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

 - Class of 1983

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For those of us who are ending our days at TEC, we look forward to the future. . k ' TEC is the place to be in '83g and we are very excitedabout the new faces as well as the old. We would like to take this opportunityf toigiiie' our best wishes and warm regards as you take the walk down the lane of learning and experience here at Florence-Darlington TEC. 1935 ' Q rg. i i i l There ha ve been many changes in the communities served by Florence-Darkngton Technical College during the hrst twenty years of its existence. A great portion of "the old days" has given away to a new and advanced system of high technology. ln the creation of this new and exciting environment, Florence-Darlington TEC has indeed played an important role. As TEC celebrates its twentieth anniversary we can onhf look toward the future of the College and you, the student. ln a new society it will be your responsibility to prepare for a rapidly changing life-style and fob market. At TEC l feel that you ha ve the facilities to acquire the skills and meet the challenge of a highhf technical society. l would like to extend to all of you, graduates as well as those who are with us now my best wishes. As graduates of TE61 you ha ve the opportunity for a brighter future in a rapidkv advancing world l applaud your decision to continue your education here and feel that you will benerit from it. 7 ff Fred 0. Fore President a F I 1 P n f 1 I few. M- M ALLIED HEALTH Dental Assisting Dental Hygiene Medical Laboratory Technology Radiologic Technology Respiratory Therapy Surgical Technology 4 - I H 9- -I I 1 1 E f f e I I 'il Q 'SP l 'BO agmw I 1 7 6 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Business Accounting ' Data Processing Fashion Merchandising General Office Secretarial Science ,id Transportation Management fx W' I CONTINUING EDUCATION Allied lleaith Automotive Business Administration Civil Community Interest Data Processing Electrical Heating and Air Conditioning Industrial Machine Shop PRE-TEC Special Supervisory Development DEVELOPMENTAL swans Allied Health Prep Business iirep SEDE industrial Lab Deveiognnenta 1 1 1 i l Q I AA- n i 2- J Q- ,N x xl., K g. if Tim- ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Agronomy Civil Engineering Technology Electronics Engineering Technology Engineering Graphics Technology Industrial Management Technology Swine Science Technology Industrial Electronics f f X X f 5 fi 29149573 12, L,, 4 GazRE11nL snucmfm Crimihai justice Funeral Services Human Services Vocationai Technology Education INDUSTRIAL TRADES Aircraft Maintenance Technology Automotive-Diesel Technology Aviation Technology Climate Control Industrial Maintenance Machine Toot Technology Welding LLL . Q of ,, 4 C f ' K XV , , NURSING M 4' 'tv . f V:'l If 'a Ui1"'f,,. L' J' "" M ., lx MANPEWER Automatic Screw Machine Career Exploration Developmental Educational QCETAJ Hotel Motel Management Painting and Wallpaperlng Plpefittmg and Plumbing Ward Clerk W M M Clerk-Typist ' AW Cosmetology A ff 41 W 5 fa ,aww W , fl? ' Z ' , H f y . . g 3 I, I 3' . S' Y , we XM A f X ,XI l Hm- HG' , K ,Ka ,, A Ll 1 -Ev ,,- . ,Q-we L V, F, ' '14 1 Q, ,J yu jo l in L , r f- v - ' PEI' WP." if ffifif T r 'H' M' ' B f 5 E . '-V ' 15, ff -5 . ', 1 .xv Q ,-,yur-?,. . ,,.,1-ff W V x ge ,, 'f ru ,Eff 1 . ' V Inflfgul V. - 1.1 I H4 t fix Y I, 'uf-,x v 'f . Z i - li Valvollne I K. ,,,..-f" x 1-' 1 . 5 L 4 i ? , ' """'M YQ! lx IA 3 F 4' 1 1 nr 50345 Z!!! 5 N5 4 ws W 'Tb-:K MM f Q XX 1 X 1 1 ff f V ,, w , -1 TN Q , ,gag-',: ff X15-fjJ..: . .. Q if P25 -, - V , ..,, ...M ,xr P ' , Q W' Et' 5 y wif-734 , gk " ' - P 1 X" j5g4,'t:'1"" tg-2 1 f45'l!"" ww, V .. .... If ,M rfmaf-Ear" A:'n , ., AF Affi-5? JEFF 3 1 .3,'.L..Q1 .4 32. , -1' 4 V x 'mf .1-1--'J if 'HN Mi E' -w A-'Q ,M-..., 'f X, fr' J vQ I wr J. Ag, r 'sf Lg, V , . ' mu 5,5-:,.. ' 'sf i1Q:, , 'wifi J Yfgygyx .1 Ugg Jay., ' 'F ,' lf rl we-C :fy ' N " 4 Q 4 I , N I i v 111 X 1 X , . ,.,, . l-i TABLE OF CONTENTS groggfignglsle ...................... pe I p ..................... Training ......... ..... 9 8 Clubs ........ ....... 1 28 Student Life ...................... 142 E-E5 K 31 gl? anna I " T aa a U 4 . , ' Ls A -'xv' " - I b 3 N TE' T 3,2-A up PROFESSIONALS , v W . , 1- qv. , ,-,fn-. H - - ' I, VW! f f 5 I I I fi my Cav-bf' V H 11 Q fm. my V V fwwww 4 4 , .fs f 7 4 ,sw 1 1 Y Y , 4 Fred C. Fore President ii 'vw Laurin Lowder Executive Vice President Efford Windham Vice President for Finance A w f1,?n Richard Sale Dean of Students " x 'x 1, 2 fm 3.6. Hudson Dean of Continuing Education 3- ...Q Dr. Darrel Staat Dean of Instruction Judy Baker Administrative Assistant, President's Office Frances Ward 2 Staff Assistant, Executive Vice President Bonnm Fanmng Secretary, Dean of Instruction Fehcm Hudson Secretary, Dean of Students Virginia Spivey Secretary, Dean of Continuing Educahon Lynn Arthur Secretary, Vice President -- Budness 1 V' . . .5: fl, a .rf Y miafeonef-memes A meconvis 'ro set you . f f .f . We ,,,,. -,,, , is ki' . 'J' -fag '-eu.. 'Sm "rr --eq :r::. 1 2 i 5 i A i i i Sandra Nelson Secretary, Admissions Office George W. Sargent Assistant Dean of Studentsfiiegistrar Lisa Gaskins Secretary, Assistant Dean of Instruction Wanda Wilkes Secretary, Dean of Instruction F. Charies Rives, Jr. Assistant Dean of Instruction 3... if If X W 9 ei? il' 'S OA 4 1. Brenda Welch Secretary, Allied Health Division 2. Lauralu Coleman Secretary, Business Division 3. Calvin Cannon Secretary, Developmental Studies Division f 4. Angie Lee Secretary, General Education Division. 5. Anne McLean Seeretafy, Engineering Technology Div. wnd'7wR"'- 1. f 17. 4' ff , M l a akwza W :L fav , 7 9 4 b 4 fra! I 7 2 P --"' f , fi , 8- ' M , , f 'wg , , 47 1 76 , ,E , , . -:Q-1-1:41, f jf X Vg 1151, H hu..-. , . ,,, mMf"""" l ,.. if Ml Q ' -VL ff' I .A k ' ' f fs ,,f ,fy -hw.- ,.,. W 1. Emily Mobley Public lnformation Officer 2. Donald Weatherford Printer, Public Information 3. Betty Grooms Secretary, Public lnformation 4. Earl Walton Graphics Artist 5. lames T. Foster Research and Grants Coordinator 6. Nanette Shelley Foundation Activities Director .........,, ww V 2 W c F 2... .vw,'N.. ,ff-naau X 3 S 5 Z F3 is I Z ww I If ' . ?wa . , 5 1 : Q f -:-"J-:Zi gf , f T-'ff cv yfiff ir- ,,,, v waaavvggf , iii. N , , "1 if 1 ,pi ffifz - 4 X v . ,Mia f , '. Vj J, , arf' J,-, m y ,E,Qgf53I 1 of L ,Q ..i,:: MQW 4 2 5 ' , 'f - 4 5 iff sig ,swan-v ,lf Q l 6 , ,, f , if? , I U K i X, i fi -e-.MM-,Q f' i 9 x i i 2 i i ,-4 WMMWWM K X . -........, ."C. Y x as 4 ' zxebg. 4 X ,I .l' f -xr ' i IL? lk' R .A A :Gs , 1 l - :A ' ,. .nt A f' ' Whig "Wm 6 Rag 1' A .-., al 'lr 4': L ...nf " .4?""" - """"' 1. Doi Hartz Personnel Officer 2. Karen Perkins Secretary, Personnei Office 3. Barbara Miiihouse Accounting, Business Office 4, Toby Elvis Accounting, Business Office 5. Elizabeth Howie Accounting, Business Office M ff . . 'High f ., , f so , 1 f 4 ' ,A ,l a ffi',,,,?- 5 .. . 4 gf V ' 12' 'ff ,ir Z iffy get 2 -N V -2 i fi ,V . .L by . V. X x 1. Richard Walker n Accountant, Business Ofiice 2, John N. Blackmon Buyer, Business Office 3. Auda Weich Accounting, Business Gffice 4. Karen Cook Cashier, Business Office 5. Keily Pigaie Accounting, Business Gffice 1. Luther Rabon Coordinator !Accountant lor Title lll 2. Patricia Miller Data Control Clerk 3. Julie Akridge Accounting, Business Office 4. Lou Ann Dayton Accounting, Business Office 5. Tom Freeman Maintenance Superintendent 5 e 'iw 5 i E 1' A i 1. David Windham Maintenance 2. Carolyn Vihiiiams Clerk, Shipping 8- Receiving 3. Wade Norris inventory Control, Shipping 81 Receiving 4. Elbert Wright Maintenance 5. Wiiiie Sawyer Maintenance llllllllilllllli 39339 1. Cathy Hilburn Secretarial Staff, Maintenance 2. Leridora Gilchrist Secretarial Staff, AdmissionsfRecords 3. Margaret Stokes Secretarial Staff, Executive Vice President 4. Myrtle Brown Chief Records Clerk, Admissioaisfllecorris 5. Mary Hayes Clerk-Microfilm, Student Services minimum 1. Mary H. Griggs Director of Financial Assistance 2. Annie Brown Data Control, Student Services 3. A. Norman McKee Counselor, Business!General Education 4. Mary Staat Counselor, Allied Health!Nursing 5. George W. Yarbrough Industrial Services Representative -A Y I if s f f Ilggff fyf 1 'lf , K 6.3 I ' J 4 A 4 ff f 1 f f f f 1 Y Q ij: gms, fix 1, Marsha Beasley Staff Assistant, Student Services 2. Cathy Mctarera Director of Admissions 3. Francena iohnson Data Controi, Student Services 4. Elaine Bines . Secretarial Staff, Admissirmnsffrecofds 5. Tom Greer Counselor, Counseting! Placement me 'Y U J '-me """i'llt-f .D-4 ,Av 'lift WW 'W S H I "TN ri'-: ' T W rf, . L - M rx Vg. rj- Q Y s - ' np: jf, Q 5 S- WW ' ss s ,r.. , b x N,-g 1 W -sk 5 If ""'iun-. "'U..4-arm. Q 1. Susan Winchester Coordinator, Student Activities 2. Bunny Hatcher Office Assistant, Financial Assistance 3. Susan Purvis Secretary, Financial Assistance 4. Debbie Polk Secretary, Student Activities 5. Kathy Locklair Secretary, Counseiing!Piacement t X 5 s EJ sx X L Doris Howard Secretarial Staff, Continuing Education 2. W.M. Cameron, Jr. Assistant Sean, Continuing Education 3. Wayne Sims industrial Coordinator, Continuing Education 4. Katherieen Jackson Secretarial Staff, Continuing Education 5. Linda Floyd Secretary, Continuing Education MMM.. 1 ,M-ms W- "" ' .N ,,.f--f C ,C ,V 5, .41 'ig f' --'- ---.X X-if QWM.-. W wmwvv ' f, 74, ,, I 7 Q , VN , , X, N ix SN ,- fWfW f ,W . 2 2 X '. 2 fffyf, 211: , ' Qf ff ? 4 f W f 1 M64-'eff f, f 6 2, rg! Q ',. 7 7' f 1 4 iQ 'A 141 7 ffff 7 Z , ff ' zesfazgg f' 7 Q Z' f , ,f 3 fi ,n .. X f W V ,f 6 2 waffqff Az, f CLA ' , ' f W dw . 'dy 1, 2 f , , " W .wa I f A 4, ff f X 1 W? M I ,, ,i w , ff ,A , , 4 . ,, Z A 1 43 Y 5 S 355 i' w..,,,y,W f Z 7 1, , :M ,.M,Tw:,, '14 'Mm Z f Nvfffa A M ' , 7' s. 'W R I w ,1 " A fv, ,, amy D :X 6' 'H - ' f Z7 ,waeonqmws --...,,,,m! -N s"""""'n..,,w , ,M X """'-W, Mm I 1 A' ' 'z ,L-W47,.., " ., K 4 if 5 AI 0 , 1 . Betty Griggs Secretary, Continuing Education Cynthia Burley Secretary, Continuing Education 3. Cheryi Rice ' Counseior, Speciai Services A Maggie Glaver X Proiect Director, Speciai Services 5. Beborah Morris SBCTEXZW, Special Services 'ily N! ,X , .an 1. Ed Roberts Coordinator, Cooperati 2, Elizabeth Hobeika Library Assistant 3. Ieroneli White Librarian 4, Linda Coe Library Assistant 5. Margaret Roberts Instructor, Dental Hygiene IE I 1 mst.: untill gi -3441 mumbai f M 4 f 'Wm Z ff WW 1 DHHS 3 7' r 1 ff WM . V 5, f 2 W f ,,, 7, A , 1. Anthony Kobukowski Department Head, Respiratory Therapy 2. Dr. Arthur Herschait Division Chairperson, Allied Heaith Division 3. Jamie Moss Instructor, Dental Assisting 4. Sue Neli Bethea instructor, Dental Assisting 5. Ruth Biiier Department Head, Dental A 1. Beverly Rapp lnstructor, Surgical Technology 2. Harriet Barnhardt Department Head, Medical Laboratory Technology 3. Kim Jordan lnstructor, Surgical Technology 4. Ioan lettords lnstfuctor, Deatai Assisting 5. Nelda Spears Instructor, Surgical Technology 6. Deborah Allen Department Head, Surgioal Technology 'T' 'J 1. P .am liwllivwx 4' lxth-C14 ' xi' 1 ik , ,X ...xl X ,,'4, , t'a- as 'ir B, 'i"'l,..A l 4-HQ' T ' . 'V fill 1 " ru' ' "Q 4 3 ffixe, 1 ran fa i 'ln "EU .iiribv ... ,, . Wmsar 1: PDQ A k in ,W ,mmmw-""' "'u,5w,,, is ,.,,,,,,,,..,..--- A-" ms... NNNM. .Ass Sci 1. Wilson Sanders Chairperson, Business Division 2. Sue Lynch Department Head, Fashion Merchandising 3. Marcia Jensen Department Head, Computer Data Processrng 4. Ray Windham Department Head, Marketing 5. Ken Longrie Lab Assistant, Computer Data Processrng ss XS ..r,s -fxs Qs 4--. .ob r r .X .sr Www 73-' .-,,.,f' ,,.,...-'f""', Nw... "Nw--.4 'fx -.fy--.....,,,4,-0 '--....,,, tj, N 2, fi, ,WEN """"--.,n.,N. f NK E 1 . , F ,E x XXX aw A t Q lx tx Q X Q X 'X X X t ft x wax K X X xox- X1 X ,, XX xx X X A XXX X W 1. iay Stone Instructor, Marketing 2. ice Norris instructor, Accounting 3. Kathy Dowhng Lab Assistant Secretarial Science 4. Frances Sims 1 instructor, Secretariat Science A, M 5. Mary Frances iones . f Department Head, Secretarial Science 11 f M X fy! ' f' ' f t-all, 1 ' M , xyffr , ,,,,,t, r my-. Q2 ?miRwo 3 xx M ' T - ff ,K f A W f, , ff 14 M -r, ,r:,4f4- ,- f iffy 'W W W wg! ' Q ,' . , 1, Jennie Miller Instructor, Secretarial Science 2. Robert Jenkins Department Head, Transportation Management 3. Larry Godwin Lab Assistant, Civii Engineering Technology 4. lohn Fanning Instructor, Givii Engineering Technoiogy 5. Albert C. Beige Department Head, lnfiustriai Management Technotogy 5 MW 'M SSW. J' ev if ew 1, Andrew Hicks iinstrurztor, instructrial Electronics Technology LE. Cox gilhairperson, Engineering Technoiogy Division 23. George Rider rDepartrnent Headf Electronics Engineering Iechnology 4, ioel Andrews Department Head, Engineering Graphics Technology r 5. Larry Gruiick instructor, Electronics Engineering Technoiogy it r ' 1 mfmxk 4,5 m f .4 f f lily.: .f .f X77 U r W 5 Y xt N 2 Z sw S WW 5ggWQQVN :ii 5 tt ss? x Axx sw Qs XQ XS X Ss X wks Q Q - m, Q Xxx gs X x 9 t Yffif X MQQ QAXYWSQN sxsxsui nwXNMssw X555 X, X -QSTTS Q : -'xk .iff-Q' fits" XX X . X X sm.:AKwxWW sm. ,NAAQS 1. X ti 1. Pat Earle 'nxt Instructor, Agronomy Technoiagy s 2. Henrietta Carfigan Chairperson, Devetopmental Studies 3. Mamie Bostic Associate Teacher, Uevetopmentat Studies 4. James Chapman Instructor, industrial Electronics Technology 5. Wiima Whitaker Devetopmentat Studies Department Head, Mathematics ttttt E S ,,...,n-ul QQwNw NA-MM.x 1 I 1. Mary Riley Instructor, Developmental Studies 2. Mae Lyde Associate Teacher, Developmental Studies 3. Evelyn Fraley Associate Teacher, Developmental Studies 4. Barbara Copeland Developmental Studies Department Head, English 5. Bunny Beatson Associate Teacher, Developmental Studies .w , ,F ff, 1 4 ,, f , My sf M f f 1 ' 4 ills ,Q 4 f , 4 'iff ,af 1 r 1 9 44417 .- r-.M m X .W Xxx fbi r0Im,.,,,M, if xv 1. Barbara Thayer instructor, Developmental Studies 2. Carol Mclley sum rm Chairperson, General Education Division 3. Patricia Blarion Department Head, English 4. Holly Westcott lnstructor, English 5. lohn Pritchett Department Head, NEathematlcs!Science 3 if 1, Addison Barker instructor, Engtishf 2. Mike Norfeif lnstructog Biology 3. Adne fleigier' instructor, Mathematacs 4. Naah fl-Eeniey Instructor, Bioiogy 5. wiznam xma rd inStmctor,,PhySiCS 4 ,W rf Z f 1, Benny Pate Instructor, Chemistry!Physics' 2. Fred Culler Department Head, Human Services 3. Elizabeth Woods instructor, Mathematics 4. Walter Spear instructor, Psychoiogy 5., Sandra Griffin lnstructur, Pgychaiogy 'T' 1. Paul Barth Department Head, Criminal Justice 2. Philip Pifrpura instructor, Criminal iustice 3. Robert Hodgens Instructor, Social Sciences 4. Stan Kellett instructor, Mathematics 5. Ed Jackson instructor, Climate Control QQ! K Q -at X N a n Al- " l i - s S 1, David Barr Chairperson, Industrial Trades Division 2. Richard Joyner Instructor, Auto-Diesel Technology 3. Reese McCrary Department Head, Auto-Diesel Technology 4. Danny Miles Instructor, Diesel Technician 5. Edward Ham Department Head, Climate Control si S w S 6 W e K Y N3- 8 ig x i Affinia . W' L-Q ,, J, N A 'Y' , , f "' W A 414. W f 0 'V' , 3 ff 4 2 4 Q f 0 a , , we M, ,Q ' 4 ,Q Z4 g. . I M T 1 Jw 1 l i a x 4 HI ls 3. xx ?l'4 rj' I 'ftp 1' 1. William Stone e a Instructor, Machine Tool Technology 2. Henry Anderson Instructor, Welding 3. Homer Pointe Department Head, Aircraft Maintenance Technology 4, Al Yendall o T Department Head, Machine Tool Technology 5. James Mack a T lnstructof, lVlacl1inelTool Technology 6. Charles Byers T ' T Instructor, Aircraft Maintenance Technology i if pe if hDl"W"' ' 1 ilu I 1 2 'Wai if Le:i9y Rscba yds0n Departmenft HSM, Indznstrual Marntenancefwekdmg eg aonala ghiriaw ' Chairperson, CETA 3. I.TQ Franklin Counselor, BETA 4.' 3ifnmy L65 PMO-lnstfuctof, CETA 5. Steve Sansiiury Couryselor, CETA 'hs-.A Ng 1. Mary Teal Instructor, Nursing 2. Biitie Boette Chairperson, Nursing Division 3. Paula White Instructor, Nursing 4. Susan Grubbs Department Head, Nursmg 5. Joanne Ulmer Instructor, Nursing 6. Phoebe Smith Instructor, Nursing A,-1 :ew 7, fa' fwfgff ff 'ff X X X 1. Miriam Laney instructor, Nursing 2. Miriam Stephenson Instructor, Nursing 3. Latreii Fowler Instructor, Nursing 4. Ann Brown instructor, Nursing 5. ist Row: Mary Timmons -P Grill Person Bobbie Bailey - Head Cashier Sarah lohnson -- Cashier Q Znd Row: Helen Howard -- Cook Janet Faulkner -M Unit Manager Cariene Strawn - Griii Person SPECIAL PEOPLE ,R Law, . mf-wuz:-.f C ' 7' ' Nfl' H 7 7 . 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XX N s 'F X s . li ' 5 in 1' Leverne Williamson Louise Williamson Deloris Wilson Jeanette Wilson Joyce Wilson Linda Wilson James Winburn Robin Winburn Robert Windham William Windham Marcel Wise James Woodberry William Woodell Diane Woolard Danielle Wright Melinda Yancey Debra Yarborough Dianne Yarborough Glenn Yarborough Steven Yarbrough Tina Yengel Frenchie York Edward Youngblood George Zinlier TEC TRAINS AND LEARNS I Ql r Il ia. ff 1.,4 ii, A I DENTAL ASSISTING After only one year, students graduating from the Dental As- sisting program are trained to do everything from lab work and dental x-rays to scheduling ap- pointments and running a den- tist office. DENTAL HYGIENE Graduates of the Dental Hygiene program provide an auxiliary service in dental care. These practitioners in- struct patients in prevention of dental diseases, and give them clean, healthy smiles. ' X safe., 'Mil gg X PA PIR YN X MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY Students enrolled in the Medical Labroatory Technology Curriculum learn how to perform basic biological and chemical tests which aid the phy- sician in making the right diagnosis and indicate how the patient is re- sponding to the treatment. Upon graduation, these students may take the certification examination for Medi- cal Laboratory Technician and work under the supervision ot pathologists or Medical Laboratory Technologists. l l RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY Graduates of Radiologic Technology are able to take and devlop diagnostic X-Rays, which are an invaluable tool to the physician in patient care. Students learn how to regulate the radiation dos- ageg how to position and immobilize patientsg how to prevent patients from unnecessary exposure: and how to develop film. 4.5, Q .le X sg RESPIRATORY THERAPY Respiratory Therapy Technology gradu- ates keep the "breath oi life" going in critical-cafe patients. Working under the di- rection ot Respiratory Therapists, graduates work in hospitals and administer therapeutic techniques, often under "lite or death" con- ditions. Successful completion of this one- year program enables students to take the certification exam. uf 4 ,fo0".'-. ' L ' uk SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY Surgical Technology teaches students the preper care of patients, equipment, and materials in the operating room of a hospital. During this eneryear program, classroom instruction is combined with actual operating room experience in area hospitals, ir I sf ra 2' :ees agp: faerie ,. K , Vi elm saulll!Q!Q " V 'Ls ' 1, ' .east e 4,355 ,. .1 ' ,Y S Qggsaewhe fi.. Qlf sit l A X ' RS X W .1 uv sgege Q 5 Qi t X s s '.- lsr.-4. i 4 X i X fl 5 ' rx . "N wg ,,,, .awskil NF Q xgsgx v-Q, Q K , eq: few-t X Mr ' f Ni X xwiis X rs-ees BUSINESS ACCOUNTING The Business Accounting program teaches students a wide variety of business skills. Not only do students acquire knowledge of financial and tax accounting, they also learn about busi- ness law, management, economics and other facets of business. 'kj- COMPUTER DATA PROCESSING lf you are logical, analytical, enioy finding creative solutions to problems, and have good math ability, Computer Data Process could be the field for you. Students learn how to program the electronic highspeed computer in a wide variety of computer languages and business applications. FASHION MERCHANDISING Both industrial and personal applications ofthe clothing and fabric businesses are emphasized in Fashion Merchandising. ln addition, students increase their self-confidence and poise through professional training. The knowledge learned in this curriculum will help graduates become more successful as retailers of purchasers of soft goods. ' W? 2 l c i up 3 ? lf i x s ' s X r shoe?" gs si i x XXX- I Ar We 1... a N S X X i 'ss i A - c X. -sa-PM X x -1 s n me saw Vi QM. .X - X X X s X X GENERAL OFFICE In the General Office curriculum, students are prepared for employment as file clerks and typists. Courses in this one-year program include typing, filing, general office procedures and duplicating machines. If f , v , ffaff MARKETING Graduates ofthe Marketing program may work in retail, as well as wholesale management and sales. in addition, they may become associated with the buying, advertising and selling of consumer goods in the United States. SECRETARIAL SCIENCE The Secretarial Science program teaches basic skills such as typing, shorthand and machine tran- scription. ln addition to these skills, and emphasis is placed on appearance and personality. Students spe- cialize in either the Legal, Executive or Medical field. TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT ,XW,+,M-H 'W' X .,X..,xo,M1 Wwxw on , ,x nxtxxwex-Q . .XX A XX AAAAV .NNX X kxlx-:Rik x ,VSWR x X t -X .k xxx X W Xxxsxxsxoxxwexxt SN - t TT.T A ,, , . 'X x x tvxxxxxo fxxxxxoxixx vxfx x Nanxxioxwf X .N Mx-X xtfxXxXxtXxtxXxo xsxxx QXAX- xx2xtWxXxK1XX,,.,i W Xx A X 1 xXx X -X x 5 to - -X Q X, Qi Mix QXXWXXW Wm x ww- W..- , In just two years, graduates of the Transportation Management program are reatdied for careers in the transportation industry. Students may seek employ- ment with private as we!! as with common cafriers of consumer goods. DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES instructors provide tutoring and testing and help the students enter their chosen curriculum when they are ready. Qualified counselors assist students who have not yet made a decision regarding a career or vocation. They also provide general counseling services and small group interaction in Human Poten- tial sessions. 'Y' ,AL 7 hi.. AGRONOMY TECHNOLOGY we MX . XK'x w at no We ' Z., , .f , - f ,f '-l 1 xg X by The growing complexity of modern agriwbusiness has led to a need for trained technicians to help run the farms of today. X, fa Students enrolled in the Agronomy Technology program will N Y , ,f f,: Lf 1: ,,,,,f,,f?',f-x rf, f f f learn about soils, pest control, crop and livestock manage' of ment, as well as agricultural marketing. S.i s fs' '- . ,. 1 ,. -esmsfxg ,J If ' ' A ANE'ig:5N?1g:1mt' ,kfww Af' Q, H , '33-'eg as Q, ' . ., -. ,e,,s.g:f' as if is , ' ' V- is-f:-21 s is -. - s s ex -'ff l ?'..Uf'w wi X.':'f ,i3fQP1C"'QE2, F ' fr QW-fl I C Qs , ., Tvs, s.,,i WA, 50,4 .Xxx XXX I X N L fs TNQ CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Graduates ofthe Civil Engineering curriculum will be able to perform a variety of civil technologylunctions. The ciilil engineer assists in designing, building, and maintaining our country's roads, bridges, airports, water systems and power plants. I XX x W W o it -A L , N o X t A. :ii sv A ,B X X is Q -W N N 9 X X , xt 'X X ei Q of 0 2 YQ? 53? Y N , SSM 3 to N " -Q, , to 'fo S gig :we Euscmonlc ENGINEERING rzcrmorosv i Students enrolled inthe Electronic En- gineering Technology program will work with analog and digital circuits and with microprocessors. Graduates are able to develop, maintain and repair electronic equipment, which is vital to our modem technological society. ENGINEERING GRAPHICS TECHNOLOGY Today, almost every phase ol life in the United States is dependent upon drafters. Homes, factories, machines, roads, bridges and electronic devices have their beginnings on the drawing board. Graduates of Engi- neering Graphics Technology will be pre- pared to draft and INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS The industrial Electronics program is a one-year intense study in electronics with emphasis on industrial applica- p tions. Students will also become familiar with the National Electrical Code Requirements and Regulations. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY 7 1 ' f W f -1,5 ' g.,f,,, -are , 4' ln only two years, graduates of the industri- al Management curriculum learn how to keep an industrial plant running smoothly. Students are taught how to manage people and equip- mentg how to use workers' time most efficient- Iyg and how to perform quality control checks. iii we ,V ,E CRIMINAL IUSTICE ff. , N 1' r X I ev' 'Q I rece ' Eggs. 1- b r SN-mp-Q,.c X we s X my Qu -I I s ,Q , as cle e X , Ll' wnnhnmuwi , N A ' N w r e., N, X V. N WX M,....vf-" 1g-N N imc A YY A" Y ri e to me c, . . MW c , Xi '- An overview of the criminal justice agencieswithin our govefnemt is given to students enrolted in the Criminai Iustice program. Varied employment opportuni- ties exist at the Iocal, state and federal levets in police work, corrections, as wet! as the court system. There are also jobs avaitabte in security mainteanance for private industry. HUMAN SERVICES Compassion and a sincere desire to help others is important in the Human Services curriculum. Jobs are available tn the areas of mental retardation, alcohol rehabilitation, day care, health education and youth counselor. Students may also choose to receive a ones year diploma in Child Care. 120 8 r Z 1 4, , AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY Students in the Aircraft Maintenance Technology program are taught how to cheek for and repair me- chanical troubles in the engine, airtrameg electrical troubles in the engine, airframe, electrical systems and loading gear oi a plane. Graduates will be performing excitng work in which a plIot's life may literally depend. f 121 AUTOMOTIVE -- DIESEL TECHNOLOGY The repair of car and truck engines is a field that will al- ways be in demand. Students graduating from the Automotive- Diesel Technology program are capable of performing high qual- ity automotive or diesel maine tenance work. W nf M ,J , 2'5.f CLIMATE CONTROL Students have the option ol a one year diploma or two year degree in the Climate Control curricu- lum. The air-conditioning and refrigeration phase is taught the first year and instruction in total climate control, which includes heating, is pre- sented the second. Graduates will be good all- around mechanics ot climate control systems. INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY After one year, students enrolled in the Industrial Maiatean- ance Technology curriculum are qulified tor jobs as maintenance engineers. Graduates of this curriculum learn how to repair, maintain and improve mechanical and electrical systems in plants and other buildings. A 'Z l 'W MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY For those who like to work with metal in a machine shop environment, the Machine Tool Technology program is a must. Graduates are apprentice tool and die makers, and may move up to the journeyman level with further experience. Students may also opt for a one-year diploma in machine shop. WELDING The automotive, aircraft and construction industries are but a few of the industries that need qualified welders. Throughout the time span of one year, the Welding Curriculum utilizes both gas and welding equip- ment to teach students how to fuse metal joints togeth- er. ff? WJ' wif 5 'G "" wil' -R Sf 4,3 N 'in 353 wat xwi xv it CLUBS Y' 47 " I M, f bfi : vx ' 'N J - " ' " gag, f A, N I x ix LK , Wx i f , Ui 1 f B fa D j xx LUNBS 'Q 3 V .4 M W1 W X . VX X ,NK S S In I i K 5 0 g .. , WS f , , 5 , . 5 Tiki ' , ' X X n Q fa B Q , 1 1 ' " F? K5 2 ' 7 X A ZX ' J I "F B X 'X , . B tt . Z fs " . fl? P " ' '40 - S gn. F "'x . A f 'T fs ss ' 1' sg X' X' N S 9 t ' W " if X 'W W' x f NXXX. - X X , X . N' X5 si I ,A X s ' gm X N N K x XX N N 2 . :il ffl 1 so f ,H f . 5 , X X. AX, X X l. X X N -X XX X X X X X 1 N X XL xx X is X N X as ix Q Y X N 1 -is X s X . ACCOUNTING Assocumon A Mi 1. Anita Haynesworth, 2. Ralph Hunter, 3. Allen Grantham, 4. Renee Rogers, 5. Angie Bateman, 6. Jacqueline Todd, 7. Lou Doris 1 Woodham, 8. Gloria Watts, 9. loe Norris, 10. James Flynn, 11. Carolyn Brockington, 12. Angela Brown, 13. Debbie Blackwell, . 14. Valerie Gedris, 15. lohnny Hatchell, 16. Emma Connell l l AGRONOMY CLUB 6 awi 4 illlliiil 1. Pat Earle, 2. Martin Ruthven, 3. Mary Rowell, 4. James Hill, 5. David Law, 6. Emmit Eaddy, 7. Steve Beasley, 8. Duncan Mclnnis, 9. 1.E. Cox, 10. Gerald McKenzie, 11. John Law, 12. Kenneth Watson, 13. Scott Poston, 14. Jimmy Sawyer, 15. Ralph Allen, 16. Trent Tedder . - AMERICAN DENTAL ASSISTANTS ASSOCIATION I 'iiiiim H 3 1. Allison Myatt, 2. Pam McGee, 3. Brenda Munoz, 4. Della lane Greene, 5. Beth Humphrey, 6. Mary Smith, 7. Natalie Norwood, 8. Sheila Garris, 9. Angie Bell, 10. Kimberly Harrelson, 11. Rose Mary Sutton, 12. Kathy Norris, 13. Pam Dickson, 14. Mary Feagin, 15. Elizabeth Eaddy, 16. Delaine Hunter -' DATA PROCESSING MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION A I 1. Sally Bailey, 2. Cindy Young, 3. Vicky Edwards, 4. Christie GOOOWII1, 5. Karen Hayes, 6. Susan Smith, 7. Celeste Smith, 8 Windell Poston, 9. Gina Foley, 10. Belinda Rogers, 11. Sherry Poston, 12. Yvette Muldrow, 13. Edie Watford, 14. Beth Jones 15. lay Carlson, 16. Helen Bryant, 17. M.C. Foxworth . FASHION MERCHANDISING ASSOCIATION Q iiaiiiaii 1. Mary Ann Howard, 2. Lena Fore, 3. Kim English, 4. Angela Bines, 5. Sharon Carabo, 6. Robin White, 7. Robin Hancock, 8. Rebecca Clanton, 9. Lisa Parnell, 10. Ruby Sauers, 11. Kathy Thomas, 12. Corine Hannah 13 Wanda Conner 14 Jeanette Wilson, 15. Cindy Walker, 16. Tammy Suggs, 17. Kim Kelley, 18. Belinda Beach, 19. Kim Gerald, 20. Pecolia Conner, 21. Bettuna Hayes, 22. Terri Masneri, 23. Rosario Riveria, 24. Amy Farmer 4 J. vm: ' 1 I 'TWT' ' " Q ,- 1 if ,,,. WWW W fy Q awww 5 . , . 1, ff Ki f FUTURE AVIATION TECHNICIANS Q fflfinf' I , .ff ', V ya 1. John Halter, 2. John Miles, 3. Isaac Davis, 4. Bob Neeley, 5. Denny Orser, 6. Frank Johnson, 7. Darrin Byers, 8. Chris Thomson, 9. William Nelson, 10. Mike DeCosta, 11. Gus Capestany, 12. Arthur Benson, 13. Wilson Nelson, 14. Gregg Gardner, 15. Marty Burdette, 16. Jesse Draughn, 17. Maynard Mays, 18. Paul Bailey, 19. Randy Collins, 20. Mike Pegram, 21. Mark Thrailkill 7. ww gf -4 ' I... MEDICINE'S LITTLE rfsrfns ' it t , 1 1. 1. Teresa DeWitt, 2. Paula Tisdale, 3. Julia McDonald, 4. Brenda Moore, 5.'Kathy Mims, 6. Sandra Baugh, 7. Kathryn Munn, 8. Debbie Spears, 9. Nigel Tetley, 10. Jean Herring, 11. Annette Hancock, 12. Barbara Lane, 13. Pam Floyd, 14. Ms. Harriet Barnhardt ORGANIZATION OF HUMAN SERVICES Illilltliill 1. Tom Keys, 2. Michael Thomas, 3. Starlene Floyd, 4. Rosa Wallace, 5. Patricia Muldrow, 6. Amy Bethea, 7. Gloris Long, 8 Georgette Granger, 9. Brenda Evans, 10. Connie Alford, 11. Fred Culler, 12. Brenda Frazier, 13. Alice Walter, 14. Linda Walls 15. Cindy Elvington, 16. Laurie Bell, 17. Melissa Davis, 18. Regina DeParolis, 19. Susan Tanner, 20. Felecia Gary 1 STUDENT AMERICAN DENTAL HYGIENISTS T 8 I N TR. IT! A Todd, 4. Pam Mums, 5. Vuckl Bevendge, 6. Tam . STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Massa 1. Becky McDonald, 2. Paul Hyman, 3. Jerry Hanna, 4. Dianne Siuaggard, 5. Annie Ruth Ford, 6. Pam Davis, 7. Brenda Greene, 8. lackie McPhaiI, 9. Melonie Sanders, 10. Amy Farmer, 11. Ricky Stanley, 12. Gil Atkinson, 13. Veronica Stone, 14. Freida George, 15. Allen Grantham, 16. Michael Thomas STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION X T. y -I S klwgx l 1 Robm Jordan 2 Jackie Page 3 Virginia Hammond 4 Latrel Fowler 5 Amy Cole 6 Genny Connelly 7 Wanda Elliott 8 Debbie Ashley 9 Marian Edwards SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION 1. Susan Brett, 2. Ponti Edwards, 3. Lauri Devane, 4. Dianne Swaggard, 5. Connie Sawyer, 6. Cindy McKenzie, 7. Pearl Nettles, 8. Cheryl Amerson, 9. Pam Davis, 10. Cherry Collins TEC INSPIRATIONAL CHORUS 5 3553? P llidll 1. Tammy Jones, 2. Zackery Bridges, 3. Alvin Graham, 4. Anthony Collier, 5. Isaac Davis, 6. Geary Brayboy, 7. Raymond Sawyer, 8. Don Moore, 9. Dayle Lathon, 10. Gloris Long, 11. Lisa Kay Bruce, 12. Wanda Sims, 13. Teresa Mobley, 14. Shirley Walker, 15. Amy Benjamin, 16. Cynthea McColl, 17. Vicky Evans, 18. Rosie Lucas, 19. Annie Ruth Ford, 20. Raymond Hicks Sugar Mountain, the Chattooga Rive er: SEABREEZEQ eooltootsge roller skat- ing: and last but not least, putt-putt, volleyball and chess toumaroentsf, Q . Sounds like a party, but it's all apart of student lite at Florence Darlington TEC. lt you weren'twith us, you really missed some great times' and. untore gettable memories. s s These activities afe just al few sponsored bythe Student Government Association at TEC. Whatever you want, weve get it! Make new friends and get acquainted with the olds -ff- and you thought all you had to do was go to class! i Don't get bored or tired of school. The Student Government Association has something tor you. ln addition to becoming involved in school activitiesg you will have the opportunity to meet new students, instructors anoihecorne invenenffin a whole new world, The Student Government o Associ' ation is a very worthwhile ooganiza- tion involved in many community inf terelstissiiprojects: blood drives, canned food drives, and the Great American Smokeout. What can be better than knowing that you have contributed a part of your time to these special protects that help others. r Don't be left out next year inf i83' '84. Come ioin us The Student Government Association at Florence- Darlington TEC For the good times! n i H s, A 9 ,- .,r., i - Y' 1 xkgj ...Ju ,,L A ,, .,,...., , z lf? Gm W f 6 f f lj? 57 2. fi FJ . H , fiA!,, 257, M, STUDENT V w N Y 144 wi fig 4 'X 5 i ,,,f"'--I' 5 fix 94,1 r ,ff ' ., ,Wy ff " ff f' 'Zh f Q ff' 2 4 I -'X V K! al' 2- 2 A -,661 ,.-42 ' 1 , f -Q ,f ,J . ", ', , ffff N f 4 .3 , ., -4,5 , 1 TEC TIMES STAFF Many times students in college have a hard time finding out about what's going en, especially if they live out of town or have classes at night. However, this is not the case at TEC. The TEC Times under the leadership of Editor, Allen Grantham ttop rightl, and Assistant Editor, Dottye Gilmore ibottomb, is an excellent representa- tion of what a school paper should be. With their noses for the news, Allen and Dottye keep all of us aware ot school activities, outside projects, in- teresting people at TEC, and last but not least, editorials on aspects of lite at TEC. Whether it be information or new parking facilities or a report from President Fore, the TEC Times keeps students informed from all angles. CORNERSTONE STAFF Cornerstone -- defined in the dictio- nary as "the most basic element, or a foundation." What could be a more ap- propriate or fitting name tor TEC's Year- book? This year's Cornerstone is not only a foundation, but a marvelous record of special people and experiences. Times of laughter and joy - Times of frowns and misery -- "Remember the day when???" With the responsible hand of Susan Tanner, Editor, this year's Corner- stone is a foundation tor all of us, of special times and great friends. Thanks tor everything, Susan! REGISTRI-lTl0Ni lt's really hardto find somethings good to say about registration, Now we all know that lt's tough standing in never ending lls with both hands full of papers, and you just know that something is going to be wrong with your schedule. But finally when your get to the table somebody is theres with a smile, a kind word and all ofa sudden you realized that nothings wrong with your schedule, and you are all finished for thelday. You than figure out the good thing about regis' tration is that it only comes once every three months. l Slncererthanks go to the students, staff and faculty that help make rogisf tration day aaloteasier with the real4 ization that TEC really does care about us all! l l fliiii' pr-1. '11 Y-Q NM...-1 A1i lV - . xx 1 -...J WINNERS T99 Left: Most Traditionai Pump- kin. sv0HS0rw 9y ihe Transporta- 1tiQ21 , I83sa2emes1t CIQss. Qfep+ R?ght: MOSt QfiiEifi2l Pumpkin, S?398336fed by the Medicai Labora- tofy Iechnoiogy Class.4 ' f biEGm N Left: Best YCt5Stu me, the M2S5S9?f 1M?fif9i?f 8QtisifnP Mater: Putt4Puit Champi- 0n, Wade M eeks. Bottom Right: Chess Champion, iesse Draughn 3 ,L S -x 4 ax ,H ' "Q 1 V W ff' QMOH rfr Sched 3393 'a nd f33lm P5f3 3 CilY4il?Sg1 StUEfH'?iS hQG the 0vQQfiQf1'fsf QiQ 46'2CH ihe night we filffefeflt spQ QsogadQ 3 by Student Gavemmen1 i Assofziaiionf gave gtadents a-chancef to fUl'2Qf5f3b0Uf studies for a nighi and fafio 'QW eaCh OW WGS 2180 SD0HSQfBd by Sflfiffffli Government Assw:iati on du the month of ianuaryg Withf s k irts swifl-Q iqg, thai PfOIH'0vNB b0fSQ f a sq u ariei fianve dub ffom F'0f2f1CGf 35 Interesting swfe-we gd9!U0'Uf stratif2fI. ag1d 4befQr9 arftisiiw mefifzd W2S 0ver My stlffiws were havin gia great time paEtEg: ipai- .MI x ' :Y 1 v 1 I I ff ' W' "N S Q X I ? V L 1 1 ', 151 SKATlNG In addition to lots of other ac- tivities, the Student Government Association also sponsors skating parties to Skateland USA in Flor- ence. Even though everyone Es sore until the next trip it is a lot of fun and a great opportunity for stu- dents to get involved and acquaint- ed with each other. ,xswwqe ,, - jf 7' e .1 -4.521 V, Aim- U my it pn 4 Q Q, ,ay , -,a'1y,W ,.. , Wim-M , ,, Vw ' . , -if new nyw V , 'A . , W, :ff . ' -af. '- vfli 'ff -Y r .. . f , , 1 , .f ew, . . - ,f,,f'-,,e,-feeefri ,wh ,.,, , , .f . . -eco ' ' C ev 'WM Aiivreaffeffii ww 3 ohh ff A fog. W wr fur., IZ? fi, , aww yr i .M Men , , 1 in , f o, f U rw e We ' f f r L A 1 f w,,.,m , , 4 , " el is 7 .. f .ste ' " . f f 'F I - Mc-ff" f fffwvfwfyf X 'rg V ' " , A ., 9 r h' L: so M 1 13 V f- 'wi fr " . fa :ff 11' , 04 V , . ' - ' ,V ,Q-In 7 PARKlNG LOT ln a called meeting on De- cember 13, the State Joint Bond Review Committee and the Bud- get and Control Board released 3600000 to Florence-Darling ton TEC for site improvements. Due to increased traffic prob- lems the committee recom- mended release of funds for the purpose of allowing TEC to move towards completion oi the pro- iectg specifically, improved trai- lic flow and parking. Upon com- pletion, the project will increase current parking capacity from approximately 1200 to 2000. The most important factors in the project have been student and employee safety. The Col- lege has experienced a number of serious traffic accidentsg al- though none resulted in fatali- ties. Improvements have been designed that will include park- ing clusters to provide conve- nient parking and construction of a new entrance to help with the traffic llow. -1 www U 154 M.. X , M X X xxx X xi X w X W,-W ,W U 'Q ' , 4 "i' A 4 '63 x Q .K , xx ,., , 5 X A 3 ' , Xi 5 QQ . Q Q V m "xy 1 W A ey Q Q' 1 W 9 ' n . , f " A1 , ' Q59 W Vw , mfggn, , 9: :fa ,eww My Qi X f, 2, RQ 3 gm 155 TEC DAY Area high schools from all over the Pee Dee visited TEC in Novem- ber for our Annual TEC Career Day. ln addition to departmental dis- plays, many industries pot up ex- hibits for the students to examine. The students were also taken on guided tours and then treated to entertainment by SEABREEZE, a lo- cal Florence band, and a coekout on the patio. During the day TEC saw a record number of approxi' mately 1200 high school students visit the co ege. 5 J 38. - i-op me to W' e L i e Y N , 9 1351 Fw-'Q , 'Effie' 'X af -my .pm M-4-....,....,..pg..QW, 5 MFT' 14 VN S QAM 'QNX Q S.G.A. PRESlDENT lt's hard to believe but we are again preparing for spring and the end ot my term as SGA President. It has been a year filled to the brim with fun, excitement, and a great sense of accomplishment. As I look back I realize that you, the students, must share these same feelings with me be- cause without yoer help and support none ol our activities would have been mech ot a success. I feet as it we all have tried to maintain for both the SGA and TEC. l would like to thank all of you for the opportunity you have given me to serve as your President. My experiences this year are unforgetable as well as educational. l will always have many memories to cher- ish and innumerable experiences from which to build. My year as President has been an in- credible time of learning. From babysitting on Santa's Night Out to baking cakes for fund-raising to giving biood for the Red Cross. I have acquired a sense of responsi- bility to not only myself, but others as well. tt is really hard to believe that it is almost time for me to leave. From the last dance to the last exam, it has been the thrill of a lifetime to be exposed to so many different people, their outlooks, cie- sires, hopes and dreams -- from learning volleyball rules to setting up sound sys- tems to attending commission meetings, it has been a real pleasure to watch little dreams turn into great big realities. l know a very special part of my lite is about to become a sought after dream It will be to the students after me that I leave a very special part of that dream to see that TEC and its students realize their maximum potential both in class and out I wish for those who remain all the happiness and success that I have found in being part of Florence Darlington Tech nical College I leave with you this last love to the staff faculty and students to whom I have felt so close Memories are little treasures you keep in your heart for tommorrow s reflections You can open the box whenever you feel alone You read a book and you write a song the time has been spent but in your heart The words remain and the song plays on forever special thought along with my thanks and NEWSPAPER EDITOR As I reflect back on my two years as editor of the "TEC TIMES," l will always remember the first editorial l wrote . "as time progresses, changes are certain to come." l have enjoyed these past two years as editor, but unfortu- nately the time has come for me to move on and for someone else to assume my responsibilities. I must say that l have enjoyed the fringe benetits of working with the student newspaper. I had an opportunity to meet new people, work with other SGA members, meet school administrators, and learn more about our school as well as the great necessity ot a sound technical education. Florence-Darlington TEC holds much for its students. lt has be- come a vital part of our surround- ing community. With rising costs prevailing at most four year col- leges, more and more students are turning to two-year schools. l am sure that the credit for our first twenty successful years belongs to the people who saw the need for a technical education center to be established in our Pee Dee area. Again, thanks for the opportuni- ty to serve as editor. l have en- ioyed it. My staff and l promised to produce a top-notch newspaper. l hope that we have produced a pub- lication that will do credit to our school. We hope that we have given you all something that you can be proud ot as a part of TEC. l sincere- ly feel that as a part of TEC the paper has been a tremendous asset to the students, staff and faculty of the school. Thanks and God Bless. 1 f flf 7' f Q . ,, vw 1 ' ff 9 - ffw 1. fr Q, 4 , 1 A ' 4 it ,.- , 1:5 19 44 , ,NWN Q .,f V , 2 , A 160 TIME OUT , , I Z6 Lf! 2 W Q '- ' 'ME 5213.4 2 - S 'L sf vf ying 1 1 figow 44 2' w P I 3' 95? , 3 5 .Atl A 1 mt. .UQ " ' 3-Y' 4 f'f"!""9S . ,, Qf'Q , 4, -' f X,f"" .,. ll, K A1455 'U f' ,, ,f W 6 f I' , Q' M30 3 K ,V Z7 ,+, ', ,, Ygfffl, W' VI: 29' f if Y 2'- fl f' 3 f 9 ff 5, . ' f f f Vw f f' Q:-: fa 'W L , ff Q , , X A f l if 3 HV 'A si N Q2 161 CORNERSTONE EDITOR Responsibility is the key word when you think of a Yearbook Staff. lt takes responsibie, level headed people to capture the enthusiasm and imagination of the students as well as faculty and stait, This year's Cornerstone staff tried to do iust that. By participating in dances, cookouts, and tournaments along with being on campus, we tried to capture TEC at its best. As you know, nineteen-eighty three is Flor- ence-Dariington TEC's 20th Anniversary. The Cornerstone Staff is proud to give TEC it's 20th anniversary yearbook. The staff worked iongg hard hours, sometimes not teaving the TEC campus until 11:00 or 12:00 at night. As yearbook editor, there are a few faculty and staff members l would like to thank. First ot ali, President Fore. He stood behind us and helped us in every way he could. Mr. Sale, Dean of Students, for giving us the freedom to try some new ideas. Susan Winchester, Yearbook Adviser, who worked iust as long and hard as we did. Benny Pate, for taking the time to shoot and develop pictures, not only during school hours, but weekends as well. Emily Mobley, who wrote the majority of the copy. Debbie Polk, who stayed late typing copy to be sent out the next day. These are a tew of the peopie who helped to make the 20th year edition a success and we sincerely appreciate their assistance and cooperation. As l write these last few lines for the year- book it is difficult to believe that this year is nearing an end. I have made many new friends and learned a great deal about working with others. lt has been a year titled with anticipa- tion, laughter, frustration and triumph. I be- lieve the end result has truly been worth every ounce of extra effort. See for yourself - Here it is TEC. The 1982-83 Cornerstone. l hope that you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed putting it together tor you. X f' aff Aff Wf f NK N 'lf 1 7 f MF W V f aff X MW ,JW QW? if X 1 ' , My X fn-1 F4 'Y ,av Y 'I 'Qjf 9 bl ' "Top ofthe lrlorngiing toiiY0i1!f'rriisigsseat favorite irish greeting. Well sirtsithisc case, when the Ms, TEC Pageaentliyrinasc held on St. Patr lek's nay ilffinas fy' r eallyt a "Top clan Eveningffl,MerO?lgtZtth,rc was the day that our 1983! was crowned and it was oertaiynlyya very special occasion tllsingjthe theme "When lrish Eyes are Smcilingfl 19 contestants danced andinerterrnedf their way through Zone of - the most successful pageants ever held atsTEC.g The Ms. TEC pageant is one iolthe most important events sponsored by the Student Government Association because Ms. TECfmeains so muchltos our school. The yeungylacly whoswears the crown of F-D IEC is asrvery speeial representatiyelor the sschsooLwNotonlyl must' she be ett table to sit enclless paradespwith a hallpll smile, she 'must also be able to attend dozens urcnarr. table and studelnt4oriented:'functions throughout the year ,seen reniissaryfs 4 Winners left to right: lean Herring, lst Runner-upp Kimberly Harrelson, Ms. TEC 1983, Terri Masneri, 2nd Runner-up. Sounds like e tallforder, cloesnltiit? Well on March 17, the lrish'r' was with cus when yMisslyKiinbelrf ly Harrelson cwastcrowned sselyl -we lrlis f "and nefer 'aes fair lass ceuldl be ff5llsEldf:f2li and yywidej' Congryatuylations May your reign be g as lucky as r the lrrsh. M t s s or y 1 V. ,Q W ! ll 1. I 4 Top Row: Susan Tanner ol Lake City representing Human Services Bottom Row from left to right: Kathy Thomas of McBee representing Fashion Merchandisingg Denise Talient of Mullins representing Data Processingg Monique Spivey ol Hartsville representing Transportation Management. From left to right: Tammy Lee ol Florence representing Secretarial Sciencep Tonya Kirby ol Timmonsville representing Surgical Technology: Amy Lee of Timmonsville representing Auto-Diesel: Cheryl Huggins ol Lake View representing Radiologic Technology: Terri Masneri of Darlington representing Agronomy. Top Row: Felecia Clemmons of Florence representing Criminal lusticeg Middle Row: loan Foxe of Florence representing General Ofticeg Karen Corney ot Florence representing Electronics Engineering Technology: Yakita Brunson of Florence representing Civil Engineering. Bottom Row: Belinda Beach of Darlington representing Engineering Graphics. Top Row: Kimberly Harrelson of Darlington representing Dental Assistingg Angela Grubbs of Florence representing Accounting. Bottom Row: Angela Herring of Florence representing Respiratory Therapy: Amy Huckabee of Bethune representing Dental Hygieneg lean Herring of Mullins representing Medical Laboratory Technology. L :K in :V M 1 Na X - 5 5, X N W K K 5 Q 'Walk X. X - - - - Kg, X ' - - H 1 , r f Q rr A V .A a - - Q a ' a Q X. N X X X x X Xxx a EX Q . X K 5583? MUS Bonty Jefman X k W M, 2 ra lil' 'I , .gy - 4, , ,wiv .. .,, Z Beth Dalrymple Alma iordan r Jo Ann Richardson X Q ,S A rg , 1 r 2 , r 1 N 2 r Si Yr? 3 S r I 'Q , 1 1 .Y ' r if 5 Deborah Pierce Angela Lawrence Deborah Blackwell r 1 Mary Edwards i 1 i rl 15 r X f r SPV" f. ,Eggs 1 - T i , 1 V , V .m', - f , ' - ' 1 f 1 I X ' A . N. - H Vs W: . , 'f 'L f Qlxmxg ' x - K AMEWN i '.L: V X L ' f L, m f, g I a - vii 4, W 5 , W X , Ddnaid ies X :Staniey Smith Q Bonty Jarman . 7 K . . ' X Q jmw 725, FTW y X. 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HEIDEN JUNE 19, 1905-FEBRUARY 22, 1983 PATRICK IULES BAUER APRIL 2, 1960-OCTOBER 5, 1982 JOHN EDWARD SPEED NOVEMBER za, 1956-MARCH 15, 1983 6'l605Sa7.ZVG Z7-I8 7511476 a Sunset and evening star, And one elear eall far :nel n And :nag there he na inaaning of the liar, When .7 put aut ta sea, Hut sueh a tide as niaaing seems asleep, Cao full far sound and faarn, When that ufhieh drew frafn aut the haundless deep Zfurns again hafne. W Zufilight and evening l1elL ,find after that the dark! And fnag there he na sadness af fareufelh When .7 einlrarhf 501 tha' frafn aut auf haurne of Cinie n and Place Che flaad :nag hear ine far, .7 hope ta see Ing Filet face ta face When .7 have erast the liar. Zfenngsan A una W 1 CONTRIBUTDRS loseph l. Bauer Erik Daniels S Bill Kiser Emily Mobley S Debbie Polk W Donald Weatheeford CONSULTANTS D Penny Bladon Steve Froehllche Richard Sale Fred C, Fore S PHOTOGRAPHY Sandra Griffin Benny Pate ' John Sarson Norm Taylor S Mike Wilsoe D W EDITOR l W Susan Tanner W SASSISTANI Eonon Wanda Fexworth or lnovlson ' SSuSan'Winchester Also ein behalf of lA the Student Government Associationg le woufd like to thank the following for ther: contributions to Student lVACtfVifl6S y 4 lady Bake? ' Addison Barker Marsha Beasley! W lohn Fanning janet Faulkner Fred Cjlfore D , Noah Healey W felicia Hudson W Angie Lee JM. Lowder Carol Mcvey Emrly Mohley Make Norton Benny Pate Debbre Polk John Poole Dr Charles Rlves Richard Sale Steve Sansbury George Sargent Dr Darrel Steal llllrke Wilson We Wish To Thank I 1 V, w v , w if J lx U. DI 1 . 'U 1, . f , . ,.'k ' 1 ff' ,M 'r ,Wu


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