Morris College - Hornet Yearbook (Sumter, SC)

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— —THE HORNET MICHAEL GLENN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 1977 MORRIS COLLEGE SUMTER, S.C. CONTENTS: OPENING...........................2 STUDENT LIFE......................4 SPECIAL ACTIVITIES ..............16 ADMINISTRATION ..................34 FACULTY .......................... STAFF HONORS ..........................74 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS..........89 CLASSES ........................168 SENIOR DIRECTORY ...............178ON THE MOVE Morris College is on the move, and it must be. in order to meet the educational needs of its student body. The increased technological advancement over recent years have brought some very serious changes and challenges to our society. These changes and challenges have required Morris and other institutions of higher learning to prepare themselves to meet the needs of the students seeking a solid foundation in advanced education. The administration of Morris College realizes that the power of the high school diploma is rapidly diminishing. Education beyond high school was once a luxury in society; now. it has become a necessary mean of dealing with our highly developed society. With this in mind, Morris College is on move to adapt to the changes and meet the challenges that technology is constantly presenting to society. Morris College is prepared to provide its students with an educational base of higher learning that will enable them to assume leadership in today’s highly technological society. The challenges are not easy; however, Morris College strives to meet them. The new library and fine arts center that are on the way to becoming a reality, will indeed enhance the college’s capability of providing its students with the best and most modern facilities possible. Morris College is on the move and its future gets brighter as it presses its way toward the mainstream of the academic arena. 2 . . _ OPEN HOUSE Santa Claus is coming to town. Anytime is study time. Welcome to my world. W£ - 5 _ — REGISTRATIONymm Wi'iitfen11Don't break it! it’s that time again Bad. Bold, and Bcautilul! Want some? This is too much! That's what I call style. M.C. PLAYERS PRESENT “BLUE DENIM” 14-COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER MRS. C. DELORES TUCKERMBr — 76 CORONATION LUCRETIA RICHARDSON CROWNED MISS MORRIS COLLEGE 22  MORRIS COLLEGE CHORALE PRESENTS CHRISTMAS CONCERT —— 1 '■REV. HOWARD D. COLEMAN SPEAKER FOR SCHOOL OF RELIGION CONVOCATION 25■■1 DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, SR. HIGHLIGHTS BLACK AWARENESS” ACTIVITIES ■» 1 76 HOMECOMING PARADE MID-WINTER BANQUET RALLY: THE HONORABLE LT. GOVERNOR W. BRANTLEY HARVEY GUEST SPEAKER 29 iDEDICATION SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST EDUCATIONAL AND MISSIONARY CONVENTION CENTENNIALDEDICATION In commemoration of the vision, high purpose, and faith which brought into existence in 1877 the State Baptist Educational. Missionary, and Sunday School Convention of South Carolina; In jubilant praise and thanksgiving for one hundred years of Christian witness, proclamation of the gospel of Christ, service, love, and fellowship by the Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina, its auxiliary bodies, and affiliated churches; In boundless appreciation for educational opportunities and services provided by Black Baptists of South Carolina — most especially for the gift of Morris College to South Carolina and America as an institution of learning undergirded by the Christian philosophy of life; In commendation and gratitude for the leadership and dedication of the officers, and the loyalty and commitment of the members of the State Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina and its auxiliaries and associated bodies; With pride in their glorious and triumphant past, with gratitude for their present witness and service, and with bright hope and confidence for a greater future for Black Baptists of South Carolina; We. the students of Morris College, proudly dedicate this 1977 yearbook — The Morris College Hornet to the officers and members of the State Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina. Gregory Davis. President Student Government Association Michael A. Glenn. Editor-in-Chief 1977 Hornet Yearbook StaffIN MEMORY OF MRS. NUNNIESMITH MRS. NUNIEA. SMITH "Mother Smith” Residence Oirector — Dean of Women — College Hostess "Mother Smith." as we affectionately learned to call her. was indeed a mother for all students, not just the junior-senior women with whom she worked daily. Her concerns reached our studies, our social life and even our ambitions. In every area she encouraged us to be the "Finest young men and women anywhere." The encouragement went deeper than words for she was indeed the very epitome of finer womanhood. We are grateful to be among those whose lives were touched by her. 37IN MEMORY OF MRS. GENEVA D. THOMPSON MRS. GENEVA THOMPSON "Reading Professor" Educator, leader, scholar, mentor, and sincere friend are but a few of the adjectives that students use to describe our sentiments toward Mrs. Geneva Thompson, a truly great professor. The memory of her stress on excellence, her constant encouragement, her scholarly, humane precepts and her determination to help us succeed will continue to motivate us to high achievements. We are eternally grateful that God permitted us the privilege of sharing her noble life. 33— 35CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF TRUSTEES DR. W. H. NEALTHE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ' V Front Row L to R Ms. Christian G. Dixon Mrs. Arabella H. Rich Dr. Mamie N. Coker Dr. B. J. Whipper, Sr. — Treasurer Dr. William McKinley Bowman Assistant Secretary Dr. Luns C. Richardson President. Morris College Dr. W. H. Neal Chairman. Board of Trustees Dr. L. W. Williams Mrs. Marion Mclester Mrs. Alice S. Graves Mrs. Nan A. Roberson Second Row L to R Rev. L. V. Johnson Secretary. Board of Trustees Rev. W. S. Randolph Mr. E. D. Dean Dr. C. M. Daniels Ms. Mabelle Tomlin Student Representative Ms. Evelyn Hall Faculty Representative Rev. A. R. Blake Mrs. Pauline Thompson Mr. C. O. Jackson Third Row L to R Dr. F. H. Ham Mr. E. J. Thompson Alumni Representative Dr. N. L. Bush Dr. S. C. Dishcr Rev. J. P. Neal. Sr. Dr. L. C. Jenkins. Sr. Absent Dr. J. L. Brooks. Secretary Dr. Rufus J. Daniels Vice Chairman Dr Maxie S. Gordon Mr. Willie Williams Dr W. L. Wilson Dr. I. W. Long Mrs. Garna J. Daniels Mr. L. C. Jenkins. Jr. Dr W. D. Dixon Dr W A Johnson President Baptist E M Convention Dr lola Jones 37  PRESIDENT DR. LUNS C. RICHARDSON A.B.. BENEDICT COLLEGE M.A., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PED.D., BENEDICT COLLEGE 38 L.H.D., MORRIS COLLEGEDR. RICHARDSON ON THE MOVE ACADEMIC DEAN 40 DR. ANNA D. RUEBENBUSINESS MANAGER GEORGE HEELAN11 DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS ELIZA E. BLACKCOORDINATOR title III ♦ 43INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT THEODORE R. MYERSMANAGEMENT SPECIALIST GERALD POLINSKYINSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH LESTER T. CORLEY 46 MMMFACULTY 47 Bobra C. Bright. Education James L. Bright. Music and Choir DirectorFACULTY Thelma Brown. Director of the Learning Resources Center Charles Cherry. Biology Anne F. Curtain. Mathematics Alice A. Calhoun. English49 David Dawson. Education and Counseling William P. Diggs. SociologyDIVISION CHAIRPERSONS Dr. Radman Ali. Division of Natural Sciences and Mathe- Dr. Syed Amanuddin. Division of Humanities matics so wmnmammmmmm  Dr. Sylvia Swinton. Division of Education and Director of Miss Evelyn Hall. Division of Social Sciences and Business Teacher Education DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS PROGRAMS 51 Dr. Vishnu V. OakClara Gordon. Head Librarian John Hall. Education (Visiting Lecturer) Sister Marie G. Donovan. Speech FACULTY Harry Geter. Health and Physical Education Robert T. Harper. English rabhaker Joshi. Econom.cs and Business Administration Sav.ta Joshi. Elementary Education S3 I Sara C. Knuckles. MathematicsrirnywniiwwiMi—f FACULTY Diane McMillian, English Bert D. Lewis. College Minister and Religion Pramod J. Mehta. Physics Osvaldo Mier. MathematicsSylvia H. Nelson. Education and Director of Cooperative Education and Career Planning and Placement John Perkins. Mathematics Andrew E. Pollard. History Matthew O. Ramsey. Education— Edwina Williams. Music and Choir Accompanisl jT” Charles Boykin, Director Secretary of Financial Aid. Anita Lawson, Hettye Boseman, Bookstore Manager J. David Weeks. Director of Public Relations and Alumni Affairs Ada L. Boynton. Assistant to Dean of Student Affairs 58 Lee H. Burns. Superintendent of Buildings and GroundsADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Marion Newton, Coordinator of Student Activities Wilhelmenia Owens. Assistant to the Business Manager John McCall. Recruitment Officer Arland H. Compton. M.D.. College Physician Ruth Williams. L.P.N. College Nurse 59  Vivian Anderson. PBX Operator and Secretary to the Academic Dean Claret Bob-Duru. Instructor—Library William Baker, Student Center 60 Delores Brown. Secretary. Food ServiceNina C.B,0Wn. Secretary ,oihe President Christine Clark, Director. legare Halt George Coleman. Assistant Director. Daniels Halls Mary M. Chandler. Direcor. Dobhins-Kerlh Wh.tener Hal, TZ Daisy Conyers. Secretary. Teacher Education Hallie Conyers. Secretary to the Librarian 62 Rosa M. Conyers. Secretary. Division of Humanities Sallie Davis. Secretary to the Academic Dean- Della Dinkins. Secretary to the Dean of Student Affairs James Dwyer. Campus Chef Gloria Felder. Secretary, Office of Special Programs Carter Jean Frierson. Secretary. Freshman Studies Program 63Clara Gamble, Assistant Director. Dobbins-Keith- Beatrice Golden. Librarian Assistant Whitener Hall Roy Graham. Director. Brawley-Starks Hall Maggie Grant. Secretary to the Director of Teacher EducationAnne S. Harvin, Secretary. Cooperative Education and Career Planning Anita Lawson. Secretary. Office of Financial Aid Gloria McBride. Clerk-Typist, Office of Admissions and Records Ranna Mehta, Cashier. Office of Business Affairs 65 Peggy Sanders, Public Relations and Alumni AffairsLauritha Singleton, Director. Legare Hall Queen Spann, Secretary Assistant, Office of Admissions and Records Loretta Walters. Secretary. Institutional Planning and Development 67 Roosevelt Stallings. Director of Church Relations —I CO Minnie Washington. Secretary. Church Relations 68 George P. Windley, Director. Daniels Hall Myrtle Wright. Learning Resources CenterDINING HALL STAFF SECURITY GUARDS Chick McCullough, Security Officer Rule Pringle. Security Officer Willie Williams. Security Officer 69 ggKZ ’? V£ $jcosaa ACTING DEAN IN THE SCHOOL OF RELIGION REV. ISAIAH HARVEYINSTRUCTORS IN THE SCHOOL OF RELIGION 71 REV. B. SNODDY DR. L. W. WILLIAMSWalter Adger George Coleman James Adams Henry Dawkins Robert Dennis Lucious Dixon Nathaniel Ernest John W. Hester 72SCHOOL OF RELIGION Oliver T. Hill Horton H. Howard James C. Levy Dennis Mims Rufus Mosby Herman Smalls Leroy Williams Marion Newton 73.. .... ..... MISS MORRIS COLLEGE1st Attendant to Miss Morris College Ramona Gore 2nd Attendant to Miss Morris College Jeanetta Walker Miss Cheerleader Miss Veterans Club Miss Campus Queen Maxine Jacobs Christine Bastiste Sandra Anderson 76Miss Biology Club Gail Simon Miss B.S.U. Miss Legare Hall Carolyn Lewis Grothalla Weaver Miss Gospel Choir Roberta Hicks 78 Miss Morris College Players Devra Moultrie Miss Choir Barbara Jones Miss Epsilon Phi Gamma Francine Atkins Miss D.K.W. Hall Genovia Dinkins Miss Knights Social Club Carolyn Wiley Miss Daniels Hall Christine Jamison Miss Brawley-Starks Hall Justine Jacques Miss Zeta Phi Della Linda Alexander Miss Yearbook Linda Wilson Miss Co-ed Linda Fulwood MissS.G.A. Dianne Adamson Miss Gamma Phi Gamma Barbara Brockington 80 Little Miss Morris College LaToynaMcFadden Miss Burgundy and Black tavetta BrogdonMiss Freshman Dollie Jacobs Miss Freshman Studies Debra Moore Miss Junior Cornelia Howard Miss Senior Queen E McCall Miss Pep Club Joyce Nelson Miss Sophomore Carrie Glover 8) 82 Most Lady Like Carolyn Wiley Most Likely to Succeed Mary E. Ruth Wilbur TindalMost Religious Most Studious Dennis Mims and Helen Wilson Wilbur Tindal Best Looking Eleanor Howell and Michael Bryant 83 Wittiest Most Talented John Maddox Gregory Davis and Lucretia RichardsonO. R. REUBEN SCHOLARS "Odell Reuben Scholars" is an organization representing high scholarship achievement in honor of the LATE Dr. Odell Richardson Reuben. To be eligible, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or more after his second semester of his freshman year. Kneeling: Sylvester Thompson Left to Right: Roszele Hayes. Carrie Looey. Sandra Anderson. Al- Standing: Liska Price. Janie Dukes. Modestmc Nimmons line Mitchell. Judy Ransom. Gloria Pringle. MORRIS COLLEGE SCHOLAR Students whose academic achievements have earned for them listing on the Honor Roll for six consecutive semesters are designated as Morris College Scholars. This is the highest academic honor for students prior to graduation. Scholarship emblems bearing the seal of the College are awarded to each "Morris College Scholars." Naomi Brown 85■WWS515SSSIS WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Janie Dukes Anthony Cabbagestaik Sandra Anderson Naomi Brown 86Judy Ransom Ethel Legrant Tfimiimmniuir Modestine Nimmons Mary Ann Wright 87 e Carrie LoneyJAMES RAY WRIGHT STUDENT SPEAKER 65th ANNUAL SPRING BACCALAUREATE — COMMENCEMENT EXERCISEPRESIDENT OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION GREGORY DAVIS Hello, as we have turned our calendars to a New Year, we all have promised ourselves to do better than we did last year. In this anticipated thought Morris College has not been left out. Morris College as an institution realizes that much has yet to be done to meet the criteria of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Morris College realizes the days of non-accredited institutions of higher education are becoming nonexistent; Morris College therefore promises itself to do better, much better than last year. Morris College as an organization of people, live in the personages of administrators. faculty, staff, students, alumni, supporters and friends. This organization of people I talk of. represent components that make up the very backbone of her existence. As many of us "Enter to Learn. Depart to Serve." let us not forget our roots. Morris College's total educational program and principles afforded us essential, and necessary educational opportunities that we could not have gotten anywhere else at the same monetary rate. Inflation, a key issue of the middle 70's has closed many doors of educa- tion. Through the supporters, lovers, and dreamers of Morris College, we as an institution remain a reality for many youth seeking a college education. Through classes. Student Government Associations, clubs, and the organizations on the campus, we ready our young men and women to take a grasp on responsibility and prepare them to meet the demands of the society all of them will eventually have to enter into after leaving Morris. From her crucial past to her present best. Morris College — is not getting older, she is getting better.MORRIS COLLEGE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Left to Right: William Miller: Business Manager. Diane Adamson; Secretary. Gregory Davis: President. Mary Ella Ruth; Treasurer. Sylvester Thompson; Second Vice President. Absent Randy Broughton; First Vice President 91FRESHMAN STUDIES PROGRAM The Freshman Studies Program develops an integrated approach to learning that is supported by student-teacher conferences, individualized tutoring and counseling, and compensatory educational and cultural experiences. It is a program that provides interdisciplinary learning experiences. To carry out this program successfully, the following courses are included: Developmental and Critical Reading Communication Skills Humanities (Literature. Art, and Music) General College Mathematics Voice and Speech Improvement Guided laboratory work, research activities, field trips, and selected cultural experiences are integral parts of Freshman Studies.STUDENT LEADERS IN THE FRESHMAN STUDIES PROGRAM Left to Right: Diane Hicks. Martimus Lee. Lett to Right: Ida Ladson. Carl Pee. Editor; Gail President; Felissa Taylor. Secrelary. Simon. Shcrlyl Singleton. Debra Moore. Queen. 93MORRIS COLLEGE SUNDAY SCHOOL Roy Graham. Advisor; Mary Chandler. Advisor; Issac Williams. Willie Brunson. Superintendent. Standing: Doris Cooper. Patricia Davis. 9 1 First Row: John Hester. Walter Adgcr. Isaiah Harvey. Acting Dean School of Religion; Oliver T Hill Second Row; Michael Glenn. Robert Dennis. James Adams. Nathiel Ernest. Third Row. James Levy. Dennis Mims. George Wmdley. Henry Dawkins BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS: Sealed Left to Right: Sandra Gary. Lmda Fulwood. Gloria James. Dons Cooper. Dennis Mims. George Coleman. Waller Adger. Ada Boynton. Advisor. Michael Glenn, Leroy Williams. First Row Sandra Gary, l.mda Fulwood. Leroy Williams. Carolyn Lewis. Ada Boynton Advisor Second Row: Doris Cooper. Christine Mathis, Mary Ruth. Marilyn Coleman, Gloria James. Howard Maddox Third Row: M chacl Glenn. Dennis Mims. George Coleman. Clyde Jones. Walter Adger 9GMORRIS COLLEGE GOSPEL CHOIREPSILON PHI GAMMA Standing Lett to Right: Alberta Hunter, Mary Ann Wright. Rowelle Hayes. Brenda Blakcney. Barbara Jones. Janie Dukes. Patricia Davis. Debra Croom. Marilyn McMillian. Kneeling: Kenneth Mae Mitchell. Cornelia Howard Left to Right: Jimmy Wright. Camp Godfrey. Calvin Henry. Oliver Perry. Nathaniel Washington. Eugene Spencer. Robert Littlejohn. Mar»on Jenkins GAMMA PHI GAMMA m 99 ,THE KNIGHTS SOCIAL CLUB Lett to Right: Howard Maddox. Robert Cooper. Eddie Chestnut. Carl Spell. Edward Denn«s - President Seated: Ricky Milter. Anthony Copeland. Orb Jacobs Left to Right: Dian Williams. Lottie Brown. Dons Hamilton. Maxine Jacobs. Linda Smith. Karen Ramey. Ruby Robinson. Barbara Morris. Carolyn Richardson. Jessie Rush. Glona James. Henrietta Lyles. Carolyn Lewis. Queen McCall. Linda Fulwood. Lavender Harrison. Ethel Legrant. Christine Mathis. Carolyn Wiley. Lizzie Capers. Eliza Bradford. D.anc Adamson. Aiphcn.a Gamble. Gwendolyn Young. Patricia Young. Mary E. Ruth OFFICERS: Ruby Robinson. Eliza Bradford. Carolyn Wiley. Jessie Rush. Al-phenia Gamble. Lizzie Capers. Jean Alexander. Mary Helen Davis. ZETAPHI DELTA totINTRAMURAL FOOTBALL TEAM 102 LeH to Right: Howard Maddox. Orbie Jacobs. Charles England. Charles Houck. Anthony Copeland.BUSINESS CLUB Seated: Linda Fulwood Left to Right: Christine Mathts. Mary E Ruth. Debra Croom. Cornelia Howard. Albertha Hunter. Alphenia Gamble 2nd Left to Right: Carolyn Witey. Brenda 8lakeney. Ricky Miller. Edward Dennis. Left to Right: Wayne O'Neal. Sandra Anderson. Mary Ella Ruth, Christine Mathis. Carolyn Wiley Standing Devra Moultrie, l.iska Price. Andy Jefferson. James McCray 103 2 11 RESIDENCE HALL SENATE MEMBERS DANIEL HALL Willie McCrae. Pres.. Waller Adger. Counselor; Charlie Wallace. Treas . Marion Jenkins. Chaplain; Andy Jeiier-son. Sec.. Wayne O'Neal. Asst Sec LEGARE HALL 104 Tammy Eaddy. Clara Barber. Yvonne Jackson. Patricia Young. Lee Ester Harley. Donnclla Fields.BRAWLEY STARKS HALL Standing: Roy Graham. Director. Herbert Harvey. Chaplain; George Way. Vice Pres. Willie Shumate. Sec . Leroy Williams. Peer Counselor Seated: Michael Glenn. Pres DOBBINS KEITH WHITENER HALL Queen McCall. Pres . Marilyn McMillan. Sec . Genovia Dinkins. Miss DKW 105 MORRIS COLLEGE CHORALE First Row. Lett to Right: Catherine Dewitt, Lillie Evans. Gregory Davis. Eugene Spencer. James Taylor. Moultrie Wilson. Carl Spell. Margaret Martin. Bernice Harris. Vallira Duncan. Edna Brunson Second Row. Lett to Right: James L Bright. Director. Debra Jettries. Rebecca Purvis. Georgia Miller. Justine Jacques. Helen Stewart, Beverly Tindal. Sarah Harrington. Michelle Miller Third Row. Left to Right: Beverly Pearson. Mary Maree. Stanley Scriven. Thad-deus Fleming. Ray Charles Shaw. Waller K. Scott. Carl Pee. Jackie Cade 106PEER COUNSELORS Left to Right: Slyvester Thompson. George Coleman. Walter Adgcr. Dennis Mims. Leroy Williams. Lee Esther Harley. Clara Barber 1977 HORNET STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MICHAEL A. GLENNSTAFF MEMBERS 2 Anthony CabbagestalkDUNBAR—GANDY RETREAT noI.— „wr« — STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Left to Right: Patncia Johnson. Mod-estme Nimmons. Kenneth Mae Mitchell. Janie Dukes. Helen Daniels, Ethel Legrant Seated. Lett to Right: Modeslme Nimmons. Kenneth Mac Mitchell. Lillie Mae Grimes. Janie Oukcs. Marilyn McMiiiian. Helen Darnels. Letlie Ann Drown. Eleanor Howell Standing. Lett to Right: Patricia Davis. Patricia Johnson. Annie Mac Hammond. Debra Wall. Carolyn l ewis. Ethel Legrant litSOCIAL STUDIES CLUB PRESENTS ‘MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY”PEP CLUB Lett to Right: Jessie Rita Cooper. Vice President; Felissa Taylor. Asstt Secretary. Carl Pee. Joyce Nelson. Modestme Nimmons. Alfreda Leal. Secretary. Rod-nei Poole. President. Annie Hammond. Chaplain; Brenda Blakency. Treasurer. Kneeling: Alvin Clark. Rodnei Poole. Carl Terrell Pee Standing Left to Right: Jesse Rita Cooper. Angela Rowell. Sarah Bosicr. Patricia Johnson. Ailreda Leal. Debra Moore. Patricia Davis. Felicia Taytor. Annie Hammond. Marilyn McMillian. Mary Wright. Brenda Blakency. Ywonc McCants. Joyce Nelson. Mod estine Nimmons. Marianne Tedder. 113 115 BIOLOGY CLUB116 Lelt to Right: Anthony Cabbagestalk, President; Robert Cooper. Vice President. Queen McCall. MiSS Senior. Alphenia Gamble. Secretary. Ethel Legrant. Task Team Ctiairperson. Mary E. Rulh. Parliamentary; Inez Lewis. Treasury; Linda Fulwood. Task Team Chairperson; Cathy Best. Program Chairperson SENIORS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------■---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Eliza Bradford■nUBSHBi m MHUI 1Shelby Carter Anthony CopelandMMMHHBi w w Mary Davis Linda FulwoodLelia Harris ?A WKmmmsmmmmmKmaas Charles HugginsDonetha Jenkins James Keith Ethel Legrant 1 ?6■ Inez Lewis S E N I O R S Henrietta Lewis 127 wmm Mary MareeChristine Mathis Queen McCall Lula McKenny Ruby McKenzie 178Gloria Pringle Viola Ragins Carolyn Wiley 131132 Jacqueline YoungOFFICERS. Left to Right: Debra Wall. Judy Ransom. Lizzie Capers. Naomi Brown — President. Andy Jelterson, Janie Dukes. and Hubert Peterson. JUNIORS 133J u N I O R S Jean Alexander Sandra Anderson Otis Benjamin Brenda Blakely Wanda Bradley Illinois Brown Lee Burgess Babara Brockington Lizzie Capers 134Mi Marilyn Coleman Susan Collins Debra Croom Helen Daniels Patricia Davis Edward DennisO DC CO Calvin Henry Roberta Hicks Lillie Evans Wendell Hastie Lillie M. Grimes Annie M. Hammond 136 Clarence Houck Cornelia Howard Alberta Hunter Carolyn Hunter Loretta Jackson Gloria James Christine Jamison Andy Jeflerson Marion Jenkins Cynthia Johnson Patricia Johnson Barbara Jones 137O cc CD J U N 138 Evelyn Love Willie Lucas Howard MaddoxHwniMnMMAi k Jacob McLeod Curtis McKnight Victor Mbele William Miller Kenneth Mae Mitchell Mary Millian Devra Moultrie Modestine Nimmons Wayne O'Neal - — . 139J u N I O R S lletha Pearson Jeanette Pearson Oliver Perry Hubert Peterson. Charlie Wallace Debra Wall Mary Ann Wright MlLEFT TO RIGHT: Sandra Gary. Chaplain; Randy Carter, Business Manager; Mary Randolph. Secretary; Eddie Chestnut, Parliamentary. CENTER: Diane Edwards. President. 142 SOPHOMORESLinda Alexander Catherine Anthony Francine Atkins mA Clara Barber Christine Bastiste Faye Black Helen Braddy Lavetta Brogdon Janet Brooks 143 Dorothy Brunson Willie Brunson, Jr. Brenda BryantSherry Brown Delores Cabbagestalk Jackie Cade Randy Carter Shirley Carter Rosiland Cash Eddie Chestnut Melvin Clark Dorothy Conyers Barbara Davis Virginia Drayton Leola Dukes SOPHOMORES 144i mmammantamnmxrtvttm Rachel Dunlap Andrew Eaddy Dianne Edward Jerry Fogle Barbara Gamble Sandra Gary Carrie Glover Charles Goodwin Lucinda Grant Jasper Grissitt Doris Hamilton Cheryl Hannibal ms Lee Ester Harley Sarah Harrington Lavender Harrison Fannie Irick Charles Jackson Yvonne Jackson Maxine Jacobs Dorothy Jennings Sandra Jennings Rosa Julius Anthony Kingston Melinda Legrant SOPHOMORES 146 ■MBttBHBOMMKtIS Adell McMillian Earl McNeil Cassandra Middleton Velma Mills Edwin Moore Barbara Morris Cathy Moses Yvonne Myers James Pearson Ruthie Peoples Jennifer Phillips Dianne Porter 147 _Kevin Price Teresa Prince Karen Rainey Mary Randolph Marie Ransom Bettie J. Rhodes Barbara Richardson Carrie L. Robinson Ruby Robinson Jessie M. Rush Shirley Sanders SOPHOMORES 148Stanley Scriven Zakiyuah Sharif Barbara Sharper Sally Shaw Gentry Simms John Simpson Linda Smith Carl Spells Mary Stewart James W. Taylor Marianne Tedder Easter Thomas 149 IMHH||SOPHOMORES 150 Lorraine Weston Diane Williams Issac Williams Barbara Thompson Sylvester Thompson Franklin Tmdal Johnny Vandiver Robert Ward Willie WashingtonUL Cynthia Baccus Marcia Bethune Wilma Bracey Aaron Baker Althea Blakeney Gwendolyn Bradley Eleanor Belton Sarah Ann Bosier Retha Mae Brantley Rosa M. Bennett Sandra Boyd Betty Brooks 153 - ■PIF R E S H M E N Freddie Brown Edna Brunson Thomas Campbell Gabriel Brown Rosa Brunson Jaunita Cantey Mary Brown Nancy Byrd Michael Cantey Chrish Stella Brunson Desiree Campbell Donald CantyGloria J. Capers Alvin Clark Carolyn Cooper Eunice Carolina Harry Clark Glendora Cooper Palvolyn Chivas Larry Clark Jesse Rita Cooper Reo Chestnut Odell Coyners Marie CuretonF R E S H M E N Rodney Dais Robert Delay Mary Ella Dow Barbara Daniels Catherine Dewitt Malissa Drayton Al Davis Icybell Dickey Vallira Duncan Carolyn Davis Deloris Dinkins Bernadetta Dunlap 156UL Leroy Durant Wanda D. English leander Gee Mary D. Eaddy Joseph Evans Michael A. Glenn Tammie Eady Sharon Franklin Janice Gordon Ronnie English Almise Gamble Arbree Green 157 mmmmF R E S H M E N Cecilia Ham Herbert Harvey Dianne Hicks Denise Hammond Andrea Haygood Jacqueline Howard Kalie Harrington Alonzo Haynes Cheryl Huggins Bernice Harris Dianne Hennegan Elizabeth Hunter 1 158Melinda Isom Dollie Jacobs Larry Jennings Doris Ivory Justine Jacques Betty Johnson Deborah Jackson Antonio Jefferson Glen Johnson Gwenevere Jackson Deborah Jeffries Rita JohnsonLi_ OC LU CO X LU N Clyde Jones Alfreda Leal Carolyn Majors Dianne Jones Martimus Lee Julian Marshall Ida Ladson Jeffrey Lowe Theresa Mason Margie La Grant Irvin Loyd Kenneth McAlister 160Wayne McCall Verna McCutechen Sharon McKnight Michael McCants Alma McCuthuen Adrienne McManus Yvonne McCants Bertha McKnight Mary McQueens Mary McClain Jane McKnight Wayne McRants 61LI- oc lli to X 2 E N Georgia Miller Linda Moses Johnny Nelson Mary Miller Johnnie Mae Murphy Joyce Nelson Charles Montgomery Hattie Myers Mae Belle Nesbitt Debra Ann Moore Roger Myers Vanessa Newton 162Donald Nixon Imogene Pearson Rodnei Poole Rosa Nixon Carl Pee Gale Pratt Beverly Oliver Mary Ann Pettigrew Johnnie Mae Randolph Mary Ann Peagues Donald Phillips Francine Richardson 163 ■...F R E S H M E N Mary Richbow Shirley Robinson Terry Scott Rose Ann Rivers Ella Nora Rubin Gwendolyn Shaw Deloris Robinson Loretta Scott Herbert Shaw Larry Robinson Rosia Mae Scott Willie Shumate 16 1Gary Simmons Donna Singleton Thomasina Smith Gail Simon Eartha Smith Rosinai Spann Helen Simon Linda Smith Helen Stewart Cheryl Singleton Mary Smith Felicia Taylor . aWillie Thompson Loretta Washington Sylvia J. Wells Brenda Tomlin Emma Watson Avis E. Whaley Ruth Walker Carolyn Webb Toni Wharton Willie Walthour Helen Wells Angela Wiley 166Ida Ladson and Althea BlaKeney enjoys classroom assignmcnl Dora Williams Elijah Williams Pamela Wilson Gerlinda Withcer Charles R. Young Renee Williams Ollie Mae Woodbury Theresa Ann Young 167 -s 1 S.E.A.C. CHAMPIONS ■C. HORNETS BASKETBALL TEAM 0R £r$ Ijv First Row — Lett to Right: Wiilio Thompson Trainer. James While. William Miller. Larry McCory. Jestro Hart Co Captain, Albert Jen Second Row -Lett to Right: Coach Harry Getcr. Edward Dennis. Freddie Brown. Gary Simmons. Spencer Morns. Otis Woods. Barry Marshall. William Gadson. Robert Cooper — Captam. Michael Bryant 169 M.C. HORNETS WIN 77 S.E.A.C. TOURNAMENT Harry Geter Named “Coach of the Year” James White Received M.V.P. Trophy M. C. FEMALE BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right: 1st Row — Dianne Edwards. Alphenia Gamble. Barbara Brown 2nd Row — Tammy Eady. Donetha Jenkins. Carrie Glover. Rose River 3rd Row — Linda Alexander. Helen 8raddy. Liska Price. Coach Queen Spann. 172173 ___________________, ■■I 4 M.C. INTERCOLLEGIATE FEMALE SOFTBALL TEAM First Row: Cassandra Middleton. Roscna Spann. Icybeile Dickey. Carolyn Webb. Carolyn Cooper. Thomasina Woods. Eleanor Belton Second Row: J. David Weeks. Coach. Jackie Golden. Trainer; Delores Linton. Inez Lewis. Carrie Loney. Lavetia Brogdon. Juanita Cantey. Lorraine Thomas. Debra Moore 174MORRIS COLLEGE CHEERING SQUAD JUNIOR CHEERLEADERS: Leo Esier Harley — Advisor. Karen Ardis. Mary Black. Anila Pollard. Alicia Pollard. Toni Black. La-juana Brown Karen Ramey. Oollio Jacobs. Luclla Grant. Inez Lewis. Avis Whaley. Dianno LeonardM. C. HORNETS BASEBALL TEAM Kneeling: Frank Goodwin. Maurice Wright. Melvin Clark Standing. Lett to Right: Larry Jennings. Jacob Mcleod. Frank Fuller. Michael Byrd. Benny Webb. Leander Gee. Charles Goodwin. Harris Mack. Wilbur Tmdal. Carl While 177 Micheal Byrd, Nalh cl Washington. Wilbur Tmdal SENIOR DIRECTORY Carolyn M. Adams 1713 Scott Street Camden, S. C. Robert G. Cooper 913 Pmehaven Street Daytona Beach. Fla. Dianne L. Adamson 1210 Old River Road Camden. S. C. Gregory Davis 4 Rosedale Avenue Greenville. S. C. James W. Barr 1012 Maxwell Street Florence. S. C. Mary H. Davis Route 1. Box 172-A Olanta. S. C. Cathy L. Best Route 3. Box 21 Galivanls Ferry Louis Flemming 256 East Red Bay Sumter. S. C. Eliza J. Bradford 513 South Gordon Street Camden. S. C. Udetta S. Ford 47 Maxwell Avenue Sumter. S. C. Joseph T. Brantley 117 West Street Bennettsville. S. C. Linda F. Fulwood 19 Birnie Circle Sumter. South Carolina Barbara Brown Route 1. Box 34 Reevesville. S. C. Alphenia Gamble Route 1. Box 285 New Zion. South Carolina Diane Brown Route 1.34 Reevesville. S. C. Sammie L. Gary 316 South Salem Street Sumter. S. C. Letlie A. Brown Route 1. Box 34 Reevesville. S. C. Marilyn Greene Post Office. Box 201 Pinewood, S. C. Naomi Brown 5 Shields Row Cheraw. S. C. Dorothy Hollomon Route 1. Box 293-A Bishopville. S. C. Anthony Cabbagestalk 1 Malibu Street Sumter. S. C. Donetha Jenkins Route 3. Box 85 Galivants Ferry. S. C. George Coleman Route 2. Box 238-F Lynchburg. S. C. Carolyn Cooper 700 Benson Street Kingstree. S- C. Alphenia Gamble Route 1. Box 285 New Zion, S. C.SENIOR DIRECTORY Albert M. Jett 417 Syracuse Street Darlington, S. C. Maggie Scott Route 1. Box 105-A Kingslree. S. C. James Keith Route 1. Box 31-C Dalzell.S.C. Linda Sumpter 839 Hager Street Sumter. S. C. Ethel Legrant Post Office Box 191 Lynchburg. S. C. Fred Edward Taylor 18 E. Chapel St. Charlestown. S. C. Roy Mitchell Route 1. Box 24 Hemingway. S. C. Lorraine Thomas 610 Lyttleton Street Camden. S. C. Jerome Mobley 209 Seaboard Avenue Mullins. S. C. Wilbur Tindall Route 5. Box 149-C Sumter. S. C. Robert Myers Route 1. Box 405-A Florence. S. C. Mabelle Tomlin 7 Logan Street Sumter. S. C. Joseph Porchea Route 1. Box 127 Nesmith. S. C. Jeannetta Walker Route 2. Box 212 Pinewood. S. C. Caesar W. Prince 307 Brown Street Sumter. S. C. Nathiel Washington Route 2. Box 243-C Holly Hill Gloria A. Pringle 812 Manning Avenue Sumter. S. C. Carolyn V. Wiley Route 2. Box 117 Lugoff, S. C. Carey Quick 504 Woodward Street Bishopville. S. C. Ruth Helen Woods 512 Warren Street Timmonsville. S. C. Viola L. Ragins 31 Lincoln Avenue Sumter. S. C. Mary A. Wright Route 2. Box 56-A Lynchburg. S. C. Lucretia Richardson 583 Second Street Darlington. S. C. Theodore York 712 Webb Street Sumter. S. C. Mary E. Ruth Post Office Wysacky. S. C. Jacqueline E. Young 1008 Chestnut Street Camden. S. C.MAXWELL SHOWROOM FURNITURE 1096 BROAD STREET SUMTER, S.C. 775-6367 180 ■mniHH


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