Georgia Southern University - Reflector Yearbook (Statesboro, GA)
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Georgia Southern University Zkch S. Henderson Library REFLECTOR 1981 Georgia Southern College Landrum Box 8163 Statesboro, GA 30460 Contents Student Life 12 Organizations 82 Sports 168 Administration Faculty 234 ii Classes 256 Mike Ingram Editor Lori Tirey Associate Editor 3 The future is lying ahead of us But we can ' t really see 5 We are free to pick and choose the path The way that we must go. We are free to find the time and place Where our dreams may grow. We are free to sit back and relax, Live our life from day to day. We are free to go to parties and to socialize And dream our life away- We are free to accomplish Together or alone. Accomplishments may be big or small, Yet ours to call our own. Appreciate this freedom And all that it can mean. We ' re free to express, to speak, to live, A life along our dream. ii STUDENT LIFE 14 A Journey Into Magic, ' | by Kramer and Company Kramer and Company 17 20 22 24 ROTC at GSC Beth Mathis Crowned 1981 Homecoming Queen January 30 and 31 was Homecoming weekend at GSC. There were a flurry of activities for students, alumni, and the Statesboro community. The festivities included a parade, basketball games, alumni lectures and reunions, and other events. Lt. Gov. Zell Miller was the Grand Marshall of the traditional Homecoming parade. The parade included other state and local dignitaries, clowns, floats, and crazy cars. Saturday afternoon was the Lady Eagles vs. Georgia Tech basketball game with the men ' s game with Armstrong State afterward. The crowning of the GSC Homecoming Queen was held during halftime of the men ' s game. Miss Beth Mathis was crowned the 1981 Homecoming Queen. An art exhibit was sponored by the Student Art League on Homecoming Saturday. Congressman Ronald " Bo " Ginn was the featured speaker at the annual Alumni Awards Luncheon. An added attraction to this year ' s events was Fieldign Russell, a retired GSC professor of English, delivered an alumni lecture on Friday afternoon. 32 33 36 Place to Make Friends Georgia Southern A Place to Make Friends A Place to Make Friends 37 Everyone ' s Unique Way of Studying «•;- ■ 38 Studying Studying 39 Heavy Thunderstorms Damage GSC Campus Heavy thunderstorms and high winds struck Statesboro around 12:30 a.m. on February II. The storm caused approximate- ly $47,000 in damages to the GSC campus. Damage to the campus was limited to downed trees and powerlines except for Warwick Hall and the Plant Operations buildings which received extensive roof damage. Many trailers and houses were damaged in the area. No GSC students were injured. Four people from the statesboro community were injured with two admitted to the Bulloch Memorial Hospital. Heavy Thunderstorms Damage Campus 41 We ' ll Do Anything To Keep from Studying Georgia Southern ' s Hardworking Faculty Memories of Those Scrumptious Meals Scrumptious Meals 47 The Barber of Seville One of the Campus Life Enrichment Series at GSC was the presentation of The Barber of Seville, by the Virginia Opera Association. It was presented on March II in Hanner Fieldhouse. The Barber Of Seville 49 Linda Lucky Crowned Miss GSC Linda Lucky, of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority was crowned Miss GSC 1981. Runners-up were: Aileen Peacock, Kelly Shepard, Jackie Hodges, and Angela Brown. The girls had a private interview with the judges and competed in evening gown, swimsuit and talent. Pam Bone was named Miss Congeniality. Miss GSC 51 52 53 54 55 Having a Great Time at Georgia Southern 58 Having a Great Time at Georgia Southern Having a Great Time at Georgia Southern 59 Roberts Wins Race More than 200 Starters participated in the third annual GSC 10,000 Road Race. This year ' s winner was Don Roberts, who ran the six mile course in 32 minutes and 51 seconds. Karen Hill was the overall female winner in the 10,000 meter race. 60 GSC 10,000 GSC 10,000 61 Spring at Southern 63 Greek Week 1981 - Time of Togetherness Greek Week is a time of together- ness for all of the fraternities and sororities at GSC. There are many Greek Week activities. These activi- ties include a bicycle race, pizza-eating contest, Greek sing, and tug-o-war. Ken Curry and Janet Johnston were chosen as the 1981 Greek God and Goddess of the week ' s activities. 64 Greek Week Greek Week 65 GSC Masquers Present Mirele for Spring Play Mirele, a comical Jewish play dealing with Jewish immigration around the turn of the century, was produced by the Masquers May 20-23, as part of the Celebration of Jewish culture in Georgia and the World Festival of the Yiddish Spririt. The cast included Thadria Bell, Mike Anderson, Stan Silver, Randy Jackson, Jan Spsten, Tanya Gilmer, David Wilker- son, and Ed Edenfield. The ensemble included Don Huele, Vicki Brown, Nancy Cleveland, Kip Williams, Georgianne Maguolas, Ester Ziegler, and Elise Huff. 68 Southern ' s Wildlife 70 Southern Scenes GSC Review GEQRG) :a south PISS ANT - W 50.942 5 rlfl6 54.9 fW .4 41 42 A3 fit 102.905 ™ 2 J 9594 O 192 2 ff two 5,7 jf I Ta W e 19 180.948 183.85 Lantham. " " Series 59 Ft 40.907 m vies 72 GSC Review 63 »i» s$ is s» 1 9i Dewey, Thompson Receive High Honors Georgia Southern ' s annual Honors Day ceremony was held Friday, May 15. Russell Dewey, assistant professor of Psychology, and Jesse Thompson, a GSC senior, received the high honors of the day. The Professor of the Year Award was received by Dewey from Gamma Beta Phi. The Alumni Association Scholarship Award, given to a GSC senior with the highest GPA, was awarded to Thompson. Excellent Scholarship Awards, pre- sented to seniors with at least a 3.8 GPA, were presented to 26 seniors. Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges were awarded to 16 students and 29 students received Constructive Leadership and Unselfish Service Awards. Delma Presley, professor of English and 1980 Professor of the Year, gave the Honors Day address. " If a professor loves learning and those who learn, he will not burn out; he will pass on the flickering candles which without s ociety cannot find its way, " said Presley. 74 Honors Day Honors Day 75 Honors Excellent Scholarship Donna Faye Adams Karen Alice Aldredge Wendy Ann Alexander Betty Lou Andrews Henry Clayton Angell Lisa Ann Ansley Vicki Elizabeth Baron Sidney Mitchell Baggett William Kevin Bagwell Diana Marie Balzer Alice Jean Barbour Jane Ellen Barnes Robert Bernard Barnett. Jr. Linda Margaret Bearer Fred Edward Beverly Jeff Lyman Birdsong Julie Anita Bland Edith Marie Blank Betty Jean Boatright John David Bohler Connie Leanne Boykin Sabrina Valeria Boykins Annette Slater Branch Anne Elizabeth Brannen Gerald Keith Brantley Marten Leigh Braziel Frank James Brinson Julie Eileen Britt James Kelly Brooks Linda Sue Brown Tamala Brown Theresa Marie Brown Deborah Lynne Browning Donna Sue Bryant Sylvia June Bryant Margaret Ann Bynum Jill Elizabeth Cahill Kim Denise Callaway James Melbourne Cannon Janet Ann Cannon Rebecca Anne Cantrell Janet Allene Carr Gina Louise Carver Mary Virginia Chadwick Patricia L. Chambliss Elizabeth Regina Channell Diana Lynn Clark Richard Kenneth Clark Martha Lynn Claxton Susan Renee Cobb Douglas Cochran Albert F. Coleman, III Laura Ellen Cone Mary Teresa Cook Charlene Kay Cooper Betty Lou Copeland Julie J. Cowart Shirley R. Cowart Charles Ray Cox Linda Harrison Cox Deborah Cranman Carole Ann Crosby Diana Lynn Crouch Mary Emily Crudup Cathy Helen Davis Connie Marie Davis Ethel Susan Davis Joseph Maxwell Davis Joyce Evelyn Davis Leslie Shannon Davis Paula Jean Davis Edith Lynn Deal James Edmond Deal Janine Carline Deal Gail Dismuke Vicki Dismuke Deidre Jane Doak Brenda Sue Dorsey Ellen Dotson Larry Benton Dyal Mary Drury Deborah Ann Eason Susan Dell Exley William Gregory Fegan Lisa Ann Feix Patricia C. Fitzwater Jerry Ralph Forkey Samuel W. Forkey Dale P. Foster Marsha Fountain Robert Friedly Haskell Warner Fulmer Theresa Gayle Galletta Gay Ann Garrett Larry Eugene Garrett Penny Geiger Mary Diane Gentry Ferris Eugene George, Jr. Carole Lynn Gilbert Robert Thomason Gilchrist Tracey Glass Kathryn Rebecca Goode James Luther Graham. Jr. Pamela Susan Grantham Christopher R. Gregory Letitia Beth Gregory Elaine Madge Griffin Gloria Gail Griffin Jeffery Cliff Griffin Cathy Diane Grinsted Susan Page Groover Hampton Walker Haddock, Jr. Steven Keith Hall Nancy Elizabeth Handwerk Mary Hannaford Ronald Edward Harley, Jr. Cherie Hudson Harrell Lisa Renee Hart Terri Lee Hawk Martha Johannah Hickerson Regina Ann Higgins Brenda Sue Hill Susan Jo Hintz John Richard Hodges, Jr. Rhonda Alice Hutcheson Sandra Fay Hutcheson Sh errie Lynn Ivey Sarah Betsill Jenkins Jeffrey Scott Jernigan Christopher Lee Johnson Jeffery Irwin Johnson Sherril Ann Johnson Tana Marie Johnson Barbara Elnora Jones Lisa Renee Jordan Ramona Denise Josey Wilma Dean Joyner Sasikala R. Kalathoor Virginia M. Karper Robert David Kemp Mona Kight Richard Keith Knieriem Vincent Andrew Kochetta Charlene Leslie Lamke Dana Marie Lane Susie Mae Lanier David Robert Lavender Lucille P. Lee Honors Pamela Hagan Lee Linda M. Lentz Albert Obrien Linder, Jr. Glenn Nell Lovett Lawrence A. Lucree George Crawford Lute Dena Jan Luttrell Steve Allen Lynch Gregory Kirk Lynn Shirley Tyre Madray Janet Gayle Mann Patricia M. Mann Donald Randall Marsh Sarah Slade McDonald Norma Ann McElroy Susan Patricia Mclnarnay James Lee McMillan Wanda Renne Menger Shirley Jean Meeks Dwight Barry Miller Leisha Anne Miller Elizabeth Collier Mills Linda Jo Mincey Carta Cay Minchey Lisa Gaye Mitchum Cynthia Leigh Montgomery Luanna Dawn Moore Sherree Ann Moses Ronald Otis Mosley Mary Diane Moss Susan Leslie Mullins Stephanie Lynn Murphy Loren Rennee Muse Anita Gray Myers Steven Craig Nesmith Philip Keith Newberry Peter Johannes Nieminer Janelle Griner Nordine Sarah Lynn Norras Lori Michelle Nunnally Janet Latrelle Obrien Kathryn O ' Neill Mary Lynne Oglesby Debra Anne Owens Lynn Ellen Parker Margaret Maddox Parker Carmelita Beal Parrish Leonard Peter Perna, Jr. Cheryl Beth Petry Lynne Stevens Phillips Thomas Lee Pinkerton Aleatha Ruth Plott Susan Boykin Powell Kathryn Alice Prough Douglas James Pugh Douglas Gregory Rabitsch Carolyn Denise Ray Jo Anne Ray Mark Eugene Ray Glenda Brannen Reddick Paul Raymond Reynolds Gen Elizabeth Rice Jeffery Allan Richards Daisy Elizabeth Richardson Robert W. Riess Teresa Jan Riley Larry Wilton Ring Carol Denise Riser Edwin Patrick Roberts Amanda Ann Roe Pierce Allen Rogers Richard Lee Rogers Therese Louise Rousseau Ronald Anthony Royal James Gregory Rushing Rebekah Ann Russell Penny Marie Saczawa Jillane Sanders Betty Kelly Sandlin Carol Faye Savelle Juanita Perry Schou Horacio Eugene Schwalm, Jr. Wanda Gail Shadix Maryann Crawford Shaw Phebe Thain Sherrod Kimberly Dayle Shuman Scarlet Vickie Simmons Russell Scott Smiley Cynthia Ann Smith Jerrie Ann Smith Pamela Marie Smith Patrick Joseph Smith Virginia E. Spell Theresa Jane Spinks Emily Mary Stambuk Emily Susan Stanley Daniel Joseph Stephens Janice Williams Stokes Vicky Lynn Stone Kim Ellen Stradling Margaret Anne Strickland Kenneth McBeth Talley, Jr. Kimberly Ann Talley Dwight Franklin Tart Shari Anita Tate Ronnie L. Tatum, Jr. Donna Marie Thaggard Charles Gregory Thomas Elizabeth Reynolds Thomas Jesse McPherson Thompson, III Kathy Jane Thompson Kelly Jean Thompson Patricia Lynn Thornhill Susan Dianne Thornhill Suzanne Kay Thornton Susan Lynn Till Cary Lewis Tippett Lori Tirey Michael Dennis Tootle Robert Edward Turner Helen Jean Underwood Tamie Lynn Vaught Beverly K. Vogel Mary Patricia Volf Chris Drew Walker Laura Fay Walker Daniel Jason Wallace Sahbrennah Landra Walters Cathy Wood Ward Denise E. Ward Kathy S. Ward Gregory Lee Watford Linda Jean Watrous Daniel Cardell Webb Jacqueline Crafton Webb William Annis Workheiser Tammie Louise Whiddon Teresa Lynn White David Thomas Widincamp Tammy Lane Wilson Matthew Louis Wolfe David Holland Womack James Rabun Wood Kevin Dean Yeomans Shirley Kuhn Yeomans Cor ilia Ann Young Veronica M. Young Cheryl Marie Zak Jennifer Ann Zaraza Erk Russell 81 ORGANIZATIONS ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATION GSC Accounting Association, founded in 1969, is a professional organization that promotes the interest and understanding of accounting. Membership is open to students who are interested in accounting. The highlight of the calendar for 1980-81 was the quarterly " Meet the Accountant Night " banquet. At these banquets, the association, in coordination with Beta Alpha Psi Fraternity, hosted various professionals who spoke on different topics interesting to business students. Other activities included business meetings, professional meetings, tours of Claxton Bakery, Dabbs, Deal Thigpen, CPA ' s in Statesboro, and DeLoit, Haskins, and Sells accounting firm in Jacksonville, Fla.. and the end of the quarter parties each quarter. The members in the group picture include Beth Hodges, Mike Tootle, Shari Parker, Louise Dixon, Jimmy Geer, Doug Veal, Mark Rigdon, Don Hill, Al Daniel, Herb Miller, Alan Barnes, Ron Royal, Richard Knieriem, Mike Ingram, Shirley Yeomans, Betty Andrews, Carol Austin, Lynn Parker, Beverly Walker, Susan Mullins, and Cor ilia Young. II nil 1 m — SBUr 84 Organizations 1st row: Dana Lane. Betsy Bochman, Robin Kirkendall, Julie Johnson. Angie Joyner, Betsy Sheppard, Martha Blanford. Donna Sagos. Vicki Bowen, Chieko Martin, 2nd row: Rebecca Sirmans, Debbie Treece, Joni Symmes, Sari Bevis. Sally Grisamore, Teri Harper. Ruth Terrell. Beth Liddell, Patti Childs, Monika Redburn, Cindy Horton, Lisa Dart, Marsha Snith, Susan Till. Kim Eitel. 3rd row: Julie Hughey. Nancy Whitfield. Terri Thomas. Denise Ward. Lynne Conner. Jan Harrell. Amy Gardner, Kathy Machowski ALPHA DELTA PI Alpha Delta Pi, founded in 1851 and organized on campus in 1968. is GSC ' s oldest sorority. This year they par- ticipated in numerous activities includ- ing intramurals placing 2nd in football, 3rd in basketball, and 1st in sof t ball. Four members of their football team made the sorority all-star team. They supported Sigma Chi ' s Derby Week and Alpha Tau Omega ' s and Pi Kappa Phi ' s basketball marathon. Teri Harper and Christy Carter were their representatives in the Miss GSC pageant, and Sally Grisamore represented them in the Homecoming competition. During Greek Week, Alpha Delta Pi took 1st in raquetball and Tug-of-War. They sang a medley of Beatle songs for Greek Sing. This years pledge class consists of Ann Speight, Suzanne Jones, Sheryl Kendall, Lynne Short, Carrie Hannah, Angela Nelson, Susan Faulkner, Mitchell McLeary Pledge Class Sweetheart, Betsy Sheppard - Pledge Trainer, Emily Walker, Mariam Morrow, Kim Phinazee, Stephanie Hortman, Marg Violand, Angie Donaldson, Leigh Conner, Vicki Fowler, Kay Bouchillon, Lynde Liggin, Linda Richardson. Organizations 85 AFRO-AMERICAN CLUB This year the Afro-American Club, over 80 members strong, formed, with the help of the Black Alumni, the Black Alumni Association. The AAC strove to promote social as well as cultural enrichment to the student body. The AAC sponsored a men ' s intramural football and basketball squad. The women ' s intramural basketball team placed 2nd. The AAC helped celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King ' s birthday on January 15 with a presentation of his speeches. The club sponsored its 1st annual Miss AAC beauty pageant, the winner representing the AAC in the Miss GSC pageant. The club closed out the year with the annual Spring Senior Banquet. The club was proud to honor its graduating seniors with a " past to honor and a future to mold. " 1st row: May Jordon. Treasurer! Nora Turneri Meshell Roberson. Angela Dawson, BSA Rep.i Keith Purdue, 2nd row: George Evans, President) Fe licia Roberson, Secretary. Cedric Henry. Kevin Graham. Edweena Morris. Jerome Huff. BSA Rep.. Felicia Phillips. Cassandra Adams, Vice President. 3rd row: Perry Stripling. Denise Ingram, Publicity Chairman. Donald Silvers. Carol Lindsey, Historian. 4th row: Ceasar Williams, Wayman Aldridge 86 Organizations AFRO-AMERICAN CLUB CHOIR The Afro-American Club choir consists of dedicated young people who enjoy rendering gospel music throughout various communities, The AAC Gospel Choir has rendered music as far north as Eatonton, Ga. and as far south as Vidalia, Ga. Membership is open to all interested students as they are welcome to participate in the AAC choir. Each quarter is highlighted by the choir ' s quarterly concerts as the choir strives to do their best. The members in the group picture include Dianne Brack, Sandra Martin, Felicia Height, Hayward Cordy, Vivian Harris, Jackie Herrington, Jerome Huff, Rosaline Brown, Christine Badie, lllillian Alexander, Cathleen Johnson, Denise Ingram, Faye Willis, Timothy Morgan, Faye Dennard, Terry Stripling, Almetha Mustipher, Angela Pitts, Cynthia Jones, Clarence Moore Organizations 87 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women ' s Fraternity founded in 1904 at Syracuse University in New York. Theta Gamma Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta came to the GSC campus on April 10, 1980. Since their beginning, they have participat- ed in formal rush, intramural sports, Sigma Chi Derby Week, Alpha Delta Pi ' s Dance Marathon, Miller Pick ' up, Anti-Depression Week, and Greek Week. This group of girls have stayed extremely busy in the short time that they have been on campus. Looking to the future, Alpha Gam sees added growth, fraternal friendships, and much love. The officers for this year are: Bonnie Cannon, Rush-, Alyce Maddox, Pres.-, Sheila McGaha, Rituah Kay Doscher, Social Stan- dards; Brenda Oglesby, Publicity-, Debbie James, VP Scholarship; Cyndi Crowell, Recording Secretary! Robin Johnston, Corresponding Secretary-, D ' Anna King, VP Frat. Ed.-, Joy Sasser, Treasurer! Debbie Wells, Activities Altruism-, Sally Grisham, membership. Back row l-n Jeff Romaine, M.6. Vallone, Kaye Cowart. Karen Knight, Carole Kinard. Allison Stafford, Tim Kraszewski, Donna Maggiore, Barbar; Morrison, Rick Ballard. Nancy Canady, Lisa Harrison. Lauren Chamberlin, Tammy Chamblee. Susan Stelling, Kim Cable, kneeling l-n Kay Doschen Joy Sasser. Brenda Oglesby, Cyndi Crowell, Debbie James, Sally Grisham, Bonnie Cannon, Alyce Maddox, D ' Anna King, Sheila McGaha, Robin Johnston Debbie Wells. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Alpha Kappa Alpha is the oldest Greek organization established in Amer- ica by black college women. On January 15. 1908, AKA was founded at Howard University, Washington, D.C. Since that time, Alpha Kappa Alpha women have promoted high scholarship, vocational guidance, encouragement of foreign study, and health services. The promo- tion of human and civil rights constitute a priceless part of the black experience in America. GSC ' s Lambda Kappa Chapter of AKA Soroity has existed since May 17, 1977 and continues to uphold its national standards. [ft front around to right front - Cassandra Adams, Alfreda Ford, Ruth Sherrod. Mary Hitchcock, Cheryl Hendrix. Sherrelle Rainy, Carol ndsey, Alucia Walton, Rhonda Austell, Sharon Gethers, LaTrenka Redd. Cynthia Clayton, Vella Scott Organizations 89 ALPHA PHI ALPHA Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity was founded at Cornell University on December 4, 1906. Xi Tau Chapter came to GSC on July 12, 1980. During the first year of its existence on GSC ' s campus, the brothers sponsored the Martin Luther King Memorial service. The brothers assisted in the Campaign to Beautify GSC, they sponsored the Help a Kid to Read Program, and sponsored a clothes drive for the needy families in the Statesboro Community. The IHHBHHHflHHHflHI members of Alpha Phi Alpha are known for their manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind. The members in the group picture include: 1st row l-r : Calvin Allen, Historian; Andre Washington, Bobby McNeely, President; 2nd row: Keith Jones, Kevin Jones; Curtis Woody, V. President; Jerome Leary, Secretary; 3rd row: Ricky Banks-, Wayman Aldridge, Treasurer; Billy Hightower, and Charles Wynn. ALPHA TAU OMEGA For the 3rd year in a row. Alpha Tau Omega won the IFC All-Sports trophy, a feat unequaled at GSC. The Tau ' s placed 2nd in football, and basketball, and 1st in Softball. During Greek Week activities, ATO placed 1st in Greek Sing, Tug-of-War, swimming, and racketball. A 2nd place finish was recorded in tennis. Brother Luca Gianturco and little sister Diana Mann were both finalists in the Greek God and Goddess competition, and Brother David Lang was named Greek Man of the Year. ATO was active in community projects. The fraternity raised $900 in our annual Softball Marathon for High Hope. They also participated in the Red Cross Heart Fund Drive and Pi Kappa Phi ' s project - PUSH. 1st row l-r: Jim Baverband, Arch Nelson, Bubba Davis, Frank Capers, Mike Singletary, Mark Stephens, Steve Gilliam. Ray Jacobs. William Cobb, Paul O ' Connor, Vince Reinstein, 2nd row: Mike Bruce, Kyle Esmonde, Steve Phillips, Cliff Roberson, Mike Harper, Wesley Davis, Randall Blaisedell, David Lang, Mark Nickelson. Mike Collins, Roy Peterson, Barry Jones, Glenn Patterson, Jon Langford, Jimmy Hildreath, 3rd row: Rob Stephens, Kelly Mock, Callie Glover, Patty Marrs, Celeste McDilda, Jill Jackson, Jane Thackston, Michele Little, Nancy Newton. Diana Mann, Linda Luckie. Nancy Gray, Susan Adams, LeeAnn Latham, Jone Martin, Teresa Williams, Laurie Dell, Dee Lewis, Rhonda Gaunt. Kathy Hamby, Robin Ray, Gail Razar, Randy Griffin. 4th row: Luca Gianturco, Lloyd Dosier, Jim Gantt. John Herring, Jeff Jernigan, Mike Whitfield, Marc Wilson, Richard Howe, Scott Griffin, Mike Armistead. Chuck Bruce, Tim Somers, Chuck Johnson, Mike Sammons, Randall Meeks, Mike Bedsale, Doug Shierling. Bill Wagner. Bobby Somers, Mike Faulkner, Elton Ashford, Hans Bishop, Jerry Johnson, Robbie Roberson. Members of the group picture are: 1st row l-r : Dexter Manning. Sasi Kalathoor. Ricky Hodges, Ray Hann (Pres.). 2nd row: Dr. R.N. Fitzwater. Andrew Ellis, David Bohler, Ken Pierce (Sec. Treas.), Grady Henry 92 Organizations AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS The objective of the American Society of Civil Engineers Student Club is to provide engineering technology students with the guidance and initiative to achieve as young professionals. This year ' s activities included socials, field- trips, and participating in the activities of our sponsoring organization. We the members would like to express our thanks to our advisor, Dr. R.N. Brannock and our parent organiza- tion, the Savannah Branch of the A.S.C.E. for their continued interest and support of our club. The members are: I to r - Theresa Clemmons, Mickey McGee, David Fair- cloth, Kathy Savedge, Craig Dent, Mr. Jim Lloyd, Joey Cowan, Danny Penning- ton, Roger Price, Mike Bales, Professor Milan Deguanski, Dr. Robert Brannock, Charlie Canning Organizations 93 SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS The American Society of Interior Designers is made up of professional Interior Design majors. The purpose is to promote professionalism, standards, and ethics of the business of Interior Design. Throughout the year they have professional Interior Designers and those connected with the business to come and speak with the group. This year they have also had the pleasure to participate in ASID ' s Career Day in Atlanta. Professionalism, standards, job survey, job interviewing, and much more was on the agenda. This year a short-range project was to help in the clean-up of the Scholarship House. The college chapter of ASID is a link with the National Chapter and a link with the future professionalism in the Interior Design field. The officers for this year are: President - Kelley Ricks, Vice President - Sandra Horton, Treasurer - Laurie Macon, Secretaries - Donna Frye and Susan Mathis. The members in the picture include: Lisa Turner, Martha Blanford, Jebby Williams, Susan Mathis, Sandra Horton, Laurie Macon, Kelley Ricks. Denise Goswick, Donna Frye, Kristin Wert, Susan Phillips, Donnie Renfroe. Anne Shepard. 94 Organizations AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION The GSC chapter of the American Society of Personnel Administration was chartered in February, 1980. Objectives of the organization are to enhance knowledge of students in personnel and labor relations; provide a forum for practitioners in personnel and labor relations to pass on their expertise! socialization of student into the practical world of employee development and training! and develop comradeship among students of similar intended goals. The student organization is sponsored by the Savannah Chapter of ASPA. The adult chapter invites three members of the GSC unit to each of its monthly meetings. Students are able to partake of " rub-off intelligence. " a presentation by a guest speaker, and a meal at the Pirate ' s House. Highlights of the past year include: Fieldtrips to Savannah Sugar Refinery and Machine and Shipyard, Piggly Wiggly Southern, and T.J. Morris. Also, they attended the district conferences, par- ticipated in the annual convention at Miami, Fla. and had guest speakers covering the practical side of personnel management. The faculty advisor is Svend Thomas. The picture includes, 1st row l-r: Vicki Montford, Vicki Sherrod, Vicki Dismuke, Julie Warnock, Charrie Chaffin, Karen Mosley, Wanda Pryor, Narvis Oxendine, 2nd row: Advisor - Svend Thomas, Teresa Frost, Susan Davis, Allen Sumner, Paul English, Rike Koening, and Bryon Wilson. ART LEAGUE The GSC Art League is a campus- wide organization whose purpose is to promote an understanding and apprecia- tion of the arts. Highlights of the past year ' s activities include serving at Gallery 303 openings, a Halloween masquerade, and spring party, sponsor- ing the Southern Independent Film- maker ' s Festival, and an Alumni House show and sale. The League ' s Fifth Annual Juried Student Art Show was juried by Laura Lieverman, editor of the Atlanta " Art Papers. " Currently planned for the fall of 1981 is a juried " Works on Paper " exhibition. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The GSC Baptist Student Union is involved in meeting students ' needs as well as reaching out into the mission fields. The BSU has many activities including choir, banquets, Wednesday night services, sports, and other fellow- ship opportunities. Devoted to serving God and sharing his word, BSU raises money to help sponsor student summer missionaries to the U.S. and other countries. The organization provides opportunities for student service here through weekly services, puppet and drama teams, Deputation teams and singing groups. 1st row l-r: Patty Hansford, Jill Rhymes, Alan King, Carolyn Clifton, Scott Gibson, Larry Garrett, Rhonda Hutcheson, 2nd row: Kathy Graham, Beth Chambers, Susan Hartley, Jeanette Kittredge, Beth Walls, Mary McGahee, Sherry Clements, Julie Wornock, Gayle Nelson, Joanne Carr, Lynn White, 3rd row: Rev. Nathan Byrd, Richard Helman, Susan Donovan, Sue Smith, Dewayne Poss, Annette Byrd, Andy Standridge. Mark Walls. Sam Foskey, Jim Wood, Carol Adams, Leslie Rumley, Roger Miller, Robbie Brinson, Tim Naish, Jack Dipple. BETA ALPHA PSI Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary and professional accounting fraternity with about 143 chapters nationwide. It is designed to give accounting students the opportunity to learn more about the accounting profession and to work with students of accounting from other schools. The Zeta Delta Chapter was granted a charter on November 15, 1980, making GSC the only college in the state to have such a fraternity. The major project for this year was the sponsorship of a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program held during winter quarter. Through the program, the students assisted the elderly in the community in filling out their tax forms. The fraternity also co-sponsored a Meet-the-Accountant Night each quarter. These evenings were sponsored to promote interaction between GSC accounting students and professional accountants in the local community. The chapter also enjoyed the op- portunity to tour DeLoit, Haskens, and Sells in Jacksonville, Fla. This CPA firm is one of the eight largest in the nation. 1st row l-r : Bill Pate, Robert Tedeschi. Paul Soni, Larry Garrett, Marie Williams, 2nd row= Glen Bass, Janine Deal, Cindy Smith, Beth Hodges, Betty Andrews, Faye Lawrence, Dorinda Nelson, Corilla Young, Beverly Walker, Louise Dixon, Richard Knieriem. 3rd row: Fred Beverly, Jimmy Geer, David Womack, Nancy Groover, Phil Moore, Shirley Yeomans, Lynn Parker, Frank Deloach, Tonya Massingill, Al Daniel, Joy Sasser, Lee Pendergrast. 98 Organizations BIO-SCIENCE CLUB From canoeing the silent murky waters of the Ebeneezer Creek to removing the unsightly bloom of algae chocking the GSC ponds, the Bio-Science Club has been on the move both to enjoy and improve the environment. Interesting speakers from all facets of biology presented progr ams to the club, including a " Forensic Pathology " presentation by Dr. J. Robert Teabeaut II, M.D. from the Medical College of Georgia; " Tips on Birdwatching " by Pat Young, Department of Game and Fish-, " Trace Minerals " by Dr. Kishwar Maur, GSC Biology Dept.! and " Slides from Antarc- tica " by Thomas Love. Service projects of Club include sponsoring Coffee Hour, Aluminum chase of Subscription to Science ' 81 for the Library, and purchase and planting of two Tulip Populars in honor of Earth Day 1981. The club has undertaken the long-range project of creating a Mini-Park behind the Biology Building, as well. And, there was time for recreation - numerous trips to the Canoochee and Ebeneezer Creek, a homemade ice-cream supper, and a Fall - quarter cook-out given by the Biology Faculty. 1st row l-r: Connie Turner, Charlotte Hutcheson, Cindy Knotts. Bobbie Bynum. Stacey Clark, Carole Crosby - Secretary Treasurer, Kay Cooper - President, Ellen Dotson, Elaine Marino, 2nd row: Allen Mulford, Joel Hutcheson, Barry Kiser. Thomas Love. Gilberto Severino, Lloyd Strickland, John Thompson, Dean Freeman - Reporter, Dr. Bill Lovejoy - Sponsor. the BioScience an International Recycling, Pur- Organizations 99 BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE The Black Student Alliance was formed mainly to promote cohesiveness between black students and the black student organizations. The BSA is composed of the black student organizations recognized by GSC, namely, the Afro-American Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. The BSA representatives body is comprised of members from each organization. In addition to promoting cohesiveness between black students and the black student organizations, the BSA also serves in assisting GSC in the recruitment of black students and faculty as well as securi ng funding for black cultural programming. Activities sponsored by the Black Student Alliance have included the Black Lecture Series and a Gospel Concert, in which all proceeds went to Georgia Grace Memorial Home. The members of the group include from left-right: Larry O ' Neal, Jerome Huff, Karen Anderson, Rhonda Austell, Wayman Aldridge, Reggie Miller, Carol Lindsey, Billy Hightower, Anthony Keel, Angela Dawson, Cassandra Adams. Elaine Daniely, Kevin Graham. 100 Organizations CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST Campus Crusade for Christ is an organization open to all interested students. Its main goal is to fulfill the Great Commission - this is, reaching the world for Jesus Christ. This year the Crusade sponsored several evangelistic activities, such as a three night series by traveling speaker, Dick Purnell, in addition to their regular weekly dorm Bible Studies. Through other means such as weekly Leadership Training Classes a nd bi-weekly times of fun and fellowship called King ' s Fellowship, Campus Crusade makes available to students practical training in how to keep their walk with God a consistent, exciting experience. Organizations Id CHESS CLUB The GSC chess club had their annual election in early October, 1980. The election resulted as follows: President - Walter L. Jonesi Vice President - Chris Walker; Secretary Treasurer - Allan Mulfordi and Faculty Advisor - Robert F. Brand. They also had a tournament to decide on a champion. The club champion is Walter L. Jones, 2nd place went to Chris Walker. Meetings of the chess club are held every Friday night at 8:00 in Williams Center. Organizations 103 CHI OMEGA Chi Omega pioneered in recognizing what the group can do in the develop- ment of the individual. Chi-O, through its purposes, policies, and achievements, provides a favorable environment for the further development of its members - intellectually, emotionally, and socially. Chi-0 had an action-packed year that started by winning Sigma Chi Derby Week. Later they had their annual Christmas Formal, Parent ' s Weekend, and Valentine Dance. Beth Mathis, their Homecoming Representative was chosen as GSC ' s Homecoming Queen. The sorority participated in the Alpha Delta Pi Dance Marathon for the Kidney Foundation and won the spirit award. Also, Pam Bone won Miss Congeniality in the Miss GSC Pageant. The highlight of Spring Quarter was their Founder ' s Weekend. In intramurals, they won 1st in volleyball, 1st in Freethrow Competition, 1st in bowling and runner-up in basketball. 1st row l-rs Hans Bishop. Bobby Sommers. Doug Englert. Mark Nicholson, Barry Ward, Perry Ziegler. 2nd row: Valerie Howell, Mary Whiting, Dana Arnold, Lisa Smith, Dot Jones, Ray Stephens, Ellen York, Mary Stimson, Jane Harris, Chris Pleger, Melinda Dosh, Andrea Sanders, Wendy Mays, Brad Bettis, Lisa Betts, Lee Ann Knowles, Marion McAuley. 3rd row: Kim Fleming. Rene Copeland, Beth Loyd. Dawn Arnsdorff, Stairs Jan Crowell, Dianne Gentry, Louise Robbins, Frankie Maddox, Penny Saczawa, Ginger Rabun, Bethis Mathis, Shannon Sanders. Dee Lewis, Tina Burdette, Pam Powers, Holly Davis, Sherrie Ivey, Lisa Jordan, Sharilyn Swinson, Debe Davis, Laura Millikan. Leigh Powell, Lisa Bartlett. Pris Gorvette, Suzanne Cronk, Mary English, Marlece Ellenburg. Brenda Bragg, Susie Glasscock, Donna Griffin, Peggy Clark, Janet Kostyshyn, Valerie Lee. Vicci Cogswell. 1=SE = = CONCERT BAND This year the Concert Band was very busy performing their many concerts. They performed three major concerts, one each quarter. They played at Honors Day as well as taping for a band album to be released next fall, which they are very proud of. Also, to wind up the year the band played at the David Amram Concert which is a part of the Contemporary Music Festival. The director of the Concert Band is Dr. Harry Arling. Organizations 105 DELTA CHI Delta Chi enjoyed a successful year in 1980-81. Their brotherhood flourished as they participated in many public service projects and enjoyed many social and athletic events together. This year saw them make a name for themselves on campus. Collecting money for the High Hope School, ushering Eagle basketball games, and participating in the Miller Pick-em-up were only a few of the beneficial things that they did for GSC and Statesboro. They continued to grow closed in brotherhood as they enjoyed excellent socials, successful athletic seasons, and good times in general. With all of the success and setbacks, however, their brothers continued to grow closer in the bond of Delta Chi. 1st row l-r: Steve Dolphyn, Greg Harper, Alan Bacon, Jose Ramirez, Larry Steven , Jeff Mitchell, Don Harty, Mark Trammell, 2nd row= Scott Sherwin, Tim Sudderth, Jeff Thomas, Robber Coker, Brad Vision, Mark Wigton, Bill Daprano, Jeff McDuffie. Tim Kraszew«ki, John Pocock. Pat Smith, Curtis Jones, Paul Miles, Howard Alter, Scott Belk. Scott Mills, John Hall, Steve Rary, Dave Buschell, and Greg Bender. DELTA PHI ALPHA Delta Phi Alpha is a national honor society for German students. The society gives the students another opportunity to learn and understand Germany ' s culture and history and to better learn how to use the language. The chapter was started in 1969 and is advised by Dr. Jerry Weatherford. To qualify to be in the society, one must have completed at least three quarters in German and have a good to excellent record. Activities of Delta Phi Alpha include regular German Dinners, guest speakers, and a trip to Helen Georgia ' s Oktober- fest. The members in the group include: sitting l-r: Mark Andrews, Dr. Lowell Booma, Bill Schuessler, Tom Worth, Cil Walrath, Belinda Owens, Thurnell Brin- son, rear: Julie Heather, Beth Weather- ford, Dr. Jerry Weatherford, Monica Lynch, Harst Inde, Erika Fischer, Tommy Pinkerton, Tom Rabb, Margnethe Huit- feldp and Peter Nieininen. DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi, the Professional Business Fraternity, had a very active year. The fraternity toured several businesses in Statesboro, Savannah, and Jacksonville. The Annual Rose Dance was held at Jekyll Island. The Epsilon Chi Chapter also co-sponsored the First Annual Business Leader Award with the Statesboro- Bulloch County Chamber of Commerce. Many other activities kept the chapter busy including Career Day, forming a local Alumni Club, professional business speakers, the Air Display and carwashs. ■ I r I 1st row l-r: JoAnne Hightower, Jan Hewell, JoAnne Ray, Irene Schipf, Sandra Stephen . 2nd row: Beth Hodges, Debbie Smith, Wanda Bowdry. Susan Funderburke, Cynthia Lynn, 3rd row: Rocky Ziegler, Carl Bargeron, Genenne Edwards, Jenifer Zaraza (Little Sister), Melanie Morton, 4th row: Allen Bridwell, Robbie Piatt, LeeAnne Parker, Janet Rawls. 5th row: Richard Knieriem, Vernon Scarborough, Marsha Chester, Janice Cobb, Marty Bruce, 6th row: Ronnie Curl, Stephen Jones, Dr. Lon Carnes (Advisor), Gary Wheeler, 7th row: Fred Wright. Gary Kart, Floyd Whittington. Alan Summer, Clay Watson. DELTA SIGMA THETA Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is a national Greek public service sorority. The members of Xi Eta Chapter strive for high cultural, intellectual and moral standards. The sorority considers service a major aspect of morality, and Delta ' s activities are devoted largely to such services that can benefit in- d ividuals as well as community and nation. The 28 eager, young ladies of the GSC chapter have participated in numerous campus and community activi- ties including a seminar for the Upward Bound Program on Toxic Shock Syndrome. They also won 2nd place in the Homecoming Float Competition. l-r : Pamela Stubbs, Karen Anderson, Sandra Horton, Jessie Burch. Patricia Aaron, Elaine Danielly. Janet Rawls, May Jordon, Mitzi Timmons, Machelle Monford, Patricia Oliver, Faye Dennard, Felicia Dennard, Sonaya Hall, Debra Lumpkin. Organizations 109 DELTA TAU DELTA Delta Tau Delta was chartered in GSC on May 17, 1969 by 28 young men seeking honesty, integrity, and broth- erhood in its members. This year, the delts are proud to remain leaders on campus with members active in student govern- ment (SGA), student media (the George-Anne), athletic leadership (Intramurals), and several faculty senate standing committees. The Delts also hosted the 2nd annual Delta Tau Delta High Hope Softball Tournament, which raised $700 for Statesboro ' s High Hope Center, twice the amount they raised last year. The Delt Softball team captured its 3rd consecutive 1st place title in a yearly Softball tournament among Georgia chapters. Delt social activities included the annual Sweetheart Ball, a North Georgia Ski Trip, and the Beach Trip at Daytona Beach. 1st row l-r: Chris Cleveland, Mike Davis. Kerry Hunt. James Lewis, Tim Nix, Kenneth Cook, Kip England, David Gowen, Don Ahearn, Chip Cook, Kirk Cannon, Larry Dudney, 2nd row: Robyn Bevis, Debe Davis, Tina Burdett, Nancy Norman. Francie Disco, Debbie Holmes, Kim Buchannan, Jill Miller, Lauri Bowes, Cindi Johnson. Teresa Edge. Sheri Ebert. Bonnie Moye, Dana Holcomb, Lee Umstead. Donna Sims. 3rd row: Talton Wright, Jody Usry, Steve King, Skip Wilson, Skipper Plemmons, Steve Sebert. Chris Huesel, Doug Cline, Jack Evans, Tom Smithweck, Bobby Knight, Glenn Torbert, Chris Capelle, Chip Heeth, Ed Owings, Jim Lewis, John Willis, Richard Bunch, Chris Mabry, Tommy Disco, Derek Wolfe. 110 Organizations DELTA ZETA The 1980-81 school year was a winning time for the lota Nu Chapter of Delta Zeta. President, Kearney Stafford, served on the DZ National Nominating Committee and ac- companied Chapter Advisor Bernice Kellogg to New Orleans for the 1981 National Convention. Delta Zeta was extremely active in Service Projects. They participated in the Heart Fund, Blood Mobile, and Special Olympics. Their high spirit and enthusiasm brought home the 1st place trophy in Alpha Delta Pi ' s Kidney Dance Marathon and Pi Kappa Phi ' s and ATO ' s P.U.S.H. program for the handicapped. Delta Zeta was also active in campus wide events. They participat- ed in Sigma Chi ' s Derby Week and welcomed GSC Alumni by placing 2nd in the Homecoming Float Competition with Sigma Nu. Cheers for Delta Zeta could be heard as the sisters par- ticipated in Intramural Sports bringing home the 1st place trophy in football. DZ participated in all Greek Week activities, placing 1st in greek swim. Teresa Edge ran back to DZ with the first place trophy for the Dale Lick Run. Leslie Stevens was awarded the first Greek Scholarship from the Southern Greek Housing Corporation. Delta Zeta ' s social events includ- ed their Initiation Banquets, Fall Pledge Dance, and Parents Weekend. FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES The FCA endeavors to know more about Jesus Christ and His way of life, to be active in his church, to strive to be Christians in their personal lives, and to share their convictions with others. To accomplish these things on the campus of GSC, they participated in various projects including sponsoring a concert by Mike and Von Rogers, served as marshals in the Smokeout Road Race, visited an area nursing home, and raised money through a bike-a-thon to send one of its members overseas with Sports Ambassadors. Student involvement on Tuesday nights, included Bible Study, praise, and fellowship. Group activities were highlight- ed by a weekend retreat, involvement in all intramural sports, and the Spring Cookout. 1st row I n Perry Ziegler. Terry Lewis, Joel Hughes, Billy Malphurs, 2nd row: Beth Chambers, Elizabeth Highsmith, Rebekah Robbins, Kathy Baker, Kim Mosley, Carol Harmon, Caroline Shealey, Jan Bowen. Alicia Rainey. Leigh Hawkins, Diane Wellman, 3rd row: Tommy Fulton, Tony McEven, Sherri Tate, Jerry Hughes, Debra Owens, Bonnie Hall, Sue Adamo, Nichelle Moerbe, Randy Barlow, Kehn Dickerson, Chris Johnson, 4th row: Kenny Tarver. Jeff Hughes, David Blackard. FENCING CLUB The Fencing Club was founded in 1972 by Geogg Elder, a graduate student. Members competed in tournaments from October through May and traveled to Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Columbia, and Charleston. The club held its 9th annual tournament in February and was host for the Georgia Divisional Championships in April. In addition to weekly practice and workouts, the fencers enjoy social events such as Halloween costume parties and pot-luck-dinners. Members of the group are: front - I to r - Susie Herndoni Nancy Whitfield, Historian! Connie Turner, Reporter; Charlene Lamke, Vice President! Kathy Fliehman, President! back - Walter Branch) Allan Mulford, Armoureri Steve Poloneyi Dr. Frank French, Advisor; Mark Fiquett, Treasurer Organizations 113 GAMMA BETA PHI The Gamma Beta Phi Society was instituted for the promotion of the ideals of scholarship, service, and character among college students in the United States. It is a non-secret, non-profit, scholastic honor, educational-service organization for the students in colleges and universities. The society ' s primary purpose is to encourage scholastic effort and reward academic merit, to stand for and promote worthy character and high ideals, as to foster, disseminate, and improve education through appropriate service projects. GSC ' s chapter is active throughout the year in campus and community projects. Each year the society sponsors a faculty apprecia- tion day and professor of the year, helps with the blood pressure check-up drive, and often serves as guides for prospective students and as ushers for the Masquer ' s productions. The officers for this year are: president - Susan Funderburke, vice-president - Don Johnson, Corresponding secretary - Julie Bland, record- ing secretary - Martha McBride, treasurer - Fred Beverly, activities chairperson - Lynn Rahn. Organizations 115 GEORGE-ANNE It began as a turbulent year for The George-Anne, with several sudden staff changes, but by spring quarter, the staff had settled down into their award- winning ways. At the annual Georgia Collegiate Press Association convention, held on the campus of the University of Georgia, The George-Anne was awarded 1st place in the " senior college with enrollment of 7000 or less " division for Sports, News, and Editorial coverage, Layout and design, advertising, and the coveted General Excellence award recognizing the George-Anne as the number one in the state in that division. Also received were 3rd place award for Feature coverage, and several individual awards for news and special feature writing. 1st row, l-r, Sally Scherer, Editon E. Marie Robertson, Managing Editor; Sharrie Chaffini Susan Thornhill, Features Editon Linda Lloyd, Typist and Copy Editor) 2nd row, Tal Wrighti Pat Jonesi Carl Bergeron, News Editon Sylvia Coninei 3rd row, Ernie Wyatt Chuck Maile t Don Fain Not pictured: Vallerie Trent, assistant News Editon Jim Claxton, Business Manager) Charles Hurbert, photographer) George Allen, Sports Editon Scott Sherwin Production Assistant. Organizations 117 GOOD NEWS BIBLE STUDY Southern ' s Good News Bible Study- is a non-denominational organization open to anyone interested in learning more about God through the studying of his word. The Bible Study has been a recognized organization on campus since Spring 1980. It was originally founded by two dedicated Christians, Patricia Richards and Ezekiel Toby, former students at GSC. The Bible study has since grown and now has approximately fourteen regularly attending members. They would like to encourage students to come and visit them - you do not have to be a member. Activities of the Bible Study include visiting a nursing home several times per quarter. At the nursing home they sing songs, read scriptures, talk, and pray with the residents. Each quarter the Bible Study has a dinner for its members. At the Christmas dinner gifts are exchanged. The officers of the club include: President, Hayward Cordy; Vice Pres- ident, Diane Brackj Treasurer, Knarvie Thomas, Secretary, Jackie Herrington) Publicity Chairman, Shirley Boones Assistant Secretary, Mary Grimesi Special Events, Rosalind Brown: Coordinator of Lectures, Mark Jones. 1st row l-r: Jerome Huff, Jackie Herrington. Knarvie Thoma . Diane Brack. 2nd row: Pamela Lumpkin. Mary Grimes, Christine Badie. Hugh Derricott Harward Cordy. 118 Organizations i i ' 4 01 I INDUSTRIAL ARTS ASSOCIATION The GSC Industrial Arts Association compiled several projects this year. They made a display case and a slide tape presentation for the Georgia Industrial Arts Student Association convention in Macon, Ga. Here they competed with Berry College and the University of Georgia in a College Bowl. They defeated Berry, but lost to UGA. The GSIAA ' s main goal is to acquire a lab for the use of all majors to improve their skills so they may teach the quality of Industrial Arts that is expected of them. 1st row l-r: Robin Bailey, Tim Howell, Mark Cooper, 2nd row: Dr. Waldo Meeks - Advisor, Dave Kimbel, Mark Rathel - President, Wayne Murphy, Carol Hobbs, Robert Abshire, Allen Gee, Tim Kraszewski, Michael Griffin. KAPPA ALPHA 1st row I r: Bob Wilson. Hoyt Powell. John Hester. David Grantham, Keith Crosby. Jeff Nickol. Mitch McCleary. Pudge Bakley, David Hester, Parker Lyda, 2nc row= Greg Irvin, LeighAnn Scott. Debbie Carter, Lauren Park. Patty Mann. Linda Brotherton. Donna Milton, Vicki Wilkinson, Grethen VanRiper, Harry Brigdon David Lorch, 3rd row: Russell Riner, Mike Smith, Scott Coleman, Tom Schwarzer, Jim Lee, Vincent Coyle, Ricky Chafin, Barry Ward, Richard Green, J.J. Davis Joe Gregg, Steve Mobley. Ralph Sikes. KAPPA ALPHA PSI Kappa Alpha Psi began the 1980-81 year by receiving the GSC Fraternity Scholastic Achievement Award, given to the fraternity with the highest GPA. The brothers were extremely proud of this award, but they did not stop there. During the course of the year, the brothers of lota Pi chapter received 2nd place in the Guideright Competition. Each year trophies are awarded to the top participants of Guideright, the fraternity ' s national service project. Turning to the Sports World, the brothers captured a 2nd place trophy in the AAC unity classic. Also, the brothers placed 2nd in intramural basketball. Kappa Alpha Psi participated in the Bulloch County Special Olympics. To end the year, Kappa Alpha Psi was recognized by the Black Student Alliance as the Organization of the Year. Included in the Kappa Court are.- Sarah Zieglen Miss Nu ; Susie Johnson - Miss Phii Ruby James - Miss Kappa Alpha Psit DeAngelio Holloway - Miss Pi ; and Loria Winns - Miss lota Pi. l-r: Eddie Johnson. Cedric Henry, John Williams, Gary McClendon, Larry O ' Neal, Kevin Graham, George Evan . Reggie Miller. Lee Wright. Organizations 121 KAPPA DELTA This year Kappa Delta had many winners in its group. Janet Johnston won Greek Goddess and Jennifer Williams was named Greek Woman. Also, Genny Gentry was chosen to be Miss Derby Day. Kappa Delta also participated in the Dance Marathon. 1st row l-r: Lisa Whaley, Karen Hammond, Amy Johnson, Missy McCrimmon, Janet Johnston, Linda Jones. Tammy Turk, Susanne Tunno, Katrese McNeil, Sony; Simmons, Nancy Vann, Diana Brimacombe, Leesa Hawthorne, Beth Strain, Emily Stambuc, 2nd row: Delia Aspinwall, Lauren Park, Jean Bell, Tracy Dubberly, Lind; Mincy, kern Rock, Debbie Carter, Natalie Banks, Katie Wilson, Becky Gainer, Kaki Cummings. Lori Gilbert, Susan Moran, Vicki Wilkinson, Patty Marrs, Lisa Marsh Elizabeth Hobby, Kristy Sullivan, Angela Kirkland, Darla Garrett, Donna Milton, Jennifer Cook, Sherri Kinard, Nancy Heiden, Bill Harris, 3rd row: Lisa Maloney Cyndi Zabel, Jenifer Williams, Anne Johnston, Jill Cahill, Deanna Harrell, Sandra Hinkle, Dwight Davis, Susan Pickard, Janet Milton, Julie Caldwell, Patricia Poppel Robbie Roberson, Rhonda Wofford. Gerry Brantley. Lauren Beattie, Eddie Wilson, Pam Welzant, Wesley Davis. Celene Joiner, Lisa Anderson, Becky Bowman, Elizabetl Brown, Keith Crosby. aur y r , ■ KAPPA SIGMA If 13 is an unlucky number then the Kappa Sigs were sure fooled. After 13 years of existence on GSC campus Kappa Sigma is still the dominating fraternity - socially, academically, and athletically. This year brought better grades, more pledges, more parties, and a better brotherhood. The activities included: the soft- ball marathon with ATO to raise money for the High Hope Center, Hawaiian Luau, Daytona beach trip, Sugar Mountain ski trip, " Nasty Beer Bust " , Goodwill parties, Socials, and many other things. Academically, Kappa Sig still ranks among the top two fraternities. Making the grades is still the utmost of mportance. Athletically, Kappa Sig placed 3rd in intramural football and was active in all the intramural events. 1st row l-r: Mike Brantley, Clark Henderson. Pete Hunt, Robert Brown, 2nd row: Bobby Ardd, Craig Taylor, Shannon Summerlin, David Tapp. Kevin McGlauglin. Chuck Godfrey, Joe McGlauglin. Greg Watford, 3rd row: David Kemp, Butch Braddy. Jeff Johnson. Paul Stinson, Ricky Day. Jack Sharitz, Pete Hunt. Lee Bryant, George Durden, Jeff Egan. Bill Palfrey, Omar Castrillon, 4th row: Leesa Hawthorne, Robin Radney. Lori Gilbert. Karren Hammond. Sheryl Kirby. Toni Simons, Ruthie Holstenbrook, Mark Sadlowski, Shelly Simmons, Steve Hunt, Charlie Beam, Lance Ware, 5th row: Gerry Brantley, Mark Volino, Jon Hobby, Greg Harper, Brad Craft. Mike Donaldson, Jess Hobby. Fred Thyer, Tex O ' Connor, Dan Steele, Phil Monroe, Kent Gentry. 124 Organizations PHI DELTA THETA On August 31. 1968, by an act of the Phi Delta Theta General Convention, the Kappa Theta Colony of Phi Delta Theta was founded at GSC. On April I, 1971, the Georgia Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Theta was chartered. Since that time, Georgia Epsilon has been proud of its many achievements. In 1972, the chapter received the Lubbock Trophy, signifying the most outstanding chapter in Community Service in the Nation. The chapter has twice received the Frank R. Carter Award, first in 1974, and again in 1976, distinguishing it as the outstanding chapter in Georgia. 1st row l-r: Jeff Timbrook, Phillip Hursey. Mark Lee, Felicia Hamilton, Lory Donahue, Phyllis Woodall. Rebecca Sirmans, Kay Williams, Eric Dahling, Steve Sadler, Matt Thompson, 2nd row: Mike Thaxton, Tim Tipton, Jerry Rushing, Paul Sandifer, Wyatt Morrison, Charles O ' Malley, David Monroe, Tommy Lewis, Mike Sanders, Bob Cook, Scott Schofill, 3rd row: Terry Sagedy. Bud Pound, Jon Flowers. Alex Hanberry, John Lee, Mike Sadler, Bill Moore, Jim Radcliffe, Bret Baker. PHI EPSILON KAPPA 1st row l-r: Dr. Spieth, Laura Jarvis. Joy Greene, Rhonda Dickerson, Brenda Arnett. Jim McMillan, 2nd row: Maureen OToole. Chuck Conley, Jimmy Lassiter. Gay Garrett, 3rd row: David Avery, Jan Culbreth, Joe Peeples. Aleatha Plott, Tony Autry Organizations 127 PHI MU Phi Mu, once again, proudly hosted the Chris Schenkel, Invitational Golf Tournament for the llth year, April 23-26. During Sigma Chi Derby Week, Phi Mu placed 2nd in the skit contest, 2nd in the dance contest and Nancy Martin was 1st runner-up in Miss Daring Debut. Phi Mu place an over-all 2nd for the week. For the Homecoming Parade Phi Mu entered a float with ATO. Kelly Shepherd was 2nd runner-up in the Miss GSC pageant and Angela Brown won the swim-suit competition. Phi Mu again won 1st place in Greek Sing. This year the title of their production was " Thank Heaven for Phi Mu Girls. " Phi Mu participated in Intramural football, basketball, bowling, and Softball. They have also been active in service projects supporting the Alpha Delta Pi Dance Marathon for the Kidney Founda- tion, walking 8 miles for their philanth- ropy project Hope, collecting for the Heart Fund, helping with the Red Cross and the Special Olympics. Big Brothers - 1st row l-n Dave Montgomery, Cliff Roberson, Roy Peterson, Mark Stephens, Steve Phillips, Mik Bruce, Kyle Esmonde, 2nd row-. Eric Batten, Tim Disbrow, Richard Green, Phil Curry, Richard Howe, David Lang Bubba Davis, Steve Taylor, Mike Reeves, Keith Howard, Max Manack, Mark Ouarles. 1st row: Ann Reaves, Robin Liebtag, Pam Yates, Penny Rogers, Lisa Tway. Jan Rountree, Debra Harris, Trina Truluck, Lisa Hutchinson, Salita Ray, Angela Brown, Teri Brumm, Joy Hardin, Sue Franco. Lee Ann Lathem, Lee Ann Lynch. Angie Hinton, Mary Ellen Parker, 2nd row: Jone Martin. Kelli Mock, Teresa Cook, Cathy Cain, Kelly Shepherd. Nancy Anderson, Jane Thackston, Belinda McCullough, Susanna Dunn, Jill McMahan. Teresa Williams, Susan Adams, Lillian Spence, Pam Howard, Jenny Lynn Martin, Andrea Curry, Wendi West, Sara Anne Davis, Joyce Harville, Trapper Rowell, Tammy Wilson, Joy Wood, Robin Pruett, Ruth Curry, Carol Brandt, Sandy Oldham, Ivy King, Dawn Currier. 3rd row: Roy Peterson, Mark Stephens, Mark Ouarles, Max Manack, Eric Batten. David Lang, Bubba Davis, Steve Taylor, Kyle Esmonde, Mike Bruce, Cliff Roberson, Phil Curry, Richard Howe, Steve Phillips. Dave Montgomery, Tim Disbrow, Michelle Anderson, Robin Duval, Pam Parker, Mike Reeves, Liz Suarez, Maureen Cassidy, Keith Howard. n mi i .mii i Htm .J jHNi Organizations 129 PHI UPSILON OMICRON Phi Upsilon Omicron is an honorary professional home economics society. There are 65 active chapters on college campuses throughout the nation. " Phi Upsilon Omicron " means " the light of the Home. " Their purpose is to promote home economics to those outside the profes- sion, to stimulate professionalism and growth in its members, and to hasten leadership in them, as well as encourag- ing advanced study in home economics programs. The Beta Mu chapter here at GSC was established in 1968. Each year a professional project is adopted as a service to the campus and community as a whole. This year, Beta Mu sponsored a slide presentation of the home economic programs offered here at GSC to be shown to area high school students. 1st row l-r: Sandy Miller, Sandy Horton. Kellie Ricks, Elaine Griffin, Rose Dooley, Dana Lane, Susan Gehle, 2nd row: Sandra Combs, Beth Mathis, Leslie Stevens. Sandy Harrison, Jackie Webb. Bonnie Hall, Cindy Thomas. Julie Lanier, Carol Austin, Wanda Collins, 3rd row: Sue Smith, Freida Brown, Mary Ann Pace, Leslie Calvi 130 Organizations PI DELTA PI Pi Delta Phi was founded at the University of California, Berkley, in 1906 as a departmental honor society. After twenty years as a local chapter. Pi Delta Phi became the National French Honor Society in 1925. The Zeta Rho Chapter at GSC was established November 16, 1970 by Dr. Charles Forton. The purpose of the Society is three-fold: (I) to recognize outstanding scholarship in the French language and literature-, (2) to increase the knowledge and admiration of Americans for the contributions of France to world culture; and (3) to stimulate and encourage cultural activities which will lead to a deeper appreciation of France and its people. l-r: Ellen Munley, Jane Borowsky, Lew Tippet, Loren Muse, Andre Capped), Clara Krug. Organizations 131 PI KAPPA PHI Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded on December 10, 1904 at the College of Charleston, South Carolina. The objec- tives of the fraternity are the promotion of brotherly love, the perfecting of true friendship, the increasing of fraternal feeling, and the cultivating of refined and moral ideals among its members. Gamma Kappa was chartered at GSC on Nov. 2, 1968. The young man Pi Kappa Phi is seeking is that man who strives to better himself by means of a well-rounded college experience and one who encompasses both scholastic excel- lence and social involvement. They currently hold the highest cumulative GPA among all fraternities. They completed several community service projects this year and collected $2600 for their national PUSH project. In sports, Pi Kapp annually fields quality teams. This past year, they finished 2nd in Softball and bowling. During Greek Week, Pi Kapp won Greek God, tennis, chariot race, 400 year relay, and chug. PI OMEGA PI Pi Omega Pi, National Business Teacher Education Honor Society, was established at the State Teachers College, Kirksville, Missouri, on June 13, 1923. Delta lota Chapter was established at GSC on December 8, 1958. Presently, 100 chapters are active. Delta lota has placed in the top-ten chapters, except twice, since 1963. Pi Omega Pi is a member of the National Association of Honor Societies. The members include - 1st row l-r: Jane White, Beth Strain, Leslie Rumley, 2nd row: Linda Munilla, Milly Hester, Millie Lockley, Janice Jackson, and Crystal Cummings. Organizations 133 PI SIGMA EPSILON Officers 1980-81 l-r.- Dr. Don Self. Advison Steve Taylor, VP Administration) Marene Lee, Corresponding Secretary! Donna Collins. Treasurer! Lynn Stults, Recording Secretary! Cindy Crowley, President! Wanda Hendrix, Social Chairman! Mila Durrence. VP Public Relations! Pam Ivie, VP Personnel! Mark Layfield, VP Marketing. Senior Members: Clayton Angell. Renne Bahm, Donna Hendrick. Emilie Martin, Paul Reaves, Deborah Bacon, Carla Dowden, Priscilla Carver, Linda Sherman, Linda Lee, Tina Burdette, Jeff Wulz, Edmund Nobles, Mary Me Waters. Debbie Cahoon, Gray Koonce, Sandy Borland. Paul English, Jennifer Wells, Brahan Hall. Randy Bishop, Jim Ware. Gail Langley. Paul Dietrichs, Cathy Huber, Morgan Derst, Hank Chiles, Jerry Foskey, Donald Bridges, Robert Wiggins, John Glover, David Monroe, Mark Nichelson front to back: Marene Lee, Connie Fauconniere. Lisa Crockett, Leslie Gottman, Steve Paulk, Tom Hockenberry, Barry Ward, Scott Allen, Greg Harvey, Jackie Kruger. Chris Pleger, Debbie Hahn. Melody Ussery, Julie Plooster, Carol Goldin. Laura Cone, Ellen York, Dot Jones. 134 Organizations POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB Organizations 135 PRINTING ASSOCIATION The GSC Chapter of the Printing Association of Georgia consists mainly of Printing Management majors, but is open to students majoring in public relations, communications, broadcast- ing, journalism, or any business major. It is an honor for them to be a member of the Printing Association of Georgia and in turn, to be affiliated with the Printing Industries of America. They benefit from information they receive from the state headquarters in Atlanta throughout the year concerning job opportunities, advances in printing technology, internships, and even general news briefs. Throughout the year they have had monthly meetings, guest speakers from various printing firms and paper companies, fieldtrips, and socials. Besides the information and speakers, they are exposed to an annual conference for graduating seniors to meet different prospective employers. The GSC chapter is growing fast because of its determined members and interested as well as interesting students. The officers of the club are= l-r : Don Harty, Tina Martin, Beverly Vogel, and Dennis Snowden. 1st row: Angie Dixon, Beverly Vogel. Tina Martin, Tommy Blanford. Jan Lego, Janice Townsend, Desiree Morton, Don Harty, Bill Carrington Tim Sudderth, Jeff Thomas, Paul Sandifer, Bill Werkheiser. Mr. Arv Vogel. 2nd row: Jim Parker, Todd Reese. 4 m 136 Organizations PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Organizations 137 PUBLIC RELATIONS SOCIETY The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is an organization which allows students to have personal contact and interaction with public relations practitioners. No classroom experience can compare with the knowledge gained through conversation with a professional. By joining PRSSA, members have a " foot in the door " with over 9000 members nationwide of their parent society, PRSA. Students develop personal contact and interaction with PR practitioners at the annual National PRSSA conference, and through the PRO-AM program which allows students to work in an office for several days with PR practitioners. 1st row l-r: Betsy Sheppard, Debbie Treece, 2nd row: Pam Bone, Sue Adamo, Valerie Sexton. Carolyn Little, Sharilyn Swinson, Debbie Wells, 3rd row: Ellen Lanier, Leah Bradshaw, Hal Fulmer, Kim Wallace. Mandi Feagin, Kathy Tindale. Glenda Blecher, Sue Smith, 4th row: Jan Wannacott. Dewy Demsdale, Dawn Currier, Tal Wright, Emily Porter, Frank Jones, Carla Sturdivant, Dr. McCord. 138 Organizations PUPPETRY GUILD The puppetry guild is an exciting part of education and learning exper- iences. Puppetry has many types of experiences. Puppetry is an art form, it is an educational medium, communica- tion medium, and has recreational use. Puppet shows are preformed approxima- tely 20 different times a year for people of all ages. The puppetry guild is open to students, faculty, staff, and the commun- ity. The puppetry guild does a lot of community work to meet other people and to show them what puppetry is all about. Puppets range from simple hand puppets to the more sophisticated marionettes. Participants are taught how to use the marionettes and given their ■ origin. Organizations 139 REFLECTOR Each year the REFLECTOR staff endeavors to compose a yearbook which will be an overview of all the activities, organizations, and students of GSC. The job, although not easy, is important because the REFLECTOR symbolizes all that we did and learned during our college years. It is all that remains after the years have passed and fond memories fade. The REFLECTOR brings into focus all of those memories. Under the leadership of Mike Ingram, the staff has composed this account with the help of hard-working staff members, coopera- tive teachers, and students, and, of course, our advisor, Dr. Keith Hickman. Staff pictures include from top-bottom,l-r: Mike Ingram, Editor, Cathy Tillman, Faculty Lori Tirey, Associate Editor i Pam Smith, Photographer Joni Walker, Organizations) Scott Fincher. Student Life; Lisa Hart, Sports. 140 Organizations Organizations 141 Sigma Alpha lota is an academic fraternity in the field of music. As a part of National Sigma Alpha lota, this organization sponsors and supports young musicians and composers in the Americas and Pan-Americas by holding competition and providing financial and other support. Also, SAI is responsible for miscellan- eous projects which fall under the " International Music Fund " for the furthering of music and musicians everywhere. The " Bold-Note " project, for exam- ple, provides for a special type of printing of music for the visually handicapped. GSC ' s chapter is actively involved in all of this as well as furthering the aims of music and musicians in this college and community. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 1st row l-r: Debe Cooper, LeighAnn Woodrum, 2nd row: Carolyn Clifton, Teresa McHolland, JonAnn Stivender, Mia Wade, Cindy Timmons. 142 Organizations Little Sigs - 1st row l-n Robin Cheney. Sally Grisamore. Pam McClannahan. Teri Brumm, Myra Dowling, Rhonda Wofford, Wendi West. 2nd row: Linda Pfeiffer, Sandra Combs. Ellen Flowers, Pam Yates. Angela Kirkland. Michelle Dickenson. Andrea Richens. Kelly Shepherd. Sue Franco. Carol Caronis. Betsy Handwerk. Alison Delany, Sonya Gentry, Katrese McNeill, Sandra Van Epps SIGMA CHI Sigma Chi in 1981 is in it ' s 126th year since it ' s founding in 1855. ETa Zeta chapter is in it ' s llth. Their goals are to promote friendship, justice, and learning in college as well as in the years after. Each fall, Sigma Chi presents Derby Week, which is dedicated to strengthen the relationships within the sororities and with Sigma Chi. This fall, Eta Zeta celebrated its 10th anniversary, and 70% of their 350 initiated brothers returned to celebrate. 1st row: Randy Childs, Allen Reaves, Bubba Propes, Randy Aspinwall. Lee Thompkins, Scott Morgan, Tony Barnes. Jim Davenport, Keith Howard, Mark Johnson, Stewart Schawbe, 2nd row: Chip Hitler, Frank Deloach. Rod Waites. Mark Quarles, Charlie Pharis, Bert Swofford, David Montgomery. Benjy Lanier, Max Manack, Glascock Barrett, Keith Maness, L. C. Williams, David Settles, Phil Moore, Steve Pennington, 3rd row: Robin Cheney, Kelly Shepherd. Sue Franco, Carol Caronis. Rhonda Wofford, Teri Brumm, Pam McClannahan. Myra Dowling, Michelle Dickenson, Angela K rkland, Katrese McNeill, Jennifer Cook, Sandra Combs, 4th row: Drew Hulsey, Woody Radcliffe, Greg Clay, Craig Calloway, Scooter Ducey. Johnny Jones, Cliff Proctor, Dennis Brouillard. Loften Carr. 5th row: Allen Ware, Rick Shay, Jimmy Graham, Mike Darley, Anthony Waters, Mark Sanders, Paul Webb, Mike Dilworth, Taylor Bush. Russ Graham, Mike Reeves, Steve King, Robert Haulbrook, Rob Petry. The Hispanic Society, Sigma Delta Pi, was established under the name " Sociedad del Prado " in 1919 at the University of California (Berkeley). From that data to the present, it has continued to grow and to attract a national and international following. Its purpose is to establish strong and lasting SIGMA DELTA PI chapters at English speaking colleges and universities where advanced studies in Hispanic studies are taught. Those who are invited into this Society are students who have demon- strated an outstanding interest in, devotion to, and academic excellence in Hispanic studies. mm 1st row kn Teresa Guerard, Dr. Judith Schomber, Ailyn Carrion, Milagros Baker, 2nd row Wanda Menger, Eric John, Johann; Hickerson, Ms. Nancy Barrett (advisor). Mr. Edward Cornbleet. 144 Organizations Officers l-r: Jeff Blackmon. Recorder! Wray Upchurch, Treasurer) Robert Brasington Lt. Commanden Jimmie Walker. Commander. SIGMA NU The Theta Kappa Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity has enjoyed a rich heritage at GSC since they received their charter in 1970. This past year their strove for a high degree of community involvement. They have excelled in leadership in campus activities including the Inter-Fraternity Council and WVGS. They have worked hard toward purchasing their new chapter house in the Greek Village. Presently, they are a small chapter that is growing in many ways and they invite any interested men to stop by and see what Sigma Nu is all about. l-r: Robert Brasington. Kevin Yeomans. Keith Carter, Bart Noland, Ben Rogers, Wray Upchurch, John Stone, Chris Sikorski, David Sholtes, Jennifer Treadaway, Jan Johnston, Bernie Ferguson, Veleta Holley, Gene Northcutt, Lisa Mann, Wayne Lawson, Linda Rogers, Mark Mountan, Jeff Blackmon. Eddie Perkins. Marty Bay, Wade Benson, Chuck Ralls, Greg Stroud, Roger McDonald, Howard West, Frank Tortorici, Ben Davis, Jimmie Walker. Organizations 145 (i 1 ! i ■ft. SIGMA PHI EPSILON Founded on November I, 1901, in Richmond, Virginia, SigEp is the 2nd largest college social fraternity nation- wide. The three principals of Sigma Phi Epsilon are virtue, diligence, and brother- ly love. The GSC chapter was founded in 1969 and is still going strong. 1st row l-n Meiinda Blackerby, Laura Thomas. Robin Kirkendall, Anita Shuman, Holly Gay, Kathy Fliehman, Linda Millet t . Kim Wallace, Lee Baskin, Emilie Martir Tara Hardwick, Duane Humphries, 2nd row: Mike Nash, Jay Grover, Jim Sidwell, Bob Billard. Bud Davis. Wayne Woodside, Ricky Doak, Gregg Vickery, Eri Felland. Greg Arnsdorff , Jimmy Millett, Pat McBride, Ken Traylor, Alan Sultanik. 3rd row: Doug Patterson, Dee Gottman, Butch Corona, Mike Kinion, Brett Schwart; Dwight Tabor, Dave Thompson. Gary Newsome, Mike Hineold. i Organizations 147 SOCIETY OF MANUFACTURING ENGINEERS The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) is a professional society and a world-wide organization with members in 35 countries. The student chapter at GSC was awarded its charter on May 25, 1971 The purpose of SME is to advance the scientific knowledge in tool and manufacturing engineering and to provide means and methods of applying such knowledge. To achieve this purpose, the society meets once a month with speakers participating from local and statewide manufacturing concerns. The SME at GSC has approximately 40 student members with P. Douglas Fowler as faculty advisor. Student officers this year include: chairman, Jimmy Bennetts 1st vice-chairman, Danny Pennington 2nd vice-chairman, Keith Newberry; secretary, Judd Bailey treasurer, Wayne Murphyi activities co-chairmen, Bob Jones and Andy Smith. l-r: Jimmy Bennett. Linda Cole. Judd Bailey, Beth Walls, Martin Hornberger. Keith Newberry, Danny Pennington. Mike Dillon. Jimmy Wynn, Harry Brannen. Wayn, Mills, Wayne Murphy, Greg Biggers, advisor, Doug Fowler. SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS The Society of Physics Students had several activities this year. One activity was a trip to see the Space Shuttle launched April 12, 1981. Since they had only one car pass everyone piled into one truck. They arrived at the Space Center about 2:00 am and slept on the ground until morning. Finally, at 6:50 am the shuttle was launched. On May 22, 1981, a chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics honor society, was established on the GSC campus. Sigma Pi Sigma exists within the Society of Physics Students; however, in order to be a member of Sigma Pi Sigma, one must be in the upper one-third of his or her class and must have completed at least five courses wh ich may be credited toward a physics major. Jack Dean Sparks and Sahbrennah L. Walters were inducted into Sigma Pi Sigma this year. 1st row In Hal Merk, Mark Ray, Margaret Bynum, Clint Danbury, Sahbrennah Walters. 2nd row: Dr. T. P. Bishop. Dr. Arthur Woodrum, Walter Jones, Dr. John T. Rogers, Dr. Vassilior Hassapis 150 Organizations Organizations 151 STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS STUDENT DIETETIC ASSOCIATION The Student Dietetic Association I ' SDA) provides a framework for mean- ingful student involvement. The organ- ization stimulates interest in the profes- sion of dietetics. Membership is open to all GSC students interested in profession- al growth in the areas of foods, nutrition, and dietetics. This past year ' s activities include several fund raisers including the famous sausage biscuit sale. The members also prepared for National Nutrition Month which includes several activities during the month of March. At the end of the year, members were rewarded by attending the annual fish fry. This organization helps bring people together to work toward the common professional goal of making healthy people healthier. 1st row l-r: Susan Spear, Esther Ziegler, Theresa Norris, Advisor - Bonnie Fields, Ginny Smith, 2nd row: Pam Heidges, Cleo Broadrick, Elaine Griffin, Cindy Daniels, Frieda Brown, George Ann Mitchell, Dana Lane, Jessie Hudson. Organizations 153 STUDENT HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION Students in every area of home economics are encouraged to become a part of the Student Home Economics Association. SHEA is the student member section of the Georgia Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Association. This professional organization has as its emblem the Betty Lamp which represents joy, knowledge, fellowship, cooperation, service, and achievement. The GSC SHEA accomplishes these through profes- sional resource persons, community service activities, participation in campus functions, working closely with the other home econ- omics organizations, and working closely within SHEA. 1st row In Jan Jackson. Debbie Lewis, Cindy Williams, Suzanne Thompson, 2nd row: Sandy Harrison, Shar Hall, Lisa Daniel, Mrs. Susan Darrell, advisor. 154 Organizations Organizations 155 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION GSC ' s Student Government Association, a tool for the use of the student body to make their desires known to the administration of our college; also an instrument by which students can have tremendous leadership opportunities. During the past 80-81 year, the Student Government was involved in an attempt to give students a greater voice in the Statesboro Community, by registering over 600 college students to vote. Your Student Government in conjunction with the Political Science Club, brought in speakers dealing with U. S. Nuclear Strategy, (arms) The Student Government also was used by the students to relay their opinions to the president on the initiation of football here at GSC. These are just a few of the events the SGA was involved in. Why don ' t you get involved? l-r: Glenn Torbett. Academic Affairs, Kathy O ' Neil. Vice President! John Hughes, President, Sean Burns, Auxiliary Affairs, Don Johnson Budgetary Affairs. » 156 Organizations GEORGIA SOUTHERN C0LLE6E 1 STUDENT GOVERNMENT SGA ELECTIONS TUESDAY XERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE TAU KAPPA EPSILON Throughout the 1980-81 year, the chapter was involved in various campus and local activities, some which included Greek Week, The ADPi dance marathon, and their 10th annual Spring Fest held at Georgia Tech. Spring quarter brought about their first successful bike-athon from Statesboro to Atlanta. A softball tournament held late in the quarter brought the year to a close, with the proceeds from both of these activities going to St. Jude Children ' s Hospital. 1st row -r-. Herb Smith, Tim Canney, 2nd row: Martha McGrail, Bradd Blocker, Margie Yondorf. Karen Mehal, Susan Spear, Tami Bragg, Doug Logan, 3rc row: Tim Hayes. Bobby Johnson, Jennifer McGrail, Jim Gallagher. Jeff Bennett. Ben Ellenburg. John Barrett, David Schumacher, Gregg Clark, Darrell BirchbicklerJ ' Lamar Birchbickler, Holly Wynn. WVGS This has been a year of change for WVGS. Most of the change can be readily seen. They have a new DO foot tower which doubled their broadcast area, a new frequency at 107.7, and the addition of more campus news plus the ABC entertainment news network. WVGS has continued to meet the students needs by presenting programs on topics of student interest. In the next few years, WVGS has a goal of increasing the output power to better serve the students of GSC and the residents of Bulloch county. WVGS will continue to improve its operations with the help of the students and faculty of GSC. Tom Hodges, Linda Williams. Diane Washington, Rou Smatherbaithe, Steve Harris, Carolyn Little, Alan Patterson. Billy Johnson, Jeff Powell, Chris Cornnell, Ph ' Hanson, Felisha Hamilton, Maria Frassetto, Keith Mixon, Kevin Shoup. David Kanne. Ben Rogers, Ashley Womak, Kevin Lipsey ZETA TAU ALPHA Zeta started off a booming year by filling quota with 34 pledges. Next, they jumped into Sigma Chi Derby Week and came off with 1st place in spirit. Becky Pilgram won 2nd in Miss Daring Debut and Carol Caronis placed 1st runner-up in Miss Derby Day. When Homecoming rolled around, Diane Mann represented Zeta on the court. The year was filled with activities including Christmas Pledge Dance, Founder ' s Day Banquet, fund raising projects, big brother parties, and socials. During Greek Week Diane Mann placed 1st runner-up in Greek Goddess. Also, Zeta won 2nd in tennis, swimming, and raquetball. They proudly nominated Linda Luckie to represent them in Miss GSC pageant, who earned the title of Miss GSC 1981. ATO and KE held a softball marathon for High Hope and ZTA stole the show by taking 1st in Spirit. 1st row l-r: Nancy Brown, Kelly Bowden, Kathy Futch, Denise Early, Rosemarie John, Debbie Mann, Brenda Dubberly, Tammy Hopper. Lisa Southerland, Robin Little. 2nd row: Laurie Dell, Celeste McDilda, Julie Stewart, Jeannine Moore, Jill Jackson, Cheryl McGalliard, Deanne Deeds, Pam Waller. Janet Skinner. Julie Smith, 3rd row: Susan Hargett, Kim Houston, Cathy Smith, Anne Kesler, Terri Smiley, Patty Mann, Leigh Smith, Kitty Hickson, Mel Waters, Celia Chapman. Jenny Chance, Christy Colmer, Carol Caronis, Linda Luckie, Becky Eskew, 4th row: Jack McManus, Mike Harper, Lee Thompkins, Russell White, Mark Kearsley, Brett Bowden, Steve Johnson, Ray Warden, Steve Casey, Jeff Jernigan. Chuck Johnson, Mike Faulkner, Bill Wagner, Alan Thompson, Mark Day, Jim Medberry, Lee Davis, John Herring, Woody ■ - mw. to A Organizations 165 166 Organizations Organizations 167 SPORTS 171 Lynn Ryan All-American Lynn Ryan became Georgia South- ern ' s first women ' s All-America in any sport. The freshman performer earned the rating in both the 50-yd. and 100-yd. freestyle events. The Lady Eagles managed to win just one meet in seven tried, but a good recruiting year promises an improved outlook for next season. 175 Soccer Off To A Fast Start The newest entry on the GSC sports line-up got off to a fast start, as the Eagles finished the year with a 10-8-1 mark, including a 2-1 record in the TAAC Tournament, good for a second plac e finish. Three Eagles, Uli Wilms, Christian Schuller and Jack Evans earned All- Conference honors. Eagles Suffer 5-22 Season The Eagles suffered their second straight 5-22 season. It was Georgia Southern ' s first year in the Trans America Athletic Conference. The Eagles managed to win just two of 12 conference games and dropped their opener in the TAAC post season Tournament. Junior Guard Reggie Cofer from Augusta had a fine year inspite of the overall season and he was recognized as a Second Team All-TAAC performer. 187 Lady Eagles Have 25-11 Mark The Lady Eagles had their second straight outstanding year. The Lady Eagles finished with a 25-11 mark, including two wins by forfeit. Southern surprised nearly everyone in the State Tournament as they battled their way to a second place finish. That earned them a spot in the Region III Tournament where the season came to a close with a loss at Delta State. Diane Fuller earned All-State and All-Region honors. 188 190 Lady Eagle Basketball Lady Eagle Basketball 191 MM Lady Eagle Softball Wins Third State Title The Lady Eagle Softball Team won the state title for the third time in four years and went on to place fourth in the region and in the top ten in AIAW National Championships. The final record was 30-12 as the team set a new record for wins. Janet Reddick and Kathy Meeks were named to the GAIAW All-Conference first team and Karen Melancon was a second team choice. - Ml . ' Is i . t M 198 199 201 les Have Another Outstanding Year Georgia Southern had another out- standing year in baseball, but stumbled in the TAAC Championships and lost their chance for a third straight bid to the NCAA Championships. After going unbea- ton in regular season conference play, including winning four and tying one with Mercer, the Eagles lost twice to the Bears in the TAAC Championships in Abilene, TX. Derrell Baker received several individual honors after breaking the Eagles single season batting average record with a .462 mark. He was named to the TAAC All-Conference and All-Tournament teams; was TAAC player of the year; NCAA All-Altantic Region; Thirdbaseman and NCAA Second Team All-America. Other Eagles named to the All-Conference team were pitcher Chuck Lusted and outfielder Alan Balcomb. Catcher Marty Pevey and pitcher Roger Godwin were honorable mention All-Conference. 219 220 Young Eagles Played Consistently A young Eagle squad played consis- tent, if not spectacular golf. Under the direction of interim coach George Cool, the Eagles had a string of top ten finishes. However, it was not quite enough to earn a tenth straight trip to the NCAA Championships. The Eagles placed second in the Trans America Athletic Conference Championships. Jodie Mudd won De TAAC title, to go along with championships at the Dixie Intercollegiate (Fall, 1980), Furman and Palmetto Championships (Spring, 1981). In the latter two ' Mudd shot course and tournament records enroute to the titles. He became the first GSC golfer since 1963 to earn First Team All-America rating. He was also named to the TAAC All-Conference team and the TAAC Player of the Year in Golf. Tripp Kuhlke also earned All-Conference honors. 223 225 227 ADMINISTRATION FACULTY Lick Believes GSC Catalyst for Southeast President Dale Lick says his respon- sibility is to analyze the needs of this part of the state and to bring these needs to the attention of the Board of Regents. " Georgia Southern is to be a catalyst in helping what is happening to the southeast. There are five words to describe the flavor of the ' 8 S-. people, for reflecting their importance service, created to serve; cooperation, there is a limited amount of dollars to be divided! and leadership, should be a leader in the community and state for development and services. 236 President Austin Has Progressive Year Dr. Charles Austin, vice-president of Academic Affairs, looks at the 1981 year as being hectic, progressive and tilled with academic changes. He was very anxious about the construction of a consulting committee. This committee increases student and faculty participa- tion in any decisions or changes to be made. Austin has been very busy revising the standards of GSC. He believes that with a rise in admission standards, Georgia Southern will attract better students and in effect the school will be more successful. This year there has been an addition of two schools: the School of Technology and the School of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Nursing. These two new schools have added five new departments to GSC. Next year Austin is looking forward to having a Honors Program and more International studies. The future also holds plans for a docturnal program with the University of Georgia. Austin is busy trying to increase programs at GSC so that we will have something to interest of everyone. Cook Is Looking To The Future Funds are Mr. Bill Cook ' s, the vice- president for business and finance, main worry. Energy is a high cost but GSC has been a leader in energy conservation. Cook believes that this is due to Southern being the first school to install computerized energy management. The money saved on energy costs has helped the football program to get underway. Cook would like to see more work done to the buildings on campus but, auxiliary work is only done with auxiliary funds. This fact has not hindered Cook. The completion of the Continuing Education building, GSC ' s official conference center, was a fine accomplishment. The Student Auxiliary area has also been expanded with the addition of The Deck Shoppe. Plans are also being made for work to be done on Oxford and Deal Halls. Pre-registration and keeping a clean campus are other accomplishments Cook has been able to make this year. Progress is slow, but Cook is looking forward to future fundings that will allow for more expansion. Vice Presidents 237 238 Deans Bookstore Mr. Wendell Hagan Mr. Jim Aziz Mrs. Myra Valentine Mrs. Betsy Paul Miss Marjerie Jones Mrs. Pat Martin Mrs. Stella Fletcher Records Dept Florence Bayless Molly Bryant Laurine Mikell Jimmie Lou Hagin Greg Witcher Ruth Coursey Mamie Moore Anne Hook Library Cathy Doyle Ann Boswell Karen Witscher Allan Kaye Jane Hagan Robin Kersey Gail Brenson Jane Ward Orion Harrison (Dept. Head) Lynn Walshak Julius Ariail George Dwinell Wendell Barbour Kenneth Walter Earle Brown Susie Hilbus Sharon Shipom Susan DeGange Gwen Bullington Peggy Gilmore Dot Gay Andrew Penson Ellie Smith Virginia Manly Betty Reese Debra Cohen Debra Premble Mike Hendricks Jane Johnson Robin Gardner Iris Durden Margie Gay Aliyn Carrion Bookstore, Records Dept., Library 239 Accounting Crystal Hotchkiss Jewel Newsome Rose Rushing Jane Moseley Sam Morgan Bernice Kellogg Ann Deal Nancy Marsh Barbara Lyons Mildred Scott Tommy Godbee Jerry Glisson Campus Security Sgt. Wendell Smith Debra Rowe Jean Givens Wendell Bunch Chief Harold Howell John West Mary McCollough Sgt. Marvin Riggs John Dormire Allen March Sgt. Henry Anderson Sgt. Randy Blackburn Randy Blackburn Remer Barns Ronald Bowen Sgt. A. F. Parrish 240 Accounting, Campus Security Health Services Glenna Elwood (RIM) Sara Massey (Lab Tech.) Theresa Young (LPN) Martha Wisenbaker (LPN) Olivia Newsome (LPN) Ouida Rushing (RN) Barbara James (LPN) Ruby Durden (LPN) Kay Willis (X-Ray Tech.) Mary Ann Spieth M. V. Anders Karen Collins (Sec.) Counseling Center Mr. Ford Bailey (Director) Dr. Al Raulerson Ms. Kay Woodcock Mrs. Audrey Campbell Ms. Anne Layton Plant Operations Hugh Hagin Gary Witte Mary McBride Fred Shroyer (Director) Lavone Anderson Norris Wells Donna Johnson Richard Robins Ted Wynn Ray Durden Polly Reaid Ken Davis Terry McKanna Ken LeCain John McKinsey Health Services, Counseling Center, Plant Operations 241 Records Management Marcia Smith Susan Murray Virgil Hicks Procurement Susan Clarke Linda Williams Sam D. Owens. Louise Jenkins Alan Tyson Message Center Mr. Ms. Ms. Mr. Ms. Mr. Charles Campbell Grace Fuller Marsha Cardell Jerry Petrea Bobbi Carver Leland Riggs 242 Records Management, Procurement, Message Center Coastal Area Teacher Education Service (CATES) Food Services Robbie R. Lamb Virginia Jackson Sarah S. Savage Donna Clark William L. May (Director) Howard Hamilton Howard Williams Grants and Contracts Budgeting Judy Wolfe Jinny Hicks Debbie Coleman Harry Starling Jack Gay Janet Madison Controller Wanda Holton William Rabitsch CATES, Food Services, Grants, Contracts Budgeting, Controller 241 Music Dr. James Broucek (Dept. Head) Dr. Harry Arling Dr. David Matthew Mr. Joseph Robbins Ms. Celia Neville Dr. Sterling Adams Dr. William Sandlin Dr. Warren Fields Dr. Woodrow W. Powell 1916-1980 Professor of English Thy soul was like a star and dwelt apart} Thou hadst a voice whose sound was like the sea- Pure as the naked heavens, majestic, free; So didst thou travel on life ' s common way In cheerful godliness: and yet thy heart The lowliest duties on herself did lay. English, Journalism, and Philosophy Dr. Frank Rainwater Dr. Patricia LaCerva Dr. Thomas Dasher Dr. Delma Presley Mr. Don Davis Mrs. Debbie Pennington Mr. Richard Keithley Mrs. Donna Shriver Mrs. Sylvia Shurbutt Mrs. Ellie James Dr. Hollis Cate Dr. John Humma Dr. David Ruffin Dr. Fred Sanders Dr. Paul Brown Mr. Clayton Hoff Mr. Robert Merrill Dr. Fred Richter Dr. Lawrence Huff (Dept. Head) 244 English, Journalism, and Philosophy, Music Sociology and Anthropology Dr. Roger Branch (Dept. Head) Mr. Chester DePratter Mr. George Pratt Mr. Denny Hill Dr. Harris Mobley Dr. Taylor Scott Foreign Language Mrs. Monika Lynch Mrs. Nancy Barrett Mrs. Jane Borowsky Dr. Judith Schomber Dr. Lowell Bouma (Dept. Head) Mr. Ed Cornblett Dr. Clara Krug Dr. Ellen Munley Dr. Jerry Weatherford History Geography Ms. Charlotte Ford Dr. Julia Smith Dr. Sally Greshman Dr. George Shriver Mr. Fredrick Brogden Dr. Frank Saunders Dr. Hew Joiner Dr. Charlton Moseley Dr. Robert Barrow Dr. Perry Cochran Miss Elaine McAllister Dr. George Rodgers Dr. David Ward Dr. Ray Shurbutt Dr. James Jordan (Dept. Head) Sociology Anthropology, Foreign Language, History Geography 245 Geology Dr. James Darell Dr. H. Stanley Hanson Sally Harris Richard Petkewich Gale Bishop Ms Dr. Dr. Family Life Center Dr. MaryAnn Pace Miss Susie Whitener Mrs. Nancy Mathis Dr. Dons Pearce Miss Mary Ellen Johnson Miss Laurie Gunner Math Dr. Constantine Kariotis Mrs. Donna Saye Mrs. Eva Walter Mrs. Pamela Watkins Dr. Charles Christmas Mrs. Rosalyn Wells Miss Beth Hardy Mrs. Mary Cotten Dr. Malcolm Smith Mrs. Brenda Carter Dr. David Stone Dr. Earl Lavender (Dept. Head) Mr. Walter Lynch Dr. Arthur Sparks Dr. Frank Clark Mrs. Carol Nessmith Dr. Herbert Bice 246 Geology, Family Life Center, Math Educational Psychology and Guidance Dr. James Hood Dr. Andrew Edwards Dr. Robert Martin (Dept. Head) Dr. Alex Chew Dr. Lance Hemberger Mrs. Betty Rockett Dr. Kemp Mabry Elementary Education Dr. Charles Bond Mrs. Dorothy LaGrone Dr. Ed Wynn (Dept. Head) Mrs. Patricia McClure Dr. Alice Christmas Mrs. Carolyn Scott Dr. Dorothy Moore Dr. Jane Page Dr. John Adams Dr. Elizabeth Garrison Dr. Randy Elmore Dr. Jacquelyn Russell Dr. Wes Libby Dr. Bill Weaver Professional Laboratory Experience Dr. John Lindsay Mrs. Charlene Stewart Dr. Joseph Gufford Dr. Bobbie EILassie Dr. James Donald Hawk (Dept. Head) Mrs. Evelyn Anderson Mrs. Nancy Lanier Mrs. Kathryn Crawford Educational Psychology and Guidance, Elementary Ed., Professional Lab Experience 247 Special Studies Mrs. Barbara Bitter (Dept. Head) Ms. Martha Nolen Mrs. Jayne Williams Ms. Rose Marie Clark Ms. Verdery Deal Mrs. Pamela Watkins Mrs. Karen Douglass Ms. Rosalyn Wells Mrs. Linda Morris Ms. Sylvia Shurbutt Ms. Lois Dotson Ms. Cynthia Sikes Mrs. Brenda Carter Marvin Pittman Mrs. Jo Marks Mrs. Julie Lanier Mrs. Lela Bonds Ms. Judy Roads Ms. Nan Nelson Ms. Diane Morns Ms. Margaret Prosser Ms. Jerry Singletary Mr. Johnny Tremble (Principal) Ms. Sue Earthly Miss Jane Shirreffs Ms. Maggie Collins Ms. Harriet Smith Mrs. Connie Stinnett Ms. Joan Blackwood Ms. Sherry Brewton Ms. Joyce Andrews Mrs. Nelle Murphy Mr. Paul Moller Mrs. Nora Stone Mrs. Carolyn Postell Mr. Alex Lota Mr. David Stewart 1 ' 248 Special Studies, Marvin Pittman Emit Deal Douglas Nettleton Robert Coston (Dept. David Weisenborn Elynor Davis Economics Head) Speech Drama Clarence McCord Douglas Simms Maryland Wilson Donald Gayghf Richard Johnson Mrs. Dorothy Lee Dr. II Soo Shin (Dept. Head) Finance and Law Mr. John J. Budack Ms. Betty Parker Dr. Erank Hodges Dr. Lynn Dellenbarger Dr. Nancy Reeves Dr. Lon Carnes Mr. Lewis Stewart Dr. Joseph McGovern Dr. Larry Price (Dept. Head) Economics, Speech Drama. Finance and Law 249 Psychology Dr. Cindy Legin Bucell Dr. Richard Rogers Dr. Daniel Nagelberg Dr. Russell Dewey Ms. Betty Youmans Dr. Gary McClure (Dept. Head) Dr. Robert Han Ms. Anne Kleinginna Dr. Paul Kleinginna Dr. Georgele Thomas Accounting Mrs. Sandra Rosenberg Mrs. Kitty Nessmith Dr. Origen James Dr. Herbert O ' Keefe (Dept. Head) Dr. Horace Harrell Management Dr. Robert Wells Mr. Lloyd Dosier Dr. Paul H. Meredith Dr. John R. Pickett Dr. Leo G. Parrish (Dept. Head) Dr. U. S. Knotts Mrs. Mary Meredith Mrs. Svend Thomas Miss Judy Hendrix 250 Psychology, Accounting, Management Chemistry Dr. Craig K. Kellogg Dr. Martha T. Cain Dr. Clair Colvin (Dept. Head) Dr. Robert N. Fitzwater Dr. Robert N. Nelson Dr. Robert Boxer Biology Dr. W. Keith Hartberg Dr. Brian Dumser Dr. Edwin Hibbs Dr. Sara Bennett Dr. Kishwar Maur Dr. Bruce Ezell. Jr. (Dept. Head) Mr. Matt Pound Dr. Wayne Khrisinger Miss Deborah Entrekin Dr. Frank French Dr. Donald Drapalik Dr. Daniel Hagen Dr. John Boxole Dr. James Oliver Jr. Dr. Sturgis McKeever Dr. Donald Olewine Dr. Bill Lovejoy Chemistry, Biology 251 Physics Dr. Vassilious Hassapis Mr. C. M. Mobley Dr. Arthur Woodrum (Dept. Dr. Parker Bishop Dr. John T. Rogers Political Science Ms. Lana Wachniak Dr. Robert Dick Mr. Dick Waugh Dr. Justine Mann (Dept. Head) Dr. John Daily Dr. Ghaneda Van Tassell Dr. Zia H. Hashmi Dr. Peter J. Pizor Dr. Nicholas A. Fattu Art Miss Cathy Royal Dr. Steve Bayless (Dept. Mr. Bernard Solomon Mr. Thomas Raab Mr. Henry Her Mr. Bronislaw W. Bak Mrs. Peg Greenfield Mr. Thomas Steadman Mr. David Posner Head) 252 Physics, Political Science, Art Home Economics Dr. Betty Lane (Dept. Head) Miss Susie Whitener Mrs. Sue Smith Mrs. Frances Seymour Miss Cynthia Thomas Mrs. Jane Reagor Mrs. Susan Darrell Dr. Mary Ann Pace Miss Mary Kettler Dr. Doris Pearce Mrs. Freida Brown Mrs. Carol Austin Mrs. Bonnie Fields Marketing and Office Administration Dr. Richard Hilde Dr. Donald Self Dr. William Bolen (Dept. Head) Mr. Joseph Ezell Ms. Anna Sula Brannen Dr. Sarah Bragg Dr. Barbara Bart Dr. Jane White Home Economics, Marketing and Office Administration 253 School Service Personnel Dr. Dawn Morris Dr. Ed Green Dr. Betty Kline Dr. Ralph Lightsey Secondary Education Dr. George Gaston Dr. John Hulsey (Dept. Head) Dr. Constance Brubaker Dr. Stephen Million Dr. Lee King Dr. M. I. EILaissi Dr. Walter Brown Dr. Owen Gaede Vocational and Adult Education Dr. Bill Cheshire (Dept. Dr. Earl Andrews Mrs. Connie Averitt Dr. Paul Dixon Ms. Linda Munilla Dr. Waldo Meeks Ms. Sue Stephens Mr. Billy Stewart Mr. Bob Hughes Mr. Lee Morris Head) 354 School Service Personnel, Secondary Education, Vocational and Adult Education Engineering Technology Mr. Roy Redderson Mr. John Wallace Dr. Jim Manring (Chairman) Mr. Doug Fowler Dr. Sam Laskin ROTC Major Charles Hyder Captain Michael Kirby Mrs. Jo Chester (Sec.) SFC J. T. Long Industrial Technology Mr. Arv Vogel Dr. Keith Hickman Dr. Rex Nelson Mr. Edgar Godfrey Mr. Hayden Carmichael Dr. John Martin Mr. Hugh Darley Mr. Lewis Selvidge Dr. Tom Singletary (Chairman) Mr. Don Whaley Engineering Technology. ROTC, Industrial Technology 255 CLASSES Underclassmen George Abercrombie Sammy Aboul-Khair Susan Adamo Debra Adams Carol Adams William Adams Kirk Alexander Marie Allen Angle Anderson Jeff Arnett Clayton Avery David Avery Lisa Bagby Scott Baggett Allen Baitcher Kathy Baker James Beelano Scott Belk Key Bell Sabrlna Bellosplrlto Scott Bermes Fran Blackburn Anna-Marye Blalock Sandra Blalock Robin Blakenship Sharon Boatwright Curtis Bollinger Suzanne Bower William Bracey Diane Brack Angelia Braddy Judy Bradley Stuart Brady Robin Bragg Tamara Bragg Anne Braucher Angela Brown Elizabeth Brown Hal Brown Michael Brown Tricia Brown Deborah Browning 258 Underclassmen Diane Browning Michael Bruce Martin Bruce David Brunson Donna Bryant June Bryant Laurie Bugg Vickie Bunkley Celeste Burchfield Kathy Burke Nolley Burke David Bushell Roger Cabe Julie Caldwell Kim Callaway Tammie Camp Constance Campbell Bonnie Canon Glenna Carothers Cynthia Carter Patricia Carter Sonya Carter Ricky Chafin Elizabeth Chambers Marvin Chance Wes Chapman Stacey Clark Sherry Clements Janet Clifton Douglas Clough Elizabeth Coles Teresa Cook Miranda Copeklnd Carol Corley Joseph Cowan Cynthia Cox Mona Crabb Fred Crapse Jr. Joseph Cronk Carole Crosby Darlene Crump Jan Culbreth Clint Danbury Carol Daniely Jeannie Darness Marilyn Dasher Paula Davis Nancy Deal Jeffrey Delk Faye Dennard Felicia Dennard James Dinsmore Vicki Dismuke Willa Dixon Wendy Donnelly Cindy Douglas Gayle Douglas Steven Downing Traci Dubberly James DuBose Cynthia Duncan Wynelle Dunham Larry Durden Carole Durrence Glenda Ellenburg Kipling England Theresa Farr Scott Fincher 260 Underclassmen Betty Hake Dean Hake Susan Fleming Denise Foster Marsha Fountain Belinda Foy Susan Funderburke Theresa Gaeta Elena Gallardo Kirby Garner Gay Garrett Cassandra Garvin Steven Gebhardt Brenda Greshan Phelicia Gibbons Scott Gibson Tracey Glass Joseph Goldberger Tracl Golden Cheryl Gordon Tanya Gowen Jane Green Cathy Greene Cathy Guard Steven Hall Ronald Holmon Diana Hamilton Lowell Harris Calvin Harris Larry Harris Kimberly Hart Lisa Hart Charles Herbert Felice Height Melanie Hendrix Randy Henley Mary Herring Kelly Heyel Greg Hickman Kelli Hickman Elizabeth Highsmith William Hobbs Veleta Holley Michael Homan William Hooper Annette Hope Laura Hudson Jerome Huff Twyla Humphrey Underclassmen 261 Mary Hanaford Veronica Ingram Mike Ingram Barbara Janas Annette Jackson Anthony Johnson Jeffrey Johnson Keith Johnson Robin Johnston Celene Joiner Barbara Jones Debbie Jones Jeffrey Jones Olivia Jones Shuford Jones Suzanne Jones Romona Josey Denise Jordon Suzanne Jordy Thomas Kayler Mary Jo Kemp Sheryl Kendall Mona Kight Alan Kinney Phyllis Kirkland LeeAnn Knowles Charlene Lanke Donna Lane Christy Lawson Valerie Lee Wanda Lee Janice Lego Linda Lente Beth Liddell Robin Liebtag Scott Lindelow Linda Lloyd Millie Lockley Vara Lucas Charles Luke Debra Lumpkin Dena Luttrell Cynthia Lynn Janice Maddox Jeffrey Malcolm Robin Martin Terry Martin Tonya Massingill Mary Mathew I A AwAr ] A s AWES p , 1 IIP lull 262 Underclassmen Underclassmen 263 " X £AAII MARATHON Robert Padgett Maurice Palmore Teresa Parker George Parr Patricia Patterson George Paul Robert Pech Felicia Phillips Bo Pitts Beverly Plastridge Lee Powers Gary Price Phillip Raines Alicia Rainey Stephen Rary JoAnne Ray Michael Redd Tracy Redd William Rich Jennifer Richardson Robin Ricklets Dan Ricks Jerald Rigdon Carol Riser Teri Rivers Elizabeth Rook Paula Rook Doug Rounds Robyn Royer Gina Rushing James Rushing Phillip Sadd Andrea Sanders Dale Sanders Cesci Sandovel 264 Underclassmen 1 Joy Sasser Ban Sattorhwaite Cynthia Sawyer Reina Scheopf Vella Scott William Schuman Donald Silvels Teresa Simmons Donna Simpson Deborah Sisk Cecil Skinner, Jr. Tern Smiley Jan Smith Kimberly Smith Underclassmen 265 i Lloyd Strickland Elena Suggs Sharilyn Swlnson Charles Tabor Ruth Terrell Cheryl Thlgpen Charles Thomas Jeff Thomas Suzanne Thomas George Thompson Suzanne Thompson Larry Thompson Mark Thompson Patricia Thornhill Tracie Tidwell Cathy Tillman Kathy Tindall Lori Tirey Elizabeth Trapnell Traci Tucker James Tucker Julie Turner Keith Turner Ken Turner Welton Underwood Duncan Vaughn Pamela Vaughn Joni Walker Judy Walker Denise Ward Vicki Ward Donna Warren Audre Washington Thomas Waters Underclassmen Mary Jane Worthy Marilyn Wright Pamela Wright Phyliss Wright Patrick Wrisley Kevin Yeomans Lanee Yoemans Underclassmen 261 Seniors lllillian Alexander Psychology; Atlanta, Ga. Debra Allen Early Childhood Education; Savannah, Ga. Robin Allen Social Sciences; Brunswick, Ga. Margaret Ashley Augusta, Ga. Robert Bailey Marketing; Chamblee, Ga. Brenda Baggett Early Childhood Ed.; Centerville, Ga. Alan Barnes Management; Savannah, Ga. Rhonna Beasley English; Lyons, Ga. Lauren Beattie English; Augusta, Ga. Robert Billiard Management; Charleston, S.C. David Blackard Recreation; Appling, Ga. Randell Blaisdell Marketing; Stone Mountain, Ga. Sandra Boylan Sociology; North Plainfield, NJ. Gerald Brantley Biology; Warner Robins, Ga. Lisa Bridges Recreation; Marietta, Ga. Allen Bridwell Mgt. D.P.; Riverdale, Ga. Cynthia Broadrick Home Economics; Newman, Ga. Glynda Brown Journalism; Sylvester, Ga. Tina Burdette Marketing-, Albany, Ga. Kevin Campbell Mgt DP; Statesboro, Ga. Joanne Carr Therapeutic Recreation; Augusta, Ga. Gloria Carter Sociology, Warner Robins, GA. Eve Chaffin Management, Chamblee. Ga. Donna Clark Early Childhood Ed. ; Moultrie, Ga. Melissa Clifton Early Childhood Ed.; Thomasville, Ga. 258 Seniors Frances Cole Psychology; Tybee Island, Ga. Sylvia Conner Finance Hawkinsville. Ga. Michael Cooney Public Relations; Atlanta. Ga. Kay Cooper Biology; Powder Springs. Ga. Cathy Davis Psychology; Macon. Ga. Susan Davis Management; Ellabelle. Ga. David Dersl General Business; Savannah. Ga. Susan Dewitt Exceptional Child Ed ; Cordova. Ga. Ethiyn Dooley Home Economics Ed.; Eatonton. Ga. Dana Dumas Marketing; Atlanta, Ga. Barry Echols Technology-, Rayle. Ga. Sharon Eisenberg Special Education; Jacksonville, Fla. Patty Ellis Early Child Ed.; Tifton. Ga. Thomas Ezell Mgt DP; Macon, Ga. Melinda Flanigan Social Science Ed.-, Lincolnton. Ga. Kimberly Floyd Journalism: Rincon, Ga. Sarah Folsom History; Jacksonville, Fla. Frank Fortune Marketing; North Augusta, S.C. Jerry Foskey Marketing; Statesboro. Ga. Samuel Foskey Psychology; Adrian. Ga. Anthony Franklin Biology-, Lawtey, Fla. Teresa Frost Management-, Dublin. Ga. Donna Frye Interior Design: Marietta, Ga. Haskell Fulmer Speech Public Relations. Albany. Ga. Evelyn Green Biology; Moutrie. Ga. James Geer Accounting; Augusta, Ga. Jennifer George Health PE Ed. ; Tucker. Ga. Cathy Graham Office Administration; Alma, Ga. Diane Griffin Math Ed. ; Surrency, Ga. Nancy Groover Accounting; Bellville, GA. Seniors 269 Kathy Hamilton Management-, Port Wentworth. Ga. Grover Harrell Criminal Justice: White Oak, Ga. Leigh Hawkins — Augusta, Ga. Robert Hendricks Psychology; Marietta, Ga. Bertha Hill Early childhood Ed.; Uyo, Ga. Dana Holcombe Public Relations: Decatur. Ga. Kim Houston Public Relations-, Blakely, Ga. Danna Ivie German-, Powder Springs. Ga. Bobby Jackson Management-, Statesboro, Ga. Julie Johnson Psychology; Fairburn. Ga. Keith Johnson Health PE; Bakley, Ga. Shelia Johnson Exceptional Child Ed.-, Midville. Ga. Stephen Jones Marketing; Garden City, GA. May Jordan Psychology-, Waynesboro, Ga. Laura Kanady Recreation; Cleveland, Ga. Hooshan Kazemi Technology Douglas Kerr Printing Management; Doraville, Ga. Emily Kirby Communicat ion Broadcast ing l Charleston, S.C. James Kitchens Statesboro, Ga. Richard Knieriem Accounting ; Marietta. Ga. 270 Seniors Walter Koch Psychology; Clarkston. Ga. v Michael Landers Recreation! Cocoa Beach, Fla. Patricia Langley Fashion Merchandising: McRae. Ga. Ernest Lewis Criminal Justice; Richmond Hill Ga. William Loper Public Relations; Decatur. Ga. Sharon Lovern Management; Hapeville, Ga. Glynn Lovett Biology; Statesboro, Ga. Gregory Lynn English Ed.-, Collins, Ga. Donna Maine Family Service; Bonaire. Ga. Dewey Martin EET-, Conyers, Ga. Randy Martin Data Processing; Cochran, GA. Belinda McCullough Marketing: Cornelia, Ga. Pamela McDonald Physical Education; Mon roe, Ga. Norma McElroy Early Child Ed.-, Macon, Ga. Susan Mclnarnay Exceptional Child Ed. ; Jacksonville, Fla. Linda McWhorter Mgt DP, Unadilla. Ga. Gary Meeks Industrial Management; Statesboro, Ga. Shirley Meeks Elementary Ed.; Statesboro, Ga. David Middleton EET; Statesboro, Ga. Victoria Middleton Exceptional Child Ed.; Statesboro, GA. Laura Miller Math CSC; Decatur. Ga. Kathy Mills Early Child Ed.; Warner Robins. Ga. Venise Moore Sylvania. Ga. Priscilla Mosley Health PE, Statesboro. Ga. Glenn Motes Geology; Macon. Ga. Tammie Outlaw Psychology-. Wnghtsville. Ga. Navis Oxendine Management, Hmesville. Ga. Carmelita Parrish English Ed.-, Statesboro. Ga. Joseph Peeples Health PE; Brunswick, Ga. Jamie Phillips Med. Tech.; Soperton. Ga. Seniors 271 1 Thomas Pinkerton Germani Mableton, Ga. Bobby Powell Broadcasting) Albany, Ga. Robin Radney Sociology Warner Robins, Ga. Charles Rawls Industrial Tech.) Statesboro, Ga. Paul Reaves Management) Statesboro, Ga. Allen Rebuck Psychology; Macon, Ga. Shirley Reeder Math Computer Science) Augusta, Ga. Libby Rick English Ed.) Brunswick, Ga. Robin Rice Leesburg, Ga. Lee Rogers Speech-, Brunswick, Ga. Terrence Sagedy Speech Broadcasting) Greenville, S.C. Donna Sagos Early Childhood Ed.; St. Simons, Ga. Linda Squires Management) Jacksonville, Fla. Paul Soni Accounting) North Bay, Ontario Randell Staples BCT) Brunswick, Ga. Rob Stephens Biology; Wrens, Ga. Mary Strickland Early Childhood Ed. ; Baxley. Ga. Edith Stults General Business) Macon, Ga. Alicia Suarex Marketing-, Stockbridge, Ga. Allen Summer Business-, Hazelhurst, Ga. Susan Sutton Management) Lithonia, Ga. Vickie Thomas Early Childhood Ed.i Statesboro, Ga. Susan Thornhill Journalism; Lilburn, Ga. Suzanne Thornton Finance; Brunswick, Ga. Beth Tippins Exceptional Child Ed., Claxton, Ga. James Tucker Math CSC; Savannah, Ga. Cindy Turpin MGT DP; Tignall, Ga. Beverly Tyler General Business; Augusta, Ga. Mark Volino Marketing, Dunwoody, Ga. Margie Walker Interior Design; Nashville, Ga. 272 Seniors Elizabeth Walls Industrial Mgt.; Woodbine, Ga. Shebrennah Walters Physics Pre-Med.; Orlando. Ha. Gregory Watford Biology; Warner Robins. Ga. Betty Watson English Ed.i Macon. Ga. Clayton Watson Management; Lithonia. Ga. Tamara Watson Early Childhood Ed.; Warner Robins, Ga. Carlette Whitaker Marketing; Douglasvllle. Ga. Darell White MGT DP; Savannah. Ga. Jennifer Wilkes Recreation; Palatka, Ga. Sheryl Williams Criminal Justice; Winder, Ga. Walter Wilson Public Recreation. Martinex, Ga. Teresa Wingerter Education; Harrison, Ga. Matthew Wolfe History Ed.; Vero Beach Ela. Janice Wonnacott Public Relations; Statesboro, Ga. Reggie Wright MGT DP; Millen, Ga. Jeffrey Wulz General Business; Atlanta. Ga. Cheryl Zak Management; Savannah, Ga. Christopher Cooper Psychology Ed.; Savannah, Ga. David Ellis Management; Alma, Ga. Minas Hadjimichael Political Science Rene Miller Psychology Ed.-, Sylvester. Gilberto Severino Statesboro. Ga. Wayne Swann Statesboro. Ga. Ga. We are free to be courageous. We are free to venture out. 215 We are free to collect our memories Before we go our separate ways MENTlKE 8:00 j When the time for hopes and dreams Will become our yesterdays. But they will gain everlasting importance - These good times of the past - v. V . K — ' (ft 7 s IT- ' ' r 2« Sr ?T ' j The 1981 REFLECTOR staff duld like to thank tt»e people who helped make this editidp possible. Our thanks go to Dr. Keith Hickman, our advisor, for al! dY , his help andisupport; John J3mes, ot»r Walsworth representative; Dr. Arthur v " - Woodrum and the Physics Pepartment jjS for allowing us to use one of their la " b for the photographers to take the classes «ifc3 V t ctures; Frank Fortune and Photographic ices for pictures and darkroom work; and Varden Studios for taking the classes pictures. mWALS WORTH PUBLISHING COMPANY 1 ZACH S. HENDERSON LIBRARY 0 2001 DMfl DflV 2 DEMCO
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