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Dr. Hugh C Bailey 



A product of Howard College, who re- 
turned to his Alma Mater 1 1 years ago and 
now adds zest to its history department, is 
Dr. Hugh Coleman Bailey. 

Dr. Bailey's evident enthusiasm for his- 
tory is transmitted to his students through 
entertaining and educational lectures. Stu- 
dent celebrations of special events including 
Bastille Day and Valentine's Day are "musts" 
in his classes. 

His Christian character is seen by all 
who meet him, through his cheerful person- 
ality and concern for every student, irre- 
spective of whether or not they are in his 
classes. 

Dr. Bailey graduated from Howard Col- 
lege with honors and received his M.A. and 
Ph.D. degrees from the University of Ala- 
bama. He is a member of Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Gamma Mu, 
and the Alabama Historical Society. In each 
position held, he has been a leader and an 
influence on the success of the organization. 

Because of his contributions to Howard 
and his personification of the academic ex- 
cellence and Christian spirit which Howard 
stands for, we dedicate the 1962 ENTRE 
NOUS to Dr. Bailey. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



faculty and Administration 



Religious Life 




Organizations 



Activities 



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President of HOWARD COLLEGE 
Dr. Leslie S. Wright 



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May 3, 1962 



Dear Students: 

Howard's entire academic community can take great pride in the 
continual growth and development in all areas of the College during 
the 1961-62 school year. Much of the credit is due the students for 
their splendid spirit of cooperation, initiative and enthusiasm. 

A vigorous program of religious activities throughout the College 
has deepened our sense of responsibility to God and man. 

Student sponsored events such as High School Day, the Concert and 
Lecture Series, Homecoming, H-Day and the Entre Nous Pageant, 
have made outstanding contributions to the campus and community 
during the year. 

A zeal for knowledge has characterized the entire College family as 
faculty and students alike have continued their broad participation in 
Howard's stimulating climate of academic excellence in a Christian 
atmosphere. 

For all of this and for other contributions too numerous to be listed, 
I am happy to have this opportunity to express to the entire student 
body my deep personal appreciation along with that of the trustees, 
faculty and administrative officers. 

It is my prayer that God's richest blessings will abide with you through 
all the unfolding years to come. 



Sincerely your friend, 




Leslie S. Wright 
President 




Dean of the College 
Dr. John A. Fine her 



hancellor of the College 
Major Harwell G. Davis 







Librarian 
F. Wilbur Helmbold 

Dean Of Law School 
Arthur A. Weeks 




Direcfor of Exnmsion Division 
Dr. Lee Gatbqgn 



ACTON, HUL-CEE M., A.M., PhD 

Professor of Romance Languages 
ADERHOLT, BOBBY R , 

A.B., LL.B. 

Assistant Professor of Law 
ALLEN, J. RAY, M.S., C.P.A., 

Assistant Professor of Business Adi 
ALLEN, LEE N., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 



ARNOLD, LEWIS, B.S., 

Instructor in Journalism and Director of PI 

tographic Services 
ATCHISON, RAY M., M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of English 
BAGGETT, HUDSON, Th.M, Th.D., 

Associate Professor of Religion 
BAILEY, BERNARD B., A.B., A.M., J.D., 

Professor of Law 



BAILEY, HUGH C, MA., Ph.D., 

Professor of History 
BARNES, WALTER, M.A., 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
BEASLEY, MARY CATHERINE, M.S., 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
BEHRENDT, ROBERT, MM., 



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BISHOP. WALTER S. MS. 

Associate Professoi "t Mathematics 
BROWN MAR IMA PURSI R, A B., 

[nitructoi in English 

BRYAN. SIGURD 1 . B.D., Tl, D . 

Assocate Professoi of Religion 
( ART1 R I RAN« IS. MS. Ed.D., 

Assou.uc P.otoso, of Iducation 



CARTER, JOHN. MS. Bd D., 

Associate Professoi »t I ducaeion 
CHASTAIN. BEN B., MA . 

[nstructoi in Chemistry 
(OH MAN. PATRH I A I. II A. 11 B. 

I aw 1 ibrarian and Asaociata Prol i .- 

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DAVISON, VERNON G , Th.M., Ph.D., 

Professor of Religion 
DEAN, ROBERT H , MM., 

Assistant Professor of Music 
HAMILTON, FRANCES DEW, M.A., 

Instructor in History 
DICKINSON, HARRY E., A.M., Ph.D., 

Professor of Sociology 



DOBBINS, AUSTIN C, M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of English 
DUNBAR, JEAN M., B.Ed., M.S., Ph.D., 

Associate Professor of Pharmacy 
DUNN, JOANNE, A.B., M.A., 

Assistant Dean of Women 
EDWARDS, WILLIAM T., JR., B.D., Th.D., 

Associate Professor of Religion 



FLOWERS, EMILY, M.A., (L.S.), 

Senior Cataloger 
FORMAN, MARY ELIZABETH, A.M., 

Associate Professor of Psychology 
FUNDERBURKE, DOROTHY, M.S., 

Assistant Professor of Home Economics 
GARNER, ALTO, M.A., Ed.D., 

Professor of Education 



GEER, WILLIAM D., B.S., M.A., 

Associate Professor of Economics 
GILREATH, SAM B, LL.B, LL.D., 

Professor of Law 
GUNN, ALLEN R., B.A., M.A., 

Instructor in English 
HALE, VIRGIL, MM., 

Assistant Professor of Music 



HALL, CLARENCE C, JR., M.S., Ph.D., 

Associate Professor of Biology 
HAND, CHARLES, A.B., 



HAWLEY, WHEELER. M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of Romance Languages 
HAZELGROVE. LEVEN S., M.S., 









HICKS, THOMAS I., M.S., 
II Assistant Professor of Physics 

HILL, FRANCES, M.A., 
I Assistant Professor of English (Sabbatical 
I Leave 1961-1962) 
'HUNTER, JERRY D„ M.S., 
I Instructor in Biology 

IRONS, GEORGE V., A.M., Ph.D., 
I| Professor of History 



JESTER, DAVID L., A.B., B.D., M.A., D.Ed., 

Visiting Professor of Religion 
KIDDER, SARA M., A.B., M.A., 

Instructor in Foreign Languages 
KOSKI, GEORGE W., A.M., D.Mus., 

Professor of Music 
KURZ, MYRTIS, M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of English 



LANGDON, CHARLES W., M.S., 
istructor in Business Administration 

LANGSTON, JAMES H, M.A., Ph.D., 
Professor of Chemistry 

LONG, DALE D„ B.S., 
istructor in Physics 

LOWDER, JERRY E., B.A., M.A., 



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LUNCEFORD, BILL F., AB. B.D., 1 

MA., Ed D . 

Assistant Professor of Education 
LUNCEFORD, \V. MABRY, Th M . n 

Professor of Religion 
LUTHER. NANCY JO, M A . 

Instructor in Speech and Dramatic Arts 
MARTINSON. K.\ II 1! II N S . MM. 
Assistant Protocol ol Mu»u- 



MASHBURN, ROBERT, M A . 

[imructoi in SpeKh tnd Drammcit .\u- 
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MURRAY, WILLIAM D, M.A., Ed.D., 

Professor of Education 
NAVE, J. HAROLD, B.M., MM., 

Instructor in Music 
NELSON, STEVE, M.M, 

Instructor in Music 
OBENCHAIN, LOUISE F., A.M., 

Associate Professor of Sociology (Sabbat 

Leave for 1961-1962) 



OUSLEY, ELEANOR, B.M., MM., 

Assistant Professor of Music 
OWENS, FRANCES W., A.B., M.A., 

Instructor in English 
PEARCE, J. WOOTEN, B.S., LL.B., 

Assistant Professor of Law 
PEEPLES, WILLIAM D., M.S., Ph.D., 

Professor of Mathematics 



PUGH, SANDRA, B.S.E, 

Assistant Librarian 
REEVES, LERONZO T., M.A., Ph.D., 

Professor of Economics and Business Admin 

ROBINETTE, MARTIN L., JR., M.S., 

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy 
ROBINSON, EDWARD L , M.S., Ph.D., 

Assistant Professor of Physics 



ROWE, JACK C, B.A., M.S.M., 

Assistant Professor of Music 
SHARMAN, JAMES, A.B., A.M., 

Associate Professor of Physical Educa 
SHEPHERD, BETTY SUE, M.M., 

Assistant Professor of Music 
SHIRKEY, HARRY, M.D., F.A.A P., 

Professor of Pharmacology 



SIMMONS, I. FRED, A.B., A.M.. Ph.D., 

Distinguished Professor of Education 
STEPP. HUBERT F., MA. Ph.D., 

Professor of Economics 
STOTT, NATHAN. M.A., Ph D., 

Assistant Professor of Education 
STRANDBERG, NEWTON D., MM.. 

Mus. Associate Professor of Muisc 




TIBBS, HARRY EDWARD, MM., 

Instructor in Music 
TURKIEWICZ, WITOLD W., B.M., MA 

Assistant Professor of Music 
VAN GELDER, LIZETTE, A.B., A.M., 

Associate Professor of English 
WALKER, ARTHUR L., JR., B.D., Th.D. 

Associate Professor of Religion 



WASHINGTON, MARY, A.B , M.A., 



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WEEKS, GRACE, A.B., M.A., 
Assistant Professor of Spanish 

WELLS, DAVID, A.B., M.A., 
Instructor in English 

WHEELER, RURIC E., M.S., Ph.D., 
Professor of Mathematics 



WHITE, AUBREY H , B.S., 

Instructor in Mathematics and Engineer), 
WHITMAN, MERRITT E., A.B., M.A., 

Instructor in English 
WILDER, CLIFFORD E., A.B , A.M., 

Associate Professor of Art 
WILLOUGHBY, AVALEE, B.S., M.S., 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 



WINTTER, JOHN E., M.S., Ph.D., 

Professor of Pharmacy 
YEOMANS, G. ALLAN, B.A., M.A., 

Associate Professor of Speech 








Howard goes modern with the latest phone 
equipment for the administration and faculty 
Trying out the new direct dial system 
right: J L. Switzer, manager; Dr. Leslie S 
Wright, President of Howard; and W. D. Al 
ston. District Manager for Southern Bell 



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ALRARADO, M.A., 

Lt of Campus Police 
ANDERSON, SHIRLEY, 

Secretary to the Dean of the College 
AUSTIN. EMOGENE, 

Office of the Extension Division 
BROWN, BETTY, 

Secretary, Pharmacy Department 



BYRD, SANDRA, 

Secretary, Director of Studen 
CALVERT, MARY NELL, 

Secretary, Dean of Students 
COOPER, MARY, 

Office of the Registrar 
ELLIS, MARY, 



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FRAZER, MARY NELL, 

Business Office 
GALLMAN, ODINE. 

Office of the Extension Division 
GOODE, MRS. CLEMENT, 

Resident Counselor of Women's 

Residence Hall 
HAYNIE, JOYCE. 

Secretary, Dean of Women 



HIGDON, DORIS, 

Secretary, Registrar's Offic 
HODGES, DOROTHY, 

Secretary, Economic and E 

Administration Departmei 
KELSER, MRS GENE C, 

Secretary. President 
KING, WINONA, 



PIGOTT, HELEN, B.S., 

Secretary, Registrar 

TEAGUE, SARAH, A.B., 

Secretary, Public Relations Departr 

TUCKER. MARY FRANCES, 
Secretary. Director of Alumni Aff 

VICE, LORAN, 

Secretary, Department of Educatio 



WHITE, MARTHA. 

Secretary, Alumni Office 
WILSON, MRS. ERNEST, 

College Hostess 
WOOD, MRS CECIL S., 

Secretary, Business Manager 
WOOD, JERRY, 

Assistant to Business Manager 






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HOWARD COLLEGE 




Senior class officers of the Cumberland Law School are (left to right): Don Ferrell, Representative to the Student 
Chuck Hasten, Treasurer; John Waggoner, Jr., Secretary; Randall Henderson, Jr., Vice-President; and Walt Mat 




BISHOP, G. H., Lawrenceburg, Tenn. Sr. 

BOMAR, J. C, Bell Buckle, Tenn Sr. 

BRANDON, R. L., Liberty, Mo Sr. 

CRUSE, J. L., Jacksonville, 111 Sr. 



FERRELL, D. G 
GEORGE, R. J., 
HENDERSON, 


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JR., Pelham, N. Y. 
E. R., JR., Nashvill 


Sr. 

Sr. 

, Tenn. 

Sr. 


HOGIN, J. T, 


Gallatin, Tenn 


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KUPISZEWSKI 
LOWERY, B. F. 
MATTSON, W 
PHILIPS, H. S. 


S. D., Lake Wales, 
Pembroke, N. C. 
R., Groveland, Fla. 
Jacksonville, Fla. . 


Fla. Sr. 
Sr. 
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POPE, J. S., Springfield, Mo 

POPE, J. W., Memphis, Tenn. 
SMITH, R. W., Newport, Tenn. 
TOMLIN, D. L., Madison, Tenn. 











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WAGGONER, J. C., JR., Carthage, Tenn. I ^— "C ". U^ **■»- 4 *»S "^ 



WEBB, J. D., Erwin, Tenn 

BALL, C. A., JR., Montgomery 
CAPELL, J. L., Montgomery 



CUNNINGHAM, C. E, Nashville, Tenn. 

Jr. 

DIZON, B. O., Honolulu, Hawaiii . Jr. 

JEWELL, M. E., Louisville, Ky Jr. 

JULIAN, R. P, Greensboro, N. C Jr. 






WILSON, E., San Marcus, Tex Jr. 

BILLINGSLEY, O. E., Ill, Tallassee Fr. 

BRANDON, R. W., Ill, Martin, Tenn. Fr. 
GARRETT, W. W., Birmingham Fr. 



HUTCHINSON, C. R., JR., Columbia, Ky. 





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RUSSELL, J. W., Birmingham 
SARRIS, P. J., Birmingham 
TABER, J. A., Montgomery 



TARTER, C. A., Birmingham 
WININGER, D. D., Birminghar 
VEAL, D. E., Birmingham 



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Frosh officers of the School of Law are Edd 
Billingsley, Representative to the Student Bar; 
Robert Burnett, President; and Robert Brandon, 



lior Law Class Officers are Benny Dizon, 
sident; Jon Goodman, Student Bar Rep- 
^e; John Campbell, Secretary-Treasurer; 
md Marvin Jewell, President. 





Legal minds who lead the Cumberland School of 
Law are (left to right, seated) Walter R. Matt- 
son, President of the Senior Class; Bill Pope, 
President of Student Bar Association; Chuck 
Haston, Dean, Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity; 
Jerry Cruse, Justice of Phi Alpha Delta, Pro- 
fessional Legal Fraternity. Standing are Stanley 
Kupiszewski, American Law Student Association; 
Marvin Jewell, President of the Junior Class; 
Robert W. Burnett, President of the Freshman 
Class; Donald G. Ferrell, District Justice, Phi 
Alpha Delta; and Pete Julian, Senator to SGA. 



SENIOR CLASS 




Offering guidance to the Senior Class this year were officers Patsy Martin, Secretary: Linda Nealy, Treasurer: lune Vinson. 
Senator; Sarah Mathis, Senator; and Martha Beckett, Vice-President. Behind the girls were Tony Cooper, Senator; Bryant 
Strain, President; and Ron Dorris, Senator. Not pictured is David McCutchen, Senator. 



Abernathy, Mary Jane Eh. Alexander City 
I Allen, Gloria Jane Elem. Ed. Birmingham 
j Aycock, Helen Bi. Leighton 

i Barnes, Sissy Re. Ed. Gadsden 



Beaird, Nancy Pha. 
Bearden, Don Sac. Mu. 
Beckett, Martha Van 
Bell, Patricia Eh 


Birmingham 

Armuchee, Ga. 

2d. Sylacauga 

Jasper 


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Biddle, Alice HEc. 
B'gg s > Charlsie HEc. 
Bishop, Sanders B. Ma 


Holly Hill, Fla. 

Birmingham 
Birmingham 

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Boren, James Glenn Pha. Birminghan 

Brewis, Lyndell Ray Pha. Gardendal 

Brooks, Robert Thomas B.A. Birminghan 




Brooks, Elaine 
Brummett, Jane 
Buchanan, Martha 
Burkett, Cherrell 



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HEc. .. Butler 

Birmingham 

Pha. Birmingham 

Ed. Morris 



Bynon, Sandra Ace. Birmingham 

Cahoon, Martha Jo El. Ed. Birmingham 

Callaway, Don W. Re. Wetumpka 

Carman, Bobbie Eh. Traskwood, Ark. 



Carter, Sally June 
Cathcart, Lloyd D. 
Chandler, Joy Blou 
Chappell, Marion 



Campbellsville, Ky. 

So. Chico, Calif. 

Sac.Mu. Birmingham 

Re Warrior 



Childs, J. Riley 
Cleveland, Mary Sue 
Cochran, Sylvia 
Cohorn, James W. 



Re. Lineville 

Ed. Montgomery 

Eh Albertville 

Re. Jacksonville 



Coleman, Edward F. Eh. Tallahassee, Fla. 
Colley, Sanford Sda. Russellville 
Conrad, Roderick Hi. Panama City, Fla. 
Cook, Charles L Pha Vernon 



Cook, Rhonda Dean So. Birmingham 

Cooper, Tony B. Pha. Lanett 

Crawford, J. Robert Pha. Dayton, Tenn. 

ICrook, John N. Bi. Opelika 



Cruce, Billy F. Hi Scottsboro 

Currier, Una King S.Sc. Birmingham 

Daniel, Wilson C. Pha. Manchester, Tenn. 
Darnell, Joseph Pha Guntersville 



Davis, James Henry Re. Highland Home 

Davis, Lynn A. B.A. Tampa, Fla. 

Dean, Charles V. B.A. Fairfield 

Dean, T. Joe P.E Carrollton 



Dickson, Jane HEc. Grand Tower, 111. 
Dorris, Ronald R. Pre-Med. West Frankfort, 

111. 
Dutton, Betty HEc. Mobile 

Eaton, Patricia Faye Hi. Jasper 



Pha. 



Edmister, Tom 

Elliott, Jo Anne Sc 

Elliott, Carl Gary Sc 

Epley, W. Arnold M 



Epp, Charles Lionel Pha. Silverhill 

Faulkner, Bcbe Jo Bi. Miami, Fla. 

Faust, Richard A. Ace. Birmingham 

Fawcett, Clyde, Jr. Pha. Birmingham 





Fikes, Donette 


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Fincher, Linda 


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Finley, Betty Anne 


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Fite, Charles Jerre 


Art 


Annisto 



Fleming, Lawayne Mu. Haleyville 

Flowers, Jerry W. Hi. Brundidge Pike 

Franklin, Sara N. HEc. Birmingham 

Gantt, Markanne Ed. Birmingham 



Garner, Jan. B.A. Birminghai 

Garris, Charles Grady Hi. Birminghai 

Gibbons, Mabel Eh Deatsvil 

Gibbs, Clara Bi. Atmoi 



Gibbs, Diane 
Glenn, Howell 
Glenn, Peggy 
Godfrey, Anne 



o Union Grove 

Ma Decatur 

Mu Elmore 

Ed Auburn 



Green, Hilton M. 
Green, Martha 
Griffith, Jo Ann 
Griffin, Alton . . . 



Ed Ashland 

Sda. Roanoke 

HEc. . . Memphis, Tenn. 

Hi Atlanta, Ga. 



Griner, Richmond Lee 
Guffin, Peggy 
Halbrooks, Tommy 
Hancock, Harold 



Pha. Birmingham 

Ma Talladega 

Re. . . Birmingham 
Mu. . . . . Birmingham 



S, Linda Sda. Bir 

Harrison, Cordell Mu. Defuniak Springs, 



-larrison, Rosi 
4arwell, Chat 



-larwell, Frank 
,-Iayes, Sara H. 

-lead, Julius F. 
^ard, William 1 



Henderson, Martha Mu. Ed. 

Henderson, W. Wilson Mu. Ed. Eutaw 
Hester, Jerry Art Birmingham 



Hickman, Ed IM. 

Hill, Edithson Pha. Gardendale 

Hill, Louis A. Hi. Columbus, G; 

Hodges, Dorothy Ann Ace. Bi 



Hodges, Molly Ed. Decatur, Ga. 

Holland, Mary Lane Jo. Gadsden 

Hood, Mary Ann Ed. LaFayette 

Hooks, B. G. Re. Carbon Hill 




Hopkins, Janice El Ed. Birmingh; 

I lornbuclcle, I inda Gail EI Ed. Acta 
Horton, Norman E. Ace. Millbrook 

Howard, Patricia Ed. Dothan 




Hymel, Joan Ed. 

Ivey, Bill E 

Jackson, Morris L. 
Jackson, William M. 



Evergreen 

Re Hueytown 

I.M. Homewood 



Jackson, Mary Jean Ed. 

Jacobs, Franklin M. Mu. 

Johnson, David Lee Sac Mu. 

Johnson, Haroldine So. . 



Alabama City 
Birmingham 
Rossville, Ga. 
Birmingham 



Johnson, J. Dallis S Sc. Helena 

Jones, Burt Mu Ed Atmore 

Keeling, Barbara Ed Lyndon, Ky. 

Keeton, Guy Sda. Birmingham 



Keith, Carolyn Sac. Mu. Birmingham 

Kelley, Robert Pha. Birmingham 

Kelly, James B. Bi. Florence 

Kelso, Patricia HEc. 



Jirmingham 



Kendrick, Carolyn 
King, Jim Sc. 

K.rkland, Terry 



Jo. Birmingham 

West Frankfort, 111. 

i. West Plains, Mo. 



Kracke, Bob 
Kronimus, Ern 



Eh. Birmingham 

t J., Jr. . So. Jacksonville, 



Lambert, Helen Hopkins 
Layton, Bradford Lynn 



HEc. Darlington 
I.M. Tarrant 



Leaf, Parton 
Logan, C. C, Jr. 
Lopresti, Gayton 
Lovelace, Charlott 



1 ; I Lowrey, Fulton 
I Madderra, J. Benny 

C|Mahlke, Wade 
I Marlowe, Guy H., Jr. 



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Martin, Patsy 
Martin, Sherrill V. 

Mash, Jean 

Massey, Homer E. 



Mathis, Sarah 
McBrayer, Lee 
McCutchen, David 
McDowell, Bill 




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Mu Daleville 

?e Greenville 

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Ed. Huntsville 

Pha Selma 

Ace Birmingham 



McGouirk, Gail 
McGregor, Carol 
McGuff, Clarence 
McNcal, B.ll 



Ed. Dothan 

Pha. Monteagle, Tenn. 

Ma. Montgomery 

Hi. . Birmingham 



Mezick, James C. 
Mills, Mary Louise 
Miller, Virginia 
Miller, Jack 



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Mu. Montgomery 

Bi. Sylvania, Ga. 

Pha Jay, Fla. 



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Mize, Gordon Re. 

Monella, Josephine . El Ed. 
Montgomery, Richard Pha. 



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Cullman I 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Richmond, Va. 
Pha Jasper 




Rasbury, Diani 





Sncll, Nancy Ida Mu. Birmingham 

Soloman, Jeanette Ed. Birmingham 

Springer, Bill Chem. Birmingham 

Stembridge, Eleanor Gayle Eh. Americus, 
Ga. 



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Tallent, Robert L. 



Birminghar 

Attall 

Birminghai 




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Taylor, Rodney Hi. Pensacola, Fla. 

Templin, Robert B B.A Mobile 

Thompson, Shirley Eh. Bynum 

Thornberry, Mary Re Reform 



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Tidwell, James Ace Cullma 

Tuck, Larry E Art Birminghar 

Tyler, Sarah Lou HEc. Birminghar 

Varni, Charles Pha Guntersvill 



Versprille, George So Norfolk, Va. 

Vinson, June Hum Rel. . . Fort Walton 

Beach, Fla. 
Walker, James Harold Pha. Springfield 
Walton, Douglas H. Pha. Bexar 



Waters, Blanche HEc. . . . . Montgomery 

Weaver, Laura Ma Birmingham 

West, Martha El Ed. St. Louis, Mo. 

Whatley, Barbara HEc Dothan 



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Whitt, Carolyn HEc. Attalla 

Wildmon, Joe W. B.A. Birmingham 

Willis, Gloria El Ed. Greenville 

Williams, Leon Embry Re. Montgomery 



Willingham, L. Raybon Pha. Heflin 

Wilson, Ronald Lynn Pha. Birmingham 
Wilson, T. Keith Pha. Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Wolfskill, Gary . Eh Deland, Fla. 



Woodham, Mary Ethel Ma. Louisville 

Woodall, John W Re Scottsboro 

Young, C. Janette HEc Piedmont 

Zeanah, Robert B.A Birmingham 



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GARNER, JAMES 
GATES, JULIA ANN 
GIBBS, SUSANNE 
GLAZE, ROBERT 
GOODWIN, NANCY 
GRADY, BRUCE 



Birmingham 

Carrollton 

Birmingham 

Double Springs 

Hueytown 

Birmingham 



GRISWOLD, EVA JANE 
GRAHAM, LARRY 
GRIZZLE, HORACE 
GUTHRIE, OUIDA RUTH 
HAND, BEVERLY 



Birmingham 
Birmingham 
Colombiana 
Birmingham 
Andalusia 



HANNA, PHIL Tallassee 



HARBUCK, GEORGE Birmingham 

HARRIS, CAROL Birmingham 

HARRISON, VIRGINIA ANN Mobile 

HASKEW, TRUMAN Birmingham 

HASLAM, LARRY Piedmont 

HARRIS, JOHN B Birmingham 



HEARN, MILDRED 
HECKL, EUGEN 
HERRING, ALICE 
HICKS, DAVID 
HILL, WILLIAM . 
HITT, JOEL 



Nashville, Tenn. 

Birmingham 

Dothan 

Madisonville, Tenn. 

Birmingham 

Mobile 



HOAR, OLGA Birmingham 

HODGES, WILLIAM Cave Springs, Ga. 

HODGINS, MARY NELL 

Daytona Beach, Fla. 

HOLLAND, MARY LANE . Gadsden 

HOLLEY, CHARLES Lanett 

HOPSON, CHARLES Huntsville 



HORTON, ANITA Birmingham 

HUCKABY, SAMUEL Birmingham 

HUDSON, LINDA Anderson, SC. 

HUNT, BECKY Albertville 

ISBELL, JERRY Addison 

JACKSON, BILL Birmingham 



JACKSON, CAROLINE 
JACKSON, GLENDA 
JACKSON, JAMES 
JOHNSTON, FRED 
JOHNSON, GEORGE 
JOHNSON, SONYA 



JOHNSTON, HELEN 
JOHNSTON, VIRGINIA 
KIMBROUGH, REEDER 
KNAPP, CLAUDIS 

KNIGHT, TED 

LACEY, BARBARA I 



Cleveland, Tenn. 

B.rmingham 

Monroeville 

B.rmingham 

Jasper 

Havana, Fla. 



Dothan 
Birmingham 

Florence 

Gallion 

Birmingham 

abethan, Tenn. 




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LAWRENCE, WILLIAM Birmingham ^ W — k \ ^ £ 

LEE, DONALD Hartselle . / Jk I / V 

LEE, JOHNNY Camp Hill ^ M a \. J V y ^ V ML ^T i 

LOTT, KENDAL] i^lAWk. ^T^ ^* ■ ^ J 

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LOWERY, DAVID Montgomery W ) W ■ ■ I . -* - . ^P m \ 

LUKER, FRANCES Goodwater T T^/^T Wk ^ 7 ~ ^ V "^ *T# 

MAHON, PATRICK Birmingham -- JJ * t ^ 

MAISE, DONALD Gadsden - > - ' * V 

MARSH, MARTHA Atmore 1 >i A TT "W-^ ^ 4J ^J 

MARTIN, DALE Montgomery A f ^k ^^^^^ #f ^ ^^ #. 

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MARTIN, WAYNE Jemison 1 Tv f I ^ \ A 

MARTIN, MYRA Anderson, S.C. ^ f » W^ ^ » ' *T**Wte7 ^ W^ V^ 

MASSEY, HELEN ..Birmingham ^ m If W V -^VT' ^~ ~I 

MATALKA, SAM . Birmingham s "\ *^ m \ . . W 

MATHIS, DON Chattanooga, Tenn. ' X "V \ W / ^^J " ' 

MATHIS, MARTHA Boaz ^^^S M | | V^ i^L 




MATTHEWS, JERRY Scottsboro 

McDOUGAL, TOM Huntsville 

McFARLAND, CHARLOTTE Leeds 

McGUFF, SHIRLEY Montgomery 

McKINLEY, RODNEY Roebuck 

McKINSTRY, GAIL Birmingham 



McMANUS, PHILLIP Roanoke 

McPHERSON, ANN Huffman 

McREYNOLDS, ARNOLD 

Pikeville, Tenn. 

McWILLIAMS, DAVID Oak Hill 

MERRIT, WALTER Dade City, Fla. 

MEGGINSON, MARTHA Thomasville 



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MIDDLETON, JUDY KAYE Aliceville 

MILLER, BURT Mobile 

MILLER, JEAN Birmingham I f ^ f& 

MOEBES, JAMES Decatur H 

MOORE BERNARD Greenville ^ 

MORGAN, LINDA Birmingham 

MORRELL, DAVID Birmingham 

MORTON, CHARLES Albertville 

MOSLEY, MAXINE Ozark 

MOYER, HANK Tullahoma 

MULLINS, LENORA Montgomery 

NELSON, ANNIE FLETCHER Abbeville 

OWENS, HARRIET Savannah, Ga. ^^H ^^ 

OZLEY, ODEL1 LaFayette ^M | ^H 

OZMENT, WAYNE Gadsden I W -^ f 

PALMER, CAROLYN B.rm.ngham \ " ^y 

PARKER, MARY ANN Elizabethan, Tenn. ^ 





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PATTERSON, WILFORD 


Jackson, Miss. 


PEACOCK, JEAN 


Selma 


PETERS, SALLIE 


Langdale 


PHILLIPS, LINDA 


Roanoke 


PIERCE, OLA FAYE 


Clanton 


PORTER, JAMES 


Birmingham 


POWE, FAYE 


Birmingham 


REESE, ANN 


Birmingham 


RHODES, JIM 


Birmingham 


RICHARDSON, RONNIE 


Birmingham 


ROSSER, MARY EDITH 


Bessemer 


ROTHE, JOYCE 


Louisville, Miss. 



SALAMONE, PAT Bessemer 

SALEMI, SANDRA Bessemer 

SCHUERMEYER, HONEY Louisville, Ky. 
SHEPERD, GLENN Birmingham 

SHORT, ARLEEN Louisville, Ky. 

SIMPSON, MARCIA Pasagcula, Miss. 



SIZEMORE, JAMES Birmingham 

SMITH, CAROL JEAN Birmingham 

SMITH, CECELIA Decatur 

SMITH, LOUANN Huntsville 

SNELL, JACK Panama City, Fla. 

SPEAKMAN, RAY Birmingham 

STEWARD, JANICE . Gardendale, Ala. 

SUMMERS, JAMES Mobile 

TATE, ED Camden 

THOMPSON, SUE Birmingham 

TOWERY, BENTON Hayden 

TRIMM, ROY DENNIS Birmingham 

TURNER, BILLY SUE Dadeville 

TURNER, GENIE Talladega 

TURNER, WENDELL . West Point, Ga. 

TWILLEY, GLENN Selma 

VAUGHN, CHRIS Greensboro 

VINSON, BRENDA RUTH Attalla 

WAITS, JAMES Aiken, S.C. 

WALTERS, CAROL Avondale, Ga. 

WARREN, JAN Ft. Payne 

WATSON, DAVID Birmingham 

WEBSTER, GAIL Hamilton 

WELCH, ANN Lafayette 

WHATLEY, LYNN Double Springs 

WHISENANT, MARY JEAN Bessemer 

WHITE, NINA BYRD Birmingham 

WIKES, ROBERT Birmingham 

WILLIS, EFFIE Greenville 

WISE, CLAIR Atmore 



WOODARD, HOWARD Cullman 

WOODS, DENNIS PAUL Birmingham 

YARBOROUGH, LARRY Pritchard 

ZACKIE, JOYCE Birmingham 







SOPHOMORE CLASS 




Sophisticated Soph. 
Goerner, Secretary. 
Corley, President. 





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ABLES, RAYMOND Ft. Payne 

ADAMS, NANCY Tampa, Fla. 

ALBANO, JERRY Birmingham 

AUSTIN, CHARLOTTE Hueytown 

AUTRY, SANDRA Birmingham 

BANKER, ELDEN Birmingham 



BARTON, ROSS Gardendale 

BASS, SANDRA Moulton 

BATSON, LINDA Bessemer 

BELCHER, DON Lafayette 

BELL, CHERYL Adamsville 

BENNETT, HAL Graceville, Fla. 

BENTLEY, BECKY Russellville, Ky. 

BEST, PATRICIA Jasper 

BINGHAM, BEN Birmingham 

BLAND, MARGARET Georgetown, Ga. 

BLEVINS, PEGGY Gadsden 

BODIFORD, JULIE ANN Mobile 




BOHORFOUSH, MARIANNE .... 

Birmingham 

BOWDOIN, MARY Leeds 

BOWIE, MARY Anniston 

BOYNTON, ANNE Birmingham 

BRADLEY, CAROL Louisville, Ky. 

BRASWELL, CAROLYN Birmingham 

BROOK, ROSCOE Montgomery 

BROWN, MARY JO Birmingham ,?«* *W? 

BRUMMETT, BETTY Birmingham 

BRUNER, OLIVIA Ashford 

BRYANT, CATHERINE Birmingham J\ W^ 

BULLOCK, MARY Dothan J ^"^ W, 4 

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BURNETT, BRENDA JOYCE ^ ''V ^^^^ /^B^ ^9 ^^ ^ SA 

Birmingham M Bk M ^Vfc f B 

BURNS, ELAINE Nashville, Tenn. I jl^ *- 1 bl 3* T 

BURTON, CHARLES Camp Hill H~ fti * ^ Mi ■ * T ** C^F 

BLISH, KENNETH Sanford #V *■ - flf «~ £ 

BYNUM, JOE Chattanooga, Tenn. -fc^ IT ~ ' ~"~ ^ / L ' ' y\ 

CALLAWAY, CHARLENE Decatur ^f i **> ^^ ^S '^L /j ^V*^^\J 



CALLOWAY, SHARRON 

Panama City, Fla. 

CARLISLE, MYRNA Birmingham 

CARTER, JIMMIE RUTH Birmingham 

CHAMBLESS, SYLVIA Montgomery 

CHIARELLA, LEON Birmingham 

CHURCH, BILLY Birmingham 




CLARK, BUTTONS Birmingham 

COLLEY, EMILY JO Russellville 

COLLEY, JIM Troy 

COMPTON, JOHN Charlottesville, Va. 

CONNELL, BARBARA Bessemer 

CONWAY, CRAWFORD Birmingham 



CORLEY, DALE Panama City, Fla. 

CORNELIUS, JACKIE Blountsville 

CORNELIUS, SAMMIE Blountsville 

COUCH, HUBERT Birmingham 

COURTNEY, GLENN Birmingham 

CROWE, SHERRILL Troy 




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CRUCE, JOSEPH 
GULP, HARRY 
CURLEE, JOHN 
DANIEL, SANDRA 
DAVIS, DANNY 
DAVIS, ROSS 



Birmingham 

Prattville 

Birmingham 

Cullman 

Mannington, Ky. 
Scottsboro 



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DAVIS, STEVE Birmingham 



DAVIS, VICKI 
DEER, EDWIN 
DOLLAR, MASON 
DRAKE, MIKE 
EANES, GREG 



Birmingh 

Birmingham 

Shawmui 

Chattanooga, Tenn, 



Birn 



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ELMORE, DOROTHY 
FARMER, LINDA 
FARRAR, BILL 
FARRIS, CAROLYN 
FLETCHER, LINDAL 
FOUNTAIN, LYNN 



Birmingham 
Robertsdale 



ithbert, Ga. 
Birmingham 



FUSSELL, FAITH New Orleans, La. 

GARTSEFF, CATHERINE Birmingham 
GILBERT, SHARON Panama City, Fla. 

GILMER, JANE Sulligent 

GLENN, GAYLE Birmingham 

GLENN, JOHNNY Yemasee, S. C. 



GOERNER, MARGIE Richmond, Va. 

GOGGANS, BETTY Birmingham 

GOODE, JANICE Montgomery 

GORDON, MARY ELAINE Birmingham 

GRIFFIN, JOHN Sheffield 

GUINN, JULIA ANN Birmingham 



HAMM, BETTY SUE Heflin 

HAMMOND, JULIA KAY Talladega 

HARE, JACK Montgomery 

HARPER, ANN Meridian, Miss. 

HARPER, JOHN Blountsville 

HARRIS, JAN Atlanta, Ga. 



HARRIS, JUDITH 

HARRISON, DEE 

HARVEY, RICKEY 
HEADLEY, ALLEN 
HENLEY, WALLY 
HENNINGER, MARIE 



Ashford 
rmingham 
rmingham 
rmingham 
rmingham 
ingham 



HESTER, CATHERINE West Point, Ga. 
HIERS, BETTY Jacksonville, Fla. 

HILL, CAROL Birmingham 

HILL, JOE ANN Danville, Ky. 

HITCHCOCK, HARRY Pine Hill 

HOLLOMAN, FAYRENE Birmingham 



HONEY, WALLACE Florence 

HOVEN, BRUCE Jackson 

HOWARD, LINDA GAIL Dothan 

HUCKABY, JANICE Birmingham 

HUGHEY, SAMMYE Brent 

HUNTOON, NORA Hollywood 

HURST, RAYMOND Gardendale 

INGRAM, BOBBIE Montgomery 

JACKSON, KAY Birmingham 

JACOBS, RONALD Bessemer 

JACOWAY, SARAH Portersville 

JENNINGS, WILLIAM Birmingham 





JOHNSON, CARL Silverhill 

JOHNSTON, HELEN Birmingham -T -%! 

JONES, ED Benton, Ky. "^ *- . ' W^ ~ 1W 

JONES, JOHNNY Gadsden ]>' 

JONES, SANDRA Birmingham ^ ^ V > j£ 

KEEF, [AMES Birmingham J^T Ak^ ** w » /- M& 

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KINCAID, JUDY Birmingham V '- ^W f ^ i, ^ B „ „ (g I " "* W '" ** 

KIRBY, DEE ANNA Arab \ W * ^ W " --• 

KIRKE, PAUL Gautier, Miss ~ -^ \ W \ 

' KNIEP, KIRK Palmerdale V^ ^. ' \^^W A 

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KRUETZMAN, MARY LOU If IkX f ' T J -*W^**\ ^ 

Louisv.lle, Ky. ■ «■ 1 f 1 | v ^ 

LAMON, MARION Vernon Bfe.^-^i» ' ^^''"'P f^ ^^ 

LANGLEY, JANIS Birmingham ■ - « F ' 

LEAKE, BETTYE Birmingham A &E^> ^ v ^ ~ «"""*# A M '-* k 

LEDBETTER, RAY Birmingham V~ i ^ ^ ^ >V >** J| ^ 

LEHMAN, JERRY Decatur 

LESTER, SARA Orlando, Fla. & 

LONG, CHARLES Birmingham f*^ ^ \U ■^■kwfiS* M ~ - W JB - ^ 

LONG, CAROL Orlando, Fla. — W \ ^^S H 

LOWERY, GAIL Birmingham w ^> V 1 -'Z^ A fih MfaJ ' A "^ - • 

MACHEN, LORE Birmingham >^ A _^^ ^^JB 9 ^ 

MAGNUSSON, JAMES Ardmore * ( 1 ^B H 

MAJORS, GLENN Hartford k «S* f- A ;1 L ^ F- I 

MALONE, SANDRA Gadsden «~ ~~ . « - ^ V ■ ' ^ ^^H 

MANN, SUE Birmingham w I V - # M - 4 s 1 [±- 23 

MANSCILL, JOHN Hamilton jA ^ ^ ' ' f ^L ""^^^ frs A H' 

MARTIN, SANDRA Guntersville * */ ^ M * ^T^^ ^^^ M 1 • ™ 

MARTINDALE, RICHARD Jasper f ^ { ^\ * fc ^V > ^F %» 

McAllister, bob Birmingham \,& **• f. fe> ~ P L 2 ^^ ^ ^- P. I > „ 4 

McCOY, WALTER Birmingham \ ?<£*<?' M * ^W ~ ~J f ^ '» ^| 

McCRARY, KAY Birmingham 1"- ' \Z^ j W - ^ 4 

McCRUMMEN, WARREN Birmingham ~J k \ / v > ^- ^ ' A'v \ 

McCULLARS, SHERRON Ohatchee , w A ^^^^ ki . ^ A ^S M > 

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McGEE, TOM Louisv.lle, Ky. F ^V ^H ^B 

McGUIRE, CHARLOTTE Montgomery I i ^T^^^k 

McKENZIE, BOB Birmingham JPS ^* F HU 5i-^ 

McKINNON, PEGGY ANN Leeds ^" ^ 

McRAE, BETTYE ANN Rome, Ga A +* - • f / 

McSWAIN.JANE Montgomery ^' v "~" >/ k 

McWHORTER, MARILYN Trussville ^H ^ ' "^^1 ^fl '•"' ) ,4r ^\ ^T 

Ml IMV1N, REED . Birmingham ■ WF ^V 

Mil MR, MARTHA Oneonta ^V O V '- • 

MILLER, PAUL Clanton IS — *~ F V ' •» 

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MOAK, MONETTA 
MOON, RAY 
MURDOCK, HERMAN 
MYERS, DOROTHY . 



Birmingham 
Butler 
Montgomery 
Birmingham 
Birmingham 



NEIGHBORS, NANCY Alexander City 



NELSON, NANCY Birmingham 

NICHOLS, RHONDA Bessemer 

NORMAN, JOHN Ft. Deposit 

NORRED, TRUMAN Roanoke 

OLIVE, DOUG Bolivar, Mo. 

PAGELSEN, CAROL Jackson 

PARKER, PEGGY Birmingham 

PARTAIN, JOHN Birmingham 

PATTERSON, JOY Dadeville 

PEMBERTON, ROBERT Birmingham 

PENTON, LOUISE Montgomery 

PHILLIPS, JAN Gadsden 

PHURROUGH, KAY Sylacauga 

PITTS, BRENDA Birmingham 

POSEY, JOYE Decatur 

POWERS, JAMES Mobile 

PREWETT, JANICE Ft. Payne 

PRITCHETT, GARY Mobile 

PRUETT, GAIL Birmingham 

PURVIS, CHARLES Birmingham 

RANT, MARILYN Dothan 

RAYBURN, GLENDA Mobile 

REARDEN, SUELLEN Lanett 

REDD, JAMES Birmingham 

REED, JERRY Fairfield 

RICE, JUDY Birmingham 

ROBERTSON, JEANNE Cullman 

ROBINSON, GEORGE Montgomery 

ROBINSON, JIM Trussville 

ROBINSON, MABRY Birmingham 



ROBISON, JEANNIE Birmingham 

ROGERS, LAYTON Birmingham 

ROGERS, THOMAS Birmingham 

ROWE, PALMER Mayfield, Ga. 

RUDDER, JUNE Jackson 

RYLAND, FRANK Hollywood, Fla. 



SANDERS, KENNETH Panama City, Fla. 

SANDERSON, JOY Huntsville 

SAXON, CAROLYN Ai 



SELF, CHARLOTTE 
SELLERS, LELAND 
SEYMOUR, DIANE 



rmingham 
■mingham 
mingham 



SHANNON, CAROL 
SIMRELL, HARRIETT 
(STITH, ROBERT 
KTRONG, CHARLES 
SWINDALL, EDNA 
[(TAYLOR, FLO 



Yazoo City, Miss. 

Mobile 

Selma 

Bay Minette 

Birmingham 

Aliceville 




THOMAS, H. J Decatur, Ga. 

i THOMPSON, CORLEY Birmingham 

(THOMPSON, MARETTA Greenville 

THOMPSON, PAUL Sulligent 

(TROUTM AN, BILLY Toxey 

TUCKER, TOMMY Birmingham 



TURNER, JEROME . . Gardendale 

TURRITTIN, BETTY JO Mobile 

VAUGHN, JUDSON Montgomery 

VAUGHN, LAMAR Dothan 

VEAL, EMILY Birmingham 

VICK, MARILYN Birmingham 



WAGGONER, WARREN 
WARRICK, ROBERT 
WELLS, JOE 
WELLS, MARGARET 

WEST, RAY 

WESTON, LYNNE 



WHALEY, ROBBIE Opp 

WHEELER, JOE Huntsville 

WHITE, JACOB Birmingham 

WHITE, RICKY Albertville 

WHITEHURST, NICK Abbeville 

WILLIAMS, MARTHA Jasper 



WILSON, JEANIE Childersburg 
YARBROUGH, BARBARA Birminghan 
ZYDIAK, MARCIA Mobil. 








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ALMON, RENEAU Bi 

BARKSDALE, THOMAS RAY 

CAMERON, DON 

DAVIDSON, JAMES 

DINDLE, RALPH Bi 



ESPY, WILLIAM THOMAS 
GLOVER, JOHN VALDOR 

HALEY, JACK 

HAYES, EARNEST E 

HORNBUCKLE, WILLIAM 



irmingham 
Crossville 
rmingham 
Hueytown 
' igham 



Louisville, Ky. i 



JETER, JOHN SIMS Birmingham 

JOHNSON, WILBURN Birmingham 

LETSON, LOUIS Scottsboro 

McKEE, ALMA LOUIS Hartselle 

MITCHELL, BOBBY Birmingham 



MITCHELL, EARL 

MOEBES, MICHAEL 
MOSES, MICKEY VAN 
PALMER, BURT TAYLOR 
PALMER, JOE 



-mingham 

Decatur 

Ft. Payne 



PARKER, BOBBY 
RADAR, JANYCE 
RADAR, JOYCE 
RAY, JAMES 



Nashville, Tenn. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Athens 



SMITH, MARCUS D. Jacksonville, Fla. 



STUART, WINSTON Pine Apple 

THOMAS, JAMES LOUIS Birmingham 
THOMPSON, JIMMY FELTON 

Whigham, Ga. 

TUCKER, MARTHA WOOD Fairfield 

VANDEGRIFT, CAROL ANN 

Decatur, Ga. 



WISE, RICHARD CARLTON 



Birmingh; 



FRESHMAN CLASS 




id Jeri Sapp, Senato 



ABBOTT, ROBIN Birmingham 

ABSHER, REBECCA Arab 

ADAMS, MYRA JEAN Phenix City 

ADAMS, MARY Northport 

ALLEN, ANITA Birmingham 

ANDERSON, GWEN Falls Church, Va. 



ANDRESS, NITA 

ARNOLD, NANCY 

ARWOOD, GWEN Decatur; G 

ATCHESON, WAYNE . . CI; 

BACON, BEVERLY Birmingh; 

BAILEY, KAREN Birmingha 



BAILEY, CHRISTINE 

BAKER, HOWARD 

BARBOUR, LOUISE 

BARTON, CAROLYN 

BAXLEY, WILLIAM V. 

BELCHER, OLON Centrevilli 




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BENNETT, JANE Bessemer 

BENNETT, ANN Andalusia 

BENNETT, SUSAN Piedmont 

BENSON, MELVIN Birmingham 

BISHOP, BILLY Selma 

BISHOP, LIBBY Mobile 



BLACK, TOMMY Birmingham 

BLAIR, BARBARA Alexander City 

BLUMENTRITT, MARVIN Troy 

BOBO, NITA Oxford 

BOWLING, GARY Winfield 

BOYD, MARY OLIVIA . Birmingham 







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BOYETT, BILL 


Birmingham 


BRADY, VERNON G. 


Birmingham 


BRASWELL, BRENDA 


Sylacauga 


BRETT, THOMAS 


Birmingham 


BRIDGES, DIANE 


Birmingham 


BROOKS, ELGAN 


Fayetteville, Tenn. 


BROOM, JOE 


Goodwater 


BROWN, JEANNE 


Birmingham 


BROWN, SID 


Dothan 


BUCKLEY, BILLY 


Selma 


BUTLER, LAURICE 


Montgomery 


BYRD, ANNA 


Greenville 


CALDWELL, RAMONA 


Montgomery 


CALLOWAY, LEWIS 


West Point, Ga. 


CAMPBELL, LARRY 


Andalusia 


CAMPBELL, OLIVIA . 


Athens 


CAMPBELL, PATTI 


Birmingham 


CANTOR, LEWIS 


Birmingham 



CARMICHAEL, BEVERLY 

Alexander City 

CARTER, AIMEE Birmingham 

CHAMPION, JOYCE Jemison 

CHAPMAN, MARY Hopeville, Ga. 

CHRISTIAN, ANN Huntsville 

CLAPP, NORMAN Mobile 

CLARK, BONNIE Tuscaloosa 

CLEMENTS, JO ANN Hackleburg 

COBB, HERMAN Gadsden 

COGGINS, COY Camp Hill 

COKER, ELEANOR Birmingham 
COLLIER, JOAN Praco 

COLLINS, NAN Mobile 

CONDON, FAY Tuscaloosa 

CONLEY, SHARON Birmingham 

CONVILLE, DICK Birmingham 

CONWELL, SONNY Vincent 

COOK, CAROL Moultrie, Ga. 



COOPER, DEWEY 


Birmingham 


COX, JOYCE 


Deatsville 


COZART, TOMMY 


Harpersville 


CRAIG, KAY 


Fairfield 


CROW, DONETTE 


Jacksonville 


CRUCE, CHARLIE 


Bessemer 


CRUMBLEY, SONYA 


Clayton 


CUTCLIFF, NANCY 


Birmingham 


DANIEL, GARY 


Atlanta, Ga. 


DAUGHERTY, STANLEY 






Alexander City 


DAVIS, FRAN 


Madison, Tenn. 


DAVIS, LINDA 


Montgomery 


DAVIS, MARY 


Blountsville 


DAVIS, PATRICIA . 


Winfield 


DEAVERS, JACK 


Cordele, Ga. 


DENNIS, JUDY 


. Montgomery 


DICKSON, LENORA 


. . . . Sylacauga 


DOLLAR, TONY 


Shawmut 





DOWLING, MARGARET Ozark MP*^^ I ^ f ■ §^ 1 f ^ 

DRAPER, BOBBY Decatur f* W U e f L*^f 1~ ^f V* ** "^ R ^P 

DUNBAR, WILLIAM Birmingham M ^ J^W ^* I ^* < 

EASTERLING, ERROL Fairfax ^ W ^ * **- A*^=»/ 

EMBRY, BOB Alexander City ." . W — ^ J%^ / 

ENFINGER, RILEY Dothan ^ ^ M. W ^ A^^W V M ^"^ ^ 

ESCO, JACK Birmingham 

ESTILL, JERRY Guin " t ^ f fW . ^ ^ J, 

ETHEREDGE, NANCY 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. - ^ \ 

EVANS, DALE Birmingham . £ ^ M* 

EZEKIEL, SHARRON . Sylacauga A -"^Y ^Jl^^ 

FAIN, GENIE Eufaula ^L f^k^M }/m 

FAIRCLOTH, BILLY Montgomery /^* ^k 

FALLIN, PATSY Enterprise 

FINCHER, ANNETTE Birmingham ^ ^&- ^- 

FINCHER, JANICE Birmingham 

FISHBURNE, CAROL Mobile 

FLANAGIN, PAT Hartselle 



FLOWERS, GAIL Bessemer 

FLOWERS, REBECCA Ozark 

FLY, SHEILA Jackson, Tenn. 

FOLSOM, ANN Birmingham 

FOWLER, JOHN Birmingham 

FRANKLIN, ANN Millhrook 




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FREEMAN, KATHERINE Tho 

FREEMAN, MARYANNE 

FUQUA, DIANNA 

GALLASPY, ELAINE 

GARNETT, MARGEURITE Birmingha 

GARRETT, SANDRA . Vince 




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aB-sfc. 4iHL 7 «** -*»w "" *" « U^ -«- f ,"f»» «=* f- GIRARD, STEPHANIE 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

'^k . "- M A ~" / y \. GLAZNER, DAVID Montgomery 

^ -j- 7V JL^ A GLENN, MICHAEL Leeds 

■k '^^ .^^ , S : ^A I GOBER, WILLIAM EDWARD 

HyLB V k Jl H JHI GOLSAN, HARRY 

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W~ -^ I'- ^ L -f ^^ A t ■ T^ ~ T " GORE, PATSY Athens 

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k ^ ' ff A - ^ rT v . ^H GRAHAM, LINDA Birmingham 

%*!? • ; ■ ^ r v^^ ^T k GRANBERRY, EMILY Shawmut 

, ^/ w ^- ^^ ^lT^ X ^^ A GRAVES, JOHN B Talladega 

rS^ f ^f 9k f 1 GREEN, JERRY Sylacauga 

Kj- >-» *^ * M^ ¥ ^« I GREEN, JO ANN Roanoke 

W£ '- 3 «" ~^ I"* ~ ■ '^ mm l' GREEN, NICK Enterprise 

{ - W ^~ / W ~ W y — GRIFFIN, RETTA SUE Gadsden 

- - ^ v ^ ^ ' " r GRIFFIN, LUCIA Montgomery 

^^^ \^^ ^^ /^f ^t^^M -^ A. GRIFFIN, TOMMY Lincoln 

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IS* ^ *"» #^ ^p B^T ^\ JB '-^ "^ 1 L* ^ ^H GUENTHER, BARBARA 

^--llW-^-«*^~W St. Petersburg, Fla. 

\ » V 1 \ ^ ~ W \ W GUFFIN, NANCY Talladega 

^ k W M GUNN, MARILYN Birmingham 

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HALL, DAVID Hueytown 

HALL, JAMES H Montgomery 

HALL, VIRGINIA Decatur 

HANEY, DOROTHY Melvin 








HARRIS, ELIZABETH 




Enterprise 


HARTLEY, CHARLES 




Birmingham 


HAYES, MYRA NELL 




Prattville 


HEARD, CAROL 




Atlanta, Ga. 


HEARN, MARCIA 


Nashvill 


HECKERT, ELEANOR 




B " min8 " am 


HEFLIN, JOAN 




Huntsville 


HENDERSON, FAY 




Lafayette 


HENDERSON, MARGARET 


Birmingham 


HENDRIX, WINFORD 


Cantonmen, Fla. 


HERNDON, PATRICIA 




Abbeville 


HILL, FRANKLIN 




Eclectic 


HILL, LARRY 




Decatur 


HILL, TRULL 




Selma 


HOBBS, ANN 




Chickasaw 


HODGES, TIM 




Dothan 


HOLCOMB, C. A 




Birmingham 


HOLLINGSWORTH, JIMMY 


Gordo 



HOLT, MARGARET 


Sylacauga 


HOWELL, KAY 


Winfield 


HUFFSTETLER, RONALD 


Montgomery 


HUGHES, LANA 


Montgomery 


HUIE, JAMES 


Montgomery 


HUTTO, NOAH 


Dothan 


HYNDS, MICHAEL 


Birmingham 


IREY, CAROLYN 


Orlando, Fla. 


JENNINGS, LARRY 


Talladega 


JIMMERSON, TALLULAH 


Eufaula 


JONES, DONALD 


Clanton 


JONES, JOAN 


Gadsden 


JONES, MARTY 


Jasper 


KENNARD, GARY 


Birmingham 


KENNEDY, CHARLES 


Greenville 


KICKER, CHARLOTTE 


Tuscaloosa 


KING, LYNDA MAE 


Russellville 


KIRBY, CORNELIA 


Jasper 


LAIRD, MARY LOUISE 


Childersburg 


LANCASTER, ARLENE 


Birmingham 


LANEY, LYNN 


Birmingham 


LANGSTON, CHARLES 


Tallassee 


LASSETTER, JANICE 


Villa Rica, Ga. 


LAWLEY, MILLIE 


Pell City 


LAZENBY, KENNETH 


Eclectic 


LEE, LUCY 


Birmingham 


LOGAN, BECKY 


Birmingham 


LOLLAR, PATTY 


Jasper 


LOWERY, BUTCH 


Birmingham 


LUCK, JUDY 


Miami, Fla. 


MANING, VONNIE VAE 


Birmingham 


MARLOW, JOHN B., JR. 


Denver, Colo. 


MARLOW, SUZANNE 


Birmingham 


MARTIN, CHARLES 


Dothan 


MAXWELL, JOHN Tallahassee, Fla. 


MAYNOR, BRENDA 


Scottsboro 


McCLUNG, HAROLD 


Eva 


McCLUNG, ROSS 


Huntsville 


Mcdonald, donny 


Montgomery 


Mcdonald, shirley 


Birmingham 


McFARLAND, JACKIE 


Birmingham 


McNUTT, DAVID 


Huntsville 


MERRILL, DESMOND 


Birmingham 


MILLER, DIANNE 


Birmingham 


MILLER, JOYCE 


Mobile 


MONROE, SARALYN 


Miami, Fla. 


MORGAN, ARTHUR 


Birmingham 


MORGAN, CARROLL 


Birmingham 


















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MORRIS, JONATHAN 
MORRISON, FRANK 
MUCKLEROY, GENEAL 
NARRAMORE, JOHN 
NEALY, KEN 
NELSON, BETTY 



NICHOLAS, JUDY 
NORRED, PATSY 
OWINGS, PEGGEEN 
PAIR, JENNY 
PALMER, SHERRY ANN 
PARKER, CHRIS 



. Mobile 

Salitpa 

Birmingham 

Gadsden 

Mobile 

Mobile 



Birmingha 



Decatur, Ga. 
Birmingham 
Birmingham 



PARKER, WALTER Orlando, Fla. 

PASS, MARY . Trussville 

PAYNE, JOHN Chattanooga, Tenn. 

PAYNE, WENDA Chelsea 

PEARSON, GARY Albertville 

PERRY, ANNETTA Sprague 

PETTUS, MOZELLA Dothan 

PHILLIPS, BARBARA Birmingham 

PHILLIPS, DOROTHY Alexander City 

POE, ROGER Florence 

POOLE, WILLIE Fyffe 

POPE, BILL Birmingham 



PORTER, EDWARD 
PRESLEY, KAY 
PUCKETT, TOMMY 
PUTMAN, BRENDA 
QUEEN, RICHARD . 
RAY, GARRY 



Birmingham 
Athens 

Birmingham 
Pascagoula, Miss. 

B.rmingham 
Piedmont 



REYNOLDS, ANN 
REYNOLDS, TOMMIE 
REYNOLDS, WILLIAM 

RICE, GLENN 

RICHEY, LINDA 

ROBERTS, SHIRLEY 



ROBINSON, DANNIE 
ROGERS, VICKI 
ROSS, BOB 

ROWELL, RAYMOND 
SALTER, ANN 
SAPP, JERI 



SCOTT, WALTER 
SCOTT, WILLIAM 
SCREWS, JOHN 
SESSIONS, FRANK 
SHADDIX, WAYNE 
SHIPP, BILLY JOE 



Birmingham 
Riverview 
Andalusia 

Birmingham 

Trussville 

Mobile 



Birmingham 
Decatur 
Gadsden 



■adenton, Fla. 
Eustis, Fla. 



Andalusia 

Birmingham 

Anniston 

Enterprise 



Birmingham 



SIMMS, RONNIE 


Mobile 


SIMPSON, JAMES Pascagoula, Miss. 


SKEEN, SANDRA 


Ft. Walton, Fla. 


SI.OAN, REBA 


Oneonta 


SMITH, CAROL 


Montgomery 


SMITH, JAMES ALLEN 


Dothan 


SMITH, RONALD 


Alexander City, 


SMITH, TOMMY 


Decatur 


SOUTHERLAND, DON 


Mobile 


SPENCE, MARY 


Anniston 


STOCKARD, EMILY E. 


Cleveland, Tenn. 


STUBBS, DOT ANN 


Bradenton, Fla. 


SULLIVAN, NORMA 


Millbrook 


THOMAS, BECKY . 


Birmingham 


THOMAS, JERRY 


Uriah 


THOMASON, GAYLE 


Decatur, Ga. 


THOMPSON, LYNN . 


Birmingham 


THOMPSON, VIRGINIA 


Gadsden 


THOMPSON, JOAN 


Decatur 


THREADGILL, GEORGE 


Birmingham 


TINDAL, TRAVIS 


Ft. Payne 


TOLLESON, JO ANN 


Gadsden 


TORRONTOR, RICHARC 


Buffalo 


TOWRY, SUSIE 


Hayden 








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WALKER, LINDA Heflin 

WALKER, RUTH Loxley _ . . 

WANN, GAYLE Huntsville J ^> ■' ™ 

WARD, BEVERLY Elizabethan, Tenn. 

WARD, KATHY Birmingham 

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WILSON, GUY 
WILSON, HERBERT 
WINGARD, LINDA 
WOODARD, LOUISA 
WORSHAM, SHARON 



WRIGHT, SUE 
WRIGHT, VIRGINIA 



Evergreen 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Dothan 

Prattville 

Birmingham 

tia City, Fla. 



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RELIGIOUS LIFE 



Back Row, Left to Right: Ben Connell, 
Howell Glenn, Art Christmas, Jack 
Snell, Jim Croushorn, Don Callaway, 
Joel Hitr, Don Graves, James Kelly. 
Front Row: Cecilia Smith, Mary Ann 
Hood, Elaine Brooks, Mary Louise 
Mills, Sara Pate. Molly Hodges, Uura 
Weaver, Sarah Mathis. 




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B.£l7. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




BAPTIST 
STUDENT 
UNION 
CHOIR 



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Top Row, Left to Right: Joye Posey, 
Janice Goode, Colleen Latham, Nancy 
Etheredge, Jane McSwain, Louise Pen- 
ton, Linda Nealy. 

Front Row: Martha Mathis, Francis 
Camp, Sissy Barnes, Billie Sue Turner, 
Jean Mash, Pat Howard. 



WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN VOCATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
MISSION BAND OFFICERS 




First Row, I. i'ii to Right: Anita 
Bad Row: Howell Glenn, Preaid 



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Back Row, Left to Right: Millie 
Hearn, Janice Goodc, Pat Howard, 
Eileen Dabbs, Francis Shirley, Cecilia 
Smith, Kay Calfee. 

Front Row: Gracie Mitchell, Barbara 
Keeling, Ola Faye Pierce, Reba Sloan, 
Sarah Mathis. 




Y.W.A. OFFICERS 




AGAPE 



Agape is an organization 
composed of mission volunteers 
and others interested in mis- 
sions. Agape means "brotherly 



First Row, Left to Right: Linda Nesly, Audra Dyer, Francis Shirley, Stephanie Girard, Peggy Guffin, Pat 

Howard, Carol Pagelson. 

Second Row: Joel Hitt, Don Graves, Jim Summers, Tom McGee, Jimmy Huie. 






LADIES' CHORUS is the 

only all-girl ensemble on Howard's 
campus. This group sings for the 
weekly chapel programs and other 
meetings. Mrs. Kathleen Mar- 
tinson is the group's director. 

Top Row, Left to Right: Sara Hender- 
son, Markanne Gantt, Sandra Martin. 
Mary Lou Kruetzman, Nancy Snell, 
Joyce Zackie, June Rudder, Evelyn Col- 
lier, Louise Penton, Mrs. Kathleen S. 
Martinson. 

Front Row: Dorothy Myers. Jo Rus- 
sell, Carolyn Keith, Ga.I Lowery, Mary 
Jo Brown, Donett Fikes, Charlotte 
Howard, Margaret Ann Dowling, Gail 



LADIES' CHORUS 



MALE CHORUS 



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THE MALE CHORUS is 
directed by Mr. Jack Rowe. This 
group made many appearances at 
the weekly programs in the chapel. 
They also hold annual spring con- 
certs. . 

Top Row, Left to Right: Johnny Glov- 
er. Charles Lowry, Bill Benson, Dan 
West. Ron Wilson, Arnold Epley. 
Middle Row: Don Ingram, John 
Trantham, Howard Woodard. Cordell 
Harrison. Jim McDowell. Norman 
Porrow. Ross Barton, Jim McFarland. 
Mr. Jack Rowe. 

Front Row: Don Bearden, I vnn What- 
ley, Charles Folkes. David Johnson. 
Foe Burt, Terry KirkUnd, Ed Cruse, 
Don Snell. 



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METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT 



Officers: First Row: Sylvia Whitlow, Dorathy Haney, Donna Richards. Second Row: Ruth Barlow, Suzanne Gibbs, Jar 
Miller, Gail Nix. Third Row: Hubert West, Ron Wilson, President. 





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RELIGIOUS DRAMA GUILD 




BROTHERHOOD OFFICERS 

First Row: Ed Abies, Jack Snell, President, Bob Stith. Second Row: Joe Dean, Ricky White, Dick Conville, Doug Cash. 

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lOWARD FEATURED- 





id Margaret Dodson, all missionary 




Mr. Harnett Kane 




Dr. A. Hamilton Reid, Secretary of the Alabarr 
61,000, 42-rank pipe organ under 



At A Cappella Choir Camp. 



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LEFT TO RIGHT . . . Charles Varni, Del 
Cook, Lambda Chi Alpha; Walter La Groue, F 
Martin, sponsor. FRONT ROW ... Ed T 
McAllister, Pi Kappa Alpha; Pat Salamone, D 



Ken Dove, Lambda Chi Alpha; Charles 
Freddie Johnston, Sigma Nu; Mr. Lindy 
Hank Moyer, Lambda Chi Alpha; Bob 



THE INTEKFKA TERNITY 
COUNCIL OF HOWARD. 



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PANHELLENIC 




Dean Margaret Sizemore 
Advisor 



The Howard College Pan-Hellenic Association is composed 
of the President and one representative from each of the four" 
national sororities on campus. 

Under the guidance of their capable advisor, Dean Size- 
more, they have initiated a successful pre-school rush program. 



The purposes of the association are to maintain on a high 
plane fraternity life and inter-fraternity relations within the 
college; to further fine intellectual accomplishments and sound 
scholarship; to cooperate with the college administration in the 
maintenance of high standards; to be a forum for the dis- 
cussion of questions of interest to the college and the fraternity 
world; and to compile rules governing rushing, pledging and 
initiation on this campus. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 




ALPHA DELTA PI SORORITY 



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Anderson, Gwen 
Bennett, Susan 
Bentley, Rebecca 
Boynton, Ann 

Bullock,' Mary 



Burns, Elaine 
Carter, June 
Clark, Buttons 
Collins, Nan 
Cook, Rhonda 





TOP . . . Pledge Swaps or just sitting???? 

BOTTOM . . . Pledges campaign at Homecoming for 

Victory. 



BETA SIGMA OMICRON 




BETA SIGMA OMICRON, Beta Beta Chapter, 
began its twenty-ninth year by pledging twenty-seven 
girls. 

Cheerleader Ricky Harvey was chosen first alter- 
nate Miss Homecoming with majorette Lynda Farmer 
also in the contest. Joining Lynda as majorette was 
Gail Thomason. 

Founders Day saw Lynda Nealy receive the 
Margurite Pence trophy for outstanding work as a 
pledge. Along with the new Pink Lady, Jo Ann 
Griffith, Lynda and Molly Hedges were placed in the 
annals of Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 



Bob McKenzie, Sigma Nu, was chosen Beta Beau, 
with Jack Compton, Lambda Chi Alpha, representing 
the pledges as Sweetheart. Jeri Sapp served as Fresh- 
man senator and cheerleader. Jeri also wore the Sigma 
Nu Sweetheart pin for the pledge class, formerly 
worn by sister Dee Anna Kirby. 

Fraternity sweethearts among the Betas include 
1961-62 Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl, Betty Jo Tur- 
rittin and Lambda Chi Alpha Pledge Sweetheart, Genie 
Fain. Ricky Harvey represented the Sigma Nu's ?s 
Sweetheart. 

BSO's took two of the top prizes during Friendship- 
Twirp week, with Molly Hodges being named "Miss 
Friendship," after being a finalist in last year's contest. 
The Betas, in Scottish kilts, won first place in the 
sorority competition in Step-Sing. Genie Fain, Emily 
Stockard, and Gail Thomason were initiated into Alpha 
Lambda Delta with Lynda Nealy and Jeanette Solomon 
being honored at Service Day. 

Active in publications also, Faye Powe was Crim- 
son Greek editor. 

Beta Sigs were proud to have their national presi- 
dent and local alumna with them all year. 



BETA SIGMA OMICRON SORORITY 




Barbour, Louise 
Bland, Margaret 
Bohorfoush, Mari; 

Chapman, Mary 
Coker, Eleanor 



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Solomon, Jeanettc 
Stockard, Emily 
Thomason, Gayle 
Turrittin, Betty 
Vandegrift, Carol 



Walker, 1 Inda 
Walter*, Carol 
Wright, Sui- 




DELTA ZETA 





Alpha Pi Chapter of Delta Zeta began a very 
successful year by having a wonderful pledge class and 
by winning first place in Sigma Nu Events. We were 
awarded another trophy in the Youth Polio Drive for 
having the largest percentage of members participating. 

Miss Homecoming finalists were Mildred Nelson 
and Nancy Adams. Mildred was also Panhellenic 
president. 

Becky Owens and Mildred Nelson were Pi Kappa 
Alpha Calendar Girls. 

Chamber's County Maid of Cotton was Lucy Bar- 
row. Sandra Martin was alternate Marshall County 
Maid of Cotton. Lucy was also a finalist in the Miss 
Entre Nous contest and the Friendliest contest. Lucy 
and Charlene Schilleci were listed in the Who's Who. 

Delta Zetas in top places of leadership included 
Carolyn Kendritk as Entre Ncus editor, Lou Ann Smith 
as Phi Chi Theta president, and Linda Harris as Pi 
Delta Phi president. Linda was also chosen as Best 
Director in the annual Workshop Plays. 

Freshman Class officers were Beverly Bacon, sec- 
retary, and Mary Spence, treasurer. Mary was also an 
honorary counselor in the Men's Dorm while Beverly 
was on the Debate Team. In class leadership also was 
Lucy Barrow, a junior senator. In Hypatia, highest 
campus honorary for women, we had Charlene Schilleci 
and Linda Harris. Charlene was also a member of 
Rho Chi, highest pharmaceutical fraternity in the nation. 

In musical activities we had two A Cappella Choir 
members, who were Dannie Robinson and Becky 
Thomas. Dannie and Lucy Lee were members of 
Delta Omicron, national music fraternity, while Sandra 
Martin served as treasurer of this organization. In 
home economic activities were Lucy Barrow and Marcia 
Simpson, who were members of Kappa Omicron Pi, 
National Honorary Heme Economics Fraternity. 

Alpha Lambda Delta members were Carolyn Farris 
and Sandra Martin. Those honored at Service Day for 
outstanding service to their organization included 
Carolyn Kendrick, Lou Ann Smith, and Lucy Barrow. 
Delta Zeta Outstanding Freshman Girl Award went to 
Carol Smith. Among D. Z.'s, Lucy Barrow was elected 
as outstanding active while Sharron Ezekiel was elected 
outstanding pledge. Jackie McFarland received the an- 
nua! pledge trophy and Dannie Robinson received the 
scholarship trophy. Delta Zetas from all over the state 
came to Howard when Alpha Pi was host to the annual 
D. Z. State Day. Executive p-oducer of the Perry 
Mason Show, Gail Patrick Jackson, a Delta Zeta 
alumna, honored with a visit also. Open house was 
given in honor of our redecoration, which included 
plush wall to wall carpeting. 

Ed Tate, Sigma Nu, was selected as D. Z. Man 
at the annual spring Banquet at the Roma Club, while 
Ronnie Guy, also of Sigma Nu, was selected as Pledge 
Sweetheart. 



DELTA ZETA SORORITY 




Aycoclc, Helen 
Barrow, Lucy 
Calloway, Sharon 
Cutcliff, Nancie 
Davis, Vicki 
Ezelciel, Sharon 



Gilbert, Sharon 
Goodwin, Judy 
Gunn, Marilyn 
Harris, Linda 



Kendnck, Carolyn 
Key, Janet 
Lovelace, Charlotte 
Luck, Judy 



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Mcgginson, Martha 
McFarland. Jackie 
Nelson. Mildred 
Nickolas, Judy 
Norred, Patsy 



OwingS, Peggeen 
Pitts, Brenda 
Pruott, Gail 
S, billet i. Charlene 
Simpson, Marcia 



Smith, Louann 
Sptact, Mary 
Stubba, Dot Ann 
Thomas, Becky 
Whitlow, Sylvu 






"My PHI MU Lady . . ." Miss Carol Long, the 
reigning Miss Dixie, was selected the most beautiful 
girl on campus, receiving the title Miss Entre Nous. 
Marcia Zydiak was chosen Most Beautiful in Evening 
Gown. Phi Mu favorites in the Eentre Nous are Lyn- 
dal Fletcher and Barbara Yarbrough. Elaine Brooks 
was a candidate for Miss Congeniality. 

Carol Long was H-Club Sweetheart. Phi Mu held 
the vice-president's seat in Senior Panhellenic and treas- 
urer's seat in Junior Panhellenic. 

President Elaine Brooks was secretary of the Stu- 
dent Government and was in Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 

Barbara Yarbrough is Dream Girl of Delta Sigma 
Phi and Carolyn Irey was named Pledge Sweetheart. 
Sigma Nu chose Gayle Wann as their spring Pledge 
Sweetheart. 

At the annual Christmas Party, Charles Purvis, 
Delta Sig, was named Alpha Gamma Guy, and Johnny 
Jones, Sigma Nu, was named Boutonniere Boy. Phi 
Mu favorites cited were Ben Bailey, Charles Fite, 
Charles Harwell, and John Norman. 

Carol Long and Flo Taylor led the band as major- 
ettes. Elaine Brooks and Millie Lawley were band 
members. Service Day Awards went to Elaine Brooks 
and Carol McGregor. Cited for scholarship were Anne 
Christian, Carol Cook, Kay Howell, and Joy Colbert. 
Barbara Yarbrough was Best Dressed girl on campus. 
Phi Mu placed second in Homecoming decorations and 
Sigma' Nu Events. They placed third in Step-Sing. 
The annual service project was to sponsor an orphan at 
the Baptist Heme in Troy. Contributions were made to 
Youth Against Polio and White Crutch Day. Elaine 
Brooks wae state secretary of Eta Epsilon. Phi Mu 
brought "mothers cooking" to the campus with a cake 
sale. The pledges held the annual Faculty-Greek Val- 
entine Tea. The Phi Mu Olympics were begun this 
year. 



PHI MU SORORITY 



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Biddle, Alio 
Blake, Sara 
Blanks, Maz 
Brooks, Elai 




Sirw.iul.' l.inuo 
Vide, Marilyn 
W'.tlki-i. Franctt 
Woodard, I ouiu 
Yarbrough, Barbara 
Zydiak, Mai 



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TOP . . . New officers pose for their official picture a 

spring banquet. 

BOTTOM ... We went to the House of #8.50 Eyeglas 



DELTA SIGMA PHI 





DELTA SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY, the fra- 
ternity of "Engineered Leadership," strives to develop its 
members as a group, but also as individuals. This is 
exemplified by the diverse campus activities of the 
members. 

Delta Sigs are represented in Phi Delta Chi and 
Kappa Psi, professional fraternities; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, premedical fraternity; Beta Beta Beta, biology 
fraternity; Alpha Kappa Psi, business fraternity; Phi 
Alpha Theta, history fraternity; The Association of 
Business Majors; H-Club; Dorm Court and B. S. U. 

The Phi Mu's selected Charles Purvis as their 
Alpha Gamma Guy. Charles Hopson was elected 
president of the newly organized Association of Business 
Majors. 

The Delta Sigs offered a full and varied calendar 
of social activities for the year. A rush banquet was held 
at the Vestavia Country Club. Founders' Day was 
held at the Tutwiler Hotel. Miss Barbara Yarbrough 
of Phi Mu was named Dream Girl for 1961-62. The 
pledge class named Miss Carolyn Irey, Phi Mu, as 
Pledge Class Sweetheart. Members and pledges were 
entertained at The Club by Mrs. Anne Owens, former 
sweetheart. The annual Shipwreck Party was held at 
the Hollywood Club. Miss Jodie Davison was selected 
as the Shipwreck Girl. Mr. George Smith, faculty 
advisor, was the speaker at the Carnation Banquet in 
May. Other parties included a hayride, a spaghetti 
supper, and pledge swaps. The houseparty was held in 
Panama City, Florida. The Delta Sigs participated in 



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Ralph Holmo. Wukci Hut 

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Earl Mitchell, Bernard 
Moore, Frank Morrison, 

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West, Ray West, Harold 
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Warrick, Bob 
Willinghtm, R 
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WiUia, John 




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SIGMA NU 




IOTA CHAPTER of Sigma Nu began its 83rd 
year at Howard with the pledging of 32 men. 

Homecoming brought first place honors along with 
first place in Step-Sing. The members once again 
captured, for the fifth time, the Omicron Delta Kappa 
Scholarship Cup and the I.F.C. Scholarship Award. 

Second place was won in the intramural swim 
meet. A trophy was won for the Polio Drive for hav- 
ing the largest number of men participating. 

Serving as sorority sweethearts were Bob Mc- 
Kenzie as Beta Beau for BSO and Ed Tate as D. Z. 
Man for Delta Zeta. Pledge sweetheart titles went 
to Ronnie Guy for Delta Zeta; and Johnnie Jones for 
Phi Mu. 

Attending the Leadership Conference at Washing- 
ton and Lee were Bill McNeal, Mason Dollar, Charles 
Fite, Jim Colley, Richard Cross, and Division Com- 
mander, A. P. Longshore, Jr. Iota was host to the 
Division Conclave consisting of Sigma Nu's from 
Howard, Auburn, and the University of Alabama. 

Open House was held for bandleader Johnny 
Long, a Sigma Nu. During the snowstorm, Iota men 
kept their lodge open for stranded commuters. 

The 1961-62 Sigma Nu Events was the most suc- 
cessful yet to be held. Miss Mary Jo Real, Alpha 
Delta Pi, was chosen at a tea as Miss Sigma Nu 
Events. Delta Zeta won first place in the relays and 
captured the new rotating trophy. 

Brother Clayton McCoy won the Omicron Delta 
Kappa award for the highest scholastic average in 
the sophomore class. Iota men are found in Kappa Pi, 
Circle K, Masquers, Phi Delta Chi, Kappa Psi, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, Beta Beta Beta, H-Club, B. S. U. Choir, 
A Capella Choir, Male Chorus, the marching band, the 
Crimson, Entre Nous, S.N.E.A., Alpha Kappa Psi, 
and A. Ph. A. 

Serving as active Sweetheart for 1961-62 was Miss 
Sara Hayes, Alpha Delta Pi. Pledge Sweethearts for 
the year were Miss Jeri Sapp, Beta Sigma Omicron, and 
Miss Gail Wann, Phi Mu. Miss Ricky Harvey, Beta 
Sigma Omicron, was named 1962-63 Sweetheart at the 
White Rose Banquet at the Roma Country Club. 

The executive secretary made a visit to the chapter. 
Brother Richard Cross is the new president of the 
Methodist Student Movement, succeeding brother Ron 
Wilson. Brother Charles Fite served as Greek Editor 
of the annual. Brother Tom McDougal served on the 
inter-pharmacy fraternity council. 

Iota men attended the Grand Chapter Meeting in 
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 

The annual houseparty was held in Panama City, 
Florida. 

Iota celebrated the initiation of the 800th initiate 
at the spring banquet. 



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Fite, Charles 
Fowler, John 
George, Jim 
Glazner, David 
Green, Jerry 
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Griffith, Jim 
Gustin, John 
Guy, Ronnie 
Hare, Jack 
Hester, Jerry 
Ivey, Bill 



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Kennard. Gary 
Layton, Lynn 
Merrill, Buddy 
Morgan, Arthur 
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McCoy, Clayton 
McDonald, Donald 
McDougal, Tommy 
McKenxie, Bob 
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Line: Garland Jones, Richard Fendley, Jim Thompson, Carl Shepherd, Bonwell Royal, 
Backs: George Versprille, John Shoemaker, Billy Hurst, Bobby Jackson. 



Storie, Buddy Bozeman, 



THE BULLDOGS 




THE SEASON 



HOWARD 


60 


MEMPHIS NAVY 


HOWARD 


64 


GEORGETOWN 


HOWARD 


16 


WOFFORD 


HOWARD 


14 


FURMAN 


HOWARD 


20 


DELTA STATE 


HOWARD 


18 


CARSON-NEWMAN 


HOWARD 


14 


MISS. COLLEGE 


HOWARD 


34 


SOUTHWESTERN 


HOWARD 


80 


TROY 



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Halfback George Versprille drives through weak Navy defense. 

HOWARD SINKS NA VY 
IN OPENER 60-0 



On a bright sunny afternoon the Howard Bulldogs 
traveled to Memphis, sank the Navy of Memphis 60-0, and 
started another winning season. 

The Bulldogs showed a tough defense, allowing only 96 
yards while the 'Dog's offense amassed 416. The defense was 
anchored by Richard Fendly, Bennie Storie, Bonwell Royal, 
and Carl Shepherd. 

Bobby Jackson and George Versprille were the offensive 
leaders in the game. 

Freshman Richard Cruce scored two touchdowns, making 
a place for himself in future Bulldog Football. 

Every Bulldog who played gave an all out effort in the 
victory. 




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End Wayne HoIIey grabs for a pass as a Georgetown defender rushes 






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BULLDOGS RIP 
TIGERS 64-6 



The Howard Bulldogs crushed the Georgetown Tigers 
64-6 in Howard's first home game of the season, played in 
the newly completed Seibert Stadium. 

Fullback Harry Hitchcock led the team in scoring with 
three touchdowns, and in rushing with a 15 yards per carry 
average. Hitchcock scored one touchdown on a 59 yard 
scamper. 

Bill Hurst scored two touchdowns. Following 1 litchcock 
in scoring. Halfback Bobby Jackson followed 1 litchcock with 
a 13 yards per carry average. 

Defense was again superb In' tin- Bulldogs. The Tigers 
scored their only touchdown alter recovering a 'Dog fumble 

close to the goal. 



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BULLDOGS STOP TOUGH 
TERRIERS 16-13 



Howard sneaked past Wofford 16-13 i 
thrilling games of the season. 



one of the most 



Bulldogs had to come from behind twice to edge the 
The winning score came with 55 seconds left to 



Terri, 
play. 

Wofford sco-ed in the second period and led 7-0 until 
the fourth quarter. The Bulldogs blocked a Wofford fumble 
and Buddy Bozeman covered it in the end zone. Howard 
went ahead 8-7 on the extra point passed to Bozeman. 



Wofford came back and went ahead 13-8. It looked 
as if the show was over, but the 'Dogs could not be left out. 
They recovered a fumble on the Terrier 27 and produced 
the winning score with 55 seconds left in the game. John 
Shoemaker hit speedy Julius Head for the TD, and the 
same combination for the PAT. 



A tough Wofford defense stops Bobby Jackson as he drives off tackle. 



Harry Hitchcock (31) and Bobby Jackson (23) move in to stop 
hard charging Wofford back. 




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Furman's All-American Fullback, Tom Campbell, is halted by Howard tackli 



FURMAN HANDS HOWARD 



FIRST DEFEAT 



Furman, the first major college played by Howard since 
the Forties, sneaked past the Bulldogs 21-14 in a very exciting 
game. 

Guard Jim Thompson blocked Furman's first punt, and 
two plays later Bobby Jackson went 16 yards with a screen 
pass from John Shoemaker for the first score oi the game. 

Furman fought back and led the 'Dogs 15-6 at h.ilfume. 



A beautiful 67 yard run by Jackson turned a second 

Shoemaker to Jackson screen pass into a Bulldog score in 
the thud quarter. 

With about two minutes left to play, and the scene 2\-\2 
in favor of Furman, Jim Thompson blocked his second punt 

of the night. The ball went out oi the end /one i or a 

touchback and two points foi the 'Dogs. The game ended 
with 1 toward going foi broke to score the winning points. 



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Delta Stat 



HOWARD DOWNS DELTA 



IN HOMECOMING 



Howard, playing under home stadium lights for the first 
time, defeated Delta State 20-14 in a hard fought homecoming 
battle. 

The Bulldogs jumped out in front with two big touch- 
downs in the first quarter. George Versprille scored the 
first TD on a 10 yard jaunt that capped a 61 yard drive. 
Quarterback John Shoemaker capped a quick 75 yard march 
with a beautiful 65 yard run on a bootleg play. 



The Statesmen fought back to a score in the second 
period, and Howard led at halftime by a score of 14-8. 

The Bulldogs roared out after the half, recovered a 
Statesmen fumble, and turned it into a score. The Statesmen 
scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter but could not catch 
the Bulldogs. 

Center Carl Shepherd led the rugged Bulldog defense by 
making 24 tackles. He was aided by Tackles James Hallman 
and Jerry Pharo. 

The game was a perfect climax to a wonderful Home- 
coming Weekend. 





RONNIE WELLBORN 



BUDDY HUGHES 



BILLY HURST 




'DOGS TRIM C-N 
EAGLES 18-7 



Howard shot down the high flying Eagles of Carson- 
Newman 18-7. 

The Bulldogs were slow on defense in the first half, but 
led at halftime 6-0 thanks to a rugged defense and the running 
of Bobby Jackson. 

The Eagles moved ahead of the Bulldogs 7-6 in the second 
half, but Bobby Jackson came to the 'Dog rescue to put the 
game on ice with two long touchdown runs. 

Bennie Storie and Carl Shepherd were key men in 
killing the Carson-Newman drives. 






CHOCTA WS GIVE 'DOGS 
SECOND DEFEAT 



On a wet, rainy night in Clinton, Mississippi, the Howard 
Bulldogs dropped their second game of the season 15-14 in 
a controversial game with Mississippi College. 

The Bulldogs drove for the first score of the game with 
Bobby Jackson hitting paydirt from the three. By half time, 
however, Alton Greenlea and company had tied the score 



In the fourth period Greenlea threw a pass on fourth down 
with eight yards to go. A controversial pass interference 



HALFBACK 
JERRY PARTRIDGE 



penalty was called and the Choctaws took this break on to 
a score and led the Bulldogs 15-8. 

Julius Head took the MC kickoff and went 85 yards 
for a touchdown. The Bulldogs went for two points and a 
win, but failed. 

This was the Bulldogs third straight loss to the Choctaws. 





End Buddy Bozem, 



he pass despite the Lynx defender. 




Fullback Harry Hitchcock is finally : 



HOWARD TOPPLES 
SOUTHWESTERN 



The Bulldogs defeated Southwestern of Memphis 34-7 
for a roaring finish to High School Day. 

Julius Head scored two of the five Bulldog touchdowns 
to lead in scoring. Head caught a 37 yard pass for his first 
score and a 27 yard pass for his second, and the final Bulldog 
score. Both passes were thrown by Shoemaker. 

Hitchcock, Jackson, and Versprille scored a touchdown 
each to round out Howard's scoring. End Charles Jacobs 
played his finest game of the season, catching passes of 20 
and 31 yards. Freshman Fullback Terrell Humphreys was 
an outstanding reservist. 




'DOGS DIKE TROY 

WA VE 80-0 



The Bulldogs closed tlieir '61 football season and opened 
track season against Troy, blitzing them 80-0. 

Flashy Halfback Bobby Jackson went 90 yards for a 
touchdown on Howard's first play from scrimage, and the 
Bulldogs did not slow down all night. Julius Head and 
George Versprille led the scoring with 20 points each. 

Buddy Bozeman, who wore No. 80, caught the eightieth 



the second highest scoring game in Bulldog 




George Versprille sprints goalward, past the last Troy defender 




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BOBBY JACKSON 
LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN 



Howard star halfback for the past two years, Bobby 
Jackson, has been named on the first team of the Williamson 
Rating System's Little Ail-American football team. 

Jackson was the team's scorer with 58 points. Against 
Carson-Newman, he scored all 18 points as Howard won 18 
to 7. His longest run of the season was a 90 yard dash 
against Troy State College. 

Jackson, a 5-9, 170 pounder, and a junior at Howard, 
will be back for another season next year. 



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GEORGE VERSPRILLE 
SIGNS PRO CONTRACT 



Halfback George Versprille has signed a contract with 
the Green Bay Packers, a professional football team. He 
was signed as a defensive back. 

Versprille was Howard's leading rusher his sophomore 
year and was second to Jackson his junior and senior years. 

George is the first Howard footballer to go into pro 
ball since Sam Gocdman, Jimmy Tarrant, and Woodrow 
Taylor in the pre-war years. 



Pro George Versprille displays his skil 



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RICHARD FENDLEY 




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SEASON'S TALLY 



The Howard Bulldogs finished a successful football 
season, losing only two games. 

Schedule step-up Furman barely stopped the riled Bull- 
dogs 21-14, and Mississippi College nipped the 'Dogs for 
the third straight year, this time 15-14. 

Despite the losses, it was a good season for the fans and 
the players. The many road trips were good excuses for 
students to put down their studies and follow the chalk line 
of the Gridiron. 

Another season is past. 



Even the Band was on hand to help the Bulldogs to a 7-2 record. 




Mascot — Duke of Howard 





STATISTICS 










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TC YG 


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Av. 


Jackson 




78 673 


20 


653 


8.4 


Versprille 




64 330 


6 


324 


5.1 


Hitchcock 




53 323 


5 


318 


6.0 


Head 




23 143 


9 


134 


5.8 


Shoemaker 




29 202 


71 


131 


4.5 


Hurst 




25 103 


1 


102 


4.1 


Ozley 




16 100 


7 


93 


5.8 


Cruce 




13 78 


2 


76 


5.8 


Collins 




17 91 


16 


75 


4.4 




SCORING 








Jackson 

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Wyatt 






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54 


Cruce 






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Versprille 


46 


1 


34 


Hill 










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Bozeman 


18 


Welborn 









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BASKETBALL 






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Rick White, Bob Flowers. 
Clyde Frederick, Jerry Tho, 



y Puckett, Jim Sullivan, M.ke Moebes, Bob Cradic 
Back Row: Wayne Atcheson, Bobby Draper, Fultor 
las, Jim Moebes, and Coach Walter Barnes. 





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1961-62 RESULTS 

BELHAVEN 

ALABAMA 

SHORTER 

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W. CAROLINA 

MARVVILLE 

TAMPA 

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BELMONT 

MISS. COLLEGE 

PRESBYTERIAN 

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STATISTICS 










F.G. Pet. 


F.T. Pet. 


Rbs. 


Pts. 


Avg. 


Jim Sullivan 


43.1 


84.0 


85 


440 


20.0 


Jim Moebes 


47.8 


81.3 


ISO 


^46 


15.7 


C. Frederick 


40.2 


55:7 


228 


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10.9 


Bob Cradic 


47.6 


72.6 


158 


181 


S.6 


Jerry Thomas 


60.1 


6S.4 


181 


155 


7.0 


Alan Hos.er 


400 


63.1 


129 


141 


6.4 


Mike Moebes 


42.6 


60.0 


79 


137 


6.9 


Fulton Lowery 


J8.2 


86.2 


7\ 


93 


4." 


Bobby Draper 


40.9 


52.6 


49 


82 


4.3 


Rick White 


63.6 


77.7 


13 


21 


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H. Ledbetter 


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5 


19 


1.9 



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Front Row: Left to Right: Gary Pate, Don Wiginton, Roger Benton, Ed Hickman, Bob McKenzie, Bobby Allen, Sam Robino, 
Wayne Drake; Second Row: Mike Romeo, Jack Deavors, Harry Golson, John Jeter, Jack Hare, Mike Drake, Fulton 
Lowrey, Ray Hurst; Third Row: Coach Virgil Ledbetter, Garland Jones, Wayne Howard, Doug Killough, John Scott, John 
Papadenis, Bill Lawrence, and Wayne Atcheson. 




BASEBALL-1962 



Alabama 

Alabama 

Alabama 

Kalamazoo 

Kalamazoo 

Kalamazoo 

Kalamazoo 

Morehead 

Morehead 

Morehead 

Memphis St. 

Memphis St. 

Belmont 

Belmont 



Wm. Carey 
Wm. Carey 
Wm. Carey 
Ala. Coll. 
St. Bernard 
Memphis St. 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Miss. Coll. 
Miss. Coll. 
Miss. Coll. 
Ala. Coll. 
St. Bernard 



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BASEBALL STATISTICS 1962 






SB 


AB 


R 


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RBI 


AVG 


John Papadenis 


33 


101 


33 


41 


21 


.406 


Fulton Lowery 




87 


21 


28 


19 


.323 


Wayne Drake 


5 


105 


23 


33 


20 


.314 


Bill Lawrence 


3 


70 


17 


21 


24 


.300 


Jack Deavours 


1 


102 


15 


30 


22 


.294 


Bob McKenzie 


2 


61 


11 


17 


12 


.279 


Roger Benton 


1 


56 


8 


14 


8 


.250 


Harry Golson 


9 


89 


17 


20 


10 


.225 


Don Wiginton 




37 


6 


7 


7 


.189 


Gary Pate 


6 


66 


15 


11 


9 


.167 


Garland Jones 




15 


2 


5 


5 


.333 


John Jeter 


1 


22 


4 


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GOLF RESULTS Record, 6-0 


Howard 


15 


Alabama College 


Howard 


14/2 


Florence 


Howard 


18 


Athens 


Howard 


16'/a 


Alabama College 


Howard 


15/2 


Florence 


Howard 


18 


Athens 




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Front Row: Jerome Turner, Rod McKinley, Wally Honey, Warren McCrummen. Back Row: Hunter 
Abercombie, John Sanford, Coach Sharman, Steve Wright, and Dave Beerman. Not Pictured: John 
Capell. 



Howard 


6 


Ga. State 


Howard 


4 


Alabama 


Howard 


9 


Florence State 


Howard 


3 


Southwestern 


Howard 


4 


Depauw U. 


Howard 


6 


U. of Miss. 


Howard 


7 


Auburn 


Howard 


8 


Athens 


Howard 


9 


Florence State 


Howard 


6 


Spring Hill 


Howard 


9 


Cincinatti 


Howard 


9 


Auburn 


Howard 


7 


Miss. College 


Howard 


8 


Miss. College 


Howard 


7 


Spnnghill 


Howard 


4 


Miss. Southern 


Howard 


9 


Athens 


Howard 


7 


Ga. State 


Howard 


10 


Ala. College 


Howard 


8 


Memphis State 


Howard 


8 


Memphis State 




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Left to Right, Front Row: Richard Queen, Ben Bingham, Don Shurbet, Julius Head, Odell Ozley, 
Arthur Whatley, and Buddy Love. Back Row: Mgr. Ken Nealy, Bill Williams, Jim Thompson, Glenn 
Shepherd, Ricky White, John Lowe, James Hallman, and Coach Barnes. 




1962 Track 


Record 




Howard 50 




Southwe 


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Howard 54 




Florence 




Dixie Relays: 








Mississippi College 






63 Vi 


Union 






6i y 2 


Howard 






37 Vi 


Florence 






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Millsaps 



Coach Walter Barnes 



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RICHARD QUEEN 



RICKY WHITE 



GLENN SHEPHERD 






JAMES HALLMAN 




HOWARD'S MOST VALUABLE 
Front Row: Bobby Jackson (football), John Capcll (tennis), Bill Ivey (golf), Rick Davis (track). 
Back Row: Julius Head (track), Carl Shepherd (football), and Jim Sullivan (basketball). 



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HYPATIA is the highest honorary organization for women on campus. It is composed of junior and senior women. First Row Left 
Right: Linda Harris, Rhonda Cook, Pat Howard. Second Row: Joannie Seever, Sara Mathis, Barbara Whatley. 




^™ A LA ^ BDA J? E , LTA is a " or S an ' zat '°" f or w °™n »'h° have attained an average of 2.5 or above. First Row, Left to Right: 
McWhorter, Burns, Whaley, Brummett, Dyer, Cook. Second Row: D.bb.ns, Turner, Howard, Farris, Henninger, Whatley, Hudson Th.rd 
Row: Bruner, Harris, Huntoon, Martin, Kimbrough. 




SERVICE GUILD is an organization whose primary purpoM i« to be of service .. . 

I„,n S,tv.-i Helen I..I.1.M..11 S.u, I'.,.,- Second Row: Alice Hernng, Mary Louise MuU, Judy Kincud, Sara Mwhu, Caroline Jadeso 

Dean Siz.-nu.ie. Il.une Hums. Dee Damson, Jo Ann I l.ll. Alldra Dyer, (-el,., Smith 



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First Row, Left to Right: Mike Bradley, John Crook, Mike Perry, Red Conrad, Dale Martin., Pearson Clack, Larry Richmond. Second 
Row: Howell Glenn, Dean John Fincher, Jack Snell, James Kelly, Gary Wolfsk.ll, Jerry Wood. Net Pictured: Bobby Jackson. 




ALPHA PHI OMEGA is a national service fraternity for men who have been members of the Boy Scouts of America. Their purpose 
is to promote leadership and fellowship. First Row, Left to Right: Hanna, Morton, Wilson, McClung, Conville, Perry Second Row: 
White, Love, Bush, Acklen, Nealy, Christmas. Third Row: Stith, Croushorn, Clapp, Little, Hill, Snell. Fourth Row: Edwards, Newman, 
LaGroue, Jackson, Eanes, Abies. 

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PHI ALPHA DELTA is a distinguished law fraternity. First Row, Left to Right: Robert Brandon, Pete Julian, Dick Wise, Tom Ferrell, 
Dick George. Second Row: Carl E. Cunningham, John Webb, Robert Burnette, Stanley Kupiszewski. Third Row: Don Krueger, John 
Taper, Reneau Almon, Jerry Cruse. 




STUDENT MAR ASSOCIATION Oil K IK'S I,,,, K\m-. 1 .•)< n. Kivl.t: Sunl.-y Ku|M-/,-w>ki H.ll l\ M v 
Row: Don Ferrell, Dick George, Jed Lowery, John Goodman, Jerry Cruse, Edd Billingtly 




WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 
make and enforce the rules of the dormitory. 
Billie Sue Turner, Susan Barrow. Second R< 
Martha West. 



F.rst Row, Left 

w: Ann Boynton, R, 



of the Women's Dorm and a representative from each floe 

Right: Martha Beckett, Cecelia Smith, Charlotte Lovelace, Faith Fussell, 

Blackwell, Sandra Martin, Flo Taylor, Sylvia Chambless, 




ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS is an organization res. 
Left to Right: Martha Beckett, June Vinson, Mary Ann Hood, Cecel 
Daniel, Martha West, Colleen Latham, Audra Dyer, Elaine Brooks. 



Smith, Lou Ann Smith. 




ALPHA EPSILON DELTA is an organization for students who are in pre-med and assoc.ated sciences who hav _ 

and high scholarship. First Row, Left to Right: John Crook, Mike Perry, Virginia Johnson, Dale Martin. Second Row: Dean John 

Fincher, Dr. C. C. Hall, John Sanford, James Kelly, Pearson Clack, Richard Cross. 




AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY is an organization for students who are majoring in ChemUtry tnd related field* Fuel Row, 
Left to Right: L. S. Hazelgrove, Peggy Guffin, Audra Dyer, Joe Hurlbert, Jim Grogran, Paul Smith, IV R W. Pilcher. Second Row: 
Bo!> Glaze, I Vn.ild Musi-, I )r J H I.angston, ( .01 lev Thompson. Wayne Duren, Howell Glenn Third Row: Tom McGee, l'.nl.v 
Dickinson, Jon Sanford. 



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PHI ALPHA THETA is an honorary organization for students who are majoring or minoring in history. First Row, Left to Rig 
Judy Morris, Joannie Seever, Joy Colbert, Una King Currier, Martlv Rae Dobbins, Olivia Bruner. Second Row: Louis Hill, Pat Salmo 
Jim Moebes, Claude Mullican, Rod Conrad. Third Row: Dr. Hugh Bailey, Dr. George Irons, Mr. H. Helmbold. 




MASQUERS is an organization for students who are interested in dramatics and have earned sufficient points by working on backstage 
jobs and participating in major and minor productions. First Row, Left to Right: Linda Harris, Lindal Fletcher, Sylvia Cocharan, Vic 
Fichtner, Guy Keeton. Second Row: Mr. Mashburn, Lynn Whatley, Charles Fite, Paul Smith, Carol Pagelson, Ann Gray Owens, Marcia 
Simpson. 





PRESS CLUB is an organization for journ.il.Mn m.Hius ,.nl studenti who are interewed in the field ol iournaliun Firsi Row, Lef 
Right: Catherine Bryant, Mary Lane Holland, Lucy Barrow, Mariann Bohorfouah, Louiu Wotfdard Second Row: Mr. Arnold, Jm 
Sizemore, Carol Pagelson, Barbara Keeling, Frank Harwell, Mr. Smith 



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CIVIORUM is a service organizat.cn for women students who live off campus and are interested in knowing other town students and i 
serving the campus. First Row, Left to Right: Laura Weaver, Marie Henninger, Gail Lowery, Anita Jane Horton, Markanne Ganti 
Second Row: Joyce Zackie, Janice Ketchum, Kay Jackson, Mary Jo Brown. Third Row: Helen Johnston, Mabry Robinson, Virgini 




ETA EPSILON is an organization for all girls who are interested in the field of home economics. First Row, Left to Right: Gammill, 
Howard, Butler, Barrow, Daniel, Saxon. Second Row: Whisnaut, Brocks, Barrow, Whit, Whatley. Third Row: Haney, Griffith, 
Bennett, Simpson. Yates, Biggs, Evans. Fourth Row: Mullins, Freeman, Mathis, Guffin, Currier, Phillips. 



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FRENCH CLUB is an organization for students who are interested in French. First Row, Left to Right: Linda Harris, Jan Phillips, 
Martha Rae Dobbins, Cecelia Smith, Charlotte Lovelace. Second Row: Dr. Acton, Louise Penton, Ruth Walker, Diane Seymour, Elaine 
Burns, Dr. Hawley. 




PHI GAMMA MU is the National So. i.il S.mv...- II. 

studies and to inspire locial lervici by in intelligent app 
to Right: loAnn Sumner, Diem Gibba, Una King Cu 
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PI DELTA PHI is an honorary fraternity of scholars of the French language Their purpose is to create and inspire 
a deeper appreciation of French literature and culture. First Row, Left to Right: Elizabeth Cook, Elaine Burns, Linda 
Harris. Second Row: Dr. Hul-Cee Acton, Diane Seymour, Frances Shirley, James H. Davis. 




SPANISH CLUB has as its purpose to arouse interest in the customs and cultures of Spanish and Latin American Society. First Row, 
Left to Right: H. J. Thomas, Alma McKee, Jan Harris, Jackie McFarland, Fred Stearns, Mrs. Weeks. Second Row: Glenn Rice, Sandra 
Bass, Diane Seymour, Barbara Gunther, Colleen Latham. Third Row: June Rudder, Mabry Robinson, Judy Harris, Jenny Pair, Shirley 
Smith, Dorothy Sims. Fourth Row: V.rginia Harrison, Olivia Bruner, Sylvia Chambless, Nora Huntoon. 



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SIGMA TAU DELTA is an organization for students who are outstanding scholastically in the field of English language and literature. 
First Row, Left to Right: Martha Rae Dobbins, Linda Fincher, Joy Colbert, Judy Morris, Carol Harris, Francis Camp, Nora Huntoon, 
Betty Ruth Stone. Second Row: Miriam Houk, Patricia Bell, Beverly Hand, Robbie Whaley, Sandra Bass, Elaine Burns, Colleen 
Latham, Nancy Neighbors, Jerry Wright. 




USHER'S CLUB is an organization for students who l..,v I keen intern 
Marsh, Colbert, Seymour, I. ulcer. Short Second Row: Howard, Math, 
Lowery. Third Row: Bryant, Nealey, Dennis, Savon, McKee 



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SIGMA DELTA PI is an honorary organization for Spanish students who are interested in learning more about the customs and 
practices of Spanish people. First Row, Left to Right: Martha West, Margaret England, Betty Ruth Stone, Sara Mathis, Mrs. Weeks 
Seccnd Row: June Carter, Mike Bradley, Wade Malke, Martin Palmer, Sandra Sims. 




BETA BETA BETA is a national organization for biology students who have attained high honors in their particular area of concen- 
tration. First Row, Left to Right: Helen Aycock, Lana Brigance, Laura Weaver, Susanne Gibbs, Clara Gibbs, Helen Johnston, Virginia 
Johnston. Second Row: Pearson Clack, Bill Farrar, Richard Cross, Bill Hill, Mike King, James Kelly. Third Row: Dean Fincher, Dr. 
Hall, Dr. McCuIlough. 




MATH CLUB is an organization for students who have a special interest ; 
Right: Bridges, Ketchum, Cosper, Dyer, Beckett, Henninger, Peacock, Brui 
Glaze, Waits, Mahon, Jordan, Merritt, McGuff, Weaver. Third Row: Dr. 
Daniel, M.nshew. 



id talent in the field of mathematics. First Row, Left t( 
imet, McGuff, Griffin, Smith, Wilder. Second Row: Ray 
Wheeler, Daniel, Glenn, Nix, Heard, Rhodes, Dr. Peoples 




KAPPA MU l-PSILON is a N.- 
Linda Coaper, DeLila Daniel, Betl 
Bishop, Dr. Peoples, Jean Bridgei 



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ALPHA KAPPA PSI is a professional fraternity for male students majoring in commerce and business administration. First Row, 
Left to Right: Moyer, Davis, Keith, McDowell, Mahlke, Heclcl, Tanory. Second Row: Hopson, Hale, Dean, McDonal, Saeter. Third 
Row: Chastain, Gresham, West, Logan. 




PHI CHI THETA is a national professional fraternity for women in business. First Row, Left to Right: Sandra Bynon, Louann Smith, 
Rosalyn Harrison, Gerry Conwell, Kay Howell, Anita Jane Horton. Second Row: Mary Edith Rosser, Kay McCrary. 




KAPPA DELTA EPSILON is a National Honorary Fraternity for women students who are planning to enter the teaching profession. 
Fim 1 Row Lef to Right Una Kmg Curner. Billie Sue Turner, Sarah Mathis, Joan Hymel, Martha West, Barbara Whatley, Martha 
Becked SecondRow g Beverly Hand, Anne Welch, Joy Colbert, Patrica Bell, Pat Howard, Mary Grace Barnes, jerry Mae Talley. 




KAPPA DELTA PI is a National Honorary Fraternity foi •tudena interested ,n .!„■ i.-.nhmg P r„i.-ss.on First Ro« I eft to Right: 

Martha West, Billie Sue Turner, Mary Ann Robinson. Second Row: Natalie Webb, (Catherine Duffy, George Burroughs, Ann Welch. 




KAPPA PHI KAPPA is a National Education Fraternity for men who are interested in education and promotion of education principles 
on the college campus and the teaching profession. First Row, Left to Right: Larry Graham, John Jeter, Jim Summers, Roderick Conrad. 
Second Row: Jerry Wright, Tommy Holbroolcs, Mike Bradley, Lynn Whatley, Paul Thompson, Dr. John Carter. 




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Joyce Green, Nora Huntoon. 




AMERICAN CHILDHOOD EDU( VTION ,s ,„ -«■•»-■;';;«; - s t " u . ,., NUI ' M- a,,, M,,v Ann H I. S Un 

Barbara K«lin" G.,,1 VCVhs,.-,. M.„v A U ■ ' ■-' *»■ < '' Chmy, P.. Howard, Bo. MuU,g«, 







DELTA OMICRON is a national professional music fraternity for women students. First Row, Left to Right: Robbie Tarrant, Kay 
Calfee, Sherill Martin, Gayle Glenn, Peggy Glenn, Sandra Martin, Jane Brummett. Second Row: Betty Ann MacRae, Carol Smith, Mary 
Lou Kreutzman, Lucy Lee, Carol Pagelson, Monetta Moak, Elizabeth Harris, Myra Jean Adams, Danny Robinson, Tommie Riddles. 




MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE is open to all majors in music education to afford students opportunity for 
professional orientation while still in college. First Row, Left to Right: Tarrant, Myers, Stevens, Miller, Middletown, MacRae. Second 
Row: Mills, Henderson, Martin, Glenn, Harrison. Third Row: Graham, Whatley, Black, Lowery, Snell. Fourth Row: Chanler, Mrs. 
Kathleen Martinson. 







KAPPA KAPPA PSI is a national band fraternity for all men students who are members of the band and hav 
qualified for membership. First Row, Left to Right: Lynn Whatley, Jack Kronimus, Don Graves, Cordell Harrisor 
Second Row, Johnny Glover, John Norman, Crawford Conway, Palmer Rowe, H. J. Thomas. 




TAU BETA SIGMA is .. n.,. ,.,„.,] U„„! ,„„„ , v to, women memberi of the band who have qualified to, memhc.sh. P 1 ,.m Rom Left 

tO Right: Barbara Almon, Jean Miller, Fayr,„r Hollom.in Sno.ullim: I'.yvv Glenn. M.mh.i B.vlu-U. IWnd.t Ruth Vinson Thud 

Row: Blaine Brooke, Robbie Tarrant, [ulia Gam Flo Tayloi 



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LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA is an organization for women students who are majoring in pharmacy and who have a high scholastic average. 
First Row, Left to Right: Mary Nell Hodgins, Barbara McManus, Peggy McKnight, Gienda Metts. Second Row: Sherri Clowdus, Carol 
McGregor, Barbara Harlow, Peggy Kimbrough, Bobbie Lowery, Sally Porters. 




RHO CHI is the highest honor society for pharmacy students. Members are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, and leader 
ship. First Row, Left to Right: Carol McGregor, James Jackson, Lyndell Brewis, J. H. Moore. Second Row: Raburn Johnson, Jin 
Howard, M. L. Robinette. 




DAMES SOCIETY First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Harold Spencer. Mis Stanley Ku P ,s„-u sk,. Mrs Sim Cnlrt.th, Mtl David 

Wininger, Mrs. Bernard Ba.ley, Miss Pat Coffman. Second Row: Mrs Robert Burnett, Mis Charles Hall, Mis Walter Malison. Mis 
Jim Pope, Mrs. John Waggoner, Mrs. Walt Sanford. 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION is the governing body of the campus President of the S.G.A. is Sanford Colley, 
John Crook is V.ce-President, Gary Wolfskill is Treasurer, Elaine Brcoks is Secretary. Dr. Austin C. Dobbins and Dr. Allen are faculty 
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David Eldon Glazner 

November 27, 1942— January 26, 1962 



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Ramona Jeanne Caldwell 

November 3, 1943— January 26, 1962 



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JHoward is mirrored through student life. 
.id students reflect ideals and adult prin- 

ibert Gym, in the library or attending 

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ENTRE NOUS PROJECTS 

PROGRAM FOR '60' s 



"Entre Nous," "Between Us." Between us, you 
and me, we share the memories of our college days. 
Memories of leadership, service, honor and Christian 
scholarship. 

Gathered under the cover of the 1962 Entre Nous is a 
cross section of student life at Howard. 

Emphasizing Howard's growth through the progres- 
sive "Program of the '60's," Editor Carolyn Kendrick 
and her staff of eighteen feature the highlights of the 
school year. 

With a budget of over #14,000, the Entre Nous 
stands on its own feet financially. Operating revenue 
comes from advertising, Greeks, organizations and SGA 
allocations. 




MARIANNE BOHORFOUSH, SANDRA MALONE AND GIN- 
GER GAMMILL Activities Editor, Faculty Editor and Religious Life 




CHARLES FITE, SARA HAYES AND BETTY FINLEY Greek 
Editor, Beauty Editor and Assistant Beauty Editor. 





BARBARA KEELING AND ARLEEN SHORT 
Organization Editors 




LYNNE WESTON, JUNE RUDDER, JEANNIE ROBISON AND 
LINDA NEALY. Law School, Freshman, Sophomore and Senior Class 
Editors. Not Shown: Judy Luck, Junior Class Editor, 



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THE 
BULL PUP 



Put out in the fall semester of each school year, The Bull Pup 
is every student's second right hand. 

Edited this year by senior Sylvia Smith, the publication is fi- 
nanced through the Student Government Association and the sale 
of advertisements. 

The twenty-two-strong staff delivered its product the first week 
of December. 




Bull Pup staffers include First Row, Left to Right: Beverly Ward: Editor, Sylvia Smith; Business Manager, Lucy Barrow; Joy 
Colbert and Cornelia Kirby. Second Row: Martha Marsh, Marcia Simpson, Roselyn Harrison, Mary Thornberry and Carol 
Pagelson. Third Row: Stanley Daugherty, Jim Simpson, Marth.i Vaughn, David Mc Nutt and Wayne Atcheson. 



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THE 
CRIMSON 



Howard's weekly this year is rated First Class 
by The Associated Collegiate Press. 

Newswoman Catherine Bryant and her staff 
of over twenty reporters have labored long and 
hard to make The Crimson the mark of fine 
Journalism that it is recognized as being. 

Sponsored by SGA and Advertisements, The 
Crimson puts out thirty-two issues annually. 





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HOMECOMING 1961. . . . 




THE NIGHT BEFORE 



Readying for a gridiron battle against Delta 
State, "A Statesman's Affair" was chosen as 
the battle cry for the annual event. 

Homecoming 1961 was highlighted by the 
dedication of F. Page Seibert Gymnasium and 
Stadium, a gigantic pep rally and bonfire topped 
with all night lawn decorating on Friday. 

The morning of the big game, hundreds 
of Howardites rode through Homewood yelling 
and parading for their team. 

At half-time game ceremonies Miss Janette 
Young, one of the few girls ever to win both 
beauty and popularity contests at Howard, was 
named "Miss Homecoming." June Vinson and 
Rickey Harvey were alternates. 

Howard downed Delta 20-14 to put the 
hing shine on the special week end. 




Delta is doomed . 



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Classes, clubs, sororities and fraternities 
all gathered in Homewood, waving banners 
and spreading spirit. 

Through the valley, collegiate yells 
resounded as the spirited student body 
turned out for the parade backed by alumni 
and friends of the college. 



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DURING THE DAY 



While tlu- bo\s rushed 
out to buv mums and the 
coeds prettilv prepared 
for the Big Game Date, 
judges were at work to 
select the top decorations 
in float, sororitv and 
fraternity competitions. 

Entries ranged from 
Phi Mu Summit to Delta 
Sigma Phi Funeral to 
Beta Sigma Omicron 
Veto. 

The Delta Zeta's "Ex- 
pected Victory" and the 
Lamba Chi's Court along 
with Pi Kappa Alpha's 
hugh football player 
gave the judges some- 
thing to debate about. 




The Parade judges declared the Baptist Student Union's Bulldog Jury guilty of first pi; 




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THE BIG NIGHT 



Capacity crowds filled Seibert Stadium as 
lovely Janette Young was crowned to reign at 
the game. 

Of the ten girls nominated by the footbal 
players, the student body chose June Vinson 
first alternate and Rickey Harvey second alternate. 




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WONDERFUL 



Another first for Howard, September 1961 saw the begin- 
ning of "Wonderful Week-Ends. " 



Sponsored by various campus organizations, the week-ends 
began with a Friday night theme supper followed by i 



Classes, religious organizations, service groups and Greeks 
11 joined hands to aid in the fun-packed new project. 



The week-ends were adopted from Director of Student Af- 
fairs, H. Lindy Martin, who first thought up the idea. 




Alpha Psi Omega goes Beatnik 



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Civiorum girls turn goblin 



WEEK - ENDS 




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Basketball player, gel ho 



CUMBERLAND LA WYEKS 



Howard's Cumberland Law School filled its first year on 
the lake shore campus with activity and honors. 





LAW DAY 



berland Law alumni tour local quarters 




Law itudenta diaciui ..isc in point .u banquet 



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FUN 



Sorority girls compete annually for the coveted Sigma Nu 
Events trophy. 

Sponsored by the fraternity, the girls tried their skills at 
orange passing, sack racing, water pouring, pie eating, ball 
throwing and egg smashing. As the points mounted so did 
the spirit of the day ending in fun for all! 




Buttons Clark and Mary Ann Gai 



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PUTS ON 
EVENTS 

The boys of Sigma Nu crowned Mary Jo Real queen of 
the day. The Alpha Delta Pi won out over seven other girls, 
two representing each of Howard's foi 



Delta Zeta racked up the highest score and for the second 
straight year tcok the Sigma Nu Events trophy. 




Sponsoring their sororities were, Left to Right, Sandra Hale, Mar 
Zydiak, Shelia Fly, Patty Lollar, Patsy Norred, Marilyn Gunn, Shar 
Worsham and Mary Jo Real. 





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MISS ENTRE 



The annual Miss Entre Nous Pageant, spon- 
sored by The Entre Nous, spotlighted over 50 
coeds all vying for the campus' top beauty award. 

With ten finalists chosen as beauties and ten 
as favorites, the Pageant Tea proved a time of 
tough decision for the judges who had to pick the 
top twenty. 

Competing in sports clothes and evening attire, 
the girls were judged on poise, beauty, c 
and personality. 



A time of special importance; The Miss Entre Nous Tea 




Sportswear proved the costume of the day for competing Iovelie 





Each in her dressiest formal and tipping her ears with dangling sparkles to match those of her eyes, the 






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NOUS PAGEANT 




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HOWARD 

WELCOMES 

CHRISTMAS 





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HIGH\ 



The third annual High School Day s 
over 1200 high school junior and senior 
students from throughout the state flock t 
Howard's campus. 

Greeted with receptions, tours, and con- 
ferences, the High Schoolers were special 
guests at the Howard-Southwestern football 
game. 




Pep Rally brings out Howard spirit. 



SCHOOL DAY 



Sponsored hy the Student Government 
Association, approximately 2600 letters were 
sent out to high school principals and 
itist pastors throughout the state in- 
citing students to attend. 




Jack Snell welcomes 




Dr. Wright joins in o. 



Outdoor lunch helps 



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THE SPIRITi 



With a smile, a cheer and a winning spirit the Bulldog 
cheerleaders reflect their school spirit off duty as well as on. 

With June Vinson as Head Cheerleader and Ruth CoIIey 
as Alternate Head Cheerleader the team led student yells in 
both victory and defeat. 



June Vinson and Ruth Colley 




June Vinson, Ruth Colley and Rickey 




Freshman cheerleaders are, kneeling left to right, Barbara Blair, Vonnie 
Manring, Lynda Ritchey Standing are Beverly Bacon, Danella Vinson and 
Nancy Etheredge. Not pictured are Carolyn Barton and Jeri Sapp. 



OF HOWARD 





FRIENDSHIP 
WEEK 




Faculty takes basketball game win from studer 



- TWIRP 



Friendship-Twirp Week was the usual annual turn of 
tables as coeds eagerly sought out their favorite beaux. 

Leading off the multi-evented calendar was Step-Singing. 
Division winners were Sigma Nu, Men's Division; Beta Sigma 
Omicron, Women's Division; Sophomore Class, Class Divi- 
sion; and Methodist Student Movement, Mixed Division. 

A double-header of faculty-student volleyball and basket- 
ball followed on Tuesday, sponsored by the Women's Intra- 
mural Association. 

Wednesday saw the Women's Residence Hall's Twirp 
Tea with girls escorting, as was the manner of the week. 

Highlighting this annual event was the Friendship Ban- 
quet. Molly Hodges, last year's alternate Miss Friendship, 
was crowned friendliest girl. A newcomer from Auburn Uni- 
versity, Joel Hitt, took the Mr. Friendship trophy. The title 
of friendliest female professor for 1961-62 went to Mrs. Mary 
Washington. Dr. Hul-Cee Acton, longest reigning professor 
of Howard's faculty, took the top honor among male pro- 
fessors. 

Climaxing the all-campus fun week was the Twirp Party 
sponsored by the newly formed Old Maids Club. 






ART ON 



Under the thumb of Mrs. Clifford Wilder, 
Buchanan Hall Art Gallery featured a steady flow of 
exhibits during 1961-'62. 

Besides Howard art students, exhibitors included 
Mrs. Richard Howard, Lemuel McDaniel, and Charles 
Hand. 

The sidewalk art show proved to be a stopper for 
many students who paused to view and purchase the 
works of their fellow classmates. 



Charles Hand, Instructor 




EXHIBIT 




Sidewalk Art Show colors campus with works of students 




Oili prevail in Buch 



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PHARMACY 




The Ninth Annual Honors Day Banquet for the 
Howard division of Pharmacy awarded twenty-four 
seniors and six undergraduates. 

With over 250 guests attending this years gala, 
the program was initiated in 1953 by Dr. W. R. Byrum. 



Good food mixed with conversation prevailed as talk 
turned from the classroom to the dinner table. 




id manager of Professional and Grade Rela- 



BANQUET 









INTRAMURALS 



The multi-seasoned intramural program at Howard 
provides challenges for the Greeks as well as the in- 
dependents to score for their teams. 

Beginning with football for the boys and speedball 
for the girls, the program launches competitive spirit 
among all the students, spectato-s as well as fans. 

Tennis, softball, and basketball follow as the sea- 
son changes to outdoor activity. 

Swimming meets were held for the first time this 
year, giving the water bugs a chance to try their wings. 



Sigma Nu's dribble for point on Lamba Chi's. 





Phi Mu's teamwork keeps Independents on thei 





Bounce pass seems to be in order 



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SERVICE DAY 




Howard students, endeavoring throughout the school year 
to fulfill their obligations of service, leadership and scholar- 
ship, are honored in the spring of each school year. Either 
for an outstanding service or a combination of services, many 
Howardites were honored this year. 

Four separate campus-wide convocations were set aside for 
the purpose of naming the honorees. Service Day came first. 
It singled out 31 coeds for their outstanding service to the 
school. Following this special day came Scholarship Day. At 
this time students having 2.500 averages or higher were recog- 
nized. 

Tap Day saw Hypatia, Omicron Delta Kappa, Trident and 
Service Guild single out new members. Climaxing the honor 
packed days was Senior Chapel. The last chapel program 
of the school year, some thirty graduating seniors were cited 
for their outstanding scholarship or service. 



AWS PRESENTS SERVICE AWARD 
Miss Avalee Willoughby received an award as female faculty member 
who has taken the most active part in student activities from Martha 
Beckett, president of Associated Women Students. 




Service Day singles out deserving coeds 



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TAP DAY 




SERVICE GUILD 
Left to right, Margaret Ann White, Sharon Worsham, Gwen 
Anderson, Mozella Pettus, Virginia Hall and Janice Goode. 
Martha Mathis and Rena Blackwell are also new members. 
The women of Service Guild serve as official hostesses at 
college functions. 





OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

Outstanding in scholarship and service are the new ODK 
members Dr. Gilbert Guffin, Dean of Religion; Fred Stearns, 
Bill Ivey, Bobby Davis and Greg Eanes. 




TRIDENT 
Chosen for their high scholastic averages and outstanding lead- 
ership were Larry Graham, Lyndell R. Brewis, Rod Conrad, 
James Kelly, and standing are Pearson Clack, Bobby Maise, 
Howell Glenn, Wendell Turner, Dale Martin and Claude 
Millican. 











HYPATIA 

Juniors chosen for the top women's honorary are, sealed: Beit 
Ruth Stone, Joy Colbert, Linda Hudson, and Handing .11 
Mary Lane Holland. Martha Rao Dobbins, Millie Hear, 
Maxine Mosely, Cecilia Sm.th and Colecn Latham 



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SCHOLARSHIP 
DAY 



Some sixty-eight Howard scholars were guests of 
honor at this year's annual Scholarship Day. 

All students with a 2.700-3.000 overall average 
rated High Class Honors while the 2.500-2.699 achiev- 
ers rated Class Honors. 

Dr. Theodore August Distler, Executive Director 
of the Association of American Colleges, was guest 
speaker for the occasion. 

Dean of the College John A. Fincher presented the 
students with achie 




Dean Fincher calls the honor roll. 




Individual recogni 



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SENIOR 
CHAPEL 



Mortarboards in place, the Class of 1962 appeared 
for Senior Chapel. Honored with a campus-wide con- 
vocation, the students assembled for the last chapel 
period of their Howard careers. 

Dr. C. Roy Angell of the Central Baptist Church 
in Miami, Florida spoke at the convocation. 




"Oh, Howard Alma Mater True 




Dean Fincher presents awards 






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H-DA^ 




Howard's grounds were turned Western with forty-niners 
invading the campus for H-Day. Class dismissed and cow- 
pokes stampeded the chuck-wagon for vittles! Suddenly injun 
maids, miners, Western ladies of fashion and trail bosses 
flashed on the Lake Shore prairie. 

An afternoon in Seibert Corral featured events from pie 
to discus throwing! Faculty-student softball, egg throwing, 
relays and high jumping climaxed the afternoon of fun. 

Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority took round-up honors with 
outstanding participation among the Westerners, with Barbara 
Blair and Charles Lowery walking away with costume trophies. 

Crowned Mr. and Miss Howard at the nighttime pageant 
were Joel Hitt and Alice Herring. 




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D. J. and "The Boys." 






COMMENQt 



Howard's 1962 class began its graduation week- 
end with the traditional Friday night candlelight dinner 
held on the campus lawn. 

Saturday featured a senior picnic at Oak Moun- 
tain State Park, followed by a reception for graduates 
and their families held in the Women's Residence Hall 
lobby. Dr. and Mrs. Wright hosted the reception. 

Sunday morning Baccalaureate services at Dawson 
Memorial welcomed seniors, parents, and fellow stu- 
dents as Dr. Harold Seever of Mobile delivered the 
special sermon. 

Howard's first graduation to be held in Seibert 
Stadium also saw the first group of Cumberland Law 
School diplomas awarded at Howard on Monday night. 



Senior class officers don graduation apparel. 




In their honor, seniors smile and dine by candlelight. 




LISTED IN 



1962 






LUCY FRANK BARROW 
— senior in home economics 
from Lanett; President Delta 
Zeta, Student Senate, Panhel- 
lenic, Eta Epsilon, Kappa Omi- 
cron Phi, Beta Sigma Phi, 
Press Club, B.S.U. Greater 
Council, Business Manager of 
Bullpup. 



WHO'S 

IN 
AND 



A 



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MARTHA VAN BECK- 
ETT — senior in math from 
Sylacauga; Miss Friendship of 
1960; President A.W.S., Pres- 
ident W.I.A., Miss A.S.E.A. 
1961, Chaplain of S.G.A., 
Tau Beta Sigma, Pi Delta Phi, 
Secretary of S.G.A. 1960-61, 
Dorm Council, Math Club. 



ELAINE CAULK 
BROOKS— senior in home eco- 
nomics from Butler; Secretary 
of S.G.A., President Phi Mu, 
Miss Congeniality 1960, Miss 
Friendship 1961, Alt. Miss 
Howard 1960, B.S.U. Execu- 
tive Council, Tau Beta Sigma, 
Kappa Omicron Phi, President 
Dorm Council. 



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RODERICK HIRAM 
CONRAD— senior in history 
from Panama City, Fla.; Alpha 
Phi Omega, Kappa Phi Kappa, 
Phi Alpha Theta, O.D.K., 
Kappa Kappa Psi, Trident, 
Brotherhood, Band. 



WHO 



AMERICAN COLLEGES 



UNIVERSITIES 



BARBARA WHATLEY 
CRIDER — senior in home eco- 
nomics from Dothan; President 
Kappa Delta Epsilon, French 
Club, President A.W.S., Pi 
Delta Phi, Eta Epsilon, Hypa- 
tia, Kappa Omicron Phi, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Ushers' Club, 
S.N.E.A. 



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CHARLES SANFORD 
COLLEY — senior in speech 
and dramatic arts from Russell- 
ville; President of S.G.A., The- 
ta Alpha Phi, Masquers, Var- 
sity Debate, Brotherhood, 
Men's Dorm Council, Religi- 
ous Drama Guild. 



JOHN NEWMAN 
CROOK— senior in biology 
from Opelika; Vice-President 
S.G.A., Tri Beta, Alpha Epsi- 
lon Delta, O.IXK., Spanish 

Club, B.S.U. Executive Coun- 
cil, Chaplain S.G.A. in I960- 
61, Agape, President Sopho- 

nunc ( Hass. 




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T. JOSEPH DEAN— sen- 
ior in physical education from 
Carrollton; Dorm Council 
Member, Baseball, Basketball, 
Physical Education Majors 
Club, President Brotherhood, 
Alpha Phi Omega, Circle K. 



MARTHA E. HENDER- 
SON — senior in music educa- 
tion from Eutaw; B.S.U. Ex- 
ecutive Council, President 
Y.W.A., Student Dean, A 
Cappella Choir, Ushers' Club, 
American Guild of Organists, 
Agape, Band. 



BEBE JO FAULKNER— 
senior in biology from Tampa, 
Fla.; Alpha Lambda Delta, Tri 
Beta, Hypatia, Student Dean. 



JERRY HERSCHEL HES- 
TER — senior in art from Bir- 
mingham; Sigma Nu, Kappa 
Pi, Spanish Club, B.S.U. Ex- 
ecutive Council, Track, Broth- 
erhood, H-Club, Male Chorus, 
1961 H-Day Committee Mem- 
ber. 



SARA HELEN HAYES— 
senior in speech and dramatic 
arts from Dothan; Alpha Delta 
Pi, Sigma Nu Sweetheart, 
Greek Goddess, Cheerleader, 
Best Actress in 1961, Best Stu- 
dent Director in 1961, Mas- 
quers, Campus Beauty in 1962, 
S.N.E.A. 






MARY ELEANOR HOD- 
GES — senior in elementary 
education from Decatur, Ga.; 
Miss Friendship in 1962, Beta 
Sigma Omicron, Alt. Miss 
Howard, President W.I.A., 
B.S.U. Executive Council, Pan- 
hellenic, S.N.E.A, ACE. 




MARY LANE HOLLAND 
— junior in journalism from 
Gadsden; Editor of Crimson 
1960-61, Hypatia, President 
Alpha Lambda Delta, Debate 
Squad, B.S.U. Executive 
Council, Tau Kappa Alpha, 
B.S.U. Choir, Press Club. 



JAMES BERNARD KEL- 
LY — senior in biology from 
Florence; President B.S.U., 
President Agape, Student Sen- 
ate, O.D.K., Trident, Tri Beta, 
Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Ep- 
silon Delta, President Junior 
Class. 



PATRICIA ANN HOW- 
ARD — senior in elementary 
education from Dothan; Hypa- 
tia, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kap- 
pa Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Ep- 
silon, French Club, Ushers' 
Club, Pi Delta Phi, President 
A.C.E., S.N.E.A. 



GUY HENDERSON 
MARLOWE— senior in hu- 
man relations from Leeds; 
President Pi Kappa Alpha, 
President Pi Gamma Mu, 
President Kappa Phi Kappa, 
O.D.K., Circle K, Alpha Phi 
Omega, I.F.C., Student Senate. 



WILLIAM WILD IVEY— 
senior in finance and insurance 
from Evergreen; Sigma Nu, 
H-CIub, Varsity Golf, Alpha 
Kappa Psi, O.D.K. 



§ 



SARAH ALICE MATHIS 
— senior in English from Bo.i/; 
B.S.U. Choir, Student Senate, 
Hypatia, Sigma Tau Delta, 
Sigma Delta Pi, Service Guild, 
B.S.U. Executive Council, 
Spanish Club, President YAW 





WALTER MICHAEL 

MOEBES — senior in biology 
from Decatur; H-Cluh, Kappa 
Phi Kappa, Alpha Epsilon Del- 
ta, Basketball Team Captain, 
O.D.K. 



JOHN MICHAEL PERRY 
— senior in biology from Child- 
dersburg; President Alpha Ep- 
silon Delta, Tri Beta, Alpha 
Phi Omega, O.D.K., Band, 
B.S.U. 




LINDA SUE NEALY— 
senior in religion from Mobile; 
B.S.U. Executive Council, Stu- 
dent Dean, Beta Sigma Omi- 
cron, President W.C.V.A., 
Treasurer of Senior Class, Sec- 
retary of Junior Class. 




CHARLENE MARIA 
SCHILLECI — senior in phar- 
macy from Bessemer; Delta 
Zeta, Rho Chi Pharmaceutical 
Honor Society, Lambda Kappa 
Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Hypatia, American Pharmaceu- 
tical As 



SARA EMMA PATE— 
senior in elementary education 
from Evergreen; B.S.U. Ex- 
ecutive Council, Service Guild, 
B.S.U. Choir, A Cappella 
Choir, Ushers' Club, A.G.O., 
Honorary Counselor Men's 
Dorm, S.N.E.A. 



AHLEIDA JOAN SEE- 
VER — senior in English from 
Mobile; President Service 
Guild, President Sigma Tau 
Delta, Hypatia, Student Dean, 
President Kappa Delta Epsilon, 
B.S.U. Executive Council, Al- 
pha Lambda Delta, S.N.E.A. 





JANE BRUMMETT 

SHIRLEY— senior in math 
from Birmingham; Alpha Del- 
ta Pi, Math Club, French Club, 
Kappa Delta Pi, Kappa Mu 
Epsilon, Pi Delta Phi. 




SONYA JUNE VINSON 
— senior in human relations 
from Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.; 
Student Dean, Head Cheer- 
leader, BSU Executive Council, 
President WCVA, Student 
Senate, First Alt. Miss Home- 
coming, Honorary Counselor 
Men's Dorm. 




KARL BRYANT STRAIN 
— senior in religion from At- 
talla; President of Senior Class, 
Senior Staff Member in Men's 
Residence Hall, Ministerial As- 
sociation, Student Senate. 



GARY WOLFSKILL— sen- 
ior in English from Pompano 
Beach, Fla.; Treasurer of 
S.G.A., Alpha Phi Omega, 
Kappa Phi Kappa, German 
Club, O.D.K., Brotherhood, 
Agape, Band, Religious Drama 
Guild. 



GEORGE HEPPEL VER- 
SPRILLE — senior in physical 
education from Norfolk, Va.; 
President Physical Education 
Majors Club, Captain Track 
Team, Captain Football Team, 

H-Ciub. 



CAROLYN JANITTi: 
YOUNG — senior in homo eco- 
nomics from Piedmont; Miss 
Howard of I960, Miss Entre 
Nous of 1961, M.ss Homecom- 
ing of 1962, Alpha Delta Pi, 

Cheerleader. Eta Epsilon, 1 [- 
Club Sweetheart, Kappa Omi- 
cron Phi. 




BULLDOG 




MARCIA ZYDIACK 



LINDAL FLETCHER 



LUCY BARROW 



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DR. BAILEY 



The 1962 Entre Nous has been dedicated to Dr. Hugh 
Bailey. Always smiling, always ready to help a student and 
always eager to join in the fun, Dr. Bailey is a prime reflection 
of Howard spirit. 





Service Guild President Joan Seever presents Dr. Bailey 
with the title of "Butler," an annual award made by the 
group. 





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Bastille Day in the middle oi March! Typical of antic* 






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SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



Marv Jane Abernathy — A Cappella Choir; B.S.U. 
Choir; B.S.U. Greater Council; S.N.E.A.; Ushers 
Club; Y.W.A. 



Mary Grace Barnes — President of Student N.E.A.; 
Dorm Council; Ushers Club; W.C.V.A.; Kappa Delta 
Upsilon; American Childhood Education; Spanish 
Club; Bullpup Staff; Y.W.A. 



Martha Van Beckett — Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities; Miss Friendship; Miss A.S.E.A.; 
President of Associated Women Students; President of 
Women's Intramural Association; Vice-President of 
Senior Class; Chaplain of S.G.A.; Secretary of Fresh- 
man and Sophomore Class; Secretary of S.G.A.; Pi 
Delta Phi; Kappa Delta Upsilon; Tau Beta Sigma; 
S.E.A.; Math Club; B.S.U.; Dorm Counselor; Inde- 
pendent; Entre Nous Staff; Physical Education Majors 
Club; Band; A.W.S. Service Award; Honor Committee. 



Patricia Bell — Sigma Tau Delta; S.N.E.A.; Kappa 
Delta Epsilon; B.S.U. 



Suzanne Buckingham Benton — Kappa Delta Pi; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon; American Childhood Education; 
S.N.E.A. 



Bobbie Carman— W.C.V.A. 



Sally June Carter — Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Y.W.A.; 
S.N.E.A.; Spanish Club; Water Club. 



Sylvia Cochran — B.S.U. Choir; Scops; French Club; 
Best Supporting Actress for Workshop Plays. 



Roderick Conrad — Band; Kappa Kappa Psi; Kappa 
Phi Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Alpha Theta; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Brotherhood; Who's Who in Amer- 
ican Colleges and Universities. 



Rhonda Dean Cook — Kappa Delta Epsilon; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Delta Pi; Service 
Guild; Hypatia; President of Panhellenic; Miss Entre 
Nous Finalist; Sigma Tau Delta. 



John Crook — Sophomore Class President; Chaplain 
of Senate; Vice-President of S.G.A.; Alpha Phi Omega; 
B.S.U. Executive Council; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Beta 
Beta Beta; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities; Omicron Delta Kappa. 



Una King Currier — Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; 
S.N.E.A. 



Sara Dean Blake— Phi Mu Fraternity; S.N.E.A.; 
Spanish Club; Scops; Debate; Workshop Plays. 



Lynn Davis — Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. 



Elaine Brooks — President of Phi Mu Fraternity; 
Band; Majorette; Tau Beta Sigma; Panhellenic; 
Y.W.A. Dorm Counselor; President of Dorm Council; 
Eta Epsilon; Junior Class Senator; Secretary of S.G.A.; 
B.S.U. Executive Council; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Miss Congeniality; Alternate 
Miss Howard; Honorary Counselor for Men's Dorm; 
Miss Friendship; Best Dressed Finalist. 



Joe Dean — President of Brotherhood; B.S.U. Execu- 
tive Council; Physical Education Majors Club; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities. 



Carl Gary Elliott — Kappa Psi; Alpha. 
Richard A. Faust — Alpha Kappa Psi. 



Bettye Donette Hikes — A.C.E.; Ladies Chorus. 



Betty Anne Finley — Eta Epsilon; Entre Nous; 
S.N.E.A. 



Guy Thomas Halbrooks — President of Trident; 
M.A.; Mission Band; Religious Drama Guild; Phi Eta 
Sigma; A Cappella Choir; Male Chorus; Band; Kappa 
Phi Kappa. 



Charles Fite — Sigma Nu Fraternity; Kappa Pi; 
Masquers; Circle K; Greek Editor; Entre Nous. 



Roselyn Harrison — B.S.U. Mass Choir; Agape; Mis- 
sion Band; Phi Chi Theta; Band; Swimming Club; 
Ushers Club; Y.W.A.; Bullpup Staff. 



Jerry Flowers — Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. 



Mabel Gibbons— Y.W. A.; Mission Band; W.C.V.A.; 
Ushers Club; Sigma Tau Delta; Associated Women 
Students; Student Dean; Hall Counselor; Secretary of 
Women's Dorm; S.N.E.A.; Kappa Delta Epsilon; 
B.S.U. Greater Council. 



Peggy Fay Glenn— Hypatia; Tau Beta Sigma; Presi- 
dent; Delta Omicron Vice-President; A Cappella Choir; 
Band; American Guild of Organists; M.E.N.C.; Ladies 
Chorus; Associated Women Students; Tau Beta Sigma 
Honor Pin; Miss Entre Nous Contest; Service Day 
Award; Y.W.A. Hall President; Hall Counselor; "Stu- 
dent Prince"; Mission Band; Civiorum; "The Magic 
Flute"; Chapel Choir. 



Sara Hayes — Masquers; Religious Drama Guild; 
Greek Goddess; Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Nu Sweetheart; 
Cheerleader; French Club; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 



Martha Henderson — B.S.U. Executive Council; 
Y.W.A. President; Mission Band; Agape; Freshman 
Advisory Council; Student Dean; American Guild of 
Organists; Ushers Club; M.E.N.C; Band; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities; A Cappella 
Choir; Service Day Award. 



Jerry Hester — Sigma Nu Fraternity; Kappa Pi; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; 
B.S.U. Executive Council; Spanish Club; Brotherhood; 
Track; H Club; Male Chorus; H Day Committee. 



Anne Godfrey— Y.W.A.; S.N.E.A.; American Guild 
of Organists. 



JoAnn Griffith — President of Beta Sigma Omicron; 
Eta Epsilon; Kappa Omicron Phi; Panhellenic; B.S.U; 
Y.W.A.; Miss Home Economics Finalist. 



Molly Hodges — Alternate Miss Howard; Beta Sigma 
Omicron Sorority; Lambda Chi Alpha Pledge Sweet- 
heart; President of Women's Intramural Association; 
Panhellenic; Miss Friendship Finalist; S.N.E.A.; Associ- 
ation for Childhood Education; B.S.U. Executive Coun- 
cil; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; 
Associated Women Students. 



Peggy Guffin — Alpha Lambda Delta; Math Club: 
Kappa Mu Epsilon; American Chemical Society; Agape 
Y.W.A.; B.S.U. Greater Council; Student N.E.A.: 
Freshman Mathematics Award Winner; Service Award 



Janice Hopkins — A Cappella Choir; Student Dean; 
Dorm Council; B.S.U. Greater Council; B.S.U. Fresh- 
man Treasurer; B.S.U. Mass Chorus; Chapel Choir; 
S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Spanish Club; Ushers Club; "Stu- 
dent Prince"; Y.W.A.; Mission Band. 



Mary Ann Hood— S.N. E. A.; Entre Nous Staff; 
B.S.U. Executive Council; B.S.U. State Devotional 
Chairman; W.C.V.A.; Y.W.A; Spanish Club. 



Jim King — H Club; Golf Team; Beta Beta Beta; 
Kappa Kappa Psi; Band; B.S.U.; Brotherhood; Circle 
K. 



Patricia Howard — Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; W.C.V.A.; Hypatia; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Epsilon; French 
Club; Pi Delta Phi; Y.W.A.; Ushers Club; S.N.E.A.; 
President of A.C.E.; Entre Nous Staff; Mission Band; 
Agape. 



Joan Hymel — Student National Education Associa- 
tion; President of Ushers Club; American Childhood 
Education Association; Spanish Club; Y.W.A. 



Mary Jean Jackson— Y.W.A.; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; 
Kappa Delta Epsilon. 



William Mizell Jackson — Alpha Phi Omega; Swim- 
ling Club. 



Barbara Anne Keeling — Entre Nous Staff; Press 
Club; S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Y.W.A.; Spanish Club; Ush- 
ers Club; B.S.U. Greater Council. 



Carole Kite — Beta Sigma Omicron; A Cappella 
Choir; B.S.U. Choir; Y.W.A. 

Barton Marshall Leaf — Alpha Kappa Psi; Phi Alpha 
Theta; Pi Gamma Mu President; Dean's List. 

Patsy Martin-French Club; B.S.U. Choir; Y.W.A.; 
Secretary of Senior Class; Mission Band. 

Jean Mash— Spanish Club; Y.W.A.; W.C.V.A.; 
Agape; Mission Band; Ushers Club. 

Sarah Mathis — Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; President of Spanish Club; President 
of Y.W.A.; Sigma Tau Delta; Hypatia; Sigma Delta 
Pi; B.S.U. Choir; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Service Guild; 
Senior and Junior Class Senator; Sophomore Class Sec- 
retary. 

Lee McBrayer — Phi Mu Fraternity; Kappa Delta Ep- 
silon; S.N.E.A.; Y.W.A.; American Childhood Educa- 
tion; Ladies Chorus. 



James Kelly — President B.S.U.; President of Agape; 
President of Junior Class; A.P.O.; O.D.K.; Beta Beta 
Beta; Student Senate; A.E.D. 



Patricia Kelso — Alpha Delta Pi; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Dream Girl; Eta Epsilon; Panhellenic; Miss Entre Nous 
Finalist; Miss Howard Finalist. 



Carolyn Faye Kendrick — Editor of 1962 Entre Nous; 
Greek Editor of Crimson; Press Club; Delta Zeta; 
Sweetheart of Delta Sigma Phi; Student N.E.A. 



Mary Louise Mills — A Cappella Choir; Service 
Guild; Music Educators' National Conference; B.S.U. 
Executive Council; Y.W.A.; Student Dean; A.G.O.; 
R.D.G. 



Gracie Mitchell — Physical Education Majors Club; 
B.S.U. Greater Council; Y.W.A.; Mission Band; 
W.I. A. Championship. 

Linda Nealy — Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; President W.C.V.A.; B.S.U. Executive 



Council; B.S.U. Greater Council; Beta Sigma Omicron 
Sorority; Junior Panhellenic; Student Dean; Treasurer 
of Senior Class; Secretary of Junior Class; Miss Soph- 
omore Class; Ushers Club; Spanish Club; Press Club; 
Associated Women Students; A.W.S. Service Award; 
Senior Class Editor of Entre Nous; Y.W.A.; Agape; 
Mission Band; B.S.U. Mass Chorus; Ladies Chorus. 



Judith Frances Pruet — S.N.E.A.; Ushers Club; Span- 
ish Club; Kappa Pi; Phi Mu Fraternity. 

Dianne Rasbury — Phi Chi Theta; B.S.U. Greater 
Council; Mission Band; Independent; W.I. A. Cham- 
pionship. 



Mildred Nelson— Delta Zeta; President of Delta 
Zeta Pledge Class; President of Panhellenic; Masquers; 
Religious Drama Guild; Sweetheart of H Club; Alter- 
nate Miss Entre Nous; Best Dressed Girl; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities; Alabama Maid 
of Cotton; Miss Homecoming Court; Miss Howard 
Court. 



Mary Ann Robinson — S.N.E.A.; American Child- 
hood Education Association; Spanish Club; Ushers 
Club; Ladies Chorus; B.S.U.; Colonial Dames Essay 
Award. 



Ann C. Ruble — Delta Zeta; Eta Epsil 
A.C.E. 



i; S.N.E.A.; 



Anne Gray Owens — Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi 
Fraternity; President of Masquers; President of Theta 
Alpha Phi; Entre Nous Favorite; Best Supporting 
Actress of Workshop Series; Alpha Delta Pi; A.W.S. 
Service Award; W.S.G.A.; Directed workshop play 
"Something Unspoken"; Parts in "R.U.R.," "Papa is 
All," "The Silver Whistle." 

William Martin Padgett — Kappa Psi; American 
Pharmaceutical Association; Vice-President of Senior 
Class of Pharmacy. 

Sara Emma Pate — A.G.O.; Freshman B.S.U. Coun- 
cil; B.S.U. Executive Council; Service Guild; Honorary 
Counselor in Men's Dorm; Miss Howard Finali 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 
second Alternate Miss Homecoming; Freshman Ad 
visory Council; S.N.E.A.; A Cappella Choir; B.S.U 
Choir; Y.W.A.; Student Dean; M.A. Organist; A.C.E. 
Ushers Club; Mission Band. 

John Michael Perry— Alpha Phi Omega; President of 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Band; Beta Beta Beta; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities; B.S.U. 



Ahleida Joan Seever — Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities; Y.W.A.; President of Service 
Guild; President of Sigma Tau Delta; President of 
Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Phi Alpha The- 
ta; President of German Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Hypatia; B.S.U. Executive Council; State B.S.U. Vice 
President; Ladies Chorus; Dorm Council; Student 
Dean; First Prize Colonial Dames Essay Contest; Gavel 
Club; Freshman Advisory Council; S.N.E.A. 

Frances Shirley — Dean's List; Junior Marshall; 
Agape; Y.W.A.; Pi Delta Phi; French Club; Spanish 
Club; French Government Award; Dorm Council. 



Sylvia Smith- — Kappa Delta Epsiloi 
tor; Crimson Staff. 



Bull Pup Edi- 



Jeanette Soloman — Beta Sigma Omicron Sorority; 
Freshman Cheerleader; B.S.U. Greater Council; B.S.U. 
Choir; Women's Intramural Association; Crimson 
Staff; Civiorium. 

Betty Ruth Stone — Alpha Lambda Delta; Sigma Tau 
Delta; Sigma Delta Pi; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Student 



NEA; Spanish Club; Y.W.A.; Treasurer of Sopho- 
more Class. 



Bryant Strain— Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; President of Senior Class; Senior 
Counselor; Student Senate; Ministerial Association. 



Barbara Whatley — President of Kappa Delta Epsi- 
lon; President Associated Women Students; French 
Club; Pi Delta Phi; Eta Epsilon; Kappa Omicron Phi; 
Hypatia; S.N.E.A.; Y.W.A.; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Miss Junior Class; Ushers Club; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities. 



Robbie Tarrant — Alpha Delta Pi; President of Delta 
Omicron; Hypatia; A Cappella Choir; Tau Beta Sigma; 
M.E.N.C; Second Lead in "The Magic Flute"; "Stu- 
dent Prince." 



Carolyn Joan Whitt — Eta Epsilon; Student N.E.A.; 
Y.W.A.; President of Kappa Omicron Phi; Kappa Del- 
ta Epsilon; Scholarship Day; Chief Marshall; Home 
Economics Honor Roll. 



Robert Burns Templin — S.N.E.A.; Ministerial As- 
sociation; Kappa Phi Kappa; Library Staff. 



Gloria Willis— S.N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Ushers Club; 
Y.W.A.; Spanish Club. 



Shirley Anne Thompson — Band; Tau Beta Sigma; 
Ladies Chorus; Ushers Club; AGO; S.N.E.A. 



Mary Thornberry— B.S.U.; Y.W.A.; W.C.V.A.; 
Mission Band; Agape; Dorm Council; Bullpup Staff; 
French Club. 



Charles Varni — Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Delta Chi; 
A.P.H.A.; Men's Dorm Court. 



June Vinson — Student Dean; Student Government 
Association; President of W.C.V.A.; B.S.U. Executive 
Council; Head Cheerleader; Honorary Counselor Men's 
Dorm; First Alternate Miss Homecoming; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities. 



Blanche Waters — Kappa Omicron; Eta Epsilon; 
Y.W.A.; B.S.U. 



Ina Gail Webster— Student N.E.A.; American Child- 
hood Education Association; Spanish Club; B.S.U.; 
Ushers Club; Ladies Chorus. 



Keith Wilson — President American Pharmaceutical 
Association; Phi Delta Chi; Inter-Fraternity Council; 
Military Liason-at-large; Howard Representative to 
American Pharmaceutical Convention in Chicago. 



Gary Wolfskill— 1960-61 Water Show; Treasurer of 
Student Government Association; Band; Male Chorus; 
Best Actor Religious Drama Guild '59-'60; Brother- 
hood; Agape; Junior Class Treasurer; Kappa Phi Kap- 
pa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities; Alpha Phi Omega; German 
Club; Third East's "Charlie Brown." 



John Woodall— Ministerial Association, Mission 
Band. 



Janette Young — Alpha Delta Pi; Miss Howard; Miss 
Entre Nous; Miss Homecoming; Who's Who in Amer- 
ican Colleges and Universities; Honorary Counselor; 
Kappa Omicron Phi; Eta Epsilon; Cheerleader; H Club 
Sweetheart; S.N.E.A.; B.S.U. Greater Council. 



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EDGAR M. ARENDALL, PASTOR 

JESSE WOOD, ASST. PASTOR 

LESTER E. BARKER, MINISTER OF MUSIC 

MISS BETTY PITTMAN, YOUTH DIRECTOR 





RAINES BROTHERS 
LUMBER COMPANY 

501 - 3rd Avenue South 
FA 3-3412 


Best Wishes 
From 

Southside Baptist Church 

19th St. and 1 1th Ave. South 

Lamar Jackson, Pastor 




Located in the Student Union Building 

HOWARD COLLEGE 
BOOKSTORE 

Visit our new paper-bound book corner 

Selected and Comprehensive Books of all 

Types — Also stocked are sweaters, 

"bulldogs," and other novelties 

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"Let us make your old shoes new" 

HOMEWOOD SHOE SHOP 

2825 S. 18th Street 




BOWL 



FOR FUN! 
FOR HEALTH! 



Enjoy Bowling at its Best at Beautiful 



VESTAYIA ~ BnjumwLck 



LANES & RESTAURANT 




Nothing has been emitted to bring you the \ 
in Bowling services and conveniences at your 
beautiful new VESTAVIA LANES and 
RESTAURANT! . . . Come on out! 
Enjoy all that's new in famous 
Brunswick equipment! 




"Golden Crown" 
Automatic Lanes 



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No Alcoholic Beverages - 
Closed During Church 
Services on Sunday. 







LANES 

& RESTAURANT 









Brown Service Funeral Home 
2507 -12th Avenue North 



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Johns-Ridout's Funeral Parlors 
2116 - 8th Avenue South 



Compliments 
of 

Four of the South's Finest 
Funeral Homes 

"We pledge our devoted 
interest to the finest detail." 
— R. Julian Lackey, President 



Ridout's-Brown-Service 

Roebuck Chapel 
9060 Gadsden Road 



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R.Jour's Vatic- Char 



Ridout's Valley Chapel 
1800 Oxmoor Road 



WATKINS 

1 Hr. 
CLEANERS 

Same Day Cleaning & Shirt Service 

Tommy Watkins 

Central Avenue Phone TR 97951 

Homewood, Alabama 

Reasonable Rates for Storage 
of Winter Clothes 




FLOORS 

MATERIALS & COVERINGS 

Commercial — "Since 191 1" — Institutional 






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E. P. Cuthrell Flooring Company 
140 Second Ave. North-Phone FA 2-1854 



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THE 

ALABAMA 

BAPTIST 

Official publication of the Alabama 
Baptist Convention. This is your state 
paper and it has the third largest cir- 
culation in the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention. The circulation at this time is 
over 106,000. 


CALHOUN'S 

CITY CLUB SHOES 
in Homewood 


Compliments of 

CITY PAPER COMPANY 

3700 First Avenue North 
Phone FA 4-6555 

"Birmingham's Oldest Paper Company 
Est. 1897" 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SOUTHERN CAFETERIA 


Compliments of 

MERCHANTS CIGAR & 
CANDY CO. 

319 South 22nd Street 

Distributors of 
Hav-A-Tampa Cigars 


THE SQUIRE'S SHOP 

Homewood 

Distinctive Apparel for Men 
and Young Men 



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 make 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 an 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 








"HILL'S QUALITY IS ECONOMY 7 ' 



Follow the Crowds to Our Store Near You 



We invite you to make the HILL STORE Near You 

Headquarters for your food and 
household necessities 
You will always find our stores 
well supplied with the best 
the market affords 




IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET THE 
"HILL STORE HABIT" 



It's THE TOTAL YOU SAVE THAT COUNTS" 




Just Up the Hill From Howard 

SHADES MOUNTAIN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

"A Church Like Your Church at Home" 









Carl Gier 
Pastor 






Earl 
Min. 


G. 

of 


McCuin 
Educati 


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Bill 
Min 


Hornbuckle 
of Music 



PIG TRAIL INN 

Drive-In Restaurant 

Specializing in 

Catering Service 

TR 9-9285 281 1 S. 19th Place 



Bess Myerson says: JUST FOR PENNIES A 
DAY YOU CAN KEEP THE PESTS AWAY! 




832 North 18th Street 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



partners in pleasure 
your pleasure at . . . 

dale's^ 

HIDEAWAY •CELLAR 

1907 28th Ave. So. 1927 7th Ave. No. 


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LYNDON KEY MARKET 

Lyndon, Kentucky 

"Your Key to Good Eating" 
Melwood Keeling 





SINCE 




1859 



CASH SAVINGS 

are the 

BEST SAVINGS 

Shop Your Nearby Friendly 



super Markets 



Compliments of 

Birmingham Linen Service 

510 South 17th Street 
Birmingham 1, Alabama 



Compliments 
of 

JIM and JIM'S 



Homewood, 



Alabama 



Foremost 

MILK 
ICE CREAM 



2906- 10th AVENUE NORTH 
FA 4-3423 



Compliments of 

Melrose Ice Cream Store 

3036 Montgomery Hi-Way 
"The Best Milkshakes in Town" 



Compliments 
of 

Dixie Sporting Goods Co. 

2101 3rd Ave. So. FA 3-7126 



PHONE TR 9-6452 

PLOTT BARBER SHOP 

Open 8 A.M. . . . Close 6 P.M. 

Closed All Day Wednesday 
"good to have you in Homewood" 

2905 18th St., So. 
HOMEWOOD, ALA. 




$e f ? Not 
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3taJjtnnri> 

Eat At Gtye 

KOPPER KETTLE 
Restaurant 




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