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

 - Class of 1983

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One Hundred Twelve The Organized . . . One Hundred Thir'ry-'rwo Greek Life . . . One Hundred Sixry-four Porrrairs . . . One Hundred Eighty STuden'r Life . . . Two Hundred Twelve Parrons . . . Two Hundred Forry-eight Index . . . Two Hundred Fif'ry5'rwo r,? f -Q . . Ish' "v ' 2..'-s"- N' 0-A--. .-, If . -A 18 fx- :Ml fixup 10:1 , x, , Y , P ' ,N Q, Q. ra-... W, u1'h' --K, M xv "--xnxx 'NWQW ,X - xx . W wx.. - M N M- ,Q- 'bf G-v.-V mi mfiifg +3 'wmv .rv ' , .am-.K 'iggmih' A, T M, . ,. In -1 VS- '. 1 V 4.1 'QQ my Q-HQ . . , N -X www k-," .X Pi K ' , V.. K, , , . M K A mi? M: X NNW-mg vi ,nf W? N-.xiii QS K. . . X x . k . . .. , K -L bf Ni f is V,',"'ffr KGS! Dr. Robert Bumehk Acfing Presidem Cf Armsfremg STcJTe College ,. . L 1' f I. I ? .- if 5 K X- Mrs. Orzodo - Secretory .' , -,AV K, 'X n y ' ff . - hu W 1,- 'X L.. , NX F '71 X 1-gi, m--f"43'f Mr. Hunnlcurl - Reglsfrclr X 2 L - R: Leon Drummer, Joonne Mincey, Borlis Jones, Mory Cody, Sue Golden, Suzonno Rockwell 4 21 Admissions s au- , X f , I 'iQ Public lrwformclhon Hi ii" sash' 'LV'-k5ws-Tx Mcrgoret - s - 'f 'r 1 i i J I -is - Lf' Morrison - Director Jonice Christy - Secretory Computer Services rs 'ap i i ' , 531 Computer services stotf pic- tured left to right: Mortho Morrison, Conrod Clemens, Jonice Christy, Leon Smith, Rivonno Bornes, Greg Simpson T 15-fi , The Supporting Cost - 23 Ldne Liiordry STCJW ,V i QA y Jerry Scrndy - Director of the Lone Librory ond Administrative Services 1 ig S-.d 2 x i H N 9 Jedn Meyer ond Morgoret Porker - Secretories for the Librory ond Administrative Services CVPGSDGCYIVBIW Potty Deoux ond Denise stahl Nets Kris Brockrneier - Assistont Director ond Reference Librdrion fx Q3 it J 4 41 Q, I r ,, .1 i x , q - i ' i W i CL-Ry: Sondro Dunwood - Audio-Visuols, Tom Johnson - Audio-Visuol Y Technician, ond Goil Bron Ann Blokely - Reference Librorion in Q, 2. K N A 4 , i r x '9 X' .i X I H. u -' ff. "1 rrgughs - Reference Libferien Suson Cnirbos, Beatrice Toylor, Marjorie Greene, Riro Enzmonn Byung Lee - Technicol Services Reference Librorion -ir-Lv fe. v, I m I f .. X X r My , , B r , xl -xxqvxv-'F radii! x v , -1-1 . E 3 N 3 N .. Business Gffice Mrs Hunnicutr Secretory Mr. John L. sre-gon VP. for BUSUWGSS GDC Finance ia" r .En Director Mrs Moxbm Secretory 26 V ,SO '1' Rlchard Baker - Director of Plant Operations Jean Olsen - Secretary I 'WTLKQ 'sl-.A . V l K K 5,-n 1 L-R: Roy Morgan, Jacob Powell, Joe Morris, and Hans Mueller. Not pictured: Lopez Cartis, Marvin Dewey, Joe Johnson, Larry Lumberg, Alfonzo Srnalls, Ed Urbanz - Assistant Director of Plant Operations, and Schultz Young. 1 xp' fy, , .1 . V, - M.-spjvq, S f 5" ,.'-I' . glbiffifv 4, i 1 Robert Mumford Charles Brunner - Security Security Roy Morgan, Bob Roundtree, and Joe Ouartermon Director of Security - Hans K. Mueller Mf, Arthur Prosser - Director of Business Services Mrs. Johice Smith - Business Office Secretory 28 - The Supporting Cost 1 3PEPSl i 2.2: Bookstore Stott CL - Dj: Potty Joynes, Keith Hughs. Mory Louise Robinson, Not shown Cindy Permenter - Mohoger Mr. Harry Humphries - Cenfrol Stores Mrs. Cleo Olson ond Jennifer Tyson - Moilroom Mrs. Borboro Simmons - Cofeierio Monoger IIS: Nr 5522 mm ff I Cofelerio Employees QL - Ry Doi Fogel, Jonie Richards, Borboro Simmons, Borboro Lloyd, ond Liso Scoli. Noi shown: Mory Smith. ga 1"r , 32- ' we 52 A' , The Supporting Cos? - 20 Student Affairs 1 1 Y' TN Noor-ni Lontz - Secretory I H A Borboro Blackburn - Assistont Finonclol Aid Director , 1 I Patsy Taylor abt!! I Deon Buck .v I - N.-1 lv" Q Jim Winters - Director of Hnoriciol Aid Lynn Benson - Counsellng .'!::3' " ' i A y l ff" ,I A-..- , t 5. 3 1 . its R fl , is 1 ',- Potrlck Cox - Counseling K3 A Ig ' A L. x: -.5 wa Judy Bryner - Counseling Secretory Koren Kemp - Coreer Plonnlng 8: Placement Shlrley Goodson - Alumnl Director W My 3 I-,know wa-:sau-H, ...f- fif L g AI Horris - Director of Student Doris Cole - Student Acti Activities Secretory vlties 31 Cornmuniiy ' Services Leon of Cornrsnonrry Services Dr Donoid D Anderson 'S -ti Mrs Sondro Tnomos ond Mrs Brendo White - Secretaries vs' i 1 X L 1 v T V7 Mrs Leslie Prevofi - Hurnon Services Coordinofor Mrs Rencie Smyth - Short Courses ond Conferences Coordinofor r 'Q A 'S ' N l - I I-lumen Services ,, Jomes Repelio, Deon Crirninol Jusiice -New is .W 72 -mg, 'lbw , -' 1. Dr. Dennis Murphy, Dr. George Menzel ond Dr. Wiiliom Megofhlin - Deporirnenf Heod 1' i r Morsno Clork - Secretory The Supporting Cost - 33 Denial l-lyaene fm f..,. Mrs, Ei Simon - Department Head Respiratory Therapy Ross owers - WT-, l - lecftiif i in Heaa Faculty: Teresa Adams, Patricia Barlnka, Caroline Fleming, Patrlcla Giorgio Mary Hoover, Carol Russell, Barbara Tanenbaum Stl Qfjw OO '99 ,M Faculty Rene Dlamantis William Smith Arthur Taft Health Sciences Dr. Dennis Parsons - Department Head of Health Science Education Setona Page - Medical Records Technology instructor I . K -.qnnngf ., in I ' Q ,4 .V 5 , .v 'Q SX I Kathleen McLanahan - Medical Records Secretary Ann Marohn - Director of Medical Records Technology 1 Assooiole Degree Nursing Judy Lowe - Secretory Mrs. C. Welch - Department Heod FOCulfy - Noncy Belln, Dorothy Bell, Kathleen Dutko, Freddie Hepner, Dorolhy KIUYTZ, Morgoref MOYNBWS, Mory Miller, Ethel Pruden, Fronces Robinson, Soro Trrnoerloke, lone Wrllromson 30 - The Supporting Cost 'S I4 X 4 A x A l Baccalaureate Degree Nursing gt nl. Mrs. M. Buck - Department Head Mrs. Diana Brown - Secretary 115 5 I. Faculty: Ethel Hall, Carola Keller, Nettie Levett, Carole Massey, Catherine Schmitz, Elaine Sllcox. The Supporting Cast J E A s 3 v I X 'vleorool Tetgil"wmoloQy 2lqiQgQfCJI'Tl B Deoortmeot Heod Lester Horoegree i-Cl' Sooiol Work ond Sociology 1-1.3-'Qi' CL-Dj Mory Ralston, George Brow 38 The Zuooortmg Cost rm, Alethro Truesdole, ond Nell Sotterfleld Alethio Truesdole Secretory N if Nell Sotterfield - Deportment Heod Joseph Adoms, Deon Scnool of Arts ond Sciences N QL-Ry: Dr. Leslle Dovenporf, Dr. Froncls Thoren, Dr. Allen Pingel, ond Joe Resflvo. Not shown: Dr. Ronold Beumer, Dr. Moonyeon Brower, ond Dr. Lourent Guillou Department Heod Dr. Leslie Dovenpon' Militory Science Rf Cootorn Brodley - Director L41 i -4"'4 It Q ft X -- r -- xx A Psychology Dr Worthrngton - Deoortnnent Heod ON-v. Stott: Stephen Molone ond Korl Jones QQ Stott- Keith Doug- Ios, Jone Potchok. Stu Worthington. Groce Martin Elli t I , o Polefsky Lois Wheller - Secretory Languages, Liieralure, and Dramalic Aris Staff: Lorraine Anchors, Ken? Brooks, Hugh Brown, Bradford Brain, William Sasierllng, Marvin Jenkins, James Jones, Pairicia King, Joseph Killorin, Billie McClanahan, William Mariin, David Noble, Richard Nordquisl, Hugh Pendexier, virginia Ramsey, Roberi Slrozier, John Suchower, John Welsh, and Charles Wolfe, lvlaihemaiics and Compuier Sciences ...:' Pai King x., - , rl V I il 'lt Q Pictured above: Mlckle Harvln, Dale Kilhefner, Charles Lesko, Richard Munson, Charles Dr, Charles Lesko - Deparimeni Head Shipley, Stephen Richiers, Daniel Cypheri, Below: Anne Hudson, Jane Barnard, Dennis Geoffery, John Fendeise. Noi pictured: Vickie Norwich, and Eric Siocker. 2 , L Cyndy Seyle - Secretary X '.x..3' x X X Al nMxnvnQfxxm' -" -1. ' ! :mm If 2: .51 I 'I I I I I I I . P!! 5:14 ff Chemistry and Physics I- ! I I III .9 I i t - - 'IJKQI X -I -A X I . I 3 I '. , Dr. Morrls Whiten, and Mr. Michael Jaynes I A f If ' I . " Y ' '31 Dr. Henry Harris If Department Head Us -4 Mary C-oerte. Dr Paul Robbms, Dr Henry Hams, Dr. Jonn Brewer, and Dr. Gary ,ononmng ,I I It "l k , Brenda Downs - Secretory ' . '?'.a"f"1L'C "J 5' E1 A xx I I Developmental Studies I Q lb 5- I 1- 2 Carolyn Smith, Cynthia Geoftrey. Carolyn Zahnlser. Carl Harrls, and Susan Johnson Evelyn Dandy I Department Head - . !' Mary Ann Findeis - Secretary QL-RJ: Rondy Reese, Jone Wyss, John Schmidt, Bonny Hough, Dr. Steve Brondon, Dr. Morgoret Dovenport, Dr. Robert Horris, ond Peggy Nodoiich History ond Poliiicoi Science I L-RJ Front row: Mory Robertson, Dr. Steve Rhee, Dr. Jonet Stone, Dr. Jimmy Gross, ond Erich itocker. Bock row: Dr. Roger Worlick, Dr. Williom Coyle, Dr. Oiovi Arens, Bernord Comoskey, Jr. Steven Eoly, Dr. John Duncon, Dr. Osmos Lonier, Dr. Lowrence Bobbits, ond Dr. John Newmon. -iot Shown: Dr. Robert Potterson, Dr. George Pruden, ond Dr. John McCorthy. Fine Arts ln, 'lla 1 1 .,., 1 I Deportment Heod Dr. Steve Bronoon Deportment Heod Dr. Roger Worlick The Supporting Cost - A3 X f Secretory Secondary Education I l I I QC 49. '- -l Faculty: Ardella Ball, Virginia Barrett, Clifford Burgess, Herbert Galloway, Samuel Newberry, Aurelia Robinson, Linda Stephens, William Stokes, Claudia Thomas, Susan White. Physical Education Department: Back L-R. Dr. Roy Sims, Mike Lariscy, Eddie Aenchbacher, Dr. Larry Tapp, Joe Roberts, George Bianchi. Front B.J. Ford, Vickie Harrell, Ruth Davis, Ginny Knorr, Gloria Gill, Renny Bryner. :L-F --- E'- n'9 :PU 17 L' T355 . Q:- L:.u'E I EE: . - P l 11 I' In: il f 'il . N WH U N QQ r '- William Stokes - Department Head, Secondary Education X- LL" N 2 I 07 C km ? if . T X - . M C 5 ' . . r ' r: i 1 3 1 f .V ,Jenny Frances n ' ':Q"."f":', X And Athletics MQ.. dig' 5 .li x ..'J Dr, Roy Sims Department Head ix The Savannah Ballet Antonio Sousa and Karena Brock take their final bows for their performance in "Skaters" The City of Savannah presented a free one night performance by The Savannah Ballet on September 28, 1982 at 8iOO pm. at Armstrong's Fine Arts Auditorium. The Savannah Ballet presented three different performances. They first performed "Skaters" with music by Giacomo Meyerbeer and choreography by Karena Brock. "Skaters" featured Karena Brock, artistic director of the ballet. and Antonio Sousa dancing a pas de deux. After a brief intermission The Savannah Ballet performed 'Clinka Pas De Dix" with music by Michael G-Iinka and choreography by Karena Brock, Their final performance of the evening, "Opus 26 Red", was danced to Piano Concerto +3 by Sergei Prokofiev and was choreographed by Leonard D. Goffredo, During the 1982-83 season The Savannah Ballet presented four other performances. On Saturday October 23, 4082 they presented a tour de force choreographed by Leonard D. Goffredo consisting of "West Side Story," "Stars and Stripes Pas de Deux" and "Classical Fireworks." In December they presented their annual Christmas treat, "The Nutcracker." ln February they performed "Capriccio Italien," The final performance for the 4982-83 season was performed in April and was entitled "Cappella" Ps r 1 . gut, x 0 9" 0 :3 ,N .rl 4 1 + D Cctober 4, 4982 Klppy Brandon and Bob Hope performing at The Savannah Civic Center On October 4, 4982 at 8:00 p.m. The College Union Board presented one of the world's most popular entertainers, Bob Hope, in his first Savannah performance. The evening opened with sixteen year old country singer Kippy Brandon. Bob Hope then performed for over an hour thrilling close to three thousand of his fans. Throughout the evening Hope received four standing ovations. ' Bob Hope began performing during World War ll before American Troops. During the Korean War and the Vietnam War he continued to travel and entertain troops. Besides performing as a comedian in motion pictures, radio, and television Hope has published his autobiography, Have Tux, Will Travel and l Owe Russia 842001 Hope has also starred on Broadway in Roberta, and has worked with such greats as Bing Crosby and Savannah's own Johnny Mercer. F Support Our Scholors -'rl P7 Throughout the yeor vdrious projects ond octivities ore held to roise money for scholorship funds. This progrom hos become known os S.O.S. CSupport Our Schotorsj ond is supported by students, fdculty, odministrotion ond members of the community. During the week of October 48-241 The S.O.S. Wolkothon wos held. Vorious business ond ocodemic deportments, student orgonizotions ond individuol wolkers were sponsored ond poid occordingly to how for they wolked during the week. In November S.O.S. sponsored Armstrong Artisons, Origindl orts ond crdfts donoted by students, foculty ond stoff were sold ond dll proceeds from the soles went to the S.O.S. scholdrship fund. Other S.O.S. events included tlvtoke Your Own Thursdoes' ond Christmos Trees Around the World. 3.0.3. 'Pla- O Armstrong Artisons 9.4 'P-. X J . H ,J Feotures - 53 The Screaming Memes 'I Qs" Q-vt W' L I -u EDY On Wednesday October 20, 1982 The Screaming Memes, a California improvisational comedy group, presented two forty-five minute comedy sets for Armstrong students in the MCC Cafeteria. The San Francisco comedy team was sponsored by the College Union Board. Five years ago Barbara Scott, Mark Taylor, Paddy Morrissey and "Jackson" started the comedy troupe in San Francisco and performed mainly in night clubs. This was their first national tour of college campuses. The Screaming Memes act consisted of some prepared material as well as fast-paced improvisations in which the audience suggested ideas. The troupe did o take-off of soap operas and created their own soap "General Apostle." They performed a sketch entitled 'lThe Tylenol Blues," and performed a take-off of the now current Theregram-M vitamin commercial. The Memes also presented a presidential conference in which the audience brought up "serious" questions concerning Russia, nuclear warfare, and presidential budget cuts for financial aid for students. It was then "Bedtime for l2onzo." The Screaming Memes act was attended by several hundred Armstrong students who really enjoyed the San Francisco comedy group. 54 Features I-'J af' Q... 4. ij:-5zf'L"jQ Qii af' r I 1 . 3 3 'Yi .? L, I- . 1 1 M Www' . M X 'K -5, ' ' yyiv' , 5 T- 1 g H -- ' S5 jx i.. r 1 ' ' :Q 5 .1 R '12 , ,I' I "i nf. Ajit' gg: ' Q. fffj.-gg. ,. I, - W K 6 is x if C lk!! S. lv -Qi gl 'wi .sf The Masauers - "Ch Coward!" The cast of "Oh Cowardi" - George Hardy, Jana Beilmoft, Jack Boyd, Lynn Nerren, Mike Alwon, and Abby Berg The Masauers production of "Oh Coward" was the first in a series of three performances. Winter quarter the Masauers presented "The Shadow Box" and during spring quarter they presented "No Sex Please. We're British." The Masauers are directed by John Suchower. 56 1' L 9, C Q5 ' A . 1 x H f X Q X S n.'. 5 'I 'O J o X '-" dv ' f v . , , - A f,Sfg'.l1,-:- f - is ..1 f"g'f:". y-IW 9 F. -sa WY ' an ' K .,' I, .'.s pk , ,-,fz if 'lr sv P" l , f v-I 9 f fr 'A -4 1:4 5 " 1' xx 1 lr.:-A ,..-Q, 3923 I ASC Jazz Ensemble fi Jazz originaTea in The deep souTh and The ASC Jazz Ensem- ble conTinues To carry ouT The old Tradiiion. ASC's Jazz Ensem- ble gave Their fall auarTer performance on November 45, aT 8:00 p.m. in The Fine ArTs AudiTorium. The ASC Jazz En- semble gives one performance each auarTer. Features - 50 ASC Concert Choir . ft" ' L'K' C The Armstrong State Concert Choir gave their fail quarter performance on November 22, 4982. Armstrong's Concert Choir is under the direction of Dr. Robert Harris. The Concert Choir performs music based on a variety of styles and periods. 60 - Features , s I s 9 inf So .N rf' . . 4 . if f H O W S S ,hw -Nl s -.- S i r o D During The ChrisTmos breok The College Union Boord sponsored o ski Trip To Snowshoe WesT Virginio. The Trip wos coordinoTed by Mrs. Borboro McPipkin. The group goThered oT The Memoriol College CenTer on December 44 oncl Then deporTecl for o week of fun filled wilh snow ond o loT of skiing oT Snowshoe. ir 5, l 5 961 'la .s. ii? - ' 1'f'..'5 , "P " '- I ,. v ', s'. 'sh at , H- , Y Q - vg it ,puff ' .LA-I +A 'JD Na l Av . X . ' c 4 ' Q , 1. .sl Q ' A ' A 4: 4 xx 1 "',w ., ,W S- 4 ..a 1,'!""'T, P-'6""'b "?'- " x 1 'L '-,AA 1 L n , V . X .X A 1' I 1Z6T'wQb., . 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L A I 1 w Miss Homecoming 4983 Lynn Tucker, sponsored by Alpho G-ommo DelTo, wos crowned Miss Homecoming 4983 during holfTime fesTiviTies oT The Homecoming gome by SGA PresidenT Williom Collins ond Miss Homecoming 4982, PoTricio Pomykolo, on Fridoy evening Jonuory 28, 4983. Lynn is The doughTer of Mr. oncl Mrs. Jomes W. Tucker. She is o Physicol EclucoTion mojor ond is o member of Koppo DeITo Pi, on EclucoTion Honor SocieTy, she is olso o member of The P.E. Club ond The women's Tennis Teom. Lynn olso porTicipoTes in inTromurols. She hos served os SG-A Secre- Tory ond os ci EducoTion SenoTor. Lynn hos olso worked on The Geechee sToff. ar. 'Bi Nw HI' f Miss Lynn Tucker FSOTUTSS - OO St. Glof Choir The St. Olof Choir of Northfield, Minnesoto KGTTOSTTW Jennings, dlf6CTOf 70 FGOTUTGS On Februory 7, 4983 The St. Olof Choir of Northfield, Minnesoto performed ot 8,00 P.M. in the ASC. Fine Arts Auditorium. The ASC. Performing Arts Committee spon- sored the St. Olof's Choir performonce. Under the direction of Kenneth Jennings this internotionolly renowned choir hos toured throughout the United Stotes ond Europe. ln four concert tours of Europe they hove oppeored in numerous music testivols. The St. Olof Choir oppeors regulorly with the Minnesotd Orchestro. Kenneth Jennings, their director, is o grdduote of St. Olof College. He received his Moster of Music degree from Oberlin Conservdtory of Music ond o Doctor of Musicol Arts degree from the University of Illinois. His compositions ond orrongements ore published by Augsburg, Wolton, Con- cordio, Kjos, Schmitt, ond Curtis, Savannah ArlisTs Showcase E' '1"'2'a5f ' ' i.5vf':.f ' L-X7 ,A i km" '--+,.g-' -w-- " '--as-.,,s G.-9 X if . The Savannah ArTisTs Showcase was a parT of a series of arT exhibiTs shown in The Fine ArTs Gallery This year. This exhibiT feaTurea works of arT by local arTisTs. FeaTurecl in The show were sculpTures by DoroThy Roa- fora, sTainea glass works by Don Jones ana painT- ings by Jane Lyon ana Ann OsTeen. OTher exhibiTs auring The year incluaea wall hang- ings by lvlargareT PelTon, canaia phoTographs by Horace Engel ana oainT- ings by John Schrni aT. Fealures - 74 I 1982 - 83 A A f i N - Xxylliiah Who HXNHJNSQ S'I'L'DENTS IN Arncrrcan . . UHIVCFSIIICS SL Colleges This is IH guttrgfs' that D.-X N I El- F. BA RTA 11115 ,WUI L'lL'i.'lL'Ll IU W'liii's Xxfllll Atriririg Sluifctits in .-Xtriurszfirti l'riz'1'ct'xil1'us ff? Cfrilfcgixs in iusiigtilitliiri of riirrstirtiifrttg merit and .rariiitfilisliiriurtt ru rr srmfutit irr ARMSTRONG STATE CULLEGE 7 FQAZ, X 5 9 'erri Friller is 0 Dentol Hygiene motor While ottending Armstrong Stote 'NOQF1 she me been flritive in intrdrniirols Terri is olso OD Octive member tri 'Ari ',ofo'i'y drift me served GS Provisionol Membership Director for the rfjliy Angelo Bush is o senior moioring in Chemistry She served os Vice-President ot the Americon Chemicol Society ot Armstrong Store College Angelo hos olso been on the Conduct Committee ond hos served os o Senotor on SGA. Andreo QShelIyj Mitchell is on English mojor. ln 1979-80 she wos the Assistont Editor of the lnkwell. She served on the S.O.S. Steering Committee ond ds choirmon of the Films ond Video Committee. Shelly wos ci CHAOS l9Od6f for three yeors ond hos performed with ASC's Mosquers. Jomes Benton is cz senior mojoring in Chemistry. He is o member of the Americon Chemicol Society, Pi Mu Epsilon, on honory moth troternity, ond hos served in SGA. Jomes olso worked ds o CHAOS leoder, This yeor he served ds the President of the Americon Ebony Associotion. ,rdf 'U' 4: vi fi n k.14f, Karen Ward is a Political Science major. She is the recipent of the Rotary Club Scholarship, the Hodge Foundation Scholarship, the Roper Foundation Scholarship and the Ross Clark Memorial Fund. Karen is a member of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. She has performed with the Masauers, served on CUB's Film and Video Committee and has worked on the Student Photographic Staff. Jenny Buchheit is a Chemistry major and is a member of the American Chemical Society. She is also a member of the Honary Math Fratnerity, Pi Mu Epsilon, as well as being a member of Phi Eta Sigma. Jenny has served as a SGA Senator and is an active member of Sigma Kappa. Jenny was Sigma Kappa's treasurer during the 4984-82 school year. Features - 73 r Cir 'Cb I 'T' Ang9lO Pomykala is a Chemlstry major, She ls a member ot The American Chemical Society of which she has served as Vice-President and ds President Angie has been a member of SGA and served as Pro Tem of the Senate Angie was also l a member of the Student Alumni Club She is also an active member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and has served as Vice-President of the sorority VVInO'S Who Graduating Seniors are nominated by fellow students staff and faculty members for Who s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Nominees are interviewed by the Student Activities Committee consisting of students and faculty members Selections are based on the students participation in extra curricular activities community activities and their academic standing The students on these four pages are the recipients of the 1982 83 Who s Who Among Students ID American Universities and Colleges Award 1 .. , 3 X .4 Q- - l l y Daniel Barta is a senior majoring in Criminal Justice. yi While at Armstrong State College he has been involved in the student Government Association. He served as an A SGA senator, he has been an SGA representative for CUB, l and has worked on both the Finance Committee and the Athletic Committees Danny has also played on the men's tennis team for three years. ,l ll ll l l S C as S I f n ' K I fl X l H-. f 11.- - 1 S 4-1.4 A i Dianetta Bryan is a Secondary English Education major. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and has served as both Vice-President and President of the Student Georgia Association of Educators. Stephanie Bridges is a Computer Science lvlajor. While attending Armstrong State College Stephanie served as an Senator of SGA. She was also an active member in Sigma Kappa Sorority and worked on the lnkwell Staff. Richard Harste received his B.S. in History during Winter Quarter graduation in 4982. He was a CHAOS leader and received the Daughter's of the American Colonist Award. Janet Larson is a Dental Hygiene major. Brenda Prater is a Dental Hygiene major and is a member of the Student American Dental Hygiene Association. She is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa. it ' i Lynn Tucker is a P.E. major. She was voted 1983's Homecoming Queen. Lynn is an active member in Alpha Gamma Delta, she belongs to Kappa Delta Pi, an Education Honor Society, and is a member ot the P.E. Club. She has participated in Intramural Sports and was on the women's tennis team. Lynn has served as an Education Senator and as a CUB representative. She also worked on the Geechee Staff. Josie Murphy is a Political Science major. During her freshman year she was the Editor-In-Chief of the lnkwell She has been an active member in SC-A and in CUB and served as the Chairman of the Special Events Committee Josie also worked as a CHAOS leader and was elected President of the Newman Club. She is also an active member in Sigma Kappa. Timothy Haeussler is a senior majoring in Hisotry, Tim was an ASC Cheerleader for two years. He was a CHAOS leader and a member of the DoDa's. During his senior year Tim was the Assistant Editor of the lnkwell. He was also the recipient of the Union Camp Scholarship. .:l: -ffl J? " 14 ' 2 L 511- ' ., K I. . 3 - 5 A A- 34. lv' H 3 1 1-""'f 4!.""""7'-" ,kffff ,ff - - ,.f S 2 gg l 44. -,, if -, 1 13" 4'1lr- A", .Iv Touch: The Mime Trio "Touch The Mime" performed on April 22, 4983 in The MCC CofeTerid dT 42:30 P.M. The Trio reTurned ldTer ThoT evening for on 8:00 P.M. performonce in The Fine ArTs AudiTorium. The Touch Trio wos formed in 4976 ond become offilioTed wiTh The Corrboro ArT School in 4977. Since Then They hove Toured from Mdine To Mississippi. The members of This Trio, Sheild Kerrigdn, Ed Domron, ond Jef shore d common Qoolz 'iTo expdnd The orT of mime for beyond whiTe foced clowning ond invisible objecTs." The Touch show feoTures o wide vorieTy of sTyles. They moy use some sound in Their show os well os cosTumes, ecceniric props ond ouT-of-This world ideds. Their performonce includes zony mosk pieces, endcTmenTs of revoluTionory or impossible scenes from humon socieTy, ond mime pieces credTed on The spoT bosed on ideos from The dudience. s cn n d I n T r CI m U I' U I 785 -4,3 0' N' Dsl, 4 'r " 1, I hy- A Q'- TXQ D. ,584 S , 1 25 1 Q 4 4 45 1 1 .- 'r H M. , cdr N , Like-y..,. ASC iVien's Soccer :I r.L12 - ,f5.- .. - ' -J I Pictured above. back row, L-Rt Jessi Armstrong, Micheal Keating, Stephen Garman, Robert Edenfield, Mark Dempsey, Carry Cornett. Jimmy Harvey, Allen Sheppard, Eddie Aenchbacher QCoachj. Front row Rick Sokel. John Golden, Jamie Brown, Glenn Norman, Brent Farmer, Steven Vanderberg, Wayne King. 80 - Sports - Soccer r"L lla-AC The 1982-83 ASC Soccer team wound up the season with o respectable 6-5-4 record. Scoring leaders were Allan Sheppard, Steve Gorman, Jessi Armstrong and Richard Ayaile. The team was composed mainly of freshmen who played great together under the direction of coach Aenchbacher. 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Kukelhon, Ed Moore, Ass Broo Blosfrck, Teom Mohoger Chuck Bryner, PM Heod Cooch, George Buohchr ,W .....- istom Coach Bryher, Jon Kruse, Heod Cooch Bionchi 5,"? 5 Assisrom Cooch, Denny Bryner. ,-11--...- I ........- 0 C U l O 9 ' I Q - I Q 4 C 4 1 D 0 Q s 41 4 A U 9 x . 9 eff 5 f 155113 I 1' It ' I I -5. 1 . In Hi 'N 5 X- pl vw " 4 5 ' 'Y,1 M!! a A s P4 'Nah A '. 5. x,' 4 v" .,f . A A1- vu, ,J, AI Ii. J Vx ji! J Why, '1"Po ,D . ff' ' S .lg 'G :XX If SW ww Q, 1 ' Q iff' ' S l ff ,,!3' Asiieg' VQ livs! s 3, Q 'U'TXfffQ Q Lady Pirates Basketball A J 3' gf .J il Pictured above: No 12 13 30 21 10 15 14 20 22 23 24 .-7 " .,f1.Jf. Sonya Harrell Rene Johnson Talethia Dixon Angela Donaldson Terralyn Edwards Angela Daniles Detra Thomas Misty DeGross Gigi Gibson Merri Kaye Oler Sharleen Hamilton Amy McKee Coach - B. J. Ford 88 - Sports - Basketball The season opened for the 13 member squad on November 20, 1982 in Brunswick against Brunswick Junior College. There were five returning members this year. They were Terralyn Edwards, Gigi Gibson, Detra Thomas, Merri Kaye Oler, and Shcrleen Hamilton. X I L. I 4 'Q 141 Q.-5 ts' .- ni 4 1 . 1. I S i , , fl .1 .A 's 'x .Q--4.1 x, -Q .19- . lnvjvswl . .J . .Q ..f.A' ,F ,f 'A '-4,L.s2,Afk 'W?5?i ,gmf-N' if :2S5S5PfR" I 1 C C 1 Q 1 C 6 I 4 C Ji. ' I I , 0 ' 5 ' 4 gr 0 S 5 X A I 0 0 X ' 1 lllul ' .5 'ii , s Nl QX 1' 1 4 Lf if Q uf R 1 F 1 X, M X AQ ,zi- nn. . .. . . . . ...!.. . 732.2 ASC IVIen's Baseball ' Q HS. V . ,a A J ' '7 2 Lx'1'4liLCy .A 'I T s 'if i t Mfg", CL-RD First row Gary Broad, Kevin Stafford, Mark Simons, Roy Babot, Tony Veomans, Scott Hatfield Second row Coach Joe Roberts, Mike Huggins, Jerry Jameson, Ricky Meeks, Stacey Whiddon, Cart Thomson, Lou Nadell - Pitching Coach Third row AI Otre, Biily Ray Smith, Jimmy Fischer, Mike Ogilvie, Kirk Rohn, 'Warren Bachman, Tommy Thomson - Assistant Coach A.S.C.'s coaching staff: Head Coach - Joe Roberts, Assistant Coach - Tommy Thomson, Pitching Coach - Lou Nadell rv 4-- ,.., ,T .1 I K K .- enw.,-' 41,-14,':,.'.-l, ,LZ 5 Q , t TW.: x 1 px, ,L , Hl..J. -lj-g -. 4 vvwqnq.-. hd ff?JffL,,,'l Jigw.. X , . :,xL.5.'w. . .- .., ' uuz31aQ.4e 5 w n'L',.'t:1-ef, I , 'T' 9' , A , ,.-4. x Q, -A rv: . ' 149-QA .,.- . - A N Ly, menfd' H , ' Y r 1 1 1 Mtg, V , -' P sv -f-v fv- 1. . I -,, , K - -K., ' . 1 .- ..g--- .Q Z,-v w - X Q N fl A ,Y x -. I'-3 1 Hx -Q , ' Sports - Boseboll - Q3 V1-Q Y - 04 - "Q--...Juv V Q 1 X Or- ,QQ . -V0 X As-, A . 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Ll' ' '3 No. 5 - Kevin Stofforcl No. 7 - Mork Simons t 4 L A 5 I 'vs ' fm-. 1 4 V0 X I vi ' wx 1 K JW '..' f I w, . al , .L xv 'Y K ' L " - -I l A J fa E 4 f 1 No 8 - Tony Yeornons No, 12 - Gory Brood No. 14 - Kirk Rohn ,Xt J f xf , V-. L4-'R J I , ,2 Q fam. hx 1' 'A 1'-1 f' fu'-v ef M ' 1 1 L . ,fi A l k No. 9 - Curfis Thompson No. 15 - Jerry Jomeson No. 17 - Mike Ogllvle "fi X , A' f ,'f'fgS5. ,e U I 1l of iT'i"f 1 2 ' ' R A 1 i . K L, tg 9 .1 - - ' R A , 1 W ,. if .1 No. 19 - Sfocey Whiddon No. 20 - AI Ofte No. 21 - Worren Bochmonn 1 ff- , ' N ,N M . f me Q' 9 L .Q -I QA No. 25 - Jerry Fisher No. 30 - Ricky Meeks Spons , Q7 Womerfs SOTTDCJII O8 - Sports - Womerfs Softboll Lady Pirdres 5.01" A v .---f1-,r.- 1' wx-Q-1, .3S-A-'f' 1' .OA n - tl .Q-A' -4 4- .'6r-i"sv..- ?""VV xiii' .Ji-W" "' f f' -4 . A N I army, . ,-1j- .u-vurvw - M.. . ,, at ', 'X " tb." -fain -f "' - 3 1 ', Sims i Er f'w.x. .I Q Q fd. x .V , Q' -Q s ills . 5 xx 5 fix X 5 Ll .5 . Y u. gl " - 4 I . 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'garb' An - 7 s -ni -D 0 .bg 4 ' ' 5,154 . -.ln"' v -.Q - -:'f"' Sports - 401 ASC IVIen's Tennis f The Men's Tennis Team Is: Steve Gorman Darren McClellan Steve van der Burg Dan Barta Thomas Patterson Jett Mall Reggie Goldsmith Karl Grotheer Coach - Robert Patterson 102 - Sports - Tennis - ,bi 7 is The Men's Tennis Team began the season in a new division this year - District 25 of the NAIA. The first of their 25 matches began in mid-February and was followed by an extremely busy March which heid nearly 3 matches a week. J . A. Yea ,259 vi., +1 ,fs v, v ' ' x . Y ' ul-. 1 Q- Q H. , Q?-x N ,R .wk f"1"'. f -,'y'5 55 Qfz! t. , in t W l. I ' i . , 3 . - f 1 , .4 U 1 ! X1 1 1 .1 I. ' XX I I mm I A ' y 3w.n.,,'.l ' .4 1 ...nu-4-v J ' . .-. .,-,.e,..,...,. . ...... , lx 1 ' ' I Q 2 .23 s 2 ' Q 1 1 1 , iv , 3 ...vw -v-f anuw-. ' 'xahyquh .ffl ' A ' 5" 155 '-W' ' xv . QM -A "' Lf, ji iewiwfx Q ' . ' ' 'fi' ""'w " ig A . , X f a 3 s 2 Q - e. . D' Xu-Q Nlihsuo--an-in uni I .. 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They are Lynn Tucker and Yvonne Mclver. Practice began in the fall quarter. Their gomes began on February 25 with o match against Jaxsonville University. It was followed by 49 more matches. Some of the competitors were Georgia Tech, Campbell University, ond Georgia Southwes- tern. The season ended on April 18, 4983, and was followed by the State Tournament and the NAIA District Tournament. 106 - Sports - Tennis 5-. I Armstrong's Ladies Tennis team. coached by Gloria Gill, include: Kathy Anderson, Melissa Buchelt, Linda Cummins, Dawn Gracen. Yvonne Mclver, Alice Thlgpen, Lynn Tucker, and Michele Younger. s . , -- JF . mug? 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SRL?-H 'fi 5345 T3 5 YE H3533 i ' 1 Y ' li Q - wh 'ff l 1- ' -1 "GJ :N 'Sw X, t sf' f' fkig x . xx Organizations - 135 Bc1pTisT S'rudenT Union FRONT ROW QL-Ry: Bruce Nelson, Dodie Gay, Jenni Johnson, Ava Salter, Gail Goslee, Stacey Thomas, Carla Powere, Jim Brindley, John Holland, SECOND ROW: Gary Strickland, Suzanne Ritter, Betsy Reed, Randy Bell, Kenny Sellers qPresidentj, Karen Zipperer, Windy Wilson, Dick Ferrell - fCampus Ministerj, THIRD ROW QStandingj: Kitten Clayton, Carl Manning, Bubba Boyette, Derwdrd Poole, Kim Rutland, Donnie Brannen, BACKGROUND? Cravon Mallory, Mark Barner, Fred Hodges, Stan Freeman, Wayne Dugger, Wayne Hutsell, Stephen Bell, Ray Moore, David Faulk. Greg Warnock, Bryan Reiff, Ciny Anderson, Theron Samuels, Bobby Usher, EXTREME FOREGROUND: Herschel Hopper and Friends. The Baptist Student Union is an active Christian organization on the Armstrong campus. Students of various religious denominations participate in the B.S.U.'s many activities which include: weekly luncheon meetings, Wednesday prayer breakfasts, Bible studies, state conventions, raising funds for summer missions, and the B.S.U. choir. The B.S.U. is also active in many other campus activities including intramurals. The Baptist Student Center is open during the week. The group is led by Campus Minister, Dick Ferrell and student officers. Organizations - 137 ASC. Symphony Bond -51, ' . if 1 -.4 ,rr I 7 M' .f 4 138 - Orgonizovions Xi xi! The Symphony Bond performs music by Sousd, Hindesmiih, Mendelssohn ond Reed. The bond, which consists of fifty To fifiy-five musicions pldce o strong emphosis on finding music originolly composed for wind ond percussion insirumenis. A full series of public conceris ore presenied during The school yeor. Dr S Brandon- Director 3 f- - C Jazz Ensemble Qf 3. g Cub 520 j Arfs, 1 Q X Lecfures, "1 Dances, Concerts, Specical EvenTs And Moreg The members of The College Union Boord CCUBQ ore QFronT row, L-RQ Liso Thompson, Cindy Pdge, Josi Murphy. CBock rowj Al Horris - Advisor, Willidm Collins, Lynn Tucker, Doniel Borfd, Wesley Roberson, Korl Grofheer. The members ore responsible for scheduling evenTs of voried subjecf moTTer flecTures, musicol performdnces, films, speciol evenTs, eTc.j which They believe The sTudenTs of A.S.C. will enjoy ond To do so wiThin d budgef. Simple os iT sounds, The CUB will verify Thof iT is o job - buf o job They enjoy. Some of The enTerToinmenT scheduled for A.S.C. by CUB This yeor included The Billy Squire concerT, Bob Hope, ond Homecoming dcTiviTies. Films like "Absence of lVlolice" ond 'lSTripes" were olso shown. More deToils ond picfures of The evenTs sponsored by CUB This yeor con be found in The FedTures secTion of This book. CHAGS P S"""S4, 'Q U In IQ' ,AJGA J ' I 5 M12 Y Urgqrnzqt gms Z CHAOS is The freshmen orientation program for ASC Chorus , 7' A -Wi Roberf L. Hczrris- Direcfor I 'L 'X- Orgonizofions - 1413 Armstrong Singers ' ' ' I Plctured Above: QL-Ry - Borboro Estes, Clinton Toylor, Pomelo Jo Wheeler, Kelly Kllpotrlck, Monce l. Mulllno, Ill, Julio C. Muller, Wesley Roberson, Lindo Myers, Jullon A, Clements, Dlone Cornn, Joy Myers, Allclo Leggett, Not plcturedg Roy Ellls, Mork Sellers. 1411 - Orgonlzotlons FGII Quarter wds the ddte set for the depute of the Armstrong Singers. They opened their seoson. under the direction of Dr. l-ldrris, with such tunes ds "Blue Moon", ond t'Sdve the Bones for Henry Jones". The Singers perform once d qudrter ond dt speciol shows which mdy include Night in Old Sovonnoh. Cornpuier Science Clulo K K A . u. P X L.: JP- ...- 1, J Yff :"T ' .1 - ,, S Y Firsl Row: Shirley Seclin, John Morden, Bill Cooper, Cyndy Acker, Louron Moreno, Middle Row: Liz Norwood, Michoel Turner, Troci Vdughn, Chuck Brown, Mike Porish, Mickie Horbin, Cyndee Geoffroy, Locke Dovenporl, Bock Row: Poul Cosner, Kofie Porks, Beverly Phillips, Rosdlie Ruiz, Sheri Schrnidi, Tommy Purcell, Richord Munson, John Honsen, John Findeis Orgdnizorions - 145 Mr 'E -. "?'..'.4 M6 R Urgdnizotions Scdbbdrd dnd Bldde 'V 'J'-.. Pictured obove' Front row, L-R- Nei! Moore, Jerry Hodden, Robert White, Steve Ryon Second row- AJ Hoysmon, Rondy Belt, Alberto Torres Bock row- Mork Lowmon, Bobby Potton, Biil Mitchell, Jeff Doilor, Scobbord ond Blode is o Honor society comprised of odvonced ROTC codets. It hos two purposes. One is to promote professionol knowledge in pursuit of o commission, ond the other is to be octive os o service orgonizotion. Armstrong Ebony Association lnilfps-. . 1 ... . ,,4.,,,A Ilqh, , R J-.tvvM,f,y3:Y,irLJgQV.'."N x Armstrong Ebony Association CAEAQ is a fairly new organization on campus. lt is in its second year of existence. The objectives of AEA are to be cultural and educational vehicles for creating awareness, confidence, and determination among students of Armstrong State College, through programs and activities in various areas of interest. In the future, AEA will be actively involved in community activities. We will open a new road between the college and the community - keeping this road saturated with information concerning the school and the communi- ty. -' ' J'-.-:s - 'fu-,'-uf. vw ,.- 4 . v . ,,,., .,,,...,. . Q Pictured above, standing L-R: B. Boatwright, S. Carter, K. Gray Greasurerj, A. Harden, P. Perry, E. Carter qSecretaryj, B. Seabrooks. K. Grant QVice-Presidentp, B. Render, J. Benton CPresidenty, C. Holmes CReporterj, T. Taylor, V. Green. D. Rock, P. Boyd, K. Blake. K. Cooper, V. Whitehead. Organizations - 447 Georgid Assooidlion of Nursing Pictured dbove, sophomore closs officers. Front row, L-R, Freshman officers ore Koren Mens - President, Debbie Powell - Vice Presiden? Dororny Klufiz - Advisor, Michelle Quinn - Presidents Bock Dldne Borefleld - Treosurer, Becky Woddell - Secretory. Advlsor - Dol Bell row Gigi Rodue - TVGOSUTGY, JO09 Hdmllron - Vice President M8 - Orgdnrzgtrons Gerolyn Koss - Business Lorry Prescott - Sfudeni Life Geechee Michelle Borretr - Ediior Seciion Editors Terri Liles - Feofures pius iw Judy Richburg Cindy Poge Morie Wolling Port Time srdff lnkwell 5 N Pictured ooove fBottorn Row L-Ry Wolt Hlckox - Executive Editor, Mory Ann Edenfleld. Rick Sokol, qMlddle Rowj Tim Hoeussler, Cory Cornette, Ronnie Tnompson - Editor, Glen NOVFTWOO, CBock Rowj Jdnel Potlcny, Mike Alwon, CNot DICTUVGCD Mlcnoel Borker, Didne Cornn, Jonn Golden, Jornes Kolgle, Wesley Qooerson, Colleen Rovolis, Rhonda Elkins, Duone Ross. l5O 1 Qrgonlzotlons Tne Newmon Cluio ,,,.. -a' V '.'. - - l A. - , -, 5 , 'P V .Af T., C7 X Q I I Pictured above, L-R1 Lin Linton - Vice President, Josi Murphy - 5 President, Tirn Weisn - Postorol Advisor, Koren Odom - i SecretoryfTreosurer, Jonn Stegoli - Foculty Advisor, ,zzz Orgonizotions - 151 Junior Americon Dentol l-lygiene Associotion tm AL ,Qrlxlifii ,ir First Row: Kdye Geiger, Kdthi Willis, Jocki Brown, Michelle Coyne, Cdndy Prdtt Bock Row: Kdthy Brown, Kdthy Stout, Jdnet Ldrson, Terry Johnson, Debbie Mdrtinez, Potty Lillo, Vinessd Dotson, Christy lrwin, Koren Miller, Brendo Thomds, Foith Dube, Shdrron Jomes, Cindy Gilredth, Errol Rhett, Kim Hole Not Pictured: Sonid Anderson, Comille Bortolotto, Eileen Beosley, Koren Bedsley, Wendy Cdnnodoy, Mdrsho Clitheron, Suzdnne Cook, Mdry Estes, Delesso Fdlls, Kdthryn Foster, Brooke G-dines, Kimberly l-loll, Liso Hopkins, Vdlerie Jockson, Rhondd Jones, Jone Jordon, Liso Kennedy, Sdndrd Kolb, Julie Lowe, Gino Meddows, Angelo Owen, Ann Poromore, Debbie Porsons, Brendd Proter, Shoron Priester, Toni Riner, Lorie Rockhill, Cherry Sdrrid, Trocy Tdylor, Lindo Wotts, Angelo Weeks, Ldurie Wheeler, dnd Julie Yorbrough. 152 - Orgonizotions Medical Record Technology " fu'-j gl-P' Elf' 'Ci 1-1 ,fn--"ning-'l"l'pvif" if 'mtl Gift" TSM",-,nfiul',' -' ' I4 B . " gf' 'f " F2190 p .. ' 9' Q- u' "IU A 13 K5 f' 'Wx ,' .ins 1 . U Q I 'T Sophomore Class: flfront Rowj Sheila Fraser, Marguerite Johnson, Marie Strickland, Michelle Hardy, Jean Whitlock. QBack Rowj Eve Oliver, Suzanne Oppenheim, Jocelyn Gurley, Margie Baker. Not pictured: Russell Roark . WELCOME mf- ,,'-' ,.. X'H B33 Freshman Class Organizations - 453 IVIENC 454 - Orgonizonons 1 l-7' ' ' Q S f9 P.E. Club Advisor - Micheal Lariscy Sweetheart - John Benner? , f ,il . . X Organizations - 455 . H ITT Respiratory Therdpy C . 1 'X 'Ola l'Q CD FTW O I' G I' 9 CI S S S CI IW Sophomore Closs, L-R: Bottom Row - A. Willioms, D. Ruthortord. S, Russoli, A. Mozzoli Qfocultyj, Middle Row - T. McConn, J. Young, B, Robinson, T. Houghton, R. Bowers qDirectorj, Bock Row - L, Monning, J. Rown, B. Griner, W. Smith qtocultyj, R. Didmontis. Freshmon Closs: S. Green, J. Mitchell, L. Lee. P. Kempo, J. Longston, C. Meyer, L. Bigbie S. Holefeie. Bock Row - R. Jorreil, A, Proeht, D. Woo, R. Henry, R. Bowers qfocultyj. E. Knight, L. White, W. Smith ftocuityy, M. Arnold, C. Woters. 156 - Orgonizotions Student Alumni Club Student Alumni members ore: QL-RQ Gdil Goslee, Josie Murphy, Mdureen O'Brien, Wllllom Collins, Shirley Goodson - Advisor, Korl Grotheer - Chdirmdn, Wdlt Hickox, Terri Liles, Tim Hoeussler, ond Jenny Buchheit. Not pictured: Liso Thomson, Al Horris - Advisor. The Student Alumni Council is on orgdnizdtion which works to promote olumnde involvement in ASC octivities. The Student Alumni members served ds hosts dt grddudtion receptions edch QUOTTST ond dt the Armstrong Alumni Associotion Christmds pdrty for students, fdculty, ddministrdtion, dnd dlumni. During fdll QUOTTGT members sold "I Love the Pirdtes" bumper stickers in cooperdtion with the College Union Bodrd. Autos displdying the bumper stickers during "Spirit Month" in Jdnudry won prizes when pdrked in selected pdrking ploces. The Alumni Council dlso helped out during Homecoming 4983. Members worked os dedlers during Cosino Night ond helped serve dt the Alumni Dinner on Jdnudry 29, 4983. Spring qudrter the Student Alumni Council sponsored o tennis clinic os d fund rdising project. The 2-ddy event fedtured severdl locdl tennis pros. 458 - Orgonizdtlons 65 Cdrol Brewton. The Student Georgia Associotion of Educotors CSG-AED is d unified ossociotion comprised of college ond university students involved in educotionol, poli- ticdl, ond community leddersnip. "SGAE" membership is open to ony undergrdduote or groduote student enrolled in on occredited stdte college or university dnd interested in educdtion ond teocning os d cdreer. Orgonizdtions - 159 Students Caring About People .K .I .k,',f GN ' . --f I 13.5151 "4- 4 -- 51 A 432, Left to Rlght: David Strickland, Gloria Smith, Dr. Neal Sattertield, Cindy Calhoun, Wendy Jones, Cathy Fabozzi, Pamela Robbins. Not pictured: Lori Lodge, Pamela Mike, Penny Price, Mary Ellen Samm, Cynthia Spaulding, Ralph Zipperer. 460 - Organizations sr-..gfj,3,r 7. , Q Students Caring About People is an organization established in keeping with the harmony and spirit of intent advocated by the social world profession. The SCAP has been very active in Campus and Community life. Student Photogrophic Services fkl' .f"'f' .. Q, The Student Photogrophic Services QSPS5 is Iocoted in the MCC building ond provides photo- grophic services for the Inkwell, Geechee, ond dll other brdnches of A.S.C. wishing their services. Their funds come from the student octivity occounts. The people on SPS often work os hord or horder thdn ony group on compus ond they do o fine job of keeping up. Three cheers for the SPS from the G-eechee. K' . 'UB Pictured dbove: Julie Brennon Dovid Morshdll - Chief photographer Kdren Word Not pictured: Bruce Nelson Teofiio Sicdy Orgonizotions - tot SGA Execufive Gfficers 1125 Wly U Sty 7 , l SGA SenoTors lil l' i l xx.. FronT Row: Deloris Sims, Kim McLlelon, Leslie Warnock, Cindy Poge, lvlichoel lvloTz. Bock Row: Dell Shilling, Wiiliom Green, Jessico Moock, Chuck Bryner, Donny BorTo, MorThd BouTin. The STudenT GovernmenT AssocioTion provides mony opporTuni- Ties for you To brooden your perspecTive os o sTudenT leoder, ond enhonce your college coreer Through o high degree of involvemenT on compus. STudenTs olso need o voice in The offoirs of The college. This voice is provided in The S.G.A., The members of which siT on foculTy ond odminisTroTion commiTTees ond provide sTudenT inpuT inTo The running of our school. Through The S,G.A. leodership skills mdy be increosed, especiolly Through The STudenT SenoTe. STudenTs from every depdrTmenT ond mojor serve on The senoTe, os well os represenToTives from The freshmen ond sophomore closs. These SenoTors recognize problems on compus ond sTudenT's needs, ond effecTive woys To TreoT These problems ond meeT These needs. Orgdnizoiions - 163 -1 ' 1 if aff is- W' 'Y N "iv -" 5 1' ' 'gsm O , ' s 55 5 Qs . 1 . LV? J' ff: . vlbg, His' 'al ,, B: If ,. is I A i -, " ,n f 'Rf l:Q'gA'v oi 1: K 2 , 1' .- ,gf 'x - Sf '1 lf I ., ,x , ' y x , If ' -1 NIP K " , 'N ' ':l , 'Y it -A f X r . - .. K' , X x I . Greeks -,. lfv E LT 'f-'Q' r"" ' , ', ' - . . 1 -.Af I 4 P.- 1" n . ,, ' - -. ' V Q - . 1 J ' - . .Y,' Q. , . ' V "wa ap " 4' 1 - . .,, 'I' .4 "S-,' . f r-1'.'-vgyf-.. '- 5 ,. ... g ' A. r' ' I . 5 , r , 5 -.- -o . . , - . A F F. 't , -L ' va. 4. " 5 I in-' j -r I' i . q ,g 7. in-,. :3,yg'f:fAgil K I . . ,. ',:f,' -sill' .nxt is E' Bl -x 4 , 'J' viwgk ,g Q- - , , 11-f-,,, x "WM, -'J A X.. . A R ' 1 fl M If A "1 '. gli.. K -f . f - , 'oo ' ,s.' ' , , ' - f , I 'ww fl L ffffpfjofgf 'ml' ff ff ' f '1F"'Q' 66 V N vp-I-In -nip ,, -ev- 1 K , I ...ag ...,,,-f"-I X , ,N fin , iv? 1-.-J'Ung--. -45. 'L Inf. , ,.. . 1 ., - nggwr Jw q N, ,Q 5 , XSS- f I 'ffx ..x - r. I". nm? I ,AH2a55." 9 'll fan -' 1' ,H W 1, 4-U,- V ' JQWQYZ .'-.fisuqp ,M ,,. v,, 1f swfh 2, ,.,,,x,54n 5,,J.J M 3550- v dy I , J 168 A Greeks HIL 'Y :- 1 '4 V, L 5 N-J" 54 if ,... rs The Ponhellenic Council 5 1 if .ff -- 1 ' l .A 13- I 'J' 1-X V 1 0. 0 " o , np. '15-4-3 :gig Lal Q if S'w5qO I I . . lug' HJ .1 T' - xc 2 x Y , N J' X tl if Q Qnof picfuredj Q- The Ndlionol Ponhellenic Council QNPCQ is com- posed of members from edch of The women's frdlernllles The Council wds formed To help creoie inlerfrdierndl reloiionships To dssisl collegiole chopiers, ond To cooperdle wiih colleges ond universiiires in moinidining The highesl scholdslic ond sociol slondords. Members of NPC oi Armsirong Stole College ore Alpho Gdmmd Dello, Phi lvlu ond Sigmo Kdppd. Polly Dedux, Advisor L R Josie Murphy DGISQCJTS Sigmd Kdppd: Peg Bel Vice-PresidenlfTreosurer, Phi Mu Cindy Pdge Secretory Alphd C-dmmo Delfdg Judy Richburg, Delegoie. Alpho Gdmmd Delio Lisd Thomson Presidenl, Sigmd Kdppdg Sfocy Fell Delegole, Phi Mu Greeks - 169 . I. i. ' R ' Q 'flnrl 170 - Greeks qu-K ns s Alpho Gommo Delto 7 Pictured dbove: qFront row, L-Ry - Julie Simmons, Simone Haddock. Cindy Poge. Michelle Borrett, Leslie Wdrnock, Lynn Tucker. fBock rowj - Vickie Henson, Corol Brewton, Altheo Wdtson, Gerolyn Koss, Mortho Boutin, Judy Richburg. Tino Finley. Not Pictured: Cindy Borreft, Poge Folligont, Lisd Kennedy, Pom Porker. Alphd Gommo Delto wds founded on Moy 30, 4940 ct Syrdcuse University in New York, ond hos grown ond prospered over the post 78 yedrs. Alpho Gom now hos over 130 chdpters in the U.S. ond Conodo, They provide community service for mdny through work for the Juvenile Didbetes foundotion ond mdny others. Since Gommo Rho Ghopter of Alphd Gommo Deltd wds chdrtered in Moy of 4970, her sisters hdve been very dctive in compus life. lvldny Alpho Goms porticipote in Student Government, school publicotions, professionol orgonizotions, ond other clubs on compus. The members of Alpho Gommo Delto ore olwoys pursuing high ideols in scholorships ond in oltruistic service, but sisferhood binds the members together behind these common godls. Sisterhood to Alpho Gommo Delto meons . . . secret pols, terrific pledges, cdndlelighting, bonquets, food, more food, Go teom, gredt Women! ond much, much more. Alpho Gommo Deltd is busy building o trodition bosed on the visions of her founders ond on the ideds of womonhood. Alpho Gommo Delto - the reflections of mdny ideos, ond the hope of continuing to protect the gredt gools of o gredt frdternity. I' 'Y -. 4 .4.- l 5...- X 4 .xx 1-" 3 N fm "-u G eeks l 4- A ,' ak A ha-I X r E1 .. vo l The members of Pnl lvlu Fralernlly are Kelly Powers. Coleen Ballance, Peggy Bel, Angle Paralo, Tern Fuller Qlbreslaenly, Susan Lucas QVICG Preslaenrj, Donna l-lugns, Stacey Fell, Kelly Kllpalrlck, Manlaue Read, Jane? Pollcny, Rnonaa Jones, Gena Meadows, lvllcnelle Coyne. Nancy Dullana, Ann Leecn, Danna Wolllng, Shane Ennls. Calny Jacobs. Susan Snlfflel, Llsa Hopklns, Donna Drurnrnona, Klm Boya, Klrn lvllmrns, Jenny Dycnes, Vlrglnla Gomez, Arny Correll, Arny Miller, Denee lvlalfnewson, Llla l-larrls, Suzanne Newsan, Ann FIOIOCUIOYVG, Donna Slack Aavlsar- Nancl Fulrell 172 - Greeks - O L' iv Phi Mu X. x3""'. ici ' ,4 sf dp.. X A Y -NP X ri. '. -' -xx,. '. , i Phi Mu wds founded ot Weslyn College in Mooon, G-eorgio in 4852 ond become the first womon's notiondl frofernity founded here dt Armstrong Phi iv1u's spirit is found in dll their octivitiesi The wOShbOOrd bond, the corndtion bolt. ond the notionol philonthropy, os well os porticipdtion in mony orgonizdtions on Arrnstrong's cdmpus. Greeks - 473 Sigma Kappa .l xii Back row - CL-Ry: Terri Towler, Jamie Randi, Jolie Fields, Michelle Younger, Tracie Gallaher, Barbara McPipkin, Lisa Strickland, Jessica Maack, Anne Marie White, Angie Pomykala, Josie Murphy, Michelle Murphy. Front row: Trisha Pomykala, Jenny Buchheit, Kim McLleIan, Susie Sharpe, Margaret Smith, Cheryl Hester, Kathi Doll, Brenda Williams, Lisa Thomson. 174 - Greeks A ,,v , . ,l 4.s,. 'l.Jl2u'f'-A . ' 1 1 5 W n' My f ff-lv ' .,, Q qw ' 5 1 Adl Q l -um.: pw UE! ld kno A! alll - 'M ,.i NF 'TE RMS IE FHWFWF if-H ETS! 3 7'4-- T3 ., Q ' " ll' s " w -A :L ...,...... .. uw 52 - 1 'C 1-in x MMM- --5 -'ld-btlrssvuuw-iii'-wmw Q w pu..- 3'-Q jvc-0 jr., hu. - --,Q ' 5 if ,' f 3 lil! X2 fi 7 -: pg ' 2 . 1 sv I t Greeks - 175 Pi Kappa Phi wiv" 1' 1 Y x . .f . 4 ' ' 4-,gy - f fx' "df UA- ivj' :.- ag -- . 1 JJ .1 Q . 2, ,S Pl PPA PHI fi, , ff-K HALF '-1 U su :fi A 'Lllh' Cl P -s.'...1" 5' Pictured above, FRONT ROW L-R. Greg Sneed, Steve Warshaw, Robert Tucker, Richard Hay, BACK ROW. Micheal Uimon, Jeffery Gordon, Eddie Carter, Chris -, Randy Rippy. 176 - Greeks 7 if"- NgkN,g..r. Since their installation in 4970, Gamma Sigma Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity has played a major role on the Armstrong Campus. The Fraternity has been active in Student Govern- ment, the College Union Board, student-faculty committees, intramurals, and much more. Gamma Sigma Chapter has been the recipient of the Outstanding Fraternity for Scholarship award for the past four years. The award goes to the fraternity with the highest cumulative GPA. The brothers of Gamma Sigma Chapter place great emphasis on both scholarship and activities and are proud of their achievements both past and present. T alll kl I? a 1 ,sq . -1 , ,Xl , ' . if X M do- lf, f ' Y, . 41-'W 'W' , iff v. B' 4. , I, . 40 ,,,.v"'Q The members of Sigmo Nu Frdlerhiiy ore George Crowford, Jock Fowler, Tommy Hohh, Lohhie Howord, Ed Lohg, Mike Moyes, Phillip Neidlihger, Morkk Pom, Ed Reimer, Rex Smith, Chdrlie Wood- word, Johh Zylsiro. 178 f Greeks ,J Sigma Nu is a national fraternity with its headquarters located in Lexington, Virginia. Theta Psi chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity was initiated on Armstrong campus on September 23, 4973. The Theta Psi chapter is actively involved in intramurals and school sponsored events. 1" ' . . . J I 1 I 1 I xv' , X ' X ll' x 5 X LM Pa 9 K x . .a .- -l- Seniors ond Grocluolos llAolions ore our Eooons" Lorol Byron rl Allison el Bono rnrni Bell l 5 1 '7 i fi if x mg' 'ifx Anne Brown Jocoueline Brown Terri Brown Jenny Bucnneii Renee Burns Angelo Bush Woyne Connon Bobbi Coson Veronico Clinlon Joe Coffey Williorn Collins Alnorilo Crowforcl Seniors ond C-roduoies - 483 Leign Cronin Deidra Daniels Sara Easrerlin David Brent Edenfield Terralyn Edwards Ayn Everelf Delessa Falls Cynthia German Alisa Gregory Jocelyn Gurley Tlrn Haeussler Manuel Hernandez 811 - Seniors and Graduales l5' 1' U N is 'O 0 v r 8 f " 'C' Ginger Hodges Andreo Hudson Mdrk Hulrne Cnrisfy Irwin Terry Jonnson Keirn Jones Rnondd Jones J. Dovid Lomb JdneT Ldrson Sherri Ldtndrn-Mdrrin Susdn Long Anne Mdrie Lopez Seniors ond Grdduores - 185 Carlos E, Maldonado Meloa Mann Reina Miller Andrea M. Miichell Eric Milchell Frank J. Milchell John Morden Josie Murphy Suzanne Newson Lovelra Oneal Cindy Page Mike Parish 186 V Seniors and Graduates g x ' ,hi Kaiie Parks Angie Parnykala Brenda Prater Elizabeih Praciar Shelia Quinn Kirk Rahn Nancy Reimer Sam Rerniey Ariie Richburg Judy Richburg Mazeila Sabree Margareie Seagraves Seniors and Graduates - 487 Dell Snllllng Kolny Slout Poulo Toylor Eolln VV, Tnomoson Liso Thompson Lynn Tucker Reoecco Tucker Rooerl Tucker lvlicnoel Ulmon Sonoy Ulmer Troci Vougnn l-lwonmoo Wollenlo RB Cer ors ond Groduofes I -9 'x r 1 Koren Word Sherry Word Korhi Willis Stephen Worshow Seniors ond Groduofes - 480 Juniors 'Our Toooys oho yesierooys Are The olooks wiih which we build." - l-lehry Woosworih Lohgfellow Ch CONGO . ohheil ,Q , IGGOU C r1Cmm Cooper I ' , I Snerri Coinran Susan Craose George Crawfor Randy Crawford d Dorothy DeBalkd Pairicia Derry Mary Ann Edenf ield Narhan Ferguson III Jeffrey Gordon Kimberly Gray Kari Grorneer Simone Haddock Juniors ivan Hamilion Mary K Harringion Mark Heooe Jamie Herbsfer Sfepnanie Hines Calvin Holmes Lonnie Howard Karny Jacobs Richard King Robert Koss Lori Lanier Terri Liles 192 - Juniors Benjamin Linion Teri Nugent Pam Parker Payne Phillips Pairicia Pornykala Joseph Rucker Chris Schaaf Marcella Tudor Richard Turner Leslie Warnock Randi Whiifield Michelle Younger Juniors - 103 Sephomores The secreT of success is consknncy To purpose. " Benjamin Disroeli BorreT'r rodley 5 X ronnen V ' M, 'Q Q 0 br Q,. 1f"""' Q Kornryn Brown Kory Brown Selinrnio Brown Julie Correr Sneilo Correr Cnris Donos Soon' Dowson KoThi Doll Jooni Edwords Borboro Estes Tino Finley Mory Golden Sopnomores Ann Gooding Reggae Goldsmith Greg Gormon Cheryl Green Colherlne l-ldmmook Thorhos P. l-ldnn, Jr. Williorn Horvey Cheryl Hester Volerle l-lolley Fredo Hudson Tereso Jdckson Tonyo Kell? 106 G Soohorhores -U in ,N f 5 lk fn, -RJ 6.5 A QL. I Q I, 80 .F , if li Beisy Knignl Alioia Leggett Edward Long Carolyn Meyer Jamie Meyers Amy Miller Angela v. Miner William Milo hell Lielzyl Moore Glenda Morgan Margarel M uniz J. Denise Neisier Sopnomores - 107 s'e Nomrieriberg Robin North Mem Koye Oier Colleen Rovoiis Mike Roberts Lindo Sonders Phyllis Sonders Debbie Sotcheli April Scott Robert Sessoms Susie Shorpe Rex Smith O optiomores Gary Slriokland Kim Strickland Rhonda Taylor Slacey Thomas Nicola Trusiy Charles Vaughn Calherine Weiher Tom Whalen Andrew Williams David Wise Debbie Wolling Marie Wolling Sophomores - 400 Freshmen Presehi fears are less horrible Than imagihihgs. " - William Shakespeare Akins ersoh easiey Beverly Boolw Jock Boyo Poirioe Boyo Corol Brewron Polricio Brown Roberi Brown rignl Mike Bulri Michelle Burnseo Troci Coin Freshmen - 20 Pnllllo Correr Jollon Clemenrs Kelly Colllns Corole Conners Korny Cooper Cory Corne'r're Angie Dovls Korny Dempsey Tonyo Dixon Donno Drummond Tnomos Durrence Jenny Dycnes 202 - Freshmen K 5- 9 i bg, in Q r X Rooerl Edenfield Nancy Edwards Benjemin Joseph Rhonda Elkins Sharon Elmore Shane Ennis Slacey Fell Palricia Fisher Tracie Gallaher Concefla E. Gallo Vinginia Gomez Valerie Green Freshmen - 203 Willionn Green Joey l-loroee Doyio l-lorn Corolyn Hodges Suzi l-lorfon Snoron Jomes Mory A, Johnson Rnonoo Jones Gerolyn Koss Kelly Kilpoirick Woyne King Sneilo Lomb QOA Fr9Shm9fl Cinay Lindsey Lisa Lynn Jessica Maack Pamela Ma jar Denise Malone Kim McLellan Jennifer Mc:Pipkin Lorraine Miaaleran Linda Mincey John Mokrav Mark J. Murphy Michelle Murphy Freshmen - 205 Corlo Nelson Lynn Nerren Liz Norwood Michelle Oliver Louro Orendorff Rondolpn Poge Mory Porker Tisn Poyne Beverly Phillips Lori Plonk Tereoso Ploper Jonel Policny 206 Freshmen Larry Prescori Sharon Priesier Nancy Rurlana Theren Samuelis Carol Siener John Simmons Rufus Smalis Jamie Siaffora Lisa Strickland Marilyn Tisdale Kim Teaie Sheila Toaa Freshmen - 207 208 - Freshmen Terri Towler Scoh' Wognon Andy Walker Jeffery Wornor Alfheo Wofson Koren Wedrhers S..-2' 9- 1 . I DAC:-nr L 1 -'b , -NN Q S + 'X Lorelha Young Magdalene While Veronica Wnileneaa James R. Williams Donna Walling Freshmen - 209 10" ' ' .18 . ..,gII ull Ya. l x ' ' v if 1 O Q ! 5 'S -K 'I' .E .-1 ' :ft fl-'F' .IE :Q Y., 2. 41: 1, 55 A , 'if ,Z 5 I f ? 'i S M Q i f if , ,Lyn ,fx Q .AL Jima qqkfg fills. people wi wonder what yovihovo peen . : qw 5' A xl ex U' !' s 'J T: 'ii nf il, my as -v m Q if I 1 9 . .. .4 ,4 'ce 'H lil Ui nz C2 U. Q an ll! Nl R. .1 ' 1 A! .2 ff I i S 'Y x A X 'ri N '11 """5Qz, .f-1 af ff' -an '15 "ws .. . , , 'K I . 4. E AJ'-f -- 1, 4. ,, A. :I I' I Q -.JSQQT iflwz . 'ff Ailxqfs, s 'T 3' K "fx "Y vf' A ' in "' '1 SKK'.f ' ff 'f - fr' :Tl da' '. x " ,V a". U' 'fi NQ'k 1' STuCIer1T Life IS... Q-'sl V WkM,,,,,,,,,,......--- I L 'raking .E---x' ,,,,l-,- . . -,,, lr gp! 1 E 3 idgw ,wliwisf ' if 'X ' . -ve? ?A it ecjsy Student Life - 2 having fun , Ilif- , V .,, "iw:-1 , ,4 .,..f-""c'- -. .. 216 - Student Life - - 1. ' 7 me 4 -x ' "fum, I J . M53 'lr .1' , - 1 . A 1 2 rx' 1 718' ' s sTudying ' A Student Life - 247 making friends FIRE HOSE I ' 144, 'U -.av ,fv- .4-" " Q agfifgv J . A Av x it in r A ,QW5 W1 G 'M-5. QV? N X," Q Y " ' A.,- .f.Z4...,4,. Gnd beST of CIII 7.5,-gl' Q-. P0 v 3 A ggi Sfudenf Life - 249 '31, 4 J! - 34' f""" . ,JJ ' 'Y n You! -2 Q xl N ..,. - Q ' o 'Q L J QQ Ygx X4 Y - It X 'N' f -ITA' -6. 220 .'--'. L.-J P 5 .L ' rx' QA W. Q mf- 4, ,, ,. . . ... f 'Y ' QR. fm ' W ff ,Q Q K X 221 I fo l X 2' 1 . Y. .. I Pu 'LISA 5 ,- ,. ,:.' 'an f I - ww- v , .",i,. ,- V b:'.'v 4,.I' X S X1 J ,J:vK:'Ql,x '1v':" 0 -If .. aattizjfis ' Q ef - gf- -1- lu: , g 'al PP if-Q I' .AUM vi'-' 'z 3, ya-img " 31:7 wi H X, nfl.: 51,94 K B 'll L P .bf f1lI2?F""V tk: ' A - , . i f, .,r"' ,f V 'Nl' , -2-via" .-- an , If F2072 4 I I l I lo I l I F 1 Q 5 5 Y ,.f I ' x N X vs 1 Nm.. Q f' 1 1 1 Sfudenf Life lllllllllll I E I B I! n f gr,-. G -'., -fi.. db' .I 'ga- . if-w LQ' Cu new A aybnlfi Vw xl ' I ' -'19 113- 5 lf X pae- 'S iii 14 41, ' . was 'F '. ,Q Vx L 'Fr 523541. . ':,c. -F. 'f'.'. .- iii.. X 5 1 Y vw ' 7 s . .5 . inn?" "-A N454 is r .xr -vw x ,rm - ' SPLASH! ir. f A v,,,...N,x... . gi, X ...5,3gfA,, , 'x.u..N A ". Ln mififz 1 ' Avy., iv, .3-A . 1 , X51 P ggi Five hundred thirty-Two h , . five hundred Thirty-Three is 226 - STUGGDY Life :L A Those guys ore crozy 1 fu . P . . . Qf I , ,J a ygwfjv ' 5591! 1, MLSKW SLAVI Snug, i Cfflfffqvrg THUR, MAR l.t NN 1 'x IFN!! i 1 "I wonno pu? 'rwo Gs on Bonkers Best." "Now This won'T nun o bit." 1' I . ,N 7""N- s 5 -J 61 "Do you Think onybody knows we're using menfol TeIepoTny'?" STUGSDT Life - 22 I I T1 KNEW El'f4'bf1l ,ca -"" N. 'N : ' l W 1 4 1 I , dk rf - ---N Sl L Sr . 'X '-, v- 5 t ' u I v H' ...J , Cafeteria food turns me onI" "Cafeteria food turns me off!" IQ 57- ,JC fig! "It makes me brokeI" X Q 730 Smdram U19 "Mike fell off the bleachers again!" rwx. 'f,1,gn: x-.4 --ff' ' -'A "-.-T. fA'L,, Marge- .N , 'xxx r . - x '- . . , , X V x ' x , x ' - x 'r 1 L , . . l 'Nurse Nurse' Nurselllu "I know :TS eosy TO get into College now, bui Thus is naiculousv' ,314 .ur fn... 1 O1-v i -....q ,.,-n.. Q - ., 'D' J3U"""f- is-.- , Student Life - 23 S! Q3 .yi 4 I xV '44 .,.f ,f A 7141 J 'Zvi iw ii f". .: ll X 1, X I . 6 X -1-v-""' . a xx f I, It , if 2 , U - PM' , .UI 1 1 ., X :ff I 1' V 14" 1 , , x X ' ' we 'FH E ' . O . Tl 'ni 0 I 7 A My ,fig L. E+ L , 'B ' . ' f xx ,Kyra 9 I 26.0 f .1- - ff S Guess who ote his wheoties todoy? Thot's one Ioid Dock subject!! Xb- X1 1-ma. '- 2311 - Student Lute v , "I'm sorry sir, but you con'T give blood without the rest of your body." AFS? 315, X , ax. STUGGDT Life - 235 , J 3' lx F i P I '. basg li 4, , 7 I conf find your pulse!" "WS Time To go teacher "Dorn, only pennies!" , dwinnff 6 L-44,.Ah v , - , f 'Q-. 'N Okay, who fied my shoeloces Together?" Future orfisfs of America? 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Arnold - 456 Ed Bagley - 84 Margie Baker - 453 Coleen Ballance - 472 Michael Barker - 490 Mark Barner - 437 Rivanna Barnes - 23 Daniel Barta - 74, 482 Angie Beasley - 200 Peggy Bel - 68, 494, 469 Donna Bell - 200 Jimmi Bell -4 82 Randy Bell - 437 Stephen Bell - 437 Norma Bennett - 22 James Benton - 72, 447 Wilson Scott Berry - 490 George Bianchi - 45 L. Bigbie - 456 Kelly Blake - 447, 200 Renita Blake - 200 Ann Blakely - 25 Lori Blakewood - 490 Brad Blastick - 84 Beberly Boatwright - 447, Cynthia Borrett - 494 Michelle Borrett - 482 R. Bowers - 456 Jack Boyd - 204 204 INDEX Kim Boyd - 472 Patrice Boyd - 447, 204 Bubba Boyette - 437 Margaret Bradley - 494 Dr. Stephan Brandon - 435 Donnie Brannen - 437, 490 Gail Brannen - 25 Michelle Brannen - 494 Julie Brennan - 464, 482 Carol Brewton - 204 Stephanie Bridges - 482 Jim Brindley - 437 Kris Brockmeir - 24 Anne Brown - 483 Chuck Brown - 445 Jacaueline Brown - 483 Jamie Brown - 80 Kathryn Brown - 495 Katy Brown - 495 Patricia Brown - 204 Robert Brown - 204 Selinthia Brown - 495 Terri Brown - 483 Dianetta Bryan - 74 Chuck Bryner - 84 Renny Bryner - 84 Jenny Buchheit - 72, 458, 483, 474 Joan Buchheit - 490 Dr. Robert Burnett - 20 Renee Burns - 483 Michelle Burnsed - 204 Nelda Burroughs - 24 Angela Bush - 72, 483 Mike Butti - 204 Traci Cain - 204 Donna Calderon - 490 Cindy Calhoun - 460 Wayne Cannon - 483 E. Carter - 447, 476 Julie Carter - 495 Colleen McAdams Josie Murphy Michelle Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Gpitz Angela Pomykala Ramelle's Florist Rexnord inc. Artie Richburg Smurfette David Steedly Sub Pub Alberto Torress Town and Country Weis Cinema Center Neil Young Jon Zylstra Phillip Carter - 202 Sheila Carter - 447, 495 Paul Casner - 445 Bobbi Cason - 483 Susan Chirbas - 25 Janice Christy - 23 Karen Clark - 490 Kitten Clayton - 437 Canrad Clemens - 23 Julian Clements - 444, 202 Veronica Clinton - 483 Mary Cody - 24 Joe Coffey - 483 Kelly Collins - 202 William Collins - 458, 483, 220 Carole Conners - 202 Bill Cooper -445 Kathy Cooper - 447, 202 Stephanie Cooper - 490 Cary Cornette - 80, 450, 202 Diane Cornn - 444 Sherri Cothran - 494 Michelle Coyne - 472 Susan Crapse - 494 George Crawford - 494 Randy Crawford - 494 Leigh Cronin - 484 Angela Daniles - 88 Diedra Daniels - 484 Chris Danos - 495 Locke Davenport - 445 Angie Davis - 202 Scott Dawson - 495 Patty Deauz - 24, 469 Dorothy DeBalkd - 494 Misty DeGross - 88 Kathy Dempsey - 202 Mark Dempsey - 80 Patricia Derry - 494 R. Diamantis - 456 Talethia Dixon - 88 Tonya Dixon - 202 Kathi Doll - 474, 495 Angela Donaldson - 88 Vinessa Dotson - 452 Leon Drummer - 24 Donna Drummond - 472, 202 Fdith Dube - 452 Wayne Dugger - 437 Sandra Dunwoody - 25 Thomas Durrence - 202 Jenny Dyches - 472, 202 Sara Easterlin - 484 David Drent Edenfield - 484 Mary Ann Edenfield - 450, 494 Lauri Edwards - 495 Nancy Edwards - 203 Robert Edenfield - 80, 203 Teralyn Edwards - 88, 484 Denjemin Joesph Elkins - 203 Rhonda Elkins - 203 Sharon Elmore - 203 Shane Ennis - 472, 203 Rita Enzmann - 25 Brent Farmer - 80 Barbara Estes - 444, 495 Ayn Everett - 484 Cathy Fabozzi - 460 Delesso Falls - 484 David Faulk - 437 Stacey Fell - 472, 203 Nathan Ferguson - 494 Dick Ferrell - 437 Jolie Fields - 68, 474 John Feindeis - 445 Tina Finley - 495 Ann Finochiarro - 472 Patricia Fisher - 203 B.J. Ford - 88 Sheila Fraser - 453 Stan Freeman - 437 Terri Fuller - 72, 472 Nanci Futrell - 472 Tracie Gallaher - 474, 203 Concetta E. Gallo - 203 Stephen Gorman - 80 Dodie Gay - 437 Kaye Geiger - 452 Cyndee Geoffroy - 445 Cynthia German - 484 Gigi Gibson - 88 Jamie Gibson - 22 Cindy Gilreath - 452 John Golden - 80 Mary Golden - 495 Sue Golden - 24 Reggie Goldsmith - 496 Virginia Gomez - 472, 203 Ann Gooding - 496 Shirley Goodson - 458 Jeffrey Gordon - 494, 476 Greg Gorman - 496 Gail Goslee - 437, 458 K. Grant - 447 Kimberly Gray - 445, 494 Cheryl Green - 496 Marjorie Green - 25 S. Green - 456 Valerie Green - 447, 203 Willidm Green - 204 Alisa Gregory - 404 B. Griner - 456 Maureen Groach - 26 Karl Grotheer - 458, 494 Jocelyn Gurley - 453, 484 Simone Haddock - 494 Tim Hoeussler - 450, 458, 4 Kim Hale - 452 lvan Hamilton - 492 Shorleen Hamilton - 88 Catherine Hammock - 496 Thomas P. Hann - 496 John Hansen - 445 Mickie Harbin - 445 Joey Hardee - 204 Michelle Hardy - 453 A. Harden - 447 David Harn - 204 Sonya Harrell - 88 Mary K. Harrington - 492 Lila Hdrris - 472 Jimmy Harvey - 80 Dr. Robert Harris - 443 William Harvey - 496 Richard Hay - 476 Mark Heape - 492 R. Henry - 456 Jamie Herbster - 492 Manuel Hernandez - 484 Ellan Herring - 26 Cheryl Hester - 474, 496 Wdlt Hickox - 450, 458 Stephanie Hines - 492 Carolyn Hodges - 204 Fred Hodges - 437 Ginger Hodges - 485 Jane Holland - 26 John Holland - 437 Vdleria Holley - 496 Calvin Holmes - 447, 492 Lisa Hopkins - 472 Suzi Horton - 204 T. Houghton - 456 Lonnie Howard - 492 Andrea Hudson - 485 Freda Hudson - 496 Keith Hughs - 28 Donna Hughts - 485 Mark Hulme - 485 Betty Hunnicut - 26 George Hunnicut - 24 Wayne Hutsell - 437 Christy Irwin - 452, 485 Teresa Jackson - 496 Kathy Jacobs - 492, 472 Sharron James - 452, 204 R. Jarrell - 456 Patty Jdynes - 28 Micheal Jdynes - 42 Dr. Gary Johanning - 434 Jenni Johnson - 437 Marguerita Johnson - 453 Mary A. Johnson - 204 Rene Johnson - 88 Terry Johnson - 452, 485 Tom Johnson - 25 Angela Jones - 435 Kartis Jones - 24 Keith Jones - 485 Rhonda Jones - 472, 204 8 Rhonda Jones - 485 Wendy Jones - 460 Geralyn Kass - 204 Micheal Keating - so Tonya Keitt - 496 P. Kempa - 456 Kelly Kilpatrick - 444, 472, 204 Richard King - 492 Wayne King - 80, 204 Betsy Knight - 497 E. Knight - 456 Robert Koss - 492 Jon Kruse - 84 Scott Kukelhan - 84 J. David Lamb - 485 Sheila Lamb - 204 J. Langston - 456 Lori Lanier - 492 Janet Larson - 452, 485 Sherri Latham-Martin - 485 Byung Lee - 25 L. Lee - 456 Ann Leech - 472 Alicia Leggett - 444, 497 Terri Liles - 458, 492 Patty Lillo - 452 Cindy Lindsey - 205 Benjamin Linton - 493 Edward Long - 497 Susan Long - 485 Anne Marie Lopez - 485 Susan Lucas - 472 Lisa Lynn - 205 T. McCann - 456 Amy McKee - 88 Kim McLellan - 474, 205 Barbara McPipkin - 474 Jennifer McPipkin - 205 Jessica Maack - 474, 205 Pamela Major - 205 Carlos E. Maldonaldo - 486 Cravon Mallory - 437 Denise Malone - 205 Melba Mann - 486 Carl Manning - 437 L. Manning - 456 David Marshall - 464 Debbie Martinez - 452 Renee Matthewson - 472 Bonnie Mazam - 26 A. Mazzoli - 456 Gena Meadows - 472 C. Meyer - 456 Carolyn Meyer - 497 Jamie Meyers - 497 Jane Meyer - 24 Lorraine Middleton - 205 Amy Miller - 497 Angela Y. Miller - 497 Amy Miller - 472 Karen Miller - 452 Retha Miller - 486 Tom Miller - 22 Kim Mimms - 472 Joanne Mincey - 24 Linda Mincey - 205 Andrea M. Mitchell - 72, 486 Eric Mitchell - 486 Frank J. Mitchell - 486 J. Mitchell - 456 William Mitchell - 497 John Mokrav - 205 Ed Moore - 84 Lietzyl Moore - 497 Ray Moore - 437 John Morden - 445, 486 Lauran Moreno - 445 Glenda Morgan - 497 Margaret Morrison - 23 Julia C. Muller - 444 Mance I. Mullino - 444 Margaret Muniz - 497 Richard Munson - 445 Josie Murphy - 75, 458, 469, 486 Mark Murphy - 250 Michelle Murphy - 205 Jay Myers - 444 Linda Myer - 444 J. Denise Neisier - 497 Bruce Nelson - 437, 464 Carla Nelson - 206 Lynn Nerren - 206 Suzanne Newson - 472, 486 Celeste Nonnenberg - 498 Glen Norman - 80, 450 Robin North - 498 Liz Norwood - 445, 206 Teri Nugent - 493 Maureen O'Brien - 458 Merri Kaye Oler - 88, 498 Eve Oliver - 453 Michelle Oliver - 206 Lovetta Oneal - 486 Suzanne Oppenheim - 453 Laura Orendorff - 206 Kathleen Orzada - 20 Chris Owens - 84 Mike Parish - 445, 486 Cindy Page - 669, 486 Randolph Page - 206 Margaret Parker - 24 Mary Parker - 206 Pam Parker - 493 Katie Parks - 445, 487 Tish Payne - 206 P. Perry - 447 Beverly Phillips - 445, 206 Payne Phillips - 493 Lori Plank - 206 Teresa Ploper - 206 Angie Pomykala - 74, 474, 487 Patricia Pomykala - 474, 493 Derward Poole - 437 Angie Porzio - 472 Janet Poticny - 450, 472, 206 Carla Powere - 437 Kelly Powers - 472 A. Praeht - 456 Brenda Prater - 487 Candy Pratt - 452 Larry Prescott - 207 Sharon Priester - 207 Elizabeth Proctor - 487 Arthur Prosser - 28 Tammy Purcell - 445 Shelia Quinn - 487 Kirk Rahn - 487 Jamei Randi - 474 Colleen Ravolis - 498 Monique Read - 472 Betsy Reed - 437 Randall Reese - 439 Bryan Reiff - 437 Nancy Reimer - 487 Sam Remley - 487 B. Render - 447 Errol Rhett - 84, 452 Artie Richburg - 487 Judy Richburg - 487 Rand Rippy - 476 Suzanne Ritter - 437 Pamela Robbins - 460 Wesley Roberson - 444 Mike Roberts - 498 B. Robinson - 456 Mary L. Robinson - 28 D. Rock - 447 Suzanne Rockwell - 24 J. Rown - 456 Joseph Rucker - 493 Rosalie Ruiz - 445 S. Russall - 456 S. Rutharford - 456 Kim Rutland - 437, 443 Nancy Rutland - 472, 207 Mozella Sabree - 487 Ava Salter - 437 Theren Samuells - 437, 207 Linda Sanders - 498 Phyllis Sanders - 498 Jerry Sandy - 24 Debbie Stchell - 498 Neil Satterfield - 460 Chris Schaaf - 493 Sheri Schmidt - 445 April Scott - 498 B. Seabrooks - 447 Margarete Seagraves - 487 Shirley Sectin - 445 Kenny Sellers - 437 Robert Sessoms - 498 Theresa Seiver - 22 Susie Sharpe - 474, 498 Allen Sheppard - 80 Susan Shifflet - 472 Carol Siener - 207 Dell Shilling - 488 John Simmons - 207 Greg Simpson - 23 Rufus Smalls - 207 Gloria Smith - 460 Leon Smith - 23 Margaret Smith - 474 Rex Smith - 498 W. Smith - 456 Greg Sneed - 476 Rick Sokol - 80, 450 Donna Stack - 472 Jamie Stafford - 207 Denise Stahl - 24 John Stegal - 26, 454 Kathy Stout - 452, 488 David Strickland - 460 Gary Strickland - 437, 499 Kim Strickland - 499 Lisa Strickland - 474, 207 Marie Strickland - 453 Beatrice Taylor - 25 Clinto Taylor - 444 Paula Taylor - 488 Rhonda Taylor - 499 T. Taylor - 447 Kim Teale - 207 Brenda Thomas - 452, 474 Detra Thomas - 88 Stacey Thomas - 437, 499 Edith W. Thompson - 488 Lisa Thomson - 469, 488 Ronnie Thompson - 450 Marilyn Tisdale - 207 Sheila Todd - 207 Teri Towler - 474, 208 Nicola Trusty - 499 Lynn Tucker - 68, 75, 488 Rebecca Tuker - 488 Robert Tucker - 476, 488 Marcella Tudor - 493 Michael Turner - 445 Richard Turner - 493 Michael Ulman - 476, 488 Sandy Ulmer - 488 Bobby Usher - 437 Stepen Vanderberg - 80 Charles Vaughn - 499 Traci Vaughn - 445, 488 Scott Wagnon - 208 Andy Walker - 208 Hwanmoo Wallenta - 488 Karen Ward - 72, 464, 489 Sherry Ward - 489 Jeffery Warnar - 208 Greg Warnock - 437 Leslie Warnock - 493 Stephen Warshaw - 476, 489 Crystal Waters - 456 Althea Watson - 208 Karen Weathers - 208 Catherine Weiher - 499 Tom Whalen - 499 Pamela Jo Wheeler - 444 Anne Marie White - 474 L. White - 456 Magdalene White - 209 Veronica Whitehead - 447, 209 Karen Whitfield - 26 Randi Whitfield - 493 Jean Whitlock - 453 Linda Whittish - 22 Brenda Williams - 474 Andrew Williams - 456, 499 James R. Williams - 209 Kathi Willis - 452, 489 Windy Wilson - 437 David Wise - 499 Debbie Wolling - 499 Donna Wolling - 472, 209 Marie Wolling - 499 D. Woo - 456 J. Young - 456 Loretha Young - 209 Michelle Younger - 474, 493 Sarah Zimmerman - 26 ' Karen Zipperer - 437 25 Editor's Message Love-Hate. l've thought about writing this message for many days now. Hundreds of words have run through my head. Picking out the right ones often seemed unrealistic. Yet, there were two which always applied. Love and hate. This book began as a love task. I had so many ideas I planned to incorporate in this book to make it better than ever. Most of all, however, it was something I was doing for myself. I was going to take on a big project, complete it, and do it well. I was doing something I had never done before, but always wanted to. Everything was progressing quite well at the beginning. Then, as it is with many editors l'm sure, things gradually got worse. Near the end it seemed an almost impossible task: staff down to three people, late deadlines, insufficient pictures, and the list goes on. I became tired, irritable, and frustrated. Being an editor wasn't easy, but I was bound and determined, and, now, l'm glad I did it. l do want to thank the only two people who fulfilled their obligations to me and this book: Larry Prescott - Student Life section editor, and Terri Liles - Features section editor, plus. qAnd by the way, Terri has done an exceptional job on her pages, I'm sure you will all be able to pick them out.Q I wish to extend an especially big thanks to: first, Terri Liles, for her exceptional layouts and those nights she worked till 3 A.M. on the book with me, second, to Al Harris, for working so closely with the project during the last few weeks and for making the faculty section a more complete and better section, third, to Geralyn Kass for her work on the Ads section, and, last but not least, to Butch Longaberger, for being the one person who always encouraged me and kept me going, and even helped do layouts when no one else did. Many people offered their time to this project but only the ones mentioned above honored their commitments. The book is now done and as I end this message I just want to say how happy I am that it is finished and that I hope you will all be happy with what was done. Sincerely, Vinum. Qmex Michelle Borrett 4983 Geechee Editor 256 l I I t Il 'I -ll- -I 4 Q. 4 , .,., ng VJ .I i U A N v '. W cl, I 1 v aff rw nv '. , ' 4.- . I I .' ..'1 IA, A 'W' .ln ', ' ' u 'a a .l 'I M ,,.. '41-?'f. .:, 'J Wu. l pf' 4 H1 . 'ff 1 . G V I4 ll 'V 1 .', 'O Fm? o " , - 1 f 1,1


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