University of Montevallo - Montage Technala Yearbook (Montevallo, AL)

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t " f. FW ■ ttlliMWi«m«IMw.. «, ' ■ ' % " ' 7 ' W ? S»SWW ' •ill in M ALABAM M ' V K V y 1i v. ' ijk.jK il: mi,s iS-A S-- " " " r C - : -U-. W) Ser-= f . l tM f ? ' ' L-- ' ip ' - ap K r i» i ■ ■i»ai.: 1896- 1906-1916 -1926 -1936 ALABAMA COLLE PHOTOGRAPHER Th HE YEAR, 1946, MARKS THE END OF AN ERA FOR ALA- BAMA COLLEGE-FIFTY YEARS SINCE ITS ESTABLISHMENT. ON THIS THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF ALABAMA COLLEGE, WE LOOK WITH PRIDE AND SATISFACTION ON THE CONTRIBUTIONS THAT THIS INSTITUTION HAS MADE TO THE EDUCATION OF THE WOMEN OF ALABAMA. TRULY SHE HAS KEPT THE LAMP OF KNOWLEDGE BURNING BRIGHTER AS EACH YEAR " HER FAME SPREADS BEFORE HER. " WE FEEL THAT ALL OF THE THOUSANDS OF GRADUATES OF AL ABAMA COLLEGE, AS WELL AS THE PRESENT STUDENTS, WILL JOIN WITH US, THE 1946 MONTAGE IN WISHING AND HOPING FOR THE CONTINUED PROGRESS AND SUCCESS OF OUR AUVlA MATER. THUS THE 1946 MONTAGE DEDICATES ITS ANNIVERSARY EDITION TO THE FUTURE ALABAMA COLLEGE. MAY THE ENSUING FIFTY YEARS BRING IT EVEN MORE GREATNESS AND PROSPERITY. Bita»ri. ' .i. 8 %u y rep ' rC e gtt oc etf -| i»«»t »i«ftS ptt " i«» te«» ' 4er U P i»Cft a ide ' «»«« o otr » I tua % e c«»« to» S« « «£ tU «» f» e ' !»«««• ,M d I THE TOWER l i!ir. !« lfe., ' t l mx " " a.,-; r «;-- GOVERNOR CHAUNCEY £PARKS Ike unnn His Excellency, Chauncey Sparks, as Governor of AlaborriO has gained the respect and admiration of the people of the state. Frequent visits to the Alabama College Campus have gained for him a host of friends among the students. Always his pleased personality captures the hearts of the young women in whom he has shown such a great interest as chief executive and as friend. Page 18 vim PRESIDEIT Since 1935, Dr. Harman has served Alabama College as an able president who brought many needed and helpful changes to the campus. He has worked always in the interest of the students, who consider him as a friend as well as the chief officer of the college. In his office in Palmer, President Harmon serves as an understanding, wise and dignified executive who at any time welcomes a chat with students and faculty. At his heme on Flowerhill, he acts as a gracious host, always happy to receive visits from members of the college community. He is friendly, and smiling wherever one chances to meet him on the campus. Truly, we are proud to recognize Dr. A. F. Harmon as the competent leader of campus affairs. ARTHUR FORT HARMAN B E. H. WILLS Vhe BUSIMSS MIIUM Mr. E. H. Wills served at Alabama College in many capacities. As the business manager he ccmpletely and efficiently handled the college budget and finances. The trust which was placed in him was deserved by Mr. Wills for he gave faithful service to all. To the MONTAGE staff his eagerness to help and advise and his interest in this yearbook was an in- spiration. To Mr. Wills we can say, you have served us well. Page 20 T. H. NAPIER Ike DEM To the dean of the college go all manner of problems, academic and personal. Dean Napier is the kind, sympathetic counselor who has a solution for the problems which Alabama College stu- dents bring. No officer of the college has more respect and admiration from the students than the dean. His willingness to help is recognized and appreciated by all who know him. His soft speech and manners moke him a favorite speaker on the campus and his words of wisdom are received with enthusiasm. Dean T. H. Napier has gained a favored spot in the hearts of faculty and students at Alabama Ccllega. Page 21 Mrs. McCoy, Dean of Residence Miss Lee, Burcor Dr. Steckel, Student Counselor ilDMIIISTRilTIVE Located in various spots on the campus are the people who make up the administrative staff. It is these officers who keep the many activities of the college functioning in proper order. Dr. Steckel counsels the students in their various activities. Mrs. McCoy, the Dean of Residence, supervises off-campus visits and the assignment of rooms. For those who need medical care. Dr. Peck, Miss Tillman, and Miss Killingsworth lend a helping hand. Left : Louise Lovelady, Alumnae Secretary. Center: Dr. Stabler, Executive Secretary: Right: Mrs. Lee, Director of Club Service Miss Leeper, Manager of Supply Store Left to Right; Miss Killings- worth, Nurre; Dr. Peck, Physician; Miss Tillman, Nur:e STAFF Mrs. Woods, Hostess at Reynoli In the Library, Miss Russell and Miss Jones-Williams help to make ours one cf the finest in the South. As Executive Secretary Mr. Stabler sends out publicity for the college. Louise Lovelody keeps the alumnae posted on the events on the campus and meets with alumnae groups over the state. The director of the Club Service, Mrs. Lee, represents the college ever the state and helps in publicity. Miss Leeper manages the Supply Store and handles the ail-impcrtont mail. To the House Directors, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Duncan, Miss Kemp, Mrs. Burton, Mrs. McNeill, and Mrs. Smith goes the credit for being our " Mothers " away from home. HOUSE DIRECTORS-Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. McNeill, Main; Mrs. Burton, Ramsey; Miss Kemp, Hanson. Standing: Mrs. Smith, Majn; Mrs. Duncan, Tutwlier. SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS LOIS A. ACKERLY, A.B., M.A., PhD. Director JOSEPHINE EDDY, B.S., M.A. LAURA B, HADLEY, B.S., M.S. ETHEL BICKHAM, B.S., M.S. Associate Professors OLIVIA SMENNER, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor MATTIE SUE DAWSON, B.S. IBBIE JONES KERR, B.S. MYRTLE OLD, B.S. GLADYS STARR, B.S,, M.S. Instructors Front Row Left to Right: Hadley, Smenner, Eddy. Second Row: Kerr, Ackeriy, Starr. EDUCATION M. L. ORR, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. A. C. ANDERSON, A.B., M.A. Professors OLIVIA LAWSON, B.S., M.A. FRANK N. PHILPOT, B.S., M.A. Associate Professors Left to Right: Anderson, Orr, Lawson. ENGLISH A. W. VAUGHAN, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. WALTER H. TRUMBAUER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. LEAH DENNIS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professors EVA GOLSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. ELOISE MERONEY, A.B., M.A. SARAH PURYEAR, A.B., M.A. Associate Professors LILLIAN K. WARD, A.B. Instructor Seated, Left to Right: Meroney, Ward, Vaughan. Standing: Puryear, Golson. Page 24 HISTORY HALLIE FARMER, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor LORRAINE PETER, A.B., M.A. ANNE L. EASTMAN, A.B., Ph.D. Associate Professors J. W. KELLER, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor LUCILLE NAPIER, A.B., M.A. ETHEL MARSHALL, A.B. Instructors Left to Right; Farmer, Keller, Napier, Marsha!!, Peter, Eastman. MATHEMATICS ROSA LEA JACKSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor MAMIE BRASWELL, B.S., M.A. Associate Professor Left to Right; Braswetl, Jackson. FOREIGN LANGUAGES LORRAINE PIERSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professor ELIZABETH STOCKTON, B.S., M.A. Associ ate Professor Left to Right: Pierson, Stockton. SCHOOL OF MUSIC (Not Pictured) HARRISON D. LeBARON, A.B., M.A. Director M. ZIOLKOWSKl Professor ELIZABETH BLAIR CHAMBERLAIN KATHERINE FARRAH HONOR M. WINER Associate Professors INA STROM, CLAIRE ORDWAY Assistant Professors DOROTHY JONES LAVELLE THOMPSON JONES Instructors Page 25 BIOLOGY C, G. SHARP, B.S., M.S. Professor ZOE CARROLL BLACK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. HELEN BLACKISTON, B.S., M.A. Associate Professors Left to Right: Blockiston, Black, Sharp. PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY T. H. NAPIER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., L.H.D. MINNIE L. STECKEL, A.B., M.A., PhD. KATHERINE VICKERY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Professors WINIFRED CASTLEMAN BLACK, A.B. Assictant Profecsor Left to Right: Steckel, Vickery, Napier. ART DAWN S. KENNEDY, B.S., M.A. Professor MARTHA ALLEN, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor VIRGINIA BARNES, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor GRACE M. BAKER, B.S., M.A. Craftsman in Residence Left to Right: Baker, Allen, Kennedy, Barnes. SPEECH (Not Pictured) ELLEN-HAVEN GOULD, A.B., B.O., M.A. Professor MARY E. COMPTON, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor MARYLAND WILSON, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor and Director of Radio Service WALTER H. TRUMBAUER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Director of College Theatre Page 26 PHYSICAL SCIENCE W. J. KENNERLY, B.S., M.S. Professor MARY G. DECKER, B.S. M.S. Associate Professor E. P. HOOD, B.S., M.S., LL.B. Assistant Professor Left to Right: Hood, Kennerly, Decker. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION MARGARET McCALL, A.A., M.S., M.A., D.Ed. Professor BERNICE FINGER, B.A., M.A. EDYTHE SAYLOR, A.B., M.A. Associate Professors JESSIE CAMERON, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor BARBARA CALMER, B.S. Instructor Left to Right; Finger, McColl, Calmer, Soylor, Cameron. SECRETARIAL SCIE NCE LELAH BROWNFIELD, A.B., M.A. Professor BERTIE M. McGEE, A.B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor GWENDOLYN ENGEL, B.S. Instructor Left to Right; McGee, Brownfield. SOCIOLOGY GEORGE A. DOUGLAS, A.B., Pfi.M., Ph.D. Professor NELL P. SCHELL, B.S., M.A. Associate Professor SARAH HEAD, A.B. NETTIE HERNDON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professors MURRAY C. FLYNN, A.B. Instructor Left to Right; Flynn, Herndon, Schell, Head, Douglas. Page 27 »»i» " e io«» o ' era fi» e ioO« Co ' oe tr«» 4a » o«» la-t e o " fot - - tt eT ea»« ' ' IkO ttk« te««»l o fc— s«» | HH| MH w ' ' . 1 H ■ 1 I P ' IBh H Bh H H HffiHB H P H B ' M l B M jjBL ' P hA Hi ._ B ( J 1 ' |Bk 1 P N Lgf s j ... y 1 1) V ' . l H IBI i Left to Right: Betty Jo Baker, Jimmie Lyn Littleton, Jeanne Gibbons. PRESIDEITS ' COUMIL IS A COORDINATOR FOR CAMPUS GROUPS OFFICERS JEANNE GIBBONS President JIMMIE LYN LITTLETON Treasurer BETTY JO BAKER Secretary The President ' s Council serves as a coordinating body for the campus organizations. The main project for the year has been the revision of the constitutions of the various groups. This work was highlighted by the adoption of a new constitution for the President ' s Council itself. As in years past the Council also recorded the activity points of the students. A revision in the point system was made to go into effect next year. Page 31 STllDOT Martha Nell Roins, President of Student Government The chief governing bcdy of the students is the Student Government Association, which sponsors and leads many of the activities en the campus. College Night, the biggest student event is sponsored by the Association. The Executive Board, the legislative bcdy, helps to make and enforce the rules which the Student Gcvernment publishes in the annual student Hand- book. At the beginning of the year the Student Govern- ment plays a big part in Orientation Week, and gives a reception for all the students in order that the faculty and students may become acquainted. This year the Executive Board succeeded in getting approval for a revision of the Handbook to be published next year. MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD-Seated, Left to Right; Martha Nell Rains, Jean Mackie, Jimmie Lyn Littleton, Mary Eorle Eidson, Lennie Sue Goree, Pat Young. Standing: Margaret Ezekiel, June Mjddleton, Grace Korth, Lida True, Ann Campbell, Betty Wilson, Lula Lewib, Jule Bradley. Qoue nment OFFICERS MARTHA NELL RAINS GRACE KORTH . . . JEAN MACKIE . . . JUNE MIDDLETON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer EXECUTIVE BOARD Jute Bradley, Ann Campbell, Margaret Ezekiel, Lula Lewis, Jimmie Lyn Littleton, Mary Earle Eidson, Lennie Sue Goree, June Middleton, Mary Wimberley, Grace Korth, Jean Mickie, Pat Young, Lido True, Betty Wilson, Frances Rodgers. Top: Student Government Reception — Down the Receiving Line. Bottom: College Night Leaders with Student Government President. Left: Student Government Holds an Election and the Sophomores Receive Their Ballots. Right: Mjmi and Dr. Harmon Receive the Minute Man Flog. Seated: Frances Nybeck, Franklee Gilbert. Standing: Nell Southerland, Julianne Ballard. mun SEiilTE The Senate, which is composed of honor students from the four classes serves as the legislative body and acts in cooperation with the Executive Board in making and revising rules. This year a com- mittee from the Senate submitted a revision of the dating rules in the Student Handbook, which were accepted and approved by the Executive Board and a committee of the administration. It is the duty of the Senate members to display the flag en the campus. The Senate cooperated with other major organizations in sponsoring a houseparty for high school seniors. One of its most important jobs is in connection with the orientation of Freshmen each year. Pnge 34 OFFICERS FRANCES NYBECK President FRANKLEE GILBERT Vice-President JULIANNE BALLARD . Secretary NELL SOUTHERLAND Treasurer COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN MARTHA NETTLES Public Service MILDRED DEASON, ANNIE RIVES DILLARD College Relations SARAH SNUGGS Personal Service CATHERINE HATLEY Publicity VIRGINIA RICE Campus Relations r: ' ?m- The Senate Serves as One of the Most Important Orientation Commit- tees, to Welcome the Freshmen in September. A Senate Group Holds a Discussion on a Campus Problem. Ike 19 4 6 ALICE MAYFIELD Editor EVELYN COMER Business Manager ANN ANDERSON HELEN KOHL ADDIE LOU PARRIS VIRGINIA RICE MARIANNA PARSONS GAYLE NELSON MARY FRANCES MARTIN Assistant Editors Editor Mayfield and Business Manager Comer Discuss Layouts, Ad Copy, and Marvel Over o Yearbook that ' s Completed— Not the ' 46 Edition, of Cquis«, ■in 1906 it was the CHIAROSCURO, in 1936 the TECHNALA, and in 1946 the MONTAGE. But whatever the date, publishing a yearbook always provides plenty of interest and just as much difficulty for its editor and staff. MARGARET HARRELL Photographer Margaret Turns Out Pictures in Mass Production in Her Dark Room and Saves the Day for the MONTAGE Picture Deadline. Page 36 NOITAGG FRANKLEE GILBERT MARION DILLON HELEN PARRISH FRANCES WOODFIN Associate Editors: LUCY HUTCHISON MARTHA HAMPTON BETTY ADAMS LaVERNE SIMS Typists; Left to Right: Editors Dillon, Anderson, Gilbert, Woodflii Pore Over the M iteries of a Yearbook Layout First big event in the life of the ' 46 MONTAGE was sponsoring Elite Night, with problems of staging, and securing judges, and the selections of the beauties and the elite. Then came the job of getting six hundred students photographed, accomplished by Mr. Gasper in record-breaking time. After- wards and in between times the editor struggled with layouts and the business manager trekked over the state to secure ads, while the staff chewed pencils over write-ups and the photographer tried to find a different angle of much " shot " views. When the material was finally sent to Mr. Faerber and Mr. Preiss, it was accompanied by the hope of the editor and staff that they had accomplished the task of every yearbook— that of capturing and recording in words and pictures the spirit of college life. Left to Right: Photographs Always Hold Up Work as Here Staff Members Martin, Parrrsh, Kohl, and Nelson Get a Preview Peek. STAFF CAROL GARDIEN Editcr-in-Chief MARION DILLON Managing Editor FRANKLEE GILBERT LILA RAWLINSON Associate Editors Editor Carol Gordien ot the Traditional Paper-Strewn D«sk Edits The AlABAMIAN. TVi ' fe j ' ofei t)? a newspaper Is to be a voice of ths group it represents, and on the Alabama campus the ALABAMIAN serves such a purpose. During 1945-46 the objective of the ALABAM.IAN has been to Voice the ideas and opinions of the students as well as to disseminate nevvs of campus events. It was the aim of the editor and staff to be ithe medium by which the students might express their views on campus and national situations.. Iflhiis wms accomplished through the column " They Say " and the liberal editorial policy. The Staff Discusses the Week ' s As- signments for the Next Issue. Sitting, Left to Right: Gordien, Gilbert, Kelly, Rowlinson, Adorns. Standing: Campbell and Dillon. 7 1 L A B 1 M I 1 I BUSINESS STAFF BETTY ADAMS Business Manager ELIZABETH KELLY Advertising Manager ANN CAMPBELL Circulation Manager News and special feature articles, such as " Campursonolities, " appearing in the ALABAMIAN also helped it to be a popular campus publication and eagerly awaited by the students every two weeks. Though the usual problems of copy, make-up, layouts and ad deadlines and printing beset the staff, the 1945-46 career of the ALABAMIAN was successful and accomplished its purpose of service to Ala- bama College. Managing Editor Djllon ond Associ- ate Editors Gilbert and Rawlinson Point With Pride to the First Class Honor Rating for the ' 45 ALABAMIAN. The Editor Helps Clear Up Layout Problems for Rabun, Dillon, Savage, Harrell, and Dean. MEMBERS OF PUBLICATIONS BOARD-Left to Right: Helen Parrish, Delores Earnest, Margaret Harrell, Ann Anderson, Julianne Bollard, Solly Hodges, Alice Mayfield, Mirion Parsons, Corol Gordien. BOIRD OF 4 PDUIOTIOIS SALLY HODGES, Chairman The representatives elected from each class act in a supervisory capacity to the student publi- cations—the ALABAMIAN and the MONTAGE. The Publications Board determines the policies to be fol- lowed by these publications, and assists in appointing the staff members. One of the most essential of the Board ' s duties is the administration of the finances of the publi- cations. An increase in the allotment to the publications was provided by the Board of Publications this year. During Orientation Week and during registration the Board is assigned the task of placing neces- sary signs and directions about the campus. Page 40 RECRElTIOi ilSSOCIlTIOI PROVIDES ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION FOR STUDENTS ON THE CAMPUS OFFICERS MAMIE LOU PIPKIN President MILDRED DEASON Vice-President DOROTHY JOHNSON Secretary MARGARET HODGES Treasurer Providing recreation and entertainment for six hundred students is the task undertaken by the Recreation Association. It is the Association ' s purpose to promote friendship and college spirit among the students. These objects were accomplished by sponsoring intro-mural tournaments, planning week- end entertainments at the Field House, placing ping pong tables, and cards in the basements of the dormitories. The Association also furnished records for the record players in Tutwiler and the Tea House. A vital part in the student ' s life of play was token by the Recreation Association during the past year. MEMBERS OF THE RECREATION ASSOCIATION-First Row, Left to Right: Dottle Johnson, Margaret Hodges, Mamie Lou Pipkin, Mildred Deoson. Second Row: Alice Anderson, Ruth Golson. Purple Assistant Leader Frances Nybeck, ond Leader Mamie Lou Pipkin. THE PURPLE CABINET— First Row: Guilford, Connolly, Sovoge, Bornes. Second Row: Kohl, Neff, Peterson, Hopson, Walker, Priester, Anderson, Patterson, Davis. Third Row: Pipkin, Dillon, Porris, Rice, Baker, Korth, Kirkpatrick, Redden, Mcintosh, Nybeck. ealU p IIGHT From the beginning of College Night to the end the purples hod that " pep, the pep, the purple pep. " Once the cabinet was elected the writing crew immediately detached itself from the remainder of the cabinet and by the skin of their teeth met the one-week deadline for the stunt and drama scripts. The Staging Crew Adds Finishing Touches to Scenery for the Dramatization. Cheerleaders Denise Faucett and Sybil Griffin Get That " Purple Pep. " Bud Gets a Lecture From the Temperance Ladies. PURPLES At the scene shop able workers turned out pink elephants, bats, and fish. In the meantime the costume committee labored to disguise Purples as rabbits, fairies, and Biblical characters. The opening curtain of College Night rang up on the Purple dramotizaticn of two scenes based on I Corinthians 13:13 and telling the story of the mothers of Jesus and Judas Iscariot. " Four Roses or Bud is Wiser " signified the Purple stunt which showed the workings of an inebriated gentleman ' s mind. The Purples sang a lullaby to the youth of to- morrow as their slow song, and the blues of a darkie who wanted to sing as their pep song. And so the final curtain on College Night rang down en what the judges proclaimed a " Purple Col- lege Night. " Right: " Bud is Wiser " and Hops on the Water Wagon. Below; Bud is Besieged by Fantasies of His Alcoholic Brain 0A |aK:45iir4: imiiii Gold Cheerleaders Helen Hassler and Shirley Byrd Keep the Golds Cheering. The Golds ' Leaders: Sarah Snuggs and Alice Mayfield (] L L E G G Between the first " Yea Gold! " and the judges ' decision were four weeks of feverish activity for three hundred Golds. Musicians went about with furrowed brows, and writers paced floors in the pro- cess of turning out a stunt and a drama. Golds all over the campus turned out nightly to shout them- selves hoarse at pep meetings and to try out for parts in the productions. New costumes were whipped up, old ones remade, rehearsals carried on, and stage sets created simultaneously, while the business manager struggled to balance the Gold budget. Stage crews ro:e at five A. M., to hoist scenery about, while the entire Geld side poured into Falmer or Reynolds to practice the songs every day. Under the leadership of Alice Mayfield and Sarah Snuggs, the finished product of the Golds was ready for the big night. YOUNG BESS, the drama,was an account of an incident in the life of Eng- THE CABINET— First Row: Parsons Bryan, Rawlinson, Greenhill. Second Row: Mayfield, Baker, Pruet, Low ery, Gilbert, Deason, Gibbons, Ash Third Row, Standing: Snuggs, Ad cms, Hodges, Sharp, Ballard, Bel cher, Reynolds, Harrell, and Parrish Above: Painters Gibbons, Jones, and Gall Prepare the Set for " Young Bes . " Right: Costumers Fit and Stuff Charlotte Cook for " Henry VIM. " GOLDS land ' s great Queen Elizabeth, while the stunt, REVELATIONS OF RADAR or MOON ALIVE! dealt with life on the moon. The slow song was a lullaby with o rgan and violin ac- companiment, and the pep song was a mountaineer ballad. Right: Gold Prop Committee Lines Up to Set the Bon quet table in Lightning Quick Time. Lower Left: The Star-Menders Dance for the Mon-in-the-Moon. Lower Right: The Man-in-the-Moon and Tinkerton Listen to the Quartet ' s Rendition: " By the Light of the Silvery Moon. " mf As War-Workers, the Juniors of ' 45 Mob Palmer Hall Before the Seniors Arrive. ...aOOK It all started at neon In May 1945 when the lowly Juniors made their noisy and gaudy entrance into Palmer Hall garbed as war workers. Steel helmets, gay bandannas and slacks mingled with the somber caps and gowns of their majesties, the Seniors. Thus Crook convocation started Crook Week and the Juniors became " Troglodytes " (which signifies a lowly dweller of coves) at the mercy of the Seniors. With sore knees from kneeling before the Seniors, and aching backs from poking into every nook and cranny searching for the sacred symbol of Seniordom— the Crook —the Troglodytes obeyed commands and perfcrmed. Troglodytes Strike Contorted Po:es Below ' Troglodytes Coleman and Plant protest those swollen knees . . . Lower Left: The noose hangs near for six culprits at Crook Court . . . Lower Right: Dottie Johnson beams as she displays the Crook which she just found. WOK Skits, songs, dances and imper- sonations were presented for the entertainment of the dwellers of Tutwiler Hall. The highlight of these performances was May Day staged and produced in the amphi- theatre by the aforementioned Troglodytes. And it all ended at noon three days later when the crook was uncovered from the vines adorning the Library, and once again the Juniors resembled human beings and qained Senior status. Top: Iris Kirkpatrick Receives the Senior Class Pin and Ring From Sarah Denny at Crook Court. Cen- ter: " War-Worker " Cartwright gets " Bestowed " With a Gown as Crook Week Begins. Below: The " Beauty " Parade at May Day of Crook Week. " Dr. Trummie " Who Can Make Any Play Rehearsal An Exciting Experience. COLLEGE THEATRE " Strike set! " And people— girls to be exact— hurry frcm every corner cf the stage and auditorium to put up cr take dcwn scenery. This is the staging crew, an important unit in any College Theatre production depends. But other committees have been proved to be just as essential. These ore lighting, costum.e, make-up, and properties. Not to leave out prcbably the most indirpensable of all— there are the actresses who spend hours in rehearsing and more hours in learning lines. To see the Scene Shop with flats, trees, doors, stairs, nails, hammers, and paint scattered from the floor to the gallery is neces:ary to really appreciate the finished sets in all their glory. The College Theatre wardrobe, complete with historic, European and Oriental, and modern costumes is a pride of the College. The Theatre Council, composed of those who have taken port in the Theatre productions, assists Dr. Trumbauer, the director, as an ad- visory board. The chairmen cf the various committees ore chcsen frcm this council. Page 48 Models Display Representative Costumes From the College Theatre Wardrobe 1946 THEATRE COURSE: " THE IVORY DOOR. " " BLITHE SPIRIT. " " SEVEN SISTERS. " " NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH. " " THE GREAT BIG DOORSTEP. ' " THE PORTRAIT. " Right: Unwelcome Ghosts Pop Up From Nowhere in the Senior Class " Blithe Spirit. " Below: Marrying Off Seven Daughters is not Easy — As Shown in This Production by the Freshmen. " The Ivory Door " Dominates the Theme of the First Play of the Season FIRST ROW: Marie Brant- ley; Mildred Deoson. SEC- OND ROW: Carol Gordien; Jeanne Gibbons; Jennie Gra- ham. THIRD ROW: Sally Hodges; Jean Hopson; Eliza- beth Kelly. H II AMERICAN COLLEGES AND in VERSITIES FIRST ROW: Iris Kirkpatrick; Jimmie Lyn Littleton; Alice Mayfield. SECOND ROW: Martha Nell Rains; Frances Nybeck; Lila Rawlinson. WOMErS The many and varied sports activities which are made available at Alabama College form the fa- vorite recreation and relaxation for the students. Every student found some sport in which she could participate. An extensive sports program was provid- ed by the Physical Education Department and the Re- creation Association. In Physical Education classes every student engaged in play and sports at least twice a week. The Field House and the playing fields were the scenes of many sports during the year. Some of these activities were volley ball, tenniquoits, soccer, golf, tennis, badminton, archery, basketball, folk and social dancing. Peggy Neff Calls " Side Out " While " Canary " Anderson Watches With Amusement Archers Compare " Bull ' s Eyes " Perfect Equilibrium is Achieved By These Tumblers SPORTS Through intra-mural sports and in the form of to ' " °0 " sports and volley ball J ' " " ' q ° ' s ' • " 9s of L in ' ' ° " ° " ents, the basketball qq!,;, ' - ' on, and bersofpaytr ' " ' ° 9 " -- rears Proved Excting. Center: Modern Dancers Frolic Upon the Green. lot , lu ; s S " ' ' " ' ' " - ° ' - " i- quoits Senously. Lower Right: CaugKt Just in Time. ■ y iji I ssiff ' ■»Sr» »t. ' ' , Badminton, as Always, Popular Sport on the Campus. c ' M i T E f 1 L L Placed in the dormitories were ping pong tables where students might play off tournaments during leisure hours. During warm weather the swimming pool was filled with students in swimming class as well as with those who came for pleasure. Tennis courts were the most popular place of recreation on the campus, and the singles and doubles matches were a highlight of the sports year. Left: These Bathing Beauties Really Can Swim. Right: Life-Soving is on Important Part of the Student ' s Course. Left: The Hockey Teams of Nip and Pip Before the Big Game. Below; Hannah and Marie Finish Their Tennis Match on Good Terms. For the first time in over six years Hockey was played on the campus. An exciting game between Nip ' s and Pip ' s team drew interested spectators to witness this unusual and exciting sport. In the field of archery Alabama College archers excelled, placing first among Southern colleges in the na- tional women ' s archery tournament. Women ' s sports on the campus are made more enjoyable by the excellent facilities provided by the college for this necessary phase of college life. The Dance Group Performs at Christmas Vespers The ' 45 MONTAGE ' S come out and Jean Lake ' loves them There ' s more supervision than painting on this flat the " pause that refreshes " or there was more to the Senior Ball than dancing Purples on the nighf of February 23rd Farrah charmed by charming Igor Gorm i Rains charges Caroline Barfield with her new duties Dr. Ackerley and the twins Their mothers attended ye Alma Mater The refreshment table always holds Interest— here, the Student Government reception Troglodytes perform for their supper ' this Dance-weary Seniors " sit ' one out !!«••••«»• ' • ' t_a»« a« «» tUe - ctt» etta«»8 tt ep iftCC fotf tfce €- - ' - e U CLASS 4 1948 The Senior Class, the Class of 1946, has the distinction of being the fiftieth class to graduate from Alabama College. Graduating classes over the fifty years have been proud to go out from here to make their way. Each woman has had an opportunity to serve her state and nation. We feel that this class on the golden anniversary of Alabama College has a special opportunity. And it is with hope and faith that we look forward to a future of peace after three years of our college career spent in wartime. The promise of a golden future is here as we remember the sun ' s rays pointing upward toward peace from behind the clouds on the day that victory was won. Poge 65 Ike sEiioR uins During the past four years many changes have taken place in the world around us. A war was begun and ended and peace was the hope of all. In the lives of the Seniors of 1946 many changes have taken place since they entered college life in 1942. They have passed through the trials of Orientation and five-hour History, or the Sophomore exams and the class play. There come the days as Juniors, and the " Troglaydytes " learned the true meaning of cooperation when they searched for the Crook. Then the four years of schoolwork were climaxed as the girls entered the sacred domicile of Tutwiler and suddenly found themselves responsible for the major organizations of the campus. Caps and gowns were donned and the Seniors assumed the roles of leadership. OFFICERS IRIS KIRKPATRICK (left) President MARJORIE RABUN Vice-President LORENE ANDREWS Secretary ELSIE MERLE SHARP Treasurer Page 67 UABilMl COLLEGE ' S IN 1893 SOL D. BLOCH INTRODUCED A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING COLLEGE ADAMS, BETTY GWENDOLYN, Leeds,- B.S., Secre- tarial science; Birmingham-Southern College, 1; Y.W.C.A., 4; Publications Board, 4; The ALABAMIAN, Business Manager, 4; The MONTAGE, Typist, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Secretarial Club, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 2, 3, Secretary, 4; College Night, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4,- May Day, 2; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 4; Sis-Major, 3, 4; Westminster State Conference, 3 . . . ADKINS, WALKER WY- NELLE, Bremen; B.S., Institutional Management; Berry College, 1, 2; Dietetics Club, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4 , . . ALLEN, MAUDE ELIZABETH, Birmingham; B.M., Voice; Recreation Association, 3; The ALABAMIAN, 1, 2; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, A- Glee Club, 1; Librarian, 2, 3; Westminster Fellcvship, 2, 3;, Council, 4; Ccllene Night, 1, Usher, 3, A- Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, A- Glee Clubtrips, 2, 3, 4 . . . ANDERSON, ANN, Bessemer; A.B., Speech; Senate, 4; Bublicaticns Board, 4; The MONTAGE, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 3; Pi Kappa Delta, 3, 4; Zeto Phi Eta, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Fire Lieutenant, 1; Debate Tournament, 3; Intra-Mural Discussion, 1; Theatre Council, 3, 4; Na- tional Collegiate Players, 4. Miss Kalmer Makes the Study of Hygiene Pleasant or is it a Joke She Told? ANDERSON, EDYTHE C, Montevallo; B.M., School Music . . . ANDREWS, MARTHA JEANETTE, We- tumpka; B.S., Biology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 4; The ALABAM- IAN, 3, 4; Biology Club, 3, Treasurer, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Orientation, Summer, 2 . . . ANDREWS, PATRICIA LORENE, East Tallassee; A.B., Sociology; Recreation Association, 4; Class Sec- retary, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2; Sociology Club, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, A- Elite Night, 2, 4; Orienta- tion, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, Summer, 3; Sports, 4; Ala- bama Players, 4 . . . APPLETON, SYLVIA, Monte- vallo; B.S., Secretarial Science; Senate, 4; The ALA- BAMIAN, Advertising Manager, 3; Dance Group, 3, Secretary, A- College Night, 1, 3, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Honor Roll, 3. ASH, MIRIAM VIRGINIA, Dahlonega, Go.; B.S., Secretarial Science; North Georgia College, 1, 2; Y.W.C.A., 3, 4; President ' s Council, A- Secretarial Club, 3, President, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 3, Vice- President, 4; Pi Tau Chi, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 3, Council, 4; College Night, 3, Cabinet, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; State Methodist Student Conference, 3, 4 . . . AUTREY, JOY BLANCHE, Greenville; B.S., Institutional Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Recreation Associa- tion, 3; Dietetics Club, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 3; Sports, 3 . . . BALLARD, CAROLYN ELIZABETH, Alexander City; B.S., Home Economics; Student Government, Summer, 2, 3; President ' s Council, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1,2, 3, President, 4; B.S.U., 1; College Night Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 4; Fire Captain, 3, 4 . . . BELCHER, GILA, Lourel Hill, Flo.; B.S., Physical Education; Recreation Association, 1, 2, 3; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Biology Club, 1; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 4; May Day, 3; Orientation, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 2, 3. Page 68 GlaM al J llneteen Ji ' i4A (lAe(i a4 (i ani -i ui ADAMS ADKINS ALLEN A. ANDERSON E. ANDERSON J. ANDREWS L. ANDREWS APPLETON ASH AUTREY BALLARD BELCHER Page 69 U Alii Mil COLLEGE ' S IN 1896 EIGHTY DOLLARS PAID THE EXPENSES FOR THE ENTIRE SESSION HERE BENNETT, MARGARET KING, Goshen; A.B., Soci- ology; Sociology Club, 4; B.S.U., 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Troy State Teachers ' College, 1,2... BLALOCK, DOROTHY NELL, Clonton; B.S., Secretarial Science; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4 . . . BRADLEY, JULE; Enterprise; A.B., Sociology; Student Government, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A,, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 4; The- atre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4; Glee Club Trip, 3 . . . BRANTLEY, MARIE WYNONAH, Excel; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3; President ' s Council, 1; Chair- man and President of Class, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; International Relations Club, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 4; Religious Ccuncil, 3; Church of Christ Bible Class, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Sports, 1; Usher Committee, 4. BRYAN, KATHERINE MARIAGNES, Clanton; B.M., Voice; The ALABAMIAN, 3; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Singer ' s Club, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; National Collegiate Flayers, 3, Secretary, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1; College Night, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Represented College in Off-Campus Voice Recitals, 2, 4 . . . BUNTLEY, VIRGINIA DARE, Huntsville; B.S., Institutional Home Economics; Presi- dent ' s Council, 4; Dietetics Club, 3, President, 4; Ivol Spofford Club, 3, Vice-President, 4; Westminster Fel- lowship, 2, 3; Orientation, 4 . . . CAMPBELL, ANN, Langdale; A.B., Elementary Education; Student Gov- ernment, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; The ALABAMIAN, 4; Association for Childhocd Education, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; B.S.U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1,2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 4 . . . GARDEN, WILLADEAN, Montevallo; B.S., Home Economics. STUDYING— This is to Prove That We Do Prepare Our Lessons, Teacher COLBURN, MARGARET, Greensboro; B.S., Biology . . . COLEMAN, SARA LEE, Decatur; A.B., Sociology; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alabama Players, 4 . . . COMER, EVELYN LOUISE, Selmo; A.B., Sociology; Senate, 2, 3, 4; President ' s Council, 4; The MONTAGE, Business Manager, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Theatre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2, 4 . . . CZESKBLA, VERNA COTTON, Chatom; A.B., Sociology; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Colleeg Night, 1, 2, 3. Page 70 GlaA6. oi hlmeteevi JliA JAed and ad f-Ua. BENNETT BRYAN COLBURN BLALOCK BUNTLEY COLEMAN BRADLEY CAMPBELL COMER BRANTLEY CARDEN CZESKBLA Page 71 UABilMil COLLEGE ' S THE DRESS UNIFORM WAS MADE OF NAVY BLUE CASHMERE Ih DEAN, RUTH ALLENE, Blount Springs,- A.B., Soci- ology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Recreation Association, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2; Sociology Club, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, Summer, 3; Sports, 2, 3, 4 , . . DEASON, MILDRED, America; B.S., Physical Education; Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 3; Recreation Association, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club, 2; Inter- national Relations Club, 4; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club, 1; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Religious Council, 4; College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, I, 2, 3, 4; Sports, 2, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Clinic, Auburn, 4 . . . DILLARD, ANNIE RIVES, Birmingham; B.S., Mathematics; Stu- dent Government, Summer, 3; Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; President ' s Council, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U., 3; College Night, 2, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 . 7 . EIDSON, MARY EARLE, Fort Deposit; B.S., Chemistry. LUNCHROOM— Home Economics Students Put into Practice Wiiat They ' ve Studied About Foods E SESSION HERE EZEKIEL, MARGARET LaVOi cNES, Clanton; B.M., tory. Sociology; Student Gov iabgnna Players, 3, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2; Secretarial CI. dgg b, 1, 2, 3, 4; 2, 3, 4; Religious Council, 4; J 3 4. Kappa Delta Chairman, 4; Orientation, 3; yg s, 3, Secretary, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 1; Fire Coptairiggg ight, 2, Cabinet, SYLVIA JANE, Lillian; A.B., . Orientation. 4: Honor Association for Childhood Education, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2; Ivol Spoffcrd Club, 1; B.S.U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3 . . . RANCHER, ANNIE L., Montevallo; A.B., Elementary Education . . . FASON, JEAN, Aliceville; A.B., Scciolcgy. FITE, BEVERLY JEAN, Dahlcnega, Go.; B.S., Retail Economics; North Georgia College, 1, 2; President ' s Council, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 3, 4; Retail Club, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; College Night, 4; Orienta- tion, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 4 . . . FOSHEE, LOIS, Red Level; B.S., Home Economics; Recreation Associa- tion, 4; Publications Board, 3; Dietetics Club, 3, Vice- President, 4; Ivol Spoffcrd Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club, 3; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 4 . . . FRENCH, HAZEL RUTH, Horton; B.S., Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 1; International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U., 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4 . . . GALL, JACQUELINE, Constantine, Mich.; B.S., Physical Education; Y.W.C.A., 4; Recreation Association, 3, 4; Biology Club, 2; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3; Social Chairman, 4; Colleeg Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2; International Relations Club, 4. Page 72 QlaM al Ameteen cJluna ied and ani -U DEAN EZEKIEL FITE DEASON FAIRCLOTH FOSHEE DILLARD FANCHER FRENCH EIDSON FASON GALL Page 73 ILjiBilMl COLLEGTS ALABAMA COLLEGE STARTED THE GRANTING OF DEGREES IN THE YEAR 1924 GAMBLE, ZELDA GRACE, Remlap; B.S., Home Eco- ncmics; Dietetics Club, 3, 4; Ivol Spaffcrd Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U., 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3; College Night, 1,2, 3, 4; Sports, 1,2 . . . GARDIEN, CAROL, Birmingham; A.B., Liberal Arts, English and History; Senate, 3; President ' s Council, 4; Publications Board, Secretary, 3, 4; ALABAMIAN, 1, Assistant Editor, 2, Managing Editor, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4; Class Secre- tary, 2; Glee Club, 1, 3; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Gold Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4; Fire Captain, 2; Fire Lieutenant, 2; Institute of World Affairs, Salis- bury, Conn., Summer of ' 45, 3; Intramural Discu:sion Tcurnament, 4; Glee Club Trip to Florida, etc., 2 . . . GIBBONS, JEANNE, Prattville; A.B., Art; Sen- ate, 1, 2; Y.W.C.A., 2; Recreation Association, 3 President ' s Council, 3, President, 4; Class President 3 Dance Group, 3, 4; Art Club, 1, 2, 3; Kappa Pi, 3, 4 Lambda Sigm.a Pi, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; College Night, 1, Cabinet, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; May Day, 2; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities, 4; Orientaticn, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 3, 4; Sports, 1; Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4 . . . GOLSON, RUTH, Prattville; B.S., Health and Physical Education; Senate, 1, 2, 4; Recreation Association, Treasurer, 3, 4; Biology Club, 1, 2; Physical Edu- cation Club, 2, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Fi, Secretary, 4; Pi Tau Chi, Secretory-Treasurer, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, Council, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4; FRENCH CLASS— Lktening to records helps with the French Accent. Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman Student Section, Ala- bama Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, 3, 4; Convention of American Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation, St. Louis, Mo., 4. GRAHAM, JENNIE LOUISE, Coden; B.S., Physical Education; Student Government, 2; Recreational Asso- ciation, 1, 2, 3; Dance Group, 4; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; May Day 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 4; Orien- tation, 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 2, 4; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; House President, 2 . . . GRISHAM, BETTY VERONA, Alhens; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; ALABAMIAN, 2; Sociology Club, 1; International Relations Club, 3; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Sports, 2, 3; Alabama Players, 4 . . . HALL, ANNA COBB, Dothan; B.S., Home Economics; Senate, 1, 3, 4; Presi- dent ' s Council, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Fi, President, 4; Omicron Nu, 4; B.S.U., 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2; Honor Roll, 1,2, 3, 4 . . . HAMPTON, MARTHA, Dohlonega, Ga.; A.B., Sociology; North Georgia College, 1, 2; Y.W.C.A., 3, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4. HARRELSON, LORENE, Talladega; A.B., Elementary Eductaion; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Child- hood Education, 1 , 2 3, Vice-President, 4; Spanish Club, 1; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports 1 . . . HEALD, MARTHA, Attollo; B.S., Secretarial Science . . . HESTER, GV ENDOLYN, Centre; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Biology Club, 1; International Relations Club, 2, 3; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4; Span- ish Club, 1; B.S.U., 1; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports, 2, 3, 4 . . . HIXON, ANNETTE, Banks; B.S., Physical Education; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Recreation Association, 2, Secretary, 3, 4; President ' s Council, 3; Biology Club, 2; International Relations Club, 4; Physical Education Club, 1, Secretary-Treasurer, 2, President, 3, 4; Pi Tou Chi, Vice-President, 4; Wesley Foundation Coun- cil, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 2; Fire Lieutenant, 3; College Summer Service Group, New York, 3; Na- tional Physical Education Convention, St. Louis, 4; State Physical Education Meeting, 4. Page 74 Qla6.d al l lmeteeH JiaHci ed and aniif-U GAMBLE GRAHAM HARRELSON GARDIEN GRISHAM HEALD GIBBONS HALL HESTER GOLSON HAMPTON HIXON Page 75 ALABilMji OULLEGE ' S DR. HARMAN BECAME THE PRESIDENT OF ALABAMA COLLEGE IN YEAR 1935 HODGES, SALLY, Ashville,- B.S., Secretarial Science; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Recreation Association, 4; President ' s Council, 4; Publications Board, 3, Chair- man, 4; MONTAGE, Business Manager, 3; Secre- tarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 3, President, 4; College Night, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4,- Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports, Tennis Champion, 2, 3; Fire Captain, 2, 3; Usher ' s Club, 4 . . . HOLCOMB, WINNIE OPHELIA, Centre; B.S., Home Econcmics; Y.W.C.A., 3, 4; Dietitics Club, 1, Vice- President, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 3; Fire Lieutenant, 2 . . . HOLLIS, FEGGY, Sulligent; B.S., Home Eco- nomics . . . HOPSON, MARY JEAN, Birmingham; A.B., Sociology, Mathematics; Student Government, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; President ' s Council, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, Vice-President, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3, 4, 5; Lambda Sigma Pi, Presi- dent, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; May Day, 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. HULL, RUTH ELLEN,, Oneonto; B.S., Institutional Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3; Dietetics Club, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, Librarian, 3, Treasurer, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, ART— Ducks for the Kiddies 1, 2, 3; College Night, 2, 3; May Day, 2 . . . HUNDLEY, MARJORIE, Gadsden; B.S., Biology; Y.W.C.A., 4; Class Vice-President, 2; Biology Club, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1, 2, 3; Fire Lieutenant, 1, 2, 3, Air Raid Warden, 1. . . . JOHNSON, DOROTHY, Greensboro; B.S., Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Recreation Association, Sec- retary, 4; President ' s Council, 4; Class Treasurer, 3; Dance Group, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4; Glee Club, 1; Secretarial Club, 2, 3, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 3 . . . KELLY, ELIZABETH, Selmo; A.B., History; Senate, 1, 2; Y.W.C.A., President Freshman Council, 1, Cabinet, 2, 3, 4; ALABAMIAN, Advertis- ing Manager, 4; MONTAGE, 3; Class Secretary, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2; International Relations Club, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellow- ship, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2; Fire Chief, 4; Honor Roll, 1. KIRKPATRICK, IRIS, Underwood; A.B., Speech; Auburn, 1; Senate, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 2, 3; President ' s Council, 4; Class President, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; National Collegiate Players, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 4; Zeta Phi Eta, 3, Treasurer, 4; B.S.U., 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; College Night, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orienta- tion, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; Debate, Theatre Council, 3, 4 . . . LAKE, ILA JEAN, Marion; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 1; College Theatre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Sports, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 3 . . . LAWLEY, LYDIA BRIDGES, Montevallo; A.B., Elementary Education; President ' s Council, 4; Association for Childhood Education, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Westminster Fel- lowship, 1, 2; Honor Roll, 3, 4 . . . LEWIS, LULA MOOR, Pleasant Hill; A.B., Sociology; Student Gov- ernment, 4; Y.W.C.A., 3, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4; Art Club, 1, Treasurer, 2; Kappa Pi, 3, Secretary- Treasurer, 4; B.S.U., 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 1, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Fire Captain, 2; Usher, 4. Page 76 Qla6A ajj- J meteen cJipiM(in.e(i and aniif-U HODGES HCLCOMB HOLLIS HOPSON HULL HUNDLEY JOHNSON KELLY KIRKPATRICK LAKE LAWLEY LEWIS Page 77 ALlBAMil COLLEGE ' S IN 1928 COLLEGE WAS ADMITTED TO ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES LITTLETON, JIMMIE LYN, Birmingham; B.S., Secre- tarial Science; Student Government, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A,. 3; President ' s Council, Treasurer, 4; Class Treasurer, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2, Assistant Business Manager, 3, President, 4; Secretarial Club, I, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4; B.S.U., 1, 2; College Night, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Usher, 3; House President, 4; Singer ' s Club, 3, 4 . . . MACINTOSH, MARY ALICE, Mobile; B.S., Physical Education; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; ALABAM- lAN, 3; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; Ivol Spafford Club, 1; Physical Education Club, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, Council, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 4; Spcrts, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 2; Fire Lieutenant, 1; Theatre Council, 3, 4 . . , CHASE, GERAIDINE MASTERSON, Decatur; A.B., Sociology . . . MAY- FIELD, ALICE, Selma; A.B., Speech; Senate, 1, 2, 4, Vice-President, 3; President ' s Council, 3, 4; IV.ON- TACE, 3, Editor, A- Alabama Flayers, 2, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2, President, 3; Alpha Lambda Delta, I, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 3, 4; Notional Collegiate Flayers, 3, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 2, 4, President, 3; Zeta Phi Eta, 2, Secretary, 3, 4; Westminster Fellow- POULTRY CLASS— The Handling and Preparation of Poultry is Part of the Work of These Girls Who Seem to be Enioying it All ship. Treasurer, 2; College Night, 1, Cabinet, 2, 3, Leader, 4; Elite Night, 4; May Day, 2; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orienta- tion, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Tournament, Jackson, Mississippi, 2. McCRACKEN, MARTHA DAN, Birmingham; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 2, 3; ALABAMIAN, 2, 3; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2; Dietetics Club, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club, 2; Wesley Foundation, 1; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports, 1 . . . McCREARY, NETA, Brooklyn; A.B., History . . . McDONALD, LUCIE, Birmingham; A.B., Art; Y.W.C.A., 4; Presi- dent ' s Council, 4; Dance Group, 2, Physical Edu- cation Club, 1, 2; Art Club, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 3, 4; Kappa Pi, President, 4; Westminster Fellow- ship, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2; SnQr.ts,.L2;Jire Captain, 3 . . . METCALF, HELEN, Auburn, 1; Senate, 3, 4; Y.Wance. Council, 4; Class President, 4; Speech Chorus, 2, 3; Kappa D Collegiate Players, 3, 4; Pi Ka Eta, 3, Treasurer, 4; B.S.U., 2, C Night, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite B.S., Heme Economics in American Colleges and Urcg gelmo; B.S., Heme tion, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; De, ' „ , , ' „ 3, 4 . . . LAKE, ILA JEAN, M. ' Spafford Club, 1, 2, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Alabama ; Fire Captain, 4 . . . Club, 2, 3, 4; Sociology ClubB.S., Home Economics; Club, 1; College Theatre Coum ALABAMIAN, 2, 3, 4; Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation- ff j i , 2, 3, Lieutenant, 3 . . . LAWl „ . . k, o k X II A D ni ■. , o, 4; Omicron Nu, o, Montevallo; A.B., Elementary ' ' ' ' ' roiinril. 4: Association for Chi ' a Epsilon, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Orienta- tion, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 4; Lire Lieutenant, 3 . . . MOORER, MARGIE STEEN, Hayneville; B.M., School Music; Calkins Music Club, 1,2, 3, 4; Dance Group, 4; Glee Club, 1; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 3, 4. Page 78 QlaM al Ameteen JiiAMcl ied and a tif-Ux LITTLETON MaclNTCSH VlcCRACKEN McCREARY L. MILLER O. MILLER CHASE McCON-SLD MOODY MAYFIFLD METCALF MOORFR Fcge 79 n it B I M it COLLEGE ' S IN 1916 SIX HUNDRED FOURTEEN STUDENTS WERE ENROLLED AT THIS SCHOOL NYBECK, FRANCES LOUISE, Montevallo, A.B., So- ciology; Senate, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; President ' s Council, 4; MONTAGE, 2; Glee Club, 3, 4; Orches- tra, 1, Secretary-Treasurer, 2; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 4; B.S.U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, Assistant Leader, 4; Elite Night, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Alabama Players, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . PARRISH, HELEN, Clanton; A.B., Speech; President ' s Council, 3, 4; Publications Beard, 4; ALABAMIAN, 4; MONTAGE, Arsociate Editor, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2, 3; National Collegiate Players, Secre- tary, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Zeta Phi Eta, 2, President, 3, 4; College Niciht, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Debate Team, 2; Author of ALABAMA WOMAN ' S FACE, 3 . . . PARSONS, EVELYN Z., Hobbs Island; B.S., Heme Econcmics; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; President ' s Council, 4; ALABAMIAN, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spaf- ford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Religious Council, Vice-President, 4; College Night, 2; Elite Night, 2, 3; May Day, 2; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2; Usher, 4; Westminster State Meeting, 3 . . . PETERSON, HELEN, Selma; B.S., Physical Education. PIPKIN, MAMIE LOU, Bay Minette; B.S., Physical Education; Student Government, 2; Recreation Asso- ciation, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; President ' s REGISTRATION— One Activity Which We All Must Go Through Twice in a Year Council, 4; Class Vice-President, 3; Biology Club, 1, 2; Dance Group, 3, 4; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 1, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3; College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, Leader, 4; Elite Night, 3; Sportswoman, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 1 , 2, 3; Usher, 3, 4 . . . PLANT, REBECCA ALLYN, East Tallas ee, A.B.; Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Sociolcay Club, 2, 3, A-. College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3. 4; ' rorts, 4 . . . POWELL, EARLENE, Clanton; B. .. Secretarial Science . . . PRUET, ANN LEE, A ' hland; B.S., Home Economics; Student Governmert, 3; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; ALABAMIAN, 1; Ivol Spaffcrd CWh, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 4; Glee Club, 4; B.S.U., 1, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 4; Or entoticn, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. RABUN, MARJCRIE, Mobile; A.B - Fnglish; Brb Jones College, 1; Senate, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 3, 4; ALABAMIAN, A- Closs Vice-President, ; Glee Club, 2; International Relations Club, 4; Koppa Delta Pi, Treasurer, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; Fire Chief, Assistant, 4 . , . RAINS, MARTHA NELL, Gadsden; B.M., Voice; Stu- dent Government, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Y.W.C.A., 3; President ' s Council, 2, A-. Class Secre- tary, 1, President, 2; Calkins Music Club, 1, Treas- urer, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, Business Manager, 3, 4; Singer ' s Club, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Elite Night, 2, 3; " Mis- Alabama College, " 4; Mav Dav, 1, 2; Who ' s Who in American Ccllepes and Univers ' ties, 4; Ori- entation, 2, 3, 4 Usher, 3; Representative to Confer- ence of Southern Students, 4 . . . RAWLINSON, LILA, Prattville; A.B., English; Senate, 3; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, Council, 4; President ' s Council, 4; ALABAMIAN, 2, Associate Editor, 3, 4; Delta Phi Alpha, 3, President, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, President, 3, State President, 3, 4; College Night, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Fire Captain, 2; Y.W.C.A., President ' s School, Columbia Univer ' itv, New York, Summer, 1945; Sou- thern Association Teachers of Speech and Grand Eastern Speech Tournaments, 2 . . . REYNOLDS, MARY ALICE, Greenville; A.B., Elementary Education; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3; Association for Childhood Edu- cation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; College Night, 1, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 2; Sis Major, 2. Page 80 GlaU al AmeteeH Ji-umi eci cmd adf-6A c NYBECK PIPKIN RABUN PARRISH PLANT RAINS PARSONS POWELL RAWLINSON PETERSON PRUET REYNOLDS Page i ALlKAMil COLLEGE ' S COMER HALL WAS COMPLETED IN THE YEAR OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY ROBINSON, MARTHA FRANCES, Montgomery; A.B., History; Y.W.C.A., 1; Glee Club,. 1, 2; Mu Delta Alpha, 2; May Day, 2; Orientation, 2, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Captin, 4 . . . RODGERS, CAROLYN, Fairfield; B.S., Biology . . . RUDOLPH, MILDRED, Athens; A.B., Retail Economics; Athens College, 1; Y.W.C.A., 2; Junior Forum, President, 3; President ' s Council, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3; Ivol Spofford Club, 2, 3, 4; Retail Club, 2, President, 3, Vice-President, 4; Omicron Nu, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Elite Night, 2; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4 . . . SCAR- BOROUGH, MARY ALLENE, Anniston; A.B., History; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; The ALABAMIAN, 1; Inter- national Relations Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4. Chairman, 4 , , . SIMS, LAVERNE, Renfroe; B.S., Secretarial Science; Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, 1; Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; The ALA- BAMIAN, 3; The MONTAGE, 4; Secretarial Club, 2, 3, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 3, Vice-President, 4; B.S.U., 2, Council, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Captain, 4; President ' s School, Columbia University, New York, Summer, 1945 . . . ROGUE, ELOISE SMITH, Trenton; B.S., Chemistry; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 1 . . . fNUGGS, JOANNA, Selmo; B.S., Home Economics; Student Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; President ' s Council, 4; Class Offices, President Freshman Commission, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; Singer ' s Club, 3, 4; Ivol Spofford Ckb, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Omicron Nu, 3, President, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Theatre Council, 3, 4. SHARP, ELSIE MERLE, Pine Hill; B.S., Home Eco- nomics; Student Government, 3; Class Treasurer, 4; Glee Club, 1; Ivol Spofford Club, Social Chairman, 3, 4; Orchestra, 3; B.S.U., 1, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 1, 3, 4; Usher, 3, TENNIQUOITS GAME-A Perfect Catch as the Freshmen Wax Enthusiastic in Physical Education SNUGGS, SARAH JOHN, Selmo; B.M., Piano; Student Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1; Recreation Association, 3; President ' s Council, 1, 4; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, Secretary, 3, 4; Singer ' s Club, 3, 4; Orchestra, 3, 4 Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Koppo Delta Pi, 3 Historian, 4; Lambda Sigrro Pi, Vice-President, 4 College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, Assistant Leader, 4 Elite Night, Musician, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 3 Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4 . . . SOUTHERLAND, NELL, R., Mobile; B.S., Secretarial Science; Student Senate, Treasurer, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Elite Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 3 . . . STELZMAN, CAROLYN, Tuscalocso; B.S., Home Economics . . . STEWART, HANNAH, Marion; A.B., Art. Page 82 Qla6A ajj ' llHeieen Jiiuui ied and ad j -U ROBINSON RODGERS RUDOLPH SCARBOROUGH SHARP SIMS POGUE J. SNUGGS S. SNUGGS SOUTHERLAND STELZMAN STEWART Page 83 alibamji colleges ALABAMA COLLEGE HAS HAD FIVE PRESIDENTS SINCE IT WAS ORGANIZED THORNTON, BELVA MARIE, Berry; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; The ALABAMIAN, 1, 2, 3; Inter- national Relations Club, 1, 2, 3; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . TOWNSEND, MARY ANN, Mobile; B.S., Secretarial Science; Student Senate, 3; Y.W.C.A., 1, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 3, Secretary, 4; College Night, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Chairman Auditorium Committee Career Conference, 4 . . . UPSHAW, SARA VIRGINIA, Birmingham; A.B., Ele- mentary Education; Howard College, 1; Association for Childhood Education, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Theatre Council, 4; B.S.U., 2, State B.S.U. Officer, 3, President, 4; Retligious Council, 4; College Night 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 3, 4, B.S.U. Conventions, 1 , 3, 4 . . . VINSON, DORA FRANCES, Louisville; B.S., Secretarial Science Y.W.C.A., 1, 4; The ALABAMIAN, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, Secretary, 4; College Night 3, 4; Orientation, 2; Honor Roll, 2, 4. VIRGINIA BRIDGES, Montevallo; A.B., Mathematics; President ' s Council, 4; The MONTAGE, 2; Glee Club, 3, Secretary, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Secretarial Club, 1; Speech Chorus, 2; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, President, 4; Religious Coun- cil, 4; College Night, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Delegate to State Methodist Student Movement, 2, 3, 4; Delegate to National Movement, Urbana, Illinois, 4 . . . WEISS, HELEN MAE, Lincoln; B.S., Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 1, 4; Secretarial Club, 4; B.S.U., 1, Council, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2; B.S.U. Convention, 4 . . . WEST, MIRIAM FLEMISTER, Birmingham; B.S., Physical Edu- cation; University of Alabama, 1, 2; Student Senate, 4; Recreation Association, 4; President ' s Council, 4; Physical Education Club, 3, President, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Sports, 3, 4. WALKER, AMANDA MARIE, Cragford; B.S., Sevre- tarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; Secre- tarial Club, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; B.S.U., 1, 2, 4; College Night, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 2, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 4; Hall Chairman, 4 . . . WEEMS, FOREIGN LANGUAGES-The Study of French is Mode More Interesting When Students Con Talk to a Real Frenchman: Monsieur Dupont WHORTON, FRANCES, Gadsden; B.S., institutional Home Economics; Dietetics Club, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spaf- ford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3; Elite Night, 4; May Day, 2; Orientation, 4; Sports, 1, 2; Fire Lieutenant, 4 . . . WIKLE, MARGARET, Talladega; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 2; Dietetics Club, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4 . . . WILHITE, ELIZABETH SUE, Birmingham; B.S., Mathematics; Glee Club, 3; International Relations Club, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2, 3, Secretary, 4; B.S.U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . WOOD, ANNE, Marion; B.S., Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 1,3... WOOD, NEIL, Huntsville; B.S., Biology . . . WOODFIN, FRANCES MAR- CELLA, Uniontown; A.B., Sociology; Student Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet, 3, 4, President ' s Council, 3, 4; The MONTAGE, Assistant Editor, 4; Sociology Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 3, 4; Relig- ious Council, President, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Hall Chairman, 2; Hall Proctor, 4; Sports, 1 . Page 84 GlaM al J lli4eteeH JianJAed cund aniij -i i THORNTON WEEMS WILHITE TOWNSEND WEISS UPSHAW WEST VINSON WHORTON WALKER WIKLE WOODFIN Page 85 Vke J HI I OR CLASS A reputation gained by tradition of being the " Jolly " Juniors was upheld by the Class of 1947, for they were gay and happy-go-lucky, planning pranks to play on their superiors, the Seniors. They followed another tradition, that of stealing the Crook, case and all from Tufwiler, and of raiding Tut while its occupants dined at a banquet. However, theirs was not all tricks and pranks, for the Juniors had their serious moments and showed to all that they were possessed with great capabilities. In the organizations they held positions of im- portance and made invaluable contributions in many activities. Dramatic abilities were proved in their unusual play production " The Night of January 16th, " and their social aptness in another of their successful ventures, the Junior Prom. This year the Juniors proved that as Seniors next year they will go on to more success in their duties. OFFICERS ADDIE LOU PARRIS . . President MAYO BAKER , , Vice-President KATHERINE MAY . . Secretary MERLE LUNSFORD . Treasurer Addie Lou Parris, Mayo Baker Kj , Kotherine May, Merle Lunsford 1 Albreast Anderson D. Baker M. Baker Bollard Barfield Barnes Barr Eenson Blackburn Blue Boswell Brannon Brantley Brotherton Causey Chavez Cheope Clayton demons Cog ' e Collins Cook Crane Crawford Crook Crowell Daniel e J i] I I R s THE FIRST COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES WERE HELD HERE ON MAY 27, 1897 ALBREAST, CLARA , Home Economics ANDERSON, ALICE . , . Wes Art BAKER, DOROTHY Eufaula Institutional Economics BAKER, MAYO Montevallo Music Costleberry nt, Georgia CLAYTON, CLEMONS, HELEN Speech ALICE R. Home Economics Montevallo Cullman BALLARD, JULIANNE .... Alexander City Biology BARFIELD, CAROLINE Birmingham Sociology BARNES, VIRGINIA . . Art BARR, SARAH . . Physical Education Montevallo Montevallo BENSON, DAUN Mathematics BLACKBURN, NELL Birmingham Gurley Home Economics BLUE, EVELYN Elementary Education BOSWELL, JEAN Secretarial Science Montgomery Geneva BRANNON, BETTY Birmingham Sociology BRANTLEY, LOUISE , . Secretarial Science BROTHERTON, BETTY . . . . Monroeville Cherokee Home Economics CAUSEY, IMAELL Birmingham Home Economics CHAVEZ, MERCEDES Managua, Nicaragua Home Economics CHEAPE, KATHLEEN Greensboro English Page 89 COGLE, JANE Dixon ' s Mills Sociology COLLINS, MARY E Gallion Medical Technology COOK, CHARLOTTE Decatur Secretarial Science CRANE, SARAH E. . ... Birmingham English CRAWFORD, FAHAN Akron Home Economics CROOK, HEATON Heflin Sociology CROWELL, BETTY . Bluefield, West Virginia Chemistry DANIEL, VIRGINIA . ... Pine Level Home Economics Intramural Discussion— Eosf Main Displays the Trophy Won In the Discusion Tournament Mabel Davis Mildred Davis P. Davis Dees DeVaughan Dillon Dixon Earnest Edge Ellis Parish Faucett Franke Gaddy Garner Gauntt Gibson Gilbert Gordon Goree Grace Grider Hardee Harris Hassler Motley Havens Hatton " k e J I] I 1 R S REYNOLDS HALL WAS ERECTED IN THE YEAR EIGHTEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-ONE DAVIS, MABEL . Greensboro GORDON, NANCY , Akron, Ohio Secretarial Science Physical Education DAVIS, MILDRED . Chapman GOREE, LENNIE SUE ... Prattville Secretarial Science Art, History DAVIS, PEGGY , . . . Montevallo Art DEES, MURIEL Finchburg Sociology GRACE, ELSIE . , Jasper Secretarial Science GRIDER, FAYE Andalusia Biology DeVAUGHAN, EDITH Lineville HARDEE, MARY L. , . Evergreen Secretarial Science Home Economics DILLON, MARION Auburn HARRIS, VIRGINIA Athens, Tennessee Liberal Arts Art DIXON, RUNELLE Thomaston Elementary Education EARNEST, DOLORES Cool Valley Chemistry HASSLER, HELEN Birmingham Home Economics HATLEY, CATHERINE Gadsden Sociology EDGE, SARAH Wadley HAVENS, MARY Alexander City Home Economics Mathematics, Chemistry ELLIS, MARY Castleberry HATTON, ANNA Montgomery Home Economics ■ English FARRISH, ANITA . Thomaston Secretarial Science FAUCETT, DENISE Northport Medical Technician i FRANKE, BETTY Birmingham Mathematics GADDY, GLORIA Gadsden Secretarial Science GARNER, BERNELL Birmingham Secretarial Science GAUNTT, ELLA R ffee Springs Sociology Golf— Maude Elizabeth Allen Concentrates on the Ball While the Other Golfers Wonder If It ' ll Be a Hole-in-One GIBSON, HILDA GILBERT, FRANKLEE Music English Page 91 tsirrrlingRjjrfi Prattville Henderson Herrod Hodges Holcombe Howe Hubbert Hutchison Jernigon B. Jones M. Jones P. Jones S. Jones Kershaw Kohl Korth LeCompte Leeman LeVert Lowery Lunsford Marik Marshall Martin Mason Maxwell (Coin) W. F. Maxwell May McKay Vke J IJ M li S THE FIRST YEAR OF SUMMER SCHOOL AT MONTEVALLO OPENED IN YEAR 1915 HENDERSON, MARY J Guntersville English HERROD, DORIS Plantersville Secretarial Science HODGES, VIRGINIA Hartford Secretarial Science HOLCOMB, LOUISE , , . Montevalio Secretarial Science HOWE, CLAIRE Gadsden Music HUBBERT, ERIN Birmingham History HUTCHISON, LUCY , , . Enterprise Secretarial Science JERNIGAN, FRANCES ... Dozier Physical Education JONES, BONNIE Falkville Home Economics JONES, MARJORIE Parrish Secretarial Science JONES, PHOEBE Phenix City Home Economics JONES, SUE Gadsden Sociology LOWERY, BETTY Montevalio Sociology LUNSFORD, MERLE Eufaula Sociology MARIK, ALICE Summerdale Home Economics MARSHALL, ROSALIE . . . Music MARTIN, MARY F. Sociology MASON, JEANETTE English Mobile Birmingham Alexander City MAXWELL, ANNE Birmingham Sociology MAXWELL, WINNA F. Haleyville Home Economics MAY, KATHERINE Secretarial Science McKAY, MARY Retail Economics Salitpa Goodwater KERSHAW, VIRGINIA Fort Payne Music KOHL, HELEN Gadsden Secretarial Science KORTH, GRACE . . Birmingham English LeCOMPTE, GLENNA F. . Coffee Springs English Between Classes— That Good Old Refresher, Water, Before the Next Class LEEMAN, SARA Decatur Home Economics LeVERT, ELIZABETH . Marion Sociology Page 93 McLain Mrddleton Miller Morales Murphy Nabors Neff Nettles Parris Pate Patterson Plant Prater Priddy Priester Rodney R. Reid S. Reld Reynolds Rice Richmond Robison Robinson Roberts Sanford Shelley Simmons A. Sims k e J I 1 1 THE CHIAROSCURO WAS THE NAME OF THE FIRST SCHOOL YEARBOOK ISSUED McLAIN, LOUISE Robertsdale REYNOLDS, LAYNE Fort Deposit Home Economics Sociology MIDDLETON, JUNE . . . Andalusia RICE, VIRGINIA , . Anniston Music Speech MILLER, VIRGINIA Jamestown Secretarial Science MORALES, EMILIA Beg 3ta, Colombia Special RICHMOND, MARJORIE Shelburnc Fells, Mass History ROBISON, SARA , . , Jaspei Retail Economics MURPHY, MARGARET . . Thcmaston ROBINSON, FAYE Range Biology Secretarial Science NABORS, DOT Birmingham ROBERTS, BILLIE Evergreen Physical Education Biology NEFF, JANE Gadsden Physical Education NETTLES, MARTHA Castleberry Secretarial Science SANFORD, WILMA ... Biology Parrish SHELLEY, SHARON . . Headlanc Secretarial Science PARRIS, ADDIE LOU . . . . Anniston SIMMONS, NANCY Pa ' is, Tennessee Speech Retail Economics PATE, EVELYN Castleberry SIMS, AUGUSTA . Renfroe Home Economics Sociology PATTERSON, WYLADEAN Jasper Mathematics PLANT, MARTHA J. Opeliko Sociclcgy PRATER, EUNICE . Weogufka Camping— WeM, There ' s the Smoke, But Whe e ' s the Fire? Home Economics PRIDDY, MIRIAM Sulligent eawjimff y j jv_ ' JHH xfK:@ SiX W 1 Music gj ijgMM PRIESTER, JEANNE Opelika IHHHI Home Economics WBBtHtHJJI B Sl mi RADNEY, MARY F Wadley Secretarial Science ■K -r SfH Wk REID, RUTH M.ontevallo ljH H| ■ H| Secretarial Science . Gadsden H BI REID, SARA KJ Sociology 9BI Page 95 B. Sims E. Sims J. Smith W. Smith Southard Sowell Stokes N. R. Thompson S. Thompson Walker Watte rs Weed Wilder Wilkes Williams Wilson Wimberly Winters Yarbrough Yeargan Ziner Vke J U N I ft S CROOK WEEK WAS BEGUN IN 1926 AND IS STILL AN ANNUAL EVENT HERE SIMS, BETTY Home Economics SIMS, ELIZABETH Biology SMITH, JOYCE Retail Economics Birmingham Renfroe Phenix City WILDER, CHARLOTTE Andalusia Sociology WILKES, GENE Chemistry Picayune, Mississippi WILLIAMS, PEGGY . . , , Retail Economics Cole SMITH, WINIFRED SOUTHARD, ETHEL SOWELL, MARTHA Sociology Sociology Sociology WILSON, HENRY E. Fort Payne irmingham Music WIMBERLY, MARY . , Gilbertown Athens Secretarial Science WINTERS, REBECCA Sheffield Atmore Home Economics STOKES, MARGARET Dietetics THOMPSON, NELL R. History THOMPSON, SADIE . Elba Huntsville Ashland Music WALKER, EVELYN . Sociology Ather WATTERS, JEAN New Orleans, La. Mathematics WEED, RUTH Ariton Mathematics Page 97 YARBROUGH, BETTY . , Secretarial Science YEARGAN, DOT Home Economics Roanoke Prattville ZINER, FLORENCE , , . Cheverly, Maryland Secretarial Science Sculpture— Frances Blackwood, Margaret Harrell, Miss Allen, and Jeanne Gibbons Put the Finishing, Touches ke SOPHOMORE PLISS It was the Sophomores who had the answer for every question and gave it wlHingly to the un- suspecting Freshmen and helped to orient them to A. C. life. It was this same Class of 1948 that provided enthusiasm and sparkle for all the campus activities. They kept Ramsey Hall— and Main— resounding with their merriment, and they even reached the point where they could get their late sleep in spite of that noisy object just behind Ramsey which always announces 7 A. M. That there was an ample supply of talent and ability among the Sophs was made evident when a lovely Hop was successfully " cut of this world, " which spells " Heaven " in any language; when the Sophomore plav was one of the most professional of the year; and when they mastered Sophomore Lit., Psychology and Sociology— and the Sophomore tests without a mishap. Left tc Right: Holdridge, Sharp, Taylor, Baker OFFICERS BETTY JO BAKER , , President CAROLYN TAYLOR Vice-President MACKY SHARP Secretary DOT HOLDRIDGE . Treasurer Page 99 " % SOPHOMORn IN 1 91 6 STUDENTS WERE FIRST GRANTED THE RIGHT OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT ADKiNS, MARJORIE Robertsdole BRASWELL, NONA . . . . . Elba Home Economics Music ALEXANDER, MARY LOUISE Decatur BROGDEN, ANN . Andalusia Home Economics Liberal Arts ALLEN, JUDY Eufaula BROOKS, MARY J. Montgomery Art Retail Home Economics ALLEN, KATHRYN . . . Eufaula BRUMBACK, BETTY , . . Gadsden Mathematics Sociology ANDREADES, CALLIEROY Mobile BUMPERS, MARION . Grove Hill Physical Education Elementary Education ASHCRAFT, MAXINE Kennedy History BYRD, SHIRLEY . , Gadsden BAKER, BETTY JO . Calera Sociology Secretarial Science CALDOW, JEAN Tuscaloosa BARBAREE, AMY Montgomery Home Economics Mathematics CAMPBELL, BETTY . Bri stol, Tennessee BARR, CATHERINE . Anniston Secretarial Science Music CAPPS, ZULINE , . Luverne BARRET, SARAH L Mobile Home Economics Elementary Education CARR, FRANCES Secretarial Science . Talladega BLACKMAN, ANNE Birmingham Liberal Arts BLACKWOOD, FRANCES . . Clevelanc CATON, MARY LOUISE . . . Montgomery Retail Home Economics Biology CLINE, MARY L BLUE, JACQUELINE Montgomery . Helena Medical Technology BOBO, JEAN Mobile Sociology COCHRANE, ELENORE . Birmingham Biology Mathematics BRANTLEY, FRANCES Thcmasville COLLUM, CLARICE Mobile Secretarial Science Home Economics COMPTON, JOYCE . Nonafolia Students in Art Put Their Interpretations on Canvas Medical Technology n 1 CONNALLY, ANN Gadsden Music CRUTCHER, MARGARET ANNE ... Athens Sociology DAVIS, BETTE M Mobile Home Economics DEAN, MARGUERITE . , , Alexander City Biology DEASON, EDITH America Speech Page 100 Adkins Alexander J. Allen K. Alien Andreades Ashcraft Baker Borbaree Barr Barret Blachman Blackwood Blue Bobo Brantley Braswell Brogden Brooks Brumbock Bumpers Byrd Coldow Campbel Capps Carr Caton Cline Cochrane Collum Compton Connolly Crutcher Davis Dean Deason Vk SOPHOMORES KAPPA DELTA PI WAS ESTABLISHED AT ALABAMA COLLEGE IN THE YEAR 1929 DEES, MARYLYN Grand Bay Secretarial Science EARNHARDT, MARY , Al sxander City Music EDGAR, JO Deotsville Secretarial Science ELLARD, JUDY . . Dothon Sociology ESSLINGER, JEANETTE , . . . Gurley Chemistry EVANS, BETTY Florala English FAUdETT, LOU ELLEN Gadsden Retail Home Economics FLEMING, DIXIE Birmingham Sociology FORD, GERALDINE Birmingham Home Economics FOSTER, IRENE Huntsville Secretarial Science FREELAND, JANICE Grand Bay Sociology GIBSON, ENITH ... Mobile Biology GLASS, FLORETTA Greenville Spanish GLOVER, ELEANOR . Detroit, Michigan Retail Economics GORDON, ANNIE A Jackson Sociology Radio Mechanics Miss Wilson Supervises Marianna Parsons and Josephine Gountt As They Operate the Control Board GRADY, EDITH ... Spartanburg, S, C. Secretarial Science GRAHAM, GENE Bayou la Batre Sociology GRANTHAM, MARY Uniontown Laboratory Technology GRAY, MARION Jackson Physical Education GREENHILL, PEGGYE Birmingham Music HAMILTON, JO Decatur Home Economics HAMNER, VERA Arley Speech HARRELL, MARGARET . . . Birmingham Art, Biology HATFIELD, JOYCE . Eufaula Physical Education HAVENS, VIRGINIA . . Alexander City Mathematics HENDERSON, VIRGINIA . Carthage, Mississippi Retail Economics HODGES, MARGARET Ashville Sociology HOLDRIDGE, DOROTHY ... Birmingham Physical Education HOLESAPPLE, BETTY Decatur Retail Economics JACKSON, DIXIE . Demcpolis Secretarial Science JACKSON, JEAN Talladega Secretarial Science JEFFREY, ELIZABETH . . Lov er Peach Tree Biology JOHNSTON, ALICE McCalla Chemistry JONES, FRANCES . Clanton Chemistry JONES, MATRED Phenix City Secretarial Science Page 102 Dees Earnhardt Edgar Ellard Esslinger Evans Faucett Fleming Ford Foster Freeland Gibson Glass Glover Gordon Grady Graham Grontham Gray Greenhill Hamilton Hamner Harrell Hatfield Havens Henderson Hodges Holdridge Holesopple D. Jackson J. Jackson Jeffrey Johnston F. Jones M. Jones k SOPHOMORU THE MEANING OF THE WORD MONTEVALLO IS SAID TO BE MOUNTAIN VALLEY JONES, PEGGY Speech KELLEY, MILDRED Elementary Education KNOTTS, VERMEY LEE , - . Sociology KNOWLES, INEZ Home Economics KYNERD, VIRGINIA Biology Aliceville Tallassee Georgiono Headland Selmo LeCROY, NELL LEE, DORIS LEE, JESSIE N. LILE, BETTY MACKIE, JEAN Home Economics Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Sociology Sociology Costleberry Bessemer . Hartselle Decatur . Fairfield MAJORS, JEAN Gadsden Home Economics MARONEY, DOROTHY Tuscumbia Sociology MASSEY, CHEREL Birmingham Art MAY, MERLE Salitpa Sociology McDowell, GEORGENE Selmc Elementary Education Radio Broadcasting — Sadie Thompson and Mayo Baker Present a Musical Program on One of the Tuesday Evening Broadcasts From Palmer McNeill, JESSIE Floralo Liberal Arts McQueen, SARA Greenville Secretarial Science McSPADDEN, ROSALYN Gadsden Music MERRILL, CLAIRE JEANETTE Dozier Sociology MIMS, DOROTHY Vide Sociology MULLINS, KATHERINE ..... Elba Music NELSON, ANNA GAYLE Athens Speech NEWTON, IDA Dothan Sociology NICHOLAS, CHARLOTTE ... Birmingham Home Economics OWEN, JOYCE Butler Sociology PALMER, SARA Mobile Art PARSONS, MARIANNA Talladega Speech PASCHE, BETTY Houston, Texas Secretarial Science PATE, LOUISE Costleberry Home Economics PEURIFOY, CAROLYN Decatur Biology POWELL, MAVIS Speech POWELL, VIRGINIA .... Music PRIESTER, MARTHA Retail Economics QUARLES, ELAINE Art RASBERRY, ALICE Secretarial Science Page 104 Clanton Prattville , Auburn Mobile Clanton p. Jones Kelley Knotts Knowles Kynerd LeCroy D. Lee J. N. Lee Lite Mockie Maiors Moroney Massey May McNeill McQueen McSpodden Merrill Mims Mullins Nelson Newton Nicholas Owen Palmer Parsons Pasche Pate Peurifoy M. Powell V. Powell Priester Quorles Rasberry SOPHOMORU IT IS SAID KING HOUSE WAS ORIGINALLY THE RESIDENCE OF EDMUND KING RHODES, HELEN Rutledge SMITH, DOROTHY Centre Retail Economics Secretarial Science RICHBURG, JEWEL Luverne SMITH, MARGARET Prattville Retail Econcmics Retail Economics ROBERTS, SUE , VVinfield SPENCE, CHARLOTTE . . Athens Home Econcmics Sociology ROGERS, FRANCES . . . Mobile History SANDERS, ALICE , Huntsville Home Econcmics CTAMCICin DCC C V A „i„..i. SANFORD, VIRGINIA SCOTT, ANN Biology History Birmingham . La Fayette SEIBERT, FRANCES . . , Greenwood, Florida Elementary Education SHAMBURGER, FAY Pennington Biology SHARP, FRANCES Gadsden Sociology SIMS, ANNIE LAURIE Renfroe Physical Education SIMS, MARTHA , Ashland Secretarial Science Walnut Grove Home Economics STEPHENS, KATHLEEN Gadsden Retail Economics STOVALL, BETTIE Anniston Dietetics SUTTLES, NELL Fairburn, Florida Liberal Arts TAYLOR, CAROLYN Huntsville Secretarial Science THOMPSON, EMOGENE Opelika Secretarial Scien ce WALTON, MARIE Opp Retail Economics WENTWORTH, HELEN Shelbyville, Kentucky Biology WESSON, MARY Alexander City Secretarial Science WEST, FRANCES Decatur Secretarial Science Debate Trip— Debaters Prepare to Go West to Enter the Savage Forensic Tournament WHORTON, BETTY . Gadsden Music WOOD, MERLE Andalusia Retail Economics WRIGHT, ALLIE R. . Mobile Home Economics WYNNE, EVELYN Linden Secretarial Science YACKEE, MARJORIE Gadsden Sociology YOUNG, PATRICIA Mobile Music Page i06 ke nimw CLASS The first sights that the Freshmen saw as they entered the gates was a mass of white dresses of Orientation committee. Then came the group meetings, and seemingly thousands of pencils and tests. Some managed to get homesick that first week, even with all the activities given in their honor. After the first weeks, these same Freshmen felt as experienced as the Seniors and proved their abilities by presenting a gay Hollowe ' en party for the student body and their play, " Seven Sisters, " which was all but professional. They proved that they had looks with their parade of beauties in Elite Night. The second semester found them bewildered by College Night, but they wholeheartedly entered oil phases of activities and soon they were indispensable. One of the cleverest and most original dances featuring " Love Letters " was planned by this Class of 1949— and with forty stags! And when Spring elections rolled around their first votes were valued by all and the so-called " Fresh " -men were firmly established as important members of the Alabama College campus. FRESHMAN COMMISSION OFFICERS-Left; Jean Easter, Dottie Breland, Bettye Weaver, Polly Gillespie, President. FRESHMAN OFFICERS-Belo w, Left to Right: Jonis Patton, Nino Gamblin, President; Virginia Register, Frances Kelly. Page 109 Abercrombie Adams Albright Alexander Andress Armstrong C. Baker J. Baker Bolch Barnett Bass Battiste Beasley Bedford Bell Bennett M. Bentley V. Bentle Bitner Blonton Blue Bosdell Bradford Brantley L. Byrd Campbell Corr R. Carter N. Carter Caston Causey Childress Chism Christiansen Cobb Cochran Colburn Collier Cook Cooke Cooley Coplin 7 ' e F R G S H M E I THE TOWER AT kVM,kf k COLLEGE WAS CONSTRUCTED IN THE YEAR OF 1910 ABERCROMBIE, IRIS ROSE Birmingham Sociology ADAMS, JEAN . . , Atlanta, Georgia Liberal Arts ALBRIGHT, ELIZABETH Montevallo Secretoriol Science ALEXANDER, JEAN Birmingharr Art ANDRESS, ANN Perdue Hill Liberal Arts ARMSTRONG, ELEANOR GRACE McKenzie Home Economics BAKER, CAROLYN , . Selmo Biology BAKER, JOYCE Montevallo Sociology BALCH, JEWEL Toney Home Economics BARNETT, MILDRED Dixiona Art BASS, MAUDINE . . Russellville Physical Education BATTISTE, MARIE ... Mobile English BEASLEY, TWYNETTE Andalusia Secretarial Science BEDFORD, AUDREY Gordo Art BELL, LAVINA Cordova Mathematics BENNETT, JO ANN . . Opelika Speech BENTLEY, MARTHA SUE Columbiana Secretarial Science BENTLEY, VILLA Columbiana Biology BITNER, MARY LOU Orlando, Florida Liberal Arts BLANTON, THERESA Excel Secretarial Science BLUE, PEGGY Elba Sociology BOSDELL, BETTY Mobile Sociology BRADFORD, BILLIE C Birmingham Liberal Arts BRANTLEY, VONCEIL Evergreen Biology BRELAND, DOTTIE Mobile Home Economics BRIDGES, CATHERINE Montevallo Liberal Arts BROADHEAD, FRANCES Clanton Biology BRODBECK, GLADYS Mobile Liberal Arts BRYAN, EVELYN Opp Liberal Arts BYRD, ELSIE Mobile Liberal Arts BYRD, LORA Parrish Liberal Arts CAMPBELL, ADELINE Birmingham Home Economics CARR, SARA NELL Geneva Liberal Arts CARTER, RUTH . Selmo Home Economics CARTER, NELL Florolo Speech CASTON, NADINE ... Selmo Secretarial Science CAUSEY, JEANELL Birmingham Home Economics CHILDRESS, MARIE Calera Art CHISM, DORIS Montevallo Music CHRISTIANSEN, CHRISTINA Clanton Home Economics COBB, MARY HAILS Montgomery Chemistry COCHRAN, ANITA Hurtsboro Sociology COLBURN, JO MERLE Greensboro Music COLLIER, WILLIE ROYCE Decatur Physical Education COOK, PATRICIA Montevallo Biology COOKE, CHRISTINE Sprott Home Economics COOLEY, MONTEZ Dothon Sociology COPLIN, ELAINE Toney Chemistry Archery — Getting an Angle on Arching Evers Fitzgerald H. Ford M. Ford Foss Frye Gaines Gomblin Gardner Gates Gauntt Gibbs Gibson GiM.espJe Golightly Golson Goode Gord " k e F R E S H M E I THE FIRST SENIOR BALL AT THIS COLLEGE WAS HELD IN THE YEAR OF 1934 COTTON, BARBARA Chatom Home Economics COURSON, MARY Andalusia Sociology COURTNEY, SUE Clonton Secretarial Science CURTIS, SUSAN Birmingham Liberal Arts DALE, MARY ALICE Oak Hill Biology DANIEL, GLADYS McNEEL Selma Secretarial Science DAUGHTREY, MARY LOU , Hartford Home Economics DAVIS, JUANITA ... Clonton Secretarial Science DAVIS, UNA FAYE Montevollo Sociology DECK, PATRICIA Birmingham Liberal Arts DEES, MADELYN Finchburg Sociology DENNIS, LENETA .... Beovertown Liberal Arts DEUEL, GWENDOLYN Ccstleberry Biology DeVAUGHN, ELOISE . . Lineville Sociology DINKINS, ANNE Montgomery Sociology DISON, MARY E Talladega Home Economics DIXON, EDITH ... Dixon ' s Mills Home Economics DIXON, REBECCA . . Hatchechubbee Home Economics DUNN, JEAN Gadsden Secretarial Science DUNN, RINA LOU ... Holeyville Music DYKER, DOROTHY Gadsden Home Economics EASTER, JEAN . . Birmingham Sociology EDDINS, BETTE Birminghori Music EDDINS, LAURIE Frisco Cit Liberal Arts ELLENBURG, LOUISE Anniston Secretariol Science ELLIS, EUGENIA Belleville History ENGLAND, ELIZABETH Marion Sociology ENGLISH, NINA . Elba Liberal Arts ETHEREDGE, ELLENE . . Town Creek Sociology EVANS, DORIS RAE Murfreesboro Music EVERS, ANNIE L Atmore Education FITZGERALD, ESTELLE Pollard Liberal Arts FORD, HELEN . . . Birminghcm Socioloc y FORD, MAXINE . " " . Plantersviile Secretarial Science FOSS, MARY JEANNE Birmingham Music FRYE, THEDA Cordova Mathematics GAINES, ANN Birmingham Sociology GAMBLIN, NINA . . Attalla Liberal Arts GARDNER, DELL . . . Birmirghcm Secretarial Science GATES, MAY Columbiana Secretarial Science GAUNTT, JOSEPHINE . Tallassee Speech GIBBS, CHARLOTTE . Cullman Home Economics GIBSON, TOMMIE LOU ... Birmingham Home Economics GILLESPIE, POLLY , . Birmingham Sociology GOLIGHTLY, AUDREY Anniston Biology GOLSON, MARY FRANCES Prottville Biology GOODE, GLORIA Gadsden Medical Technology GORD, MARIE Toney Secretarial Science Machines Clacs— Secretarial Science Majors Learn to Master the Machines Graham Grant Green Grisham Guilford Hagan Hall Hamner Hardee Hardy Harper Heflln Hanson Hilbun Hinson Hinton Holiday Hollond Home Howell Hughey Hugghins Ingram Jernigan Johnson C. Jones E. R. Jones H. Jones R. L. Jones W. Jones Jean Jordan Juonito Jordan Judah Kaegi Kelly Kennedy Kilgore Killingsworth Kirkley Knotts Knudson Kohen Konstanzer Kuykendoll Lacey LoGrone Lawrence Lester ' 7A F R U H M G N IN NINETEEN TWENTY-SIX DEAN NAPIER FIRST CAME TO ALABAMA COLLEGE GRAHAM, NELLIE GRANT, LOUISE Liberal Arts Coden Verbena Liberal Arts GREEN, MARGARET Birmingham Home Economics GRISHAM, JUNE Hartselle Liberal Arts GUILFORD, MARTHA Gadsden Music HAGAN, ELLA MARIE Cullman Art HALL, FREDA . . . Donville HAMNER, MARIE , . HARDEE, EARLEEN . Home Economics Physical Education Arley Evergreen Home Economics HARDY, MARTHA ELLEN Biology HARPER, GUSSIE RUTH Liberal Arts HEFLIN, BETTY Birmingham . . . Pine Hill Danville Home Economics HENSON, MONZA HILBUN, ETHEL HINSON, KATHRYN . Liberal Arts Retail Economics Chilc ' ersburg Blrminghom . , . Webb Laboratory Technology HINTON, JULIA MAE Orlando, Florida Music HOLIDAY, ANITA JO Childersburg Art HOLLAND, FRANCES Anniston Biology HORNE, LOUISE HOWELL, NELL HUGHEY, CAROLYN Dothon Home Economics Aberdeen, Mississippi Liberal Arts Sprott Secretarial Science HUGGHINS, ELEANOR JEAN Red Level Home Economics INGRAM, MARGARET Torront Liberal Arts JERNIGAN, LENORA ' . Ozark Music JOHNSON, JEAN Montevallo Home Economics JONES, CATHERINE . . Montgomery Mathematics JONES, RUTH McKenzie Home Economics JONES, HARRIET Montgomery Art JONES, RUTH LANE . . . . Sylacouga Liberal Arts JONES, WILLIE LOU , . East Toilassee Education JORDAN, JEAN Thomasvilie Secretarial Science JORDAN, JUANTIA Jordan Secretarial Science JUDAH, JOANETTE ... Eufaula Physical Education KAEGI, ELIZABETH . Anniston Art KELLY, FRANCES Selma Chemistry KENNEDY, MILDRED Oak Hi!! Sociology KILGORE, DEANNE Selma Physical Science KILLINGSWORTH, HAZEL Flomaton Home Economics KIRKLEY, CLIFFORTINE Underwood Education KNOTTS, LUCILLE . Georgiona English KNUDSON, MARY Ventura, California Mathematics KOHEN, ANN Mobile Sociology KONSTANZER, MARY . Mobile Mathematics KUYKENDALL, NANCYE Samontha Sociology LACEY, SARA . . Wilton Secretarial Science LaGRONE, ROSA LEE Centerville English LAWRENCE, HELEN Marvel Home Economics LESTER, PEGGY Chelsea Secretarial Science Play Directing— Scene From Dr. Trumbauer ' s One-Act Play, " The Aftermath " Directed by Speech Major Helen Porrish Norton O ' Gwynn Painter Palmer Edith Parker Emily Parke Price Proffi t Pruitt Rondle Reg ister Rentz k e F R E S H M E I RAMSEY AT ALABAMA COLLEGE WAS FORMERLY THE SENIOR DORMITORY LEVERETTE, JANE LLEN Brundidge Home Economics LEVIE, NADA Gadsden Music LIES, DOLLY . . , Frisco City Liberal Arts LYDA, MARY . , , . Frisco City Music LYNES, ROSE Chatom Liberal Arts MANASCO, LORENE Brookside Education Physical Education Sociology Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Mobile Atlanta, Georgia Birminghom Alexander City Monroeville Red Level MARBURY, JESSIE L. MARLOWE, MARTHA MARTIN, MARTHA ANN MASON, MYRTLE , . MATHIS, VIRGINIA . Medical Technology MATHISON, ANNIE BELLE , , . Home Economics MAY, GERALDINE Webb Mathematics McCALL, ALICE Opelika Languages McCONNELL, ANNE Trafford Secretar McCULLEY, ZENOBA Secretar MITCHELL, MARY RUTH . . Soc MOLES, WILLODENE ol Science al Science ology Montevallo Cullman Gadsden PARKER, WINIFRED Dolhan Medical Technology PARSONS, MIRIAN Selma Biology PARSONS, VIVIAN , . Selma Biology PATTERSON, MARGARET Dixiona Music PATTON, AVALINE Bessemer Home Economics PATTON, JANIS . . Birmingham Liberal Arts PAULK, JANE . Union Springs Secretarial Science PEARCE, EVELYN JANE Decatur Secretarial Science PENDERGRASS, PRICE Fort Payne Art PERRY, SARAH Lockhart Secretorial Science POWELL, KATHRYN, Fairfax Medical Technology PRATT, BETTY Childersburg Liberal Arts PRICE, MARTHA Atlanta, Georgia Art PROFFITT, PATSY Knoxville, Tennessee Secretarial Science PRUITT, MARJORIE , . Humboldt, Tennessee Sociology RANDLE, HELEN Opelika Education REGISTER, VIRGINIA Birmingham Liberal Arts RENTZ, MARY Gilbertown Liberal Arts MOSELEY, MARIE Catherine Secretarial Science MURPHY, LENORA RUTH Centerville Biology MYERS, BOBBY LOU , Cool Valley Home Economics NABORS, BILLIE FRANCES Birmingham Liberal Arts NEWTON, MARJORIE . Evergreen Spanish NOLEN, CATHERINE Anniston Sociology NORTON, JACQUELYN Silas Biology O ' GWYNN, MARGARET Atmore Education PAINTER, MAURICE Calvert Sociology PALMER, BETTY Bayou La Batre Home Economics PARKER, EDITH ... Perdido English PARKER, EMILY . . Andalusia Secretarial Science Clothing— After Making Their Outfits, These Students Model Their Handiwork Rhodes Richardson Riddle Robinson Rowe Ryals Salter I Sanders Savage E. Smith H. N. Smit! V. Smith Snell Snowden Sorrell Spindler Splnks Stanley A. West T, West Whitworth Whatley Williams B. Wilson D. Wilson Wilson Wing Wood Woods Wooden Woodliff Wynn Yates Vke F H E S H HI e I 1911 ALABAMA GIRLS ' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL BECAME ALABAMA GIRLS ' TECH. RHODES, HELEN Birmingham Sociology RICHARDSON, NINA Notosulgo Secretoriol Science RIDDLE, GRACE Toiiadego Speech ROBINSON, CHESTINE Range Liberal Arts ROWE, BOBBY Montgomery English RYALS, DORIS . Andalusia Home Economics SALTER, NORA . McKcrzie Secretarial Science SANDERS, DORIS L. , Greenville Home Economics SAVAGE, JOYCE , Birmingham Liberal Arts SMITH, ELIZABETH . LaPine Liberal Arts SMITH, HOWARD NELL Moplesville History SMITH, VIRGINIA Porrish Home Economics SNELL, RUTH , Brewton Home Economics SNOWDEN, ELIZABETH Monroeville Retoil Economics SORRELL, ANNA MAE Verbena Liberal Arts SPINDLER, LILLIAN Spotswood, New Jersey Chemistry SPINKS, MADGE . Thomosville Mathematics STANLEY, MARY , Cullomburg Home Economics STIRES, JOY Phillipsburg, New Jersey Liberal Arts STITH, JANE Gadsden Mathematics TERRY, BEAUFORD . .... Sylacouga Home Economics THOMASON, CAROLYN Birmingham Retail Economics TODD, LOUISE .... Courtland Physical Education TRUE, LIDA .... . Detroit, Michigon Mathematics TURNER, SARAH Andalusia Biology UNDERWOOD, MILDRED Foley Language WALLACE, NELL . . Decatur Secretarial Science WALTON, ANNA Greensboro Sociology WATTERS, PAT . . New Orleons, Louisiana Medical Technology WEAVER, BETTYE .... Gadsden Medical Technology WEST, ANITA Birmingham Secretarial Science WEST, THELMA Safford Home Economics WHITWORTH, RAYCEIL Mount Hope Home Economics WHATLEY, ELLEN Tuskegee Secretarial Science WILDER, SARA Andalusia Laboratory Technology WILHELM, MARIE Chickasaw Art WILLIAMS, BETTY . Montevallo Biology WILSON, BETTY Fort Payne Secretarial Science WILSON, DORIS Jasper Educotion WILSON, KATHLEEN Fort Payne Biology WING, HARRIET Roswell, Georgio Sociology WOOD, HELEN ... Andalusia Sociology WOODS, PAULA . . Sulligent Liberal Arts WOODEN, KATIE BELLE Bridgeport Home Economics WOODLIFF, JULIA .... Gadsden Home Economics WYNN, MARY . Dothon Home Economics YATES, FRANCES Woodland Sociology " We didn ' t think you ' d believe it on page 70 so we put it in again! " Ili» « %,iM tU i»fl» -• " " Ift tU «ei oera» ,ti»« l ere tU» Ui» ere a « •ti»S ligies- I The Judges of the- ' 46 Elite Night— Left to Right: Sgt. Vin Whitson, Charlie Preston, Mrs. Mickey Rooney, Francis Falkenburg 7 ULEfTORS Page 123 Mc( l H uzntieu- A i, •» ' -QladijA McAeel " darnel • hleii (HdikeAiaind- -AHme lau Ue a lmi P : 0m Ule Menle kan o- ,,.igiP ?«s .»0m -MacAu MUa fi Vk e DOT NABORS R I T E S a t WINIFRED SMITH uiBiiMi nam WILLIE COLLIER J9 fe-„ 6W " " 9 The Favorites Appear as the Judges Announce Their Choice. Mimi Rains . . . Uncontested For Miss Atoboma College ELITE .145 p. - As the large black and silver cover of the 1946 MONTAGE opened, Miss Alabama College, Martha Nell Rains, walked to the center of the stage and the big glamour event of Alabama College was under way. On Elite Night six Beauties and eight Favorites are chosen from the forty girls selected by the four classes. As soft music was played by Sarah Snuggs and Katherine Bryan, the candidates paraded one by one across the stage of Palmer Hall for The Elite Night Program The Judges Look Over Their Choice For Beauties The Elite of the Senior Class Alabama Collegt Beauties Po£e With Mrs. Mickey Rooney iIGH T the approval and selection of the judges— Mr. Francis Falkenburg, Sgt. Vin Whitson, Mr. Charlie Preston, and Mrs. Mickey Rooney. Elite Night is also the time when the members of the Senior Class most outstanding in their respective fields are presented to the students. These, the Elite, are nominated by student petition and are elected by the vote of the student body. The MONTAGE is proud to present these Beauties and Elite. Favorites Relax in an informal Pace for the MONTAGE Camera The Ballot From Whicti tfie Student Body Cfiose the Elite. The Beauties Are Called to the Stage After the Judges Pondered Long For a Decision. ELITE HGHT Ma itka Aell fecund MISS ALABAMA COLLEGE 9nM ICl Ie p atuck ACTRESS eawd e Qmmnd ARTIST lm.mle J-ij vL Idtletcm EXECUTIVE ELITE IIGHT ELITE IIGHT ZUle Menie ka ip HOSTESS a iak HHCf.Cf.6 MUSICIAN Mcuuf Zaue idd H SCIENTIST SOCIOLOGIST ELITE iUHT ELITE IIGHT Mamie laa Plfikln SPORTSWOMAN 6aW Qa cueM WRITER »t „• - • " " • «et »»» t«» «0 i t i»S«S ' t»«» 4i»« o«»« ' ii» « tt « |ea» 4» Y gSB i»« ' c « Oe»- ' % ' JIHk ' ' V- ' l .% ke . W. f. i The Y.W.C.A. is one cf the busiest organizations on the campus. Its busy schecu ' e begins in Tep- fember with Orientation Week and continues throughout the year. Among the various activities sponsored by the " Y " are the Sis-Major, Sis-Minor programs during Orientation, the Christmas party for the servants of the College, the Evening Watch services in the dcrmitories every night, the World Student Service Drive, and Religious Emphasis Week in cooperation with the Religious Council. One of the most popular places on the campus is the Tea House. This too is sponsored by the Y.W.C.A. OFFICERS LILA RAWLINSON President MARY WIMEBRLY Vice-President KATHERINE MAY . . . Secretary LaVERNE SIMS . . . Treasurer OFFICERS— Lila Rawlinson, Mary Wimber- ley, LaVerne Sims, Katherlne May. RELIGIOUS LEADERS-Seated, Left to Right: Rawlinson, Woodfin, Miss Turner, Miss Johns, Mrs. Abernathy, Miss Mason, Mr. Moulton. Standing: Mr. Sparkman, Dr. Barnhcrdt, Dr. Farmer, Dr. Slaughter. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL UNITES ALL THE CHURCH GROUPS OFFICERS-Kohl, Woodfin, Parsons The Religious Council, together with the Y.W.C.A., sponsored the University Christian Mission which was held en the campus in March. Through its various activities the Council seeks to promote cooperation and under- standing among the various groups on the Alabama College campus. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION IS AN ORGANIZATION FOR BAPTIST STUDENTS The B. S. U. plays a great part in the religious life of the girls of the Baptist Church. They are linked with the local church and derive many benefits from their association with the townspeople of the church. They do admirable work through study courses and teaching courses planned by the local church. The Baptist Student Union Council is responsible for the publication of " Dots and Dashes " for items of interest to the Baptist students. In the month of April this organization entertained more than one hundred from other schools in Alabama at the annual State Spring Retreat. OFFICERS SARA UPSHAW President DOROTHY MIMS First Vice-President IRIS KIRKPATRICK . Treasurer OFFICERS— Seated, Left to Right: Kirkpatrick, Gordon, Kynerd, Mims. Standing: Upshaw, Baker, Weiss, Capps, Pate, Knowles, Holcombe. WESLEY FOUNDATION DEEPENS THE SPIRITUAL LIFE OF METHODIST STUDENTS OFFICERS VIRGINIA WEEMS . . President MARY HAVENS . Secretary-Treas. Left to Right: Virginia Weems, Mary Havens Open to all the Methcdist students en the campus, the V eslev Foundation helps to unite them in Christian fellowship. Thereby the organization trains its participants to develop into intelligent Chris- tian leaders and to maintain church loyalty. The V esley Foundation cooperates with the other religious organizations on the campus in their effort to attain the highest Christian standards and spiritual life. Each Sunday evening Methodists get together for a study and discussion hour which is led by the Foundation members. These meetings serve also as a socio! gathering where the Methodists unite for the advancement of their church work. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP IS OPEN TO ALL PRESBYTERIANS ON THE CAMPUS Westminster Fellowship, an organization of the Presbyterian Church, has as its primary purpose the encouragement of Christian fellowship and living among college students. On Sunday evenings the group meet together for a discussion hour led by faculty members and church leaders. Dinner was served at each get-together in Reynolds Hall or at the Manse. Westminster Fellowship encouraged all students from all churches to join in the meetings and in this way a closer relationship between all the students in their religious life was created. OFFICERS EVELYN PARSONS . President JEAN BOBO Vice-President BETTY ADAMS . . Secretary BETTY HOLESAPPLE Treasurer Left to Right: Evelyn Parsons, Jean Bobo, Betty Adams, Betty Holesopple THE CANTERBURY CLUB WAS ORGANIZED FOR THE MEMBERS OF THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH ON THE CAMPUS Small but active, the Canterbury Club is an organ- ization of Episcopal students, meeting semi-monthly. Besides sending two students to an inter-college convention, the group had as its project the prepa- ration of Christmas boxes for the v omen in the state prisons. OFFICERS ROSALIE MARSHALL President EVELYN BLUE Vice-President Rosalie Marshall and Evelyn Blue THE NEWMAN CLUB SERVES IN THE RELIGIOUS LIFE OF THE CATHOLICS Since there is no Catholic church in Montevallo, the Newman Club functions for the members of the Catholic Church at Alabama College. Each Sunday the group holds worship services. Once a month the Catholic priest meets with the members for Mass and a religious hour, when they discuss their problems and ideas of worhsipping. OFFICERS LIDA TRUE President MERCEDES CHAVEZ . , Vice-President MARY LOU BITNER .... Secretary Left to Right: Mary Lou Bitner, Lida True, and Mercedes Chavez ALABAMA PLAYERS RECOGNIZES PARTICIPATION IN DRAMATICS OFFICERS IRIS KIRKPATRICK President GILA BELCHER Stage Manager Membership to Alabarr a Players is achieved through participation in the campus dramatic pro- ductions. The students who help with these activities in the various activities are recognized occording to the amount and quality of work that they perform. They help to further the purpose of this group which is to develop on the campus an incentive to appreciate the art of drama and give the college community a form of entertainment. ! ' 3ft« ' :, -; Iris Kirkpatrjck and GMa Belcher ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION STUDIES TECHNIQUES IN THE TEACHING OF CHILDREN Mixing business with pleasure, the Association for Childhood Education has conducted social pro- grams during the year to keep the potential teachers informed on the teaching profession. This nationally affiliated group stays in touch with the interests of children in their relation to their place in a democracy. They have called on local teachers to help them with their discussions of the school- room. OFFICERS LYDIA LAWLEY EVELYN BLUE , . . . MARION BUMPERS , . SYLVIA FAIRCLOTH . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Evelyn Blue, Marion Bumpers, Lydia Lawley, Sylvia Faircloth OFFICERS FAYE GRIDER President DEMISE FAUCETT . . . Vice-President MARGARET MURPHY . . . Secretary Seated, Left to Right: Billie Roberts, Denise Foucett, Faye Grider, Julianne Ballard, Margaret Murphy THE BIOLOGY CLUB KEEPS UP AN INTEREST IN BIOLOGY AND SCIENCES Those students who ore interested in Biology and want to study the many phases of this science meet once a month to discuss and make research on the world of nature. The members have found enlightening experiences through their experiments and observations of biological phenomena. A study of the great scientists has provided a deeper appreciation for the Biology Club. CALKINS MUSIC CLUB PLANS SOCIAL FUNCTIONS FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN MUSIC A reception for William Primrose, who presented a viola concert at the college, was one of the year ' s activities of Calkins Music Club. Composed of music majors and any others interested in music, the group also sponsored its annual hayride for the Freshmen music majors and had a reception for Miss Claire Ordwoy after her violin recitaf. OFFICERS SARAH SNUGGS MARTHA NELL RAINS . HILDA NELL GIBSON . President Vice-President Secretary Left to Right: Martha Nell Rains, Sarah Snuggs, Hilda Ne ' l Gibson OFFICERS DOROTHY JOHNSON . . . President SYLVIA APPLETON .... Secretary FRANKLEE GILBERT ... Treasurer JEANNE GIBBONS Costume Chairman Seated, Left to Right: Sylvia Appleton, Jeanne Gib- bons. Standing: Franklee Gilbert, Dottie Johnson »;Sj« DANCE GROUP CREATES ABILITY AND INTEREST IN MODERN DANCE Departing from its usual plan of presenting a Spring recital, the Dance Group this year prepared a special Christmas program, based on Religious ritual and presented at Vespers. An honor group organized to unite students interested and experienced in dance, the club, under the direction of the new sponsor. Miss Jessie Cameron, also prepared a program in the Spring. Another highlight of the year ' s activities was the reception given to the Dudley-Maslow-Bates Dance Trio, which gave a program at Alabama College. DIETETICS CLUB ENCOURAGES GROUP STUDY IN DIETETICS Institutional work has become of great interest to many of the students as a result of the efforts of the Dietetics Club in its discussion and study of this phase of work as well OS of the many phases of Dietetics. The club also provides social enjoyment for the students who are members. OFFICERS VIRGINIA BUNTLEY President LOIS FOSHEE .... Vice-President JOY AUTREY Secretary-Treasurer WINNIE HOLCOMB Program and Social LINDA MOODY Publicity Left to Right: Buntley, Moody, Autrey, Holcomb, Foshee Page 155 IVOL SPAFFORD CLUB IS AFFILIATED WITH THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS CAROLYN BALLARD . President VIRGINIA BUNTLEY , Vice-President ANN PRUET Secretary LINDA MOODY Treasurer Carolyn Bollard, Evelyn Persons, Ann Pruet, Elsie Merle Sharp, Linda Moody, Virginia Buntley This organization acted as hostess to representatives from Home Economics Clubs throughout the state during their visit to the campus. Miss Sallie Hiel, a guest speaker to Freshman Home Economics majors was also entertained by the club. Wrapping Christmas packages to go overseas, collecting magazines and selling sandwiches in the Tea House were other outstanding activities of the Ivol Spofford Club. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB WAS ORGANIZED UNDER THE CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR PEACE Since there has been so much of interest taking place in international affairs the International Relations Club has had a busy year in its study of these events. Much of the time the members have devoted to a study of the U. N. O. They created interest in many other of the world problems. Madame Alfred Jonniaux, international figure who lectured at the college was entertained by the club. The club also adopted a Belgian school and agreed to send funds for its upkeep for one year. OFFICERS NELL ROSE THOMPSON . President GRACE KORTH . . Vice-President ALLENE SCARBOROUGH Secretary-Treas. CAROL GARDIEN , Program Chairman Seated: Nell Rose Thompson, Annette Hixon, Grace Korth. Standing: Allene Scarborough, Amy Borbaree, Corot Gardien. Page 156 GLEE CLUB PROVIDES MUSICAL ENTERTAIN- MENT ON THE CAMPUS AND THROUGHOUT THE STATE OFFICERS JIMMIE LYN LITTLETON ANNA COBB HALL . FAYE GRIDER VIRGINIA WEEMS . . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Standing: Virginia Weems, Jimmie Lyn Littleton, Faye Grider. Seated: Anne Cobb HatL The Alabama College Glee Club has gained a reputation throughout Alabama and Florida for its excellence in group singing. Each Spring the Glee Club goes on tour presenting concerts in various cities and schools in this state and in Florida. This year among the cities visited on the tour were Sylacauga and Birmingham. On the campus the Glee Club renders invaluable service in concerts and assisting in other functions such as Vespers, Founders Day and Citizenship Day programs. It has rightfully earned a place of pride at Alabama College. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS HONORS STUDENTS FOR DRAMATIC ACHIEVEMENT National Collegiate Players is an honorary fraternity. The chapter established at Ala- bama College in 1936 has one of the tv o charters granted to women ' s colleges. This year as every year N. C. P. sponsored the Drama Festival to which high schools from all over Alabama send plays and casts to demonstrate what their schools are doing in the educational theatre. Dr. Trum- bauer selects the groups who will attend. OFFICERS ADDIE LOU PARRIS President KATHERINE BRYAN Secretory-Treasurer Left to Right: Katherine Bryan and Addie Lou Parris. Page 157 ORCHESTRA REHEARSAL— Pictured: Mary Louise Caton, Jean Alexander, Rosalie Marshall, Frances Nybeck, Hilda Nell Gibson with Mr. Young and Mr. LeBaron. ORCHESTRA IS DEVOTED TO THE STUDY OF SYMPHONIC MUSIC On many occasions during the year the Orchestra has an opportunity to present concerts and programs for the entertainment of the public. In this way there is developed a greater appreciation of symphonic music by the listeners as well as giving the players a chance to get experience in playing at public performances. This year the Orchestra presented a joint concert with the High School Band. At other functions at the college the Orchestra rendered entertainment which added an effectiveness to the program. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB CREATES SOCIAL INTEREST AMONG PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS As its chief project for this year the Physical Education Club presented a series of outstanding speakers in the various fields of health and physical education. Addressing the majors were Dr. J. B. Nash, director of Health and Physical Education at New York University; Miss Roberta Morgan, of the American Red Cross,- and Miss Jessie R. Garrison, State Supervisor of Physical Education. Other activities of the club included an overnight camp honoring the alumnae and the Freshman majors, and informal talks by majors who had worked in summer camps. OFFICERS MIRIAM WEST President JANE NEFF Vice-President FRANCES JERNIGAN . . . Secretary Miriam West, Jane Neff, Frances Jernigan, Sarah Bar Page 158 RETAIL CLUB KEEPS INFORMED ON NEW DEVEL- OPMENTS IN RETAIL ECONOMICS OFFICERS BEVERLY FITE President MILDRED RUDOLPH . Vice-President NANCY SIMMONS . . Secretary KATHLEEN STEPHENS . . Treasurer Kathleen Stephens, Nancy Simmons, Beverly Fite, Miss Eddy, and Mildred Rudolph. The Retail Economics majors sponsored the Cotton Fashion Show from New York. Director of the show was Miss Virginia Jewel, fashion director of the Cotton Textile Institute, and the National Cotton Council. Members of the Retail Club modeled the latest cottons for college campuses; work garments for farm, house, garden, and factory, and grown-up cottons. SECRETARIAL CLUB ENCOURAGES BUSINESS EFFICENCY Organized in 1924, the Secretarial Club is one of the oldest clubs in the ccmipus. The Depart- ment of Secretarial Science works with the majors in that department to promote intellectual develop- ment among those who are to engage in the business profession. It is their objective to become more efficient in their chosen work by studying, reading and discussing recent developments and points of interest which will aid the Secretarial Science students in their school work and later in the business world. OFFICERS — Pictured: Katherine May, Dora Frances Vinson, Virginia Ash, Martha Nettles, Marie Walker, Page 159 SOCIOLOGY CLUB ACQUAINTS ITS MEMBERS WITH THE NATURE OF SOCIAL WORK OFFICERS EVELYN COMER President FRANCES WOODFIN . , Vice-President JULE BRADLEY Secretary LAYNE REYNOLDS .... Treasurer Left to Right: Evelyn Comer, Jule Bradley Frances Woodfin, and Layne Reynolds. The Sociology Club endeavors to keep its members informed about various phases of social work. It provides opportunities for the majors in Sociology to become better acquainted with each other and with interesting personalities who come to speak at the meetings. Under the sponsorship of the Sociology Club was the National Clothing drive which was a big success on the campus. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA RECOGNIZES SCHOLARSHIP AMONG FRESHMEN WOMEN The members of Alpha Lambda Delta, whose objective is to foster intelligent living and to promote scholarship among Freshman women, had as their project the tutoring in special subjects those whose average was just below 2.5. This was an effort to help those students who might become eligible members of Alpha Lambda Delta. Thus the students satisfied their desire for intellectual achievement. OFFICERS JEAN BOBO President CAROLYN TAYLOR . . Vice-President JULIANNE BALLARD . . . Secretary VIRGINIA POWELL ... Treasurer Left to Right: Virginia Powell, Juli- an ne Ballard, Carolyn Taylor, Jean Bobo. Page 160 BETA BETA BETA SERVES AS AN INCENTIVE FOR SCHOLARSHIP BY BIOLOGY MAJORS OFFICERS FAYE GRIDER . . . MARJORIE HUNDLEY . . JEANETTE ANDREWS . DENISE FAUCETT . . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Left to Right: Denise Faucett, Marjorie Hundley, Jeonette Andrews, Faye Grider. Vast opportunities which exist in the field of biological research afford many activities for the members of Beta Beta Beta. There exists an interest in promoting biological study among these biology students who ore members of this honorary fraternity. They have developed this year an apprecia- tion of the values of further study in their field. DELTA PHI ALPHA PROMOTES THE STUDY OF GERMAN Delta Phi Alpha has as its purpose and work the fostering and promotion of the German language and culture. It is an honorary fraternity for those studying Ger- inan. Though the membership is small the aims and ideals hove been continued through interest in German. OFFICER AND MEMBER LILA RAWLINSON Page 161 KAPPA DELTA PI IS AN HONORARY EDUCATION SOCIETY OFFICERS ANNA COBB HALL . ANNIE RIVES DILLARD RUTH GOLSON MARJORIE RABUN . JEANNE GIBBONS . SARAH SNUGGS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter . Historian Jeanne Gibbons, Annie Rives Dillard, Anna Cobb Hall, Ruth Golson, Mar- orie Rabun, Sarah Snuggs. This has been one of the most active years of this education fraternity. The members sold Christmas cards in order to complete the fund which will provide a yearly scholarship of seventy-five dollars. Two of these members, with Miss Vickery, the counselor, attended the national convention of the fraternity in Milwaukee, and later Kappa Delta Pi served as chairman of the Honor ' s Day Committee which finished off a profitable and busy year. OMICRON NU PROMOTES SCHOLARSHIP IN THE FIELD OF HOME ECONOMICS Home Economics majors who are eligible to become members of Omicron Nu find that there is more interest created in their field when they are enabled to make research and have the opportunity of hearing and talking with professional workers in various phases of Home Economics, as is provided by the Omicron Nu chapter en the campus. Omicron Nu members were during the year entertained at various social functions, which permitted them to become socially acquainted as well os professionally. OFFICERS JOANNA SNUGGS President ANNA COBB HALL Vice-President LINDA MOODY Secretory-Treasurer Left to Right: Snuggs, Moody Page 162 KAPPA PI DEVELOPS AN APPRECIATION OF ART OFFICERS LUCIE McDonald . . President JEANNE GIBBONS , . Vice-President LULA LEWIS Secretary-Treasurer Kappa Pi members, whose interests lie in the artistic field, initiated a study of Emily Post and etiquette at the beginning of the year and followed up the study by several dinner parties for the new members through- out the semester. Miss Kennedy, professor of art, serves as the sponsor of Kappa Pi. Seated: Lucie McDonald. Standing: Jeanne Gibbons, Lula Lewis. KAPPA MU EPSILON STIMULATES INTEREST IN MATHEMATICS Duplicating the cube ond constructing a nine-point circle were among the topics discussed at the monthly meetings of Kappa Mu Epsilon, honorary society composed of Mathematics majors and minors who meet the scholastic requirements. Special project for the year was cooperating with the mathe- matics methods class in sponsoring a mathematics exhibit which was open to the public and featured the history and modern uses of M.athemctics. New members of the group were initiated at a Spring banquet. OFFICERS ANNIE RIVES DILLARD FRANKLEE GILBERT . BETTY SUE WILHITE MARY HAVENS . . President Vice-President , Secretary Treasurer Annie Rives Dillard, Betty Sue Wil- hite, Mary Hcvens, Franklee Gilbert. Page 163 1 Hopson, Nell Sarah Snuggs. LAMBDA SIGMA PI HAS AS ITS MEMBERSHIP TWELVE OUTSTANDING SENIORS OFFICERS JEAN HOPSON SARAH SNUGGS NELL SOUTHERLAND President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer One of the outstanding contributions this honorary group from the Senior class made to the campus was preparing a list of rooms in town where visitors to the campus might stay. Rewriting the chapter ' s constitution and making plans to become a part of Mortar Board, the national fraternity, have been other activities of Lambda Sigma Pi. In cooperation with the President ' s Council, Lambda Sigma Pi assisted in preparing newly elected officers for their positions as campus leaders during the coming year. Lambda Sigma Pi sponsored the campaign speeches of the candidates for the Student Govern- ment offices. PI DELTA EPSILON TAKES AN INTEREST IN JOURNALISM Journalistic ability as shown by members of the staffs of the student publications is recognized by Pi Delta Epsilon. The notional chapter supplies literature and materials to the local chapter for their information in planning better publications and improving on their journalistic ability. The members discussed ways of preparing more vita l writing in many phases of news publishing. OFFICERS CAROL GARDIEN ALICE MAYFIELD . . . LILA RAWLINSON President Vice-President S» § Left to Right: Carol Gardien, Alice May field, and L:la Rawlinson. PI KAPPA DELTA ENCOURAGES INTERCOLLEGIATE ORATORY AND DEBATE OFFICERS HELEN PARRISH President MERLE LUNSFORD Vice-President VIRGINIA RICE Secretary Once again this year Pi Kappa Delta sponsored an Intrannural Discussicn contest on the campus in an effort to stimulate interest in public speaking. Forty students from the four dormitories discussed the question, " Should the United States Have Uni- versal Military Training? " East Main was judged the winner and presented with the Pi Kappa Delta trophy. Left to Right: Helen Parrish, Merle Lunsford, and Virginia Rice. The Debate team was also reorganized and made its first post-war trip to the Savage Forensic Tournament in Durant, Oklahoma, and to Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky. Pi Kappa Delta members of the team participated in debate, oratory, extemporaneous and impromptu speaking. PI TAU CHI IS AN HONORARY METHODIST ORGANIZATION The Methodist Church in order to show recognition to Methodist students who have excelled in col- lege and have served the church during their college career established Pi Tau Chi. Students who were chosen to this honor society help to promote further interest in and service to the church to which they belong. Pi Tau Chi is a new or- ganizaticn on the campus, but it has successfully combined religious life with school work. OFFICERS ANNETTE HIXON President VIRGINIA ASH Vice-President RUTH GOLSON Secretary JENNIE GRAHAM Treasurer left to Right: Virginia Ash, Anne ' te Hixon, Ruth Golson, Jennie Graham. Page lo5 £i iM» SIGMA ALPHA CHI ENGAGES IN ARTISTIC PURSUITS OFFICERS DAUN BENSON President LENNIE SUE GOREE Vice-President IMAELL CAUSEY , Secretary-Treasurer Students who shew talent and ability in art are invited to become members of Sipma Alpha Chi. These members continue their work and interest in art by studying new and improved artistic methods and plans. Left to Right: Imaell Causey, Lennie Sue Goree, Daun Benson. Sigma Alpha Chi puts into use and practical application the knowledge and ability required. The members made wooden ducks and other toys and prepared a picture scrapbook which they sent to the Crippled Children ' s Clinic in Birmingham. Through this worthy project the children at the Clinic found hours of enjoyment. SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA HONORS THE FUTURE SECRETARIES Honor students in Secretarial Science are organized in Sigma Alpha Sigma in order that they may work together toward further achievement and scholarship in their major field. As members of this honorary society these students who will become secretaries ore given an opportunity to come in closer contact with the professional world and the position of the secretary. They are allowed to keep abreast of the times and are at all times striving to promote greater interest and achievement which will be indispensable in their future work. OFFICERS SALLY HODGES President VIRGINIA ASH .... Vice-President MARY TOWNSEND Secretory-Treasurer Left to Right: Sally Hodges, Mary Townsend, Virginia Ash. Page 166 MU DELTA ALPHA SPEAKS IN SPANISH OFFICERS GRACE KORTH LaVERNE SIMS LAYNE REYNOLDS President Vice-President Secretary Left to Right: Grace Korth, Layne Reynolds, LaVerne Sims. The study of Spanish and Spanish-speaking countries is continued outside the classroom by Mu Delta Alpha which is a local honorary Spanish fraternity. By speaking in Spanish at the meetings, the members acquire more fluency in the language, and by discussing the customs and habits of the Latin people and countries they increase their knowledge and appreciation of cur neighbors to the south. It is fortunate that on our campus there are exchange students from Central and South America who share their experiences and native tongue with Mu Delta Alpha. ZETA PHI ETA MAINTAINS HIGH SPEECH IDEALS Zeta Phi Eta is the only professional speech arts fraternity for women alone. It is one of the ambitions of the Speech majors on the campus to become members of this nationally known society fcr the furthering of Speech arts in the professional fields Through Zeta the Speech students be- come acquainted with outstanding persons engaged in Speech work. When Ruth Draper, nationally famous monologist pre- sented her recital on the Alabama College campus, Zeta members were privileged to meet her at a tea given in her honor by Zeta Phi Eta. OFFICERS VIRGINIA RICE , ADDIE LOU PARRIS ANN ANDERSON . , IRIS KIRKPATRICK . , ALICE MAYFIELD President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Recording Secretary Seated, Left to Right: Addie Lou Parris, Mjss Draper, Virginia Rice. Standing: Ann Anderson, Alice Mayfield, Iris Kirkpatrick. Page 167 OFFICERS ELSIE MERLE SHARP Chairman MISS BERNICE FINGER Faculty Sponsor Ushers from the Senior and Freshman Classes THE USHER CLUB PROVIDES USHERS FOR PUBLIC FUNCTIONS At all entertainments presented in Palmer Hall— concerts, plays, Elite Night and College Night— the audience is met by a myriad of lovely dresses and girls at the door. These ore the ushers selected from each class to escort and show the patrons to a seat, and serve as hostesses to the visitors. The ushers render faithful and invaluable service to the campus and are an important part of each entertainment presented in Palmer. Eoch class takes pride in its members who belong to the Usher Club. Ushers from the Junior and Sopho more Classes. Poge 168 OUR IDfERTISERS C onaxatiiLation±.... 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When you need PRINTING we will be glad to hove on opportunity to serve you PHONE 5101 MONTEVALLO TIMES W. M. WYATT, Publisher COMPLIMENTS OF Montevallo Cleaners AT YOUR SERVICE U ISIDORE KAYSER CO. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY Selma, Alabama Compliments of JETER MERCANTILE COMPANY MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA FOR FINE DIAMONDS WATCHES and SILVERWARE —See— ELEBASH JEWELRY COMPANY No. 1, Court Square MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA COMPLIMENTS OF THE HELBURN COMPANY MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA ! ) HOLCOMBE ' S GOOD THINGS TO EAT Montevallo, Alabama Compliments of W. A. MAY GREEN ATHLETIC SUPPLIES and TOYS Montgomery, Alabama QUALITY COSTS LESS -AT- MONTGOMERY FAIR BEST WISHES FROM BIRMINGHAM ' S FINEST APPAREL SHOP FOR WOMEN SELBY-BONFIELD 2007 3rd Avenue North Birmingham, Alabama - YOUR STYLES WILL CHANGE ' YOUR THINKING WILL MATURE ) -BUT- QUALITY IS PERMANENT THE LITTLE SHOP OF PERSONAL SERVICE J FEATURING QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR 75 YEARS SUNDAY DINNER PRODUCTS THE BEST-REASONABLY PRtCED Distributed By SCHLOSS KAHN Montgomery Alabama THE 1946 MONTAGE, THE 22ncl EDITION TO USE A — MOLLOY MADE COVER THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY 2857 N. Western Avenue— Chicago 18, Illinois QUALITY, SERVICE and COURTESY REIGN SUPREME -In- The One Place in Montevallo Where Girls Relax, Revive and Rejoice • MONTEVALLO DRUG COMPANY SERVICE WITH A SMILE -At- WILSON DRUG COMPANY On the Corner PHONE 5411 Montevallo, Alabama COMPLIMENTS OF ALABAMA COACHES COMPANY DEPENDABLE BUS SERVICE Montevallo, Alabama " QUALITY and SERVICE " -by- L G.BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro, Mass. MANUFACTURING JEWELERS and STATIONERS Representative— MR. E. G. FITZGERALD Birmingham, Ala. ; ; P. O. Box 1072 (]ongratnlations, Seniors.... GASPAR-WARE STUDIO e CUyL T i • • COMB HAT MAY CONFIDENCE is the heritage of youth .... it is also a fundamental requirement of business .... attained by long study, training and experience • We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs throughout the country for over thirty years .... an accomplishment for which we are trxJy grateful and justly proud . t . • • • COLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISION ALABAMA ENQRAVING COMPANY B I R .IN GHAM I OUR numm ummm uuU ondune Long after war has ceased they will stand as beacons to the American Way ... to greater achievement in religion, arts, science, research, and industry. The way is not easy. It is narrow. It is sometimes rough. Other paths beckon alluringly, as seeming short cuts. But in mankind ' s halting progress through the ages many paths have been explored before. If now in uncertainty we change paths we will sIo a up progress and confuse those whose eyes ore on us. By further smoothing of the proved paths we can continue tc inspire eornest men everywhere to follow the way that already has led one nation so far toward the better and happier life for all. ©f) Qaragon Qress DESIGNERS AND CREATORS OF IhC [ 1141X141X2. 14 ADAMS MONTGOMERY , .t . " " BlBBBPr »mmi- CD r« I ■ " " HI- ■ . y


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