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rhe Galleon 
1962 



Lake Worth, Florida 




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Contents 





Administration and Faculty 
Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Social Clubs 




Special Interest Clubs 



Athletics 



Events 



Advertisements 



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BARBARA VOPARIL 
Editor-in-Chief 






LARRY DOUGHER 
Business Manager 



BONNIE THARIN 
Assistant Editor 



BARBARA REGNIER 
Lavout Editor 



Editor s Message 



We, the students of PBJC, came with "seeking minds . . . that 
we might chart high goals." We have the distinction of being the 
oldest junior college in the state and we are all proud of our 
faculty and the high standards maintained. 

In days to come we hope that this book will help you, the stu- 
dents of PBJC, relive all your wonderful experiences while enrolled 
here on campus. May it bring you unlimited joy on a reminiscent 
night in the future. 

And now we proudly present to you, your Galleon for 1962. 






LLOYD PATTEN 
Art Editor 



ALAN McKELLIPS 
Senior Photographer 





The junior college movement in Florida has lost one of its 
greatest friends and pioneers through the death on July 24, 1961, 
of Dr. John I. Leonard, president emeritus of Palm Beach Junior 
College. From 1936 to 1948 Dr. Leonard was Superintendent of 
Public Instruction in Palm Beach County, and ex officio President 
of the College. From 1948 to 1958 he served full time as President 
of the College, on his retirement here becoming President 
of St. Leo College to help that new institution get started. One of 
Dr. Leonard's greatest services was in helping to organize the 
Florida Association of Public Junior Colleges, of which he was the 
first President. 

On this page are pictures of several highlights in the life of 
Dr. Leonard in 1958. At the top, Governor Leroy Collins congrat- 
ulates Dr. Leonard at a luncheon sponsored by the Lions' Club on 
Dr. Leonard's retirement as President of the College; Judge Russell 
0. Morrow, seated. At the right. Superintendent Watkins, Dr. 
Manor, Dr. Leonard, Dr. Wayne Reitz, President of the University 
of Florida, at inauguration of Dr. Manor as President of the Col- 
lege succeeding Dr. Leonard. Below, Mrs. Leonard, Dr. Leonard, 
and Miss Albertson at a luncheon given by the faculty at Palm 
Beach Towers Hotel in honor of Dr. Leonard. 




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DR. JOHN I. LEONARD 

1886-1961 

President of the College, 1948-58 




Alma Mater 

We saw a beacon on the shore, 

It drew us with its flame; 

With eyes that sought an open door, 

With seeking minds we came. 

We found a fire that lit our own, 

That kindled joy within our souls, 

And on a thousand vistas shone 

That we might chart high goals. 

Bright flare of knowledge, torch of truth. 

Palm Beach Junior College, Hail! Hail! 

Unfailing beacon of our youth, 

Hail! Alma Mater, Hail! 





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Administration Building 





Science Building 



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Administration Building 




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Auditorium 



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We found a fire that lit our own, 
That kindled joy within our souls 




And on a thousand vistas shone 



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That we might chart high goals 

Bright flare of knowledge, torch of truth, 




Palm Beach Junior College, Hail! Hail! 





Administration Building Quadrangle 



Unfailing beacon of our youth 




Student Center Covered Walk 



Hail !Alma Mater, Hail! 



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Outsiders leafing through our yearbook look for pictures of the beaches they have heard so much 
about. Here is one of many lovely beaches that play so important a role in the recreation of our stu- 
dents. The color picture on pages 8-9 are by photographer Harry Lamm. Most of the other photos with- 
out credit lines in this annual are by Sam R. Quincey Studio. 



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Miss Galleon 

MAUREEN WOODS 




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Miss Woods is a freshman from 
Boca Raton. She plans to major 
in home economics at Florida 
State University and eventually 
to marry. Her hobbies are sew- 
ing, swimming, dancing, read- 
ing, meeting people, and "re- 
decorating my room." 




Administration 



and 
Faculty 



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Dr. Harold C. Manor 

President of the College 



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Dr. Manor Lives 
Junior College 

Wherever you see Dr. Manor, you 
may be sure that he is about some Junior 
College business. He is always to be seen 
at College affairs — dances, music reci- 
tals, lectures, picnics. On weekends you 
might see him watering dry plants or 
helping to place new furniture in the 
Library. During school hours you might 
see him talking with Mr. Semmens about 
fertilizer or putting tickets on improper- 
ly parked cars. In short, Dr. Manor is 
vitally interested in every facet of Junior 
College life. 

Dr. Manor has recently been honored 
by being selected for inclusion in the 
next printing of "Who's Who in Amer- 




Above, Dr. and Mrs. Manor and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bedford at the Aich Dance at 
Whitehall. Below, Dr. Manor with his chantiing wife and daughter, Maicia, in their 
lovely home in Lake Osborne Estates. 




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Palm Beach County Board of Public Instruction: Mr. Ralph Kettle r, Mr. Howell L. Watkins, Mr. Thurmond Knight, Mr. Harold 
Turner, Mr. Milton 0. Carpenter, Mr. John L. Remsen. 




Junior College Under Control 
of County School Board 



From its beginning in 1933 Palm Beach Junior College has been 
an important part of the county public school system. Through the 
years tlie Board has generally been sympathetic ^vith the problems 
of the College and has given the College tremendous support. The 
present Board has the problem of providing increased facilities not 
only for the growing College, but for the many crowded loAver 
schools as well. 



MR. HOWELL L. WATKINS 
Superintendent of Public Instruction 




Left: Palm Beach Count)- Of- 
fice of Public Instruction. 



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They Keep Things Running Smoothly 





MR. ELBERT E. BISHOP 
Registrar 



MR. PAUL W. ALLISON 
Dean of Instruction 




MRS. LOIS W. GOSSETTE 

Secretary to the Dean of 

Instruction 



MRS. ELIZABETH H. NOBIS 
Secretary to the President 



MRS. SUE F. FRAZIER 
Secretary to the Registrar 



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MR. PAUL J. GLYNN 
Dean of Men 

Director of Student Personnel 
Still known as "Coach" to old 
grads, Dean Glynn did double duty 
as coach and phys ed instructor in 
the old days. Though the College 
has grown tremendously since then, 
Dean Glynn still knows more about 
more students than anyone else on 
campus. And he never forgets. He 
can still tell vou which student wore 
shorts to a school function vears ago. 



Student 



MISS RACHEL F. CROZIER 
Dean of Women 

Dean Crozier has been the Col- 
lege's only Dean of Women. She 
started as a member of the English 
Department, and was advisor to the 
BEACHCOMBER and GALLEON 
staffs. Her pet project in recent 
years has been the Mature Students 
Association, in order to help "older 
youngsters" to become better ad- 
justed to college life. 




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MRS. ANNIE L. EMERSON 

Secretary to the Director 

of Student Personnel 



MRS. ELIZABETH W. CROCKETT 

Guidance Counselor 

Social Science 



Personnel Staff Here to Help Students 



Student Personnel Services have solved many a student problem, whether securing 
financial assistance, helping students adjust to the college environment, or advising 
them on the choice of a vocation. Whatever the problem, staff members are always 
willing to lend a sympathetic ear and soinetimes offer a little good advice. 





MR. MELVIN I. RIGGS 
Psychology 



MR. ROBERT REPLOGLE 

Psychology, 
Guidance Counselor 



DR. E. WAYNE WHITE 
Guidance Counselor 



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They Handle Finances 
and Services 



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MR. GEORGE T. TATE, JR. 
Assistant Director of Services 




MRS. RUTH BROFFT 
Bookstore Clerk 





MR. JAMES M. BAUGHER 
Director of Services 



Whether you are paying your fees, requesting a loan, or merely 
buying a book, you can't go beyond the reach of the Finance De- 
partment. All spending, even of student funds, is supervised by Mr. 
Baugher and his hard-working assistants. 




MRS. SONIA MATTSON 
Secretary and Cashier 




.MRS. DOROTHY KEHS 
Purchasing Clerk 



MRS. \^ ILMA \\ EIGEL 
Bookstrtre Clerk 



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MR. LAURENCE H. MAYFIELD 

Registrar, Evening Classes 



DR. PAUL W. GRAHAM 

Director. Evening Classes 

and Summer Session 



Evening Division Grows Rapidly 




MISS ANNE BUCKLEY 

Secretary to Director of 

Evening Qasses 



Since most of our evening students work in the day at some 
job in business or industry, the Evening Division of the College 
offers them a convenient opportunity to continue their education. 
In five years the evening program has grown from an enrollment 
of about 100 to over 800 at present, with the end of the growth 
not yet in sight. In the evening, one may take most of the courses 
offered in the day. and there are some additional ones, such 
as business law, police administration, horticulture, philosophy, 
Latin-American history, and social dancing. For the second year, 
extension classes are being held in Belle Glade High School for 
those living in the western part of the county. 



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MRS. THELMA L. OKERSTROM 

Secretarial Science 



MRS. ESTHER C. HOLT 

Business Administration 











MR. CHARLES G. GRAHAM 
Business Education 



MISS ELEANOR R. DIXOX 
Business Education 



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Department of 

Business 
Administration 



The Business Department offers university par- 
allel courses in accounting, economics, statistics, 
business law, and principles of management and 
marketing. In addition, there are many practical 
courses in business education which are intended 
largely for terminal students, such as office ma- 
chines, shorthand, typewriting, dictation and tran- 
scription. A course in medical transcription is 
offered for medical assistants. 




MR. ROBERT LEE BATSON, JR. 
Chairman, Department of 
Business Administration 






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MR. WALTER A. FRANKLIN 
Business Administration 



MR. JO.SEPH H. GIBSON 
Business Administration 



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Communications Department Offers 




The Communications Department, the 
largest on campus, tries to meet the com- 
munications needs of as many students 
as possible, from basic courses in fresh- 
man composition to a wide choice in liter- 
ature, speech, drama, journalism, logic, 
French, and Spanish. There is a reading 
clinic for those interested in improving 



MISS EMMA J. PHILLIPS 

English 





MISS ROSE M. BIANCAROSA 

French, Spani-.h 



MR. JOSHUA CRANE 

Speech, Logic 





MR. DONALD BUSSELLE 
English 



MRS. DOROTHY .M. PEED 

English 



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Wide Variety of Courses 



heir reading skills, and a modern labora- 
ory serves the foreign language classes. 
Teachers of the Communications De- 
lartment serve as advisors for all student 
lublications, for all speech, drama, and 
lebate groups, and for many other or- 
anizations as well. 





MR. WATSON B. DUNCAN, III 

English 

Chairman. Communications Department 



MR. FRANK LEAHY 

Speech, Drama 



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.MRS. SALLIE R. TAYLOR 
English 



MISS EDITH FAY EASTERLING 

English 



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Communications Department (continued) 




MR. MEALlIAM 0. J()\1\>KLL0 
English, Logic 




MR. P. WILLIAM McDANIEL 
English, Reading Clinic 





MRS. VIRGINIA .s. CAKR 
English, Journalism 




MR. EARL B. HUBER 

Endi-h 




MR. JOHN W. PLATT, JR. 

English 



MRS. ALICE T. DUXBURY 
English 



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Engineering Technology 
Trains for Industry 



The Department of Engineering Technol- 
ogy has modern, well-equipped laboratories. 
It offers such technical courses as electricity, 
electronics, drafting, and machine tools. The 
student may choose either a university par- 
allel program in engineering or a terminal 
program. Graduates of this department are 
well qualified to fill certain types of em- 
ployment in local industry. 





MR. DON C. WHITMER 
Chairman, Department of 
Engineering Technology 




MR. DONALD L. HARBERT 

Engineering Drawing 



MR. JOHN B. ANDERSON, III 
Electrical Engineering 





MR. JAMES A. COOPER 
Electricity 



MR. JENNINGS B. RADER 
Engineering Drawing 



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MRS. NINA K. JENSEN 

Art 

Assistant Chairman, Department of Fine Arts 




Department ot 
Is SmalL Devoted 



The Department of Fine Artl 
is dedicated to the developmer-i 
of the esthetic senses and techj 
niques. Here the student learns t j 
appreciate good music and art. 
Here he may also give expressio; 
to his artistic sense by learnin; 
to draw a figure, paint a scene 




MR. REUBEN A. HALE 

Art 



MR. JAMES C. HOUSER, JR. 

Art 



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Fine Arts 

to High Quality 



I compose an effective advertise- 
lent; turn a vase, play a flute, 
r design a pleasing room; or he 
lay sing with the glee club or 
lay in the band. A student who 
tudies under any of these tai- 
nted instructors is assured of get- 
ng the finest training. 





MISS LETHA MADGE ROYCE 

Music 
Chairman, Department of Fine Arts 



MR. EDWIN C. STURDIVANT, III 

Music 




MR. OTIS P. HARVEY, JR. 

Music 



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MR. ROY E. BELL 
Health, Physical Education 



MR. JAMES B. KING 
Health, Physical Education 



MR. HARRIS D. McGIRT 
Health, Physical Education 



MISS MARILYN JANE LEAF 
Health, Physical Education 





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Department of Home 

Economics, Health, and 

Physical Education 



This department has well-equipped 
rooms for home economics and expand- 
ing facilities for physical training. The 
department can also take credit for a 
great deal of the fun on campus and 
off. It plans not only the sports, but 
many other forms of recreation, such 
as beach picnics, pool parties, square 
dances, and the annual Festival of Fun. 



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Above: MRS. ELISABETH S. ERLING 
Health and Physical Education Chairman, 
Department of Home Economics, Health, 
and Physical Education. 



Left: MRS. EDITH F. HALL 

Home Economics and Family Relationships. 



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Department of 



MR. WILLIAM KIRSHNER 
Mathematics; Chairman, 
partment of Mathematics and Physics 



Problems, problems, problems! Nobody has prob- 
lems like those of the ' Department of Mathematics 
and Physics. There is math for everybody, from the 
fundamental principles of arithmetic to analytic 
geometry and calculus. TTiere is math for general 
education, designed for students who do not plan 
to continue their education at a four-year institu- 
tion. 




MR. KENNETH L. YODER 

Mathematics 




MR. WALLACE BELL 
Mathematics 



MR. ARTHUR RAMOS 
Physical Science 



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Mathematics - Physics 



And there are college algebra and trigonometry 
for those who do plan to transfer. For the more 
practical, there is a course in slide rule. In physical 
science the student learns elements of meteorology, 
astronomy, and geology; or he may find general 
physics or engineering physics more to his liking. 





MR. WILLIAM B. GALBRAITH 
Physics, Physical Science 



MR. FOSDICK E. HILL 
Mathematics 




DR. CHALMERS NELSON 
Mathematics 



MR. CARL ZIMMERMAN 

Mathematics 



MR. (.. CURTIS GENTRY 
Mathematics 



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Science Department 



MR. CLYDE P. FERGUSON 

CheniistiT; Assistant Chairman, 

Department of Science 




MISS MARY SUE ALBERTSON 

Biology; Chainnan. 

Department of Science 





MR. LEO V. LEMMERMAN 
Chemisti'y 



MR. KENNETH E. ACKERMAN 

Chemisti-y 



MR. JOSEPH >L LESKO 
Chemistry 



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Strong in Variety of Courses 



Any time you get around the Science Building you can smell a batch of hydrogen 
sulfide someone is cooking up or see students dissecting cats or studying a human 
skeleton. But these things are necessary if one is to become a nurse, a doctor, a 
chemist, or if one is to enter one of the many different fields for which biology 
and chemistry are basic. The Science Department offers courses in general biology, 
anatomy and physiology, microbiology, genetics, botany, and horticulture. For the 
more practical there are courses in medical laboratory procedures and medical 
terminology. Besides general chemistry, there are qualitative and quantitative analysis 
and organic chemistry. This is a splendid variety of courses which many a four-year 
college would be proud of. 





DR. THOMAS T. STURROCK 

Biology 



MR. CRAIG A. GATHMAN 

Biology 



MR. HOWARD BAKER 

Biology 






MR. DANIEL P. CAYLOR, JR. 
Biology 



MISS ELIZABETH ANN 
TEGIACCHI 



MR. FRED .1. HOLLLXG. JR. 
Biology 



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Social Science Department 



The Social Science Department is concerned with the 
study of Man, the Social Animal. Getting along well with 
one's fellow men takes many forms, which members of the 
Department try to explore. If you want an insight into the 
present from a different point of view, study ancient history 
with Mr. Bechere'r. By the end of the course vou will have 
discovered that it should probably be called "The Decline 
and Fall of Practically Everybody." Or you may learn with 
Mr. Forshay about the Pilgrim Fathers in American history 
"and all that jazz." If you like North Carolina history and 
folk customs, take a course in political science or social 
science with Mr. Payne. With Mr. Riggs you may solve 



MR. GEORGE W. HOFMANN 
Social Science 





MR. H. PAYGE DAMPIER 
Social Science 



REV. JOHN B. BASS 
Bible 





MR. JOSEPH O. PAYNE 
Political Science, Social Science 



MR. CHARLES L. SUTHERLAND. JR. 
Education 



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Covers Many Fields 



your psychological problems and 
become hypnotized to boot, or with 
Mrs. Hall you may learn how to 
get along with your family. If you 
want to learn to teach school, sign 
up for Mr. Sutherland's education 
courses. If you want to learn what 
life is really all about, take Dr. 
Bottosto's course in philosophy. 
And if you find out, tell the teach- 
er — he's searching for the answer 
too. 




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DR. SAMUEL S. BOTTOSTO 
Social Science; Chairman, Department of Social Science 





MR. WILTON TUCKER 

Social Science 



MR. FLOYD 0. BECHERER 
History 





MRS. ELEANOR J. MYATT 
Social Science 



MR. DAVID A. FORSHAY 

Social Science, 
Foreign Languages 



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Library 
Expanded 

New tables and chairs have been 
added to the recent addition to the 
Library, doubling the size and pro- 
viding study space for 400. But the 
permanent staff size remains the 
same. The number of books, al- 
ready adequate for a junior college, 
is increasing steadily. 



MISS EUZABETH S. REYNOLDS 

Librarian 
Chairman, Department of Library 




MRS. EDNA M. HARDY 
Qerk-Typist 





MRS. RUTH W. DOOLEY 
Librarian 



MRS. BETTY T. SYMONDS 
Assistant Librarian 



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Department of Nursing 
Aims for Quality Graduates^^^ 

Our nursing program is rapidly increasing in local 
recognition. Whereas two years ago we had only a 
dozen nursing students, now there are over sixty. Our 
students get their practical training through long hours 
at Good Samaritan Hospital, with the teaching staff 
going right along with them. 





MISS ULLIAN M. SMILEY 

Nursing; Chairman, 

Department of Nursing 



MISS C. CATHARINE MACKENZIE 




MISS BETTY ANN MORGAN 



MRS. JOAN G. FOX 



MRS. SUE A. EARNEST 



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MRS. JOYCE GATES 
Receptionist 





MISS EDNA WILSON 
Administrative Assistant 



Clerical Staff 



MRS. SHIRLEY HARDESTY 

Clerk-Typist 




MRS. EVALYN SULLIVAN 
I.B.M. Supervisor 




MRS. BERNICE BALLARD 
Clerk-Typist 



MRS. BERTHA P.\NKEY 
Clerk-Typist 



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MRS. MABEL L. NOWLIN 
Cafeteria Manager 



MR. EDMUND SEMMENS 

Superintendent of Buildings 

and Grounds 



Many Services Necessary at P,BJ.C. 



A great deal of work besides that in classrooms 
is necessary to make an institution such as Palm 
Beach Junior College function efficiently. The 
office workers on the opposite page are only a few 
of those pictured in these pages on whom we 
depend so much. Mrs. Nowlin and her large staff 
have the difficult task of providing palatable and 
nourishing food at prices to fit the student's pocket- 
book. Mr. Semmens meets every request for cus- 
todial services with the same cheerfulness he has 
displayed through the years. He also has a large 
staff to help him, including Mr. Franck, who works 
the year round painting the buildings. It is a 
never-ending task. These are only a few repre- 
sentatives of the many staff workers, who have 
become too numerous to picture in The GALLEON. 



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MR. JACOB FRANCK 
Painter 



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Miss Sophomore 

MAUREN NORTON 



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Miss Norton is a native of At- 
lanta, now living in Lake 
Worth. Her major field is Eng- 
lish, which she expects to con- 
tinue at Pfeiffer College. After 
graduation she plans to teach 
sewing, piano, and voice. 




Sophomores 



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Sophomore Class Officers 



SEATET): Ed Weston. President; Elsa Zitzniann, Secretan'. 

STANDING: Sheila Ussery, Treasurer; Miss Marilyn Jane Leaf, Faculty Advisor; Mr. Charles Graham, Faculty Advisor; Ted Martin, 

Vice-President; Mr. Meacham Tomasello, Faculty Advisor. 

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EVELYN ANN ALLEN 

Boynton Beach 
Beachcomber Staff 1, 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Media Staff 1, 
Editor-in-Chief 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Philo 1, 2. 

GEORGE ALLEN 

Maimi 
Political Union 2. 



RONALD WINSTON ANDERSEN 

Boynton Beach 
College Band 1; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Mu 2. 

PETER JAMES ANDREWS 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Esquire Club 1, 2, Sec'y 1. 



TERRY ANDREWS 

Lake Worth 
Newman Club 1, 2. 

DONNA ANGELIDIS 

St. Louis, Missouri 
College Singers 2; Foreign Language Club 1, 2; 
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Student 



ROZANNE ARROTT 

Jacksonville, North Carolina 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Philo 1, 2. 

BARBARA AZZARO 

"Bobbi" 
West Palm Beach 
Circle K-ettes 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Forum 2; Debate 
Club 1; Best Debate Team Award 1961; LS.C.C. 1; Newman 
Club 1, 2; Phi Rho Pi 1, 2; Student F.E.A., Treasurer 1, 
President 2; Tri Omega, Vice-President 1, Treasurer 2; 
"Streetcar Named Desire" 1 ; "Time Remembered" 1 ; Speech 
Tournament 1; Intramural Volleyball and Bowling Teams 1. 




LARRY DOUGLAS BAILEY 

West Palm Beach 

PAT BAIN 

Hialeah 
Phi Rho Pi 1, 2; "Time Remembered" 1; "Dream Girl" 2; 
"Many Loves of Shakespeare" 2; "Medea" 2; All-Star Volley- 
ball Team 2; Best Actress 2; Best Supporting Actress 2; 
Speech Tourney 2. 



CLIFTON M. BAREFOOT 

"Cliff" 
Dunn, North Carolina 
Circle K 1; College Singers 1, 2; I.R.B. 2; I.S.C.C. 2; Phi 
Da Di 1, Treasurer, Sgt.-at-Arms, Pledge Master 2; Phi Rho 
Pi 1, 2; "Medea"; Stage crew for "Spider's Web," "Death 
of a Salesman," and "Time Remembered"; Intramural Football 
1, 2; Soccer 1, 2; Co-ed and Men's Volleyball 1, 2; Archery 
1; Co-ed Bowling 1, 2; Basketball 1, Team Captain 2; Men's 
Bowling 1, High Game — High Series 2. 

THELMA ANN BARNA 

"Tammie" 

Ocean Ridge 

College Singers 1, 2; Intramural Bowling 1. 



SANDRA LEE BEASLEY 

"Sandi" 
West Palm Beach 
Art Club 1; Beachcomber Staff 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College 
Band 1, 2; Student Nurses Ass'n 1; "Many Loves of Shake- 
speare" 1 ; '"Medea" 2. 



TONY BECHTOLD 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Collegiate Civitan 1; Esquire Club 1, 2; Men'; 
Co-ed Bowling 1. 



Bowlii 



1, 2; 



BOBBY JAMES BEDFORD 

West Palm Beach 
Phi Theta Kappa 2; Sigma Epsilon Mu; Vice-President 2. 

ARLYCE ANNE BEDSOLE 

Belle Glade 
Methodist Students Movement 2; Intramural Bowling 1, 2; 
Badminton 2. 



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JOHN DAVID BEERS, JR. 

Lake Worth 

RICHARD SAMUELS BERNSTEIN 

West Palm Beach 
Collegiate Civitan 2; I.R.B. 2; Jewish Student Fellowship 
2; Men's Singles and Doubles Table-Tennis Champion 1, 2; 
Co-ed Table-Tennis Champion Team 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Handballl; Softball 1,2. 



SUSAN JAYNE BOGLE 

"Sue" 

Boynton Beach 

Beachcomber Staff 1; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Foreign Language 

Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Philo 1, 2; Political Union 

1,2. 

PETER G. BOWEN 

"Pete" 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Esquire Club 2; Foreign Language Club 2. 



RONALD DAVID BREAULT 

West Palm Beach 
Art Club 2; Intramural Bowling. 

BARBARA ELLEN BRESSOR 

Stuart 
Beachcomber Staff 1, Feature Editor 2; Political Union 2. 



ROBERT T. BREWSTER, JR. 

"Bob" 
West Palm Beach 

GAYNELL BROWN 

West Palm Beach 
Newman Club 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2. 



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VALERIE JOAN BROWNE 

"Val" 

Boynton Beach 

College Singers 1, Sec'y 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 

KENTON T. BUCHER 

"Ken" 
West Palm Beach 



MARIE CLAUDE CAMOZZI 

Paris, France 
Co-Ed Club 2; "Time Remembered" 1. 

LINDA GAY CARLTON 

Okeechobee 



JAMES ARNOLD CARR 

West Palm Beach 

CARL CAWOOD 

Harlan, Kentucky 
College Band 1 ; College Singers 1, 2. 



JOYCE CHRISTIE 

West Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Philo 2; Intra- 
mural Sports 2. 

HAROLD F. COCHRANE, JR. 

"Hal" 

Yonkers, New York 

Radio Club, Treasurer 2. 



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HARRIETTE COKER 

Newington, Georgia 
Baptist Student Union 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Thi Del 1, Vice- 
President 2. 



CAROLE COLBY 

Riviera Beach 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2, President 1; I.S.C.C, Sec'y 2; Student F.E.A. 
1; Thi Del, Historian 1, President 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2; 
Miss Galleon 1961. 



WILLIAM WARD COLEMAN 

"Bill" 
Lake Worth 

FRANKLIN K. CONRAD 

"Kim" 
Deerfield Beach 



GEORGIA CAROLE COOK 

West Palm Beach 
Co-Ed Club 1, President 2; Philo 1, 2. 

LELAND COONS 

"Lee" 
Lake Worth 



LARRY CORNILLAUD 

Lake Worth 
Beachcomber Staff 2; College Singers 1, 2; Phi Da Di 1, 2; 
"Time Remembered" 2. 

GARY LYNN CORNN 

Boynton Beach 
LS.C.C. 1; Tri Kappa Lambda 1, President 2; Intramural 
Basketball and Football 1, 2. 



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RAY CRALLE 

Lake Worth 
Esquire Qub 1, 2; Intramural Soccer 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Football 1, 2; Volleyball 2. 

PHILLIP TENNYSON CRENSHAW 

Riviera Beach 
College Singers 1. 



BARBARA ANN CURRAN 

Stuart 
Circle K-ettes 2; Newman Club 2; Student F.E.A. 2; Intra- 
mural Sports 1, 2. 

GEORGE CURTIS 

Lake Worth 
Circle K 1, 2; Vets' Qub, Finance Officer 2. 



SALLY JO DANIELS 

Lake Worth 
Beachcomber Staff 2; College Forum 1; Florida Academy of 
Sciences 1, 2; Media Staff 1; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Sigma 
Epsilon Mu 1, 2; Backstage Crew for "Many Loves of Shake- 
speare" and "Medea." 

MARY JANE DEESE 

West Palm Beach 
Mature Students Ass'n 2; Student Nurses Ass'n I, 2. 



DOUGLAS JACK DE VOS 

"Doug" 
Lake Worth 
Chi Sig 1, 2; Intramural Soccer 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; 
Softball 1, 2; Badminton 2. 

HOWIE DI BLASI 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Esquire Club 2. 



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VERNON HAROLD DOERR 

Lake Worth 

BONNYE LUE DUERR 

Lake Worth 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Singers 1; Thi Del 1, Treasurer 
2; Miss Galleon's Court of Beauty 1. 



PATRICIA ANN EDDINGER 

"Patty" 

Boca Raton 

Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Lutheran Students Ass'n 1; Philo 1, 2. 

CLARA ANN ELFERS 

South Bay 



NANCY KATHLEEN ELLIS 

Kingsport, Tennessee 
Baptist Student Union 2; CoEd Club 1, 2; LS.C.C. 2; Philo 
1, 2; Treasurer of Student Government 2; Intramural Sports 
1,2. 

ROBERT W. FELDOTT 

Hollywood 
Esquire Club 1, President 2; I.R.B. 1, Chairman of Men's 
Division 2; Intramural Football 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; Co-ed 
Volleyball 2; Badminton 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Soccer 2. 



DIANNE MARY FLAVIA 

"Flav" 
Lake Worth 
Newman Club 1, 2. » 

JANET ANNE FORD 

West Palm Beach 
College Singers 1, 2; Newman Qub 1; Student F.E.A. 2; 
Intramural Bowling, Badminton, and Archery 2. 



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JAMES R. FORDHAM 

"Randy" 
McRae, Georgia 
I.S.C.C. 1, 2; Phi Da Di 1, 2; Student F.E.A. 1; "Time 
Remembered" 2. 

JAMES R. FOUNTAIN, JR. 

"Jay" 

Delray Beach 

Circle K 1, 2, Treas. 1; Esquire Club, Pres. 1; Collegiate 

Fellowship 1; Phi Theta Kappa, Pres. 2; Political Union 

1, 2. 



GARY FULLER 

Dothan, Alabama 

ANN GARWOOD 

West Palm Beach 
Co-Ed Club 2; College Singers 2; Philo 2; Recording Sec'y 1. 



SHARON ROSE GAUTHIER 

West Palm Beach 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2, Treas. 2; College Singers 2; I.R.B. 2; Thi 
Del 1, 2, Social Chairman and Historian 2; Crowned Daisy 
Mae at Sadie Hawkins Dance. 

SHIRLEY JEAN GEARHART 

Lake Worth 
College Singers, Accompanist 1, Librarian 2, Accompanist 
Boys' Quartet 1, Accompanist Girls' Trio and Mixed Ensemble 
2. 



RANSOM F. GLADWIN, III 

"Skip" 

Jupiter 

Phi Theta Kappa 2; Sigma Epsilon Mu 1, 2. 

GARY LOUIS GOLDFADEN 

West Palm Beach 
Chi Sig 1, 2, Treas, 2; College Band 1; Jewish Student 
Fellowship L 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Mu 
1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2; Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, 
Football, Baseball, 1, 2. 



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ROBERT M. GOLSON 

"Bob" 

West Palm Beach 

Circle K 1 ; Auto Accolades 1. 

NANCY LEE GOVAN 

"Nanci-Lee" 

Boca Raton 
Co-Ed Qub 2; Tri Omega 1, 2; Badminton Intramurals 1; 
Co-Ed Volleyball 2. 



CAROL ANN GRAHAM 

Plymouth, Michigan 
CoEd Qub 1, 2; Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2; Thi Del 1, 2. 

KAREN SUZANNE HABERKORN 

West Palm Beach 
Canterbury Club 1; Co-Ed Club 2; College Singers 1, 2; 
Tri Omega 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 



RICHARD A. HAIGHT 

"Rich" 

Riviera Beach 

College Singers 2; Phi Da Di 2; Phi Rho Pi 2. 

JANE HANLON 

West Palm Beach 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Mu 1, 2. 



BARBARA HANSEN 

"Bobbie" 
Delray Beach 
Art Qub 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Methodist Students Movement 
2; Thi Del 1,2. 

FRED GERTON HART 

Lake Worth 



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ETHEL JEAN HARTIGAN 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Student Nurses Ass'n 
1,2; Thi Del 1, Chaplain 2. 

DALE HASTINGS 

Geneva, Ohio 
Beachcomber Staff 2; Intramurals, Football 2, Basketball 1, 
Volleyball 1, 2. 



BOB HAUSMANN 

West Palm Beach 

GRAHAM HAYES 

Lake Worth 
Intramurals, Bowling 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2. 



SUSAN MAY HEARN 

Stuart 
Circle K-ettes 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Student F.E.A. 2; 
Intramural Sports 1, 2. 

DONALD J. HEBER 

Ft. Pierce 
Political Union 2; Vets' Club 2. 



MARGARET L HEWELT 

"Peggy" 

West Palm Beach 

College Singers 2; Philo 1; Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2. 

C. ERROL HICKS 

Lake Worth 
College Singers 1; Esquire Club 1, Treasurer 1; I.R.B. 2, 
Sports Manager 2; Political Union, President 2; Student 
F.E.A. 1; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 



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SHARON LEE HITTMAN 

"Shari" 

Lantana 
Art Club 1; College Singers 1, 2; Galleon Staff, Sophomore 
Editor 2; Lutheran Students Ass'n 2; Student F.E.A. 2. 

MARY ANNE HOCHDORFER 

Lake Worth 
Co-Ed Club 2; Newman Club 2; Tri Omega 2. 



JAMES T. HOLDEN, JR. 

"Tom" 

West Palm Beach 

College Band I, 2; "Johnny Belinda.' 



OLIVIA HUGHES 

West Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Collegiate Fellowship 2; Intra- 
murals, Volleyball 2, Bowling 1, 2, Deck Tennis 1. 



RODDY HUGHES 

"Bear" 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

Chi Sig, Treasurer I, Sgt.-at-Arms 2; LR.B. 1; Vice-President 

of Student Body 2; Intramurals, Football, Basketball, Soccer, 

Volleyball, Softball. 

SAMUEL T. HUMPHRIES 

North Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1; Collegiate Civitan 1, 2; Intramural 
Sports 1, 2. 



RONALD CARL HUTTON 

"Ron" 

Rochester, New York 

College Singers 2; Esquire Club I, 2; Florida Academy of 

Sciences 2; Political Union 2; Radio Club 1, 2; Intramurals, 

Football, Soccer, Volleyball 1; Bowling 1, 2. 

SUE IVES 

West Palm Beach 
Beachcomber Staff 2; I.R.B. 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Sigma 
Epsilon Mu 1, 2; Student F.E.A. 1. 



JAMES JOHANNES 

"Jim" 
Lake Park 
Alpha Fidelphia 2; Collegiate Civitan 1, 2; Intramural Sports 
2. 

PATRICIA KAIRALLA 

"Pat" 

West Palm Beach 

Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Phi Rho Pi 1, Sec'y 2; 

Philo 1, Parliamentarian 2; "Dream Girl," "Many Loves of 

Shakespeare," "Medea," "Streetcar Named Desire." 



THEODORE KASSA 

"Ted" 

Greenacres City 

Intramurals, Football, Volleyball, Baseball, Bowling 

STEPHEN E. KAYE 

Palm Beach Shores 
Radio Club 2. 



PAMELA KETTER 

North Palm Beach 
Beachcomber Staff 1 ; Philo 1, 2, Pledge Captain 1, Recording 
Sec'y 2; Co-Ed Club 1, Vice-President 2. 

GARY ROBERT KRIELOW 

Cleveland, Ohio 
Intramurals, Football 1, on Championship Soccer Team 1, 
Basketball 1, 2, on Championship Football Team 2, Soccer 2. 



DONALD KUEBLER 

Lake \^'orth 

MICHAEL L. La CAGNINA 

Jupiter 



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LILLIAN INEZ La CROIX 

'•Lil" 
West Palm Beach 
College Singers 2; Newman Club 1; Student Nurses Ass'n 
1,2. 

LINDA KAY LAFIAN 

Massena, New York 
Circle K-ettes 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Singers 1; Foreign 
Language Club 1; Newman Club 1, 2; Student F.E.A. 2. 



CAROL ELIZABETH LAING 

West Palm Beach 
Circle K-ettes 2; College Forum, Treasurer 2; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 1: Methodist Students Movement 2; Political 
Union, Sec'y 2. 

GERALD LAMOUREUX 

Lake Worth 
Beachcomber Staff 1, 2; College Singers 1, 2; Collegiate 
Fellowship 1; Foreign Language Club 1; Galleon Staff 2. 



PATRICIA ANN LARSON 

"Pat" 

Miami 
Lutheran Students Ass'n, Vice-President 1, President 2; 
Student F.E.A. 1, Sec"y 2; Intramurals, Basketball 1, Soft- 
ball Manager 1, Archery 1, Volleyball 2, Manager of Women's 
Bowling 2, Co-ed Volleyball 2. 

GEORGIA E. Le BEAU 

"Jodie" 
Toledo, Ohio 
Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2; Intramurals, Softball 1, 2, Volley- 
ball 2, Bowling 2. 



JOYCE ANN LEFTER 

Okeechobee 
College Singers 2; Student F.E.A. 1, Historian 2. 

GRADIE ELIZABETH LEMONS 

"Beth" 
West Palm Beach 
Art Club 1, 2; Circle K-ettes 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College 
Singers 1, 2; Galleon Staff 2; I.S.C.C. 2; Methodist Students 
Movement, Recording .Sec'y 2; Tri Omega 1, Vice-President 
2; "Johnny Belinda," "Medea." 



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MARGARET E. LORBACH 

"Penny" 
Boca Raton 

WILLIAM J. LYMAN 

"Bill" 
Ft. Lauderdale 



VICTORIA ANN MacDONALD 

"Ann" 
West Palm Beach 
College Singers 2. 

BONNIE K. MacLEOD 

West Palm Beach 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2; Thi Del 1, 
Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Intramural Softball and Volleyball 1, 2. 



KATHLEEN MAEHLMAN 

"Kathy" 
West Palm Beach 
Co-Ed Club 2; Foreign Language Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2; 
Philo 2. 

SANDRA MANDELAR 

"Sandie" 
Batavia, New York 
College Singers 1, 2; Newman Club 1; Intramural Sports 1. 



NANCY MARGARET MANN 

West Palm Beach 
Beachcomber Staff 1; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Foreign Language 
Club 1, Vice-President for Spanish 2; Newman Club 1, 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2; Philo 1, 2. 

DAVID A. MANTWILL 

"Dave" 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Debate Club 2; Esquire Club 1, 2, President I. 



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CAROL ANN MARTIN 
West Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Singers 
1, 2; Collegiate Fellowship 2; Philo, Chaplain 1, 2; Freshman 
Class Sec'y 1; Student Government Sec'y 2; Co-ed Volleyball 
1; Girls' Trio 1, 2; Mixed Ensemble 1, 2. 

JAMES A. MARTIN 

"Jim" 

Omaha, Nebraska 

College Singers 1, 2; Foreign Language Club 1; Phi Rho 

Pi 2; Student F.E.A. 2; "Dream Girl"; "Many Loves of 

Shakespeare"; "Medea"; "Time Remembered." 



RICHARD THOMAS MARTIN 

Omaha, Nebraska 
College Singers 1; Newman Club 1; Political Union 2; 
"Dream Girl." 

TED S. MARTIN 

Lake Park 
College Singers 1. 2; Collegiate Civitan 1; Phi Da Di 1, 2; 
Phi Rho Pi 2; Political Union 2; Vice-President of Sopho- 
more Class 2; College Singers, Vice-President 2; Intramural 
Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Junior College Speech Tourna- 
ment 1, 2; Treasurer of Phi Da Di 2. 



DALE MARTYN 

Lake Park 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Phi Rho Pi 2; Philo 1, Scholarship Chair- 
man 2; Intramural Sports. 

MARY LOUISE MAYFIELD 

Boynton Beach 
Foreign Language Club 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Phi Rho Pi- 
1, 2; Student F.E.A. 2; "Dream Girl"; "Johnny Belinda"; 
"Many Loves of Shakespeare"; "Medea"; "Time Remem- 
bered"; Student Director of "Streetcar Named Desire." 



JOHN ROBERT McLEOD 

"Bob" 

Stalesville, North Carolina 

College Singers 2; Intramural Football 1, 2. 

JOHN R. McWEENEY 

West Palm Beach 
Debate Club 1, 2; Mature Students Ass'n, Treasurer 1, 2; 
Phi Rho Pi, President 1, 2; Student F.E.A. 2. 



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EDITH L. MERCER 

"Edie" 
West Palm Beach 
Canterbury Club 2; Mature Students Ass'n 2; Student Nurses 
Ass'n 1, 2. 

INA SHERRI MILLER 

Lake Worth 
Beachcomber Staff, Feature Editor 1; Jewish Student Fellow- 
ship, Vice-President 1, President 2; "Time Remembered." 



SUSAN MARIE MILLER 

Lake Worth 
Foreign Language Club, Vice-President for Spanish 1; Metho- 
dist Student Movement 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Student 
F.E.A. 1, Treasurer 2; Intramurals, Badminton 1, Archery 2. 

GEORGE 'BRUCE MITCHELL, JR. 



West Palm Beach 
Chi Sig 1, 2; Collegiate Civitan 1, Treasurer 2; 
Club 1, 2. 



Newman 



NAN MOLDEN 

Lake Worth 
Art Club 1, 2. 

RITA ANN MONICK 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Forum 2: Newman Club 1, 2; 
Omega 1, Historian 2; Intramural Bowling 1, 2. 



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THOMAS M. MOOK 

Boynton Beach 
College Singers 1; Phi Rho Pi 1, 2; "Dream Girl"; "Johnny 
Belinda"; "Many Loves of Shakespeare"; "Streetcar Named 
Desire"; "Time Remembered. ' 

WARREN DAVID MURRAY 

"Boston" 
Fall River, Massachusetts 
College Singers L 2; Jewish Student Fellowship 1, 2; Intra- 
murals, Football I, 2, Soccer 2, Basketball 2, Softball 1, 2, 
Co-ed Volleyball 2. 



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RICHARD L. NEWELL 

"Butch" 

West Palm Beach 

Beachcomber Staff, Circulation Manager 1, 2; Circle K 1, 

Corresponding Sec'y 2; College Band 1; College Singers 2; 

Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2. 

F. MAUREN NORTON 

"Church" 
Lake Worth 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Methodist Students Movement, Social Chair- 
man 2; Student Nurses Ass'n, Recording Sec'y 1; Thi Del 
1,2. 



JAMES FRANKLIN ORGAN, III 

Ft. Lauderdale 

DAVID W. ORR 

Burlington, Vermont 
Art Club 2; Esquire Club 1. 



LOREN T. PALMER 

West Palm Beach 
Circle K 1, 2, President 2; Collegiate Fellowship 1. 

JOSEPH VINCENT PARLATO 

"Joe" 

Buffalo, New York 

Esquire Club 1, 2; Florida Academy of Sciences 2; Foreign 

Language Club 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Political Union 1, 

Vice-President 2. 



LLOYD L. PATTEN 

Lake Worth 
Circle K 2; Galleon Staff, Photographer and Art Editor 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 

HANK PICOZZI 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Collegiate Civitan 1; Esquire Club 1, 2; Intramurals, Bowling 
1, 2, Softball 1. 



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NORMAN PLATTE 

Spokane, Washington 
Esquire Club 2; Radio Club 1; Intramural Softball 1. 

BOB POUNTNEY 

Lake Worth 
Alpha Fidelphia 1, 2; Beachcomber Staff 2; Debate Club 1; 
Foreign Language Club 1; Phi Rho Pi 2; Radio Qub 1; 
"Dream Girl"; "Many Loves of Shakespeare"; "Streetcar 
Named Desire"; "Time Remembered"; "Drama Showcase 
1962." 



MAXINE WINN POWERS 

West Palm Beach 

SANDRA LEE PRILLAMAN 

"Sandy" 
Delray Beach 
Baptist Student Union 2; College Singers 2; Foreign La 
guage Club 2; Political Union 2. 



JAY H. PUTNAM 

Palm Beach 
Beachcomber Staff, Business Manager I, 2; Canterbury Qub 
2; Circle K 1; Debate Club 2; Florida Academy of Sciences 
1. 

ELLEN DAGMAR RADCLIFFE 

West Palm Beach 
Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2. 



REBECCA LEE RAMER 

"Becky" 

West Palm Beach 

Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; Philo 1, 2. 

ROSALYN REDDING 

West Palm Beach 
Circle K-ettes 1, 2, Vice-President 1; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; 
College Singers 1, 2; Collegiate Fellowship 1, 2; Methodist 
Students Movement, President 2. 



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MARJORIE ELLEN REDWANZ 

"Marjie" 
West Palm Beach 
Art Club 2; College Singers 2; Galleon Staff 2; Lutheran 
Students Ass'n 1, Vice-President 2. 

BARBARA ANN REGNIER 

West Palm Beach 
College Forum 2; Galleon Staff, Layout Editor 2; Newman 
Club 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



PAUL REIDINGER 

North Miami 
LR.B. 1, 2, Vice-Chairman 1. 

E. KENNETH REYNOLDS, JR. 

"Ken" 
Norwalk, Connecticut 
Debate Club 1; Enquire Club 1, Sec'y -Treasurer 2; Foreign 
Language Club 1 ; Intramural Bowling 2. 



KENNETH ROBERTS 

Lake Worth 
Sigma Epsilon Mu 1, 2. 

MARJORIE SUSAN ROBINSON 

"Margie" 

Riviera Beach 

Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2. 



LUCIA ST. CLAIR ROBSON 

West Palm Beach 
Art Club 1, 2; Beachcomber Staff I; College Band 1, 2; 
Media Staff 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; "Dream Girl"; "Johnny 
Belinda"; Costume Staff for "Many Loves of Shakespeare"; 
"Medea." 

JOHN BARRY ROGERS 

West Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1 ; Esquire Club 1. 



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LAVONIA ROGERS 

West Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1, President 2; College Singers 1; 
Collegiate Fellowship 1; Student Nurses Ass'n 2. 

RITA MARIE RONGIONE 

West Palm Beach 



FRANCES F. ROTH 

Miami Beach 
Jewish Student Fellowship 1, 2. 

I 

GERALD ALAN RUDOFF 

"Jerry" 
West Palm Beach 
College Band 1; Jewish Student Fellowship 1; Tri Kappa 
Lambda 1, Sec'y 2. 



LAWRENCE S. RULE 

"Larry" 
Ft. Lauderdale 
College Singers 1, 2; Esquire Club 1, 2; Intramural Football, 
Basketball, Bowling, and Baseball 1, 2. 

ERNEST RUNGE 

"Ernie" 
Pompano Beach 



DAN RUSSO 

Bethpage, New York 

DOUGLAS MASTIN RUTH 

West Palm Beach 
Art Qub 2; Beachcomber Staff 2. 



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JANE LEONIA RYALS 

Pahokee 
Newman Club 1; Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2. 



College Singers 1, 
Freshman Class 1 
Softball, Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2. 



GARY R. RYAN 

West Palm Beach 
2; Phi Da Di 1, 2; Vice-President of 
Intramural Football, Basketball, Soccer, 



HARRIET A. SALZLER 

Jensen Beach 
College Singers 2; Student Nurses Ass'n 1, Vice-President 2. 

MIKE SAVAGE 

Greenacres City 
Collegiate Fellowship 1, 2; Esquire Club 1; Foreign Language 
Club 1; Intramural Football, Softball, Bowling, Archery, 
Horseshoes, Badminton 1. 



ROBERT ROWE SCHMIDLIN 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Canterbury Club 1, 2. 

ROGER ARTHUR SCHRAM 

"Rog" 

Riviera Beach 

Foreign Language Club, Treasurer 1, President 2; Newman 

Club 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Language Festival Judge 1. 



BONNIE RAE SCHROEDER 

St. Louis, Missouri 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Forum 2; Newman Club 1, 2; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2; Tri Omega, Sec'y 1, Corresponding Sec'y 2; 
Intramural Bowling 1, 2. 

FRED T. SHIRLY 

Riviera Beach 
Alpha Fidelphia, Vice-President 1, Parliamentarian 1, Pledge 
Master 2; College Singers 1, 2; Intramurals, Softball 1, Foot- 
ball 1, 2, Soccer 1, Basketball 1, Co-ed Volleyball 1, 2, Men's 
Volleyball 1, Bowling 2. 



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CHARLOTTE ANN SILVERS 

Lake Worth 
Phi Theta Kappa, Treasurer 2. 

JOE SKINNER 

Riviera Beach 
Alpha Fidelphia, Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2; I.R.B. 1, 2. 



SUE SMITH 

West Palm Beach 
Art Club 1, 2, Treasurer 1; Circle K-ettes 1, 2; Media Staff 
1; Phi Theta Kappa 1,2. 

TOMMY STADTHAGEN 

"Stad" 

Chicago, Illinois 

Chi Sig 1, Commander 2; I.S.C.C. 2; Intramural Softball 1. 



BETTE ANNE STARKEY 

West Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Singers 
1, Accompanist 2; Phi Theta Kappa 1, Treasurer 2; Philo 
1, Vice-President 2; Girls' Trio. 

SANDRA JOAN STEEGER 

Lake Worth 



GENEVA MARIE SWENSEN 

Lake Worth 

Beachcomber Staff 1; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; I.S.C.C. 2; Philo, 

Scholarship Chairman 1, President 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 

JULIE ANSINE SWENSEN 

Lake Worth 
Co-Ed Club 1, 2; LR.B. 1, Chairman of Women's Board First 
Semester 2; Philo, Sgt.-at-Arnis 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 



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SUSIE SWITZER 

Lake Worth 
Co-Ed Club; Methodist Students Movement, Corresponding 
Sec'y2; Philo 1,2. 

MARTHA IRENE SYMES 

Riviera Beach 
College Band 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



JACK R. TEMPLETON 

Augusta, Georgia 
Art Club 2; Phi Da Di 1, Master 2; Galleon Cover '62. 

BARBARA CLAIRE THARIN 

"Bonnie" 

Lake Worth 

Canterbury Club 1, 2, President 1; College Forum 2; Galleon 

Staff, Ass't Editor 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Student F.E.A. 1. 



ROBERT J. THOMPSON, JR. 

"Bob" 
West Palm Beach 
Canterbury Club 1, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Political Union 
1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Mu 1, Sec'y 2. 

MELVIN ROBERT TOMBERG 

"Mel" 
Lake Worth 
Circle K 1, 2; Jewish Student Fellowship 1, 2; Political 
Union 2; Vets' Club 1, 2. 



DAVID W. TUBBS 

West Palm Beach. 
Collegiate Civitan, Sgt.-at-Arms 2; Intramural Sports. 

KENNETH LEE TYSON 

"Ken" 

Pompano Beach 
Baptist Student Union 2; College Singers 1. 



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SHEILA DIANN USSERY 

West Palm Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Beachcomber Staff 1; Co-Ed 
Club 1, 2; College Forum, Sec'y 1, 2; Foreign Language 
Club 1; I.S.C.C. 1; Philo 2; Student Government 2; Soph- 
omore Class Treasurer: Student F.E.A. 1, 2. 

GAIL VALENTINE 

Lake Worth 
Beachcomber, Women's Sports Editor 1; Collegiate Fellowship 
1, 2; Intramural Tennis 1, 2. 



JUDY VAN DYNE 

Pompano Beach 
Baptist Student Union 1; Co-Ed Club 1, 2. 

BARBARA JO VOPARIL 

"Barb" 
West Palm Beach 
Beachcomber Staff 1; College Forum 2; College Singers 1; 
Galleon, Editor-in-Chief 2; Newman Club 2. 



GARY WAGNER 

Lake Worth 
Art Club 2; Chi Sig 1, 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 1; Vets' Qub 2; 
Intramural Football, on Championship Colts Team 1, Chi 
Sig Team 2; Basketball, Chi Sig Team 2. 

RICHARD WAGNER 

West Palm Beach 
Circle K 1; College Band 1, 2; College Forum, Vice-President 
2: Newman Club 1,2. 



LINDA JOYCE WALKER 

Clewiston 

DAN WESTLY WARD 

Delray Beach 
Baptist Student Union 2; Mature Students Ass'n 1, President 
2. 




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STARR ANNE WEBSTER 

Bennettsville, South Carolina 
Co-Ed Club 2; College Band 2; College Singers 2; Methodist 
Students Movement 1, 2; Student Nurses Ass'n 1, 2; Intra- 
murals, Basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Archery 1. 

TRAMMELL WELLS 

Delray Beach 
Chi Sig 1, Historian 2. 



EDWARD THOMAS WESTON, JR. 

"Ed" 
West Palm Beach 
Chi Sig 1, Scribe 2; Collegiate Civitan 1, 2; Freshman Class 
President '60-'61 ; Sophomore Class President '61-'62. 

JOY LA RAE WILBER 

West Palm Beach 
Art Club 1, 2; Circle K-ettes 1, 2; College Band 1, 2. 



WILLIAM S. WILKINS 

"Willie" 
Circle K 1, Sec'y 2; College Singers 2; Esquire Club 1; 
Vets' Club 1. 

MARILYN A. WILLIAMS 

West Palm Beach 
Student F.E.A. 1. 



CHRIS WILLIS 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Sigma Epsilon Mu 1, 2; Intramural Tennis 2. 

LYNN WILSON 

"Dinny" 
Lake Park 
College Singers 2; Student F.E.A. 1, 2; Women's Intramural 
Sports 1, 2, Co-ed Volleyball. 



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SAM WINTERS 

West Palm Beach 
Mature Students Ass'n 1, 2; Phi Rho Pi 2. 

FRANK WITTY 

Lantana 
Beachcomber Staff, Advertising Manager 1, News Editor 2; 
Debate Club 1; Media Staff 2; Phi Rho Pi I, Vice-President 
2; Political Union 1, 2, President 1; President of Student 
Body '61-"62; "Dream Girl"; "Johnny Belinda"; "Many 
Loves of Shakespeare"; "Streetcar Named Desire"; State 
Publicity Chairman for Florida Junior College Press Ass'n. 



I.S.C.C. 2; 



FRANK J. WOLFGANG 

"Wolfie" 
Delray Beach 
Tri Kappa Lambda 1, 2 ; Intramural Sports 2. 



JO ANN WOOLF 

Lake Worth 
Canterbury Qub, Sec'y 1, President 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; 
LR.B., Sec'y 1; Philo 1, Treasurer 2; Women's Intramural 
Sports 1, 2. 



DONNA WYLLIE 

West Palm Beach 
Canterbury Club, Vice-President 2. 

DALE WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN 

Lake Worth 
Esquire Club 1 ; Sigma Epsilon Mu 1, Treasurer 2. 



ELISABETH M. ZITZMANN 

"Elsa" 
Palm Beach 
Art Club 2; Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Singers 1; Foreign 
Language Club 1, Sec'y 2; Lutheran Students Ass'n 1, 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2; Philo 1, Historian 2; Sophomore 
Class Sec'y '61-'62. 

WAYNE ZUFELT 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Art Club 2; Esquire Club 2; Foreign Language Club 2; 
Intramural Football and Bowling. 



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Many Sophomores Did Not, Have Pictures Made 



ABELL, THOMAS FARAGHER 
ADAIR, ROBIN MALCOLM 

Galleon Staff 1. 

AKIN, LEONARD B. 
ALBAN, ALICE JOANNE 

Canterbury Club 2; College Sing- 
ers 1; I.R.B. 1, 2; Publicity Chair- 
man and Vice-Chairman 1, Chair- 
man 2. 

ALLAN, WAYNE WALLACE 
ANDERSON, MARGARET C. 
ATKINSON, LINDA 

College Singers 1, 2. 

ATKISSON, MARY ELIZABETH 

Radio Club 1. 

BAKER, WAYNE EARL 

BANTING. NEIL 

BARRY, JAMES J. 
BARTLETT, WILLIAM HARRY 

Phi Theta Kappa 2. 

BATCHELDER, DRAKE MILLER 

BATEMAN. ROBERT EUGENE 
BELL, J. ED 

BELL, RICHARD JACKSON 

BENANTI, MICHAEL ALAN 

BENSON, MARVIN ARTHUR 

BENTON, JACK 

Alpha Fi 2. 

BEUTEL, GEORGE FREDRICK 
BLAIS, ROBERT HENHY 
BOISVERT. WILFRED A., JR. 

College Singers 1, 2; Foreign Lan- 
guage Club 1. 

BOLLINGER, WILLIAM A. 
BONAR, JAN 

Debate Club 2. 

BORDEN, JOHN C, III 

Alpha Fi 1, 2, Secretary, Parlia- 
mentarian; Canterbury Qub 1. 

BOUSFIELD, CHARLES J. 
BOWERS, JAMES A. 
BOWMAN, LEE CHARLES 
BRAULT, PHILIP LOUIS 
BROWN. ROBERT E. 

Phi Theta Kappa 2. 



BROWN, THOMAS EDMON 

Beachcomber 1; College Forum 
1, 2; Phi Da Di 1, 2; "Time Re- 
membered." 

BUCHER, KEN 

Collegiate Civitan, Treasurer 1, 
President 2; Football, Basketball 1. 

BUICK, ALAN JEFFREY 
BURGUN, CHARLENE 

Phi Rho Pi 1, 2. 

CAPUTO, CONSTANCE RITA 
CAPUTO, EDWARD MARIO 
CARDWELL, NANCY HELEN 

College Band, Librarian 1, 2; Col- 
lege Singers 1, 2; Collegiate Fel- 
lowship 1; Florida Academy of Sci- 
ences, Secretary 1; Methodist Stu- 
dents' Movement 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa, Secretary 1, 2; Table Ten- 
nis 1,2; Volleyball 1. 

CARLETON, KEARNIE CLAY 
CARTER, DELORES L. 
CARTER, DIANE 
CARTER, HOMER JACKSON 

College Singers 1, 2; Methodist 
Students' Movement 2. 

CASS, MICHAEL PHILIP 

Chi Sig2; Newman Club 2. 

CASTANO, JOHN MANUEL 

Newman Club 2; Political Union 2. 

COE, MARYBETH 
CONNELL, CHARLES K. 
CONNORS, JOHN PATRICK 
CRONENWETH, RAY, III 
CULLEY, ELIZABETH LOUISE 
CURREN, RICHARD EMERS 
DALE, RAYMOND BURTON 
DAVIS, MARY ANNETTE 

Media 1; Political Union 1; Stu- 
dent F.E.A. 1, 2. 

De BAY, JAMES L. 

Collegiate Civitan 1, Vice-Presi- 
dent 2. 

DEISCH, ANTHONY CONRAD 
DELAPLANE, LARRY G. 
De VANE, CHARLES WILLIAM 
DIXON, DEANNA 

Baptist Student Union 1, 2; For- 
eign Language Club 1, 2; Political 
Union 2. 



DONNELLY, PETER 

DOUGHER, LAWRENCE 
MICHAEL 

Galleon, Business Manager 1, 2; 
Newman Club 1, 2; Political Union 
2; Student F.E.A. 2; Vets' Club 1. 

DOUGHERTY, GENE LEMAR 
DREHER, PAUL 

College Singers 1, 2. 

ECKLER, WILLIAM E., JR. 
ECKSTEIN, ARTHUR 
EDGE, JOHN M. 
EDWARDS, WILLIAM THOMAS 

Debate Club, Treasurer 1, 2; For- 
eign Language Club 1; Phi Rho Pi 
1, 2; Political Union 2; '"Dream 
Girl"; "Johnny Belinda"; "Many 
Loves of Shakespeare"; "Medea"; 
"Streetcar Named Desire." 

EISELE, CHARLES 
WILLIAM, JR. 

Veterans' Club 2. 

ELLSWORTH, PAUL DAVID 

I.S.C.C. 2; Tri Kappa Lambda 
1, 2; Football, Softball 1, 2. 

ESSER, WILLIAM L., Ill 

Newman Club 1; "Medea"; Tennis 
Champion 1, 2; Badminton Cham- 
pion 1. 

ESTABROOK, WALTER S., JR. 
FABEL, KAREN ESTHER 
FALLS, JAMES F. 

Art Club 1, President 2; Esquire 
Club 1. 

FELDMAN, HINDA BARTH 

FINCHAM, RHEA POWELL 

FITZGIBBONS, 
ROGER SEWARD 

Alpha Fi, Vice-President, Sgt.-at- 
Arms, Pledge Master. 

FLYNN, JOHN 

Alpha Fi, Historian 1, Treasurer, 
Secretary 2; Debate Qub 1; Intra- 
mural Sports 1, 2. 

FOWLER. JUDITH C. 

Student F.E.A. 2. 

FREER, GARY 

Chi Sig, Secretary 1, Lieutenant 
Commander 2; I.S.C.C. 2. 

FREER, KAPvEN ELLEN 
FREY, SOPHIA ANN 



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G/\RBEK, DAN 

College Band 1, 2, Vice-Presi- 
dent 1. 

GATHMAN, DORIS S. 

Art Club 2; Mature Students 2. 
Circle K, Vice-President 1, 2; 
Jewish Student Fellowship 1, 2, 
Chaplain 1; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 
Vice-President 2; Sigma Epsilon 
Mu 1, 2. 

GEORGE. RICHARD EDDIE 

GLASNER. HARRIETTE S. 

Mature Students 1, Vice-President, 
President 2; Phi Rho Pi 1, 2. 

GORDON, PAT 

Chi Sig 1, 2; Collegiate Civitan 1; 
Newman Club 1. 

GRATE, MYRLE R.. JR. 

Alpha Fi 1, Chaplain 2; Baptist 
Student Union 1, Vice-President 2; 
Collegiate Civitan 1, 2: Phi Theta 
Kappa 1, 2; Sigma Epsilon Mu 
1,2. 
GREENE. DAVID ALAN 

GROSTICK. EDMUND THOMAS 
HAGERMAN. JOSEPH A. 
HALLYBURTON, WAYNE CECIL 
HANCOCK, RONALD LYNN 

Baptist Student Union 2; Beach- 
comber 2; Media 1, Co-Assistant 
Editor 2. 

HARDAWAY, RICHARD 

Mature Students 2. 

HARMS. MARGARET GROGAN 
HARRELL, ELMA McCLURE 
HART. MARCIA LYNNi 
HARTMAN, ALLEN DENNIS 
HEELEY, EDWARD A. 
HELMUTH, G. RAY 

Beachcomber 2; Media, Business 
Manager 2. 

HERRING, PHILLIP WARREN 

HEVEY, DON 

Newman Club 1: Football 1. 

HIGBEE. PAUL LEONARD 
HONIGMANN. 

GEORGE La MOTT, JR. 

HOWDEN, SANDRA SUE 

Foreign Language Club 1. 

HUDGINS, PATRICIA S. 
JACKSON, HAROLD TREVOR 

Chi Sig 1, 2; College Singers 1. 

JACOBSEN. RICHARD 

Debate Club 2; Political Union 2. 



JOHNSON. ROBERT E. 

JOHNSON. 

WILLIAM LEVERT, III 

"Buddy" 

Esquire Club 1; I.R.B. 1, 2; Intra- 
mural Football, Soccer, Basketball 
1, 2; Track, Bowling 1; Base- 
ball 2. 

JOHNSTONE, JOHN HAROLD 

JOWAISAS, NEAL F. 

JOYCE, JOHN PAUL 

KALLBACK. GARY ALLEN 

Art Club 2; College Band 2; Es- 
quire Club 2. 

KAMIYA, SUZY 

Galleon 1; Student Nurses 1, 2; 
Miss Galleon Court of Beauty 1. 

KENYON. MICHAEL B. 

KESSLER, KATHLEEN K. 

KIRBERT. PATRICIA M. 

KIRK. JACK A. 

KITTELSON. AUDREY 

KLINGER. RICHARD 

KOENIG. DAVID LAWRENCE 

Alpha Fi 1, 2; Newman Club 2. 

KOLAKOWSKI. EDWIN M. 
KOLB. JOHN G.. JR. 
KRIEGER. PETER J. 
LAMN. CHARLES 
LANDER, RICHARD JOHN 
LANDRETH, RALPH W. 

LANE. WILLIAM L.. HI 

Esquire Club 1; Football 1, 2. 

LANGMAYER. JAMES ARTHUR 
Chi Sig 1, 2; Chi Sig Football, 
Basketball, and Softball Teams. 

LARSON. JOHN CARL 

LEDBETTER. SARALYN F. 

.Art Club 1; Circle K-ettes 2; Co- 
Ed Club 1, 2; Philo 1, 2; Intra- 
mural Tennis 1, 2; Volleyball 2; 
Softball 1. 

LEITHAUSER, ARTHUR 

LEVESQUE, JOSEPH RONALD 

LEVINS. HARRY M. 

Lo PINTO. FRANCIS JOSEPH 

Art Club 1, 2; College Band 1, 2; 
Esquire Club 1. 

LUCKENBACH. PETER 




MADDOX. GLORIA JEAN 

Foreign Language Qub 1: Phi 
Rho Pi. Treasurer 1, 2; "Dream 
Girl": "'Streetcar Named Desire"; 
played Juliet and directed "Rotaeo 
and Juliet" in "Many Loves of 
Shakespeare"; played Nurse in 
"Medea"; played Belinda in 
"Johnny Belinda." 

MARIOTT. ELDON. JR. 
Sigma Epsilon Mu 1. 

martyn. charles p.. jr. 
McDonald, tommy 

College Band 1. President 2. 

McGOVERN. EDWARD J. 

Intramural Sports. 

McKELLIPS. R. ALAN 

Photographer for Galleon 1, 2; In- 
tramural Badminton 1. 

MEEHAN. ROBERT E. 

Chi Sig 1, 2; Newman Club 2. 

MELOGR.ANO. FRANTC EMIL 

MICHAEL. GEORGE 

MILLER. BILLY 

Baptist Student Union 1, 2. 

MILLER. DONALD WA\"NE 
MINOS. RICIL\RD BRUCE 
MOBLEY. JAMES FRANCIS 
MOONEY. RICHARD 



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MOONEY, ROBERT GEORGE, JR. 
MORIN, PATRICIA 

MORROW. BRENTON THOMAS 

GaDeon Staff 1. 

MROCZKOWSKI, EDGAR G. 

MUNSTERMAN, ROBERT GARY 

NIELSEN, DAN REMMER 

NIEMI, EMIL WILLIAM, JR. 

NORBERG, KENNT:TH ARDEN 

OKERSTROM. 
JOYCE ELIZABETH 

ORB. TOMMY HAROLD 

Phi Da Di 1, Grand Master 2. 

PARHAM, DAVID S. 

PATRICK. BARBARA J. 

PAUL, ROBERT DENIS 

PENNINGTON, MARIE ROSE 

PETRUFF. GEORGE W. 

College Band 1 ; Collegiate Fel- 
lowship 1, 2; Methodist Students' 
Movement 1, 2. 

PFLEGER. JAMES EDWARD 

PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS J., JR. 

POLAND. MARIA 

Student F.E.A. 2. 



POOLE, CHARLES J. 

Intramural Sports. 

POTTER. FAY CHAPMAN 

Mature Students 2; Political Un- 
ion 2; Student F.E.A. 2. 

POTZNER, THEODORE GIBSON 

PRISK. DENNIS PATTERSON 

I.R.B. 1; Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2. 
PULLEN, RICHARD, JR. 
RAGATZ. GARY GEORGE 
RALPH. GEORGE EDWARD 
REED. ROBERT AI.LEN 
RENCHER. ROBERT CRAWFORD 

RIGGS, THOMAS P. 

Chi Sig 2; Collegiate Civitan 1, 
2; Vice-President of Freshman 
Class. 

RILEY. MYRTLE L. 

Mature Students 1; Phi Rho Pi 2; 
Phi Theta Kappa 2. 

ROBERTS. MARY JANE 

Mature Students 1, 2; Student 
F.E.A. 1, 2. 

ROBERTSON. WILLIAM K. 

ROSSELLO. JOHN 

Beachcomber: Sports Editor 1, As- 
sociate Editor 1, Editor-in-Chief 2; 
Political Union 2. 

ROURKE, WILLIAM JOSEPH 

Intramural Volleyball 1, 2. 

ROWAN, DAVID MICHAEL 

ROWLEY. ANNE COBIN 

Mature Students, Secretary 2. 

SANFORD, ROBERT LAWRENCE 

SARPER. STEPHEN MARK 

Student Nurses 1, 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 

SCHUTZ, GEORGE A. 

Beachcomber 1 ; Esquire Club 1, 2. 

SCOTT. CLARISSA 

SCOTT. DOROTHY BELLE 

SEAMAN, PHILIP BERNARD 

SHAVER, ROBERT LESTER 

SIRMAN. SANDRA 

Art Club 2; Baptist Student Union 
2; Circle K-ettes 2; College Sing- 
ers 2; Collegiate Fellowship 2. 

SLACK. ROBERT CARTER 

SMITH. BEVERLY CAROL 

SNOW. WILLIAM H. 



SNYDER, PHILIP KENT 
SOBECK, ROBERT A. 

Esquire Club 1, 2; Intramural 
Sports 1. 

SOSSIN. ELAINE SANDRA 
SPIES. THEODORE RICHARD 
SPINNER. GRANT F. 
SPOONER, ARTHLR LYNNE 
STALLINGS. KENNETH DWIGHT 

Baptist Student Union 1, 2, Pres- 
ident 1; Collegiate Civitan 1, 2; 
Collegiate Fellowship 2; Florida 
Academy of Sciences 2. 

STEINBERGER, MARY E. 
STEWART, MARTHA ELLEN 
STEWART, RONALD FRANCIS 
SURVILAS, DONALD STANLEY 
SWAN. JAMES FREDRICK 
TANI. JEAN 

Co-Ed Club 1, 2; College Singers 
2; Newman Club 1, 2; Thi Del 1, 
Secretaiy 2. 

THOMAS. F. E. 

UHLMAN, LEWIS A. 

College Singers 1, 2; Phi Rho Pi 
2: Vets" Club 1, 2; Mature Stu- 
dents 2. 

VAN FLEET. JOHN CARL 

VAN LINDA, BRUCE CHARLES 

VAN VALKENBURG. DOREEN S. 

VEAL. WILLIE, JR. 

WALKER. JOHN DAVID 

WALLS, MICHAEL SIMEON 
College Band 1. 

WATKINS. BET1T MARY 

WEBER. THOMAS JOSEPH 

WEBSTER, STARR ANNE 

WILLIAMS. FRANT<: H.. JR. 

WILSON, CRAIG ROWE 

WILSON. RICHARD BRUCE 

Alpha Fi, President 58-59; Beach- 
comber, Advertising Manager 1; 
I.S.C.C, Vice-President 1. 

WITT. KENNETH HENT^Y 
WOLFE. THOMAS JOSEPH 
WRAY, ELIZABETH HAMPTON 



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Dental Hygiene Building for Campus 

The State Cabinet has approved a $350,000 bond issue to finance a 14-classroom building and a dental hygiene building (above). 
The W. K. Kellogg Foundation has granted $73,622 for equipment in the latter building, to be completed for the 1962-63 school 
year. PBJC will have the only dental hygiene training program in Florida. 





Loren Palmer, President of Circle K, presents Carol Martin willi 
a gift of stationery and a pin, honoring her as Circle K"s first "Girl 
of the Month." 



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Mr. Philip LoMj.iN, LxnLiU\e ."Secretary of Rolai-y In- 
ternational, made an inspiring talk at a general assembly 
program on February 14. Mr. Lovejoy was brought to 
Lake Worth through the courtesy of the First Federal 
Savings and Loan .Association of Lake Worth. Here 
he talks with Dr. Manor and Val Gabaldon. 



County 

Registrar 

iddresses Union 



In November, Daniel Gorham, 
Palm Beach Count}- Supervisor 
of Voter Registration, spoke be- 
fore PBJC's Political Union at 
Dee's Restaurant in Lake Worth. 
Mr. Gorham. a Republican, at- 
tacked Governor Farris Bryant 
for removing Republican Sheriff 
Martin Kellenberger from office. 







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Richard Bernstein, Ken Bucher, and Bruce Mitchell help build a walk by Dean Glynn's office to eliminate a dangerous 
step down. 



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Miss Freshman 

FRANCES BROWN 



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Miss Brown is a native of West 
Palm Beach. Her major field 
of interest is elementary educa- 
tion, which she intends to con- 
tinue at the University of Flo- 
rida. Her hobbies are water 
sports and the piano. 




Freshmen 



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Freshman Class Officers 



SEATED: Andy Underwood, President; Carole Bischoff. Vice-President. 

STANDING: Bonnie Perkins. Secretai^; Peggy Baldwin, Treasurer; .Mr. Harris McGirt, Faculty Advisor. Other advisors: Mrs, 

Tlielnia Okerstrom and Mr. Adrian Daniel. 

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MARY ABATE 
DIANE ABERT 
ARDEN ADICKES 
BRUCE ALDRICH 



JUDITH ALLEN 
RICHARD ALTHOUSE 

ALAN AMMANN 
MIKE ANDE 



DENNIS G. ANDERSON 
DOUG ANDERSON 
J. PATRICK ANDERSON 
KAREN ANGLIN 



DANIEL ARGUELLES GARCIA 
MARILYN ARIAS 
BOBE ARNOLD 
JANICE ARNOLD 



LINDA ASHWORTH 
JEANI AUSTIN 
BETTI AYOUB 
ART AZZARO 



BONNIE BAHL 
SANDRA BAILEY 
PEGGY BALDWIN 
GENE BARBEE 




JEFF BARTON 
MAUREEN A. BELVIN 
BOB BENNETT 
JIM BENNETT 



OLIVIA BERRY 
CAROLE BISCHOFF 
PATTY BISHOP 
PEGGY BLANCHARD 



ROBERT BLOODWORTH 
LARRY BOGARD 
BETTY BOND 
JOHN BOOZER 



DONNA BOUTILIER 
RONNIE BOWLES 
OWEN BRECKER 
PAT BRIDWELL 



MARVIN BRIGMAN 
FRANCES BROWN 
SHIRLEY BURGELIN 
JERRY LOUIS BURMAN 



DUER BURNETT 
MARSH BURTON 
JOAN CALHOUN 
DAN CAMOZZI 



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SANDY CAMP 
LORNA CAMPBELL 
RICK CARTA 
DEBBIE CARTER 



NICK CHALFA 
RONALD CHERRY 
JUDY CLEMENTS 
DENISE CLOUTIER 



JERRY CONK 
KATHE CONLEY 
COLLEEN COOK 
SHARON COOLEY 



JIM CORVEY 
KENNETH CRENSHAW 
BONNIE CRILL 
MARGARET CROOK 



IRVING CURE 
FORREST DALE 
SCRIVNER DAMON 
TERRY DARBY 



JIM DARST 

FREDDIE DAUGHTRIDGE 

MIKE DAVIS 

CAROL De BATES 



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DONNA De BUHR 
SANDRA De COURSEY 
DONNA De MARCO 
TERRY L. DOUBLEDEE 



PAT DOWDY 
DAN DOYLE 
JAY DUMAN 
DAN DUMMETT 



VERNA DURRANCE 
JACK EDER 
JOHNNY EDWARDS 
CAROLE ENGLAND 



JUDY ENO 
JOY ERICKSON 

ED EVANS 
MARY EVERETT 



ANITA FARLOW 
CAROL FAUSTMANN 
ALEXIS FELDMANN 
ELSIE FLANNER 



LINDA FLOWERS 
ROBERT FOSTER 
AL FRANKLIN 
LINDA FREE 



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JACKIE FREEMAN 
MERLIN FREER 
BARBARA FROSTIC 
RONNIE FULLWOOD 



VALENTINE GABALDON 
PAUL GEMMER 
LOIS GOODE 
NANCY GRAHAM 



BILL GREEN 
REBECCA GREENE 
SHIRLEY GREENE 
FRED GRIESER 



SIGRID GUNDERSON 
DIANNE HAILEY 
HENRY HALL 
KENT HAMDORF 



KAY HAMPTON 
PEGGY HARBISON 
ROGER HARVEY 
RICHARD W. HAYNES 



GINNY HEINE 
RICHARD HEISLER 
CARL HERMAN 
BOB HESSE 



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PAUL HILDEBRANT 
NANCY HILL 
DON HOBSON 
NANCY HOLLOW AY 



JOHN HOLMES 
MARGARET HOLMES 
GAY HOOVER 
JANICE HUBER 



DAVE HULL 
KATHY INGLIS 
CLAUDIA IRVIN 
RODE J. JAMES 



KAREN JOHNSON 
WILLIAM JOHNSTON 
KAREN JONES 
KAY JONES 



STEVE JONES 
JEANNE KALIL 
RICHARD KANZLER 
CAROL KELLY 



VIRGINIA KELLY 
BRENDA KEMP 
CHARMAINE KNAP? 
LINDA KNAPP 



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JOHN KNOLL 
CHERI ANN KRAMER 
ROGER KRANICH 
DONNA KREIDER 



DICK KRUSE 
CHARLES KULP 
RENEE La CROIX 
EARL T. LANIER 



JEAN M. LARRABEE 
DORIS LARSON 
HELEN LARSON 
JAY S. LAWMAN 



PIERCE LEAVITT 
DICK Le GAYE 
PAM LESNIAK 
JO DELL LETH 



LOUISE LEVERENZ 
PHYLLIS LIGHTFOOT 
BILL LINK 
WAYNE LIPPARD 



GEORGE LOACH 
JULIE LOROM 
L. MIKE LYNCH 
MARY JO LYON 



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MAUREEN MAHONEY 
FREDA MAIBAUER 
CAROL MANN 
GINNY MARCELLING 



HOPE MARTIN 
WILLIAM MARTIN 
MIKE MARTINO 
FRED MASCARO 



JOHN MASSA 
BONNIE McCHESNEY 
EDWIN N. McGEE 
PRESTON McGEE 



ROBERT Mclaughlin 
w. JIM McLaughlin 

PORTER McLAURIN 
MARTYN McMAHON 



EILEEN McMANUS 
JOYCE McMURRIAN 
MARILYN McNAMARA 
MAUREEN MEEHAN 



LYNN MENTZER 
FRANK MESA 
LABELLE MICHIELANGELO 
TRICIA MILLING 




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SANDY MOLLENBERG 
JOANN MONTESANO 
LOUISE MOTT 
PAUL MULLER 



JUDY NEAL 
MIKE NEALE 
JUDY NELSON 
PATRICIA NETTLETON 



JEANETTE NEWSOME 
CAROL NOBIS 
PHYLLIS NORTH 
LESTER NUSBACHER 



TOM ORTMAN 
GARIANN PAPPERT 
SUSANNE PARKS 
BLANCHE PENCE 



SHIRLEY PIRKLE 
RONNIE POORVIN 
LOIS PRESTON 
SUSAN PRIGNANO 



ANNE ELLEN QUINCEY 
JOHN F. QUINN 
CORNELIA RAFTERY 
RUTH RANG 



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ROGER RATHBUN 
SANDY REAGAN 
RAY REESE 
JUDY REINUS 



PAT RICHARDS 
CANDY RICHARDSON 
WAYNE RICKARDS 
REGINA RIGGS 



BARBARA RILEY 
JUDY RITCHIE 
PAT ROADMAN 
ROSANNA ROCCA 



DICK ROGERS 
MARGIE ROKOSKE 
ROBERT ROLLINS 
PAM ROSS 



CAROL RUDOFF 
DONNA RUGGIERO 
AURELIA SAVORELLI 
ALLEN M. SCHAEFFER 



TERE SEELEY 
DEXTER SETTLE 
IRENE SHAAK 
BOB SHEA 



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WARREN SHERWOOD 
ANN SILCOX 
WARNER SIMO 
DONNA SIPES 



LYNNE SKRECZKO 
CAROL SMITH 
MARY SNYDER 
BETH SPENCER 



PAM SPENCER 
DAVID SPOONER 
KAREN SPRAGUE 
NANCY SQUIRE 



ANNE MARIE STEPHENSON 
HENRY W. STEVENS, JR. 
RAY STILEN 
BOB STONE 



SHONNEE SWYERS 
PATRICIA SZOLSCEK 
WILLIAM E. TEASDALE 
JOANNE TEMPLETON 



WILLIAM T. TINSLEY 
LEONARD TOLLEY 
CHARLES TONER 
TERRY TORGOW 



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ALBERT TOUSEK 
MARY TREADWELL 
ELIZABETH TURK 
JEANNE VAN DYNE 



ZOE ANN WALTER 
RICHARD WARREN 
JOHN L. WEETMAN 
ELSIE DEAN WELCH 



TOMMY WELLS 
CATHIE WENDEROTH 
JUDY WENKSTERN 
MIKE WHEELER 



RICHARD WHEELER 
PAT WHITEMAN 
GEORGE WILKINS 
GERALD WILLIAMS 



RICHARD LEE WILLIAMS 
STANLEY WILSON 
WILLIAM J. WOLSON 
JUDY WOODS 



MAUREEN WOODS 
ALOMA WRIGHT 
LYNNE WRIGHT 
DIANE YANKOCY 



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Voluntary Orientation Offered Freshmen 




Dean Glynn addresses first session of voluntary orientation 



In September a new guidance program was established by the 
Student Personnel Department to help incoming freshmen make 
the most of their educational opportunity at the College. Attendance 
was wholly voluntary. Sessions were held three times weekly in 
the fall on such subjects as adjusting to college life, cho6sing a 
vocation, using the library, acquiring good study habits, and 
learning helpful points concerning specific fields of study. 



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MISS CAROLE COLBY 

Court of Beauty 



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Miss Colby is a sophomore 
originally from Vermont, now 
living in Riviera Beach. After 
graduation from Palm Beach 
Junior College, she plans to 
major in English at the Univer- 
sity of Florida. Her interests in- 
clude skiing, tennis, and read- 
ing. 




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Social Clubs 



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Alph 



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FIRST ROW: Myrle Grate, Jack Benton, Fred Snyder. 

SECOND ROW: Gene Barbae, Ray Stilen, Roger Fitzgibbons, Jim Coney, Roy Taylor. 



Members not pictured: Jim Johannes, Rick O'Brien, John Meyers, Keith Smith. Kenneth Mates, George Loach, Ronald Korpinen, 
Robert Elliott, Steve Deason, Jack George, Dick Landers, Richie Wilson, Jackson Borden, Raymond Buck, John Flynn, Robert Nielsen, 
Robert Pountney, Bill Snow, Tim Wesloski, Kenneth Witt. 



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Fidelphia 



FIRST ROW: Joe Skinner, Bill Nicholas, Dave Koenig. ^ , , ^, t n , 

SECOND ROW: Fred Shirly, Roger Kranich, Mr. Daniel Caylor, Larry Thompson, Jim Uarst. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

Jack Benton - - President ---,- Bill Nicholas 

Bill Nicholas - Vice-President _.-.- - Dave Koenig 

hie Wilson .„ - - Secretary Fred Shirly 



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John Flynn -...- Treasurer 

Mr. Daniel P. Caylor, Jr. 



Joe Skinner 

Faculty Advisor 



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Chi Sig 



FIRST ROW: Gary Goldfaden, Ed Weston, Gary Freer. 

SECOND ROW: Sammy Humphries, Pat Gordon, Doug De Vos, Doug PhiUips. 

THIRD ROW: Bob Meehan, Mr. Leo V. Lemmerraan. 



OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER 

Commander Tom Stadthagen 

Lieutenant-Commander Gary Freer 

Scribe Ed Weston 

Comptroller Gary Goldfaden 

Historian Trammell Wells 

Sergeant-at-Arms Roddy Hughes 

Chaplain _ Sam Hmnphries 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Leo V. Lemmerman 



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Chi Sig 



FIRST ROW: Ronnie Poorvin, Gary Wagner, Roddv Hughes. 
SECOND ROW: Joe Gifford, Steve Ross, Glenn Galloway, Larry HaviU. 
THIRD ROW: Bruce Mitchell, Tommy Riggs. 



OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER 



Commander 

Lieutenant-Commander 

Scribe 

Comptroller 

Historian 



- Gary Wagner 

— - — — Roddy Hughes 

Ronnie Poorvin 

— Sam Humphries 

„ . Bob Meehan 

bergeant-at-Arms _... Bruce Mitchell 

Chaplam _ Mr. Leo V. Lemmerman 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Lemmerman 



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Phi Da Di 



FIRST ROW: Ricliard Haynes. Tommy Wells, Tcmmy Orr (with plaque). Fred Mascaro, Richard Althouse. 
SECOND ROW: Mike Wheeler, Bill Green, Mike Neale, Jack Templeton, Henry Hall. 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

Grand Master __ Tommy Orr 

Master ..- _ Jack Templeton 

Scribe Randy Fordham 

Treasurer _ _. Ted Martin 

Faculty Advisor Mr. Charles Sutherland 



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Phi Da Di 



FIRST ROW: Mike Claybourne, Steve Jones, Mike Pfeilmair (with plaque). Bill Link, Dan Camozzi. 
SECOND ROW: Mr. Charles Sutherland, Marsh Burton, Buddy Cure, Glenn Allen, Rick Carta. 



SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

Grand Master Mike Pfeilmair 

Master ....„ _ Ted Martin 

Scribe Tommy Wells 

Treasurer Rick Carta 



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Philo 



FIRST ROW: Bette Starkey, Geneva Swensen. 

SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Woolf, Nancy Mann, Sue Bogle, Dale Martyn, Elsa Zitzmann, Pat Kairalla, Pam Ketter, Rozanne Arrott, 

Linda Free. 

BACK ROW: Carol Martin, Yidi Turk, Ann Garwood, Evelyn Allen. 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Recording Secretary 

Treasurer — 

Social Secretary 

Chaplain _ _ 

Historian 

Sergeant-at-Arms 



Geneva Swensen 
Bette Starkey 

Pam Ketter 

Jo Ann Woolf 

Sue Bogle 

-. Carol Martin 
Elsa Zitzmann 
Julie Swensen 
Dale Martvn 



Scholarship Chairman 

Parliamentarian _ Pat Kairalla 

Faculty Advisor .._ Mrs. Sallie R. Taylor 



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Philo 



FRONT: Jackie Freeman, Julie Swensen, Hinda Feldman. 

MIDDLE ROW: Peggy Baldwin, Patty Eddinger, Jeanne Kalil, Sigrid Gunderson, Linda Flowers, Rebecca Ramer, Nancy Ellis, 

Joyce Christie. 

BACK ROW: Mrs. Sallie R. Taylor, Linda Ashworth, Chloe Lindsley, Kathy Maehlman. 

Not pictured: Sheila Ussery, Carol Cook, Saralyn Ledbetter, Susie Switzer, Carol Bischoff, Sandy MoUenberg, Carol Smith. 

SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President „, Hinda Feldman 

Vice-President _ Julie Swensen 

Recording Secretary Pam Ketter 

Treasurer Joyce Christie 

Social Secretary Jackie Freeman 

Chaplain Becky Ramer 

Historian Sheila Ussery 

Sergeant-at-Arms Peggy Baldwin 

Scholarship Chairman __._. Susie Switzer 

Parliamentarian __ Patty Eddinger 



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Thi Del 



FRONT: Carole Colby, Sharon Gauthier. 
MIDDLE ROW: Frances Brown, Huddy Goodman, Bonnye Duerr, Pat Wood. Jean Tani, Bonnie MacLeod. 
BACK ROW: Carol Graham. Harriette Coker, Ethel Hartigan, Vicki Christian. 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President ... Carole Colby 

Vice-President _ _ Harriette Coker 

Treasurer Bonnye Duerr 

Recording becretary _.... Huddy Goodman 

Chaplain Ethel Hartisan 

Social Secretary Jean Tani 

Sergeant-at-Arms Bonnie MacLeod 

Parliamentarian Pat W'ood 

Scholarship Chairman Pegey Harbison 

Historian Lfnjg Burnett 

Social Chairman Sharon Gauthier 

Faculty Advisor Mrs. Esther Holt 



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Thi Del 



FRONT ROW: Charmaine Knapp, Mauren Norton. 

MIDDLE ROW: Joan Calhoun, Bobbie Hansen, Paggy Harbison, Diane Ghent, Betty Ayoub. 

BACK ROW: Bonnie Perkins, Phyllis North, Pam Spencer, Hazel Coker, Loma Campbell, Maureen Meehan. 



SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President _ Carole Colby 

Vice-President „. Huddy Goodman 

Treasurer Louise Leverenz 

Recording Secretary Sharon Gauthier 

Chaplain Frances Brown 

Social Secretary Pat Wood 

Sergeant-at-Arms _ Harriette Coker 

Pledge Mistress Bonnye Duerr 

Scholarship Chairman __ Hazel Coker 

Historian Betty Ayoub 

Social Chairman _ _. _ _ __ Charmaine Knapp 



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Tri Kappa Lambda 



Left to right: Paul EJlsworth. Jerry Rudoff, Porter McLaurin, Gary Cornn, Bob McLaughlin. 



OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Gary Cornn President Porter McLaurin 

Paul Ellsworth Pice-President Gran Jenkins 

Jerry Rudoff Secretary Lenny Buettner 

Porter McLaurin _ Treasurer Bruce .\ldrich 

Bob McLaughlin Parliamentarian Paul Ellsworth 

Faculty Advisor _. Mr. James A. Cooper 



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Tri Kappa Lambda 



FIRST ROW: Frank Wolfgang, Jim Wacksman, Richard Berry. 
SECOND ROW: Bob Van Wyck, Cliris Chiodo, John Sylvester. 



Members not pictured: Bruce Aldrich, Gran Jenkins, Lenny Buettner, Bill Nettles, Dennis Vollendorf, Bob Scott, Clark Brownell, Ed 
Westbury, Ridgeley Scott, Tom Wolfe, Don Survilas. 




Tri Omega 



Sandy Steeger, Bonnie Schroeder, Judy Ritchie, Cathie Wenderoth. Beth Lemons, Becky Trexler. 

Not pictured: Gariann Pappert, Elaine Sossin. Zoe Ann Walters, Shirley Burgelin, Pattv Kirbert. Jean Crocker. Anne Marie 

Stephenson. 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President .._ _ _ , . Penny Lorbach 

Vice-President and Acting President Beth Lemons 

Secretary Elaine Sossin 

Treasurer Barbara .Azzaro 

Parliamentarian _ _ _._. Pat Morin 

Corresponding Secretary Bonnie Schroeder 

Faculty Advisor Mrs. Eleanor Mvatt 



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Tri Omega 



Patty Morin, Bobbi Azzaro, Suzanne Haberkorn, Mary Anne Hochdorfer, Rita Monick 



SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

President - _ _ - _ Pat Morin 

Vice-President _ _„. Rita Monick 

Corresponding Secretary _. _ Sue Haberkorn 

Recording Secretary ..._ Mary Anne Hochdorfer 

Treasurer _ _ _. „ „. Bobbi Azzaro 

Parliamentarian _ Judy Ritchie 

Historian Beth Lemons 

Chaplain „_ — Zoe Ann Walter 

Social Chairman Gariann Pappert 



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MISS BONNYE DUERR 

Court of Beauty 



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Miss Duerr, a sophomore, is 
originally from Pennsylvania, 
but now makes her home in 
Lake Worth. She is taking sec- 
retarial and medical assistant's 
programs. After graduation 
from junior college, she hopes 
to work as a medical assistant 
and perhaps later to become an 
airline stewardess or a social 
worker. She is interested in 
church work, and in working 
with and helping other people. 
She enjoys singing and danc- 




Special Interest 
Clubs 



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Student Government a Big Operation 




The Student Government 
has the responsibility of 
managing student activities, 
including appropriations of 
student funds for various 
purposes, including publica- 
tion and entertainment. The 
Student Government officers 
are elected in April. The 
Executive Council of the 
Student Government is com- 
posed of the four elected 
Student Government offi- 
cers, the four elected officers 
of the Freshman Class, the 
four elected officers of the 
Sophomore Class, and two 
faculty members appointed 
by the President of the Col- 



Above, General Student Government Officers. SEATED: Carol Martin, Secretary; Frank Witty, 
President. STANDING: Mr. Meacham Tomasello, Faculty Advisor; Roddy Hughes, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Nancy Ellis, Treasurer; Mr. Joseph Payne, Faculty Advisor. 

Below, Executive Council of the Student Government. SEATED: Frank Witty, Peggy Baldwin, Sheila Ussery. STANDING: Ted Mar- 
tin, Ed Weston, Elsa Zitzmann, Roddy Hughes, Carole Bischoff, Nancy Ellis, Bonnie Perkins, Mr. Harris McGirt, Miss Jane Leaf, 
Mr. Charles Graham, Mr. Meacham Tomasello, Carol Martin. Mr. Joe Payne, ,^ndy Underwood. 




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Above, SEATED: Mr. James Houser (Advisor), EUiott Buckler, Sue Smith, Bill Coleman, Jim Fales, Lynne Skreczko, Earl Dotter, 
Claudia Irvin, Debbie Carter, Rosan Agresta. SECOND ROW: Mr. Reuben Hale (Advisor), Richard Heisler, Beth Lemons, Kay 
Boyd, John Quinn, Eileen Kelley, Jim Pope, Ronnie Breault, Mrs. Nina Jensen (Advisor). THIRD ROW: Frank Mesa, Anne 
Rowley, Mary Helen Everett, Richard Haynes, Jean Crocker, Mike Monto, Nan Molden. BACK ROW: Mark Witham, Lucia 
Robson, Alan McKellips. Not pictured: Sharon Woodward, Donna Laird, Wynnelle Clawson, John Thiele, Doris Gathman. 



Art Cluh 



Any student interested in art may become a 
member of the Art Club, the purpose of which 
is to further individual interest through group 
activity and at the same time to uphold high 
artistic standards on campus. An important an- 
nual event is the Artists and Models' Ball, which 
the Art Club co-sponsors with Circle K every 
spring. 



Right: Claudia Irvin, Secretary; Jim Fales, President; 
Lynne Skreczko, Treasurer; Earl Dotter, Vice-President. 




by Lloyd Palten 



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Baptist Student Union 
Supports Mission Program 



The Baptist Student Union membership is open not only to 
Baptist students but also to other students by consent. A 
special project of the Union this year is collecting funds for 
the B.S.U. summer mission program. Five student mission- 
aries will be sent this summer to various parts of the Lnited 
States and to Caribbean countries. 



OFFICERS 
SEATED, left: Olivia Hughes, Secretarv; Lavonia Rogers, President. 
STANDING: Kenneth Stallings, Treasurer: Mr. Don Whitmer, Faculty 
Advisor; Myrle Grate, Vice-President. 



Below, SEATED: Sheila Ussery, Sandra Sirman, Linda Leathlean, Olivia Hughes, Lavonia Rogers, Joanne Pierce, Jackie Kurtz. 
STANDING: Ken Stallings, Tom Bethea, Merlin Freer, Renny Austin, LaBelle Michielangelo, Mr. Don Wliitmer, Lois Grate, 
Billy Miller, Myrle Grate, Ken Tyson, John Quigley. 




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bv Llovd Fallen 




Above: Charles Kulp, Photography Editor; Frank Witty, News Editor; Mary 
Snyder, Associate Editor; John Walker, Sports Editor. STANDING: Mrs. 
Virginia Carr, Advisor first semester. 



Above, STANDING: Richard Newell, Circulation 
Manager; Beth Spencer, Assistant Circulation 
Manager; Dale Hastings, Advertising Manager. 
SEATED: Jay Putnam, Business Manager. 




John Rossello, left, Editor-in-Chief first semester, and 
Mrs. Dorothy Peed, Faculty Advisor second semester. 



The Beachcomber 
Trains Journalists 

BEACHCOMBER staff members receive practical experi- 
ences in the fields of editing, reporting, photography, busi- 
ness management, and advertising. Many BEACHCOMBER 
grads become professional journalists, and some achieve 
distinction in newspaper work. 

The second semester the paper has been produced by 
an editorial board. 



Right: Olivia Berry and Nancy Beasley, Report- 
ers; Barbara Bressor, Feature Editor; Mark Wit- 
ham, Reporter; Gerald Lamoureux, Feature Edi- 
tor; Bonnie McChesney, Julie Kutik, Carol Nobis, 
and Ronnie Hancock, Reporters. 




Pictures by Lloyd Fallen 




FIRST ROW: Mr. Joseph Gibson, Jay Putnam, Henry Hall, Jo Ann Woolf, Bonnie Tharin. SECOND ROW: 
Donna Wyllie, Maggie Harms, Edith Mercer, Rev. Charles Farrar. 



Bill Coleman, 




Episcopalians Organize 
Canterbury Cluh 



The Canterbury Club was formed for those students and 
faculty members of the Episcopal faith who are interested 
in study and fellowship with others of their denomination 
and in contributing to the spiritual life of the campus 
through the practice of their faith. As a special project 
this year, members have been working with handicapped 
students at the Sheltered Workshop. 



Left: Mr. Joe Gibson, Faculty Advisor; Jo Ann Woolf, President; 
Donna Wyllie, Secretary; Rev. Charles Farrar, Assistant Minister 
of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Lake Worth. 



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Circle K One of Busiest Cluhs on Campus 



The local club was host for 
the Florida state convention 
of Circle K on April 18-20. 
Among Circle K projects this 
year were cleaning up the 
campus and planting trees; 
manning the voting booths 
for campus elections; install- 
ing an intercom system in the 
Student Lounge; co-sponsor- 
ing the Artists and Models' 
Ball; serving as guides for 
Open House, the spring bar- 
becue, and high school stu- 
dents' visitation; sponsoring 
of Mr. Reid Moore, Jr., who 
Spoke at an assembly on 
Americanism vs. communism: 
initiating the "Girl of the 
Month" program; helping set 
up space exhibits and parking 
cars at the opening of the 
Junior Museum. 




Above, KNEELING: Directors Al Franklin, Don Hobson, Bob Benedict. STANDING: Advisor 
Samuel Bottosto, Treasurer Bill Bartlett, Recording Secretary William Wilkins, President Loren 
Palmer, Past-President Jay Fountain, Corresponding Secretary Richard Newell. Mr. Rudy 
Sobering, Chairman for Circle K for 14th Division of Kiwanis International. 



Below, KNEELING: Del ZuUer, Randy Norton, Eddie Evans, Richard Newell, George Curtis, Marvin Brigman, George Wilkins. 
STANDING: Mr. Rudy Sobering, Loren Palmer, Al Franklin, William Wilkins, Lloyd Patten, Don Hobson, Bill Bartlett, Jay 
Fountain, Robert Benedict, David Hull, James Mobley, Bill Wolson, William Tinsley, Bernie Schwing, Melvin Tomberg, Dr. 
Samuel Bottosto. 




by LloyJ Fallen 




Above, FIRST ROW: Peggy Holmes, Treasurer; Pat Szolscek, President; Pam Spencer, Vice-President; Lynn Skrecz- 
ko: Sandra Simian: Rosalyn Redding; Beth Lemons. SECOND ROW: Margaret Crook, Ethel Hartigan, Carol 
Graham, Lf>rna Campbell, Eileen McManus. 



Circle K-ettes Reorganize 




Above, FIRST ROW: Jackie Kurtz, Hazel Coker, Phyllis North, Barbara Hansen. Bonnie Perkins, Jane Duncan. 
SECOND ROW: Peggy Harbison, Carol Ingram, Donna De Buhr, Niki Sansevero, Pat Richards, Margie Rokoske. 
Not pictured: Camilla Tannery, Secretary; Mrs. Alice Duxbury, Faculty Advisor. 



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Left to right: Carole Cook, President; Pam Ketter, Vice-President; Patricia Morin, Secretary; Sharon Gauthier, Treasurer; Dale 
Martyn, Representative to Student Government; Peggy Baldwin, Historian. Not pictured: Miss Elizabeth Ann Tegiacchi, Faculty 
Advisor. 

Co-Ed Cluh Sponsors Sadie Hawkins Dance 

The Co-Ed Club's big annual affair is the Sadie Hawkins day Dance, held in Novem- 
ber. The Club also made a collection to add to the Student Scholarship Fund, another 
for the Ejiipty Stocking Fund, and gave a tea for incoming freshman co-eds. 

Not pictured: Ann Garwood, Zoe Ann Walter, Yidi Turk, Elsa Zitzmann, Mary Abate, Carol Painter, Patty Bishop, Harriette 
Coker, Bonnye Duerr, Sandra Aycock, Peggy Harbison, Carole England, Bonnie Schroeder, Carol Smith, Mary Anne Hochdorfer, 
Shirley Burgelin, Nancy Mann, Diane Ghent, Vicki Christian, Kathy Maehlman, Marie Camozzi, Suzanne Haberkorn, Joyce Christie, 
Rozanne Arrott, Jeanne Kalil, Pat Szolscek, Bette Starkey, Carole Bischoff, Sigrid Gunderson, Linda Free, Linda Flowers, Sheila 
Ussery, Linda Ashworth, Phyllis North, Susie Switzer. Hinda Feldman, Jo Ann Woolf, Sandy Steeger, Virginia Kelly, Judy Ritchie, 
Anne Marie Stephenson, Linda Parrish, Sue Bogle, Becky Trexler, Regina Riggs. Kathy Winderoth, Rita Monick, Nancy Govan, 
Nancy Ellis, Julie Swensen, Chloe Lindsley, Geneva Swensen, Jackie Freeman, Kaye Fullwood, Virginia Marcellino, Huddy Good- 
man, Bobbie Hansen, Bonnie Perkins, Hazel Coker, Bonnie MacLeod, Pam Spencer, Kathy Conley, Betty Ayoub, Janice Huber, 
Charmaine Knapp, Fran Brown, Jean Tani, Betty Carr, Carole Colby, Louise Leverenz, Mauren Norton, Eileen McManus, Lorna 
Campbell, Mary Everett, Maureen Meehan. 



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College Band Offers Musical Variety 

The College Band, under the direction of Mr. Otis Harvey, has made considerable progress in this, its second, year of operation. 
Not a marching band, it puts emphasis on concerts. Here the Band is shown in action in the Christmas program. 

Members include Laurine Anderson, Charles Bartholomew, John Price. John Boozer, Diane Hailey, Richard Le Gave, Brenda 
Power, James Makela, Pat Rinmier, Carol Havjik, Carol Rudoff, Jeanne Kalil. Jay Duman, Bill Coleman, Dave Pritchard. Sandi 
Beasley, Dan Garber, Gary Kallback, Tom McDonald, Joy Wilber, Frank Lo Pinto, John Schestag. Martha Symes. James Holden. 
William Camden, Richard Wagner. 

Regular visiting members include Mike Walls, Nancy Cardwell, Lucia Robson, Gerry Rudoff, LaBelle Michielangelo, Robert Clanton, 
and James Pope. 

Faculty members are Mr. Melvin 1. Riggs and Dr. Samuel Bottosto. 



OFFICERS 

President _ ..„. _ Tom McDonald 

Vice-President Richard LeGaye 

Secretary-Treasurer _. Jeanne Kalil 

Reporter .__ _ Sandi Beasley 

Librarians Nancy Cardwell (in the fall) 

Joy Wilber and Laurin 
Anderson (in the spring 



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Picture by LloyJ Pall.ii 

Left to right: Barbara Regnier, Carol Laing, Bonnie Tharin, Barbara Voparil, Pat Richards, Jeff Barton, Tom Brown, Sheila 
Ussery, Donald Deakin, Doris Larson, Wilton Tucker (Faculty Advisor), Payge Dampier (Faculty Advisor), Barbara Azzaro. 



College Forum Seeks to Stimulate Thought 



The College Forum serves as a medium for the 
exchange of ideas on campus, the members meet- 
ing regularly to discuss topics of current interest. 
The Forum brings prominent speakers to the cam- 
pus for programs open to the whole student body. 



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Colle 



ge 




Below: Mr. Edwin C. Sturdivant, III, 
Director. 




AT THE PIANO: Shirley Gearhart, Bill Boisvert. 

FIRST ROW: Valerie Browne, Thelma Barna, Rosalyn Redding, Janet Ford, Jean Tani, 
Donna Angelidis, Pat Roadman, Marjie Mankus, Ann MacDonald. 

SECOND ROW: Karen Fabel, Shonnee Swyers, Joyce Lefter, Mary Ann DeLuca, Diane 
Ghent, Jean Kenfield, Mary Beth Cottrell, Lois Constant, Charmaine Knapp, Janice Huber. 

THIRD ROW: Margie Redwanz, LaDora Crosby, Ted Martin, Richard Newell. Earl 
Dotter, John Quigley, Gerald Lamoureux, Jim Pope, Dick LeGaye. 

FOURTH ROW: Bob Hesse, John Boozer, Richard Haight. Larry Rule. Glenn Allen, 
Fred Shirly, Tom Tanis. 



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Singers 




FIRST ROW: Suzanne Haberkorn, Virginia Goff, Beverley Hall, Beverly Smith, Nancy Cardwell, Diane Yankocy, Mary Tread- 
well, Beth Lemons, Sandra Simian, Sharon Hittmann. 

SECOND ROW: Sharon Gauthier, Starr Webster, Sandra Prillaman, Shirley Burgelin, Carol Faustmann, Sandra Mandelar, Linda 
Atkinson, Jeani Austin, Carol Martin. 

THIRD ROW: Bruce Bryan, Tom Worley, Douglas Willett, Carl Cawood, Larry Cornillaud, Jack Carter, Bette Starkey, Norma 
Gargiulo. 

FOURTH ROW: Doug Anderson, Bob Stone, Gary Ryan, Ron Hutton, Jim Martin, William Wilkins, Ken Crenshaw, Jim 
Swan. 

OFFICERS: Gary Ryan, President; Ted Martin, Vice-President; Valerie Browne, Secretary; Larry Cornillaud, Treasurer. 



The College Singers performed a number of times in public this year. They 
gave concerts at the Lutheran Church of Lake Park and for the Kiwanis Club 
of West Palm Beach, and on campus sang at the Phi Theta Kappa tapping cere- 
mony, the Christmas assembly, and the Easter assembly, and will also sing at 
the commencement exercises. 



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Collegiate Civitan 
Raises Walk 



A project of the Civitan Club this year was 
the raising of the walk by Dean Glynn's office 
to the level of the other walks leading to the 
library and to the Student Center. This work 
eliminates a dangerous step-down and raises the 
walkway above the "flood stage" in wet weather. 
This project was financed by the Civitans' sale 
of fruit cake at Christmas. 



Above" Jim DeBav. Vice Prebident , Bruce Mitchell, Treasurer; Ken 
Buclier, President; Ron Cherry, Secretary; David Tubbs, Sergeant-at- 
Arms. 



Below, FIRST ROW: Jim DeBav, Ron Hampton, Jeff Held. Ken Bucher. Ron Cherry, Rick Cutler, Mr. .Arthur Ramos, Faculty 
Advisor. SECOND ROW: Bruce "Mitchell, Jeff Allen, Richard Bernstein. Dayid Tubbs. 







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rinuic by LloxJ Falle 




Left to right: Gary Robinson, Damon Scrivner, Don Becker, Marjorie Mankus, Gail Valentine, Diane Yankocy, Judy Woods, Don 
Hobson, Rosalyn Redding, Joyce Okerstrom, Warren Simo, Jackie Kurtz, Mr. Ken Yoder, Beth Lemons, David Williams. 



Collegiate Fellowship 
Serves Protestants 

Membership in Collegiate Fellowship is open to all 
Protestants and provides companionship at social gather- 
ings as well as at regular meetings. This year the Fellow- 
ship had a picnic and a buffet supper, shared in a banquet 
with other religious organizations on campus, and engaged 
worthwhile speakers on Christian topics. 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS 
At right: Gary Robinson, President; Diane Yankocy, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Scrivner Damon, Parliamentarian; Marjorie Mankus, Treas- 
urer; Mr. Kenneth Yoder, Faculty Advisor; Judy Woods, His- 
torian. 

SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 
Diane Yankocy, President; Scrivner Damon, Vice-President; Gail 
Valentine, Secretary-Treasurer; Judy Woods, Parliamentarian- 
Historian. 




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Piflure bv Lioyd Pane 



SEATED: Buddy Miller, Secretary-Treasurer; Val Gabaldon, Debate Captain; Don Deakin, Jay Putnam. 
Bonar, Mr. Josh Crane, Coach; Dave Mantwill. 



STANDING: Jan 



Debate Team Small But Active 



The Debating Teams participate in four levels of activity. Each fall they have 
training sessions and practice debates under the supervision of the Coach. Through- 
out the year, they give exhibition debates on radio, for civic clubs, and other college 
organizations. Each semester at least two intercollegiate tournaments are attended. 
The teams have debated at the All-Florida Junior Tournament at the University of 
Florida, the Florida Invitational Tournament at Florida State University, and tlie 
Phi Rho Pi State Junior College Tournament, as well as various interscholastic 
tournaments with St. Petersburg Junior College, Manatee Junior College, Indian 
River Junior College, and Brevard Junior College. 



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Esquire Cluh Serves 
Special Need 



The Esquire Club is open to all men in the 
College who are not members of a social club, 
for the purpose of social and community activities. 
At Thanksgiving time the Club collected funds for 
the Children's Home Society of Florida. 



Members not pictured: Gene Barbee, Bill Coleman, Bill Cummings, 
Vernon Doerr, Johnny Edwards, Kent namdorf, Charles Logan, Norman 
Platte, Bob Sobeck, George Schutz, Terry Torgow, Jess Walden, John 
Quinn. 




Pictures by Lloyd Patte 



Above: Jay Duman, Vice-President; Bob Feldott, Presi- 
dent; Ken Reynolds, Secretary -Treasurer. 




KNEELING: Ed Kolakowski, Paul Darrall, Johnny Meeks, Hank Picozzi, Tom Locasale, Larry Rule, Tony Bechtold, Ken Rey- 
nolds. STANDING, FIRST ROW: Mr. Robert Replogle (Faculty Advisor), Pete Bowen, Howie Di Blasi, Dave Mantwill, Pete 
Andrews, Joe Parlato, Bob Feldott, Jay Duman. BACK ROW: Dennis Prisk, George Ralph, Ron Hutton, Ray Cralle, Jerry 
Dupper, Gary KaUback, Wayne Zufelt, Neal Spillane. 

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Academy of Sciences 
Proud of Rock Garden 



One of the projects of the Florida Col- 
legiate Academy of Sciences is the rock 
garden shown here. Other projects in- 
clude an aquarium for the Library and 
field trips to places of interest. Each 
year the Academy sponsors the regional 
high school Science Fair, which is held 
on this campus. 



Above, OFFICERS: Charles Webster, President; Richard Miller, Vice- 
President; Mr. Craig Gathman, Faculty Advisor; Margie Rokoske, Secre- 
tary; Leonard Tolley, Treasurer. 



Below, IN FRONT: Roger Kranich, Margie Rokoske, Kent Johnson, Linda Free, Charles Webster, Walter Mattinen, Patty Bishop, 
Leonard Tolley. IN REAR: Richard Miller, Mr. Craig Gathman, Ken Stallings, Ron Hutton, Joe Parlato, Steve Gordon, George 
Wilkins, Teddy Eggers. 




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Pictures by Lloyd Patten 




Pictures by Lloyd Patten 

Above, FIRST ROW: Nancy Mann, Elsa Zitzmann, Carol Smith, Roger Schram, Peggy Baldwin, Miss Rose Biancarosa (stand- 
ing). SECOND ROW: Donald Deakin, Pat Richards, Hal Johnstone, Peter Bowen, Jean Bloeser. THIRD ROW: Carol Mann, 
Denise Kaufman, Nancy Holloway, Charles Webster, Chloe Lindsley. FOURTH ROW: Donna Angelidis, Bill Wolson, Norma 
Gargiulo, Barry Gersten. 



Language Club 

Fosters 

Knowledge 

of 

Foreign Cultures 



The International Language 
Club is composed of students en- 
rolled in foreign language courses 
and is organized to afford the 
student personal expression with 
respect to the languages and cul- 
ture of French and Spanish- 
American nations. 




Above: Carol Smith, Vice-President for French; Nancy Mann, Vice-President for 
Spanish; Elsa Zitzmann, Secretary; Roger Schram, President; Peggy Baldwin, Treas- 
urer; Miss Rose Biancarosa, Advisor. 



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Publishing The Galleon a Big Project 




Picture by staff photographer Lloyd Patte: 



FIRST ROW: Marjie Redwanz; Bonnie Tharin, Assistant Editor; Barbara Vo pari). Editor; Sharon Hittman. 

SECOND ROW: Barbara Regnier: Beth Lemons; Pat Richards. 

THIRD ROW: Alan McKellips, Staff Photographer; Gerald Lamoureux, Jeff Barton. 

NOT PICTURED: Larry Dougher, Business Manager; Lloyd Patten, Staff Photographer; Jack Eder; Steve Gordon; Chuck Kulp. 

Staff Photographer; Mr. John W. Piatt, Jr., Faculty Advisor. 



Other pictures of staff members on pages 4 and 5. 
The cover was designed by Jack Templeton. 



The GALLEON is the largest single item in the Student Government budget. More 
and more work is required to prepare the book for press as it becomes larger every 
year. 



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The Inter-Social Club Council Co-ordinates 
Activities of Social Clubs 




FIRST ROW: Harriette Coker, Hinda Feldman, Patty Morin, Beth Lemons. 

SECOND ROW: Carole Colby, Nancy Ellis, Julie Swensen, Gary Freer, Bill Nicholas, Rita Monick, Peggy Baldwin. 

BACK ROW: Mr. Charles Sutherland, Joe Skinner, Tommy Orr, Gary Cornn, Gary Wagner, Mrs. Sallie R. Taylor. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester 

Tommy Orr ._ _ President 

Geneva Swensen Vice-President 

Carole Colby Secretary 

Jack Benton Treasurer 



Second Semester 
Hinda Feldman 
... Carole Colby 
... Bill Nicholas 
Gary Wagner 



Faculty Advisor Mr." Charl'es'Sutherland 



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Picture by staff photographer Alan McKellips 




First semester, SEATED: Sharon Gauthier; Loma Campbell, Secretary; Sue Ives; Patty Nettleton; Bonnie Perkins; Julie Swensen, 
Chairman of Women's Board; Joanne Alban, Chairman. STANDING: Tom Orr; Larry Reidinger, Vice-Chairman; Bob Feldott, Chair- 
man of Men's Board; Errol Hicks; Terry Torgow; Joe Skinner, Publicity Chairman; Buddy Joluison. 

I.R, Board Plans Sports and Entertainment 




The Intramural and Recreational 
Board is one of the most active groups 
on campus with its sponsorship of all 
the intramural sports activities and 
such all-school entertainment as the 
Festival of Fun, the fall "beachacue." 
the splash parties, and the annual wind- 
up picnic. 



At left, second semester Board. Right to 
left, girls: Joanne Alban, Vice-Chaimian: 
Judy Wenkstern; Sue Ives; Verna Durrance, 
Secretaiy; Kathy Inglis; Bonnie Perkins. 
Men; Terry Torgow. Howie Di Blasi. Bob 
Feldott, Tom Crull, Larr>- Reidinger. Chair- 
man. 



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Jewish Student 
Fellowship 



The purpose of the Jewish Stu- 
dent Fellowship is to help create 
a more spiritual atmosphere on 
campus. 




Above: Carolyn Fried, Sergeant-at-Arms; Richard Bernstein, Chaplain; Ina Miller, 
President; Stephen Levin, Vice-President; Carole Price, Secretary-Treasurer. 



Below, FIRST ROW: Janice Arnold, Carol Rudoff, Barbara Arnbld, Elaine Sossin, Frances Roth, Hinda Feldman, David Greene. 
SECOND ROW: Ina Miller, Hedy Sapot, Carolyn Fried, Jim Wacksman, Richard Bernstein, Stephen Levin. THIRD ROW: Mr. 
William Kirshner (Faculty Advisor), Melvin Tomberg, Carole Price, Barry Gersten, Steve Gordon, Richard Miller. 




Pictures by Lloyd Patten 



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FIRST ROW: Marjie Redwanz, Elsa Zitzmann, Sharon yittman. Miss Marilyn Jane Leaf. SECOND ROW: Carol Havlik, Warner 
Simo, Jerome McKearney, Ilta-Eva Marttala. 



Lutheran Student Association Represents 
Many Branches of Lutheran Church 



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The Lutheran churches of the area belong to several different synods and divisions 

of the Lutheran Church. The Lutheran Student Association has the task of trying to 

integrate these different interests into one unified club serving all Lutherans on 

campus. 

OFFICERS 

President, first semester: Pat Larson 
President, second semester: Elsa Zitzmann 
Vice-President: Marjie Redwanz 
Secretary: Carol Havlik 
Faculty Advisor: Miss Marilyn Jane Leaf 



Mature Students 
Find Fellowship 



The Mature Students Association 
tries to make the older students feel 
at home on campus on returning to 
school after a considerable lapse of 
time. Members meet for informal 
discussions and refreshments. 



Right, OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER: 
Mrs. Anne Rowley, Secretary; Dan Ward, 
President; Mrs. Harriette Glasner, Vice- 
President; Miss Rachel Crozier, Faculty 
Advisor. SECOND SEMESTER: Mrs. 
Glasner, President; Mrs. Mary Jane Rob- 
erts, Vice-President; Mrs. Rowley, Sec- 
retary. 




Below, FIRST ROW: Doris Gathman, Fay Potter, Irene Dougherty, Anna McAliley, Evelyn Merkle, Wynnelle Clawson, 
Phyllis Adams, Ilta-Eva Marltala, Elsie Welch, Myrtle Riley, Edith Mercer, Anne Rowley. ON STAIRS: Bob Ward, Helen 
Duncan, Gene Patterson, Martha Capone, Lewis Uhlman, Anita Angelo, Charles Eisele, Harriette Glasner, John McWeeney, 
Mary Jane Roberts, Dan Ward, Sam Winters, Owen Brecker. 




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Above, SEATED: Lucia Robson, Ray Helmuth, Business Manager; Mark Witham, Art Editor; Evelyn Allen, Editor-in-Chief. 
STANDING: Pat Morin, Frank Witty, Betty Ayoub, Bonnie Hancock, Bonnie McChesney, Mr. William McDaniel, Faculty Advisor. 
NOT PICTURED: Anne Ellen Quincey. 

MEDIA Gets Wide Publicity 



MEDIA. PBJC's literary magazine, appears annually in the spring. Its purpose is 
to encourage students to express themselves by providing an outlet for literary and 
artistic talent. The editorial board considers the merits of each contribution, whether 
a poem, a story, an essay, or a drawing; whether serious, humorous, or morbid. 

MEDIA has attracted rather wide acclaim, the high point coming in an editorial 
in the Southeastern Junior College Messenger for January 1962, entitled " 'Media' 
Meets Special Needs at Palm Beach Junior College." This editorial explains the 
policies of the magazine as follows: "Selections for the MEDIA are chosen on the 
basis of originality, thought, and presentation. The identities of contributors remain 
anonymous to the editorial board until after the final selections for publication have 
been made. Contributors and illustrators are informed that their work has been selected 
when they receive an invitation to an informal reception which is held the night before 
the magazine is distributed."' 



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Methodist Students 







rganize 



This year for the first time Methodists on campus 
have formed a chapter of the Methodist Student Move- 
ment. Like other religious clubs, it strives to improve 
the spiritual atmosphere of the campus and provides 
a spiritual outlet for its members. 



Right, FIRST ROW: Don Hobson, Vice-President; Rosalyn 
Redding, President; Beth Lemons, Recording Secretary; Joe 
Cooper, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Jim Pope,' Linda Free, 
Devotions Chairman; Mauren Norton, Social Chairman; Dennis 
Anderson, Program Chairman. 




Below, FIRST ROW: Diane Rukes, Zoe Ann Walter, Susan Miller, Patty Bishop, Linda Free, Yidi Turk, Beth Lemons, Rosalyn 
Redding, Don Hobson. SECOND ROW: George Petruff, Carol Laing, Giraldo Mesa, Mauren Norton, Lois Preston, Susie Switzer 
(Corresponding Secretary), Patricia Bowman, Rev. John Bass, Fac'lilty Advisor. 




Picture by Lloyd Pattei 



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Above, FIRST ROW: Art Azzaro, Vice-President; Miss Rose Biancarosa, Advisor; Carol Nobis, Linda Parrish, Sec- 
retary; Pat Szolscek, Gaynelle Brown, Pat Richards, Barbara Curran. SECOND ROW: Pat Morin, Mary Anne 
Hochdorfer, Jerry Brooks, President; Tom Benkin, Bruce Mitchell. Valentine Gabaldon. 

Newman Cluh Acquires House for Members 

A house just across Congress Avenue has been acquired for the use of Catholic students. 

Below, FIRST ROW: Margaret Rokoske, Treasurer; Bill Hemmis, Kathy Maehlman, Denise Kaufman, Bonnie Schroeder, Sue 
Bogle, Kathy Conley, Eileen McManus, Vicki Christian, Maureen Meehan. SECOND ROW: Ed Evans, Barbara Bukata, Nancy 
Mann, Rita Monick, Carol Mann, Gay Hoover, Barbara Azzaro, D onald Deakin. 



rv^^' 




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b^ LlovJ rati. 



Phi Rho Pi 
Honors Speakers 



Florida Alpha Chapter of Phi Rho Pi, a 
national honorary speech • society for junior 
colleges, confers membership on students in 
good standing who have represented the col- 
lege in intercollegiate debate, oratory, ex- 
temporaneous speaking, dramatic reading, or 
similar forensic contests, or who have 
achieved distinction as public speakers or 
actors. In 1961-62 Phi Rho Pi has spon- 
sored three plays, a number of debates, and 
the Palm Beach County High School Speech 
Tournament. 



Right: John McWeeney, President first semester; 
Mr. Duncan, Advisor; Frank Witty, Vice-President. 
Other officers are Pat Kairalla, Secretary, and 
Gloria Maddox, Treasurer. Jim Martin is Presi- 
dent second semester. 




Below, FIRST ROW: Masgie Riley, Harriette Glasner, Frances Brown, Gloria Maddox, Pat Kairalla, Barbara Azzaro, Char- 
lene Burgun, Jeani Austin." Pat Bain, Mary Mayfield. SECOND ROW: Jan Bonar, Sam Winters, Ted Martin, Tom Mook, Bill 
Edwards. THIRD ROW: Mr. Watson B. Duncan, III, and Mr.^ Frank Leahy (Advisors), Bob Harris, Jim Martin, Lewis Uhl- 
man, Rick Allen, George Yount, Jerry Pruitt, Mr. Josh Crane (Advisor). 




Picture by Lloyd Patle 



143 




Phi Theta Kappa Sponsors 
Film Series and Handbook 



Phi Theta Kappa is the highest honor society on campus. This 
year Delta Omicron Chapter sponsored a series of twelve educa- 
tional films on drama as one of the humanities. Kappa also com- 
piled information for the Student Handbook. 



Left, first semester officers: Jay Fountain, President; Nancy Cardwell, Sec- 
retary; Charlotte Silvers, Treasurer (Bette Starkey also ser\ed part of semes- 
ter as Treasurer) ; David Greene, Vice-President. Officers second semester 
are David Greene. President; Bill Bartlett, Vice-President; Bette Starkey, 
Secretary; Lucia Robson, Treasurer. 



Below, members first semester. Left to right, FIRST ROW: Nancy Cardwell, Bette Starkey, Bonnie Schroeder, Bonnie Tharin, 
Barbara Regnier, Gaynell Brown, Sue Smith, Elsa Zitzmann, Miss Edith Easterling, Faculty Advisor. SECOND ROW: Nancy 
Mann, Maggie Riley, Martha Symes, Susan Miller, Charlotte Silvers, Lucia Robson, Susan Hearn, Miss Emma Phillips and Miss 
Mary Sue Albertson, Faculty Advisors. THIRD ROW: David Greene. Jay Fountain, Skipper Gladwin, Gary Goldfaden, Bobby 
Bedford, Stephen Sarper, Dean Paul Allison, Faculty Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Robert Harris, Ronald Andersen, Lloyd Patten, 
William Bartlett, Robert Thompson, Robert Brown. 




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Pictures bv Lloyd Pattei 



Pictures Lv Lloyd Pattc 




Above, FIRST ROW: Errol Hicks, Carol Laing, Sue Bogle, Barbara Bressor, Eileen Kelly, Camilla Tannery, Pat Szolscek, Char- 
maine Knapp, Ted Martin, George Allen, Melvin Tomberg. SECOND ROW: Phil Snyder, Mr. Joseph Payne, Edward Danehy, 
Bill Edwards, Frank Witty, George Michael, Ronald Hutton. 



Below: Errol Hicks, President; Carol Laing, Secretary; 
Pat Szolscek, Treasurer; Mr. Joseph Payne, Faculty Ad- 
visor; Joe Parlato, Vice-President, not pictured. 



Political Union Active 
on Local Scene 



The Political Union is an affiliate of the Florida Citizen- 
ship Clearing House, and through this affiliation a student 
spends a week in Tallahassee each spring as an observer 
of Florida government in action. Also, during the school 
year members of the Political Union are invited to attend 
conferences sponsored by the Florida Citizenship Clearing 
House, both regional and statewide. On December 9, 1961, 
the local Union served as regional host for a Political 
Union conference. Many men in state and local govern- 
ment were present. The Union frequently has public offi- 
cials as guest speakers. This year, members are actively 
campaigning in spring elections. One interesting project 
this year is a study and report of Republican strength in 
Palm Beach County in recent elections. 




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Picture by Lloyd Patten 

Left to right, STANDING: Mr. James A. Cooper, Faculty Advisor; Harry Heath; Albert Tousek; Ronald Hutton; Robert Hoff- 
man; John Thiele; Doug Gustus, Vice-President; Hal Cochrane, Treasurer. IN FRONT: Joe Lutz; Ronald Giddens: Donna 
Laird, Secretary; Mac McLaughlin, President. 



Radio Club Offers 
Training for Hams 



No license is required to join the Sunburst Amateur 
Radio Club. Classes are held to prepare non-licensed 
members for the FCC examination, and the Club owns 
an FCC-licensed station for use of qualified members. 



146 



Sigma Epsilon Mu Honors 
Science Scholars 



Sigma Epsilon Mu promotes scholarship, develops 
character, cultivates fellowship, and provides recogni- 
tion for junior college students majoring in science, 
engineering, and mathematics. To be eligible for mem- 
bership, a regular junior college student must earn 
and maintain a 2.5 overall average with a 3.0 average 
in his major subjects. The society awards a scholar- 
ship cup at graduation to the qualified sophomore with 
the highest point average in these fields. Members 
serve as guides and make demonstrations at Open 
House and the Science Fair in the spring. 



Right: Bobby Bedford, Vice-President; Robert Thompson, Sec- 
retary; Jane Hanlon, President; Mr. William Galbraith, 
Faculty Advisor; Dale Zimmerman, Treasurer. 







Below, left to right: David Greene, Joe Hagerman, Robert Thompson, Sue Ives, Bobby Bedford, Sally Jo Daniels, Gary 
Goldfaden, Jane Hanlon, Mr. William Galbraith, Ronald Andersen. ON STAIRS, left to right: Dale Zimmerman, Kenneth 
Roberts, Chris Willis. 




Pictures by Lloyd Patten 



147 



Student Nurses' Association Has Big Growth 




FRONT, left to right: Stephen Sarper, Bonnie MacLeod, Margaret Hewelt, Marjorie Robinson, Richard Newell. MIDDLE ROW, 

left to right: Suz>' Kamiya, Karen Fabel, Mary Watkins, Georgia LeBeau. Karen Freer, Patricia Hudgins, Ethel Hartigan, Marie 

Pennington, Jane Ryals, Mary Deese. BACK, left to right: Dagmar Radcliffe, Mary Elizabeth Steinberger, Edith Mercer, Carol 
Graham, Lillian LaCroix. 

Above is the sophomore class of nurses. Two years ago on tliis page there were 
only sixteen nursing students, all freshmen, at the beginning of the new nursing 
program at Palm Beach Junior College. Now as people learn of the quality of our 
program, there are over sixty. 



148 




Freshman nursing class, FIRST ROW, left to right: Kathleen Kessler, Peggy Lind, Martha. Stewart, Sarah Lilienthal, Rebecca 
Greene, Jean Miller, Elaine Lako, Elaine Burque, Diane Abert, Ann Harris, Sandra Bailey, Dorothy Davis, Freddie Daughtridge, 
Phyllis Lonergan, Sara Sledge. Russell Methot. MIDDLE ROW. right to left: Mrs. Joan Fox, teacher; Anne Critchfield, Gail Kuhman, 
Alma Harrell. Elsie Planner, Bonnie Peacock, Linda Jenkins, Shirley Greene, Shirley Pirkle. Ilta-Eva Marttala, Evelyn Merkle, Mar- 
lene Seller, Betty Knott, Phyllis Adams, Colleen Cook, Barbara Patrick, Betty Culley. BACK ROW, left to right: Virginia Gilley, 
Jane Ripley, Georgianne Schmidlin, Ella Van de Water, Helen Duncan, Martha Capone, Marie Conklin. 



OFFICERS 



President, Karen Fabel; First Vice-President, Harriet Salzler; 
Second Vice-President, Stephen Sarper; Treasurer, Rhea Finch- 
am: Secretary, Patsy Hudgins; Faculty Advisor, Miss Lillian M. 
.Smiley. 



/49 




Tlie P.B.J.C. chap- 
ter of F.E.A. held its 
annual banquet on 
May 5, with mem- 
bers of the Palm 
Beach County Future 
Teachers of America 
as guests. F.E.A. also 
started a tutoring 
service for students 
in need of such help. 
They gave a Christ- 
mas party for the 
handicapped at the 
Sheltered Workshop, 
and another party 
for underprivileged 
children at a foster 
home. In addition, 
they collected toys 
and food for a needy 
family. 



Above: Mr. Charles Sutherland, Faculty Advisor; Susan Miller, Treasurer; 
hie Azzaro, President; Joyce Lefter, Jean Bloeser, Vice-President. 



Pat Larson, Secretary; Bob- 



Student Florida Education Association 



SEATED, left to right: Bobbie Azzaro, Doris Larson, Joyce Lefter, Sharon Clark, Olivia Berry, Pat Larson, Linda Parrish, Wil- 
liam Flory, Marie Poland, Susan Miller, Mary Jane Roberts, Janet Ford, Lynn Wilson, Irene Dougherty, Jean Bloeser. Mr. 
Sutherland, rear. 




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Pictures by Lloyd Patten 




Vete 



rans 



Cluh 



Picture by Lloyd Patte 



Charles Hendry, Lewis Uhlman, Richard Stow, Donald Heber, Charles Eisele, Bruce Jensen, Walt LeMieux, Robert Snider, Wil- 
liam Flory, Dr. Wayne White, Melvin Tomberg. Not pictured: Dwight Wells, William Wood, George Curtis. 

OFFICERS 

Commander William Flory 

Adjutant Donald Heber 

Recorder William Wood 

Finance Officer George Curtis 

Sergeant-at-Arms Charles Hendry 

Faculty Advisor Dr. Wayne White 



151 




MISS CAROLE ENGLAND 

Court of Beauty 



152 



Miss England is a freshman 
studying to be an executive sec- 
retary. A native of Long Island, 
New York, she now lives in 
West Palm Beach. After grad- 
uation from junior college. 
Miss England hopes to work a 
year and then pursue her edu- 
cation further at a four-year 
college. She is interested in bas- 
ketball, swimming, dancing, 
bowling, and cooking. 




Athletics 



-T'4: i 



* 

I 



Misfits Win Football Championship 

Jim Pflager starred in the easy victor>- of the Misfits, champion team of the Green League, over Phi Da Di in the play-off match. 
Pflager scored all three touchdown in the 28-8 rout of the Gold League champs. Larry Reidinger was captain and Ray Reese, 
quarterback of the winning team. 




FOOTBALL TE.\M 
STANDINGS 






Green League 






Team 




Won 


Lost 


Misfits 

Colts 

Gladers 

Unsociables 

Giants 

Vets 


Gold League 


5 
4 
3 
2 

1 




1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


Team 




Vi'on 


Lost 


Phi Da D: 
Chi Sie 
Circle K 
Alpha Fi 
TKL 
Has Beens 


i 


4 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 


1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 



Knights Win Soccer Title 

The Knights defeated Circle K by the score of 5-1 to determine the intramural soccer title. 
Winning team above, FIRST ROW: John McGrath, Ronald Nelson, Lany Smith. Dave Tatham, 
Don West. SECOND ROW: Teny Darby, Jay Dunian, Tere Seeley, Fred McClure, James Makela. 
Not pictured: Scrivncr Damon. 



154 



Misfits Win 
Cage Crown 



The versatile Misfits also seized the intra- 
mural basketball championship in a 49-40 
victory over the Unsociables in the tournament 
that closed out the season. Starring for the 
winners was Ray Reese with 14 points, fol- 
lowed by Larry Reidinger and Dave Dillon 
with 10 points each. High scorer for the game, 
however, was George Hoskin, center for the 
losing team, with 16 points. 





Winning team, FIRST ROW: Bob Feldott, Warren Murray, Charles Poole, 
Dale Hastings. SECOND ROW: Ray Reese, Dave Dillon, John Holmes, Rick 
Allen, Larry Reidinger. 



FINAL BASKETBALL TEAM STANDINGS 



Green League 










Team 


Won 


Lost 


PF 


PA 


Pet. 


Misfits 


3 





230 


41 


1.000 


Unsociables 


2 





48 


16. 


1.000 


Spastics 


1 


1 


82 


76 


.500 


Hawks 


1 


1 


64 


115 


.500 


Crimson Tide 


1 


2 


41 


124 


.333 


Runts 



Gold Le 


2 
ague 


34 


98 


.000 


Team 


Won 


Lost 


PF 


PA 


Pet. 


Untouchables 


4 





262 


163 


1^0 


TKL 


2 


1 


158 


119 


.667 


Chi Sig 


2 


1 


154 


128 


.667 


Circle K 


2 


2 


186 


151 


.500 


Phi Da Di 


1 


2 


110 


129 


.333 


Vets 


1 


2 


101 


151 


.333 


Alpha Fi 





4 


78 


219 


.000 



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Unsociables and Holy Rollers Tops in Bowling 



The Unsociables topped the men's intramural 
bowling league with 12,772 pins, followed by 
the Esquire Holy Rollers, Watsamattas, and Vets, 
in that order. High game of the year was won 
by Jim Smith at 225, second high by William 
Richards with 220, and third high by Tony Bech- 
told with 216. Jim Smith also took first place 
with a high series of 584, followed by Larry 
Rule in second place and Ray Plotkin in third. 
High average also went to Smith with an average 
of 175, and second high to Larry Rule with 171. 

In women's play, the Holy Rollers, led by 
Bonnie McChesney, edged the Philo Pledges 11,- 
655 to 11.528 for first place. Tri Omega Tigers 
I were third. Bonnie Wulk took high honors with 
181 and Peggy Baldwin rolled a three-game set 
of 439 for individual honors. 




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Esser and Valentine Win Tennis Crowns 



For the second 
straight year, Bill Es- 
ser has annexed the 
men's singles tennis 
championship in the 
fall tourney, defeating 
Glenn Allen 6-1 and 
6-0, and Chris Willis 
6-0, 6-0. Gail Valentine 
went undefeated in 
winning the women's 
crown, followed by 
Saralyn Ledbetter, who 
defeated Julie Swensen 
in the semi-finals to 
win second place. 




Champ Esser (left), runner-up Willis, and Valentine (right) 




Johnson and Wolfe 
Win Track Honors 

In the spring "61 track and field 
meet Buddy Johnson edged Tom Wolfe 
in scoring honors 14^ to 121/2. Bill 
Bollinger was third with 5^4. John- 
son won the 220-yard dash, the 330- 
yard dash, scoring second in the 60- 
yard dash and third in the broad jump. 
Wolfe took top honors in the high 
jump at. 5'4". second place in the 220- 
yard dash and the mass run. and third 
in the 330-yard dash. Fred Hart won 
the 60-yard dash. Ed Whittingslow the 
mass run, Mike Claybourne the soft- 
ball throw, and Henry Hall the broad 
jump. 



Tom Wolfe shows how to win high jump in spring '61 track meet. 



157 




A co-ed archerv class. 




Bernstein, Cardwell, Swensen 
Win at Table Tennis 



The team of Richard Bernstein and Nancy Cardwell (left) 
took first place in the co-ed table tennis tournament held in 
the fall. Thirteen matches were played in the double elimina- 
tion tournament from October 26 through December 1. In 
second place were Bill Link and Brenda Power, and in third 
place, Ed Evans and Marjie Rokoske. 

In women's table tennis singles played in February. Julie 
Swensen edged out Bonnie Perkins to win the championship. 
21-18 and 22-20. Carol Lefevre was third. 

In women's doubles. Julie Swensen and Brenda Power took 
first place over Carole Colby and Bonnie Perkins. Marjie 
Rokoske and Pat Szolscek were third. 



158 



Philo Raiders Tops 
in Women s 

Volleyball 



The Raiders defeated the Unknowns 
two games to one in winning the women's 
volleyball title. The Coordinates were 
third and the Gangettes, fourth. In co-ed 
volleyball, the Misfits won in a field of 
fifteen competing teams in the double 
elimination tournament. Second place 
went to the Sizzling Six and third to the 
Thi Di's. 




Women's volleyball champions, the Raiders: Linda Ashworth, Geneva Swensen, 
Brenda Power, Jo Ann Woolf, Carole Bischoff, Julie Swensen, captain. 




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FINAL MEN'S SOFTBALL TEAM 
STANDINGS. SPRING 1961 



SOCIAL CLUB LEAGUE 




Team 
Chi Sig 
Phi Da Di 
TKL 
Alpha Fi 


Won 
3 
2 

1 



Lost 

1 
2 
3 


INDEPENDENT LEAGUE 




Team 

Misfits 

Untouchables 

Runts 

Esquires 


Won 
2 
2 
2 



Lost 

1 
1 
1 
3 



UNKNOWNS WIN WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 
TITLE IN '61 

First team in the round robin tourna- 
ment in the spring of 1961 was the Un- 
knowns, managed by Pat Larson. On the 
team were Sue Ives, Pat Chapman, Joanne 
Alban, Charlotte Silvers, Sandra Mandelar, 
Starr Webster, Pat Larson, Georgia Le 
Beau, Nona Childs, Joan Gibbons, Sandy 
King, and Darleene Maxson. 





At left, Miss Jane Leaf is teaching 
techniques of badminton in girls' 
gym class. 



160 



New Phys Ed 
Courses 
Popular 



Three new courses offered 
the second semester proved 
very popular. Recreationa 
games, pictured here, is a 
co-educational course teach- 
ing table tennis, darts, cro- 
quet, shuffle board, deck ten- 
nis, horseshoes, and other 
sports that most graduates 
can continue to participate 




Social dance is offered only in the evening 
and carries no academic credit, but neverthe- 
less the class was quickly filled by students 
of both sexes. Play gymnastics teaches men 
the fundamentals of tumbling, trampoline, and 
vaulting. For women there is a course in rec- 
reational leadership that teaches theory and 
practice of different forms of recreation. 



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MISS JANICE HUBER 

Court of Beauty 



162 



Miss Huber is a freshman work- 
ing in the field of dental hy- 
giene. A native of Pennsyl- 
vania, she now makes her home 
in Lake Worth. Her interests 
include singing and playing the 
piano. After graduation, she 
plans to work as a dental hy- 
gienist and get married. 




Events 



163 



upper picture by 




Another School Year Begins With Registration 



After the usual hectic registration, there was a period 
of settling down and becoming adjusted to college life. 
The first w.eek of classes brought a splash party just for 
freshmen and a dance for everyone. The Intramural and 
Recreational Board provided fun and fellowship at the "get- 
acquainted beachacue" in Palm Beach. Freshmen chose their 
officers, candidates like Don Deakin ( right ) vying for votes. 
The last two weeks of September were busy ones, with the 
social clubs giving rush parties. 

And there was a more serious side of activities, too. such 
as the blood bank drive for the Classroom Teachers' Associa- 
tion. Any student, faculty member, or dieir families may use 
the blood thus contributed. 




164 



A Beachcomber picture. 



Picture by Alan McKellips 




The I.R.B. sponsored a beach-a-cue on September 25, at Phipps Park, with plenty of swimming, games, and barbecued chicken. 
Below, the blood bank drive sponsored by Thi Del netted sixty-nine pints of blood. 







Picture by Lloyd Pattei 



165 




Circle K Brings 
Speakers to Campus 



At the first general assembly of the year 
on October 27, Circle K presented Mr. Raid 
Moore, Jr., who spoke on Communism vs. 
Americanism. Mr. Moore represented the Pakn 
Beach County Bar Association and Florida 
Bar Association. Left, Mr. Rudy Sobering of 
Southside Kiwanis Club: Dr. Samuel Bottosto, 
Faculty Advisor; Mr. Moore; Loren Palmer, 
President; and Jav Fountain. Past-President. 



Below: State Senator Ralph Blank, Jr., speaks on the future of Florida at the Circle K banquet in the Student Center on December 
5. Senator Blank stressed the need for more e'ducational facilities in Florida, especially in graduate and technical fields, to take 
care of industrial growth. 




Slatf pholo by Lloyd Patl. 



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CAST 

Pat Bain, as Medea 
Gloria Maddox 
Rick Allen 
Hal Johnstone 
Jim Martin 
Mary Mayfield 
Jeani Austin 
Betty Ayoub 
Sandi Beasley 
Maureen Mahoney 
Dennis Achilli 
Russ Deakin 
Bill Esser 
Lucia Robson 
Cliff Barefoot 
Al Siebert 
Glenn Allen 
Tom Orr 
Mark Leahy 
Mary Leahy 




Pat Bain Stars in Euripides' Tragedy^ Medea 

Phi Rho Pi's first dramatic production of the year was Robinson Jeffers' adaptation of Medea, presented in the 
College Auditorium October 26-28. 1961. under the direction of Mr. Frank Leahy. The stage setting was excellent. 
and the production was well received by the audience. Student director was Linda Burnett, assisted by Jeani Austin. 
This play, of course, belongs to Medea, and Pat Bain did a splendid performance with the prodigious amount of 
memorizing necessary. 





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Co-Ed Club Presents Sadie Hawkins Dance 




Sharon Gautheir and Doug Phillips were 
enthroned on a bale of hay after having 
been chosen Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner 
at the Co-Ed Club's Sadie Hawkins Day 
Dance held in the gym on November 4. In 
the Daisy Mae-Li'l Abner contest, the Club 
collected S155 to add to the Student Schol- 
arship Fund. CK'er 350 students in Dog- 
patch costume danced to the music of the 
Accents and enjoved the entertainment. In 
the picture above. Thi Del pledges sing 
'"Fm Just a Girl Who Can't Sav No." Left. 
Beth Lemons sings "You Can't Get a Man 
with a Gun." with Daisy Mae and Li'l Ab- 
ner in the background. 



Staff photos by Lloyd Patten 



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Students Are 

Funny at 

Festival of Fun 



The Intramural and Recreation- 
al Board presented its second an- 
nual Festival of Fun on November 
21 in the Gym and on the athletic 
fields. About 400 students were 
on hand for the games and -re- 
freshments, and to dance the 
"Twist" afterwards. Sophomore 
men won the pushball game and 
potato race, but freshmen proved 
that they have their noses to the 
ground in the peanut-pushing race 
(right) and other antics. 




Pittun-s by staff pli,ilogra[ihiT Lloyd Pa 




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Robert N. Harris (left) is tapped by Bill Bartlett. 



Phi Theta Kappa Taps 13 in Fall Ceremony 

In an impressive candlelight ceremony in the auditorium on November 15, Phi Theta Kappa tapped thirteen new members of this 
honor society. The College Singers skillfully performed a very ambitious program. At lower left, Barbara Regnier I left) is being 
tapped by Sue Ives. At lower right, Barbara Frostic, Shonnee Swyers, and Valerie Browne sing a trio. 





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Political Union Holds Regional Conference 




On December 9, 1961, PBJC served as host 
for the Southeastern Florida Regional Con- 
ference of the Political Union. Attending the 
meeting in addition to college students of the 
area were guests such as State Senator Ralph 
Blank, Jr., West Palm Beach City Commis- 
sioner Sylvan Burdick, County Commissioner 
E. F. Van Kessel, Judge Paul Douglas, County 
Registrar Dan Gorham. Mayor Charles Brown 
of Lantana. Representing PBJC are Faculty 
Advisor Joe Payne, President Harold Manor, 
Dr. Sam Bottosto, Dean Glynn. In the picture 
above, Errol Hicks, President of the host 
Union, is presiding. 



Music Department 
Has First Recital 



On January 11, 1962, the examination re- 
cital was held in the auditorium before a 
small, appreciative audience. On the program 
were Valerie Browne (pictured above), 
companied by Shirley Gearhart, singin; 
selection from the light opera "Die Fleder 
maus," and Brenda Power on the flute (right) 
accompanied by Bill Boisvert. Other vocalists 
were Richard Plotkin, Shonnee Svfyers, Mau 
reen Mahoney, and Bruce Bryan. Other in 
strumentalists were Laurine Anderson on the 
clarinet, and Norma Gargiulo, Jack Carter, 
Valerie Browne, and Shirley Gearhart playing 
solos at the piano. 




Above: Carole Colby (right). President of Thi Del, introduces members of her social club with their escorts. 



Bernie Kyle Orchestra at Harvest Moon Ball 




Thanksgiving time is Thi 
Dels Harvest Moon Ball time. 
This year the annual formal 
dance ^vas held on No\"ember 
25 at the Pennsylvania Hotel 
in West Palm Beach. \\ ith Ber- 
nie Kyle's Orchestra furnish- 
ing the music. Concluding a 
big evening. Thi Del and their 
dates attended a breakfast at 
the home of Connye and Larry 
Conwav. The Harvest Moon 
Ball, like other formal dances, 
is not restricted to members 
of one social club and their 
guests, but is an all-college 
affair. 



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Ed Westhury Chosen 
"Mr. Wonderful" 



At Tri Omega's formal "Winter Wonder- 
land" Christmas dance, given at the Pennsyl- 
vania Hotel on December 16, Edwin Westbury 
was named "Mr. Wonderful," with Gary 
Cornn, Jack Benton, and Jerry Dupper as the 
"King's Court." The Carl Cawood Trio pro- 
vided the dance music. 





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Christmas Festivities 
Gay and Reverent 



On the last day of classes before the 
Christmas vacation the holiday atmosphere 
came to its climax \vith the Christmas as- 
sembly in the Auditorium. The College 
Singers, under the direction of Mr. Ed 
Sturdivant; the College Band, under Mr. 
Otis Harvey; a choral ensemble and a 
trio under the direction of Miss Letha 
Madge Royce, combined their musical tal- 
ents in a splendid Christmas concert. Nar- 
rators of the Christmas story were Pat 
Bain and Hal Johnstone. The scenic design 
by Beth Lemons and the lighting effects by 
Doug Anderson created a ver}' beautiful 
and striking background. On December 28 
the annual Student-Alumni Dance was held 
in the Gymnasium. 



Getting into the spirit of things, the Mature Students Association held a 
"coffee" in the Home Economics Department. Mrs. Mary Jane Roberts serves 
Dr. Manor, who is flanked bv Mrs. Harriette Glasner and Dan Ward. 




Silent Night. Holy Night 



.Tina 



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To Us Is Born Emanue 

m 





ells, Jingle Bells. 



Winter Wonderland. 



175 





Sharon Gauthier 

Chosen 

Miss P.BJ.C, 



Sharon Gauthier was named "Miss 
Palm Beach Junior College" at the 
Coronation Ball, sponsored by Alpha 
Fi. at the American Legion Hall in 
West Palm Beach on January 13. 
Miss P.B.J.C.s attendants were Gari- 
ann Pappert and Bonnye Duerr. At 
lower left, candleholding .\lpha Fi 
brothers form ranks in impressive 
procession. Joe Siginond's Orchestra 
provided music for dancing. 



176 



Johnny Belinda Held Over 



"Johnny Belinda," by Elmer Harris, proved so popular in the 
Phi Rho Pi presentation here that it was held over for an extra 
performance. Breaking all attendance records at the College, around 
1800 persons saw the special dress rehearsal and the four regular 
showings beginning February 8. Gloria Maddox has been very fa- 
vorably compared with Jane Wyman in the movie version of the same 
role of Belinda. Mr. Frank Leahy was director, assisted by Rick Allen 
and Sandi Beasley. 





CAST: Gloria Maddox as Belinda, Jim Martin, Tom 
Mook, Al Seibert, Anne Ellen Quincey, Maureen 
Mahoney, Sigrid Gunderson, Jim Pope, Steve Jones, 
Johnny Quinn, Tom Wells, Beth Lemons, Jeani 
Austin, Doug Anderson, Bill Flory, Connie Brooks, 
Allison Ciane (the babv). 



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Brenda Power 

Sweetheart 

of Ball 

The annual Sweetheart Ball 
sponsored by Phi Da Di was held 
on February 17 at the Town House 
in \^'est Palm Beach. Miss Brenda 
Power (center) was named Sweet- 
heart of the Ball, her attendants 
being Miss Jeanie Van Dyne (left) 
and Miss Karen Anglin. Music was 
provided by the Carl Kaywood Or- 
chestra. On the opposite page, Phi 
Da Di "brothers"' sing the Sweet- 
heart Song. 



178 




179 





Maureen Woods 

Wins 
"Miss GaUeon'' 

Title 

In a beauty contest held in 
the Home E<:ononiics Depart- 
ment on February 24. 1962, 
Miss Maureen Woods of Boca 
Raton was chosen "Miss Gal- 
leon." The yearbook is the 
sponsor of this ver\" popular 
contest, thirtv-one girls com- 
peting for the honor this year. 
They were judged on person- 
ality, charm, grooming, and 
poise, as well as physical 
beauty. The judges in the pic- 
ture above are three of our 
mature students: Mr. John 
McWeeney. Mrs. Elsie Dean 
Welch, and Mr. Lee R. Bal- 
lard. The winners are Miss 
Galleon: Maureen Woods at 
the extreme left: Miss Sopho- 
more: Mauren Norton, sec- 
ond left: Miss Freshman: 
Frances Brown, extreme right : 
ftiembers of the Beautv Court: 
Janice Huber (third from 
left). Carole England (front 
center). Lyn Parker, and 
Bonnye Duerr. 



180 




Whitehall Scene 
of Arch Dance 



On May 5, 1961, Philo held its 
annual Arch Dance at elegant White- 
hall, the Flagler Memorial Museum 
in Pahn Beach. The 250 guests were 
entertained by several numbers of 
the Peggy Visco Ballet Dancers, the 
music of Phil Crenshaw at the piano, 
and the songs of Carol Martin. 




181 





Artists and Models^ Ball 
a Gala Affair 

''King Neptune's Kingdom" was the theme of the 1961 
Artists and Models' Ball, held in the gym on April 14. 
The ball was co-sponsored by the Art Club and Circle K, 
and "rock and roll" music was provided by the Accents. 
The guests also enjoyed the latest dance craze, the "Hully 
Gully." Above, Rick Allen does a humorous skit on "Romeo 
and Juliet." and at left, Sandy Hall, Tom Brown, and Gary 
Kallback do a skit M.C.'d by Dennis Setterfield. 




182 




Two Informal Spring Dances Held on Campus 



Two informal dances of last 
spring are pictured here. At 
the top is Esquire Club's "Star- 
dust Ball." held April 28, 
1961, in the star-drenched 
Student Center. On the patio 
outside, tables were placed 
under the real stars. Carl Kay- 
wood's Orchestra provided 
dance music, with songs by 
Jimmy Allen. 

At the right is the I.S.C.C. 
Dance held in the gym on 
March 3, 1961. Decorations 
were on the theme "Where 
the Boys Are." Music was pro- 
vided by the Jesters, and 
pledges from all the social 
clubs were introduced. 




183 



Fashion Show and Music at Easter 




Above, home economics students model Easter finery they have created in class. Lett to right: Mrs. Ann Correll, Mrs. Stella 
Robertson, Leni Boynton, Rita Rongione, Patty Davis, Gloria Gentry, Kathy Maehlman, Peggy Jackson, Betsy Correll (wearing 
creation by her mother, Mrs. Ann Correll), Joanne Herbst, Mary Lou Aurelio, Susan Miller, Brenda Bailey, Dorothy Snead, Shirley 
Burgelin, Gwendolyn Shelfer, Sandra Sirman, Mrs. Edith Hall, teacher and master of ceremonies. 




184 



Assembly 

On March 30, 1961, the Col- 
lege Singers and the Home Ec- 
onomics Department combined 
efforts to present an Easter 
program in the auditorium. The 
ladies at the left were among 
the, best dressed in this area 
last Easter. At lower left a 
mixed ensemble led by Miss 
Madge Royce sang appropriate 
songs and led the audience in 
singing the Alma Mater. At 
right, a trio composed of Maija 
Murray, Judy Bell, and Nancy 
Cardwell sing the Richard 
Rodgers ditty, "I Enjoy Being 
a Girl." A men's quartet com- 
posed of Tom Mook, Sammy 
Bivans, Bill Boisvert, and Henry 
Hall put spirit into "Standing 
on the Corner." 




Below, the College Singers in action, and in the foreground, the College Band, which was making its first public appearance after 
its organization at the beginning of the school year under Mr. Otis Harvey. 




185 



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Mr. Watson B. Duncan, III, Mary Lou Aurelio, and Lynda Thomas. 

Phi Rho Pi Presents Smash Hit in ''Dream Girl 



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Bob Pountney 

Mary Mayfield and Linda Burnett 



Over a thousand appreciative play-goers saw Phi Rho Pi's production of 
Elmer Rice's farce-comedy "Dream Girl" in three performances on March 
9. 10, and 11, 1961. Director Frank Leahy was assisted by student directors 
Tom Mook and Gloria Maddox. Mary Lou Aurelio played the lead, supported 
by many fine performers. 



CAST: Mary Lou Aurelio, Pat Bain, Tom Mook, Jim Martin, Mr. Watson B. Duncan, in, 
Pat Kairalla, Lynda Thomas, Rick Alien, Mary Mayfield. Linda Burnett. Mr. Jim 
Houser, Bob Pountney, Mr. David Forshay, Dr. Samuel Bottosto, Mr. Otis Harvey, 
Ernie Van Duser, Judy Seeber, Lucia Robson. Frank Witty. Betty McConnell. Sue 
HoUis, Gloria Maddox, Dennis Setterfield. 

PRODUCTION STAFF: Frank Witty, Bill Edwards. Jolin Gary. Brent Wenkstern. 
Neal Warth, Jim Martin, Dennis Setterfield, Ernie Van Duser, Pat Kairalla, Lucia 
Robson. Betty McConnell, Mary' Mayfield, Bobbi Matalucci, Pat Bain, Bill Hoegsted, 
Lynda Thomas, Linda Burnett, Leonard Higbee, Nick Willocks, Jeff Knox, Rick Allen, 
Glenn Allen, Bobbie Azzaro, Bruce Minos, BUI Robertson, Beverly Kyle, Marcia Manor, 
Ted Babbitt, Sue Farber, Bob Pountney, Jim Preston, Jeanni Austin, Hal Johnstone, 
(Gloria Maddox, June Livingston, Tom Mook, Gary Waller, Tiny Lear. 



186 




Othello 



Romeo and Juliet 



Twelfth Niaht 



Shakespeare Theme of 
Drama Showcase 1961 

Under the masterful supervision of Mr. Frank 
Leahy. Phi Rho Pi produced excerpts from five 
plays, called "The Many Loves of Shakespeare," 
on May 18-20, 196L 



ROMEO AND JUUET: Director, Gloria Maddox, assisted 
by Gladys Mickle. Cast: Jim Martin, Gloria Maddox, 
Gladys Mickle. 

OTHELLO: Director, Linda Burnett, assisted by Jeani 
Austin. Cast: Rick Allen, Linda Burnett, Tom Mook, 
Jeani Austin. 

TWELFTH NIGHT: Dire.cor, Hal Johnstone, assisted 
by Pat Kairalla. Cast: Hal Johnstone, Mary Mayfield, 
Lynda Thomas, Pat Kairalla, Jim Martin, Bill Hoegsted. 
THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR: Director, Eliza- 
beth Anderson, assisted by Gloria Smithson. Cast: Bob 
Parker, Frank Witty, Nick Willocks, Jane Seabolt, Ruth 
Taylor, Gloria Smithson, Elizabeth Anderson. 
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW: Director, June Living- 
ston, assisted by Bill Hoegsted. Cast: Ted Babbitt, Jim 
Preston, Bob Pountney, Nick Willocks, Leonard Higbee, 
Bill Hoegsted, Ernie Van Duser, Hal Johnstone, Pat 
Bain, June Livingston, Pat Kairalla, Frank Witty, Betty 
McConnell. 




The Merr>' Wives of Windsor. 




The Taming of the Shrew. 



187 




Kiwanis and Circle K Sponsor Barbecue 




On Sunday afternoon. 
April 16. 1961. the South- 
side Kiwanis Club of \^ est 
Palm Beach and Circle K 
co-sponsored a barbecue 
at the College. Funds 
from the sale of tickets 
were used for the benefit 
of the College, including 
the planting of tlie roval 
palm trees along the fu- 
ture mall from the Admin- 
istration Building to Con- 
gress Avenue. This barbe- 
cue has become an annual 
affair since the College 
moved to the present cam- 
pus. 



188 



PBJC Holds 
Open House 

A crowd of more than 300, 
many of them parents of PBJC 
students, visited the campus on 
April 23, 1961, to see the facilities 
and meet the facult)-. Representa- 
tives of various student organiza- 
tions served as ushers and guides 
for a tour of the campus. A popu- 
lar attraction was the College 
Band, which played a concert un- 
der the direction of Mr. Otis Har- 
vey on the patio behind the audi- 
torium. Refreshments were served 
in the library. 




JaegeeoaaooQ f^ 




189 




Language Festival and 
Science Fair Held Here 



Of interest to hundreds of PBJC students were two 
high school competitions for which the College served 
as host. On April 14. 1961. the Foreign Language De- 
partment of PBJC sponsored the county-wide Foreign 
Language Festival in the auditorium. At left. Miss Rose 
Biancarosa, French and Spanish instructor, presents 
Duncan Muir of Pabn Beach High School a trophy for his 
school, which won more honors than any other. Mr. 
Watson B. Duncan. III. Chairman of the Department 
of Communications, looks on. 

Below are two astronomy exhibits of the 267 exhihits 
in the Region 11 Science Fair, held in the Science and 
Technical Buildings on March 24-25, 1%1. The exhibits 
were much better, though fewer, than in the past. Region 
11 includes Palm Beach, Glades, Hendry, Martin. Okee- 
chobee, and St. Lucie Counties. 



190 



Picture by Lamm Photo Shop 








Above, prizp winner"! -svith judges. FIRST ROW: Mr. Jim Houser, art instructor; Mr. Ollie Locher, President of Commerce National 
Bank: Mr Vi ilfred McGibbon, judge, of the Lake Worth Art League; Mr. Franklin Blundell, judge. President of the Lake Worth 
Art League, Mr Lou Kormendy, judge, of the Lake Worth Art League; Mrs. Nina Jensen, Chairman of the Art Department. SEC- 
OND R0\^ Nick Carter, Carol Wells, Jacqueline Benz, Henry Isern, Dolores Carter, Sally Ireland, Marcia Manor, BiU Hoegsted, 
Susan HoUis. Luis Isern, Gary LaCroix, Marybeth Coe, Patty Kirbert, Elizaljeth Dennis. 

Students Exhibit Art at Lake Worth Bank 



From May 6 to May 12. 
1961, PBJC art students had 
an excellent opportunity to ex- 
hibit their work where thous- 
ands could view them. The 
Commerce National Bank of 
Lake Worth provided exhibi- 
tion space in the lobby and 
presented small cash awards 
to winners in the competition. 
First place winners in various 
categories were Susan Hollis. 
Bill Hoegsted, and Marcia 
Manor. 

During the week of May 21 
the art students had another 
exhibition af the Norton Gal- 
lery in West Palm Beach. 





LR,B. Sponsors Splash Party 




Over 300 students swam, danced 
the Hully Gully, and ate "Sloppy 
Joes'" at the pool part)' held at 
Lido Pools in Palm Beach on April 
13. 1961. Music for dancing was 
pro\ided by The Accents. On the 
swimming schedule were relay 
races and tw'o novelt)- races: a 
"poodle race," in \vhich the con- 
testants could use only the dog 
paddle stroke, and a hat race 
( above ) . In this latter race, swim- 
mers lined up and jumped feet 
foremost (well, anyway thev were 
supposed to) into the water. Then 
they had to race to the end of 
the pool and back and recover the 
hats by coming up underneath 
them without using their hands. 



192 



Pictures by Chuck Kulp 



and Wind-Up 
Picnic 



About 600 students and teach- 
ers attended the Wind-up Pic- 
nic held at Phipps Ocean Park 
on May 23, 1961. Hot dogs and 
potato salad were the main 
items on the menu. Various 
games were played and annual- 
awards were made to intra- 
mural sports winners. 




Hit it out of the park, Mr. Tucker! 





Graduation Rewards Two Years of Patient 




Commencement ceremonies began in the 
Auditorium on Sunday. June 11. 1961. with 
the Baccalaureate Address delivered by Dr. 
Paul E. Arnold, pastor of tlie First United 
Lutheran Church of West Palm Beach. After 
the procession in caps and gowns tlie invoca- 
tion was given by the Rev. Robert Asmuth. 
[jastor of Immanuel Presbyterian Church in 
Lake Park and the Scripture was read by the 
Rev. T. C. O'Steen, pastor of the Pahokee 
Methodist Church. The College Singers pre- 
sented a , short musical program. Monday. 
June 12. was Recognition Night, with many 
awards given to outstanding scholars. The 
climax came on Tuesday. June 13. with ap- 
proximately 170 students receiving degrees, 
rhe procession was led by the faculty, followed 
bv the graduating sophomores. Tlie Rev. John 



Mr. Robert T. Siemon presents S800 Halsey and Griffith Award to Richard 
H. Gross while Dr. Manor waits to congratulate the winner. 



194 




Highest scholastic honors were won by the group above: Eileen Smith, second highest average for the 
two years; Ronald Molinari, highest in Science and mathematics; Mary Jo Willeford, highest average for 
the sophomore year; Dolores Wolfe, Valedictorian: highest average for the two years. 



Work 



T. McCrea gave the invoca- 
tion, followed by greetings 
from Superintendent Howel 
L. Watkins. The Commence 
ment Address was given by 
Dr. Charles D. Tharp, Vice 
President and Dean of Fac 
ulties at the University of 
Miami, who spoke on the im 
portance of the Humanities 
Dr. Manor, assisted by Mr 
Laurence Mayfield, presented 
diplomas to the graduates. 
Finally on the program came 
Graduation Dance in the 
gymnasium. 




Mr. George Campbell of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of West Palm Beach 
presents llOOO Calvin W. Campbell Memorial Scholarship to Russ Martin, left, and a similar 
grant to Alfred Kober, who also won the award in 1960. 



195 




Departmental winners, SEATED: Jim Preston, Communications; Joan Fox, Nursing; Dolores Wolfe, Business; Bob 
Eschenbacher, Chemistry. STANDING: Ed Whittingslow, Foreign Language and Social Science; Dick Gross, Biology; Bernd 
Fossum, Mathematics, and Physics-Engineering. Not pictured: EHzabeth Dennis, Art; Hsie Newlan, Home Economics; 
Maija Murray, Music. 



OTHER AW.\RDS 




Tlie BEACHCOMBER Citizenship Awards: 
Russell Martin and Sue Farber: Award of 
the Music Study Clubs of the Palm Beaches : 
Maija Murray; Award of American Asso- 
ciation of University Women: Linda 
Spaugh: Southern Research Foundation 
Housing Scholarship at Florida State Uni- 
versity and a General Education Scholar- 
ship Fund Award for study at F.S.U. : Rus- 
sell Martin; Lake Worth Art League 
Award: Lynn Bowe; Wall Street Journal 
Award: Robert Wells: International King's 
Daughters and Sons Fellowship to Chau- 
tauqua: Raymond Dale: Chemical Rubber 
Company Award in Chemistry: William 
Fries; Chemical Rubber Company Award 
in Freshman Mathematics: James Camden: 
Chemical Rubber Company Award in Phys- 
ics: Bernd Fossum. 



196 



Student Center Packed 
for Signing Party 



There was hardly room for dancing in 
the Student Center on the evening of May 
1, 1961, as The GALLEON held its annual 
signing party. Hundreds of students were 
on hand to count the number of times The 
GALLEON had recorded their features for 
posterity, and to learn who had been chosen 
Miss Galleon '61. Refreshments were pro- 
vided by the Sophomore Class. At the right, 
Editor Pat Sheppard helps distribute the 
books. 




Piclure by Eileen Wright 




Watson B. Duncan, III, 
at Stratford-upon-Avon 



A distinct honor came to Mr. Watson B. Dun- 
can. TIL Chairman of the Communications De- 
partment, last summer when he was awarded a 
scholarship to study at the Shakespearean Festival 
at Stratford-upon-Avon. The award was made by 
the English-Speaking L^nion of the Palm Beaches. 
At the left, Mr. Duncan is pictured in the Mayor's 
Ballroom of the Town Hall of Stratford conversing 
with Mayor R. S. Rosser at the Mayor's Reception 
for students at the Shakespearean Festival. The 
portrait on the wall is a painting of the famous 
Shakespearean actor David Garrick playing the 
role of Richard HI. 



Picture by Stratford-upon-Avon H. 



197 




MISS LYN PARKER 

Court of Beauty 




198 



Miss Parker is a freshman from 
Troy, New York, but now lives 
in Boynton Beach. Her major 
field is English, and she would 
like to become an airline stew- 
ardess, perhaps getting her 
bachelor's degree first. Her in- 
terests include painting, sew- 
ing, skiing, dancing, drawing 
house plans. 




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Ivy League Slacks 
Form-Fitting Shirts 
Socks 
Shoes 

Sportswear 



FOUNTAIN'S 

726 Lake Avenue 
LAKE WORTH 



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Best Wishes 



ENYTASK EMPLOYMENT AGENC 

Room 605 Guaranty Building 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

Offices Also in Pompano Beach, 
Florida 



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RUSSELL'S 
LAKE WORTH OFFICE SUPPLY 

525 Lake Ave., Lake Worth, Florida 
JU 5-1754 JU 2-4502 



Office Machines 

Sales — Service 

Rentals 



Office Supplies 

Filing Cabinets 

Furniture 



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enough to serve you" 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to Students and Staff 


POLICE DEPARTMENT 


COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK 




LAKE WORTH 






BOUTWELL 
GUERNSEY FARMS 

Dairy Products 



THE RIDGE CLEANERS 

1302-04 Lake Avenue 

Lake Worth, Florida 

JU 2-6931 

Pick Up and Delivery 

All Work Done in Our Own Plant 



BELK'S 



CLEMATIS AT OLIVE 



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Photographer for the Galleon '62 



Phone TE 2-1695 
515 SOUTH OLIVE WEST PALM BEACH 





Compliments ot 

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF LAKE WORTH 



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915 South Dixie 

West Palm Beach 

TE 3-8459 



270 So. County Rd. 
Palm Beach 
TE 2-0881 



LAKE PHARMACY 

729 Lake Avenue Lake V/or+h 

Phone JU 5-6426 

Free Delivery Service 



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Good Luck 

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Best Wishes 


Factory Trained Mechanics 
Genuine Ford Par+s 




WAYNE AKERS FORD, INC. 




The Painn Beaches' 
Fastest-Growing Ford Dealer 


CITY OF BOYNTON BEACH 


Complete Body and Paint Shop 

Fully Equipped Service Department 

All Makes of Cars 


1962 


JU 2-4444 • LAKE WORTH 






Compliments 
of 

THE COLLEGE SHOP 

by Martin-Burns 

University Fashions for Lad and Dad 

Lantana Shopping Center Palm Coast Plaza 
1430 Osborne Rd. West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Lantana, Fla. 



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FLORIDA'S FUTURE! 

An education at one of Florida's outstanding institutions of 
higlner learning will prove a valuable asset in the years ahead. 

Remember also, that every Florida "learning hour" can be 
transformed into Florida "earning power". No other state 
offers more promise for action-minded, well-trained young 
people. Reddy Kilowatt suggests that you make a study of 
the growing opportunities in the Sunshine State and find 
out why so many Florida grads find Florida ideal for a life- 
time of profitable "home-work". 




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