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Show Hide text for 1958 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1958 volume: “ (y ©fa Qarason Qxtit n 0. Us ' ' £ ) , : m ' -. " ■■i ' « •- THE MONTAGE ALABAMA COLLEGE STATE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA Editor MARY GENE MARSH Assistant Editor BEVERLY BURKHALTER Business Manager FAYE CARMICHAEL EACH YEAR THE STAFF OF THE MONTAGE SELECTS A MEMBER OF THE FACULTY OR ADMINISTRATION TO WHOM WE WISH TO DEDICATE OUR YEAR ' S WORK. THE PERSON SELECTED BY THE STAFF THIS YEAR IS WELL KNOWN ON OUR CAMPUS AS WELL AS OVER THE STATES. SHE IS ONE WE ARE INDEBTED TO FOR ALWAYS BEING ON HAND TO GIVE FRESHMEN ORIENTATION TEST, GIVE US NEWS OF KAPPA DELTA PI HAPPENINGS, AND FOR JUST A FRIENDLY CHAT WHILE PLAYING WITH HER COCKER SPANIEL, CHARCOAL. AS OUR FRIEND AND TEACHER, WE LOVINGLY DEDICATE THE 1958 MONTAGE TO YOU . . . DR. KATHERINE VICKERY [ 8 ] INTRODUCTION This book is a culmination of a year ' s life here at Alabama Col- lege. It is the hope of the Montage to recall friendships, hours of study, activities— a full college life. The departmental activities and social activities depict our lives here as students, all of which stand M strong thru the guidance of the Administration and Faculty. Another year has slipped by and for those who will leave Ala- || bama College as graduates June written. 1958, this book is especially 9 i ' MGM " " • • - ■» )--, ' ■ •i-MT ■ -. 1 w V THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES JAMES E. FOLSOM, GOVERNOR OF ALABAMA, PRESIDENT HORACE T. ARMSTRONG SCOTTSBORO MRS. A. G. FINLAY GUNTERSVILLE NELSON FULLER CENTERVILLE GARDNER GOODWYN, JR BESSEMER J. S. HARDWICK TALLADEGA MRS. JAMES FITTS HILL MONTGOMERY JOE L JENNINGS LANETT ROY MAYHALL JASPER MR. E. N. MERRIWETHER MOBILE MRS. ALTON B. PARKER BIRMINGHAM MRS. ISAAC RILEY OZARK [ 11 ] THE PRESIDENT Our President, Dr. Howard M. Phillips, came to us this year from Emory University . . . and we can truly say that their loss is our gain. His wonderful winning personality complements the friendly atmosphere for which our campus is noted. The wisdom and integrity with which Dr. Phillips has guided Alabama College through this strategic year have made him loved and respected by students and faculty alike. DR. HOWARD M. PHILLIPS [ 12 ] P 55i %f DEAN OF THE COLLEGE DR. M. L. ORR Dean Orr, a man that every student knows and loves. For it is the name belonging to the man who is so much a part of life at AG., for while having been in the education department previously, this is his first year as the cog of the wheel of curriculums. Busy with many administrative duties, Dean Orr al- ways has time for the students, a quality which we so admire. DEAN OF WOMEN STUDENTS MISS IVA GIBSON Friendly and gracious to everyone, Dean Gibson is one of the busiest persons on the campus. At any- time you may find her searching for new activities and improvements for the students to add to their life at A.C. In gratitude for her helpfulness, the stu- dents dedicated the 1958 college night to her. DEAN EMERITUS DR. T. H. NAPIER Alabama College would not be the same without the friendliness and warmth of Dean Napier — a man who has given so much to our college. As a token of appreciation for his guidance to us the new men ' s dormitory was dedicated to him. We all say " Thank you " to Dean Napier for his years of service. ACTING DEAN OF MEN STUDENTS DR. JOHN B. WALTERS Appointed in the first semester of this year as the counselor to the men students, Dr. Walters has ably filled his office. The greatly increased enrollment of men students make such a position necessary and certainly Dean Walters, an excellent leader as well as scholar, has gained the confidence and friendship of both men and women students. ADMINIS DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS MR. RALPH W. SEARS NEWS DIRECTOR MR. ED EWING BUSINESS MANAGER MR. LEE A. BARCLAY REGISTRAR MISS VIRGINIA HENDRICK [ 16 ] TR ATION ALUMNI SECRETARY MISS HELEN NEWTON ASSISTANT TREASURER MRS. ELLIOT FOOD SUPERVISOR MISS IBBIE JONES LIPPS [ 17 ] PRESIDENT OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT MISS BIRDIE BELL STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Student Government at Alabama College is an outstanding student organization. Our Honor Code and our three branches of government serve as a model for many other schools in their student governments. SGA elections are a big event — and even bigger since boys have taken an active part in student government — and it is then that we choose our leaders who lead the many conscientious follow- ers in upholding our standards of good student government. Treasurer: Miss Roma Creel Secretary: Miss June Capel Vice-President: Miss Shirley Stabler EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Anne Elise Berry, Janice Wood, Lola Cooke, Lois Swindal, Marcella Stone. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL The members of the " Exec " Council are those leaders which help to maintain the high standards of Student Government on our campus. During the transitional period of going co-educational and giving the male students a fair chance to participate in Student Government, the " Exec " Council has tried to lay the foundation for an outcome of good student government. This has been a very important year in that the first male student was elected to the high offiice of President of the Student Government. We feel that the " Exec " Council has proven their abilities and in years to come they will be remembered for their hours of hard work. MEN ' S COURT: Arthur Garrett, Bobby Harrison, Clyde Hoffman, Ray Jones, Mike Mahan, Jerry Barton, Darrell Pharris, and Ken Rochester— President of Men ' s Court. Milly Slater, President The Student Senate is the acting body of Student Government designed to make amendments to our constitution so they meet the present needs of the college and students. The Senate members are those busy ones who keep the American flag on the quadrangle and the Purple Gold flags indicating student body convocations. Besides passing rules and keeping flags in their places, they are also responsible for the tours of our beautiful campus for the Honor Scholarship contestants. STUDENT SENATE: Elizabeth Stewart, Patricia Jones, Yvonne Anderson, Faye Carmichael, Betty Ray Brown, Jane Venerble, Bob Couch, Carolyn Downs, Ann Rati ifF. Ann Nabors, Joyce Chitwood, Rosalie Hart, Virginia Wilson, Emily Green, Peggy Thomp- son, Flora Clark, Norman Zeigler, Ann Ellis. STUDENT SENATE Jackie Inman, Jerry Barton, Margaret Ann Shotts. CHIEF JUSTICE ANNE ELISE BERRY STUDENT COURT The Student Court is the Judicial section of the Student Government Association designed to help keep the honor code and problems related to broken regulations in hand on our campus. It ' s no fun to be a member of the court and to have to decide the results of the cases. So many factors must be considered. It is the duty of the justices to understand and help the students who have broken regulations. A com- mittee made up of members of the administration and the faculty works with the Court in making its decisions. BACK ROW: Barbara Wood, Nadine Sexton, Jenny Cotney. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Peters, Kay Ander- son. FRONT ROW: Christine Angele, Anne Elise Berry, Joan Morris, and Herman Shelton. S3 A ALABAMA COLLEGE HAS CHAPTERS OF THE FOLLOWING NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETIES: ALPHA EPSILON RHO Radio-Television Carolyn Broadaway, Sue Chumley, Gibbs Daniel, Douglas Fancher, Harvey Fleming, Mary Ellen Grant, Rosalie Hart, ' Lena Hewston, Martha Jones, Joanne Mynard, Annette Nevin, Darrol Pharris, Margaret Tait, Bette Joyce Wilson. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Freshman Martha Jo Anton, Melba Barrentine, Birdie Bell, Sara Lou Berry, Bonnie Henley, Martha Jones, Patricia Jones, Mary Kidd, Nancy Carolyn Lewis, Mary Virginia Martin, Prudence Menzies, Carolyn Moody, Annette Nevin, Jeannette Peel, Sylvia Emily Pound, Kitty Stansell, Elizabeth Stewart, Bonnie Strickland, Patty Talley, Sandra Ward, Mary ( " Catherine Wilson. BETA BETA BETA Biology Birlie Bell, Ann Elise Berry, Mayre Ellis Faucett, Frances Louise Golson, Jane Graham, Johnnie Frances Gross, Mary Gene McCutchen, Margaret Ann Morgan, Katherine Morton, Darroll I. Pharris, Mary Elizabeth Stewart, Bonnie Ruth Strickland, Frances Sue Swann, Myrtis Jo Veal. KAPPA DELTA PI Education Birdie Bell, Anne Elise Berry, Jennie Cotney, Mary Gene McCutchen, Margaret Peake, Herman Brown Peters, Sherry Rabren, Margaret Ann Shotts, Milly Slater, Marvalin Stephens, Bonnie Strickland, Bertha Strock, Patty Talley, Sandra Ward, Mary Katherine Wilson. KAPPA MU EPSILON Mathematics Melba Barrentine, June Capell, Mary Helen Capell, Sue Chumley, Myra Linholm, Mary Katherine Mahone, Prudence Menzies, Kenneth Rochester, Neal Shirley, Mary Elizabeth Stewart. KAPPA PI Art Elizabeth Edwards, Patricia Jury, Margarite Lane, Martha La n ham, Barbara Maul, Marie ne McBee, Bob Murray. NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS Theatre Yvonne Anderson, Gibbs Daniel, Beverly Fundaburk, Rebecca Gantt, Polly Dean Holliday, Margaret Ann Shotts, Milly Slater, Bonnie Ruth Strickland, Sue Thomas. OMICRON NU Home Economics Beth McDonald Bowdon, Bertha Leigh Masterson, Barbara White, Rosalind White, Mary Katherine Wilson, Marvalin Stephens. PI DELTA EPSILON Journalism Hazel Cook, Ginger Flowers, Barbara Goldstein, Mary Charles Jackson, Alice Ketchum, Mary Gene Marsh, Robert Chaff in Murray, Mary Anne Norman, Jann Sabine. PI DELTA PHI French Mary Charles Jackson, Margaret Peake, Milly Slater, Sandra Ward. PI KAPPA LAMBDA Music Billie Mizzell. SIGMA ALPHA SIGMA Secretarial Science Judith Faye Albright, Rudy Faye Carmichael, Jessie Mae Lyles, Laura Belle Norris, Sherry Rabren, Neal Shirley. ZETA PHI ETA Speech Mary Ellen Grant, Martha Jones, Carol Ann Lewis, Jo Ann Mynard, Annette Nevin, Ann Riley. The Clubs at Alabama College are as follows: ALUMNAE DAUGHTERS AND SONS, ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, BIOLOGY CLUB, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, CHORALE, DEBATE CLUB, DIETETICS CLUB, ENGLISH CLUB, ALABAMA STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION, INTERNA- TIONAL RELATIONS CLUB, IVOL SPAFFORD CLUB, PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB, SOCIOLOGY CLUB, AND USHERS CLUB. [ 23 ] EDITOR: Mary Gene Marsh MONTAGE STAFF EDITORIAL Mary Gene Marsh Editor Beverly Burkhalter Assistant Editor Carolyn Downes Activities Editor Barbara Maul, Margie Lane, Barbara White Art Editors Alice Ketchum Class Editor Ann Riley, Lanell Harwell, Sylvia Pound, Gibbs Daniel Copy Editors Carolyn Broadaway Feature Editor Ann Ellis, Charlie Webster Photographers Celeste Parker Snaps Editor Bobby Harrison, Adah Troup Sports Editor BUSINESS STAFF Faye Carmichael Business Manager Wanza Cauthen, Robbie Frye Cook, Jackie Inman, Jean Shell, Beverly Burkhalter Typists As we look back at all the work that went into this year ' s Montage— the rush of appointments for class pictures at the first of school, the many hours of planning that went into a new and successful Elite Night, the hundreds of takes and retakes of photo- graphs, the thought behind the copy, and the out- of-town trips and letters for the ad section— we recall all these headaches, but thrill in the end when the yearbook is produced. We hope that in the years to come the students will pick up their annuals often and recall all the memories of those glorious years at A.C. —especially those recorded in the 1958 MONTAGE. BUSINESS MANAGER: Faye Carmichael [ 24 ] ASSISTANT EDITOR: Beverly Burkhalter EDITORIAL STAFF: Adah Troup, Lanell Harwell Alice Ketchum, Hazel Cook, Carolyn Dowries, Ann Riley STAFF MEMBERS: Jean Shell, Faye Thomas, Peggy Fields, Betty June Milam, Jackie Inman, Katherine Morton EDITOR: Barbara Goldstein ALABAMIAN STAFF " Wanted: ALABAMIAN members. No experience needed. You are offered splendid opportunities in news and feature reporting, headline writing, photography, circulation, advertising, makeup, typing, and proof-reading. Contact editor. " Approximately sixty Alabama College students responded to this herald to direct their efforts toward a more informative as well as en- tertaining bi-monthly student newspaper on campus. The ALABAMIAN, an important element in voicing student opinion, featured the pro ' s and con ' s of prominent controversial issues in which Alabama College students were actively interested. Special effort was given by the staff to give up-to-date and imme- diate prominent news, as with the publishing of the paper immediately following Elite Night and College Night. A new feature of the ALA- BAMIAN was the popular " Co-ed of the Month " feature story. The ALABAMIAN, a member of the Associated Collegiate Press, strived to raise its ACP National honor rating from second class to first, and it rated honorable mention from judges at the Pi Delta Epsilon national convention held at Cornell University. STAFF MEMBERS: Ann Riley, Katherine Morton, Jean Shell, Terry Langford, Jackie Inman, Peggy Fields, Faye Thomas, Betty June Milam, Billie Moore, Kay Nakada, Stephenie Funk, Elsie Snellgrove. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Barbara Goldstein Associate Editor Bob Murray Sports Editor Daphine Busby, Ken Rochester Reporters Katharine Morton, Margaret Tait, Margaret Ann Shotts, Sue Barbaree, Bennie Miller, Terry Langford, Mildred Jenkins, Judy Graves, Mary Ruth Strock, Sylvia Harris, Pat Harris, Carolyn Moody, Sara Hilton, Clara Jean Cason, Becky Gantt, Robert Blackerby, Luther McGibbony. Make-up Editor Pat Perreault Proof Readers Stephanie Funk, Virginia Wilson BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Laura Belle Norris Advertising Manager Mary Thornton, Peggy Fields, Betty June Milam Circulation Manager Ann Ellis Circulation Staff Ted Fuller, Stephanie Funk, Elsie Snellgrove, Billie Moore, Anna Jean Herron, Carolyn Pinson Typists Stephanie Funk, Delia Davis, Frances Yarbrough, Ann Riley, Jackie Inman, Jean Shell, Robbie Cook, Joyce Chitwood, Marilyn Harris Ann Ellis, Charlie Webster, Mary Charles Jackson, Pat Perreault, Laura Belle Norris, Daphine Busby. DR. J. R. WHITE, Speaker RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK During the week, students had an opportunity to chat with Dr. White PRESIDENT CLARA JEAN CASON THE RELIGIOUS COUNCIL The Religious Council is made up of representatives from the student denominational organizations and a faculty adviser. The purpose of this group is to promote a closer relationship between the students and the church of their choice and to stimulate the religious activities on campus. One of the main activities of this group is to sponsor Religious Emphasis Week. This year Religious Em- phasis was held November 18-20. " A Thermometer vs. a Thermostat " proved to be a stimulating theme for the week. Dr. J. R. White, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Montgomery was the speaker for convoca- tion and counselor for the week. The Alabama College Chorale and Choir presented a lovely program of music for the convocation programs. A discussion group was held during the week to discuss things said in convocation and other religious issues. THE RELIGIOUS COUNCIL MEMBERS: Elizabeth Stewart, Margaret Ann Shotts, Ann Elise Berry, Ann Ellis, Lanell Harwell, Lou Wilson, Amalia Epps. PHYSICAL SCIENCE PHYSICAL SCIENCE Did you know that Alabama College has graduates in research laboratories as well as doctors ' of- fices and medical laboratories all over the U.S.? These are former chemistry majors from our school. Many have entered the field of medicine from Pre-medicine curriculum which is a part of the training received. Courses are offered in General Chemistry and General Physics, as well as the more advanced courses of Organic chemistry, Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis and advanced physics for students studying to become medical technicians, research chemists, dieticians or science teachers. Chemistry students taking advantage of the extensive training offered and the abundant laboratory equipment available for experimentation are well prepared to make their contribution toward the advance- ment of science in this new atomic age. [ 32 ] Interesting classes are offered in Chemistry- Organic Chemistry, " Qual " and " Quan. " ■ . : 1 %A|L?: i V i3 mm .„■■ ' " ' " 7- " ■ " " ■ ■■ -- - __ • P " j H Br twH Hm i W 1 ' " , H i ww i 1 w ' JMH) if i Mr. Kennerly demonstrates in a Physics class. HOME ECONOMICS The Home Economics Department offers many opportunities to any student interes ted in homemaking, whether as a major or non-major. There are courses offered in clothing and textiles, family relations and child development, home management, foods and nutrition, housing and household equipment. The practical experience at the Nursery School and the Home Man- agement House, together with the delightful days of practice teaching, all make for an enjoyable life as a Home Economics major. There are numerous fields into which the graduates enter —teaching, as home demonstration agents, dietetics, retail eco- nomics, and homemaking. The Ivol Spafford Club, made up of Home Economics majors, sponsor the Ten Best Dressed girls at the annual Fashion Show each spring. This year, the members together with the Home Eco- nomics Department were host for " Open House " in which varied table settings and center pieces were presented, economical " meal planning, correct methods of preparing and serving foods, cake decorations, and displays of fabrics were presented in the Home Economics Department, Block Hall. REFINISHING CLASS Individual instruction is given in cooking classes. These girls are working hard to get that suit to fit just right! Don ' t let it burn, girls! B I O L O G Y The Biology Department offers various courses in both the areas of Botany and Zoology. These courses include Bacteriology, Anatomy, Physiology, Embryology, Histology, Genetics, and field Biology, as well as the introductory courses which are designed primarily for the non-major. Opportunities for the Biology major include teaching, public health, medical technology, and re- search, or the student may wish to continue working toward an advanced degree in specialized interest fields. Pre-professional requirements in the field of Biology may be satisfied, including the Pre-medicine curriculum. Each Alabama College student has available to him adequate classroom and laboratory facilities for all courses offered in the Department. Every biology major or minor has the opportunity to become members of the Biology Club. The Biology Department is also affiliated with the national honorary fra- ternity, Beta Beta Beta. Experimentation in comparative anatomy, stimulating muscle tissue with electric shock causing muscle contraction. [ 36 ] Wonder if things are more interesting when seen through a microscope??? Dr. Sharp seems to be very interested in something??? This Biology major looks as if she ' s having fun, doesn ' t she??? [ 37 ] BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION " What ' s your major? " " Why, B.A., of course, " is the answer that many Alabama College students are giving. They are prouder than ever of their department this year for many reasons. Its enrollment is higher than ever before; it has new and more complex equipment which use will better prepare its stu- dents for entering the professional world; and the department has included new courses, such as account- ing, marketing, public finance, advertising, salesmanship, purchasing, and business law in addition to the standard secretarial administration courses. The Business Administration students have organized their own departmental Club and the students plan and sponsor programs throughout the year which not only create interest among the majors but also offer opportunities for the students to meet prominent men in various business fields. An outstanding event sponsored by the Business Administration Department is an annual luncheon participated in by a guest speaker, visitors, and students. [ 38 ] A class in Business Machines. A class in shorthand. SPEECH manager, act, work on staging, lighting, costuming, or properties, and make-up committees. Because all these crews are so necessary and so many people are required to carry on the work of the crews every stu- dent has a chance to participate. " Radio Station WRSD, the Voice of Alabama Col- lege " is operated by the Speech department and many students work there as engineers, announcers, and program directors. Any student may take part in the activities of the Radio Station. The Debate team, debate trips, and discussion tournaments provide the student with even more ex- periences in the field of speech. Zeta Phi Eta and The National Collegiate Players are honorary fraternities sponsored by the Speech De- partment at Alabama College. THE Speech Department is one of the few depart- ments on campus which is able to benefit each stu- dent on campus. Courses are offered in four major fields of speech— Speech Correction, Drama and In- terpretation, Radio and Television, and Rhetoric and Public Address. The Speech Correction majors have a wonderful opportunity to put into practice all the knowledge they have gained in the newly organized Speech and Hearing Clinic. Not only are the " majors " benefited by this area of speech, any student on campus may have speech therapy, if he is in need of it, free of charge. The Drama department gives to every student the opportunity to participate in any phase of the theatre. A student may write scripts, direct plays, be stage The children in the Speech Clinic have fun along with studies and speech correction classes. WRSD Station Manager SUE THOMAS WRSD Station Manager HARVEY FLEMING EDUCATION The Department of Education at Alabama College is constantly striving to improve its program of teacher training. This department operates on the philosophy that people learn best when they have a need for learning. Therefore, we are connecting the theory of education with its practice as it grows out of stu- dent teaching in the Laboratory School. Through a cooperative arrangement with the county Board of Education, the department uses as a laboratory the public schools of Montevallo. These include an elementary school, to which a kindergarten is attached, and a high school that is fully accredited. They afford opportunities for classroom observa- tion and participation, with experienced teachers to direct student teaching. During the past two years the Education Department has been able to offer training and guidance in the area of Audio-visual machines. The Alabama Childhood Education Association and the ASEA are clubs to which those interested in elementary and secondary education belong. A well equipped Nursery School provides for the growth and development of these children. Practice Teaching is such fun???? Wonder where these girls could be going???? Maybe to the Laboratory School to do some teaching. SOCIAL SCIENCE The Social Science Department, familiar to everyone with its little " headquarters " at the corner of the campus, includes many fields of study— economics, geography, history, political science, social science, social work and sociology. Whatever courses students in this field have taken— from freshman history, specialized history, heavy group and case work or writing reports for social science and " econ " classes, feel that they have gained something important— the knowledge of human relations which has become very important in the present complex world. The colorful events sponsored by various divisions of the department— International Relations Club parties, social workers ' annual Christmas boxes and many informal department parties — bind the entire department together with a typical Alabama College atmosphere. The chief coordinator of the department, Dr. John B. Walters, showed his remarkable ability as a teacher, adviser and friend to all in being recently appointed as the acting dean of men students. We take our " hats-off " to Dr. Walters. [ 44 ] Mrs. Whatley is telling someone about her interest- ing marriage course, sounds inviting! The customs of other people are of interest to all students. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Everyone enjoys fun and the physical education department at A.C. is the one to help you have it. Swimming, canoeing, golf, tennis, modern dance, and camping are just a few of the courses offered. Majors graduate with excellent opportunities for careers while non-majors enjoy sports more because of their increased skill. For the boys, baseball, football, and basketball are being added. [ 46 ] Miss Collins instructs a class in Casting. Strike Three!! You ' re out! [ 47 ] PSYCHOLOGY KING HOUSE One of the first things a student realizes in his study of psychology at Alabama College is that it is among the broadest of fields. It ' s content applies to all other fields — not just to psychology itself — and whatever a student ' s major, he will find that taking some psychology courses will prove both interesting and applicable. Among the f elds of psychology in which both general and advanced courses are offered are-, experi- mental, testing, personality, abnormal, child and adolescent, social, clinical and general. In the field of experimental psychology, students gain a basic knowledge of various psychological experiments. Stu- dents in psychology of personality and counseling and guidance make revealing discoveries which are useful in better adjustment of themselves and understanding the actions of others. Correlated with their classroom and lab work, field trips offer psychology students first hand impressions of professional psy- chologists at work in various institutions and organizations. [ 48 ] [ 49 ] MUSIC Calkins Hall, nested among giant oak trees on front campus, opens its French doors not only to stu- dents in the School of Music but to any other interested student on campus. Anyone familiar with Calkins could probably tell that the enrollment doubled this year by listening to the strains of lyric sopranos practicing scales and piano majors diligently working. These hours of hard work paid off when the performing organizations of Chorale (Ladies Choir), Mixed Choir, Opera, Chamber Music, Brass Choir, Woodwind Choir, and Two Piano Ensemble presented their thirty-five full recitals and concerts on campus. ALABAMA COLLEGE CHORALE Those students who toured with the Chorale to Mobile, Tallahassee, and Birmingham and with the Mixed Choir did not see the world as the Navy does, but the fun of last minute stuffing of music in lock- ers and grabbing sack lunches is still fresh in their memories. The College-Church-Community sponsored " Messiah " and it proved very successful for its second year. A stepping-stone in the growth of the Music Department was laid with the enrollment of its first grad- uate student in the School of Music. ART The Alabama College Art Department is a point of departure from which students may move to a better understanding of art as an ever-changing, yet always valid means of expression. This department not only encompasses the offices and classrooms on second floor Comer, but also a " pot " shop on the side of PE Hill. The work of the student is directed rather than dictated and the classes are informal and small so that the students may have individual instruction. Background in art history as well as aesthetic appreciation and the stimulation of creative thought are the objectives in courses such as: basic design, interior decoration, stage design, lettering, commercial design, painting, life drawing from a live model, fashion design, ceramics, mechanical drawing, crafts and three-dimensional design. To augment the regular curricular, the art department brings films, lecturers and exhibitions from all sections of the U.S. L MATHEMATICS The mathematics department, under the direction of Professor Richard C. Anderson, offers the stu- dents of Alabama College a wide variety of mathematical subjects. In addition to a curriculum designed for mathematics majors, the department also offers those math courses required of many pre-professional students of engineering, medicine, dentistry, medical technology, chemistry, business administration, ac- counting, and law. There are few fields of study today on the college level that do not require at least a year of college mathematics, and in the study of sciences, the higher the level of study, the greater the need for higher mathematics. With the tremendous increased national demand for skilled mathematicians for colleges and univer- sities, for business, for industry, and for government service, Alabama College along with other top-flight institutions of higher learning is presently making plans to offer graduate work in mathematics. [ 53 j ENGLISH " What courses does your English Department offer? " " Tons of course, " is our reply. In addition to the required freshman composition and sophomore literature— which includes studies in poetry, short stories and novels— courses which will make you want to explore more advanced courses are offered. Perhaps you lean toward poetry— take your pick of Shakespeare, Chaucer, Milton, and other such courses. Or per- haps you ' ll want creative writing or journalism. Beneficial especially to theatre students we find the su- perb drama courses. Whether your professional call is that of writer, teacher, journalist or participant in other literary professions, you ' ll find educational as well as esthetic value in choosing courses offered by our English Department at Alabama College. [ 54 ] FOREIGN LANGUAGE " Amos, " " amas, " " amat " may sound like Greek to you but to students who have have Latin these words are quite familiar. Similarly students in the Foreign Language Department converse and exchange familiar words and phrases in German, French, and Spanish, the courses offered by the department. Students are urged to learn as much as possible about the history, art, literature, customs, the present systems of government and other phases of Latin American life. The foreign students are an important part of Alabama College life, for it is only through contact with them that North American students may obtain first-hand knowledge of other countries. It is interest- ing as well as wonderful to note that for the first time this year there are foreign men as well as women students. Foreign students talking things over with one of our students, Mary Charles Jackson. [ 55 ] i NOLDS HA MISS ALABAMA COLLEGE The highest honor given to a student on our campus is that of being selected MISS ALABAMA COL- LEGE. The girl is selected by popular vote of the student body and is one whom the students feel the most representative student in personality and achievement. Miss Lois Swindal was selected this year— one can readily see why after once seeing her jubilant spirit and winning smile. Her outstanding record and lead- ership have proven how deserving she is of the honor of being chosen to represent us as MISS ALABAMA COLLEGE. [ 58 ] LOIS SWINDAL A very successful change in Elite Night this year was the decision to have some prominent personality select the top beauties. All campus organizations were asked to sponsor candidates for the beauty sectio n. Fifteen girls of the many who were spon- sored, were chosen by judges during the Elite Night performance. Later, these were sent to Dave Gar- roway and he chose the TOP BEAUTIES for the 1958 MONTAGE beauty section. Senior Elite, Who ' s Who, and Miss Alabama College, and class favorites were selected by the usual method. MISS SUE BEDGOOD A freshman voice major from Montgomery, Alabama, Sue spends her spare moments working with various campus activities, and making friends all along the way while dorm- hopping. [ 61 ] MISS BETTY BOWDON Betty, from Calera, Alabama, and a freshman majoring in Secretarial Science, likes to spend leisure moments talking with other students in the Tea House and taking walks along the President ' s Drive at the end of the day. [ 62 ] MISS JENNIE COTNEY Jennie, a School Music major from Roanoke, Alabama, is usually seen rushing back and forth to Calkins, which she fondly calls her ' second home. ' At other times she may be found serving on the social committee functions, or serving as associate justice of the student court. [ 63 ] MISS GIBBS DANIEL Gibbs, a senior speech therapy major from Clayton, Alabama, though spending most of her time giving therapy in the speech clinic, may be found working hard in the different phases of the College Theatre. [ 64] MISS JACKIE INMAN A junior Business Administration major from Docena, Alabama, Jackie can usually be found in the midst of a bridge game or in the depths of the swimming pool, if not out on the tennis courts. [ 65 ] MISS KAREN MULLINS Though especially fond of modern dancing, versatile Karen, a sophomore Vocational Home Economics major from Enterprise, Alabama, adores to cook, as well as play tennis and softball. [ 66 ] FAVORITES Lois Swindal, Senior Class; Ann Ellis, Senior Class; Shirley Stabler, Junior Class,- Alice Ketchum, Junior Class; Janice Wood, Sophomore Class; Ra- mona Hall, Sophomore Class (not pictured); Christel Ludewig, Freshman Class; Myra Bunn, Freshman Class. [ 67 ] Myra Bunn Christel Ludewig Ann Ellis Alice Ketchum Shirley Stabler £3? Lois Swindal Ramona Hall Janice Wood WHO ' S WHO 1 I Bertha Strock, Barbara Goldstein, Sadera Wallace, Gibbs Daniel, Bonnie Strickland, Anna Elise Berry, Milly Slater, Bertie Bell, Margaret Ann Shotts, Melba Barrentine, Patrica Jones, Yvonne Anderson. [71 ] Yvonne Anderson Anna Elise Berry Milly Slater Melba Barrentine Bonnie Strickland Sadera Wallace Barbara Goldstein Billie Mizzell Bertha Strock o H . ' • - is [ 76 ] SENIOR ELITE Misses Milly Slater, Gibbs Daniel, Yvonne Anderson, Bonnie Strickland, Lois Swindal, Kay Anderson, Sue Thomas, Melba Barrentine, Marcelle Stone, Mary Charles Jackson, Kay Nakada, Sadera Wallace, Martha Lindsey, Mary Gene Marsh, Doris Cunningham, and not pictured, Miss Billie Mizzell. [ 77 ] LINGUIST MARY CHARLES JACKSON SECRETARY KAY ANDERSON [78 ] DIETITIAN MARTHA LINDSEY HOME ECONOMIST MARCELLA STONE THEATRE ARTIST GIBBS DANIEL [79 ] PSYCHOLOGIST GINGER FLOWERS RADIO ARTIST SUE THOMAS MATHEMATICIAN MELBA BARRENTINE HISTORIAN - KAY NaKADA SOCIOLOGIST - lois swindal FASHIONIST - sadera Wallace ARTIST - DORIS CUNNINGHAM SOCIAL CHAIRMAN SADERA WALLACE SOCIAL COMMITTEE The function of the Social Committee is to plan socials such as after dinner coffees, " dress up " din- ners and informal dances in order to give students some relaxation and planned recreation. These are the tasks of the Social Chairman, along with the dormitory social chairmen. The Social Committee is to be congratulated on its well planned schedule of activities for this year. LEFT TO RIGHT: Amalia Epps, Terry Langford, Lou Wilson, Barbara Walker, Carolyn Broadaway, Pat Kelly, Jenny Cotney. [ 83 ] SOCIAL LIFE Speak! °9°fs putnik . e social gra ces [ 84 ] SOCIAL LIFE Open for inspection [ 85 ] ' Country Club ' crowd ©v_i Gra byor epartner „ W Ted didn ' t make it to the dance Allemande left [ 86 ] All dressed up and ready to go Disagree, Flea? [ 87 ] The day they forgot to turn the water off! n •v-r PURPLE LEADER AND ASSISTANT LEADER Lois Swindal and Ann Ellis CHEERLEADERS Joyce Willis Barbara Wood Marlene Rowell Ardis Ruth Powers PURPLE CABINET Barbara Wood, Marlene Rowell, Jo Ann Morris, Jennie Cothney, Ardis Ruth Powers, Joyce Willis, Elsie Snellgrove, Barbara Goldstein, Sadera Wallace, Ann Riley, Lou Wilson, Frances Yarborough, Beckie Gantt, Patty Talley, Mimi Kaley, Pat Summerlin, Ann Ellis, Jann Sabinn, Yvonne Anderson, Kay Anderson, Sherrie Rabron, Barbara White, James O ' Neil, Mary Charles Jackson, Annette Niven, and Lois Swindal. COLLEGE NIGHT " College Night is more than the sum of several weeks ' activity; it is the embodiment of teamwork, loyalty, and de- votion to Alabama College. " College Night productions by the Purple and Gold sides are a part of Alabama College ' s annual Homecoming activities held during the weekend in February nearest George Washington ' s birthday. It is held at this time each year because some 39 years ago, skits were produced in the college dining room by the women students in observance of Washington ' s birthday. Since then College Night has grown into 2 full scale music, art, drama productions of three nights playing to packed Pal- mer auditorium audiences. The plays presented by the student body divided into two sides are student written, directed, and produced. GOLD LEADER AND ASSISTANT LEADER Bonnie Strickland and Andy Berry CHEERLEADERS Jane Rice Jo Veal Linda Sparkman Carol Butler GOLD CABINET Linda Sparkman, Bonnie Strickland, Andy Berry, Jo Veal Jane Rice, Bertha Masterson, Mary K. Wilson, Bob Murray, Liz Edwards, Barbara Maul, Sophie Henschel, Lola Cooke, Carolyn Posey, Ted Fuller, Katherine Morton, Jimmy Stanton, Barbara Jones, Betty Lou Stain, Beverly Cooper, Beverly Funkaburk, Gene McCutcheon, Judy Cane, Betty Baker, Sandra Ward, Milly Slater, Margaret Ann Shotts, Rosalind Reed. PURPLE PRODUCTION The Purple production, " The Itch to Hitch or Wives by the Fives, " was set in 1850 in a Mormon com- munity in Utah. The plot evolves around an old Mormon, Gabe Bridger, and his five wives. Gabe tries to convince Priddy Meek, a young drummer who drifts into the community, that " married life is a grand way of living, " especially when five wives are allowed. A delightful musical production along with the humorous incidents made for a Purple victory. THE ITCH TO HITCH OR WIVES BY THE FIVES Ir. Meek, you ' ve forgotten all the good things five women could do fer you! " " Choose your partners and lose some pounds. ' GOLD PRODUCTION The Gold production " The Benfords are my Kinfolks, " was essential a comedy sprinkled with tragedy, showing the ruinous effects of a social climbing woman who empties the coffers and smokehouse of her store-keeping husband to help her kinfolks, a hopeless poor-relations. THE BENFORDS ARE MY KINFOLKS " Mary Lee, won ' t you give me just a swallow of ya coke?? " " Boss, this here pore old hand is nigh on to useless. " -•Bbss t ' HP Anything from archery to football — AC has it. We ' ve always had active intramurals in volley ball, Softball, and basketball, but this year with our being co-educational we not only have football intramurals, BUT we now have intercollegiate basketball and baseball teams! Basketball games were played with Birmingham Southern and Howard and baseball with a 10 game schedule (the new baseball field is practically finished). We have sports facilities galore suited to every type interest — archery range, softball field, basketball courts, 10 tennis courts, indoor-outdoor swimming, golf (and a brand new golf course in addition to the older course) and volleyball courts. However, we must not forget our 28 acre lake providing fishing and canoeing fun. I " ° J .. ' :.« [ 98 ] [ 99 ] WVE5 WEEK N. DRIVES WEEK Drives Week on the campus of Alabama College is an annual event promising to the students and faculty an op- portunity to give to their favorite charity. The Drives Week Committee decides on the various activities to be held dur- ing the week so that the students enjoy pleasures while donating. Getting the week under way, a parade with band and majorettes is held. The Sociology Club has the County Fair; the faculty and students are rivels in a volley ball and bas- ketball game with a cake walk held during time outs; a car wash is held. Another activity used this year was a party in Napier with admission prices going to the charities. Skit night and senior auction, with the seniors selling their serv- ice is always a favorite event. Probably the most popular activity is Surpressed Desires Day when the students do whatever happens to be their hearts desire— at a price of course. A list of charitible or- ganizations is voted on and the largest amounts goes to the three top ones. However, the others also are given a donation. SENIOR JUNIOR BOY ' S [ 103 ] SOPHOMORE SENIOR AUCTION PARADE PARADE N nv- § - : C ' « ' ■■ • ■ , «• CLASS OFFICERS: President, Lois Swindal; Vice-President, Edith Wilmer, Secretary, Sherry Rabren ; Treasurer, Sophie Hentchel. SENIOR CLASS HOUSE COUNCIL: President, Marcella Stone Others: Marcile Baxter, Carol Jean Roberts, Elizabeth Bowden TUTWILER DORMITORY Our Senior reign is ended — and with its ending came a heart full of memories that we will cherish always. We ' ve worked hard for four years to obtain the coveted honors which are synonymous with being a Senior. Founder ' s Day, caps and gowns, life in Tutwiler Hall, marching, Crook Day, and Graduation Day, all just words to us before, have now become memories. With our diplomas in hand and a mixture of sadness and joy in our hearts, we leave — more ma- ture,- much wealthier in the richness of friends and experiences than we were four years ago. We go from this place better prepared to contribute our individual shares toward making the world a better place to live. MRS. DOROTHY ROHRER, Housemother LUCY KAY ANDERSON— Oxford, Ala.; Business Administra- tion; Baptist Student Union; Executive Council; College Night Cabinet; Bus. Adm. Club; House Council; Ten Best Dressed; Student Court; Ushers Club; Senior Elite, Secretary. YVONNE ANDERSON— Vinemont, Ala.; Elementary Educa- tion; Alabama Student Education Association; A.C.E.; Theater Council; Baptist Student Union; Executive Coun- cil; College Night; Y.W.A.; W.R.S.D. JUANITA BARNES— Clayton, Alabama; Vocational Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club; Ushers Club. MELBA JEAN BARRENTINE— Berry, Ala.; Chemistry and Math; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Student Senate; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties; House Council; Summer School S.G .A. MARTHA LUCILLE BAXTER— Chatom, Ala.; Vocational Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club; Alabamian Staff; House Council; Baptist Student Union, Council; College Night. RAMONA DODD BECK— Montevallo, Ala.; Vocational Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club; Senate; Orchesis. BIRDIE ELIZABETH BELL— Bessemer, Ala.; Physical Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; Baptist Student Union; Executive Council; Beta Beta Beta; College Night; Kappa Delta Pi; Freshman Class Favorite; Lambda Sigma Pi; President of Student Government Association. ANNE ELISE BERRY— Caruthersville, Mo.; Physical Education; Beta Beta Beta; College Night, Asst. Gold Leader; Executive Council; Kappa Delta Pi; Lambda Sigma Pi; Y.W.C.A. Student Senate; Chief Justice Student Court; Orchesis. MARGARET ANN BLALOCK— Warrior, Ala.; Physical Educa- tion; College Night; Pres. Physical Ed. Club; S.C.A.; Fire Marshal; Softball Counselor of Recreation Association. PENCIE ELIZABETH McDONALD BOWDIN; Samson, Ala.; Vocational Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club; Senior House Council; Montage Staff; Wesley Foundation Coun- cil; Pi Tau Chi; Omicron Nu. CAROLYN BROADAWAY— Clayton, Ala.; Biology; Biology Club; Chairman of Elite Night; WRSD; Tutwiler Social Chairman; Alpha Epsilon Rho; B.S.U.; House Council. BETTY RAY BROWN— Cullman, Ala.; Social Work; President Sociology Club; Senate; Montage Staff; College Night; Mu Delta Alpha; Summer ' 57 House Council; Wesley Foundation. BEVERLY ANN BURKHALTER— Verbena, Ala.; Elementary Education; Y.W.A.; A.S.E.A.; House Council; College Night; Ushers Club; Alumnae Daughters; Assistant Editor of Montage; B.S.U. Executive Council. ANTHONEY RUSSELL CAINE, JR.— Wilton, Ala.; Music; Mixed Chorus; Brass Choir; Opera Workshop; Phi Alpha Mu; International Relations Club. RUBY FAYE CARMICHAEL— Mobile, Ala.; Business Education; Business Manager of Montage; College Night; Bus. Adm. Club; Senate; Ushers Club. CLARA JEAN CASON — Montgomery, Ala.; English; College Night; Alabamian Staff; Baptist Student Union, Execu- tive Council, State Executive Council; Montag e Staff; English Club; Y.W.C.A. LOLA EUGENiA COOKE— Irondale, Ala.; Business Administra- tion; College Night; House Council; Executive Council; Pi Tau Chi; President Student Christian Association; Theater Council. BEVERLY JANE COOPER— Sanford, Fla.; Physical Education; P.E. Club; College Night; Baptist Student Union; Soft- ball Counselor for Recreation Association. DORIS CUNNINGHAM— Montevallo, Ala.; Art; Art Club; Kappa Pi; College Night; Southeastern Art Assoc.; International Relations Club. HELEN GIBBS DANIEL— Clayton, Ala.; Speech Correction; Pi Tau Chi; College Night; Class Favorite; Zeta Phi Eta; Theatre Council; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; National Collegiate Players; WRSD Staff; Montage Staff, Copy Editor; Debate Squad; House Council, Pres. MARION LOUISE DAVIDSON— Helena, Ala.; Elementary Education; College Night; F.T.A.; Orchesis; Ramsay House Council; Y.W.C.A.; Montage Staff; B.S.U.; Ushers Club. MELVYN ANN DEAN— Evergreen, Ala.; Vocational Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club; College Night; Wesley. LYNN DeLOACH — Birmingham, Ala.; Business Education; College Night; Montage Staff; Business Administration Club. SARA FAYE DICKINSON— Goodwater, Ala.; Vocational Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club. CHARLOTTE PRITCHETT DONNENWIRTH— Andalusia, Ala.; Biology; Physical Education Club; College Night; Presi- dent Ushers Club; Wesley Council; Orchesis; Biology Club. MARTHA ANN ELLIS— Jasper, Ala.; Physical Education; Alabarnian Staff, Circulation Manager; Phi Tau Chi; Montage Staff; Senior Favorite; College Night, Asst. Purple Leader,- Elite Night; Senate. GWENDOLYN LOUISE FARR— Colurtibiana, Ala.; History; College Night; Chorale; Sociology Club; Montage, House Council; Wesley; International Relations Club. DOROTHY CLARK FLOWERS— Montgomery, Ala.; Counseling and Guidance; College Night, Writer; College Theater; Alabarnian Staff; Montage Staff; Pi Delta Epsilon; Mu Delta Alpha; Senior Elite, Psychologist. AMELIA JANE FROST— Calera, Ala.; Vocational Home Eco- nomics; Ivol Spafford Club; Ushers Club; College Night. BEVERLY RUTH FUNDABURK— Luverne, Ala. ; Physical Edu- cation; Senate; Social Committee; Physical Education Club; College Night Cabinet; Theatre Council; House Council; Alabarnian Staff; Recreation Board, Volleyball Counselor. GRACE MARY GAUOUR— Cut Off, La.; Physical Education; P.E Club; Sec. Newman Club; A.C. Choir. BARBARA LULA GOLDSTEIN— Lincoln, Ala.; Social Work; Treasurer of Soph. Class; Sociology Club; Pi Delta Epsilon; Lambda Sigma Pi; College Night Cabinet- College Theatre; Alabamian Staff, Editor; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; S.G.A. Executive Council; S.G.A. Social Committee Elite Night. SADIE DEWEESE HAINES— Eldridge, Ala.; Speech Correction; Zeta Phi Eta; Theater Council; National Collegiate Players; Ushers Club; College Night; House Mother and Tutor of Speech and Hearing Clinic; Senate. DENNYE JEAN WINN HARPER— Goodsprings, Ala.; Business Education; College Night; Business Administration Club. EMILY LANELL HARWELL— Georgiana, Ala.; English; Baptist Student Union, Executive Council, Pres.; Y.W.C.C; Eng- lish Club; College Night; Montage Staff, Copy Editor; Asst. Head Usher, Chorale. SOPHIE ANN HENTSCHEL— Mount Vernon, Ala,; Business Administration; Wesley Council Representative; Usher Club; Vice-President Junior Class; Treasurer Senior Class; Y.W.C.A.; Montage Business Staff. MARY CHARLES JACKSON— Mobile, Ala.; Foreign Lang- uages; Business Administration Club; College Night; Pi Delta Epsilon; A.S.E.A.; Chorale; Asst. Editor of Tower; Alabamian Staff; Senior Elite, Linguist. ASHLEY COLLINS JETER, JR.— Montevallo, Ala.; History. NINA SUMMERFORD JOHNSON— Montevallo, Ala.; Voca- tional Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club. PATRICIA LOIE JONES— Selma, Ala.; English; M.u Delta Alpha; Lambda Sigma Pi, President; Senate, Vice-Pres.; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; A.A.U.W. Award; Occhesis. FREDA LOUISE KENDRICK— Montevallo, Ala.; Institutional Home Economics; Ivol Spafford; Dietitics Club, Pres.; College Night. MARTHA ELIZABETH LI NDSEY— Littleton, Ala.; Institutional Home Economics; Senior Elite, Dietitian,- Ivol Spafford Club; International Relations Club; A.C. Chorale; College Night; WRSD Staff. CHARLOTTE LEE McGINNIS— Summerville, Ga.; Vocational Home Economics; Ivol Spafford Club; WRSD; College Night Cabinet. MARY GENE MARSH— Montgomery, Ala.; Biology; Senior Elite, Biologist; Biology Club; College Night; Pi Delta Epsilon,- Montage Editor. DOROTHY CAROLYN MARTIN— Clanton, Ala.; Elementary Education; Y.W.A.; A.C.E.; College Night; A.S.E.A. ORPHA SUE MELTON— Decatur, Ala.; Vocational Home Eco- nomics; Ivol Spafford Club; College Night. BILLIE JOYCE MIZZELL— Sylacauga, Ala.; Music. KEIKO NAKADA — Tokyo, Japan; History; International Rela- tions Club; Alabamian; College Night; Senior Elite for History; English Club; Chorale; Newman ' s Club. BOBBYE JEANETTE NORMAN— Luverne, Ala.; Physical Edu- cation; P.E. Club; College Night; WRSD. MARY ANN NORMAN — Johnson City, Tenn.; Counseling and Guidance; WRSD Staff; Chorale; College Night Cabinet; Alabamian Staff, Editorial Staff; Soph. House Council; Pi Delta Epsilon; English Club; Freshman Favorite. MARY ANN PETERS— Monroe, Go.; Physical Education; Or- chesis; Physical Ed. Club; College Night; Ushers Club; Lambda Sigma Pi; Wesley; Chief Justice; Pres. Soph. Class; Student Court. SHIRLEY FAYE PIKE— Sylacauga, Ala.; Physical Education; College Night; College Theatre; Physical Education Club; B.S.U.; Recreation Board. EMILY DEAN POLLARD— Daphne, Ala.; Physical Education; Orchesis; P.E. Club; College Night; Recreation Board. CAROLYN POSEY— Siluria, Ala.; A.C. Chorale; College Night; College Theater Council; Music Club; B.S.U.; International Relations Club. ARDIS RUTH POWERS— Selma, Ala.; Elementary Education; College Night; Art Club; Elite Night; Class Favorite; Recreation Association Treasurer; FT. A.; A.C.E.; B.S.U. NORMA SHERRY RABREN— Red Level, Ala.; Business Admini- stration; Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha Sigma; Secretary Junior Class; Secretary Senior Class; WRSD Staff; Busi- ness Administration Club, V-Pres., Pres.; College Night. LOUISE GOLDEN REID— Montevallo, Education. Elementary CAROL JEAN ROBERTS — Birmingham, Ala.; Vocational Home Economics; House Council; Ivol Spafford Club; Treas. of Tutwiler House Council; Golf Tournament; Social Com- mittee; College Night; Elite Night; Montage Staff. JANNETTE SABINE — Bradenton, Fla.; Counseling and Gui- dance; College Night Cabinet; Pi Delta Epsiion; Or- chesis; Alabamian Editorialist; Tower Editor; Theatre Council; English Club. MARGARET ANN SHOTTS— Tuscaloosa, Ala.; English; Lambda Sigma Pi; Mu Delta Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi, Pres.; Col- lege Night; Senate; Freshman Advisor; Elite Night; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; F.T.A.; Religious Council; Alabamian Staff; Chorale,- Wesley President. MILLY HILLIARD SLATER— Dayton, Ala.; English; Pi Epsilon Delta; Pres. Pi Delta Phi; Executive Council; Lambda Sigma Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; Pres. College Theatre; Pres. Student Senate; Alabamian Staff; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; College Night Writer; Senior Elite, Writer. DAN LEE SMITH — Gadsden, Ala.; Sociology,- International Relations Club; Sociology Club. FAYE WYNELL SASSER SMITH— Montgomery, Ala.; Business Administration; College Night; Montage Staff; Business Administration Club; Treas. Ramsay House Council; Pi Delta Epsilon; International Relations Club. MARY ELIZABETH STEWART— Marion, Ala.; Biology; Alpha Lambda Delta; Beta Beta Beta; Senate; Religious Coun- cil; College Night; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROSE MARIE STEWART— Helena, Ala.; Elementary Education; Orchesis; College Night; Senate; A.S.E.A.; Ushers Club; Y.W.A. MARCELLA STONE — Pine Apple, Ala.; Vocational Home Eco- nomics; Pres. Inter-House Council; Alabamian Staff; Senior Elite, Home Economist; B.S.U.; College Night; Senate. BONNIE RUTH STRICKLAND — Birmingham, Ala.; Physical Education; College Night, Gold Leader; Vice-President Theatre Council; Y.W.C.A.; WRSD Staff; Senior Elite, Sportswoman; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Lambda Delta; Vice-Pres. Kappa Delta Pi; Lambda Sigma Pi; Elite Night, Favorite; P.E. Club. BERTHA NELL STROCK — Mt. Creek, Ala.; Social Science; Kappa Delta Pi; Alabamian Staff; English Club; Vice- Pres.; Executive Council; Mu Delta Alpha; College Night. NANCY JEAN STROUD— Toney, Ala.,- English; B.S.U.; Col- lege Night; WRSD Staff; Ushers Club; Y.W.C.A.; Chorale; Calkins Music Club. LOIS MARIE SWINDAL— Bessemer, Ala.; Social Work; Vice- Pres. Freshman Class; Student Court; A. C. Chorale; WRSD; Pres. Junior Class; College Night Cabinet, and Purple Leader; Junior and Senior Class Favorite; Miss Alabama College; Lambda Sigma Pi; Pres. Senior Class. SUE THOMAS — Slocomb, Ala.; General Speech and Drama- tics; Manager WRSD; House Council; Zera Phi Eta; Alpha Epsilon Rho; College Night; B.S.U.; Senior Elite, Radio Artist; Y.W.C.A.; Executive Council; National Collegiate Players; A.S.E.A.; Theatre Council. OLENE RUTLEDGE TRAWICK— Uniontown, Ala.; Business Edu- cation; Business Administration Club; College Night. FRANCES SADERA WALLACE— Marion Junction, Ala.; Retail Economics; S.G.A. Social Chairman; Senior Elite, Fashionist; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities; Recreation Board; Ten Best Dressed for 1956- 57; Pres. Retail Club; College Night Cabinet; Ivol Spaf- ford Club; Lambda Sigma Phi; Theatre Council. SANDRA ANN WARD— Birmingham, Ala.; English; Alpha Lambda Delta; A.C. Chorale; Alumni Daughters; Sec. Student Court; Religious Council; College Night; Wesley. HUBERT DARRELL WHITE— Robertsdale, Ala.; History; Soc. Science Club; Men ' s Senate. EDITH MARIE WILMER— Ashland, Ky„- Physical Education; College Night; P.E. Club; Basketball Counselor for Rec- reation Assoc.; Vice-Pres. Senior Class,- B.S.U.; S.C.A. CAROLYN WILSON— Mount Olive, Ala.; Elementary Educa- tion; A.C.E.; College Night; A.S.E.A. MATTIE LOUISE WILSON— Munford, Ala.; History; A.C.E.;. College Theatre; College Night Cabinet; Treas. Junior Class; Recreation Association; Social Chairman Y.W.C.A.; Religious Council; House Council; Westminister Fellow- ship; F.T.A. MARY KATHRYN YOUNG— Centerville, Ala.; Music. Not Shown: Mabel Jean Davis — Art Sally Johnson Roberts — History Joseph Ralph Taylor — English [ H7 ] James i. Reed, Jr. Post-Graduate Student Norman Jerome Hair Graduate Student Lea Calheiros de Carvalho Special Student Mary Jacqualine Greene Irregular Student Stanley Michael Mahan, Sr. Irregular Student [ 118 ] NOT SHOWN: Post-Graduate Students: Robert Eugene Hawkins Edith Grady Graduate Students: Carolyn Baker Edfeldt Beulah Gilliland Whaley Special Students: Vincent Candela Otacileo Feijo DeMello Norman Helen Ferguson Plant Irregular Students: Maryalice Ballentine Gwendolyn Bush Lonnie Cecil Dennis Mildred Whitman Harris Cora Lee Haywood Carlos Edvardo Pacanins Mary Ellen Priestley Thomas S. Slaughter Marjorie Glasgow Thiemonge " Most Honorable SENIORS " I am not Amused! Once we were lowly Juniors! Is that you Posey??? Hooray — we found ' the Crookl Boy, we had a party!! CLASS OFFICERS: President, Patty Talley,- Vice-President, Barbara White; Secretary, Alice Ketchum; Treasurer, Hazel Cook. HOUSE COUNCIL: President: Mary Helen Capell; Others, Jane Graham, Elizabeth McHenry, Laura Norris, Terry Langford. This Junior year ' s excitement and the students far flung imagination excel those two previous years beyond all doubts. We ' ve finally reached the stage on campus of " being a Junior! " What fun we ' ve had. Who but this class would ever muster enough cour- age to be constant hecklers of our honorable Seniors? We ' ve known the satisfaction of a highly successful Junior weekend, our third joyous Col- lege Night and all the boistrous excite- ment of election time when our class became the first to usher into office a male student for student govern- ment president. Now, we ' ve gone through our day of endurance, Crook Day, which was a trial to prove our ability as seniors, which we hope to be next year, — and we truly showed ourselves, the Juniors approved. Housemother: MRS. MARSHALL JUNIOR CLASS RAMSEY DORMITORY ROW 1 — Albright, Judith Faye ; Anton, Martha Jo] Baskin, Ruth A.; Birchfield, Klarien Day; Bishop, Louise Jeanette. ROW 2 — Caine, Lois Kuykendall; Capell, Mary Helen; Cauthen, Wanza Lois; Cook, Hazel Ann,- Cook, Robbie Frye. ROW 3 — Cotney, Sara Jennie,- Cottingham, Charles Marvin; Couch, Robert Hill; Creel, Roma Evelyn; Cummings, Emagene. ROW 4 — Downes, Carolyn Elouise,- Faucett, Myre ; Fields, Peggy Joyce,- Fuller, Ted Allen; Ganti ' , Rebecca Chandler. ROW 5 — Grady, Peggy J ' une ; Graham, Jane,- Gross, Johnnie Frances; Harden, Mar- garet Sue; Hewston, Lena Jane. [ 122 ] ROW 1 — Hodges, Patricia Gaye; Inman, Sarah Jacolyn; Kaley, Miriam Hilma; Ketchum, Alice Ann; Lane, Margurite Cecelia. ROW 2 — Langford, Terry; Lovelady, Milton Charles ; Lyles, Jessie M.ae ; McBee, Alice Marlene,- McCutchen, Mary Gene. ROW 3 — McHenry, Elizabeth Mae ; McKinney, Doris Ann; Masterson, Bertha Leigh; Maul, Barbara Anne,- Milam, Betty June. ROW 4 — Moor, Lucille,- Moore, Billie; Morris, Jo Ann,- Murray, Bob; Myers, Thelma Ruth. ROW 5 — Norris, Laura Belle; Palmer, Nolan Jack; Parrish, Jane ; Peake, Margaret Edna ; Peete, Tommie Varnell. [ 123 ] ROW 1 — Perreault, Patricia Hammond; Queen, Elizabeth Ann; Ratliff, Dorothy Ann; Rei d, William Earl; Rice, Jane Armistead. ROW ' 2 — Rice, William Philip,- Riley, Mary Ann,- Sexton, Jerry Nadine; Shell, Frankie Jean- Shirley, Neal. ROW 3 — Shewbart, Patricia Ann; Sims, Llewellyn; Snellgrove, Elsie; Stabler, Shirley Jo ; Swann, Frances Sue. ROW 4 — Talley, Patty Elizabeth; Thomas, Anna Faye; Thrasher, Shirley Faye ; Turner, Barbara Jean; Venable, Jane Louise. ROW 5 — Webb, Mary Joann ; Weems, Herbert A.; West, Lorna Marie; White, Barbara Ann; White, Rosalind Morris. [ 124 ] ROW 1 — Whitten, Patsy; Wilder, Mary Charlotte,- Wilson, Betty Joyce; Wilson, Mary Katharine; Word, Olive LaRue. ROW 2 — Yarbrough, Charlotte; Yarbrough, Frances. NOT SHOWN: Ciriaco Rafael Avila; Robert Elbert Bowden, III; John Floyd Gay, III Leonard Andy Herrmann,- Polly Dean Holliday; Willie Duane Johnson Gwendolyn Massey Lamon; Martha Jean Lanham; Patsy Leona McAliley Kathlyn Jane McGlown,- Mary K. Cox Mahone; John Gilbert Olive; Herman B. Peters; Carrie Alice Robertson,- Marvalin Moore Stephens; Mary Joyce Thackerson. 125 ] CLASS OFFICERS: President, Janice Wood; Vice-President, Karen Mullins; Secretary, Pam Sumner; Treasurer, Verna Cook. HOUSE COUNCIL: President, Celeste Parker; others, Amalid Epps, Jeanette Crew, Jo Anrr Mynard. Your sophomore year may signify to you at first just another step toward the coveted goal of senior; but when you actually become a sophomore you are hit with the realization that it is one the most wonderful years of your college career. Your second year in college is a very busy one, because sophomores do all the jobs that freshmen don ' t know how to do and seniors and juniors don ' t have time to do. Then there ' s always that studying that must be done .... you ' ll not forget the midnight oil that was burned studying for that Lit. test. Being a sophomore brings to mind a number of things. For the men it is the first full year in Napier. For the women it is the fun of planning and attending campus parties. . . . especially the Freshman-Sophomore Weekend! It ' s the joy of really being a part of College Night and working hard for that Gold or Purple Victory. It ' s the excitement and the joy of see- ing Hanson ' s flag waving proudly over the fieldhouse. By way of definition you might say that your sophomore year is a year of bull sessions and gab fests, a year of parties and studying and most of all a year of working and playing as friends and as a class. Housemother, MRS. POSEY SOPHOMORE CLASS HANSON DORMITORY fi HfT ig m H| ROW 1 — Adams, Charles Austin; Allen, Charles L; Angele, Christiane; Ashburn, Re- becca; Austin, Mable Loyall; Barbaree, Mary Sue. ROW 2 — Brown, Betty Barnes; Bass, Grace Richmond; Benton, Frances Marie; Berry; Sara Lou; Blackmon, Mary Elizabeth; Blankenship, Lael. ROW 3 — Bohannon, James Arthur; Bostick, Charles Wesley; Bowden, Bonnie Jean,- Bryant, Priscilla Gail; Burham, Susan Wells; Busby, June Daphine. ROW 4 — Butler, Helen Carole; Capell, June Swanson,- Carter, Janera; Chandler, Carlon Melvin,- Chitwood, Joyce Marie; Chowdhry, Amarjett Singh. ROW 5 — Chumley, Tommie Sue; Clark, Flora Mae; Collum, Betty Jean; Colmenares, Rafael Olegario,- Cook, Verna Mae; Cooper, Arnold Edward. ROW 6 — Cooper, James WilHam, Jr.; Cope, Norma Jean; Crawford, Pattie Jean; Crew, Dewey Jeanette; Daniels, Judith Wana ; Davis, Angelyn Jelaine. [ 128 ] ufrfci 111 J ROW 1 — Davis, Delia Gertrude; Day, John Robert; Dennis, Donald; Durant, Elizabeth Lyda; Durden, Francia Joanna; Earnest, Betty Jean. ROW 2 — Edwards, Jeanette; Edwards, Mary Elizabeth; Eppes, Amalia Scott; Fancher, Douglas Burton,- Finch, Charlotte Craven,- Findlay, Elizabeth Jean. ROW 3 — Fleming, Harvey Allen, Jr.; Fleming, Mary Gene; Gaddy, Jerry Lee; Garrett, Arthur Randolph, Jr.; Golson, Frances Louise; Gomez, Hilda Alta. ROW 4 — Grant, Mary Ellen,- Greene, Emily Elizabeth; Hall, Peggy Christine; Hall, Ramona Ann,- Hamrick, William Edwin; Hamn, Frances Joyce. ROW 5 — Harmon, Judith Pierce,- Harris, Patricia Ann ; Harris, Shirley Ann; Harrison, Robert Earl; Hauge, Sonja Christine; Henley, Bonnie Elaine. ROW 6 — Heron, Mary Ann; Herrod, Patricia Suzanne,- Herron, Anna Jean,- Higgins, Jade Elizabeth; Hill, James Wallace; Hill, Shirley Ann. [ 129 ] ROW 1 — Hoffman, Clyde L averne,- Holly, William Harris; Jones, Martha; Jones, William Raymond; Jury, Patricia Elaine,- Kidd, Mary Lucas. ROW 2 — Kornegay, Nancy Carolyn; LaBorde, Laura Bell; Langford, Shirley Ann,- Larrimore, Jean Young; Lett, Barbara Ann; Lewis, Carol Ann. ROW 3 — Lewis, Martha Jane,- Linholm, Myra Dean; Long, Betty Joan; McClinton, James Wilson,- McGaughy, Carolyn Lee ; McKee, Sylvia Ruth. ROW 4 — McKenzie, Julia Elizabeth; Martin, Barbara Jeanette,- Martin, Billye Jon,- Martin, Cynthia; Mauldin, Carolyn Jeanette,- Melton, Jerry Ann. ROW 5 — Merritt, Mary Gene; Menzies, Cora Prudence,- Miller, Christopher Benjamin,- Mink, Joanne Harriet,- Mooney, William Joe,- Morgan, Margaret Ann. ROW 6 — Morgan, Margaret Elizabeth; Morgan, Scarlett Louise; Morton, Rosa Kath- erine,- Mullican, Gloria Deanna,- Mullins, Karen,- Mynard, Jo Anne. [ 130 J ROW 1 — Neely, Evelyn Hope; Nevin, Annette Price,- O ' Neil, Martha G. ; Parker, Martha Celeste; Patrick, Roger Smith; Patrick, Shelby Horton. ROW 2 Patterson, lla Ann ; Pharris, Darrol Irving; Pittard, Frances; Price, Loretta Merle,- Pugh, Dorothy Ann; Quails, Billie Lucille. ROW 3 — Quillian, Sylvia Olga ; Rabby, Mildred Joan; Rabon, Judy Anne; Ratliff, Peggy Lou; Ray, Lois Anne; Reaves, Margaret Ann. ROW 4 — Reed, Rosalind; Riddle, Elizabeth Joyce; Robinson, Gloria Jaynelle; Rogers, Joanne; Rowe, Carol Gwendolyn,- Rowell, Marlene. ROW 5 — Scott, Naomi Lee ; Shadrick, Mildred Christine,- Shelton, Herman Rayford; Shipp, Etta Lou,- Skeen, Alma Gynelle; Smith, John Malcolm. ROW 6 — Smith, Sara Anne; Sparkman, Linda Sue,- Stain, Elizabeth Lee,- Stanton, James Edwin; Stephens, Margery Elaine; Stephens, Martha Jane. [ 131 ] ROW 1 Stevens, Mary Catherine; Strock, Mary Ruth; Summer, Pamela Earle ; Sykes, Cynthia Susan; Tait, Margaret Louise; Thomas, Horace Franklin. ROW 2 — Thomas, Patricia,- Thompson, Peggy Neal; Thornhill, Faye Lee; Todd, Shirley Wayne; Trest, Frances Adelle,- Trimble, Margaret Carole. ROW 3 — Troup, Velma Adah; Turner, Lottie Rhoades; Turner, Ann Wynette; Turney, Frances Jean; Tyson, Dainie Levaughn; Van der Marel, Arend Hohannes. ROW 4 — Veal, Myrtis Jo; Walker, Barbara Jean; Walton, Lena Raye; Walton, Lula Faye; Walton, Thomas Andy,- Webster, William Charles. ROW 5 — Wharton, Sara Frances; Williams, Willie Ruth; Wilmer, Catherine Ruth; Wood, Barbara Lemoyn; Wood, Janice Marion; Young, Clara Elizabeth. ROW 6 — Zucco, Joyce Maxine. NOT SHOWN: Mary Harris Allen,- Norman Eugene Brymer; June Carolyn Carder- Jimmy Garth Cartee; Richard David Cooper; George Allen Desmond; Henry Chapman Dill; Eugenia Dodd; Henry Ausborn Emfinger; Mary Elizabeth Faucett; James Alton Findley; Ramona Elizabeth Frost; Barbara Ann Jones,- Harriett Louise Kendrick; Bettie Faye LeGrand; Milton Charles Lovelady, Jr.; Harold Gene McDowell; Luther McGiboney, Jr.; Lucille Moor; Billie Jean Moore,- Douglas Eugene Morris,- Shirley Morris; Robert C. Murray; Nolan Jack Palmer,- Robbie Jane Parrish; William Earl Reid; Joan McKinney Rhodes; William Phillips Rice,- Hugh Frank Riddle,- Mary Katherine Riley,- Jane Hazel Salter; David Monroe Sayers, Jr.; Bobby Ray Shaw; Phillip R. Shelton,- Ira Lee Walker; Beauford Clinton Watson; Mary Joanne Webb; Herbert A. Weems; Joyce Annette Willis; Bette Joyce Wilson- Curtis Norman Ziegler. [ 132 ] How about a lift, Chris? Which twin has the Toni? look — I ' m engaged! Oh, how graceful! CLASS OFFICERS: President, Nan Jackson; Vice-President, Chistel Ludewig; Secretary, Mary Thornton,- Treasurer, Judy Graves. HOUSE COUNCIL: Susan Parker, Terry Henry, Pat Kelly, Shirley Baker. HOUSEMOTHER: MRS. EDGERTON FRESHMAN CLASS On September 15, the Freshman Class of 1957- ' 58 stormed the campus of Alabama College. This life as a student was a new and thrilling, though some- what frightening, experience for the approximately three hundred freshmen. Their arrival and distribution of " belongings " in Napier and Main was followed by an excited week of freshman orientation and registration. All the " free time " of this new class was filled with drinking cokes at the Tea House, becoming acquainted with Palmer, the Field House, the Library and other buildings on the campus. One of the most memorable events in the life of any resident of Main is the weary blast of the fire whistle at one o ' clock in the morning and the feel of the freezing tin as she whisks down the fire escape. The first class organization came in November with Freshman rallies and elections. At Christmas the Freshman class had its first recognition by upper classes when they participated in the Step-Sing on " Tut " lawn. " Stop Day " and " Suppressed Desires Day " were two unexpected events for them. Although the Fresh- men could fight off the Senior ' s marching until second semester, they were not so lucky with the Sophomores. Taking advantage of " Suppressed Desires Day " these came chanting their theme song " Wake up Little Freshmen, " in the wee hours of the night. The Freshman year could well be labeled as one of " new and varied experiences. " MAIN DORMITORY ROW 1 — Alfano, Mary Johanna; Amberson, Hugh David, Jr.; Andrews, Joy Annette,- Arnold, Vernon Clayton; Autry, Elizabeth Carroll; Bailey,, Charles Leonard; Bailey, Laura Lilian. ROW 2 — Baites, Jo Ann,- Baker, Betty Sue; Baker, Shirley Faye ; Baker, Shirley Jean; Barton, Joseph Jerry; Baskerville, Martha Joyce; Bass, Betty Ruth. ROW 3 — Bassett, Louis Curtis; Beauchamp, Johnie Lou; Beck, Franklin King; Bedgood, Susan Audentia; Benson, Oswald, Jr.; Benson, William Leslie,- Bixler, Rox- anna Marquerite. ROW 4 — Blackwell, Robert T.; Bogue, Joe Reginald; Bolton, Betty Louise,- Bowdon, Mary Elizabeth; Bowen, Emerson Leon; Boyd, Mary Jayne; Brasher, Hylott Porter. ROW 5 — Bridges, Mavis Lynette; Brill, Elsie Carolyn; Broom, Rebecca Ann; Brown, Donna Jean,- Brown, Sarah Wynette,- Bruhn, Mary Ellen,- Bunn, Myra Linda. ROW 6 — Burges, Evelyn; Caffey, Melva Joan; Cain, Judith Rosemond; Cairns, Nicholas Charles; Caller, Marcia Joan; Campbell, Martha Dell; Campbell, Priscilla. [ 136 ] ROW 1 Canady, Jane,- Carden, Jennette; Carter, William Jesse; Cataldo, Annette Carol; Church, David Templeton,- Clark, Carolyn Lane; Connolly, Billie Sue. ROW 2 — Cooper, Carolyn Joy; Cortes, Sonia; Cotton, Barbara Fay; Cotton, Margaret Ann; Cox, Ronald David; Crenshaw, Mary Jo; Cummings, John Conger, Jr. ROW 3 — Dabbs, Myrtice Estelle; Daniel, William David; Davenport, John Allen,- Davenport, Martha Ann; Dearing, Harry William, III; Denham, Joseph Ben- jamin; DeVaughn, M. Elnora. ROW 4 — Dickson, Quida Lee; Doherty, John Thomas; Donaldson, Ronald Wayne; Duggan, Dorinda Nell; Duke, Barbara Jane ; Dunn, James Bryon; Dziezye, Mary Ann Ruth. ROW 5 — Eddins, James Albert, Jr.; Edgeworth, Gloria Annette; Eiland, Myra Jean; Esslinger, Margaret Andra; Eudy, Kathleen; Evans, Rebbeca Ann; Faulkner, Charles Monroe. ROW 6 — Finlay, Carmen Marie,- Fisher, Jacqueline Louise,- Floyd, Dawn Marie; Forbes, Nelson Harllee; Foshee, Joe Earl; Freeman, Jerry W.; Funchess, Suzanne Tate. [ 137 ] ROW 1 — Funke, Stephanie Elizabeth; Garner, Robert Donald; Garrett, Curtis Allen,- Garrett, Elizabeth Ann; George, Gloria Jane; Golighthy, Diana Mary; Goodin, Mary Christine. ROW 2 — Graves, Judith Salone; Gray, (Catherine Ann,- Gray, Laura Delia; Haggard, Joyce Marie; Hall, Betty Jean; Hallman, Paul Larry; Harden, Elizabeth Randall. ROW 3 — Harding, Evelyn LaVondra; Harris, Marilyn Brown; Hartley, Robert Lee; Hart, Rosalie Madeline; Hatcher, Donald William; Helms, Mary Pat; Hender- son, Lynda Lee. ROW 4 — Henry, Terrill Virginia; Herring, Elizabeth Ann; Higginbotham, Henry Edward; Highsmith, Barbara Jean; Hightower, Larry K.; Hill, Carolyn Ann; Hilton, Roy G. ROW 5 — Hilton, Sara Gail; Hines, Arby Lee; Hodge, Rowena Sue,- Hodges, Emily Frances; Hoffmeyer, Sara Frances; Holland, Joyce LaVerne; Hopkins, Barbara June. ROW 6 — Home, Mary Ethel; Hoskins, William Foster; Hudson, Lynda Jean; Hudson, Robert Dale; Hugghins, Marion Sondra; Humphrey, Mary Lou; Ingram, Rebecca Jane. [ 138 ] ROW 1 — Jackson, Nan Claire,- Jenkins, Mildred Jenifer,- Johnson, Carolyn Joyce; Johnson, Jennie Lou; Johnson, Linda Jean; Johnston, David Bonner; John- ston, Lilburn Willene. ROW 2 — Johnston, Milton Knox; Jones, Charles LeRoy; Jones, Charles Shelton,- Jones, Janice Edwards; Katz, Joseph Maurice; Keenan, Patricia Blake; Keeton, Nancy Maxine. ROW 3 — Kelly, John Sanford, Jr.; Kelly, Patricia Ann,- Kimbrell, George Atkins,- King, James Leonard; Kirby, John Caldwell; Kirk, Alice Ferrel,- Kirk, Marjorie Nelson. ROW 4 — Kuykendall, Mildred Joyce,- LaVilla, Pieralberto Rinaldo; Lawson, Linda; Lester, Elnora,- Lewis, Nancy Carolyn,- Lindsey, Carolyn Lynette,- Littlejohn, John Douglas. ROW 5 — Littleton, Ira Sue; Littleton, Sara Nouvelle,- Locklear, Belinda Jane,- Lowe, Caroline; Lowry, Donald Small,- Ludewig, Christel W. ; McCaig, Roy Mitchell. ROW 6 — McClanahan, Warren Bruce,- McDowell, Mary Ann; McKee, Sandra Frances,- McKeever, Mary Ann ; McKinney, Maude Stuart; Mahone, William Donald; Martin, Martha Lou. [ 139 ] ROW 1 — Martin, Mary Virginia; Mason, Lane Kareen; Meadows, Wanda Lou; Mills, Turner Clint; Mixon, Julia Claire; Mizzell, Carolyn Frances; Mizzell, James Edward. ROW 2 — Moody, Carolyn,- Moor, Edward Roy; Morris, Betty; Murphy, Edwina Ann; Murphy, Martha Gwendoline,- Nabors, Sybil Ann,- Newton, Barbara Allan. ROW 3 — Nichols, Jane,- Norrell, Alice Louise; Norrell, Mary Ann; Ocasio, Hilda Luz,- Parker, Susan Amelia; Parsons, Martha Joan ; Peel, Jeanette. ROW 4 — Peterman, Mary Tom,- Peters, Rue Lane; Phillips, Charles Lelon ; Pinson, Carolyn,- Piper, Edward Roger,- Pound, Sylvia Emily,- Power, Ann O ' Neal. ROW 5 — Pratt, Jimmy Wilmer,- Pratt, Mable Clements,- Pruett, Frances Ernestine; Pur- due, Edythe Ann ; Rainer, Mary Alice; Rains, Martha Joyce; Randall, Mary Kay. ROW 6 — Ray, Peggy Juanita; Redmon, Janette,- Reynolds, Robert Joseph; Rhodes, Miriam Elizabeth; Robinett, Rosalyn Barnett; Roper, Joe Neal; Salter, Sherry Ann. [ HO ] ROW 1 Sanford, Tiney Mae; Schober, Ann Marie; Scott, Anita; Scott, Cynthia Jane,- Scott, John Watts, Jr.; Scott, Warren Leward; Seale, Johnie Mae. ROW 2 — Sellers, Robert; Sessions, Anna Rose; Shaw, Wanda Faye ; Sheppard, Dennis Michael; Simpson, Lawrence Alan; Simpson, Sylvia Jean; Smith, Donald Wayne. ROW 3 — Smith, John Thomas,- Smitherman, Benny Clay; Smitherman, Carolyn Fran- ces; Snoddy, Jimmy Reville; South, Maxie Doyle; Stallworth, Margaret Elizabeth; Stansell, Kitty Lynne. ROW 4 — Stauter, Emmett Paul; Stojcich, Frances Elizabeth; Stone, Hertha Jane; Strauss, Harriett Ann; Stroup, Johnnie Carolyn; Sturdivant, Claude L; Suchy, Ann Lavita. ROW 5 — Summerlin, Patricia Ann ; Sweeney, Annette; Talty, Richard David; Taylor, Betty Jean; Thomas, Fred William; Thornton, Bette Florene; Thornton, James Fredrick. ROW 6 — Thornton, Jerry White; Thornton, Mary; Thornton, William Michael; Tidwell, Amy Gwendolyn,- Touchton, Linda Eileen; Traywick, Joan Dell; Traywick, Lo Phyllis. [ HI ] ROW 1 — Tucker, Mary Jeanette; Turner, Frances Nanine; Tuthill, Dorothy Ann; Valles, Ismael E.; Veazey, Charles Randall; Vick, Linda Jacquelyn; Vincent, Olive Faye. ROW 2 — Vogel, Barbara Jean; Waites, Elizabeth Angeline; Walker, Barbara Amelie; Wallace, William Bradford; Warren, Donna; Warrick, Mary Ann; Weathers, Roxie Ann. ROW 3 — Webb, Charles Rayburn,- Wells, Ronald Gary; White, Joan Claudette,- Wilkinson, Nancy; Williams, Anita Gail; Williams, Gerald Henry; Wilson, Virginia. ROW 4 — Woodward, Anita Marie; Woolley, Joseph David; Workman, Bobby Cor- nell; Wright, M. T. ; Wright, Sara Lynn. NOT SHOWN: Homer Lee Anthony; James Terry Barber,- Robert Donald Blackerby,- James Earl Brantley; Charlotte Elinor Cannon,- Wilson Monroe Creel; Peggy O ' Neal Crockett; Charlotte Annette Dougherty; M. Eleanor DeVaughn; John Harold Fadely; Sally Bert Fitts; Jerry Suite Fulford; Marshall Ira Goggins; Jo Ann Hambright; Thomas Allen Hamm ; Michael Ross Haywood; William Kenneth Holsomback; Douglas Reid Jarvis ; Earl R. Lewis; John W. McDonnough; Mary McGowin McEntee,- Susan McLean,- Gage McMahon Kenneth Wayne Oglesby; Jimmy Wilmer Pratt; Raymond Robert Rainey Luther Kenneth .Rochester,- Donald Tony Taunton; Ralph LaGrone Thrashei Robert Neal Turner, Jr.; Charles Webster,- Donald Edward Weldon; Cynthia Ann Weyna ; Audry Joan Wilbur; William Earnest Wooten. [ 142 ] w i mm Marcile, don ' t you enjoy keeping the polls ? ? ? ,; I live where it SNOWS Polly — off stage A friendly chat . . And do you know what he said INSIDE CLASS AND OUT . . . r $ i . p frij?y; NAPIER HALL DEDICATION OF NAPIER On October 12, 1957, Alabama College celebrated its sixty-first anniversary. Highlight of the day was the dedication of the new men ' s dormitory to Dr. Napiner, Dean Emeritus, Alabama College. Dr. Phillips, President of Alabama College, formally dedicated the building to Dr. Napier, one who well de- served the honor for his many years of faithful service to the college and town. Dean Napier expressed his gratitude and humbly thanked the people for the high honor. A reception for Dr. and Mrs. Napier was given after the dedication, in NAPIER HALL. [ 146 ] DR. T. H. NAPIER HOUSE DIRECTORS: MR. MRS. E. P. HOOD NAPIER HALL HOUSE COUNCIL: President: Ned Shirley. Others-Herman Shelton, John McDonough DR. LOIS A. ACKERLEY Head Professor of Home Economics MISS MARTHA ALLEN Associate Professor of Art MR. FLOYD V. ANDERSON Assistant of Health, Physical Education and Recreation MR. RICHARD C. ANDERSON Assistant Professor of Mathematics DR. KARL E. ASHBURN Head Professor of Business Administration and Economics DR. PAUL C. BAILEY Professor of Biology DR. RODNEY BLAINE Professor of English MRS. VIRGINIA BARNES Associate Professor of Art MISS ETHEL BICKHAM Associate Professor of Home Economics MISS LELAH BROWNFIELD Professor of Business Administration MISS CATHARINE CARSON Instructor of Health, Physical Education and Recreation MISS ANNABETH CASH Associate Librarian MR. WALTER COPPEDGE Assistant Professor of English MISS PATRICIA CLITHERO Assistant Professor of Speech MISS MIRIAM COLLINS , Assistant Professor, Health, Physical Educa- tion, and Recreation DR. MAXINE COUCH DAVIS Professor of Music MISS MARY G. DECKER Professor of Chemistry MISS EMMA DENDY Assistant Librarian MISS MINNIE DUNN Associate Professor of Education DR. ANNE L. EASTMAN Professor of History DR. HERBERT W. EBER Professor of Psychology MISS KATHER1NE FARRAH Associate Professor of Music MR. JOHN FESPERMAN Associate Professor of Music DR. BERNICE FINGER Professor of Health, Physical Education, an Recreation MR. MURRAY FLYNN Assistant Professor of Economics DR. ARTHUR M. FRASER Head Professor, School of Music DR. EVA GOLSON Head Professor of English DR. CHARLES L. GORMLEY Head Professor of Education and Director of Laboratory School MISS LUCILLE GRIFFITH Professor of History MR. E. P. HOOD Assistant Professor of Physical Science and House Director of Napier Hall MR. DAVID HUNTLEY Associate Professor, Head of Art Department MISS SARA IVEY Associate Professor of Speech MR. ERVIN A. JOHNSON Assistant Professor of Business Administration •• i-. MR. W. J. KENNERLY Head Professor of Chemistry MR. ANDREW J. KOCHMAN Associate Professor of Speech and Director of College Theater MISS MARY LARKIN Resident Teacher Trainer in Home Economics Education DR. E. P. LAUDERDALE Professor of Education and Director of Extension MR. FRANK LIGHTFOOT Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Educa- tion, and Recreation MISS SARA NELL LIGHTSEY Instructor of Home Economics [ 150 ] MISS BETTY LOUISE LUMBY Associate Professor of Music MISS ETHEL MARSHALL Associate Professor of History MISS ELOISE MERONEY Associate Professor of English MRS. SARA RUTH MORGAN Associate Professor of Business Administration MR. ROY MONTGOMERY Assistant Professor of English MISS GENEVA MYRICK Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Educa- tion, and Recreation DR. GIDEON NELSON Associate Professor of Biology MISS MABEL M. OWSLEY Associate Professor of Home Economics DR. LORRAINE PIERSON Head Professor of Foreign Languages DR. S. E. GERARD PRIESTLEY Professor of Political Science and Sociology MISS SARAH PURYEAR Associate Professor of English MR. MERLE ROACH Instructor of Mathematics MRS. JULIA WARD ROTENBERRY Assistant Librarian MISS ABI RUSSELL Librarian MR. C. G. SHARP Head Professor of Biology MISS ELIZABETH STOCKTON Associate Professor of Foreign Languages MR. BRUCE TOLBERT Associate Professor of Music MRS. WILLILEE R. TRUMBAUER Assistant Professor of Speech and Assistant Director of College Theater [ 151 ] DR. KATHERINE VICKERY Head Professor of Psychology DR. JOHN B. WALTERS Professor of History and Head, Social Scienci Division MRS. MARY H. WHATLEY Associate Professor of Sociology MISS HONOR WINER Associate Professor of Music DR. LAURA WRIGHT Head Professor of Speech MR. H. DAVIS YEUELL Lecturer in Religion MR. MIECISLAW ZIOLKOWSKI Professor of Music ELEANOR FRANCES WILSON Instructor in Home Economics FACULTY NOT PICTURED: Mr. William M. Ennis — Instructor of Journalism Dr. Margaret McCall — Head Professor of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Miss Jeanette Niven — Assistant Professor of Sociology Dr. Robert B. Reynolds — Professor of Chemistry Miss Ina Strom — Assistant Professor of Music [ 152 ] COLLEGE THEATRE - • The College Theatre is an intregal part of the speech department purposely existing as an extension of the vari- ous college departments and as an agency for education in the theatre arts, training the students of Alabama Col- lege culturally and socially. Four plays are produced each year as part of the major program in Palmer Hall auditorium, presenting as varied a theatre experience as possible by including scripts of dif- ferent periods, countries, styles, and types. From the be- ginning the aim of the theatre has been the personal de- velopment of many individual students as possible, rather than vocational training for the few. Two well-equipped theatres provide exceptional oppor- tunities for student training in all phases of dramatic art. Alabama College students are, through the College Theatre, offered experiences in acting, lighting, scenery, makeup and wardrobing as well as the business end of the program. The Theatre Council is the all-student production group of the College Th eatre with a present membership of 36. The Free Theatre, directed by Speech and Dramatic majors and any student with unusual ability and interest, tries the untried by encouraging playwriting and by provid- ing complete training for the future teacher who will direct school dramatic programs. The College Theatre sponsors an honorary fraternity on campus. National Collegiate Players— in addition to two special theatre events each year: playing host to the annual conference of the Thespian Societies of Alabama High Schools and sponsoring this year for the seventeenth year, The Annual W. H. Trumbauer Drama Festival of Alabama College. The Alabama College Theatre playbill for 1957- ' 58 included " Life With Father, " " Medea, " " Tartuffe, " and " The Lady ' s Not For Burning. " These were directed by Dr. Andrew Kochman. CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES Birmingham Civic Ballet " The Nutcracker Suite " The Birmingham Symphony Orchestra CONCERT AND LECTURE SERIES David Bar lllan, Pianist Don Cossack Chorus and Dancers n lMi» ' f j jLjj lc yV f kUIHIIu Now you know I didn ' t do thatl Be — Bop Don ' t you love my fingertip veil? Check these leg si 1 1 We had a party Models — 1959 We didn ' t sleep a winkl We had a rootin, tootin, lime Waiting for those Seniorsl OOPS — I ' m Caughtl So long, I ' m leaving for the beach! 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