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T . " . m » v w ;m if w . t)f £ ■ 2ir p t P ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY ANDERSON GOLL .is v ;; £S :JR Picture Yourself Have you ever been caught in one of your moods? Has the camera ever captured the real " you " ? Have you ever wanted to be Wonder Woman? . . . Superman? ... THE Hero? Through the world of camera lens, the image you project is captured. By photography, we may somehow capture the secret dream you hold or the real side of your personality that ' s rarely shown. Through the special world of the camera lens, we may capture your own personal world. Therefore, through the eyes of a camera, we may look through two worlds to achieve " you " . We ' ve tried to capture " you " . So, look through this book and look at the pictures and Picture Yourself . . . Editor: Kindra Butterfield Associate Editor: Debbie Derrick Advisor: Mrs. Mary Shooter COLUMNS 1980 Index Student Life Organizations Sports Administration Classes 6 34 62 84 124 Anderson College, Anderson, South Carolina 29621 Being the person you are . . . be- ing the person you would like to be . . . sharing a quiet moment . . . en- joying friendships and making new acquaintances . . . 1st Row: Billy Howard 2 — " Foxes Unlimited " 2nd Row: John Farr 2 — Terry Headden 3 — Rex Bagwell . . . laughing at a joke . . . making istjtow: Mike Buzhardt a funny face . . . hiding yourself ... n6 Ro e w . ,. s got Leggs .. standing on your head . . . and look- 2 — " Don ' t you dare ing good ... 3 — Tommy Reeves . . . smiling for the camera . . . run- ning for an office . . . striving on the field as well as off the field . . . doing your own thing . . . being creative 1st Row: Olga Watts 2 — Mark Dake 2nd Row: Benny Robinson 2 — " The Coneheads " 3 — Nancy Gates Jl 1 b %k i having your sophomore picture 1st Row: Margaret Minter 2 — Sherrie Gosch 2nd Row: Doug Nail made in shorts . . . enjoying the out- doors . . . anxiously waiting for cheer- I ' landra ButteSeld leading tryouts . . . dreaming and pic- 3 _ Gina Cnappeiear turing yourself. ? 4 wx ft 1 r % 1 — " Disco " 2 — Denmark II 3 — Herman Ray 4 — Joe Cooler 5 — " Tnere ' s nothing like winning " 6 — Linda Nance 7 — Ray Frazier 8 — Alan Steen 9 — Steve Furtick 10 — Bobbie Lou Craft • • • Many Try, But None Succeed. You Just " Gotcha Day " which was held on September 19, 1979, captured many moods of our fellow college students. There were all kinds of people who allowed our camera to " get them " as they passed by our outdoor studio. 1st Row: Becky Baum 2 — Patti Rushton 3 _ Top Row: Clay Ouzt and Blake Kelly Middle Row: Mike Mitchell, Ben Jenkinson, and Ricky Scott Bottom Row: Gary McMullan, Ronnie Crowe, Joe McAlister, John Farr, and Carl Pitts 4 5 — Top: Allen Steen Top Row: Clay Ouzt and Blake Kelly Middle Row: Mike Mitchell, Ben Jenkinson, and Ricky Scott Bottom Row: Ronnie Crowe, Joe McAlister, John Farr, and Carl Pitts Background: Gary McMullan and Herman Ray 2nd Row: Winfred King and Angie Pruitt 2 — Teresa Weathers 3 — Mike Lipscomb and Steve Garrett 4 — Nancy Beth Swygert 5 — Charlotte Hamilton and Gerald Ham 3rd Row: Mike Green 2 — Debbie Cothran 3 — Ricky Scott 4 — Tanya Holden Can ' t Copy A True Original They ' ve Changed Their Act Social events . . . meeting new students . . . dressing up . . . every- one looks forward to parties . . . staff memPers take part . . . other students welcome newcomers . . . dates to dances . . . Anderson Col- lege. 1 — The social event of the season President ' s Reception for students. The 2 _ There ' s nothing like a banjo to put you in a " mellow " mood on a Saturday night. 3 _ " Look at us closely. We don ' t dress up very often, but this is an exception. " 4 _ Johnny Springs seems to think that the chicken is " Finger-licking good! " 5 — Dr. Rust welcomes Tanya McCombs to A.C. Got To Start Somewhere Getting acquainted ... a new routine . . . meeting new people . . . being scared . . . nervousness . . . confusion . . . not knowing what to do . . . getting involved . . . moving in . . . starting a new way of life . . . being on your own . . . Anderson College. 1 — Romona Burdette receives instructions from Carol Willis during registration at summer orientation for freshmen. 2 — Freshmen enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the campus front lawn. 3 — Mark Ackerman, Cindy Ferguson, and Coach Boykin relax after a hectic picnic. 4 — This student seems to be asking herserf. " What ' s going on over there? " 11 Hard Work Pays Off The guys from first floor Lawton proudly show off the Dean ' s Cup. Shown here are: Jody White. Bob Pigg. Mark White, Milton Ozmint, Bruce Coker, Mark Burdette. Robin Kelly, and Greg Sodie. The girls from third floor Whyte worked to- gether and earned the Dean ' s Cup Award. Shown here are: Gwen Johnson, Cecily Glea- ton, Renee Harris, Elizabeth Brown, Sharon Metts, Sherrie Perry, Rhonda Drummond, An- gie Poore, Sherrie Gosh, Debra Stone, Wendy Burden, Susan Durham, Lisa Hancock, Judy Mayben, Beverly Crowe, Kathy Matthews, Betsy Ball, Katherine Armstrong, and Beth Craven. They were all treated with a dinner at The Landing on April 29 of last year. : % n The Dean ' s Cup Award is an award which gives the students the opportunity to compete with each other as a member of a hall unit. It is presented each semester to a women ' s and a men ' s unit. The Dean ' s Cup recipients for second semester were first floor Lawton and third floor Whyte. They were recog- nized during Honor ' s Day on April 25, 1979. It is awarded to the winners that have accumulated the most number of points based on a unit ' s group participation in areas of stu- dent activity. The points are given in varying amounts according to units who participated in activities such as painting hall, service projects in the community, and the many intra- murals. The Dean ' s Cup will remain with the winning units until another unit achieves more points the next year. 12 Westbrook Receives President ' s Award On May 13, 1979 at 3 p.m., 214 students graduated from Anderson College at the Boulevard Baptist Church. Landrum P. Leavell, president of the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, ad- dressed the students. President Rust wel- comed the students and guests and later presented diplomas. Cynthia Westbrook received the Presi- dent ' s Award for her leadership, citizenship, scholastic aptitude, and her Christian com- mitment. Left: President Rust awards Cindy Westbrook The Presi- dent ' s Award. Bottom Left: Tucker Burks, as marshal, leads the gradu- ation march. Right: Mr. VonHasseln carries Anderson ' s mace. Bottom Right: President Rust, Mr. Roberts, and Perry Carroll take thier part in graduation. 13 Students Excel In Honors ill ill in ■gl tgl F Left to right: Janet Smith, Anita West, Dr. Rust, Doug Stegall, Cindy Westbrook, Angie Poore, George Kanellos, Terry Tritt, Dawn Morton, Joy Roberts, Elaine Langley, Ginger Switzer, Pam Bryant, Vincent Brooks, Danile Abel, David Jones. These are the Denmark Society members. Students are also awarded with Denmark Society Awards during the graduation exercises. These are the ones that represent the highest An- derson College tradition in leader- ship, campus citizenship scholarship, and Christian Character. This award bears the name of a former presi- dent of Anderson College, Dr. Annie Dove Denmark. Honor graduates are those gradu- ates who have the highest aca- demic attainment. There are three levels of achievement based on an academic grade average with 4.0 representing an over all average of an A. Cum Laude — with Praise 3.50 to 3.74; Magna Cum Laude — with Great Praise 3.75 to 3.94; Summa Cum Laude — with Greatest Praise 3.95 to 4.0. Four students graduated with Summa Cum Laude: Deborah Boggs, Elizabeth A. Brown, Barbara Gray Teasley, and Joyce Elizabeth Wright. 14 A Time For Awards And Recognition iipftt Phi Theta Kappa is a national hon- orary fraternity. They planned a yearly national honors theme and are a service organization There is a 3.5. G.P.A. minimum for member- ship. Last year ' s activities included helping with the writing lab, visiting the nursing homes, and collecting food and clothing for the Haven of Rest. Last year ' s programs theme was " Creative Survivial For Modern Man. " Beta Pi Chapter voted in Dr. Al Meredith as an honorary member last year. Marshalls are a group of freshmen who have achieved the highest G.P.A. scores in their class. They also participate in the graduation exer- cises in the spring. Marshalls: 1st Row: Martha Boggs, Jean Holston, Jan Corn, Jo McCurry, Tammy McCoy, Sharon Fields, Peggy Kinard, Ruth Young, and Dianne Whitmire. 2nd Row: Fred Cooper, Bonnie Hill, Sharon Turner, Margaret Miller, Tucker Burks, Tammy Hicks, Deborah Jester, and Cathy Young. Ill 111 l|| ■■■ MS A m M M 1st Row: Lisa Dempsey, Angie Poore, Beverly Crowe, Debbie Murphy, President Rust, Connie Madison, Pam Lewis. Anita West, and Susan Martin. 2nd Row: Debbie Boggs. Pam Watkins, Barbara Teasly, Lynn Parker, John Behr, Pam Wade, Rhonda Holcomb. and Cathy Amick. 3rd Row: Joyce Wright, Terri Suit, Terry Tritt, Mary Watts, Debra Stone, Karen Miller, Elizabeth Brown, and Susan Peden. 4th Row: Bruce Cooper, Elaine Langley, Ginger Suitzer, Jim Sweatt, David Jones, and Wayne Hutchinson. 15 Alumni Day: A Day Of Recognition Alumni Day was held on May 12, 1979 at 1 1 a.m. in the Merritt Audito- rium. Group and individual recogni- tion was presented. The program in- cluded election of new officers, tri- butes and awards. Many awards were given: Alumni Service Bowl, it is presented to an alumnus for out- stnading and unselfish service to AC; Achievement Award, present- ed to an alumnus in recognition of significant achievement in a profes- sion or career; Annie Dove Denmark Award, presented to the person who served AC sacrificially in a man- ner which advanced the program and highest aims of AC; and the Faculty Award, presented to an AC professor for impressive service to AC. 1st Row: Dean Talmadge awards the Annie Dove Denmark Award to David S. Vandiver Jr. 2nd Row: Walter Dahlgren awards Mrs. Kath- erine Wolte the Alumni Achievement Award. 2 _ Sonja McGee and Tim Carr are awarded Athletes of the Year Award. 16 Fifteen Sophomores Selected For Who ' s Who Charles R. Bagwell was active as Resident Assistant, Trainer for Women ' s Basketball team, and senator in SGA. He planned to at- tend Southeastern Bible College in Lakeland, Florida and major in Religion. Robert T. Burks was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Circle K. He was a varsity tennis player and made Dean ' s List. He planned to attend Davidson College in North Carolina. Fifteen AC sophomores were selected January 23, 1980, for Who ' s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. Recipients were selected by the students, faculty and staff for the honor. Leadership, character, integrity, good academic standing, scholarship and being registered for their 60th hour in the spring semester were considered in choosing the recipients. They are: Charles R. Bagwell, Robert T. Burks, Jane E. Chellis, Elizabeth M. Craven, John W. Farr, Samuel F. Faulk, Sylvia June Floyd, Nancy R. Gates, Bonnie M. Hill, Dino M. Lancianese, Martha Boggs McAlister, Carl L. Pitts, Jr., Mamie Vaughan Shaw, Cathy Elaine Young, and Jane C. Zeigler. Jane E. Chellis was editor of the AC Echoes, Vice president of Gamma Beta Phi, member of Phi Theta Kappa and a sophomore senator. She planned to attend the University of South Carolina and major in journalism. 17 Elizabeth M. Craven was a Resident Assistant, member of Phi Theta Kappa, vice president of Omicron lota Kappa, made Dean ' s List, and was a participant in the Miss AC contest. She planned to attend the College of Charleston and major in business. John W. faff was a Resident Assistant, Chairman of the traffic com- mittee, a Circle K committee chairman and a Sunshine friend work- er. He planned to attend Clemson University and major in business. Samuel F. Faulk was a Resident Assistant, served on the Disciplinary Committee. He planned to attend Clemson University and major in political science. 18 Sylvia June Floyd was a member of the Women ' s Agape group, president of Campus Ministries and leader of the Journey Team. She planned to attend Clemson University and major in recreation. Nancy ?. Gates was chairman of Bible study for Campus Ministries, member of Women ' s Agape. Baptist Young Women. Journey Team and Resident Assistant. She planned to attend two semester mis- sions for the home Mission Board. Bonnie M. Hill was chairman of Outreach Campus Ministries and a member of Phi Theta Kappa. She planned to attend Furman Univer- sity and major in business administration. 19 ' Dino M. Lancianese was a member of the Social Board, Student Development Committee and president of the Student Govern- ment Association. He planned to attend Clemson University and major in administrative management. Martha Boggs McAlister was chairman of the Journey Teams and was on the Dean ' s List. She planned to work in the field of Chris- tian education and elementary education. Carl L Pitts, Jr. was Resident Assistant and intramural referee. He planned to attend the Citadel and major in pre-denistry. 20 t$H Mamie Vaughan Shaw was president of Pratt dorm and member of the Women ' s Council. She planned to attend Converse College and major in drama and speech. Cathy Elaine Young was president of Phi Theta Kappa, Sunshine Friends Coordinator, Academic Advisory Committee and was on the Dean ' s List. She planned to further her education later. Jane Claire Zeiglerwas secretary for the Student Government Asso- ciation and was a Resident Assistant. She planned to attend Clem- son University and major in business administration. 1 21 Founding Of AC Observed Feb. 14 Dr. Annie Dove Denmark, fifth president of Anderson College, be- gan the tradition of celebrating Founder ' s Day in 1929. The first Founder ' s Day celebration was held in conjunction with her formal inau- guration on February 14, 1929. Through the years, Founder ' s Day has become a time when alumni, friends, faculty and students of the college pause to remember the dedication and devoted service of the founders and friends of Ander- son College. Guest speakers on Founder ' s Day were J.E. Rouse, president Emeritus; Flynn Harrell, Assistant to the Execu- tive Secretary-Treasurer of the South Carolina Baptist Convention and Charles W. Shacklette, Chair- man of the Board of Trustees. Upper Left: Invocation given by Dr. J.E. Rouse. Right: Mrs. Eunice B. Branyob, Anderson Col- lege trustee and Sororian, signs the register at the Sororian Coffe. Center: Dr. Ray P. Rust, Anderson College president. Dr. Flynn T. Har- rell, and Dr. J.E. Rouse. Lower Left: Feature address by Dr. Flynn T. Harrell. Right: Dr. Perry Carroll conducts the InterAction Singers. Homecoming Sparks Victory On February 9, 1980, Nancy Gates was crowned Miss Home- coming Queen. Selected from the court were First Runner Up, Ronnie Hill and Second Runner Up, Jane Zeigler. These girls were selected by the student body. The days activities included an open house and a victorious game over Spartanburg Methodist Col- lege. A Valentine-Homecoming dance was also held the previous night with the Catalinas. 1st Row: Waiting for that final word are the contestants and their escorts — Donna Wilder, Debra Shreckengast, Mary McNeill, Allison Hill, Lisa Flemming and Gina Chappe- lear. 2nd Row: Jane Zeigler, Second Runner Up. 2 — Beverly Thompson, who was last years queen, crowns Nancy Gates. 3 — Bon- nie Hill, First Runner Up. r If My Friends Carlo Beasley, a freshman spon- sored by the commuters, became the 1979-80 Miss Anderson College on November 9. Carla is from Anderson and is ma- joring in business administration. Voted by the contestants was Miss Congeniality Diane Brookshire. First runner-up was Lisa Smith who was representing the freshmen class. Miss Freshman was Debra Shreckengast who was represent- ing Lawton Hall and the Modular housing. First runner-up for the Sophomore class was Bonnie Hill who was repre- senting North Rouse Hall and King- Isey Court. Miss Sophomore was Su- san Poole who was representing South Rouse Hall. Mistress of Ceremonies was Lynn Boles who is Miss Columbia and was first runner-up in the 1977-78 Miss South Carolina Pageant. Entertainment was provided by Lynn Boles, the AC Band, Cynthia Wright, Lisa Flemming, Ann Gillespie and the Black Awareness Choir. " ' ' £H ' 3 Lisa Smith. First Runner Up; Debra Shreckengast. Miss Freshmen; Carla Beasley. Miss AC; Susan Poole, Miss Sophomore; Bonnie Hill, First Runner Up; Dianne Brookshire Miss Congenial- H ity. F . , r x IFfflR ' Hfcrf ' •••-% ' i L a1 Could See Me Now! vyvp Page 24: 2nd Row: Lisa Smith First Runner Up and Miss Freshman. Debra Shreckengast. 2 — Carla Beasley is presented roses by President Rust and crowned by former Miss AC Julie Jackson. Page 25: 1st Row: Susan Poole, Miss Sophomore and Bonnie Hill First Runner Up. 2 — Lynn Roles. 1977-78 First Runner Up in the Miss South Carolina contest, has a few moments with the girls backstage. 2nd Row: Some last minute touches 2 — Lisa Flemming provides a tap dance while the judges make their decision. 25 , ■ Freshmen contestants — 1st Row: Carta Beasley, Lisa Smith. Mary McNeill. Valarie Weir and Ann Wilson. 2nd Row: Beth Williams, Debra Shrechengast, Susan Tisdale, Allison Hill and Donna Wilder. 1st Row: Lisa Smith. 2nd Row: ' It ' s hard to look relaxed in front of a judge. 2 — Gina Chappelear and Susan Durham listen carefully to the judge. 1 26 Sophomore contestants — 1st Row: Gina Chappelear. Gwen Johnson, Dana Shaw. Bonnie Hill and Bobbie Lou Craft. 2nd Row: Nancy Gates, Susan Durham, Susan Poole. Beth Craven, Dianne Brookshire and Sharon Fields. 1st Row: Bobbie Lou Craft shows a big smile as she walks down the isle. 2 — Contestants enjoy refreshments during their interviews. 2nd Row: Gwen Johnson meets Mrs. Barbara Craft, one of the judges. 4 27 Talent And Dedication One ward characterizes the Fine Arts Divi- sion of Anderson College — dedicated! For these numerous talented students there ' s never an inactive moment. Each student is eager to learn and ex- pound his ability in presenting dramas, art shows, choral and instrumental programs. A college with as much talent as Ander- son must have a great number of devoted teachers striving to guide each student in bettering his talent and himself. n ! -MA » 1st Row: Many of our students participate in the sym- phony composed of community musicians also. 2nd Row: Melanie Kennedy displays her skills in creative painting. 2 — The brass section at practice. 3rd Row: Hard concentration is shown in this artist ' s form. 28 ■ I ,.:; The Pageant Wagon Players The Pageant Wagon Players are the the- atre group at Anderson College. The Pageant Wagon Players provide cul- ture and theatrical excitement to the stu- dents and the community. Theatre students learned by doing. Experience was the best teacher! Under the direction of Jack Bilbo, the or- ganization consisted of Rodger Knight president; Vaughan Shaw, vice president Cindy Ferguson, house manager; Sharon Rice, assistant director; Margaret Crump art director; Tommy Jackson, Scene design and technical director; Susan Mills, Choero- grapher; Debra Bailey, make-up; Kim Cham- pion, costumes and Benny Jackson, music who worked hard behind the scenes. 1st Row: Randy Hadaway. Clay Outzs and F.M Elliott star in " Dracula. " 2nd Row. Dracula ' s next victim 2 — Rodger Knight and Kim Champion. 3rd Row The cast — 2st Row: Vaughan Shaw, John Outzs. Kim Champi- on. David McElhannon and John Willis. 2nd Row Randy Hadaway, Rodger Knight, Scott McCollum and F M Elliot. Christian Emphasis Week " Jesus: Delightful and Disturbing " was the theme for Christian Emphasis Week. Guest speakers for the week were Jon Appleton, minister of the First Baptist Church in Athens, Georgia and Cynthia Clawson from Nash- ville, Tennessee. Activities during the week included morn- ing and evening worship services, special discussion groups, dorm visitation, prayer meetings and breakfasts, Jon and Cynthia also led Celebration on Wednesday and Thursday night. It was an exciting week with many spiritual outlooks broadened. 1st Row: Sherrie Hawkins and Cathy Young take part in a special performance by Campus Ministries. 2nd Row: Jon Appleton leads in a silent prayer 2 — Cynthia Clawson sings one of her songs during chapel. Festivities Open Christmas Observance Wreaths and garlands of greenery decked the building on campus for the ob- servance of Christmas First Night at Ander- son College. The evening started with a presentation of the opera " Amahl and the Night Visitors " . Bill Bridges, of the music faculty, was music director and Jack Bilbo, chairman of the Drama department, was stage director. Cast members included AC students and members of the community. The AC Handbell Chori performed Christ- mas music in the Merritt Parlor before the opera. The Yule Log was lighted by Dr. Ray P. Rust. This is an AC tradition which signifies the beginning of the Christmas season. Refreshments were served in the Merritt Parlor by members of the Women ' s Council. Open House in the dormitories allowed visitors to view the original decorations. Top Left: A small portion of last year ' s Yule Long, sym- bolizing Christ, the light that never dies, was presented to Dr. Rust by Dino Lancianese, president of SGA. Right: One of the hall decorations. Center: Dr. Rust lights the Yule Log. Lower Left: Gwen Johnson and guest enjoy refreshments. Right: Jazz Band provided music. 32 1st Row: President Rust and his wite pose be- side the fireplace at Christmas First Night. 2 — 2nd floor Whyte Hall are winners for their snow scene. 2nd Row: " The mistletoe ' s hanging high. " 2 — David Satterfield. Kim Veronce, James Rodgers. and Frank Hampton. 33 ¥i vm 1 — Rebecca Richardson 2 — Phil Ansel 3 — Vaughan Shaw 4 — Donna Wilder 5 — " I hope I don ' t swallow this stuff! " 6 — Dianne Dooley Benny Robinson 7 — Campus Ministries fellowship 8 — Mr. Kelley 9 — " Wait till he opens that package. ' 10 — Dr. Brena Walker - V- w . ORGANIZATIONS r r Student Government Association Executive Branch — Standing: Dino Lancianese. President; Lee Baughman. Vice President. Sitting: Jane Zeigler, Secretary. Students working hard, and being concerned about their fellow stu- dent body is what SGA is all about. Looking back on past individuals partici pating in SGA, and seeing how their hard work benefitted the whole school, presents a special outlook for those now on the Stu- dent Government Association. Trying to show forth a new and fulfilling experience for those on and off campus can be a serious move- ment for SGA. Accomplishments are made throughout the year by those on the committee who are interest- ed in and concerned for their fellow classmates, and who try to make life on campus more meaningful as well as enjoyable. Elections held by the SGA and for the SGA is what the Election Com- mittee is all about. The committee is also in charge of the elections for the Homecoming Queen. Judicial Branch — Kathy Nichols, Assistant At- torney General; Mike Mitchell, Attorney Gen- eral. Elections Committee — 1st Row: Jane Zeigler, Kathy Nichols, Kim Clark Marilyn Kel- ley. 2nd Row: Barry Barnes, Jim Reagan, Tami Daniels, Claudia Collier 8; Rex Bagwell. 36 Senators Sophomore Senators — 1st Row: Mary Beth Power, Susan Mills. Marlee Carey and Kathy Nichols. 2nd Row: Jim Reagan, David Merritt, Rex Bagwell, Dana Shaw and Jane Chellis. " Student involvement through student expression " was the theme of the student government for 1979-80. The senators helped carry out this goal. The eight freshmen and eight sophomores passed legislation, laws, bills, and acted on the stu- dents ' needs. The government felt that if the students expressed themselves in some way, they would be involved in activities. The major accomplish- ment of the student government and senators was the opening of the men ' s parlors on North, South, and 1st floor Lawton during the reg- ular visiting hours. The senators worked hard to fulfill the needs of the students and to involve them in some aspect of school so that school would be nore enjoyable. Freshmen Senators — 1st Row: Lisa Smith. Lynn Baughman. and Kelly Pruitt. 2nd Row: Debra Schreckengast, Barry Barnes and Nelson Ohl. 37 Social Board 1st Row: Steve Abercombie, Susan Kelley, Pam Richardson, Dana Shaw, and Jackie Watkins. 2nd Row: Cynthia Wright, John Smith, Wilton Miller, Sandra Hook, Susan Durham and Mary Pennington. 3rd Row: Steven Brock, Manuel Bridges, Anne Gillespie, Dianne Brookshire, Linda Nance, Dennis Chapman, and Vannie Williams. Social activities, planning, fulfilling experiences, and special attention from a student ' s outlook on school involvement were just some of the reasons why we had a Social Board. Involvement from students really depended on the opportunities pro- vided for them such as movies, plays, concerts, and dances. Social life was very important and that was what the Social Board suc- ceeded in accomplishing. The com- mittee was sponsored by Susan Wright. Social Board Committee — 1st Row: Susan Wright, Advisor; Susan Durham, Publicity; 2nd Row: Cynthia Wright, Concert Dance; David Morris, Coffeehouse; Wilton Miller, Movies; Lin- da Wardlaw, Special Activities; and David McCarley, Concert Dance. 38 Student Government Association Traffic Board — 1st Row: Carole Harrison, John Farr, Chairperson; and Sharon Neely. 2nd Row: Tim Holland. Mac Morris, George Wise, Andy Patrick and Bernard Wright. Food Service — 1st Row: Margie Mattox and Cindy Burriss. 2nd Row: Phyllis Henderson and Glenn Head. 3rd Row: Mrs. Shooter, Connie Branch and Mr. B.J. Taylor, Chairman. The Traffic Court is made up of commuter, resident, male and female students. They met every other week to decide on validat- ing tickets. The Traffic Court tried to maintain traffic and order around the college during school hours. The chairperson is chosen from the committee from the previous year. Have any complaints on the food? By telling a Food Service member — action could be tak- en. They met to discuss programs on nutrition and made a sugges- tion box for the students to voice complaints. For three days they had an ARA representative come and discuss the program. Commuters had a voice in the student government by being a member on the Commuter Com- mittee. Six representatives from each class were chosen along with one Chairperson. They planned a cookout at the lake with the money set aside for commuters. They also painted the study room as their yearly project. Commuter Committee — 1st Row: Carlo Beasley, Bernard Wright and Beth Byers. 2nd Row: Pam Lee, Peggy Kinard, Chai r- person: Andy Patrick, Jo Rodgers and Gin- ger Hall. 39 Self-government encouraged The Women ' s Council met every other week with Mary H. Shooter, sponsor, discussing ideas and plans to encourage student involvement. Major goals were to proviae oppor- tunities for interaction and a means of self government within each hall. They represented their fellow stu- dents ' concern and helped to make living in the residence halls a happy learning experience. The Women ' s Council sponsored the Anderson College Pageant and Open House held in the dormitories on Christmas First Night. The Men ' s Council was reorga- nized the first semester by Hugh Weeks, sponsor. They polled the stu- dents to determine the student needs, and their ideas for programs. They worked hard to represent the students and get them involved in social and educational programs set up at Anderson College. Top left: Vaughan Shaw, President Pratt; Mary Shooter, advisor; Cathy Nichols, Presi- dent Denmark. Middle left: Women ' s Council — back row — Becky Thompson, Kindra Butterfield, Marilyn Kelly, Robin Nuckolls, Mary Beth Powers, Mary Shooter, standing. Second row: Lynn Baugh- man. Cindy White, Vicky McClain, Vaughan Shaw, Dana Shaw. Bottom left: Men ' s Council — back row — Greg Watson, Barry Cooper, Ricky Scott, Dino Lancianese. Front row: Bruce Moore, Marcus Orr, President. David Morris, Allen Steen, Hugh Weeks, sponsor. Members not pictured: Susan Durham, presi- dent Whyte, Karen Parker, Helen Findley, Sally Jones, Ann Gillespie, Carol Ann Harris, Debra Bailey, Leah Clinkscales, Cindy Benton. , . » ' " 0 40 Student Government Association 1st Row: Pam Richardson, Karen Henderson and Melanie Kennedy. 2nd Row: Dana Shaw. Rhonda Drummond, Steven Brock. Pam Lee and Sandra Weathers. Each class elected two representatives to lead them and their opinions in the right direction. Sophomore Dino Lancianese and freshman Dino White were both our class presidents, striving to accomplish each stu- dent ' s wants and needs. Appointed students and faculty members were what the Student Development Com- mittee was all about. They reviewed over the Senate recommendations and advised the SGA president on what they felt was beneficial. Left: Deno White, as freshmen president, presents the Follies award to Thomas O ' Quinn. representing South Rouse Basement. Gamma Beta Phi The Gamma Beta Phi Society met monthly and represented students who were in the top 20% of their class. This society is open to students who meet the requirements after twelve semester hours of college. The Gamma Beta Phi encourages scholastic effort and rewards aca- demic merit. It stands for and pro- motes worthy character and high ideals, and supports education through its service projects. The so- ciety also performs other worthwhile service projects and develops the members ' potential for leadership. 1st Row: Sherrie Smith, Susan Durham, and Sandra Weathers 2nd Row: Marilyn Kelly, Gwen -Johnson, and Jane Chellis 3rd Row: Helen Findley, Sharon Turner, and Carol Gil- strap 4th Row: Caron Clark, Margaret Ann Miller, and Tracy Waldrop 5th Row: Tammy Hopf, Frankie Dosher, and Rodger Stuart Top: Ricky Bell. Gamma Beta Phi Officers — 1st Row: Marilyn Kelly, President; Susan Durham, Public Relations; 2nd Row: Margaret Ann Miller, Secretary; Carol Gilstrap, Treasurer; 3rd Row: Ricky Bell, Parliamentarian; John Boyte, Advisor; and Jane Chellis, Vice President. Left: Gamma Beta Phi sponsers a blood mobile. 42 Omicron Iota Kappa 1st Row: Kim Johnson, Kye Yang. Lynn Baughman, Kim Champion and Karen Jackson. 2nd Row: Debra Shreckengast, Ann Wilson. Donna Wilder. Dawn Martin, and Pam Bowick. 3rd Row: Cindy Martin. Kim Bomar. Dawn Smith. Susan Kelly, Dana Shaw, and Kathy Howard. 4th Row: Darlene Gardner, Rhonda Rhodes, Tracy Waldrop, Karen Barnett. Sherrie Simpson, Bobby Jo Vickers, Shelia Epps, and Kindra Butterfield. 5th Row: Elaine Beasley, Gail Murphy, Phyllis Henderson. Nadene Nance. Belinda Isom. Mrs. Mary Martin. Advisor; and Ginger Hall. Omicron lota Kappa is a large group of young women who are majoring in the field of fashion or home economics. They partici- pated in a fashion show in the fall modeling all areas of clothing — from sportswear to evening wear. The annual Fashion Fair in the spring was also sponsored by many of our fashion club mem- bers. Mrs. Mary Martin served as the advisor. Left: Pam Bowick, President; Kim Champion. Social Chairman, and Mrs. Mary Martin, Advisor. Right: Beth Mc- Donald. Secretary; Carl Pitts. Beth Cra- ven, Vice President. Kathy Howard and Lynn Butler. 43 J Ivy Leaves Encourages Expression 1st Row: Dawn McKenzie, Beth Byers, Dana Shaw. Teresa Matson; 2nd Row: Mr. Doug Davison. Dorothy Hagood. Karen Henderson. Helen McGee, Joyce Carwile, Cindy Benton. Ivy Leaves is a literary magazine at Anderson College which is com- posed of poems, essays, and themes. Anyone can submit items to the Ivy Leaves; then the selection committee chooses which ones will go in the magazine. The literary magazine comes out each spring. The advisor is Doug Davison, English teacher at AC and the co-editors are Beth Byers and John Owens. John Owens and Beth Byers; 2nd picture: Dr. Sam McCarter and Mrs. Susan Wooten. Art Guild was organized to serve and encourage creative endeavors of young artists. They sponsored ex- hibits and shows on the AC campus. Dr. S.C. McCarter and Susan Woo- ten are advisors for the Art Guild. Dr. McCarter expresses his interpreta- tion of the club as a group of profes- sional artists. Art Guild — 1st Row: Vonda Smith, Tracy Morgan, Toni Bradberry, Cindy Benton; 2nd Row: Margaret Crump, Brenda Mills, Pam Lee, Sandra Weather, Tracy Waldrop, Gwen Johnson. Debbie Broome, Mrs. Susan Wooten; 3rd Row: Susan Ware, Donna Richardson. Manuel Bridges. Rob Talbert, Fred Jabber. Marcus Orr, Clay Outz, John Tutor, Don Den- nis. Art Guild 44 Circle K — Service To Community Front Row: Joe Cooler, Darlene Gardner, Teresa Gabbard, Lynn Baughman, Sybil Gosnell. Kye Wang, Susan Mills, Nancy Taylor, and B.J. Taylor; Back Row: Nancy Elliot, John Miller, President; Lori Williams, Melanie Shirley, Tucker Burks, Bill Howard, Susan Welborn, Robert Jacky, and Pete Bowman, Chairman of Circle K. Black Awareness Club Sponsored by the Kiwanis Interna- tional, the Circle K of AC is a service organization open to both male and female students. The purpose of the club is to help others by pro- viding service for the community as well as the college. Some service projects include weiner roasts for a local Children ' s Home, providing Christmas gifts for patients at the State Hospital, visit- ing the residents at the nursing homes, sponsoring a clean-up cam- paign on public roads and partici- pating in various activities of the Kiwanis International. Meetings are held twice a month and a dinner meal is held once a month. Circle K officers: B.J. Taylor, Lori Williams, Rob- ert Jacques, Susan Mills, Bill Howard, and Nan- cy Elliot. The Black Awareness Club was made up of young, black men and women. They studies their heritage and made the Anderson College community aware of their heritage. They sponsored a car wash, and a bake sale this past year. Black Awareness Club — 1st Row: Sandra Grant. Sandra Hook. Annette Holmes. Lillie El- lis; 2nd Row: John Johnson, Dian LanHam. Lor- raine Hopkins, Peter Fair. Gracy Knox and Cynthia Wright. 45 Pep Club Boosts AC Students Pep Club — 1st Row: Joe Cooler, Clairce Brooks. Marilyn Lee. Annette Holmes. Peter Fair; 2nd Row: Sandra Hook, Ramona Burdette, Sheila Steele, Wilma Lawton, Robin Brown, Sadie Sellers, Debra Bailey, Kelly Pruitt, Nadene Nance, Sonya Baker, Zelma Valentine, Melinda Patterson, Lorraine Hopkins, Dennis Chapman, 3rd Row: Jill Lawrimore, Jenny Saffold, Pam Bayne, Mary Craven, Leslie Johnson. Sybil Gosnell, Susan Mills, Rhonda Drummond, Lynn Phillips, Pam Richardson, Mauel Bridges. Diane Lanham. The Trojan Pep Club supported the AC team enthusiastically. They held pep rallies and encouraged support of athletic events. Composed of excited, spirit-filled students, the club aided the cheer- leaders and kept spirits high. They sat together in the gymnasi- um and cheered the players on. Pep Club Officers — 1st Row: Kelly Pruitt, Les- lie Johnson, Shelia Steele, Saddie Sellers, Mari- lyn Lee; 2nd Row: Jenny Saffold, Nadene Nance, Pam Richardson. 46 Travel Club O A © O « ' 1st Row: Robin Brown, Joe Cooler, Debra Bailey, Nadene Nance and Peter Fair. 2nd Row: Dennis Chapman, Butch Johnson, Shannon Neely, Manuel Bridges, David Morris, Marilyn Lee and Robert Hoffman. Jogging Club 1st Row: Lynn Baughman, Hala Girgis, Susan Smith, and Anita Gibson. 2nd Row: Coach Southerland, Advisor; Manuel Bridges, Lesile Goulet, Jean Thomason and Dr. McCarter, Advisor. Bottom picture: Dr. McCarter, Manuel Bridges and Hala Girgis run for fun. Does jogging sound like fun? No, well, the jogging club will argue that it ' s great fun and good exercise. The club meets two or three times a week on a regular basis. Each mem- ber runs his own distance — be it 2 or 10 miles. The club ' s main purpose is to give fellow joggers running company. Love to travel? Love adventure? Then the Travel Club was for you. Members of the Travel Club planned a trip to New York and enjoyed travelling locally and distant for re- creational and educational exper- iences. They raised money for many of these trips and are under the di- rection of Mrs. Sarah Greer, Advisor. Choir 1st Row: Allison Hill, Darlene Gardner, Jo Rodgers, Dawn McKenzie, Carol Inabinet, Anita Hodges, Steven Brock, Norman Ferrell, Steve Wiley, Brian Thomas, Belinda Isom, Medina McCoy, Mary Pennington, and Mrs. Anita Bridges, Director. 2nd Row: Leah Clinkscales, Lisa Howell, Kelly Pruitt, Hugh Gourley, Don Dennis, John Smith, David Satterwhite, Becky Thompson, Robin Henry, Sharon Ashley, Mary Nell Lineburger. 3rd Row: Tavia Teague, Debbie Coleman, Jane Ussery, Wilton Miller, David Morris, Jeff Whiten, Shephanie Pearce, Lesa Wilson, Britta Tillison, Betty Vaughan, Kathie Matheson. 4th Row: Phil Ansel, Chuck Cape, Rick Duncan, Mike Hughes, Jenny Johnson, Karen Leighton, Renee Mack, Cathy Lynn. Singing, learning, and performing, were all important aspects of being a member of the choir. The choir was composed of a large number of students regardless of whether or not they were majoring in music. The choir toured during the later half of school and performed for special campus occasions. They also per- formed for sev eral church services during the year as well. Choir Officers — Left to clockwise: Jo Rod- gers, President; Steven Brock, Choir Man- ager, Jane Ussery, Vice President; and Jenny Johnson, Secretary. Inner-ACtion Singers 1st Row: Mike Hughes, Aland Mills, Lisa Howell, Robin Henry, Stephanie Pearce, Cathy Lynn, Kathie Mathis, and Perry Carroll, Director. 2nd Row: Brian Thomas, Steven Brock, Jeff Whiten, and Ricky Duncan. Composed of eleven singers, the Inner-ACtion group was a small vo- cal ensemble open to all students who are enrolled in the Choir. They studied and performed sacred, sec- ular, and popular music. The Inner- Action ensemble provided music for worship services and entertainment. Mr. Perry Carroll is the director of this fine group of singers. Left: The Inner-ACtion singers are performing before a basketball game. Jazz Band 1st Row: Chuck Cape and Perry Carroll, Director. 2nd Row: Britta Tillison, Carol Inabinet, Bruce Crocker, and Ben Thompson. 3rd Row: Ron Roundtree, Craig Warnick, Tim King, Greg Turpin and Ed Kohlmayer. Do you like jazz music and the va- riety from a band? The Jazz Band offered this and much more. Prac- ticing every week, the jazz band played a wide variety of jazz litera- ture covering several years. They played during chapel time, Christ- mas First Night, the Miss AC Pageant and other musical performances. Left: Jazz band is performing at the Miss AC Pageant for the background music. Right: Brass Ensemble — 1st Row: Greg Turpin and Mr. Perry Carroll. 2nd Row: Bruce Crocker, Ed Kohlmayer, and Craig Warnick. Campus Ministries Campus Ministries Officers — 1st Row: Jane Ussery, Martha Boggs, David McCarley. Slyvia Floyd. Helen Findley. and Tonia Newton. 2nd Row: Bonnie Hill, Tim Clark, Alan Paul, Nancy Gates. Sandy Kidd, Advisor; and Cathy Young. This year, Campus Ministries worked to provide fellowship and in- spiration for those of other denomi- national preference besides Bap- tists. Campus Ministries also served as an intergrating force, helping stu- dents to gain a total picture of themselves. Campus Ministries was there to reach out and help studervrs to find out what their talents were in var- ious relationships with God. One of the many Campus Minis- tries groups was the Journey Team Members. These members are stu- dents who go to churches to con- duct service or present a program. These teams are composed of ten to twelve young people who sing, give testimonies and preach. Journey Team — 1st Row: Pam Baynes, Earl Cockrell. and Karen Henderson. 2nd Row: Gaye Elder. Jimmy Holcomb, Melanie Rish, Sandra Weathers, Sylvia Floyd, and Sherrie Hawkins. Journey Team — 1st Row: Ann Alexander, Steve Whiley, Betty Vaughan, Alan Paul, and Nancy Gates. 2nd Row: Calvin Moore. Leah Clinkscales, and Delia Faye. Journey Team — 1st Row: Karen Parker. Tebby Todd, and Caron Clark. 2nd Row: Kim Clark. Martha Boggs. and Marilyn Kelly. 51 Celebration And Agape What is Celebration? It is a large co-ed Bible study that is held once a week. Outside speakers visit each Bible study at the campus and lead the group of students in worship- ping, singing, and having testimo- nies. Agape groups are small groups of men and women who meet weekly in dorm rooms. They have discussion, Bible study, scriptures, and application. Second Row: Sylvia Floyd, Calvin Moore. 2 — Chaplain Sandy Kidd, Nancy Gates. 3rd Row: Men ' s Agape — Joel Morris. Allen Paul. Earl Cockrell. 2 — students enjoyed program. Women ' s Agape — Standing: Melanie Rich, Lisa Smith. Rhonda McDaniel, Helen Findley. Cathy Young, Sylvia Floyd. Nita Hodges, Sherry Hawkins. Sitting: Karen Parker, Tavia lea- gue, Delia Fay, Jane Ussery, Helen McGee. 52 Campus Ministry Groups Sunshine Friends — 1st Row: Jane Ussery, Sherrie Hawkins, and Alan Paul. 2nd Row: Tavia Teague. John Farr. Wendy Roach, Cathy Young, and Karen Parker. Every Thursday afternoon, Ander- son College students donate their time and effort to the retarded citi- zens of Anderson. These are the Sunshine Friends. They are volun- teers from school who work with these people through games, Bible stories, and give them a time of fun and fellowship. A time of helping others and having a great time themselves is what Sunshine Friends are all about. Mission and Social Actions are a group of students involved in com- munity activities. They apply their principles of outreach to the less for- tunate. Mission and Social Action — 1st Row: Wendy Roach, Annette Holmes, and Sandra Hook. 2nd Row: Dorothy Hagood. David McCarley, Rhonda Drummond, Pam Richardson, and Earl Cockrell. 53 Break Through Breakthrough trips are open to all students and are extremely popu- lar. The Christian Wilderness Learning experience that is held two or three weekends each semester helps the students encounter other people, see and appreciate nature, and test their faith in God. Students grow emotionally, phys- ically, and spirtually through activi- ties such as Whitewater canoeing, backpacking, rappelling and climb- ing. 1st Row: Dr. Whitlow and Sandy Kidd 2nd Row: Lynn Baughman and George Wise 2 — Jennifer Burns and Lynn Baughman 3rd Row: Jennifer Burns. Lynn Baughman, Helen Findley. Caron Clark. Dino Lancianese and a guide. 2 — Carl Pitts. David McCarley and Beth Cra- ven 4th Row: Jennifer Burns and Mike Mitchell 2 — " This snow ' s deeper than I thought. " 3 — Mrs. Nancy Elliot. Sherrie Hawkins and Sylvia Floyd. 54 Athletes For Christ AC Christ — 1st Row: Mark Buff; 2nd Row: Lynn Davenport, Elise Bush; 3rd Row: Dorothy Hill, Shelia Ginn, Prissy Bunker; 4th Row: Beverley Stephenson, Donna Cannady, John Willis. Photography Club — 1st Row: Robin Brown, Marilyn Lee, Debra Bailey, Linda Joiner, Kye Wang, Sandra Weathers; 2nd Row: Stephanie Martin, Eddie Monts, and Phillip Bailey. Photography Club The 1979-80 year opened several new clubs at AC. One of these clubs was the photography club. Headed by three advisors, Mr. Hughey, Mr. Willis, and Mr. West, the club met each month. The group divided into three groups: advanced, intermediate, and beginners. These people learned how to take and process pictures. The club also went on trips together for the purpose of photog- raphy. Athletes for Christ worked hard. Meeting regularly twice a month, these students met and expressed their fellowship with Christ and how it affected them as athletes. One of the projects of Athletes for Christ was to bring foster children to AC and allow them to watch the games as guests. John Willis was ad- visor. 55 The Columns 1st Row: Kindra Butterfield. Editor; Merry Goins, Beth Byers Jackie Watkins. 2nd Row: Ben Parham. Mike Buzhardt. Wendy Wallace, Teresa Weathers, Darlene Greene, Debbie Derrick, Assistant Editor; Lynn Phillips, Tommy Elliot, Christi Bryant, Sandra Hook, Mrs. Shooter, Advisor. Taking pictures, drawing layouts, writing captions and copy, and sticking your foot into every activity is just part of the Columns staff. Be- fore each page is finished, someone has to take pictures, someone has to write a headline, someone has to write copy, someone has to draw a layout, and someone has to put it all together. Here are 192 pages of this work. Hard work, working overtime, do- ing research, and finding quick relief for a lot of headaches is the scene behind the smiling faces of the staff members. There are a lot of advan- tages to being on the yearbook staff. A member gets to know the college better, becomes more in- volved in every activity, and gets to attend the South Carolina Press As- sociation convention in Columbia and Myrtle Beach. As a member of the SCPA, the student becomes in- volved in all journalism aspects. The staff is not all work. There is some play, but the work outweighs. Total satisfaction comes from not being known as a Columns staff member, but from seeing the fin- ished book in April and knowing it is good and that as a staff member, you helped make it that way. Left: Mrs. Mary Shooter, Advisor. Right: Sitting — Kindra Butterfield, Editor Debbie Derrick, Assistant Editor. 56 1st Row: Merry Goins, Copy; Lynn Phillips, Layouts; Jackie Watkins, Typist. 2nd Row: Teresa Weathers, Layouts; Sandra Hook, Layouts. 57 Copy Writers — 1st Row: Christi Bryant 2 — Darlene Greene. Copy Editor; 2nd Row: Beth Byers. 2 — Wendy Wallace. 59 AC Echoes 1st Row: Sonya Baker, Claudia Collier. Beth Byers, Traci Moody, Kathy Matheson. and Lorraine Hopkins. 2nd Row: Mary Frances Zedick, Peter Fair. Darlene Greene, and Jane Chellis. Want to know the latest news? Take the most recent copy of the Echoes. The Echoes was made up of hard working and dedicated stu- dents. Interested in the field of jour- nalism, these students got involved in the " Pehind the scene " situations and told you about it. Their newspa- per contained valuable information and up-to-date stories around cam- pus. Its contents and appearance have brought awards through the years on the national, regional, and state level. Bottom Row: Beth Byers, Assistant Edi- tor; 2 — Dr. Brena Walker, Advisor, 3 — Jane Chellis, as Editor of the Echoes. i 1st Row: Sports Writer — Ricky Chastain. Car- roll Lewis. Mark Dake; Circulation — 2 — Lor- raine Hopkins. Sonya Baker. Nadene Nance; 2nd Row: Reporters — 1st row — Lorraine Hopkins. Traci Moody. Kathy Matheson; 2nd row — Peter Fair. Mary Frances Zedick. So- nya Baker: 3rd Row: Editors — Kevin Sightler. Business Manager; Darlene Greene. Feature Editor; Claudia Collier. News Editor. 61 1 — Two points for AC! 2 3 — Ray Frazier 4 — Terry Headen 5 — " I thought my arm was longer! " 6 — Johnny Springs 7 — " I hope she gets that basket! " 8 — Jumpball 9 — The AC Huddle 10 — Colie Crosby N S pQ s % " ■ Trojan Basketball The 1979-80 year for the Trojans was an exciting one. There were several changes in the team and their talents. The year ' s roster was composed almost entirely of freshmen with only one returning sophomore, but this team overall was quicker than last season. Several injuries early in the season gave the team a slow start. Coach Edwards commented, " It ' s a good group considering they ' re mostly freshmen — they have a sense of purpose. They are very ca- pable of carrying on the Trojan tra- dition. " m 1st Row: The Trojans gather for a team hud- dle during the final period of the game. 2nd Row: Warming up for a big game is fun when the music ' s playing. 2-A Black Gold game is played by our own players. 3rd Row: Winfred King aces a shot as Bryant Hunt looks on. 2 — Johnny Springs high for the ball as David Hen- derson guards. 64 I m ' i 1st Row: Dell Turner. Anthony Daniels, Carroll Lewis, Winfred King. David Henderson. and Matt Danuser. 2nd Row: Coach Edwards, Darryl Lewis. Ken Richardson. Mark Buff. Al Weston, Randy Conley, Bryant Hunt, Aaron Douglas and assistant coach, Dan Edwards. f) fn 1st Row: Al Weston 2 — Winfred King 3 — Bryant Hunt 4 — Dell Turner 5 — Anthony Daniels. 2nd Row: Aaron Douglas 2 — Randy Conley. 3rd Row: David Henderson 2 — Darryl Lewis. 4th Row: Matt Danuser 2 — Ken Rich- ardson 3 — Mark Buff 4 — Carroll Lewis 5 — Dan Edwards. i mi i 65 1st Row: Anthony Daniels goes for it. Center: Johnny Springs makes it! Right: Jumping high! 2nd Row: Darryl Lewis clunks it in. Center: Looks easy to David Henderson and Winfred King. Right: Mark Buff displays his dexterity. 66 •. i AT.r ' hfcj 1st Row: Bryant Hunt takes control of the ball. Center: Winfred King shows how it ' s done. Right: Matt Danuser warms up before the game. 2nd Row: Dell Turner lays one up against Columbia Junior College. Center: Darryl Lewis draws foul in game with Asheville — Buncombe Tech. Right: Winfred King jams through two points over helpless opponents. ' 67 1980 Trojanettes Talented Team ■ L7 1st Row: Wilma Lawton, Pat Edwards. Troye Matthews. Elise Bush and Shelia Ginn. 2nd Row: Dorothy Hill, manager, Denise Lloyd. Clarise Brooks. Romana Burdette. Donna Cannady. Sadie Sellers. Savonda Turner and Coach Frankie Porter. 2st Row: Wilma Lawton 2 — Sadie Sellers 3 — Savonda Turner 4 — Pat Edwards 5 — Troye Matthews. 2nd Row: Donna Cannady — 2 — Denise Lloyd. 3rd Row: Clarise Brooks 2 — Shelia Ginn 4th Row: Romana Burdette 2 — Frankie Porter. The AC Lady Trojans started the 1979-1980 season with one object in mind — a return to the national tournament after a two year ab- sence. With four sophomores return- ing from last year ' s 22-9 team, which finished ranked 2nd in Region X, coach Frankie Porter recruited one of the tallest line-ups of fresh- man to ever play at AC — three freshman over six feet. Early in the season, the Lady Tro- jans were tied for 1st place in the Region, but a win over Louisburg mid-way through the year put them in sole possession of national rank- ing. 68 1st Row: Sadie Sellers 2 — Donna Cannady and Savonda Turner are at the foul line. 2nd Row: " Let ' s show them we can do it! " 2 — Shelia Ginn looks for a team member. 69 5 Aiming For The Top The Trojanettes played best when competition was the toughest. The determination of the sophomores and the freshman talent made the season one of the most exciting ever. By February 1, 1980 AC Women ' s Basketball Team was ranked " 9 " in the nation!! ■H " V Left: Savonda Turner goes up for two against Louisburg. Right: Donna C anady reaches high in game against Dekalb. Lower Right: Sadie Sellers and Savonda Turner defend against Louisburg. 70 Left: Denise Lloyd jumps high for the net! Right: Clarice Brooks watches as Denise makes the shot! Bottom: Denise Lloyd plays with determination. 71 AC Classic The Classic featured four well-bal- anced teams with Anderson, North- Greenville, USC-Lancaster, and Asheville-Buncombe Tech. Ander- son College won both nights, taking an easy 120-84 decision over Ashe- ville-Buncombe Tech the first night and a 95-86 decision the second night. Anderson was paced the second night of the Classic by Ken Richard- son, who played a great defensive game, according to Coach Ed- wards. Aaron Douglas won a slam dunk contest held before the game, and he was also named AC ' S out- standing player in the Classic. Left: David Henderson is on guard as Aaron Douglas makes a jump shot. Center: Darryl Lewis wills that ball in as Al Weston lays it up for " 2 " . Right: David Henderson goes high for that jump shot. Lower right: Aaron Douglas adds to his point total against A-B Tech with a long shot from the outside. 72 Cheerleaders Symbolize Spirit Of AC There was much more to cheer- leading than yelling and performing before a group of fans. There was a lot of practice and hard work in- volved. They practiced about three times a week for at least an hour. The Anderson College cheer- leaders believed in their teams and some important goals to accom- plish. They had faith in their teams and encouraged them to do the best they could. 1st Row: Gina Chappelear, Captain; 2 — Lisa Fleeming 3 — Terry Headden. 2nd Row: Tina Newell 2 — Melanie Kennedy. 3rd Row: Jan- ine Jones. 4th Row: Mary McNeill 2 — Bessie Clay 3 — Tracy Waldrop. 1st Row: Tina Newell, Lisa Flemming. Melanie Kennedy. Terry Headden. Tracy Waldrop and Bessie Clay. 2nd Row: Gina Chappelear, Captain; Mary McNeill and Janine Jones. 73 Tough Competition Ahead Three sophomores returned from the Lady Trojans tennis team that went 7-2 last season. Bev Stephen- son, Prissy Bunker and Linda Roberts formed the nucleus of the Lady Tro- jans, and coach Frankie Porter re- cruited four talented freshmen to round out the roster — Lynn Daven- port, Pat Edwards, Susie Robbins and Julie Stiles. The Lady Trojans played an ex- panded schedule in 1980, including many four-year teams. Right — 1st Row: Lynn Davenport, Pat Ed- wards, Prissy Bunker and Julie Stiles. 2nd Row: Bev Stephenson, Susie Robbins, Linda Rob- erts, and Frankie Porter, Coach. 2nd Row: Lynn Davenport 2 — Julie Stiles 3 — Susie Robbins. Clemson Apr. 1 Young Harris 3 Mars Hill 7 Newberry College 9 Peace College 12 Open 14 Presbyterian College 15 USC-Lancaster 16 Coastal Carolina 18-19 Francis Marion Erskine Young Harris Presbyterian College Open Converse Tennis Day USC-Lancaster Newberry College Erskine College Region X Tournament at AC 1st Row: Pat Edwards. 2nd Row: Linda Roberts 2 — Bev Stephenson 3 — Prissy Bunker. 75 Nationals — The Ultimate Goal The 1980 Men ' s AC tennis team has accomplished a lot. During hard and steady practice, the team worked to be the best ever and to prepare for the toughest schedule in the Junior College Conference. The players, although rather young, felt they were capable of winning and qualifying for the Na- tionals. Coach Boykin felt that Ail- American considerations were a possibility among AC players. There was a very good feeling about the AC men ' s tennis. The team composed of college players will be successful at other major four-year schools. The team worked with the goal of the Nationals and of the possibility of being ranked in the top 10. Left: Coach Boykin Right: Peter Pristach 2 Todd Font. Sam Paul, Ray Frazier, Mark Ackerman, Todd Fant, Mark Dake, Tucker Burks, Ronnie Hoff- man, Colie Crosby, Peter Pristach and Jim Boykin, Coach. V Feb. 4 Clemson 19 College of Charleston 22-24 UNC-Classic Mar. 1 Spartanburg Methodist 4 Penn State 5 Presbyterian 6 N. Greenville 7 Brevard 8 Citadel 1 1 Purdue 12 College of Charleston 13 Coastal Carolina Round Robin Tourney 21 Young Harris 25 Brevard 26 Young Harris 28-29 Gainesville Tournament Apr. 2 Central Florida 3 N. Greenville 5 Lees McRae 10 A.C. Round Robin Tourney 1 1 Lees McRae 12 Citadel 14 Presbyterian 25-26 Region X Tournament May 27-June 1 National Tournament Ocala, Florida 1st Row: Colie Crosby 2 — Tucker Burks 3 — Mark Ackerman. 2nd Row: Ronnie Hoffman 2 — Sam Paul 3 — Mark Dake. 3rd Row: Ray Frazier. 77 Dean ' s Cup Award Winner of the Dean ' s Cup Award for the first semester of the 1979-80 year in the women ' s area was Unit 5 on second floor Denmark. Marilyn Kelly, Dean ' s Cup Representative, and Jane Zeigler, Resident Assistant, were enthusiastic about the results of their combined efforts. Bringing the students in making group deci- sions, and developing friendships as they worked together, fulfilled the purpose of the Award. To qualify for the Award, a unit must have at least 100 points, and they earned many more points through their involvement in com- munity service projects. Also, they held educational and social pro- grams in the dormitory and painted their hall. They got to know each other better and became more aware of the needs of others. Unit 3, South Rouse first floor, won the Award for the men ' s area. John Farr, Resident Assistant, led his unit in their many projects. The men showed great team spirit as they worked together to achieve the Dean ' s Cup Award. They painted the walls, took up the carpet, and cleaned the floor in the Student Center. They held educational and social programs in the dormitory, decorated their hall for Christmas First Night and were involved in sev- eral community service projects. Both units enjoyed a dinner at the Landing as part of the Award. 1st Row: Debbie Taylor, Marlee Cary, Marilyn Kelly, Jane Zeigler. Cathy Lynn. 2nd Row: Linda Joiner. Dayne Newell, Kim Clark, Mary Wistrom, Stephanie Martin. 3rd Row: Leesa Benson, Fran Duncan, Tammy Peeples, Becky Baum, Paula Hartsell. 4th Row: Michell Gar- rett, Grace Garrett, Patsy Durnford, Jenny Johnson and Bessie Clay. 1st Row: Duane Howard II, Sam Sparrow, Tommy Elliot, Wilton Miller. 2nd Row: Kirk Spencer, Billy Howard, John Farr, Kevin Sightler, Gary McMullan. Rick Howell, George Cremer, Jim Ruffin, Bazter Sowell, Scott Parker, Steve Brock. George Wise. 78 On The Ball S 5 79 Intramural Participation Outstanding m $ Billy Howard hits a homer while Ronnie Crowe, catcher, and Jerry Green, umpire, look on. Mark Bagwell, of the Dungeon Devils, pitches a strike for the win of his team. Baseball, hot dogs, apple pies, and AC! 81 BB iis; btiftf ■H s . fS Qui. Her face expresses effort put into that swing. Touchdown! The shirt speaks for itself. " I can ' t see — the sun ' s in my eyes. " Cliff Elkins sits to cool off while a fellow player looks for a lucky penny to help the team. 82 ■J3BJ " - Good view from this angle. Intramurals draw a big crowd Ben Jenkinson watches the game closely. " Hi. Moml " Jerry Green smiles at the camera. 83 A f m .- 3pt ' i5 : ' « , 1. — President Rust 2. — Ada Meeks 3. — Coach Boykin 4. — Martha Powell. John Wills, and Pat Stegall 5. — Mr. Jones. John Boyte. and Dhrur Rathod 6. — Mrs. Elliot 7. — Dean Talmadge 8. — Wednesday morning chapel 9. — Mr. Dahlgren 10. — Johnny Hodges n ADMINISTRATION % • • Dr. Rust — Problem Solver Dr. Rust emphasizes that we should " picture ourselves " as the fu- ture problem solvers for our genera- tion. Our success is determined by a set of values which provides a basis for our function as a problem solver for our generation ' s future. The edu- cational experience at Anderson College enables us to function in values. We at AC have a strong base and on this base we build our values. In addition to quality, AC confronts us with a set of values consistent with the teachings of Je- sus Christ. Dr. Rust also adds that the record number of our student body reflects the high level of confidence and quality at Anderson College. Dr. Ray P. Rust, President of Anderson College, is respected by each and every one of us at AC, but the same respect is given back to us from him. 1st Row: President Rust 2nd Row: Mrs. Mary Jones serves as President Rust ' s secretary 86 The Board Of Trustees The Board of Trustees are elected by the South Carolina Baptist Con- vention. The annual session is held in the month of November. The AC trustees are elected for a 5-year term. Most members of the Board of Trustees are from the upstate area. Other representatives for the board are from all parts of the state, out- side the Piedmont area. The board meets three times a year: October, January, and May. The board is or- ganized into five parts: the Execu- tive, Financial, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and the Develop- ment Committees. 1st Row: Two long-time AC trustees discuss the day ' s work during a break in the October board meeting. 2 — Dr. Rust greets one of AC ' S newer trustees. Rev. Steve Aaron of Kingstree. Rev. Aaron, a 1972 graduate of AC, was named to the board during the 1978 SC. Baptist Convention. 2nd Row: Rev. Shachlette. Chairman of the board, recog- niz es (from left to right) T. Ree McCoy. Ander- son, Rev. J. Kirk Lawton, Jr., Myrtle Beach, and Pat Baughman, Hilton Head. 87 Registrar ' s Office Is For Young Depending on the time of year, the registrar distributes sched- ules, records permanent grades, aids in advising transferring students, and evaluates transcripts. All of these tasks are left to the assistant academic dean and regis- tar, Dr. Richard Roberts. Dr. Roberts has been here since February 1971 He feels quite at home having been a graduate of AC. He considers the work very stim- ulating. " I feel that this work can make you young or old; I choose to be young. " Paul Talmadge has been Aca- demic Dean of Anderson College since 1969. His office is on the sec- ond floor of the Merritt Administra- tion Building. He enjoys working with college students and his office is open to them always. i First Row: Dean Talmadge, Dr. Roberts. Second Row: Ms. Linda Clark, Ms. M. Mitchum. 88 Business Administrator Holds Heavy Responsibility Mr. B.J. Taylor is Business Adminis- trator of Anderson College. His re- sponsibilities are related to budgets, purchasing, investments, non-aca- demic personnel procurement, em- ployee benefits, and long range fi- nancial planning. In addition, his re- sponsibilities involve directing the work of the Business Office, Book Store, Physical Plant, Food Oper- ations, and Switchboard. Helping him in accomplishing the complex business management requirements is Mr. Cecil Mitchum. As his helpful secretary, Mrs. Gerri Ifkovits made paper work easier. 1st Row: Mr. B.J. Taylor 2 — Mrs. Gerri Ifkovits 2nd Row: Mr. Cecil Mitchum 89 An Active Student Development Dean Richard Franklin manages the whole student program, along with housing, different activities, stu- dent government, security and in- tramurals. The social well being of each and every student is a very important factor of his job. Dean Franklin has many responsi- bilities and takes time to understand the problems of each individual and gives them a positive outlook for the future. Mrs. Carol Willis, Assistant Dean of Student Development, is in charge of many activities on campus. Some of her responsibilities are advising students, solving rooming problems with both men and wom- en, and putting forth her effort to help make life on campus for all stu- dents enjoyable and pleasant. Mrs. Willis is also in charge of the Anderson College pageant, identifi- cation pictures for students and as- sisting Dean Franklin 1st Row: Dean Franklin, 2nd Row: Mrs. Thorne. Secreta ry 2 — Mrs. Carol Willis 90 Resident Directors Love Work " You have to love your work to do it, " said Mrs. Mary Shooter. Room inspections, maintenance work orders, planning programs, taking care of discipline, and direct- ing the student assistants are just a few of the responsibilites of Resident Directors, Hugh Weeks and Mary Shooter. " I like working with young peo- ple, " said Mrs. Shooter, who is in charge of the women ' s resident halls. This feeling is exemplified by the men ' s resident director, Mr. Hugh Weeks, also. Mr. Weeks, in addition to his regular responsibilities as direc- tor, is in charge of traffic patrol. Mary Shooter. Women ' s Resident Director, fills out maintenance work order. Hugh Weeks takes a break from his many responsibilities as Director of Men ' s Resident Halls. Gayle Murphy is one of Mrs. Shooter ' s assis- tants. 91 The Fun Keeps Rolling On As Student Activities Director, Su- san Wright plans activities for the student body. She tries to have ac- tivities that provide spiritual and physical growth. These activities are carried out by SGA Social Board of which she is advisor. " The participation in the Intramur- als has really been superb this year, " said Coach Boykin. " The students are more involved, and along with basketball, volleyball, team-tennis, and soccer, they have more sports to choose from. " Intramurals give the students a chance to make new friends and just plain have a good time. 1st Row: Coach Boykin, Head of Intramurals 2nd Row: Susan Wright, Student Activities Di- rector: Phil Ansel performs in the Backroom 3rd Row: " Don ' t EAT the whistle. Bo! " RAs Find Their Job Demanding But Exciting Residence Advisors and resident assistants have a tun job as de- scribed by some. Their job is to en- courage students to get involved in activities, plan programs for the hall, listen to and help students with problems. Grace Melton, evening residence advisor, started her job last year. She says that she enjoys her work very much. " If someone wants to talk, I am here to listen. Even boys come and talk to me. i also give advice if needed. " Hugh Weeks and Mary Shooter are Directors of Residential Living. 1st Row: Robbi LeCroy, Dianne Brookshire, cy Gates, Beth Craven, Virginia Scott, Resi- Reagan, John Farr, Carl Pitts, Mike Mitchell, Tony Newton, Linda Baron, Mary Shooter, Di- dent Advisor, Grace Melton, Resident Advi- Butch Johnson, Rex Bagwell, Sitting — Doug- rector of Womens Residence Living, Mary sor, Jane Zeigler and Carol Willis, Assistant las Nail. 3rd Row: Mark Barrett, Bobby Bevill, Ruczko, Susan Wright, Resident Advisor, Nan- Dean of Student Development. 2nd Row: Jim and Terry Tritt are all Resident Advisors. 93 Encouragement And A Friendly -Smile Anderson College ' s Counseling Center is a great help to students and faculty. Dr. Robert Richardson and Dr. Jim Whitlow offered five types of counseling — personal, academic, and vocational counsel- ing, group sessions and special pro- grams, which were free to students. Helping students to develop and un- derstand by holding seminars on self-awareness, value clarification, decision-making, assertiveness training, communication skills and anxiety management were just a part of the counseling department ' s job. Curriculum and transfer plan- ning for students were other as- pects of the Counseling Centers. The Counseling Center was there to serve the student ' s needs through any aspect of college life. 1st Row: Sanford Kidd. Chaplain 2nd Row: Dr. Jimmy Wh itlow. Counselor; 2 — Dr. Robert Richardson, Director 3rd Row: Mrs. Carolyn Gabbard. Secretary 94 AC And Financial Help Needing information forms for working problems? The Financial Aid officers can help — and that ' s their job. Many students are provided with the financial aid program presented here at " AC. This includes federal and state grants, along with loans. Mr. Jim Owens, Director of the Fi- nancial Aid office is assisted by Mrs. Ola Gray and June Cantrell. Open House, Parents ' Day, spend- ing the fall recruiting students for the next year and filling out applications are just a few of the things for which our Admissions officer is responsible. Mr. Smith Parrish, Director of Ad- missions, assisted by Mrs. Marsha Er- skine and Miss Lee Easley. Mrs. Er- skine and Miss Easley both travel around South Carolina and Georgia recruiting students to come to AC. First Row: Jim Owens. June Cantrell. Ola Gray. Second Row: Smith Parrish. Marsha Erskine. Third Row: Lee Easley. Mrs. Bobby Snipes. 95 News Service At The Scene Promoting Anderson College by publicizing events and individual achievements is the primary respon- sibility of the News Service, Cather- ine Sams, news director, serves as AC ' s " reporter, " sending news re- leases to the hometown newspa- pers of noteworthy students, pre- paring feature stories on special programs or personnel at the col- lege or notices of upcoming events for local papers and broadcasting stations, and serving as official liai- son to media representatives. Beth Byers is the student assistant in the office. Mr. Walter E. Dahlgren, as director of Development, handles the task of overseeing the News Service and Communications. Without his direc- tion, AC would have no public rela- tions with other towns. Under his di- rection printing and mailing, com- municating, keeping alumni records, publishing news about AC, and tak- ing care of public relations and hos- pitality. Walter E. Dahlgren, Director of Development. Lucy Rodgers, Secretary to Mr. Walter Dahl- gren. Mr. John Willis, Director of Communications. Miss Cathy Sams, Director of News Service. 96 Secretaries In Charge Ada P. Meeks is the social secre- tary of Anderson College. She is un- der the direction of and responsible to the president; her responsibilities are mainly in the area of public rela- tions. She works closely with the public and arranges for meetings, dinners, and such events to be held on the campus by organizations, churches, clubs and community ser- vice groups. Mrs. Martha Powell operates the college Printing and Mailing Office. She is in charge of all in-house offset printing and she prepares the mass mailouts for the college. Mrs. Pat Stegall is the college IBM secretary. She acts as the secretary for the college faculty through the use of the dictaphone machine. She also assists in the offset printing op- erations. 1st Row: Ada Meeks places an event on the calendar. 2nd Row: Mrs. Pat Stegall sorts through some mail. 2 — Mrs. Martha Powell prepares mailing information. 97 Books, Words, Information Reading is understanding. Speed and vocabulary are the two most important goals of the Reading De- partment. The programs are individ- ualized to help wide range of read- ing difficulties from pre-college to doctoral level. Standing with elegance, the Olin D. Johnston Memorial Library offered students the most efficient facilities around. 1st Row: Miss Annie Blackman 2 — Frances Welburn 2nd Row: Mrs. Brenda Dubois 2 — Miss Dora Hancock 3 — Mrs. Barbara Garrison 3rd Row: Miss Nancy Elliot 2 — Mrs. Betty Funk Director of Reading Center. Art Department Art Department — 1st Row: Dr. Samuel McCarter. Chairman; 2nd Row: Mrs. Susan Wooten. What Was Your Happiest Moment? There were three answers that teachers gave as to what was their happiest moment: Marrying their spouse, holding or seeing their chil- dren for the first time, and accept- ing Christ. Marriage was one of the top an- swers. Being loved by the spouse and hearing them say that they loved them for the first time was the real happy moment. The marriage just really made the happiness per- manent. Holding or seeing their children for the first time was not only a happy moment, but a very proud one. A certain feeling that cannot be ex- pressed goes through a parent see- ing his or her child for the very first time when the child is the most vul- nerable of all. Accepting Christ is a major step in anyone ' s life and it is certainly a happy one. Some teachers said that accepting Christ was their hap- piest moment and by accepting Christ, everything that has hap- pened since has just been happier because of the acceptance. Other teachers summed it all up by saying, " There have been many happy times — too many to men- tion. " 99 Science Department Science Department — 1st Row: Mr. Robin Kelley. Chairman tor Biology; 2nd Row: Dr. Alice Fay, Chairman tor Chemistry. Mrs. Betty Jo Pryor. 100 Drama Department Drama Department — 1st Row: Jack Bilbo. 2nd Row: Kathy Gleaton and Kim Champion are taking a break from Drama class. Why Did You Choose To Work At AC? " Why did you choose to work at A.C.? " This question brought up some interesting answers from the teachers. " Anderson College provided the right atmosphere for me! " " I went to Anderson College and loved it so much that I wanted to teach here after I graduated. " " It provided the Christian atmo- sphere and fellowship that I wanted to be involved in as a teacher. " A few teachers replied that they accepted a teaching position here simply because the position was opened when they needed a job. They have grown to love A.C. more than the students do and do not plan to move elsewhere. All of the teachers here at A.C. love the atmosphere, students, and fellow teachers. They like the small, close atmosphere of the school, think the students are the greatest and the teachers are the best around. ANDERSON COLLEGE LIBRARY 101 English Department English Department — 1st Row: Mr. Dennis James, Chairman; 2nd Row: Dr. Brena Walker. Mrs. Margaret Wooten; 3rd Row: Mrs. Marga- ret Wooten. 102 ■ c 1st Row: Mrs. Sarah Greer 2 — Mrs. Faye Cowan 2nd Row: Dr. Frances Mims 2 — Mr. Douglas Davison 3 — Dr. A. Frank Bonner 3rd Row: Dr. Frances Mims 103 I English Department — 1st row: Mr. William West 2nd Row: Mrs. Susan Hite 104 Foreign Language Department t Foreign Languages — 1st Row: Dr. Samuel Arquez, Chairman of the Spanish Depart- ment; Dr. Shirley Jacks. Chairman of the Lan- guage Department, 2nd Row: Dr. Arquez: Dr. Jacks. Were You Ever Shy? Two-thirds of the teachers who answered a questionnaire were shy around the opposite sex at one time. Some of the teachers replied that they were shy in the teenage years. Answers varied from " sometimes " to " extremely shy " to " No! " One-third answered " no. " Why? " Well, I had three older brothers and it ' s not easy to be shy around other males with that kind of environ- ment " was one answer. How in the world could any teach- er ever have been shy? They can- not be shy in the classroom. Do you wonder how they over- came their shyness? Ask them sometime. You might get some pretty good replies that might shock you. 105 Home Economics And Fashion I s " 2 Home Economics and Fashion Merchandising — 1st Row: Mrs. Mary Martin, Chairman; 2nd Row: Mrs. Lee Dresback. What Did You Dislike The Most About School? " Tests! Term papers! Being called on when you were unprepared! Sci- ence! " If you are wondering what all those " dirty " words are, they are replies teachers gave when asked " What did you dislike the most about school? " Teachers were students once — remember? Then, if all teachers hate tests, term papers, science, etc., why do they give tests, term papers, pop tests, essays, etc.? They say that tests and term pa- pers help the student as well as the teachers because both can know of the progress that is or is not being made. Ask any student if he wants to write a term paper to check his pro- gress in a class. Then you duck . . . 106 History Department wT |1 i K v " $j 0 R9bfv 1st Row: Mrs. Kenneth Mulligan, History; John Henry Von Hasseln, Chairman of the History and Political Science Departments; 2nd Row: Mr. Robert H. Fries. Chairman of the Astron- omy and Physics Departments. Elizabeth Anne Cole, History. Mrs. Mulligan When asked " Why did you choose to work at A.C.? " Mrs. Mulli- gan replied: " Actually, it is my firm belief that God chose me for A.C. After gradu- ating from A.C, I had always secret- ly dreamed of returning to teach here. Somehow it never entered my mind that the dream would ever be a reality. When my family and I moved from Toccoa, Georgia, to Belton in 1971, 1 decided I would ap- ply to A.C. with no success because there was no vacancy. My real in- tention was to quit work for several years, but that fall during registra- tion, a part time instructor in English and a part time instructor in history were needed. With a graduate de- gree in history and an undergrad- uate degree in English I was qualified to be a full time instructor with half of my time in English and half in histo- ry. I enjoy teaching and there is no place I would rather do it than at A.C. " 107 Math Department Math Department — 1st Row: Mr. Glen Hughey 2 3 — Mrs. Jacque Davison 2nd Row: Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins, Mr. Randall Dill. Chairman 3rd Row: Mr. Gregory McClanahan WtwA ' " ' . vM jsb 3 ■: aw Hi IS 1 f. i kM i 1 108 1 Music Department Music Department — 1st Row: Mrs. Anita Brown, Mr. James Rodgers; 2nd Row: Mr. James Clark. Mr. William Bridges. Mrs. Anita Bridges: 3rd Row: Dr. E. Perry Carroll, Chair- man. 109 Psychology And Sociology Psychology — 1st Row: Dr. Robert Richardson 2 — Dr. Eugene Mandrell, Chairman; 3 — Dr. Jim Whitlow, 4 — Mrs. Marion Mandrell. Soci- ology — 2nd Row: Dr. Carl English, Chairman; Dr. Marshall Tribble 110 Religion Department in Business Department Business Department — Mrs. Kathryn McGre- gor Mrs. Ruth Boyte 2nd Row: Mr. Archie Wil- son 2 — Mr. John Boyte 3rd Row: Mr. Frederic Jones r V . 112 Night Classes Offer New Opportunities Dusk brought a new look to AC in the form of night school. Education- al opportunities no longer end with the sunset. Students and the people of the Anderson community attend- ed the Evening Division as an alter- nate to regular hours by taking a course at night. Many major classes are offered in the evening. Adults who wished to attend classes while holding down jobs were continually taking advantage of this excellent opportunity. Top: Mr. Bobby Hanley, English teacher and Mr. John Faile, Physical teacher. Bot- tom: Mrs. Ruby Grant, History teachers. Mr William Tisdale, Religion teacher. 113 Anderson College offers quife a variety of classes in physical educa- tion. PE is a required course for one semester hour before a student can graduate. Each student has a choice of ac- tivities that suit his interests, from slimnastics, cheerleading, karate, to any kind of sport. Not only do the classes consist of participating in the events, but the rules and regulations are studied. Coach Southerland is head of the physical education department. Weight lifting classes give the chance to tone up muscles that you never knew exist- ed. Coach Southerland calls the roll in karate class. Lifting weight requires concentration and power. PE — For Body And Mind 114 1 fl 1 1 lite Sparring includes defensive and offensive moves, including the side snap kick. " What ' s so interesting on the other court? " Karate students obey the commands of the karate instructor. Coach Southerland. s? . x J lRt- 115 116 Business Office And Bookstore The Business office had a lot of tasks, but the ones most related to the students were the handling of students accounts, and student payroll and banking. The AC Bookstore is run by Mae King and Betty West and they stock gift items for the students ' benefit and convenience. 1 — Mrs. Mae King, Bookstore; 2 — Mrs. Betty West, Bookstore; 3 — Mrs. Sherry Smith, Book- store; 4 — Mrs. Martha Mahaffey, Supervisor; 5 — Mrs. Betty Huff, Bookkeeper; 6 — Mrs. Linda Graham, Cashier. 117 Switchboard Keeps AC " In Touch " The switchboard at Anderson Col- lege handles in-coming and out-go- ing calls for the students and facul- ty. Mrs. Sara Westmoreland is the switchboard operator. However, students run the board in the even- ing and on weekends to earn some extra money. Mrs. Westmoreland also schedules the different times for the telephone workers in order to have someone at the switchboard at all times. The switchboard was the faculty ' s and students ' communication with the " outside world. " 1st Row: Mrs. Sara Westmoreland. 2nd Row: What is that flashing light? 3rd Row: One of those busy moments ... 4th Row: Another method of communication at Anderson Col- lege. n r » rsA. fc - ,jfjr K -s .vvvv Infirmary And Post Office Are Important " Has all the mail been distribut- ed? " was a question often asked of Virginia Scott. Mrs. Scott operated the campus post office with exper- tise. It served as an important part part of college life. Rice Infirmary, under the supervi- sion of Betty Cathey, took care of students ' needs and illnesses. When different plagues such as " skip-your- class " strike, the infirmary was there to lend a helping hand. 1st Row: Mrs. Cathey prescribes a remedy for a student. 2nd Row: Mrs. Cathey at work. 2 — Mrs. Scott distributes the day ' s mail. 119 Nutrition Stressed Planning meals and meeting the ARA standards were duties per- formed by Connie Branch, Manager of the cafeteria. Along with his help- ful workers, Connie and his staff planned meals and special treats for the Students at Anderson Col- lege. 1st Row: Ruth Wideman, Ellen Eastrick. Alimea Thomas, Kathy Whisenhur, Ruth Berry. 2nd Row: Xevier Walker, Carolyn Little, Sadie Burns, Castornia Bell, Mamie Linton, Betty Batnes, Neil Groves. 3rd Row: Benny Greene, Scott Scarborough, Mary Ann Martin. 120 Protection On Campus Gives Assurance Security at Anderson College was an important asset. Crowe ' s Securi- ty Agency handled emergency problems very effeciently. Security guards locked doors and activated security alarms each night. Buildings were secured and all areas checked throughout the night. This gave us a good feeling of security. 1st Row: Gene Acker and Mildred Hall 2nd Row: Alan Bomar and Kent McCown are all security guards. 3rd Row: Mark Barrett, Rex Bagwell, Bobby Beville, Carl Pitts and Terri Tritt, RA ' s doing their share. 2 — Katherine Kelly, security guard. ■ I i ' I:! I ■t i? !- l ! 1 " ■■• 121 The beautiful grounds surrounding AC are due to the hard work of the maintenance staff. Johnny Flem- ming is in charge of the grounds and buildings. Olin Padgett is supervisor of the Physical plant. The maintenance staff kept the school running smoothly, and they were ready to go to work as soon as any problem arose. Beside keeping the campus in at- tractive order, maintenance is in charge building, repairing and re- placing whatever needs attention. With the many daily jobs and extra assignments " man on the hall " was a familiar sound in the dormitories. 1st Row: Olin Padgett 2nd Row: Dale Erb. Marvin Rada, Dennis McKee, and David Giles 2 — Johnny Flemming 3rd Row: Cliff Dutton 2 — Johnny Hodges 3 — Shirley Strickland, housekeeper for Watkins Teaching Center. Always Helpful And Smiling ■ . 1 122 Reflections DR. JIM WHITLOW 1st Row: Susie Robbins 2 — The poster says it all. 2nd Row: Naps come early when you ' re on a field trip. 2 — School spirit shown at a basketball scrimmage. 3rd Row: " Look at everything, but the professor. " 2 — Studious AC students are hard at work. 3 — Next week ' s ration week ... 4th Row: Valerie Weir and Butch Johnson 123 • • • • • • £2 m. " %8 1 — Receiving that tinal test grade. 2 — Vaughan Shaw leads a discussion on the Miss AC Pageant. 3 — The Goodyear blimp by passes AC. 4 — Margaret Crump 5 — Lisa Faulk 6 — A messy situation 7 — Backroom performers 8 — Helen Findley 9 — Darryn Russ 10 — " What did you say? " a sSts wr- w, ft « IT Jennifer Claire Allen Karen A. Allen Ruth Ann Alexander 126 Sally L. Ashmore Amy Lynn Atkins Charles R. Bagwell Left: F.M. Elliot prepares the props for the play " Dracula. " Right: Dianne Dooley gives a sales presentation on cook ware. Sophomores Enjoy Leadership At AC Debra Bailey Linda A. Baron Kathy Ann Bartley Susan D. Bates Patrick Lee Baughman, Jr. Rebecca Ann Baum There ' s something about being a sopho- more. A certain epidemic has gone through each class that has ever graduated. It ' s so- phomoritis! Symptoms ot the disease resulted in nice, quiet people turning into loud, overbearing beasts. The halls got smaller as the sopho- more ' s heads got bigger and bigger. Each freshman swore as he reached the end of his freshmen year not to become as pig-headed as his upperclassmen. But, the epidemic was contagious. The sophomores got snobbier as the year progressed. It ' s sophomoritis! Freshmen, just wait. The disease is quickly spreading your way! 127 ' If he only knew what was in his hat! " Judy Carol Bolt Susan Rackley Bowen Pamela Jean Bowick David W. Branyon Karen Leigh Brock Steve Brock 128 Sharon Ashley smiles as she enjoys taking a break from classes with a coke. Rebecca Dianne Brookshire Debbie Fay Broome Frances Ann Brown Lisa R. Bryant Janet Renee Burden Wendy J. Burden 129 Nervous Is When Heather I. Burdett Robert T. Burks Cheryl L. Busby Sylvia Lynn Butler Kindra Ann Butterfield Brian Callihan Nervous Is When . . . 1 — Your date arrives at 6:30 and you awake from a nap at 6:00. 2 — You have your first car acci- dent. 3 — Stuffing your mouth with cook- ies just before your RA walks in. 4 — You get an obscene phone call from another phone on campus. Left: Steve Kenrick 5 — You call security at 12:30 and nobody will answer the phone. 6 — Dr. Tribble calls on you. 7 — The photographer comes bee- bobbing around snapping pictures. 8 — You forget your bloomers at cheerleading practice. 9 — The Dean calls you to his office. Marlee Lancaster Carey Danny Ray Carpenter Robert Edward Carroll Tony S. Cartee Amy Louise Cason Dixie Lynn Center 10 — You have to get up and speak in front of the class and you forgot the speech. 11 — Running through three stop signs. 12 — Just before the psychology grades are posted and you ' re afraid to look. 13 — Your dad comes to visit you and you have your Playboy posters up. 14 — You go all out for a girl and when you finally get a date with her, you realize you forgot to brush your teeth. 15 — You go to the Corporation and a girl from Clemson asks you to spend the night over at her room at Clemson. 16 — You break your dorm window and you look out and Hugh Weeks is standing there. 17 — You take a date to an out-of- town disco and four other girls that you have dated are standing there — looking! 131 Sylvia Floyd and Sandy Kidd work busily dur- ing Campus Ministries Lock-In Gina Leigh Chappelear Vivian Kimberly Charping Jane E. Chellis Helen Kim Clark Bryan Cooke Pamela Lorine Cooley 132 " Don ' t look now. but they ' re taking our pic- ture! " Fred Barrett Cooper, Jr. Robin Kay Cooper Bobbie Lou Craft Susan Elaine Crumpton Brett Charles Dabbs Monica Carmen Dempsey 133 Discovering Identity And New Values M.F. Leigh Donaldson Inga D. Dooley Franky Asa Dosher Aaron Douglas Debra Lynn Doxey Rhonda Lynn Drummond Among the polls taken of the sophomores this year was the ques- tion: " Do you have a different out- look on school now than you did as a freshman? " Their reply was a defi- nite " yes! " The sophomores felt their atten- dance at AC for the second year had enabled them to gain more in- dependence and have higher val- ues among themselves. They en- 134 £ : H , Karen Kris Dunn Teresa E. Du Pree Susan Cardine Durham James E. Dyar Thomas Ervin Elliott Francis M. Elliott joyed school much more and found it easier to get involved with the ac- tivities in which they were interest- ed. They did, however, find studying to be a bigger demand, in which the work was much harder than as a freshman. The majority of the sophomores did declare, " Too many rules! " 135 Friends are friends forever and these girls plan to prove it by posing for Gotcha Day Photog. John W. Farr Rick Faulk Cynthia Jean Ferguson Lisa Michele Fleming Sylvia June Floyd Donna Elaine Fogle 136 The swings are popular for just about any- thing, even studying goes on here? Craig Steve Garrett Grace E. Garrett Barbara M. Garrison 137 What Is This? Julie Teresa Gates Nancy Ruth Gates Margaret Anne Gillespie Carol Jean Gilstrap Shelia A. Ginn Hala F. Girgis Sophomores were asked, " What are some of the interesting things found in dorm rooms? " The answers varied from women in men ' s dorms to the little green thing found crawl- ing in the corner. One student said that the most 138 Sybil Anne Gosnell Hugh Gourlay Gerald M. Green Sharon Evonne Green D. Edward Greer Mary Catherine Gregory interesting thing in his room was the sink because it had " real running water! " Some students felt that " not much of nuthing " was interest- ing in their rooms. Most students were too embarrassed to tell us what was most interesting . . . 139 Many students enjoy watching talent shows Douglas Haning Teresa K. Harris Carole Anne P. Harrison Richard Alan Haynie Karen Lynn Henderson Tammy D. Hicks ' ■ rM %h Bonnie M. Hill Dorothy Jean I David M. Hipp 140 mXfyu Kingsley Hall takes a moment for a " family " e. -M . , picture Robert Browning Holland Connie Ruth Holmes David L. Hooper, Jr. 141 What Comes Next George W. Huiet Pamela T. Hunter Donna Jo Hyman Belinda Diane Islom Karen Melissa Jackson Laura Cummings Jackson Frank Jacky Deborah A. Jester Dana Johnson A survey was taken among the sophomores asking what they were going to do after graduating from Anderson College. The most popular reply was, " Go to the beach! " As always, the beach seemed to be the place to go after graduating. 142 More Fun — More Work Gwendolyn Johnson Jennifer Louise Johnson Marion Johnson During the summer, all sopho- mores replied that they were going to hit the employment line and work only during the summer either in their hometown, or away in some tourist attraction. Those who were transferring, planned to transfer mainly to Clem- son or USC. Linda LaVane Joiner Pamela Janine Jones Sally Marie Jones 143 9 ? 4 I ' Tr- 1 " Do it, Charlie ! " Beverley Stephenson takes time to relax. Francis Jean Kelly Robert Barry Kelly Melissa Dawne Kilgore Dino Mark Lancianese Judy R. LeCroy Marilyn L. Lee 144 " Are you sure it was ME that she wanted to see? " Pamela L. Lee Paul Thomas Lee Mary Nell Lineburger Timothy H. Manning, Jr. Thomas Wooten Marshall Blair Eugene Martin 145 " Still " Number One Dawn S. Martin Janet Lee Martin Stephanie A. Martin Kathie Jean Matheson Judy Elaine Mayben Joseph Franklin McAlister, Jr Elaine W. McCallum James David McCarley Norman Gail McCaston The sophomores took a poll during the fall of this past year asking the question: " What is your favorite cur- rent song? " The majority of the sophomores answered, " Still " by the Commodores. The reason they might have cho- sen this song was to show the trend of more preference to mellow love songs as opposed to rock of today than yesterday. 146 Mqjane McCauley Robert D. McClain Robert Evans McClain Frances Eugene McConnell, Jr. Jeffrey Bryant McCoy Tammy J. McCoy Pam Bowick watches with amusement an en- tertainment act during the Talent Show. 147 Kindra Butterfield cuts up with the photogra pher on Gotcha Day, sponsored by the COL UMNS staff. William Douglas McDaniel Rhonda Beth McDonald Kurt D. McGaha David Samuel Merritt, Jr Margaret Ann Miller Wilton Miller 148 Studying is but a part of college life and this student seems not to be excepted. Brenda K. Mills Susan Mills Gloria Francis Mitchell Mark Bradley Mize Daniel J. Moody Traci Chenenne Moody 149 It Makes A Lot Of Cents Gary Michael Moore George McCatheon Morris Susan K. Morris Steven Bradley Mullinax Edward Mullon Jana L. Murphy Daniel T. Myers Douglas Kenneth Nail Brenda Dayne Newell " Oh, my gosh! There ' s no telling ... " was the reply of sophomores when asked the amount of money they spent in a week. From $5 to $40 dollars was spent every week Py each student. Soph- omores felt that they spent more than they should, but who was to say what was too much? 150 Charisse Darlene Nichols Kathy Jean Nichols Margaret Christine Newell Tonia L. Newton Marcus A. Orr James W. Ouzt Everything cost money — from dancing to school supplies. " A per- son could sit in his room all week and still spend around $ 1 5 for junk . ' ' Well, as the saying goes, " there ain ' t no such thing as a free lunch " — at home or at A.C. 151 .. ?, ...- 1r . Marcus Orr has made many friends! Kimberlee Jane Parnell Frederick Allen Paul Carl Lee Pitts, Jr. James Earl Reagan, Jr. Tamula R, Reese Thomas Bruce Reeves - 152 1 can ' t believe this! " Sharon Lynn Rice Tanya Gayle Riggins Linda Kaye Roberts Laura Jo Rogers Carla E. Rosser Samuel James Ruffin 153 It Took Two Years Mary Ellen Ruczko Patti Jo Rushton William Carol Sexton Dana Lee Shaw Mamie Vaugh n Shaw Mary Pat Shirer " f ♦ . ' i Looking back on the two years that the sophomores spent here at AC, there are many good things to remember. They were all excited and enthusiastic about graduating from Anderson. In a secret way, some were dreading graduation. The class of ' 80 regretted having to leave AC behind. There were many times and friends that would not and could not ever be forgotten. 154 " S Donald Bishop Smith Susan Carol Smith Teresa Ann Smith Vaughn De Kay Smith Sharon Sosebee Michael Lee Spearman There were three main answers that the sophomores replied when asked about graduation: they had feelings of anxiety and happiness, looked forward to summer trips, and hoped to graduate despite the problem of getting enough hours. 155 David Hipp poses on " Gotcha Day " you ' ll never see him pose again. like Kathy T. Stone Addie Annette Sullivan Tracy Karen Tankersley David A. Teasley Brian Anthony Thomas Jean Marie Thomason Bennette Austin Thompson, Jr James Randall Towe Thomas Allen Troup 156 Love follows anywhere — even the library to study. m Rodger C. Turner Sharon Ruth Turner , I S JSto Cvnthin InnA I ksor Cynthia Jane Ussery Martha Laurie Warner Sandra Dianne Weathers Steven Mark White 157 Jeffrey Robin Whifen Teresa Dianna Whitmire Teresa Kay Whitfen Mary Arline Wilkie Lisa Dawn Williamson Cynthia R. Wright Kye Wol Yang Cathy Elaine Young Mary J. Young i J Dino Lancianese and Bonnie Hill show happi- ness after finding a good grade during Mid- term. Different Strokes For Different Folks Jane Claire Zeigler Ruth L. Young y The sophomores took a poll in the fall of 79 concerning their views on certain aspects of the school. Here are some of the ques- tions and answers: 1) To what college do you plan to transfer? (top three answers) 1) Clemson — 16 2) Lander — 8 3) Undecided — 7 2) What was your favorite course at A.C.? (top three an- swers) 1) English — 6 2) Math — 6 3) Psychology — 6 3) Who was your favorite teach- er at A.C.? (top three answers) 1) Mr. Dennis James — 10 2) Mr. Fred Metts — 5 3) Dr. Marshall Tribble — 4 4) What do you like the most about A.C.? (top three answers) 1) people — 21 2) small atmosphere — 12 3) intramurals — 10 5) What do you dislike the most about A.C.? (top three answers) 1) rules — 32 2) closed dorms — 1 1 3) food — 10 6) What is your favorite style of clothes for the fall? (top three an- swers) 1) sweaters — 32 2) jeans — 24 3) slim look — 7 7) What is your favorite movie now playing? (top three answers) 1) " When A Stranger Calls " — 10 2) " Rocky II " — 5 3) " Ice Castles " — 4 8) What is your favorite current song? (top three answers) 1) 27 2) 3) " Still " — Commodores — " Sail On " — Commodores 3 " Dim All The Lights " — Don- na Summer — 3 159 MH ' ■!■■ Library research is mastered by all! Cheer leading tryouts is hard work. Steve Abercrombie Charlene Alexander Hal Alexander Keith Anderson Tim Appleton r 3 Angie Ashley Edwina Ashley Jeannie Austin Barry Avent Mark Bagwell Jimmy Bailey Philip Bailey Sonya Baker Barry Barnes Karen Barnnette Beth Barton Lynn Baughman Pam Bayne Carla Beasley Elaine Beasley 160 " " c ' - ? Christi Bryant just LOVES going to classes. Hi- deki Kamata practices volley. Robbie Bennett Leasa Benson Cindy Benton Lynn Berdiner Wayne Berry Kimberly Bomar Bonnie Bonner Joni Borrini Toni Bradberry Debra Bridges Edward Bright Allan Brooker Benita Brown Gracie Brown Robin Brown Christi Bryant April Bryson Mark Buff Reesa Bullard Angela Burdette 161 Ramona Burdette Jennifer Burns Angela Burrell Donna Burrell Cindy Burriss ' i Micheal Buzhardt Beth Byers Dorothy Byrd Tim Cain Anne Manning Campbell Elaine Campbell Randy Campbell Steve Cann Donna Cannady Winston Cantrell, Jr. Chuck Cape Joyce Carwile Tamela Carter Ricky Chastain Sheridan Childs ik h Some Students Express Feelings About Food Just ask any student about the food in the cafeteria and you ' ll get some pretty good replies. We did just that. We asked the freshmen to tell us how they rated the food and to give us some comments. The result was a powerful " HORRI- BLE! " Of course, the food in the cafeteria cannot be the same as the home-cooked meal, but the freshmen thought that it could at least taste like food. Some thought that the cooks needed new cook- books and that they should start us- ing some kind of seasoning. Another complaint was that there was not enough variety in the meals and that the food for supper was the leftover food from lunch. 162 Bessie Clay Sherry Clayton Leah Clinkscales Samuel Clinkscales John Cobb. Jr. Pam Cobb Pam Cockfield Earl Cockrell Roger Cole Beth Coleman Debbie Coleman Claudia Collier John Conner, Jr. Linda Cook Marcus Cook Joe Cooler, Jr. Dan Cooper Wayne Cooper William Cope Tim Copeland There were those students in the minority who said that the food in the cafeteria was okay. Those were the students who lost their taste- buds a very long time ago and don ' t know it. The food in the cafeteria is the only thing that any student can real- ly take all of his frustrations out on. They do. The food gets all kinds of horrible remarks made about it ev- ery year by any student. The food is the only thing that any student, whether he ' s a freshman or a sopho- more, agrees on. 163 J •%■ Laughing and talking is just part of what goes on between classes here at AC. Debbie Cothran Sandra Cox Mitzi Craft Mary Craven John Crawford, Jr. Randy Creamer Carol Crocker Stuart Crockett Colie Crosby Dale Crumpton Kelly Cureton Mark Dake Doris Damon Melinda Daniel Tami Daniel Alfred Darby Sherry Davidson Beverly Davis Caroline Davis Don Dennis % Aik j. TV.t Jd 164 Scsrs " That was an AWFUL joke! " P.E. classes are fun, but totally exhausting! Debbie Delgado Rodger Dillard Tim Dillard Rick Duncan Diane Earle Kristi Edge Pat Edwards Steve Egan David Ek Gave Elder Shelia Epps Ann Fabien Peter Fair Lisa Fallenstein Terry Farr Lisa Faulk Lloyd Farrior John Felder Charlie Fields. Jr. Kim Fields 165 Charlotte Ford Tina Foster David Fowler Stewart Fowler Ray Frazier Steve Furtick Theresa Gabbard Vicki Galloway Darlene Gardner Lisa Gardner Michelle Garrett Annette Gibson Merry Goin Denise Grebien Sandra Grant Darlene Greene Duane Greene Jerry Greene Mike Greene Wanda Gross MM 1k - H Mfc Try It — You ' ll Like It Many freshmen had different views on AC when they first came to school. Of course, the campus was new to them and the everyday routine had not settled in. The school seemed to be extremely boring to some of the freshmen. Later, those same freshmen were the ones having the most fun. They realized that they didn ' t know any other students or any of the activi- ties that are available. Intramural competition opened the door for many new friendships and the close- ness of the halls in each dorm. 166 Randy Hadaway Dorothy Hagood Brenda Hall Ginger Hall Barry Hamilton Other freshmen said that the campus was the same for them later as it was when they first ar- rived. They loved the small campus atmosphere and the fact that ev- eryone knew everyone and that the faculty was extremely helpful. All of the freshmen love AC, either for its activities, people, or overall concern and closeness of the school. They all feel that AC is some- thing special and something to al- ways remember. Ben Hamilton Charlotte Hamilton Mark Harrelson Vicki Harris Janet Harrison Lisa Harrison Paula Hartsell Kathy Hawk Matthew Hayes Sherry Hawkins Melissa Haynie Terry Headden Patricia Hegler Mandee Helms David Henderson Anderson College Is Special 167 Nutsy girls are found everywhere at AC. Sam Paul waits for a tennis court. Phyllis Henderson Jim Hentz Allison Hill Nita Hodges Robert Hoffman, Jr. Kim Holcomb Jimmy Holcombe Tanya Holden Annette Holmes Barrett Holmes Sandra Hook Joy Hooper Lorraine Hopkins Kathy Howard Lisa Howell Jill Hudson Jack Hughes, Jr. Mike Hughes, Jr. Rodger Hulsey Carolyn Hunter 168 Randy Smith and Jackie Watkins pose for the famous photographer on Gotcha Day. k Carol Inabinet Elizabeth Infinger Shelia Ivester Freddy Jabber Frank Jacky Charlie Jameson, Jr. Chris Jay Ben Jenkinson, Jr. Chet Johnson Jovanna Johnson Kim Johnson Leslie Johnson William Johnson Derian Jones Kathy Jones Hideki Kamata Blake Kelley Degegie Kelley Keith Kelly David Kierce 169 Carol King Karen King Tim King Gary Koger Amanda Lackey Michael Lambert Allison Lancaster Diane Lanham Lucy Latham Jill Lawrimore Gloria Lee Tim Legrand Karen Leighton Terry Lollis Tammy Looney Matt Loving Renee Mack Dennis Mackey Laura Mackey Gina Maddox Good Times When asked where or what was their favorite place on campus, the freshmen overwhelmingly replied that the canteen was the spot for excitement. The Trojan Room and Commuter ' s Lounge were other favorite places. The freshmen felt that these places provided the environment and op- portunities to relax and meet other students. 170 Cindy Martin Ernie Martin Glenn Martin Kathye Mathis Shelley Matthews David Maxwell Kathy McBride Elaine McCallum Colleen McCarthy Billy McCain Vicky McCain Marty McClellan Tanya McCombs Shelby McCutcheon Pam McDaniel Roy McDuffie Libby McElroy Helen McGee Dawn McKenzie Mary McNeill Playing ping-pong and performing are only two of the many activities held in the can- teen and the Backroom. 171 Michelle Reynolds relaxes during a softball game for her unit. He ' s more interested in the camera than his girl. Renee McWhorter Glynda Middleton Beth Miller Gary Miller Eddie Monts Calvin Moore Carroll Moore Janice Moore Dawn Moorefield Charlotte Morris Eddie Morrow Donna Morton Gayle Murphy Linda Nance Shannon Neely Anita Nelson Bonte Nichols Joanne Nichols Robbin Nuckolls Julie O ' Kelley K A W £s i 172 Sometimes the library is the only place to get peace and quiet to study or just to read. , ' ; " (W ■■ • ■ ■■■ i i i Nelson Ohl, Jr. Clay Outz Debra Owen Lynne Padhaisky Patty Paget Cheryl Painter Debbie Painter Ben Parham Melinda Patterson Paula Patterson Renee Patterson Sam Paul Stephanie Pearce Regina Peek Tammy Peeples Tommy Pelfrey Mary Pennington John Pennell Lisa Perry Andy Philhower 173 Lynn Phillips Saundra Phillips Michelle Pinson Annette Plake John Plowden Don Poe George Powell Jane Power Christie Powers Gwen Prater Angie Pruitt Jana Pruitt Kelly Pruitt Rodger Pruitt Sonia Putnam Ernie Rabb Melissa Ranole Lynda Rast Herman Ray, Jr. Becca Redfearn Some No Nonsense News The freshmen took a poll in the fall of 79 concerning their views on cer- tain aspects of the school. Here are some of the questions and answers. 1) How big was the adjustment from high school to college? Big — 39; Small — 14; Medium — 6 2) Do you find that being on your own is harder than you expected? No — 42; Yes — 17 3) Do you find that studying is harder since being on your own? No — 35; Yes — 22 4) What do you like the most about A.C.? (top three answers) 1) people — 32 2) small atmosphere — 17 3) freedom — 5 5) What do you dislike the most about A.C.? (top three answers) 174 Brigette Register Jane Reid Michele Reynolds Raymond Rhode. Jr. Scott Rhoden Rhonda Rhodes Lynn Rich Donna Richardson Kenneth Richardson Pam Richardson Kim Richey Melanie Rish Dale Roach Wendy Roach Rebecca Robbins Susan Robbins Cynthia Roberts Kathy Roberts Donna Robinson Dwight Robinson 1) rules — 26 2) food — 9 3) closed doors — 9 6) What is your favorite style of clothes for the fall? (top three an- swers) 1) sweaters — 30 2) jeans — 28 3) wool suits, skirts — 12 7) What is your favorite movie now playing? (top three answers) 1) " When A Stranger Calls " — 16 2) " Ice Castles " — 11 3) " Amityville Horror " — 6 8) What is your favorite current song? (top three answers) 1) " Still " — Commodores — 17 2) " Babe " — Styx — 6 3) " Please Don ' t Go " — K.C. and the Sunshine Band — 6 175 " Smile! The camera is on YOU! ' News attracts all! — ■wssai Gail Robinson Mary Rogers Paige Rosamond Ron Rowntree Micky Rucker Karen Rushton Darryn Russ Jenny Saffold Sharon Satterfield David Satterwhite Deana Scarbrough Richard Schumpert Pam Scott Ricky Scott Cindy Self Ronnie Shaw Robert Sherer Melanie Shirley Debra Shreckengast Audrey Siebold K 176 t ( 2 Freshman Follies Day is enjoyed by everyone. L I ' I W T _ Jean Simmons Kim Simmons Sherrie Simpson Sam Sivewright Janet Skelton Donna Smith Lisa Smith Mac Smith Margaret Smith Randy Smith Sherry Smith Steve Smith Lynn Snipes Linda Snyder Joseph Solesbee Brett Southerland Baxter Sowell Curt Spenser Vicki Stansell Allen Steen 177 Shelia Steele Angie Stegall Susan Stegall Brad Stephens Charles Stewart Richard Swetenburg Nancy Swygert Brad Tatum Debbie Taylor Nancy Taylor Ellen Teague Beth Temple Glen Theiling Becky Thompson Cynthia Thompson Debbie Thompson Lisa Thrift Bretta Tillison Laura Tinsley Les Tinsley Freshmen — yes, but incapable — never! This was the attitude of the dynamic freshmen class of 1979- 80. Students successfully learned to deal with not only the complex schedule of college life, but also the fear and excitement that came along with it. . . . Life needs some happiness, sor- row, and pain, To make it fulfilled, just as roses need rain. Each day and its efforts will truly be blest, If I can honestly say, I have given my best. — Pansy Myers Schoeder " How many of those scarves is he going to pull out? " 178 Mitzi Tinsley Gorver Todd. Jr. Robert Tolbert Joni Tompkins Deborah Towell Angelislia Townsend John Trammel Cheryl Tucker Deanne Tumbleston Dell Turner Lindsey Truner Zelma Valentine Renee Vaughan Kim Veronee Bobbie Jo Vickers Wendy Wallace Susan Ware Jackie Watkins Tammy Watts Teresa Weathers Mike Buzhardt captures the greased pig Freshmen Folly Day. 179 =%. J MB • J A - -5 Hypnotist puts " selected subjects " under his spell. Jane Weaver Valerie Weir Susan Welborn Andy West David West Cynthia White Deno White Sherri White Gale Whitmite Donna Wilder Kathy Wiles Mark Wiley Steve Wiley Teresa Wilkerson Beth Williams Brett Williams Helen Williams Julie Williams Lori Ann Williams Robert Williams M±L 180 1st Row: He doesn ' t know, but he will soon have the run of his life. 2nd Row: " And Mom said not to get muddy! " Patricia Woodruff Bernard Wright Debbie Wright Cathy Wynn Mary Frances Zedick 181 Reflections As the 1979-80 school year closed, the possibility ot war moved in. When asked of their view on war and participating in it, students had one overall opinion: " I don ' t want to see it happen and I ' ll go to fight, even though I ' m afraid. " " I would fight; I ' m scared. " War was thought to be the an- swer for the Americans. " The Ameri- can people will become stronger and feel as a whole when we de- fend others. " " Americans should fight for what is important. " Some felt as though war was not the answer. They felt President Carter should impose more embar- gos and should show off the U.S. mili- tary muscle. The overall situation in Iran is a touchy one and the answer is un- sure. The answer directly affected the students and many held their breaths, along with other Ameri- cans. The situation in Iran will be " the theme song of the 80 ' s. " 1st Row: Moose and Aamis 2-A scene from the plane crash in Greenville. 2nd Row: Matt Danuser is just one of the many intramural coaches. 2 — Enjoying a basketball game. 3 — Rex Bagwell. 182 Directory Abbott, David M., 500 Timberlake Road. Ander- son Abercrombie, Steve, Route 3 Box 102, Ellijay. GA. pg. 38, 160 Acker, Gene, Crowe ' s Security, Anderson, p. 121 Ackerman. Mark G.. 66 Rotary Drive, Summit. N.J. p. 11, 76, 77 Agnew, Frances L, 2809 Bellview Road, Ander- son Alexander, Charlene Maria, 613 Law Street, Bi- shopville, p. 160 Alexander, G. Mark, 107 Comet Street, Ander- son Alexander, Keith T., Route 1, Lyman Alexander, Ruth A., 200 Oak Street, Woodville Heights, Greenville, p. 126 Alexander III, F. Harold. Box 603. Richland, p. 160 Allen, Craig, 8 Third Street, Lavonia, GA. Allen, Jennifer C, 1 East Chaucer Road. Green- ville, p. 126 Allen, Karen A., 2604 W. Standridge Road, An- derson, p. 126 Aman. Susan Maria, 105 S. Dennis Avenue, Bi- shopville Anderson. Carl W.. Route 1 Cherry Street. Pend- leton Anderson. H. Keith, Route 4 Box 66. Greenwood, p. 160 Ansel. Victor P., 1008 S. Walnut Street, Seneca, p. 35, 48, 92 Anthony, Terri L., 100 Pearle Drive, Easley, p. 126 Appleton, Timothy K., 9 Andrea Lane. Green- ville, p. 160 Arguez, Dr. Samuel — Spanish, 2811 Bellview Road, Anderson. B.A.. Wayland Baptist College; M.A., Texas Tech University; Ph.D.. University of Missouri. (1973) p. 105 Ashley, Angie C, 6 Green Acre Drive, Ware Shoals, p. 160 Ashley, Edwina J., Route 2 Box 749, Donalds, p. 160 Ashley. Karon J.. Route 2. Honea Path. p. 126 Ashley. Max L. — Maintenance, Box 653. Iva. Ashley, Sharon J., Route 2, Honea Path, p. 48 126 Ashmore. Sally L.. 304 Arundel Road, Greenville p. 126 Ashworth, Charles T.. 200 Rosemary Lane, Greenville Atkins, Amy L.. 502 Winfield Street, Anderson, p 126 Austin, Jeannie T.. 113 Clark Avenue, Greer, p 160 Avent, Barry Goodrich, 207 Katherine Street Bennettsville, p. 160 Bagwell, Charles R.. 9 Alberta Drive, Greenville p. 2. 36. 37. 121. 126 Bagwell, Gregory M„ Route 1 Box 143 A., Sen- eca, p. 81, 160 Bagwell, Lou Anne, 302 Laurel Road, Easley. Bailey. Debra. 1251 Magnolia Ext., Orangeburg, p. 47 Bailey. Jimmy C. Route 4 Box 52. Hartwell. GA. p. 160 Bailey, Karen, 504 Whitehall Road, Anderson Bailey, Kimberley D.. 504 Whitehall Road, Ander- son, p. 127 Bailey. Philip A.. Route 1, Bowersville. GA. p. 160 Bailey, Tami M.. Route 2, Lavonia, GA. Baker, Jody A., Route 3 Box 362, Central Baker, Sonya A. Baker. Sonya Y.. A3 Aladdin Manor. Greenville, p. 160, 60, 61 Banks. Bobby James, — Maintenance. 801-A Salem Street, Anderson. Bare, Goodman, Route 8, Anderson. Barnes, Barry T., 966 Campbellton Drive. N. Au- gusta. GA. p. 36. 37, 160 Barnett, C. Alan, 3206 Severn Street, Anderson. Barnett, Karen Lynne, Route 1 Tigerville Road, Travelers Rest, p. 160, 43 Baron, Linda A.. Route 1 Box 238, Wagener, p. 127 Barrett, Mark — Resident Advisor, Lawton Dorm, 2nd Floor Apt., p. 12 Barth, Rory A., 700 Blue Avenue, Marion. Bartley, Kathy Ann, 807 Woodside. Johnston, p. 127 Barton. Elizabeth W, 402 Woodbluff Road. Laur- ens. Bates. Susan D.. Route 7 Lake Hartwell. Ander- son, p. 127 Baughman, Lynn L.. 14 Bald Eagle West, Hilton Head, p. 36, 37. 40. 47, 43, 54, 160 Baughman, Patrick L.. 14 Bald Eagle West, Hilton Head, p. 8, 127 Baum, Rebecca Ann, 1503 Lyttleton Street, Camden, p. 127 Bayne, Pamela A., Route 1 Box 274, Simpson- ville, p. 160 Bayne, Robbie R., Route 1, Ware Shoals Beakley, Ron, Route 8 Lakeview Drive, Green- ville Beasley, B, Elaine, 126 Lehigh Avenue, Belve- dere, p. 43, 160 Beasley, Carla A.. Route 9, Box 251, Anderson, p. 39. 160 Beaty, M. Lyn, 215 W. Queen Street, Pendleton Bedenbaugh, Michael E., Route 2 Box 92, Pros- perity Bell, Ricky Louis, Route 2 Box 486, Williamston. p. 43. 127 Bennett, Robert E., Route 1 Box 370 A, Johns Island, p, 161 Benson, Leesa D., Route 2 Jordan Road, Greer, p. 161 Benton. Cynthia L., 645 Fort Johnson Road. Charleston, p. 161 Benton. James Carson. 706 38th Avenue N., Myrtle Beach Berdiner, C. Lynn, 106Camelback Road, Green- ville, p. 161 Berry, Wayne K., Box 58, Little Rock, p. 161 Bessinger, M. David, 683 Fort Sumter Drive, Charleston Seville, Bobby — Resident Advisor, Lawton Dorm, p. 121 Bilbo, Jack L. — Speech and Theater, 104 McGee Court, Anderson; B.A.. University of Southern Mississippi; M.A., Texas Tech University. (1977) p. 29. 101 Billups, Drucille, Route 1 Box 343, Williamston Black, Anthony J.. Route 1 Box 244. Easley Black III. Hoyt H. Chip, 913 Lakeview Drive, John- ston Blackman, Annie Frances — Head Librarian, 2-B- 4 Bailey Courts Apartments, Anderson, p. 98 Blackwell, Beverly G.. Route 12 3B Craft Road, Anderson, p. 127 Blanton, Deborah L., Route 12 Parkwood, Ander- son Blewer, T. Anthony, 397 Riley N.W.. Orangeburg Boarwright, Randolph N.. Box 1448. Clemson. Boggs, Martha Jane, Route 1 Box 136, Iva. p. 15. 127 Bolt. Charles Terry, 2301 S. McDuffie Street, An- derson Bolt, Judy Carol, Route 9, Box 354. Anderson, p. 128 Bolt. William F.. 2208 Willow PLace, Anderson Bomar, Kimberly L.. 108 Churchill Avenue. Greer, p. 43, 161 Bonner, Bonnie E.. 127 Ridgeway Road, Gaffney, p. 161 Bonner, Frank — English, 409 Meadow Park Drive. Anderson; B.A., Furman University; M.A. University of Georgia. Ph.D., University of N.C. (1974) p. 103 Borrini, Joni D.. 2181 Pinnacle Street, Orange- burg, p. 161 Bowen, Ron, Route 1 Box 585 A, Columbia Bowen, Susan Rackley, Route 1 Retreat Homes 1B. Pendleton, p. 128 Bowick. Pamela J.. 207 Asbury Circle. Easley, p. 43. 128. cover Boyd, Katrina R., 396 Stewart Circle, Anderson Boykin, David Craig. 704 Savage Street, Cam- den, p. 128 Boykin, James C. — Physical Education, 1420 Hilltop Drive, Anderson; B.A., Appalachian State University; Further study. University of South Carolina. (1979) p. 11. 76, 84, 92 Boyte, John Klenner — Business Administration, 108 Partridge Lane, Anderson; B.A., Appala- chian State University; M.A.. Appalachian State University; Further study, Purdue University. (1966) p. 42. 84, 112 Boyte, Ruth Parlier — Busineks Education, 108 Partridge Lane, Anderson; B.S. Appalachian State University; M.A., Appalachian State Uni- versity. (1966) p. 112 Bradberry, Toni A., Route 1 Box 389. Williamston, p. 161 Bradham, Dan H.. Box 67, Conway, p. 128 Bradley. Robert L.. 1005 Williamston Road. An- derson Bragg, Brenda E., John Dele Houe School. McCormick Branch, Connie — Manager of ARA Slater. Route 12 Box 147, Anderson, p. 39 Brantly, Barbara E.. Route 2 Box 114, Iva, p. 128 Branyon. David W., 310 W. Oak Drive Ext.. Honea Path. p. 128 Brazier II. Duane Harry, Route 2 Box 210, Wa- gener Bridges. Anita Haygood — Organ. 602 Wild- wood Drive, Anderson; B.M., Samford University; M.S.M.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. (1964) p. 48. 109 Bridges, Charles R., 116 Aloha Drive. Greenville Bridges. Debra A., Route 1 Box 164, Salem, p. 161 Bridges. Manuel, 133 Osage Drive. Gaffney, p. 38. 47 Bridges, Vicki Farmer Bridges. William McCollister — Music. 602 Wild- wood Drive, Anderson; B.A., Furman University; B.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.S.M.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Further study. University of Indiana, Florida State University. (1964) p. 109 Bright, Edward, 125 Bramblewood Circle, West Cola. p. 161 Brock. Karen Leigh, Route 1, Walhalla, p. 128 Brock, Lisa D.. Route 10 Box 304. Anderson Brock. Steven D., Route 2. Liberty, p. 38. 41. 48 49. 128 Brooker, J. Alan, 914 Brook Glenn Road. Taylors p. 161 Brooks. Clarice M.. 289 Grayson Street. Estill, p 68. 69 Brookshire, Rebecca D.. 103 Hale Drive, Taylors p. 38, 129 Broome, Debbie Fay, 112 Florence Street, Abbeville, p. 129 Brown, Adam Lome, Route 1 Box 364, Starr Brown, Benita D.. 4-E Fieldcrest Village. Green- ville, p. 161 Brown. Frances Ann, 6 Chateau Drive, Green- ville, p. 129 Brown, Gracie Louise, Route 1, Starr, p. 161 Brown. Mary Anne. Route 2. Walhalla. p. 129 Brown. Anita Jubin — Music. 2825 LeConte Road, Anderson. A. A.. Anderson College; B.A.. University of South Carolina; B. Mus.. University of South Carolina; M.F.A., University of Georgia. (1974) p. 109 Brown, Robin A.. 2213 B Caronia. Charlotte. N.C, p. 47. 161 Brown, Treva J.. Route 1 Champlain Drive. Greenville, p. 129 Bruck, Mark R.. Route 10 Manse Jolly Road. An- derson, p. 129 Bryant, Christi L.. 100 Arlington Avenue. Easley, p. 56, 59, 161 Bryant, Craig William, Route 10, Brookhollow Road, Anderson Bryant, Lisa R.. 110 Mayfield Drive. Anderson, p. 129 Bryson. April E., 210 Brenshaw Street, Easley, p. 161 Bryson. Sue W., 116 Corrine Drive. Greenville Buff, Mark, Box 186. Nebo. N.C. p. 161. 165 Bullard, Risa M.. 101 Rosewood Drive. Lyman, p. 161. Bunker. Priscilla A.. Route 2. Landrum. p. 74. 75 Bunn. Jeffery S„ 2170 Woodland Dr.. Orange- burg Burden. Janet R.. Rt. 2, Hartwell Hwy., Elberton, Ga.. p. 129 Burden. Wendy J., 12 Hillcrest St.. Liberty, p. 12, 129 Burdett, Heather I.. 108 Sunset Drive. Mauldin. p. 130 Burdette. Angela D.. Bel Air Lane. Wellford, p 161 Burdette, Ramona F., Rt. 1, Box 201-x, Iva, p. 11 68.69 Burgess, James F., 2022 Sheldon Dr., Anderson Burks, Dr. Robert Edward — Religion, 705 Wind- sor Avenue, Anderson; 8.M.. Baylor University; B.D.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Th.M.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (1965) p. 111 Burks, Robert T.. 704 Windsor Avenue. Anderson, p. 13, 15. 130 Bums. Jennifer M.. 215 Convair Drive. Spartan- 183 184 burg, p. 54 Burrell. Angela Leigh, 105 Caldwell Street, Greer Burrell, Donna G„ 22 Laconia Dr., Travelers Rest. Burrlss, Cynthia A., 1202 Stratford Dr., Anderson. p. 39 Busby, Cheryl L. Route 4. Anderson, p. 130 Bush, Elisa A., 248 Coral Way, Jackson Beach, Florida, p. 68, 69 Butler, Sylvia L, P.O. Box 117, Irmo, p. 43, 130 Butterfield, Kindra A., 643 Hillcrest Dr.. Catawba, p. 5. 40, 43, 56, 130, 148 Buzhardt, J. Michael. 319 Hall Street, Batesburg, p. 3, 56, 58 Byce, Steven K„ 410 Taylor St., Anderson. Byers, Elizabeth D„ 2104 Woodside Ave., Ander- son, p. 3, 39, 56, 59, 60 Byrd, Dorothy J., Route 1, Walker Road, Pendle- ton Byrd, James Kevin. 1351 Winchester Drive, Charleston Cabaniss, Anegelon Kim. 105 Dutchess Dr.. Sim- ponsivlle Cain, Tim M„ Route 2, Westminster Callihan, Wilbur B., 1007 E. Calhoun St., Ander- son, p. 130 Campbell. R. Randy, 1704 Bolt Dr., Anderson Campbell, Amy E.. Rt. 2. 15 Oakway Cr.. Green- ville, p. 130 Campbell. Anne M„ Rt. 2. Box 508, Seneca Campbell, Carol Lynn, 202 Collinwood Dr., An- derson, p. 130 Campbell. Margaret, Rt. 8, Box 181, Anderson Campbell, P. Elaine, Rt. 1, Iva Campbell, Jr.. James William 223 Westwood, Lagrange, Ga. p. 130 Cann, Steve E„ Rt. 4. Box 225, Abbeville Cannady, M. Donna, P.O. Box 301, Allendale, p. 68. 69 Cantrell, June — Financial Aid, 1907 Northview Avenue, p. 95 Cantrell Jr.. Winston. Rt. 2. Earlestead Dr., Wal- halla Cape. Charles J., Rt. 12. Box 336, Anderson, p. 48, 50 Cape, Charles M.. 3061 Kilkee Cr., Columbia, p. 48 Capps, John W. Billy, Box 217. Abbeville Carey, Marlee L., 319 Brookside Dr., Orange- burg, p. 37. 131 Carpenter. Danny Kay. Rt. 2. Box 22, Liberty, p. 131 Carroll. Dr. E. Perry — Music. 106 McGee Court, Anderson, B.M.. Boylor University; M.C.M., South- ern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ed.D., New Or- leans Baptist Theological Seminary (1975) p. 13, 49. 50, 109 Carroll, Robert E,. Rt. 1, Townville, p. 131 Carson, Richard K., Pine Drive, Central Cartee, Tony S., 500 Barcliff Lane, Anderson, p. 131 Carter, Tony E., 258 Clinkscale Road. Seneca Carver. Charles M., 48 Hammett Street, Ander- son Carwile, Joyce M.. Rt. 2, Iva Cash, Cindy A., 212 Arnold Dr., Anderson Cason, Amy Louise, p. 131 Casper, Mark C, 203 Confederate Cr., Taylors Castles, Mary Elizabeth, Rt. 10, 113 Royal Oak Road, Greenville Cater, Tamela M., 103 Brookwood Dr., Seneca Cathey. Mrs. H. T. (Betty) — Health Center Nurse. 212 Rhodehaven Drive, Anderson Center, Dixie L., 312 Grigsby Ave., Easley, p. 131 Chamblee. Mrs. Dan (Mary Ann) — Library Asst.. Rt. 7, Box 144, Anderson Champion, Edith K., 410 Moultrie Sq., Anderson, p. 43 Chapman, Dennis, 44 Walhalla Gardens, Wal- halla, p. 38, 47. 131 Chapman, Paula Jo, Rt. 3, Box 50, Belton, p. 131 Chappelear, Gina Leigh, 8 Cascade Ct.. Green- ville, p. 5, 132 Chappell. Jason, Rt. 1, Box 95, Leesville Charping, Vivian K., 908 Pickens St., Anderson, p. 132 Chastain, T. Richard, Rt. 1, Augusta Fields, Greenwood, p. 61 Chastain. William B., 513 Corning Street. Ander- son Chasteen. Dale L., 134 Duncan Chapel Rd.. Greenville Chellis. Jane E.. 315 Stewart Dr.. Easley. p. 37. 42, 60, 132 Childress. Mrs. James ?. (Frankie I.) — Education. 500 Concord Avenue, Anderson. B.S., Winthrop College; M. Ed., University of So uth Carolina (1976) Childs, Sheridan E.. 2619 Belhaven Rd., Anderson Chinners, Hugh E., P.O. Box 43, Ridgeville Cinelli, Joan Eheart, 1405 Kimberly Rd., Anderson Clark, Beverly Ellen. Rt. 13, Box 12, Anderson, p. 132 Clark, Caron M., 811 Hillcrest St., Johnston, p. 2, 54. 132 Clark. Calvin T., 1906 Linda Drive. Anderson, p. 132 Clark, Helen Kim, 817 Dunbarton Drive, N. Augus- ta, p. 38. 132 Clark. James Wylie — Music. 500 Wildwood Dr., Anderson; B.M., Mississippi College; M.M.. South- ern Methodist University; Further study, Mississippi State University (1974) p. 109 Clark. Mrs. Jdmes W. (Lindd) — Secretary. Aca- demic Dedn. 500 Wildwood Drive. Anderson Clary. Jr.. William ?. — Math (Night School). 210 Timber Lane, Anderson Clay. Bessie L., 121 Catlin Circle. Greenville, p. 163 Clayton, Sherry W.. Rt. 1, Keller Road, Taylors, p. 163 Cleveland. Carlton R., 214 Guy St., Anderson Clinkscales. Sammie E., 513 East Hampton, An- derson, p. 163 Clinkscales, W. Leah, Route 2. Honea Path. p. 48, 163 Clonts. Dr. Jerry A. — Biology. 2 A-2 Bailey Courts Apts.. Anderson; B.S., Jackson State Col- lege; M.A.. Clemson University. Further study. Er- skine College (1962) Cobb, Jr.. John C, 6 Asbury Circle. Easley, p. 163 Cockfield, Pamela J., Route 1, Box 29, Heming- way, p. 163 Cockrell, Earl, Rt. 3, Box 5, Saluda, p. 52, 53, 163 Coggins, Cynthia, 826 Heard Dr.. Elberton, Ga. Cole. Ms. Elizabeth Ann — History. Apt. M-8 Rain- tree Apts., Anderson; B.A., UNC-Greensboro; M.A., UNC-Greensboro (1979) Cole, Michael W., Rt. 10, Liberty Hwy.. Anderson Cole. Roger D., 2507 W. Whitner St.. Anderson, p. 163 Coleman. Beth L, 527 Bausket St., Edgefield, p. 163 Coleman, Deborah Geneva. Rt. 1, Box 138 A. Latta, p. 48. 163 Collier. Claudia J.. 2137 Hydrick, Orangeburg, p. 36, 60, 61, 63 Collins, Mrs. Linda — English (Night School), 115 Princess Avenue, Anderson Conley, Randy Dexter, 402 S. Dennis Dr., Clay- ton, p. 65 Connor. Jr., Eugene John, 510 Edward St., Branchville, p. 163 Cook, Linda S., Rt. 3, Box 176, Honea Path, p. 163 Cook. Marcus E.. P.O. Box 336. Gray Court, p. 163 Cooke, Grady B.. Rt. 3, Box 226. Dillon, p. 132 Cooler, Jr., Joe J., 120 Hampton Road, Varnville. p. 4. 7, 47, 163 Cooley. Pamela L.. Rt. 2, Box 45. Pelaer, p. 132 Cooper. Daniel, Rt. 3, Box 22, Piedmont, p. 163 Cooper, Robin K., 245 N. Oliver St., Elberton, Ga., p. 133 Cooper, Wayne B.. 506 Lance Lot Dr., Simpson- ville. p. 163 Cooper, Jr., Fred B., 508 Landelot Dr., Simpson- ville, p. 15. 133 Cope, III. W. Baxter, 101 Overbrook Drive. Laur- ens, p. 163 Copeland. Brenda Bonds, Rt. 1. Iva Corder. Suzanne, 107 Cardinal Dr., Clemson Copeland, G. Timothy, Rt. 2, Box 554, Clinton, p. 163 Cothran. Deborah E., 107 Eastover Drive. Greer, p. 8, 164 Cowdn, Mrs. Faye Penland — English, 1402 Old Ivy. Hentage Hills; B.A.. Erskine College. MA A. Clemson University. Further study, Erskine Col- lege (1962). p. 103 Cox. Robert Norton, 1203 13th Avenue, Con- way Cox, Sandra L., P.O. Box 206, Lyman, p. 164 Craft, Bobbie Lou, 3226 Pine Lane, Orangebura, p. 7, 133 Craft, Mitzi Gaye. 105 Meeks Drive, Belton, p. 164 Craft, Pam Luan, 105 Meeks Drive. Belton Craven. Elizabeth M.. 53 Church St., Charleston, p. 12. 54. 43. 133 Craven. Mary T.. 611 Parish Road, Charleston, p. 164 Crawford. Jr., John T., p. 164 Creamer, Lyrae, Rt. 2, Anderson, p. 133 Creamer, Randall S., Rt. 4, Belton, p. 164 Cremer, III, George S., Rt. 44. Box 7 G. Andrews Crider. Cynthia H.. 502 Williamsburg. Anderson Crocker, Bruce E., 157 Avondale, Greenwood, p. 50 Crocker, Carol A., 104 Woodhill Dr., Easley. p. 164 Crockett, Stuart S., 5814 Lakeview Drive, Hana- han, p. 164 Crosby. Colie Morse, 510 Old Park Rd.. N. Chdrleston. p. 63, 76, 77, 164 Crosby. Ms. Katherine — Housekeeper, 1403 S. Benjamin St., Anderson Crowder, Charles H., Rt. 2. Box 165 A-1. Gray Court Crowe. Joseph E.. 2 Cornell Court. Greenville Crowe, Ronnie D., 3 Williamsburg Manor, Green- ville, p. 8, 81 Crump. Margaret G., 3125 White Horse Rd.. Greenville, p. 125, 133 Crumpton, A. Dale, Rt. 5 Hollingsworth Dr., Pick- ens Crumpton, Susan Elaine, 100 Boston Street. An- derson, p. 133 Cureton. Kelly L.. 109 Fernwood Rd., Simpson- ville, p. 164 Dabbs, Brett C, 34 Swan Lake Dr., Sumter, p. 133 Dahlgren, Walter E — Director of Development, 1607 N. Boulevard, Anderson, p. 16, 85 Dailey, William F.. 2306 Clareview Dr., Florence Dake. Mark Anton, 529 Lakeshore Rd., Oakville. p. 4. 61, 76, 77, 164 Damon, Doris Marie, 527 Chestnut St.. Darling- ton, p. 164 Daniel, J. Melinda, 202 Brook Forest Dr., Ander- son, p. 164 Daniel. Tami L.. 611 Hemlock Drive. Thomson, p. 36, 164 Daniel. Melissa. 202 Brook Forest Dr., Anderson Daniels, Anthony, 2923 Loren Dr., Aiken, p. 65 Danuser, Matthew Scott, 1752 East North St., Greenville, p. 65 Darby, Alfred L, Rt. 3, Box 176, Andrews, p. 164 Darress, Jim R., Box 3552. N. Myrtle Beach Davenport. Donna Lynn, 7600 Yorkhouse Road. Columbia, p. 74, 75 Davidson, Sherry L., 217 Sdgewood Road, Greenwood, p. 164 Davis, Beverly, 33 Vance St., Greenville, p. 164 Davis. Caroline L., Rt. 3, Box 61. Dean Dr.. Laur- ens, p. 164 Davis, Robert D., Rt. 6, Box 159. Hwy. 20. Pied- mont Davis, Tim R.. 109 Harrington Ave., Greenville Davison. Douglas L. — English. Rt. 12, Box 321 -A. Anderson; A. A., Anderson College; B.A., Furman University. M.A., Clemson University; Further study. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (1979), p. 103 Davison. Mrs. Douglas L. (Jacque W.) — Math Rt. 12, Box 321-A, Anderson; A. A.. Anderson Col- lege; B.A., Clemson University; M.S.. Clemson University, (1978), p. 108 Deery IV, Samuel Joel, 313 Hillsburg Ave., Oran- geburg Dehondt, Nancy A.. Rt. 19 Box 29, Anderson Delgado. Debbie K., Rt. 5. Pickens, p. 165 Dempsey, Monica C, 321 Brookforest Dr.. An- derson, p. 133 Dennis, Don K.. Rt. 2 Box 162, Greeleyville, p. 48, 164 Derrick, Debra L., 304 Huntington Rd., Easley, p. 1, 56 Dew, Linley S., 1101 Prince William Rd., North Myrtle Beach Dill. Randdll T. — Chairman — Math. 1407 Pio- neer Dr., Anderson; B.S., Berea College; M.S., Clemson University, (1974), p. 108 Dillard, Roger D., 4 Hartsville P.O. Box 83, Taylors, p. 165 Dillard, Timothy F., P.O. Box 1176, Greenwood, p. 165 Dodgens, T. Scott, Rt. 1, Starr Dominick. R. Glenn. Rt. 12 Parkwood Dr.. Ander- son Donaldson. M.F, Leigh, 412 Delray Circle, Green- ville, p. 134 Dooley. Inga D. Rt. 4 Box 423 Belton. p. 126. 134. 135 Dosher, Franky Asa. Rt. 2 Box 113, Pelzer, p. 134, 142 Douglas, Aaron, 606 Chase St. Florence, p. 134, 165 Doxey. Debra Lynn, 1234 Hillside Dr.. Hanahan. p. 134 Drake. Steve R.. Rt. 2. Belton Dresback, Mrs. Lee V. — Home Economics. Box 643. Greenville: B.S.. Ohio State University. (1979) Drost. Wayne. 105 Northeast Third St., Seneca Drummond. Rhonda L, 7 Richwood Drive, Greenville, p. 12, 41. 53, 134 Dubose, Carol, 116 Briarwood Dr., Belton Dubose. Candice F„ 100 Folger St.. Clemson DuBose. Mrs. Ted (Brenda) — Assistant Librarian, Rt. 2. Century Hills, Pendleton, B.A., Tift College; M.A., Appalachian State University (1969) Ducom, Jacquelyn E.. 512 Smithmore St., Ander- son Duncan. Francine D., Rt. 2, Box 589. Orange- burg, p. 134 Duncan, Kenneth, 323 Katherine St.. Easley Duncan, Patricia C, Rt. 1 Edgebrook Drive, An- derson Duncan, Rick H., Rt. 1. Box 36, Williamston, p. 48, 49, 185 Dunford, Patsy, p. 134 Dunn, Karen Kris, 9 Skyland Ave.. Greenville, p. 135 Dunn. Susan, 3521 Soundbrook Lane. Columbia Dupree, Teresa E.. P.O. Box 268, Goose Creek, p. 135 Durham, Anthony Lane, 468 Hollingsworth Dr., Easley Durham, Susan C. 121 Hathaway Circle, Green- ville, p. 12. 42, 38, 135 Duritzo, Lisa D.. 111 Aldridge Dr., Greenville Durnford, Patsy L., 109 Wilshire, Greenville Dutton. Cliff — Maintenance, 306 Hugh St., An- derson, p. 122 Dyar, James Ervin, 508 Masters Drive, Anderson, p. 135 Dyar, Joel Wayne, 2712 Lane Ave., Anderson Earle. N. Diane, P.O. Box 587. Walhalla, p. 165 Easley, Jenny Lee — Admissions Counselor, 1915 Inman Drive, Anderson, p. 95 Eaton, Christopher L.. 2818 Woodridge. Ander- son Edgar, Tami Owens, 5 Tasha Dr.. W. Pelzer Edge. Kristi C.L., 290 Riverbend Apts., Greenville, p. 165 Edwards, Derek M., 213 Meadowlane. Easley Edwards. Dan S.. 117 Pine Needle Tr.. Anderson Edwards, Jr., John — Director of Athletics, 2507 Saxony Drive, Anderson; B.S., Stetson University; M.A., University of Maryland (1978) Edwards, Patricia Anne, 1325 Cardinal Drive, West Columbia, p. 68. 69. 74. 75, 165 Egan, Steve M., 51 1 W. Hampton, Sumter, p. 165 Ek, David A.. Rt. 3, Box 341 D, Greenwood, p. 65 Elder, B. Gaye, 124 Carter Hgts., Gaffney. p. 165 Elgin. C. Michael, Rt. 2. Iva Elkins. Clifton C. 1831 Legrande Rd.. Columbia, p. 82 Elliott, Francis M., Rt. 12, Box 185, Anderson, p. 126, 135 Elliott, Nancy G. — Reading Study, 3-C Con- cord Apts.. Anderson. B.S., Limestone College; M.A., Clemson University, (1975), p. 54, ,85 Elliott, Tommy E.. 14 Henderson St., Greenville, p. 135 Elliott, Timothy J.. 1702 Hillgate. Anderson, p. 56. 58 Ellis, Barbara Jean, 213 S. Boulevard, Anderson Ellis, Lillie M., Rt. 5, Box 592. Seneca, p. 135 Ellison, James Matthew, 116 Carolyn Road, Eas- ley English, Dr. Carl Dean — Sociology, 3005 Le- Conte Rd.. Anderson. A. A., Anderson College. B.A., Erskine College, Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Further study, University of Georgia (1967) Epps. Shelia A., 125 Carter St., Greenville, p. 43, 165 Epton, Laura E., 228 McDonald Ave.. Greenville, p. 135 Erb, Dale — Maintenance. Rt. 9, Box 448, Ander- son, p. 122 Evans, Charles, Rt. 4. Box 367, Belton Evins, Gregory G., Box 87, Travelers Res t Ewing, David Philip, 802 Windy Hill Dr.. Anderson Fabian, Anne R.. 55 Legare, Charleston, p. 165 Faile, John — Physical Science (Night School). 106 Calvary Hill Circle, Easley Fair, Peter L., 113 P. Bondout Gardens. Kingston, p. 47, 60, 61, 165 Fallenstein, Lisa, Rt. 17. Box 324, Lexington, p. 165 Fallow, Georgette W., 2203 Hillgate Rd., Ander- son Fant, Hattie, Rt. 5, Box 314 Fant Dr., Beton Fant, M. Todd, 114 Carter Oak Dr., Anderson, p. 76. 77 Farmer, Vicki F., 905 Gordon St.. Anderson p 135 Farr, John W., 16 Hunts Bridge Rd.. Greenville, p 8, 39, 53. 136 Farr, Teresa A., 1475 Sunset, Orangeburg, p. 165 Farrior, Lloyd Castle. 2504 Aaron, Conway p 165 Faulk, Lisa D.. 5917 Hagood Ave., Hdnahan, p 125, 165 Faulk, Rick, 5917 Hagood Ave., Hanahan. p. 136 Fay, Dr. Alice DA. (Louis E.) — Chemistry, 614 Marshall Avenue. A.B., Radcliffe College; Ph.D., University of California; Postdoctoral Fellow, Cornell University (1974), p. 100 Fay. Delia, 614 Marshall Avenue, Anderson p 52 Felder, John M., P.O. Box 5, Bowmon. p. 165 Felder. Yvonne K., Rt. 2, Box 21-B, Bowman Ferguson, Cynthia J., 818 Jeb Stuart Rd., Charleston, p. 11, 136 Ferrell, Norman R., 133 Palmetto Ave., Belve- dere, p. 48, 136 Fields, Kim. Rt. 2, Box 160, Belton, p. 165 Fields. Sharon Renee. Rt. 1. Box 246, Williamston p. 15, 136 Fields, Jr., Charlie W.. Rt. 2, Box 388, Hartsville, p. 165 Findley, Anna Helen, 200 Asbury Circle, Easley, p. 42. 54, 52, 125, 136 Fleming, Lisa Gail, Rt. 4, Lake Secession. Abbe- ville Fleming. Lisa Michele, 307 Pine Branch Dr.. Tay- lors, p. 136 Fleming, JohnL. — Maintenance, 1004 O ' Nal St., Belton, p. 122 Flournoy. Larry, 103 1st East, Hampton Floyd, Sylvia June, Route 1, Box 32, Marion, p. 52, 54, 132. 136 Floyd. Jr., Alfred J.. 35 Bland Ave.. Sumter Flynn, Michael R.. 3903 Allston Street, Anderson Fogle, Donna E., P.O. Box 75, Elloree, p. 136 Ford. Chdrlotte O., 604 Bear Drive. Greenville Fore, James E., P.O. Box 115. 206 Pine St., Latta. p. 137 Foster, Heyward Joseph, 504 South C Street. Easley Foster. Perry C, 1746 East North St., Greenville Foster, III, Traverse S., 40 Lanneau Dr.. Greenville p. 137 Fowler, Connie M., Rt. 1 Box 217, Starr, p. 137 Fowler, David M., Star Route, Walhalla Fowler. Stewart A., 305 Nelson Drive, Anderson p. 137 Fowler, Stuart G.. 911 Pioneer Rd.. Pendleton Fraley, Barry, 506 Gregory St., Timmonsville Fraley, Jay, 506 Gregory St., Timmonsville Franklin, Richard H. — Vice President for Student Development, 736 Marshall Avenue. Anderson Frazier. Raymond Conrad, 7 Grahl Court, Green- ville. 7. 62. 76, 77 Freeman, Mrs. Carrie Lou — Housekeeper, Rt. 1, Belton Frederick, David C, 1208 Maple Avenue, Evans- ville Freire, Isabel M., 1117 Ruple Dr.. Orangeburg p 137 Friend, Diane Jean, 705 Westchester Dr., Ander- son Fries. Robert H. — Astronomy and Physics, P.O. Box 1274, Anderson, A.B.. Middlebury College; M.S.. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1974) Funk. Mrs. Robert B. (Betty M.) — Director of Reading Studying. 508 Timberlane. Anderson; A.B.. Occidentdl College. M.Ed.. The College of William and Mary; Further study, The College of William and Mdry, The College of Notre Dame (1975) Fruster, Sarah, Rt. 3 Box 374, Central Furtick, Stephen Thomas, N. Main. Leesville. p. 7 Gabbard. Mrs. Carolyn — Secretary, Counseling Center. 200 Ponce deLeon Dr.. Anderson Gabbard, Theresa M.. 200 Galloway, Vicki L., 7 Andrea Drive, Greenville Gambrell, Jacqueline D., 111 Jennings St.. Laur- ens, p. 137 Gambrell, Timothy S., Rt. 3, Box 268, Anderson Gardner, Darlene C, Rt. 5, Box 3058, Orange- burg, p. 43, 48 Gardner, Lisa D., Route 2 Box 471-A.. Gaffney Garrett, Craig S., 507 West D Ave.. Easley, p. 8, 137 Garrett, Grace E.. 10 Elmwood Ave.. Taylors, p. 137 Garrett, L. Michele, P.O. Box 4. Laurens Garrison. Mrs. W.G (Barbara M.) — Library Assis- tant. Route 2, Anderson, p. 137 Garrison, John Osburn, 104 Carlton Ct., Ander- Gates. Julie T., P.O. Box 1014. Clayton, Ga. p 138 Gates. Nancy R.. P.O. Box 44, Ballentine, p. 4. 52 138 Gentry. Gregory P., Clemson Blvd., Sandy Springs Gibson, Corl D., Rt. 1. Sdluda Gibson, D. Annette. Route 1, Fair Play. p. 47 Gibson. Don Harvey. Rt. 3. Box 324, Central Gibson, Mary, 100 Wood Avenue. Greer Giles. Mirium. Rt. 14, Box 44, Jacqueline La. Greenville Giles. David — Maintenance. Box 122. Iva p 122 Gillespie. Margaret A.. 207 Abbey St., Westmin- ister, p. 38, 138 Gillespie, Todd Alexander, 109 Brookwood Dr., Greenville Gilliard, Yvonne. 419 Sims Street. Anderson Gilmer. Pamela Denise. Rt. 6. Box 75. Seneca Gilmore. David, Rt. 1. Box 88. Fortmotte Gilstrap, Carol Jean, Rt. 1. Champlain Dr., Greenville, p. 42, 138 Ginn, Cynthia S.. 104 Cox Drive. Belton Ginn, Sheila A.. 222 West College, Royston, Ga. p. 68, 69, 138 Girgis, Hala F.. 14 Gurley Ave.. Greenville, p. 47 138 Gleason, Eunice R.. 1501 Phyllis Dr., Anderson p. 138 Gleaton, Catherine, Route 2, Swansea, p. 138 Goin. Merry B., Bypass 26. Abbeville, p. 56. 57 Gollinhugh. Donna. 100 Walnut Rd.. Anderson Gore. Blaine. Mellyn St.. Piedmont Gosch. Sherrie L, 4 Lombardi Ct.. Manahan. p. 5. 138 Gosnell, Sybil Anne, 1807 Cedar Lane Rd., Greenville, p. 139 Goulet, Leslie J.. 1621 Parkins Mill Rd.. Greenville, p. 47 Gourlay, Hugh M., 118 Strode Circle. Clemson, p. 48. 139 Graham. Mrs. Tom (Lynda) — Cashier. Rt. 3. Box 453, Anderson, p. 117 Grant, Brian K„ Route 1, Townville Grant. Mrs. PA. (Ruby) — History (Night School). 2006 Linddle Rd.. Anderson Grant, Sandra D.. 610 S Strioling St., Seneca Gray, Mrs. Clyde E. (Ola W.) — Secretary. Finan- cial Aid Office. 2403 Lane Avenue, Anderson, p. 95 Gray, Jr., Rupert A.. 27 B Martin, Clemson Grebien, Denise M., 25 Westbrook Lane, Green- ville Green, Gerald H. Nottingham Rd., Clinton, p. 81. 83, 139 Green, M. Shdron. Nottinghom Rd., Clinton, p. 139 Greene, Jerry H., P.O. Box 149, Elko Greene, Karen Darlene, 612 Butler Springs Rd.. Greenville, p. 56. 59, 60, 61 Greene, R. Michael, 831 reidville Rd.. Spartan- burg, p. 8 Greene, Sharon E.. Rt. 8. 2427 Broadwdy Lake. Anderson Greene T. Duane. Route 1. Box 311. Marietta Greer. Mrs. Carl (Sarah B.) — English, 103 W. Greer, Honea Path; B.A., Furman University; M.A., Furman University. Further study. Duke University. University of Georgia, Clemson University. (1971). p. 133 Greer, Dorsey Edward, 102 Joan Dr.. Easley, p. 139 Gregory. Mary C. 41 Heathwood Dr.. Charles- ton, p. 139 Gresman, Wakenda A., 105 Fisher Drive. Hartwell. Ga.. p. 139 Griffin, Millicent, 2604 Duncan St., Anderson Griffin. Phillip C. Thomolpos. Jakarta Griffith. Clara Snell. 319 Kingsway. Clemson Gross. Wanda A., 508 Penarth Sr.. Greenville Grubbs. Alice, 117 Peart Ave., Greenville Grumbles, Jr. Horace J.. 607 Fairmount Rd.. An- derson Hadaway. Randell Lee, 200 Childress Circle. Greenville Hagood, Dorothy L., 113 Hagood Dr.. Seneca, p. 53 Hall. Brenda Kay. Rt. 8, Broadway Lk„ Anderson Hall, Ginger L.. 402 McNeil Dr.. Anderson, p. 39. 43 Hall, Mildred — Crowe ' s Security, p. 121 Hall. Regina. Rt. 2. Donalds Ham. Gerald O.. 336 McAllister Rd.. Greenville, p. 8 Hamilto n, Ben W.. 1422 Willtop Dr.. Anderson 185 186 Hamilton, Charlotte A.. Rt. 4. Pine Haven Ext.. Laurens, p. 8 Hamilton. James Barry, 157 Roller Rd.. Orange- burg Hamilton. Vanessa M.. 1408 Newell St.. Ander- son, p. 139 Hancock, Ms. Dorah — Library Assistant, 13-1 Bailey Court Apts.. Anderson Haney. Janice L. 11 Afton Court. Greenville, p. 139 Haning, Douglas A.. P.O. Box 1281. Seneca, p. 140 Hankins. Jr.. Harry H„ Rt. 1, Box 431-A, Pelzer Harrelson, Mark A.. 1903 S. Hazard, Georgetown Harris. Teresa K.. P.O. Box 27. Ballentine, p. 140 Harris, Vicki Jo, 2112 Fairlawn Cr., Cayce Harrison, Carole Ann P., 13 Zelma Dr., Greenville, p. 39. 140 Harrison, Janet D., Route 1, Greer Harrison. Lisa F.. 3 Reed St., Pelzer Hartsell, Paula, Rt. 2. Enoree Harvin. Stephen L.. 51 Calhoun Dr., Sumter Hatcher, Ann Marie, Route 13, Anderson Hawk, Katherine S„ Rt. 2 Box 198. Walhalla Hawkins. Melanie L.. Rt. 9 Box 450. Anderson Hawkins. Sherry L, Rt. 2 Box 170-H. Seneca, p. 52. 53. 54 Hayes, Matthew J., 513 E Richardson Cr., Harts- ville Hayes. Michael W.. 603 Derry Down Way. An- derson Hayes. Russell E.. 203 Tindal Ave.. Greenville Haynes. Peter, 3415 Clemson Blvd.. Anderson Haynie. David. 116 Pine Circle, Belton Haynie, M. Melissa. Rt. 7. Box 4, Anderson Haynie. Richard A., 300 Bryson Dr., Laurens, p. 140 Head, Glenn R., 1 Mdnly Dr., Greenville, p. 39 Headden, Terry, 201 Northlake Rd.. Columbia, p. 2, 62 Heam, James C, 3650 Deerfield, Columbia Hegler, Patricia A.. 110 Morgan Circle, Simpson- ville Helms. Mandee Elizdbeth. 405 Chestnut Blvd.. Anderson Helton. Barry, 206 Cedar Circle, Easley Hemingway, William L., 107 N. Rosemary Ave., Andrews Henderson, David Paul. 17 Eisenhower Drive. Greenville, p 64, 65 Henderson, Karen Lynn, 119 Pinewood Dr.. Greer, p. 41, 140 Henderson. Phyllis, 207 Robinson St.. Greenville. p. 39, 43, 168 Hendricks, Sandra J.. P.O. Box 127. Easley Henry, Robin L.. 104 Cardinal Dr., Clemson, p. 48, 49 Hentz, Jim A., P.O. Box 359. Newberry, p. 168 Hicks, Larry, 133 Stone Dr.. Anderson Hicks. Patricia E., 104 Mahaffey St.. Belton Hicks, Tammy D., Route 2, Lavonia, Ga., p. 15, 140 Higgins, , Mrs. Elizabeth T. — Math. 20-R Mills Rd., Clemson; B.S.. University of North Carolina: M.S.. Clemson University (1979). p. 108 Hill, Allison P.. 5311 Hartford Cr„ North Charles- ton, p. 48. 168 Hill, Bonnie M., Wellington Pk., St. George, Ber- muda, p. 15. 140 Hill. Dorothy Jean, 2291 Engineers Dr., Marietta, p. 140 Hill, James, Rt. 1, Piedmont Hill, Jerry L.. Popular Lane. Anderson Hiott, Rosanne. 909 Meadow Lane, Anderson Hipp. David M.. 200 Doublebrook Dr.. Laurens, p. 140. 156 Hits, Mrs. Susan — English (part-time), B.A.. Win- throp College; M.A., Clemson University. Further study. Alliance Francaise Ecole. Neuchatel Uni- versity (1979), p. 104 Hodges, John Jr., — Maintenance. 103 Lee St., Anderson, p. 85. 122 Hodges. Juanita M., Rt. 6. Box 94, Elberton, Ga., p. 48, 52, 168 Hoffman, Ronald. 7006 Groveton Dr., Clinton, Md., p. 76. 77 Hoffman. Robert Jr., 1304 Mendover Way, An- derson, p. 47, 168 Holcomb, Kim G.. 200 Oa ' : Street. Hartwell, Ga., p. 168 Holcombe, Jimmy L., 5 Marble St., Greenville, p. 168 Holcombe, Michael. 2418 Pope Dr.. Anderson Holden, Horace Herman, Rt. 1, Box 502, Wahalla Holden, Tanya C, Rt. 1, Box 502, Wahalla. p. 168 Holland. Charles M.. Route 1. Hartwell Holland, Robert B„ Route 1, Box 6-A, Fountain Inn, p. 141 Holland, Timothy M., 78 Winfield Rd.. Greenville, p. 39 Holliday. Leonard R., Mize Road Rt. 4, Belton Holman. George. 1206 Rutledge Wdy. Anderson Holman. George F. — Business Administration (Night School). 1704 Millgate Rd.. Anderson Holmes. Annette, Route 1, Box 47, Trenton, p. 53. 168 Holmes, Barrett, Route 1, Endre ' e, p. 168 Holmes, Connie Ruth, Route 1, Bowman, p. 141 Hook. Sandra. Rt. 2. Box 230. North, p. 38. 53. 56. 58. 168 Hooper, Bonnie Lynn. 2428 McDuffie, Anderson Hooper, Joy Elizabeth, Rt. 2 Dixon Rd., Anderson, p. 168 Hooper, David Lee Jr., 607 Rantowles Road, An- derson, p. 141 Hopf, Tammy M., 15 Plainfield Cr., Greenville, p 42, 141 Hopkins, A. Lorraine, Rt. 2 Box 281, Pelzer, p. 60 61, 168 Houghton, Kari E., Rt. 1 Box 492-D, Bryson City, p 141 Howard, Billy H., 8 Blackstone Dr., Greenville, p. 2 81, 141 Howard, Kathryn A.. 25 Selwyn Dr.. Greenville, p 43. 168 Howard. Furman Duane II, P.O. Box 235. Andrews Hudson, A. Jill, 16 Terrain Dr.. Greenville Huff. Ms. Betty — Business Office Bookkeeper. 3 Academy Dr., Williamston, p. 117 Huggins. George, 1 Hale St., Pelzer Huggins, Wendell, 16 Sagamore Ln.. Greenville Hughes. Debra L., B Wallace St., Laurens, p. 141 Hughes. Jack H. Jr.. Rt. 6. Anderson, p. 168 Hughes. W. Michael Jr.. Box 132. Honea Path, p. 48, 49, 168 Hughey. Marilyn, Rt. 3 Box 65-A, Iva Hughey. Rhonda K., 102 Willenhall Lane, Green- ville, p. 141 Hughey. W. Glen — Math. Rt. 11, Box 551. An- derson; A. A., North Greenville Junior College; B.A.. Cumberland University; M.Ed.. Furman Uni- versity, (1964), p. 108 Huiet, George W., P.O. Box 164, Trenton, p. 142 Hulsey. Roger K.. 300 Lavonne Ave., Easley, p. 168 Hunt, Bryant Thomas. 4016 Mildred Street, Co- lumbia, p. 64, 65 Hunter, Carolyn B., Route 10. Box 76. Anderson. p. 168 Hunter, Pamela T., 206 Caughlin Ave., Anderson, p. 142 Hyman, Donna Jo, Long Bay Estates, Myrtle Beach, p. 142 Ifkouits, , Mr. Edward (Gerri) — Secretary, Busi- ness Administration. 504 Timberlane. Anderson Inabinet. Carol R., Rt. 10 Box 76, Greenwood, p. 48, 50. 169 Infinger. Elizabeth A.. 809 Waterloo Court. Charleston, p. 169 Isbell. Timothy M.. 321 Buchannon Cir., Pendleton Isom. Belinda D., 1 108 S. Tower St.. Anderson, p. 43. 48. 142 Ivester, Shelia Anne. Rt. 5 Box 247, Belton, p. 169 Jabber, Freddy E.. Rt. 1. Box 11-C, Ninety-Six, p. 169 Jacks, Dr. Shirley R. (Richard) — Chairman, Lan- guages. 8 Stewart St., Williamston; A. A., Mars Hill College; B.A.. Carson-Newman College; M.A., University of North Carolina; Further study. Bob Jones University, University of Tennessee, Fur- man University, Converse College, University of South Carolina, University of Georgia (1972) Jackson. Karen Melissa. Rt. 10 Reed Road, An- derson, p. 43, 142 Jackson, Laura C. 811 Stone Creek Dr., Ander- son, p. 142 Jackson, Robert, Rt. 1 McGee Rd., Anderson Jackson, Tommy. Rt. 7 Box 122-H. Lexington Jacky. Frank, 1202 Stonehurst Dr.. Anderson, p. 142, 169 Jacky. Robert F.. 1202 Stonehurst Dr., Anderson Jacques, Robert James, 208 Bridgewood, Tay- lors Jamerson. C. Scott, 18 Langley St., Pelzer James. Dennis Warren — Dept. Chr. English. W. South 4th St. Box 1282, Seneca; B.A., Clemson University; M.A.. Clemson University; Further study, University of Georgia, (1970), p. 102 Jameson, Jr. Charlie R. Rt. 1. Box 70-F, Sumter, p. 169 Jamison, Sandra M., 604 Heyward Rd.. Anderson Jammal, Meher Jay, Chris A., 1320 Summer St., Newberry, p. 169 Jenkins, Rickey, Route 8, Box 542, Anderson Jenkinson. Ben Jr.. 546 Rockmont Rd.. Greenville, p. 9. 83. 169 Jester, Deborah A., Route 1. Peidmont, p. 15, 142 Johnson, Chet. 247 Pine Valley, Royston, p. 169 Johnson, Dana, 1005 Winding Road, Conway, p. 142 Johnson, Gwendolyn, 215 Rutherford Rd., Greenville, 12, 42, 143 Johnson, G. William, 29 Humbert St., Anderson, p. 169 Johnson, Jennifer L.. 615 Lakeside Dr., Conway, p. 48, 143 Johnson. Michael, 605 Goldman, Clemson, p. 47 Johnson, Jovanna M., 1105 North 4th Ave.. Dil- lon, p. 169 Johnson, Kimberly A., 749 East Main. Laurens, p. 43. 169 Johnson. Leslie R.. 8 Sunrise Point St.. Clover Johnson. Melinda J.. 128 Folkstone St.. Greenville Johnson. Marion L. Jr.. P.O. Box 103. Batesburg, p. 143 Joiner. Linda L., Route 1 Box 241. Vance, p. 143 Jones. Derian Alison, 117 Woodland Drive, Greenville, p. 169 Jones, Frederic D. — Business Administration, 515 Evans St. Anderson Jones, Gwendolyn, Rt. 1, Box B-19, Calhoun Falls Jones. Jr.. Mrs. H.W. (Mary) — : 1810 Lindale Rd.. Anderson, p. 87 Jones, J. Bradley. 220 Arnold Dr., Anderson Jones. Kathy A.. Route 2. Box 292. Hartwell. Ga. Jones, Michael T., Rt. 3. Box 334, Central Jones, Otis, 2800 Belhaven Rd.. Anderson Jones. Pamela J.. 39 Stond Dr.. Greenville, p. 143 Jones. Sally M. 203 Doublebrook Dr.. Laurens, p. 143 Jordan. Chris A.. 384 M Hollyknol. Hockessin, De. Joye, Amie, Rt. 4, Wilderness Trail, Anderson Kamata. Hideki. 1900 7th Street, Apt. 3, Berkley, Ca., p. 161. 169 Kasey, S. Mike. 185 Brightwater Dr.. Apt. 2. Clearwater, Fla. Kay, Tamara R.. 112 Pecan Drive. Hartwell. Ga., p. 143 Kelley, C. Blake. 100 Meridian Ave., Taylors, p. 8. 169 Kelley, Deegie L., 402 Timberlane, Anderson, p. 169 Kelley. Judy D.. Rt. 2 Box 348. Wahalla Kelley. Marilyn D.. Route 1 Box 312. Greer, p. 36. 40, 42. 143 Kelley. Robert E.. 411 Caughlin Ave.. Anderson Kelley, Robin Barrett — Biology, 402 Timber Lane. Anderson. B.S.. Wofford College: M.Ed.. Clemson University. Further study, Medical Col- lege of South Carolina, Arizona State University (1962), p. 35, 100 Kelley, Susan Camille- 1 1 1 Sunderland Way, Greenville, p. 38, 43, 143 Kelly, Frances J., Route 2 Box 367, Williamston, p. 144 Kelly, Kimberly A., Rt. 2, Box 203-C, Central Kelly. Keith. 207 Dogwood Lane. Easley, p. 169 Kelly, Robert B., Route 3, Piedmont, p. 144 Kennedy, Anne West, 104 Cherokee Circle, An- derson Kennedy, Melanie G.. 1058 Texel Lane, Clark- ston, Ga., p. 41 Kenrick, Steven W., 8 Flintlock Dr.. N. Augusta Kidd, Sanford — Chaplain Director of Campus Ministries. 510 Drayton Circle. Anderson; B.A.. Augusta College; M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (1976), p. 52. 54, 1 1 1, 132 Kierce. David, Rt. 10 Box 380, Anderson, p. 169 Kiger, Chris, 12 Tiftgreen Cr., Columbia Kikgore. Melissa D., Rt. 10 Box 251-A. Anderson, p. 144 Kinard, Peggy D., Rt. 1, Sox 61, Williomston, p. 15, 39, 144 King, Carol A., Nottingham Rd., Clinton, p. 170 King, Mrs. James H. Jr.. (Ann) — Sec Athletic Department, 1 14 Tanglewood Drive, Anderson King, Katherine Ann, Rt. 1, Cobbs Way, Ander- son King. Karen. Rt. 1, Cobbs Way. Anderson, p. 170 King. Mrs. Milton (Mae) — Bookstore Asst., Box 404, Belton, p. 117 King. Ralph L.. Route 1, Fountain Inn King, Shera, Anderson King, Timothy N., 2813 Leconte Rd., Anderson, p. 50. 170 King. Winfred M.. 468 Gray St.. N.W. Atlanta, Ga., p. 8, 64. 65 Kinhan, L. Cole. P.O. Box 847. Estill Klosky. Richard. 509 Boulevard. Anderson Kirby. Carol. 625 Boulevard Rd., Sumter Knight, Rodger, 401 Binewood Lane, Anderson, p. 144 Knoble, Stuart Jay, 200 North Ave., Anderson Knox, Gracie M„ 247 Clinkscale Dr., Seneca Koeble, Jeanne F.. Cumberland Way. Anderson, p. 144 Koger, W. Gary, 515 Forest Hills Dr., Walterboro, p. 170 Kohlmayer, Edward M., 2601 Woodbridge Dr., Anderson, p. 50 Kosanke, Scott W„ Rt. 4, Box 251, Anderson Kuykendall, Robin F., 1802 Sansbury Dr., Ander- son Lackey, Amanda L.. 507 Eaton St., Central, p. 170 Lambert, Michael R., P.O. Box 314, Johnsonville. p. 170 Lancaster, Lee Allison, 124 Bomarc Lane, Satel- lite Beach, Fla., p. 170 Lancianese, Dino M., 122 Vanderbilt Cr., Green- ville, p. 36, 54, 144 Lane, Charles Alan, 121 Woodberry dr., Easley Langford, Richard E.. 205 Sears St.. Anderson Lanham. Diane. Rt. 1 Box 61, Plum Branch, p. 170 Lanzone. Theresa Marie. Route 5. Venus Ct.. Greenville Lanson, Michael F., Rt. 12. Woodcreek Rd., An- derson Latham, Lillian L., Rt. 12, Anderson, p. 170 Lawrimore, Jill D., 2309 Westfield St.. Bdrnwell Lawton, Wilma J., 414 Ansel Ave.. Varnville. p. 68. 69 Lecroy, Judy R., Rt. 1, Box 165-A. Bowman, p. 144 Ledford. Phyllis, C, Rt. 2. Box 121, Travelers Rest Lee, Gloria Dianna, Rt. 9, Box 395-A, Anderson, p. 170 Lee, Morilyn L, Rt. 3. Box 328, Anderson, p. 47, 144 Lee, Pomela L., Rt. 11. Box 203 Pioneer. Ander- son, p. 39. 41. 145 Lee. Paul T., 217 Elaine Ave.. Taylors, p. 145 Legrand, W. Tim, 124 Sherwood Forest, Laurens. p. 170 Leighton. Karen L.. 5304 Eillen St.. Charleston, p. 48, 170 Lemaster, Chris T.. Rt. 8 Box 717. Gaffney Lewis. Carroll Ray, Rt. 1 Box 145-A, Nebo, NC, p. 61 Lewis, Darryl Anthony, 7730 Greymount Street, Landover, Md., p. 65 Lewis. Melinda A.. Route 2, Greenview Dr.. An- derson Litman, Mrs. Willie Lee — Housekeeper, 508 Jef- ferson Avenue, Anderson Lineberger, Mary Nell, RE. Desan Martin. Buenos Aires, p. 48, 145 Lipscomb, Michael, 824 S. Johnson St., Gaffney, p. 8 Lister, Timothy D., 6 Flacon Drive. Taylors Little. W. Clark. 204 Brookside Way. Greenville, p. 145 Lloyd, Denise, 317 E 148th Street. New York. p. 68. 69 Locke. Tereso C. Rt. 1 Pine Top Rd., Belton Lollis, Dan William. 107 Meeks Drive. Belton Lollis, Terry E.. 102 Hyde Circle. Mduldin. p. 170 Lomas, Mark Ellington, 2901 Echo Trail, Anderson Long. Cynthia L.. 2504 Poplar Ln. Anderson, p. 145 Long, Glenn E.. 89 S. Greenwich Dr.. Wahalla Long, Mrs. Stan (Patricia) — Data Entry Clerk, P.O. Box 1981. Rt. 9, Aubuin Dr.. Anderson Looney. Tammay M.. Rt. 1 Box 50. Martin, p. 170 Looper, Cyndi, Rt. 9, Box 119, Easley Lossman, Kimberley E., 201 Batesview St., Greenville Louthian Jr., Guy Bechtler, 68 Ellen Dr., Sumter Loving. Matt P.. 842 Adgar Rd., Columbio. p. 170 Lundy, Sandra Kay, 4713 Fielder Street, Tampa, Fl. Lunsford, Janet, Rt. 7, Kendington Rd., Greenville Lyle, Kathy K., 24 Westchester Rd., Easley Lynch. Pam S., Rt. 2 Box 140-A, Lake City Lynn, Cathy B., P.O. Box 248, McCormick, p. 48, 49 Mabry, Carl Bryant, 235 Livingston, Orangeburg Mack, N. Renee, P.O. Box 325, Bowman, p. 48, 170 Mackey, Dennis. Rt. 1. Starr, p. 170 Mackey. L. Elizabeth. 1013 A Colonial Villa. Co- lumbia, p. 170 Madden, Mark, 213 Timber Lane, Anderson Maddox, Gina R., 12 Foresthill Rd.. Belmont, p. 170 Mahaffey. Ms. Martha — Business Office Super- visor, 1004 Power Street, Anderson, p. 117 Mahaffey. Timothy A.. 104 Charlton Cr.. Easley Mandrell, Dr. N. Eugene — Psychology, 905 Pine Cone Trail; B.A., Oklahoma Baptist University; M.Div.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Th.M.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Further study. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Missouri Baptist Hospital, Central State Hospital, Norton Psychiatric Clinic (1964) Mandrell, Mrs. N. Eugene (Marion) — Psycholo- gy, 905 Pine Cone Trail. Anderson; A.A., North Greenville Junior College; B.A.. Carson-Newman College; M.R.E., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. M.Ed.. Clemson University (1965) Manning Jr., Timothy Hugh, Rt. 1, Starr, p. 145 Manwaring, Mike C, Rt. 1 Goshen Rd., Panama, NY. Marett, Michael C, 114 Maxwell Ave.. Anderson Marshall. Thomas W., P.O. Box 292. Camden p 145 Martin. Barry D., 21 Austin St. Williamston Martin. Blair E., 2003 Millgate Rd., Anderson p 145 Martin, Cynthia D., 14 Huguenot Ave., Charles- ton, p. 43, 171 Martin, Dawn S., Rt. 1, Box 548. Central, p. 43 Martin, Donny — Maintenance, 23 1 West Morris Street, Anderson Martin. Glenn, 1203 E. Main St., Kingstree. p. 171 Martin, Janet. 407 S Old Central Rd.. Clemson Martin, Marilyn Lane, 306 E Caihoun Street, An- derson Martin. Robert A., Rt. 12. Donhill Rd.. Anderson Martin, Stephanie A., P.O. Box 116, Holly Hill Martin, T. Ernest, Rt. 10, Box 336, Anderson, p 171 Martin, Thomas W., Wildwood TrL, Myrtle Beach Martin, Jr.. Joe C, Rt. 7, Box 208, Anderson Martin II, Jack Ryan, Box 465. Summerton Marullo. Gerald E., 412 Shorecrest Dr.. Clemson Massey, Donald Oliver. P.O. Box 31,Clemson Blvd . La France Matheson, Kathie J.. Rt. 2, Box 414. Williamston, p. 60, 61 Mathews, Troye L., 269 Pinewood Ln.. Rock Hill, p. 68. 69 Mathis, Kathye D.. Box 268, Belton, p. 48, 171 Matson, Teresa M., 737 Leafwood Rd., Charles- ton Matthews, Shelley A., P.O. Box 216. Campobel- lo. p. 171 Mattoz. Marjorie E.. 215 Crestwood Dr.. Clem- son. p. 38. 145 Maxwell. David R.. Rt. 1. Abbeville, p. 171 Mayben. Judy E.. 3603 Fox Hill Road, Columbia, p. 12 McAlister, Joseph F.. 222 Buckingham Rd., Greenville, p. 8 McBride. Kathy L, Rt. 6, Box 114, Anderson, p. 114 McCallum, Elaine W., 1706-A North Blvd., Ander- son, p. 171 McCarley. James D.. 2410 Bellview Rd.. Ander- son, p. 38, 54. 53 McCarthy, Colleen, 916 Hammond Dr., N. Au- gusta, p. 171 McCaston. Norma Gail, P.O. Box 1178, Green- wood McCauley. Majane E„ 410 Leyswood Dr., Greenville, p. 147 McClain. Robert D.,6 Seminole Dr., Greenville, p. 147 McClain. Robert E., 2413 Edgewood Ave., An- derson, p. 147 McClain, Vicky L„ Rt. 2, Dallas Rd.. Donalds, p. 40, 171 McClain, W.L. Billy. 1613 Rogers Road. Anderson, p. 171 McClanahan. Gregory Alan — Math, P.O. Box 5164. Anderson McClellon Jr.. G. Martin, Rt. 1, Box 86, Singleton Rd., Anderson McClure, Janet E.. Rt. 13, Anderson McClure, Karen Owens. Rt. 11. Box 86, Singleton Rd., Anderson McCollum, Robert S., 1908 N. Main St.. Anderson McCombs, Tanya L.. 412 Forest Park Dr., Simp- sonville, p. 171 McConnell, Ross Blake, 15 N Irvine Street, Green- ville McConnell Jr., Francis E., 2050 Loblolly Lane, Orangeburg, p. 147 McCoy, Julianne, John De La Howe School. McCormick McCoy. Jeffrey Bryant. Rt. 1. Box 263. Stan- McCoy. Medina Leigh. Rt. 11. Box 396. Ander- son, p. 48 McCoy. Tammy. J.. Rt. 3. Melanie Dr.. Piedmont, p. 45. 147 McCraw. Trey G.. 9 Lowood Lane. Greenville, p. 147 McCullough, Mary Jane, Rt. 6. Box 239. Ander- son McCullough. Mrs. Josephine — Housekeeper. 505 Cathcart, Anderson McCurry. Jo Beth. Rt. 3 Box 140. Iva. p. 147 McCutcheon, Shelby J.. Rt. 1. Box 383. Cades p 171 McDaniel, Pam A.. Rt. 2. Box 14. Summerton McDaniel. Rhonda J.. 326 Parkway Drive. Easley. p. 52. 147 McCarter, Dr. Samuel — Art. 1224 Springdale Road. Anderson; B.A.. North Texas State Univer- sity; M.A.. North Texas State University. Ed.D.. North Texas State University. (1975) p. 47 McDaniel. William D„ 316 South Cedar Avenue. Andrews, p. 148 McDonald. Rhonda B.. 5 Windmere Drive. Greenville, p. 43. 148 McDuftie. Roy O.. 925 Cleveland Street. Green- ville, p. 171 McElhannon, David R., Route 14 Griffin Road. Greenville. McElroy, Elizabeth J., 306 Lincoln Road. York. p. 171 McEntyre. Samuel George, 110 Robinall Drive. Easley. McGaha. Kurt D., Route 4, Brevard, p. 1 8 McGee. Glenda L, Route 7 Box 164. Anderson McGee. Helen Y.. 32 11th St. Judson. Greenville p. 52, 171 McGowan, Daniel B., 15 Stanton Road, North Haven, CT. McGregor, Kathryn Axmann — Business Educa- tion, Route 9 Box 227. Anderson; B.S.. Winthrop College. M.A., Clemson University. (1961) p. 112 McGuffin. Timothy. 301 Heother Trail. Anderson p. 148 Mcintosh, Alberta. 608 South Fant Street. Ander- son. Mcintosh, Lonie J., Route 1. Elberton. GA. McKee. Dennis H. — Maintenance. 1 12 Inman Drive, Anderson, p. 122 McKenzie. Dawn L. 26-21st Avenue. Isle of Palms, p. 48. 171 McKinney. Calvin T. — Maintenance, 503 Con- cord Avenue, Anderson McKissick. Charles F., 245 McDaniel Avenue, Greenville, p. 144. 148 McMullan. Gary L. 404 Highland Drive. Elberton p. 8. 9, 148 McNeill, Mary E., 105 North Owens Street. Clin- ton, p. 171 McWhite, Nancy Lu, Box 8, Clarksville, VA. McWhite. William L., 30 Queen Ann Road, Greenville McWhorter. Renee C, Route 4. Pickens, p. 172 Meeks, Mrs. Ada P. — Social Secretary. 307 Moultrie Square. Anderson, p. 84, 97 Melton. Mrs. Grace W. — Evening Residential Assistant. 2607 Lane Avenue, Anderson, p. 91 Merritt Jr., David S., Route 3, Piedmont, p. 37. 148 Mesbahi, Mehrdad Metts, Jr. Fred Christopher — Religion, 100 Northgate Drive, Anderson; B.S., Texas Wesley- an College; M.S., Clemson University; Th.M., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; M.Ed.. University of Georgia. (1962) p. 111 Middleton. M. Glynda. Box 205. Summerton, p. 172 Miller, Beth D., 10 Rockwood Drive. Greenville, p. 172 Miller. Gary D.. 1831 Roan Avenue. North Augus- ta, p. 172 Miller. Margaret A., Route 1 Box 100. Edgefield, p. 15. 42. 148 Miller. Robert G.. Southland Avenue. Greenville. Miller Jr.. Wilton J., Route 4 Box 190. Travelers Rest. p. 38. 48. 148 Mills. Alana L., 517 W. Cambridge. Greenwood, p. 49 Mills. Brenda K.. Box 185. Lugoff. p. 149 Mills. Susan, Route 2 Box 108 A, Prosperity, p. 37, 149 Mims, Dr. Frances — English. 1212 Rutledge Way. Anderson; B.A.. Converse College; M.A. Wofford College; Ph.D.. University of South Carolina; Further study. Sorbonne. Clemson Uni- versity. (1974) p. 103 Mims. Jeri L.. 509 Richardson Circle. Hartsville Minter. Margaret R.. 720 Planters Drive, Colum- bia, p. 5 Mitchell. Gloria F.. Route 1. Travelers Rest. p. 149 187 1 88 Mitchell. Mich jel L, Route 3 Box 471 B, Aiken, p. 8. 34, 36, 149 Mitchell, Paul E., 402 Brown Avenue, Belton, p. 149 Mitchum. Cecil G. — Administrative Assistant. 407 Kingswood Drive. Greenville Mitchum. Mrs. Marquerite — Secretary to Regis- trar. 407 Kingswood Drive, Greenville Mize. Glenda Faye, Route 3 Box 217, Seneca Mize, Mark B., 1412 Hilltop Drive, Anderson, p. 149 Moghaddas, Shida Mohrmann, Joe K.. Route 6 Forrester Drive, Greenville Monts, Marshall Edward, Box 57, Irmo, p. 172 Moody. Daniel J., Box 787, Dillion, p. 149 Moody. Traci Chenenne. 200 Hamilton, William- ston. p. 60. 61. 149 Moon. Betty B.. 105 Braiarwood Drive. Belton Moore, Calvin W., 1 1 1 Cambridge Street, Abbe- ville, p. 52, 172 Moore. Everette. Route 11 Box 566. Anderson Moore, Gary M.. Route 12, Craft Road, Ander- son, p. 150 Moore, Janice A., 1417 Ridge Road, Hartwell. GA, p. 172 Moore, Karen, Route 2, Belton Moore, Carroll, Route 2, Starr , p. 172 Moore, S. Bruce. Box 771, Starr Moore, Vickie, Route 13 Box 377, Anderson Moorefield. Dawn C, 6 Braddock Drive, Taylors, p. 172 Morgan, Leon T„ 311 North Pine Street, Seneca. Morgan, Tracy Susan, 105 Dogwood Drive, Bel- ton Morris. Charlotte. Route 8 Box 142. Anderson, p 172 Morris. David M.. Route 5 Box 254. Seneca, p. 38 47, 48 Morris, George M., Route 1 Box 180, Sumter, p 39, 150 Morris, Joel Dean, Route 1 Box 418, Jonesville, p 52 Morris. Susan K.. 913 Cherry Road, Clemson. p 150 Morrow, James E.. Box 276, Duncan, p. 172 Morton. Donna A.. Route 4 Box 441. Seneca, p 172 Moses, John D., 44 Tucson Drive, Sumter Moussatos, Harilaos A., 3011 Hickory Street, Bur- ton. Mullan III, Edward, 826 O ' Sullivan Drive. Mt. Pleas- ant, p. 150 Mulligan, Mrs. Patrick P. — History, 309 Myrtle Avenue, Belton Mulligan. Patrick Van. 309 Myrtle Avenue. Belton Mullikin. W. Todd, Box 5225. Anderson Mullinax, Steven B., Box 112, Anderson, p. 150 Mumford. Donna, Box 1514, Clemson Murphy. Jana L, Route 3 Box 314. Belton, p. 150 Murphy. T. Gayle. Route 1 Box 18. Holly Hill. p. 43. 172 Myers, Daniel T., 22 Buttemutt Drive, Greenville. p. 150 Myers, Robin D., Fairy Street, Branchville. Nail, Douglas K.. 3 Quail Hill Drive, Greenville, p. 5 150 Nalley. Amy Leigh, 526 Drayton Circle, Anderson Nance, Linda Gail. 1706 Belton Street, Ander- son, p. 5, 38, 172 Nance, Nadine L., 704 Jenkins Street, Greenville, p. 7, 43, 47, 61 Neely, Shannon I., 101 Old Mill Road. Taylors p 39. 47, 172 Nelson, Anita Claire, 3 Fox Path Lane, Greenville, p. 172 Newton. Randloph H.. 108 Virginia Circle. Ander- son Newton, Tonia L., Box 501, Central, p. 151 Nichols, B. Bonte, Box 17 Lancaster Road, Ches- ter, p. 172 Nichols, Charisse D., 825 S. McDuffie Street, An- derson, p. 151 Nichols, Joanne Marie, 527 Fairmont Road, An- derson, p. 172 Nichols, Kathy Jean, 204 West Stone Avenue, Greenville, p. 36, 37, 40, 151 Nuckolls, A. Robbin. 103 Aldridge Drive. Green- ville, p. 40, 172 O ' Kelley, M. Julie. Route 1 Box 39, Comer, p. 172 O ' Quinn. Thomas L, 1 123 Mariner Drive. Charles- ton, p. 41 Ohl. Jr. Nelson, E., 145 Merryman Court, Annap- olis, MD., p. 37, 173 Orr, Marcus A., 107 Mayfair Circle, Easley. p. 151 152 Outz, Clay. 1602 Country Club Road. Elberton, GA.. p. 8. 173 Ouzts, James Wylie, 503 Gray Street. Edgefield, p. 151 Owen, Debra A., 106 Crestlawn Drive, Toccoa, GA.. p. 173 Owen, John L.. Route 2 Box 687. Williamston Owen, Meredith L.. 2313 Poplar Lane. Anderson, p. 151 Owens. Barbara, 4509 Lanier Avenue, Anderson Owens. James L. — Financial Aid, 405 Wildwood Drive, Anderson, p. 95 Owings. Franklin M., 4 Old Fox Trail, Clover, p. 92 Ozmint. Milton Ira, Route 3, Iva, p. 151 Padgett, Olin S. — Physical Plant, Route 1 Box 120, Iva, p. 122 Padhaisky, Lynne M.. 30 Lisa Drive, Greenville, p. 173 Paget. Patty R.. Box 376. Greer, p. 173 Painter, Cheryl H., 1010 Laura Street. Anderson, p. 173 Painter, Deborah E., 3 Woodharbor Drive. Route 4. Taylors, p. 173 Parham. Benjamin C, Route 3 Box 496, Latta, p. 56, 58, 173 Parker. Karen Marie. Route 1 Box 22, Johnston, p. 52. 53. 151 Parker, R. Scott. 132 Anthony Street. Gaffney Parnell, Kimberlee J.. Box 5621. Hilton Head. p. 152 Parrish. Jr., O. Smith — Admissions Director, 8-A- 1 Bailey Court Apartments, Anderson, p. 95 Patrick, Andy M.. 33 Williamsburg Manor, Green- ville, p. 39 Patterson, Melinda C, Route 10 Box 299. Easley, p. 173 Patterson, Paula J., 145 Mt. View Lane, Clem- son, p. 173 Patterson, P. Renee, Route 6 Box 427. Seneca, p. 173 Patterson, Thomas J., 34 Beck Avenue, Green- ville. Paul, Frederick A., 7712 Midwood Drive, Charles- ton Heights, p. 52, 53, 152 Paul, Sampson Leith, 1318 Brook Drive, Lancas- ter, p. 76. 77. 168. 173 Payne. Steven, 28 South Railroad Avenue East. Batesburg. Pearce. Ruby G.. 1008 East Calhoun Street, An- derson Pearce, Stephanie, 615 Broad River Drive, Bur- ton, p. 48. 49, 173 Peek, C. Regina, 1113 Hawthorne Road, Charleston, p. 173 Peoples, Tamra L.. 107 Robbins Avenue. Sumter. p. 173 Pelfrey. Jr., Tommy L., 1 Glenn Street, Anderson, p. 173 Penington, Mary W., 180 Heritage Circle, Mt. Pleasant, p. 38, 48. 173 Pennell. John R.. Roule 1, Greer, p. 173 Pennell III. J. Roy. Box 1417, Clemson Perry, C. Lisa, B ox 697. Hartwell, GA.. p. 173 Philhower, Andy C, 2050 Upper River Road. Ma- con, GA.. p. 173 Phillips. C. Lynn, 9 Marchant Street, Greenville, p. 56, 57, 174 Phillips, Saundra J., 3803 Manchester Road, Middletown, OH, p. 174 Philyaw. Lennie. 505 Winfield, Anderson Pickens. Brendd. Route 1 Box 347, Anderson Pinson, Michelle T., 108 Fruster Street, Clemson, p. 174 Pitts Jr.. Carl L.. 15 A Marlow Drive, Charleston, p. 8. 43, 54, 121, 152 Plake, K. Annette. Route 1 Box 110. Hodges, p 174 Player, Tim, 17 Lafayette Villa Apartments, Sum- ter Plowden, John R., Route 3 Box 7 P. Manning, p. 174 Plummer, Cheryl Elaine. 508 Cherry Street. Bel- mont. NC Poe. Donald F.. 15 Pecan Street, Manning, p 174 Poole, J. Eddie. Route 2 Box DH4, Gaffney Poole. Susan L, 1 128 Wembley Drive. Greenville, p. 152 Porter. Frankie — Physical Education. 418 North Street, Anderson; A. A., Montreat-Anderson Col- lege; B.A., University of South Corolina; M.A.. Uni- versity of South Carolina. (1976) p. 74 Posey. Terrell, 14 Terra Court. Greenville. Post. Doug, 719 Loblolly Drive, Anderson Powell, George O. 597 East Main Street. Laur- ens, p. 174 Powell. Mrs. Martha — Printing and Mailing. 310 Jeb Stuart Avenue. Anderson, p. 84, 97 Power, Jane, 1 15 Pinehurst Drive, Mauldin. p. 174 Power, Mary B.. 701 Shands Street. Clinton, p. 37. 40. 152 Powers. Christie Rose. 508 Creswell Avenue, An- derson, p. 174 Prater. Gwendolyn A.. Route 1 Box 52. Walhalla. p. 174 Pressley. William A.. 903 Pope Field Road. Easley Pristach, Peter, Canada, p. 76 Proctor. J. Allen. Route 1 Box 58. Sellers Pruitt, Angie. 213 Cherokee Road, Belton, p. 8, 174 Pruitt. Jana. Route 1 Box 161 A. Honea Path. p. 174 Pruitt. Kelly Leigh. 102 Eastcliffe Way. Greenville, p. 37. 48. 174 Pruitt. R. Keith. Route 1. Honea Path. Pruitt, William Fred, Route 1 Box 16, McCormick Pryor. Betty Jo — Biology. 109 Partridge Lane, Anderson; B.A. Tift College. M.Ed., University of Georgia. (1967) p. 100 Pulliam. Cheryl B.. Route 2 Box 88 C, Belton. p. 152 Putnam, Sonia A.. Route 3 Box 460. Waynesville, NC. p. 174 Quails. Kim. 5701 Mason Road. Memphis. TN Rabb. Ernie K.. Route 2 Box 154 C. Cameron, p. 174 Rada. Marvin L. — Maintenance. 203 Beaure- gard Avenue, Anderson, p. 122 Raftakis, Catherine, 2520 Lindale Road, Ander- son Ragan. Thomas M.. 2 Juanita Court, Greenville Rampey, Alan D., Box 454, Clemson Ranole. Melissa A., 806 Antlers Drive, Sumter, p. 174 Rast. Lynda K., Box 223, Orangeburg, p. 174 Rathod, Dhruv, 914 Holshoyer UNCC. Charlotte, NC. p. 85 Ray. Narda Jean. Route 8 Box 316 A. Anderson Ray Jr., Herman F.. 4226 Oak Ridge, Charleston Heights, Charleston, p. 6. 8. 7, 174 Reagan. James E.. 5561 Novack Street. Winston Salem, NC, p. 36, 37, 152 Redfearn, Becca F.. 1100 Cherokee Avenue, Marion, p. 174 Redfern III. James B.. 112 Lanier Drive. Hartsville Reese. Tamula R.. Route 13 Box 366. Anderson, p. 152 Reeves. Thomas B.. Route 4 Phillips Lane. Greer. p. 3. 152 Register. Brigette Marie, Route 2 Box 385. Sum- merville, p. 175 Reid. Jane 300 Shannon Dr., Greenville, p. 175 Reynolds. Michele Yvonne. 1 1 Cavendish Close. Taylors, p. 175. 172 Rhode, Raymond O Jr., 579 Darwin St.. Charles- ton, p. 175 Rhoden, Scott A., 8 Bridgewater Dr.. Greenville Rhodes. Rhonda., Rt 2 Box 657, Williamston, p. 175. 43 Rice. Sharon L., 406 Penarth Drive, Greenville, p. 153 Rich, M. Lynn, Route 5 Box 185. Easley, p. 175 Richardson, Donna R., 1106 East Main St., Sen- eca, p. 175, 35 Richardson, Kenneth M., Rt 1 Box 87, Iva, p. 175. 65 Richardson. Marsha L.. 501 Rantowles Road, An- derson Richardson, Pamela E., Route 1, Good Hope, p. 175. 38. 53, 41 Richardson. Dr. Robert L. — Psychology. 501 Rantowles Rd.. Anderson, p. 94; A.A.. Camp- bellsville College. B.A.. Samford University; B.D., Southern Baptist Seminary. M.Div., Southern Baptist Seminary; M.Ed.. University of Georgia. Ph. D., University of Georgia. (1976) Richey, Kim, Rt. 13. 24 Polk Blvd.. Greenville, p. 175 Richie. V. Diane. 103 Brairwood Street, Seneca. Richenbaker. Jana, 122 Blair Rd.. Belton Riggins. Tanya G.. 104 Pineview Dr.. Liberty, p. 153 Riggs. Leisa. 926 Maryland Ave.. Virginia Beach. VA Riley. Tim, Route 1 Box 210. Saluda Rish. Melanie, J.. 103 Richbourg Rd.. Greenville, p. 175. 53 Rizzetta, Diane, 6 Burlwood Ct., Taylors Roach. Johnnie Dale. Route 6, Seneca, p. 175 Roach. Wendy K.. Route 3, Hartwell. GA, p. 175, 53 Robbins, Rebecca J.. Route 1, Hickory Grove, p. 175 Robbins. Susan Lee. 406 Forest Lane. Belton. p. 175. 121. 74. 75 Roberts. Cynthia K.. Rt. 103 Lori Cr.. Spartan- burg, p. 175 Roberts. Kathy. P.O. Box 626. Elberton. GA, p. 175 Roberts. Lora E., 201 Brentwood Dr., Anderson Roberts, Linda Kaye. 2416 Princess Lane. Mariet- ta, GA, p. 153, 74. 75 Roberts, Dr. C. Richard — Assistant Academic Dean Registrar. Rt. 12 Keystone Dr., Anderson, p. 13 Robertson. Rosa L, P.O. Box 6296 Station A, Greenville, p. 153 Robinson, Donna Lorraine, P.O. Box 267. William- ston. p. 175 Robinson. Dwight R., 133 Green Acres Dr.. Ware Shoals, p. 175 Robinson. Howard K„ Rt. 3 Box 18. Honea Path Robinson. Julie A., 509 Robinhood Dr., Seneca Robinson, Janice D.. 119 Hillcrest Cir . Anderson, p. 153 Robinson, S. Gail, 3501 East River St., Anderson, p. 176 Robinson, Bennie B. Jr.. 7 Rail Road, Honea Path. p. 4. 35 Robosson, Mark K., 705Cureton Street, Camden Rodgers, Helen Dianne. 601 Hey ward Rd., An- derson, p. 153 Rodgers. James — Music. 601 Hey ward Road, Anderson, p. 109 Rodgers, Mrs. Pdul (Lucy) — Sec. Dir. of Dev., 602 Sherry Drive, Anderson Rosamund, S. Paige, 3121 White Horse Rd„ Greenville, p. 176 Rosser, Carla E.. 502 Drayton Cr.. Anderson, p. 153 Rouse. Dr. J.E. — President Emeritus. 600 Boule- vard, Anderson Rowntree, Ron E., 109 Fishbrook Way, Simpson- ville, p. 176. 50 Rucker, Micky Gene, P.O. Box 91. Honea Path, p 176 Ruczko, Mary Ellen. 1006 Holliday Dr.. N. Augusta, p. 154 Ruffin. Samuel J. Jr., P.O. Box 226, Andrews, p. 153 Rushton, Karen E , 1634 Bunting Drive. N. Augus- ta, p. 176 Rushton. Patti Jo, 303 E. Belvue Rd., Taylors, p. 154, 8 Russ. Darryn Allan, 3923 Dubose Drive, Columbia, p. 176. 125 Rust. Ray P. — President, 336 Kingsley Road, Anderson, B.A., Louisiana College; B.D., New Or- leans Baptist Theological Seminary, D.D., Louisi- ana College. (1978) p. 13. 33, 84, 86 Ryles, Charles, 2636 Hilldale Drive, Sumter Saad, Gregory A.. 2302 Whitehall Avenue. An- derson Saffold. Jenny S.. Woodland Park. Barnwell, p. 176 Salter. Thomas C, 3 Nashmer Road, Charleston Sams. Donald S.. 2701 Leconte Road, Anderson Sams, Julie A., 208 Woodrige Court, Anderson Sams, Mrs. Robert (Cathy T.) — News Director, 1903 Dobbins, Avenue, Anderson, p. 96 Sanders, Jill, 410 Camellia Drive, Anderson Sanders, Janet Burriss, 401 Shannon Way, An- derson Sandifer, Steven L., 7816 Loch Lane. Columbia Sartain. David Edwin. Route 5 Box 73 B, Ander- son Satterfield. Sharon K„ 610 West Lake Drive, Ath- ens. GA. p. 176 Satterwhite, David Michael, 2814 Price Avenue, Tampa, Fl„ p. 33, 48. 176 Savitz. Kathy Lynn, 350 Massingale, Columbia Scarborough, Deana, Route 1, Box 102, Belton. p. 176 Schumpert, Richard L.E.. 3007 East North Ave- nue, Anderson, p. 176 Sciotto. Bruce S.. 2033 Fox Fire Road. Anderson. Scott. Pamela Sue. Route 10 Box 84. Anderson. p. 176 Scott, Rick J., 3 Wildwood Road, Greenville, p. 8, 176 Scott. Mrs. Virginia W. — Postmistress Resident Advisor, Infirmary, Anderson, p. 1 19 Scroggs. Greg N., Route 5. Seneca Seeger. Jr. James H., Route 1 Ponderosa. Pied- mont. Self. Cynthia T„ 103 Hillside Drive, Gaffney, p. 176 Sellers, Candy J . 204 Park Road, Belton Sellers, Sadie Emma. Route 4 Box 257. Darling- ton, p. 68. 69 Semaan. George Senn. Roy, 104 South Poplar Street, Seneca Sexton, William C, Route 4 Arrowhead. Easley p. 154 Shaw. Dana Lee. Route 10 N. Severn Circle, Eas- ley, p. 37, 38, 40. 41. 43. 154 Shaw, Marvin M., 215 South Boulevard, Ander- son Shaw, Mamie Vaughan, Route 3 Box 168 A. Bi- shopville, p. 35, 40, 125, 154 Shaw, Ronald R.. 400 McNeill Drive, Anderson p 176 Sherer, J. Robert. 964 West Main Street. Laurens p. 176 Shiflet. Mark Steve, 126 Swain Street. Anderson Shirer, Mary P.. Box 31, Elloree, p. 154 Shirley, Donna L.. Route 4 Box 439, Seneca Shirley. Melanie K.. 208 Williamston Road. Ander- son, p. 176 Shirley. Timothy Ray. Route 2, Honea Path Shooter. Mary H. — Director of Women ' s Resi- dentidl Living. Anderson College, Anderson, p. 1, 39, 40, 56 Shreckengast, Debra K., 320 Thyme Street. Sat- ellite Beach. FL. p. 37. 43, 176 Shuler. T. Gil, Route 5 Box 71 B, Sumter Shuman, Christopher N.. 340 Riverhill Drive, At- lanta Siebold. Angela, 14 Oakview Drive, Greenville Siebold. Audrey E., 14 Oakview Drive, Green- ville, p. 176 Sightler, Kevin W.. 306 Hillcrest Drive, Pendleton, p. 61, 154 Simmons, Gladys Jean, 114 Leon Drive, Ander- son Simmons, James M.. 211 Bedford Forest, Ander- son, p. 154 Simmons, Kimberely A., 1207 West Whitner Street, Anderson Simpson. Sherrie D., 204 Pine Street. Gaffney. p. 43 Sims. Paul F.. 110 Shallowford Road. Greenville, p. 154 Singleton. Wynette Y.. Palmetto Parkway Park- way. Belton Sisk. Timothy O.. Box 1634. Clemson Sivewright. Sam, 1217 Parkins Mill Road, Green- ville Skelton, Janet M., 169 Helen Drive Route 5. Pied- mont Smith, Bart, 2309 Poplar Lane. Anderson Smith, C. Bradley. 105 Laurel Road. Easley Smith, David. 208 Alice Farr Drive, Greenville Smith, David, 1 15 Rhodehaven Drive, Anderson Smith, Donald B.. Box 112 Deer Track Estate, Moore, p. 155 Smith. Donna J.. 5069 Draper Street. North Charleston Smith, John P.. 207 South E. Street. Easley, p. 38, 48 Smith. Leota Moss. Route 3, Walhalla Smith, Lisa R.. 808 Magness Drive. Spartanburg, p. 37. 52 Smith. Margaret, Route 2 Box 204, Pelzer Smith, Melissa Anne, 118 Sunset Drive. Mauldin Smith, Mark R., 314 Ervin Street, Honea Path Smith, Mark Stephen, 1 19 S. Park Drive. Ada, OH Smith, Pierce M.. 430 Longview Terrace, Green- ville Smith, Randall L. 506 Smithmore Street, Ander- son, p. 169 Smith. Richard. Route 8 Box 130 B.. Anderson Smith. Susan Carol. 219 Over Creek Road. Route 10. Greenville, p. 47. 155 Smith, Sherry Lynn — Cashier. 216 Sumter Street. Anderson, p. 117, 42 Smith, Steve W., 106 Waldrep Street, Seneca Smith, Teresa A.. 12 Bradley Street. Greenville, p. 155 Smith, Vaughan. 106 Florida Circle. Easley. p. 155 Smith Jr., David F.. 208 Alice Farr Drive. Green- ville Smith Jr.. Pink. Route 4 Evans Drive, Belton Snipes, Mrs. Bobbie — Secretary to Admissions. Route 1. Pendleton, p. 95 Snipes. Julie Lynn. Route 7 Box 197. Anderson Snipes, Randy 724 Chestnut, Laurens Snyaer. Linda C, 384 Scoville, Orangeburg Soete, Gregory T., 245 Providence Square, Greenville Solesbee, Joseph A., 712 Parkins Mill Road, Greenville Sosebee, Sharon, County Club Apartments 22-C. Anderson, p. 155 Southerland. Brett S.. 208 Biltmore Drive. Easley Southerland, J. Scott. 1010 Fairfield Drive. An- derson Southerland. Lawrence Monroe — Health and Physical Education. 503 Heyward Road. Ander- son; B.A.. Erskine College; M.Div.. Southern Bap- tist Techological Seminary; M.A.. Furman Univer- sity. (1970) p. 47. 115 Southwick, Patrick, RR 4, Easley Sowell Jr., M. Baxter, 1090 St. Matthews Road. Orangeburg Sparrow, Sammy. Box 487, Lake City Speaks, Barry James. 105 College Street. Lees- ville Spearman, Michael Lee. Box 445, Clemson. p. 155 Speer. Larry H.. 2411 West Whitner Street. An- derson Spenser, Curtis M., 729 Creekside Drive, Sumter Spencer, Wanda M.. Box 354. Walhalla Sprague, Stuart R. — Religion. 801 Cornfield Road, Anderson; B.S.. Duke University; M.Div.. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. (1977) p. 111 Springs. Johnny N.. Box 552 Logan Street. Sa- luda, p. 62. 64. 65. 155 Stancell. Vicki Elaine. Box 3253 College Avenue, Anderson Stancil, Deanna D.. Route 4 Box 194. Oconee. Steele, Shelia R., 34 Burkett Drive. Sumter Steen, J. Allen. Route 3 Box 332, Lancaster, p. 7. 8 Stegall. Angie L.. 1111 Springdale Road. Ander- son Stegall. Mrs. Pat — IBM Secretary. 3903 Liberty Road. Anderson, p. 84, 97 Stegall. Susan Marie. 3903 Liberty Road. Ander- son Stephens. Gary. Anderson Stephens. M. Bradley, 114 West Earle Street, Greenville Stephens, Neal A.. 409 Johnson Drive. Dillon Stephenson, Beverly A.. 208 Connecticut Drive. Greenville, p. 74, 75, 144. 155 Stevens, Gregory Scott, Box 331. Honea Path Stevens. Nancy L., Route 5 Box 71. Belton Stevenson. Donny R.. Route 3 Box 295. Seneca Stewart. Charles, 1 Balmoral Court, Greenville Stewart, Rodger D., Route 3 Box 281. Liberty, p. 42 Sticka, Susan. 303 Poplar Street. Honea Path Stiles, Julie, 3505 Boundbrook Lane, Columbia, p. 74. 75 St. Louis. Robert A. — Maintenance. 333 " F " Street, Anderson Stone, Kathy T„ Box 111. Starr, p. 156 Strickland. David T.. Route 10 Box 100. Anderson Strickland, L. Suzanne, 803 East Orr Street, An- derson Strickland. Renee D.. 913 Osborne Avenue. An- derson. Strickland. Mrs. Shirley — Housekeeper, Route 13, Anderson, p. 122 Strom. Mary. Gary Street. McCormick Stuckey, Thomas, Route 1 Box 342. Nesmith Sullivan. Addie A.. 807 Leon Drive. Anderson, p. 156 Swetenburg III, J. Richard. 931 Nottingham Road. Clinton Swygert. Nancy B., Box 735 Daniel Road. Lees- ville. p. 8 Talmadge, Dr. Paul A. — Academic Dean and Vice President. 506 Allenby Road. Anderson; B.A.. Samford University; M.R.E.. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; D.R.E.. Southwest- ern Baptist Theological Seminary; Further study. Birmingham Southern College. (1969) p. 16, 85 Tankersley, Tracy K., Route 1 Riverfalls Road, Marietta, p. 156 Tatum, Bradford Dean, 2503 Fleming Drive, An- derson Taylor. BillJ. — Business Administrator. 2705 Bell- view Road, Anderson; A.A., Anderson College; B.A.. Furman University; Further study, Columbia Theological Seminary, University of Kentucky. (1972) p. 39 Taylor. Debbie A.. Route 4 Box 204 A. Sumter Taylor, Nancy Nell, 2705 Bellview Road, Ander- son Taylor, Ricky D„ 2703 Burson Road. Anderson Teague. R. Ellen. 7 Aldridge Drive. Greenville Teague. Tavia, 3321 Vavclube Road. Aiken, p. 48. 52, 53 Teal Jr., James E.. 108 Mt View Drive. Central Teasley. David A.. 1450 09D 29 HWY. Hartwell. GA. p. 156 Teasle y. Lisa K.. 501 Timberlake. Anderson Teeple. Robert V.. Apartment 153 Isaqueena Village. Central Temple. Beth D.. Liberty Hill Road. RFD 3. 189 190 Hartwell. GA. Thames. Robert L. Box 242. Awendaw Theiling. Glen G., Box 5798. Walhalla Thomas. Brian A.. Route 3. Taylors, p. 48. 49. 156 Thomas, James R.. Box 262 Route 12 Parkwood. Anderson Thomas, Mark D.. 202 Pine Street. Fort Mill Thomason. Jean Marie. Route 4 Dalewood Drive. Simpsonville, p. 47. 156 Thompson, Cynthia, Box 1165, Anderson Thompson. C. Rebecca. Box 604, Cameron, p. 40, 48 Thompson. Debra E., Route 1 Box 230 A. Wal- halla Thompson Jr.. Bennett A.. 322 Ervin Street. Honea Path. p. 50. 156 Thome. Mrs. Jas. H. (Eunice) — Secretary . Dean of Student Development, Route 12. Box 482. Anderson, p. 90 Thornton, Debbie L, 4105 Aloha Dr., Anderson Thrift. Lisa R. Rt 5 Shady Grove Rd., Pickens Tillison, Britta Jewel. P.O. Box 643. Wagener. p. 48. 50 Tindal. David Leslie. Rt. 2 Box 78. Pinewood Tinsley. Laura A.. 303 Grace Ave.. Easley Tinsley. Leslie C. 1816 Sharonwood Lane. Rock Hill Tinsley. Mitzi A.. Rt 1 Cathey Rd.. Anderson Tinsley. Mike L, 303 Grace Ave.. Easley Tisdale. Susan M., 710 Parkside Dr., North Charleston Tisdale, William Edward — Religion. 808 Wilson Street. Anderson. B.S.. University of South Caroli- na; M.A., Columbia Bible College. Th.M.. South- ern Baptist Theological Seminary. (1960) Todd. Grover E. Jr., 14 Doncaster Road, Green- ville Tolbert, Robert Reames. 29 Doncaster Road, Cherry Hill. NJ Tompkins, Joni E.. 211 Bonita Dr.. Easley Towe. James R.. Route 1. Six Mile, p. 156 Towell, Deborah A., 101 Strawberry Lane, Clem- son Townsend, Angelislia, P.O. Box 262. Holly Hill Trammel. John D.. Rt 2 Box 93. Duncan Trammell, Andrew N., Rt 8 Box 91 E Drr St EX., Anderson Tribble. Dr. Marshall K. — Sociology. 613 Holy Hill Drive. Anderson, p. 110; A.B.. Mercer University; B.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. M.Ed.. University of Georgia; Ed.D.. University of Georgia. (1973) Tritt. Terry M. — Resident Advisor, Rouse Apt. — Bos 4-C AC. Anderson, p. 121 Troup, Tommy A.. 3 Parkwood Dr.. Greenville, p. 156 Tucker, Cheryl Lee, 1 E. Le Chateau Apts.. An- derson Tucker, Nancy, Rt. Quail Hollow Rd., Anderson Tudor, John Robeson, 610 Blume Rd.. Anderson Tumbleston, Deanna L.. Rt 1 Box 384. Edisto Is- land Turner. Dell Eugene. 32 Blackburn Street. Green- ville, p. 65 Turner. Lindsey. 2 Kirk Court. Taylors Turner. Roger C. And. Col. Box 411 C. Anderson, p. 157 Turner, Sharon Ruth, 177 Eastbrook Dr.. Wood- ruff, p. 157, 42 Turner, Savonda R.. Route 4 Box 459, Toccoa. p. 68. 69 Turpin. Gregory L.. 2707 Chestnut Dr.. Anderson, p. 50 Ussery, Cynthia J. Rt 1 Box 110. Florence, p. 157. 48, 52, 53 Valentine. Zelma Delphine. Rt 2 Box 201A. IVa. Voughan. J. Renee. Box 724 Ben Hilda Dr., Sen- eca Vaughn, Betty J.. Route 3. Belton. p. 157, 48 Vaughter, Robert J.. Route 2. Starr Veronee. Kimberly K.. 931 Paul Revere Ct.. Charleston, p. 33 Vickers, Bobbie Jo. 745 Tallwood Rd., Charles- ton, p. 43 VonHasseln, John Henry — Chm, History Pol. Sc. 1102 W. Whitner St.. Anderson, p. 13; A.A.. Anderson College; B.A.. Furman University. M.A., University of Virginia. Further study. Juilliard School. Columbia University. University of Edin- burgh. University of Sheffield, University of Dur- ham. (1946) Waldron, Glenn T.. 402 Pine Street. Clinton Waldrop. Donna Lynn. Box 1343, Clemson Waldrop. Tracy. Route 2 Box 302. Pickens, p. 157. 42. 43 Waldrop. Vicki L.. 108 Clarendon Dr.. Anderson Walker. Dr. Brena B. (John) — English. Journalism, 208 Hobson Rd.. Anderson, p. 102. 60. 35; B.A.. Mary-Hardin-Baylor College; M.A.. North Texas State University; Ph.D., University of Texas (1973) Walker. Jackie. Anderson Wall. Mark H.. 536 Drayton Cr.. Anderson Wallace. Daniel. 10 Woodward, Belton Wallace, Tommy. 10 Woodward. Belton Wallace. Wendy. 1307 E. Cleveland St.. Dillon, p. 59. 56 Walter. Rebecca, 1325 Riverside Dr., Orange- burg. Walters. Phyllis L.. Rt. 13 Box 123 McGill Rd.. An- derson Ward, Jennifer E., Route 1, Belton Wardlaw, Linda G.. Rt 9 Dobbings Bridge, Ander- son, p. 157. 38 Ware. Susan A.. 405 Pearl Drive. Easley Warner. Martha L . Box 5. Moncks Corner, p. 157 Warnick. Craig Trent. 706 Cypress Lane, Ander- son, p. 50 Watkins, Jackie S.. Rt 6 Box 336, Anderson, p. 169, 58, 56. 38 Watson. C. Gregory, Rt 4 Box 211 Watson Rd., Easley Watson, Marty H., 126 Carling Dr.. Anderson Watts. Angela F.. Rt 1 Linmar Cr., Anderson Watts. Olga O.. 2838 S. Bayard St. East Point, p. 4 Watts. Tammy L.. 850 Wellington Dr.. Charleston Weathers. Sandra Dianne. Rt 1 Box 219 Putman Rd., Fountain Inn, p. 157, 42, 41 Weathers. Teresa L.. Rt 1 Bowen Rd.. Anderson. p. 58. 56, 5 Weover. Diana J., 206 Highland Ave., Hartwell, GA Weeks. Hugh A. — Dir.. Mens Res. Living. 500 College Avenue. Anderson Weir. Valeria D.. 534 Salem Street. Anderson, p. 123 Welborn. Robert Reid. Rt 1 Hwy 81. Anderson Welborn. Susan G., Rt 5 Woodland Dr.. Pickens Welborn, Terry. Rt 13 Poplar Ln.. Anderson Welch. Gerald Dr. — Psychology. 236 Middleton Shores Dr West, Mrs. Billy R. (Betty) — Mgr.. Bookstore. Rt. 10 Box 135. Anderson, p. 117 West. J. Anderson. Rt 1 Box 208 B. Greenwood West. William D.. Rt 1 Box 290. Abbeville West. Jr. William F. — English, 2701 Bellview Rd.. Anderson, p. 104 Westberry, Martha S.. Route 9 Box 434, Ander- son Westbury, Wilma J., 703 Parkside Dr., North Charleston Westmoreland, Mrs. T.H (Sara C.) — PBX Oper- ator, 400 Fairhaven Dr.. Taylors, p. 119 Weston. Albert Donald. Rt 3 Box 155. Hopkins, p. 65 Wfoster. Tina Marie, Rt 8, Box 441. Anderson White. Cynthia A.. 141 Hills Ave.. Spartanburg, p. 40 White, Deno. Rt 1 Box 491 G, Lyman, p. 41 White. David L., 2610 Kensington Court. Ander- son White. Mrs. Savannah — Housekeeper. 911 Quarry St.. Anderson White. Sherri Lavon. 204 U Street. Honea Path White. Steven M.. Box 704. Holly Hill. p. 157 Whiten, Jeffrey R.. Rt 2 Acre Estates. Toccoa. p. 158. 49. 48 Whitlow, Dr. Jimmy D. — Psychology Counsel- or, 3005 Little Creek Dr, Anderson, p. 94; A.A., Anderson College; B.A., Carson Newman Col- lege; M.Ed.. Ed.S.. Ed.D.. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. (1975) Whitmire. J. Dale. Rt. 1. Pendleton Whitmire. J. Gale. Rt. 1. Pendleton Whitmire. Teresa D.. 201 Peachtree St.. Ander- son, p. 158 Whitner. Joann. Route 1, Townville Whitten. Teresa K.. Route 6 Keys Street. Ander- son, p. 158 Wigger. Philip D.. Lot 23 Salem Church Road. Anderson, p. 116 Wike Jr.. Charles Robert, Route 10 Box 234. Eas- ley Wilder. Donna R., Route 4 Box 7. Manning, p. 35. 43 Wiles, M. Kathy. Star Route 5 Box 276. Beaufort. Wiley. Mark. Route 4. Abbeville Wiley. Stephen F., Route 4, Abbeville, p 48 Wilkerson. Teresa A.. Route 1, Hickory Grove Wilkie. Mary A., Gary Street. McCormick. p 158 Williams. Charles E.. 115 Daniel, Anderson Williams, G. Brett. 201 Lakeview Drive. Seneca Williams. Helen B.. Route 4. Belton Williams. H. Elizabeth. Route 4 Box 44 A. Green- ville Williams. Julie W.. 108 Graham Court. William- ston Williams. Lori Ann. Box 367. Latta Williams. Martha A.. 2706 Pope Drive. Anderson Williams. Randy. 232 Leon Drive. Anderson Williams. Robert E.. Box 1178, Greenwood Williams, Vickie E.. Route 1 Box 32 A-9, York Williams, Vanessa Lynne. Box 174. Pendleton Williams. Jr.. Vannie. Route 3 Box 21 A. Saluda, p. 38 Williamston. Lisa Dawn. 152 Shadow Pine Road. Columbia, p. 158 Willis III. John M.. Division of Communications. 2799 Echo Trail, Anderson, p. 84 Willis III. Mrs. John M. (Carol O.) — Assistant Dean of Student Development. 2799 Echo Trail. An- derson, p. 11 Wilson, Ann, 323 Old Georgetown Road, Han- ning. p. 43 Wilson. Archie H. — Business Administration. A.B., Mid-America Nazarene College; M.B.A., Univer- sity of Missouri; Further study. Nazarene The- ological Seminary, (1979) p. 112 Wilson, Deborah, Box 995. Seneca Wilson, Lesa D., 227 Rhodehaven Drive. Ander- son, p 48 Winchester. Mary Robin. Box 89, Townville Wingard. Frank S.. Route 1 Box 251. Lexington Winter. Charles David. 26 Charterhouse Ave- nue. Piedmont Wise. George E., 109 Anne Park. Sumter, p. 39, 54 Woodruff, Patricia A , 1260 Asheville Hwy., Spar- tanburg Woodson, Heinrich C. 226 Ponce De Leon Drive. Anderson Wooten, Deborah, Box 124, Pendleton Wooten. Margaret Everhart — English, Route 16 Box 7K, Anderson. B.A.. Wake Forest College. M.A.. Appalachian State University. (1969) p. 102 Wooten, Susan Baker — Art, Box 246. Pendle- ton; B.A.. Oklohoma Baptist University; M.F.A., Clemson University. (1976) p. 99 Wright. Cynthia R.. 10 School Street, Williamston, p. 38, 158 Wright. Deborah G.. Route 1, Belton Wright. Harry B.. Route 1 1 Box 129, Anderson, p. 39 Wright, Joyce Elizabeth. 500 Cherokee. Ander- son Wright, Susan Leigh — Student Activity Director. 112 Robin Street. Clemson. p. 38. 92 Wyman III. John F.. 162 Fourth Street. E„ Estill Wynn. Cathy E., 301 Sycamore. Mauldin Yang, Kye W.. 610 Farmont Road, Anderson, 43. 158 Yongue. David T.. Box 119, Six Mile Young, Cathy Elaine, Route 1, Piedmont, p. 15. 52, 53 Young. Mary J . Route 1. Iva. p. 158 Young. Ruth L.. 2207 Rush Street. Anderson, p. 15, 159 Zedick. M. Frances, Box 232, Dillion. p. 60. 61 Zeigler, Jane Claire, 622 Stanton Drive. North Augusta, p. 36. 159 Zeigler III. John Tatum. Box 788. Orangeburg Index Academic Dean 88 AC Echoes 60-61 Admissions 95 Administration 84 Alumni Day 16 Art Department 99 Art Guild 44 Assistant Dean and Registrar 88 Athletes for Christ 55 Bands 50 Black Awareness Club 45 Business Administrator Office 117 Business Education 112 Cafeteria 120 Campus Ministries 51-54 Chapel 109 Chaplain 94 Cheerleaders 73 Choir 48 Christian Emphasis Week 30-31 Christmas First Night 32-33 Circle K 45 Classes 124 Columns 56-59 Commencement Awards 14-15 Commuters 127 Counseling Center 94 Dean ' s Cup 12, 78 Development Public Relations 96-97 Directories 183-190 Director of Student Activities 92 Editor ' s Acknowledgements 192 English Department 102-104 Fashion Merchandising 106 Financial Aid 95 Fine Arts 28 Foreign Languages 105 Founder ' s Day 22 Freshmen Arrivals 10-11 Gamma Beta Phi 42 Gotcha Day 8-9 Graduation 13-14 History 107 Homecoming 23 Home Economics 106 Infirmary 119 Intramurals 79-83 Interaction Singers 49 Ivy Leaves 55 Jogging Club 47 Maintenance 122 Marshalls 15 Math 109 Men ' s Basketball 64-67 Men ' s Council 40 Men ' s Tennis 76-77 Miss AC Pageant 24-27 Music Department 109 News Service 96 Night Class es 113 Omicron lota Kappa 43 Opening Section 2-5 Organizations Division Page 34-35 Pageant Wagon Players 29 Pep Club 46 Phi Theta Kappa 15 Physical Education 1 14-1 16 Post Office 119 President 86 Psycology 110 Reading 98 Reflections 123, 182 Religion 111 Resident Advisors 93 Resident Directors 91 Science Department 100 Security 121 Sociology 110 Sports Division Page 62-63 Student Development 90 Student Government Association 36-39, 41 Student Life Division Pages 16-17 Switchboard 118 Table of Contest 1 Travel Club 47 Trustees 8 Who ' s Who 1 Women ' s Basketball 68- Women ' s Council 40 Women ' s Tennis 74-75 191 This year had been a year for many changes and new horizons for many college students and for my- self as well. As editor, I hope you can look back and remember moments you ' ll cherish, laugh at and cry about. Without you, the student body and staff, the yearbook is an empty book. You make things happen and you fill the pages with memories that will remain with you forever. The yearbook has brought me closer to the students and the staff ■•- " - ■. -, of the school. Not everyone knows the heartaches meeting deadlines or the relief of finishing pages as my yearbook staff, Mrs. Shooter and I do! I would like to thank my assistant editor, Debbie Derrick; Beth Byers, Jackie Watkins, Teresa Weathers, Mike Buzhardt, Tommy Elliot, Ben Parham, Merri Goin, Lynn Phillips and my roommates, Pam Bowick and Cindy Ferguson, for helping me with my deadlines. I would also like to thank Mrs. Shooter, whose determination and smiles kept me working; Cathy Sams and John Willis for their services. • • u Search — you ' ll find Reach — you ' ll conquer what life has to offer. Editor, Columns Kindra A. 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