Morristown College - Red Knight Yearbook (Morristown, TN)

 - Class of 1976

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Dean Paul Addison Edwards Mrs. Magdalene Goins Knight Mr. Pierre Edgar LaForest NEVVMISSIO CANDIDS As we grow our needs change. We no longer are content iust to feed our bodies. When our bodies stop growin , the mind makes known its need for food. We feed it with knowl- edge and it is never con ent. So from childhood to adulthood and onward this new awaken- ing moves us on a New Mission of progress. O A Q -A 1 X Q1 -i"'s .n wg.. I l, A f - ,334 ' ' iq, li .' .- ' ' 'nf 5 944 " lslqfan -.Z 2 . 'fr 44511, ,'Nr.41' - . f-1' . .. N., , , ,, i Y :- ' . CANDIDS NEW MISSIO l A place where we can stand alone Ml' 'H qv ff l 1 gk 4 Q . , 1 ll A s . X X l ll Ml 4 l and be happy. In this place we do e enioy each other, we do express ff , ourselves and we do see forward ' l -1 not sideways nor backward. N , ll 'pl l V My -wr -1 , 1, .wg ,wmv P N F A U . I v r,, Num. , L, -.-V, N- r' 47,-s Anil, V4 - f, , 'I M . -M, Q . -. 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V, . - , :all s is .A r mf N N :lm ,. l l , ml PAUL ADDISON EDWARDS In Appreciation by Mrs. Alberta Cain Teacher, dean, educator, advisor to seven presidents, christian, husband, father, friend are but a few of the words that would describe Paul Addison Edwards. He was born in Alabama, the fourth son of Rev. and Mrs. Edward E. Edwards. His college years were spent at Knoxville College, Fisk University, and Indiana University. Before coming to Morristown he taught at Butler Junior College in Tyler, Texas, and in public schools in Florida, where he led the battle for equalization of teacher's salaries for blacks, and worked with U.S.O., T.V.A., and United Seamen Services. If you had asked Paul Edwards where home was, he would have readily said Morristown, in the heart of East Tennessee, where he had met and married his college sweetheart, Jamesena McMahon Edwards. If you had asked him what line of work had brought him the most satisfaction he would have quickly said, "being employed at Morristown College." He ioined the faculty here twenty-eight years ago as a teacher of biology but soon after became dean of instruction, a position he held for over twenty years. He came out of retirement in 1972 to serve as assistant to President White but failing health caused him to limit his activities. However, even in failing health, he attended Chapel services and sports events regularly. There were many sides to Dean Edwards, a title that will always remain. He was a loyal, dedicated member of Bethel United Methodist Church. An active civic leader who was intensely interested in the city school sys- tem, United Way, and activities of city council. He ran for a seat on city council but although defeated, he could spend hours discussing ideas that would make Morristown a better community. As a teacher and dean, Mr. Edwards was helpful in the classroom, co-sponsor of the science club, assisted students in transferring to a four-year college, helped them when they were in a financial bind, and visited in their homes when he had a opportunity. Mr. Edwards in his quiet way was an inspiration to students and faculty and was never heard to argue or complain. He lived by the Golden Rule and would go that extra mile for friend, family, or co-worker. lt was a privilege to have known him and our lives have been blessed because of it. Some men build bridges, some have stone monuments erected in their honor, others live in the hearts of those who have known a true friend. l SERVED "A friend to students." "A welcome to the campus." .,,,' : As Dean - lPres. Dr. Elmer P. Gibsonj Fulfilling a Dean's funclion on Graduation Day. .--an--I L 'rgffgs "Always busy" P Q., -l. ' M "Helping committees to funclion." af, ix c W .. hades of Black My hand exfends our foward The universe. Reach longing fo be one wifh The universe and you. You a n are of The universe Therefore part of it. There is no har- mony and no ioy so long as we remain separated. I 'KES r Hf ii Q me s , " vi. H A M, W x 4 , W in 5' W 'W 'QW i 5 v qi ,Zi ,M ,X Iii, v W L wil 1 - - fix . wi .ang ' , Wim H:'fgj?fp'5:E:' 5- in -H V-3, ' 31' Q. , . -ui Min .. ' , '-an ,- M, Q 1 .fi i- A il. ' ' " 5 '55 ' 1 - K ' X .:,ix,,- vm ,gr x i W H . Y .. 1 W ,, IM WW 2, +L ,AWWA :pi " O 'WJ4 .Q-V.-Jia' ,K . .. A . r - rw. J ,M - in , , M ' ' 1 1. :Rx ,L .N . . Q QV. Q ' i -5 . ing, d I .4 r-- --N. , ff' ff' Shades of Black Take my hand when our hands entwine it will be the eternal bond of flesh mind and spirit. Together in Love we shall harmonize harmony, melodize melody and cre ate a music not yet dreamed. We no nothing to be impossible if it be in Truth and true. Our method? Knowledge, understanding and wisdom Our direc tion Godward. This is one of our Missions. ' :fa,? ' - ., ,, 1 nik, , + 5' ian we -ft ?',lm'm f 'TY A COLLEGE GROVVS IN MORRISTOVV Dr. Hill came to Morristown and found a mission. He materialized it with an idea of a table. Dr. Hill sent out 2000 letters and telegrams to men of influence and position to aid him in securing pieces of wood to put in a table that would be built in the woodwork shop of his school. The table would then be placed on exhibit at the general confer- ence at Minneapolis in 1912. Pieces from China, Japan, Wesley's Pulpit, from every important mission station in the world and America bits of wood were obtained. He had the table constructed in the school shop alone with a gavel and a chair to be used by the Presiding-Bishops on the occasion of the opening of the conference. The table received so much publicity that it was later sold for Sl ,500.00. Years later the owner ofthe table passed away and the heirs decided to return the table to the college. It is now located in the conference across from Love chapel of Morristown College. ...st fr.-Q., , ' , Morristown Seminary in 1884 Laying of first brick for Crary Hall by Mrs. Hill. Sep- Morristown Seminary and Normal Institute makes its DF- Hill tember 25, 1922 Q own bricks- I0 ,351 Dr. Hill and Staff Bishops' Table Old slave mart 1881 Original school We are proud of the ideas, sweat, time, and energy of those who gave for us. They found their missions not impossible, neither will we! l i i I i i A 1 Football team - 1945 DIFFERENT TIMES OE DA Y 'f. X .K X 7 ' Nh Q 1 Eiiiiqg V fX:jX.l1 .-- 'riwgrf A i f 1 3 X I V. X .5 , -X1 A ,FG W H C 'N X X X 2, t 1' NVXX , L- 1 -H, -1 in " 'I' 4-1 3. H pr - X -X-,s-xr-v - -I -. - I il X"-: 'ff'-i an V ' ' ,. IEZ - :qt .,'. 1 la-5 1 5- Q 'F " X 'E : Ing , ,5- , -'57, , r . l. - .'. is F .-.V, I- l w i ,X , X- nah EEEEE , . X X E X X X X . ' - - ., -.fel if ' if':5VYz45Qi 7-524 4,215 JE -,...ilg5i lg. 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I-,,,,.,-!--'ki 1' 'v wzf it r Alabama Dlsfflcl 'Pf Delaware T Ethiopia Columbia Qxzxf, Q- "" Five, ffffnifj T lglfrflvgff " I A-fi-2, i i f "' ,:.l,' we, , ,J , Florida -Lu .mv .. .- ,,,v,a.,m..1.a --1-'+ -..i...,xqg,Q if 1 P ig E KE: s if ig, -we ...ff mmm,-V :sf1""""Nl: Illinois Virginia T wi will :ll ,,,,,, Kentucky THESE COUNTRIESA Louisiana S TA TES A R E VVE L L Michigan New York Q aigi yt 'I' w"' f Ohio 16 REPRESENTED ATMORRISTOW COLLEGE X'e2.."iI- R L 3 "" ' i4f.....,Nf,. i V-rr-e"':"W'T ' 'ii.n.'i.aa.4:ul West Virginia f- i , . , ,il TrUl4 Pennsylvania S'e"C' Leon L-f--r--if. V . .QA -1w,. 3!v.i ., Q L.-ii. iq Tennessee 2, .zvii ...Q - 'V V7 4 ' ' 4 sf2'f l ' " SEHK i 'V s . I 5 4 'Y -Y 4 Georgia Indiana Liberia .I 1 I ' E LM H klglsza, F J . - M l , H mi, e A' -E Maryland i it . -.I F l I .if New Jersey fa? i' '51 f f-Jiifanigp-? bm: L E L has .1.l"T'W SL North Carolina 1 l South Carolina R PRESIDE L , xr 'F , ,E ,I OUR PRESIDENT GIVES US ANOTHER MOMENT In the deepest gratitude, we wish to give to Dr, Roymon E. White our Thanks, praise, and love, for these things given to us by him: time, love, the New Mission and, most importantly, Himself. THE ANNUAL RED KNIGHT STAFF OFFICE OF THF PRFSIDFN Dr. Clyde F. Watkins Director of Public Relations .L TK. 1 i ,f fr fllrg ' ' fi -hx I Mrs. Jeannine Houston Administrative Assistant MN N Mr. Alphonzo Canty Special Assistant to the President for Student Affairs 31,4 4 i N OFFICE QE PRUGRAM A HUMA RESOURCE DEVELQPMENT Mrs. Nannie F. McDcniels Academic Assistant . 4 12 1 1 wg Aff f f x K- f A l .w Ms. Francis Hale Secretary 1 K F cm f W . pi 1 - H S' 5 wgfwx? li 4 r- 3 .gV,. - . 1"- W x, E1 -tx 'Q-sf 1 n 3,15 s 'Nr 11- Fi 1 irx. fx I I R- H' . v i ' ms:H '-Wu -1' -v - ..,- 'T if 1. 'H x n 'lt' H1 Q4--atv . . ln I gfg5WfLqrm,l1t3t aj. 'f-55 Hg H Tl: H1 In 1 6' .901-. ,. U, rev.-, r f me u 9 -' ' ,., ,uf wiv , L RM 4' ' H" 'x if ,+i 5+' , If 4, w""T+ 4+ 4 rt-+ if + 14-41+ 4- 4 ' 4 .,44,t 4' 1 ,inm- ...N N,-ul H4331 r . Mrs. Haseltine Williams Assistant to Librarian LIBRARY Mr. Samuel Richardson Librarian lgmgiin Mr. Milton Pierce Assistant Recruiter Rev. D. M. Grisham College Minister 5 , 1 ft 7 ' mann'-nz-new-ff:--r ' ,Hg , 2 3 Q-urn-5-an-ewan , Q ' l f, 'im - , It 1 1 1 5 in i,-..i'- ,, 1 '- rw- ,, , : :- i incl I- iwxll sn ii, f l i i ,A i' : 1 1 ! F. Mrs. Juanita Foin Counselor 5 ,gr-1' ' 4. Mr. Victor Knight Director of Housing I i 1 x r. V ' 1.551-IP . ,Cn is Lew! , sl it 'X it 1- it rg 1- ' Wk 2 If 1 1 . 4 "ff . is Birgit, Mrs. Marilyn Bowers Assistant Director of Housing Mrs. Catherine Dailey Assistant Director of Housing , V 4 t 11 -N ti! w r -iff, Vt t tiuggr -v qi I ,ii 9 .. ji ,tn V f ' Q it X ., Mrs. Juanita Reinhardt Mrs. Rowland pie,-Ce NUf5e Dormitory Assistant Mrs. Mary Brown English , V -I Mr. Lanny Bowers History Rfk - aIf','?:'f X Mrs. Alberta Cain Mathematics I.. 5 N wr ,. N wx i Mr. George Buckland Arf F Z Mrs. Annette Carter Music Mrs, Althia Canfy English F! . Zh- .49-" X ,A -1. - 1 fa. L . rj,-,l 5-A.. , -fry-1-Z: ..'i1x:1-.+,-FQLL., , ' 1-Q Mr. Sanford Cox Physical Education Ms. Vanessa Cole Speech I English ' - - 1' i A Mr. Julian Culvern Physical Science Mrs. Claudia Easterly Business r- X,, S... x, ,f LQ '+L rf? 4 -N!,h4-f""" Mr. Paul Fuller Social Science ,,.1' , .1 ,,4.n Mrs. Juanita Fain Psychology f X . lx I ' ,ll ffnllxl xi 4 'N , ,,a:'l ' ! tl' I' 30 Ms. Saundra Richardson Natural Science Assistant Mrs. Sonia Herbert Biological Science - .1 ' , Mrs. Janette Zyss Physical Education Mr. Jack Surrency English N ,, . 1 pf qw . X fi? Mr. George Easterly Biological Science lPart-Timej Mr. O'NeaI Caraway Economics lPart-'limej As one who is familiar with many colleges but not previously with Morristown, I have found this to be a unique college. Instead of trying to be all things to all men as so many small colleges seek to be, it has selected a mission in harmony with its traditional area of service and is helping to young people with special needs not met by other institu- tions. Dr. L. Vernon Caine I believe that the New Mission of Morristown College, as set forth in its Mission Statement, reflects a severe break with traditions of the past and shows a deep understanding of the present dilemma in higher education, and of the needs of persons destined to live in the world of the future. The basic purpose of the College, and its willing- ness to take persons from diverse backgrounds and of varying abilities and help them "develop into persons who are spiritually sound, emo- tionally secure, and intellectually able to function responsibly . . ." show a vision and a faith almost beyond comprehension. Mrs. Nannie F. McDaniel I consider Morristown CoIlege's New Mission to be the most excit- ing innovation in Christianhigher education I have observed. The con- ventional approach to curriculum cannot meet the deepest needs of the young people who come to this campus. Since the Church is in min- istry on the campus, it is concerned about the total person. As the director of public relations, I am seeking to tell the good news of the New Mission to young people who may be interested in studying here, to Christian stewards who desire to make wise invest- ment in Kingdom enterprises, and to the Church at large, whose child orristown College is. Dr. Clyde F. Watkins ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE UE SERVICES Dr. L. Vernon Caine Acting Director . Uk, M If, "wig A:-'IW . MN, , 11 r .:. 1- .ur - .I Alblqflgl I VI , 'I , -N 14 .. . IIN? f I. Iwi, ,A V 1' :rl , 54 Ms. Janice Moore Mrs' Linda scoff Secretory Secretary it., K, l7 at i,,...L,- 1.-., .....--.- ,..,.- .- ., - ,- S' Mr. James T. Northern Director of Student Financial Aid and Federal Relations Mrs. Margaret Anderson Assistant XX Mr. William Whiteside Willie Morgan and Fred Riley Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds and Maintains Staff Mrs. Lucille Whiteside Director of Canteen DI --rr 13 ,r Mrs. Ella Moe Riley - ki-. 'il -A eg a .. gg " 0' .Ui , . YT V J, I , , . lv-ll , 5. wg 4-MLW 35514,-:::3-,?Q.fggaE. ' NING HALL STAFF Mrs. Hazel Simpson Egg url' ,, - 5 N , r J V 1 . T, ll lsr ll .qu l Lf I. Mrs. Kclfhlene Aikins l .x. A r p A sh Mrs. Dorothy Jones Mrs. Sue Northern Mrs, Mqry B, Allen FACUL TYAND STAFF PREPARE FOR gif f. W, 1 STUDENTS lk., 4-3 --L 5 - f' Tv: ,...',:,.. .-- A :X 'Yr !-!, 'nj' ,... , 5, ,rj-V .nb xg ' v iu l .K rfln ' 1 ,' xA 5? 1 ,-- ,I ' ' ' ' - :N 'WFT T 3 T . ' , R J : fx 1. 5 ,'! 1 ," , ' f - W W B N '- V. ,, . ,1 ' 1 1 ' 1 v ' . T .- , , H I , . h, , , L W iff lf,- f T' . T Ui 39' Y Tff-Q ' ul rfvrfr- CLASSES I1-J' lvll D nr,--f ,-- - kiukgjwzng-..-. ,., ,M- ong, ,,,,., . ,.. . -V Q3 fs may -I: Fi' -5 :+A . w.. .., 2. -Q.. 1 1 -Wm .M 43...-2' 7:2311 , . - ..v. . -1. . ' ,......,-.f , . -.....-4. E A.-"""'7 ' . J V- .4 , , S 1 'r SOPHUMORES ,Y ..,. ,,,,-,. .....,,,.,fY7, REBECCA ALLEN Nickname - "Becky" Sagittarius Maior - Special Education Morristown, TN EDWARD L. AVANT Nickname - "Peter Cancer Maior - Education Memphis, TN MARY BAILEY Nickname - "Sugarbear" 'Q Aquarius A i Maior - Special Education Morristown, TN ,,-L Xl .? '- X A V" 'V 4 BABBY BARNHARDT . ' i Cancer , A b , h . Major-Business Administration Reidsville, NC ' -' V -1., it V QQ " NN'--. - ,N , 1 M3 , V ., 1315: r ,, 'MI' . 'F-' E5-11? J N i ' ' 4 -LQQQQI nm' Onofrf' ... ,... ..-. .J ,.-- s ' ' ' . , A ,. l A , A A ' 'Enljlv V95 ll 4. Q l' A+ r fair.. Na T? fl irish ", 7 rf, A ivpf l ilffi V 'if -3 f:4gra':a,f?12:3I1ll CAROL BOWERS GODFREY R. BETHEA Nickname - HC. B-,, Aries . . . . . Aquarius M ' - B Ad T T . . alor Usmess mmls ro lon Mayor - Elementary Educahon Bennettsville, SC Greenville, TN 1 1 LI MARILYN BRANNON Nickname - "M. B." Libra Maior - Business Ad. Lexington, KY RANDOLPH BROOKS Leo Maior - Business Administration Delray Beach, FL WILLIAM BUSH Nickname - "Block" Virgo Mcior - Art Delray Beach, FL JOHNNY CEASAR Aries Mclior - Theology New York, NY 1 I i ANTHONY CLARK Taurus Maior -- Theology Baltimore, MD 'Vi T 2 ry 1 YOLANDA DENISE COTNER Nickname - "Miss Morristown Libra Maior - Music and Voice Rockford, TN T up as v I 31 'I I F i3Q:l.l -I . TY T "..li5, . - A 'I MARILYN COX Libra Maior -- Social Science Morristown, TN OTTIS CRUDUP Nickname - "Dog Gemini Maior Delray Beach, FL GEORGE DUPGNT ll Nickname - "Governor" Gemini Maior - Ministry New York, NY X, . ,, ix GERALD ENSLEY Nickname - "Six-Six" Aquarius Maior - Physical Education Nashville, TN M. .U . is qi' Q4-'ky SHIRLEY GALES TERRY L. GLENN Nickname - "S. G." Nickname - "Duke" Capricorn Gemini Major - Child Care Major - Fashion Design Atlanta, GA Charleston, SC ERIC HARRIS Nickname - "Skirk" Cancer Maior - Business Administration Washington, DC - . U. WILLIAM CHARLES HEATH Nickname - "Prince Charles Pisces Maior - Physical Education Delray Beach, FL 4 v, 4' r un, pf V, in THOMAS C. HENDERSON Nickname - "Tee" Aries Moior - Pre-Engineering Washington, DC 50 ALEATHIA WADEANNA HULL Nickname - "Dee" Gemini Mcior - Business Ad. Middletown, OH V . ni' QQ. '. 'l 11,33 KARL K. JOHNSON Nickname - "Go-Go" Capricorn Maior - Special Education Columbus, GA JAMES T. JONES, JR. Nickname - "Jimmy" Aries Maior - Mass Communication Asheville, NC .fi -'F' LYNETTE A. KEITT Nickname - "Red" Aries Major - Journalism Coafesville, PA . ww' 1.54. X 1 DRAKE JEROME KING Nickname - "Babyhead" Libra Maior - Computer Programming Delray Beach, FL if E . ii? V 1 Vi '... ,r i 'ARAR A,f'f,.f' A ri W A SHERMAN L. LASTER Nickname Libra Moior Delray Beach, FL mx LANDO LITTLE Cancer Moior - Sociology Winston-Salem, NC Y ,, W. ,-14 EUGENE MANCE PAMELA McCOY Nickname - "Slim Dog" Nickname - "Pam" Pisces Capricorn Maior - Social Science Maior - Business Administration Shelby, NC Greensboro, NC DEBBIE MCKINNEY Nickname - "Miss Beasley" Taurus Maior - Criminology Kingsport, TN 'Sh li Ugg 'j H il" i , z W il "i i , i .J ir- T my -"nw is , " , 1- -wl,..1,Q,l T ,, 1 vril,-fra il 'JU f ,, in l Y .VV. T?-.-f i H ii ,V W , xiii'-r l 4. ..pI'Ei'll gl Milli f 'A fill "iw, T , 'fl rfaji, il., T , T Qi all iii l' ll Uqylif li ..'l!': W H l 'zeal' rflilmi. , T T T ac an Q 1 . -,LM .r,: M:3', 5,-I fgA lfl'lLii,lil fll.b'i1Q lime TEREAS LYNN NUNN Nickname - "Tisa" Virgo Maior - Physical Edu Alcoa, TN cation CATHY RAIFORD T Leo Maior - Laboratory Science Alcoa, TN AMBROSE LLRAE SCOTT II Nickname - "Barry White Virgo Maior - Music-Vocals Shelby, NC RUSSELL SHEARIN Nickname - "Dahu" Cancer Maior - Liberal Arts New York, NY PAMELA SMITH Nickname - "Ann" Cancer Maior - Sociology Middletown, OH i L I 5 VA T ' . n "Y 'xi L' g' . I 1 ix' I ' ". X, Q . . ,' 55 i'+7i'L" - ii . ,X 1, PATRICA SPURLOCK Nickname - "Trisha Pisces Maior - Psychology Charleston, WV 111 lg il, , ,. i 'Q iv. Hg. l- fx wi' we . 'P sl' l ' ll lla '. 4' - 1: Ji I i all nr- Wuxi WARREN STEPHENS il il Nickname - Big Red Sagittarius Maior - Liberal Arfs Paterson, NJ GABRIEL SWOPE Scorpio Moior - Theology New York, NY iLiberioj W i o DEBRA TAYLOR Sagittarius Maior - Special Educotion Boyton Beach, FL FRANK THOMAS Aquarius Maior - Business Tiiusville, FL R ng, hz 2: I . 9 .15 ' " Lf is ' Q V ' SAMUEL TOUCHSTONE Nickname - "Sam" Capricorn Maior - Architecture Newark, NJ ,J K WILLIAM TURNER Nickname - "Mike Spike" Aries Maior - Physical Education New York, NY fig, f ',- oif- ik , V: 1, i ' 'J 17. ,M Ich' "" 'IH-'54 v 8? , if -,J I .1 ff J- a ii-A .Q Eva' i, X, i 31' ' . r A .. ,.. fx JEFFREY WARREN Nickname - "Doc" Gemini Maior - Psychology Paterson, NJ I W V1 ' ii A :ATI Ns 4 .cg- 'VL HOPE ANTIONETTE WHEELER Leo Moior - Accounting Abington, VA i A I ALVIN WILKER Nickname - "AI" Virgo Mclior - Business Administration Flint, Ml ......,.,.. ,af F 1 nl gn N! SHERRYE YVONNE WRAY Nickname - "Bottoms Up Aries Maior - Pre-Med Washington, DC I toot - x J . '.1 .Y .wit , :fig it if ig Wi? 1 "tw .L it s Lily'-lm: AJ I ANTHONY WILSON Leo Major - Psychology Delray Beach, FL SHARON WITHROW Taurus Mclior - Journalism Shelby, NC Camera Shy Sophomores ' d R b' ,S 'h Ibrahim Ahme lowakim,M.Jones o In mit Tsegay Ainalem Paul, B' Mallard Jesse, Whitaker Elias, Neck Michael, Atkins James, Wilker Reswith, Nick Gene, T. Cornelius Nathaniel, Wyse James, Russell Ernestine, Foster Michele, Torrence C f' , D. J Cl d J k William' Russell 65 '. JFTQQ' e f ,- w, 1 f 1' FRESHMEN 1 . A4,2.,x iw' V F' SHELTON ACEY Taurus Newark, NJ KAREN ARMSTRONG Morristown TN CHERYL ALEXANDER Virgo Paterson, NJ 4 ' i i 'il iw- ' "Wc- .,11 iM1f251,:, , ' f DERRICK ADAMS Aquarius New York, NY RONNIE ARMSTRONG Taurus Morristown, TN THOMAS ARNER WMA BAKER Gemlnl Arles New York NY Cumberland VA LESTER BARNES Chicago IL JOYCE BAYLOR Gemlnl Tazewell VA FLOYD BRIDGES Shelby, NC 55,9 DEBRA BESS Vlrgo Mmgdlefown OH LINDA BERNARD Cancer Delray Beach FL ROBERT BENNETT Virgo Roanoke VA WILLIAM BOSTICK DARLENE BRAGG Harrisburg, PA Morristown, TN ' x A if L ' 1 Y 5 . . I ' 1 -1-1'--'TL JACQUELYN BRUTON Defroit MI ELLA BROWN Camden NJ . I Paterson NJ JOSEPH BUTLER J UANITA BROOKS Aquarius Morrisiown, TN ALAN BRYANT Aquarius Knoxville, TN Ll f GRAYLAND BURTON Newport -I-N Capricorn I ' ADDIE CARMICHAEL X MARTIN CATRON Flint Mi i i Detroit, MI JULIAN CARMICHAEL KATRINA CARMICHAEL Leo or r Gemini Titusville, FL Morristown, TN TAMI CARMICHAEL Leo Morristown, TN CHARMAINE CARTER Cancer Paterson, NJ EDITH CARRINGTON eo Delray Beach, FL GINA CARR Sagittarius Rockford, TN New York NY WANDA DEBANAM GENE CLARK Virgo Shelby, NC RICHARD CGLON Scorpio Brooklyn N CURTIS CLEMENTS Middletown OH .Jvv SHELIA CLARK Virgo Morrisfown, TN GLAMOS CORNELIUS Sagittarius Delray Beach FL -Leif: "Li -T ffl THERESA cusris cuao oAvis Gemini Scorpio Paterson NJ Morristown, TN WILLIAM EVANS MARKETTA DOCKERY TANSEN DOIS Cancer Gemini Newport, TN Truk, Micronesia QM Lexington KY LAWRENCE EDGERTON Gemini New York, NY DARNELL DUMAS JANET ELLIS Virgo Washington, DC .f . PETE EDGE Aries Detroit, MI NELSON ESTRELLA Aries Comden, NJ 'B Morristown TN WAYNE FAIRFAX WAYNE FAIN VALERIE FARMER Gemini Dayton OH JOHNNY GENTRY sheiby, Nc: VANESSA FARMER Gemini Dayton OH 4, Lan Q Detroit MI BEVERLY FENNER Paterson NJ MICHAEL GRIER KAREN MICHELLE GADSDEN Taurus Washington, DC CYNTHIA FRANCIS Virgo Baltimore, MD NORMAN GIDNEY Scorpio Shelby, NC A X X SHELIA M. GOODSON L ' 'E Aries ' E JERRY GILL Morristown -I-N LORENZA GLENN Aries Libra Shelby, NC JAMES HARRISON New York, NY Winston-Salem, NC TERESA GWINN Leo Paterson, NJ g fx me T .H A-'H CHARLES EDWARD HANCOCK Cancer DONNA HAIRSTON Cocoa, FL Cancer White Plains, NY CLINNON HARDEN Pisces Delray Beach, FL BENNIE HANCOCK Cancer Cocoa, FL PETRA HARPER Cancer Truk, Micronesia 80 A -ze . 'D RICHARD K. HARRIS Virgo New York, NY BENNIE HICKMAN JR. Sagittarius Delray Beach, FL 1 . CHARLES HAZELTON Gemini Camden, NJ TERRY HICKS BOBBY JEFFERIES Dover DE STEPHAN HILL JOYE HILL Leo Boynton Beach, FL East Orange NJ JANICE L. HOLMES DENISE HUDSON Aquarius Cancer New York, NY Columbus, GA ADRIENNE F. HOLMES JAMAL HUGHES Gemini New York NY EUNICER RENAY JACCBS Scorpio Columbus, GA GLORIA Y. HUGHLEY Virgo Columbus, GA Joi-IN JOHNSON KAREN KYLE Morristown, TN RITA D. JOHNSON Libra Columbus, GA LARRY JONES Aries Bronx, NY SHERMAN LASTER Delray Beach FL .X , ' I RODNEY JOHNSON Taurus Columbus, GA I J W 1 Paterson NJ TIMOTHY KEARNEY TK J ov A ' L 1 1 N' Q l 1 , 4 hgh iffflH.fL, . , 'F ' - - ' " fax, 'f ff' g g nfs g'i,,'4, 1, . 2: -- . .. f-- ' '21, "' 'P 'Li X .iff ' 5 .,-5' limi- ' . ' 0 ' 1 yu, '--'JJ' 'AY' 's I ' W l , M d 'IMF' I ,,, 1 .f 1-ff' " ' T. . ..-.. vu, T an , ., Jaw.. .---.avr '1':f" ' TERRY Y. KEELS Libra Washington, DC EDWIN MATTHEWS Knoxville, TN JARVIS LOCKHART Columbus, GA GLORIA KIRKLAND Gemini Delray Beach, FL MACK LEWIS Pisces Winston-Salem, NC 4 ., . . L . P 4 -fa , .,. 'rn ' .413 . Q 1 shelby NC RICHARD MCSWAIN TERRY MASON Scorpio Morristown. TN JERRY MASON Scorpio Morrisfown, TN PENNY L. MADDOX Virgo Shelby, NC AVILA L. MATTHEWS Libro Gastonia, NC JUDSON O'NEAL Flint MI MICHELLE MOODY Capricorn White Plains, NY LESLIE MIAH Virgo East Orange, NJ BERNARD B. MOORE Sagittarius Paterson, NJ fix cn id a pri' rf l 3 .wp 4. 5 5' Harrisburg PA EQ ., ve.- Z?-1'-kl,'r-,.f4g ls I A LAMONT MOSLEY X f 1 . by 7 ORANLMULLERII R 'ah V A Aries JAMES MOORE Bronx NY Aries ' Winnsboro, SC A fin: y.4-l V 1 Q3 .X il' ANDREA MCGEORGE REGINA PITTS Roanoke, VA Atlanta GA , I ALBERT NECH Truk Micronesia GAMAILLE L OWENS ELLA NEWBOLD Gemini MARY PORTER Morristown TN JAMES PARRISH Delray Beach, FL Cancer Washington, DC Aquarius Delray Beach, FL 'tx L .E ,Tulhms-ff 4 M 'LRG' '.':', h , ti. 1,5 . MICHAEL PAYSOUR Aries Kings Mounfoin, NC Paterson NJ RICHARD PINCKNEY EZEKIEL PERSON Columbus, GA Pcferson NJ LARRY PERRY GUY RITMAN Libro Plainfield NJ RENEE RUSSELL ALBERT H. PRICE II Cancer Paterson, NJ BRIAN PRESSLEY Aries New York, NY LOUIS POWELL Libra Bronx, NY BRENDA J. REEVES Cancer Savannah, GA ...ES 9' ,J ' '44, fb! 4 "5...f-,f , , ,pi H. DAVID RICKS Pisces Memphis, TN WALLACE SESSOMS RICHARD RUTH ERIC SHROPSHIRE RHONDA SATCHEL .4nf' DAVID SERIKAN Sagittarius Truk, Micronesia GREGORY STROUD ERIC SMAW CHARLES SIMPSON MICHAEL THOMAS EUNICE SMITH Scorpio Winston-Salem, NC WARREN L. STEPHENS Gemini Roanoke, VA CEQA? LINDA TOMILSON REGGIE TAYLOR Virgo Delray Beach, FL SARAH SWOPE Capricorn Liberia W Africa WILLIAM SWAIN Gemini Roanoke, VA BEVERLY TERRY Taurus Lexington, KY HERB WARD Pisces Ft. Myers, FL LAWRENCE WILKER Aries Flint, Ml ROSE L. WILFORK Capricorn Boynton Beach, FL '41 I , ' ik.. BRENDA WESLEY Libra Delray Beach, FL ANTHONY WARD Aries New York, NY HENRY WILLIAMS Cancer Tifusville, FL JOYCE WOODS Virgo Birmingham, AL VINCENT WILLIAMSON Cancer Winsion-Salem, NC Nix , .. 'X 1' ..:-1 ...Q nfinff SHELIA WILLIAMS Capricorn Camden, NJ RAJIM WRIGHT Gemini New York, NY ig Na SOP!-IOMORES CURT JONES Middletown, OH Aquarius GREG LAWTON East Orange, NJ Leo ROBIN SMITH Roanoke, VA Cancer WILLIAM RUSSELL Knoxville, TN Fig 11 -Q 1- -'A -' ..1 o MlS5 -MDRRISTGWNDCDLLEGE BAGEANT 1974211975 -1 Y: 55 7 a?i5W9lYF"' u Q V V ,ff I 1,1 , I , l H Q i?-.,, .gf : V aw ' .a'r' 'YA - 1... ,gi gy" , .5 -,. rv , A ' ,A B -- 1 3 M- 1, ' 6,7--:f:ti"-" -A-1 6 A' " - '-,, , -f " . , , .lw ."f'.',.-LX' ' C--.V'r,-"If .- '- ,fy -xiii , ' . S A ' "' 4".q 1 7-5" J- U' ' I: n I 41- S. .Mg-sf I4 ' si. Hg' ,Q M-we , f 1 1 2-41 .xg L'-L ,M COTNER 21:1 R x. V l V N l + i THE HOMECOMING COURT 1975-1976 MISS WILMA BAKER and MR. ROBIN SMITH ,..f-1 -,,,.1T -,111 4 : I ' Of fl gf 1 f fi: ' r T us' -V w Y- '. r,-' : K . fi.. ,. . 1 aicivi-, '. -. MISS MARILYN COX and MR. GEORGE DUPONT X v THE HOMECOMING COURT 1975-1976 MISS ODESSA WRIGHT MR. RON WRIGHT Q K!! I , I Q Q! MISS DEBORAH MCKINNEY MR. BENNY HANCOCK A eu- it i MISS HOMECOMINGAND HER COURT WHOSWIJOAMON sru NT NAMJC Ju on Q6 '-ACA MISS EVELYN R. GOODSON FINANCIAL AID DIRECTOR MR. MAX MCCARTER BUSINESS MANAGER 'Q xxx' I07 MR. CASIMIR ZYS5 BIOLOGY INSTRUCTOR -'I' -4, 4' ' . l M, 9 W, . ,.4g,.., I 1 xy 'kv mf MISS SANDRA VENABLE ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR VVELCQME BACK. MRS. CRAWFORD ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR I BOARD OF TRUSTEES M 1 O . C . . R ,, R O l L S L - UN A . ,,,,. Bishop L. Scott Allen Mrs. Rose C. Carson Dr. O. W. Crump Dr. Dewitt Dykes Dr. Marvin Frame Mr. James S. Franks Mr. James Gaddis Dr. Jay K. Helms Mr. Butler T. Henderso,n Dr. William James Dr. F. Heisse Johnson Dr. Carroll H. Long l -TS ii, f-73' '- "' ' Rf A l 1.5 1? ' . I-ri, , 94 .ll 'Q X " I .hp , .Qi N fir.:-J'-' ' , :. -4 f 'f ' .J if D' - 1 limllll: Jisll ff' LX get 5525 Rev. Paul Marchbanks Dr. David Mobberley Rev. James L. Moon Mr. Willie P. Osborne v 1 , "W f l Dr. F. Rossing Smith Dr. Sam N. Varnell Rev. Frank L. Williams Dr. Daniel W. Wynn BQARD QF TRUSTEES Rev. Harold W. Smith Mr. John D. Wallace Rev. Walter Willis I -x Mrs. Hebert Howe Dr. Charles Sayre ii. i wt : l P Bishop D. Frederick Wertz l' -1 Mr. Paul W. Wilson Dr. Fred E. Harris Bishop P. Taylor, Jr. Rev. James White Mr. Howard Westhaver Mr. Sammuel F. Yette CLUBS AND S TA TES STUDE TCHRISTIA MUVEME T Pres. Gabriel Swope, Vice Pres. Mike Paysour, Treas. Jimmy Jones, Sec. Rene Jacobs Qnoi picturedj, Chaplin David Ricks Advisor Rev. Grisham. in 'l' ' A , :G I U, VA X ,fwfr 9, I, it If 1. ,rm X. , V V . 1 if.. H., .f , Vi. 1- . A ' SWE" ' 5,3 j l E ex Yi 1 A . ,PC , X ' 'Q u JH Pres. Pamela McCoy, Vice Pres. Marilyn Brannon, Sec. Kairina Carmicheal, Treus. Bobby Barnhardf, Business Mgr. Eric Harris Knot picturedj. - Bw C A 'N -Lrf' , if 'r,. V - in 'I4 fiT"f1-I' f , ' T' , . 4 , . A! ,Q r , -1. 3 -4 -N w '-' CHARLES HEATH Knot picturedj .Q--1, - Ir, 4' - " ' L P H ,, .,-c ,, v44"'a ps . .., L, r - 1 .a.,. , ai., . E. I . . -an Ix- '.,' X 'Mn .1 'N 'R PLEDGES -- .ana - .- 5!-ig s. L.- Qi' , :. - 'W ',,l . an f ' 'f :U A L, A 41 '- U , . . '2?""'Q7 3-71,9 '1 An ., A fa'-'vivwillz R I A A , 'Xi' --, r A, Q? ' icuii.. ' -A . . Gr' ' y' UE'5gi5F.if.R 2 ' . ' -gy . I gr: . 'f ff'r2M1, ' E 'Y '1-Af., .. - -A x -2. - . . -- ,.,., V --.f.,x7y K ' N X 'J , fem- wc- ms-mea iw 0 F.. 'il .1 'e 'F -6- Q ? W ,Q Q, ,, , 'n " . X, 2' ' 9 Y :I -R ., af, 3, 4 5, W, ME v. m , x f .-lx rx, f M 115 , B I ! PLEDGES BRAHMEN V , , Y. ,Z PLEDGES H8 GROOV PHI GROOVE r .CL -.1 1 r . ,X -,Y X, v n A 1:f-A-uf: A '1 ffl- 'HAEVA'-47'i85L. , 4 ,N hu. nv- -,ring-4. Q, 'FTW ' Z '1",'.+"1,. ' Alma-25, f,.,,: : ,.,K,',g,w:'f un.. 'A-.Q 'A' n IL 'Q , U . - 1, '.1.vgjLf .za ' - -. ..".'-'-- ' 'Q-Lf, 11-f:1,,:.1f 1546-Fff"kji z.'4'?fe1 3:31. 'lg V-'L U ffm,-, rw . ,. Q. . 5 .1-f ,fi r- ,mn ' F' 2' 11. , .-- f14?f?gf,5i' L 5541? ' L -J if , -QM, Nm x .n er!! diff' L A 1 agp i AJ X A " N9 T' 1. ann., .-X gr, .. Qu. I-' 12 QV! Q12 .... 'llv X' NH -Nl :-' Qu: 4 all PHI Tl-IETA KA PP Pres. George Duponl lnol' piciuredl, Vice Pres. Gabriel Swope, Sec. Deborah Taylor lnof picturedl, Treas. Pam McCoy. lnot piciuredl Rev. D. M. Grisham, Rev. Henry Horton, Rev. Paul Marchbanks, Rev. Frank Houston, Mr. Willie Osborne, Mrs. Charlsie McNair, Mr. Paul Fuller, Mr. Samuel Richardson, Mrs. Anneife Carter, Mr. Alvin Wilker, Miss Cleo Davis, Miss Joyce Baylor. lpicturedl Mr. Micheal Paysour, Miss Pamela McCoy, Mr. George Dupont CUMM I TTEE OF ll9 KARA TE CL UB 0 Presidenf LlraeSco11 Vice President Alvin Wilker Secretary Shelio Clark Treasurer Brenda Reeves Sergeant at Arms Samuel Touchstone Reporrer George Duponf and Deborah McKinney M A A N D GEORGIA FLQRIDA OHIO and KENTUCKY C H A .0- -Q 4 NEW YORK NEVVJERSEY D- w-7 M A R Y L A N D AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1 V I R G T I E Nl X A AND WEST VIRGINIA Kg. ' "Mission Statement" ln the "Mission Statement" we find the following expression: "The College is committed to the Christian faith and ministry. lt is open and honest about this commitment and encourages each person to participate fully in the religious life of the community." Often there is a great relief in being able to put into words the quality or the very expression of need and suffering. To suffer in dumb silence, to be able to find no words capable of voicing what is being expe- rienced, seems degrading to the self because it pushes the individual back into a vast feeling continuum from which he has emerged into a personality, self-conscious and self-aware. Man was a feeling creature long before he was a thinking creature. The mind is younger than the body and younger than the emotions. When we are able to be articulate it means that detachment from immediate experience, however great, has been achieved. A context of obiectivity has been established, from within which the individual is able to look on his experience and name it. This seems to characterize the divine act always. When the individual is thus able to voice his profoundest feelings, he sees himself quite unconsciously presenting God with a com- pulsion on his behalf. There is added challenge in the words if they name what is happening. The idea that God is responsible for ills in life is a great safety valve for the spirit of man. And yet it is much more. lt springs out of a deeper insight, at long last there must be no distinction between the God of life and the God of religion. All events in life take place somehow within the divine context. The tendency to fix responsibilty is inescapable. lf the responsibility for ills can be pinned down, then the possibility of attacking and uprooting them is real. This possibility is grounded in the profound confidence that a struc- ture of moral integrity bottoms all of life, that such a structure is basic in the totality of all experience. Things do not merely happen, they are part of some kind of rationale. If the rationale can be tracked down and understood, then the living experience, however terrible, makes sense. Yet even when that is not possi- ble, one cannot down the confidence that the logic of all ills is knowable. A man traces them as far as he can, until at last he seeks no longer to understand the ills but rather to understand God's understanding. Lacking this, he rests himself in the assurance of God's presence and sovereignty in him and in life about him. He sees the travail of his own soul and is satisfied. The orderly process seems to be ever at the mercy of the disorderly. Weeds do not have to be cultivated, but vegetables must be. 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Y w Ti? v V ' -.- J - pw 1 , , f . .. .iwiidgjg , 1,- 1 ' ,I ,gx I' , gf -if K 1+ -,,-: ' -w,5.q ,w W "A Vx 11. 1. 7' w -1 'E Y V w six , 1 + EARTHQUAKE VV!-I0 IS THE BESTSPEAKER OR WHOIS Tl-IE BEST LOOKING F-A DORMITORY LIVING s- ..--- a MN-I V. . n--xg ,,.-.-. 5...-.. -4-- v 1 Q -!.n NWN., Mm 'nua- ' Q , u W - - fbi- .ff " ' 1 ' A.: V, ' F91 " nil H Qffi'-125 ' .L 11: C213--I - A A , V' gl 1 I 1 NA ,X , ,,.,,,.gA'-wflv ,: , . ,f . -,L-' fl -' QV, ,., ,,.,, ,U gl-ef ' e. A we -lg jeN5,.f f. PEACE X--s. - if: -pd- --' xx. f.. ?. 'I46 ,Ji N45 . , ' , '- w ,.w1m.3.' V 1 g.':'I1,'J.I:...f J.-W ff: jx. j-53' f-by gl W -' Iff, '1"'. ' np, M - N H, , ,M , N ,f SNOW? .,.,-u, 1 1 , ,,, V. .,, , 4-,-my ,-,rv-, 1,.,+ , -- KV' Jh,Q::gl:N iv- 4 W ,U wa ' ' :W - E .,4 ,.r ,v STUDENTS BUSY WORKING Ig,,V ,,.4,, 7 4 RED KNIGHT STAFF WORKING --. if al A1 sjl 1 '.".- , ,nis- 1' E31 , if EDITORS GOOFING OFF ' STAFF POSING ADWSOR M R. B U CK LA N D We have come to the final point desired by most who undertake such a task. We the Editors as well as all the staff members sincerely hope that this year's yearbook will be of intellectual and visual satisfaction to those leafing through its pages. Again, we have been proud to serve you. Special thanks goes to our advisor, Mr. Buckland, for all the long hours of work. We could not have finished without him. Your Annual Editors, W H- fsfrfisp George Dupont Pamela McCoy E-7 it It Ii' l if 151 w-. Y n Q? N l I 3 1 I 1 A Q r -Zh- u W ' Qsflf I s i i l 1 1 T l ft" 'J I K Fr!! -Fly 5 0' r wh 5 I 1 r 1 J - 1 A ? .nv 9.-L1 f v-q""'a-5 -ff..- -. .MQ lf....,-.-. -a:...p..-, fr .-...-........,..h..,.............,....,.-.. , . ,- - ' : .arf - 4 -.-.Wu-I-.fa .r -- .,. 'L L ,,,,. ,,,., . -N M, .mvq , j -gf--'-A-., , ,, .4-fn,-,,,.,,.. Y, ,I 'Haw 4 Y . , . . .. A H,,Jq. ., q5..,,I.,r.3:, ,9.r:,.x,.. ,N .Kiran ,,.u,,.. 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