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. -■ ' " ' . Columns 1981 Anderson College Anderson, S.C. 29621 Volume 57 t-vV i- -. | H Debbie Derrick Joye Mears Mary H. Shooter Assistant Editor Kristi Edge and Julie Stiles launch their singing careers in Merritt Audito- rium. That which is John Boyte. Lynn Davenport may look frustrated now, but we all know she has an ace up her sleeve. Contents Student Life 10 Organizations 30 Administration 66 Sports 102 Classes 118 2 Contents The Three Muskateers (actually Ro- attempt a daring escape from a Pratt II sanne Turner, Cheryl Thompson and window. Tina Flarity) Contents 3 Here we are — faced with an- other decade, a decade with many possibilities. As students in college, we are forced to look at this decade with a sense of responsibility for its outcome. We, as present students, will be its labor force, its economy, its politics, and its young adults. We are directly affected by its scientific explorations, and its society. We are the 1980 ' s. Sign that guy up! Granny Grace celebrates another AC birthday. {■-f -.-- Denise Grebien and Craig Boykin enjoy the swing. 4 Introduction Randy prepares to snipe the ball. Forget it Beth, get yourself down. I thought you said that you were getting it fixed!! Introduction 5 Anderson students and faculty go about their business after a special Friday chapel. Big Sister Cindy Benton patiently teaches little sis, Joye Mears, the alpha- bet — Grover style! Nobody went to sleep in this chapel! 1980 is the beginning of a decade of controversy. The presidential election was excit- ing and unexpected. The Iran- ian Crisis provokes emotions concerning the American hos- tages and the War. The Olym- pics were boycotted. All of these affected the American public and, as students, we are no exception. 6 Candida Freshmen and Sophomores get together for a birthday party on Denmark sec- ond floor. This skit during religious emphasis week exemplifies the " Good Samari- tan " . Somebody give Dr. Rust a pie! Hostile feelings toward Iran were felt and shown by the stu- dents through comments and picketing. Different responses came with the Olympic boycott all of which were strong pro ' s or con ' s. The presidential election was not a close one, with more neutral views than definite votes. Controversy filled 1980, a new starting decade of mixed emotions. Candids 7 P. Lee and Rosanne break from studies to practice some beach music shaggin ' . A world Frisbee Champion captures your eye with his spin. Who knows how I caught that note! Candids V Anderson is now offering a special course in AC Etiquette. Sandy Seitz sits solemnly soaking up the sun. The odds seem to be stacking up against Scott Lenning in this checker game. Changes are beginning now for this new decade: the school is being expanded to make room for teachers, the political race is closing, the foreign poli- cies are developing more every day. As students, we will be the adults who develop this decade and will exercise our rights and our opinions. The 1980 ' s will be our decade and we ' re stepping out with our best foot forward. Candids 9 10 Student Life MM! as m ■-•■ ; .■■■ ' " ■■ ' m nH ffi STUDENT LIFE Student Life 11 Were Moving In! August 19th and 20th: what an exciting day for all Anderson College resident students! The sophomores moved in the 19th and all of them were there will- ing to help out the freshmen on the 20th. Everyone was going crazy, running up and down stairs, going into each other ' s room to see how they had ar- ranged their furniture, and try- ing to meet everybody at the same time. The whole day was really busy but after everyone of the students had settled in their rooms, it was time to make new friends. This was very interest- ing and confusing-trying to tell them where you are from; what school you attended; trying to find out who knew someone in your own home town. But after a real busy day and exciting night, things seemed to settle down, and quickly became rou- tine. Watch out world, here we come! Looks like Barrett Holmes is moving out. 12 Moving In A main topic during registration — who has the easiest class? The registrar ' s office is kept busy with problems during registration. Moving in occupies the first several days of school. Registering 13 Basketball women talk over things be fore the season. 14 President ' s Reception !fv ■v ».i» 4R " iws m 0 JB M ■ M- Jf Jtfr -f»p T?1Mw One down and nine to go. Do you think that I look okay? Dr. Rust and his associates welcome students to Anderson College. Students enjoy their parently company at the President ' s reception. The President ' s reception, held yearly to introduce stu- dents to the faculty, was held in Dr. and Mrs. Rust ' s home on August 21st. Many freshmen who had been uneasy, felt more at home at A.C. after talking to faculty and sophomores with a year of experience. There was an ample supply of refreshments for everyone and many smiling faces-espe- cially the Rusts ' who saw the beginning of anothe successful year at Anderson College. Reception-Convocation 15 Young Honored With President ' s Award On May 11, 1980 at 3 p.m., 201 students graduated from Anderson College at the Boule- vard Baptist Church. Dr. Paul Craven, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Charleston, addressed the stu- dents and guests and later pre- sented diplomas. Cathy Young received the President ' s Award, recognizing her as an outstanding member of the graduating class. She was honored for her academic achievements and service to the college and community during her two years at AC. She was president of Phi Theta Kappa, and coordinator of the Sunshine Friends. She received the Associates of Arts degree with the honor designa- tion " summa cum laude " -with greatest praise, and was also elected to the Denmark Society. Cathy Young received the President ' s award at the 1980 graduation ceremo- nies. The graduates of the 1980 class have mixed emotions as they walk to the ceremony. 4 P 16 President ' s Award The Marshall leads the 1980 graduation procession. Anxious students prepare for the big moment. Graduation 17 Denmark Society These students were awarded the Denmark Society Awards in honor of Dr. Annie Dove Denmark, a for- mer AC president. The Denmark Society Awards are issued during com- mencement exercises. The stu- dents who received these awards were the ones that re- presented the h ighest Anderson College tradition in leadership, campus citizenship, scholar- ship, and Christian character. These awards were placed in honor of Dr. Annie Dove Den- mark a former Anderson Col- lege President. The students who had the highest academic attainment, were labeled honor graduates. The three levels of achieve- ment, which are based on an academic grade average with 4.0 as an A, range from 3.50 to 4.0, specifically these averages were Cum Laude with praise, 3.50 to 3.74; Magna cum Laude- with great praise, 3.75-3.94; Summa Cum Laude with great- est praise, 3.95-4.00. 18 Denmark Society Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa, a national honor fraternity, was a service organization with a 3.5 G.P.A. minimum for mem- bership. Each year national honors theme was planned. They are assisted by marshalls who consist of freshmen who have a chieved the highest G.P.A. scores in their class. They also participate in commencement in the spring. Outstanding academic freshmen were chosen as 1980 Graduation Marshalls. Students graduating with honors are: First row, from left, Sharon Sosebee, Margaret S. King, Kaye Mauldin Dick- erson, Dr. Ray P. Rust, college presi- dent, Tammy McCoy, Sharon Fields, Beth McCurry, Bonnie Hill, Ruth Young, Second row, Roger Stewart, Jane Chellis, Martha McAlister, Peggy Kinard, Marilyn Kelley, Cathy Greg- ory, Third row, Fred B. Cooper Jr., Lisa Teasley, Tucker Burks, Margaret Mill- er, Hugh Gourlay, Cathy Young. Phi Theta Kappa 19 Alumni Day Alumni Day 1980 marked the end of a " race " as the last Sor- orian class held their Golden Anniversary. The Sororian class is made up of alumni who attended AC when it was a four-year women ' s school. Over 35 members of the class attend- ed. John W. Sullivan, ' 67, presi- dent of Sullivan Motor Com- pany and secretary-treasurer of Sir Pontiac, received the Alum- ni Achievement Award, given each year to an alumnus who has excelled in professional de- velopment and service to the college and community. Ethel Hembree, ' 27, received the Alumni Service Award; Mrs. Sarah B. Greer received the Annie Dove Denmark award for service to the college; the Faculty Achievement Award was given to Mrs. Mary R. Martin, chairman of the home economics and fashion merchandising department at A.C. Dr. Rust presents Mrs. Mary Martin the Faculty Award from the Alumni for Excellence in teaching. The last Sororian class celebrates their Golden Anniversary. 50 years of progress is observed by some of the graduating class of 1930. 20 Alumni Day Miss AC Sheryl McKinney, Miss AC. Lisa Smith, Miss Sophomore; Sheryl McKinney, Miss AC; and Margaret Byrd, Miss Freshman. The AC beauties applaud as they watch Sheryl McKinney receive her flowers and crown as Miss Anderson College. Miss AC 21 Sophomore Beauties Lisa Smith, Miss Sopho- more. Allison Hill Amy Nalley Donna Wilder 22 Sophomore Beauties Freshman Beauties Margaret Byrd, Miss Fresh- man. Sheryl McKinney Penelope Snow Thayer Whaley Miss Freshman 23 First Night Opens Holiday Season Christmas First Night is an annual event here at AC offi- cially opening the holiday sea- son for students. Usually the first weekend in December, First Night begins Friday night with a musical program being performed in the Merritt Auditorium. Next, Dr. Rust lights the Yule Log in the par- lor between Merritt and Den- mark. The dorms are open to the public for several hours so that each hall may be seen and judged according to the origi- nality and effect of its decora- tions. To students, a Christmas at AC would not be the same without celebrating Christmas First Night. Each student ' s door is decorated to celebrate Christmas and the annual First Night. Dr. and Mrs. Rust attend every First Night and meet the public and visit the students. 24 Christmas First Night Each hall is decorated as a combined effort and may have any Christmas theme. Dr. Rust begins Christmas First Night yearly by lighting the Yule Log. Christmas First Night 25 Kings ley Court And Pratt Basement Capture Dean ' s Cup Mrs. Carol Willis presents Dean ' s Cup Award to Wayne Cooper, Representa- tive for Kingsley Court. Residents of Kingsley Court worked hard to win the Dean ' s Cup Award in the men ' s area. 26 Dean ' s Cup The Dean ' s Cup Award gives students the opportunity to compete with each other as a member of a hall unit. It is awarded at the end of each se- mester to a women ' s and a men ' s unit. Points are given based on a unit ' s participation in several areas of student ac- tivity. The format for the Dean ' s Cup Award was adopted in the spring of 1978 by the Adminis- tration of Anderson College. The purpose of the award is to encourage members on the hall to function as a group in order to accumulate points. For a group to achieve points they must become competent in group organization, motivation, and decision making. Points are earned by partici- pation in such activities as painting the hall, playing in in- tramurals, participating in ser- vice projects, sponsoring a reli- gious program. Mrs. Carol Willis presents the Dean ' s Cup Award to Margaret Carmichal, Dean ' s Cup Representative for Pratt Basement. Residents of Pratt Basement who worked together to accomplish many goals in winning the Dean ' s Cup Award. Dean ' s Cup 27 Christian Emphasis Week The Christian Emphasis Week is a week of special em- phasis on the spiritual develop- ment of the student. It is a time when all students are together. It involves singing, and sharing with others. Christian Empha- sis Week was held Sept. 27 through Oct. 3, 1980. It includ- ed day and night sessions. Ed Kilbourne, folksinger and song- writer, appeared on the AC campus. Ed is a Christian per- former. Along with Ed, ap- peared Richard and Jane Ward. They performed dramatic in- terpretations of biblical pas- sages. Christian Emphasis Week is set up and directed by Sandy Kidd. Mr. Richard Ward pantomines a skit during a chapel service. Everyone gathers for chapel credit in the Abney Athletic Center. f . , 28 Christian Emphasis Week 3 Breakthrough t irf Breakthrough is a Christian Wilderness Learning exper- ience for the students of Ander- son College. Students see and appreciate nature, encounter other people, and test their faith and Christian values. Some of the activities are can- oeing, backpacking, rapelling, and climbing. Each semester campus ministries actively par- ticipates in the State Baptist Student Union Conventions. The sponsors of Breakthrough are Sandy Kidd, and Jim Whit- low. The student directors are Lynn Baughman and Jenny Burns. Breakthrough 29 " -• ' " ' ♦feSfe ' • :. l iz: - IP 30 Organizations J! HT W V ORGANIZATIONS Students Have Voice In Government At AC Progress and change took place when students became se- riously involved in the Student Government Association. Var- ious specialized committees were designed to tackle various issues. Joining a committee, however, was not required and membership was not contin- gent on active involvement. Many fine accomplishments were achieved throughout the year as a result of the great ef- forts of those involved in SGA. Essentially, SGA gave the stu- dents a necessary voice in col- lege activities and, through the joint concern and work of indi- viduals, college life became more meaningful. Student Government officers: Matt Ellison-President, Lynne Baughman- Secretary, John Pennell-Vice-president Stewart Watson, president of the fresh- men class, Lynne Baughman, John Pennell, and Matt Ellison. L 32 SGA The Student Senate, includ- ing eight freshman members and eight sophomore members, is part of the S.G. A. whose lead- ers are President Matt Ellison, Vice President John Pennell, and secretary Lynn Baughman. The sponsor is Dr. Frank Bon- ner. The Senate met the first and third Monday of every month at 4:00. The sixteen members passed legislation, laws, bills, and acted in the stu- dent ' s needs. The freshman and sophomore senators worked to- gether to fulfil the needs of stu- dents and make school enjoy- able to them. They each worked in order to raise funds for each one ' s class. The freshmen sold donuts while the sophomores sold candy. The entire S.G.A. put on a comical Christmas Play on " Christmas First Night. " Senators Left to right; Lynn Baughman, Wendy Kay, Sandra Hook, Lisa Smith, Thayer Whaley, Dehra Schreckengast, Steuart Watson, Robin Rice, Marie Lancianese, Melanie Rish, Pam Bayne, John Pen- nell, Vannie Williams, Jr., Matt Ellison Patrick Thompson, Frank Bonner. Senators 33 Elections Supervised By Committee The Elections Committee worked hard to organize and set up areas for elections on cam- pus. Members were in charge of all SGA elections. Students elected class officers, SGA offi- cers, Homecoming Queen, Miss AC, Miss Sophomore, and Miss Freshman. Elections Committee-left to ri ht: Mike Kasey, Darlene Gardner, Karen Stutt, Dagger Rimmer, Kim Bomar. Lynn Baughman, Tami Daniel, and Scott Lenning. 34 Elections Committee Student Development Committee Meets The Student Development Committee serves as a board to the president of the college con- cerning the recommendations, resolutions, and proposals com- ing from the student Senate. This committee is appointed by the president of Anderson Col- lege. Dr. Rust has final author- ity on student Senate actions. The committee meets monthly and is subject to called meet- ings depending on Senate activ- ity. Monthly 1st Row-Pat Mulligan, Carla Beasley, Melissa Randle, Marion Mandrell, Jenny Burns, 2nd Row-Dick Franklin, Barrett Holmes, Ben Jenkinson, Fred C. Metts. 35 Social Board Left-Right: floor: Pam Richardson, La- Donna Perry, sitting: Becky Thompson, Linda Nance, Kim Bomar, Thayer Whaley. standing: Patricia Woodruff, Joseph Coolper, Vannie Williams, Deno White, John Truluck, Donna Parsons, Maria Lancianese, Officers are: Pam Richardson, Becky Thompson, Kim Bomar, Linda Nance, and Joe Cooler. Planning and carrying out the school ' s activities was the basic concern of the Social Board. Meeting the first Mon- day of every month in the " Back Room " , the group orga- nizes a variety of entertainment and activities for students- enough of a variety so that ev- ery student may be entertained. The Social Board planned three formals and three discos, mov- ies, bands, entertainers, profes- sional and student performers, and student talent shows. They attended the NECCA conven- tion in the fall and have two retreats per year, one in Table Rock State Park, and one in At- lanta. The Social Board Chair- man, Pam Richardson, was sworn in at chapel. Other offi- cers were Linda Nance and Andy Philhower, dance and concert; Lynn Phillips, coffee- house; Becky Thompson, mov- ie; Kim Bomar, publicity; Joe Cooler, special events; Kathy Wiles, secretary. . ' !6 Social Board Student Government In The Residence Halls Standing: Ms. Mary Shooter, Allen Steen, George Wise, Charles Stewart, Tommy Lynch, Jamie Seeger, Wayne Berry, Kenny Rowland, Mike Garrett, Roger Hulsey. Seated: Sandy Seitz, Stuart Crockett, Dee Tumbleson, Donna Smith, Gwen Jones, Janet Skelton, Stewart Watson, Kathy Hawk, Roy MeDuffie, Beth McFadden, Cris Biggers, Charles Crowder, Robin Rice, Shane Moody, Angela Duncan, Doug Horvath, Kim Quals, Dawn Moorfield, Kitty Kennedy. Members not pic- tured: John Cobb, Mike Tyler, Joe McEntire, Claude Whaley, Glen Theiling, Lynne Guest, Lisa Harrison, Cindy Benton, and Kelly Ward. For the first time in AC ' s his- tory the men and women ' s resi- dence hall representatives joined to form a Residence Hall Council. The Residence Hall Council was composed of sophomores and freshmen elected from ea ch of the men ' s and women ' s halls and auxiliary housing. A president was elected from each dormitory and formed the Executive Committee. Mem- bers of this group were: Chris Biggers, George Wise, John Cobb, Joe McEntire, Janet Skelton, Cindy Benton, and Dawn McKenzie. The Residence Hall Council initiated academic and social programs in the halls, relayed the concerns of students to the SGA, Senate, and Student De- velopment Committee. They assisted with fire drills and sponsored Christmas First Night. Presidents: Dawn McKenzie-Whyte, George Wise-Lawton, Janet Skelton-Denmark, Chris Biggers-South, Cindy Benton-Pratt. Residence Hall Council 37 Commuter Committee Meeting montly in the Ab- ney Athletic Center after chapel, the commuter com- mittee had approximately sixteen members. The com- mittee was sponsored by Mrs. Nancy Hanley and Car- la Beasley served as chair- man. The purpose of this committee was to get the commuters involved in all activities around AC. The Commuter Committee planned activities, such as an outing at the lake at the end of second semester and oth- ers to make commuters feel just as much a part of the AC family as the resident stu- dents. Left-Right: Karen Barnett, Ginger Hall, Carla Beasley, Beth Byers 38 Commuter Committee Food Service Committee The Food Service Committee consisted of ten members, four being faculty and six being stu- dents. Meeting monthly in the Martin Dining Room, the Food Service Committee served as a sounding board for students. They took suggestions and complaints from the students and presented new ideas to the Food Service to be worked out within cost and reason. Mr. B.J. Taylor was the director and Lil- libet White was the chairman. Lillibet White, chairman; Mr. B.J. Tay- lor, director. Left-Right: Lillibet White, Kathy Pitt- man, Mrs. Shooter, Nancy Sprouse, standing: Norman Elliott, Dr. Jerry Clonts, B.J. Taylor. Food Service Committee 39 Phi Theta Kappa The Phi Theta Kappa of the national junior college honor- ary scholastic fraternity is part of Anderson College. A student must have a 3.5 grade point average to be a member of this club. Officers are Lynn Snipes- President; Melanie Rish-Vice President; Donna Richardson- Secretary; Paige Rosamond- Treasurer; and Sandra Hook- Reporter. Advisors are Dr. Mims Dr. Matthews. Officers are: Melanie Rish, Sandra Hook, Donna Richardson, and Lynn Snipes. Left-Right: Karen Moore, Becky Thompson, Lisa Smith, Janet Skelton, Bo Mahaffey, Lynn Snipes, Theresa Gabbard, Lisa Howell, Melanie Rish, Cass Farrior, Delia Ray, Donna Can- nady, Wayne Berry, Sam Paul, Roger Hulsey, Dr. Matt hews, Donna Richard- Phi Theta Kappa 40 Gamma Beta Phi The Gamma Beta Phi Soci- ety ' s purpose was to encourage scholastic effort, to reward aca- demic merit, and to improve education through appropriate service projects. The society met once a month and was open to all students with a 3.2 aver- age. During the meetings, they planned activities such as hav- ing cookouts, rollerskating, and sponsoring the Blood Donor Drive. Mr. Mrs. John Boyte served as the sponsors of this society and the officers are: Lisa Smith, President; Gaye Elder, Vice-President; Kathy Hawk, Secretary; Sandra Hook, Trea- surer; Darlene Gardner, Public- ity; Matt Ellison, Parlimentar- ian. Officers are: sitting: Darlene Gardner. Kathy Hawk, standing: Sandra Hook, Matt Ellison, Lisa Smith, Left-Right: floor, Sandy Lundy, Lynn Snipes, Debbie Coleman, Theresa Gab- bard, Margaret Smith, Wayne Berry, chair; Karen Moore. Jenny Burns, Don- na Richardson, standing: Darlene Gard- ner, Barrett Holmes, Sam Paul, Roger Hulsey, Lisa Smith, Chuck Cape, Tami Daniel, Mark Wall, Jovanna Johnson. Sandra Hook, Kathy Hawk, Matt Elli- son, John K. Boyte-Sponsor. Gamma Beta Phi 41 Omicron Iota Kappa 1st Row: Saundra Phillips, President; Kathy Jones, Secretary; Donna Smith, Vice President. 2nd Row: Jan Weaver, Marcie Graham, Terry Farr. 3rd Row: Nancy Beth Swygent, Renae Holley, Beth McFaddin. 4th Row: Lisa Lan- dreth, Kim Bomar, Jovanna Johnson, Dehra Shreckengast, Denise Grebian. 5th Row: Melinda Patterson, Mrs. Mar- tin, Freddie Jabbar. 42 Omicron Iota Kappa Omicron Iota Kappa, spon- sored by Mrs. Mary Martin and Mrs. Lee Dresbach, has a large group of 41 women who are ma- joring in the field of fashion or home economics. The officers are Susan Tisdale, Donna Smith, Kathy Jones, and presi- dent Saundra Phillips. The in- duction of members was held in September of 1980 and the meeting place is in either room 108 or 100. The group had a dinner with career speakers in this field in October; on Janu- ary 19 the formal tea was held. The annual Fashion Fair was in February, and they also took a trip in March to Atlanta. First row: Kim Bomar, Lyn Baughman. Joye Mears, Beth McFaddin, Thayer Whaley, Kathy Jones, Cindy Martin, Jovanna Johnson. Second row: Gloria Lee, Debbie Painter, Debra Shrecken- gast, Kathy Howard, Saundra Phillips, Denise Grebien, Karen Barnett. Third row: Patricia Hegler, Lisa Landreth, Darlene Gardner, Terry Farr, Kay Love, Melinda Johnson. Deborah Howell. Standing up: John Truluck, Jan Weaver, Renea Holley, Betsy Rhodes, Mrs. Martin. Omicron Iota Kappa 43 Campus Ministries Outreach chairman is Renee Mack. Mission and Social Action-left to right: bottom row-Tammy Keown, Lisa Howell, Jan West, Debbie Coleman; top row-Norman Elliot, Malcolm Cary, and Richard Schumpert. 44 Campus Ministries Celebration-BYW Left to right, 1st row: Nita Hodges, Leah Clinkscales, Sherry Hawkins, Ka- ren E. Rushton, Cheryl Thompson, Su- san Myzell. Vicki Harris, Angela Dun- can. 2nd row: Lillibet White, Debbie Simmons, Theresa Gabbard, Lisa Smith, Mae Beth Morrow, Lynn Riv- ers, Maya Laoh, Laurie Evans, Lori Ca- meron, lird row: Cass Farrioe, Ray Rhode, Richard Schumpert, Rick Mus- tin, David Satterwhite, Mike Hughes. 4th row: Phil Hall, Steve Wiley, Calvin Moore. Celebration 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 worshipping, singing, and having testimonies. Sponsored by Campus Minis- tries, the group was under the leadership of Mike Hughes. Meetings were held on the Sec- ond Floor of the Administra- tion building and the group was made up of 30 members. BAPTIST YOUNG WOMEN, Left to right, first row: Lynn Rivers, Mae Beth Morrow, Lillibet White, Mrs. Jacque Davidson, Sponsor. Back row: Debbie Simmons, Sherry Hawkins, Laurie Ev- ans. Gaye Elder-President not pictured. Celebration-BYW 45 Journey Teams The jounery teams are groups of AC Students that go places and share their love for Christ. When the groups visit other churches they sing, have skits, and share with testimonies. The Journey Team director is Melanie Rish. Journey Team 1 Nita Hodges, Lynn Rivers, Leah Clinkscales, Joy Tribble, Lillihet White, Phil Pickens, Cass Farrior, Richard Schumpert, Steve Wiley, Rick Must in. Journey Team 3 Pam Bayne, Cheryl Thompson, Mae Beth Morrow, Scott LLenning, Melanie Rish, Curtis Skinner Journey Team 2 Calvin Moore, Lisa McAlister, Ray Rhode, Delis Fay, Phil Hall, Sherry Hawkins, Angela Duncan. 46 Journey Team Sunshine Friend Helpers And Church Related Vocations Sunshine Friends consist of a group of 15-20 retarded youth and adults who look forward each week to visiting their AC friends. The AC students show their concern by spending 2 hours a week, on Thursday, from 3:00 until 5:00, with these less fortunate people. Some of the activities consist of story- telling, singing songs, and play- ing games. The group meets in the Religious Activity Building. After a few indoor games they go outside. Other activities in which they are involved are the fair and a Halloween Carnival during the fall semester. During Christmas they have a Christ- mas parade. In the spring se- mester they have a Valentine Party. One of the reasons the group is called Sunshine Friends is because it adds a bright spot for all of those in- volved. Church Related Vocations Lillibet White. Leah Clinkscales, Lynn Rivers. Norman Elliott, Calvin Moore, David Satterwhite, Steve Wiley, Richard Schumpent. Rick Mustin, Cass Farrior, Ray Rhode. Sunshine Friend Helpers: David Satter- white, Dugger Rimmer, Marsha Kea- ton, Janet Skelton-Director, Sherry Hawkins, Kathy Hawk. Karen Rushton Campus Ministries 47 Men ' s And Women ' s Women ' s Agape-left to right: Lillibet White, Debbie Simmons, Leah Clinks- cales, Susan Myzell, Angela Duncan, Delia Fay. Mae Beth Morrow, Lori Ca- meron, Laurie Evans, Harriett Cox, Vicki Harris, Maya Lai, Lynn Rivers, Delaine Wilson, Anne Manning Camp- hell, Evie McAlister, Lisa Smith, Nita Hodges, and Sherry Hawkins. 48 Agape Wind Ensemble Stage Band Wind Ensemble Stage Band-left to right, at piano: Lorrie Orbann; stand- ing: Bruce Crocker, Ann Madden, Craig Warnick, Ed Kolhmayer. Dr. Perry Carroll. Not pictured: Tim King. Interaction Singers Interaction Singers-Top row, left to ens, Cass Farrior, Steve Wiley. Bottom Kathye Mathis, Treci Friddle, Debbie right: Rick Mustin, Bruce Cooker, Rich row: DeeDee Welborn, Lynne Rivers, Simmons, Lillibet White, and Dr. Perry ard Schumpert, Norman Elliot, Keith Margaret Smith, Stephanie Pearce, Carroll. Timms, David Satterwhite, Phil Pick- Sharon McKinnev, Tracee Page, Interaction 49 AC Bell Players The Handbell Choir plays an important part in the AC Music Department. It consists of stu- dents that have an interest in bell ringing. Normally, sopho- more music theory students are members. There is, however, a tryout for non-music students who may have an interest or may have experience in bell ringing. The Handbell Choir performs in Chapel, churches and travels with the college choir on tour. One-half semes- ter hour ' s credit is given for be- ing a member of the handbell choir. The director of the Iris Handbell Choir is Mr. William Bridges. Handbell Choir-Barry Brinson, Mar- lou .Jordan, Janet Collins, DeeDee Wel- born, Lillibet White, and Angela Dun- can. 50 Bell Players AC Jazz Band The Jazz Band held a very busy schedule because of their weekly practicing. They played during chapel, and Christmas time. Jazz, appealing to both young and old, was depicted well from this talented group. Jazz Band 51 The AC Pep Club is kept busy all year through its pro- grams to support all AC ath- letes and to get students in- volved in activities. With ap- proximately 15 members meet- ing twice per month in the back room, the club sponsored bake sales, bon-fire pep rallies, half- time entertainment, and sold pom-poms and badges during basketball season. The club also sponsored Hat Day second se- mester where all students wore any type of crazy hat that they could get. Sponsored by Susan Wright, the Pep Club officers were Sadie Sellers, President; Gwen Jones, Vice President; Sonya Baker, publicity; and Melinda Patterson, Sup. of Selling and Purchasing. Left-Right: sitting: LaDonna Perry, Sa- die Sellers, Gwendolyn Jones, floor: Pam Richardson, Lorraine Hopkins, Linda Nance, standing: Annette Holmes, Diane Lanham, Sandra Hook, Helen McGee, K.T. Richey. 52 AC Pep Club Sponsored by the Kiwanis Inter-national, the Circle K of AC is a service organization open to male and female stu- dents. The purpose of the club is to help others by providing service for the community as well as the college. Circle K met twice a month in the Trustees Room. Its spon- sors were Mrs. Nancy Hanley, Mr. Smith Parrish, and Mr. B.J. Taylor. Having 25 mem- bers, the officers of the club were: Vannie Williams, Sr. President, Susan Welborne; Vice President, Nancy Sprouse; Secretary, and Edwina Bowie, Treasurer. Some service projects includ- ed weiner roasts, pancake sup- pers, and visiting residents at nursing homes. Circle K Left-Right: floor: Nancy Sprouse, Sandra Grant, sitting: Susan Wel- born, Jan Weaver, standing: Joe Cooler, Scott Kosanks, Smith Par- rish-advisor, B.J. Taylor-advisor, Sabr ina Bowens, Vannie Williams. Circle K 53 Commercial Club Lisa Smith and Linda Hardv. Officers are: Sandy Lundy, president; Becky Outen, vice president; and Lisa Girardeau, social chairman. Commercial club-left to right: Donna Parsons, Lisa Girardeau, Becky Outen, Sandy Lundy, and Susan Welborn. Not pictured: Cindy Collins, Cindy Smith, Annette Holmes, and Denise Thomp- son. W K Xh 54 Commercial Club Black Awareness Club Floor: LaDonna Perry, Sandra Grant, Lorraine Hopkins, Annette Holmes. Sitting: Sadie Sellers, Linda Nance, Gwen Jones, Standing: Patricia Wood- ruff, Vannie Williams, Jr., Diane Lan- ham, Sandra Hook, K.T. Richey, Helen McGee, Sabrina Bowens. Officers are: sitting; Sandra Hook, standing: Gwen Jones, LaDonna Perry, Annette Holmes. The Black Awareness Club, headed by Sandra Hook, meets once a month in the " Back Room " at 6:00 p.m. The Black Awareness Club has eighteen members. Other officers are Gwen Jones, vice-president; Annette Holmes, secretary; and LaDonna Perry, treasurer. Elections for the President and Secretary were held the 2nd week of April. All other elec- tions will be held the second week of September. Black Awareness Club 55 Pageant Wagon Players The Good Doctor by Neil Simon was produced by the An- derson College Pageant Wagon Players on November 5-10. The play was a series of skits that were presented as thoughts of a Russian writer ' s mind. Randy Hadaway played Anton Chekhov, the Russian writer. His thoughts were portrayed by the rest of the cast. Clay Outz, John Willis Megan Murray, John Willis Mr. Jack Bilbo 56 Pageant Wagon Players " The Good Doctor Pageant Wagon Players 57 Anderson College Disciplinary Committee The Disciplinary Committee serves as a group of students and teachers who listen to stu- dents who have been charged with a fine. The students in trouble go before this commit- tee and are judged by this com- mittee, who decides the out- come of the hearing. This chance to appeal a fine is to in- sure fairness of the rules and regulation for the students. Left to right-Lee Hendrix, Allen Steen- assistant Attorney General, Dick Franklin-Chairperson, Keith Ander- son, Frank Bonner, Sheryl McKinney. Betty Jo Pryor, Joe Cooler-Attorney General. 58 Disciplinary Committee Ivy Leaves Encourages Expression I. . Doug Davison, Advisor, Joyce Carwile, Steve Phillips, Helen McGee. and Yvonne Felder. " Ivy Leaves, " Anderson Col- lege ' s literary magazine, gave students an excellent opportu- nity to reveal their talents and skill in the field of poetry, drawing, short stories and pho- tography. This gave the stu- dents the honor of having origi- nal works published. The staff, led by Mr. Doug Davison, English professor, also allowed interested students to contribute their time and abili- ties to publishing a fine literary anthology. 59 The Columns The Columns staff had quite a change-over this year. For the first time, the yearbook was planning a supplement. This meant pushing deadlines ahead and getting pictures early. Through it all, a staff of dedi- cated workers stayed up long hours, passed in work assigned at the very last minute, and did quite a bit of scoop reporting. But, being a staff member does have its advantag es. The staff gets to meet students and facul- ty that he may not have ordi- narily had the opportunity to meet. He also gets a sneak pre- view of what everyone else has to wait until April to see. Staff members are special people who learn to smile when working at 3 a.m. when they really want to growl or cry. The 1981 Columns staff consisted of Lisa Girardeau, Donna Par- sons, Debbie Summey, Jennifer Hayes, Brenda Creswell, Tina Flarity, Ann Myers, Terry Wil- liams, Mike Buzhardt, Thayer Whaley, LuAnne Bell, Sam McClain, Tay Smith, Joye Mears, asst. editor; Debbie Der- rick, editor; and Mrs. Mary Shooter, advisor. Debbie Derrick, editor. Mrs. Mary Shooter, advisor. 60 Columns Columns 61 .Jove Mears, asst. editor. 62 Columns 1 Lisa Girardeau Sam McClain Debbie Summy Columns 63 Echoes: Voice Of The Student Body Buster Bradham, Assistant Sports Edi- tor, Mark Dake, Sports Editor for Ech- oes, and Elisha Hughes, staff writer. Lisa Swicegood, Echoes Editor. Darlene Greene, Associate Editor. Dr. Brena Walker, Advisor. Steve Ken- rick, Photographer. 64 Echoes The AC Echoes, under the leadership of Lisa Swicegood, editor, and Dr. Brena Walker, advisor, provided excellent news coverage during the year. Letters expressing various opinions of the students were printed, as well as world events that kept us aware of the politi- cal change of the election year. The freshmen reporters en- tered the first staff meeting of the year with enthusiasm. The mystique of the newspaper af- fected everyone who worked on the paper staff. Many opportu- nities were provided for report- ers to develop into editors. Dig- ging into campus politics, social activities and administrative decisions fascinated the curious reporter. Lisa said, " I am proud of the staff and their work. " Upper left: Maria Lancianese, feature editor. Upper center: Mark Dake, sports editor. Upper right: Darlene Greene, as- sociate editor. 2nd row Left: Sonja Ba- ker, business manager; right: Beth Byers, staff writer. 3rd row left: Susie Cape, staff writer; right: Andrea John- son, staff writer. Bottom left: Joy Gib- son, staff writer; right: Cassandra John- son, staff writer. Echoes 65 v- ' :a;. ' HrE m -.. ■:■■-■ ■ M m ■ ■■ " ■•.■ 66rAdministration ' ■.- • ' SWJJ I IB m m ADMINISTRATIO Staff And Faculty No " Ordinary " President Dr. Ray P. Rust, one of An- derson College ' s specialties, is no ordinary president. We are fortunate to have such a man. He has an outstanding ability for developing rapport. He en- courages friendship with sopho- mores and makes the freshmen feel they have always known him. Dr. Rust sums up the year 1980-1981, as being very satis- fying. He adds that he has a great appreciation for his asso- ciates and this increases with the growth of Anderson Col- lege. Dr. Rust fills his position as president with ease. Mrs. Mary Jones stays busy at her desk in President Rust ' s office. Dr. and Mrs. Rust are familiar, friendly faces at Anderson College. 68 President Trustees Vital To AC The South Carolina Baptist Convention, a strong supporter of Anderson College, elects the board of trustees. The represen- tatives are from all over the state. They are organized into five groups; Executive, Finan- cial, Academic affairs, Student affairs, and the Development Committee. Their annual ses- sion is in November, with regu- lar meetings in October, Janu- ary and May. The AC trustees are elected for a 5-year term. The Board of Trustees: front row-Mrs. Ralph Morgan, Mrs. Murdock McLen- nan, Rev. Charles Shacklette, Rev. M.B. Morrow, Jr., and Louis Forrester. Second row-Mrs. John Deane, Dr. Ver- non Jeffords, Dr. Edward Rickenbaker. Dr. W.L. Williams, Third row-Reese Fant, Rev. Robert Freeland, William Brown, Gerald Wallace, and Kenneth Vickery. Fourth row-Roy McCall, J.T. Rice, and Stephen Aaron. Dr. W.L. Williams, Mr. Sam Thrift, Mr. Charles Shacklette with Dr. Rust. Dr. Charles Shacklette retires as chair- man of the Board of Trustees. Trustees 69 Academic Dean Holds High Expectations Dr. Paul Talmadge, Aca- demic Dean of Anderson Col- lege, is a man of high expecta- tions. He believes that A.C. has a quality no other college has, bringing both challenge and pleasure to his position. Still of- fering his assistance since 1969, he loves his job, the students, and Anderson College. Dr. Paul Talmage enjoys working with students in his office in the Merritt Building. Mrs. Linda Clark works with Dr. Tal- mage, the Academic Dean, as secretary. 70 Academic Dean Registrar Dr. Richard Roberts, Assis- tant Academic Dean and Regis- trar, has been at A.C. since Feb- ruary 1971. His duties include the following: distributing schedules, recording permanent grades, helping in advising transferring students, and also evaluating transcripts. A.C. is Dr. Roberts ' Alma Mater and his presence is much respected and trusted. Dr. Richard Roberts pauses from his duties as the photographer comes in. A depended on typist, Mrs. M. Mit- chum types some letters. Patricia Long uses the computer to re- view some data. Registrar ' s Office 71 Keys To Admittance Heading the staff is Mr. Smith Parrish, serving as Di- rector of Admissions. He works with the Academic Dean and Admissions Counselors to plan and carry out a program of re- cruitment in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. His assistants are Mrs. Marsha Erskine and Miss Lee Easley. They travel for the col- lege as necessary. Mrs. Bobby Snipes assists as secretary. Admissions Counselor Lee Easley dis- cusses a student ' s transcripts over the telephone. Smith Parrish, Head of Admissions, hurries to his office to keep an appoint- ment. Secretary Bobby Snipes goes over stu- dents ' admission papers. 72 Admissions Staff Library " I gotta ' hot date ' with the Library tonight, " is a much groaned over statement; yet, a lot of the time it has to happen. When students must go to the library, the Olin D. Johnston Memorial Library is a most ef- ficient one with well-equipped supplies. Also included is the Reading Department with pro- grams that are directed to help individuals who have problems reading. This covers a wide area from pre-college to doctoral level. Ms. Betty Funk of the Reading Center after finishing a good book. Ms. Annie Francis Blackman prepares to send out over-due book notices. Ms. Brenda Debose looks to see if a book is checked out. Typing cards in the library is Ms. Bar- bara Garrison. Ms. Dora Hancock, Assistant Librarian. Ms. Nancy Eliott assists a student at the Reading Center. Library 73 Counseling Center Handles Problems Mrs. Carolyn Gabbard serves as secre- tary to both Dr. Whitlow and Dr. Rich- ardson. The Counseling Center is a very important part of AC. Dr. Robert Richardson, Assistant Academic Dean and Director of Counseling, and Dr. Jim Whit- low offer a variety of counseling that covers all types of prob- lems: personal, academic, voca- tional, counseling group ses- sions and special programs. These counseling services are offered to all students during the year. Dr. Jim Whitlow aids students with problems concerning school and per- sonal life. □ □ Dr. Robert Richardson takes time to chat with Delia Fay in his office. 74 Counseling Center Business Administrator Mr. B.J. Taylor, Vice-Presi- dent for Business Affairs, was responsible for budgets, pur- chasing investments, non-aca- demic personal procurement, employee benefits, and long range financial planning. Mr. Cecil Mitchum helped Taylor with such responsibilities as di- recting the work of the Business Office, Food Operations, Book- store, and Switchboard. Mr Taylor said that " AC continues to operate in a fiscally sound position and we have every ex- pectation of operating a bal- anced budget. " With the orga- nized help of secretary, Mrs. Gerri Ifkovits, this task was a sure success. Being the Social Secretary of Anderson College was a big duty for Mrs. Ada Meeks. Working under the direction of President Rust, she arranged meetings in the area of Public Relations. ■f i Mr. B.J. Taylor Mrs. Ifkovits efficiently supervises the AC car pool. Mr. Cecil Mitchum, Assistant Vice- President for Business Affairs. Mrs. Ada Meeks, Social Secretary for AC. Business Administrator 75 On Campus Offices Are Convenient The Business Office takes on such duties as handling the ac- counts of students whether they be a slim $50 or a fat $500. The bookstore on the campus is equipped with all necessary supplies for needed subjects. There are also gifts and cards. There are health items and decorations for dorm rooms. Its use is for the students ' benefit and convenience. Business Office Supervisor-Ms. Martha Mahaffey Our efficient cashier, Mrs. Linda Gra- ham Mrs. Sherry Smith, a bookstore em- ployee Lyn Hovis gives us a pretty smile Ms. Betty West relaxes and enjoys job Ms. Mae King-Bookstore helper, also 76 Bookstore, Business Office Food Service Managing the cafeteria at A.C. was Connie Branch. He had duties probably desired by no other. His duties, along with his staff, were in great de- mands, consisting of trying to meet ARA standards and plan- ning meals. Communication The A.C. switchboard han- dles calls for the students who do not have their own phones. This means of communications brings on a smile from a chat with boyfriend girlfriend or relatives. Also, if needed, the faculty can call home or for business reasons. It is a sure thing that the lines and workers most definitely stay busy. Connie Branch has a busy schedule with the job of managing the cafeteria and the students. Discussing the latest gossip, students indulge in the cafeteria ' s newest delica- Taking time out from the hectic cafete- ria schedule, Greg Stephenson stops for a smile. Switchboard operator Sara Westmore- land answers the phone with a friendly hello. Dining Room, Switchboard 77 in ■miii i ,■■ j Public Relations Important To AC John Willis, Director of Communica- tions, goes over his daily paperwork. Lucy Rodgers, secretary, prepares to mail out A.C. newsletters. Miss Cathy Sams, Director of News Service. Walter E. Dahlgren, Director of Devel- opment, discusses communications at a conference. Mr. Walter E. Dahlgren, Vice-President for Develop- ment, assures AC ' s public rela- tions with other towns. The News Service ' s primary respon- sibility is to promote A.C. by publicizing events and individ- ual achievements. This in- cludes printing and mailing, communicating, keeping alum- ni records, publishing news of AC, and taking care of public relations and hospitality. These are all under direction of Wal- ter Dahlgren. 78 Development Printing- Mailing The college printing and mailing office is in charge of mass mail onto other indivi- duals colleges. Mrs. Martha Powell heads this operation. The college IBM secretary acts as the secretary for the col- lege faculty through the use of the dictaphone machine. The offset printing operations is an- other duty included. The secre- tary who conducts these duties is Mrs. Pat Stegall. The duo of Mrs. Martha Powell and Mrs. Pat Stegall assures of correct mail- ing. Ms. Pat Stegall finishes up some filing of mail. Printing And Mailing 79 Student Development-Active Area Richard Franklin-a remark- able man. As Vice-President for Student Development, he man- aged the student program, in- cluding student activities, stu- dent government, security and intramurals. He emphasized the social wellbeing of every student. His responsibilities were thought of with a positive outlook. Mrs. Thome, secre- tary, put forth her best effort for the students and her job. Mrs. Carol Willis, Assistant Vice-President for Student De- velopment, was in charge of student housing, solving room- ing problems, and making cam- pus life enjoyable and pleasant for both men and women. Mr. Richard Franklin heads the depart- ment of student development. Mrs. Carol Willis is the Assistant Vice- President for Student Development. Mrs. Eunice Thorne is the secretary for the student development office. 80 Student Development Dynamic Duo student helper, and Mrs. Tonja Goff, also office helper in this area. Three of Mr. Week ' s helpers, Renee Salines, Cynthia Collins, and Beth McFadden. Steve Kenrick assists Mr. Weeks in the Traffic office. Hugh Weeks, Director of Men ' s Resi- dential Living. Mary H. Shooter, Director of Women ' s Residential Living. As Director of Women ' s Resi- dential Living, Ms. Mary Shooter sees dorm life as a co- operational effort involving consideration between students in all situations. Life in the dorm is an educational exper- ience, and Ms. Shooter enjoyed the challenge. She served as Advisor of the 1981 Columns, and Co-Sponsor with Hugh Weeks of the Residence Hall Council. Mr. Weeks, Director of Men ' s Residential Living, enjoys working with college students because they are in the time of their lives when they are ex- cited about new ideas and chal- lenging old ones. He is interest- ed in growing and helping oth- ers grow. Mr. Weeks was in charge of the Traffic Control. Several student workers helped in both offices. Residential Living 81 Coach Jim Boykin is in charge of intra- murals for the residents and commut- Susan Wright plans social activities for the student body through S.G.A. Intramurals And Social Activities Keep A.C. Students Busy The dynamic duo of Coach Boykin and Susan Wright kept every student at AC physically fit and happy. Coach Boykin is head of Intramurals. Intramur- als offered many variations of sports such as softball, tennis, volleyball, soccer, basketball, and football. Susan Wright, Student Ac- tivities Director, plans all ac- tivities for the student body. She is Advisor to the SGA So- cial Board. Good times, laugh- ter, and fun are the, goal of their activities. 82 Boykin-Wright Financial Help Inflation has hit everywhere, in- cluding Anderson College. Howev- er, through Federal and State Grants, jobs and payments for tu- ition were made possible. Mr. Jim Owens was the Director of Finan- cial Aid assisted by Ms. June Can- trell. Ms. Lynda Sayers was Job Coordinator. Mrs. Ola Gray also assisted in this area as secretary and receptionist. Mr. Jim Owens, Director of Financial Aid. Mrs. June Cantrell, Assistant Director of Financial Aid. Mrs. Lynda Sayers, Job Coordinator. Mrs. Ola Gray, Secretary. 83 RAs Always Ready To Help The Resident Advisors for women are Susan Wright, Grace Melton, Virginia Scott. Directed by Hugh Weeks and Mary Shooter, the Resident As- sistants are helpful to men and women residing in the dormi- tories. If a problem occurs . . . RAs are there. Saundra Phillips and Keith Anderson both agree that being an RA is worth the trouble and frustration of try- ing to please everyone. The resident assistants are: sitting-Saundra Phillips, Donna Burrell, Gaye Elder, Mark Harrelson, Sandy Lundy, Steve Furtick, John Shannon Neely, Linda Baron, Sandra Hook, Jenny Burns, standing- Pennell, Tim Sisk, and Ernie Rabb. David Satterwhite, Tom O ' Quin, Keith Anderson, Jim Holcombe, Doug Nail and Steve Kenrick are Resident Terry Tritt is the Resident Advisor for North Advisors for Lawton dormitory. and South dormitory. 84 Resident Assistants, RAs Too Sick To Go The Rice Infirmary was well equipped to take care of the stu- dents ' needs. Mrs. Donna Bur- roughs, nurse, was new to AC campus, but soon became a friend. She took care of the stu- dents and made appointments with the Doctor when neces- sary. " I got a letter today! " This excitement was possible through the convenience of our own post office operated by Mrs. Virginia Scott. Donna Burroughs, Director of Health Service and Campus Nurse. Any Mail Today? rrr,- rrrrr rrrrr rrfl Blood Donors, Kathy Hawkins, Linda Nance, make their contributions. Bonte Nickols and a nurse pictured. Virginia Scott, Postmistress. Infirmary, Post Office 85 Athletic Director Coach John Edwards, along with being the head basketball coach of the Trojans, was the Head of the Athletic Department. Coach Edwards helped with most of the activities in sports around campus. As basketball coach, he is in his 3rd year of coaching. His record since being here is 44-16. He is a fantastic coach and has a great team. He also sends brochures out to recruits to get great basketball players in- terested in Ander son College Sports. Dan Edwards is the assistant athletic director. Coach John Edwards heads the athletic department and coaches the men ' s bas- ketball team. Mrs. Ann King is the secretary for the athletic department. 86 Athletic Director Anderson College Coaches Coach Frankie Porter, coach for the Lady Trojans tennis and Basketball. Coach Boykin, director over intramur- als. AC Men ' s tennis coach-Jim Boykin Coaches 87 Maintenance Have you heard the expres- sion " man on the hall " ? It is a phrase often heard in the girls ' resident halls. An efficient group of men cared for the buildings and grounds at AC. They deserved a big THANKS for their efforts Pictured at top left: John Fleming, fore- man of buildings and grounds; right: Dennis McKee, foreman mechanical trade and Dale Erb. Center left: John Hodges, foreman custodial, and Marvin Rada; center Cliff Dutton, mainten- ance; left: Olim Padgett, Director of the physical plant, discusses energy conser- vation with Roy McCall, AC trustee. Campus Secure Crowe ' s Security provided protection for students. Securi- ty officers walked or rode around campus at night. Doors were locked at a certain time each night in the girls dorms. However, they could come in the front door of Merritt build- ing by showing their ID. Mildred Haddock, security officer, checks a student ' s ID. Lower left: Kath- erine Kelly, security officer; right: Anthony Darst, security officer. 88 Maintenance, Security Art And Drama What is art? Art covers any field from paintings to skits. It is any human skill. The Art de- partment under Mrs. Susan Wooten and Dr. Chuck McCarter taught students many areas from fundamentals for fashion merchandising and interior design majors to ad- vanced courses such as com- mercial art and drawing for art majors. AC has a fine art de- partment in preparing art ma- jors for four year institutions. Another art is drama. Head- ed by Mr. Jack Bilbo, the dra- ma department held classes for students in speech and drama. The Pageant Wagon Players, members of the drama class, provide culture and theatrical excitement to the students and community. Ms. Susan Wooten Dr. Chuck McCarter Mr. Jack Bilbo, head of the Drama de- partment. Art, Drama 89 Business Administration And Education Mrs. Frankie Childress-personal typ- ing. Mr. Phil Franks-Principles of Account- ing. Mr. John Boyte works with economic students. Business Administration and Business Education prepare students for careers in account- ing, management, insurance, fi- nance, industry, administra- tion, and secretarial jobs. Teaching in the Business de- partment is Mrs. Kathryn McGregor, Mrs. Ruth Boyte, and Mr. John Boyte. Many courses are designed for the stu- dent in management, econom- ics, accounting, shorthand, typewriting-from elementary to intermediate, office practice, and business communications. This department has terminal or transfer programs for stu- dents. SSA Mrs. Ruth Boyte works agressively with Business Education students. Mrs. Kathryn McGregor, Chairman of the Business Department. 90 Business Administration And Education Biology and Chemistry study the composition of life and the universe. Biology held classes for Botany, Zoology, and the human anatomy and physiol- ogy. Biology Lab gave students a chance to see for themselves plant and life forms. This course is designed for medical majors and for students need- ing these courses to transfer. Chemistry held classes in de- velopmental chemistry, two classes of general chemistry, and two classes of organic chemistry. Topics ranged from the atomic theory to inter-rela- tionships of classes of organic compounds. Dr. Alice Fay, the chairman of the chemistry department, studies an ex- periment. New to the faculty staff, Mr. Lee King joins the chemistry department. Dr. Jerry Clonts takes a rest in his of- fice between biology classes. Mrs. Betty Jo Pryor puts notes on the overhead projector in a biology class. Mr. Robin Kelley, chairman of the biol- ogy department, lectures to a class. Biology And Chemistry 91 English One thing that every student has to take to graduate from anywhere is English. The Eng- lish department here at A.C. is one of the very best and has proved to have teachers who are willing to help students to better understand the funda- mentals of grammer and litera- ture. The department of Eng- lish was a very big one, so that each class of English that was taught was not too big. This was an advantage to the student and also to the teacher. Dr. Frank Bonner listens to a discus- sion during an English class. Susan Hite enjoys her second year at A.C. teaching English. Mr. Dennis James, chairman of the English Department, laughs at a re- mark in class. Dr. Brenna Walker smiles at a humor- 9fe ous remark during journalism class. V ! V • TLi— ■ 92 English 1) Dr. Frances Mims, an author of poet- 4) Mrs. Fay Cowan talks with Dr. ry, books, and articles, enjoys teaching McCarter before going to work in her English. office. 2) Mrs. Sara Greer smiles at a student as English class begins. 3) Mr. Doug Davison, relatively new at A.C., enjoys the students in his English classes. 5) Mrs. Margaret Wooten listens in- tently as a student discusses a short sto- ry- 6) Mr. Bill West helps Donna Wilder with her questions concerning Ameri- can literature. English 93 Fashion Merchandising is a popular and growing depart- ment at AC. Mrs. Mary Martin, head of department, is a versa- tile and interesting teacher. From fads to classics, study is emphasized. The primary pur- pose of the Home Economics course is to prepare profession- als in terminal and transfer courses. Mrs. Lee Dresback teaches courses in basic and ad- vanced foods and interior de- signs. Fashion And History " Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492 " ; sound familiar? That ' s not the height of knowl- edge in Western Civilization but learning about the past de- picts the future and will in- crease our knowledge of events to come. Mrs. Mary Martin, teacher of fashion merchandising, is a leading authority on the subject. Mrs. Lee Dresback teaches interior de- sign and foods in the Home Economics Department. . Mrs. Pat Mulligan teaches courses in the history curriculum. Dr. Victor Mathews, new to the faculty staff, teaches history. Dr. Henry Von Hasseln is chairman of the A.C. History Department. 94 Fashion And History Foreign Languages-French And Spanish Dr. Shirley Jacks brought the French Culture to the students of AC. Elementary courses were de- signed to develop structure pat- terns and pronunciation. More advanced courses involved complex sentences and im- provement of skills in conversa- tion and reading. A maximum amount of study time was need- ed to master the French lan- guage. Cest la vie! Spanish provided another chance to become familiar with other parts of the world. Along with cultural teachings, Dr. Ar- quez taught basic reading and writing techniques as well as in- termediate. Dr. Shirley Jacks, French professor. film lb s Dr. Samuel Arguez, Spanish professor. French. Spanish 95 Mathematics Math is a difficult course, but A.C. makes it easier for the stu- dents to conquer. The student may study at six different levels of difficulty: developmental math, college algebra, college trigonometry, mathematical analysis I and II, math for ele- mentary school teachers I and II, geometry for elementary school teachers and courses in retailing, calculus, computer programing, and statistics. Taught by Mr. Hughey, Mrs. Davison, Mrs. Higgins, Mr. Dill, and Mr. McClanahan, the math department aids students in math majors, fashion, teach- ing, and business. Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins joins her stu- dents to demonstrate a math problem. Mr. Glen Hughey helps a student with a difficult equation. Mrs. Jacque Davison calls roll at the beginning of math class. Mr. Gregg McClanahan speaks to the students coming into the classroom. Mr. Randy Dill, chairman of the Math Department, prepares to finish class. 96 Mathematics • ■A |u %j| Y J It- J " WK v I F - Music The Music Department has many leaders in it. They are Mrs. Anita Brown, Mr. James Clark, Mr. William Bridges, Mrs. Anita Bridges and Dr. E. Perry Carroll, Department Chairman. These great teachers prepare students to be hopeful, talented musicians. Dr. E. Perry Carroll, Chairman of Mu- sic Department Mrs. Anita Brown aids students with concern Mrs. Anita Bridges works diligently with all music majors. Mr. William Bridges, director over handbells Mr. James Clark does remarkable work with music majors Music 97 Physics And Physical Science Physics may be defined as " that branch of knowledge dealing with the inanimate world and its natural phenom- ena. " Understanding what makes the physical world func- tion with accuracy and smooth- ness was one objective of the Physical Science taught by Mr. Robert H. Fries. Professor Fries also taught the Physics class. Mr. R.H. Fries Students in the Physics class tried an experiment to measure the expansion of metal when heated. A field trip to the weather station at the Anderson Airport by the Physical Sci- ence class. Physical Education And Health Anderson College students had a variety of Physical Edu- cation courses from which to choose. Karate, skating, bowl- ing, swimming and snow skiing were not only fun but they were designed to teach students new skills they could use later. It was the aim of the Health course to teach students more about what internal factors in- fluence their health. Mr. Larry Southerland. P.E professor. Karate is a favorite course. Skating at the rink. n I : :3 98 Physics, Physical Science, P.E. Individual Attention Is Goal of Faculty Psychology is the science of behavior. Psychologists are in- terested in many important functions, such as thoughts, sensations, emotions, needs, and capabilities that cannot be observed or measured directly. Child studies and personal growth projects are among the numerous requirements. Each professor attempted to give the students an insight into under- standing and accepting people as they are. Courses were offered in Gen- eral Psychology, Child Growth and Development, Adolescent Growth and Development, and Personal Adjustment. Dr. Eugene Mandrell is chairman of the psychology department. Mrs. Marion Mandrell, instructor, starts each day with roll call. Dr. Robert Richardson instructs classes in the psychology department. Dr. Jim Whitlow, professor of psycholo- gy- 99 Religion Anderson College likes for their students to leave A.C. having a better understanding of Christ; therefore, they offer many courses in religion. A stu- dent can choose from Old Tes- tament History, New Testa- ment History, or from certain books of the Bible. These courses were very fulfilling and were taught by some outstand- ing teachers, such as Dr. Burks, Mr. Metts, Mr. Kidd, and Dr. Sprague. In order to graduate from Anderson College you had to have two years of religion. Top right: Dr. Robert Burks, head of the religion department. Left center: Mr. Fred Metts. Lower left: Mr. Sandy Kidd, Chaplin. Right: Dr. Stuart Sprague. Students Challenged In Study Of Sociology The complex relationships that form what we know as " so- ciety are the basis for the study of sociology. Offering a general course that explores many areas of the so- cial world, as well as other spe- cific areas, the Sociology de- partment challenged the stu- dent to form an accurate view of society and his function to- ward making it workable. The department is headed by Dr. Carl English with other in- struction given by Dr. Marshall Tribble. Dr. Carl English Dr. Marshall Tribble 101 SPORTS ■BBS mSBmm ■ :. ..;;,■; .• Men ' s Basketball Name No. Ht. Wt. Pos. CI. High School Hometown Craig Allen 10 6 ' 2 " 185 W F Franklin Co. Lavonia, Ga. John Watkins 12 6 ' 2 " 189 P F Duval St. Landover, Md. Ken Richardson 14 5 ' 11 " 175 P S Crescent Iva, S.C. George Parks 20 6 ' 6 " 178 PW F Westside Anderson, S.C. Al Weston 22 6 ' 3 " 190 W S Lower Richland Columbia, S.C. Steve Sams 24 6 ' 5 " 205 w F Seneca Seneca, S.C. John Toms 30 6 ' 5 " 200 w F Shelby Shelby, N.C. Bo Wynn 32 6 ' 4 " 180 w F Hendersonville Hendersonville, N.C Matthew Danuser 34 6 ' 6 " 200 w S Owen Greenville, S.C. David Henderson 40 6 ' 6 " 209 PW S J.L. Mann Greenville, S.C. Vannie Williams 42 5 ' 9 " 150 p S Saluda Saluda, S.C. Winfred King 44 6 ' 10 " 240 p s North Fulton Atlanta, Ga. Mark Gaither 50 6 ' 8 " 205 p F Decatur Decatur, Ga. 104 Men ' s Basketball Men ' s Basketball 105 106 Men ' s Basketball The 1980-81 Men ' s Basket- ball team consisted of six re- turning sophomores and six new freshmen who were a great asset to the already powerful Trojans. The Trojans were the 1979-80 Region X Western Conference champions and were ranked tenth nationally. Although they were off to a rocky start with a 5-3 record be- fore Christmas, with hard work and a strong team effort, the Trojans hoped to be a national contender. Men ' s Basketball 107 1980-81 Lady Trojans Basketball Team " It is not like a one person team. Everyone plays hard and has a good attitude. " -Coach Porter Left to right: front row-Paula Lee, Cin- dy Simmons, Troye Matthews, DeeDee Morris, Patsy Hawkins, and Wilma Lawton. 108 Women ' s Basketball The 1980-81 Women ' s Bas- ketball team consisted of six sophomores and five freshmen. Although this year ' s team were not pre-season favorites as they were last year, the Lady Tro- jans have a great deal of talent blended with a strong will to win. This young team will prob- ably surprise a lot of people be- fore the season is over with some outstanding victories. Left to right: second row-Pat Edwards, manager and trainer, Buttons Brooks, Lorraine Ellis, Sadie Sellers, Donna Cannady, Mona Burdette, Suzanne Collins, assitant manager and statisti- cian, and Coach Frankie Porter. Women ' s Basketball 109 " Petra " Pristach Mark Henry Freddie Rosenkampff Tennis Anderson College was proud to have one of the best in tennis teams. The girls ' tennis team was coached by Frankie Porter. Most of the team consisted of freshmen, as most of the team graduated this past spring. The boys ' team was coached by Jim Boykin. Most of the team con- sisted of returning players with a year ' s experience behind them. Both coaches are looking forward to a very successful season beginning in the spring of 1981. 110 Tennis Ray Frazier Mark Dake Ronnie Hoffman Sam Paul Lynn Devenport Colie Crosby Tennis 111 Cheerleaders Symbolize Spirit Of AC AC had two outstanding groups of cheerleaders. Their smiling faces, encouraging ges- tures, and never ending drive kept the team spirit up, and the crowd entertained. Several males joined the cheerleaders this year and ad- ded spice to the performances. Many hours of practice and preparation were evident when the groups were together. Members of the team were: Ka- ren Barnett, Susan Cape, Lisa Fleming, Peggy Harling, Gwen Jones, Kathy Labrador, Sheryl McKinney, Millie McLane, Lor- rie Orbann, Mihelle Pinson, Ka- ren Stutt, Bessie Clay, Head Cheerleader, Stuart Watson, Ricky Scott, Tim LeGrand, Allen Steen, Ben Jenkinson, Chuck Perry, Chris Lemaster, Mike Malkiewicz, Chuck Ryles, Blake Kelly, and Steve Furtick. Clay Outz and Keith Anderson performed as Trojan Mascot, al- ternating. 112 Cheerleaders Intramurals Athletics sparked everyone ' s attention when it came to intra- murals. Participation was very good in the intramurals this year. Spirits were very high for every game. The teams were al- ways ready to play each other and students were always will- ing to watch. The games be- came intense at times, especial- ly during championships. Fans and participants had a good time and had a chance to make many new friends. Lu Ann Busby runs to third base while watching the ball. Steve Furtick yells advice to one of the girls at bat during a Whyte Angel game. Intramurals 113 Participation Sparks This year, as never before, the girls participated in intra- murals with interested enthusi- asm. Each team took the com- petition as a challenge and played well. The championship games in softball were a real tri- al for the four teams that played. Pratt Basement and the Whyte Angels went into their game knowing it would be a crucial one. They both had high hopes that they each would win. Both teams had very good players with many talents. The triumphant Whyte Angels played exceptionally well and won the game 21 to 10. The Whyte Angels, Whyte second floor, were the winners in the championship game. (L-r) back row: Coach-Steve Fur- tick, Cheryl McKinney, Susan Myzell, Kathy Hawkins, Kim Richie, Jenny Burns, Helen McGee, and Lu Ann Bus- by. Front row: Gwen Jones, Mary Cra- ven, Mary Castles, Donna Burrell, and Sherry Hawkins. Everybody must learn the " agony of de- feat. " 114 Intramurals % ' . - " - " — ■Tlr • - ' , Je : gs» ;.. ' - ' " -r7?fy • ' • • ' --.- ' . L ;aifej The Whyte Angels cheer their team from the sidelines during the cham- pio nships. Kenny Roland hits and watches the ball go high as he prepares to run to first base. Steve Furtick makes an easy out as he catches the ball in mid-air. Intramurals 115 Winners of the Softball championship, men ' s division, were the North Star Nads from North, second floor. (L-r) back row: John Felder, Mike Lambert, Brett Sutherland, Richard King, Kenny Roland, Bob Welbourne, and Don Poe. Front row: Sammy Derry, Randy Snipes, Glen Bishop, John Pennell, Charles Stewart, and Steve Payne. A Tony ' s Tiger makes a swing at a low pitch and makes a strike. 116 Intramurals Boy ' s Softball Exciting The boys ' softball games were extremely exciting be- cause each game was close and well-matched. The playoffs were packed with fans and the championship game was no ex- ception. The North Star Nads and the Rough Riders played in what was a very tough decision game. The Rough Riders were in the lead for most of the game, then they slacked off in the last two innings and the Nads went ahead. The Rough Riders could not get back into the swing of things, so the vic- torious Nads came out on top with the final score of 17 to 10. Steve Furtick watches eagerly to see where the batter will hit the ball. Cheryl McKinney practices catching while warming up for the champion- ship game. Intramurals 117 Ill mm CLASSES Steven Abercrombie Hal Alexander Keith Anderson Lou Ann Bagwell M ark Bagwell Jimmy Baily Sonya Baker Goodman Bare This Year Seems Better Several questions were asked to the sophomores during the year. When asked what they liked better this year than last year, many thought that the at- mosphere of the people was nicer. Everyone seemed to be friendlier and able to get along better. Some of the sophomores thought they were under too much pressure with studying and decisions that were needed to be made. When asked how they felt about being older than the freshmen, most sophomores said that they needed to set a good example for the freshmen and to help them in any way possible. Karen Barnett Donna Burrell 120 Sophomores Leesa Benson Cindy Benton Wayne Berry Kim Bomar Toni Bradbery Debra Bridges Alan Brooker Gracie Brown Sophomores 121 Angela Burdette Romona Burdette Jennifer Burns Angela Burrell Cynthia Burris Michael Buzhardt Beth Byers Timothy Cain Anne Campbell Donna Cannady Steve Cann Winston Cantrell 122 Sophomores Sophomores 123 Joni Borrini Clarice Brooks Suzanne Corder Debbie Cothran Stuart Crockett Sophomores Ready To Buckle Down When the sophomores ar- rived back at Anderson this year, they were ready to settle down and study a little more than they had last year. As freshmen, they thought that all they had to do was to go out every night, then drag them- selves to class the next day. Studying was not important to whether they passed or failed but experiences settled many down. Sophomores still go out, but they also put aside time to do some serious studying. Mark Dake Tami Daniel 124 Sophomores Alfred Darby Lynn Davenport Caroline Davis Sammy Deery Debbie Derrick Roger Dillard Inga Dooley Carol Dubose Ricky Duncan Diane Earle Kristi Edge Pat Edwards Sophomores 125 Lisa Fallenstein Teresa Farr Lhoyd Farrior Lisa Faulk John Felder Mark Dake starts a second year of ten nis practice. 126 Sophomores Theresa Gobbard Darlene Gardner Lisa Gardner Donna Gibson Sandra Grant Denise Grebien Darlene Greene Mike Green Sophomores 127 Wanda Gross Randall Hadaway Martha Hall Barry Hamilton Vanessa Hamilton Harry Hankins Jr. Vickie Jo Harris Lisa Harrison Paula Hartsell Kathy Hawk Sherry Hawkins Patricia Hegler Everyone thinks the 1980 ' s will be different in a lot of as- pects. For one thing, finding a job will be very difficult when one gets out of college. Another thing is fashion. The kinds of clothes people will be wearing is thought to be anything from bermuda shorts, straight-legged pants to lacey blouses again. No one really knows what to expect for the 80 ' s. It could be a decade full of changes each year or it could be an easy going dec- ade. No one knows for sure, but as sophomores they felt a bit of responsibility as to the turn-out of the decade. 128 Sophomores Mandie Helms Ronny Hoffman Robin Henry Allison Hill Juanita Hodges Jimmy Holcombe Annette Holmes Barrett Holmes Sandra Hook Joy Hooper Decade Of Change Sophomores 129 Lorraine Hopkins Kathy Howard Lisa Howell Allen Huggins Mike Hughes, Jr. Jack Hughes, Jr Pamela Hunter Carol Inabinet Shelia Ivester Matt Ellison, president of SGA, addresses the student body dur- ing weekly chapel. ' J MM 130 Sophomores Freddie Jabber Alma Jackson Tommy Jackson Charlie Jameson Ben Jenkinson Charles Johnson Jovanna Johnson Kim Johnson Deery Jones Kathy Jones Ken Jones Sophomores 131 Hedeki Kamata Mike Kasey Blake Kelley Deegie Kelley Michael Lambert Jill Lawrimore Gloria Lee Sophomores Talk Over Old Times It was just like a family re- union for the sophomores when they came back to school in the fall. After not seeing each other over the summer, they had a lot to talk about: new boyfriends, summer vacations, and special moments. Most of the sopho- mores were roommates this ye ar and they had plenty of time to talk and catch up on the latest news. After this year their paths may not cross again, but when they do it will be an- other " family reunion. " Chris LeMaster Tim Lister 132 Sophomores Kim Lossman Dandra Lundy Cathy Lynn Gina Maddox Renee Mack Dennis Mackey Cindy Martin Marilyn Martin Kathy Mathis Shelley Matthews David Maxwell Kathy McBride Sophomores 133 Collein Mc Carthy Billy McClain Vicky McClain Tanya McCombs Pam McDaniel Roy McDuffie Helen McGel Dawn McKenzie Beth Miller Jeri Mims Eddie Monts Betty Moon 134 Sophomores Calvin Moore Janice Moore Dawn Moorefield TC Morgan Mr. Sandy Kidd speaks in chap- el, a requirement for sophomore graduation. Sophomores 135 Debbie Painter Scott Parker Melinda Patterson Renee Patterson Steve Payne Stephanie Pearce 136 Sophomores Michelle Pinson Jane Power Kelly Pruitt Ernie Rabb Cathy Raftakis Linda Rast Herman Ray Jane Reid Other than the resident intramural teams, there were also several commut- er teams. They, unlike even some of the resident students, took time to re- turn to A. C. to get in- volved. They also were very competitive in every sport, giving the residents a run for the money. Hopefully, in years to come, the commuters will become more interested in all extra-curricular activi- ties here at Anderson. Sophomore Commuters Join Intramurals Sophomores 137 Jana Rickenbaker Leisa Riggs Tim Riley Melanie Rish Rebecca Robbins Susie Robbins Paige Rosamond Karen Rushton 138 Sophomores Cindy Self Sadie Sellers Melanie Shirley Debra Shreckengast Sophomores 139 Janet Skelton Donna Smith Harleston Smith Maragret Smith J Mark Smith Missy Smith Randy Smith Lynn Smipes Sophomores Have More Decisions To Make Time to decide whether or not to go on to a four year col- lege or just graduate from An- derson College finally came for the sophomores. The sopho- mores felt as if they were back in high school trying to decide what they wanted to do with their future. Jody Solesbee They had to make sure that their grades were high enough to be accepted somewhere else, and that their courses would transfer. Some said that they were sure their courses would transfer, others hoped they would. When asked what schools Brett Southerland they were transferring to, most the replies were Clemson, Caro- lina, Winthrop, and " Lord only knows! " Some thought that two years was enough for them, and graduated from Anderson hop- ing to later find a job. 140 Sophomores Julie Stiles Glenda Strickland Annette Sullivan Nancy Beth Swygert Nancy Taylor Beth Temple Becky Thompson Patrick Thompson Sophomores 141 Britta Tillison Les Tinsley Susan Tisdale Tebby Todd Joni Tompkins Deborah Towell Cheryl Tucker Dee Tumbleston Renee Vaughn Kim Veronee Bobbie Jo Vickers Mark Wall 142 Sophomores Wendy Wallace Susan Ware Jan Weaver Susan Welborn Sophomores 143 Robert Williams Vannie Williams Jr. Vicky Williams Ann Wilson Deborah Wilson George Wise Patrick Wondroff Debbie Wright Sophomores Adopt Little Sisters Adoption of li ttle sisters was one of the first things that ev- ery hall in the women ' s dorm did. The sophomores drew a freshman girls ' name and this was to be her little sister for the rest of the year. If a freshman had a problem or just wanted someone to talk to, she could go to her big sis for answers. The sophomores had already been to school one year and had been through most of the problems that the freshmen had, so they were a big help. The freshmen depended on their big sisters to help them get settled into the College life. One of the examples of the big sister helping little sister was when the sophomores initi- ated the freshmen. The big sis was supposed to make sure that no harm came to their little sis- ter. The little sister had to lis- ten to what their big sis told them. The freshmen enjoyed some of the quiet moments with their big sis and were glad to have them around. Francis Zedick 144 Sophomores Sophomores 145 Kelly Marie Addis Tim Agnew Angela Alewine Monica Allen Greg Allgood Ann Arfderson Tammy Ashley Julia Baker Alan Barnett Teresa Bearden Elaine Beasley Jerry Bedenbaugh Luanne Bell Chris Biggers Drucilla Billups Rhett Black Period Of Adjustment Unfamiliar faces, strange sur- roundings, and routine changes all describe any first month at school. But after a very brief period of adjusting, the " close- knit " student-student and stu- dent-faculty relations dominate strongly and the once " home- sick " feeling becomes a viva- cious, enthusiastic feeling for involvement! 146 Freshmen g - Kenneth Blackwell Terry Blackwell Shera Donna Bobo Jennifer Boehmke Melinda Boggs Andy Boland Brenda Borgschulte Brian Bowen Kelly Bowen Sabrina Bowens Edurine Bowie Janice Box Terry Bozard Pam Bramlett Susan Bridges Barry Brinson Terri Brooks Rick Broome Amy Brown Jo Brown Sharon Brown Wanda Brown Linda Browning Jeff Bunn Freshmen 147 Jonathan Burckhalter Debbie Burgess Derek Burress Karen Burton Kenny Buskirk Tammi Cain Lori Cameron Elaine Campbell Alison Cann Susie Cape John Capps Margaret Carimichael Kenny Carter John Carter Malcolm Cary Kimberly Cash A definite feeling of involvement-eat- ing! 148 Freshmen May Castles Fredda Cathy Jeff Childress Gwen Christie Dayne Clark Jimi Clark Roy Clark Steve Clark Delila Clinkscales Cynthia Collins Janet Collins Suzanne Collins Carol Conwell Diane Cook Jeff Cook Janet Corbett John Cothran Cary Cox Harriett Cox Mary Craven Brenda Creswell Brude Crocker Leah Cromer Paula Crim Freshmen 149 Sharon Dalton Beth Davenport Jane Davis Tim Davis Sara Dee Chandler Deery Joana Delestion Patty Deloach Diane Derrick Clair Derrick Tony Deyoung Tim Dillard Mary Ellen Dooley Watson Dorn Debra Dottry Whit Drher Robert Drummond Teresa Dula Angela Duncan Carol Dunn Sandra Dunn Alan Dutschke Joel Dyar Lynn Eavenson 150 Freshmen Sylvia Edwards Lillie Ellis Loraine Ellis Gail Ellison Mark Ellison Melissa Ellison Ginger Ertzherger Laurie Evans Margaret Fant Lynn Faulkner Robert Fellers Roger Fields Tina Flarity Linda Forester Susan Forester David Fowler " Let ' s go down to the beach and shag. Well, maybe not the beach, but out in the hall. " The popular dance around campus was shaggin ' . The shaggin ' craze was caught by the fresh- men as sophomores taught them dance steps and words to favorite beach songs. Songs like " Summertime ' s Callin Me, " " Ms. Grace, " and " I Love Beach Music " were just a few of the favorites among the stu- dents Shaggin ' College Craze Freshmen 151 Jay Fraley Treci Friddle Mike Garrett Neal Getsinger Lorrie Ann Gettys Ed Gibbons Carol Gibson Joy Gibson Lisa Girardeau Tina Godfrey Tonja Goff Rodney Goodman Sheila Gore Marci Graham Becky Grant Patricia Gray Donna Green Melinda Griffin Ellen Naomi Gifford Warren Greene Lynn Guest Debbie Gurley Ginger Hall Jeanie Hall ■svhkh 152 Freshmen Phil Hall Lorri Hammond Terry Hammond Peggy Harling Jim Harper Pam Harrell Janet Harrison Chip Hanes Cindy Hawkins Kathy Hawkins Patsy Hawkins Theresa Hawkins Jennifer Hayes Susan Sarratt Hedgpath David Henderson Terri Henderson Sandy Seitz and Paula Lee show their enjoyment while shaggin ' to " I Love Beach Music. " Freshmen 153 Don Hendrix Paul Hitopoulos Kim Holcomb Chris Holland Jack Nelson Holland Renea Holley Ritter Honeycutt Al Hooper Derek Hooper Glenda Home Doug Horvath William Horvath Dana Howard Jill Hudson Steve Hudson Sandy Huff Adoption Time! Adoption of little sisters was one of the first things that ev- ery hall in the women ' s dormi- tories did. Each sophomore drew a freshman girl ' s name and this was to be her little sis- ter for the rest of the year. If a freshman had a problem or just wanted someone to talk to, she could go to her big sis for an- swers. The sophomores were a big help. 154 Freshmen Alisa Hughes Carole Hunter Rhonda Huskey Lori Inabinet Frank Jack Mitzi Jacobs Andrea Johnson Cassandra Johnson Margaret Johnson Ricky Johnson Patricia Johnson Gwen Jones Janet Jones Lynn Jordan Marlou Jordan Ayn Martha Joyce Wendy Kay Robin Keasler Marsha Keaton Robin Keasler Kitty Kennedy Debra Kennemore Tammy Keown Chris Kiger Freshmen 155 Diane King Theresa King Richard King Gary Koger Robin Kuykendal Kathy Labrador Joan Lackey Lisa Ladreth Maria Lancianese Diane Lanham Brenda Lathan Leisa Lawless Melinda Lawrence Wilma Lawton Paula Lee Scott Lenning Lynda Leroux Keith Lewis John Liebenroad Rebecca Lindley Deana Lindsay David Lingerfelt Kay Love Dennis Lowry 156 Freshmen One last look and a sigh of relief and another day at AC. Cindy Lynch Tommy Lynch Barbara Lyons Gina Madden Michael Madden Brenda Martin Ernie Martin Jody Martin Joe Martin John Martin Roslyn Martin Thomas Wayne Martin Mike Massengale Robin Massingill Evie McAlister John McAulay Freshmen 157 Sam McClain Crystal McClellan Allison McCrary Jeanie Sue McCurry Mary McCurry Jacqueline McDaniel Joe McEntire Beth McFaddin Whitney McGill Frank McKay Carlene McKenzie Donald McKinley Sharon McKinney Sheryl McKinney Daneen McLane Millie Faye McLane Joye Mears Paula Medlin George Mentis Kathryn Mikell Mary Mitchell Susan Mitchell Shane Moody Amanda Moore 158 Freshmen Ashley Moore Deborah Morris Denise Morris Mae Beth Morrow Lynn Morton Patrick Mulligan Myan Murray Rick Mustin Ann Myers Mary Myers Susan Myzell Tina Nash Tonya Nash Mike Nations Lorri Orbann Lisa Orr The word " involvement " had a big meaning here at Anderson College. Intramurals were " top- priority " . These competitions created friendships, fun-times, and maybe even gained much needed practice for up-coming seasoned sports. These were a fantastic opportunity for the in-coming freshman. Despite the fact of keeping in shape, there was a good chance of get- ting acquainted with many oth- er students. Get Acquainted Intramurals Freshmen 159 Becky Outen Celeste Owens Tracee Page Donna Parsons Melanie Payne Hayne Peebles David Pennell LaDonna Perry Lou Phillips Brenda Pickens Phil Pickens Kathy Pittman Mark Pitts Pam Plummer Don Poe Christie Powers Thomas Price Peter Pristach Roger Pruitt Doug Purcell Pamela Reynolds Betsy Rhodes Cheryl Rhodes Cecilia Rice 160 Freshmen Cynthia Rice Robin Rice Dee Ann Rich Cindy Richardson Kenneth Richardson Terrie Richburg Kim Richey Celia Tidge Fred Tigder Dugger Rimmer Lynn Rivers Michele Robertson Stewart Robinson Freddie Rosenkampff Amanda Rowell Kenny Rowland And everyone always wonders why the basement phone is busy! Penelope get off that phone! Freshmen 161 Kelly Rozier Rene Salines Angela Sampson Lesa Satterfield Ken Scheller Liz Seale Sandy Seitz Cindy Sharp Kim Shealy Angie Siebold Debbie Simmons Jean Simmons Marcus Simpson Sam Swewright Curtis Skinner Suzette Skinner Spirited Freshmen The athletic teams and cheerleaders attracted fresh- men like " bees to honey. " Their habit of " always winning and never giving up " caused the new freshmen students to achieve a sense of pride. It gave them that fired-up, spirited no- tion to get involved. Becoming involved as either a fan or play- er was a must for freshmen. 162 Freshmen Jill Sloan Angie Smith Cindy Smith Jo Ann Smith Lisa Smith Tay Smith Penelpoe Snow Peggy Sorrells Barry Speaks Nancy Sprouse Susan Stegall Brad Stephens Greg Stevens Denise Stevenson Donny Stevenson Ora Michelle Strokes Pamela Stone Thom Stone Allyson Strickland Andy Stringer Karen Stutt Debbie Summey Rick Swetenburg Lisa Swicegood Freshmen 163 Kara Turner Debbie Taylor Michael L. Taylor Michael W. Taylor Glen Theiling Cheryl Thompson Denise Thompson Kim Thompson Robert Thompson Brian Tilton Debbie Timmerman Keith Timms Ann Townsend Sally Trapp Joy Tribble Sherry Triplett Gail Trotter John Truluck Terri Tumblin Regena Turner Rosanne Turner Michael Tyler Jennifer Vaughn Eric Wade 164 Freshmen Fran Waldron Bill Wallace Phyllis Walters Kelly Ward Steve Ward Deborah Wardlaw Craig Warnick Keith Watkins The TV room in Denmark provides a relaxed area to study or to watch a fa- vorite soap. Stewart Watson Lewis Wilfred Way III Julie Way Jackie Weathers Teresa Weathers Tim Weeks Bob Welborn Deirdre Welborn Freshmen 165 Jan West Thayer Whaley Lynne Wharton Cindy White Lillibet White Sandra Whiteside Angela Marie Whitman Kitty Whittington Gale Whitmire Sammy Wilder Diane Williams Lisa Williams Pringle Williams Steve Williams Terry Williams Nigell Williams Delaine Wilson Linda Wilson Mark Winchester Robin Winchester Debbie Wooten Sheila Wooten Mike Yockel 166 Freshmen Candids 167 AC ' s Evening Division Nancy Dehandt, a native of Belgium Steve Morrison Sandra Levette Bob Rupp l» 168 Night Division The evening division of aca- demic life at AC opened still another door of educational op- portunity to students and peo- ple in the Anderson communi- ty. Students who had schedule problems often found an alter- native to day classes by taking a course offered at night. Many adults with jobs during the day took advantage of the opportu- nities of nigh school. The Evening Division was an important aspect of the excel- lent academic program at An- derson College. There were 100 students inrolled for the Fall semester. Mrs. Ruby Grant in her American Gov- ernment class. Mr. Bobby Hanley with one of his Eng- lish classes in the Evening Division. Dr. Jim Whitlow teaches General Psy- chology. Night Division 169 Abercrombie, Steve, Rt. 3 Box 102, Ellijay, GA, 120 Addis, Kelly Marie, Rt. 1 Fair ' s Bridge Road, Greenville, SC 146 Agnew, Timothy W., Route 1 High- way 86 Piedmont, SC 146 Agnew, Tom Simpson, Rt. 1 High- way 86 Piedmont, SC Ague, Sharon Lee, 718 Dove Street, Sumter, SC Alberti, Gina Marie, 205 Brookwood Drive, Clemson, SC. Alewine, Angela, Rt 9 Box 253 An- derson, SC 146 Alexander III, F. Harold, Box 603 Richland, SC Alexander, Howell N., Rt. 10 Hurri- cane Creek, Anderson, SC Alexander, Keith T., Rt. 1 Lyman, SC 120 Alexander, Rufus Clifton, Old Sen- eca Road, Six Mile, SC Alexander, Steven Alan, Rt. 1 Wood- land Drive, Starr, GA Allen, Craig, 8 Third Street Lavonia, GA, 104 Allen, Monica Ruth, 1 East Chaucer Road, Greenville, SC 146 Allgood, Gregory Earl, Rt. 5 Pickens, SC 146 Anagnost, Michael Cole, 123 E. Lau- rel Avenue, Greenwood, SC Anderson, Ann Louise, 107 Over- brook Drive, Laurens, SC 146 Anderson, Herbert Keith, Rt. 4 Box 66 Greenwood, SC 112, 120, 84 Arguez, Dr. Samuel, Spanish 2811 Bellview Road, 95 Ashley, Cheryl Renae, Rt. 2 Box 14, Honea Path, SC Ashley, Sharon J. Rt. 2, Honea Path, SC Ashley, Tammy Edwina, Box 354 Honea Path, SC 146 Asmussen, Tammy Sue, Box 5282 Anderson, SC Bagwell, Donna Fay, Rt. 2 Shady Brook Lane, Greenville, SC Bagwell, Gregory Mark, Rt. 1 Box 143A Seneca, SC 120 Bagwell, Lou Anne, 203 Laurel Lane, Easley, SC 120 Bailey, Jimmy C, Rt. 4 Box 53 Hartwell, GA 120 Bailey, Karen Stacey, 109 Lullwater Parkway, Anderson, SC Directory Bailey, Willis Gilbert, 20 Royal Gate, Columbia, SC Baker, Julia Fay, Rt. 1 Belton SC 146 Baker, Sonya V., A3 Aladdin Manor Greenville, SC 65, 120 Bambert, Larry Edward, Rt. 2 Win- ona, MS Banks, Bobby James, Mainten- ance 801-A Salem Street Bare, Goodman, Rt. 8 Anderson, SC 126 Barnett, Charles Alan, 3206 Severn Street, Anderson, SC 146 Barnett, Karen Lynne, Rt. 1 Tiger- ville, Road, Travelers Reat, SC 112, 120 Baron, Linda A., Rt. 1 Box 238 Wa- gener, SC 84 Baron, Teresa Lee, Rt. 1 Box 238, Wagener, SC Barrett, Linda Renee, 508 West Mar- ket St. 33, Anderson, SC Barth, Rory A., 700 Blue Avenue Marion, SC Baughman, Lynn L., 14 Bald Eagle West, Hilton Heat, SC 121 Bayne, Pamela Ann, Rt. 1 Box 274, Simpsonville, SC 121 Beakley, Ron David, Rt. 8 Lakeview Drive, Greenville, SC Bearden, Teresa Lynne, 107 Medal- lion Lane, Lyman, SC 146 Bearden, William Andrew, 2930 Cambridge Road, Anderson, SC Beasley, Brenda Elaine, 126 Lehigh Avenue, Belvedere, SC 121, 146 Beasley, Carla A., Rt. 9 Box 251, An- derson, SC 121 Bedenbaugh, Jerry Mathias, 27 Ken- dall Drive, Batesburg, SC 146 Bell, Brad Ray, Box 1260, Clemson, SC Bell, Peggy Luanne, 2 Polly Street, Honea Path, SC 146 Bell, Stephen Craig, 14 Wood Creek Drive, Taylors, SC Benson, Leesa Dawn, Rt. 2 Jordan Road, Greer, SC 121 Benton, Cynthia L., 4729 Ann Circle, Powder Springs, GA 6, 121, 143 Berry, Wayne Keith, Box 58, Little Rock, SC 121 Bilbo, Jr., Jack L.-Speech The- atre, Student Center Bldg. 1 104 McGee Court Biggers, Christopher L. Rt. 1 York, SC 146 Billups, Drucilla Omega, Rt. 1 Box 413, Williamston, SC 146 Bishop, Cary Glenn, 114 Pine Road, Laurens, SC 116 Black, Anthony J. Rt. 1 Box 244, Easley, SC Black, Katherine Cole, Rt. 3 Honea Path, SC Black, Rhett Blanton, 2803 Blanton Drive, Barnwell, SC 146 Blackmail, Miss Annie Frances- Head Librarian, 2-B-4 Bailey Court Apts. Blackwell, Kenneth Dean, 306 Haigler Street, Abbeville, SC 147 Blackwell, Terry Joseph, Rt. 12 Box 145, Anderson, SC 147 Blank, Randy Eugene, 1404 Stone- hurst Drive, Anderson, SC Boatwright, James Bedelle, Box 1448, Clemson, SC Bobo, Shera Donna, Rt. 9 Green- Meadow Circle, Anderson, SC 147 Boehmke, Jennifer Marie, 107 Salem Ct., Greenville, SC 147 Boerio, David Charles, 112 Pauline Drive, La-robe, PA Boggs, Melinda A. Rt. 6 Box 428 An- derson, SC 147 Boineau, Cynthia R., Rt. 1 Box 307 A Bamer, SC Boland, Anthony Vernon, 12 Edisto Drive, Batesburg, SC 147 Bolt, Charles Terry, 2301 S. McDuf- fie Street Anderson, SC Bomar, Kimberly L., 108 Churchhill Avenue, Greer, SC 121 Bonner, Dr. A. Frank, English 409 Meadow Park Drive Borgschulte, Brenda Lee, 37 Douglas Drive, Simpsonville, SC 147 Borrini, Joni D., 2181 Pinnacle Street, Orangeburg, SC 124 Bowen, Brian Chapman, Rt. 1 Box 690 Central, SC 147 Bowen, Kelly Ann, Rt. 11 Box 132 Anderson, SC 147 Bowen, Tomilyn F., Rt. 1 Box 140 Williamston, SC Bowens, Sabrina J., 3140 Spreding Oak Drive, Atlanta, GA 147 Bowie, Robin Edwina, Box 426 Abies Drive, Honea Path, SC 147 Box, Janice Ellen, 107 Carteret Court, Clemson, SC 147 170 Boykin, James C.-Tennis Intra- murals 1420 Hilltop Drive Boyte, Mr. John Klenner-Bus. Adm. 108 Partridge Lane Boyte, Mrs. John K.-Sec. Science 108 Partridge Lane Bozard, Terry Layne, 1919 Lakeside Drive, Orangeburg, SC 147 Bradberry, Toni A., Rt. 1 Box 389 Williamston, SC Bradham, Dan H., Box 67 Conway, SC 64 Bradley, Jr., Richard Dillon Box 599 A Route 3 Piedmont, SC 121 Brady, Raymond Lewis, Box 3382 Anderson, SC Bragg, Brenda Elaine, 149 Druid Avenue Spartanburg, SC Bramlett, Pamela Ruth, Rt. 3 Box 326 Travelers Rest, SC 147 Bridges, Debra Ann, Rt. 1 Box 164 Salem SC 121 Bridges, Susan Elaine, 533 Lorell Terrace, Atlanta, GA Bridges, William McCollister- Music Vocal 602 Wildwood Drive 97 Bridges, Mrs. Wm. M.-Music Or- gan 602 Wildwood Drive Bright, Joe Dean, Rt. 11 Box 432 An- derson, SC Brinson, Jr., Barry Franklin 1933 Culver Avenue, Charleston, SC 147 Brooker, John Alan, 414 Brook Glen Road, Taylors, SC 121 Brooks, Clarice Marie, Box 392 Es- till, SC 109, 124 Brooks, Terri Lynn, 109 Arrington Avenue, Greenville, SC 147 Broome, Kimberly E., 125 Marion Street, Anderson SC Broome, Richard Edward, Rt. 6 An- derson, SC 147 Brown, Adam Lome, Rt. 1 Box 364 Starr, SC Brown, Amy Katherine, 306 Foxcroft Road, Greenville, SC 147 Brown, Benita Delores, 4-E Field- crest Village Greenville, SC Brown, Gracie Louise, Rt. 1 Starr, SC 121 Brown, Joseph Scott, 2802 CalRossie Road, Anderson, SC 147 Brown, Kathy Lynne, Box 127 Iva, SC Brown, Keri Jo, 1510 Ridge Road, Hartwell, GA Brown, Linda Jo, Rt. 1. Anderson, SC Brown, Lorrie, 131 A Anderson Gar- dens Anderson, SC Brown, Sharon Elizabeth, D 4 Alad- din Manor Greenville, SC 147 Brown, Mrs. Robert-Music Piano 2825 LaConte Road Brown, Wanda Ruth, Box 501 Oak Street Salley, SC 147 Browning, Linda Marie, 107 Tripp Street, Williamston, SC 147 Brownlee, Erica D. Rt. 2 Box 148 P Williamston, SC Bruck, Mark Russell, Rt. 10 Manse Jolly Road, Anderson, SC Bryant, Mrs. Charles O.-P.T. Sec, Mucis 2009 Shirlane Drive Bryant, Craig William, Brookhollow Road, Anderson, SC Bryant, Jr., James Rudolph, Rt. 5 Apt. 18 Village Creek Seneca, SC Bryson, April E., 210 Crenshaw Street, Easley, SC Buchmiller, Dawn Darlene, 8 Maca- doo Avenue, Greenville, SC Bunn, Jeffrey S., 2170 Woodland Drive, Orangeburg, SC 147 Burckhalter, Jonathan David, 2177 Till Road, Charleston, SC 148 Burdette, Angela D., Bel Air Lane, Wellford, SC 122 Burdette, Carl Jeffrey, 8 Fargo Cir- cle, Greenville, SC Burdette, Ramona Faye, Rt. 1 Box 201 -X Iva, SC 109, 122 Burks, Dr. Robert Edward- Chairman, Religion 705 Windsor Burgess, Deborah Elaine, Rt. 1 Box 96 A Pelzer, SC 148 Burns, Jennifer M., 215 Convair Drive Spartanburgh, SC 114, 122, 84 Burrell, Angela Leigh, Box 101 C. Beverly Apts. Greer, SC 122 Burrell, Christopher J., 112 First Avenue Spartanburgh, SC Burrell, Donna G., 22 Laconia Drive Travelers Rest, SC 114, 120, 84 Burress, Derek Glenn, Rt. 3 Box 169 A 2 Sumter, SC 148 Burriss, Joseph L., 210 Bleckley Street, Anderson, SC Burroughs, Mrs. Marc-Health Ctr. Nurse, Rt. 1, Box 425-A Wil- liamston, SC 85 Burton, Karen Renee, 116 Westwood Drive, Belton, SC 148 Busby, Lou Ann, Rt. 1 Belton, SC 113, 114 Buskirk, Kenneth M. 1003 Lakeview Drive, Mr. Pleasant, SC 148 Buzhardt, J. Michael, 310 Hall Street, Batesburg, SC 122 Byers, Elizabeth B., 3F Tanglewood Apts Anderson, S C 65, 122 Byrd, Dorothy J., Rt. 1 Walker Road Pendleton, SC Byrd, James Keven, 1351 Winchester Drive Charleston, SC Byrd, Julia Anne, 103 Cambridge Drive Longwood, Fl Byrd, Margaret Ruth, 103 Cam- bridge Drive Longwood, FL Cain, Tammi Lynn, Rt. 6 Box 127 Anderson, SC 148 Cain, Timothy Martin, Rt. 2 West- minister, SC 122 Caldwell, James Nickolas, Rt. 8 Eas- ley, SC Callaham, Bobby Ray, Rt. 4 Craw- ford Road Belton, SC Calaham, Jr., Walter Eugene 10 Timberlake Drive Greenville, SC Cameron, Lori Kathryn, Box 155 Abbeville, Street Due West, SC 148 Campbell, Anne Manning, Rt. 2 Box 508 Seneca, SC 122 Campbell, Janet E., 202 Collingwood Drive Anderson, SC Campbell, Patricia E., Rt. 1 Iva, SC 148 Cann, Jean Alison, Box 518 Chester, SC 148 Cann, Steven Eugene, Rt. 4 Box 225 Abbeville, SC 122 Cannady, Marv Donna, Box 301 Al- lendale, SC 109, 122 Cantrell, Mrs. Arthur-Asst. Dir., Fin. Aid 1907 Northview Avenue Cantrell, Jr., Winston, Rt. 2 Earles- tead Drive Walhalla, SC 122 Cape, Charles Joseph, Rt. 12 Box 336 Anderson, SC 123, 148 Cape, Susan Ruth, 3061 Kilkee Circle Columbia, SC 65, 112 Capps, John William, Box 217 Abbe- ville, SC 148 Carmichael, Margaret Bea, Rt. 3 Box 667 Dillon, SC 148 Carroll, Bryan Dale, Rt. 1 Box 85 Conway, SC Carroll, Mrs. Perry Chairman, Music 106 McGee Court Carson, Marsha Laverne, 2009 Rich- mond Avenue Anderson, SC Carson, Richard K., Pine Drive Cen- tral, SC Carter, John David, Box 915 Walter- boro, SC 148 Carter, Joseph Kenneth, 1 Rosemary Lane Greenville, SC 148 Carwile, Joyce McCrea, Rt. 2 Iva, SC 123 Cary, Malcolm Kevin, 1 Lake Village Isle of Palms, SC 148 Cash, Cindy A., 212 Arnold Dr. An- derson, SC Cash, Kimberly E., Rt. 2 Pendleton, SC 148 Castles, Mary Elizabeth, Rt. 10, 113 Royal Oak Road, Greenville, SC 114, 149 Cater, Tamela M., 103 Brookwood Drive Seneca, SC 123 Cathey, Fredda Lynn, Rt. 10 Harris Bridge Road Anderson, SC 149 Chapman, Gregg Ledford, Rt. 4 Box 201 Central, SC Chasteen, Dale L., 134 Duncan Chapel Road Greenville, SC Chennault, Fred Lee, Rt. 1 Danburg, GA Childress, Mrs. James R.-Bus. Ed. (P.T.) 500 Concord Avenue Childress, Jeffrey Weldon, 107 Lake View Drive Easley, SC 149 Christie, Gwendolyn Joy, Rt. 1 Box 254 Edgefield, SC 149 Clark, Dayna Marie, 5820 Murray Drive Hanahan, SC 149 Clark, James Wylie-Music Piano 500 Wildwood Drive 97 Clark, Jimmi Lousie, Rt. 4 Box 189 Leesville, SC 123 Clark, Mrs. James W.-Sec, V.P. Aca. Dean 70 Clark, Marilynn E., 16 Paris Mt. Avenue Greenville, SC 123 Clark, Roy Lee, Rt. 1 Box 32 York, SC 149 Clark, Steven Marion, 5227 Dunleigh Drive Burke, SC 149 Clary, Jr., William R.-Math Rt. 2 Hampton Acres, Belton, sC Clay, Bessie L., 121 Catlin Drive, Greenville, SC 112 Cleveland, Carlton Ray., 219 Guy Street Anderson, SC Clinkscales, Delila Yvonne Rt. 9 Box 414 Anderson, SC 149 Clinkscales, Samuel E., 513 East Hampton Anderson, SC Clinkscales, Wanda Leah, Rt. 2 Honea Path, SC 123 Clonts, Dr. Jerry A.-Diology 2-A- 2 Bailey Court Apts. 91 Cobb, Jr., John C, 6 Asbury Circle Eastey, SC 123 Cocchia, Tanya Wilma, 204 Harbor- ough Road Anderson, SC Cochran, William Cass, 110 Cameron Way Anderson, SC Coggins, Cynthia Ann, 826 Heard Drive Elberton, GA Cole, Michael W., Rt. 10 Oakwood Estates Anderson, SC Coleman, Deborah Geneva, Rt. 1 Box 138 A Latta, SC 123 Collier, Claudia J., 2137 Hydrick Orangeburg, SC 123 Collins, Darrell Wayne, 307 Samuel Road Honea Path, SC Collins, Janet Renee, Rt. 4 Pisgah Forest Easley, SC 149 Collins, Suzanne, Rt. 2 Box 225 Carnesville, GA 109, 149 Convell, Carol Leigh, 117 Vaughn Street Greer, SC 149 Cook, Ashley, Ciane, Rt. 1 Box 138 Hampton, SC 149 Cook, Marcu E., Box 336 Gray Court, SC 123 Cook, Paul Jeffrey, Box 355 Duncan, SC 149 Cooler, Jr., Joe Jessie, 120 Hampton Road Varnville, SC Cooper, Wayne B., 508 Lance Lot Drive Simpsonville, SC 123 Cope, III, William Baxter, 101 Over- brook Drive Laurens, SC Copeland, Brenda Bonds, Rt. 1 Iva, SC Copeland, George Timothy, Rt. 2 Box 554 Clinton, SC Corbett, Janet Elizabeth, Railroad Avenue Salley, SC 149 Corder, Suzanne Lynn, 107 Cardinal Drive Clemson, SC 124 Cothran, Deborah E., 107 Eastover Drive Greer, SC 124 Cothran, John Eric, Oconee State Park Mountain Rest, SC 149 Cowan, Mrs. Faye Penland-Eng- lish 1402 Old Ivy, Heritage Hills Cox, Donna Sloan, 112 Lark Lane Anderson, SC Cox, Eugene Cary, Rt. 7 Forest Glen Drive Piedmont, SC 149 Cox, Harriett S., 103 Church Street Greenwood, SC 149 Cox, Sandra L. Box 206 Lyman, SC 124 Craft, Kelly Susan, 104 Selwyn Drive Anderson, Sc Craft, Mitzi Gaye, 105 Meeks Drive Belton, SC 124 Craven, Mary Thayer, 611 Parish Road Charleston, SC 114, 149 Cremer, III, George S., Rt. 4 Box 7 G Andrews, SC 124 Creswell, Brenda Ann, Box 505, Cherry Street McCormick, SC 149 Cribb, Angela Louise, Rt. 3 Box 233 Hemingway, SC Crim, Paula Jean, Box 164 224 Shef- field Road Greer, SC 149 Crocker, Bruce E., 157 Avondale Greenwood, SC 149 Crockett, Stuart S., 5814 Lakeview Drive Hanahan, SC 124 Cromer, Carolyn H., 1314 North- hampton Road Anderson, SC Cromer, Leah Suzanne, 316 Rhode- haven Drive Anderson, SC 149 Crosby, Colie Morse, 510 Old Park Road N. Cha rleston, SC 111 Crowder, Charles H., Rt. 2 Box 165 A 1 Gray Court, SC Crumpton, Allan Dale, Rt. 5 Hol- lingsworth Drive Pickens, SC Curtis, Stephen Ray, Rt. 3 Box 276 Clinton, SC Dabbs, Brett Charles, 34 Swan Lake Drive Sumter, SC Dabney, Timothy Brian, 1804 Wood- side Road Camden, SC Dahlgren,WalterE.,V.P., Develop- ment Rt. 1, Box 114, Williamston, SC Dake, Mark Anton, 64, 65, 111, 124, 126 Dalton, Sharon Lynn, Rt. 1 Box 205 D Bamberg, SC 150 Daniel, Tami Lynne, 611 Hemlock Drive Thomson, GA 124 Danuser, Matthew Scott, 1752 East Morth Street, Greenville, SC 104 Darby, Alfred L., Rt. 3 Box 176 An- drews, SC 125 Davenport, Donna Lynn, 7600 York- house Road Columbia, SC 2, 111, 125 Davenport, Elizabeth Ann, Box 152 Belton, SC 150 Davis, Caroline L., Rt. 3 Box 61 Dean Road Laurens, SC 25 Davis, David Alvin, 113 Guthrie Avenue Belton, SC DAvis, Margaret Jane, 237 Belton Drive Williamston, SC 150 Davis, Timothy Roy, 109 Harrington Avenue Greenville, SC 150 Davison, Douglas L. -English Rt. 12 Box 321-A Davison, Mrs. Douglas L.-Math Rt. 2 Box 321-A Deal, David Foster, Box 447 McCor- mick, SC Dean, James William, 8 Ravenworth Road Taylors, SC 172 Dee, Sara Marie, R.R. 3 Mt. Car- mel, IL 150 Deery, Kenneth C, 131 Hillsboro Northeast Orangeburg, SC 150 Deery, IV, Samuel Joel, 313 Hills- boro NE Organeburg, SC 116, 125 DeHondt, Nancy Ann, Rt. 10 Box 29 Anderson, SC Delestion, Joann P., 83 G. Beaufain Street Charleston, SC 150 Delgado, Debbie K., Rt. 5 Pickens, SC Deloach, Patricia Anne, 408 Hun- tington Road Easley, SC 150 Derrick, Debra L., Box 741 Easley, SC 125 Derrick, Linda Diane, Box 741 Eas- ley, SC 150 Derrick, Louisa Clair, Church Street Little Mountain, SC 150 De Young, Tony Lee, Rt. 1 Box 32 Laurens, SC Dill, Brent Bennett, 26 Fernwood Lane Greenville, SC Dill, Randall T.-Chairman, Math 1407 Pioneer Drive Dillard, Roger D., 4 Hartsville Box 83 Taylors, SC 125 Dillard, Timothy F., Box 1178 Greenwood, SC 150 Dodd, Michael W., Box 1330 Clem- son, SC Dooley, Inga Diane Rt 4 Box 423 Bel- ton, SC 125 Dooley, Maryellen, 606 Rantoules Road Anderson, SC 150 Dorn, John Watson, Rt. 2 Box 152 Edgefield, SC 150 Dottry, Debra Elaine, Rt. 6 Box 47 Anderson, SC 150 Dreher, George W., 1254 Merton Road Charleston, SC 150 Dresback, Mrs. Lee V.-Home Ec. Box 643 Greenville, SC Drost, Wayne Emory, 105 Northeast Third Street Seneca, SC Drummond, Robert Warren, 7 Rich- wood Drive Greenville, SC 150 Dubpse, Carol Elaine, 116 Briarwood Drive Belton, SC 125 Dula, Teresa Lynn, 105 Blue Ridge Lane Lenoir, NC 150 Duncan, Angela Kay, 18 Greenwood Avenue Greenville, SC 150 Duncan, Kenneth Lee, 323 Latherine Street Easley, SC Duncan, Patricia C, Rt. 1 Edgebrook Drive Anderson, SC Duncan, Ricky H., Rt. 1 Box 36 Wil- liamston, SC 125 Dunn, Anita Carol, 405 Edith Street Anderson, SC 150 Dunn, Sandra Dell, Bedford Ave. Box 521 North, SC 150 Dunn, Susan E., 3521 Boundbrook Lane Columbia, SC Dutschke, Jr., Alan Robert 717 Lob- lolly Drive Anderson, SC 150 Dyar, Joel Waynem 2721 Lane Ave. Anderson, SC 150 Dykes, Lisa Ann, 217 Eskew Circle Anderson, SC Dysart, Charles Scott, Rt. 1 Augusta Fields Greenwood, SC Easley, Nancy Diane Box 587 Wal- halla, SC Easterling, Russell Martin 102 Long- leaf Drive Cayce, SC Eaton, Christopher L., 2810 Woo- dridge Anderson, SC Eavenson, Susan Lynn, Rt. 1 Carnes- ville, GA 150 Edge, Christina L., 290 Riverbend Apts. Greenville, SC 2, 125 Edwards, Derek M., 213 Meadowlane Easley, SC Edwards, Mr. John-Dir. of Athlet- ics 2507 Saxony Drive Edwards, John Mark, 2507 Saxony Drive Anderson, SC 109, 125 Edwards, Patricia Anne, 1325 Cardi- nal Drive W. Columbia, SC 109, 125 Edwards, Sylvia E., Ill Sedgefield Anderson, SC 150 Egan, Steve M., 511 W. Hampton Sumter, SC 126 Elder, Beverly Gaye, 124 Carter Hgts. Gaffney, SC 126, 84 Elgin, Charles M. Rt. 2 Iva, SC 126 Elliott, John Norman, Star Rt. West- minister, SC Elliott, Mrs. Nancy G.-Reading- Study 3-C Concord Apts. Ellis, Lillie Mae, Rt. 5 Box 592 Sen- eca, SC 151 Ellis, Loraine Paige, 3610 Edle Creek Drive Decatur, GA 109, 151 Ellison, James Matthew, 116 Caro- lyn Road Easley, SC 151 Ellison, Mark Julian Rt. 2 Box 355 Williamston, SC 151 Ellison, Melissa, 7 Merrimac Court Greenville, SC 151 Ellison, Rebecca Gail, 857 Gist Road Rock Hill, SC 151 English, Dr. Carl Dean-Chairman Sociology 3005 LeConte Road Epps, Sheila A. 125 Carter Street Greenville, SC Ertzberger, Ginger Faye, 508 South College Street, Walhalla, SC 151 Evans, Laurie Ann, Rt. 2 Abbeville, SC 151 Ewing, David Philip, 802 Windy Hill Drive Anderson, SC Fallenstein, Lisa Gaye, Rt. 17 Box 324 Lexington, SC 126 Fant, Margaret H. 425 East Orr Street Anderson, SC 151 Farmer, Todd Craig, 20 Sycamore Drive, Greenville, SC Farr, Teresa A., 1475 Sunset Orange- burg, SC 126 Farrior, Lloyd Castle, 2504 Aaron Conway, SC 126 Faulk, Lisa Dawn, 1109 Belvedere Drive Hanahan, SC 126 Faulkner, Lynne Yvonne, Rt. 1 Ap- pling, GA 151 Fay, Dr. Alice D.A.-Chm., Chemis- try 1619 Roger Road Fay, Susab Delis, 614 Marshall Ave- nue, Anderson, SC Felder, John M. Box 5 Bowman, SC 116, 126 Felder, Yvonne Kanit, Rt. 2 Box 21 B Bowman, SC 126 Fellers, Robert Lindsey, Rt. 1 Box 41 Prosperity, SC 151 Fields, Jr., Emmette Roger, Rt. 1 Box 3324 Cordova SC 151 Fields, Kimberly Webb, Rt. 2 Box 160 Belton, SC 127 Flarity, Tina Louise, 9 North Haven Drive Greenville, SC 3, 151 Fleming, Lisa Gail, Rt. 4 Lake Seces- sion Abbeville, SC 112 Flournoy, Latra Alvin, 103 1st East Hampton, SC Floyd, Jr., Alfred J., 35 Bland Ave- nue Sumter, SC Flynn, Michael Randy, 3903 Allston Street Anderson, SC Forester, Linda Elaine, Rt. 2 Carnes- ville, GA 151 Forester, Susan Ann Rt. 2 Box 200 Carnesville, GA 151 Fortner, William Eddie, 313 Grigsby Avenue Easley, SC Foster, Perry C, 1746 East North Street Greenville, SC Fousek, Charles Greg, 232 Bedford Forest Avenue Anderson, SC Fowler, David Max, Star Rt. Wal- halla, SC 151 Fowler, Mark J., 5360 Lee Circle For- est Park, GA 173 Fraley, Barry Charles, 506 Gregory Street Timmonsville, SC 127 Fraley, Jay Patrick, Gregory Street Timmonsville, SC 152 Franks, R. Phil-Bus. Adm. 101 Jane Court, Belton, SC Franklin, Richard H.-V.P., Stu- dent Dev. 736 Marshall Avenue Frazier, Ravmond Conrad, y Grahl Court Greenville, SC 127 Frentz, Mary Elizabeth, 9 Lindley Avenue Sumter, SC Friddle, Treci, Rt. 2 Box 505 Honea Path, SC 152 Fries, Robert H.-Chm., Astronomy Physics Box 1274, Anderson, SC Fulp, Sally Carlette Box 5225 Ander- son, SC Furtick, Stephen Thomas, N. Main Leesville, SC 112, 113, 114, 115, 117, 127, 84 Funk, Mrs. Robt. B.-Dir., Reading- Study 508 Timber Lande Gabbard, Theresa Marie, 200 Ponce De Leon Drive Anderson, SC 127 Gabbard, Mrs. Carolyn-Sec, Counseling Center 200 Ponce De- Leon Drive Gaines, Ronnie R., Rt. 1 Box 10 Starr, SC Gaither, Mark Allen, 148 Park Drive Decatur, GA 104 Galphin, J. Leigh, 1110 Springdale Road, Anderson, SC Gambrell, Charles G., 2001 College Ave., Anderson, SC Gambrell, Randy William, Route 2, Honea Path, SC Gardiner, Charles Andrew, 6708 Long Brook Road, Columbia, SC Gardner, Darlene C, Rt. 5, Box 3058, Orangeburg, SC, 127 Gardner, Lisa Dianne, Rt. 2, Box 471-A, Gaffney, SC, 127 Garrett, Michael Dean, Pine View Drive, Easley, SC, 152 Garrison, Barbara M., Rt. 3, Box 339- B, Anderson, SC Garrison, John Osburn, P.O. Box 1403, Anderson, SC Gerald, Jerri Lynne, 107 East Sum- mersby St., Fort Mill, SC Getsinger, Dennis Neal, 423 Brook Forest Drive, Anderson, SC 152 Gettys, Lorrie Ann, 102 Gettys Drive, Gaffney, SC, 152 Gibbons Jr., Edward Guy, Rt. 3 Manning, SC, 152 Gibson, Carl O., Rt. 1, Saluda, SC, 152 Gibson, Donna Annette, Rt. 2, Box 245-A, Westminster, SC, 127 Gibson, Joy Ethel, Rt. 3, Box 309 Anderson, SC, 65, 152 Gibson, Mary Carol, 100 Wood Ave- nue, Greer, SC Gifford, Ellen Naomi, Nixville Road, Estill, SC, 152 Gillespie, Todd Alexander, 109 Brookwood DR, Greenville, SC Girardeau, Lisa Dawn, 8 North Har- bor Drive, Greenville, SC, 152 Givens, Paula Lynee, 100 Green Ave- nue, Fountain Inn, SC Gleen, Henry Lester, Box 12, Jen- kinsville, SC Glisson, John David, 303 South Ce- dar, Andrews, SC GodFrey, Tina Mae, Box 4795, Parksville, SC, 152 Goff, Tonja Denise, Rt. 1 Box 280 McCormick, SC 152, 81 Goodman, Rodney Charles, 116 West Main, Laurens, SC, 152 Gore, George Trask, Kings Road Dunes Section, Myrtle Beach, SC Gore, Shelia Denise, 8 Lombardi Lane, Hanahan, SC 152 Graham, Marcelle, Rt. 3 Box 129 An- derson, SC 152 Graham, Mrs. Tom (Lynda), Asst. Bookkeeper-Business Office Rt. 3, Box 453 Grant, Rebeca Lynn, Rt. 1, Pickens, SC 152 Grant, Sandra D., 610 S. Stribling St., Seneca, SC, 152 Grant, Mrs. Ruby, Pol. Sc, Night School, 2006 Lindale Road Graves, Brent Ward, 106 Sonning Rd., Irmo, SC Gray, Patricia Mae, Rt. 4 Box 139, Anderson, SC 152 Gray, Ola, Sec, Fin. Aid, 2403 Lane Avenue Greibien, Denise M., 25 Westbrook Lane, Greenville, SC, 4, 127 Green, Donna Alane, Rt. 1, West Union, SC 152 Green, Sandra Ellen, 5 G Le Chateau Apts, Anderson, SC, Green, Vickie Yvonne, 804 Wilson St Anderson, SC Greene, Karen Darlene, 622 Butles Springs Rd. Greenville, SC 64, 65, 127 Greene, R. Michael, 831 Reidville Rd. Spartanburg, SC 127 Greene, Ricahrd, Warren, 301, Vir- ginia Aven. Cheraw, SC 152 Greer, Sara, 93 Griffin, Edwin Franklin, 200 West Main St. Taylors, SC Griffin, Melinda Ann, Rt. 2 Cameron SC, 152 Griffin, Millicent O., 511 West Fred- erick St. Anderson, SC Griffith, Andrea K., Box 206 Hwy 11, Walhalla, SC Grimm, Robert Warren, Box 417 Walhalla, SC Grizzle, Gregory Ray, 106, Mahaffey Road, Williamston, SC Gross, Wanda A., 508 Penarth Dr. Greenville, SC 128 Grumbles, Horace J. 607 Fairmoum Rd. Anderson, SC Guest, Rebecca Lynn, Rt. 2, Honea Path, SC 152 Gurley, Debbie Elaine, Rt. 1, Box 81, Bowersville, GA, 152 Hadaway, Randell Lee, 200 Chil- dress Circle, Greenville, SC, 158 Hall, Ginger, 402 McNeill Dr. Ander- son SC, 152 Hall, Jeanie Ruble, 104 Playground Road, Walhalla, SC, 152 Hall, Lawson Philpot, Rt. 3, Box 594, Laurens, SC 153 Hall, Martha Regina, Rt. 2, Donalds SC Hamilton, James Barry, Anderson College, Box 43 C, Anderson, SC, 128 Hamilton, Vanessa M. 1408 Newell St. Anderson, SC, 128 Hammond, Katie Lorraine, 1011 Canterbury Rd, Anderson, SC Hammond, Terry Glenn, 122 Montis Dr. Greenville, Sc, 153 Hancock, Dora, l.-Lib. Asst. 13-1 Bailey Court Apts. Hanes, Edward R. Hanes, Jr., Edward F., 1816 Capri Drive, Charleston, SC, 153 Haney, Janice L., 11 Afton Court, Greenville, SC Hankins, Jr., Harry H., Rt. 1 Box 431 A, Pelzer, SC, 128 Hanley, Bobby-English-(Night School)-Rt. 2, Belton, SC Harling, Peggy Ann, 103 E. Curtis Street, Simpsonville, SC, 112, 153 Harper, James Michael, 512 Third Street, Cheraw, SC, 153 Harrell, Pamela Jane, 202 Highland Drive, Latta, SC, 153 Harris, John Ashley, 2 Robin Drive, 174 Seneca, SC Harris, Vicki Jo, 2112 Fairlawn Cr., Cayce, SC, 128 Harrison, Janet Denise, Route 1, Greeg, SC, 153 Harrison, Lisa Faye, 3 Reed St., Pelzer, SC, 128 Hart, Lesia Kay, 7661 Mendelwood Street, Charleston, SC Hartman, Joseph Craig, Route 3, Eli- zabethtown, PA Hartsell, Paula, Rt. 2, Enoree, SC, 128 Hawk, Katherine S., Rt. 2 Box 198, Walhalla, SC, 128 Hawkins, Cindy Marie, Route 12 Box 121, Anderson, SC, 153 Hawkins, Kathy Mae, Route 3 Box 207, Landrum, SC, 114, 153, 84 Hawkins, Patsy Ann, 24 Spring Street, Lavonia, GA, 108, 153 Hawkins, Sherry Lynn, Rt. 2 Box 170 B, Seneca, SC, 114, 128 Hawkins, Theresa D., PO Box 344, Beaufort, SC, 153 Hayes, Jennifer Lynne, 4 A York- town Apts., Greenville, SC, 153 Haynie, Ronald Keith, 300 Bryson Drive, Laurens, SC Heard, Sandra Dell, 803 Druid Hills Drive, Anderson, SC Hearn, James C, 3650 Deerfield, Co- lumbia, SC Hedgpath, Susan Sarratt, 100 Braw- ley Street, Chester, SC, 153 Hegler, Patricia A., 110 Morgan Cir- cle, Simpsonville, SC, 128 Hellams, Jim William, 14 Smith Street, Ware Shoals, SC Hellams, Jr., John Thomas, 733 An- derson Street, Belton, Sc Helms, Mandee Eliz., 405 Chestnut Blvd., Anderson, SC, 129 Helton, Kenneth Barry, 206 Cedar Cr., Easley, SC Henderson, David Paul, 17 Eisen- hower Drive, Greenville, SC, 104, 153 Henderson, Teresa Lane, 11 Charing Cross Road, Taylors, SC, 153 Hendrix, Donald Weyman, 508 Drayton Circle, Anderson, SC, 154 Hendrix, Jr., Lee Bradford, 205 Pres- ton Street, Easley, SC Henry, Mark Edward, 367 Walling- ford Road, Cheshire, CT, 110 Henry, Robin L., 104 Cardinal Dr., Clemson, SC, 129 Herring, Daniel George, 520 Chest- nut Apt. 6, Laurens, SC Herron, John Wessels, Route 1, Starr, SC Higgins, Mrs. John (Elizabeth)- Math-Box 93, 107-A College Hgts. Blvd. Clemson, SC, 96 Hill, Allison, P., 5311 Hartford Cr., N. Charleston, SC, 129 Hill, Jr., James Landrum, Route 1, Piedmont, SC Hite, Mrs. Everett (Susan)-Eng- lish-107 Sourwood Dr., Forest Hills, Seneca, SC, 92 Hitopoulos, Paul Coney, 319 Pitt, Mt. Pleasant, SC, 154 Hodge, Catherine F., Lake Jemiki, Walhalla, SC Hodges, John, Jr. -Foreman, Janitorial Services-103 Lee Street Hodges, Juanita M., Rt. 6 Box 94, Elberton, GA, 129 Hoffman, Jr., Robert John, 1304 Wendover Way, Anderson, SC Hoffman, Ronald George, 7006 Gro- veton Drive, Clinton, MD, 111, 129 Holbrook, James William, 223 Whitehall Road, Anderson, SC Holcomb, Kim G., 200 Oak Street, Hartwell, GA, 154 Holcombe, Jimmy L., 5 Marble St., Greenville, SC, 129, 84 Holcombe, Michael Joseph, 2418 Pope Dr., Anderson, SC Holland, Christopher D., Route 1, Pelzer, SC, 154 Holland, Jack Nelson, Route 1 Box 6 A, Fountain Inn, SC, 154 Holland, Timothy M., 70 Winfield Rd., Greenville, SC Holley, Frankie Renea, 3015 Alcove Drive, Scottdale, GA, 154 Holman, George F.-Bus. Adm.- (P.T., Night School)-1704 Millgate Road Holmes, Annette, Route 1 Box 47, Trenton, SC, 129 Holmes, Lawrence B., Route 1, En- oree, SC, 12, 129 Honeycutt, Ernest Ritter, Route 10 Box 146, Anderson, SC, 154 Hook, Sandra Verdine, Rt. 2 Box 230, North, S.C., 129, 84 Hooper, Jr., Alfred Harvey, Route 6 Box 487, Anderson, SC, 154 Hooper, Derek Alan, PO Box 38, Piedmont, SC, 154 Hooper, Joy Elizabeth, Rt. 2 Dixon Rd., Anderson, SC, 129 Hopkins, Annie Lorraine, Rt. 2 Box 281, Pelzer, SC, 130 Hopkins, Lambert D., 1217 Frink Street, Cayce, SC Home, Glenda Ruth, 5823 Lakeview Drive, Hanahan, SC, 154 Home, Jr., Lynn Deforest, Route 1 Box 16, Bartow, FL Horton, Jr., Wayne Thomas, Route 1 Bonanza Circle, Piedmont, SC Horvath, Douglas Malcom, 208 Lib- by Lane, Mauldin, SC, 154 Horvath, William Brian, 208 Libby Lane, Mauldin, SC, 154 Hovis, Mrs. Billy (Lynn C.)- Cashier-43-H Tanglewood Apts., An- derson, SC, 76 Howard, Dana Suzanne, Route 5 Daris Road, Greer, SC, 154 Howard, II, Furman Duane, PO Box 235, Johnsonville, SC Howard, Kathryn A., 25 Selwyn Dr., Greenville, SC, 130 Howell, Lisa C, 1353 W. Wade Hampton Blv., Greer, SC, 130 Howell, II, Roderick Dowd, PO Box 527, Andrews, SC Hudgins, Cathy Lynn, Route 7 Box 59, Anderson, SC Hudson, Angela Jamille, 16 Terrain Dr., Greenville, SC, 154 Hudson, Steven Wayne, 306 Meadow Street, Walterboro, SC, 154 Huff, Sandra Kay, 207 W. Decatur Street, Greenville, SC, 154 Huggins, Jr., George Houston, 1 Hale St., Pelzer, SC Huggins, Wendell Allen, 16 Saga- more Lane, Greenville, SC, 130 Hughes, Alisa Ruth, 101 Cherrylane Drive, Greenville, SC, 64, 155 Hughes, Jr., Jack Hunt, Rt. 6 Abbe- ville Highway, Anderson, SC, 130 Hughes, Jr., Walter Michael, 2 Pine Street, Honea Path, SC, 130 Hughey, W. Glen-Math-Rt. 11, Box 551, Anderson, SC, 96 Hulsey, Roger K., 300 Lavonne Ave., Easley, SC, 130 Hunter, Carole P., 113 Pineview Drive, Easley, SC, 155 Hunter, Carolyn B., Route 10 Box 76, Anderson, SC Hunter, Koger, Rt. 3, Box 71 Pelzer, SC Hunter, Pamela T., 206 Caughlin Ave., Anderson, SC, 130 Huskey, Rhonda Joyce, Route 8 Box 68, Greenwood, SC, 155 Hydrick, Kimberley Gale, 123 Cedar Rock Road, Easley, SC 175 Ifkovits, Mrs. Edward (Gerry)- Sec, V.P., Bx. Affairs, 504 Timber Lane, Anderson, SC, 75 Inabinet, Carol Raye, Rt. 10 Box 16, Greenwood, SC, 130 Inabinet, Lori Anne, Route 1 Box 158, St. Matthews, SC, 155 Invester, Shelia Anne, Rt. 5 Box 247, Belton, SC, 130 Jabber, Frederick E., Rt. 1 Box 11 C, Ninety Six, SC, 131 Jackson, Alma Ruth, 607 New State Road, Cayce, SC, 131 Jackson, Richard Marion, 315 Brock- ington Street, Manning, SC Jackson, Tommy M., Rt. 7 Box 122 H, Lexington, SC, 131 Jacky, Frank John, 1202 Stonehurst Dr., Anderson, SC, 155 Jacks, Dr. Shirley R. (Richard)- French-8 Stewart St., Williamston, SC 95 Jacobs, Mary Mitchell, 113 Roby, Cheraw, SC, 155 Jamerson, Cecil Scott, 14 Langley St., Pelzer, SC James, Dennis Warren-Enghsh-Box 1282. Seneca, SC, 92 Jameson, Jr., Charlie R., Rt. 1 Box 330, Sumter, SC, 131 Jamison, Sandra Martin, 604 Hey- ward Rd., Anderson, SC Jenkins, Rickey Orlando, Route 8 Box 542, Anderson, SC Jenkinson, Jr., Charles B., 546 Rock- mont Rd., Greenville, SC, 112, 131 Jenness, Jr., Albert James, 401 Kathy Avenue, Hampton, SC Jennings, IV, Robert Hastine, 1393 Tolly Ganley Circle, Orangeburg, SC Jensen, Patricia Jill, Route 2 Box 104, Townville, SC Johnson, Andrea Cheryl, Route 8 Sunrise Drive, Greer, SC, 65, 155 Johnson, Brenda Diane, Rt. 8 Leawood Ave. Box 601, Anderson, SC Johnson, Cassandra O., Johnson Street, Box 79, Anderson, SC, 65, 155 Johnson, Charles Elton, Route 11, Anderson, SC, 131 Johnson, Jennifer D., Route 3 Ken- nedy Drive, Piedmont, SC Johnson, Jovanna M., 1105 North 4th Ave., Dillon, SC, 131 Johnson, Kimberly A., 749 East Main, Laurens, SC, 131 Johnson, Margaret V., Route 11 Box 152, Anderson, SC, 155 Johnson, Melinda J., 128 Folkstone St., Greenville, SC, 131 Johnson, Patricia E., Route 2 Box 55, Highlands, NC, 155 Johnson, Richard Wayne, Route 8 Marlowe Road, Spartanburg, SC, 155 Jones, Derian Alison, 117 Woodland Drive, Greer, SC, 131 Jones, Gwendolyn, Rt. 1 Box B 19, Calhoun Falls, SC, 112, 114, 155 Jones, James Bradley, 220 Arnold Dr., Anderson, SC Jones, Janet Dianne, Route 2 Box 175, Townville, SC, 155 Jones, Kathy Ann, Route 2 Box 292, Hartwell, GA, 131 Jones, Jr., Mrs. H.W. (Mary)- President ' s Secty.-1810 Lindale Lane, Anderson, SC, 68 Jones, III, Otis Keather, 2800 Belha- ven Rd., Anderson, SC, 131 Jordan, Jimmie Lynn, 807 Piedmont Highway, Greenville, SC, 155 Jordan, Marlou Annette, 4929 Bridle Path Lane, Greenville, SC, 155 Joyce, Ayn-Martha, 871 Wellington Drive, Charleston, SC, 155 Joye, Amie Leith W., Rt. 2 Salem Church Road, Anderson, SC Kamata, Hideki, Anderson College, Box 403C, Anderson, SC, 132 Kasey, Stephen M., 502 Hama Drive, Holiday, FL, 132 Kay, Wendy Lu, 142 Anita Drive, Spartanburg, SC, 155 Keasler, Robin Anne, 215 West Greer Street, Honea Path, SC, 155 Keaton, Ruth Marshall, Route 1, An- derson, SC, 155 Kelley, C. Blake, 100 Meridian Ave., Taylors, SC, 112, 132 Kelley, Deegie L., 402 Timber Lane, Anderson, SC, 132 Kelley, Julia Smith, 1306 Amity Road, Anderson, SC Kelley, Karen Lee, Route 1 Box 132, Central, SC Kelley, Robin Barrett-Biology- 402 Timber Lane, Anderson, SC, 91 Kennedy, Katherine I., PO Box 398, Hemingway, SC, 155 Kennemore, Debra Ruth, 1820 Curtis Drive, North Augusta, SC, 155 Kenrick, Robert Greg, 8 Flintlock Drive, North Augusta, SC Kenrick, Steve-Resident Advisor- Lawton Hall Apt., AC, 64, 81, 84 Keown, Tamaralyn D., PO Box 332, Belton, SC, 155 Kidd, Sanford-Chaplain Dir. Campus Ministries-510 Drayton Cir- cle, Anderson, SC, 99, 135 Kiger, Robert Chris, 12 Tiftgreen Cr., Columbia, SC, 155 Kinard, Clark Albert, Route 1 Box 212, Islandton, SC Kinard, Mark Byron, Route 1, Box 212, Islandton, SC King, Mrs. Jas. H., Jr. (Ann)-Sec, Athletic Dept., 114 Tanglewood Drive Anderson, SC, 86 King, Lee-Chemistry Phy. Sci- ence-704 Ridgecrest Ave., Anderson, SC 91 King, Margaret S., Rt. 7 Box 16 A, Anderson, SC King, Mary Theresa, 2309 Edgewood Avenue, Anderson, SC, 156 King, Mrs. Milton (Mae)-Book- store Asst.-Box 404, Belton, SC, 76 King, Richard Carter, PO Box 303, Startex, SC, 116, 156 King, Sara Diann, Route 2 Box 237, Walhalla, SC, 156 King, Timothy Neal, 2813 Leconte Rd., Anderson, SC King, Winfred M., 468 Gray St. Northwest, Atlanta, GA, 104 Knox, Gracie M., 247 Clinkscale Rd., Seneca, SC Koger, William Gary, 515 Forest Hills Rd., Walterboro, SC, 156 Kohlmayer, Edward M., 2601 Woo- dridge Dr., Anderson, SC Kosanke, Scott William, Rt. 4 Box 251, Anderson, SC Kurtz, Audrea Jo H., PO Box 668, Anderson, SC Kuykendall, Robin Frances, 1802 Sansbury Dr., Anderson, SC, 156 Labrador, Katherine M., 1835 Chel- tenham Lane, Columbia, SC, 112, 156 Lackey, Amanda L., 507 Eaton St., Central, SC Lackey, Joan Rose, 314 Richbourg Road; Greenville, SC, 156 Lambert, Michael R., PO Box 314, Johnsonville, SC, 116, 131 Lancianese, Anna Maria, 122 Van- derbilt Circle, Greenville, SC, 65, 156 Land, David Stuart, 1 Drexel Ave- nue, Greenville, SC Landreth, Lisa Renee, 5 Etowah Drive, Greenville, SC, 156 Lanham, Diane, Rt. 1 Box 61, Plum Branch, SC, 156 Latham, David Gray, 309 Rhodeha- 176 ven Drive, Anderson, SC Lathan, Brenda F., Route 4 Box 115, Hartwell, GA, 156 Laughter, Cynthia Renee, PO Box 475, Iva, SC Lawless, Mary Leisa, 11 Monteith Circle, Greenville, SC, 156 Lawrence, Melinda Rae, 1098 Dixon Circle, Gainesville, Ga, 156 Lawrimore, Jill D., 3209 Lakewood Avenue, Columbia, SC, 132 Lawton, Wilma Jeane, 414 Ansel Ave., Varnville, SC, 108, 156 Lee, Gloria Dianna, Rt. 9 Box 395 A, Anderson, SC, 132 Lee, Paula Angell, Route 1 Box 85, Garden City, SC, 8, 108, 153, 156 Legrand, William T., 124 Sherwood Forest, Laurens, SC, 112, 132 Leighton, Karen Louise, 5304 Eileen St., Charleston, SC Lemaster, Chris Thomas, Rt. 8 Box 717, Gaffney, SC, 112, 132 Lenning, John Scott, Route 7, Green- ville, SC, 9, 156 Leroux, Lynda Ann, 5575 Williams- dale Ct., Seminole, FL, 156 Lewis, Keith Julian, Route 3, Hartwell, GA, 156 Liebenrodd, John Newell, 105 Rip- ple View Drive, Clemson, SC, 156 Lindley, Rebecca Eddie, Route 1 Box 38, McCormick, SC, 156 Lindsay, Deana Marie, 116 Hillcrest Circle, Belton, SC, 156 Lingerfelt, David Scott, Rt. 10 North Severn Circle, Easley, SC, 156 Lister, Timothy D., 6 Flacon Drive, Taylors, SC, 132 Locke, Teresa Carolyn, Rt. 1 Pine Top Rd., Belton, SC Looper, Nancy Jewell, Star Route, Pickens, SC Long, Mrs. Stan (Patricia)-Data Entry Clerk-P.O. Box 1981, Rt. 9, Auburn Drive, Anderson, SC, 71 Lossman, Kimberley E., 201 Bates- view Dr., Greenville, SC, 133 Love, Rita Karen, 829 Robbins Cir- cle, Chester, SC, 156 Loving, Matthew Player, 842 Adger Rd., Columbia, SC Lowry, II, Dennis Marion, Route 6 Box 337, Gaffney, SC, 156 Lundy, Sandra Kay, 4713 Fielder Street, Tampa, FL, 133, 84 Luper, Gloria May, 606 Hwy, 29 N. Bypass, Anderson, SC Lynch, Cindy Ann, Route 7 Box 584, Easley, SC, 157 Lynch, III, Thomas Calvin, 125 Fort Rutledge Road, Clemson, SC, 157 Lynn, Catherine B., PO Box 248, McCormick, SC, 133 Lyons, Barbara A., Route 3, Abbe- ville, SC, 157 Mack, Nancy Renee, PO Box 325, Bowman, SC, 133 Mackey, Dennis Boyd, Route 1, Starr, SC, 133 Mackey, Laura E., 1013 A Colonial Villa, Columbia, SC Madden, Gina Darlene, Route 2, Hartwell, GA Madden, Mark Landon, 213 Timber Lane, Anderson, SC Madden, Michael David, Route 2, Belton, SC, 157 Madden, Sharon Ann, 2703 Bellview Road, Anderson, SC Maddox, Gina R., 12 Foresthill Rd., Belmont, NC, 133, 157 Mahaffey, Miss Martha-Bus. Off. Supervisor- 1004 Power STreet, Anderson, SC, 76 Mahaffey, Timothy A., 406 Old Sta- gecoach Road, Easley, SC Malkeiwicz, Michael John, PO Box 355, Summerton, SC, 112 Malstrom, Edwin Carl, 109 Alee Street, Clemson, SC Mandrell, Dr. N. Eugene-Psy- chology-905 Pine Cone Trail, Ander- son, sC, 99 Mandrell, Mrs. N. Eugene, (Mar- ion D)-Psychology-905 Pine Cone Trail, Anderson, SC, 99 Martin, Blair E., 2003 Millgate Rd., Anderson, SC Martin, Brenda Lee, PO Box 101, Central, SC, 157 Martin, Cynthia D., 14 Huguenot Avenue, Charleston, SC, 133 Martin, Jr., Joe Clifton, Rt. 7 Box 208, Anderson, SC, 157 Martin, John Kennon, Magnolia Terrace, Pendleton, SC, 157 Martin, Joseph Alton, Route 1, Cades, SC, 157 Martin, Lizzie Mae, 818 East Market Street, Anderson, SC Martin, Marilyn Lane, 506 E. Cal- houn Street 1, Anderson, SC, 133 Martin, Mrs. David (Mary)- Home Ec. Merch., Rt. 2, Pendle- ton, SC. 20, 94 Martin, Roslyn Cason, 206 Calvert Avenue, Clinton, SC, 157 Martin, Jr., Thomas Wayne, Wild- wood Trl., Myrtle Beach, SC, 157 Martin, Thurston, E., Rt. 10 Box 336, Anderson, SC, 157 Mason, Thomas Candler, 110 Bleck- ley Avenue, Greenville, SC Massengale, Michael Jimmy, 104 Oak Forest Drive, Greer, SC, 157 Massey, Rhonda Jean, 310 Dogwood Street, Anderson, SC Massingill, Robin Lewis, 104 Pine Street, Easley, SC, 157 Mathews, Troye L., 269 Pinewood Ln., Rock Hill, SC, 108 Mathis, Kathye Deann, Box 268, Belton, SC Matson, Teresa M., 737 Leafwood Rd., Charleston, SC Matthews, Samuel Watson, 1507 Alexander Road, Rock Hill SC Matthews, Shelley A., PO Box 216, Campobello, SC, 133, 81 Matthews, Dr. Victor-History- 108 Tamassee Dr., Clemson, SC, 94 Maxwell, Brenda Mae, Route 9 Rucker Road, Anderson, SC Maxwell, David R., Rt. 1, Abbeville, SC, 133 McAlister, Clyde Banks, Route 5 Box 47, Anderson, SC McAlister, Evie G., PO Box 441, Hemingway, SC, 157 McAlister, Joseph F., 222 Bucking- ham Rd., Greenville, SC McAlister, Lisa, V2 Stevens Street, Laurens, SC McAulay, John Joseph, 222 Rama, Lexington, SC, 157 McBride, Kathy Lynn, Rt. 6 Box 114, Anderson, SC, 133 McCarter, Dr. Samuel-Art-1224 Springdale Road, Anderson, SC, 89, 93 McCarthy, Colleen, 916 Hammond Dr., N. Augusta, SC, 134 McClain, Samuel Wilbur, Route 2 Dallas Road, Donalds, SC, 158 McClain, Vicky L., Rt. 2 Dallas Rd., Donalds, SC, 134 McClain, William Lee, 1613 Rogers Road, Anderson, SC, 134 McClanahan, Gregory Alan- Math-P.O. Box 5164, Anderson, SC, 96 McClellan, Crystal Dawn, 12516 Parker Lane, Clinton, MD, 158 McClure, Janet E., Route 13, Ander- son, SC McCombs, Tanya L., 412 Forest Park 177 Dr., Simpsonville, SC, 134 McCrary, Jeanie Sue, Rt. 3 Tram- mell Road, Greenville, SC McCrary, Ruth Allison, 25 Fenwick Lane, Greenville, SC, 158 McCurry, Mary Arlene, Rt. 3 Box 140, Iva, SC, 158 McCurry, Sylvia Jean, Route 1, West Union, SC, 158 McDaniel, Jacqueline, 215 Cowan Court, Greenville, SC, 158 McDaniel, Pamela Ann, Rt. 2 Box 14, Summerton, SC, 134 McDuffie, Roy Owen, 925 Cleveland St., Greenville, SC, 134 McEntire, Barney Joseph, Route 2 Box 422, Irmo, SC, 158 McFaddin, Elizabeth Ann, 25 Thel- ma Drive, Sumter, SC, 158, 81 McGee, Glenda Louise, Rt. 7 Box 164, Anderson, SC McGee, Helen Y., 32 11th St. Judson, Greenville, SC, 114, 134 McGill, Whitney Anne, PO Box 5411, Anderson, SC, 158 McGregor, Mrs. Rob Roy, (Kathryn A.)-Sec. Sc.-Rt. 9, Box 227, Anderson, SC, 90 McGuffin, Timothy, 301 Heather Trail, Anderson, SC Mcintosh, Jane Leslie, 2216 Willow Place, Anderson, SC McKay, Frank Rodgers, Route 1 Box 46, North Augusta, SC, 158 McKenzie, Dawn Leanne, 26-21st Avenue, Isle of Palms, SC, 134 McKenzie, Joan Carlene, 102 Maple, Andrews, SC, 158 McKinley, Jr., Harold Donald, Route 9 Box 441, Anderson, SC, 158 McKinney, Lisa Sheryl, Route 12 Marsha Lane, Anderson, SC, 112, 114, 117, 158 McKinney, Melissa Sharon, Route 12 Box 107, Anderson, SC, 158 McLane, Amy Renee, 211 Roundrock Lane, Anderson, SC McLane, Daneen A., Route 4 Box 75, Hartwell, GA, 158 McLane, Millie Faye, 211 Round Rock Lane, Anderson, SC, 112, 158 McMullan, Gary Lee, 404 Highland Dr., Elberton, GA McWhite, William L., 30 Queen Ann Rd., Greenville, SC Meakin, Jr., Arthur Griffin, 1315 Parkins Mill, Greenville, SC Mears, Joye Elizabeth, Route 1 Box 304, McCormick, SC, 6, 143, 158 Medlin, Paula Regina, Route 1 Country Villa, West Union, SC, 158 Meeks, Mrs. Z.W. (Ada P.)-Social Sec. -307 Moultrie Square, Anderson, SC, 75 Melton, Mrs. Grace S.-Evening Re. Asst.-2607 Lane Avenue, Ander- son, SC, 4, 84 Mentis, George Peter, 403 Ponce De- Leon Drive, Anderson, SC, 158 Metts, Jr., Fred Christopher-Reli- gion-100 Northgate Drive, Anderson, SC, 100 Mikell, Kathryn, Fourth PO Box 236, Estill, SC Milam, Debra Jean, 525 Pittsdowne Road. Columbia, SC Miller, Elizabeth D., 10 Rockwood Dr., Greenville, SC, 5, 123, 134 Miller, Vanessa B., 2 Brown Street, Seneca, SC Mims, Dr. Frances (Paul S.)- English-1212 Rutledge Way, Ander- son, SC, 93 Mims, Jeri L., 509 Richardson Cr. E., Hartsville, SC, 134 Mitchell, Mary Lucas, 15 Merimac Ct., Greenville, SC, 158 Mitchell, Susan Deneese, Route 1, Belton, SC, 158 Mitchum, Cecil G.-Adm. Asst., Business-Rt. 6, Box 343, Piedmont, SC, 75 Mitchum, Mrs. Cecil G. (Mar- guerite)-Sec, Registrar-Rt. 6, Box 343, Piedmont, SC, 71 Mize, Mark Bradley, 1412 Hilltop Drive, Anderson, SC Moffett, David Bryant, Route 2 Box 186, Andrews, SC Monts, Marshall E., PO Box 57, Irmo, SC, 134 Moody, Shane Anthony, Route 14 Greenlake Drive, Greenville, SC, 158 Moon, Betty B., 105 Briarwood Dr., Belton, SC, 134 Moore, Amanda Claudia, Route 3 Box 84, Abbeville, SC, 158 Moore, Ashley Lewis, 13 Waverly Ct., Greenville, SC, 158 Moore, Calvin W., Ill Cambridge St., Abbeville, SC, 135 Moore, Daniel A., 1618 Chapman Drive, Anderson, SC Moore, Gary M., Rt. 12 Craft Rd., Anderson, SC Moore, Janice A., 1417 Ridge Road, Hartwell, GA, 135 Moore, Karen Elaine, Route 2, Bel- ton, SC Moore, Robert Alan, 122 Bailey Street, Anderson, SC Moorefield, Dawn C, 6 Braddock Dr., Taylors, SC, 135 Morgan, Tracy Susan, 105 Dogwood Dr., Belton, SC, 135 Morris, Catherine D., Route 4 Box 127, Hartwell, GA, 138 Morris, Charlotte Ann, Rt. 8 Box 142, Anderson, SC, 135 Morris, Deborah Denise, 315 South Fourth Street, Seneca, SC, 108, 158 Morris, Timothy Wayne, PO Box A.K. Honea Path, SC Morrow, James Edward, Box 276, Duncan, SC Morrow, Mae Elizabeth, Route 2 Box AR-6, Gaffney, SC, 158 Morton, Lynne Eliz., 19 Ramblewood Lane, Greenville, SC, 158 Moses, John Dowlin, 44 Tucson Dr., Sumter, SC Mulligan, Mrs. Kenneth P. (Pat- rick P.)-History-309 Myrtle Ave., Belton, SC, 94 Mulligan, Patrick Van, 309 Myrtle Ave., Belton, SC, 158 Murphy, T Gayle, Rt 1 Box 18, Hol- ly Hill, SC, 135 Murray, Megan Jo, 109 Sussex Way, Anderson, SC, 158 Mustin, Jr., Charles R., 6 Pine Creek Ct., Greenville, SC, 158 Myers, Martha Ann, 1791 Dunbar- ton Drive, Charleston, SC, 158 Myers, Mary Darlene, 605 Marshall Road, Greenwood, SC, 158 Myzell, Susan Renee, Rt. 1 Box 168 B, Ridgeville, SC, 114, 158 Nail, Douglas.-Resident Advisor- Lawton Hall Apt., A.C. 84 Nalley, Amy Leigh, 526 Drayton Cir- cle, Anderson, SC, 135 Nance, Linda Gail, 1706 Belton St., Anderson, SC, 135, 85 Nash, Ernestine M., Rt. 4 Box 341, Elberton, GA, 158 Nash, Tonya Jo, PO Box 5403, An- derson, SC, 158 Nations, Michael Ronald, Route 7 Box 346, Easley, SC, 158 Neely, Shannon I., 101 Old Mill Road, Taylors, SC, 135, 84 Nichols, Bette Bonte, Box 17 Lan- caster Rd., Chester, SC, 135 Nichols, Wayne Edward, 527 Fair- mont Road, Anderson, SC 178 Nissen, John Theodore, 812 Withla- coochie Avenue, Marion, SC Norwood, IV, John Wilkins, 711 Pel- ham Road, Greenville, SC Nuckolls, Ann Robbin, 103 Aldridge Dr., Greenville, SC, 136 O ' Quinn, Thomas L., 1123 Mariner Dr., Charleston, SC, 84 Olive, John Squyres, 110 Daniel Drive, Clemson, SC Olive, Kevyn June, 210 Warwic k Street, Anderson, SC Orbann, Sophie L., 101 Moore Ct., Simpsonville, SC, 112, 158 Orr, Lisa Marie, Route 1 Box 146, Tamassee, SC, 158 Outen, Rebecca Lee, Route 3 Box 300, Elgin, SC, 160 Outz, Karl Claybourn, 1602 Country Club Rd., Elberton, GA, 112, 136 Owen, John Lee, Rt. 2 Box 687, Wil- liamston, SC Owens, Celeste S., 117 Wise Drive, Sumter, SC, 160 Owens, James L.-Dir., Financial Aid-405 Wildwood Drive, Anderson, SC. 83 Owens, Mark Sherod, 2023 Sheldon Drive, Anderson SC Owings, Jr., Franklin M., 4 Old Fox Trail, Clover, sC Padgett, Olin S.-Director, Physical Plant-Rt. 1, Box 120, Iva, SC Padgett, William M., 11 Third Ave- nue, Judson, Greenville, SC Padhaisky, Lynne M., 30 Lisa Dr., Greenville, SC, 136 Page, Tracee Lynn, PO Box 276, Duncan, SC, 160 Painter, Cheryl H., 1010 Laura St., Anderson, SC, 136 Painter, Deborah E., 3 Woodharbor Dr. Rt. 4, Taylors, SC, 136 Parker, Royce Scott, 132 Anthony St., Gaffney, SC, 136 Parks, George Walter, Route 13 Box 35, Anderson, SC, 104 Parrish, Laurie Lee, 803 East Cal- houn Street, Anderson, SC Parrish, Jr., O. Smith-Admissions Director-803 E. Calhoun Street, An- derson, SC, 72 Parsons, Donna Lynne, PO Box 1138, Anderson, SC, 160 Patterson, Melinda C, Rt. 10 Box 299, Easley, SC, 136 Patterson, Peggy Renee, Rt. 6 Box 427, Seneca, SC, 136 Paul, Sampson Leith, 1318 Brook Drive, Lancaster, SC, 111 Payne, Melanie H., 17 F Le Chateau Apts., Anderson, SC, 160 Payne, Steven Warren, 28 S. Rail- road Ave., E., Batesburg, SC, 116, 136 Pearce, Stephanie, 615 Broad River Dr., Burton, SC, 136 Peebles, Joseph Haynes, Route 1 Box 118, Gable, SC, 160 Peek, Tracy Vincent, 305 Brookmere Drive, Simpsonville, SC Pennell, David Grey, Route 1, Greer, SC, 160 Pennell, John Roddy, Rt. 1, Greer, SC, 116, 137, 84 Perry, Charles Archie, 219 Hunter Avenue, Clemson, SC, 112 Perry, Claudia Lisa, PO Box 697, Hartwell, GA, 137 Perry, LaDonna M., 1613 Meadow- brook Circle, Anderson, SC, 160 Philhower, Andy C, 2050 Upper River Rd., Macon, GA, 137 Phillips, Cynthia Lynn, 9 Marchant St., Greenville, SC, 137 Phillips, Lou Ella, 3836 Walnut Street, Charleston, SC, 160 Phillips, Saundra J., 3803 Manches- ter Rd., Middletown, OH, 84 Philyaw, Lennie Jeroam, 505 Win- field, Anderson, SC Pickens, Brenda Gail, Route 1 Box 347, Anderson, SC, 160 Pickens, Phillip Walker, 500 Tim- berlane, Anderson, SC Pigg, Robert Duncan, PO Box 548, Laurens, SC Pinson, Michelle T., 108 Fruster Street, Clemson, SC, 112, 137 Pittman, Kathy Kim, Route 5 Mont- gomery St., Greenville, SC, 160 Pitts, Frank M., 139 Tanglewood Drive, Anderson, SC, 160 Player, Timothy John, 17 Lafayette Villa Apts., Sumter, SC Plummer, Pamela Ann, Rt. 1 Box 243, Clio, SC, 160 Poe, Donald F., 15 Pecan St., Man- ning, SC, 116, 160 Porter, William Dale, Route 2, Pick- ens, SC Porter, Miss Frankie-Dir., Worn- ens Athletics-418 North Street, An- derson, sC, 87, 108, 109 Powell, Mrs. Wm. (Martha G.)- Prtg. Mailing-310 Jeb Stuart Ave- nue, Anderson, SC, 79 Power, Jane Carole, 115 Pinehurst Dr., Mauldin, SC, 137 Powers, Christie Rose, 508 Creswell Ave., Anderson, SC, 160 Powers, Wayne Hancock, 16 Borden Circle, Greenville, SC Pressley, William A., 903 Pope Field Rd., Easley, SC Price, Thomas Eugene, Route 7 Ken- neth Drive, Anderson, SC, 160 Pristach, Peter, 110, 160 Pruitt, Angie Renee, 213 Cherokee Rd., Belton, SC Pruitt, Kelly Leigh, 102 Eastcliffe Way, Greenville, SC, 137 Pruitt, Rodger Keith, Rt. 1, Honea Path, SC, 160 Pruitt, William Fred, Route 1, Box 16, McCormick, SC Pryor, Mrs. Kenneth R. (Betty Jo)-Biology-109 Partridge Lane, Anderson, SC, 91 Purcell, Douglas Kyle, 618 Skyline Drive, Toccoa, GA, 160 Quails, Kimberly Ann, 5701 Mason Road, Memphis, TN Rabb, Ernie King, Rt. 2 Box 154 C, Cameron, SC, 137, 84 Raftakis, Catherine, PO Box 903, Anderson, SC, 137 Ragsdale, Jr., Billy Lee, PO Box 554, Honea Path, SC Randle, Melissa A., 806 Antlers Drive, Sumter, SC Rast, Lynda K., PO Box 223, Orange- burg, SC, 137 Rathod, Dhruv Mahendra Ray, Jr., Herman R., 4226 Oak Ridge Chs. Hts., Charleston, SC, 137 Read, Kathleen Berry, Route 1 Box 115, Iva, SC Redfearn, III, James Berry, 112 La- nier Dr., Hartsville, SC Reese, Troy Timothy, 313 Covington Road, Greenville, SC Reid, Jane Saxon, 300 Shannon Dr., Greenville, SC, 137 Reprogle, Linda Louise, PO Box 261, Williamston, SC Reynolds, Michele Yvonne, 11 Cav- endish Close, Taylors, SC, 138 Reynolds, Pamela Gay, 11 Cavendish Close, Taylors, SC, 160 Rhode, Jr., Raymond O., 879 Darwin St., Charleston, SC, 138 Rhodes, Cheryl Lynne, Rt. 1 Box 657, Williamston, SC, 160 Rhodes, John Winfred, Route 4 Box 266, Easley, SC Rhodes, Margaret E., 1545 Birth- right Street, Charleston, SC, 160 179 Rice, Cecilia Ann, Route 1, Fountain Inn, SC, 160 Rice, Cynthia Dent, 1780 Crestline, Ct., Atlanta, GA, 160 Rice, Jane Burgess, PO Box 370, Bel- ton, SC Rice, Robin Irene, 1 Balmoral Court, Greenville, SC, 161 Rich, Elizabeth D., 402 Ponce De- Leon Drive, Anderson, SC, 161 Richardson, Barry Laine, Route 1 Box 122, Pomaria, SC Richardson, Donna R., 1108 East Main St., Seneca, SC, 138 Richardson, Kenneth M., Rt. 1 Box 87, Iva, SC, 104, 161 Richardson, Lillian C, Route 1 Box 178 A, Latta, SC, 161 Richardson, Pamela E., Route 1, Good Hope, GA, 138 Richardson, Dr. Robt. L.-Dir., Acad. Counseling-501 Rantowles Road, Anderson, SC, 74, 99 Richburg, Elvia Teresa, 101 Pump- kin Lane, Sumter, SC, 161 Richey, Kimberly T., Rt. 13, 24 Polk Blvd., Greenville, SC, 114, 161 Rickenbaker, Deborah Layne, 122 Blair Road, Belton, SC Rickenbaker, Jana Kay, 122 Blair Road, Belton, SC, 138 Ridge, Celia D., 34 B Tanglewood Apts., Anderson, SC, 161 Rigden, Jr., Fred Wilfred, 1325 Tolly Granly N.W., Orangeburg, SC Riggs, Leisa, 926 Maryland Ave., Vir- ginia Beach, VA, 138 Riley, Timothy Perry, Route 1 Box 210, Saluda, SC, 138 Rimmer, Dugger Reed, 112 N. Rose- mary Avenue, Andrews, SC, 161 Rish, Melanie J., 103 Richbourg Rd., Greenville, SC, 138 Rivers, Judith Lynn, 2831 Burney Drive, Columbia, SC, 161 Roach, Wendy Kay, Rt. 12 Box 105 Bryson Rd., Anderson, SC Robbins, Rebecca J., Route 1, Hick- ory Grove, SC, 138 Robbins, Susan Lee, 406 Forest Lane, Belton, SC, 138 Roberds, Catherine M., 108 Brook- wood Lane, Clemson, SC Roberts, Cynthia K., Rt. 10 3 Lori Cr., Spartanburg, SC Roberts, Frances Lynn, PO Box 626, Elberton, GA Roberts, John David, 104 Marion Street, Anderson, SC Roberts, Kathleen B., PO Box 626, Elberton, GA Roberts, Mark Douglas, 227 West Bridge Street, St. Mathews, SC Roberts, Dr. C. Richard-Asst. Acad. Dean Registrar-Rt. 12, Key- stone Drive, Anderson, SC, 71 Roberts, Russell B., 2517 McKinley Drive, Anderson, SC Roberts, Steven Cochran, 2000 Col- lege Avenue, Anderson, SC Robertson, Jacqueline M., PO Box 8296, Greenville, SC, 161 Robinson, Jr., Bennie Barry, 7 Rail Road, Honea Path, SC Robinson, Jr., Donald Stewart, 200 Blue Ridge Drive, Greer, SC, 161 Robinson, Dwight R., 133 Green Acres Dr. Ext., Ware Shoals, SC Robinson, Howard Kenneth, Rt. 3 Box 18, Honea Path, SC Robosson, Mark K., 705 Cureton Street, Camden, SC Rogers, Lisa Vonette, PO Box 103, Williamston, SC Rogers, Mrs. Paul (Lucy)-Sec, V.P., Development-602 Sherry Drive, Anderson, SC, 78 Rogers, Mary E., 602 Sherry Drive, Anderson, SC Rosamond, Susan Paige, 3121 White Horse Rd., Greenville, SC, 138 Rosenkampff, Jr., Frederick W., PO Box 1358, Helby, NC, 110, 161 Rowell, Amanda F., 204 Williams- burg Drive, Anderson, SC, 161 Rowland, Jr., Larry McKinley, PO Box 744, Anderson, SC, 161 Rozier, Margaret Kelly, Route 1 Box 307, Lake View, SC, 162 Rucker, Eldora Dean, 411 Thomas Street, Anderson, SC Rupp, Robert Paul, 317 Kingsway, Clemson, SC Rushton, Karen E., 1834 Bunting Drive, N. Augusta, SC, 138 Rust, Dr. Ray P.-President-336 Kingsley Road, Anderson, SC, 7, 15, 20, 68 Ryles, Jr., Charles Ernest, 2636 Hill- dale Drive, Sumter, SC, 112, 139 Sailors, Jr., Maxie Lyndon, Route 1 Box 274, Easley, SC Salines, Rene Marie, General Deliv- ery, Iva, SC, 161, 81 Sampson, Angela Denise, Route 2 Box 207, Iva, SC, 162 Sams, Donald Scott, 2701 Leconte Rd., Anderson, SC Sams, Stephen O ' Neil, 205 Hanover Hills, Seneca, SC, 104 Sams, Mrs. Robt. (Cathy)-News Director-1903 Dobbins Ave., Ander- son, SC, 78 Sanders, Jill Lou, 410 Camilla Dr., Anderson, SC Sanders, Patricia H., Route 1 Cobbs Way, Anderson, SC Satterfield, Lesa Ann, 314 Katherine Street, Easley, SC, 162 Satterwhite, David Michael, 2814 Price Avenue, Tampa, FL, 139, 84 Sayer, Mrs. Colin (Linda)-Coor- dinator for CWSP-602 Concord Ave., Anderson, SC, 83 Scheller, Kenneth M., 914 Wisteria Way, Sumter, SC, 162 Schmitt, Janet Lynn, 200 Whittlin Way, Taylors, SC Schumpert, Richard L.E., 3007 E. North Ave., Anderson, SC Scott, Laura Jo, Route 9 Box 421 A, Anderson, SC Scott, Pamela Sue, Rt. 10 Box 84, Anderson, SC Scott, Richard James, 3 Wildwood Rd., Greenville, SC, 112, 139 Scott, Mrs. Virginia W.-Postmis- tress LPN-Infirmary-Infirmary, AC, 84, 85 Seale, Elizabeth Anne, 128 Bridge- ton Drive, Greenville, SC, 162 Seeger, Jr., James H., Rt. 1 Ponder- osa, Piedmont, SC, 139 Seitz, Sandra Rae, 10 River Point Road, Clover, SC, 9, 153, 162 Self, Cynthia T., 103 Hillside Dr., Gaffney, SC, 139 Sellers, Sadie Emma, Rt. 4 Box 257, Darlington, SC, 109, 139 Sharp, Cindy Ann, 31 Conyers, Sum- ter, SC, 162 Sharpe, James Durant, PO Box 141, Swansea, SC Shealy, Kimberly Lynne, PO Box 480, La France, SC, 162 Shelton, John Byron, 914 Stanton Drive, North Augusta, SC Shiflet, Mark Steven, 126 Swain St., Anderson, SC Shirley, Melanie Kaye, 208 William- ston Rd., Anderson, SC 139 Shirley, Timothy Ray, Rt. 2, Honea Path, SC Shonka, Peter Martin, 204 Charles- ton Avenue, Clemson, SC Shooter, Mrs. Mary H.-Dir., Womens Res. Living-Box 371, Row- 180 land, NC, 81 Shreckengast, Debra K., 320 Thyme Street, Satellite Bch., FL, 139 Shuler, Thomas Gilmore, Rt. 5 Box 71 B, Sumter, SC Siebold, Angela Camille, 14 Oakview Dr., Greenville, SC, 162 Simmons, Cynthia Renee, 211 Bed- ford Forest, Anderson, SC, 108 Simmons, Debra Lynne, 116 Ander- son Avenue, Anderson, SC, 162 Simmons, Gladys Jean, 114 Leon Drive, Anderson, SC Simmons, Kimberly A., 1207 W. Whitner St., Anderson, SC, 139 Simpson, Marcus R., 22 D Mountain View Homes, Greenville, SC, 162 Singleton, Nancy Lynn, Route 1 Box 244, Walhalla, SC Singleton, Wynette Y., Palmetto Pky., Belton, SC Sisk, Timothy Q., PO Box 1634, Clemson, SC, 139, 84 Sivewright, Samuel Andrew, 1217 Parkins Mill Rd., Greenville, SC, 162 Skelton, Janet M., 169 Helen Dr., Rt. 5, Piedmont, SC, 140 Skinner, James, 1012 Sheringham Court, Kingsport, TN, 162 Skinner, Suzette Angela, 217 Hamil- ton Street, Williamston, SC, 162 Sloan, Candace Jill, 15 Drake Street, Pelzer, SC, 163 Smith, Angela Denise, Route 2 Box 393, Walhalla, SC, 163 Smith, Charles B., 105 Laurel Rd., Easley, SC Smith, Cynthia Gail, 216 Sumter Street, Anderson, SC, 163 Smith, Darryl Kelly, Route 1 Cobbs Way, Anderson, SC Smith, David Troy, 4 Riverwood Cir- cle, Greenville, SC Smith, Donna J., 5069 Draper St., N. Charleston, SC, 140, 163 Smith, Harleston Bart, Rt. 11 Shoals Condominium, Anderson, SC, 140 Smith, John Paschel, 207 South E., St., Easley, SC Smith, Julia Ann, Route 1 Box 225 A, Pelzer, SC Smith, Lisa Renee, 808 Magness Dr., Spartanburg, SC, 163 Smith, Margaret, Rt. 2 Box 204, Pelzer, SC, 140 Smith, Mark R., 314 Ervin St., Honea Path, SC, 140 Smith, Melissa Anne, 118 Sunset Drive, Mauldin, SC, 140 Smith, Nathan Scott, 104 Northway Drive, Easley, SC Smith, Randall Lewis, 506 Smith- more St., Anderson, SC. 140 Smith, Mrs. Sherry-Bookkeeper- 216 Sumter Street, Anderson, SC, 76 Smith, Tay Lori, Route 5 Box 129-S, Orangeburg, SC, 163 Snipes, Miss Ann-Admissions Counselor-Rt. 1, Pendleton, SC Snipes, Mrs. Blair (Bobbie)-Sec, Admissions-Rt. 1, Pendleton, SC, 72 Snipes, Daniel Reid, Route 1, Pend- leton, SC Snipes, Julia Lynn, Rt. 7 Box 197, Anderson, SC, 140 Snipes, Randall Joe, 724 Chestnut, Laurens, SC, 116 Snow, Penelope Anne, Route 1, Hemingway, SC, 163 Solesbee, Joseph Allen, 712 Parkins Mill Rd., Greenville, SC, 140 Sorrells, Peggy Sue, Route 6 Box 69, Seneca, SC, 163 Southerland, Brett Steven, 208 Bilt- more Dr., Easley, SC, 116, 140 Southerland, Lawrence M.- Chm. Div. of Health, P.E.-503 Hey- ward Rd., Anderson, SC, 98 Sparrow, Samuel F., Box 487, Lake City, SC, 141 Speaks, Barry James, 105 College St., Leesville, SC, 163 Speer, Larry Holman, 2411 W. Whitner St., Anderson, SC Spencer, Jeff Scott, 211 Devon Drive, Mauldin, SC Sprague, Dr. Stuart Russell-Re- ligion-801 Camfield Rd., Anderson, SC, 100 Sprouse, Nancy Annie, 224 Anita Drive, Spartanburg, SC, 163 Stackhouse, William Brett, 107 North Hill Road, Greenwood, SC Steen, Jeffery Allen, Rt. 3 Box 332, Lancaster, SC, 112, 149 Stegall, Susan Marie, 3903 Liberty Rd., Anderson, SC, 163 Stegall, Mrs. Horace (Pat)-IBM Sec-3903 Liberty Road-Anderson, SC, 79 Stephens, Dean Scott, 114 West Earle Street, Greenville, SC Stephens, Gary Dillard, Horsehoe Lane, Clinton, SC Stephens, Marcus Bradley, 114 W. Earle St., Greenville, SC, 163 Stephens, Neal Allen, 409 Johnson Dr., Dillon, SC, 141 Stevens, Gregory Scott, PO Box 331, Honea Path, SC, 163 Stevenson, Denise Ann, 1236 Hill- side Drive, Hanahan, SC, 163 Stevenson, Donny Ray, Rt. 3 Box 295, Seneca, SC, 163 Stewart, Charles K., 1 Balmoral Court, Greenville, SC, 116, 141 Stiles, Julie Beth, 3505 Boundbrook Lane, Columbia, SC, 2, 141 Stokes, Ora Michelle, PO Box 905, Florence, SC, 163 Stone, Jacquelyn S., Route 10 Quail Hollow, Anderson, SC Stone, Pamela Gay, Box 682, Cen- tral, SC, 163 Stone, Thomas Russell, Box 181, St. Matthews, SC, 163 Strickland, Glenda Rebecca, 1212 South Murray Avenue, Anderson, SC, 141 Strickland, Jo Allyson, 406 Boule- vard Northeast, Gainesville, GA, 163 Stringer, III, Andrew Fred, Route 8 Broadway Lake, Anderson, SC, 163 Strock, Charles Alan, Route 3 Box 369, Orangeburg, SC Stutt, Karen Faith, Route 2 Box 202, Roebuck, SC, 112, 163 Sullivan, Addie Annette, 807 Leon Dr., Anderson, SC, 141 Summey, Deborah Ann, 104 Beth Drive, Greenville, SC, 163 Swetenburg, III, John Richard, 931 Nottingham Road, Clinton, SC, 163 Swicegood, Lisa Caroline, 204 Vega Lane, Greer, SC, 64, 163 Swygert, Nancy B., PO Box 735 Dan- iel Dr., Leesville, SC, 141 Talmadge, Dr. Paul A.-V.P. Academic Dean-506 Allenby Rd., Anderson, SC, 70 Tanner, Kara Lynn, Rt. 3 Box 119, Hemingway, SC, 164 Taylor, Bill J.-V.P., Business Af- fairs-2705 Bellveiw Rd., Anderson, SC, 75 Taylor, Deborah Ann, Rt. 4 Box 204 A D, Sumter, SC, 164 Taylor, III, Edward Warren, 1000 Wisteria Drive, Florence, SC Taylor, James Bart, 209 Bonita Drive, Easley, SC Taylor, Michael Louis, Route 7 Box 677, Easley, SC, 164 Taylor, Michael Wayne, Rt. 2, Wil- liamston, SC, 164 Taylor, Nancy Nell, 2705 Bellview Rd., Anderson, SC, 141 Teague, Tavia, 3321 Vavcluse Rd., 181 Aiken, SC Temple, Elizabeth D., Liberty Hill Rd., Rfd. 3, Hartwell, GA, 141 Terry, Danny Lee, 407 Moultrie Square, Anderson, SC Thacker, Don Robert, 203 Rhodeha- ven Drive, Anderson, SC Theiling, Glen George, PO Box 5798, Walhalla, SC, 164 Thomas, Michael Bryant, 5814 East Lakeside Drive, Hanahan, SC Thomas, Steve Oliver, 202 Pine Street, Fort Mill, SC Thompson, Carolyn R., PO Box 604, Cameron, SC, 141 Thompson, Cheryl Denise, Route 1 Little Valley Dr., Piedmont, SC, 3, 164 Thompson, Denise J., 14 E. Fairview Gdns. Apts., Anderson, SC, 164 Thompson, Kimberly N., Route 1 Box 56, Seneca, SC, 164 Thompson, Lisa Ann, Route 10 Box 259, Anderson, SC Thompson, Robert Matthew, Route 8 Box 444, Anderson, SC, 164 Thompson, Stephen P., Ill South- wood Street, Anderson, SC, 141 Thorne, Mrs. Jas. H. (Eunice)- Sec, V.P., Student Dev.-Rt. 12, Box 482, Anderson, SC, 80 Thornton, Deborah Lee, 4105 Aloha Dr., Anderson, SC Tillinghast, David London, 136 Wig- ington Street, Clemson, SC Tillison, Britta Jewel, Brairgate Apts. 119, Columbia, SC, 142 Tilton, Billy Brian, Route 3 Box 360, Andrews, SC, 164 Timmerman, Deborah B., Route 4, Abbeville, SC, 164 Timms, Keith Delbert, 310 River Street, Belton, SC, 164 Tinsley, Erik Gregory, 237 Kings- way, Clemson, SC Tinsley, Leslie C, 1816 Sharonwood Lane, Rock Hill, SC, 142 Tinsley, Mitzi Ann, Rt. 1 Cathey Rd., Anderson, SC Tisdale, Susan Marie, 710 Parkside Dr., N. Charleston, SC, 142 Todd, Jr., Grover E., 14 Queen Anne Rd., Greenville, SC, 142 Tolbert, Robert Reames, 29 Doncas- ter Road, Cherry Hill, NJ Tompkins, Joni Elizabeth, 211 Bon- ita Drive, Easley, SC, 142 Toms, John G., 415 Carolina Avenue, Shelby, NC, 104 Towe, James Randal, Route 1, Six Mile, SC Towell, Deborah Anne, 101 Straw- berry Lane, Clemson, SC, 142 Townsend, Angelislia, PO Box 262, Holly Hill, SC Townsend, Ann Elizabeth, 807 North Marlboro St., Bennettsville, SC, 164 Trapp, Sallie H., 809 Antlers Drive, Sumter, SC, 164 Tribble, Ila Joyce, 613 Holly Hill, Anderson, SC, 164 Tribble, Dr. Marshall K.-Sociolo- gy-613 Holly Hill Drive, Anderson, sC Triplett, Sherry Ann, Route 2 Box 71, Boone, NC, 164 Tritt, Terry M. -Resident Advisor- Box 4-C Anderson College, Ander- son, SC, 84 Trotter, Eva Gail, Rt. 7 Box 277, Piedmont, SC, 164 Truluck, John Madison, 2581 Spring Valley, Cr., Orangeburg, SC, 164 Tucker, Cheryl Lee, 1 E. Le Chateau Apts., Anderson, SC, 142 Tucker, Michael L., 503 Jeb Stuart Avenue, Anderson, SC Tumbleston, Deanna Lynne, Rt. 1 Box 384, Edisto Island, SC, 142 Tumblin, Terri Lynn, Route 3 Box 297, Fountain Inn, SC, 164 Turner, Regena M., Rt. 1 Link Drive, Pendleton, SC, 164 Turner, Rosanne, 177 Eastbrook Drive, Woodruff, SC, 3, 8, 164 Tyler, James Michael, 500 Wildwood Drive, Anderson, SC, 164 Vandeusen, Leon Pieterson, Box 528, Kingstree, SC Vaughan, J. Renee, Box 724 Ben Hil- da Dr., Seneca, SC, 142 Vaughan, Jennifer Lynn, Route One, Pelzer, SC, 164 Verbeck, Linda Leigh, 106 Claren- don Drive, Anderson, SC Vermillion, Nancy Ann, Route 1, Starr, SC Veronee, Kimberly K., 931 Paul Re- vere Ct., Charleston, SC, 142 Vickers, Bobbie Jo, 745 Tallwood Rd., Charleston, SC, 142 Vinson, Janet Gwyn, 1220 Taylors Road, Taylors, SC VonHasseln, John Henry-Chm., History Pol. Sc-1102 W. Whitner Street, Anderson, SC, 94 Wade, John Eric, Route 1, Greer, SC, 164 Wade, Tracy Annette, Route 6 Box 561, Seneca, SC Waldron, Frances Ann, 402 Pine Street, Clinton, SC Waldron, Glenn T., 402 Pine Street, Clinton, SC Waldrop, Donald Frank, Route 2, Gray Court, SC Wall, Mark H., 536 Drayton Cr., An- derson, SC, 142 Wallace, Bill Laval, Route 2 Bay- shore Estates, Seneca, SC Wallace, Wendy Gaye, 1307 E. Cleveland St., Dillon, SC, 143 Walker, Dr. Brena B. (John)- English, Journalism-208 Hobson Road, Anderson, SC, 64, 92 Walters, James Scott, Tanglewood Apt. 11 B, Anderson, SC Walters, Phyllis Lynn, Rt. 13 Box 123 McGill Rd., Anderson, SC Ward, Kelly Barbara, Rt. 10 Peach Valley, Spartanburg, SC Ward, Steven Kenneth, Route 3 Box 485, Piedmont, SC Wardlaw, Deborah Jean, Route 9 Box 2676, Anderson, SC Ware, Susan Ann, 405 Pearl Drive, Easley, SC, 143 Warnick, Craig Trent, 706 Cypress Lane, Anderson, SC Warren, Ansel Howard, 114 Karen Drive, Clemson, SC Watkins, John Frank, 4013-91st Ave- nue, Landover, MD, 104 Watkins, William Keith, Box 344, Li- berty, SC, 112 Watson, Thomas Steuart, Route 4, Easley, SC Way, Julie Ann, Rt. 2 Box 8 B, Bow- man, SC Way, III, Lewis Wilfred, Route 3 Box 44, Orangeburg, SC Weathers, Jacqueline L., 124 Hill- crest Circle, Belton, SC Weathers, Teresa L., Rt. 1 Bowen Rd., Anderson, SC Weaver, Diana J., 206 Highland Ave., Hartwell, GA, 143 Weeks, Hugh A.-Dir., Men ' s Res. Living-500 College Avenue, Ander- son, sC, 81 Weeks, Timothy Neal, 22 Ware Street, Ware Shoals, SC Weir, Valerie D., 534 Salem Street, Anderson, SC Welborn, James Robert, Route 1, Pendleton, SC, 116 Welborn, Mrs. J.C. (Frances)-Li- 182 brary Asst., Rt. 1, Pendleton, SC Welborn, Sara Deirdre, Route 1 Highway 81, Anderson, SC Welborn, Susan G., Rt. 5 Woodland Dr., Pickens, SC, 143 West, J. Anderson, Rt. 1 Box 208 B, Greenwood, SC, 143 West, Mrs. Billy R. ( Betty )-Mgr. Bookstore-Rt. 10, Box 135, Ander- son, SC, 76 West, Janis Gertrude, PO Box 68, Bowman, SC, 166 West, William D., Rt. 1 Box 290, Abbeville, SC, 143 West, Jr., William F.-English-6-D Country Club Apts., Anderson, SC, 93 Westbury, Wilma June, 703 Parkside Dr., N. Charleston, SC Weston, Albert Donald, Rt. 3 Box 155, Hopkins, SC, 104 Westmoreland, Mrs. J.H. (Sara)- PBX Operator-400 Fairha- ven Dr., Taylors, SC, 77 Whaley, Claude G., Route 5 State Park Road, Greenville, SC Whaley, Thayer Luanne, 1224 For- estwood Drive, Charleston, SC, 166 Wharton, Lynne Brooks, 100 West Queen Ann Road, Greenville, SC, 166 White, Cynthia Gayle, Route 3 Box 360, Piedmont, SC, 166 White, David L., 2610 Kensington Court, Anderson, SC White, Deno L., Rt. 1 Box 491 G, Lyman, SC White, Elizabeth L., 9536 Iredell Road, Richmond, VA, 166 White, Robin Kathleen, 318 Corning Street, Anderson, SC Whitesides, Sandra Hare, 124 Wood- land Drive, Chester, SC, 166 Whitlow, Dr. Jimmy D.-Psycholo- gy Counselor-3005 Little Creek Drive, Anderson, SC, 74, 99 Whitman, Angela Marie, 200 B Street, Anderson, SC, 166 Whitmire, Janice Gale, Rt. 1, Pend- leton, SC, 166 Whittington, Kitty Bernice, 1009 West Poinsett St., Greer, SC, 166 Wilder, Donna Renee, Rt. 4 Box 7, Manning, SC, 143, 94 Wilder, Samuel Carson, 217 Crepe Myrtle Court, Greenville, SC, 166 Wiles, Mary Kathleen, Star Rt. 5 Box 276, Beaufort, SC, 14 3 Wiley, Stephen F., Rt. 4, Abbeville, SC, 143 Williams, Angela Denise, 424 Stark Street, Anderson, SC Williams, David Michael, 103 Hor- ton Street, Greenville, SC Williams, Diane Eliz., Green Valley Estates, Greenville, SC, 166 Williams, George Russell, Route 6 Sanders Drive, Anderson, SC Williams, Helen E., Rt. 4 Box 44 A, Greenville, SC, 143 Williams, Lewis Pringle, Box 88, La- vonia, GA, 166 Williams, Lisa Lynn, PO Box 784, Greenwood, SC, 166 Williams, Robert E., PO Box 1178, Greenwood, SC, 144 Williams, Stephen A., 407 South Cherry Street, Seneca, SC, 166 Williams, Terry Ann, PO Box 406, Granite Falls, NC, 166 Williams, Jr., Vannie, Rt. 3 Box 21 A, Saluda, SC, 109, 144 Williams, Vickie E., Rt. 1 Box 32 A-9, York, Sc, 144 Williamson, Lori Lee, 2003 Fenwick Way, Anderson, SC Williamson, Nigel Andrew, 26 A Country Club, Anderson, SC, 166 Willis, III, John M.-Dir. of Commu- nications-2799 Echo Trail-Anderson, SC, 78 Wilson, Ann Burgess, 323 Old Georgetown Rd., Manning, SC, 144 Wilson, Deborah Jean, PO Box 995, Seneca, SC, 144 Wilson, Eleanor D., 108 Julian Ct, Easley, SC, 166 Wilson, Jimmie C, Route 2, Honea Path, SC Wilson, Linda Marie, Rt. 2 Box 131 Tamassee Dr., Seneca, SC, 166 Wilson, Mark Kendal, Route One, Belton, SC Wilson, Robert Bradley, 813 Regents Drive W., Mobile, AL Wilson, Sheri Denise, 317 Corning Street, Anderson, SC Winchester, Mark Daniel, Route 4 Pine Lane, Pickens, SC, 166 Winchester, Mary Robin, PO Box 89, Townville, SC, 166 Wise, George E., 109 Anne Park, Sumter, SC, 144 Witherspoon, Hubert Craig, 111 Sherwood Drive, Conway, SC Woodruff, Patricia Ann, 1260 Ashe- ville, Hwy., Spartanburg, SC, 144 Woodson, Gisela Anna, 226 Ponce De Leon Drive, Anderson, SC Wooten, Deborah E., Box 124, Pend- leton, SC, 166 Wooten, Mrs. Charles A., (Marga- ret)-English-Rt. 10, Box 7K, Ander- son, SC, 93 Wooten, Mrs. Wm. C. (Susan)-Art (P.T.)-Box 246, Pendleton, SC, 89 Wright, Cynthia R., 10 School Street, Williamston, SC Wright, Deborah Green, Route 1, Belton, SC, 194 Wright, Harry B., Rt. 11 Box 129, Anderson, SC Wright, Miss Susan Leigh-Stu. Act. Dir. (P.T.) and Res. Advisor-112 Robin Street, Clemson, SC, 82, 84 Wyatt, Sheila Arlene, Route 1 Box 393 A, Williamston, SC, 166 Wyman, III, John Frampton, Box 683, Anderson, SC Wynn, Jonas Eugene, 816 Connor Avenue, Hendersonville, NC, 104 Yockel, Jr., Vincent M., Box 293, Batesburg, SC, 166 Youngblood, Ray Fontaine, 106 North Avenue, Anderson, SC Zedick, Mary Frances, 5611 Russell Road, Durham, NC, 144 Index AC Beauties 21-23 Admissions 72 Alumni Day 20 Athletic Depl. 86.87 Bands ■10. 51 Basketball 104-109 Bell Players 50 Black Awareness 55 Business Administrator 75-77 Campus Ministries 28. 29. -14-48 Cheer Leaders 112 Christmas First Night 24. 25 Circle K 53 Classes 89-101 Class Pictures 120-166 Columns 60.63 Commercial Club 54 Counseling Center 74 Dean ' s Cup 26, 27 Public Relations 78. 79 Directory 170-183 Editor ' s Page 184 Gamma Beta Phi 41 Graduation 16-19 lntramurals 113-117 Ivy Leaves 59 Library 73 Maintenance 88 Night Classes 168-169 Omicron Iota Kappa 42, 43 Pageant Wagon Players 56. 57 Pep Club 52 Phi Thela Kappa 40 President 68 Registrar 71 Security 88 Student Development 80-85 S.G.A. 32-39. 58 Tennis 110. Ill Trustees 69 Vice-Pres. Academic Dean 70 183 Well, the book is finally fin- ished! It ' s time to give all of my thanks and gratitude to the many who helped make this book possible. This yearbook was quite dif- ficult to put together for a lot of reasons. First, this is the first year that the Columns is going to have a supplement to the yearbook. In order to get a sup- plement, the deadlines had to be pushed way ahead of what they have normally been. Therefore, a lot of activities were left out completely or not represented very well in this book. They will, however, be covered thoroughly in the sup- plement. Other difficulties in- cluded a very unorganized edi- tor, some shuffling of photogra- phers, some broken cameras, and a very hectic year. I would like to thank my staff of brave souls who fought the storm and helped me until all odd hours of the night. Thanks to Mrs. Mary Shooter for put- ting up with a wacky staff like ours and for sweating it out through deadlines. Thanks to Mr. Dick Franklin, Mrs. Eunice Thome, Mr. John Willis, Mrs. Cathy Sams, and Mr. Claude Saleeby for services beyond the call of duty. I want to thank my friends, my sister, Diane; my roommate, Cindy Benton, for helping me out in emergencies and for putting up with an ill editor. Special thanks go to Petra, who had to hear all of my com- plaints and who patiently helped me out in deadlines by writing copy. Most of all, thanks to all of you who helped by cooperating with the staff. I sincerely hope you like this book. It has a lot of hard work and long hours-not only by me, but by the helping hands of many. This book is for you and by you. Thanks for helping me give you a book that will hold many memories. Editor, Columns Debbie Derrick 184 Editor ' s Page

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