Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA)

 - Class of 1982

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Y, K Y Q S N 'Q W X 'u 'x N X, Ms X Y Administration Student Life Classes Sports Intramurals Organizations Features Advertisements Index W1 I 1 ! . 'I' 0 I ' . 4 4 f If ' ag: I " 91 x ugh. J K, 'n if I '1 . gf. J 1 x 6 1 V I FDA .. 1 55.4 PRESIDENT HENRY L AS VICE-PRESIDENT ROBERT BURNETT I I' flil '-A1 P X :iffy I A NJ - 9974! -me JOHN STEGALL, V.R Business 81 Finance TOM MILLER, Director of Admissions Xsfwfib sax -9' "U KQN S , I : .ggi , , 'jf - Q .,ll'nI 1 hi .' -or , al 5 wnilr 12611 "fd, remain'- '.tI' -.u-I'lf" -I' I 00" . fri: ' 0 'Q 'U' -im in 0, 'K 'N Y QL -:ff 2 I .. - -If ,pdf nr .--..., ." Milf - ' 'o I ."'. A WJW1 ,iff ' vi ' H' :ly 'flrnif -- 1 'ful HI 'i x ,4 al.-cpl: -g is "- 4- ll' Il 'Fl 'z 'ug-vw -4 Qi- " I A 4' 'ffl A Qs ' 2 U Q V '. ui Q! ...,!g.b, ,II ?:lj::: . . :. --g". me -'p -a JIM WINTERS, Financial Aid DEAN ANDERSON, Community Services E - -'zffffh BUSINESS OFFICE EE.-:ii E ig:-nails? Q-,N .Ju L' 'naman 'Wifi ,,-5--:1"t : it :J - af' Ji UI C r 'Q B ' I Klijl Art Prosser, Maureen Croach, Betty Hunmcut, Launa Johns, Sarah Zrmmerman, lanrce Smrth, Peggy Wrlkrns, lane Holland, Bonme Maxam, Paula Tompkrns, lohn Stegall 4' ' fab 4' 'if' 5 loe Buck, Dean of Student Aftarrs AI Hams, Drrector Student Actrvrtres 71' L. x Joseph Adams, Dean 5' . wt' Dr. Buemer ,,-- eq -N ei wiv 'su 'fs new Dr Davenport +, T , an QQ!! -ff J si" f K Ihuazs-3.5.1 ,.,. ARTS AND SCIENCES BIOLOGY '54 Dr. Brower r X 1 Dr, Pingel Mr Restivo Dr. Guillou Dr. Thorne 23 CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS l - '1 f Dr Gary lohanmng, Dr, Paul Robbrns, Mr. Mrchael laynes, Dr, Morrrs Whrten, Dr. Cedric Stratton, Dr, lohn Brewer, Dr, Henry Hams 'Q .33 1' r-rx FINE ARTS Dill- 1CiiC D11 'EE CU OU' Front row: Mr. John Schmidt, Dr. Margaret Davenport, Miss Peggy Nadalich. Back row: Mr. Dan Radebaugh, Mr. Dennis Herron, Dr. Robert Harris, Dr. Steven Brandon - Department Head 25 LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE po ' 1.-TLT1 W X Dr Cram, Dept. Head Dr. Brown Mr. Jenkms Dr, Strozuer -1?-.Ai C Mr. Suchower Mr, White If ix I .1 I Dr. Knllorm Dr. Pendexter Dr. Easterlung I Mro Nordquust Dr. Jones Ms, Alwan - ff ff MS MCCIHHBNHH Dr. Noble Dr. Brooks 1' MATH AND COMPUTER SCIENCE I lx, ,. ,G Anne Hudson, Charles Leska, Richard Munson, Dennis Geoffroy, lane Barnard, Charles Shipley, Daniel Cyphert, Mickie Harbin, Dale Kilhefner, Vicki Norwich ill: 'F' .J ' What will they do lor an encore? "'Tl'4"?'1 , Il PSYCHOLOGY 5 'J .I ,I 4, .WI 'bi-9 "" Kenth Douglas Stu Worthmgton ,,.,..w L lane Ann Patchak 7r' SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Dr. Charles Nash, Dean PHYSICAL EDUCATION li , Michael Larisy Eddie Aenchbacher Gloria Gill ..- .A ai - Ginny Knorr Joe Roberts Administration wb iw .XXSE ' Q 1 11 Aj 4 S ., .A , 3 . , . 51354 r -'f , , I so . aj. Y ian .. Er: in ,. CU Q Q. J i .. ,s R f w x 5 5 I X 1. I , L ix ., ., Appreciation I '-f 47, as J, ui-I'-l U", ' , T ,. an SPECIAL STUDIES I 3 ' I I l I 4 r l Q 'Qi .I pw-g. 'il fi 1 Carolyn Zahnrser, Evelyn Dandy, John Hansen Capt. Bradley Sgt Arseneau MILITARY SCIENCE 1:35-- A f K4 l Ac A Sgt. Malone Barbara McPlplun, Sec LIBRARY Kathy Wood 5 . -u., Q ' I Y'- S s ' - N. A , I A Q9 Jerry Sandy S -i s.' c LY K. ' ...f ,E I .1 Q ' Gall Brannan -..L , --Q r I' 1 awp L dxf' ....,m.,-.,.,....w....... , :X XV: 4, 43 ' 5 X 4 David Evans .J -. .va 4 V . Byung Lee if Nelda Burroughs f E' 'v X in Wk X t , y . 'U ! .L 'nn ,, 1 ff G! V Q ' .-, Kms Brockmeuer SECRETARIES - i F 9 i I f l I Z Q 0 N.f QQ' .tj-'J Lk 4 W fn- v"' Q ' ,-v A, YN .Q loeAnn Mincey, Admissions Margaret Parker, Crime Prevention Elizabeth Durtee, Presidents Office 1 3 linux, 4' 'v KN : C 9 Frances McGIohon, Education Lois Wheeler, Psychology Marsha Becker r' 'iw T1 I5 6 if 4-S: Cynthia Permenter Patty Jaynes YSIIIIYI Pleasewriteyour ccxrplaintinthe squarebelow Writeiegibly HAIR 5 ?A P' Dana Wong .infra v i Mary Smith Elise Scott Jamie Richards 35 STUDENT LIFE W N , as 'V X I '.:b..,' ,D .,'-41' 3, , ...Y X QR I. M' 'Zn Savannah provides the opportunity for enrich- ment. lt is a place like no other, mixed with the sea, the country, and the city. For the Armstrong State College students, Savan- nah is home, the place to seek answers, to cultivate friendships, to attain peace, and to become the best that they can be. We are not only proud of our city, we love it. We wel- come the chances for growth, and we can con- stantly find students like ourselves seeking under- standing through experi- ence. Those experiences captured in this portion of the yearbook may bring smiles to many faces as we explore student life. 'l :Fill if - n J . .f' t 1.-'I--!'av'-A I u ,i gl..-5-"""" s -. '--Eiiiin' !?5lll'Lic..l3552Fr ev 5 i ,L ' F we .y ,HA w lv" N -aw 33" P. fi' . ff' :ids N nu, if s Q 1 I I fa'- 'E :Tiff 1 in-t' Y" . bl, -o 6'Can you say playtime?" . - lff'ff5"3"" 'fi-lgffff' my N 'llvlx -' At 9 A- v,.. ,- 44 77 Sure you can -,.., 1 x 1. . 2 .Wvv-gf I . 11 4. -.1 N -.H Q-. .-. . N' us' tw 4 . 1 I K Q 5 v"f V 5 s. Q Jew v' . -::3'l'., , 5 ' v 4.-N14 .L A Qoax , , Ag, 'X-q"v 5' ',' '. . -x ,. 1 . G-H ' -Q' " 5- . V, , , " ' Q P - M Q., v 4. , , ,. " 15.3, , . 1 " . R , . T C vf . - A 'f . fo Q-'TV ' df! . I Q .I V I! do l' , . , 3 , V. . X he ", U- ,Ita f' 3, .- '4 ": . , "5 , ll-Q I pd .A hs--.wrt . . 4 's M1 ' , . ' n . Z 1 a ' II NN U '1 Fall Registration 1981 'auf 'L lk-- Bn.. is - -nf "Will it be like this every quarter?" " viinmi' I -, l' S "Do I have to take Trampoline?" "ls this the fun pa,-tp 5 nv' I 11 5 J ,Q-A W v But l gave you a hundred bucks!" Z"-V That's right . . . a dollar change." 'W' I , 'fm N'x,xf,t - - 6: 'A' . 1 w ", x V , .W "Should I hold Q ruumlner? ...ff f .,' 1 I 4 ! ' 1 ' XJ' sl.-f NZM . l f - f f 1 S z J gf V. N 14 W5 ' ,L 1 .v C' .L T' sf vlf' Y 13.9 1 1 Y-r 934 gf Y' 192' 'QC1 1597 5 D 'iw'-UL: I I ,--NY. Q W- WA.. C17 a N 4A n , ,kL,Tr, ,'N -f.. uf' - H ' A.. ' ' ,-4 '- A ,I ' . . Fld? dimr Q 'Mi' X Ii 16? 5 I 'l L 2 J V 4 rg lr I' ' 0. . f.-73-5, ,- 911. 'Wx Z Z2 A if Aff' 'K .nd he-:"' ..-1-lf--' Clnltkt- no other age, we are free to pursue a broad array nt lnterests 'I he possnbulntues have no bounds Women and me-n ullke me entering fields wfwlclw were previously closed tn tht-m and fnndnnq Challenges around every Corner The students at Armstrong represent quite is diversity. The m.'emqe- .ide of the student I5 25 The pursuit of toll:-qv edu: Catton lb no Ionqer predomnnant IU new high school qmduutes Many of our students. too, have re- turned In st lmnol to dqulre' dddntuonal nmjors IH Order to brunt ft into new fields but lm student must fund thelr nucghe in todays booming soc 11-tv, and, dt the same tame, fund pear-e withln theme selves Wlnlv duffuciult. It ns not nmpossible Once thus is df c omplnshe-d, we dusvover that we never stop learnlng. Q I L N luv' 4 - L I ' 1 Nga 'Af . -' v ' - A, '41 .i .P asv! Qs-If 1 5 I' 9 M I. 4 D 4' - . ' ' - . -.-'fr - A., ' -1 ' .+f25.f--f-M. -'fb ' ' '- LJ...P.ff1" ,Q-.4 N.- .... 4 YA-S . '- " ' ' - " IWSIIII 1 ' x I 4 ' I O "Will this studying ever pay off?" Ulilfl ' "I DI Ill! I I IIUX ll flu! I Ma P7 'Na 3 ef i 'r 's .gy- F ,d7"N "You bet." I li 4 I '. Q' ' L . ig. Jqfl. I L. 145 7,..,,,--, 4 ' 4 I 'II TLI 'KJ 'iff' :ISL JI: 'Y 1 . f' . 5 -.h -V -f'-+5 ' V .1 '5 n L ,Q - f - ... --v . . I ,. 1- -.se F! XXI ' lx Nl- I I . '4 Iv ' 4- . .life . Q ' , . , 4 1 rs ' 3 .Y ' l ,V ,I ,Q , .., .. . 4, 'J A 96 I O- 1 11,443 '4 4 S, w'.f'?i- "" ,., 'V .-M-:V 7' ' .r .. ' 1' F ' rr E97 'Q ,swf . ,, W, 1454553 5 i-J .,4 ' 1 'w A, wf 411.145 ,. ,?h,,, 'ff-WV - My ft- , 4... ,fa 4. Q M3 fa- 5: ' u p 1 I A -x a tl J v-2 VI 'ii Q - - - " - ' ' -i L ,..--f- - ,,:4sa-v" - --.. - 5 t, Y ...Q .L ,vfhsj-5 ,..-4-"" -5-gi..-zf? 1.5. - 1 I L0 s ' J ' --' 'J---j J B L -- " ' - nf M -A, 4 -'Y-Ao-14 "i , X I,--...si . ' 1 l""41 - 2 is Q . . Y - if ...qv ' 4 UV' - ,K :A . f . ' 253, x Q, ' 5' A'u""5'--'-4- A 'A I "Gee you have a swell tan." ,, 52 'I . .rg , Q-I' "Did you buy the panty hose dear?" Let's go Krogeringf' X n"""" ji?-' 1 ! ' Tb-'sv' F .1 'W' , n "To College!" 1 -...vw I f wu- fm' lv X -. Z? 7 Z, :bfi .J ?.,.1- F I ii ...QQQ P b B Auxxxxygo I' O ' I I 0 'n 1.-gl...-4..-..?.i.. .... . gl UL vi...- NY 65. -.- ' I "x QU" ' .. ,r-' Q I -i - m- --133 f We began the learning process the moment of birth, and we develop our brains into complex mechanisms as we grow, study, and mature. As children, we were simpler because we weren't as experienced. We were not exposed to many of the puzzles in life. Yet, something should be learned from the children - perhaps the appreciation of nature and of one another. Perhaps it is the chil- dren's lack of prejudice that we should strive for. As we become the best we can be, we should stop to ponder over the children, to be aided by them. 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Mann, Melba Physical Education Marshall, David Englisl' -.N ff 1.""T L, I Q MN- Xl L: Mastin, Pamela Computer Science McCants, Donna Dental Hygiene McNair, Donna Criminal Justice Miles, Don Murphy, Mary Gene History Nambia, Nirmala Patton, Rhonda K. Pullum, Michael Industrial Arts Ray, Jimmy Physical Education Rockefeller, Janice BS. Nursing Roeder, Karen Biology Rubey, Janice M. B.S. Nursing Russell, Dorothy Psychology Seagraves, Steven Silva, Debra D. BS. Nursing Smily, Helen Smith, Marla English Smith, Wendell C' 7 . 'I QQ Stephens, Gretchen Nlvclical liecurds 'l'ysnn. I.ynn Fhemist ry 'l'ncker. liuhert Political Science Yeale, Norman Physical Education Wheeler, Pamela White, James T6 .. fv- Q Williamson, Donna Biology Zylstra, Esther Robert Allison Wayne Bacon 9K Kerry Berta Melissa Bond Xxx 'r Wilson Berry IU' Michelle Borrett 3 - Anita Branch Charles Brown Renee Burns fl 1 Q . af 5+ 5' 'X -'Q , , . i A. Sherry Butler Kathy Carlson Rosanne Drescher Tim Fogarty Robert Fritts Cynthia German Louis Glass Alisa Gregory Tim Haeussler Q. 4 1. .' .f . Edward Haynes Calvin Holmes Julie Jenkins Keith JOHBS Carolyn Kessler Ann Kilpatrick 1 X, 'Q' Keely Kratzer David Kwak Deborah Marsh T' s Sherri Martin Deborah Martinez 22-if Eric Mitchell Craig Moore 1 KL 1' .Jr 'P Isis' Josie Murphy Suzanne Newsom Maureen O'Brien ry 7 1 N' 1 A '-riff--wr " " 41 o V . A ' 0 4 lb-X if Ck X ina. '1"r Melissa Owens Cindy Page id" .f 1, I Angela Pomykala Nancy Reimer 1,sJr., gb I .. rf Tx Katie Parks 1"-s x Judy Richburg s' xx X N il ' "Ae ly' W-T? Wesley Roberson, Jr. Debra Selman T' Michael Sikes 'Q Barry Smith, Jr. Alan Sheppard Ray Smith .viulu Aga-Q Q1 ,pn . JP' 1 it- QX, l x x N., v sl Christy Sparks Charlean Stewart Harry Stump af' pu ,Z Lisa Thomson Lynn Tucker Michael Ulman S Phyllis Bartley Stcphcn llcll lluwn llcrlh Ann Abbott Laura Ambrose Carolyn Anthony f""' Lynne Bethune w-5 Gwyn Burkhart Eva Carter Susan Crapse , any A, L Q-V 'Sy Y ' x P . I 'v ' I .I , X lv? all xx ', AJ' , Martha Boutin Kim Brown .loan liuchcil F, F Anita Byrd Aurora Campbell Edward Carter Jean Coleman Julie Converse Sherri Cothran ,QU Almarita Crawford James Davis Tracey Dcily Y V- xf cl 1 John DeLormc Ann Edwards N I Phyllis Frazier Tcrcic Grabe Liz Dunn , -..' ' 4 :- ' "-x'4f.3 - qvkz 4 . l --f if ' 'ribs' uv" Awww Shcrie Exlcy Dodie Gay Karl Grotheer fir .3 :Af :Q ' Simone Haddock Lisa Harman Chris Hendlcy sr 'T I-r. . 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Patricia Pomykala Vandace Pratt Mary Rozier ff .fff 4-fr., I..d't Karen Schaaf Delia Speir Detru Thomas Ronnie Thompson Y' 'K sr Suzettc Pounds Brenda Prater Mary Ann Salley Chris Schaaf ei-pg Sandy Stewart Thawanna Taylor CL"" Sharon Todd Richard Turner f X I ,- T David Turnquist Phillip Walker Leslie Warnock Lynn Watkins 1 3 ' .x 5'N Zephani Williams Debbie Wolling Lee Woods Tony Yeomans 91 .Anne Adams Robin Amlmrn Nancy .Armstrong Peggy Bel Mike Best Barbara Bolch Eddie Bolch Margaret Bradley Kathryn Brown Selinthia Brown Marci Brook Patrick Buckley Shelia Carter Shirley Carter Warren Chamberlin Karen Clark Duane Claxton John Cody Kelly Cole Faye Curry 97 Y' f' YF" t' NL,- x "' :of 'L .I I 1 Chris Danos Angela Davis Kathleen Doll John Dudley Delessa Falls Terri Fuller Kaye Geiger Amy Glass Jeffrey Gordon Jocelyn Gorley . , . rrairil lfrt-en l,ini.i llarxey XX i.li-Ile Henley' Xiron lllll l'zii1l litllilillliill Valerie Holley Freda Hudson Rebecca Hughes Christy Irwin Teresa Jackson Carol Jenkins Jennifer Jenkins Vianne Jennings Linda Johnson Terry Johnson Margaret King Jane! Larson Ann Leech Alicia Leggett Aileen Maclbonnell '34 Di. V x , . 5 1 I A I 1 n if 0 J .. A i 5 I ul Manning ark McKim ichael McLendon irry Melton Lmie Meyers ngela Miller nna Miller ietzyl Moore obin North heresa Poe XX. ' of ix 5 sf' ' .1 ,J Q ' di X !,?' 4 r M f- 1 .'r 'rx-L f Vt lrxlt' l'rovence Sizninie Qualerman l-Bruin lieiff I-kr.-1 Rhett liarliara Hitzert Ramona Roque Colleen Rovolis Phyllis Sanders Teresa Sapp Cherry Sarria Janet Schaaf Robert Sessoms Susie Sharpe Susan Sikes Sandra Singleton Tony Singleton Ernest Smith William Smith Suzanne Stewart Kathy Stout V96 Kim Strickland Melody Taylor Brenda Thomas Sherri Thomas Nicola Trusty . ,fx i-. .OQM T? ' u Q. Q.. nx- -,- gf 'ff 'Y Charles Vaughn Patty Vogeley Teresa Watkins Zylthia White Randi Whitfield Kathy Willis Marie Wolling Patricia Yelle 'x 4. ,. Q M if 1 ' '.:- ',.. A' ' 1 I 1 . D E L , SPOR TS ., , 1 if 5? , .. 1, v , - Al: i f Mg k X x I Y ,N yi, I - Q 4? 1 . - - ' . -.41 ' 9 , if fm: tag' . . 'zz , 13,55 ,. 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I I if I .-. .it I I uk K 1 I 1 I I nm I1 Ink A 11 C JI I1 Barry Melton Assists Manager 3--0 Q9 Herman Driskell Pls., iv-x If A0 ,Z Louis Glass li wet' 1 4' , .A I Al Hall, Capt. Ray Smith Sv-E 'Mb 1' Maurice Evans 4 Keith lones X H XJ Eric Thomas Ed Bagley ., A Brad Blastick 0,5 2 -.J ,qv Wayne Bacon ..:.u, 'U' . 'Q ,--,-Q 5' Kenny Williams 41 -.11 . ' " Scott lxukelhan U4 , v A " ,L 5 Q, it 5 Q Q Practice --"'1"'J V Q A' fffidrix Uh Q Q. gf YN W. ,,, 1 n. In A Qi 'L' '1 1: ,I 1' ,yy Q .15 - Di ,Q 'Hr ' I , l Y 1 P wa K K Q fcd. , --.14 ' ,1 .1- 41 ,xii I U x ., ., K., ",: 5.51- f qv . '4' I X' 4- nay, n r X. v if IH Arm5trongS Lady PITJIGS . . . C? Beth Benefleld - U I0 J' Merrl Kaye Oler - H22 ,MJ C7 IQ 1 Detra Thomas A' 75 'vw ad Rhonda Rowe - 1172 Lee Harmer - 4723 Gigi Gibson - H20 7,7 ' f Candy Wilkins - Jil? Kelley Oetgen - 4724 Terralyn Edward - 4721 Clmrlenf' Henley - 1714 Aurgrg Campbell - H32 'S A 1 53' ,s s awe, 1-If od fi 4 ' 1 6 1 W A 1.11 3. so D ,iw I 'X-..l' A , '21 If ,sf " 1 .25 J ,4 --e X' X ,If Wi 'iff' ff! B. I, Ford - Coach 2' fs.. ... Q-...----L...., Phyllis Heidt - Manager Q5 ,- fy 'ff if . , Z-if , N X'-f I' ' - ai - Terry Pope - Assistant Trainer , 41" K . .1- Phyllis Balmes - Statistician 109 BATTER'S UP! ASC. BASEBALL i L I .9 s 4.1, -as ' ,L aku- u'. 4 f, A psig: . , Ill. 1 ..,' , ' " ' 1"".'11.'o. ' , , v , Wu -dvi' 4. ff .-Y' v-.-2,-. q . I ' ,I 4 4 ng' . ' ' 2 --z mf- iw'-Q,,, - . M, 1 1'-' A Ig . 1 .,-.E ...U Q ,tha x' HQ v Q .x kv A xl A I '. 4 ,. '4,'Nlg y 'A ' f'3'?,It:l!-'fi-"0?'f6 1 ' M- .. '. 'ig-' of, K .1'.s,'x-'f","x -Yu ug .Q 1,1 , Q--4 f. I. , i' 0-Q 'V Lui f"', ' QR fr' I .,':..t,J.. o ,fsl?,K..,J'5.-luxrrgrsvfk. . V.. . . ' -1.-' 'A .0"4- . g ,- -."'. 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Coach Roberts feels that he has a good team. joe Roberts, Coach .pl ASC PIRA TES t-R lerry lameson, Eulie Boyd, Tony Yeomans, Rickey lones, Roy Babot, Mark Simons. 2nd row: Roger Moore, Warren Bachmann, Bill Holbrook, Keith tones Curt Thomson, Pat Ryan 3rd row: Danny Peigh, Mike Oglivie, Billy Ray Smith, Kirk Rahn, Greg Lanier, Coach loe Roberts. 111' J M-'--5... 1 'E E 5 1 ' V , f . Iii, :li 'T "g7'L , Y I ' Y K4 Jai? I f Il' l M, fi ' I I A Y. 9 , f 1,-iii' N 'Wx R .K S. oy 5' Q' 45'-E727 P f 1' 4 , i xx I 4 1 L X' v : V' V V' M - Cass. f I fl Armstrong? Champion - - -v wp .- . f. ' 'wnnmw-W-:'-fa - 1:-:-1 . - -- -.. Jxggfs "',.'.-'g.o.:':.l 1 - , -A sq.. 0 - .i ...V 4 3, 'I' . l .hr . . 1 IJ W J ! sl'0.' ni- ."'us- xg- --.' U ' .'n'..:n 5 X' " ' "U ' ' ' Qs ' 'K i 9' QQ . gr .s.Q9' YK! 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'..., Haj 5,1 - -Q X -' '..,?3 ', ' -. can I 4 A, ' . - V X - ' 1 'nn -:Gif A",-ask . . . 4 2 .,,-- lx -'t , 4- i.-,k,, JI. -,:zx.1'Y.1?t',ar"Q. .Iv-:'jf'VP" l'.n's,.--A up 'g 'lm ' " 1 - 1'1":1' ' ., . WL' 2-A ,I , , r-V ., ' , vs- 4-11 x , .-Aw - ENV- K-U..,A, by Lf: A-.NBR , - . .. -.e 'E,-5--y ,4 Ig, 'U :.'r,-.2 '.4.1LA,,x . A X J' x".a-1:-eAif'XPQ3"'5 -XQJQEX "' 1, . ' ' .ln Q- 'W-"IHA , I Y . E , L- uf, .14R'7,3. :R t .A ,ugh -. X.--,Q , Q: 1 J , ' ,XM . 5. ox.-Ja LI . ' X 'Q -,., ' .QP z tr, . .E ',',.,. , ,, -' '3 1 ' v, X 'fix 2' 5" N X 'mug -MJ.. lf? -Af -3 I 4' - it ix... 1 ..x .ru .WIQCF V. vygsm . - , s,. ,., ' ' f Z . , , 5 . 4 ' - ' - ' ' F- ' W W .4 . .Q.s35i.f4s v 4 , A -n - '1 - 1 . .4 .4 - 'zfff f 1 -Ig 4 -063. L ll 1, I GRGANIZATIONS I a I !4'44 5 f '40 5 I O S Q A .3 fi fi ' . A .45 , ss- - L ,si N 6 v X .. "fu, "-. gm gxpwmh M 'V BS... -f73SL,:ff'Tf"l:f' I 'X H .agar ff sf ' Nm " f 'ff' VH.. N X l 4 is-l.-ff? ,f1g" ff"' ww. f' Mg. - 1 ev' M. ' W" jgaff' wk gin fav: 'A Kgxx I . A ""f., f f www H!-,, out f ":. 4 A if A Mak, r ,vm M., , 4 , -1-4 Q . . fi- 5' ' ,iqgf ' Iaffgridf f1P Q W 77- km Q 3 if tx 1 College Union Board Nmysygq Oil-n:0l f'mnrnlltcc Mcrnhcrs: l fstunrllng I, - Rl Dell Shilling - Scnutor Lynn Tyson - Spcclul livcnts-A Mary flcnc Murphy - Sccrctury Wullcr lllckux - Treasurer Wcslcy Rulpcrsfm - Flln1sfYlrlcu fslltlng I. - RJ 'I'ul firuuvcr - Vics: f'hulrmun -Illllllly Ruy - Vhulrmun Nut pltturccl .luslc Murphy - l,o:cturc 140 3'2"13" 'CI lip' Leon Bates Pianist for Fine Arts Series Rs Q1 in-W Stutc Ilcpurtmcnl Rcpr'ce-czllutlxx fI.ccturc on Tcrrurisxnj JI STUDE T GOVER ME ASSOCIATIO l , 4 l Officers: Jimmy Ray - President Tal Groover - Vice-President Walt Hickox - Treasurer Mary Gene Murphy - Secretary 0. . Q 3 o A The Student Government was alloted some S110,000 this year to sponsor a variety of student related activities including CHAOS, the Inkwcll, the Geechee, the Intramural program, the Masquers, the Chorus, Student Photographic Services, and the band. Additionally, 828,000 will be spent this year for student en- tertainment on campus, i.e. speakers, concerts, artists, danc- ers, and comedians. A survey was taken at fall registration to determine what the students want, and the Student Govern- ment does an excellentjob of employing an assortment of per- formers. As a governing body, they also take action when students lodge valid complaints against policy, people, and prlnclples. They welcome suggestions from the student body. "We are not a money maklng organization." Hickox said, "We'rejust trying to get the students more involved on campus so they can . . . enjoy school." A' 4 . 1' in A R Aj 'S S Melba Mann Angela Pomykala Patricia Pomx kala Donald Xglligan Xilll Ixilpatrigk, S I i , I A I Dellarie Shiiling, Debra Marshz David Gaskiun, Ed, Long, Ed Rcirnc:',ADcbbie Lamb 143 A4 ......q,..,uAu4oo ur-U so-Q-u -nab. -1 :O 1 .. ..., ... . .. -4...,,n -I ' -- N' - 'I ' l 1 l,. , ,N.,. Y., ,,31 Q N uf, , , i s. - . .. , - 4 -I . 3 ROTC Jw . if 'D f if fu 9 ,L- X2 c r-U-,U rl- wk ' Us 4.1 Auf' O X ' -f S- -pw 'S I'-x ' 'i W 4 -'x r XXL .-XS 411 J' 1 I 'I -. '-5 MEMBERS INCLLDE fBaCk RoWlEdWa.rdLox1Q Edward Lazarxm Nia k Lfwman L nm H na H f-'la Denise Wvnn Dav1d Strmkland Pat Ndton Dfuald 'X lhgan X El T fi' X ,4 A-. N 'i ff-4 , T .1 'H ,. .I-1'-. V . IR, 'C 'v , .fix 'r .. E.. -4 4 ,', V 'as- . --.- '. x- , fn 15. 'r V U" .v, xx , f . Q - 5 -.I--1 ' S. -'Q :-, 'S ' flfx' L'w ' 1 . u ' I . - ,' 'f . .-.N D Qg4'u'f.c:1"2"?' I. 1 ,.- , fs 4. 9.1 x . 'g,q:r:',,pjZ." --Ty-,-3. f .. X- ' v ' Xa-'fl' -5. -'- y"Q , - 4' ' J . , . ,.314.J ,. YM . .za i.'g qxvu, SA.,-:W . ,' ' ,Q -445, . ' z:.'1g"f,'.'.'-5 tgfvpgi- QQ:-f - 4.4534 Q., , fu'-f --'1.Qf-"vu,--2. .. . , - 1 .v 'Pig ft 'g,,2vx-Sgr. , pf P- ,-nt. 4 1- . ""'. . .1 2'a7'-sf, -f.- ' i-,:.3' .f12r- gf' 'ia-+"f N y' gn sw K , ,L x. . :. ' . '- . 31,9-4-xi ' F ,rw Q 5 . sg f ti ' f , E ',. 5 2 Y., A ,P 1, g ,mst " ' x' - R, 11? "'-Sui! W ff' ' ' il S, ixQX,,,,A,:, uf , ' 1, , h ,,+ .4 Q ' W in -,ga in 1,- , ' - 1, .1 'v"l.. .4... S ni" J-5:3 ,- L ,, ' 'I mf" -Q -Ag, A 'F b , I S r. .6 .X ' M ns.. ' " vp -Q. r."7'sz : Tk. "Y EL: T' .N .1555 up -1. g , .,.,' up -l 47,55 ,- ,, , , 1 'Q I- ' . 4 r . I . u I' , 3: ,P ul -0 an Q W ' Q 6 . ,ff International Students Organization The International Students Organization was formed at the beginning of winter quarter by Dr. William Easterl- ing. Dr. Easterling, professor of foreign languages and the foreign student advisor, started the ISO because he "felt that the student body was politely indifferent to our for- eign students." The purpose of the ISO is to make it possible for for- eign students to enjoy the hospitality oflocal students, to make it easier for local students to identify and become acquainted with foreign students, and to provide infor- mation to the campus in general about the culture of its foreign students. To fulfill these purposes ISO has placed a foreign hand crafts display in the library, sponsored a foreign food festival, and has formed an intramural soc- cer team called "The Internationals." There are currently members from 12 countries includ- ing the United States. Everyone in the club agrees that the club is worth while and allows them the opportunity to meet and learn about people from different countries. A,--.. 5-1" I ' In Current members include Eduardo Lazarini, Carlos Maldonado, Angy Lazarini, Amir "Abbas" Bahman, Emily Chan, Michele Ferreira, Carlos Manero, Anastasios Papaioannou, Sylvia Bauer, Shyla Nambiar, Sheila Patel, Sam Rhee, Louis Flor, Ralph Aippercr, Beth Madison, Thomas Nelligan, and Edith Thompson. 147 Pi Mu Epsilon 48 Members Pictured Above: fFront, L-RJ Cynthia Geoffroy Danial Difer Rcta Deal Pam Maston Micky Sue Harpin Buck QI.-RJ .Iohn Fendies Chuck Leska Richard Munson Charles Shipley Dale Kilhefncr llarleston Cabaniss Ms. Barnard American Chemical Society 'A- 93 1.,,. 5 .0 .lar The American Chemical Society is the largest professional organiza- tion in the United States with over 120,000 members from every country. Formed in 1876 the primary func- tion of ASC is to foster scientific edu- cation and research. The Armstrong Chapter of ASC is very active and is involved in many projects on the campus and in the community. Lecturers are invit- ed to the campus every quarter to keep ASC members informed on current scientific knowledge and ca- reer opportunities. The ASC, how- ever, also provides opportunities for recreation for members with a Christmas picnic and a Spring soft- ball game. Fund-raising projects this year included selling Byrd cook- ies and having a garage sale. This year 's officers have done a fantastic job leading the organiza- tion. The 1981-1982 officers include: President-Bubba Wallace, Vice- president-Angie Pomykala, Treasur- er-Cathy Chu, Secretary-Patri- cia Pomykala, and Advisor-Dr. John Brewer. 149 Z1 si. Clubs Are An Excuse: ' Q - , , 3 ,- n 1 ., n -...,,j . 47 .4--In 11 " 3 4 I W.. - XM X Xp. t X 'W s Q xx X7 - an , u 1 4 W. , A if x '95 14' o as fs, 'AK .,.-1' F '1 x es 4 Join Clubs? N 3 ,tn- ' I Q ,CQ n.? il -hx Georgia Association of ursing Students hr' sa' The Georgia Association ofNursing Students is a National organization ofnursing students inter- ested in providing the highest quality health eare. Advisors: Dorothy Hell and Dorothy Kluttz . 1' Q 184 4"'i1-.4 up ff"'Ns Wwi. sf fi M. .gg fl- Ni XLQQ0' Respiratory Therap A, QA.. ig tif.- STA FF AND MEMBERS Jr. American Dental Hygiene Assoc 'w-...XNF i .47 x 'H Medical Records Technology KDVISURS: Ann E. Marohn Setona Page 158 .iN The A.S.C Medical Records Association is made up of those students majoring in Medical Records Technology. The MRT program at Armstrong is the only one ofits kind in Georgia. The Armstrong chapter association attempts to further their knowledge in the Held through speakers, workshops, and presentations during monthly meetings, as well as social and regional activities. ? f AW 2!"'7' ZH 19 1 1 f -'J' .' -' ff! - 1' ' MAAAA-.L A iq"-P' Inv I I 0 x K ip. I.. X X fstanding L - RJ I X Veronica Clinton, Emma Ellis, Helen Smyly, Andrea Kunnmann, Nancy Wallace, Gretchen Stephens Lisa Albcr ino fSittingj. fstanding L - RJ Michelle Hardy, Jocelyn Gurley, Eve Oliver, Teri Sapp, Angela Mike, Ceci- lia Sanders, Suzanne Oppenheim, Sherry Thomas class Chaos - 1981 1981 Chaos leaders: fstandlng l,-RJ Donald German Rita Deal Nancy Ross Kelly Raftery Vonnie f'ross Leigh Weirlch Patricia Pomykala Gall Goslee fscated l,-Rl Victor Long Pam Parker Al R yan .lolm liarl lllanton Shelly Mitchell Lisa Harman 160 'Q,,, AA CHAOS ls Communications, Help, Advisement, Orientation, and Service - Armstrong's orientation program for freshmen and new transfer students. Though the flrst day on a new campus is quite chaotic, CHAOS leaders make things go smoother. As peer advisers, the leaders use their cumulative experience of years at Armstrong to make college transition period easier on hundreds of freshmen. ,, vt .., N... l F111- .'l"ih 3 161 Chorus MEMBERS Barbara J. Brown, Paula Vampbell, t'arlie fanfel, William Furry, Deborah llavenport, Nancy Fender, Donald German Ill, C'hrisGlaize, Arthur Green, Gaye Herndon, Paulette Hostl, Sue Johnson, Debra Keller, Theresa Kiekllghter. .loeelyn Long, Julia Muller, .lay Myers, Linda Myers, Christine Odom, Setona Page, Eddie Parker, Margaret Parker, Jeff Perks. Linh Phan, Wesley Roberson .Ir.. Kimberley Rutland, Gary Smith, Patricia l,. Smith, Clinton Taylor, Karen Tornoe, Lynn Watkins, Pamela .Io Wheeler, Anthony White, Ernest Williams. Alumni Club The Alumni Club is an organization composed of un- dergraduates working together to promote activities that encourage greater alumnae involvement in campus life. The club, under the supervision of advisors Shirley Goodson, Al Harris, and Dean Buck has worked hard and succeeded in getting alumnae involved in Homecoming and other campus events. Members pictured above arc: QL-RJ Gail Goslcc, Leigh Wcirich Maureen O'Brien, Patricia Pomykala, Josie Murphy, Angie Pomykala, and Lisa Harman. fx J Ira ,. 5. Th A.S.C. Symphon Band s. 4, r .X.S.l', Symplmny Iiund, us cnmlllclcd by AflllS1I'Ullg,R Dr. SIVPIICII Hrunrlun, is cmnpnscd ufsturlcnts und community pcnplc who rnccl und rchcursc rcgulurly. l'crfnrmum'cs urc hclcl nncc curh quurlcr prcscnling muny nf thc pupulur tuncs ufull Ihncs. 164 The Pep Band In Action ? I .-fin sr 'fee Q if E 'X S i A . fb- . W 3 ls:"!7'zl QW.- , M5 X 'if ' W X U ,a ig liz xg hm' '5 Yin .n-"""' A.S.C. Cheerleaders And The Game f"'l., 4' 4 . laxi ,Q NlCllllJL'l'!- arc: Karcn Kickliglllc Lori .Xlcxanflcr lllllll ,XI'lIlSlI'Ullg 'llcrri Christy Tim Harris Ducy llallowman Kelly Ililfbllllgll Kelly .lcnkinz-L Angela .Iuncs Dchbic Michael Ivy Page Billy Powell Sandy Ramsey j'- Support The P1rateS Sri' M ff 1 .,-,Q-an H-.,.,.-.n dk 'K kf---ag N! sf is -- '14-o ' W , I , -.Wei-.1. 0 'iq 6 3 I 1 9 J 1 Q vo-U 1 L , 0 al fp! N 3 Q , f xz. x-.E -I , s'-7,'.i Q 1 Q , 1 -O I v N- 4 M? vw a, v ,s 4 A-4 - 1' , v 35-5. 2-' ,- l O -, J 0. -. . I ' . -an-f e"'fff2n , , f, . ,Ns , ,, f.. .Af xt a "lei ll. fy, - g fqvi I 7,7 -D' '. '.!,'l ' '-. M "F 2 v Q : - is 9-1 ,f x , ' , 3 ,' A C Q . Lai 5513 3 -' si' 5.-fx 1, A -ur: , , L.. I J I ' ll , X 1 C-Q-. 5 X . QL- 'FF 'J' K I 1' . W 5 Q f '1--"'ZT1-""""-,.,- 'Ear infill! M4 - I 4:15-..z,,g f"- Q ,, ga, , ' X 1- '-"'-Q.: 'gi C -C 4 -5 ' : '--- ggzg Q lv .yfxxx ' S V. sie Q Q GQ - Q L if ,' , S, 58' i H " S ' Q Q5 , Ns - 1 - .fn Q- .- Q A i S, , - ,C - Q' 47- s j . . Y Q 5 xx Icy Students Caring About People KH .I" --4, L -, 1 ' s Front Row tl,-R J: Mary Ralston-Assistant Professor, Mary Samm, Franklin Yocco, Ann Kilpatrick, Fhoon Kim Ncttrour, Fhcryl Glover, Diane Davis. Back Row tl,-R J: David Strickland, Pamela Robbins, Pamela Mike, Ralph Zlppcrcr, George Brown, Melvin Sprague. Not Shown: Dr, Neil Sattertlcld, Head of Social Work Department. Students Caring About People is an organization established in keeping with the harmony and spirit of intent advocated by the social work profession. This year SCAP has been very active in campus life coordinating, with the Placement Offlcc, Career Education Week and seeking accreditation for the Social Work Program. SCAP has also been very active in the Savannah area participating in the March ofllimes Walkathon, working with the children in the Safe Shelter Program, and supporting Social Work Month. Students Caring About People truly lives up to its name. 177 Student Photographic Services nov... 5 4... .W E ' 1 O ...RPR t t'tt h Staff includes: Windell Smith-Chief Photographer Bruce Nelson David Marshall Teofilo Sicay Baptist Student Union ' X, xx f Y, xi' -J Iryuz . K. fliack Row L - RJ, William Collins, Robert Drewery, Archie .Iohnson, Michael Roberts, Derward Poole, John Holland, Da- vid frapsc, David Newland, 12nd Row L - RQ, Angle Crovatt, lleldi Futch, ffecllla Sanders, Margie Dixon, Beth Ryan, Tom Rowe, Bryan Relff, Cindy Anderson, Dick Ferral, fFront Row L - RJ, Leslie Parrman, Cheryl Parker, Gail Goslee, Lisa Har- mon, Pam Jones, Angle Weeks, Elizabeth Smith, Kimberly Rut- land, Cindy Newlan, .Ianle llerbster, Dodl Gay, Avis Salter, Joe Beasley, Craig Moore, Kenny Sellers, Jerry Acker 174 1.1 O slr '01, AJ f- 'Ln ,'.. ., OFFICERS: ffrontj, Derward Poole - Intramurals, fSecond Rowj, Lisa Harmon - SocialfChoir, Kenny Sellers - Presl- dent, Gail Goslee - Summer Missions, David Crapse - Public- ity, fBack Rowj, Cindy Newlan, - Special Events, Joe Beasley - Prayer, Avis Salter - Publicity Assistant, Dodl Gay - Pro- gram, Tom Rowe - Editor of "Good News" BSU 5 f 'S ff -. - I 3 7 s ' 2 ' 1 ' f av iX J, xx X t l I ', 'fffw Y 0 Q. :N Sf ' , K J ' ' 5 - Q 1 vo V,., R-aunt xxg ,J 4-7' uuumonm aroma.: I X' , ..-1 -...v mgyvvmf . ,',, A W, T-:r'j,2.LAfha'F'22f'-Q-F , 1' - 'X , . A .2 'la s 'k -,I-uw 1 ffcaf- ,. l' .My 173 Th Inkwell ' U I X E! 1 - P3198 Qin Nb! K QL' 3 .nr la '1 i Nil P' r--N34 i i ' Lf Q Writers: Mike Alwan, Tom Puckett, Mary Ann Edenfleld, Almeta Mattis, Kathi Doll, Yvette Williams, Teri Nugent, Kelly Harbaugh, Linda Wittish Contributors: James Massey, Andrea Hudson Photographers: Student Photographic Service 176 F Zi S 4 i I The 1981-82 Inkwell has un- dergone several changes. Brenda Hall was appointed the editor in May, and spent most of the summer printing the CHAOS edition, selecting her staff, and learning the ropes. Brenda was well exper- ienced when she began, how- ever. She had editted a Naval Publication when she served in the Navy. Brenda told us that the ma- jor difference in the school publication and the one she editted in the Navy was expe- rience. In the Navy, she had layout artists and other professionals to do the major- ity of the work. At school, she finds the paper both challeng- ing and educational. Her staff offers many diverse talents, and Brenda utilizes them all. She had found it enjoyable to learn some of the journalistic angles that she wasn't con- cerned with previously. The Inkwell is published bi- weekly and features events of the school, sports, administra- tion changes, faculty spot- light, and an editorial section. The paper also has provided patrons with discount or free coupons to local bars and res- taurants. Students anxiously await the paper, and every other Friday they congregate around the news stands to pick up copies and discuss ar- ticles. -X fd" .cw yt...-7x , :cu AITHYI , Brenda Hall, Editor The editorial job and the job of reporting are no easy tasks, but this year's Inkwell staff pulls all the stops to bring us up to date on the latest camp- us news. The editorials are fresh, pertinent, and contro- versial, and the articles are written with a refreshing ap- proach. As fellow journalists, the Geechee Staff would like to commend the Inkwell Staff on maintaining the highest journalistic standards. 177 The Geechee Staff his l 41' Martha Boutin, Editor Lynn Tyson, Assistant Editor Not shown: Ann Kilpatrick, Admlnlstratlong Martha Kilpatrick, Senior Editorg Collccn Rovolls, Sports Editorg Lcslle Clifton Patrons. 173 X ta. 'Q .W Y .F , 4 , , -at - -3 x7f: , ,Aff 'Sly I fl? ,QQ 7... .4 .3 . Vrlwwg X' 1 ui.. X6 vw' .wif M .4 rv -va-91.-074 5' . vs Q X,,g3ug,,lV av if Q85 ca' A-:lg A,A, K. X XM Ji Sabin: 2 iggvafv rgfgr 1 -f".':5.,,A:i Q kg 45:9 V 'ww' K 1 ,wggvgi W " f"",-,wffg ' .mifrzxw Q yy-f nik' .u, fe Q, 6 We 'RQ at Michelle Borrett, Organizations Editor Attentive Staffm i . Kenneth Ward, Junior 81 Freshman Editor I" " 'Sf' 1j""'?1" Brenda Kennedy, Sophomore Editor Greeks All U Greeks K:-f ff 1 i 0 Interfraternal Counc1l The IFC is made up of undergraduate fraternity men working together in support of Greek life on Armstrong's campus. Mem- bers Include: Mike Ulmer fPi Kappa Phil - Regular Representative Robert Tucker fPi Kappa Phil Ed Long fSigma Nuj David Gaskin fPi Kappa Phij - President Edward Reimer fSigma Nuj Jack Fowler fSigma Nuj - Regular Representative Rex Smith CSigma Nuj The Panh llenic Council Martha Boutin, President, Alpha Gamma Delta Lisa Thomson, Vice-PresfTreas., Sigma Kappa Barbara Blackburn, Secretary, Phi Mu fnot shownj Patty Deaux, Advisor 182 The Panhellenic Council is composed of member women's fraternities each of which is autonomous as a social, Greek- letter society of college women, undergraduate and alumnae. The Council was organized to foster interfraternal relation- ships, to assist collegiate chapters, and to cooperate with col- leges and universities in maintaining the highest scholastic and social standards. r A 359 1 .1 Fi ii iv' af , Wm, iii' Q 3 ' or K ,A '12 Panhellenic sponsored a MotherfDaughter Tea this Fall to inform incoming students of Armstrong's Fraternal program. 183 Alpha Gamma A ,H 'JY 'Q H4 YP Members: Lynn Tucker, Andrea lladdockg Leslie Warnock, Martha lloutin, Cindy Pageg Susie Kirklcyg Sandy Kirkley, Lynn Tyson, Pres., Ann Gooding, Kim Strieklanrlg Michelle Iiorrett, Vherie Coursey, Teri Sapp. Not shown: Simone Haddock, Lee Harmer, Donna Meffantsg Judy Richburg, Julie Durrenceg Jamie Meyers, and Leslie Clifton Alpha Gamma Delta was founded May 30, 1904 at Syracuse Univer- sity, Syracuse, New York. The fra- ternal colors are red, buff and green, and the rose is the fraternal flower. The national philanthro- pies include the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, the Heart Associ- ation, and education scholarships and grants. lDelta Fraternity 3 . 1 I 1 : l 45 6 ' ' '7 ' ,C,'1-fbxklif "1:4Q,:',L ,' Y. 4.'1g','. ga -li o ,hx E JR. 3, ii fl? 3 1 . , ,. . 1 Gamma Rho Chapter of Alpha Gam- ma Delta began the year with a Road Race for Juvenile Diabetes. We raised over 5250.00 at the race, attributing its success to the Alums and the racers. In October we raised 51000.00 in our Haunted House, co-sponsored by WAEV whose Sandy Bryan is an Alpha Gam Alum. The United Way received 825000, with the remainder going to JDE The "sawing" in the Sophomore section of the yearbook is Simone Had- hwy.-aura' lf ,Q ,' nw K A . Y dock, and the Mad Scientist is Alumni President Mary Roberson. Ushering at the Civic Center helps us raise money for the Founders' Memorial Fund and other good causes. We suf- fered through the "Tough Man Contest" in order to shag at the "Beach Boys. " We also ushered at "Best Whorehouse in Texas", the "Ice Capades" and "Mickey Gilley". Alpha Gams are active in Intramur- als. Carol Hendry fAlumJ and Martha Boutin were chosen for the All Star Flag Football Team that went to New Orleans this year to play in the National Colle- giate Flag Football tournament. We have representatives in Senate. publications, honoraries, and varsity sports. Leslie Warnock represented us in Homecoming, and Andrea Haddock was crowned Miss .-LSI' January 30. Where theres a will. thcre's an Alpha Gam. 185 Phi Mu TQ' 5 W' - +i,"" ' KM' 4 5 L - ' .L MEMBERS Kelly Powers-President Ann Abbot-Vice-President Donna Hughes-Treasurer Ann Finoechiaro-Secretary Suzy Lang-Membership and Social Chairman Terri Fuller-Provisional Membership Director Angie Porzio-Panhellenic Delegate Barbara Blackburn, Cathy Chu, Janet Gnann, Suzanne Newsom, Peggy Bel, Colleen Kaney, Teresa Poe, Donna Stack, Ann Leech, Aileen MacDonnell. The sisters of Phi Mu have been busy this year having rush parties, entertaining with their washboard band, participating in intramurals, and raising money for various charities. The sisters had a Rock-for-Hope day at the mall rocking in rocking chairs for three hours with the money going to Project Hope. They also worked at Night in Old Savannah and participated in .lump Rope for Heart. The sisters of Phi Mu are looking forward to Formal Rush this fall. 1541. lf '1 IN IP Greeks Greeks Sigma Kappa u 3 S2 , , ' , , '71-" .4 ' 42' F,-lr "-E.-. Back Row fI.cft to Ri hllz Pa I C' b ll J I H g u a amp c , u ia ale, Lisa Thomson. Josie Murphv, Kcllv Ilurdcn and Angcla Pomykala. Front Row fI,cft to Rightj: Kathy Doll, Susie: Sharpe, Jenny Buchhcit, Stephanie Iiridgcsl and flhcryl Hester. H8 MEMBERS ALUMNI COUN CII Stephanie Bridges-President Angie Pomykala-Vice-President Patricia Pomykala-Secretary Jenny Buchheif'-TFCHSUFCI' Cynthia Guy-Advisor JOSl6 Mufphy-PlCdgC EdllCiit0I' Liury Cggng Slufphy Lisa Thomson-Rush Chairperson Itludclinc Pinqkngy Jamie Randi-Philanthropy Chairperson Suzanne Perry Kathi Doll-Triangle Correspondent Frances Rilgy Paula Campbell Kglly Du,-den Cheryl Hester Debbie Lamb Susie Sharpe Michelle Younger Carla Hohenhouse Julia Hale Tricia Conneff The Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Sigma Kappa Sorority has been a part ofthe Armstrong State College tradition since her founding on November 14, 1970. With Fall Quarter 1981, Sigma Kappa welcomed not only a new school year but new challenges as well as new friends. During the past year, the sisters and pledges of Sigma Kappa held positions in all areas of campus life including three senate positions, two executive offices in the Student Govern- ment Association, three sisters on the College Union Board, reporters on the Inkwell, sisters who served on the StudentfAlumni Council, a sister who served as a CHAOS leader, officers in the American Chemical Society, and sisters on various committees of the Student Govern- ment Association. Sigma Kappa felt 1981-1982 was a great year full of achievements. One sister, Patricia Pomykala, was crowned Homecoming Queen during Homecoming in January while the entire sorority won a Spirit Award during the basketball season for the best posters. Other achieve- ments include an organizational award for donating the most blood during the annual blood drive as well as receiving a chapter award from National Headquarters. The sorority 's philanthropy projects grew in the past year as Sigma Kappa donated not only money but time. The sisters answered phones during both the M.D.A. and the March of Dimes telethons. The chapter continued their newly-established tradition of aiding their "Sigma Grandmother" with shopping and housework as well as visiting the nursing homes monthly with songs, skits, food and gifts. As the school year comes to a close, Sigma Kappa feels that their greatest contribution to ASC is sharing each girl's gifts and friendship as they stress to each member how important individuality is, even in a group. The sorority urges each girl to "Be a part of an unique experience . . . Be a part of Sigma Kappa." Pi Kappa Phi fn .an rf., d .4-J'- :.a1"' J Huck Row fl,-R J: .Ieff Gordon, Greg Snecd, Robert Tucker, Eddie Carter, and Mike Ulman. Front Row QL-R J: Drew Haynes, John Dudley. Richard Huy und David Guskin. 1 NJ MEMBERS OFFICERS Jim Aliffl Eddie Carter John Dudley Robert Tucker - ArchonfWarden David Gaskin Eddie Farter - Vice-.Xrehou Jeff Gordon Greg Sneed - Treasurer Richard Hay Mike l'lman - Secretary Drew Haynes Edward Haynes - Historian Greg Sneed Jeff Gordon - Chaplain Robert Tucker Mike Ulman During twelve years on the Armstrong campus Gamma Sigma Chapter ofPi Kappa Phi Fraternity has been active in every facet of college life. The brothers have served on the staffof the Inkwell, on the Student Government Association, the College Union Board, the Student Honor Court, and various studentffaculty committees. Several brothers have also served as S.G.A. Executive officers, including President. Pi Kappa Phi has also been successful in sports. The fraternity won the ASC Intramural Championship Award in 1980-81 and was the 1981 Basketball Champion. Pi Kappa Phi is a fraternity that has placed a great emphasis on scholarship throughout its history. Gamma Sigma Chapter is no exception and has won the Fraternity Scholarship Award for the past three years. Many individual brothers have graduated with honors from ASC and gone on to highly successful careers. Sigma N 2 lluring this past year the Theta Psi chapter of Sigma Xu has been involved in many school and civic activities. The activities range from Intramurals to passing out candy at St. Joseph's Hospital for Halloween. The brothers of Sigma Nu helped work at the annual math competition held at Armstrong as well as supporting collegiate sports. The brothers of Sigma Nu are also happy to announce that Theta Psi has the flrst female advisor for a Fraternity at Armstrong, Mrs. Jane Barnard. The Brothers of the Theta Psi Chapter of Sigma Nu would like to welcome back a brother, Waldo Maldemeer. 92 1 FI is Sigma Nu Brothers include: Edward J. Long Jack B. Fowler Mike Mayes Rex Smith Eric Mitchell Scott Dawson Edward A. Reimer Andrew Summerell Paul Cass Dave E. 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Lam in jaffaAaa4ee, jforiefa am! man-feel Cfarife Janyafon in I9-76. ,ye allemfeff 4rA0ofin .Scep- el-appy, jlefiela oalaining len 8.4.6. wilA leaaaee an:1LiJ 777.,4.Cf'. .9a 1947 lee receiver! a Qeaelaale jeffaafelefp from flee Ylafeefeita ef gforida a-Aefe Ae u'u5 aaeafeleel a .Iaetafale in cfllaeatiaa. If. .f4eLmafe lea, Lean elated lo numeroud L onof fralernifiea incfucling Pl.: Kappa Pla, PA: Jehu Kappa, Kappa :Dena ll, 17,41 jleefa -Kappa. anal J44alea ple: Omega. JJe in aAa a recipienf af flee Oaletaaeliag Service J4wafJ af flee 77afionaf.f4fAA1fif Jeeeefaliaa afjaaiaf 6ofAPgeJ anal ie Eeleel in 'WLM 'WLa in Jmefieaa cfllaeatfaa. mr. .f45Amore IJ paal pruicfenl ofpensacofa junior Cyofazge anJ Ima Leer: preaizfenf o!.f4rm4fron9 .gale 6ofA'9e since 1964. ,Que is a member of lrlze bioard of jrudfeu of 6anrJA'r generafjoapifaf Ute-preJiJenl affine Savannah and Wafionaf6oune1'! memaer affine gay Seoul: of,f4merifu. -Ne Lad wriffen arlicdw puLA.4Aec1in flue Jaurnaf of gyucafiona! peaearcln anal llae Journaf of jeacller glclurafion. Er. .xdwcmgre ia reliring 1,115 year aher I6 gear: o!!aifL!uf.4eruice lo aa we!! aa lo flue .gauannalu Communily as a wAoAf. under .ibn ,4.1Amore'J Azarlerollip .fdrmalrong Las yrown from a Ama!! funiar coinage fo a wefzreapecfeel, actrenlilecl four-year inafifufion. Er. .f4.4Amore'a ronalanf fonrern will: lfue wel fare am! neecld affine .iluzlenla lla: earner! Aim flue redluecf ofllle .5?uJenf Keely year aher year. gerfainfy Ai: preaence on flue campus wiffge Jorelny mined in Me years fo come. .7AanL you, mr. .J45Amore, for A24il19 fo cleuegzp .xdrmafrong info a Acllaof lo Le prom! of 233 UAQ Cami Coup Q Confwf ,.,4 gl s ' x kr-4 71: fdulml KIIIMPA' firnlral ufua ,afmnmr-nl ,ny IA., .cyifma Cgommilhe of flu 5 1 Q f W 7 yr Ylnirm Zsllflfll nn ,C74-Lruury fill! fujf in limv ?,aA'nfinr'5 -bay. -5 3 7A lllnil fl llllf fun UI1 lflffnfli ll! 'Af' 7!f'u'fyu'fll 6,0010 fini! P1114 found ' x f l1Llll ,'I'Tll lfry I'6'1'l'lIAlIy ,r7Af ffjun yma in llw zulrfvriu rrljoynj flu' H40 . N u , z P fe 3 f as 55 5. S. 1 2 56 1 5' ,s Wx 95 P7 N Ev if if is . 4 2 Qs' A x -9 I it . - 'ik T' L 9 A l wuwov-, ff' 235 uperca6!ragi6.4fic r QQM 04 xx 3-5 N Nw M, ,pf-ff" . ELOPHENT DEVOFFICE wtf Cgxpiagclocioua 7 golm .jgogsclz - Wasfer .jvlypnofisi -uypnafisi Jann Joann enierlaineci on lime campus mann IHA anJ amaxeni line sluzienls wiln luis meniafpowers. mr. fn-vsenlecia noon- 1.'... ,AW ff. fl.. f..,f'.f.fz.. wl.afA Jrew ,1..J.,.n AML fo IL. mmf., flu.: ,.:,A1 for an s,oo ,,.... ,,.f,'o.-......f. in JMLM, ,4..Ju.fa.... IA.: was ...:,..., fmanau., ami eeiucafional ,lhenna-Lora .Kogan hrs! L4-fame inleresfeJ in flu psycnopnenomena oflnwmasis and uira-sensory P zrcc P lion Ae was a siuJeni offsyrllology ai Me uniuersiiy of Moana. .7oJay, .Komen is recognizes! as an ouisianJing auillorily in flu wid over iweniy-hue years ofexferience as a Aciurer, Oulu- lainer, anal frofessionafconsuaanl. .Ms unique auJience ,oariicipaiion Program is as enleriaining, endglafening, anal fasrinaling as ii.s name: upAenomena of ll.. 7710-41. " .Komen Las ap,nareJ as a guesi on rounlbss raeho anJ ieauision programs. Johnny Cgarson, llosi oflne joniglli .S,Aow, ,las iermeJ .kodsrnis arrear- anres as H344 Lrigniesi and funniesf in our propssion ioclay. H .Ms mosi impressive Asi ofcreziiis inclucles Me AunJreJs ofcoiages anJ uniuersifies Mal lu Las performeJ ai in ine Zlnileei .siaies anJ CanaJa. .Janeview in lin ofhciafpugdcalion affine Waiionafgnferiainmeni 6onArence fan associalion of oucr 300 colagesi talAJ .Komen U. . . ouislanJing!y areal . . . a Jeliglui io wort wiin . . . recommenJ llim Liglfyn .Kodak repuieel io Le ilu fasiesi lnwmoiisi, fresenis up lo a ilu-ee-inour siage performance. fad alone Las fn-omfieJ acior peler .gefbrs io calljodsrl Jvlldlllil ... B POWlfAOUJl of dll GCI. .yncfueini in luis program is audience parlicipaiion in praclica,Jemonsiralions oflswmosis, mass-llypnosis, posi-lllypnoiir suagesiions, exira-sensory Ferceffion, and meniadsm. Joann wiflinuife 20 or more ,napa on siage io Jemonsiraie luis unsurpasseci luwnnolie Luis. yd, .Kogan always ireals Lis uofunieers will Me uimosi respeci an! consirieralion for illeir privacy and Jigniiy. Xobscn 's program neuer faib io ebcii greal enlluasiasm anal enjoymenl, noi onfy from luis audiences Lui also from luis on-siage uolunieers. .M Las open Lean praised for luis amusing yei sop,lisiicaieJ lnamldng of ,tis on-siage llwmoiic suLfecis. .24 cerlihezl memoer affine .American .gnsiiluie o!.!Jwrnosis, .Kogan is also an aciiue member ofilu .f4ssocialion io .x4Juance 6'iLica,.!JWznosis. uiibzing Lis LacLgrounJ in ilu he,Js offsycno-Jynamics, psycilo-cyLerneiics, ami human Lenauior, Ae Las serveJ as a consuhani io ,rllysicians in ilu ireaimeni ofpsycloso- maiic aifmenis ami aiJeJ Jeniisis in Me use of llypnosis for lzaindss clenla, worL. Jann .xohscfs frienJ,y yei aulnorilaiiue ma nner immeziiaiefy gains anJAola1s ine aiieniion anal inleresi of luis auJience. Comenlian maui! .S7einLerg summeJ ul: ..Ko0szA's magneiic quably Ly remarLingr u.y,m g!aJ .9 was ilu opening for Joann. wine coulci foliow Lim?" 238 J-, .3437 if l.,"-u li... . K- i.'. .pl gall".- . ,' .u"..nQ-bsm.6"'...g a ,l'.u ..u .Q glhgq it 5 4 n D' 8 . ' I' l'. AQAAU4 4 ' ' ' Q Q Q gy gO v 1 Q Q O 0 -' Q- I ll .55 . 9 .I sl lil. .,. Q ."." u' u' gl A141-A5 1155511 I 5-' .. ...li .J-....tx'O.i.l,u.n.i.t.G n' .Q .H 5 c.l Q -l .--.gl ..l..b -I IQGQQQ .sb I Q g 9 , 9 . g 5' Y I v s ' s 1 1 In "ill-sstaf. ' Wagons. YH Vflsnsqsvv ."l5p-'tag I I l Z A ln .lg ll .g.9. ol. nL.1.. I U 1 U t t 1 5 e. Q . u xii I U 1 n 0 1 9 . 9 I D 0 s I 3 v- n", Q 1 gl Stigiouusn- "UlI'Uil-its iiviolnnupg iiiitttugnp Xlintsuupu l1,atnvsno.. I lliiil K in itiltunsgns ixiihti Iivsisuu Ilfi :ititl'O.l,l 5 O lst! - xlllsy iii!! Sits tl! U x 1 If is QI. S I n l X 4 .4 lQ...q4 5 .I Q4 . . l --I ...A- wvf. Q,...:. 7 'Q 0!"..,o'l 1 4 i U pn' Qs i .A tl. . gl AQ. Lg 1 49'::..w Q04 -4.44" Simms-A gnu' 1 2 239 Sega! gives oncerf - pri! 6 peler Segal a Jislinguisluei sofoisl of ilu .gegovia .Sinead is a masler ofhue ceniuries of guifar music, .Ms reperloire entomfasses wo:-Ls from early six- leenln fenlury composilions for Laroque guilar, lnrougn ine ninefeenin renlury maslers Sor anJ guidani, lo conlemporary composers Mila-Jobs, Hof-vigo ann! grillen. .ye is also e1eJicaleal lo lin exparalion of ilu guifar as a rllamoer insfrumenf. mr. .gegalnas collaLoraleJ wid olAer arfisfs in ennmms JICL as guiiar ami ilarfssiclloral, guilar an! slr-ings, guifar an! voice, anJ guifar ana! rnarimoa. .9n 1972 Le formal luis mosl noiaoa associalion, wiln ,dafisl jane! .Kel- cnum, ami line lwo Leann lo develop a reperloire for fiule ami guilar. .Since linen .Xelciuem ann! .gegalllaue mei enfnusiaslic cr-ifica!afproualanJ warm dslener IIJPUIIJI. Alla! mr. .gegafs leacilers were sluJenfs ofliu areal .x4nJres Segouia. .sue Las sfuclieel unnier sucln maslers as peler Cobnna, .Adria miax, Oscar gnig- Aa anal you jomas al inslilulions ine .f4ccaJemia Cinigiana anJ flu Cgonservaforio .zzdnlonio Muaffn in .9la,y. .ye Las allenJeJ Ike Sfanisn musica en gomlposfefa ami me Ganaclian gan!! Sclnoolo! jine .fdris am! 6oAaraJo's .fdspen .gclloolof music. mr. .gegalis a memLer offne pAi!aJe4aLia new musir group, anJ ine presidenl office pllzifazlelpllia Classicalguiiar Sociely. .Jue leaclus Lofll af jemfa zlniwrisfy anal lin pAi,aJe,1llia Colby aide per- forming .f4rfs. pefer .gegalllas joinen! wiin flu nalaob pLi!aJe4sAia Orcnesfra in symfnony Performances in fne pooin .Ne Las playeJ in Me ,sresfigious .14- casiemy of music anJ in wasknglon 's .Kennedy genler. .Ae Las ado sofoeei wiln be-afensemods inclueling ilu moslwq .S,oloisls, file .xdmeriia .Shing Or- ciuslra ane1iAe piuifaeiefpiuia Cofavge ofperfarming .141-ls Chanson Orciuslra. .ye inns playa! affouer lin Zlnilul .gales in pfaces sucn as melmil ami .Alas- La, am! in 1974 in mania isis successfuftfuropean Jeoul in Qfomion. .ye is ff-esenlfy a memoer of Inc new yorl LaseJ Jdffaale .f4rlisls, .9nc., wAicA fn-omoles milab fl.f.,..,Af,..1 ll.. ZLSL4 'lfUl..,. 240 lu is nal performing. mr. Segal enjoys pfaying lennis anal walcning ,tis favorile Laseoafl leam, Me Q . 'X- K. . . 1. If if' F' ' L NZ .V Q f .al in O 5 -Gtr ?N Os' '- cl any ,F 'A pig! V-I 1 I Q ,s 15 I" 'z ,'vb .N, N 1 's ' E 9 4. lk . Ol ' 1 2 , v a'.' v - . Vx Ijl 1 Q 9 g. A Nl 0 9 Nd' 'Y 6 I -1 - . f ' ' I P ' a -- ,, cg-:if -gil- 741- "I ,,,4. aiw- WW We 125 W. RIVER STREET SAVANNAH, GA 31401 .f?J...... ca-lzlslsmaousu 559 MALL BOULEVARD SAVANNAH GA 31406 your Muller Reclamahon Centhr Q GIB- L... I- PIZZA INN ATLANTIC BANK AND TFIUST COMPANY- 27 BULL STREET 8840 Abe,-corn P.O.BOX92OB SAVANNAH,GA. 31412 Mmm renew osposn nNsunANcs conpomnow And 1639 E. Victory Drive 355-0492 Special Every Tue. Night All The Pizza 62 Salad you can Eat. ,Q .. VICTORY BOWLING LAN ES S . 'e . ' 2277 E. Victory Drive Phone 354-5710 - - "A SA VA NNAH BUSINESS. . . 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M4604 Featuring WITH SHIRTS TO MATCH FOR EVERYONE 352-4954 Victory Dr. Shopping Plaza Victory Dr. and Skidaway Rd. 24 Custom Lab Weddings Legal ' Commercial Portraits Photography By WINDELL M. SMITH f912j 897-5781 RO. Box 9822 Savannah, Georgia 31412 L.. .1-"'-Q 'fur' ? ' 4'l"'v """'M,,, fi' f' l 5 ft -4 f- '4""' "-' li ,Q-S' .4 'L4""T '1",""""""fff 24 750 Andrea Anderson Angela Anderson Lynn Anderson Chachi Arcola Lawrence Arkin Miss Armstrong Mr. Beau Ann Arrow Ernest Bachlor Eva Baggerly Cindy Banks Greg Barker Mike Barker George Bedwell Beth Benefield Big Bird Barbara Blackburn Brad Blastic Joe Blow Becky Bohler Bella Bohler Bendy Bohler Vicki Bohler J. J. Bones Mrs. Kate Bored Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Barrett Cynthia Barrett Michelle Barrett Martha Boutin Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Boutin Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boutin Leeann Braddy Mr. and Mrs. James Brook Danny Brown Sandy Bryan Dean Buck Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burke Angela Bush Rhett Butler Aurora Campbell The Chest Club Agatha Christi Kathy Chu Dick Clark Donna Clements Leslie Clifton PATR 0 Amy Collins Annie Collins Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Collins Maurice Collins Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cota Cherie P Coursey Chuck Coursey L. C. Cow Mrs. Millie K. Cow Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Cowart F risky Cowart Michael Cowart Howard Cunningham Cupid Kitty Curran Jane Curtain Jack Daniels Patty Deaux Mary Denham Dudley Doright George B. Dog Kathi Doll M. C. Donalds Mrs. Mary Donovan John Dudley Julie Durrence Echo Delores Face Doris Face Jane Fonda Arthur Fonzarelli Four out of Five Dentists Frances Funderburk Bonzo R. Gain Prep Gaskin Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Gator Sheryl Gay Fran George Gloria Gill Janet Gnann Ann Gooding Debra Marsh Grass Amy Grace Grimm Mary Groberstein Karl Grotheer Simone Haddock George Hagin Brenda Hall Brian Hancock Lee Harmer Mr. Al Harris Andrew Hatch B. B. Hatch Doris Hatch Jane Hatch Roddy Hatch Mr. and Mrs, Roddy Hatch Snoopy Hatch Dolores Havrilla Drew Haynes Mrs. Matilda Heath Heathcliff Will Hee Carol Hendry Hubble Hendry Tubby Hendry Henry Henry VIII Mrs. Henry VIII Mrs. Henry VIII Mrs. Henry VIII Donald Herman Walt Hlckox Wayne Hickax Jack and Jill Hill Mr. Bill S. Hit Mr. I. M. Hot Mr. U. R. Hot Baron Von Howlingwolf Casey Hunnicut Huchback of Notre Dame Laura Ingalls Mr. Jacques Itch B. O. Jains Punk Johns Susie Johnson Keith Jones Kitty Kat Brenda Kennedy Ann Kilpatrick Doris Cole Michael Guido Martha Kilpatrick Mike Cole Andrea Haddock Mary Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs. John Kirby Baby Kirkley Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kirkley Sandy Kirkley Susie Kirkley Stephen Kleckner Susie Kleckner Tom Kleckner Mr. and Mrs. Willia M. C. Kotos Laurie Lahar Lewis Lane Mike Larisy Rosco Laroso Emily Latella Lin Linton The Lone Ranger Ed Long Butch Longaberger King Lud Mr. Lumberger Magnum, PI. Lisa Mallory Lucy Maye Roger McCants Mike Miller Theresa Moeykens Joe Montana Christy Moore Vicki Moore John Morden Sonia Moreland Mummy Father Murphy Josie Murphy Mary Gene Murphy Jamie Myers Suzanne Newsom Juice Newton Klee Nix Valerie Nix J. D. North Maureen 0'Brien Kelly Oetgen Harriet Olsen Eye Opener Cindy Page m K leckner PATR O Catherine Palumbo Katie Parks Dolly Parson Kaola Pectate Jacque Penne Miss Piggy Polar Bear Angie Pomykala Patricia Pomykala Terry Pope Miss C. X. Pot Mr. Potatohead Susie Pounds Jimmy Ray Ron Reagan Helen S. Reddy Christopher Reeve Steve Rich Kim Richardson Judy Richburg Liver Richburg Jennifer Roberson Joe Roberts Mr. Rogers Kenny Rogers Tootsie Roll Rosanna Rosannadana Pete Rose Sam Rosenburg Colleen Rovolis Meloni Sapp Teri Sapp Danny Scott Miss S. S. Sea Dale Shelling Dorothy Skinner Nancy Skippy Windell Smith Mrs. M. Spellman Jackie Stephens Vicki Stephens Kim Strickland Marie Strickland I. C. Tea -M r. Achelles Tendon Lisa Thomson Sharon Todd Tripod Lynn Tucker Robert Tucker Leo Turnquist Mrs. Sylvia Turnq Willie Tuton Miss Two Flags uist Mr. and Mrs. John Tyson Ill Lynn Tyson Ros Tyson Mr. R. Uhot Hershel Walker Kenneth Ward Leslie Warnock Brenda Williams Jaye Witebowe Michelle Younger Zimbabwe Human Eric Zufall e Society 25 Editor 's essage One of the most fundamental lessons in college is the interper- sonal relationship. Students relate to adults, and students be- come adults by developing their own opinions, styles, and person- alities. I feel that the best way to learn is to make an attempt at leadership and grow from the successes and failures that accom- pany it. In each learning process, one has moments of ecstasy, but more often moments of despair. Journalism can be particularly trying since there are rigid deadlines and endless contacts to be made to arrange pictures, copy, and headlines in a meaningful manner. I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to those whose pictures should be in the book, but are not. I would also like to thank those who kept me going all year. My Mom and Dad deserve a lot of credit for supporting me through another editorship. Windell Smith was always there with a kind word of encourage- ment when things were rough, and his photography was a definite asset to the book. Lynn Tyson, the Assistant Editor, made things fun. Dr. Brown, Dr. Strozier, and Dean Buck were kindly support- ive. Everything goes better with the help ofa friend, and Stephen is the best friend I have. I also owe endless praise to my true Savior, Jesus Christ for loving me no matter what I do and for bestowing me with some virtues and helping me with the rest. I trust that while some people may be disappointed in the book others will meet it with an invigorating approval. A heartfelt thanks to those who made it possible. Ann Abbot 84 Ierry Acker 174 Anne Adams 92 Mary Adams 65 Lisa Alberino 159 Lori Alexander 167 Robert Allison 77 Mike Alwan 176 Laura Ambrose 84 Robin Amburn 92 Robin Anderson 65 Carolyn Anthony 84 Beth Armstrong 167 Nancy Armstrong 92 Wayne Bacon 77, 103 Ed Bagley 103 Debra Bailey 65 Phyllis Balmes 109 Phyllis Bartley 84 Ioe Beasley 174 Peggy Bel 92 Stephen Bell 84 Beth Benefield 108, 214, 215 Wilson Berry 77 Kerry Berta 77 Dawn Berth 84 Mike Best 92 Lynne Bethune 85 Tina Blank 65 Iohn Earl Blanton 65, 160 Brad Blastick 103 Barbara Bolch 92 Eddie Bolch 92 Melissa Bond 77 Michelle Borrett 77, 184, 185 Martha Bautin 85, 182, 184, 185 Margaret Bradley 92 Anita Branch 77 Stephanie Bridges 65, 188 Marci Brook 92 Charles Brown 77 Kathryn Brown 92 Kim Brown 85 Sally Io Brown 65 Selinthia Brown 92 Tris Brown 65 Ienny Buchheit 65, 188, 214 Ioan Buchheit 85 Patrick Buckley 92 Teresa Bunger 65 Gwyn Burkhart 85 Renee Burns 77 Sherry Butler 77 Anita Byrd 85 7 l Aurora Campbell 85, 108, Kathy Carlson 77 Edward Carter 85 Eva Carter 85 Sheila Carter 92 Shirley Carter 92 Warren Chamberlin 92 Teresa Cheney 65 Terri Christy 167 Karen Clark 92 Duane Claxton 92 Donna Clements 214 Veronica Clinton 159 lohn Cody 92 Michael Cohen 218, 219 Kelly Cole 92 lean Coleman 85 William Collins 174 Iulie Converse 85 Sherri Cothran 85 Cherie Coursey 184, 185 David Crapse 174 Susan Crapse 85 Almarita Crawford 85 Connie Cross 160 Angie Crovatt 174 Faye Curry 92 Chris Danos 93 Angela Davis 93 lames Davis 85 Rita Deal 66, 160 Tracey Deily 85 Iohn DeLorme 86 Margie Dixon 174 Kathy Doll 93, 176, 188 Rosanne Drescher 77 Robert Drewery 174 Herman Driskell 103 Iames Dudley 66 Iohn Dudley 93 Liz Dunn 86 Sara Easterlin 78 Ann Edwards 86 Terralyn Edwards 108 Emma Ellis 66 Maurice Evans 103 Ayn Everett 78 Sherie Exley 86 214, 215 4 De-lessa Falls 93 'lim Fogarty 78 lack Fowler 181 Phyllis Frazier 86 Robert Fritts 78 'lerri Fuller 93 Steven Fulton 66 Heidi Futch 174 'l'im Garris 167 David Gaskin 66, 143, 181 Dodie Gay 86, 174, 214 Kaye Geiger 93 Cynthia German 78 Donald German 160 Gigi-Gibson 108 Amy Glass 93 Louis Glass 79, 103 Iudy Gleeson 66 Cheryl Glover 67 Ann Gooding 184, 185 leffrey Gordon 93 lacelyn Garley 93, 159 Gail Gaslee 160, 174 Tercie Grabe 86 Sharil Green 94 Alisa Gregory 79 Tal Groover 140, 142 Karl Gratheheer 86 Andrea Haddock 67, 184, Simone Haddock 87 'l'im Haeussler 79 George Hagin 67 Al Hall 103 Brenda Hall 176, 177 Cordell Hall 67 Duey Hallowman 167 Brian Hancock 67 Kelly llarbaugh 167, 176 Michelle Hardy 159 Lisa Harman 160, 174, 228 Lee Harmer 67, 108 Craig Harney 69 'lania Harvey 94 lidword Haynes 79 Phyllis lleidt 109 Chris Hendly 87 Charlene Henley 108 Willette Henley 94 Betty Henry 87 lamie llerbsie 87, 174 Kevin Herndon 87 Wal! Hickox 69, 140, 142 185, 214,216,217 Wayne Hickox 87 Aaron Hill 94 Renee Hines 87 Paul Hoffman 94 lohn Holland 174 Valerie Halley 94 Calvin Holmes 79 Dale Hooks 87 Lonnie Howard 145 Andrea Hudson 176 Freda Hudson 94 Rebecca Hughes 94 Wayne Hutsell 87 Christy Irwin 94 .qln Teresa lackson 94 Kathy Iacabs 87 Coral lenkins 94 Iennifer Ienkins 94 Iulie Ienkins 79 Kelly Ienkins 167 Tammy Ienkins 69 Vianne Iennings 94 Archie Iohnsan 174 Charles Iahnson lll 69 Linda lohnsan 94 Terry Iahnson 94 Angela lanes 167 Betty lanes 87 Keith lanes 79, 103 Lisa lanes 87 Pam lanes 87, 174 Deborah Keller 87 Brenda Kennedy 87 Carolyn Kessler 79 Karen Kicklighter 167 Ann Kilpatrick 79, 143 Margaret King 94 Sandy Kirkley 184, 185 Susie Kirkley 184, 185 Keely Kratzer 80 Scott Kukelhan 103 Andrea Kunnman 159 David Kwak 80 Debbie Lamb 143 Lori Lanier 88 Alison Laniz 88 Ianet Larson 94 Edward Lazarini 145 Alvin Lee 69 Ann Leech 94 Alicia Leggett 94 Benjamin Linton 88 Ed Long 143, 145, 181 Susan Long 214, 215 Victor Long 69, 160 Anita Lopez 70 Mark Lowman 145 i, .ill1 j Aileen MacDonnell 94 Karen Magwood 70 Lisa Mallory 214 Melba Mann 70, 143 Carl Manning 95 Pamela Manning 88 Deborah Marsh 80, 143 David Marshall 70 Sherri Martin 80 Deborah Martinez 80 Iames Massey 176 Pamela Mastin 71 Almeta Mattis 80 Donna McCants 71 Charles McGirt 88 Mark McKim 95 Michael McLendon 95 Donna McNair 71, 214 Barry Melton 95, 102 Charles Mercer 145 Melanie Metger 88 Iamie Meyers 95 Debbie Michael 167 Angela Mike 159 Don Miles 71 Amy Miller 89 Angela Miller 95 Anna Miller 95 Eric Mitchell 80 Shelly Mitchell 160 Craig Moore 80, 174 Lietzyl Moore 95 Iohn Muirhead 89 Iosie Murphy 80, 188 Mary Gene Murphy 71, 140, 142, 188 1 .- - 1 N irmala Nambia '71 Donald Nelligan 143, 145 Pat Nelton 145 Cindy Newlin 174 David Newlin 174 Suzanne Newsom 80 Robin North 95 Teri Nugent 176 Maureen ffllfllfll 80 Kelly Uetgen 108 Iames Ugletree 89 Lisa Ugletree 89 Merri Kay Uler 108 l-Ive Oliver 159 Suzanne Oppenheim 150 Melissa Owen 81 Leslie Paerman 174 Cindy Page 81, 184, 185 lvy Page 167 Cheryl Parker 174 Pam Parker 160 Katie Parks 81 Sheila Parrish 89 Debby Parsons 90 Rhonda Patton 72 Theresa Poe 95 Angela Pomykala 81, 143 Patricia Pomykala 90, 143, Derward Poole 174 Terry Pope 109 Suzette Pounds 90 Billy Powell 167 Brenda Prater 90 Candace Pratt 90 Celeste Provence 96 Tom Puckett 176 Michael Pullum 72 Sammie Quaterman 96 Kelly Raftery 160 Sandy Ramsey 167 Iimmy Ray 72, 140, 142 Bryan Reiff 96, 174 Ed Reimer 143, 181 Nancy Reimer 81 Errol Rhett 96 Iudy Richburg 81 Barbara Ritzert 96 Wesley Roberson 82, 140 Michael Roberts 174 Ianice Rockefeller 72 Karen Roeder 72 Ramona Roque 96 Iohn Ross 102 160, 229 25 T Nancy Ross 160 Colleen Rovolis 96 Rhonda Row 108 Tom Rowe 174 Mary Rozier 90 Ianice Rubey 72 Dorothy Russell 72 Kimberly Rutland 174 Al Ryan 160 Beth Ryan 174 Mary Ann Salley 90 Linda Salmon 228 Ava Salter 174 Cecilia Sanders 159, 174 Phyllis Sanders 96 Teresa Sapp 96. 159, 184, 185 Cherry Sarria 96 Chris Schaaf 90 lanet Schaaf 96 Karen Schaaf 90 Steven Seagraves 72 Kenny Sellers 174 Debra Selman 82 Robert Sessoms 96 Susie Sharpe 96 Dale Shellings 140, 143 Alan Sheppard 82 Michael Sikes 82 Susan Sikes 96 Debra Silva 72 Sandra Singleton 96 Tony Singleton 96 Helen Smily 72, 159 Barry Smith 82 Elizabeth Smith 174 Ernest Smith 96 Marla Smith 72 Ray Smith 103 Rex Smith 181 William Smith 96 Windell Smith 72 Christy Sparks 83 Delia Speir 90 Gretchen Stephens 74, 159 Charlean Stewart 83 Sandy Stewart 90 Suzanne Stewart 96 Kathy Stout 96 David Strickland 145 Kim Strickland 97, 184, 185 Marie Strickland 214 Harry Stump 83 Melody Taylor 97 Thawanna Taylor 90 Brenda Thomas 97 Detra Thomas 90, 108 Eric Thomas 103 Sherri Thomas 97, 159 Ronnie Thompson 90 Lisa Thomson 83, 182, 188 Sharon Todd 90 Nicola 'Irusty 97 Lynn 'Tucker 83, 184, 185 Robert Tucker 74, 181 Richard Turner 90 David 'Ihrnquist 91 Lynn TySOn 74, 140, 184, 185 Michael Ulman 83, 181 Charles Vaughn 97 Norman Veale 74 Patty Vageley 97 Phillip Walker 91 Nancy Wallace 159 Leslie Warnock 91, 184, 185 Lynn Watkins 91 Teresa Watkins 97 Angie Weeks 174 Leigh Weirich 160 Pamela Wheeler 74 lames White 74 Zylthia White 97 Randi Whitfield 97 Candy Wilkins 108 Kenny Williams 103 Yvette Williams 176 Zephani Williams 91 Donna Williamson 75 Kathy Willis 97 Debbie Wolling 91 Marie Walling 97 Lee Woods 91 Denise Wynn 145 Patricia Yelle 97 Tony Yeomans 91 Esther Zylstra 75 'E Q X-- - A.4l ra . ,aw 'F his ,ight u a Q Q1 if 'Nair i N xg -7. -t-EQ--A4 H 5. 1 Q '51 Q- 'N m 5 u 1 I-S. ,C . x 8? :pb


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