Florida Southern College - Interlachen Yearbook (Lakeland, FL)

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outnern oLlutng 1984 CUrjoO - x- U Uq x INTERLACHEN 1984 .• ■- ■. FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE LAKELAND • FLORIDA VOLUME . 52 For us, SOUTHERN LIVING is more than just a term to describe a life style. It ' s a moment-to- moment series of experiences that, put together, comprise us in terms of character, personality, and potential. And we ' re busy putting together all our yesterdays to prepare us for our tomor- rows. sam I I • SEvlsTAWAY H C SNO . MODEL 1025 CAO 604I2-01 ir N ' l ?m . i ¥m I J We ' d like to pretend otherwise, but most of our time is spent preparing for our potential. From classrooms to library to dormitory desks our paths are most heavily worn. There are the flings, but even in the midst of them we know what we have to get back to. ft ? ■ - " li ' «t.-C« • - mmmmm M r3BI - ' , . , . 1 •-■ 1 ' m -TTiair ' ' v! ' .■■.. " ' v ' ' v - " ' . j There ' s a book waiting somewhere, a term paper to do, and a quiz that won ' t go away. But the moments in between are often more of an education, at least until we ' re able to assimilate the academics into the everyday. 11 Mtfi. jotmfm And on the horizon we see the same day, and give it different names. For those pressed into this life, it ' s a day of deliverance, for others it ' s a day of decision, and for the rest of us it ' s a day of goodbyes. But for all of us, SOUTHERN LIVING, as we each knew it, will pass into our yesterdays as tomorrow becomes today. 14 .v w iHJl ■ M i««s ■ . " - 1 v - ■ ' f 1 k. m ' z i t ■ 17 Southerr " U 18 19 • w .Mm t . ' 4, . k 1 »! ■»■» ! " K K Ik ■ - S - ' ' i s|ls l-J k- . ,.r ■ , 1 m - 20 School spirit reaches a goal School Spirit . . . every student wit- nesses it in his or her college years. Some have more than others, but even those students with an ounce of spirit put forth a positive attitude to keep FSC a number one college. The Alma Mater Orange groves o ' er spread her campus Chimes her hymns intone, India greets across the garden Southern ' s mystic throne. Florida Southern, thee we love; Thee we ' ll never fail Hail to thee our Alma Mater, Hail to Southern, hail. Stately walls alone can never Compass learning ' s goal Heart to heart must pass the token Soul inspirit soul. 21 I 22 Students express character Everyone has been misunderstood at one time or another. At FSC, the need to express oneself and to have the abili- ty to communicate well became appar- ent. Each semester we were classified as students all possessing individual characteristics. Many students expressed their indi- vidual interests by participating in clubs and fraternities or sororities. Out of more than forty organizations, ten fraternities, and six sororities offered at FSC, the majority of students didn ' t have any trouble finding a group that fitted their social needs, (continued) 23 . . . expressions The different bands and choirs were outlets for those students to express their muscial talents. Throughout the year, the talent of these groups were displayed at such events as concerts, basketball games, and the Christmas Gala. Practice, discipline, and a lot of hard work were necessities for the students who chose to express their individual- ism in sports. These athletes spent many long hours conditioning their minds and bodies for competition. Throughout the year, each student at FSC expressed his or her own individ- ualism. It might not have been through participation in clubs, greeks or sports, but through the communication and interaction with friends and acquaint- ances. .,jm 24 25 . . 26 !T Keeping fit and trim Muscles, strength, and physical pow- of strenuous effort was put forth in er were emphasized as body-building those hours. Some may have felt the became popular among many college pains of sore muscles, but they know students. the exercise will keep them fit and Daily, some students worked-out in trim. the weight room under Edge Hall. A lot 27 23435 ' ■»»-., 28 Going, going, gone with the wind The sun was shining, the sky was clear, and there was a stiffening breeze originating from the west. It was early, but already obvious that it was a per- fect day for sailing. White, colored, and even rainbow specs of dacron dotted the horizon as many people had the same plan. FSC students seemed to succumb to the beautiful weather. Finding themselves where the sky and the water came to- gether, students were able to relax and let their tensions blow away with the wind. 29 Music reflects individual styles Music is all around us. It provides entertainment and dominates a large part of our lives. The distinct beat of rock, country, and mellow music could be heard on favorite ra- dio stations as well as in the campus fine arts concerts. Radio stations in the area pro- vided musical entertainment that fulfilled the needs and wants of their listeners. Certain stations held con- tests and gave away prizes such as money, albums, movie tickets, and gift certificates. A good number of the students participated in the many band and choirs. The respective directors in- spired the groups to use their indi- vidual talents and natural abilities. Music is in many forms and re- flects many different ways of life. But all types of music have one basic factor in common — music is a form of communication through orga- nized sounds that provide entertain- ment and makes memories. 30 31 32 - fun " Get up. Do your homework, attend meetings, go through rush, turn the page ... " Sound famiUar? Despite busy schedules and unsympathetic teach- ers, students usually found excuses to condone talking on the telephone, watching television, not doing that re- search paper, and staying up past mid- night, thus risking a nap during first period. Not only was studying put off and ignored on weekdays, but the pro- cess of studying was delayed even longer on the weekends. Saturday and (continued) 33 . . . just for fun Sunday offered a two-day break which was used to catch up on lost sleep, missed meals, and an occassional chore or piece of homework. More often than not, students were obsessed with hav- ing a good time — whether at a basket- ball game, or cracking jokes behind a teacher ' s back. To prove this, just take a look at the things we did, and the places we went ... all for fun. 34 35 36 Faculty, staff, and administration . . . they ' re human too Education is unquestionably a pri- mary ingredient in the upbringing of all eras. But in the course of time, the job of an educator becomes more than a job; it becomes a big part of life. " Teachers are people too, " seemed to be the message that the faculty and ad- ministration attempted to get across to the students. There has always been a barrier that makes students think of their teachers as anything but human. But they are. At the heart of the con- cerned staff were the teachers who dai- ly gave of themselves to the students. 37 38 w Meeting students ' needs The diversification of many courses offered at FSC gave a wide range of subject matter for even the most discri- minating student. There were approxi- mately 300 courses offered each semes- ter. Such a varied curriculum met the demands of most of the students re- gardless of their interests. I 39 Merry Christmas to all " And Joseph also went up from Gali- lee, from the city of Nazareth, to Judea, to the city of David, which is called Bethlehem, to be enrolled with Mary his betrothed, who was with child. And while they were there, the time came for her to be delivered. And she gave birth to her first-born son and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger, because there was no place for them in the inn. " Luke 2:4-7 RSV 40 ■ 0, , 1 t 1 1 B 1 i !Sa ' JSS " . . =S£ bAC- - £ fS h ' n ' v! ? . « I fc ! Byy =%Z!lk . OT " ' -dH FjM|BML « 1 - •■ ■ " . • " ... . - , ■» 11. — K- - . n 1. jfc. , . - A 1 ■ 1 ' H iilli ' ff 1 ii H ill II. 1 fc 1 |i 1 ' ' H n r 1 ■ t ' IH 4 1 1 ! ■1 • ♦ H •}« ■V B fc B - ' " ■ Rl 1 If B i ' t ? K " y i B ' . H 1 1 kk-- 42 f Dedication plays a major role The United States Government maintains a Senior Division of the Army Reserve Officers ' Training Corps at Florida Southern College. The gen- eral objective of the Army ROTC cur- riculum is to produce junior officers possessing qualities and attributes es- sential to their progressive and contin- ued development in the Regular Army and in the United States Army Reserve. It will provide the student with an (continued) 43 . . . ROTC appreciation of the responsibilities of each American as a citizen, to contrib- ute time, talent, and energies to be the protection of liberty and an apprecia- tion of the need for trained leadership in the military defense organization of the United States of America. 44 w 45 46 Slogans parade campus as T-shirts lead styles Easygoing attire often dominated the college fashions since few students felt like donning their " Sunday best " after dragging themselves out of bed for a first period class. It was often much leasier to stumble around in the closet and pull out a pair of blue jeans and a T- shirt. 47 Students benefit from good nutrition Nutrition . . . something of major concern to those seeking good health. For the students of FSC, eating proved to be a major pastime. Mealtimes provided an outlet that broke up the monotony of the reading and writing drudgeries. During each meal, hungry students congregated in the cafeteria in anticipation of a good meal. To receive the benefits of good health, many students followed the ad- vice of doctors — exercise daily, get plenty of rest, and eat nutritionally. 48 49 A common sight At FSC, it was common to see long lines, wait in lines, and even perform: in lines. Yet, emotions of all types were exposed as students patiently became included in lines. Along with the first day of registra- tion came chaos and confusion, and many long lines. Aggravation was com monly felt by many as the process of ' drop-add became necessary. Other lines were encountered by those students who congregated in the cafeteria. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner seemed to be a way to break the mono- tony of classes as students assembled in the various lines. Mixed emotions of happiness, sad- ness, and a feeling of accomplishment always felt as the soon-to-be graduates line up for their hard-earned diplomas. Undoubtedly, a feeling of unity was always present as people experienced all types of lines. 50 51 52 Fashion conscious students adopt new styles People expressed their own individ- uality through different styles of cloth- ing. Hair and skirt length varied in length from long to short and alterna- tive feminine fashions contrasted with the popular masculine look. Once again blue jeans received the vote of popularity. Jeans were seen ca- sually or dressed up with boots. An- other version of the Ail-American blue jeans were the designer jeans. Many students paid as much as $50 for a pres- tigious name such as Calvin Klein, Sas- son, or Gloria Vanderbilt scrawled across the back pocket. (continued) ' ,J ' . .:-: ' ' - ' ' ' --- 53 . . fashions Dresses and skirts also took on a new look. Many dresses had side, front, and back seams that were slit. The rebirth of the mini-skirt was also in fashion. When the north winds blew through, winter sweaters and coats were brought out. Sweaters, blouses and boys shirts were dominant. Winter also provided an opportunity to flaunt FSC athletic jackets. Whether it was a t-shirt, jeans, dress or suit, FSC students didn ' t want to be left out of the newest fashions. They continued to show their own individ- uality through their choice of clothing. 54 I 55 More than just a cheerleader A cheerleader ' s devotion is over- powering, not only to the school and the players, but also to each other. The FSC cheerleaders have just that — de- votion. The twelve member squad, consist- ing of six women and six men, prac- ticed every afternoon. Practices began with 15-20 minutes of stretching and individual warm-ups, and were fol- lowed by a two-hour period of cheers, chants, jumps, stunts and pyramids. The cheerleader ' s main goal is to set an example of school spirit and team support. Many of the cheerleaders were designed to ignite the crowd to a peak of rowdiness. Nowadays, cheerleading is more dangerous and challenging than ever before. Yet cheerleading will always be the same because nothing can ever suppress the smiles or deplete the vast reserves of the Moc Magic spirit that the 1983-84 FSC Cheerleaders pos- sessed. Front Row: Kelleigh Withers, Holly Alexander, Jodie Drees, Cathy Kirk, Andrea Moror, Lisa Durham Back Row: Dave Marmol, Brooks Goodgame, Bill " ' elch, Keith Greenwood, Pat Burns, Rob lies. I 57 A year of renovations Transition is the difference in what things start out to be and how they wind up. The 1983-84 school year wound up with many renovations re- lieving problems but changing the campus appearance. The Carlisle Rogers Building, largely funded through a one million dollar gift from Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, will host classrooms for Business Administra- tion and Economics. The new building, the third major facility constructed at FSC in the last five years, is scheduled for completion by the fall of 1984. ■4 ■■t - ' .4 i 58 Southern Practices prepare teams Practice ... a word heard by many, especially athletes. But for the athletes of FSC, this was not just a word that was heard. Athletes practiced all year round for their sport. If they didn ' t practice with a team, they practiced on their own. Practice . . . something which may be taken seriously or neglected. For Flor- ida Southern ' s athletes, practice was utilized until accomplishments be- came apparent. 62 63 Bottom row sitting: Glen Fernandez, Lew Jimmy Mee, John Thompson, Jim Barr, Robert Dave McCorkle, Tom Temrowski, Aaron Marotti, Johnnie Pleicones, Jimmy Roberts, Green, Dave Minotti, Drew Miller, Carl Anderson, Jim Bridges, Dave Parkulo, Rich Nelson Menendez, Hector Villanueva, Carl Wilbanks. Back row: Tl-acy Toy, Ken Kranick, Glickman, Mike Culumber. Feraro, Dave Carter. Middle row: Don Samra, Mike Workman, Keith Sullivan, John Cedarburg, ii 64 3asehall: more than just a ' pastime ' Baseball — it is the team sport that epitomizes the idea of sportsmanship. It is a game played and watched by both scholars and schoolboys. But for the FSC baseball team, it was more than just a way to pass time. In his first year as head coach, Chuck Ander- son worked the team hard, developed skills, and got his players in top condition for the sea- son. Stretching to loosen muscles, pushups to strengthen the arms, and sprints for all-around agility helped to improve the players ' physical condition. In addition, the team members put on their mitts to practice throwing, fielding, (continued) 65 I . . . Baseball and batting which developed them into a winning ball club. While some students were out play- ing a pick-up game in a sand lot, the baseball team members were in the midst of a very serious game. Base- ball — it is not just a game to pass time, it is a pastime. Coaching staff (left to right): Head Coach Chuck Anderson, Asst. Coach Mike Coombs, Asst. Coach Gary Calhoun, Asst. Coach Mike Gaski. 66 67 Quality team plays hall - Southern style There are all kinds of polls. Gallop polls, presidential polls, and public opinion polls. The information gained from these polls is usually very accu- rate. But, sporting polls are probably the hardest type of poll to compile be- cause of the many different factors in- volved. It is quite an honor to be recog- nized as a quality team. The men ' s bas- ketball team possessed the talents of a quality team. All year head coach George Scholz and his assistants worked (continued) 69 . . . men ' s basketball the team hard, developed skills, and got their players in top physical condi- tion for a challenging season. Support was apparent for the basket- ball team. Our team had the talent to be a top-ranked team and through dedica- tion, practice, and support they were highly recognized. 70 Front Row: Jim Jones — Manager, Wayne Washington, Travis Stanley, Mark DeVoss, AI Garmon, Wade Luke, Jim Harris, Bill Conners — Itainer. Back Row: George Scholz — Head Coach, Moses Johnson — Assistant Coach, Scott Knecht, Bill Sawyer, Bob Salmi, Paul Woerner, Kevan Miles, Eric Hartje, Cesar Odio — Assistant Coach, Kirk Speraw — Assistant Coach. 71 Determined to win Looking down the court, eyes searched for a fellow player positioned near the basket. Eye contact was made, and a pass followed. The shot went up and through. Two points registered on the scoreboard and the crowd cheered. Under the guidance of head coach Dick Coding, the Lady Mocs strived for success. Despite the many unfortunate injuries of the team members, they united and put forth a positive effort for each game. 72 Iront Row: Becky Bachtel — Manager, Robin Rosemeier, Kelly Carson, Jody Kay, Megan Henry, Pam Sheffer, Teri Cinelli, Dina Lauricella, Chris Bellotto - Ihiiner. Back Row: Dick Coding — Head Coach, Janet Gray, lieidre Lane, Mary Ann Lantinga, Cindy Galhicka, Kim Disbro, Janet Reynolds, Lois Webb - Itssistant Coach. 73 Left to Right: Angie Cicanese, Lisa Harrison, Janet Gray, Marolyn Rhodes, Janae Jennings, Marcella Cox. 74 Cr OSS-Country: the epitome of running Withstanding the distance shows the true test of your abiUty. Everyone has the pain, the drive, the feeling of dis- may. To be able to see your potential and know your diversity . . . That ' s what makes a runner an athlete. Cross- country tests endurance, the chance for giving your best shot. The FSC cross-country teams are the athletes that happened to choose run- ning. Hurdling over obstructions and jumping into challenges, the team members performed in a way that showed that they were true running athletes. (left (o right): Dusty Boyd, Paul Westcott, Eric lymon, Rob Nicholson, Coach Ed Plowman, Harold Hendron. 11 75 76 Florida Southern ' s tee-team drives toward success Silence greets you as you enter a green world, and your feet leave a trail in the dewey early morning grass. You struggle beneath a bag full of heavy clubs as you pursue a small white ball around a designated course. Under the leadership of head coach Charley Mat- lock, the 1983-84 golf team played many strong rounds in tournaments. Although golf is not a glamor sport, it is one that tests a golfer ' s skills, talent, and determination. The FSC golfers seemed to pass the test as they were rewarded by a successful season. Front row: Pat Chisholm, Rocco Mediate, Jim Winhelm. Middle row: Jeff Schumcher, Lee Janzen. Standing: Greg Gamster, Wally Les, Ralph Howe, Coach Charley Matlock, Rio Manning, Marc Dawson, Craig Kindrat. 77 [ Scoring a goal for success In its 27th season of existence, the ' SC soccer team has estabhshed itself IS a dominant force in the conference, rhey were faced with some of the oughest games ever by playing top- •anked teams. In his third year as head coach, Sam jnow was an aggressive coach. The jlayers felt this was an asset because he discipline and determination made veryone learn to work together. Without the skillful players, coaches, md assistants, the soccer team could lot have been the team we knew them be. Front Row: (left to right) Craig Seitz, Tony Middieton, Robert Warden, Toby Therrien, Kris Pahl, JeiT Janszen, Carlos deRada, Frank Srtazulla, Frank Stork, Adam Uchin, Scott Hutchinson. Second Row: (left to right) Butch Nichols — Asst. Coach Rich Compana — Student Asst., David Green, John Jane, Scott Levine, John Mines, Hank Gibson, Darryl Long, Joie Davis, Pat Hegert, Howard Penney, Todd Starks, Terry Rinehart — Equip. Mgr., Sam Snow — Head Coach. 79 t I (Left lo right) Kathy Fishbaugh, Dawn Smith, Kelly Carson, Lorri Marvel, Robin Rosemeier, Anne Hartman, Susan Young, Kim Disbro, Jody Kay, Lora Ash, Lorri Zuidema. Second row: Laurie Baker, Susan Main, Pam Sheffer. Coach: Chris Bellotto, Asst. Coach: Pete Oglesby. A style of their own Similiar yet different from the tra- ditional men ' s sport of baseball, soft- ball is one of the strenuous sports played exclusively by women. Under head coach Chris Bellotto, the Lady Mocs had a chance to prove their athletic abilities. Through the consistency of grueling practices and a determined spirit, the team headed for a winning season. Although Softball is a take-off of baseball, it became a sport that the Lady Mocs placyed with a style of their own. -»» y gr 80 81 Men ' s team nets victories Contrary to what may be popular be- lief, being on the tennis team does not consist simply of getting on the court and hitting a few balls back and forth with another player. It requires dedica- tion, talent, concentration, and a lot of hard work. Under the coaching skills of Jim Bush, the men ' s tennis team competed well. They knew that consistency was a major factor in the teams ' success. Not only did this quality win respect, but it attributed to their successful matches and games. Front row: Rick Soule, Jim Pehrson, Vinne Montleone. Second row: Rob Goulet, Doug Dodd, Sam Garcia, Scott Reinmund. Third row: Jim Taggart, Paul Laporta, Tom Evans. Back: Coach Jim Bush. 82 -T-f t-rt-ti-t-T--t--i ■( H ' K H --- 1444444-1-.-. n .- 34-44 83 A hope for victory The rhythmic slamming of the tennis balls echoed throughout the tennis courts. This sound was a common oc- currence at the FSC tennis complex as the women ' s tennis team continued their quest for mastery. Many hours of practice proved to be a necessity as the women tried to mas- ter one of the hardest sports. The near- ly everyday practice sessions involved a great deal of stretching and practice matches among team members. Along with head coach Ed Jeffries and the individual talents and hard work of the women, the team had high hopes of victory. 84 (Left to right) Mary Key Priest, Allison Avey, Darcy Ranson, Mary Lloyd, Kim Smith, Coach Ed Jeffries, Kathy Lloyd, Betsy Broadwater, Kim Storkel, Darla iHolb, Deborah Dodd. 85 Sitting, Front row: Jeanne Stupm, Lisa Testworth, Susan Young, Nancy Blakeslee, Beth Haslage, Jill Petrie. Back Row: Chris Bellotto — Trainer, Lorrie Marvel, Michelle Kurtgis, Cindy Galbicka, Dana DeLoach, Haili Wurtz, Dana Cozine, Lois Webb — Head Coach. 86 Lady Mocs spike their way to success Once the volleyball team established momentum, the points began to regis- ter on the scoreboard. Under the guidance of head coach Lois Webb, momentum was built up in a variety of ways. Getting the first ; point usually started the wheel turn- ing. Making good set-ups, which result- ed in point-scoring spikes, shifted the : action into second gear. The driving force built as the number of points to- taled higher and higher, (continued] 87 . . . voUeyhall By this time the women ' s emotions flowed with confidence, and the wheels were churning at full speed. Even though momentum was not the biggest factor in the success of the wom- en ' s volleyball team, it contributed a great deal. The players ' talents and attitude was the true reason for their success. 90 Ski Team ront: (Left to right) Brian Guyer, Lynn Domagala, Sean Shoppee, Sandy Roeder liddle: Mary Raynor, Charlie Aurich, Jeffrey Jones, Rick Anderson ack: Dave Styron 91 Southerr 92 Greeks 93 ' i y-- ' ' ' . Lori Cochrane, Gwendolyn Jones, Missy Lee, Carrie Roche, Jama Smith, Barbara Turney, Donna Chastain, Susan Stauffer, Patricia Willcox, Kim Barfield, Debbie Dorsey, Susan Ferris, Mary Nichols, Jane Robert, Kelley Schroeder, Nancy Stanley, Hilary Counts, Darcy Flynn, Beth Harding, Shawna Scott, Shaun Steggles, Kathleen Wood, Susan Young, Kristen Fishbaugh, Marty Pottorff, Allison Avey, Beth Bass, Melanie McMullen, Tina Westburg, Anne Marie Bucy, Kelly Daly, Kathy Fishbaugh, Karyn Folland, Dawn Garner, Anne Geiger, Dhays Gniber, Penny Langston, Mary Lloyd, Tawn Prior, Mary Jo Sattler, Ruth Spencer, Caroll Sprauer, Lynn Stauffer, Sharon Thomas, Katie Ward, Meridy Werder, Natalie Williams, Beth Deaton, Celaine McCart, Yvette Talley, Cindy Beswick, Alejandra Evans, Kellie Fitzpatrick, Beth Harrelson, Kelly Landers, Mary Beth Thomas, Janet Trucks, Jill Winkler. Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Chi Omega began as a national sorority at DePaw University in Green- castle, Indiana, on October 15, 1885. The Beta Omicron chapter of Alpha Chi was founded at Florida Southern College on Nov. 15, 1936. Alpha Chi ' s symbol is the lyre and the carnation is their flower. The Alpha Chis are represented in ev- ery major honorary on campus. They are class officers, Junior advisors, and little sisters for Pike, Pi Kapp, TKE, SAE, Sigma Chi, Phi Sig, and Sig Ep. Every year they raise money for one of their three philanthropies, cerebal palsy, and by working with the Theta Chis to accomplish a 52 hour dance-a-thon. ' 95 Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi was the first sorority for college women, founded on May 15, 1856 at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA. Gamma Gamma chapter was char- tered at F.S.C. on April 27, 1946. Alpha Delta Pi ' s have served as class officers, members in honoraries, S.G.A., and fraternity little sisters. ADPi ' s current- ly have five Junior Advisors, Sigma Chi, Sig Ep, KA, and Pike sweethearts. Miss Interlachen and Miss Southern ti- tles. Alpha Delta Pi ' s colors are azure blue and white, their flower is the violet, and the lion their symbol. Their open motto is " We live for each other " . Qualifications have remained un- changed throughout the years — schol- arship, high principals of behavior, and true friendship. 96 ■ Donna Auger, Amy Bardill, AnnMarie Bassett, Sarah Beasley, Lori Boyd, Joan Brady, Cherilynn Brown, Susie Bubregh, Pam Campo, Kim Christensen, Nancy Clark, Patty Davis, Tammy Dean, Lynn Demmer, Ely DeRada, Kathy Erwin, Kim Ferdinandsen, Debbie Green, Terri Griggs, Tammy Haer, Holly Hangen, Becky Hedges, Holly Hight, Daria Holb, Debbie Hutchinson, Linda King, Jennifer Kunde, Sally Land, Evanne Logan, Beth McGuire, Julie Michaels, HoUis Mussler, Laurie Paullin, Cindy Robinson, Jodi Roskosh, Joy Rossi, Pam Roy, Patti Roy, Barb Scherer, Teresa Schrader, Debbie Smoak, Nancy Straw, Jenny Stevens, Dayna Swalley, Valerie Thomas, Kelly Thompson, Susan Tonn, Judy Truitt, Renee " nirbeville. Sherry Tye, Eileen Walsh, Nancy Walsh, Melanie Ward, Beth White, Melody Witt, Michele Bonina, Kim Bergstrom, Jeannie Blocker, Kelly Doppelheuer, Bibiana Gomez, Paige Kasper, Beth Lewis, Laurie McNew, i Sissy Meyer, Irene Sowards. Jean Agee, Beth Allen, Holly Alexander, Dana Casini, Lois Cananico, Teri Courtoy, Jackie Chung, Joy DeCaro, Lynn Domagala Caroline Dossett, Jane Gordon, Stacey Grimm, Janet Grey, Amy Hodge, Brenda Hulen, Kim Isaacs, Lisa Jackson, Suzanne Jackson Janae Jennings, Mary Kelly, Margriet Knetsch, Jane Knickerbocker, Kyle Krein, Virginia Landry, Diedre Lloyd, Alicia Loadholtz Elise Maclennon, Ana Morejon, Cindy Morvillo, Kim Mutzel, Susan Oliva, Betsy Powell, Winnie Putnam, Jelane Reed, Lorraim Rideout, Sheli Rogers, Cheri Shultz, Kelly Sheel, Robin Smith, Wendy Starling. Joyce Tibeno, Pam Topping, Lisa Trongone, MirtW Vallejo, Kim Wirick, Kathy Zimmer, Crystal Barwis, Susan Easton, Martha Herron, Monica Kiley, Virginia Nunan, Allison Odomj Mari Payne, Dawn Yates. i Alpha OmicTon Pi Many years ago, Mary Gatewood Pullian and Sam Banks arrived at F.S.C. They decided to form two clubs made up of their own friends, and presented a petition to the proper authorities. When this plan failed. Kappa Gamma Tau held secret meetings until Ludd M. Spivey, in 1924 recog- nized the group as a sorority. In the fall of 1945, Kappa Gamma Tau petitioned Alpha Omicron Pi fraternity On May 5, 1946, Alpha Omicron Pi installed the local sorority as Kappa Gamma, the 52 chapter of the fraternity. Ever since its first days, AOO members have been leaders in campus activities and scholar- ship, and have maintained high ideals and a cooperative spirit in all understanding. 99 Denise Wolfe, Karen Kladakis, Beverly Avis, Debbie Waldo, Marcia Gillett, Cynthia Trickel, Lori Rainey, Kathy Bouse, Kim Calvert, Debbie Gerg, Beth Haslage, Mary Jo Nobile, Linda Dinkins, Floanne Murdoch, Kathy Axt, Sarah Cohn, Deedra Stebbins, Michelle Boisvert, Lisa Carlton, Kathleen Donohue, Jill Emerson, Maria Hardwick, Margie |ohnson, Kindra Mickelsen, Sandy Miller, Leicha Rittgers, Kim Davis, Charla Drake, Darice Fields, Susie Hause, Lori Petrie, Betsy Raymond, Janet Reynolds, Jane Brandfass, Nancy Doane, Laura Fraker, Laura Dunaway, Betsy Ennis, Laurie Hiatt, Donna Hill, Cindy Michaelis, Jamie Piper, Peggy Reynolds, Elizabeth Sellers, Jill Sheffield, Marcy Strong, Kelly Sullivan, Nancy Baggett, Donna Beede, Jill Desplinter, Susan Ernst, Robin Ciminello, Claire Dukes, Megan Henry, Jeanne Leslie, Kathy Miller, Lauren Rodberg, Alicia Stein, Elizabeth Stidham, Sherry Worth. 100 1 ' Kappa Delta Kappa Delta sorority was founded on October 23, 1897 at Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia. The Gamma Epsilon Chapter was founded at Florida Southern College on February 5, 1955. Our sisters are well recog- nized on campus with members participating in major honoraries, S.G.A., The Southern, Interla- chen, athletic teams, and fraterni- ty little sisters and sweethearts. The chosen colors of our sorority are olive green and pearl white. Our flower is the white rose, and our mascot is the katydid. Kappa Delta ' s National Philanthropy is the Crippled Children ' s Home in Richmond, Virginia. We, as sis- ters, strive for that which is hon- orable, beautiful, and highest. . . 101 Phi Mu Fraternity is the second ol- dest and fifth largest secret organiza- tion for women. It was founded at Wes- leyan College in Macon, Georgia in 1853. The Alpha Tau Chapter was es- tablished on F.S.C. ' s campus in 1954 and will be celebrating our 30th anni- versary this year. Phi Mu is seen in many organizations across campus in- cluding JA ' s, members of honorary fra ternities, and fraternity little sisters. Phi Mu ' s colors are pink and white. The jewel is the pearl, the flower is a pink carnation, and our mascot is the Hon. Our motto is: The Faithful Sisters; yet we strive to be faithful to others outside our family as well. Phi Mu Sally Austin, Eileen Berry, Yasmin Bowman, Julie Cockrill, Barbara Devonmille, Evelyn Duell, Nora Gould, Sherry Gauntlett, Beth Hammond, Judith Jacob Pam Johnson, Linda Lohne, Kelly McCarley, Jacquie O ' Leary, Ann Palo, Diane Rhea, Penny Sherman, Michelle Tomkow, Laurie True, Karen Wertz, Jane Zewall 102 103 Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity was founded in 1898 at Longwood Col- lege in Farmville, Virginia. The Del- ta Beta Chapter was established here at F.S.C. in 1957. Zeta ' s colors are turquoise blue and steel gray, and her flower is the white violet. The national philanthropic project of Zeta Tau Alpha is the National Asso- ciation of Retarded Citizens. Delta Beta ' s mascot is the frog, homer bean. Zeta Tau Alpha 104 L Barbie Allen, Suzette Caroli, Missy Gouture, Amy Downey, Ellen Fluck, Polly Hamilton, Barb Hoover, Penny Orr, Amy Wood, Debbie Bidwell, Laurie Acton, Gina Colina, Kelly Funston, Leona Hammond, Tricia Johnson, Tami Shearer, Paige Smith, Susan Stuart, Susan Burton, Heather Chryst, Julie Rodgers, Terri Tremain, Terri Almond, Janet Collins, Patty Connors, Laura Di Marco, Cindy Dygert, Vicki Garrone, Colleen Gillogly, Tami Goetz, Gwyn Graham, April Henderson, Susan Howard, Cindy Kimbril, Kim Krasinski, Gretchen McCurdy, Layla Alo, Susan H. Jones, Lisa Osmer, Kathleen Freeman, Robin Freeman, Maura Tysver, Kimble Palmer, Anne Miotke. 105 (left to right) Scott Grossman, Scott A nn, Rod Jaeger, Mark Owen, Paul Ferracci, Rob Chronahite, Kirk McKinnon, Pete Alridge, Greg Owens, Bob Flynn, Larry Brooks, Bill Meakin, Joe Morrison, Bill Yancy, Scott Crosby, Bob Blaydes, Scott Longley, Charlie Jewett, Mike Chisum, Pete MoUo, Paul Wescott, Joe Gang, Rich Rear, Steve Ridge, Chris Kaelin, Ron Bridges, Darrell Brackin. 106 Kappa Alpha is an order of great heri- tage. KA was born in 1865 at Washing- ton and Lee University with Robert E. Lee as its spiritual founding father. The I Gamma Pi chapter of Kappa Alpha has ! been on the campus of Florida South- ern since 1958. Kappa Alpha takes pride in its chivalrous values taken from Lee. The Knights of KA emulate the values of their spiritual founding , father, putting God and women above jail. Kappa Alpha V • 107 111 108 I " I The Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity as started in 1809 at Boston Universi- ty Law School by Warren Albert Cole. In the last 75 years Lambda Chi Alpha has grown from its original chapter to more than 220 chapters in the U.S. and Canada. Lambda Chi Alpha is the third largest fraternal brotherhood in the na- tion and also has the second largest number of chapters. Florida Southern ' s Epsilon Xi Zeta is the oldest chapter on campus. Originally chartered in 1938 and re-chartered in 1979. A strong characteristic of the Lambs is a strictly enforced national policy against haz- ing. Lambda Chi does not have pledges but Associate Members and an A.M. program for fraternity education. 1984 was the 75th anniversary of the existence of the national fraternity. A General Assembly was held in New Orleans to celebrate the past and plan for the future with the theme, " Cele- brate Our Heritage . . . Tomorrow ' s Foundation. " Lambda Chi Alpha livid Knowles, Lyndon Sweeting, Alan Pex, Roy Kramer, Jr., William Welch, Wade Warren, Alan Garey, Joe Baker, Jr., Robert Collins, Thomas Padro, John Vnett, Scott Shellabarger, H. Thomas Adair, Jr., Keith Clanton, Richard Rasmussen II, Michael Crawford, Brooks Goodgame, D. James Amick III, Jeffery Grove, !ott Chappell, David Springer, Mitch Bailey, Ragan Harrison, Mike Ivey, Munro Sefcik, Toyokazu Kosugi, Paul Krist, Mark Raiford, Steven DeWitt, James imett, Steven DoUenmayer, Robert lies, Robert Bateman, Steven Breathitt, Andrew Walls. 109 Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity was founded March 15, 1873 at the Uni- versity of Massachusetts. Our pre- sent chapter here at Florida South- ern received our charter on Decem- ber 1, 1981. The " NEW PHI SIG " is working hard to promote our ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and character as well as fulfilling our goals of making a positive contribu- tion to Florida Southern College. Phi Sigma Kappa 110 Prescott Palmer, Eric Anderson, Joe Burley, Jim McGuire, Chris Fielder, Dave Logan, Nick Zanni, Nate Freeman, Gary Westerman, Pat McCarly, Mike Zizzo, John Sumple, Jim Pehrson, Brian Basile, Mark Tallo, Jack Chapell, Mike Stevens, Michael Fields, Mark Peet, Keith Hulbert, Rich Hayes, Rich Engler. Itl Scott Bushouse, Ken Clark, Giovanni Delcompaure, Joe Falls, Jeff Sheehan, Maury Filips, Bill Glode, Rudy Rodreguez, Jeff Jones, Tom Kirsten, Steve Lindemai Darryl Long, Wes Longstreath, Tom McDonald, Ed Meszaros, Tom Murphy, Mike Paracca, Rod Radloff, Billy Rogers, Sammy Samsel, Julio Spinosa, Todd Star r Jeremiah Steiner, Frank Wheeler, Ronnie Doremus, Scott Levine, John Cervini, Dome (Mascoft). 112 The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded on March 1, 1868 at the University of Virginia. The founding was attributed to the high ideals, characteristics and principles of Robertson Howard, Julian Edward Wood, James Benjamin Sclaten Jr., Fredrick Southgate Taylor, Littleton Walker Tazewell (Bradford] and Wil- liam Alexander, our founders. Our Chapter Delta-Delta, became the 100th Chapter back in 1947. For 37 years we have continued to uphold the lasting brotherhood, good times, and the tradition of Pi Kappa Alpha. Pi Kappa Alpha . 1 113 Pi Kappa Phi was founded on Decei ber 10, 1904 at Charleston, S.C. Three Founding Fathers, Andrew Kroeg, Jr., Simon Fogarty, Jr. and Lai rence H. Mixon estabhshed the trac tions upon which our fraternity built. Pi Kapp was established here Southern in 1948. Our colors are go and white and the totem pole stan here as a representation of the Be Beta chapter. Little sisters of the st and lamp represent four sororities ai various other campus organizatior Sweetheart for 1983-1984 is AOn Jei Agee. Our National philanthrophy is Pr ject Push which provides handicapp children a learning environment. I Pi Kappa Phi 114 Bill Aber, Barry Logan, Dave Loisell, Dave Marmol, Chuck Dutil, Vince W att, Ku rt Beronja, Dan Painter, Joe Strada, Tim Vangellow, Dave Ake, Jeff Dumas, Doug Grayson, Don Klein, Dave Lange, Franklin McKinney, Don Moose, Rob Nicholson, Steve Polonus, Vinnie Propst, John Steadman, Todd Von Weyhe, Scott White, Jim Harris, John Matz, Todd Allen, Charlie Ranaudo, Phil Fabiano, Kent Abbett, Jeff Wallace. 115 Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded May 9, 1856 at the University of Ala- bama. It is currently the largest na- tional fraternity. Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon is primarily a southern based fra- ternity and hold true to southern ideals. Sigma Alpha Epsilon (left to right) Mark Dorrill, Cliff Johnson, Robert Evans, Jayce HoUey, David Beck, Bill Harlan, Tomas Gustoff, Michael Culumber, Jerry Ankenbrandt, Lee Brackman, John Jane, Craig Bachar, Michael Marcouiller, Todd Sturlin, Clarke Jones, Brian Gurchiek, Tim Packman, Louis Girardin. Not pictured — Gene Panzer, John Cedarburg. 116 t ' , i 1 %■ ' .. 117 Founded in 1885, the Sigma Chi fra- ternity is well recognized in the Greek world today. Likewise, the Epsilon Sig- ma Chapter chartered in 1959 main- tains a similar stature here at F.S.C., fol- lowing the ideas represented in the white cross, a symbol of our fraternity. Through it all, Sigma Chi remains a privilege, a foundation for the future, and a eternal friendship. Sigma Chi is what others strive to be — an organiza- tion that knows no age. Sigma Chi Jay Alford, John Anastasia, David Anderson, Sean Barclay, TVent Boleski, Rick Bovay, Rob Burnette, Jim Carroll, Glenn Clark, Bill Dickman, Cort Douglas, Bobby Duncan, Joe Finnegan, Wade Harvey, Ed Hecker, Jeff Henderson, Carter Hopkins, John Houchin, Brian Jefferies, Jim Kazanecki, Chris Keefer, John Korbel, Ward Michaels, David Moenning, Jeff Moore, Tim Mulford, Paul Parzik, Dan Pfister, Rick Price, Tony Senzamici, Jeff Soukup, Hector Villanueva, Paul Walker, Barney White, Chuck Williams, Barry McGee, Todd Joiner, Mark Benson, Rich Knowles, Vinnie Monteleone. 118 119 Sigma Phi Epsilon was established on November 1, 1901 at Richmond Col- lege. Founded on the principles of vir- tue, diligence, and brotherly love; Sig Ep has grown from a group of twelve determined young men to the second largest national fraternity. Our own Florida Delta Chapter was chartered here at Florida Southern on May 28, 1949. 1 Sigma Phi Epsilon ■»-.i ' »r ' 3: . g A« 3-« a6 MK» at! n Reeclr, Brandon Fluman, Don Leon, Tom Kramig, Mark Ziebarth, Kirk Hobart, Robert Stigleman, Ralph Ferrara, Craig Seitz, Pat Hegert, Robert Hunt, John John Couture, Scott Hutchinson, Henry Gibson, Chris Scheuer, Richard Campana, Robert Dynarski, Rich Hopper, Craig PofTenbarger, Scott Reinmond, Skip Shumway, David Batman, Gary Franek, Jeff Mathewson, Craig Scates, Wally Les. 120 121 122 Tau Kappa Epsilon, the largest social fraternity in the world with over 300 ac- tive chapters, was founded at Florida Southern in 1947 when the Jones House in Lake Hollingsworth became the Beta Fau Chapter of TKE. TKE Fraternity is jased on the belief that the three essential elements of meaningful fraternal rela- tions are love, charity, and esteem. The TEKES of 83-84 will remember our sweet- heart Traci Lincoln and Mom Chisolm for their support and love. We will also re- member our little sisters for all the help they have given us. Tau Kappa Epsilon tiS|ncer Artman, Glenn Steffenhagan, Dean Sasek, Chris Johns, Chris Pharo, Joe Preston, Roger Ward, Bobby Bass, Steve Behre, Hideto Nishimoto, Matt R ' lards, Jack Harris, Stuart Morrison, Dave Barnum, Paul Mersch, Marrion Flowers, Aaron Anderson, Joe Salvaggio, Bill Hopkins, Tim Hyatt, Vince Leone. It 123 •••V The Gamma Delta Chapter of Theta Chi began its FSC brotherhood in 1946 and has been growing stronger ever since. Although times have changed, the quality of brotherhood has not. Unity and respect for each other is Theta Chi what our house strives on as Theta Chi continues its role as a leader in the FSC campus. The good times we share with each other during our short stay here will always be remembered. -a-: Dave Davenport, James Wilhelm, Jim Cadott, Kevin Banfield, David Raymond, Gardener Reynolds, Marco Dawson, Craig Kindrat, Jeif Babineau, John Lefeber, Rob Goulet, Dave Flower, IVip Bowlby, Eden Escamilla, Wes Starling, Paul Montoya, John Santiago, Chris Kops, Mike Gentile, Scot Hagadorn, Jim Yelsits. 124 125 ■I Southern r I Groups 127 Advertising Cluh (Left to Right) Front Row Seated: Jeanne Mason, Rob lies, Maureen Jahns, Douglas Trudeau, Middle Row: Mr. Obrecht, Sanford Lechner, Nancy Straw, Julie Gallin, Diana Bnich, Patricia All Campus Fellowship (Left to Right) Front Row: Diana Bryan, Susie Hause, Sherry Worth, Cynthia Trickel, Jodi Drees, Maureen Jahns, Vickie Carver, Donna Beede, Row 2: Ralph Spencer, Marian Gilmore, Robin Ciminello, Kletia Carlson, Adrea Morar, Row 3: Jana Huling, Jeannine Headley, Jill Emerson, Maria Hardwick, Back Row: Kendra Mickelsen, Brooks Goodgame, Brian Roskamp, Joe Baker Byrd, Darla Holb, Brenda Hulen, Missy Lee, Back Row: Teri Courtoy, Cynthia Trickel, Floanne Murdoch, Laurie Allegood, Michelle Boisvert, Sheli Rogers, Cindy Morvillo, Paul Montoya, Kyle Krein, Not pictured; Eileen Berry, Jane Considine, Sharon Jackson, Jane Robert, Terri Tremain, Jama Smith, Roger Ward, Susan Young 128 Alpha Psi Omega [Drama Honorary] (Left to Right) Front Row: Amy Bardill, Kathy Connelly, Rafe Vigil, Robin Gerhard. Back Row: Tim Connelly, Doug Trudeau, William Willard, Bill Grange. merican Chemical Society ; Left to Right) Front row: Dr. White, Steve Ridge, Joseph D. Wheatley, Jeff Wallace, James Futch, Daniel • .obertson. Back Row: Tom Hicks, Liz Palmer, Susie Hause, Kathy Dedlow, Ann Palo, Cheri Schulze, ingela Cowden. 129 American Society for Personnel Administration (Left to Right) Front Row: Lisa Carlton, Kelly Stanley, Back Row: Carole Washuta, Mary Thorn, Jon Brow Association of Women Students (Left to Right) Front Row: Mary Thorn, Kathleen Donahue, Suzette Veal, Kim Christensen, Kathy Miller, Jackie Rossing, Middle Row: Ann-Marie Fox, Victoria Villalba, Smith, Back Row: Kim Pickering, Pam Tipps, Karina Holt, Jan King, Jr., Sally Sechrest, Cari Dineen Scoggins, Leslie Brown, Liz Palmer, Weaver, Anne Geiger, Tami Shearer, Jama Cathy Kirk, Ann Jago 130 Baptist Campus Ministry Front Row: Jimmy Lewis, Karen Kelly, Kathryn Shelly, Thomas Eddy, Ann Sokolowski. Row 2: Scott Shellabarger, Randy Lewis, Jeff Lawson, John Burnett. Bell Choir (left to right) Row 1: Tesi Hansen, Robert Walker, Row 2: Lorri Zuidema, Mrs. Linda Cox, Valerie Posenauer, Row 3: Shannon Roberts, Shelly Crenshaw, Luke Nash, Vickie Johnson, Susan Christopher 131 Broadcasting (left to right) Front Row: Eden Escamilla, Sue StauiTer, Patricia Wilcox, Karen Pierce, Barbara Makris, Row 2: Steve Seipp, Tom Kramig, Toyokazu Kosugi, Kristen Fishbaugh, Brad Moore, Jana Huling, Back: Mr. Winzenburg Citrus Club 132 Concert Band (left to right) Linda Zirbas, Keith Clanton, Julia Cunningham, Yoshiko Oshida, Deb Driskell, Janet Whaley, Jeannine Headley, Iris Albritton, Donna Yeomans, Jackie Kourmpates, Marie Bridges, Liz Cox, Nancy Doane, Diane Thomas, Betty Bickhart, William Willard, Elaine Willard, Christine Gannon, Kim Sharpe, Deonne Barger, Trudy White, Shelley Longnecker, Darrell Joachim, Virginia Nunan, Mike Crawford, Barbara Willard, Dretha Ison, Greg Wilks, Cathy Lamb, Tesi Hansen, Susan Ernst, Kim Croft, Bunny Sutton, Steve Allen, Martha Wolfe, William Fisackerly IV, William Johnson, Chris Kirchman, Robert Heckeo, Jill Clemmons, Lonnie Buchanon, Tom Willard, Gigi Lyon, Claude Burnett, Keith McKeehan, Andy Major, Dineen Scoggins, Steve Breathitt, Dan Dominick, Ian McConkey, Bill Cockrell, David Tisdale, Steve Scoffield, Sandy Lechner, Dirk Schmidt, Lisa White, Valerie Posenauer, Linda Mann Concert Chorale (left to right) Front Row: Nancy Bock Brzezinski, Iris Albritton, Charia Drake, Keri Lamparter, Tracy Thayer, Kelly Lewison, Julie Michael, Valerie Schleicher, Andrea Dort, Joy Milligan, Maritza Padron, Marie Bridges, Julia Cunningham, Row 2: Melanie Ward, Donna Hill, Jill Sheffield, Jennifer Hermany, Marcia Forsett, Jill Stephens, Angle Dean, Cathy Lamb, Jill Emerson, Jackie Kourmpates, Lynn Keenan, Cindy L,ambert, Robin Roberts, Row 3: Kathy McBurney, Lisa Jackson, Deb Driskell, Kathy Bouse, Linda Parkos, Shelly Crenshaw, Tracy Torrance, Ann Jago, Shannon Roberts, Anna Sokolowski, Linda Mann, Valerie Posenauer, Susan Christopher, Row 4: Rob Walker, Donald Weeks, Greg Wilks, Mike Crawford, Mark Mangum, Ken Cheshire, Jay Michael, Dan Dominick, Paul Parzik, Luke Nash, Robert Evands, Lee Brackman 133 Delta Omicron [Music Honorary] (Left to Right) Front Row: Miss Rita Fandrich, Mark Mangum, Susan Christopher, Row 2: Linda Mann, Lynn Keenan, Jackie Kourmpates, Dretha Ison, Linda Zirbas, Linda Parkos, Row 3: Cindy Roberts, Iris Albritton, Jill Emerson, Jennifer Hermany, Charla Drake, Elizabeth Cox, Back Row: Diane Thomas, Kathleen McBurney, Valerie Posenauer, Deb Driskell, Kathy Bouse (Left to Right) Front Row: Juan Carlos Zapata, Tammy Reichert, Kelly Stanley, Sandy D ' Agati, Alison Taylor, Liz Cox, Denise Wolfe, Debbie Hutchinson, Holly Alexander, Pam Johnson, Frank Campano, Second Row: Scott Kolar, John Burnett, John Stohler, Lori Cochrane, Vince Wyatt, John Lennon, Lisa Ham, Carole Washuta, Mary Thorn, Back Row: Juan Carlos DeRada, Gary Franek, Jeff Mathewson, Rich Hopper, Jon Brow, Bob Blaydes, Scott Crossman, Shelly Price, Mark Ziebarth Delta Sigma Pi Dixieland Band (left to right) Bill Johnson, Keith Clanton, Linda Zirbas, Janet Whaley, Dirk Schmidt, Steve Scofield, Claude Burnett, Steve Allen, Lisa White, Dretha Ison, Martha Wolfe Florida Nursery Growers Association 135 Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Left to Right) Front Row: Mary Key Priest, Deborah Dodd, Maria Hardwick, Michelle Boisvert, Jill Petrie, Middle Row: Paul Imig, Ben McDaniel, Van Davis, Mark Peet, Dave Moenning, Douglas Dodd, Back Row: Bill Yancy, D. W. Irvine, Jim Roberts, S. M. Carlton Interfaith Council (Left to Right) Front: Mylene Alberto, Amy Jorgensen, Row 2: Bret Seligman, Bob Kenworthy, Row 3: Jodi Lisa Rome, Karen Kelly, Row 4: Scott Shellabarger, Randy Lewis 136 Interlachen (top to bottom) Kathy Shelly, Maureen Jahns, Paige Kasper, Laurie Struck, Jackie Rossing, Dan Brady, Joy Rossi, Beth Allen. (left to right) Bobby Duncan, Jane Steiner, Karen Pierce, Jackie Rossing, Lauren Rodberg, Tom Adair. 137 Left to Right) First Row: Susan Ernst, Steve Allen, Row 2: Dretha Ison, Mr. Eric Osterling, Row 3: Dan Dominick, Darice Fields, Row 4: Kim Croft, Steve Breathitt, Linda Zirbas, Row 5: Martha Wolfe, Greg Wilks, Lisa White, Chris Kirkman, Row 6: Michael Crawford, Bunny Sutton, Steve Scofield, Durk Schmidt, Row 7: Regina Arndt, Shelly Longnecker, Ian McConkey, Jay Michaels, Linda Mann, Back Row: Bill Fisackerly IV, Keith Clanton, Bill Johnson Jazz Band 138 I Junior Advisors (Left to Right) Front Row: Holly Hangen, Linda Lohne, Patti Roy, Middle Row: Lisa Dunson, Tami Shearer, Jodi Drees, Suzanne Jackson, Susan Burton, Pam Roy, Back Row: Lori Petrie, Kimberly Christensen, Kayrn Folland, Susie Hause, Vickie Carver fCappa Delta Pi {Education Honorary] 139 Kappa Mu Epsilon [Math Honorary] (Left to Right) Front Row; Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Durham, Mrs. Kent, Brent Lowe, Debbie Waldo, Row 2: Ellen Fluck, Scott Meeker, Liz Palmer, Kim Christensen, Row 3: Henry Hartje, Daniel Carreira, Lane Goodson, Allen Wuertz, Jeff Penrod Men ' s Intramurals Men ' s Intramurals (Left to Right] Front: Ira Anderson, Alan Geary, Bill Globe, Rick Hilmer, Rob Dynarski, Todd VonWehe, Eric Anderson, Back: Pete Aldrich, Steve Polonous, Rob Cronkhite, Chris Johns, Jim Carroll 140 Newman Ciub (Left to Right) Front Row: Mylene Alberto, Chaplain Barbara McLaughlin, Suzanne Bubregh, Elizabeth De Rada, Back Row: Bill Welch, Steve Dallenmayer, Tom Padro, Maura Tysrer, Kim Krasinski, Not pictured: Paul Rybi nski Omicron Delta Kappa (Left to Right) Front Row: Vickie Burton, Paul Wescoft, Joan Brady, Liz Cox, Evanne Logan, Sue Stauffer, Row 2: Kim Christensen, Tim Richardson, Barb Scherer, Mrs. Gilbert, Dr. Cook, Joe Baker, Darice Fields, Jodie Drees, Karen Wuertz, Angle Cicanese, Michelle Bouvier, Mary Thorn, Linda Pittard, Lisa Page, Jane Steiner, Debbie Waldo, Jill Emerson, Jayce Holly, Row 3: Debbie Hutchinson, Amy Bardill, Barbie Allen, Jill Petrie, Row 4: Ann-Marie Bassett, Sarah Cohn, Denise Wolfe, Rob Isles, Tami Shearer, Holly Hangen, Ron Bridges, Steve Allen, Row 5: Mr. Winzenburg, Vickie Johnson, Mr. Hulcher, Mr. Tate, Dr. Burnette, Dr. Mobberly 141 PanheJJenic Council (Left to Right) Front Row: Dayna Swalley, Penny Orr, Nora Gould, Middle Row: Carrie Roche, Elizabeth Sellers, Kimberly Calvert, Back Row: Jodi Roskosh, Mary Nichols, Suzanne Jackson, Kim Pickering Phi Chi Theta (Business Economic Honorary] (Left to Right) Front Row: Kelly Bruce, Donna Julian, Missy Maver, Lisa Page, Back Row: Ki Christensen, Debbie Waldo, Ann Marie Bassett, Kathryn Holmes, Dee Dee Howard, Beth Harrelso Bibiana Gomez, Joan Buccino 142 i Phi-Mu Alpha Sinfonia {Music Honorary] P re-Ministerial (Left to Right) Front Row; Lee Ferdon, William Fisackerly IV, Jill Sheffield, Brett Pace, Row 2: Jimmy Lewis, Jeanne Johnston, Brian James, Jeannine Headley, Rafe Vigil, Bob Kenworthy, Madison Hankal, Row 3: Ray Warren, Randy Lewis, Row 4; Art Sputa, Stephen Hartsfield, David Moenning, Mark Mangum, Vickie Johnson 143 Psi Chi {Psychology Honorary] (Left to Right) Eloise Grams, Joe Morrison, Linda King, Alan Pex, Amy Jorgensen, Vicky Burton, Linda Pittard, Gienda Gage, Suzanne Bubregh Residence Advisors (Left to Right] Front Row: Bill Daniels, Joe Baker, .Pete Oglesby, Middle Row: David Knowles, Rich Knowles, Scott Grossman, Back Row: Tim Richardson, Paul Westcott, Steve AUmond, Back: Bill Yancy 144 Sigma Delta Chi (Journalism Honorary] eft to Right) Front Row: Kim Scott, Kim Davis, !fsy Raymond, Jackie Rossing, Kim Barrows, )w 2: Mark Miley, Pat McCarley, Rich Knowles, irbie Allen, Vickie Johnson, Leo Owens, Back: r Rick Wilbur Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish Honorary] (Left to Right) Front Row: Juan Carlos Zapata, Middle Row: Kim Barrows, Suzanne Bubregh, Elizabeth De Rada, Back Row: Juan Carlos De Rada, Mirtha Vallejo, Jill Petrie, Dr. Martinez 145 (Left to Right) Front Row: Vicky Burton, Tesi Hansen, Amy Jorgensen, Kathryn Shelly, Jimmy Lewis, Kimberly Barrows, Karen Kelly, Back Row; Gail Gates, Art Sputa, Jeannine Headley, Vicki Johnson, Ray Warren, Susan Ghristopher, Chuck Underwood, Bob Kenworthy Sigma Rho Epsilon [Christian Service Organization] Ski Club (Left to Right) Front Row: Erin Flanagan, Lynn Domagala, Brian Goyer, Sandy Roeder, Row 2: Charlie Aurich, Mary Raynor, Sean Shapper, Chris Rogers, Row 3: Meridy Werder, Rick Anderson, Row 4: Steve Hierholzer, Jeffrey Jones, Ken Janata, Dave Styron, Gregory Lietzau 146 The Southern (Left to Right) Front Row: Carie Call, Anita Jones, Diana Bruch, Eileen Berry, Middle Row: Rich Knowles, Dusty Boyd, Scott Shellabarger, Brenda Wilks, Kim Barrows, Back Row: Rich Rasmussen, Roger Ward, Susan Howard, Maureen Jahns, )ana Huling Editor: Kim Davis 147 Spanish Club (Left to Right) Heidi Rigby, Jennilyn Chuck, Elizabeth DeRada, Back Row: Dr. Cole, Lauren Schild, Juan Carlos DeRada, Cathy Kirk, Suzanne Bubregh Student Council For Exceptional Children HLJ ill (Left to Right) Front Row Seated: Laura DiMarco, Debbie Bidwell, Back Row Seated: Missy Coutare, Mrs. Pitt, Lala Cade, Brenda Snedden nu ; 148 Student Government Association Left to Right) Front Row: Victoria Villalba, Debbie Caldwell, Jan King, Jr., Beth White, Nancy Straw, Tammy Reichert, Row 2: Jeff Jones, Tim Richardson, Kim Calvert, Kristen Fishbaugh, Bill Hankes, Teresa Schraeder, Scott White, Row 3: Ann Jago, Jeff Grove, Joe Baker, Scott Crossman, Row 4: Paul Westcott, Dave Flower, Munro Sefeik, William Daniels, Dean Hugh Moran President Tim Richardson Vice-President Dave Flower Secretary Kim Calvert Treasurer Joe Baker 149 Student Union Board (Left to Right) Front Row: Tammy Reichert, Ann Jago, Middle Row: Jodi Lisa Rome, Anne- Marie Fox, Mary Thorn, Cari Weaver, Back Row: Bret Seligman, Richard Woodall, Mark Jordan Theta Chi Beta (Left to Right) Front: Steve Hartsfield, Bill Fisackerly IV, Dr. Walt Weaver, Rafe Vigil 150 Toastmasters (Left to Right) Front Row: William Meakin, Kim Scott, Joyce Bradley, Kelly Stanley, Catherine Neff, Lori Black, Back Row: Allen Larsen, Kendra Mickelsen, Murrell Gillan, Deanna Tingley, Richard Woodall, Danny Cannon 1 i Beta Beta Beta (Biology Honorary] (Left to Right) First Row: Brent Lowe, Bette Ann Pelley, Jeff Grove, Joseph Wheatley, Mickie Germain, Susan Hogge, Skelly Ton, Kathy Dedlow, Becky Glass, Row 2: Margaret Gilbert, Susie Hause, Ann Palo, Dineen Scoggins, Mark Jordan, Row 3: Cheryl Pierce, Janet Collins, Janet Whaley, Liz Palmer, Allanna Stephens, Catherine Neff, James Futch, Row 4: Ronny Bridges, Cheri Schulze, Tom Hicks, Robert Jadvsingh, Judi Jones, Robert Baum 151 ■il Vagabonds (Left to Right) First Row Seated: Doug IVudeau, Amy Bardill, Linda Pittard. Row 2: Robin Gerhard, Terry Derr, Andrea Dort, Deonne Barger, Nancy Fisher, Christine Gannon, Kathy Connelly, Row 3: Bill Grange, Rafe Vigil, Lauren Mayer, Bill Willard, Amy Schneider, Katie Hester, Ric Fearnow, Tim Connelly, Back Row Cart Douglas, Christopher Sanders, Charles Williams, Larry Lebo, Lee Hegley 152 Wesley Fellowship (Left to Right) Front Row; Vicky Burton, Heidi Rouse, Martha Wolfe, Jeannine Headley, Bob Jorgensen, Ray Warren, Shelly Crenshaw, Vickie Rigby, Jimmy Lewis, Linda Pittard, Jill Sheffield, Kenworthy, Kathryn Shelly, Lois Wittenberg, Johnson, Randy Lewis " Brett Pace, Diane Oleson, Middle Row: Lorelei Back Row: Bill Fisackerly IV, Art Sputa, Amy Women ' s Intramurals (Left to Right) Front Row: Mrs. Straw, Patty Connors, Donna Laing, Judy Killan, Myra Penvel, Mrs. Benn, Back Row: Kelly Funston, Betsy Powell, Darcy Flynn, Lori Petrie, Elizabeth Sellers 153 Southern Stars t 154 155 Dedication . . . William S. Barnes, Chaplain 156 y J 1 984 Honor Walk Student Jill S. Petrie 157 Miss Interlachen 1984 Melody Witt 158 Second runner-up Vicky Hodge 1 First runner-up Meridy Werder 159 Miss Interlachen 160 finalists Adair Valdespino 161 Miss Interlachen Contestants Polly Hamilton — Zeta Tau Alpha Dana Casini — Building 15 Tammy Rigdill — Theta Chi First Row: Kelly Fitzpatrick — Alpha Chi Omega Jodie Drees — Joseph Reynolds Melody Witt — Alpha Delta Pi Karen Hanlon — Lambda Chi Barb Scherer — Sigma Chi Terry Derr — Building 25 Jane Bistline — Allen Spivey Kelly McCarley — Phi Mu Second Row: Vicky Hodge — Kappa Alpha Betsy Powell — Alpha Omicron Pi Meridy Werder — Upperclassmen Jo seph Reynolds Leslie Brown — Freshman Dorm Adair Valdespino — Freshman Dorm Laura Melton — 115 Hollings worth Janine Lott — Building 14 Marcy Strong — Kappa Delta Deedra Stebbins — Wright Hall Tracy Lincoln — Tau Kappa Epsilon 162 ! l» Miss Interlachen Judge Chuck WooJery Mr. Chuck Woolery was chosen to be this year ' s Miss Interlachen judge. Mr. Woolery had the difficult task of selecting , j Florida Southern ' s Miss Interlachen and two runners-up from the photographs of seven finalists. A great deal of thanks goes ' to Mr. Woolery for his assistance in FCS ' s beauty pageant. loi I Mr. Woolery was the former host of the TV. game show, " Wheel of Fortune, " and is currently the host of " Love Connection. " 163 Miss Southern 1984 Holly Alexander Holly Alexander, a senior from Glastonburg, Connecticut, represented Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority. Her major is marketing and her activities and honors include: AWS represen tative. Alpha Omicron Pi pledge — class treasurer. Delta Sigma Pi, Greek Hall of Fame, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, French Club President, and Cheerleading Captain. 164 Miss Southern Candidates Holly Alexander Vicky Burton Kim Christenson Sarah Cohn Polly Hamilton VIpha Omicron Pi Princeton Hall Upperclass, Joseph Reynolds Upperclass, Allan Spivey ZeU Tau Alpha Melissa Maver Building 20 Jill Petrie 115 Lake Hollingsworth Linda Pittard Building 25 Jodi Roskosh Alpha Delta Pi Sue StaufTer Student Government Assoc. I ' Mary Thorn Assoc, of Women Students Karen Wertz Phi Mu Denise Wolfe Kappa Delta Kathleen Wood Alpha Chi Omega 165 James C, Rogers, Jr, Awar Tim Richardsor Tim Richardson, a senior from Haines City, Florida, represented the Association of Women Students. His major is Business-Finance Marketing. His activities and honors include: Student Government Asso- ciation — President, Junior Class President, American Student Association — Vice Chairman of Private Schools for the Nation, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi, 1982-83 Outstanding S.G.A. Senate mem- bers award. Who ' s Who Among Colleges and Universities, Wesley Fellowship, Committee on Student Affairs, National Association of Accountants, Resident Advisor — 3 years. 166 50th Honorary Chancellor Gerald R. Ford - 38th President of the United States 167 who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Front row (left to right): Angie Cicanese, Linda Pittard, Jodie Drees, Sarah Cohn, Kimberly Christensen, Jackie Kourmpates, Darice Fields. Middle Row — (left to right): Mark DeVoss, Rich Knowles, Douglas Trudeau, Dori Hernquist, Tami Shearer, Debbie Hutchinson, Joe Baker, Jr. Back Row — (left to right): Mark Ziebarth, Juan Carlos, DeRada, Paul Westcott, Tim Richardson, Rob Collins. NOT PICTURED: Amy Bardill, Ann Bassett, Kim Belmonte, Deborah Bidwell, Ron Bridges, Kim Calvert, David Flower, Al Garmon, Beth Haslage, Jayce Holley, Rob lies, Jody Kay, John Mines, Linda Parkos, Jill Petrie, Sue Stauffer 168 ■Greek Hall of Fame Front Row — (left to right): Polly Hamilton, Holly Alexander. Back Row — (left to right): Denise Wolfe, )oy DeCaro, Sarah Cohn. NOT PICTURED: Kim Clavert, Evanne Logan, and the Men ' s Greek Hall of Fame. I 169 170 171 172 ADMINISTRATION Theodore H. Haggard Assistant to the President Mead F. Rogers Vice President for Development 173 Bishop E.J. Pendergrass Assistant to the President Dr. Charles Thrift, Jr. President Emeritus William B. Stephens Director of Admissions William S. Barnes Chaplain 174 Robert Sterling Director of Student Financial Aid Mary Lou Spencer Registrar 175 Francis L. Luce Placement Assistant Frank P. Szabo Assistant Dean of Students for Men Hugh A. Moran, Jr. Dean of Students I Darrell D. Webb Physical Plant Manager Kim A. Pickering Assistant to the Dean of Students for Lynn Coding Women Assistant Dean of Students for Women 176 I Samuel W. Luce Director of Recreation Melinda B. Luce Director of Student Activities 177 Art (Left to Right) Gale Doak, Joyce Davis, Banton Doak, Downing Barnitz, Beth Ford 178 Biology (Left to Right) Malcolm Manners, Margaret Gilbert, Robert Baum, Sharon Hooker, John Halderman, Mary Walker, John Tripp, Laurence Campbell 179 Business Economics (Left to Right) Row 1: Murrell Gillan, Wendell Hulcher, Harold O ' Leary, Mary )o Berquist, )efFrey Wiley, Margaret Bair, Joan Buccino, Row 2: Mrs. Long, Allen Larsen, Patricia Dockery, Samuel Newman, Bruce Arnold, Duane Hopkins, William Juchau 180 C i trus Horti culture (Left to Right) Sue Herdman, Vera Mullen, Robert Prevatt, Thomas Mack, Malcolm Manners 181 Communications ■1 ■1 (Left to Right) Edward Thorn, Gary English, Stephen Winzenberg, Harold Waters, Richard Wilber, John O ' Brecht 182 Education (Left to Right) Row 1: Mary Peaslee, Louise Pitt, Emily Hancock, Row 2; Davis Holland, Jo Ann Little, Katherine Betts, Jack Haynes 183 English (Left to Right] Paula Romanik, Gwendolyn Ziemann, Wesley Ryals, Robert Tate, Glenn James, Mary Ann Hodges, Robert Zimmerman, Raymond Lett 184 History Political Science (Left to Right) John Santosuosso, Francis Hodges, Larry Durrence, Rand Sutherland 185 Language i|j 1 1 (Lef to Right) Bennett Cole, Gerda von Paleske, Jose Martinez, Wallace Brandon Math (Left to Right) Row 1: Allen Wuertz, Caroline Durham, Brunner Hunt, Row 2: Lane Goodson, Daniel Carreira, Henry Hartje 187 Military Science (Left to Right) Sgt. 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Stephen Allen Music Timothy Allison Business Adm. John Anastasia Business Mark Angelo Business Spencer Artman Biology Lora Ash Criminal Justice Katherine Axt Elementary Ed. Jeffery Babineau Communications Craig Bachar Accounting Rebecca Bachtel Christian Ed. Cynthia Ball Business Ed. Kevin Banfield Personnel Amy Bardill Political Science Kim Barfield Art Communication Brian Basile Art Communication Elizabeth Bass Personnel Management Ann Marie Bassett Business Kimberly Belmonte Accounting Ronald Betz Accounting Deborah Bidwell Mathematics Seniors 201 Melinda Bittinger Art Communication David Black Ornamental Hort. Carrie Blackwell Business Robert Blaydes Business Michelle Boisvert Public Relations Katherine Boose Elementary Ed. MaryBeth Bosserdet Financial Mgmt. Richard Bovay Communications Darrell Brackin Citrus Joyce Bradley Political Science Joan Brady Art Therapy James Bridges Social Science Ronny Bridges Biology Ray Britt Jr. Accounting Lawerance Brooks Criminal Justice Jon Brow Business Jacqueline Brown Social Work Jennifer Brown Business David Buckner Personnel George Budd Ornamental Hort. 202 Seniors Joseph Burley Business Management Robert Burnetts Business Adm. Victoria Burton Psychology Kimberly Calvert Education Frank Campano Accounting Larry Campbell Business Tammy Campbell Marketing Mgmt. Lisa Ann Carlton Business Stephen Carlton Communications Suzette Caroli Social Work Chris Cates Business Adm. David Carter Marketing Gail Cates Business Adm. Donna Chastain Sociology Kimberly Christensen Mathematics Susan Christopher Mathematics Tina Christy Economics Kenneth Clark Political Science Lori Clark Marketing Nancy Clark Finance Lori Cochrane Business Bill Cockrell Music Management Sarah Cohn Communications Kathryn Cole Art Communication Robert Collins Communications Michael Conners Accounting Patricia Connors Therapeutic Recreation Jeanne Cope Business Teri Courtoy Communications Michelle Couture Education Seniors 203 Elizabeth Cox Music Management Kevin Cox Political Science Robert Cronkhite Communications Kris Crooks Mathematics Kristian Crooks Sports Management Michael Culumber Accounting Sheila Daniels Art Recreation Kimberly Davis Communications Joseph Davis Communications Patty Davis Business Stacy Davis Accounting Van Davis Accounting Joy DeCaro Business Adm. Kathlena Dedlow Biology Felix Deering Mathematics Giovanni Delcompare Citrus Lynn Demmer Business Shari Dennard Business Adm. Barbara Devonville Personnel Mgmt. Elizabeth Derada Business Juan Carlos DeRada Marketing Linda Dinkins Communications Douglas Dobrinich Financial Mgmt. John Dolan Marketing Lynn Domagala Communications Clay Donald gH Music Ed. ij l L Kathleen Donohue jfl C B Business Mark Dorrill 1[ » " K,- Communications Ik " ' B Debra Dorsey I||| Hm p ' v|Hp Marketing Kr- ' Amy Downey . fl r Biology R ,;1 204 Seniors ; -- £.h - jJUud Cynthia Dunwoody Communications Cindy Durrance Elementary Ed. Charles Dutil Communications Alan Edwards Accounting Mark Edwards Citrus Deborah Ellis Business Adm. Frederick Elmhorst Communications Eden Escamilla Communications Dean Fagally Communications Wade Fahnestock Business Adm. Douglas Feek Citrus Lee Ferdon Religion Susan Ferris Sports Mgmt. Christopher Fielder Communications Maury Filips Political Science Jeff Fillmore Political Science Joseph Finnegan Marketing William Fisackerly Religion Kristen Fishbaugh Communications Erin Flanagan Marketing Seniors 205 David Flower Marketing Mgmt. Marrion Flowers «|mL Biology Ellen Fluck 1 Math jjggj ■ Lori Fogel Social Science . - H 1 Julia Gallin k¥ M 1 Communications mLJi 1 Deborah Gerg Psychology Laura Gilcrest Social Science David Glod Business Adm. Raymond Goodin, Jr. Personnel Jane Gordon Communications Rob Goulet Communications Gwyndolyn Graham Business Adm. Eloise Grams Psychology Janet Gray Sports Mgmt. Jennifer Gray Elementary Ed. Teresa Green Therapeutic Recreation Keith Greenwood Business Stacey Grimm Advertising Karen Grob Accounting Brian Gurchiek Finance Joseph Giuttari Sports Mgmt. Tammy Haer Business Scot Hagadorn Biology Polly Hamilton Elementary Ed. Marie Hannah Social Science Maria Hardwick Sports Mgmt. Jack Harris Communications James Harris Business Jay Harris Political Science Rhonda Hartje Business 206 Seniors A s I Stephen Hartsfield Religion Wade Harvey Finance Elizabeth Haslage Business Adm. Richard Hayes Art Communication Ronnie Hayes Accounting Edward Hecker Business Adm. Rebecca Hedges Social Work April Henderson Education Phyllis Henderson Elementary Ed. Mark Henschel Music Mgmt. Susann Hensley Communications Jennifer Hermany Sacred Music Dori Hernquist Political Science Laurie Hiatt Art Ronald Hicks Elementary Ed. Holly Hight Business James Hill Marketing Mgmt. Susan Hogge Psychology Jayce Holley Political Science Barbara Hoover Social Work Dretha Ison Music Education Michael Ivey Citrus Robert Jadusingh Biology Rodman Jaeger Ornamental Horticulture Jeff Janszen Sociology Brian Jefferies Personnel Mgmt. Christopher Johns Journalism Moses Johnson Biology Pamela Johnson Finance Gwendolyn Jones Business Jeffrey Jones Marketing Mgmt. Judith Jones Biology Mark Jordan Biology Tamela Jordan Early Childhood Ed. Amy Jorgensen Psychology 208 Seniors J Donna Julian Math Christian Kaelin Criminal Justice Jody Kay Physical Education Lynn Keenan Music Karen Kelly Christian Ed. Satoshi Kimura Business Linda King Psychology Karen Kladakis Elementary Ed. Walter Klein Physics Joseph Knaack Business David Knowles Accounting David Knutson Physical Education Richard Koepsel Marketing Jackie Kourmpates Music Tom Kramig Communications Robin Krimm Psychology Jennifer Kunde Finance Virginia Landry Social Work Janet Langford Elementary Ed. Dina Lauricella Biology Hugh Lawson Psychology Margie Lee Advertising Stephen Lehman Citrus Donald Leon Psychology Vincent Leone Art Communication Jim Lewis Natural Science Gregory Lietzau Finance Alicia Loadholtes Marketing Mgmt. Jeffrey Locascio Political Science Barry Logan Accounting Seniors 209 Evanne Logan Sociology David Loiselle Marketing Mgmt. Darryl Long History Lowell Longstreth Marketing Marcos Lopez Sociology William Lowe Biology John MacKay Marketing Richard MacKenzie Business Larbara Makris Communications Cindy Manley Early Childhood Ed. Katrina Manz Early Childhood Ed. Christine Marmen Computer Science David Marmol Communications Lorri Marvel Physical Education Phil Masie Business John Matz Business Mgmt. James Maurno Finance Melissa Maver Accounting Leslie May Business William McAnly Political Science 0S |5 i i V »- 7 a »l f 210 Seniors Paul McCann Business Colleen McGehee Elementary Ed. ludi McMillan Accounting Matthew McMillan Political Science Serena McQuillen Business Ed. Jimmy Mee Recreation Laura Melton Journalism Edward Meszaros Biology Ward Michaels Business Craig Miley Citrus Mark Miley Journalism Wendy Miller Elementary Ed. Lori Milligan Communications Dave Minotti Marketing Peter Mollo Communications Debra Moore Psychology Michael Moore Political Science Michael Moore Physical Education Cynthia Morvillo Communications Floanne Murdoch Communications Dawn Murphy Marketing Joseph Newton Business Windon Newton Art Communication Mary Nichols Marketing Mgmt. Mary-Jo Nobile Special Education Timothy O ' Leary Finance Chris O ' Meara Journalism Penny Orr Biology Emily Page Communications Elizabeth Palmer Biology Seniors 211 Michael Paracca Marketing Mgmt. Linda Parkas Music Education Paul Parzik Religion Mark Patricoski Business Myra Penuel Physical Education Alan Pex Psychology Dan Pfister Jr Business Chris Pharo lt f Business Jack Piemonte Business Adm. Cheryl Pierce Biology Jfa Linda Pittard Psychology Monika Plischue Tourism Elizabeth Powell Business Adm. Thomas Powers Citrus Eric Pratt Business Adm. Kavick Price Citri-Business Michelle Price Accounting Sara Putnam Biology Winnifred Putnam Sociology James Ranson Political Science Robert Rawls Business Curtis Rawsthorne Business Mgmt. Jelane Reed Business Adm. Jo Dee Reese Citri-Business Gregory Reints Horticulture Gardner Reynolds History Tim Richardson Business Lorraine Rideout Broadcasting Tamara Ridgdill Business Diane Rhea Business 212 Seniors Jane Robert Communications Cindy Roberts Music Carrie Roche Marketing Chris Rogers Citrus William Rogers Jr. Computer Info. Syst. Robin Rosemeier Sociology odi Roskosh Communications Jackie Rossing Communications Brent Ryan Business William Ryan Business Patricia Sacco Communications Robert Salmi Business Kelly Sanders Physical Education Dean Sasek Mathematics Lynn Satterfield Broadcast Comm. Bonnie Saunders Physical Education Barbara Scherer Communications Dirk Schmidt Music Mgmt. Kelley Schroeder Physical Education Amy Schuler Special Education Seniors 213 Shawna Scott Communications Steve Seipp Broadcasting Craig Seitz Communications Anthony Senzamici Physical Education Linda Sessions Elementary Ed. Kelly Sheel Art Therapy Lynne Simms Elementary Ed. Bruce Simpson Religion Jama Smith Communications Lance Smith Recreation Lisa Smith Recreation Patricia Smith Business Robin Smith Marketing Mgmt. Allen Spears Management Frank Spi nosa Jr. Business Mgmt. Robert Stambaugh Citri-Business Nancy Stanley English Travis Stanley Journalism Stephen Stapor Business Landa Starling Special Education Wes Starling Political Science William Starr Journalism Susan Stauffer Communications Deedra Stebbins Education Jeremiah Steiner Finance Glenn Stettenhagen Marketing Elizabeth Stewart Criminal Justice Rebecca Stevens Art Communications Helen Stewart Elementary Ed. Chuck Stickler Finance 214 Seniors . tiik fJSi Renee St. Louis Business John Stohler Business Laurie Struck Art Communications David Styron Sports Mgmt. Alison Taylor Business Bruce Templin Horticulture James Tew Marketing Mgmt. John Thompson Sports Mgmt. Steven Thompson Political Science Mary Thorn Business Joyce Tiberio Financial Mgmt. Susan Tonn Finance Douglas Trudeau Communications Laurie True History John Tucker Personnel Mgmt. Renee Turbeville Accounting Clifford Turner Physical Education Jimmy Turner Citrus Barbara Turney Marketing Melissa Tye Communications Seniors 215 Edna Vulcano German Deborah Waldo Mathematics Samuel Walker Citri-Business Michael Walsh Horticulture Carla Warren Business Wade Warren Social Science Diane Wegerif Citri-Business Curtis Weishaupt Citri-Business Karen Wertz Art Therapy Joseph Wheatley Chemistry Beaugwynn Wigley Finance Patricia Wilcox Communications Pamela Williams Business Adm. Kimberly Wirick Business Mgmt. Barney White Finance 216 Seniors r Paul Woerner Sociology Robert Wolf Business Adm. Denise Wolfe Accounting Amy Wood Biology Kathleen Wood Finance Vince Wyatt Mathematics Mary Wyllie Horticulture Hollye Yard Computer Science Joseph Zamrin Mathematics Nicholas Zahni Psychology Seniors 217 Juniors (Left to Right) Tammy Reichert, Scott Grossman, Paul Westcott, Nancy Straw 218 i % «f v- 5 Cyndie Ade Caryn Albert! Victor Albo Carta Albritton Pete Aldrich Laurie Allegood Steve Allmond Beverly Alvis Kathy Amick Aaron Anderson lames Anderson Ira Anderson Mary Anderson Paula Anderson Richard Anderson Deborah Andrews Kolby Andrews Theodore Armistead Donna Auger Sally Austin Allison Avey Philip Bagwell Mitch Bailey loe Baker lames Barr Kimberly Barrows Robert Bass Katherine Bastidas Darryl Baxley Sarah Beasley Steven Behre lames Belanger Mark Benson Kurt Beronja Eileen Berry Cindy Beswick Nancy Blakeslee leannie Blocker Trent Bolesky Michele Bonina Lynne Bovay Walter Bowlby Shelly Brady Fluman Brandan Steven Breathitt Daniel Britt Elizabeth Broadwater George Brooks Cherilynn Brown Juniors 219 Kelly Bruce Thomas Bruder Suzanne Bubregh Patsy Bull Claude Burnett John Burnett Patrick Burns Sandra Burns Susan Burton Scott Bushouse Harold Cameron Luis Campano Tim Campbell Danny Cannon Edwin Carlson Kletia Carlson Jim Carroll William Gary William Cash Dana Casini George Castine Richard Cates John Cedarbury Michelle Cerdan Joyce Ceto Michel Chisum Heather Chryst Robin Ciminello Susan Clark Terri Cole Angeline Colina Garnett Coolier Kenneth Comer Katherine Connelly Hillary Counts John Couture Chris Coward Dana Cozine Ray Crone Scott Crossman Sandra D ' Agati William Daniels Cynthia Davenport Angelia Dean Tammy Sue Dean Elizabeth Deaton Jill DeFino Joe DiCesare Bill Dickman 220 Juniors Chuck Diggs Dan Domimick David Douglas Stephen Dowdie Charla Drake Jodie Drees Bobby Duncan Lisa Dunson Lisa Durham loAnne Dyer David Dyrek Timothy Edwards Marion Ellis Jill Emerson Lisa Estes Thomas Evans Philip Fabiano Harry Farnbaugh Richard Fearnow Tina Feleccia Carl Ferrano Daniel Field Darice Fields Susan Fischbach James Floyd Dorothy Flynn Robert Flynn Karyn FoUand Juniors 221 Anne-Marie Fox Gary Franek Jill Freeman Kathleene Freeman Robin Freeman Kathie Fuller Kelly Funston James Futch Glenda Gage Gregg Gamester Anglea Gann Brian Gardner Alan Garey Alvin Garmon Vicki Garrone Sherry Gauntlet! Thomas Geller Robin Gerhard Henry Gibson Marcia Gillett Colleen Gillogly Peter Girardin William Glode Bibiana Gomez Joseph Gong Ricardo Gonzales Brooks Goodgame Holly Goodrich L y ' viii ii 222 Juniors Nora Gould Steve Graves Robert Green Suzanne Green Teresa Griggs Brett Grover Dhays Gruber Mark Guzior Lynn Hallock Lisa Ham Leona Hammond Holly Hangen Madison Hankal Margaret Hannon Susan Hansberger Beth Ann Harding William Hardman Beth Harrelson Ragan Harrison Eric Hartje Susan Hause Patrick Hegert Jeff Henderson Melissa Hendley Harold Hendren Martha Herron Greg Highnam Frederick Hilmer I Juniors 223 Kirk Hobart Kelly Hobbs Amy Hodge Kirk Hodson Heidi Holcomb Kathryn Holmes Richard Hopper Leslie Hosick Carolyn Howard William Hughes Sharon Humburg Lisa Hunt Lori Hurt Douglas Hutchison Timothy Hyatt Robert lies Lisa Jackson Sharon lackson Suzanne Jackson Seeta Jadusingh Maureen Jahns Brian James John Jane Paula Jenkins Juanita Jess Charlie Jewett Clifford Johnson Marjorie Johnson Mary Johnson Tricia Johnson Christy Jones Clarke Jones Randy Jones Susan Jones Stephen Jones Paige Kasper Richard Kear William Kelley Robert Kenworthy Annette Kilgore Jan King Thomas Kirsten Scott Knecht Sharin Knoop Richard Knowles Scott Kolar Chris Kops Roy Kramer Ken Kranick 224 Juniors Kyle Krein Patricia Kramig Sally Land Kelly Landers Deidre Lane Sanford Lechner Traci Lincoln Linda Lohne Joanne Lyke H. T. Lykes II Sherry Lynch Laurie Madonia Rosemary Madonia Mark Mangum Linda Mann Edward Marable Russell Marlowe Timothy Marshall Lenor Marti Jeanne Mason Jeffrey Mathewson Juniors 225 Kelly McCarley jfik Celaine McCart ■v i S David McCorkle jft Ben McDaniel W m Barry McGee 1 9. James McGuire L, ' iV . Mable McKee imM t Patrick McKenna 0tlk Jeffrey McKey Wk «L. Vr Kirk McKinnon yj W Sharon McLellan IC fl elanie McMullen , Albert McNorton Jg Greg McNutt r M i William Meakin Rocco Mediate Scott Meeker Densie MicJialowski Kendra Mickelsen Grant Millensted Kathy Miller Sandra Miller Joy Milligan John Mines Anne Miotke David Moenning Brad Moore Charles Moore 226 Juniors Diane Moore Don Moose Adrea Morar Nicole Morgan Stuart Morrison William Morrison Tim Mulford Tom Murphy Mollis Mussler Kimberly Mutzel Steven Myers Leigh Nabers Nicholas Nalepa Luke Nash d i Rachel Nash Catherine Neff Douglas Noah Virginia Nunan Arne Oak Allison Odom Kay Odom Pete Oglesby Jacquie O ' Leary Patrick O ' SuUivan Mark Owen Greg Owens Leo Owens Thomas Pedro I Juniors 227 Lisa Page Prescott Palmer Ann Palo Lois Pansier Gene Panzer Dave Parkulo Laurie PauUin Mary Frances Payne Michael Peace Erick Pedersen Mark Peet James Pehrson Howard Penney Jeffrey Penrod Michelle Perdue Marty Perez Jill Petrie Lori Petrie Carla Pfotenhauer Karen Pierce Johnnie Pleicones Craig Poffenbarger Robert Pontious Marty Pottorff Todd Radloff Lori Rainey Betsy Raymond David Raymond Mary Jane Riner Jeanette Rinker Leicha Rittgers Jimmy Roberts Shannon Roberts Andrew Robinson Cindy Robinson Lauren Rodberg lulie Rogers Shell Rogers |odl Rome loy Rossi Pam Roy Patti Roy Scott Samsel William Sawyer Chris Scheuer Jeff Schnuckee Teresa Schrader Bret Seligman Elizabeth Sellers Sean Shappee Karen Shaw Tami Shearer Scott Shellabarger Debra Shepherd Penny Sherman Holly Sisson Alison Smith Paige Smith Stephen Smith Brenda Snedden Greg Sorensera Jeffrey Soukup Irene Sowards Louise Spencer Arthur Sputa Linda Stafford Kelly Stanley Todd Starks Wendy Starling Shaun Steggles Jane Steiner Scott Stewart Robert Stigleman Karen Stoff Donald Stokes Joseph Starda Nancy Straw Juniors 229 Susan Stuart Jeanne Stump Judi Sullivan Robert Sullivan Dayna Swalley Joni Synatschk Mark Tallo Thomas Temrowski James Teschner Lisa Tetsworth Diane Thomas MaryBeth Thomas Valerie Thomas Debra Thompson Cord Thorson Jeff Thurn Deanna Tingley Pamela Tipps Jeff Titus Raymond Titus Michelle Tomkow Pamela Topping Christine Towne Kosugi Toyokazu Terri Tremain Cynthia Trickel Paul Trinklein Mary Ann Troiano Lisa Trongone Janet Trucks Judy Truitt Maura Tysver Charles Underwood Lou Vaden Hector Villanueva Todd VonWeyhe William Wallace Nancy Walsh Kelly Ward Dowwie Ray Warren Wayne Washington Carole Washuta Gregory Waters Louis Weeks Christina Westberg Paul Westcott Gary Westerman Carl Winbanks Brenda Wilks 230 Juniors Greg Wilks William Willard Barbara Williams Paul Williams Tammy Wilson lill Winkler [anet Winslow Janice Wireman Melody Witt Beth Woerner Martha Wolfe Richard Woodall Kay Woodard Michael Workman Cheryl Worth Robert Wyckoff Matthew Wynne Bill Yancy Susan Yelton Susan Young luan Zapata Juniors 231 Sophomores 1 i f (Left to Right) Jeff Grove, Munro Sefeik, Beth White, Scott White 232 Tom Adair David Ake Christine Albino Tony Alford Brian Allen Terrie Almond Kris Alvarez Donald Amick 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Gisondi Becky Glass Rich Glickman Tamara Goetz Stephen Goodrick Deborah Green Jeff Grove Thomas Gustoff Brian Guyer Tammy Haire Teresa Hallman Elizabeth Hammond Tesi Hansen William Harlan Leigh Harrison 236 Sophomores Carolyn Harvey Beth Ann Hauser Robert Meckel Richard Heilig Diana Heitman Megan Henry Katherine Hester Thomas Hicks Pam Highnam Donna Hill Misako Hirama Darla Holb lulie Hone Michael Honsharuk Carter Hopkins William Hopkins Jr. John Houchin Susan Howard Jana Huling Doris Huss Paul Imathiu D. 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Margriet Knetsch Jane Knickerbocker Judith Konsler John Korbel Timothy Koutsaftes Kim Krasinski Paul Krist Tracey Kuehn Carrie Kunde Michael Labriola Amy Lack Paul LaFauci Penny Langston Alo Layla John Lennon III Jeanne Leslie Scott Levine Beth Lewis Randy Lewis Steven Lindemann Diedre Lloyd Mary Lloyd Clinton Logan Janine Lott Juan Luzio Glynda Lyon Judy MacDonald Elise MacLennan Michelle Major Salvatore Maniscalco James Manoli Michael Marcouiller Lew Marotti Owen Marr III John Martinez i% tr r £ Rich Martyn Kathleen Mathews Kathleen McBurney Patrick McCarley Susan McCollum an McConkey Gretchen McCurdy Thomas McDonald Elizabeth McGuire Franklin McKinney Thomas McMaster Laurel McNew Nelson Menendez Paul Mersch Beatrice Meyer ulie Michael Cynthia Michaelis Drew Miller Vincent Monteleone Paul Montoya eff Moore Ana Morejon Amy Morgan Matthew )ames Mosher Kimberly Napier Cynthia Newell Robert Nicholson Hideto Nishimoto Sophomores 239 Mary Nutt Susan Oliva Kieth Onderdonk Lisa Osmer Irene O ' Sullivan lim Pacioni Tim Packman Bettina R. Padgett Debra Padgett Kris Pahl Kimble Palmer Richard Parker Caroly Pasos Lee Paul BetteAnn Pelley Drew Peloubet Joy Permane Dawn Perry Lisa Peterson Jamie Piper Karen Pipkin Nicole Pleasants Steve Polonus Valerie Posenauer Bryan Powerl Rhonda Powner Joe Preston Tawn Prior 1 11 ; , 240 Sophomores f 1 .. ,_L_.; _... Tracey Prather Steven Puertas Michael Pursell Martha Puryear Warren Quels Mark Damon Raiford Charles Ranaudo Richard Rasmussen Greg Reynolds Margaret Reynolds Marolyn Rhoades Patricia Richards Duncan Ridley Mike Roberts Daniel Robertson Dorothy Robinson Stephen Robenson Brenda Rogers Brian Roskamp Sandra Russell Donald Samra John Santiago Hamilton Sargent Mary Jo Sattler Craig Scates Scott Schaefer Valerie Schleicher Lauren Schild Cherilyn Schulze Amy Schweider Dineen Scoggins Kimberly Scott Sally Sechrest Munro Sefcik Cammie Selig Sophomores 241 Pam Sessions Jill Sheffield Kathryn Kim Shelly Beth Sherrick Paul Shumway Anita Sipe ,, Sandi Slate J Edward Slechta Dawn Smith Kim Smith Sandy Smith Deborah Smoak Josh Snively Richard Soule Ruth Spencer Caroll Sprauer David Springer Richard Spurlin Lynda Stauffer John Steadman John Steele Michael Steele Alicia Stein Jennifer Stevens Michael Stevens Jeffrey Stewart Elizabeth Stidham Susana Stilson Marcy Strong Kelly Sullivan Catherine Szaro Richard Tevault Chalah Thomas Sharon Thomas Kelly Thompson Fleet Tilden Tracy Toy James Travis John Turner Kevin Venancio Kelly Walker Les Walter Paul Walker Andrew Walls Eileen Walsh Katherine Ward Melanie Ward Roger Ward Aileen Ware 242 Sophomores Patty Warren Connie Waschull Kathy Watkins Polly Watson Caroline Weaver Steve Weis Meridy Werder Janet Whaley Frank Wheeler Gena Wheeler Beth White Lisa White Jim Wilhelm Charles M. Williams Natalie Williams Wendell Witten Roxann Woerner Elise Wood Kevin Wood Haili Wurtz Scott Wynn Dawn Yates lames Yelsits Kimberly Young Valerie Young Ed Zamorski Daniel Seisler Jane Zewalk Sophomores 243 Freshmen (Left to Right) Vickie Villalba, Bill Hankes, Ann Jago, Scott Sells 244 1 •P7 L f J Leon K. Abbett Susan E. Abello Ralph Acquaro Sally Ann Adkisson Beth Allen Kyle Altstadt Ernie Anderson Joseph Angelino Stephen Auld Russell Ausley Lesley Austin Robert Bailey II William Ball Deonne Barger Gregory Barnes David Batman Thomas Beall Steven Bedford Kristi Beggs Renee Behr Ana Bejar Marisa Bell Ian-Annette Bellamy Al Bellotto Babette Bennett Lynn Bergmon II Matt Bernal Elizabeth A. Bickhart )ane Bistline Joseph Bivona Ashley Blackridge Paul Blackwood David Boisvert Christine Bovi es Teresa Bowman James Bracey Lynn Bradley Hope Brandis Rick Brandt Freshmen 245 Bonnie Bridges Sandra Broadhurst Bonnie Broman Margaret Bronson Karen Brown Leslie Brown Shawn Brumbaugh Jeffrey Bua Otto Bundy Kristine Butler Carie Call Russell Carawan Maritza Carrion Timothy Carson Vera Carson Christopher Carton Charles Casten Stanley Castor Stephen Castor Karen Cates Faith Chapin Ken Chesire Brad Chill Jennilyn Chuck Teri Cinelli Pamela Claughton Traci Close Laurie Colacini Shawn Coleman Gregory Cook Linda Covello Angela Cowden Lee Cox Marcella Cox Scott Croak Kimberly Croft Todd Csencsits Robert Curran Lori Daniels Jeannie Davis Shannon Dean Laurie DeLoach Sue Denman Anthony Densmore James Desmarais Dawn DeVoss James Dickinson Martin DiCregory Lois Dinkins rr iii 246 Freshmen Kimberly Disbro Douglas Dodd Tammy Dolan Andrea Dorl Patricia Douglas William Dudman Gretchen Dunker Gilbert Dunlap Marti Dunn Edythe Durbeck Kritin Dye Daniel Dyer Hugh Eighmie Tom Elliott Suellen Embler Jennifer Ertel Pamela Evers Douglas Fagan James Ferland Keli Fink Robert Fiore Nancy Fisher David Fisico Megan Fletcher Anne Floyd Thomas Flynn Emily Folker Marcia Forsett Freshmen 247 II . Kim Frasier Douglas Freebern Sean French Donald Fry Mark Fugett Leyla Gagliano Martha Gales Christine Gannon Kirk Geiger Michele Germain Marian Gilmore Terrance Gilmore Sheila Glover Marcie Gogerty Cindy Gordon Richard Gordon Tom Gram Thomas Grant David Green Lauralee Green Alison Greer Roben Griffin Mike Grossman Marylynn Haas Jeff Hagy Molly Hamilton William Hankes Karen Hanlon 248 Freshmen j_ nut. - . IHiAHBBiHi mmlUtKKMWKT r ti 1 , n Rebecca Hardaway Melanie Harden Steve Harder Suzanne Harmon Thomas Harris Lisa Harrison Holly Hartery Anne Hartman Bruce Hartup Yali Hasan Chris Hayes Jeannine Headley Lee Hegley Susan Hegyessy Kimberly Hewett Scott Higgenbotham William Hill Kimberly Hilson Clark L. Hippler Victoria Hodge Roger Holler III Karina Holt Ralph Howe Laura Hulse lannie Hunt Sherry Hussey Laura Huth Barbara lanzano Beatrix Ivanyi Yugoro Iwamuta Lori Izzo Lisa Jackson Lisa Jackson Ann Jago Jeffrey Jakes Scott James Irene Jenkins James Jenkins Paul Jenkins Jackie Jennings Rosemarie Johnson Jeanne Johnston Jennifer Jones Mary Lynne Jones Michael Jones Linda Justice David Kalchbrenner Denise Kanitsch Craig Kardon Freshmen 249 Lisa Kaytis Elisa Kennedy Sabrina Kershner Judith Killam William King IV Chris Kirchman Cathy Kirk Adam Korsick James Kreinbrink Catherine Krist Michelle Kurtgis Donna Laing Cathy Lamb Cynthia Lambert Scott Lambeth Keri Lamparter Todd Lanfave Maryann Lantinga Paul LaPorta John Lasch Mary Lemasters Christina Lenihan Nancy Leonard Pearl Levy Brian Lewandowski Kelly Lewision Richard Lindau Nancy Lindell Suaan Lippmann Karen Lloyd Kathryn Lloyd Thomas Long Shelley Longnecker Wade Luke Eric Lyman Amy Maclntyre Janie Maguire Michael Mahoney Susan Main Robert Malan Eric Manning William Manson Keith Martin Roxanne Martin Stephen Mathis Roy McCrerey Missy McDermott Mary McDonald Mary McGee 250 Freshmen P A -C . --W ' w R- Paula McKay David Meehan Phil Mendham loseph Merenda Lauren Meyer lay Michael lohn Michael Debbie Michel Anthony Middleton Kevan Miles Scott Milleman Kimberly Miller Frank Miner Laura Mischley Catina Mitchell David Mixner Yoshizawa Miyuki Charity Moore Tracy Moore John Morgan lennifer Mosher Maria Mossbarger Julie Mulford lames Murphy |r. Maureen Murphy Paula Napolitano Stephanie Nase Elizabeth Nesbitt Dee Newsome Rebecca Nichols April Norris Kimber Norris Denise Notaro Diane Oleson Yoshiko Oshida Jeanette Owen Tom Paar Brett Pace Ann Padgett Maritza Padron Anthony Panno Samantha Parkman Greg Parks Elba Pasos Toby Patterson Frank Peacock Paul Pederson Shannan Peterson Lori Petrella Lisa Philbeck Lisa Pinder Loriann Pinner Kathy Pirkle Johnnie Pleicones Lorie Plyer Andrea Pope 252 Freshmen Gerald Prescott Debra Price Mary Priest Alex Prieto )odi Radake Patricia Ralston Darcy Ranson Paula Rappleyea Kenneth Rea Julie Reese Kelly Reimann David Richardson Jr. Donna Richardson Keli Richardson Heidi Rigby Rob Rittgers David Roberts Kim Roberts Susan Robertson Shelli Robinson Sandy Roeder Michele Rogers Richard Ross [r. Catherine Roth Lorelei Rouse Suzanne Roy Kim Russ Paul Rybinski LeeAnne Rymph Stephen Santiago Mollie Sawyer Regina Sayer Lynne Scalf Traci Scatchard Martin Schiller III Stephen Schofield Cynthia Scott Holly Sellman Scott Sells Sandra Sessums Stuart Setcavage Michael Setzer Kim Sharpe Debbie Shaver Pamela Sheffer Freshmen 253 ■■■■■■■■■ x . Jill Sheneman || H|Bl Lee Shewmake CPaSi Cheryl Shirah ■fey aS Thomas Shorter ■mH K Frances Sickler H H| Allyn Simmons Sf ' f i Robin Sirota Sa Jonathan Sjogren Alise Smith Tammy Smith Alan Snapp Anna Sokolowski Carole Spedale Ralph Spencer Paul Spurlin Kathryn Stammberger Christopher Slegura Allanna Stephens Jill Stephens Cynthia Stevens Kimberly Ann Stevens Scott Stevens Kenneth Stoff Roger Stone Frank Stork Kim Storkel Frank Strazzula Gretchen Stross Bunny Sutton Joyce Swenson James Taggart Cheryl Talbott John Taylor Lisa Taylor Karen Teel David Thacker A Tracy Thayer Sagine Thebaud E 9r Toby Therrien M Donald Thiele p Cindy Thompson 4 Margaret Thompson 1 Elizabeth Tierney David Tisdale Tracy Ann Torrance Kathleen Tourville William Travi Michael True Lisa Tucci 254 Freshmen Adam Uchin Tricia Urban Valerie Valdespino Victoria Villalba Lee Wages Vance Waggener Michael Walker Robert Walker Mickey Waller Robert Warden Kristi Watkins Thomas Watson Allen West Cynthia West Christopher White Trudy White Carol Wiggins Holly Williams Mark Wilson Julia Wirtz Kelleigh Withers Lois Wittenburg Kimberly Wooten Kimberly Workman Roland Wyant Richard Yelton Laura Zimmerman Tahar Zenati Freshmen 255 256 I I r Southern oodbye 257 A year of memories Along with the closing of another school year were the memories of victorious triumphs and JoneJy defeats, good times and had situations and the remembrances of new beginnings and old friends. 258 259 J ■ 31 -HMMBMWMMM . mf iiiiiniiiniiMN M f ym 262 graduation prompts new challenges It all hits at once. Nerves become jumpy and stomachs actie with excitement. Graduation is upon us! Hundreds of dedicated seniors are about to take one of the most important steps in their Jives. For the past four years, sniors have endured almost every kind of hardship. Now they must turn to a new world where they wiJJ be faced with many ,ew challenges. These graduates must act as the responsible adults that they ore. They must accept the responsibilities that re handed to them. I A lifetime of challenges are waiting to be completed and infinite opportunities are right ahead of them. 263 L 262 Graduation prompts new challenges llBlt all hits at once. Nerves become jumpy and stomachs ache with excitement. Graduation is upon us! tr Hundreds of dedicated seniors are about to take one of the most important steps in their Jives. For the past four years, " ! seniors have endured almost every kind of hardship. Now they must turn to a new world where they will be faced with many U ,new challenges. These graduates must act as the responsible adults that they are. They must accept the responsibilities that " are handed to them. I A lifetime of challenges are waiting to be completed and infinite opportunities are right ahead of them. 263 . Graduation 264 265 I In memory of . Tom Wilnau Editor ' s Note: The following is a re- print of the memorial to Mr. Wilnau written by William H. Skip Boyer, edi- tor of the Southern News, as it ap- peared in the July 1983 issue. When Tom Wilnau walked across the stage at this year ' s commencement to receive his degree, he also received a standing ovation from the members of the senior class. Tom was 56 years old when he received that degree. He had been attending classes in both the evening and day programs to complete his work. He was also teaching classes in the journalism department, bringing to his classroom years of experience as an accredited public relations profes- sional and radio broadcaster. He had fallen in love with Florida Southern and the students and staff members of the College had fallen in love with him. Tom Wilnau was a very special man, a loving father, talented professional, caring teacher and close friend. He died of heart failure on July 2, 1983. To say he will be missed doesn ' t begin to do justice to the emptiness that his passing leaves in the lives of those of us who were fortunate enough to be num- bered among his friends. 266 267 269 IT MAY SOUND OLD- FSSHIONED... ... but we want to say thanks to the businesses and organizations that appear in this section of the 1984 INTERLACHEN. Our advertisers are very special — their support and interest helps make this record of the 1983-84 school year possible. They represent quality and service and we encourage you to call upon them. Quality and service, like saying ' ' thanks " , are ideas that never go out of style. Congratulations to the Class of ' 84 Compliments of HOME FURNISHING CENTERS FURNITURE • APPLIANCES • FLOOR COVERING eHOME ENTERTAINMENT OVER 175 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST 270 Congratulations to the Class of ' 84 and Best Wishes to all Southern Students The FSC Bookstore Good times begin at the Pubhx Deli, rtxi II find everything (rom compiete Deli Dmners. tncluchng tned chicken and all the fixm ' s, to sancJwiches and salads alt ready to take out. And whether you ' re entertaining formally or casually, Deli platters are a great way to get the good limes underway. QtPublix THE MOST CONVENIENT CARD IN LAKELAND SEARSTOWN BRANCH Searstown Shopping Center EDGEWOOD BRANCH 2150 E. Edgewood Dr. SOUTHSIDE BRANCH Lake Miriam Square EAST LAKELAND BRANCH 435 S. Combee Road NORTH LAKELAND BRANCH Lake Gibson Shopping Center CENTRAL AVENUE BRANCH 1515 S. Central Avenue Peoples Bank of Lakeland 115 S. MISSOURI AVE. • PHONE 687-6500 • MEMBER F.D.I.C 271 WHEREVER YOU ARE WEISNOT arnett ?anK All Bamett Banks are members o FDIC PIPER J " I LAKELAND Home of the New CHEYENNE IV and Piper ' s DELIVERY CENTER THEffl SOUTHERN CONGRATULATES ALL GRADUATING SENIORS . . . BEST WISHES! 272 " Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding. " (Job: 28:28) SCHWEIZER ASSOCIATES. INC. architecture - engineering - planning - construction services THE ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN GROUP 55 EAST JACKSON STREET PO. BOX 1471 ORLANDO. FLORIDA 32802 TELEPHONE (305) 425-0922 273 Jiappajjuipi u$ an ymeY juamia is cay aus umcrdoa Tyler FLOHAL SHOPPE SiH£» 1 1 10% Discount given to all FSC students ' ' ¥lO N RS FASHIONED WITH LOVE " 682-4754 I B or 688 7355 207 E. Main St. Maas Brothers. Florida ' s quality department store. Here ' s our invitation to come in and say hello to Maas Brottiers, a Florida tradition. And you ' ll welcome having a Maas Brothers near you at 310 E. Orange Street where you ' ll find exciting fashions for you, your family and your home. Our Bridal Gift Registry Computer will assist you in the selection and registration of the perfect wedding gift to give or receive. We offer gift wrap and delivery for registered bride purchases at no charge, of course. In the Suncoast Restaurant you ' ll enjoy gourmet entrees, crisp salads and delicious tempting desserts. Use our Shop-at-Home service to shop for custom draperies and window treatments for your home. Charge purchases 3 ways with your Maas Brothers credit card, American Express or Diner ' s Club. With a Maas Brothers account you ' ll receive advance notice of all our exciting sale events. Our Continuing Club Account allows you to stretch your payments over a longer period for major home purchases. " Jane Lee " lets you shop by mail or phone, whichever is more convenient. Maas Brothers ' Travel Service, a division of Exchange Travel Service, can map out exciting vacation cruises and tours for you and your family. Our Gift Wrap department will gladly make your purchase as special on the outside as the gift is on the inside. Maas Brathers lj| tNii 11 Aiiiiusiows FLORIDA Tampa St Petersburg Clearwater Sorasota Fort Myers GoinesviHe Tallahassee Lakeland Bradenton Naples Winter Haven Ocaia Port Richey 274 $ Co S - C CONGRATULATIONS to the Class 0 1984 Compliments o : Nunez Collins TOUCHTON m)a 275 Good Luck Graduates the o wler M[ ' BfR For All Your Travel Needs 2015 S. Fla. Ave. Lakeland, Fla. 33803 (813) 682-2172 Fresh ideo! Neuj 12 oz. npple Juice from concentrote Nooi, our delicious l pple Juice is ovailoble in 12 ounce containers. Like our other canned juices, it ' s made from concentrate, so oie can guarantee the quality. More important, uue can guarantee the freshness. The fresh Ideas Componv. ' " jgice BOUL w P.O. 8oi 1 048 Lokelond. Florida 33802 (813) 665-5515 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 84 Compliments: CEMENT PRODUCTS SUPPLY CO. INC. GOLD AND SILVER FOIL STAMPING EMBOSSING • DIECUniNG FULL PROCESS COLOR STATIONERY • BUSINESS FORMS BROCHURES • BOOKLETS NEWSLEHERS • SOCIAL PRINTING W CROWN PRINTING INC 516 W. Main Lakeland, Florida CROWN PRINTING, INC. 1741 East Gary Road Lakeland, Fl. 33801 682-4881 682-1706 276 IMC is minerols, chemicols, environment, people. INTERNATIONAL MINERALS 6 CHEMICAL CORPORATION CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 84 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Congratulates its Graduating Seniors: Mitch Bailey Br0 Rob Collins Lyndbh Sweeting j, Dave Knowles — The Fraternity of Honest Friendship BEST WISHES!! Great State. Great People. Great Bank. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK LAKELAND 1 13 South Tennessee Avenue Lakeland 33802. (813) 686-1 136 6108 US 98 North, Lakeland 33805. (813) 858-4448 2105 New Tampa Highway Lakeland 33801 , (813) 688-6918 4405 South Florida Avenue. Lakeland 33803. (813) 644-8483 Member FDIC 277 Movies!!! Specials!!! Sports!!! We take you to the stars! ! ! ! 688-7707 GROUP WCABLE MHH Westinghouse Broadcasting and Cable, Inc. y f. LucL 5 MS V ' ) ia CK.I Oc c % Best Wishes from a newspaper with close ties and genuine affection for Florida Southern College: WeVe practically one of you. The Polk County Democrat Bartow ' s NEWSpaper Southern ' s FRIEND Printers of The Southern Two FSC alumni on the staff Advisors to the FSC Communications Dept. Sponsor of a Community Journalism Scholarship 925 E. PARKER ST. PHONE 682-6859 CORSAGES. WEDDINGS. FUNERAL PIECES. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS RADLEY FLOWER SHOP WIRE SERVICE LAKELAND. FLORIDA Balloons for all occasions. 278 BEST WISHES to the Graduating Class of FSC from the College Cafe and Terrace WILLIAMS WILLIAMS 1145 E. Main St. Campus Facilities Fraternity and Sorority Supplies, Check Cashing, Linen Supplies, Laundry Dry Cleaning, Shoe Repair vS GOOD LUCK ' 84 GRADUATES! Pepsi-Cola Bottling Group Winter Haven, FL 33880 5023 Recker Hwy. 813-967-4491 279 The Interlachen Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Jane Steiner EXECUTIVE STAFF Tom Adair Bobby Duncan, Jr. Karen Pierce Lauren Rodberg Jackie Rossing Patricia Willcox GENERAL STAFF Beth Allen Dan Brady Paige Kasper Nancy Lindell Cindy Robinson Joy Rossi Kathy Shelly ARTIST Laurie Struck BUSINESS MANAGER Maureen Jahns PHOTOGRAPHERS Brad Beck, Campus Photographer Chris Bowes Chuck Diggs Chris O ' Meara Jodi Lisa Rome D.J. Theile Basic photography class, fall semester FACULTY ADVISOR Hal Waters PUBLISHER Delmar Publishing Co. Charlotte, N.C. PUBLISHER ' S REPRESENTATIVE Byron Kennedy 280

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