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Amidlitf M@ofc Wife Title Page 1 Lillibet White concentrates on outwitting her opponent in the backgammon tournament. Did someone just tell them that the incinora- tor is just down the hall and to the right? 1 Content Conlenl 3 • 4 lntroduction GETTING INVOLVED WITH lntroduction 5 6 Student Ln Sludenl I i| ( . 7 Boredom Breaker Fun Day, held September 7 on the Intramural Field, was just that — FUN! Various units from the mens ' and worn- ens ' dorms gathered to chug down Pepsi, inhale a pie, and run an obstacle course — blindfolded! Other events in- cluded the sack and three-legged races, a " shave-your-partner " relay, an egg- blowing contest, and egg toss, plus more. Every unit that participated was awarded Dean ' s Cup points. Fun Day was a great way to get the students ' minds off of studying and on to FUN! Scott Lenning receives help with his morning shave from Brian Perry- David Lingerfelt tries to go one way while Jim Harper tries to go in the other direction. Wendy Kay and Delia Newton experience a first — shaving their faces. 8 Fun Day Margaret Carmichael and Janet Corbett discover that three legs are better than two. Blindfolded Gwen Beale searches for her older Tommy Lynch announces the next event of Fun sister, Cathy Beale during Fun Day activities. Day I un I l.n ' I " This is a really snappy party. " some students seemed to be saying. Mr. Richard Franklin (r) and Dr. Stuart Sprague greet a former Anderson College student. Dino Lancianese 10 President ' s Reception President ' s Reception — Beginning New Year A great way for students, especially freshmen, to get to know faculty, ad- ministration, and other students was provided in the form of the President ' s Reception. The annual event took place at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ray Rust August 21. Connie Branch and the cafeteria staff supplied excellent refreshments. The students who attended the Presi- dent ' s reception went away not only with full stomachs, but with new confi- dence to start a challenging year at An- derson College. Is it the punch or the candid camera that is pro- ducing those fantastic smiles? Looks like a real ping pong tournament of a con versation. doesn ' t it? President ' s Reception I 1 Show Stoppers The Student Talent Show held in late September was a genuine success. Many people contributed to the produc- tion which was sponsored by the Social Board Coffeehouse Committee. Each participant should be congratulated for the excellent performances rendered. Kay Love was excellent as the master of ceremonies. The student body should be proud of the abundance of talent found at Anderson. The acts ranged from a creative dance by Kim Fortune and Donna Ful- bright, to a comedy monologue by Bill Horvath, to a melody of classical music performed on the piano by Keith Timms. Many beautiful songs enjoyed by all included " What I did For Love " by Beth McFaddin, " Out On My Own " by Frances Anderson, " I Quietly Turn To You " by Vickie Ray, and Sheila Bea- cham ' s rendition of " We ' ve Only Just Begun. " Other headliners were " If " and " The Way We Were " by George Hall, " Little Flowers " by Todd Robertson, " Touch Me In The Morning " by Kathy Mathis, and Dana Clayton ' s and Lorie Garcia ' s lively performance of " New York, Mew York. " Two other crowd pleasers were " Endless Love " by Kim Garrison and Myron Duncan, and Todd Hadley who sang " Sail On " while play- ing the guitar and who for an encore presentation sang " Free Bird. " Each contestant was a winner for consenting to participate. The S.G.A. Social Board should also be commend- ed on the success of the program. An derson students, in turn, gave a very healthy turnout and were receptive to each performance. Some freshman are eager to get into the swing of things, as Sheila Beacham demonstrates with a performance of " We ' ve Only Just Begun " ! Dana Clayton, complete with costume, adds some spice to the talent show as she performs " Mew York, Mew York " with friend Lorie Garcia. Kim Garrison joined Myron Duncan in singing " Endless Love " after Carolyn Carpenter became I2 Talent Show Todd Robertson sings " Little Flowers " , a lighth earted inspirational song overflowing with advice to live by. Accompanying himself on the guitar. Todd Had ley performs one of the Commodores ' big hits, " Sail On. " A large audience, anxiously crowded together in Merritt Auditorium, expresses pleasant reactions to the amateur talent Talent Show 13 KTHftQ,,, SONCO Breakthrough — the Christian Wilder- ness Learning Experience at Anderson College allows students to follow Mo- ses, Elijah, David, John the Baptist, and Jesus in search of personal growth, preparation, and renewal. In the wilderness, students are tested spiritually, socially, mentally, and phys- ically. Some experiences include camping and canoeing on the Hiawasee River, Tennessee on September 11-12, back- packing, rapelling, and climbing at Looking Glass Mountain in the Pisgah National Forest near Brevard, North Carolina, September 25-27, completing an awesome obstacle course in the Wolfcreek Wilderness in the mountains of North Georgia October 24, climbing Looking Glass Mountain and Devil ' s Courthouse in North Carolina Novem- ber 5-8, and cross-country snow skiing and rafting second semester. Chaplain Sandy Kidd and Dr. Jim Whitlow organize the programs with the help of co-chairpersons Angela Duncan and Ricky Johnson. Tammy Pyler seems to be looking for an easier way through Scott Lenning is trying to find out if Spiderman is really able to scale skyscrapers Mary Mitchell seems to think a quiet rest at this huge tree branch would be ideal 14 Breakthrough Sheryl McKinney describes the fun and adventure of Breakthrough trips to new students. These Breakthrough participants carefully examine the height of the cliff before beginning their climb " = r J Malcolm Cary holds tightly to his ropes as he rappels down the side of a mountain Chaplain Kidd and Dr Whitlow skillfully guide their canoe through the rapid waters Ui. ' .ikthi. .u.jli IS Michael Hawn ministered to AC through his inspi rational songs. Spiritual Growth Christian Emphasis Week provided spiritual growth and maturity for all stu- dents and faculty who participated. Held the week of September 28 through October 2, 1981, Christian Emphasis Week included these activities: prayer breakfasts, evening prayer meetings, morning and evening worships, and Celebrations. Many of these activities were student-led. Ken Medema, singer and pianist, performed on the AC cam- pus. Other guests were Julian Cave and Michael Hawn. Christian Emphasis Week was set up and directed by Cha- plin Sandy Kidd. Julian Cave, pastor of St John ' s Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, led all of the morning Chapel services. f$ r? 16 Christian Emphasis Donna Hart listens intently as Julian Cave brings the message. Ken Medema. a blind singer, composer, and pia- nist, gave a very touching concert at one of the services. The crowd that came to hear Ken Medema sing, was very pleased by his message through song. Christian Emphasib 17 Miss A.C. — Peggy Harling Roses and a crown for a very special lady — Miss AC. Peggy Harling. Miss A.C. Peggy Harling gives an Anderson Col lege smile. The 1981-82 Miss A.C. Peggy Harling 18 Miss AC Margaret Byrd and Kelly Haulbrook pose on either side of Peggy Harling. Dean Franklin gives Peggy Harling a congratulatory kiss Sheryl McKinney. former Miss AC. places the crown on Peggy Harling while Lorrie Orbann looks on. Miss A.C. I9 Miss Sophomore — Margaret Byrd Margaret Byrd was named Miss Sophomore. Dean Franklin hands Margaret Byrd a bouquet of roses. 20 Miss Sophomore Miss Freshman — Kelly Haulbrook Kelly Haulbrook was named Miss Freshman y ih l " ' — L Dean Franklin gives Kelly Haulbrook her roses. Miss Freshman 21 Sophomore Beauties Wendy Kay Delaine Wilson 22 Sophomore Beauties Sophomore Beauties Lorrie Orbann Thayer Whaley Sophomore Beauties 23 Freshman Beauties Gwen Beale Dana Clayton Jan Farr 24 Freshmen Beauties Freshmen Beauties Kelly Ozmint Teresa Spartman Freshmen Beauties, 23 Christmas Dance The crowning of Miss A.C. was the highpoint of the Christmas dance. The [National Guard Armory was decorated by the social board for the grand even- ing. The group Mainstream provided the music lending the right atmosphere for the students to dance the night away. Paula Sullivan and Brad Bell enjoy the music provided by Mainstream Debbie Hayes and Scott Rogers dance the night away Stuart Watson and Janet Schmitt take a break from the dance floor. 26 Dance A member of the band sings one of the many songs performed. Is this the little drummer boy? Another member of the band performs to perfection Janice Cothran and Jud Fleming find the dance very amusing. Dance 27 Christmas First Night The first weekend in December at An derson College started the Christmas season. Christmas portions of the Mes- siah were sung and a dramatic program was held. The lighting of the Yule Log by Dr. Rust got all the students in the Christmas spirit. Several hours were set aside for open dorms after the students had decorated the halls. Dr. Rust lights the Yule Log. Stockings were hung by the chimney with care How about some punch served by the R.A. ' s 28 First Might Twas The Night Before Christmas Some members of the senate put on the production of " Twas the night before Christmas . " Santa Claus is led on stage by his favorite reindeer. First Night 29 Remember When 30 Candids IP ' 1 l Candids 3I 32 Sports Division 1981-82 Lady Trojan Basketball The 1981-82 Lady Trojans basketball team consisted of eleven girls. All of these girls worked together and formed an outstanding competitive team. Again they were under the leadership of Coach Frankie Porter, who always does a suc- cessful job. We congratulate each of these girls for another fine Trojan sea- son. Coach Porter gives some of the Lady Trojans a pep talk before an upcoming game. Left to right: Paulette Powers, Dee Dee Morris, Cindy Simmons. Roslyn Martin. Joyce Gladden, Wilma Lawton, Ellen Gifford, Sandra Wallace, Sherri Wallis, Loraine Ellis, Sonja Smith, Patsy Hawkins, Tonie Edwards, and Coach Frankie Porter. 34 Girls Basketball Dee Dee Morris and Toni Edwards work very hard for a Trojan Victory, Patsy Hawkins prepares for another layup Girls Basketball 35 The Lady Trojans Toni Edwards Loraine Ellis Joyce Gladden Patsy Hawkins Roslyn Martin Dee Dee Morris , 1 4 W % 5 :- I 36 Girls Basketball Paulette Powers Cindy Simmons Girls Basketball 37 A.C. Men ' s Basketball THE 1982 TROJANS (left to right): Mark Jackson, Todd Sanders, Myron Snype, Al Sheppard, John Goodale, Steve Calhoun, Mark Galther, Vince Mason. Glenn Corbit, Pat illy, Gordon Corbit. Barry Oliver, Mark Edwards 38 Mens Basketball Trojans Were Supported By A.C The crowd watches on as the trojans display that AC ability LorrieOrbann, Bobby Edwards, and Peggy Harling sing out the trojan fight song. Mens Basketball 39 The 1981-82 Men ' s Basketball Team is should be commended for their perse- verance. After a slow start in November the team began the new year on a win- ning note. The Trojans took on some of the most outstanding basketball teams around, making a name for themselves. These men played under the leadership of Coach John Edwards. Mark Edwards dunks the ball. Trojans Proved To Be Successful 40 Men ' s Basketball Trojans Do It Again Tear them up Trojans. And Again! A free throw for the Trojans. Men ' s Basketball 41 A.C. Men ' s Tennis Team Tennis Team (L to R) Greg Panis, Dhruv Rathod, Rick Krass, Glenn Fogerty, Mark Henry, Chris Capps, Freddie Rosenkampff, Tony Forgarty, Coach Jim Boykin. The 1981-82 men ' s Trojan tennis team had several freshmen members. They were: Tony Fogarty, Rick Krass, Greg Panis, and Chris Capps. During the fall the team had weekend matches that Coach James Boykin considered a learning experience. Coach Boykin ' s team had several individual acheive- ments. Mark Henry at every game made it to the quarter and semifinals. Freddie Rosenkampff had a very good h at Davidson. Mark Henry and Glenn Fo- gerty amazed the crowds when they played doubles. All team members should be commended on their good grade point averages they had during the season. Their first real game was held February the ninth at Clemson. Coach Jim Boykin 42 Men ' s Tennis Team Greg Panis displays one of his famous backhands. Following through on a return, Dhruv Rathod is Rick Krass displays the old AC. sportsmanship. caught by the camera. Tony Fogarty works hard to improve his fore- hand. The ball never passes Glenn Fogerty Mark Henry amazes the crowd with another of his backhands After returning a serve Freddie Rosenkampff re turns another ball Chris Capps returns another ball Men ' s Tennis 43 A.C. Womens Tennis Team Women ' s Tennis Team. (L to R): Frances Anderson, Miriam Hills, Tracy Langston, Kim Thompson. Kitty Kennedy, Margaret Carmichael. Not only did the season of spring bring warm weather and flowers, but it brought along the 1982 A.C. women ' s tennis team. They were coached by Frankie Porter. The only returning play- er was Kim Thompson. 44 Women ' s Tennis Miriam Hills uses one of her forehand drives. Tracy Langston displays the winning move on the court Kitty Kennedy works very hard to win. Kim Thompson returns a serve Frances Anderson bits into another return Margaret Carmichael returns a pop fly Women ' s Tennis Team 45 Soccer Team This was the second year for the A.C. soccer club. The sponsor was Mr. John Willis. Team captains were Eddie Griffin and David Lingerfelt. The soccer club had a 2-3 season in the fall. Members of the club were Tad Cook, Tony Erwin, Eddie Griffin, David Linger- felt, Ben Hill, and Mark Pitts The soccer team works toward a victory. V« K Way to go TROJANS 46 Soccer The Soccer Team celebrates a victory. The Soccer Team enjoys a hearty feast. Soccer 47 Trojan Volleyball Goes Undefeated Anderson College had a volleyball team that it could really be proud of. They were undefeated in their regular season with a record of 8 and 0. In the post season tournament the team walked away with the first place, as the champions in the Anderson Recreation Tournament. Coach Ed Bettem was the driving force behind the players: Torrie Callaway, Cathy Ellis, Deborah Evans, Glenda Home, Marlou Jordan, Anne Madden, Karen McConnell, Suzette Skinner, Cathi Smith, and Susan Styles. Susan Styles (r) and Suzette Skinner (I) play a defensive game. Coach Ed Bettem checks the roster Marlou Jordan (I) and Cathy Ellis (r) volley the ball 48 Volleyball Kneeling — left to right Anne Madden. Marlou Jordon. Glenda Home, Standing — left to right: Cathi Smith. Susan Styles. Suzette Skinner. Ah son Evans, and Coach Ed Bettem. Coach Bettem aids Cathy Ellis Cathi Smith bumps the ball Vnllevh.lll .1-1 Cheerleaders The 1981-82 Anderson College cheer- leaders were the best yet. They spent a great deal of hard work at practices which met every day until well into the season. The team divided into two squads so that they could attend all the basketball games, though midway through the season the team divided into freshmen and sophomore group- ings. The cheerleaders were led by girls ' captain Peggy Harling and co-captain Cheryl James; boys ' captain Stuart Watson and co-captain Ben Brooks. Peg- gy Harling summed up the success of the cheerleaders by saying " I feel that the squad as a whole is looking great. Everyone is working hard and putting forth a lot of time and effort. " Trojan cheerleaders: Terrie Burkett, Ann De Venny. Cheryl James, Wendy Kay, floor level; Karen Stutt. Mac Taylor, Joey Eaden, Evie McAlister and George Hall the Trojan. Trojan cheerleaders: standing — Steve Cooper, Wayne Drost. Bobby Edwards. Ben Brooks, David Lingerfelt. girls — Nancy Hendrix, Lori Orbann, Dana Swinford, Peggy Harling, Millie McLaine, and Kelly Haulbrook, Kneelin — Dusty Houk. the Trojan, and Dugger Rimmer. 50 Cheerleaders a no j ►. »t Trojan cheerleaders: John McAulay, David Ward. Joey Eaden, Stuart Watson, Tommy Lynch. Mac Taylor; girls — Ann DeVenny. Wendy Kay. Terri Burkett. Cheryl James. Evie McAhster. Karen Stutt. and George Hall the Trojan The Trojan — Dusty Houk ft 4 4 Lori Orbann and Bobby Edwards cheer at one of the A.C home games. Dana Swinford. Nancy Hendrix. standing — Dugger Rim mer. Steve Cooper, Kelly Haulbrook. and Wayne Drost. sit ting — the Trojan — Dusty Houk i hecrliMilns ' ' I v: -.. ' oJSSsl M X ' W ffl 52 Classes .,■■-. ■ ■.■■■ ' ' ■• mm Cldsses 53 Sophomores Kelly Addis Tim Agnew Gina Albert! Monica Allen Julia Baker Mark Bauck Jerry Bedenbaugh Chris Biggers 54 Classes Terry Blackwell Jamie Blanton Jennifer Boekmke Melinda Boggs Brenda Borgschulte Brian Bowen Kelly Bowen Ray Brady Classes 55 Cormthia Brewton Susan Bridges Terri Brooks Richard Broome Amy Brown Linda Jo Brown James R. Bryant Karen Burton Julie Byrd 56 Classes Margaret Byrd Nick Caldwell Chip Callaham Tori Calloway Lori Cameron Margaret Carmichael Allison Camn Malcolm K. Cary Classes 57 Jeff Childress Gwen Christie Jimi Clark Dee Clinkscales Cindy Collins Janet Collins Carol Conwell Jeff Cook 58 Classes Janet Corbett John Cothran Cary Cox Harnett Cox Brenda Creswell Leah Cromer Tim Dabney Beth Davenport Classes 59 Jane Davis Clair Derrick Anne Devenny Tim Dellard Wayne Drost Angela Duncan Alan Dutschke Sylvia Edwards 60 Classes Mark Ellison Melissa Ellison Laurie Evans Roger Fields Jane Finley Eddie Fortner Jay Fraley heal Getsinger Classes 61 Joy Gibson Todd Gillespie Lisa Girardeau Davy Glissan Tonja Goff Leigh Galphin Sheila Gore Patricia Gray 62 Classes Warren Greene Melinda Griffin Robert Grimm Debbie Gurley Jim Halbrook Terry Hammond Linda B. Hardy Peggy Harhncj Classes 63 Jim Harper Pam Harrell Lesia Hart Cindy Hawkins Kathy Mae Hawkins Jennifer Hayes Sandra Heard Teri Henderson 64 Classes Lee Hendnx Benjamin Hill Catherine Hodge Chris Holland Jack Holland Rene Holley Ritter Honeycutt Donnelle Hopkins Classes 65 Donna Horger Glenda Home Bill Horvath Rick Howell Alisa Hughes Carole Hunter Rhonda Husky Kim Hydrick 66 Classes Alma Jackson Andrea Johnson Lynn Jordan Marlou Jordan Wendy Kay Marsha Keaton Kimberly Kelly Kitty Kennedy Classes 67 Tammy Keown Richard King Kathy Labrador Joan Lackey Maria Lancianese David Land Lisa Landreth Brenda Latham 68 Classes Renee Laughter Leisa Lawless Melinda Lawrence Scott Lenning John Libenrood Deana Lindsay h David Lingerfelt Kay Love Classes 69 Cindy Lynch Tommy Lynch Barbara Lyons Gina Madden Mike Malkiewicz Brenda Martin Lizzie Martin 70 Classes Roslyn Martin Robin L Massingale Sam Matthews John McAulay Sam McClain Allison McCrary Mary McCurry Jackie McDaniel Classes 71 Beth McFaddin Whitney McGill Sharon McKinney Sheryl McKinney Amy McLane Daneen McLane Millie McLane Joye Mears 72 Classes Paula Medlin Mary Mitchell Susan Mitchell Shane Moody Ashley L. Moore Deborah Morris Denise Morris Lynne Morton Classes 73 Rick Mustin Mary Myers Susan Myzell Tonya Mash Mike Nations Ted hissen Kevyn Olive Lome Orbann 74 Classes Lisa Orr Celeste Owens Tina Owing Phil Pickens Kathy Pittman Mark Pitts Pam Plummer Tami Plyler Classes 75 Doug Purcell Jane Reid Pam Reynolds Cecilia Rice Cynthia D. Rice Dee Ann Rich Terry Rtchburg Dugger Rimmer 76 Classes Lynn Rivers Cathy Roberds Michelle Robertson Stewart Robinson Lisa Rogers Kenny Rowland Kelly Rozier Rene Salines Classes 77 Laura Scott Liz Seale Lisa Sharpe Kim Shealy Debra Simmons Marcus Simpson Curtis Skinner Suzette Skinner 78 Classes Jill Sloan Angle Smith Ann Smith Cindy Smith Dan Snipes Nancy Sprouse Glenda Strickland Karen Stutt Classes 79 Debbie Summey James Taylor Micheal W. Taylor Cheryl D. Thompson Denise Thompson Kim Thompson Patrick Thompson Robert M. Thompson 80 Classes Keith Timms Joy Tribble John Truluck Michael Tucker Lorrie Tumblin Rosanne Turner Gwyn Vinson Fran A Waldron Classes 81 Steve Ward Keith Watkins Jacqueline Weathers Deedy Welborn Thayer Whaley Cindy White Lillibet White Diane Williams I A 82 Classes Delaine Wilson Jimmie Wilson Linda Wilson Robert Wilson Mark Winchester Robin Winchester Shelia Wyatt Mike Yockel Classes 83 Freshmen Musa Adams Thomas S Agnew Ken Alexander Mary Allen Sue Ann Allen Carla Anderson Cindy Anderson Cindy Anderson Francis Anderson Darryl G Andrews Ashley Asbill Janice Ashley Todd Atkinson Jon August Denise Azzarito Martin Babb Scott Ball Sonja Barker Joe Barr Melanie Barrett Donna Batson Teresa Baylor Charlene Brasly Paula Bryant 84 Classes Sheila Beacham Cathy Beale Gwen Beale Michael Beasley William J. Berry Stephanie Bessinger Tom Bibb Chris Blackston Allyson Blair Regina Bolt Tricia Boudoucies Fred Braswell Lisa Bridges Mike Briggs Ricky Brock Vinny Brock Teresa Brooks Ronald Brookshire Mike Brown Phillip Brown Jackie Brownlee Marilyn Burdette Terri Burkett Darlene Burns ■ I. ISM-, M ' l Janet Burns Mary Busbin Gina Byers Kevin Byrd Cherry Calvert Carla D. Campbell Keith Campbell Carolyn Carpenter Stacey Carter Louis Carver Tanya Cater Ira Champion Mike Ciesla Debbie Clardy Jim Clark Rebecca Clark Susan Claudy Dana Clayton Kris Cogdill Deborah Colbert Tad Cook Tracy Cook Tammy Cooley Tony Cooley 86 Classes Steve Cooper Joan Conner Allen Corbett Paula Cothran Becky Cox David W. Cox Rebecca Craig Edie Craine Dana Cromer Karen Crowe Scott Cudd Jim Dallery Leslie Dalton Belinda Daniel Maria Davenport Debbie Davis Priscilla Davis Chiquita Dawson Teresa Dean Barry Derrick Kevin Derrick Jeff Dewinkler Sonya Dixon Lynn Dover Classes 87 Jodi Dudash Jimmy Dukes Myron Duncan Maureen L. Dunn Chip Durham Arthur Dwight Vivian Dyer George Eaterlin David Edmonds Bobby Edwards Donna Edwards Chip Eleazer Betty Ellis Cathy Ellis Anne Elrod Lesley Elrod Teresa Elrod David A. Estes Dorothy Ethridge Tommy Eubanks Alison Evans Nathan Farmer Jan Farr Tony Farr 88 Classes Kelli Fender Missi Ficklin Jud Fleming Mitch Floyd Janice Fortson Kim Fortune Tom Freeland Jeanne Freeman Lynn Freeman Melody Freeman Tina Freeman Meg Fretwell Robin Fricks Donna Fulbright Mark Gaither Lorie Garcia Kim Garrison Will Garrison Kim Gibson Dodie Gleaton John Goodale George Gore Jeffery S. Gray Kelly Gregory Classes 89 Cathey Gressette David Gromelski Todd Hadley Kelly Hammond Robin Harbin Marty Harbin Brett Harnesberger Timothy Harris Donna Hart Kelly Haulbrook Karen Hawkins Patsy Hawkins Debbie Hayes Phil Haynie Charles C. Heatherly Jr. Greg Hellams Angie Henderson Gayle Henderson David Hendnxs Nancy Hendrixs Laura Herring Sonja Herring Rita Herrin Jeanetta Hinson 90 Classes Donna Hightower Jackie Hilley Miriam Hills Susan Hodge Yvonne Hogg Mandy Holcombe Renee Holcombe Teresa Hood Katherine Hoover Laurie Horton Dusty Houk Jenny Hudson Anna Hughes Angela Hunter Mark Hydrick Kelly Israel Becky Ivey Nancy Jacks Fonda Jacobs Katrina Jameson Angie Johnson Carol Johnson Lisa Johnson Ricky Johnson Classes 91 Jennifer Jones Laura Kay Glen Kelley Karen Kelley Debra Kennemore Bill Kennedy Donna Kilgore Mike Koger Robin Kuykendall Jane Lancaster Tracy Langston Kim Larsen Chuck Lawrence Katnna Leary Russell Lee Susan Lee Sharon Lewis Tim Lockaby Mike Louis Cindy Long Todd Long Janice Lowie Donna Lynch Ann Madden Mike Madison 92 Classes 1 mg . fc Ab Mangum Pam Manly Kathy Mann Stephanie Manning Michelle Marchesse David Martin Deane Martin Judy Martin Andria McCall Johnny McCalla Stephen McCardle Jim McConnell Karen McConnell Lynne McCurly Amy McDonald Lisa McDonald Kathy McGaha Toni McGee Kerri McKinley Jan A McLane Jama McMahan Julie McManus Tammy Merck Michele Miller Classes 93 Cheri Miller Greg Moise Kevin Moody Raquel Moody Donna Moon Amanda Moore Susan Moran Annette Morris Peggi Nabors Terry Newell Delia Newton Nick Nichols Joey Nimmer Kim Nlvens Paula Nixon Anita Norris John Norwood Rhonda Ouzts Tracy Ouzts Kelley Ozmint Alisha Page Mike Painter Gay Palmes Larry Parker 94 Classes Melanie Parrott Walt Partrick Stephanie Payne Amanda Peebles Barry Pepper Kay Perry Rose Phillips Darryl A. Pierce Melissa Pike Sabrina Pitts Amy Poole Fran Poole Jack Poole Sandra Porter Angie Powell Sandra Powell Jan Powers Rita Pusher Tarra Price LaDonna Pruitt Mark Quattlebaun Greg Ragan Tena Rathff Vicky Ray Classes 95 Tami Reed Paule Reid April Rickey Sandra Rickey Rena K Riddle Elaine Risner Becky Roache Mark Roberts Jane Roberson Todd Robertson Jimmy Robnett Russell Rogers Scott Rogers Patsy M. Rozier Elodora D Rucker Kelly Rumsy Libby Rush Elizabeth Ryan Amy Sanders Dan Saxon Debra Sayer Janet Schmitt Cathy Seawright Leslie Segars 96 Classes Caroline Sexton Peggy Shealy Stan Sheriff Kay Shirley Barbara Simpson Leah Slater Carole Slice Cathi Smith Dawn Smith Kim Smith Linda Smith Sherry Smith Suzanne Smith Bud Smoak Suzanne Smoak Sara Southerland Luanne Sox Teresa Sparkman Angie Sparks Lisa Stannard Ricky Stamey Scott Spencer Barbara Stephens Greg Stevens Classes 97 Julie Stiles Sherri Stone Bonita Strickland Barry Stringer John C. Stroud Lorie Stroupe Susan Styles Paula Sullivan Dana Swinford Jon Tollison Mary Helen Talmadge Brett Tankersley Eric Taylor Janna Taylor Warren Taylor Barry Teague Carol Ten Eick Don Thacker Chris Thackston John Thomas Robert Thompson Angela Threatt Debbie Timmerman Gay Tincley 98 Classes John Tolar Chet Tomson Toni Tucker Gayle Vaughan Loren Vevon Rhonda Vickery Libby Voyles Randy Wade Darrell Waits Benny Walker Hazel Walker Anita Walters David Ward Deanna Ward Ken Ward Deborah Wardlaw Elizabeth Warna Teresa Watson Charles D. Watts, Jr. Donna Weaver Jennifer Weaver Sharon Webber Marie Welborn Don Welch Classes 99 Libbie West Kimberly Whiddon Diane White Wanda D. White Pam Wilhite David Williams Nigel Williamson Mark Willis 100 Classes Gina Wilson Sharon Wooten Todd Wooten Hilda Wright Janet Wright Elizabeth Wyatt Lesley Yancey Vicki Yeargin Classes 101 w 102 Candids Candids 103 Involvement In Life 104 Candids ■ ' % j -, f ' m Bj- - " ' " Haj Candids 105 t mmm m v.-; 106 Faculty And Staff President Ray P. Rust On January 1, 1982, Anderson Col- lege lost a very fine president. Dr. Ray P. Rust left A.C. this year to fill the position of Executive Secretary-Trea- surer of the South Carolina Baptist Con- vention. Dr. Rust became president of A.C. in 1978 after a long search for a president. Dr. Rust was more than just a name at A.C. He participated in many of the on-campus activities. He always made the students feel as if they had known him for years. He was a great encouragement to freshmen who were nervous at the start of the year. Ander- son College regretted that Dr. Rust left and we certainly missed him. However, we knew that the S.C. Baptist Conven- tion gained an excellent leader and a wonderful Christian man. Dr Ray P. Rust m Another busy day in the life of Dr. Rust. 108 President A.C. Trustees The South Carolina Baptist Conven- tion provides vital support to Anderson College by electing the board of trust- ees. The representatives from all over the state are organized into five groups: executive, financial, academic affairs, student affairs, and development com- mittees. Trustees meet in October, January, and May. They are elected for five year terms. Mr. Roy C. McCall, Jr., is chair- man; Mr. J.T. Rice, vice-chairman; and Mr. Kenneth N. Vickery, secretary. New Trustees: seated — Mrs. Marvin B. Collins and Mr T. Ree McCoy, Jr.; standing — the Rev. Charles Shacklette, Dr. Herbert C Garrett, Jr., and Dr EP Ellis Trustees Robert H. Freeland and Kenneth N. Vick ery go over some issues from the previous meet ing ' THE TRUSTEES: 1st row (It) — Dr. W.L. Williams, Dr. Herbert C. Garrett. Jr.. Mr. Roy C McCall, Jr.. the Rev. Charles Shack- lette. Mrs Marvin B. Collins. 2nd row (l-r) — Dr J Vernon Jeffords. Mr. Pat L. Baughman. the Rev Stuart A Kersey, Dr. EP. Ellis, Mrs. Ralph C Morgan. Mr Ken neth N. Vickery. back row (It): Mr. T. Ree McCoy, Jr., the Rev Robert H. Freeland, Mrs. James H. Tate, Mr A Reese Fant. Not pictured: Mr J. Louis Forrestei, Mr. J.T. Rice. Dr P. Edward Rickenbaker, Mrs. Murdock MacLennon, and Mr. Samuel Thrift Trustees 109 Academic Dean Dean Paul Talmadge provided val- ued counsel and assistance to the students by help ing with their aca- demic future and making known the opportunities available at A.C. Dr. Talmadge also played a big role this past year at A.C. He became acting President after Dr. Rust left in January 1982. He is a very respected academic leader on the campus. Dean Talmadge, a respectable academic leader. Mrs. Linda Clark served as the secretary to Dean Talmadge. 110 ACADEMIC DEAN Registrar Dr. Richard Roberts was the Registrar for the past year. He did such jobs as distributed schedules, recorded perma- nent grades, helped in transferring stu- dents, and also evaluated transcripts. He is a former graduate of Anderson College and is well respected around the campus. A smile from Dr Richard Roberts. Mrs. Marguerite Mitchum gives great aid m the area of recording grades Mrs. Patricia Long works very hard in the office Registry i I I Counseling Center The Counseling Center played a big role in the life of many students this past year. Dr. Robert Richardson was the Director of the Counseling Center. Dr. Jim Whitlow also was apart of the counseling. This department was the place for students to pour out their problems. It offered a variety of counsel- ing such as personal, academic, voca- tional, group sessions and special pro- grams. Dr. Robert Richardson helps many students The secretary for the counseling center is Mrs Carolyn Gabboro. Dr. Jim Whitlow listens to many problems. 1 12 Counseling Center Admissions The position of Director of Admis sions was a split responsibility this past year. Dr. Robert Richardson acted as the director for the first semester. Even though he was acting in this position he was still able to be in the counseling center. On December 1, 1981 Mr. Phillip A. Nail became the director of admis- sions. This office served the college in various ways. One way was in the pro- motion of the school in other areas. They encouraged many students to choose Anderson College as their place of education. Miss Lee Easley gives an AC. welcome Mr. Phillip Nail brings a bit of humor in the admissions office. Miss Ann Snipes helps out many in the admissions office What is Mrs. Bobby Snipes looking for? Admissions 1 13 Vice-President For Business Affairs When Mr. B.J. Taylor talks people listen. Mr. Taylor is the vice-president for business affairs at A.C. His assistant is Mr. Cecil Mitchum. They are both assisted by Mrs. Gerri Ifkouits who is the secretary for the Business Affairs Office. Mr. B.J. Taylor takes a pose for the camera Mr. Cecil Mitchum works steadily at his job. Mrs. Gerri Ifkovits is an outstanding secretary 114 V.P. Business Affairs Business Office The Business Office was always busy. Miss Martha Mahaffey was the supervisor. Ms. Sherry Smith and Mrs. Lynda Graham were bookkeepers. Mrs. Mae King was cashier. Mrs. Edith Charping worked part-time. The Busi- ness Office handled all payables to the College and provided a student banking system. The Bookstore, for the student ' s benefit and convenience, was run by Mrs. Betty West. She was assisted by Ms. Cathy Hutchinson. The Business Office is run effectively by the su- pervisor. Ms. Martha Mahaffey. Ms. Sherry Smith checks accounts Mrs. Lynda Graham works very hard Surrounded by a lot of work, Mrs Mae King takes time to smile. Mrs. Edith Charping gives the camera a smile Bookstore Pens! Paper! Books! Cathy Hutchinson has them Mrs. Betty West picks out a few books Business Office E. Bookstore 1 15 V.P. For Development Coordinating fund raising for Ander son College kept Mr. Walter Dahlgren, vice-president for development, and his secretary, Mrs. Lucille Rogers, very busy. Mr. Dahlgren supervised the printing and mailing and the communications departments. His office was also in charge of keeping alumni records, pub- lishing news of the college and taking care of public relations and hospitality. Mr Dahlgren reads over some material Lucy Rogers opens the daily mail. 116 V.P. Development y i { The Printing and Mailing Department handled all bulk mail going out from the college. Martha Powell was the supervi- sor of the department. Pat Stegall was secretary to the faculty and staff, and was the operator of the CPT word pro- cessor. Their student helpers consisted of Todd Atkinson and Kay Perry. They not only worked with the bulk mail, but also handled the student and slumni re- cords. The office did printing for the differ- ent departments at the school. This in- cluded letters, four publications of the alumni newsletter, the " Insider, " a year, and the school letterhead stationery. Bulk mail is 200 or more pieces of mail. These must be tied in zip code bundles, bagged according to areas, and taken to the post office. The office also kept files on every student and alumni, and once a year they provided an introduction for business students to the machinery they used. Mrs. Martha Powell takes a break from her busy schedule. Mrs. Pat Stegall works with complicated machin ery in the Printing and Mailing office. PRINTING MAILING 117 Student Development Student Development encompassed many vital aspects of the college stu- dent ' s life. These aspects ranged from student government to intramurals, from student activities to security. The man responsible for the social develop- ment of the students was Dean Richard Franklin, vice-president for student de- velopment. The goal he aimed for was a well-rounded college student. Student housing rested in the capable hands of Carol Willis, assistant for stu- dent development. She made sure that students were satisfied with their room- ing situations and the best possible changes when changes were necessary. She worked long and hard to meet the students ' needs. Secretary for the Student Develop- ment Office, Mrs. Eunice Thorne, kept the office work running smoothly be- hind the scenes. Mrs. Eunice Thorn is caught counting her pen nies. The smile on Mrs Carol Willis ' face shows how fun student development can be. 118 Student Development Financial Aid Office Gives Aid u The Financial aid Director, Mr. Jim Owens, oversaw the handling of all the financial aid applications. His staff counselled students if any prob- lems arose and helped them to find jobs either on or off campus as part of college work study programs. They also kept up a bulletin board with jobs that A.C. students could fill. Working under Mr. Jim Owens was June Cantrell as assistant direc- tor until January 1, when Mrs. Lynda Sayers took over. Mrs. Marilyn Walk- er filled in for Mrs. Sayer as job coor- dinator. Mrs. Ola Gray worked as re- ceptionist for the office. Student workers were Cindy Smith and San- dra Powell. Mr Jim Owens gives a comment for the wise. What a busy job Mrs Lynda Sayers had. A serious look from Mrs Ola Gray A cheerful smile from Mrs. Jane Cantrell. Financial Aid 119 Directors Of Residential Living Mrs. Carol Willis served as the Direc- tor of the Residential Living. Her job was to budget the housing, deal with major policy changes, and deal with room de- posits and off-campus housing. Mr. Hugh Weeks served as the Assis- tant Director of Residential Living. He was in charge of all day to day oper- ations of the resident halls. He was the supervisor for the resident advisors and resident assistants. He worked with Mrs. Willis on room assignments, budget preparation, and roommate problems. Mrs. Carol Willis poses for the camera. Mr. Hugh Weeks looks very busy Mrs. Martha Garrett is secretary for Mr Weeks. 120 Residential Living R.A. ' s Prove Helpful Resident Assistants — First row: Bill Horvath. Kenny Rowland, John Shelton, Kevin Cary, Greg Allgood Second row: Janet Corbit, Beth McFaddin, Susan Myzell, Margaret Carimichael. Dee Dee Myers. Jim Harper. James Taylor. Third row: Jeff Childress. Kim Hydrick, Pam Plummer, Kathy Hawkins. Tami Plyler, Ricky Johnson. This year seven resident advisors assumed more responsibility. They handled all room in- spections and room condition forms. They were responsible for one program each semester, such as: assertiveness training, CPR, student de- pression, and guitar lessons. These were new additions to A.C. student life. The resident advisors assisted with discipline and supervised the resident assistants on duty. They were in charge on weekends and at night in case of an emergency. The resident advisors were Susan Co leman, Pratt; Dawn McKenzie, Denmark; Joy and Ed Bettem, Lawton; Terry Tritt, Rouse; Virginia Scott, Infirmary; and Grace Melton, evening ad- visor. Tammy Plyler, resident assistant for Pratt II, the largest hall, said her job description falls somewhere between the toilet paper and the late- night fire drills. RA ' s 121 Maintenance a ■ a m r m v n» a EUDQllili 23i r The director of the Physical Plant was Olin Padgett. Under him were three fore- men: John Hodges, custodian; Johnny Fleming, building and grounds; and Den- nis Mckee, mechanical trade. These men were responsible for the reguisitioning for purchases and materi- als related to property maintenance. This department was also responsible for the grounds upkeep, auto servicing, and other administrative officials. Mr. Padgett was the supervisor of en- gineering, janitorial, college farming, and building maintenance. He was aided by student helpers Deanna Martin and Cindy Simmons. Olin Padgett, Physical Plant Director. Shirley Strickland Gail Malamphy Dale Erb Johnny Fleming, building and grounds foreman Rosa Lee Earl Cliff Dutton Maintenance 122 Security Is Secure At All Times It seems as if the Anderson College security Student safety was the prime concern of department was undercover while photo- the security department. The department un- graphing. We apologize for the missing pic- der the supervision of Chuck Crowe, patrolled ture. The security guards were so busy secur- the campus 24 hours a day. Their objectives ing the campus they were not able to be pho- were to see that the campus was protected, tographed. They also watched out for the safety of the students, and for any possible rulebreakings. In general they kept every thing running smoothly. Security 123 Switchboard And Food Manager And Staff The Anderson College switchboard was a very busy place indeed. It handled in-coming calls, out-going calls, and calls on campus as well. The switch board operator was Mrs. Sara West- moreland. She had various student as- sistants. Connie Branch, the manager of A.C. ' s cafeteria and food service, left this year to work in another college. He was re- placed by Mr. Mike Bellefeuil. Together with his assistant Greg Stephenson, Mr. Bellefeuil worked hard to plan meals that the students would enjoy, while meeting the ARA Food Service stan- dards and regulations. Mrs Sara Westmoreland operates the switch board Mr. Mike Bellefeuil prepares the weeks ' menu The Foods Staff 124 Switchboard Post Office, Infirmary, Mrs. Mee ks Postmistress Virginia Scott put mail in the students ' boxes, sold stamps to students, weighed pack- ages and heavy letters. She gave stu- dents packages that were too big to fit into their boxes. Nurse Judy Hopper was the head of the Infirmary. She took care of any illness or injury which would arise on campus. Mrs. Scott took over at night and a doctor visited every day from six o ' clock until seven. Ada P. Meeks was the social secre- tary. She was responsible for public relations through the President ' s of- fice. She worked closely with the public and arranged for meetings, dinners, and such events to be held on campus by organization, commu- nity service groups. Mrs. Meeks held faculty coffees before each faculty meeting. She was also the advisor to the Sororians, those who attended A.C. when it was a four year wom- en ' s college. She graduated with the 1930 class. She said she loved work- ing with people and found them defi- nitely interesting. The task of filling mailboxes is done by Mrs Virginia Scott Nurse Judy Hopper prepares to administer to the sick. Mrs. Ada Meeks gives some interesting facts about the history of A.C 1 1 » " fl .(L m 11 ft - • I L B 125 Post Office. Infirmary, Mrs. Meeks Public Relations The News Service sends out stories about A.C. students, faculty, and pro- grams to the local papers and home- town papers. The Mews Service main- tains a clippings file of news stories that have appeared about A.C. They pro- vided news stories, film, and radio tapes to area televisions and radio stations. Mr. John Willis heads the news service. Mrs. Betty McCellan is the Alumni Coordinator 126 Public Relations Library FT It ■c j i 3 Miss Annie Francis Blackman welcomes students to the library ■y The Anderson College library staff played a vital part in the education of the students. The library was always neat and quiet, the perfect place to catch up on some studying. When it came time to do some research the li- brarians were always very courteous when asked for help. The staff consist- ed of Mrs. Dubose, Miss Hancock, Mrs. Welborn, Mrs. Garrison, and Miss Black- man. 1. Mrs. Barbara Garrison seems to be contemplat ing the end of the day. 2. Mrs. Brenda Dubose gets a head start with her desk work. 4. Mrs. Frances Welborn seems to enjoy her typ ing 5 Miss Dora Hancock greets the students with a smile. Library 1 27 Art And Drama Director of the Art Department was Dr. Chuck McCarter. He taught art his- tory and beginning and advanced draw- ing classes. Mrs. Susan Wooten was the associate director who teaches the de- sign courses. Mrs. Sheryl Wetsell taught painting classes and Terry Diamond taught beginning drawing. Director of the Theatre Department was Mr. Jack Bilbo. He directed all plays presented by the Pageant Wagon Players. The Head of the Art Department is Dr. Chuck McCarter. Mr. Jack Bilbo. Theatre teacher, takes a break from the typewriter. Mrs. Susan Wooten prepares for a design class 128 Art And Drama Business Education And Administration Business Administration and Busi- ness Education prepare students in the areas of management, economics, ac- coutning, shorthand, typewriting, — from elementary to intermediate, office practice, and business communica- tions. Mrs. Frankie J. Childress described her department ' s new typewriter desks as " beautiful " . She is using a new text- book and 35 mm slides made by her husband to demonstrate typing tech- niques. Mrs. Kathryn McGregor is the head of the Business Education Department. The Principles of Accounting is taught by Mr Phil Franks. Business students are also taught by Mrs Ruth Boyte. Personal typing is taught by Mrs Frankie Chil- dress. The Chairperson of the Business Department is Mrs. Kathryn McGregor. Economics is taught by Mr John Boyte. Business Ed. And Administration 129 Biology And Chemistry Mr. Robin Kelley taught general biol- ogy and is the chairman of the Biology Department. Dr. Jerry Clonts and Mrs. Betty Jo Pryor both taught general biology and botany. Dr. Alice Fay served as chairwoman of the Chemistry Department. Her classes in general chemistry, physical science, and college algebra took field trips to local industries. Mr. Lee King was aided in his teach- ings of developmental chemistry by conducting labs, which gave the stu- dents opportunities to explore atomic theory and organic compounds. Mr. Robin Kelley, chairman of the Biology Depart ment, is thinking something very biological. Dr. Alice Faye. chairperson of the Chemistry De partment, explains the complexities of the atom. Mrs. Betty Jo Pryor can ' t seem to believe her biology students grades. Mr. Lee King seems to be amazed over a chemis- try equation. Biology is the futhest thought of Dr. Jerry Clonts at this moment. 130 Biology And Chemistry Fashion Merchandise Learning about the basics of fashions, textiles, and retail management were in- cluded in the fashion merchandising courses taught by Mrs. Mary Martin, department chairman. Students went to regional markets in Charlotte and Atlan- ta. In the field of promotion, each stu- dent was expected to create and expalin a visual display. Each also had to plan a promotion for the whole year and also a calendar and a budget. Miss Emily Anne Martin instructed her students in the areas of interior de- sign (students made floor and room plans with a montage of fabrics and tex- tiles used in it), foods, basic clothing, and fashion coordination. Classes toured the Atlanta Decorative Arts Cen- ter. Mrs. Mary Martin is the Head of Fashion Merchan dising. Miss Anne Martin instructed several interior de- sign classes. FASHION 131 The English Department Has Another Successful Year English is that dreaded subject every student must take. For the freshmen it was all kinds of papers from discriptive and comparison and contrast papers to critical analysis and term papers. For the sophomores it was British and American Literature from Beowulf to Moby Dick. Thank goodness A.C. had a fine English Department with many ex- cellent teachers who did their best to make the subjects interesting. The teachers also took personal interest in their progress. This encouraged stu- dents to try to do their best. Mr. Dennis James seems to keep all of his female students amazed. Dr. Frank Bonner has found time to correct some of last months papers What is on Mr Doug Davison ' s mind? Mrs. Faye Cowan tries to recall some of her pre- vious assignments. Mr. Lawrence Webb points out a common gram matical error 132 English Department Mrs. Margaret Wooten pauses in her lecture for a quick joke. Dr. Frances Mimms checks some papers in her office. Mrs. Sarah Sprague takes a few notes to prepare herself for an up conning class. Dr. Walker hands out some tests. Mr. West gives the camera a smile during roll call English 133 History Dr. Victor H. Matthews said, " My his- tory students participated by answering a continuing barrage of questions. " He said that more attention was given to social history and technology this year. Mrs. Patrick P. Mulligan said she was using a new arrangement of units in her classes ' courses of study. She also said that a humanities project and panel dis- cussions were on the agenda. Mr. Henry von Hasseln, chairman of the history and political science depart- ment, said each teacher used a standard guide to teach by. Mr. Henry von Hasseln of the History Department leans back for a moment after completing some research Mrs. Pat Mulligan takes a breath between her classes. Dr. Victor Matthews looks disappointed in his history papers. 134 History Parley-vous espanol? The two foreign language courses of- fered at A.C. were French and Spanish. The French Department was under the direction of Dr. Shirley Jacks. The Spanish Department was under the di- rection of Dr. Samuel Arguez, who was the President of the S.C. Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. A new language lab is a part of the new equipment available to foreign lan- guage students. Elementary courses were designed to develop structure pat- terns and pronunciation. Intermediate classes were for the more advanced stu- dent. They involved more complex sen- tences and improvement of skills in con- versation and reading. These two departments were a great asset to the cultural teachings at A.C. Dr. Samuel Arguez poses for a quick snap shot. Dr. Shirley Jacks gives a French lecture. FOREIGN LANGUAGE 135 Math Department The Math Department had some of the finest teachers the school had to offer. Their patience and ability to make everything clear greatly encouraged stu- dents who need math for various ma- jors. The courses taught covered all lev- els of difficulty; developmental math, algebra, trigonomentry, math analysis, math and geometry for elementary school teachers, statistics, retailing, computer programing, and calcus. Mr. Glen Hughey shows much concern for his math students. Mr. Greg McClanahan teaches calcus, statistics, and algebra with enthusiasm Mr. William McBride is the new kid on the math Mr. Roger Abernathley also teaches math Mrs. Libby Higgins enjoys teaching elementary department block. classes. math as well as algebra. 1 Mrs. Jacque Davison grades the test she just Mr. Randell Dill carefully explains some math administered. problems. 136 Math Music Department Dr Perry Carroll is chairman of the music depart mer.t. A.C. had one of the finest music de- partments for a junior college in the na- tion. All of the teachers were very tal- ented musicians who willingness helped music students develop their talents. Dr. Perry Carroll, Mr. William Bridges, Mrs. Anita Bridges, Mr. James Clark, Mrs. Anita Brown, and several other part-time teachers aided students in de- veloping skills in voice, piano, organ, brass, string, and woodwind instru- ments. Whether a student was a music major or not, he could participate in almost every area of the music depart- ment. Mr. William Bridges tickles the old ivories. Mrs. Anita Bridges prepares for a concert. Mr. James Clalrk gives a theory lecture. Mrs Anita Brown loves to teach music. Secretary for the music department is Mrs Charles Bryant. ■r- " ti f% Music 137 Astronomy And Physics Mr. Robert H. Fries taught astron omy, physical science, physics, and col- lege algebra. Labs included field trips to power producing facilities in the area. His students were also seen shooting starter pistols at the outside wall of the Abney Athletic Center and measuring the results. Mr Robert Fries instructs one of his classes. Reading — Study Ms. Nancy Hanley instructed stu- dents in college reading and honors reading. Students with high academic standing were invited to register for the honors reading course. Ms. Nancy Hanley is in charge of the reading labs. RT " b ji s — AKJ | v3| - ?4 : m Sk I JM IP ! " . ' ' I. • ' •• " .■■hi ' - ■■• 138 Astronomy, Physics, Reading A.C. Athletics Active instructors shaped A.C. stu- dents in their physical education classes and health classes. Mr. Larry Souther- land, Chairman of the Health and P.E. taught classes in tennis, karate, weight lifting, slimnastics, roller skating, snow skiing, swimming, aerobics, and health. Mr. Jim Boykin taught tennis and vol- leyball. Coach Frankie Porter instructed students in bowling and slimnastics as well as coaching the womens basketball team. Mr. John Edwards taught classes in basketball, and he is the athletic di- rector. Coach John Edwards leaches basketball classes and is the Athletic Director. Coach Jim Boykin takes a little rest between ten- nis classes. Mrs. Ann King is secretary for the Athletic De- partment. Coach Larry Southerland demonstrates some karate Athletics 139 Psychology Dr. Jim Whitlow tries to understand human behavior in his General Psychology class The Psychology Department courses in general psychology, child growth and development, and personal adjustment. These courses were designed to give the student insight into the mind, the men- tal processes and human behavior. The instructors in these areas were Chair- man of the Psychology Department, Dr. Eugene Mandrell, Dr. Jim Whitlow, Dr. Robert Richardson, and Mrs. Marion Mandrell. 140 Psychology Religion — Old And New Because Anderson College is Baptist affiliated, it offered a variety of religion courses. These courses included the ba- sics of Old Testament history and New Testament history plus more special- ized courses for the more serious stu- dent of religion. The qualified instruc- tors of these courses were chairman of the department, Dr. Robert Burks; Dr. Stuart Sprague, Mr. Fred Metts, and Mr. Sandy Kidd. Though two courses in reli- gion are required for a student to gra- duate from A.C., the religion instructors sought to provide extra incentive for such practical spiritual instruction. Chaplain Sandy Kidd poses for the camera. Fred Metts prepares one of his sermons for his religion classes. Dr. Stuart Sprague is not teaching Science this year but Religion Dr. Robert Burks wishes he was out on the tennis court rather than studying in his office. RELIGION I -II Sociology Department Webster ' s New World Dictionary de- fines sociology as " the study of the his- tory, development, organization, and problems of people living together as social groups. " The chairman of the so- ciology department, Dr. Carl English, along with Dr. Marshall Tribble, strove to educate their students about the so- cial conditions around them and the problems society faces. Their goal was to better prepare the student for an ac- tive, productive role in society. Dr. Carl English is the head of the sociology de- partment. Dr. Marshall Tribble goes over his notes before his next class 142 Sociology Faculty Snapshots ' . %-» ■ W L Faculty Snapshots 143 ' !} wm 144 Clubs Division SGA, Attorney General And Elections The members of the Student Govern- ment Association worked hard to achieve and progress with new ideas to make A.C. a better place. Their efforts throughout the year resulted in many great accomplishments. College life seemed to become more meaningful as the students took voice in college activ ties. The Attorney General is an office of the S.G.A. William B. Horvath was the attorney general. He was present when a hearing was held. Marcus Simpson serves as the assistant attorney general. Areas were organized and set up for elections on campus by the hard work- ing commitee. Members were in charge of S.G.A. elections. Students elected class offi- cers, S.G.A. officers, Homecoming Queen, Miss AC., Miss Sophomore, Miss Freshman. Maria Lancianese. vice president; Wendy Kay; secretary; Scott Lenning, president of the student government. Bill Horvath — attorney general. Marcus Simpson — assistant attorney general Elections — (L to R); row 1 . Don Esterling, Delaine Wilson, Dugger Rimmer. Row 2, Delia Newton. Evie McAlister, Karen Stutt. Wendy Kay. Row 3, Nancy Sprouse. Paula Crim, and Mary Mitchell. 146 S.G.A. Atty. Gen. Elections Sophomore And Freshman Senate The 1981-82 Senate had a very busy legislative session. The president of the Senate was Scott Lenning, vice-presi- dent was Maria Lancianese, and secre- tary was Wendy Kay. The president of the sophomore class was Thayer Wha- ley, and Nancy Jacks served as presi- dent of the freshman class. Sophomore representatives were Carol Conwell, Tina Freeman, Jim Harper, Kitty Kenne- dy, David Lingerfelt, Evie McAllister, Lorie Orbann, and Debbie Simmons. Re- presentatives for the freshman class were Bubba Bamberg, Chip Durham, Jan Farr, Cheryl James, Dana Swinford, Eric Taylor, Caroline Sex ton, and Mark Willis. The job of the Senate was to speak out for the rest of the students. In doing so, they met twice monthly to see what needed to be done. They could bring up bills and pass them on to the Student Development Committee. Other jobs in- cluded running the elections, support- ing school organizations, and setting up committees for special projects. Members of the Freshmen senate; Eric Taylor; Mark Willis; Cheryl James; Nancy Jacks; Chip Durham. More Freshmen: Russell Lee; Swinford; Bubba Bamberg. Jan Farr; Dana . ' , IL— i Members of the Sophomore Senate: Seated: Debbie Simmons; Carol Conwell; Thayer Whaley; Evie McAlister; Kitty Kennedy; Standing: Jim Harper; David Lingerfelt Senate 147 Disciplinary Committee The Disciplinary Committee is made up of concerned student and faculty members. These committee members hear students who have been charged with fines. Then a judgement is made by the committee to determine the inno- cence or guilt of the accused. The pur- pose of the committee is to insure that each student is treated fairly. Left to right: first row: Dean Richard Franklin. Lee King. Gina Byars. Second row: Terri Henderson, Cynthia Collins. Third row: Stephanie Manning, Sandy Kidd, Tena Ratcliff. Fourth row: Mark Rob erts. Glen Hughey. Ric Mustin, Mrs Marian Man drell 148 Disciplinary Committee The Social Board Does It Once More The Social Board provided many ac- tivities for the students this year. It was supervised by Mrs. Susan Coleman. This organization sponsored such activi- ties as planning the Christmas dance, movies, various contest as wood split- ting, baby bottle drinking, and arm wres- tling, along with a pumpkin carving con- test. The Social Board should defintely be commended for the outstanding ac- tivities they provided the students. First row (L to R): Stuart Watson, Fran Waldron, Kay Love, Jan McCraine. Second row (L to R): Lisa Jiradear, John Truluck, Tommy Lynch. First row (L to R): Donnelle Hopkins. Al Dutschke, John Truluck. Bill Horvath. Stuart Watson, Tom- my Lynch. Roger Heide. Beth McFaddin Second row: Lisa Jirardear, Liz Seale, Jan McClaine, Cyn thia Collins, Mark Willis, Alan Large, Joy Gibson, Fran Waldron, Lisa Williams, Libby Voyles. Steph anie Manning, Laura Kay, Cheryl James. Third row: David Williams, Ed Foryner, Angie Smith. Kim Thompson, Michele Miller, Peggy Shealy. Frances Anderson, Kay Love, Anne DeVenny. Diane White. Marsha Keaton. Denise Azzirito. The- resa Sparkman, Myron Duncan. s... mi n..,mi i-i ' i Who ' s Who Among College Students 1 rst row: (I to r): Joy Tribble, Wendy Kay, Deedy Welborn. Phil Pickens, Peggy Harling, Tammy Plyler, Thayer Whaley. 2nd row: Dugger Rimmer, Maria Lanciannese. Scott Lenning, Kenny Rowland, Tina Owings, Beth McFaddin. Mot Pictured: Sheryl McKinney 1 50 Who ' s Who Residence Hall Council First row: Jim Harper. Celeste Owens, Eddie Fortner, Curtis Skinner. Second row: Chris Biggers, Cindy Long, Joy Gibson. Steven Cooper. Delaine Wilson Residence Hall Council members pro- moted and publicized school programs. They supported the Presidential Staff and served as an evaluation committee concerning any problems that arose; Some of their jobs included co-sponsor- ing Open House visitation, and assisting with Christmas First Might. The council was elected by their resi- dence halls. Council members: Delaine Wilson, Celeste Owens, Nancy Sprouse, Joan Conner, Joy Gibson, Cindy Long, Scott Beasette, Bill Kennedy, Scott Ball, Chris Biggers, Steve Cooper, Jeff Cook, Curtis Skinner, Bobby Edwards, Eddie Fortmer, Jim Harper, Todd Aktinson, and Rabon Scott. The men ' s president was Eddie Fortmer, and Joy Gibson served as the women ' s president. Hugh Weeks sponsored the council. Residence Hall Council 151 Phi Theta Kappa Members of the club are as follows (L to R): Dr. Alice Fay, Terr! Williams. Renea Holley. Jennifer Boemke, Deedy Welborn, Carol Conwell. president, Monica Allen, Mary McCurry, Jeff Childress, tresurer. Patricia Long, Cindy Smith, Gina Alberti, Daneen McLane. Cheryl Thompson, Tina Owings, Dr. Victor Matthews Not pictured: Lillibet White, vice-president; Angela Duncan, secretary. Phi Theta Kappa, the national junior col- lege honary scholastic fraternity, is a part of Anderson College. A student must have a 3.5 grade point average to be a member of this club. 152 Phi Theta Kappa First Semester Dean ' s Cup Winners Whyte Third Floor. Every semester, individual units in the men ' s and women ' s areas compete for the Dean ' s cup award. The units must earn a minimum of 100 points by doing various service projects, attend- ing seminars, participating in intramur- als and other campus events. South Rouse 2nd floor won in the men ' s area, and Whyte 3rd floor with a record break- ing total of 630 points won in the wom- en ' s area. Dean ' s cup representatives were Robin Massingale and Lillibet White. South Rouse Second Floor Dean ' s Cup 153 Omicron Iota Kappa Members; (L to R) First row; Tracey Cook, Tara Price, Amanda Pebbles, Kitty Kennedy. Kelley Ad- dis, Thayer Whaley, Lizzie Martin, Nancy Sprouse, second row; Janet Wright, Chris Black ston, Stephanie Bessinger, Jennifer Jones. Bar- bara Stevens. Darlene Burns. Susan Claudey, Joye Mears, third row; Renea Holley, Donna Horger, Susan Styles, Deana Martin, Maria Daven- port, Donna Moon, Johnelle Ritter, Corinthia Bru ton. Omicron lota Kappa, those majoring in fashion or home economics, were en- tertained by four career speakers at their banquet in October. The speakers: Lori Hammond, Debbie Painter, Joy Brown, and Pam W. Landreth. In No- vember OIK cooked for themselves a spaghetti supper. The officers for this year ' s OIK were Thayer Whaley — President; Beth McFaddin and Nancy Sprouse — Vice President; Lizzie Martin — Secretary; Kay Love — Treasurer. Mrs. Mary Martin is the group ' s spon- sor. Officers — Thayer Whaley — President Beth McFaddin — Vice President Nancy Sprouse — Vice President Lizzie Martin — Secretary Mrs. M Martin — Sponsor Kay Love — Treasury 154 OIK Campus Ministries Outreach And Celebration Campus Ministries Leaders: Kneeling: Angela Duncan, Breakthrough coordinator; Susan Myzell, Women ' s Agape Leader; Cheryl McKinney, President of Campus Ministries; Lynn Rivers. Journey Team Leader. Standing: Ricky Johnson, Break- through Coordinator; Tami Plyler. Outreach Leader; Scott Lenning, Celebration Leader; Lorrie Orbann, Publications; Greg Allgood, Mens Agape Leader; Debbie Simmons, Baptist Young Women President. Cinder the leadership of Sheryl McKinney as the president, Campus Ministries experienced a year of tre- mendous growth. Instead of a Baptist Student (Jnion, Anderson College preferred an interdenominational pro- gram, so Campus Ministries was cho- sen. The program included a variety of organizations to get students in- volved. It served as an outlet for Christian fellowship and allowed for growth in groups and in the indivi- duals. The program also gave the students a chance to exhibit leader- ship while participating in these Christian organizations. The different o rganizations that are encompassed by Campus Minis- tries include: Baptist Young Women by Debbie Simmons, Breakthrough led by Angela Duncan and Ricky Johnson, Celebration led by Scott Lenning, Fellowship led by Tami Plyler, Journey teams led by Lynn Rivers (the teams had Sheryl McKin- ney, Kay Love, and Phil Pickens as captains), Sunshine Friends led by Terri Henderson, Women ' s Agape led by Lori Cameron first semester and Susan Myzell second semester, Men ' s Agape led by Greg Allgood, Mission and Social Action led by Har- riet Cox and Church Related Voca- tions led by Greg Allgood. The Outreach Committee was very important to Campus Minis- tries. Led by Tami Plyler, Outreach was responsible for recreation events, fellowships, parties, movies, concessions at the basketball games. and other activities to get the stu- dents together just to have fun. Every Wednesday night at 9 p.m., students met for Bible study, singing, and fellowship at an activity called Celebration. They also got to hear a speaker. The speakers included staff and faculty members, President Rust, local pastors, and missionaries. Each month Sandy Kidd led Celebra- tion in Creative Worship in the Maude Watkins Parlor. This got the students to put their feelings into ac- tion through discussion or creative projects. Celebration has been at- tended by as many as 125 students and was led by Scott Lenning. Due to the loss of some important pictures, Celebration ' s picture will be in the supplement. Journey Teams The Journey Teams are headed by Lynn Rivers. They are organizations which work in area churches. They pro- vide music, skits, and other areas of worship for their audiences. The A.C. Journey teams were divided up with three leaders: Phil Pickens, Kay Love, and Sheryl McKinney. Journey Team — Left to right. First row: Marsha Keaton, Kim Hydrick, Kim Nivens, Tammy Keowen, Delia Newton. Second row: Jane Lancas tor. Robin Fricks, Amy Sanders, Tami Plyler, Sheryl McKinney. Third row: Suzanne Smoak, Robert Thompson, Jeff Cook, Kelly Ozmint. Fourth row: Russell Rogers, Scott Lenning. Greg Allgood, Kenny Rowland. Journey Team — Left to right, Kneeling: Lisa Corley, Joan Conners, Kim Garrison. Anthony Burns. Dana Cromer, Jan Powers. Second row: Keith Timms, Alisa Hughes. Carolyn Carpenter, Lynn Rivers, Scott Cudd. Third row: Lilhbet White. Darryl Andrews, Dana Clayton, Karen Kel- ley. Phil Pickens. Journey Team — Left to right. First row: Tonya jjS Nash, Kay Love, Joy Tribble. Second row: Tony DeYoung, Theresa Spartman, Cathy Beale, Darrell Pierce. Third row: Phil Hall, Curtis Skinner. 156 Journey Teams Agape, BYW, And Sunshine Friends Women ' s Agape (L to R): Tena Ratliff. Sheryl McKinney, Donna Fulbright, Tammy Plyer, Kim Fortune, Suzanne Smoake, Janna Taylor. Cheryl Thompson, Lori Cameron, leader, Becky Ivey, Lynn River, Amanda Moore, Diane White. 2nd row: Melissa Ellison, Joy Gibson, Joy Tribble. Janet Wright. Teresa Baylor, Angela Duncan. Kelly Ozmint, leader; Alisa Hughes, leader; Jane Lancaster, leader; Tammy Keowan, leader; Teresa Sparkman. leader; Barbara Lyons, leader; Lynn Jordon. leader; Jennifer Jones, leader; Susan Myzell, leader; Lisa McDonald. Sherry Smith. Laura Lee Kay. Lisa Corby, Donna Hightower. The BYW (Baptist Young Women) was led by Debbie Simmons, president; Yolonda Sullivan, mission study chair- man; Janet Collins, mission action chairman; Jacque Davison, sponsor. BYW met twice a month and alternat- ed the meetings between mission stud- ies and mission actions. They worked at a nursing home helping the ladies there, and at the children ' s home caring for the children. They did the community a great service. Their goal for the year was to get people involved in helping others. Sunshine friends were a group of handicapped individuals who visited the AC campus each Thursday afternoon for a couple of hours. The students who worked with them were truely loving and dedicated. They played games, had parties, or sang songs — anything to make these people happy. It takes a special kind of person to work with these special people. The Sunshine Friends ' friend should be respected and commended for their service. The Sun- shine Friends committee was led by Terri Henderson. Sunshine Friends (L to R): Susan Styles; Laura Kay; Tonya Mash; Allison McCrary; Sandy Richy; Terri Henderson; leader; Tara Price. AGAPE means the love that God has for His children and the love we should give to Him. The best way to learn more about that love is by studying the Bible, and this is what the Agape groups did. Each week groups met on their halls for Bible Study, prayer, discussion and fellowship. This helped bring students closer together as well as closer to God. The Women ' s Agape presi- dent for first semester was Lori Cameron, and second semester president was Susan Myzell. In- dividual Bible study group lead- ers for the year were Kelly Oz- mint, Tina Owings, Terri New ell, Dee Dee Myers, Alisa Hughes, Jennifer Jones, Lynn Jordon, Barbara Lyons, Teresa Sparkman, Jane Lancaster, Tammie Keown, and Kim Keowan, and Kim Hyduck. Agape. BYW. Sunshine Friends 157 Mission And Social Action Mission and Social Action Alan Large, Harriet Cox, Dusty Houk. Jan Farr, Cathy Gressette, Tonya Mash, and Laura Kay. Mission and Social Action was a part of Campus Ministries. It was a group of stu- dents concerned about the lives of others. They showed their love and concern by working with groups such as the Haven of Rest Children ' s Home. 158 Mission And Social Action Choir And Interaction Singers Singing, learning, and performing, were all important aspects of being a member of the choir. The choir was composed of a large number of students regardless if they were majoring in mu- sic or not. They performed several times during the year in churches as well as on campus. Composed of eighteen singers, the In- ner-ACtion group was a small vocal en- semble open to all students enrolled in choir. Mr. Perry Carroll is the director of this group. The Inner ACtion singers Choir And Singers 159 Talented students as well as some faculty members comprised the A.C. wind ensemble. The group was directed by Dr. Perry Carroll, who also played in the group. The wind ensemble per- formed in chapel and at many churches along with the choir. Many members of the group also played with the Ander- son Symphony Orchestra. The pep club added much spirit and enthusiasm to the basketball games. Led by Betty Ellis, president; and Denise Azzarito, vice-president, the club held a bon fire and poster nite. Members of the wind ensemble performed in the area mall Wind Ensemble And Pep Club Wind ensemble (I to r): Ron Marston. Tom Freeland, Chuck Heatherly, Dr Victor Matthews, Lesley Yancey, Scott Cudd. Joe Barr, and Dr Perry Carroll. Pep club, first row (I to r): Jackie McDaniels. Jackie Brown lee, Gina Byers, Denise Azziritto, Betty Ellis. Second row: Yolonda Bronw. Hilda Wright, Teresa Mitchell, Hazel Walker. Katrina Jameson. Pricilla Davis. 160 Wind Ensemble And Pep Club Art Club And Pageant Wagon Players " Outward Bound, " presented by the Pageant Wagon Players, kept the audi- ence spellbound. Sutton Vane ' s play is concerned with the adventures on a cruise liner. Mr. Jack Bilbo leads the players in major productions each se- mester. The fall production ran October 27 to November 1. The Art Club was sponsored by Dr. Chuck McCarter and Mrs. Susan Woo- ten. They formed the new organization. The Art Club worked on various activi- ties in its first year. Dr. Eugene Mandrell and Rodger Knight per- formed in " Outward Bound. " A conversation among three characters: Michael Tucker, Mr John Willis, and Randy Hadaway. Could this be Romeo and Juliet, the star-crossed lovers? ART CLGB: 1st row (It): Brad Bell, Hazel Walker, Jeanette Hinson, Vicki Ray. 2nd row (It): Todd Farmer. Melissa Ellison, Dr Chuck McCarter, Dusty Hauk. Jeff DeWinkler, Tammy Burgess, Stacey Carter. Back row (It): Mrs Susan Wooten and Monica Allen. Art And PWP 161 Commercial And Circle K Clubs A.C. choir performs at the Christmas chapel service. We regret that the commercial club picture was not available First row: Bob Welborn, president; Chip Durham, Marcus Simpson. Patrick Thompson. Second row: Mrs. Nancy Hanley; advisor; Angie Smith, Liz Seal, Lisa Girardeau, secretary; Melinda Griffin, vice president; Fran Poole, treasurer Barara Stephens, Amy McDonald. Kim Thompson, Mr Phil Franks, advisor. 162 Commercial And Circle K Black Awareness The Black Awareness Club, led by Marcus Simpson, president, and spon- sored by Susan Coleman, met once a month in the Back Room. There were 25 members this year. The other officers were Leonard Vernon, vice president; Deborah M orris, secretary; and Katrina Jameson, treasurer. The Black Aware- ness Club held a fashion show and Black History Week, among other activi- ties. The club tried through their pro- jects to make AC students and the An- derson Community more aware of their black heritage. The Black Awareness Club unfortunately disbanded before the Christmas Holidays. They did a suc- cessful job during their club period. Black students enjoy lunch together. ffl HfrmmwM ; Er -..»«. J V 1 m SHI J P t a .MM M Lrfl £ £ Members of the Black Awareness group played in various sports events Black Awareness 163 Ski Club Ski club officers: Eric Wade, president; Ted Nissen, vice president; Bunny Boggs. secretary; Jama McMahan. treasurer. The Anderson College ski club was led by Mr. Lee King. They enjoyed many snow and water skiing trips. These trips were taken each Wednesday when the weather suited. Together Mr. Lee King and Coach Larry Southerland worked o have a successful ski club. 164 Ski Club Ivy Leaves Ivy Leaves Staff: Tambra Baldwin. Elizabeth Wyatt, Cheryl Thompson, Angela Duncan, and Mr. Doug Davison. " Ivy Leaves, " Anderson College ' s literary magazine, was sponsored by Mr. Doug Davison, English professor. The editor was Cheryl Thompson. The anthology allowed students and faculty to enter and have published original poems, short stories, draw- ings, and photographs. " Ivy Leaves " revealed many students ' talents and creativity. Ivy Leaves 165 Echos Staff t The A.C. Echos staff worked hard to get the paper published six times each semester. Laurie Evans was the editor in chief, Bill Horvath, features editor; Alisa Hughes, women ' s sports; Roger Fields, men ' s sports; Cathy Beale, staff artist; Robert Thompson and Greg Hellams, photographers. All worked hard to meet deadlines. Other staff writers were Barry Der- rick, Angela Duncan, Debbie Hayes, Nancy Hendrix, Robin Morris, Janice Lowie, Peggi Nabors, Paula Sullivan, Eli- zabeth Wyatt, Vicki Yeargin, Dorothy Ethridge, Tryphenia Johnson, Mark Madison, Rebecca Craig, Debbie Davis, Scott Ball, Davey Glisson, Maria Lan cianese, Stacy Speraw, and Sharon Wooten. Bill Horvath, Alison Evans. Laurie Evans, and Roger Field pose with Lawrence Webb for poster- ity. Laurie Evans. Editor does the layouts. 166 Echos Echos 167 Columns Staff Produces Another Book First row L to R; Elizabeth Wyatt, Susanne Smoak. Lorie Garcia, Gayle Henderson. Sec- ond row; Robert Thompson, Mark Willis, Joye Mears. Monica Allen, Dorothy Ethridge. Third row; Mary Mitchell, Chuck Lawrence, Michael Tucker, Debbie Summney, Lilabet White, and Mr. Lawrence Webb. The 1981-82 Columns staff found themselves in a state of metamorpho- sis. They experienced many new changes. They were under the leader- ship of a new sponsor, Mr. Lawrence Webb. Joyce Mears served as the editor with the help of Mark Willis who held the position of assistant editor. Togeth- er they worked to form the 1981-82 Col- umns which was designed for the stu- dents to cherish. It was a very common year experiencing the worries of late deadlines, picture problems, copy edit- ing, and designing the pages. But after the final copy of the book was shown little was to worry about. Mr Lawrence Webb pushes the panic but ton on the staff 168 Columns Joye Mears — Editor Mark Willis — Assistant Editor Mary Mitchell — Head Photographer Debbie Summney — Layout Editor Dorothy Ethridge — Copy Editor Monica Allen — Art Consultant Columns 169 Adams, Musa, P.O. Box 338, Seneca, SC Addis, Kelly, RT 1 Farr ' s Bridge Road, Greenville, SC Agnew, Tom, Route One, Highway 86, Piedmont, SC Agnew, Timothy, Route 8 Box 61, Piedmont, SC Ague, Sharon, 718 Dove Street, Sumter, SC Alberti, Gina, 205 Brookwood Drive, Clemson, SC Alden, Mary, 205 Altamont Road, Anderson, SC Alexander, Kenton, Box 603, Richland, SC Alexander, Rufus, Old Seneca Road, Six Mile, SC Allen, Jane, 1202 Greenacres, Anderson, SC Allen, Mary, 122 Monroe Street, Anderson, SC Allen, Monica, One East Chaucer Road, Greenville, SC Allen, Sue Ann, 120 Rutledge Road, Greenwood, SC Allen, Tammy, Route 4, Anderson, Sc Allgood, Gregory, Route 5, Pickens, SC Allison, Johnny, Route 1, Pelzer, SC Anderson, Carla, Route 5 Box 94, Elberton, GA Anderson, Cynthia, Route 1 Box 203, Fair Play, SC Anderson, Cynthia, 310 Norwood AVenue, Ninety Six, SC Anderson, George, P.O. Box 2504, Anderson, SC Anderson, Marian, 122 Woodcliff Ct., Simpsonville, SC Andrews, Darryl, Route 3 Box 176, Laurens, SC Asbill, Brunson, 105 Elm, Clinton, SC Ashley, Janice, 13 Turkey Creek Road, Ware Shoals, SC Directory Atkinson, Todd, 115 Ridge Avenue, Clover, SC August, Jon, 1570 New London Road, Hamilton, OH Azzarito, Denise, 108 Stonehill Court, Greer, SC Babb, Martin, 341 Tram Road, Colombia, SC Badders, Parker, 251 7 Lindale Road, Anderson, SC Bagwell, Hoyt, Route 1, Pelzer, AC Bagwell, William, 521 Maverick Circle, Spartanburg, SC Baker, Julia, Route 1, Belton, SC Baker, Janice, 6 West Summit Drive, Ware Shoals, SC Balding, Tambra, 107 Laurel Lane, Seneca, SC Baldwin, Sherry, Route 1 Box 512, Walhalla, SC Ball, Issac, P.O. Box 185, Simpsonville, SC Ball, Susan, 112 Pine Bark Road, Anderson, SC Ballew, Andrew, 19 Normandy Road, Greenville, SC Bamberg, Henry, P.O. Box 328, Bamberg, SC Bamberg, Larry, Route 2, Winona, MS Bannister, Deborah, Route 4 Box 12, Anderson, SC Bannister, Gary, 23 Bent Twig Drive, Greenville, SC Bannister, James, 418 Church Street, Pendleton, SC Bargoil, Carolyn, 8 Dendy Street, West Pelzer, SC Barker, Sonya, 117 Russell Street, Spartanburg, SC Barr, Joseph, Route 7 Box. 373 Pine Rd, Easley, SC Barrett, Melanie, 312 Nelson Street, Anderson, SC Batson, Donna, 907 Brentwood Drive, Spartanburg, SC Baylor, Teresa, Route 1 Brookhaven, Moore, SC Beacham, Sheila, Box 42, Taylors, SC Beale, Catherine, Box 27, Reidville, SC Beale, Gwendolyn, Box 27, Reidville, SC Beasley, Karen, Route 9 Box 251, Anderson, SC Beasley, William, 233 Tugaloo Street, Calhoun Falls, SC Bedenbaugh, Jerry, 27 Kendall Drive, Batesburg, SC Beeks, Kevin, 112 Maplebrook Drive, Laurens, SC Benton, Keith, 2314 B Nevada Avenue, Norfolk, VA Bernauer, Andrea, 101 Williamsburg Way, Easley, SC Berry, Julius, Route 1 Box 203 A, Bowman, SC Berry, William, P.O. Box 514, Duncan, SC Bessinger, Stephanie, 683 Sumter Drive, Charleston, SC Bettem, Edward, Box 193 C Anderson College, Anderson, SC Bibb, Toni, 148 Murdock Road, Belton, SC Bice, Mark, 207 Brock Street, Central, SC Bishop, Cary, 114 Pine Road, Laurens, SC Black, Rhett, 2803 Blanton Drive, Barnwell, SC Blackston, Carolyn, 203 Whitmire Road, Easley, SC Blackwell, Terry, Route 12 Box 145, Anderson, SC Blair, Allyson, 610 West Fredericks St., Anderson, SC Blanton, Jamie, Route 12 Parkwood, Anderson, SC Boatwright, Gary, Highway 23 Route 1, Monetta, SC Bobo, Shera, Rt 9 Greenmeadow Circle, Anderson, SC 170 Directory Bodie, Janet, P.O. Box 36, Plum Branch, SC Boehmke, Jennifer, 107 Salem Ct., Greenville, SC Boggs, Mary, 206 Sylvan Road, Greenwood, SC Boggs, Melinda, Route 6 Box 428, Anderson, SC Boineau, Cynthia, Route 1 Box 307 A, Bamberg, SC Bolt, Rogina, Route 2 Roger Bolt Road, Belton, SC Bolt, Roger, Route 2, Belton, SC Borgschulte, Brenda, Route 2 Box 94, Townville, SC Bottoms, William, 92 White Oak Street, Franklin, NC Boudoucies, Patricia, 33 Cunningham Circle, Taylors, SC Bowen, Brian, Route 1 Box 690, Central, SC Bowen, Kelly, Rt. 11 Box 132, Anderson, SC Bowens, Sabrina, 3140 Spreading Oak Drive, Atlanta, GA Bowick, Andrea, 3002 Leconte Road, Anderson, SC Bozard, Terry, 1720 A Martin Street, Anderson, SC Bradley, Charles, 513-2 Calhoun Street, Anderson, SC Brady, Fred, 1 130 Bearmore Drive, Charlotte, NC Breazeale, Harold, Route 3, Pickens, SC Bresette, Scott, 10 Seaton Court, Greenville, SC Brewton, Corinthia, RT 7431 Ridgeview Drive, Spartanburg, SC Bridges, Lisa, 137 Eastview Circle, Simpsonville, SC Bridges, Susan, 533 Lorell Terrace, Atlanta, GA Bridwell, David, 6 Tubbs Mountain Road, Travelers Rest, SC Briggs, John, 23 Shallowford Road, Greenville, SC Bright, Albert, Harbor Gate 22 Route 22, Anderson, SC Brock, Paul, Route 2 Box 570 Belton, SC Brock, Richard, 114 Virginia Circle, Anderson, SC Brooks, Benjamin, RT 10 Oak Grove Lake Rd. Greenville, SC Brooks, Teresa, 305 O ' Neal Drive, Anderson, SC Brookshire, Ronald, Chick Street, Clinton, SC Broome, Kimberly, 125 Marion St., Anderson, SC Broome, Richard, Route 6, Anderson, SC Brown, Amy, 306 Foxcroft Road, Greenville, SC Brown, Barney, 3 Curtis Street, Anderson, SC Brown, Joseph, 2802 Calrossie Road, Anderson, SC Brown, Kathy, Box 127, Iva, SC Brown, Linda, Route 1, Anderson, SC Brown, Michael, 108 Locke Drive, Mauldin, SC Brown, Philip, Route 1 Farmer Road, Starr, SC Brown, Yolonda, 207 Moore Street, Simpsonville, SC Brownlee, Jacqueline, 30- Blossom Drive, Greenville, SC Bruck, Mark, RT 10 Manse Jolly Rd., Anderson, SC Bryant, James, Rt. 5 Apt 18 Village Creek, Seneca, SC Bryant, Paula, 207 Keithwood Drive, Anderson, SC Bryant, Rhonda, 18 C Hartwell Villa, Anderson, SC Bryce, Patricia, 227 Wilton Hill Road, Colombia, SC Burbage, Bruce, Route 1 Box 110, Meggett, SC Burdette, Marilyn, Route 1 Box 201-x Iva, SC Burgess, Tammy, Route 1 Box 170 A, Liberty, SC Burkett, Terri, P.O. Box 437, Wagener, SC Burns, Darlene, 242 East Caroline Street, Williamston, SC Burns, James, Route 3, Gray Court, SC Burns, Janet, Route 1, Hartwell, GA Burriss, Joseph, 210 Bleckley Street, Anderson, SC Burriss, Marvin, 112 Pope Drive, Belton, SC Burton, Karen, 116 Westwood Drive, Belton, SC Busbin, Mary, 311 East Second Avenue 7, Rome, GA Buskirk, Kenneth, 1003 Lakeview Drive, Mt. Pleasant, SC Byers, Darryl, 16 Anchorage Drive, Greenville, SC Byers, Gina, 207 North John Street, Walhalla, SC Byrd, Julia, 1043 Cambridge Drive, Longwood, FL Byrd, Kevin, 548 Wisteria Drive, Florence, SC Byrd, Margaret, 103 Cambridge Drive, Longwood, FL Caldwell, James, Route 8 Arial, Easley, SC Caldwell, Melissa, Route 1 Box 58, Williamston, SC Caldwell, Nancy, Route 2, Clinton, SC Callaham, Bobby, Rt. 4 Crawford Rd., Belton, SC Callaham, Walter, 10 Timberlake Drive, Greenville, SC Callaway, Victoria, 308 Fuller Street, Manning, SC Calvert, Brett, 715 Kingsbridge Road, Colombia, SC Calvert, Cherry, Highway 417, Simpsonville, SC Cameron, Lori, P.O. Box 155, Abbeville St., Due West, SC Campbell, Catherine, 2310 Whitehall Avenue, Anderson, SC Campbell, Carla, Route 4 Box 229, Belton, SC Campbell, David, 2199 Boulevard Heights, Anderson, SC Directory 171 Campbell, Janet, 202 Collingwood Drive, Anderson, SC Campbell, Margaret, Route 8 Box 181, Anderson, SC Cann, Jean, P.O. Box 518, Chester, SC Cannon, Deborah, 126 Cherokee Circle, Anderson, SC Cape, Susan, 3061 Kilkee Circle, Colombia, SC Capps, Christopher, 4939 Pine Hill CT E, Stone Mountain, GA Carlisle, Janice, 5093 Mariana Sourt, Fort Mill, SC Carmichael, Margaret, Route 3 Box 667, Dillon, SC Carpenter, Carolyn, Horseshoe Drive, Seneca, SC Carson, Timothy, Route 12 Olivarri Drive, Anderson, SC Carter, John, P.O. Box 915, Walterboro, SC Carter, Stacey, 116 Sugar Cane Court, Greer, SC Carter, Scott, 1210 Brentwood Drive, Columbia, SC Carver, Louis, P.O. Box 84, West Union, SC Cart, Malcolm, 1 Lake Village, Isle of Palms, SC Castles, Daniel Lyles, 1 1 1 Cameron Way, Anderson, SC Castles, Mary, Rt. 10, 113 Royal Oak Rd., Greenville, SC Castro, Jon, Route 3 Box 38 A, Central, SC Cater, Tanya, 103 Broodwood Drive, Seneca, SC Champion, Ira, 34 Cruger Circle, Ninety Six, SC Cheek, Kelley, Route 1 Box 93, Belton, SC Childress, Jeffrey, 107 Lake View Drive, Easley, SC Childs, Virginia, 21 1 O ' Neal Drive, Anderson, SC Christie, Gwendolyn, Rt. 1 Box 254, Edgefield, SC Ciesla, Michael, 705 Woodfield Drive, Anderson, SC Clardy, Deborah, Route 1 Box 207 A, Williamston, SC Clark, Jimi, Route 4 Box 189, Leesville, SC Clark, James, 816 Atkinson Drive, Dalton, GA Clark, Rebecca, 811 Hillcrest Drive, Johnston, SC Clarke, Lee, 103 Pine Forest Road, Anderson, SC Claudy, Susan, 1291 Highland, Greenville, OH Clayton, Dana, Route 7 Brookdell Drive, Greer, SC Clinksdales, Delila, Route 9 Box 414, Anderson, SC Cobb, Pamela, Route 1 Meredith Road, Fair Play, SC Cogdill, Kristen, Route 1 Box 311, Roebuck, SC Coggins, Cynthia, 830 Heard Drive, Elberton, GA Colbert, Deborah, 30 Allendale Lane, Greenville, SC Collins, Cynthia, 510 Playground Street, Walhalla, SC Collins, Darrell, 307 Samuel Road, Honea Path, SC Collins, Janet, Route 4 Box 282, Easley, SC Collins, Kimberly, 503 Abbey Street, Westminster, SC Collins, William, 6549 Litchfield Drive, Columbia, SC Conner, Joan, Route 3 Box 672, Blacksburg, SC Conwell, Carol, 117 Vaughn Street, Greer, SC Cook, Jeffrey, P.O. Box 355, Duncan, SC Cook, Tracy, 3059 Wexford Drive, Rock Hill, SC Cook, Thaddeus, 1 1 Lake Ridge Road, Clover, SC Cooley, Tammy, 500 Phil Watson Road, Anderson, SC Cooley, William, Route 2 Box 45, Pelzer, SC Cooper, Steven, 15 Springdale Drive, Williamston, SC Corbett, Aubra, 721 West Church Street, Bishopville, SC Corbett, Janet, Railroad Avenue, Salley, SC Corbett, Julius, Godwin Street, Summerton, SC Corbit, Glenn, 1655 Swinton Street, Orangeburg, SC Corbit, Gordon, 1655 Swinton Street, Orangeburg, SC Corley, Lisa, Route 3 Box 589, Laurens, SC Cothran, John, Oconee State Park, Mountain Rest, SC Cothran, Janice, Oconee State Park, Mountain Rest, SC Cothran, Paula, 109 Lynn Avenue, Laurens, SC Coursey, Scott, Route 1 1 Patch Drive, Spartanburg, SC Cox, Connie, Route 3 Box 165, Wellford, SC Cox, David, Route 1 Box 72, Williamston, SC Cox, Eugene, Route 7 Forest Glen Dr., Piedmont, SC Cox, Harriett, 103 Church Street, Greenwood, SC Cox, Rebecca, Route 1, Box 310, Pelzer, SC Cox, Shelia, 18 F Raintree Apts., Anderson, SC Craig, Rebecca, Route 4 Box 128, Pickens, SC Crain, James, P.O. 14, Anderson, SC Craine, Edith, Route 1 Box 350, Gray Sourt, SC Creswell, Brenda, P.O. Box 505, Cherry ST McCormick, SC Crim, Paula, Box 164224 Sheffield Rd. Greer, SC Crisp, Jeffrey, Route 5 Box 331, Piedmont, SC Cromer, Carolyn, 1314 Northampton Road Anderson, SC Cromer, Dana, 214 Polaris Street, Anderson, SC Cromer, Leah, 316 Rhodehaven Drive, Anderson, SC Crowe, Karen, Roue 13 Box 93, Anderson, SC Crowe, Randy, Route 1 Box 273, Williamston, SC 172 Directory Cudd, Jeffrey, Route 1, Chesnee, SC Curtis, Stephen, Route 3 Box 276, Clinton, SC Dabney, Timothy, 1804 Woodside Road, Camden, SC Dallery, James, 721 Cardinal Drive, Sumter, SC Dalton, Leslie, 203 Leila Street, Seneca, SC Daniel, Divie, 1 1 Anderson Street, Pelzer, SC Davenport, Elizabeth, PO Box 152, Belton, SC Davenport, Maria, 102 Kingswood Terrace, Anderson, SC Davis, Debbie, Route 5 Box 396, Piedmont, SC Davis, Julie, 133 Mauldin Street, Spartanburg, SC Davis, John, Route 2 Box 21 J, Santee, SC Davis, Margaret, 237 Belton Drive, Williamston, SC Davis, Mark, Route 1 Box 31, Bowman, SC Davis, Priscilla, 231 Sanders Street, Honea Path, SC Davis, Randall, 2510 Pope Drive, Anderson, SC Davis, Susan, Route 3, Belton, SC Davis, Samuel, 102 Cardinal Ct., Anderson, SC Dawson, Chiquita, Trauvus Road, Anderson, SC Dean, Teresa, 551 Church Street, Atlanta, GA Dediego, Juan, PO Box 1610, Panama, Panama Deery, Kenneth, 313 Millsboro Northeast, Orangeburg, SC Dehaven, Bruce, Route 4 Box 30, Anderson, SC Deloach, Patricia, 408 Huntington Road, Easley, SC Derrick, Barry, Church Street, Little Mountain, SC Derrick, Kevin, 144 Royal Curtis Drive, Columbia, SC Derrick, Louisa, Church Street, Little Mountain, SC Devenny, Anne, PO Box 52, Piedmont, SC DeWinkler, Jeffrey, 4236 Country Club Circle, Virginia Beach, VA DeYoung, Tony, 113 Tanglewood Road, Belton, SC Dillard, Roger, 4 Hartsville PO Box 83, Taylors, SC Dillard, Timothy, PO Box 1178, Greenwood, SC Dixon, Sonya, 414 Georgia Avenue, New Ellenton, SC Dooley, Maryellen, 606 Rantoules Road, Anderson, SC Dover, Victoria, Route 2 Box 223, Blacksburg, SC Drawdy, Glenn, 5214 Dorchester Road, Charlseton HGH, SC Drost, Wayne, 105 Northeast Third St., Seneca, SC Ducworth, William, Route 1 Box 126, Williamston, SC Dudash, Betty, 3 Templewood Drive, Greenville, SC Dukes, James, 5917 Woodvine Road, Columbia, SC Dula, Teresa, 139 E Stone Bridge Apts., Morganton, NC Duncan, Angela, 18 Greenwood Avenue, Greenville, SC Duncan, Myron, Route 5 Box 81, Seneca, SC Dunn, Maureen, RT 3 BX 315 Riverside Dr., Piedmont, SC Durham, Charles, 4911 Maplewood Drive, Greenville, SC Dutschke, Alan, 717 Loblolly Drive, Anderson, SC Dwight, Arthur, 19 English Street, Sumter, SC Dyar, Joel, 2712 Lane Avenue, Anderson, SC Dyer, Vivian, PO Box 55, Simpsonville, SC Eadon, Joseph, 2400 Putnam Road, Columbia, SC Easterlin, George, PO Box 306, Bowman, SC Easterling, Donald, 315 17th Avenue North, Surfside Beach, SC Edge, Christina, 5C Yorktown Condominiums, Greenville, SC Edmonds, David, Route 1 Box 363, Williamston, SC Edmonds, Steven, 1404 Forest Lane, Anderson, SC Edwards, Donna, 1 1 1 Sedgefield Ct., Anderson, SC Edwards, Joseph, Route 3 PO Box 9 A, Marion, SC Edwards, John, 2507 Saxony Drive, Anderson, SC Edwards, Robert, Route 3 Box 396, Piedmont, SC Edwards, Sylvia, 1 1 1 Sedgefield, Anderson, SC Edwards, Tonie, 20 Blossom Drive, Greenville, SC Eleazer, Donald, 2402 Feather Run Trail, West Columbia, SC Elliott, Timothy, 1702 Millgate, Anderson, SC Ellis, Betty, Route 5 Box 592, Seneca, SC Ellis, Cathy, 115 Briarcliff Avenue, Abbeville, SC Ellis, Loraine, PO Box 1301, Clayton, GA Ellis, Mark, 608 Sherry Drive, Anderson, SC Ellison, Melissa, 7 Merrimac Sourt, Greenville, SC Ellison, Mark, Route 2 Box 355, Williamson, SC Elrod, Anna, Route 1, Pendleton, SC Elrod, Lesley, 21 1 Buckingham Road, Greenville, SC Elrod, Teresa, 203 Sumter Street, Anderson, SC England, Bridgette, 5795 Chamblee-Dun Rd., Dunwoody, GA Erwin, Thomas, 1 1 Rosemary Lane, Greenville, SC Estes, David, 224 Stoney Creek Drive, Greenville, SC Ethridge, Dorothy, Route 2 Agnew Road, STarr, SC Directory 173 Eubanks, Eurell, Edgewood Drive, Lyman, SC Evans, Charles, PO Box 367, Belton, SC Evans, Deborah, Route 2 Box 268, Abbeville, SC Evans, Laurie, Route 2, Abbeville, SC Evatt, Holly, 103 Charles Street, Laurens, SC Evatt, Michael, Route 1 Box 21 1, Seneca, SC Ewing, David, 802 Windy Hill Drive, Anderson, SC Fant, Margaret, 425 East Orr Street, Anderson, SC Farmer, Nathan, Route 12 Clearview Drive, Anderson, SC Farmer, Todd, 20 Sycamore Drive, Greenville, SC Farr, Jan, 16 Hunts Bridge Road, Greenville, SC Farr, Tony, Route 1 Box 111, Lyman, SC Fender, Kelli, PO Box 902, St. George, SC Ficklin, Melissa, 106 Washington Street, Clinton, SC Fields, Emmette, Route 1 Box 3324, Cordova, SC Finley, Jane, 1308 Anderson Street, Belton, SC Fleming, Judson, 27 White Oak Street, Walhalla, SC Floyd, Clarence, PO Box 602, Ridgeland, SC Fogarty, Anthony, 9 Beneta Ct., Savannah, GA Fogerty, Glen, 7153 Old Post Road, Boulder, CO Ford, Billy, 237 Kennsington Road, Taylors, SC Fortner, Willam, 313 Grigsby Avenue, Easley, SC Fortson, Donna, Route 1 Box 76 A, Salem, SC Fortune, Kimberly, 534 Little Creek Road, Spartanourg, SC Foster, Perry, 1746 East North Street, Greenville, SC Fousek, Anton, 232 Bedford Forest Ave, Anderson, SC Fraley, Jay, 506 Gregory Street, Timmonsville, SC Freeland, Thomas, 301 Hillpine Drive, Simpsonville, SC Freeman, Jeanna, Route 1 Box 324, Easley, SC Freeman, Melody, Route 1 Box 200 A, Williamston, SC Freeman, Tina, 4 Chickasaw, Drive, Greenville, SC Freeman, Lynn, 8047 White Horse Road, Greenville, SC Fretwell, Meg, PO Box 170 A, Williamston, SC Fricks, Robin, 7 Glenwood Avenue, Williamston, SC Fulbright, Donna, 450 Elmwood Drive, Spartanburg, SC Funchess, Sandra, PO Box 404, Iva, SC Furman, Williams, 800 Fayetteville Avenue, Bennettsville, SC Gaines, Ronnie, Route 1 Box JF 10, Starr, SC Gaither, Mark, 148 Park Drive, Decatur, GA Galphin, Leigh, 113 Karen Drive, Clemson, SC Gantt, Donna, 100 Buddin Street, Easley, SC Garcia, Delores, 112 Calvary Street, Greer, SC Garrett, Michael, Pine View Drive, Easley, SC Garrett, Martha, PO Box 5241, Anderson, SC Garrison, Barbara, Route 2 Box 339 B, Anderson, SC Garrison, Kimberly, Route 2 Box 464, Greenwood, SC Garrison, William, Route 2 Box 339 B, Anderson, SC Gary, Coleman, 707 West Greer Street, Honea Path, SC Germand, Angela, 109 Carolina Avenue, Seneca, SC Getsinger, Dennis, 423 Brook Forest Drive, Anderson, SC Gibbons, Edward, Route 3, Manning. SC Gibson, Joy, Route 3 Box 309, Anderson, SC Gibson, Kimberly, Route 5, Westminster, SC Gibson, Rhonda, PO Box 4465, Columbia, SC Gifford, Ellen, Box 115, Estill, SC Gillespie, Todd, 109 Brookwood Drive, Greenville, SC Gilreath, Antony, Route 12 Box 433, Anderson, SC Girardeau, Lisa, 8 North Harbor Drive, Greenville, SC Gladden, Joyce, Route 2 Bos 936, Donalds, SC Gleaton, Elizabeth, 1187 Woodbine S E, Orangeburg, SC Glenn, Sharon, 6 B Westview Heights Apt, Anderson, SC Glisson, John, 203 South Cedar, Andrews, SC Goff, Tonja, Route 1 Box 280, McCormick, SC Goodale, John, Route 1 Box 579, Chapin, SC Gore, George, Kings Road Dunes Section, Myrtle Beach, SC Gore, John, 410 Wildwood Trail, Myrtle Beach, SC Gore, Shelia, 8 Lombardi Lane, Hanahan, SC Gray, Jeannette, Route 2 Box 1110, Bleton, SC Gray, Jeffrey, Route 8 Box 295, Spartanburg, SC Gray, Patricia, Route 4 Box 139, Anderson, SC Gray, Timothy, 104 Camelback Road, Greenville, SC Green, Robert, PO Box 175, Iva, SC Greene, Richard, 301 Virginia Avenue, Cheraw, SC Gregory, Kelly, 100 Quail Drive, Spartanburg, SC Gressette, Cathey, Route 2 Box 335, Simpsonville, SC Griffin, Edwin, 212 East Durst Avenue, Greenwood, SC Griffin, Melinda, Route 2, Cameron, SC 174 Directory Griffin, Millicent, 511 West Fredricks St., Anderson, SC Griffin, Stephen, 101 Northampton Road, Anderson, SC Grimm, Robert, PO Box 417, Walhalla, SC Gromelski, Daniel, Route 1 Beaver Creek, Anderson, SC Gurley, Debbie, Route 1 Box 81, Bowersville, SC Hadaway, Randall, 200 Childress Circle, Greenville, SC Hadley, Todd, 5860 Woodvine Road, Columbia, SC Hall, George, 210 Hillcrest, Anderson, SC Hall, Lawson, Route 3 Box 594, Laurens, SC Hammond, Kelly, Route 7 Box 621, Easley, SC Hammond, Terry, 122 Montis Drive, Greenville, SC Hamrick, Jeffrey, 1 1 1 Cedarwood Park, Aiken, SC Hancock, Vernon, 1212 Sweetwater Road, Greenwood, SC Hankins, Harry, Route 1 Box 861, Pelzer, SC Harbin, Ceceilia, 1909 Linda Drive, Anderson, SC Harbin, Marty, 2006 College Avenue, Anderson, SC Harbin, Robin, 1312 Quail Valley West, Columbia, SC Hardigree, Nancy, 120 Athens Street, Hartwell, SC Hardy, Linda, 107 Tripp Street, Williamston, SC Harling, Peggy, 103 E Curtis Street, Simpsonville, SC Harnesberger, Brett, Route 7, Piedmont, SC Harper, James, 512 Third Street, Cheraw, SC Harrell, Pamela, 202 Highland Drive, Latta, SC Harris, Deborah, RT 6 c o Lou Elsie Watt, Anderson, SC Harris, Donald, Route 4 Country Lakes, Ealsey, SC Harris, John, 2 Robin Drive, Seneca, SC Harris, Jeannette, 208 Mulberry Avenue, Anderson, SC Harris, Timothy, RT 6 Flat Rock Box 61, Anderson, SC Harris, William, Route 2, Lavonia, GA Hart, Donna, 4327 Conrad Drive, Spartanburg, SC Hart, Lesia, 7661 Mendelwood Street, Charleston, SC Hartman, Joseph, Route 1 Box 118, Williamston, SC Hashe, Creed, Route 1 Box 501, Easley, SC Haulbrook, Kelly, 300 Hermiage Road, Greenville, SC Hawkins, Amy, Route 2 Box 380, Hartsville, SC Hawkins, Cindy, Route 12 Box 121, Anderson, SC Hawkins, Route 3 Box 250, Laurens, SC Hawkins, Karen, Route 4 Box 373, Easley, SC Hawkins, Kathy, Route 3 Box 240, Landrum, SC Hawkins, Patsy, 24 Spring Street, Lavonia, GA Hawley, William, 38 Heathwood Circle, Columbia, SC Hayes, Debbie, 408 High Valley Blvd., Greenville, SC Hayes, Jennifer, RT 1 BX 261 Mush Creek Road, Travelers Rest, SC Haynie, Reece, Route 1, Iva, SC Heard, Sandra, 803 Druid Hills Drive, Anderson, SC Heath, Marilyn, 1621 Mathis Ferry Road, Mt. Pleasant, SC Heatherly, Charles, Route 2 Box 163, Pelzer, SC Heaton, Aprile, 10 I Country Club Apts., Anderson, SC Hedgepath, Robert, RT 1 Old Williamston Rd., Anderson, SC Heide, Roger, 35 8 Del Norte Road, Greenville, SC Hembree, Lou Ann, 515 Forest Lane, Belton, SC Hench, Scott, 104 Concord Circle, Anderson, SC Henderson, Angela, Route 2 Box 224, Welford, SC Henderson, Gayle, 119 Pinewood Drive, Greer, SC Henderson, James, 223 Kings Way, Clemson, SC Henderson, Teresa, 1 1 Charing Cross Road, Taylors, SC Hendricks, David, Route 5 Box 226, Pickens, SC Hendricks, Timothy, Route 2 Box 711 B, Easley, SC Hendrix, Lee, 205 Preston Street, Easley, SC Hendrix, Nancy, 412 High Valley Road, Greenville, SC Henry, Mark 367 Wallingford Road, Cheshire, CT Herrin, Rita, Route 1 Box 215, Ridge Spring, SC Herring, Laura, Route 1 Cobb ' s Glen, Anderson, SC Herring, Sonya, PO Box 532, Hartwell, GA Herron, John, Route 1, Starr, SC Hickman, Alyce, Route 1 White Oak, Anderson, SC Higgins, Calvin, Route 1 Box 50 D, Williamston, SC Hightower, Donna, Route 2, Kershaw, SC Hill, Benjamin, Hill, James, Route 1, Piedmont, SC Hill, Penelope, Route 3, Iva, SC Hilley, Jacquelyn, 101 Carson Road, Seneca, SC Hills, Miriam, PO Box 637, Holly Hill, SC Hinson, Jeanette, 104 Amy Lane, Taylors, SC Hodge, Catherine, Lake Jemiki, Walhalla, SC Hodge, Susan, 603 North Almond Drive, Simpsonville, SC Hogg, Mary, 312 A South Main Street, Simpsonville, SC Holbrook, Jack, Route 2, Iva, SC Directory 175 Holbrook, James, 223 Whitehall Road, Anderson, SC Holcombe, Catherine, 5506 Garden Lake Drive, Greensboro, NC Holcombe, Virginia, PO Box 508, Liberty, SC Holland, Christopher, Route 1 Box 713, Pelzer, SC Holland, Jack, Route 1 Box 6 A, Fountain Inn, SC Holley, Danny, Route 1, McBee, SC Holley, Frankie, 3015 Alcove Drive, Scottdale, GA Hollingsworth, Annie, 306 Mitchell Road, Greenville, SC Honeycutt, Ernest, Route 10 Box 146, Anderson, SC Hood, Teresa, Route 3, Belton, SC Hooper, Derek, PO Box 38, Piedmont, SC Hoover, Katherine, PO Box 4465, Columbia, SC Hopkins, Lambert, 1217 Frink Street, Cayce, SC Horan, Michael, Route 1, Lavonia, GA Horger, Donna, 2872 Hillcrest Avenue, Orangeburg, SC Home, Glenda, 5823 Lakeview Drive, Hanahan, SC Horton, Laurie, Davis Station, SC Horton, Wayne, Route 1 Bonanza Circle, Piedmont, SC Horvath, William, 208 Libby Lane, Mauldin, SC Houk, David, 2511 Hyde Manor Dr., N.W. Atlanta, GA Howell, Joseph, 102 Greenbay Street, Walterboro, SC Howell, Roderick, PO Box 527, Andrews, SC Hudson, Jennifer, 100 Westview Street, Pickens, SC Hughes, Anna, PO Box 35, Cordova, SC Hughes, Alisa, 101 Cherryland Drive, Greenville, SC Huitt, Mark, Route 7 Box 154, Anderson, SC Hunter, Angela, Route 3 Box 289, Anderson, SC Hunter, Carole, 113 Pineview Drive, Easley, SC Hunter, Elke, Route 1 Country Place, Anderson, SC Hunter, Rhonda, Route 8 Box 68, Greenwood, SC Hyder, George, RT 2 Pearman Dairy Rd., Anderson, SC Hydrick, Kimberly, 123 Cedar Rock Road, Easley, SC Hydrick, Mark, 123 Cedar Rock Road, Easley, SC Isaacs, Wesley, 32 Baynard Cove Road, Hilton Head Island, SC Israel, Kelly, 3515 A White Horse Road, Greenville, SC Ivey, Rebecca, Route 5 Box 603, Gaffney, SC Jacks, Nancy, 8 Stewart Street, Williamston, SC Jackson, Alma, 607 New State Road, Cayce, SC Jackson, Mark, 411 Jordan Street, Hendersonville, NC Jackson, Richard, 315 Brockington Street, Manning, SC Jacobs, Fonda, Route 3 Box 917, Newberry, SC James, Cherly, Rt. 1 Saluda Lake Road, Greenville, SC James, Rebecca, Route One, West Union, SC Jameson, Valerie, 203 Jordan Drive, Easley, SC Jamison, Sandra, 604 Heyward Road, Anderson, SC Jeffcoat, Mary, Concord, Apts F 1, Anderson, SC Jenson, Patricia, Route 2 Box 104, Townville, SC Johnson, Andrea, Route 8 Sunrise Drive, Greer, SC Johnson, Angela, 100 Richfield Terrace, Greer, SC Johnson, Brenda, Rt 8 Leawood Ave. Box 601, Anderson, SC Johnson, Carol, Route 1 1 Bor 343, Greenville, SC Johnson, Cassandra, Rt 6 Johnson St., Box 79, Anderson, SC Johnson, Lisa, 209 Ashwood Avenue, Greenville, SC Johnson, Margaret, Route 1 1 Box 152, Anderson, SC Johnson, Richard, Route 2 Box 52, Duncan, SC Johnson, Richard, Route 8 Marlowe Road, Spartanburg, SC Johnson, Tryphenia, 733 Browning Drive, Charleston, SC Jones, Janet, Route 2 Box 175, Townville, SC Jones, Jennifer, 2362 Mary Drive, West Columbia, SC Jones, Timothy, Route 8 Old Spring Drive, Anderson, SC Jordan, Jimmie, 807 Piedmont Highway, Greenville, SC Jordan, Marlou, 4929 Bridle Path Lane, Greenville, SC Kay, Laura, Route 1 Box 6, Simpsonville, SC Kay Wendy, 142 Anita Drive, Spartanburg, SC Keaton, Ruth, Route 1 Anderson, SC Kelley, Glen, 519 West Quincy Road, Seneca, SC Kelley, Karen, Route 1 Box 132, Central, SC Kelly, John, 1101 Greenacres, Anderson, SC Kelly, Kimberly, Route 3 Box 251, Central, SC Kendrick, James, 545 Poplar Street, Spartanburg, SC Kennedy, Katherine, PO Box 398, Hemingway, SC Kennedy, William, 200 Pleasar Drive, Clemson, SC Kennemore, Debra, 1820 Curt. Drive, North Augusta, SC Keown, Tamaralyn, PO Box 332, Belton, SC Kilgore, Donna, PO Box 206, Iva, SC Kinard, Clark, Route 1 Box 2 Islandton, SC 176 Directory King, Richard, PO Box 303, Startex, SC Kirchner, Tom, 103 A Hollaway Street, Walhalla, SC Knight, Rodger, 44 H Tanglewood Apts., Anderson, SC Knox, Gracie, 247 Clinkscale Road, Seneca, SC Koger, Michael, 112 Sunnifield Drive, Williston, SC Kohlmayer, Kathleen, 2601 Woodridge Drive, Anderson, SC Krass, Richard, 19068 West Parsley Drive, St. Petersburg, FL Kuykendall, Robin, 1802 Sansbury Drive, Amderson, SC Labonge, Rosemary, PO 1414, Clemson, SC Labrador, Katherine, 1835 Cheltenham Lane, Columbia, SC Lackey, Joan, 314 Richbourg Road, Greenville, SC Lancaster, Jane, 7 Peachtree Lane, Gree, SC Lancianese, Maria, 122 Vanderbilt Circle, Greenville, SC Land, David, 1 Drexel Avenue, Greenville, SC Landreth, Lisa, 5 Etowah Drive, Greenville, SC Lane, Rande, 484 Wallace Drive, Charleston, SC Langston, Tracy, Route 3 Hammond Road, Simpsonville, SC Large, Troy, Plantation Apts. 22 B, Myrtle Beach, SC Larsen, Kimberly, Route 4 Box 641, Easley, SC Lathan, Brenda, Route 4 Box 155, Hartwell, SC Laughter, Cynthia, PO Box 475, Iva, SC Lawless, Mary, 1 1 Montieth Circle, Greenville, SC Lawrence, Charles, 303 Poinsettia Drive, Simpsonville, SC Lawrence, Melinda, 1098 Dixon Circle, Gainesville, GA Lawton, Wilma, 414 Ansel Avenue, Varnville, SC Leary, Katrina, 104 Acorn Drive, Anderson, SC Ledford, Lana, 209 Daniel Drive, Easley, SC Lee, John, Route 2 Box 206, Belton, SC Lee, Susan, Rout e 2 Box 34, Pendleton, SC Leighton, Susan, 5304 Eileen Street, Charleston Hgt, SC Lenning, Scott, Route 7, Greenville, SC Leroux, Lynda, Route 1 Box 609, Iva, SC Lewis, Keith, Route 3, Hartwell, GA Lewis, Sharon, 202 Sellwood Circle, Simpsonville, SC Liebenrood, John, 105 Ripple View Drive, Clemson, SC Ligon, James, Route 2, Pendleton, SC Lindsay, Deana, 116 Hillcrest Circle, Belton, SC Lindsey, Sarah, Route 3 Box 120 AA, Central SC Lingerfelr, David, Rt. 10 North Severn Circle, Easley, SC Livingston, Stanley, 104 Roundleaf Ct., Peachtree City, GA Lockaby, William, Route 1 Box 111, Pendleton, SC Locke, Teresa, Rt. 1 Pine Top RD., Belton, SC Lollis, Tommy, 203 Shadecrest, Mauldin, SC Long, Cynthia, 89 Greenwich Drive, Walhalla, SC Long, James, 406 Loblolly Drive, Anderson, SC Long, Lorie, PO Box 754, Ridgeland, SC Long, Patricia, PO Box 1981, Anderson, SC Looper, Thomas, Route 2 Box 436, Marietta, SC Love, Rita, 829 Robbins Circle, Chester, SC Lowe, Rebecca, PO Box 385, Belton, SC Lowie, Janice, Route 3 Box 438, Seneca, SC Lynch, Cindy, Route 7 Box 584, Easley, SC Lynch, Donna, Route 7 Box 584, Easley, SC Lynch, Thomas, 125 Fort Rutledge Road, Clemson, SC Lyons, Barbara, Route 3 Box 148, Abbeville, SC Madden, Gina, Route 2, Hartwell, GA Madden, Patsy, Route 2, Belton, SC Madden, Mark, 134 Timmons Street, Columbia, SC Malkiewicz, Michael, PO Box 355, Summerton, SC Malstrom, Edwin, Massingale TR PK 14, Clemson, SC Mangum, John, 109 Mason Drive, Cheraw, SC Manly, Pamela, Rt. 9 Box 244 Cloverdale, Anderson, SC Mann, Kathy, Route 2 Harris Street, Greenville, SC Manning, Stephanie, 220 Talmadge Drive, Spartanburg, SC Marchesse, Michelle, 205 Timberlake Rd., Anderson, SC Marston, Ronald, 733 Knollwood Road, Rock Hill, SC Martin, Brenda, PO Box 101, Central, SC Martin, David, Route 12 Box 422 B, Anderson, SC Martin, Deana, PO Box 86, Hull, GA Martin, Forrest, 415 Patterson Drive, Myrtle Beach, SC Martin, Judy, 501 North Street, Anderson, SC Martin, Louellen, RT 4 Box 514, Seneca, SC Martin, Lizzie, 818 East Market Street, Anderson, SC Martin, Marilyn, 506 E. Calhoun Street, Anderson, SC Martin, Mary, Route 2 Box 222, Directory 177 Pendleton, SC Martin, Roslyn, 206 Clavert Avenue, Clinton, SC Martin, William, 248 Mariner ' s Row, Columbia, SC Mason, Thomas, 110 Bleckley Avenue, Greenville, SC Massengale, Michael, 104 Oak Forest Drive, Greer, SC Massingill, Robin, 104 Pine Street, Easley, SC Mathis, Kathye, PO Box 268, Belton, SC Matthews, Jennifer, 145 Folger Street, Clemson, SC Matthews, Samuel, Route 1, Pendleton, SC Mauldin, Joan, 104 Chandler, Hartwell, SC Maxwell, Christopher, West Broad Ext., Iva, SC McAlister, Evie, PO Box 441, Hemingway, SC McAulay, John, 222 Rama, Lexington, SC McBride, James, Route 1, Iva, SC McCall, Andrea, Route 1 Box 1 16, Tamassee, SC McCalla, John, PO Box 611, Iva, SC McCardle, Stephen, 4401 loodleigh Road, Columbia, SC McClain, Samuel, Route 2 Dallas Road, Donalds, SC McClain, William, 1613 Rogers Road, Anderson, SC McConnell, James, 4813 Faulkland Road, Columbia, SC McMonnel, Karen, Route 4 Box 446, Seneca, SC McCrary, Joel, Route 1 Gabriel Drive, Greenville, SC McCrary, Allison, 25 Fenwick Lane, Greenville, SC McCullough, Joseph, Route 13 Box 25, Snderson, SC McCurley, Donna, Route 1 1 Box 68, Anderson, SC McCurry, Mary, RT 3 Box 344, Iva, SC McDaniel, Jacqueline, 215 Cowan Court, Greenville, SC McDonald, Amy, 2312 Academy Ct., Camden, SC McDonald, Lisa, 1510 Freshfield Drive, Elberton, GA McFaddin, Elizabeth, 25 Thelma Drive, Sumter, SC McGaha, Kathy, Route 2, Honea Path, SC McGee, Kenneth, Route 2, Starr, SC McGee, Toni, 1405 Old Golf Course Rd., Elberon, GA McGill, Whitney, PO Box 5411, Anderson, SC McGuinn, James, Route 1 Box 37 C, Mill Spring, NC Mcintosh, Jane, 2216 Willow Place, Anderson, SC McJunkin, Scott, 112 Traylors Gate Circle, Irmo, SC McKenzie, Joan, 102 Maple, Andrews, SC McKinley, Harold, PO Box 1615, Anderson, SC McKinley, Kerri, 3207 Severn Street, Anderson, SC McKinney, Sheryl, Route 12 Marsha Lane, Anderson, SC McKinney, Melissa, Route 12 Box 107, Anderson, SC McLamb, Thurmon, Box 67, Little River, SC McLane, Amy, 211 Roundrock Lane, Anderson, SC McLane, Daneen, Route 4 Box 75, Hartwell, GA McLane, Jan, Route 4 Box 31, Hartwell, GA McLane, Millie, 211 Round Rock Lane, Anderson, SC McLaurin, David, Route 1 Box 227 C, Irmo, SC McMahan, Jama, 117 Birchwood Drive, Greenville, SC McManus, Julie, PO Box 356, Lancaster, SC McNamara, Michael, 603 Pelham Road, Greenville, SC Mears, Joye. Route 1 Box 304, McCormick, SC Medlin, Paula, Route 1 Country Villa, West Union, SC Mentis, George, 403 Ponce Deleon Drive, Anderson, SC Merek, Tammy, PO Box 144, Westminister, SC Mikell, Kathryn, Fourth PO Box 236, Estill, SC Miller, Cheri, 106 Poplar Drive, Greenwood, SC Miller, Gloria, PO Box 4465, Columbia, SC Miller, Leigh, RT10 Oakwood Estates Dr., Anderson, SC Miller, Paula, 213 Camelot Road, Clemson, SC Mills, Rufus, Route 2 Box 94, Fletcher, NC Mimms, Michael, 203 Railroad Avenue, St. George, SC Minyard, Lisa, Country Club Apts % B, Anderson, SC Mitchell, Mary, 15 Merimac Ct., Greenville, SC Mitchell, Susan, Route 1, Belton, SC Mitchell, Teresa, 226 West Castle Road, Greenville, SC Moffett, David, Route 2 Box 186, Andrews, SC Moise, Gregory, 19 English Street, Sumter, SC Moody, Ann, Route 2, Honea Path, SC Moody, Raquel, PO Box 192, Williamston, SC Moody, Robert, 1419 Mill Street, Camden, SC Moody, Shane, Route 14 Greenlake Drive, Greenville, SC Moon, Betty, 105 Briarwood Drive, Belton, SC Moon, Donna, Route 10 Lakewood Drive, Anderson, SC Moore, Amanda, Route 3 Box 107, Abbeville, SC Moore, Ashley, 13 Waverly Court, Greenville, SC Moore, Daniel, 1618 Chapman Drive, Anderson, SC Moore, Karen, Route 2, Belton, SC Moran, Susan, 1275 South 178 Directory Barksdale Rd., Mt. Pleasant, SC Morgan, Leigh, 1100 Greenacres, Anderson, SC Morris, Annette, PO Box 383, Bethera, SC Morris, Robim, 113 Wilson Street, Greer, SC Morris, Catherine, Route 4 Box 127, Hartwell, GA Morris, Deborah, 315 South Fourth Street, Seneca, SC Morton, Lynne, 19 Ramblewood Lane, Greenville, SC Mullinax, Scott, PO Box 164, Lyman, SC Munson, John, 49 Richwood Drive, Greenville, SC Murdock, Benjamin, 701 North Catherine St., Walhalla, SC Mustin, Charles, 6 Pine Creek Court, Greenville, SC Myers, Mary, 605 Marshall Road, Greenwood, SC Myzell, Susan, RT 1 Box 168 B, Ridgeville, SC Nabors, Peggi, 5 Nix Circle, Greenville, SC Nalley, William, 726 Lansdownw Road, Charlotte, NC Nash, Tonya, PO Box 5403, Anderson, SC Nations, Michael, Route 7 Box 346, Easley, SC Neal, Jerry, 308 Kingsley Road, Anderson, SC Nelson, William, PO Box 43, Lowndesville, SC Newell, Terrie, 2809 Wood Ridge Drive, Anderson, SC Newman, Robbie, PO Box 426, Bethune, SC Newton, Delia, 300 Meredith, Central, SC Nichols, Francis, 701 Chestnut Street, Clinton, SC Nimmer, Stephen, 31 1 Lancelot Drive, Clemson, SC Nissen, John, 812 Withlacoochie Avenue, Marion, SC Nivens, Kim, Route 1, Moore, SC Nixon, Paula, Route 2 Greenview Drive, Anderson, SC Norris, Anita, PO Box 22, Belton, SC Norwood, John, 711 Pelham Road, Greenville, SC O ' Neal, Vivian, Route 8, Easley, SC Olive, Kevyn, 210 Warwick Street, Anderson, SC Oliver, Barry, 1096 Aaron Street, Orangeburg, SC Orbann, Lorie, 101 Moore Court, Simpsonville, SC Orn, Lisa, Route 1 Box 146, Tamassee, SC Ouzts, Rhonda, 503 Gray Street, Edgefield, SC Ouzts, Tracey, 213 Piedmont Avenue, Greenwood, SC Owen, John, Route 2 Box 687, Williamston, SC Owens, Celeste, 117 Wise Drive, Sumter, SC Owings, Tina, Route 1 Box 307, Inman, SC Ozmint, Kelley, 1300 Hanover Road, Anderson, SC Page, Alisha, Route 4, Abbeville, SC Painter, James, Route 8 Box 1 17, Inman, SC Palmer, Jacqueline, PO Box 295, Walhalla, SC Panis, Gregory, 8019 Spartan Drive, Youngstown, OH Parasho, Jimmy, 712 Woodlake Road, Anderson, SC Parker, Delma, 1716 Kennedy Drive, Camden, SC Parrott, Melanie, 207 Ravensworth Road, Taylors, SC Partrich, Walter, 106 Rustic Court, Columbia, SC Payne, Stephanie, 105 Dalewood Drive, Simpsonville, SC Peebles, Amanda, PO Box 484, Duncan, SC Pepper, Barry, Route 7 Box 262, Easley, SC Perry, Brian, 102 Candlewood Court, Mauldin, SC Perry, Ira, 4 River Oaks Drive, Greenville, SC Perry, Nancy, 104 Fox Creek Road, Anderson, SC Phillips, Rose, 219 Polaris Street, Anderson, SC Pickens, Phillip, 500 Timberlane, Anderson, SC Pierce, Darryl, Route 2 Box 445, Marietta, SC Pike, Melissa, 203 Simpson Drive, Anderson, SC Pittman, Kathy, Route 5 Montgomery St., Greenville, SC Pitts, Frank, 139 Tanglewood Drive, Anderson, SC Pitts, Sabrina, 6 New Haven Drive, Greenville, SC Plummer, Pamela, RT 1 Box 243, Clio, SC Plyler, Tammera, 321 Plantation Road, Lancaster, SC Poole, Amy, 4314 Autumn Leaves Trail, Decatur, AL Poole, Frances, 4314 Autumn Leaves Trail, Decatur, AL Poole, Jack, Route 1 Box 67 A, Buchanan, GA Porter, Selma, 109 McGee Street, Fort Mill, SC Powell, Angie, PO Box 204, Pickens, SC Powell, Sandra, 610 Marshall Avenue, Anderson, SC Powers, Jan, 2221 Cherry Street, Georgetown, SC Powers, Paulette, 1 1 Bainbridge Drive, Charleston, SC Presher, Rita, Route 12 Keith Drive, Anderson, SC Pressley, Jennifer, 220 Belton Drive, Williamston, SC Price, Kenneth, 212 Ponce Deleon Drive, Anderson, SC Price, Tarra, 101 Eastover Drive, Greer, SC Price, Travis, Route 2 Box 326, Effingham, SC Price, Thomas, Route 7 Kenneth Drive, Anderson, SC Director I 79 Pruitt, LaDonna, Route 3 Cambridge Drive, Spartanburg, SC Purcell, Douglas, 618 Skyline Drive, Toccoa, GA Quattlebaum, William, Route 1 Box 79, Williamston, SC Ragan, Gregory, 2 Juanita Court, Greenville, SC Ragsdale, Billy, PO Box 554, Honea Path, SC Rathod, Dhruv, 358-A, 14 Rd. KHAR, Bombay 52, India Ratliff, Tena, PO Box 11892, Columbia, SC Rawlins, James, 328 West Earle Street, Greenville, SC Rawlins, Lee, 61 Turtle Creek, Greenville, SC Ray, Richard, Route 5, Anderson, SC Ray, Victoria, 104 Rollingwood Drive, Taylors, SC Ray, Verna, Route 1, Townville, SC Read, Kathleen, Route 1 Box 115, Iva, SC Reece, Kimberly, 104 Sandra Lane, Seneca, SC Reed, Tami, 1 1 Anderson Street, Pelzer, SC Reeves, Thomas, 141 Hillbrook Drive, Spartanburg, SC Reid, Jane, 300 Shannon Drive, Greenville, SC Reid, Paula, Route 4 Del-Riso Drive, Easley, SC Reilly, William, 71 Willcrest Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY Reprogle, Linda, Route 1 Box 359, Pelzer, SC Reynolds, Pamela, 1 1 Cavendish Close, Taylors, SC Rice, Cecilia, Route 1, Fountain Inn, SC Rice, Cynthia, 1780 Crestline Court, Atlanta, GA Rice, Charles, Route 2 Box 91, Anderson, SC Rich, Elizabeth, 402 Ponce Deleon Drive, Anderson, SC Richburg, Elvia, 101 Pumpkin Lane, Sumter, SC Richey, April, Route 1 Brock Circle, Honea Path, SC Richey, Sandra, Box 38 Third Street, La France, SC Riddle, Rena, Route 1 Box 110, Bowman, SC Rimmer, Dugger, 112 M. Rosemary Avenue, Andrews, SC Risner, Elaine, 325 Ellen Street, Hartwell, GA Ritter, Johnelle, 1863 Maxwell Place, Orangeburg, SC Rivers, Lynn, 2831 Burney Drive, Columbia, SC Roache, Becky, Route 1 Box 394, Williamston, SC Roberds, Catherine, 108 Brookwood Lane, Clemson, SC Roberdson, Jane, 113 Nelson Circle, Manning, SC Roberts, John, 104 Marion Street, Anderson, SC Roberts, Mark, 227 West Bridge Street, St. Matthew, SC Robertson, Jacqueline, PO Box 8296, Greenville, SC Robertson, Stanley, Route 8 Box 1 15, Inman, SC Robinson, Donald, Route 1 Box 31, Lyman, SC Robnett, James, 7720 Dartmoore Lane, Columbia, SC Robosson, Mark. 705 Cureton Street, Camden, SC Rogers, Benjamin, Route 3 Box 577, Easley, SC Rogers, Lisa, PO Box 103, Williamston, SC Rogers, Russell, 602 Sherry Drive, Anderson, SC Rosenkampff, Frederick, PO Box 1358, Shelby, NC Rothery, Lorenzo, Route 2 Box 604, Donalds, SC Rowland, Kenny, PO Box 744, Anderson, SC Rozakos, Mrk, RT 1 Hillside Church RD, Fountain Inn, SC Rozier, Margaret, Route 1 Box 750, Lakeview, SC Rozier, Patsy, Route 1 Box 337, Hardeeville, SC Rucker, Eldora, 411 Thomas Street, Anderson, SC Rumsey, Kelly, Route 2 Kelijon Farm, Hartwell, GA Rush, Elizabeth, 727 Springlake Road, Columbia, SC Ryan, Mary, Wise Street, Trenton, SC Salines, Rene, General Delivery, Iva, SC Sanders, Amy, Route 2 Box 145 A, Jefferson, SC Sanders, Willis, 113 Henry Avenue, Anderson, SC Sands, Andrew, 226 Moultrie Square, Anderson, SC Satterfield, Melody, RT 3 Box 440 A, Clinton, SC Saxon, Daniel, PO Box 171, Ridgeland, SC Saxton, Douglas, 1208 Hanover Road, Anderson, SC Sayer, Debra, 602 Concord Avenue, Anderson, SC Schmitt, Janet, 200 Whittlin ' Way, Taylors, SC Sciotto, David, 2033 Foxfire Road, Anderson, SC Scott, James, 316 Lipscomb Street, Marion, SC Seale, Elizabeth, 128 Bridgeton Drive, Greenville, SC Seawright, Cathy, Route 3, Hartwell, GA Segars, Leslie, 7662 Lady Street, Charleston Hgt, SC Sexton, Caroline, Route 1 Box 44, Lyman, SC Sharpe, Lisa, 204 Vega Lane, Greer, SC Sharpton, William, 603 Parkview Drive, Laurens, SC Shaw, Sandra, Route 2, Starr, SC Shealy, Kimberly, PO Box 480, La France, SC Shealy, Margaret, 202 West Fernwood Road, Simpsonville, SC Shelton, John, 914 Stanton 180 Directory Drive, North Augusta, SC Sheriff, Stanley, Route 5 Box 459, Seneca, SC Shirley, Angela, Route 2 Green Forest Dr., Anderson, SC Shonka, Peter, 204 Charleston Avenue, Clemson, SC Simmons, Cynthia, 211 Bedford Forest, Anderson, SC Simmons, Debra, 116 Anderson Avenue, Anderson, SC Simmons, Sandra, 112 Swan Drive, Summerville, SC Simpson, Barbara, 1204 Hanover Road, Anderson, SC Simpson, Marcus, 22 D Mountain View Homes, Greenville, SC Singleton, James, 1309 Saville Street, Georgetown, SC Singleton, Jeffrey, 402 Dickinson Street, Bamberg, SC Singleton, Wynette, 206 Palmetto Parkway, Belton, SC Skinner, James, 1012 Sheringham Court, Kingsport, TN Skinner, Suzette, 217 Hamilton Street, Williamston, SC Slater, Leah, 208 Ponce De Leon Drive, Anderson, SC Slice, Carole, 2518 McKinley Drive, Anderson, SC Sloan, Candace, 15 Drake Street, Pelzer, SC Sloan, Steven, PO Box 336, Pendleton, SC Smith, Angela, Route 2 Box 393, Walhalla, SC Smith, Carl, 106 Florida Circle, Easley, SC Smith, Cynthia, 216 Sumter Street, Anderson, SC Smith, Cathi, 706 Fairview Street, Fountain Inn, SC Smith, Dawn, Route 2 Box 729, Donalds, SC Smith, Donna, PO Box 246, Belton, SC Smith, Julia, Route 1 Box 622, Pelzer, SC Smith, Jill, 107 Berea Drive, Greenville, SC Smith, Joel, Route 9 Box 437 A, Anderson, SC Smith, Kimberly, 112 Pawnww Drive, Spartanburg, SC Smith, Linda, Route 3 Box 21, Laurens, SC Smith, Nathan, 104 Northway Drive, Easley, SC Smith, Sherry, Route 2 Box 186 D, Salem, SC Smith, Sonja, 211 Bluff Drive, Greenville, SC Smith, Suzanne, Route 2, Donalds, SC Smoak, Lee, 1509 North Rhett, No. Charleston, SC Smoak, Suzanne, Route 9 North Parker Road, Greenville, SC Snipes, Daniel, Route 1, Pendleton, SC Southerland, Sara, 503 Heyward, Anderson, SC Sox, Luanne, Route 6 Box 345 A, Columbia, SC Sparkman, Teresa, 6502 White Horse Road, Greenville, SC Sparks, Angela, PO Box 418, Ridgeland, SC Spencer, Jeff, 211 Devon Drive, Mauldin, SC Speraw, Stacy, 400 Tiffany Drive, Anderson, SC Sprouse, Nancy, 224 Anita Drive, Spartanburg, SC Stamey, Richard, 7 Wallingford Road, Greenville, SC Stannard, Lisa, 237 Balfer Drive, Greenville, SC Stegall, Susan, 3903 Liberty Road, Anderson, SC Stephens, Barbara, PO Box 237, West Gnion, SC Stevens, Gregory, PO Box 331, Honea Path, SC Stevenson, Denise, 1236 Hillside Drive, Hanahan, SC Stevenson, Donny, Route 3 Box 295, Seneca, SC Stiles, Julie, 312 Perry Avenue, Simpsonville, SC Stone, Jacqueline, Route 10 Quail Hollow, Anderson, SC Stone, Sherri, 7 Hindman Street, West Pelzer, SC Strickland, Bonita, 906 Nancy Drive, Hartwell, GA Strickland, Glenda, 1212 South Murray Avenue, Anderson, SC Stringer, Andrew, Route 8 Broadway Lake, Anderson, SC Stringer, Ernest, Route 7 Viewmont Drive, Greenville, SC Stroud, John, Route 3, Abbeville, SC Stroupe, Lorie, 108 Connecticut Drive, Greenville, SC Struthers, Greg, 224 Loch Road, Columbia, SC Sturgis, Jeffrey, 209 Wilmington Road, Greenville, SC Stutt, Karen, Route 2 Box 202, Roebuck, SC Styles, Susan, 215 Farr ' s Bridge Road, Greenville, SC Sullivan, Hampton, Route 2 Box 100, Starr, SC Sullivan, Paula, 307 North Meadow Drive, Manning, SC Summey, Deborah, 104 Beth Drive, Greenville, SC Sutherland, Norris, 116 Whitten Road, Pelzer, SC Sutherland, Paul, 106 Looper Road, Pelzer, SC Swinford, Dana, 101 Brook wood Drive, York, SC Talmadge, Mary, 506 Allenby Road, Ander son, SC Tankersley, Marion, Route 1, Marietta, SC Taylor, Edward, 1000 Wisteria Drive, Florence SC Taylor, Eric, PO Box 1178, Greenwood, SC Taylor, James, 209 Bonita Drive, Easley, SC Taylor, James, Route 2 Dogwood Drive, Duncan, SC Taylor, Janna, 12 Jaynes Street, Walhalla, SC Taylor, Michael, Route 7 Box 677, Easley, SC Directory 181 Taylor, Michael, Rt 2, Williamston, SC Taylor, Nancy, 2705 Bellview Road, Anderson, SC Teague, Barry, PO Box 194, Slater, SC Ten Eick, Carol, 104 Botany Road, Greenville, SC Thacker, Don, 203 Rhodehaven Drive, Anderson, SC Thackston, Jerome, 102 Bramlett Street, Simpsonville, SC Thomas, Eric, 220 O ' Dell Street, Liberty, SC Thomas, John, 108 Snowden, Sumter, SC Thomas, Steve, 202 Pine Street, Fort Mill SC Thompson, Aretha, 17 West Fleming Street, Ware Shoals, SC Thompson, Clay, 2208 Willow Place, Anderson, SC Thompson, Cheryl, Route 1 Little Valley Drive, Piedmont, SC Thompson, Denise, 14 E. Fairview Gdns, Apts., Anderson, SC Thompson, Kimberly, Route 1 Box 56, Seneca, SC Thompson, Robert, 1002 North Main Street, Marion, SC Thompson, Robert, Route 8 Box 444, Anderson, SC Thompson, Stephen, 1111 Southwood Street, Anderson, SC Threatt, Angela, 1922 Harper Street, Newberry, SC Timmerman, Deborah, Route 4, Abbeville, SC Timms, Keith, 310 River Street, Belton, SC Tinsley, Donna, 303 Grace Avenue, Easley, SC Tinsley, Erik, 237 Kingway, Clemson, SC Tolar, John, 3719 Oakleaf Road, Columbia, SC Tolbert, Robert, 29 Doncaster Road, Cherry Hill, NJ Tollison, Jon, PO Box 5293, Anderson, SC Tomson, Chester, 2218 Pineridge N.E., Orangeburg, SC Tribble, Joyce, 613 Holly Hill, Anderson, SC Trotter, Eva, Route 3 Box 611, Piedmont, SC Truluck, John, 2581 Spring Valley Cr., Orangeburg, SC Tucker, Michael, 503 Jeb Stuart Avenue, Anderson, SC Tucker, Toni, 206 McDade Avenue, Greer, SC Tumblin, Terri, Route 3 Box 297, Fountain Inn, SC Turner, Mark, 110 Heritage Dr. Apt. 1 A, Anderson, SC Turner, Rosanne, 207 Smith Avenue, New Ellenton, SC Tyler, James, 500 Wildwood Drive, Anderson, SC Van Deventer, David, 6 Vassar Drive, Charleston, SC Vaughan, Gayle, PO Box 95, Belton, SC Vaughan, Thomas, 301 Williamsburg Drive, Anderson, SC Verbeck, Linda, 106 Clarendon Drive, Anderson, SC Vernon, Leonard, 407 Mills Avenue, Greenville, SC Vevon, Loren, 973 Travers Drive, Charleston, SC Vickery, David, Broadwell Mill RD, RT 13, Anderson, SC Vickery, Donna, RT 48 Box 61 Roberts Church Road, Anderson, SC Vickery, Rhonda, RT 2 Green Forest Drive, Anderson, SC Vinson, Janet, 1220 Taylors Road, Taylors, SC Voyles, Elizabeth, 403 East Street, Greensboro, GA Wade, John, Route 1, Greer, SC Wade, Randall, 29 Dagenham Drive, Greenville, SC Waits, Darrell, Route 1, Abbeville, SC Waldron, Frances, 402 Pine Street, Clinton, SC Walker, Benjamin, 118 Griffen, Belton, SC Walker, Hazel, 107 Abbott Street, Seneca, SC Walker, James, North Craft Street, Wellford, SC Wallace, Sandra, RT 7 BX 433 E. Dodd Lane, Spartanburg, SC Wallis, Sheri, RT 10 Edgewater Way, Anderson, SC Walls, Curtis, 404 Carver Street, Anderson, SC Walters, Susan, Box 66 Hwy 17, Martin, GA Ward, Alan, 507 Loblolly Drive, Anderson, SC Ward, Donald, Route 1 Box 219, Irmo, SC Ward, Deanna, 434 Chestnut Street, Laurens, SC Ward, David, Route 3 Box 485, Piedmont, SC Ward, Patti, Route 6 Box 132, Anderson, SC Ward, Steven, Route 3 Box 485, Piedmont, SC Wardlaw, Deborah, Route 9 Box 267 C, Anderson, SC Wardlaw, Pamela, 607 Owen Drive, Anderson, SC Warner, Elizabeth, 407 Challendon Drive, Columbia, SC Watkins, Angela, 1 1 1 Pine Tree Lake, Anderson, SC Watkins, William, Box 344, Liberty, SC Watson, Patricia, 716 Pine Springs Road, Columbia, SC Watson, Teresa, 410 High Valley Blvd., Greenville, SC Watson, Thomas, Route 4, Easley, SC Watts, Charles, 326 Perry Avenue, Simpsonville, SC Way, Charles, Route 1 Box 147, Branchville, SC Weathers, Jacqueline, 124 Hillcrest Circle, Belton, SC Weaver, Donna, Route 2 Box 112, Kinards, SC 182 Directory Weaver, Jennifer, PO Box 717, HollyHill, SC Weaver, William, Box 2524, Anderson, SC Webb, James, Box 1, Lodge, SC Webber, Sharon, 333 Woodridge Road, Edgefield NC Welborn, Barbara, PO Box 706, Pickens, SC Welborn, Frances, Route Pickens Drive, Pendleton, SC Welborn, James, Route 1 Box 147, Pendleton, SC Welborn, Sara, Route 1 Highway 81, Anderson, SC Welch, Donald, 942 Shetland CT, Mt. Pleasant, SC Wentzky, Donna, Route 6 Box 247, Anderson, SC West, Libbie, PO Box 143, Travelers Rest, SC Whaley, Raymond, 80 E. George Legare, Charleston, SC Whaley, Thayer, 1224 Forestwood Drive, Charleston, SC Wham, Donald, 5 Flamingo Drive, Greenville, SC Wheeler, Teresa, Route 3 Box 247, Anderson, SC Whidder, Kimberly, 2106 Chancellory Lane, Charleston, SC White, Cynthia, Route 3 Box 360, Piedmont, SC White, Diane, Route 2 Box 326, Aiken, SC White, Elizabeth, 10253 Seville Drive, Richmond, VA White, Wanda, 1 14 Fairview Avenue, Hartwell, GA Whitmire, Jerry, Route 1 Box 171, Pendleton, SC Wilhelm, Randall, 102 Berry Street, Clemson, SC Wilhite, Pamela, Route 3 Sardis Road, Hartwell, GA Williams, Angela, 424 Stark Street, Anderson, SC Williams, Diane, Green Valley Estates, Greenville, SC Williams, David, 103 Horton Street, Greenville, SC Williams, Francina, 318 Pickens Street, Columbia, SC Williams, Lisa, PO Box 784, Greenwood, SC Williams, Lewis, Box 88, Lavonia, GA Williams, Robert, Route 3 Box 114 X, Prospeirty, SC Williams, Terry, PO Box 406, Granite Falls, NC Williamson, Lori, 303 East Franklin Street, Anderson, SC Williamson, Nigel, 26 A. Country Club, Anderson, SC Willis, Mark, 203 Farrow Circle, Fountain Inn, SC Wilson, Allyson, 714 Woodlake Road, Anderson, SC Wilson, Eleanor, 108 Julian Court, Easley, SC Wilson, Gina, Route 2 Box 139, Ninety Six, SC Wilson, George, 2401 Greenfield Drive, Anderson, SC Wilson, Jimmie, Route 2, Honea Path, SC Wilson, Linda, RT 2 Box 131 Tamassee Dr., Seneca, SC Wilson, Robert, 813 Regents Drive W., Mobile, AL Wilson, Sheila, 102 Wexford Drive, Taylors, SC Wilson, Sheri, 317 Corning Street, Anderson, SC Winchester, Mark, Route 4 Pine Lane, Pickens, SC Winchester, Mary, PO Box 89, Townville, SC Witherspoon, Hubert, 1 I 1 Sherwood Drive, Conway, SC Wood, Michael, 9 Village Road, Sea Girt, NJ Wood, Sharon, Route 13 Box 286, Anderson, SC Woodruff, James, PO Box 204, Norris, SC Wooten, Sharon, 204 Brookforest Drive, Anderson, SC Wooten, Todd, 1500 N. Woodstream Road, Columbia, SC Worrell, Dana, 9 Brewster Drive, Taylors, SC Wright, Hilda, 235 Bynum Street, St. Matthews, SC Wright, Janet, Route 3 Box 592, Piedmont, SC Wright, Margaret, 900 Belk Drive, Anderson, SC Wyatt, Elizabeth, 101 Verdin Drive, Mauldin, SC Wyatt, Sheila, Route 1 Box 393 A, Williamston, SC Wynn, Jonas, 816 Connor Avenue, Hendersonville, NC Yancey, Jonathan, 8 Deerwood Circle, Simpsonville, SC Yeargin, 605 Ashwood Drive, Anderson, SC Yockel, Vincent, Box 293, Batesburg, SC Young, Catherine, Route 7 Westwood Estates, Piedmont, SC Young, Lauren, 319 East Roosevelt Drive, Anderson, SC Dn.-i t..i IH Last Words The 1982 Columns is dedicated to you, the students of Anderson College. It is a book that we hope you will cherish. Your college years are years to remember and we hope we have captured those special moments at AC. in our publication. Many thanks go out after our comple- tion of this book, especially to the Columns staff for all their hard work: To Monica Allen who designed the con- temporary columns on the cover and divi- sion pages. To Mary Mitchell who led the team of student photographers. To Debbie Summey who planned the layouts. To Dorothy Ethridge who edited the reams of copy. To Chuck Lawrence whose willingness to help got us through some deadlines. To Mr. Lawrence Webb for his advice, patience, and guidance. And mainly we want to thank you the students for making this year at Anderson College a year to remember. We hope that this publication of the 1982 Columns has collected the fond memories of social activities, academics, and the spiritual unity shared at Anderson College. Mark And Joye HOMECOMING 186 FOUNDER ' S DAY 188 HONORS DAY 189 WHO ' S WHO 190 NEW PRESIDENT 194 DEAN ' S COP 195 SPORTS UPDATE 196 SPRING DRAMA 198 OOPS PAGE 199 ALUMNI 200 GRADUATION AWARDS 201 GARDUATION 203 1IK«« 1982 Homecoming Queen — Margaret Byrd Margaret Byrd was chosen 1982 Homecoming Queen. She was picked from a group of eight girls. Jan Farr, Cathy Beale, Lorrie Orbann, Peggy Harling, Dana Swinford, Thayer Wha- ley, and Delaine Wilson formed the court. The Queen was crowned by Scott Lenning, SGA President, and Dean Dick Franklin presented her with six red roses. Miss Byrd served as Miss Freshman and Miss Sopho- more. A Homecoming Valentine dance was held on the Friday before the ball game. The dance was at the National Guard Armory, and the music was provided by " The Steps " . The 1982 Homecoming Queen — Miss Marga ret Byrd. Homecoming court: Jan Farr, Cathy Beale, Lorie Orbann, Margaret Byrd, Peggy Harling, Dana Swinford, Thayer Whaley, and Delaine Wilson. 1 86 Homecoming Margaret Byrd and her escort Ken Alexander walk away after she is crowned Dean Franklin awards Margaret Byrd a kiss as well as roses. ■1 John McAulay and Tina Owings enjoy the Homecoming dance. Susan Coleman, student activities director, serves This group seems to be having a lot of fun. punch at the dance. Homecoming 187 Anderson College Founder ' s Day Anderson College Founder ' s Day Founder ' s Day was observed February 17 with State Senator Elizabeth Johnston Patterson as convocation speaker. Mrs. Patterson, daugh- ter of the late CIS. Senator and Mrs. Olin D. Johnston, traced highlights of the College ' s his- tory in her speech. The college library is named in honor of Mrs. Patterson ' s parents. Other highlights of the day included a lun- cheon and paintings by current art classes based on photographs from earlier years at the College. Alumni Coordinator Betty McClellan (r) looks over an Art Department reproduction of a scene from 1922 with Louise Kellett (I), a 1943 graduate on the board of directors who is in textile related business; and Pat Scott, a friend of the College. Darryl Pierce, Gail Trotter, and Scott Cudd look over student artists ' impression of an old dorm. Roy C McCall, Jr , trustee chairman, is served the first slice of Founder ' s Day cake by Mrs Ralph Rogers who has baked a cake for the occasion for several years Mrs Ada Powell Meeks, alumna and currently AC ' S social secretary, looks on Honors Day Marsha Keaton and Sheryl McKinney display their awards for participating in Mr. Lawrence Webb presents the new Columns Editor Mark Willis and the new Echoes the Harry S Truman Scholarship. Editor Dorothy Ethridge. The Honors Day program on April 28 brought recognition for outstanding achievements for students, faculty, and staff: Carol Conwell and Jennifer Boehmke, award from American Association of Uni- versity Women; male cheerleaders as win- ners of the college bowl; Harry S. Truman Scholarship participants, Marsha Keaton and Sheryl McKinney; creative writing con- test winners, Elizabeth Wyatt, Sandra Riv- ers, and Anne Martin; Mrs. Patricia Jensen, Professional Secretary Award; Eddie Fortner, outstanding male athlete; Marga- ret Carmichael, outstanding female athe- lete; Girls volleyball team, trophy for unde- feated season; Second Mile award; faculty, Dr. Victor Matthews, staff; Chaplain Sandy Kidd; Altrusa Award, Cindy Simmons; Mark Henry, Kiwanis Sportsmanship; Eli- zabeth Wyatt, " Ivy Leaves " Editor; Mark Willis, Columns Editor; Dorothy Ethridge, Echoes Editor. Cheryl Thompson and Elizabeth Wyatt present Mr Doug Davison with a gift of appreciation as Ivy Leaves advisor. Dr Paul Talmadge and Mrs Ruth Boyte find the " Ivy Leaves " very amusing. Who ' s Who In American Junior Colleges Fourteen Anderson College students were chosen to be members of the Who ' s Who Among Students in Ameri- can Junior Colleges. This organization is an honor and each student is chosen by fellow students, faculty, and staff. Characteristics of Who ' s Who members are aca- demics, leadership, and the ability to get along with oth- ers. Kenny Rowland Sheryl McKinney Peggy Harling 190 Who ' s Who Phil Pickens Tami Plyler Deedy Welborn Scott Lenning Who ' s Who 191 Maria Lanciannese Joy Tribble Dugger Rimmer Beth McFaddin 192 Whos Who Wendy Kay Thayer Whaley Tina Owings Who ' s Who 193 Our New President — Dr. Mark L. Hopkins Trustee Chairman Roy C. McCall, Jr. (r) poses with Dr. Mark Hopkins, new AC president Photos on this page by Martha Sheely Ten days after 1982 graduation, Ander- son College got a new president. Dr. Mark L. Hopkins was elected by the board of trustees to become the College ' s tenth president. He was to take office August 1. A Missouri native, Dr. Hopkins was president of Elgin (Illinois) Community Col- lege, 1975 to 1982. He earned the doctor of education from the University of Missouri- Columbia. The Baptist layman has experience in various phases of higher education, includ- ing executive dean, administrative assis- tant to the chancelor, pyschology instruc- tor, student personnel administrator, and football and track coach. He also taught in high school and has been a minister of music. Dr. Hopkins, 42, and his wife Ruth Ann, have three children: teenage daughters, Sara and Amy; and a son, Steven. At AC, he replaces Dr. Ray P. Rust who resigned in December to become executvie secretary-treasurer of the general board of the South Carolina Baptist Convention. Dr Mark Hopkins meets the press in a news conference following his election as AC presi- dent Spring Semester Dean ' s Cup Winners Second floor of Lawton won in the men ' s area. First floor of Pratt won in the women ' s area. V A MEN ' S BASKETBALL ANDERSON COLLEGE 84 74 55 85 72 95 73 59 71 94 78 74 88 89 87 69 106 116 80 80 75 74 58 76 73 61 Men ' s Basketball record Conference Record Region X Record 67 88 81 70 88 75 69 68 67 66 85 66 89 72 69 67 96 92 65 91 94 82 81 88 69 75 OPPONENT CISC Lancaster Spartanburg Methodist Lees McRae College Emmanuel North Greenville Brevard COAL MINERS CLASSIC Mississippi Gulf Coast Walker College, Alabama CISC Lancaster ANDERSON CLASSIC Erie Mercer Community College Emmanuel (OT) Spartanburg Methodist CISC Lancaster Brevard LeesMcRae College (OT) North Greenville Ferrum Brevard Spartanburg Methodist North Greenville Lees-McRae Ferrum Spartanburg Methodist Brevard North Greenville 14 12 68 10-10 196 WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL ANDERSON COLLEGE OPPONENT 51 66 Emmanuel 65 73 Gainesville 79 45 South Dekalb 48 56 Peace 88 41 Mt. Olive 78 64 South Dekalb 52 94 Emmanuel 70 66 Spartanburg Methodist 63 72 Louisburg 69 78 Truett McConnell 68 56 Bevard 72 76 North Greenville 73 54 Mt Olive 85 48 LeesMcRae 69 71 Brevard 62 63 Spartanburg Methodist 85 65 North Greenville 51 70 Louisburg 88 73 Chowan 68 70 Truett McConnell 69 43 LeesMcRae 63 72 North Greenville Western Division Record 53 Region X Record 7-7 Overall Record 913 MEN ' S TENNIS ANDERSON COLLEGE OPPONENT 5 4 Limestone College 5 4 Winthrop College 5 4 College of Charleston 9 Lander College 8 1 North Greenville College 1 8 Penn. State University 5 4 Valdosta State 2 7 Florida State 3 6 Central Florida 1 8 Seminole College 4 5 Flagler College 3 6 Presbyterian College 9 Lees-McRae College 9 North Greenville College 4 5 Gainesville College 9 Brevard College 9 Lander College 5 4 Harvard Junior Varsity 9 Brevard (forfeit) 4 5 Presbyterian College 4 5 Gainesville College Sixth place finish in National Tournament WOMEN ' S TENNIS ANDERSON COLLEGE OPPONENT 9 Gainesville 3 6 Brevard 9 Lander 9 Young Harris 9 Presbyterian 9 Gardner Webb 6 3 Brevard 9 Winthrop 9 Gainesville Overall Record 1-8 — 197 " Deadwood Dick Or Game Of Gold " Lilabet White tickles a few of the old ivories for Tina Freeman to sing a few bars. Rick Krass has the jump on things. Michael Tucker and Jan Farr get into the groove of acting. Hee . . . Haw . . . The old west was revived. The stage of Anderson College ' s Pageant Wagon Play- ers was the location. The intended comedy in " Deadwood Dick " was enhanced by guns that would not fire, doors that fell off, and a cast of members who did a great job. Audience participation and student adoption of classic lines proved the success ( " more or less " ) of the Theatre Department ' s production, under the direction of Mr. J ack Bilbow. Oops — What Happened? " What happened to my picture? " was on the minds of several A.C. students when the ' 82 Col- umns was released. We, the Columns staff, apolo- gize for the absence of these pictures. Due to a misunderstanding between the school, photogra- pher, and the printer, photos were left out. We again apologize for any inconvenience. Lanier Badders — Freshman Tambra Balding — Freshman Carolyn Bargoil — Freshman Tammy Burgess — Freshmen Anthony Burns — Freshman Bunny Boggs — Freshman Jan Carlisle — Freshman Billy Collins — Freshman Lisa Corley — Freshman Cheryl James — Freshman Casandra Johnson — Sophomore Janet Jones — Sophomore Alumni Day Brings Back Memories For the first time, alumni stayed in the dorms on Friday night and then had their annual convo- cation on Saturday morning, May 15. Reunion classes planned their individual Friday night ac- tivities. The Class of 1957 received special recognition on their silver anniversary. The Class of 1932 was honored for their golden anniversary. Claudianna Evans Rice, class of ' 34 (r), receives the Alumni Service Bowl from the Sororian Advisor Ada Powell Meeks 30. W Glen Hughey (r), math teacher since 1964, is presented the Faculty Award from the Alumni Association by Dr. Paul Talmadge, academic dean and acting president. Walter Dahlgren, vice-president for development (I), congratulates Male Athlete of the Margaret Garrison Davis ' 54 (I) recognizes Dee Dee Morris as Female Year Mark Edwards. Athlete of the Year. Graduation Ceremony 1982 On May 15, 1982, approximately 200 Anderson College students took a walk from the Merritt Administration Building to Boulevard Baptist Church. As the graduates made their w ay to the site of the awarding of diplomas, they all had the opportunity to reflect on all the aspects of their two years at A.C. Each was sure that he had met new friends and was better able to meet life head on. Dr. Ray P. Rust, former A.C. president, delivered the address. Honors were bes- towed and more memories were made to be cherished. Dean Paul Talmadge presents Scott Lenning with the President ' s Award. Kelley Ozmint. freshmen marshal!. leads the gradu- ation processional t- K. Graduates leave the campus to march to Boulevard Baptist Church Graduation 201 Dr. Eugene Mandrell talks with Mrs. Mary Martin and Miss Anne Martin before Mrs. Betty Jo Pryor helps Miss Annie Frances Blackman with her robe, the ceremony. Could this be a marathon race? Marshalls Terri Newell and Toni McGee open the doors for the incoming graduates. All Aboard . . . 202 Graduation Denmark Society — First row: Tami Plyler, Deedy Welborn, Joy Tribble, Thayer Whaley, Sheryl McKinney. Second row: Kenny Rowland, Phil Pickens. Lorrie Orbann, Tina Owings, Carol Conwell. Third row: Greg Allgood, Scott Lenning, Maria Lancianese, Mike Tyler. Honor Graduates — First row: Tina Owings, Lila bet White, Tami Plyler, Deedy Welborn, Jennifer Boehmke, Sheryl McKinney, Brenda Borgschulte, Terri Williams, Cindy Smith, Kim Shealt. Second row: Anne Martin, Cheryl Thompson, Brenda Mar tin, Carol Conwell, Monica Allen, Donna Horger, Rene Holley, Linda Hardy. Marshalls — First row: Kerri McKinney, Rose Phil- lips, Kelly Rumsey, Yvonne Hogg, Andrea McCall. Second row: Sandra Powell, Toni McGee, Sharon Webber, Cindy Anderson, Mary Jeffcoat, Andrea Bernaver Third row: Russell Rogers, Jon Castro, Cathi Smith, Anne D eVenney, Kelley Ozmint, Terri Newell, Jill Stiles, Harold Breazeale, Dorothy Ethridge. Graduation 203 S a x I .! '

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