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Higgins Jac k E. Cox Ernest Mi I Is Not pi ctu red : J . Herbert Coman John Erichson Gordon H. Greenwood Dr. Howard K. Harrison Richard A. Wood, Jr. Herbert L. Hyde 15 5§5lra» Offices of the Deans 16 Manpower Development . . . providing Adult Basic Education . . . brushing up on reading, writing, math . . . training in getting along with the employer and fellow employees . . . motivating persons toward " obtaining and keeping a job " . . . working closely with business and industry . . . RIGHT: Blake Davis, Coordinator BELOW: Pat Culbreth, Burney Gardner, Jennye Kirkland, Blake Davis, Willa Bella Rowe 17 Continuing Education Arthur M . Taylor Director, Adult Basic Education Ray E. Sawyer Director of Extension . . . training personnel for business and indus- try .. . assisting new and expanding indus- tries . . . teaching law enforcement officers and firemen . . . helping the undereducated at- tain academic skills and find jobs . . . giving adult basic education . . . offering hospitality education . . . providing educational oppor- tunities for personal enrichment to the general pub I ic 18 Lowell Smith Dean of Continuing Education 19 Business Office RIGHT: K. Ray Bailey Business Manager BELOW: Carolyn Shotwel I LOWER LEFT: Jessie Goforth LOWER RIGHT: Patricia Farr 20 irxu • i TOP LEFT: Rhonda West LOWER LEFT: J o Ann Erw in BE LOW: Marie Pinner 21 Area Consultants RIGHT: Jay Canter Hospitality Education LEFT: Bob Poore Supervisory Development Training 22 I Maintenance LEFT: Bobby Freeman Coordinator of Equipment BELOW, SEATED: Rebecca Murray Margaret Fortune STANDING: Grover Morton Betty Clark John Davidson 23 Secretarial Staff 24 25 Student Services Rick Wilson, Veterans ' Affairs Officer Jack Davis, Dean of Student Services Glenn Anderson, Financial Aid Officer Tom Hanson, Director of Counseling tr- I 26 Fran Hensley, Secretary Mary Louise Carpenter, Counselor Linda Wright, Secretary Francis Johnson, Registrar Connie Rice, Secretary 27 Learning Lab learning at your own speed . . . agonizing over programmed math . . . speaking foreign languages . . . getting a head start . . . catching up . . . reviewing . . . hundreds of courses available . . . individual help from interested coordinators . . . Ilka Bowditch Assistant Coordinator Emily Bergere Evening Lab Coordinator : uw, and refinement rather than fashion; I rot respectable, 1 1 te we content with l small weans i to see □once rather than , 1 Katie Davis Learning Lab Coordinator . . 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BOTTOM LEFT: David Wolfe, Director Division of Allied Health BOTTOM RIGHT: Susan Phelps, Secretary Karen Banks Stephanie Baron Susan Bell Genie Boyd Joan Buirgy Kay Buchanan Mona Buchanan Mary Burril Elaine Cabe Jack Carpenter Linda Cisco Steve Feingold Patricia Fugate Linda Goodson Deborah Herbert Frances Herrin Judy Hudgins Paula Hyatt Barbara Jarvis Kathryn Daughton, Chairman 37 Lynn Painter, Instructor Regina Keener Dodie Kirsc h Donna Ledbetter Tom Lyons Mary Louise Mahoney Joe Mack Lisa Martin DeAna Matthews Evelyn McCormick Diana McElroy Mary Medd Shirley Merolla Betty Merrill Carla Merzlak Nancy Mosley William Meyers Jim Naves Vicki Nelon Dorothy Aycock, Instructor 38 Patricia Poret, Instructor Sandra Newman C lara Nicholson Linda Owenby Brenda Parker Pam Parris Russell Perry Lynn Pless Kathy Ponder Phyl lis Powel I Juanita Ramsey Tom Reece Tommy Reid Barbara Roberts Judy Rogers Cynthia Roseborough Mary Sanchagrin Kathy Scott Mary Buckner, Instructor 39 f l Donna Shelton Debbie Sherlin Ramona Shook Douglas Nodine, Chairman, Natural Science 40 UPPER LEFT: Metta Buckner, Instructor ABOVE: Estelle IMowicki, Instructor BOTTOM LEFT: Carol Couch, Instructor, Natural Science BOTTOM RIGHT: Lynette Mitchell, Instructor 41 Dental Hygiene . . . educating patients toward good oral health . . . pokin ' , pickin ' , grinnin ' . . . holding a mirror in your left hand and an explorer in your right . . . learning to stomach the sight of blood . . . carving " teeth " out of wax . . . going to sleep each night counting teeth . . . wondering why todays patient didn ' t show up . . . seeing wiggly tongues 42 Rita Milberg, Chairman Jeanne Austraw Julia Blythe Judy Bowman Pauline Braswell Martha Cabe Karen Cannon Sharon Cassida Barbara Col lins Debbie Davis Donna Davis Robin Ford Vicki Godfrey Kay Greene Debbie Hayes Lynn Heatherly Jo Joyner Cathy Lewis Debbie Lindsay Teresa Miller Glenna Moore Doris Scroggs, Teaching Assistant 43 Debbie Noblitt Mina Sue Odom Virginia Pen ley Jane Ramsey Kathy Ri ley Donna Roberts 44 Jean Stines, Instructor t ' - - ■ Sherry Shields, Instructor Rhonda Singleton Rebecca Thomason Lana Varnadore Elaine Waldrop Sandra Whitmire Anita Wi I liams Sheila Woody v Dental Assisting Sharon Allen Genevieve Baldwin Renee Holtzc law UPPER RIGHT: Ann Evans, C hairman Teresa Ingle Vicki Pryor Debbie Ramsey Lynn Rary Kim Rev is Teresa Thomas . . . being able to assist your favorite dentist . . . passing the certification tests . . . letting the light into the darkroom ... re- membering how to handle that office emer- gency . . . remembering your first perfect x-ray . . . making study models of teeth 46 Medical Laboratory Assistant . . . wondering if the instructor said " test " or " taste " the sample . . . wondering why patients hate to see you coming . . . spend- ing most of your time at the hospital . . . hunting someone in the hall to practice on Laura West, C hairman Mary Blyth Diane Hipps Deborah Johnson Janet Kent Loretta McSwain Donna Morris Doris Pruden LOWER LEFT: Julia Bemis, Instructor Practical Nurse Education . . . learning a mil I ion definitions . . . giving your first bed bath . . . having to turn a 200 lb. patient when you only weigh 98 lbs . . . putting your best foot forward, and not tripping over it . . . using wild imagination when all other logic fails . . . sticking the needle where it ' s least wanted . . . caring and understanding . . . hoping your first patient isn ' t male . . . being more frightened than your patient . . . giving the wrong patient the right medication . . . saying you ' re sorry Beatrice Austin Patricia Baird Sharon Banks Teresa Bishop Sandra Bradley 48 Sara Bradley Diane Buckner Beatrice Burnett Lila Chase Pat El lenburg Yvonne Fayssoux Lura Freeman Debra Gentry Hazel Gravenstuk Annette Hal I Margaret Hal I Cathy Harnel Joan Harrell Robin Johnson Deborah Jones Jo Ann Holderman, Instructor 49 Ruth Digges, Instructor Lila Keffer Sheila Kind ley Doreen King Carolyn Leach Katnerine Lyda Johnie IVelson Doris Merri 1 1 Patricia Perry Helen Pressley Wi Ima Randall Walter Rattler Cheryl Reece Johanna Rhew Heather Rice Teresa Rogers Rhonda Sayles Roger Scott Brenda Causey, Instructor 50 Joyce Gouge, Instructor Zona Si mpson Kim Stafford Rebecca Vanadore Linda Vess Marlene Wood Radiologic Technology . . . seeing the foundation of mankind . . . seeing through you . . . groping through the darkroom . . . keeping on your toes . . . doing a skull film when you should be doing an ankle . . . getting the portable stuck on the elevator . . . returning the wrong patient to the emergency room 52 Maxine Deweese, Instructor Hazel Bryson Barbara Bumgardner Edward Glasgow Pam Jenkins Anthony Lunsford Kay Martin Patricia McMahan Susan Morrow Lora Moyle Shirley Painter Virginia Pettit Jeff Phillips Anna Pridgen Pat Ramsey Alan Rhodarmer Donna Roper Edith Roush Steve Summy Rhonda Sprinkle Larry Stanley Keith T eague Linda Thrasher 53 54 M Division of Business Education Business Administration . . . provides practical dynamic college-level business training with emphasis on the development of desirable professional attitudes Electronic Data Processing Office Education Business Administration . . . being able to do a problem in your head, but not on the machine . . . preparing trial balances . . . expressing your ideas about the economic situation . . . losing your VA check in the stock market . . . learning to be competitive in the fast-moving business world . . . knowing there is an economic crisis but not knowing why . . . surviving a rotary calculator . . . struggling to stay awake in economics 56 Mike Bailey Douglas Beachboard Robert Bennett Marvin Blair Lattie Boone Mike Bowlin Jimmy Bradley Stanley Brank Mike Branton Ron Bridges Ronnie Brown William Buchanan Kay Buckner Ross Buckner Joyce Burns Laurene Bunn James Caldwell Mike Cathey Richard White, Chairman 57 Terry Cathey Roy Lee Chapman Earlene Clark Roger Clark Marsha Clouse Ernestine Clubb N.M. Clubb Gail Cochran Gary Cole Richard Cole Kenneth Cope James Pea Charles Corpening Judith Craig Darrell Crisp Rebecca Crisp Paula Crouch Frances Davis Ronald Sluder, Instructor 58 Randy Davis Tom Davis Dave Dillard Dale Ducker Phyllis Duckett Rick Elingburg William McDowall Instructor Joe Elkins B.T. Elmore Peggy Evans Ruth Farmer Richard Fawcett Calvin Frady Eddie Frisbee John Fuller Ron Gant 59 Vic Gardner Terrie Glenn Brent Godfrey Danny Green Jim Gregg Paul Griffin Harold Ponder, Instructor Rayfield Hamlin Barbara Hannah Don Harrison Jim Harman Nancy Harwood Melvin Hawkins Paul Hensley Linda Herzberg Gary Holcombe 60 Bruce Howard Albert Hudson Jack Hyder Bobby Jamerson Gary Jenkins Bob Jones Steve Kiser Maretta Kuykendall John Laughter Philip Lewis Ronald Liles Ronald Lipe Mivfook Lok Greg Magruder Michael McCourry Robert McCoy Gail McCurry James McIntosh Julie Miller Linda Miller Wayne Miller Robert Morrow David Nicholson John Nicholson Carol Ownbey Donna Ozechowski Tony Patterson Juanita Payne Harry Ponder Seanie Ray 61 Roger Wolfe, Instructor Kayron Reavis James Reece Janice Reed Debra Rice Edwin Rice Stephanie Rice David Roberts Lee Roberts Pam Roberts Randy Robertson Wayne Rogers Rick Salter Kent Self Annette Shivers Michael Silvers 62 Jo Ann Sisty Donna Smathers Ben Smith Larry Spain Rose Ann Stamey Nan Stansell Thaylon Stewart Gary Stoak Oliver Stroud Jerry Salter Lee Sutphin William Taylor Steward Wallace David Whitson Robert Williams David Winfrey Bill Worley Nancy Worley A I Freeman, Instructor 63 Electronic Data Processing . . . pursuing logic in an illogical way . . . averaging five check stops a clay . . . helping each other with programs . . . trying to under- stand how a computer works . . . being able to solve a problem in your mind but not draw a flow chart . . . getting your wires crossed . . . hav- ing the 407 accounting machine chew up your cards . . . hating to do your own key punching . . . letting a second year student help you write programs . . . discovering new, efficient ways to solve problems 64 Howard Ray, Chairman Dr. Olin Wood, Instructor Mike Roberts Betty Jo Romana Kenneth Webb Randy Schrader Beverly Wooten 65 Office Education . . . expanding your abilities in office pro- cedures . . . striving for 140 words a minute in shorthand . . . preparing for a speech and losing your note cards . . . try- ing to stay awake while listening to short- hand tapes . . . becoming a secretary the hard way . . . learning to type on an Exe- cutive typewriter . . . getting your wires crossed on the switch board . . . com- pleting a two page letter in two minutes with no errors . . . creating a secretarial image in blue jeans . . . 66 Sara Morris, Chairman Ron Caldwell Brenda Carland Mary Carwile Judith Chambers Deborah Cobb Pam Davis Jewell McDaniel, Instructor Wanda Dotson Jeannette Downs Paula Jo Edwards Elizabeth Elam Peggy Ellenberg Sharon Elingburg 67 Donna English Julia Farrington Deborah Frisbie Ligia Garcia Dianne Gilliam Sal lie Graves, Instructor Max Hutchins, Instructor Josephine Gilliand Debbie Hall Cathy Hawkins Karol Henson Dianne Hinson Teresa Hoi I if i el d Teresa A. Hollifield Rebecca Hyde Debbie Kizziah Karen Logerquist 68 Jannett Lovingood Linda Lunsford Eva McFee Debbie Miller Audrey Mixon Diane Myers Brenda Morton Shawn O ' Brien Dena Parker Barbara Peterson Neva Reavis Brenda Rickman Brenda Robinson Janet Robinson Martha Scott Martha Sealey Debbie Seastrunk Jill Smathers Sandra Timis Deborah Vanhook Terri Vest Kathy Warren Susan White Judy Whitson 69 70 Division of Engineering Technology Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Drafting and Design Electronics Mechanical Engineering . . . provides a practical degree- granting education involving scienti- fic and mathematical theory with specialized training in some specific branch of engineering technology to enable the graduate to apply estab- lished principles in his field Chemical Engineering Technology . . . experimenting with acids and living to tell about it . . . hearing (after you have already passed out) " I wouldn ' t breathe those fumes if I were you. " . . . studying the periodic table . . . learning how to bend glass without burning your fingers . . . discovering that a formal education does not help you get a coke from the machine Mary Bordokas Claudia Bradley Mark Cartwright Gail Clarke Dianne Frisbee Mike Gibbs C.H. Goldsmith Larry Johnson Sharon Lee Jim Lynch T ye Penley Kenny Sullivan Carolyn May, Instructor 73 Civil Engineering Technology . . . dragging a steel tape with you everywhere you go . . . being in class with a woman sur- veyor . . . studying your azimuth off . . . making popcorn in the backroom . . . having a dynasty in football . . . sliding down the hill behind 1-Building . . . chopping a boundary line through thick undergrowth . . . getting to school before the sun does . . . adding num- bers that do not fit on the calculator . . . registering and then not knowing what you registered for 74 Keith Ballard Ray Brooks John Caldwell Michael Case Wi lliam C lark Stephen Cole Bill Crompton Charles Davis Pat Drake Larry English Gene Fore Stephen Gormley Robert Griffin Larry Halford Dean Haney C larence Hensley Robert Hensley Ronald Hensley Gerald Hill Mike Ingle Rick Jones Mac Kelly Ronald Ledbetter Douglas Ledford 75 Pete Lesta Jamie Lynch Garry Merrill Ray Merrill Mike McCrary Alan McGuinn Charles McKinnish Coy Middleton Edward Miller Joe Miller Gary Moore Warren Stiles Howard Reece 76 Drafting and Design . . . drawing for technical use . . . bisecting a line . . . reading the standard mechanical engineer ' s scales . . . thinking in three di- mensions . . . acquiring speed, neatness, and accuracy . . . developing a skillful pen- manship in the graphic language . . . being orderly . . . testing the working edge of the drawing board . . . using the compass . . . tracing in ink . . . drawing angles , enlarging or reducing, detailing . . . using a slide rule . . . Mike Holcombe, Chairman 78 James Bentley Kim Black Randy Blackwel Bob Butcher Don Byers Craig Cable Richard Cothran Randy Frank lin Bob Goode John Gordon Nancy Hensley Edwin Hudgins Richard Croom Chairman . Engineering Technology 79 Sam Millar David Moody Randy Moore Chris Morgan Becky IMoblett Bill Odom Larry Orr Randy Porskia Hank Pressley Bill Rice Terrisa Yarbrough Barbara Young George Rose Douglas Swann Carol I West Maurice Wiggins Jeff Williams 80 81 Electronic Technology . . . taking nothing for granted . . . knowing that it will soon be Friday . . . studying electrons in motion . . . seeing a marriage almost break up because of all the homework . . . getting the shock of your life . . . hav- ing your partner discover a capacitor is fully charged . . . tracing cartoons on the scope Steve A I Iman Thomas Beathard Danny Fox Scott Anderson Terry Caldwell T ed Grape Charles Barrett Jody Cox Douglas Hooker Steve Creasman, Chairman 82 Ray Hopper Doug Howell Virgil McConnell Ron Plemmons Richard S pi 1 1 e Jerry Hagan Eddie Johnson Pat Moss Howard Pope Carrol I Trantham Terry Hagarty Robert Johnson Mike Pang I e Randy Stanfield Buddy Russell Bill Parker John Strickland Dennis Whitson Dale Penley Porter Styles George Young 83 Mechanical Engineering Technology . . . controlling frustrations in class and then going to your car and screaming . . . finding out why people curse vending machines . . . going on trips to local industries . . . drawing and designing parts to machines . . . learning the process of manufacturing all types of goods in the most expensive way . . . having to park beside D building for classes in I building . . . learning patience and precision William Dickinson, Chairman 84 Roger Brown Patricia Edmonds Richard Gosselin John Howel I Jennings Jackson Richard Lewis Ben Doom Gary Owen William Bryant, Instructor Gary Parham Harold Payne Tom Sherlin James Smith Jack Stepp Torsak Thanaritiroj George Walker Roy Whittimore 85 86 Division of Hospitality Education Culinary Arts Culinary Technology Hotel and Restaurant Management . . . provides professionally orient- ed, post-secondary and college level training in various selected facets of the hospitality industry. These cur- ricula are designed to reflect the ever-changing skills and attitudinal demands and needs of the industry Culinary Arts and Technology . . . knowing what to do with a French knife ... not having your cake fall . . preparing a perfect menu . . . working a full day on Thursdays . . . getting off the " pot detail " . . . learning something new every day . . . cooking a meal the proper way . . . reading the directions when all else fails 88 Bob Hammond John Harrel I Haskell Heaton C.E. Hoots Ron McMahan Susan McMahan Barry Melton Max Miller John Pigg Michael Price Carolyn Pridgen Mike Reynolds William Richardson 89 Hotel Restaurant Management . . . interning at Hilton Head . . . running Mountain Tech Lodge . . . wearing jeans on a field trip . . . learning the names of French wines . . . knowing how to operate a switchboard . . . having a pumpkin carv- ing contest . . . getting to know old wines . . . Alan Autry Emma Ball William Beach Dan Boudreau Reece Dippy Ann Elledge Curtis Guffey Cathy Hageman Mike Hall Robert Howard 90 David Hulme Robert Johnston Harry Kemp Gary O ' Dell Jody Padgett Tom Perry Don Pursley Tom Reifenberg Sarah Riddle Tony Sparacino James Wilson Tom Wolfe A I len T erry Richard Vil lard 91 Division of Vocational-Industrial Education Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Automotive Mechanics Building Construction Diesel Engines and Hydraulic Systems Machine Shop Tool and Die Making . . . dipioma or technical diploma granting programs taught at the post- secondary level . . . designed to give the student practical education and applied training in the mani- pulative skills peculiar to a specific trade Welding Air Conditioning and Refrigeration . . . keeping your BTU ' s in order . . . cool- ing it when things get hot . . . making the weather suit you . . . getting fiberglass in- sulation in your clothes . . . trying to make a 220 v. machine run on 115 v. . . . learning the hard way there is a ground in the electrical system . . . finding a leak that isn ' t there . . . shutting off the " juice " first Robert Parker Chairman Ernest Agy Michael Arthur Alan Brooks J. B. Brown Phillip Bunion Gaylord Coy Glenn Devlin J. C. Gillespie Danny Gillis Ronald Hall 94 Jerry McCall Terry Moody Carroll Mix Charles Penland Floyd Perry Ray Raffield Mike Robertson Pan Sawadivong John Sawyer L. D. Stewart 95 Automotive . . . doing without girls in your class . . . learning a trade . . . taking a motor apart and being able to put it back together again . . . making your own parts . . . fixing your girlfriend ' s car . . . rebuilding engines . . . helping a fellow classmate put an engine back together 96 Kintzley Carter Ji m C renshaw Bobby Conner Andy Davis Ralph Davis Attaporn Deddavang Leavon Goodson John Grant Tommy Gregg Mike Hampton F 97 David Hensley Jimmy Holmes Ervin Ingle Charles Jackson Gary Lance Marvin Matthews Kenneth McAfee Ross Miller Zeb Pete-son Mark Pless 98 Jerry Reeves Charles Ricker Stanley Roberts IMorman Rogers Irvin Stempson Danny Sturgill William Tippett Jimmy Wilds Michael Williams Larry Young 99 Building Construction . . . being an artist . . . doing your own thing and having to do it over . . . hitting your thumb with a hammer . . . creating . . . making kitchen cabinets for your wife . . . taking pride in your own design . . . resting while someone else sweeps the floor . . . being square . . . getting blood on the table saw „ . . having patience . . . making mistakes . . . sweeping the floor . . . reading blue- prints . . . missing the saw blade with your hand . . . making the world more beautiful r ;i Doug Angel Kenneth Atkins Samuel Barnes Harold Blevins Larry Boone Billy Buckner Steve Capps Charles Carson James Conner James Conroy David Dungan 101 Robert Edgerton Harry Grier Dwight Hami Iton Carroll Hedden Tim Hensley Mike Houke Kenneth Hyder Howell Ledford William Lee Gary Lewis Mike Me Peters 102 Harry Morman Arnie 0 Isen John Plemmons Curtis Prinz Allen Robinson Wayne Shepherd Howard Shipman Bobby Smith Robert Smith David Stone Ti m T empleton Danny Walden 103 w Diesel Engines . . . testing injector nozzles . . . checking bearing clearances . . . measuring cylinder bores for wear . . . rebuilding engine as- semblies . . . rebuilding transmissions and hydraulic systems . . . regrinding and re- ceeding valves . . . cleaning parts of diesel engines . . . diagnosing troubles . . , serv- icing procedures . . . checking horsepower on a dynamometer . . . offering repair, main- tenance, or incidental services . . . setting injector timing . . . having a female student in the shop 104 Philip Ballard Phillip Burnette Sue Crain Bruce Ensley Archie Fox David Huskey Ron Mertens Stanley Reese Fred Sheaffer Kermit Smathers Arthur Sparks Richard Souther 105 Machine Shop . . . exacting . . .an interruption of the card game . . . asking a machine to " step outside " . . . turning one ' s hopes into a re- warding future . . . learning how to become skillful . . . working in the dark until the sun comes up . . . drilling holes . . . working alone Robert Swan, Chairman W. J. Davis, Instructor David Akins Lee Ashe David Boone Linn Branson 106 Mike Burnette Jim Case Troyce Chappell Mike Crawford Randy Deaver Charles Dempsey Richard Fann Harold Finley Robert Graham Bruce Jetseck Chip Jones Harold Kanupp Danny Kimzey Roger King Gary Laughter Walter Linney Mark Me Means James Messer Mike Moffitt David Nave David Norton Mike Paxton Jack Plemmons Garry Pressley Chan Raxter Larry Rhodarmer Carroll Russell Branson Wood Danny Yoder M. P. Zuver 107 Tool Die Making . . . being highly skilled . . . learning to read blueprints . . . knowing the strength of materials . . . studying hydraulics and pneu- matics . . . using tools, dies, jugs, ana fix- tures for repetitive production products „ „ . processing a great depth of technical know- ledge . . . being the foundation man of in- dustry . o . Albert Awald, Chairman 109 Welding . . . burning an arc . . . joining together a new and better world . . . watching girls at the break . . . seeing someone ' s pants catch on fire . . . getting a spark in your shoe . . . using your hands and your mind . . . filling cracks and your mind . . . burning holes in your clothing . . . watching " pop " blow his top . . . running straight beads 110 Hershel Austin Ronnie Cooper Harry Daniels Robert Gregg Winfred Johnson 111 Division Of General Education English and Social Studies Mathematics Physical Sciences . . . contributes to the growth of students for productive involvement and participation in a technological society by providing on the post- secondary level essential communicative and quantitative skills as well as understanding of human relations and man ' s environment. Thomas Gaffigan, Director William Collins, Instructor, Psychology and Sociology Ronnie Sams, Instructor, Business Math Sandra Cagle, Instructor, Reading rnmm 114 Rex Blakeney, Instructor, Elec- tricity James Hurley, Instructor, English William Knight, Instructor, Engl ish Ronald Bradsh aw, Instructor, Mathematics 115 Bernard Smith, Instructor, Physics Joyce Parris, Instructor, English Tom Healey, Instructor, Physics Jo Graybeal, Instructor, English „ ... . TM 116 Celia Tauscher, Instructor, English Paul Lentjes, Chairman, Dept, of Physical Science Toby Shook, Chairman, Dept, of Mathematics Max Welch, Chairman, Dept, of English Ellen Price, Instructor, Reading 117 as wu B I;ivcOMBfe , w-chnjcai. iks , mm. ' Ar+r.iczATiu b ' m r. ' % . li vr wainvottows. ' • ' « ' n " 7 s,, ‘ ,., ,, rify n . 4( »V» tto( Competing Atomic Power 73-74 Debbie Kizziah, Rick Ellinburg, Ken Driver, Carolyn Poin- ter, David Winfrey, James Rhea. CENTER: Jan Cailoway, Mike Bailey, Debbie Seastrunk. CLOCKWISE, FROM LEFT: Doug Fisher, David Jones, Tim Templeton, Martha Scott, Mike Bowlin, Eva Buckner, Ben- ny Moore, Brenda Moody, Darrell Boone, Bobby Smith, J laigfl I f 3 7 [ " ' ■ ' % ® . . . high ranking in National Little Colleges Athletic Association . . . best season ever for mighty Atomics . . . averaging 92.5 points per game . . . losing only five games in both regular and tournament play (B I Lief i e I cl — beware next year!) . . . enthusiastic crowds . . . school loyalty . . . blitzing . . . roasting . . . rallying . . . winning . . . winning . . . winning. % L®FplmA- : MAYWGOt? ®fi FPiEMDSKIP - £ ' A ■ OU TREAT .w Ai ' acR- m-L r iT-oc - 122 123 £ «$ M, HU % •♦ i - .»,r , ‘ ’ t « k « l M • «» V . ». ♦ .. • 7 » . • . s. ’ «, , . +. $t3£ ' ♦ 53 gl§j5 : .$ ♦ ,, • V Vt r ' .« Boom-Sha-Boom! 125 . . . roughing it on improvised playing fields . . . shirts vs. skins ... vs. sun . . . putting lunch hours and after- class time to good use . . . Civil Tech taking football championship again in the fall. . . Sam ' s Heroes battling . . . Parker ' s Coolers sweating . . . scoring . . . scoring . . . volleyball and bas- ketball in the spring . . . enjoying . . . Intramural Action 126 127 Golf Team Record Won McDowell Tech Haywood Tech Western Piedmont Lost Isothermal Catawba Valley LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Taylor, James Wilson, Charles Jackson, Dick Manion, Ron Bradshaw, KNEELING: Charles Henry, Craig Cable. Not pictured: Danny Boudreau, Howard Boudreau, Jack Davis, Sponsor ■ 128 129 rv j.K.m, iVOC AfaK xbc„ njcai nssn nrrii x ' - 1 0 v » » np ASHrvrn.R Jfow ' e t: Htn.iw A mATitK F « t.xitjjsr tf.?.;.c3 7V • ' warHUGT ohrs, W v „ . . r ,r »» • r. fr,.» .. Stvt ' tnS Sfi iirtty r»«» not wri»« ■ «r ■ bet " -■ v Experiencing 132 and Winning 133 Officers President: David Winfrey Vice President: Mary Burril Silvers Secretary: Pam Osteen Turner Treasurer: Mary Crawford Mary Louise Carpenter . . . directing student activities. 135 136 Who’s Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges . . . being involved in community and ser- vice programs . . . achieving honors aca- demically . . . participating in school ac- tivities . . . leading . . . displaying ability and future potential . . . being recognized as tops . . . TOP: Annette Shivers, Business Administration Diane Frisby, Chemical Technology Mary Burril Silvers, Associate Degree Nursing BOTTOM: Debbi Seastrunk, Secretarial Science Pam Osteen, Secretarial Science Juanita Payne, Business Administration 137 Leadership Workshop Student leaders, faculty, administra- tive staff . . . learning ... at West- ern Carolina University workshop . . . sharing ideas . . . working together for school and personal development . . . group dynamics . . . pool play- ing, dancing, laughing . . . motiva- ting . . . listening to Dr. Ridgon . . . getting it all together for a bet- ter year at A-B Tech +0 bf aJ k fo jf ' kJ -M sJDa s o f adnintii raJtQfi anc iW tie samt. l ioU Ctnlr o( .fesoay »»r • C ' » »■ ntf efftsiut. ».. W srn ■ a-r. ' Sk 138 139 Ye Mountain Hosts 140 Junior American Dental Hygienists Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Rebecca Thomason, Treasurer; Glenna Moore, Secretary; Jane Ramsey, President; Teresa Worley (not pictured), Vice President 141 Alpha Psi Omega Officers President: Juanita Payne Vice-President: John Nicholson Secretary: Laurene Bunn Treasurer: Robert Morrow 142 College Day 143 145 Miss A-B Tech Court GAIL COCHRAN SHAWN O ' BRIEN TERRIE GLENN 146 DEBBIE SEASTRUNK MARTHA SCOTT TERESA THOMAS PAM OSTEEN TURNER 147 Homecoming Queen and Court SHAWN O ' BRIEN 148 149 150 151 Demonstrating watermelon- eating styles: ABOVE: Mary . . . choosing RIGHT: Mr. Morrell . . . checking Mr. Sluder . . . tasting Mr. Blakeney . . . nosing BELOW: A group effort Eating Watermelons in the Summer 152 Carving Pumpkins in the Fall creating artistry with a butcher knife . . . concentrating on the perfect slice . . . Halloween expressions Christmas Sharing A-B Tech students giving of themselves . . . annual Christ- mas party . . . treating over eighty local children to the Christmas spirit . . . and get- ting much in return . . . play- ing Santa . . . wrapping toys . . . seeing love in action 154 Field Day 74 158 159 160 1 161 ServoMation Has a new • L I J Di da, J %% m • « ♦ m m • + • mm mm mm 5U E S m m m mm IMil HACK in 1 01 1 1 AK HI MAfiH) !!!!!!! MNC SOON I-AI 1 H!!!!!!!!!!! ||U| | ' !!!!!!«!!! (“HAIIII VIS ' ”-- rilMI ' AHHIIlN! i || I ' , illV.V.llVAl HUMAN! I V!!U • ,Sm mnaiinfl skills ££ » ? Unoqud } Delicious ' ob ® 8 " t m ore A’pj opportunity io :iav0 a 1 JJ, .. . — V( accepted AM p L cxcc Cku- C ' 1 • Q Rtf u 164 Program Highlights Achieving Vocational students recognized by the Who ' s Who Committee . . . scholarship . . . leadership . . . participation in extracurricular activities . . . RIGHT: Sharon Banks BELOW: Cheryl Reese BELOW RIGHT: Gary Pressley 166 Outstanding Culinary Arts student Susan McMahon Outstanding Hospitality Education student Don Pursley gmmr Secretary of the Year Wanda Dotson TOP: Anita Pearson Miss Versatile Black --Ashevi lie LOWER: Robert Hammond First Prize, Charlotte Culinary Arts Show 167 THE ' OLUME V, MO. IV DEDICATED TO THE SERVICE OF THE INSTITUTE ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA ASHEVILLE-BUNCOIABE TECHMICAL mSmUlE January, nn ESP EXPERT TO SPIA! David Hoy, an especially dynamic and i rilliant orator, widely known for his lectures, ationa! radio and television appearances, nd his writings on the subject of extra-sens- ry perception and the field of parapsycho- gy will speak at Ashevilie-Buncombe Tech- ical Institute on Monday, February 4, at 1 :00 a.m. in the gymnasium. Hoy has been engaged in research with tanford University School of Medicine in ying to develop a test for derma-optical erception ' DOF) to ascertain if blind per- , sns can receive impressions of color and rm by using only the sens© of touch. In his SP Roundtable Study Groups, Hoy has ex- 1 erimented with ESP using personalities that iow a marked degree of psychic ability, study groups have included n Editors om Education, Industry, and E Sarah Riddle Annette Shivers Taking a realistic but optimistic posi r» ESP and related subjects, Hoy avoids t r-eyed claims and fiery denunciations ffirms and details the importance of I ssearch. He lectures on the history of e snsory perception and its theories and p ces. He comments in highly serious fas} ;n the areas of research at Duke Univer: n the secretive experiments in ESP m jntrol being advanced in Russia, and jrrent status of parapsychologicai resea ; American and European universities. David Hoy also demonstrates ESP in ctures by performing controlled psyi sts using volunteers from the audier is mental projection of ESP symbols to jdience is chillingly accurate. Hoy also f snts the information necessary to start 3P Roundtable Study Group and gives jtline of testing procedures. His amas jestion and answer period is unusually si ating, providing an opportunity for pari ants to further probe the fascinating mini avid Hoy. Hoy ' closes each lecture by i g, through “Time-Projected Empathy”, icanny predictions of the future. He oven accurate a phenomenal 85% of ne. Shawn O ' Brien Hoy has lectured in both Europe and South •nerica. While Hoy was in Brazil, be did definitive study of the Brazilian Voodoo ;es and their relationship to psychic phen- nena. He will feature his findings in a forth- i ming book. Hoy has also pioneered ox- trimentation with children and ESP and is developed s deck of ESP symbol cards r children. His tests have shown that pre- ;hool children have a great degree of tele- ithic and recoanltive ability. He is author 168 . : : ■ ndicated column entiled “ESP According Hoy”. He is a native of Evansville, indiana, tbnm with his wife. Shirtav. and Davi d Russel I The crowning of a new Homecoming C will highlight A-B Tech ' s Homecoming vities on Saturday, February 9. Our team will host Catawba Valley in a conference game at 7:30 p.m. Aft? game the dance will be held in the caf frnm Q-. ' Wi tn 1 9 -30 Rnhin ftarhoo THE NUCLEI LEADERSHIP CONFERENC WHat Make, A leader? ™_AS5 CONCERT COACH RHEA SP by Ron Caidwei! PA Basketball time is here, and Coacnes Jim Rhea and Ken Driver have beers working hard to put together the 1973-74 edition of our own Basketball crew, The Atomics.” In a recent interview, ■vouch Rti@s nsd nough record Ron Caldwell Janet Hall Celia Tauscher Advisor Sarah and Annette . . . enjoying their work d for most Free Throvrs in o 169 3 X Yearbook Staff LEFT TO RIGHT: Cindy Collings- orth, Jan Nicholson, Debbie Van ook RIGHT: Janet Hall Editor ABOVE: Bill McDowali - 170 LEFT: Randy Stanfield Photographer BELOW: Bob Morrell Technical Advisor BELOW LEFT: Celia Tauscher BELOW RIGHT Bill Knight 171 Thanks . . . to All Our Other Photographers Bob Melton 0 Ian Mills Studio Mary L. Carpenter BELOW: Tom Hansen. Mike Holcombe BELOW, RIGHT: David Russell, Bob Not pictured: Tom Healy and Eng I ish Morrell 172 K v»ev tL£ -Buncombe Technical Institute icW5 l - E ' l ' " ETca PLEASE Graduation informay orders for diploma] turned in to your Graduation fees mu] follows : Students who have to pay one-half- thjj Two-year One-year Graduation invitat Additional graduat gowns and rehearsa Student Services h ’Bug in you v alone is rity, enthusiasm, LE FT TO RIGH Debb Ath arm, Debb stant Editor ea Ed Ass stru row )ill be allowed 1974 n concerning mpleted and es are as package of ten. 8 up caps and t . Be sure 173 gJr K : ' u -1 Jr fit " T ”
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