University of North Alabama - Diorama Yearbook (Florence, AL)

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3 , .: jOTX ,VU rOU l Hi IV HBmitttfitt DEDICATION This yearbook is a representative picture; A picture of all that Florence State has been, is, or ever will be; each period in time a dimension of its own of which every student is a part. The past, the basic foundations of the educational, social and cultural life which we today are involved in; the present; our lives as we are living them at Florence State; and the future, not only our hopes and dreams, but the contribution that each indi- vidual student will make to society, and the insight this institution has given and is giving to the success of that contribution. It is to this end that the 1966 DIORAMA is dedicated to the past, present, and continuing future success of Florence State College. CONTENTS CAMPUS 18 FACULTY 34 SENIORS 72 UNDERCLASSMEN 104 ORGANIZATIONS 134 MILITARY 186 FEATURES 208 STUDENT LIFE 236 SPORTS 254 ADVERTISEMENTS . . . 292 Carl J. Mathis, Editor Janet Vick, Associate Editor Robert " Buddy " Keenum, Business Manager Inter-Collegiate Press, Inc., Mission, Ks., Publishers Memories some remembered . . some forgotten, but . " ' . r? X k , vv JS v.vS! lS ' A ' " ' m Si Hours spent in search of Knowledge : . a . . . are filled with many things ' tf ' S5 - 4 - V . jSC- f directed toward one final goal. V wrmi : si ' - - -i, ' +HT " , m -. ... v WM a time for one ' s beliefs . . . for companionship . . . for friends . . . and for fun 10 :. . . . working . . relaxing dancing . . . or a new experience 11 DOD HZ 2B -i ( c 2_ V ' mm mVm fl , TTie happy moment of victory 12 V,. a successful Homecoming Day . . 13 - w time for many things 14 i a time for friends . . . a dignified moment . . . a time to be happy . or a quiet talk 15 a time for study . . . 16 jOTKg i each moment becomes a memory 17 ' WK ' HM FLORENCE AL 1 mi ii mum ww mmmmm PWOJB V F W KilGHTS-PTTMIAS AMERICAN LEGION WILSON DAM LIONS BAMA 31,518 THE CAMPUS The " SUB " or Student Union Building is the center of campus life. Recreation facilities, a book shop, and a snack bar are housed on the ground floor. Upstairs is the Great Hall or cafeteria. Bibb Graves Hall is the center of the college administration. T he offices of the president, deans, treasurer, registrar, and Administrative Assistant to the President. Several academic departments house their classrooms and offices here. 20 . it Young men are instructed in ROTC here in historic Wesleyan Hall. Wes- leyan is the oldest building on campus providing a vivid contrast in old and new architecture. The business and music headquarters are also housed under the lofty towers. The very essence of antibellum architecture is seen in Rogers Hall. This mansion faces the heart of Florence. Special guests stay here, and many social activities and club meetings are held here. 21 Especially beautiful in the fall and spring is the amphitheatre. Pep rallies and political events are held in the open-air setting, as well as some drama productions. Graduation every spring and summer is held here. The Laboratory School for Elementary Education is Kilby on Pine Street. The school provides some of newest equipment and methods of elementary teaching. 22 1 Women ' s New Hall is the ultra-modern dormitory on campus for co-eds. A spacious lounge, a television room, and up-to-date laundry room are all part of Women ' s New. 5 The observatory, directly to LaGrange Hall ' s back, is the setting for many hours of " watching the stars. " m wmmwi- Mm O ' Neal is the oldest and largest women ' s dormitory. O ' Neal houses the Flor-Ala, Circle K Club, and Civinettes offices in her basement. The Audio Visual Aids building contains facilities for all photography processing, visual aids for academic studies, and the Diorama office. - " 1 - ' . - 1 !- Just recently named LaG range Hall is the six-story men ' s dormitory which contains a large entrance, lounge, elevator, and study area. The Florence State Lions Band makes its center of activities here in the band lodge where Mr. Kenneth Large heads band practice sessions. BBEaBHB ' Willingham is located on Morrison Avenue across from Bibb Graves. Willingham is the second largest women ' s dormitory on campus. On Pine Street across from New Kilby School is the gymnasium. The physical education and athletic departments center here. A swimming pool is inside, and dance classes are upstairs. Athletic fields and tennis courts are nearby. mm mmm m h HHIIlilii! FSC is truly proud of the massive science, mathematics, and home economics complex across from LaGrange Hall. The spacious building is ultra- modernly equipped and done in attractive decor. Collier Library is one of the best libraries for colleges of this size and type in the South. Besides being attractive in decor and air-conditioned, Collier is manned by an effective and accurate staff for the most consisting of students. 27 The President ' s home, located on Seminary Street, is noted for the gracious hospitality of its hosts, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Norton. The house is a two-story brick surrounded by spacious and well-kept grounds. The Art Building adjacent to Keller on Morrison Avenue is setting for artistic endeavor on FSC campus. 28 This marker gives the historic background of Florence State College, the oldest state supported teachers ' college south of Ohio River. Striplin Hall due to housing shortage was converted into a girl ' s dorm this year. The smallest women ' s dorm on campus, Striplin is next door to Florence Hall. Located at the end of Wesleyan Drive is Powers Dormitory. Powers is another of our women ' s dorms. 30 , ! The Home Management House becomes the home of every Home Economics major for one semester of college life. Quaint Florence Hall is the smallest men ' s dormitory on campus and is located on Irvine Street. 31 w Im Keller Hall, the largest men ' s dormitory on campus, is located at the corner of Morrison Avenue and Wesleyan Drive. The Educational Building was once a laboratory elementary school. In recent years, this building has been converted into the education and psychology headquarters. 32 l Located in the Morrison Avenue House are the offices of the News Bureau. awn. The Infirmary, located across from Wesleyan Hall is the location of the College Health Service. A nurse is always on duty. ., ' WW ,, w 33 THE FACULTY 2 arH - w 1 i I : - Dr. E. B. Norton President of the College Turner W. Allen Dean of the College 38 w Otis L. Peacock Assistant to the President B.S., University of Florida; M.A., George Peabody College W. T. McElheny Dean of Student Affairs A.B., Emory University, M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa 39 Chester M. Arehart Registrar A.B., Lynchburg College; M.A., University of Chicago Hoyt M. Brock Director of Graduate Study B.S., Birmingham-Southern Col- lege; M.A., University of Ala- bama; Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University Roy S. Stevens Treasurer-Business Manager B.S., M.A., Eastern Kentucky State College 40 wi m " ,imm Abel F. DeWitt Dean of Men B.S., M.A., West Virginia Uni- versity Pauline E. Gravlee Dean of Women A.B., Howard College; M.A., George Peabody College fl 41 n The Art Department offers both a major and a minor in art, and courses through which students may expand their cultural interests, and develop artistic abilities. The art major may prepare for a career in some phase of design for teaching art on the secondary level or for graduate study. The selection of one or more art courses as elec- tives helps students to broaden their perspective of the natural and man-made designs in the world about them. 42 i y. ART DEPARTMENT MORT E. SMITH, Department Chairman, B.S., Kansas State Teachers College; M.A., Colorado State College; M.F.A., State University of Iowa NELSON VAN PELT, Instructor in Pho- tography, B.J., University of Missouri MRS. HILDA H. MITCHELL, Assis- tant Professor of Art, B.S., Florence State College; MA., George Peabody College MRS. FORREST WARD, Instructor in Art (Part Time), A.B., Florence State College GEORGE L. WALTERSHAUSEN, Instructor in Art, A.B., Knox Col- lege; M.A., University of California at Berkeley 43 The Business Department offers majors in general business administration, accounting, marketing and re- tailing, secretarial science, and business education. The department offers a minor in business administration, as well as a special two-year preparatory curriculum in secre- tarial science. AARON M. LYNCH, Associate Professor of Accounting, B.A., Vanderbilt University; C.P.A. INELL KNIGHT, Instructor in Bust ness Administration, A.B., Judson College; M.A., University of Ala- bama . BUSINESS DEPARTMENT LESTER L DITTMAN, Associate Pro- fessor of Business Administration, B.S., Ball State Teachers College; M.S., Indiana University LAWRENCE H. CONWILL, Department Chairman, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, B.B.A., M.B.E., University of Mississippi CLYDE THOMAS WHITE, Instructor in Business Administration, B.S., M.B.A., University of Alabama J. HOLLIE ALLEN, Assistant Pro- fessor of Economics, B.S., M.S., Auburn University ELLEN MOORE, Assistant Professor of Business Education, B.S., Florence State College; M.S., University of Tennessee ROY WEBB, Assistant Professor of Ac- our ting, B.S., University of Alabama; LLB., Emory University Law School MAX R. CARRINGTON, Assistant Pro- fessor of Business Education, B.S., M.S., University of Tennessee I MRS. GEORGE HOFF- MEISTER, Instructor in Secretarial Science {Part Time), B.S., Flor- ence State College JAMES H. JONES, Instructor in Business Administration, B.S., Florence State Col- lege CLARENCE TUCKER, Assistant Pro- fessor of Business Administration, B.S., Arkansas State Teachers College; M.B.E., University of Mississippi 45 I I The Department of Education and Psychology offers majors in elementary education and in secondary educa- tion. Students majoring in secondary education must also establish a major in one of the academic departments of the college. Since 1957 the department has offered grad- uate study leading to the Master of Arts degree in educa- tion. 46 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY JACK W. CROCKER, Profes- sor of Psychology and Education, A.B., M.Ed., Tulsa University; Ed.D., University of Alabama W. L DAVIS, Associate Professor of Educa- tion, B.S., M.A., University of Alabama; M.Ed., George Peabody College HOYT M. BROCK, Department Chairman, Professor of Education, B.S., Birmingham-South- ern College; M.A., University of Alabama; Ed. D., Teachers College, Columbia University WILLIAM J. McILRATH, As- sociate Professor of Psychology, B.S., M.A., George Peabody College WILLIAM L. CROCKER, Pro- fessor of Psychology, B.S., M.A., Ed.D., University of Alabama LULA R. WAY, Professor of Psychology, B.S., M.A., George Peabody College; Ed.D., Michi- gan State University W. B. WOODWARD, Associ- ate Professor of Psychology, A.B., Louisiana State University; Ed. M., University of South Caro- lina JOHN FINLEY, JR., Associate Professor of Education, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., University of Alabama WILLIAM H. WAITE, Profes- sor of Education, A.B., Univer- sity of Saskatchewan; M.A., University of Manitoba; Ph.D., University of Chicago : JXM.w-:: mi DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, Associate Professor of Education, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., University of Alabama ILA COX, Supervising Teacher, B.S., Flor- ence State College; M.A., George Pea- body College KATHERINE FORNEY, Supervising Teacher, B.S., M.S., Iowa State College J.N.I AM L ' lilB I SARAH ROLLINS LEWIS, Super- vising Teacher, B.A.E., M.E., Univer- sity of Mississippi MARY BURCHELL CAMPBELL, Direc- tor of Curriculum Laboratory and Kilby School Library, B.S., Florence State Col- lege; M.A., M.A. (L.S.), George Peabody College MRS. FLORA BELLE SMITH, Super- vising Teacher, A.B., Henderson State Teachers College; M.A., George Peabody College DONIE MAE LOWRY, Supervising Teacher, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., George Peabody College 48 MRS. VIRGINIA L. ADAMS, Super- vising Teacher, B.S., Florence State Col- lege; M.A., University of Alabama I DOROTHY HEFflNGTON, Supervising Teacher, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., George Peabody College I ' " DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES ALBERT S.JOHNSTON, JR., Department Chairman, Profes- sor of English, A.B., University of North Carolina; M.A., Ph.D., University of Florida :.;i[ fc Dm rCot J. N. WINN, Associate Professor of English, A.B., Dartmouth College; M. A., Columbia University JOHN E. KINGSBURY, Assistant Pro- fessor of English, A.B., Colgate University; M.F. A., University of Iowa WALTER K. SCHUCKMANN, Assoc- iate Professor of Modern Languages, Ph.D., University of Frankfurt; A.B., University of Oxford; A.B., University of London MRS. ELISABETH COOPER, Instructor in English and Span- ish, B.S., George Peabody Col- lege STANLEY ROSENBAUM, Assistant Professor of English, A.B., Harvard University; M. A., University of Denver LINDSEY STRICKLIN, As- sistant Professor of English, A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina MRS. CATHERINE C. JONES, Assistant Professor of English, A.B., Newcomb Col- lege; M.A., University of Ala- bama 49 M m , DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH AND MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES GLADYS SHEPARD, Associ- ate Professor of English, A.B., Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College; M.A., Columbia Uni- versity MRS. LEATR1CE TIMMONS, Assistant Professor of English, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., University of Alabama MRS. BETTY M. SCHUES- SLER, Instructor in Speech (Part Time), B.A., University of Tennessee FRANK E. HARSCHEID, Instructor in English, B.A., Florence State College; M. A., University of Florida MRS. EARL MASTERSEN, Instructor in English, A.B., University of Alabama MRS. EMILY N. RICH ESON, Assistant Professor of English and Speech, A.B., Athens Col- lege; M.A., University of Ala- bama MRS. CHARLES T GAISSER, Instructor in Foreign Languages, B.A., Memphis State Univer- sity; M.A., University of Mis- sissippi MRS. BRYNDA G. MUS- GROVE, Instructor in English, B.S., M.A., University of Ala- bama MRS. DONALD E. HOLT, Instructor in English (Part Time), B.S., Florence State Col- lege MRS. DORIS KELSO, Instruc- tor in English (Part Time), B.J., M.A., University of Missouri MRS. ALICE C. DILL, Instructor in En- glish (Part Time), B.S., M.A., Florence 51 State College : ; r . The college physical education program is designed to provide opportunities for physical conditioning, de- veloping skills in recreational and leisure time activities, and participating in intramural and intercollegiate compe- tition. Physical fitness is emphasized in a well-balanced school curriculum. Florence State College is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Alabama Collegiate Conference. 52 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION HUBERT A. FLOWERS, Department Chairman, Professor of Health and Physical Education, B.S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute; M.A., Teachers Col- lege, Columbia University WILLIAM F. GLIDEWELL, Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education, B.S., Texas Technological College; M.Ed., Ed.D., University of Texas HELEN E. MATTHEWS, Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Edu- cation, A.B., Duke Uni- versity; M.A., George Peabody College BILL WISEJnstructorin Health and Physical Education, B.S., Florence State College NANCY COE VANCE, As- sistant Professor of Health and Physical Education, B.S., Flor- ence State Teachers College; M.S., University of Tennessee GEORGE GIBBENS, Instruc- tor in Physical Education, B.S., George Peabody College EDMOND E. BILLINGHAM, Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education, A.B., Fairmont State College; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University HENRY H. SELF, Athletic Coach, B.S., M.A., University of Alabama GEORGE E. WEEKS, Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education, B.S., University of Alabama; M.A., George Pea- body College 53 The general objective of the Home Economics department is the personal development of the individual for homemaking as well as for a professional career. A prescribed curriculum is offered leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in education with a major in vocational home economics. The department also offers a minor, although this is not a teaching minor. Home Eco- nomics courses may be selected by students to help them improve the quality of their personal and home living, and by those who desire background courses appropriate to other fields of interest. 54 , yj HIM ! W HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT MRS. MARY W. HUFF, Department Chairman, As- sociate Professor of Home Economics, B.S., M.S., Univer- sity of Georgia MRS. FLORINE K. RASCH, Assistant Professor of Home Eco- nomics, B.S., Alabama College; M.S., University of Tennessee MRS. CELIA J. WILSON, As- sistant Professor of Home Econom- ics, B.S., M.S., University of Alabama MRS. JANE O. McILRATH, Director of the Nursery School, A.B., St. Mary-of-the-Woods College; M. A., George Peabody College 55 LIBRARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FANNIE SCHMITT, Department Chairman, Asso- ciate Professor of Library Science, B.S., M.A., Univer- sity of Alabama; M.A. (LS), George Peabody College COLLIER LIBRARY STAFF RUTH DACUS, Head Librar- ian, A.B., Winthrop College; B.S. (LS), George Peabody Col- lege MARTHA L. GRIFFIN, Assis- tant Librarian, B.S., B.S. (LS), George Peabody College MRS. VIOLA U. SHEATS, Assistant Li- brarian, B.S., Florence State College; M.A. (LS), University of Alabama MRS. MILDRED C. LENTZ, Asso- ciate Librarian, B.S., Florence State College; M.A. (LS), George Peabody College I The Department of Library Science offers a minor which gives prospective librarians a basic undergraduate program which will admit them to American Library Asso- ciation accredited graduate library schools as candidates for the master ' s degree in one academic year. It also pre- pares students to accept library positions and begin their professional careers immediately upon graduation from this program. Library education is provided for prospec- tive classroom teachers to enable them to participate effectively in the development of school library programs. 57 - r The Dep artment of Mathematics and Basic Engineer- ing provides programs and courses in mathematics as preparation for careers in business and industry, for graduate study, for teaching mathematics in the secondary schools, and for satisfaction of mathematics requirements in other academic and professional curricula. The depart- ment offers both a major and a minor in mathematics. The basic engineering program is designed to provide one or two years ot basic engineering preparation normally required by most professional engineering schools. 58 ,- DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND BASIC ENGINEERING JOHN L. LOCKER, Depart- ment Chairman, Professor of Mathematics, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Auburn University MRS. ELIZABETH T. WOOL- DRIDGE, Professor of Mathe- matics, A.B., Murray State College; M.A., George Pea- body College; Ph.D., Univer- sity of Nebraska MRS. MARY R. HUDSON, Associate Professor of Mathematics, B.S., M.A.. George Peabody College f jf ( 1 J %d mm f, ' vi GAYLE PATTERSON, Instructor in En- gineering {Part Time), B.S. in Ch.E., Au- burn University (not pictured) JOHN M. STINSON, Instruc- tor in Engineering (Part Time), B.S. in Ch.E., University of Missouri MRS. JEAN T. PARKER, Assistant Pro- fessor o) Mathematics, A.B., Florence State College; M.A., George Peabody College WILLIAM C SCOTT, Instructor in En- gineering (Part Time), B.S. in Ch.E., Au- burn University FRANK E. LEE, Instructor in Mathemat- ics, B.S., University of Oklahoma; M.S., Florida State University; J.D., University of Chicago MRS. GAYLE S. KENT, In- structor in Mathematics, B.S., Florence State College; M.S., University of Mississippi 59 V f SGT.JU mck The Military Science program is designed to prepare young men for various positions of leadership and great responsibility in the United States Army and in civilian life. The ROTC program offered at Florence State Col- lege consists of a two-year basic course and a two-year advanced course. Army flight instruction is available to selected senior cadets only. Upon successful completion of the ROTC program, a Florence State graduate may be commissioned a Reserve or Regular Army Second Lieu- tenant. UK m 60 vft J ' ' MILITARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MAJ. CHARLES S. BRICE, Assistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., North Georgia College MAJ. DALLAS W. CLARK, Assistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., North Georgia College CAPT. BILLY C HARRIS, Assistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., Arkansas State College SGT. MAJ. JACK R. FINN, ROTC Instructor SGT. NAHUM HEADLEY, ROTC Instructor SGT. LELAND H. KILGORE, ROTC Instructor M SGT.JOHN R. DUHAIME, ROTC Instructor LT. COL. ROBERT M. REESE, Department Chairman, Professor of Military Science, B.S., United States Military Academy CAPT. JOHN D. SMITH, As- sistant Professor of Military Science, B.S., Florence State College SGT. DON F. LITTLE, ROTC Instructor SP. 5 JAMES R. STOVALL, ROTC Instructor DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC WAYNE CHRISTESON, Department Chairman, Professor of Music, B.M., Drury College; M.A., Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University KENNETH W. LARGE, As- sistant Professor of Music and Director of Band, B.S., Concord College; M.A., Ohio State Uni- versity WALTER E. URBEN, Assis- tant Professor of Music, B.M., University of Illinois; B.M., College of The Pacific; MM., Indiana University; Adv. Cert., Music Education, University of Illinois V RAFFAELE DOUGLAS CATANZAR- ITI, Assistant Professor of Music, B.M., Capital University; M.M., Louisiana State University 62 1 iiimiwimiiii ii hi UN i ii mil mi ii i JWF " Snappy marching music, twirling batons, beautiful voices, and pianists ' flying fingers characterize the Music Department. The Music Department offers a major and a minor program. Also the department has a music education curriculum designed to prepare professional music educators. 63 iOS H HI The Science Department offers majors in general biology, botany, and zoology; industrial chemistry, gen- eral chemistry, physics; and cognate majors in natural science and in physical science. Minors are offered in biology, chemistry, and physics. The department also provides appropriate prepara- tory courses for a number of preprofessional programs, as well as courses in general science. I 64 - i r DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE WILLIAM R. MONTGOMERY, Professor of Biology. B.S., Millsaps College; M.S., Mississippi State University; Ph.D., University of Nebraska JOSEPH CALVIN THOMAS, Department Chair- man, Professor of Science, A.B., Asbury College; M.A., Ed.D., University of Kentucky ARTHUR L. HERSHEY, Pro- fessor of Biology, B.S., Kansas University; M.S., Ph.D., Iowa State College PAUL YOKLEY, JR., Assistant Professor of Biology, B.S., M.A., George Peabody College WILLIAM M. RICHIE, Assis- tant Professor of Chemistry, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., George Peabody College HOLLIS FENN, Assistant Pro- fessor of Science, B.S., M.S., Au- burn University CHARLES E. KEYS, Professor of Biology, A.B., Greenville College; Ph.D., University of Kansas MRS. ELIZABETH B. von GEMMINGEN, As- sistant Professor of Biology. A.B., M.A., University of Maryland C FULTON HUFF, Associate Professor of Chemistry, A.B., Georgetown College; M.A., George Peabody College 65 DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE B. JACK KENT, Instructor in Biology, B.S., Florence State College; M.S., University of Mississippi HENRY T. HARVEY, Assis- tant Professor of Science, A.B., Western Michigan College; M.A., University of Michigan RAYMOND E. ISBELL, Asso- ciate Professor of Chemistry, B.S., Florence State College; M.S., Ph.D., University of Alabama JOHN W. HOLLAND, JR., As- sistant Professor of Biology, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., George Peabody College T. N. HUBBUCH, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, B.S., Uni- versity of Louisville; B.S., M.S., Harvard University EDGAR C. TULL1S, Professor of Biology, A.B., M.A., University of Nebraska; Ph.D., Michigan State University LEE ALLISON, Instructor in Science, A.B., Eastern Nazarene College; M.Ed., University of North Carolina 66 , J ?m DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCE MERLE SHERMAN, Assistant Professor of Geography, B.Ed., Moorhead State College; M.S., University of Wisconsin; M.A., University of Minnesota ' BERNARR CRESAP, Department Chairman, Professor of History, A.B., University of Mis- sissippi; M.A., Ph.D., Vanderbilt University CHARLES T. GAISSER, Pro- fessor of History, A.B., M.A., University of Mississippi; Ph.D., Yale University DALLAS M. LANCASTER, Associate Professor of Economics and History, B.S., Murray State College; M.A., George Pea- body College I LEONARD WIGON, Assis- tant Professor of History and Political Science, A.B., Roose- velt University; M.A., Univer- sity of Chicago ROBERT C. BOWLES, Pro- fessor of History, A.B., Central College; M.A., Southern Meth- odist University; Ph.D., Duke University GAINES T. BLACKWELL, Instructor in Geography, A.B., University of Alabama 67 m DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCE WILDER WATTS, Instructor in History (Part Time), A.B. Hampden Sydney College LL.B., University of Alabama; M.A., University of Virginia J. NOEL GLASSCOCK, Pro- fessor of Geography, B.S., West- ern Kentucky State College; M.A., University of Kentucky MILTON BAUGHN, Profes- sor of History, B.S., Florence State College; M.A., George Peabody College; Ph.D., Van- derbilt University MRS. GEORGE MANESS, ! sociate Professor of History, A.B., Western Kentucky State Col- lege; Ph.M., University of Wis- consin EARL W. MCGEE, Professor of History, A.B., Randolph-Macon College; M.A.,New York State College for Teachers; Ph.D., University of Kentucky 68 HASSAN ABDUL-HADI, As- sistant Professor of Sociology, B.A., University of Texas; M.S.. Trinity University FRANK B. MALLONEE, JR., Assistant Professor of Political Science and History, A.B., M.A., University of North Carolina GEORGE H. DF BOER, As- sistant Professor of Political Science, A.B., Western Michi- gan University; B.D., McCor- mick Theological Seminary; M.A., University of Iowa I n 1 " ' ' ' ' ! : %. I The Department of Social Science offers a major in history, political science, and a cognate major in social science. Minors are offered in economics, geography, history, political science, and sociology. Through the selection of courses in this department students gain increased understanding of relationships with their fellow man. By studying these relationships and their importance in our society the student becomes a well-rounded citizen, better able to cope with his environment. 69 MM r FLORENCE STATE MRS. MELVILLE BURNS, HW Resident, Strip in Hall BARBARA WADE COX, A.B., Secretary, Department of Education and Psychology PATRICIA ANN DAVIS, B.S., Head Resident, O ' Neal Hall H. J. ENGLISH, A.B., Assis- tant Treasurer JAMES L. FELTON, B.S., Di- rector, College News Service JANICE HOPKINS, A.B., M.A., Head Resident, Powers Hall SUSAN HUGHES, B.S., M.S., Head Resident, LaGrange Hall MRS. NELL INGRAM, Head Resident, Florence Hall . I. J. R. ATENCIO, JR., Super- visor, Data Processing Service CHRISTINA BENSON, Sec- retary to News Service Director HELEN C. BLALOCK, Secre- tary to Library Staff JOSEPH C. CARADONNA, MRS. SALLY ANN CATAN- Campus Security Officer ZARITI, Secretary, ROTC De partment MS a SON, Jot MRS. CHARLOTTE CATHEY, Secretary to the Dean of Men MRS. EMILY H. COL- LIER, Secretary to the Dean of Women MRS. DOROTHY EL- LIOTT, Secretary to the Registrar G. L. EMMONS, Super- intendent of Buildings and Grounds MRS. JANET FAU- CETT, Secretary to the Dean MRS. W. H. GLENN, Buildings Supervisor ...:; J MRS. W. L. GRUBBS, Receptionist , Student Union MRS. INEZ HALL- MARK, Secretary to the Treasurer MRS. PEGGY M. HAM- MOND, Clerical Assis- tant, Collier Library MRS. KATHRYN HARBIN, Secretary to the Registrar MRS. MABLE HAR- PER, Secretary to the Di- rector. Ktlby School MRS. MARTHA HENRY, Secretary to the Dean of Student Affairs Howie ! ' ' .J? " 1 COLLEGE STAFF MRS. ESSIE KNIGHT, R.N, College Nurse MRS. W. F. MCFARLAND, A.B., Head Resident, Keller Hall MARGUERITE MADDOX, B.S., Head Resident, Willingham Hall MRS. REBECCA MORRIS, B.S., Secretary to the Treasurer ANNE F. POPE, B.A., B.P.E., M.A., Head Resident, Women ' s New Dormitory ROBERT LINDEN REEDER, B.S., M.S., Assistant to the Di- rector, Student Union ROBERT A. SHEARER, B.S., M.S., Director of Student Union MRS. W. R. TIPTON, B.S., M.A., Hostess, Rogers Hall MRS. CAMILLA W. JOHN- MRS. ADA RUTH MARKS, MRS. REBA L. MASTERSON, MRS. BESS MCCRORY, Cu- BETTY MCDONALD, Key SON, Secretary to the Registrar Secretary to the Treasurer Secretary to Administrative As- rator of Museum Punch and Machines Operator sistant to the President MRS. CURTIS O. MIL- LER, Assistant to the Director, Student Union MRS. EVA MUSE, Sec- retary to the Administra- tive Assistant to the Presi- dent MRS. MARY ADDIS PEACOCK, Secretary to the President GLENDA REEVES, Secretary, ROTC Depart- ment MRS. JEANETTE ROCHESTER, Secretary to the Director, Student Union BILLY JOE SHARP, Campus Security Officer . FLORRIE C. SHEAR- : ON, Secretary to the Reg- MRS. SYBIL F. STE- VENS, Secretary to the Treasurer MRS. GEORGE TERRY, Assistant to the Director, Student Union MRS. THOMAS WAL- KER, Switchboard Oper- ator MRS. CAROLYN WIL- SON, Assistant, Curric- ulum Laboratory MRS. CHRISTENE WHEELER, Director, Food Services eui s. Ilk fc mBX tmirzp THE SENIORS Alexander, Brenda Sue; Olive Hill, Tennessee; Elementary Education; W.S.G.A., Vice-President; Dorm Offi- cer; Homecoming Court; DIORAMA Beauty nominee. Alexander, Dan Simpson; Florence; Mar- keting and Retailing, Economics; Sigma Alpha Mu. Allen, Ellen Louise; Huntsville; Secondary Education; Home Economics Club; Dorm Counselor; Miss Charming; DIORAMA Beauty; Homecoming Court; Best Dressed; Leo ' s Loveliest; Junior Coun- selor. Get Allison, E. Don; Stevenson; F- Club; Inter-Presidents Coun- cil; Football. Andres, Beverly Jean; Huntsville; English, Secondary Education; English Club. Anderson, Geraldine; Huntsville. Alwell, Sherry Diane; Sheffield; Secon- dary Education, English, Sociology; W.S.G.A.; A.W.C.; Choir; Student Union Board, Secretary; Miss Charming nomi- nee; English Club. Appleton, Jimmy Ray; Decatur; Secondary Education, Social Science, English; Band; B.S.U.; Turris Fidelis Selection Com- mittee. 74 j W 39fe- nyw Banks, Mary Frances; Florence; Secre- tarial Science, English. H fc Barinowski, John Magruder; Augusta, Georgia; Business Administration, Eco- nomics. Barnett, Huey D.; Birmingham; Chemistry, Biology; Young Republicans; Conversation Club, President; American Chemical Society; Tri Beta, President; School News Photo- grapher. Barnard, Mary Downey; Florence. Barnett, Joel; Florence; Ac- counting, Economics; Alpha Chi. Belew, Bobby Ronald; Florence; Sigma Tau Phi; Sigma Alpha Mu. M Stflf Beams, Polly Anne; Decatur; Business Ed- ucation, Mathematics; S.A.E.A.; Sigma Tau Pi. Bendall, Donna Jean; Killen; Secondary Education, Home Economics; Home Economics Club. Beckett, Patricia Sue; Moulton; Business Education, History. y. " rr r Bentley, Gerald Lamarr; Cullman; Bio- logy, Physical Education; F-Club; P.E. Club; Baseball; Intramural Basketball. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS; Left to Right, Seated: Wanda Kennedy, S.G.A. Representative; Freda Parker, Reporter. Standing: Buddy Keenum, Vice-President; Carolyn Masterson, Secretary-Treas- urer; Russell Blackwell, President. Bevill, Hazel Evelyn: Langston; Home Economics; Home Ec- onomics Club. Blankensbip, Leverette L.; Decatur; Conversa- tion Club. Blackwell Russell Robert: Sheffield; Bio- logy, Chemistry; American Chemical So- ciety; Conservation Club; Cadet Officers Corps; Student Union Board, Vice-Presi- dent; DIORAMA Staff; Marshal for grad- uation; Senior Class President; C.O.C. Initiate; Chairman of Bloodmobile; In- ter Presidents Council. 76 Bodley, Virginia Joyce: Hartselle; Secon- dary Education, History, Political Sci- ence; Wesley Foundation, Publicity Chairman, Vice-President; Sigma Sigma Kappa, Publicity Chairman; S.A.E.A., Treasurer, Secretary, State Vice-Presi- dent; Women ' s New Dorm Vice-Presi- dent. Black, Bryan Woodrow; Chester, Mass.; Chemistry, Biology; Circle K Club; Wes- ley Foundation; F-Club, Secretary-Treas- urer; Baseball; C.O.C; S.G.A. Repre- sentative. Bonner, Martha Carol; Scottsboro; Home Economics, Science; B.S.U.; Home Eco- nomics Club; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary- Treasurer; Kappa Omicron Phi, Treas- urer; President O ' Neal Hall. _ Hsss jasr 7. Brannon, Gilmore; Florence; Physical Ed- ucation; Football. Breland, Ernest Morgan; Tus- cumbia; Physical Education, Geography; F-Club; Football; Track. Bostdorf Linda Marie; Orlando, Florida. Tn I i, H rtT . iep- Brown, Frank T.,Jr.; Lawrenceburg, Ten- nessee; Chemistry, Geography; Veterans Club. Brown, Frederick Virgil; Bear Creek; Chemistry, Math; C.O.C; Wesley Founda- tion, Vice-President. fc Tie Buff, Jimmy Charles; Section; History, Geography. Bryant, Dennis Patrick; Sheffield; Social Science Cognate, English; Circle K Club, Vice-President, Lt. Governor, Governor A labama District, Treasurer; S.G.A., Vice- President, Summer President; C.O.C; Tennis Team; Sophomore Class Presi- dent; R.O.T.C. Superior Cadet Award Bynum, Patsy Ruth; Attalla; Home Economics, Science; S.A.E.A.; Home Economics Club; Kappa Omicron Phi; Wesley Foundation. Calvert, R. Malone; Samson; Art, English; Student Art League. Carringer, James Howard Jr.; Florence; Marketing and Retailing, Physical Edu- cation; F-Club, Vice-President; B.S.U.; Sigma Alpha Mu; Football; Intramural Basketball. Carter, Martha Jean; Florence; Home Ec- onomics; Home Economics Club; Flor- A la Staff. Cataldojohn Stanley; Art, History; Ush- ers Club, President; Circle K Club; Inter- presidents Council, Vice-President; Per- shing Rifles, DIORAMA, Flor-Ala, Sports Editor; Conversation Club, Col- lege Publicity Photographer; Homecom- ing Committee, Hall of Fame Committee. t Cathey,John Ransom; Florence; English, Business Administra- tion. Chilcoat, Mary Joan; Haleyville; Social Science. Chenault, Don; Moulton; Accounting, Economics; Alpha Chi. Cobb, Billy; Florence; Physical Education, History; Manager of Basketball Team; Sports Publicity Director. r Cloud, Carolyn Bradley; Huntsville; Home Economics, Science; Home Eco- nomics Club; S.G.A.; Dean ' s List. 78 Cobb, Janice King; Florence; Elementary Education; Mental Health Association; House Council Representative. . -nyj 9W ., ' -.. m ' ;WV Wl l ' i I . ;fc v Coffey, Barbara Lang; Moulton; Elemen- tary Education. Conner, Brenda Lawanna; Flor- ence; Secondary Education, So-, cial Science, English; B.S.U., Center Hostess; Miss Charm- ing nominee; College Choir; English Club; S.A.E.A.; Sigma Sigma Kappa. Cooley, Patricia Rose; Hunts- ville. I Cooper, James Paul; Phil Camp- bell; Chemistry, Political Sci- ence; C.O.C.; Football. S?3 Cooper, Tommiejo: Sommerville. Cooper, Norman Varnell; Crane Hill; Math, English, History; Honor Society; Kappa MuEpsilon. Crittenden, Robert Gleen; Tus- cumbia; Biology, Political Sci ence; Conservation Club. Cox, Janice Emmaline; Blounts- ville; Mathematics, Chemistry; American Chemical Society, Secretary; Kappa Mu Epsilon, Reporter; Graduation Usher; Dorm Officer; Junior Coun- selor; Dean ' s List, Honor Roll. Currier, John Charles; Florence; English, Sociology. Crosswhite, Doris Sockwell; Leighton; Sec- ondary Education, Business Education, English; Sigma Tau Pi. Cudabac, George Madison; Shef- field; Business, Economics; Sigma Alpha Mu; Student Union Board; Band; Home- coming Committee. Daniel, Kathy Diane; Iron City, Tenn.; Social Science, English; Sigma Sigma Kappa; S.A.E.A.; English Club. Crowder, Melia Weatherman; Lawrence- burg, Tenn.; Elementary Education. ftw. Libra- Alpha ten Darnell, John Ollie; Scottsboro; Business Administration; C.O.C. Davis, Clyde P.; Florence; Chemistry, Biology. Dawson, Lester Pelmer; Courtland; Physi- cal Education, History; F-Club, President; Cadet Officers Corps; Football. 80 Dalies, Hester Frances; Russellville; Ele- mentary Education. :m t-m i i m ' m Delano, Don; Math, Business Administration; Pershing Rif- les, President; Inter-Presidents Council. Davis, Martha Carole; Cherokee; English, Library Science, Secondary Education; Alpha Beta Alpha, President; S.A.E.A.; Westminster. Darby, Leon Harold; Florence; Mathematics, Chemistry; Cadet Officers Corps; American Chemical Society; Wesley Foundation; Kappa Mu Ep- silon, President; Inter-Presi- dents Council. Demon, Linda; Arley; Elementary Edu- cation; S.A.E.A.; Dorm Secretary. Dishman, Leland Lee; Livingston, Tenn.; Biology, Physical Education; Physic al Education Club; Conservation Club, President; Football. Dillard, Beulah Lee; Tuscumbia; Business Administration, Psychology, English; S.A.E.A.; Sigma Tau Pi; English Club; Student Mental Health C lub, DIORAMA Staff. Donilon, Nancy Lewis; Florence; Elementary Education; S.A.E.A. Doughty, Paul Chipman; Gray, Maine; Chemistry, Math, Busi- ness Economics; American Chemical Society. . r iwmriTif D ar, Margaret Ann; Sheffield; Secon- dary Education, History, English; Home- coming Dance Committee; Junior Coun- selor. Dyer, Lewis James; Lafayette, Ga.; Mar- keting and Retailing, Physical Education; F-Club; Physical Education Club, Busi- ness Club; Dean ' s List; Honor Roll; Foot- ball. Dyer, Ma inda Faye: Fayette; Elementary Education; S.A.E.A.; B.S.U.; SigmaTau Pi. Edwards, James T.; Sheffield; English, Chemistry; F-Club; C.O.C.; Golf Team, Captain. Elkins, James Reginald; Florence; Business Administration, History; Sigma Tau Pi. Evans, Dean Alexander; Baltimore, Md. History, Sociology; Canterbury Club Spanish Club, Vice-President, President Sigma Sigma Kappa. Faulkner, Elaine; Florence; Elementary Education, Library Science; Alpha Beta Alpha, Secretary; S.N.E.A. Fanning, James Wayne; Huntsville; His- tory, Political Science; Collegiate Civitan C lub; S igma S igma Kappa. 82 Finch, Johnny Charles; Florence; Accoun- ting, History; Alpha Chi; Honor Society; Honor Roll. r: , ' v -am wamm Foster, Jerry Don; Florence; Cadet Offi- cers Corps. Foulks, Jimmy D.; Killen; Biol- ogy, Chemistry, Psychology; Sigma Sigma Kappa; Mental Health Association, President. Forbes, Beverly Anne: Birmingham; Eng- lish, Dramatic Arts; Rehearsal Club, President; Art League, Publicity Chair- man; Civinettes. Fowler, Paul Kenneth; Somer- ville; Physical Education, Ge- ography, Biology; F-Club; Physical Education Club; Bas- ketball. Fowler, Serelda Anne; Winfield; Business Education; Sigma Tau Pi. Franks, Helenjoyce; Lutts,Tenn.; Social Science, English; B.S.U., Auxiliary Council; English Club; Young Republicans; Sig- ma Sigma Kappa; W.S.G.A., Social Chairman; Graduation Usher; Ladies Intramurals. twi Fowler, Celia Diana; Brilliant; Business Education, Economics; S.A.E.A.; Wesley Foundation, Vice-President, President; Sigma Tau Pi, Secretary, President; Sigma Alpha Mu; Young Democrats Club; S.G.A., Secretary; Inter-Presidents Coun- cil; Dorm Vice-President, Secretary- Treasurer; Junior Class Secretary; Leader- ship Retreat. 4 ' Franz, Kathleen Jo; Huntsville; Biology, Chemistry; Lutheran Student League, President; Inter-Presidents Council. amaua Frederick, James Lee; Florence; Chemistry, Physical Education; Cadet Officers Corps, President. Frederick, Rosylind Marcille; Muscle Shoals; Home Economics, Science; Home Economics Club, President; Alabama Home Economics Association, State Of- ficer; Most Outstanding Club Member Award; Junior Counselor; Inter-Presi- dents Council; A.W.C; Civinettes; Turris Fidelis Award Committee. Furman, Margaret Aline; Florence; Zool- ogy, Chemistry, Spanish; Spanish Club; Conservation Club; Newman Club; Beta Beta Beta. id MuskE Gilbert, Jerry Dee; Haleyville; Business Administration, His- tory; Sigma Tau Pi; Sigma Alpha Mu; President, Keller Hall. Gizelar, John Lee; Birmingham; Math, Chemistry. Gilbert, Martha Gradene; Florence; Secon- dary Education, English, Economics; English Club; S.A.E.A. Glenn, Richard Johnson; Florence; Biol- ogy, Chemistry, Secondary Education; Cadet Officers Corps, Vice-President. Glenn, V. Gerald; Sheffield; Business Administration. 84 Goss, James Dendy; Florence; Accounting; Sigma Tau Pi. -i.- i i i: . jaEr ' i ws BH fa Green, David William; Florence; Chem- istry, Geography; Pershing Rifles, Presi- dent; Inter-Presidents Council, Vice- President; C.O.C.; Drill Team Com- mander; Commander Band Color Guard; Steering Committee; Leadership Retreat Graham, Ruth Condit; Athens; Elemen- tary Education; S.A.E.A., Treasurer; Music Educators Club. Green, Gordon; Hamilton; Secondary Education, Biology, History; Collegiate Civitan Club; Band; Cadet Officers Corps; Conservation Club. Green, Larry Kenneth; Sheffield; Chemistry, Biology, Math; Cir- cle K Club; American Chemi- cal Society; Drill Team; Band; K.M.E.; S.G.A.; Junior Class Vice-President. Grimwood, William Ernest; Hazel Green; Social Science Cognate, Psychology; Sigma Sigma Kappa, President; Men- tal Health Association, Secre- tary-Treasurer; C.O.C., Ser- geant-at-arms; Pershing Rifles; Graduation Marshal. r Grimwood, Madeline Faye; Hazel Green; Home Economics; Home Economics Club. Grimmett, Shirel Wayne; Cullman; Biol- ogy; Conversation Club; Circle K Club, Vice-President, President; Inter Presi- dent ' s Council, President; Student Co- chairman of Homecoming Committee. Guthrie, Mae Jeanene; Chero- kee; Elementary Education; B.S.U.; S.A.E.A.; Dorm Treas- urer and Hall President. Haddock, Patricia Ann; Florence; Secon- dary Education, Math, History. .., : ' V Hagan, Anne Gilchrist; Courtland; Math, Biology; Foreign Cultures Club, Treas- urer. Hall, Gerald Wayne; Florence; Social Sci- ence Cognate; Ushers Club; Young Democrats; Band. Hamby, James Larry; Sheffield; English, Marketing. Hamner, Roger Dale; Killen; Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Mu; Con- servation Club. Haney, Frances Elaine; Stevenson; Math, Art; WSGA, Treasurer; BSU, Communi- cations Chairman; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Kappa Pi, Vice-President; Kappa Delta Phi. Harbin, William; Winfield; Business Ad- ministration; Sigma Tau Pi. Hart, William Douglas Jr.; Cullman. 86 Havely, Dan; Morristown, Tenn.; Music Education; Band, President, Drum Major. " 4 141 m Hester, Florence Dixon; Florence; P.E. Club, Vice-President; Spanish Club, Men- tal Health Club. iky Hester, Sharron Collette; Tus- cumbia; Secondary Education, History, Spanish; Spanish Club, Recording Secretary; Young Republican Club. Hearn, William Edward; Muscle Shoals; Accounting; Alpha Chi. I Mi i . b Hill, Rosemary; Florence; Art; Student Art League, Secretary, Secretary-Treas- urer; Kappa Pi; Rehearsal Club, Vice- President, Secretary-Treasurer. Holt, Cecilia Ann; Florence; Secondary Education, Math, English; Inter-Presi- dents Council; Foreign Cultures Club; Association of Women Commuters, Vice- President; Baptist Student Union, Presi- dent; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Florence State Honor Society. Howard, Kenneth Wayne; Rogersville. Holland, H.Jerry; Leighton; Conservation Club; Alpha Chi. Huckaby, Janice Elizabeth; Bir- mingham; Secondary Educa- tion, English, Math; English Club, Vice-President; Student Government Association; Women ' s Student Government Association, Treasurer; Wesley Foundation, President, Vice- President; Commencement Usher; Women ' s New Hall, Treasurer; Soph. Woman of the Year; Leadership Retreat; Powers Hall, Floor Repre- sentative. = - Hubbard, Judith Ann; Scottsboro; Home Economics; Student Union Board, Publi- city Chairman; Student Counselor; Dorm Officer; Faculty Student Entertainment Committee. Ingle, David Andrew; Sheffield; Math, Business Administration; COC. Hughes, C. Mitchell; Hartselle; Account- ing, History; Alpha Chi. Jackson, Jerry Wayne; Haley- ville; History, Political Science. Jackson, Phyllis D awSomerville; Secon- dary Education, Biology, Chemistry; Beta Beta Beta; American Chemical Society Jackson, Linda V ' .; Russellville; Business Education, Biology; BSU, Executive Council; Sigma Tau Pi; W.S.G.A., Secre- tary; Dorm President; Inter President ' s Council, Reporter; Beta Beta Beta, Most Outstanding Member; Sophomore Class Secretary; Turris Fidelis Committee; Homernminp Committee; Cheerleader. Jenkins, Cecil D., Jr.; Florence; Math, Sociology. Jeffreys, Harold Bennie; Town Creek; Math; Physics, Chemistry; A.C.S., Vice- President; Two Point Club; Intramural Basketball. Johnson, Elly Fate: Florence; Accounting, Economics; Alpha Chi; B.S.U., Enlist- ment Chairman, Married Student Chair- man; Circle K; Summer Senior Class Vice-President. 88 -- HHnDHHHHnHl _ Johnson, Marjory Jane; Huntsville; Mathe- matics; Physics; W.S.G. A., Treasurer; Dorm Secretary; KME, Secretary-Trea- surer; Honor Society. Johnston, Donald Peyton; Banks- ton; Cadet Officers Corps; Football. Johnson, Jimmy Cooper; Florence; Colle- giate Singers; Dean ' s List. K Is r i Y MIKT Johnston, Judson Ann Williams; Double Springs; English, Library Science; Band. J Keenum, Robert Warren; Florence; Busi- ness Administration, Marketing and Re- tailing; Economics; Circle K; Sigma Alpha Mu, President; Sigma Tau Pi; Student Union Board; Inter President ' s Council; Track; Golf; Turis Fidelis Com- mittee; Business Manager of DIORAMA; Leadership Retreat Chairman; Gradua- tion Usher; Senior Class Vice-President. ,. MM Jolliff, Elizabeth Carroll; Huntsville; Sec- ondary Education, English, History; En- glish Club; Sigma Sigma Kappa; Newman Club; WSGA Council; Alabama Student Education Association; National Educa- tion Association; Young Democrats Club; Junior Counselor. Keenum, Patricia Lee; Tuscum- bia; Elementary Education; S.A.E.A. t a 00 Kennedy, She by Jean; Jasper; S.A.E.A. == Kennedy, Wanda Marie; St. Joseph, Tenn.; Business Education, English; S.A.E.A.; S.G.A.; Sigma Tau Pi; English Club; Wes- ley Foundation, Secretary; Homecoming Committee; Dean ' s List. Kerr, Margaret Helen Gayer; Florence; Secondary Education, Biology, Chemis- try; American Chemical Society; Beta Beta Beta. King, Robert Henry; Tuscumbia; Chemis- try, Biology; COC. 10 I] I ml Lawler, Larry Wayne; Hunts- ville; Chemistry; Sociology; Circle K; American Chemical Society. Litlrell, Allen Mitchell; Florence; Ac- counting; Economics; Alpha Chi. Levi, Doryce Goldbert; Florence. Maddux, Sharon Jane; Horton; Business Education; English; Sigma Tau Pi. Maclin, Terry Sanford; Muscle Shoals; Finance and Accounting; Economics; Cir- cle K; Alpha Chi; Dean ' s List. Marshall, Judy Ann; Morristown, Tenn.; Secretarial Science; French; Student Union Board, Treasurer, Chairman of Building Committee; Collegiate Civi- nettes, Reporter; Sigma Tau Pi; Band; Student Counselor and Treasurer, Powers Hall. 90 i J - " Maslerson, Carolyn Faye; Rus- sellville; Business Administra- tion; Sigma Tau Pi, Vice- President; Senior Class Secre- tary-Treasurer; Business Man- ager of Flor-Ala; Hall Fame Committee; Graduation Usher. i Martin, Nancy Peace; Florence; Elemen- tary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Gradua- tion Usher. Mason, Warren; Florence; Political Sci- ence; Psychology; Cadet Officers Corps. I Kfc- Maxwell, Troy H.; Florence; Accounting, Economics; Alpha Chi. McCain, Jane Marie; Crane Hill; Business Administration; Home Economics; Sigma Tau Pi. May, Don Allen; Winfield; Business Ad- ministration; Biology. Mathis, Car Johnson; Huntsville; Market- ing and Retailing, Political Science; Cir- cle K, President; DIORAMA, Editor; Pershing Rifles; Student Union Board; Inter President ' s Council; Cadet Officers Corps; Sigma Alpha Mu; Cheerleader; Junior Class President; " Leo the Lion " ; Recognition Day Chairman; Hall of Fame Committee Chairman; Homecoming Committee. ,.-.T;5=. i McCay, Phyllis Ann; Sheffield. l McDougal, Judy Carol; Huntsville; En- glish-Secondary Education; Lionettes, English Club; Cheerleader; Junior Coun- selor. McKay, Douglas L.; Hamilton; Chemistry, Biology; American Chemical Society; Conservation Club. McKeeJudy Carol; Hartselle; Elementary Education; S.A.E.A.; Civinettes; College Choir; B.S.U., Executive Council, Social Chairman; DIORAMA Staff; English Club; Junior Counselor; Graduation Ush- er; S.G.A.; Homecoming Queen nomi- nee; O ' Neal Hall, Social Chairman; Elec- tion Committee of S.G.A. McMurtrie, James W.; Florence; Business Administration; Po- litical Science; Circle K; Sigma Tau Pi; Collegiate Singers, President; Sigma Alpha Mu; B.S.U. m tad Govt :.:: Ib ' i McRae, Neldajourdan; Tishom ' mga, Miss.; Elementary Education. Miller, Marjorie Anne; Huntsville; Busi- ness, Art; Art League; Sigma Tau Pi; Powers Hall Volleyball Team; Faculty- Student Social Committee. Mitchell, Jerry F.; Killen; Chemistry; Business Administration; Cadet Officers Corps; American Chemical Society. Millican, Patricia Onnis; Verman; Home Economics, Biology; Home Economics Club. f Monroe, Barbara Braswell; Florence; Sec- ondary Education, English, Business; English Club. 92 1 i i :--jm: ' ;ww Montgomery, Margaret Sue; Huntsville; Social Science Cognate, Biology; Band; W.S.G.A. Representative; President of Women ' s New Hall. Morris, Curtis L.; Tuscumbia; Business Administration; Eco- nomics. sr Montgomery, Harriett Elizabeth; Town Creek; Math, Sociology; Kappa Delta Pi, President; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Student Government Association; Junior Coun- selor; DIORAMA Bearty nominee; Who ' s Who in American Colleges nomi- nee. Murphy, Peggy McKay; Flor- ence; Home Economics. Newton, Jo Earle; Leoma, Tenn.; English Club. . Nevels, James Larry; Scottsboro; Market- ing and Retailing; Conservation Club; Young Democrats; Sigma Tau Pi; Basket- ball. Newton, Robert Ray; Sheffield. Northcutt, Sandra Carolyn; Cullman; Home Economics; Home Economics Club, Trea- surer; Choir; Band, President; Kappa Omicron Phi, President; Kappa Delta Pi, Reporter. KMta 111 Norwood, Mary Darnell; Florence; Busi- ness Education, English; Sigma Tau Pi. Osborn, Gilbert William Jr.; Sheffield; So- cial Science, Business Administration; Sigma Sigma Kappa. Parker, Freda Faye; Florence; Accounting, Economics; Choir, Reporter; Day Students; Stu- dent Government Association; Association of Women Com- muters, Vice-President, Presi- dent; W.S.G.A., Town Repre- sentative; DIORMA Staff; Commencement Usher; Sopho- more Class Treasurer; Senior Class Reporter; Runner-up to Miss Charming; Faculty-Stu- dent Social Committee; Home- coming Committee; Turris Fidelis Committee; Who ' s Who Committee; Junior Counselor; Leadership Retreat Commit- tee. Parker, Brenda Diane; Courtland; English, Business Education; English Club, Secre- tary-Treasurer; Sigma Tau Pi, Treasurer; Sigma Alpha Mu; S.A.E.A.; Student Gov- ernment Association; Junior Class Vice- President; Leadership Retreat; Hall Representative of Dorm; Usher at Bac- calaureate; Usher at Commencement. I ' Patterson, Judy Pewitt; Florence; Home Economics; Science; AWC; Home Eco- nomics Club, Vice-President, President; Inter President ' s Council; Kappa Omi- cron Phi; Junior Counselor. Pendley, Carolyn Lou; Tuscumbia; Secon- dary Education, English, History; English Club; S.A.E.A.; Sigma Sigma Kappa; B.S.U.; Young Democrats; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President, Most Outstanding Member; Junior Counselor; Student Counselor. Phillips, William Wayne; Bear Creek; Education, Biology, Chemistry; Chris- tian Student Fellowship, President; Inter President ' s Council. Perry, Gerald Douglas; Athens; Chemis- try, Biology, Secondary Education; Circle K; Conservation Club; F Club; Tennis. Pike, William Franklin; Ringgold, Ga.; History, Political Science; F Club; Foot- ball Student Trainer; Golf Team. 94 I + dJk ma Prattjames Robert; Haleyville. Porter, Harry Glen; Tuscumbia; Social Science Cognate; Biology-Secondary Ed- ucation. Price, Carolyn Gail; Cullman; Social Science Cognate, Biol- ogy; Sigma Sigma Kappa, Pres- ident; Inter President ' s Coun- cil; W.S.G.A., President; Beta Beta Beta; Outstanding Mem- ber of Sigma Sigma Kappa; O ' Neal Hall, Vice-President; Counselor; Leadership Re- treat; Recognition Day Com- mittee; Junior Woman of the Year Award. Proffitt, Linda Lois; Orlando, Florida; Chemistry, Zoology; Tri Beta; A.C.S.; Christian Stu- dent Fellowship; Student Gov- ernment Association. bis 1 1 I Raney, Jerry F.; Anderson; Accounting, English; Alpha Chi; Sigma Alpha Mu; Collegiate Civitan, Treasurer; B.S.U., Cadet Officers Corps, Treasurer; Flor-Ala Staff, Business Manager. Ramsey, Geraldine; Tupalo, Miss.; Busi- ness Education, English; Civinettes, Sec- retary; B.S.U.; Sigma Tau Pi; S.A.E.A. i .1 Richardson, Donna Thompson; Tuscumbia; Business Educa- tion; History; Sigma Tau Pi. Richard, O ' Ryan; Florence; En- glish; English Club, Publicity Chairman; Rehearsal Club; Collegiate Singers; B.S.U., Greater Council, Executive Council; Drama Chairman; Ed- itor, Lights and Shadows; Flor- Ala Staff. HH Roberts, fatrtcia Clock; Buena Park, Cali- fornia; Secondary Education, English, Spanish; Spanish Club; Newman Club; English Club, President. Rochelle, Sandra Janette; Lawrenceburg, Tenn.; Secondary Business Education, English; Sigma Tau Pi; S.A.E.A.; Lion- ettes. Roper, Donna Gleen; Decatur; Biology, English. Saint, Rebecca Ann;RussellviUe; Home Economics, Science, So- ciology; Home Economics Club. Histoi Circle ingM Presid ciiK tee; 1 Week ership mirtee Selvage, Rayburn Eugene; Scottsboro; Math, Physics; Conservation Club; Kappa Mu Epsilon. Sewell, Laurel Shannon; Florence; Art, Business; Student Art League, Secretary- Treasurer; Kappa Pi; Student Union Board; Association of Women Commu- ters; Homecoming Committee. Smith, Jimmy Edward; Florence; Social Science, English; Baseball. Shelton, Paul Thomas; Huntsville; Social Science Cognate, English-Secondary Edu- cation; Flor-Ala; Civitans; Sigma Sigma Kappa, Vice-President. 96 Smith, Malcolm H.; Decatur; History, Po- litical Science. - V J WBES tattES ' iM? ' !? ' : Smith, Regina Sheree; Killen; Secretarial Science, Sociology; Sigma Tau Pi, Secre- tary; ROTC Sponsor; Flor-Ala Staff. Smith, Paul Edward; Sheffield; Biology, History; Student Union Board, President; Circle K, Vice-President, Most Outstand- ing Member; Cadet Officers Corps; Inter President ' s Council; Faculty-Student So- cial Committee; Homecoming Commit- tee; Rat Week Committee; Freshman Week Committee; " Leo the Lion " ; Lead- ership Retreat; Leadership Retreat Com- mittee. Smith, Walter Allen; Sheffield; Chemistry, Biology; Collegi- ate Civitan Club, President; Inter President ' s Council; Ca- det Officers Corps; American Chemical Society; Graduation Usher. i i South, Sharon Garrett; Clover- dale; Secondary Education, En glish, Math. Sparkman, Ronald Lewis; Hartselle; Ac- counting, Business Administration; So- ciology; Dean ' s List. Spann, Benny Frank; Glenallen; Sigma Tau Pi; Sigma Alpha Mu. Stanford, Mary Wann; Hills- boro; English, History. Steele, Mary Pace; Florence; Sec- ondary Education, Physical Education, English; Physical Education Club. Stewart, Charlotte; Florence. Strange, Robert G.; Huntsville, Business Administration, Economics; Cadet Offi- cers Corps; Pershing Rifles; Sigma Tau Pi; Rifle Team. Sutton, L. Donald; Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Accounting, Economics. Taylor, Glennis Elizabeth; Rus- sellville; Home Economics, Science; Home Economics Club, Historian. " ] Terry, Betty Blair; Muscle Shoals. Terry, Sandra Ann; Courtland; Secondary Education, English, History; English Club, President; Sigma Sigma Kappa; Civinettes; Inter President ' s Council: Graduation Usher; Student Counselor Dorm Executive Council. Tidwell, Raymond Gerald; Killen; Chem- istry, Physics, Business Administration; American Chemical Society. Theiss, Conrad Charles, Jr.; Port Char- lotte, Florida; Pre-Dental, Chemistry, Biology; Circle K; F-Club; Westminster Fellowship, President; Baseball; Student Counselor. 98 Thigpen, Mary Moore; Rogersville; Busi- ness Education, English; Sigma Tau Pi; Student Alabama Education Association; Dean ' s List. -: gas: I r,:r. ilUppt ' JUKIC Thompson, W. H. Jr.; Lexington; Alpha Chi, Secretary. Tindol, Emily C: Decatur; History, En- glish; Sigma Sigma Kappa; Howard Col- lege-Alpha Delta Pi Social Sorority. Threet, Jerry Thomas; Waterloo; Chemistry, Biology. Tucker, Thomas James; Muscle Shoals; Physical Education, Biology, Secondary Education; Cadet Officers Corps; F-Club; P.E. Club; Baseball. Underwood, Rex R.; Leoma, Tenn. Turpen, Jerry Wayne; Sheffield; Market- ing and Retailing, History. Vrbanski, Karl E.; Rogersville; Chemistry, Physics; American Chemical Society, Publicity Chairman. Vinson, George Eldonjr.; Camp- bell; Accounting, Economics; Pershing Rifles, Treasurer; Drill Team; Cadet Officers Corps. Wadsworth, Susanne Shults; Sheffield; Secondary Education, English, Art; En- glish Club; Foreign Cultures Club; DIORAMA Staff; Kappa Pi. Waits, Baby, Florence; Secondary Educa- tion, Physical Education, English; Physi- cal Education Club. Walker, Robert William; Tuscumbia; Ac- counting, Economics; Alpha Chi, Vice- President; Sigma Alpha Mu. I : :: Wallace, Jerry Neve Is; New Hope; Physical Education, History; DIORAMA Staff; P.E. Club; Baseball. West, Russell; Winfield; Ac- counting, Economics; Alpha Chi, Treasurer; Conservation Club; Collegiate Civitan. White, James William; Tenn. Lawrenceburg, Whisenant, Carolyn Elaine; Lacey ' s Springs; Secondary Education, Biology, Chemistry; Baptist Student Union, Greater Council; American Chemical Society; Education Club. White, Margaret Ida; Florence; English, Business Administration; Sigma Tau Pi; Association of Women Commuters. 100 -; A " t Wv mam Williams, Elizabeth Patterson; Florence; Home Economics, Science. White, William Don; Grove Hill; Chem- istry, Math; American Chemical Society Williams, Charles Wendell; Phil Campbell. Williams, Louise Wynell; Flor- ence; Home Economics; Home Economics Club. Wilson, James Aaron; Barton; Secondary Education, History, Sociology; Sigma Sigma Kappa; Graduation Usher. Williams, Phillip Owen; Haleyville; Ac- counting, Art; Alpha Chi; Senior Class Summer President. W indie, James Andrew, Jr.; Florence; Secondary Educa- tion, History, English. Wilson, Myron Vaughn; Flor- ence; Business Administra- tion, Marketing and Retailing. Winn, Joshua Nicholas, IV; Florence; Business Adminis- tration, Marketing and Retail- ing; Cadet Officers Corps; Canterbury Association, Pres- ident; Inter President ' s Coun- cil. Worley, Linda Faye; Huntsville; English, Business Education-Secondary Edu- cation; Sigma Tau Pi; English Club; Band; Majorettejunior Counselor; DIORAMA Beauty Nominee. Wood, William Barry; Florence. Wright, Sue Dyer; Vinemont; Secondary Education, English, History. Worlund, Wytannah Lynn; New Market; Secondary Education, History, Political Science; Sigma Sigma Kappa; S.A.E.A.; Baptist Student Union; Dorm Officer. Wright, Barbara Nell; Florence; Business Education, Economics; Sigma Tau Pi; Flor-Ala; W.S.G.A.; Association of Wo- men Commuters. Wynn, Brenda Nell; Cullman; Chemistry, Biology; Beta Beta Beta. Young, Thomas Andrew; Fay- etteville, Tenn.; Secondary Education, History, Physical Education. - Id SaB5 ' iW ! T ! 7 These are years not soon forgotten . . . Years full of fun . . . Full of tensions . . . A time for hard work . . . and for anticipation . . . anti- cipation of that day when one finally becomes a Florence State alumnus. Each FSC senior will share many wonderful lasting memories of these years . . . some of the happiest years of our lives. 103 r UNDERCLASSMEN mi fl f Abernathy, Pat; Soph Florence Acree, Karen; Fr Huntsville Adams, Carole; Soph Iuka, Miss. Adams, Forrest; Fr Athens Adams, John; Soph Sheffield Aday, Martha; Fr Decatur Alexander, Cathryn; Fr Moulton Alexander, Donald; Fr Leighton Alexander, Rebekah; Soph Florence Akers, Betty; Fr Decatur Aldridge, Charles; Jr Winfield Aldridge, Jane; Jr Pinhook Alldredge, Nellie; Soph Florence Allen, Evelyn; Jr Hamilton Allen, Maurita; Soph Muscle Shoals Allen, Robert; Jr Harvest Allison, Jane; Jr Paint Rock Alsdorf, Judy; Jr Pompano Beach, Fla. Anderson, Barbara; Fr Florence Anderson, Martha; Jr Huntsville Anderson, Mary; Fr Huntsville Andrews, Francis; Fr Huntsville Armstrong, Ray; Fr Hayden Ashby, Wilburn; Fr Florence Aston, Linda; Soph Moulton Atkinson, Nelda; Fr Guin Austin, Cecil; Fr Sheffield Austin, Ernest; Fr Sheffield Aycock, James; Fr Falkville Bailey, Carl; Fr Florence Bailey, Janice; Fr Cullman Bailey, Johnny; Fr Florence Bailey, Paula; Soph Huntsville Bakes, Edsel; Fr Huntsville Bald, Gaylor; Jr Cherokee Barden, Linda; Fr Huntsville Barclay, Rebecca; Fr Scottsboro Barksdale, Connie; Soph Athens Barnett, Barbara; Jr Rogersville Barnett, Sandra; Jr Florence Barnett, Willa; Fr Florence Barnwell, Elizabeth; Fr Florence Barr, Martha; Fr Florence Barron, Loyd; Jr, Florence Barton, Martha; Jr Vernon Barty, Peter; Jr Florence Bass, Donna; Fr Moulton Bass, Gary; Soph Scottsboro How do I know where your motor went! Bass, Judi; Jr Russellville Batson, Linda; Fr Madison Bean, Suzanne; Fr Decatur Beasley, Charles; Jr Florence Beaty, Jim; Fr Decatur Becks, Robert; Fr Huntsville Beeler, J. D.; Fr Memphis, Tenn. Beene, Delano; Soph Town Creek Behel, Harry; Fr Florence Behel, Reeder; Soph Florence Bell, Charles; Fr Ethelsville Bellhorn, Theodore; Fr Oviedo, Fla. Belue, Larry; Jr Cherokee Bennett, Sharon; Soph Huntsville Benson, Dudley; Fr Florence Berryhill, Brenda; Fr Winfield Best, Roger; Fr Athens Bevis, Charles; Fr Florence Bilstein, Robert; Fr Florence Bishop, Mary; Fr Bear Creek Bishop, Nancy; Fr Cherokee Bishop, Vicky; Fr Russellville Black, Edwin; Soph Hartselle Blalock, Pamela; Fr Cullman Bland, Linda; Soph Florence Blankenship, Eleanor; Fr Priceville Blankenship, Elizabeth; Jr Huntsville Blankenship, Kennith; Soph Florence Blankenship, Shirley; Fr Haleyville Blasingame, Ernie; Soph Florence 9 $ Blaylock, Jack; Fr Graysville Block, Barbara; Fr Birmingham Boatwright, George; Fr Tuscumbia Bobo, Jerry; Fr Fayette Bolding, Andy; Jr Cherokee Boling, Mary; Soph Birmingham Bolton, James; Soph Russellville Bond, Mary; Fr Huntsville Bone, Charles; Fr Tuscumbia Booth, Billy; Soph Town Creek Bostick, Marshall; Fr Brilliant Boston, Dennis; Jr Muscle Shoals Boston, Sherry; Jr Muscle Shoals Bowling, Elizabeth; Fr Florence Bowling, Randal; Soph Florence Boyett, Carolyn; Fr Sulligent Boyles, James; Fr Moulton Bracken, Eddy; Jr Town Creek Bradford, Adrianne; Soph Florence Bradford, Margo; Fr Huntsville Bradford, Marshall; Fr Florence Bragwell, Billy; Fr Russellville Bragwell, Pamela; Fr Florence Brewer, Larry; Fr Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Brewer, Linda; Fr Florence Brewer, Wynell; Fr Moulton Brink, Mary; Fr Florence Briscoe, Sylvia; Soph Haleyville Britnell, Brenda; Soph Florence Britnell, Mary; Fr Sheffield Britton, Mary; Jr Phil Campbell Broadfoot, Vonda; Fr Florence Brooks, Carol; Soph Huntsville Brown, James; Jr Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Brown, Steve; Fr Florence Brownlow, Brenda; Jr Kansas Brownlow, James; Jr Double Springs Bruce, Charles; Fr Muscle Shoals Brumfield, Lydia; Fr Huntsville Bryan, Billy; Fr Falkville Bryan, Carlton; Fr Birmingham Buffler, Barbara; Jr Florence Bullard, Michelle; Soph Huntsville Bullard, Ted; Fr Huntsville Bunny, George P.; Special . New Orleans, La. Burleson, Donna; Soph Russellville Burleson, Francis; Fr Decatur Burns, Carolyn; Jr Hartselle .. m Ai Of all the places to take my brother Burton, Judy; Soph Town Creek M I _l, M f L M JL Busby, Philip; Jr Parrish BflP MfM m B I 9 " V Butler, Annalie; Fr Brownsboro A - k BL Bj k Butler, Elizabeth; Fr Anderson B Jr m uu kmt -5k ' ' J Jm Buttram, Marvin. Bessemer , A iW. W " ' f E ammm Buttram, Mary; Soph Bessemer U, Af Am mm MtW MM mm JmW Byrd, James; Soph Muscle Shoals mBt Byrd, Jeanette; Soph. . Chattanooga, Term. P v Be " WJ Cagle, Barbara; Fr Haleyville B t. . Cagle, Dwight; Soph Florence JK - Cain, Glenda; l : r Haleyville . A w Calvert, Helen; Soph Tuscumbia BV tg. I Kfe B S Mmm L Cambron, Janice; Soph Decatur AW Camp, Jacqueline; Fr Anderson 1_ - . P - Campbell, Lydia; Jr. . . . ' Rogersville m, mm " " " Canerday, Jackie; Fr Florence MP JF . _, Canerday, James; Jr Florence Canerday, Norman; Fr Florence mm L B aWwmm. Awm L 8 %tWm . Caradonna, Martha: It Florence Am Am B ak. m m Carleen, Haleyville AM fc Ik M Jil M Carmean, Janis; Fr Huntsville BR . - J1 F " 1 T Carp, Leslie; Jr New York, New York BJ W " Bj Carpenter, James; Fr Cherokee V - Am m " B n i LW Carpenter, William; Fr Ethelsville ' BBf ' tBt Carroll, Brenda; Soph Courtland Carroll, James; Soph Florence Carruth, Benjamin; Fr Muscle Shoals Carter, Martha; Jr Russellville Cartwright, Alice; Fr Huntsville Cash, Camellia; Fr Fayette T I think I ' m in the wrong class. Cast, Carol; Fr Hartselle Castner, Charles; Fr Reading, Pa. Cathey, Carole; Fr Florence Caudle, Stephen; Fr Huntsville Champion, James; Soph Florence Chandler, Pat; Jr Huntsville Chapman, Patty; Fr Huntsville Chenault, Steve; Fr Decatur Chilcoat, Myra; Jr Haleyville Childers, Nancy; Fr Florence Childers, William; Fr Scottsboro Childress, Gerald; Fr Fayette Clark, Lloyd; Fr Huntsville Clark, Rumel; Fr Tuscumbia Claunch, David; Fr Tuscumbia Clay, Connie; Soph Eva Cleghorn, Annita; Fr Arley Cleghorn, Kerry; Fr Arley Clement, Ausie; Soph Russell ville Clemmons, Frank; Fr Florence Clemmons, Wanda; Fr Florence Cole, Janice; Fr Tuscumbia Cole, Jerry; Jr Cullman Cole, Mary; Jr Vernon Cole, Sarah; Jr Tishomingo, Miss. Collier, Ingram; Fr Florence Collins, Clarence; Fr Hartselle Collum, Joyce; Soph Tuscumbia Colwell, Debbie; Fr Huntsville Comer, Priscilla; Fr Tuscumbia " Compton, Larry; Fr Hanceville Cone, Ralph; Fr Nashville, Tenn. Connally, Phyllis; Fr Gurley Cook, Carol; Soph Florence Cook, Diana; Soph Sheffield Cook, Dolores; Fr Lacey ' s Spring Cook, Nancy; Fr Florence Cook, Ricky; Fr Hamilton Cooper, James; Soph Russellville Cooper, Maudie; Fr Crane Hill Cornelius, Linda; Jr Huntsville Cornelison, Virgil; Fr Cincinnati, Ohio Cothern, Sulinta; Soph Mt. Hope Counce, William; Soph Athens Cowley, Corrine; Fr Huntsville Cowley, Kenneth; Fr Huntsville Cox, James; Fr Rogersville Cox, William; Soph Russellville Creighton, Townley; Fr. . . Redstone Arsenal Crowson, Jane; Jr Huntsville Crossley, Elaine; Jr Vernon Crow, Harold; Jr Thomasville Crowe, Brenda; Fr Decatur Crutchfield, William; Fr Cullman Cummings, Carolyn; Jr Spruce Pine Cunningham, Philip; Fr Huntsville Dale, Jack; Fr Huntsville Daniel, Carolyn; Soph. . . Cypress Inn, Tenn. Daniel, Shirley; Soph Florence Daniel, William; Fr Florence Danley, Sara; Fr Horence Darby, Mary; Soph Florence Daugherty, Walter; Jr Florence Davidson, John; Soph Russellville Davis, G. R.; Soph. . ' . Florence Darwin, John; Fr Huntsville David, Danny; Fr Ardmore, Tenn. Davis, Betty; Fr Cullman Davis, Jane; Jr Loretto, Tenn. Davis, Mary; Soph Cherokee Dean, Anita; Soph Sheffield DeLoach, Ruth; Fr Madison Denson, John; Soph Decatur Denson, Shearl; Jr Arley Denson, Patsy; Fr Addison Dewberry, Carolyn; Fr Wheeler Derrick, Diane; Soph Cullman Dishongh, Laura; Fr West Point, Tenn. But, Mom Dixon, Carrie; Jr Corinth, Miss. Dodgen, Mary; Soph Huntsville Donaldson, Paula; Fr Killen Dornbos, Robert; Fr Huntsville Dover, Gary; Fr Arley Downing, Robert; Fr Florence Drain, Sherry; Fr Decatur Drinkard, Allen; Jr Eva Driver, Jerry; Soph Hartselle Driver, Harold; Fr Cullman Dudley, Peggy; Fr Guin Dummier, Judith; Fr Elkmont Duncan, Sarah; Fr Hamilton Dunlap, Buford; Fr Decatur Durham, Tom; Fr Huntsville Duncan, Becky; Soph Savannah, Tenn. Dutton, Jimmy; Soph Oakman Dyar, Alan; Soph. Dyar, Nancy; Soph Huntsville Eady, Belva; Fr Muscle Shoals Edde, William; Fr Pulaski, Tenn. Edmonds, Richard; Fr Huntsville Edmondson, Earl; Soph Huntsville Edwards, Bobby; Fr Florence Edwards, John; Soph Horence Edwards, Linda; Jr Decatur Edwards, Mary; Fr Huntsville Echols, Charles; Fr Cullman Elkins, Judith; Fr Gurley Elliott, Jim; Fr Florence Gam ' , HHHHMHHM yum? jt 11 . ' lima Erwin, Sharon; Soph Pittsburgh, Pa. Esslinger, Thomas; Fr Huntsville Evans, Linda Gail; Jr Hartselle Evans, Linda Joy; Fr Florence Evans, Martha; Fr Tuscumbia W F A ' M Evans, Walter; Fr Decatur f Everett, Billy; Jr Huntsville Ezell, Lindon; Fr Florence Ezell, Sandra; Fr Killen Faulkner, Doris; Fr Florence Ferguson, Jackie; Jr Town Creek Fikes, Leora; Jr Hamilton Finney, Martha; Fr Scottsboro Fish, Tommy; Fr Huntsville Floyd, Mary; Soph Vinemont Forbes, Linda; Fr Town Creek Ford, Janice; Fr Sheffield Fore, Rocky; Fr Florence Foust, Barbara; Fr. . . . Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Fowler, Brenda; Fr Fernbank Fowler, Rosemary; Fr Florence Fox, Barbara; Soph Sheffield B Wf H I . Franks, Barbara; Fr Sheffield , - Franks, Gerald; Soph Guin Franks, Jimmy; Fr Fayette Franz, Keith; Fr Huntsville Frederick, Thadis; Fr Florence Freeman, Clyde; Jr Phil Campbell Freeman, Wanda; Fr Florence J V Frey, Thomas; Fr Sheffield _A M fe Fry, Jimmie; Fr Cherokee F Frye, Robert. Soph Florence JEa . S JLk m ,1 Fulmer, Gene; Fr Florence Fulmer, Larry; Jr Florence Gaither, Kay; Jr Florence A X_, w_ Gammon, Nancy; Soph Fayette fl L . _ H Bfe jfc4J Gann, Carolyn; Jr Hamilton Gardner, Anita; Soph Sheffield Gardner, Myron; Fr Scottsboro Garner, Elizabeth; Jr Florence Garner, Tim; Fr Athens Garrett, Vivian; Fr Grant Ji dWk. dW . f I ? V ' M mfe- fJI Mil 4 mmmmmmwmmmm - - Cx O O fciJ J4kl Gentry, Sharon; Soph Decatur Gillespie, Gwendolyn; Fr Moulton Gillespie, Lavonia; Jr Hillsboro Gioiello, Alice; Fr Florence Glass, Frank; Fr Sheffield Glasscock, John; Jr Hartselle Glasscock, Kathy; Fr Montgomery Glover, Julia; Fr Cherokee Gobbell, Danny; Fr Florence Gober, Peggy; Jr Nauvoo Godsey, Linda; Soph Haleyville Gooch, Jackie; Fr Florence Gooch, Terry; Fr Florence Gordon, Steve; Jr New Carlisle, Ohio Goree, Barry; Jr Decatur Gorum, Robert; Fr Huntsville Graham, Edward; Fr Waynesboro, Tenn. Graham, Robert; Fr Florence Graves, Ellen; Jr Sheffield Gray, Michael; Fr Fairhope Graybill, Joan; Fr Florence Green, Barbara; Soph Loretto, Tenn. Green, James; Jr Loretto, Tenn. Green, Jerry; Soph Hartselle Grimmitt, Charles; Fr Sheffield Grisham, Hershel; Jr Rogersville Grissom, Larry; Jr Tuscumbia Grissom, Ernie; Fr Tuscumbia Grissom, Patsy; Jr Sheffield Grisso, Linda; Jr Florence Grooms, Pamela; Fr Huntsville Gunn, Sandra; Fr Decatur Gurley, Johnny; Jr Sheffield Gurley, Richard; Fr Somerville Guthrie, Margrette; Soph Cullman Hass, Ronald; Soph Pisgah Hale, Robby; Fr Decatur Haeger, Larry; Soph Florence Halbert, John; Soph Sheffield Hale, Janet; Fr Florence Hall, Charlotte; Fr Vinemont Hall, Jerry; Fr Florence Hamilton, Tommy; Fr Hillsboro Hammond, Jeffrey; Fr Lexington Hammond, David; Soph Anderson Hampton, David; Jr Bear Creek Hampton, Donna; Soph Tuscumbia Hamrick, Barbara; Jr Hanceville - I No, I won ' t give it back! Hansen, Bonnie; Fr Huntsville Hanson, Jim; Fr Florence Haraway, Carolyn; Fr Rogersville Harbison, Terry; Fr Bessemer Hardin, Betty; Jr Red Bay Hargrave, Mary; Soph Madison Harland, Karon; Fr Cherokee Harp, Lang; Fr Florence Harper, Linda; Fr Cullman Harper, Walter; Fr Huntsville Harrison, Barbara; Jr Elkmont Harvey, David; Soph Rogersville Hastings, Diana; Jr Huntsville Hatcher, Judith; Fr Tuscumbia Havens, Bobbie; Fr Sheffield Hawkins, Donald; Fr Huntsville Hawes, Lawrence; Jr Leighton Hayes, Ann; Fr Cherokee Hayes, Larry; Soph Florence Haygood, Sarah; Jr Florence Head, Robert; Fr Decatur Hendrix, Barbara; Jr Guin Herring, Rita; Fr Sheffield Hester, Billy; Fr Russellville Hester, Dorothy; Jr Tuscumbia Hester, Gerald; Soph Russellville Hester, Lynn; Soph Tuscumbia Hester, Martha; Soph Phil Campbell Hester, Van; Jr Florence Heupel, Bettye; Fr Florence Hice, Beverly; Jr Killen Hicks, Michael; Fr Mooresville, Ind. Hicks, Nelda; Fr Taft, Tenn. Higgins, Mary; Fr Florence Higgins, Merrill; Fr Florence Hill, Brenda; Fr Florence Hines, Larry; Fr Florence Hines, Maria; Jr Sheffield Hodges, Richard; Soph. . . Lawrence, Kansas Hogan, Joe; Fr Danville Hoffman, John; Fr Birmingham Holdbrooks, Norman; Fr. . . . Muscle Shoals Holladay, Sonja; Fr Danville Holland, Ann; Jr Elkmont Holland, Jerry; Jr Sheffield Holland, Melba; Jr Tuscumbia Holley, Arlene; Soph Vernon Holley, Lenora; Fr Vernon Holley, Linda; Fr Red Bay Holley, Paul; Jr Florence Hollman, Edith; Fr Loretto, Tenn. Holmes, Barbara; Fr Huntsville Holmes, Nancy; Fr Florence Holmes, Thomas; Fr Florence Holloway, Harry; Fr Hamilton Holt, Cheryl; Fr Killen Holt, James; Soph Florence Hood, Jerry; Fr Addison Hood, Lawrence; Jr Florence Hood, Martha; Fr Decatur Horton, Betty; Jr Muscle Shoals Hough, Charles; Soph Decatur Hovater, Billy; Fr Russellville Hovater, Johnny; Fr Tuscumbia Howard, Sarah; Fr Tuscumbia Howell, Doris; Jr Moulton Howell, Leassia; Fr Haleyville Howell, Millie; Soph Haleyville Howse, James; Fr Cullman Huff, Merle; Soph Huntsville Hughes, Gerald; Fr Beaverton Hughes, Mary; Soph Hanceville Huffman, Hugh; Jr Florence Humphres, Hazel; Soph Vina Humphries, Judith; Soph Florence Hyatt, Patrinka; Fr Addison Ingle, Mary; Soph Fayette Irons, James; Fr Florence ... But why was I put out of class? Isbell, Stanley; Fr Arab Isom, Eddie; Fr Tuscumbia Ivey, Francis; Fr Huntsville Jackson, David; Fr Sheffield Jackson, Nial; Fr Florence James, Beverly; Jr Leighton James, Carole; Fr Florence James, Joan; Fr Decatur James, Tommy; Fr Rogersville Jeffreys, Sheila; Fr Town Creek Jenkins, Annette; Soph Decatur Johnsey, Mary; Fr Docena Johnson, Barbara; Fr Tuscumbia Johnson, Benford; Soph Russellville Johnson, Charles; Fr Ringgold, Ga. Johnson, Elwanda; Fr Vernon Johnson, Francis; Fr Sheffield Johnson, Jimmy; Fr Decatur Johnson, Kathryn; Soph Sheffield Johnson, Mary; Jr Russellville Johnson, Patsy; Fr Moulton Johnson, Sandra; Fr Vinemont Johnson, Wayne; Fr Haleyville Johnston, John; Jr Huntsville Joiner, Mary; Fr Lexington Jolly, Ida; Fr Florence Jones, Mary Jane; Fr New Market Jones, Mary Nancy; Jr Tuscumbia Jones, Kerry; Fr St. Joseph, Tenn. Jones, Robert; Fr Decatur _ Is he really looking for a list for volunteers to Vietnam? ft (5 $ Jones, Thomas; Fr Sheffield Jones, Vondalyn; Soph Falkville Jones, William; Fr Franklin, Ky. Jordan, Barbara; Soph Sheffield Jordan, Bruce; Soph Huntsville Jowers, Sharon; Fr Florence Judd, Patricia; Soph Florence Junkins, Jimmy; Jr Gadsden Kasmeier, Doris; Soph Florence Keel, Janet; Fr Vinemont Keel, Jerry; Fr Harvest Keelen, Patricia; Jr Sheffield Keenum, Milford; Fr Muscle Shoals Kennamer, Carol; Soph Woodville Kennedy, William; Soph. . St. Joseph, Tenn. Key, Carolyn, Fr Courtland Key, DeWayne; Fr Moulton Key, Jerry; Jr Eldridge Key, Sandra; Jr Courtland Keys, Vicky; Fr Muscle Shoals Kilgoar, Rowena; Fr Tuscumbia Killen, Mary; Fr Florence Killings worth, Jan; Fr Moulton Kimbrell, Bobbie; Fr Florence Kimbrell, Sherrill; Fr Tuscumbia Kimbrough, Wayne; Soph Russellville King, Joel; Soph Florence King, Ruby; Soph Leighton Knight, Wendell; Soph Grove Hill Koonce, Mary; Fr Florence " ' Kyle, Mildred; Jr Ingleside Lamb, Martina; Soph Huntsville Landers, John; Jr Leighton Landers, Louis; Soph Florence Landers, Mary; Soph Decatur Landers, Mary J., Soph Tuscumbia Lashley, David; Soph Decatur Lauderdale, Shirley; Fr Florence Lawler, Doug; Soph Huntsville Lawler, Patsy; Fr Russellville Lawrimore, Yvonne; Jr Hartsel le Lawson, Archie; Fr Florence Lawson, Sims; Jr Florence Lazenby, Patricia; Fr Florence Leath, Patricia; Fr Tuscumbia Leathers, Sandra; Fr Villa Rica, Ga. Leathers, Shelia; Fr Villa Rica, Ga. LeCates, Robert; Fr Florence Lee, Martha; Soph Town Creek Lee, Michael; Fr Sheffield Lee, Robert; Fr Killen Lee, Robert R.; Jr Sheffield Ledbetter, Jerry; Fr Vina LeMay, Harry; Fr Moulton Letson, Brenda; Fr Decatur Lewis, Danny; Fr Hartselle Lewis, Nancy; Jr Montgomery Lewis, Terry; Fr Hayden Lindsey, Donald; Jr Detroit Lindsey, Genell; Soph Florence Lindsey, Linda; Jr Tuscumbia Lindsey, Martha; Soph Florence Littrell, Ellen; Soph Florence Litde, Farol; Fr Danville Litde, Francis; Fr Decatur Logan, Mike; Jr Haleyville Loden, Martha; Soph Hamilton Loomis, Judy; Fr Redstone Arsenal Long, Mary; Soph Bridgeport Lowery, Claudia; Fr Leighton Lynch, James; Soph Birmingham Lucas, Vernon; Soph Huntsville Lunsford, Mary; Fr Hamilton Lyons, Howie; Soph. . . Lexington Park, Md. Mabe, Mary; Fr Lexington Mace, Richard; Fr Huntsville Madison, Sherry; Fr Muscle Shoals Magnusson, Fred; Fr Ardmore, Tenn. ' So what ' s wrong with having one track minds? 2 13 t j v, fJWK; O (? f Malone, Sandra; Fr Russellville Mance, Margorie; Fr Florence Mann, Becky; Soph Florence Maples, David; Fr Huntsville Maples, Howard; Fr Florence Marbutt, Hoyt; Soph Florence Marbutt, Karen; Soph Florence Marchitto, Dominick; Fr. . . Metuchen, N.J. Marks, Susan; Fr Florence Marks, William; Jr Athens Marsh, Mary; Fr Bridgeport Marshall, Gail; Soph Florence Marshall, Luther; Jr Sheffield Martin, Mare; Soph Jacksonville, Fla. Mason, Bryan; Fr Florence Mason, Jeannie; Soph Florence Masterson, Mary; Soph Florence Matthews, Janie; Fr Florence Matthews, Sandra; Fr. . . . Charleston, W. Va. Matthews, Sandra L.; Fr Sheffield Mayes, Reba; Fr Muscle Shoals Mayfield, Marie; Jr Sheffield Maynard, Gordon; Fr Huntsville McAbee, Tony; Fr Hartselle McAnnally, Johnny; Fr Garden City McBride, Nellie; Soph Tuscumbia McCarl, Richard; Soph Florence McCarley, Judith; Fr Hamilton McCarley, Mary; Fr Florence McClanahan, Jane; Jr Hartselle McClure, Margaret; Fr Tuscumbia McCorkle, Rose Ann; Soph Florence McCormick, Danny; Soph Rogersville McCrary, Linda; Fr Newark, Del. McCrory, Peggy; Jr St. Joseph, Tenn. McCullough, Freda; Fr Moulton I McCullough, Peggy; Soph Moulton McCullough, Jan; Fr Decatur McCrary, Sandra; Soph Tuscumbia McCreless, Nickey; Fr Hamilton McDonald, Jacqueline; Fr Huntsville McDonald, Ronnie; Fr Muscle Shoals McGee, David; Fr Florence McGee, Georgia; Fr Decatur McGee, Kendrick; Fr Florence McGee, Larry; Fr Florence McGee, Patricia; Fr Florence McGee, Tonis; Fr Lexington McGowan, Benjamin; Fr Huntsville McGriff, Billy; Fr Florence McGuire, Marion; Soph Decatur McNees, Floyd; Jr Vernon McGraw, Dalton; Fr Florence McGuyer, Martha; Fr Tuscumbia McKee, Dianne; Fr Florence McKleroy, Sydney; Fr Decatur McMasters, Daniel; Soph. . . Loretto, Tenn. McMinds, Dennis; Soph. . Calumet City, 111. McMeans, Dennis; Fr Decatur McMurtrey, Larry; Fr. . . . St. Joseph, Tenn. McMurtrey, Sarah; Fr Killen McMurtrey, Thomas; Fr Killen McNeill, Thomas; Fr Scottsboro McPeters, Clara; Fr Florence McPherson, Sandra; Soph Warrior McRae, John; Fr Florence McSwain, Jenny; Fr Florence Meeks, Howard; Fr Huntsville Melton, Dora; Fr Cherokee Melvin, Robert; Soph Florence Meredith, Oscar; Fr Florence Metcalf, Celestine; Jr Scottsboro Miller, Anna; Fr. . . Huntsville Miller, Patricia; Fr Cullman Millet, Edward; Fr Florence Miller, William; Fr Guin Minor, Jerry; Fr Sheffield Minor, Roger; Fr Parrish Minor, Virginia; Jr Parrish Mitchell, Bruce; Fr Florence Mitzner, Paula; Fr Huntsville Mize, Elwyn; Fr Haleyville Moore, Harold; Soph Falkville Moore, Roger; Fr Vernon Monceret, Millie; Soph. . . St. Joseph, Tenn. Monroe, Sylvia; Fr Red Bay Monroe, Thomas; Fr Huntsville Montgomery, Helen; Fr Huntsville Montgomery, Janie; Fr Tuscumbia Montgomery, Marjorie; Soph. . . Tuscumbia Montgomery, Thalia; Jr Florence Mooney, Sharyn; Fr Trinity Moore, Daniel; Fr Gadsden Moore, Carl; Fr Decatur Moore, Gary; Jr luka, Miss. Moore, Kerry; Soph Bessemer Moore, Sarah; Fr Tuscumbia Moriarty, Charles; Fr Lexington Morris, Charles; Fr Rogersville Moseley, Billie; Fr Florence Moses, Judith; Soph Falkville Motes, Carolyn; Fr Vernon Motes, Faye; Jr Spruce Pine Motes, Kenneth; Jr Hanceville Motes, Marshall; Fr Tuscumbia Morrow, Patricia; Soph Red Bay Mullendore, Sylvia; Jr Sheffield Mullican, Zehron; Fr Huntsville Murdock, Linda; Fr Sheffield Murphy, Charlotte; Fr Waterloo Myers, Rebecca; Soph LaFayette, Ga. Nabors, William; Fr Decatur Nagle, Barbara; Fr Huntsville Nagle, Joanne; Soph Huntsville Napps, Floyd; Fr Sheffield Narmore, Judy; Fr Muscle Shoals Neidert, Anthionette; Fr. . . . Loretto, Tenn. Neidert, Cathy; Jr Loretto, Tenn. Neill, Charlotte; Fr Tuscumbia Nelson, Ray; Fr Fayette Newbern, Joan; Soph Anderson Newman, Johnny; Fr Vernon Newsome, Mary; Soph Killen Newton, Lloyd; Jr Lexington Newton, Stanley; Fr Rogersville Nichols, Julian; Soph Tuscumbia aK av -ah u, urr-- I think I ' ve got it. Nichols, Margaret; Jr Hamilton Niolon, John; Fr Bessemer Nix, Nina; Jr Phil Campbell Nix, Rodger; Soph Moulton Nixon, John; Fr Tuscumbia Norris, Dwight; Soph Huntsville Norwood, James, Soph Florence Oakes, Elwanda; Jr Vernon O ' Donnell, Sandra; Fr Huntsville O ' Kelley, Robert; Fr Rossville, Ga. O ' Linger, Shirley; Fr Scottsboro Olive, Jerry; Soph Florence Oliver, William; Jr Florence O ' Malley, James; Soph Tuscumbia O ' Neal, John; Fr Paint Rock Orrick, Charlotte; Soph Vina Osborne, Marilyn; Jr Russellville Osborn, Wanda; Fr Leighton Oswalt, Johnnie; Fr Leighton Overton, James; Soph Vina Owens, Sandra; Soph Town Creek Pace, James; Fr, Florence Paden, Philip; Fr Tuscumbia Pagano, Patricia; Fr Huntsville Palmer, Barbara; Soph Bridgeport Parker, Doyce; Fr Killen Parker, James; Fr Florence Parker, Jim; Jr Sheffield Parker, Joel; Soph Florence Parker, Orville; Soph Red Bay MjaHDHB BHMB TUB 11 Parks, Robert; Jr Tuscumbia Parks, William; Fr Tuscumbia Parrish, Judy; Fr Florence Parrish, Sherrie; Fr Florence Parsley, Pamela; Fr Huntsville Pate, Janet; Fr Muscle Shoals Patrick, Dana; Soph Laceys Spring Patterson, Dennis; Soph Florence Patterson, Lewis; Fr Sheffield Patton, Gary; Jr Eva Patton, Patsy; Fr Tuscumbia Peace, Robert; Soph Florence Pearce, Allen; Fr Danville Pate, Charles; Jr Muscle Shoals Peeden, Joel; Fr Florence Peinhardt, Judith; Soph Cullman Penn, Charles; Jr Hartselle Pennington, Mickey; Fr Fayette Perkins, Bettie; Fr Sheffield Perkins, George; Soph Florence Perry, Jasper; Fr Adamsville Phillips, Don; Soph Lorain, Ohio Phillips, Duane; Soph Lorain, Ohio Phillips, Eleanor; Fr Florence Phillips, Jo; Jr Sweetwater Phillips, Ronald; Soph Sheffield Phillips, Wanda; Fr Florence Pierce, Brenda; Fr Florence Pierce, Roger; Fr Moulton Ponter, Jimie; Fr Falkville Poore, Gail; Jr Haleyville Popejoy, Glenda; Fr Huntsville Porter, Benjamin; Fr Sheffield Porter, Charles; Soph Lexington Posey, Camellia; Jr Jasper Posey, James; Fr Cherokee Powell, Carolyn; Fr Russellville Powell, Lucinda; Fr Huntsville Powell, Patricia; Jr Florence Preston, Cheryl; Soph Moulton Price, Shelia; Soph Decatur Pride, Joe; Fr Tuscumbia Prince, James; Fr Russellville Prince, Judy; Fr Huntsville Prince, Linda; Soph Sheffield Purser, Pat; Fr Huntsville Putnam, Don; Fr FLorence Putnam, Troy; Soph Lexington Oh, just any boy will do. Putnam, Wanda; Fr Florence Quillen, James; Fr Florence Quillen, Jimmy; Fr Cloverdale Quinn, Albert; Soph Huntsville Rainey, Johnny; Jr Bessemer Randolph, Jimmy; Fr Town Creek Raney, Walter; Soph Florence Rankin, Linda; Fr Bridgeport Rawls, Patricia; Soph Sheffield Ray, John; Soph Hamilton Reaves, Carol; Fr Haley ville Rector, Linda; Fr Fernbank Redd, Carol; Fr Huntsville Redden, Billy; Soph Florence Reese, Joseph; Fr Montgomery Reid, Lloyd; Fr Chattanooga, Tenn. Renwick, Joyce; Fr Tuscumbia Reynolds, Wanda; Fr Russellville Rhodes, Donald; Jr Florence Rhodes, William; Fr Sheffield Richards, Frank; Fr Decatur Richards, Roy; Fr Falkville Richardson, Darnell; Fr Leoma, Tenn. Richardson, Eugene; Fr Tuscumbia Richardson, Vernice; Fr Rogersville Richeson, Thomas; Soph Florence Richcreek, Jim; Jr Calumet City, 111. Rickard, Robert; Soph Russellville Ridge, James; Fr Cherokee Rigby, Cherie; Fr Florence W " l IT Confidence . . . the one attribute common to all college freshmen. Rigsby, Henry; Fr Huntsville Risner, Floyd; Soph Florence Roberson, Sandra; Fr Moulton Roberts, Sandra; Fr Haleyville Roberts, Tommy; Fr Florence Roberts, William; Fr Florence Robertson, Rebecca; Fr Huntsville Robertson, Shelby; Soph Vernon Robinson, Estherlene; Fr Florence Roblin, Olivia; Fr Sheffield Roden, Jane; Fr Cullman Rodriguez, Terry; Fr Huntsville Rogers, Elaine; Fr Florence Rogers, Penny; Jr Muscle Shoals Rogers, Rita; Fr Sheffield Rogers, William; Soph Florence Rollins, Judy; Fr Jasper Romer, Elaine; Soph Miami, Fla. Romine, Charlotte; Jr Florence Roop, Vivian; Fr Decatur Roper, William; Fr Garden City Rose, Julian; Fr Athens Rose, Toni; Soph Birmingham Roth, Richard; Fr Redstone Arsenal Rowden, Janis; Fr Decatur Rush, Donna; Fr Carbon Hill Rushing, Jimmy; Soph Bear Creek Russell, Bobby; Fr Cordova Russell, Claud; Soph Hayden Russell, Shirley; Fr Hayden len len __I Rutherford, Mary; Fr Town Creek Rutland, Glen; Soph Tuscumbia Ryan, Cathleen; Soph Decatur Ryan, Marilyn; Soph Florence Salvo, Lania; Fr Huntsville Sams, Pamela; Soph Decatur Sanders, Lynne; Fr Russellville Sansom, Geraldine; Fr Decatur Schaul, Lena; Soph Jacksonville, Fla. Schmidt, David; Fr Florence Schroeder, Donna; Soph Chicago, 111. Schultz, Jerry; Fr Huntsville Schultz, Linda; Fr Decatur Scott, Glenda; Fr Huntsville Scott, Joel; Jr Florence Scott, Phyllis; Fr Belmont, Miss. Searcy, Barbara; Fr Tuscumbia Searcy, Danny; Jr Tuscumbia Seeley, Robert; Jr Punta Gorda, Fla. Seidel, Francis; Fr Huntsville Self, Jerry; Jr Brilliant Sellers, Vickie; Fr Decatur Sergeant, Susie; Fr Oak Ridge, Tenn. Sexton, Barbara; Jr Town Creek Sexton, Melvin; Fr Athens Sexton, Robert; Jr Town Creek Shaddix, Leora; Soph Double Springs Shaneyfelt, Judy; Fr Decatur Sharp, Francis; Fr Somerville Sharp, Larry; Fr Florence Sharp, Margaret; Jr Rogersville Sharp, Robert; Fr Decatur Shavers, James; Fr Scottsboro Shearon, Elizabeth; Soph Sheffield Sheffield, Robert; Fr Town Creek Shelton, James; Fr Huntsville Shelton, Janis; Fr Florence Shelton, Linda; Fr Scottsboro Shepherd, Mary; Fr Berry Sherman, John; Fr Florence Sherrill, Brenda; Fr Decatur Sherrod, Connie; Fr Florence Short, Ann; Fr Tallassee Shoults, Joan; Soph Birmingham Simmons, Ella; Fr Huntsville Simpson, George; Jr Florence Sims, Patricia; Fr Athens Singleton, Philip; Fr Montgomery He ' s going to do what} Right here? Sizemore, Melinda; Fr Sulligent Slaughter, Elwanda; Fr Cullman Sledge, Doug; Jr Sheffield Smith, Barbara; Fr Russellville Smith, Charles; Jr Hamilton Smith, Dwight; Soph Leoma, Tenn. Smith, Glenda; Fr Courtland Smith, Glenn; Fr Tuscumbia Smith, Jo; Fr Mt. Hope Smith, Joyce; Soph Cullman Smith, Kathleen; Soph Florence Smith, Linda; Soph Killen Smith, Margaret; Jr Florence Smith, Martha; Soph Florence Smith, Minerva; Fr Huntsville Smith, Myra; Jr Florence Smith, Phyllis; Soph Stevenson Smith, Roger; Soph Tus cumbia Smith, Shirley; Soph Rossville, Ga. Smith, Steven; Soph Tuscumbia Smith, Suzanne; Fr Fayette Smith, Thomas; Fr. . . Merritt Island, Fla. Smith, Travis; Jr Cherokee Smith, Wanda; Fr Danville Smith, William; Fr Bessemer Smitherman, Sylvia; Fr Sylacauga Snow, Joan; Fr Anniston Snow, Sandy; Jr Oxford Soriano, Shirley; Soph Florence Sorrelle, David; Fr Warrior - Southern, James; Jr Muscle Shoals Sparkman, Ronnie; Jr Hartselle Sparks, John; Fr Muscle Shoals Sparks, Pam; Soph Warrior Spearman, Elizabeth; Fr Florence Speegle, Linda; Fr Crane Hill R Spencer, Paula; Fr Huntsville Springer, Gary; Soph Iron City, Tenn. Springer, Marian; Fr Sheffield Sprouse, Timothy; Jr Florence Squire, Nancy; Fr Huntsville Staggs, Basel; Fr Florence Stalcup, Berry; Jr Phil Campbell Stanfield, Joyce; Fr Florence Stanfield, Sandra; Soph Florence Stanford, Martha; Fr Russellville Stanford, Sara; Fr Florence Steelman, Jerry; Fr Decatur Stephenson, Elton; Soph Decatur Sterling, Patsy; Soph Addison Steverson, Marilyn; Fr Sheffield Stewart, Anna; Fr Florence Stewart, Sherri; Fr Harvest Stiles, Denevia; Fr New Market Stoddard, James; Soph Florence Stoll, Harold; Fr Sheffield JcX ? ' Stonecipher, Susan; Fr Sheffield Stott, Judy; Fr Tuscumbia Stratton, Kathy; Fr Sheffield Stovall, Janet; Jr Decatur Strawbridge, Beverly; Fr Birmingham Sturdivant, Robert; Jr Huntsville Suggs, Larry; Fr Florence Sullins, Burben; Fr Hartselle Sullivan, Anne; Fr Helena, Ark. Summers, Forrest; Soph Huntsville Summers, Wray; Soph Hartselle Swaim, Karon; Soph Huntsville Swanson, Bernard; Jr Huntsville Swinea, Donald; Fr Rogersville Swinea, Ronald; Soph Rogersville IW . Tabereaux, Alton; Jr Muscle Shoals Tanner, Sandra; Fr Muscle Shoals Tatum, Jerry; Fr Waynesboro, Tenn. Taylor, Bobby; Fr Decatur Taylor, Charles; Fr Decatur Taylor, Dean; |r Tuscumbia g m I iiiiii pUMMMMMMPM wj ijLr, Taylor, Freddy; Soph Kennedy Taylor, Mary; Fr Andalusia Taylor, Ned; Soph Florence Tedder, Martha; Fr Haleyville Templin, Robert; Soph Gadsden Terry, Larry; Jr Moulton Terry, Marilyn; Soph Moulton Thomas, Dianna; Fr Huntsville Thomas, Dwight; Soph Haleyville Thomas, Jimmy; Fr Tuscumbia Thomas, Mae; Fr Florence Thomas, Marilyn; Soph Huntsville Thomas, Mary; Soph Birmingham Thomas, Onnie; Fr Vinemont Thomas, Robert; Fr Huntsville Thomas, Wanda; Fr Florence Thompson, Glen; Soph Cherokee Thompson, Kenneth; Soph Huntsville Thompson, Linda; Soph Florence Thompson, Myra; Fr Guin Thompson, Sharron; Fr Detroit Thorn, Wayne; Fr Tuscumbia Thome, Barbara; Fr Florence Thome, Charles; Fr Florence Thornton, Brenda; Fr Russellville Thrasher, Jerry; Jr Red Bay Thrasher, Lavell; Jr Cullman Tidwell, Beverly; Fr Florence Tidwell, Diana; Fr Sheffield Tillery, Jimmy; Soph Florence Tittle, Diana; Fr Tuscumbia Tomlinson, John; Fr Danville Tompkins, Johnny; Fr Russellville Trapp, Gary; Soph Sheffield Trapp, Paulette; Fr Phil Campbell Treadwell, Susan; Fr Fayette Treat, Kathryn; Fr Toney Trimble, Libby; Soph Florence Trimble, Nancy; Soph Cullman Trimm, Joe; Jr Sulligent Truitt, Bobbie; Fr Florence Truitt, Gary; Jr Lexington Truitt, Joyce; Fr Lexington Trussell, Lenora; Fr Seaford, Del. Tubb, Margaret; Fr Sheffield Tucker, Alton; Fr Anderson Tucker, Dorothy; Jr Florence Turberville, Nancy; Jr Cherokee DIXIE! Turner, Becky; Fr Sheffield Turner, Lynne; Soph Huntsville Turner, Shirley; Fr Florence Tyson, Herbert; Soph Taft, Tenn. Uhlman, Martha; Soph Tuscumbia Underwood, David; Fr Sheffield Van Pelt, John; Fr Huntsville Vernon, Sandra; Fr Sheffield Vaughn, William, Fr Madison Vaughn, William R.; Fr Moulton Vest, Frances; Fr Falkville Vick, Janet; Soph Florence Vickers, Jacquelyn; Soph Huntsville Wagar, Suzanne; Jr Decatur Wages, Sandra; Soph Russellville Wagner, Billy; Soph Emmaus, Pa. Wahl, Francine; Soph Decatur Wakefield, Cassie; Fr Haleyville Walker, George; Jr Scottsboro Walker, Willian; Fr Lexington Wallace, Albert; Soph Cherokee Wallace, Alta; Jr Sheffield Wallace, Carole; Fr Muscle Shoals Wallace, Frances; Fr Florence Wallace, Linda; Fr Scottsboro Wallace, Richard; Fr Tuscumbia Waller, Charles; Soph Decatur Waller, Danny; Jr Huntsville Wardlaw, David; Fr Rome, Ga. Ware, Don; Jr Florence diMdii Ware, John; Fr Florence Warren, George; Soph Florence Washburn, Barbra; Fr . Tuscumbia Watkins, Hazel; Fr Birmingham Watson, Jane; Fr Killen Weathers, Charles; Fr Loretto Weaver, George; Fr. . . .Milledgeville, Ga. Webb, James; Soph Russellville Weems, James; Soph Town Creek Weems, Peggy; Soph Florence Weir, Raymond; Jr St. Louis, Mo. Wells, Edward; Fr Spruce Pine Wesson, Margaret; Fr Fayette Westmoreland, Frank; Soph Florence Whisenant, John; Soph Birmingham Whisenant, Wilda; Fr Lacey ' s Spring White, Elizabeth; Fr Florence White, Linda; Soph Florence White, Margaret; Fr Houston White, Patrick; Fr Rogersville White, Sandra; Fr Anderson White, Venita; Fr Hartselle Whitehead, Ouida; Fr Sheffield Wikle, Arthur; Fr Huntsville Williams, Albert; Fr Sheffield Williams, Betty; Soph Birmingham Williams, Donald; Fr Double Springs Williams, Dorothy; Fr Russellville Williams, George; Fr Huntsville Willingham, Connie; Fr Russellville Willingham, Eva; Soph Steele Willingham, Morris; Jr Tuscumbia Willis, Pamela; Fr Foley Willis, Sara; Soph Russellville Willis, Walter; Jr Florence Willoughby, Maria; Fr Crane Hill Wilmot, Judy; Fr Sheffield Wilson, Helen; Fr Russellville Wilson, James; Fr Florence Wilson, James E.; Soph Florence Wilson, Martha; Soph Lacey ' s Spring Wilson, Robert; Soph Decatur Wilson, Sharon; Soph Guin Winchester, John; Jr Red Bay Windham, Nelda; Soph Nauvoo Winfield, William; Fr Birmingham Winter, Donnie; Soph Florence Wood, Kay; Fr Florence wmt mai magmL 1 thought I saw a pussycat . . Woodall, Mary; Jr Hartselle Worlund, Carmelita; Soph New Market Worley, Patsy; Fr Tuscumbia Wright, Barbara; Soph Sheffield Wright, Gale; Fr Florence Wright, Judy; Fr Huntsville Wright, Judy; Jr Florence Wright, Martha; Fr Lexington Wright, Ronald; Fr Loretto Yarbrough, Barbara Cherokee Yarbrough, Ronald; Fr Sheffield Young, Judy; Fr Florence Young, Linda; Fr Florence Young, Sanford; Jr Tuscumbia Youngblood, Jayonn; Fr Decatur Zahnd, Philip; Fr Florence Lauderdale, Marshall; Jr Moulton Sanford, Linda; Fr Jasper 133 ai HmmjmM ! :smm-immmim--es THE ORGANIZATIONS h Fre- M STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Row One, Left to Right: Carolyn Price, Judy McKee, Randy Key, Treasurer, Diana Fowler, Secretary, Larry Belue, President, Bob Sexton, Vice President, Mary Masterson, Wanda Kennedy, Barbara Palmer. Row Two: Linda White, Libby Trimble, Suzanne Wagar, Janet Vick, Kay Grice, Myra Chikoat, Venita White. Row Three: Kenneth Thompson, Bob Paulson, Charles Echols, Tim Sprouse, Marshell Motes, Jerry Cole, Jerry Self. Not pictured: George Stewart. Florence State College ' s Student Government Associ- ation has shown able leadership in past years, and in the 1965-66 school year it was no exception. The organization coordinated student-faculty relationship. The Association is composed of the Executive officers, advisors, and repre- sentatives from the dormitories, villages, classes and day students. The Council handles cheerleader election, oper- ates the book exchange, charters buses to football games and sponsors dances and numerous other activities. The Council is in a position to interpret the wishes of all the component parts of the student body. SGA OFFICERS 136 " " BMafer-MWariY- The Women ' s Student Government Association is an organization of every woman student on campus. Repre- sentatives are chosen to act as an advisory board to the Dean of Women on matters of welfare of the women students. The purpose of the WSGA is to encourage a sense of indi- vidual responsibilities and to further a spirit of unity among the women students. The WSGA publishes " Co-Etiquette, " a handbook for all freshman girls, sponsors Charm Week, Sadie Hawkins Week, and the Co-Ed Ball. Row One, Left to Right: Geraldine Anderson, Frances Haney, Treasurer, Freda Parker, Town Representative, Brenda Alexander, Vice President, Car- olyn Price, President, Pat Chandler, Secretary, Helen Franks, Social Chair- man, Sherri Stewart. Row Two: Nancy Turberville, Amanda Bloss, Diane Ponter, Dorothy Hester, Becky Robertson, Janie Montgomery, Linda Prince, Lindia Carpenter. Row Three: Barbara Anderson, Myra Chilcoat, Paula Bailey, Mary Jane Proctor, Jeannette Byrd, Sue Montgomery, Linda V. Jackson, Amy Rea. WOMEN ' S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 37 iu.wi ' m INTER-PRESIDENTS ' COUNCIL Row One, Left to Right: Sandra Terry, Carolyn Masterson, Linda V. Jack- son, Reporter, Stan Cataldo, Vice President, Shirel Grimmett, President, Linda Cornelius, Secretary-Treasurer, Carolyn Price, Amanda Bloss. Row Two: Janice Huckaby, Nancy Turberville, Barbara Sexton, Sandra North- cutt, Carole Davis, Sherri Stewart, Dottie Hester, Beverly Forbes, Ernie Blasingame, Paul Holley. Row Three: Jim Richcreek, Melvin Brown, Larry Belue, Steve Gordon, James Ed Champion, William E. Grimwood, Harold Darby, Butch Emmons, Lavell Thrasher. Row Four: Julian Nichols, Dean A. Evans, Skip Theiss, Jimmy Foulks, Carl Mathis, Dee Gilbert, Paul Smith, Richard Olive, Wayne Lamon, James Frederick. The Inter-Presidents ' Council consists of Presidents of all the clubs and organizations on campus, who work together to maintain better relations among all groups on Florence State ' s campus. Each year the Council sponsors Recognition Day, when outstanding members of all clubs are honored. In August the Council heads the annual Leadership Retreat where campus leaders meet and discuss school problems and activities before fall term begins. 138 : 8)B - (Bi8Se -! S: Carl Mathis Janet Vick Ktiurai ' THE DIORAMA 1965-66 EXECUTIVE STAFF CARL J. MATHIS Executive Editor ROBERT (BUDDY) KEENUM Business Manager JANET VICK Associate Editor Buddy Keenum 139 Rusty Cone Photographer Duane Phillips Chief Photographer James Battcher Military Editor t In m Dudley Benson Sports Co-Editor THE FLOR-ALA STUDENT NEWSPAPER As the student publication of Florence State, the Flor- Ala has the responsibility of informing, influencing, enter- taining, and in general, serving the students of the college. Its news columns carry stories that originate on campus or have bearing on college students. Influencing, and in turn, being influenced by students, is the purpose of the editorial page and the letters-to-the editor section. To entertain is the third mission. This is accomplished by reporting the human interest and humorous articles that give spice and life to any newspaper. In addition to these duties, the Flor-Ala annually sponsors the election of Mr. and Miss Florence State and handles selection to the college ' s Hall of Fame. Julian Nichols Editor " N HMIWMfc ?. ' . Mike Lee Sports Editor STAFF Donna Worley Nancy Nason Johnny Tompkins Janice Gafford 142 imnmnraiirmYi f " H ' Bpfc w Ak " ' r9 " kSv y 1 . 1 t H _ ; . L 1 H h s. Penny Rogers Associate Editor my .- - m , ' --is. " ' ...1 f m ShAX IBbb S r . - .-1 ,0 . . 1 " - . . i . if ' " ' j - " ' C i BB| Hku lRJ U ... Stanely Cataldo Photographer Jerry Raney Business Manager ! L 143 m UNDERCLASS LEADERS JUNIOR OFFICERS Myra Chilcoat SGA Representative Janice Cox Reporter Butch Emmons President Janet Stovall Treasurer Larry Green Vice President Barbara Yarbrough Secretary SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Libby Trimble Treasurer Janet Vice Secretary Linda White SGA Representative Rose Ann McCorkle Vice President Ernie Blasingame President M dent Chemi is com] I FRESHMAN OFFICERS Tommy McNeil President Rick Rickard Vice President Barbara Johnson Secretary Charles Echols Treasurer iS AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Members of the American Chemical Society are stu- dent affiliates of the national organization, the American Chemical Society. The membership of the student chapter is composed of chemistry majors and minors. Row One, Left to Right: Donald Lindsey, Beth Tomlinson, Dennis Mc- Means, Janice Cox, Secretary, Harold Jeffreys, Vice President, Hugh Huff- man, President, Karl E. Urbanski, Publicity Chairman, C. F. Huff, Vondalyn Jones, Alton T. Tabereaux. Row Two: Randy Key, Bobbie Wright, George Walker, Carolyn Whisenant, John Davidson, Celestine Metcalf, Jerry M. Driver, Mary Anderson, Larry McGee. Row Three: David Carroll, Gerald Franks, Jerry Mitchell, Harold Darby, Lynita Caudill, Joe Trimm, Jerry Green, Don Ware. Row Four: James Boyett, Elton Grisham, Ricky Cook, Clyde Simpson, Edwanda Oakes, David McGee, Ronald Fisher, John Glasscock. 145 4IC Row One, Left to Right: Travis Smith, Don Chenault, Freda Parker, Russell West, Treasurer, Paul Holley, President, W. H. Thompson, Jr., Secretary, L. L. Dittman, Sponsor, Jerry Raney, William E. Hearn. Row Two: James White, Bob Mangum, Shearl Denson, Mitchell Hughes, Trpy Putman, Gary Truitt, Larry Belue, Elly F.Johnson. Row Three: Bill Rogers, Allen Littrell, Don Sutton, John Glasscock, Joel Barnett, Bill Moss, Larry Grissom, Johnny Rainey, James Gaskin. Row Four: H. Jerry Holland, Charles Hughen, Phillip Williams. M I ALPHA CHI Alpha Chi, an accounting club, is open to students taking advanced accounting courses who have a scholastic average of " C " . The purpose of Alpha Chi is to promote the general welfare of the Department of Accounting, to acquaint accounting students with their future duties and obliga- tions, to develop and establish in the minds of the members of this society a personal feeling of high ethical standards, to make use of available resources, and to provide oppor- tunities for social and educational growth. All members are associate members of the American Accounting Association and receive the Accounting Review published by AAA. 146 H iHmswffimi ft AWC ' s slumber party was a success. Row One, Left to Right: Linda Young, Margaret White, Pat Abernathy, Treasurer, Paulette Smith, Secretary, Freda Parker, Vice President, Amanda Bloss, President, Janet Vick, Social Chairman, Carol Cook, WSGA Repre- sentative, Janie Montgomery, WSGA Representative, Peggy Weems, WSGA Representative, Karla Bowlin. Row Two: Pat McGee, Sandra Tanner, Janet Johnson, Diana Watkins, Darlene Moseley, Kay Gaither, Charlotte Romine, Adrianne Bradford, Judy Young, Kay Grice, Susan Hand. Row Three: Nancy Nason, Bobbie Wright, Nell Alldredge, Brenda Thorn- ton, Wanda Reynolds, Vicky Jo Bishop, Barbara Thome, Teresa Taylor, Dianne McKee, Judy Jordan, Beulah Dillard, Carol Tedder, Mary Master- ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN COMMUTERS AWC prepares baskets for needy families. 47 PHPHrPUM m STUDENT UNION BOARD Row One, Left to Right: Sandra Key, Gail Williams, Becky Mann, Paul Smith, President, Rose Ann McCorkle, Paula Bailey, Lynne Turner. Row Two: Robert A. Shearer, Union Director, Sharon Maddux, Dwight Cagle, Buddy Keenum, Mary Buttram, Mickey Vest. The Student Union Board is given the responsibility for carrying out a well-rounded program of activities of interest to all students. The SUB sponsors art shows and concerts as well as maintaining the games and other equipment found in the Student Union. " The Lettermen, " SUB fall concert. Students wile away many hours in " the SUB. ' 148 One of the many past-game dances sponsored by the Student Union Board. ' . ..L,U.,N , .,-.W ALUMNI OFFICERS 1965-66 r Mr. David Brown President Mr. Donald Parker Vice President Mrs. Kay Rickard Secretary 149 CIRCLE K CLUB " WE BUILD ' ft Row One, Left to Right: Mike Lee, Elly Johnson, Dwight Cagle, Butch Em- mons, Secretary, Shirel Grimmett, President, Pam Thornton, Sweetheart, Paul Smith, Vice President, Dennis Bryant, Treasurer, Dean Able E. DeWitt, Wells Johnston, Bill Parks. Row Two: Pete Busby, Joe Reese, Frank Richards, Ray Walker, Bryan Black, Freddy Taylor, Stanley Cataldo. Row Three: Steve Chenault, Rick Richter, Tommy McNeill, Conrad Theiss, Randy Key, Ray Collins, Bob Parks, Chuck Adams. Rou Four: James Cham- pion, Tim Sprouse, Wendell Knight, Rick Jones, Carl Mathis, Buddy Keenum, Danny Waller, Brad Sasser. The Circle K Club, one of the largest collegiate organ- izations in the world, is sponsored by Kiwanis International and is a service and character building organization. The local chapter was organized in April of 1958. The club emphasizes service to the school and the community. As in Kiwanis, the Circle K is " We Build. " Some of the club ' s projects during the 1965-66 school year included Leo the Lion, who appeared at the football games and Kiwa nis Pancake Day. As a project of its own, the club sponsors the Faculty-Student basketball game. Membership in the Circle K is limited according to the enrollment of the school for the purpose of effective- ness in service. Its purposes and objectives are the emphasis of the advantages of the American way of life, to provide an opportunity for leadership training, to serve the campus and community, to encourage participation in group activities, to promote good fellowship, high scholarship, and afford useful training in the social graces and person- ality development. Dm %ht 50 viflsr-- Miss Pam Thornton, Club Sweetheart CLUB OFFICERS: Dennis Bryant, Treasurer, Paul Smith, Vice President, Shirel Grimmett, President, Butch Emmons, Secretary. New members are welcomed at the fall smoker. " Lil Abner " captures second place in Homecoming competition. Circle K builds " Lil Abner. " 151 CIVINETTES " BUILDERS OF GOOD CITIZENSHIP " Row One, Left to Right: Linda Lou Brewer, Yvonne Lawrimore, Treasurer, Ruth Blankenship, Vice President, Carolyn Burns, President, Geraldine Ramsey, Secretary, Eleanor Blankenship, Reporter, Donna Sue Schweder. Row Two: Janet Bruton, Marilyn Halley, Mrs. A. H. Timmons, Advisor. Peggy McCrory, Patsy Sterling, Betty Hardin. l.r h Gr M n I The Collegiate Civinette Club of Florence State is primarily a service organization. Some of the club ' s proj- ects during the school year included sponsoring the March of Dimes Drive for the campus, helping the Collegiate Civitans with Christmas party for under-privileged children, and entering a float in the 1965 Homecoming Parade. Our club is the only women ' s service organization on campus and is the first Civinette Club chartered in Alabama. Civinettes prepare Christmas pack- ages for needy families. 152 ? : :?wm- wwm f - ! COLLEGIATE CIVITAN CLUB Kathryn Thompson, Civitan Sweetheart Row One, Left to Right: M. R. Carrington, Faculty Sponsor, David Sarrelle, Johnny Rainey, Secretary, Jerry Raney, Treasurer, Wayne Lamon, Vice President, Bruce Jordan. Row Two: Leonard Wigon, Faculty Sponsor, Gordon Green, Ted Holioway, Russell West, Paul Holley. Row Three: Charles Waller, Kenneth Motes, Bill Simms, Gene Hamilton, Barry Goree, Carl- ton Bryan. CIVITAN OFFICERS: Jerry Raney, Treasurer, Allen Smith, President, Berry Martin, Wayne Lamon, Vice President, Johnny Rainey, Secretary. Florence State ' s Collegiate Civitan is a service organiza- tion which attempts to accomplish the objective of Civitan Builders of Good Citizenship in rendering altruistic service and helping to build a better community. The club promotes good fellowship and high scholarship, serves on the campus as well as in the community, provides opportunities for leadership training through service and encourages the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relation- ships. 153 ENGLISH CLUB B The English Club is open to all majors and minors in English and was organized in 1954. Row One, Left to Right: Amanda Bloss, Wanda Kennedy, Pat Chandler, Beverly Jean Andres, Brenda Parker, Secretary-Treas- urer, Sandra Ann Terry, President, Janice Huckaby, Vice President, Kathy Daniel, Gail Gilbreath. Row Two: Irene Page, Marilyn Thomas, Sharon Maddux, Margaret Nichols, Stanley Rosenbaum, Sponsor, Jeannette Byrd, Barbara Monroe, Brenda Commer, Elaine Crossley, Evelyn Allen, Bett Jolliff. Row One, Left to Right: Jane Bendall, Yvonne Lawrimore, Treasurer, Glennis Taylor, Historian, Margaret Smith, Vice President, Judy Patterson, President, Vondalyn Jones, Secretary, Linda Bostdorf, Reporter, Mrs. Florine Rasch, Faculty Sponsor, Carolyn Cummings, Hazel Bevill. Row Two: Mary Ann Britton, Linda Aston, Patricia Millican, Jane Tucker, Marilyn Osborne, Carolyn Daniel, Genell Lindsey, Tommie Jo Cooper, Wynell Williams. Row Three: Nancy Childers, Martha Lindsey, Martha Uhlman, Carolyn Haraway. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Mary Willis Huff Home Economics Club was established in 1948 for the promo- tion of interest in home economics as a profes- sion and in improved practice in homemaking and everyday living. It is open to all home eco- nomics majors and mi- nors. 154 I 1 xero-E awtijuigiw:- BETA BETA BETA Row One, Left to Right: Carol Kennamer, Margaret Furman, Mary Jones, Vice President, Mr. Paul Yokeley, Sponsor and Treasurer, Elwanda Oakes, Secretary, Penny Rogers, Evelyn Allen, Toni Rose. Row Two: Carolyn Price, Lynita Caudill, Linda Grisso, Linda Proffitt, Beverly Clement, Linda Jack- son, Anne Hagan. Row Three: Frank Dudley Hamilton, Butch Stearns, Randy Key. Not pictured: Bob Gilbert, President, Dianne Jackson, His- torian, Helen Kerr, Brenda Thacker, Brenda Wynn, Joyce Smith, Linda Lindsey, Judy Humphries, Robby Swinney. ill Beta Beta Beta is an honorary society for students of biological sciences. Its objectives are to promote superior scholarship and to encourage interest in and appreciation of the biological sciences. f] i 155 HHH CONSERVATION CLUB (Mi m Row One, Left to Right: Gary Bass, Barry Wood, Roger Hammond, Treas- urer, Jerry R. King, Secretary, Leland Dishman, President, Dwight Glaze, Vice President, William Matseas, Harry Holloway, Stanley Cataldo. Row Two: Mary Jones, Geraldine Anderson, Cheryl Preston, Mare Martin, Dr. A. L. Hershey, Sponsor, Congressman Robert (Bob) Jones, Barbara Harrison, Beverly Clement, Evelyn Allen, Margaret Furman, Carol Ken- namer. Row Three: Russell West, Bobby Richard, Larry Nevels, Francis L. Andrews, Jimmy Roberts, Jimmy C. Johnson, Ronnie Sparkman, Randy Key, Jackie Burrow, Robby Swinney, Jerry H. Holland. Row Four: Gordon Green, Gerald Hester, Leverette Blankenship, Jimmy Dutton, James Battcher, Ronald Fischer, Delano Beene, James L. Cooper, Harold Moore, Charles Aldridge, William R. Marks. I 156 SSSB SMSiQaMBS " - ' ' 1 ! The Conservation Club is an organization open to all students who are interested in conservation and the out-of-doors. Its main purpose is to further interest in conservation of wildlife and other natural resources and to promote the principles of good sportsman- ship. Club officers display two of the club ' s awards for outstanding work in the field of wildlife conservation. S-? - The Conservation Club presents reptile exhibitions at many Shoals area schools. Among the many snakes in the Conservation Club ' s collection is this timber rattler. 157 -r KAPPA PI Kappa Pi is an hon- orary fraternity for Art majors and minors. Row One, Left to Right: George Waltershausen, Hilda Mitchell, Laurel Sewell, Jim Richcreek, Frances Haney, Myrt Ward, Morte Smith. Row One, Left to Right: Mary W. Huff, sponsor, Kay Grice, Sandra Northcut, President, Jean Buffler, Martha Bowen, Jane O. Mcllrath, Patroness. Row Two: Carol Bonner, Peggy Murphy, Patsy Bynum.Jane Tucker, Judy Patterson. KAPPA OMICRON PHI The Beta Beta Chap- ter of Kappa Omicron Phi is a professional hon- orary fraternity for home economics majors and minors. Membership is by invitation after a required number of courses in Home Eco- nomics have been taken and a required scholastic ratio achieved. 158 fmmm) -tritin- -ti lO Row One, Left to Right: Mrs. Celia Wilson, Sponsor, Sandra Northcutt, Vice President, Charles Watkins, President, Carol Bonner, Secretary-Treas- urer, Doryce Levi, Nancy Martin. Row Two: Celestine Netcalf, Dean Taylor, Faye Grimwood, Mary Frances Woodall, Patricia Powell, Frances W. Doo- little. Row Three: Cecilia Holt, Frances Haney, Barbara Sexton, Jane Mc- Clanahan, Jane Tucker, Bob Sexton. Not pictured: Exie Higginbotham, Doris Howell, Dean Evans, Betty Montgomery, Dee Patterson, Linda Grisso. KAPPA DELTA PI The Epsilon Psi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, a national scholar- ship fraternity, honors students of the Junior and Senior classes who have demonstrated sound scholarship and who intend to be- come teachers. i 159 I s I |M KAPPA MU EPSILON Row One, Left to Right: Larry K. Green, Celestine Metcalf, Historian, Mar- jory Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer, Harold Darby, President, Bettye Bergin, Vice President, Janice Cox, Reporter. Neil Daugherty. Row Two: Betty Mont- gomery, Frances Haney, Hugh Huffman, Patricia Powell, Norman Cooper, Cecilia Holt, Sandra Martin. Row Three: John Finles, Jr., Jean Parker, Wil- liam Graham, Elizabeth Wooldridge, John Locker, Mary R. Hudson, Linda Lindsey. Not pictured: Mrs. Gayle Kent, Mrs. Sara Smith, Rayburn Selvage. Tl byDr anysru The Alabama Beta Chapter of Kappa Mu Epsilon, a professional mathematics fraternity established in 1935, recognizes honor students in mathematics and provides professional stimulation to its members. i 160 it In u i?w 0f, Lf o K ' ,g ! ;: Jackie Vickers, Walter Urben, Faculty Advisor, Jo Phillips, Secretary-Treasurer, Roberta Germain, President, Jerry Cole, Vice President, Sandra McPherson. Row Two: G. R. David, Sharon Erwin, Lavell Thrasher, Steve Gordon, Mary Dodgen, James Ed Champion. Not pictured: Jeannie Jordon, Donald Kennedy, Randy Wells. MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION The Student Mental Health Association is sponsored by Dr. Way. The Mental Health Association is open to any student in mental health and related fields. MUSIC EDUCATORS CLUB The Music Educators Club is open to all majors in Music Education. Row One, Left to Right: Joan Shoults, Susan Baughn, William C. Grimwood, Secretary-Treasurer, Lula Way, Sponsor, Ann Simmons, Vice President, Jim- my Foulks, President, Martha Johnston. Row Two: Frances Davies, Mary Dean Boling, Celestine Metcalf, Melvin Brown, Beulah Dillard, Margaret Lewis. 161 SIGMA ALPHA MU The management club, Sigma Alpha Mu, was organized in 1964 and is open to all business majors and minors. Row One, Left to Right: Hollie Allen, sponsor, Linda Smith, Jerry Raney, Sharon Bennett, Paul Holley, Vice President, Wayne Lamon, President, Benny F. Spann, Treasurer. Row Two: Barbara Wright, Gary Billions, Kerry Moore, Billy Moore, Brenda Parker, Jerry L. Holland, Diana Fow- ler. Row Three: Albert E. Williams, Don Patton, Robert Walker, Larry Nevels, Curtis L. Morris, George A. Steward, Bonnie Vinson. Not pictured: Judy Wright, Secretary. h Da s SSWBB-SaWMBMB ' fifkfk. Row One, Left to Right: Linda Tedder, Kay Jamen, Judy Marshall, Mary Masterson, Reporter, Brenda Parker, Treasurer, Diana Fowler, Vice President, Carolyn Masterson, President, Jane Wilson, Wanda Kennedy, Sharon Maddux. Row Two: Gene Hamilton, Linda Murdock, Pat Crews, Anita Dean, Wanda Putnam, Wanda Freeman, Cheryl Preston, Brenda Carroll, Jane Davis, Marjorie Mance, Kay Mason, Inell Knight, Sponsor, Wayne Lamon. Row Three: Beulah Dillard, Edith Hollman, Carolyn Dewberry, Paulette Trapp, Connie Willingham, William T. Harbin, Connie Clay, Gail Gilbreath, Pat Chandler, Benny F. Spann. Row Pour: Barbara Wright. Pam Sparks, Sandra Rochelle, Cathy Ryan, Rose Ann McCorkle, Ruth Blankenship, Bob Strange, Jeanette McMeans. Row Five: Ronald Belew, Jerry Gilbert, Dwight Cagle, Buddy Keenum, Bill Simms, Dwight Thomas. One of the largest clubs on campus, Sigma Tau Pi is open to all Business majors and minors. SIGMA TAU PI 163 wmmmmmmmm " CV? F " CLUB sn Row One, Left to Right: Bryan Black, Lester Dawson, Coach Gibbens. Row Two: Lewis Dyer, Larry Nevels, Don Cornelius, Johnny Bailey, Kenneth Townley, Bob Seeley, Ricky Lindsey, Randy Key, George Per- kins. Row Three: Wayne Thorn, Jim Roberts, Bill Pike, Jerry Daily, Mike Dennis, Paul Fowler, Skip Theiss. The " F " Club is an honorary organization for the pro- motion of intramural and intercollegiate athletes and sportsmanship in the student body. Membership is re- stricted to students earning varsity letters. 164 ' WMns . inj.i tiwW ' " nata SIGMA SIGMA KAPPA Sigma Sigma Kappa is an organization for majors and minors in the social sciences. Row One, Left to Right: Bett Jolliff, Patsy Sterling, Marie Mayfield, Treasurer, Paul Shelton, Vice President, William E. Grimwood, President, Martha Barton, Secretary, Virginia Bodley, Publicity Chairman, Amanda Bloss. Row Two: Lee Tindol, Martha Carter, Mary G. Landers, Sue Montgomery, Kathy Daniel, Brenda Conner, Barbara Palmer. Row Three: Dean A. Evans, Gilbert Osborn, Dr. Earl McGee, Advisor, Bob Sexton, William Peck. Row One, Left to Right: Sharon Hester, Recording Secretary-Treasurer, Dean A. Evans, President, Lenda Beard, Vice President. Row Two: Geraldine Anderson, Sarah Hunnicutt, Irene Page, Florence Hester, Mrs. Charles Cooper, Sponsor. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is open to all students interested in Spanish. 165 H PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB The Physical Educa- tion Club is open to all students who plan to major in physical educa- tion and is designed to promote professional in- terest and growth. REPl Ik fan ( State C izioon princip tivego ' vides i the dm practici cation the Ala alYoi Federal Row One, Left to Right: Beverly Hice, Dianne Campbell, Bob Seeley, Treasurer, Florence Hester, Vice President, Jane Aldridge, Reporter, Claud D. Russell, Mary Ann Bond, Helen Matthews, Faculty Advisor, Row Two: Howie Lyons, James Battcher, James Cantrell, Patsy Denson, Jim Parker, Shirel Grimmett, Jerry Wallace. Seated, Left to Right: Sherrie Parrish, George H. DeBoer, Faculty Sponsor, Joy Jolly. Standing: Richard Conwill, Bob Parks, Jimmy Tillery. Not pictured: Bill Reed, President. hit YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB The Young Demo- crats are open to any student who is interested in the Democratic Party and provides members to put their political be- liefs into practice. 166 . ' s :?--3BB?B-SWaB W l W W a .- VJ YOUNG REPUBLICANS The Young Repub- lican Club of Florence State College is an organ- ization dedicated to the principles of conserva- tive government and pro- vides its members with the means of getting a practical political edu- cation. It is affiliated with the Alabama and Nation- al Young Republican Federation. Row One, Left to Right: C. Gaisser, Faculty Sponsor, Richard Olive, President, Loyd Barron, Vice President, Jack D. Dale. Row Two: Shearl Denson, Jerry Driver, Kerry Cleghorn. Row One, Left to Right: Carlton Bryan, David Lashley, Stan Cataldo, President, Jack Van Pelt. Row Two: O ' Ryan Rickard, Rick Richter, Gordon Green, Behrouz Djazaeri. Row Three: Tim Sprouse, Jackie Ferguson. USHERS CLUB Members of the Ush- ers Club usher at com- munity and college programs. Membership is by invitation. 167 ffl THE REHEARSAL CLUB " BECKET " IN MEMORIAM RONALD and ELAINE PRESLEY 168 THE REHEARSAL CLUB " SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER " ALPHA EPSILON OF ALPHA BETA ALPHA Alpha Epsilon is a chapter of Alpha Beta Alpha, national under- graduate library science fraternity. Its purpose is to further professional knowledge and to pro- mote fellowship among its members. Row One, Left to Right: Carole Davis, President, Barbara Fox, Sandra Key, Myra Chilcoat, Becky Mann. Row Two: Melba Hol- land, Charlotte Derrick, Mrs. Nora Allen, Priscilla Comer, Mrs. Dean Taylor, Shelby Kennedy, Ann Holland. Row Three: Miss Fannie Schmitt, Sponsor, Donna Rush, Patricia Allen, Judy Stott, Dru Sharp, Mrs. Doris Howell, Susan Hand, Joanne Nayle, Hazel Humphries, Amy Rea, Sue Johnson, Mrs. Lucille Barnes. Row Four: Martha Calvert, Mrs. Sue Coffield, Mrs. Elaine Faulk, Secretary, Francine Wahl, Vice President, Mrs. Karen Marbett, Treasurer, Suzzanne Wager, Marie Mayfield, Mrs. Exic Higginbotham. HONOR SOCIETY The Honor Society of FSC was organized in 1961. The principal pur- poses of this society are to encourage and honor sound scholarship, to recognize good char- acter, and to stress the obligation which the scholar owes to society. 170 1 The Student Alabama Education Association, formerly FTA, is an organization affiliated with the Alabama Edu- cation Association. It is designed to promote interest in the teaching profession and is open to all stude nts who plan to teach. 171 FLORENCE STATE COLLEGE CHOIR Raffaele D. Catanzariti, Director CHOIR PERSONNEL Karen Acree, Cathryn Alexander, Rebekah Alexander, Bettye Bailey, Jerry Balentine, Sara Barber, Donna Bass, Anne Bedingfiled, Mary Bond, Sylvia Briscoe, Franklin Brown, James Borwn, Annalie Butler, Marvin Buttram, Camellia Cash, Diane Cohen, Jerry Cole, P. A. Connaly, Diane Diggle, Sharon Erwin, William Esslinger, Linda Faiss, Benjamin Fouts, Lester Frawley, Tommy Garrigan, Roberta Germain, Robert Gilbert, Janes Gilliland, Steve Gordon, Pamela Cuiou, Tommy Hamilton, Bonnie Hansen, Robert Head, Jerry Holland, Kathryn Horton, Billy Hovater, Sarah Howard, Sydney Huff, Betty Ingle, Joan James, Patsy Johnson, Doandl Kennedy, Daphne Ketteringham, Carolyn Key, Daniel Kicker, Mary Kay Killen, Ina Killings worth, Gail Marshall, Mary McCarley, Freda McCullough, Barbara McFarlen, Martha McGuyer, David Mehlberg, Edward Millet, Paula Mitzner, Sylvia Monroe, Sharyn Mooney, Helen Morgan, Patricia Morrow, Carolyn Motes, Greer Murray, Laura Nail, Patricia Pagano, Sherrie Parrish, Patsy Patton, Mickey Pennington, Josie Phillips, Lucinda Powell, Steve Putnam, V. L. Richardson, Beverly Robin- son, Mary Anna Rodgers, Janis Rowden, Shirley Russell, Ella Simmons, Jo Smith, Sylvia Smith, Hamilton Snow, Marilyn Steele, Anna Stewart, Mary Taylor, Libby Trimble, Michael Vest, Larry Waddell, George Weaver, James Weems, Nancy Weeks, Linda White, Margaret White, Maria Willoughby, Judith Young, Dennis Boston. The purpose of the choir is to become acquainted with the various forms of musical literature from the classical to the modern, with special emphasis placed upon choral music through the use of selections from operas, oratories, and the shorter works. The choir is outstanding in its presentations. They pre- sent a concert each semester and also perform at the grad- uation exercises. Membership is open to any student who has the ability and desire to sing. Under direction of Mr. Catanzariti, the Seventy-four Voice Choir has assumed a new height of performance. Plans are being made for the Choir ' s first spring tour. 172 " :-;i ' - : St?SW r!3:; :.v!)Bw:-P ' , mmHIBj5 - 8 COLLEGIATE SINGERS Row One, Left to Right: Sylvia Briscoe, Martha McGuyer, Ann Rogers, Sue Morrow, Sherrie Parish, Ann Bedingfield, Sylvia Monroe, Merle Duff, Betty Ingle, Mary Ann Bond. Row Two: Gail Marshall, Ann Simmons, Laura Nail, Libby Trimble, Roberta Germain, Nancy Weeks, Jo Phillips, Maria Willoughby, Linda White. Row Three: Sharon Erwin, Helen Morgan, Lanee Richardson, Jan Killingsworth, Diane Diggle, Daphne Kettering- ham, Joan James, Sharon Mooney. Row Four: Jerry Cole, Don Kennedy, Dan Kicker, Mickey Vest, Bob Gilbert, Sanda Snow, Tom Esslinger. Row Five: Bob Head, Larry Waddell, Steve Putnam, Mac Battram, Fred Frawley, Ben Fours, Steve Gordon, Tom Carringan, Billy Hovater.Tom Hamil- ton. At three a minute, I should finish about two days before graduation. I wonder if 1 should have been a Home Ec major? I hope Johann does- n ' t find out . . . 173 r FLORENCE STATE COLLEGE BAND THE MARCHING BAND WITH THE SYMPHONIC SOUND " P Da IK In Jl f t Jhj. J 1 Jf $ TT. . Til. 174 The Florence State College Band is an organization that presents excellent oppor- tunities for the instrumentalist to receive further maturing of his musical interests. The band, under the direction of Ken W. Large, is recognized for their progressive precision drilling, including an innovation this year of the diagonal marching technique from intricate formation. This drill fascinated fans at football games, both at home and away. Featured in many parades, the band plays for many on and off campus events. Among these was the Homecoming Parade, and various other playing and drilling activities. Spring finds the Symphonic Concert Band in full swing. A concer t tour climaxes the band ' s musical year. mttmmtmmmmi i stmi BAND COUNCIL Jeanie Jordon Sophomore Representative Jerry Cole Junior Representative Lavell Thrasher President Dan Havely Drum Major Mike Weathers Freshman Representative Steve Gordon Senior Representative BAND PERSONNEL Richard Aldridge, Larry Andrews, Roger Becks, Edwin Black, Carol Brooks, James Champion, Gerald Childress, Ausie Clement, Jerry Cole, Bill Counce, Rebecca Cowart, George Cudabac, G R. Davis, John Dumire, Donna Fortenberry, Nancy Gammon, Linda Godsey, Steve Gordon, Bob Grant, Jerry Grantland, Dan Havely, Paul Hill, Leassia Howell, Wayne Johnson, Jeannie Jordon, John Landers, David Lashley, Sue Lee, Brenda Letson, Marlene Little, Evan Long, Shirley Masters, Sandra Matthews, George McGee, Kendrick McGee, Sandra McPherson, Sue Montgomery, Marjorie Montgomery, Jerrell Newby, Marilyn Osborne, Dane Perry, Shiela Price, Don Putnam, Carol Reaves, John Richard, Vicki Roop, Cathy Ryan, Bob Sanders, Richard Scott, Leora Shaddix, George Simpson, Kay Sitter, Bill Slayton, Charles Smith, Hugh Snow, James Southern, Jeannie Springer, Doug Summers, Carol Tedder, Lavell Thrasher, Jackie Vicers, David Wade, Jane Watson, Mike Weathers, Randy Wells, Mike Weston, Alan Willis, Ken Williams, Linda Hovater, Patsy Lawler. Color Guard: Tom Beavert, Ken Motes, Charles Waller, John Whisenant. Mr. Kenneth W. Large, Director. 175 mm ' im ' DAN HAVELY DRUM MAJOR MARILYN OSBORNE HEAD MAJORETTE 176 mmammmEsmmu m MAJORETTES Patsy Lawler Kay Sitter Donna Fortenberry Jeannie Springer 77 S H CADET OFFICERS CORPS Row One, Left to Right: Capt. Smith, Advisor, Dawson, Frederick, Glenn, Foster, Trapp, Crimwood. Row Two: Wallace, Edmondson, Hester, Noles, Busby, Vinson, Borwn, Strange, Pate, Crow, Overton, Behel, Templin, Delano, Mitchell. Row Three: Mingus, Hampton, Cooper, Bryant, Goree, Smith, Grisham, Darnell, Rhodes, Raney, Darby, Edwards. Row Four: Hodges, Green, Lamon, Smith, Blackwell, Stearns, Bolton, Roberts, Mathis, Battcher, Ingle, King, Delones, Gilbert. The Cadet Officers Corps is a military fraternity with membership restricted to students in Advanced ROTC. Their purpose is to promote unity among the entire ROTC Corps and foster worthwhile student activities. The Cadet Officers Corps composed of juniors and seniors is one of the most active organizations at Florence State. Each year they sponsor a float in the homecoming parade, the Red Cross Bloodmobile, the ROTC open house, and the Fall and Spring Military Ball. Not only are they busy with these activities, but they also assist in numerous ways when called upon by other campus organizations. 178 The Pershing Rifles is a military fraternity dedicated to the service of the institution as well as the development of the individual members. The purpose of the organization is to encourage, preserve and develop the highest ideals of the military profession, to promote American Citizen- ship, and to provide appropriate recognition of a high de- gree of military and academic ability among the members oftheROTC. The Pershing Rifles participate in several drill meets each year. Among them are the Louisiana State University Invitational Drill Meet, the Vanderbilt Invitational Drill Meet, and the Fourth Regimental Drill Meet. The Pershing Rifles also participate in several parades during the year. Among them are the Veteran ' s Day Parade, and the Decatur Christmas Parade. Membership in the Pershing Rifles is open to basic cadets in ROTC. THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF PERSHING RIFLES Row One, Left to Right: Jackson, Warren, Kantzer, Bill Grimwood, Com- manding Officer, Anita Gardner, Delano, Major Brice, Advisor, Charles Pate, XO, Mary Killen, James Norwood, Drill Instructor, Fleenor, Wilson, Keith. Row Two: Richardson, Minor, Tatum, Roth, Gooch, Baily, Beavert, Wright, Harbison, Niolan, Wheishant, Lindsey, Wagner. Row Three: Strange, Irons, Barkitto, Jackson, Holland, Phillips, Lewis, Waller, Lowe, Glass, Jorden, Porter. y 179 RELIGION 1965-66 saw the erection of two new buildings on campus. The Baptist Student Center, pictured above was erected in the spring while the Wesley Foundation was completed in the fall. 80 HUH CHRISTIAN STUDENT FELLOWSHIP (CHURCH OF CHRIST) Row One, Left to Right: Bill Warren, Director, Gail Poore, Johnny Newman, Sarah Haygood, Wayne Phillips, Vice President, Beverly Hice, Secretary- Treasurer, Lloyd Newton, President, James Ed Champion. Row Two: Linda Godsey, Mary Ann Britton, Zehron Mullican, Frances Wallace, Jane Tucker, Virginia Minor, Barbara Harrison, Barbara Cagle. Row Three: Walter Kirsch, James J. Stutts, Gerald Hester, Joan Newbern, Elaine Mont- gomery, Linda Proffitt, Edith Hollman, Martha McGuyer, John Finley, Jr. The Christian Student Fellowship (Church of Christ) was organized in 1964 and is sponsored by the Sherrod Avenue Church of Christ. Its devotional meetings are held three times weekly and are open to any student. 181 SJW WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 6( find Hud ifltr j Dm Ruth W id, Pi naii u The Westminster Fellowship was organized in 1957 to provide opportunities for fellowship among Presbyterian students and to further knowledge of the church. Row One, Left to Right: C. F. Huff, Jr., Sponsor, Janet Stovall, Marie Mayfield, Treasurer, Skip Theiss, President, Barbara Yarbrough, Vice President, Carole Davis, Gail Davis, Carrie Sue Dixon. Row Two: Bill Carpenter, Dannis, McMinds, Dorothy Hester, Billy Joe Bragwell, Carol Cook, David Carroll, Steve Gordon, Jim Richcreek. 182 WESLEY FOUNDATION Row One, Left to Right: Donie May Lowry, Faculty Advisor, Ginger Darby, Wanda Kennedy, Secretary, Virginia Bodley, First Vice President, Janice Huckaby, President, Frederick Brown, Second Vice President, Claud D. Rus- sell, Treasurer, Diana Fowler, Joan Shoults, Phillip Huckaby. Row Two: Leverne Willingham, Ellen Littrell, Susan Treadwell, Myra Thompson, Wanda Putnam, Beverly Strowbridge, Mary Dean Boling, Jane Davis, Janet Vick, Laura Dishough, Sharon Erwin. Row Three: Patsy Bynum, Don Wilbanks, Margaret Lewis, Martha Johnston, Barbara Anderson, Ruth Blankenship, Frances Vest, Frances Davies, Sharon Wilson, Gaylor Bald, Vance Wesson, Bryan Black. Row Four: Onnie Thomas, Shirley Dan- iel, Patricia Simms, Mary Shepherd, Helen Morgan, Linda Shelton, El- wanda Slaughter, Shirley Russell, Gary Moore, Harold Darby, Larry Bell. Wesley Foundation is the ministry of the Methodist Church to Florence State College. Under the direction of a full-time minister, Wesley offers opportunities for religious education, counseling, worship, Christian fel- lowship, and service. Wesley emphasizes and encourages academic achieve- ment as a student ' s vocation. Wesleyites participate fully in campus activities and in intramural sports. 183 Row One, Left to Right: Elwanda Johnson, Carolyn Motes, Helen Franks. Row Two: Judy Wright, Carolyn Whisenant, Elwanda Oakes, Nelda Hicks, Joan Snow. Row Three: Jim Shelly, Cecilia Holt, Ken Williams, Hazel Humphries, Frances Haney, Jerry Raney, Irene Page. Row Four: Lavonia Gillespie, Jeanie Jordan, Carmelita Worlund, Ann Simmons, Linda Aston, Pat Powell, Linda Jackson. Row Five: G. R. Davis, Roger Becks, Melvin Brown, David Lashley, Mary Dodgen, Sue Johnsey. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Membership in the Baptist Student Union is open to more than 850 Baptists enrolled at Florence State College. Purpose of the organization is to provide opportunities for students to become mature in their Christian growth as they grow intellectually and physi- cally. The BSU offers opportunities for participating students to advance spiritually through varying pro- grams of worship, Bible study, missionary experiences, and social functions. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Row One, Left to Right: Francis Haney, Cecilia Holt, Ann Simmons, Melvin Brown, President, Pat Powell, Linda Jackson, Lavonia Gilles- pie, Judy Wright. Row Two: Jim Shelley, Director, Roger Becks, Jerry Raney. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club is a chartered member of the National Newman Club Federation. All Catholic college students are eligible for member- ship. Bi-weekly meetings are planned to foster the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the members of the organ- izations. Row One, Left to Right: Mary Ann Mauter, Bett Jolliff, Barbara Nagle, Publicity Chairman, Reverend Columban M. Geerken, Chaplain, Nancy Turberville, President, Linda Bostdorf, Vice President, Mary O ' Connor. Row Two: Costena Pounders, Denevia Stiles, Mary Anderson, Helen Matthews, Sponsor. Not pictured: John Webber, Gary Rouse, Jack Van Pelt, Barbara Block, Diane Diggle, Suzanne Wager, Mary Ann Brink, Ed Waitzman, Lynn Morris, Townely Creighton, Terry Rodriquiz, Gina As- tor, Mike Landers Left to Right: Teddy Harp, Nancy Turberville, Hugh Huffman, Jim Richcreek, and Virginia Bodley. RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK COMMITTEE 185 r I MMMb . THE MILITARY wa r m IN MEMORIAM Under the wide and starry sky Dig my grave and let me lie: Glad I live and gladly die, And I laid me down with a will. This be the verse you grave for me: Here he lies where he longed to be: Home is the sailor, home from sea, And the hunter home from the hill. Robert Louis Stevenson 2d. Lt. Felix Deloach King, Jr. Born: January 11, 1942 Killed in action: November 6, 1965 Plei Mei, Vietnam 1st. Lt. Philip Don Childers Born: March 28, 1941 Killed in action: May 28, 1965 Vietnam 188 EfiCTgTOCTwimga BMB -- is: The Pershing Rifles perform Honor Guard functions at many on and off-campus functions. The Military Science program is designed to prepare the college student for various positions in the United States Army and to develop in him the basic knowledge and characteristics of an officer. The program itself is divided into two phases, Basic ROTC and Advanced ROTC. The completion of Basic ROTC is a prerequisite for graduation from Florence State College. Basic ROTC students are required to attend two one-hour classes in Military Science each week, one one-hour company drill, and one one-hour brigade drill each week. Basic ROTC sub-courses include individual weapons, marksmanship training, American military history, crew served weapons, and the role of the United States Army in national defense. Only a specified number of cadets may be accepted for enrollment in Advanced ROTC each year. Some of the requirements for enrollment are: to be a citizen of the United States, to successfully complete Basic ROTC, demonstrate qualities and positive potential of becoming an effective officer, possess an overall academic average of at least " C " (1.0), pass a physical examination, and to be selected by the professor of military science and the president of the college. Advanced ROTC courses include psychology of leadership, teaching methods of small unit operations, command small unit operations, command and staff procedures, military administration, military operations and logistics, and military law. All advanced ROTC cadets are required to attend a summer camp, preferably between the junior and senior years. The object of summer camp is to provide an opportunity for the cadet to apply the lessons learned at the home institution. 189 Lt. Col. Robert M. Reese, Professor of Military Science CADRE Left to right: Capt. Harris, Major Clark, Lt Col. Reese, Major Brice, Capt. Smith 190 MBOHHranHmsn ' x ia H K NCO CADRE Left to right: Sgt. Little, Spc. Stovall, Sgt. Headley, Sgt. Finn, Sgt. Duhaime, Sgt. White, Sgt. Kilgore Mrs. Sally Catanzariti, Secretary to the PMS Miss Glenda Reeves, Secretary to the PMS 191 BRIGADE STAFF FIRST BATTALION Frederick Dawson Glenn Ingle Brown Kathryn Thompson Gilbert Leslie Carp Smith, P. E. Hampton Nancy Cook Johnston Smith, W. A. Mathis Roberts 192 Sharon Bennett Darby Blackwell Vinson Lamon SECOND BATTALION THIRD BATTALION Brenda Sherill King Raney Grimwood Strange 193 wmmsmmmmmmm ROTC SPONSORS FRANCIS TOWNSEND COC Sweetheart 194 KATHRYN THOMPSON Brigade Sponsor 195 HTOWPJ I M I LESLIE CARP Brigade Sponsor 196 4 a jmem NANCY COOK First Battalion Sponsor SHARON BENNETT Second Battalion Sponsor vjtfiiatwWfei ma BRENDA SHERRILL Third Battalion Sponsor ANN JACKSON Band Sponsor 198 NELDA ATKINSON " A " Company Sponsor ALICE CARTWRIGHT " B " Company Sponsor GAIL WILLIAMS " C " Company Sponsor REGINA SMITH " D " Company Sponsor 200 SfWXWH i milium ion ii ii MEG GAULT " F " Company Sponsor FRANCIS TOWNSEND " E " Company Sponsor ANITA GARDNER Drill Team Sponsor ROTC FLIGHT PROGRAM 202 Left to right: Emmons, King, Rhodes, Foster, Johnston. Hi COLOR GUARD an L__ rr SStST " COMPANY A COMPANY B Ca t r ra 204 : ' : COMPANY C Cadet Capt. Cooper Commanding Cad co c m raX cher COMPANY D 205 mimjmwmm c to m c rlT r COMPANY E Cadet Capt. Hester Commanding COMPANY F 206 mm. I ROTC BAND CadiCap G - Commanding Cadet Capt. Delano Commanding DRILL TEAM , Kmj 207 ' ' ' a ' . s V N.I Ik n 5 9 a 1 k THE PEOPLE mmmmm DIORAMA QUEEN OF BEAUTY For the fourth time in as many years, a freshman held the magic- charm that named her Top Diorama Beauty. She is Martha Aday, from Decatur, 1965-66 Queen of Beauty. 210 . ' : M Vi X r . " - ' . " " : ' a N e S ' -A. .L ' ;; . $9 Miss Martha Aday Queen of Beauty mm Miss Leslie Carp Beauty Court 212 IttM +mmmBmltmm iatmem Miss Patsy Grissom Beauty Court 213 mum Miss Lynn Johnson Beauty Court 214 warn Miss Gail Williams Beauty Court 215 mm Vonda Broadfoot ALTERNATE Nancy Cook 216 " sum BEAUTIES Shelia Price Brenda Thornton 217 IMMUJH Miss Sharon Gentry Homecoming Queen x nrsmmtikt Mmmi iQHui wcsz ' k ' li .A msmmM ROYAL 220 ' 0- amtrn COURT 1 MISS CHARMING AND COURT 1965-1966 Pretty, perky Patsy Patton, this year ' s Miss Charming, was chosen as the top contestant from a field of freshman girls. She is from Tuscumbia and is majoring in physical education. 222 Miss Patsy Patton Miss Charming 1965-66 MISS CHARM lM Jackie Gooch 224 v mm iMMii MING COURT Ann Jackson Vicki Jo Bishop 225 wm MR. AND MISS m is 1 t Lester Dawson 226 iimMt mmii mmmammmmmt m s mmm FLORENCE STATE Linda V. Jackson 227 ROYAL CORONA Carolyn Price Shirel Grimmett 228 )1V4 TION COURT tsmm Ellen Allen Carl Mathis 229 ROYAL CORONA no Paul Smith Francis Haney 230 1U TION COURT MM_ MH Dan Havely Sue Montgomery 231 TURRIS FIDELIS AND KELLER KEY 1965 The Keller Key is awarded to the graduating senior with the highest scholastic average over four years of work at the college. The Key is awarded in memory of the late President James Albert and Mrs. Majiglen Keller. The Turris Fidelis Award is conferred upon not more than two members of the senior class at each commence- ment. Both service to the college and scholastic standing are considered in selecting the recipient of the award. This is the highest honor that the student body can confer upon a fellow student. SPRING GRADUATION Gene Hamby, Turris Fidelis: Dean Allen; Faye Hunter, Turris Fidelis; Paulette Shirey, Keller Key. . SUMMER GRADUATION Not pictured: Carole Riddle Abercrombie, Keller Key. 232 .rM HHHHHMB I it- rd WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Recognition in the annual publication, Who ' s Who, is one of the highest honors a college student may attain. Who ' s Who is a national organization set up in the school year 1934-35; and since the sixth year of its existence, it has had the active participation of an aver- age of 600 institutions. Its home office is in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Students are chosen on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, and service to the college. After the students are accepted by the national organization, their names and college records appear in the Who ' s Who publication. The organization keeps at the disposal of all business concerns in the United States and Canada information about its student members. Only seniors and juniors are eligible for recognition in Who ' s Who. Cecilia Holt Russell Blackwell 233 mi Bobby Sexton Barbara Sexton Pat Powell Diana Fowler Bettye Bergin 5 1 L " 1 k 235 jC tani M " 8 m W ' | - f%JB 1 r -r- " fct,. i mm ll JKtKKtKmf 1 HlTai - . 1 ! Ital flHfl - iiJI tfH lb ail B MMSiiv 3 TZc -% Ji STUDENT LIFE 237 NO BOOK CAN TELL THE STORY OF AN INSTITU- TION. THE TRUE STORY OF FLORENCE STATE COL- LEGE CAN BE TOLD ONLY BY THOSE WHO REPRE- SENT IT . . . ITS FACULTY ALUMNI AND STUDENTS 238 iMHM FSC 1965 1966 Back to the " campii " Registration . . . Rat Week . . . 239 Charm Week new friends . . . H i 8 m. j j mT E I ft 1 - " mil I ' f kJPt vA Urn I m| ] X ' ' ; X; j A V M r " " " - IF WB v M a ... classroom drudgery . . 240 nOD EHBOHB BBi Vim nil 7 post-game dance . . . a ten o ' clock snack . . . a talent show . . . Football Fever . . that trip home . " " Homecoming . . . fir- u lift ii i The Lettermen . . . Sadie Hawkins Week . . . studies continue . . . the campus expands . . . beauties are found . . . a queen is found DIORAMA BEAUTY CONTEST 244 ii_ another queen, and a king . . . The Coronation Ball Religious Emphasis Week . . a part of the life of every student at Florence State College. 245 Are two heads better than one? All that fuss over one little puddle. I would like to speak to you on the rising tide of conformity. . . . And if 1 find that whisker, it ' s coming off. Once a month I come out of my dungeon and . J s 7:59 8:05 I gargle with alcohol twice daily. r% kf t Burn mine! Burn mine! How did you say this headset worked? What do you mean, it doesn ' t say " Young Republicans? " I think I ' ve found your Atlas vertabrae I v , - ' W To heck with your Atlas vertabrae. :-ttg C ' l-4?+4r- May the Bird of Paradise fly up your nose. 5 I k FSC-1975? What about your nails? That can ' t be your real nose! F So you think you have bad breath. The further we get from school, the better you look. We look like what? I ' m soused, Mom. Well, I still like bald actors. W. ' iW ' JhmBKBH Wi But I prefer drawing. I don ' t care if they are out of style, I still like vests. BOO! I 1 1 1 Mi 1 1 H $ ' 1 1 SJB -- 5 v S $ 252 Does your mother know you smoke? Bang! fc - -jmamm I wish someone would turn this building right side up again. Wheee!!!! Happy Birthday to you . L ' S Nk R - 9 flf mt md 1 r 1 HBs|j| Jtf " lililM THE SPORTS Left to right: Mr. Lancaster, Mr. Peacock, Mr. Stevens, Coach Flowers, Mr. Large, Dr. Crocker. ATHLETIC COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN Coach H. A. (Eddie) Flowers 256 FOOTBALL 1965 First Row, Left to Right: Don Leonard, Mike Gray, Jerry Schultz, David Smith, Don Creasy, Ken Townley, John Logan, Tommy Clemmons, Billy Joe Johnson. Second Row: Don Johnson, Lynn Thompson, George Perkins, David Kirk, Johnny Bailey, Rickey Lindsey, Bobby Russell, Lewis Dyer, Ernest Breland. Third Row: David Mullins, Rex Brooks, Dennis Johnson, Don Allison, Paul Cooper, Wade Edde, Ted Bellhorn, Jerry Thompson, Jim Grant. Back Row: Max Bobo, Bobby Skinner, Mike Chisam, Jim Roberts, Wayne Thorn, Bill Arnold, Lester Dawson, Ray Hester, Mike Dennis. 257 Lester Dawson Ray Hester Don Creasy Most Valuable Lineman George Perkins Most Valuable Back 258 Kenny Wilder Robert Okelly Don Leonard Billy Joe Johnson Looks like a tough situation for the Lions Look! Look! Look . . . see the boy tackle the other boy. Wade Edde Perkins hits the dirt Mike Gray 259 Don Cornelius Don Creasy Ken Townley Jim Grant 01 Of a Jerry Schultz Action against Middle Tenn. David Kirk 260 David Maples Lynn Thompson Johnny Bailey Lewis Dyer to i co: Middle Tennessee Routs Florence, 44-14 Middle Tennessee State University took the measure of the Lions 44-14. Middle Tennessee outplayed the Lions on every occasion to give their season inaugural win. A crowd of 5,000 sat back and watched the brilliant passing of Teddy Morris keep the Lions under pressure all night. In all, Morris connected on four big TD ' s. His passes were good for 230 yards as he hit his receivers constantly. Florence State ' s deepest penetration was to Middle Tennessee ' s 40-yard line. The Blue Raider ' s defense was tough all night throwing the Lions for several losses. Florence State simply made too many mistakes against a team that capitalizes on such plays. Middle Tennessee completely dominated the offense and defense as they displayed great team depth. MTSU First downs 20 Net yards rushing 137 Passes attempted 26 Passes completed 15 Passing yardage 336 Punting 4-42 Penalties 70 yds FSC 7 48 19 6 112 6-34 40 yds. 261 f UJJWW ,l... w Don Johnson Dennis Holderfield Paul Cooper Billy Byron Bill Arnold May Bobo George Perkins Mike Chisam 262 Mike Dennis Bill Pike John Logan Jim Roberts Lions taste defeat at the hands of Arkansas State Lions Fall to Arkansas State 33-12 The Indians of Arkansas State scalped the visiting Florence State Lions 33-12 in Jonesboro. A-State was rated a two-touchdown favorite and the prediction proved to be true. The Indians scored first and were never headed as they displayed ball control the entire contest; they fumbled only two times. STATISTICS A-State FSC First downs 17 8 Net yards rushing 190 118 Passes attempted 161 9 Passes completed 11 Passing yardage 161 Punting 5-42 7-37 Penalties 75 yds 78 y yds Lions Run Rampant in Game with Livingston 42-28 Florence State College finally got into the winning bracket by defeating Livingston State 42-28 in an ACC contest. The game featured nifty running by the Lions and some brilliant passing by Livingston ' s quarterbacks. Livingston scored on the first play from scrimmage and once more in the first quarter, but the Lions then shut the door in the Tiger ' s face as they failed to score again in the first half while the Lions scored 28 points in the first half. In the fourth quarter, each team had two tallies to complete the scoring. First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes attempted Passes completed Punting Penalties STATISTICS Florence 27 325 93 7 6 1-39 92 yds Livingston 8 33 320 26 13 4-46 90 yds 263 ;JfcS Lions take the field Choctaws Spoil Lion Homecoming 21-7 STATISTICS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes attempted Passes completed Fumbles Fumbles lost Yards penalized Punting average Florence 13 104 64 18 4 2 1 30 4-36.2 Miss. College 10 183 14 7 2 1 50 6-43.4 Inability to score when opportunity knocked was the story for Florence State as they lost their homecoming tilt 2 1-7 to Mississippi College. Florence State moved the ball four times inside the Mississippi College 20 yard line during the game and were still unable to pick up the touchdown. With just 16 seconds left, Don Cornelius hit Ray Hester for 7 yards for the TD. This took care of all of Florence State ' s scoring as they failed to cash in on oppor- tunities. Neither team scored the final stanza as the defense stood out. Fumbles and pass interceptions proved fatal to both teams. The final score ended with Mississippi College in the lead 2 1-7. Pretty Miss Sharon Gentry, a sophomore from Decatur, reigned over the game as Homecoming queen. 264 I keep telling you guys, them dames ARE the other way. Lions Squeak Past Henderson State 16-15 With quarterback Don Cornelius scoring two big touchdowns and Ray Hester booting a 19 yard field goal Florence State defeated Henderson State 16-15. Henderson State received the opening kickoff and drove down to the 26 before the stout Lion defense stopped them cold. LIONS STRIKE Florence Henderson First downs 14 10 Rushing yardage 230 143 Passing yardage 86 46 Passes attempted 13 11 Passes completed 5 3 Passes intercepted Fumbles 2 1 Fumbles lost 1 Yards penalized 75 56 Punting average 33.2 43.8 Boy! I can ' t wait till after the game, and then I can forget about this mess! 265 Ernest Breland Ricky Lindsey Wayne Thorn Bobby Russel I ' d rather fight than switch Don Allison 266 Dennis Johnson Troy Haley Jim Beatty Hester ready to punt Lions Explode With 35-16 Win Over Troy With a capacity crowd looking on, the Florence State Lions defeated the Troy State " Red Wave " in their home- coming 35-16. The victory left the Lions undefeated in ACC at 2-0 and 3-3 overall. Troy ' s record now stands at 0-6. With George Perkins, a speedy tailback from Central, rushing for 1 74 yards, and two big touchdowns, the Lions were never headed. Lions are met by tough Troy line STATISTICS Florence Troy First downs 19 16 Rushing yardage 381 140 Passing yardage 39 141 Passes 3-15 12-27 Fumbles 5 7 Fumbles lost 5 5 Yards penalized 62 15 Punting average 41.8 35 Johnson hits pay dirt 267 Delta Jolts Lions 16-7 Defense was the story as the Delta State " Statesmen " contained the potent offense of Florence for a meager 69 yards. The big Statesmen team was kept busy containing the Lions. Their pass defense was almost perfection as they allowed the Lions only one yard in the air. Florence fought the Statesmen a good battle all the way, but the size and defense was just too much for the Lions. Delta puts a stopper to Lion drive STATISTICS Florence Delta First downs 9 25 Yards gained rushing 40 325 Yards gained passing 169 111 Passes attempted 21 13 Passes completed 10 7 Passes intercepted 1 Fumbles 1 1 Fumbles lost 1 1 Yards penalized 80 3H 2 Punting average 37.6 32 268 A yard hungry Cornelius hits the dirt Louisiana Downs Florence 13-0 On a rain soaked field Florence State fell to the Louisiana College " Wildcats " 13-0. The loss left the Lions ' record at 3-5. The Lions had several chances to score but couldn ' t push the ball across. The Louisiana College defense kept them at bay with some good defense. With the field soggy fumbles were very much in evidence. Florence fumbled the ball seven times and lost it twice while the Wildcats fumbled eight times and lost it four times. STATISTICS Florence Louisiana First downs 12 15 Net yards rushing 87 212 Net yards passing 69 8 Passes attempted 26 1 Passes completed 6 1 Passes intercepted 3 Yards penalized 55 127 Fumbles 7 8 Fumbles lost 2 4 Punting average 26.6 37 Lions in action Lions put them on their ears 269 wm Rex Brooks David Smith Ted Bellham Rex Burleson F.S.C. has annual F-Game Da n Leonard David Wardlow John Miller Jerry Thompson 270 Lions Put Clamps on UTMB 17-14 Lions let UTMB know they play a pretty rough defense Florence State came from behind brilliantly in the last half and pulled out a 17-14 win over the homestanding UTMB Vols. After spotting the Vols a 14-7 halftime lead Florence State came back for one of their best showing of the year in beating the Vols. This game saw some terrific tackles, plus some fierce blocking on both sides. First downs Net yards rushing Net yards passing Passes attempted Passes completed Passes intercepted Punting average Fumbles lost Yards penalized STATISTICS Florence 20 198 125 13 8 32 2 10 UTMB 16 214 95 14 6 1 27.1 30 A little advice from the bench 271 I Jax State Nips FSC 7-6 1 I The high-flying Jacksonville State Gamecocks downed the Lions to capture the ACC title in Florence. Jax State brought a 6-2 record into the game while the Lions brought a 4-5 record into the game. Each team brought a 2-0 record into the game in conference play. It was the last game for eight FSC seniors. They were: Ernest Breland, Ray Hester, Paul Cooper, Ken Townley, Don Creasy, Jim Roberts, Don Allison, and Lester Dawson. STATISTICS JSC FSC First downs 10 3 Rushing yardage 148 11 Passing yardage 20 43 Passes attempted 5 10 Passes completed 4 3 Punting 2-27 5-34 Penalties 15 5 272 George Manush The Voice of the Lions c o A C H E S Coaches Bill Wise, Hal Self and George Weeks 273 wmm CHEERLEADERS 1965-1966 9 6 5 LIONS BASEBALL TEAM i i Row One, Left to Right: Fred Taylor, Bryan Black, Bob Seeley, Clem Car- tron, Joe Gilbert, Ken Mesa. Row Two: Tommy Tucker, Ricky Lindsey, Mack Rickman, Danny Search, Larry Grissom, Davis Kirk, Gerald Bentley. I Ricky Lindsey Bryan Black Tommy Tucker Ken Mesa Mack Rickman Clem Cartron 277 I 1C Larry Grissom Bob Seeley Danny Searcy Fred Taylor Gerald Bentley David Kirk 278 Left to Right: Capt. Harris, Eddie Walls, Stuart Richeson, Micky Marks, Harold Bolton, Sims Lawson, Jim Noles, Jimmy Williams, Bob Frye, Sgt. Kilgore. RIFLE TEAM RIFLE TEAM IN ACTION 279 mmmm 1965 TENNIS TEAM BMMHttJ Row One, Left to Right: John Thomas, Winky Adams, Buck Adams, Dennis Bryant. Row Two: Charles Hastings, Coach, Bruce Edwards, Tom Ashby, Gerald Perry, Brad Reynolds, Sammy Smith. 281 LION BASKETBALL 1965-66 Row One, Left to Right: Louis Vaughn, Richard Gurley. Row Two: Scotty Langford, Andy Bolding, Larry Terry, Larry Grissom, Neil Hodge, Jerry Davis. Row Three: James Moore, Rick Jones, Lowell Edmonds, Paul Fowler, Tommy Bodd, Tommy Barnes. 282 " iftWYrriiriri Coach E. E. Billingham Basketball Coach 1965-66 SCHEDULE Dec. Jan. Feb. 1 Lambuth 4 MTSC 6 Jacksonville 10 Troy 16 Chattanooga 6 David Lipscomb 8 Jacksonville 10 Alabama College 13 Athens 1 5 Lambuth 17 Union 22 David Lipscomb 27 MTSC 29 Athens 3 1 Chattanooga 2 St. Bernard 5 Troy 7 St. Bernard 9 Livingston 1 Alabama College 14 Livingston 19 Union 283 Larry Grissom Paul Fowler Tommy Barnes Andy Bolding Tommy Dodd Ricky Jones Larry Terry Lowell Edmonds n " WJ " " M MM ' ' " " MJ ' " " Richard Gurley James Moore Neil Hodge 287 % 288 frnj m I J I FSC ' s Hardwood Florence Lauderdale Coliseum - ' LIONS IN ON THE AC HA MMMflflflflrafciarawi.i. ' i ' .ird.i,- ' - " ' " i c TTifflr ACTION HARDWOOD 291 0A12 -3 . ' - KrtiHIMflflftffllfctnMiMlfa-ffr .ra.va rawa I AD VEi? TISEMENTS HBMT mz nc mm HD,,Vr ' c - ! SHING ONE-HOUR MARTINIZING 220 N. Wood Avenue and 1 13 Florence Blvd. 766-1692 Complete Line of Art Supplies Florence POSEY E. Tenn. Downtown Florence MEFFORD ' S, INC. YOUR JEWELERS - 1 1 1 East Tennessee St. Florence Registered Jeweler 3 American Qem Society Enjoy that REFRESHING NEW FEELING! 294 Florence Coca-Cola Bottling Co. MMMWfli ' ih.flttrefttt iJ.lE r - r Compliments of Southern Sash Florence Sheffield Huntsville Decatur Columbia, Tenn. North Alabama ' s Largest Building Material Supplies See Our Selection of Built-in Appliances for The Kitchen DONNELL ' S SHEFFIELD Fountain Lanes ' For the Best in Bowling ' Florence, Alabama 766-2541 295 COMPLIMENTS OF UNION CARBIDE PHONE 764-7621 FLORENCE COURTS U.S. HWYS. 72 43 - FLORENCE, ALA. SWIMMING POOL - AIR CONDITIONED KITCHENETTES - PHONE TV - 48 UNITS Compliments of O. D. O. ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Only 121-125 Royal Ave. Florence SHEFFIELD FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. SHEFFIELD TUSCUMBIA MUSCLE SHOALS COMPLIMENTS OF PET MILK COMPANY DAIRY DIVISION 296 TENNESSEE VALLEY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS " Pickup Stations on Campus " East Tennessee Street WKWJWO ' VyjtWWJWCMP VKWWPOB VJv. 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TRI-CITIES NEWSPAPERS INC. 118 East Tennessee St. Florence CEhe Mawnct Qftrnts DEDICATED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE PEOPLE OF THE MUSCLE SHOALS DISTRICT PAPER CHEMICAL SUPPLY COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS OF PAPER PRODUCTS, SANITARY SUPPLIES, AND RESTAURANT SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Sheffield Alabama SERVING THE TENNESSEE VALLEY ALABAMA-TENNESSEE NATURAL GAS COMPANY Florence Alabama 299 CORNER HAT SHOP 108 East Mobile Florence THE FLORENCE HERALD Printers Publishers Letterpress OFFSET 1 14 W. Tombigbee St. Florence We Are Pleased To Be THE FLOR-ALA ' s Printer BEST WISHES LANDERS ' OFFICE SUPPLY 101 W. Third St. SHEFFIELD Compliments of Louis Haddock; Owner 300 HIBBETT SONS SPORTING GOODS FLORENCE " IT PAYS TO PLAY " IN HUNTSVILLE DYESS HIBBETT SPORTING GOODS NEXT TO MIRACLE CITY In the Weart ' of Downtown Florence Now Paying 41 2% on Two Year Savings Certificates Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Open Daily 9 - 9 1520 Florence Boulevard SHOP FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS WITH JUST ONE STOP Appliances ft Cameras Toiletries Hardware Millinery Cafeteria Sporting Goods ft Auto Accessories Menswear Shoes Garden Shop Ladies Apparel Since 1853 MILNER ' S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE FLORENCE TOOF PRINTING STATIONERY CO. 216 N. Court St. Florence tZ ALE ' S PHONE 76 4-5843 106 N. COURT ST. FLORENCE 4, ALA. COMPLIMENTS OF CRUMP CAMERA SHOP FLORENCE, SHEFFIELD DECATUR Ja J4ardi wart an, tailor pp ( iance Co 122 W. TOMBIGBEE ST. FLORENCE, ALABAMA 1 G. F. WILSON COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Florence, Ala. 35631 610 So. Cherry Street Phone 766-2712 301 wmmmm Abrom ' s " For the Lady Who Knows Clothes ' Florence COMPLIMENTS OF SLATER FOOD SERVICE ' Proud to be Serving Florence State ' 302 Gene Crump Chevrolet 1040 Woodmont Drive Tuscumbia, Alabama aoMHfljiaai : MwMit.:. M Uifj! :w a tow5ja3 FLORENCE STATE COLLEGE FLORENCE, ALABAMA I A.B. and B.S. degree programs in the Arts and Sciences, Business, Physical Education. A.B. and B.S. degree programs for the training of teachers for the elementary and secondary schools. Courses for renewal and extension of teaching certificates. Preprofessional curricula for Agriculture, Dentistry, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Medical Technology, Nursing, Pharmacy, etc. Secretarial training. Graduate programs in elementary and secondary education and school administration. Beautiful Campus, comfortable dormitories and wholesome campus life. A degree from Florence State is acceptable for graduate study and for admission to engineering, medico dental and other pro- fessional schools. Fully accredited: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. 303 rV w kw G ' 6, K- C k J o, 7 e ? A e c t A YS FS A GREAT CENTURY WE HAVE GREAT VALUES TO MATCH ANYTHING PERSONALIZED BY MONOGRAMS Revolving or 30 Day Charge Yours for fine feminine apparel THE VILLAGE SHOP WOODWARD AVENUE 383-1133 MUSCLE SHOALS 4 Friendly A P ' s To Serve You In Tri-Cities Area! H000 Florence Blvd., Florence 311 Court Street, Florence 301 East 2nd Street, Sheffield 409 North Main Street, Tuscumbia Shop A P For Cash Savings Valuable Plaid Stamps! POST WELDING SUPPLY DISTRIBUTOR FOR: HOBART, LINDE, WESTINGHOUSE WELDING EQUIPMENT SELSTROM, FIBER METAL, AND JACKSON SAFETY EQUIPMENT DURALITE HOUSE PAINTS AND DITZLER AUTO PAINTS 3430 JACKSON HIGHWAY SHEFFIELD 383-5352 NIGHTS HOLIDAYS: 764-9213 or 383-8231 MARTIN THEATERS 304 mm:mm-mmmm;r Greetings From WJOI J340K.C. " Voice Of The Lions " Broadcasting Florence State Football for 1 1 years! R A D I O W jP Florence Broadcasting Co., Inc. Florence, Alabama Royal Crown. Cola in Bottles or Cans! NEHI BOTTLING CO. Sheffield 383-5342 GET THE BEST ... GET " ea J Home of the Ranchburger ' Where You Meet Your Friends ' Jackson Hwy. and T.V.A. Entrance Sheffield VERBON JONES ELECTRIC COMPANY 1 13 E. Tombigbee St. Florence, Alabama 764-3571 RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL WIRING 305 THE HOME OF SUPREME VINYL FLOOR TILE The phenomenal growth of National Floor Products Company has seen many major developments in its plant facilities within the past few years. Automated production lines have increased pro- duction capacities many times over in the same period. Steadily expanding facilities for research, development, and manufacture are meeting the challenge created by the constantly growing demand for the NAFCO complete line of fine vinyl floor products. NATIONAL FLOOR PRODUCTS CO., INC. ox cole ft eve ' hOij! pm 306 Florence Alabama STAN FIELD ' S TIN SHOP 764-2323 101 South Royal Ave. Florence McDonald ' s dm tor thm Qoldmn arehta vT 100% Pure Beef Hamburgers Tempting Cheeseburgers Old-Fashioned Shakes Crisp Golden French Fries COMPLIMENTS OF KINGS INN FLORENCE BLVD. 7 There is much more to printing than just an image on paper. Planning, design, typography, art, copy preparation, color separation, printing, binding and mailing are all an integral part of a good printed product. A complete package, everything under one roof ... a full service, fully equipped house of printing. Don ' t worry with those printing jobs, let the pros handle them for you. Call or write the Printing Man today. A House Dedicated to Printing Birmingham Printing Company A Subsidiary of the Progressive Farmer Co P.O. Box 2581 Birmingham, Alabama 35202 831 North 19th Street Phone 324-2571 GEORGE C. DURY COMPANY Nashville, Tennessee Supplies and Equipment for: Amateur Professional Industrial Photography Since 1882 LIBERTY SUPER MARKET Low Prices Every Day North Florence Sheffield 30 7 First National Bank Tuscumbia Sheffield FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN TUSCUMBIA With Offices in Tuscumbia, Sheffield Cherokee, Muscle Shoals City. Cherokee Muscle Shoals City .. |fa 3 iji.ir., i,Vii. l iii .iiri -ii .I., ' ' T - : Vv VriiSi: ' aoMOE eisBKsausii iLCM ' m ' ffasaiiifVKm ywi Ladies ' and Men ' s Shop 101-103 No. Court Street Phone: 766-2220 764-1092 HOME OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS MEADOW GOLD DAIRY 383-5426 3122 Jackson Hwy. Sheffield NOBOOY BUT NOBODY UN0ER.5EU3 16 1 NS The District ' s Greatest Home-Furnishers ' BUILDING MATERIALS 764-0551 Florence 301 N. COURT 764-3671 FLORENCE STREIT MILK COMPANY S. Montgomery Ave. Home Owned Operated Phone 383-5532 Sheffield, Ala. TOASTED v PEANUTS POTATO CHIPS PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES DELICIOUS CANDIES 309 w NORTH FLORENCE BRANCH COURT STREET BANK THE FIRST NATIONAL BA 310 Our 77th Member of the Insurance Year Federal Corporal MMMnrninniiamwiiwfftTr ii ' ELTING BRANCH TENNESSEE ST. BRANCH AL BANK OF FLORENCE 77th Year j, of the nsuronce Federal Deposit Corporation 311 THE BOOTERY NORTH COURT STREET FLORENCE IARTIN MARINE :- ' . - " QUALITY AND SERVICE ARE OUR LEAST EXPENSIVE PRODUCTS " AUTHORIZED JOHNSON SALES a SERVICE PHONE: 383-0430 736 E. Second St. Sheffield, Alabama STREATER FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE For All Your Home Needs 612 East Tennessee Florence 764-2981 TRI-CITIES NEW CAR DEALERS 7 ASSOCIATION SHEFFIELD HESTER CHEVROLET CO. Chevrolet Corvair MILEY BUICK OLDSMOBILE Buick Oldsmobile MOTORDROME, INC. Lincoln Mercury Comet PAUL SAYWELL MOTORS, INC. Plymouth Valiant JACK GIBBS RAMBLER, INC. Rambler ZELKE DODGE Dodge JAY EDWARDS FORD SALES, INC. Cars Trucks FLORENCE CAMPBELL MOTORS, INC. Ford Falcon FOOTE AUTO COMPANY Oldsmobile Cadillac HARRISON-WHITE PONTIAC Pontiac DENTON-SMITH CHEVROLET, INC. Chevrolet Corvair REEDER BUICK Buick SID HAMM PLYMOUTH Plymouth Valiant FOUR-CITIES IMPORTS Volkswagen TUSCUMBIA MORRIS RAMBLER, INC. Rambler International Trucks KARL BRADLEY FORD, INC. Ford Falcon 312 ' mMfl HBiM.: li ICMMM A quarter century ago the first Reynolds aluminum ever made gleamed silver in a shaft of Alabama sunlight. In 1966 we celebrate the silver anniversary of that May 18 event at the Listerhill Reduction Plant. We also mark the July day 25 years ago when the first gleaming sheet of aluminum was rolled at the nearby Reynolds Alloys Plant. The defense needs of America have always come first in these plants. When the attack on Pearl Harbor thrust America into World War Two, the Listerhill plants were making and rolling badly needed aluminum, thanks to the foresight of the late R. S. Reynolds, Sr. Our country ' s needs will continue to come first but matched with the fantastic growth of the Reynolds Lister- hill plants has been the development by Reynolds of peacetime markets for aluminum. In 1941 Reynolds Alabama employees were counted in the hundreds. Today almost 5,000 men and women are at work in the Listerhill Reduction and Alloys plants. These are the largest Reynolds plants in the world and they continue to grow. The opportunities with Reynolds in the next quarter century are here for those who are ready for them. And in today ' s highly complex world, education as much as you can get is vital for those who would build their careers with 1941 1966 REYNOLDS where new ideas take shape in ALUMINUM 313 shop all 3 floors and balcony .awah!f 111S. Court 764-4471 Florence CULPEPPER BAKERY Best in Town for Party Decorations, Birthday Cakes, and Wedding Cakes 324 Court Street Florence 1208 Florence Blvd. Florence FACTORY DISCOUNT Furniture and Appliances Over 30,000 Square Feet Floor Display Hwy. 72 East Florence I WEYERHAEUSER CO. Shipping Container Division Florence Alabama COMPLIMENTS OF TIMBERLAKE HARDWARE MONTGOMERY AVENUE SHEFFIELD YOUNG-PITTMAN CO., INC. 600 South Court St. Florence 314 SEVEN-UP BOTTLING CO. SHEFFIELD COMPLIMENTS OF CORNER DRUG 1 1 6 N. Seminary Florence DOWNTOWNER MOTOR INNS STAY IN THE CENTER OF THINGS DINE IN The Cypress Dining Room 400 S. COURT 766-51 1 1 Compliments of DEPARTMENT OF UTILITIES FLORENCE, ALABAMA ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT BOARD OF WATER AND SEWER COMMISSIONERS GAS DEPARTMENT 315 Hi A Complete GIFT AND BOOK STORE Books of All Kinds Art Supplies Greeting Cards Stationery Coin Supplies ANDERSON ' S 116 E. Mobile Downtown Florence COMPLIMENTS OF HOWARD JOHNSON ' S 1241 Florence Blvd. Florence THE SHANTY RESTAURANT HOTEL REEDER Coffee Shop Dining Room " For Enjoyable Meals " Florence PHONE: 764-1836 RES.: 766-1402 World ' s Largest in Termite Protection Professional Pest Control Service Louis Landers MANAGER 321 s. Pine Florence, Ala. COMPUMENTS OF PRIDE FURNITURE CO. 4100 HATCH BLVD. SHEFFIELD DONALDSON RUG CO. 408 MONTGOMERY AVE. SHEFFIELD 383- 4723 Carpets from the looms of Mohawk DARBY ' S SHELL STATION ALVIN AND O ' STEEN DARBY 764-6272 401 N. Court St. Florence FOOD CENTERS [ OLD LEE HWY. AND N. FLORENCE WHERE THRIFTY PEOPLE SHOP TENNESSEE VALLEY CIGAR CANDY DIVISION OF HAV-A-TAMPA CIGAR CORP. Off Highway 72 East 71 1 Thompson 766-3744 faj? J[aj World ' s Finest Steel Die Engraved collegiate stationery and fashionable writing papers MONTAG ' S ATLANTA GEORGIA COLLEGE BOOK STORE sssmmutmziw im COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS Your Travel Host from Coast to Coast Charters Package Express Phone 764-2313 Patronize the Sponsors of the Yearbook! They ' re the Best EARLINE ' S Ladies ' Wear Florence 317 muh Our Special Thanks to Phone -766-4021 120 West Mobile St. Florence For Their Photographic Work In the 1966 DIORAMA 318 W BtilMXWMmt r . January 25, 19 Tonight, as the final pages of the 1966 DIORAMA are being readied for shipment, my mind drifts back to a Wednesday night some four months ago when the theme and purpose of this book finally became a reality, in these three short sentences on a piece of scrap paper: DIORAMA a three dimensional representation in which a picture, partly translucent, is seen through an opening from a distance. This yearbook is a representative picture; a pic- ture of all that FSC has been, is or ever will be. Memories some remembered, some forgotten, but all a part of college life. Suddenly those three sentences have become something far more than that a finished book, now almost a reality, which I sincerely hope will prove to be an accurate pictorial view of Florence State College, 1965-1966. It seems now that this yearbook became a reality as if by magic . . . but there was no magic to it . . . Instead, it was through many long days and equally long nights of hard work. It was a race against time to get this, the 1966 DIORAMA, into your hands. A race which was not really a race at all, but rather an opportunity to share with you something which is a part of oneself, an effort that one grows to love with each passing day, and I hope that this yearbook will grow to mean as much to you. I cannot begin to express my thanks to everyone who played a part in the production of this book, but a sincere " Thank you " goes to those who worked most closely with our staff: Our advisor, Nelson Van Pelt, for his advice, assistance, and encouragement; Ernie Crates of INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS for his help in the production and management of this yearbook; Ray Campbell, for his photographic assistance and advice; and, certainly, you, each and every FSC ' er for your cooperation in ways too numerous to mention. I hope that through this, the 1966 DIORAMA, memories can be awakened, and friends recalled, and this book will become a treasure to you. The Editor 320 mwuiHBsmMiL jm! 4m , : . ' ;; ' ar!T esSS VHt4L :tmm T J ' .KiiJwS ' " " " w


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