East Mississippi Community College - Lion Yearbook (Scooba, MS)
- Class of 1979
Page 1 of 88
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1979 volume:
editors ' Message LUe, the annual staff editors and annual staff, hope you enjoy this book os much as we enjoyed putting it together. The entire annual staff put a great deal of time and work into this annual hoping that in years to come, you will be able to look back and find all the fun and remember this great year at €ast Mississippi Junior College. s n c T i v i T I € s ow H O M C O M I N G Bettye Simonds €ugene Sanders Queen and €scort Jean Barefield Steve Key Tammy Hodges fll Talbott Sharon Leiuis Brad Cheatham Panesha Patterson €arl Singleton Bonnie Fowlkes Jim Fondren Felida Burns John Glass 6 •;• ' • v. v — „ 1 Kim Pierce Durrell Warren Most Beautiful Most Handsome 8 Bobbie Collier Susan Sudduth Denise Herron Beauties Mogld €slohi Beaus Tammu Hodges Jim Fondren Wiley Hoob Sellossie Morgan 9 10 11 12 13 •Tj 14 15 Dedication . . . Mrs. Frances Rush 14 16 She is the lady who sits through freshman and sophomore registration with o smile, puts each student ' s grades on his grade sheet, and makes us all feel important. She has given many years of her life and love to us. Her work sometimes goes unnoticed and usually unre- warded. Because of her work, we admire her. Because we love her, we dedicate with pride the 1 979 Lion. 17 President Clois Cheatham President ' s Message The school year of 1 978-79 is coming to a close. Vou, the students, hove mode it a most enjoyable year. We know that you hove mode our lives richer in many ways. UUe hove watched you grow in intellectual ability and in maturity. No greater honor con be bestowed on us than to see you succeed in achieving the goals that you have set for yourself. UUe hove tried to make you aware, during this past year, that on individual must set his own goals in life and put forth t he necessary effort to achieve those goals. The goals you set for yourself today and the effort toward their achievement will affect tomorrows. Life ' s challenges are many; how you meet those challenges is up to you. I wish for you success throughout life. May God watch over you and bless you in many ways. Sincerely, Clois Cheatham President 18 T SW PERI ' 1 T Lr ' • I 1 -i? 1 11 5 ' 10 . 1 • 1 t iP f3| lie 5 r gV. J 1 rfi ZBV r?pwrrr ww r itj ■ r 5 %v « « v .»i%o .4 .. 19 M SHvn Contents Sophomores 21-25 Fres hmen 27-33 Administration 34 Professional Staff 35 Faculty .36-40 Staff 41-44 Organizations 45-50 Who ' s Who 51-60 fithletics 61-74 20 Clark Adams Usa Adklns €ndy filter lee Anderson Joycelyn Anderson Jack Bailey Jean Borefleld Denny Bodden Mike Bond Diana Boyd Talmadge Bridges finnie Kate Broach Tim Carter v Ben Chandler Brad Cheatham Glenda Cole George Coleman Bobby J- Collins Scott CoMn Annie Cross Sophomores 21 Alien Cyprian Pete Cyprian Jerry Davis Vickie Dawson Judy Deason Ruby €asley Brenda €dwards Sammie €llis w 4m Rhonda Cthridge Teresa Green B R w p 1 Greg Griffith Dottle Gully UJlley J. Haab Murray Halley Randy Heoron Lynn Henderson Doris Hampton Melanle Henderson Rita Hlgginbotham Rmos HIM 22 Sophomores i6 Tammy Hodges Charles Jones Janice Jones Bob Kearschner 8ud langston Sharon Leiuis Max Ully Debra lockett Tim lockey Dennis lyles I ft • I londis Mlckens Lance Mitchell Jesse Mosley Wiley Murray Bruce Myers h flrvln Nosh Cornell Patterson Bob Persons Kay Pierce Dean Puckett Sophomores 23 V McQuinn Reed Tom Renher Cory Rose €ugene Sanders Theodls Scott Darius Shurden €arl Singleton €rnestlne Smith Gary Smith Paul Smith Ronny Smith Rod Sparkman Deborah Standi Daisy Stewart to fll Tolbott Connie Todd Teresa Vaughn Durrell UUarren Mike LUatson 24 Sophomores 1 £ Wyvonnia Webb Calvin West Cora Wllklns Lamar Williams €ssie Windham Williams Woods Carol Hathcock Sophomores Not Pictured Mike Rust Kelvin Knox Cedl Belle Willie Lucius Harold Bennett Marilyn McCallum W. C. Bland Tim McNair Ronnie Carter Bill McNeill Josephn Tyrone Clark Mohammad Mansoori Glenda Cole Hosein Moghaddas Franklin Coleman Cindy Moore Timothy Colvin Helen Morant Steve Cross Ronnie Newell Howard Davis Scott Oliver Prentice Denton Patrida Oliver €lenzle €duuards Dennis Pierce Majid €slahl Kim Pierce Carl €vans Sarah Pierce Mike Fulton Fred Rice Sylvia Gaddls €lmer Robertson Tony Gaines Wesley Roebuck Kenneth Gibson Frankle Simmons Wanda Gibson Bettye Simonds Perry Hendrix Reza Tajalll Venise Hibbler Sandra Tate Rickie Hill Rose Trimble James Ivy Janet Watson Steve Jones Pinkie Watt Sophomores 25 26 Terry Anderson filbert Barfield Patti Barrett €rk Botes Jerome Botes Denise Baty Barry Boatner €rnest Brockett Curtis Britton :: - w£ : - , Therese Bynum Jim Cannon Robert Chamberlln UJynella Cherry Christopher Qork Anthony Clayton Charles Clearman fll Clemmons Armo D. Coleman Meorlon Coleman 27 Vincent Coleman Rosa Creer Tim Croft Keith Cumberland UUillie Darden Kim Darnell Tim Darnell Diane Denton Robert Drake €ari €lliott f v 11 Y . I i F- t t-s - UUilliam €vans Ruth €aiing Jim Fondren Sammie Glbbs Ronnie Hamm Constance Hardin Tracy Harvey Jeff Henderson Denise Herron i , f» »• - I John Hill Tommy Hill Craig Hitt James Hoffman Donald Hopson I ■8 Anthony House Janet Hull Anita Jackson Dylan Jackson Renee Jernigan Clyde Jimlson Leon Johnson 3= Janice C. Jones Steve Koyda Steve Key , •: k- Renee Kirk Steve Knox Arthur Land lr rt Cullen Lee Sharon Lee 29 vfoj k - t Herbert Lewis Kenneth Loden Melindo Lott Buddy Lowe Undo Luke LUinrred Lyons Mike McDonlels Melton McDonald Ronnie McDonald Wayne McKee €lolne McWllllams Tim Manning Rngel May Robert Mercelr Mary Miller Don Mosley Teresa Murray Martha Morton Willie Nester 80 I Panesha Patterson Kim Perrlgan Prentiss Perry Charlotte Petty Alice Phillips Jay Posey UJarren Pounders Julie Ahaly Sora Richards Herbert Rice Dennis Robbins Francine flush Mike Sharp flllie Simonds Debbie Smith Mitch Snider Normia Stephens Ormaus Stidman Mickey Stokes Susan Sudduth 31 Kevin Taylor Brenda Thompson tt l Penny Toujnsend Lorry Trimble larr i Vaughn Darren Volheim Byron Walker Robert White Teresa LUhltfield flnnle LUhltted v Randy LUllllams Rrthur LUlnter Mary Voung Rnnie Bond 32 Freshmen Not Pictured John Andrews Ronald fllawine George Boskin Levette Baylor Pence Beasley Bertha Bond flbbos Borazjanl fill Borazjanl flgnes Bradford Mickey Bray fllvln Broiun James Burkes Tonia Burnett Felesia Burns Monty Cole Jimmy Coleman Leon Coleman Bobbie Collier flrvis Craddleth Ralph Craddleth Mike Cross George Denton John DePriest Gloria Fields Marty Finley Bonnie Fouulkes John Glan Rlan Goley Jamie Grayson Willie Green Teresa Gulley Samuel Gurney Frankie Haggard Rllle Hall James Hargett Ondray Harris Rusty Healy Susan Holly Jeff Hood Shirley Hopson Joe Hudson Olivia Hughes Ben Hurst Marvin Jackson Mason Jackson Lyndon Jennings Myra Jennings Tommy Johnson Roosevelt Jones Ted Jones David King fleba Lamb David Landers Franklin Leggett Ronald Levert Rlbert Undell Dewey Lott Margaret McBrayer Steve McFarland David McLemore Kathy Massey Sanford Mason Johnny May David Mlnter Selanle Morgan Mike Murphy Brenda Naylor Nena Nolan Cynthia Norrls Felix Obamogle Carolyn Odom Medhi Paktlnat Wanda Palmer James Parkman Danny Presley Gary Reed Gary Richardson Sandra Richardson Danny Rigdon Nancy Roberts Maurice Rupert Levi Rush Medhi Saffarl Hosien Shams Steve Sharp John Smith Sandra Smith Susie Spear Minnie Spencer Debra Stokes Bernell Thomas Jacqueline Thomas Wrex Thompson Bobby Thrasher Jack Vaughn James Washington Kimble Wllkens Jerry William Robert William Rodney Wright 33 Clois Cheatham, President Troy L. Williamson Academic Dean B.S.. M.A., M.S., €d.D. Kenneth Hoffman Assistant Vocational Director B.S.. M.€d. James M. Moore Business Manager B.S., M.B.A. 34 Richard Mathis Dean of Men, Dean of Student Personnel Services B.S.. M.€d. Larry K. Salter Director of Admissions Public Relations B.S., M.€d. Terry Faust Director of Financial Rid B.S., M.S. Ruth Rogers Director of Learning Resources B.S.. M.€d. Brenda Davis Director of Continuing education B.S.. M.S.C6. 35 Jacob Megehee Form Management B.S., M.S. flrthurlne Vaughn Mod e ma tics John Mitchell, Mortuary Science, B.S. Gerald Poole, Head Baseball Coach, H.P.R. Instructor. B.S., M.€d. John Harpole Ruto Mechanics Cora Mitchell Secretarial Science B.S., M€d. 36 Brenda DiMichele Music. Choir Director B.S., M.M.6. Perry Golther Humanities Division Choirmon €nglish and Speech, B.S., M.A. Rachel €zelle Business and Accounting B.S., M.€d. Tony McCullough Assistant Football Co ach Intramurals, H.P.R. B.S. Keyes Currle, Sr. Director of Athletics Basketball Cooch Am. Govt.. B.S., M.A. Betty Klllebrew 6ngllsh, B.S.. M.A.. €d.S. 37 Stuart Bosarge Cdward Nave Randall Bradberru Science Division Chairman Director of Student Housing Head Football Coach 8.A.. M.S. History. S.S. B.S., M.€d. Terry Cherr i Arts and Photography B.R.. M.fl. ' ' v tf Oliver Clair Forestry Steve Davis Football Coach, economics B.S.. M.€d. 38 Conrad DiMichele Chairman Social Sciences Histories B.S., M.fl., €d.S., €d.D. LUade R. Thorley Band and Music Ann Moore Cosmetology Cullen lee Mathematics and Phuslcs B.S., €.€.€. Roger Fox, Mortuary Science Myron Hubson, Chemistry. B.S., MS. 39 Jack UJlnscott Sociology B.S., M.fl.€d. fluth UUesterhold Wayne Killebrew Agriculture B.A., M.fl. Mitzi Green Columbus flir Force Base Coordinator, B.S. Clyde UJllliams. Jr. Speech and Dromo B.R. Ann Brodberry Belated Studies (not pictured) 40 Frances flush Assistant Registrar Mary I Webb Dean ' s Office Secretary Kate Cherry Business Clerk Louise Warren Bookkeeper Ruby McCullough President ' s Secretory Janice Green, Jlmmie Hopper Library Clerks 41 Felicia Coker Head Dormltorv Resident Barbara Mathls Assistant Dormltorv Resident 42 Paul Luke Security Malcolm Batu, Director of Physical Plant LUilton Parnell. Assistant Director Maintenance 43 James Barhom Cafeteria Manager Olga Hutcherson, Betty Baty Student Center Ruby Johnson Student Center SSSi • % Cafeteria 44 Organizations Phi Beta Lambda Reflections 46 K • Ol Iff - SJ ' - i».. Marching and Stage Sand Flag Team 47 Cosmetology fluto Mechanics 48 Blocks Unlimited Collegians 49 -f Phi ThetQ Kappa 50 Who ' s Who Freshman Class Favorites Jim Fondren, Bonnie Fowlkes, Denise Herron, James Hoffman Sophomore Class Favorites Tammy Hodges, Teresa Green, Gregg Griffith, fll Talbott (not pictured) 52 Miss 6.M.J.C Tammy Hodges 53 y a Best Dressed Kim Pierce, Lamar UUilliams (not pictured) 54 Most Original Teresa Green, filbert Barfield (not pictured) 55 Wittiest UJuvonnia Webb, Mickey Bray ( not pictured) 56 Friendliest Shirley Hopson, Bob Persons 57 Most Likely To Succeed Lisa fldkins, Steve Cross (not pictured) 58 Most Intellectual Lisa Rdkins, Brad Cheatham (not pictured) Most Athletic Deborah Standi, John Hill (not pictured) 59 Most Versatile Rita Higginbotham, Jerry Davis 60 Athletics Coach Gerald Poole ranmv ■ ,-v North Division Chomps 62 63 Richard Mathis Keyes Curric, Sr. Basketball Coaches Men ' s Basketball 64 €.MJ.C. Lionettes 65 . m v . . . ' Polly Block Lisa Adkins €MJC Cheerleaders Jean Barefield Tammy Hodges Rhonda €thridge Cindy Moore Bonnie Fowlkes Sharon Leuuis Head 66 Managers Football Tony McCullough Defensive Coach Randall Bradberry Head Coach Steve Davis Offensive Coach 67 •••• it it it Teir ) Rnderson Jock Bailey ic • 21 George 8asklns • ' mr mt n , JL|r « fT k j A €ric Bates 35 filbert Barfleld Jerome Bates David Baylor Barry Boatner €rnest Brackett 68 L • • • ' UL Jimmy Cannon Ben Chandler Joe Clark t T Jt £ 71 46JJ1 Anthony Clayton Charles Clearman fll Oemmons •••• lQy George Coleman Dodie Colvln Scott CoMn 69 flrvls Croddleth flolph Croddleth Tim Croft Steve Cross Keith Cumberland Jerry Davis -f- + + . . ¥ •I • i Sommle €llls LUllllom €vons Kenneth Gibson 70 John Glass Tommy Hill kk -kit L37y Alan Goleu ■B flnthonu House 6ddle Harlan uu w Ben Hurst ■ w 55.1 Marvin Jackson Mason Jackson Charles Jones 71 -f ¥ Herbert lewis 7 it « Hi Rusty Mitchell ■ 55 Duiaune Leggett yiy : v ! -X 1 1 75 George Morris Dennis Lules 38 Don Mosely — 78U Jesse Mosely flrvln Nosh Scott Oliver 72 • g Li Prentiss Perry • L 7 Fred Rice - t C j90 24J Dean Puckett y ■ Herbert Rice x • 72 so Gary Reed ao John Smith • • •• Paul Smith Mitch Snider Mickey Stokes 73 • •• • Bobby Thrasher Lorrv Trimble Jock Vaughn Larry Vaughn Darren Volhelm Rendu LUilllams 74 Board of Trustees Clou County W. G. McCuiston Donald R. Rushing Lyle J. Smith Mary Joe Washington Lacy Pollard James Hawkins Lauderdale County Douglas Little Turner Pigford Kenneth Jones H. C. LUatkins ID. Thompson John ft. Johnson, Sr. Clay County J. L. Blankenship Johnny R. Poss David W. LUaide Glen fl. Pate William L. Hill Lauderdale County W. H. Melton R. N. Mc€lroy Lamar Taylor Joseph M. Mosby Tommie Coker Kemper County L. B. Mitchell William P. Mills J. T. Darnell L. D. McDade Knox Dudley H. M. Hailey Noxubee County fl. R. Koon James McNair LU. S. Lavender Dewey Owings Whiteway Patty Broox Sledge Board of Supervisors Kemper County €ddie Sparkman J. C. Cdwards Fred Chisolm Mike Luke George Spinks Noxubee County LU. S. Mullins Orie J. Lane, Jr. John H. Heard Bobby C. Presley Joseph Wayne Lowndes County fl. D. Hatcher George Gerhart David C. Shelton Billy R. Swedenburg H. G. Pearson Terry Brown Oktibbeha County John fl. Ware M. T. Griffin M. S. Camp W. O. Shivers €verett Kennard W. W. Hare Lowndes County S. fl. Smith J. G. Thompson €d Andrews, Sr. W. B. Clardy Jimmy 6. O ' Brian Oktibbeha County Willie Thompson Robert Bock Jimmy Unley Curtis Buckner Douglas Miller 75 76 77 MERCHANTS FARMERS BANK A FULL SERVICE BANK MEMBER FDIC ESTABLISHED JUNE 1, 1888 Macon Shuqualak Scooba 78 JIM ' S SAW SHOP SCOOBA MS. J. L. Blankenship - Owner Compliments of Mr. Mrs. J. K. Briggs BRIGGS FIVE POINT Piggly Wiggly No. 79 503 North Jefferson Macon, Miss. 39341 Telephone 726-5871 Prentiss Byrtie McLemore MIMI ' S BEANS For the young Clothing for and young at heart. Guys Gals 79 We ' re planting trees by the millions! This year every man, woman, and child in the nation will use the equivalent of a 100-foot tree — for lumber, plywood and other wood panels, paper, packaging, and many other products made from wood and wood fiber. Fortunately, trees are one of the nation ' s renewable resources. To replace the trees we harvest, we ' re planting new forests at a record pace — more than 150 million trees annually. PHILADELPHIA, MS Weyerhaeuser The Tree Growing Company Compliments of Motor Supply — Macon, MS Murry Chevrolet Olds, Inc. Avery ' s Grocery — Macon, MS Macon Auto Parts — Macon, MS Farm Bureau Insurance — Macon, MS 80
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