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

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Yi x'r Y I qqhv.. V -v "if--.nuff ammmmmmmmm Property of TATE COMNHTTEE FOR S TECHNYCN. EDUCATXOH no., FDTCJQL C' 91f01efNe.s'.p,4 ,QUNGQ7 Z' yz0xifivfiNJ6y4L 60475565 , scum g,,,g0mm 'S 190' ...ff I' im :ui , 1 4 i ff' ul I :MQ D, Killian L ' , .L N i, , l sd qdtlllllf' 'U' -is if .1 i .7 APPR 6.711 C70 For her relentless enthusiasm, for all the long hours she spent on virtually every aspect of compiling this year- book, and especially for the many personal sacrifices that she has made, we, the yearbook staff, would like to express our deepest appreciation to Miss Susan Laughter. ln recalling past events, we distinctly remember her organizing, planning, and even arranging transportation for our trip to JOSTEN'S yearbook workshop in Myrtle Beach. After that, many events followed in rapid succession, and although these are far too many to enumerate, some of themore unforgettable events were: Susan's working with us for many long hours in an effort to identify student class pictures in time for the first deadline, and then working until past midnight for several nights so that the publisher would receive the required number of pages on time, Susan's working with our editor for hours on end in planning, checking details and dis- cussing possible problems with up-coming deadlines, and especially Susan's composure, even during times of crisis. 5 For these and many other reasons we would like to say, however inadequately, "Thank you, Susan Laughter." l ww of VJSJONI I 4' W: I. , F. ,Av N Y , V K , ff " 4 'f ,,,,.., 11 p' Q i g K5 J ff ' I, 0 J xi iff My V -D it in, 6 'S' UZIIUJJUIMYKJHS A ' x inf.. 1 .X J. - -. nA X X S 4 'F -Q i A rv. ' - -J is L' vu 'lx I :P W H W ri 6'Z7JW'U55' fi DM HWS 27164 UUA? S FIIDEW FS ADS Proud of Being a Part of the ,Cami We ,Cioe ia, the yearbook Staff Would like to Deaieate its 1976 6'aitioa to the Greater Pee Dee - to the load aaa its People . . . Q13 ,K e- 'J ' 4 DEDICATION It is a land of great variety, of unique opportunities-- because the people have made it that way. It is a modern leader in agriculture, business and in- dustry, education, government, and cultural affairs-- again, becausel the people have made it that way. Yet, the Pee Dee is also an old-fashioned land of chicken bog and barbeque, of bare feet and fishing poles, of dusty roads and wooded lots-- because the people have kept it that way. The very name Pee Dee, de- rived from the tribal name of its original Indian settlers, means something good, smart, expert, or capable. To all its citizens of past and present, who reflect these same quali- ties of goodness, we say thank you for making the Pee Dee what it is today. T f ll ' uf l ' ll' 1 i it Wi m 5- am ,V -1-"f ' ' 1 .fa-' t c 1 -fafaseilfa f , -.,ff5i'f.-: f A fl -. .- lisp? t':,'il---- - ,y,,,5i:g,:1 .. f' -"':!1 1 wt A. - .:, 1 , ' , 1- -vi--J, -,-tL:2'-L -L' Ha: ' i'f f . "iiwL1-hifi?" ' , -'?'!?l'iYf3k"i TflfwG.fi1 1 " ,ufa:25f?+Xg. , ' 'zwu f i -i. lm 5-1-1 . t ,U ,.i ,,,i.,, i ,VV W., , 4 -4- - 1 -A ,- ..1r::f. ,,l3,f,.A.,f,-t,,-mx-1 , exif mf.-J 2 Q--,E :y'3t':'rf' 54.1111-aaa Jwirfiiiy' 1 1 f' iili' 'H '....ii?flf1sE!fiQS-.L-HEYWtffnfi Aff I f 'iii 1 ' .qv J - 1 itz- fm. , LEFT TO RIGHT: Christ Episcopal Church Florence Town Hall A.C.L. Passenger Station Henry Timrod Schoolhouse DEDICATION 5 ,C 0016 ING 13,4 616 at llesler- day . . . at llesrerdafs Ilester- day . . . and the Day Before Chat . . . and Even the llear Hefere Ura! . . . and ,411 the lfester llears Before Caddy . . IVlany of the town names in the Pee Dee also have very inter- esting origins, such as: BIRCH - nearby birch trees CA MPBELL'S BRIDGE - Campbell F . amily CA RTERSVILLE - Carter family, c. 1736 CENTENARY - Centenary Methodist Church, c. 1839 DARLINGTON - town of Darlington, England, or for Col. Darlington of the Revolutionary War DILLON - J.W. Dillon, Irishman -who helped start Wilson Short Cut, RR FLORENCE - Miss Florence Harllee, 1 2,4 " vit- ' we n , K A ,-,,,4 d , - A - L r Q . l MW '-rw " 'M ' mf' we 1 Q " I Q' 5',,:'z,fy' . . W J I 'l Q ' "exit A r Nqcriw y A y fn QR. Dargan Street, Looking North. .,, M ' -,,',.so l lg K . 4 ,Q 1 F1 whose father was first president of the Wilmington 84 Manchester RR FLOYD DA LE - Floyd Family GRESHAM - local Baptist preacher HA MER - R.P. Hamer, Jr., prominent farmer HA RTSVILLE - Hart family KENTYRE - abbreviation of McIntyre, a local Scotch family name LAKE CITY - nearby Lake Swamp or Lake family LA MAR - originally Devil's Wood yard, renamed Mims' Crossroads, present name in honor of J.Q.C. Lamar LATTA - named for railroad official, c. 1888 LITTLE ROCK - named for large rock, originally Harlleesville for Col. Thomas H. Harllee, c. 1876 MARION - c. 1800. originally Giles- borough for Col. Hugh Giles, a Revo- lutionary War officer MA RS BLUFF - early settler by the name of Maers, pronounced Mars MULLINS - c. 18727 Col. William S. Mullins, RR president NICHO LS - A.B. Nichols, prominent businessman O LANTA - originally Beulah for near- by churchg renamed in 1909 PA LMETTO - 18715 named after pal- metto trees growing near railroad de- pot PEE DEE - nearby river RAINS - weather conditions while Sea board Air Line Railway track was being built in 1914 SELLERS - John C. Sellers, prominent farmer SOCIETY HILL - originally Long Bluff, then Greenville for Gen. Nathaniel Greene, present name from St. David's Society academy TIMMONSVILLE - 'Emmons family WINONA - originally Gibson, changed to Winona, an Indian name Source of Information - PA LMETTO PLACE NAMES. Comp. by Workers of the Writer's Program of the Work Pro- jects Administration in the State of South Carolina, 19417 rpt. The Re- print Company, 1975. . ,Q ff' 'T' ,.., LEFT TO RIGHT: Local industry Pee Dee industry Darlington Raceway 7 50016117176 ,416 OZLND at Steps, flallways, and Elassraanes . . . Banks, Vending Jlftaenines, and Parking ,Cat Stickers . . . at Water Sfanntains . . . and Pea! Cables . . . and . . . Peaple . . . 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LW ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, M ,,,,, M,W,,,W,W,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,7 ,,M,,,W,1 1 - 1 1 1- M-N' ""-A""""""A' "f' ""' """A"""""""f""' """"""""L' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 .1 1 11 1 1' 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LOOKING AROUND at air- planes, autoclaves, typewrit- ers, and stopwatcbes . . . at early morning yawns . . . and students smiling at friends . . and friends frowning at tests. over operating tables LOOKING AROUND at students front of dental chairs under cars . . . behind refrig- top of modeling ramps an erators . . . inside televisions next to tripods. . . . beside sick beds 1 F,,.1-N" I 1 I, LEFT TO RIGHT Library Lecture Changing classes K L' 0016 ING ,A HOZIND at ,411 the Opportunities Chat .Are Available to lls Caddy, at Our World Which far ,Naw .75 Hlarencc-Darliugfau C56 . . . j 1 a ' pl . v I w -W .141 - Q Many opportunities exist for the students at Florence-Dar- lington TEC, as evidenced by ever increasing enrollment and expanding facilities. Thousands of lifetime career opportunities have been born at TEC and many other careers expanded because of interest on the part of the students and the people of the Pee Dee area. ' g gt.. ...., .M -WMM Industries continue to locate near, and draw personnel from our school. Curriculums vary to meet these needs of the peo ple of the Pee Dee. WR"P'WW!pze 11 I L' 0015 ING AHEAD to the Shape af Uzings ta 601716 . . . and .Mare Modern Gadgcts . . . to Graufth . . . and Oppartuuity . . . ta the llnknaufn Huturc . . . rrmrvz FE FTF F135 12 LOOKING AHEAD to tomorrow . . . to graduation . . . and a new career . . . or a new school year . . . to a Bicentennial birthday party. 1 Q IIQiM MS J 16 ALLIED HEALTH ME' .r Duties of the Dental Assistant range from office management to chairside assistance stern lization of instruments, de veloping x ray film and some laboratory work The Dental Assistant also deals directly with patients in such things as scheduling of appointments, keeping personal records up-to date, greeting patients, and routing in the dental office. i During the first quarter, Dental Hygiene students took basic science courses and worked on manikins and fellow students in preparation for their first patients. The clinic began operating in January and all students were welcome to receive a complete cleaning, x-ray, and flouride treatment. The Dental Hygiene students are also members of the Junior American Dental Hygiene As- sociation. They have already had, and will continue to have, many fund-raising projects so that the members can attend the State Dental Convention and other educational lectures. MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN - MLT - 18 ALLIED HEALTH Medical Laboratory Technician students had a record high en- rollment of thirty-two students at the beginning of the 1975 scdool year, twelve being graduating seniors. IVILT grad- uates of this year will take the national registry exam given by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists in August of this year. Also, IVILT first and second-year students at- tended the annual S.C. Society of lVledical Technologists meeting in lVlay. Florence-Darlington TEC pins are now available specifically for IVILT students. This year will be the first in which stu- dents have received pins. Qu NIR ' The Nursing major is enhanced by courses in the social sci- ences and humanities, thus preparing the nursing student to understand and respond to the total needs of patients as in- dividuals. The student's ex- perience in his field ranges -from nursing of children and l T adults to psychiatric nursing and nursing in obstetrics and infant care. 1 ,M--vm-gf:-,, 4 f 5: - ' ' vw, ' " A , ,rim X NURHNG -ADN- ALLIED HEALTH 19 'aw ,ff u wk 4 it 'sf 1, ,M 1 f I I QWWWE OPERATING ROOM TECHNICIAN - ORT 20 ALLIED HEALTH t ,Z 1 it Ng 2 . " u ' iywfwgwew -'ii A I., -g5?wgQ 'i , .,,, ,,,,. , ,, K 2' I Sf' f V. 'ilu f'7I':" 4' Some students at TEC have been seeing red lately. They're not mad--they are studying to become Operating Room Tech- nicians by studying such courses as anatomy, physiolo- gy, medical microbiology, and pharmacology. They become ac- y customed to Operating Room I duties after much clinical hospital experience. I I U Focus the subject, adjust the lens, turn off the lights--de- velop the picture. Do you think this is photography? Then try to pronounce "Therapeutic or Roentgen." These students are preparing to be skilled Radio- logic Technologists. fs its , f w e 1 " ,l L l 1 A It It X VY 1 ' I A , ., , f - , Z, , , A ' N A-Tv ' ss' . 'V ' I I RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY - RAD - ALLIED HEALTH 21 il gqfas-Q., f mtlfir, 1 2 ,- f.W,,- - . azz ' ft V , ,.,. ,, .,.,, ,Z V gg., :Tr .W- BUSINESS ACCOUNTING - BAT- 5. 1 , 3334,-Av -, Y ."i:::I."E?E ' - Q . ,. .,, -,1 x , Qk.:12:1 . g:? m fx-3-W 55:1 " ' . ,Z 9 3 T ' W l W QQTQQZ ' , , 'fl Q . I W J! iff 4 A A A ,t ff -Fx f u I xq Q ' 4 51" -f .Y I 5 O' RFU Campus experts at inventories, fixed assets, prepaid expenses, and income tax procedures, students in Accounting have had a busy year keeping up with their studies and the nation's finances at the same time. They have watched with in terest the New York financial pages- -the story of the Big Apple's near ff Q' -A I bankruptcy--while keeping abreast of such technical areas as secre- tarial accounting, hotel-motel ac- counting, industrial accounting, government accounting, and cost accoundng. New in the department this year were tutoring sessions conducted by advanced accounting students for other students needing help. Inf 4 Q- K alll? fl MARKETING 4119, ii cf xmmu Ex ffxxy RL x sa, - , f j .9610 i . yt , it tn S . re t Jfjaf.,-Lxffif'-tl. .4 "' E In a year when the famous law cases of Patty Hearst, Lynette Fromme, anc' Sara Jane Moore were in the public eye, Business students at TEC were busy study- ing more sedate cases of business law: contracts, law of sales, transfer of title bailments, nego- tiable instruments. Other areas of in If T if ,ff study include insurance, personal ' ' . -' . finance, payroll procedure, and 'Q ' 'af banking and finance courses. BUSINESS 23 Ask any Clerical Assisting student what her favorite course is and she will probably say Office llllachines. Students in this field become famil- iar with a variety of office machines routines, and procedures. They are also trained in typing, filing, and math and English. , - ff! ' nun " N i7"ka?' Those students seen walking around campus chattering about flow charts and "speaking" in the strange language of FORTRAN or COBOL are the Data Processing majors. Who else at TEC can feed data into a complicated computer ,ga and come up with an artistic Gamecock? DATA PROCESSING -Dp- ., u i Q X ff! . x Q W lk' M oc, 5 N '-A f' ' 'ff wi BUSINESS 25 ,-.,. .V-......,...N.... ,......Y .... Y-...,.,., , FASHION IVIERCHANDISING -FM.. V, s -.l . t QQ f ,.,.,. .. 1 fn- I 26 BUSINESS E' Swirls and twirls and spotlighted runways are nothing new to the Fashion Merchandising Students, who had already presented two fashion shows by the end of fall quarter--"International Fashions" in October and 'The Show lVIust Go On in November The big project planned for this year was a three day spring trip to Atlanta for market showings and cultural entertainment . 1 X: +- Qtsit M 9 skilgf- s Q 'fix 5-'A wxk fm S- I xfff , 1' I n H -I 1' ,, . . . Q - . - 3 .4 'v,', ffl - - 'M ,S V L I PB' J ,F ' ' . by K . .,,r Li 1 1 . 'Ts t .. I ., S 5 I ' N I . it ,.f, V, X.: X ...gf . ' . 1 'hiv-. ff, Wm ln the Secretarial Science Depart ment the student may choose from the area of executive, med- ical, legal, or engineering. Upon graduation the secretary enters the field of her specialty. For example, the legal secretary will probably be employed in a law firm, while the medical secretary will be employed in a physician's office. The engineering secretary may find employment in the areas of civil, electrical, chemical, or mechanical engineering or in a firm of architects. ,f in ff gif a ' saw? 7 ,, it -v few How high is your electricity bill? The Air Conditioning and Refrigerator curriculum at TEC has decided to do something about it! They have added a new course called Solar Energy. The students designed and built a Solar Energy Unit that has the capability of heat- ing 20 gallons of water from 40OF to 1400 F in 10 minutes and producing enough electricity to burn a 24-volt lightbulb. The cost of the unit was ap- proximately S900, and the students plan to design a unit next year to provide enough electricity for an entire household including its heating. AIRPORT '75 was not fi lmed at Florence-Darling- ton TEC, but it could have been. The eastern end of campus looks like an air- port these days with its six airplanes and three helicopters. Students from all over the state come to TEC to take this program since it is the only one of its kind in South Carolina. Upon graduation, students take an F.A.A. examina- tion prior to employment. SK .mf 41515. V 1 QVVHV I l ft W4 'if mr' it , 0, , mf '-Av. f' , ' ,fat f'4f-H, P .V 4 V 35,441.1 A .v -1.:yt?lvw- y , , i ' I ,Vq Eff With the completion of I-95 and l-20, Florence is becoming the transporta tion hub of the state of South Carolina. Therefore it is no surprise that stu- dent enrollment in the Auto-Diesel curriculum at TEC has tripled over the past three years. Grad- uates in this curriculum spend one quarter in Co- operative Work Experi- ence, an opportunity for more meaningful future job selection. . ,, gh ls gs I 14 b" 5 W V Y A 2' I F. W en I. . ' kiwi V rr? ' L' I ----'I - .5 " , ' If . y 3, Q va +-an J-- G J - , L I -strrrasrasfi ,aff ,V,, , M N W up , ' I . W lb,-I .. ff. ' W i n ,,, 1 if The Machine Shop has been invaded--no, not by Nlartians--but by a room' full of brand new lathes from Czechoslovakia. The students will not only learn the metric system, but also how to read Czech--be- cause none of the machine directions are written in English. Lanai MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY I - MTT-I - INDUSTRIAL 31 ""miu.,,,,gf"y'msv'l-Q mmqm sv I I Q ln each quarter of the year these stu- dents build Tool 8t Dies that produce an article of value to the studentsp therefore, along with being taught the Basic Fundamentals of Diemaking, the students equip themselves with "TEC" made precision tools, memo- holders, and this year a numerical controlled and machined Bicentennial Ash Tray. Training during the entire year is op- erated in a simulated situation. All tooling produced is manufactured to local industrial standards and speci- fications. The Tool 84 Die Curriculum is supported by a wide variety of related subjects and by an active nine-member advisory committee. 32 INDUSTRIAL E53- Q WSE S work areas of INDUSTRIAL 33 X' ,, A,,.:.,,.:, , , W A nv wmv, f , ,f , .rw Ar ew .-wr My '-1 ff' I I 1 1 2 '1 A a., When Agronomy students leave campus to take a field trip, they often literally take to the fields. The two-year Agronomy program is designed to train the students not only for the farm but also for the more rapidly expanding businesses related to agriculture such as those selling feed, seed, chemi- cals, and other supplies. 34 TECHNOLOGY X 'C AG RONOIVIY - AGT - X,,-1' 'The Civil Engineemng students did not move the London Bridge, but they could have assembled :tif they had had the opporuuuty be cause then coursework covers aH areas from surveying to bridge construction IVIaJor emphasis in dns curnculum also includes budding design and cost estunat ing both essentuu to the popular held of budding Hades CIVIL ENGINEERING CET QW' TECHNOLOGY 35 . , 'I , , is il :MV X . 0 . . . I REX if , ,I ...lo u t -I . . . . - ww, I ' I I I od- gt ,.o ai The Electronics Engineering graduate is prepared to lay out, build, test, troubleshoot, re- pair, and modify developmental and production electronic equip- ment. Computers, control in- strumentation, AlVl-FIVI trans- mitters and receivers, micro- wave units, and experimental circuitry are not so complicated to him! ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING 1- EET - ,V NV: l'f2 jf- ,, . . h.""'3 xl Today, draftsmen are vital to vhtuaHy every phase of hte in t1e Lhuted States. They make drawings and blueprints from which machines, machine pwis, hmnes,factoHes, and cmnmer- cial structures are built. Roads . and bridges are based on draw- ings. Almost allrnanmade pro- ducts have their beginning on the drawing board. -My ENGINEERING GRAPHICS ,A. -MU c .Hui ,,t..,-- AN.-X. ,nag ..'.,1 .-,, I , 1- .. ,kfxln . , , ,xx i ati'-T-.' "-IW s - ' Mx u 'N X w Cx gf. mil' -EGT- S. TECHNOLOGY 37 Industrial Electronics students receive specific training in the generation, transmission, dis- tribution and utilization of elec- trical power, electrical-circuit theory and application, electron tubes, basic electronics cir- cuits, instrumentation and test equipment, transformers, direct and alternating-current machin- ery, industrial control equip- ment, and industrial electronic apparatus. INDUSTRIAL ELECTRGNICS -EEM- 'WLM MJ QUIQ lndustnal development depends up- on proHts brought about by efH- cient utHization of production faciHties and personnel. The stu- dentsirllE1'are beconung a part of Industrial growth in the Pee Dee by developing proHciency in plantlayout, quabty conuol, cost control and production records sys- l1el'l'lS N""' INDUSTRIAL L ENGINEERING OR MANAGEMENT - IET!llVlT- TECHNOLOGY 39 40 TECHNOLOGY P' . A "3 Fission, Fusion, and Confus- ion! Fission and fusion are confusion to some people. Not the students taking Nuclear En- gineering Technology. They learn this and more through a cooperative work program, attend- ing classes on campus and working at a Nuclear plant as a Nuclear Reactor Operator. NUCLEAR ENGINEERING - NET - Not everybody can be an entertainer, I 8 H Q XX: ww- -wr-' f""i but you can keep people entertained by keeping their entertainment de- vices--such as, radio, Hi-Fi Stereo, and television--repaired. Students learn all this and more by becoming Radio-Television Tech- nicians RADIO AND TELEVISION ELECTRONICS - RTV- TECHNOLOGY 41 1 CRIMINAL JUSTICE -CRJ - 737 .. ,, .ka . In F Q ix ix ,Q I X ci. ,sk II, ffm X It if A it K r ' ' ' yr A , A V 1 I 'Lf I? ii""sr - H, . . llwun-:snug A6 -rl I ' Justice! For criminals? What will they come up with next? Flor- ence-Darlington TEC has come up with a course that prepares stu- dents for an exciting career in Law Enforcement, Police Administra- tion, and Probation and Parole. 42 RELATED SUBJECTS HUMAN SERVICES Human Services is the newest curriculum at TEC and promises to become popular with the students. The coursework emphasizes gaining a better understanding of people and learning how to better serve their needs. RELATED S UBJECTS 43 'ILL r,,,..l,-s-YT---by L I vkmqj " V T li "'g1 1 h l wr' t 'yn , V V -,M A '...-1' W Y ,M ..A5,' .tu W? 4 'V ' 2 . I I F T' iid Mmuawiytww , - ,V., K 5 Anim-Q-,w,.,., 3 A , 5 ' 1 I Ti. J' "E f , V lx u. 1 c 7 ENGUSH -ENG- all--Qfttrst 1 What was the most popular book on campus this year? In numbers, at least, the best-seller was WRITING WITH A PURPOSE, the green and black English textbook carried under the arms of those majoring in Engineering, Business, Criminal Justice, and Human Services curriculums. Students in various English courses went through their year's supply of pens and paper writing themes, busi- ness letters, vocabulary drills, research papers, and whatever else the instructors chose to assign. Those who weren't busy writing at any given moment were probably reading works by Edgar Allen Poe or presenting a personal experience speech on "The Day Illly Car Broke Down in a No-Parking Zone in Front of the Police Depart- ment." J " is ENN. --. ff' I S N! MATHEMATICS "'i,,w i . f wi .- ' Ii '-"Q'v12 -MAT- 3' if v M xc. F' fb- ln this day and age of men going to the moon, who ever hears of an old-fashioned slide rule? The prized possession of every TEC mathematician has become the pocket calculator, a device of in- finite value. With courses such as analytical geometry and calcu- lus, statistics, algebra and trigonometry, technical calculus, and finite math, a person could use a dictionary, as well, to look up those terms like vectors, matrices, parabola, exponents and loga- rithms! RELATED S UBJECTS 45 SOCIAL SCIENCES - PSYXSOC - 1,3 'U' - 1. X i Xl' I if ,T A f A L l Q P G! H .fl 'A' Li A ' 'C Q . M- 1 Try. i l HT 1 - T" E 2 "Behavior" and "interaction" are the major focal points of the Social Sciences Department, but one must do much more than be- have or interact to keep up in one of these courses. The Department offers courses specifically suited to various curriculums: Patient Psychology or Abnormal Psychology for those majoring in certain Allied Health fieldsp Police and Community Relations for Criminal Justice majorsg Industrial Human Relations for students looking forward to careers in industryp and various general Psychology or Sociology courses to fit the needs for other curriculums. 46 RELATED SUBJECTS SCIENCE tw riff You cannot really say the Science Department is going to the dogs, but you could say they are going to cats, rats, frogs, and almost anything around to get their subject across. Students gain first- hand practical experience from labs in biology, anatomy, physics, and other science courses offered. RELATED SUBJECTS 47 I 3 ADULT AND CONT. ED .T ' F , , ... V5,' - Q L 1 , . ""'1 1: 'N 1 '4 7 bf , . " "f, ' ' r. - M --. 1, N I f ' ,aitalfiikn - I KX' , ' A - v 17 V' 1 - 71: W, A .A QQ ,. 'Q " I 2. Q isa LQLQQ ' ., , i , Would you like to learn how to build your own barbeque pit, uphol- ster a chair, decorate a cake, landscape your home, or repair a motorcycle?These and many other skills can be learned in the Adult and Continuing Education Division at TEC. The evening courses in this Division are designed for adults who want to upgrade their technical skill, enhance their advancement possibilities, increase earnings, or acquire new skills. 48 ADULT AND CONT. ED. :xhtml . ., 6, fm af' 9. Su-.....--"' QQFQQ fs A1 ADULT AND CONT. ED. 49 X X H I X xx Q 5 'avert 'fivfm' ., IA 'xg QQiiWlIWlE!l14i'IWllb 5 ll AIQIKUOIC 5539? i David lVIcFadden Cherry Wil liamson Susan Laughter, Melody Davis. Susan Laughter in a pensive mo ment Charles Jones and Nlelody Davis trying to identify stu- dent pictures Charles Jones and Blue Meyers preparing first 62 pages for shipping Working late to meet a dead- line Fred Bostom trying desperately to locate pictures over long distance ,,,...1--- 3. ,A -p - FW Awixk K! 352' 7 w. ,wld Hua. 'if' I r ""' ei- z. mv' First deadline completed Developing pictures Sorting pictures : Susan Laughter checking nega- tives Charles Jones enlarging pictures Edna Rhodes and Australia Barr discuss layouts Q, -....J... in Q, .- x .I .I 5 I J -' ss Q Xf ACTIVITIES 53 STUDENT OFFICERS GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 21.23221 IiZZZ5L'Z5,ld52liBE2S2 RAE RENAUDT, Secretary: JOEL AN- DREWS, Adviser. JOHN BEIXIGE, Presidentp DAVID IVIC- "'x,-any im: un m ll 'M 'Qs f f J ff -, . I - 'ff in ,.,.. 54 ACTIVITIES IVIaJor aims of the Student Government this year included more varied activities such as Friday afternoon movies in the Stu- dent Lounge, disc jockey record-playing sessions, new bands, and folk singers. The highlight of the '75-'76 SGA agenda was the proposal for the January installation of a campus marquee to announce school activities. 4,2314 1' Q 1 SEATED Melody Davls Annle Scott, Llzzle Cooper Marla Wllllams Nancy Fulmore STANDING Mary Eaddy Cherry Williamson, Davld McFadden James Rollins Hllda Jean Brown Charlie Jones ,M ' 'I i I 1, 1 . O 0 , I 1 1 O ACTIVITIES 55 1 L' W I' 1 L' , '5""""if.Q41lJ' 1 1. , I I Tfuillll I 56 ACTIVITIES 61-i555 61115 CLAUDE WATFORD1 JOEL G. ANDREWS, Adviser, KEN PAR- NELL2 NIELVIN FRISON3 KEN GARDNER. After losing a couple of matches to St. John's High School of Darling- ton, the Chess Club decided it needed new chess books and chess sets this year. Plans were made to sponsor a flea market to raise funds for these essentials. Other plans included challenging nearby schools Officers of the club are Kenneth Gardner, president, IVIelvin Frison, vice-president, and Joel Andrews, adviser. DKAJWV4 6 ZU6' I Led by President James Rollings, Secretary Edna Rae Rhodes, and Adviser Joel Andrews, the Drama Club planned two plays for the school year: A comedy, "You've Got It Again," in February and a drama in April. 616,014.7 AL' 4711551765 115506. The newly formed S.C . Associa- tion of Criminal Justice students is an organization on campus open to CRJ students to provide com- munications between the various CRJ agencies and to promote employment opportunities and report related progress on plan- ning and research for the students of this institution. The organiza- tion officers are president, Grady Duboseg vice president, Karl Friersonp secretary, Judie Coxg and treasurer, Susan Gore. Phillip Purpura serves as adviser. Last fall Sheriff Billy Barnes was elected by the club as the first Criminal Justice Practitioner of the month. I I .,ff-""""d N M.-a-""' , ,- , gm. ' f a I aff. I ,f- I I . 5 . 1,5 gf y E i ,gf " , Y fi? f l , Ili, Q52 nl., , f.i??W12Qf f qi . E--1, Q ,,.. .:,..'V.. . ,,,.:1.', df X K X 2 f ' , , 5 if! 'kk . .pg 'A I V f .I ' 'fi 4 "cw I ..11jl.,' V , 5, , H ,yy Gp "" 3 If 4 . 1 - k'-f 'f ,igiff5:5f:1'L - A N, a KNEELING: Wayne Driggers, John Sox, David Truluck, Eric Hayes, Glenn Parnell, Oscar Byrd, Cleveland Williams, Billy Matthews, Major Brantley, Milton Henson, Adviser J.E. Cox, Adviser E.D. Godbold. STANDING: Mr. Jim Buffaloe and Dr. Sam Kincheloe, Internatl. Minerals Corp. Wendell Lane, Steve Hickson, Avery Beard, Merl Godbold, Allan Gaddy, Larone Eaddy, Bruce Price, Richard Elmore, Fleetwood Langston, Frank Taylor, Marvin Alexander, Mr. Harry McDonald. p,J" .A ' fa:,f':'.. 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' 1fF'!13 5- ,q I Ii 'Q' ' I- ' IQ ' 5 I- "ll I , g..2e, ,EF A L' - ' 1-Q2 E T ' -'--' - .un 53.93 ACTIVITIES 59 I 'W I 6 I ,. i I4 M r 'ff ' e Zvyi mf 2 f '45, -1, ., 57,1 SJ , 1 60 ACTIVITIES ,, '99 91157116 3861652541058 dl 06.711 C70 f -' ,-fm' H I, , "" - - - FSA OFFICERS Jackle Poston Secretary Wanda IVIorrls Vlce President Tenzll Perry President """ W W? rg WW' ,M-1. ld. 1 1 IZ. ,4JI45lZ.76v4 zmvafw J-ll!G.76W8 Q L- If 06711 ZION ' ' C - H " '- ,M 'w e ff W . :g 7':5'1g:fg-m.-,- ff u ,,, V Y A Ei if ' I I :We ,I iii- '. I 1 r 22:35-:p,a, 5517 I 1 'L I IL ,Q ,A . , ,Sw I , w 2 .lg 1 , . Q., -I I ' ff I x I I 4 I M 5 'K f is J IIIQI I , , , ,,. ,,., 454il.:'afff31i - 'Q ' is iff Q . -4 .,vv,, W, I Q I f I Qs? ,, . ' IA ,7 , ' ww My . 451121 Xfglr-4 MV 1 ?' f'I.f'V 32ff wf- f i' vgrfff f j 1 'F' . - Mm f f iz. YU ' 'I ' Q I , , , , ,.,. , I, .cn ,,,,v,94, 44,.,.l-..,fW,, ,,,,,f-,. VW. . ,,,,,, ,f ,.,.,c, ,fb , ,, Z, .R -115, In X5 4744 'f,'7',,,-f ,ffl 12575. if p ffflgg, Mr Fi I f 2371 'I N 4 , ,,,,,, west 1, , we -I A -1 i 1 . . I A-nw I- N, 111 ,wa MW' 41 Wi' 'fs , fi 1" " Aff" fir? Wu , 'eww , R 'fad . 144,41 ,, .Lge - f I Q Q fr X 5 3 3 I ,Y W, ,W 5,53 W! v ,il A K F fr M..,f,2'5 Q - seq fm. if 9, -I , :. '. 9 qi ,- I " gi . H, ,I G if 3' as ,.,, ' . ' 3195? , fi: K?" . Q., I 2152 1 Q 35,2 I 'f5'q'if, f ,I 5 , 22? ,,,,, g 532- V fi? 'I ' 2 I I 5 I Vg 5' I C 5 ? I ' . I p vw is QV I ROW 1: Veronica Ryan, Teresa Burr, Lynette Lewis, Patricia Eckstine, Patricia Herring, Robin IVlcCIam, Debra IVlanos, Candy Buddin. ROW 2: Donna Woodle, I Eleanor Walsh, Tammie Caulder, M- , , sn, ,A Kay Cusack, Toni Stanaland, .X If X, Q Jeanne Bratcher, Carolyn Petty, ff I' -e9.9, , I , , , .Q nge, Jackie IVIcDonaId, Debra Cole, Karl Causey. ACTIVITIES 61 f . ' if 'V vxwdif, I bps - 1'4 " ld f "fffff,,,a -1 ,, an 5' 7,5 f' -1 Qi11.2!"'f',Q3' -A , , I I I f'f2.'z Q fe L., A' , wr ,, I-V , I ' vu. -' -sy, A, .J 2 '1V.fi-af . f' Y I " H'f,,fg"'1+f36, m ff5' 1 1'7"-?-'A r' f- '- . 5 le ,f.e,1fV. 5 .- x 62 ACTIVITIES DSN C24 L' 5 545575 UN 55 550c'J,4 CMN . Ny., :.F1,Q'e SEATED: Robyn Singleton, Lorinda Woodward, Pamela Purvis, Gail Boan. STANDING: Cindy Moore, Mary Owens, Elaine Watts, Tammy Green, Debra Tyler, Simms Player, Nancy Vassar, Sara Summerford, Vicki McEIveen, Pat Lynch, I Patricia Nettles, Debbie Tulk. NOT PICTURED: Melaine Collins Denise Johnson. 5' ZZIDEN Z7 ' lil? 55 5' 55 067,11 C70 i ADN I MEMBERS - SEATED: Gay Gibson, Lois Wil- liams, Iris Parnell, STANDING: Bertha Lyerly, Gloria Burroughs, Susan Hunt, Norma Ferrell Velma Gaymon, Kay Wiggins. ACTIVITIES 63 was-51 ROW 1: Teresa Nlason, Sandra McCul- lough. ROW 2: Adviser Otis Jordan, Maria Williams, Lindsey Robertson, Silvaris Hanna, Blanche Ellerbe. ROW 3 Denise Staggers, Mary Ham, Claybourne Davis, Patricia Scarborough, Agnes Eaddy, Lizzie Cooper, Sandra IVloody. 64 ACTIVITIES f1.t24L'Z'11 6041655165 9,4113 November 19, 1975 '4 ACTIVITIES 65 N155 86 66 Wm 1 .- DEBBY TAYLOR, MARY HAM, DIANNE DODD. Thursday, January 8, 1976, was a night of radiant smiles, beautiful gowns, excited contestants, and a standing-room-only crowd in the auditorium at TEC. The occasion was the annual Miss TEC Pageant in which 25 lovely young ladies were vying for this year's coveted title. At the end of a dramatic, en- tertaining program Debby Taylor, a student in Fashion Merchandising, was chosen Miss TEC 1976. First runner-up was Mary Ham, also a stu- dent in Fashion Merchandising, and second runner-up was Dianne Dodd, a Radiologic Technology major. Linda Hughes, a student in the Clerk Typist curriculum, and Cathy Bedenbaugh, a Secretarial Science student, were also among the five semi-finalists. Hal Gaymon, Master of Ceremonies, first introduced the 25 contestants in a parade of casual wear. The contestants were next presented in formal evening gowns. After much deliberation by the judges, the five semi-finalists were selected and questioned on impromptu topics. Then further deliberation and hushed excitement resulted in the crown- ing of Miss TEC by President Fore. While the judges were busy deliberating, featured entertainment captured audience at- tention. Ecstasy of Fashion, a local fashion club, presented a fashion show directed by Wayne Boatwright. Later in the program musical entertainment was provided by Steve Capps, singer and pianist, Major Swinton, singer, and Sylvaris Hanna, organist. The 1976 Miss TEC Pageant was sponsored by the Student Government Association. Pageant Directors were Bonnie Bullock, Marsha Beasley, Cherry Williamson, and Hal Gaymon. ,-.II gf? . .I X f' ' Q FQ , - , , ,, Q" , F' ff 5 1 ..,I ZW ,Q f 45' 'f W , f,,,,, ,,,f.,a4, , ,I , MISS TEC PRELIIVIINARIES 3 In 4 an L' -f. sf- 68 ACTIVITIES V- 35 Cathy Bedenbaugh Jeannie Bratcher Mammie Cannon Debra Cole MeIaineColIins Lizzie Ann Cooper Dianne Dodd Rosetta Dunham Mary Ford Sarah Gardner Mary Ham Linda Hughes Annie Jackson MISS TEC ENTERTAINMENT Debra Lane Joan Lane Saundra McCullough Karen McKenzie Theresa Mason Annie Montgomery Zula Robinson Willette Scott Debby Taylor Natalie Taylor Mariah Williams Debbie Wise V ,JW ' 1, II-3 f Q, .W . dAXg"f.,xx ACTIVITIES 69 .5-2 -il I, 'Qi JUDGES - CONTESTANTS - ENTERTAINMENT ii' 8 E E 54 f Q " 3 M W Y 31 4- .., " 'f:a521.- E232 ..,. Q, ' f ' ' 'WT' "" ' So giykm , 'J' ,vw fx , ,Ez ' Lil Q JL X3 2 JRE at A.. J' ' m ff I f A fd A f ' ' f.. ,W Y 1. - Z 33, on . 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STANDING: John Pendergrass, Trainer 84 Stat., John James, Charles Goodman, Co-Capt., Howard Bruce, Jr, Capt., Michael SmaIIs7 Rufus Abraham, Coach, Silvaris Hanna. P. I 'Y 74 ACTIVITIES si I ,,,xg?. Et ,. .. Y , . ,l J ,., I , .I M, . .mf .J , , . . .,f,,:sL!T5:E Y' -, - , Sf?3?iL'f'i92 I-W 3?f'55"Z'f25' 'nxt :f .' ,, X ,,,.. I - . . 4 I 1 1 wx. ,W , ff ul mul? ,, G 1 'WWFL 4,14 .WML ' 1 ,J ."' . "' -. 'P' I 2 .,:s9lV I mfr 1 as-I 4 - gi? ,V 1 1 , Nw., ZW ACTIVITIES 75 'E X i " 'nina surf X ,f . X 6fl88k,C A275135 f., :Am JB' - , N 1 A.. 1 Q Q I. .U 'U'-.,,,,,,I r 'fs- Y 76 ACTIVITIES KNEELING: Debra Simon,. Linda Swinney, Faye Jackson, Saundra McCullough. STANDING: Theresa Cameron, Mascot, Australia Barr, Captain, Carolyn Byrd, Carolyn Mumford, Linda McDonaId7 Millie Gardner, Melody Davis, Mascot. 1 7 FI .. f""'Q V I A. 'i 495 5 1-V a , 'iw jf! ' N x,- 1 V, x I s lx I H-. I I 1 'lar?Ig..:-11:f1'i.f:zss2-i 15 I ' I . , 'ESI , ' .2-"S:-:.-::k'Z"":i": , . .... . x V -.-Y . + . 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A -7:4 il! VW' 'I "v G' lv sf 'ew ii!! IM' gg gif 121 5f1fK11 zqg5 31 1 39?:Ji!?9? viffgf ESB if f? ifr'r "f fi ff 'FY " E we iss uf 11" fv FRED C. FGRE President .grim J.M. LOWDER, JR. Vice President I EFFORD H. WINDHAM HARRY M. MATTHEWS Business Manager I Q DONALD C. CAIN Dean of Instruction 92 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Dean of Students ev' ?. ,. ..., ,. H -f- , .-f ' Lv II F4331 ' gi I J.. ij, tr JAMES C. HUDSON CORBIN THOMPSON Dean of Adult and Cont. Ed. Dean of Learning Resources K, -- Q sf N , , - ,Q A ., I , 3 we eg g s 33 "1 AN NETTE C Assist. Dean If M as ,-,.-,Q x I 5 'NM N .....,,, . 1 ii II-I M , I 5 15' . VV ' X. . .' , .1.,g:I' lL'. 1 fy-.-.uns-P!.g'-f If-1,- . A3 - 2. .-ay, , A -M-I, Q: 15. 931254 It 1, , 1.. . ..,. ,4:, 5. J I,,. , -- ' V ff' I I . , ,., ,.V, .I . BU RT of Instruction 25:8-'s ge . I . if 5 ' ..x, .f-,.-- nb wx - 'x -va:-'J :1 r . 'f , X., , wx. fam, - I f ' ' ' -1 GEORGE W. YARBOROUGH W.M. CAMERON, JR. Industrial Services Rep. Assist. Dean of Adult and Cont. Ed. 'Y ,Q .. f 1 xjw .I . w I ',. , nn" . Business Office Manager Veterans Re X f JOE NORRIS ARTHUR PRINCE LYNN S. GARROTE p. Librarian ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 93 1 EDDIE EPPS Director of Admissions 4 i f 5 5 Y 5 i 5 f i S if 45 is 4 el HA L GAY MON Director of Community Relations li Y JAMES T. FOSTER Financial AidlCounselor DIXON R . GASS RegistrarlCounseIor 94 ADIVIINISTRATIVE STAFF A. NORMAN MC KEE Field Representative r K. 1107 ,xg 7.5, C i 1 - .Kg JAMES S. MERRITT Veterans Affairs Counselor is . ,M wg. 5' '75 ,ff DAVID BARR CMP Coordinator MACK BROWN JOHN BLACKMON Bookstore Manager Equip. Coordinator WILLIE R. SAWYER GERALD FRA LEY Maintenance Engineer Off-Set Printer i givl , , , K. , 1, - ' f . 5, is . -1 N 'f.'ftv 'FN ' NL, . e tl! We - Xl Y -,,......- il BRIAN JORDAN, Supply Clerk GORDON BOBBETT, Student Services STAFF 95 SECRETARIAL VERA SINGLETON Admin. Assist.f Pres. Office FRANCES WARD Vice-Pres. Office MARY ARNOLD Evening Division MARSHA BEASLEY Veteran Affairs DEBBIE WATTS Evening Division 96 STAFF Q., x,,,-X iff 'Z q N 1 1 P rx PEGGY HAUSER Student Personnel REGINA HU LSEY Evening Division ANNIE HUNTER Student Personnel PEGGY JAMES Student Personnel PEGGY SMITH Student Personnel -...M , I I l MARGARET STOKES Vice-Pres.l Receptionist BETTY GRIGGS Evening Division BLANC HE ELLERBE Industrial Division JUDITH HODGES Dean of Instruction's JOAN LUNN Instructional Staff 1 " ff 5 13 'I AVN. 5 f f - -V13 V, . n x,. 'J' ' H13 , ,S ' , iff. . ,1,,, . .T .. . E 4,u"'V f 1 A- .4174 .-E.: .4 ..4,:42, 1 ELIZABETH HOBEIKA 6 Library Assistant LIN DA COE 7 Library Secretary DEBORAH ANDREWS 8 Business Office ELIZABETH GAYMON 9 Nursing Division DOT HARTZ 10 Business Office 4 2. -an--Y I 9' A V A ,,V, vi i X . . .. NX Q . C. 59 1? , . if S I X ,i" 'N , E . fi? as xg X E If Q :.,1,m.-X-W s 5 1 ,IV , g ,V Q lg Vu - .K : i ,. ,V . Y .At rr ' ' 3? ,Q - f- S H ' I '?.:':d.IT, ' ww f'j.f,1.,.V,z3. 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Altman, BA Daphine Amerson, Bill Ammons, CET David Anderson, CET Diane Anderson, SS Edna M. Anderson, SS John Anderson, BA Nathaniel Anderson, BA 114 STUDENTS Cweufy-fight Dcgrec' and Dzplvma ADN - Nursing BAT - Business Accounting DA - Dental Assisting CT - Clerical Assistant DHG - Dental Hygiene DP - Data Processing lVlLT - Medical Laboratory Technician FM - Fashion Merchandising ORT - Operating Room Technician SS - Secretarial Science RAD - Radiologic Technology AGT - Agronomy BA - Marketing CET - Civil Engineering 1.x rr " . 'ri' 15 -.751 iw' . 4 il i 5' K, Y 2 Y .. 'I sa: . . .02-, vzff-15 : bfi 'S5xzj5i,.f"5-YA. 3' A, f .Sa rn , A fa ,Il 1 :'f',.'l "J" , liffld' , A -3' -7' Z7 in ' M A, 4' f -M Q. 2 '16 f. fb ii . ,A ww V1 .i., 4 'ff t ,., ff" 'S' do Aff " 2, v 4 diff f i 7 2, X ifngf z 5 'ali' 'I A l l Q. fin. .1 1 7 ' " - fr., Q T ,, ,..l A A - 'N , .sf P 1 ' l , , Q ., In I N .Liv p.f...fq S 62-.54 S ,N . x . K.. 'f ,fl 'li TQ , ,W - , 'L ll 1-x J J, X X' ,f Q3 i ' , na i . 'L 'If' 31,1 '-:QV f. 15,111 , .1 ,-he f b i 3 i l F f4 l X! XA, M , , M I tiled l 5. 4 ' H- .L 4 iq, i, mu 5 ,1 . Nl lx txiu Programs Offered at E296 Uris Ilear EEIVI - Industrial Electronics EET - EGT - NET - RTV - IET IIVIT Electronic Engineering Engineering Graphics Industrial Engineering Industrial IVIanagement Nuclear Engineering Radio and Television ACIVI ACR ADIVI NITT NITT CRJ HS- NA- - Aircraft Nlaintenance Technician - Airconditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating - AUTOIVIOTIVE-Diesel Technician -I - Nlachine Tool Technology I -II - IVlachine Tool Technology II--Tool and Die - Criminal Justice Human Services Nurse's Aide Certificate Program . X, ,N 4,-X .aye I. l . A :ic Z 1, 'ff 2 A as 'F 4, A? rf , , . vt- I so as IW Q 'A , -U' WU- rs 6,5 lff V L ,C 'lm 'QW gi. -f , 1" x. . I I X 1 'XXI I 32 .121 X 4 :- ' K' xv, MPS Q '1- X ,it tti J eg? W if x X i I6 y A l X r F sl 4! 'V -e-, ' .:-4:":1-4-' 9,11-4..,iE,:-173:25 .4.-. .Q - V! . I ,- ef-1 g. .Ne- ffe 1 ,, . , J , 'tm ' C' 5, . Spf fr 'EH' Q 0 ttf EQ. ' ' ' 'it 5 , W K. tl -e cs ' 1, l V ' 'iff ,ve 1 All ,fx ,A 1 , fl iv,-,.n,.e, .use ., js X , ' K "f' ' ' .,', E' ZIZZ.: '... ..1-i. 1'i ' " li 'Eff lt-et S fire A 5. Thomas Anderson, EET Earl Andrews, AGT Robert Andrews, BA Kenneth Arauio Betty Jo Ard, MLT Donald Ard, BA Donald R. Ard, BA Randall Armstrong, BA Evanider H. Arnette, ACR Henry Arthur, CRJ Glynn B. Atkinson, CRJ Linda F. Atkinson, SS Nlarie Atkinson, SS IVlark Atkinson, EGT Mazie Atkinson, BA Sandra Atkinson, CT Sydney Atkinson, DP Tammy Atkinson, DA Ed Authua, BA Broadus Baccus, ACR Cynthia M. Bacote, BA Mitchell L. Bacote, BA Ronnie Bacote, ADM Sammie Bacote, ADNI Will Bacote, CRJ Jerome Bailey, ACNI Joseph Baker, CRJ Levern Baker, BA Willie Baker, BA Danny Baldwin, William Ballenger, BA Francis Bannoitt, CRJ Lynn Barbour, BAT Dan Barfield, IET Lillie A. Barfield, CRJ STUDENTS 115 C56 Students Hail 5'rvm Places ,As lVlost of the students at TEC are originally from the Pee Dee area, but some are newcomers from out-of-state and a few are even from other coun- tries. Among the foreign students welcomed at TEC this year are: DERRICK FARRIER, ADlVl, from Kingston, Jamaica, DAVID ALPHONSO GITTENS, EET, from Barbados, West Indies, SEE IVIING Ll, EGT, from Hong Kong, KAIVI- David Barnes, EET Steve Barnes, CET Betsy Baroody, SS Edmund, Baroody, RTV Australia Barr, CT Jerry Barr, BA Jesse Barr, EEM Thaddeus F. Barr, BA Donna Barron, SSC A Patrick Barry, BA gig Gregory Bartell, ADM ..,' John E. Batchelor, BA 5' Samuel Bateman, EGT f X Donald Bethea, DP Wanda Baldwin, BA Gerald D. Baykin, BA Lasandra, Baxley, BA Tony Baxley, CET Ernest Beola, ADM Dan Beasley, CRJ Jean R. Beasley, FM 412' Johnny Beasley, BA Robert Beasley, ADM Cathy Bedenbaugh, SS Charles Belin, EET ' A , i 1 f, -"l .1 , Ernest Belin J f t K f W T Douglas Bell, BA ' A Cary Bell, EET ' ' " Junis Bell, MTT William Bellinger, John Benge Jr, IET Clavon Benjamin, BA Lemuel Benjamin, CET M. Benjamin, DP V fl Wayne Bladon, CET 116 STUDENTS DRJBEEN OKEDEYI, AClVl, and RASIDAT ALINA OKEDEYI, DP, from South Africa, and PHONG KHAI HUYNH and PHUC HONG VO, ClVlP, students in Production lVlachine Operation Out-of-state students have come from north, south, east, and west: W7 if MQW! Ja aft, Q y ' ' -V B152 . if fl. J- , Lv: ' f ? rf- T' , ,B 24 Q i fa "fi 5 ti W1 , 901' ,4 Way as kingston and Hong Kong 1 in STEPdHEN MCCLOSKEY, EGT, Denver, Colo- CECIL GATEWOOD, BA, Kentucky ra o CURTIS KIDD, IEM, Goldsboro, N.C. ll W. BLGANCE-IgARE6-IIEGT, Perlth Ambolyia N.J. CHARLES R. JONES, MTT-ll, Morristown JEFF RO , , Baton ouge, . N. J. ALAN SMITH, EGT, Charlotte, N. C. MALCOLM E. CARR, ACM, Panama City, Fla PAMELA SAWYER, ORT, Cherryville, N.C. CHARLES BYERS, ACM, Grover, N. C. DONNA SMITH, ORT, Ashville, N. C. RAY KARNAP, ACR, Crestwood, Missouri rn E ,Q M Q ,ww Q5 5 4-. A ,,,,.n,, 5 I fx if Qt af if .. G , . 'WM' X if 'if E if L? 1 I J 1 2 .-6 , , A 'Q 'f ,' 5 V ' ' X f . . ff 'Q' I ' Ve- T V 1 ,gg - ff-x, I NV... XX I .fa X ox, 5, Ll' , K Q I - Y' ,:.. iflifiigiii-' ' 'iss' ' ' "2 x L ' - W " E" W I wr s. l.!L,Lf,m W, at - '::a'f- 70' - , -fini. 'lf' 'Q-913:55-L 4 I Q 1131323135315':Q3.gg15:?g1g.',1:: ibzqikii A iw:-'Z-Lac.-.-T2 . . 115.-.4.-1-:Q-cu-.1 .tltlilzlz-F -I-'Zvi -:LY-11:72 I if-5 wif li 1' x X X 5 117: .f . sf af Q. ' N 1 'P Q , Tit I 'E .. M, f,.o..? Bruce Bennett, AGT Alfred V. Benton, EET Gilbert Benton, BA Thomas Benton, CRJ Woody Benton, EGT James Berg, BA Carl Berry, BA Joe Berry, BA Joyce Berry, BA Laphon Berry, CRJ Willie Berry, CRJ. James Bescher, BA Walter Bescher, BA Charles Bethea, BA Jackie Bethea, SSC James Bethea, BA John Bethea Joyce Bethea, CT Patricia Bethea, FM William H. Bethea, CRJ Jerry D. Beverly, IVITT-II Frank Billingsley, BA Dorothy Bines Larry Bischke, BA Collin Bishop, BA Earline Bishop, CT Rector Bishop, ADM Willie Bishop, BA Jerry Black, BA Johnnie Nlac Black, BA Harry Blackman, EET Bobby Blackmon, BA George Blackmon, BA Wanda Blackman, IVILT John Blackman, CRJ STUDENTS 117 fudmis 'jabs Include llnusual Positions af 5'u14cralf!vme Students have a vvide variety of jobs, rang- ing from the ordinary Tony Quick, CET - Chef to the very unusual: 118 Charles Tynes, NET - Waiter Ronny Hardee, NET - Salesman George Benjamin, CET - Brick Cleaner Martha Grainger, IET - Cable Splicer Jerry Cannon, EET - Jet Engine Technician Harold Padgett, CET - Forester lVlarie Burgess, ORT - Kitchen Staff at Church Camp Sherrill Graves, IET - Dispatcher 51-if f "" ' Q 3, 'v, nnfl Jerry Blaton BA A' '- Frederick Bleu, CRJ 4' is ? 4, gf V Gail Boan, DA ,,,, ja ' X' T, Johnny Boan ADM ,X J A , L Boatwright Clharles, CRJ V Q ,M my Dianne Boatwrighl: HS . ' 54? f 4 ' Floyd Boatwright, CET TTT?-.x Q5 Xa Fred Boatwright BA ,ee si., 1 515, Ralph Bodine, AGT 'V 1,1 l'?"',"',Q A 54, v E.J. Belden, MTT ff- QP 5,9 ' Linda Bonaparte, CT it , 'iv' we ' T Sara Boone, BA y, V X, 4 4, Romeo Boshers, ADN if 'N S' 'V 5 Leon Bosman, ADM ' ' H James Bostic, ACR Lee Bostic, BA Merida Boslzic, FM Robert Bostic, CMP Romeo Boshers, ADN Glenn Bowles, AGT 'T re- Willie E. Boyd Sr., BA Richard Bracey, RTV Maria Bradburn, BA Arlene Bradley, BA Charles Bradley, BA Paul Bradley, BA Bessie Brailey, DP Herbert Branham, IET la LM all ,f' g ec.:-5' :WJ ' .. -",,"Z 4-PTY 15 7 'C X xt-X W W f 1 X f l Major Brantley, AGT Rozella Brantley, SS Linda Branton, ADN James Brard, AGT Jeanne Bratcher, DHG Elizabeth Brett, CT we, as 4- , Micheal Brian, IET f STUDENTS , ,,l,l af I N K Zim' .Abd Direcfvr, Yewelry fngrazfer, Plywood Hlippcr, and Hook Lonnie Burris, BA - Letter Carrier Wallace Scott, BA - Butcher Jack Green, BA - Funeral Director's Assistant John Couch, BA - Carpet Cleaner George Williams, BA - Candy Cook Billy Gilliard, - Minister Willie Baker, BA - Carpenter lVlajor Swinton, DP - Part-time Teacher John Skipper, BA - Painter 8t Paper Hanger Stephen Wiggins, BAT - Insurance Underwriter A 4 f I A ix, 64- 1 S N!r 3 --s 'J :Z if ak' . l x tl, si r a 'f 'iz il , 121, vi JW ,M X. ,y V -Mtv , l .mg 1 'J K 'cz - UQ ' V fv f n ,J '9' i ,' ' -f V- ', ff' ' .. O 3' it X . ff- Xl f ,..., ... dpi , A I , su - ff, 5 g l i.V,.,,,ik .5531 ,fri i " 7 " re. K. " .1 lx J 'R 'fi ' ff 5 f "ss 1 l l 1 if " 5 + If gif " 3, ,,.,,. fvfkstf-fi' ' ' . 'Ei::!i"" ' , :r , p A f of uf L, E b ik- , A " - . ' 5 " Z' l V I . ' V: T fa' A Lit i r? ' rs -ff he A A R ' 1 et , if 1 QEW. 3 .-,D , . 1. x Ronald Briggs, AGT Carl Bright, IET Allen Bristow, CET Lorenzo Bristow, BA Ronald Bristow, DP Christopher Britt, NET David Britt, BAT Kimberlyn J. Britt, CRJ Carl Benjamin, IET Victor Britt, BA Kathy Broad, ADN Leroy Brock, ACR Richard Brock, BA Willie Brock, BA Terry Brockington, ACR Roy Broddeck, ADN! James F. Brooks, HS Jerome Brooks, BA Samuel Brooks, ACR Theodore Broughton, BA Allen Brown, IET Anne Margaret Brown, SS Authur Brown, ADM Betty Brown, NA David Brown, CRJ Dan E. Brown, CRJ Debbie R Brown, SS Earl Brown, BA Ernestine Brown, SS Fred Brown, BA Gwendolyn Brown, HS Harry Brown, BA Hilda Brown, BA Jack R. Brown, BA James L. Brown, BA STUDENTS 119 r-1 Elizabeth Britt, CT - Dance Instructor Tommie Turner, FIVI - Jewelry Engraver Robin IVloore, ADN - Supermarket Cashier Sara Summerford, DA - Receptionist Herbert Branham, IET - Wood Treating Supervisor John Brown, ACM Leonard Brown, BA Louie Brown, BA Marsha Brown, ADN Penelope Brown, SS Ralph Brown, ADM Ralph Brown, BA Richard L. Brown EET Theresa Brown, CRJ Walter Brown, MTT William Brown, IET William E. Brown, IET James Bruce, CRJ Howard Bruce Jr. Willie Singleton, ADIVI - Switchman for Railroad George Scipio, ADIVI - Security Guard Loronzo Harrell, ADIVI - Plywood Clipper Charles Byers, ACIVI - Antique Aircraft Re- builder Tom Sebnick, lVlTT-ll - Funeral Home Assistant fe- -tu A- ' ' if 4 7 ff , -D If , W ' ' ,f:+.Y' f ' - ' if dl' 'Uv , Y ,bn-I X- V' 3 R fb' Q2 4, iq, - EET I ff dv J QQ' A -sem? ' I 4 1 Q G "' Lx -1. if ' y Q Z .rl I YB if Gerlene Brunson, SS Douglas Brunson, ADM A 5 .. y Jerome Brunson, EET T q, Joy Bryan, BA :J 7 ,L ,CS Eugene Bryant, CET V P fi , 32 ' Larry Bryant, EET 5 , 51 V I Roy Bryant, BA , 'r il M K , RM' rn. .i'f.J4.m. 4. Stephens G. Bryant Willie Bryant, BA Candy Buddia, DHG Talbert Burgess, BA Jerald R. Buie, BA Michael Bull, MTT Phyllis Bull, NA Cathy Bullard, SSC Luther Bullington CET Edwin Byrch, CRJ Grady Burgess, HS Gregory Burgess, A DM James Burgess, BA Marie Burgess, ORT 120 STUDENTS 2 I , 7' . f "b:y4-J" ha-' Wg, Q 5' ff' 1? 1 1 4, iu, Q N S-W 9 r l uv, r Y . i 'Pr TK , . 5 T X l i ily LI, NMA' ffl lt 6? 'is s, . is l , 'LW 2 W ' V11 A fr. i , , li 4 x ' I' l T fi l l L 31l' 11,7 l Waymon Johnson, ACR - Lift Truck Operator William A. Banks, H.S. - Highway Department Danny Franks, ACR - Painting James Legett, ACR - Letter Carrier Joe Reid, ACR - Basketball Referee Donald McClellan, CRJ - Packing Clerksman K f if ' State Inspector Louie Brown, BA - Bag Boy Jimmie Coker, CRJ - Tool Grinder W ,,,. - V 551' N. "" '- - 2 4 ft. kvw- 'ITT f QL l -5 C, Nb Egg ggfm , ,Z ' - if t t , . 1 It -I c ,...,, it A 52 ' pi D ' ..,.w.."' is:-Xi' ill ii l W W? Q 'Q Z V, ,,- i , 'ti 'mi 7 123' I ,SFMQ gg of no A N I , if in ,.. -1. TY if at 7 N-.A ' 51,4 Jkt." . 3? .T 'QM I y - 'KJ Q r 'il s T I ' 49:3 1 1 x 144 l 1 V l V fps A ,? ,wx ' D 1 N , s rf , Q .4 Y, 5 ..-. M ,a ra-- Q ., . V -, ,ii . : ,.- 1' ' X Eff" ,,g' 'S . O., ,. ' ,ga k X ,file i - -. aw L-F - ff I xx 4 'S f X K ' x , 'F' ,N .s 3 .I 'x .A ,J W fi fs ECL lv ., I., . Ulysess Burgess, ADM Billy Burgh, ACR Phyllis Burgh, BA William Burney, BA John Burns, BA Thomas Burrell, ACR Lonnie Burris, BA Teresa Burr, DHG Shirl Burris, CRJ Gloria Burrough, ADN Robert Burroughs, BA Diane Butler Johnny Butler, MTT John M. Butler, IET Rueben Butler, BA Charles Byeb, ACM Jimmy R. Byra, BA Austin Byrd, Charles Byrd, BAT Moses Byrd, BA R. Cabbagestalk, MTT Patricia Cade, SS Billie Cain, FSM Gregory Cain, BA Lesmaster Cain, MLT Ronnie Cain, CRJ James Caldwell RTV William Calcutt, BA Sam Cameron, BA Chester A. Camlin, CR Charles L. Campbell, BA George Campbell, BA Geraldine Campbell, B Joe Campbell, BAT Karen Campbell, MLT STUDENTS 121 Students fufhusiasfically 5'm10r Lflzaugc of Schools' ,Name 5 College. Technical College. Florence-Darlington Technical College. That last name has a rela- tively new ring to it. The change from Florence- Darlington Technical Education Center to Flor- ence-Darlington Technical College is one of the many changes the school has undergone in the past few years. What do TEC students think about this name change? From the responses some of them vol- unteered when asked about the name, they like it Keith Campbell, BA William Campbell, BA Jerry Cannon, EET John Cannon, BA Julie Cannon, FIVI Nlamie Cannon, SS Ralph Cannon, EET Patsy M. Cantey, SS Russell Cantey, BA Harry Caroway, BA Jesse IVI. Caroway, CET Paula Carlon, FNI Christine Carmichael, CRJ James G. Carnell, AGT Steve Carnell, BA IVlalcum Carr, ACIVI Allen Carroway, RTV Charles Carter, IET Diana Carter, DP Donnie Carter, BA Joe Carter, EET Napoleon Carter, ADM Betty Caulder, CT James Causey, NITT-II lVlike Causey, BA Jerome Ceaser, ACR Valeriel Chafin, BAT Alphonso Chambers, BA Carmen S. Chandler, CRJ David Chapman, CRJ James Chapman, BA Shirley J. Chapman, HS Hayward Charles, CRJ Leon Cain, ADM Dawn Chestnut, IVILT 122 STUDENTS Robert lVlcCown CData Prol: "The idea of TEC being a college is great. I think we should have dorms so people won't have to travel so far. This would also help save gas." Rozella Brantley tSec. Sciencel: 'lt's better this way. If you want to continue you can just go on to FlVlC and get your B.A. degree." Murray Johnson CEngineeringl: He thinks it's great. J 98 ' "1 A Q . I as 'Q i ' . ts, l 'Cf f Q H 1 Q , Vi Ili ' X It if f .a If -:Q V i are . . Q T f f c l l ,.,,., R iw. V . - ..n l x I ll' ll", ll l Qmflll-Jill l l, tl Ah T f i K 'W ' I' 4? , s N. 1 6 x - 1 '11 I l J F45 P' t' at l , 4 vb in Q1 fly 'gf' X QX,,rVl,fQSlx Ira X 4 ' X "'vl,ll A ' ' 3 KIXNX X 1 X i X V l llllzl' lx lull. l l J 4 'F Q in " 'ZJQ if E' 'few gxjff, E sql frfiiiz, lla, ' 41311 wil: Y gram Z'ecl1r1iml8ducaiiv14 Heater to Cechuical Kcfllege Judy Williams CC RTD: Claybourne Davis Cllllachine Shoplz He is surprised that Tec was changed to a col- lege but is satisfied with the results of the de- cision. He feels confident that he'lI get a good job when he graduates Feels that it's good that we're being recognized as a college instead of a trade school. Leveston Wilson lB.A.7: "ln the past, Tec schools were seen by the gen- eral public as oeing schools which taught one Billy Thomas lTool and Diel: He's glad it's changed because he's on a degree program. specific trade with no general education included." x A-Us :Iii I' li li' s ' -1 - W1 .L ,i Ag 154144713 L, Carl Christmas, BA Carolyn Christmas, MLT Heyward Christmas, AGT Roger Christley, BA ff, f Rickey Church, BA Thomas Chumate, BA Clark Campbell ACM Everett Clark, AGT Jimmie Clark, AGT Lana Clark, BA Rembert Clark, BA Richard Clark, BA Rose Nl. Clark, DHG Sharon L. Clark, SS 1 .1 , ,I .K A , - 2 111: Pit... ,.i ai-.: C- 'F' kxi Richard Clarke . Harold Clay, EET 'if" ' Leslie Clemmons, AGT Roger Clemmons, BA , 9, - .f,,, l , David Clemenson, CRJ A D I Judith Clemenson, BA 'l . l I " 'V ' fn - zip, Qfsif G it- -1: W, '53, E arg, 91- . , . 0 --A ' ' 1 -. ' ,. ., 1 ,. K ,, l f Mack clinton, iviTT-11 Christopher L. Clover, BA Carol Cockfield, BA ""' - Franklin Cockfield, BA Marvin Cockfield, BA Rudolph Cockfield, BA l Susan Cockfield, NILT lii1'EtfQ", nv If -' Sam m ie Coe, INIT Allen O. Coker, EET " "' John Coker, BA ,x,, ' Jimmie Coker, CRJ N Sharon Coker, ADN it .,l, A l'A"" 1-'X 1 , Yevonne Coker, BA ft ,-,, N ' ' A Alatha Coleman, HS 'kj if Debra Cole STUDENTS 123 124 Puka Sl1rllNccklace.s'. Midi- kirfs, J-fats, jeans , Back-to-school fashions for fall 1975 at TEC were more classical than just one year before. Students picked up the nostalgic look with a neater, straighter silhouette. Gals dressed up, and guys became more fashion conscious in their schoolwear. What was new on campus last fall? The big dres with its fitted waist, was an eye-catching new- comer. Puka shell necklaces continued their pop ularity from summer beachwear. Below-the-knee skirts, bulky sweaters in Indian earthtones, scarves, and hats all made the female fashion scene. lVlale students brightened up the classrooms in their colorful Art Deco jersey shirts, and some even spruced up in leisure suits, accessorized Leroy Coleman, IET Sharon Coleman, CRJ Sheldon Coleman, ADM Wilburn L. Coleman, George Coleman, BA Charles Collins, BA Melanie Collins, DA BA Sl by Earth Shoes or platform heels. And, of course, jeans ---- those things that come in all different shapes, styles, and sizes - ap- peared daily. Their appearance varied from simple to funky, from straight-legged to elephant-legged, and from faded to star-studded. The denim look was carried over to jackets, ishoulderbags, hats, and shoes. Even winks and ogles were newly framed in fash- ionable big heavy glasses and sunglasses, re- placing last season's wire rims. Overall, the fashions for the year were a bit more dressy, but still soft and casual. Lovely to look at, to touch, and to wear. Iyv i . f git H .ka .ig Q. i X A If 'Q Tim Collins, IET i Timothy Collins, IET i. I virginia Collins, CRJ -- 5. j Albert Conyers, BA ' Ernest Conner, ACR Gregory Cook, IET i . John Cook, AGT 7 A. arf, . ,L 1 Q . Joseph Cook, BA Laverne Cook i as . . Nancy Cook, MLT Anna Cooper, SS Brenda Cooper, CT Cynthia Cooper, BA V Eugene Cooper, CRJ Lillie M Cooper CT Robert Cooper, BA Rose Cooper, CT Deborah Coore, SSC James T. Copeland, B William Copeland, EET Wilma Copeland, BA 1. ' i' i . ' fl f 'inf Gwendolyn Cone, CT Sarah L. Cot, SS Jannie Cotton, CT John Couch, BA Rose M. Couch, SS Charles Courtney, BA Triston Covington, NET STUDENTS i. lift -m. i 'ffflz Q Gael 9 ' r Q9 ' Waco iflfgfc .gage L' SZ? I j i A110 nd on Kampu in Hack-to-Schqffl fall Zzslzirflfs NSI? f ..f - - ft' - -4-M ' :X ' 5' . 4 wb,yx I gf' f- mir, ,.?H3ibE 'ig 2' b ,.A.' N SA Q awww Qfh lifby .,,,. Q ? PT Q Y' 'Q' Af,i it il ,ff 'ft' Eifcf , "if .37 is Q4 4. 137 X J fi- wwf' 3 vi 9 1 ' ,. .,.,f k":. " :f. 1. ,af tl, ,wa C I y I 1 , 1 2 W ,, 5 D fs at SV . s .4 1 -1- j -.Pl 13325: Cc if 14 is AID-2 A ll' T E 4 20 Q Q . z 4 4 ,' ' VN., 113' A, , , ks, .. ,g.' ' ,-. A ,.-m 4. ' s ' r s D 1,1 ' . A - -4 4? -Qifsfil' ffl- , - 1 -- V ,V ,: A ., Q, A wg .1 , we , 15: J. ,Q feds. 7' .. - '35-:Z ' - xii? 9 ,.m.m 4. .ill K ..-., f' rr I' . 'R I ,,NA, . 1 A G . E y 2 V If , '. s, ,A . T "' I 'P 1. " A . wi 3 Xv' A C C J ' f l f g. . 'Si . K., x ' v 53' I, v ' fri: ,. .,,,. he -" 2 A a 6' . Q 2 'J rl 'i -- i A Y lp t A f , 9' l 1 4 ,TSW ,, X W T 4 A HEYK ,T 1,. .1 . l Misiltif- . n 'H .. 4 i 1 if lf, Q s silt I l Danny Cox, IET Judith Cox, CRJ Ken M. Cox, CRJ Kenneth J. Cox, EET Lester Cox, BA Michael Crabtree, EET Bobby Crain, CRJ William Crawlard, BA Denis Cribb, MTT-1 Janice Cribbs, FlVl Jed Cribb, RTV John Ethel Cribb, RTV Olin Cribbs, ACR Charles S. Cromer, CRJ Dare Crouse, HS Karen E. Crosby, BAT Curtis Crowley, BA Pamela L. Crowley, HS David Cuffie, DHG Cynthia Cullipher, ADN Betha Cummings, CT Geraldene Cunha, CT Barbara Curry, Kathryn Cusack, DHG Lynetta Cusack, HS Nlorris Cusaac, CET Kelly Cutler, SS Pierre Dallaire, BA Kenneth Dalpps, CET Bobbie Damon, Dennis Daniels, ACR Edward Daniels, CRJ James Daniels, BA John M. Daniels, BA Luke Daniels, BA STUDENTSl25 Patricia Daniels, ADN Rebecca Daniels, BA Ronald Daniels, BA Edna NI. Dargan,lCT James D. Darnell, IET Tillie D. Daniels, CRJ Donna Davenport, ADN 7BWuuf'lkuhiHJKmnWf'H16WunvgnyMUk Although a few students admittedly lack the grace of Fred Astaire and feel a little awkward moving on the dance floor, the majority of TEC students love to dance. And the dance they love to do is the Bump! The newer dance the Hustle almost edged the rhythmic Bump out of its first place popularity in a campus survey last fall, but the Bump managed to hold its own, along with the variations of the Double Bump and the Electric Knee Bump. Third in the line-up was the Bus Stop, even this dance has its variation, called Bus Stop iif2. The Bump, Hustle, and Bus Stop were byno means the only dances favored by the students who were surveyed. Such oldies as the Twist, if x 'Z yy 'iagg,,, 'H ' 9 lg' 1' ' ' 1 ,,,. David Oscar, BA N ' . 'V 4' William A. Davidson, BA ,575 fi-sg Benson Davis, ACR V' :C Q sri? Bernice Davis, HS ,fn f ,-,t , ,,,, Tiff f " s Clyborne Davis, IVITT-1 ,, ,, ,J ga, ,. Frank Davis, DP ii l f ' 4 Q' Gilbert Davis, BA X ,A hh ag, f ,iff if 52? ? X- Henry Davis, BA ' , . ' - Henry L. Davis, CRJ ,I S., Q ,, Israel Davis, NITT-1 ,Q A M gf' X C i Julie Davis if A , 4, 'STL i Liston Davis, BA , K f X fu fi ' Lois Davis HS , S S J A ' 'Qi ' "Hia, "M Marilyn Df Davis, HS X M iffji g Q Nlarvin Davis, ACR , , Melody Davis, CT A 7 il we V ixniadaii Davis s ,y O .M f Otis Davis V , Perry Davis, NET 'Y I a A' eg Thomas A. Davis, BA ' ,H Q Willie Davis, EGT L. QR A . T' -vw wiiiie Davis, ACR ,iii fi Y ' wiiiis c. Davis, BA lqgj' a -. Woodrow Davis, BA V f' S Rl , 7 Cathy Davis, CT ,, A , , X 3 'F 1 Pamela Dawsey, CRJ " .il ii A ,f J ,nf V Dorothy Dayton, SS X 4 5, txt? 8. , ll, X Y " . i , tri W, emeeaei time Mmuvaa . i A i ,as,Ai 126 STUDENTS Popularity - l6'u.s' tap Crails in Uzird Place the Limbo, the Two Step, the Polka, and even Calypso Free Style the Soft Shoe were also included. Other oldies were the Waltz, the Jitterbug, the Bosa Nova, Robot Boogie and the lVlash Potato. Country and western fans chose the old standard Square Dance as their Fight The Power Soul Train favorite. Slow Dancing Boogie Down Some dance favorites have strange names, such as the Roller Coaster, the Funky Chicken, the Latin Hustle The Jam Snake, the lVlonster Walk, the Breakout, and the Swing. Perhaps strangest, and yet most tradi- Slow Dragging tional of all is the Rain Dance. Shag The list is not complete without the following dances, some of which might well be added to Rock any good dancer's choreographic abilities: Q, Joseph Deas, ACM 1' lfg W "T " William Dees, NET jif gnw . .uunz f ,, Johnny Delaine ADM qgv g ,,.-'2i . Mitchell Denham, BA l 4 he t Don Denitto, ADN ' 'tti yii 'w g ,',' . , N Calvin Derrick, Jr. IET , Vivy Ig Heyward Derry, AGT i fii r , .'..'.' , WA fe' Zi. y eeer i ' lfi A M ' . t if X . If x ia 17-T X. 'if l 'eff -ff. A555 ' lx: B ' " . -'I' . ..,, , T z ' ' f':'.:Z:'ffui' "iff , if. -1' . "I 4 A 'N I' 1. I ' ,Z- i x .f-Jw li K X -..--. William C. Devane, BA Curtis DeWitt, ACR ous L. Dewitt, AC Victor DeWitt, R 84 TV Jerome Dickerson, GED Leon Dickerson, CRJ Roberta Dickey, CT Cynthia Dickson SS Brenda Disher, MLT John Disher, CRJ Cynthia Dixon, SS Henny Dixon, BA Isaac Dixon, ADM Syliva Dixon, GED Larry Dobson, CRJ. Willie Dobson, DP Vivian Dodd, George Door, AC Larry R. Dorrell, EGT Donna K. Dorsey, CT Mike Doster, R 84 TV Shirley Douglas, HS Willie Dowell, BA Fred Dowling, BA Sharon Dornsife, FM Dorothy Draylon, SS Wheeler M. Drew., IET Delbert Driggers, AGT STUDENTS 127 Dy-mf-mite, Dryclcaniug, and With all the homework and extra reading that TEC students must do, it is surprising to know that they still find time to watch television. Responses from the student survey, taken in November of last year, showed "Good Times" was a number one hit with many students. After putting in so much time for study, settling down and watching a hilarious show such as this helps loosen tension and helps the public identify with the characters. Frances Dubose, SSC Grady P. Dubose, CRJ Hercules Dundy, BA Larry Dubose, NITT Rosetta Nl. Dunham, CT Richard Dunlap, BA Ruby Dupree, CT Carrie L. Durant, BA Richard K. Durant, IET Raleigh A. Dutton, BA Sally Dyson, SSC Agnes Eaddy Angela Eaddy, ADN Bennie L. Eaddy, AGT Cynthia Eaddy, RAD Elizabeth Eaddy Emmit Eaddy, BA Ever L. Eaddy, SS Geraldine Eaddy, CT Ivan Eaddy, BA Louis Eaddy, 21,100 '--.' ' 4 V 15, f ,-.-', I 53" ai. , - ,Q H f ',,v ,A A Qu hx ,l if 1' T C is , f 'm A ' " lf?f'Pf'.l-Q 12113 5, f V3 -H55 4, as s.7gT,L,:, Q- R. A ta L, Q 1 'f x 4 ? idx :I s , f ,J 2 gg, -r. fy f- . . ., ,f T-' ' , ,. , 0 I A "QT , , 4 5 l ' IV, T 'ft 132- if 2 iw, 'SA 42. 1 " it l 'f f 1 f' w , W any x any ,U , I . m ,I A wi' if 51 43 A iv T X ig. ft welll T 'T A " , f J is-f-" ' 'Q J il fzxji 1 Ik lVlarcola Eaddy, ADN 4 Mary Eaddy, BAT ' , Mary Eaddy, CT ' 64 Wayne Eaddy, BA 'if' Curtis Eagleton, BA v mtl f Jesse Earp 374,39 V, T 5 Q, X Janice Easterling, ADN X- ' lt 4? l i 1 1 Pat Eckstine, DHG , 'V' Bill Edgerton, EGT ' 2' 1 1 ei' Joseph Edward, BA A ' .,f,,v T 't K A Douglas IVI. Edwards, IET S ' 4 " ' Q, LY! Tune Edwards, CRJ M ' Linda Edwards, DP Wayne Edwards 128 STUDENTS I nllzjvops Make Gow! C V. Viewing Second choice on the student survey was "The Jeffersons". "Kojak" came in third. These shows are appealing to students because students like the style of the actors and actresses. With more students watching television, studying may never be the same. A V James. R. Eldeeth, CET Levern Ellerbe, MTT 1-3! Tr T v gi William Elliott, CRJ U -i-:-VV H , ' Sylvia Ellis, CT iT 4' f d ' A M ax AI or Ellison, C ig 'A TT ,T Mary Ellison, ivu.T ' ' i,'A?i,,, Laverne Elmore, BA ,J 2--Sl" , , .. Fl I N fl 1 L E 3gh3.:" T 11, ,VT .g,. Tg v .,,2-,,, , .Arif ,pdf ' " f f 'wifdnfffi' TT! r Al Ti? Richard L. Elmore, AGT ,W 'flrif ' --,T .-: -F - I 'ij 2 af 5 Susan Elmore, BAT ,:4, 5,- V Eddie Elvington W x Eldren W. Enzor, CRJ Joseph Epps, BA H 3, VA, Barbara Eskridge J -T T . A Roy Elmore. BA ' s A5 Q f' ll Z I i Hlll Y W ' ev! "l' l" l llll ' ' at 5 5 if ff' J l it -ar '4 Vicky L. Eskridge, EGT P 3 Buqvilla Ervin, CMP T Alton Ervin, BA L lv Linda Ervin, BA gy, Avdre Evans, BAT in my ,Q Q T Claudia Evans, SS X' - lf T 1 5' '- L ffm Ernest Evans, MTT - Q 'Q xl. J. Lurene E. Evans, ADN 3 Q Finis Evans, CRJ T ' Q George Evans. EET ":f5,., "' -- Jeffery Evans, RAD in xl' ig 5' A Lunella Evans, CRJ :ii K ' A Z: A Ka A- Xb ' ls' Michael F. Evans, NET fig-qfffxtiz L ' l A , e, ,y , 5 T if 'X xg' It ,I 3 , -,L Richard Evans, ADM --an T, 8 If sf I s x TT ,E Q, 5 Richard Evans, MTT-II Gary A. Evarts, BAT Ronald Evean, BA Mary Faison, IM Eddie Falson, BA Derrick Farrier, ADM X fu Jimmie Felder, EET L tis, i lr STUDENTS 129 Campbell Elaine, BA Thomas Ferrazano, BA Norma Ferrell, ADN Edward O'NeaI Filyaw, BA Johnnye Finkley, SS Frank Fitchett, BA James Fitzharnis, A CR ,!"N "S 9 ? 48 in uf XX 4 5 if X fx F., -ti ul ., , jx vm 'llrT5 '5E"t James Fleming, ADM Lindora Flemming, BA Walt Flemming, BA James H. Flowers, BA Stewart W. Flowers, CRJ Timothy Flowers, DP Winfred L. Flowers, CRJ if i i its 1, Isley Brothers and Saglrs Cop Hampus ,Musical Of all the musical groups mentioned by those Kool 84 The Gang New Birth surveyed, rock groups were the most often noted, . however, there was a good variety. Some of those America The Four Seasons mentioned were as follows, with those most fre- - quently mentioned indicated: FEICGS The D"amafICS Temptations Leon Russel Pointer Sisters Electric Light Orchestra Rolling Stoves Gladys Knight 84 The Pips Love Unlimited Bachman Turner Overdrive Graham Central Station CTHIRDD Rufus Drifters K. C. 8. The Sunshine Band Buck Owens 84 The Buckaroos Osbornes Staple Singers Happy Goodman Family Isley Bros. CFIRSTD Spinners Cathy Floyd, CT Kate Floyd, SS Rufus E. Floyd, ACR Johnny Flynn, lVlTT-1 William Flynne, IMT Coolidge Ford, EEI' Debbie Ford, ADN lVlary Ford, SS Walter L. Ford, BA Albert Fore, CRJ Harry Lee Fore, BA Roxanne Formyduval, BA Nlary Fowler, SS . Odis Fowler, BA 9, ,wg ' 'O' "M A zz" 1' -. -an 1 ,O ,' 5 , 0 .Ng .WS 'xss I o , s 0 . 'gs 2 ' ' 3' 0' - 5 I ' Roland Fowler, CET Stephen Fraley, NET Danny Franks, ACR Debra Franks, SS Roosevelt J. Franks, HS Sheila Frazier, SS Cecil Freeman, BA sf ff: -s f F. 1 L 5 ' ti wr -Y ., I.. 130 STUDENTS lvl Freddie L. Freeman, ACR Michael Friar, CET Janette Frierson, BA Melvin Frierson, MTT Wayne Fryar, ADM Ctrfford Frye, BA Daisy Fulmore, BA Nancy Fulmore, CT Kay Fulmer, BA Thomas Furr, NET Alan Gaddy, AGT Leon Gaddy, BA Fred Gaertner ,, 4, Gene Gainey, IMT ilk. was x , ,Q W 1 4 45 ,QQ Hluzrl of ,Most Popular mgmg Grvups Eagles CSECONDD Led Zepplin Grand Funk Jackson 5 Beatles 3 Prophets LaBelle The Carpenters Seals 81 Crofts Conway Twitty 84 Tammy Wynette Gayles of Joy Bad Company Taylor Singers Harden Gainey, BA f John Gainey Lawrence Gainey, GED Michael Gainey, ACR J Thomas E. Gainey, EET William J. Gainey, EET Benjamin Galloway, BA ,E ff K X T Charles Galloway, EET Perry Galloway, NET Stephen Galloway, DP Gerald Gamble, Mary Rose Gundy, CT Clyde Galoner, IET Q Dennis Gardner, EET 5 4 Kenneth Gardner Kaye Gardner Mary L. Gardner, CT Mildred Gardner Raymond Gardner, BA Robert Gardner, MTT - Sarah Gardner, HS 4 STUDENTS 131 Sharon Gardner, RAD Wesley Gardner, EET Chip Garrison Jr., EET Retta Gary, ADN Donna Gaskins, CT Gale Gaskins. BAT Joyce A. Gaskins, SS Von Gaskins, CET Linda Gates, BA Cecil Gatewood, BA Perry Gattison, BA Jack Gause, EEIVI Jon Gauthier, BA Velma Gaymon, ADN ,,, 2 tx p I I i'rilib.xE'f' F l X. 'SF -S ' I v""' N., 15.3, " ' ,g ' 'A T FQ", g a- 'Q wf1uiwafw 5 -If , I, A 5 2.'vf'i.:o Pl. 1 .r., ' 1 -52.4213 .i ,.,, to WM -, .fri - .f lvl? . it 1-a "ll 1 A ,4,,g,,aa ,Mya gl R, l T 5 1975 9111! Quarter Koasts kewrd A record number of students participated 5 in Orientation and Registration for fall 91 1975 Orientation was held on August 39' :Ml 25 26 for entering students. On September 2 ,3, and 4, Registration was held. A total of 2 ,568 curriculum students, 1241 upgrading students, and 93 comprehensive manpower students, as well as approximately 80 learning resources students, enrolled. Janette Gee BA Flossie S. Generette, HS Cynthia George, NA Fletcher George, EET Marcus Gerald, Melvin J. Gerald, BA Philemon Gerald, IET Robert Gerald, Jacqueline Ghee, BA Randy Gibbons, Debbie Gibbs, SSC William Gibbs, ADIVI Clarence Gibson, ADNI Gaye Gibson, ADN Henry Gibson, BA Penny Gibson, SS Eddie Gilbert, IVITT-2 Ruby L. Gilbert, William Gilbert, BA Lyndora Gilchrist, CT Billy Gilliard, BA 132 STUDENTS in 4 3 3 ii' ' . WCA! fw' i " A 'K 5 , I i L ' ,f Cl -MX '? Q.: 1 11' 0 . Qghk . ,gg-J ,E I 38211 ,, 5 ,ix 5 5" 6 I .ff A 5" 'Q 31 ,ll Z. li'5-'Q' ,F David Gittens, EET Gail Glass, CT David D. Glenn Jr. ACR Hardy Godbolt, AGT Tommy Godbold BA Leroy Godfrey, ACR Richard Godfrey, BA Curtis Groff, BA David Goodman Leo Goodson, AGT Wallace Goodson, BA Alfred Gordon, BA Lewis Gordan, ACR Robert T. Gore, IET 16591 frafwu 0f2568 Cfurrzculum tudeuts - S Roosevelt Gore, IET Susan Gore, CRJ Edward Governor, EET Nancy Grady, SS Arts Graham, DP Donray Graham, ADN Edward Graham, BA Eugene Graham, IVITT Eva. J. Graham, SS Harry Graham, BA Jacquelyn Graham, Janice Graham, HS Jonathan Graham, ACR Joseph,.Graham, IET Margaret Graham, SS Mary Graham, ADN Rosanne Graham, SS William Graham Fredrick V. Grainger, Gail Grainer, SS Grover, Grainger, CRJ STUDENTS 133 Martha Grainger, IET Wendell Grainger, EGT Andrew Grant, BA Debra Grant, SS Franklin Grant, EET Johnny Grant, BA Milton Grant, Wesley Grant, Donald Granthan, BA Don Granthon, EGT Beverlyn Graves, HS Ernest Graves, BA Sherrill R. Graves, IET Albert Gray, BA mm l Zia' l X l l Billy Gray, BA George Gray, BA George Gray, BA Jerome Gray, BA Dottie Green, SSC Jack L. Green, Joe L. Green, CRJ John Green, IE Linda Green BA Randolph Green, BA Tammela Green DA Walker Greene Jr., ADM James Gregg Jr., CRJ Joanne Gregg, BA Leslie D. Gregg, ADM Tyrone Gregg, BA Debra Gregory, SSC Robert Gress, BA Billy Grice, BA Forrest Grice, BA Sammy Grice, MTT-1 134 STUDENTS La., HQ? sf -fa V .- A .4 , , . A, A 'lr .1 310 gf 2 Nl 'N 'N X hk g l, klxkt b 1 ea: rg k"'7 i t 4 V , M" ' -'-' H 'A" 'W-iodine -"""-1--'fe f' an 3 f l A ,f 4 J ., xy l F. X ,. K V . 1 L ,A 1 s hi Vi, E x 'fa ll l -'Q A-5'-2A51'4,'E xv. Q, ,W -X 1 ily. A MT v 'im 4 .5 A ' 4 lf I, 'f 'JQWM M. ...-if 5 . L ' " ...I " 17' L" 'K'-7:1 Lxi5rgaQ1 f x N r .a n , ,, memmw-my ,E V:-.':d .gli" V ' "1 '. ,f-1 4 QQ: 4. u u JM k K 6 X Q if I W xl Q x f ' In 5 V, A" .. 'Q ' ff 'X .J I ,. 1 f" i 5' " y' ,X si s 5 Andrea Griffan, RAD Ricky Griggs, DP Ronald Griggs, BA Belinda Grimsley Douglas Grimsley, BA Willie Grise Jr. BA Cornelias W. Groff, CET Milton C. Grooms, IET Debra Grooms, SSC Jeff N. Gross, EGT Richard A. Grover, BA Henry Guest, BA William O. Guile, BA Christopher Gulledge, BA ,,,., .. .... V, ,,-.- W.. ,. 7 A Z' . V ., .. 1 A , ., .. A ,X ' L,. if i , 4, 5 '5- 3.1, 09164 iw hm 'J Wg- QI M s . ..,,. ,xi sf' fra . , gg.. f . t N. .t 9 '- Q ' vii Q. y 1, l ,r Q X53-fi: - . ' , i .mix Ho- uw- f' . - V, ,, , Q X. ii. , 5 W el s M F iv? Q-. "4 "J, i Q. ,' 5--ti X " , . X 'Q 14.1 fs "3 ,. ,lf I J .H+ . . ,-. M v,-Q 2 a -33' -v 1... :QM ,, 1- '. ,Tu ,V ::.,,!2, .., Aw, F' ,. W. y., . 1 M .4 Hvfaf '1 I X Q 4. I .- "IIN A .J Q few" 1 VE.,-V F 'a Z A.: ,:' 'I i l ' I , - , X , laeN4m - ' 'S -- ?:,. A G: . . 5, ,, gf Y-225 X v 'L x ef' 5 Q- v- if , . ak. Q Y I A 'G S, X 11 31 5' if QQ.. . Wx W f f I 3- sl YE Jerry Gurley, ACIVI John Guy, AC Jeff Glenn, AC Jill Hodgeman, ADN Etta Hairston, C IVIP Danny Hall, BA James Hall, IET Loyal Hall, BA Ann L. Ham, SS Charles Ham, BA Donald Hamlin, BA Mary Ham, FIVI Larry Hamlin, BA Teresa L. Hamrick, BA Donald Hancock, BA Edward Haney, BA Bennie L. Hanna, BA Cheryl Hanna, BA James Hanna, BA David Hanna Franklin Hanna, BA STUDENTS 135 LaGrand Hanna, BA Larry Hanna, BA Pearl Hanna, CT Silvaris Hanna, HS Willie Hanna, BA Ronny M. Hardee, NET Wanda Hardee, Randal Hardy Leo Harkless, BA Duncan Harllee, EGT Kenneth Harps, ADM David Harrell, BA Lorozo Harrell, ADM Brogdon Harriett, SS X . ii 'hs :ill '1."""f. P Wh .f H NW' 5 RN. I., n V4 '-1 '8 " , ,ag iz at .1 A 3 Q ,. ' . 'x 4- k Q va AZT: I , In . . " Fmt x f f r P I ' ' J s -Arr' may , rw 4.1, fu K f ,af I is : 4' ' , 1 M aff A s vi I 1 L kai N G v,y, f - , , hw' . - ,- .ff A !h ff E Q 8- , 'J-4 x ' Sri 1 Q 1 ivi' ,lf A j2f15, , 1' E, Y '21 A , AR fi ,,....f1g,j5 Y r it wil", A ,, ,.Q 1."'x. --,MY f W-Ti , "S" 3 4155 5' .7 ,gk 1 -,L 1' .5 'fx X-- lf l-,Q F f'.:vlrv vt.. I ii"-, q it f' A gl,-,: .arm , J' je 1 VI .ft-5.15 img- " f 1' 1-' - , ,E f , , A "se, A P 5 4 1, be f we , -. - .Q ans . ' 4'-4 .fl . 'L ,I . f 2 2, , .. ,,.w,, A A D ...Q fs' 5 1 MLM? - -' 'V Elizabeth M. Harris, MLT Iola Hart, CT Linda Hart, FM Terrie L. Hart, SS Williams Hart, IET Frank Haskell, BA W4 - 4 ,f ivmton lvl. Hatchell, AGT X .' if ' 1 William Hathcock, IET Rosalind Haven, ADN William Haven Jr., EET Arthur Hawkins, MTT Franklin Hawkins, BA Roy Lester Hawkins, ACR Odis W. Hawkins, BA Bobby E. Hayes, Donald Hayes, BA Evelyn Hayes, ADN Frank Hayes, CRJ Gilbert Hayes, BA John Hayes, ACR Lydell Hayes, EGT 136 STUDENTS Patty Wim? Political kidnappings have caused much unrest for many Americans. ln April of1974 the abduction of 20- year-old Patricia Hearst turned out to be a special sort of nightmare be- cause she was the daughter of SAN FRANCISO EXAMINER president and editor Randolph A. Hearst. Over the long agonizing months witnesses said that Patricia Hearst was indeed a member of the SLAQ however, in the fall of1975 the situation still re- mained hazy because the whole truth was not known. Even though Patricia Hearst has been apprehended, Americans were 1725: .ev N x 1 X. J my 1 X l 4 2 QW- Kan-f I I ,v I L59 L: .dial-. .. i "il 4 l l l 'l l .M 5. 5 gg . , J y as IV 124 ' i ,, ' V' l 1 tg 'fx 1 ll x M I Q ,AK 5 k 1? 1 " 'AA' t if ' 3. il- Norman Hayes, BA Cammie Haymore, BA Little J. Heath, CRJ Karen Hearne, ORT Douglas Helton, EET Willie Hemingway, ADN Wilbur P. Henley. EET Leon Henningham, ACR Nlonroe Hennigan, BA Sara Henry, SS Milton Hensen, AGT Joel Herring, Thomas Hewett, " 3.2 wiuie c. I-lick, R s.Tv Students Puzzle Over gamvus Kiduaping Mystery wondering if lVlis.s Hearst had been kidnaped against her will or if she had planned such ac- tivities. Some of the students interviewed about this issue responded like this: Louis Jeffords, CRJ: Yes, she didn't have to do what she did. There's a possibility of brainwashing. She could have gotten out or escaped if she wanted to." Judy Williams, CRJ: "Yes, she was in on it. She would have been emotionally upset about robbing those banks. She would have tried to es- cape. Sherrill Northcutt, BAT: "At first she was kidnaoped but decided to go in with them. I don't think she should get out of any punishment." Gary Evarts, BAT: "You can't believe that trash you hear on the radio and tele- vision so l don't know. I really don't know. Joanne Winburn, BAT: "The whole thing sounds sus- picious ." Karen Crosby, BAT: "She was kidnaped against her will but later went along with the activities ." Q. 'fmt ' .P AS A 1 Jerome Brooks, BA: "l don't think Patty was kid- naped ." He goes on to add that she probably joined the S .L .A. to prov e something. John Benge, HS: "She was kidnaped, then they messed her mind up and she went underground. She knew sooner or later they would get caught." William Brown: "She was in on it." He feels that she will get off because she has good lawyers and money. Bobby L. Hicks, BA Herbert Hicks, BA James W. Hicks, CET Jessie M. Hickson, CRJ Stephens L. Hickson, AGT Barbara Hill, ADN ri' Ag, . fx le . y . .. I 4 fy ' Debbie Hin, ADN .4 Ernest Hill Jr. BA Heyward Hill, BA 1 Teresa Hill SS ' Wilson Hill, ACR William Hinds, BA Winston Hinds, CRJ f .,,: , 3.5.- , . an N. iv Q1 'xl .WET 1 . F: 5 nl K' 1K l 1 ed it H1 ff l . 4 .ll f'Xx K lVlarlyn Hinds, SS ix' fi C ivil' , ' ri. ' 5' it r .wk 1 1 Q1 V 5 . 4 l a x f 7 'M V ' .593 , an J: 2 S .., . T? XX Q, 3 -' V. -it uw -- William E Hobbs, AGT Kenneth Hodge, RTV Steve Hodge Jr. BA Willie Hodge, Cleo Hodges, CRJ Cynthia Hodges, RAD Emma Hodges, SS STUDENTS 137 Ann Hoffman, ORT Deborah Hoffman, BAT 5 Michael Holbrook, ADM A - . p Hugh T. Holt, Bobby Holland, BA H V Q M Charles E. Holland, CRJ 131' A, cp ,ad S Marion Hilliday, BA l ,f lv 'AAXJ 41 X - f -l'-A: 111 George Holloman, EEM --H. . ,,,, , Daniel Homer, on ', pm ll'Al 5 '- , 2, Angela Hood, SSC .,,. T Francis Hood, IET 1 Dan Hooks, EET I 1 SYM! , 'N 1. F . Q Fred Hope, CRJ 1 loe' M 4 , , lg X ZA ,, it 5 James Hookins, AC M , G X X - ,... if 'A , Z f f ' l 1 L A . 'V T tsl l Q , Who Says Students Don 'I flaw: Zfllllf for l Fishing is undoubtedly the favorite hobby of TEC Students. Who would guess that many students seen bus- tling around with books during the week are probably harboring lazy day- dreams of catching a four-pounder the next fair-weather outing? As might be expected, other sports were second in the list of hobby fa- vorites. Sports such as hunting, bas- ketball, and baseball were naturally Steve Carnell, BA - Farming Charlie Hunt, BA - C .B. Radio Larry Samuel, BA - Taking Home Movies Leon Gaddy, BA - Motorcycle Riding David Williams, BA - Coin and Bottle Collectlng Steve Moses, BA - Shooting Pool included. Surprisingly enough though, Jack Green, BA - Bowling motorcylces were third in popularity. Michael Richardson, BA - Horseback Riding Some of the most interesting hobbies also enjoyed by students are the lol- Jerald l3UlG, BA " Gardening lowing: Olivia K. Hopkins, SS Wayne Hopkins BA Kenneth Horne, Larry Horne, EGT Mitchell Horton, EET Kenneth Hotchell, BA Tyrone Howard, BA Ernest Nettles, - BA - Recording on fi' 1 Q, ,L 'l 5- Carroll Howell, CRJ A ff 44, W" F Floyd Howell, CET l j ,L ' M: Jimmie Howell, IMT Q ' ii Q ' ,l Dale Howle, ORT Li?" . Q ., 1 l Lauren Howle, ADN g , , "' i , J V E Robert Howle, BA , S' N., ' , Alice Hucks, DP if f Q ' George N. Hucks, Willie Hucks, EET John Hudson, ADM Robert Hudson, IET Thomas R. Hudson, BA William Hudson, IET James Huggins, CRJ 138 STUDENTS ,Cf T. mtl' H 1 9-av l ,e V, - fqtlo .f.,. Q ,l V, , , , 1. of: 4 4 N ll V, I ' . ,-Us ', , - " l I - V v 'l l 1- lx s ll s . o' ' X ll , r . . . Tape t',?.rn xl SE K l N l l l, l l l -w--- -- 1: l . .r . l QW I A P 5.44 q ixmv 1- an l X! ' f l , 'K' Alonso Huff, RTV Donna Huggins, SS Rudolph Hughes, CRJ Marvin Hulsey, ADM Betha Humphries, RAD Dary Humpheries, SS Kath Humphries, ADN Charlie Hunt, BA Earl Hunt Jr., Sherry Hunt, MLT Susan Hunt, ADN X 1 ixx. . l Aldric Hunter, BA Bob Hunter, ,X Emma A. Hunter, CT Bird Watching, Boring, nr Billiards? Grey Cam, BA - Cycling Roger Shelly BA - Carpentry Lana Jean Clark, BA - Horseback Riding Shirley Cameron, BA - Singing George Coletrain, BA - Roller Skating Susan Altman, BA - Square Dancing lVlaria Bradburn, BA - Square Dancing Gerald Yates, BA - Guns Caldwell Gerald - Karate James Ray Wallace, Vending Machine Worker-Collecting Post Cards lVlary Cooper, BA - Sewing lVliriam Thomas, BA - Cooking Johnny Davis, BAT - Swimming, Hiking, Cooking Leveston Wilson, BA - Cutting Grass C. E. Bradley, BA - Football James lVlcKenzie, BA - Coin Collecting Lynn Hamrick, BA - Water Skiing Wilma Copeland, BA - Playing Clarinet Betty Jo lVlorris, BAT - Painting s- fr' GTI A j R- t -, 'V T '5 ' " S X -w Q.. in 4 'R fr Mg r ' ' , f A . .. l il l W. , .-.xfihagogriy-. " 3-its , ,. :13 raft Jack Hunter, BA W- 2' Andy Hursey EGT Randall Hutchinson, RTV Stephen Hutchinson, Willie Hutson, gay" A .fl J Phong Khai Huynh, Patsy P. Hyatt nravtno 1.711 ngfjl r"'. if . gh: B '- g : gif Q A -A, my Fifi fit' l NS, Q4 ffl."-'if 2 "ff-'H Frances Hyman, Herman A. Hyman, AGT Kenneth S. Hyman, DP Leo Hyman, AGT X Paul Hyman, BAT ' William Hysong, BA ' Wayne Ingram, EET , ' A Jeannea S. Inman, FM -fig' l s , sl . ?'svF 1 Annie Jackson, CT M, Carl Jackson, - Chomdon Jackson, BA - ' Douglas Jackson, BA Elbert W. Jackson, CRJ John Jackson, BA 4 Q T55 ,, 3- S 8113 i E, STUDENTS 139 Johnny Jackson, BA Judy Jackson, CT Lorone Jackson, MTT-11 my .fxj Larry Jackson, BA Leo Jackson, BA tail: rtcifssmti Susan Jackson Wilbert Jackson William Jackson, BA Willie Jackson, ACR Willie Jackson, ADM Joyce Jacobs, CT Clyde James,QEET X 2 Robin Wallace, BAT - Traveling Jo Ann Winburn, BAT - Ceramics Dorothy Lewis, CT - Soccer Elizabeth Britt, CT - Writing Poetry H43 Deborah Grooms, SSC - Playing the Piano Kate Floyd, SSC - Crochet, Needlepoint Gloria McWhite, SSC - Typing Shelia Frazier, SSC - Meeting People Debra Franks, SSC - Baseball Kelly Cutter, SSC - Shopping Donna Dorsey, CT - Writing Poetry William Norris, ACM - Flying 140 Curtis James, HS Edward James, BA Frank James, BA Harry James, HS John James, ADM Marshall James, CRJ Mary Ellen James, C'l Mitchell James, EET Ricky James, Russell James, EET Samuel E James, BA Virginia James Lewis Jeffery, MTT Dennis Jeffords, BA Lewis C. Jeffords, CRJ Robert Jeffords, AC M Levern Jeffrey, BA Mamie Jeffery, CT Debra Jenkins, CRJ Jacqueline Jenkins, CT Larry Jenkins, BA STUDENTS lift il Robert Stegner, ACM - Cabinet-making, drafting Eddie Gilbert, MTT ll - Golf James Causey, MTT ll - Stock Car Racing Billy Thomas, MTT ll - Boating E. J. Butler, MTT ll - Playing Chess and Working on guns Sam Nettles, ACR - Woodwork James Thomas, MTT l - Playing cards Howard Kelly, ACR - Building James Legette, ACR - Hunting James Bostic, ACR - Repairing Nathaniel Scott, ADM - Model Cars Michael Holbrook, ADM - Hunting A l l 'Xiu Q .' I ' K Q, Q5 , , f, l , -,AFTA7 ,ix r i .1 ttfilliggi vm. if Tfwwfi q i 1 eh. ., 12,315 1 , ,ffl-15' '-"g,5.3i5:y: William W Jenkins Thomas Jensen ACR Louie Jernigan BA Raleigh Jett BA Samuel Jett BA Audrey Johnson CRJ Barbara Johnson HS Beatha Johnson Bobby Johnson BA Carolyn Johnson SSC Charles L Johnson BA Chris Johnson CT Dargan Johnson BA ' I Mm 'el' .f f 'r f .Q ' 2 -1 -'fx f if ,555 7112 ' x fl is 5 ' x j Q 1 , ., Q 4 KN ff x R H t 1 4 L , I I . t 4 .rf In I 1 H lu. 1' , 1, J ws? , N ' gg , H. ,. Q , .rg R Q Q M ,fy m 15 Brenda Johnson, ADN ,. HZ W T if a I X ,fn '- 4 , -ag li . I 1 tl T f Xu X !l Xa ul 35' 5' I i If ' XV YQ it -:fi ' ' lr, l X ' 5 '- ' -H Jacquelyne James, ADIVI Writing Plays, Poetry Lorenzo Page, ADlVl - Playing in the band Ronald lVlunford, ADlVl - Drag Racing Benjamin lVlartin, ADlVl - Working Crossword Puzzles Ronald lVlorris, ADIVI - Raising English Bulldogs Johnny Boan, ADlVl - Building HotRods Claude Spring, lET - Collecting Arrow Heads Richard Elmore, AGT - Raising quail lVlarle Atkinson, EGT - Playing Guitar Stephen lVlcCloskey, EGT - Skiing Robert Locklear, CET - Parachute Jumping Beth Phillips, NET - Shooting lVlarbles 4 A! ' f v Q ,ya A, x 12 3 l ., . f 1 CottJosey, EET Bird Watching Louis Wingate, CET - Boxing Gene Collins, lET - Collecting books about unusual things Robyn Singleton, DA - Hiking lVlelaine Collins, DA - Going to the beach Anne Hoffman, ORT - Plants Donna Smith, ORT - Snow skiing 84 water skiing Gail Oliver, ADN - Camping Tommy Webb, ADN - Farming See lVly Li, EET - Ping Pong Sharon Dornsife, FIVI - Collecting Plants F' can Z' " : ' N"l5f"' 'li' Q wwv 'f T . ,, T A g ,y E V3 ff' X '- wi QS. 'Q . - sa . Q' 'un J' -snr a, Hu I cz' ,li f. ' . . ', ,, , L if , Q 11. V. .. ,.1 , . . ,W "f-cf' ' ' fi -'.' r. new , , .K W ,. , -, vf., X ,:,g t for ,V ,M - Aw-- N: T yr ra k u ,K A -L X :rm - x 1 X ' , i l Q l " Bl h::uf'.:..-V lr X N K in ' as V V 3 fyggwgvt V if ixiiil IW ai f X , , . - ,'t ':. 150, ' , , 3 ' ir, rf K 'r x' Ai x 1 .. .A- r UWij?4' f'1 Qi? urupus We is 'fag 5 iz ' if wwe-.,, rw wV,,,jg ,,.,,,w-, N M. .a qfuws -fwz mu wp www' gan' ' ' . 'y Qwsxi 'A xii:-, t, .s Q K y , ,iS.gitiM JG x 1 as Jr 553- if ,V at g AhAV'.!AV jqix kg, ,ilgvu k J -'---...s , X 1 af.. , Denese Johnson Donnie Johnson Eddie Johnson, IVITT-1 Elsey E. Johnson, GED Howard Johnson, BA Hrbert Johnson, ACR Jan Johnson, ADM Jimmy Johnson, Julius Johnson Lannea Johnson, ADNI Leila Johnson, BA Leo Johnson, BA Lewis Johnson Lynn Johnson, SSC Marion Johnson, BA Nathaniel Johnson Reathea Johnson, SS Robeal Johnson, ADIVI Robert Johnson, BA Waymon Johnson, ACR Willie Johnson ACR STUDENTS.l4l Willis Johnson, Larry W. Jolly, BA Betty Jones, CT Charles R. Jones, IVITT-2 David Jones, ADN James Jones, ACR James Jones, BA James Jones, EET Jody IVI. Jones, BA John Jones, AC Thomas R. Jones William Jones, BA Willie Jones, CET Jacquelin Jordan, NA NE, X ,.-.af ,-7 A-2 P Tommie Turner, FlVl - Hair Cutting Diane Williamson, DP - Church Jeff Waggoner, DP - Drawing Deborah Lifrage, lVlLT - Ceramics Karen Campbell, lVlLT - Decorating Julius B. Rich, CRJ - Billiards St Poker 1 E , I i .5 l if ii A ' L I i , . . Ira"-num.. V. wk "-5 QA C... '. sir' U , QW! 1 , ,A uw as "gl 5-' ,-,Nm . .., T 1 tl H522 .wfzi al-235235 yy . L.l.s-1-fini . P. A. Rocheleau, CRJ - Raising German Shepherds Grady DuBose, CRJ - Antiques Karl Paul Frierson, CRJ - Playing Chess Robin lVlcClam, DHG - Playing Piano Robert Williamson, CRJ - Collecting Science Fiction Books ,V iiy lVlichael Bedenbaugh, CRJ - Skin Diving Candy Buddin, DHG - Playing Guitar 142 Jesse Jordan BA Kenneth Jordan IVITT Mary Jordan BA Oscar Jordan BA Rodney Jordan Wade L. Jordan, CET Leroy Jordan, BA " V I ls' Y I I Winston Jordan, ACR Coil Josey Jr., IET Douglas Josey, BA Eleanor Josey, BA Kenneth Joyner, EGT Micheal Karl, EGT Nathan Kale, IET Roy Karrap, ACR Carlton A. Kay, BA Lewis Keels, IET Randy D. Keels, EGT John Keith, BA Cynthia Kelley, MLT Lavon Kelley, BA STUDENTS l fx VU i M. W li qs I 57 .. .4 hh. A1-.1 .V 1 Q ' W.. . fu, ,V I A .-.5 ff 4 1 QQ I Z -f uf! . ig.. 1, wtf fm as a 1 :ab si' -is ,.. 'iii FF, Q 1 v-. 1 XV' X 54. ,I W l bs 'vi at k VI Ni fu . "W lv ' xx i , S " , p S L 3 X If 'fl' Sf i 1 . Af- Y xj "V: , A 1 M y- V -Ay . --.- A 4 - .445 I jj., - ,H as , Q" ig ' , 'sl' 4 ,- , 8.1, dk, : fb ,Z ,V ,-W f ,. . 43, rr, 4 "pg, i- I. . A , , . vi , Y 2 . ., . is 4 N .,, .W , -vl Y . 5 . .ppx , Q .I at ...s dx' ,W Q xx 8 I Q . lx N X :A all fs 1 X 1 . st xi ' Z 'Q 1 Haward Kelly, ACR Jacob Kelly, BA Joseph Kelly, MTT James Kemp, Margaret Kennedy, CMP Grant Ketter, BA Jerry Kenyon, BA Curtis Kidd, IM Gene Kidd, CET Patti Kidd, BAT Lavern Kiker, CRJ Betty King Cookie King, CT Donnie King, MTT -Aw rf, ,,,., 1 A an 4,5 -3, V f 1- , '- - ' ,gf A ,fd ,gf , . X., 5 -ggdqmgwif f 15 Q1 , 1 Wi?5rf-523 Q14 fi' '1 :-:- Qf' 235: Sh: ff"9"i5fQL5 'Hi' "' .- V ,,,,s gg ,im WR Al ,.,: R l xx x! Ni 1 X X 1- , lx-., , V. V - , ,G , 11, .. l ,- fa-- X lx, x " . ' '.v 'ax' "PS'JH:,1f. ' ,M 6 M j 4 E I S El , 8.11 5 pt L ' . I 'L' fyX"lA"'f.Xi.l l X f .-,L vs, 3 ,V .. i . K r wtf fflq3.l-if u 5 we 13' Henry King Jr. BA Steve King, ADM Terry King, William King, ADM James Kirby, BA James Kirby, BA Lowell Kirby, AGT Samuel Kirby, CET Wallace Kirby, CRJ Oscar Kirby, BA Willie Kirkland, ADM Ellis Knotts, IM Travis Knotts, Clayton Knowles, CET Marvin Knowlin, CRJ Stephen Kuhn, EGT Jeanna Lamar, BA Hubert Lambert, ACR John Lampley, BA Larry Lampley, ACR Alec Landrier, BA STUDENTS 143 Charles E. Lane, IET Charles Lane, MTT Danny Lane Harold Lane, Marland L. Lane Myra Lane, CT Sylvia Lane, CRJ Wendell M Lane AGT Gene Langley, BA Jerry Langley, BA Fleetwood Langston, AGT Randy Langston Annette Law CT Martha Lawhon BA The list of favorite male singers includes almost Slim jvlzu .75 Cfaptazu Al Green CS econdl fa, fa. Y A-if I Q lx' -ax E I ,X x l .N 5 , ll. Q ' " ,I 6,6 i , ll every aspect of music. The following is a list of all those mentioned with the top choices indi- cated . George Lawrence, BA Wilbur Lawrence, EET Ronald Lawson, BA James Leach, BA James Leach, EET Jesse Leak, ADM Cathy Lee, ADN Derrick Lee, BA Franklin Lee, BA Glen Lee, MTT Heyward C. Lee James Lee, BA Luanne Lee, CT Martha Lee, BA Phillip N. Lee, BA Raymond Lee, AD Ronald Lee, Tracy Lee, EET Vernon Lee. BA George Legett, ADM James Legett, ACR 144 STUDENTS Eddie Kendricks Freddie Fender Cat Stevens Willie Hutch Isaac Hayes Joe Simon Marvin Gaye Elton John CFirstl Barry White CThirdl Tr y f1m,,,., f f F 1 tv 'ty , n nr, l x . , jzkf . hir. l' ' iiivlspi' ' mf. - .z. :ss AXA, . I -1 ' YJ 3- L :U if ? 1 , Q' ll i 'f X -' f Q f i 31,':,"-ft' .--, fs so N s .1-.Q T .loyal .. , x r 5 , 3' 0 v 1 Sizlrtasizc Wztlz tudcufs Tony Orlando Greg Allman Conway Twitty Roy Croce Elvis Presley Tom Jones John Denver Neil Sedaka Charlie Rich Tom T. Hall Mack Davis James Brown Curtis Mayfield Johnny Nash Stevie Wonder Smokey Robinson Ray Price Joe M-ulford Bobby Vinton Oral L. Moses Johnny Bristol Lou Rawls Johnny Reed Neil Diamond a 'vm 4 ' Ma . T X , lg, X ' . 1 5 Si ll .ff ll , Wellon Jennings Ray Charles Merle Haggard Buck Owens Charlie Pride Jerry Reid John Lento, BA Clay Lentz, BA Harry Lesane, ACR Afraham Lester, ACR Joe Lett, CRJ John Leviner, NITT Alfonza Lewis, BAT Allen Lewis, BA Eddy Lewis, MTT Marilyn Lewis, ADN Mary Lewis, DHG Olin Lewis Trailor Lewis, BA Deborah Lifrage, MLT Al Martino Perry Como Frank Sinatra Leon Russell Kris Kristofferson Rod Stewart Glen Campbell Johnny Cash W yi ,,-, K 'fl wil 3 r t ' W 1 A .-4" L l l Albert Lighty, BA Harriet Lindsey, FM Mary Lee Li, EET Maze Little, BA Carnell Little, ACR Thomas Litton, Francis M. Lloyd, BA Jimmie Lloyd, BA Lenny Lloyd, DP Mary Locklair, SS Robert Locklear, CET Sarah Lofton, MLT William Logans, AC Richard Long, CRJ Gwennion Love, IE Timmy Lovelace, Em Lowery, Frances Lowery, ADN Herbert Lowery, ACR Herman Lowery, Franklin Lucas, BA STUDENTS 145 Michael Lucas, ADM Larey Luckey, R St TV Joel F. Ludlam, AGT Thomas, Lummus, ADM Arthur Lunn, MTT Mary Lunnon, NA Jerry Lupo, AGT Gerry Lynch Patrica Lynch, DA Bertha Lyerly, ADN James Lyerly, BA Larry Lyerly, MTT Trundy Lyerly, BA Don McAllister, ACR Woodrow McAllister BA William McAllister EFI' Giselle McAllister FM Morris McAllister IET Marshall McAllister CRJ I , 4 ' 'W 4 .- t. . ' if fi , 514 I 'X ,U f ,Ill -Tj-': " V ,X - " wr Zfe5f'f'I'si'1, ... - Ella McAlllster, ADN f ff' ' 1, I "if Q 5 'zlliw "Q fi iv 4 1 sr, f Rowlena McClester SSC Walter McClellan BA Donald McClellan Blaine C. McCants, CRJ Robin McClam, DHG Mar E McClain HS 3 f N t ' J. BL! I in " r -my fa, , 1 ,ny y ' I Eugene McClain, BA Jewene McCaIlun, SS Diane McCallum, MLT Willie M. McCall, ORT Thomas McCall Jr. BA Sylvia McCall, ORT Mary H. McCall, CT Beverly, McCall, CT by LL 0 izfia cuftou - john and Gladys Knight awed Olivia Newton- John's versatility as a singer was a key reason that she was chosen by TEC stu- dents last fall as their favorite female vocalist. Gladys Knight came in a close second as Lady of Soul over third-place Aretha Franklin. However. many others were also popular: 146 STUDENTS Barbara Mason Carley Simon Helen Reddy Cher Minnie Ripleton LA Belle Dianne Carol Loretta Lynn lVlillie Jackson Betty Wright l l ii l l l. l 1 l l l l l i 4 l 1 l ll i l 4, r I - xl',llll- A 71,-, ef E ' ff' .1 . I . fi I Vo U is if .: f K ' l X X 1 x 1 lx . X H 'i x fx 1 as fn ,Q 4' fi' " , 1, , ,wll ", " ' 1 0 ' r .,",f iz"-1, ,:"r5gMqL1Z,,.gt,fQ wr kk r ff ,T 1 X l l , ,Millet - if Vp 5 ', as - 1 ,VI EQQ i 1.4 1 K i l 3 'X 5 :T l ' X 1 T XX. sewe r Q A f I .LIL ea A Cop 961111116 Vvcalisfs on Cac fl!! Parade Natalie Cole Roberta Flack Joan Baez Linda Ronstadt Gwen NlcKray Tammy Wynette Dottie Rambo Nettie lVIcClam Dianna Ross Karen Carpenter Helen Finkley Dolly Parton Connie Stevens Dionne Warwick Kitty Wells Pearl Bailey Phoebe Snow Nancy Wilson Stephen lVIcCloskey, EGT Bobby IVlcCloud, CET Doug IVI. lVIcColI, IlVlT Augustus lVIcConnell, CRJ Richard H. lVlcCormell, CET William IVIcCormick, DP Robert McCown, DP Ken O. lVIcCracken, CET Trudy IVIcCray, BA Sandra R. NlcCray, BAT Hezikidal IVIcCray, ADM John IVIcCray, ACR Elijah IVIcCray, IVITT-1 Janet IVIcCrea, IVILT Frank lVIcCutcheon, BA Joseph lVlcCutcheon, EET J.T. lVlcDaniel, CET Ken lVIcDaniel, ACR Ulysses IVIcDaniel, CRJ Willie McDaniel, BA Jackie IVlcDonald, DHG Linda IVlcDonald, SS Pat lVlcDougal, ADN Keith lVIcDuffie, BA Elaine IVlcElveen, Linda McElveen, ADN Pete McElveen, CRJ Thomas McElveen, BA Vicki lVlcElveen, DA Brenda lVlcFadden, CRJ Dolores lVlcFadden, CT Eloise lVlcFadden, CT Jimmy IVIcFadden, ACR Jaunita IVlcFadden, CRJ Townsend lVlcFarland, BA Patty Page Vickie Carr Sandy Posey lVlelissa Nlanchester Carol King Barbra Streisand Tina Turner Joni lVlitchell Kate Smith STUDENTS 147 Winston J. McGee, BA David NlcGill, Q Frances McGill, BA 4, s Trudy McGill Zivia McGill, CT C Doris ivlccm, ADN -IM Kim lVIcGirt, ADN James Mclver, NH-T Samuel McIver, CT Sonobby McIver, CT Al McIntyre, EET Johnnie McKay, CRJ Frank McKeel, James McKenzie, BA - ..- ,. Aj X, rf f James F. McKenzie, BA 1 y John McKenzie, BA f If , i Joseph McKenzie, BA T',, , +V' ,, , Karen McKenzie, CRJ ,Q , "' 'T Nancy A. McKenzie, CT a'i C " ' ' S ' .. 1 - ,f as - cs, "rj .1 My 1 Ei t A nl If 32 Jimmy W. McKissick, BA ,Q ,, 1 Y 9 .,,. A 5 v-sr Tereasa McKenzie, BA he A Q- - . 3 K 5 Bill McKnight, R8LTV Ervin McKnight, R84TV at J James McKnight, AGT ' Larry McKod, EET M..- f .. Ann Ruth McKnight CT "r., , . '- E. Mc Laugh, HS z 4- o f 4 , Q I any fi s, V Bebe Mc Laughlin, NA 1 " T if nl " .5 5' i'i'iii F T9 L .-f , X -B-2 f , George Mc Laughlin, CRJ ' James Mc Laughlin, ADN ggi .L 1 1 Larry Mc Laughlin, CRJ 'E F' " Bobby E. :vac Lean, BA . - Annie McLeod, CT 5 I ' llll A f 451' fl Walter Mc Lean, EET z .. . P " 2761? 'ff JZ? Ken W. Mc Lendon, ,LA jf' 'I V T sj' K Ney, , "turd" 5 3 if wi' N I T , I ' if Y 'if fbi' 5 s K W l 'L 'f fx .. fr gg 5 II' Xxx YY l Iiriday Afternoons - Music, Wim, and J Friday afternoons in the student lounge have provided an entertainment outlet for many students. Included in the activities have been free flicks, drawings for pizzas, dance contests, and a band audition featuring Peach Creek and Bobby Brown-and-the-Nlonsters. These events are sponsored by the Student Govern- ment Association. 148 STUDENTS wan--f-.M , 3 iii .-:W v' f if ing .V if Q , ."J' Xf3 . - , 1: ,+L rl:-, My' , - 2. WM- -gr 'WHA i fn'-Q, K, lr 'T fi,e 'lflq . gt 1 I 4"l. Nl Q' U70 i'E.' Nix X 4 l ge, ,,.-l Fi , Ko Q. ry- A l , A ' . .. ,age 1. 90011 5? tim! in the tudmf Aix'-, A '--, fi, Claude R. McLeod, CRJ J.D. McLeod, CRJ Johnny McLeod, Kathryn McLeod, ORT Perry McLeod, BA Jacob McMilIiam, MLT Luther T. Mc Millan, CET Mary Mc Millian, SSC Rodger W. McMillan, BA Jackie McNess, IET James McNeil, BA Clyde MclXless, John McNeil, R 84 TV James McNeil, MLT Nancy McNeil, BA Julius McPherson, EGT Johnny McQueen, ADN James McRaw, BA GIoria,McWhite, SS Roderick McWhite Thomas Mabe, CRJ Aubrey Mabrey, BA Bobby Mack, BA Charles Mack, ACR Clarton Mack. MTT-II Freddie A. Mack, IMT Patricia Mack, HS Robert L. Mack, EET George Macon, CET Jimmy Maddox John Maksin, BA Bryan Malcekar, IET C. Malcolm, ACM Joseph Malone, ADM Lawence Manning, BA ouugc '? If XA 'N STUDENTS 149 Debra Manos, DHG Annie March, DP James D. March, CRJ Shirley March, BA Ruby Marks, Eddie Marlowe, BA Sheila Marsh, ADN Archie Marshall, ACR Audrey Marshall, ACR Maecella Marshall, BA Benjamin Martin, ADM Dale Martin, MTT-1 Frank Martin, BA Harold Martin, RAD Herbert Martin, BA Larry Martin, AGT Leigh Martin, ADN Ronald Martin, CRJ Roody Martin, BA Roy Martin, BA Melvin Mashack, BA James Mathis, BA Reba G. Mathis BA ',-Q i C . A W ,, , . :QW ,. ,E T .erm 3 4 xx 1 s., .ss , ,:.N1:Mi 1 'Q , ,fur-. so' v- . Q .l 5. Sidney Mathis, CET Billy L. Matthews, EGT if yvrr- .Y Dale Matthews, MLT Ernest E. Matthews, CET , Harry Matthews, BA Marion Matthews, CRJ Melvin Matthews MTT-1 I Muncie Matthews, BA Pam Matthews, BA Ronald Matthews, BA Rufus Matthews, BA Shirley Matthews, NA 1 it ss Es S5 N rx: .. 4 'W' Q ,.-,,i GW F3 t x 6 Q it K. I g Q3 sglzgyff Q .4 A '53 arxq if - sz. W -K' n f my 3' I . . 1 Z' 6' Zfltflfl and Now. ,4 Brief Glimpse at Florence-Darlington Technical College's history is quite unique. No other school around can boast the fact that in the be- ginning it had its own private swimming pool with plenty of fish to catch if the students ever got hungry. Originally this piece of land at TEC was a cornfield and the entire property be- longed to Clemson Extension. ln 1963 a trailer was used while the first build- ing was being constructed. 1964 started with night classes and approxi- mately 255 students coming full time. As the years have progressed, TEC has jumped from a fulltime enrollment of 255 to 2,568. A full-time faculty staff has leaped from 3 to 68 instructors. New facilities have been added also through the progressing years, the latest is the Allied Health Building. 150 STUDENTS i lr ,ax ii. if fi ig 1 R "1 , TQ ll 'vw xl. . ,",.n -af s 1 . I V Y i ,qw 47' V ie ' -15' ...S 3 'Xk. 1 ' y x R. ll 'Q in 'sybq .sw I ff- X N s l + .5 ,.. -, - Q xi Q mx? N. ' sf F' U . '- - N .-z R ' ' "Yi '9i""'R'i as K. K .V Axl, A ,,, , ' sgj ' -.Tw - ' Q a .. 2: x. ,A W - sg if-X saw' ,N 17 1 -,W 1wQ T- K 3 X, Q., W' If L H1 ,r-'vw as J J -A -sl - 'I Ny 1 -l-,LV-1:1-I Q - -, .'-':sZg,'g3.f2:- 55:5 .As g, ,- an li" 5 , ,I Sis NF' ,.. N' Qi ix, .. f 3... , ,Q Z 1 ?X.,.s-- ' 'R -9 wi, L. :Vs f ? ATV- g sq' ,nv . - x ,L I , -X. QQ E i E :.:,-.1,- 1.5: .-Y -' ge :- ., psi? 4 ' P' - f, ' x -' YS. " 1 Q 11.2 w , N g. -. gl , sx zxmi ,,,, "SH -. -ja, 3 13 T ' K. 5.37 Eff fi 1 Q 'Q Q,-m,,,.,4.-3 me -:Ag 43, . 1 X .: nf is - ml-i.t2.lef:.2f M...-imc. All T' ' ' l ' hlffl' i513li,k"':' 'il - TY 1 , V ldv' ee' A . I ,ew ,A-1 A ,, ,.. -5, , N iliziemi-l. fm-l P-Tzfiigm if -. we . , Susan Matthews James Matuse, EET Charles Maxwell, BA Theodore Maxwell, BA Bessie A. May, CT Charles Maysack, ACR Walter Meadows, CET Larry Meekins, AGT Walter Meirr, ACR Debbie Mellette, ADN Caroline Melton, FM Curtiss Melton, IET James Melton, EGT John Melton, BA Harold Mew, BA Randolph Meyers, Dolores Michaux, CRJ Sherold Michaux, BA James Middleton, ACR Kathy Miles, CRJ Steve H. Miles, IET Frances Miller, DA Lawrence Miller, BA Liston T. Miller, CET Melvin T. Miller, EET Ned Miller, AGT Walter Miller, BA William P. Miller, CET Elizabeth Mills, SS Michael Mills, ACR Carolyn Millsaps, MLT Charles Mims, BA Fredmont Mims, CET George Mincey, EGT Robert Minge, BA Clic' 5'cl1ovl's Uzirfem- If ar ffistvry and Growth X. srd,,,,..v..-u-Q... m l ' PN- .. STUDENTS 151 Adriene Mitchell, SSC Doris Mitchell, CT James Mitchell, BA Jerome Mitchell, IET Randy Mixon, MTT Bill Moles, BA Annie Montgomery, CT Nancy Montgomer , BA Michael W. Mon ose, Rebecca Montrose, MLT Albertine Moody, SSC Alorza Moody, CRJ D BA aniel Moody, Gretel Moody , .ga in .,, Y tl' me tai' X . A 3 ia L W Judith Moody Patsy Moody, ADN Sandra Moody, BAT Violet Moody, CT Ted Morris, BA atherien Moore, BA indy J. Moore, DA C C Colin Moore, BA Elma Moore George Moore, BA Henrietta Moore, ADN Jerry Moore, BA Richard F. Moore, CRJ Robin Moore, ADN Samuel Moore, CRJ Saradean Moore, SS James Murant Millie Morgan, FM Robert Morgan, BA Wandra Morgan, SSC Anthony Morganti, BA QM" ,Q W if ' 'mu . gf gn ., M A ' " I 'X I S, I u 1 R . I Xkxlvjg Q I. Isl I 1,5 EI .f- 'Rv Q. 2 , .- Y -.iv .I M' . S ' iss" sf-V 4 ' .,.,. :Q X f P X . :W T:-fl I-CASS A t- t. T ' F ' .V - -,s we + . QE, A N QQVQQQ ' . ' I '-w I 'f,, 4, 'V ' Il S . "V: .3 ' fp r 3 My In-we an Q K' I an we Ek F 7 NM, I r A RI -. 23 nt it It 152 STUDENTS C86 15176 is . TEC LIFE IS GOING DOWN TO THE STUDENT LOUNGE TO PLAY ONE GAME OF PING PONG OR POOL BUT SPENDING MORE TIME THAN YOU ANTICIPATE AT IT. TEC LIFE IS BEING HASSLED BY THE DEPARTMENT HEAD OF YOUR CURRICULUM BUT LOVING EVERY MINUTE OF IT BECAUSE YOU KNOW HE HAS YOUR BEST INTEREST AT HEART. TEC LIFE IS PUTTING FIFTEEN CENTS IN THE SODA MACHINE AND GETTING YOUR SODA WITHOUT THE UP. TEC LIFE IS STUDYING VERY THOROUGHLY FOR A TEST ONLY TO FIND OUT THAT IT WON'T BE GIVEN UNTIL THREE WEEKS LATER. TEC LIFE IS GETTING CAUGHT IN A TRAFFIC JAM AT THE STOPLIGHT IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL, ONLY TO FIND UPON ARR-IVING AT THE PARKING LOT THAT THE CAR AHEAD OF YOU GOT THE LAST PARKING SPACE. TEC LIFE IS TALKING SERIOUSLY WITH YOUR IN- STRUCTORS AND GETTING THEM TO LOOSEN UP. Q.. A Q L, 3 X v . aff w 'S Qi . flu 'Q X ,r A Ni " 'I ss.. wi i V wax.-' L T :F f 5 T Pas., - " - 'fs gifs ' T X x Y "pgs I 3 1 1 I Kat t Q XX l if X '93 Q T? X A 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 9 Q 9 Q 9 Q ,xl .- f H, ---'. 'ngil "'f?"llsnlI - 4.1 fi . ' 1- :LH 5,, ,, - 5 Q as ,. ,i 5 K hm Allison Morris, CRJ Pamela Morris, ORT Ronald Morris, ADN Wanda J. Morris, Cecil Moses, BA Curtis Moses, BA James Moses, ACR Parfine Moses Robert Moses, BA Stevens M. Moses, BA Willie Moses, Richard Moss, ACR Ronald Mounford, ADM Brenda Muldrow SSC I Elhutt Muldrow, Franciana Muldrow, SSC Helen Muldrow, BA James Muldrow, ACR Lucille Muldrew Vivion Muldrow, SSC Gerldine Mullins, CT Sandra Mullins, ACM Jeanne Mundoll, ADN Allen L. Munnerlyn, EET Marie Murphy, SS Sybil Murphy, BA Annie L. Murray, SS Harry L. Myer, BA Steven Myers, EGT Eugene Myers, ACR Lames Myers, ADM Nathoniel Myers, ACR Glen A. Neil, DP Janice Nerd, HS Sara Nero, CT AK! STUDENTS 153 'M' ...fl .ac Gary Nesbitt, BA Ernest Nettles, BA Joel Nettles, BA Johnny Nettles, BA Larry Nettles, BA Patricia Nettles, DA Angela Newell, BAT Jim Newell ADM Jeanne Newman, DP Daniel Newsome, ACR George Nichols, MTT William Nobles, BA Patrick Noland, IET Joel L. Norman, AC Charles H. Norris, EEI' Gerald Norris, ACR Harvey Norris, CET Melvin Norris, William Norris, Rickey Northcutt, BA Sherrille Northcutt, BA Ivory Nowlin, CRJ Charles Oates, BA Vanessa A. Oates, BA William Oates, EGT Allen Odom, ACR Bobby Odom, BA Daniel Odom, MTT Elaine Odom, BA Ernest Odom, BA Roleigh Odom, BA Susan Graelyn O'Hara, ADN i ,, ff , ,.,, Kamorudeen Okedeyl, ACM J 'B Rasidat A. Okedeyi, DP Gail oliver, ADN ,,,'.'ff1-I 'sa ' . P X , I N It El:T'5!,g'1 aw fs 'fi-sf? if 1' ' T ll IIX 9 XXX YI , I H , C. , N, , . 5 X ' I ' X I gl w f-1 Cf, . f ,X , ' 1 ' if It ixlix, L. z so ,gift s it , I X is v. , X55 J slab 471' ex M li. is I Xi-f' fx ' D S 5' at all A ' I 'A I WIRE X. I 1 '.'-" f ff', iz H - E TEC LIFE IS WASHING YOUR HAIR ON THURSDAY NIGHT AND GETTING CAUGHT IN THE FRIDAY MORNING RAIN WHILE GOING TO CLASS FROM THE 200 BUILDING TO THE 500 BUILDING. TEC LIFE IS HAVING A FLAT TIRE ON YOUR WAY TO SCHOOL WHEN YOU JUST USED UP YOUR LAST TARDY YESTERDAY. TEC LIFE IS GETTING A CUP OF HOT WATER IN- STEAD OF A PLEASING CUP OF COFFEE FROIVI THE "HOT DRINKS" IVIACHINE. WITH ALL OF ITS FAULTS TEC LIFE IS REALLY SPECIAL BECAUSE THERE IS NO OTHER COLLEGE QUITE LIKE IT! 154 STUDENTS N ,sua Xl f ,Q fm X, i Z' 9 2 ik -- .i fi is 'L Q n 1151 SHN -an 1- V Wx. 4 ! NS A , 3 fe -A A.: , . . f? J -4 wif 5. 4-37, ...Y ,1- N 4 i 4 4 X s X3 K ? 'TQ 1 Q' wi A I ,E , Ezgl A . . .I ' -no 4 ' '- ai'l'Y f ' ' i .fi . sl .- X 'KWSN X X ,R as X Q ' AY 2 N 3, Sv QQ N Q S N I A x we i 5-'-,51.':svi.-S, rt' 5'-220 .5 , Joseph Oliver, BA Robert Oliver, ADM Willard B. Oliver, BA Paul A Olson, BA Jerry M. O'Neal, CET Wade O'Neal, BA William O'Neal Karen Otman, SS Brenda L. Owens, SS James R. Owens, CRJ Mary Owens, DA Randall Owens, BA Laval Oxendine, BA John V. Page, DP Harold C. Padgett, CET Billy G. Page, CRJ. Demary Page, ACR Jasper Page, AGT K. Page, MLT Eugene Page, Lurenzo Page, ADM Leslie Parnell, BA Allan Parker, BA Carlura Parker, BA Brantley Parker, IET Earl Parker, ACR Larson Parker, R 84 TV Pauline Parker, BAT Canstance Palles, FM Thomas E. Palles, BA Billy Parker, EET Betty Parnell Iris Parnell, ADN James Parnell, CRJ Kenneth Parnell, EGT 'LL'ShWi?'5j'fw'..f'Y-W5 if TK ws,-..x.. STUDENTS 155 Richard Parker, BA Richard Parker, EET William R. Parker AGT Ronald Parott, B Tanya Parrott, BA Wilburn Parott, Jr., BA Clark Pate, EET I A Carl D. Pate, CRJ Kenneth Parkinson, BA John B. Patterson, BA Ethel Pattillo, ADN Robert Pattillo, BA Hanna Pearl, CT Deloris Pee John Pee, BA Charles Peel, IET Eva Pendergrass, SS John Pendergrass, ACR Lena Pendergrass, MLT Hyman People, ACR Willie Peoples, NITT Cleaverson Peppers, CRJ Jerry Perdue, ADNI Aloaza Perkins, R 84 TV Cornell Perkins, ACR Jimmie Perkins, BA Joseph Perkins, BA Yvonne Perkins, FM H. Permenter, IVILT Margie Perry, SS Tenzil A. Perry, SS Alexander K Petti rew, Sr., - 9 Rosemary Pettigrew, CT Alice Peterson, SSC Robert Peterson R 84 TV Yiqiiff Q.. 4. . ,C V . , HQ , 1, ,I 5 Q 1' ,Fix ,. V NJ , :Q .,.-.. ,. , , 1 E -seg,-11 J l -va 5 - 5-. ,I .W . """"'F C7 , s 4? -4. i ia Y 1 'A . L- an 'Q' .Q-s 1 es. X, .. .s. V 4- ' v -Q ,- Q t RW .J S fm 1' Y M X M 1 Q N f ' --, X , x M 'T' ff U' Q M , 3? ,s .q J ., . f n 1- at me 4, 'iw ' - 5 , -' X , M 'V N A Y qw X 1 w Q 2 , Q A' i , "J X t X , l g A if wif ,,. .wg 5 ami ,.., 'H , iw Ye 5, lx wx l 1 vs " 2: 1"1,-A P ar -'lc' '- .xs- ti, ,gf K xxtfitilw ' x - """ " 2"f' V --s- EQREYWEQQ? kgs. cs t P , ,J iw'Wurr 5 ':.. -nf 2Qwf 5 5 i A rsrrr it 4 isi Y- 9"'r'C7 FW 'ii' 5 ' X' f i,,, 4 f l Q Q-Sbiltbf 32'-N' . .a:'X,,-,' 1113223-13-5 55215. . 4? riff' A fX Z' 6 15' 1115155 Krfllegc Withvul Wall , 6145555 field 1 5 if 156 STUDENTS Q9 ,.. . -il T? ftp' x A 'ts X . l .5 Y A 'Wil fwlrl x NG. "N an .4 T , v, f, .2 :ff Nil if A 1 2 ' Vi .. its.- ,. . 13. x f , ,. ' " f' -and "" ,G-.9 .- . ,,,, ,Lk 1- " A ,555 il H3 , . x,., ,,. . N. : Z-5:55 jr .2 ' K M , ...WL ' P 1 X"' ' . ., ' f 4 3 '---'- 2- xx ::..:f:.-:Q wig V X f X R V R NX . Q ,- ., S? A g. . . .eg 1 . , i L f' 3. . . -3 , va - . in ,4 .. 4 N , if 7 ' 1 ' ix X. X, .. ' 4 gkgx Q , 1. f , fe .'31f??etfj.r4s. . X .X , 5. f' 'P' 'qui li X J' EE i if Carolyn Petty Debra L. Phipps, HS Frances Phillips Kay Phillips, ADN Leon D. Phillips, BA Sherry E. Phillips Velma A. Phillips, SS Victor D. Phillips, INIT James R. Phipps, EGT Jessie Pierce, Becky Pilgrim, ADN Frances Pilgrim, HS Mary Pipkins, BA Nlaurice Pipkin, IET Walter Planter, ACR Debra Platt, CT Lucius Player, ADNI Sharon E. Player, FNI Simms Player Bill Prah, BA David Pratt, BA Susan Powell, ORT Edward Prescott, ACR Bruce G. Price, AGT Charles R. Price, BA Jerome Price, IVITT Larry G. Price, EET Thomas Price, BA Tony Price, ADIVI William Price, ACM Donald B. Pridgen, BA Abriden Prince, Denise Polk, HS Argela Polson, RAD. Curtis Polson in Darlington, J-larfsvillc, :Ike Ziiy, Marian Areas iff' ' fw- A . - , , fy' :Vi y . ' 1' 5 ' V I 5 ...M sg s 2, f g Q W' A x '- .tsl - x ' I " 5' 72 V. 2 4 I , fl tiff Q. ff , 5 4 9 -.gc ,mu , Lis, - Mn' A-Nl-cj :. -Q 'wfflf . - -Q... gr 1 L-:H-af. if' STUDENTS 157 .............A Robert Poole, DP William Pope, BA Ava K. Poston, EGT David Poston, RAD Douglas Poston, CRJ Jacquelyn Postons, SS Jan Poston, ADN Karen Poston, DP Leon Poston, EET Michael Poston Nancy Poston Rachel Poston, ADN Teresa Poston, CRJ Richard P. Potter, Alfred Powell, BA Gail Powell, IET Larry Powell, BA Murphy Powell, CET Steve Powell, MTT-1 Wilson Powell, CRJ Harvey Powers, EET Brenda Prosser, SS Cecil Prosser, BA Elizabeth Psillos Robert Pugh, BA George Pullie, BA Cathy A. Purvis, ORT Ella Purvis, ADN Pamela J. Purvis, DA Phillip Purvis, EET Teresa Purvis, RAD Theodore Purvis, IET Ray S. Putnam, EGT Arthur L. Quick, RTV ft dl '46-' e wan fH6 , R5 Q41 X S? -Q 'RP an 'fa Lf I P" A 1 Q. A 9 ,ly f I I ' 1 F' 'ml .IZA-AA 'xx I 2 S X, . P.. 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I fgaIa,, 1 3 54 I fax V' 3 li Zur iculums on the Mom Kevolviug U86 Booth at 158 STUDENTS ALLIED HEALTH DIVISION BUSINESS DIVISION INDUSTRIAL DIVISION RELATED SUBJECTS DIVISION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION Tony Quick, CET James Rabon, IET James R al ion, BA Jennie Rafus, RTV A V Charles Raines, ACR t 5 3 A , It .25 :ff ,. , ii ii- 'L 1 l . , yi f' is , 5 , X A K 'S ' Q R b rt L. R ll EET f X ii vig i on 5 M5783 vi L 135 Mr sr' E 1,3 H V, Q Er:-:ins ,.,A , ., . V f ,RN - M I . . R i i bliznf ii Jil fi oi ' "am anks' H5 l Ernest Ratliff, ADM i X A Floyd P. Ray, CRJ i '1""-' S W - Walter Raynes, BA I 6 James C. Raynor, BA I , V ya i James H. Ray BA ,Q iqgx g,5-YTQQKH K A Johnny D. Reasley, BA , 'S i , i , I iP.i 5 Gwendolyn Reaves CT .ifi ' l xi, . X o ' . J f- -i is i '- 1 M J 'ir' J T . Haffv Reaves BA C4 xuxi .o,, I A . i Micheal Redenbough, CRJ tiff Q Qgi'5o3 ."". ig 'W33 l ei7f4 ,og-4+ ',og, KanmnnoRoomn,cT . I V, U Q. i A wg , E? ':,,1:: 4,'b x .15 Judy Reddin, ADN L P . i:q qw hbinu A K bt , g Harry Reese, CET 5, , W-fi Q - . f ' SEX iyijxiiyli "-, ,Ju ,.fffZQ'tfy,D T9 Joe Reid, ACR Q 'fsfiipf ' n.-ni., fiiflfl32f?llg,i,ii?i3 iii mi.-, .175 R' ' R ' i. it . XYi : Q'E iiiiiiliiiz5is:3:iiiii1,iiiiiL'i?liliiiiiiifni X 'tcm e'd' EET x X if 'M ' ,, lx, , ' Barbara Renaud, SS , K Joyce Renaud, HS 5 W Y lk if Larry C. Revell, CRJ f ,,V, I ,X , 5 it A Rupert Reynolds AGT ' V w Q Baxter Rhodes, BA I ik., X Edna Rae Rhodes, EGT 2 lx Robert Rhodes, BA ' e William Rhodes, BA """ "' K 5. Jeannie Rhotts NA ' ,wg xg .ioiios Rion, ck.: N' X Robert A. Richards, BA X X X Charlene Y. Richardson, MLT I Donnie R. Rionardson, CET . Jacqueline Richardson, BA Cfvuuty 5'air fmpha izes 6rw4,vrel1c14 i 6 ffducaliv STUDENTS 159 Nannie Richardson, BAT Michael Richardson, BA Thomasena Richardson, SS Linda Riddle, MLT George Ridge, BA Harold Ringstrom, IMT Betty L. Roberts, CRJ , iss Charles Roberts, BA Charles Roberts, IET David Roberts, BA George Roberts, BA Johnny H. Roberts, HS Lindsey Robertson, EET Chester Robinson, ADM Creola Robinson, HS Deborah Robinson, HS Ernest Robinson V2 -' Eula M. Robinson, CT I SN J' ' r Fannie Robinson E' A 4' -- Harry Robinson, BA y., , 'wi James W. Robinson, CET X, 1 , . Q x in . ' Johnny Robinson, BA Larry Robinson, BA f, 234.3 Lenora Robinson, SS 'ffl' A Lurelia Robinson, BA , Mary B. Robinson, ADN . Preston Robinson, BA ' ' W R ebbeca Robinson, CT Thomas Robinson, BA Tonnie Robinson, ADM Zula Robinson, CT 2 Philippe Rochelean, CRJ Daniel Rodgers, BA Dannie K. Rodgers, EEM Lee Rodgers, BA - f C' It oglg t , "" ' X ,'f,5',x. ' 41" f all 1' 6 35: , , l . it 1 lc .714 the ?alL ludrufs Were Asked flow Uzey Planned February 29 sounds a bit strange, doesn't it? But this year has 366 days in it, so it be- comes a littlespecial . And what do you suppose people do with an extra day in the year? Often people make commitments or keep a list of things that they intend to get done, but un- fortunately people don't always carry out their commitments. When asked ahead of time, some TEC students had startling plans for Feb- ruary 29, 1976. lt's hard to say whether these pipe dreams became realities on that odd Leap Year Day, but some of them were certainly worth dreaming about: 160 STUDENTS Alberta Roderick, CT, plotted: "l'm going to party it up. I don't know how long I'm going to be living so l'm taking advantage of this day 81 live it up all day long." Terry Brockington, Air Conditioning and Re- frigeration, planned to mess around all day long. Pam lVlorris had serious intentions of studying on that extra day. Willie Rogers, EElVl, wanted to play basketball, but Kathy Purvis preferred to plan a tennis game. an 2 Q l A 'Q 0' sf il " fi , tllfliftm to ., E: +1 714.3 Q Z F T . is - if ,I I .3451 l f'-211---: . f A Q Q -ff ,LQ .: y j . N. 'A .2 the aa' f an w R 'A 1' 1' X x f te O if .Q N A in if ,, S 1 x x . . x 1 K K . S. Sarah Rodgers, ADN Annis K. Rogers, SS Edward Rogers, CRJ James Rogers, R 84 TV Jennifer Rogers, Michael Rogers, BA Milton Rogers, EET Statcher Rogers, Jr., BA Tony Rogers, EET Willie Rogers, IET Alan S. Rolfe James Rollings, EGT James H. Rollins, AGT Fielding Ross, EET Fulton E. Rost, CRJ Virginia Rostrow, BAT Aaron B. Rothwell, BA Abraham Rouse, EET 1- William Rouse, ACM .X X View Thomas L. Rouse, CET A W Brenda R owe, FM Edna Rowell, SSC Maceo Rowell, ADM Travis Rowell, CRJ Charles M Rowley, IET Dean Rummell, CET Joel Russell, BA Frances R yan, DHG Smitty Sales Debra Samuel Larry Samuel, BA Robin Samuels, FM Arthur Sanders, BA Cora Sanders, BA Jerry Sanders, MTT in Spend Uzeir 960. 29, U16 ' 'Konus' ' Day of 1976 David Clemenson, CRJ, hoped to save his energy by sleeping all day long. James lVlcKnight, EElVl, and Major Swinton, BA, had separate dreams of playing hooky and going fishing. Lucille IVluldrow, CT, wanted to take a trip. Grady Burgess, HS, stated "l'd like to go to the hospital and visit some sick people." Richard lVloss, ACR , dreamed of running the government on February 29: "l want to be the big man and wear President Ford's shoes." Preston Robinson, BA, had charitable ideas to celebrate with meditation by praying, fasting, and reading the Bible and by getting all the stu- dents together for a great revival. Nathaniel Williamson, ACR, wanted to just celebrate by partying and enjoying himself. Brenda IVluldrow, SSC, wanted to become totally lost. Judie Cox, CRJ, planned to camp out on the beach on February 29 , but her classmate Fred Hope preferred to sleep and go horseback riding. Susan Powers had perhaps the best idea of all- to celebrate everybody's birthday on February 29 STUDENTS 161 Leroy Sanders, BA Linda Sanders, MLT Mary Sanders, ADN Tom Sanders, BA Veronica Sanders, CT Hoyt Anderson, CT Deborah Sandifer, CT William Sandifer, DP Barbara Sansbury, ADN Geneva Sansbury, CRJ Johnny O. Sarvis, CRJ Dianne Sawyer, SS Jean M. Sawyer, FIVI Pamela Sawyer, ORT Richard C. Sawyer, BAT Pat Scarborough, CRJ Timothy Schreckenghost, NET Babara Scipio George Scipio, ADM Annie Scott, BA I Q James Scott, ACR James Scott R 84 TV John S. Scott, EET Joseph Scott, CRJ Mary Scott, BAT Terrie D. Scott, SS Wallace Scott, BA Willette Scott, CT George Sease, CRJ Tom Sebrick, NITT-II Fred Selby, ACR Gerald Sellers, MTT-II James B. Sellers, ADIVI Nicky Sellers, CET Ronnie Sellers, IET 162 STUDENTS 1 4, X X b if D igsiijf ,E 5 1 V -fer M' if 5. af . , it X K? l 1 x.y lei ,ff A x u "Q vw' .5 1 We Q l , ij' ,i Yi Paiff' QXN.. 7 '39 'WN ...fl lm' N 2 G f ' x +,, Si . w . i ' 'z z T N5 if if ft 9. ., , 4 'fi' A f-xr yer.. sa ...,,,,,.,:L...a , .f f William Sellers, ACR Luckie Sellmore, BA Herbert Sessions ACM David W. Shannon, BA Carroll Shaw, ACR Henry Shaw, ACR Rose Shaw, ADN Carey Shealy, ACM Jerry W. Shealy, BA Harry D. Shelley, CRJ Lester Shelley, AGT Roger Shelley, BA Gerald Shepherd, IMT Donald Sherrill, BA Michael Shirley, MTT 1 Weldon W. Showlter, ADM Charles Simmons, BA Evangeline Simmons, SS Robert Simmons, BA Debra Simmon William C. Simon CRJ I .rw ws . .-vw. ,Q , . . -sv, x Qi' .xxx 5.4. X 297 Q 5 ,., .V , .f 'xg James Sims, BA Larry Sims, RTV Robert Sims, BA Annie D. Singletary, CRJ Audrey Sing l etary, HS Helen J. Singletary, CT Dea Singleton, DA Jerel Singleton, CRJ Randal Singleton, BA Willie R. Singleton, ADM William Skinner, BA John E. Skipper, BA Larry J. Skipper, BA Robert W. Sloan, BA STUDENTS 163 Vikki K. Sloan, CRJ Eugene Small, CRJ Robert Small, ADM Thomas Small, BA AAron Smith, MTT-1 Alan c. smith, CET Alice smith, ss Asbury Smith ACR Barbara Smith ADN Bobbie Smith, DP Carl Smith Charles Smith, CRJ David Smith, ADM David H. Smith, BA David L. Smith, NET De Do , Donald J. Smith, EET nna Smith, ORT Do Edward C. Smith, BA Ernest A. Smith, EET nnis Smith, CRJ nald Smith BA Along with the rest of the nation students at UP TOWN SATURDAY NIGHT TEC were overwhelmed by the movie Jaws SHAIVIPOO during the summer and fall of 1975 Number one VALLEY OF THE DOLLS in their list of favorites, Jaws was followed ONCE IS NOT ENOUGH by second-most-popular ' Cornbread Earl and BUCKTOWN Me" BLAZING SADDLES Other favorites include the following NTERHAWK WALKING TALL E MACK TOIVIIVIY HER SIDE OF THE NIOUNTAIN CLOCKWORK ORANGE EVVAY WE WERE IVIANDINGO ESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER THOIVIASENA AND BUSHROD STER 3, BH-BE LADY SINGS THE BLUES E STINQ TOWERING INFER NO NNY LADY NIGGER CHARLIE TRIAL OF BILLY JACK SOUNDER SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS MAHOGANY BILLY JACK SHEBA BABY LO NGEST YARD E F ugene Smith, DP rank L Smith, CRJ George Smith, ADM James Smith, EET Jane Smith, MLT Jessie Smith, SS John Smith, IET Joseph Smith, HS Levern Smith, BA Lynwood Smith, BA Melvin L. Smith, IET Paul Smith, CET Robin G. Smith, SS Rupert W. Smith, AGT 164 STUDENTS Russell Smith, EET Sandra Smith, SSC Sandy Smith, BA Teresa Smith, SS Vann E. Smith, BA Wayne Smith, ACR Willie E Smith, BA Lewis, Smoot, EGT Charles A. Smooth, BA Joe H. Snipes, BA Edward Snowden, IVITT Kenneth Soloman, CRJ Lewis Solomon, ACR Connie Souza, ADN John E. Sox, AGT Patricia Sparks, BA Billy Sparrow, MTT David Sparrow, BA Charles Spears, CRJ. George Spears, BA Sherry Spears, CT ANDROIVIEDA STRAIN MASH RETURN OF DRAGON GODFATHER AIVIERICAN GRAFFITI THUNDERBOLT BENJIE WILD PARTY IVIOON RUNNERS STEPFORD WIVES GOOD, BAD 81 UGLY SHAFT BLACK CAESER THE VIRGINIAN DIRTY HARRY ACROSS 110th STREET LENNY BRUCE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY DEEP THROAT UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT Billy Spivey, BA Delia Spivey, ADN Minnie Spivey, MLT William D. Sports, CRJ Cathy Spring, ADN Claude Spring, IET Willie Springs, IET Edward Squire, R 81 TV Cecil NI. Stack, BA Kathy Stack, ADN Perry Stafford, BA Denise Staggers, BA oni Stanaland, DHG T Davia Standish, HS STUDENTS 165 George T. Standish, CEI' James Stanley, BA Barney Stanton, BA John Stanton, IMT Ronnie Starling, EET Barbara E. Statts, SS Robert, Steane, ACM Olson Steele, IET O William Steen, BAT Robert Stegner, ACM Georgea Stein, SS Felton Stephens, ACR John Stephens, BA Marcene Stevens, SS Jack Stevens, ADM Ben F. Stewart, ADM Emmett L. Stewart, E Bobby G. Stokes, BA Evander Stokes, CRJ George Stokes, CRJ Johnny Stokes, X vxy ' -l-:: Q Q, l ff l t' X X mil hostel Q,:kt -HQQMW Marshall Stokes, ADM Debbie Stone, SS Donna Stone, ADN James Stone, BA Olin L. Stone, BA William Stone, MTT- William Stone, MTT Capers Strawn, BA Maurice Streather, EG Rufus Streater, BA James Street, ADM Michael Street, ADM Edwin D. Street, CRJ Jenny Street, MLT. l66STUDENTS Sql.. Ray A. Streett, CRJ Jerry Strickland, IET Clyde Stuckey Johnny Stuckey, ACM Robert Stucks, BA Marvin L. Suggs, BA Sara Summerford Katy Summers, BA Ted Sweat, ACR Clifton Swinney, ACR Linda Talbert, MLT Wayne Talmadge, ADM Holly Tanner Janet Tanner, SS Rick Tarlton, BA Levern Tarte, ADM Juanita Tarver, HS Deborah Tatum, Briley, Taylor, ACR Deborah Taylor, FM Franklin D. Taylor, AGT John B. Taylor, EET Leverne Taylor, EET Marshall Taylor, MTT-1 Natalie Taylor, SS Phillip Taylor, MTT-1 David Tedder, BA Silola Taylor, HS Henry Teddar, BA Walter Tedder, CRJ Carlisle O. Thames, CET Roland G. Tharle, BA Ellis Thigpen, EET Barbara Thomas, CT Beverly J. Thomas, HS STUDENTS 167 Billy Thomas, lVlTT-II Buddy Thomas, BA Carroll Thomas, IET Henry Thomas, BA James Thomas, NITT John IVI. Thomas, BA Loretta Thomas, NA Miriam Thomas, BA William Thomas, BA William Thomas, BA Willie L. Thomas, BA Willis Thomas, EGT Francina Thompson Frank Thompson, ACR John S. Thompson, BA lVlarin Thompson Mitchell A. Thompson, CET Pearlene Thompson, CT William Thompson, BA Willie Calvin Thompson, ACR Janice Thornbrew, RAD Lawrence Thornton, CRJ. Robert E. Thornton, BA William Thrasher, R84TV Bill Tidwell, R8LTV David E. Timmons, CRJ Sandy Timmons, ADlVl Susan P. Timmons, SS Kenneth Tindal, HS Rosa Tindal Ted Tinker, BA Sophia Tisdale, BA Betty J. Tobias, CRJ Henry Todd, BA John Tolson, MTT-II 168 STUDENTS 4' x in ff x If Q l ' " AF.- gv ..., ggi" NB., -3' .' I ,: ' ff- ,, fig, ,if . vig ll "Z H -5. Qs . for - ' Nm I 4 - ll K Z T Q. T 121: - . ' ., .-Q, 1, 4 . , aw-fl, T V - 'i If 1 Si ll? 5 -F , M K., ,gg I 1 45 : I . 4 1- 57 .5 I' , ,, K gg 6 . - -3 ,Z - 1. TX f N '-,, - .gg " I - ',.. 5 " 1'-fx ,, 4, , R 4' .f' AX V .A lywsqn Nm , 'tai' S' Q 'X iw T l , qv , 'IF '49 i A In " R, Q -aw 1' VI 2 , ff X J X ,ix 4 s X , , l . x X l X l . l 3 'bf' , W ws, HW ..,K B I ,ag A VY' - A .Ai ifJ n .sf ,x iff B-1 Aw 2. 'fi . ..-, 1 Q if A J 'iff' s x i KQQ- H Jil.: tx l . sr F4 W? i .5- dy , Horace Tootie, EET Linda Touchberry, Arthur Townsend, BA Ellis Townsend, BA Gilbert Townsend, IVILT Bernard Travis, BA Anthony Troiano, BA Leon D. Truax, BA Douglas Truett, BA Edwin Trueitlz, CRJ Marion Truett, BA Anne Truluck, NILT David Truluck, AGT Fred F. Trump, CRJ Charles Tucker, AC R Glen Tucker James Tucker, CRJ Debra Tuler, DA Debra L. Tulk, DA James Turbeville, BA James Turnage, CET . K X3 Q I ! 2 " f- r Q. 'V' vu s xl ' r Aff l x - 1 T, . , ff .. ml 'e -2 ri Ng ig. N ll A' l f , ,., V., s ,,lK 5, El '4 fl llg l ls bl zixi Eli 4i,5 ll i s 1 1 Bertis Turner, BA Charles Turner, BA Danny R. Turner, BA Dubern Turner, BA Freddie Turner, CRJ Evin E. Tumer, BA Tommie Turner, FM Robert C. Turpin, Freddy J. Tyler, CRJ Jack S. Tyler, EGT Cecil Tyndall, DP James Tyndall, BA lVlike Tyndall, CRJ Barbara Tyner, CT STUDENTS 169 Jessie J. Tyner, BA Marion H. Tyner, BA Toby Tyner, BA Charles Tynes, NET Bobby F. Tyson, EET Libby Tyson, CT Linda Vann, ADN Nancy Vassar, DA Clyde Vaughn, ADM Rebecca Vaught, DA James Vause, Robert Vause, EET Zilphia C. Venters, BAT Phuc Hong Vo, MTT-1 Debra Voltz, ADN Allen Waddell Jeff Waggoner, DP Karen Warner, IVlLT Osle L. Waiters, BA Richard Waiters, IET Ronald Waiters, CRJ . , qi' 6 'E .S F T 1 ms as? .X - 5: . I 1, . A I .rw A l l ',,. - .'- , i " ffx 1 ?fLQKX 4 If Q. f,k...q,.z.fg3. ,..' 1 Y V 0.4, sv 29: 35 A Ll N73' Wag? QE? 5 X XTfw'we9N ' we Ge ' 1 s.2"?'- 'R , A . 5 vit? f -'s 9' " C' , sl. if " Q ' W T' - ELM' ' ,, ee" A W- 2 . 1 W ,N P ,r -. ' T' as 1 ' ' ' " - , iff . T ' -fs" A - L - . f T ,. 4, L or QZXWQ N Qggggggafe fa X Q7s "ir ,,Q.Mw ' 5 f . , A " L . .i-' 2 . X- 4 l 'w'?: faff?4Q Q, H , S' f A 4'4" f A" T13-JV5 .He ' 2 rf- - , ya: ., Q fu l . ,,,..-."fW VA If ,, E Xl 1' l V 1. 4 ay , - ,J Vera Waiters, CT William Waiters, lVlTT Lloyd T. Walker, DP Cynthia Wall, FIVI Donald Wall, BA Karen G. Wall, SS Shirley B. Wall, FNI Abram Wallace, BA George Wallace, BA Janice R. Wallace, SS Robin Wallace, BAT Roosevelt Wallace, BA Carol C. Walters, ADN John W. Walters, BA 170 STUDENTS 1 'S af-1 ia l xnwx ,skew 1 I il. lf fl". J -N ft, .au-5,1 I f It l ,, A a . F Em O 11 I 1 1 . A.,. T all. X l Ellfzl ., .t ,,. li, ,Hz ,V In l fa 7755 1 I . X X M .- I if A " 5:2 ' 1 A L in lg' ' if 'Q-1252, 4 -. A -A r B.. A A A .J S525 ' 1 ..: ' -I. , .. P- , , A vig' . VAV'h Q J T E P 1',. a r 11 T -1 , . ,..4 P., H ' ali' if ' X. ' 2. H f' I ' . - ,", - ,A'- , . - I "' -ae' A . "" L i 5- I I i . ..', 3 - xl .,,., fl. 6 A . - .1 -T V T 1A'. ,V ' - ' . .- Q I V V 5 ll if as K . In ,vial lgmmil ll: - of-i Q - 1 K if I - .,Q aafam 1 -'41'A it Qfis , 2 C 23151. Marlene Walters, BA Carroll A. Ward, SS Melanie Ward, ADN Otto Ward, RTV Phillip Ward, ADM George Washington, BA Ralph Washington, BA Claude Watford Ernest Watford, BA John Watford, BA Charles Watson, ACM James Watson, BA Michael Watson, RTV Robert Watson, CRJ Elaine Watts, DA Evelyn Watts, BA Pam Watts James Weatherford, CRJ Margaret Weatherly, A DN Deborha Weaver, SS Patrick Weaver, ADM -r fda ,. f. f 4 W Q 1 Q ' "' vs' Q ,f' ' x S 1. 1 . EX, f ga A 4 Q i 6. . lzvlqbb Ti' S., ' , -3 " '.' wi, ,QL fp . ' ' ',' Ifkll, . I ' ' -rs" I 'lk'-' . ' ,h , :gif , Wi K xxx! l ' - .5 . -V 5 W " 'Tx . , f ' A, s A. V , . ,i f l ll':L 21, k i Ju xl Ronnie Weaver Sonny T. Weaver, DP Thomasena Weaver, HS Tommy Webb, ADN Cynthia Webster, SS Timothy Webster, BA Kenneth N. Welch, BA James Wellington, BA Betty West, BA Teresa West, SS George Wheeler, BA Clarence White, BA Curtis Whaley, BAT James R. White, BAT STUDENTS 171 .4-f --t.1g.--un1g- Joan White, MLT Moscella White, CT Pat White, ORT Sharon White Sheriley White, SS Stan White, MTT-1 Thomas White, EET Wallie L. White, CRJ Allen Whitlock, CET Mary Whitlock, ORT James Wieneke, MTT-II, Dan Wiggins, ADN James Wiggins, IET Marilyn Wiggins, ADN Richard Wiggins, BA ,'., A Stephen Wiggins, BAT Q Lee E. Wilcox, BA W X Charles L. Wilkes, DP Clyde Wilkes, BA t James Wilks, EET Mary Wilkes, CT 4370 ff f 1 f f ,f ., 2? Michey Wilks, f Vickie Wilks, SS Annie Williams, ADN Q Arrie Williams, BA 5 Brenda Williams, NA Carsey Williams, MTT-1 Carolyn Williams, CT E 2 it Carolyn Williams, Cleveland Williams, BA David Williams, BA David Williams Deborah Williams, BA Debra Williams, SS Dewey Williams, ACR 172 STUDENTS EQ? fi, ls N if, 'IN , l ff l i - I L. fNl 5 . XQKQQ ?fJT'Q3W 1 - :' . ' Q " Q li ! V Ni W,,,za, ,,,z. 2 2 W ,N L T "Wi: , . H. , figs. .-3, ,W ez' er IN Q, sw , qi ' 57 " 34 'f. ff f ' l .H ,E ' zfxzj Q Q, JN -I , ' 1 MX ' I 1' uf J '98 ,s 1 n-.,,- - laik 17 is ll G - g l f l Ml'w l 'A f I Ta i' ig . , ,, , V ., m 47' . I ,S .4 ,.1 . N f -"', :,. , T V .-'. I Y ,A , . - N 91 ": " I f on sys I .,,., .. ,N My X, gi, A, ,, , T s -' ". - Q A'-' ,',V Q ' L E sis! lil T, Q' Rf Q Fl Nj, arm x ,, E. s l ,I V, ,A . 'llhiihl Don Williams, ADM Ellen G. Williams, CRJ Faye Williams, BA George L. Williams, BA Geola Williams, CT Goldie L. Williams, CT H. Williams, MTT H. Jay Williams, MTT Henry Williams, ADM James Williams, MTT Jo M. Williams, SS John Williams John Williams, JR John Williams, BA John E. Williams, EET John H. Williams, BA Joseph Williams, R84TV Judon Williams, MTT Judy Williams, CRJ Kenneth Williams, BA Kenny Williams, BA Larry Williams, MTT Leval Williams, EGT Lloyd Williams, RSLTV Magnolia Williams Mariah Williams, CT Myrtle Williams Patricia Williams, CT Ramona Williams, SSC Randy Williams Reggie Williams, ADM Sandra Williams, CT Susan Williams, ADN Theodore Williams, MTT Thomas Williams, BA STUDENTS 173 Vick Williams, RAD Wellis Williams, CRJ Alva Williamson, MLT Cherry L. Williamson, BA Donald Williamson Diane K. Williamson, DP H.B. Williamson, CRJ John Williamson, BA Margie Williamson Nathaniel Williamson, ACM Robert Williamson, CRJ Soloman Williamson, ADM Allen Wilson, ACR Deloris Wilson, FM Florrie Wilson, SSC Gregory Wilson, ADM Jackie Wilson, ACR Jerry Wilson, BA John Wilson, ACR John D. Wilson, CRJ John Wilson, ADM Leveston Wilson, BA Paul Wilson, BA Shirley Wilson, SSC Wonderlin Wilson Jo Ann Winburn, BA Robert Winbum, EET Neil H. Windham, CRJ Bosie Wingate, EEM Louis Wingate, CET Charles Winston, IET John Witherspoon, MS Willie J. Witherspoon, BA Bobby Wise, BA Arcie Woodberry, SSC 174 STUDENTS A Q y nl., ,v,. ,wr 4 I Q 4 get ,Qu IS. 'f X -1. x 4, 'K , fl-. -f,,. 4 'V ik. 0 ', if - " 3 58 . ,,. . ,"' W' . , WN: 4 3 :tlfov .9 ' ' 1 , ww I ,. ,J xg. .,f i lf: AIA A . .a 4, Q., .2 V L! iji r' at In 2,3 4 , li I 'I L ,, if ' A y X, E ' f :la l , sr 'x Q, 'xii -.4 XM it sw . 1 t.,., f ., ,M 0-Q gall! 'iff' , 4 352 I .J , X K, .- A . ',., .,- X 1 Q vis-, 5 -5 A v xl lli aw, X XY 1 all H vi 2 :mi Lili!! X vj.Q..., W! Nu .X x Y -1' -iff' , we , 15 4 1, F4 I-if lit - . 5 W fe 'nfgr I I 1 Q, gg ,J 5 K in b Y 0' 1 A . A 1 Mal N K E if x l Af-K 1 y I .J "' A J Y I T, it as ,Mi " l JA .siti 1 I , l - 4 r f. v: .f f ' 4 James T. Woodcock, NET George R. Woodberry, CRJ Jonathan Woodberry, ADM Tommy Woodberry, ACR Lee Woodham, BA Donna Woodle, DHG ii ff 'Asif MQ , A 11 5 aff ill, lltlll.. Q xw' .. wfXQ,C Jia .5 Q. ll be .ll 3-A Q .V fix g ' 5 ess-Z X J X f X James L. Woodring, CRJ Scott Woodruff, ACM Leon D. Woods, CRJ Sherrie R. Woods, BAT Lorinda Woodward, Betty Wright, HS Deke Wright, BA Dolan Wright, BA Francis Wright, IET Geraldine Wright, BA Roy Wright, BA Thomas Wright, NITT-1 Yvonne D. Wright, DP Don Wynn, CET George A. Yaken, EGT U 1-iii fflfltzf ? -. 0 t y- . .Q z . g, ,,- ,, ,EN - J e Willa as yu"-e - - . ' . . 'J Q ' T 7, ' " " . , , A .- ' li . ..,. v-as . sei ' 1-- 1- i-.-' S ,K is X me Q 1 tii- f .. 5 as Y ' 'w ,. 1 . - ws f' Q 3 Q I Y TFM It -. Clinton L. Yarborough, IET Gerald Yates, BA Edward J. Young, CRJ Lewis Young, ACR Pattie Young, SS Walter Young, CRJ Y James E. Yow, BA STUDENTS 175 J l g Q S 3 ,.. ,. k ,. -2vE1K,,,i,v,,. A ,... M f '37-' if ' fix" 35:41 . .,., ' ,gli Z' , , fs 3 I :A fan 1 ,. R, ,:,, ,A 1 .V., , ,zu 3' ,, .... ., g if 1, . 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Marion, 5 ,C, Sanford, N.C. , . .,.V.. n .V:. , V, O,OO.x V-f- 4.. - .- D e ,,,O W n ' ULC RAPT ' anon A N 1 if ' . A L K 2 I O , ' 4 Compliments of VULCRAFT PostOffice Box F-2 Florence, SC 662-0331 ADVERTISEMENTS 183 PEE DEE STATE BANK Timmonsville ! .M , -..E s !,E.1, 2 vlubk nw-,,,1'5,,, . t.aov...,,,F:::.'i. , -mai COASTAL COCA COLA BOTTLING CO FOOD SERVICE INC 184 ADVERTISEMENTS I .I 1 S l al ROLLER BEARINGS kzfller Hearing Earp. of 5. 6 lVlanufacturer of Anti-Friction Bearing U.S. 15 South Hartsville, S .C. Extends Congratulations And Best Wishes To The Graduating Class Of1976 Florence Darlington Technical College ,ffif 15,5 ' f gi f . f'i,f'f:3 Q for X "THE LAlVlPLlGHTER" - CAIVIPUS BOOKSTORE ADVERTISEIVIENTS 185 186 ADVERTISEMENTS WELLMAN INDUSTRIES INC JOHNSONVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA 29555 386-2011 ce MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS 'Vlechanical Contractors AIR CONDITIONING 7? 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P, '4 , ,x ,gf-., -J , I 34 ' 'I "H-f A .-V ,Yi hsxiffls N-4 F . ,J-I The receding a es are the result of much P I9 9 hard work, time, and patience on the part of the yearbook staff, and we sincerely 0 hope you will find them to be an accurate and full account of the 1975-76 school year at TEC. I would like to give special thanks to Miss Susan Laughter, our adviser, for her dili- gence, perseverance, and concerted ef- fort to make this the best yearbook ever. I would also like to thank two people who were not members of the yearbook staff, but who made major contributions to this book. They are: IVIr. Gordon Bobbett, who deserves full credit for much of the excellent photog- raphy contained herein, and IVlr. Fred 192 Bostrom of the American Yearbook Com- pany, for his invaluable technical as- sistance. I myself will take full responsibility for any errors or inaccuracies that-may be in this book, and although every effort was made to avoid these things, errors in- evitably do occur. I will always remember my time at Flor- ence-Darlington Technical College for its people, for the wealth of knowledge it holds for those who seek it, and most of all for the many things that I have gained from being a student here. It is my sincere hope that this yearbook will serve to bring back many similar mem ories of your days as a student at TEC. ' 4, EDITOR i X A JA . -' '4-u Yum Y I ' u 1 4144!


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