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

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c orjj i.j - ■ ce.n, - . i y y, ' J ' A J Bencj m Mmsic librsry Station 6670 University of Montevallo Montcv il . aL 35115 f f ILOiHUA c L lu e PRESENTS THE M iffo COPYRIGHT ANNA GAYLE NELSON Editor BETTY JEAN PASCHE Business Manager MARGARET HARRELL Photographer A CAMPUS PACKED ' S ir s 4 5rT FUN .ViMiM fSjffli ■ ' %:. FOR EACH AND EVERYONE.. p - ' -l AND DISCUS ' m. S AND DEBATE UNT ,f i ' -:T- pism ■--J a i. Y LATE Jyemealmt THE 1948 MONTAGE WISHES TO HONOR ONE WHO HAS DEVOTED TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS OF FAITHFUL AND UNTIRING SERVICE TO THE STU- DENTS AND FACULTY OF ALABAMA COLLEGE, WHO HAS SPENT LONG HOURS COUNTING CALORIES, PLANNING MENUS, SUPERVISING COOKING AND BAKING. WHO DURING RATIONING AND FOOD- SAVING PROGRAMS SAW TO IT THAT HER DINERS WERE PROVIDED WITH NOURISHING AND WELL- COOKED MEALS. WHO HAS A PERMANENT PLACE IN THE HEARTS OF ALL WHO HAVE PARTAKEN OF HER DELICIOUS ICE-CREAM AND BROWN BREAD. FOR THESE REASONS WE DEDICATE THIS ISSUE OF THE MONTAGE TO MISS ANNA IRVIN AND GIVE HONORABLE MENTION TO HER SISTER AND CAPABLE ASSISTANT, MISS EDNA IRVIN. ?S»iij o; MISS ANNA IRVIN ' -rjr -f ; r. - .j rr 0- U ■■■• }i M Thomas Waverly Palmer Hall, which bears the name of the third President of the college, was opened in 1930. It contains administration offices, on auditorium seating approxi- mately sixteen hundred, excellent stage facilities, and one of the great institutional pipe organs of the South, PILMER HILL Page 13 GOVERNOR JAMES E. FOLSOM. m miMU His Excellency, James E. Folsom, has become a well-known figure on the campus of Alabama College. As Chief Executive of the State of Alabama, Governor Folsom is also President of our Board of Trustees. Left and around the table: Mrs. A. Y. Malone, Dothan,- Mr. Bruce Beveridge, Selmo; Mr. M. L. Robertson, Cullman,- Mrs. Edwina M ' tchell, Montgomery,- Dr. A. F. Ffarman, Retired President, Alabama College,- Governor James E. Folsom,- Mr. FHorace Armstrong, Scottsboro; Mr. Nelson Fuller, Centreville,- Mrs. A. G. Finlay, Guntersville,- Mrs. James Fitts Hill, Mont- gomery,- Dr. Austin Meadows, Montgomery. Left to Right: ELLARD, FOSTER, DR. CALDWELL, JACKSON, PARSONS. PRESIDEIT ' S MeMaae - 2 ■ . ' -- . -.- . (- i: " - REYNOLDS HALL CALKINS HALL ' RESIDENT, ' Sio JUNIOR-SENIOR DINING HALL Left to Right; PITTS, DEAN NAPIER, GASTON, TAYLOR. THE DEO DR. T. H. NAPIER Dean Dean Napier: a friend, teacher, counselor, and confidant who holds our deepest admiration and love. His ability, kindness, and sympa- thetic understanding are the characteristics which hove caused students now and in years past to soy, " Thank you. Dean Napier for what you ' ve meant and will always mean to Alabama College. " THE BUSUESS MMIGEH Left to Right: BARR, MR. FOWLER, PITTS, BAKER. MR. FOWLER Business Manager Accurately and efficient- ly, Mr. Fowler balances the budget, helps solve the fi- nancial headaches of student organizations and still has time left over to be an asset to college activities and undertakings with h i s keen interest and friendly good humor. W. C. BLACK R. R. CACHET A. IRVIN J. M. LEE M. L. ORR W. PECK A. RUSSELL M. L. STECKEL L. L. WILSON ADMIIISTRITIIE OFFICERS WINIFRED CASTLEMAN BLACK Dean of Residence JULIA McEACHIN LEE Director, Public Service ABI RUSSELL Librarian ROCHELLE RODD CACHET Director, Vocational Advisory Service DR. M. L. ORR Director of Summer School DR. MINNIE L. STECKEL Student Counselor ANNA IRVIN Food Supervisor DR. WILLENA PECK •. . . . Physician LOUISE L. WILSON , . . Alumnae Secretary Page 19 PETERSON HALL INFIRMARY n, «gi E. H. WILLS LIBRARY THE TOWER L. A. ACKERLEY M. ALLEN A. C. ANDERSON P. C. BAILEY V. BARNES E. BICKHAM H. BLACKISTON M. BRASWELL ' L. BROWNFIELD M. E. COMPTON MARIAN DAVIS MAX:NE DAVIS MILDRED DEASON THE FACULTY DR. LOIS A. ACKERLEY Home Economics VIRGINIA W. BARNES Art LELAH BROWNFIELD Secretarial Science MARTHA ALLEN Art ETHEL BICKHAM Home Economics MARY E. COMPTON Spee-h DR. A. C. ANDERSON Secondary Education HELEN BLACKISTON Biology MARIAN DAVIS ... - Art PAUL C. BAILEY ' . ' Biology MAMIE BRASWELL . . . . ' Mathematics MAXINE DAVIS — Music MILDRED DEASON Health and Physical Education Page 22 IT M I T E U L L MARY G. DECKER Physical Science JOSEPHINE F. EDDY Home Economics BERNICE FINGER Health and Physical Education DR. GEORGE A. DOUGLAS Sociology ELLA MAE ELGIN ■ . Secretarial Science MURRAY C. FLYNN Economics MINNIE DUNN Education DR. HALLIE FARMER History ELEANOR FOREMAN Health and Physical Education DR. ANNE L. EASTM.AN History KATHERINE FARRAH . . . ' . Music SIDNEY FORSYTHE ... " •. Sociology DR. EVA GOLSON ? English M. G. DECKER G. A. DOUGLAS M. DUNN A. L. EASTMAN J. F. EDDY E. A. ELGIN H. FARMER K. FARRAH B. FINGER M. C. FLYNN E. FOREMAN S. FORSYTHE E. GOLSON ? « " -w . E. H. GOULD L. GRIFFITH L. B. HADLEY E. P. HOOD R. L. JACKSON L. JETER D. S. KENNEDY M. F. KENNERLY W. J. KENNERLY C. LUNQUIST MARGARET McCALL M. M. McCOY B. M. McGEE T H E F 1 C II L T Y ELLEN-HAVEN GOULD " . . . . Speech DR. ROSA LEA JACKSON Mathematics W. J. KENNERLY Physical Science LUCILLE GRIFFITH History LENA JETER English CORDELIA LUNDQUIST Health and Physical Education LAURA HADLEY Home Economics DAWN S. KENNEDY Art DR. MARGARET McCALL Health and Physical Education E. P. HOOD Physical Science MARY FORD KENNERLY . . ■ Physical Science MARY M. McCOY Religious Education BERTIE M. McGEE Secretarial Science Paee 24 U M I T E U I L ELOISE MERONEY English HELEN PARRISH Speech SARAH PURYEAR English EMILIA MORALES Spanish LORRAINE PETER History DR. EDGAR C. REINKE- Foreign Languages LUCILLE NAPIER History LORRAINE PIERSON French EDYTHE SAYLOR Health and Physical Education JEANNETTE NIVEN Sociology FRANK N. PHILPOT Secondary Education DR. C. G. SHARP Biology OLIVIA SMENNER .■ -.. Home Economics E. MERONEY E. MORALES L NAPIER J. NIVEN H. PARRISH L. PETER L. PIERSON F. N. PHILPOT S. PURYEAR E. C. REINKE E. SAYLOR C. G. SHARP O. SMENNER G. V. STARR E. STOCKTON I. STROM W. H. TRUMBAUER W. TRUMBAUER A. W. VAUGHAN K. ViCKERY B. WEARY, III C. ORDWAY M. WILSON H. M. WINER M. ZIOLKOWSKI THE F i |] II I T Y GLADYS V. STARR . WILLILEE TRUMBAUER CLAIRE ORDWAY . . ELIZABETH STOCKTON DR. A. W. VAUGHAN MARYLAND WILSON INA STROM DR. KATHERINE VICKERY HONOR M. WINER DR. W. H. TRUMBAUER BETTIE WEARY, III M. ZIOLKOWSKI . . Home Economics Assistant Director of College Theater Music Spanish English Speech, Radio Music Psychology Music Dramatic Literature,- Director of College Theater Psychology Music Page 26 OTHER OFFICERS O. B. COOPER Engineer MARTHA GEE Assistant House Director GEORGIA LEEPER K anager of Supply Store OLLIE TILLMAN Nurse EMMA DENDY Assistant Librarian MARION D. HARMAN Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings MARY McLEOD McNEILL House Director MAY TURNER Assistant Libranon LOUISE DUNCAN House Director EDNA IRVIN Assistant Food Supervisor C. H. MAHAFFEY M.anager of Laundry PHOEBE WILLS Hostess GEORGIA EDWARDS Assistant Librarian ANNIE KEMP House Director ROSALIE MARSHALL House Director LAURA LYMAN WOODS Hosters O. B. COOPER E. DENDY L. DUNCAN G. EDWARDS M. GEE M. D. HARMAN E. IRVIN A. KEMP G. LEEPER M. M. McNEILL C. H. MAHAFFEY R. MARSHALL O. TILLMAN M. TURNER P. WILLS L. L. WOODS There ' s alvv ' oys a hearty " welcome " given and received by students, faculty, and visitors at all of our Alabama College ACTIVITIES. H T I n T I E S K?m: Left to Right: BAKER, BOBO, WOOTEN, ENGLISH. S T |] D E I T S E I 1 T E To provide better legislation and to give better service vvos the Student Senate ' s aim for the year. It helped to realize the first aim by (1) studying continuously all rules and regulations in the Student Hand- book in order to weed out those for which there seemed to be no purpose, (2) by studying its own Constitution in an attempt to improve the clarity of its provisions, and [3i by working with the Executive Board in the re-writing of our Student Government Constitution. In a service capacity, the Student Senate provided a large group of high school seniors with a week end of real fun when the annual House Party was held in h .arch. Its flag committee had the flags dis- played correctly at all necessary times throughout the year. Its personal service committee brought happiness to members of students ' families by sending flowers and cards. All of its affairs were made known to the students and faculty through the publicity committee. Page 31 hs S T U D E i T G I E Rl OFFICERS CAROLYN TAYLOR President AUDREY GOLIGHTLY Vice-President VIRGINIA BROOKS Secretary FRANCES KELLY Tr easurer EXECUTIVE BOARD The Executive Board is composed of a president, vice-president, four members from the Senior class, three members from the Junior class, two members from the Sophomore class, one member from the Fresh- man class, and the presidents of the dormitories. The primary duty of this Board is to administer the making and enforcing of regulations. Top Row: L. to R.: GIBSON HYATT CREEL 2nd Row; L. to R.: MIMS SCREWS WILSON SMITH 3rd Row: L. HOLESAPPLE STROZIER BUMPERS KELLY, M. A. to R.; 4th Row; BROOKS KELLY, F. GOLIGHTLY TAYLOR L. to R.: ' " " ' SV « M E J T Left to Right; GOLIGHTLY TAYLOR The Student Government Association, headed by the Executive Board, has done a magnificent job this year. In addition to its usual functions — Orientation, Freshman reception, elections, and College Night —which were handled smoothly and efficiently, the Executive Board, in cooperation with the Senate, com- pleted the new Constitution. This Constitution which provides for executive, judicial, and legislative branches was put into effect after spring elections. It took many hours of work and study to complete our Constitution and it requires the whole-hearted effort and cooperation of each student to make it a success. So pitch in, students, and this year ' s work will not be wasted. Page 33 Left to Right: ANDREWS, BLUE, WALLACE, SAVAGE. Ike W. 0. i OFFICERS JACQUELYN BLUE President JOYCE SAVAGE Vice-President NELL WALLACE Treasurer BARBARA ANDREWS Secretary The Y. W. C. A. is a vital part of the friendly, tolerant, and purposeful life on the Alabama College campus. Every girl on the campus is a member of the organization and this fact plus its excellent officers and purposes insures its success. Some of the many campus activities sponsored by the " Y " are: the Sis-Major-Sis-Minor program dur- ing Orientation, designed to acquaint Freshmen with Upperclassmen; the World Student Service Fund Drive; Sunday Vespers programs on special occasions; Evening Watch services in the dormitories, the Tea House; and in cooperation with the Religious Council, Religious Emphasis Week. Page 34 OFFICERS DORA JEAN RATTRAY Chairman AMY BARBAREE Secretary Left to Right: BARBAREE, SEIBERT. PDBLIUTIOH BOIRD Composed of a Chairman elected by the Student Body and representatives selected from the four classes, the Publications Board has the job of allocating funds for the Alabamian and Montage. In addition to settling money matters, the Board approves the incoming editors and staffs of both student publications and assists with Orientation Week each fall. In the absence of the Chairman, Amy Barbaree became acting-chairman and Frances Seibert became acting-secretary. Page 35 VvL e Left to Right: HAMILTON CONNALY FREELAND FOSTER Left to Right: NAZARETIAN HORSELY BYRD GREER SAVAGE U 1 B A M I l I . . . STAFF ANN CONNALLY IRENE FOSTER . JOYCE SAVAGE . SHIRLEY BYRD, FAYE HORSELY JO HAMILTON JANICE FREELAND Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Managing Editor Associate Editors Advertising Manager Circulation Manager YETTA GOLDSTEIN, BETTY JENKINS, DORA JEAN RATTRAY, RUBY STONE, BETTY NICHOLAS, ANN CAIN, BABS GARDIEN, GEORGIA SHACKLEFORD, BARBARA AN- DREWS, ELEANORE COCHRANE, BETTY JEAN GREER, ANGELINE NAZARETIAN, BOBBIE ROWE Writers The Alabamian which appears in the mailbox every two weeks not only keeps the students informed about campus activities but also lets our parents and members of the Alumnae Association know what ' s going on at Alabama College. Editor Connally and her efficient staff have done a bang-up job of telling us what happened, why it happened, where it happened, and who was there when it happened. The continuation of the " They Say " column kept us informed on the students ' opinions and the Sug- gestion Box enabled us to praise or blame the work carried on at the College. Left to Right: SHACKLEFORD, COCHRANE, GOLDSTEIN, ANDREWS, NICHOLAS. Left to Right: NELSON and PASCHE. 7 e M N T 1 (i E HARRELL From the first meeting in September until the last package of copy was mailed to Paragon Press the staff of the MONTAGE worked fast and furiously to bring you a friendly picture of life at Alabama College. This annual owes its being not only to the worked-to-death staff members, encouraging faculty ad- visors, and professional engravers and printers, but also to each and every student who merely kept her appointment to smile prettily at Mr. Gasper. Editor Nelson was devil-bent and determined that the 1948 MONTAGE should be out on or before June 1st. With crow-bar to pry her staff to activity and a battle-axe attitude to spur them on, the Editor kept her nose to the grindstone and the wires to the engravers hot to fulfill her promise to the students. But alas! Even though all the copy — except, of course. College Night — was in by March 1, May rolled around and the engravers still hadn ' t delivered the goods. The Editor and Business Manager, fortified by Mr. Fowler, charged up to Birmingham, begged, pleaded and threaten- ed, and the engravers promised to get on the ball and have the plates ready for the printers by June 1. The editor then made plans to spend her honeymoon proofreading so the 1948 MONTAGE could be mailed to you during the summer. The Editor and staff of the 1948 MONTAGE regret that they were unable to present your book on the campus, but are confident that you and your friends will enjoy the " flashbacks " the MONTAGE will bring you at home. Page 38 Left to Right: McCALL WOOTEN ENGLISH CURTIS HOLCOMBE W 1 9 4 8 STAFF ANNA GAYLE NELSON Editor BETTY JEAN PASCHE Business Manager MARGARET HARRELL Photographer JEAN ALEXANDER Artist NINA ENGLISH Associate Editor ANN KOHEN Assistant Business Manager EVELYN CURTIS, BARBARA ANDREWS, ZEMMA HOLCOMBE, MILDRED WOOTEN, ALICE McCALL, YETTA GOLDSTEIN Writers DIXIE RUTH HAWKINS Typist Left to Right: GOLDSTEIN ANDREWS Page 39 " GLADISH RADDISH FOUND AT LAST! " Golu ec SIGHT tk e From the very beginning of that month of secrecy and date which is devoted to preparation for College Night, the campus echoed with the Purple ' s haunting chant: Purples can ' t be beat — Beat! The writing committee immediately went to work and labored through long nights to produce a stunt that was funny and a drama that was dramatic. The music committee began its battle with words and notes. The art committee sketched and drew til tomatoes, celery stalks, and massive columns began to appear. Then the staging crew set up headquarters in the Scene Shop, took up their hammers, saws and point brushes, and went to work on the columns and flats. The costume committee, at the some time worked with wire and plastavon to make the Purples look like vegetables, and with cheesecloth and percals to reproduce Biblical costumes. Staging Crew Stages a " Parade of The Hammers. " B!aci -e ' ed Pete, the Country Cous- in, Has His Say. Sharecrop Holmes Points the Finger Of Guilt at Hedda Lettuce. The King Begs Salome to Dance. PURPLES When College Night rolled around, the Purples proudly presented their dramati- zation, " Salome, " which told the story of how " the daughter of the wicked " found her revenge. With equal pride they also presented the stunt, " Celery Stalks at Midnight, " or " Halt! Who Grows There?, " a mystery set in the garden patch and based on the rules of Shorecrop Holmes, the great detective. The Purple Slow song carried the theme of love for one ' s fellowman. For their pep song, the Purples song about Albert, a little imp who just could not be bod. Then come that hushed moment when the Judges announced their decision — a Purple Victory! A record was broken! For the first time in the history of College Night one side had been given the favorable decision for four consecutive College Nights. Servants Listen To The Words of John The Baptist. The Queen Reorimond? Salome. Page 41 GquJa e ae From the first " Hooray for paper mache! " to tfie last toasted marshmallow the Golds vibrated with a contagious rejuvenated spirit that shook the rafters of Palmer and stood the 30th Annual College Night audience up on its feet, applauding. For paper mache was the stunt scenery- stalagmites and a fiery pit — a setting fit for the Devil, because " A Tale or Knot a Tail " told of a cherubim who met a Sara Finn on a lower, much lower level. And as for the toasted marshmallows, well, how else could imps ' tails be put to better use? The story of Aseneth and Joseph of Armathea, " In the Garden " was dramatized poignantly and with depth of feeling. Fired by cruel ambition and a thirsty love for prestige, this story of Aseneth ' s role in the crucifixion is not widely known. Set in a terraced garden with an ivied wall, the Gold dromatization was climaxed by the symbolism of the gradual glow from the tomb in the garden in which the body of the Nazarene was placed, and the conversion of Aseneth. The Littlest Angel. IIGHT ' (i 1 D S The pep song literally bubbled with joy and was duly dubbed " the happy glad " song by Marionno and Judy. The " slow " song was based on an alma mater theme— " . . , pleasure, friendship . , college days . . . loyalty . . . joy and care . . Alma Mater . . our memory . The Golds thrived on triumphant spirit and the realiza- tion of a job well done. Staging Crew Sitting On a Cloud. " But I Ain ' t Got No Toil! " " I See No Wrong In This Man! " Asenetfi Vehemently Denounces the Teachings of Christ. " K v " «5 v i]ROOK nu Twos early morning May 5, 1947 when the Seniors mode their traditional march on the lowly Juniors chanting their traditional dirge, but what could have been responsi- ble for the Tea taking place in Hanson lobby complete with candles, flowers, hats, gloves, purses, heels, and pajamas, with Miss Kemp pouring tea? The Seniors were greeted with Tea for Two and other appropriate musical renditions and the Juniors were put out no end to have their best efforts ignored, and of course, all that tea wasted. And such was the beginning of Crook Week in which there were constant battles of wit, imagination, talent, and physical strength of the two classes. The Seniors, after subduing a pirate horde at Crook Convocation, and as- signing the truly lovely costumes for the newly christened " Bandicoots, " set forth a rugged early week program, in- cluding a May Pole Dance; a football gome; nightly Moon River programs from Tut terrace; a fHog Calling Contest; a musicole in Palmer; a Jean ' s Tea hostessed by all the Juniors named Jean; and the Chancey Lectures; in all of which the Juniors ' enthusiasm and imagination rivaled that of the Seniors. Is there any wonder that it was 1:37 p.m. Wednesday before the Crook was found? But it was found and Sue Roberts was the finder. Shrieks of joy echoed from Flower- hill OS the school whistle and bell joined in, and after the appropriate ceremony on Tut Balcony another Crook Week blended into the warm, glowing heritage that is Alabama College. Top: " Preaching Parson " and The Evils; Palmer Swamped by Invading Pirales; Miss " P. S. G. " Entertains at Lunch. Bottom: Bandicoot Hags Show Off Bogs; Charter Member of the 6 A. M. " Cockle-Doodle-Doos; " Pine Cone Coiffures Displayed At Jean ' : Tea. Sweet Relief! ! ft Dr. Trumie Directing " Electro. ' (] L L e u THEATER what would Alabama College do without the College Theatre? It gives to the students an opportunity for participating in the phase of dramatic work they like best — acting, lighting, staging, costuming, make-up, and properties. Progressing from a very small beginning in 1929, the College Theatre has accumulated thousands of dollars worth of scenery, costumes, make-up, and modern lighting equipment. The College Theatre has as its purposes the providing of an opportunity to see masterpieces of dramatic literature, giving Southern writers a hearing, developing in the audience a true appreciation of artistic standards, and providing training for teach- ing and technical positions in communities and Little Theatres. The Theatre Council, made up of students who have been active in dramatic work, acts as an advisory board to the director. " The Emperor ' s New Clothes. ' VIRGIL FOX, Organist. IRTISTS LEIT RE ADELAIDE STEDMAN, Lecturer. ANTONIO and ROSARIO Spanish Dancers. OMoL Periodically throughout the school year the college is visited by well-known musicians, artists, and authors who present programs of great interest to the student body. Miss Kotherine Farrah, Chairman of the 1947-1948 Artist and Lecture Series Committee, has brought to the campus this year such noted personages as the dancers Antonio and Rosario, the world famous violinist Ginette Neveu; V.me. Suzanne Silvercruys and Adelaide Stedman, lecturers; and the Barter Theatre Players of Virginia. The San Antonio Symphony Orchestra. THE R E (] R n T I OFFICERS MARGARET HODGES President JUDY ELLARD Vice-President KITTY STEPHENS Secretary MARY FRANCES GOLSON Treasurer The Recreation Association stimulates and fosters the highest type of college spirit through a joyous interest in play. It provides entertainment and recreation for the seven hundred seventy-nine students here at Alabama College. Constant planning, hard work, and study go together to make this program a success. H fosters mainly intra- mural sports, tournaments, camping parties and week-end entertainments at Bibb Graves Hall. The Association is a major factor in determining the happiness and well-being of students here at Alabama College. Left to Right: GOLSON, STEPHENS, ELLARD, HODGES. 1 A n c n T 1 1 J ' ,3ff ' ?«: ' • ' » ' ' f, " !»— iWflik, •1 fl lV e ■!e»° S ot- %i ' Many of the most lasting friendships made on our campus during the past year were mode on our sports field. An extensive intramural program was sponsored by the members of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and the Recreation Association including competition in team sports and individual and dual sports between groups of students and between faculty and students. The Square Dance Club which met one night a week proved to be a popular form of recreation for members of the faculty and student body. Majors in Physical Education Compete In Hockey. Archers Have Their Eyes On The " Gold. " Basketball, The Ever-Popular Sport, Players Get Together After The Tennis Tournament. Intra-dormitory tournaments were schedul- ed in volley ball, hockey, basketball, and soft boll. Large felt pennants were pro- vided for each dormitory and the winner of each respective tournament displayed their pennant on a flag pole on the top of Graves Hall. During the earl y Fall, the Recreation As- sociation sponsored a tennis party at which time Dr. Caldwell played in an exhibition match. The badminton tournament was one of the highlights of the winter sports season followed by tournaments in table tennis and archery. Majors in physical education who were nationally rated officials officiated at the various tournaments. Hiking and week ends at camp headed the recreation list for many students and faculty members of the college community. UMP SPORTS All Eyes On The Ba The " Birdie " Under Control. | 5 i«sijfl|; •1 m . iM ■ «Ni -H» -.■ SK r yt- !»4 ' Off On A Nature Hike. Future Camp Counselors. Majors in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and minors in Rec- reation prepare themselves to become camp counselors in response to numerous requests for trained personnel in this field. Some courses are taught on the campus, while others ore taught at the A. C. camp which has facili- ties to accommodate 48 students and staff members. Students participate in a program including outdoor cookery, crafts, nature, aquatics, safety, selection and maintenance of camp sites, facilities, program planning, and organization and administration. Some of the activities ore taught at Oak Mountain State Park to supplement the courses taught on the campus and at the A. C. Camp. The staff includes members of the American Notional Red Cross and the State Department of Conservation in addition to members of the staff of the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Outdoor Cooking I ' En|oyed By All Student = With a " have you studied? " our friendly conversation comes around to the subject of CLASSES CI rs s E s an£ the GladAeA a ia t . . . Vke SENIOR dLUS When the Senior Class of 1948 first came to Alabama College the world was in the midst of war. But theirs was a class with " spunk and spirit " from the beginning and courageously they braved freshman days with a polite, friendly smile — that is, until they learned the ropes in a week or so, and from then on there was no stopping them. -, . ■ ■ A year later, the war was over, they found thot living in Ramsey and being awakened every morning to the soft, sweet blast of the laundry whistle produced " battle fatigue. " Soon, with the help of midnight snacks, late studying, or other intangible things, they found they could sleep through anything. As juniors they became more solicitous to the general welfare of the college, especially the seniors. In a very touching and friendly gesture they relieved the seniors of the crook, returning it just in time for the Fiftieth Anniversary Pageant. During the Senior Banquet, instead of tearing up Tut they tidied up and left some neighborly advice about cleaning up more often. • One morning in May, at four A. M., the juniors— soon to be bandicoots acted the part of the cordial hostess and served coffee in Hanson lobby to the nocturnal senio ' s, but none of the seniors were thirsty. ' - Seniors now, they ' ve come a long way from the timid little freshmen. Some might call them digni- fied, but underneath they ' ll always carry with them the frolicing, friendly spirit prevalent at A. C, and their particular class. TUTWILER DORMITORY OFFinRS Left to Right: YACKEE, PARSONS, POWELL, PASCHE. OFFICERS MARIANNA PARSONS President MARJORIE YACKEE Vice-President VIRGINIA POWELL Secretary BETTY JEAN PASCHE Treasurer Vke SOIOR fLASS ALBREAST, CLARA, Castleberry; B.S., Home Eco- nomics. ALBRIGHT, ELIZABETH, Montevallo; B. S., Secre- tarial Science; Senate, Summer 2, 3; President ' s Council, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3; Elite Night, Linguist, 4,- Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4. ALEXANDER, JEAN, Birmingham; A. B., Art, Music; Senate, 4; Y. W. C. A., 3, Publicity Chairman, 4; Presi- dent ' s Council, 4; ALABAMIAN, 4; MONTAGE, 3, A- Calkins Music Club, 3, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3,4; Kappa Pi, 3, President, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sis-major, 4; Hiking Chaperon, 3. ALEXANDER, MARY LOUISE, Decatur; B. S., Home Economics. ASHCRAFT, MAXINE, Kennedy; A. B., Secondary Education. BAKER, BETTY JO, C a I e r a; B. S., Secretarial Science; Senate, I, 2, 3, President, 4; Y, W. C. A., Cabinet, 4; Recreation Association, 3, 4; Presidents " Dignified " Seniors Yell for Their Team. Council, Secretary, 2, 4; ALABAMIAN, 1; MONTAGE, 3; President of Sophomore Class; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, A- Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 2, 3, A- Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; College Night, 3, Cabinet, 1, 2, 4; Elite Night, " Miss Alabama College, " 4; Who ' s Who In American Col- leges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sis Major, 2, 3; Ushers ' Club, 4; Alumnae Daughters ' Association, 2, 3, 4; Ten Best Dressed Girls, 4. BAKER, DOROTHY, Eufaulo; B. S., Institutional Eco- nomics; Alabomion, 1 , 2, 3; Dietetics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1 , 2, 3, A- College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Fire Captain, 3. BARBAREE, AMY LOIS, Montgomery; A. B., Mathe- matics; Senate, 1 , 2; Y. W. C. A., 1 , 2, 3, A- Publica- tions Board, 3, Secretary, 4; Usher, 3; International Relations Club, 2, Secretary, 3; Future Teachers of America, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 2, Treasurer, 3, Presi- dent, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 4. BARR, CATHERINE, Anniston; B. M., Voice; Presi- dents Council, 4; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Dance Group, 3; Glee Club, 4; Notional Collegiate Players, 3, Presi- dent, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, A- Elite Night, 4. BARRETT, SARAH LUCILE, Decatur; B. A., English; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2; Presidents Council, 4; Association for Childhood Education, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4. BECK, CARMEN, Bogota, Colombia; B. S., Secre- tarial Science. BLACKBURN, ZULINE CAPPS, Luverne; B. S., Vo- cational Home Economics. Page 60 ALBREAST, C. ALBRIGHT, E ALEXANDER, J. ALEXANDER, M. L. ASHCRAFT, M. BAKER, B. J. BAKER, D. BARBAREE, A. L. EARR, C. BARRET, S. L. BECK, C. BLACKBURN, Z. C. L vke mm fLiss BLACKWOOD, FRANCIS, Cleveland; A. B., Retail Home Economics. BLUE, JACQUELINE ROSAMOND, Mobile; A. B., Sociology; Student Government, 3; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Biology Club, 1, 2; Glee Club, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 4, Vice-President, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Sis-Major, 1 , 2, 3; Representative to President ' s School, Colum- bia University, 1945; Student Assembly, University of Illinois, 1946; Southern Regional Conference, Y. W. C. A. Berea College, Kentucky, 1947. BLUE, PEGGY, Elba; A. B., History; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, A- Usher ' s Club, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 4; Orientation, 1, 2; Fire Lieutenant, 4; Glee Club Trip, 2. BOBO, LILLIAN JEAN, Mobile; B. S., Biology, Chem- istry, English; Senate, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, Cabinet, 4; Recreation Association, 2; Presi- dents Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Commission; Biology Club, 2; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1 , 3, 4, Presi- dent, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 1, 2, 3, Biologist, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Unive-sities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 1- House Council, 4; Beta Beta Beta, 3, Secretory-Treasurer, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 4, Vice-President, 2, Presi- dent, 3; Religious Council, 3, President, 4. BULLOCK, MARY ADELIA, Birmingham; B. A., Art; Art Club, 4; Canterbury Club, 3, 4; College Night, 4; Elite Night, 4. BUMPERS, MARION, Grove Hill; A. B., Elementary Education; Student Government, 4; Senate, 4; Recre- ation Association, 4; Alabama Ployes, 2, 3, 4; As- sociation for Childhood Education, Secretary, 2, 4, Treasurer, 3; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Notional Colleg ' ate Players, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Who ' s Who in Amer ican Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4. BYRD, SHIRLEY, Gadsden; A. B., Sociology; Y. W C. A., Cabinet 4; Alobamian, 3, Associate Editor, 4: Vice-President of Freshman Class; Sociology Club, 4; Speech Chorus, 1; Pi Delta Epsilon, 4; College Night, 1, Cheerleader, 2, 3, Assistant Leader, 4; Elite Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Sociologist, 4; Theatre Coun- cil, 4; Sis-M.opr, 4; Usher, 2, 3, 4. CARR, MARY FRANCES, Talladega; B. S., Physical Education; Y. W. C. A., 1; Recreation Association, 4 Glee Club, 1, 2; Physical Education Club, 2, 3, 4 Secretarial Club, 1; College Night, 1, Cheerleader, 4 Orientation, 4; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Tearhe ' s of America, 4. CATON, MARY LOUISE, Montgomery; B. S., Bi- ology; Orchestra, 1 , 2, 3, President, 4; College Nigh , 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 1, 2. " Gee, That Floor ' s Hard! " COCHRANE, ELENORE GERALDINE, Birmingham; A. B., Mathematics; A ' abam ' an, 2, 3, A- Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Future Teochers of America, 4; Art Club, 4: College Night, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 4; Glee Club Trip, 3. COLLUM, CLARICE, M.obile; B. S., Home Economics. CONNALLY, ANN DAVIDSON, Gadsden; B. M., Piano; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Presidents Council, A- Alo- bamian, 2, 3, Editor, 4; Montage, 1; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 4, Secretary, 3; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, Treasu ' er. 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Phi Alpha Nu, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, Cabinet, 2, 3, A- Who ' s Who in American College and Universities, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club Trip, 2, 3. Page 62 BLA CKWOOD, F. BLUE, J. BLUE, P. BOBO, L. J. BULLOCK, M. BUMPERS, M. BYRD, S, CARR, M. F. CATON, M. L. COCHRANE, E. COLLUM, C. CONNALLY, A. 7 S EI I OR flASS CRUTCHER, MARGARET ANNE, Athens; A. B., Secondary Education,- Alabamian, 4; Glee Club, 1 ; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of Ameri- ca, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3. CURTIS, EVELYN E., Birmingham; A. B., English, Sociology; Transfer, Birmingham Southern; Montage, 3, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 4; Notional Collegiate Players, 4; College Night, Cabinet, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 4; House Council, 4. DANIEL, SARA, Round Mountain; B. S., Dietetics; Dietetics Club, 4; Ivol Spofford Club, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Usher, 4. Alabamian, 1; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; West- minster Fellowship, 1, 2, 4, Council 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Captain, 2; Lieutenant, 1; Hiking Chaperon, 2. DEASON, EDITH ESTELLA, America; A. B., Speech; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4; Recreation Associa- tion, 3, 4, Chairman Summer, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Alabama Players, 3, President, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Religious Council, Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- dent, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Gold Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, Summer, 4; Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 4; Sis Major, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Theatre Council, 3, 4; Hiking Leader, 2, 3, 4; House Council, 4. DIXON, MARJORIE, Thomoston; A. B., English; Wesley Foundation, 3, 4. EASTER, FRANCES M. WEST, Decatur; B. S., Secre- tarial Science; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 4, Treasurer, 3; History Students Discuss TIME. EDGAR, MARTHA JO, Deatsville; B. S., Secretarial Science; Recreations Association, 3; Alabamian, 3, 4; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4; Secretarial Club, 2, 3, Social Chairman, 4; Notional Collegiate Players, 4; Pi Kappa Delta, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orienta- tion, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Sports, 2, 3, 4; Fire Cap- tain, 4, Lieutenant, 2; Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4; Debate, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi Convention, 4. ELLARD, JUDY, Dothan; A. B., Sociology; Executive Board, Summer, 4; Recreation Association, 2, 3, Vice- President, 4; Alabamian, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Sociology Club, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Gold Assistant Leader, 4; Elite Night, 2; Orientation, 3; Honor Roll, Summer, 3. ESSLINGER, JEANETTE, Gurley; B. S., Chemistry. EVANS, BETTY SUE, Florolo; A. B., History; Transfer from Judson College, 1; Future Teachers of America, 4; Alabamian, 4; B. S. U. Council, 2, 3; College Night, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U. Convention, 2. FAUCETT, LOU ELLEN, Gadsden; A. B., Retail Eco- nomics; Presidents Council, 4; Glee Club, 1, 3, 4; Retail Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, Usher, 4; Alumnae Daughters Association, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Sis M.ajor, 4. FOSTER, IRENE, Huntsville; B. S., Secretarial Science; Student Government, 3; Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Publications Board, 1; Ala- bamian, Business Manager, 4; Glee Club, 1; Inter- national Relations Club, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, Secretary, 3; Typing Chairman, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, Secretary, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 4, Secretary, 3; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 3, President, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; House President, 3. Page 64 CRUTCHER, M. A. CURTIS, E. E. DANIEL, S. DEASON, E. E. DIXON, M. EASTER, F. W. EDGAR, J. ELLARD, J. ESSLINGER, J. EVANS, B. S. FAUCETT, L. E. FOSTER, I. 7 nun uku FREELAND, JANICE MARIE, Grand Bay; A. B., So- ciology; Y. W. C. A., 1; Alabamian, Circulation Manager, 4; Glee Club, 1, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; B. S. U., 1; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 3; Sports, 2; Sis Major, 4. GIBSON, ENITH GRACE, Gilbertown; B, S., Bi- ology; Executive Board, 4; Y. W. C. A., 4; Recrea- tion Association, 4; Alabama Players, 4; Biology Club, 2, 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Sports, 2, 3. GILLESPIE, MABLE PAULINE, Birmingham; A. B., Sociology; Senate, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 4; Presidents Council, 1, 4; Alabamian, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, President, 4; Wesley Foundation, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 3, 4; Sports, 1; Fire Lieutenant, 1, 3; Head Usher, 4. GRANTHAM, MARY ELIZABETH, Uniontown; B. S., Medical Technology; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 1, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Sis Major, 2, 3, 4. GRIFFITH, MARY V., Pensocola, Florida; B. A., Liberal Arts. HAMILTON, JO, Decatur; B. S., Retail Economics; Executive Board, Summer, 4, Treasurer, 4; Y. W. C. A., Kappa Pi Entertains Madame Silvercruys. 1; Alabamian, Advertising Manager, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 4; Retail Club, 2, 4; Secretary, 3; College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; Elite Night, 3, Favorite 2, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 2; Ushers Club, 2, 3, 4; Ten Best Dressed, 4; House President, Summer, 4. HAMNER, VERA NELL, Arley; A. B., Speech; Ala- bama Players, 3, 4; Dance Group, 1; International Relations Club, 4; Secretarial Club, 1; Speech Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U., 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 3; Honor Roll, Summer, 2; Sports, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Hiking Leader, 3; Sis Major, 3, 4. HARRELL, MARGARET EDITH, Birmingham; A. B., Art; Y. W. C. A., 1, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Publica- tions Board, 2; Alabamian, 1, 2, 3, 4; Montage, Photographer, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Art Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Future Teachers of America, President, 4; Kappa Pi, 3, Treasurer, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 2, Vice-President, 3, Secretory-Treasurer, 4; Wesley Foundation, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; College Photographer, 1 , 2, 3, 4; House Council, 4. HATFIELD, JOYCE, Eufoulo; A. B., Sociology; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4. HAVENS, VIRGINIA DELLORINE, Alexander City; B. S., Mathematics; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3, Vice-President, 4; Pi Tou Chi, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, Council, 2, 3, President, 4; Religious Council, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; State Methodist Student Movement, 1, 2, Second Vice-President, 3; Pi Tou Chi Conven- tion, State, 2, National, 4. HAWKINS, EVA LUCILLE, Collinsville; B. S., Voca- tional Home Economics; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club, 2; Dietetics Club, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spaf- ford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; House Council, 3. HENDERSON, VIRGINIA, Carthage, Mississippi; A. B., Retail Economics; Retail Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 4; House Council, Treasurer, 4. Page 66 FREELAND, J. GIBSON, E. G. GILLESPIE, P. GRANTHAM, M. GRIFFITH, M. V. HAMILTON, J. HAMNER, V. N. HARRELL, M. E. HATFIELD, J. HAVENS, V. HAWKINS, L. HENDERSON, V. 7 S E 1 1 R L U S HODGES, MARGARET, Ashville; A. B., Sociology; Senate, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A., 2, 3; Recreation Associa- tion, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Vice- President of Sophomore Class; Sociology Club, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; Orienta- tion, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Recreation Association Convention; Usher, 2, 3, 4. HOLESAPPLE, MARTHA ELIZABETH, Decatur; A. B., Retail Economics; House President, 4; Y. W. C. A., 4; Presidents Council, Secretary, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 4; Retail Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Religious Coun- cil, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2. HORSLEY, FAYE ANNETTE, Gadsden; B. S., Secre- tarial Science; Y. W. C. A., 3, 4; Alobamian, 1, 2, 3, Associate Editor, 4; Glee Club, 1; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1; Fire Lieutenant, 1. INGRAM, MARGARET, E., Tarrant; A. B., English; Senate, 2; International Relations Club, 2; Alpha Lambda Delta, 2, 3; Canterbury Club, 2; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 4. HOWELL, NELL, Aberdeen, Mississippi; B. S., Sec- certarial Science; Senate, Summer, 2; International Relations Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Secretarial Club, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 3; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 4; College Night, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 4. HYDE, WILLENE, Fayette; A. B., Sociology. History Staff Entertains Majors. JACKSON, PEGGY JEAN, Talladega; B. S., Physi- cal Education; Y. W. C. A., 1, 3, 4; Recreation As- sociation, 3, 4; Presidents Council, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2; Physical Education Club, 2, President, 3, 4; Secretarial Club, 1; Art Club, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader, 4; Elite Night, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 4; Sports, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Future Teach- ers of America, 4; Usher, 4; Hiking Leader, 2, 3. JONES, CATHERINE, Montgomery; B. S., Mathe- matics. JONES, MATRED, Phenix City; B. S., Secretarial Science; Senate, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Sports, 1; Fire Lieuten- ant, 2, 4. JONES, NINA FRANCES, Verbena; B. S., Chemis- try, Mathematics; Student Government, Vice-Presi- dent, Summer, 4; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Phi Alpha, 3, President, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, President, 4; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; B. S. U., 1, 2, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, Sum- mer, 4. JONES, PEGGY, Aliceville; B. A., Speech; Alo- bamian, 2; Alabama Players; College Night, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, 4. JONES, WILLIE LOU, East Tallassee; A. B., Elemen- tary Education. Page 68 HODGES, M. HOLESAPPLE, B. HORSELY, F. HOWELL, N. HYDE, W. INGRAM, M. JACKSON, J. JONES, C. JONES, M. JONES, N. F. JONES, P. JONES, W. L. Vke mm CLASS KELLEY, MILDRED ANNE, Tallassee; A. B., Mathe- matics,- Executive Board, 3, 4; Alabamian, 4; Asso- ciation for Childhood Education, 1, 2; Kappa Mu Epsilon, 3, 4; M,u Delta Alpha, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U., 1, 2; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Elite Night, A- Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1 , 2, 3; Fire Captain, 1. KILGORE, DEANNE, Selmo; A. B., History. KING, ALICE JOHNSTON, Bessemer; B. S., Chem- istry. 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Ivol Spofford Club, 2, 3, A- International Relations Club, 2; B. S. U., 4, Council, 1, 2, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, A- Honor Roll, 2, 3; B. S. U. Convention, 1, 2, 3. KING, MAE DOROTHY, Dahlonega, Georgia,- B. S., Physical Education. KNOTTS, VERM,EY LEE, Georgiano; A. B., Soci- ology; Y. W. C. A., 1; A!abamian, 1, 2, Associate Editor, 3; Sociology Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 3, A- College Night, 2; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 2, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Fire Leutenont, 4. KNOWLES, INEZ, Headland; B. S., Home Eco- nomics; Senate, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2; Dietetics Club, Group Drinks Coffee While Discussing International Affairs, KYNERD, VIRGINIA, Selmo; B. S., Biology. LANE, BETTYE JEAN, Decatur; B. S., Secretarial Science; Secretarial Club, 4; College Night, 4. LECROY, NELL, Castleberry; B. S., Home Economics. LOVELADY, EDITH GRADY, Huntsville; B, S., Secre- tarial Science. MACKIE, CECELIA JEAN, Fairfield; A. B., Soci- ology, M.athematics; Student Government, 1, Secre- tary, 2, Vice-President, 3; Senate, 1, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2; Alabamian, 1, 2; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, Senior Advisor, 4 Kappa M.u Epsilon, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4 Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 4, Vice-President, 3, College Night, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, A- Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orienta- tion, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, A- Fire Captain, 3; Fire Lieutenant, 2; A. A. U. W. Award, 2; Usher, 2, 3, 4. MAJORS, ALMA JEAN, Gadsden; B. S., Home Economics; D etetics Club, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 3. Page 70 KELLEY, M. A. KILGORE, D. KING, A. J. KING, D. M. KNOTTS, V. L. KNOWLES, I. KYNERD, V. LANE, B. LE CROY, N. LOVELADY, E. G. MACKIE, J. MAJORS, J. Vke nil OR PUSS MANASCO, LORENE, Brookside; A. B., History, English; Senate, Summer, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2; inter- national Relations Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 4. MARTIN, MARTHA ANN, Birmingham; A. B., Eng- lish, History; Senate, Summer, 2, 3; Alabamian, 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Alpha Lamb- da Delta, 1, Vice-President, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2, 3. MATHISON, ANN, Red Level; B. S., Home Eco- nomics; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3; Dietetics Club, 1 , 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Fire Lieutenant. MAY, MERLE, Salitpo; A. B., Sociology; Student Government, Summer 4; Recreation Association, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 4; Honor Roll, Summer, 4; Sis Major, 2, 3, 4; Hiking Chaperon, 4. MERRILL, JEANETTE, Dozier; A. B., Sociology, Psy- chology; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Alabamian, 1, 2, 3; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club, 2; Interna- tional Relations Club, 2; Orchestra, 2; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; National Collegiate Players, 4; Seniors Stroll to Sacred Domicile. Westminster Fellowship, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Honor Roll, 2; Sports, 2, 4; Fire Cap- tain, 1; Fire Lieutenant, 2; Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4. NOEL, MICHELINE, Paris, France. MILLER, FARLEY, Gadsden; A. B., Art. MIMS, DOROTHY DELPHINE, Vido; A. B, History; Student Government, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1 , 2, 3, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Sociology Club, 1; B. S. U., 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1; Fire Captain, 4; B. S. U. Convention, 1, 2, 3, 4. MINSHEW, RUENETTE, Gadsden; A. B., English. NELSON, ANNA GYALE, Athens; A. B., Speech; Senate, 1, 2, 4; Presidents Council, 3, 4; Montage, 2, 3, Editor, 4; Alabama Players, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Group, 2, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 3, Reporter- Historian, 4; National Collegiate Players, 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 4; Zeta Phi Eta, 2, President, 3, 4; College Night, , 2, 3, Gold Cabi- net, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 2; Sis Major, 2, 3; Zeta Phi Eta Na- tional Convention, 2; Future Teachers of America, 4; Theatre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4. NEWTON, JIMMILYN, Dothan; B. S„ Home Eco- nomics. NICHOLAS, CHARLOTTE BERNICE, Birmingham; B. S., Home Economics; Alabamian, 1; Dietetics Club, 2, 3, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U., 1, 2, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 1, Fire Captain, 2. Page 72 MANASCO, I. MARTIN, M. A. MATHISON, A. MAY, M. MERRILL, C. J. MICHELINE, N. MILLER, F. MIMS, D. MINSHEW, R. NELSON, A. G. NEWTON, J. NICHOLAS, C. B. 7 SEHOR CLASS OWEN, BESSIE, Butler; A. B., Elementary Educa- tion. PALMER, SARA ELLEN, Mobile,- A. B., Art; Transfer, San Francisco State College, 3; Y, W. C. A., 1, 2; Art Club, 2, 4; Kappa Pi, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 4. PARSONS, MARIANNA, Talladega; A. B., Speech; Senate, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 3; Presidents Coun- cil, 3, 4; President of Class, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President, 4; Zeta Phi Eta, Vice-President, 3; College Night, Cabinet, 2, 3, Leader, 4; Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Uni- versities, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Theatre Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Tournaments, Kentucky, 3. PARSONS, SARAH MIRIAN, Selmo; B. S., Biology, Chemistry; Student Government, 2; Y. W. C. A., 1; Presidents Council, 4; Publications Board, 1; Biology Club, 1, 2, 4; Glee Club, 1, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 4; Orientation, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Sports, 1, 2; Theatre Council, 2, 4; Pi Tau Ki, 4. PARSONS, VIVIAN, Selmo; B. S., Biology; Y. W. C. A., 2, 3; Alabama Players, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Wesley Foundation, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3; Pi Tau Ki, 4; Theatre Council, 2, 3, 4. PASCHE, BETTY JEAN, Houston, Texas; B. S., Sec- retarial Science; Senate, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1; Presidents Council, 4; Publications Board, 3; Alabamian, 3; Montage, Business Manager, 4; Treasurer of Class, " Let ' s Hurry, ' Cause I ' m Hungry! " 4; Glee Club, 1; International Relations Club, 3, 4; Secretarial Club, 2, Typing Chairman, 3, President, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 1, 2, 4, Vice-President, 3; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 3, Vice-President, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 4; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Sis Major, 4; International Relations Club Conference, 4. PATE, LOUISE, Castleberry; B. S., Home Economics. POOLE, MARY GRACE, Leeds; B. S., Medical Sec- retary; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Librarian, 4; Secretarial Club, 1 , 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Westminster Fellow- ship, I, 2, 4; Council 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club Trip, 4; Alumnae Daughters Club, 2, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4. POWELL, MAVIS LORAINE, Clanton; A. B., Speech; Senate, Summer, 2; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club, 4; Speech Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4; National Collegiate Players, 4; Zeta Phi Eta, 3, Vice-President, 4; College Night, 1 , 2, 3, Cabinet, 4; Orientation, 3; Honor Roll, 2, 4; Sports, 1, 4; Sis Major, 4; Hiking Leader, 4; Theater Council, 3, 4; House Council, 4. POWELL, ALMA VIRGINIA, Prattville; B. M., Organ, Composition; Senate, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, Cabinet, 3; Secretary of Class, 3; Calkins Music Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 2; Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer, 2; Westminster Fellowship, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 1 , 2, 3, 4. PRENTICE, JULIA DEANE, Chattanooga, Tennessee; A. B., Music; Transfer, University of Chattanooga; Y. W. C. A., 3, 4; Calkins Music Club, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; College Night, 3, 4. PRIESTER, MARTHA, Opeliko; A. B., Retail Eco- nomics; Student Government, 3; Presidents Council, 3, President, 4; Alabamian, 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; Retail Club, 1 , 2, 4, President, 3; Kappa Pi, 4; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; College Night, 1, Cabinet, 2, 3, Leader, 4; Elite Night, 1, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Sports, 1; Honor Roll, 4; State P resident Ala- bama Home Economics Club; Theatre Council, 3, 4; Alumnae Daughters Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4; Usher, 3, 4. Page 74 OWEN, B. PALMER, S. E. PARSONS, M. J. PARSONS, S. M. PARSONS, V. PASCHE, B. J. PATE, L. POOLE, M. G. POWELL, AA. POWELL, V. P CNTICE, J. D. PRIESTER, M. 7 4e SOIOR IJLASS QUARLES, NELL ELAINE, Mobile; A. B., Art; Y. W. C. A., 1; Recreation Association, 2; Art Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Theater Council, 4; Kappa Pi, 3, Secretary, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 4; Publicity Chairman, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club Tour, 1. RASBERRY, ALICE, Clanton; B. S., Secretarial Science; International Relations Club, 4; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U., 1, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 4. RATTRAY, DORA GENE, Gadsden; B. S., Secre- tarial Science; Senate, 1, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Publications Board, Chairman, 4; Alabamian, 3, 4; Alabama Players, 3, 4; Calkins Music Club, 1; Inter- national Relations Club, 3; Secretarial Club, 3, 4; Speech Chorus, 1; College Night, 1, 3, 4; Elite Night, 1, 2, ' 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3. RICHBURG, GLORIA JEWEL, Luverne; A. B., Retail Economics; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; Retail Club, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Tau Chi, 4; College Night, 2, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 4; State Methodist Conference, 2. ROBERTS, SUE, Winfield; B. S., Home Economics. ROGERS, FRANCES, Mobile; B. A., History; Student Government, 1, 2; Alabamian, 1, 2; International Re- lations Club, 1; B. S. U., 1, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2; Honor Roll, 4; Sports, 1; Fire Lieutenant, 4; SANFORD, VIRGINIA, Birmingham; B, S., Biology; College Night, 2, 3, 4; Hiking Leader, 2, 3. REID, DREXEL ELIZABETH, Birmingham; A. B., So- ciology; Sociology Club, 1 , 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Sports, 2, 3. RHODES, MARY HELEN, Ruthledge; A. B., Retail Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Retail Club, 1 , 2, 3, Secretary, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Tau Chi, 4; College Night, 2; Honor Roll, 4; Fire Captain, 4; Fire Lieutenant, 1; Sta ' e Methodist Conference, 2. " Sing Those Blues Away! " SEIBERT, FRANCES HOLMAN, Wev ahitchka, Flori- da; A. B., Elementary Education; Y. W. C. A., 3, 4; Publications Board, 4; Association for Childhood Edu- cation, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 3, 4; Pi Tau Chi, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation, 1, Council, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4; Senate, 4; Glee Club Trip, 3; Methodist Student Conference, 2; Sis Major, 3, 4. SESSOMS, MARGARET HANNAH, Andalusia; A. B., English, History; International Relations Club, 4; Kappa Delta Pi, 4; Honor Roll, 4. SIMS, MARTHA INGRAM, Ashland; A. B., English, Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 4; Alabamian, 4; Glee Club, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Future Teachers of America, Vice-President, 4. Page 76 QUARLES, E. RASBERRY, A. RATTRAY, D. J, REID, D. RHODES, H. RICHBURG, J. ROBERTS, S. ROGERS, F. SANFORD, V. SEIBERT, F. SESSOMS, M. H. SIMS, M. ke SEIIOR CLASS SMITH, SARA McQUEEN, Greenville,- B. S., Secre- tarial Science. SPENCE, CHARLOTTE, Athens; A. B., Sociology; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2; Presidents Coun- cil, 4; International Relations Club, 3, President, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, Secretary, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Elite Night, A- Orientation, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 3; Fire Chief, 4; Inter- national Relations Club Conference, 4. STANFIELD, PEGGY SUE, Walnut Grove; B. S., Vocational Home Economics. STEPHENS, KATHLEEN, Gadsden; A. B., Retail Economics; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 2; Recreation As- sociation, Secretary, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Dance Group, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, Business Manager, 3; President, 4; Retail Club, 1, 4, Treasurer, 2, Vice- President, 3; College Night, 1, 2, 3, 4; Orientation, 2; Sports, 2; Glee Club Trips, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ushers Club, 3, 4; President, Freshman Home Economics Club. STOVALL, BETTIE, Anniston; B. S., Dietetics; Senate, 4; Presidents Council, 4; Alabama Players, 4; Dietet- ics Club, 2, 3, President 4; Ivol Spafford Club, 2, 3, 4; College Night, 1, 2, 3, Cabinet, A- Elite Night, A- Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 3. TAYLOR, CAROLYN MARIE, Huntsville; B. S., Sec- retarial Science; Student Government, President, 4; Senate, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3; Presidents Council, 4, Secretary, 3; Vice-President of Class, 2; Treasurer of Class, 3; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 4, Vice-President, 3; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 3, 4, Vice President, 2; Lambda Sigma Pi, 4; Mu Delta Alpha, 1 , 2, 4, Presi- dent, 3; College Night, 2, 4, Cabinet, 3; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Usher, 3. THOMPSON, EMOGENE, Opeliko; B. S., Secre- tarial Science. TYSON, JOYCE O., Butler; A. B., Sociology. WALLACE, ELIZABETH NELL, Decatur; B. S., Secre- tarial Science; Student Government, 2; Senate, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Publications Board, 2; Glee Club, 1 , 2, 3, A- Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha Sigma, 4; Orientation, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Fire Captain, 4. WENTWORTH, HELEN, Shelbyville, Kentucky; B. S., Biology. WESSON, MARY RUTH, Alexander City; B. S., Secretarial Science; Glee Club, 1, 2; International Relations Club, 2; Secretarial Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; M.u Delta Alpha, 3, A- Wesley Foundation, 1, 2; College Night, 1, 2, 3, A- Honor Roll. WILDER, WILLIE MAE, Clonton; A. B., Elementary Education. Caldwell and Harris Play in Tennis Match. WOODS, FRANCES MARION, Montevallo; B. S., Physical Education; Recreation Association, 3, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2; Physical Education Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta, 1, 2, 3, A- College Night, 1, 2, Cabinet, 3, 4; Orientation, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 3. YACKEE, MARJORIE ANN, Gadsden; A. B., Speech; Y. W. C. A., 2; Recreation Association, 3; Secretary of Class, 3; Vice-President of Class, 4; Glee Club, 2; Secretarial Club, 1; Sociology Club, 2; Speech Chorus, 3, 4; National Collegiate Players, 4; Pi Kap- pa Delta, 3, Secretary, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 3; College Night, 4; Elite Night, 4; Orientation, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Debate Squad Trip to Mobile, 3; Theatre Council, 3, 4. ZELVELDER, EVE, Paris, France; A. B., Spanish. Poge 78 SMITH, S. SPENCE, C. STANFIELD, P. STEPHENS, K. STOVALL, B. TAYLOR, C. THOMPSON, E. TYSON, J. O. WALLACE, N. WENTWORTH, H. WESSON, M. WILDER, W. M. WOODS, F. M. YACKEE, M. ZELVELDER, E. ke J II 1 1 RC I U S OFFICERS MONTEZ COOLEY President CAROLYN BAKER Vice-President VILLA BENTLEY Secretary ANN GAINES Treasurer Heavy over Hanson Hall hung the huge cloud of impending doom— Crook Week, and throughout the year 120 Juniors thought of nothing else. Well, maybe a few thoughts v ere given to the extremely successful Junior Play, Joan of Lorraine, to the idea of taking up residence in the library on account of Political Science, and to the Junior Prom in February. By the time Crook Week came, they had almost achieved the long-awaited title of Seniors. After Crook Week, life took on a rosier hue, and the Juniors were eager for " next year " because then they would be " The Seniors. " ,._n» W 11 ' M : . is iLi = ' t ' W HANSON DORMITORY OFFICERS . . . Left to Right: COOLEY, BENTLEY, BAKER, GAINES. ADAMS, J. ANDREWS, B. BAKER, C. BARNES, A. BEASLEY, T. BEDFORD, A. BENTLEY, V. BLUTSTEIN, C. BOSDELL, B. BRANTLEY, V. BRELAND, D. BRYANT, B. BUTLER, J. CARR, S. CARTER, N. CASTRO, J. CASTRO, M. CAUSEY, J. CHILDRESS, M. CHISM, D. CHRISTIANSEN, C. CLEMENTS, R. CLINE, M. COOLEY, M. COPLIN, E. CRAFT, M. DALE, M. DAUGHTRY, M. DeVAUGHN, E. DINKINS, A. 7 JUIIOR CI US ADAMS, JEAN Atlanta, Ga. Liberal Arts ANDREWS, BARBARA L. , . College Park, Ga. Art BAKER, CAROLYN Selma Medical Technology BARNES, ANNETTE Butler Medical Technology BEASLEY, TWYNETTE Andalusia Secretarial Science BEDFORD, AUDREY BENTLEY, VILLA BLUTSTEIN, CAROLINE BOSDELL, BETTY BRANTLEY, VONCEIL Biology Biology English English Biology BRELAND, DOTTIE Home Economics BRYANT, BEVERLY BUTLER, JESSIE Home Economics CARR, SARA NELL CARTER, NELL History Retail Economics Speech Cordo Columbiana New York Mobile Evergreen Mobile Birmingham Columbiana Geneva Florala CASTRO, JULIA Bogota, Columbia Social Science CASTRO, MARIA ... Bogota, Columbia Dietetics CAUSEY, JEANELL Fayette Home Economics Page 83 CHILDRESS, MARIE CHISM, DORIS . Art Music Colera Montevallo CHRISTIANSEN, CHRISTINA , . Home Economics CLEMENTS, RUTH . . . Sociology CLINE, MARY LEE Physical Education COOLEY, MONTEZ Sociology COPLIN, ELAINE Chemistry Clanton Talladega Helena Dothan Lanett CRAFT, MARTHA Biology DALE, MARY ALICE ... Biology DAUGHTRY, MARY LOU Home Economics DEVAUGHN, ELOISE . . , Sociology DINKINS, ANNE . . Sociology Lineville . Oak Hill Hartford Lineville Montgomery French Student at A. C. L DIXON, E. DIXON, R. DUNN, R. EDDINS, B. ELLIS, E. ENGLAND, E. ENGLISH, N. EVANS, D. FINDLAY, M. GAINES, E. GIBSON, T. GILBERT, I. GOLIGHTLY, A. GOLSON, M. GOODE, G. GRAHAM, N. GRANT, L. GREEN, M. HALE, K. HARDEE, E. HAWKINS, D. HAYNES, L. HEFLIN, B. HILBUN, E. HOLLIDAY, A. HYATT, A. INGRAM, B. JENKINS, B. JERNIGAN, L. JOHNSON, J. Ike jyiOR CLASS DIXON, EDITH Dixon Mills Vocational Home Economics DIXON, REBECCA Hotchechublu Institutional Economics DUNN, RINA LOU Holeyviile Organ EDDINS, BETTY JOYCE . , Birmingham Piano ELLIS, EUGENIA Belleville History ENGLAND, ELIZABETH Marion Sociology ENGLISH, NINA Elba Speech ' EVANS, DORIS RAE . Santurce, Puerto Rico Voice FINDLAY, MARGARET Birmingham Speech ANN GAINES Birmingham Sociology GIBSON, TOM.MIE LOU .... Birmingham Retail Home Economics GILBERT, IVADINE Portersville Home Economics GOLIGHTLY, AUDREY Anniston Medical Technology GOLSON, MARY FRANCES .... Prattville Physical Education GOODE, GLORIA Gadsden M.edical Technology GRAHAM, NELLIE Coden Physical Education GRANT, LOUISE Verbena English GREEN, MARGARET .... Birmingham Home Economics Page 85 HALE, KATHARINE . . . English HARDEE, EARLEEN Institutional Economics Pine Apple Evergreen HAWKINS, DIXIE Gastonia, N. C. Sociology HAYNES, LENDA ANN Woodland Liberal Arts HEFLIN, BETTY Danville Institutional Economics HILBUN, ETHEL Birmingham Retail Economics HOLLIDAY, ANITA JO . . . Childersburg Art HYATT, ALICE ALDORA Grady Music INGRAM, BARBARA Birmingham Retail Economics JENKINS, BETTY Gadsden Speech JERNEGAN, LENORA Ozark Music JOHNSON, JEAN Montevallo Home Economics Geography Students Study Maps. JONES, E. JONES, H. JORDAN, J. KAEGI, E. KELLY, F. KENNEDY, M. KILLINGSWORTH, H. KIRKLEY, C. KNIGHT, M. KNOTTS, L. KOHEN, A. KORNEGAY, H. LYDA, M. McCALL, A. McCONNELL, A. McCULLEY, Z. MABRY, J. MANNING, C. MAY, M. MITCHELL, M. MOORE, R. MORGAN, M. MURPHY, L. NOLEN, C. NORRED, J. NORTON, J. O ' GWYNN, M. PALMER, M. PATTERSON, M. PATTON, A. 7 JOIOR diss JONES, EDNA RUTH Georgiano MAY, MACIE Foley Vocational Home Economic; Secretarial Science JONES, HARRIET Montgomery MITCHELL, MARY RUTH Cullman Art Sociology JORDAN, JEAN CLAIRE .... Thomasville Secretarial Science KAEGI, ELIZABETH Anniston Art KELLY, FRANCES Selmo Chemistry — Mathematics M,OORE, RUBY de JERNETT . . . Centre History MDRGAN, MARILLA Birmingham Physical Education MURPHY, LENORA RUTH . . . Centreville Biology KENNEDY, MILDRED . Oak Hill NOLEN, CATHERINE . . Anniston Sociology Sociology KILLINGSWORTH, HAZEL . Flomaton NORRED, JULIET Pine Apple Home Economics Sociology KIRKLEY, CLIFFORTINE . Underwood Elementary Education KNIGHT, MARGARET . Birmingham Home Economics KNOTTS, LUCILLE Georgiano English NORTON, JACQUELYN . . Silos Biology O ' GWYNN, MARGARET . . Evergreen Mathematics PALMER, MARY ALICE . . . . Mobile Sociology KOHEN, ANN Mobile PATTERSON, MARGARET . . . Pinson .: English Home Economics KORNEGAY, HENRIELLA .... Birmingham PATTON, AVALINE Bessemer History Home Economics LYDA, MARY Frisco City Music — Piano McCALL, ALICE Opelika Field House Frolic. Languages — -I „. , ..ffi t — -11 i ' McCONNELL, ANNE . Trofford IF MI il RHi Hlj Physical Education ■K i F pr MHpriHi McCULLEY, ZENOBA Montevallo Secretarial Science MABRY, JOYCE BAKER Montevallo English — A. B. Secondary MANNING, CATHERINE .... Huntsville Physical Education Page 87 PATTON, J. PAULK, J. PENDERGRASS, P. PHILLIPS, J. POWELL, K. RENTZ, M. RICHARDSON, N. ROBINSON, C. ROWE, B. RUIZ, M. RUSSELL, N. SAVAGE, J. SHACKELFORD, G. SHEFFIELD, E. SMITH, H. SPINDLER, L, SPINKS, M. STEPHENS, B. STEPHENS, S. TERRY, B. THOMPSON, C. TODD, L. TRUE, L. TURNER, S. WHITWORTH, R. WILDER, S. WILSON, B. WOOD, H. WYNN, M. YATES, F. YOUNG, M. U JllIIOR CI US PATTON, JANIS Birmingham Liberal Arts PAULK, JANE Union Springs Secretarial Science PENDERGRASS, PRICE Fort Payne Art — Spanish PHILLIPS, JOANNE Troy Liberal Arts POWELL, KATHRYN Fairfax Medical Technology RENTZ, MARY Retail Economics RICHARDSON, NINA . . . Elementary ROBINSON, CHESTINE Sociology ROWE, BOBBY Liberal Arts RUIZ, MABEL Gilbertown Notasulga Range Montgomery Puerto Rico English RUSSELL, NAN . . SAVAGE, JOYCE Speech SHACKELFORD, GEORGIA Liberal Arts SHEFFIELD, ELSIE Home Economics SMITH, HOWARD NELL History Rossville, Go. Birmingham Hogansville, Ga. Coy M.aplesville SPINDLER, LILLIAN ... Spotswood, N. J. A. B. Secondary SPINKS, MADGE . . Thomasville Mathematics STEPHENS, BETSY BAIN Bessemer Music Page 89 STEPHENS, SALLY Prattville Music TERRY, BEAUFORD Childersburg Home Economics THOMPSON, CLARE ... Jacksonville, Fla. Medical Technology TODD, LOUISE Courtland Physical Education TRUE, LIDE Detroit, Mich. Mathematics TURNER, SARA Andalusia Physical Education WHITWORTH, RAYCEIL .... Decatur Home Economics WILDER, SARA Andalusia Sociology WILSON, BETTY LOU Camden Mathematics WOOD, HELEN ... Andalusia Sociology WYNN, MARY FRANCES . . Dothan Home Economics YATES, FRANCES Woodland History YOUNG, MARGARET LEE Moulton Vocoiionol Home Economics Tops in Intramural Discussions. 7 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS GLADYS RANKIN President DOROTHY WESLEY Vice-President TOMMIE MOODY Secretary NORMA BRUCE Treasurer Now that their Freshman year is safely behind them i ' 1, the class of 1950 is breathing sighs, " Ah, this is the life— being a Soph! " Well, we must say that these sagacious, sesquiped alien, saltant, scholarly, sensational sophomores certainly do give the impression of being " glad to be here " with their friendly and enthusiastic greetings ' cross campus. This class of ambitious souls is much too large for Ramsey Dormitory, so they are living in both Main and Ramsey (or dividing their time equally between the two!; In their Freshman year, the class of 1960 was associated with such words as energetic, ambitious, and good-looking, and the way things look now, ' pears as how these girls intend to carry their good names right on through to their senior year. Saludas Sophomores! ' RAMSEY DORMITORY |] L U S OFFICERS Left to Right: MOODY, WESLEY, RANKIN, BRUCE. %e SOPHOMORE CliSS ALBREAST, ELIZABETH .... . Castleberry BERRY, FRANCES Fairfield History Art ANDERSON, THELMA VIRGINIA . Chatom BERTAGNOLLI, KATHLEEN . . Daphne Vocational Home Economics Biology BOMAN, BETTY GRACE . ARMBRESTER, ELEANOR . . . Renfroe Gadsden Home Economics Liberal Arts ARMSTRONG, RUGH . . Calera BRANTLEY, JULIETTE ... Excel Retail Economics Home Economics AWBREY, DORIS Leesburg BREWER, ALICE . . Madison History Liberal Arts BAKER, BILLIE FRANCES Horpersville ■ Secretarial Science BAGLEY, CHARLOTTE Anniston BROOKS, VIRGINIA LEE . . . Sandy Ridge Secretarial Science Physical Education BAKER, MYRTLE Verbena BROWN, TULA ANN . Birmingham Home Economics Home Economics BARKER, MILLIE . . . . Marion BROWNLEE, SARA BETH . . . Columbus, Ga. Home Economics Sociology BARNES, HORTENSE Shorterville BRUCE, NORMA Birmingham Mathematics Physical Education BUMPERS, BETTY GENE . Cartelyou Secretarial Science BARNETT, JAN ... . Talladega Music BARRETT, DOROTHY . . Evergreen Home Economics BAUGHN, MARY MADELEINE Ronburne BURNS, MARY E Mobile Home Economics Liberal Arts BEAIRD, MARGARET . . La Grange, Ga. BUTLER, CORINNE . . New Hope Sociology Sociology BEAULIEU, FRANCIS R. Barre, Vermont BUTLER, LUCILE . . . Greenville Pre Med. Liberal Arts BUTTRAM, KAY Piedmont Physical Education CALDWELL, BETTY . . Samson Faculty Party at the President ' s. Home Economics CALDWELL, SHIRLEY Selma Sociology CAMPBELL, LOIS . . . Andalusia Home Economics CANNON, JEAN Tallassee Retail Home Economics CARPENTER, CAROLINE JANE Winfield Home Economics CARR, LANDAL Cullman Secretarial Science Page 92 ALBREAST, E. ANDERSON, T. V. ARMBRESTER, E. ARMSTRONG, R. AWBREY, D. BAKER, B. F. BAGLEY, C. BAKER, M. BARKER, M. BARNES, H. BARNETT, J. BARRETT, D. BAUGHN, M. M. BEAIRD, M. BEAULIEU, F. R. BERRY, F. BERTAGNOLLI, K. BOMAN, B. G. BRANTLEY, J. BREWER, A. BROOKS, V. L. BROWN, T. A. BROWNLEE, S. B. BRUCE, N. BUMPERS, B. G. BURNS, M. E. BUTLER, C. BUTLER, L. BUTTRAM, K. CALDWELL, B. CALDWELL, S. CAMPBELL, L. CANNON, J. CARPENTER, C. J. CARR, L. Vke SOPHOMORE UlASS CASH, LENELLE Birmingham Secretarial Science CASSELS, JULIUS VERNON , , Birmingham Pre Medical CHANDLER, THELMA Silverhill Secretarial Science CHANDLER, VIRGINIA . Birmingham Physical Education CHEAPE, JUDY Greensboro Retail Economics CHRISTOPHER, EDWARD A. . . . . Gadsden Liberal Arts CLEMENTS, JOYCE , . , Birmingham Art CLENNEY, ROBBIE K. ... Abbeville Sociology COCHRAN, ANITA . . Hurtsboro Sociology, Psychology COHRON, JOYCE ... M.obile History COOLEY, DANA Bessemer Music COPE, JULIETTE ... Inverness Physical Education CRAWFORD, SUE ELLEN Marion Home Economics CREEL, ALICE Sylocauga Speech CULLI, LURA ALONA Gadsden Secretarial Science Down the Receiving Line. DANIEL, SUE . . . ... . . Centre Secretarial Science DANIELS, SARA ALICE , , , . Montgomery Home Economics DAVIS, FRANCES . . . Panama City, Fla. Secretarial Science DAWSON, GLORIA Montgomery Secretarial Science DEAN, DOROTHY D Alexandria, Va. Biology DEASON, MABLE Prattville Retail Economics DEES, MARY ALICE Repton Secretarial Science DELISO, MARY J. Long Island, N. Y. Liberal Arts DICKSON, MARY LOUISE , Huntsville Secretarial Science DISMUKES, GWENDOLYN Prichard Secretarial Science DIVECCHIA, BOBBIE . Silver Springs, Md. Physical Education DUNN, ELIZABETH Pine Hill Physical Education EASTER, DAREN H. Birmingham Pre Dental ECHOLS, TRUE Mobile Elementary Education ELLENBURG, MARY SUE Gontt M.athematics ELM.ORE, ANNIE SUE . , Elba Vocational Home Economics FINCHER, MEREDITH . . Lanett Physical Education FLOYD, JOYCE Andalusia Sociology FORCE, BERYL Irvington, N. J. Speech FORD, JOANNA Sylacaugo Home Economics Page 94 CASH, L. CASSELS, J. V. CHANDLER, T. CHANDLER, V. CHEAPE, J. CHRISTOPHER, E. A. CLEMENTS, J. CLENNEY, R, K. COCHRAN, A. COHRON, J. COOLEY, D. COPE, J. CRAWFORD, S. E. CREEL, A. CULLI, L. A. DANIEL, S. DANIELS, S. A, DAVIS, F. DAWSON, G. DEAN, D. D. DEASON, M. DEES, M. A. DeLISO, M. J. DICKSON, M. L. DISMUKES, G. DiVECCHIA, B. DUNN, E. EASTER, D. H. ECHOLS, T. ELLENBURG, M. S. ELMORE, A. S. FINCHER, M. FLOYD, J. FORCE, B. FORD, J. 7 SOPHOMORE CLASS FOSHEE, JAMES K Clanton Industrial Aylanagement FRANKLIN, MADGE Troy Art FRENCH, DOROTHY Anniston Speech FURR, BILLIE JOYCE Prichard Sociology GARDIEN, BARBARA Birmingham Art GARNER, ANN Oak Ridge, Tenn. Art GASTON, BETTYE JO Mobile Sociology GATES, MARTHA BYRD Huntsville Physical Education GIDDENS, DOROTHY Andalusia Secretarial Science GIRSHON, PHYLLIS D Newark, N. J. Liberal Arts GISSENDANNER, SARAH .... Dothan Sociology GOLDSTEIN, YETTA English, History GORE, BETTY JEAN Lincoln Clanton Home Economics GREEN, SYLVIA CARLISLE Elementary Education GREER, BETTYE JOYCE ... Sociology Decatur . Sheffield Chairmen of Soohomore Hop. GRIFFIN, MILDRED Marion Secretarial Science GRINDLE, RUTH Sordis Physical Education HAMER, JEANETTE Demopolis Music HAMILTON, MARIETTA ... Clanton Biology HANCOCK, JUNE Grady Speech HARDWICK, RUTH Hartselle Biology HARDY, ROSEM.ARY Birmingham Pre Dentistry HAPLESS, MARY JANE Huntsville Art HARPER, JEAN . . Birmingham Music HARRIS, MARY CHILES . . " . . . Elmore Sociology HARRIS, MARY JO Birmingham Childhood Education HAYES, MARGARET Birmingham Home Economics HOLCOMB, EDITH .... Mobile Biology HOLCOMBE, ZEMM.A P Calera Liberal Arts HOLMQUIST, M.ARY LOUISE . . . Birmingham Spanish HOOPER, DORIS ..... Biology HUGER, ELIZA ALWERA . , ■. Chemistry HURST, M.OZELLE . . Home Economics HURSTON, MARTHA LOUISE . , Medical Technician INGRAM, HOWARD , . Pharmacy Page ' S e 1 m a Anniston Gadsden Sylacauga Birmingham FOSHEE, J. K. FRANKLIN, M. FRENCH, D. FURR, G. J. GARDIEN, B. GARNER, A. GASTON, B. J. GATES, M. B. GIDDENS, D. GIRSHON, P. D. GISSENDANNER, S. GOLDSTEIN, Y. GORE, B. J. GREEN, J. C. GREER, B. J. GRIFFIN, M. GRINDLE, R. HAMER, J. HAMILTON, M. HANCOCK, J. HARDWICK, R. HARDY, R. HARLESS, M. J. HARPER, J. HARRIS, M. C. HARRIS, M. J. HAYES, M. HOLCOMB, E. HOLCOMBE, Z. P. HOLMQUIST, M. L. HOOPER, D. HUGER, E. A. HURST, M. HURSTON, M. L. INGRAM, H. Vke SOPHOMORE CUSS IVEY, OPAL Range Secretarial Science JAMES, ANN Gadsden Secretarial Science JETTON, MILDRED Cullman Sociology JONES, DOROTHY FRANCES . . Thorsby Music JOHNSON, ALENE Clanton Physical Education JOHNSON, BERNIECE . . . Fairfield Secretarial Science JOHNSON, ELLA MAE . Clanton Biology JOHNSON, HELEN . . . Calera Retail Economics JOHNSON, MARY CECIL , . . Hartselle Physical Education JORDAN, DAISY MAE Millry Sociology JOYAL, ROLAND Barre, Vermont Industrial Engineering KELLEY, DORIS . . Montevailo Physical Education KENEIPP, JOANNE Mt. Cormel, III. Sociology KENNEDY, IRVING, JR Clanton Dentistry KENNERLY, MARGARET . Montevailo Liberal Arts " That ' s the Place; Right There. " KING, SARAH . Columbiana M.edical Technology KIRK, HAZEL Greensboro Vocational Home Economics KNOX, BETTY Luverne Sociology LACEY, AGNES Maylene LAKEMAN, GRACE Haleyville Biology LANIER, HELEN Birmingham Home Economics LEMMON, MARIE CAROLYN , . Tuscaloosa Music LIGHTSEY, SARA NELL ... Centreville Home Economics LINDLEY, FLOY MARIE , Chickasaw Home Economics LUCAS, HOWARD . . , M.onfevollo Business Administration LYNCH, BETTY MAE M.ontgomery Secretarial Science LYNCH, EILEEN Millburn, N. J. Liberal Arts McCARY, BETH Birmingham Secretarial Science McCOLLOUGH, JACQUELYN . . Alexander City Physical Education M.cLAIN, GLEEN Calera Chemistry McPHERSON, MARGARET . . . Whistler English McSWEEN, MAXINE .... Mobile Biology McWHORTER, MARTHA . . . . Fort Payne Retail Economics MACKIE, HELEN Fairfield Biology MADDUX, BETTY Gadsden Secretarial Science Poge 98 IVEY, O. JAMES, A. JETTON, M. JONES, D. F. JOHNSON, A. JOHNSON, B. JOHNSON, E. M. JOHNSON, H. JOHNSON, M. C. JORDAN, D. M. JOYAL, R. KELLEY, D. KENEIPP, J. KENNEDY, I. KENNERLY, M. KING, S. KIRK, H. KNOX, B. LACEY, A. LAKEMAN, G. LANIER, H. LEMMON, M. C. LIGHTSEY, S. N. LINDLEY, F. M. LUCAS, H. LYNCH, B. M. LYNCH, E. McCARY, B. McCOLLOUGH, J. McLAIN, G. Mcpherson, m. McSWEEN, M. McWHORTER, M. MACKIE, H. MADDUX, B. ke SOPHOMORE |]L1SS MAJORS, JOYCE McKenzie PARKER, ROY V Birmingham Sociology Liberal Arts MENDENHALL, DOROTHY . . . . Magnolia PARSONS, ELIZABETH . . . Talladega Institutional Home Economics Elementary Education METCALF, WILLIE DELL ... Slocomb PATTERSON, CHARLES H. . . Clanton Secretarial Science Engineering MILLER, CHARLOTTE . Gadsden PAULY, EUGENE . . Montevallo Art Pre Dentistry MILTON, ELIZABETH , . Birmingham PEACOCK, DOROTHY . . . Birmingham Physical Education Physical Education MIMS, ANNIE RUTH Headland Education MIMS, MELBA Clanton PENDLETON, BETTY JEAN . . . . Montevallo Home Economics Biology MIMS, .SARA Clanton PHILLIPS, BETTY McKenzie Home Economics Sociology MONTZ, ELOISE . Akron PHILLIPS, MARGARET . , . Esom Hill, Go. Home Economics Chemistry MOODY, TOMMIE Sylacauga PICKETT, JACQUELINE JEAN Monroeville Physical Education Music PIERSON, PEGGY ANNE . . . Nashville, Tenn. Liberal Arts MURPHY, JEAN CAROLYN .... Thomoston Sociology NAZARETIAN, ANGELINE . . . Fairfield Physical Education NELSON, DORIS Tarrant PINNELL, MARION . . . ' . . Camp Hill Retail Home Economics Music NEWTON, EILEEN Birmingham PITTS, DORA ELLEN ... Birmingham Music Home Economics O ' GWIN, LUCY Nauvoo PLASTER, JAMES JORDAN . . Autaugaville Elementary Education Pharmacy ni n TX 1 CI A A c 1 " Do You Know How To Play Rabbit? " PLOTT, LELA MAE Verbena Sociology POST, JO ANN Hamilton, Ohio Education PRICE, DILLA Esom Hill, Ga. Home Economics RAINER, MARTY Elba Art RAINS, BARBARA .... Fort Payne Liberal Arts REEVE, JOY Washington, D. C. Secretarial Science RHODES, BARBARA Mobile Secretarial Science Page 100 MAJORS, J. MENDENHAIL, D. METCALF, W. D. MILLER, C. MILTON, E. MIMS, A. R. MIMS, M. MIMS, S. MONTZ, E. MOODY, T. MURPHY, J. C. NAZARETIAN, A. NELSON, D. NEWTON, E. O ' GWIN, L. PARKER, R. V. PARSONS, E. PATTERSON, C. H. PAULY, E. PEACOCK, D. PENDLETON, B. J. PHILLIPS, B. PHILLIPS, M. PICKETT, J. J. PIERSON, P. A. PINNELL, M. PITTS, D. E. PLASTER, J. J. PLOTT, L. M. POST, J. O. PRICE, D. RAINER, M. RAINS, B. REEVE, J. RHODES, B. ke SOPHOMORE CliSS RIETHA AIER, ELOISE Decatur Secretarial Science ROBERTSON, FRANCES , Comer Home Economics, Vocational ROBINSON, MARY LOUISE ... Clonton Home Economics RODGERS, BERNICE Selma Home Economics RODGERS, REBECCA ANN ... Foley Elementary Education ROGERS, ELOISE Winfield Secretarial Science SCHVIDT, EVELYN Birmingham Secretarial Science SCREWS, BETTY LOUISE Opelika Music SEABURY, BETTY VIRGINIA Mobile Mathematics SELLERS, TOMMYE JEAN . Letohatchee Home Economics Mobile Birmingham SEIBERT, LILLIAN Sociology SHARP, JEAN , . Home Economics SHELBACK, JO . Rhinelander, Wis. Art SHELLEY, ALLYSON Headland Home Economics SHELTON, SHELLA ... Birmingham Dietetics " May the Best Team Win. " SHOTTS, EDRAL JEAN . . . " . " . Hamilton Retail Home Economics SIMS, ALLIE RUTH Excel Physical Education SMITH, IDA CATHERINE Aliceville Vocational Home Economics SMITH, MAZIE JEAN Atmore Art SPEER, CHARLES Clonton Pharmacy SPELLER, SARAH Andalusia Secretarial Science STALLV ORTH, LEE ... Evergreen Liberal Arts STANFORD, IRENE Pine Apple Elementary Education STEWART, CAROLYN ... Wilsonville Home Economics STINSON, NELLE Pine Apple History STONE, RUBY ... ' ... Lexington English STROCK, MARY EVELYN Attalla Medical Technology STROZIER, JERRY Birmingham Retail Economics SUMRALL, MARY LOUISE Mobile Liberal Arts TABOLIN, ANNA Brooklyn, N. Y. Biology TAYLOR, BETTY WRIGHT Mobile Sociology THOMAS, BETTY ELLEN Section Secretarial Science THOMAS, MARY ALMA Pope Institutional Home Economics TRIONE, RACHEL JULIA Daphne Liberal Arts TURNER, KATHERINE Rome, Go. Music Page 102 RIETHMAIER, E. ROBERTSON, F. ROBINSON, M. L. RODGERS, B. RODGERS, R. A. ROGERS, E. SCHMIDT, E. SCREWS, B. L. SEABURY, B. V. SELLERS, T. J. SEIBERT, L. SHARP, J. SHELBACK, J. SHELLEY, A. SHELTON, S. SKOTTS, E, J. SIMS, A. R. SMITH, I. C. SMITH, M. J. SPEER, C. SPELLER, S. STALLWORTH, L. STANFORD, I. STEWART, C, STINSON, N. STONE, R. STROCK, M. E. STROZIER, J. SUMRALL, M. L. TABOLIN, A. TAYLOR, B. W. THOMAS, B. E. THOMAS, M. A. TRIONE, R. J. TURNER, K. 7 e SOPHOMORE fliSS VINES, DORIS Birmingham Home Economics WILLIFORD, MARJORY . -, . . Montgomery Spanish WARD, JEAN Uriah WILSON, ANN KEITH Fairfield Secretarial Science liology WARREN, JUANITA Costleberry WOOD, JIMMIE . Columbia Home Economics Art WEITZNER, DORIS , , . . Bronx, N. Y. Art WESLEY, DOROTHY DEANE . Anniston Sociology WHALEY, SARAH ANN . . Troy Music WOOTEN, MILDRED Montevollo Speech WRIGHT, BETTY LEE . . . Weatherford, Texas Physical Education WYNN, ELIZABETH Gadsden Secretarial Science WHITEHEAD, COLLIER, JR Gadsden Sociology WIGINTON, BETTY Gordo Home Economics WILLIAMSON, DORIS . . . Mathematics " Two Well-Sharpened Pencils! " Chilsea YANCEY, REBECCA Red Bay Biology YATES, WILLENE Birmingham Elementary Education YEATES, LOUISE Bessemer Elementary Education YOUNG, BETTY JANE . . . . Secretarial Science Morris ZEIGLER, DONALD E Fayetteville Art Page 104 VINES, D. WARD, J. WARREN, J. WEITZNER, D. WESLEY, D. D. WHALEY, S. A. WHITEHEAD, C. WIGINTON, B. WILLIAMSON, D. WILLIFORD, M. WILSON, A. K. WOOD, J. WOOTEN, M. WRIGHT, B. L. WYNN, E. YANCEY, R. YATES, W. YEATES, L. YOUNG, B. J. ZEIGLER, D. Ike FRESHMAI CUSS On that fateful Sunday in September tfie class of 1951, the freshman class, thronged onto the campus. Soon they were rushed into a whirlwind of tests, seemingly endless lines, and equally endless number of convocations and assemblies, and entertainment of all kinds. In the ensuing weeks the upperclassmen sot back to see what this class had in the way of talent and initiative. The Freshmen soon set the pace by making all preparations for the annual Hallowe ' en Party, which showed they hod originality and ability. Next they presented a hilarious play, " The Em- peror ' s New Clothes, " and proved their dramatic ability. After they had survived their first semester e.xams came that month of working, waiting, and hoping which goes into the making of College Night. The Freshmen were quick to catch the spirit and used an unprecedented amount of purple and gold crepe paper to " show their colors. " They were quick to pitch in and learn the intricacies of making costumes, the hard work involved in staging, and the important feel- ing lugging cables and spotlights for the lighting crew. Then came spring elections and the Freshmen, now wise to the ways of the world and Alabama College, woke up to the fact that soon they would be sophomores and could look forward to telling next year ' s Freshman class about College Night, Exam Week, and the strawberries the Freshmen have to pick. , • ■ . MAIN DORMITORY. FRESHMII l]OIIMISSIO» Left to Right: CLEVELAND, DEASON, REINKE, PETER, ALEXANDER, HODGES; Seated Center: NICHOLAS. FRESHMAN COMMISSION PAT ALEXANDER BETTY NICHOLAS BETTY HODGES CAROL CLEVELAND Abercrombie, M. Addington, C. Albritton, B. Alexander, Allen, M. Allums, D. P. Apperson, B. Arnold, C. Atkins, J. Baker, E. Baker, M. Bolding, R. Ballard, J. Bankester, R. Barfield, J. Barganier, A. Barnes, R. Batlles, D. Barton, E. Baumgortner, Bishop, R. Black, W. Blair, B. Blizzard, M. Bonds, E. Bone, A. Boswell, R. Brantley, H. Brown, A. Brown, E. Brown, H. Browning, D. Brio, R. Burgess, R. Burton, C. Byrd, M. Coin, A. Connon, J. Canterbury, M. Chapman, J. Chestnut, A. Clark, B. Clark, J. Clayton, M. demons, D. Cleveland, C. Cobb, J. Cochran, B. Vk FRESHMII flASS ABERCROMBIE, MARY SNOW . Birmingham Retail Economics ADDINGTON, CAROLYN Tarrant Retail Economics ALBRITTON, BETTYE Camden Education ALEXANDER, PATRICIA ... Birmingham Speech ALLEN, MARY ERVIN Demopolis Secretarial Science ALLUMS, DOROTHY Dora Retail Economics APPERSON, BARBARA .... Mayfield, Ky. Liberal Arts ARNOLD, CATHERINE Seneca, S. C. Speech ATKINS, JANE Birmingham Home Economics BAKER, EUGENIA Huntsville Secretarial Science BAKER, MARGARET Safford Home Economics BOLDING, RAMONA . . Maplesville Retail Economics BALLARD, JANINA Detroit Music BANKESTER, RUTH Robertsdale Music BARFIELD, JOYCE Opelika Biology BARGANIER, ADDIE LAURIE Opp Piano BARNES, ROSE MARIE Mobile Biology BATTLES, DOVIE , . . Spring Garden Vocational Economics BARTON, ELIZABETH ELLEN . . , Birmingham Home Economics BAUMGARTNER, DOROTHY . . . Montevallo Art BISHOP, RUTH Selma Liberal Arts BLACK, WINIFRED Montevallo Music BLAIR, BETTY . . Piedmont Liberal Arts BLIZZARD, MARTHA . . . .■ •. . Decatur Biology BONDS, ELEANOR ... Anniston Secretarial Science EONE, ANNE Columbus, Ga. Secretarial Science EOSWELL, RUTH Verbena Histcy BRANTLEY, HATTIE LOU Evergreen Secetarial Science BROWN, ANNETTE Flomafon Secretarial Science BROWN, ELEANOR Hartford, Conn. Liberal Arts BROWN, HALLIE .... Jasper Liberal Arts BROWNING, DOROTHY ... Anniston Secretarial Science BRIA, ROSINA Cullman M.othematics BURGESS, RALPHNA Wetumpka Art BURTON, CLEO Canoe Secretarial Science BYRD, MARGARET Prichard Music CAIN, ANN Mobile Liberal Arts CANNON, JEANINE Dozier Liberal Arts CANTERBURY, MILDRED Huntsville History, Biology CHAPMAN, JO Grove Hill Secretarial Science CHESTNUT, ANN Silas Secretarial Science CLARK, BEATRICE Molene Liberal Arts CLARK, JOAN Andalusia Liberal Arts CLAYTON, MARGARET Collinsville Home Economics CLEMONS, DORIS Cullman Home Economics CLEVELAND, CAROL Lowley Physical Education COBB, JOAN Grove Hill Liberal Arts COCHRAN, BETTY JO Collinsville Secretarial Science The Presidential Swing. Cooley, J. Cooley, M. Cooper, S. Cox, S. Craig, G. r Crawford, R. Crow, B. Davis, A. Davis, C. Dees, C . Dillard, L. Dismukes, A. Donald, L. Dorrah, J. Dougherty, J. Doyle, S. Durand, H. Edwards, R. Edwards, V. Elkins, B, Ellis, A. Embry, J. Estes, M. Eurick, M. Falls, A. Farlow, J. Fillingin, W. Filch, D. Fomby, H. Foster, J. Frego, R. Frost, D. Gamble, C. Gowronski, A. Gibson, R. Glass, J. Gilmer, Y. Gramling, A. Gregory, J. Griffin, B. Hale, B. Haley, B. Hamilton, H. Here, T. Harris, L. Hassler, C. Hasson, M. Hasty, B. ke FRESHMAr |]IASS COOLEY, JACKIE Dothan Liberal Arts COOLEY, MARY JEAN Empire Home Economics COOPER, SHELAH . ... Thomaston Liberal Arts COX, SUE Deatsville Physical Education CRAIG, GERALDINE Deca ' ur Home Economics CRAWFORD, REBECCA Portland Home Economics CROW, BETTY Anniston Art DAVIS, ANN Birmingham Retail Economics DAVIS, CATHRYN Gorges Home Economics DEES, CAROLYN Grand Bay Liberal Arts DILLARD, LAURA Ozark Home Economics DISMUKES, ANN ELIZABETH .... Prichard Music DONALD, LYDA GAY Selma Biology DORRAH, JANE Dothan Physical Education DOUGHERTY, JOYCE Athens Vocational Economics DOYLE, SARA JEAN Thomasville Sociology DURAND, HILDA Puerto Rico Home Economics EDWARDS, ROBERT Calera Chemistry EDWARDS, VIOLET MARIE . . . Burlington, Ky. Music ELKINS, BETTY ANNE Moulton Home Economics ELLIS, ALICE Castleberry Secretarial Science EMBRY, JEAN Birmingham Art ESTES, MARY Jasper Biology EURICK, MARY KATHERINE . . Greensboro Liberal Arts FALLS, ANNIE LAURA Gainesville Liberal Arts FARLOW, JOYCE Montevallo Liberal Arts FILLINGIN, WINIFRED .... Tuskegee Physical Education FILCH, DOROTHY Grand Bay Liberal Arts FOMBY, HELEN Goodwater Physical Education FOSTER, JOSEPHINE . Windsor, Vermont English FREGO, RENA LOUISE Fairhope Retail Economics FROST, DORA GRACE Calera Home Economics GAMBLE, CLARA L. . . Bessemer Physical Education CAWRONSKI, ANNETTE Buffalo, N. Y. Liberal Arts GIBSON, REBECCA Jacksboro Home Economics GLASS, JEANINE . Alexander City Liberal Arts GILMER, YVONNE Red Bay Home Economics GRA.MLING, ANNE ... Gadsden Liberal Arts GREGORY, JO . Birmingham Physical Education GRIFFIN, BETTYE Newville Sociology HALE, BETTY Pme Apple Elementary Education HALEY, BETTY Haleyville Social Sciences HAMILTON, HELEN . . Hamilton Retail Economics HARE, THERESA ANN Sylacauga Music HARRIS, LIZETTE Morbury Secretarial Science HASSLER, CAROLYN Birmingham Liberal Arts HASSON, MIRIAM Camden Retail Economics HASTY, BETTY JO Linden Liberal Arts " I Love Coffee When I ' m Concentrating. " Hawkins, H. Heptinstall, B. Hicks, M. D. Hines, A, Hodges, B. Hollomoss, M. J. Ho!sombeck, M. Horn, A. Home, M. L. Housen, B. Houston, B. Hulme, E. G. Hunter, B. Hutson, V. Ikermon, D. Ingram, J. Israel, E. W. Jocks, C. Jemison, M. Jerkins, P. Johnson, B. Johnson, C. Johnson, J, Johnson, P. Jones, H. Jones, S. L. Josey, M. E. Kellum, M. Kendrick, E. M. Kennedy, M. H. Kimbrough, S. Knowles, J. Kohen, B. Kynerd, B. R. Lone, L. Lanier, J. Larson, F. Lay, V. Laurence, P. Lee, G. R. Lee, P. Lev is, A. Y. Lightsey, F. Lightsey, M. Liltlejohn, T. Long, J. Loiry, R. E. Lucas, E. ke FRESHMM CLASS HAWKINS, HARRIETTE Sullisent Home Economics HEPTINSTALL, BETTY Anniston Music HICKS, MARY DANE Marvel Home Economics HINES, ANN Huntsville Sociology HODGES, BETTY Ashville English HOLLOMOSS, MARTHA JEAN . . . Decatur Liberal Arts HOLSOMBECK, MURRAY F. . . Montevallo Liberal Arts HORN, ANN M,obile Psychology HORNE, MARY LOU Huntsville Secretarial Science HOJSEN, BEBE Hatchechubbee Libe-al Arts HOUSTON, BETTY Fayette Speech HULM,E, EDNA GEORGE . Alexander City Liberal Arts HUNTER, BETTY ... Decatur Secretarial Science HUTSON, VERNA ... McCalla Retail Economics IKERMAN, DOROTHY Selma Liberal Arts INGRAM, JANE Castleberry Home Economics ISRAEL, ELLA WAYNE Haleyville Secretarial Science JACKS, CATHERINE Huntsville Sociology JEMISON, MARY LEA ... Talladega Home Economics JERKINS, PEGGY Geneva Liberal Arts JOHNSON, BETTY Red Bay Home Economics JOHNSON, CONNIE Sylacauga Music JOHNSON, JEANE Florala Chemistry JOHNSON, PEGGY Birmingham Secretarial Science JONES, HANNAH M.ontgomery Home Economics JONES, SARA LOYD Gadsden Retail Economics JOSEY, MARTHA E. Castleberry Biology KELLUM, MARIAN Jasper Liberal Arts KENDRICK, EDITH MAE Maylene Liberal Arts KENNEDY, MARTHA ELLEN Lower Peach Tree Home Economics KIMBROUGH, SUSIE Chatom Miothematics KNOWLES, JOY ... Newville Sociology KOHEN, BARBARA Mobile Biology KYNERD, BETTIE RUTH Selma Biology LANE, LURLENE Deatsville Retail Home Economics LANIER, JOYCE Wetumpka Physical Education LARSON, FLORENCE B. Shelton, Connecticut Art LAY, LAURIE VIRGINIA . . Birmingham Liberal Arts LAWRENCE, PEGGY Vance Home Economics LEE, GEORGiS RUTH Pensacolo, Florida English LEE, PEGGY Headland Sociology LEWIS, ALPHA YOUNG Linden Speech LIGHTSEY, LAURA FRANCES .... Mobile Art LIGHTSEY, MARGARET Centreville Home Economics LITTLEJOHN, TOMMIE Clanton Home Economics LONG, JANET Pensacolo, Florida Home Economics LOIRY, RUTH ELEANOR .... Sylacauga Home Economics LUCAS, EDITH Montevallo Secretarial Science Over and Under! Lukes, A. G McCartha, J. McClain, H. McDaniel, R. McDonald, B McKibben, J. McLean, C. W. McNeil, D. Maddox, S. A. Magazu, F. Magus, H. Matson, K. Mayes, M. Mayton, M. N. Middlebrook O. M. Mills, G. Mims, M. C. Minor, L. M.itchell, D. M,oncrief, J. Moore, J. L. Morgan, E. Morris, C. L. Mosley, R. L. Metes, W. Noll, E. A. Nettles, E. Nicholas, B. Ogletree, D. Old, M. T. Oliver, L. Owen, A. Paduano, A. Parker, B. Parnell, G. Parris, R. N. Potton, M. E. Pearson, D. Poole, R. Fopweil, A. Powell, M. Powell, P. Presley, O. Price, J. Propst, S. Rawls, F. L. Reeder, M. E. Richardson, J. Vke ninUl CLASS LUKES, ANNA GEORGE Mobile Liberal Arts McCARTHA, JOYCE Bay Minette Chemistry McCLAIN, HELEN Acmar Physical Education McDANIEL, ROLAND ... Montevallo Liberal Arts McDonald, BETTIE .... Sheffield Vocational Economics M.cKIBBEN, JESSIE Rayland Piano McLEAN, CARRIE WILL .... Huntsville Home Economics McNEIL, DOROTHY St. Stephens Sociology MADDOX, SUE ANN Hartselle Vocational Economics MAGAZU, FRANCES So. Braintree, Mass. Liberal Arts MAGUS, HARRIET New York Liberal Arts MATSON, KATHRYN . . Childersburg Secretarial Science MAYES, MARY Anniston Sociology MAYTON, MARY NELL . ... Orrville Secretarial Science MIDDLEBROOK, OLLIE MAE Marion Vocational Economics MilLLS, GRACE Phenix City Retail Economics MiMS, MARY CLYDE Clonton Music MINOR, LOIS Selma Secretarial Science MITCHELL, DOROTHY . , . Talladega Springs Liberal Arts MONCRIEF, JOYCE Lefohatchie Mathematics MOORE, JANE Birmingham Home Economics MORGAN, EVELYN Maplesville Vocational Economics MORRIS, CARVEL LEE Childersburg Art MOSELEY, ROBBIE LEE Sylacauga Sociology MOTES, WREN Sylacauga Home Economics NALL, EMMIE ALICE Dothan Liberal Arts NETTLES, ELIZABETH .... Tunnel Springs Home Economics NICHOLAS, BETTY Fairfield Speech OGLETREE, DORIS Sylacauga Music OLD, MARY TODD ... Lawrenceburg Secretarial Science OLIVER, LOIS Montgomery Art OWEN, ANN . Clanton Home Economics PADUANO, ANITA DOLORES Pittsfield, Mass. Speech PARKER, BETTY Pensacola Sociology PARNELL, GLORIA ... Bessemer Music PARRIS, RUBY NELL . , Oxford Liberal Arts PATTON, MARY EVELYN , . . Birmingham Music PEARSON, DORIS Mountain Creek Sociology POOLE, ROBERT Randolph Liberal Arts POPWELL, AUDREY .... Clanton Music POWELL, MARILETA . ... Snow Hill Vocational Economics POWELL, PEGGY Carson Secretarial Science PRESLEY, OPAL McKenzie Vocational Economics PRICE, JANE . . Esom Hill, Go. Vocational Economics PROPST, SUE Fayette Biology RAWLS, FANN LYNELLE . . . Andalusia Art REEDER, MARY E. Sayne Retail Economics RICHARDSON, JESSIE . Cartilyon Secretarial Science The History Of Music. Rodgers, B. Rowell, G. Royston, E. Saxon, B. G. Schreiner, C. Schuessler, F. Scribner, W. Scott, C. Self, G. Shomblln, B. A. Shellback, M. Sims, R. Simmons, F. Simpson, J. W. Singley, M. E. Slock, J. Slode, E. Slate, D. L. Smith, B. Smith, H. Smith, L. Smith, M. Smith, Martha Smith, V. Smitherman, D. Snowden, L. Snuggs, M. N. Somerall, M. S. Stabler, C. Stallworth, H. Stondifer, A, Steiner, J. Stewart, F. Stewart, L. M. Stillmon, E. J. Stillwell, H. Strong, L. Snugg, N. Tew, C. A. Templeton, R. Thomas, M, Thomason, N. Thompson, E. Thompson, M. L. Thompson, S. True, S. Tucker, B. Vann, K. H. Vke FRESHIHir CLA SS RODGERS, BETTY Fairfield Liberal Arts ROWELL, GLORIA Selmo Music ROYSTON, EVELYN Roanoke Vocational Economics SAXON, BETTYE GEORGE . . Birmingham Psychology SCHREINER, CHARLENE Mobile Retail Economics SCHUESSLER, FRANCES LaFoyette Secretarial Science SCRIBNER, WILDA Mobile Speech SCOTT, CAROLYN Butler Psychology SELF, GLORIA .... Altoona Home Economics SHAMBLIN, BETTY ANN . Tuscaloosa Retail Economics SHELBRACK, MARY ... Rhinelonder, Wis. Foreign Languages SIMS, RACHEL Talladega Dietetics SIMM.ONS, FAYE Blue Springs Liberal Arts SIMPSON, JOSEPH WOODLY .... Calera Mathematics SINGLEY, MARY ELIZABETH .... Jackson Sociology SLACK, JACLYN Mobile Physical Education SLADE, ERNESTINE Camden Laboratory Technology SLATE, DIXIE LEE Birmingham Sociology SMITH, BEE Aliceville Home Economics SMITH, HILDA Sylocaugc History SMITH, LOUISE .... Owens Cross Roads Home Economics SMITH, MARIE Montgomery Mathematics SMITH, MARTHA . Roanoke Vocational Economics SMITH, VIRGINIA Black Diamond Art SMITHERMAN, DOROTHY . . . Plantersville M.usic SNOWDEN, LOUISE Monroeville Biology SNUGGS, MARY NELL Haleyville Vocational Home Economics SOMERALL, MARY SUE Evergreen Home Economics STABLER, CORNELIA ...... Fairhope Liberal Arts STALLWORTH, HELEN Thomaston Music STANDIFER, ANN Panama City, Fla. Liberal Arts STEINER, JANE Birmingham Liberal Arts STEWART, FRANCES Berry Home Economics STEWART, LAURA MAE Tanner Secretarial Science STILLMAN, ELIZABETH . . Homestead, Fla. Physical Education STILLWELL, HELEN Biology STRONG, LOIS Music, Voice SUGG, NELL . Liberal Arts TEW, CORNELIA ANN Secretarial Science TEM.PLETON, RUTH Music THOMAS, MARGARET Mobile Liberal Arts THOMASON, NANCY . .... Decatur Chemistry THOM.PSON, ELIZABETH ... Huntsville Liberal Arts THOM.PSON, M.ARTHA LU Columbus, Georgia Music THOMPSON, SALLY ... Troy Music TRUE, SALLY Detroit, Michigan Home Economics TUCKER, BARBARA Birmingham Art VANN, HELEN KATE ... Headland Liberal Arts " Tfiot Was Really A Swell Party! " Birmingham Cory, Illinois Goodwater Wallace Alexander City Vineyard, G. Virciglio, P. J, Waldrop, U. V Wallace, D. Ward, M. Ware, M. Warren, E. Wat on, M. Watson, S. Welch, C. Wells, D. White, H. C. Wiant, D. Wilson, E. Wilson, S. F. Windle, J. Wood, A. M. Woodham, M. Worrell, M. J. Worthington, L. J. Wright, E. Youngblood, D. Page 1 18 7 FRESHMAI OLASS VINEYARD, GRACE .... Pensacola, Florida Biology VIRCIGLIO, PEGGY JO ... . Birmingham Home Economics WALDROP, U. V Randolph Liberal Arts WALLACE, DOROTHY Talladega Liberal Arts WOOD, MARTHA Birmingham Music WARE, MARY Roanoke Biology WARREN, ELOISE Casfleberry Home Economics WATSON, MARTHA Luverne Home Economics WATSON, SHIRLEY Sylacauga Psychology WELCH, CAROLYN . . Alexander City Secretarial Science WELLS, DOROTHY Anniston Music WHITE, HARRY C Siluria Music WIANT, DORIS . . , . . .Marion Liberal Arts WILSON, ELIZABETH Anniston Institution Home Economics WILSON, SARAH FRANCES , . . Birmingham Psychology WINDLE, JANE Aliceville Music WOOD, ARRIE MAE Wilsonville Liberal Arts WOODHAM, MARGARET .... Hartford Mathematics WORRELL, MARTHA JO Selma Psychology WORTHINGTON, LAURA JEAN . . . Bessemer Home Economics WRIGHT, EDNA Leeds Home Economics YOUNGBLOOD, DORIS ... Montevallo Secretarial Science " Whot Time Does Your Bus Leave? " Page 119 And it ' s " hi there, beautiful " to those lassies who appear in our FEATURES r -■7 ;■.7: ' .: FUTURE ■j iiii ' w M n s 1 Harry F. towe. Richard Zoellner. Joe W. Clancy. fieoMt if On October 18, 1947, at the annual Elite Night Judges Harry F. Lowe, Auburn,- Richard Zoellner, University; and Joe W. Clancy, Birmingham, had the difficult task of choosing six beauties and eight favorites from forty candidates selected by the four classes. Simplicity was the keynote of this Elite Night, sponsored and produced by the staff of the MONTAGE. Into the dimmed auditorium paced two girls in white gossamer gowns holding lighted candles. In the hushed eddy of organ music they walked out on the stage and proceeded to light the candles In the tiered condelabras, grouped with baskets of white gladioli before a black backdrop. Such was the beginning of another Elite Night in which the beauties and Elite were selected from the student body. . .« « jEft bo«o TlKn r ' ■•v " 0ltt V»(ftV f0S» . " P " • " fm ' ji. CHEBL :X f-iV k-i SIS CRAW FORD JO HAMILTON JEAN CANNON FAVOR SHELLA SHELTON I T E S LAURA JEAN WORTHINGTON MARTHA PRIESTER JO SHELLBACK ELITE As the Beauties were being chosen by the judges, the fate of the candidates for the Elite of the senior class was being decided by the ballots marked in the auditorium by student body members. The Elite are those seniors who ore chosen by the students of Alabama College as being the most representative and most outstanding in their particular fields. Candi- dates are nominated by petition from the senior class and ore voted on by all members of the student body. , , ; ' . ,;. THE 1948 MONTAGE proudly presents . . ' . . ' The ELITE of ALABAMA COLLEGE Map-ue yackee ACTRESS e iaHoLe BIOLOGIST IHH T n ancei aned CHEMIST l] ettle Mtaaall DIETITIAN Manika Pn iedien. FASHIONIST ELITE EXECUTIVE ll aketk Imuc Ut LINGUIST ,,—!» " MATHEMATICIAN niiHT Qkauatte PSYCHOLOGIST MUSICIAN SOCIOLOGIST IH Ann QanHoilij, WRITER Mauan Sum-p-e S TEACHER m A ME RICO Thirteen seniors chosen for outstanding achievement on the campus have been added to the collegiate hall of fame — Who ' s Who In American Colleges and Universities. C { ( C ( ( ( C ( COLLEGES and IIIMERSIT From left to right: Morianna Parsons . . . Morgoret Hedges . . . Betty Jo Baker . . . Ann Connolly . . . Jean Mackie . . . Polly Gillespie . . . Carolyn Taylor . . . Gayle Nelson . . . Marion Bumpers . . . Frances Jones . . . Jackie Blue . . . Jean Bobo . . . Martha Priester. A n n A A n A il_iL_ L_ . » «s . ! r ft I H 1 , ' . i llllill mmm 1 MHIiii ' Tf ' W f ; V Is nl L ' € Sl m Sv ■ ' 11 i 1 w TTrf 1 - " ll o Wll iM ' f " Jji JIJl, The hand of friendship and a kindly " glad to have you " is extended to all members of our campus ORGANIZATIONS ORUMIZITIOIS VA-;;v5y-,V ' ' X PRESIDEITS ' COlIHIl OFFICERS A .ARTHA PRIESTER BETTY HOLESAPPLE DOROTHY MIMS . President Secretary Treasurer Composed of all the presidents of campus organizations, the Presidents ' Council is a coordinating and advisory body. Some of the duties of the Council are the scheduling of non-conflicting meeting times for the College ' s forty-odd organizations, helping to prepare the Student Handbook, and recording the activity points made by students in extra-curricular activities. This year the Council took an active part in Orientation and provided entertainment for the guests at the Senate house party. Left To Right: MIMS HOLESAPPLE PRIESTER ALABAMA PLAYERS OFFICERS EDITH DEASON . . President PEGGY JONES . . Stage Manager Alabama Players is a local honorary dramatic organization. Its members are chosen on the basis of the amount and quality of the work they perform in the campus dramatic productions. The steps to membership are designated as three circles and one may become a full member by achieving twenty points in four fields of activity. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate the appreciation of drama on the campus. Left to Right: DEASON, JONES. ALUMNAE DAUGHTERS The Alumnae Daughters Club consists of students whose mothers have attended Alabama College. In cooperation with the Alumnae Office its members strive to stimu- late and maintain the high spirit of loyalty to the College. jC iA OFFICERS LOU ELLEN FAUCETT President MARY GRACE POOLE Vice-President ALICE CREEL Secretary ELLIS ANN GARNER . . Treasurer Page 150 OFFICERS SARA BARRETT President CLIFFORTINE KIRKLEY RUNETTE MENSHEW FRANCES SEIBERT WILLENE YATES Vice-Presidents MARION BUMPERS Secretary WILLIE LOU JONES Treasurer Left to Right: YATES, BARRETT, SEIBERT, BUMPERS, JONES, MENSHEW, KIRKLEY. ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION The A. C. E. ' s purpose is to bring about closer cooperation of the teachers of children. The program for the year was headlined by the visit of the State Board of the Association of Childhood Education on November 22nd and 23rd. The members wholeheartedly canvassed the dorms on weekends selling sandwiches to raise funds to send a delegate to the National Convention in April. BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club, an organization which extends a glad-hand to all biology students, promotes interest and study In biological subjects. The projects for the year included trips to various colleges and hospitals to observe new techniques ond standards in the field of biology and medicine. Left to Right: PARSONS, NORTON, BENTLEY. OFFICERS JACQUELYN NORTON . . President VIVIAN PARSONS . . Vice-President VILLA BENTLEY .... Secretary Page 151 CALKI NS MUSIC CLUB OFFICERS CATHERINE BARR . ANN CONNELLY . V BETSY B. STEPHENS President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer i Left to Right: STEPHENS, CONNALLY, BARR. The Calkins Music Club, designed to promote the social enjoyment of its members and to aid in the stimulation of general music appreciation among students, is very active on the compus. It provided receptions for visiting musicians extending to them a very warm welcome from Alabama College. It also made arrangements for students to attend the Birmingham Music Club concerts. DIETETICS CLUB The Dietetics Club was organized in April, 1937, to stimulate interest in institutional work, to encour- age group studies in the dietetic fields, and to promote social activities for its members. This year the club plans an active and vigorous organization. Food soles will be held to finance trips to hospitals and other institutional establishments, in order to hove more actual contact with and more understanding of institutional management. Left to Right: LECROY, COLLUM, STOVALL, KNOWLES OFFICERS BETTY STOVALL .... President INEZ KNOWLES . Vice-President CLARICE COLLUM Secretary-Treasurer LOUISE PATE Program Chairman NELL LECROY Social Chairman Page 152 YE OLDE GLEE CLUB OFFICERS KATHLEEN STEPHENS . . President BETSY STEPHENS . - Vice-President SALLY STEPHENS . . . Secretary LIDA TRUE Treasurer MARY LYDA . Business Manager MARY GRACE POOLE, RINA DUNN .... Librarians Left to Right: POOLE, S. STEPHENS, TRUE, DUNN, K. STEPHENS, B. STEPHENS, LYDA. The Glee Club resumed and made new friends in 1947. " Mr. LeB " renewed his membership and took his place on the podium to " shake his stick " — and head — again. Mrs. Mcxine Couch Davis received a warm welcome as " accom-pianist, " further cementing the faculty-student relationships. Living up to its reputation as one of the most active organizations on the campus, the Glee Club went on the air {via WAPI) several times during the year and participated in the Founder ' s Day Program. The Christmas and Spring Concerts played second fiddle only to the wonderful tour. Membership in the Glee Club is open to all students, and eligibility for the Spring Tour is based on faithfulness of attendance. IVOL SPAFFORD CLUB Changing its name in 1942 from the Alabama College Home Economics Club to the Ivol Spafford Club, this organization has taken an active part in campus affairs. The members, who are majors in home economics, concentrate on developing a professional attitude toward their chosen field. Left to Right: LECROY, Vi ' ARREN, BARRETT, RICHBURG, PRICE, PATE. OFFICERS LOUISE PATE .... President RE2ECCA DIXON Vice-President FRANCES ROBERTSON Secretary JUANITA WARREN Treasurer ANNA D. PRICE Publicity Chairman JEWEL RICHBURG Program Chairman DOROTHY BARRETT , Social Csairman TOMMY SELLERS Freshman Counsellor Page 153 OFFICERS CHARLOTTE SPENCE .... President HELEN WENTWORTH . . Vice-President NELL HOWELL . . . Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: WENTWORTH, SPENCE, HOWELL. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The International Relations Club, organized under the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, is composed of students interested in current international affairs. In cooperation with the history staff, the club spon- sored an informal discussion group each week with guest speakers qualified to discuss state, national, and international problems. ORCH ESTRA The musicians on the campus banded themselves together and the result was on orchestra that gives invaluable experience to the players as well as enjoyable listening to other students. They meet at regular scheduled periods to practice the sharps and flats of all composers from Bach to Gershwin. Left to Right: NEWTON, HARRELL, CATON. OFFICERS MARY LOU CATON . . MARGARET HARRELL . . Page 154 President Vice-President OFFICERS JEAN JACKSON President ELIZABETH MILTON . . . Vice-President NORMA BRUCE . . . Secretary-Treasurer BETTY LEE WRIGHT . . Social Chairman TOMM ' E M,OODY Publicity Chairman Left to Right: JACKSON, BRUCE, MOODY, MILTON. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB The members of the Physical Education Club made an outstanding contribution to the entire college community when they sponsored the appearance of the Danish Gymnastic Team on our campus on No- vember eighth. The highlight of the winter season was the banquet on January tenth at which time Miss Oleda Schrottky, member of the Community Relations Bureau of the Girl Scouts, proved to be an en- tertaining speaker. Majors in Physical Education organized four teams for competition and scheduled tournaments in volley ball, hockey, basketball, Softball, tennis, and badminton. The members of the four teams also competed on scholastic attainment. RETAI L C LU B Keeping the Retail majors and minors informed on the fashion trends of the day was the original purpose of the Retail Club. Now they ' ve branched out to embrace all students on the campus by sponsor- ing the Ten Best Dressed Girls Contest, climaxed by the announcement of the winners at the Retail Dance. These retailers are proud of their club and proud too, that this year for the first time a Fashionist was chosen Elite Night to represent their department. Left to Right: CARR, RHODES, SMITH, HOLESAPPLE, KAEGI, DEASON. OFFICERS BETTY HOLESAPPLE President SARA CARR Vice-President HELEN RHODES . . Secretary MABLE DEASON . , Treasurer Paqe 155 OFFICERS BETTY JEAN PASCHE President MARY G. POOLE . Vice-President JANE PAULK . . . Secretary ELIZABETH ALBRIGHT . Treasurer IRENE FOSTER . Typing Chairman Left to Right: POOLE, PAULK, FOSTER, PASCHE, ALBRIGHT. SECRETARIAL CLUB The Secretarial Club, which is one of the oldest clubs on the campus, seeks to promote business efficiency and a keener interest in secretarial work among Secretarial Science majors. They are aided in this endeavor by the Secretarial Science Department and through the combined efforts of the faculty and students of this department, these students carry out a program which helps them not only in their school work, but also in their business careers. SIGMA ALPHA CHI The purpose of this club, open to all students interested in Art, is to encourage and stimulate self- expression in Art. Activities for the year included discussions of art problems and methods, weiner roast, Christmas party, and a party honoring Madame Silvercruys. The club also helped with publicity for the Honors Scholarship functions. Left to Right: QUARLES, GARNER, HARRELL, ALEXANDER. OFFICERS MARGARET HARRELL .... President JEAN ALEXANDER . . . Vice-President ANN GARNER Secretary ELAINE QUARLES . . . . , Treasurer Page 156 OFFICERS MARY LYDA .... SALLY STEPHENS . . . President Vice-President Left to Right: STEPHENS, LYDA. SINGERS ' CLUB The Singers ' Club is a new organization composed of an honorary group from the Glee Club. Membership is based primarily on achievement. SOC lO LOGY CLUB The Sociology Club sprang to its feet this year, giving one of the most colorful banquets the New Dining Room has seen. During College Night this organization rendered a real service— both profitable and appreciated — by installing coke machines and boxes in and around Palmer. This was one of the Sociology Club ' s methods of raising funds for the Honors Scholarships. Left to Right: DEVAUGHN, SPENCE, MAY, FREELAND. OFFICERS MERLE MAY . . . President JANICE FREELAND Vice-President CHARLOTTE SPENCE . Secretary ELOISE DeVAUGHN . Treasurer Page 157 OFFICERS MARGARET HARRELL . . WARTHA SIMS . . . ELENORE COCHRANE . . President Vice-President . Secretary Left to Right; Standing: Young, - JACKSON; Seated: HARRELL, SIMS. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Future Teachers of America, The A. C. Anderson Chapter, was established on the campus January 13, 1948. The purpose of this organization, under direction of the National Education Association, is to dev.elop ideals and power in the lives of its members; to enrich the spirit of college life; to advance the interest of the teaching profession; to promote the welfare of children; and foster the education of all the people. The Chapter welcomes any student who is planning to teach or who desires to learn more about this profession. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Alpha Lambda Delta is a notional honorary fraternity composed of freshman women who hove succeeded in making a scholastic average of 2.5. Under the leadership of its present executive officer, Barbara Andrews, its purpose is to promote higher standards of learning and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among freshman women, in an atmosphere of friendliness and intelligent living. Left to Right: ANDREWS, SCREWS, MACKIE, SCHMIDT, DEAN. OFFICERS BARBARA ANDREWS . President DOROTHY DEAN Vice-President HELEN MACKIE . . Secretary EVELYN SCHMIDT Treasurer Page 158 OFFICERS MIRIAM PARSONS President HELEN WENTWORTH . . Vice-President JEAN BOBO . . . Secretary-Treasurer E N ITH GIBSON Historian Left to Right: GIBSON, WENTWORTH, BOBO, PARSONS. BETA BETA BETA (BETA IOTA CHAPTER) A Notional Honorary Society, established in 1940, Beta Beta Beta encourages sound scholarship and the promotion of biological research. To be eligible for membership, a student must have ten semester hours of biology with a B average in these courses. Encouraging intellectual interest in the natural science, the society also stimulates a cordial spirit of fraternity between the members of the group. Standing: JONES. DELTA PHI ALPHA Frances Jones had the singular distinction of being THE Delta Phi Alpha on the campus. Delta Phi Alpha is the honorary German Club, open to students who have main- tained an average of B for their semester study of German. However, at least three new members were expected to join France s In the Spring. It is the primary goal of Delta Phi Alpha to revive DIE DEUTCH GESELLSCHAFT and make it function again on the campus. Page 159 i a ii « ' I OFFICERS FRANCES JONES . . . President MARIANNA PARSONS Vice-President IRENE FOSTER . . . Secretary ANN CONNALLY . . . Treasurer GAYLE NELSON Reporter-Historian Left to Right: FOSTER, NELSON, PARSONS, CONNALLY; Seated: JONES. K A PP A D E LT A P I Kappa Delta Pi, the national education fraternity on the campus, has been very active this year. The chapter maintains the highest educational ideas, fosters fellov ship, scholarship, and achievement in educational Vi ork. Miss Vickery, the Counselor, and a member of the organization, attended the national convention of Kappa Delta Pi which was held this year at Atlantic City, New Jersey. KAPPA MU EPSI LON OFFICERS AMY BARBAREE President VIRGINIA HAVENS Vice-President FRANCES KELLY Secretary MARGARET O ' GWYNN Treasurer Kappa Mu Epsilon is the national honorary mathematics society. Each year the so- ciety joins with the math methods class in presenting a math exhibit. Left to Right: HAVENS, BARBAREE, O GWYNN. Page 160 OFFICERS JEAN ALEXANDER President ELAINE QUARLES . Secretary MARGARET HARRELL Treasurer Left to Right: QUARLES, HARRELL, ALEXANDER. KAPPA PI Kappa Pi, the notional art fraternity, awards membership to Juniors and Seniors who meet the scholastic requirements. The members of Kappa Pi are united in an effort to develop an appreciation of art and to promote work of a creative nature on the campus. LAMBDA SIGMA PI Left to Right: JONES, GILLESPIE, BOBO. OFFICERS POLLY GILLESPIE FRANCES JONES JEAN BOBO . President Vice-President Secretary Lambda Sigma Pi taps for membership ten or twelve incoming Seniors who ore outstand- ing leaders on the campus. These Seniors are chosen on the qualifications of leadership, personality, and service. This year ' s group sponsored campaign speeches and dormitory discussions during the spring elections. Page 161 MU DELTA ALPHA OFFICERS ELIZABETH ALBRIGHT . . President JOANNE PHILLIPS . . Vice-President MARY LOUISE SUMRALL Secretary MARY WESSON .... Treasurer Left to Right: ALBRIGHT, SUMRALL, PHILLIPS. Mu Delta Alpha, an honorary society for students who are interested in Spanish, opens its member- ship to students in second year Spanish who meet the scholastic requirements. Mu Delta Alpha promotes discussion of the custom, habits and history of the Latin people. Mu Delta Alpha acts as an organization through which the exchange students from South and Central America can become better acquainted with the Spanish students at Alabama College, and thus put the " good neighbor spirit " In action. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS National Collegiate Players is an honorary dramatics fraternity. The main project of the chapter, which was established at Alabama College in 1936, is the annual Drama Festival for theater groups from high schools in the state. These groups present plays and participate in discussions concerning various phases of dramatics. The chapter advisor is Dr. W. H. Trumbauer, who acts as director of the Drama Festival. Left to Right: BARR, NELSON. OFFICERS CATHERINE BARR President GAYLE NELSON . . Sec.-Treas. Page 162 OMICRON NU OFFICERS SUE ROBERTS President Left to Right: ROBERTS, STARR, HADLEY. Omicron Nu, the national honorary society in h ome economics, includes among its members seniors end second semester juniors who have met the high scholastic standards of the organization and show promise of future achievement. Each year Omicron Nu sponsors a series of speeches by professional work- ers in the various fields of home economics. PHI ALPHA MU Phi Alpha Mu is a new organization on the campus and is sponsored by the Calkins Music Club. The members are seeking standards high enough to become a member of a national music fraternity. Lett to Right: POWELL, CONNALLY. OFFICERS VIRGINIA POWELL , . . President ANN CONNALLY . Vice-President SALLY STEPHENS . . Secretary VARY LYDA Treasurer P I DELTA EPSI LON OFFICERS JOYCE SAVAGE President MARGARET HARRELL Secretary-Treasurer Left fo Right: SAVAGE, HARRELL, In 1944 the students who like to shove a pencil across a piece of paper with hopes of achieving what is sometimes called " Journalism " decided that a national honorary fraternity in that field would be nice addition to the other campus organizations. Pi Delta Epsilon encourages the pushing of more and better pencils across more and bigger sheets of paper and recognizes those who have achieved some measure of journalistic success on the Alabamian and the Montage with membership. PI KAPPA DELTA Left to Riqht: YACKEE, FINDLAY. OFFICERS .MARGARET FINDLAY President MARJORIE YACKEE Secretary-Treasurer Having as its purpose the fostering of interest and par- ticipation in intercollegiate oratory and debate. Pi Kappa Delta, the national honorary forensic society on the campus, sponsors each year an Intramural Discussion. This year representatives from the four dormitories discussed the question: " What should be done to insure peaceful relations among the nations of the world? " Hanson Dormitory was proclaimed the winner and awarded the Pi Kappa Delta trophy. M.embership in Pi Kappa Delta is awarded for success- ful participation in debating, oratory, public discussion, and other public speaking activities. Page 164 SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA OFFICERS IRENE FOSTER .... President BETTY JEAN PASCHE Vice-President BETTY JO BAKER . Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: BAKER, FOSTER, PASCHE. Sigma Alpha Sigma is an honorary organization for majors in the field of Secretarial Science. Members are quite adept at the art of typing, accounting, and writing short-hand. The main purpose of the club is to link its members with the professional world. ZETA PH I ETA Membership in Zeta Phi Eta, a national professional speech arts fraternity for women, is the am- bition of every speech major of the college. This year " Zeta Sisters " sponsored a Cameo Tea for all speech majors and a weekly story-telling program, " Long Ago and Far Away, " over radio sta ion WAPI. As a money-making project they sold sandwiches once a week in the dormitories. One of the members was elected to attend the national con- vention to be held in Seattle in July. ' ■■ . ■ • . • Left to Right: SAVAGE, NELSON, PARSONS, ENGLISH, POWELL. OFFICERS ANNA GAYLE NELSON President MAVIS POWELL . . Vice-President NINA ENGLISH Recording Secretary JOYCE SAVAGE Corresponding Sect ' y MARGARET FINDLAY . . Treasurer MARIANNA PARSONS Marshall Page 165 OFFICERS DOROTHY MiMS . . . President JESSIE BUTLER . . . Vice-President MARY FRANCES WYNN Secretary BETTY JENKINS ... Treasurer ANNIE BOYD PARKER , Student Sect ' y Left to Right: PATTON, ELLIS, MIMS, PATE, BUTLER, PARKER. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union serves as an amicable link between the College and the local Baptist Church. With the variety of programs emphasizing bo h spiritual and social activities, B. S. U. draws to its membership young people striving for a well-rounded personality. CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury Club is an organization of Episcopal students which meets semi-monthly. Small, but active, the club is affiliated with the National Association of Canterbury Clubs. The membership is open to all Episcopal students. Left to Right: BLACK, PENDLETON, TRUE, CHEAPE. OFFICERS JULIA CHEAPE . . . President JACKIE BLUE . Vice-President Page 166 OFFICERS ELIZABETH MILTON . . . President MARY DELISO . . . Vice-President BOBBIE DIVECCHIA Secretary-Treasurer Left to Right: MILTON, DIVECCHIA, DELISO. N EWM AN CLUB All Catholic students are members of the Newman Club, led this year by Father Charles Aucoin. The purpose of the club is to strengthen and fortify the spiritual life of the Catholic students as well as foster wholesome comradeship in social activities. WESLEY FOUNDATION The purpose of the Wesley Foundation is to unite Methodist students on the campus in such a way as to train capable Christian leaders, and to cooperate with other religious groups on the campus in the attainment of higher standards of Christian living. The Foundation this year, in addition to their regular activities, sponsored a series of programs on " Choosing Professions. " Special guest speakers on the campus included a social worker, a nurse, a recreation director, a teacher and several others. This series of programs was received most heartily by the students and received campus-wide attention. Left to Right: CARTER, HAVENS, JONES, BROOKS, SEIBERT, STEPHENS. OFFICERS VIRGINIA HAVENS President FRANCES SEIBERT , Vice-President NELL CARTER Secretary-Treasurer Page 167 OFFICERS RAYCEIL WHITWORTH , President VIRGINIA POWELL . . Vice-President MARGARET FINDLAY , . Secretary PEGGY PIERSON . . . Treasurer Left to Right: PIERSON, POWELL, WHITWORTH. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP Westminster Fellowship, an organization of the Presbyterian Church, has as its primary purpose the encouragement of Christian Fellowship and living among college students. Each Sunday evening the group meets together for dinner and a discussion hour led by faculty members and church leaders at the new Westminster Fellowship House. The House and its furnishings were given to the Fellowship by Mr. E. E. Forbes of Birmingham. All college students are welcome to use the House during the week as well as attend the Sunday night forums. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL The main purpose of the Religious Council is to promote cooperation and understanding among the various religious groups on the campus and to coordinate religious activities. More specifically, the council sponsors Religious Emphasis Week and Vesper services in cooperation with the Y. W. C. A. Left to Right: BOBO TAYLOR, M.IMS, ENGLISH, DEASON. OFFICERS JEAN BOBO President EDITH DEASON . . 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If now in uncertainty we change paths we will slow up progress and confuse those whose eyes are on us. By further smoothing of the proved paths we can continue tc inspire eornest men everywhere to follow the way that already has led one nation so far toward the better and happier life for all. 0f)e Qarapn Qres sJ DESIGNERS AND CREATORS OF ' Ine Pnintlncf, ADAMS MONTSOMERY, Congratulations, Seniors.... GASPAR-WARE STUDIO v - ' ii ' z ■ ■p N e iJUd. toJra ■A • COMB WHAT MAY. 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