Florence Darlington Technical College - Baviere Yearbook (Florence, SC)

 - Class of 1972

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L ...A , EMA fi-'v-:nv Everette Deane David Pugh lohn Draper , ,-A off f rg lil , x -4 ,A gr f we W. A . x Iii "-. w-'Dfw L, M. Coleman lr. - Secretary-Treasurer Dr. George Williams If ly A mwvxqy' ,Q fs 'QV ,,b,,,,.,,,-J...r' Q N A ' N... E3 X Banks Scarborough 7 Lee Chandler FLCRENCE-DARLINC-TCN AREA CCMMISSION FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION 8 Florence-Darlington Area Technical Education Center evolved from laws passed by the State Legislature in 1963. Contained therein was a provision for creation of an Area Commission whose function it would be to establish policies and review the implementation of those policies. Members of this Commission are from Florence and Darlington Counties. The effectiveness of the Florence-Darlington Area Commission is reflected in the tremendous success and growth of the Center itself. This growth indicates the very positive direction charted by these men. The major trait of their efforts has become constantly expanding programs and facilities. The Commission translates the attitudes and ideas of the community into quality technical education which answers the needs of the area. The Commission members have given tirelessly of their time and talents to insure that the Florence-Darlington Center assumes its place among the best. Their only compensation is the knowledge that they have given Darlington and Florence Counties a program of technical education that will play a leading role in the development of the agricultural, industrial, and business communities of the area. Their concern is genuine and their efforts are undying. No gesture could be more appropriate than to recognize the devotion of these men to the cause of the community and technical education. We salute them for a job well-done. 9 FLORENCE-DARLINC-TON AREA TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER PAYS TRIBUTE TO: MR. I. BOONE AIKEN Original Member State Committee for Technical Education 10 bxih. .f-wil '-6 , 'I :- f-an-nngs, , Time is your most valuable resource. Invest it wisely. Invest it in a quality technical education. 12 ADMINISTRATION Fred C. Fore Director Ji 1. M. Lowder, lr. Dean of Instruction Bill Anderson - Associate Director ly 1. C. Hudson - Dean of Evening Division 13 ADMlNlS'lRA'l'lON I---:nun Carl Wolfeil Industrial Coordinator William Temple - Wade Small- Dean of Students Community Relations -arf:-ri.. Efford Windham - Harry Matthews - Evening Counselor Business Manager l 1 4 ADMINISTRATION Gene Hall Superintendent Buildings and Grounds 15' 1 I 45' gl " g i gs I"N l at a Norman McKee - Ruth Finklea Field Representative Librarian 09 -aux '35--l Marion Miller - Evening Librarian Dorothy C. Bate - School Nurse ADMINISTRATION I .,,L Xu' M l Pwn- E lf an ',, -A f " 51" SEC RET AR I ES Q' ,O T he M55 J m :ff wa i , ,Q Ky' sw. av Y' 4 f sq Q4 A 4 Cyn V, - 1 QV - -'- FLW " 'KV iw TOP ROW, L-R: Marsha Beasley, Mary Arnold, MIDDLE ROW, L-R: Linda Bradford, Sue lohnson, Betty Griggs, BOTTOM ROW, L-R: Sylvia Guthrie, Dot Hartz, and Elizabeth Hobeika. in 1. has ft 'Nu 111 , -M,4+r:m W. , C, i 5' 1 :iw 'V' ' x4"A , F' N , "' iw 1' "MA is 3, ' ' x M.. tvqu L J ,gif ' .?-i" i 55,2 't. , F, ,..J'-'f2f' 3'.T,w dig' , wg t ' ,K '4 -L' X ' ',r'vP'E'1!f4,293" . mf 'ds 4 ZVWY Jw. K fl - 1 . 'AIJ 'Q X ' A I I 1- I - " ,.. -MQ E vmgqkgaq 16 SECRETARIES TOP ROWQ L-R: Vera Singleton, Debra lordang MIDDLE ROWg L-R: Lib Howle, Bunny Lamm, Marion Williamsp BOTTOM ROWg L-R: Frances Ward, and Margaret Stokes. hu-in X:- W.-gwpmwwvv-IQM' in- E N 2 .ln Q. - Ma. :Fri-252: 5 1-g: I mv 1 I 'Q I N . 'NN if Q.. 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Q. .fffli 9.9.9 dxf? 0 Q QB ini, .fafa 7 s 4. ,ZH on wvoooofg' foovvvegj T ooosefw f oovvogyt ' ofaooffi oeonfirf-,gf fwoooovmi -oooo-sy, ff,-sooo-uf B-:il""""N+ ral tif? 0.'l'1i Q90 9 0 4 Q Q Q ogg A fe 999199 vo W 9:49, I' fit nog' 'Q' s 4 I 1- A 9 999999 os gvvove 990090 ovvooo -'yovoo .ovovw it-'ovvv T, 'I ,T 'tooo 5, i- 00.9.01 wfifi-',f999' Vicki Turner Wanda WHtl4ll'lS Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology ll Dental Assistant 4 ooo 50901, MAY UUOEFN .,',N, 5 :Mahi 4 .,,., . -Ari' N m,.7 :fi u .. SCH I 1 V fi -5 X- 1' I 'gxuxg KX -X? 1 un' J. Eb A- -wx 'J ,. A. 1 " Qi .Q mx N.. I A.. ry 3 ' qdliuifn iwQLE'UI1hE'E,'l:i, 'H -mum-f--, .,-' - -ff -41-VJ: P,-L-1.g,, ' f .H . -fav 1 .A 1 I., .A 1 1 1 if i.gg?w,,u,54qufff1 4 5 9 . - x I X, 4 fn ,Rn bf, l 2 IWW. ff -X., ' ' 9 f ' ,A ,. 4 V1 if Digi If ai if I Vw 9? , - , v"N"ni Mb " 'J n .4 3 W,-fifxw-ff," ' Q3 . Rx' .V 34. t . K. e . " , 3 f ' -. 1 Ai A as . -P' 4iZ'mr Q'-v qw' Y . . ,. F.. 'Q lf 1+ M.-, Qj ,xx Q.-Q v ' F 4. Q35 ,, V, 5? ' K "Hamm .1 sg v- 1 - 'v 'N ' Nz , wuz, aww ga "-.Wk ,--.,..,,..MhQ MAY CO RT X AMAA Pam Dean Q! 'K iff ff, ...V 4 " 5 ..,,,4.-.,..,.....,,,. -nn., I 'M s XX twr, pm! Q ,Nj ,, 4 xv 1 Nils X N 1.FKAg fix. 'Magi ,?E,.,gV Q 3 .P S . Llsgnfll x 5 KELL f ii' ' f M .Sr 4 thx Hr 5' Emma Hickey as Almeta Ross 1 ' ,-,g-.' iraq x f 1 'TMI-4 N, -v -., , .., ., , QW. X404 , , Judy Griggs Fannie Ke-tter 37 loyce Smith 3 I in 1- P . Yi xo .X 494' p4', joye Poston ,F Jodi Ragland 39 Pat 0'NeaI af STUDE T Curtis Redden President A 4157- Steve Duke Vice-President f Ci 34? Wx Yr., ., in Q Z6-M l1 PUBLISHE FLORENCE-D Welcol Graduation Graduation is something very special to all the Seniors of any High School or College. and the Florence-Darlington TEC has not been excluded from this list. On August 15, 1971, at 3:00 P. M. We were fortunate enough to hold Graduation Exercises for over 200 graduates. These graduates received diplomas or either Degrees. In the past. we have learned a lot from these students who had been here the year-before, and from the students that held only the one-year curriculum courses. They left an ever lasting impression, and each of them will be missed. But we have to go on with some of their ideas that they left and some of the changes that will be made. But as the others look back Assistance Fromv HEW Uffice It was brought out at the recent SBPA meeting by Joan P. Caton, Special Assistant for Student Affairs that her office is maintained to advocate within HEW the youth and studen explained that one courses for large st among the youth of that help is not ava it is needed. If, for problem arises tha solved on the car there seems to be available to the would like to formation and available to you may pass it on to or group who free services. Attached is a the mentioned the addresses number of the and Student Office of Y Student Affairs Of Health And Welfa- Created August, 15 Basic office is one of advocate within interests of youth We seek to honest broad a cross-section of youth as possible. Range of Communications Contact with student organizations through visits to over 60 colleges and univer- -:4:.- -...A--4 ..,:u. .,A' 1 4 v ,rx M they will remember the chorus trips, the talent shows land the can-can dancersl, Contact with Black Student Unions and a wide range of black youth groups including such groups as Youth Organizations United IYOUJ iufi, Secretary Richardson met personally with leaders of 12 major youth organizations to discuss issues of concern to youth. on youth be filled by youth candidates. Creation of agency plans. Each agency within HEW must devise a plan students Of must prove to everyone that we are interested in activities and want them to continue. - the youth demonstrations against U. S. involvement in Cam- bodia in May, 1970. This office was responsible for arranging appointments with ad- ministration officials for over the creative energies of youth. - We are responsible for the following changes in HFIW structure: Youth membership on HEW public advisory boards. The n . 1 1- . 1 .. . e MW? P5 contacts. Youth interested in learning what other groups have done in such areas as curriculum reform, com- munity programs, etc. can Contact the library for in- is here to of our ac- have any be willing across to So get office is Pet'- Mr. Wade staff or get in or Mrs. have for the COI1'ie identifies any groups Phar- Unitea, the Study Special Assistant for Student Affairs Office of Youth and Student Affairs Room 5728, HEW North Building CHESS CLUB Q . H - ,M M. Hs' ig 41 Q 'R'-R:.QSl,.-Wm w,,R,.,R new A if MR. IOEL ANDREWS ADVISOR ROBBIE LYLES DIRECTOR or 'Fin 1 CHORUS QM 44 K TALENT SHGW BAVIERE STAFF E vi ti EDITOR jackie Gibbs F 1 U Il U H v Si S K ,. f. i n f i f f l ,Rx xy!-xyg ANNUAL STAFF JA Copy Editor - Debra Whaley X X-Qs. Business Manager - Sandra Clamp 47 Layout Manager - Glenda Hicks Advisor - V.C. Webster 5 I - li'll ' 'I '-'S ...-, -IL - I - ' BUSINESS -P CRAFTPALLIED HEALTH-,ENGINEERING -gg 'sw I EX, ff ig. Wveg x WS ' i 'ffvef , W ! 5 V ., 2 . 1 E: R ' -, wt jaw 5 ,ajmm . W Q55 l,,i53Eq'gff yi J Q , PM 'fffi-X ,, ' iff Q4-, Jff' I N e Q -. Y QA.. -, ' s , , .3?.4e,sX Q Q , """':M , Q . 4 x .f,h 'sf' g -.1 ' -N: 'Q fe ' ' Me. L f I Les 1 M Q. 'WJ x , 'X .. 5 f- 5- sv, A, ' - 4 gl, 4 Ri A X K' ' - '- x ,: y Q' 5 1: X " LQ 9' Q X Q , 1 X , 5 T A , ,av 5 GE E RA L EDUCATI0 vxtv-S gg XN5 uxswmx GENERAL EDUCATIQN 'umm-s...,,MW X General Education Division The General Education Division bf Florence-Darlington TEC is a service division, structured to undergird the one and two-year programs of the other divisions. The five departments within the division provide courses in related subjects necessary to the student in his efforts to attain maximum success in his career field and in his practice of good citizenship. The English Department seeks to develop the student's communicative skills through English courses which provide instruction in the use of good English in writing and speaking. It also provides instruction in report-writing tech- niques for students entering technical, business, craft and other semi-professional areas. The student's understand- ing of basic sciences is furthered through comprehensive courses in physics, chemistry, etc. in the Physical Science Department. The Mathematics Department strengthens the student's mathematical skills in a broad curriculum ranging from basic arithmetic procedures through calculus. The Social Science Department deals with development of the student's social skills and economic understanding through courses in human relations, psychology, and economics. The Developmental Studies Department offers a non-credit program which lasts for three quarters. Its aim is to improve speech, listening skills, comprehension, and mathematical abilities. There is also extensive study in current events, the Constitution and in local, state and world geography. The three primary areas of study are Developmental English, Developmental Mathematics, and Developmental Social Science. GENERAL EDUCATION 5 Ulu 52 'W 1 1 X75 1 ' GE ERAL EDUCATION ' W -.W I , i i W M 'Y 5 gan fx P- ll' b Q I xl in it iz BT , A N an... Q' 'Qx A , 3 ,- rx WST ,.h., QQ 4- 53 BUSINESS Business Administration Business Administration prepares a student for a vast number of jobs in the business field. The student graduates with an associate degree. He is capable of recognizing the changes taking place in the academic and business world and applying his knowledge and abilities to these changes. A career in business, industry or government is open to the stu- dent upon completion of the training. Some of the specific areas open are in real estate, insurance, accounting, and retail and wholesale sales. Secretarial Science Secretarial Science is atwo-year program leading to an Associate Degree. This course provides instruction in skill sub- jects such as typewriting and shorthand. lt also provides instruction in the expanded areas of business such as econom- ics and general business. There are four options that are available to the student entering this curriculum. The student may choose to go into the medical, legal, engineering, or executive secretarial areas. Data Processing Upon completion of this two-year curriculum the student is familiar with the various concepts of data processing and is capable of illustrating a multiplicity of computer applications. He is capable of building himself in areas beyond programming. The student is introduced to the general purpose high speed electronic computer as a versatile and powerful instru- ment for problem-solving and data processing. An Associate Degree is received upon satisfactory completion. NV' Wm 'fslww if -aum, ,6 A mg .. .,, xg xv US NESS .bw an T I, '--Iliff-' --sn. ..-0' ,W 1 -1,55 aff, f I f iS4f7V'1f Y ' HWY' 0 1" 9f!Ws:f -, 5 W W ,vw '5' 7 wwwydf -5 Qx 1 X fs . 4 f' 51.135 x 1 L P - .1- ,v' fi ,f f ,ww 1 1 1 1 'li BUSINESS .X ,. zyayx o .,.. . , ,, .za M -Q xy v ' 3.4 iii, , .- S Q 9, . F1 J , Q. , ---vm:-annual' ,F ,fr 'flu' www, "lf fl' 452. ., 4:4 .:..,, Jn-....., 'Q" 1 S. ' Q ., , ,iw ia J N .S S I E X fy ., 'rv'- XJ J, J I ,"'xT"'f-We X vwgw S Q i ,QS Q X 4 CRAFT Air-Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating This one-year program leads to a rewarding career in a rapidly growirag industry. Today it seems necessary toghave air- conditionin in homes, offices, hotels, theaters, and many ot er bull ings. The student receives instruction in theory and ractici work in refrigeration and air-conditioning. He studies electrical machinery, mathematics, and other re- latetljcourses. The fields available to the graduate are sa es, planning, installing, operating and maintaining all types of heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration equipment. Aircraft Mechanic A person entering this program may look forward to a career of many opportunities. He will be well-prepared to use his theoretical as well as manual skil s, in jobs such as servicing and testing of the Airframe and Power-plant units Dur . h. , . ing t is program the student s main Interest will fall upon the thorough and conscientious completion of all assigned practica projects. just a few of the careers the graduate may enter are apprentice airframe mechanic, A 81 P licensed mechanic, and aircraft inspector. Automotive Mechanic Technicians of automotive mechanics are of reat importance to this world of toda . Upon completion of this curricu- lum he has attained a knowledge of more egicient and better designed automobiles. He has a vast understandin of why failures occur and how to correct them, and how to carry out preventive maintenance. A graduate is qualifiedgfor many fields related to the automotive industry. Diesel Mechanic This 'is a one-year program in which a graduate ma enter into a very skilled career. He is ca able of f h D I 2' A per ormin igh quality diesel maintenance work in the passenger, reight transportation, and agricultural fields. Since the dieseFpow- er plant has made such great progress in almost all phases of the farm and transportation industry, many job opportun- ities will be open in this field. Industrial Electronics Industrial Electronics is a one-year curriculum which includes training in the technical and related sciences, training in written and oral communication, and special training in areas such as generation electrical circuit theory and ap lica- . . , ' , P tion, transformers, industrial electronic apparatus, and others. A graduate of this program is prepared to work in pro- duction or as maintenance, project and control technicians, electrical equipment sales tec nicians and many other jobs. Machine Shop A student entering this curriculum will be exposed to a combination of textbook and hands-on operations relative to machines and machine tools. While performing these operations the student is given technical information ertainin P S to them. Duringlhis onegfear of training the student works on machines and machine tools, such as bench work, as- sembly layout, s aper an inspection. Radio and Televison Mechanic A erson well trained in Radio and Television Mechanics is bound for a rewardin field. There is, es eciall now, a P , , A , , , 3 P Y great demand for trained persons in this field. In this one-year curriculum the student learns the fundamentals and experiments with different devices. Upon satisfactory completion of the program the student may hold ositions such d. . f as ra io repairman, audio, stereo and television technician.Tl19 Radio and Television Mechanic's Feld is rapidly expanding. Tool and Die A student enrolled inTool and Die accumulates much skill over a period of only one year. He must have a broad knowledge of mathmatics, drafting - blueprint reading, physics and science of metallurgy. His knowledge of a ma- chine- shop must be very sound upon .entering the program.. A student becomes very skilled in the use of different machines and instruments. Many special productive mechanisms are built by the Tool and Die student. Some of the occupations a student could enter u o at' f I ' ' ' i manufacturing process technicians. p n s is actory comp etion are tool and die makers, methods technicians, and sax. t X AN. -.V-, S was! ,, , ., Q S, Max K I ff- .. .X M , , N. is ev. ss "X, t ' 'yy ,fr .... W 3 ,K i H ., -N,ii,.l:,,5 el.. -x N, . . , X 1 ' tffvff -"t H9 t 1 . Sh W s ,f Q ' we Xxx N' fi.. ' YL K ' 3 ' ' at M- -tx 'r .' A 9, ,gpg a ""' 11 . RS ' Hn .., if ,,-I. as V. 'UWM , .QK Q. Quai f, I f ww f 2269 Z E f f E Zag xg it M.. CRAFT is M fl? Q- .M-ws ,W- QW X ,vi X , es X H X u HS . wi 05 aw x aswaw X W, , . ,, mesii' 61 4..mml!hw --1-eu. - . 5 1 i 1 3 1 Z CRAFT --.A Ui pau a C 4 1 1 1 Y ,,-, , V I J if X 1 f C. 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Radiologic Technology This is a two-year program in which a student can earn an associate degree. During most of his first year, the student's time is divided between the center and the hospital. Most of his time is spent in the X-ray department at the hospital during his second year. The student is rotated in various rooms of this department performing duties such as position- ing patients for examination and taking x-rays. An education in living as well as learning is obtained by the student in X-ray. . 8, , .- 3 iffwt 7 -' A . ' : . X, f i s U f ' 'i'i t fi V , Q3 v it , t-St fi N V+ , 4 3 5- , - N3 6 IX t P . - W X ., Q Q . ts ,, W Q 3 X X hx 'I x 1, + if A A ,tx If 9' RWM Vx 'K 's ' X S ' 3, gi V s Q it E :S Qs Q , Wav, S 'ts . X .sm ii X -. XS' 1 :f . . X vu fs., . M fi Nts A iss. Y- ' . - N "K, if? . tt ix, 2 Skit. is , Qi ng 2' SMX N f I , l Wei... I-.2 HEALTH 66 I ,f i . 0 .T I ' . ff? Vw -if Ll' I HEALTH - ' sy :fig z, K OHM fir: . ur .su ga Q Y 'C H . X. My ,f ' U A M , ,Q , A 'A X W V . .,,,,1.-.: 4.- -ends' ay .-,b - f ,, " S C K' fi 5 . M Q 3 5 Y 1 fakuwm 67 ,ji 1' r 5' 1 I, TECHNQLQGIES Agri-Business Technology This program is designed to help students acquire knowledge, understanding, and ability in the broad field of agricul- tural business, including agricultural production. It combines knowledge of agriculture with business training to pre- pare the graduate for many of the varied employment opportunities in agriculture. Upon graduation an individual should qualify for jobs such as salesman or store manager in farm supply stores, agricultural field serviceman, sales- man, demonstrator or plant manager of feed and food companies, farm products inspector, salesman, or office man- agers of farm products marketing firms. tAgronomyl Agriculture Technology In this course the student will be given an adequate background in farm administration with a special emphasis on field crops. He will study the individual crops including varieties, adaptations, and methods of handling and process- ing. He will also study soil management, weed and insect control, farm machinery, marketing, and farmstead mechanizations. Civil Engineering Technology This is a two-year program which produces a well-rounded graduate. He is capable in any type of Civil Engineering Technology field. Upon completion of this program he may become a surveyor or a construction man. He may work on buildings, hydroelectric projects, airports, and sewage and water supplies. The graduate accumulates knowledge of methods and equipment used in heavy engineering construction and of practical applications of construction con- tracts. Civl Engineering prepares a student for many challenging jobs. Drafting and Design Technology Basic principles of Drafting and Designing are acquired by a student in this two-year program. The Draftsman-Design- er is an important link between engineering and manufacturing. He may often advance into much higher positions. Drafting room experience and related academic subjects are included in this program. With no problem, a graduate is capable of completing a drafting and design assignment of varying complexity with little instruction. Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology The student studies electric circuits and machinery. He learns the fundamentals of electronic control circuits and ser vo-systems. In addition, he learns to design linkage, gear trains and cams, and he studies fluid mechanics so that he understands both the electronic and mechanical design of control systems. The graduate of this program may expect to be involved in many areas of development, design, manufacture, operation, and maintenance of automatic controls systems. Industrial Engineering Technology The graduate of Industrial Engineering is ready to compete for many positions. He has accumulated over a period of two years the principles and practices of industrial engineering and industrial management. In almost every phase of factory planning and operation Industrial Engineering Technicians are found. lust a few of the many positions open are technical sales positions, positions in transportation, and positions in hospitals and in private business. l A ,,.,,,.. ,.,, V ff-t- X -"" ""' 'WMM V I TECHNCJLOGIES J E Q. ,E .:,: .L,,1 X ,, f f A ' is f 2 1 I" 4 ,ff ? '49 2 1 E ag 1 fx 'C' fm' W, Y , : ff' E , -A , l l I f M,-f"" f if I uw l44? hu.. Jaw 55531531 QQQDQQQ I 9 Q.- ! Q 1 I U 1 . W I M. f b K JW' U af". 'pg' , I: 911. 'AH-:QM v N-lzfq-1-my A W vijwgs, -?'f,,s5v1:'43q " VM 4.1 g"fl,'l vii ' . x YY my 1 iq. Fi, . ,ff --mm hun l 2 7' TECHNOLOGIES f Na -N, EVENING DIVISICDN Evening School For the working adult who wants to better himself, Evening School offers a great opportunity. Courses are selected through the studying and surveying of the business, industrial, and agricultural communities. These courses are de signed to answer all sorts of needs and satisfy varying interest. The student of the Evening School may enroll for cours es ranging from those of a personal interest nature, to those involving professional up-dating, to those providing credit toward an associate degree. The Evening School is living evidence that learning is indeed a never-ending process fu ,EZ 05000- 4, X fwfmwhd ,wtf . f 46h ' , .woneqrnglsl f V ,.,,NM,.MQ3 Z b ,, ,,,,, Q ' , yi A L ,S ,.,:,, f.,. . . , ., '4 ' ' " l ,. , ,, , , I .. V. W sf-qww ' 5' .W I 0, A. A A f , .Wx . A naman V A,g.,,i . .5 Q . ,V I , 1,24 mug.: l ' 3, ,A . ,, - A ,Q , 4 , My ww Jaw ' -, ? W , M Wi.. V- , V, , f , ,, 4:Y.Q..wMi +- ? Q x EVENING DIVISIGN -mwnnlllnr'-"""f"'q'W 74 J' w.. nk -'G 353, A. :if W, gay, 1, fb.. 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Blackmon Electro-Mechanical Technology ll james Blackmon Agronomy II David Blackwell Industrial Engineering Technology II SENIORS 80 ,,-rf" SENIORS TNQ 81 Bernie L. Boston Tool and Die II john V. Braddock Drafting ll Marilyn Bradford Business Administration ll Dennis W. Britt Electro-Mechnical Technology ll Wallace Brockington Drafting ll Freddie Brown Business Administration ll Mary A. Brown Business Administration II Suzanne Brown Secretarial Science Il Daniel Calhoun Industrial Engineering Technology Il Donald Calhoun Industrial Engineering Technology II Thomas L. Campbell Tool 81 Die Margaret Canty Secretarial Science II SENIORS 82 ip., Q nr' , E Q- iss ! ' ' ' " ' Q. l '-1: ' i dwg,-S Q ' A A 9 + if E V ,M if .gzg S, '.,. Y 'wiailnfif 'g 'Qi N SENIORS 'UYW7' 83 Boyd L. Capps Data Processing ll Sandra A. Clamp Secretarial Science ll Charles Clinton Drafting ll Harry F. Cocxrieru Electro-Mechanical Technology ll Edward Coe Tool 81 Die james Coe Business Administration I Linda Collins Secretarial Science ll R, Stanley Collum Aircraft Mechanics Il Rose Copeland Secretarial Science ll Linder Cunningham Civil Engineering Technology Il Pam Dean Secretarial Science II Denise Derringer Secretarial Science Il Q-za ff T7-' vm, , AMW? . f W?f'lf f f SENIORS HPWPY' f , S , , Xl X 7, - r ,Nc I, V: f my X , CU' 4 jig. . r ' , f f -an 4 w ."1-New .C Jw 7 .M X --,yr u1"..ka-W ki, , W 1 las ,Ni ,,. .mil ' in f S L:z,f44Ww,?HwE I . ye , ,, S ff-,f'-gfggfe ., , Q If lilly if can . J i,.f a ff if if -" ' ' ' " - , - . . ., .., W vw! 4 K , 57.-Vic' QW! ww ge! X y f -oi l A l 5 i 84 l Q. 5 W f 1 71 l it isa? was b A 4 l , ,Q , l- 1 .lA'fsv,,k, WW -, i ws? 4. ga, , Wg! ,,, K .t sw. W 'Q , FQ, 'X' 'fm W. 4 ,Q 5 41 Vi l ll i E . --' ' r is .2 Q if . 5 .V f , I , ,": is - R A X 1 I J F' at M li 'I' 1. A - f 5 7 W 6 X .Y A, H ,4 My .344 abil' .X by 1-r ,ff 3- - f if 'F I .lf -nfi.,., ,aiwljj '-I ' Q- r' f "1 , .f Lf" .. 21, f' if' Am if S 'T ,N-asv! ,r - lf' "' ""v--, ..,. if f' 11. ,ff , Q , ,, l l , l SENIORS 85 Edgar P.T. Dozier, jr. Business Administration Il Steve Duke Business Administration ll Susan Dusen bu ry Aircraft Mec. ll Henry T. Edens Data Processing ll Frank Edwards Industrial Electronic Technology ll Ann Evans Secretarial Science ll Willie Evans, jr. Tool and Die Il Stephen G. Floyd Agriculture Technology ll Daniel M. Foxworth Aircraft Mec. ll 1errilynnFreemen Business Administration ll Ruby M. Gainey Data Processing Il Frank M. Caster Electro-Mechanical Technology ll Ellen George Secretarial Science ll jackie Gibbs Secretarial Science II Doris Gleason Secretarial Science II Connie Graham Secretarial Science II SENIORS ,f gt, Aiwa if W' is J, 949: wuz. . , 'RA TN 86 Q s it .t SENIORS l 87 Danny B. Graham Tool 84 Die David M. Graham Aircraft Mechanics ll Rupert A. Grazy lr. Agronomy Technology ll Arthur C. Gregg lr. Civil Engineering Technology ll Delinda Griggs Secretarial Science ll Lethea Gurley Secretarial Science ll Laura M. Hayleu Civil Engineering Technology II Larry Haynes Industrial Electronics Technology II Thomas W. Herring Data Processing ll Glenda Hicks Secretarial Science ll Charles Hinson Civil Engineering Technology ll Cherie Hinson Business Administratration ll Danny Ray Hodge Tool and Die ll Ronald D. Hoffmeyer Agronomy II David S. Hoffmeyer Data Processing ll William L. Hogsed Aircraft Mechanics Shirley Ann Hooks Business Administration II Michael A. Hopkins Business Administration II Mike Horne Tool and Die Gerald Hunter Industrial Engineering Technology ll c X SENIORS -s-. - x X nr-4 88 V as l - I' n'.j- .Y- ,a-J' Boyd Huggins Agronomy ll Thomas P. Hutto Aircraft Mechanics ll Mike jacobs Business Administration Il Deborah james Business Administration ll Louis E. jernigan Civil Engineering Technology II Debbie johnson Secretarial Science jimmyjones Business Administration Il William M. jones Civil Engineering Technology ll Andrew jordan Tool and Die LaRae jordan Secretarial Science ll Haroldette King Secretarial Science ll Debra Kirby Secretarial Science ll SENIORS -1 I u 12,94 'LZ X 1 fm... J :nag X ,R . cf C im. f'l S du I " W E '- 1 fi fx, f ex 5,5-. xhu' 'YY'-Q., -1 " ...W --........ mg...-I-qu. 'lla-f r""""" t,.,-f-'- M.- 90 n Hush SENIORS X 4 91 Georgia Kirby Secretarial Science ll Mark A. Lampert Tool and Die Donna S. Langston Data Processing ll Bonnie Leach Secretarial Science ll Charlene Lowery Secretarial Science Il Jessie Mae McCall Business Administration ll Steven W. McCall Data Processing II Eleanor McCray Secretarial Science Il Brenda McKay Secretarial Science Il john McShorter Industrial Electronic Technology ll Luci Matthews Secretarial Science ll Billy R. Melton Agriculture Technology ll Charlene Middleton Secretarial Science ll Carl Miller Aircraft Mec. ll james E. Milliren Business Administration Il Stephen L. Mishoe Data Processing Il Debbie Montgomery Secretarial Science ll Harry G. Moody Aircraft Mec. ll David L. Morris Tool and Die ll Leon T. Morris Civil Engineering ll SENIORS 93 Larry Myers Civil Engineering II Betty A. Nelson Secretarial Science ll Willie Nettles Business Adminsitration II Otis Nowlin lr. Agriculture Technology ll Pat O'Neal Secretarial Science ll Richard A. Osman Aircraft Mec. il john P. Owens Tool and Die Tommy Owens Industrial Electronic Technology ll Richard A. Page Business Administration II john Parks Drafting ll Geraldine Parsons Secretarial Science Il Alphonzo Pettigrew Electro-Mechanical Technology ll N ORS 94 SENIORS 95 Faye Poston Secretarial Science II loye Poston Secretarial Science ll Lewis Pawloski Drafting II lodi Ragland Secretarial Science ll Curtis S. Redden Business Administration II Kenneth W. Reynolds Business Adminstration Il lo Ann Rogers Secretarial Science ll Ellen Rowell Secretarial Science ll David W. Russell Agriculture Technology II Donna Salinsky Secretarial Science ll David K. Sansbury Electro-Mechanical Technology ll Randy Scott Drafting Il jackie Seegars Secretarial Science Il jimmy M. Shelley Business Administration ll Barbara Sherman Secretaria Science ll Perry Simon Industrial Electronic Technology ll Dale Smith Drafting ll loyce Smith Secretarial Science ll Robert W. Smith Electro-Mechanical Technology ll Teresa Steinhauser Secretarial Science Il SENIORS ,l -r-gg' 'f I 96 'W t 'k..,n"'. MW' SENIORS 97 Lorene Stewart Secretarial Science ll Robert E. Strickland Agriculture Technology ll Sandra I. Strickland Business Administration ll Richard C. Taylor Business Administration II Wanda Tedder Secretarial Science II Danny Thompson Civil Engineering Technology ll Suzanne Thompson Secretarial Science ll Connie F. Timmons Business Administration ll Rusty A. Timmons Electro-Mechanical Technology II S. Allen Turbeville Business Administration ll jerry L. Tyler Business Administration Il Gerald C. Wachowski Civil Engineering Technology II Donald Watford Business Administration ll Michael Watford Industrial Engineering Technology II Ronald Watford Business Administration ll Allen G. Watts Business Administration ll SENIORS Wawfof 98 SENIORS 99 t , ,Q 1, Brenda Weatherford Secretarial Science ll john H. Whittington Aircraft Mec. ll Pecola Williams Secretarial Science ll Clifton L. Williamson Tool and Die Il Ronald C. Williamson Electro-Mechanical Technology II William D. Woodward Tool and Die Il Thomas H. Young Tool and Die Il Freshmen Pat Adams Business Administration joseph B. Allen Drafting Monnie Anderson Business Administration Beth Ashly Secretarial Science Troy Abraham Drafting Alice Adam Business Administration Danny Ard Business Administration Dorothy Ard Dental Assistant Charles W. Arthur Radio and T.V. Mec. Peggy M. Andrews Secretarial Science I Henry N. Aumon Electro-Mechanical Technology I Michael Anthony Electro-Mechanical I 100 i,s! NX Freshmen Sharon Baltenbach Business Administration jennifer Barfield Secretarial Science Lanie M. Barfield Dental Assistant Mclver W. Atkinson Agriculture Technology I Michael C. Atkinson Business Administration I Glenn Ballard Business Administration I Larry Bacote Machine Shop Kenneth M. Barr Electro-Mechanical Technology Thomas Barr Industrial Technology Sharon A. Barker Business Administration I Sylvia Barker Business Administration I Edwin F. Baroody Industrial Electronic Technology I 101 Carolyn A. Bernard Secretarial Science I Willie Berry Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating I David C. Bethea Aircraft I Freshmen Cindy M. Bazen Secretarial Science I Anne B. Beasley Secretarial Science I Roger W. Beaver Drafting and Design I J I Clyde Brooks Auto Mechanics David Broome Diesel Mechanics Betty jean Brown Secretarial Science I 4 Irene Bines Clerk Steno Howard B. Boatwright Business Administration I Renee G. Bristow Secretarial Science I 102 Freshmen Elbert D. Bullard, lr. Radio and Television Mechanics I james N. Burton Aircraft Mechanics I john Henry Byrd Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating I Georgia Brown Secretarial Science I Michael N. Brown Electro-Mechanical Technology I Robert Brown Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I Lewis D. Carter Industrial Engineering Technology I Rosa Carter Secretarial Science I Emily Clark Data Processing I Miriam D. Carroway Secretarial Science I Barbara Carter Clerk Steno Lavan Carter Radio and Television Mechanics 103 s ,ax Freshmen john Coe Machine Shop Warren Coker Diesel Mechanics I May L. Cooper Secretarial Science I james Cleveland Radio and T.V. Mec. Robert A. Coak Radio and T.V. Mec. Ellen Coe Secretarial Science I fs lr l Willie C. Cox Agriculture Technology I jackie Coxwell Clerk Stenographer Gloria Crawford Secretarial Science l Faye S. Corn Secretarial Science I Mary C. Courie Secretarial Science I Linda Courtney Dental Assistant 104 Freshmen Ian Cumber Secretarial Science I Lavern Cusack Auto Mechanics I Deloris Damon Secretarial Science I Raymond Daniels Machine Shop I David L. Daugherty Drafting and Design I Helen Davis Secretarial Science I 1"""'9' Ebby Cross Clerk Stenographer David Cuffie Business Administration I Barbara Morris Secretarial Science I E i I Mattie Damon Secretarial Science I Penny Damon Secretarial Science I Luke Daniels, lr. Agricultural Technology I Freshmen Ronnie M. Davis Auto Mechanics I Sylvester L. Davis Auto Mechanics I Thomas S. Davis Business Administration I john C. Davis Air Condition, Refrigeration and Heating I Lavan D. Davis Business Administration I Mack A. Davis Radio and T.V. Mechanics I Edna Dickey Secretarial Science I james Dixon Business Administration I Andrew 1. Dolak Agricultural Technology I Robert A. Denis Industrial Engineering Technology! Edward C. Dennis Drafting and Design I Michael E. Dennis Auto Mechanics I 106 Freshmen I Mary Douglas Business Administration Susan D. Dowd Dental Assistant I Robert W. Doub Drafting and Design I Gaye E. Duke Business Administration I Cornellia Durant Dental Assistant I E. C. Durant Auto Mechanics I Deborah Edwards Secretarial Science I Grady Edwards Business Administration I joseph Edwards Air Condition, Refreigeration and Heating I Ronald 1. Elmore Electro-Mechanical Technology I Stanley Evans X-Ray 1 Barbara Ewing Secretarial Science I 107 I I Freshmen Wesley Folsom, Ir. Diesel Mechanics I Harold Ford Business Administration Debbie L. Formyduval Secretarial Science I Devan Erving Industrial Electronic Technology I Arletha Fling Secretarial Science I Terry C. Floyd Air Condition, Refrigeration and Heating Lee W. Furr Civil Engineering Technology I Nancy R. Candy Secretarial Science I lacquelyn R. Gaines Secretarial Science I Doris E. Frank Secretarial Science Connie Freeman Clerk Stenographer George L. Frick Electro Mechanical Technology 108 Freshmen Richard Gibson Radio and T.V. Mechanics I Patsy Given Clerk Stenographer George Godfrey Auto Mechanics Dan W. Gaddy Diesel Mechanics Ernestine Galloway Clerk Stenographer L. Whitt Gibbons Agriculture Technology is 9' joe Graham Business Administration Peter E. Graham Diesel Mechanics Billy Grantham Business Administration john Goff Business Administration Robert Goff Machine Shop Billy E. Graham Agriculture Technology 109 Freshmen Kenneth E. Gunter Civil Engineering Technology I Kathy G. Grantham Secretarial Science I Paulette W. Gray Secretarial Science I Bobby G. Gray Electro Mechanical Technology Helen E. Gregg Dental Assistant Patricia Gregg Clerk Stenographer wav-aww Sybil Grover Secretarial Science I Linda Haney Secretarial Science I Charles D. Ham Air Condition, Refrigeration and Heating Virginia Dale Grey Secretarial Science I Carolyn Grice Secretarial Science I loyce Grice Secretarial Science I 110 Freshmen David Hanna Business Administration I Cary E. Hammond Diesel Mechanics I Lois E. Hancock Secretarial Science Della Ann Ham Business Administration I Piney Hamilton X-Ray I Eddie Hamlin Diesel Mechanics Leon Harrell X-Ray I Betty 1. Harrelson Dental Assistant Terry Harrelson Drafting and Design LeVeta Hardee Data Processing I Lynda Harmon Secretarial Science Deborah L. Harper Dental Assistant 111 -4051-QA Freshmen 19-1 johnny Hatchell Business Administration I Emma L. Hickey Secretarial Science I Shirle Hickman X-Ray I Martha Haselden Clerk Stenographer Barbara L. Hastings Secretarial Science I George C. Hatchell Business Administration I Beverly Ann Hill Secretarial Science I Charlton Hill Radio and T.V. Mechanics I Linda A. Hill Secretarial Science I Susan D. Hicks Secretarial Science I john A. Hickson Business Administration I Barbara F. Hill Secretarial Science I Freshmen Baxter Howle Diesel Mechanics I james R. Howle Business Administration Roland H. Hucks Auto Mechanics I Lynda Hill Secretarial Science jacob Holmes Auto Mechanics I Karen Henderson Data Processing I Eva jackson Secretarial Science I Patsy jackson Clerk Stenographer Ethel A. james Dental Assistant Harry Huggins Machine Shop I james E. Hutchinson Business Administration I Charles Hyett Business Administration I 113 Freshmen Beth j. johnson Secretarial Science I Cary A. johnston Civil Engineering Technology I Dolly T. johnson Secretarial Science I Bobby jamison Aircraft Mechanics I Herbert A. jeffords Air Condition, Refrigeration and Heating Kristy jeffords Secretarial Science I QM Willie johnson Auto Mechanics Billie jones Clerk Stenographer Deborah jones Secretarial Science Kenneth A. johnson Civil Engineering Technology I Sylvia johnson X-Ray Thomas A. johnson Aircraft Mechanics I 114 Freshmen William C. Keefe Civil Engineering Technology I Harold Keefe Data Processing I Martha Kinlaw Secretarial Science I Mike T. jones Radio and T.V. Mechanics Fanny Ketter Secretarial Science I Barbara Kelly X-Ray Thomas R. King Drafting and Des james Kinsaul Data Processing I David Lampert Data Processing I ign A fi I ati .. Steve Kimry Business Administration I Ginger Ann King Drafting and Design I Randy G. King Drafting and Design I 115 Freshmen jimmy C. Langston Diesel Mechanics Shiela Leatherman Business Administration Barbara E. Lee Dental Assistant lane Lane Clerk Steno Larry Lane Data Processing james L. Langston Business Administration Van Lloyd Business Administration l jonnie L. Lowder Dental Assistant Donald L. Lyons Civil Engineering Technology l Rose Mary Lemmond Secretarial Science Blondell Lighty Secretarial Science Patricia Livingston X-Ray 116 Freshmen f iessie Mae Major Business Administration jimmy Martin Business Administration Roy Martin Business Administration 2 I lacquelyn MacDonald Dental Assistant Flora N. Mack Secretarial Science Larry Mack Machine Shop Edward McCall Radio 8: T.V. Mechanics john W. McCall Agronomy Technology losiah R. McClain Electro-mechanical Technology 117 Thelma Martin Secretaria Science Frankie W. Mason Dental Assistant Frankie McCaskill Secretarial Science I Freshmen iff' 'k.....J Wallace S. 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Moody Aircraft Mechanics 451 119 Freshmen Janis Parrott Secretarial Science I Sharon Morrison Secretarial Science I Gene R. Mozingo Auto Mechanics I Wanda S. Moody Business Administration I Carl V. Moore Civil Engineering Technology I Don T. Moore Agriculture Technology I Ernest Nettles Business Administration I john Norton Diesel Mechanics Buddy Norwood Drafting and Design I ' 4 l I Kathryn L. Muldrow Dental Assistant Nancy Murphy Clerk Stenographer Paul M. Nagaard Aircraft Mechanics I 120 Freshmen Billy M. Oliver Civil Engineering Technology I Kenneth Padgett Machine Shop Willie M. Page Drafting and Design I Robert Norwood Diesel Mechanics I Dale Owens Business Administr Bonnie E. O'NeaI Dental Assistant ation I Lynn Parnell Secretarial Science I Anne Pawley Secretarial Science I David I. Parsons Aircraft Mechanics I Ioye Page Secretarial Science I Richard V. Pait Business Administration I john A. 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Powell Auto Mechanics jackie Price Business Administration Vernon Purvis Business Administration Barbara Ann Quick Secretarial Science Earl Quick Business Administration 123 l I Freshmen Robert Rich Business Administration Kenneth Ricks Data Processing Charles D. Rodgers Auto Mechanics Sandy Redden Clerk Steno Anne Reynolds Secretarial Science Rolanda Richardson X-Ray lanet Rogers Business Administration l janet F. Rogers Secretarial Science l Almeta Ross Secretarial Science I Debbie Rogers Business Administration Eddie Rogers Radio 84 T.V. Mechanics james C. Rogers Agronomy Technology is . 52- 124 , Leroy Scarborough Radio and T.V. Mechanics Frederick Schafer Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and Heating Hattie Scipio Secretarial Science Janet Severance Dental Assistant Edward Shelley Diesel Mechanics Bryan N. Sherrill Aircraft Mechanics Debbie 1. Rowell Secretarial Science Deborah K. Rushing SecretarialScience Everett H. Sauls Drafting and Design Ernie Scurry Agronomy Chris Seagars Dental Assistant Perry B. Sellers, lr. Electro-Mechanical Technology I I l Freshmen M. Linda Snipes Secretarial Science I Billy Spivey Industrial Electronic Technology I Don Spencer Machine Shop Sherry L Small Secretarial Science I Ronald Skipper Data Processing I Mendell E Smith jr Civil Engineering Technology I Susan E. Steele Secretarial Science I David T. Stevens Drafting and Design Gail E. Stewart Secretarial Science I f? s Q? f Z Afqe, , gg f Q1 V, 'Q Al Squire Business Administration I Freddie Squire Air Conditioning and Refrigeration and Heating Robert W Stackhouse Drafting and Design I 126 s I Rowland Street Business Administration I Carla D. Stubbs Secretarial Science I Patricia A. Summerford Secretarial Science I Frances Thomas Secretarial Science I A. Louise'Thompson Dental Assistant Elaine Timmons Clerk Stenographer Wayne D. Stewart Radio and T.V. Mechanics Alice M. Stone Secretarial Science Charles E. Streater Drafting and Design Howard M. Sweat Drafting and Design Thomas G. Talbert Drafting and Design james L. Taylor Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating 1- I I I ic. Freshmen Martha E. Turner Secretarial Science I Vicky Turner Secretarial Science I james E. Usher Radio and T. V. Mechanics Larry Timmons Civil Engineering Technology I Tommy C. Tumblin Drafting and Design I Glenn D. Turner Agriculture Technology I Dianna L. Warren Dental Assistant Wanda D. Watkins Dental Assistant Franklin Watts Civil Engineering Technology David L. Vice Auto Mechanics I Arthur L. Wallace Business Administration I johnny L. Walters Business Administration I thy 128 Freshmen Barbara L. Welch Dental Assistant Roger Welch Business Administration I Deborah A. Whaley Business Administration I Patti L. Watts Dental Assistant Bruce Weatherford Business Administration I Glenn D. Weaver Civil Engineering Technology I Barbara Wiggins Secretarial Science I Tony Wilds Data Processing I Charles I. 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