medical Technology Honor Society in undergraduate colleges end universities. Its objective is to develop a spirit of cooperation and unity among students entering any of the fields of medical laboratory technology. Lambda Tau First Row: SYLVIA WHITE MARTHA PETREY PHYLLIS CRANBERRY ELLEN BROWN MARY BORGIA JOHNSTON LINDA MAHONEY, Secretary CAROLYN DAUGHTRY, Treasurer Second Row: JACKIE SIMMS, Vice-President EDDIE MOTES BRUCE ZACKERY President RUFUS KERVIN LINDA MIXSON 11 Dill Hall GENE GIBSON, President, RONNIE MIZE, Vice-President; Bob Bradley, Secretary- Treasurer; CHARLES FRAZIER, Social Chairman; LARRY ANDRESS, SIDNEY MILLER, JOHN FULFORD, EARL STRICKLAND, STEVE TOMAINI, Councilmen. PROCTORS Seated: DON CARGILL, TED HAMMOCK, House Director: TIM RYIES, CONRAD DEMICHELE, CHRIS COLUMBO. Standing: JOHN RODGERS, RONALD McMILLAN, BILLY LEACH, BILL DUNN, NICHOLAS CERVERA, BILLY BRUCE, ERNEST WARD, DEAN BOAN, AL SANSONE, HAROLD MANN, ROBERT CUMBIE. F E A T U R E S cumiHdA ' uAxm McZniune [ 111 ] OL ens J lan lia iaanle Qlenda ,,3 damc WdAOA jkella Pai [ 115 ] " i i ' «! » ' ; Melmda Ma dut GoAA. (pmc e l elleA K dqe [ 117 ] r ' NOes t N? % ' .a QUndc ■ v ' p ' . Ir ' ilr ■.-r ' -tJk L " N »iL- w- ' M- -ii ! T , ' L- ' S ; ■T Ar j . ?1 Z- ' ' - Buckeleia i f Mn,. oA MiM 7. J " , e. : GotixmkaU 2. ueen -,. %;f ' .r »siii»«« ' % ' 1 k " V ' i s eaan Sue ' Tftonncu ;4i 0Utit(x ycuU CMKn [ 124 ] I 125 ] And H44je UitLeA. WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- VERSITIES is published annually to offer public recog- nition to the most outstanding leaders on the campus of over 700 colleges throughout the United States, WHO ' S WHO is a notional organization with its home office in Alabama. In choosing WHO ' S WHO, each department submits a list of nominees to a commit- tee appointed by the president of the college. The committee makes its decision based on leadership, scholarship, professional attitude, and participation in school activities. These are sent to the central office for approval. The notional office sends to TSC the number of vacancies allowed to us. The committee rarely fills the quota because of the feel- ing that membership takes on greater meaning, if limited. Top, JOHN LEE; Left, MARY GARRETT; Right, REE COZART Left, EULA WALDEN; Right, NELLIE RYALS TIM RYLES Left, JUDY PRITCHETT; Right, WILLIAM WHITE Left, BARBARA MIXSON; Right, MARGARET ENGLISH JOHN HANSEN Left, OLEENE BLACK; Right, WALTER ROGERS Left, SUE MORROW; Right POLLY JUSTICE JAMES HERRING Left, GLENDA EDDINGS; Right, RICHARD SCRUSHY s p o R T S TROY STATE COLLEGE REDWAVE FOOBALL TEAM Louisiana College 39 Troy Livingston State Troy 7 Jacksonville State 22 Troy 21 Delta State 48 Troy Florence State 14 Troy 8 Austin Peay 21 Troy 6 Tampa University 27 Troy 6 UTMB 22 Troy 8 Howard College 80 Troy STUDENT COACH-Jimmy Jones TRAINER— Lyman Davidson MANAGER-Pat Pagan John Foirclo th— RG James Tompkins— LT [ 132 ] 1 ' W -s m WShi ' »- 1 ts SENIOR PLAYERS (LEFT TO RIGHTt: Walter Davis, Jimmy Tompkins, John Faircloth, Sammy Owens, Al Clonton. RETURNING LETTERMEN: FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Travis Marsh, Al Clanton, Max Howell, Jimmy Williams, Charles Aplin, and Bobby Youmans. SECOND ROW: Sammy Owens, Jimmy Tompkins, John Faircloth, Walter Davis, Jimmy Bruce, Roger Stephens, and Clayton Wooten. 1 • y.m Walter Davis, from Birmingham, came to Troy State only two years ago. Over this period of time he gained the confidence of the team because of his ability to play " heads up " football. Walt is a P. E. major and a history minor. Here ' s to a kingsize player with kingsize desire. Walter Davis— Tackle Age 26 Weight 240 Height 6 ' 4 " » ; i ' - i- ' b ' ' -- ' J- ' ' ' ' ; :mil John Faircloth, a fine guard from Brundidge, Alabama, come to Troy State three years ago from Southern Union Junior Col- lege. With desire and ability, he played excellent ball all season long. John is majoring in physical education and minoring in history and social studies. This man might be called the roughest of the crew. John Faircloth— Guard Age 21 Weight 185 Height 5 ' 11 " .H. , f 1 Jimmy Tompkins, a native of Brantley, Alabama, is one of the best tackles this school has ever seen. Jimmy has gained the ' confidence of the team by being elected Co-Captain of the 1961 team and through his outstanding ability as a football player. He is majoring in physical education and minoring in English. Here ' s to the toughest of the tough. Jimmy Tompkins— Tackle Age 21 Weight 200 Height 5 ' 10 " ' ,1 [ 134 ] Max Howell, from Prottville, Alabama, come to Troy State only two years ago from Hinds Junior College. Max is truly one of Troy ' s finest tackles, a fme blocker, and really a terror on defense. He is majoring in physical education and minoring in science. Max Howell- -Tackle Age 21 Weight 210 Height 6 ' .Jt i i. vW ' J ' h dP lP Sammy Owens hails from Blakely, Georgia, end is a two year letterman. Sammy returned to the squad this year after being out for a year. What he lacks in size and speed is overshadowed by his determination and love for the game. The Troy State football team as well as the Troy State students will miss this fine athlete after this year. Sammy is majoring in P.E. and minoring in biological science. We salute this giant in a football uniform. Sammy Owens— Right End Age 21 Weight 185 Height 6 ' CLIPSON, Coach LUCAS, Coach ROGER STEPHENS End mm i L BOB McCLAMMY End 5- c BILLY DeBARDELABEN End € JIMMY WILLIAMS End SHERRODWAITES End mtf W. D. VICE Tackle [ 137 ] LARRY JOHNSON Tackle AL HAMMOND Guard DAVID BATES Guard i BOB GABBARD Guard -tg RON BURROUGHS Guard f MACK HOLCOMB Guard %%- » S ' T? 4r. JOHN STEPHENS Center DENNIS COOMBS Center [ 139 ] i -i ' i , _ . S B|n j ' 41 i. RAYMOND HOLDER Quarterback MAX GRIFFIN Center WILSON WHEELER Quarterback WAYNE PHILLIPS Quarterback DAN STABILE Halfback [ 140 ] «MJ ' ROBERT COX Halfback s 5 = ' ' s m r ' " s ' ' . » h i T. ■-,.»-; f; CHARLES APLIN Halfback .I- «ir. ..» t.f jhllliw ' ' Jgi JOE NEWTON Halfback •;; ' - ! J - .i.- r-.-, ... .., - v • ' •liWifllii i JACKIE MADDOX Halfback t rwiie WILLIAM STONE Halfback [ 141 ] " ' " IftllMII JERRY REEVES Halfback WAYLAND FOSTER Halfback MICKY HOLLEY Halfback ]9H ' -■ ' ' ■•i ■ ■■■ ' » k« - i«--;» .• £ i . gm ' t LARRY LOTT Fullback . BOBYOUMANS Fullback [ 142 ] • JIMMY BRUCE Fullback MORRIS HOLLEY Fullback [ 143 ] •lii ' :- «§.•-« . NORMA JO MARTIN Captain CHEER MARY LOU RHODES [ ( ' i ti i VIRGINIA WARD LEADERS AUTHERINE McLAURINE BOO MclNNISH SS ' flLm : - » GLORIA BUTLER JOAN BROCK We pay tribute to the Cheerleaders who put forth great effort in promoting school spirit, encouraging student back- ing of athletic activities, organizing pep-rallies, and lead- ing the cheering section at all football and basketball games. These eight girls work hard and deserve more than a little credit. [ 146 ] «55?==jai. mm f ■1 r ' , i wr sxir jf 3 5 WSTAT j WJ3THT ' | ' « " »Tt 1 «0t 3THTC " TROY STATE COLLEGE REDWAVE BASKETBALL TEAM [ 147 ] ... ROY MOODY Guard JUD DYE Guard TOMMY WHITEHURST Guard [ 148 ] HAMIL MARTIN Guard RONNIE HAYS Forward FRANK MILLER Forward PAUL WORD Forward JOHN DUCE Forward CLAYTON BRYANT Forward BILLTHIGPEN Guard TERRY WILKERSON Guard STEVE MANWARING Center [ 150 ] GEORGE NORTON Center Athletes in motion TENNIS Jon Mann Luc k Watford GOLF John Stovoll Bob Jones Lonnie Corbin : TRACK and FIELD TEAM • vS _f ' Front Row: JERE BECK, BURYL McWATERS, CHARLES COUCH, BOB ROSSER, RALPH McCULLERS. Second Row: LARRY DAVIS, JIMMY BENTLEY, LARRY HICKS, FRANK MALLOY, LARRY BATES, BILL BULLARD, COACH NICK COSTES. Third Row: RONALD WILLIAMS, LEWIS ELMORE, ROBtRT WELLS, CLIFF DELCAMBRE, JOE WOOTEN, BERNARD BALLARD, AL CLANTON. ( , [Hijy. HAMIL MARTIN Shortstop CLAYTON WOOTEN Pitcher BOB YOUMANS Second Base LARRY PAULK Out-Field [ 154 ] mmmmm BOB McCALL Third Base and Student Coach DON SHARPE Center-Field WAYLAND FOSTER Pitcher n ROGER STEPHENS Out-Field [ 155 ] ... - r- ■ir- ii iii- r l iTiiriiriri ncirii mi ttMG s T U D E N T L I F E 6:30 HELL ' S BELLS! 6:45 But it ' s necessary . What does the typical Troy State student do during the hours between " shutting " off the alarm clock in the morning and setting it at night? CLASSES . . . CARDS . . . LIBRARY . . . DATES . . . LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS . . . COFFEE . . . RUSHING TO AND FROM . . . DAYDREAM- ING .. . TERM PAPERS . . . DINING HALL LINES . . . SLEEP . . . CRAMMING FOR TESTS . . . MUSIC . . . NOTES . . . LECTURES 7:00 Start your day just a little bit better. 7:05 Food for thought? [ 158 ] 7:30 Hoping Mother sent some of her egg and butter money. 7:45 No one is awake except the teacher. 7:42 It couldn ' t happen anywhere but TSC. 8:40 I ' ll get to the bottom of this thing yet 9:45 Why do so many instructors require those ! " Reading cards? 10:00 FULL HOUSE. 11:19 " Isn ' t that bell ever going to ring? " 1 1:30 What in is that next number? " 12:30 Knowing .... I have a 1:00 class. 12:40 " Shackleford Hall Social. " 1:10 " IF Mama could see me now. " [ 160 ] « 1 :55 Do you get paid for this? 3:30 The reception committee 3:40 Live and learn, darn it! 4:30 Couldn ' t hem a hog in a ditch! [ 161 ] 5:00 ' This is the devil, who in hell do you want. 5:10 This makes men out of boys??? 5:20 Where the girls ore. 6:30 " I looked in the mirror and what did I see, I saw a monkey looking at me. " 7:00 No more vacancies. [ 162 ] 7:10 Moonlight Gambler. 7:30 Do you coll this a dote??? 8:00 Give me your heart. 8:30 Get your mind out of the gutter. [ 163 ] 9:15 The Arthur Murray of T.S.C. 1 1 :00 In the still of the night. HOMECOMING PARADE Women ' s Athletic Association Student Notional Education Association HOMECOMING PARADE Collegiates The day dawned cool and clear. The night before had been filled with much gaiety, and much work also. The an- nual bonfire and pep rally began the festivities, and preparations for the pa- rade continued throughout the night. With much help and cooperation from the city of Troy, TSC presented her best Homecoming Parade. Bands .... Floats .... Dignitaries .... Beauties .... Shackelford Hal The royal float was beautifully done by the T.S.C. Art Department. The queen sat on the " Mountain of Knowledge " — symbolizing the growth of Troy State. QUEEN AND COURT Reigning over the Homecoming activities was Glenda Buckalew, a winsome sophomore from Opp, Alabama. In her court were Carol Ann Carr from Samson, Alabama, and Linda Alford from Ft. Walton, Florida. The queen, escorted by Judson Colley, was crowned by President Frank Stewart at the football gome. She was presented a bouquet by Tim Ryles, President of the Student Gov- ernment Association. [ 166 ] BEHIND THE SCENES It takes much work and cooperation from many students and staff to supply the benefits and services which the student body demands and expects. Dining hiall workers, office person- nel, publication staffs, building and grounds personnel, and administration labor countless hours to make our college life more pleasant and more rewarding, THEY SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN FOR GRANTED! SNAPSHOTS !t»i 55Si t|53pi ?5 ' " WE WANT 100 ! " " WE WANT 100 ! " reflections of leisure. . . . Sunshine, sun glasses, sun tans. Who Is she???? Whose patch was raided? SNAPSHOTS The Wardens " Just because you ' re Presi- dent, you don ' t think that . " reflections of acciuaintances. . . HEY, WAITER!! One advantage of smoking Children must play SNAPSHOTS But fhey DON ' T have stripes! Why buy books when you con bum? reflections of anticipation. . . HIGH NOON SNAPSHOTS But I don ' t understand. " Some people like short dresses, but not me. " " Come on and let ' s get cultured. " reflections of activity. % Buddha and his disciples? The Playmakers presented the Pulitzer Prize winning play, LOOK HOMEWARD, ANGEL, in Smith Auditorium on De- cember 14 and 15. This production was under the direc- tion of Mr. Arthur Hopper and under the student direction of Billy Martin. The set was outstanding end the cast superb. W. O. Gant Carl Leverette Eliza Gant Joyce Horton Ben Gant Rex Vance Eugene Gant Chuck Hayes Laura James Dee Campbell Helen Barton Shelia Turner Hugh Barton George Bauer Will Pentland Huel Gill Doc Maguire Jimmy Head Mrs. Pert Candy Reynolld Luke Gant Paul Reynolds Jake Gant Bobby Thompson Mrs. Clatt Betty Cole Miss Brown Mary Cope Stuart Miss Mangel Ella Kate Allen Madame Elizabeth Judy Kennedy Mr. Ferrell Rick Thomason Mr. Tarkington Dove Patrician l ..=. I m W .r. " ' . ijji The Troy State Music Department presented Handel ' s MESSIAH on December 19, 1961. There were 250 voices in this choir, being composed of the College Choir and the Collegiates. It was a magnificent and moving perform- ance under the direction of Dr. Charles Farmer. The so- loists were: Soprano Carol Godwin Contralto Betty Grimm Tenor John Huyck Baritone Richard Collins Organist Charles Calkins Pianist James Patrenos [ 174 1 L UMMMI THE FABULOUS FOUR SAINTS The FOUR SAINTS, a very popular quartette which has been acclaimed at Air Force Clubs around the world and at the Racquet Club, is on the road to even greater fame and fortune. The Troy State Band sponsored this dynamic group in a two hour show in Smith Hall Auditorium on No- vember 2, 1961. The boys, John Howell, Bob Erick- son, Jerry DuChene and Doug Evans, won the hearts of the Troy State Student Body with their humor, versatility and good music. STUNT NIGHT A capacity crowd was on hand in Smith Hall Auditorium to witness the annual " College Night " performance. This event was held on February 15, 1962. The program consisted of a skit by each of the four classes. The Sophomore Class with a series of dance numbers and a " Trip to Panama City " topped prize honors and won first place. The Freshman Class stole the show for second place honors with their Dr. Rigor Mortis, as an emcee, who presented a mock concert dominated by all kinds of shenanigans. The Juniors presented members of the faculty and student body in the TSC bomb-shelter and the Seniors reminisced through song many events and " Good Times " they hove had during their 4 years. The " Twist " dominated the scene of the program, and SGA President Tim Ryles did a superb job as Master of Ceremonies. Ann Hogg and Jimmy Head entertained while the judges were out deciding on which classes should receive the honors. The performance this year seemed to be the most successful ever, and it was good student entertainment! DEDICATION CEREMONY Two of Troy State ' s new buildings, Smith Hall and McCall Hall, were dedicated at a formal ceremony in Smith Hall Auditorium on February 20, 1962. The Honorable John Patterson, members of the Governor ' s cabinet, members of the Alabama Legislature, the Troy City Commission, officers of the Troy Chamber of Commerce, and other dignitaries were in- cluded as platform guests. Governor Patterson presented keys to the buildings to President Frank R. Stewart and he presented the keys to Past-President, Dr. C. B. Smith, honoree of the day. [ 176 ] THE ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA gave a splendid performance to the Troy Concert Association on January 19, 1962. This full symphony or- chestra of approximately eighty pieces was conducted by Henry Sopkin and the solo pianist was Gerson Yessin. NELL RANKIN, an Alabama girl from Montgomery and now mezzo-soprano with the Metropolitan Opera, presented a concert on November 14, 1961. WILLIE SNOW ETHRIDGE was sponsored by the women on campus for their Women ' s Convocation, but was an all-campus assembly. Mrs. Ethridge, wife of Editor-Publisher Mark Ethridge of the Louisville Courier Journal, is the author of nine books. Her amazing personality won her audience and she lectured on " The Importance of Being Trivial " and " Where There ' s a Will, There ' s Time. " THE CLEVELAND PLAYHOUSE presented George Bernard Shaw ' s " Arms and the Man " on March 12, to the Troy Concert Association and Student Body. This fine dramatic company toured for three years with a subsidy from the Ford Foundation attempting to bring good theater to small com- munities and is now touring independently. THE ALABAMA STRING QUARTET is a quartet-in-residence at the University of Alabama. They are this year ' s recipient of the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge subsidy of the Library of Congress. Two violinists, violist, and cellist presented a program of chamber music. [ 177 ] DR. HARLOW SHAPLEY, another Danforth Vis- iting Lecturer is an outstanding astronomer. He is lecturer for the National Science Founda- tion and Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Shopley is the author of 200 technical articles, many books, and holds honorary degrees from 15 univer- sities. " Galaxies and Man ' s Place in the Uni- verse " and " Science Ponders Religion " were the assembly lectures presented on November 15, 1961. DR. KIRTHLEY MATHER is an eminent geologist and Danforth Visiting Lecturer. Dr. Mather is President of American Academy of Arts and Sciences and Past-President of American As- sociation for the Advancement of Science. He lectured on " Earth ' s Resources and Man ' s Fu- ture " and ' The Path of Life Through Geologic Times " to the student body and faculty in as- sembly on October 25, 1961. PILAR GOMEZ AND COMPANY was sponsored by Columbia Artists. These nine young dancers presented a colorful program of Spanish, Mex- ican and Basque dances, using unusual light- ing effects. This group performed in Smith Auditorium on February 23, 1962. BRIAN SULLIVAN is the fabulous tenor with The Metropolitan Opera. Mr. Sullivan gave a magnificent performance on April 27, 1962, for the Troy Concert Association and Troy State Student Body. A D V E R T I S E R S Good Food— Reasonable Prices Oldsmobile— Chevrolet— Cadillac BRANDING IRON MARY CHEVROLET RESTAURANT COMPANY Phone 1013-1014 Pizza Pie— Fried Chicken— Steaks— Seafoods Sondvv ' iches- Regular Dinners Open 5:00 A.M. ' til 11:00 P.M. Soles and Service Troy,Alabama U. S. Highway 231, South— Troy Phone 2270 Nelson Jones, Prop. (Formerly Operator of Nelson ' s Pan-Am Cafe) New Private Dining Room CITY DRUG STORE l i atdon 5 112 Elm St. Troy ' s Most Modern Drug Store Phone 61 1 The store that constantly lowers your cost of living. 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Distributor PURE OIL PRODUCTS Carter Ray Telephone 139 Luverne Highway Troy, Alabama SEARS Now for Nearly Four Generations Shop by Phone From Home " SATISFACTION GUARANTEED " LAWRENCE HARDWARE Wilson Sporting Goods Browning Guns and Ammunition Houseware— Paint 56 E. Court Square Phone 76 Troy, Alabama HENDERSON, BLACK GREENE, INC E. L. Boatner, President P. C. Black, Vice President G. G. Greene, Secy -Treas. Phones: Office and Contracting Dept. 280 Sash and Door Plant 578 Retail Store 141 ( mCU- TROY, ALABAMA DRINKS MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE FOR THE FINEST IN MOTION PICTURES COMPLIMENTS OF E. R. MOORE COMPANY and JOHN SEXTON AND COMPANY NATIONAL WHOLESALE GROCERS [ 188 ] Best Wishes To Troy State College We are very fond of you and are proud of the progress you are making toward becoming a larger institution. The relationship between the City of Troy and Troy State College has always been on the upward move. We are proud to have been a part of this progress. Always look for our continued loyal support. We would enjoy having you visit our store! " GOLDEN FLAKE POTATO MOMAR, INCORPORATED CHIPS " Manufacturing Chemists You can get them in the lunchroom. Sends congratulations and best wishes Gym floor seals— Cleaners, waxes- Insecticides— Maintenance equipment Momar, Incorporated Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. TEPPER ' S BOYD COMPANY " The Style Shop of Troy " ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Phone 1276 STEREO, HI-FI, and RECORDS Troy, Alabama 80 N. Court Square Troy, Alabama J Compliments of COLONIAL BAKING CO. P.O. Box 566 i 1 Montgom ery, Ala. n V PROGRESSIVENESS . . . progress in education, in science, in business, for America and the American way of life. Compliments of: 37 BRANCHES SERVING THE SOUTH NOLAND NOLAND COMPANY INC WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS: PLUMBING HEATING INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING MACHINE TOOLS . I IN MEMORIAM JAMES SUTTLE Vredenburgh, Alabama November 20, 1941 May 23, 1961 TOM SANDERS Goshen, Alabama March 22, 1936 October 13, 1961 WANDA DUNN REYNOLDS Banks, Alabama March 14, 1942 February 24, 1962 [ 192 ] RESERVE BOOK ONE ] HOUR " ( . S 1 1 1 GAYLORD PRINTED IN US A. CLOSED RESERVE 378.761 A3l6 Alabeuna, State CoLloge, 1962 Troy The Palladium ISSUED TO CLOSED RESERVE 378.761 A316 Alabama. State College, Troy The Palladium S. C LrBRARY TROY, ALA, m m 1 ; ' f ! ?:» s ' .M ' ' . ' MirM a
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