Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

 - Class of 1961

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Louise truly his tht- lmltern. mul llutlvry fmly lvrings a warm smile with a touch nl ntl lu her fave. Hewitt-lming l,u11ise Wight is an Art major from l mu. l:1'UI'QIll. ,f"? ff:-Q ,p 'iv EN-4 fs, ff' an ,pf 'El' VH YVQWQGL lv :ww fix . -L 1: 'A , Q fw away vifq-WQZHQ 0. ' fig fl fa - 4 A FF . 9 ' A 35' . I l Q .fi li A a t . 1 a 'F 4 , eq.. Q is i. ,D , .xg . . 'iw-s-,-1. . ' f 2 . .nz -r , 1 -. ,,,,,,. Q ., 1.,..., Q ,. g , . . il .. A 0 . 4 f ,, 7, zz , 4 xa ,ll M , ,. 'J f A , . 'V 'Es N 1 u' 'Q' Wh 19 Y N' 3 ' Q , 4 A. glf"'v'f ia -uiafa i?f?55 'f ,. ifwagmi A f1'?3 T Janice Ta lor Junior Sweetheart Wlieil Janice appears on the scene. there is always a feeling of gaiety in the air. She has a knack for making penple smile or laugli. Janice is from Adel. Georgia. anfl a Sociology major. G' " 1+ l 3 if 'ix'-1 Q , . , .., -Q' gf! .. if. ...ii yssnvmm mmwule -i 1 - ,-, '99 E 1 Q. 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A1A', I A. 1- V 4,1 ...ft Befverl Bridges ophomore Sweetheart The Sparkle of light on a raiiidrop is like the sparkle radiating from the eyes of our sophomore sweetheart. Beverly Bridges. She is a Secretarial Science major from Donalsonville. Georgie. l Q i Y, V 1 '..V-1 U17 1' 1 f'-9 it ' it gi' 1 i I ff f- 4 n n 1 ' . 4 . N A . , i if ' , its 4 1 . ' ' A ' R it A V? l ' -1 1-2 ' ' ,, f ifffif A if '2 ' + s .., , if A15 is Q ' , gf N A 'a' gy ', f P 2 t .N 'M -L at Q fi? a " If V, A ,f ' I Aff Q . A ff' -WH Q Q, . . ,S ,W , ,..,..,A, i Q if I I . .J 1 A ,ig A 5 is A af if 1l,A ,V I P Q V. ' - ' ' ' x, J t 4 fl " ' fl i ,V., P5 ' if i 3 a i l fi fx fgyf' Q . i E 3,3 'f , " A I 14121 lt . A 4? 4- f A al a if o 1 ,, , 5- 3- , A 'fr' -, 4 i ,M , . ,-wa as ,,, ,'A,. K 3 j Sf' I ." A . l Ellzabeth Helms l Freshman weetheart i A Cheerful grin and a knowing wink to all She meets . . . this l characterizes the charming personality of Elizalweth Helms of Val- dosta, Georgia. Lizzy is a Secondary Education major. l i ,. :Q 4 15123. , 4 , ' lax f X ,' .Wi 'Will W' ...s-4 w -v . A F , . -,-55+ -I VJ 12" 4 ff. 4 l'4 . Q 4 I .4 1 wx, S 5. I V, M . . , ,. A , in ' D 1 . ' 1 ab' My . l , ww -lg 'QF Q S52 1 W' 5 4 -a muumu EENTERMENUW rv- l N -1. ' '3 52-531-EQSE , - Mg fi, ,, M ff 111 f B:.'.i-: tu. , ' X DUQJS ex! 1 ' 6 , V25 , f YN. Af? P' lx -noiui 4 , y i'.f1'?f , , 1 'gg' 7 E W P Q 4. ,Q 1 l , i 1, 3 . ' i . 4 t i , I 3 l E 4 . , 2 , i ' S , A , f S t f l f 2 t ' Z I 5 'fs T S i E 9 1 13 'D' ' Q 2 t E 2 2 1 f 2 2 i . . y c 1 E 3 i y s , t 3 2 i i 5 , 425 Miss Dawn Groove-r, 1961 Miss VSC Calendar Girl. ,L f F 2 fig UC '- ff , fMGQf. fy 1:13 ,f if if lf l iw M 3..s..f ,C XL TKE President Bernie Brown crowns Dawn, 1961 Miss VSC Calendar Girl. f ,-vv ..4 1. u I Y-4.44-, 1 - e '99 ' . . . and to play tennis with you. Miss V C Calendar Girl ? t 6 , A , QQLH 1. f xx - loci, lk' I Bxvalx, ,I , fl -xl Y X . 5 at - Rx 1 'f is " ' 4 ,, , , p. sign- V, ff Q dit A r 'X as--,M 4: lop liw t'Hlllt'Nllllll5. left to right: Linie Helms, Suzanne Brown, Dawn Groover, Gail Broun, and lhvmlai llouslon, Midst the annual Miss sponsored by ternity. lVliss ville. Georgia. endar Girl of vied for this flurry and excitement of the VSC Calendar Girl Contest the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fra- Dawn Groover of Thomas- was crowned Miss VSC Cal- 1961. Thirty-one lovely girls title in the beauty pageant judged on the basis of personality, poise, beauty. and photogenic quality. .ps E.- S' . I , 4 I 4 1 1 4 I 1 I MOLLY COLEMAN WINS MISS ,VSC TITLE Pageantry. beauty. and talent were in abundance on the Valdosta State College campus when. on the night of No- vember 22. 1960, Miss Molly Coleman from Valdosta was Chosen Miss VSC from a group of seventeen lovely Co-eds. First runner-up was Miss Suzanne Brown. a freshman from Valdosta: second runner-up was Miss usnoolciem Rig- don. Other finalists were Marney Dyess, Barbara WHlk6l', Kaye Doiningos. and Joy Collier, This annual event is spon- sored by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Miss Molly Coleman Mlss VSC l I ft p 1 l 2 I if , E i l , 4 l i , asf i Hi E32 ll' I elf still? iii if? tie If i . if ' ' 1'-f , 1 . E, p ' ff, Ns ' 1? X .e S 11. Ei U ' I l ..- ..41 1,9 fi? I 951,- K 4 . rw, , gf A Z 4 t : Ag5.,3 L Q V.: . V .,rf-','f,g,,- . 5:1 3, N44 ' ,4 iq i i , , W , mfs: Q?'!w?" 3 ,stiff HU 4' ' .f . K 132 ,frisg D ,J A Sq fg,'5k'Af, 1- f-W f emu if ' L , i A' . egg , W S 4 M fa Z H ff 4 A 2 Y is 7- 3 1' Q- 3' pf' Thirty lovely Co-eds vie for the Miss CLilt'l1fll1l' Girl Contest. .- L 0 rip, ,Q . fag, 1 5 ' i 5 2 2 2 : if f 3 E 1 2 Q 2, 1 T 2 ' Q Q i A , , Q , 12 . 'l lv. i f fa, iii ff ff 'R ,355 .A :QL 7 " .ELI , 4 N it 1 Qi, . , .-'J 1 A 4 Q 1 1 r ff J Q is n-x f A. is E 2 ri A G an cf: i li 'Viv 4 4 Miss VSC Calendar Girl and her eleven runner-ups. W... vw.- if X Q x ,... 2 ,, 6,- 3 jfw 1 5 J all l s L A ,' 5 v L, , 1 L 3 . - 1. . 'g Q ' ,. .. i , .f. T 5 ,swf-L ' M-A frm . 5 ,. .p,,,h... .yn h , s? . Miss Molly Coleman portrays Helen Ke-ller's nurse. 2 ee? , 2 1 i ' iii i 5 '5 ' ei i l . i L - 4 M W, - 1 , , ' f ,,-W .'. ',,, x .-f v. . . My . , 1' l ,,,. 4 . S 2 l i 44.-4-.,.-.W-m.-X -ww-.fr ,4Wm.f.. Y, ,, hw. ws N, , ff' -430423 'S' W 'L fo-vwfvfr v -Q M i - - A ..n...wf.m- mm ,mqm,..u.vA ii ,S sl 'R' 'v -2' X , Q? f it gl 1 K 4 X Q, l K E A ' Y Q ,Ms i, X Y v ii C! i Y fn 1 K nv ,J Q it s " , S XX f s , Q K V7 i 1 X E l S is 3, 3 az' Q xg I ' , - ,. - 5 -4 g 'L A fe. ' ' K ix B - W A 4 1, 'Ai,LQ'., i P Q M was Q4 1 5 ' i y',,,Q'f 5 ' cf! ij' '-f Q " f 5 -i-V f :iff r f " C ff. f' 3 - .9 ,gif - ' . 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ALSMM ,qu . .- ,L 1 .4 -V., .-,., . rw, v 14- - 1'-. - ,, 'c 7 Y4,,.. lu -I' r STEVE VAUGIIN 'Jiffy MARILYN IILIGHES X ,.. f n LAMAR PEARSON LOUISE WICHT ' -'wexf1QmH, af 55' waiv- ff mv .r-, '51 4-2? Q21 'fy A , 1, ,X ,I J' A1533 .I - rfnpa in qw 3 2-Hr N ii .4 f -- iii fy QM! 4 4'i5eag , ifuxi' ' kfgg 'L sl'-it I L 'ff 9 Who s IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES I Each year Whos Who in American Uni- versities and Colleges gives recognition to students from colleges and universities throughout the USA. Instructions are given to campus nominating committees to base - their selections upon scholastic average, 1 participation in extracurricular activities, 1 I I I I c ' ,av-i 4 X- , 973' , ' ' ...--' 14 l ,Q A I I I I f :gf f 'Q' . 1 sa l - 93. Q wiv 5 JI JI 3'-f I 11 , P' an KJ 7, z I RT I ,V , , , Y' . pl. fsvkifsfg .3 Hg e w 1 jmxf I .fir f . ,- f ' l 13 QI!! ,gym S .li I x 'q"""9 -di-5' i v"'ilr JEAN HOOKS JIM VARNER Who AND COLLEGES and service to VSC school life. Those receiving this honor for I96O-61 are Steve Vaughn. Marilyn Hughes, Lamar Pearson. Louise Wigfnt, ,Iean Hooks. ,lim Varner, Marilu INQSIIIIIII. Bernie Brown, Penny Williams, David Melton, Leslie Brown. Larry Waters. 'cgcragqi -j:m,,5 -Q 571 1 9. LESLIE BROWN LARRY WATERS fx at . rw fifiwffslaf rf , :- 1 1 '41 ff I I s 1' g J 4 st IVIARILU NeSMITI'I RERNIE BROWN PENNY WILLIAMS DAVID NIELTON X ii? 5, I 1 if i I l l s 5 1 l AFA T X . V, ' ,, f-' ,Q f si 'L I X l L Under the dire-1,-tion of Miss Lnuisv Suwyvr tht- play ,Qvts umlcr way. - W5 " ' g W.- " -,, -Z. 1, 1:-L-,4i::.x-Q' 1 in ' 'Q' , ' W, , V' .4-'4"""', . n vi' i 1 .Z 9 . . f 1 , ,, M ff oclc N BUSICIII ln i V l 'J AJ 'pun i f ' A251 , .qs-:AGA gp-gl3lK' ',n I "ff gi, g t, B ' fr: L A fl use E -gl Www 24 Sm-k 'N Ruskin pglrtivipule- in ilu- llmm-1-mningi purarlc plrmlln-1' qluunaxlia- X4-1-111' frmn Ilu- plan' S xgkf Little Foxes Miss SHWYPI' and the entire clrama So- Cietie-S are lu bv cmmnenclecl fur the mag- nific-enl perfnrmance presentcrl at the Pwuncl Hall aualiturium. 5 l L if 2 x 5 : 5 I M.--f J, Homecoming 1961 February 10-11 "Old Southii Theme Reigning over the Homecoming activi- ties this year was Miss Beverly Bridges. She was chosen out of 12 nominees in an election sponsored by the SCA. Beverly is a pretty. Blond sophomore from Donal- sonville, Georgia. Reigning as her court were Lizzie Helms, Louise Wight. Martha Sue Bragg, and Jean Hooks. safe' - .,- .- .,'v,'.'..,-vf .aw ,, if 1 l O aw" 513' v Qilllt-.ECM U 6' The Clee Club cuptu 1'f? cl first place with the hest float. The Parade The 1961 Homeconiinf: Parade was scheduled for 4:00 P.lVl. on February 10. The procession was led hy four Air Police from llfloody Air Force Base. The floats to win awards in the parade were: first place. Clec Cluhg second place. Freshman class, and third place. THE Fraternity. plucc went to the Freshman Class. The "cotton picking" TKE's. al i. s -J'f'7'c 1 3 . Q- ', . , 13- T -' v 1. "T lrl ' ll -" an I G l . ilgia 'LnnAj """"' o "Q .NL E p L Y' A " 'r X . at hfwnix ' W! X K '.,r,, wr -. Parade Colslinmffe B- 'llhe x'Lll4l4lSlLl Slninmx nllvr Hill-lv lm' ilu' pgxuuln-. - 5 The Rebel huts of the Sigma Phi Epsilun FI'Lll1,'l'1llly. , fM ci -1' iii 1 ,, I 4. i v ,infix :Az L4 I CVCTIY Bl'illg5l'S. Ho1m:c'o111ir1g Q1 11 Ilia! ""' 'iii 15510 9' The Rebel Plantation of the Business Clulx. xT.llll1lNlLlIll:LlI 5-wlnml Ihrwl. X p--"""',-,...':lI':' "1 V X ,f ,l e li , jf U-4 27 Homecoming Game Valdosta State Rebels vs. West Georgia lnclians VSC 91-WG 58 14-1'lll1g11nlJliw gt-Iftl1oQw poinlx while Doug XVixlIe1'sl1mlQson. Wlufs goal ie tllie? Those Rebels are hard to beat, Campus Scenes 'llui'u, iintu-liulluni liumc of Scarlett Ollaira, as purlruyecl by the girls of Ashley Hall. l l w l l , Sums yuung lady is taking llL'I' puxiislnm-nl of lacing put in jail ' Wllll ai warm mule, Righx, Judy? .,, 1, XY' f -Y -,KFHQE A 'un fx? Av Frc-bliimui Southern liffllf-5 in front nl Cniiwiac llull X E i l"" ,,. in 2 ' ' , 'AF L ,WV U1 if SL. .af , , , we 'kyy ' QV ra K Q ge., l . , X--., -1 ? . YF! ' '-N l ' Aft? 'E 4? U chi ' 5' l . , ff' ,-Q, , ' M, iq.: dig- - M: 'W' A . ., X Z? ,f ' 41, ? i , ' , -'ig 4 F A 'Z X , 1 4 ' 6 3 e i g 9 + 7 1 K 11 ,., I in F 1 + i 'F 1 2 X E gg H12 Y if 1 1 Q ik ' , i 1 . ll ,f 'fa 'J 1' l lx ix' ' A Q xv Nw wp r Ji ,QA iw I s -fi 'Q' ,Y :fb-'yu ,W ,:' ',:g3l.gv5 3 'S yy .X 5 l in Hill 'uf N xsliiu li nm ix N ul: ll ' 'X I m..-Nanny , 3... All Homecomin Dance The final event of the 1961 Hmnet-inning was a dance held in the gyninatorium at 8:00 P.lVl. February ll. featuring the old Tommy Dorsey Band under the direction of Wa1're1i Covington. The Hmmieemning Queen and her Court were presented at the clanee. i t it LD 50115 OMECOMIN - 0- J N A 0 X if.. ww 2 UK wfm eil x N 2 Nr f 5 ' fs The dance wus enjoyed lay everyone, Several gatlnwcd around the gnzcbu, 21 special attraction ill the dance. , ,Al- f .Q 1' Warren Covington and his banrl. f i Qiivff-J hikes. 45 U .5 'P y if f 1? B' E' Q fi 2 Q4- v sf ' .. 'lf' .. - ', X. . , . , , '41 1 V I . 'I vs? If x A, il: 'TL -.p"11Kf is itil ' . i W ' - Af- ' ,41 1" 5 7 A 1 A f - WH? "3 ' x f -J ' fe' sf" Y f Q ' -in" ef N ' 6 K h 'inf , -, 1 ' 'th 77' ,,..1 A 4' w 2f,,ggi5,5kjg'S?,Q,5gk4 H 1' 6 'P ' 'Q ' f fa -1. Jf""'f31:-.'-, ' 4-, 3 ,' ', ' 5 if ' '11, 1 ' Y ' N152 11...-n 5 " 3 gf. 1 4 ' I' Q - f ' ff:-' A- amp, M- -'1 2 W' Q ' , Q 1 2 ' I ' l M T' 1ly-A.2il'ALx-.- 'N 'P' ,' 114. 1' QF? xl' A' re? .- "F ' " Y iw ' ww 12 A53 ff . f -, , 'V b j.',bfffj ,l ,ITP , 3 N w A 1 V ,V 1 fr "x nv , fd., r --f-5-,4,--,w--.r.-gg:L-.,..-a'm-, .. ,.,.-f., '4 V l fn ,2"..,-- .1429 v Q ' 'll ,H 'F' 5 'xx a, 1 4, Y? V a , 'X ,si- -fusuf-+ . ff' ' 1 Q H , , KL K ffg X is The hand plays on! Enjoying yourselves, Faculty? Y: A. Q 3. '3 ,"d'.. 'W In " Hold those ribbons, girls! Class sweetllourts The crowd enjoys the music. A,.-.g, .M .A . Nr .- 1961 Miss Pine Cone, Laura Ann Brown HOP Master of Ceremonies, Joe Welab W. Q' ,Q tim.. A fps,-9 g.si' A' '- -,gigagggaey 55521 EI! ' --sw-5 ,gf F . Wm' Q Miss Pine Cine and her C+-rt, Ewlward Min-hi-ll Mr. Bill Keller cy-:mils Ami. Fun was hail lny the fLlCl Right, Mr, Culmrd? es- lltv. .lf L ,,,,-.-. VW, H, .if f ffl 1 , 4 s, 'Ei 5 e v-N-m.l"""" .ry pg.. 'xx X Afcnswv' R rf ,, K , Miss 1961 Pine Cone Laufrcz Ann Brown A ,',4.4x . M v3 WN' I ti? i iftw , '?1'WFAQiz,. at Cp" L A we AINIA URIIIIISS I ' I-Miata QVXW' X THE FIVE FINALISTS MR. and MRS. BILL KELLER JIIDCES OF THE 1961 MISS PINE CONE CONTEST THIRD ANNUAL MISS PINE CONE CONLIIICST In the flourishing exeitement of approavhing finals ancl of Christmas vavutiorl five V.S.C. co-eds, chosen by the Pine Cone staff. were presentefl to the student liocly at the thirfl annual 'iI'Iolly Hop" as tht- live' finalists uf our "l'70l Miss Pine- Coiivm Contest. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keller of Valdosta self-r-tefl om- of these fin- finalists frmn fornizil and informal photos. The Crown was worn liy Miss Ann Brown. a lovely sophmnore from Thomasville. Georgia. MARTHA SLE IIRI-Vit' I 1 M JJ' LOUISE WIHIIT -..,.--,,,,,' J ,A M.. t'XIll'.t'fN XIlXl'lI'ttr 35 fn 87325.14-' "' l . P s. I A ng l 3 II Q 5 xl' f fufg A 4 '17 , . ,bg ' f Q 1 x In ,V 1 , ', ,W , Q , il' ' fa Gm- ' 1' I 'i mf: 'hm A, V, f 1 Q Yin , I .7 . ' W A . ,. A - f V 'OC fel A a 2 -Vw ' 4.5 V , 1 ,. f' 'ral f- . Y X ,X 'fail' L, A . v why: W I we A ,4 W, W- 'Q 4 V V fl' A 5. ww HJ ' at H Vt fu 'X lil' ' ' 1 -of ' 'f' 4 - fi. " m f.-l ' K. wg ..gQVg':: " if n. ,V '-Vim. 5 .Vw 4, 5:5 'ffh ,t t , A R" Aug? f A A V-5,24 36 ,s 1 ,-N cf .f '51, " a r f 1 1 I Nfl' ' 'f li' 4 l mx.. , P K . 1., x A ,l V, Vs 5, .0 Q24 IK. Q' if ,Q v Q 'feng G ai sf . I 2 ,uf-47 ,A fl' -.K 95 tj. Qff 515442 v IQTA A 41? ,Y. 1:1 "--kd-'wfguw .F , ! lv. vs.m,M::V 4 e Z bww' , , , -q v K "1 sn' . , Egg lf 5 t .,.,',,H h Y u,,, , ,, A ,J , .- 1, x I Vi. TV-,rbi-we fx ' gg-12. f A 4 V1 , Q ,f-affix T5'l1L,N.Q'm' .3 an 1 K, 2'f"e-'f' f rm 1. A lj A ' 'A VLA, .f . 'A ' VU.:-'rm Vw , 4 Nm,3,h 'bw A 4. ,A ,, Q . Ur! . , H.: 5 V1 V .sw f My ' f '?2,w,f' V Sy. i,vv"rk V . - .ggi , a 'A A ' 1 4 x .- , . 36: 'Wx' "3 , iii Q- -vz. H .I ill' Q' 'ef .. . ,"M:fV if A 1 ' jf Nj' 4 3' n X -A R. ' M: ,ia X 4 1? 4 ' f V 1 Q ,, . f .J , nf 'E I ,- -' a - . ' V' .f f V ' A r 1 , W' F ' ., V ui. ' ,V 'Ziff' '1 I Uv? ' 'F ' 23' iii? Pa W ,Q 11, 1 vi. fi :m,..,,:. ,ha ' Q 'full' ghi 'A A 5' 43, 1 4M A 'l V1 fl' fag 1,5 lm 'V , , if N' 4 .wxgy , fl ,,C5:5fM,x,Ij'i MA - Xxwugi W Y" ig,eE,5f'i A , 5: :VV we ALMA MATER A 1- A Av on M A I 5 7 ,Mong the stately-itPi1'i'e'Iiw Glorious to the wfievifg fl?" A Y-brew X 3. ,, 'Sn 4 -v,,.v,,f - Stands our noble Alnfgigf if lj5iVQigg?V?1fiQgisWmgQ"gE Baskingfneath the blue. AT"W K A f ,Q X 4' A' i3f5VgVi3-ff Alma Mater, theewgfev , 'V V lffraiQes'fVneYfex32J,f.i1i1g For thy laee 'Shallfi11eafe:i"if'g5e1i"1+il5ffg '- ' f' , t we-1.:fm EH if Red and Black-all ha1l. Vg- ,Q , W ' . pw. ,Saas , , 3 - - , X 'Q' ,wa xg Alma Maters sons and daughters? A . . ,, 5 W1 ff We will ever'be,' ' A 'A .E Q Always to thy Rheem feturnirlg A Dear old V.S.C. ,-,, M ,ffQ.l'1f,: .iff A My Q :wi A-mv? 'W W ' . "1" ,-v: L , .f ,s 'Aw X ge, Aka 1. , yxh V a . ,. wi, ul ' I - , Vp! fzfnmyfja V v .1-1 w 'fx' , V V- Mr. sf , ff " f ,. Q . :Ra n v J, we ' . '- -1 5 1 Vw, - ff, if 1 . .,, ,Vg V -V w ,pw 4 f A' - 4. '5 A . . fi -1- QS A - p uf' . M , X " " , ' as- ' x-, '- wtf?-J'qw .1 A . V .A V,,, JV, , 14 " , mia . 1- A "..QfV,lV"f:f. e College - Lf: 5 x 'rl' . ,f,.g,K,,2 fa 'mf , ' ' V257 tif J" X 'M 5f 47'f' . .rf 1 x iwfijj . ff' f I, : KL. f' ' . M, 45:1 ' uw- , 4 f -.543 .ra - fi ,v!0'..'2.' ,X sv"-V ' 7-, , , 15. " f if I' Y 'r' z - ' hx . fv , 1 vw' N , v mm ,Mp , A W Y V Q ,rw ' gun - L , f ' ' l '-I. ' , - ,Q 1 V Q. r , , A. '. ., 'S Q . v I , -1 ' " v '- . , , uv V ' W - Qin' ' -- , 1 -. , . my ,W P -i n-vw: ' ...W ' ' ' -V ,5:,eeverf,,.4- . ' Q ' 'EA Z ' Mr-' Y-1 il " ,ml ,..w1-,if Lbs . w0n,....,--.., V .ffwvvw-,..,,, ...mf 40' XV, ,war wm-I 1 15, ..-...-1 IIR. J. RALPH THAXTON AB.. NIA.. PHD. nlcn nf nur 1-ull:-go, Ur. J. Ralph 'Ihaxtun has Qlulxvfl V C Ill H+ luuglwvlxr- t'ulll'St'. Xml only 1188 our s1'll4ml 0 Q ll HS prmxn an slkmlrv znmmg wlhf-r mllvgf-S. The 1-lnssvs rf 106 are Uliltl ful to 'l'l1:nxt1,n fm' his fine' work :xml frie-mHim'ss in In-lpinjl xsllh Ulll prow 0 N ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF ASSISTS PRESIDENT All phases of the college are directed or controlled by the deans and other adminis- trative personnel. Student health welfare. recreation. and dining facilities are only a few of the many services governed by the college administration. Most students come into contact with the different departmental functions during their four years at V.S.C. v ,,. I MR. SHEALY MCCOY MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS B.B.A., LLB. AB. Comptroller Registrar Mei? fit!! N .I L-if ,nano MR. HAROLD GULLIVER MISS LILLIAN PATTERSON MISS THERA HANIPRICR V AB. A.B., BS. in LS. R S in I Public Relations Director Librarian 1 tint Llbr lr 1 'mi , .qu . , jf' W, 'T 4' MRS. MARY THORNTON MRS. MARJORIE BLAND MRS. JOSEPH MADDOX MRS. MARY H. ROGERS Dietitian Asst. to Comptroller Secretary to President R.N. College Nurse Administration NIR. MURRY JOLLEY MRS. MURRAY JOLLEY Manager Asst. Manager Student Center Bookstore MRS. A. W. QUILLIAN lluuse lllI'1'm'lur Ashley Hall MRS. J. A. SCONYERS MRS. NITA HARRELL Assistant Dietitian House Director Reade Hall MRS. GRACE JONES Assistant to the Registrar House Director Converse Hall 'YI' fig, ,J""? 'W 44815 J nw "U f . ' W I I 5 .,', '1 ' .". 4 MRS. NIXRY CROONI HRS. MRRARA RUITY MISS FAYE HOWELL MRS. LOIS HANCOCK Sl'l'I'Cl1llY to Sw-wr'1l'y to Secretary to Secretary and Avarlmiuii- In-an Ri-gistrar Comptroller Cashier 40 -4 MR. LEROY BABCOCK t 0 'tai MR. EDWARD BEARD B.Ed., M.S. A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Mathematics and Assistant Professor of Sociology Physics Facult Certainly the faculty of any institution is an integral part of student life-the same is true at V.S.C. The people on these Faculty pages are re- sponsible for leading, guiding, and directing us in the proper channels of educational activities. i is nj lm' ...W-IF" ' , .SMF . if ,. ,4' a 2 ' f, , 1 ff' if MRS. LEE BENNETT AB., M.A. Instructor in Art DR. MARJORIE CARTER MR. GARY COLSON BS., M.A., Ph.D. BS., M.A. Professor of Biology Assistant Professor of Physical Education If . xv- DR. CLYDE CONNELL B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 'WP' MISS WISTER COOK MR. JAMES D HES A,B,, M,A, B.B.A., Nl..-X. Assistant Professor of Biology Assistant Professor ofEnglisl1 Associate- llrula'-sul' of N.-1-ottrttirig DR. HARRY DUVALI.. BS., PILD. Professor of Cliernistry f V NIR. WILLIAM CARARD A.R., M.A. Associate- Professor of History 'Q' I MRS. MILDRED EVANS MR. MARVIN EVANS Secretary to Department of Education A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of English F acult I MR. SAUNDERS CARWOOD AB. BS. Ed. MR. WILLIAM GRANT Instructor of History Assistant Professor of Physical Education IJR. HAROLD CULLIVER ILA.. AAI., l'h.ID. I'l'of+-ssor of English 'F' ....,,.....v-. MRS. BARBARA HUTCHINSON MR. SPENCER JARNIGAN A.I3., M.A. AB., M.A. Assistant Professor of Etlucution Assistant Professor of Education and X Psychology 915. r MRS. CORRINE KNIGHT B.S., M.A. Associate Professor of Education 1 CIN .1 g MISS ELIMINA MQKNEELY AB., M.A., M.S. Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science ,FQ- " Tvs, , Af,"-Y",,, . Egg. A - gym, wi. ign- 1 MR. DAVID P. LEWIS AB., M.S. Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration Faeult MR. JAMES MARTIN A.B., M.S. Associate Professor of Physics r ' ,ff . ,341 ' f i ,g,f..fwf 1 . "' 'ff' : I . .A - ,K f - I 1 -dl if Xxwhrl MR. MAURICE LINIJAUER AB., NIA. Assisldlti Pl'4lfl'SN1rf4rf Chelnistfy is 4 'xi ' tio " MRS. MATILDA MATHIS BS., M.S. du 1 Assistant Professor of Physical E cation Qs Q-Q5' In-ilk """,: ,D ig J .' e sfo' I, A ' ' lj s Q 'L . ix 1 , + '- I 3 s Q '56 Q Nt Q, ,I "ll fbi at A -f SJ VFP P' " P A MRS. LUCRETIA MORGAN DR. BEATRICE NEVINS AIRS. 1lIilX'I'Rl'I?lQ HIIIINI BS, Ed., MA, PILB., PILM., PILD. IIS., Ali. Assistant Professor of Modern Foreign Languages Professor of Biology Assovlgiltf I'1-nt.--sol-ofIunglusli is I LA .jp I - 'A f ,,'f:'g"f , . , ' 'Ii ' L , f .fs 11+ V A I " .F Q tie ' 1' W 1 i t ff" 1 MR. JOSEPH PEMBER MISS MILDRED PRICE MR. LAVAN ROBINSON A.B., M.F.A. A.B., M.A. A.B., M.M. Associate Professor of Art Associate Professor of History Associate Professor of Music F acult MISS SARALYN SAMMONS MISS LOUISE SAWYER A.B., M.A. B.S., M.A. Associate Professor of Secretarial Science Associate Professor of Speech :im wi f-.ft --Rf? MR. WEBSTER TEACUE DR. SAPELO TREANOR MRS. GERTRUDE VEATCH HM., M.M.E. A.B., A.M., Ph.D. B.S. Assistant Professor of Music 'Professor of Modern Foreign Languages Instructor of Physical Education Q 44 QNT CE? ffowln. si 94 WN 1 -aid' EAW if W S, . . v i, -,.f:,m 3 1 -:,fgf5g,' j r ' J "3":i'm'f .rg -ffm uv An X' M1"'w ,qw f 3xzf?,,wew'f w'.iFxi+ ,J :.,.X JW, -7' .4 If - , 'f , 6 ,wwf ,ju :W ' Qu A4-ww 1,,.J1,'f,-2,3 ' ,Xa , ,L Q' vim., w.,::fQA . 52 fvwl. iff -' ff qhifffiagwgi 'E v- if 4 Q n in .X If f ,av ,I A 'QN F fi' 1272, Affl X V, - Y 1 49 'r f l w if an ri ' l ' DAVID MELTON,President , V ' . it KAY DOMINCOS, Secretary 'hiv R tt E? I3 46 X. L Jo.. 'W it M KELSEY KEMP, xf1Ce.P,eeSadenr tuclent Government Association The Student Government Association exists on this campus primarily as a social activities coordi- nator ancl a voice through which the students speak their opinions. It also makes and enforces laws governing student conduct on campus school ac- tivities. All laws are made by the SGA Council with the consent of the school aclministration and in ac- cordance with the SGA Constitution. Glfililllllll l3ENNE'l'T, Trcasuur P I A " 103'1"7 '33"-f"'1"' 'T' 1 W N-905.55 , 1 K '- .- . 'lx Q: lr ,. V1 I 1' Jffmiqc ' f-,443-KXUL-. 'L nfl 4' N- x X Leff V0 Vlnghf-' BCl'I1iC BTOWII. Jvun Houks, Senior Repu-s0nlatiw:Fg Irzllllwh Hicknm. ,lc.umie- lynwy, ,lunior RQf'lll'6Nk'IltLiIiNf,"Q LlPlliNff Wight. Gill! Dorm Hvprv- :-entative. Left to right O GA Representatlfves J Geary Dooly, Toni Steele, Soplm1no1'C RL'IDfL'H6IllLlliX'C'Sl U1'LlL'1,' V.11'm-mlue, Nancy Slwfficld, l'.lt'HlllllLlll He1v1'e-fm1l,ntixcN. ,... L' my f A . faq' UWM ,a 1 u F - 'nw -g. 'r m'Q?"""M 4 - - -1 --'-N.. SZ, ' . Q , ' K L. ,ag sf J X ,. 1-1 .1, . 4 'il ' N w 4 X 5 L M5 ft mg, 'S 59 MARILYN SIZEMORE Editor 1961 Pine Conte Staff -..D an WW AWN, iff 1 tgkvf Editofs Note On our campus at Valdosta State College, the 1960-61 year has been filled with many events that each student will forever cherish. We. the 1961 Pine Cone staff, have tried to cap- ture memories of these events through pictures and words. And as we progress, we have tried to im- prove the Pine Cone by the addition of extra color and added pages to various sections. Without the help received from Taylor Publish- ing Company, Bookmanis Studio, the advisors. the faculty, and the students, this yearbook would not have been completed: and it is to them that we say 'athank youf, We hope that this yearbook will be received by the student body as proof of many hours and con- centrated work placed into the making of the 1961 Pine Cone. MARILYN SIZEMURE Editor JOE WEBB, Business Manager JOHN MASSEY, Associate Editor .lULlE MQNEAL, Layout Editor Seated: ,lean Strickland, Business Staff. Stann' ing, left to rig : -, s lerry Straughan. Business Staffg Barbara Lan ' ht Jimmy Butts Mary Anderson, g- iffy, Creeks 'Editorg Lucy Proctor, Organizations Editor. Not pictured: Maxie Hasty, Sports Edi- torg Ma rtha McElroy, Class Editorg Emily Shiv- ers, Copy Editor. ff? an Y, Aff l f5iF'!5fw'e-e , f ,f tl :aes titty gf 0" 'QQQQ asia 2352 EMS '39 fiktiitt 1 .em . '42 .. . , ragga lllklifi gi? 4 f-.' Wiki ' Xllqh I tax , if" A ff I Tag. if 'A Qligfsis W 145,75 X - .M , ' L 4,5 x 4 Q - N . VS? 4 F -oi I X .ff M lr A-e H, 14 Lx at,ta f Q ,Lllulf.s.a'::.-os1F!"I5u- -gi 'VS' 1--.....,:,,,-Q-WMA, my X , i-,. HAROLD CULLIVER Advisor X X ,fl 1 in s Wx ! 55 ' , S. t ff .. 4029 1 41 'i N L 4' .5 ? 1 ' .- 7' ar-A f W 1 .S 3 H .i,' , i ., :A-G i f 1' .4 If mi ft ' ' ., f, if t e 1,4 Q 'R' ' ' .I 4 f Y ,. 1 bv ,S J' . rl Q -,,,F,5J . p ' I 5, A 1. fi' RP - ' R, is t 'x " , -' X gr dx U! X K I V Seated: Mike Reuhlin, Photographer. Stana'ing, I ' left to right: Toni Steele, Class Editorg Bob 44,5 Cornelius, Carole Lee. Photography Editors: " Janice Simpson, Class Editorg Marianne Baxter, Joann Wisenhaker, Senior Editorsg Rachel Nor- , man, Features Editor. E. ni I. M V 'Al 1.71 xA I Qs f . .3-' x- f , ,..P 'F' ig? fsv .. ' f iv fir t. 1 x s A L . .W 3, : s ' ' Seutml: SANDRA PATILLO. Feature Editor Strzmlizig: SANDRA MASSEY Fmfivly Editor I 1.-l ami 1 Y up , 5 .JJ I 4 f Dx V1 W o 9 Al' 4? ix if 41' f X ii- , l., , x I: ig fi' gi. ,V MMM INN NJ' k i gill AP. 49" U,,,,.g if W gf i 1 iiN1UX5 . ,Mis O Q O yw fs' 1 1 1? ' " N-.. I A-ff' .mu 43N 'V vs Q RV LAMAR PEARSON Editor if xi.. 1 E 2. A Serzlvfl: HUGH MCINTYRE Standing: CARY SMITH, F' ' , fx. f R A IJ- is Make-Up-Staff 9 f 53 I iv' I 9 PH SLB gf' NX sg In . .. U N 5 l Java, e X. . 4-aiisfxzfasg: it A- Left to right: Betty DeVane, Sarah Greene, Doug Calhoun, Cinger Anderson, Emily Leonard, David Melton fnot pieturn-ill, Eflimriul Stuff. The Campus Canop Published every two weeks, the Campus Canopy is the newspaper voice of the stu- dents at Valdosta State College. All of the work. with the exception of printing. is done by the students themselves. The Can- opy strives to give complete Coverage of the campus and to offer something of in- terest to every segment of the student body. ,ff 'Ni Nr 1? C 4 K, . I, I ., , J :Nl Y .Y I , , , 5 x ." l , ... X: -.1 get 1 A .-wx l A ' 17 Xsjz it we QI Y A, i N B, Q X 1 "' ....a as :'- 3 Q M waxy' E 33 " 1.1 XR, 2 K 1' Q J L' v 1 1 . Q b rl-1,141 X Sfflllfllillgf TONI STEELE Scnfvrl: JEAN HOOKS Typists ,171 0 flA.UI1l,'SlIttFHIl lloutnriulnt, lltlllhlfll W ilk I 1 1 1-r, Pvggv llurton, livporrvis, i 'S Q-Q - var i ' at X Q in . I. . 'il 'I 8 ',:5' 'T-. -Q Q., . i E ' - G, Hlwlnuulf i i Z . I 'T-Tis' T 1 K JA - , sr, ' ft V' 1- , 5 5 . P Swufefl, left to right: Wayne Welch, Pr:-sitlentg ,lane Meeks, Betty Pace, Carolyn Carrier, View--President. Stuntling: Eugene Brisco, Atlvisorg Judy Whorton, ,lane kloliiist-ri, Sw-n-t.1x'yg lit-tty fjilmsoii, Sandra fxltissi-y, Simtlm Pgiillo, Rc-porn-rg James Eunice. Baptist Student nion The BSU is a c,listinf'tix'e clenominational ministry on the col- lege campus. Its purpose is to conserve and help train Baptist students for effective Christian cliscipleship. It functions to re- niincl each stuclent of his responsilaility to Christ, his church. and his fltflllilllillilliflll. anti of his obligation as a Christian citizen to Swim-fl, left to right: ,laniw ihI1'I'lj1'l'. lkt- Uoyette. Julia Crumlrly, Margere-t Q the world in which he lives, Not only does the Baptist Student Union remind the stuclent of his responsibilities and objectives in life: it also provides inspiration, information, and fellowship which create the spiritual climate essential for Christian growth while in college. Douglas. Sflllllililllff Sybil Freeman, Bucky Bowles, Roger Kelly, Martha Hicks. i 1- -vu ,551 , ,.......-- '4 ' '.- I , A 1 5 I I ,5 .. H 1 ei, x .. X hw, n it . 1 I f'f' fs f. . 32 All .11 4 IK, X if 41' 5 l lx gilt " ,lf , .f ' fl l CABINET OFFICERS. Sf-ami, left to right: Cloria Criss:-tt, Joyce Robinson, Lalrclle Reynolds, Pri-xidcntg Nlra. l,. J. Harrell, Advisor: Julio Mr-Neal, A250- ciation Vivo-l'r'4-fitlt-ritz Mary Lou Colt-man. Sw-i't-tary: Wanda Thrift, Troasuru-r. Sflllllflillgf ltollcm- llram-lu. lfmily Nloorc. llliarlottv Nlvtflt-llari. Glenda Mc- Clcllan, Carol Vick. Yo l l . Yve unite in the desire to realize full and Creative life through making this life possihle for all people. In the task we Seek to a growing knowledge of Cod. We determine to have a part in understand Jesus and to follow him. First rozv, left to right: Judy Youngblood, Mae Rowland, Balls Fowler, Alva ,lo Lindsay, Patricia Cn-cd, Faye: Howell, Janice Porte-ll. Second row: Nora Lee Brown, Andrea Hickrnan, Clinton Blacklcdgc, Wildtl Britt, Faith Polk, Charlotte Durdvn, Mimi Collier, Dawn Grover, Mary Lou Minchf-w, Snookie Rigdon, Freida Dunlap. Cail Cihhon, Barbara Ford. Thinl row: Rachel Laslie, ,lane Johnson, Nancy Pope, Emily Shivcrs, Betty Pass, Linda Carter, Janice Bowen, Mary Alice Clayton, Carolyn Smith, Patsy Smith, Pat Cochran, Dianne Osl1ornc,,lanis Dixon, Mildred Worley. i .JVQQ BW' 35,5 I x . I' t J 1Q few ff, E1 E 4 4 4.,,ff l JJ I 5 1 1: 5, N' 5-4 1 , Q , M 11 rm ,, 1 QI Nlrs, Hiers, lxlllllllli Nlmllzrn V1 1 Plt'Nl1lLlll lxfldlllli Htlllllu Pillllgll Nuhml Pesldent fdrolwn Garner Secretary 1114 ll Nlrwe 1 lkllltl liulnrr Lrxnffley, Lucy Proctor If-1111 5 f rerne qfmrzd row NI1 HuQbandQ C B ONeal, Lamar PearQon, Elton Sharpe, Carol Alpha Chi The I-lmmr qoclctles were heoun on the V.SC campus to en well ruunclecl Colle-fre Qtuclent hy sponsormff the Maria and Mac cuurafm Nrl111la1wl11p and Hl1I1ll1ldlC mterest in aCaclu111c a1t1w1t1eQ contest each year Slffrna Alpha Chl Qtuxes to pulnt out the importance of lJC1Il0 a Mrs! mu left to rz hr beverly frfene President: Sandrl Nlasuy V110 Prwulent P.1tr1c11 errmfftfm, ecretary are yn Y 1 4n rry in I prrluredl PTPINUTPF 'Nlr Martin, Advisor fron rou My e , , llzml rou Ellen 5lllfIlf NI mm llfrxmv, Carol Eddy, Lucy Proctor, Barbara Langlev Nldfllld McElroy 'K b 1--. ,.. J 'S' ip 5 V X . "W v 5 ... l " 11 n '-N ,-- .- N 1 1 ' i 'fF'i:e' 'QW , . - . , , V n' 'D' 1? "-- ',1:fI T7 Seated: Mr. Robinson, Director. Slflfldllllg, first row: Kay Domingos, Betty Pace, Jane Meeks, Suzanne Brown, Barbara Wailker, Sue Nelle Cirardin. Second row: Jim Varner, Bob Forbis, John McCarty, Bucky Bowles, Jimmy Carswell, Phillip Barr. The V S C Clee Club is for all students who are interested in singing. They present a Christmas program, a Spring Concert, and other programs during the year. The Serenaders is a vocal ensemble of eight to twelve mixed voices. lts purpose is to provide programs of special interest for civic and church functions on campus and in the area. Seated: Sharon Boatwright, Accompanist and Vice-President. Standing: Mr. Teague, Director. Left to right, first row: Andrea Hickman, Judy Hammond, Bar- bara Butler, Carolyn Garner, Lucy Proctor, Emily Shaw, Susan Branch, Melonie Gray, Harriette Hall, Marney Dyas. Second row: Carol Lee, Betty Frances Freeman, Sue Cirardin, Sybil Freeman, Sue Kemp, Carol Eddy, Jane Meeks, Secretary-Treasurer, Suzanne Brown, Barbara Walker, Betty Pace, Kay Dom- ingos, Becky Brinson, Lawanna Carter. Third row: Bruce Mann, Vice-President, Roger Kelley, Don Mclrlan, Phillip Barr, Bucky Bowles, David Melton, Jimmy Carswell, Steve Vaughn, John McCarty, Bob Forbis, Jim Varner, President. ,A I va? ' 1, Mm' AA an '-' VW, Xl 5-.......A 2?-73f First row, left to right: ,lohn Bennett, Joe Webb, Jean Hooks, Sweetlieartg Tommy Sessions, Marshall Black, Treasurer. Second row: Kelsey Kemp, Ben Force, George B+,-ririett, Slit-lint-l Lallootl. Thin! row: Bernie Brown, Vice-President: Cary Smith, Bucky Anderson, Jim Nichols, Presidentg Jerry Straughn, Jim Stev- ens, Secretary. International Circle I The Circle K Club is sponsored by Kiwanis International. and The purpose of the lnternational Relations Club is to help gain it is the only elub on campus with international affiliation. work- gt more intelligent understanding of world affairs. Students inter- ing with the Kiwanis Clubs. They sponsor several worthwhile ested in this subject whose records are aeeeptable to the executive projer-ts in the eonnnunity. They have weekly luneheons with an board of the Club are eligible for membership. The IRC endeavors outstanding speaker. to deal with topics of national and international significance in an impartial manner. International Relations Club Smlwl, lv!! In riglzl: Vt-lnia llaxlvy, David NI:-lion, lata do Sonya, Milo- Single-tary, Vit-e-President: Carol Smith, Seeretaryg Beverly Greene, Tommy Hill, Joy Smith. .lorry Waite-s. Sflllllllillgf 'lknnniy Nloort-, ltoug Calhoun, Virgil Lovett, Miss Prive, Aflxisorg Linnur Pt-ar-on, l'residt-nt: ,loc Toniberlin, Lee Going, Mem- lwr-at-l.argeg ,lint llatls, John Baxlev. .lohn Nlvhlillan, Mr, Carwood, Advisor. -4-JS' ini, N rx" -nam ag, .Mm in, ' , . ,agfw ag.6llrim,., t..qu.-s1.,.aN., t V t ,WM -.--at if u-v-...ar K' 56 ,,,,,, T . sv-. nt A F- -.:,,,,,.. ,.,5g,,,gwrIan4..., "vj11D.e.'lYnk.,y.-K: ' 3 1" 'Q 1.4 ,Q 1 ,.-s., H' X f- U 1 , ,.,'. fa Sealed, left to right: Emily Moore, Alva lo Lindsay, Rosa Wtiriiig, Wanda Thrift. lleunu Dorotlgli, Melanie Boone. Sefonfl row: Bob Curneliui, Sdmuel Coth- ran, Billy Dnsher, C. B. O'Neal, Allan Pendleton, Epps SlllJf?I', ,lnhn Wilkinson. Thin! mzv: Jimmy Harrington, Walt Beech, Herschel Htnnhy, Larry Waters, Jim Harris. Sanford Jones, Tillman Moore. ,N ,R t X ,X I .Qi A. Q, 431- Q -rf! i' .fi .Zh-4f". Af fl' eau -".,.f ,. "'- 'QLQ-1-. x""-.jf.f75!7,.l Lf 5- .,. , .4 .1 ,, 1' .nal " f 225' X4 I t if -1.1.7, -in 4 . Z 'Ei A J Math- cience lub The Math-Science Club is organized fur the promotion of interest in the fields of matlieinaties. lninlngy, physics. and Cheni- istry. It provides the chance for a Student In inerease his limtwleclge and understaml- ing of math and seienee tlirorigli student partieipatinn and interesting progrzllns. -QUIIICVI, ffl! I0 fllglllff lilr, litlllf'l'. 'Mlxixmg llr. Ntwitia, Atlxisnr. SfllIlllill.lf.' Nldrilyn Sift-trinity Swrf-t.nrx'3 Nldlflllil Melilruy, Tr'm1xt11vr'g llnlvfr! lY.1tt-tk. l't't-if --nt: .lvrry SiIAllllQlH1, Yin'-l'ttf-Ltlwttt: l1.nlt.n.t limp, ' ,eff lvy, llepwrtf-r fnwt ptwtntfwl n. I .AQ .M 57 I X it , if ' ... Seated, left to right: Miss Cook, Mr. Cahard, Mr. Carwood. Advisor Pearson. Elders. hades of Grey College is a place where minds and intellects broaden and expand in the search for knowledge. The purpose of the Shades of Grey is to contribute to the stimulation of intellectual activities on campus through research. debate and discussion. Seated, left to right: Charles Davis, President: James Eunice, Mr. Robinson, liam Day. Kent Lewis, Cary Smith, John McMillan, Vice-President. 4.9-1 my i 1, Snmn'1'ng: Doug Calhoun, David Melton, Joe Tomberlin, Lamar The purpose of the M.C.A. is to furnish a medium of Christian fellowship for all male students. and'to enhance spiritual develop- ment for not only the student body but for all people. It works in close alliance with all other religious organizations on campus. ' h " ' All' Men S C 1 LS nan Lance Advisor: George Cray, Virgil Lovett, Clyde Harris. Standing: Doug Murray, Wil- I l 58 I i glg r- t --3 First row, left to right: Joe Welib, Miss Sawyer, Advisor: John Massey, Allan Pendleton. Second row: Gabriel Saliba, Marilu Nesmith, George Hubert. Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega was organized as an honorary dramatic na- The purpose of the Sock and Buskin Club is to promote interest tional fraternity for the purpose of providing an honor society in theatre and training among members: and In provide social. for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics and stage- cultural, and dramatic experience through club activities. craft. ook and Baskin Seated, left to right: Starlet Geiger, Carol Lee, .lohn Massey, Vice-Presidentg Gabriel Saliba, Presidentg George Hubert, Treasurerg Chris Historian, Nancy Pope, John Piece, Miss Sawyer, Advisor, Holt Crosby, Bobby Middleton. Yarborougli, Carol Vick, Bootsie Hartley. Standing: Joe Welili iw 1 ,agp 'L...1 "."Sw-.5531 F- Lawanna Carter, Allan Pendleton. Second row: Sandra Phillips, Robert Waters, Marilu Nesmitli, Secretary: A pfrw? 1 , S F55 anis, it f 71 X Z1 f i,.x! 5 t pi. 4 . , 5, I 1 ,,-gk? .t H ,F fi ,I fb ,gi K 1' 5-F , pp 6 , as ,, px , ygiktii 1 , N ,T 3 i L fx V fi 491 , ' Q 1 f, V 'QQ 1 'I iv. , 6 t , a Q 5? 'ei .f 5 f at 'if Qt .,- V,- wi vs. 4 QW 4. ,155 -.M NJ 1 1' ' T 'P 13270033 C117 Za' S-ef' sie' QUIIIGII left to right' Beverly Bridges Sophomore Representative and Social Chairman, Sandra Massey, Junior Representative and Secretary-Treasurerg Louise .l d M y - - . , -'fa Y 4 Wight, Sc-nior Rcprcscntatixe: Leslie Brown, Prcsidcntg Sandra Patillo, First Vice-President: Virginia Lamb lnot picturedl, Second Vice-Presidentg u y Wharton, Soplioinorc Heprcscntative. W.R.H.C. The purpose of the W'omen's Residence ,Hall Council is to strive to achieve the regulation of the dormitory studentis life for the goufl of the majority, and then to develop not only a sense uf honesty hut a sense of responsibility in each student: to encourage and provide opportunities for the development of leadership among students: to proxifle practical government. Scnrwf, left to right: Sandra Mas-ey, Sandra Patillo, Pat Herrington, Program Visor: l.awanna Cart:-r. Slfznfling: ,lean Strickland, Rachel Norman, Peggy H f-fs, 4--. The English Club has as members all who are majoring or minoring in English and who are interested. The club endeavors to promote an interest in current literature, modern authors, and creative writing. The English Club meets every second Weclnesclay of each month. 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' ' '?"...?:f- eff . 1- . l 1-I-'H-dl--' " ' "fine ' ---"' em' ' ' G Pg, ' 5 90' im - V 'EN' it Seated, left to right: Pat Herrington, Secretaryg Betty Pace, Vice-President, Carolyn Garner, President: Sandra Patillo, Treasurer, Second row: Sandy Smith, Joyce Robinson, Mary Holland, Gene Kiff, Vonnie Williaiiis, Lawanna Carter, Elizabeth Parramore, Jeannie Posey, Grace Moore, Betty Pass, Sandra Ford. Standing: ,loe Craft, Tommy Hall, Alen Rollins, Williairi Mclilver, Carol Thrift, Carol Smith, Mary Anderson, Pat Luke. Beverly Greene, Mildred Worley, Alma Crubbs, Judy Jones, Elaine Fallen, Sandra Massey. Education lub The Education Club seeks to enlist all those students interested field. A yearly project is undertaken to help children and also to in working for better education and for well-heing of children. raise standards for teacher training. Programs are centered around topics of interest in the education Seated, left to right: June Knight, Claudette Golden, Lyn Lewis, Kaye Park. Sewund row: Chris Cleaton, ,lane Jolmson, Carole la-wis, lleanie- jones, Barlmara Ford, Mary Lou Minchew, Judy Garrard, Charlotte Durden, Clinton Blackledge, Linda Carter. Slrznding: Billie Anne Roberts, Nancy Pope, Nancy Bass, Patsy Smith, Sara Moody, Patricia Creed, Rachel Laslie, Susan Slaton, Charlotte Hortman, Wilda Britt. Sarah Greene. , . '. f:'1wa..x--'-.,,. .-A-V--. . ..,. . ,,,,1 ,M , Q A lyric H Aw ,. -W , I ,Z 1 4r.,I . ii W " ififii 1 N" H 'C ' . ii - ' .U i f" ' .t I , 1 ,es 5 ' 5-V, Y., hte e I' tt I s . u. U agyv, H -.Yi all 'after 4 M . 'ft 'F Q f 3 . f U 'K A A l xx wk Ht - ,V 1 "' ' lt fx - bl .,,- . ez lu,-79? M A f I ,n m ,mmm 4 xi! 'Q' tr ' wi? Seated, left to right: Nlaxit- Payne, ,linnes Stevens, Jcrwunn Phillips, President: Mi-lony Cray, Kelsey Kemp, Treasurerg ,lane Johnson, Secretary. Standing: Kr-nnvth Kuipers, Guy Tittlv, Miss iNlcKneely, Advisorg Ben Force, Sidney Morris. Future Business Leaders of America 'llhe purposes of the V.S.C. Chapter uf the F.B.L.A. are to pro- of toclay. They are given experience in serving the faculty and mote business eclueation and training among its rnemlners. and student hotly. which will help them in their work in the future. also to provide social. Cultural, ancl business experience through The cluh consists of majors in the field of Business Administration activities of the club. The eluh strives to present to its memhers ancl Secretarial Science. a hetter unflerstancling of the prospects in the business world Smhwl, lat! tu riglifg Cnil Nliffltillan, Jnily Youngblood, Ramona MeClaun, Nan Thomas, Judi Weber. Standing: Helen Young, Elton Sharpe, State Vice- Pft'sill6I'llQ Jufly Butler, Janice Simpson. as 14" 4-P' .--W qgx ff 3:'U'5"..-f AX ,ff -'F f Vi 1f,,"". Sports SENIOR VrXRSI'I'YfF1'rst mug left to riglil: Charlie Green. roar-li: Roger Iloiiglas. Mike Perry. W. JK. Carver. Robert Sand:-re. I'It'I'll1Lll1 Hucleon. Cary Colson 1-oar-li. Swwzrl mu! jerry llreenwalrl, NIZIIILIQIKWZ .lim Melvin, Doug Winters. jim NII'IllDIg. Sonny Willignns, Robert Anderson. Ilnnn-r Chainbliss, Robert Bailey .Inhn Dain-Il. The 960-'61 Rebels JUNIOR V:XRSITYffl,wfI to right: Roger Ilnliglae, Robert Samlere. Nlike I5-rry. W. A. Carver, II'-rlnan Iluilwn, Charlie llreen. maclr, -grew.. - r' I ' ,-- ' 'X , X. X if-A - 1 I rf ' X . L." if aw' "IQ 1" I V ' 2 s- S ,,.f1"T, -A '1. :iz - ' ' V ,. 1 'He Due to the shrewd Coaching of Coaches Colson ancl Green anfl the fine teamwork of the Rebels. our team now ranks first in the GIAC. The Rebels have defended our flag with great spirit and have only lost one game on the home Court. The students are supporting the Rebels all the way and are planning to See the Rebel flag flying in victory. Hmmm' Clmnllrliw Ijmlg f ,.. ..- .- ff '- sf' W x ,' Wintcrs gf. 1961 VSC Rebels ,lim Us lx lll lat 117011 Bailey J xnxx 'x-.. 1,1 ,I X - -x ,,. - ,. M. LQ A 'ap -. , Af V , -' -z."- ."v'v""3 ""'-' ,eh-,AQ-5. . ,AI Af .4,'i,x.-gk, , , .15 L., Smnny XViHiillllS ' E .1 nm 1 .- -gf ' - V 960 '61 Scores Alumm Rollins Georgia Slate 1 Y Florida Southern Og1611l1Dl'lPl,' College of f.har1e-sion w Y Qollege of Umrlesloll Georgia Slate Imflrange Berry Shorter Rollins 1AJf1I'HlIQ.l R1-rry xvvsl Ct'4ll"'ll :- 66 John Da1Ze11 They 66 72 6-el 90 79 66 57 55 59 Mlxl 56 72 71 123 1' Ju We 86 57 36 65 56 95 113 56 36 57 53 92 77 62 91 ,W - I on S . C ,lim Nichols R 1 E . B E L Robert Anderson in Q' SQ' X, 77" - P rl: 5 f -l I G HV 'dl'-Q F M, ., ,.. ,I """ ,..-1,57 1 eni- .1-. -ii Cham shoots to up the score for the Rebels. Cham shoots again and Nichols IULlk1"4 sure-. 9 9 60- 61 Season Two points for Doug WinterQ. f, '-. Q-N ' , . IILIIIVX - upi 1 W wx .w 67 . X ' lljlrizx? 5 - ,M f? J was S iff 4 ov 5. 'sf 3 ., . x t 'T ' . ff, Q , ' 1 J M ? . ,,-My-' M 'awww " 'L t."""'v- If fe X, "X C 'inf 1' ff NJ NQVEW 5- i SALXI'- r I9 5 ' -ill' - Ti rf. LY 9: ' A- ' Al! T T X if . , 'Hu W First row, left to right: Emory Molnley, Capt.: Gerald Delaney, capt.g Buck Ethridvt-q jimmy Harringl n J . N I N ' Tliomas, lluddy llrotfk, Sonny Taylor, Ste-ve Chitty. Third row: Johnny Mclntyre. Tlfillard Criffis, Smteife lsilhileriilghbxlcelselgolliiqrolli Jdmeb Jennings Tommy voavlig Mike Lallood, manager. ' R au ner' Buck 'ow Bllly Gfdnl LIUAMIH GRANT V C Baseball Team Florida Southern Florida Southern Tampa ooot,ooooooooo oo,, 1960 ,a oo,oo oooo 5 0 2 O Tampa ,,oooo,oooo,. , ,o,,o 3 LL Piedmont .,...o,.,.,,rol .,.,,, 3 4- ,lacksonville U. ,. t. ,.o.to 4- 8 Taylor U. 13 North Ga. t,oo ,ooo.o 2 13 , , . Q 1,2 farm- Q Oglethorpe 1 " ., ,Q ,, ,L it , 'L 'Sf ' pri y . ' ,lack onville 2 3 1 ws.. Totals Won hp 15 x . 'ivf COTQS West Ga. a West Ca. . Oglethorpe Ca. State a Ga. State . Piedmont a Berry .aa. Berry ..oo Shorter .atoo Shorter too,, Lost 5 The 1900 baseball team was V.S.C.,s most outstandmff athletlc team since the school started intercollegiate competition The team s big assets were strong pitching, sharp infield play and the push inf' drive of Coach Grant. eff ,.v 4 ,. -,. r - 1- ,-,. lf." V' ' U1 i pr-. aft: l 'f. ' A '-f'f.,-.' . ,' ,,,,',',.v hi . 4'-' 9 .vQ ,.. .M , N , - .lg 31 A 135q,.U.f,.,, Y' . -- C7131 , ,, n,.,,yQ W 521 , ., ..,1:,:.1s. M wg- .,..--.4 ,M 2:4212 My . .' Q vv 4' 'f . - . .r -1 1 xx . ,N,S,1.':f5 f-: X A - "' ' ,zxjz-:"j.u" T? r h V ' I '. ..,,,' . ,, ,fl'j'1,- , , .. ,.: '44 ' n-: 'f Liga ' R H7 Kia. 2. 4 x L ' 'Ff " rr" 0 J 5 A 4' S xi .1 A , Fr- 1 iN wfg- ml A, Ik ,M ff Q. -if Sf f dw -I STEVE CHITTY FIRST BASEMAN "ff 'ufv I' ' A -V v r '1' nf A ,-I-'J .,g "5 . . - -....1'..E- .' he B1 Pu one ln hls 9411 ' STEVE KEBLER! 60 Baseball The Mlghtv FIVEN y vi 5.1 A x ? P1211 B X f q.. ....-if-A H V . .. lx J .V .- J ? W 4 k N? Q sv XXL -J fig V V .'. x -I '5 .A ,.-1 Q . l.1- f -I .---.we .-- -Y ,-me ' 'UM .,.. I 4 ff , k -Q Q , u .tw . -BU 'V iiifj Zakir xi, ,. 4, 'M l i ' 5' . ' H x .A -Wig 0 . ! ,, 5, , Q. i 4 . M A K I ,, uf' tl' ,mf r :Q . wk, 1 f - ,mg .I . S" XM fl" wfggfa Q, - . ff' my N , 1 r . ... 'wail ff ,. -M . A ' .-'1- D W,-N 4 M., M ff f .. 4' ,N v,g'1'.1Y M 1 , 1 , ,-,ig,,. A M - g 1 - 3 X Q, , r A Y , N ,P J , :Ai ri anti. hr ,fit f frgrd .A Zi' 1 V ii' vw Q " ' . 4 .gf f , an N 1 X me . . f .. -'-ff 'Q '- - x ,. H, rv f . X -fn y . g., ' V . , f ' f" V 4 -'Is-f, ,L R v -...li-f W' A ' .. v . . .-vfign j fn- -aa ...Q 911 f .gm BUCK ETIIRIDKLE, VITCIIER ANU CA'I'ff.HER "The Million Dollar Infield" 960 Tennis Team The tennis team for '60 has been outstanfling nn nur eainpus. Last year they won the GIAC 4-uiife1'em'e with Bucky Anderson Carrying the singles and Bernie Bruwn and Bucky Anderson varrying the clnuliles. Vlfe might aclcl that they mm all their emifereiive games last year. and the stuflent lmtly is expeeting anuther cham- pitnisliip winning team for our '61 season! l"1'r.s1 mug lwfl to right: lie,-rnie lirown, Billy Meljnniel, .luvkie llmu-ll. lfmu-li tlnry Culsmi. Second row. fe!! to Faulkner flips to Moliley, grabs and flies tu first! righfi .lim Nivlmlx. ,lrvhn Baskin, Bueky Anderson. .aw W- . '9"f'f'7'fi' FF . . ,. ak af a 5 W r 4., '15 I7 .gg eff! Q2 1, f. '0- I id .f I 4 cl ,, - 5154715 X ,fc X. r I 'il 'i .- , i 11 " K f A 1 rw , ' , if . C' 'arid-ip, v F I I Q ., . ,......r M, 6 1 .. 14 Q , f ' i x " 1. ' 7 Eg.i"'lYQiWg.1Lg 2-:wing lllrgnams ' f?M?3i9Qf::g'l'f29HQagg A . .4 V, , mfg 'WEP2' 'Wan .. i.i- .1 'Ivana'-12 .Wing Lkiwllt gm if iilila V 1 .i1..,.f!l4'! ,vw . A ' H J:- ,f .,,.,5f'.5b1w '02 , it ' ,i AE.. X N 4 ---.sE.:3'--f 1 fi ,X , ' , 5 wi' v M " 1 r .q 1- 1-: if ' A' i . ' ' " 'J ' - of-'f3,""1'z'?3':rff 'T -A .'5QQ',q.,- , x . 1 ff.: Y- 4... a - '- dl . X M vw 5. ' M23 , 'fi' . ' , 51: 'Jil X NJ' ' Y, J ' 'jf 1, A .gm 173' ' 4 V Fd v A ., 1k, K , : 4.. 1 -.f ,An -5 - ..,. vi.. . -'aff , N ' 'ix . - 'A gtk n ,.f? Boxing is a new lad un campus, right. George? Q Y gi ul' wi lu si 'l xi --,-Q--m.!!zi. L . X 23 ..-..-.....---..-1....-H, , A group full of pep, they are always prvscnt In 4'llf,'1,'l' our Relay-ls In x'i1'lory. I,'f'1zlvr: Sur- Xvflgllll, vuptanin. Left I0 riglzri Tanya Miley. Virginia Wade, llail llruwn. Marilyn Huulnw, Vat ll.-riingtun. Nlully 17101,-. man, Marian Hunce, "Sugic" l,i1la Carroll, ihlll!'Ql1lI'l'l lhivis. C eerleaders Lettermangs Club First row, left to right: Billy Nlrljunicl. Tim Vinson. Gerald Dvlgniy. 500. and Tr:-us.: jimmy H11r1'ir1gLton. .luhnny N11-liltyre,-. Sw-01111 ruux' 'llunnny l'lLllL'llt'l'. BL-rnn Brown, Buddy Brock, Charlie Clark, Charlie Green. Vice-Pres.: Bucky Anderson. Steve Chitty. Tlzinl wiv: Einury Xlulilvy, l're,-s.g Hans:-l Faulkner, Lamar Pearson, Steve Kebler, Jimmy Melvin. Cuach Grant, Sponsor. 1 wuum. -0, an-1... -,uw X1 1 W To is W' l 6 H--M--me 3 l , g P f fe , 1 1 ' ' 1 , g X i E , . ' 5 l is ' " " 0 , 7, 'ri ." is Q 1 i A f ' Q4 A A , - if , ,fr a K e if t ,, ,Az F ,I N L 5 Q , F ,ED - 7 , EA. 3 M an .AUG , S . i . as . f f wa -, - 5 2 V' 3 , -r f t G- ' ' it' P, , J" 1 ta l :xr I PW' 'I MHQJ- A Q 4 K I 7 P' 6 X 1' ft ,fat eager- :fy A ,t . - f tw was e i it Q 1 5' ,z M t.,.:-' f af 2 1 ' 'Ar .". if? f F P' ' , . . t I V W? f WMWWWWG .-...J 'si' 15 ,M53 , l . , 1 ,X Iwi., .41 f -f ,W ' - r, , ' . to yy 'Y , e . guy 1 q,f, ' f qv? xr M ff " ,aa 1? -.N A -. , . fa. V W ...L L we 't...,.,.e - Fira! role, left lo right: Vonnie Williams, Martha Sue Bragg, Pres.: ,lo Riteh, Vice-Pres.g Sandra Ford, See. and Treats.: Mrs. Veatch, Sponsor. Second row. fwfr In right: Harriett Hall. Linda Hudson, Selina Wisenhaker, Judy Whorton, Pat Herrington, Kay Domingos, linda l.ittle, Norma Lou Maxwell, Tanya Miley, Roslyn Spraylwrry. Tlzirfl rout, let! Io right: Sybil Freeman, Bobbie ,lean Powell, Glenda Meljlellan. Andrea Hickman, Nora Lee Brown, Susan Lee Johnson. Judy Parker. Ruth Welch, Peggy Barton, Gloria Crissett, Carol Knight. Fourth row, left to right: Marney Dyess, Susan Slaton. ,loyee Robinson, Patricia Creed, llllllflltllf' Nic-ill--Ilan, Nl:-lanie lloone, Barbara Ford, Mary Lou Minchew, Brenda Houston, Janiee Postell, Mary Elizabeth Hartley, Donna Boone, Marianne llaxter, Martlia Hit-ks. ports Club Three sororities and one independent team makes up a Club that leads lu healthful living and a well-rounded student. Fins and Flippers Fin! row. left to right: Brenda Houston, Willie Hunt, Pat Cochran, Melony Cray, Seeonzl row, left to right: Martha Sue llraggr, Vice-Pres., Robin New, Secretary and Treasq Vonnie Williams, Louise Wight, ,ludy Parker, Linda Hudson, .loan llunter. Hal Worley, Pres. lNot picturedl. 'ra la 5 dl 9- Q :ax s ' Q-H '-74 Z, .- sfo 1, ,,.--f' "" W-is . ..--,-f"""""' 0.-a Q i .- Q , . Q, . , at K N.: 72 "A ""' ,, Ns ,-f lasses ,,,,, ,.-.fy-W.-Q ww- , ff' ,sem - . N , ,K BETTE W. ADAMS oooso , w ., . . . o o Valdosta. Ga. B.S. Major: Elementary Education MARY ANDERSON ttttttt t.tttt tttttttvttt.t o o oMoult1'ie, Ga. RS. Major: Secondary Education 'fi YWCA I, 2: BSU I: Education Club I, 2. 3: Pine Cone Or- ganization Editor I. 2: Business Staff 3: Campus Canopy Senior Class of 1961 CLASS OFFICERS: Left to right: Robert Waters, Presi- dent: Mike Singletary. Vice- President: Bascom Rauler- son, Treasurer: Penny Wil- liams, Secretary l'Not Pic- turedl. ....f-Millbr- fo' .rw Staff 2. ISDMEE DARLICY RARRS , or o Wayc1'oss, Ga. Q IIS. Major: Iflenivntary Education , im H Y. 'Ilransferrecl from Georgia Southern College: Fins and Flippers if .I '7 ' ' lg lfrlmfalion Club l. 1 I JIMMY REID IIAIIIIS so Norman Park, Ga. -f-M fl IIS. flflf1jor.'Binlogy 1 Minor: Ilistory 4, Pine Cone Stall -l-1 IRC l. I 74 X 2 ---"Y r ..-af" ternily -,ff ,Jr 7'-35'-BX XP E a f '25 "f P c ' R , in . AF' .x, J.. K. ROYCIC XY. Seniors I Qol XI.'l'Flt ISICMIII l ' f '17 l'l.S. llnjor: lliologx ll1'l1o1'.' I'iIlQ1llNll , w V - f il lim ltiiul ll ni Norman Lolle-uv: lull lxapi 1 ll nl in lux , . Bll l N HOD IBICHIIY lux 411111 4 1 , . . . . w P S. rllrzjoz. lmfim-RR Jxfllllllllblllllllbll leon nil , DONNA LOUISE IRSOONIC . Va I osti Ci 'W HS. llojor: Sor'iolog1y---SofiillXvurli 4 S. ..,,v-57 ,IAIVIICS DARRELI. DISIWEN Vullr tl AB. rllnjorfllistory .llI.lI0f.' lfnglisli IHC l. . . ,. fl THOMAS LOUIS BROCK -. - OOO.. Columbus, Ga. 4 HS. M ' :Aeefu t' g ,Li -wa. I Transferred frorilijgeorgiajSiiLitIl1western. 'ir A y. Baseball 3. X ' I BERNARD LOAM BROWN I rrrrr .-va1d0Sf.1. Ga. 5' B.S. Major: Business Aclrninistration I! N ff Q-T Transferred from Armstrong College: Clee Clulw 21 Circle K. 2. Board of Directors 3. Vive-Pres. 41: Serenaclers 22. 3: Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 2. Treas. 3. Pres. -14: IFC Al: Tennis Team 3. 4: Whf1's Wh1'l -I: SGA Senior Rep. 114. 'N-0 Hi. .X , . ' ' -.wi v JEANETTE LESLIE BRIDIWN - . Griffin. Ga B.S. Uojor: lil:-inentary I'DfIllf'E1liOl1 Kappa Delta Sorority 2. Sergeant-At-Arms fl. Chaplain rl: Fiflu Cation Club I. 2. 3. .lz TKE Sponsor l. 2: Pi Kappa Plii Spon fq sor Rl: Sports Club I. 2. 3. l: YWCA l. 2. First Vive-Pres. 3, 4: IVIYF I. 2. 3. el-1 VVRHC See.-Treaa. 3. Pres -l: Vlflixfs Who -1-. ' JANICE MQCRANIE CAIVIMIN , . . Nloultrie. Ca. my HS. Major: lflernentary lfclueation Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 2. See. 3. -1: Eclueation Club I. 2, 3' Panhellenic Council Treas. 3. Q 1 tv R 7 ae .A 1. 415. f ,cg -W. ." 9, i T ,pn my 'fi DOROTHY RAE CARTER . 7, ,, ,,v Valdosta, Ga. BS. Major: Secondary Education FULTON LAWANNA CARTER ,., , ..,..,, .AlHl3, Ga. RS. Major: Junior High Education , Transferrefl from South Georgia College: Educ. Club 1. 3. 4: . Sock and Ruskin 3. 4: Clee Club 4: English Club 3. 4. Iv T? ELEANOR JANE CHAPMAN eucdcu, c,c, Oglethorpe, Ca RS. Major: Medical Technology Transferred from Georgia Southwestern College. MARY LOU COLEMAN A .c...u .C . ..cu ...... T ifton, Ca 'W Seniors 1961 RS. Major: Biology Minor: English ANTHONY PETER CORSU New Rrunswicli. N. J. ' RS. Major: Biology ' ,UK ,lllliII0l'.'l'iIlQllSl1 H1 t iw Filii l7orlunav Fraternity Sec. l. Pres. 2: Pi Kappa Phi Sec. 3. Chaplain l: Class Pres. fl: IFC Pres. 3: SGA Class Rep. 3: lVlall1-Sf-ieiice Clulv l. ANNE REAl,l, CUVINCTUN .. . .. lVloultrie, Ga. RS. x7lfl1ljUl'.' Elementary' Eflur-ation 1,1 A-. I i. .-i,-A hw-.V V, 64 'f' '- i .. J' -17' , - ' -fx , .. ff If N. .iff ,W 1 v 1 'v v x ' 'W JOE l.l',Rl W ,C.IiAl+ l. H Y A Valdosta. Ca. . AN lib. fllujor: N-comlary l'Alllf'2lll0Il rIiI'llll5l-t'l'l'l'fl ll in Nm-1:1-1nf.oII4-gf-. N ,N . . . . . . . . , ,Q A f . l'lIfXN.l'b f,Al,l'. lll',AN llearson, Ca. " " , Rb. llajol. 2 ll in 'nlwrx lwluvzllnm I' I Y WC fl 76 Seniors 1961 .755 .. 755 F F1iANt3Es ZAN1' liE1.AN1f3Y . xi im.. it i . If BS. tllajor: Soi-iolopy.Soc'ial xlilurlg f 41' . , X Minor: English !""'fT7 . X 5 T' ty CAl'iUl.lf Wl'lifiiHl'lli EDDY liarlif L I -X-'lb BEN M, FORCE ...... .. , .M , ,,,. 4 Valdosta. Ca. B.S. Major: Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Historian 1. Vice-Pres. 2. Treas. 3, 41 Circle K 3: Campus Canopy 2. 3. --la: FBLA l. 2, 3. 4L. RONALD GLENN FOUNTAIN ,eeeeee.e . Albany. Ca. B.S. Major: Biology Minor: Chemistry Transferred from Georgia Southwestern College. WAYNE LANCE GARRICK -. eeeee Miami Springs. Fla. BS. Major: Secondary Education Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity l. 2. ffl: Basketball 2. 3: Baseball 2. 3: Class Pres. 1. SCA. BETTY P. COOGE ....... .. ....................,...... Valdosta, Ga. BS. Major: Secondary Education Transferred from South Georgia College: Alpha Chi 4. A.B. fllajor: Humanities ArtEnipha Cwlee Cluli 2. fi. sl: Sigma Alpha Chi 12. fi. tl: Alpha Ch 1 ininster Youth Fellowship 1-. FRANCES B. EPSTEIN . A . .. Valf o ti C A.B. Major: English Transferred from Brookly n College. JAMES HANSEI. FAULKNER . . Qpallx C11 BS. Major: Ac-C-ounting ,.-r A6 . ii? 3 'W 'Hi' x F 1 ' V, 'Y my . V. Q u ...Q y M97 N-9 vu W' if Fi if ii li i A ' ii f if 'flf W- . 'ff p " M ix? yas, 1 ' , 9.5 vs. s es- 4 3.3-,-s Seniors 1961 WILMA JEAN HOOKS , E E ssss so E Sylvester, Ca. B.S. Major: Secretarial Science Alpha Xi Delta Sorority l, 2. Treas. 3. Pres. -lg FBLA 2. Sec. 33 SGA Sec. 3, Sr. Rep. Ll: Panhellenic Council Sec. il: Marga 3g Miss Pine Cone Jig Homecoming Queen 3g WlllJ,S Who -l. MARILYN LlSlCl'l HUGHES E A so as Valdosta, Ga. B.S. Major: Secondary Education Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 2, Becorfling Sec. 2. Corresponding Sec. 3, rl: Glee Cluh lg Sports Club l, 2. 3, 113 Class Sec. 3: Whcils Who lg Etlur-ation Cluh 3. l: Panhellenic Council 2. PHUICBE ANN llliMl'llllll'iS L Valdosta, Ca. BS. xllajor: lflc-meiitury Etlucation lllfllllflllllll Cllllb Il. fi. rlg liSll l, 2, fl: Sports Cluli gg SGA Girls' Town Rep. I: Alpha Xi Ili-lm Sorority 2. JOHN ll. JACKSON Jasper, Fla. BS. .'llIljUl','Xllllllt'l!lllll1'S .lll-llfllf' lhgglisli Filii l7orlunae- l'll'Zllt'l'IlllY Sec. 22 ll: lxgiplm l'l1i lfxdilc-l'iiity Sec. 13, lg SCA 'l'rcus. l: llfii 'lit-as. lt Vi liol Who I. 78 ABNER JAMES GUTHRIE o.u,ooo,,o....,...o, Nashville, Ca B.S. Major: Business Administration-Economics FBLA LL. TOMMY EDISON HALL .i,,s ,L.e....e.,sesee.... V aldosta, Ga r B.S. Major: Secondary Education . JACIX. HARRELL E cicccccccc L e...e.,cc..ucccc.cec Qtllllllall, Ga A.B. Major: Sociology Minor: English JAMES LARRY HIGHSMITH .,,cec E, .ccccc,,.,..e Boston, Ga B.S. Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics fd-.gg "ht I x -ur-M "'?" '1'f'f""'7QP C fr-sw -M A .'- - :4 --'ll' ' M. N 'lf' WJ My . 5g,iJf SANFORD LEVI JONES .L occt ,tValdosta, Ga. B.S. Major: Mathematics Minor: Physics KELSEY KELLY KEMP toooo . Valdosta, Ga. B.S. Major: Business Administration-Economics Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity l. Treas. 2. 3. Pledge Trainer -ll FBLA 1, 2, 3, Treas. 11: Dance Club Vice-Pres. 2: Campus Canopy 3, Business Manager 4: SCA Vice-Pres. SUE KEMP ...,ee e.e.e S ,S eseeeeeee,e Fernandina Beach, Fla. A.B. Major: Humanities Music Emphasis Clee Cluh 3. fl. MICHAEL JOHN LaHOOD L aaaaac.t,,..,. C Valdosta, Ca. B.S. Major: Business AdministrationfEconomics Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity l. Treas. 2, 3. -1: Circle K 2. 3. Alt. Senans 1961 WILLIAM ROBERT JENKINS Vttltloslu. Ca. B.S. Major: Business Administrationelic-4tnornivs Pine Cone Staff l 1 House Count-il 12. JAMES D. JOHNSON C C C J Quitman. Ca. B.S. Major: Accounting CONNIE lVlARlE JONES , ,S ooooo S, cocoooe Perry, Fla. B.S. Major: Elementary Education Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 2. 3. 44: Education Club 2. JULIA ANN JONES to ,aoe at fl'hornasville, Ca. B.S. Major: Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 2. 3, Scholarship Chairman lg Educa- tion Club l. 2. 3. 4. ,f-.. nfl' X 6,1 YTILTV g! ,fi ff? v ,- Lg- J ' : A f .' -Q vqq -X at , h f- K 15 3" 4 -ow.-4.-r?.. . ' - f 1' is 3 A ig, iv W A fi t lg, Y. I -,Q ,-N'-151'-'QQ-jail W-5. 1 ' . ,. - f" 1 , ti fmhmfmf g ga, 133' Seniors 1961 EMILY Mt-BRIDE . or , , . . .... -. --Vald0sta, CEI. B.S. Major: Elementary Education Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 2, 3. 4g Fins and Flippers 2. MARTHA BRUCE MQELROY -2 . ooo.,ooo,..oo QLIIIIHHII, Ga. A.B. Major:Chemistry Minor: Mathematics Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Sigma Alpha Chi I. 2, 3g Alpha Chi Vice-Pres. gl Vifcstminster Youth Fellowship 3g Pine Cone Staff SS: Wlatli-Science Cluh Treas. 3g Physics Achievement Award Ii. lQliAl,il'i BAILEY NIAVIIIIIS . HVQIILIOSIH, Gal. B.S. illfljfllf' Nle-clival 'llcclniology CARI. DAVID X'Il'1l,'l'UN Lvaldosta, Ca. B.S. lffzjor: S4-1-oiuflzxm lfilucation l'lli kappa l'lni fl. Sm-. lg llltl QI. l: ll"C l: SCA Pres. Ali: flillllpllb llquiopy I: lllm- tllnli Vit-1--I'n-S. IS. l: Wlhois Wllo fell , . . . . . . l nlltnvzll-lllstox'n'z1l Sorta-ly l. 80 VIRGINIA DARE LAMB .e..aaaaaaaa.aae.., Tliomasville, Ga B.S. Major: Secondary Education Kappa Delta Sorority I. Sergeant-At-Arms, 2, Vice-Pres. 3 Vice-Pres. -I: Dance Cluh 21 Sponsor Sigma Phi Epsilon 4 WRHC Second Vice-Pres. 3. sig Panhellenic Rep, 3. WILLIAM MACK LOCKWOOD ..rr. . .,.r.err Moultrie, Ga A.B. Major: History Minor: Biology Ix. L. LOIxEY ....rrrr.r.... I ..........rr..,r............ Valdosta, Ga B.S. Major: Accounting VIRGIL OLIVER LOVETT ............r....... Whigham, Ga A.B. Major: English Minor: History .fab ' . ' Q A Q , .X if ff. , mf M . 7 , ,Q ,Rb Seniors 190i JAMES EUWIN MELVIN lllQ1llI,4. Ma. N BS. lllzzjor: S1'f'lJIlflllI'f l'lllU1'LlllHIl 'llI'i1Ilhll1'I'l'L'll llunxlflc-w1'y,ia Smlllmc-sl:-1'11. l3Ol'lllY JOE lvlllDlll,l'l'llON .'xllilIllllQllS, Un. All. ,llajonllllxlmanilie-saaffArl fix wi ELIZABETH TUCKER MOORE w,EE.E , -O Alapaha, Ga. RS. Major: Elementary Education JAMES TILLMAN MOORE as OOOO Valdosta, Ga. BS. fl1Uj0f.'N'l3lllEIH3tlCS Minor: Physics WILLIAM MONROE NANCE E OOOO State-nville, Ga. r w - v lI'LlIlSllQ'l'l'l'll lllrlll Nu1'l11ur1C,ull1-gr-. JOHN EMORY NlOlll,l'lY Valdosta, Gai. HS. lllajor: Sm'iuluy,yfSmQ-ial W4r1'k Baseball l. ZZ. Captain 23. 413 LtfllQ'I'IIl2llll5 Club l. 2. 3. -lg Pi Kappa Phi Fl'LllCl'Illly l. JOE LEE MONTGOMERY O . Valdusta, Ga. RS. Jl1Ilj0l'.'Cl1CI1llSll'y 'llI'ZlIlSllt'I'l't'1,l frmn Norman Cullege. : 'A I Ni, 1' ,, . 11 "Hr 3 .' gs: Y BS. 1ll'c1j0r: SanCiulugyfSm'ial Vlforli , 'F fllillor: History MARILU NQSMITH aasassaass O ,ssaa as sValcl0sta, Ga. AB. llfrljor .' llllIll3Illlll"S-SIJf'PCl1 Sock and Ruskin l. Vlf,'C-lJl'ES. 2. Pres. 3: Alpha Psi Omega 3 Pres. 4: Whcfs Whu 111. .w'x- .try Q a 'M ' D ' 'I V x, '. f 'L .QL ff -,- ' ,QJW J ,I Yr r- 1 V 'ffw f l".lf4Qf,iff?lTfil!f af '- iff' 211 .1""'f'P' g ,fs-ag., 11 Seniors 1961 RIQTSY JICRIVANN PHILLIPS .. . Valcl0sta, Gil. RS. .lfrzjorf Secretarial Science IVIl.l.IAM C. PUVVIQLL . . . . A lVIOult1'ie. Ga. A.R. Ifrijor: History .I'll'I1UI'.' English lIIl'ZlllSlit'I'l't?fl from Norman College. PAMELA PAULK NICHOLS . . f. ..-.--Vald0sta, Ga. B.S. Major:Biology Alpha Delta Pi Sorority I. Pres. 2: Sigma Alpha Chi 2: Fins and Flippers 21 Sports Club Pres. 2: Capt. of Cheerleaders 2: Sec. of Panhellenic Council 2: Homecoming Queen 2: Sig Ep Sweetheart 2: Miss VSC Runner-Lp 2g TKE Calendar Girl Con- testant 2, BETTY MITCHELL PASS so ,............. .Cordele, Ca. B.S. Major: Elementary Education FRED LAMAR PEARSON L s s .. ......... .... S parks, Ca. AB. Major: History Minor: Spanish TKE I. 2. Chaplain 3. Vice-Pres. 4: IFC flag Campus Canopy Staff I. 22, 3. Ed. 4: SCA Vice-Pres. 3: Alpha Chi 4g Political- Historical Society J.: BSU 2: Varsity Baseball I, 2. lg Pine Cone Sports Ecl. 3: Whos Wlifi 4. ALAN RAY PENDLETON ,.... . .... ..... Valdosta, Ga. RS. Major: Biology Minor: English TIQE I. 2. 43 Math-Science Club I. 2. Ll: Campus Canopy Staff I, 23 Pine Cone Staff I. 2: Sock and Buskin I. 2. 4: Alpha Psi Omega 2. -l. f'1""" funk -X liUlil'il'i'l' l.. l'lllNtil'i Perry, Fla. Mg, .FW tux. i1.,f.,,e.- linglisln wa 5' .lfziflwff llislurx V A ISXSKI1 Ml .XSlSl lli' li 'Xl ll,l'iliSllIy I,2llll'l'H0lI, Cal lib. lllflilll .' IIIIXIII4 ss fitrlriiilrisllealtlfvll P lf'm!'.' limlout lnl'-riluiiimzxl llvlilliims tilnli l. 82 4:- 3 -was .-my fflily GEORGE THOMAS SESSIONS SSSSEEEEA,SfSS Valdosta, Ga. B.S. Major: Business Administration-Economics MICHAEL R. SINGLETARY ,,S,.SSS.SSS Thomasville, Ga. A.B. Major: History Minor: Spanish Transferred from North Georgia College. CAROLYN REAVES SMITH ....... Albany, Ga, B.S. Major: Secondary Education ALMA JEAN STRICKLAND ,,,,,,,oo ,,,- llollloooo c L enox, Ga, B.S. Major: Secretarial Science Glee Club 1: Business Club I, 41 Math-Science Club LL: YWCA 4g English Club 4-3 Pine Cone Staff 4. Seniors 1961 MARY LATREILE REYNOLDS cccc Sylvester. Ga. B.S. Major: Social VVorkASociology YWCA 3. THILBERT JAN ROGERS 3 c c, . Pavo, Ga. B.S. Major: Business Administration GABRIEL S. SALIBA, JR. do ce . cccc, cccvaldosta, Ga. B.S. Major: Business AfllhiIllSlI'3llOll?ECOIlO1HlCS Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity 2, 3, Chaplain il: Sock and Bus- kin Club 2. Treas. 3, Pres. -lg Dance Club 2. 3, Ll, Alpha Psi Omega 3, Sec.-Treas. rl. MARGARET JANE SAMMONS .......... Hillsboro, Ga. B.S. Major: Elementary Education X. av 's X i ,St . .W 1 7' Q i.-neu.. fr ,756 ' I N 1. N I ydafj 3 im' 532. , .. -away? Y ..W WW . vm. ELAINE STUDSTILL s . M, , .. . ., .. . Valdosta, Ga. BS. Major: Sociology-Social Work SONIA ELAINE SUTTON . f, . . . . ,. Albany, Ga. HS. Major: Elementary Education Alpha Xi Delta Sorority 2, 3. 4: Glee Club lg Education Club 2. 3: One of Ten Best Dressed Girls on Campus 3. MARY DIANE TUCKER o..,oou.o..,o.,o..loo.,... Lakeland, Ga. HS. Major: Secretarial Science BEVERLY IRENE TURNER ttl,t.,,tt,...l... Orlando, Fla. BS. Major: Elementary Education YWCA 3, 4: BSU I. 2. 3, 4, Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I. 2, 3. 4. A ,sw Sennns 1961 affair JAMEs MADISON VARNER ,ooe ,Valdosta, ca. A A 5 ,gg 2 AB. Major:Music Pine Cone Pliotograplier 2, Campus Canopy Staff 2, Clee Club Pres. Ll: Serenaders lg Whols Wlio 4. STEPHEN REED VAUGI-IN , ss,. . Augusta, Ga. AB. Major: Music Clee Club l. 2. 3. 'll Serenaders I. 2, 3, 'Ig IVICA Pres. 1, 2, Sock and Ruskin lg Campus Canopy Staff lg TKE Historian 2. Zyl. l: Whois Wllio l. p Wm- -e.lA V. ISEAIDIE mlzlic VICIUCIRIS . ..... Peat-Son, ca. ,ji , I fi? . . . 1 1 I Q . fl ' lib. llujor: lulerm-nlary Eduvation 3 K Y A ,IINIMY A. Vv.XINXX'lollGll'l' Stalellville, Ca. I , is 1' ll.5. illfljlflf' llusin:-ss Afliniliislralionfl'lf'ono1nics 84 I af xfflq I A Y. .xi If . fffv Qs, I A I fav -vip, san ww' FN 'M X'-1 -is 99? , 1- Q 511 YY' J' ,X X"-nav' BOBBY GERALD WETHERINGTON .. Hal'1i1'El, Ga. B.S. Maj0r:Aceounting LOUISE HUNT WIGHT ., , ,. ,...., , , Cairo, Ga. A.B. Major:I'IunianitiesaArt Kappa Delta Sorority 2. 3. 43 YWCA Ig Fins and Flippers 3, J.: SGA 2, 3. 4: WRHC 3. 4: Pi Kappa Phi Sponsor 43, Llg Miss Pine Cone Court il: Senior Class Sweetheart llg Who's Who fl. JOHNNY MITCHELL WILLIAMS s.ss. . L Valdosta, Ga. B.S. Major: Biology ,IULIAN A. WILLIAMS sss.i L ssss . ee,issis Jacksonville, Ca. A.B. Major: History Minor: Sociology Senuns 1961 LARRY CHMII.liS WA'llI'IliS lil:u'l4sltf'atl', Cal. B.S. !l1aj0r:Biology ,llinors Cliemislry Nlatli-Seieliee Cluli l. 2. l. Pres. 3: Soplioniore Class 'llrm-ns. .. MCA Ig Ilorln. Counril 2: Wlimmis Who il, ROBERT WILl,IS WA'Ill'iliS . . . Lllclowici, Cu. B.S. !Ifajor.'Biology Math-Seienve Club I. 2. 3. Pres. I: YNICA I. 2, See.-Treas. 3 THE Treas. 2. See. 3. I1 Danes- Cluh Treas. 2. See. 3: BSU l. 2: Senior Class Pres. l. JOSEPH T. WEBB . . Bryn Mawr, Pa. A.B. Major:Sociology TKE I. Serb. 2. 3. bl: IFC 2. 'llreas il: MCA I. 2. 33 Circle K Club 2. Board of Ilirec-tors 3. l: Sock anfl Buskin Club I. Treas. 2. Hist. 44 Min. Association I, Ser-. 2. 'llrt-as, 3: SGA 2g Pine Cone 2. 3. Business Manager l: Alpha Psi Omega 3. 41 Mar- of Ir. College 2: Campus Canopy I. Assoc. Efl. 2: Soph. Class V. Pres. 2. WAYNE HARDY WEl,CI'I .s.. . . L. Lvaldosta, Ga, A.B. Major: SoCiologyfSoc'ial Work A Minor: History BSU I. 2. State Executive Council 3: Clee Cluh I. 2. 3g MCA 1.2. 3. .. A . . ,. V n 3 ur . M. ,405 'Ox J , bm vi, Q . Q rv Q f. 1-fn Q, A ., .. . y M ,F-, cz-1 3,5 H " 1 ,K , ' ov u, , fl?" wr M, g ' .fy -S dl 'Af . . ,9f,.,fH 3. D, 1 Y M ' PENELOPE ANN WILLIAMS .,.A. ......w Valdosta, Ca. B.S. Major: Elementary Education Freshman Class Treas. lg Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3: Miss VSC 3: Homecoming Court 1. PHILLIP S. WYATT C, eeeeeeeee.,.eeeeel.,eeeeeeeee ,lVl0l1ltI'l6, Ga. BS. Major: Accounting Senior class president counseling Z1 freshman Senior class sweetheart in annual Homecoming parade , f 1. ,ga ,I X M' t , ' . " . ' ,w f- ' Y ' 4 . MV ' . M A W nw i ' ,liz 7:5 . '71 ' V we . t A x , - , X .gc V , , .fl 'Qc' 4, . 9 L X -i y :N , . A if. ,. - , ,Y Y V , , x A ' , 5 " X , 5 R 'S' -14, -fi MM' M, A f'5f'Q f we fi-W 1713 A sculpture class in action '3 29 A 'ig I ,., if' fx 9. IIBH ELL X ff: i Y .ga 4 , 2 :jx '4'.'L4L' if Q f A ,fx ., M , ' M. , E r f 4' 5 " "' vi 1' :Q K - M2812 1 ' 1' .Q 'NF Five VSC exchange students gather for a chat 2? , 5 fi ,. if .... 3' -A 4' ,A K sf veJ4+-H " 1 ,-,...p- I Jean and Martha Sue in their Home- coming attire. ull" ?h o ' x - -.-...--...... , -4 . ..-nan-assi' -x,,,,,-W ia a 1 5 f A ff f X -J 1' 1 sffix Y Rnlrin ami iivtty are enjwyingg our nivv Nifillll ptml on valinptlx. f f 'I t . 5 - N 3 4 T-,..v ,.-.rv fl ,-4-r ' nw Q .,- Y Zz:--we 5 'r 9, upon 'SK-it A 4 ' . v,.-'xg -5 I-- ..,, 00 X , 'K I.. 1-,,, .- ninf' 5- 87 CLASS OFFICERS Left I0 riglzl: BUTCH HICKOX, President BETTY PACE. Treasurer BEVERLY GREENE. Secretary CHARLES GREENE. Vice-President funior Class of 1961 . fa z L GENE ADKINS Lake Park. Ga. BUCKY ANDERSON Valdosta. Ga. FREDDIE ANDERSON Valdusta. Ca. JIMMY ARNOLD Valdusta. Ga. ,4 :QM ROBERT BAILEY Vienna. Ca. JOHN H. BAXLEY ' Lake Park. Ga. VEIMA R. RAXLEY Lake Park. Ca. GEORGE BENNETT Valdosta. Ea. ,, y v'Q'52A4,1JlY' I ,url-xx w. m,M:K. Jn. 'l'h1nn:lsx'illv. flu. IN , f"'9u 'Wi , fLl.URLfX RIANI3 V.1l1lml.1.f-.1. KIYHIRYN IXIHSICR Spznrkb, flu. .avg f M . .1 :I VW .,.,-,- ANL' IQ i K Juniors 1961 MELANIE BOONE Valdosta. Ga. MARTHA SUE BRAGG X Folkston. Ga. vb.. DELLENE BRANCH Enigma. Ga. IANICE BRANTLEY Quitman. Ga. DAVID BROOKS Valdosta. Ga. SAM BROOKS Boston. Ga. BOBBYE BRYAN Waycross. Ga. JOE L. BULLARD Wlmite Springs. Fla. FRANK CAMERON Lithonia. Ga. GEORGE CARTER Valdosta. Ga. STEVE CHITTY Valdosta, Ga. JAMES CODY Valdosta. Ga. IOY COLLIER Dawson, Ga. .IOHN L. DALZELL Savannah, Ga. KENNETH DAVIS Colquitt, Ga. WILLIAM H. DAY Blakely, Ga. GERALD DELANEY Valdosta Ga. 'Jul X175 - x 'R , ',. A. rf, . ,La X ...s as ,. 0'2TQ'5 J-6' -:gif .N R, A U Q 7-as - - ' ' , no 2 t -fm. ...J . J J, N J' 1 f ,f I, N--.,,,.... lg -1. ' ' gs,-Tvs u Vs, I 'Y--'TY . T58 ,.1 '. f 1 I, 14 r .4 'ffl 'Wx , , . f ,H - ,. "?"'!"'-11, R x. g I n 1 I . f r, ,a Iwi' M X .LLY9 .-,Yr .f'J .YI ' -6 If A , 1 QI , 5 I Q., --gl I Va? ...Z X S 0 Yi ss! RICHARD DELOACH ' Q Valdosta, Ga. SONDRA DELOACH Valdosta, Ga. LEA FADIGAS DE SOUZA St. Paulo, Brazil ' ., "K x- fa Xxf-ff 41 4-0- tin -.7 89 Slit it iotrs 1961 LONNIE IIENIQINS Vultlwla. lla. JOE IJIXON Alzzptllm. lla. XIAHY ,IIIXNIS IJIXOY kk su , ,.,,,, W Nxt AIIIFIAIVIIS, flu. url , KAY IIONIINCOS l 'Y Nlilm-11 Cu, SARALYN DRINKWATER BZ1II1l'll'lClQ?. Ca. CHARLES DKRDEN "' Fitzgerald. Ca. 5, X DAVIE EIJNIONDSON Valdosta. Ga. LOU FARLOW Boston. Ga. JOYCE FISHER FIELDS Hahira. Ca. fl, SANDRA FORD Valclosta. Ga. CAROLYN CARNER 'l'homasville, Ga. BETTY GIBSON Thonlasville. Ca. vf- Wgmyj' H ERMAN GIDDENS Albany, Ca. MARION G0ING Valdosta. ha. 13" 1-4?fw xmmw CRAY . -ff Vulrlusta. flu. REVERIJY ANY GREENE Valclnsia. Ca. Wm mt M CIIARLES ILIIEICNE I Vulclnslzl. Cu. X 'M , I If 5" A-cf It AINIA CRIIIEIIS It 'f I VPN ' . ll. . nonnv HALL WM I , Nlwultriv. Cu. X' ' MNRI,-KN IIANCE ' , l,ll1lnr"y'. Fla. 90 I l wi I ' I .Q . alan X" 4,-an-LX , I 'I ' ':" WTTQ ,f'Y'5?f .. ., , -v ,Ar 1. "I .1 I ., t. . ,S ab ,V A - 5 I wi? 153237 I ,, f Juniors 1 961 .TERRY HANCOCK Boston, Ga. .IAMES HARDWICK Quitman, Ga. JAMES R. HARRINGTON Valdosta, Ga. VIRGINIA HARRIS Valdosta, Ga. WAYNE HARRIS Nashville, Ga. BENNY HASSELL Quitman, Ga. BETTY IO HAYMONS Moultrie, Ga. MAMIE HERRING Valdosta, Ga. JOHN HICKOX Waycross, Ga. LAWTON HILL Cordele, Ga. GABRIELE HILPERT Cairo, U.A.R. MARY HOLLAND Hartsfield, Ga. THOMAS HORNE Thomasville, Ga. FAYE HOWELL Iron City, Ga. GEORGE HUBERT, JR. Quitman, Ga. MARGIE IRBY Valdosta, Ga. GENE KIFF Douglas, Ga. ROBERT KING Valdosta, Ga. LISE KROSBY Halden, Norway KENNETH KUIPERS Cochran, Ga. Q I-.li-Q' ii, ' 1 -+P L-0. .ix 71'-'R' Mm 0-4' ,WA 7 . Jr ,Ll ii- 1 R A 0 x 5' ' I f 1 is 2 f V -Q w . 56,1 35, 5 I ,fivfgfri .L A, ,,:.,Jt j'.::y'jf1j,i5 1.5.9 . xl l 'Sfw .-.9 ' '4 ' ' Q sham: v Q 4 1 '+ r"F1'. 'w ' :X 3' :QI I fl Aff! '2 A Mfg ' U ,5!'1""5'75J WQAQTAIIAW ' T 5 ' "un A 41 1,3 fb I sgflf-xg 1- lf w-39' nd 3.42, i 4 .2 I , ,f -ll Q' 49 'fav-'sf if f -,gh ' bf .ITB . A I -3. fa in X ' ' , ' lf' , 4. 1 , , M, X. ii: Z , 55 -wg 1 f""5 ,t i if fl f Mlm f' if -rf A 5 ' Ig "" ' 9I Ifmiors 1961 IIIXIIIIXIIIIX I, IXYCLFY bylwstf-r.Ifz1. JANIICS I..XVL'III-INCIQ MIIII. ilu. -. vw ww XXIII IuI, I. I,IxI-, .XII4Il'l'SHIlNlIIl'. flu. NI ,X II I IJY N I,fIVIf'IIT Q11ltIII:'I1I.Ila. PATRICIA ANN LUKE Valdusta. Ca. WILLIANI NICDANIIQL Quilman. Ca. LALA ANN MCDONALD Quitmzm. Ca. WILLIAM R. XII.-EVER Albany. Ca. HUGH Mr-INTYRE Valdosta- Ca. IOIIYNY NICINTYRE Valflusta. Ca. .IIILIE NICNEAL Albany. Ca. .IOIIN NIASSEY VaI1,IoSta. Ga. SAYIIRA NIASSEY CHIUINIJIIF. Ca. ICIIYICIC MORRIS I"argII, Ca. SI IIN IIY NORRIS VQIIIIIISIII. flu. IICINNNIYIC NAIIAIIA IM11gI11s, flu. SI ISA Y N ICWIIIX WI VQIIIIIMLI. ilu. .IIXINIY XUICII, VLIIIIIISILI. flu. IIM1III'II, 'NIIIINI XX XIIIuIIrI1'. 1111. .IANIIQS A. NHIIIII 51. FIIIIIIIIS ISIQIIIII, Im, ,gqx Q, 3 59:3 1' A - . J .ff- ,gy Q, I- - , v 1 A V' , . M4 , 'S 7 5, nf ' ,f 1' J 6 M513 I . U Z A III" 5fI ,Q : ' A- fy Q ,Q-. it 'I 'wwf rf? 55,5 , 1'-rl? gif., ' fre -A f Lil '41r""7, f-. Vik wr. IQ? 5 J- . .A I If : . WF' 1:47 I """I 1 x"f?"".,A:,.S5-.- ww ,L I I I I I I I I .KN -J., I I Juniors 1961 CECIL B. O,NEAL, IR. Quitman, Ga. HANSEL O'STEEN Valdosta, Ga. BETTY PACE Bainbridge. Ca. .IEANNE PACE Waycross, Ga. ELIZABETH PARRAMORE Valdosta. Ga. DeALVA PARTIN Willacoochee, Ca. DUANE PARTIN Willacoochee, Ga. SANDRA PATTILLO Moultrie, Ga. MARY ANNE PENNINGTON Valdosta, Ca. JAY C. PITTMAN, JR. Boston, Ga. IEANNIE POSEY Cairo, Ga. DOROTHY PRICE Statenville, Ga. LUCY PROCTOR Woodbine, Ga. IERI VINSON PRUETTE Moultrie, Ga. ALICE RAlVIPLEY Valdosta, Ga. .lIlVIlVIIE RAY Statenville, Ca. EUGENE REESE lVIorven, Ca. .IO RITCH Valdosta. Ca. IUDI ROBERTSON Valdosta, Ga. JOE ROSSIVIAN Albany, Ga. K' 1 3.4 . 4 TTD .,,1 K! 2 15 ff' f f :ff 7 I WX, ',. x i' f s- . Q .s', Q 2 I f ' , - t'tl "" In I N gy w.,,i,'I W- A f ,f f 4 N X th PA. ,ne Q-J' og. A. ,7 ,,.qi63'aa -x F' - ,ar -'Us I f 1, L ,L ff N W, gat? at 'U' f.:'l 1'4"f-7 1.- eggs!" Ax' 4"'? V X 1 ns 4 , If Y l L g 4 I Ia Lvl' :T SJ ,S .fit I 4' 2 " fm 'l .14 Q ,Mita , ,I If , It L. ly-I to fx t,llZlt'lT0l'S 1961 LERUY H. RIITIIERITORD Xladistm. Fla. YAY SlTlI'lR'XIIY AIHllltI'lv. Cu. IIELEY A. SIIAIPXYIIRIK Valdosta. flu. CAREEN SIIAPIRO Valmlnsta. C-a. .IANICE CARLA SIMPSON Kingsland. Ca. IANICE L. SIWIPSON Ilixifa Ca. NIARILYY IIIUON SIZEVIORE Ocilla. Ca, CARRY SMITH Valdosta. Ga. IANIES STEPHENS Valdosta. Ca. ALICE STULL Valdosta. Ca. LARRY TATUNI Valdosta. Ca. ANNIE RUTH TAYLOR Jasper. Fla. .IANICE TAYLOR Advl. Ca. 'IUNI 'IIIHNIAS Valdusta. Ca. WIN N I IA 'IIIIRIFT CUIJIJIOWII, flu. ENIILV SUE VARY Valdosta. Ca. CAROL VICIK Nluultriv, Ca. .I AIN E 'XVALKER Quitman, Ca. R AYNIIC RON It WA'l'El'IlIUISE Vitzgf-ral1l.fla. .IUIIN R. WILKINSHY Xllllflnwltl. lla. 94 or-- flh ' if , I -"",.1p lm 'bk '1 Z' ' X , . ,Q - In ,K .,,,, if it u A t l l l I l t 53 Ziff' " 'W fl M 3 1 -1 . my l x" , 3 :f l " ta Via .gf 2 1 'QQ lf .K ku of Haj ,fl .I P fig ZLL A an ECA' 5 . E '-K-:E is .ff we EN i ' I F33 I . l J-.L I 'I' If Rs? N, ' 'ac l 'A ffzz . ' ri 'I 1 W ef' l I l l l l 3 5 X I I l W ,,. 'fiilf I f I, X 2 i I .4 f' 5 eff' , l gg, 1. X fy, r F ,K "wink 9,, et - I iz' iff. sf 'I lt V - -I , eh? E i. MC .4 .-.. If t' I lt Q I -x A v 6 F mm an N 4 ' . ., 'W I M -... M I 5 ..l. Juniors 1 961 TOMMY WILLIAMSON Valdosta. Ga. DOUGLAS WINTERS New Holland. Ga. IOANN WISENBAKER Lake Park. Ca. BILLY R. WOOD Brookfield. Ga. HAL WORLEY Valdosta, Ga. MILDRED WORLEY Cordele, Ga. SUE WRIGHT Atlanta, Ga. SHIRLEY ANN ZEIGLER Valdosta, Ga. -fl 'A' , XX, J . . I . "3 5 Amr 'PA if ' ,. ,. ,- -.. .I ',',, it f'F ,,, mi' 5, ' x X J, s,w , f5 -tgh M. Vg. :ak to tri? This group of TKE's makes a team. N , e-905 The TKE's are ready to call for their dates for the Holly Hop. T119 pdl-ly nfqm-w4Ull.! V x n de, 'Rt' L, I 1 1 Ai ff 'ax CLASS OFFICERS ,X Left to right: X T? p Pix? A 96 JIMMY ALLEN-Jesup, Georgia BUDDY ALLENfQuitman, Georgia LAURENCE ANDRUS4PensucoIa, Florida ALLEN ARMSTRONG-Valdosta, Georgia DARRELL BALL-Quilmzm, Georgia DAVID BARBER!Jukin, Georgia HENRIETTA BARBER!GoIumI,u11s, Georgia BEVERLY BARKSDALE-Blakely, Georgia JOHN BARR4VaIdosta, Georgia MARIANNE BAXTER-Moultrie, Georgia CAHLEEN BELL-Blakely, Georgia DAVID BENNETT'Jesup. Georgia GEORGE BENNE'I'T-Valdosta. Georgia JOHN BENNET'I'--Vuicloetn, Georgia ,IEAN ISOYANCEWMerida, Yucatan, Mexico RIIQIIARIJ IIRAGG- -Folkstmi, Georgia BEYEIIIH BRIlIGES--D1mzxleonvilie, Gco1'giL1 BEGKY BRINSON---Aiollilrim-, lie-orgia ANN HIARUWN -'I'Il1vll111SNiII1'. Ge,-urifli ROIIERT IIT RIT 'XIRIIIIUSILL ilvorr Il llI'iUII4QI'I IHNNAIDY ililmiiialexiilw, Gr-or ll SIIIIIIQ V.lI1inwl.l,Ii01rl'giLl .IXNIICS fZ4XliSWlCI,I. xVLlj'l'!'0NQ., civufxfll Nlill, if.XI'i'I'I'iIi Flnviilnll. fivuluial 3 ',."' 4 M mf' ' uf -ff: 'fi' R . ,Q Vx ,N Q 4, X , rw, .-ev V I ' 'EQ ungxm 4 ophomore Class of 1961 I MARTHA REGISTER, Vice-President GLORIA REAGEN, Treasurer BEVERLY BRIDGES, Secretary DOUG EASON, President '3 x 3 , I .,-Y" 13 fi? Vial' iz il G. ff' eng: , K :. Nuff' , 515 N u , rs- , .441 za ! -fx di. -3 ri 1 '61, Tli 4 gi I I w -,. ii f 'T 1 P Q L . ff? 1 .5 - hz. 5 1 ul 3 ffm' mm' Y 'E K - W I coz, A Q-A , - I I 17 RSX fi' , T 5 1 f T 3 A I-'F I ffbs ' 5 T' Ie K X, u ' P 'A 3 vi as ' .,- "' I --fb 0 I BL! ' f lg J IJ ,Q , "R ' -'Aix 1 'Jag ,ga N JERRY CROFTfTifton, Georgia CHARLES CROSBY-Valdosta, Georgia BILLY DASHERvVaIdostz1, Georgia JAMES DAVIS-Camilla, Georgia LYNWOOD DAVIS-Valdosta, Georgia MARGARET DAVIS-Jasper, Florida DANIEL DEAL-Waycross, Georgia RILEY DELOAGHfVaIdos1a, Georgia JERRY DEMOTT-Moultrie, Georgia MARY DICKEYfVaIdosta, Georgia GEARY DOOLYfQuitman, Georgia MYRON DUCHEN-Adel, Georgia DOUG EASON-Valdosta, Georgia JAMES ELLIOTT-Barney, Georgia ELAINE FALLENfLyons, Georgia LYDA FERGUSON-Austell, Georgia LYNDA FERGUSON-Austell, Georgia DAVID FIELDS-Hahiru, Georgia JOHN FOUNTAINfAlbany, Georgia BETTY FRANCES FREEMAN-Boston, Georg STARLET GEIGER-Albany, Georgia BARBARA GEORGE-Valdosta, Georgia WILLIAM GODWIN-Valdosta, Georgia BILL GOOCH-Valdosta, Georgia 5 'X ia X i Ibn , 1 4 . 'Q' Ano.. i' , v f r 7 17- e.' . Vi All hp ,-Q if 3 if M, I ophonunes 1961 JACKIE fiAR'I'ERfI,uIi:: Illllik, Gvorgil IAIUNIER IIIIANIBLISS--I'I1lil1Q, llvol' il JOIIN f,iIIANfiI'I-- IJoIiz1INoI1viII1', Iimnlgll fiIIgXRI,II'i CLAIIKV Vviliminshl, Iiwvlwll f,iI.IVIWEIi7VLlIfI1rslLl, IVi1'ul'gIl MAX CLOWER- Vulcloatri, Georgian fiOI.ENIAN7VL1IlIuslLl, Uvnfgiil JERRY CONNEI,I.-ffiolumlmus, floor ll KITTY COPPAGEfVaIr,l1rata, Georgia BOB CORNELIUS-4Nushvilln-, Georgia DIANE CONVART-BuinIJ1'idgC. Georgia JIMMY CULPEPPER-Leeiliurg, Georgia , 1 nf , -,ps gg Q mf: 'TI "' G" I jje J , . -J ' 5 gk I VXI' :I .I If 9? as nr' -.,, I ,- ' " rv- - I' 'f ' 4, . . 1 p,,fX ' ' I Q A --jr' -at s X AQ, ' 14", vi - --W' MF' .,, x ""f rw , L-:X ' - .,- , ln , f ,. -I -Q -L 5 -ev Q,- .A - ,' x ,wiv -1' I ' 9. f N as I A in ' A J ' y ", ' - 'i T 1 l kt Ir' V -- 'Rf 'P' , I X Y N , 'M lm , 1, D an I ,, , 4 x N15 I I9 'II 'vw7 ' -""' . "Q - P I 5' 679' J 1 V ffi. If , I 97 2, ' ML Dawg! ' -3- ,T F To 73 ,Q , li 7 -ef lf? ' I eihki his apr I A ff 1 P, 'I I gifs? Z ,cfifa-'.wff1:'i2 b ti II qc- ,gh f X, T, N ., i mf ,Qs ii' L. if .I I1 T , " x..x 7 .Il III XI ffIMIiuISonx1IIv, Iieorgiu U ,,, I'XT IIINTICR- Yimlflwlu, llvorgiii .. XIIQS .RNXINIQS fYuIdoetu. Ii"fv1'uii1 I X I ,IANIC .IOIINSUNW Iforl-on, Goorgi'1 . IILVE 1415l:1-E114-val.lmii, IL.-.H-Q11 x ' .VM +5 ,gy I " 'fe vp- 'Y' 4. N! Ei?-r' A ,- Sf ,, NI XHY JOIINSIIN fvziiiioxla, G.-ol'gii1 - -an nr 1315 KAY .1oHxsToN 'SQIW'KIf,'I'. Georgia ' A I IK ,II IINILRM S uurki, flvmuiix E f . ophomores 1961 CATHERINE GREEN- Quitman, Georgia NORMAN GREENE-Valdosta, Georgia IJ. JERRY GREENWALD-Loveiund, Ohio GLORIA GRISSETTfRay City, Georgia LARRY GRIFFIS4.Ie-sup, Georgia JUDY HAMMOND-Lithonia, Georgia JOHN HANNA-Valdoeta, Georgia PEG-GY HARDEN-Ashburn, Georgia PAT HERRINGTONfDonaIsonviIIe, Georgia RICHARD HERNDON-Valdosta, Georgia TONINIY HII,IfTI1omasviIIe, Georgia JACK O. HOWELL4VaIdosta, Georgia if s I 'I 7 x., , Y Q I , .iz ',j"k:? I' " ' x siiliuilixe Kiixiruxx on ' A PM Hi. 'vii' fs, II" 1.2--,vw ' '.l'+'p I 'T " AIIIQIC IAXSI. ff- 1 Q N. IW Q W x' , 1 , , , . 1 '-'xr K ,AA ,J4," III QN fl Q xl 'IIVHI N ml :Lf if I I4'A :SIX I INIPA IiIT'l'I,If Im-flwlf, Ilooiuiil f QI '- 7 g- I9 ' IUIYNIIQ LN Mill XYLIIIIUNIII. Iif?Hl'QIi1 'M 'al I N- ,' ' A, IHIIXNH NIM XICTN Xllaupulgu-, IL4-organ xg, - fl - - f'unxi:mr1iif: XI4'III,I'iI.I.AN In-l1ox.G1-o1'fi1 " I' ' X 'ivan 1 if - ' io 4 Ain EL R uik., I,1'll1rX,Ii4'lbl'1,l,l , NI1'I.I Xi,iI1Iu-I.1, llvuvltill as W A I- IIOIIIIIIQ xxx x1.'lmxxl,li' x'.1i.1f,x1i1,IL.-.Wi gi ,N Ill,IlI XII-l.XIN X.1I4Io-lu, fworgizi P f""H' X ' ' .F All A I ' ILXII. NI.-XIII INN Y.iI4Io-,li Ile-oljil I ioux u.uniIxx 1inm.uMHmi Ek IIUW XIII? NI XINHII N,-IixiII1'. IIVUIQILI -me is Unix mxxam: ,n...,,.TI, lfn.,,-mil .....,. " A , RHF' I i A 1 N 1 . 0 A f.f ophomores I 96 I ' NUHNIX IHII NIXXXYICII l1.1i1..,i,.o1,1i E A 'Q' bl Ia Nl XXVI I'.I,l.w wIl:llxgu1N.fivolgi.i 1 K T2 U.. - vii? ff," QQ., X lb 14 " " 11" J .J ' 21 if ff? X ,. I . iw! I 1 x IL, M .fu ROBIN NEW-Decatur, Georgia TOMMY NEWSOME--Valdosta, Georgia JIM NICHOLS-Valdosta, Georgia NICK NORDONE-Miami, Florida BEGKY NORMAN-Norman Park, Georgia JERRY NORMAN-Valdosta. Georgia BOBBY NORRISYQuitman, Georgia BETTY SUE NORSWORTHYfValdosta. G CHARLIE NORWOOD-Vaidosta, Georgia .IOHN PARRAMORE-Valdosta, Georgia MAXIE PAYNEfAIapaI1a, Georgia RICARDO PEREZ!E1 Salvador JEAN PHILLIPS-Lyons. Georgia .IANIGE POSTELLfAde1, Georgia BOBBIE POWELL-Valdosta, Georgia .IUANITA POWELL-Valdosta, Georgia ROBERT RAULERSONfHuylow. Georgia THOMAS RAWLINGS-Albany, Georgia GLORIA REAGANfDonaIsonville, Georgia ASHLEY REGISTERfVa1dosta, Georgia MARTHA REGISTER-Valdosta, Georgia MAXINE REGISTER-Lake Park, Georgia LINDA ROBINSON-Nashville, Georgia WILLIAM ROBERTS-Quitman, Georgia ,wi I 'fx I X1 'E--NST -' .J I il 2 eorg i ELNIX ,I:XNl', ,NlIzl',lxS N1 In lla 4,.-or'-11 4' lr 1 ,Vu Q , RET'I'Y MERRITI' iillllllilil, f.1for"li II lIllll in-ox"'l'1 3 TANYA NIILEX 4 .IOIIN MILNER Quilmz 'JN FNII ' R W 5 a ' ' ,- I 1111.1 1 ll 'Hill 'mi 'H Li' LY MOORE Broun l,l.eorg11 rv 1, I v -v INIOSICS fviiiriuslil ' 1, Q95 'M 66? - GRACE MOORE- Xvllijlillllh, 124-orgil TOMMY MOORE-f Vuliiogn, I I 'wal' ll 1.4-or"1a DIANE i1u141.1Ng Alliiinyi uf. ,: DI' I1 Pr '1 W! "- gS,"71V-ui , I av- nf' . - Q43 F Pb, I-...fd we Q , -f' 1. i x..- .,,N -, ig! ' , ' A Qfiifd 1, ,, T 1 I 2 Y .l W' ' A: 1: ,A 1 ,f -- -, , ,291 'Q' TI I xx f - . by if I T 3. G rjwi 1' Q . . ,F pi Ah, ea AL... fa fv- ' ' 'V I LJ:--,K I 'ii I L LT' - T V' JF TT.- , - .? f , M '23 , gf V - gr 7 -mi f , ., X I 'A xr A Q +1 rw 1 - , M' I G g. xii' u g A A , I I I Wa' 2. i .. 7 mi. ?, av 7 ff ,V 4. Affiy :Z an an if ' 1,- Wt? A' ix !OO ,I x-vw 'L' i . ' if cd' ' ' 1 A vugreff' f... ' if T. , f i ' , ' 3' 4 ' ff fl . , . J fa -f T -.. Wlgjpff h y ' 7 ,I , Qi. 'A we KICE STONEfOeilla, Georgia JERRY STRAUGHAN4Deeatur, Georgia ROBERT STRICKLAND-Jasper, Florida HERRIE TAYLOR-Quitman, Georgia ANGELA TERRY-Valdosta, Georgia MYRA THOMPSON-Thomasville, Georgia GERALD THRIAFT-Nahunta, Georgia GUY TITTLE-Lakeland, Georgia JOE TONIRERLIN4Va1dos.ta. Georgia TOMMY TOMRERLIN-Valdosta, Georgia KAY TOMLlNSON4Valdosta, Georgia SALLIE TOUGHTONfVa1dosta, Georgia TIM VINSONfValdoSta, Georgia J AMES WADDELLW--Iron City, Georgia JERRY VVAiTES4Milner, Georgia BARBARA WALKER-fVaidosta, Georgia IQETTE NVARO-fCairo, Georgia ROSA XVARING!-Nlafliwon, Florida JACK XviEiiii"'TTililil'Al. Georgia JUIDN WIIORTUNH-lirunawivk, Georgia EARL Vifiiifififii Vaiixlo-Ia. Georglx HRUYVN Wiliiliiii SyiVl'Hi1'l', fil'Ol'L,lJ I'lC'l'E WIIJVORIP ',TiillPIllilSYiiil,', Georg 1.1 VONNIE Wll.l,lAfNiS iiusloIl.C1'0I'gLll Q .29 "fx 'S I ,K I ,Q 4 ,TWV eg? ' f ' L f" wb If J . ,Q ny gffxili -X 1 L.. ,,,., Sophomores 1961 HARVEY RODDENBERRYMValdosta, Georgia X JAMES ROLLINS-Oelilochnee, Georgia MAXINE SHEPHERD4Adel, Georgia 1 KEITH SKILES-Valdosta, Georgia JOY SMITH-Valdosta, Georgia i EVA STARNES-Dalton, Georgia I TONI STEELE-Atlanta, Georgia CARL STEPHENS-Remerton, Georgia JUDITH SUE STEPHENS-Valdosta, Georgia MAX STEPI-IENSaeMorven. Georgia BETTY JOYCE STEPHENSON-Valdosta, Georgia BOBBIE STEVENSON-Albany, Georgia 'ii 1 1 A ' av 'H .gy -23. -fer x , ,irfk X X 'S' 3 , " R' , af' '-.fp , V' X 'H' If Wg., ,Vx , ig! ,K if 9 rf 05159 ' as ,wi " ri V 0, A-M E .J-U 3 - ,IM ,gf 's., - f' as I - A T' 5 fc: X 1 '79 J he as fic- , 4 -4' -.vu wr' X ' 5 .far ,... , N. 'i A -I I ,'?' U3 X - 111 L .. ,- 'f H X.. . xx' HELEN YOUNG ---R4,-lwwu, lla , ,fo I . . -lf' .imma Billy BOIJ, ll true Southern QCIIIICIIILIII Z' ani H. NUICI, w'I5IfNl!'XKFH xvlllll4lNl.l,l 1 AZEI, YUUXU Hvllc-m'1'1l, U41 ni Was this u parking prwlmlvm or Ll lypif-ul Ilmxm-mlxlrl px nn X5 L. ff Q 3 , Y' 1 in N V0 , 7 43 -W lg UA.. 3, "Q ..u...... -. ill ' " -VR us ' 14' V -SLA' w , ?'f?..I.i+, ' U 4, . l . .,,.. ' L71 , FT' ' . f nm 2 Q! I I ' 'I m- 'lv X . b Vs 4... J . is iz, ' L' H Q 2' 1 5 9, . "to -n. I . fl- M2 ' fgigggggq H 33.24. W .,0 P I ,. sg ,' ,- vi' . 0 1 ia if ' L "A" Y' D. 1 ,T W Q ' ,.,A - A as 1- . -. :L-TW Irv' :I L . fi 5' 'Q '. b. V .A ev' Q , ,, , QA ,, -455, 1 .53 75-f"f' - w22 i,. :gr Q fy, M 4 f .gg A good rnfpresmxtatimm of thv Old Il:-vp Su S 11' E' '3' 'Q ,Q A - Q w. s . " Q 27.5 fig? E , '-113551, -'U f P S21 . , ir I-f'.9 .- s L34 f ' ...Q y 44?-A ' Y. V 5 I02 ' f 5 1 x E- rj ' -5 '.1 A in Q mf W1 -A P54 A , 1 . 1' , xi i x in . 2. :sie Rid lsjf, Freshman Class of 1961 OFFICERS. left I0 right: P , IRE BOYETTE ,sssssss,., .. ,,sss ..,..s,s P resldent , BOBBIE JEAN POWELL ss,sssssss Treasurer 4 SUSAN BRANCH ssss..,s..s,ssss .ss.,.....ssss S ecrerary GRETCHEN SCHROER ,E sssss... Vice-President I s K l I a l A L, A 1 i x X ff 1' , ...ki v,,,fti' A ANDERSON, VIRCINIA ELLEN sssssss A Valdosta, Ca ' A Xl ' ff BACLEY, JOYE BETH ssss.s sssssssssss. E ssssssss V uldosm, Ca . A '- BARKER, LINDA GREY , H E, s,,,,, Jasper. Fla X ,X V W BARTON, MARGARET FRANCES ssssss ss,ssssss A lbany, Ca Q, -' V I. "H A-I Q Am A.A, 1 " fb 5 ' fuss, NANCY POPE A sssss A ssssss vuldosia, Ga. - 5 'gif' A BATES, MARY CHARLENE ,s,,.,.. A E, Jvnnings. Fla. X SQA A ' Q. ' ' BERNARD, DAVID MEADE A E H ssss ...E A A E svsldfm, Ga. M f, W Q , X Q . RLAcK1.EDcs:E, CILINTDN RAY E ssssss Home-rvillc, Gu. A- I , jg, .. - - 'dl' . , , 1 i, I W -- P: F r f . -A my - K .ffiif ff 'ZQ1' "?i5?s - A 1 I a X E A , 4 'fs m,AN'rDN, HUGH E Valdosta, Ca ,R " W l!I,AN'I'UN,S1IIlUYl.I'IR WDDD E v1.1.l.,Sm. Gs. .A M " A - AJ . In M -an lSOA'I'WIil1lIfl'I', SHARON E E E A svL.1f1.,Rm, Ca. 1 N A BOLEN, IEILIA' vslllmu., Ca -4- . 'pm X, X S, BOWIES, HHY4 IIC I30YlC'l"l'li, IKIC ISRANCII, SUSAN IIRITT, WILIM Muullriv, Vulmloslu, Vzllclostu, A5llllllTIl, Q fri! Cu Ca Cu pi X if ' ffm tl' 'N 1 .JAX , ,A 'I-' N ' ' 'Q 7 ' 1 ' X. ' A 'Q :AM X ws, 'A Freshmen BROWN, Nom LEE 1aRowN, ABICAIL JULIA . ,,, I BROWN, 5-UZANNE 7,,, . ,,,,,, , BUCHWALD. TIM RANDOLPH L BURNEY. ELIZABETH ANNE BUTLER. BARBARA ANN L,,.. BUTLER, JUDITH ANN .. BYNUM. EDWARD FRANK L CARTER CARTER CARTER CARVER1 ALICE ELIZABETH BEN FOLSOM LINDA ETTA ,L,,L,,L, H WALTER ALLEN L,,, f,,ATIIx05, TED , H I,ILLLw,,wL CHAMBERS. REBECCA ,,L,, , , CLARKE. GRACE WYNETTE CLAYTON, MARY ALICE ,L,, . CLAYTON, WILLA DEAN IIILIL, COBB, LAMAR , ,,,, . ,, ,, ,, COCHRAN, PATRICIA .LII,,,,w.,V,,,,,,,,, COLLIER, MARGARET ANN COTHRON, SAMUEL MADISON L7ILL,, COURSON, ALFRED LAMAR LLL,,,,,, COWART, MILTON SAMSON .. COX. GERALD TRUMAN L CREED, LILLIAN PATRICIA ,,,., CREWS, LINDA RUTH .,,,,,,., CRUMBLEY, ANNIE JULIA ,,,. . DAVIS, CHARLES JUDSON L DEVANE, BETTY LOUISE .,,,,,,,,, DEWAR, JAMES LOVETT, JR. .... . DOROUGH, DEANA FAYE ,,,,...,,.,,,.,,, DOUGLAS, MARY MARGARET .,,.,,, 1961 Camilla, Griffin, Valdosta, Valdosta, ,, Valdosta, , ,, Jmmings, ,, Moultrie, Valdosta. ,Valdosta, , ,,,, Valdosta, Moultrie, Ambrose, Valdosta Albany, ,, lwoultriv, , Sylvester, Lake Park, Donalgom ills. Albany, ..,...,Macon, ,,,,,,,,Valdosta, .,,,,,,,Valclosta , ,, Camilla, , Quitman, ,, , Naslnillc-, Kingsland. Osic-rficld, ,, , , , Sparks, ,,,Valdosta, , ,,,, , Valdosta, ,,,,,,,Bainlmriclgt-, Valdosta, Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga Gil. Ga. Ga. till Ga Ca. LIU.. lla. Ga Ga Ca Ga Ga. 1121. fid- full ,rsh f' ,sy , " .- Zh 'Bw I 5, ku 3 ,. My 8 ,,,, I ual' I Q1 fi? N. , is-I ' 5' w 3' "" , -:V ' L . ., 5. V b , i 4 . 1, 1 A .U 'F ,s ' ' f 1 If f.l . - ,X 41, ,-,. f' ' v-2,30 ,,,-f , 2, 32 U. 'ff' I 1- iw? im. x ff. 1,41 , slim? l"" fin rm 97 lf:- l,' ,R wt G J. ' ' 7" A ,f . f gflzwii 1 544,53 K. ..',L,,fY.. z15i,,:ggg. Q-v. I " WF"'l-m,X 'N , P Q-. 'f I' " 'X-ww 3 ,pa Q, 5 A1 1 K 'Fifi' F., .e-, ,av s A A '4 Q S ,an sv' 'A " ' 1. .-Am-if p Y .J i K fi 4 n Q1 f ,. 9 .,, Nt! Y -f 'Gi .-14133: " f..:1,124.. ? f 2 If ,hw -' -"' ,.g.-'. ' -64 : , I , , Q , I fl! ' I1 ,L R .:.- F-- 19 h ' -1' ' , - 4-E3'nV3 ,nf I'-:ffl 3 f :fr rw 1 X 's ' 4 A? ., l Q. 'I pf' X- Q 3 ir L :.' 'vilfftr H ' I- I Freshnzen. 1961 DUI CL-XS, ROGER EARL . Valdmta, lJIlNl.Al'. lfRElI1A. h IDIIPRLI1, XYNLY SHNLX LJLRIJEX, IQIIAI-Kl,1+'I"I'E NANETTE IPY ESS, MARNICY LYNN , ELl.lN1L'I'HN. l1'I.uRI2xc.gE ELIZABETH IIIISHICHI-RY . .IAMES LEWIS , , S ESTES. JU ANN , V, H V I .. ETHRIIJCE. ,IAMES CLINTON EVANS, LYNN COOPER ,,7,. ,, IVANN, WILLIAM WAYNE , ,, FORD. BARBARA FRANCES ., FOWLER. BARS PATRICIA .7IIIII, FREEMAN, SYIIIL LOUISE .,,,,, GARRARD, .IUDITH HUBER SS,, . GEORGE, JOE BENEDICT .S,S.. Bainbridge, , Valdosta, S , Albany, , Albany, ,.INIarictta, Quitman, , , Bainlvridge, Quitman, ,,,,..VaId0sta, ,....,,Quitman, .,.,,.l,,Camilla, ,..v,,,,,,Vidalia, Bnstml, Yniiirl-JCll1LlIll v Valdosta ILERMANO, RICHARD ROSARIO S,,S,S S,S, W aycross, ILIRBONS, MARGARET GAIL I, .....,, Donalsonville, IIILES, ll. NELSON , ., .. ., .. ,.,, ,...,,Vald0Sta, CIRARIJIN, SUENELLE ,, . , ,. ,,,,,,, Valdosta, WLLEATON, CHRIS S , ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,A1'lingt0n, UUUUY. JERRY , ,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,., D unalsunville, GOLDEN. CILAUIJETTE ELIZABETH CUOIJRUM, ELTON EUGENE I.. ., ILOIINTU, LONNIE AlICUS'I'US, JR. 1, ,.. .RAY. 1,.I',UIiIflu Sl'IgNf.I'.R , GREENE, SARAII VIRKLINIA IZRIIVFIN. CIIARl,ES HAROLD ILIRIIVIVIN, l'fl,LlU'l' IILXKE ILl!II"I'lN. YLXRVIN ILIRHHVICR. IJXWN IIKLI., ISUISILY FRANK Cedar Springs, Thomasville, YVay4-ross, lYIacon, Valdosta, Hlllll ra, llaltira, Nalmunta, lhlnlm-llnm,-, Tiflun, f-W1--, wr- g., if? .x 1 , gif Q5 1 I J M, I-I ' A, af V 'J ,Q I sf I I .iz ,, Jxtwh R S 51 M , "fin lf! ' A V a f? 3 ff' L N 'vw ,A .ww-vp wr. 4 .W fdiff' 9 7527" 412 ,.., .., Max- 4 ,, xy 'wi' 12' 1:5 ,,.?, : I . j. 34 .gl val? 1 M K :Wx iii . . '21- wifi!! 1 N .ff ... ,N f,s,a3.! 5. V: M I v AW-asm 43 . 5 4 ny ,AQ -Vg -- ' .H-1' , .41 4 A .w,,.. ,t ' J if .N I ' rely, :' .5 f Zfjifl :gy '., A 1 1 . T. U ,, .-, 1 1-'Z L 5,4 "ff .f 1.515 "P, . 'us 5 , P , 4. -,, 5, 1 ,e.,. fr-Ninn' .1 '-' . 'vm sn. 'tai' 5 4 mmf' ' ,...., .Q I 'M , , . 14 'A 'N wav 'mlf 1 . M 1 . I 1 . .za ff . 1 f- .la ' ,,,, I If N' . .gli LILL W. E ...sf-H, x'lf1'fT. 'I' I' W Y If 'OWN 'BLM -'2n'm"1g ,Y A ws l HALL, HARRIETTE DEANE , 77 ,,, HALL, JAMES LEONARD 77,777,,....L HAMBY, HERSCHEL LEE ...,...vEEEEEEEE HARDWICK, HARRY RUPERT .,,,., HARDY, RENNIE WILLIAM LLLL........ HARRIS. JAMES MALLORY, JR. HARTLEY, MARY ELIZABETH .,I.,. HASTY, MAXIE DERRELL ....,..,III - HELMS, ELIZABETH ALICE ....I.......,.,. .,.. ,,.II.,AIbany, Ga. ,,,,,,,,,,,Spa1'ks, Ca. ,,A,.,,Vald0sta, Ga. . I,,,,I,, Quilman, Ca. ,,,,,...VaId0sta, Ga. ,,,LCutIIbert, Ga. ..,,,...,,,,,,,,Tift0n, Ga. ,.OsierfieId, Ga. ...,.VaIdosta, Ga. HEMPEL, AMANDA ANN IIII.,IIIIII,II,IIIIIII,III,IIII,III Hahira, Ga. HERTZRERG, ARTHUR GARFIELD HICKMAN, ANDREA GENE ..,,......,...,..I....II.,.. Lakeland, Ga. -,,,.,,,,,BainlJridge, Ca. ,,LCordeIe, Ga. . HICKS, JIMMY DREW ,,,,,,,,,LL,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Ochlochnee, Ga. HICKS, MARTHA JULIA ...,,,..LLLL..LL,LL,ILLLLLLLLLLL HORTMAN, NANCY CHARLOTTE ,LL,LLLLILLLLLL..I.L Doerun, Ga. HOUSTON, BRENDA DIANNE ,LLLL.L.......IL HOWELL, HUDSON, HUDSON, HUNTER 9 WALTER LAMAR .,,,... DENNIS HERMAN .,..,, LINDA DALE ..L,......,, LAURIE JOAN ..,...... .......,Albany, Ga ,.........,,St0ckton, Ga. ,,,L.IGainesville, Ga. ...........,,Ly0ns, Ga. ,,LmCordele, Ga. HUNTER, LEWIS FRANKLIN .,,,.. ,,.,L V aldosta, Ga. JACQUES, W. ALBERT ...,....,...,..... .....,L.L,, B aconton, Ca. JOHNS, CLYDE ENOCH ,,,LL,,.,,,.,.L,,LL LL.LL,,LLLI,,. W ray, Ca. JOHNSON, ELIZABETH JANE ,,,,,,,,I .,,,,,,, L umpkin, Ga. JOHNSON, JERRY GLYNN ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, T h0masviIIe, Ga JOHNSON, SUSAN LEE ......,, .,...L,L.,, L akeland, Ga JOINER, EDWIN EARL .L,,,,,,, ,,I,,,,,,,,, S parks, Ca JONES, ALDEAN ..I..,,,.,.LL JONES, CECIL JUDSON ,LLL,L,,LLL,,,,. JONES, DOUGLAS CLYNN, JR. ,LL,.. . KELLY, ROGER WILLIAM ,LLLLLLL,LL, KINCHEN, ROBERT LEON .LLLLLLL ..,.,,..IQuitman, Ga ,,,,,I.,,Pe1'ry, Fla Valdosta, Ca. ,,,,,,,,IMoultrie, Ga. ,L,,...,Valdosta, Ca. 352 I . 7. E f L, '-F A wf:9U" ,,.- . rl ' Q, ,K- fin.-gi -v .eq nv ' 1 Q . af 1, -R. . f' SI ' I 'I 5, 1 15", ,1 fa . ., " iii, .',,f.'f'i,,.L A . ' .55-,Zz sg ,J 5'- .,. ,I --!- ,415 "Y ,'l"' 'Lf' ,.-Vim' J 'HI 42- , uni I .,, - J I .Q ,J Y , ww I , V. .p . '. I ' I 1 -P . :1 ' . 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'IFF' I A I ,gf in x v ,g l i r' I., i A XI-1uIIliw III ,.., "' A ' 1' N- .,- 1,-? 45 "Mall-1IX1IIv, 1..1. N, ,f 7-if II.II1l1:l, ILA, '1 -..r ANI-IIXIIIV. 1.4. ' 'Fo I I 'lixx 4 4 Am ,fl Freshmen 1961 MERCER, JANICE ANN ,,, ,, MILLS, MARTHA FAYE 777,V, MINCHEW, MARY LOU ,LLLA.A MOODY, SARA ANNE 77,Y,ww MOORMAN, WILLIAM SIMEON MORRIS, REAVIS EUGENE, JR. MULLIS, JANE H. ......E.EEEEEEEEE.EE..E.EEEEEEEEEEEEEE I MURRAY, DOUGLAS EEEEEEEE,.E.,,, MURRAY, WILLIAM EDWARD NIX, JAMES CHARLES ..E.SSISSSESSSEESSES I NOLAN, CLINTON DAVID, JR. NOLAN, SHELBA JEAN ISSS..,,.SSS.I NORMAN BECKY SUE .L,L.,, ...,.. OWENS, JAMES HERBERT .....Y PARHAM, JAMES DANIEL SLSLL,,, Barney OSBORNE, LAURA DIANNE SEEE M Blakely, Ca. ,,,,,,.,,OchlOclInce, Cu. BlL1CliSlICi1I', CII. ,,,,,,,,LukelaI1d, Cu. um.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ValdOSta, Ga. ,,..,,,,,VaIdOSta, Ca. Antofagasta, Chile Quilman, Ca. ..,.....,,LitlIoIIia, Ca. ,,....,,,,ValdoSta, Ga. ...,,..,,,,Ocilla, Ca Norman Park, Cu. ,,.,.,,,NaSlIville, bn. X ,,,,,,,I..ValdOSta, Ca. .,..,...,H21lIlf3, Ca. , 11.1. PARK, MARY KAYE II,.II,,II,,.....,. ,....,, C olumbus, Ca. PARKER, JUDITH MARY SSS,SS,S,,,,,, ,. .,,,,,,, WOCrdlJiI1e, Ca. PARRISH, HENRY FRANKLIN ,,,,,, SSSS,,,.,, V aldosta, Ga. PERRY, MICHAEL ALLEN ,,III,,S IIIII..., T homson, Ga. PHELPS, DOREITA DELOYCE vYS,UUL L.,,,,,I, M Ouhrie, Ga. PHILLIPS, RAYMOND, JR. ,,..,,,.I LUL.UUL,LU V aldosta, Ca. PHILLIPS, SANDRA JEAN ., ,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Q uitman, Ga, PITTMAN, LOUIE SCHANZE ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, H Omerville, Ca. PITTMAN, NEVA L. ...L.,,,,U,L.I, LLLLSSLLLS V Uldosta, Ca. PLATT, DORA JEAN .,UI,,,,..,,,I,L, LLLU..,IL, V aldosta, Ca. PODEIN, WALTER LAWRY ,.,... , L,I, , POLK, MYRTLE FAITH S,,,,,,,,,, POOLE, DANIEL IRA ,,,,,,,,,,,, POPE, LINDA LEE ,L,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, POPE, NANCY KATHRYN .,.,,LU POWELL, BOBBIE JEAN L,,,, IL,L,,,DetrOit, Mich. .,...BuinlJridge, Cu. , MLICISDII, Ca. Moultrie, Ca. Norman Park. Cu. ,,....,,,,,,,,,.Tampu, Flu. ,ns ,..n" i if' ,, 1? '1 43' I ,. 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CATHERINE MAE ,, ROYAL, MARY CATHERINE SANDERS, ROBERT ANTHONY SANDS, KATHRYN LOUISE I SCHROER. JULIA CRETCHEN 7.,,L, ,, SHAW. DORIS EMILY 77L,., .L,, ,7L,,L,, SHEFFIELD, HERBERT WILSON SHEEEIELD. NANCY CAROL SHIVERS, ENIILY RERNICE ,,,, , SIATON. SIISAN ELAINE SNIITII. ARCHIE CAMPBELL, ,IR SNIITII, ,IANIES ORVIIIE SNIITII, LINIIIE SXIITII, IWTSN RICNIER SI'IC,XIINI XX, NORVEII. .lR. SI'ICI.I,S,I1XI!I1XllX INN SI'OllNICI'I, XI XIIIIV I'X'I'IiII1l'I SVRAX IZICRIIN. RI IRIN N RAN IC S'l'ONI'1, ICXIOIIN IZIZI XX NVIIIQR, I.II,'xRI.ICS I-QI'l'N N ,, 4, I, , ly '. , , , 'I XX I UR. IlOWI'Ql.I, C., .IR I'NI',NI1INI,laN. .IAAIIW Ill III,I?. Alvllllljlull, ILAIXI H 1961 Albany, Quitnmn, , Atlanta, ,, ,AClcfl, Iglllllililll, I , ,,,,, ,Allmny . , , Tifton, 7, Valclobta, Muultrie, St. Marys, Albany, ,, Arlington, Homewillc, ,,.,Ray City, Y, Lakeland, ,,,AQUlIIIl3H, Valdosta, , Nlarietta, 'lIl1OI113SVlllE', Albany, Valdosta, Valclostu, lAl1lwvill4?, A , Hahira. VLlllllP5lll, Ilmlallsmlvlllc' C1 llflll, Wluiglmm, Immlunlgia-, I ll- Xzwlelnslzl, '4p,u'Iw, Uvnllam, 1 . fs fi" Am 'UN T . he IUN ,, 5 . ,v U: , ,f.l'Y, ' , ,,,-sg: A1" yr: . 1,912 3 ,I l 1 ,f"7: Alf. J' A rx fi' A I I , :Q Ai ,M A I J ,, 1 ifn f K , . . , 1 W ,.j If I 1-46" fifsy 1 "' nn 1 'I . 'W f 1 ii, f X .-, A Q 1 ' " 'Q f gf 'K' 'X "4 , ,..: , 4 , , , I uf A 4 ' -M I ar ' ' . 1" fl .. 1 .Q fm-7 W' fa I , kr 'R W f wijf A, if .F Q4 ,,p -:,q?E'wfj ' - K I-1' iff' ' A W, 'YK' I 2-I I ff? has 'A u flea f is, , ,px asf .ff-s ff-"V ..-7 TAX LOR, JEROME DAVID 7, , THOMAS, NANA NEAL E,.A.,,,, THOMAS, SANDRA GALE TILLMAN. IVLCI CE MAXINE ,,.VulIlusta, I NI0ult1'iw, Valdosta, ,, Vulnloqu, TINDALL, EZRA MERRILL, JR. E EEEEEEE.. Valdosta, TOMLINSON, LUTHER LAMAR ,,7,,,,V Valdosta, UNDERWOOD, LAURA MONTINE ,,,... Blakely, VARNADOE, BRUCE NEWTON E, Valdosta, WADE. MARY VIRGINIA 7,,, 7 ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,, I' I ulkston, WAGNER, ROBERT THEODORE ,,,lE Valdosta, WALTERS, VICTOR I ,,,. EEEE. , ........., , Om-iIIa, WEBER, JUDITH LOUISE ,, , ,,,, ,,,,,, V aldusta. WELCH. BONNIE RUTH E , WHITLEY, BARBARA LARUE 7E,, WILRURN, THOMAS WAYNE 7,,,,, WILSON, MICKEY HAROLD 7,,,,, WINDHAM, SUSAN CAROL ...,., WINSTON, LANE ,, ,, A WINTER, ROBERT cosm' .. E, ., EEEEE WISENBAKER, WINNIE SELINA E WOODARD. ERNEST HANSEL ,,,,, YARRROUGH, A. CHRISTINE ,EE,,,,, YOUNGBLOOD, IUDITH ELAINE A, ,VilILll,h5I1J, ,.,,... , Ocilla, , .VaIdos1a, Thomaston, ,,,,,,,MouItrie, ,,,,VLlIdOSI3, .,,..VaIdosta, Lake Park, Blackshear, Vuhlosta, Sylvester, las- -L atv' 'N .' 1. wwf - . Q ' I 1. I ,, J I ' . . . 1, ff ,,,.. I C1 L .ui Q I U A ilk" Cu Cu. N- Gu. ' ' Cu. ..g.- 1- Gu. A. .fl Cu. N . ga. ',4V Q71 u If ff I-'I ks? Ga "'- f Ga. I Ca. ' ' Cu. Y N 1 ,X - K' - Al,- f 'I If i':'?Z:i' l Q. Q . A aim' 'N W -QQ' If x l ., .5 -F 1. ' , . ,j , f" " 5- Ia . F oi? .2 X L I , A: f'- EZ' , , .f:97 I Cu. Ca. .M M: Clw ure' lruvliu 'A X ' f fl 4 X 7 ff P N? r 1 131' I I GT' K3 -s ,X . 'U w 4, 1 gg" x ' 'bfi -I 01 f -5 ' -x .315 r- 1, i' ' 2 3 if f I , X -x 1 ac ,EE 4 .. ' 4 69:7 e A . I l 109 'K ' "swf an fl' 0 , H , ,nv g - , . Q, . 1' ' '5' E I . 2 Ny W -X C. ...fi Q, l., , 1, 33 .l jjk ,WN I, 'hiv' ,P f wif ,Q f gpg. Q ,fi 'k,. U , ' ll ,,z- NO 1 '1 in 1 . "4'1n'f Ill 'nfl- I 6 W lr 5 I , 1 K , ,4 4 H 1 A1 Ami' A "Haw I lm-l In ,, 3' atv. nfjlilllt' and Punislum-nt" lwypicul SKILIIIICIH U1-llc" :- W , f ' 5 go. 1 f lu' 5 4' -,...L , f 'L 'S +53 , 1 r' Afj, ' 1 1 D: 5 "i'rg"f 1 x ' .,,, ,eww L, ,f-' ' .. 1 " f x ff ' ,J-r nliwvllgll I iff n F lh'u+-1 Greeks QQXE l ,, ...,,......--fe"! i X f4w"rsiiirl. Annual Greek Week Xltny lli1'lxry,lQ11-vlxlimlrlvssl lleiiiiv Brown. llreeli liod ,V C 1 I' f l f ,ft Y I A ", tv L A :B s 'A . f -' ' 'S .gi "'-Af? Q' L 1. g " "' , ,. . , 5 ty l if J 1 - X , , - , Q I . A V i f , l t 'lille KAI ellioywl Ihl' song fvsll The Sei-ond annual Creek Week was held this year on Nov. 9-13. 1960. To hc-gin this eyenllul oveasion. a general meeting of all Greeks was called for Thursday afternoon. Nov. 10. in the gym at which time Candidates were announi-ed for Creek god and goddess. Friday afternoon found the Creeks gathered at the gym at 6:30 for the song fest. Following the presentation of this the group adjourned to the Student Center for an informal dance and the skits of the fraternities. Saturday at 2:30 the Greeks met at Sandspur Stadium for the Olympic contests. At 8:00 BM. the music of Bahe Yoemanis Orchestra was heard coming from the Creseent Center. The Greeks were dancing again! Everyone of the Crowd was awaiting the crowning of the Creek god and goddess. As Mary Uic-key. Alpha Delta Pi and Bernie Brown. THE. were called to re- ceive the honor. a great round of applause was heard. Church held at Pound Hall on Sunday' morning ended another great Greek Weiek for every Greek on Campus. 4 ' 1 I l l 4 l l K Tony did L1 great joh leading the Phi Kaps too. lln- 'Xlplni Xi sorority .ippi-.uiwl lo ln- Iill--41 with high spirits for ti great Creek W""lX "'1'l- Alpha Delta lli was well represented at the song fest! 2... N.. 4 ia. up .IZ li l l l I -.L . 'JL ,' .4 '.i ,,A ., , 5 :Z .. , -, , 't' vi: l ' ' ' 1 X iw Jak ui 'La I I s. - - -H1 1 ,, 1 ,1-P ....,.. m, ,. 5 fl X Left to Tlbhl Bexerley freene Parlmmentarlan Patricia Luke qandra Massey, Treasure-rg ,lean Hooks, St'l'I'FlLll'y1 Snnflm littillo, Pm-sitleritz :Xnn Powell, The fraternity inen uf VSC in order to form a more klE'Il10CI'3llC. efficient. and understanding governing body to represent. lead and unify all fraternities to act together upon any matter involv- ing the fraternities' interests estalilishecl the IFC during Spring: Quarter of 1957-1958. Interfratermt' Council Hickox, Johnny Mclntyre. Second row, left to right: Ldllldl' Pearson, David vi 'K i Y I- ss ff' i v"!"'1fg X395 Gamma Xi Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was installed on the cam- pus of VSC in May, 1958. Alpha Xi Delta does not claim to be the oldest. nor does it claim to be the largest, but it does claim to be the FRIENDLIEST. Alpha Xi Delta stands for sin- cere development of character, for high standards of scholarship, for wholehearted interest in college affairs, and for wholesome social life above reproach and criticism. The colors of Alpha Xi are gold double blue and the chosen flower is the pink Killarney rose. PLEDGES First row: Bobbie Jean Powell, Caiol Knight, Brenda Houston, Mary Lou Minchew, Sharon Boat- wright. Second row: Nora Lee Brown, Andrea Hickman, Betty Frances Freeman, Roslyn Spraberry, Barbara lford, Laura Underwood, Pat Spooner. Third row: Martha Hicks, Rachel Laslie, Glenda McClellan, Sue Max- well, Sybil Freeman, Janice Mercer, Susan Johnson, Gene Kilt, Charlotte McClellan. Alpha Xi Delta Gamma Xi Chapter SISTERS-Sealed: Beverly Bridges, Recording Secretaryg Gloria Reagen, Treasurer: Martha Register, Corresponding Secretaryg Judy Whorton, Patricia Hunter, Joyce Robinson. Standing: Patricia Herrington, Vice-Presidentg Janice Postell, Jean Hooks, Presidentg Gloria Grissett, Sonia Sutton. , Am' if 4 .1 Q l A iii' " -1. , x.-aj 3 I ft",J , , 'X W' 3 ,bit 5.,....-f v. a New pledges attend first meeting. Pledges Sing Alpha Xi sung ff? 5-.il ' Alpha Xis chat with national president. Alplm Xie xisit Sim,-rw ut Uiiiw-rsity uf C1-frigiai. Memories 0 Gamma Xl Q AEA 1 .-YP ..u', - lf. .ll 1, i , ,Lib L EJ i 41" V .. ' . 5' ,dh , ' 5. A' 11,1 X L N , . r px.. V--.' '48 ks - A W 4, Z ' A I . ,QAM :':- -' Q , - - J' I New Pledges treated by Alumnae Spring ll-ms.-li.ii'ly. l i5 lt 1 it il Il' li ' A E Q ,F f fa ifwis I - ft e Tis, iii-A v 3' 'li' ,fl x 1 1.1 wk I 1' K f , 1 Y v Q A 5 6 gk ' V '- AZ ' ak l'l,EDCESfFirsr row, left to right: Charlotte Durden, Alma Uruhlms, Elizabeth Helms, Patricia Loeb, Mar- tha llc-Elroy, Alive N'IcDougald, Second row, left to Tliyllff Clinton lilru-kledge, Barbara Whitley, Deana Dor- ough, Dawn Cromer, Lane Winston, Rosa Waring, Beth NI:-lice, Wilda liritt, Uretclieri Schroer, Faith Polk, .le-an Nolan, Snookie Rigdon, Delta Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was the first national so- rority to be established on the campus of VSC. Sigma Alpha Omega sorority was founded as a colony of Alpha Delta Pi on December 16, 1953. They were in- stalled as a chapter of Alpha Delta Pi in May, 1958. The open motto is MWe live for each otherf, Alpha Delta Pi takes an active part in campus activities and aids each member in enjoying a rich, well-rounded life during college days. The colors are blue and white and the flower is violet. Alpha Delta Theta SlS'l'l'lHS' Sealed, firm! row. felt to right: Patricia Luke, Presidentg Jeannie Posey, Vice-Presidentg Sandra Patillo, Recording Secretary: Ann Powell. Treas- urer: Janice Taylor, llorrf-sponding Sm,-rcta1'y. Second row, left to right: Elizabeth Parramore, Elaine Studstill, Emily McBride, Judy Jones, Mary Dickey, Bt-tty Merritt, joy Collier. Stumling, left tu right: Robin New, Dee Robertson, Alice Kay Johnson, Kitty Coppage. ,ff X S7 --4 ' W ' W S. ,, Ee: fl 'fi ,X R 'vi 64. t- 661.15 'N llsxf A 11 fu Oli, Did somebody trump that! I vould care 1655! I really dn know that tune: but reiiwxiilwr Iilll just Dee. not Elvis! Delta Pi Chapter 'Q 3, . 7 .8 .- V University of Georgia wus nc-ver like this. "NY" .f..f' That's all right, darlings, we won Greek Week. -A n Jlxlllll9l'lIIt'llll l I7 L 3 Q , H 'WE-.1 I ' 'ef I W7 4 V21 t 3' 3 PLEllClfS-f-Swilerl, first row, left to riglzt: Barbara ,loyw Stephenson, Lyn licwis, Kay Park. Second row, lvl! to riylit: Nlariannm- lluxtf-r, Linda Hudson. llootsit- llartlt-y, l,ilIlQlt'l' Watlc, Judy Parker. Stanrling, left Io right: lfmily Shaw, Susan lirant-li, Mimi Collier, Lila Mvtjli-iiny, Suzanne- llrown. Gail Brown. I appa Delta Gamma Mu Chapter Installed on VSC campus as a national sorority chapter in May, 1958. Gamma Mu Chapter of Kap- pa Delta now consists of thirty- five members. Constant growth in number and strength being the goal. Kappa Delta plays an im- portant role on the campus by pro- moting friendship, encouraging education and scholarship, and promoting social interest. Social activities of Kappa Delta include participation in Greek Week activities, the White Rose Ball, Al Frescoes, the annual spring houseparty. Founders Day, and Slave Day. SISTERS- Svutwl, lirst row. lf-ll to right: Beverley Crt-cnc, Secretary: Sandra Massey, President: Norma Lou Maxwell, Assistant Treasurer. Second row, left to right: lmllise' Wight, Kay llomingos, Treasure-rg Sue Wright, Martha Suv liragg, xlll't'-Pl'PSlllt'Ill. Standing, left to right: Dale Vickers, lo Ritch, ,lean Phil- lips, Bonnie Waterhouse, Leslie- Brown, Elaine Fallen, Linda Little, Sandra Ford. Q27 'J hav Q41 1-'uf 1 i-,fr-192 4 :Wt A 1 -- f . F' ,' ef" V f Qfzlpt gil' :Q lg 0-xg' 2 Q1 , K K V l 1 4 - .fe 1' V E I Q l Q l ff- I .- M, KD's can't be angels all the timeflllurtllu Suv. Plffd249S PFUSCHI U Sift- 50" - 'l' ' LQ X lf" l Y? x l f KA yg l fi f f Kapers ,A l ' Q 1 . jf js 1 f J! J Y' 5 ,. . yin ' ,. L Vg l Q fill' fi X- Y- ,. 'A Q. , V. 5 HF . :Wu-1' Pleased pledge pose! lluwuiil Um 111-ml I I9 2 . t vias? " 'Nr its It 15 2 IGF' I SPONSORSfSenler1: Janice Taylor, Gloria Reagen. Standing: Beth McRae. Jeanne Posey. Deanie Jones. -ar-if 'T' I i .Q Mg 21.442 fit! x ,ff 655.1 . . 2 f J. -. 'f r ,. as 'r 4 4 " 918 11 ,-F: at 'E I 1? 1 " i I ir s Q V ' E ts, l Beverly Greene. Clinton Blackledge, Sigma Phi Epsilon The Georgia Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity is proud to be the college's newest fraternity. ln the Spring of 1955 a colony, Sigma Epsilon, was formed and five years later it became the Georgia Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. The brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon create and encourage the perpetuation of friend- ship among men. Since the founding of the fraternity in 1901. the SPE's have devel- oped. strengthened. and maintained high moral principles which are essential for the individual as a member of society. The Sig Eps induce and encourage work along scholastic, athletic. and socialistic lines which will result in the highest degree of fulfillment. The building of individual maturity is the major aim of the select group known as Sig Eps. fl qfifffla' fl. Bennett W. McDaniel J. Hickox M- L3H00d H- AIld6rS0n J. Bennett B. Berry D. Bernard Pres. Vice-Pres. Sec. ConiPlf0llPf 'V Y' 012' , Fm ' Q , .tl g . as "Z2'f". B iffiifm s"" ' ' A V iam-ia! IEA S. Blanton D, Brooks J, Daghef J. Dewar R. Germano L. Gornto J. Harrell B. Hassell ,QFD A .va ,arf fxf. -any f-Q, I I ll, Joni-s S. Mars J. Mclntyre B. Moorman J. Moses C. Norwood K. Lewis J. Parramore v-Q ,1- , , . . flu. E., I JIIHIIQS li. Imtlt- ll. Saliliu T, Sessions E. Sharpe B. Vamedoe W. Wilburn P. Wyatt 120 My S Fl 1 B1 TY Y 1 V Ido F5 fm." f ' we wa 556 Q 21' ! Q A -1 lv .-5 IN ' :num f, fffvrevwi"' WWW M 2 2 , M' ICD as W w,g0,v, :NWN ,f,P,3?i,lIWlfLJ,qs Ys s if 9 J Algii 'I A nm'nm4 'jffg,j - 2? -wwclcwt fir at VbCfMiss Mary Dim-key, IE Sweetheart ! bv:-'nv .. '21 'T A. T an V M,- TONI STEELE, Chapter Sweetheart I -I Tau Kappa Epsilon Zeta Nu Chapter january 17, 1959. was the beginning of the Zeta Nu chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity on the VSC Campus, Since its origin, the Tekes have become the largest fraternity on the campus. During the year, two major campus-wide events are sponsored by the frater- nity-the Miss VSC Calendar Girl Pageant, and The Teke Talent Revue. Both have become highlights of the school year. The Red Carnation Ball is given each spring for the chapter at which time the Sweetheart and the Top Tekes are presented. Above all, Teke stands for Men. A member is not chosen for his wealth or social standing, but for his personal worth and character. L. Pearson B. Brown Pres. Vice-Pres. , we R. Waters B. Force See. .tg it 'x -lu-. 'HW N Treas. v h.,':x.,,1f . Ein Q ' v f 9 1, S. K S. Vaughn Historian H. Melntyre H. Worley K. Kemp Chaplain Sgt. at Arms Pledge Trainer W. Iivinflm .l. lioyariet- IJ. Eason C. Greene J, Herrington A, Pendleign qi" ze-, ' 'S il f s T o i ., -, .- M- . N, .fx ,wat 'can ,,,,. "ru X sw- , . , ,Q ,, fr- ft, . flax ' '., ., mid' iw X 1'4- fn 'Vi . 2 "f'i5iMJTli'li fri .. L . Q-:ff 1. awe: T . - . ' , ' ' I - - . . H- l"l f ' ltr' il l .l. llogu i. lv. Ninth .l. Welili T, Willlanigon -fox a 1 . 1 fr 'IN ff! x.. .1 'A ' f"'N fi , 12" t 1 J.. :E-.il '- sf' . t 2 -ft 1 J 4 -1' 'iii '11 9 A ffl' ' Ant? ' B. Allen B. Bowles I. Boyette t A v - Bi F.. ., t J, SPONSORS-Seated ffloorl: Kay Park, Gail Brown, Brenda Houston. Seated, left to right fsofaj: Wilda Britt, Ginger Gornto, Faith Polk, Charlotte Durden, Snookie Rigtlon. Standing: Dawn Groover, Betty Pace, Kay Doiningos, Pledge Sweetheart-Judy Butler. ku A' - f 1 L. Denkins R. Douglas as ax .. BJ we 7 J. Harris G. Hertzberg . . ,, Al"1"f J ! ,, , va I 1' fr :N A . . ' w 1- J' H -411' - -... I ' u L, . Q it W. McKinnon, Jr. D, Murray J Q r"' . I l .,,-.N of, L. Cntirsott 1 t , , t 2 ' 14" 'if :I Q . . nf' V . - A 'tri' 37 -- ' gf.. , 7 Y A ' 5 ip? Q .-vial , f f Q: ,Q Y ,w iiffj B. Gooch G. Goodrum 5 f nf: TJ? I . Q, ,N fax K ' P it . - 13 ' - 4 . ti rf.: J f J. Hicks T. Hill . ."S f 93 "' .. .47 "' - x x. X ' f . '-of .7 - ' J. Owens M. Reublin 341 an J .fr 'V' . VL. .. fi 1 ' fv- 7... . Culpepper '-Wx' , x. ,- . . G. Gray qi ,W N -Q 2 ... 'Y ,,.,5V, .N , ., ...gg--:ff-v ., Qj' K A 'flat' if-1.1. N. A 'Sli - ?f'Fg?',1i'1,f? 'z 1 .- I 1f.1.af.,4,,-.' J, 1 f'.ff,:., Ml. . , ,g ,','L.j,,g Myra!! y 1 .44 JJIQIEJZJ! !5' 1 . .,.,- .,',::.1.4.,,g4 V ,.,. A ,, :is w- 1 J. DeMott ,-. 405 'fn J. Greenwald If ., i I f7'5 B. Kirkland J. McCarty , I H b .f. J -1 JJ xt ,PK 'gin' 5 H' ff s f , , r 1. R. Bisll A. Smith if ff' lex A? VA 'll -is v-r 3: ,,-as L. Smith B. Stone J. Swearingen B. Wagner J. Wainwright E. Wino dural '-New ' SPONSORS-Seated ffloorj: Gloria Grissett, Beverly Bridges. Seated fclmirl: Mar- tha Sue Bragg. Louise Wight. Standing: Leslie Brown, ,lean Hooks. 'YQ' 5 'Q , A 35 H. O'Steen D. Melton R. gyrd Pres. Sec. Treag. . cg.. -"fs-v". , N , ff 7 ,ga qi, Pi I appa, Phi Beta Tau, Chapter The Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity began its life in the Fall of 1951 as Filii Fortunae Social Fraternity. On January 17, 1951, Filii Fortunae was installed as Beta Tau Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi. Since its inception the fraternity has played a major role on the Valdosta State College campus. During the year Pi Kappa Phi sponsors such campus-wide activities as the Miss VSC Beauty Contest, the ulVIan of the Yearn award, and the Wlleacher of the Yeari' award. In addition, the fraternity sponsors activities for the bene- fit of its brothers. Members of Pi Kappa Phi are chosen for their worth as individuals only. I A'-2 1 X 9 it K' ' i ' 'ff gf J. Stevens J. Tomherlin D, Bennett Chaplain Warden ff' M. lilurli, ,ll'. '11, Corso W, Carrick Jackscm R' King R. Knoll ff., fr. an , ,rt NJ ' 57 M"l'lf'Y A. Register' ll. Hossinun J, Waiteg X U .xl T K X P 9 3 l:.Qp? o l.0lvlv.vlo.v , 'tw .fd il! 2' Y 1, Q. I lf :E 2 E . . , v t , , c I 7 , I If l lt lf I t l A practice seision for the TKE Calendar Girl Contest 53 '-E lt ,, l S That final touch for a rat! Ngfv ' A' I HURT or TH: Sig Ep's own sweetheart A new TRE pled e paddle viewed k,,'l1, I x Advertising BELK HUDSQN COMPANY FIRST STATE BANK The Home of BeHer Values + Fashions for Men ' Women ' Children I00 S. PATTERSON CH 2-2I9I The Bank Thai WanI's You for a Deposi+or Member of FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION VALDOSTA. GEORGIA Complimenrs of SINCE I9OI x 5' Pesr coNra0l C X5 . Homes-S+ores-Indusiries ORKI N EXTERMINATING CO., INC. I802 N. .fX5InIey Sireef CH Q2-FTE CompIimenI's of BROO KWOOD PHARMACY Prescriprions Filled WIII1 Care Regis+ered Pharmacisis PHONE CH 2-3852 I3I2 N. PaH'erson Sireei W. 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Ashley CH 2-0540 Wi See 'rhe 0ppor'runi+ies for Employmenl As Well As Our Service 'ro This Area Visii Us xg?-H55 X98 gAFElY 02544, K. fgff vous slvmos Lax -fl l 94, Sl0,000 ff 1- , 2 A--.. -3 E aff fowl w sl it 4 fe fi?-is A 'f 'f' FIRST FEDERAL 2 SAVINGS AND LOAN " 80l N. Ashley CH 2-4838 Now II' ls Pepsi for Those Who Think Young E re "+he Lighl relreshrnenlu PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 704 S. Pa'r'rerson S+. Valdosia .YA Rx ii X 51:35. SCHWARTZ'S "Smar+ Campus Fashions" 124 N. Ashley cl-1.2-3742 Besl' Wishes ROBERT'S INSURANCE AGENCY Your Represenlafive 'For The HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE CO. Specializing in Life Plans Designed for College Seniors PATTERSON STREET Valdosla, Georgia Use Thai' Good "GEq:RGlIA ACE" erfi izer GEO RG IA F E RTI L l Z E R Above 'em All in Qualily Your Crop Proves H" Mfg. by Georgia Feriilizer Co. Valdosfa, Ga. 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Pa++erson CH 2-68:20 Home Owned by Harry B. Anderson Your Headquar+ers for Radios-Phonos-Hi-Fi ALL KINDS SPORTING GOODS QUICK SERVICE Tennis and Badminfon RacIce'rs Resfrung 3OI N. PaHerson S+. CH 2-5945 Jus+ Good Food! From VaIcIos'ra's Finesi' and Friendliesf MI NCHEW'S RESTAURANT N. Ashley S+. CH 2-0567 LUKE BROTHER'S BARBER SHOP Specializing in FIa+ Tops Five Barbers 'ro Serve You! Corner' of Lee and Ann S+. Webb Shopping Cen+er VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Www REGISTER'S CLOTHING COMPANY II4 N. PaH'erson CH 2-7930 C. We Sell BeHer Fer'riIizer for BeI'Ier Farming TO BUILD BETTER SCHOOLS CHURCHES COMMUNITIES WE MAKE THE BEST BETTER O. SMITH GUANO CO Represenled in Valdosfa by M. L. STRONG CH 2-5877 xx xxx X .-'-4'-SE-. . 3 ., .FR 5 -ci. -in ff' R sg, BOWL-O-RAMA, INC. Bemiss Rd.-Langdale Dr. VALDOSTA, GA. Fea+uring I2 AMF Au+oma+ic PinspoHers Complimen+s of Bob Sfraighf, Mgr. CH 2-l7Ol K 'ef LU KE 6 4 4 MENS SHOP fi! . CUUALITE- sms SERVICE 3' . T I36 N. 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