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for 1962 . . . 




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COLUMNS 



Athens College 
Athens, Alabama 




Frances M. Chambers 
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ATHENS COLLEGE 

a liberal arts college 

1822 

Athens Female Academy 
founded by patriotic citizens 

1843 

Raised to college level 
under Methodist patronage 

First college building. 

Founders Hall (1842.-3), 

still used for classes 

Unbroken service since 18ZZ 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS * 

Introduction 1 * 

Administration 10 

Faculty 14 

Staff 22 

Seniors 30 

Juniors 44 

Sophomores 55 

Freshmen 65 

Organizations 86 

Features 114 

Activities 134 ^ 

Athletics 144 * 

Advertisements 158 



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DEDICATION 



The COLUMNS Staff is proud to dedicate the 1962 
COLUMNS to Mrs. Frances Murrell. 

We feel that you, Mrs. Murrell, have been a most 
gracious influence during our college years. Your in- 
terest, your guidance, and your help in all the phases of 
campus life have endeared you to us. 

It is with deepest thanks that we dedicate this an- 
nual to you, Mrs. Frances Murrell. 

Frances M. Chambers 
Editor, the COLUMNS 



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Dear Students: 

Many of you, as I, came to Athens College almost three years ago. Together, 
we have witnessed many changes. 

Let us briefly reminisce about some major happenings during this period. 
These have come about because of a cooperative effort by a team made up of 
students, faculty, trustees, alumni, and friends of Athens College. 

Enrollment: Increased from 127 to 351 in the day school (from 26 to 125 
in resident students). The fall quarter 1961 enrollment reached a total of 375 
day and night students — the highest in the history of the school. 

Academic changes were: B. S. degree was added in Education; foreign 
language was added to degree requirements. Admission standards were raised and 
the pre-ministerial training program was revised. 

New programs were: Two years in Electronic and Instrument Technology, 
full-time counseling and guidance for all day students, two years of Basic En- 
gineering, and Fullbright Teacher Exchange through U. S. State Department. A 
full-time Director of Public Relations was added to the staff. A campus chapter 
of Circle K was organized. 

Building improvements included: Rearrangement of use of four buildings; 
spending $76,000 on repair and redecoration of buildings and campus improve- 
ments; addition of four acres of land to the campus by draining, filling, and 
grading lower portion of property; addition of three asphalt tennis courts; buying 
one acre additional land for locating a new girls' dormitory; building and furnish- 
ing a new dormitory to house fifty girls at a cost of $200,000; paying for a new 
president's home through special gifts of friends of college. A total of $60,000 
worth of laboratory equipment was added to the Science Hall and $11,000 worth 
of equipment to other departments. Space in the library was enlarged to accomo- 
date 3,500 more books. Air conditioning was installed in the library and dining 
hall. 

A Development Program has been approved by the Board of Trustees of 
the college. This program calls for enough buildings and faculty to accomodate 
750 day and 250 night students by the fall of 1970. 

Thus, we plan for your Alma Mater to continue to serve the youth of the 
land as the need arises. 

Virgil McCain 
President 



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JAMES E. BATHURST 
Academic Dean 



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LAWRENCE F. EDWARDS 
Dean of Students 




E. L. McFEE 

College Chaplain 




GORDON G. STARR 
Dean of Admissions 




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NORMAN H. ANDERSON, A.B., M.A. 
Physics 



HAROLD W. BASS, B.S. 
Mathematics 




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OBA E. BELCHER, B.S., M.A. 
Coach, Physical Education 



BARBARA J. BROOKS, A.B., M.A. 
Secretarial Science 



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RICHARD W. BRYAN, Ph.B., M.S., Ph.D. 
Business Administration 



MARVIN L. CARTER, B.S., M.S. 
Mathematics and Physics 





WILLIAM R. DENISON, B.M., M.M. 
Music 



LAWRENCE F. EDWARDS, A.B., M.F.A. 
Art 



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GEORGE EDMUND EWING, A.B. 
Journalism, Director of Public Relations 




RUDOLPH K. FESTA 
Doctor of Philosophy, Mathematics 





SAM L. GREENWOOD, A.B., Ph.D. 
Foreign Languages 



WILLIAM C HANNAH, B.S., M.A. 
Psychology 



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MARTHA D. HOWELL, A.B., M.A., Ed.D. 
Education 



HERBERT L. HUGHES, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
English Literature 





ROBERT E. KRIBBS, A.B., B.D. 
Rehgion 



MARY EVELYN McMILLAN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
English 



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ACTON E. MIDDLEBROOKS, A.B., B.D., 

M.A., Ph.D. 

Religion 



FRANCES C. MURRELL, B.S.. M.A. 
English 





ANGELINE NAZARETIAN, B.S., M.A. 
Health and Physical Education 



PAUL H. NEAL, A.B., M.A. 
Speech and Drama 



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LORAINE B. PABST, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
History 



GORDON S. RICKS, A.B., M.A. 
Economics and History 





DAVID L. ROSENAU, JR., A.B., J.D. 
Business and Social Science 



FRIEDHELM ROSENAU 

Doctor of Philosophy 

Geography, Foreign Languages 



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ALVAH L. ROWE, B.M.E., M.S. 
Physics 



WILLIAM A. SHORT, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. 
Chemistry 





VIRGIL PAUL SNOW, JR., A.B., M.A. 
Biology 



GORDON G. STARR, A.B., M.A. 
Education 



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LLOYD O. STONE, A.B., MA. 
Mathematics 



ALEXANDER E. STREIT, B.B.A., LL.B. 

LL.M., C.P.A. 

Business 





CHARLES C. WEST, A.B., B.D. 

Religion and Sociology 



CARLTON D. WHITT, A.B., M.S. 
Chemistry 





ARLEY R. CAMPBELL 

Custodian 



HALLIE H. CARSON, A.B., A.B., M.A. 
Head Librarian 





CLEO C. CHRISTOPHER 
Dietician 



MYRTLE H. COPELAND 
Manager of Student Center 



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ETHEL B. GRAY 

KATY C. HARRISON 
Dining Hall Assistants 



JAMES HAKRlbUN 
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 





EPSIE E. HORN 
Assistant Librarian 



MILDRED H. McLAIN 
Receptionist 



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VELMA G. NUGENT 
Head Resident, Sanders Hall 



MARY MOORE PHILLIPS, B.S. 

Executive Secretary, Alunini Association 





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ETOLE PEARCE 
Head Resident, Brown Hall 



MARTHA A. PORTER 
Secretary to the President 



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ALMA P. PURYEAR 
Assistant Registrar 



BETTY B. ROGERS 
Assistant to the Dean 





DOROTHY H. SEXTON 

Assistant to the Dean 



GLADYS B. WARD 

Manager of Bookstore 



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MARY H. WHITE 
Bursar 



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CLASSES 



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BILLIE BOOKER BAKER 

Huntsville, Alabama 
Physics and Math 

WILLIAM RUSSELL 
BARTHOLOMEW 

Birminghiim, Alabama 

Business Education 

President Senior Class; Vice President 
Circle K Club; Football Intramural Chair- 
man; Baseball Team; Dormitory Council; 
Elections Committee; Intramural Associ- 
ation. 





BILLY GAY BASS 

Athens, Alabama 
Math and Science 

LAMAR BAUER 
Athens, Alabama 
Science 



ERNEST SLOSS BEATTIE, JR. 

Athens, Alabama 

Art 

Reprrtentative Sophomore Class to S.G.A.; 
President Junior Class; Public Relations Of- 
ficer of Athens College Players; Vice Presi- 
dent of Athens College Choir; Co-Chair- 
man of Spirit Committee; Athens College 
Players; Athens College Choir; Intramural 
Football; Intramural . Basketball; Intramural 
Softball; Spirit Committee. 

RAY BLANKENSHIP 
Huntsville, Alabama 
Business Administration 
Freshman Representative to S.G.A. 



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AUBREY EUGENE BOYLES 
Athens, Alabama 
Business Administration 

DORIS CARPENTER BROOKS 

New Hope, Alabama 
Elementary Education 
S.G.A. Social Committee. 



HUBERT E. BURLESON 
Decatur, Alabama 

Accounting 

WILLIAM A. CAMP 

Wadley, Alabama 
Music Education 
Athenian Quartet. 





BILLY CHARLES CAMPBELL 

Athens, Alabama 

Biology 

Treasurer of Junior Class; Intramural 

Champion. 

CLIFFORD CAMPBELL, JR. 

Decatur, Alabama 
Business 



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DARLENE APPLETON 
CHENOULT 

Decatur, Alabama 
Social Studies 

LEACIE GILBERT CLEM 

Athens, Alabama 
Business Education 




SARAH D. CORDER 

Lester, Alabama 

Business Administration 

Secretary of the Sophomore Night Class. 

WILSON PRYOR CORDER 

Athens, Alabama 
Mathematics 



JACKIE COULTER 

Austinville, Alabama 

Physical Education 

Varsity Basketball; A Club; Representative 
of the Senior Class to S.G.A.; Physical 
Education Club Vice President. 

JAMES L. CRAFTS 

Athens, Alabama 
Mathematics and Physics 



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WILLIAM WOODSON DEERMAN 
Dutton, Alabama 
Physical Education 

Treasurer, Physical Education Club; In- 
tramural Official; A Club; Physical Edu- 
cation Club. 

JOE L. DOOLEY 

History 

Vice President of Circle K Club; Chairman 
of the Elections Committee; Dormitory 
Council; Business Manager of the Columns; 
Business Manager of the Athenians; Charter 
Member of the Circle K Club. 




WILLIAM CRUMBLEY 

RogersviUe, Alabama 
Graduate Student doing Special 
Work in Mathematics 

RAY LAMAR CRUMP 

Fairfield, Alabama 

Business 

Athens College Choir; Intramural Associ- 
ation. 





JERALD RAY DOUTHIT 
Athens, Alabama 
Business Administration 
Intramural Association. 

EDWARD STEPHEN 

DRAVECKY, JR. 
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 
History 

President of Sophomore Class; Vice Presi- 
dent Junior Class; Vice President Senior 
Class; Treasurer Athens College Choir; 
Treasurer and President Athens College 
Players; Chairman Spirit Committee; Circle 
K Board of Directors; Athens College 
Choir; Athens College Players; Delta Psi 
Omega; Executive Judiciary Council. 



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JAMES K. DRISKILL 
Henagar, Alabama 
English 

Executive Judiciary Council'; Junior Class 
Representative to the S.G.A.; Social Com- 
mittee Co-Chairman; Sergeant-at-Arms and 
Reporter of Sigma Tau Delta; Circle K 
Club; Phi Theta Kappa; Athenian Staff; 
Columns Staff; Cheerleader Alternate. 

ROBERT M. DRUMMONDS 

Gadsden, Alabama 
Business Administration 





FRANK ELLIS 
Athens, Alabama 
Chemistry 

MYRTLE EVANS 
Athens, Alabama 

Elementary Education 



STANLEY ARLIN FIELDS 

Geraldine, Alabama 
Mathematics 

VIRGINIA SUZANNE FILLER 
Decatur, Alabama 
Elementary Education 

Reporter Freshman Class; Treasurer Sopho- 
rnore Class; Secretary S.G.A.; Co-Editor 
of Athenian; Spirit Committee; Athens Col- 
lege Choir; Coordinating Committee Chair- 
man; Athens College Players; Columns 
Staff; Intramural Association; Orchesis; 
Cheerleader; Beauty Review; Contestant 
for May Queen and Founders Queen. 



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JACQUELINE NICHOLSON 

FRANGIAS 
Augusta, Georgia 
Mathematics 

Executive Judiciary Council; Columns Staff; 
Intramural Association. 

JON THOMAS GAINES 
Boaz, Alabama 
Biology 



BILLY L. GARDNER 

Decatur, Alabama 
Business 

ROBERT LEE GARRETT, JR. 

Cochran, Georgia 
Elementary Education 






WILLIAM H. GIBSON 
Hartselle, Alabama 
Mathematics 

HUBERT GREENE 
Rogersville, Alabama 
Math and Chemistry 



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LYNWOOD BAXTER GREGG 

Elkmont, Alabama 
Mathematics 

MARGARET GREGG 
Athens, Alabama 
History 




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THOMAS R. HALCOMB 

Vina, Alabama 

Biology 

Athenian Staff; Circle K. Club. 

JOHNIE SUE HARBOUR 
Dora, Alabama 
Art and Education 

Secretary Junior and Senior Class; Pub- 
licity Chairman of M.SM.; Junior Class 
Editor of the Columns; Social Committee; 
M.S.M.; Athens College Players; Columns 
Favorite; Junior Representative of May 
Court. 



LELDON HARDIN, JR. 
Lester, Alabama 
History 

President of Pi Tau Chi; Pi Tau Chi; 
Ministerial Association. 

DOUGLAS B. HARDY 

Athens, Alabama 

English 

Sigma Tau Delta. 



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ERNEST A. HECKLER 
Decatur, Alabama 
Mathematics 

ALBERT LAYMAN HELTON 
Huntsville, Alabama 
Business Administration 



KOOROS HEMMATI 
Tehran, Iran 
Mathematics 

Circle K Club; Athens College Players; 
Intramural Association. 

WILLIAM BAYLIS 

HIGHTOWER, JR. 
Athens, Alabama 
Business Administration 

Second Vice President of 
Club. 



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ERMA C. HOLT 

Elkmont, Alabama 
Elementary Education 

JERRY DON HOSKINS 
Ontario, California 

Religion 



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FRANKLIN HOVELL 

Decatur, Alabama 

Graduate Student doing Special Work 

RONALD L. HUMPHREY 
Decatur, Alabama 
Business Administration 




CLARENCE B. LAUER 

Hartselle, Alabama 
Business 

EDWARD G. LILES 
Town Creek, Alabama 
Business 



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LINDA GAIL MADDOX 

Athens, Alabama 

English 

Secretar>' of Freshman Class; Business Man- 
ager of Athenian Staff; Athens College 
Choir; Social Committee; Athens College 
Players; Columns Staff; Spirit Committee; 
Sigma Tau Delta; Cheerleader. 

DON McELROY 

Gadsden, Alabama 
Social Science 



DARLEEN MEANS 
Decatur, Alabama 

Elemental^ Education 

VIRGINIA MILBURN 
Huntsville, Alabama 
English 




JANE O. MOORE 
Eastaboga, Alabama 
M.S.M.; Dormitory Council 

ALICE DILBECK NICHOLS 

Scottsboro, Alabama 
Elementary Education 



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TAMI NAKAUCHI OGLE 
Decatur, Alabama 
Education 

Vice President of Pi Tau Chi; Treasurer 
of Ministerial Association; Treasurer of 
Senior Class; Pi Tau Chi; Ministerial As- 
sociation. 

ZACK TAYLOR PERRY, JR. 
Decatur, Alabama 

Business 





EMMA PORTER PICKENS 

Danville, Alabama 
Elementary Education 

JAMES DAILY POWER 
Anniston, Alabama 
English 

First Vice President of Circle K Club; 
Vice President and President of Delta Psi 
Omega; Head Cheerleader; Athens Col- 
lege Players; Wesley Players; Intramural 
Association; Cheerleader; Columns Staff; 
Orchesis; Mr. Friendship; Best Actor 
Award; First Place Diving in Intramural 
Association Swim Met. 



ALFRED L. POWERS 

HuntsviUe, Alabama 
Physics and Math 

BOBBY JOE PROCTOR 
Decatur, Alabama 
Accounting 



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SALLY JEAN REDDEN 
Huntsville, Alabama 
Music 

JAMES P. RICHESON 
Russell\ille, Alabama 
Business 



GERALD D. ROBISON 

Trinity, Alabama 
Religion 

JAMES PAUL ROWE 
Huntsville, Alabama 
History 

President of Ministerial Association; Presi- 
dent of Junior Class; Ministerial Asso- 
ciation; Pi Tau Chi. 




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THOMAS ROBERT RUDDER 

Athens, Alabama 

Physical Education 

A Club; Physical Education Club; Var- 
sity Baseball. 

BOBBY GLENN SMITH 
New Hope, Alabama 
Business Administration 

Editor of Athenian; President of Wesley 
Players; Business Manager of the Columns; 
Vice President of Athens College Players; 
Vice President of Delta Psi Omega; Presi- 
dent of Sigma Tau Delta; Secretary of 
Circle K Club; Chairman of Elections Com- 
mittee; Vice President of Sophomore Class; 
Most Outstanding Freshman; Best Actor 
Award; Best Supporting Actor. 



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KENNETH WILSON STOREY 
Henagar, Alabama 
Physical Education 

Vice President of A Club; Physical Ed- 
ucation Club; A Club; Varsity Basketball 
and Baseball. 

CLEO D. TEAGUE 

Decatur, Alabama 
Business 




MACK VAN 
Capshaw, Alabama 
English 

ADELL SIMS WHITE 
Hartselle, Alabama 
Elementary Education 



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IRVIN ROGER WHITLEY 

Alexander City, Alabama 

English 

Vice President of M.S.M.; Vice President of 
Ministerial Association; Treasurer of Pi 
Tau Chi; Dormitory Council. 

JOHN TOLAN WHITTEN 

Hartselle, Alabama 

Religion 

Pi Tau Chi; Ministerial Association. 



ARTHUR E. WILLIAMS 
Huntsville, Alabama 
Physics and Math 

VANDON ROOSEVELT WINDSOR 

Hartselle, Alabama 

Religion 

Pi Tau Chi; Ministerial Association. 




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Alta Barnett 
Jim Bohner 



Lowe Bowling 
John Bradford 



Margaret Burnum 
Bob Cain 




Don Carter 
Frances Chambers 



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Harry Coates 
Nancy Cole 





Thomas Estes 
John Fogarty 



Steve Copeland 
Judy Culpepper 



Don Dowden 
Lola Edwards 




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James Hargrove 
William Hart 




John Hayes 
Rebecca Hayes 




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Joyce Kennamer 
Bob King 




Charles Koke 

Alvia Landers 



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Arthur B. Lightfoot 
Doris Loggins 





Harold Lyda 
Joyce Bryan Maples 



Jimmy Martin 
Charles Miller 



John Milliken 
Maebeth Mollberg 




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Carolyn Morring 
Mary Jane Moss 



Bob Newton 
Gail Noble 




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Richard Ray 
Bonnie Richardson 













Winfred Smithson 
Gordon Solmon 



Merrill Royal 
James Sandlin 



Gladys Shannon 
Jewel Smithson 



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Jack Swope 
Martha Stout 



Ed Templeton 
Barbara Thrasher 




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W. C. Wainscott 
Norman Westbrook 




Jesse M. Wilson 
Dianne Woods 



Gaylia White 
Bobby Whitsett 



Betty Joyce Whitson 
Ed Whitson 




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The S.C.A. May Day float. 



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Wayne Brown 
Doris Campbell 



Annelle Cantrell 
Ben Chenault 




Brenda Bradford 
Ronald Brock 




Charles Cunningham 



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Martha Daly 
Elaine Edmunson 




Cecil Gentle 
Neil Hamilton 



Nancy Hargrove 
Jerry Harrison 




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Loyd Hightower 
Melvin Hutto 



Gerald Jackson 
Dennis Johnson 



Kay Hess 
Martha Hicks 




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Patsy Jones 
Elizabeth Keys 



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Gene Larkin 
Joyce Leopard 


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Austin Miller 
O. D. Miller 



Boyd Lockard 
Wyman Logan 



Linda McCrary 
Charlie McPeters 




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Ken Ousley 
Tommy Palmer 




Jaxie Parham 
Thomas Parsons 



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Eddie Roy 
Betty Sandlin 




Phillip Sharp 
Harry Snoddy 




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Jerry Thomas 
Waites Truitt 



Charlotte Vessels 
Doris Vinson 




Ernest Tanner 
John Terry 




Linda Wales 
Mary Ellen Walters 



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While putting last minute touches on the Senior Class float, Jean Franks reveals her true self. 




MYF's "case the joint" as Gerald keeps a watchful eye on 
his "yellow stars." 



Marcia Adams 
Beverly Anders 





Larry Anders 
Mignon Andrews 



Jean Askew 
Douglas Atchley 



Ann Beattie 
Mary Earl Beattie 




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Jackie Berzett 

Kay Biddle 



Jeannie Black 
Larry Bonnell 



James Bell 
Berval Bennett 





Morris Bowers 
Evelyn Breedlove 



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Betty Brock 
Barry Bryan 





Brenda Bryant 
Sylvia Byrnum 




Barbara Carter 
Kay Carter 



Mack Campbell 
Patsy Campbell 




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Gary Collins 
Donald Conwell 



Gail Cottrell 
Joan Couch 




Bobby Coggins 
Don Collier 




Sammy Crow 
Martha Crump 



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Paul DeCelles 
Clifton DePreast 





Charles Dodson 
Chisholm Downs 



Jimmy Duncan 
Jo Anne Ellis 



Perk Ellis 
F. D. Folette 




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Linda Ford 
Jane Fountain 



John Giles 

Thomas Gladney 




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Thaddeus Green \ 

Jackie Greenhaw 





Sandra Hardwick 
Robert Harper 



Richard Hajek 
Mary Hamilton 



Tommy H amnions 
Tommy Hardison 




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Beatrice Hitt 

Kenneth Hogan 



John Holland 
Nickie Holland 




Charles Higginbotham 
Ruth Ann Hill 




Lane Horton 
Betty Hurst 



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Annette Lawrence 
Roger Leopard 



Judy Lewis 
Larry Looney 




Ivan Kolesinsky 
Russell Lance 




Mary Ann Lurie 
Scott Maples 



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Joe McDonald 
Kyle McWhorter 



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Bill Medal 
Marilyn Mitchell 




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Sarah Nicholas 
Gilbert Norman 



Brenda Olson 
Leverne Osborn 



Christy Morell 
David Morris 





James Overall 
Billy Owens 



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Diana Peet 



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Kenneth Prater 



Carol Raby 
Francille Rausin 



Charles Reynolds 
Brenda Richardson 




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Ruth Svestka 
Jack Summerford 




Foster Tate 
Stewart Thompson 



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Tommy Williamson 
Orville Woods 




Irene Mobley 
Shirley Ann Peek 




Charlotte Sisco 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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Dr. James E. Bathurst, J. 
Paul ' Rowe, Dr. A. E. 
Middlebrooks, Vandon R. 
Windsor, Angeline Nazare- 
tian, Tolan Whitten, Roger 
Whitley, Paul Neal, Dr. 
Lorraine Pabst, Mrs. Mary 
Moore Phillips, Leldon 
Hardin, Jr., Mrs. Tami Ogle, 
G. G. Starr. 



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Leldon Hardin, President 
Tami N. Ogle, Vice President 
Roger Whitley, Secretary-Treasurer 



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MEMBERS: 

Bill Jenkins, Dr. H. L. 
Hughes, Mel Hutto, Jim 
Driskill, Bobby Smith, 
Mrs. Phillips, Linda Mad- 
dox, Frances Chambers. 




SIGMA 
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OFFICERS: 

President: Bobby Smith 
Secretary-Treasurer: Frances Chambers 
Sergeant-at-Arms: Jim Driskill 



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Linda Maddox, Evelyn 
Breedlove, Micki Young, 
Bettye Whitson, Kitty 
Clift, Linda Wales, Mary 
Ellen Walter, Bob Smith, 
Suzanne Filler, Brenda Ol- 
son, Ross Jones, Merrill 
Royal, Kooros Hemmati, 
Elizabeth Keys, Frances 
Chambers, Ed Whitson, 
Jimmy Martin, Tommy 
Guice, John Milliken, Bob 
King, Charles Higgin- 
gotham. Bill Jenkins, Paul 
DeCelles, Mel Hutto, Ed 
Dravecky. 




OFFICERS: 

President: Ed Dravecky 
Vice Presidetit: Bob Smith 
Secretcirj: Mary Ellen Walters 
Treasurer: Frances Chambers 



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COLLEGE 
PLAYERS 



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Jimmy Martin, Paul Neal, 
Bobby Smith, Kitty Clitt, 
Day Power, John MiUiken, 
Angehne Nazaretian, Ed 
Dravecky, Frances Cham- 
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OFFICERS: 

President: Day Power 

Vice Piesident: Bobby Smith 

Secretary-Treasurer: Frances Chambers 



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MEMBERS: Ed Whitson, Stuart Thomson, 
Woodson Deerman, Jim Bonner, Ken Storey, 
Tommy Palmer, Jackie Coulter, Lee Helms. 



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MEMBERS: Jackie Frangias, Pat 
Powell, Jim Martin, Ed Dravecky, Turk 
Cunningham. 



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M.S.M. 



OFFICERS: 

President: 

Judy Culpepper 

Vice Piesiilenl: 
Roger Whitley 

Secretary: 

Evelyn Breedlove 

Treasurer: 

Brenda Richardson 

Publicity: 

Mel Hutto, Johnie Harbour 

Deputations Chairman: 
Nancy Cole 

Advisor: 
Dr. Short 



S.C.A. 



OFFICERS: 

President: Mel Hutto 
Vice President: Jim Martin 
Secretary: Margaret Burnum 
Treasurer: Ed Whitson 
Publicity: Pat Powell 
Advisor: Miss Ijlazaretian 





Jim Driskill, Bill Jenkins, Bill Haver, Jimmy Martin, 
Bobby Smith, Stewart Thompson, Nancy Martin, Pat 
Powell, Annelle Cantrell, Becky Hayes, Mary Ellen 
Walter. 



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HOUSE 
COUNCIL 



Julena Garren; Judy Culpepper; Roger Whitley; 
O. D. Miller; Jerry C. Ralph; Bill Bartholomew. 




SPIRIT COMMITTEE 




Patsy Jones; Mary Jane 
Moss; Mary Ann Lurie; 
Paulette Tipton; Jim Dris- 
kill; Bettye Whitson; O. 
D. Miller; Linda Wales; 
Suzanne Filler; Ed Dra- 
vecky; Becky Hayes; Mary 
Ellen Walter; Merrill 
Royal; Linda Maddox. 



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FACULTY EDITORS 

Tommy Guice 

Gail Noble 




Frances M. Chambers 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 



COLUMNS 



BUSINESS MANAGER 
Bobby Smith 



ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR 
Bill Jenkins 




STAFF MEMBERS 

James Overall, Nancy Cole, Bobby 
Smith, Frances Chambers, Margaret Bur- 
num, Jackie Frangias. 




STAFF 



SPORTS EDITOR 
Mel Hutto 



CLASS EDITORS 

Rebecca Scott, Suzanne Filler, Charles Higginbotham, Judy 
Culpepper. 





STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 




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LEE HELMS, PRESIDENT 
1961-1962 



^titbeni CioUernntent jAsscctattnn 
iAtl;ens, J^labama 
MoLl /, 1962 



SeAV-lyi^ Ljon. od. P'/ceyUxient of the, Siudeyit ^oue^tiVHe-nt. fU^icc- 
^Ut/tuJrt thi/i. ij&a/t. hoA. been an Inono^ and, p^uviLsjife,, Mlj j/}b haa, 
b&en made, an e,aAij one, beaanAe. 9 have had the. co-op eA,aAAjon of 
a, cab'lneZ that 'ihoAexL mif fe,eLinq. foA, -^Xudent jjeJLfoAje.^ and a, 
^Xndent bodij that wa^ inteAjeAZed- -m ^JjAxLent, qoueArm&nt 00^, 
DhAA, AjatjeAjeAX,y the, -^tudentA. of fltkem. Co-LLex^ hoA. ht theA^ 
cott&qAy i/i. luhat niakea. iX, ^^'iJuxnd tatV' among. 'M.oLL 'i.chooia.. 

DheAje. LLeA. ahe.ad a (fteaX. chaLLenqje.. People, oLL ooeA. 
f^meAAjoa,, a/ho lO-lLt wo^ ci have the ■^JjAduentA. mho have helped 
«e, aA£, eqyiaL to that chaLtenqe,, 

Vhe, fuiJj4AA beLorUfi. to tho-i.& u/ho took into -t/t . . . and 
betieve in iA,! ^Aom. the nindA. and hancLi. of people a/ho look 
ahead wiJU, conte, the. achLevenieyitA, u/hich wi^LL moAntaiji Rme/tixuL <i 
le,adeAAhip dMAJinxj. the ^eaA,\ ahead. Jlet. it, be ^oaA that:. heAje 
at. Rthejfu. CoLie^qe, the. machineAMf of p-^qAeAA. <JxaulL neoet, be 
encjoiAA.aq.eA to 4Jjxnd ^^t^LLL. 

9 aionid lAJte now to eXp^rjBAA. on behoLf of the Student 
^oueytruuent Cabinet onA. qAatitMdje fo-t having, been given the 
oppO'ttMniXif to pAomotA the. p^utqAjeAA of the -i^Mduent a)eX,faAje. 
of RthenA Cottege. and the. cc-opeJiation thaX, enchLed uia. to 

do 40, 

Xee heinui.y P-tjeAident 

Sipcdent <^oueAyMent, fUAOci.atix}n 




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President: 
Bill Haver 

Vice President: 
O. D. Miller 

Secretary: 

Mary Jane Bates 

Treasurer: 

Doris Campbell 

Representative: 
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SENIOR: 

Bill Bartholomew 
Jackie Coulter 

JUNIOR: 

Bill Jenkins 
Jim Driskill 

SOPHOMORE: 

Bill Haver 
Annelle Cantrell 

FRESHMAN: 

Dave Tucker 
George Rowe 

OFFICERS: 

Lee Helms 
Turk Cunningham 
Suzanne Filler 
Becky Hayes 





Bill Nabors, Lyle Funda- 
burk, Nancy Martin, 
Brenda Olson, Micki 
Young, Betty Whitson, 
Jackie Frangias, Bill 
Bartholomew, Martha 

Hicks, Judy Kilpatrick, 
Mary Hamilton, Diane 
Woods, Julena Garren, 
Stewart Thomson, Richard 
Ray, Jeff Smith, Morris 
Bowers, Jerry Gregg, Turk 
Cunningham, Bill High- 
tower, Charlie McPeters. 




INTRAMURAL 
ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS: 

Men's Chairman: Jerry Gregg 

W omen s Chairman: Judy Kilpatrick 

Secretary: Martha Hicks 



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OFFICERS: 

President: Harry Coates 

First Vice President: Turk Cunningham 

Second Vice President: Bill Hightower 

Secretary: Bobby Smith 

Treasurer: Shields Templeton 

Directors: John Giles, Bill Haver, Lee 
Helms, Bill Jenkins, Charlie McPeters, 
Stewart Thompson, Dave Tucker 



CIRCLE K CLUB 



MEMBERS: 

O, D. Miller, Stewart 
Thompson, Harry Coates, 
Ed Whitson, Bobby Whit- 
son, Bill Jenkins, Barry 
Bryan, Bobby Smith, Jim 
Martin, Turk Cunningham, 
Andy Smith, Tommy 
Guice, Jim Duncan, Lee 
Helms, Kooros Hemmati, 
Ed Dravecky, Charlie 
McPeters, John Milliken, 
George Rowe, Gene Smith, 
Shields Templeton, Bill 
Hightower, Rayburn 

Rogers, Ross Jones, Bill 
Haver. 



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Mary Hamilton, Judy Culpepper, Brenda Olson, 
Judy Kilpatrick, Diane Woods, Charles Yancey, 
Kenneth Storey, J. C. Ralph, Ed Whitson, Wood- 
son Deerman, Tommy Palmer, Bill Nabors, Jerry 
Gregg, Jim Bonner, Lee Helms, Jackie Coulter. 



PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

CLUB 




OFFICERS: 

President: Jim Bonner 
Secretary: Judy Kilpatrick 
Treasurer: Diane Woods 
Membership Chairman: Mar)' Hamilton 



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Don Dowden; Tami Ogle; 
J. H. Blaxton; Judy Cul- 
pepper; Roger Whitley; 
Dr. A. E. Middlebrooks; 
Tolen Whitten; Brenda 
Richardson; Ronald Brock; 
Sarah Summerford; Denny 
Johnston; Charles Miller; 
James Sandlin; Harold 
Lyda; Robert Sumerford; 
Charles Higginbotham; 
Vandon Windsor; William 
Hart; J. P. Rowe; Russell 
Lance; David Atkins; Mel 
Hutto. 




MINISTERIAL 
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President: Don Dowden 
Vice President: Roger Whitley 
Assist. Secretary: 

Mrs. Sarah Summerford 
Treasurer: Tami Ogle 
Program Chairman: Denny Johnston 
Faculty Advisor: Dr. A. E. Middlebrooks 



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Miss Athens College^ 
Mary Jane Moss 






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Mr. Athens Colleg( 
Tackie Coulter 










Beauties: 

Joan Couch, 
Mary Hamilton, 
Mary Jane Moss, 
Diane Woods 




Favorites: 

Mary Ann Lurie, 
Nanq^ Tucker, 
Martha Hiserodt, 
Judy Kilpatrick 



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' oan Couch 
Columns Beauty 




Mary DiMIey Hamilton 
Columns Beauty 




Mary Jane Moss 
Columns Beauty 




/lane Woods 
Columns Beauty 




Martha Louise Hiserodt 
Columns Favorite 



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Mary Ann Lurie 
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Nancy Gulledge Tucker 
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Mary DUdl^ Hamilton 
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Rebecca Hayes 



WHO'S WHO 

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UNIVERSITIES 




Bill Jenkins 






Pat Powell 



J. C. Ralph 



Roger Whitley 



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MAY DAY 
1961 




The May Queen and May Court: Beth Bailey, Johnie Harbour, Queen Sylvia Turner, Claire 
Wilson, and Linda McCrary. 



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iMadame Jane Hamilton Childs repulses the Yankees 



The Queen and Court art- irntcrtained by modern dance. 



The Dedication of May Day is made to Dr. McCain, Miss 
Nazaretian, Mr. Battle, and Mrs. Peck. 




SENIOR 
CLASS 

DAY 

1961 




Tonimye Whitt presents Miss Nazaretian with the Senior Class 
gift. 




Ray Stonicher, president of the Senior Class, receives 
the cap and gown. 



The installation of S. G. A. Officers, by Mr. Edwards, Dean of Students. 



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FOUNDERS 

DAY 

1961-62 



The Founders Queen, Mary Hamilton, is crowned by Dr. McCain. 



'0 SMOKING 




Everybody s trying to achieve the Jackie Kennedy look. 



Let's twist again! 



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BEAUTY BALL 




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RAT WEEK 





IN MEMORIAM 





Myrtle 
Pond 



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Marryin' Sam" McCain proclaims Official Dogpatch. 



ALL-SCHOOL 
PICNIC 

Sing along with "Wild Bill." 



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COACH 
OBA BELCHER 

Coach Belcher is in his first year of an 
extensive rebuilding program and has, at 
press time, brought the team through im- 
pressive victories. Under his leadership, the 
future of the Bears looks bright. 

He joined the faculty from Auburn Uni- 
versity. 





ED WHITSON 

STEWART THOMPSON 

Much of the team's success has 
been due to the hard work of our 
managers. 



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JACKIE COULTER 

FORWARD. CAPTAIN 




LEE HELMS 

GUARD 






BILLY CROWE 

GUARD 



KENNETH STOREY 

GUARD 




Billy Joe claims one of many Athens rebounds 
in win over Livingston State. 




READY TO START . . . 

COULTER, HELMS, GARNER, CHENAULT, BONNER 





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Rudder drives one through the hole. 



BASEBALL— 1961 



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PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 




3uddy Soloman shows his "push" shot poise as he shoots over Gilbert 
SJorman and others in hot basketball class action. 



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ARCHERY 

Elizabeth, Micki and Dennis demonstrate 
their form with the bow. 



INTRAMURAL ALL STAR TEAM 
FOOTBALL 
FIRST ROW, Left to Right; White, Gregg. 
McPeters, Ousley, Larkin, Dearman, Bartholo- 
mew. Russell. SECOND ROW: Nabers. 
Fundaburk, Jeager, Smith, Key, Coggins, 
Guimarin, McDowra. 




TOWN 

Intramural Football Champions 
FIRST. L-R: Turner, Sandlin, Bowers, Bryan, 
Greenhaw, Russell. Coates. SECOND: Sand- 
lin, Coggins, Smith, Guimarin, AUfrey, Thorn. 



Jerr)' Gregg serves a sizzler. 



Gene Black shows us a life saving technique 
by "rescuing" Joe McDonald. 





Orchesis entry in the Fine Arts Festival. 



Girls Basketball class action. 




TOWN VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS 
INTRAMURAL 
FIRST ROW, L-R: Hamilton, Black, Smithson. SECOND ROW 
Wood, Jones, Adams, Hess. 



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Compliments and Congratulations 

to the 

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CALLING COLLEGE GRADUATES!! 



CHOOSE A CAREER WITH A FUTURE-A Helping Profession 

Opportunities await you with the Alabama Dept. of Pensions and Security. 

The beginning jobs in the social work series in the Department of Pensions 
and Security are those of case worker (also called pension counsellor) and 
child welfare worker-in-training. For the case worker position you must 
have a degree from a 4-year college or university, complete successfully the 
State Merit System Exam for this job, and be able to drive a car and have 
one available to you. The position of child welfare worker-in-training is 
used on a selective basis when child welfare workers are not available. 
Upon employment, the worker-in-training becomes a candidate for educa- 
tional leave. 



ADVANTAGES ARE MANY: 



If YOU like people, if you want to help 
them and to mal<e your community better, 
if you want a truly rewarding job, investi- 
gate a career with the Department of 
Pensions and Security. 

WRITE: 

State Department of Pensions and 

Security 
Attention: Administrative Assistant 
64 North Union Street 
Montgomery, Alabama 

OR VISIT: 

The State Department (call for on ap- 
pointment) or your own County De- 
partment. One is in every county seat. 



Employment under the State Merit System 

Beginning salary: $326 per month; annual salary 
review; opportunities for promotion after receiving 
professional social work training (with stipends 
granted for graduate study) 

Paid vacation (annual leave) and sick leave 

Social Security 

State Employees Retirement System 

Group Hospital and Health Insurance 

Official Travel Expenses 




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In Memory . . . 




Gordon G. Starr 



.... registrar, beloved professor, and friend. 

For five years, since he came to us from Scarritt College, we have been privileged 
to know and work with Mr. Starr. He has been a joyful influence on our campus. We 
shall miss him. 



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®I|C (lladinms 

(Atltpus, Alabama 

May 1, 1962 



Dear Readers: 

As Editor-in-Chief of the 1962 COLUMNS, I am proud to extend my 
thanks to each of the people who made this book possible: to my fine 
Staff, who were most efficient and cooperative; to Miss Nazaretian, 
for her work as faculty advisor; to the photographers Ed Ewing and 
Dan Glenn; and to the wonderful administration, faculty, staff, and 
student body of Athens College. Each one of you played a vital role 
in the editing of the 1962 COLUMNS. 

This book is a pictorial account of a year at your college - I 
hope that it adequately represents both you and Athens College, and 
that in later years it may be a little bond with old fun and friend- 
ships. 

Again, thank you all. 

Frances M. Chambers 
Editor, the COLUMNS 



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