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TROY STATE COLLEGE 9! Wanda Hughes EDITOR Ernest Ward BUSINESS MANAGER 1963 memories of school depend upon your . . . llijeMP Jm s. c. LIBRARY LROY ALA. s $ti • - ' - ' [ «i ' •v. -a «g ♦ v ■■ ' 31 ••nil! ;;H -- • v! ir . r a ■ l ' V ' J A .. ••tfl " i t i Jul ES ui ; » % J l T f,.d Kl a —in Qr« : ' 1 i «: ■wr ••?»-! r Is —inn •- iwr-i Ml —in — . au i _1A » it ' s just a clutter of buildings some old, some new it ' s people we knew - we met. - the friends the friends on the hustle and bustle of campus life student activities ■) ' a ! ' MLiwi toward our constant goal of higher education on all the happy times football games, basketball games, parties, dances. • « sr to opportunities in the world of art, commerce, and science. £— a£ men aa it QUI Uu L. [ M ] Through our many extra- curricular lactivities - - I ; r ' we mold our minds and our bodies to become . . better citizens and neighbors in an ever- changing society. DEDICATION I • . ' ■ - ' ■ ' ' x i u :• . ' m. W i efi. co a.. DEDICATION Uo one who is liked for his humor and forthrightneSS; to one who Sags nothing of hii I a tent 5 but helps to develop the talents of others; to one who, during nis Seventeen gears at Jrog -2 tate College, has gained respect for nis knowledge and advice and has earned the esteem, not ontu of the students, but also of his fellow facultg members; to one who is witling to tend a helping hand when needed; to I fir. Virgil cJLee Collins we dedicate, with heartfelt appreciation, this 1963 editi PALLADIUM. " lion of the [ 17 ] CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION 19 CLASSES 29 ORGANIZATIONS 79 FEATURES 116 SPORTS 137 STUDENT LIFE 160 ADVERTISEMENTS 186 m m I FACULTY January 21, 1963 Dear Friends at Tro State In the recesses of ou r minds are some beau tiful anc unforgettable memories of thrilling events of the yea r at our college. The honor of the college, the pra ise £ nd glory of the co liege, the benediction of the life of college for th ose who will leave us , all of these memories sh ine ou t, mounted and framed appropri ately by you r Palladium Staff. My thanks and h earty congratulations to th e staff. My warmest and best wishes to you all. Sincerely, 4 C ' Frank R. Stewart President Dr. Frank Ross Stewart became President of Troy State College on July 1, 1961. He 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 Adminis- tration from API in 1940; has done further graduate study at Columbia and Peabody; and received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Auburn Uni- versity, December 18, 1959. Dr. Stewart married the former Margaret Turner of Piedmont and they have one son, Frank, Jr., who is 16 years old. -Jr Dr. and Mrs. Frank Ross Stewart The President ' s Mansion OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION DR. ROSCOE D. KELLEY Dean of Students MR. L. CLAY STABLER Business Manager and Treasurer DR. GEORGE ROBERT BOYD Dean of the College DR. WILLIAM PAUL LEWIS Director of Graduate Division JACK DILLARD ASHLEY English; B.S., David Lipscomb College; M.A., Ph.D., Van- derbilt University. EDWARD FRANKLIN BARNETT Mathematics; B.S., Troy State College; M.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute. JAMES J. BRANTLEY Science,- B.A., M.A., University of Alabama. GEORGE ROBERT BOYD Dean; B.A., Western Kentucky Teachers College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Kentucky. CHARLES RENDELL CALKINS Music,- A.B., Birmingham-Southern College,- M.A., Columbia University; B.Mus., Birmingham Conservatory of Music, M.Mus. MADOLYN CHAMBERS 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. LOUISE HOUK COLLINS English,- B.S., M.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute. VIRGIL LEE COLLINS Mathematics; B.S., George Peabody College; M.A., Uni- versity of Alabama,- Peabody College; University of Pittsburgh. RUBY HAVENS COUNTRYMAN Science,- B.S., Alabama College. KENNETH CROSLIN Librarian; B.S., Southern Illinois University,- M.A., Peabody College. THOMAS M. DART Mathematics; B.A., University of Mississippi; University of Mississippi, Graduate Study. RAYMOND McCOY DEMING Geography,- B.S., Union University,- M.A., Ed.D., George Peabody College. JO ANN EASON Art; B.F.A., Newcomb College, Tulane University,- M.A., Bryn Mawr College. CHARLES VERNON FARMER Music,- B.M.E., Murray State College; M.M., American Conservatory,- Ph.D., University of Chicago. LAURESON FORRESTER Bio-Social; B.S., M.A., Peabody College,- Columbia Uni- versity. ANNETTE GIBBS Psychology; B.A., Florence State College; M.A., Ohio Uni- versity. THELMA GOODWIN English; Leland Powers School; B.A., Athens College,- M.A , Peabody College. f? n Q O HARRIS HARVILL Education,- Mercer University,- B.A., Georgia Teachers Col- lege; M.A., Ph.D., George Peabody College. NELLIE WALKER HITT Fourth Grade Supervising Teacher,- B.S. Georgia State College for Women,- M.A., Columbia University. JOHN L. HUYCK Music,- B.A., Hartwick College,- M.M. University of Arizona; Syracuse University. JOSEPH ALPHONSE JAMES English and Foreign Languages; L. University Laval; A.B., Bates College,- M.A., West Virginia University; D. en L., Universidad de Granda, Spain. ROY EMANUEL JEFFCOAT Director of Special Services; B.S., Troy State College,- M.S.E., Auburn,- Harvard; Columbia University. PATRICIA THORNTON JOHNSON Art; B.S., Troy State College. B.S., Trey State College ROSCOE DOUGLAS KELLEY Director of Student Personnel; M.S., Ed.D., Auburn. RENWICK CHARLISLE KENNEDY Field Services,- A.B., Erskine College,- B.D., Erskine Theo- logical Seminary,- M.Th., Princeton,- D.D., Sterling College. WILLIAM PAUL LEWIS Education,- A.B., B.S., M.A., Ohio State University,- Ed.D., George Peabody College. MELVIN LUCAS Physical Education; B.S., Troy State College,- M.A., George Peabody College. THOMAS JEFFERSON McCLAIN Associate Registrar,- B.S., Troy State College,- M.A., George Peabody College. TIMOTHY G. McDONALD History,- B.A., Williamette University,- M.A., Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., University of Washington. BENJAMIN M. McKULIK English; B.A., Princeton University. OCTAVIA MARTIN Director of Gardner Hall. RICHARD WAYNE MELVIN Music,- B.M., Illinois Wesleyan University,- M.M.Ed., Indiana University. THELMAS CATES MERSHON Librarian; B.A., University of Georgia,- B.S., in L.S., George Peabody College. GRACIE MITCHELL Physical Education,- B.S., Howard College. MARTHA FIELDS MIXSON Second Grade Supervising Teacher,- B.S., Troy State Col- lege,- M.A., George Peabody College. JOHN H. MULLER Science; B.A., Oklahoma City University. PAUL L. MUSSLEMAN History; B.S., Florence State Teachers College; M.A., M.S. Alabama Polytechnic Institute. HORACE JACK NELSON Education; B.S.E., Arkansas State College; MA, Ed.D. Columbia University. JAMES FRANK O ' NEAL Mathematics; B.A., Vanderbilt University; M.R.E., South- western Baptist Theological Seminary; MA, Columbia University. TALMADGE OSWALT Science,- B.S., University of Alabama. ANNETTE SHAKELFORD PARKS Assistant Librarian; B.S., Troy State Teachers College. JOHN G. PARKS Science; B.S., Arkansas State College; M.S. in Ed., Troy State College. CLOYD WOODROW PASKINS History; B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State College; M.A., Duke University,- University of California; Syracuse University. ROBERT COCHRAN PAXSON Art; B.S., Kutztown State Teachers College,- M.S., Pennsyl- vania State University. OLIVIA KIRBY RAINER Music,- B.A., Western Kentucky State College,- New York University,- Western Kentucky State Teachers College. SARAH RAULSTON House Director; A.B., B.S., M.S., Troy 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., MA, Ed.S., George Peabody College. JOHN H. ROBERTS Science,- B.S., Tennessee Polytechnic Institute; M.A., George Peabody College. ETHEL SANDERS Librarian; B.S., Troy State College,- B.S., in L.S., Louisiana State University. ORVILLE SCHOMBERG Science,- B.S., Colorado State College; M.A., Colorado State College,- M.S., Oklahoma A M College. KERLIN McCULLOUGH SEITZ Geography,- B.S., Northeast Missouri State College,- M.A., George Peabody College; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. KATE GREEN SHELBURNE Dean of Women,- B.S., M.Ed., Alabama Polytechnic In- stitute. r ffct Jib- te 1 .m , M " ' » " « JAMES HENRY SOLES Mathematics; B.S., Troy State College; M.A., University of Alabama. JACK PAYNE SOLOMON English; B.A., Troy State College; M.A., Columbia Univer- sity; Ed.S., George Peabody College. MARION ELLEN SOLOMON Third Grade Supervising Teacher; B.S., M.S., Troy State College. GILBERT O. SPENCER Science; B.S., Birmingham-Southern; M.A., George Pea- body College; University of Alabama. BROOKS THOMPSON History; B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Alabama. ALICE GREEN THORNTON Art; East Central State College of Oklahoma, B.A.; M.A., Columbia University; Graduate Study, University of Arkan- sas and Ohio State University. FREDDIE PAULINE TRANUM Business Education,- B.A., Howard College,- M.A., Colum- bia University; Graduate Study, University of Texas. LEVI STANFORD VANDERFORD Education,- A.B., M.A., University of Alabama,- Yale Uni- versity,- Columbia University; Peabody College. WILLIAM F. WALTERS Business Education,- B.S., Troy State College,- M.Ed., Auburn University. TEX KILPATRICK WHALEY Sixth Grade Supervising Teacher,- B.S., Troy State College; M.A., University of Alabama. WILLIAM T. WILKS Science,- B.S., M.S., Alabama Polytechnic Intsitute,- Ed.D., Columbia University. DARWIN R. WILSON Librarian,- B.S., Troy State College. FACULTY PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE JOHN ARTHUR ARCHER Physical Education,- B.A., Arkansas State Teachers College,- M.S., University of Arkansas; Graduate study, University of Mississippi. PATRICIA ALLISON Physical Education,- B.S., Jacksonville State College,- M.A., University of Alabama. RUDY ARGENTI Physical Education,- B.S., Austin Peay State College,- M.S., University of Tennessee. JACK AVERY Science,- B.A., Howard College,- M.A., George Peabody College. JEAN WILLIAMS BARR Music,- B.M.E., Oberlin Conservatory of Music. [ 26 ] RICHARD WALTER BOYCE Education; B.S., Memphis State College; M.A., Memphis State University,- Graduate Study, George Peabody College for Teachers. LUCILLE KING BOYD Social Director; B.S., University of Kentucky,- Western State Teachers College,- Graduate Study, Columbia University. MARK PALMER BREWTON, JR. Art; B.F.A., M.A., University of Alabama. MARGARET KING CLEVELAND First Grade Supervising Teacher; A.B., Alabama College; M.S., Troy State College. NICHOLAS GEORGE COSTES Physical Education,- B.S., State Teachers College, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania; M.E., Boston University. ROBERT AUSTIN DIETZ Science,- B.S., The Principia College,- M.A., Washington University,- Ph.D., Henry Shaw School of Botany. THOMAS ROGERS EASON Business; B.S., Union University,- M.B.A., University of Mississippi; Graduate study, Vanderbilt University. VIOLET GROSS ERVIN Music; B.A., Tennessee College,- Mus.B., Chicago Musical College; M.S., Troy State College. DALTON GROSS English,- B.A., Luther College,- M.A., Southern Illinois University. ANZOLETTE HARDEN English; B.S., Troy State College,- M.S., Troy State College. ABB L. HATTEN Business; B.A., Mississippi College,- M.A., University of Mississippi. TRUEL D. HICKS Business,- B.S., M.S., Mississippi Southern. ARTHUR BRUTON HOPPER, JR. English; A.B., Birmingham-Southern,- M.A., University of North Carolina. FOY INGRAM Director of the Laboratory School; B.S., Troy State College,- M.A., Ed.S., George Peabody College. M. KIAN Psychology,- B.S., M.S., University of Utah; University of California. GERALD LLOYD Music; B.M., M.M., Conservatory of Music of Cincinnati. MARY HOWARD LOCKRIDGE English; A.B., George Washington University; M.A., George Peabody College; Graduate study, University of London. BESS McCANN Registrar; B.S., M.A., George Peabody College. WOODROW DANIELS McLAUGHLIN Bio-Social; B.S., Fairmont State Teachers College; M.S., West Virginia University. LUCILLE HALL MUSSLEMAN English; B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute,- M.S., Troy State College. ANN RAY English; Troy State College, B.S. JAMES EDWARD RAY Mathematics; B.C.E., Alabama Polytechnic Institute. KATE RAY English; B.S., Memphis State University; M.A., Memphis State University. [ 27 ] JANETTE STOUT ROSENBERG English; University of Pittsburgh; B.A., Elon College; M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University. M. STUDY SLATER English; B.A., Earlham College; M.A., Wayne University. LAMUEL CLAY STABLER, JR. Business Manager; B.S., University of Alabama. HENRY EUGENE STERKX History; B.A., Louisiana State University; Ph.D., University of Alabama. ANNE V. TEAGUE Physical Education; B.A., University of North Carolina. ANNE TOWNES Mathematics; B.A., Howard College,- M.A., Stanford University. McKELLAR TOWNES English; B.A., Howard College; M.A., University of Alabama,- B.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. LEONARD YOUNG TRAPP History; Abilene Christian College; B.A., Florence State Teachers College,- M.A., Ph.D., George Peabody College. ROBERT W. WAKEFIELD Assistant Business Manager,- B.S., University of Alabama. EDWIN DAVIS WALTER Art; A.B., M.A., University of Missouri; Graduate Study, University of Oklahoma. EARL GRANT WATSON Physical Education,- B.S., Michigan State University,- Ed.M., Ed.D., University of Buffalo. ISABEL V. L. WATSON Physical Education,- B.S., Western Michigan University. LUCY MeLEOD WHITE Assistant Librarian,- B.S., University of Alabama,- B.L.S., University of Wisconsin. DAVID CARL WIDDOWSON Bio-Social; B.S., M.S., University of Alabama,- M.Ed., Ed.D., George Peabody College; R.M.T., Alabama Board of Medical Technician Examiners. ELEANOR WORTHEN WILLIAMSON Fifth Grade Supervising Teacher; B.A., University of Florida; M.A., University of Alabama. ROBERT WESLEY WILLIFORD Director of Pace Hall; B.S., Troy State College; M.S., Troy State College. WINGATE WILSON Bio-Social; B.S., University of Kentucky,- M.S., University of Tennessee. ANTOINETTE WHALEY Director of Cowart Hall; Troy Normal School. [ 28 CLASS OF ' 63 ANDRESS, LESTER DONALD Greenville B.S., Mathematics, General Science Circle K; Science Club; Square Root of C Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Pace Hall Assistant Director; Kappa Delta Pi. AUSLEY, ANNETTE Geneva B.S., Elementary Education, English BSU Greater Council, Advisory Council; Cowart House Coun- cil; Senior Class Secretary. AUTREY, JOSEPH LATRELL Greenville B.S., Business Education, History Notari Club, Vice-President; Gavel Club, Treasurer; Choir,- SNEA; Stunt Night. BALKOM, CAROL FAYE DeFuniak Springs, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education WAA ; BSU, Choir, YWA Choir,- Publicity Committee, Mission Chairman, YWA; Athenaeum Club. BAREFOOT, REX R. Phenix City B.S., Business Administration, Marketing, Art Notari Club; Gavel Club; Trojan Rifles, Secretary. BAULDREE, BETTY SUE Jay, Fla. Kappa Delta Pi .S., English, History BAXLEY, DAISY Slocomb B.S., Elementary Education, English Athenaeum Club, Secretary; Choir,- BSU; WAA. BELCHER, PENNY Dothan B.S., Elementary Education, History Adelphes Honor Society; Cowart House Council.- Playmakers; SNEA,- PALLADIUM Staff, Class Editor. BODENSTEIN, CAL Madison, Fla. B.S., Physical Education, English Baseball. BOLENDER, PAT Brewton B.S., English, Mathematics Playmakers; WAA ; Senator,- Square Root of C Club; TROPOLI- TAN ; SNEA; Choir. BOLES, JOHN RAYMOND Montgomery B.S., History, Social Science Transfer, Auburn; Senator, Chairman, Policy Committee, Nominating Committee,- Who ' s Who,- History Honor Society. BOOKER, PATRICIA Pensacola, Fla. B.S., English, History Adelphes Honor Society,- Freshman Counselor; Women ' s Gavel Club,- Cowart Hall Assistant. BOUTWELL, PEGGY Greenville B.S., Business Education, English Adelphes; Cowart House Council; Choir,- Notari Club, Secre- tary,- SNEA; Junior Class Favorite,- Women ' s Judiciary Coun- cil; Senator, Student Handbook Committee,- Playmakers; BSU; Senior Class Vice-President. BOUTWELL, WILLIAM Troy B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science, Chemistry Science Club; Square Root of C Club. BESS, EUGENE Kinston B.S., Mathematics, History BLACK, JANICE Georgiana B.S., Business Education, English Shackelford House Council; Choir,- WAA ; Adelphes Honor Society; Spires,- Kappa Delta Pi; Gardner House Council; Who ' s Who. BLACKBURN, RAY .S., Mathematics Georgiana BOAN, KENNETH L Baker, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, Business Administration Senator,- SNEA; Square Root of C Club. Ife " BOWEN, PATRICIA JUANITA Jakin, Ga. B.S., Elementary Education, History Transfer, Georgia Southwestern,- SNEA; Shackelford House Council; BSU. BRIDGES, JO ANNE Camden B.S., Elementary Education, English BRIDGES, MARK J., JR Prattville B.S., Social Science, Art Circle K, Parliamentarian,- Gavel Club, Parliamentarian,- Band. BROCK, JOAN Panama City, Fla. B.S., Business Education, English WAA; TROPOLITAN; Cheerleader; Playmakers; T Club; SNEA; Women ' s Gavel Club; Notari Club, Historian,- Senator. BRYAN, MYRA Straughn B.S., Mathematics, Physical Education WAA, President; Square Root of C Club, Secretary-Treasur- er,- Majors and Minors Physical Education Club, Vice-Presi- dent; President ' s Council; Wesley Fellowship. BUCKELEW, GLENDA Opp B.S., Elementary Education, Music Shackelford House Council; Collegiates, Secretary-Treasurer; BSU, Executive Council, Music Chairman; Homecoming Queen,- Cowart Hall Vice-President. BYRD, LALAR Luverne B.S., Business Education, Physical Education Majors and Minors Physical Education Club. CALLOWAY, MARY SUE Marianna, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Chipola Junior College; SNEA,- Senator,- West- minster Fellowship, Secretary; Choir. CARGILL, JAMES DONALD Troy B.S., Business Administration, Psychology Outstanding Freshman; Dill Hall President; Argonauts,- Presi- dent ' s Council; Junior Class President; Senator,- Senator At Large,- Circle K, Treasurer,- BSU, Executive Council; Student Director Dill Hall. CARTER, MARY ELLEN Georgiana B.S., Elementary Education, History WAA; BSU ; Chi Alpha; SNEA; Choir. CERVERA, NICK Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., Economics, History Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer,- Gavel Club; Argonauts; New- man Club; Proctor, Dill Hall; Attorney General of SGA. CHALLANCIN, DONNA A Belle Glade, Fla. B.S., Music, Business Education Collegiate Singers,- MENC; Choir,- Women ' s Music Club. CHALLANCIN, GEORGE M South Bay, Fla. B.S., Biology, Chemistry Golf Team; Science Club. CHUNN, CHARLES M Baker, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education SNEA. COLE, BETTIE Tallassee B.S., English, Elementary Education Troyettes,- Choir; WAA, Treasurer; Playmakers, Look Home- ward Angels, Waltz of the Toreadors, The Boyfriend; SNEA. COLLINS, THOMAS EARL Troy B.S., Mathematics, Chemistry Athenaeum Club. COLOMBO, J. CHRIS Kissimmee, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, History Dill Hall Council, Secretary,- Circle K, Treasurer, Lieutenant Governor, President; SNEA; Newman Club; Proctor,- Argo- nauts, First Vice President; President ' s Council. CONNER, WINK Montgomery B.S., Business Administration Football; Gavel Club. COOPER, SUSIE Bakerhill B.S., Business Education, History Choir,- WAA; SNEA,- Cowart House Council. COSTON, BETTY Union Springs B.S., English, Physical Education Science Club; Choir; Troyettes,- BSU; WAA, WAA Letter. COTTON, GLENDA K Panama City, Fla. , B.S., Elementary Education BSU; SNEA; Playmakers. COX, EVELYN Troy COX, NANCY LINETTA Florala B.S., English, History Outstanding Freshman Girl; Adelphes, Secretary; Wesley Fellowship; Greater Council BSU; Tropolitan Staff; Canter- bury, President; Religious Council, Secretary; Committee for Admission to Education. CROWLEY, JAMES B Enterprise B.S., English, History Tropolitan, Business Manager; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi, Treas- urer, Historian,- Collegiate Singers,- Choir,- Chi Alpha. 4t n CUTCHEN, SHELIA K Newville B.S., Elementary Education, Business Athenaeum Club, Program Chairman, Vice President; Wom- en ' s Gavel Club; SNEA ; Choir. DANSBY, HOMER L Flomaton B.S., Math, Psychology, Physical Science Baseball; Circle K, Vice President; Pace Hall Vice President, President. DAVIDSON, LYNWOOD OTTO Gilbertown B.S., Business Administration History, Social Studies Transfer, N.F.J.C, Madison, Fla. DAVIS, KENNETH Troy DAW, BARBARA ANN Evergreen B.S., Accounting, Math, General Science. DEWYEA, SHARON Hollywood, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, Art Troyettes,- WAA; Athenaeum,- SNEA; Newman. V DUNN, WILLIAM R Montgomery B.S., Business Administration Accounting Circle K, Board of Directors, Secretary; BSU; Dill Hall Proc- tor; Assistant Publicity Director of SGA. EARLY, BILLIE JUNE Samson B.S., Elementary Education, Art SNEA; Choir. EDWARDS, JAMES EARL Sneeds, Fla. B.S., History, Physical Education EILAND, LARRY COMMER Baker, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Collegiate Singers; Cross-Country Team,- BSU, Freshman Council, President, Executive Council, Brotherhood President; Square Root of C Club. ENGLISH, MARGARET Elba B.S., English, History Collegiate Singers,- Adelphes,- Spires, President; Kappa Delta Pi, President; SNEA, Secretary; Chairman of Women ' s Judici- ary Committee; Great Books Club, Student Leader,- Presi- dents Council; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. HAYES, LEWIS EVERETT, JR Malone, Fla. B.S., General Science, Mathematics Transfer, Chipola Junior College. DIAMOND, HILDA Jay, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Band; SNEA; Cowart Hall House Council; Choir. DICKEY, MONTE Montgomery B.S., English, Physical Science Band; Choir; BSU Executive Council. DiMICHELE, CHARLES CONRAD Wilmington, Del. B.S., Elementary Education, Art Band,- Choir,- Collegiates; Argonauts,- Phi Mu Alpha, Historian; SNEA; Art Club; Tropolitan Staff; Canterbury Club, Inter- denomination Representative, Vice President. DONALD, LORRAINE Atmore B.S., Elementary Education, English Collegiate Singers; Women ' s Music Club; Playmakers,- Kappa Delta Pi. FIELDS, ELEANOR B Headland B.S., Elementary Education, Speech Transfer, Judson College; SNEA. FINLAY, FRANCES E Blounstown, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education. Transfer, Florida State University, Chipola Jr. College; Cowart House Council; SNEA; Playmakers; Palladium. FOREHAND, ROGER Enterprise B.S., Business Education, History Gavel Club, Treasurer; Notari Club, Program Chairman. FOSTER, LARRY A Forest Park, Ga. B.S., English, Business Education Transfer, Virginia Military Institute, Auburn,- Football; Track; Circle K. f) Ci FOSTER, WAYLAND Jay, Fla. B.S., Physical Education, Science Transfer, Pensacola Jr. College; T Club; Baseball; Football; Choir. FREELS, PAUL Greenville B.S., Mathematics, Physics, History Junior Class, Vice President; Science Club; Presidents Coun- cil; Square Root of C Club, President. FREEMAN, JUDY Fayette B.A., Art, French, Psychology Transfer, Alabama Chrsitian College,- Playmakers,- Spires. GAINES, MARY I Dothan B.S., Elementary Education, History SNEA; WAA ; Playmakers, Secretary, Treasurer,- Cowart House Council. GANTT, ROBERT Gantt B.S., History, Science SNEA. GARRETT, MARY ELIZABETH Atmore B.S., Mathematics, English Adelphes,- Square Root of C Club, Secretary,- Great Books Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities,- Spires,- SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary; Gardner House Council, Vice President. GOBER, SUE C B.S., Elementary Education SNEA; Board Member of Admission to Professional Educa- tion Program. GOODIN, DYKE Griffin, Ga. B.S., Mathematics, Physics. Circle K, Parliamentarian,- T Club; Science Club; Square Root of C Club; Track and Cross-Country Team. f Ti GREGORY, THOMAS D Honoraville B.S. Mathematics, Social Science GRICE, WAYNE Ariton B.S. Mathematics, Physical Science n GRIFFIN, KENNETH B.S., Physical Edu GRIGGERS RUBY o PP :ation, Science f 1 v. r B.S., Physical Education, Art WAA, Social Chairman; Physical Education Majors Club. GROVES, KENNETH Pensacola, Fla. B.S., History, Social Studies Circle K ; Freshman Math Award; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Kappa Delta Pi; Argonauts. GROVES, PEGGY L Shreveport, La. B.S., English, History Freshman Favorite; Sweetheart Circle K; Cowart Hall, Vice President; SNEA, Program Committee,- Vice President Sopho- more Class. HALL, JOHN ROBERT B.S., Art, Art Club,- Alpha Phi Omega. HARRIS, EDWARD B.S., Mathematics, Collegiate Singers,- Madrigal Si «4 History Physical Scien igers. Troy ce HARRIS, VAUDE LEE B.S., Business, Marketing Transfer, Marion Military Institute,- Concert Band Andalusia Luverne HEAD, JAMES ERIC B.S., M usic, English, Business Collegiate Singers, President; Phi Mu Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega; Gavel Club; Playmakers. HILDRETH, GAYLE Ozark HINSON, HUBERT B Graceville, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, General Science Transfer, Chipola Jr. College; Kappa Delta Pi. HODGINS, DONNA SUE Phenix City B.S., Music, Voice Collegiates; MENC; Women ' s Music Club, Vice President, President; Concert Band. HODGSON, BOB Orlando, Fla. B.S., Marketing, Business Education Football; T Club; Gavel Club. HOFFMAN, RONNY Highland Home B.S., Mathematics, Science, Business HOLLINGSHEAD, THOMAS C Letohatchee B.S., Mathematics, Physical Education Sports Publicity Director,- SNEA; Track; COISDA; Square Root of C Club; Tropolitan Staff; Palladium Staff, Sports Editor. HORNE, JAMES O ' NEAL Bakerhill B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Square Root of C Club; Science Club. HORTON, JOYCE Birmingham B.S., English, Speech Shackelford Hall Secretary,- Canterbury Club, Vice President, President; BSU; Tropolitan Staff; SNEA,- Choir,- Kappa Delta Pi; Playmakers, Look Homeward Angel, The Boy Friend. HUGHES, WANDA Panama City, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, History WAA, WAA Letter; SNEA; Square Root of C Club; Cowart House Council; Wesley, Fellowship Chairman,- Palladium Staff, Organizations Editor, Editor,- Tropolitan, Circulation Manager. ISAZA, LUIS F Columbia, S.A. B.S., Business Administration HOUSTON, JUDITH T Troy B.S., English, History Choir,- SNEA; BSU Executive Council, Secretary. HOWARD, FREDERICK H Troy B.S., Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry HOWELL, PATRICIA Geneva HOWERTON, JAMES Abbeville B.S., Business Education, History f JACKSON, ANN Quincy, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, Art Senator,- Cowart Hall, President, House Council; Presidents Council; SNEA; SGA Clerk,- Women ' s Executive Council. JACKSON, AUBREY B Jay, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, Science JACKSON, RAYMOND Headland B.S., Biology, Physical Science Transfer, University of Alabama,- Science Club, Vice Presi- dent; Alpha Phi Omega. JOHNSON, JOHN L Elmore B.S., Business Education, Art Gavel Club. i JOHNSTON, MARY BORGIA Montgomery B.S., Medical Technology Delta Lambda Tau, Treasurer; Spires. JONES, MABEL JEAN Troy B.A., English, French Collegiate Singers; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi. JONES, REX CARLTON Brewton B.S., Business Education, History SNEA, Vice President. KINDRED, WAYNE Montgomery B.S., Accounting, Business Transfer, Auburn University,- Notari Club; Concert Band; Choir,- Golf Team,- Gavel Club. o l V KITTRELL, MARY FRANCES Bonifay, Fla. B.S., Business Education Transfer, Chipola Jr. College; Concert Band; Majorette,- Presi- dents Council; President Gardner Hall. LACY, LINDA SUE Geneva B.S., Elementary Education WAA; SNEA; Canterbury Club; Palladium Staff, Class Editor; BSU. LANGFORD, DONALD RAY Columbus, Ga. B.S., Business Administration Gavel Club; Palladium Staff, Assistant Business Manager. LAWRENCE, ELAINE Petrey B.S., English, History SNEA; Choir. LEACH, BILLY Selma B.S., English Circle K, Treasurer, President; Argonauts. LILLARD, PATRICIA J Geneva B.S., Elementary Education Wesley Fellowship,- Secretary Cowart Hall; Playmakers; SNEA; Junior Class Favorite; Palladium Staff. McGLAUN, LAMAR R Andalusia B.S., Physical Education, History Argonauts; SNEA; Senator,- Physical Education Majors Club. Mclean, mary janis B.S., Elementary Education SNEA. Troy MclNNIS, MARGARET Evergreen B.S., Elementary Education McLENDON, TOBATHA Chipley, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Chipola Jr. College,- WAA; SNEA; Gardner House Council; Wesley Fellowship. McMILLAN, RONALD Lakeland, Fla. B.S., Physical Education, History Argonauts; Circle K. MACBETH, GERARD E Jewitt City, Conn. B.S., Social Science LOCKLAR, JANE Elba B.S., Elementary Education, English LOWRY, MARTHA Jay, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Pensacola Jr. College; WAA; SNEA. McCUNE, BEN C Pensacola, Fla. B.A., English, Art Transfer, University of Florida; President Canterbury Club; Religious Council, Vice President; Palladium Staff, Advertis- ing Manager,- SNEA. McDUFFIE, ANN Samson B.S., Physical Education, English Secretary Freshman Class,- Senator; Sophomore Beauty; Wom- en ' s Judiciary Council; SGA Social Committee; SNEA; Cotton Ball Queen,- Argonaut Sweetheart; College Appreciation Day Queen. I jm «sr - t J- yfi ik MAHONEY, LINDA Castleberry B.S., Medical Technology Delta Lambda Tau, Secretary, President. MALLOY, MELYNDA Chipley, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Pensacola Jr. College,- Choir,- SNEA; Cowart House Council. MANNING, CHARLES E Troy B.S., Biology, Chemistry Specs Club; SNEA. MARSH, J. TRAVIS Boaz B.S., Art, Physical Education Football Team,- Circle K ; T Club; Art Club; Proctor. MARTIN, BILLY Dothan B.S., Accounting, English, Business Playmakers, Vice President, President; Tropolitan, Make-up Editor, Editor-in-Chief; Alpha Psi Omega,- Senator; Pace Hall Secretary; Junior Favorite,- Presidents Council. MARTIN, HAMIL Decatur B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Pace Hall, Treasurer, House Council; Baseball; Basketball; TCIub. MARTIN, NOEL A Ozark B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Basketball; SNEA; Square Root of C Club. MARTIN, NORMA JO Montgomery B.S., Physical Education, Art WAA; Choir,- Troyettes; Band; T Club; Physical Education Majors Club; Sweetheart of Phi Mu Alpha; Head Cheerleader. MASON, JERRY Luverne B.S., Business Education, Art MASON, JIMMY Luverne B.S., Art, Business Education Art Club. r I MOODY, JEAN Lucerne MORRIS, DEAN M B.S., Business Education, English Opp MURPHY, EDDIE JOYCE Grand Ridge, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Transfer, Chipola Jr. College. MURPHY, MACK Abbeville B.S., Mathematics, General Science Square Root of C Club; Pace Hall House Council. MURPHY, MARY Panama City, Fla. B.S., Elementary, Education Transfer, Gulf Coast Jr. College,- WAA; Playmakers,- Palla- dium Staff; Senate. NELSON, CAROLYN Montgomery B.S., Elementary Education Collegiates,- Choir ; BSU, Secretary, Freshman Council; SNEA; Cowart Hall, House Council, Treasurer. MILLS, CAROL LEE Dillsburg, Pa. B.A., Psychology; English, History Choir; Band; Collegiate Singers; Canterbury Club; Argo- nauts; Religious Council. MILLS, MARY SUE Florala B.S., Elementary Education, English BSU, Freshman Council, Enlistment Chairman, Vesper Chair- man; Cowart House Council; SNEA. MIXSON, BARBARA ANN Graceville, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, History Adelphes,- Palladium Staff, Editor,- Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Beauty,- SNEA; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities,- Women ' s Gavel Club; Sweetheart Alpha Pi Omega,- Junior Class, Secretary, Treasurer. MOSELEY, CHARLES MALCOM Selma B.S., Physical Education, History President Physical Education Majors Club; President Alabama AHPER. NEWSOME, ELAINE Ozark B.S., Business Education, English WAA ; Choir; Wesley; Notari Club; SNEA. NOBLIN, JOHN W Tuskegee B.S., Math, Chemistry, Physics Science Club, President; Circle K; Square Root of C Club. ODOM, JAMES DALE Andalusia B.S., Math, Physical Education SNEA; Square Root of C Club. OLIVE, IRENE Bascom, Fla. B.S., History, Social Studies, English Transfer, Chipola Jr. College; SNEA; Athenaeum Club, Pro- gram Chairman,- Senator. T A m OLIVE, ROBERT E Mobile B.S., Mathematics, Science BSU, Freshman President, Vice President; Argonauts,- Proctor,- Varsity Baseball. OLIVER, FAYE Troy B.S., Mathematics, History Square Root of C Club; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA. OWENS, Arthur J Troy B.S., History, English Senator at Large; Debate Club; Kappa Delta Pi; Tropolitan, Reporter, Critic, Columnist. PACE, BOB Jakin, Ga. PATTERSON, JAMES A Andalusia B.S., Mathematics, Accounting Collegiate Singers,- Choir; Circle K; BSU; Pace Hall Council. PAULK, JERRY Apalachicola, Fla. B.S., Physical Science, Mathematics POWELL, EUGENE Parsons, Kansas B.S., Accounting, Business Transfer, South Eastern Bible College,- Chi Alpha,- Religious Council. RAWLINSON, LaNELLE Clanton B.S., Mathematics, Chemistry, English Adelphes,- Spires,- Science Club; Square Root of C Club, Vice President,- SNEA, Parliamentarian. RILEY, BUBBY Ozark ROGERS, FRANK LESLIE Mobile B.S., History, Social Studies Argonauts; Canterbury Club; Science Club; IRC; Defense Committee. ROGERS, SYLVIA Blakely, Ga. B.S., English, Business Education Adelphes,- SNEA; Cotton Ball Queen,- Women ' s Gavel Club, Second Vice President,- Palladium Staff, Administration Edi- tor,- First Alternate for Homecoming Queen. ROUGHTON, TONY L. Panama City, Fla. B.S., History, Economics Transfer, Florida State University; BSU. PAULK, LARRY DeFuniak Springs, Fla. B.S., Business Administration, Marketing Baseball; T Club, Vice President; House Council. PEACOCK, JOHNNY RANDALL Troy B.S., English, Mathematics POPE, JAMES Union Springs B.S., Business Education, History Gavel Club. POPE, SARA R Dothan B.S., Business Education, English SNEA; Choir. o ROWELL, M. DOUGLAS Greenville B.S., Physical Science, Physics, Math Specs Club; Square Root of C Club; Band. RYALS, NELLIE SUE Brundidge B.S., English, Business Education Tropolitan Make-up Editor; Kappa Delta Pi; Great Books Club. RYLES, TIM Hartford B.S., History, Social Studies, English Argonauts, President; Debate Club, Vice President, President; SGA, President; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA ; Who ' s Who; Presi- dents Council; History Honor Society; National President SNEA,- State President Student AEA; Merit Scholarship Award. RYTTENBERG, HARRY Sumter, S. C. SALIBA, A. H Dothan B.S., Art, Mathematics Transfer; NEA; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi; National Rifleman ' s Association. SALTER, LU ANN Greenville B.S., Elementary Education, English WAA ; Cowart Hall House Council, Vice President; SNEA; Playmakers. SANSONE, AL Brooklyn, N.Y. B.S., History, Social Studies, Counseling Presidents Council; Kappa Delta Pi; SGA, Social Chairman,- Playmakers; SNEA, President; President Alpha Phi Omega. SCHOFIELD, DON Opp B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science SENN, ELIZABETH C Troy B.S., English, Speech NCTE; SNEA; Playmakers; Tropolitan. SEXTON, MIKE Selma B.S., Physical Education, English Varsity Basketball; Class Favorite; Physical Education Majors Club, President; Freshman Basketball Coach. zz SMITH, GLENDA J Dothan B.S., English, History SNEA; Playmakers, Secretary. SMITH, JOHN M Dothan B.S., Business Education, Marketing Basketball; Gavel Club. SMITH, MARTHA Eclectic B.S., Music, English Collegiate Singers; Women ' s Music Club; Cowart House Council; MENC. SMITH, WILLIAM S Luverne B.S., Business Administration, History STANLEY, H. JOYCE Opp B.S., Elementary Education, History Transfer; Chi Alpha,- Religious Council; SNEA; Choir. STEED, CAROLYN Brantley B.S., Elementary Education, History SHAW, KENNETH L Long Island, N.Y. B.S., Physical Education, History Basketball; T Club. SHOWS, MARTHA ELLEN Clewiston, Fla. B.S., English SIMS, JACKIE Frisco City B.S., Medical Technology Delta Lambda Tau, Secretary, Vice President. SMITH, ERNEST Greenville B.S., Business Education, History Gavel Club. STEPHENS, ROGER La Grange, Ga. B.S., Physical Education, Math Transfer, Clemson College; Football; Baseball; T Club, Vice President; Circle K. STRICKLIN, LINDA Union Springs B.S., Mathematics, English Adelphes, Secretary,- Athenaeum Club; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer. SULLIVAN, WALTER Dothan B.S., Business Education, History Collegiate Singers; Notari; SNEA; Alpha Phi Omega; Presi- dent ' s Council. SUTTON, ANNE Ariton B.S., English, Art Athenaeum Club; Choir,- SNEA; SGA, Treasurer; Tropolitan. JeJm p 1 SUTTON, CAROLYN A Atmore B.S., History, English, Psychology Playmakers, The Boyfriend. SWEENEY, MILLARD J Mossy Head, Fla. B.S., Business Education, History Transfer, Chipola Jr. College. TAYLOR, BARBARA W Laurel Hill, Fla. B.S., English, Psychology WAA ; SNEA,- Chi Alpha; Playmakers,- Choir,- Tropolitan. TAYLOR, SIDNEY M Valparaiso, Fla. B.S., Business Education, Marketing Phi Mu Alpha, Secretary; Choir,- Tropolitan,- Collegiates. TAYLOR, THOMAS E Newville B.S., Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry Square Root of C Club,- Science Club; Senator,- Proctor. THOMAS, JAMES Highland Home B.S., Mathematics, Business, Science Football. » - THOMAS, PATRICIA ANN Panama City, Fla. B.A., English, French Transfer,- WAA ; SNEA; Senator,- Tropolitan; Palladium Staff; Playmakers. THOMAS, WENDELL D Laurel Hill, Fla. B.S., Mathematics, English, History TILLMAN, YVETTE B.S., Elementary Education SNEA; Choir. TINDALL, HOWARD D Enterprise B.S., History, Social Science, English Transfer, Pensacola Jr. College; Argonauts. TOWNSEND, AUDREY B Mayo, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education Tropolitan Staff. TURNER, BOB Troy TURNER, SHEILA Atmore B.S., English, History Playmakers; Alpha Psi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA; Shack- leford Hall, House Council, Social Chairman,- Class Beauty. VICKERS, CAROLYN A Troy B.S., English, History Band; SNEA; Kappa Delta Pi; Tropolitan, Managing Editor. VICKERS, MARVIN K Goshen B.S., History, Music, Psychology Band; Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer, President. WADE, MINNIE Clanton B.S., Math, Physical Education WAA ; SNEA; Square Root of C Club; Concert Band; Head Majorette; Choreographer of Troyettes; Physical Education Majors Club. WARD, ERNEST Red Level B.S., Business Education Proctor; Chi Alpha; Gavel Club; Notari Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Business Manager of Palladium. WARD, VIRGINIA Headland B.S., English, Art Freshman Favorite,- Freshman Class Secretary,- Playmakers,- Women ' s Gavel Club; SNEA; Adelphes,- T Club; Tropolitan Staff; Cheerleader, co-Captain. WATFORD, LUCK Mobile B.S., Mathematics, Physical Science Circle K, Secretary; Square Root of C Club, President; Science Club; T Club; Tennis Team,- SNEA; Treasurer Pace Hall; Presidents Council; President Senior Class. WATFORD, MAMIE Abbeville B.S., Business Education, English Troyettes,- SNEA; Choir. WATSON, NANCY R Evergreen B.S., English, Physical Education WAA ; SNEA; Tropolitan Staff; Great Books Club; Physical Education Majors and Minors Club. WELLS, MARIE JUANITA Cottonwood B.S., Business Education, English WAA ; SNEA; Adelphes; Choir,- Senator,- Kappa Delta Pi; Women ' s Gavel Club, Secretary. WHALEY, JUDITH S B.S., Elementary Education, Music Religious Council; Cowart House Council. WILLIAMS, ELSIE B.S., English, History Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA,- Secretary SGA. Troy Abbeville WILLIAMS, JEAN Troy B.S., Elementary Education, English WAA; BSU ; Choir; SNEA. WILLIAMS, WANDA J Andalusia B.S., Physical Education, History WAA, Reporter,- SNEA; Physical Education Majors Club; Assistant Director of Apartments. - YOUMANS, BOB ...... Lexsy, Ga. B.S., Business, Physical Education Transfer, Georgia Military College,- Football; Baseball; T Club. YOUNGBLOOD, CHARLOTTE B.S., Elementary Education BSU; SNEA. Troy BOOKER, WAYNE Evergreen B.S., Business Administration MclNNIS, GERALD Opp MAYR, RICHARD L Troy B.S., Mathematics, Business Circle K Club, Social Committee. O ' GWYNN, PAUL D Evergreen B.S. " , History, Social Studies Transfer, Daphne State Normal. WILLIFORD, CAROLYN Altha, Fla. B.S., Elementary Education, History Transfer, Chipola Jr. College; SNEA; BSU ; President Religious Council; Wesley Fellowship, Program Chairman. WILSON, MARTHA Brundidge B.S., English, History, Social Studies Transfer, Belhaven College,- Choir,- SNEA; Sophomore Class Favorite,- Cowart House Council; Beauty Parade,- Tropolitan Staff,- Palladium Staff, Feature Editor. WOODHAM, VIRGINIA Midland City B.S., English, Business Education Adelphes,- Women ' s Executive Council, President; President ' s Council; Kappa Delta Pi; Women ' s Gavel Club; Women ' s Judiciary Committee,- Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. YATES, MILDRED KAY Phenix City B.S., Elementary Education, History SNEA. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ANNETTE AUSLEY, Secretary; LUCK WATFORD, President; PEGGY BOUTWELL, Vice-President CLASS OF ' 64 AARON, MARIE Wetumpka ALLEN, ELLA KATE Elba ANDERSON, RAMONA Panama Canal Zone APLIN, CHARLES Florala ATTAWAY, HELEN Altha, Fla. - BAGGETT, BRENDA E. Columbus, Ga. BAHER, HELEN Louisville BARDIN, GLENDA J. Gonzalez, Fla. BARLOW, LANA Castleberry BARNES, ERNEST Blakely BARNETT, JAMES Atmore BATES, ALCYONE Union Springs BELL, JO ANN Chipley, Fla. BLACKBURN, REX Georgiana BLACKMAN, HILDA Jay, Fla. BLACKSTOCK, ALLEN Kinston BLAKE, ED Lesbon, Conn. BLEDSOE, GERIE Eglin Air Force Base BOLIN, GLENDA Slocomb BRUCE, BILLY Selma BRYAN, YVONNE Elba BURROUGHS, RON Savannah, Ga. BUTGEREIT, CHARLOTTE Fairhope BUTLER, GLORIA ANN Montgomery BYRD, JAN Atmore BYRD, WANETTA ANN Atmore CALHOUN, MARLISE Eustis, Fla. CARLTON, GAY Okeechobee, Fla. CHEATHAM, JEAN Greenville CONDREY, SUE Graceville, Fla. CONLEY, PAUL Bartow, Fla. CORBIN, LANNIE Niceville, Fla. COX, ROBERT Slocomb CULBERTH, GERALD Columbia CULPEPPER, THOMAS Gantt DANIELS, CAROLYN Samson DAVIS, JIMMIE M. Laurel Hill, Fla. DAVIS, T. LARRY Phenix City DEAN, BONNIE Oak Hill DEITHMAN, BOBBIE Enterprise DELONEY, LINDA Ozark DIXON, LINDA Perry, Fla. DODSON, CAROLINE Troy DORSEY, DONNA A. Opp DRAKE, SUE DeFuniak Springs DUNN, BARBARA Samson DUPREE, CECIL Ashford EFURD, HARRY Eufaula life £ J? B f €? p n ( duffel _ 1 1 - »— - 4iM .hi 1 v ENGLISH, RONNY Linnwood ENGSTROM, LAUREL Lynn Haven, Fla. FENN, SYLVIA Panama City, Fla. FLOWERS, ARGIE ANN Brundidge GALLOWAY, THOMAS Hartford GREGORY, GLENDA Greenville GOODMAN, H. GARY Columbus, Ga. GRANT, ROD Greenville GREEN, JOYCE Red Bay HAFFORD, BETTY Westville, Fla. HALL, EDWARD Doth an HANNAH, LINDA Geneva HAYES, PATRICIA New Brockton HAYS, RONNIE Mobile HENDERSON, JAMES Troy HENDERSON, PAT Ashford HOBBS, STANLEY R. DeFuniak Springs HOLMES, MIKE Hayneville HORNSBY, CHARLOTTE Tuskegee HOWELL, RAY Clanton HOWELL, SANDRA Prattville JOHNSON, GAYNELL Notasulga JOHNSON, GERALD Greenville JOHNSON, LARRY Herndon, Ga. JOHNSTON, JUDY Panama City, Fla. JONES, NEIL Pensacola, Fla. KERVIN, DOROTHY J. Georgiana KINNEY, SALLY Montgomery KIRBY, RANSOM Mobile KNIGHT, GLADYS Columbus, Ga. KNIGHT, LINDA Lafayette LAW, SAM Montgomery LAWSON, CAROL Georgiana LEE, DENNIS Beloit, Wisconsin LEE, MARY ANN McKenzie LINEBERRY, JANE Birmingham LITTLE, ELIZABETH Pensacola, Fla. LYONS, LEONARD L. Bayou LaBatre McAULEY, JEANNIE Notasulga McDADE, EVELYN Troy McKENZIE, ROD Tallassee McLAURINE, ARTHERINE Uriah McLAURINE, NELL Uriah McLEOD, JUNE Cottonwood MARTIN, MELINDA Florala MEIGS, SALLY Monroeville MESSER, ERNESTINE Geneva MIDDLEBROOKS, ANN Birmingham f f f MITCHELL, BEN G. Eufaula MOODY, MIKE Luverne MOORE, SAM Pine Mt., Ga. MOORER, NELLIE G. Ft. Deposit NALL, JUDY Andalusia NAUGHTON, FRED Madison, Fla. NELSON, CAROL Holtville NORDAN, FAYE Marianna, Fla. OAKLEY, ANN Columbia OVERSTREET, BOB Ft. Deposit OWENS, DOUGLAS Atmore PEEBLES, WILLIAM R. Silver Springs, Fla. PERDUE, ALICE ANN Phenix City PHILLIPS, GEORGE Headland PHILLIPS, WAYNE Corner POWELL, PATRICIA Uriah PRIDGEN, QUINOMA Samson QUICK, VAN Selma REEDER, JAMES A. Miami, Fla. REID, SAMUEL H. Greenville RIDDLE, CAROLE Phenix City ROCHE, JEAN Ocala, Fla. RODGERS, JOHN Montgomery RUSSELL, SHIRLEY A. Hartford SCOTT, BOBBY PAUL Birmingham SHATTUCK, JUDITH C. Camden SHUMAN, ROSTON Wildwood, Fla. SIMS, JACQUELINE Montgomery SLATON, SAM Tuskegee SLAUGHTER, MALLORY Banks STINSON, JIMMIE Troy TATE, JOSEPH Camden TATE, WARREN Camden THOMPSON, SCOTT Selma TURNER, CAROLYN Patsburg WARD, BETTY B. Headland WATSON, FLORENCE Pensacola, Fla. WHIGHAM, MARY Enterprise WHITE, LINDA Headland WHITFIELD, ESTUS Niceville, Fla. WHEELER, WILLIAM Cross City, Fla. WILKINSON, ERVEL Blue Springs WILLETT, FRANK Columbus, Ga. WILLIS, HARVEY Albany, Ga. WILSON, KAY Opp WINDHAM, MARIAN Malone, Fla. WISHUM, JOAN Andalusia WOOTEN, CLAYTON Jay, Fla. mim 1 ft fcrt.A y vj f 7 P? y4 A A k WORRELL, DICK Sanford, Fla. .. T u k JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS DON SHARPE, Vice President; WILLIAM THIGPEN, President; LINDA MAHONEY, Secretary. : v wmmm? mm® ' ADAMS, KENNETH M. Andalusia ADKINSON, MICKEY Ozark ALFORD, NINA Samson AMISON, KENNETH Foley BAILEY, BETTY Frisco City BARNES, JERRY Andalusia BATES, LARRY Troy BAUER, GEORGE F. Mobile BELL, CHARLES Tuskegee BELL, PEGGY Montgomery BENNETT, CAROL Napier Field BILLINGSLEY, CLARK Billingsley BLANTON, GLORIA Excel BOONE, BILLY Monroeville BOVIS, JOHN Kissimmee, Fla. BOWEN, MARY Fairhope BRANNON, CHARLES St. Petersburg BROADWAY, MILDRED Clayton BROOKS, CAROL Montgomery BRYANT, CLAYTON Andalusia BRYANT, SARAH Dothan BRYARS, REBECCA Bay Minette BRYARS, VIRGINIA T. Bay Minette BUCKELEW, FAYE Opp CLASS OF ' 65 r " fn f j ?. f)fi Ci V - v f r " f fi A BUCKNER, JUDY Blakely, Ga. BURKETT, CECILIA Elba BUTLER, JOHNNY Andalusia CARR, LYNDA Elba CARROLL, YVONNE Abbeville CHANCELLOR, TOMMY Troy CHANCEY, SUSAN Cottonton CHAPMAN, DANNIE Columbus, Ga. CLARK, JO ANN Andalusia COATS, JOHNNIE Birmingham COBB, SUZANNE Pensacola, Fla. COFTY, PATSY Colquitt, Ga. COLEMAN, SUE Mobile COLVIN, BETTY JO DeFuniak Springs CONLEY, DALE Bartow, Fla. COOK, CHARLAINE Bonifay, Fla. COOKE, SANDRA Bainbridge, Ga. COOPER, JO ANN Bakerhill COPELAND, OLIN Troy COUCH, CHARLES Montgomery CURINGTON, WILLIE Union Springs DAVIS, MARTHA Brantley DAY, WILLENE Brundidge DEAN, DORIS JUNE Flomaton DELCAMBRE, CLIFF Bayou La Batre DeLOACH, SUE ANN Andalusia DELONEY, RONNIE Ozark DONALD, LEONARD Atmore DUNCAN, TERRY Fort Deposit EDDINS, GINA Troy EDDINS, JERRY Frisco City ELLIOT, BILLIE Kissimmee, Fla. ELLIS, EARL Troy ELLIS, JUDITH ANN Central ELMORE, HARVEY Graceville, Fla. ELSE, PATRICIA Montgomery EVERETT, CAROLYN Montgomery FAULKNER, JIM Birmingham FELLOWS, HUGH Dothan FILLINGIM, CHARLOTTE Dothan FOWLER, JEAN Chipley, Fla. FREELS, JIM Greenville FULLER, JENNY Mobile GABBARD, BOB Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. GARRETT, BECKY Troy GILMORE, PAT Atmore GIRLING, BETTY Dothan GLOVER, JERRY Newton f i? GOODIN, ARVEL Kinston GRANDBERRY, PHYLLIS Ashford GRANGER, RUTH ANN Cottonwood GRANT, CLAVIN B. Evergreen GREENWOOD, GAYLE Greenville GRIFFITH, HENRY Eclectic GRIGGERS, DELORES Greenville HALL, AMY Luverne HALL, CAROLYN Tallassee HALL, ELAINE Pansey HALL, GWENDOLYN Dothan HAMMOND, AL Valley Head HARBUCK, NELDA Enterprise HAYES, JOE Florala HENBY, DONNIE Andalusia HESTER, JOANNE Eufaula HILL, RICHARD Letohatchee HINTENNACH, SANDRA Montgomery HINTON, GAYLA Montgomery HODGES, WANDA K. Dothan HOLLEY, MORRIS Montgomery HOLLINGSWORTH, JAMES Florala 4; HOMES, AMELIA Crestview, Fla. HORNE, JANE Pensacola, Fla. HORNSBY, ANDY Tuskegee HUEY, CHRIS Montgomery HUGGINS, MARY Pine Apple HUGHES, DEMARIUS Dothan HUGHES, SHARON Panama City, Fla. HUGHES, SHIRLEY Ozark JACKSON, LESLIE Brundidge JENKINS, JEANETTE Dothan JERNIGAN, DORIS Theodore JOHNS, ELIZABETH Georgiana JONES, LINDA Climax, Ga. JUSTISS, BENNIE L. Wetumpka KELLEY, JANICE Enterprise KELLEY, RAY Andalusia KELLY, BETTY Atmore KIRCHMAN, JANE Belle Glade, Fla. KITTRELL, ROBERT Phenix City KLOTZ, M ARY JANE Montgomery KRAUSS, CAROLYN Elberta LANGE, JOHN F. Montgomery LANGFORD, SARAH Dothan LARRIMORE, DIANA Robertsdale LATHAM, BARBARA Gainesville, Fla. LAWRENCE, DORIS Eufaula — h m t mA pi { f l k Ait X " ' v w 7 7Z- zr ■ --9 4» MAlMi;Ml 1, IT.. . f- 3 LEDBETTER, FLOYD Troy LEE, DONALD Troy LOCKLIER, JOHN Long Beach, Cal. LOTT, LAMAR Union Springs LOWELL, RAMONA Pensacola, Fla. LUCAS, SANDRA Augusta, Ga. LURIE, JERRY Dothan McCALL, DOROTHY Ozark McCORD, MAURICE Elba McCULLERS, RALPH Greenville, Ind. McGINTY, THOMAS Riverview McGOWIN, LINDA Pensacola, Fla. McLENDON, JERRY Phenix City McLELLAND, WARREN Andalusia McQUAGGLE, MYRTLE Troy MacDOUGALD, MARLYN Troy MANNING, LAURA W. Troy MANWARING, STEPHEN Indianapolis, Ind. MASSEY, JOHN W. Ashford MAULDIN, CAROLYN Foley MEADOWS, LEON GUY Opp MEADOWS, LINDA Hartford MENASCO, BARBARA Theodore MERRILL, MARY BEN Andalusia j m MESSER, JACQUELYN Geneva METCALF, MARTHA Slocomb MIMS, JO ELLEN Ozark MITCHELL, BRENDA Slocomb MIXSON, KEBO Atmore MIXSON, LINDA Enterprise MONEY, PATRICIA Columbia MOORE, CHARLES Wetumpka MOORER, DOUG Fort Deposit ? j£ .P MORRIS, JUDY Mobile MOTSINGER, CHARLES Winter Haven, Fla. NORDAN, LOIS ANN Cottonwood NORRIS, DOUGLAS Uriah O ' STEEN, HENRY Montgomery OTTWELL, CHUCK Pensacola, Fla. OWEN, FOY Highland Home OWENS, JULIA Greenville PALMER, PATRICIA Dothan PARRISH, SHARON Dothan PETREY, KENNETH Pensacola, Fla. PICKETT, JOSEPH Auburn PICKETT, JUDY Americus, Ga. PIERCE, JUDY Montgomery PORTER, JOHNNY Greenville O P P I P .1 ! ffl C P P f) RAWLS RICHARD Gantt REDD, BILLY Enterprise REEVES, JERRY Americus, Ga. RICHARDS, NANCY Dothan RICHARDSON, CHARLES Luverne ROTTON, JOE Union Springs ROWE, WARREN Enterprise ROYALS, SANDRA Headland RUSSELL, MELVIN Greenville SALIBA, ELAINE T. Tuscaloosa SAWYER, HARRY Excel SCHACK, HOWARD Hicksville, N.Y. SELLERS, EDDIE Cottonwood SELLERS, WAYNE Montgomery SESSIONS, JOHN Enterprise SINGLETON, PATRICIA Wetumpka SMART, NEIL Montgomery SMITH, ELIZABETH Greenville SMITH, FRANCIS N. SNEAD, JAMES Clayton SNELL, WANDA Ozark SPARKS, LOWERY Pensacola, Fla. SPIERS, NELL Monroeville STABILE, DAN Sharpsville, Penn. STILL, SARAH Dothan STONE, BUDDY Russellville STRICKLAND, EARL Braggs STRIPLING, PATRICIA Troy TATUM, MICKEY Beatrice TAYLOR, ELIZABETH Luverne THAGARD, KAY Greenville THIGPEN, MADGE Bainbridge, Ga. TREULELAAR, SANDRA Niles, Illinois TUCKER, NELSON Andalusia TURK, SARA Atmore TURNER, LOUISE Marianna, Fla. TURNER, MARTHA D. Ozark WALKER, NICKY S. Munson, Fla. WALLACE, JUDY Brantley WARD, DOUG Hartford WARD, WILLIAM E. Fort Deposit WATSON, DOROTHY McKenzie WEATHERS, SANDRA Georgiana WEBB, MARY MARTHA Slocomb WHEELER, WILSON Waycross, Ga. WILKERSON, PRISCILLA Fort Deposit WILLIAMS, KATHRYN Phenix City WISE, HARRY W. Jay, Fla. £ 4xJ f) P A ft lift WOOD, ROSALIND Smith Station WOOTEN, DICK Bradenton, Fla. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS SHIRLEY HUGHES, Secretary; ROBERT KITTRELL, President; JACK LANGE, Vice President St % ' ™ ?7t r ' 4d • r L_ j mt 5 1 r k f » j 1 3m B ■ ' 1 H » ' ■• ' " •. ' V V ADAMS, CAROLYN Clayton ADAMS, MARY JANE Notasulga ARRINGTON, SHARI Troy BAHER, FOROUGH Teheran, Iran BAILEY, MIKE Detroit, Mich. BARRINGTON, JANE Dozier BARTON, BARBARA Andalusia BARTON, PARK Atmore BATES, ROBBIE SUE Eight Mile BELCHER, WILLIAM O. Eufaula BELL, JUDITH Luverne BESS, BOBBY Andalusia BLOUNT, JERRY Pensacola, Fla. BOLIN, JIMMY Slocomb BONNER, JOANNE Montgomery BOTTCHER, FRED Selma BOUTWELL, MARY Coy BOWDOIN, BARBARA Geneva BOWDEN, BONNIE Greenville BRADBERRY, JOE Brewton BRIDGES, JAMES Camden BRIGANCE, JAMES W. Billingsley BRITE, JANE Ozark BROOKS, BECKY Colquitt, Ga. CLASS OF ' 66 AtUiM BROWN, EILEEN Huntsville BROWN, PAMELA Maxwell AFB BULGER, PAIGE Troy BUNDY, JUANITA Troy BURDESHAW, BETH Dothan BURNHAM, BURNELLE Webb BUSH, ANN Clayton BYNUM, HARRIET Coffee Springs BYRD, RICHARD E. Troy CANTRELL, TONNIE Pensacola, Fla. CAPSHAW, PATSY Geneva CARROLL, DORATHA Graceville, Fla. CHERUBINI, CORKY Danville, Va. CHRISMAN, DONNA Foley CLAYTON, JANICE DeFuniak Springs, Fla. COE, MARY ELLEN Dothan COKER, JOHN Troy COLEY, KATHY Gulf Shores CONLEY, JIMMY Bartow, Fla. CONRAD, MARY M. Lexington, N.C. COOPER, JUNE Opp COX, PATRICIA Stockton CULLEY, HAZEN Birmingham CURINGTON, KYLE Union Springs DANLEY, PAULINE Robertsdale DAVIDSON, WANDA Bay Minette DAVIS, JULIANNE Colquitt, Ga. DAY, VICKIE Atmore DEAN, PATSY Dothan DiMICHELE, BRENDA D. Troy DISMUKE, MELBA Auburn DRASHEFF, DON Birmingham DRUDELL, CHARLIE Auburn DUNFORD, MARY Kingstree, S.C. DWYER, ELIZABETH Hicksville, N.Y. EAST, MIKE Phenix City ELLINGTON, SANDY Auburn ETHERIDGE, CONNIE Perdido FAIL, CHARLOTTE Cordele, Ga. FEACHEN, FRANKIE Andalusia FILLINGIM, JAMES Pensacola, Fla. FILLINGIM, JUDY Jack FLINT, BILLYE Dothan FOSTER, JEAN Greenville FROST, LAURA Ozark GAFFORD, HELEN Greenville GARRETT, BETTY SUE Baker, Fla. GASTINGER, ROXANNE Montgomery G™{) e fir f) 4 ik rii_ i[i GEIGER, LYNDA Clewiston, Fla. GILMER, LINDA Dothan GRANT, GLENDA Frisco City GRIDER, LENORA Fairfax GUINN, SUSAN Troy HALL, MARGARET Abbeville HALL, MARY Kinston HANCOCK, LARRY Excel HENDERSON, ELIZABETH Ashford HENDERSON, MARTHA Florala HERNANDO, HENAO Columbia, S.A. HOLLAND, MARY E. Mobile HOLLINGSWORTH, JANE Florala HOLLOWAY, MARION Elba HUBBARD, TED Selma HUDSON, JANET Opp HUFF, JAMES Foley HUGHES, SANDRA Slocomb JERNIGAN, JOHNNY Crestview, Fla. JOHNSON, JUDITH Clayton JOHNSON, TED Shorter JOHNSON, WYLIE C. Tuskegee JONES, MIKE Andalusia JONES, SANDRA Dothan KEAHEY, CHERRY Ramer KEOWN, VIRGINIA Fairhope KHASHADURIAN, VICTOR Beirut, Lebanon KILLINGSWORTH, BRUNETTA Troy LANCASTER, REBECCA Florala LARKIND, HAROLD Long Island, N.Y. LINSLEY, CAROL Andalusia LITTLETON, STANLEY Newton McGINTY, ANN Opelika MclNNIS, DANIEL DeFuniak Springs, Fla. McKINNEY, KATHY Pine Level McKENZIE, ANNE Lake City, Fla. McLENDON, LINDA Ozark MARTIN, COURTNEY Port St. Joe, Fla. MARTIN, SANDRA Andalusia MATHISON, CAROLE Brundidge MESSER, GAYNETTE Geneva MOORE, PENNY DeFuniak Springs, Fla. MOORER, LEE Mt. Willing MOSLEY, JACK B. Selma MULKEY, CAROLYN Andalusia MURPHY, KEN Kissimmee, Fla. NAPIER, SUE Ozark NICHOLS, WALTER Montgomery r o NORRELL, ANITA Montgomery O ' BRANNON, CHERYL Dothan OGLETREE, SANDRA Brewton OVERSTREET, BILL Fort Deposit PARKS, JOHN EARL Troy PARRISH, RAYMOND Dothan PEEPLES, JEANETTE Eclectic PEGG, BILL Hollywood, Fla. PETTY, BO Selma POPE, KAY Union Springs PRICE, JUDY Newton PRICE, JUNE Fairfax PRICE, LINDA Dozier RALEY, MICHAEL Red Level RANSOM, JAMES E. Eufaula RENZY, DONNA Monroeville RIGGS, ELIZABETH A. Camden RIGGS, VIRGINIA N. Camden RILEY, JACQUELYN Greenville ROBERTS, BETTY Clio SALTER, SHERRY Monroeville SAYLER, RODNEY Dothan SCARBOROUGH, ALICE Dothan SCHOFIELD, RONNIE Montgomery SEARCY, CHARLOTTE Enterprise SEGO, PENNY Tuskegee SHATTUCK, RICHARD L. Camden SHAW, JANETTE Fairhope SHUMAN, CHERYL Ozark SIMMONS, WILLIAM D. Dothan SIMPKINS, GEORGE Camden SITES, DIANE Blakely, Ga. SMITH, BARBARA J. Greenville SMITH, BRENDA Atmore SNYDER, PAT Brewton SPURLIN, NEIL Elba STARR, JANICE Auburn STILES, RON Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. TAYLOR, CHARLOTTE Ashford TAYLOR, MARJORIE Slocomb TERRY, JANE Andalusia THOMPSON, MATTIE P. Brundidge THORNELL, MARY SUE Ashford THORNTON, REX Troy THROWER, ANNE Dothan TRAMEL, BARBARA Colquitt, Ga. VALINE, SPENCER Gantt WADE, KAY Hollywood, Fla. _ 4T1 1 -I f WALDROP, MARTINA Opp WATKINS, WAYNE Andalusia WATSON, DONALD Akron, Ohio WEAVER, RONNIE Phenix City WEBB, ELAINE Dothan WEEKLEY, JOHN Millbrook WELDON, AL H. WELDON, ELIZABETH Notasulga WELLS, WILLIAM M. Montgomery Jh - 4 WHITE, CLARIS Newton WHITING, LYNN E. Medina, N.Y. WHITTIER, CHUCK Mobile WHITTLE, LINDA Georgiana WIGGINS, CHARLES Andalusia WILLIAMS, JOAN Mobile WILLIAMS, WILLODYNE Evergreen WILLIAMSON, SHARRON Andalusia WILSON, CHERRY Andalusia WITTNER, MARGARET Mobile WOODALL, HAROLD Kissimmee, Fla. WOODHAM, LINDA Geneva WOODHAM, MARY Louisville YEAMAN, SUSAN Florala YOUNG, JOHNNY Andalusia J YOWELL, JUDY Kissimmee, Fla. ZORN, GLENN Florala FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS JAMES E. RANSOM, Vice President; ANITA NORRELL, Secretary; JOHN CROSS, President ORGANIZATIONS Palladium Staff PALLADIUM -v t - i % mI |Ne» - J Wanda Hughes EDITOR Ben McCune, ADVERTISING MANAGER Ernest Word, BUSINESS MANAGER A»-» V ' . M Gayla Hinton ASSISTANT EDITOR ORGANIZATIONS EDITORS: Bobbie Deithman, Mary Ben Mer PALLADIUM - l Marie Aaron, Evelyn McDade CIRCULATION MANAGERS [ 81 ] Penny Belcher, Sue Lacy, CLASS EDITORS Sharon Hughes, TYPIST Linda Dixon, Peggy Robinson, FEATURES Sylvia Rogers, ADMINISTRATION EDITOR Billy Simmons, Tom Hollingshead, SPORTS EDITOR, Jerry Blount PALLADIUM The college yearbook furnishes a popular literary and pictorial record of college life and it becomes one of the most treasured mementos of the years spent in college. The name Palladium refers to the image of Pallas upon which the safety of ancient Troy was supposed to depend. ma i wa p 3 k.r WW Miss Pauline Tranum, Mr. Mark Brewton, ADVISORS [ 82 ] Sandra Jones, Elaine Webb, ACTIVITIES WOMEN ' S JUDICIARY BODY SEATED: Ann Smith, Judy Noll, Peggy Boutwell, Margarget English, Laura Young, Virginia Woodhan WOMEN ' S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FRONT ROW: Dixie Reynolds, Beth Henderson, Mary Garrett. BACK ROW: Virginia Woodham, Mary Frances Kittrell. Billy Martin, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Charles McDonald, ASSISTANT EDITOR T R O P O L I T A N Gerol Dansby, BUSINESS MANAGER Carolyn Vickers, MANAGING EDITOR C4 Franklin Skinner, REPORTER; Linetta Cox, REPORTER; Anna Rose Ses- sions, COPY EDITOR. T R O P O L I T A N Libby Senn, CIRCULATION MANAGER 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 environment. This publication is a member of the Associated Collegiate Press and receives a yearly rating from that organization. Mrs. M. Study Slater, SPONSOR 85 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Ann Sutton, TREASURER; Gerie Bledsoe, VICE-PRESIDENT; Tim Ryles, PRESIDENT; Ella Kate Allen, SECRETARY; George Bauer, CLERK. STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESIDENTS ' COUNCIL The Presidents ' 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. SENATE Gerie Bledsoe, PRESIDING OFFICER COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: Charles McDonald Ray Boles Authur Owens l«J-J-J J ASSOCIATION S.G.A. JUDICIARY BODY SEATED: Dean Byrd, Nell Spiers, Rosalind Wood, Billy Bruce, CHIEF JUSTICE; Carolyn Daughtry, Edward J. Blake. STANDING: Wallace Roth, Nick Cervera, ATTORNEY GENERAL. S.G.A. SOCIAL COMMITTEE SEATED: June Cox, Frank Calhoun. STANDING: Al Sansone, CHAIRMAN; Mrs. Lucille Boyd, DIRECTOR; Ann McDuffie, CO-CHAIRMAN. SPIRES FIRST ROW: Linda Knight Ervil Wilkinson Margaret English Mrs. Whaley, SPONSOR Alice Perdue SECOND ROW: Mary Garrett Cecilia Colquett Linda Deloney Linda Messick THIRD ROW: Carolyn Daughtry LaNelle Rawlinson Brenda Wallace FOURTH ROW: Janice Black Virginia Woodham ADELPHES BACK ROW: Barbara Menasco, Jewana Dye, Ella Kate Allen, Willie Curington, Nell Spears, Judy Nail, Shirley Hughes, Lurlene Messick, Sylvia White, Mary Taylor, Judy Buckner, Priscilla Wilkinson, Yvonne Bryan, Sue Ellen Johnson, Sylvia Rogers, Patricia Hayes, Judy Pierce, Virginia Woodham. SEATED: Lana Silverthorn, PRESIDENT; Carolyn Hall, SECRETARY-TREASURER; Kathryn Lancaster, Rosalyn Wood, Lela Faye Russell, Eliizabeth Taylor, Karen Hopper, Doris Laurence, Joanne Hester, Judy Pickett. The Adelphes is an honor society composed of sophomore women whose aim is to aid fresh- man 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. [ 89 GARDNER HALL ASSISTANTS: Jamie Cade, Shelia Turner 90 ] Mrs. Octavia Martin, DIRECTOR SHACKELFORD HALL Gaynette Messer, SOCIAL CHAIRMAN; Beth Henderson, PRESIDENT; Carol Billingsley, SECRETARY, TREASURER. NOT SHOWN: Patsy Dean, VICE PRESIDENT. ASSISTANTS: Virginia Woodham, Judy Nail, Melinda Martin, Mary Bowden, Lana Silverthorne, Sandra Royals, Mrs. Reid Lancaster. COWART HALL ' i A . . ' • ' Pat Booker, ASSISTANT; Mrs. Antionette Whaley, HOUSE MOTHER; Ann Jackson, ASSISTANT. [ 91 Pat Henderson, TREASURER; Pat Lillard, SECRETARY; Geral Dansby, SOCIAL CHAIRMAN; Dixie Reynolds, PRESIDENT; Glenda Buckelew, VICE PRESIDENT. VILLAGE APARTMENTS Kay Wilson ASSISTANT Sue Drake ASSISTANT Bobbie Deithman SECRETARY Lenora Owens VICE-PRESIDENT Mary Garrett PRESIDENT Mrs. Sora Raulston DIRECTOR The purposes of the Women ' s Music Club are to acquaint members with the development of American music, to foster the presentation of original compositions and to provide an appreciation for individual performance. The club seeks to promote an interest and understanding of music on campus by supporting and presenting music activities. WOMEN ' S MUSIC CLUB Mrs. Olivia Rainer SPONSOR Jean Fowler Sarah Bryant Ella Kate Allen Patricia Powell Jane Lineberry Boo Mclnnish Patricia Cox Dixie Reynolds Donna Sue Hodgins Martha Smith Sara Longford WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ofjftAfj on f FIRST ROW: Linda Jones, Marion Dunn, Nell McLaurin, Hilda Blackmon, Martha Lowrey, Nelda Harbuck, Lana Silverthorn. SECOND ROW: Nina Alford, Gay Carlton, Barbara Trammel, Linda Hannah, Omega Davis, Mary Esther Taylor, Mary Hall. THIRD ROW: Art McLaurine, Florence Watson, JoAnn Clark, Patricia Money, Frances Dean, Carol Holt, Patsy Summerford, Carol Lawson, Betty Dwyer, Margie Evons, Elizabeth Prescott, Carol Bennett, Amelia Holmes. The Women ' s Athletic Association provides opportunity for every woman 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. [ 93 ] WOMEN ' S GAVEL CLUB " I if-, fcvi Joan Brock; Glenda King, VICE-PRESIDENT; Sally Kinney, June Cox, Sheila Cutchen, Sylvia Rogers, VICE-PRESIDENT; Ann McDuffie, Grace Moorer, Duane Duncan, Juanita Wells, SECRETARY; Sarah Longford, Virginia Ward, Sally Meigs, Sandra Howell, Kay Thaggard, Judy Walker, Mrs. Madolyn Clipson, ADVISOR. SEATED: Ervel Wilkinson, PRESIDENT. STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: Al Sansone JoAnn Bell Linda Close Pat Bolender Judy Nail Jean Cheatham Mary Garrett SECOND ROW: Jon Mann Tim Ryles Glenda Gregory Margaret English Lana Barlow Ervel Wilkinson Brenda Baggett THE COLLEGIATE SINGERS {) , UnvMiu ,? r v Wmnml FIRST ROW: Ann Hogg, Sandra Weathers, Martha Smith, Judy Pickett, Gilda Watson, Donna Sue Hodgins, Dixie Reynolds, Veteria Billingsley, Joyce Grissett, Jane Lineberry, Jean Fowler, Ella Kate Allen, Fran Sparks, Martha Ventura, Rita Boyd, Marilyn Prater, Grace Moorer, Becky Brooks. SECOND ROW: Toni Cantrell, Sarah Longford, Melba Dismukes, Patricia Cox, Anita Norrell, Sarah Bryant, Sara Turnipseed, Karen Hopper, Patty Powell, Laurel Engstrom, Laura Sanders, Judy Lyons, Wanda Davidson, Kathy Coley, Carolyn Billingsley, Judy Yowell, Wanetta Byrd. THIRD ROW: Tim Dodd, Albert Kennington, Joe Tate, Jerry Dykes, James Snead, Larry Collins, Roger Breland, Robert Kittrell, Johnny Gillespie, Jimmy Freels, Lannie Corbin, Jerry Scott, Butch McCullers, Dr. Farmer. FOURTH ROW: Ransom Kirby, Finley Chavers, Darrell Billingsley, Stan Hobbs, Joseph Layton, Randy Boles, Stanley Littleton, Fred Meyers, John Locklin, Dale McCoy, Bob Bonnett, Chris Cantine, Dick Wooten, James Barfield, Gillis Dawkins. The Collegiates have toured through the Southern States singing approxi- mately 25 concerts per year on radio, television, in schools and in churches. This group has gained nationwide recognition during the past four years, having been selected as one of the nation ' s outstanding choral organizations by the Mutual Broadcasting System. Dr. Charles V. Farmer DIRECTOR [ 95 ' uNJNwl HHiw TROY STATE COLLEGE SYMPHONIC BAND FLUTES Thomas Christopher Suzanne Cobb CLARINETS Brunetta Killingsworth Marilyn Prater Jon Randall Boles Mark Bridges Wanetta Byrd Donna Challencin Norman Dasinger Forrest Jones Gilda Watson BASS CLARINET Jeanette Peeples ALTO SAXOPHONES Angeline Hollis Ray Howell James Snead Robert Weeks TENOR SAXOPHONES Stanley Littleton John Rhodes BARITONE SAXOPHONE Willis Brown BASSOONS Donna Sue Hodgins David Shaw STRING BASS Susan deJarnette 1963 BATTERY Carolyn Billingsley Frank Calhoun Sandra Cox Malcolm Cramer Dillard Henderson Sharon Hughes Warren Mundy Gary Serianni Sarah Turnipseed FRENCH HORNS Charles Bell Roger Breland Henry Griffith Motney Williford Judith Yowell CORNETS William Belcher Rebecca Brooks Finley Chavers Kenneth Guthrie Keith Jambretz Fred Meyers Timothy Dodd Joe Tate William Wheeler Laura Sanders TROMBONES Larry Collins Johnny Gillespie John Gregory Ralph McCullers John McKay Joe Rudd Marty Riddle BARITONES Christopher Cantine James Reeder Clarence Thompson SOUSAPHONE Gillis Dawkins Patty Powell TUBA Robert Bonnett RICHARD MELVIN Director J • • G . £ . - - ' ■ - . - . RED WAVE MARCHING BAND Roger Breland, DRUM MAJOR Minnie Wade, CAPTAIN Carole Roberts Mary Frances Kittrell o Peggy Robinson Sharon Hughes ATHENAEUM CLUB FIRST ROW: Mr. Darwin Wilson, SPONSOR; Dale Fallin, Judith Carroll, Delphia Clower, Gayla Hinton, Irene Olive, Barbara Barton, Sheila Cutchen, Lana Barlow, Gladys Knight, Ann Middlebrooks, Sue Tatum. SECOND ROW: Tommy Collins, Roger Helms, Richmond Smith, Frances Dillard, Beverly Roberts, Faye Balkom, Betty Gibson, Paige Bulger, Lee Harris, Dennis Squire, Larry Williams. PLAY- MAKERS FIRST ROW: Laura Young Barbara Holland Elizabeth Senn SECOND ROW: Evelyn McDade Donna Hodgins Willene Day Penny Belcher Mary Gaines Pat Else Geral Dansby Gayle Greenwood THIRD ROW: Anna Rose Sessions Betty Cole Gina Eddins Boo Mclnnish FOURTH ROW: Bobby Thompson Ned Nossaman Mack King Billy Martin Mr. Hopper ADVISOR The purpose of the Playmakers is to offer student experience in play production. The plays provide entertainment for the students and col- lege personnel. The group presents one play each quarter and takes one of the plays on tour of South Alabama and North Florida. Mr. Hopper is the faculty sponsor of the Playmakers. C L U B FRONT ROW: Virginia Key, Nell McLaurin, Raymond Holder, Autherine Mclaurin, Charles Couch, Elizabeth Taylor, Morris Holley, Mary Cope Stuart, Jerry Reeves. BACK ROW: Coach William Clipson, SPONSOR; Wayne Phillips, PRESIDENT; Dyke Goodin, Luck Watford, Clayton Wooten, Joe Pickett, Charles Aplin. TROJAN RIFLES V HJ I ? I s S j SEATED: Rex Barefoot SECRETARY Sam Reid PRESIDENT Dorothy Watson TREASURER Mr. R. O. Arrington SPONSOR Ramona Anderson Jane Lineberry Bob Overstreet VICE-PRESIDENT Harry Efurd Don Walker STANDING: Jim Faulkner James Reeder Marvin Vickers William Hodges Sammy Wood Clifton Brantley Bill Bond Jimmy Davis Robert Gantt v | The Trojan Rifles, Troy State ' s branch of the National Rifle Association, was organized by students interested in promoting safe and proper handling of small arms and to promote sportsmanship by engaging in competitive matches with other rifle and pistol clubs. ,.. ' 6 STANDING: Leslie Jackson, RECORDER; Bob Turner, PRESIDENT. SEATED: Brenda Wallace, SECRETARY; Linda Knight, VICE PRESIDENT. SCIENCE CLUB FRONT ROW: Tom Taylor; Bill Boutwell; Leslie Jackson; John Parks; Richard Byrd. BACK ROW: Dwight L. Adams; Charles Manning; Dr. Wilks; John Rodgers; Bob Turner; Jimmie Stinson; James Home; LaNelle Rawlinson; William Hodges; Brenda Wallace; Mr. Muller, Sponsor; Linda Knight; Joseph Hayes; Pauf Freels. The Square Root of C Club, organized to promote enjoyment and interest in mathematics, requires of its members the completion of ana- lytical geometry and the maintenance of a C average in mathematics. Its members have an opportunity to share a common interest and gain a broader view of the field of mathematics. n T ip FIRST ROW: Freddie Howard, Dwight Adams, Mack Murphey, Bob Turner, Paul Freels. SECOND ROW: Joe Hayes, James Home LaNelle Raw- linson, Patsy Cofty, Brenda Wallace, Mr. Edward Barnett, SPONSOR. THIRD ROW: Mr. James O ' Neal, Leslie Jackson, Tom Taylor, Charles Tom- lin, Dyke Goodin, James Patterson, Bill Boutwell, Jerry Hattaway. 1,0,1 X. S. C. LIBRARY BOXi ALA. DELTA LAMBDA TAU Lambda Tau is a National Medical Technology Honor So- ciety in undergraduate colleges and universities. Its ob- jective is to develop a spirit of cooperation and unity among students entering any of the fields of medical labor- atory technology. Steve Henley, Robert Wells, Henry O ' Steen, Edwena Black, Jackie S:ms, SECRETARY; Lomax Smith, Buddy Adams, Larry Rister, VICE-PRESIDENT; Lenora Grider, Linda Mahoney, PRESIDENT; James J. Brantley, SPONSOR. NOTARI CLUB The purposes of the Notari Club are to promote the social and professional growth of business students at Troy State, and to promote facilities for better under- standing between business students and the business world. SEATED: Gene Rodgers, PROGRAM CHAIRMAN; Elaine Newsome, TREASURER; Sandra Howell, Harry Efurd, PRESI- DENT; Peggy Boutwell, SECRETARY; Joe Autrey, VICE-P RESIDENT. SECOND ROW: Carol Roberts, Sally Meigs, Marie Aaron, Kay Thagard. BACK ROW: Walter Sullivan, Mr. Billy Walters, FACULTY ADVISOR; Sam Law, Tom Spader, Nolin Williams, Rex Barefoot, Charles Clark, Rex Snellgrove. [ 102 ] R E L I G I O U s c o u N C I L Mrs. Lucille Mussleman, SPONSOR; Ben McCune, VICE-PRESIDENT; Llnetta Cox, SECRETARY; Mrs. Louise Collins, SPONSOR; Albert Ken nington, PRESIDENT; Gaynell Johnson, Larry Eiland, Doug Owens, Henry Moore, Glenda Gregory. The Religious Council is composed of representatives from each denominational organization and works to promote and coordinate activi- ties of the denominational organizations of campus. In addition the Council sponsored such campus-wide events as the appearance of Dr. Samuel Stumpf, assembly speaker from Vanderbilt University, and the Bishop ' s Company from Burbank, California, in " A Sleep of Prisoners. " 103 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Mary Sue Mills Jeannie McAuley Linda White Larry Eiland Judy Houston Judy Nail Glenda Buckelew Carol Martin SECOND ROW: Ransom Kirby Leonard Donald Dean Byrd Karen Hopper Monte Dickey Doug Owens Tony Roughton Tony Billing sley Jimmy Howell Don Crapps NOT SHOWN: James O ' Neal FACULTY ADVISOR BAPTIST STUDENT UNION DIRECTOR: Don Crapps FRESHMAN COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Bonnie Bowden Betty Parish Brenda Smith Mary Sue Thornell Jim Sloan Vivian Moore Lenora Grider Mary Boutwell Susan Yeaman SECOND ROW: Wendell Brigance Mary Smith Margaret Whitner Bill Hickman Stanley Littleton Roger Owens Pauline Danley Sally Johnson Carolyn Adams NOT SHOWN: Merrell Barron B.S.U. IN ACTION ar fll MgL i 105 CANTERBURY CLUB BACK ROW: John Wilkerson, Ben McKulik, FACULTY ADVISOR; Mark Bridges, Sue Lacy, FOOD; Jimmy Arnold, Mary Bowen, TREASURER; Carol Mills. FRONT ROW: Ray Howell, DIOCESAN; Conrad Di Michele, VICE-PRESIDENT; Anne Teague, FACULTY ADVISOR; Jenny Keown, Jane Hitchcock, Marlise Calhoun, Linetta Cox, PRESIDENT; Ben McCune, Robert Cumbie, Jean Roche, The Rev. James B. Bell, Vicar of St. Mark ' s Episcopal Church. The Canterbury Club is an organization of the Episcopal Church which is open to mem- bers of all denominations. Meetings are held every Wednesday night at 6 in the Par- rish Hall of St. Mark ' s Episcopal Church. Members alternate in preparing a light meal which is followed by a program. After the program a short worship service is held. The Canterbury Club aims to provide the college student with a break from daily rou- tine and to give him a place where he can learn, a place where he can ponder and dis- cuss 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. [ 106 ] Decorating Thanksgiving Banquet I Dan Stabile, PRESIDENT; Sharon Dewyea, RECORDING SECRETARY; Borgia Johnson, SECRETARY; Reverend Joseph Kula, CHAP- LAIN at St. Martin ' s Catholic Church; Dr. James, FACULTY ADVISOR, Rudy Argenti, ADVISOR. THE NEWMAN CLUB " Cor ad cor Loqutior This is the first year a National Newman Club Federation has been established at Troy State College. This religious organization is a charter group sponsored by the Roman Catholic Church. 1 •mS MLILj 1 ' ffl 1 1 til gfilB 1 m A B, U 1 L 1 : V J W 1E_ j mi r- m, . i m .j mil m WESLEY COUNCIL. Barbara Page, PUBLICITY; Bill Chesser, SOCIAL; Rev. Marvin Warwick, DIRECTOR; Robbie Bates, MUSIC; Marie Aaron, REFRESHMENTS; Herbert Wind, SECRETARY; Linda Hannah, PRESIDENT; Glenda Greggory, VICE-PRESIDENT; Nick D ' Andrea, MSM PLEDGE; James Fillingim, VISITATION; Wanetta Byrd, PROGRAM; Carol Mathison, DRAMA; Jan Byrd, RECREA- TION. WESLEY FELLOWSHIP The Wesley Fellowship is an organization sponsored by the Methodist church. Its aims are to develop 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. Westminster Fellowship A Presbyterian Fellowship FRONT ROW: Motney Wiliiford SECOND ROW: Rev. Thomas Engels SPONSOR June McLeod Sylvia Fenn Elizabeth Lyttle Dorothy Watson Judy Johnston Mary Sue Calloway, VICE PRESIDENT Gladys Knight, President Jimmy Richardson Louise Abercrombie, SECRETARY-TREASURER ARGONAUTS Jimmy Howell, Barney Parker, PRESIDENT; Tony Billingsly, George Bauer, VICE-PRESIDENT; Edward Hall, Dean Byrd, Joe Walker, Lewis Elmore, William Boone, McNei Rigsby, John Bovis, SECRETARY-TREASURER; Dickie Curry, Dan Stabile, Terry Wilkerson, Billy Walker. PACE HALL v J T ; li| 1 ' • » -h - »•■-,, f jj Ml Hr ' 1 Jw -$m WL W fr ' - Rq Ir M wm HOUSE COUNCIL SEATED: Homer Dansby PRESIDENT Mr. Robert Williford DEAN OF MEN Luck Watford TREASURER STANDING: Sam Law VICE PRESIDENT Preston Griffin James Patterson Wilson Wheeler SECRETARY PROCTORS Robert Cox Sam Law Mr. Robert Williford Lester Andress Ray Boles STANDING: Frank Malloy James Reeder Harry Efurd Kenneth Hinson Bobby Scott Travis Marsh Bob Hodgson Walter Sullivan Thomas Taylor Noel Martin Gerry Macbeth DILL HALL PROCTORS: Ray Howell; Tim Ryles; Bobby Clark; Dean Byrd; Dale Smith; Billy Bruce; Ernest Ward; Charles Williams; Ben Roger Colombo; Ed Blake; John Rodgers; Geri Bledsoe; Don Cargill, DIRECTOR; Robert Cumbie. COUNCIL. SEATED: Ken Murphy, SECRETARY; Harold Woodall, PRESIDENT, Jimmy Clayton, VICE-PRESIDENT; Richard Cunningham. STANDING: Mike Ward; Charles Sturma; Bill Overstreet; William Chesser; James Ransom; Neil Tidwell; Don Cargill, DORM DIRECTOR. Randy Boles INITIATION CHAIRMAN Jerry Dykes VICE-PRESIDENT Marvin Vickers, Jr PRESIDENT Joseph Tate TREASURER William Wheeler ASST. PLEDGE MASTER PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA OF AMERICA Iota Nu Chapter Norma Jo Martin SWEETHEART Dr. Charles V. Farmer, CHAPTER SPONSOR Kenneth Ray Guthrie John Richard Gregory Norman R. Dasinger Ralph Goff McCullers John Richard McKay Gillis Ray Dawkins Forrest Clark Jones Joseph Edwin Rudd, Jr. Claude E. Conner, CHAPTER HISTORIAN ft ft SWEETHEARTS: Barbara Mixson Ann McDuffie ALPHA PHI OMEGA Service Fraternity Nu Omicron Chapter Samuel L. Law Ed Blake, PRESIDENT Walter Sullivan, SECRETARY John R. Hall Nick Cervera, TREASURER John H. Rogers Cecil Dupree Ben Mitchell Floyd Ledbetter Ansley Scofield Tommy Chancellor McNeil Rigby Raymond Jackson Ben Rogers, VICE PRESIDENT FACULTY ADVISORS Robert Williford Jack Avery Cloyd W. Paskins FIRST ROW: Billy Simmons, Bill Wheeler, Paul Conley, John Bovis, Scott Terry, Don Andress, Barney Parker, Sweethearts: Jenny Fuller, Nell Spiers, Shirley Russell; Frank Malloy, Don Cargill, John Gregory, James Ransom, Joe Pickett, Wilson Wheeler, Dean Byrd. SECOND ROW: Luck Watford, Jimmy Clayton, Dan Willis, James Patterson, Ken Murphy, Chris Colombo, Homer Dansby, Billy Leach, Henry Moore, Ronald McMillan, Harry Woodall, Robert Combie, Calvin Grant, Kenneth Petrey, Larry Davis. Shirley Russell FALL SWEETHEART Jenny Fuller WINTER SWEETHEART Nell Spiers SPRING SWEETHEART GAVEL CLUB FIRST ROW: Rex Snellgrove Johnny Butler David Price Dick Worrell SECRETARY Larry Johnson PRESIDENT Ben Mitchell VICE-PRESIDENT Mr. R. O. Arrington ADVISOR Joe Autrey TREASURER SECOND ROW: Sam Law Mr. Durwood Taylor George Jaet Harry Efurd THIRD ROW: Travis Marsh Ernest Smith Ernest Ward Johnny Weekly Wayne Kindred Rex Barefoot The Troy State Gavel Club, an affiliate of Toastmasters International, is sponsored by the Business Department. 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. GRADUATE DIVISION STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council of the Graduate Division aims to provide a representative voice for this division in developing the professional aspects of the T.S.C. graduate program. SEATED: Faye Senn TREASURER Kelly Van Brock VICE-PRESIDENT Robert Glock PRESIDENT Jean Thompson SECRETARY STANDING: Dr. W. P. Lewis ADVISOR Carolyn Hicks John Sharpless Hubert Williford Ben Trolinger Betty Sellers NOT PICTURED: Joseph Taranto y ■ M FEATURES II George Norton and Virginia Woodham Mr. and Miss T. S. C. [ H7 ] 1 Campus Beauty Autherine McLaurin The Palladium Staff is proud to present Miss Autherine McLaurin as the 1963 Campus Beauty. Autherine, better known as Art, is a Junior from Uriah, Ala. She is a physi- cal education major. Senior Beauty Lorraine Donald Junior Beauty " Boo " Mclnnish „ ' g Sophomore Beauty De ores Gr ggers Freshman Beauty Cheryl Shuman Sylvia Rogers - Ann Sutton More Beauties . . . Peggy Boutwell Autherine McLaurin Melinda Martin Charlotte Hornsby Judy Buckner Linda Guernsey Judy Pierce Ram ona Lowell w Alice Kay Ward Janet Hudson Rene ' Andrews Pat Snyder The 7962 Homecoming Queen Miss Judy Buckner Homecoming Queen Lovely Miss Judy Buckner reigned as Queen of Homecoming Festivities November 17, 1962. She was crowned by President Frank R. Stewart in ceremonies held at Memorial Stadium. She is a Sophomore majoring in elementary educa- tion. Judy hails from Blakely, Georgia. HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT Sylvia Rogers, Judy, Faye Buckelew ■i Appreciation Day Queen Miss Ann McDuffie . . . 56 " ... 120 pounds . . . black hair . . . brown eyed Senior majoring in physical education . . . Samson, Alabama. f) n o Christmas Queen Miss Judy Pierce . . . 5 ' 6 " ... 120 pounds . . . black hair . . . brown eyed . . . Sophomore majoring in elementary education . . . Mont- gomery, Alabama. ■ ■ U31 lift mm 1 1 ' mhJm Hr % Cotton Ball Queen Miss Sylvia Rogers . . . 5 ' 5! 2 " ... 113 pounds . . . brown hair . . . brown eyed Senior majoring in English . . . Blakely, Georgia Senior Favorites Ann McDuffie . . . Joe Autrey Junior Favorites Elizabeth Prescott . . . Sammy Moore Sophomore Favorites Shirley Hughes . . . Jimmy Freels Freshman Favorites Ted Knight . . . Teresa Knight . WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ' roy State College ies. " This year tr DUANE DUNCAN ■- ERVEL WILKINSON BILLY WALKER MARY ELIZABETH GARRET! AL SANSONE ERNEST WARD JANICE BLACK VIRGINIA WOODHAM 4U JERIE BLEDSOE LANELLE RAWLINSON JOHN RAYMOND BOLES INDA MESSICK NOT PICTURED: FREDERICK H. HOWARD, ARTHUR J. OWENS. •;•,- •. ' ■■ ' DR. WILLIAM F. CLIPSON HEAD FOOTBALL COACH Dr. William Clipson, a graduate of Troy State, returned to his Alma Mater in 1955. Coach Clipson is well-known and respected in this section of the country, for he became known as a very reputable coach when he was head coach at Troy High School. Coach Clipson has no aspirations to enter Troy State into big-time competition, but his desire is to build his team into the best col- lege team in this section of the country. U, Big Ben strikes again! T. S. C. FOOTBALL SCORES 38 Livingston State 14 36 Louisiana College 28 14 Jacksonville State 21 Delta State 30 6 Florence State 27 6 Tampa University 30 6 UTMB 27 13 Presbyterian apsv .-. • Sow ' 62 RED WAVE SQUAD ' . v___ , j PE5;iEE TTT. ■rtr 0 ? COACH MELVIN A. LUCAS Line Coach FOOTBALL COACH RUDY ARGENT! Backfield Coach fefc : x j P H ROGER STEPHENS End WAYNE PHILLIPS Quarterback SAMMY OWEN End T. S. C. FOOTBALL FOOTBALL , " 4H ■ - vPfPjwi v WAYLAND FOSTER Center - g ■ MICKEY HOLLEY Fullback LARRY JOHNSON Tackle FOOTBALL LARRY GILES End JERRY REEVES Halfback FOOTBALL BOB GABBARD Center PAUL NIX Halfback CHARLES DOWDELL Center MICKEY STEPHAN Tackle RAY KICKLIGHTER Quarterback -If COURTNEY MARTIN Tackle ROBERT BATES Fullback JOE BRADBERRY Tackle bfc. T. S. C. FOOTBALL v - BS-aSfl " mO B Ef rM$ } ' -- f ■ ' i T " i f t ' y?yfe|t M w£ floS W 3 ' •- - ., 3 V h jl«5t MS 7 f " I TROY STATE COLLEGE RED WAVE 1962 FOOTBALL ROSTER Roger Stephens E 180 Jerry Bonner E 166 Clayton Wooten E 195 Wally Bassett E 180 Patrick Sanders E 180 180 Sammy Owen E Larry Giles E 175 Larry Foster T 235 Ron Stiles T 230 John Faulk T 195 225 Mickey Stephen T Joe Bradberry T 235 Larry Johnson T 210 David Bates G 190 Al Hammond G 200 Billy Sanders G 170 Ron Burroughs G 200 Arthur Jackson G 195 Doug Jackson G 195 Robert Lloyd G 200 Courtney Martin G 215 Bob Gabbard C 195 Charles Dowdell C 175 Wayland Foster C 200 Wilson Wheeler QB 175 Raymond Holder QB 180 Wayne Phillips QB 165 Ray Kicklighter QB 175 Ben Baker HB 140 Paul Nix HB 175 Charles Aplin HB 175 Walter Landing HB 170 Hazen Culley HB 170 John Frazier HB 180 Jerry Reeves HB 165 Mickey Holley HB 175 Bert Roundtree FB 180 Bob Youmans FB 180 Robert Bates FB 195 Morris Holley FB Trainer: Fred Johnson 135 20 18 20 21 20 22 19 21 19 19 20 18 21 18 20 20 20 17 19 20 18 17 19 21 19 19 21 18 22 19 20 19 18 18 Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. LaGrange, Georgia Robertsdale, Alabama Jay, Florida Byron, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia Blakely, Georgia Perry, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia Ft. Walton, Florida Samson, Albama Crestview, Florida Brewton, Alabama Herndon, Georgia LaGrange, Georgia Valley Head, Alabama Cochran, Georgia Savannah, Georgia Columbus, Georgia Columbus, Georgia Monroeville, Alabama Port St. Joe, Florida Ft. Walton, Florida Auburn, Alabama Jay, Florida Waycross, Georgia Swainsboro, Georgia Corner, Alabama Patterson, Alabama Louisville, Alabama Bainbridge, Georgia Florala, Alabama Millen, Georgia Daytona Beach, Florida Miami, Florida Americus, Georgia Samson, Alabama Adel, Georgia Lexsy, Georgia Rome, Georgia Montgomery, Alabama Manager: John Lucassen ' 62 T. S. C. CAGERS 1961-62 Defending Co-Champions of Alabama Collegiate Conference BASKETBALL John Duce— Chattahoochee, Florida. Duce came to T.S.C. last season from Holmes Junior College. After a year ' s ex- perience as a valuable substitute, the 6 ' 4 " eager earned a starting berth on the ' 62- ' 63 five, contributing to another fine Red Wave season. RONNIE HAYES Center Ronnie Hayes— Mobile. Junior Hayes, 6 ' 1 " , lettered as a soph- omore last season, playing in every game for T.S.C. He ended the season as the bes t shot from the floor and cinching a starting position en the ' 62- ' 63 quint. Hamil Martin— Decatur. The Bob Cousy of Troy State has been a major factor in T.S.C. ' s success for the past four years. This 5 ' 10 " senior guard is a passing and ball handling spe- cialist that earned his fourth letter under Coach Archer this past season. HAMIL MARTIN Guard 148 ] BASKETBALL George Norton — Miami, Florida. Miami ' s contribution to T.S.C. ' s Red Wave quint is probably the most devoted of all the cagers. Norton, a 6 ' 3 " forward, rebounds and shoots with poise. He has led all Troy State rebounders for the past two years and is high among the all-time scorers. Senior Norton made several all-tourney teams during his stay at T.S.C. GEORGE NORTON Forward Jud Dye— West Middlesex, Pennsylvania. Veteran eager Dye joins with Norton in being one of a few that has ever lettered for four years in roundball at Troy State. He was considered the top defensive player in the conference by many. The little 5 ' 9 " guard rates high among the all-time scorers at T.S.C. and has been on the A.C.C. team twice and was listed on most all-tourney squads. Bartolo, Tony Bryant, Clayton Corsello, Gene Duce, John Dye, Jud Gabbard, Bennie Gray, Dick Hayes, Ronnie Lee, Dennis Manwaring, Steve Martin, Hamil Mickey, Paul Mosny, Danny Norton, George Stopa, Joe Thigpen, Bill White, Kenneth Whitehurst, Tommy Wilkerson, Terry 1962-1963 TROY STATE BASKETBALL ROSTER 5 ' 10 " Freshman 6 ' 2 " Sophomore 5 ' 9 " Freshman 6 ' 4 " Junior 5 ' 9 " Senior 6 ' 3 " Sophomore 6 ' 3 " Sophomore 6 ' 1 " Junior 6 ' 4 " Junior 6 ' 5 " Freshman 5 ' 10 " Senior 6 ' 7 " Freshman 5 ' 7 " Junior 6 ' 2 " Senior 6 ' 0 " Freshman 5 ' 10 " Junior 5 ' 9 " Freshman 5 ' 9 " Sophomore 5 ' 9 " Sophomore Ambridge, Pennsylvania Andalusia Chicago, Illinois Chattahoochee, Florida West Middlesex, Pennsylvania Ft. Walton, Florida Sarasota, Florida Mobile Beloit Rock, Wisconsin Indianapolis, Indiana Decatur North Union, Pennsylvania Little Fall, New York Miami, Florida Chicago, Illinois Greenville Hogansville, Georgia Kinston Camden Head Coach: Mr. John A. Archer, Conway State of Arkansas Assistant Coach: Mike Sexton, Troy State Manager-Trainer: Bob Pace Duck your head. [ 150 ] It ' s good for two more. FRONT ROW: William Thigpen, Paul Mickey, Clayton Bryant, John Duce, George Norton, Hamil Martin, Dennis Lee, Gene Carsello. SECOND ROW: Mike Sexton, STUDENT COACH; Danny Mosny, Tommy Whitehurst, Joe Stopa, Tommy Bartolo, Ronnie Hayes, Jud Dye, Terry Wilkerson, COACH John A. Archer. George Basketball -j- Goal = Two Points 961-62 BASKETBALL SCORES 13 Bryan 63 Chipola 97 Central Florida 102 Huntingdon College 91 Georgia State 84 Union University 102 Newberry College 98 Carey College 105 Georgia State 90 Spring Hill 124 Livingston State 73 St. Bernard College 85 Florence State 94 Athens College 101 Pensacola College 80 Florence State 72 Jacksonville State 86 Presbyterian College 64 Jacksonville 88 St. Bernard College 120 Mississippi College 80 Athens College 113 Huntingdon College 90 Georgia State 116 Southern Union 102 Livingston State 139 Athens College 110 West Georgia N.A.I.A. TOURNAMENT 103 Florence State 10 52 58 110 63 76 66 95 95 75 62 81 116 95 69 77 61 55 43 93 93 66 80 50 57 79 106 70 123 Ml ' mm 1 IW 1 You carry it awhile, Coach. Higher, Thigpen! Looks good from here Real soft and easy. Down Boy! ivlkV " !i» 54 24 " v ■ ss s SPRING SPORTS I ¥ ? " • -T t X asjg FIRST ROW: Hamil Martin, Jack Lange, Mike Ingram, Rex Lynch, Bob Youmans, Thad Mixon, Ronnie Lindsey, Tom McCall, Sherrod Waites. SECOND ROW: Coach Melv Lucas, Larry Paulk, Thomas McGinty, Jim Payne, Wayne Phillips, Bob Renfroe, Wayne Holder, Don Sharpe, Wayland Foster, Cal Bodenstein, Frank Rosato. 1962 BASEBALL SCO RES 5 Gulf Coast College 4 13 Gulf Coast College 8 8 University of the South 6 Pensacola College 5 6 St. Bernard College 7 8 Alabama College 7 5 Jacksonville State 3 2 Huntingdon College 1 6 Huntingdon College 3 6 Alabama Christian 5 7 Auburn Freshmen 8 7 Alabama Christian 6 2 Auburn Freshmen 5 2 Auburn Freshmen 1 Pensacola College 7 2 Auburn Freshmen 4 2 St. Bernard College 3 10 Alabama College 6 12 Huntingdon College 2 14 Jacksonville State 6 18 Southern Union College 14 9 Livingston State College 7 6 Livingston State College 7 5 Southern Union College 1 [ 154 ] B A S E B A L L HAMIL MARTIN Coaches: Frank Rosata and Melvin A. Lucas Seniors Martin, Foster, Bodenstein, and You- mans have been instrumental in the Red Wave nine ' s success for the past three seasons, while Coaches Lucas and Rosata have fielded out- standing clubs during their reign as T.S.C. base- ball mentors. ■yaa CAL BODENSTEIN BOB YOUMANS k h I 1 f W «J • JU COACH NICK COSTES Cross-Country and Track Coach CROSS COUNTRY DYKE GOODIN BERNARD BALLARD HARVEY ELMORE RALPH GRANT JOE PICKETT CHARLES COUCH AND TRACK CLIFF DELCAMBRE [ 157 ] TOM HOLLINGSHEAD i PT ' tfp " 3 BURT GAVIN Tennis Team Members: Rod McKenzie, Luck Watford, Burt Gavin TENNIS 9 _ ttl _•_ ' -««; ROD McKENZIE [ 158 ] LUCK WATFORD G ■m EDDIE SELLERS HARRY CLIFTON VIRGINIA WARD [ 159 ] AUTHERINE McLAURIN Captain y m NELL McLAURIN Uriah, Alabama MARY MARTHA WEBB Slocomb, Alabama MARY COPE STEWART Troy, Alabama T.S.C ' S REDWAVE CHEERLEADERS ELIZABETH TAYLOR Luverne, Alabama STUDENT LIFE APPRECIATION DAY Appreciation Day Queen Ann McDuffie and her alternates Barbara Mixson and Linda Guernsey College Appreciation Day was set up by the townspeople of Troy to show their appreciation of Troy State College. The parade was high- lighted by the crowning of an Appreciation Day queen. more cars APPRECIATION DAY _ % ; } 1 " M r r 1 M X R|fc» Am dfe % f - s 1 1 1 -- - P 4f ( ] UfT: Appreciation Day for Methodists participate. mm i Lovely Shirley. Charlotte smiles as she holds the key to the city. Bob Pace, Don Andress, Walter Sullivan, Bobby Andress. FOLK DAY AT T. S. C Folk Day was observed at Troy State College during the summer quarter, under the sponsorship of the Folklore class. The day was climaxed by folk singing contests and a folklore items display. jess who ' s gonna ketch the pig. Come on out and we ' ll sang a little bit [ 164 ] T.S.C ' S BEST-DRESSED GIRL Miss Pamela Brown Miss Brown is a Freshman from Maxwell Air Force Base. Pamela is shown here dressed in her off-campus wear. Pamela will compete with girls from all over the nation for the coveted title of " Miss Best Dressed. " Pamela ' s campus wear gives her a picture of the average campus co-ed. She competed with ten other girls to win the title of " Miss Best-Dressed Girl of T.S.C. " THE BOYFRIEND This musical comedy was presented in Smith Auditorium on December 5, 6, and 7. Under the direction of Mr. Arthur Hopper THE BOYFRIEND was the first musical comedy to be presented by Troy State students. In conjunction with the play, a T.S.C. Boyfriend was elected by popular vote and was presented to the student body on the last night of pro- duction. SEATED: Bob Pace, T.S.C. ' s Boyfriend. STANDING: Wilson Wheeler; Johnny Coates. Singing Leads: Boo Mclnnish, Jimmy Head. Cast Polly Browne Boo Mclnnish Madame Dubonnet Jane Lineberry Tony Jimmy Head Percival Browne Johnny Young Hortense Bettie Cole Waiter Billy Bryan Pepe Jim Fallow Lolita Mary Linda Stewart Chorus Maisie Carolyn Sutton Dulcie Lorraine Donald Fay Kay Pope Nancy Gina Eddins Peg Pat Else Bobby Van Husen Billy Martin Marcel George Bauer Pierre Bobby Thompson Alphonse Charles Taylor Louis Rex Thornton Lord Brockhurst Ransom Kirby Lady Brockhurst Donna Sue Hodgins Director Conductor Choreographer Voice Coach Art Hopper Richard Melvin Anne Teague Olivia Rainer Madame Dubbonet and Percival Browne. Percival Browne comforts Polly after Tony disappears. UBM BOYFRIEND Continued . . THE BOYFRIEND was first presented in Lon- don and achieved a favorable reception and large success. The setting of the show is on the French Riviera at an English girls ' finish- ing school. The comedy is a spoof of the " Twenties " and includes a number of attrac- tive and popular songs. A beach scene from THE BOYFRIEND. f £ kra A Baba in a seance with her clients. Madame Flora with the mute Toby. Menotti ' s THE MEDIUM, presented by the T.S.C. Opera Workshop, with its eerie setting and gruesome conclusions, is actually a play of ideas. It describes the tragedy of a woman caught between two worlds, a world of realty which she cannot wholly comprehend, and a supernatural world in which she cannot believe. Baba had no scruples in cheating her clients, tricking them with fraudulent apparitions and contrived phenomena, until something happens which she herself had not prepared. Monica comforts Toby from Madame Flora ' s outbursts. THE 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 Student Government Association sponsored this repeat performance of this group in a two hour show in Smith Hall Auditorium. The boys, John Howell, Bob Erickson, Jerry DuChene and Doug Evans, won the hearts of the Troy State Student Body with their humor, versatility and good music. [ 170 THE VIENNA CHOIR BOYS The Vienna Choir Boys, made up of twenty-two boys between the ages of eight and fourteen, presented a never-to-be-forgot- ten program for the Troy Concert Association and the Troy State student body. The young boys won the hearts of many with their earnest and sincere performance of many delightful numbers. m THE ORIGINAL PIANO QUARTET The Original Piano Quartet, composed of Adam Garner, Edward Edson, Frank Mitter, and William Gun- ther, presented a program which ranged from Bach to Gershwin on February 12 in the Smith Auditorium. The quartet never ceased to amaze the audience with their nimble fingers and perfect timing in all their numbers. Another Lyceum program under the sponsorship of the Troy Concert Association was the balladeer and recording artist, William Clauson. Mr. Clauson has been acclaimed by many as the world ' s foremost folk singer and balladeer. He was a crowd-pleaser in the broadest sense with his lively folk songs from many countries and his audience-participation numbers. [ 172 ] THE SUITCASE PARADE - - - by G. R. Boyd is X u£ fe-iM-i 4 Friday ' s come! Beat the Druml Join the throngl Tag along. Weekend ' s not a time for study I ' m no old time fuddy duddy. Leaving Troy, girl and boy, Going Homel Shout for Joy! Cannot stay around this place; Got to join the suitcase race. This college town is full of woe; There ' s not o single place to go. SUITCASE PARADE Parties, dances, plays ond games. Dames with boys and boys with dames, Competition, sport, and fun, But when Friday comes I run. - Down the sidewalk, down the street, No grass grows beneath my feet. As I swing my foosteps down The road that leads to my hometown SUITCASE PARADE Glee Club, Madrigals and Choir, But I must warm by my home fire; Student Center, lovely place, But I must pack my old suitcase. Just swell the surge, increase the urge Of the weekend suitcase splurge. SUITCASE PARADE Tennis games by the score. Volley ball and golf galore, Science club and drama too, But I ' ve got not a thing to do. Churches have their Sunday Schools, Town has shows and swimming pool: SUITCASE PARADE But when I hear that last class bell I grab my bag and run pell mell. Swing along, sing a song; Whoop it up, sound the gongl No time to lose; can ' t be delayed; I ' ve joined the grand suitcase paradel TT Do you remember — ho you welcomed? [ 178 ] why he was hung? remembering on i- Do you remember when Mrs. Shelburne was Dean of Women? Who was the two-thousandth student? Who ruined your car? Remembering can prove to be harmful as well as pleasant depending upon the persons involved, situations confronted, and problems solved. [ 179 ] Miscellaneous Shots % W Winning Team STUDENT LIFE I get so tired of commuting. Out at the Bookstore. 1 il j I Blackie says, " Its a dog ' s life. " I ' ll do anything to pass that test! I ' m going to wash that man right out of my hair!! WHAT IS LIFE LIKE • • • " Rolling " a door plays a big role in campus life. 182 ] " You ' ll have to get someone a little taller, for I can ' t quite reach third. " w I I ' ll try to sleep it off. IN A GIRL ' S DORM? %?J You must be kidding! You aren ' t REALLY going to take my picture. ■ Those long, long nights of studying. k.. . Jl Oh, woe is me! [ ' 83 ] Now you will go into the Twilight Zone. SCENES OF ACTIVITY ending activities An education at Troy State College means more than classroom instruction and the use of the library. It also means sharing experiences with your fellow stu- dents and participating in the cultural and recreational program provided by a college such as ours. Part of your education should involve listening to concert artists as well as listen- ing and talking to some of the renowned speakers who appear on the campus. Education should involve constructive bull sessions, cheering at the football games, and participating in the intramural sports. hi i v- ADVERTISEMENTS Sc lb anuari •» a am v ' Alabama ' s Finest Milk ' Troy, Alabama " Moving Forward With Alabama " alabXma machinery and supply co. Montgomery Dothan Wholesale Hardware Contractor Supplies Industrial Supplier WOOD FURNITURE COMPANY 72 North Court Troy, Alabama ICE CREAM COMPANY Dothan, Alabama S. D .WINN CIGAR CO. DAVID D. CONRAD Representative New York Life Ins. Box 387 Troy, Alabama MOMAR, INCORPORATED MANUFAC- TURING CHEMISTS Sends Congratulations and best wishes Gym Floor Seals Cleaners - Waxes Insecticides Maintenance Equip. Atlanta, Georgia TROY MAID BAKERY Your Every Bakery Need Pike County ' s Only Bakery Phone 1037 Troy, Alabama SOUTHERN BELLE ' TASTE TEMPTING ' ' DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT ' MID-SOUTH PACKERS INC. ' ' The Home of Good Meat " Tupelo, Mississippi Telephone 842-141 1 Compliments of COLONIAL BAKING COMPANY P. O. Box 566 Montgomery, Alabama Colonial CITY DRUG STORE 112 Elm St. Troy ' s Most Modern Drug Store Phone 61 1 CROW OIL COMPANY, INC Shell Oil Products Troy, Alabama SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. Now for ne arly four generations " SATISFACTION GUARANTEED " McGEHEE FUNERAL HOME Troy, Alabama Western Auto Associate Store WESTERN AUTO STORE Everything for home and car Sporting Goods and Toys LAWRENCE HARDWARE Wilson Sporting Goods Browning Guns and Ammunition Houseware Paint 56 E. Court Square Phone 76 Troy, Alabama WARREN SEA FOODS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS " When you Think of FISH think of WARREN ' Phone 889 FARMERS MERCHANTS INSURANCE, INC. 62 Court Square Phone 1401 Troy, Alabama Insurance Specialists W. Fred Nail W. D. (Bill) Sanford THE PIKE THEATER " Always the best of entertainment at the Pike. " Owned and Operated by Martin Theaters Troy, Alabama HENDERSON-BLACK GROCERY COMPANY Wholesale Grocers Troy, Ala. TROY PRINTING COMPA NY Established in 1906 Serving Troy Normal School and Troy State College for more than 56 years. We take pride in Troy State ' s continual growth and importance in the Business and Cultural life of this community. M. N. Dodson R. A. Witherington, Owner Manager Elm Street Troy, Ala. Tel. 215 " GOLDEN FLAKE POTATO CHIPS " Alabama ' s Own Oldsmobile-Chevrolet-Cadillac MARY CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 1013-1014 Sales and Service Troy, Alabama HOLMAN JOHNSON PHOTOGRAPHER 1 1 3 N. Three Notch Phone 746 Troy, Alabama Compliments of WHALEY LUMBER AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Troy, Alabama Compliments of BILL BECK QUALITY SEED AND FEED Phone 44 Troy, Alabamc FROM THE PALLADIUM STAFF! ■■ 9 t RESERVE BOOK — r ONE HOUR 13M6 CAYLORD P B ,NTE D , NU .SA. CLOSED BESERVE l 7 3i; 76l Alabama. State College, 1963 Troy a The Palladium CLOSED RESERVE 378.761 1316 Alabama. State College, Troy 1963 The Palladium " " ■ S. C. LIBRARY TROY, ALA. 34 ADAMS AVENUE • MONTGOMERY, ALA. r r f t r f t r c f r • ' ' I ' r ■ r . - , . , n

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