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

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.;« -paring X X X % X .% v .%■ V -A « % % V X , f V X ' 1T 3KFJ X X? P r $ £ i ' w K ?$ b$$ a .cfjb ■■ ■■ grJ? ' ,o -° 9 eg A .e v .J W- ■ . ■ P sD- e? v o ' ' V, " s v ; v s % % VvVO 1 V Dedicated • § ..... . .... One who is a credit to her profession and an invaluable member of the college com- munity who is constantly in demand to hand out pills and sympathy for ills, both real and imagined; who for thirty- two years has given faithful service to Alabama College. DR. W1LLEU PECK u A montage of the college: The rambling halls of Main, topped by Buzzard— Ramsay and the laundry whistle— Hanson, home of harassed Juniors— King Tut, with Otis the Elusive Elevator— the infirmary graced by Peter the Cat— Palmer stage, scene of every- thing from Crook Court to symphony concerts —the sounds of Calkins and smells of Bloch— the tower by moonlight, or sunlight, or pour- ing water down on unsuspecting heads— " Those who ' ve pushed us along, pulled us along, and gone along with us " — the faculty and administration. • , m 4 V l;«h . !§l ffi ' . ■• -: - ■ ■ - " ■ ' .. ' ■ ■ ' ■■ ' REYNOLDS HALL, UNION BUILDING ' lam Ills His CALKINS HALL, MUSIC BUILDING FRONT CAMPUS BLCCH HALL, CLASSROOM BUILDING MAIN DORMITORY, FRESHMAN DORMITORY PETERSON HALL INFIRMARY I I ..-ir ' Ai. " ' . ' " ' •• HANSON, JUNIOR DORMITORY RAMSAY, SOPHOMORE DORMITORY BIBB GRAVES HALL, PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDING TUTWILER HALL, SENIOR DORMITORY 5 £ i i $ . ■ COMER HALL, CLASSROOM BUILDING KING HOUSE, PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT THE UIIIUHIMt The year 1947 marked two outstanding events in Alabama education and politics: the beginning of Alabama College ' s second half-century of life, and the accession to office of Governor James E. Folsom. Making his first appearance on our campus during the Fiftieth Anni- versary celebration, Governor Folsom has since then displayed a wide interest not only in Alabama College but in education throughout the state. THE PRESIDENT The name of Dr. Harman brings to mind many things: an Alabama educator for half a century; a leader of Alabama College for twelve years; a thoughtful student of life, and, most outstanding, a lover of all things beautiful. " I would rather be remembered for the rcw of cak trees near Comer Hall than for Comer itself, both of which were established during my term of office here, " he told us. Perhaps these sturdy oaks, more than anything else, symbolize Dr. Harmon ' s years of fruitful service to the college. Alabama College can only say, " Well done, thou good and faithful servant. " THE DEO Dean Napier: a courteous and friendly person, whether in his office or on Palmer stage,- a psychology teacher of wisdom and humor; a magician who can make baffling schedule problems vanish; a counselor, wise and young-in-heart, who believes whole-heartedly in the students of Alabama College. His confidence in the students ' ability to come through difficult tasks is equaled only by our gratitude to him for serving so splendidly as Dean. Page 20 THE BUSINESS MMUER Just rounding out his first year at the college, Mr. Fowler has already shown himself equal to anything from handling the bewildering figures of the college budget to facing the disconcerting flash of Harrell ' s camera. Besides steering college finances through the year, Mr. Fowler found time to listen to student business managers ' woes and to help straighten out the tangles that student publications ' budgets fall heir to. Our appreciation goes to him for becoming so readily a part of college life. Page 21 MISS LEE MISS HENDRICK DR. STECKEL ADMINISTRATIVE Miss Lee, who keeps money matters straight; Miss Hendrick, who hands out the read- ' em-and-weep returns,- Mrs. Lee, through whose office A. C. makes the news,- the vocational guidance tests of Miss Gachet; the consoling presence in Reynolds of Mrs. Woods and Mrs. Wills, who can conjure up the lace tablecloth, punch cups, or gallons of coffee essential to Reynolds festivities,- Miss Lovelady ' s alumnae news,- Mr. Harmon, the car- penters, plumbers, and electricians, who can make shrubbery grow, lights turn on, and elevators cease sticking between third and fourth; Miss Leeper, who hands out call slips, checks, and, in rare instances, mail,- Mrs. Duncan, Miss Kemp, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. McNeill and Mrs. Gee, who mother the inhabitants of the dorms,- the pills and powders of Dr. Peck,- Dr. Steckel, whose specialty is advice,- the efficiency of Miss Russell and Miss Jones-Williams, who keep the library orderly in spite Below, Left: MRS. BLACK . . . Below, Center: REYNOLDS, TAYLOR, JONES WILLIAMS, Library Staff . . . Below, Right: MR. MARIAN HARMON . . Top, Right: MISS LOVELADY. MR. 5ta:l: STIFF . . . of the ravages of harassed students in search of a 1919 Science Journal; " Miss Anna " and ' Miss Edna " who are on the job from Monday morning ' s steamed eggs to Sunday night ' s potato chips— these are the people who make the wheels go ' round in A. C. ' s machinery. MRS. WOODS Left: HOUSEMOTHERS McNEILL, DUNCAN, GEE, MARSHALL, KEMP . . . Bottom, Left: MRS. WILLS . . . Bottom, Center: MISS GACHET . . . Bottom, Right: MRS. LEE. 7ke F A ART DAUN KENNEDY, B.S., MA., Professor; MARTHA ALLEN, A.B., MA., Associate Professor; VIRGINIA W. BARNES, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor; GRACE BAKER, B.S., M.A., Craftsman. BIOLOGY C. G. SHARP, B.S., M.S., Professor,- ZOE CARROLL BLACK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor; HELEN BLACKISTON, B.S., M.A., Associate Professor. EDUCATION MILTON L. ORR, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor; A. C. ANDERSON, A.B., M.A., Professor,- MINNIE DUNN, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor,- FRANK N. PHILPOT, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor. ENGLISH A. W. VAUGHAN, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor,- W. H. TRUMBAUER, A.B., M.A., Professor; LEAH A. DENNIS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor,- EVA GOLSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor,- ELOISE MERONEY, A.B., M.A., Associate Professor,- SARAH PURYEAR, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor; CAROLYN QUINN, A.B., Instructor; LILLIAN K. WARD, A.B., Instructor. Top, Left to Right: BLAKISTON, SHARP, BLACK . . . Center, Left to Right: ANDERSON, PHILPOT, DUNN, ORR . . . Bottom, Left to Right- Standing: QUINN, PURYEAR, VAUGHN, ME- RONEY; Seated: WARD, GOLSON. C U L T Y FOREIGN LANGUAGES LORRAINE PIERSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor; ELIZABETH STOCKTON, B.S., M.A., Associate Pro- fessor; EDGAR REINKE, A.B., Ph.D., Associate Professor; EMILIA MORALES, A.B., Student Professor. HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION MARGARET McCALL, A.A., B.S., M.S., D.Ed., Pro- fessor; BERNICE FINGER, B.A., M.A., Associate Professor; EDITH SAYLOR, A.B., M.A., Associate Pro- fessor,- CORDELIA LUNDQUIST, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor; MILDRED DEASON, B.S., Instructor,- ELEANOR FOREMAN, B.S., Instructor. HISTORY HALLIE FARMER, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor; ANNE Associate Professor; LOR- Associate Professor,- CAREY Ph.D., Associate Professor; , M.A., Instructor,- ETHEL Instructor; LUCILLE NAPIER, EASTMAN, A.B., Ph.D. RAINE PETER, A.B., M.A V. STABLER, B.S., M.A. LUCILLE GRIFFITH, AT MARSHALL, A.B., M.A., A.B., M.A., Instructor. HOME ECONOMICS LOIS ACKERLY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor,- ETHEL BICKHAM, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor; JOSEPHINE EDDY, B.S., M.A., Associate Professor; LAURA B. HADLEY, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor; OLIVIA SMENNER, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor. Top, Left to Right: MORALES, CASTRO, DUMONT STOCKTON, PIERSON, REINKE, GAVIRIA . . Center, Left to Right: FINGER, FOREMAN, Mc CALL, SAYLOR, LUNDQUIST, DEASON . . Bottom, Left to Right STABLER, EASTMAN, NAPIER GRIFFIN, MARSHALL, FARMER, PETER. bove- 7ke F A MATHEMATICS ROSA LEA JACKSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor; MAMIE BRASWELL, B.S., M.A., Associate Professor. MUSIC H. D. LeBARON, A.B., M.A., Professor,- MIECISLAW ZIOLKOWSKI, Stern Conservatory, Professor; ELIZA- BETH B. CHAMBERLAIN, Cincinnati Conservatory, Associate Professor; (CATHERINE FARRAH, A.B., Asso- ciate Professor; HONOR MARY WINER, Columbia Conservatory, Associate Professor; INA STROM, Mus.B., Assistant Professor,- CLAIRE ORDWAY, Mus.B., Mus.M., Assistant Professor,- MAXINE COUCH DAVIS, A.B., M.M., Instructor,- VICTOR YOUNG, B.S., M.M., B.M., Supervisor. 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.D., Assistant Professor; MARY FORD KENNERLY, A.B., Instructor. PSYCHOLOGY T. H. NAPIER, B.S., Ph.D., L.H.D., Professor; MINNIE L. STECKEL, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Professor; KATHERINE VICKERY, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Pro- fessor; WINIFRED C. BLACK, A.B., Assistant Professor; BETTY WEARY, A.B., M.A. Top: BRASWELL, JACKSON . . . Center, Left to Right: WINER, DAVIS, ORDWAY, FARRAH, CHAM- BERLAIN, STROM, ZIOLKOWSKI, LEBARON . . . Bottom, Left to Right: DECKER, HOOD, KENNERLY, KENNERLY . . . Below, Left to Right: STECKEL, BLACK, NAPIER, VICKERY, WEARY. C II L T Y SECRETARIAL SCIENCE LELAH BROWNFIELD, A.B., MA., Professor,- BERTIE M. McGEE, A.B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Asso- ciate Professor; ELLA MAE ELGIN, B.Ed., Instructor. SOCIOLOGY GEORGE A. DOUGLAS, A.B., Ph.M., Ph.D., Professor,- MARY H. WHATLEY, B.S., Associate Professor,- MURRAY C. FLYNN, A.B., Instructor; SIDNEY A. FORSYTHE, A.B., B.D., Instructor; JEANETTE NIVEN, A.B., Instructor. SPEECH ELLEN-HAVEN GOULD, A.B., B.O., M.A., Professor; W.H. TRUMBAUER, Professor,- MARY E. COMPTON, B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor,- MARYLAND WILSON, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor and Director of Radio; HELEN PARRISH, A.B., Instructor. Top, Left to Right: BROWNFIELD, McGEE, ELGIN . . . Center, Left to Right: SCHELL, DOUGLAS, FORSYTHE, FLYNN, HEAD . . . Bottom, Left to Right: COMPTON, GOULD, WILSON. _ tv CLASSES A montage of classes: Wide-eyed freshmen with baggage galore . . . millions of registration cards . . . daily dashes to eight o ' clock classes . . . name three poems by Wordsworth . . . read- ing reports due, term papers due, library bocks overdue . . . give the formula for . . . doodlings on book margins . . . ears strained to hear the bell . . . I haven ' t cracked a book . . . what did you make . . . see you next September . . . caps and gowns, speeches and diplomas. the mo iBI ess em!) It says in the catalogue, " Alabama College for WOMEN, " but this year A. C. ' s gates swung open to men students too. After half a century of echoes of female voices, the air suddenly vibrated with intones of handsome bass and baritone bellows. Back in September both boys and girls were a bit befuddled by the turn of events, but in due time (about two days, that is), the forty " Coeds " knew and were known by each and every girl on the campus. Besides going all out for College Night— they furnished two cheerleaders thereto— the ingenious vets whipped up a man-sized tea— and every last one of them came dressed as " what the tea-attired A. C. GIRL will wear this season. " Clothes for said function ranged from what-no-woman-would-claim-as-a-dress to some very slinky outfits. The walls of Reynolds Hall will never witness a more successful event! Face 31 11 ® OFFICERS ADDIE LOU PARRIS President JEANETTE MASON Vice-President LOUISE HOLCOMBE Secretary MARTHA SOWELL Treasurer The class of 1947: veterans of the days of two well-sharpened pencils, library lectures and desig- nated places. For the four-year-old freshmen, the excitement of the first plunge downward into the unknown abyss of the fire escape has mellowed into deep-rooted dread of dashing pajama-clad to the nearest exit at the sound of the siren. Nightly bouts with History of Civilization have given way to daily treks to the high school. V-mail from Germany and Okinawa has become fat letters from the University and Auburn; scared high school graduates have become sort-of-scared college graduates. They ' ve learned the ropes as Freshmen and aired their knowledge as Sophomores. As Juniors they ' ve matched wits with the Seniors, then become— by the hardest— Seniors themselves, and, finally and un- believably—Graduates! T H E n; i ii ii . s 7ke SENIORS THE FIRST COLLEGE NIGHT IN WHICH THE SIDES ALBREAST, CLARA, Castleberry,- B. S., Home Eco- nomics; Dietetics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spaffcrd Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1,2 Hall Proctor, 4. ANDERSON, ALICE, West Point, Ga. ; A.B., Art Senate 4; Recreation Association 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Alabamian, 2, 3, 4; Montage, 1; Alabama Players 3, 4 ; Art Club, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi, 3, 4; National Col- legiate Players, 3, President 4; College Night, 1, 2 Cabinet, 3, 4,- Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4 Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 1; Theatre Council, Elite Night, 4. BAKER, DOROTHY, Eufaula,- B.S., Institutional Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Die- tetics Club, 2, 3 ; College Night, 2, 3; Fire Captain, 4. BAKER, MAYO ERNESTYNE, Montevallc; B.M., School Music,- Senate 4; Y.W.C.A. Cabniet, 3, 4 ; President ' s Council, 4; Vice-President of Junior Class; Calkins Music Club, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 ; In- ternational Relations Club, 2 ; Orchestra, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 2; Singers ' Club, 4 ; B. S. U. Council 3, Presi- dent, 4; Religious Council 4 ; College Night, 2, Cabi- net, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, 4 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 3, 4 ; B. S. U. State Officer at Conventions, 3, 4; Glee Club Trips, 3, 4; Off-Campus Recital, 4,- Sis- Major, 3, 4; Junior Play; Phi Alpha Mu, 4. BALLARD, JULIA ANNE, Alexander City; B.S., Biology; Senate 1, Secretary, 2; Y.W.C.A., 1, Secre- tary Sophomore Council; Presidents ' Council, 2, 4- Publications Board 2, Chairman, 4 ; Secretary Fresh- man Class; Biology Club, 1, 2, 4 ; Glee Club, 1; Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary, 2; Beta Beta Beta, Vice- President, 3, 4 ; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4 ; Elite Night, 4 ; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4. BARFIELD, CAROLINE, Birmingham,- A.B., Sociolo- gy; Student Government, President, 4; Senate, 3 ; Presidents ' Council, 4; Alabama Players, 4; Speech Chorus, 2 ; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4 ; Pi Delta Phi, 4,- Col- lege Night, 3, 4 ; Eiite Night, 2, 3; Miss Alabama Col- lege, 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, 4 ; Orientation, 4 ; Honor Roll, 2,- Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4 ; Class Play, 2, 3; College Theatre Play, 2, 3. BARNES, VIRGINIA, Montevallo; A.B., Art,- Senate 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. Publicity, 2; Alabama Players, 4 Dance Group, 3, 4 ; Orchestra, 1, 2 ; Retail Club 3, 4 Art Club, 1, ' Vice-President, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi 3, 4 College Night Cabinet, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. BARR, SARAH, Montevallo,- B. S., Physical Educa- tion,- Senate, 2,- Recreation Association, 3, 4 ; Ala- bamian, 3, 4; Alabama Players ,3 4,- Glee Club, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4 ; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1,2, 3; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4. BENSON, DAUN, Birmingham,- A.B., Art, Mathe- matics; Y.W.C.A., 2,- Presidents ' Council, 3, 4; Ala- bamian, 2; Art Club 1, Treasurer 2, President, 3, 4 Kappa Mu Epsilcn, 2, 3, 4 ; Kappa Pi, 3, President, 4 Wesley Foundation, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll, 3, 4,- Methodist Student Conference, 4. Biology — Senior Majors at Work in the Lcb. BLACKBURN, NELL, Gurley,- B.S., Home Ecnomics,- Y.W.C.A., 1, 3 ; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, Secretary 2, 3. BLUE, EVELYN EVANGELINE, Montgomery; A.B., Elementary Education,- Student Government, 2; Presi- dents ' Council, 4; Association for Childhood Educa- tion, 2, Vice-President, 3, Secretary, 4; International Relations Club, 3, 4,- Canterbury Club, 1, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, President 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, Teacher, 4 ; Hiking Chaperon, 2, 3, 4; Sis-Major, 4,- Religious Council, 4; Orientation, 2. BRANNON, BETTYE, Birmingham; A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 4; Presidents ' Council, 4 ; Glee Club, 1; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; Religious Council, President, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4,- Orientation, 4 ; Fire Captain, 2. Page 34 ALBREAST ANDERSON BAKER, D. BAKER, M. BALLARD EASTER BARNES BARR BENSON BLACKBURN BLUE BRANNON % e nnin WERE CALLED PURPLES AND GOLDS WAS IN 1921 BRANTLEY, MARION LOUISE, Monroeville; B.S., Secretarial Science,- Y.W.C.A., 1; Glee Club, 1; Secretarial Club, 3, 4; College Night, 4. CHAVEZ, MERCEDES, Managua, Nicaragua; A.B., Liberal Arts; Newman Club Secretary, 3. BROTHERTON, BETTY, Cherokee,- B. S., Home Eco- nomics; Dietetics Club, 3, 4 ; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 2, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4- Honor Roll, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2. BRUSQUE, JEANNE, Marseille, France; A.B., Liber- al Arts,- International Relations Club, 4,- Honor Roll, 4,- Represented College as Speaker. CHEAPE, KATHLEEN SOPHIA, Greensboro; A.B., English; Alabamian, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Montage, 4,- Interna- tional Relations Club, 3; Co-Chairman of Program Committee, 4 ; Pi Delta Epsilon, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Religious Council, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4- Fire Captain, 2; Hiking Chaperon, 3. CAIN, ANNE MAXWELL, Birmingham,- A.B., Soci- ology,- Senate, 3; Retail Club, 1; Sociology Club, 4; Westminister Fellowship, 4- College Night, 2, 3, 4,- Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. KORNEGAY, IMAELL CAUSEY, Birmingham,- B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 2; Alabamian, 2; Die- tetics Club, 3, 4,- Glee Club, 2; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Art Club 2, Treasurer, 3, Social Chair- man, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4. CLAYTON, HELEN LOUISE, Montevalb; A.B., Speech,- Alabamian, 3; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4 ; Orchestra, 1 ,■ Speech Chorus, 1, 2,- Zeta Phi Eta, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4,- Elite Night, 4. CLEMONS, ALICE RAY, Cullman; B.S., Home Eco- nomics; Y.W.C.A., I,- Biology Club, 2; Dietetics Club, 2, 3,- Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Internatioanl Relations Club, 2, 3; College Band, 2, 3; B. S. U., 1, Council, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3,- Sports, 1, 2, 3; Fire Lieutenant, 2, 3. A Study In Blacks and Whites— and Facia! Expressions. COGLE, JANE, Dixon ' s Mills,- A.B., Sociology,- Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U„ 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4,- Honor Roll, 2; Sports, 2, 3, 4. COLLINS, MARY ELIZABETH, Gallion; B.S., Medical Technology; Y.W.C.A., 1,- Biology Club, 2, 3, 4; In- ternational Relations Club, 3, 4; Sociology Club, 1 ,- B. S. U., 1 ; Hiking Chaperon 4. COOK, CHARLOTTE K., Birmingham,- B.S., Secre- tarial Science,- Presidents ' Council, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Orientation, 2, 3, 4 ; Theatre Council, 3, 4 ; Alumnae Daughters Association, President 4; Usher Club, 3. 36 BRANTLEY BROTHERTON BRUSQUE CAIN KORNEGAY CHAVEZ CHEAPE CLAYTON CLEMONS ■: COGLE COLLINS COOK Vke I I I R S ENROLLED THIS YEAR ARE FIFTY VETERANS . . . CRANE, SARA ELIZABETH, Birmingham; A.B., Eng- lish; Student Government, 4,- Y.W.C.A., 3; Treasurer Senior Seminar, A- Alabamian, 1, 2, 3; International Relations Club, 1,- College Night, 2, 3, 4; House Presi- dent Tutwiler, A- Senior Class Play; Sis-Major, 2, 4 ; 50th Anniversary Information Guide 4. CRAWFORD, ELVALYN FAHAN, Akron,- B.S., In- stitutional Management; Y.W.C.A., 1; Dietetics Club, 3 ; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Usher, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4 ; Orientation, 3, " Fire Lieutenant, 4; Theatre Council, 3, 4. CROOK, EVIE HEATON, Heflin; A.B., Sociology; Publicatons Board, 4 ; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Lieutenant 4. DAVIS, MABEL, Greensboro; B.S., Secretarial Sci- ence; Y.W.C.A., 3; Secretarial Club, 3, 4 ; College Night, 3; Alabamian, 3; Hall Proctor 2. DAVIS, MILDRED JEANNE, Chapman; B.S., Secre- tarial Science,- Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Secretarial Club, 3, 4 ; Sociology Club, 1, 2 ; Wesley Foundation, 1 ■ College Night, 2, 3, 4 ; Junior Play. DAVIS, PEGGY, Montevallo; A.B., Art; Recreation Association, 4; Calkins M.usic Club, 1; Alabama Play- ers, 4 ; Dance Group, 3, A- Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Or- chestra, 1; Retail Club, 4; Art Club, 1, 3, A- Kappa Pi, 3, 4 ; Religious Council, 4; College Night Cabinet, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. CROWELL, BETTY JOYCE, Bluefield, West Va. ; B. S., Chemistry; College Night, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 4. DANIEL, VIRGINIA, Pine Level; A.B., Retail Eco- nomics,- Y.W.C.A., 1; Alabamian, 1, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3 ; Retail Club, 3, 4 ; B. S. U., 1; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Elite Night, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 1. DAVIS, BETTY JO, Hogansville, Ga.; A.B., Art; Art Club, 1, Secretary, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi, 2, 3, President, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 2, ' 3; Fire Captain, 2, Lieu- tenant, 1 . Make-up: A Make-up Student Applies False Lines and Eyebrows to Help Create a Character for the Play. DEAN, MARGUERITE, Alexander City; B.S., Biolo- gy,- Presidents ' Council, 3,- Alabamian 2; Biology Club, 2, President, 3, 4 ; Beta Beta Beta, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Alumnae Daughters Associa- tion, Vice-President, 4,- Representative to Tri Beta Na- tional Convention, 4. DEES, MURIEL SWANSON, Finchburg; A.B., Soci- ology; Senate, 3; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, 1, 2, 3,4,- Ala- bamian, 3; Calkins Music Club, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4 ; May Day, 1; Orientation, 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4 ; Fire Lieutenant, 1; Sis-Major, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club Trip, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Representatives to Presidents ' School, Columbia Uni- versity, 1944; Representative to National Convention, University of Illinois, 1946. DeVAUGHAN, EDITH ELAINE, Lineville; B.S., Secre- tarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, 4 ; International Rela- tions Club, 4 ; Secretarial Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, A- Orientation 4 ; Honor Roll, Summer, 3 ; Represented College, 2. Page 38 CRANE CRAWFORD CROOK CROWELL DANIEL DAVIS, B. DAVIS, MABEL DAVIS, MILDRED DAVIS, P. DEAN DEES DEVAUGHN Vke I I I R S ELEVEN WO MEN VETERANS AND THIRTY-NINE MEN DILLON, MARION CRAWFORD, Auburn; A.B., English; Presidents ' Council, 4; Publications Beard, 4; Alabamian, 2, 3, Editor, 4 ; Montage, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Freshman Commission; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4 ; Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, President, 4 ; Westminster Fellowship, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, Leader, 4 ; Elite Night, 1, 2, 3, Writ- er, 4; " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Fire Lieutenant, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 3. 4. DIXON, EDITH RUNELLE, Thomaston ; A.B., Ele- mentary Education; Y.W.C.A., 3; Reporter for Senior Seminar, 4; Presidents ' Council, 4; Association for Childhood Education ,3, President, 4 ; Wesley Foun- dation, 3, 4 ; College Night, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4. DUMONT, CHANTAL, Chambery, Savoie, France,- A.B., Literature,- Honor Roll, 4,- Represented Col- lege, 4. EARNEST, DOLORES, Coal Valley; B. S., Chemis- try; Y.W.C.A., 1; Publications Board, Secretary, 3; Alabamian, 3, 4; Montage, 1; Glee Club, 1; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Hiking Chap- eron, 3. EARNHARDT, MARY BROWN, Alexander City; B.M., School Music,- Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2 ; Orientation, 4. Practice Teaching: Senior Home Economics Majors Imaell and Sara Aid Their High School Students in Giving a Buffet Supper. EDGE, SARAH THOMPSON, Wadley; B.S., Voca- tional Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; Dietetics Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4 ; Omicron Nu, 4 ; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4 ; Senate, Summer, 3; Y.W.C.A., 3 ; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Fire Captain, 2; State Meeting of Ivol Spafford Club, 4. ELLIS, MARY ELIZABETH, Castleb erry; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1; Dietetics Club, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, Council 4 ; College Night, 1, 2. FARISH, ANITA, Thomaston; B.S., Secretarial Sci- ence; Y.W.C.A., 4 ; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3,4 ; Wes- ley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4. FAUCETT, DENISE VIRGINIA, Northport; B. S., Biology; Alabamian, 3; Biology Club, 1, 2, Vice- President, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 2, 3 ; Beta Beta Beta, 2, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, A- College Night, 1, 2, Cheerleader, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4. FRANKE, BETTYE, Birmingham; B.S., Math; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2; Alabama Players, 3, 4 ; Dance Group, 3, Treasurer 4 ; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, 4 ; May Day, 1 ; Orientation, 2, 4 ; Honor Roll, 2; Sports, 1, 2; Fire Captain, 4; Glee Club Trips, 2, 3, 4. GAINES, MIRIAM, Prattville; B.S., Biology; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2; Alabama Players, 3, 4 ; Biology Club, 3, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, 2 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4. GAUNTT, ELLA RUTH, Tallassee,- A.B., Sociology Recreation Association, Secretary 4 ; Montage, 4 Alabama Players, 3, 4; Dance Group, 3, Secretary 4 ; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4 Mu Delta Alpha, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Fire Captain, 2 Usher, 4 ; Theatre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Page 40 DILLON DIXON DUMONT EARNEST EARNHART EDGE ELLIS FARISH FAUCETT FRANKE GAINES GAUNTT nun RECENT CONSTRUCTION ON THE CAMPUS HAVE INCLUDED AN ADDITION GIBSON, HILDA NELL, Birmingham,- B.M., Flute Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 1 , 3, 4 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1 , 2, 3, 4 College Night, 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 4. GILEERT, FRANKLEE, Prattville; A.B., English, Mathematics; Senate, 1, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4 ; Presidents ' Council, 2, 4; Alabamian, ], 2, 3 ; Mcntage, 2, 3; Editor, 4; Dance Group, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2; International Rela- tions Club, 1, 2; Alpha Lambda Delta, President, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Kappa Mu Eosilcn, 3, 4 ; Lambda Sigma Pi, Vice-President, 4 ; Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4 ; Ccllege Night Cabinet, 2, 3, As- sistant Leader, 4; Elite Night, 4; Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1 , 2 ,3, 4. GLASSCOCK, JOYCE, Cullman,- B.S., Secretarial Science; Ccllege Night, 1, 3, 4; Sports, 1. GORDON, NANCY LEE, Akron, Ohio,- B.S., Physi- cal Education; Y.W.C.A., 1, 4 ; Recreation Associa- tion, 3; Alctbctmian, 1, 3; Alabama Players, 3, 4 ; Physical Education Club, 1 , 2, 3, A- B. S. U. Greater Council, 1, 2, Executive Council, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; May Day; Orientation, 2, 3,- Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; B. S. U. Convention, 1 , 2, 3, 4. GOREE, LENNIE SUE, Prattville; A.B., Art, History,- Student Government, Summer, 3; Senate, 2; Y. W. C. A., 2. 3,- Presidents ' Council, 4; Alabamian, 1, 2, 3; International Relations Club, 3, Vice-President, 4 ; Art Club, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, President 4,- Alpha Home Management— Winna Faye Inspects the Groceries as Bonnie and Margaret Clean the Refrigerator. - " %, Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, Vice- President, 4,- Kappa Pi, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Pi Tau Chi, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Fire Captain, 3, Fire Lieutenant, 2; Methodist Student Conference Auburn, 4. GRIDER, FAYE, Andalusia; B.S., Biology; Presidents ' Council, 3; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4 ; Biology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3 ; Beta Beta Beta, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 2 ; Fire Lieu- tenant. HARDEE, MARY LOU, Evergreen,- B.S., Institutional Home Economics,- Y.W.C.A., 1; Glee Club, 1; Col- lege Night, 1, 2 ; Wesley Foundation, 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Ivol Spafford, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dietetics Club, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; National Archery Tournament, 3,- Pi Tau Chi, Treasurer, 4; Sports, 2. HARRIS, VIRGINIA, Athens, Tenn. ; A.B., Art; Ten- nessee Wesleyan College, 1, 2; Senate, 4; Art Club, 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 4 ; Honor Roll, 3; College Night, 3. 4. HASSLER, HELEN VIRGINIA, Birmingham; B.S., Home Economics; Dietetics Club, 3, Officer, 4 ; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3; Usher, 2, 3, 4,- College Night, 1, Cabinet, 2, Cheerleader, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 4 ; Honor Roll, 3; Fire Lieutenant, 3, 4; Sis-M.ajor, 2, 3, 4; National Cotton Carnival, Mem- phis, 4. HATLEY, MARY CATHERINE, Gadsden; A.B., Soci- ology, Psychology,- Senate, 3, 4; Recreation Associa- tion, 3, Treasurer, 4 ; Sociolcgy Club, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, 2, 3, 4,- Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4 ; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 4; Lieutenant, 2. HAVENS, MARY ELIZABETH, Alexander City; B.S., Mathematics; Senate, 2,- Y.W.C.A., 3, 4 ; Presidents ' Ccuncil, 4; Publications Board, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2, Treasurer, 3, Secretary 4; Pi Tau Chi, President, 4,- Wesley Foundation, 1, Council, 2, 3, President, 4 ; Re- ligious Council, 4; College Night, 2; Orientation, 2, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4,- Delegate to State Methodist Student Movement, 1, 2, 4 ; Delegate to National Movement, Urbana, Illinois, 3. HERROD, DORIS, LEE, Plantersville; B.S., Secre- tarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 4; Montage, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, 2 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Fire Captain 3. Page 42 GIBSON GILBERT GLASSCOCK GORDON GOREE GRIDER HARDEE HARRIS HASSLER HATLEY HAVENS HERROD Ike S E II R S . . . TO THE DINING HALL AND THE REMODELING OF THE MAIN LOBBY HODGES, VIRGINIA, Hartford; B.S., Secretarial Science; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Secretarial Club, 2, 3; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 3; Glee Club Trip, 4. HOLCOMBE, LILLIE LOUISE, Montevallo; B.S., Sec- retarial Science; Montage, 4; Secretary Senior Class; Secretarial Club, 2, 3, President, 4; College Night, 3; Orientation, 4 ; Honor Roll, 4. HOWE, MILDRED CLAIRE, Gadsden; B.M., Voice,- Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 1 , 3, 4; Orchestra, 4; College Night, 1 ; Fire Captain, 4. HUBBERT, ERIN, Birmingham; A.B., History; Inter- national Relations Club, 3, Officer, 4; Y.W.C.A., 3, Cabinet, A- Association for Childhood Education, 3; Honor Roll, 3, A- Student Government, Summer, 3; Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer, 4; Alabamian, 4; Senate, 4 ; College Night, Cabinet, A- Inter-Scholastic Discus- sion Tournament, A- Sis-Major, 4; Orientation, 4. HUTCHISON, LUCY, Enterprise; B.S., Secretarial Science,- Montage, 3, A- Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, Cabinet, A- Orientation, A- Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1; Usher Club, 4. IGNACIO, ELSA ALMA, Hakalau, Hawaii; A.B., English; Transfer from University of Hawaii; Newman Club, 4; College Night, 4 ; Honor Roll, 4 ; Represented College at Birmingham and Sylacauga Rotary Clubs. Senior Home Economics— Sarah Cleans One of the Stoves Used in Cooking Courses. JEFFREY, ELIZABETH LEON, Lower Peach Tree; B.S., Biology,- Biology Club, 2, 3, 4 ; Sociology Club, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 3, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4 ; Fire Captain, 2, 3. JERNIGAN, ZADIE FRANCES, Enterprise,- B.S., Physical Education; Recreation Association, 2, 3; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, Council, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 3 ; Orientation, 2, Fire Captain, 1, 2,- B. S. U. Conven- tion, 2, 3, 4 ; Physical Education Student Section Meeting, 4. JONES, BONNIE LOU, Falkville,- B. S„ Institutional Management; Senate, 4, President, Summer School; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, President Senior Seminar, A- Die- tetics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3,- Program Chairman, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Omicron Nu, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 4,- Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 1. JONES, PHOEBE, Phenix City; B.S., Home Econom- ics,- Y.W.C.A., 3 ; Presidents ' Council, A- Dietetics Club, 4 ; Ivol Spafford Club, 1 , 2, 3, President, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2; Wesley Foundation, 1, Council, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3 ; Elite Night, 4; Honor Roll, 3 ; Sports, 1, 2, 3,- Represented College, 3, 4. JONES, HYLDA SUE, Gadsden,- A.B., Sociology Glee Club, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; B. S. U., 3 College Night, 2, 4 ; Orientation, 4 ; Honor Roll, 4 Fire Captain, 4; Fiftieth Anniversary Pageant, 4; Class Plays, 3, 4. KERSHAW, VIRGINIA, Fort Payne,- B.M., Voice,- Recreation Association, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, A- Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 3; Singers ' Club, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, 4 ; Orientation, A- Honor Roll, 3, 4 ; Sports, 1; Fire Captain, 4, Lieutenant, 1; Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club Trip, 3, 4. Page 44 HODGES HOLCOMBE HOWE ' J % Bk Jttk HUBBERT HUTCHINSON IGNACIO vV JEFFREY JERNIGAN JONES, B. JONES, P. JONES, S. KERSHAW IP w I m- e n i i i n ACCORDING TO PRESENT PLANS., REYNOLDS HALL KOHL, HELEN MARIE, Gadsden; B.S., Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Alabamian, 2, 3, 4; Mcntage, 3, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Speech Chorus, 2 ; Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, 3, 4 ; Westminster Fellowship, 2, 3, 4 ; Religious Council, 1, 2, 3, 4,- College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 2, 3, 4; May Day, 1 . KORTH, GRACE, Birmingham,- A.B., English; Stu- dent Government, Secretary, 2, Vice-President, 3, 4 ; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Presidents ' Council, 3, 4 ; Alabamian, 1, Editorial Staff, 4 ; Montage, Business Manager, 4; Alabama Players, 3, President, 4 ; International Rela- tions Club, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3; Speech Chorus, 1; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, President, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, President, 4 ; Mu Delta Alpha, 1, 2, President, 3, 4; National Col- legiate Players, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, Secretary, 2; College Night, 1, 2, Cabi- net, 3, Assistant Leader, 4 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4 ; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Attended Kappa Delta Pi Con- vention in Milwaukee, 3; Theatre Council, 3, 4. LeCOMPTE, GLENNA FAYE, Coffee Springs; A.B., English, History; Y.W.C.A., 1; Glee Club, 1, 3; Inter- national Relations Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 2, 3, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4. LEEMAN, SARAH ELIZABETH, Decatur; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1; Recreation Association, 2, 3 Dietetics Club, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Wesley Foundation, 1, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 Trip to New Orleans Representing Dietetics Club. LeVERT, ELIZABETH, Maricn; A.B., Sociology. LOWERY, BETTY LOE, Montevallo; A.B., Sociology; Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; Presidents ' Council, President, 4 ; Spanish— Emilia Waits for an Answer in Spanish Conversation Class. Alabamian, 3; Montage, 4 ; Glee Club, 2, 3; Interna- tional Relations Club, 1, 2; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Lambda Sigma Pi 4 ; Mu Delta Alpha, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, Leader, 4 ; Elite Night, 3, So- ciologist, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4 ; Orientation, 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Theatre Council, 3, 4. TAYLOR, MERLE LUNSFORD, Eufaula; A.B., Soci- ology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Alabamian, 4 ; Treasurer, Junior Class,- Dance Group, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Pi Kappa Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; ' College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; May Day, 1; Honor Roll, 4; Debate Team, 1, 2, Tournaments Mis- sissippi, North Carolina; Intra-Mural Discussion Tour- nament, 2, 3, 4. MARIK, ALICE M., Robertsdale; B.S., Home Eco- nomics; Senate, Summer, 3; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Presidents ' Council, 3; Dietetics Club, 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent, 4 ; Ivol SDafford Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, 2, ' 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. MARSHALL, ROSALIE PICKENS, Mobile; B.M., Piano,- Senate, 4; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice- President, 4 ; Glee Club, 1, 2; Librarian, 3, Vice-Presi- dent, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Singers ' Club 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 4 ; Phi Alpha Mu, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, President 2, 3, 4; Religious Council, 4; Alumnae Daughters, 3. 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, Musician, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club Trips, 3, 4 ; Out-of-Town Piano Recitals. MARTIN, MARY FRANCES, Birmingham; A.B., So- cial Work; Senate, 3 ; Publications Board, 3 ; Ala- bamian, 3; Montage, 2, Assistant Editor, 3; Sociology Club, 4 ; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Westmins- ter Fellowship, 1, 2, Social Chairman, 3, President of Westminster Fellowship House, 4; College Night, 1, 2, Stunt, 3; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4. MASON, JEANETTE, Alexander City; A.B., Eng- lish; Senate, 4 ; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3 ; Montage 4 ; Vice- President Senior Class; International Relations Club, 4 ; Art Club, 2 ; Pi Tau Chi, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4 ; College Nighf, 1, 3, 4 ; Orien- tation, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4 ; Delegate to State M.ethodist Movement, 3. MAXWELL, WINNA FAYE, Haleyville; B.S., Home Economics; Senate, 4 ; Y.W.C.A., 1,2, 3, 4 ; Presidents ' Council, 4 ; Dietetics Club, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; International Relations Club, 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Omicron Nu, 3, President, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. Pace 46 KOHL KORTH LECOMPTE LEEMAN LEVERT LOWERY TAYLOR MARIK MARSHALL MARTIN MASON MAXWELL % e nnns AND THE COLLEGE KITCHEN WILL BE REMODELED MAY, ANNIE KATHERINE, Salitpa; B.S., Secretarial Science; Senate, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, Secretary, 3, 4; Presidents ' Council, Treasurer, A- Treasurer cf Sophomore Class; Secretary of Junior Class; International Relations Club, 1, 2, 3; Secre- tarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, President 4 ; B. S. U., 1, 2 ; Col- lege Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, Executive, A- Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orien- tation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4 ; Delegate to Na- tional Y.W.C.A. Convention in Atlantic City, 3. McLAIN, ELLEN LOUISE, Robertsdale; B.S., Home Economics; Y.W.C.A., 1,2 ,3 ; Dietetics Club, 3, Secre- tary, -A; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U. 1, Council, 2, 3; College, 1, 2, 3. MIDDLETON, JUNE, Andalusia,- B.M., Piano,- Stu- dent Government, Treasurer, 3; Senate, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3 ; Presidents ' Council, A- Calkins Mu- sic Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4 ; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Librarian, 4 ; Orchestra, 2, 3, 4 ; Singers ' Club, A- Kappa Delta Pi, Historian, 4 ; Phi Alpha Mu, 4; Wes- ley Foundation, 1, 2; Alumnae Daughters, 3, 4 ; Col- lege Night, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4 ; Elite Night, 4 ; Orienta- tion, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Glee Club Trip, 2, 4. MILLER, VIRGINIA ANN, Jamestown; B.S., Secre- tarial Science; Alabamian, 4 ; Glee Club, 2; Secre- tarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2; Col- lege Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 4,- Fire Captain, 3, 4 ; Hall Proctor, 1. MORALES, EMILIA, Bogota, Colombia, S. A. ; A.B., French; Senate, 3; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Newman Club, 3, 4; Re- ligious Council, 4 ; Honor Roll, 3; Represented Col- lege as Speaker. Music— A Rear View of Flulisr " Pickie " ct Work. MORRIS, SARAH MARTHA, Tuscumbia; A.B., Eng- lish; Transfer from University of Louisville, Kentucky; Speech Chorus, 2 ; College Night, 2. 4. MURPHY, MARGARET, Thomaston,- B.S., Biology; Presidents ' Council 4 ; Biology Club, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent, 4 ; Glee Club, 2; Beta Beta Beta, 2, Historian, 3, President, 4,- B. S. U., 1, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4. NEFF, JANE AUGUSTA, Gadsden,- B.S., Physical Education; Recreation Association, 1, 2, 3, President, 4 ; Presidents ' Council, 4 ; Alabama Players, 3, 4 ; Orchestra, 2, 3; Physical Education, 1, 2, Vice-Presi- dent, 3, 4,- Secretarial Club, 1 ; College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4 ; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, Sportswoman, 4. NETTLES, MARTHA ESTELLE, Castleberry; B.S., Sec- retarial Science,- Senate, 3, 4 ; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, Cabi- net, 3, 4 ; Presidents Council, 4 ; Alabamian, 3; Inter- national Relations Club, 3, 4 ; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4 ; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 4; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. PARRIS, ADDIE LOU, Anniston,- A.B., Speech; Sen- ate, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Presidents ' Council, 2, 3, 4,- Montage, 2, 3; Treasurer Freshman Class; President Sophomore, Junior, Senior Classes; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4; Dance Group, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2 ; Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-President, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4 ; National Col- legiate Players, 2, President, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 2, 3, President, 4 ; Zeta Phi Eta, 2, Vice-President, 3, Treasurer, 4 ; College Night Cabinet, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, Actress, 4; May Day, 1; Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Debate Tournament Oklahoma and Kentucky, 3; Zeta Phi Eta National Convention, 1946. PATE, EVELYN, Castleberry; B.S., Institutional Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, Treas- urer, 4 ; Dietetics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U. Council, 1, 2, President, Summer, 3, First Vice-President, 4; Freshman Orientation, 3, 4 ; Hall Chairman, 4 ; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1; B. S. U. Convention, 2, 4. PAULK, LOUISE, Mobile; B.S., Secretarial Science; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2; Col- lege Night, 2, 4; Orientation, 2; Fire Lieutenant, 2. 48 MAY McLAIN MIDDLETON MILLER MORALES MORRIS MURPHY NEFF NETTLES PARRIS PATE PAULK 74? SENIORS THIS YEAR ' S ENROLLMENT OF 850 IS THE LARGEST SINCE 1940 - 1941 PETERSON, HELEN, Selma; B.S., Psysical Educa- tion; Freshman Commission, Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4 ; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foun- dation Council; College Night Cabinet, 3, 4. PLANT, MARTHA JEAN, Opelika; A. B., Sociology,- Student Government, 1, 2; Y.W.C.A., 1, Alabamian, 3, 4 ; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Sports, 2, 3; House Presi- dent, 2; Sis-Major, 2. PRATER, EUNICE A., Weogufka; B.S., Heme Eco- nomics; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U., 1, 2, Greater Council, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4. PRIDDY, MIRIAM, Sulligent; B.M., Piano; Y.W.C.A., 1; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 3, 4; College Night, 4. PRIESTER, JEANNE, Opelika; B.S., Home Econom- ics,- Ivol Spafford Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4,- B. S. U., 1, 2; Col- lege Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 4; Hiking Chaperon, 3. RADNEY, MARY FRANCES, Wadley; B.S., Secre- tarial Science,- Y.W.C.A., 2; Secretarial Club, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 2, Vice-President, Summer, 2, 3; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Intra-Mural Discussion Tournament, 2; Class Play, 3; Association for Childhood Education, 4. First Aid— Would-be First Aiders Tie Up Their Long-Suffering Victims: REID, RUTH, Montevallo,- B.S., Secretarial Science,- Secretarial Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 4. REID, SARA, Gadsden,- A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 2. 3. 4 ; Alabamian, Circulation Manager, 4; Sociolo- gy Club, 2, 3, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Col- lege Night, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Honor Roll, 3; Fire Captain, 1, 2, Lieutenant, 3; Archery Tournament, 3. REYNOLDS, LAYNE, Fort Deposit; A.B., Sociclogy,- Senate, 4,- Y.W.C.A., 3, Cabinet, 4; Recreation Asso- ciation, 4 ; Presidents ' Council, 4 ; Alabama Players, 4; International Relations Club, 2; Sociology Club, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 4 ; Mu Delta Alpha, 2, Secre- tary-Treasurer, 3, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, Coun- cil, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; Orienta- tion, 3, 4,- Honor Roll, 3; Fire Captain, 3, Fire Chief, 4. RICE, VIRGINIA, Annistcn; A.B., Speech; Senate 3, President, 4 ; Y.WO.A. Secretary, 2, 3, 4; Presidents ' Council, 3, 4; Montage, 2, 3,- Secretary Fre:hman Class and Sophomore Class; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Na- tional Collegiate Players, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 2, 3, Secretary, 4; Zeta Phi Eta, 2, President, 3, Corresponding Secretary, 4,- Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, ' 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4 ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4 ; Orientation, 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 2, 3 ; Attended Y.W.C.A. Convention in Atlantic City. RICHMOND, MARJORIE ELIZABETH, Cockeville, Tennessee; A.B., History; Dance Group, 3, Costume Chairman, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 1, 2, Lieutenant, 3. ROBERTS, BILLIE, Evergreen,- B.S., Biology,- Student Government, Summer 1, 4 ; Senate, 3; Y.W.C.A. President Junior Forum; Presidents ' Council 1; Presi- dent Freshman Class,- Beta Beta Beta, 3, Treasurer, 4 ; Wesley Foundation, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, Scien- tist; Religious Council, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation 4; Honor Roll, Summer, 1, 2, 3; Biology Club, 4. Page 50 PETERSON PLANT PRATER PRIDDY PRIESTER RADNEY REID, R. REID, S. REYNOLDS RICE RICHMOND ROBERTS % e nsnis THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION RECENTLY DEDICATED TO DEAN NAPIER A COLLECTION OF SOUTHERN LITERATURE, CONTAINED IN THE LIBRARY ROBINSON, FAYE, Range; B.S., Secretarial Sci- ence,- Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Publications Board, Secre- tary, 4 ; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Secre- tarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Pi Tau Chi, 3, 4; Wesley Foun- dation, 2, 3, Council, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Delegate to State Methodist Student Movement, 3. SCOTT, ZELMA, Butler,- A.B., Speech, English; Col- lege Night, 2, 3, 4 ; Sophomore Play. SHAMBURGER, FAY, Pennington,- B.S., Biology. ROBISON, SARA NELL, Jasper; A.B., Art; Ivol Spafford Club, 4; Retail Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4. ROY, WANDA, Siluria,- B.S., Home Economics,- Biology Club, 1, 2, Treasurer, 3,- College Theatre, 1, 2, 3 ; Dietetics Club, 2, 3, 4 ; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll, 4 ; Sis-Major, 2, 3; Student Government, Summer, 4,- May Day, 2; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Hall Chairman, 4. SHELLEY, SHARON, Headland; B.S., Secretarial Science,- Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Alabamian, 3 ; Glee Club, 1, 2.. 3, 4,- Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, 2,- College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4. SIMMONS, NANCY ADELE, Paris, Tenn. ; A.B., Re- tail Economics; Alabamian, 1; Freshman Commission,- Glee Club, 1, 2; Retail Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 1, Social Committee, 4; College Night, 4; Ushers ' Club, 4; Hiking Chaperon, Retail Club, " Best-Dressed " Contest 2, 3, 4 ; Tutwiler 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, 4; Chairman and Dance, 4. SANFORD, WILMA NELL, Parrish; B.S., Biology; Recreation Association, 4; Biology Club, 1, 4; Col- lege Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, 2, 4; Orientation, 4 ; Fire Lieutenant, 1 . LOVELADY, AUGUSTA SIMS, Renfroe; A.B., Soci- ology,- Student Government, 4; Y.W.C.A., 1; Ala- bamian, 4 ; Biology Club, 1; Glee Club 1 ,• Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4,- Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3; Cabinet, 4 ; Orientation, 2, 3, 4. Dramatics— Backstage Just Before the Senior Play, " Suds in Your Eye. " :■-■:.::.:-- ' SIMS, BETTY, Birmingham,- B.S., Institutional Home Economics; Alabamian, 3; Dietetics Club, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 3. SIMS, ELIZABETH, Renfroe,- B.S., Medical Techni- cian; Y.W.C.A., 1; Biology, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U., 1, 2; Elite Night, 2, 3, 4. SMITH, WINIFRED, Birmingham; A.B., Sociology,- Alabamian, Advertising Manager, 4; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; Orien- tation, 4,- Fire Lieutenant, 2; Usher, 4. Page 52 ROBINSON ROBISON ROY SANFORD SCOTT SHAMBURGER SHELLEY SIMMONS LOVELADY SIMS, B. SIMS, E. SMITH % e I I I I II S THERE ARE 192 HOME ECONOMICS MAJORS-THE LARGEST GROUP ON CAMPUS SOUTHARD, ETHEL, Athens,- A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 2 ; Glee Club, 1; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; Usher Club, 4; College Night, 3, 4 ; Elite Night, 3, 4. SOWELL, MARTHA, Atmore; A. B., Sociology; Treasurer, Senior Class; International Relations Club, 1, 2; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4 ; Hiking Chaperon, 3. STEWART, HANNAH HOLIDAY, Marion; A.B., Art; Recreation Association, 4; Alabamian, 4 ; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Physical Education Club, 1, 2; Art Club, 3, 4 ; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 4 ; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 2; College Photographer. WALKER, EVELYN, Athens,- A.B., Sociology; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2 ; Sis-Major, 3, 4; Alabamian, 1, 2,- So- ciology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,- Westminster Fellowship,- College Night, 1 ,3, 4; Usher Club, 4. WEED, LADY RUTH, Ariton,- B.S., Mathematics,- Stu- dent Government, 4 ; Senate, 4 ; Y.W.C.A., 1, 2 ; Rec- reation Association, 4 ; Presidents ' Council, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2, 3, President, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3 ; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 4 ; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4. WILDER, CHARLOTTE ANNE, Andalusia,- A.B., So- ciology; Alabamian, 2; Montage, 4 ; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4,- College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 4 ; Sports, 1 . STOKES, MARGARET, Elba; B.S., Home Economics; Dietetics Club, 3, 4,- Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4,- Wes- ley Foundation, 1 , 4. THOMPSON, NELL ROSE, Huntsville,- A.B., History,- Senate, 4 ; Y.W.C.A., 1; Presidents ' Council, 3, 4; In- ternational Relations Club, 1, Program Chairman, 2, President, 3, 4,- B. S. U., 1, 2,- College Night, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4 ; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; At- tended Institute of World Affairs, Salisbury, Conn., 1946. THOMPSON, SADIE, Ashland; B.M., School Music- Recreation Association, Step-Singing Leader, 3; Presi- dents ' Council, 4 ; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4 ; Singers ' Club, 4 ; B. S. U., 1, 2; Choir Director, 3, 4 ; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Orientation, 3; Sports, 1, 2; Glee Club Trip, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, PEGGY, Montevallo; B.S., Retail Eco- nomics,- Glee Club, 4; Retail Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; College Night, 4,- Loveman, Joseph and Loeb Scholarship. WILSON, HENRY EVELYN, Fort Payne,- B.M., Mu- sic; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,- College Night, 2, 3, 4,- Orientation, 3. WIMBERLY, MARY MARGARET, Gilbertown,- B.S., Secretarial Science; Student Government, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A., 2, Vice-President, 3,- Alabamian, Business Manager, A- Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, Secretary-Treasurer, 4,- Wesley Foundation, 2,- College Night, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 4 ; May Day, 1; Orientation, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. National Con- vention, Atlantic City. Kat Pursues Her Favorite Study i 4 WINTERS, REBECCA, Sheffield; B.S., Home Eco- nomics. YARBROUGH, BETTY, Roanoke,- B.S., Secretarial Science. YEARGAN, DOROTHY, Prattville,- B.S., Vocational Home Economics; Association for Childhood Educa- tion, 1; Glee Club, 1; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4 ; Honor Roll, 2; Fire Lieutenant, 1 . BEAVERS, STACIE, Cuba,- B.M., Music,- Calkins Mu- sic Club, 4 ; Phi Alpha Mu, 4; College Night, Cabinet 4 ; Honor Roll, 4. Page 54 SOUTHARD SOWELL STEWART STOKES THOMPSON, N. THOMPSON, S. WALKER WEED WILDER WILLIAMS WILSON WIMBERLY WINTERS YARBROUGH YEARGAN Left to Right: TAYLOR, HODGES, PARSONS, YACKEE. THE JUNIORS OFFICERS MARIANNA PARSONS MARGARET HODGES MARJORIE YACKEE CAROLYN TAYLOR President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Under the scrutiny of Housemother Kemp, Hanson Hall has weathered another year of Juniors. With an early scrimmage for a preview of Spring-ing attractions, i.e., THE WEEK, the Juniors made off with the Crook— only to have the rightful proprietors ' nocturnal dirge-chanting remind them of things to come. The ' 48-ers defrosted long enough for President Parsons to " mother " her fellow thespians through " The Goose Hangs High, " the class play. Prepara- tions for the Prom and College Night ran neck and neck— the former leading out under a full " Blue Moon " in February. In the spring, while the inhabi- tants of Tutwiler feasted at the Citizenship Day banquet, Juniors broke a tradition and nearly startled the Seniors witless by tidying up the rooms in the sacred dormitory. Wishful thinking and crossed fingers key-noted Hanson ' s lobby on the most-important night of the " drawing, " for, as usual, the Juniors outnumbered the rooms in Tutwiler. The lucky low numbers clicked their gleeful heels, then remembered that Tut was still many Seniorian chants and midnight marches away. ALBRIGHT ALEXANDER, J. ALEXANDER, M. ASHCRAFT BAKER BARBAREE BAKR BARRET BECK BLACKWOOD BLUE BOBO BOSWELL BROGDEN BROOKS, K. BROOKS, M. BULLOCK BUMPERS BYRD CAPPS CARR CATON COCHRANE COLLUM Page 58 " 7 4 e J U I 1 R S IN 1896 THE ALABAMA COLLEGE FACULTY NUMBERED 6 ALBRIGHT, ELIZABETH Montevallo Secretarial Science, Spanish ALEXANDER, JEAN Art ALEXANDER, MARY LOUISE . . . Home Economics ASHCRAFT, MAXINE .... Secondary Education BAKER, BETTY JO Secretarial Science BARBAREE, AMY Math Birmingham Decatur Kennedy Calera Montgomery BOSWELL, JEAN . . . Secretarial Science BROGDEN, MARY ANN English BROOKS, KATHERINE M. . . Music BROOKS, MARY JANE . Retail Home Economics BULLOCK, MARY ADELIA Art BUMFERS, MARION . Elementary Education Geneva . Andalusia . . Elba Montgomery Birmingham Grove Hill BARR, CATHERINE Voice Anniston . Mobile BYRD, SHIRLEY BARRET, SARAH LUCILE Elementary Education BECK, CARMEN . . . Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Secretarial Science BLACKWOOD, FRANCES Cleveland Retail Home Economics BLUE, JACQUELINE Bay Minette Sociology and Biology BOBO, JEAN . Mobile Biology, Chemistry Sociology CAPPS, FRANCES ZULINE Institutional Home Economics CARR, MARY FRANCES Physical Education CATON, MARY LOU Biology COCHRANE, ELENORE . . Math COLLUM, CLARICE Gadsden Luverne Talladega Montgomery Birmingham Mobile Home Economics Pottery— Big Event at the " Pot Shop " — Opening the Kiln. Page 59 CONNALLY CRUTCHER CURTIS DANIEL DEASON EDGAR ELLARD ESSUNGER EVANS FAUCETT FOSTER FREELAND GAVIRIA GIBSON GILLESPIE GRANT GRANTHAM GUILFORD HAMILTON HAMNER DIXON FOLKS GRADY HARRELL Page 60 7ke jiinn THE COLLEGE HAS HAD FIVE PRESIDENTS CONNALLY, ANN Music Gadsden Athens FOSTER, IRENE CRUTCHER, MARGARET ANN . . . Sociology CURTIS, EVELYN E Birmingham Sociology DANIEL, SARA Round Mountain Home Economics DEASON, EDITH E America Speech DIXON, MARJORIE Thomaston Math Secretarial Science Huntsville FREELAND, JANICE Grand Bay Sociology GAVIRIA, LEONOR Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Special GIBSON, ENITH Mobile Medical Technology GILLESPIE, POLLY Birmingham Sociology GRADY, EDITH Huntsville Secretarial Science EDGAR, JO ELLARD, JUDY Secretarial Science Sociology ESSLINGER, JEANETTE .... Chemistry EVANS, BETTY SUE Secondary Education FAUCETT, LOU ELLEN Retail Home Economics FOLKS, BETTY Elementary Education Deatsville Dothan Gurley Florala . Gadsden Sylacauga GRANT, GRACE Elementary Education GRANTHAM, MARY ELIZABETH Medical Technology GUILFORD, MARTHA History HAMILTON, JO Retail Economics HAMNER, VERA NELL .... Speech HARRELL, MARGARET EDITH . Art Verbena Unicntown Gadsden Decatur . Arley Birmingham Home Economics — Juniors Floretta, Nicky and Jane Redo a Rocker As Part of Their Furniture Refinishing Course. Page 61 HATFIELD HAVENS HAWKINS HENDERSON HODGES HOLESAPPLE HORSLEY JACKSON, D. JACKSON, J. JOHNSTON JONES, F. JONES, MATRED ONES, MIRIAM JONES, P. KEENAN KELLEY KNOTTS KNOWLES KUYKENDALL KYNERD LECROY LILE MACKIE MAJORS Page 62 Ike JUNIORS THE SWIMMING POOL WAS BUILT BY FUNDS . . . HATFIELD, JOYCE ... Eufaula JONES, MIRIAM K. . . . Art Madison Sociology HAVENS, VIRGINIA .... Math Alexander City JONES, PEGGY Speech Aliceville HAWKINS, LUCILLE . . Home Economics Collinsville KEENAN, ELIZABETH . Sc Liberal Arts henectady, N. Y. HENDERSON, VIRGINIA . . . Retail Economics . Carthage KELLEY, MILDRED ANNE Math Tallassee HODGES, MARGARET . . . . Sociology . Ashville KNOTTS, VERMEY LEE Social Welfare Gecrgiana HOLESAPPLE, BETTY . Decatur KNOWLES, INEZ Headland Retail Economics Home Economics HORSLEY, FAYE Secretarial Science Gadsden KUYKENDALL, NANCYE Sociology Samantha JACKSON, DIXIE Secretarial Science . Demopolis KYNERD, VIRGINIA Biology Selma JACKSON, JEAN . . Physical Education Talladega LeCROY, NELL . Vocational Home Economics Castleberry JOHNSTON, ALICE Physical Science . . McCalla LILE, BETTY Sociology Decatur JONES, FRANCES Chemistry . Verbena MACKIE, JEAN Sociology, Math Fairfield JONES, MATRED . . Secretarial Science Phenix City MAJORS, JEAN Heme Economics Gadsden Advanced Science — Al and Frances Intent on Their Test Tubes Page 63 ■■% v. r I i MALLORINO MILLS PASCHE PRENTICE MAY MINSHEW PATE PRIESTER McCALL NELSON PENDLETON QUARLES SMITH NICHOLAS POOLE RASBERRY MERRILL OWEN POWELL, V. REID MILLER PARSONS POWELL, M. RHODES Page 64 % e J U I I R S CONTRIBUTED BY STUDENTS OF THE 1916-18 SESSIONS MALLARINO, SUSANA . . Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Special MAY, MERLE ... Salippa Sociology McCALL, ALICE French SMITH, SARA McQUEEN Secretarial Science MERRILL, CLAIRE JEANETTE . Psychology, Sociology MILLER, FARLEY Art PASCHE ' , BETTY JEAN . . Houston, Texas Secretarial Science PATE, LOUISE Castleberry Vocational Home Economics Opelika PENDLETON, P. E. . Liberal Arts Montevallo Greenville POOLE, MARY GRACE Medical Secretary . Leeds Dozier POWELL, VIRGINIA Organ Prattville Gadsden POWELL, MAVIS .... Clanton Speech MILLS, GENE Daleville Liberal Arts MINSHEW, RUENETTE . . . . . Gadsden Elementary Education NELSON, ANNA GAYLE Athens Speech NICHOLAS, CHARLOTTE . . . Birmingham Home Economics OWEN, JOYCE Butler Sociology PARSONS, MARIANNA Talladega Speech, Mathematics PRENTICE, JULIA DEANE Chattanooga Music PRIESTER, MARTHA . . Auburn Retail Home Economics QUARLES, ELAINE Mobile Art RASBERRY, ALICE Clanton Secretarial Science REID, DREXEL . Pinson Sociology RHODES, MARY HELEN ... Rutledge Retail Economics Tennis — Merle Makes a Successful Rally. Page 65 i I " .. _ a RICHBURG ROBERTS ROGERS SANFORD SCOTT SEIBERT SIMS, A. SIMS, M. SMITH SPENCE STANFIELD STEPHENS STOVAU TAYLOR THROWER WALTON WENTWORTH WESSON Page 66 WEST WOODS YACKEE 7 J U I I R S REYNOLDS HALL WAS ERECTED IN 1851 RICHBURG, JEWEL Luverne Retail Economics ROBERTS, SUE Home Economics ROGERS, FRANCES . . . History Winfield Mobile SANFORD, VIRGINIA Birmingham Medical Technology SCOTT, ANN MARIE LaFayette History STANFIELD, PEGGY . Walnut Grove Home Economics STEPHENS, KATHLEEN Gadsden Retail Economics STOVALL, BETTIE Anniston Home Economics TAYLOR, CAROLYN . . Huntsville Secretarial Science THROWER, BOBBIE Secretarial Science Arab SEIBERT, FRANCES Greenwood, Fla. Elementary Education SIMS, ANNIE LAURIE Renfroe Chemistry SIMS, MARTHA Ashland Liberal Arts SMITH, MARGARET H Prattville Retail Economics SPENCE, CHARLOTTE Athens Sociology WALTON, MARIE Retail Economics Opp WENTWORTH, HELEN ... Shelbyville, Ky. Biology WESSON, MARY Alexander City Secretarial Science WEST, FRANCES MILTON Decatur Secretarial Science WOODS, FRANCES Montevallo Physical Education YACKEE, MARJORIE Gadsden Speech Poultry Class— Junior Home Economics Majors Zuline and Jane Get the Bird While Betty Looks On. Page 67 Left to Right: NOLAN, PAINTER, JONES, HARDY. 7ke SOPHOMORES OFFICERS MAURICE PAINTER HARRIET JONES CATHERINE NOLAN MARTHA ELLAN HARDY President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Between eager, inquiring Freshman childhood and mature Junior and Senior adulthood comes an adolescent period in college life, an in-between phase when the character thinks she knows it all (and almost has to, if she wants to pass psychology and lit)— the Sophomore year! True to time-honored traditions, the Class of ' 49 set out in September with the avowed purpose of making their mark as upperclassmen and impressing indelibly each and every freshman. During Orienta- tion Week the 49-ers dispensed advice and infor- mation to all comers— " If the head of the department doesn ' t know, ask a Sophomore " — then proceeded to take advantage of their divine opportunities of learn- ing. In November the Sophs took time out to swing and sway at their " Serenade in Blue " hop and in March they trod the boards most successfully in " Our Hearts Were Young and Gay. " Something new on second-year agenda consisted of the Sophomore Holiday in the spring and the most hilarious convo- cation program of the season. Having weathered the bane of their existence, the Sophomore Tests, the about-to-be Juniors joyfully inspected Hanson ' s rooms and suddenly realized they had " two down and only two to go. " jlian J J%, 0F % e SOPHOMORES IN 1920 STUDENTS WERE NOT ALLOWED TO ENTERTAIN ADAMS, JEAN . . Atlanta, Ga. BOSDELL, BETTY JANE . Mobile Liberal Arts Speech ANDRESS, ANN . . . Perdue Hill BRADSHAW, JULIA . . . . Montgomery Sociology Sociology ARMSTRONG, ELEANORE GRACE McKenzie BRANTLEY, VONCEIL . . . Evergreen Institutional Home Economics Medical Technology BAIN, BETSEY Bessemer BRELAND, DOTTIE Mobile Music Home Economics BAKER, CAROLYN E. . Selma BROADHEAD, JOSEPHINE . Clantcn Biology Physical Education MABRY, JOYCE BAKER . . Montevallo BRYANT, BEVERLY Birmingham Sociology Home Economics BARNES, ANNETTE Butler BUTLER, JESSIE MAE . . Columbiana Biology Liberal Arts BARNETT, MILDRED Dixiana BYRD, LORA Parrish Art Sociology BEASLEY, TWYNETTE Andalusia CAMPBELL, ADELINE Birmingham Secretarial Science Home Economics BEDFORD, AUDREY Gordo CARPENTER, FRANCES .... Chatom Biology Elementary Education BENTLEY, MARTHA SUE Columbiana CARR, SARA NELL . . Geneva Secretarial Science Retail Home Economics BENTLEY, VILLA .... Columbiana CARTER, NELL Florala Medical Technician Speech BETHUNE, ROSALIE . . Castleberry CARTER, RUTH . . Selma Secretarial Science Home Economics BLUE, PEGGY . . ... . . Elba CASTRO, JULIA . . . Bogota, Co ombia, S. A. History Special Archery— Junior Archers Take Aim and Hope for a Bulls-eye. CASTRO, MARIA . . Bogota, Colombia, S. A. Medical Technology CAUSEY, JEANELL . Birmingham Home Economics CHILDRESS, MARIE Calera Art CHILDS, JUNE MARIE . . . Greenville Institutional Home Economics CHISM, DORIS J Montevallo Piano CHRISTIANSEN, CHRISTINA Clanton Home Economics CLINE, MARY LEE Helena Physical Education Page 70 ADAMS ANDRESS ARMSTRONG BAIN BAKER MABRY BARNES BARNETT BEASLEY BEDFORD BENTLEY BENTLEY, V. BETHL ' NE BLUE BOSDELL BRADSHAW BRANTLEY BRELAND BROADHEAD BRYANT BUTLER BYRD CAMPBELL CARPENTER CARR CARTER, N. CARTER, R. CASTRO, J CASTRO, M. CAUSEY CHILDRESS CHILDS CHISM CHRISTIANSEN CLINE Page 71 7 SOPHOMORES FRIENDS OR RELATIVES IN THE DORMITORY COCHRAN, ANITA Hurtsboro Sociology COLBURN, JO MYRLE . Greensboro Liberal Arts COOK, SADIE .... ... Talladega Secretarial Science COOLEY, MONTEZ . ... Dothan Sociology COPLIN, ELAINE . Lanett Chemistry COTTON, BARBARA Chatom Retail Heme Economics CRAFT, MARTHA RENA . . Lineville Medical Technician DIXON, EDITH Dixon ' s Mills Home Economics DIXON, REBECCA ... . Hatchechubbee Home Economics DUNN, JEAN Gadsden Secretarial Science DUNN, RINA LOU Haleyville Organ EASTER, JEAN Birmingham Sociology EDDINS, BETTY JOYCE Birmingham Piano ELLIS, EUGENIA Belleville History CURTIS, SUSAN . Birmingham Liberal Arts DALE, MARY ALICE Oak Hill Biology DAUGHTRY, MARY LOU . . . Hartford Home Economics DAVIS, UNA FAYE Montevallo Sociology DeVAUGHN, ELOISE ... Lineville Sociology DICKEY, BETTIE Chatom Home Economics DINKINS, ANNE Montgomery Sociology ENGLISH, NINA Elba Speech ENGLAND, ELIZABETH Marion Sociology ETHERIDGE, ELLENE Town Creek Sociology EVANS, DORIS RAE . . . San Juan, Puerto Rico Voice EVERS, ANN Atmore Retail Economics FINDLAY, MARGARET Birmingham Speech FITZGERALD, ESTELLE Pollard Biology Dance — Upperclassmen Learn Ballroom Techniques in Social Dance Class. GAINES, ELEANOR ANN .... Birmingham Sociology GAMBLIN, NINA Attalla Liberal Arts GATES, MAE Clearwater, Fla. Sociology GAUNTT, JOSEPHINE . .... Tallassee Speech GIBBS, CHARLOTTE Cullman Home Economics GIBSON, TOMMIE Birmingham Retail Economics GIBSON, TRACYNE Florence Art Page 72 COCHRAN COLBURN COOK COOLEY COPLIN COTTON CRAFT CURTIS DALE DAUGHTRY DAVIS DEVAUGHN DICKEY DINKINS DIXON, E. DIXON, R. DUNN, J. DUNN, R. EASTER EDDINS ELLIS ENGLISH ENGLAND ETHEREDGE EVANS EVERS FINDLAY FITZGERALD GAINES GAMBLIN GATES GAUNTT GIBBS GIBSON, TOMMIE GIBSON, TRACYNE Page 73 Ike SOPHOMORES THE CAMP HOUSE WAS ERECTED AND FURNISHED GOLIGHTLY, AUDREY Anniston Biology, Chemistry GOLSON, MARY FRANCES Prattville Physical Education GOODE, GLORIA Gadsden Medical Technician GORD, MARIE . . . Huntsville Sociology GRAHAM, NELLIE . . Coden Physical Education GRANT, LOUISE .... Verbena Liberal Arts GREEN, MARGARET . Birmingham Home Economics HINTON, JULIA MAE Orlando, Fla. Medical Technician HOLLIDAY, ANITA JO .... Childersburg Art HOWELL, NELL Aberdeen, Miss. Secretarial Science HYATT, ALICE ALDORA . . Grady Physical Education INGRAM, MARGARET . . Tarrant City Sociology JERNEGAN, LENORA .. ' .... Ozark Music JOHNSON, JEAN Montevallo Home Economics HALL, FREDA Danville Home Economics HAMNER, MARIE . . .... Arley Physical Education HARDEE, EARLEEN .... Evergreen Home Economics HARDY, MARTHA ELLAN Birmingham Speech HARPER, GUSSIE RUTH . . . Pine Hill Speech HEFLIN, BETTY Danville Vocational Home Economics HILBUN, ETHEL ... ... Birmingham Retail Home Economics JONES, CATHERINE . Montgomery Math JONES, EDNA RUTH . . McKenzie Vocational Home Economics JONES, HARRIET Montgomery Art JONES, SARA ELIZABETH Dahlcnega, Ga. Secretarial Science JONES, WILLIE LOU East Tallassee Elementary Education JORDAN, JEAN CLAIRE . . Thomasville Secretarial Science KAEGI, ELISABETH Anniston Art Students Pore Over LIFE, VOGUE, and The Reader ' s Guide in the Library Reading Room. I KELLY, FRANCES . Selma Chemistry, Math KENNEDY, MILDRED Oak Hill Sociology KILGORE, DEANNE Selma B. S. KILLINGSWORTH, HAZEL . Flomaton Home Economics KIRKLEY, CLIFFORTINE . Underwood Elementary Education KNIGHT, MARGARET Birmingham Home Economics KNOTTS, LUCILLE Georgiana English Page 74 GOLIGHTLY HALL ' HINTON JONES, C. KELLY GOLSON HAMNER HOLLIDAY JONES, E. KENNEDY GOODE HARDEE HOWELL JONES, H KILGORE GORD HARDY HYATT JONES, S. KILLINGSWORTH GRAHAM HARPER INGRAM JONES, W. KIRKLEY GRANT . HEFLIN JERNEGAN JORDAN KNIGHT GREEN HILBUN JOHNSON KAEGI KNOTTS Poge 75 7 lie SOPHOMORES THROUGH FUNDS OF THE RECREATION ASSOCIATION KNUDSON, MARY . . . V sntura, Calif. MURPHY, LENORA RUTH .... Centreville Math Biology KOHEN, ANN . Mobile MYERS, BOBBY LOU . Coal Valley Sociology Home Economics LYDA, MARY Frisco City NEWTON, MARJORIE . . . . Evergreen Music Secretarial Science, Spanish MANASCO, LORENE Brookside NOLEN, CATHERINE Anniston Secondary Educaton Sociology MARTIN, MARTHA ANN . . . . Birmingham NORRED, JULIET . . Pine Apple Liberal Arts Secretarial Science MASON, MYRLE . . . . Al 3xander City NORTON, JACQUELYN . . . Silas Physical Education Biology MATHIS, VIRGINIA Monroeville O ' GWYNN, MARGARET Atmcre Biology Secondary Education MATHISON, ANN Red Level Home Economics MAY, MACIE E. . . . Foley Home Economics McCONNELL, ANNE Trafford Physical Education McCULLEY, ZENOBA Montevallo Secretarial Science MITCHELL, MARY RUTH ... Cullman Sociology MONTGOMERY, JANE . Birmingham History MORGAN, MARILLA . . . Birmingham Physical Eudcation PAINTER, MAURICE PARSONS, MIRIAN PARSONS, VIVIAN Sociology Biology ■ iology Calvert Selma Selma PATTERSON, MARGARET Dixiana Music PATTON, AVALINE Bessemer Home Economics PATTON, JANIS Birmingham Liberal Arts PAULK, JANE Union Springs Secretarial Science That Long Uphill Pull From the Field House. PENDERGRASS, PRICE . . . . . Fort Payne Art, Spanish PERRY, SARAH GLENN Lockhart Physical Education PIERCE, KATHERINE .... Union City, Tenn. Sociology PRATT, BETTY Childersburg Retail Economics PRUETT, QUEENELLE CROOK . . . Union Springs History RANDLE, HELEN Opelika History RATTRAY, DORA GENE Gadsden Secretarial Science Page 76 " KOHEN LYDA MANASCO MARTIN MASON AAATHIS MAY McCONNELL McCULLEY MITCHELL MONTGOMERY MORGAN MYERS NEWTON NOLEN NORRED NORTON O ' GWYNN PARSONS, M. PARSONS, V. PATTERSON PATTON, A. PATTON, J. PAULK PERRY PIERCE PRATT PRUETT RANDLE RATTRAY Page 77 Ike, SOPHOMORES THE ALABAMIAN WAS FIRST PUBLISHED IN 1923 REGISTER, VIRGINIA Birmingham THOMASON, CAROLYN Birmingham Liberal Arts Retail Home Economics RENTZ, MARY . .... Gilbertown THOMPSON, CLARE . . Jacksonville, Fla. Liberal Arts Biology ROBINSON, CHESTINE . Range TODD, LOUISE ... Courtland Sociology Physical Education ROWE, BOBBY . . Montgomery TRUE, LIDA Detroit, Mich. Liberal Arts Mathematics RUSSELL, NAN . . Rcssville, Ga. TURNER, SARA JEAN . Andalusia English Physical Education RYALS, DORIS ELLAJEAN Andalusia WALDHEIM, MARTHA RUTH . . Lacapa, Rep. Heme Economics de Guatemala SALTER, ELISABETH McKenzie Bacteriology Secretarial Science WALLACE, NELL . . Decatur SANDERS, DORIS LANE . . Greenville Secretarial Science Institutional Home Economics WATSON, BETTY A Greenville Art SAVAGE, JOYCE Birmingham Speech WEAVER, BETTYE .... Gadsden SEDGWICK, MAY MINTURN Dedham, Mass. Biology English WHATLEY, ELLEN Tuskegee SMITH, HOWARD NELL Maplesville Secretarial Science History WHITWORTH, RAYCEIL . Decatur SPINDLER, LILLIAN Spctswood, N. J. Home Economics Chemistry WILDER, SARA . . . . Andalusia SPINKS, MADGE Thomasville Biology Math WILHELM, MARIE . . . Chickasaw STEPHENS, SALLY . . . Prattville Art Music WILKES, DOROTHY Eufaula STITH, JANE . . . Gadsden English Mathematics WILLIAMS, BETTY .... Montevallo TERRY, BEAUFORD .... LaGrange, Ga. Education Heme Economics WILLIAMS, ROBERT E Calera Golf— Butch Keeps Her Eye on the Ball as Frances Milton and Price Watch Encouragingly. Liberal Arts WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY ... Schenectady, N. Y. Liberal Arts WILSON, KATHLEEN . . Fort Payne Laboratory Technician WOOD, HELEN HORNE Andalusia Sociology WOODS, PAULA Sulligent Retail Economics WYNN, MARY FRANCES Dothan Heme Economics YATES, FRANCES Woodland History ZELVELDER, EVE Paris, France Special Pcge 78 RENTZ SEDGWICK THOMPSON WHATLEY WILSON ROBINSON SMITH TODD WHITWORTH WOOD ROWE SPINDLER TRUE WILDER RUSSELL SPINKS TURNER WILHELM WOODS RYALS STEPHENS WALDHEIM WILKES WYNN SALTER STITH WALLACE WILLIAMS, B. YATES SANDERS TERRY WATSON WILLIAMS, E. ZELVELDER Page 79 FRESHMAN COMMITTEE DAREN EASTER, Chairman Ruth McCulloch, Dorothy Deane Wesson, Katherine Turner The Freshman Class of ' 46- ' 47 made history from the very begin- ning by introducing for the first time— male students. The history- making spirit of the class was ap- parent again when, immediately after their arrival, they presented to President Harman a petition stating that they would be the best freshman class ever. Vke FRESHMEN In October they entertained the student body at a Hallowe ' en party, complete with skeletons hang- ing from the ceiling and a ghost show. They displayed their dramatic ability in their class play " Set It In Troy, " and later blossomed out in their new Spring formals to waltz and jitterbug at the class dance, which was centered around " Two Blue Orchids. " Casting their first votes in Spring elections and refraining from packing their suitcases until a whole two weeks before Spring vacation, the Frosh wound up their momentous first year and looked forward to next fall, when they would help orient what would surely be a much greener class than they ever were. OFFICERS JERRY STROZIER . . President JEAN HARPER . . Vice-President TOMMIE MOODY Secretary EILEEN NEWTON Treasurer ADAMS ALBREAST ALLEN ARMBRESTER ARMSTRONG ATCHISON BARNES BARNETT, J. BARNETT, S. BAZEMORE BEAIRD BENSON BOMAN BOONE BOOTH BROWN, A. BROWN, D, BROWN, J. ' s ;| wi « ,1] ANDREWS ■ ANDERSON ANTHONY AFLIN AWBREY BAGLEY BAKER BARKER BARRETT BARRET BAUGHN BAXLEY BENTLEY BERRY BERTAGNOLLI BLUTSTEIN BOWLIN BRANTLEY ERITT BROOKS BROWNLEE BRUCE BUMPERS BURNS Page 82 Vke F R I S H M E AMONG THE ARTISTS WHO HAVE VISITED THE CAMPUS ARE ADAMS, SARAH ... ... Montevallo Liberal Arts ALBREAST, ELIZABETH Castleberry History ALLEN, BETTY RIVES Selma Liberal Arts ANDERSON, THELMA VIRGINIA . . . Chatom Vocational Home Economics ANDREWS, BARBARA LEIGH . Atlanta, Ga. Art ANTHONY, JUANITA . . . Underwood Secretarial Science APLIN, BETTY JANE . . .... Gantt Home Economics ARMBRESTER, ELEANOR Renfroe Home Economics ARMSTRONG, RUTH . . Calera Retail Economics ATCHISON, ADELLE Plantersville Sociology AWBREY, DORIS ... " ... Leesburg Liberal Arts BAGLEY, CHARLOTTE Anniston Sociology BAKER, BILLIE FRANCES . . Harpersville Secretarial Science BARKER, MILLIE . . Marion Home Economics BARNES, HORTENSE BARNETT, JO ANN BARNETT, SUE Mathematics Music Shorterville Hueytown Hueytown Evergreen Mobile Ranburne Physical Education BARRETT, DOROTHY Home Economics BARRET, VIRGINIA . ... Home Economics BAUGHN, MARY Home Economics BAXLEY, A. J Blue Springs Veterinary Medicine BAZEMORE, CAROL . . . . Columbus, Ga. Liberal Arts BEAIRD, MARGARET . . . . LaGrange, Ga. Liberal Arts BENSON, PATRICIA Andalusia Liberal Arts BENTLEY, MARJORIE Columbiana Art Page 83 BERRY, MARY FRANCES . . Liberal Arts BERTAGNOLLI, KATHLEEN . . Biology ELUTSTEIN, CAROLINE . English Fairfield Daphne New York, N. Y. BOMAN, BETTY GRACE . Gadsden Liberal Arts BOONE, KATHRYN . . . . Bay Minette Physical Education BOOTH, EMILY Oak Ridge, Tenn. Sociology BOWLIN, JEANETTE . Birmingham Home Economics BRANTLEY, JULIETTE . Excel Home Economics BRITT, EARL .... ... Mobile Pre-Medical BROOKS, VIRGINIA Letohatchie Physical Education Birmingham Sulligent Jordan BROWN, ANN Home Economics BROWN, DOROTHY Retail Home Economics BROWN, JOYCE Liberal Arts BROWNLEE, SARA BETH . . Columbus, Ga. Liberal Arts BRUCE, NORMA Birmingham Fhysical Education BUMPERS, BETTY Cortelyou Secretarial Science BURNS, MARY E Mobile Liberal Arts Biology — Freshmen Gingerly Inspect the Museun BUTTRAM BUTLER CALDWELL, B. CALDWELL, S. CARPENTER, D. CARR CARTER, E. CARTER, J. CHANTZ CHEAPE CHERRY CHRISTIANSEN COBB COHRON COLEE COLEMAN CORGILL COTTON COWART CREEL CURTIS DANIEL DANIELS DAVIDSON CAMPBELL CASH CLEMENTS CONNOR CROSBY DAVIS, A. CANNON CARPENTER, C CHANDLER, T. CHANDLER, V. CLENNEY CLEVELAND COOLEY COPE CULLI CURRY DAVIS, E. DAVIS, F. Page 84 Vke F I E S H M E 1 DR. WILLIAM LYON PHELPS, LANSING HATFIELD BUTTRAM, KAY Piedmont CONNOR, DORA JEAN Birmingham Physical Education Home Economics BUTLER, CORINNE New Hope COOLEY, DANA Bessemer Sociology Music CALDWELL, BETTY . . ... Samson COFE, JULIETTE . Inverness Home Economics Physical Education CALDWELL, SHIRLEY Selma Sociology CAMFBELL, LOIS Andalusia CORGILL, RUBY ANNETTE . . . Home Economics Dixon ' s Mills Vocational Home Economics CANNON, JEAN . . Liberal Arts CARFENTER, CAROLINE . Tallassee COTTON, FRANCES M. Secretarial Science Chatom Winfield COWART, STEPHEN Pre-Dental Calera Vocational Home Economics CREEL, ALICE Speech . Sylacauga CARPENTER, DAISY . . Chatom CROSBY, FRANCES Birmingham Secretarial Science Education CARR, MARY LANDAL . Cullman CULLI, LAURA ALMA Gadsden Secretarial Science CARTER, ELLIS ANN Ft. Mitchell Biology CARTER, LESLIE JOE ... Little Rock, Ark. Retail Economics CASH, LeNELLE Birmingham Secretarial Science CHANDLER, THELMA . . ... Silverhill Secretarial Science CHANDLER, VIRGINIA .... Birmingham Physical Education CHANTZ, SARADEL Birmingham Home Economics CHEAPE, JUDY Greensboro Liberal Arts CHERRY, LOUISE Opelika Home Economics CHRISTIANSEN, JOAN . ... Clanton Secretarial Science CLEMENTS, JOYCE Birmingham Art CLENNY, ROBBIE K Abbeville Sociology CLEVELAND, DOROTHY Selma Home Economics COBB, LAURAH Secretarial Science COHRON, JOYCE Liberal Arts COLEE, VIVIAN . . . Secretarial Science COLEMAN, BETTY JOE Home Economics Page 85 Hartford Mobile Jones Frisco City Liberal Arts CURRY, EVELYN A. . . . Morristown, N. J. Math Home Economics Liberal Arts CURTIS, JANE DANIEL, SUE DANIELS, SARA Home Economics DAVIDSON, PAULA MARGARET . Music DAVIS, ALICE Home Economics DAVIS, EDWARD Liberal Arts DAVIS, FRANCES . . Home Economics . Mobile . Centre Montgomery Pensacola, Fla. . Tallassee . Montevallo Panama City, Fla. Hockey — Physical Education Majors in a Tense Moment. DAWSON DAY DEUEL DICKSON ECHOLS EDWARDS FOWLER FRENCH GASTON GATES GLASGOW GOLDSTEIN DEAN, C. DISMUKES ELLENBURG FURR GIDDENS GOMES DEAN, D. Dl VECCHIA EVANS GALLOWAY GILBERT, I. GORE DEASON DUNN FINCHER GARDIEN GILBERT, N. GRAY DEES DELISO EASTER, D. EASTER, L. FLOYD FOSHEE GARDNER GARNER GIRSHON GISSENDANNER GREEN GREENE 7 FRESHMEN MITROPOULOS AND THE MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY... DAWSON, GLORIA Montgomery Secretarial Science DAY, DOROTHY Gadsden Secretarial Science DEAN, COLLEEN Blount Springs Secretarial Science DEAN, DOROTHY D Alexandria, Va. Mathematics DEASON, MABLE Prattville Retail Economics DEES, MARY ALICE Repton Liberal Arts DELISO, MARY J. Long Island, N. Y. Secretarial Science CEUEL, GWENDOLYN KINSLER Castleberry Sociology DICKSON, MARY LOUISE Huntsville Music DISMUKES, GWENDOLYN . Pirchard Secretarial Science DiVECCHIA, BOBBIE Silver Springs, Md. Physical Education DUNN, ELIZABETH Pine Hill Physical Education EASTER, DAREN Birmingham Pre-Dental EASTER, LARRY Birmingham Liberal Arts ECHOLS, TRUE . . Mobile Heme Economics EDWARDS, REX . . . ... Montevallo Liberal Arts ELLENBURG, MARY SUE Gantt Mathematics EVANS, BETTY JEAN Birmingham Liberal Arts FINCHER, MEREDITH . Lanett Physical Education FLOYD, JOYCE Andalusia Music FOSHEE, JAMES Clanton Engineering FOWLER, ELOISE Birmingham Liberal Arts FRENCH, DOROTHY Anniston Speech FURR, BILLIE JOYCE Prichard Sociology GALLOWAY, ANNIE JO . . . Underwood Liberal Arts Page 87 GARDIEN, BARBARA GARDNER, DIANNE GARNER, ANN Art Psychology Art Birmingham Birmingham Oak Ridge, Tenn. GASTON, BETTYE JO Mobile Sociology GATES, MARTHA BYRD Huntsville Physical Education GIDDENS, DOROTHY Andalusia Secretarial Science GILBERT, IVADINE . ... Pcrtersville Home Economics GILBERT, NORMA JOE Flomaton Biology, Chemistry GIRSHON, PHYLLIS Newark, N. J. Pre-Medical GISSENDANNER, SARAH Pinckard Sociology Birmingham Lincoln GLASGOW, MARY LOUISE . . . Liberal Arts GOLDSTEIN, YETTA BART . . . Liberal Arts GOMES, RUTH . Middleboro, Mass. Home Economics GORE, BETTY JEAN Clanton Home Economics GRAY, ELLEN Birmingham Liberal Arts GREEN, SYLVIA Decatur Liberal Arts GREENE, ELIZABETH Dothan Secretarial Science Music — A Freshman Diction Class Pauses to Grin for the Camera. GREER GRIFFIN, 1. GRIFFIN, M. GRIMWOOD GRINDLE HAGLER HAMER HAMILTON HAMMELL HANCOCK HARDEMAN HARDWICK, M. HARDWICK, R. HARDY HARLESS HARMON HARPER HARRIS, M. C. HARRIS, M. J. HAYNES HAYS HEARST HENDERSON HERNDON HICKS, G. HICKS, 1. F. HOLCOMBE, A. HOLCOMBE, E. HOLLIS HOLMQUIST HUGER INGRAM IVEY JACOBY JAMES JENKINS JOHNSON, A. JOHNSON, B. JOHNSON, E. JOHNSON, H. JOHNSON, H. JOHNSON, M. C Page 88 7 he F I S H M I THE HANYA HOLM DANCERS, RUTH DRAPER GREER, BETTYE JOYCE Home Economics GRIFFIN, JO MARION Heme Economics GRIFFIN, MILDRED Liberal Arts GRIMWOOD, MARGARET . . . . Art GRINDLE, RUTH Biology HAGLER, KATHLEEN Music HAM,ER, JEANETTE . . . . . Music HAMILTON, MARIETTA Biology HAMMELL, ESTELLE . Secretarial Science HANCOCK, JUNE Sociology HARDEMAN, DOROTHY JO . . Retail Home Economics HARDWICK, MARGARET . . . Glen Liberal Arts HARDWICK, RUTH Medical Technician HARDY, ROSEMARY Pre-Medical HARLESS, MARY JANE HARMON, JOSEPHINE 1 HARPER, JEAN . . Art iiology Music HARRIS, MARY CHILES . . . . Sociology HARRIS, MARY JO Liberal Arts HAYNES, LENDA ANN . . . . History HAYS, JESSIE MAY Secretarial Science HEARST, MOZELLE Physical Education HENDERSON, THOMAS S. . . . Liberal Arts HERNDON, NAN . ... Liberal Arts HICKS, GRADY Biology Page 89 . Sheffield Palmerdale Marion Lincoln . Sardis Dadeville Demopolis Clanton Mulga . Grady Winfield Ridge, N. J. Hartselle . Montevallo . Huntsville Pell City Birmingham Elmore Birmingham Woodland Bangor . Gadsden . Aldrich . Jasper Montevallo HICKS, IRIS FAYE . . Lawley Home Economics HOLCOMBE, ANN . . ... 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Birmingham Secretarial Science Huntsville Childersburg Birmingham Birmingham . Creola Physical Science— Fresh men Struggle to Stay Awcke in an Eight o ' Clock Class While Mr. Hood Hunts His Apparatus. Mcculloch McWHORTER MITCHELL NEWMAN PATTERSON, C. PHILLIPS, M. McCULLOUGH MERRIKEN MONTZ NEWTON PEACOCK PIERSON MclNTYRE METCALF MOODY, B. O ' GWIN PENDLETON PICKETT McLAIN MILLER MOODY, T. OSSE PETTY PINNELL McLENDON MILTON MORROW PARENT PHELPS PIPER McNIEL McSWEEN MIMS, M. MIMS, S. NAIL NAZARETIAN PARSONS PATTERSON, B PHILLIPS, B. PHILLIPS, J. PITTS PLOTT Page 92 7 he FRESHMEN THE COLLEGE THEATRE HAS PRESENTED SUCH PLAYS AS McCULLOCH, RUTH Decatur Voice McCOLLOUGH, JACKIE . . . Alexander City Physical Education MclNTYRE, NELL . ... Jackson Secretarial Science McLAIN, GLENN Calera Chemistry McLENDON, DONA Hopewell Home Economics McNIEL, FRANCES Goodway Vocational Home Economics McSWEEN, MAXINE Mobile Journalism McWHORTER, MARTHA .... Fort Payne Retail Economics MERRIKEN, BETTY . . 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Decatur Speech PHELPS, MARTHA . . ... Selma Secretarial Science PHILLIPS, BETTY . . McKenzie Biology PHILLIPS, JOANNE . . . Troy Liberal Arts P HILLIPS, MARGARET . . Cedartown, Ga. Chemistry PIERSON, PEGGY ANNE . Nashville, Tenn. Language PICKETT, JACQUELINE JEAN Monroeville Music PINNELL, MARION . . ... Camp Hill Music PIPER, ELOISE Thorsby Liberal Arts PITTS, DORA ELLEN .... Birmingham Heme Economics PLOTT, LELA MAE Verbena Secretarial Science Leg Art in Miss Deason ' s Freshman Hygiene Class. POSEY POST POWELL PRICE RAINER RAINS RANKIN RASMUSSEN REACH RHODES RIETHMAIER ROANE ROBERTSON, D. ROBERTSON, F. ROBINSON RODGERS ROGERS, R. ROGERS, E. RUDOLPH SAMPLE SANDLIN SCHMIDT SCREWS SEAiBURY SEIBERT SELLERS SHACKELFORD SHARP SHEFFIELD SHELBRACK SHELLEY SHELTON SHENESEY SHOTTS SIKES SIMPSON SIMS SMITH, C. SMITH, E. SMITH, 1. SMITH, M. SMITH, S. SMITHERMAN SPELLER STALLINGS STALLWORTH STEWART STINSON Page 94 Ike F I S H M I I " OUTWARD BOUND, " OUR TOWN, " POSEY, AMELIA Red Level Home Economics POST, JO ANN . Hamilton, Ohio Liberal Arts POWELL, FRANCES Selma Home Economics PRICE, DELLA Escm Hill, Ga. Home Economics RAINER, MARTHA . . Elba Speech RAINS, BARBARA LOU Fort Payne Liberal Arts RANKIN, GLADYS IVOR . . . Anniston Speech RASMUSSEN, FLORENCE . D owagiac, Mich. Secretarial Science REACH, CHARLES LUTHER, JR. . . Underwood Secretarial Science RHODES, BARBARA . Mobile Liberal Arts RIETHMAIER, ELOISE Decatur Secretarial Science ROANE, MARGENE .... Trussville Home Economics ROBERTSON, DIMPLE .... Comer Home Economics ROBERTSON, FRANCES . . . Comer Heme Economics ROBINSON, MARY LOUISE . Clanton Heme Economics RODGERS, BERNICE . . Selma Home Economics RODGERS, REBECCA ANN Foley Elementary Education ROGERS, ELOISE . . . Winfield Secretarial Science RUDOLPH, ELIZABETH Birmingham Art SAMFLE, MARTHA JEAN Selma Biology 5ANDLIN, RUBY . Decatur Secretarial Science SCHMIDT, EVELYN Birmingham Secretarial Science SCREWS, BETTY LOUISE .... . Opelika Music SEABURY, BETTY . Mobile Math SEIBERT, LILLIAN . Krafton Sociology SELLERS, TOMMYE JEAN . . . Letohatchee Home Economics SHACKELFORD, GEORGIA A. H ogansville, Ga. Liberal Arts SHARP, JEAN . . . . Birmingham Physical Education SHEFFIELD, ELSIE Coy Home Economics . Whistler . Bexar . Camp Hill Daviston . Excel Alexander City " LADY WINDERMERE ' S FAN, " . . . SHELBRACK, JO BARBARA . . Rhinelander, Wise. Art SHELLEY, ALLYSON . . Headland Home Economics SHELTON, SHELLA J. . . . . Birmingham Institutional Home Economics SHENESEY, GERTRUDE .... Secretarial Science SHOTTS, JEAN Retail Economics SIKES, EILEEN .... Home Economics SIMPSON, JOHNNIE .... Home Economics SIMS, ALLIE RUTH . . Physical Education SMITH, CAROLYN Secretarial Science SMITH, EMMA ALICE Birmingham Heme Economics SMITH, IDA CATHERINE . . Aliceville Home Economics SMITH, MAZIE JEAN Atmore Art SMITH, SARA DEAN Clanton Dietetics SMITHERMAN, E. G., Jr. . Liberal Arts SFELLER, SARA JANE . . . Secretarial Science STALLINGS, BETTY Retail Economics STALLWORTH, LEE .... Biology STEWART, CAROLYN . . Home Economics STINSON, NELLE O Pine Apple Sociology Freshman Physical Education— Two Volleyballers Get Ready for a Good Wham at the Ball. Montevallo , Andalusia Birmingham Evergreen Wilsonville STOKES STONE STRICKLAND STROCK STROZIER SUMRALL TABOLIN TAYLOR THOMAS THOMPSON THROWER TRIONE TURNER UNDERWOOD VINES, M. VINSON WALKER WARD WARREN WATERS WEITZNER WESLEY WHALEY WHITE WHITEHEAD WIGINTON WILLIAMS, B. WILLIAMS, K. VILLIAMSON WILLIFORD WILSON WINGARD WINSLETT WOOD WOOTEN WYNN YANCEY YATES YEATES YOUNG, A. YOUNG, M, ZEIGLER TATE VINES, D. I WELLS WILLIAMS, S. WRIGHT ZIMMERMAN rag e 96 7 he FIEHHEI " DOLL ' S HOUSE, " " LOST HORIZON, " " TOMORROW THE WORLD " STOKES, VIRGINIA Montgomery WILLIAMS, BETTY Slocomb Secretarial Science Secretarial Science STONE, RUBY Lexington WILLIAMS, KATHLEEN ANN .... Bessemer Liberal Arts Liberal Arts STRICKLAND, MARY FRANCES . . . Gadsden WILLIAMS, SARA NELL . Moundville Secretarial Science Home Economics STROCK, MARY EVELYN Auburn WILLIAMSON, DORIS .... Chelsea Medical Technician Math STROZIER, JERRY Birmingham WILLIFORD, MARJORY . . . Montgomery Liberal Arts Liberal Arts SUM.RALL, MARY LOUISE ... . Mobile WILSON, ANN KEITH Fairfield Speech Biology TABOLIN, ANNA . . ... Brooklyn, N. Y. WINGARD, MARJORIE LOIS . Tallassee Biology Medical Technology TATE, JOHN M Childersburg WINSLETT, HENRY E. Montevallo Chemistry Liberal Arts TAYLOR, BETTY WRIGHT Mobile WOOD, JIMMIE Columbia Sociology Math THOMAS, BETTY ELLEN . .... Section WOOTEN, MILDRED Montevallo Secretarial Science Speech THOMPSON, RICHARD Hueytown WRIGHT, BETTY Weatherford, Tex. Liberal Arts Physical Education THROWER, SARA Heflin WYNN, ELIZABETH Gadsden Speech Secretarial Science TRIONE, RACHEL Daphne YANCEY, REBECCA JO Red Bay Liberal Arts Chemistry TURNER, KATHERINE Rome, Ga. YATES, WILLENE Birmingham Music Elementary Education UNDERWOOD, FLO PITTMAN . . . Tuscumbia YEATES, LOUISE Bessemer Biology Liberal Arts VINES, DOT Birmingham YOUNG, AUDREY Sheffield Home Economics Liberal Arts VINES, MARY EVELYN Thorsby YOUNG, MARGARET LEE Moulton Sociology Home Economics VINSON, SARAH Flomaton ZEIGLER, DON Fayetteville Sociology Liberal Arts WALKER, JEANETTE Ozark ZIMMERMAN, ADELE Pelham, N. C. Physical Education Secretarial Science WARD, JEAN Uriah Home Economics c , , . . , ,. , , . ,.,,.-..,. T , .»nr. r-ki ,,, a „,,-■-« s i , Sculpture— An Art Student Applies the Frnishing Touches. WARREN, JUANITA Castleberry Home Economics j IHHH1 WATERS, LUCY LEE Atmore Education WEITZNER, DORIS Bronx, N. Y. Art WELLS, PATRICIA Birmingham Home Economics WESLEY, DOROTHY Anniston Sociology WHALEY, SARAH ANN Troy Music WHITE, THELMA . Clanton Sociology WHITEHEAD, CECIL COLLIER, JR. . . . Gadsden Sociology Pg =,; WIGINTON, BETTY Hackleburg Home Economics i Sr v 7 4 e ACTIVITIES A montage of activities: Midnight odors of coffee and tuna fish sandwiches . . . Scene Shop odors of paint and hot glue . . . the Field House trans- formed with crepe paper into a ball room ... a barbershop quartet on the loafing porch . . . red-faced sun- bathers on Main roof . . . tennis tournaments . . . Crook Week . . . beauties . . . act three will rehearse at nine . . . song practice . . . the decision of the judges. A, ■ s s 1 Ue Celemate oma 50th ANNIVERSARY Top: Governor Folsom greets Clyde, one of the oldest employees of the college . . . Bottom: Dr. Cormichae! was a welcome visitor to the campus during the fiftieth anniversary. Fifty years of life for Alabama College was climaxed in October with a three-day Semi-Centennial Celebration, which, in size and impact, could be compared only with College Night. Alumnae and representatives from all over the country assembled on the campus for an elaborate program which included, in part, a commemoration program, a Glee Club con- cert and a pageant. Perhaps the most outstanding event was the Fiftieth Anniversary Pageant, including in its cast fully three-fourths of the student body, and offering a kaleidoscopic view of the school ' s history, from the appearance of a ghost in King House in 1865, right up to the present. We Celemate Oma 50th Anmu iAa m Dance Group trips light fantastic COLLEGE SIGHT the Pu wie Determination, hard work, and an ample supply of baling wire paved the way to Purple Victory. In the secrecy of Purple Cabinet meetings, the lightening bug characters of G. E. and Mazda were created and the possibilities of Marie Antoinette as a drama were realized. Intense scribbling by writers soon had the characters and situations down in black and white, while artists designed sets, and perspective was achieved by the staging crew and the baling wire. Baling wire formed the frames upon which yards and yards of cloth were sewn to make the gigantic flowers Purple Leaders Grace Korth and Marion Dillon Top: Final moment of the Purple drama . . . Bottom: Shine, little Glowworm, G. E. ' s pals cdmonish him. Top: " Tell us about bug?! " . . . Bottom: Marie Antoinette mounts the guillotine steps. I k The Purple Cabinet among which Mazda and her bug friends lived and loved; baling wire made the hoop over which Marie Antoinette ' s voluminous skirts were draped and also the frame on which her elaborate white cotton wig was built; baling wire held together the staging crew ' s masterpiece, Louis XVI ' s chandelier; baling wire formed the skeletons on which bug bodies were fashioned. Then the whole push, baling wire and all, was turned into a living, breathing creation, and " Bug-gin and Bug-gine " and " The Last Days of Marie Antoinette " were in their polished forms. After the entire Purple side had put everything they had into the cheers and the songs— a hymn and a peg song about a baby star who played all night and slept all day— and the last flicker of the lightning bugs ' tails had faded, the fateful moment was at hand. Then, there it was! The Purples! Cheers, applause, tears of happiness— Yea Purples! Yea College Night! Yea Baling Wire! Above: " We got the pep, the Purple pep " . . samples of it in the parade and in pep meetings. As one bug to another— the Purple stunt. Marie Antoinette and her children in the Purple drama. Left: The Gold Cabinet— that ' s a " G, " ron! . . . Center: The cheerleaders prop up the Gold staff car . . . Right: Last- minute touches on the merry-go-round. COLLEGE WIGHT To quote the pet song of the Golds, " You Could Tell a Girl From the Gold Side, " from the minute the gun sounded to begin the College Night scuffle. February of ' 47 saw girls— and boys— yelling " Yea Gold! " at pep meetings, working feverishly on signs— a horseshoe over Hanson and two sparkling beaverboard cheerleaders on Main balcony— lugging the faithful flats, and pausing every now and then to cross their fingers hopefully. Amid the smoke-filled secrecy and comparing of ideas which keynoted every Cabinet meeting were born the beginnings of " And He Shall Reign Forever, " the drama, which told the story of Handel ' s Messiah, and of " Imaginary-ation, " which carried a small pickaninny through " the greatest little midway in show business. " Gold Leaders Betty Lowery and Franklee Gilbert Left: " Oh, Mammy, can ' t us go? " " . . . You could tell her bv her manner . . . " as staging crews mixed glue and paint in the construction of a garret scene and a merry-go-round; writers pounded out scripts, and directors supervised tryouts for Handels, Lizas and circus barkers. Cos- turners ripped, stitched, and fitted, and musicians juggled sharps and flats to produce the slow song, a prayer of faith, and the pep scng, based on the stunt ' s theme cf imagination. Sleep became a thing of the past and ideas merged into realities through nightly song practices and rehearsals. " . . . Her spirit, pep, and such . . . " were the trademarks of the Golds on the big night, when with faith, hope, and a belief in fairies, the Golds pulled their production into a unified hole, ready to be presented. Cheering, led by Helen Hassler and Jean Easter, assisted by seven-year-old Skipper Lowery, Gold mascot, rocked the rafters. From first to last in the 29th Annual College Night, " You Could Tell a Girl From the Gold Side! " Top: Climax of the Gold drama . . . Bottom, Left: " I love a billboard " — the parade . . . Bottom, Right: " He ' s done no work for months " — the garret scene. CROOK " And these sub-Freshmen shall be known as Zanies! " With the fateful words of the Seniors, the erstwhile Juniors dashed madly from Palmer and Crook Convocation to den ensembles pleasing to the discriminating eyes of the most exquisite and infallible. For the next three days the well- dressed Zaney modeled— besides the latest thing in brooms —no less than four colors, while the last word in coiffures was half pigtails, half sock-rolled curls. Left Top: Staidly clad in black skirts and specs. Juniors enter Palmer at the zero hour of Crook Convocation . . . Left Center: Three zanies endeavor to pick up the scent of the elusive stick . . . Left Bottom: With no Senior in sight, zanies form a mock arch, and zaney Cheape comes coyly through . . . Right Top: The Bathing Beauty Contest- one of the many entertainments furnished for the Honorable Seniors . . . Right Bottom: Dressed in kiddie costumes, zanies form the eternal broom arch as Seniors go to breakfast. WEEK Between performing small tasks for the dignitaries, sweeping the walk before Tut, forming broom arches, pre- senting a Latin play, a bathing beauty contest, a hat show and innumerable impromptu performances, and chanting " Pardon me for living, most honorable Senior Miss, " Zanies snatched a few moments— namely at 5:00 A. M.— to search for the uncrdinary stick. While the omniscient ones perched on Tut terrace and watched in scorn, Zaney Marguerite Dean stumbled— literally— over the symbol of Seniordom in the vines near the field house. Once more captains of their souls, the future Seniors began eyeing future Juniors and grinning smugly at every mention of next year ' s Crook Week. Ecstatic Zanies Anderson, Dillon, Hatley and Ballard Hoist Finder Dean in Triumph. Scornful Seniors watch the search from Tut Terrace . . . Weary zanies pause for a breather before making further search for the crook . . . Victory! Marguerite displays the symbol of seniordom from the balcony of Tut. %e COLLEGE THEATER Staging crews operate from Scene Shop to Palmer and utter loud cries concerning " flats, " " teaser, " and " butterflies, " casts rehearse nightly and go about muttering lines,- committees slap paint en posters, beg and borrow props, sound off with sound effects and mix make-up; lighting crews splice cords and experiment with " foots, " " spots, " and " borders, " and finally ccmes that witching hour of 8:15, when the audience struggles through the high notes of " The Star Spangled Banner, " the house lights dim— and the curtain goes up en a College Theatre play. Left: Sad seeks from the cazt of the Senior Play . . . Righ Happy little morons from staging crew of same. Assisted by the Theatre Council, Dr. Trumbauer directed the College Theatre in the presentation of " Set It In Troy, " " Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, " " The Goose Hangs High, " " Suds in Your Eye, " and that grandpa of productions, the Fiftieth Anniversary Pageant. Left: " Oh, look here, now, " a scene from " Oliver Oliver, " given by the Auburn Players . . . Right: A staging crew arranges the back curtains on Palmer stage. MARION DILLON . . Editor-in-Chief VERMEY LEE KNOTTS .... Associate Editor ANN CONNALLY, JOYCE SAVAGE Associate Editors GRACE KORTH, MARTHA GUILFORD Editorial Beard ERIN HUBBERT Editorial Board JEAN ADAMS, FARLEY MILLER . Feature Writers FAYE HORSLEY, SHIRLEY BYRD Feature Writers MARY WIMBERLY . . Business Manager WINIFRED SMITH . . Advertising Manager SARA REID Circulation Manager Editor Dillon. That beam indicates that the Alabamian has been put to bed! VvL e iLABAMIAJI Harrassed editor and staff spent a great deal of time attempting to appear cool, calm, and organ- ized; lights burned bright and long in the room above the Tea House; 60,000 cups of coffee— without sugar— were consumed; the door limped on its hinges from the constant pushing of deadlines,- complaints and commendations fell thick and fast. Printers ' ink flowed freely; layout problems presented them- selves readily,- the business manager lost weight jumping from one side to the other balancing her books, and the Alabamian found its stormy way into our mail boxes eighteen times during ' 46-M7. . ' ■ Joyce takes notes on the opinions of a group for her column, " They Say. " Because the advertising manager had an intriguing left eyebrow that brought in ads from all four corners, the Alabamian graduated this year to a six-page paper, having as its main objective the ex- pressing of student opinion and the publicizing of campus activities. News articles, features such as " They Say, " a student opinion poll on current issues, and the " Squirrel, " a cartoon and limerick lamenting characteristic idiosyncrasies of faculty members, aided in achieving this purpose. Highlight of the year ' s issues— an April Fool number whose front page contained, among ether features, an editorial strongly backing Gypsy Rose Lee or Molotov for college president. Left: Solemn proofreaders . . . Center: Happy feature writers . . . Right: And efficient business staff. Margaret, who has kept ' em clicking for three years of Montage photography. 7A? 194 7 MONTAGE FRANKLEE GILBERT Editor-in-Chief MARGARET HARRELL Photographer GRACE KORTH Business Manager JEAN ADAMS, EVELYN CURTIS . Associate Editors BARBARA ANDREWS .... Associate Editor GAYLE NELSON, HELEN KOHL . Assistant Editors KATHLEEN CHEAPE .... Associate Editor JEANETTE MASON . . . . Assistant Editor ELLA RUTH GAUNTT .... Assistant Editor BETTY LOWERY MITCHELL . . Assistant Editor LOUISE HOLCOMBE .... Business Staff JULIA BRADSHAW Business Staff BETTY JO BAKER Business Staff DORIS HERRORD Business Staff MARGARET BEAIRD Business Staff MARGARET HARRELL, JEAN ALEXANDER . Artists Left: Associate editors Adams, Cheape, and Nelson comb old yearbooks for ideas . . Right: The editor and business manager practice some ad-selling grins. Elite Night, sponsored by the Montage, is a Fall highlight each year. tfJ f ,, , Through a maze of burned-out flash bulbs, frantic searches for lost pictures, alarming layout prob- lems, hectic last-minute preparations for Elite Night, innumerable appointments to " snap " somebody, and hours of writing and rewriting, the ' 47 Montage threaded its way to press, leaving behind a trail of panting but joyful staff members. Montage writers, comparatively normal people back in September, 1946, soon became habitually furrow-browed and wcrd-conscious as they wrestled with write-ups. Camerawoman Harrell acquired a severe case of appointment-itis from her constant engagements to click the shutter; Business Manager Korth became deluged with " Kindly Remits, " which she kindly remitted, in between her trips over the country to rope in ads. As the editor breathed down the staff ' s neck and the printers and engravers breathed down the editor ' s neck, the ' 47 Montage somehow emerged right-side-up and trotted happily off to press. Back home its creators uncrossed their eyes and crossed their fingers in the hope that they had completed a successful recording of life and times at A. C, ' 46- ' 47. Lett: Marion, Ella Ruth, and Jeanette, stop their writing to look at Harrell ' s pictures . . . Right: Honest, this isn ' t all the staff does. Doris, Jinx, Lou, and B. J., comprise a usually hard-working business staff. Top: ALICE ANDERSON, ELITE NIGHT ARTIST . . . Second Row: MAYO BAKER, PRESIDENT OF BAPTIST STUDENT UNION; CAROLINE B. EASTER, PRESIDENT OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT; MARION DILLON, EDITOR OF ALABAMIAN . . . Third Row: FRANK- LEE GILBERT, EDITOR OF MONTAGE; CATHERINE HATLEY, ELITE NIGHT BEAUTY; GRACE KORTH, PRESIDENT LAMBDA SIGMA PI, KAPPA DELTA PI. and fymii iAiti b Top: BETTY LOWERY MITCHELL, PRESIDENT OF PRESIDENT ' S COUNCIL . . . Second Row: ROSALIE MARSHALL, ELITE NIGHT MUSICIAN; KATHERINE MAY, ELITE NIGHT EXECUTIVE; PEGGY NEFF, PRESIDENT OF RECREATION ASSOCIATION . . . Third Row: ADDIE LOU PARRIS, PRESIDENT OF SENIOR CLASS; VIRGINIA RICE, PRESIDENT OF SENATE; BILLIE ROBERTS, ELITE NIGHT SCIENTIST. Left: The dash backstage for auto- graphs . Right, Top: The Central American girls are delighted to learn that Miss Tourel can say it in Spanish . . . Right, Bottom: Miss Tourel, her accompanist and manager pose with Miss Farrah after the concert. 74? ARTISTS 111 LECTURE SERIES Outstanding among the events which bring students flocking to Palmer Hall are the concerts and lectures by visiting artists, authors and speakers. Under the direction of Miss Katherine Farrah, chairman of the committee, the ' 46- ' 47 Artist and Lec- ture series included concerts by Jennie Tourel and Mcrian Hughes, lectures by Eve Curie and Maurice Hindus, and a Modern Dance program by the Weidman Dancers. The Weidman Dancers Take a Curtain Ca FEATURE Above, Left: Eefore Elite Night Above, Right: And After. ELITE WIGHT The Escorts: Easter and Easter, Land and Britt. Glamour, talent, and good-looking evening dresses were all over the place in Palmer Hall one night last October when the curtain went up on the Montage ' s annual clambake, Elite Night. Leading off was the presentation of the Senior Class ' s candidates for the Elite, nominated by pe- tition for their abilities in various fields. After the student body had placed X ' s in the desired places on their ballots, forty beauties, elected from the four classes, glided from behind the black silhouettes which keynoted the stage set. Perched watchfully on the edge of the stage, the three judges— Mr. Ed- mond deCelle from Mobile, Dr. J. B. Smith from the Universtiy and Mr. J. R. Gardner from Birmingham — made notes, compared them, and efficiently reached a decision in selecting six main beauties and eight runners-up. The Winnahs— The Elite. While the Judges Conferred. Good Fellows Get Together . Candidates for the Elite. Came the job of photographing the lovelies and our photographer, Mr. Jimmy Wilson of Birmingham, arose to the occasion with a brand- new idea— that of using informal backgrounds for the portraits in- stead of the usual camera room shots with white feathers and pias- ter props. So turn the page and take a look! ' eon Bmm Skiueif Bfld tf-akavi QnxuuJfO id a e ilune Qauntt glanced, fCedif Alieta Mq-1 ixmjl ■ Ml IP CAROLINE BARFIELD EASTER CHARLOTTE COOK UIH at 111 CATHERINE HATLEY MARGARET HODGES U II I COLLEGE MARTHA PRIESTER ax ANNIE LAURiE SIMS I! fi ETHEL SOUTHARD MILDRED WOOTEN B E A II T 1 MISS ALABAMA COLLEGE LITE I GUT J I JMH Addle £ m PattiA ACTRESS mmwM Alice Ande iAa ARTIST kcMu Ma EXECUTIVE ELITE II li II T tf-akan G aw jja ici HOSTESS I T E NIGHT MUSICIAN SCIENTIST Qethj, low en Miickell SOCIOLOGIST ELITE H (ill T ' ■ ' iimmmiiy mi,.. Imr rim iiTfiWigMMwfwTfflWr Pecj.cj,{f Ale SPORTSWOMAN E L NIGHT ZueufM, Qlae TEACHER B ■i ' SiM-H Mafyi M, Chilian WRITER ELITE H (I II T f SPORTS WO ME ITS SPORTS at Top: There ' s more ride than hay on this hay ride . . . Center: The Big Four in Tenni: . . . Bottom: Miss Deason demonstrates a backhand. The A. C. intramural sports program volleyed for the ' 46- ' 47 serve with an extensive round of tenni- qucits tournaments, culminating with a week-end at the field house for the finalists. Then, to the tune of " 4:30, Rain or Shine, " the volley ball twelves be- gan rotating in quick succession, the dorm teams vie- ing for the VB Jug, which finally found its way to Ramsay Dormitory. An extensive round rcbin of tennis tournaments with a large enrollment of contestants filled the No- vember sports calendar. Schedules included a new category of matches, too, what with " Men ' s Singles, " " Men ' s Doubles, " and " Mixed Doubles. " With Misses Deason and Lundquist activated into the scramble, the doubles emerged the longest enduring, and Judy El lard and Alice Johnston sprinted over the finalists ' net to congratulate Dorothy Wesley and Jerry Top: Wham! . . . Bottom: The Figure Eight. ALABAMA COLLEGE Strczier on a hard-earned catgut victory. The Singles finally yielded to the rapid backcourt fire of Louise Todd. The ' 46 football season was the first in which the Angel Farm sported participants— surprise! The men vets rallied to the squall of the pigskin and lined up for informal but wholehearted scrimmages on the soccer field. The basketball racket received the same impetus when the vets, headed by Larry Easter, and J. B. Land, contested the Fouling Faculty Five, Drs. Stabler, Douglas, Reinke, Hoed, and Mr. Forsythe. The Galloping Gl ' s were cheered to victory by a predominantly feminine audience. In the dormitory tilts, Ramsay downed Tut by one point, the score be- ing thirty-nine to thirty-eight at the end of a jet- propelled game. Top, Left: Freshman Soccer Teams Battle for a Goal Right: One Second Before the Hockey Game Began . . . Bottom, Left: Four Soccer Players Close In . . . Right: Bobbie Makes a Neat Return. Jackie Serves in intermediate Tennis. 1 Top, Left: Four Archery Students Bend a Bow . . . Right: Fireside Chat at the Camp Hou e . . . Bottom, Left: Shorty and Merle Do a Little Shuffling . . . Right: Goal! . . . Left: Settin ' ' em Up. Tut Fun Room housed the all-time-high ping pong tournament. Peggy Neff fought her way up through twenty-odd contestants and, after much aceing and slamming around, emerged victoress over Sadie Thompson and hastened to render first aid to the cross-eyed spectators. April showers finally pattered cut to permit Spring training to get under way. The dormitories ushered out a strong representation who busied themselves limbering up latent pitching and slugging talents. The tall, still-damp clover impaired baserunning at first, but ere long the four-leafers obligingly ducked their heads to make a well-beaten path from base to base. HOMO ' S SPORTS at Top, Left: Miss Foreman Shouts Calls to a Confused But Energetic Square Dance Group . . . Right: One Phase of the Games Course . . . Below, Left: Where ya goin ' ? . . . Right: Oh, We See! . . . Bottom: Ten (count ' em) Tumblers Strike an Up-and-Down Pose. Betwixt and between the tournaments, stu- dents flexed their muscles in classes of archery (before and after the nor ' easter gales of March subsided.!, square dancing, gclf, tennis, and swimming (trade marked by faintly purple lips in the late fall and early spring.) Physical Education instructress Lundquist brought new light— including the infra-light Dr. Peck applied to charley-horses— on the art of tumbling, with its forward rolls, backward rolls, leg wrestling, and flying angels (from the Angel Farm). Hiking Chaperons contributed to the Some- thing New Department with a handbook of suitable and well-lighted hiking areas. Plans are also being made for an all-student rumpus rocm, providng for bridge, dancing, ping pong, and billiards, the last named of which is re- ceiving strong support from a select group of smashers and bankers-in-the-side-pocket! ALABAMA COLLEGE ORGANIZATIONS A montage of organizations: You are invited to become a member of . . . joint meeting of Senate and Executive Board . . . the Ivol Spafford Club will meet tonight . . . you have been given one check for . . . Madam President, I nominate . . . the ballot-strewn trail of spring elections . . . installation of new officers. Left to Right: May, Mitchell, Taylor. OFFICERS BETTY LOWERY MITCHELL President CAROLYN TAYLOR Secretary KATHERINE MAY Treasurer PRESIDENTS ' COUNCIL A host of Madame Presidents make up the mem- bership of the Presidents ' Council, which serves as a co-ordinating body for all campus organizations. Bigest job of the year for the Council was recording — under a revised system— the activity points of each student. Members of the Council were en hand Orientation Week to steer parents and freshmen from pillar to post— cr from Main to Palmer— and later in the year to approve constitutions of new crganizations. Below: Betty and June Study the Constitution of New Organization Phi Alpha Mu. The Executive Board in Robes and Out. OFFICERS CAROLINE BARFIELD . President JEAN MACKIE . Vice-President MIRIAN PARSONS .... Secretary JO HAMILTON Treasurer STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD-Grace Korth, Billie Roberts, Mary Wimberly, Ruth Weed, Mil- dred Anne Kelley, Jean Mackie, Jackie Blue, Nina Gamblin, Janis Patton, Virginia Brooks, Sara Elizabeth Crane, Irene Foster, Jo Anne Phillips r From the first orientation greeting to the last com- mencement handshake, the Student Government As- sociation is the mainstay of life at Alabama College. Having as its official representatives the Executive Board, the Association numbers every student in its membership. Left: President Barfieid . . . Below: Officers Parsons, Hamilton and Mackie. One of the Floats in the Purple-Gold Parade. Barfield Presents the Four Leaders of College Night, Sponsored by Student Government. Jo Bestows Roses on Caroline at College Night GOVERNMENT Counting ballots and attendance slips, holding student body meetings, studying and revising the handbook— all these come under the jurisdiction of the Student Government Association. College Night, the reddest-letter day on anybody ' s calendar, is the prodigy of Student Government, which this year steered the school through the biggest Purple-Gold fray in history. The scope of the Student Government Association is ever-widening to give a broader interpretation of democratic principle on a college campus. Seniors Cast Their Ballots and Do a Little Politicking at One of the Elections Held by Student Government. OFFICERS VIRGINIA RICE . President CAROLYN TAYLOR Vice-President AUDREY GOLIGHTLY Secretary KATHERINE MAY Treasurer Left to Right: May, Rii Tcylor, Golightly. The Senate has bitten off a big bite and is now busily chewing same into the nucleus of better and stronger student government for Alabama College. On the Senate agenda this year were the furtherance of the Handbook revision and a detailed study of student government in its various forms— preliminary bcut fcr revising the Constitution. Below, Left: High school guests on their way to the camp house for a picnic, one feature of the Senate ' s Houseparty . . . Right: Little Deason sits one out with a high school guest. THE SEMITE IS LEGISLATIVE AND SERVICE BODY Senators, who are students elected from all those having a 2.0 average, acted as mediators of good will to prospective and new students by sponsoring a week-end house party for high school guests and by helping with Freshman Orientation. A service or- ganization as well as a legislative one, the Senate also has charge of raising and lower- ing the flag every day. A Senate Committee Lowers the Flag. Page 155 Vk e CLASS ORGANIZATIONS BONNIE JONES President of Senior Seminar VIRGINIA POWELL President of Junior Forum NELL WALLACE President of Sophomore Council VIRGINIA BROOKS President of Freshman Commission Class " Y " Presidents Receive Their Sis-Major Ribbons From Martha A Y.W.C.A. brainchild which has become an institution is the Tea House, favorite campus spot of every A.C ' er. The Tea House shares Y-soonsorship with numerous other activities: the Sis-Major, Sis-Minor Party, Evening Watch, and the World Student Service Fund. Open to all students through the Freshman Commission, Sophomore Council, Junior Forum and Senior Seminar, the Y yearly sends delegates to Southern Regional Con- ferences and to Presidents ' School at Columbia University. Juniors Hold Evening Watch, Sponsored By the " Y. " They Musta Been There at 3:30 — Cokes! Eddie, Jackie, and Cook in the " Y " Tea Room. Y. W. i L OFFICERS MARTHA ESTELLE NETTLES President JACKIE BLUE Vice-President KATHERINE MAY Secretary FRANCES MILTON WEST Treasurer Standing: Nettles, May . . . Seated: West, Blue, Officers of Y. W. C. A. !«« %.,», » Instead of Religious Emphasis Week, the Y this year brought four speakers at intervals through- out the year to speak to students on such subjects as World Relatedness, Christian Social Responsibility and the Growth of Persons. The " Y " Holds a Reception for Visiting Speakers ' Who ' ll Make It Seven? " Chants Canary at the " Y " Auction For the World Student Service Fund. OFFICERS JANE NEFF President ALICE ANDERSON Vice-President ELLA RUTH GAUNTT ... . . Secretary CATHERINE HATLEY Treasurer Class Representatives: LAYNE REYNOLDS JUDY ELLARD SARA PERRY ELIZABETH MILTON COUNCILLORS-Betty Jo Baker, Sarah Barr, Jean Bobo, Mary Lee Cline, Edith Deason, Peggy Davis, Jo Edgar, Marie Hamner, Jean Jackson, Harriet Jones, Virginia Kershaw, Billie Roberts, Willie Sanford, Han- nah Stewart, Ruth Weed Jane Neff PROVIDES RECREATION ASSOCIATION RECREATION FOR STUDENT BODY When the joint is jumping at the Field House or Tut Fun Room ' s record player is beating it out eight to the bar, it ' s pretty safe to guess that the Recreation Association has been at work. Besides sponsoring its regular Field House dances, the " Rec Board " also capped Elite Night, College Night, and other events of the year with a soecial dance in the Fun Room, and kept campus record play- ers stocked with current recordings. Composed of representatives from the four classes, the Association was the moving spirit of the inrta- mural tournaments and the donor of ping-pong tables, croquet sets and other recreational facilities. Top to Bottom: Anderson, Hatley, Gauntt, Neff. Page 158 PUBLICATIONS BOARD PLANS BUDGETS FOR STUDENT PUBLICATIONS In the spring a Publication Board ' s fancy turns I but not so lightly) to thoughts of budgets for the Alabamian and the Montage for the coming year. In addition to settling this vital question of money and allocating funds, the Beard puts the seal of approval en incoming editors and staffs, then convenes again in the fall to assist in Orientation Week. JULIANNE BALLARD, Chairman MARY HAVENS, FAYE ROBINSON, AMY BARBAREE BETTY JEAN PASCHE, GUSSIE RUTH HARPER, NELL WALLACE Board Standing: Barbaree, Robinson . . . Seated, Left to Right: Havens, Wallace, Ballard, Harper, Pasche. Page 159 OFFICERS MARTHA PRIESTER President KITTY STEPHENS Vice-President JO HAMILTON Secretary ETHEL HILBUN Treasurer MARIE WALTON Publicity Chairman BETTY HOLESAPPLE Social Chairman Left to Right: Hilbun, Walton, Hamilton, Priester, Stephens, Miss Eddy, Holesapple. RETAIL CLUB SPONSORED SELECTION OF TEN BEST-DRESSED GIRLS Back in November the Retail Club went on the warpath against sagging skirts, crooked seams, baggy blouses, blue jeans worn twenty-four hours a day, and various other things which don ' t make for that Flower-of-Southern-Womanhood Look. Warned at a convocation that " the gemeni will get you, " the student body was put on its mettle in a contest to select the ten best-dressed girls on the campus. Climax of the fracas came when the ten were presented at a dance whose theme was " Sophisticated Lady. " The Gemini Shames a Beribboned and Bejeweled Lady ct the Retail Club ' s Convocation. The Ten Best Dressed and Their Dates At the Retailers ' Dance. OFFICERS AUDREY GOLIGHTLY . President MARTHA MARTIN . . Vice-President PRICE PENDERGRASS . Secretary HOWARD NELL SMITH Treasurer JANIS PATTON . . Historian Left to Right: Pendergrass, Martin, Golightly, Smith. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA IS FIRST HONOR SOCIETY OPEN TO FRESHMEN Membership requirements for Alpha Lambda Delta are quite simple: all a freshman has to do is knock off a 2.5 to 3.0 average her first semester, and she ' s in for life. Alpha Lambda Delta members, who also get around in the extra-curricular world, were hostesses this year at a tea given for the Senate ' s high school guests. BETA BETA BETA STRESSES VALUE OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES An honor society of the microscope-peering and frog-dissecting business. Tri Beta this year made a yearbook of its work which was sent to forty-eight other chapters throughout the country. Members of Tri Beta are students who have maintained superior scholarship in biology. Left to Right: Faucett, Murphy, Ballard, Wentworth, Roberts, Dean. OFFICERS MARGARET MURPHY . . . President DENISE FAUCETT . . . Vice-President BILLIE ROBERTS .... Secretary MARGUERITE DEAN . . . Treasurer Page 161 Left to Right: Hubbert, Korth, May, Goree. KAPPA DELTA PI UNITES STUDENTS OF EDUCATION OFFICERS GRACE KORTH LENNIE SUE GOREE . . KATHERINE MAY . . ERIN HUBBERT . . . FRANKLEE GILBERT . . JUNE MIDDLETON . . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Reporter . Historian Beta Lambda Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi played host to Dean Thomas McCracken, national presi- dent of Kappa Delta Pi, during his stay on the campus in the fall. In the spring the first Kappa Delta Pi gift scholarship award was presented by this chapter to an Alabama College student planning to enter the teaching profession. These, with program meetings and initiations, comprised the year ' s activities. KAPPA MU EPSILON IS A SOCIETY OF MATH MAJORS AND MINORS Transfinite numbers and Egyptian mathematics are weighty subjects to most people, but Kappa Mu Epsilonites tackle them in monthly meetings with nary a tremor. After chewing the fat about afore- mentioned topics, members of the group went social with a banquet in honor of the ten new members. In the spring two delegates headed north to attend the national convention in Illinois, the first to be held since before the war. Standing: Weed . . . Seated, Left to Right: Havens, Barbaree, Parsons. OFFICERS RUTH WEED . . . MARIANNA PARSONS MARY HAVENS AMY BARBAREE . . . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer KAPPA PI CREATES AN APPRECIATION OF ART OFFICERS DAUN BENSON . . . President VIRGINIA BARNES . Vice-President LENNIE SUE GOREE . Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: Barnes, Goree, Benson. Campus paint-dabbers and clay moulders, who make up the membership of Kappa Pi, this year conducted a study of recent accomplishments in their pet field— that of art. Through research and field trips to the University of Alabama and several high schools, the members worked toward increasing their knowledge of art. RENDERS LAMBDA SIGMA PI SERVICE TO THE CAMPUS Every year at the Junior-Senior Banquet (somewhere between the fried chicken and the strawberry ice cream) Lambda Sigma Pi taps its prospective members, thereby recognizing ten or twelve incoming Seniors for leadership, personality, and service. This year ' s group of L.S.P. ' s went politically-minded and sponsored rip roaring campaign speeches during the spring elections. On the social side, Lambda Sigma Pi entertained the housemothers at a ban- quet and the women veterans at a pancake supper (pancakes flipped by members themselves) and as- sisted in giving a tea for high school guests. Left to Right: Gilbert, Korth, Wimberly. OFFICERS GRACE KORTH President FRANKLEE GILBERT . Vice-President MARY WIMBERLY Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS— Caroline Barfield, Julianne Ballard, Marion Dillon, Betty Lowery Mitchell, Martha Estelle Nettles, Addie Lou Parris, Virginia Rice MU DELTA ALPHA FOSTERS INTEREST IN LATIN AMERICA OFFICERS CAROLYN TAYLOR ... ... President BETTY JEAN PASCHE Vice-President IRENE FOSTER . Secretary MARGARET HODGES Treasurer Left to Right, Standing: Taylor, Pasche . . . Seated: Hodges, Foster. Spanish as she is spoke iwith a Southern accent) is the theme of Mu Delta Alpha, which endeavors to make the Scuth-of-the-Border language useful for something ether than passing Standard Test, Form L. Members of the Club Espagnole this year got first-hand experience in using their si, si ' s when they entertained the seven exchange students from Latin America at a banquet and helped these students be- come acquainted with Alabama College. OMICRON NU DOES RESEARCH WORK IN HOME ECONOMICS The trend of food costs, or Why Housewives Get Gray, was the subject of Omicron Nu ' s project this year. The Home Ec ' ers based their study on fcod ccsts at the Heme Management House during the last six years. Besides carrying cut this research program, the group also maintained its roster of professional speakers. OFFICERS WINNA FAYE MAXWELL . . President BONNIE JONES Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: Maxwell, Jones. PI DELTA EPSILON STUDIES STUDENT JOURNAL- ISTIC STANDARDS OFFICERS MARION DILLON .... President MARGARET HARRELL . Vice-President LENNIE S. GOREE Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: Harrell, Dillon, Goree. Members of Pi Delta Epsilon had the opportunity this year of sponsoring informal discussion hours with Mile Eve Curie and Maurice Hindus, both noted journalists, during their visits to the campus. In ad- dition to steering new members through the process of signing on the dotted line in initiation services, the journalistic group gave new campus officers a starting-out party. I s A N PI KAPPA DELTA HONOR SOCIETY IN DEBATE The question: " Resolved: that labor should have a direct share in the management of industry. " The debators: nineteen students representing the four dormitories. The winners: Ramsay ' s participants. The occasion: the Intramural Discussion contest, offspring of Pi Kappa Delta. By sponsoring the Intramural Discussion Pi Kappa Delta gives students an opportunity to brush up on what goes on in the world today as well as on the art of holding your own in a yackety-yackety con- test. Members of P. K. D. also participated in the Alabama Discussion Conference at the University of Alabama. ADDIE LOU PARRIS President MARIANNA PARSONS Vice-President MAURICE PAINTER Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: Parsons, Parris, Painter SIGMA ALPHA CHI FURTHERS INTEREST IN ART OFFICERS LENNIE SUE GOREE President HARRIET JONES Vice-President FEGGY DAVIS Secretary FRICE FENDERGRASS Treasurer IMAELL CAUSEY KORNEGAY Social Chairman Left to Right: Pender grass, Kornegay, Davis, Jones, Goree. Doing the honors at their spring banquet this year, members of Sigma Alpha Chi entertained two guest speakers who discussed art in advertising and education. To study the place of art in campus life (other than the Petty girl sketches on Comer ' s desks, that is) the arty group tripped to the University of Alabama to observe art methods there. Special job of the year was studying and revising the constitution. SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA RECOGNIZES EXCELLENCE IN SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Sigma Alpha Sigma extended the glad hand to five new members this year. This was by way of being quite an honor to the incomers, as eligibility for S. A. S. means being able to beat out fifty or sixty words per minute on the typewriter, read your own shorthand after it gets cold, and make an account- ing problem come out right. Members of the club continue to carry out their main purpose of linking secretarial students with the professional world. OFFICERS KATHERINE MAY President MARTHA ESTELLE NETTLES Vice-President Standing: Nettles . . . Seated: May. Page 166 ZETA PHI ETA ENCOURAGES SCHOLARSHIP IN SPEECH OFFICERS ANNA GAYLE NELSON . . MARIANNA PARSONS ADDIE LOU PARRIS . . . VIRGINIA RICE HELEN CLAYTON . . President Vice-President Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary Standing, Left to Right: Nelson, Parris, Clayton . . . Seated: Parsons, Rice. Membership in Zeta is the ambition of each and every speech major, since Zeta recognizes out- standing students in speech in order to further Speech Arts in the professional field. During the summer of ' 46, two representatives from A. C. ' s Rho Chapter attended the national con- vention in Chicago. Zefa ' s money-making project of the year was selling magazine subscriptions. The group also handed out its annual award for the best poster heralding a College Theatre play. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL PROMOTES COOPERATION AMONG THE RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS Like the Presidents ' Council, the Religious Council serves as a coordinating body on the campus. Composed of representatives from each religious organization, the group sponsored a religious lecture series and helped the " Y " back the World Student Service Fund drive. OFFICERS BETTYE BRANNON . President LIDA TRUE . . . Vice-President EDITH DEASON . Secretary Standing: Deason, Brannon . . . Seated: True. Page 167 affirm % BAPTIST STUDENT UNION LINKS BAPTIST STUDENTS WITH THEIR CHURCH OFFICERS MAYO BAKER President EVELYN PATE EUGENIA ELLIS JESSIE BUTLER Vice-Presidents FRANCES JONES Secretary ROSALIE BETHUNE Treasurer Combining social and religious services, the busy Baptists this year found time to sponsor a church training school, a mother-daughter tea, a Thanksgiving breakfast in honor of the exchange students, and their annual banquet in December. To aid in coordinating their activities with those of other Baptist students, the group sent a repre- sentative to Student Week at Ridgecrest, North Carolina. CANTERBURY CLUB IS AN ORGANIZATION OF EPISCOPAL STUDENTS Affiliated with the National Association of Canterbury Clubs, the campus group this year sent a delegate to the Collegiate Convention. Members also packed boxes for overseas relief. OFFICERS EVELYN BLUE President JACKIE BLUE Vice-President DOTTIE BRELAND Secretary-Treasurer ROSALIE MARSHALL Representative to Religious Council Left to Right: Blue, Blue, Marshall, Breland. Page 168 NEWMAN CLUB UNITES CATHOLIC STUDENTS OFFICERS LIDA TRUE President EMILIA MORALES Vice-President ELIZABETH MILTON Secretary-Treasury Left to Right: True, Milton, Morales. A national organization for Catholic students on non-Catholic campuses, the Newman Club derives its name from Cardinal John Henry Newman. The campus group continued throughout the year its round table discussions, instituted in 1944. DEVELOPS WESLEY FOUNDATION CHURCH LEADERSHIP IN STUDENTS Methodist students look to Wesley Foundation as a medium through which the interchange of ideas and the development of Christian standards are realized. By sending delegates to Methodist conventions and acting as host to representatives of other Metho- dist groups, Wesley Foundation broadens its outlook and links campus activities with those of other schools. OFFICERS MARY HAVENS President JEANETTE MASON Vice-President MATRED JONES Secretary-Treasurer MAURICE PAINTER Evening Worship Chairman Left to Right: Jones, Havens, Mason. Page 169 WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP IS AN ORGANIZATION OF PRESBYTERIAN STUDENTS OFFICERS JEAN BOBO President JEAN MACKIE Vice-President ELIZABETH KEENAN Secretary RAYCEIL WHITWORTH Treasurer MARY FRANCES MARTIN President of Westminster Fellowship House Left to Right, Standing: Martin, Keenan, Mackie, Whitworth , . . Seated: Bobo. Westminster Fellowship members went all out this year for curtain-making, paint-slinging, floor- scraping, and other phases of interior decoration. Objective was the conversion of " The House " — gift of Mr. E. E. Forbes— into a student meeting place. Nearly completed, Westminster House is open to all students and has already attracted campus-wide interest, particularly through Mr. LeBaron ' s " Chewing the Rag " sessions, held weekly at the House. HAS ALABAMA PLAYERS THREE-FOLD PURPOSE Alabama Players is a local three-ring-circle that admits as members those students who have shown interest and ability in dramatic productions. Students outstanding in staging, lighting, and all other phases of production are eligible, as well as those skilled in acting. The organization seeks not only to provide entertainment but to develop dramatic ability and an appreciation for dramatic literature. OFFICERS GRACE KORTH HELEN FETERSON President Stage Manager Left to Right: Peterson, Korth. Page 170 ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IS COMPOSED OF MAJORS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION OFFICERS RUNELLE DIXON . . SARA BARRET . . . EVELYN BLUE ... MARIAN BUMPERS . . . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Left to Right: Blue, Dixon, Bumpers, Barret. An organization of those who spend part of their senior year in the elementary school ' as teachers, of course, not students , A. C. E. this year sponsored Elementary Education Night, which featured panel discussions on childhood education. Organized for the study of more effective methods of teaching the much-younger generation, the Association sent a representative to the national convention in Oklahoma. ALUMNAE DAUGHTERS ASSOCIATION WELCOMES VISITING ALUMNAE The sixty-two members of the Alumnae Daughters Association comprise one of the newest and larg- est campus organizations. Composed of girls whose mothers attended Alabama College, the group acts as a coordinator between the college and its alumnae. Better known as the " Granddaughters, " members of the club served as guides during Founders ' Day and College Night and have assisted on all occasions in making visiting alumnae feel at home. OFFICERS CHARLOTTE COOK . . . President MARGUERITE DEAN . Vice-President LIDA TRUE .... Secretary GRACE POOLE .... Treasurer Left to Right: True, Poole, Dean, Cook. Page 171 BIOLOGY CLUB KEEPS MEMBERS INFORMED ON SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS OFFICERS MARGUERITE DEAN . . . President MARGARET MURPHY Vice-President VIRGINIA MATHIS . . . Secretary FAYE GRIDER Treasurer Left to Right: Murphy, Mathis, Dean, Gride Through the monthly meetings of the Biology Club, budding biologists acquire painlessly a knowl- edge of what goes in the world of cell structure and microbe activity. This year the group started a fund to provide for a future trip to Bok Tower. CALKINS MUSIC CLUB ENTERTAINS FOR MUSIC LOVERS First on the list for Calkins Music Clubbers this year was an overnight Camp House party for fresh- man music majors. Later in the year members juggled coffee cups at receptions for visiting artists. In the spring, amid much writing, rewriting, and beating out of brains, the group drew up a very creditable constitution for Phi Alpha Mu, newly-organized honorary music society. OFFICERS JUNE MIDDLETON . . President ROSALIE MARSHALL Vice-President HILDA GIBSON . . Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: Middleton, Gibson, Marshall. Page 172 DANCE GROUP GIVES STUDENTS EXPERIENCE IN MODERN DANCE OFFICERS FRANKLEE GILBERT President ELLA RUTH GAUNTT Secretary BETTYE FRANKE Treasurer MARJORIE RICHMOND Costume Chairman Limbering up muscles unused for three months and brains in the same condition, Dance Groupers went to work in the fall on creating and perfecting three dances, which were presented as a part of the Fiftieth Anniversary celebration. Composed of students selected through try-outs, the Dance Group stresses creativeness in dance as well as skill and experience. STUDIES DIETETICS CLUB INSTITUTIONAL HOME ECONOMICS Members of the Dietetics Club, who are concerned with the all-important question of food, provided during the year a series of guest speakers whose topics included service of food and table arrangement. Another phase of the club ' s study was a program of correspondence with graduates who were formerly Home Economics majors at Alabama College. OFFICERS ALICE MARIK . . . . . President SARAH EDGE .... Vice-President LOUISE McLAIN .... Secretory MARY LOU HARDEE . . . Treasurer Back, Left to Right: Edge, Ellis, McLain . . . Front: Hardee, Marik, Alexander. Page 173 GLEE CLUB IS ONE OF MOST ACTIVE OF CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS OFFICERS SADIE THOMPSON . . ROSALIE MARSHALL . ANN CONNALLY . . LIDA TRUE . . KITTY STEPHENS . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Business Manager JUNE MIDDLETON, BETSY BAIN Librarians Back, Left to Right: Connolly, Stephens, Bain . . . Front: Middleton, Thompson, Marshall. Glee Clubbers hit the road this year for five days and made the welkin ring from Montevallo to Mobile, warbling everything from Pop Goes the Weasel to On Himalay. During the months before " The Trip, " the singers kept their voices in with a Fiftieth Anniversary Concert and their annual Christmas pro- gram. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB STUDIES CURRENT PROBLEMS A gang that ' s extending hands across the sea is the International Relations Club, which is acting as Mama, or at least guardian, to a Belgian school which it adopted last year. The internationally-minded ones contribute to the work of the school and correspond— in English and 101 French— with its students. An offspring of the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, International Relations Club members this year swapped words and ideas on such subjects as foreign trade, England, China, and Russia, in working to- ward a better understanding of world events. OFFICERS NELL ROSE THOMPSON LENNIE SUE GOREE AMY BARBAREE . . . President Vice-President Secretary Left to Right: Hubbert, Thompson, Goree, Cheape, Barbaree. Page 174 ; " IVOL SPAFFORD CLUB IS AFFILIATED WITH AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS PHOEBE JONES .... President ALICE MARIK .... Vice-President NELL BLACKBURN . . Secretary EVELYN PATE Treasurer Left to Right: Marik, Blackburn, Collum, Pate, Jones. With an eye to the future, Ivol Spaffordites concentrate on developing a professional attitude to- ward their chosen field. Meetings which featured leaders in home economics were a part of this year ' s work. Formerly known as the Alabama College Home Economics Club, the organization became Ivol Spafford Club in 1942. ASSIST NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS WITH THE DRAMA FESTIVAL National Collegiate Players ' annual " time to shine " comes when the Drama Festival is presented on the campus in the early spring. Planning, organizing, and entertaining guests are all jobs performed by N.C.P. ' ers during the festival. This year ' s blowout marked the sixth anniversary of the event. -X OFFICERS ALICE ANDERSON . . . President VIRGINIA RICE . . . Vice-President Left to Right: Rice, Anderson. Page 175 ORCHESTRA PRESENTS CLASSICAL AND SEMI-CLASSICAL MUSIC MISS CLAIRE ORDWAY MARY LOUISE CATON . ROSALIE MARSHALL . BETTY PENDLETON . . HILDA GIBSON . . . Conductor . First Violinist First Cellist First Woodwind . First Flutist Some characters who toot their own horns (scrape their own strings and clash their own cymbals, as well) with successful results are the members of the college orchestra. Sounding their A ' s early in the fall, the music-makers got going with Henry Hadley ' s " New Earth " Symphony, presented during the Fiftieth Anniversary. At Christmas the band played on with the " Christmas Concerto, " joined the Glee Club in " The Messiah, " and finished with the " Unfinished. " PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB PROVIDES A VARIED PROGRAM FOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS Boasting one of the largest memberships in its history, the Physical Education Club also knocked it- self out with one of the busiest programs going. Opening fire with a howdy-do camping trip for fresh- men, the protegees of Bibb Graves Hall let go with their annual hay ride for alumnae of the depart- ment and a formal banquet featuring Dr. T. F. Schwartz, as guest speaker. Still going strong, the senior contingent sipped coffee at a tea honoring Dr. C. H. McCloy of the University of Iowa and Miss Jessie R. Garrison, State Supervisor of Health and Physical Education. OFFICERS JEAN JACKSON .... President SARAH BARR ... Vice-President MARY FRANCES GOLSON Sec.-Treas. NANCY GORDON . . Social Chairman FRANCES WOODS Publicity Manager Standing, Left to Right: Woods, Jackson, Golson . . . Seated: Barr, Gordon. Page 176 SECRETARIAL CLUB ENCOURAGES BUSINESS EFFICIENCY OFFICERS LOUISE HOLCOMBE . . . President CAROLYN TAYLOR . Vice-President IRENE FOSTER Secretary ELAINE DeVAUGHN . . . Treasurer Standing, Left to Right: DeVaughn, Foster, Taylor . . . Seated: Holcombe, Pasche. A social group for future white-collar gals, the Secretarial Club also studies the careers open to its members. By sponsoring guest speakers in this field, those who make with the typewriters encourage interest in secretarial science. High spot on the Sec Club ' s calendar this year was a spring banquet. SOCIOLOGY CLUB KEEPS MEMBERS INFORMED ABOUT SOCIAL WORK When senior sociology majors returned from the reform school last fall (all in a sociologist ' s day ' s work) they recounted their adventures to their sis-majors at meetings of the Sociology Club. Other gath- erings found this bunch bending an ear to out-of-town lecturers in the field of social work. OFFICERS LAYNE REYNOLDS MARGARET HODGES CHARLOTTE SPENCE . JOYCE BAKER MABRY . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Left to Right: Hodges, Spence, Mabry, Reynolds. Page 177 FINALE THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER . . . ODDS AND ENDS . . . SNIPS AND SNAPS . . . CASUAL AND CANDID . . . WHO IN THE WORLD IS THAT . . . CAMERA CONFETTI . . . LENS LOOKING ... 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