Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

 - Class of 1968

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'IJ1 1WN.L,ViT1'tIH2u..l's.l?1""!VfL o A i x For I would travel from the mind And move beyond the intellect And Search and Search until I find Identity clear in total act 3 l ,. Q if , l l x w an iff? 1: S 0 3 4, 'gig Q ".,J..4X Nik.-.llaQu:ok1-Hi.-samba-AXf.r.n.'4 .,--N fl. Swv-Twir' --M h-4v fr-M f um. l l , 1: ' ' " "j Q vt . . . , if 1 - - Q S' 2 'S' ' - . All . ,X -, ge Q, tr. . M f 2 l .Q2uvwe::1w,, Y' Y' A - 9 - W, -:--.,. 1 A , 'QF - 9, V' 4. fe t' 41- ' v- ,. ' v,. - Q' :Ag 1 1 H Q ni n ,gf 5: rf 3-'iw 4' i ., " l ,sf Q, 'Yr -- -' QQ! by - I ?45....lL,.s..4q: - nw- W .- in 5, +u..- - .- if 'il CONTENTS Introduction . . . 1 Student Life .... . T 32 Athletics . . . . . . . 114 People . T . . , . 134 HT EIG TY NETEEN-SIX O l C NI 5 VALDOSTA STATE COLLEGE Valdosta, Georgia Seeking thus ldentlty I came 'Ifw I , I' g Q FSF? 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N wfwi' 4-N., A-Q I'- QM :V ' . 15-wr" 'Sh -Iver .1 L ' eil' l, f ,LQ 2' ' ,jv ig! chi, ,, D Aj1A X -a 'gtk x 'Uk S . L ,...f3-"i. . '1'4.fY .,,. gan-,,, X A . .X .3-,-14 28 'fi Y ' QW YYY, J y 1 1 A B . n.-Tplx V IK? i af' ,- x 3 !'Eiz 'zo 'KH- A Free and at peace I lie on dew-line grass No longer wondering But accepting without knowing if ,p'c,. , g, x 531' .jf 4 Et ,'L""QQ ' f ' T , A 1 ,wen 4 if z r e Y X , 5 Q 2 S D Y 1 I wf, I s 1 X ' 2 lf. A bis-14 A AA fi 1 gb ' Y , , , 1 ' 3 fb S - - I feel I act I speak I try to understand 1 1 N ' 1 ' A , 1 T S., ,gfggga e '14 5 4 :- . 9 ,Lp- N 4 ,,i .Ju H- - 31 I F' 1, Q 5 N STUDENT LIFE , :Il , li,V.,, , ! f',I4.,I!i1I "vl'..l4,!g3 M A , A - V A : mi mi . Hq tl gbjlh , i ..-... ,.l A V H I i 5 h is h L-A ' ' I -1-W-F Af-V J , T f-f'QA:1'f-A -34.343 li -- -V . , , Y 4..,,,.g--4.1, . . , . A ,W .V J: if 1' i I.,--,HE 1 - - A K . ---M - 1 f"5' X- -7 A - , , .1 A, ,H --1-,f.......-..g. V -, -W , MC.-,3- . , I -, b ' fi 1 L- jr ., 'lf V . 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'AVA L "i v-.unusua- V ' When did we become college students . . . in the laboratory ...in the lecture hall . . . during the long, long hours of study . . . with discussion groups.. .exchange of ideas with professors and fellow students ...or did all of these mold US... L Ar A , . w . 4 r 4 1 . ff' AJ., - "" " - . .11 .' , " - ,w , F 1 l'r""" -' ' rn . W 1- ., 2,7 ,,,-.g- M' -.f ' 'N' . L- . -f " is 4. 5- - J if Lf. 4' r is Q 'TQFQ 1 , ' -ts ,i .4 A 1 F., fi L . xy EH ug K My Ag: 5 df 11' 4' , sa t D - Y if 'X I 'I i f I D ' rf, 9- skis x fx Q NN' if ' 4 ff--.P 5 ' O -1-'J' - 5, ' 3 1 " Qin- z J ,, - a i-ll ........... , A ., 5 I W' v V , Y fl -J-X 7. f, ew-. - qs-vi--auxuw r ' 7 Ta. .-.-,.---..-q- ,- , M, ,,un,,.... f"-'.i- " - 4.f ,- , - - v , li - f---.n,.Y.v ?i V8 ,- .. N ' r X -I s N , 1 if . I . .K 4 11 Q, V X191 " ,C , - E I 1 f A .,'fS'1. . . '35 '24 c11"wR3' " P-fm had kj! If 9 ' mf K' 34 f, ff 4 If fZ?9W,7wvt, M f, I .sv W n ,X 'N57. of r YQ. Y "H I vs 1.7 :gm , pry fm K W ls. 1, f:'f'f1l-if "?'f4Sn- has Q .- . wx 5' 'fffffif' M4 LK-JD.. IL ,,, Next corne the lines. Lines for courses, for roorn assignments. Post Office boxes, books, supplies and on and on. Referred to as Orientation and Registration, by some it is called Organized Confusion s... '-N, Even the rain is a refreshing addition to the exciting rush of first week adjustment, andthe mail boxes are frequently visited for a first letter from home. Everything is busy! K1 'I ll I 11 t T Q 1 I ,..qgauluK'7 , 'Q aq.,.v1'iA " su ' 'Xi Q gi tal fi 1 is 5 Q za 8 7 4 st. . Q1 52 2 e 'life 1 1 4 ' N. M - . r ri V L ' 'Q Q aw' i , , ,L 'QS P P1 5 V M-lg, The annual Welcome To Valdosta Dance by the Chamber of Commerce is a time for introductions, loud music and valuable door prizes. More than this it is a change from days of tests, talks and tension. Q X iff' E ,nhlq 40 N f :PWAP ' V "TJ Nr.,-' 55...-1 42 .N.. 'Q Li, Before we realize it, the fnrst quarter is ending, Unfinished term papers and pre-exam cramming are temporarnly Interrupted for the Annual SGA Cnrrstmas Formal and naming of Class Sweethearts. Eiliiff-'GI Miss Pine Cone IVIISS PINE CONE of1968,the very beautiful Angie Thompson is selected, crowned and serenaded by the Letterrnen, top recording and performing artists. A radiant Blakely, Georgia, brunette, sne reigned at the annual winter concert. 'Elyse' 4 MISS ANGIE THOMPSON K-A iw Xwk 4-.-qi wqyvf Nona Free, Furst Runner-Up Jan James N - ' My 'SL .J 'M Carol fVIcKmley Glorua Thompson 45 Cathy Ann Westbrook Homecomin Queen HOIVIECOlV1lNG,1968,"The Wrld, Wild West" invades the acadernuc worlds A record number of alums return. Cathy Ann Westbrook, of Sanford, Florida, ns HorneComungQueen. There's basketball, dancnng and fun galore. , J T i v ' fr v 5 : Q . 2 ,F 2 wmrfi gl X ' Mant" T VY, . , was-.5 "' . +fr- isgl' 53 if ,W f. K ,Q 1 gif- , 1 A r Q . -S , 3 , 1 13 r r f-----1 HOIVIECOMING COURT tfrfrrrlT1-?TlT?r'lmlirkvr.Num.:FvvuQL1:fvr1Cf,1HW AV1ITVV43'9U7YOOk,CJYO"VIi'KII1lQV .amd Beckv Rushuh 46 8 ,- f 6-MW 'far f. wr' ' 5'-1's'?f3i , nf,-VA,-,fx 4'-. L 9" Y E Y., IK ff ' L lin . ,yi x'54'12 ,Xi i j Lavvn decoratuons and a Saturday afternoon Hornecornnng Paradesnovv nmagnnatlon and hours ofnard,hardvvork.Fron'1 the Gamblung Casunoto Bonnie and Clyde, the atrnospnere of very wild west takes overtnequret campus and comrnunuty. F M ,, Ndlusn-au:-1 R rg'-S -Wi KW, 9-L-,. J, .,. A4 .M-,W "' .'5:'1,.q-SJQ dp Y. . r ""'b'hs..,:' J-tus r3'3'91'-5' 'K 48 A: 'Q 2 V' -V 'W -.-gf . ,- 45.3, '-325717 A ' '- 4 . , .. ,.' sy' I-.- 'f n' " .- vi ',' K I' V-, 'I' J' 1 a hiinzf' - f 7' A x'1 XX X if 5' IDG. 'IIHIII W 49 50 i L Robmett Scoggins Reign During Greek Week Greek Week is the annual highlight of the year for members of Fraternities and Sororities on the VSC campus. Reigning over the festivities as Greek God and Goddess were Frank Scoggins, of Thomasville, Georgia, and Shirley Robinette, of Shellman, Georgia. Happy Greeks werethose winningawards-Delta Chi for the Chariot Race: Delta Chi and Kappa Delta for the Olympics: Delta Chi and Alpha Delta Pi for Scholarshipg and Tau Kappa Epsilon and Alpha Xi Delta for the Song Fest. ,-... Q Nancy Lee Reigns as 1968 Miss V.S.C. Adding one more title to many otners sne nad pre- viously received, beautiful Nancy Lee. of Lakeland. Georgia, was selected Miss V.S,C. for 1968. A fresn- man, sne was crowned by tne 1967 Miss V.S.C. Angie Thompson, of Blakely, Georgia. Sponsored by Pi Kappa Phi, the annual event was neld in the College Gymnasium. The theme was "0Iympia," Carried out in beautiful staging designed and constructed by members of the Fraternity. W"'lVl9VAl1S'9 TbOmDSOn Of Blakely. Gefvfgia- MISS VSC Nancy Lee of Lakeland. Georgia, is crowned by 1967 5 l l 5 1 il l 5 dum' y -,,,AlftfI .v-, I as FINALISTS, From Left, .ive Sis Watson. Linda Roddick. Nancy Lee. Linda Garrett and Carla Culbreth 52 Ci- KJ if Pggffsf ii I ' .Q .R N ' me ,-1:3935 ' ' ' 5,1 , Q yt l 1 i l 'it f , rw . ,a tg :wt ' ,tygx 1 .x t B ' '5 f N rw ' I W J " f A ..,1. ,,A ' l if . It f ' xx L 7 C7 qs 7 k ir' nf' ' X , . f I X "l F34 9 -f 7 i I: J 4 Y if 1 gf ,VSV 'U f I no L i n SM-1 wif! 5 1 1968 TKE CALENDAR GIRLS, From Left: Rena Scoggins, Miss Octoberg Debbie Wright, Miss Decemberg Charlotte Cunningham, Miss June: Toni Bellew, Miss April: Nancy Lee, Miss January: Laura Brown, Miss March: Ann Campbell. Miss May: Shirley Geiger, Miss Julyi Lelani Steed. Miss November: Jan James, Miss August: and Mary Martha Massey, Miss September. Nancy Lee Selected as TKE Calendar Girl Nancy Lee, stately blond from Lakeland, Georgia, walked oft with the Miss January title in the annual Tau Kappa Epsilon Calendar Girl Contest. The beauty, holder of numerous such titles, was joined by eleven equally lovely campus beauties to round out the year 1968. Sponsored each year by TKE, the pageant was held before a capacity crowd in the Mathis Municipal Auditorium. Photographs of all the Calendar Girls graced the lobby of the College Union for the re- mainder ofthe year. :G "'l'.H.'h-'HvV'f.wv7H I 5 f uf! 'Q Nlarga and Nlac Senior College if i N L 1 if A Y if Q 6 lf g . Z , , ' f - i 5 Va . W . i 'lwG.4,., ? S 1 7 ? X v 5. 7, 51 Q . I I . if: , . Sz .3 J Q ,. ,Hwy .v.I'..'L JAYNE SPELL CHARLIE HOWELL Nlarga and Mac Junior College J P -H-QE .:.:,,5 .Q W V gp Alice Kennington Selected as Valdosta -,' ALICE KENNINGTON Q,.Ll-"H ff f M i EE, EE, MTN if 3 , f-E, mr,- . ' 1 f L JACKIE BIERIVIAN SUSAN HENDERSON 'S- 279-' CU I A I z'- IIL I I Y FORD l Ii ANNA HARRIS NONA FREE State s Best Dressed Judged oh variety of dress, fugure. geheral appeal, posse, wardrobe and lhdlvuduallty. lovely Alice Kehhuhgtoh was selected for the 1968 title of "Best Dressed Oh College Campus" atVSC. A jumor from Thomasville, Georgla, the attracltve blond was chosen from a group of twenty-fave vvell-dressed Coeds by a student-faculty commlttee Her photographs have been seht to Glamour rrmagazme for oompetutuoh in their ahhual hatuohal selectuoh of the best dressed coed nh the oouhtry, NANCE soeucos KATHY DINKINS Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities JACKIE BIERMAN Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges gives recognition each year to outstanding students from colleges and universities throughout the United States. These deserving students are selected for their scholastic average, participation in extracurricular activities and service to Valdosta State College life. 4""' 4- 2-Q, .1.q2,, ?k,, ,Q-Qu, 4, JOANNIE CAVAN '55-Z7 JUJU HUTCHINSON MAXINE NEWBERRY 5 1 fi r g BILL MOORE H. WhQ'S WhO continued DON f?ffXMfS VXXNN arf", T CAROL RITCHIE V 1 Wix ..l :GX 1 'xx4.,pf'x di ' Uwmhfvulwi 'W' -A. my 'w """"'r cL""I2 -- A-f N, E . gi 0 523 i ' H 1 fi K f ,, A mi? WE 2, M.. SANDY STEWART ANGIE THOMPSON 61 Outstansssfrsg Students Feted at Honors Day Cfsrnlvss Rstrlslss, 1 1 lv, a sensor at Valdosta grate tjollege, isis, coveted Annie Rowe Hopper Al,Vf'il"l ,si s- ssssl Honors Day Convocae tspn The lslrsjgljcssvs is i. s lk given to the sensor who stasssls lssgfs . ssl-fslsrally and best exemplifies the tsqsslstssssses the College, The award ss given by the Vw .qsssssssss Association, family and friends pf Assssiss lJl'xlW'l' lldpper. The lvl.,ss's'cs xsrssgt lvlac Awards, given by Sigma Alpha Chi Hssssssi Sorgsefy to the lVlost All Round lVlan and Wons.sss students sn both Junior and Sensor College. welll to Charlie Howell, of Lakeland, Ga., the lVlac of llse Junior College: Jayne Spell, of Lyons, the lVlarga of the Junior College: Richard Nsjem, of Valdosta, the lVlac of the Sensor College: and Maxine Newberry, of Arlington, Ga., the lVlarga of the Senior College These awards are presented on the basis of leadership qualities. Others receiving awards were Roger Rampley, of Valdosta, an art award for creative achievement sn painting: Cresg Kelly, of lVloultrse, an art award for creative achievement sn ceramics: Jsmmse Ray Norton, of Valdosta, a biology award: Charles L. Simpson, of lVloultrie, the local CRA's award to the graduating sensor with the hsghest standing sn ac- counting: Dwight Reuel Norris, of Statesboro, the Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award, presented to the graduating sensor in Business Ad- ..f.,.. . -...L .La...4 if ' 4-' 'f " "Y ' 62 nssnsstratson-Economics who has attasned the hsgh- est level of academic achievement. A 19-year old mathematics major at VSC, Carolyn Ritchie ss a member of Sigma Alpha Chs, a member of the band and the physics club at VSC. She ss a graduate of Semsnole County High School. Donal- sonvslle,Ga. Others receiving awards were Sandra Lyn Ulmer. of Whsgham, the National Business Education Award of Merit for Outstanding Achievement in Business Education: Wanda Faye O'Qusnn, of Valdosta. the Annual Chemical Rubber Compnay Freshman Achievement Award: Bettye Gordon Futch, of Syl- vester, outstanding student sn English: Peter Schinkel, of lVloultrse, for excellence sn history. Other award wsnners were Elaine Andree Ball. of Moultrie, outstanding French student: William Robert Joyner, of Ft. Valley, outstanding German student: and Cheryl Joyce Gibbs, of Columbus. outstanding Spanish student. Outstanding sensor music majors are James Wil- lsam lVloates, Jr., of Sylvania and Aurelia Yvonne Register, of Valdosta. The outstanding freshman music major ss Matthew Wayne Kirkland, of Hahsra. The outstanding graduating physics major is Roger Ray Whitfield, of Whsgham. The physics achievement award for freshman physics went to Aram lVlekjsan, of Jackson Heights, N.Y. The outstanding psychology student is Jonathan lVlcDonald, of Brunswick. Outstanding junior college speech major ss Steve Seyfried, of Valdosta, and the outstanding sensor college speech major ss Elaine Snipes, of Sylvester. The American Association of University Professors award, presented to the Junior who has the highest scholastic average and who will complete her four years of undergraduate work at VSC, went to Betty Beasley Rich, of Adel, Ward Rafford, dean of the College, presided at the 11:30 a.m. Convocation in the College Gym. Greetings were brought to the audience by William Rannell, of Cordele, retiring president of the Stu- dent Government Association. VSC Rressdent S. Walter lVlartsn introduced the Convocation speaker, William H. Jones. professor of chemistry at Emory University, Atlanta. His subject was "Heres Your Change. Sir." Students who have obtained memberships in the two VSC Honor Societies: Sigma Alpha Chi and Alpha Chi, were introduced sn addition to the stu- dents who have been recognized for membership sn Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities and those who were recipients of awards sn different departments of the College. , ,..w" V gg ,,, v. 4.x-A-s-.z.pf 'qi' if x",S"'- a ,XX x X xwwn ik 4 'UW' p...-1 ,TQQ 1 :E M .+, ww, ' inf. ,TQ ., f f1'LW'.fHl-i 'f-,,,:,:.Z'i.Q....- ,ny-.gf 4-vu J' 'f g' 75' wf5 49 :.,,,,.. -nlniunvf J .W 5,-Z". J-,.,. Y Y 1- . F ,mv 63 ,C ,Qs s L! 1 n l I l xg 'I S 1 ,f . - ran., v ,,.-1 'I ,. "w. , .. my, 4 , 'v , ,vw Q. , , ' ' '1 , 'Q R. ' , ,tx " f ', 4. S .' v. ,x ' -M' xA ' 5 , -.. . , . qntnnymy .. , x -I A g 1 M, 4 H' N ' ' ,:A' N ,YY :fu . , A ,, V ,f N 'Q ,f :.f,.,.,gf X U E in ,Q - , ., W . , . " .X ,L ny. 41 W., X A f A--W, fx J 1 K' 31 ix fhfff fra ' , 5- ., I N nl! ' ' F 5111 S' ' Y ' cfs f ii Ja , f in -,ay-. , . A-ug I X5 V ,A -'. 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" g , U , 3' 'P 5 55 "1 A , Y' 1 fi 5 fi an W 52:1 an ,Q ,gaps -Q W ' 'Q' -"': ww. FRESHMEN SCHOLARS President Recognizes Previous Performance Ten new VSC students were named Presidents' Freshmen Scholars at the beginning of the 1967-68 academic year. Their selection was based on grades in high school, standing in high school, a personal interview, scholastic aptitude tests, predicted col- lege performance. The group was honored at the Convocation at the opening of the college year in September. Ur MEN SCHOLARS L ll t ll lin Ann Hullird Elzanne Sue Wright, Dottie Wamble, Kenny Norton, Donna Collier, F if ndwell ind Perry Baskin 'YS i i i I PARENTS WEEKEND First Annual Event Attracts Many Parents More than 450 parents came to the VSC Campus for the first observance of PARENTS WEEKEND. The Moms and Dads met the faculty, were entertained by President and Mrs. Martin, were hosted to ham- burgers by IFC and Panhellenic, viewed the Plane- tarium and enjoyed a variety show and the play "After The Fall." It was a time for checking on grades, meeting "steadies," visiting the residence halls or touring the campus. In other words. a greatweekend! L L 67 i,,,' A 1 s we '1 C ,,r 1 1 i GRADUATION Largest Class Given Degrees at Exercises ORGANIZATIONS gi T' L ..-,,.-., N4 i in I LW. 1 1 1 X A ' k r L ' s i 1 I gs I fx 'x 'i . fi ws .-a 6 1 rf-W iffif: A AM W .1.- ., 1 ri:-f 9 F 4 i ' 1-gr,-""'v01 5 ,Q fl--h"9. g 1 if : 41,1 W A , W if-A M sluze- W 1' H. 'Cf' 4 1 15'--q.-b-'53 s 1 ""' 1' ' V'-.. f". N 5-rip:-fi. -YVVY Q JQ xiii'-:W 5' fm tiliiig vll gl ' if 5 , i i ' g i gf , 9524 v l 2 ff..'1f'f?1 Wg! gtg-ir,...h-0 V's N 1 ' N 4 A-as-in .4 ll .5 . XJ ALA-J? Y 4 . Q V K 2- 3 f FMW l ,?Vf"T: E V' , I l f 5 NUM V M5311 IM ' l if-,V ,V -'fl A 5- ., ., 1 W 'MQ1 ji 5 'uQN M wily K3 Q ,L--. 0 f V 4-V" 5 a LP' N9 P iff y iafm ,Q3y hV f,K,, 1 . w 5 9,.',, t ..-f 5 r56QE3pf'5DAl V . Sgr. , .:'fY4L11-115. if-f-,ir:ll:.-'EL'-""f-+H ' M A',' f ' X J' 'MVT , mi if tj if 5 f - i 1, sv M ? . M- nf SGA PRESIDENT BILL PANNELL 70 SGA Links Students, Faculty, Administration lt was, Indeed, a year ot change as the Student Government Assoclatlon lnstltuted the Student Code ot Ethics, the Student Judlclary System, and Parents' Weekend at Valdosta State College. Stu- dents, Ill unprecedented numbers, became more integral parts ot the Collegewthrough the tlreless efforts ofthe StudentGovernmentAssoclatlon. As Valdosta State IS growing, so grows the Stu- dent Government Assoclatlon, Complete changes keep the otflcers and representatives ln a frenzied rush throughout the year. Total reorganlzatlon was the 1968 theme of the SGA, and Student Responsi- blllty was the cry that was so favorably met by the members ot the Valdosta State College admlnlstraf tion. New peaks ot eftectlve communlcatlon were reached between students and oftlclals of the Col- lege, Yet through the changes, through the challenge of new problems, the SGA members as selected oltlclals of the student body, kept the Valdosta State College tradltlons, lncludlng l-lomecomlng, alive and growing, x i t 4 I an Student Government Associationcominued t v N .. bf 4 7 F? f" lu--:? ke f'L' ,- I .A..r,G f M. 2 Ax"- .5 907 . , . it ... 1: 1-' - .tv -.'..- ' 'H . ,.: ---.. ' . , -,,.. V ,' ,. , - t 'X Y, " 'x.'v'1uf.,f--, x' A : A N-.1 1 X. f., ,,,.. ,-., X x X x , . +2."'1 .1 vi . . 1 .- 1 :f.b.t, 'N v '-" A-. , 7' '-al .H A xx - . 215:35- -,4 . 1 N' - '.,'y'- - ' . .gb FROM LEFT, clorkwuse Sara Tillman, Sue Davus, Randy Smith, Glen Phelps, Jackue Wnllnarns, Glorua Thompson, Glorua Gattus and Bettie Jane Wells rua- Y' " ,wwf .u P1- , - 1 J . FROM LEFT: Wesley Ren Christie, Mrs, Dora Stilwell, Webster Teague JuJu Hutchinson Laura Arnold Dr Tom Renfro and Sue Davis College Union Board Regulates Facility The College Union is the center of all student ac- tivities on the VSC campus. The Board responsible for the smooth operation of this greatly used facil- ity is composed of students and faculty, who es- tablish and enforce rules and plan or schedule a variety of events including teas, receptions, semi- nars, lectures, movies and dancing. "The Rebel Room," newest addition to the Union, is a busy center for billiards, ping pong, dancing or color television viewing. Student Court Has Disciplinary Powers Established by the Student Code of Ethics as an integral function of the Student Government Association, The Student Court was the final au- thority on student disciplinary problems. As a new organization, the year was crowded with problems that arose, but the caliber of the people that served on the Court made it a practical reality on the Val- dosta State College campus that has been firmly established. 36 i . G+: if .is A FROM LEFT' Kirk Rivenbark, Billy Beasley, Don Reames, Jan James, Bill Erwin. Mac Wilcox. Chief Justice Jonathan McDonald. Donna Dixon, Joey Davis, Nancy Robinson, Bobby Simpson, Polly Moore, Nancy Barrow and Jerry Bishop. w 'E 0 7 l l 5,0 BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: Tommy Barr, Bill Pannell, Bill Moore, Randy Smith, Vernon Dixon, TOP ROW, Left to Right. Ervin Wood, Don Reames, Eddy Hanley, Jonathan McDonald, lVlac Wilcox, Ronny Gilliard. Black Key Generates Leadership on Campus ln its second year as a local honorary for men who best exemplified the ideals of leadership, ser- vice, spirit, and scholarship and Black Key became an important part of Valdosta State College and its traditions. Including such projects as the Atlanta Falcon-Old Rebs basketball game during the Home- coming Festivities, the Black Key filled the year with worthwhile service in an attempt to establish a student Ioan service for VSC students. 75 Pine Cone Records People, Places and Events l ,r Q. l l N I l l l l l l lk r 3'fu"Z?"" I gi N -,' ,IZ :A + lj . ' V FIRST ROW, Ielt to nent Becky Beck, Nlarcla Cobb, Becky Rushln, Susan Shenton, Sharon Culpepper, Jayne Spell. SECOND ROW: Susan Hancock, Polly Moore, Dottie Stubbs, Dianne Best, Sharon Luncoln, Susan Wlley, Louise Moore. THIRD ROW: Beverly Gore, lVlary Lee Chandler, Jg1nJones, Rosa Brown, Sally Gallaher, Peggy Tbon1as,Duanne Holleman, Patrrcla Hams, Julre Jhonson, Becky Braswell. 76 ',o-x Q, D 4,7 fit X X. -4 Betsy Buvmgs-Editor ' 'iigiri' Qufgg- xl NPA ff' 4. 'PAA1 I Sandra Coley Co-Editor 77 Campus Canopy Keeps Students Up-to-Date The Campus Canopy, in its fourth year of publi- cation, reports college news, interjects humor into the academic routine, and airs student opinion. Having no formal school of journalism to insure its publication, the paper appears periodically with the help of a small minority of journalistically inclined students who for unknown motivations care enough to sacrifice time, studies and sanity to keep the presses rolling. While this annual will be a source of nostalgic in the future, the Campus Canopy will have long since crumbled into obscurity. The paper tries not to perserve the past but to faithfully report the present. . -2'-:.+.:'i1 . -- 1E?'af5wP'-'Is:'1 SEATED Cherri Aclirns Bill Gibbs Wayne Stephens Bessie Thompson, lVlr Evans, David Stroupe. Warren McKinney STANDING: Jim Wilktr Ralph Harnnion K :thy Worthington Lis: Looper Barbara Williams. Sue Stroupe. Johnny Martin, Joe Richardson, Vickie Brown. '-Sf 'QM 5' ,f""'3 ,f""" Y , exwi is ,?".f--Y.. , ',"" X ,' 4 . ,,.,f-e 4 I A, I 5 2 xf e 5 Q Left to rlght:Dav1d Stroupe, Mr, Evans, Wayne Stephens, Bull Crubbs 79 X X iw. edt f A .ff Alpha Phi Omega Service Ambassadors for Campus and Com- munity As a service fraternity, the members of Alpha Phi Omega were active throughout the year involv- ing themselves in worthwhile undertakings. Fresh- man Orientation was facilitated by the helping hands of the APO's and once this precedent was made, the remainder of the year saw the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity grow as Valdosta State College grew. s 's APO SPONSORS: FIRST ROW: Grondohl, Pat Rowe: SECOND ROW Barbara Roysden, Barbara Kisher. Linda Irby. in ,:,?'7!'+ - X 3 jr. .fn ,An 1, ' " is -4 f . C- '7- ' ,K ,....., 1 ." ' 'Lew 7 -t 1 xii! 1, " '42 'C , .-5 APO OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Ti,-cl Linrlsov, Judy Gioniilahl, Benny Kentg BACK ROW: Ray Ingram, Mike Edwards, Bill Kell, Ernie Sledge, lnliiifhiilurk Iiirki Minh V .wi ,, f' il, 3. ,fo Wh 5 fxn t 1 , 'V N 4 .1 w' 1 , Q , t x,- ' ' 4 g ', J 'X ' E Q 1 AA J r Ze:-gyp-v x., - ggi- r 'wus' - - ,f -' 5 1,35 ,L-.,rxf - -N I V .g,.:. ' ..', . - V, e. . r -- 'r ' v.,. , ,, Y'- .- APO MEMBERSHIP: FIRST ROW: Paul Duarnbra, John Cook, Ernue Sledge. Judy Grondahl, Davud Stola, Ted Lundsey, Pat Heckerg SEC- OND ROW: Ken James. Ken Norton, Dlckue March. Bull Kell, Benny Kent. Ronnue Logan, Charles Joyner. Doug Johnson Ray lrrgirarn. THIRD ROWg John Shattuck, John Bnshoo, James Hatter, Bob Douglas, Make Edwards, Clunt Bell, Pete Deambroser Alpha Chi Rewards Scholastic Excellence Alpha Chi National Honor Society was installed on the campus of Valdosta State College in May of 1958. Juniors and seniors who rank in the top ten per cent of their class are eligible for active Junior and Senior membership. A student whose average for the final three years of college work ranks in the upper tenth ot his or her class is eligible for Graduate Membership. All active and graduate members automatically become Alumni members upon graduation. 3 KI 483 1 FRONT ROW Carolyn Ritchie Simmie Baker Mrs Pat Tudor Ka DeLo1 h. Gl G y c oria attis, Nancy Homes, SECOND ROW: Janie Baldree. Rower Rampley Vernon Dixon Peter Schinkel Charles Simpson Shirley Stump. :':'i1R7EWWIiTf'2GmVHFiWHi mm V 7 ' ' 'I' -VY' l" i . 'IW '.f JUNIOR MEMBERS FRONT ROW: Pally Moore, Mary Joyce Eanes, Kay Davis, Janie Baldree, Suzanne Scniefelblen, Sandra Walker, Dianne Sadler, Sandra Beatty, Camille Walker, Carol Dial. SECOND ROW: Louanne Waters. Ira Chambless, Ronny Gilliard, Ervin Wood, Clint Hilburn. James Watson, Randy Smith, Richard Niiem, Patty White. 83 99 FRONT ROW, I to r Polly lVloore, Nancy Holmes, Patty White, Susan Hancock, Joannie Cavan, Mary Joyce Eanes, Lou Anne Waters. Kay Davis, Judy Price MIDDLE ROW: Dianne Sadler, Jayne Spell, Suzanne Schiefelbien, Sandra Walker BACK ROW: Sandra Coley. Ginger Paulk, Donna Prescott, Vernon Dixon, Glenn Register, Dr, Lamar Pearson-advisor. Ronnie Gilliard, Charles Simpson. lra Chambless. Judy Schramm, Analise Green, Connie Spreadly Sigma Alpha Chi Promotes Scholarship Sigma Alpha Chi is a scholastic honor society that opens its membership to all students having earned a minimum of thirty quarter hours with an average of 3.3 quality points. Each year the society holds a campus election in which the outstanding man and woman student from the Junior and Sen- ior College are selected. These four students as well as other students that have exemplified the ideals of scholarship and academic attainment are recognized during the annual Honors Day program. 84 Religious Council Promotes Fellowship The Student Religious Council is composed of representatives of most of the religious denomina- tions represented on the campus, Its purpose is to provide the spiritual enlughtment and activity con- sidered so vitally important to the vvellerounded college student. The group sponsors one of the campus-wide Convocatuons for the student body each year. if , 13, St FIRST ROW: Lyndal Colson. Mary Beth Moore, Vernon Dixon, Mary Joyce Eanes, SECOND ROW: O C Dem Rlcharl R t rs Fm rl 1 Roysden, John Romlne and Don Prueur, Wesley Foundation Promotes Christianity The United Methodist Church ministers to the VSC campus through the Wesley Foundation and its director, O. Ci Dean, Jr. It provides a center for programs and social activities and seeks to chal- lenge the student to think seriously and critically about his faith. Worship, recreation, discussion, study, drama. and service projects are all included in a student planned program. OC. DEAN, JR, DIRECTOR ,,,,f-,-.-5 X .fi ffvwg-T 'HJ '1 X, liz lp'-IJJJFX i 4 I gl . ta, :::t- L. V 4, x Q' r f' Q A if V AW':,pl .b'1 'Q I , . U . . y - ,S .y h,,,?,.'4,g-in V I ti I l ,- I l gh Q .94 'FKQA I I -MV. Q-Env' - ,-, WW SW' pf" lr' XNQQ' , xi, ff' . I IJ ' al - Q4 Em, N. 'dlfrq - .4 I .li l mf - . g U was .. I I! . W l 4 If I 5 y Z U K uma I 1 'Vlt . V .jd BSU, Left to right: FRONT ROW: Dyrall Wiggers-Student Manager, Kitty Rider, Nlontire Bonner, Lyndal Colson-Presickne. Sandra Walker, Joni Nlattley, BACK ROW: Angela Ragar, Brenda Fisher, Ann Bullard, Al Davis, Susan Belch, Patti White, Linda Hewitt. Baptist Student Union Aids Christian Students .-t The Baptist Student Union attempts to relate the Baptist students to the local churches of the corn- munity. Oftering facilities for recreation, vvorsnip, and study, the BSU relates Christianity to the con- temporary college situation in an applicable man- ner. Every student is welcome to snare in the use of the Center and to participate in all activities. Canterbury Club Serves Episcopal Students The Canterbury Club brings together students of the Episcopal faith in a campus atmosphere of open discussion and exchange of thought. Regular meetings are held, offering a variety of programs in which participants are students. faculty and residents oftheCity. kv i L 1 If FROM LEFT: Jim l-ligginbotham, Mary Beth Moore, Virginia Wells, Reverend Henry I. Louttit. Jr.. Gnann Alverez. Harvey Ray. Eugene Cochran, Vance Harper Jones and Jack Turner Newman Club Fosters Catholic Unity FRONTVROW, l to r Kathy Hard, Pat O'Hara, Steve Seyfried, Vernon Dixon, James Halter. Mary Joyce lanes BACK ROW, John Cook, Bill Zimmerman, Roxanne Monroe, Lorraine Monroe. Niles Nagel, Tlizabeth Thompson, Carolyn Newsome A club of Catholic culture and fellowship. the Newman Club fosters the spiritual, intellec- tual and social interest of the Catholic students of VSC. The club strives to promote both Cath- olic action and inter- action with other cam- pus religious groups. Membership is open to all Catholic students on campus. 5? FROM TOP: Davld Babcock, Steve Spurlock, Patsy Johnson, Duane lvloony. Cathy Tlllman, Joel Rlchard- son. Karen Eager, Eddie Hanahan, Gerald Mothershead, Don Prleur, Jlm Walker, Nancy Nutt, Dottie Puttman, Carol Fogle X , 34 3 st t XX A dl B' v v 'J 1 K , v ' X .- 1' r I . ' S N 'x ' if X , J, ' -. F' 4 N . my as Westminster Fellowship Serves Nlethodist Students Westmlnster Fellowship IS a Presbyterian college group whuch endeavors to brrng together students ot sumllar rellgnous backgrounds un an atmosphere of open dlscussuon and thought. The group meets weekly and offers varled programs Ill vvhlch stue dents, faculty, and townspeople take part. Glee Club Presents Special Music Programs he-F'lOor'i All VSC students in- terested in singing are eligible for participa- tion in the Glee Club, During the year, the Glee Club presents a Christmas program, a Spring Concert and sev- eral other shows. Also. there is a spring tour of South Georgia and North Florida, -I. FIRST ROW: Webster Teague, Angela Ragan, Dale Tillman, Lynn Moran Cowart, Kathleen Thomp- son, Carol Cooper, Gail Godwin, Carol Fogle, Angela Copeland, Charlotte Cunningham, Susan Han- cock, Chlo Nichols, Shirley Brown, Jeanne Priest, Susan Nagle, Brigitta Olsson, Patricia Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Linda lrb , Sarah Diamond, Lynda Shepherd, Sammie Baker, Sue Whiley, Mary De- Y Vane, Laura Hodges. Valerie Chapman, Aurelia Register, Miriam Geiger, Julie Brooks, Linda Hornsby, D Pttman, THIRD ROW: Phoebe Jackie Williams, Gail Culpepper, Linda Bruce,Connie Morris, ottie i Maxwell, Lee Thigpen. Russell Warmack, Leon Cardwell, Billy Floyd, William Moats, Mike Holden, Reggie Driggers, Doug Johnson, Craig Jones, Jett Underwood, Johnny Golden, John Bishop, Barbara Burnett and Jan Roper. Serenaders Prove to be Campus Favorites The Serenaders is a select group of young men and women who have been chosen be- cause of their excep- tional musical abilities. In addition to being cam- pus favorites, the group is popular at civic clubs, high schools, and at var- ious other local events. i I 5 L.-Q FIRST ROW: Dale Tillman, Brigitta Olsson, Susan Nagle, Julie Brooks, Chlo Nichols, Shirley Brown. Jeanne Priest, Lynn Moran Cowart, SECOND ROW: Lavan Robinson, Mike Holden, Mark Camp, Billy Floyd, Sammie Baker, Mrs, Lavan Robinson, Angela Copeland, Keith Kyser, Reggie Driggers, Leon Cardwell and John Brshop 90 Order of Diana Promotes TKE Traditions Tau Kappa Epsilon's Order of Diana was or- ganized in 1964 and be- came a recognized cam- pus organization in 1966. The Order is com- posed of wives and sisters of TKE brothers. past sweethearts and sponsors of the chapter, and other young women who have a definite in- terest in the welfare of the local chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Education Cl FIRST ROW: Johnsie Green, Janice Ragan, June Allen, Camille Walker, SECOND ROW: Suzanne Schiefelbein, Rosemary Stapleton, Ann Bullard, Janice Wiley, Syble Snelling, Shirley Robinette and Sharon Davis. ub Advances School Development All elementary and secondary education majors and also all stu- dents interested in work- ing for the education and well-being of children are eligible for member- A ship in the Education Club. Monthly programs are centered around de- sirable educational pro- grams and the raising of standards of the pro- fessional training for teachers and leaders in these fields. Annually the club undertakes a project which furthers the edu- cation and welfare of children. Also, the club sponsors FTA Day in the spring quarter, which 1' many high school seniors from neighboring coun- ties attend. as f FIRST ROW: Eleanor Morrison, Kay Lane, Marsha Sellers. Jo Ann Cason, Dr. Lucille Pollard, Bill Cribbs. Sandra Beaty, Laura Arnold, Beverly Halle, SECOND ROW: Jan Johnson, Susan Shenton. Claudia Henderson, Mary Lee Chandler, Beverly Gore, Gene Sellers, Patti White, Dianne Sadler. Theresa Janis, Jim Walker, Brenda Hall, Betty Jane Gray and Floyd Tyson. 91 !?'f'? I FROM LEFT: Roxanne Monroe, Durrett Bradford, Shirley Franks, President Sherry Gibbs, Dr. Jose Fernandez, Betsy Thrash, Sandra Walker, Noel Reimers, Carol Brandon and Virginia Anderson. Spanish Club Promotes Better Understanding EL CIRCULO PANAIVIERICANO This organization was formed to promote a better understanding and appreciation of Spanish speaking countries and their people, for the development of friendly relations. Physics Club Advances Work in the Sciences Open to all VSC students interested in the sci- ences, this Club was organized to allow oppor- tunities for students to present programs before groups, provide authorities to speak on current views and changes in the world of science and offer a so- cial outlet for persons with a mutual interest in the sciences. J W-N s - -xxx : , L LEFT ROW: front to back: Richard Baker, Harry McEvers, William Moats. Helen Weeks, President Roger Whitfield, SECOND ROW Joe Smith, Edward Van Peenan, Il. Clarence Gosier, I. Rhys Jones, Pierce! Blitch, THIRD ROW: Dr. Raymond Hunter, Michael Redmon, Barbara Roysden, Dr. J-J. H. Berliin, Ronnie Williams, FOURTH ROW: Dr. Harry Duvall, Lillian Roberts. Fred Jones, Jim Raines, FIFTH ROW Carolyn Ritchie, Connie Ritchie and Tom McCarthy, ,..-,,- ., -.1-,,, hs., ,ex Vg..-.-p v ",..u- f"'X4 "' F- ns1'- ' ' , 1 ,uf jgg- J. -L ., ,.f- fl ' ,-3' -- 1' fl" A-'12 : -JF A .V, , xv qxfy, if ,- '-un. -n.' . V hx? ,Se P- A A ' ' ",'.-- f'1.fN-sy ' g H 91,97 , , .. .- ' .. : ' r"-,"- sn - li? Sociology Club Advances Social Work Formed in 1961, the Sociology Club strives through field trips to better understand the principles, problems and fields of opportunities through sociology and social work. Their contact with these area at the Lowndes County-Troupville prison and nearby welfare homes provide club mem- bers with valuable experience. L 55'-we FIRST ROW: Sandi Kilhorg, Vickie Brown, Ruth Braselton. SECOND ROW: Linda Rollin, Margaret Carr, Jackie Bierman. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Cook, Warren lVlcKinnoy FOURTH ROW: Gary Cook: GREEKS my 1 1 U 2 40 -in E B "E','Q15 3 4,315.9 0 ciijg, 1 I -gig sqrgfg' 1 Qs :Eva Q ,Q-'H 0 an '5 ",r'xx..- K1' 1 sq 9' 9- ' "" if 0 ,Q1g.f . ' , , V -' ,- Ai fA-' X ' -1. 1 ' 7 tfl-' -. ' 1 - ' S ' , ' .Lk Ol fv , X I mu 3,14 mg' - . ,,L, ,i .. QL- A r ." ,X ' X ., -- 1 N 1 , X 1 51 " r. . ' 'N Y ..j ' 0" ,.f" , , V mga .05 "ui ks. .' W: , 1, I 1 E X 'E J " IH",2" "" " " "H" I f l Q2 f L , V '1,,.::,:T- . I4 f "A' ' --V' " bi?--WW v "VV xii Q N, V, i i t w Mv'j2,g'jg3 'V "A" ' 5-A 'f'! "'-',gg,,E: lg N' 'X 'J' Q' 1 , W IW!-, ,JL ' 'ffm ., . 'A . V , ' . 5 'Q' ' '," --. X ' tf.v'ff."v v 4 " f 2 .--Y'--.Q1 A " .J Q - , ,Q 1 i 2' 'I f , V '--.- ' 1 , 'v -g I.f,45' Q: W 1 V S . 4 O W l 1 In :I-01, ' L W 4. ,,..,-. , nm J ,... . ,. W S. 4 -v-.lf 9, 'H . fr: '-,".-.-',-". ir rn 'gin 'X I 1 " 7 5 Q Vi I 5 l S , - i,.j,,i' 4, ,I 'idk Q ' 1 I -. . .I ,J i- -' -1 Dy .1. ' M513 .- ' ' .3 Jvwtf, , EWR . r xx 45' f. A W .HR FRONT ROW, From Left Maureen Gillespie, Alpha Delta Pig Jackie Bierman. Alpha Delta Pig SECOND ROW: Martha Pittman. Kappa Delta. Jayne Spell. Alpha Delta Pig Jackie Williams, Phi Mug Shirley Phillips, Phi Mug THIRD ROW: Sue Davis, Alpha Xi Delta: Cindy Black. Kappa Delta1 Beth Taylor, Kappa Deltag Julie Johnson. Phi Mu: and Diane Wilder. Alpha Xi Delta. . is Z 8 . . - If h .2 . 5 A. as i I We I ,LH 7 5-5 '53 ' Q 1 -ca f X f 1 .1 I v g . s. 31' b ,1A, Y 4 I 7' bf, rfr' 1, xi. 5 S7 16. ' ,i l --if 5 . ef- ,I ,lf If-vi Ii . .eu A., ky .. 'rg Tv, ffgg L . I ,za'. ' ' !' i T ' ini' ' I T 'i -2' 'Y' 3. ' . .. ,W 'r I rt NW! . II T X A PANHELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS, From Left. Maureen Gillespie, treasurer, Beth Taylor, president, Shirley Phillips. secretaryl Diane Wilder, vine presirlerit. and Dean Roberta Jones PANHELLENIC COUNCIL Beth Taylor President of Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council was established to maintain democratic relations between all sororities on the Valdosta State College campus. The council is composed of members of each of the four national sororities at VSC. its objectives being to maintain sorority life on a high plane, promote scholarship. further high social standards, act as a forum for the discussion of questions of interest in the College and sororities. and establish rules governing rushing, pledging and initiation. The members are Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta and Phi Mu. Through cooperative understanding and interest, Panhellenic seeks to provide means for serving to better the Greek system and the College. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Jeff Hiers Heads IFC For 1968 School Year The lnterfraternity Council was established in 1958 to provide a more democratic, efficient and understanding governing body to represent, lead and unify all fraternities on the Valdosta State Col- lege campus. The Council is composed of members of each of the four national fraternities at VSC. seek- ing always to act in the best interest of fraternity life. They are Delta Chi, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Phi Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon. The office of presi- dent rotates among these fraternities each year. TNS governing DOGS' WOVKS With the Celleee in Seek- INTERFRATERNITY couNciL orricsns, From Left: Eddy Hamiy, mg to better present the true meaning Of the Greek publlcityg Lyn Nlclntosh, secretaryg Jeff Hiers, president: and organizations and the full development of the over- all program of the institution. Jeff Mays. treasurer. i l 'i t rev FRONT ROW: Don Reames. Sigma Phi Epsilon: Lyn lvlclntosh. Sigma Phi Epsilon: lVlike Norman, Delta Chig Eddie Hanly, Delta Chi, Jeff Hiers, Pi Kappa Phi: SECOND ROW: Fred Godwin, Pi Kappa Phi: Ronny Gilliard. Delta Chi: Dick Reynolds. Sigma Phi Epsilong Richard Niiem. Pi Kappa Phi: and Jeff Mays. Tau Kappa Epsilon E L E MDA Wll,,lDMS DIANE MAY SUSAN HANLOCV Alpha Delta Pi lm 1953, Slgrha fllllwt: Omega was founded OD the Valdosta State Collette VQIVTWDUS. Ih 1958, this group was lhstalled as the Delta Theta Chapter of Alpha Delta Chu Sorority, orle of the furst national sororitles on the Campus. lhe susters of Alpha Delta Pl are recoghnzed for theur great capacity for fun and gaiety and hlgh standards of scholarship. The group takes all actnve part an all areas of campus life, through thus andmg each member :rm the pleasures of ermjoymg a rnch, vvellerounded college lite. 4 f x ' . - si 5 fu EAN BL AO-LEASE JITJNNIE ,MAN NE NEWBUIH 515 3 sq 2 4- - ii 4? '23 X 3 .g.Y Wifi EJQEAE-1 L-XNUG N NANCY YLJFNEH ALJIE KE'JNlNG'f'!w r"4ltHllfINlNSON WA YNOMLHZ F L '5-'Kr-"'1'-t"' f ft' lv ls W -H. tg.. 3.:ngwwrrw1iCxfv.'nv Al I ll 'll 1' - sa . P lil - L t 54 1, 4 . , '14, u lxr Jann-fan 'Z' I9 Na fd- x, 1? ' 'rf .r l All JH ' Ualbustln ESI-atc 1- -1 N K ENOC L G . -. 4 A -an -0 "' t . - ' -2 Ll, , 1 . 7 xx t , - , A 'X D X I v wiwitl E E' ELI www '.r4lN1,lLrz ll L F t- l K - '- -H .1 .1, lu. r' 4, f JEAN ANOERSLW BEYERLV CLANTON Ni' fs mm- Low smvaw ,mum ,two Nom: :REE uwtm mmm num eanscuou SANDRA C0lEv X JAN JAMES . ALFA BROWN 2- 'P .' , l'l.xNNE. YLJLGNAM hr--ur I 3 ,V -.. ,J -4 .1 ' .wa , D QR 'WSE 39" .O'i ,b wi .-. I ..u.gd i AAU 3539 AXA X . I1 f 5- A, J , sy' , N 'N ,.- l....,--,,. Y, V Rig f M11 M f nun E muouswrv W lJknATH1Q" ' Q ,,-1 .. 'S . Q , f 1 1 ' I . I GAYLE IIERRIYY CAROL E DIAL NANCY A BARROW SUZANNi SCNlEFELBElN DONNA GLEATDN CATMUJINL A PIU TON VA' L tltfxrfeowuuow , Lvkl I N nw .If url-nal,-Nu sur-tu., .lu u vnsluuv ummm- iganzesumn, -Q urn- uuuuvf-1 I-A lpha Xi 'Dcltln P 'I ffmvvfll A I 1 , , A SAIL P RAISEY ANN ELKIN5 BETTY J RENTZ A U T DIANE C SYEWART DEBORAH C JOHNSON SUSAN N HE L U' i, lg , , BWENDA E FISHER LINDA 0 OOUWIN KAW DEAN WCKERS MARILYN U BACK I 7 , , Ualdostn State Qollcge I 2 A ,Lf A471 'T' 'J' L 806542 UMAFID if VIRGINIA G KOOK MARVANN BFIOOME CAPOLYN v ELANCSON .,', F A ll Q AF 45 JL SHARON D MVIS JDURREYY BRADFORD SUSANA MCLAUGMLIN SUE DAVIS DOROTNYE PITTMAN SHIRLEVAROBINETY YONI E BELLEW 7 DIANE WILDER SIS WAYSON ROBURYA MCCDLSKEV DQBOFAN J WR C UARCII- l. FAN IIELODV L LIVENGOOU 4" 'Q so -' lil J. l, , ff Q' D , ,R ' If , 5' , L W A A LAURA ARNOLD CLAUDIA A BARNEY? J L H A GENYF4 SYLWA A GRESNAM DONN-'LM LAlli9 U E P fi CLAIPE COLEMAN GEVf?bANPJ- L UULGUN Alpha Xi Delta In 1957, Delta Xl local sororlty was organlzed at Valdosta State College. The follovvlng year, the group was installed as Gamma Xl Chapter of Alpha Xl Delta national soronty. Slnce that tame, members have stood for development of character. scholar- ship, interest In campus aftalrs and a wholesome social life. The Chapter Contlnually grows stronger through Its actlvltles of Interest to the whole stu- dent body, as well as Its ovvn members ln addltlon. the slsters are active supporters of worthy clvlc. communlty and national causes. Q ' 41 - s f sa ' . Amin ' cuts wwe, A anew.-. 'mmm-ima A smovrsrsvmm A aoesau mms ' 'simon sum- A swuis mauvgm v U 1 f DONNA DUUN E CINDY BLACK WEBA BAKER KZROL IKC KEMEV MARTHA JQNHN ebrsv QUNN a a aelba -TE Q f PP I A K.. y '60 .r9L63!13.1w- iuui E4RCOrS ir k l-:NICE CHAPPELL A 'JlCKl GLUAPQ l I, I g 8 l ELCQNUP H TLYON gut' W? 5 ' Ualdostu Stats: Qollcgc , i ES txvcurs srimow cutefevfa csceun crmuotsw men satis f.1nfii,ni am-itvt utr tu Jo enum ' mg gain-i f ' Mimcin C086 Y ' S ff f 1- V' 'Q ir K C ,M , is K ' . T Y .u in A. 5 um - Amin E EN 5 LL Kappa Delta In 1958, Gamma Mu Chapter of Kappa Delta National Sorority vvas installed at Valdosta State College, an outgrowth of Zeta Chi local sorority founded shortly before. From its beginning, Kappa Delta's role at VSC has been to encourage friend- ship, scholarship and social activities. The sisters continually hold roles of leadership in College ac- tivities, and in these positions seek to exemplify the finest characteristics of fair play and genuine friendship. These efforts have done much for cre- ating a better atmosphere for their members and fellow-students. 102 f L H 3 4' Q BEYN muon MARSNA BRN1WLLx Qufwm NQMPSQN Mmm Mraifv 4 ' F' 'V' 3 , - f - v v-J . , 4- . , 5 f 1 W ,. ' . BARBARA COLLIER MARIKAY K CARYV MARW B08 M LWNAUGNNAY KVNNR LMKVPQ K IZ ,1 W v-uwnn ANN FXYTME ROSAEWCNIN susmw.-W himzv 9 '-1l'u2 7705 'Q' 1 4 SALLY GALLAHIW A SLSAN STUDEBAVEFJ X OORUYHV YRAVV3 og, ,, A x S V! , w SARA YILLNAN JUNE MC CLMUVLE MARY P01 THRE93 ,g . D ...A -Q ' ' Y X, K.: A asm Jann-.wolucunu ' urn c,:.veLs Mum up-,xv 17- C' . if " x 'fn 3 3 w G' N. L lf A Y JZ 'A 1 , U J Q' JANVE JR." Ml'-'FYHA FIANE A FFYEEMAFH LINPLXIJEW L f. , Z , . ,l ,A ,K 4. 0,: A Y, 2 X ,hr ,W f ' ,5 1, 5. 1 f. 1 53 'I Q. 1. ! X -3-T 4--1 if 5 2 ff 5' W 4' -sf fg 2 ,sw fi , M v K M E2 9 ay 'I ak , Q . ,:., R , -'lf 'K .n E vw .Q ,A , 1 I x N AFV, . X MyK4ww1 , A ,xx R J ,fu 'Slim 'I04 Y. , .,,..'.,.,-.,.,. .,,.-i.M " ---"",,., ...M-m: ,N ', -W --,qw -...4:., ,---- -..,-., ,. - -1. v-fi'--if , ,Jag N 15.41191 ,,. .M .,..,,.... ,.,, -I--H 1 V F Y -' Jzlml . 'I . 4 N ' W 4 fbi 2-rw J W ,.,.,.,...,..,----T' Ax 1, 3,63-',,Sf an k xgw.:-,g 1 . 0- v x:,lx x-5. ,.-.- -- - bl ab? rw L' :'1-.f'-rv-:-'i7Fi'11frv:uu'L."L:.t"i3t'iFl2' I . :mm u l l i Q 0 0,10 LJ ,,.. R . i l 'gn 1.0 ' Q 1 1 1 , 4 l J j X I -. X 4 0 X V l S lx . l ' l CJ, 5 3 1 I Phi IVlu ln 1965, the Kappa Beta Chapter of Phi lvlu Na- tional Sorority was installed at Valdosta State College, raising to four the number of such fine national organizations for vvomen on the campus. From its founding at Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, more than a century ago, Phi Mu has sought to offer members an enriched college life with congenial friends of similar interests and ideals. The sisters strive to exemplify the impore tance of high standards of conduct and scholar- ship, social training, fun, fellowship and lasting friendships. 4 Dgaf 1 X N . . l rail' .- In .47 t , C X CC l l . l i LZC? . ,l CCW, CC Ll C C i lC C N I l 1 PATSY PiNRY SJZAWJE BALL JUDY LAWSON JUUE LESTER AVE LlNDfR ANN .NT ANNE K CHEWVL 41ENN SJSAN FULFOQD MARTHA SYEEILE N, NE 7 V .V Q.: ,...,, A 11 ll' T11 1 - .a N ' ' lex, , - C, , iz C. , , "' - 1-. 5 ? ""' i S A the L Y E i , I S i yi' ... A l 1 li' ' A ' I . 4' 'may l tw- 1 CCCCClCCCC CCC sssssss l C Cl C CCC l "'v"U l -vga C K CARWOLL WILLIAMS SHNLEY GEIGER OOTTIE STUBK FRANCES ELLJS I P U AN YAWK MAR! EANES SANDRA CAlN LOLJVSL MOQFE ,, C Y I -.-AX, x I ,J C g ,Y X Z! W KY' 'TY' 7 Wm I YAY Y' Y' :'I1M x:i ?i3"""57! " i 1 A ff i W r i , i ' "U " ' ' . - . . , C i A El os -a 'ci 1 C ' A U ld F Sl t ' ' ' 'T I. i ' r ' l s - 1 , i + i 1 I l i - i C v i Lnuc L N5 1 i ' i . ix WCCCCC, CC Ci CC C CCCC l C C C Cl C i NUANNE JCMNSDN CYNTHIA UW PHIBE MAXWELL NANCY BEANE ELLEN CAMPBELL SNWLEY PHKLUPS JEANNIE S5NS SHAFON UNCULN CHANNE PCVLLEUAN 'GANC' W'L3'JN W 1- -W, fa ffff - - --V --7 - W V- V g H H f . . V 1 ' ' x - A , l ' i ' i . " i 3 2 C: Y P 4- : S' 5 i C., l L" I a I -5 - Q -5 , C C l C7 :Q X .lj i ? Av W - 4 -7 i Y-.Q NI l l 7 ' - 1 Y ' i - l i i ' I CCCiCC CCC. CCC i C Cl C C C CC i . i I SEYSY YHHASH BRENDA YICXEFS GNL CULPEPPER ANN ASKEW BETS EVANS LAUREL NESUTT ATHF N D N YEFESA BAFHEVT JADUE NILLSAMS WEGWA 3 E W f t "? 'i V i V Y V V H if in Y Y I ' I C A N.f,q-15155 L r, g c . , ' ,.: l " L - l .Q P 2- l r 5 5 1 Q .6 ' - ' Q . ' . C ' A A , 7 . l '. f 1, -gi ' 1 1:3 1. v 4: C' , C , u x , wr. 'N A 5 C , l ' ' l i . ' C C C C C CC W tit SHARON FULFORO KAY BRYANT NANCV V175 ENN EW WIL AMS SUSAN WlLEV WEBECC S N fl 4E M0 UYIAK "3NNL V7 .Il 1 '-'J' J. F l05 sk, 'xr' , -,iv 1- -f 'x X 'Z E, M . 31 li i V iv I t H' fn 3, ', .f-'VA' .learn -'N ' ' I ,.-55'-" " ui. -ai. "J 1 feawlj S rin , ye. K - Q-ur 1 ij f .L 1113 ! P Pi Kappa Phi In 1951, Filli Fortunae Fraternity was organized at Valdosta State College. January 171959, this group affiliated with Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity as Beta Tau Chapter. Since that time, Pi Kappa Phi brothers have attempted to distinguish themselves in all areas of campus lite, the aim ofthe national organization since its founding. Brothers seek through College and community participation to demonstrate qualities of good citizenship. The Chapter sponsors such annual campus-wide acti- vities as the "Miss VSC Contest" and selection of the "lVlost Valuable Player" awards recipients in basketball and baseball. l 4 JONN QOSEWY C PULLOCK RlO1APO J Nl-JEM FRED E GODWIN DAVID N RATCLIFFE EDMN A CAHUSI JR JAMES L BLANTON JERRY W BISNOP .infwm v-Lui,-un xl-cniiiiwi Maru ,fin-i..m. f,..v,Aiv. V-Y - . --W Y, , ,T..,-. ,, , , H, 3i Qfiappa Phi i l l K io as i , , l , J l JEFF wires an witrowu zooms H suileoes 1 J Q w . , , C51 U uldosta State Gollcgc ui l QGBUTT 'C GPlF'lN .51 JAMES C OOOV JW F9fD4llQl U HARPCW DONALD S CAFSWELL I JAMES O V015-K CAPOL E MCIUNLE1 v . SCHANVON VSWNSDN Jil CENMS "' HCS' 1-2 5 GARY M COLEMAN ie' I .N if lx ' " ,. - 3 VOM 510056 '3- Fi'flNAL U ff G P059 t K BM 9 CpAQEN'F3f1.:,i v".:.,,r--'3a'. , fgii.-.awp ,auizi ,1-V' 'vim vm F. .,.,5 Ae 107 l l v51:v:.'. WILLIAM H ARNULU ALVlN S. SZOKE TVHUS A BQHLER 5.-.Mg L winrv J 7: . .4 DALLAS. F SCCGGINS ll EFNEST L HORN ERNESY A WARD 9 "' 'X ' :MFE I ,xr . fix, an -5- V Y .2 .4 , Q i Sigma lllti llipsilun 1-Q. E -sjsgsr I9 fig B . . . A M Emmtf ii. it Unlooitcl Stale Qfollcgc :NLD L wk-N, ZH .r-ME'r- -miwt. U L r as fr A-I wwf ' , -5 ,' Y' - ,4 'i if r lx, , , L L.. - -. Lt,-of Wil UJCiE1fC4JNNEl.L FLEA A BAFLH GAFM M BASS .44 .1 i 5 5'7" 'twfttf Juwwiil L ' L EE 'fCEE0'4'l.TYLEF' 9UillP'SQNl53'f.F l RD Sigma Phi Epsilon 1 In 1955, a colony ot Sigma Epsilon was formed 4 on the Valdosta State College campus. Five years S later it became the Georgia Gamma Chapter of Sig- ma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. From the outset, Sigma if Phi Epsilon brothers at Valdosta State have vvorkecl N! to create and encourage the perpetuation ot friend- ship among men, and have held important posi- tions in the campus community. They have sought through example and leadership to develop. strengthen and maintain high moral principles. so vital to future happiness and success of all in- clivicluals. nv 2 "al .e x ul. " . v' -0. is in .-,, Q -. . 1 ,N .. H ' .x' . 5 ..- 1 KN A v,"v. Q-v WWI. f if an r 1 mfr' ..,, '11 Jgfzift f A y . ii Ar Hua. V ,-,qi - ia. v mm' lfiz- 'KL' ' .5 rt: aj, -o - 1 ""' A ,.,- ,,.. w a , . Y. i- '- 1 ' Y i-far, if JN- 3 fQN?Ei'5ALVL -Q . 3 Day in N pg ,ANt L r UAULSEN ANT'vONv I HEPRIN E Sk kr 'D' 'Q ' i' .5 , -if - ,4- G j XDSEFNPXVKS WlLLlAHLEqWlN WflNA,3sDA'4'llS WlLli E R ,. .,Li .- ,... fi 1 A JF 0 . Gan Kappa Lpsnlon i,4.- 4 xv4 X '-S .4 -2 Q E C2 O ES JOHN W NE , 2 1 si N iq-d t . E L wirigigimsgvuoua Joggpilijasgz rp 0 . 'Iw- 'A 9? ,- ,, . , -., l I A l 54l,N5Hl'JL MCICHL QLEI H STFMEUE 4 K -997 LUNG 5tANDOl.9" be f s J 5', my I f. , ,ijt ' - rs M i it vi U ia i at i ' 'ss 4 . L - 1 if l U IJ 5 U - ' U ' L , 0 L W u V , g , I, X .v 3 P if n 4 Q- D L A ' ill Q lik .I LREGORI E NUN D JIMMI L WOMQCV WALTER W CLAPY GARY O BRECVENWIDGE RANDY L S M.. l A , ,. .. ' ' v 59 V, "' Q , :- Q , V . - K' V' ' ff, fx. g W - . CII g . Y H. it Q RUNBLDF NEAL A OEEWT H WOLFORD OMAE E MCV El JOHNSlE GWEEN A GLEN b BROWN VAUL W LFIBBS STAN HAH 5 . V 1 . ? Q 1,4 3 s.. it , K , - - .2 y -1' X . As.. ' i ' A 5 A .4 3 ,ff : ' i -A 1 W 'I E ft! Q ll I '- I NARUM WHIDB VUCNAPUG BIXRCN JAMES 5 BOLDND A JOHN HARRELL MICHAEL J GAFVEQ ICHARD B MAE DONALD F JIMMY L TOOLS F5757 W S Q . yell A ' l . ' 'A 'ffwl i X, 5. , a , A '-1 ' , fa :S a - 9 ' Q . .A ' -'B -- :Lr '1 ' ci an ' s, fgr . 'Q I I f ,ggi . K NIKPUIWD S WEESE V E E E A kANDLLP FIKRLE JONN P BULLARD E BEHYL NITSON JC!4N L NIEHS Tau Kappa Epsilon In 1959, Zeta Nu Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was established at Valdosta State Col- lege. Since that time. brothers have been selected on personal abilities, character and talents for leadership. The Fraternity maintains an outstand- ing record in both College and community relations. Their "Miss VSC Calendar Girl" selection is an an- nual event of much interest for VSC students. Such projects as administration of the national Presi- dent's Physical Fitness Examination to Valdosta Junior High pupils has brought the brothers closer to the City in which they live most of the year. llO -3.,,. W ., 1 il if gh l'4 "Xu: The ! "Wm K 16 l Delta Chi In 1967. a colony of Delta Chl was estahllshed at Valdosta State College. composed of eleven men IIVIUS, Il'l Brown Resldence Hall. all sharlng the same ldeals. pellets and NWTGFQSTS. GVOWIUQ ID num- her' and respect, the colony recelved nts charter May 5. 1968. ln a few months, the Valdosta Chapter of Delta Chl Natlonal Fraternlty had made nts pre- sence known Ill all areas of College actlvltles. STVGSSIHLQ the Importance of scholarshlp, athletlcs. soclal and extracurrlcular partlclpatlon, Delta Chl men seek to develop themselves unto well-rounded lnduvlduals. - all-' v ' -.1,-gy. Umm who ,...- .. ', .p,., NLF vp . Q wg ,f. ' ' Pl 'BEF-Y , UJGG 3 -is '- 6-ff E' ' .'-1 ' wi. 63 .-, ", 'J' klf . in ff K fix .1 tb. 5 X 1? Mr, . . if . "Em .- 1 vi. 53' u - 1' w ' ' . . i?2'g?c".Vl'f1 - Al sg- ..-fa 51 we :af-S jg, ,eww we + ,.wM',, ' K., ,f1f-,'l'- 5 E5 ' j' ' ,ff 'M 1 f.. -M, 5, Q ., " f :f '.4-v.f+z- 5.-, ,lf ' in 'fgfwflifzf 1 ' ff: , ., -ff if " ig., I: , j f JV I. 5' " Amr" NT' J' "' .Q. , 3.4 c , POUEWCK M WILCOK EDWARD B HANLY RONALD M 6lLLl-WD GLENN N SMLTM WlLLlAM E MOORE JONAYHAN . 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"""'ll"""""'1" -". r Q' y Q 'i 4 null-B.-La-nl -...1L....l gtlixl T919 l .Mi aa 3 33 Dx if"fa.n-QC. , FIRST ROW: Manager Glen Phelps, Mike Terry, Don Ward. Dale Croft. Robert Mclienney, Bryan Phillips, SECOND ROW: Coach Jim Melvin Grayson Hurley. Tommy Morrell, Paul O'Brien. John Trimnell. Jack Hart, Ron Fortner. Marty Lehmann, Bob Lamphier. Gwen- dell Mc Swain and Coach Gary Colson Rebels Win District 25 NAIA Championship The 1967-68 edition ofthe Valdosta State College Basketball Rebels won their second consecutive District 25 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championship, their third consecutive Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference cham- pionship and their seventh G.l.A.C. title in eight years. Consequently, the Rebs made their second cove- eted trip to Kansas City, Mo.. to compete for na- tional honors, Along the way, the "Fabulous Five Horsemen of the Hardwood" amassed a 23-10 won-loss record. The Rebel attack was paced by returning letter- man Bryan Phillips, of Marietta. who was named third team All-America in the NAIA for his per' formance at lorwardg Forward Mike Terry. ol Ham- mond, Indiana. who was named to the AllfG.l.A.C. team: Guard Ron Fortner, of Gary, lndiana. who also was named to the All4Gil.A.C. squad: and Guard Bob Lamphier. of Crown Point. Indiana. Sophomores Robert Mclienney, of Marietta. and John Trimnell, of Columbus, Indiana, also contri- buted much to the success ofthe Rebels. Leading scorers for the Rebs were Mike Terry with a season-high total 571 points, followed by Bryan Phillips with 470 and Ron Fortner with 401. At Kansas City in March. the Rebels, representing District 25 of the N.A.liA.. were defeated by Central State University of Ohio. 60-53, the eventual win- ner ofthe nationalsmallcollege championship. The Rebels lose four starters via graduation from the 1967-68 Rebel squad. ln conclusion, it was a fine year for the Rebels on the national scene and they were a source of much joy and pride to Rebel boosters. 'Bl NJ g I K . liz - uf ' if af M-uvuno..., ll. x"' X xxx .X ...U xx X. 'IV '4 ,UA f I 6 LEFT Coaches Jlm Melvm amd Gary Colson duscuss LI ABOVE' Rebel Co-Captains Bryan Phullups .3rwdlVllkf1 Terry AZALEA CITY INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT The Rebels finished third in a field of four in the Azalea City Invitational Basketball Tourna- ment. The Rebs lost the opening round of the tournament to the University of West Florida Argonauts, 76-75, and then rebounded the fol- lowing night to down the University of Chatta- nooga Moccasins, 80-68. Mike Terry was the leading scorer in the tournament for the Rebs with 16 and 28 points on consecutive nights. REBS WIN THIRD ANNUAL VALDOSTA INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT The Rebels chalked up consecutive victories over the Baptist College Bucs. of Charleston, S.C., and the Hanover Clnd.J College Panthers to win the Third Annual Valdosta Invitational Bas- ketball Tournament. On opening night, the Rebs were sparked by the outstanding defensive play under the boards and the rebounding of their 6-10 sophomore center Robert McKenney, who was voted the tour- ney's "Most Outstanding Player." McKenney hit 12 points and garnered 20 rebounds as the Rebs downed the Bucs, 76-58, to make the finals. The scoring punch for the Rebs on opening night was provided by Guards Bob Lamphier and Ron Fortner. Each scored 15 points. In the finals, Mike Terry provided the scoring spark as the Rebs defeated Hanover, 82-77, to win the tournament championship. Terry hit 28 points to take scoring honors for the night. EMORY AND HENRY Paced by the 26 points scoring performance of Bryan Phillips, the Rebels defeated Emory and Henry Wasps, of Emory, Va., 87-67. nn : 0'- N P 4 x Us 'Wai TOP LEFT: Dale Croft drlves nn for easy layup FAR LEFT: Mnke Terry battles four Berry players for rebound LEFT. Robert MC- Kenney grabs rebound agaunst Tampa Unrversuty TOR Concerned Rebel boosters examune Bob Lar'npnaer's spranned ankle NEAR LEFT: Jonn Trnmnell takes rebound from Tampa players ABGVE Rtaymaker Ron Fortner moves ball against Tampa opponent is 'X 91? ' bjtifx 1 J I! 9' TOP' Muke Terry sugns autographs for Rebel fans ABOVE: Robert lVlCKenney gets tup over Augusta opponent un Cnarnpuonsnup game RIGHT. Jonn Trurnnell gets rebound over Berry players, FAR RIGHT' Ron Fortner nuts layup against Jaguars i4', 1 2 Q 1 l 4.s,,-as VSC vs. LaGRANGE The Rebels had to stage a sec- ond-half rally to down stubborn LaGrange College, 66-56. lVIike Terry and Bryan Phillips provided the scoring punch for the Rebs with 22 and 20 points respectively. Robert lVlcKenney garnered 22 rebounds and played a fine defen- sive game, blocking 10 shots. lVlc- Kenney contributed 11 points to the Rebs' scoring parade. VSC vs. GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE The Rebs produced a balanced scoring attack as they downed con- ference opponent Georgia South- western College, 78-62. Four Rebs scored in double figures. Point men for VSC were Terry with 17, Fortner. 15, and reserves Dale Croft and Paul O'l3rien with 14 and 12 res- pectively. VSC vs. GEORGIA SOUTHERN A capacity crowd of more than 2,000 fans saw the Rebs avenge an earlier-season loss by downing the Georgia Southern Eagles, 68-48. Bob Lamphier, last-minute starter for the Rebs, provided the victory spark with 22 markers against the Eagles. VSC vs. AUGUSTA COLLEGE The Rebels defeated Augusta College, 84-56, in the second game of a best-two-out-of-three playoff series to determine the Dis- trict 25 champion of the N.A.l.A. Top scorer for the Rebs was Ron Fortner with 21 markers. Phillips scored 19, Terry added 14, and Lamphier connected for 11 clutch points. Earlier in the week, the Rebs had set the stage for the grand finale by taking a hard-fought 60-55 victory in the Jaguars' den in Augusta. VSC vs. WESTMAR UOWAJ COLLEGE In the opening round of the na- tional tournament in Kansas City, the Rebels downed the Westmar College Eagles, of Lelvlars, Iowa. 62-57. All-conference guard Ron Fortner was the high point man for the Rebs with 18 markers, 14 coming in the first half. Robert lVlcKenney added 16 markers for the Rebels. VSC vs. CENTRAL STATE UNIVERSITY, OF OHIO ln the second round of tourna- ment play, the Rebs took it on the chin, 60-53, from the Marauders, the eventual winners of the na- tional small college champion- ship. Against the Nlarauders. three Rebs tied for team scoring honors with 10 points each. They were Bryan Phillips, Mike Terry and Ron Fortner. l. Ch- ABOVE: President S. Walter Nlartln presents the Dustruct 25 N.A.l.A. plaque to Rebel CO'C3Dt3ll1S Bryan Phllllps and Mnke Terry. TOP RIGHT: Bryan Phllllps gets TID-ID agalnst Georgia Southern Eagles, RIGHT: Rebel team and boosters depart Valdosta Airport for trap to Kansas Clty and national cornpetutuon IIW the N,A,I.A. tournament. l22 -f--, 111- 1-------f-wwe'-f:1'1'1rx-"'T1I Ing Season's Record VSC 75 University of West Florida 80 University of Chattanooga 85 Armstrong College 92 Georgia State College 61 Pembroke tN.C,J College 78 Frederick Wal College 76 Baptist tS.C.l College 82 Hanover llnd.J College 87 Emory 81 Henry CVa.l College 61 University of Tampa 112 Piedmont College 57 Georgia Southern College 77 Berry College 91 West Georgia College 56 Oglethorpe University 92 Georgia State College 102 Piedmont College 71 Florida State University 64 West Georgia College 55 LaGrange College 68 Georgia Southern College 66 LaGrange College 78 Georgia Southwestern 52 Berry College 65 Shorter College 97 Armstrong College 60 Oglethorpe University 57 University of Tampa 84 Georgia Southwestern 60 Augusta College 84 Augusta College 62 Westmar tlovval College 53 Central State U. fOhiol TOTAL GAMES WON 23 LOST 10 Oivp 76 68 64 64 79 80 58 77 67 62 67 68 63 64 72 59 71 81 59 46 48 56 62 62 51 55 61 56 61 55 56 57 60 ' 'fljuif 7 7 .ff 0 . xy!! I will I , . TW' f'Y:"C1 il L Q fl X 'jx 1 BRYAN PHILLIPS MIKE TERRY Sensor Forward Sensor Forward , ..i, ' Wg 2122 QQ y -.ff'A, l. 5' , 11 ,f 1' ' A ROBERT MCKENNEY Sophomore Center JOHN TRIMNELL Sophomore Guard It x ,Nga l Qi'-f H'f'Zf:f M 1 fl if F' " F 'W 1 1 f -m BOB LAMPHIER Sensor Guard Ewen TLMV' A ' XJLXX Wim ! ffi' , Y , fy ., PAUL OBRIEN Sophomore Guard MJF ,XY Iv 33 iw 2. 2 QQ2, , ,Q , DALE CROFT Sophomore Forward JACK HARI MARTY LEHMANN DON WARD TOMMY MORRELL Junuor Cent'-r Freshman Forward Freshman Forward Sophomore Guard Not pictured Sensor Guard Ron Fortner ig? al! sf 5. - P' . if fi fb FIRST ROW, left to right. Joanne Wilson, Mary Bob lVlcConnaughnay, Sara Tillman, Judy Grondanl. SECOND ROW, left to rngnt Marlkay McCarty, Louise Moore, Nancle Robinson. Top, Sharon Smntn Varsity Cheerleaders 'X QQEBALL T Diamondmen Post 15-9 Season Record ln Coach Tommy Thomas' flrst year at the helm, the Valclosta Slate College Baseball Rebels posted a 15-9 woneloss season record. The Rebs were tlecl for the runnerfup posltlon ln the Georgla lntere collepylate Athletlc Conference wlth a 4-4 con- ference record L Leadlnp hltters for the Rebels were Steve Craw- A , M ford, ol Lake Clty. Fla, 6.37993 Claude Speck, of At- lanta. 135391 and Larry lvleredlth, of Tampa. l.351l. 1. Leadlng hurler forthe Rebs was Danny Petrovlch, gg 3? f' W . of Crown Polnt, lndlana, who posted a 5-1 won-loss E record for the Rebs. Hts earned-run average was a ,L K respectable 1.11. Petrovlch received honorable - -- ' mentlon for AllvAmerlca honors from the N.A,l.A. FRONT ROW: Steve Crawford, Claude Speck, Duane Whlte. Joe Thornton, Allen Emert, Eddle Flsher, SECOND ROW: Spence Klser, Tommy Brown, Larry lvlerecllth, Bobby Slmpson, Larry Hysler, Bobby Sloan. THIRD ROW: Coach Tommy Thomas, De-Wayne Elder, l-larry Jones. Sparky Wrlght, Eddle lvllddleton, Ruchard Vann, Jack Toole and Jummy Devane. 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'L -. vvrth Pledmont College, Berry College, West Georgra if '-. if ,. : QETQL College, Shorter College, LaGrange College, Arm' Ek ff--Sf strong College and Georgina Southwestern College vi xl g i r :,. 53,E53 ' 1f??.EETl?3!EE2.r:1 lJZil'llCQlllllllllfl. This marked the furst tlrne that VSC ' A L . ' 1 had hosted the cionlerencie tournament. g ll +-rfzxeireafevw me J , ' xn-' 1, V .' .QM - ' 1 X -1, L -, L 4 - wb!" .-: -. - . ' - ' W"rK41"-jf . "'f's"'-:'9'f1 L M.. f ..'nT' ,,,,, , .-we: , Y 0 tvyg, My , s..m,.fg -- l V , ' " -Wi: --4 15,5- 41.44 -nd" My va . . :ff-M 'uw 'A Jr". . A , . ,.,, ,X . , x,,'ru ' ' " ar 'Z 1' -H, M ,- 2 ,M e r"'- xi ., WA -4,1-,,L,,, 440- J, piss' .Ak - lung . I 39, W f, -'Lf 'n uri' we ilu! r-::s,q'2 .-- .TS Hwf ,M .f ?N"'v- -J. af-f-4+ 43,-5 -. f-4 1" -v., J' 'rf vu.- .-'rsmgp a, W 180 ...rr .- ,-ywif .-...np .W A . ., x , s 'J w.u.Q, ,Q--. 1, 2 f 'W' ,..M-M , f:"Lm " 4 'I . 1 ,:nff,v..,', 1 Y b ' ik 4 11 114, kd. , W "" I--M-. L. ,J ' J"':?,,,-.,. 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They were followed by West Georgia College with 12 points, LaGrange College, 9, Georgia Southwestern College, 2, and Berry College, 1. iywlau SQ, ,Q I. 4' ' IEHELS Wlel. + A wax "'o . .4 , 1 X..-,. S QQQA I 1 x ,yf 1 TZ 4 4 I l i 1 . ' FIRST ROW Bob Anderson John Romine Vernon Dixon John Paulk Richard Lassiter, SECOND ROW: Coach Jim Melvin. Charles Dennis. r J f'1?"""x X ' 'sb-.... A' X QQJRAMURALS Delta Capture Intramural Crown Frwternltlaf Q roll as various lnde endent or Q ,J. -13 VIH. D ' QSUIZEDTIOHS, parlltglnate ln a well-rounded intra- mural sports Inlogram at Valdosta State College. Delta Clrll lraternlty won the Intramural Sports Champlonshlp at VSC thls past spring. The fratern- lty scored a total of 1,245 points-the most ever recorded by a slngle organlzatlon-in intramural competltlon attheCollege. Edward Bl Hanly, lll, of Blackshear, was named the 'Outstanding Intramural Athlete of the Year" at the College. Edward paced Delta Chl to the champlonshlp. Fe 1' ' s HLAW if r if 132 ll ffl - ill BAND ll VSC Band Promotes el Student Pep, Spirit 2 In the second year of organization, the VSC Band is very active on the VSC campus. The group pre- sented a Christmas Concert, provided music for "Kiss Me Kate" and played an excellent concert in Mathis Municipal Auditorium. Ensembles from the band provide programs for civic and church pro- grams, and, on campus, the band is active in most major events. The Pep Band provides music for ' Rebel basketball games. 7 E . l 3 3 i l 4 U I I ' f 5 ' A , fl: 5 l it . 1 it l E l 2 l 5 l , l r ,Av Ill I33 PEOPLE ni I 1 lux ul 1 1 1 -1 - . nn 1 1 1- A .. 4 I 4 iibr- - 1 1 ,i .'fA. : V. .1, I I, " il - .1 - .4 VI A Q I I . , I II. - -f . . 1, ,. , , . --...-',. .-X. ,-f ,- wg..-. I ' 1 ,54 V " x " ' 'flfi ' T I ".,- F' " f'-fi' 4 '27 'V ' Z1 '- IIIII U -had, ,, ,,,, - . . , . 'n , 't' -1' ' A - x , , 'I x. '-,pf -- . 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'ir I 1 tb, :P , gl - N' 1 .- .4 , - ,- 3 ,M In-pu-1. .l- V. .- LW, 0 "' 1131 ' - P' Ly' ' .-5 ..,-'Q , 5 A Q y fl' Llffis '- - ' -. ," - "x '- if ."s f g h 'f i g ,- 1- . f- . ,. - w I. Y 'V -r I - ' F , J., V , H1 .i x,,"f-' 'i ,' A E' N rv , , ly ,I x. x xt, 215 5:-. F 1' J: 'vt ,,-' T, . , 3 -in is 4. E421 . ' Q ' 5 I " ,fall 1 f. . F' I 1-I C ' if 'aa V B , f j 11" f ft, . I i . ' wr --il ..- . ,L Q 'I 1 A' X I L I ' qt -s ,N-ff I Q , 1 ,L e. . -g- Tx, nf N- ,z ind iqrrqqsn. ,,, .. L' . --V .,-.Jn ,Mb r ,- ',.f , 4 Q ,ff ,-ng -.-Y rs- ii NJ ' i Q si : ..... 3 .11 Q3 . .QFD ,. 4 4-F, , N ix 'W' .-, ex .4 V Eg 1 7? f W 1-1, aff! 3 - Xu W 9, Q I Ewa! K'- ,ff ' ,. rx. Ere: X hx Q imp., Dr. Martin Leads VSC to Tremendous Growth el -' DR. S Valdost Dr. Ward Pafford Dean Of The College .X Dr. George Young Dean Of Students Q x'Y!'1'nrw...A gt-1 4 :ng . """""2H'm ,,-:- ,,,-A 4 iv? frhlviq 'v 595' rl. it 1 k A!! R 'Www , Q .N - , , V """"- , -., v if I 139 .-, yi N13 , va '--...N Dr. J. Graham Wall, Assoclate Dean of Students Miss Roberta Jones Assoclate Dean of Students 140 'D X WY'fYI.'5.1l'f! afXK'n'-hitlIM1lllXhl1,lYa.YldlWAI Fluker G. Stewart Durector Of College Relatnons if X N..b.J' K Shealy E. McCoy, Comptroller 141 y . F ,K 4. ...NQV X 'QT' s X fgfk , K yy,-qv Mrs. Caroline Thomas, Regnstrar Mr. James E. Martin, Durector Of Admussuons ' 'I lpn A"'7"" 1 4h.P' gyn- sf Walter Harrison Mrs. D. M. Stillwell Dnrector Of Contunulng Education Durector Of College Union ...Xa Mrs. Joseph Maddox Director Of Placement w 5 I A. '-. LANGUAGE ARTS Communications for Better Relationships To be able to express one's self clearly and con- cisely, regardless of the language, is one of man's richest blessings for success and happiness. The Department of English seeks to develop a full understanding and sincere appreciation of our great literary heritage. ln addition, the highly qualified faculty members teach students to read carefully and to effectively express themselves. Talented members of the Department of Speech and Drama faculty provide instruction and experi- ences lrom basic speech fundamentals through production and acting techniques, Also, all students of the Collete are invited to participate in at least three major theatre productions each year. ' ' 'i"" 1 0' W2 Y D hi. If A "F J fx F512 ,, ff.3,.i 2' l '31 ,f I. 1, , X' - :if -ef I I .-,k,, 3 Lg ' ' is L E3 S fa' Jr" g . gf' v ' ' is N-Q 9 K Q ln Wesley Ren Christie Head of Department of Speech Raymond A. Cook, lB,A., lvl.A,, Ph,D,l Head of English Department ,l 15" X. .py- 4 1 ,ki- 91.1 4' 'V ,Z I , ,ANY--X." , J' . f 1 J F . 1 ' v J 55. my s , Q Af ' 4 ff 5:4 1 , . Q ,Q , K A., J fl J" Y 1 1 A 4 14 'wa' 3 A T . ' S...lj rg, E -1 ". I' fi K, ' -in , ' H X 5 , . I sh' ' . X 0 K N W, 9-X X SIS' . 3 QT. X 1 . ., A xx. ,A '40 , 3 43' ,ff X .h ,kr ff kwa v '? 3-5'?"'w 2 E af 3 1' Q . Q-555,133 i ff: ' w 5 k . -"- :TAA " if -.V . ' 'V I 1 V ,gf W mt Q 1: 1 ' .. 51,5-fi.-'. ' , ,, - ,, , 1-v. - 1-1' Me- ,,,.,an11. N fl ef . n S. " L59 - I " ': ', 079 ' 4 ff- . -' uf , .- 4 H' DT-1 at I :. 1 f. N'u:1s1H.sU'i. .ucL'A155HNNA11Nwxwnnnhwnmwmx nn LANGUAGE ARTS Communications Aids World Understandin In the spaeeeage of today's living, better relation- ships through universal communications are needed, and modern foreign languages offers advantages to men and women of tornorrovv's leadership. lVlan's understanding of man depends in knowing him and his languages . . .thus man prepares himself for a more peaceful world with language as his base of knowledge, ,f- X 9 . - X'-QQ A4 Q11 1 .W - 2. 5 L 3 i 2 J H K V RW, Eta X wf.,.., .1 Q Wing, x., r 1' I a f ' Al 1' v 'n ,1 vt ,wstonv AND POLITICAELQ-SCIENCE Lessons of the Past Challenge the Future History. one of the most out- is dedicated to bringing alive the events of the past, and preparing this generation events to help make today's vvorld a finer place for generations of the future. Courses are offered on world. natural and state level. with emphasis on different periods and im- portant events of these times. The economic. social and cultural conditions are considered as important as are the wars and politics, and atten- tion is called to the historical development and significance of arts and sciences. ln addition to the excellent undergraduate degree program. the College, this year, inaugurated the Master of Arts Degree program with a major in his- tory. The Department of standing in the State. for building on such - 7 I xl i X 1 i A. William M. Gabard QABW MA., Ph.D.J l-lead of Department 'JE l48 5 .f- i M-R -------' -- -'v'-r-:'T--va-'r."T"',? i.. i. Q' van v t I .b ,Y ,rx Q 1 Pg- , - K -. ,. . . W, I sm 'ca -. ,xv R-.gf i G 'rr " . x-J. 'Jeff I A ,1 v Q-"vip I . x. WK? 1, V Wi i ,.-, . i., '7lS'.!t S'XIhHlY.LTlEBWiTI , I' 0 .E ,Wi fun: .A - - 1.3 .,... V r gglgw ,1" EDUCATION Education Courses Help the Teaching Technique Recognizing its responsibility to the state of Georgia and the South in development of more qualified school teachers, the Department of Educae tion directs its attentions and efforts tovvard this end. A faculty of vvell-informed vvomen and men expose students to every opportunity for achieving future success in this important profession, The VSC education major is challenged to pro- perly equip himself or herself for teaching the young child to read, the teenager to develop his abilities or the adult to become a truly happy, capablecitizen. The Department was the first at the College to offer graduate studies, implementing the vvork leading to the Master of Education Degree a year ago. Future planning and grovvth for this area of the College academic program appears unusually bright, with long-range planning directed tovvard providing teachers second-to-none in the country. T1 wk - , 7 BIOLOGY Scientific Studies Are Essential to Education The Department of Biology, always growing and becoming stronger, provides opportunities for the student in both the major subject and related sci- ences. A well-trained staff offers complete in- struction in line with curriculum revision in Biology at other institutions in Georgia and the nation. Attention is also given to preparation of those desiring for admittance to graduate schools for continued study in this field. The Natural Resources Institute, a summer workf shop offered for selected Georgia teachers, is in its third year at Valdosta State. This experience not only provides a better training and understanding for the participants, but also acquaints them with the excellence of the Department of Biology for their knowledge in encouraging future students to attend the College. NiTU.ViiSll1llu'lXk ii1'MIWm CHEMISTRY Study of the Elements Holds Key to Future ln today's modern laboratories, guided by expert faculty personnel, the Department of Chemistry is prepared to provide the key for the students use in opening the doors of enlightment in this vast and exciting field. The student of Chemistry is encour- aged to apply his knowledge of this subject to suc- cess and understanding in all areas of his existence. The instruction is designed for stimulating the mind so that the science of Chemistry-and with it, the related sciences-fascinates and also answers many important and vital questions in the mind that is searching for more happiness, good health and success. -1- L! lBel U 0399012 Mggxcgfi 5 6 7 HQ IFQILMQV I - r B C BIFII ,I9 5:0229 GJTQ' ""'gW wg v-,B VI K icq silt' use Al si 1 - I I Tl V 2' za C Ar ELM. .M AMC i J 1 Cr Mng Fe C '29 gm bi lk WnifI2,irYrrt-tzrlii isol,tN'f" ff" Ge As Se j I' T i 45 47 P, LL lky- I JOI Vg Ru Rh Pd Ag ' fi 5. LL SSCQMBITI' lr is it Cditln Sn Sb Ts I x iHflTalW3Re Os lrnptrhht is 'rrimnah Iii-e-tfiesccc 1. si, U T Pb Bi Po At an slipped Q 5, . ., AC Th P0 U is fi et Fm Md No Lw CENTRAL SCIENTIFIC CDNIPANY O C l l L t A Division f ,rf :JLG SBC WP wNd bil if 62 63 M 65 66 67 68 69 is 4 eo r' y Sm Eu Gd Tb Dv i-io Er Tm Yb Lu 89 90 9I EI? 93 94 95 96 97 98 at ga, kfa E In A f,,1,:-., f...,.u. ,,.. ,L-fiTHEllllATlCS Numerical Skills Help Develop Logical Thought In the Mathematics courses, the students sees the relationship of certain principles to numbers, to events and to total situations. As these avenues of thought are explored through the capable guidance of fine mathematicians, there develops an awareness of the order of things as they exist around us. From this one may more rationally and logically develop the ability to meet the problems of everyday life. Numbers are important, but to the Department of Mathematics faculty member there is also the chal- lenge to offer through these the understanding of a system of logic which may be readily applied to the various aspects of the modern enviornment. Dr. Donald L. Duncan CBS., MS., Ph.D.J Head of Department X 4' ' V' 'WREIW 1? .'i5'Tfl.li""'wf7f?VW"'?77NhIIYBIZNIMN-Eli.k'i?lTFHRRiXXlQ.lDXk'lT.ill1Z'iI1FIilK'li9llkRKiilIHUlI I l Q wfffzi . ui- 'fe-1'r?fiiwf as f . ' 2 1 4 - I IHIIE IIEV a srrt t sim mer i w l i ' ezmlmr r .. 1 , ..,.,: -sg.-. , .,,5f:: 1 , gg: K f ink, 3.5.1 V qyg f . r , il, ,, "4 4 2 ' ' r , is WV? Zn 535 , E 'F Ax e 3-W 22 '51 -M " 12- 1 l 5, K 2 fl " ' - E QW EEE s ,. -A , 1 x H w ere t ,gm gr Wg, a A wa Q4 l ' ,.,gc5,l , A , 'wi V A 'X 75? -'ff Vw 4 ag W' ' 'A ' ffl' ,, as f..1rg:' w-2,331 , "rg Mlm, R J . . , , . 'VN ' J, M 2 'ff-'f-"wr ,A 4, 1 "r's"r"5c F' - A Y 1 fr .r . I: f fi my-'e - ff- l 121 """H" t ' fwm, Www: 2 if ' Q seg gifs V fs: rig, 2 fs r -1934 ggi r, a ,. N, ,, me we .9 R5 V t Q Z M.3 , 5' 'Q M, si' fog, z iff ' -ig? as 1 . ffsr r 1 ,wr lw wiivv sf PHYSCS Understandin Related Sciences s Stressed The Department ot Physlcs, vvlth nts expertly trained, highly quallfued faculty, excites and lntorms the student who questlons both the sumple and the complex, the llvlng and the llOfl-IIVIIWQ, the mlnutely small and inflnutely great. Hls study, vvhuch reaches out to include better understandlng ot the related sciences. attempts to reveal to the undlvudual the causes, the ettects and the unter-relatnonshlp of physical events ofthe vvorld around hum, The Valdosta State Planetarnum un the Depart ment of Physlcs has brought a better Ul'lCf6'l'St3lllQlll'l! of the unlverse to all those who have had thelr eyes and minds opened through thus marvelous l98CQl'llll,Q aid. , S - i- '1l"'5mQi, "K K f , M-,H ,1....,............-----. A iii, l i Joseph W. Pember QAB , MFA i l-lead of Department ART Self Expression ls Developed in Artists The Bachelor of Arts Degree is offered for the student desiring to major in Art. Through the Art Department several student and faculty Art shows are held throughout this region, as the Department allows the student to step beyond the realm of the classroom and studio to meet and discuss his work as well as the work of others, with interested persons. Individual creativity is openly encouraged as students gradually begin to grasp that talent with which they were endowed. The formation of the Student Art Association came about after the students expressed a desire to have another type of opportunity in which they could help each other. Through such joint etforts came the building of the kiln behind the gym and art shows in the Library Gallery, MUSIC Musical Appreciation and Skill Developed The Bachelor of Arts Degree is offered to students who desire to major in Music. The Music Department in the growth that is so typical of Valdosta State College, has expanded its facilities not only in numbers but also in oppor- tunities that are provided for students to pursue their musical inclinations such as the Stage Band, the Pep Band, the Glee Club, the Serenaders, and the various ensembles that entertain in neighbor- ingcommunities. Through the Concerts presented during the year, and the active support the Music Department gave to the Musical productions of the Speech Depart- ment, members of both the College community and the civic community were given an opportunity to view those talents so effectively collected in the Music Department. Webster W. Teaguell3 M .M M E i Head of Department SOCIOLOGY Study of Patterns in Society and Understanding In pursuing the studies in the field of Sociology. the student comes to know more about the social science of human relationships in his every day world. Through this learning, he is taught to recog- nize existing and seek new solutions for solving the problems that are present in his society. In the Department of Psychology, the student comes to know more about the science of the "why" of human behavior, as he better becomes more aware of the whole range of human experience. 1 John Maury Branan QBAA., lVl.RC., EdD.J Head of Department PSYCHOLOGY Human Thought and Behavior ls Studied PHYSICAL EDUCATION evelopment of the Body Vital to Health Recognizing the importance of physical fitness to the general health and happiness of the individual both today and in the years to come, the Depart- ment of Physical Education offers a diversified pro- gram dedicated to this end, In a fevv hours a day and a genuine desire to enjoy one's self is provided the excitement of using sports as a further means of becoming the well-rounded college student. Under the capable guidance of a well-qualified and trained faculty. the student takes required courses in physical education and participates in Intramural sports and other activities that bring stimulation both physically and mentally. VX 'll in f . V.,-r an ly i, V Q- , ff- X l V5 , r Q If X. wx V llll N 1 X -V f .5 5 fx 1 5 .,. . Xi William C. Grant lB S. Ed., lvl A i Head of Department il X .LY -V- -V ,....' "' ' 'M' 'WN-lfnfsvivil-l',:4:z ,.-:gag V 5-4' 9. N cjgx 7 rvnur-ngyngwn Q 4 . 1 ' X W. V ' . QI: s'.lV.V.-V Lf 'S S ...V ,VI - 'V 'I -it - ' . . L A N " ' W ' ' ,v .V-"': V ,N " ' s-V ' 1 .H-.'A f fi 1 ' " , ' I- r .-glj 4. - '-rf " v-V , A 'V' I 'h "1 ,' A .lVV.:-, .- k V, A '-' V ..Vg-sjgu.-:V ,I , ' WL , ., -Us ,' A4-fun.: Lg: V , I xi i :mfr A' -N V, X V-... .5130 :f .W mgfzhs, .. l,,,,. V 1 VV 1 I , Nw- .- 1-ii5.if.,w5Sg's4fe V i' A I f1m4Qrr?4.5i2-Q,V:.g.Q:?iV ' fgxiw f'fff"V. 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With a more thorough understanding of economics, business administration, accounting and secrea tarial administration it is hoped the business grad- uate becomes more valuable to himself and his society. Valdosta State College business students are offered excellent preparation for achieving this end tk N i Z 3' uximii, , T if f B fiirit Wi . at 'lar A 'ii- , X Saralyn Sammons QA B, MS? Head. Secretarial Science Depart' ment 159 SENIORS Sandra Rabenstein Named Class Sweetheart v .clai- Sl 02:0 N Q V mv K - 'ei ,,.. gf 1.5456 e Ffa ? aa tb w.w4.L"4I Q: , I., ,A qt 0 ""iF"Q1 . X E 9 f I 1 1" fi 2 -' V . N ' -"A 'j' l I ' Q1 A ,Q Q A "L I H11 7Qr,4f"t1:n. ! xx 5. ,1 ff 0 " ' W fm ss , 4 .. X . . , a KJ! " Q' A, .. A.., ai. I NTU I U , 160 1 I N Maerita Adams-Valdosta, Georgja BSA Major: Elementary Educatjon Randall G. Adams-Douglas, Ga. BS Major: Educatuong Munor: Matn Bobby Alderman-Berljn, Ga BS. Major: Accountjng Carol Alford-Fjtzgerald, Ga B S Mjaor: Accountjng Martha Allan-Columbus, Ga. B S Major: Elementary Educatjon June Allen-Albany, Ga. B S Major1SecretarjaIScjences ., .1 W . r.'L'T.,.,gg, ,al Q' , F7 K-pi 1' A a 'N J ' -. v .-40 Q 4- Q sw 7' " ,,-Q 9, t ff ,E sig" if 4 jx 'W 2 ...Q aff ' ,...-X 'Ox 'US .l" 'S 'X,..., Y' CTS? 1 'US W'--vs 'T 161 45... ... V' t Bryan Almand-Valdosta, Ga. BS, Major: Bnology Fred C. Andrews, Jr.-Jacksonvjlle, Fla BA. Major: Management Steve Bacon-Albany, Ga. BA. Majorg Fjnance Janice BaIdreefAdeI, Ga, BS Secretarual Educatuon Betty BarfieldeGraves, Gay BS. Major: Secretarjal Admjnustratjon Doty Barnard-Albany, Ga. BSA Major1 Elementary Educatuon George Barney-Seattle. Wash, B S, Mayor: Business Administration Minor Marketing Cecil Martin Bateman-Homervylle Ga B S Mayor: Biology: Minor: Chemistry Bobbie Bently-Quitman. Ga B S MayoriEducation1Mynor:Spanush Dietra Blanton-Warwick. Ga. B S. Mayor: Elementary Education Sarah Blakey-Savannah, Ga, B S Mayor: Elementary Education James Bolen-Valdosta, Gai AB. Mayor: Sociology 4, ff!! rf' fx 4' Tommy Bolton-Gntfjn, Ga BA. Major: Management Deryl Booth-Homervjlle. Ga. B.S. Major: Business Administration Larry Bostic-Nashville, Ga. BA. Major: German Hope L. Boswell-Valdosta, Ga. BS. Major: Education, Minor: English Gary Boyette-Lakeland, Ga. BS. Major: Psychology Linda Bridges-Donalsonvjlle, Ga. B.S. Major: Elementary Education l 'ff' X 40411. if -EY SENIORS Final Undergraduate Year Faced with Hope ' K . ,141 ,., fig, ' Eg ' ,. -t 4 .f--3 if f ,,, B ,L - J Evelyn Brock-Trenton, Fla. B.S. Major: Elementary Educatlon Shirley Brown-Quutman, Ga. Victoria Lynn Brown-Jacksonville, Fla BS. Major: Elementary Education James E. Browning-Adel, Ga. BS. Major: Math Neil Bullock-Albany, Ga. B.S. Major: Math Kay Burton-Qujtman, Ga. Jo Ann Cason-Homervulle, Ga. B.S. Major: Busuness Education Suezette Cason-White Sprjngsjngs, Fla. BS. Major: Secondary Education, Minor: Joanna S. Cavan-Tnomaston, Ga. BA. Major: French, Minor: History Sandra Chance-Augusta, Ga. BS. Major: Business Admjnustratjon Faye Chancy Taylor-Qujtman, Ga. BS. Major: Business Education Glenn A. Chancy-Qujtman, Ga. BS. Major: Business Admlnjstratuon 163 Q3- X 4. BA. Major: Secondary Education, Minor: French BS. Major: Secondary Education. Minor: Biology History a-. X 1' x X I1 ,! James L. Clack-Tyfton. Ga. AB Mayor: Sociology Dudley Clickglvloultrle, Ga B S Mayori Business Administration Vanne Coleman-Valdosta, Ga. BS. Mayor: Biology David Coley-Hawklnsville, Ga. B.S. Mayor: Psychology Karen Cole-Valdosta, Ga. BS. Mayor: Elementary Education Jennifer Cone-Pelham, Ga. BS. Mayor: Education, Minor: English Genese Conine-Lakeland, Ga. BS. Mayor: Education, Minor: English Daryl Conner-Valdosta, Ga. BS. Mayor: Psychology Peggy Conner-Crodele, Ga. BS. Mayori Elementary Education C. Greg Conroy-Jacksonville, Fla, BS. Mayor: Psychology Anne Cox-Waycross. Ga. BS. Mayor: Business Administration Robert Oscar Crittenden-Shellman. BS. Mayor: Business Administration fl? 225,042 '95 X. . 12? 1 M3 A 1 y If SENIORS .ailing WDW ox' 5' Martha Jon Steedly Elected SGEA President I64 l l . y l lk I 'E , ME - ai. ik l 2? tp' X cv V -ff-gr Ronald Crumpton-Valdosta. Ga. B.S. Mayor: Management Terry Daily-Cuthbert, Ga, B.S. Mayor: Secretarial Administration Fran Daughtery-Jacksonville, Fla. BS. Mayor: Elementary Education Ronnie Davis-Albany, Ga. BS. Mayor: Psychology Peggy DeCesare-Valdosta, Ga. BS. Mayor: Psychology Sylvia Jeanine Dell-Waycross, Ga. BA. Mayor: Sociology -d""'.x e-.sf 1f"":? 'fm' 4 'I Q David Devane-Valdosta, Ga, BS, Major: Blology Carlon Dixon-Whugham, Ga. B.S.lVla1or:Matl'1ematlcs Vernon Dixon-Quutmar1,Ga B.S.Malor:Cherr1nStry Ercel Dotson-VeroBeach, Fla BS, Major: Psychology Lenda Duke-Funston, Ga. BS Mayor: Elementary Educatuon Charles H. Dyess-Decatur, Ga. Major: Psychology 90.29 Qu 4""" I.,-fix "'f1-"" ur- - fi ll J' 'UN .- 1 xi. . XX IN' ax. ,-+1r f I -Q. . v. 7'7" . -..gl ffm ,, xy ,,.. Q, "UM ... "" 'fv im -6' RUB Ann Elkins-Albany, Gas BS lVlalor: Psychology Bob Evans-Home-rvrlle, Ga BS, Mayor: Physics Anna L. Farmer-Valdosta, Gal BS, lVlalor: Elementary Educatloh Dorothy Smith Flanders-Waycro BS. Major: Elementary Educatuoh Eddy Fletcher-Poulah, Ga. BS. Major: Psychology Bonnie Foister-Camrlla. Ga B,S.Nla1or: Elementary Educatloh ss, Gay QF' ,.-,,,al?' 5. ,nu- fl' I66 l Judith Ann Hickox-Waycross. Ga. B.S. Major: Elementary Education Nancy Holmes-Tatton, Ga BS, Major: Elementary Educatjon Steve Holt-Colqujtt. Ga. BS. Major: Marketung Thomas Arthur Hook-Orlando. Fla. AB. Major: History Julia Hutchinson-Tjfton. Ga. AB. Major: English H. Stanley Jackson-Dawson, Ga. BS.Major1 Psychology SENIORS Ten VSC Seniors Named To Who's Who in College lf' r A I 11. at 'L ssl K 4. it : . X M431 Ag 2 A Q f,',, ,. , W.:awr" -V f Y ' fd -4' : - V, .1-. .1 - fx pw 'V' :Q N., I67 fb 'ff' xv? Blake Foster-Atlanta. Ga. BS. Major: Business Admunjstratuon Nancy Gambill-Valdosta. Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Educatnon Spencer Gandy-Pelham. Ga. BS. Major: Busjness Admjnustratjon Gloria Gattis-Waycross, Ga. B.S. Major: Education, Mlnor: English Myra Gail Gay-Doerun. Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Educatuon John Gilbert-Blakely, Ga. BS. Major: Busuness Admunjstratnon Robert L. Gordon-Warner Robb1ns,Ga: BS. Major: Education, Manor: Biology Curtis Green-Homervjlle, Ga. BS. Major: Bjology Richard S. Grissett-Ray Cnty, Ga. BS. Major: Chemistry Joseph Wynn Hancock-Nashvjlle. Ga BS: Major: Busuness Admunustratjon John Marshall Harperflxlashville. Ga BS. Major: Business Admjnjstratjon Joseph Hegge-Wjlljamstown, New Jersey AB Major: History David Henry-Valdosta. Ga B S Major: Accounting -fr 49 sermons Mike Terry Named to All-American Team vi 14.1 cv !- yvfi fu.. 'r k"'w-fy 7 1 ,ZX 6 BV Qt lg I 4 f' r 11' K :gy " ii 'YW 5 R 1 u, 11 'v- 'W 1. , 1 .. ,mf Q .nv ' " . Alton Knight-Warner Robbins, Ga. BS. Ma1or:Accountrng Shepp Lawerence-Waycross. Ga. BS. Mayor: Business Administration Constance Laws-Baxley, Ga. AB. Marori History Judy Lawson-Valdosta, Ga, B.S.Ma1or:Blology Judie Lester-Quincy, Fla. AB. Ma1or1Art James Lineberger-Valdosta, Ga. AB, Major: Art Sandra Mains-Eatonton, Ga. BS. Mayor: Elementary Education Jerre Malone-Moultrre, Ga. AB. Mayor: Art Earle Mathis-Valdosta. Ga. MalortEngIrsl1 Gayle Merritt-Colqurtt, Ga. BS. Major: Education, Minor: Social Science Cherylene Miller-Valdosta, Ga. AB. Sociology Lambert Mitchell-Qurtrnan, Ga. BS. Business Administration 168 r r "i- Betty Johnson-Camrlla, Ga. B.S.Ma1or: Elementary Education Linda Gail Johnson-St. Ma rys, Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Education Martha Johnson-Sylvester, Ga. BS. Majori Elementary Education Fred Calvin Jones-Barwrck, Ga. BS.Educatlon.Mlnor1Physlcs Kenneth M. Jones-Mrlledgevrlle, Ga. B.S.Ma1or:Busrness Administration . 1 ,WVFWWM , zf : I? vw '-at N 17' ,wif F ?9 I rj'-1 A p 4 t as I ' TNWY v? James William Moats, Jr.-Sylvania, Ga. AB, Ma1or1 Music Gail Montgomery-Cairo, Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Educatlon Carroll Eugnee Moore-Thomasville, Ga BS, Major: Business Administration Eleanor Morrison-Moultrie, Ga. BS. Elementary Education Thomas McCarty-Valdosta. Ga. B.S.Ma1or:Physncs William H. McCoy-Moultrie, Ga BS. Elementary Education ,wa-ws. Jonathan McDonaldeBrunswuck, Ga, B S Mayor Psychology Mary Louise McDonelIeCutnbert. Ga. B S Mayor Education, Minor: English Edna Mayo McElroyeSandersvyIIe, Ga. B S Mayor: Elementary Education Lyn Mclntosh-Valdosta. Ga B S Mayor. Matn Patricia McKee-Blacksnear, Ga. BS Elementary Education Shirley McMillan-Adel, Ga. BS Mayor: Elementary Education Maxine Newberry-Arlington, Ga. BS. Mayor: Elementary Education Sandra Nichols-Screven, Ga. BS, Mayor: Elementary Education Richard Nijem-Valdosta. Ga. BS. Mayor: Biology Dwight Norris-Valdosta, Ga. BS, Mayor: Business Administration Jimmie Norton-Valdosta, Ga, BS. Mayor: Biology lvl? pw- . Wg' 'X19 al 'K ,. 2 ---Y it V r X. 4!"""-' naw .nov -Jiri 105 If fx 19 Donald Padgett-Quytman, Ga. BS. Mayor: Business Admrnystratyon Janell Parker-Ashburn, Ga. AB. Mayor: Sociology Janie Plymel-Moultrie, Ga. BS. Mayor: Education, Minor: English George Podein-Jacksonville, Fla. B,S.Mayor1Busynessk Administration Shirley Priest-Vienna. Ga. BS, Mayor: Elementary Education Sandra Rabenstein-Moultrie. Ga. BS. Mayor: Elementary Education ...H .af 2. .if " , mi. , 4Y'5s YQ-o-:lf R A spa-is I f' -4-11 A" 'N Gd, Judson Rackley-Whigharn, Ga, BS. Ma1oriAcCountung Roger Rampley-Valdosta, Ga, AB, Mayor: Art Don Reames-Valdosta. Ga, BS.iVla1or1Mathematlcs,iVImor:Physlcs Linda Reeves-Cairo. Ga. BS. Majori Elementary Education Aurelia Register-Valdosta, Ga. AB.IVia1or:Muslc Glenn Register-Valdosta. Ga, BS Mayor: Finance - QS- 6-47" 54" 4713, -pa-v"" Q-"Q ,km SENIORS AK ffm. N-lf' 'fx Angie Thompson Elected Miss See Georgia First sewlorzs Carolyn Ritchie Receives Annie Powe Hopper Award 'UK J-N ps df' 'Qin 49" M5 was IYVFN Jerry l. Sellers-Blackshear. Ga. AB Major: Management Neal E. Sellers-Lenox. Ga. BS Major: Secondary Education. Minor: Social Studies Larry Settles-Cuthbert, Ga. BS Major: Business Administration William W. Seymour-Albany. Ga. A B. Major: History Susan Sherrod-Madison. Flonda AB Major: Sociology Larry Shuman-Folkston. Ga AB. Major: Finance Charles Simpson-Moultrie, Ga. BS Major: Accounting John A. Sims-Bainbridge. Ga. AB. Major: Sociology, Minor: Mathematics Mrs. Carolyn G. Sirmans-Moultrie. Ga. BS. Major: Secondary Education, Minor: English Glenn Smith-Mt. Vernon. Ga. A,B.Major1Hlstory.M1nor:Economjcs Gordon Smith-Homervjlle. Ga. BS, Major: Business Administration Hoke Smith, Jr., Valdosta, Ga. AB. Major' Finance l72 Betty Joe Rentz, -Norman Park. Ga. BS. Major: Secondary Education. Mjnor:Mathematjcs Richard R. Reynolds-Sumner. Ga. BS. Major: Chemistry. Minor: Biology Carolyn Ritchie-Iron Cnty. Ga. BS. Major: Mathematics, Minor: Physics Larry C. Roberts-Pearson. Ga. BS. Major: Accounting Mamie Lois Rooks-Colquutt, Ga. BS Major: Elementary Education Terrie Rooks-Tjfton, Ga. BS, Major: Business Education sl .JV Q-ls . 1? Sharon Smith-Waycross, Ga. BS. Mayor: Elementary Education Elaine Snipes-Sylvester, Gai A.B.Nla1or:Speecn Marvin Spinks-Valdosta, Ga, BS. Mayor: Secondary Education, Minor: Mathematics Sue Stallings-Moultrie, Ga, BS. Major: Elementary Education Julie Stearns-Gainesville, Fla. BS. Major: Elementary Education f ' V , , :fy ' -" -... ' lf 1' 'UN W.-an -x V? 'di 'mdk ! 5 W 15...-5 173 'Z-" 1 5.0 .-.4 Marvin Wayne Stephensetjortlele, Ga if E f.l,1yyy' 'Secondary Education, lVllncyr Mell Stephensonfvaldosta, Ga lf Mayor Management Sandy Stewartfvaldosta. Ga li S Mayor Elementary Education Barbara StripIingeCordele, Ga B S Mayor Elementary Education Shirley Stumpevaldosta, Ga B S Mayor Secondary Education, Mynor Patricia SulIivaneSavannah. Ga B S Mayor' Elementary Education David M. Taltonevaldosta, Ga B S Mayor Biology Marilyn TarverfSavannah, Ga B S Mayor' Elementary Education Virginia Taylor Sellersfwaycross, Ga B S Mayor Secondary Education Leo Tedder-Lake Cnty, Fla. A B Mayor Management Phil Thacker-Conyers, Ga Q , Elyvllyly Mathematics B S Mayor' Secondary Education, Minor' Social Science Patsy ThomaseHomervylIe, Gai B S Mayor Elementary Education f'-., xi ' P 'E' rf "' , - fb e 1 . X. I74 QQ ,-9' . . yn l af-'hw 'Z vs. VF" M' hfk x 4? 'w Angie Thompson-Blakely, Ga B S E Mayor' Secondary Education, Mynor English William Touchton-Valdosta. Ga AB Mayor: Sociology Billy Tyson-Camilla. Ga A B Mayor' English, Minor: Sociology Floyd Tyson-Tyfton, Ga B S Mayor. Secondary Education, Minor' Mathematics Sandra Ulmer-Whygzham, Ga, BS Mayor: Business Administration Mary Underwood-Macon, Ga BS Mayor. Secretarial Administration i rf" Patricia VanWinkIe-Waycross, Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Education Howard P. Vickers-Hahjra. Ga. BS. Major: Pre-Medicine Vera Volienweider-Waycross. Ga, AB. Major: Sociology, Minor: History Zack Wade-Cordele. Ga. BS. Major: Secondary Education, Muno Studies Connie Walker-Blacksnear. Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Education Sandra Wheaton-Valdosta, Ga, BS. Major: Psychoiogy, Minor: Speech 'Q' SENIORS Graduation Marks An End, and Beginnin CT' . -M j w :IEW f' Y 9.13475 . f 'vu X 1 5' V N . ' ' 5 . if-'VA' A R an A 'wx' if . Q ll .7 q fe, Q., 'vw Eff?- Stuart T. Wheeler-Valdosta, Ga. AB. Major: Busjness Admjnlstratjon, Munor1Fnnance Joyce M. Whitfield-Cajro, Ga. B.S. Major: Elementary Education Sally Wicker-Gray, Ga. BS. Major: Secretarjal Admunnstratuon Dyrall Wiggins-Albany, Ga. BS. Major: Psychology Linda Willis-Tnfton. Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Educatuon Paula Willis-Sumner, Ga. BS. Major: Accountjng Nancy Youngblood Thacker-Dublun. Ga. BS. Major: Elementary Educatjon Robert Zarcheck-Waterford, Conn. AB. Major: Fjnance 176 l JUNIORS Sandra Coley Named Class Sweetheart SQ ' I -:Sri ee Q e a a lf Y Ea e"'n 'fx x 91 Q52 HI! l I e . H IQLZ1--M' ' 'Q x 11 5' G N. X s, xblwgmf 1 I, 1 1 14 O 3 I X Vp' .iw-.. TF, , Y 1 ,, v 3, M,- 5 e ' x T 1 ' 'zu . ' . a ' .X : tf,':,av0bn,YQ 4? a in 5 3 'I . 3 .,. ,.. 'vw ' 5 lg! , , ' A sa L. , I77 Ivy.,-' Harold Abm.-r' L., MiChaC'ACf'4Ef'-, , ,vhyvfiiff-1g5.G,3 P8tl'lCl3 Alim li ,'l+gxTQr1, SC In 1' . ,fl CDL' '-.Q few r X i' N A A . .1 " ' ,,, f 5. 'X L! I7 I 4. Paula Kaye Arnett, Moultrie, Ga, Nita June Ayers, Douglas. Ga Dianne Baggett, Byromville, Ga V sfj, x 1 K ' , x 4 I ,I Julie Baker, Momma, Ga """ 'il " David Barnwell, Black Mountain, NC , ,A Tommy Barr, Valdosta. Ga N rr fs X f , , . If H' Q if B sw, ?, 1'w-K., 'WEE l .ja A " I ,,., ..,. .Y I Nancy Barrow, Griffin, Ga. g, , - - ' ' 5 - Sylvia Bateman, Sanford, Fla, A 1 '7' -f-f 1, - Ben BeasIey,VaIdosta.Ga. ' f Becky Beck, Albany. Ga, X F' E 5 -rv ll f -...-+"' . 1 ,3 . l. 3 4 , , 'I V .,! 'jg 4, 'T 1 I Ii ' ,K 2' fn .5 , ., or , 5, if ix-.1 l78 ,- 4,15 Susan Belch, Ocala, Fla. William Lynn Bennett, Warner Robins. Ga Diane Best, Ft. Gaines, Ga. Jackie Bierman, Albany. Ga. Piercel B. Blitch, Jr., Tifton, Ga. Tyrus A. Bohler, Griflin, Ga. Barry Bowen, Bainbridge. Ga Ruth Braselton, Lawrenceville, Ga. 'X flk N I ly 'Q JH' 1. '7 X ." ',, W I K , ' Q ' r sf .V l J I N f' . me X Q Y .3 v " 5 Q WX f fl A 153 ' 'dl ' "r:""f 'Y 1 L 1- .. .X X W Q . , - ,rf Q. . 1 ,ag '0,..,,g. ,v-5 'Ct , nga' . l 1,,, , I u.g.5r,',:'nn',f':, "'-..'v,..'.""1 1 . V V K. X. I '. Y - , .x 1 X11 Latia Brooks, Qultntan, Ga Carolyn Brown, Macon, Ga Vickie Brown, Monroe, Ga Linda Bruce, l ltomasvtlle, Ga Larry Buchwald, Valdosta, Ga. Kay Canington, DonaIsonv1Ile,Ga, Margaret Carr, Sandersvllle, Ga Jency Carter, Montezuma, Ga. W. B. Carter, Jesup, Ga, Diane Caulder, Sylvester, Ga. Rebecca Chance, Waynesboro, Ga Scott Chase, Alexandria, Va. Walter Clary, Valdosta, Ga. Jeannie Claxton, Plnehurst, Ga. Sandra Coley, Ocllla, Ga. Lyndal Colson, Valdosta, Ga. Mike Conlan, Albany, Ga. Gray Cook, Greensboro, Ga. Mrs. Evelyn S. Coppage, Valdosta, Ga Franklin Courson, North Ft. Myers Fla Robert Crider, Wlllacoocbee, Ga Danny Crosby, Valdosta, Ga Kay Davis, Calro, Ga Jane Dayton, Albany, Ga. Kay DeLoach,Pf1mbi'ow. Gi Ellaine DeVane, Fitzgerald, Ga Carol Dial, GrlfTm,Gf1 Toni Di Nlascio,VaIc1osta. Ga Donna Dixon, Albany, Ga Tommy Dominey, Vienna. Ga Oris D. Drew, I-lahura. Ga. Patricia Ellis, Adel, Ga. Carl Findley, Fitzgerald, Ga. Brenda Fisher, Vvaycross, Ga. Eddie Fisher, Federalsburg, Md. Larry Ford, Albany, Ga. Shirley Franks, Winter Park, Fla Sally Free, Doerun, Ga. Susan Fulford, SI'1eIlm3n,Ga, Thomas N. Dill, Jr., VVcwcir'oss. G is cb- . ,ba- f""' . XN-in X lf? Sharon Grillin, Fargo. Ga. Marilyn Griner, Ray City. Ga, Barbara Gualtiere, Cocoa Beach, Fla. Melanie Guy, Norman Park, Ga. Beverly Haile, Gainesville, Fla. Sylvia G. Hampton, Quitman, Ga. Donna Harrell, Balnbridge. Ga. Danny Hartman, Savannah, Ga, Demetrius Hawthorne, Whugham. Ga. Ronald Franklin Healan, Albany, Ga, Brad Hendry, Blackshear. Ga, Janice Herrington, Valdosta. Ga. Donna Gleaton, Arlington, Ga Cheryl J. Gibbs, Columbus. Ga Kay Giddens, Nlorven. G.: Judy Gieger, Douglas, Ga Ronnie Gilliard, Camilla. Ga Johnny Golden, Dawson Ga. Anne Goodroe, Pinehurst. Ga Johnsie Green, Macon, Ga. Faye Grillin, Folkston. Ga, ilignr XT ' -- .. H "- +1 N .,m+4,- W, 1' K" " xiii? ah! 1, K -9 1 19 M HW ,iff A ' sa' I Dianne Jolley, Valdosta, Ga, Earl Justice, .Thomasville Ga. Abe Kalil, Valdosta. Ga. Mary Alice Layne, Albany, Ga. Lucy Leath, Perry, Ga. Sandra Lee, Jesup, Ga. Jane Lindauer, Valdosta, Ga. Kaye Linder, Valdosta, Ga. Lurine Lord, Ambrose. Ga, Judy McCrea, Wullacoochee, Ga Carol McKinley, Newnan, Ga. Crystal J. Maddox, Cairo. Ga. v .,,,-s Csi, if N - . 1 ',, f ' il ' x 1 A f 1 f 1 I-S IC! -,v ' . 4-an f-.. 4Y"'t v f-,1 'x ,W fri?" ',,,'H:,, 5 .,,, ff f' r" yu! 3 fm jr 4 yt FV4 Q 1 fill wg-ar x D 6,--Q Franklin Mathis, Valdosta, Ca Jessica Mayne, Valdosta. Ga Ken Medlin, Jacksonville, Fla Kathryn Nl0nr0w, Wayciross, Ga Bill Moore, Ocala, Fla Polly Moore, Tilton, Ga, Ronald M. Moore, Fernandina Beach Gerris Morey, Cairo, Ga Joyce Morris, Belle Glade: Fla, Dottie Mullis, Waycross, Ga, James L. Music, Brunswick. Ga, Charles S. Nazworth, Pelham, Ga Ross NeSmith, Pelham. Ga, James C. Odom, Hahnra, Ga, Roger Pace, Boston, Ga, Carl H. Peavy, Unadilla, Ga, Doris Perry, Moultrie, Ga, Jennifer Piper, Covington, Ga. Ernest Pirkle, Sycamore, Ga, Bonnie Porter, Broxton, Ga. Gary Preston, Live Oak, Fla Jean Quick, VVhitev1IIe,N C Angela Ragan, Tavares, Fla Gerald Reeves, Thomaston. Ga .Fla Vickie Register, Ngivloig 13:1 Evelyn Rhodes, plllfllhl, Fla Charles Riggins, Eilaiglwlwearq Ga Linda N. Roland, f,oclir.gin, Ga Patricia Rowe, Ivlc, Lean, Va, Barbara Roysden, Tilton, Ga, Dianne Sadler, Camilla, Ga Glynn Sapp, Alapaha, Ga Suzanne Schiefelbein, Wayc ross Ga Pete Schinkel, Moultrie, Ga, Marsha Sellers, Dawson, Ga. Randy Senzig, Valdosta, Ga. John Robert Sessions, Valdosta Jane Sikes, Valdosta. Ga. Bill Sineath, Valdosta, Ga Ernest Sledge, Thomasville. Ga , .,,.ff , , " ' 3. r- I ' 1 9 ,Q -'ex 4 U , 4? . 'WX ' s- 'N 'Tip ,,. 1 , A Ar 7 ,f . ' xp A 4 f"' 3 A X i 'ff -fr? l t ff f. 'FF Cecil Taylor, Boston, Ga. Janice Teresa, Camilla, Ga. Georgia Thompson, Albany, Ga. Joe Thornton, Warner Robins, Ga. Tina Tillman, Jonesboro, Ga. Rosemary Tippett, Vienna, Ga. Kay Dean Vickers, Douglas, Ga. Camille Walker, Albany, Ga. James D. Walker, Live Oak, Fla. Sandra Walker, Tlfton, Ga. Wendell Walters, Ocllla, Ga. Lou Ann Waters, Blackshea r, Ga, Terry L. Smith, Waycross, Ga. Jakki Staflord, Savannah, Ga Thomas Stephenson, Valdosta, Ga Dianne Stewart, Albany, Ga. David A. Stola, Valdosta. Ga. Bonnie Lou Strickland, Lake Park, Ga. Sue Stroupe, Mlaml, Fla. Dottie Stubbs,AdeI, Ga, Jim Sweat, Winter Haven, Fla. 'V "II QV- jZ'f',,vZ' W. ,. , 11N ,vA.,,.,, ,.T, . va Jie mm, Ne.. , s,- "b. 'Vx 'bw,,,4,,- "Wav 1' 17 1" X .A 1:17 "rsv- 5? I Totten Hughes Weatherly, ll,1z'All'n,lr's1,Ga Judith Wheeler. If 1 f ' 1 11.1 -ri Patti White, lklnv , l r 1 Marvin Whitley, lJrll,lu,I.,1s,Gi1 'f :T Mac Wilcox, Alulwi-villfy Ga Dawn G. Williams, lislmluri Qlgie. Ga ll .xiii Ervin Wood,lVlouIlrle,Ga ' l Kathy Worthing1on,JaCksonvulle, Fl Q ' an E Tom Zigan,VaIc1osta, Ga Y, 'A is I , 'x 72 ,f if 1 if , , " X -n ' ft? "F 'E?"f 19- .2 53" XS :X SOPHOMORES Shirley Robinette Named Class Sweetheart ' 4 .ti . ,. ji. . Y r .. .,. , 4 a .. Q l 5 Qi? + ' 9-"Zf1.' 4 A 5' rg' LW 2 his 1 'I Q X eq X 5 as ' ,"ww A. 'Qi ' f tim I A X xv . r 1 ' ' ' : I V it A A .1 1 A lf," Q. '1 ' 'M xr' ,I L 'R qw .3, 1. , is ' t 55.19 nw -A .I ' ".Yu". , - 1- U U -e ee e e aw e M :V bgzcgnaka tw !! , A -...v . eW e. 59 9 N-ff' I, ...F-' ww , , v, , , 1 V ,,.,v h I 187 N. W" 3 .r . ar. 11' 'Lg . . if ' 4 4 N QQ,-". ' rcvfs-'r-vig, Val' A in . 7 X -.. .A A Y x E Toni Bellew, Covlngton, Ga, Jean Bennett, West Palm Beach. Sharon Bland, Valdosta, Ga. Jimmy Boland, Cordele, Ga. Durrett Bradford, St. Slmons, Ga. Kathy Bradford, Hapevllle, Ga, Becky Braswell, Iron Cnty, Ga. Cathy Brock, Jacksonvnlle, Fla. Joy Broome, Canro, Ga, Alan V. Brown, Macon, Ga, Elayne Brown, lvloultrle, Ga Glenn G. Brown, Douglas, Ga Angela Adams, Decatur, Ga. Robert P. Anderson, III, Valdo Ann Askew,Newnan, Ga. Mack Austin, Valdosta. Ga. Ann Baker, Norman Park, Ga Richard Baker, Quutman, Ga. Synday Baker, Boston, Ga. Rlchard Barch, Newport New Barbara Barnett, Deland, Fla. Jane Bates, Macon, Ga. Nancy Beane, Qulncy, Fla, Sharon Belk, Albany, Ga. 'WKEWW K, ,ff M Vi, N 'i'1',,LT-' 'ff ? -3.33 .h y 'V - f-A I , ' -v 1' 1 V 0 I f 4 .I ' 5,3 , 1 "J ' " I ' 1 , 1 1 V aff, , 'cl Mui B.-. ..n.,...a 3 QQ, A "rf Nw.. I L K ff gf ya'- li ,ls . ...L , , fa frfff-ff' lv t Q Y .3 1 .59 1 M X' 52. JN .YN 1 'iii fi? as 5, Q " xf t v f.. , 4, fre 48 ,FQ YW E- i tix. A r 1 Cx I xl I P1 ,f u X 4' . , , F I Paulla Bryan, Albany, Ga, Rosa Brown, Ocnlla. Ga, Linda Burgess, Warner Robuns. Ga Gayle Calhoun, Quntman. Ga, Anne Campbell, Columbus, Ga, Ellen Campbell, Atlanta. Ga, Ronald Cannon, lVlouItr1e.Ga. Betty Carithers, Moultrie, Ga. Betty Sue Carter, Waresboro, Ga Jimmy Carter, Valdosta, Ga, Davy Cater, Nasnvllle, Ga, Wanda Chason, La keland, Ga Marilyn Chitty, Valdosta. Ga Janet Clark, Atlanta, Ga. Carol Clay, Macon, Ga, Barbara Collier, Macon. Ga .xg ,, I .f A' JA X eww 635233 l' l89 P 5' an " Sl 'AL-A-.51 k ""' 1-4 Wg qty, ' .ff 111.4 - d"'i Julie Collins, Qlmmfern, Ga Angela Copeland, Oc rwlocknee. Pamela Cox, AITUJVOSQ, Ga. Randy Crane, Valdosta. Ga. Paul Cribbs, Fargo, Ga. Gail Culpepper, Cordele. Ga. Sharon Culpepper, Albany, Ga. Elinor Davis, Cairo, Ga. Elizabeth Davis, Futzgerald, Ga. Robin Davis, Lakeland, Ga. Sharon Davis, Sylvester, Ga, Talley Denmark, Savannah, Ga. 'bf' ..-,- 515-14. 1.. "kfa..'4u',:-3:3-1' 'A 'L V fr WYE., if 1 , li S, .f V7 4. nn. fr a fi Ci? N.. .-v-W -Q 40" ',,,' . -" A- a " 1-L N Y D , 7-4, 1- J , 5' gr 4 gvwfrrwf -wwf- JP' 'V"" ' f-'YW V 'T 'IQ C' lv 0.4 gi 1 . Q 1' Carol Fogle, Macon. Ga. Dorcas Elaine French, Thomasville, Ga. Sonja Friis, Valdosta. Ga. Debbie Gable, Alba ny. Ga. Sally Gallaher, Savannah, Ga. James Garland, Valdosta, Ga. Cecelia Carswell, Valdosta, Ga. Frankie Gary, Georgetown, Ga Johnny E. Gavin, Valdosta, Ga Vicki Gilliard, Camilla, Ga, Analease Green, Macon, Ga. Paula Greer, Valdosta, Ga, -'L IW!! my ,ws Y- wr' KT K l 'MQ Linda Dixon, Camilla, Ga, Benny Dover, Valdosta. Ga. Gayle Dover, Valdosta. Ga. Frank Dowling, Barney, Ga. Raymond Duke, Thomasville, Ga. Selena E. Duncan, Marietta. Ga, Patty Easom, Donalsonvllle, Ga. John W. Edmondson, Barney, Ga Linda Ellwood, Atlanta, Ga. Sylvia K. Faulk, Fitzgerald, Ga, Emily Coral Ferguson, Dawson, G Carson Flournoy, Macon, Ga, 3 . , av- I, lx 'Tv ' M? I C' IX Q fs I l rfwyyxa ,.a--0 ,.. 4 IHA 'TQ t fQ ti Z f"'r f fl. -1 ' 'Q' nl ' o oo' 3"l X l ' 0 -tg? KW! v. JL ae., -Q ! wi 'l 'fi x 3 N41 .l 1' ,- .J ra, Q 1 -.- 'A' 4 .5 .. " ,-,-.1 '- . ! A " -'eg X I ' .' :Q '4 ,. S ."N' 'Q fn" ' ' ' ., 5, vw- 2 s ' i ' Q - fa 2 J " '. Q it-i ft Y I I, 1 N as ' ,sw ff? 5 , f , A J' 4' ' Q is i R " ff 'e : N , . l Wesley Hesters, Valdosta, Ga. Raymond Hickman, Sycamore, Ga. Gary Hicks, Thomasville, Ga. Dianne Holleman, Smyrna, Ga, Cynthia Hollingsworth, Whlgham, Ga Larry Holmes, Valdosta, Ga, Shirley Holt, Colqultt, Ga. Eleanor Anne Holton, Camilla, Ga. Gail Hood, Tatton, Ga. Barbara Howell, Waycross, Ga. Charles G. Howell, Jr., Lakeland, Ga Larry Hysler,Albg1ny,Ga .fwfg-v 9 Ginny Griffin, Valdosta, Ga, Colby Grogan, Camilla, Ga, Linda Gross, Newburgh, New York Bill Guest, Callahan, Fla. Ralph Hammond, Enigma. Ga. Cathy Hard, Orlando, Fla, Sue Hargett, Brunsw1ck,Ga. Myron Harper, Alapaha. Ga. Rosa Haynes, Valdosta, Ga. Susan Henderson, Blackshear, Ga Kathy Hendon, Atlanta, Ga. Merry Herring, Warner Robins, Ga yi., -gs, 4:-N - '75 ll "" P s-2 ,V ,Q . , , 1' W WWW? Nw' fvs 'Z ',-s. if ' f' . f Yzgp L.. wwe 3 0 'anvil as .1 iw. . ,,, -v-L .. TP -KA? wav new ,xii A ,, -L iv , ,as 1 'X xi ,wwf-:g,f1'f,4 , il 2 1 , - '11 I-Q 259 ,xi D, ..-gd 'VM --1 is v-V 1 K 193 TT? y' li ,fr Sandi Hysler, Albany, Ga. Jan James, Lyons, Ga, Julie Johnson, Waycross, Ga, Stan Johnson, Thomasville, Ga William B. Kent, Valdosta, Ga. Darrell Kirkland, Hanna, Ga. Dick Kitchens, Byromvulle, Ga. Linda Lamek, Pine-view, Ga. Charles Lang, Sylvester, Ga. Larry Lee, Lakeland, Ga, Dixon Lester, Bainbridge, Ga. Sharon Lincoln, Valdosta. Ga. Barbara Livingston, Tilton, Ga Ruth Livingston, Waycross, Ga Terri Lowe, Perry, Ga. Margaret Lundy, Miami, Fla. Beverly McDonald, Ame-rlci us, Ga, Rose McDonald, Brumsvvmk, Ga John McDuffie,Abbev1IIe.Ga, June McElmoyle, Mnqmm. Fla Randy H. McEIvey, Valdosta, Ga. Robin McGhin, Valdosta, Ga. Susan McLaughlin, Nloultrue, Ga. Sallie McLendon, Tallahassee, Fla. KX! Robert McLaughlin, Ft. Puerce, Fla, Luceil McMillan, Valdosta, Ga. Regina McRae, Thomasville, Ga. Johnell Maltby, Palatka, Fla. '57 x Nui' B xt , wt' Ni, N Cf? I ,Y r"'f R' " F 'lf"!ff." was - '. It tal iff U 1 f' fx' ' ' , 'K D5 3 l 14. 9. 3' ' ' .l" , li' " l f , i 9, M1 -4 1'9" 5i3s1 W ' 1 . 4 , Big , gg' 1.5! ffl: W V R nv ,, 1 C' ' 'TTY' X- I ' ,A flu s BAY ,... Q7 fi AV' ...HJ 4 1, ,E Marcia Owens, Spanish Fort, Ala Mary Pate, Valdosta, Ga. Ginger S. Paulk, Valdosta, Ga. Mary Poythress, Macon, Ga. Frances Penland, Waycross, Ga. Charles Perry, Climax, Ga. Ed Perry, Nasl'1vlIIe,Ga. Candler Pierce, Lakeland, Ga. Emmett Pipkins, Valdosta, Ga. Dottie Pittman, Carrollton, Ga. David W. Pitts, Cordele, Ga. Teran Pollner, Jacksonville, Fla. 3, rf l lfffj lvl ferr- ' Phoebe Maxwell, Rydal, Ga, Diane May, Leesburg, Ga, Minnie G. Monroe, Ashburn, Ga Cynthia Moore, Tilton, Ga. Louise Moore, Griffin, Ga. Luellen Moore, Georgetown, Ga, Wayne Morris, Valdosta, Ga. Bradley NeSmith, Pelham, Ga, Walter Newsom, Valdosta. Ga. Dee Dee Noel, Valdosta, Ga. Rhonda Nolan, Ocllla. Ga. Larry North, Hahlra, Ga, ,, , ,, , "" se, A: 2 2, MW f-'gn ,xg is 'T gf f ff l D X .. 7QL ll.. ' f'-B' 3-IE l95 C? iff- ' v L .VV X 1 A fx 3 tw. ' T 17 .11-2 50 jvwwf- '- - --f-eq - -Vg , A Y W fQ 'hx ' X P hgzif, A K! '91 f I W is :K em . ff A M . 3: ,J 1' of 0 -as r,, '1 Y 'L ga' wt h wg, if. 'ff 'wi' ff 'aff - 5,511 'gy . v, if-L a Robert Seymour, Albany, Ga, Cathy Shaw, Clyattvllle, Ga. Sheila R. Shellield, Ochlocknee, Ga. Robert Shiver, Camllla, Ga. .lell Shoemaker, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Anne Smith, Homervllle, Ga. Calvin Smith, Macon, Ga. Barbara Snider, Apopka, Fla. Thomas Sorrells, Valdosta, Ga, Martha Soper, Valdosta. Ga. Jayne Spell, Lyons, Ga, Connie Spradley, Moultrle, Ga. 'fl X, , ,K 'fvx - ig 7,1 I96 Wesley Pope, Barwlck. Ga. Beverly Poppell, Atta pulgus, Ga Bruce Porter, Alexandrla, Va. Gail Quinn, Nashvllle, Ga, Sherry Reed, Doe-run, Ga. Benjamin Riggle, Valdosta, Ga. Margaret Riggle, Valdosta, Ga. Shirley Robinett, Sl'1eIImar1,Ga. Charles Runyon, Valdosta, Ga. Leslie Ann Rykard, Valdosta. Ga Judy Schramm, Nloultrle, Ga. Nance Scruggs, Valdosta, Ga. if .slid Y 9- Mya, lil 'Zi ...Q Raymond Stevenson, Macon, Ga Judy Strickland, Macon, Ga, David Stroupe,IV11amu, Fla. Susan Studebaker, Jacksonvulle, Fla, Rebecca Kaye Sykes, Barnesvnlle, Ga Deborah Tamargo, Tampa, Fla. Nancy Tanner, Lawrencev1IIe,Ga. Pat Taylor, Decatur, Ga. Teresa Taylor, Albany, Ga, Elease Thornton, Pearson, Ga. Peggy Thomas, Donalsonvulle, Ga. Jane Elizabeth Thrash, Newnan, Ga. Sara Tillman, Alma, Ga, Grayson Traviss, Winter Haven. Fla Vernon Twitty,Cam1lla, Ga Bobby Tyler, Valdosta. Ga, 'v Jeff Underwood, Macon, Ga, Brenda Vickers, Ambrose, Ga. Nadeen Wanatka, Atlanta, Ga, Gwen Waters, Arabs. Ga. Duane White, Camilla, Ga. Diane Wilder, Cairo, Ga, Ronnie A. Williams, Cordele, Ga. Carol Willoughby, Home-rvulle, Ga. Marcia Wright, Damascus, Ga, 67- K, Q-1 5:79 411 4' rf' Q PW if 4 ,N -s 1 L .via Becky Rushm Named Class Sweetheart ' 5 1 -e l "vi 43 t - :',:"f: O Q ef, 1 fl- e ,1 'Q "": 3 , ,, '19 ,Q -'xxxv-1 1 f 'N rx a ' lv fr 5 11,3 0 5- Q 'we 1' -Q iw. W. ."ux ,. 1 A F, 'K it Q 0 :YK ,c ."u,' sts "-1: an . 1 A rg E: 1 ..-:dl v o,..:,'Jl 5 .. ,,,,.10 4 Q f' :Q L George Adams, Tampa, Fha Tere Adams, Nloultrle, Ga Loretha Akins, Nasnvlllff CAT, Linda Albritton, Cordeln Gt, lris Allen, Tatton, G51 Jack Allen, Valdosta, Ga Laura Arnold, EUISOTT, Ga Mary Price Arrington, Cordele, Ga David Babcock, Valdosta, Ga Clint Baell, Attapulgus, Ga, Bruce Baker, Donalsonvllle, Ga, Liz Barcalon, Valdosta. Ga, Wanda Ann Barfield, Dawson, Ga, Teresa Barnett, Smyrna, Ga. Stephen Barr, Baldosta. Ga. Phillis Barry, Moultrle, Ga. Voniece Bass, Nloultrle, Ga. Roquette BataIo,Hal'1lra,Ga, Kaye Bateman, Sanford, Fla. Jarrell Baxley, Thornasvnlle, Ga, Wayne Baxter, l-lal1lra,Ga, Sharon Bean, Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Betty Bell, Adel, Ga. Linda Ka e Bell Tallahassee Fla Y T V A Carolyn Bennett, Jacksonvllle, Fla. Fred Bennett, Valdosta, Ga, Larry Bennett, Adel, Ga. Tarrell Bennett, Wnlgham, Ga. Rebecca Berger, Hampton, Ga. Nell Best, Orlando, Fla. Mrs. .lean A. Black, Valdosta, Ga. Kay Blanton, Valdosta, Ga. Montine Bonner, Valdosta, Ga. Claude Brewster, Valdosta, Ga. Jo Bragg. Columbus, Ga. Ronald Branch, Ashburn, Ga, Carroll Brandon, Lee, Fla, Charlie Bob Bridges, Valdosta, Ga Dell Brinson, Oglethorpe, Ga, Dianne Broome, Catro, Ga, W' X? ' 4 1... n 0 9' Q -B -W of 'x 'Num t. A t A , ,J f'9m.., f J t . in I?- 3- ' Jr" -f meg A v'f r lv - 'L.kfA 7-1 Q 4.-rs K A 4.3 l 1' - .Y ,. -vig, .g, Vi A F, , 73' li' -5 5 f , I , fi" K! x .N 487' 1' no . A, . 1 of Q 1 1 fl 'F' . Q r 34, if x 'fmt .,,, , , a.'r Q1 W -1357...-X-.rf '- fm as Q 4 N, ,, Citgo Q., T ' A , - x fl , -4 -1- 1 200 1 X. 1' s ,IJ 1 Tvs .F ,,..4, sl L 2'r!fE"f Janelle Brown, McRae. Ga. Jefl Brown, Valdosta. Ga. Laura Brown, Blakely, Ga. Mary C. Brown, Macon. Ga. Rhonda Brown, Valdosta. Ga. Sara Brown, Qultman, Ga. Steve Brown, Albany. Ga. Martha Buckner, Ashe-vllle, N. Cathy Bull, Unadllla, Ga. Ann Bullard, Waycross, Ga. Brenda Burton, Waycross, Ga, . Dena Butler, Camllla. Ga. Gerald Butler Calro, Ga. , ,,,,, Ann Calmes, Jacksonvllle, Fla. Mark Camp, Ocala, Fla. ,. , .,,,.. .V-- ,. 1 ,X ,. T.-7 "r-1 5 -S' . 4. r -.1 1.17 n ' 7 T ? Q 'T' 1 ,joe V, Y ' I i f in if A A GN U f fi'fff1'. H 4' Q l 5 "' 'Q N, ' Mx X ff! A iq J ' IAA l X- .' Q, g ,,,Lf., 17' 7 4 E V Y A3 N ! 'L "F v .. I , -r - ff, l fb 3 Q f. Jr . ., 17 . K-,eq 4 .': 1 "3 M Marcus Campbell, Valdosta. Ga. Kay Cannon, Abbevllle, Ga. Leon Cardwell, Nloultrle, Ga, Dwight Carter, Hazlehurst, Ga. Barbara Cato, Doe-run, Ga, Sue Chambers, Nloultrle, Ga, James E. Chapman, Jr., Smyrna. Ga Dot Clark, Decatur. Ga. Jo Nell Clark, Tallahassee, Fla. Wayne Clark, Waycross, Ga. Lundy Clarke, Mlaml, Fla, Cathy Clary, Cordele, Ga, Marcia Cobb, Gainesville, Fla. Marsha Cohen, Albany, Ga. Danny Melvin Coley, Ocllla, Ga. Donna Collier, Nloultrle, Ga. Sharon Collier, Valdosta, Ga, Cherri Collins, Atlanta, Ga. Carlile Conner, Hllllard, Fla. Carol Cooper, Qultman. Ga Liza Cooper, Moultrle, Ga. Connie Cranford, Albany. Ga. Lynda Crowder, Grlffln, Ga. Billy Crusenberry, Macon, Ga. Gary Cserpnyak, Bethleham, Penn. 5 '- 4-Q Carla Culbreth, Vvaycross. Ga. Claire Culpepper, Cordele. Ga. Ruth Daunt, Albany. Ga Charlotte Cunningham, Valdosta, Ga. If 7 ! Billy Davis, Macon. Ga. Carol Davis, Albany, Ga. James Michael Dean, Smyrna, Ga. Kelly Dees, Valdosta. Ga. Robert De Graaf, St. Petersburg, Fla, Derreth Deloach, Valdosta, Ga. Margaret DeVane, Qultman, Ga. Mary DeVane, Cordele. Ga. Nina Dial, Albany, Ga. Wanda Dill, Chatsworth, Ga. Beth Dixon, Blackshear, Ga. Maxine Dixon, Blackshear. Ga. Y Q. J- .x""" - 2, ffl'-av - 1 ' in . ,s 1 ' ' v' U-A 3 X 0--'T ' iv 1 I if it, Q 791 4 .rf , , ,f f ,V g ,Q-i-nge. . rf ' ff? I 'va 4' x ' Q if 'U'IX!2' .Y mf.-wi I ,ff 75: xx' X xx ,gg,,. A V -133, N 4, A Y t -in 1. l '37' 25 vig? 8, ,, , 5 , 1, . sg 4. 'JK a- ni? 'A X u Rodney Dobrzynski, Union, N.J. Johnny Dorough, Cordele. Ga. Becky Doss, Albany, Ga. Richard Downer, Dawson, Ga. Bobby Downing, Donalsonville, Ga Beth Dugger, Valdosta. Ga. Karen Eager, Valdosta, Ga. Steely Edenield, Wadley, Ga. Vaughan Edmondson, Barney, Ga Cynthia Elk, Chamblee, Ga. Linda Elrod, Pelham, Ga. Becky Etheridge, Smyrna. Ga. Turner Eubanks, Pelham. Ga. Linda Evans, Valdosta, Ga. Margaret Evans, Statenville, Ga. Marcia Fain, Decatur, Ga. Judith A. Faulkner, Fitzgerald. Ga. Peter Foss, Atlanta, Ga. Larry Foster, Griffin, Ga. Kitty Gamble, La keland, Fla. Linda Garner, Moultrie, Ga. Alan Garrison, Ray City, Ga. Russell Geare, Frazer, Pa. Leonard Gebase, Vineland. N.J. -q5g-vnxT- an l -j P Y- R, 'Q M . 2,7 N Q 'al lu .517 JW' Q2 A ! .ax 1 fl lr 'ucv' T i ,Q 81 X w J M, " A alfa., '25, T 5: "1-"iw Qr'1" fr in ' .21 ,Wav ,UE l if f1sf1.r?.f5-r7 - '71 . g Y A X I x .- x , 2' N ,, X y , T? Julie Gentry, Kingsland, Ga Kathleen Gleason, Valdosta, Ga. Judy Golden, Dawson. Ga, Patsy Gordon, Macon, Ga. Clarence Gosier, Qultman, Ga. Betty Jane Gray, Colqultt, Ga. John E. Green, Jacksonville, Fla. Meg Greenway, Atlanta, Ga. Sylvia Gresham, Waynesboro, Ga, Sharon Griffin, Valdosta, Ga. Judy Grondahl, Valdosta. Ga. Ronnie Greene, Atlanta, Ga, Pamela Guice, Lakeland, Ga. Brenda Hall, Macon, Ga. Deborah Hall, Valdosta, Ga. Nancy Hamlin, Albany. Ga, Jan Hamrick, Waycross. Ga. Lynn Hardin, Cordele. Ga. Becky Harris, Morven, Ga, Dow Harris, Pelham, Ga. Eugenia Harris, Macon, Ga. Gail Harris, Waycross, Ga. John W. Harris, Adel, Ga. Karen Harris, Jesup, Ga. Nancy E. Harris, Jasper, Ga. Norma Harris, Valdosta. Ga. Pat Harris, Macon, Ga. Anita Hatcher, Waynesboro, Ga. Jim Hathaway, Valdosta. Ga, Michael Hattaway, Waycross, Ga. William R. Haycke, Atlanta, Ga. Sue Hedrick, Albany, Ga, Beverly Helleman, Pelham, Ga, Claudia Henderson, East Point, Ga Dudley Hendry, Blackshear, Ga, Ann Herrin, Waycross, Ga. Jimmy Herrin, Waycross, Ga. Greg Hickman, Ashburn, Ga. Lynn Hodge, Valdosta, Ga. Laura Hodges, Blakely, Ga. ,g A f. . H, E . 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Mac Neill, Atlanta, Ga, Charles Macon, Greensboro, Fla, Betty Mains, Eatonton, Ga, Bill Malsberger, Jacksonvllle, Fla Jimmy Manning, Brunswlck, Ga, Johnny Leon Martin, Adel, Ga, Kenn Martin, Camilla, Ga. Russell Martin, Jesup, Ga. Joe Massey, Valdosta. Ga, Charles Matthews, Barnesvllle, Ga Marilyn Matthews, Decatur, Ga, Karen Maturi, Valdosta. Ga Charlotte McClain, Sevllle, Ga, Sharon McClain, Frankfort. Germany Wayne McCIamry, Qultrnan, Ga. Roberta McColskey, Lake Cnty, Fla Gretchen McCoy, Voldosta. Ga Sherron McDanial, Jacksonvllle, Fla Michel McElroy, Atlanta, Ga, Danis McKibben, Wunter Haven, Fla Cullin Meredith, Klngsland. Ga Barbara Miller, Atlanta. Ga Patricia Miller, lr'or1Clty.Ga Nancy Mitchell, Galnsvllle. Fla. Patricia Mitchell, Cordele. Ga. Diane Mooney, Atlanta. Ga. Jo Carol Moore, Nashville, Ga. Frances Morgan, Unadllla. Ga. Wanda Morrell, Pelham, Ga. Connie Morris, Valdosta. Ga. Amanda Morrison, Pelham, Ga. Clay Mulford, Valdosta. Ga. Anna Murphy, Moultrie, Ga, Robert M. Murphy, Jesup, Ga. Patricia Ann Myddelton, Valdost Linda Newkam, Valdosta. Ga. Tommy Norman, Moultrie, Ga. Barbara Norton, Savannah, Ga. a.Ga. l Vai. ,,,,,,wf,W,5,?, 7. 1 , y Q " 33 ' l ' 3 , . 5 11" -34 I , .Q x 11 L ff .5 in . Lf.,- ,f.,f fj I nr' " A 2 'T ,, S-' 2 1-' f - -.' XX , E l- X 4 . 1, . J fs . 1-. , j 5' a "' .ics pg 'I 3 . 4 -' -3 , 'H' If A 1 . 'C ' .. 1, ff 1, ., B F .-N P. it A Ml I ' 1 ' " 4 .r n .,t K-v , - 1 - ..-1-' , A if ff' fav Y r 3' f 2.0 1 'B v-' 'v ..- 4 av ! Q15 1 J 'Q +5 l f KX 1 ,f..".Z1' X. , I -' .av ' 0? y w. ' X -E, :ff ,. in X -r .J ' W. Y , " qi ? . jf dew K . Q , Z 'fc f X. -.ff 'K-,.,,f l Q " X 'Q K' Q .j J '-" v AE! TTY Q Kenneth Norton, Valdosta. Ga, Susan Nussbaum, Valdosta, Ga. Nancy Nutt, Valdosta. Ga. Helen Odom, Vienna. Ga. Birgitta Olsson, Hasleholrn. Sweden Wanda 0'Quinn, Valdosta. Ga. Billy Overstreet, Baxley. Ga. Margi Pafford, Nashville. Ga, Karen Parker, Wadley. Ga. David Parrish, Thomasville. Ga. Mark Patrick, Eastpolnt, Ga. Sue Patterson, Bainbridge. Ga. Ginger Peagler, Manor. Ga. Jane Pearson, Dawson. Ga. Gary Peed, Arlington. Va. Pamela Peterson, Miami. Fla. Pete Peterson, Washington, D.C. Janice Phillips, Waynesboro. Ga. Charles Pilcher, Meigs. Ga. Martha Pittman, Atlanta. Ga. Gary Pitts, Doerun, Ga. John Plowden, Valdosta, Ga. Stevie Playmale, Qultman. Ga. Angelia Ponder, Waycross. Ga. 0-'47 , , xiii! ,ag Y? I , 0-1 its 99581 f-5. fi fl -wr 14. 'UH il ,-ff ,, I -g 'Y - J A-wr, G' - A 47? X it -15,-sem 1 Q "xv i Vs- I I x m hx .M M it E . 1 V an ' -A 'rv 'rf , fl 2 Qt ' 1 ,.g . fs? ' 3, P fi 3, 'fi W 5 I if ,iii fa qi 3 ,, jim, M X , 'vs .Je . ,A "F, C 2' .' 4 ' , . yr I xxx 1 A. ' U ' Lt , ,' b f n e , 1 XI X: Y - 'l lv. - T - ,.,, l Q M 0 " -3 -4 , y , .. 9 :Q 4? I 7 ' x 1 yn' 41' xx 'Ns f . in 1 4 'yx g-' ig, Q-1:5 Z- fni X fr 'J dz Ricky Pounds, Gruftln, Ga Donna Powell, Waycross, Ga, Nancy Powell, Louusvulle, Ky, Julie Power, Nevvnan, Ga Jan Powers, Jesup, Ga. Steve Pramick, Bethlehan, Penn, Donald Prieur, Sarasota. Fla, Sammie Pyle, Blakely, Ga Patricia Quinn, Norfolk, Va, Ann Rabon, Valdosta, Ga, Terry Ragon, Tavares, Fla, Sheila Ray, Valdosta. Ga. Linda Reddick, Valdosta, Ga, Robert Reichart, Thomasvnlle, Ga, Karen Register, Jacksonvulle, Fla, Lowell Renfroe, Quatman, Ga. Deborah Riley, Manchester, Ga, Connie Ritchie, Iron Cnty, Ga, Kirk Rivenbark, Waycross, Ga. Charles Wellington Robbins, Hom Yvonne Roberge, Mnamn, Fla, Joseph Roberson, Screven, Ga, Lynn Roberts, Pelham, Ga. Erby Robertson, Thomasvnlle. Ga, Tommy Robertson, Valdosta, Ga. Roy Rogers, Valdosta, Ga, Helene Roland, Bruttany, France Janet Roper, Montezuma. Ga, Deborah Rose, Wnlmnnton, Del, Nancy Ross, Mulner. Ga, Nell Roundtree, Adel, Ga, Cathy Ryle, Waycross, Ga. Patricia Sanders, Savannah, Ga Jacqueline Sapp, Attapulgus, Ga Rena Scoggins, Stone Mt, Ga. Regina Scott, Orlando, Fla. Joan Seago, Valdosta. Ga, Angela Seckinger, Macon, Ga Lynn Sepulveda, Valdosta, Ga, Vince Settle, Waycross, Ga. ervulle . N" 3, fi 4 ' 1 I- ' . ' -Q B Q: 2. A .. , 'S' "' . ' ' gf N a. 1 V- ' 73' - S, v '..1- A ' I Q Y' V 'X-,xi 'X' . rf 1 , In , , s - , 2 f 0- ,- r- -w.. I' v f , e 7 v 9 ,Gt n x n "1 G ' ,fx - H mf? " 7, ,bu X, r Q-7 . ' A xr, ' ll I .B 1 AZ, 4 i Philip Smith, Enigma, Ga. xl Rilla Smith, Griffin, Ga. ll Willie Smith, Valdosta, Ga. l Tommy Southwell, Valdosta, Ga. l Wyatt Spann, Hazelnurst, Ga. Joy Spell, Lyons, Ga. Steve Spurlock, Valdosta, Ga. Patricia Stancato, Westchester, Penn. Jack Staten, Statenvllle, Ga. Susan Stevens, lVlacon, Ga. Leilani Stieb, Albany, Ga. Jerry Strickland, Statenvllle. Ga. Susan Strickland, Cobbtown, Ga. ' Mike Strom, Valdosta, Ga. , Beverly Sumner, Sylvester, Ga. I Janet Swint, Milner, Ga. ,l Frank Sylvester, South Bound Brook, N.J. Barbara Taylor, Valdosta. Ga. Gail Taylor, Metter, Ga, Richard Taylor, Kennett Square, Penn. Tony Tayton, Colqultt, Ga. Maruene Thigpen,Blacksl1ear,Ga, Frances Joan Thomas, St, Marys, Ga. R. B. Thomas, Waycross, Ga, Bessie Thompson, Valdosta, Ga. 'Tas' -,47 1" - ' . ,.:,,,w.W, ,- if ,dir - If' ..:.. ,Mfr -lf N' I i " f I , . ' T I J , e?"i, ' , ' -2 x, 'M", e A fm I - gg, . K rj? " - am B 1. ,till LL Steven Seyfried, Valdosta. Ga. Susan Shenton, Valdosta, Ga. Suzi Shingler, Valdosta, Ga. Steve Shiver, Adel, Ga. Rosemarie Silvi, Albany, Ga. Darlyne Sims, Hampton, Ga. Fred Sims, Valdosta. Ga. David Sinclair, Valdosta. Ga. Jim Slaughter, Ca rtersville, Ga. Bobby Sloan, Waycross, Ga. Bill Smith, Atlanta, Ga, Clemie Jo Smith, Wa uchula, Fla. Dianna Smith, Bainbridge, Ga. Janice Smith, Albany, Ga. Merril Smith, Jasper, Fla. ,, Y-Y..,1sf-fe V ,ea f. all .Ji r J I x L If 41' ' 2 af 'Z' K X 4 yr Q' . X fb " , Cf, z ' W I 1, V ,f ' t .'5'w " " ' ' I 'L 1: ,1 ' ,f . ff- ff . I w Q 1,7 v dial! 4, 1, - .,.. 1 an A, v Q 'G i Q9 . 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Georgianna Wilson, Falrburn, Ga, Vickie Wilson, Bellglade, Fla. Linda Wise, Savannah, Ga. Stuart Witham, Atlanta, Ga. Cheryl Wood, Tampa, Fla, Ward Worsham, Camllla. Ga, Margaret Wright, Cordele, Ga, Eddie Wynn, Jennlngs. Fla John Zetterawer, Statesboro. Ga, Bill Zimmermann, lndlanapolls, Ind Richard Zipperer, Valdosta, Ga, Joanne Zwerner, Atlanta, Ga, I .4 it , I ,,g,33j,y A Qljifgg ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY C PFTDATZT-::tl '- ':':. .fd-fb -.. f o Q ZIIE73 "South Georgia's Largest and most , complete . . jllllbly Wrfrrvfonltt DEPARTMENT STORE sruolos AND PLANTS: , """"i""" ""- CATALOG CENTER Cambridge, Md. 174-I . Topeka, Kun. Visalia, cum. AUTO CENTER Satisfaction guaranteed AMERICAN YEARBOOK COMPANY Dan Troy or your money refunded REPRESENTATIVE '25 FIVE POINTS CENTER ' I-III R . 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SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK GIRARDIN JEWELERS MARTHA'S FEMININE FASHIONS BEST WISHES From Your School Photographer 9 MOLman 6 sruolo AND CAMERA SHOP "Every+hing Phoiographicf' PorIrai+ure Commercial Weddings Phofo Finishing Cameras-Films-Supplies and Pic+ure Frames IIO Wesf Cen+raI Avenue PHONE 242-4503 'CT I .-3.-A ,431 V:-ZH F "WI , : fr :ff 'I .v " x . 1 I gp r-1 ,G 'Q'14,A. - . -1 4 , Q liz . , U, I X14 DI: A 'gl' dt, L HJ z Nfrgi ' U1 A ., , , - -. 1 1. fa-"' -- ,V I" . . . l . ,,., x 4' 1 ,, .- 1' - 1. . v ml 1 ,'g ,I J . ,Ji ,' x- ... i' All J -l ' ' 4 rbi: 'J mn- fi fl ,O J? 5 Y ,,' gf,,if 'T f will . gf" i g N ff? . w Q05 a- 7' fm 1 ,' ! . fu '9 ll A AW? iii., S :iii Fiil 'E The story of a year-the conflicts, confronta- tions, contributions and conquests could not pos- sibly be revealed between the covers of a simple book. For each individual at Valdosta State Col- lege, the story is dillerent and scope varied. How- ever, I sincerely hope that we have captured Val- dosta State College, 1968, as you would like to remember it. Many long hours of planning and pro- duction have been given in hopes we may bring to you the story of a very progressive and memorable year-a year that is now part of the proud heritage of Valdosta State College. My special thanks go to Dan Troy, American Yearbook Company representative, Fluker G. Ste- wart, annual advisor: members of the College Re- lations stall, Larry Bookman, our photographer, the Valdosta Daily Times and the annual stall and others whose ellorts and assistance were so in- valuable to the publication of this book. ln closing, we pay tribute to the memory of live fellow students, Kitty Sims, Lawrence Martin, Thomas Williams, Jr., Robert Lockington and Michael Rice, who were killed either in combat in Viet Nam or in accidents during the past year. 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