Mount Olive College - Olive Leaves Yearbook (Mount Olive, NC)

 - Class of 1987

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4- . -N4 rw.. ' " 01.1. 1. -1 11 ..'ml:f..yqyv i"9 i I SPI ,. ,-..::,1:1':, W af Quiz v-:Ju 4 Nl DEDICATIO S A yin. n dedication to a master teacher. Mount Olive College is a better place to learn, live and work because of an extraordinary woman who has given her stu- dents andthe college her best. Her greatest contribution has been made in the lives of thousands of people. She has been the role model for the ideal as an educator, a leader and a Christian. The warmth and beauty of campus buildings can be directly attributed to the hundreds of plants that she and her botany students have nurtured. She served as a member of the origi- nal campus beautification committee, contributing her knowledge throughout the years. The Mount Olive College campus has been made more beautiful both inside and out- side because of her presence. This fine educator joined the faculty of Mount Olive College thirty years ago as a member of the Science Department. During those years she has helped develop the modern sci- ence laboratory that is in use today. Award-winning yearbooks were produced under her expert guidance. She has been honored as the "dean" of advisors for twenty years of service to the Baptist Student Union. Un- der her leadership the Henderson Science Club has received statewide recognition through its association with the Colle- giate Academy ofthe North Carolina Academy of Sciences. Neither by litany of praise nor by scientific formula can one adequately describe her countless contributions. With a great deal of gratitude and love, the 1986-87 Mount Olive College yearbook staff dedicates this yearbook to Mrs. Lorelle F. Martin, a master teacher. l Lu u 1 ig .U at 1 l ! 'Y lntroducuon September 17 1931 September 77 1957 September 17 1943 August 7 1934 September 9 19 N Xotember 6 1958 Decemberl 1960 September 77 196: August 1968 September 1970 August 3 1974 September 12 1979 Januarv 7, 1984 August 28 1984 August 28, 1985 'Vlay 10 1986 December 9 1986 Free NN xll Bapust State Conventron authorlzed the estabxshment ofa Junlor college Charter was xssued by the State of Worth Carolma on Not ember Niount Allen .Iunxor College opened at Black Mountam North Carolxna mth SIX students State Cont enuon authortzed re1ocat1on of college to the town of Mount Ol X College opened 1n Vlount Olxve mth 22 students State Contentxon authonzed name to be changed to 'viount Olne College State accrednauon attamed Full accredxtatlon of two year program granted bs the Southern ASSOCIB uon of Colleges and Schools Henderson Buxldtng and V1 omen s Dormrtory Complex occupled Moye Llbrarx completed Grantham Hall completed Rodgers Chapel dedlcated State Cont entlon authonzed four year program Grand open1ng of College Hall First Junxor Class enrolled Fnrst Semor Class enrolled Ftrst baccalaureate degrees conferred Accredxtatxon granted as a Baccalaureate Degree grantmg mstxtutzon HH. . w .fwgses 's.vs-s- v- -1. v I- B s 1 2 II ree? ' .fig :ES 'Q-E li 1 Z6 ?i5 APL 5:3 Ffff: XJ 71' 1 - Y' ' ' A I ' ' . ,' Q . Y . v Y ,PL .. ' A - 27. Tl , -... .. ' 1 . . l , 1- I i'e. ' , ... - ' ' 1 I 1' . I , . , . JA . . . . l ,a - , - . ,' . .rt . V . . . T igsmgsefz 1' ' n ' , -.-lf 4. X Above: "The gang is all here!" Wendell Scott, Gloria Richardson, Vonder Scott, Vera Thornton and Kim Jones anxiously await the next question in Trivial Pur- suit. vxifa L Q X' Hmm is Ylnltm Am Lu: u :nu WUI'-All , ' num . Q O 1 fs' t. '. C1 Above: Penny Morris and Cecil Ard enjoy a brief chat. Top Left: Awai- ting the challenges of a new step in life, Traci Riggs looks forward to her freshman year. Right: Fun at Eagles Nest, Fall 1986 - Amy Carter learns a valuable lesson in trusting others. Introduction 3 Ffrxw .M , Y A , gy 'il . ,tfri --I ni ,Tv-I. ,. ,., -4-. .G I -- be ,H v 'zz l'l x At, f. v-1 . 'r . . they come in una ware of what lies ahead, but just like warriors off to battle theincom- ing freshmen prepare to battle the questions of tomorrow... not sure if they are right or wrong but going only on instinct and things that have been previously instilled by those ofgreater authoritymand when all is said and done they bear the title ofAN UPPER- CLASSMANV' Z CE it an 1:9 Qu: Top .md NI1ddlcI,cIt Ircshnun, kelly ' W Comer .md Todd McR.lmc5 cxpcrmnuc Esglcs Nest Bottom I,cfI Churlx NN lute Top CONSTRUCTING SOMETHING DIFFERENT, Lee Jones and Deana Jernigan prepare for rowdy leaps for joy at his arrlwgtl .tl Ingles freshmen Above Happy Survuvors of Eagles Nest pose for a pretty picture Nest n , Q" P 1.5 "dui: 1 . 1 , '- Q 1 ,H . f' :WA I I In - 1' Qsvqwggg.-fqmtgvggqn nczffqf-rq1gglm.ln'-4-. -c 1 'Q ,J A 1' Q 1 w ', , In :Q Studenl Llfe 5 I Q l. P, '17 A- , - 5 , , - f , -. 1 x4 -' ra' C"- ,-, 7 .Vi nf ' E .f x efli-M-: ri j, E-riiqf p nf ' ' X TROJANS CAPT RE PICKLE CLASSIC By Brian Dunn MOC Sports Information Mount Ollve Trlbune 17716786 Martm Bellamy's two free throws w1th 30 seconds left rn overtlme 1ced Mount Ollve College's 84 80 vlctory over Coker College g1v1ng the Tro jans the 1986 Plckle Classlc trtle at College Hall W1th the score t1ed at 80 80 John Slmmers put Mount Ol IVC up for good wlth a short jumper at the 1 75 mark of the overtrme pe r1o A controverslal basket by the Cob ra s Dennls Woolfolk sent the game IDIO overt1me Wrth nothrng left on the clock and the horn soundmg Woolfolk s des peratron shot fell through knottrng the score at 77 72 The Trojans raced out to a 76 77 lead IH the extra f1VC minute perlod Xb R gh! POWFRPLAY TIME Sl N lll'l b RglfOlNf.uFORlTXll 'VI 1Ol I N d 'WX de on baskets by Alan Carroll and Martin Bellamy. Coker t1ed the score at 78 78 w1th 7 7l left on the clock when all tour nament player Russell Manley scored on a layup For the game, Manley poured ln 74 po1nts as the Cobras kept the game close Bellamy gave the Trojans back the lead at 80 78 w1th a parr of free throws Martln Bellamy who scored 56 pornts ln both games of the tour nament was named most valuable player for the 2lst Plckle Classlc I-lalftlme act1v1t1es durlng the Clas src saw Kay McNe1l crowned as Pickle Classlc Queen Her escort for the evenlng was Cralg Odom Other members of the court lncluded run ner up Wanda Jones w1th her es cort T1m M1lls ft in fa - 5 - z..- - . ' ' , - , . 1 . , . . 5 ' . , . f ove i ', 1 ' an la ews moves ID the basket agalnst the Coker Co ras' defense - I' fs " 'i """" " I ' l , H3 Q n . . , ' vi . X L .1 r' - A S ' X' . J , 3 qx Q Y I, 1 , , r'h.j ,"' f.,..oun we 'P 'my' Hlreerleaders and S unlmen .await the arrival 1 f- ufx j X or the flOC Trojans for the opening round of I ' 'r , the WM Pickle Classlc Tournament Teams Included 'Nlewporl News, Coker. Mars Hull, U I an ' ' r . 1 I er Stu nl Lrfc - ""3'j'K':r-v--H'-L---1'vr1 - - ' aww-an qui-'www-'vfw-e'0vv1f'ral'1""""1Ml JB F1KlliUlH' Q. mx -1- I .,. JE ' x . 751 :JK ,IP 7: ...af 3 ,f-Tiff. Lm AA -M -N -ij' ll x I Aboxe: Taking it way back. SGA President Freddie Pierce re-creates the Christmas Shuflle, Below: Randy Hall. Angie Gurley. Norman karsev- ar. and Sarah Walker watch the 3CllOl"l on the dance floor. f ' 1 capita the abxcncc olimmt and colder weather. the Stu- dcnt Ci-itcrnmcnt Mx-,iciation sponsored its annual Christ- maa D.in-qc at thc Ciuldxbtiru Country Club in December. The X Ol TQXG li, BROTHERS ulcclrilicd thc crrmd for SCXCl'fll 7, ur v.hi5: ,iur pli-,vtiiigr.:piicrN uuught .1 glimpw til' thc CVC- :ffzg N tzctizitzo 1 - vi fmt I , ii i ,, . , , -. VY..-q.. . :wi-4..'......:v-.:.-.,..--. wr:-,-2 - l ll 5131 ll -as .vvew "N ,,,.. Above: The VOLTAGE BROTHERS entertain from a collectio f n 0 hits rang- ing from To 40 p to Rhythm and Blues. Top Right: Lead vocalist of the VOLT- AGE BROTHERS brings the audience to its feet. Middle: Friends taking a break, Phil Brown and Stan Matthews catch up on the night's events. Bottom Right: Dancing the night a way, Tim Jer- nigan Pam Rou ht , g on, Todd Boykin and Michele Brown keep the energy high. Student Life 9 Above: Full of energy and excitement. Deana Jernigan re- ceives the crown from former Miss MOC. Ellen Sandlin, Bottom Right' A Royal Transition: members of the neu MOC Court, Oneida Stone and reigning Miss MOC Deana Jernigan pose with the "Tack" from radio station WRAL, former Miss MOC Ellen Sandlin and Regina Henderson. lO Student Life oil LX' s .4 Above: Flashing that winning smile, Deana Jernigan takes her first official walk as newly crowned Miss Mount Olive College for 1986-87. Congratulations! 1 Eg. s. --H: - -. Y . -.-,-A--.men-1.r-..1n,v..... -:.:4...-,,. 1 - '- "'i"'iI5-"l'li'l'7'!'W'1"'!',l www I-mv F 4 if at tl Above: l986-87 Miss Mount Olive College, Deana Lynn Jer- nigan As the reign of 1986-87 Miss Mount Olive College, Deana Lynn Jernigan, came to comple- tion, she recorded her thoughts of the past year in the following speech: "Tonight, as I stand before you, I have mixed emotions. It is not easy to say good-bye to people whom I've come to know in such a special way. Over the past year, Mount Olive College has taught me to wear my crown with honor and loveg but, most of all with dignity for who I am as well as those I represent. Therefore, I leave Mount Olive College not with disappointment, but with memories and experience that will last a lifetime. As I leave, I could not go without thanking those who have especially influenced my life: To my Heavenly Father, I thank Him for His mercy, grace and patience with me during this reign and throughout my life, as well. He has gran- ted me strength to carry on even when I didn't think l could. I know His love will never cease. To my family: Words cannot express my thoughts at this moment. Your love and love throughout my life could never be repaid." MISS MOC "...with memories that will last a lifetime. . . 'i L -.N -. 1 12 Student Life 'ylOl'NT OLIYF CULLFGI- 'Xlounl Ollie North Carolina February 9-ltv. 10247 Monday, February 9 tiirls Basketball NIOL vs Greens- boro Dance spon- sored by SGA in Stu- dent Center Tucs- dai, Fcbruarx ltl REQIQIRFD CHA- PFL- Musical Pm- gram by .lack A2 ,lulia Bircher Science Lec- ture, 'Genetics und Human Affairs " Dr Mclxcnlic of NCSU Wcdncyday, February ll LAST DAY TO DROP A COURSE FWB Fel- lowship meets in Rodgers Chapel SGA Meeting in Calieteria Thurs- day, February I2 Sweetheart Dance. Mount Olive Armory 5-1 Oth - 100 Pick up tickets in Student Center Honors Meeting with Mrs Patten in auditorium Gospel Choir meets in chapel Film in Hart Lounge- i'Human Relation- ships" Friday, Feb- ruary' 13 Menk Bais- kctball MOC' vs Ca- tawba Womens Basketball MOC vs Lenoir Rhyne - Both Away Saturday, February' I-1 Year- book meeting in Ru-im 107 at I2 00 Sunday, February I9 Chapel Services at ll'U0 Everyone invited -ua MQ Xi WHATS IN A WEEK . hr, N, , Wh, l ,WW .1 1987 SWEETHEART DANCE f Miss Katrina Boyd. chosen by the student body as the 1986-87 Sweetheart Queen, was crowned at the dance on Thursday. February 12, 1987 in the Mount Olive National Guard Armory. Music was provided by radio station WDLX, Rock 93. Above: The newly crowned Sweet- heart Queen, Katrina Boyd, and her escort Ellis Baker smile with joy at the special moment, Left: Honest, sometimes even preparation cannot stop the drama of " The Unanswer- ed Question!" 1rr-ti1-:vcr-twrvf-Tr'!'L'ur tuwamfwvnw, t-I... gi , wr-Y RHflfdLl2i':llSIit'E51TB3t1?FLZ5HcT.hF T - T P TTI G IT ALL TOGETHER Above Pterre Freddne Pneree presents a portratt of Coach Al Warrlck Above Dwam Van Vactor and Fred ISTAN Puttmg lt all together ns the llrst job for Student Assts tants who place a whole year ln per spectxve for mcomtng stu dents Ulu mately the outcome ts humorous but enltghtenmg And funr' FUN' The en ure orlenta tton IS fllled wrth enter tamment Left To the delight ofthe crowd SGA Presldent Fred dte Pterce speaks brtefly to the Press at Eagles Nest due Pterce entertain the audlence wlth a fantastlc hunung sktt Above Terr: lxornegay smgs to Jeff Gamey at Freshmen Orlentatton 1986 g,-2 Above Jon Collier and Janet Spann share the AC ttvltles ofthe Henderson Sueme Club wllh the au dlence x ' rf . if t ' . ' ,Rf 1 . 5 1' - , A fif- Vf . . , . . te. ...4 T ' an 'ru ' lr. .mf , s , F, 1 X .. ff X , V Y. ..-.....T3-7-F.-. ., --A - ,lA , , 4 -LL ,il 47' CONSTRUCTI -l'l vu. . SX XX 'XV I X s -N Top CONSTRLCTING NFVN FRIENDSHIP54N1el1mig ,loyner..le11- mfcr Turmge. Darlene Benhgse and Ling Vlzreadi- Qmrr: wme..1L.gh1cr a1Or:cnu::cn R.ght Lirdli Dmrnm mkex Q quxk brmk frcm 9116211.3- 11071 4c1:'.1:5 rug adzmre the falls 4: Elgin Nei: 'Xbw-e Sandra Arm- 'A Ream: LQ.. and Rebecca ,lqhrisgn :UTI inc year C27 iogeiher is :mend- J bu.d:n1l.1a -.+...n. i I i n i r W 1 i 1 I I 1 I L. ETHI G DIFFERE T CONSTRUCTING SOMETHING DIFFERENT at Mount Ol- ive CollegefOur combination of God and education along with our friendly campus provides an ample atmosphere for learning. The campus reflects an environment filled with warmth and un- derstanding that is welcomed by the students that dwell therein. The students at Mount Olive College represent a "melting pot" of American and international cultures. As individual students min- gle together. we learn from one another. These lessons are not al- ways learned in the classroom but in personal relationships with each other. This blend of God. education, and individuality is the "something different" that Mount Olive College tries to instill in each person. flu-.,.inx.p 4"' Above: Looking on with disbelief, Michele Brown and Betty Goodwin cannot believe their eyes. Top Left: Cassandra Jones with that winning smile. Middle Left: Carrying on casual conversation. Penny Swinson, Tammy Winstead. and Alan Love talk about the day's events. Left: Ann Whilted plays peek-a-boo with the camera! Student Life I5 Tx 'l,. 1 v-:nm - lh Student l Ile A TRIBUTE TO THE CLASS OF 1987 ' " One ofthe most exciting things in accomplishing goals is when you realize that your goal has been reached. To the graduating class ol' I987 the diploma is only the start of attainable goals that life has to offer. The rewards of life can be obtained by using the same determination and drive you put forth in earning your diploma. However, where much is gained, much will be required. Life is full ol' open opportunities for you and your goals, so dream big and drive hard. You can do anything you set your mind to do. Go give your BEST! ,DLL Q T7 Above: Angie Coats enjoys graduate status. . Above' MOC V987 graduates listen as speaker Nido Qubein explains that "Only T' 'Y in Anieriea can your dreams some true." I ell .Iacuuelyn Pickett .ind liulure graduate. 3 , ,--is -sq -.4-mfr-..ys ivE T C QCA 1986 . 5RNME f' '- t . A 1986-87 President: Freddie Pierce Frankie Baggett 1986-87 Secretary: Melissa Finch ill 1986-87 Treasurer: John Blackwell, Jr. 1986-87 Vice President: te" Above: 1986-87 Student Body President Freddie Pierce congratulates Paul Rigsby on a fantastic job. Paul Rigsby created the new SGA seal which will be used with all official SGA material. The Student Government Association of Mount Olive College works to promote a close relationship between students, faculty and staff. It has considerable responsibility for the quality and content of student life and serves as an advisory group for the area of Student Affairs. The students vote each year for candi- dates that will work for the benefit of the entire student body. Holding an office in this body is a demanding job for each stu- dent representative. The SGA plans numerous campus activities throughout the year including Field Day, movies, dances, and talent shows. n Organizations l7 xx 1 V 'fi ilgeswo, no-iss RESIDENCE LIFE Dorm hte on zhe enmpux 15 aluaxb lull ol xurprlxex The men Neem to Nxax ealm and eolleeled rn Lhe hall: ol Grantham The leidrm .are meer and 5CI15lllXCll'l the Hnlls Homer er otlen tlmex peaee and quret e.1nno1 be found at enher plaee Rlshl Phxl Broun .lon Colller and blan Nia! zhevu G1rl5 Car: or Ualberrx Take xour prel. LllIl'llN15 A true dax m Rwm l Gran lham H ll E..-1 if-' -'xboue .lunlor Robert Bass hm bellled ln for another berloux Qludx seulon Rlghl Xlounz dax at HOC ' 1 -Q ff s -, 30. New addmonb to the eampub of Nlounl Olne College are the aparlmentb Theme ofler some lndependenee tor the upperelagbmen lx S1UdEl'llLlli. X -Xboxe Xpartmenl rendenls greet eaLh other before Ieaung for clacses -gg--ov.-.-.ov 2-n ..-..,-:-vo- EEE ,eq oo.o ,T .oo. -EEE ego 41 g ll 5 E C, ,ix -L L V , p , A , b , .N , A ' I Y N, ,.i X , Y -- . I 1. lf ' V . boundaries of East. Hart, and Griffin Y 3, 5 L -Y ,I V T . - E E. 5 4 Ab gh- A ':Z3' - ,,L A l 4 l N 4 G - V.,4 :K H A ,j :Jw .. r' . ' A 1' 'l - . 1. " - - C ' ..1,- 0- . f ' , -Hff,'.':"'1"1. - . ' j ' 1 l I ' El f " ' - asm:-ll I i 'I ,lf -sl' I1 ,...,,I,f Above: Commuter Eleanor Kominsky prepares to leave MOC after a day of classes. Q . 'St Above: Students in front ofthe apartments show life on campus is full of laughs and jokes. COMMUTER A lesson is taught at Mount Olive College by the commu- ters. These individuals travel daily to the campus to lur- ther their education. lt takes L1 strong desire and u lot of willpower. Thanks Commuters, for the inspiration? wif' EO X n Jw , .P Above: Commuter Roseann Bronston enjoys a quick lunch in the student lounge. Student Life l9 ' -v-f-, V L ,.' M1 iii -W i -ll " 1: 17 M , 'L .Lf , . Q 3-, K, I vi. nz fur ' ik. Gs-5 if tin V . - TQ A- 5? l I :rf fi 'ti 1, . - li lair, '.t it li if ffl, 'il itil ,v ll til? 3 'ui fi" N Ill . 'I iii l will A, i au, l gl .Ft in l ' ul 11,5 ' 'i, .,i. ir, ,. ,, i .. ,. l H E .1 ,. u Mi. fu --t , I' A' 532 53 'iff i fl , . , A . EJ iff'- v s. i ' t 1 of 35 :hmm--1 ..i.,.. .. .4 .i FWBF Right lree Will Baptist lelloushlp Officers li-atom lull to right .lennxfer Turnage - Histo, l'l.ll'I. l Illl.l.l Broun - Publicity, Rhonda Flou- ers Y President, Shea Bankston - Pllbllfllj Top iXm.tnda fiarris - Pianist, 'Nliriam Pres! eott - Pianist, Lori Flks - Vice President, Patty l-ulghum - Secretary, Donna Bowen - Music Leader The three religious fellowship organizations on campus are the Free Will Baptist Fellowship, Theological Students Fellowship, and Baptist Stu- dent Union, These organizations foster spiritual development, and the members take an active part in activities on campus. Building by faith, these organizations always have an open door to the student body. Ill Student I ite .1.-..0.,.:f1..-.M tw'-111-+mpm,mv.ntn-agngauzmgshnf i V' ' 'li ri? "Nl lv' ' V 'h"'ll5l ' -., Left: Free Will Baptist Fellowship on the move to Camp Vandemere, Below: Baptist Student Union members Tanya Newson, Regina Henderson, .lim- my Dail, Darlene Benhase and Donna Bowen enjoy a recreational outing, XXNT 'FWPHVY' 'tt " ' " " " ' ' ' ' ' ...-.......-....--...-.....--..a-,V--W --... ,. .. ., ...-.V ....,. . . 1 TSF Rlehl Slnpprng mln lhg tulun. unlh :strung bnkgruurmd nn FLIIEIUUN xlud Jr X1Lh1LlPgI1 s lll IN N X mf, ku 1 7 olfngrs ot lhg Thwloglul Nludgnls hllmuhnp mln xbrn mr krnmlgdgu xnd undgrsl mdmg ot thy Buble. A BUILDINGM' FAITH 'Sir-W' 'X aa 'WC' I mwye fl I Above Trudy Mrs Lorelle Marlm 5 dog Lnlermlns Bapml Stu dent Unlon memberQ at L1 pariy nn Mrs Mdrun s home L' .: 2Jii8k'i?Ylmn.AMd1"" " - 1 Abovg MJUFICE Goodall kulh Davns .1nd lon Ard m1.mbLrs ol Ihr Thcologncal Students hllowshxp lake A bruk during l'LglNlflllUH lu dlwuxs upwmlng daswu u gnl l :IL "L V , 1 G6- :FV -fe , 'if . ri. -S, H lcitl xx I' 1' ' ,.1l lclxl. lend, lRg b-x, .Inc .- rd.. 1 "ll lLlVIx. V ,rg 'qi , . K: -Q ., . r L1 .L . . ,, . Ib' q ', VI' 'LA sr. ' - 5 1 1 N ' I r 15' I-T f ' fig , . 453- r 7 ',P.'JAx . 15 V, , LJ! jiri -. fn .. ' ' .. , . X X ,pr . ' K . " V '1x 1 34,1 - 1" v -VW7' '. " , Y W r . + r ,vw r , - ""f.4-"'-T15 V-bf ' f, . .r 'gk 1, 'Wh' ' ? ' ' 23 ' iff' Y' H f, fr .- .qw ,r -sf-. A, ' 'j T' " K- , -. ," . 1 '. .. - ,,,. i ,r - 7 1 4. ii! i ,I II rv' , V vil- - 'Z 'f 'xiii . . sq. 1 J 4 ' , I, - - "HP 'vu f' r - r f 1 K r 1 V 4 - l Ur? ' . - If-. , . t' 4- X N 4, V 1 Q' I I -41' ng" . ' f -' VJ' . xt. l 1 ..- . l YL Y D ' "7 ' :rf 1' , l rr ' ' 2, ' 1 I N , ,' Burg. -,in I vx -A I, 1159 r H11 V., i . ' t L- ' . , ' ' , . ,R , L ' . ,. ,, ,. U31 5 . ' v , ' 'J v ..E: Sl d- , '- Il W 'V .gb -- - 1.-ii, fr..--Lf .44 1 :ef-2 'awffiws-zzlnmy-419-Q-1 CGNCERT CHOIR The Concert Choir of Nlount Olive College is .1 splendid gr---up of singers under the direc- tion of Nlrs. Carolyn Knox, During the year. the choir rnenibers not only earn credit to- yiurd their graduation but also gain valuable experience on the stgige. Their performances include .1 wide range of music, The Concert Choir has performed in many interesting places such as the Bourse Building in Phila- delphia. Pennsylyania. The travel and the op- portunity to perform are exciting factors that drgixi neyy talent tothe group each year. Way to go? Right The Concert Chnir shows ho-.x much fun you can hue in hen you let your hair down BELOW: THE wsu-s' yiotsxr orivia COLLEGE coxctanr .., CHOIR " II Studen1L:fe , , -ff! 3 -0114 Will!! in-Lin, llim in 1..-mhtuililna. LEFT THE 1986 87 MOUNT Ol IVE- CO1 LFCJI- SINCJF RS The Mount Olin College Singers ire 1 group l tulented ptrtormers who is imbtssidors sl the College. perform on Lumpus throughout exstern North C trolmx ind in sueh exerting pl tees is Atlanta and Disnv.vWorld L nder the dlf'L1.lIQl'l ol Mrs Irena. Patten their perlormunees are show eases of vurietv gre it musix. sind stimulating ehoreography Mueh htird work .md m im de mands arm. pl.1s.Ld upon meh mcmber to bring the group to its stage ready best Preptrition lor the vctr s performames begins in tha. summer also each January professional ehoreogmpher John Jaeobson visits MOC Under his guidanee the Singers learn new steps and polish old rout mes Demanding performance sehedules and travel are as mueh .3 part of the group s life as are the daily praetlees Left Hard at work the Singers dance dur Ing 3 SUITIYTTCI praelice SESSION Af' ..,. ., Above: Professional choreographer John Jac- obson demonstrates il new routine with Singer Mike Johnson. Left: The Singers get ready for their spring show at DisneyWorld. Student Life 23 ta .. Q, sql 1 ,- A, fix. . ,r ,ma I.: L: is.. lg? - fm ,lim ,31- ,151 It s :J- he ,1 l-JL if ff V- f . V-um ,, n-sagem-Q4-esnrfrr - .Il I i W u ln. 1 4 . f l-4 I ,xr I r O Tand ABO Tin -4,..-. -5 .. z Y or pi x. L '4 Rich mn. Poor Man. Beg- 5 gar Xian. Thief. Doctor. Lawyer. Grocer. Chief. . . lmm!gm!amuMsmmwmwwmmmmmwmmwumm1.smf:myzn,m-muww 111.1 5.1.5 Fl 'Q Q the REAL WORLD. . . V , -4 ml- ' -11 W U- LNLTQQ4 M, 5 JM. ' F IZA- X ' , R ,,, 2 'S' f- liz? If A l L7 'J . 6 I wonder what I'll be7'??? L OUT and ABOUTin the REAL WORLDH!! ya'-, i 1 Organizal 5 L 4 -5 'Ta' --'-.fzisr A - V . -eff--. nf- .f .1--nnszonvul 1sz1e9gr.v:f!et- GQSPEI, CHGIR 'I he Gmgwl L, lmr lx .1 gruup uf Niu- dcrdlx'-Nf1wV11'lUI1fy render xpccml Nmgmg vm gampux but .dw pcrflwrm lhrwugh-ful the NUI'TULlT'kd1T1g commu- Vlllj Smgmg mth lhc Chtm' prmldcx Nmudcmx u11hcxpcr1cmcc1m pcrI1wrm4 mg .md .11 Ihc mme umc cmcrminx thc .zudlcmcc Mwxc The GA,-xpcl Lhmr rmmbcrx xlcpxnl-1.1cu-,rn 1 X' M: Nu' Tww :1m,LF,w"1L u.1"w1' r7,.1':'- Wwlwwurx 1 N, UH- wv'vr" if' .' 3' ' ff. "- A 1.7 -Jksl-5-11 'efiiilrifalz ' l"'A' ' "..Q..--.,w.x.-.. ' ' --.. ,--....-..-.-.--..-....-..-.-Q...-..4,V. , -,4.- b...--W ..... Qu.. Q 1- 4 .r, I M X- .lxilr ' ' ' ug I I Above: The Chapel Choir takes part in services every Tuesday. . , f f-v'--':: rr? :ev -Y i ' ,- J ,X .1 ea ' 1 'T-bwvaft... vx1xX ' 41 git ' ,-me c V .Fc-.Qygvg-15 5 . 'A Ya. 5539 -' l y Q.: CHOIR K9 Music plays a central part in the lives of many of our students at Mount Olive. The Chapel Choir takes an important role in bringing an X added dimension to Chapel services. Members X of the community frequently attend these ser- vices providing new opportunities for the Choir to display their talents. 54 l l ffl' ' X . 1' x-W " t l Ryzvs: X l l l l I f l 1 Above: The quiet harmony of the Chapel Choir creates an atmosphere of worship. Organizations 27 42- Q 45 za-za:-,' ' -' i.,., . .K 8 ll 2 'X, ...sl Y THE DRAMA CLUB. pas- o--s,,---1,-- , T i t T l , T it N s -ll T ' l i 1 , l i L pper Right "Breaking the news in a polite way." Richard Bradley and Leyon Tann shov- hou performang tan be fun fxboye Jett' Ginn speaks during a dramatic performance in Cha- pel IN Student Life sa' l . Q l ,f' lui 1 l Literature leaves the imagination to Create. deine. and il- lustrate in many' different ways. The Drama Class at Nlount Olive College is a group of creative individuals who take literature to a degree of personal explanation. Instructed by Dr. Pepper Worthington. these students de- velop their oyyn interpretation ofthe literature they read. The annual chapel performance by the drama class is an event that the students enjoy. Conlidence and self- expression are gained through this participation, Smile! j 4 stllllirfulli. ii- Left lending J helping hand Mrs I-lilabeth Bennett shares 1 helpful hint with Vera Thornton Below Lrtdt ing to the lullest extent Amy Q irtt,r dtvclops htr sketch THE ART CLUB The Art Club at Mount Olive College is a prime example of students expressing themselves The students in this club are not only taught about art but are also taught to appreclate art Understanding more about art helps them to develop a personal expression shared on the canvas With the guidance of Mrs Elizabeth Bennett students gain a broader outlook on the art world developing skills if and understanding Dream BIG' 'l i 'VV' -luv-J 'tllllf Z1 ,l'f'3'b - 4' qi t v, Above: Paula Patten expresses herself. Middle Left: Wendell Scott Above: Blye Gillikin is deep in concentration as an image creates as Mellissa Stevens watches the picture take form and meaning, takes fgrm, Student Life 29 'r 1+ si 1' ., . vi eg -. 'SJW ,IT cs? i-,1 f ' . ji 1-., ,i 'if fag grime-3,-sfa:.qe:,xnfmw::f,evfp,,5a,4g'A ,r--e' :f i..- "Y -'.fi'r:!'? J'iu2.a1ili:.'Qi3ey I FUN IN THE 24 'W Finding fun on Field Day is not L1 hard job. However. finding a dry day has been ll problem at Nlount Olive. Fortunately. the students do not seem to mind a little dumpness while having fun. Whether it's the fabulous ex- ercise or the futnmstic picnic. participants are always will- ing to fight the environment for the enjoyment. Even though Field Day is an entertaining day. team work and cooperation are a part of every event. Students involved learn ti lot about fellow classmates while they all work to- gether. Right Fighting friends and foes. this famished food Ilapper has found his face in flying filling that tinally is fantgisttc 3 .l 1 1-,ry ' 3,188 1.- .. 4. -v-F.- -..tl "t 'X Xbfue 'Wolunteers for yulleyf' these victims of yengeful vehicle vow Nboxe 'Ttghtentng his tingertipsf this tin tosser throws 3 tiny ob- t ice their yetbul werdic: on the verge of yictory yiect. twisting .1ndturntng,tow.3rd .3 tidy tally for the top team, FU Student Life -xv- I Q54 :I -1 X .mf-f Luagimsnarvs- ltr- - A - ,.- '51 ' REC RE TIONAL SERVICES ww- :W 1 ' ' f X5 .2 Dr Nlcfjcl' .md rcmslizx 5. :gy 'X p we 12 I'f1.-nil,-ITE: Rare, -Xbwc In an mformal Nessmn mrh students and I4.iClllIf.gUEilSPC.1kEf 1. " 51,6 ex A. Sir- 4w:'I,1j, fi SV N zvxgimx ri D45 Dr Tqvnj- Xfobley explore, -mb OPPOHUUIIICS m recreauon Recrcmmngl Scrxzcci .11 Xlour11O11xe College guc- Nrudemx gn merxieu of the erkfecl 11111 leieurc time hgs 1-aa, Q ' on the IUdlXldU.ii bomb nov md m the furure Studcmx lvok 41 me phlloxuphlml. Lhcwrcuckll. pxychologlcgl .and wc1-wlugmxl .upcclx uf rccrclmon .md lemme uma -.ll-ff? 5? if! 1- '. f3.i5i:iii?1i5."S22?s2?i2LEL.f iff' 5 ' Hag .-fi, - 1 Q "' A m I r. 'qwvl :N .1 nmywr pu: M thu fur w thu N1.'mt I,li".u',m1puN The Psp B.1Nkutb.1H1o basclull. lCY1Y'Hi lu mlleyball, the Pep Club sllrs the Trojan 1 ,' f. ".cx1T': unizru Niuduvt b--du 1 :ry Q-ri! QPIYH ICIF gu, Tn,-mn!" ' 'uV'I 'rc i1 Nm .. .1 Jn 2 if IGHT LIFE Above: Night student Joyce Strickland registers for classes. , ff? Above: Dr, Sessoms assists Judy Lynch while Dorothy Rudd looks on. While muny of MOCK residents :irc milking their way slowly to dinner, activities in the Henderson Building st.iy in lull swing with night classes. learning on this campus continues after 500 p.m, Many ofthe students ol' .ill uges enjoy the conve niencc ol' night classes With this option, they .ire uble to maintain .i full-time Vinh .ind gain un education ut the same time lrom these people we leiirn ii lesson ol' perservernnce. True Trojans! K is Q - will-' l i l 1 -.,s' Above: Joel Stephens finalizes his night class schedule. Above: Dianne Riley and Nancy Yates chat while another student registers, Student Life 33 499: ,, 1. ie. si? 4, 15? l ,Qlsi . 552 ei .gf 4 4 ,..,,A,- ,..-vinegar' .. Ar Above: Ph Seated. Je I i i -m ,,Iiq...,-i- Q nb f .i it -S 1 9. i Beta Lambda Officers: Left to right, standing, Melba Keathley, Advisorg Kim Quinn, Amy Tyndall, Dena West. nnifer Smith, Regina Henderson, President, Judy Tyndall, Tanya Newson,. PHI BETA LAMBDA This year's Phi Beta Lambda members kept the , tradition of serving the College to their best. , Each year this club is very involved in campus life. In addition to attending the annual State Leadership Conference MOC Chapter activities Above Members of Phi Beta Lambda. Tanya Newson. Re- 1 H . ' . gina Henderson and Dena West share an evening together lI'lClUdCCl l'ICld IFIPS, f'L1CLllly I'CCCpIl0l'lS arid fund- whilc at the State Leadership Conference, I-disers' 34 Student Life i X HE DERSON SCIENCE CLUB 1 " f 1 . F, ' A I ' 'iiillxl Above: Members ol' the Henderson Science Club enjoy a visit to the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, NC. The Henderson Science Club was advised by Mrs. Lorelle Martin during the 86-87 year. The club strived for excellence throughout the year by attending meetings of the Collegiate Academy of the North Carolina Academy of Science. This year the Henderson Science Club was pre- sented the Science Academy's First Annual Activities Award. Among the group's many activities are Christmas and spring plant sales, on- campus guest speakers and field trips. These activities and many more are part of the reason the Henderson Science Club is an exciting part of Mount Olive College. Above: Watching with amazement, Robert Bass looks upon the stationary and graceful Flamingos and their one-legged perch Left: Robert Overman and Robin Jones enjoy thc many sights in the zoo. Student Life 3 EXTRA!!!ll EXTRAII!!! If you want to have a yearbook you gotta have talented people Writers photographers artists salespeople hardworkers willing to pull together to reach a goal Our goal is to pro yearbook to focus on a year in the life of Mount Olive College The tal ented staff who brings you this book are listed as follows Shea Bankston Gina Bedford Mark Benton Donna Bowen Philip Brown Lori Elks Melissa Finch Rhonda Flowers Curtis Hollowell Deana Jernigan 'Qs N 4'- 5 5, 'S Above Nflark Benton and Phil Brown eompute and Create as words of a rhx me eome etery time' O l , ' ' - ' ' I 1' 1 duce for students, faculty and staff a 'f ' qi I 1 Robin Jones, Wanda Jones, Becky Liverman, Tanya Newson, Robert Overman, Cassandra Raynor, Ellen Sandlin, Joy Smith, Mickey Stewart, Eric Towell, Jennifer Turnage, and Debra Whiteley. Above Advisor Betty Outlaw and Photographer Mickey Stew- art finalizing pictures for the yearbook 36 Student Life K+'-4-.4 ' E -3-1-ll Q' Above: Jennifer Turnage, Advisor Diane Reiehard Editor Rhonda Flowers and Advisor Grace Whitfield discuss strategy for the next seetion of the yearbook Above: Patti O Donoghue and Diane Reinhard martel at the progress of an idea eoming into reality l -Q The Yetrbook Staff learned .1 lot of hard lessons through out this year The fun exutement and feeling ol aeeom plishment far outweigh any problems eneountered We the yearbook staff have learned onee again that When the going got tough WE DID IT"' r X "" Q A 4 Egg:-M s,f'+ Y'-' 'Q Eff 'Vigo "' ef Above Now are you sure this ts 1t'l" Pushed to the limit many times Advisors Grace Whitfield and Betty Outlaw show their patience Thanks ladies' Left Our photographers and comedy team Mickey Stewart and Eric Towell team up for an unbeatable combination Thanks guys' Above Eric Towell patiently prints yet anoth er picture for the staff ARK 00M Keep Door Closed l ll , IF IT IS LEFT OPEN All OF THE DARK LEAKS OUT. Above: An all too familiar sign to the people of the yearbook staff! 4V- 4. v Above: Commander and Chief-in-Charge Rhonda Flowers, Editor spent count- less hours organizing and planning every move and deadline. No matter what was needed, when it was needed our chief-in-charge was there to lend a guiding hand. Here. Rhonda is doing something A we're not sure what!! You ve done GREAT!! Student Life 37 , .1 gb. E.. F Z, pf, rj N Sport -if 5 L5 K.f!1J','g-x ' 'ttllihklnllt - Below Displaying their championship trophy from the St. Andrews Invi- tational Golf Tournament, the members of the N87 MOC Golf Team are: lei? lo flghl, Kenny' Kirby. Timmy Hoyle, Jon Johnson, Johnny Scott. Joey Cagle, Kurt Saylor and Dr Tom Johnson-coach. Ji Tourney Trophy N! ,f Tops Season .qi . Q " The 1986-87 GolfTeam boasted a good season with an over- X aw Q all record of 50-35. According to Dr. Johnson this year's team D was "a good mixture of upperclassmen and freshmen with every- I' body coming back next year - so we should be really tough!" by .U Coached by Dr. Thomas Johnson, the MOC golfers brought I home the Saint Andrews Invitational Tournament Trophy. The I golf team plays National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic Q- registered colleges throughout the south. S 5' X This year's most valuable player was Kurt Saylor, Saylor ' shoots near par with a 74.8 average. Johnny Scott was the recipi- -, ent ofthe coach's award. "Johnny Scott. known a 'Chi Chi', prob- in ably loves golf and life as much as his namesake: Chi Chi Rodri- Si, guez," says Dr, Johnson. 11.49 O Hey. Dr. J ,... DUUUCKII Sports 39 t -5-4:-501.1-?f3reQ.:1:-9:,'1z!' -.. , ' 4 I , , -IM I- l - I- Iii- I' If I- 1 I ,lr I i-iii' I' " .ePzz:4':. :, .. azz:--1 r - f r ,- Slow Start . . . Mixed Season O'.ur.1ll.1l1c Tr k.Xv 1 .111 L 11gcrx111.1r1.1gcd1cr1 '-Ylllx 111 11w111y-c1gl11 5111101 l-llllwlllllg 1111l1 11 tl1N1r1g1rut11rd1115-lf "E1ur11l11.1ugl111cl1.1d .1 1111111g 1c.1111. l 1l11ml1 1,ncpl.15cd xery well." g11111111c111cd l1c.1d t1,1.1rl1 Xl Vqrrlclt "XX c pl.15cd.1l11111ll1l1c1c.1111v1ery ult1xc,"NK tlfflxfld 1.1111 The Tr11,111r1Nl11x11cr1 ggmcx by Iklxc p1,11r11x 11r lcv D11TNlH L.1rr. Nl.1r11r1 BCll.1Illj..1llL.l Xor- llltlfl lk.1rNe1.11r more the brg gur1f1111 1l1c lloor lor NICK. C.1rr .11 cmgcd 46 9 percent 111 field gt1.1lx1111wed1r1 2' of -1-l1l1ree-p1.11r11go.1ls11r1d br1,1ugl11do11r1 'S rcboundx He .1lxo rcceued 1-.1p d1N1r1c1l1o11orQ1r1 xcor1r1g 11 11l1 .1 21,6 poim 5-I' 1986-87 VARSITY BASKETBALL PESULTS EE Hlngate 80 65 AIldHITC Chrwstran 99 E9 Gardner-Webb 77 79 Catawba 130 E5 Len01r'Rhyne 89 E7 Fgrg-F1ll 94 81 Camybell 51 E6 519m 97 93 Coastal Carolwna 92 66 Newport News T6 96 Cqker EC E4 Eu1l'o'C 133 QE GVEEHSECVO 7! 66 Hangers E1 T9 Atlanzwc Cfr1st1aw ICC EC C1111 l ford 65 E7 St, Andrews 72 B3 Eelmnrt Abbey EE 73 Gardner Reb: 53 55 Newport News 96 ?' Elon lif 66 :E-'brave Ztate ET 72 Catawba Sl c Eelrfmt I-hte! 9C 77 Fewbrcle irate 73 71 Yethodmt SQ 95 Barber-Scot1a E5 71 helmet Lucey 99 97 Overall Pecofi 11,15 .11 cr.1gc per g.1IllC.BCll.1ITlj.1Hd lx11r5c1 11r xhot .ll'l .11cr.1gc 11145 N percentl'1'o1111l1el'lt1ur xx 11h Bcll.1111y l11rc1r1g 40 turrmxcrx .md ,11crg1g1ng -15 pcrccm 1n1l1rcc1p1111r11sl1111x, R11rxc111r c.1p- turcd H5 rcboundx 11r1d lf x1c.1lx, Bclutn lflrl Shmung hu pmdc. Coach Warrmk dl5Pl..QS 1l1c Pmltlc Claws Tmphy Bcluu T.1l-t1r1g11,11hc .11r. NTJFIIFI Bellamy ate lCl'TlPl5 U1 111.1-pmnz b4skc1 1 51,7 ,- 4 4 ww, 'v'l'1' 44 an .:. fi 1 Xbme N1c111bcrN.1r1dx111dcr11.1w1N1.1111x11l1l1u lvvwra' X .1rx115 Tr11V1.1r1 B.1xlxc1b.1llTc.1r11.1rcl'r11mlcl'1 kncclmg. ,I11hr1 mrrzvmrx, Xlrifllfl Bcll,11115 Cudm Mndcrx, ,luhn Bl,1clu1cll. N11kc R1,1b1nx11r1 .md Nurnmra Ix.1rv:x,1r Nl.illdlUg .1r1: Xndj- lJ.111N,lJ.1r1,s1r1l.1rre lc1tfL11r1c1.l,cr1111111:,l11hr1x11r1. XlJY'l 4, .1rr1,1ll1R1,1dncyR.m15cy.Orl,1ndo Nc.1l, 81.:r1 N1.111l1c'-M, llurtrx ll,1rr:N. N11X.:11 P.1gc. XYlglC Curley.Rh-1r1dqfl1J1w1s.llc11d Lluch -Xl XK.1rr1cl11 .md XM1N1:111 1 11,10 R.1m1j5 T1llcy We I 1+ juli Y UEFE0?-lB!iiFWll1llQ!hKk?iMEi0h'!2PlW1HMFMAQ.lrfz. ?6aMx4.1,1kalm lm mum aww lull Facing ull' uggunsl gm wppununl, John Blackwell drops ln .1 um-pmnl bala- kcl H wuz: Abovet Going for an easy layup, Cedric Sanders also allempls to draw a foul for rhe three-poim play, Spurts -11 -pi. -14-Q.. 'F'l K xzermmlvlo zwprhe gholo an qv r L Anza xmhonx rake 1 Be.-f iw.. l -ni 'N ihtnnrn- --1.-.4 ' s -N.. v i i-- . 'J ' 1 - - .. 5 . f .- ' -' ' L ""' if l e " R' 'A 3 H A S ll K 2 , , YY -N f V i? .7 is VVYV Y ' '-'N " " 4 I - -- b A - -D -Q M Lum- E 3.1! 31,9 I , X. I -- , ' 'gh l Below- 1 311: 5 Q, ' I' " Elol oppurvnt. . .X la . A ' S o " the arf -. ' Q-'L "-' , 'IOIY ' ' f -1 JR- To , ,' 1 'X l ' Q, l l - "'1 -e' f 'rn H ', ' a N , 1.. :fi-if-. " K U fi ff . - l Y l ,ee J,, C wil? E' vs QQ?" 7 Rlghl Struggling to gem control of a loose ball, Dawn Johnson mes for the block-oul -12 Spons r ..,- - ,J-L., W" ,. Y -H4'Y'3I'Sw' . Q, 4 kia I dag-. . ,jp 1 'J 't .. ,. 34, - New Coach . . . Young Team Beloit: Surrounded by the opposing lC111'll, Tammy Cooper has no option but to go for the shot. Below right: Fading right to get around an op- ponent, Gina Duff heads toward the lane. The Lady Trojan Basketball team won twenty-five percent oftheir games as they fin- ished their season with an overall record of 5- 21 and a district record of 4-13, "lt was a dis- appointing year in that we could have won four or five more ballgames if we had had more experience on the floor." said first year coach Jimmy Lamm, t,.tH,,:3 'W 2 .I X Y' ' 1 .VW v' Q E ol " X QAM Q4 ik 1-1 . L I-Above: During a time-out, Coach Lamm explains the defensive adjustments that his Lady Trojans need to fnake. Lamm said the Lady Trojans will be a more competitive team when they improve their overall defensive play. Senior Dawn Johnson led the Lady Trojans. shooting 47.9 percent from the floor and averaging 20.5 points per game. Johnson also received the honor of number two scorer in the district. Angela Anthony, also a senior. was another big contributor for the Ladies as she tossed in 37 of 220 attempted field goals and aver- aged thirteen points per game. N .,v . ' I If ,, Q LJ Q r .54 ,., J 1986-B7 LADY TROJANS BASKETBALL RESULTS M Wingate 60 40 Barber Scotia 69 55 Atlantic Christian 75 59 Francis-Marion 94 40 Elon 62 56 Barber Scotia 67 71 NC Central 103 69 Atlantic Christian 88 79 Coastal Carolina 52 B9 Gardner-Webb 90 99 Wingate 102 63 Pembroke B6 40 Guilford 75 69 NC Wesleyan 73 66 Campbell 93 70 Longwood 68 63 Liberty Baptist 83 78 Atlantic Christian 74 68 NC 1-lesleyan 95 52 NC Central 92 70 Pembroke 98 61 Belmont Abbey 61 72 Guilford 85 66 Belmont Abbey 76 66 Gardner-Webb 67 77 Overall Record 5-21 4 - e. If y: Y, ,KI v .-. .:. :-:.-ve. -elf-:W--1. - ' " .' .: .. 'u 1 :.. "n i-' , T I W U5 fn-awww. QF! Q-A e 1 A .ge ' 0. 1 i ,Q ' '- 1' be lf' A ,H .',-T"91- - U f n .lu 'A ,- Y -,, .,, l .Y-.f - . . N' -"" A JI' "' 'Wi ' - I ' - L., 1 -n .emo e- ' . 4 f , , - ., A' , 1 'liili . -A X ' 1 Q' ,-,, T1 ' ' . X 5 . -5'f,,r . , - . --,pn -. V 1 I. ,..7. , .Q , E . . v - . 1 ' , . . ' 4 . . .1 . , - . ' ' fp-.1-5 nf-,l. .li . gh V . Right xOutrunning his opponents. Tou Bee y- aryl- -'s'.,""',, z.:g9i:.x:-'ci-3JfL,1':l Q .., fini. .385 N .ing finds a chance to cut across and make -"- ' ia' ' -1 - 'fa ' . . . ' -sl ' L742. ' ' ' K 'n ' 4 . ' . if an attempt at the goal - hpij, rf V 1, ..f ' ' . . Q :Q ,"9- -- 'K' ga -e .,- 1 I .. ug ---. Q Q r A D, ' .Q , ' ...alt 3' f ., ' K- . .. Bel-nu llecoxering the hall from an-opponent. I ' ,ft ' . V 1.1, A -5:1 '-Z' ' A ,' ' ' b lxe'-in Guthrie heads uptleld vuhile Qecil Ard v , , ' ' ' ' " 5 ,, , is ready to scrse as backup Y C ,-'af Y -"'? .',' !'.Jps.i- - was f .-.L -sa--ff-f . . . ,r-- K nt' 345 xgva-: - ,bc ' ' ,. eeZf'S"- . .31 ' 'Spa' :"'Zf'9F- ,gpg .125 fi-ffi'??f1 j' 'T--as U -'g Q Ap-1'-f .s-' f ,J JI- ' 2 .ag ' .- 'Q A .y-,wks "f --f.-1' -' A . ggi? a .--'Z yi zgyer-geo. .. ' , x T .F- . Wagyu! fl'f3"."5H-' -A .A , V 7 .. as -: 1 . -, bw.- :.2t,qh1fgTl,Y:,I- ,.6-353.4 .mg -,Q e -f -- ,ws - -- 'A - 'sf . " ,. - ' 19 had-" v I First Team Trials This was the first year in the making forthe NIOC Soccer team and although they weren't able to pick up any wins, they were still a big hit withthe fans who came out to cheerthem on. A first-yearteam finds the competition tough. "College soccer has improved so much in the last Eve years," said Trojan soccer coach Randy Strawser. "It was an initial shock for everybody," Strawser said. "They found out that the skill level was a lot higher than they antici- pated." Strawser will have eight returning players next season and expects a produc- tive recruiting season. l l l 4 l . 1 1 S ".-..-..:.':-.Q 4 Q , , 1... f Mnffqphpl' ' 5 ef 'P' Villa-1 HQ' Ag, J v 4 -' yj-' "CWM - -vi, N1 v . - -' ' '1 . ,, .4, , me-gp ' -' - -'-'ur-i-1 fn.ai v -. ' ' ' I -Quan' - .I .Q.4:A'l.-. N.. ,223- Below: Taking advantage of a free kick. Chip Dougherty puts his all into sending the ball to the goal. K5WllNiB7!l5li'f?l!ifi9ilf'53'tffl0l?7'f4HV1! Mr"JlIbllf'b:.4.i.liifbllx:J 1' I' Ah. Jiuluritzfilhimvlk' ' x . rq v ','. Uv - N'aSk.'5Sq a w 'qhg-. M. ,..f.,5-fs - , .L "'5x-. ,I A . !"Kfg"m:,. 5 -4- ' '. ,"H'- x g "'2 . .--. V r, ,A 'X ++'.--rf?-:i+-H . .f- --Sv l l. . . f:. -- r A 5"75""f -may 1, sei .--. - - .gf tp, - '- tm rf' '- - uw H -. . ,..v . J . u. n -. if--'1 w -. W 1, , . fv W ,lvl G! mr tel, 'Jr'-Q,,,' U J, ff,H-Q nfesghl . -fl. -1 U-.wr - 3 3945" A s v'f'1'-133.1 - , M."- .' . ' '. ' 4 q ' Q ' I 'A ' w 5 4 N , . 2. u., 5. . ,H..f.-4.1, A. mv.. .,d,,:. -.- . .. - -J .'LLgJ'Qm'u .-' N I 45 1 ,Q l l l l l , if -gqu -4 Dil U onm4fwas.-- 4 4 ' L'An Left: Relaxing after a tough match, soccer team members compare notes on game strategy. 1986-87 SOCCEP Guilford Pembroke Lenoir Rhyme Wingate Methodist Elon High Point NC Wesleyan Les-McRae Greensboro Warren Wilson Ningate East Carolina Mars-Hill Pfeiffer Salisbury State warren wilson St. Andrews Overall Record 0-18 A ' ag! 1'-if 1-if flli. li' ll fvjll llfffl 41 xtiuf M ,Ml fl I flap M Wi ill il 5. 4, Im.. ip 4. tl"7f if . -'L 7 T . i"':'?Tv'lT-1?5:!:t'il , - ,QQZL Sliding Through The Tro-ian Baseball team closed out their thirty-live game season with an over- all record of 13-22, Coach Carl Lancaster said that the team "did as much as could be evpectedf' This was Coach Carl Lancaster's first year at NTOC and the team's third coach in three years. "I had to learn what every play er could and could not do." Lancaster said. Despite a heavy loss record. the Tro- jans controlled twelve games until the sev- enth inning before turning them over. Charlie Long received top batting hon- Top Right. Going for the put-out. Jeff Ginn waits anxiously for the ball .Q-'Q gi-t 1 NJ fj- Aboyc Going for a crunchburger. Vondell Forbes watches carefully as the ball nears the plate Right Conlerring on the mound, Coach Lancaster. center. discusses play adjustments with Brad Reayes and Nlichael 'ylellettt Tough Season ors with 42 hits including five triples and an overall batting average of 368. Long also drove in twenty' RBls, scored 28 runs and picked up eighteen stolen bases. Andy' Davis and Glenn Warren both had batting averages of .327 while Lee Pate contributed 38 hits. including 7 doubles. 5 triples. and 5 home runs. CN A D 2' Q "T, P3 'Q . SSS 5 K ,ff- y 4. t pf -C-'QQ s. HJ S IK. '4 in Q v I 'U 1 4 A . 7' , , fl -. on t -16 as Y J I Q -um ,. ' yn.-...-5, .... ..1 , . 5 f Below: Third baseman Eric Weeks reaches for the ball lo make the tag. X nqrgv-'-5 ' Alibi ' " 1.4 4 N- i 'C , iii i Li - 5- 1 , . lf .4 .,., ' -I 4 I H ' -u - inn l ' an + f f 4-.wztwfr-L1"'r"?-'72 'f"f T. ' . n . 5 1 6t'i"" ,rp Q 4 I Q 54' ' -1 64:1 I . L .-, J I ibn, 1 'fl' L 1 - : , ...L s r -, , L H 17,1 alms,-N'-.E .' vc , 5: Mx ' A' ye. Q A 1 a M., WV. - "' " .'2:1'.' '-','g'i'. 3' 1 , x x ffl" ' 'v --nr 1 T 'i'- L -. f' ,L .v ,dig hiv' p 1-if - ... - n -s. .5 .1-gr-'1 Q ui-L L . , . ' .IA ' l i Q. . Aff - , - - V 1, .VH F r A f sw' , li 1, ' 'L' ' L57 -" 1 ' 13 'J A , -0- .f 3 -4 5... - t 'A lu, N I , , 'Q' ' 4 f 'rf' "f"!'5Z'-L-rw' ' mar-ff -A 3 4 ' ' . 1 - .-- . 1 7 it .4 - .."' .. .vlxs 3,3 'I 'H N an LA' ' 1' 'M' B: ! ui.: 4. 4 ',, at kg I .4 T ,JL ,, 1 ,Lf ,. Q .. J, -- itil in - -.A - , . - -A - W 4'0"-u fr....,. . Av- " - . -""2,4L...4:'nn .-.:"' 1 -har! 17 -L 1 '--.ll ,. If 1986-87 BASEBALL RESULTS l' il ,' ' inf 11 if ,, ,.. Atianm Christian 5 9 ', 'F lluhlenburo Colleue 12 7 ' NC Wesleyan 1 3 fp, Elon 6 B ' Guilford 7 12 ,Z Ferrum 3 14 --'i John Carroll 2 1 3.1,-,L John Carroll 6 4 - Westfield state Mass. 7 4 Avi, Gallandet 4 3 J Gallandet 16 1 , r V Catawba 7 4 ,Ji Catawba 4 14 5' 'Em Allegheny 2 4 nf: Allegheny 1 5 44, worcester Poly Tech 9 2 'HL Worcester Poly Tech 19 3 1--ig' Gardner-Nebb 9 7 ii John Hopkins 8 14 H John Hopkins 6 10 rv Guilford 7 9 ik Ferrum 3 8 Atlantic Christian 3 6 ' Pembroke 7 2 I lrlingate 7 8 QQ. Methodist 7 18 'fe Q: Hi nga te 3 2 St. Andrews 11 10 if x Gardner-Webb 4 2 lr. ' NC Wesleyan 6 12 Fpfif si. Andrews 4 2 fgg - 1 Hiuh Point 6 B H316 Methodist B 12 ,gil Elon 4 ii A 4? bove: Completing the wind up, pitcher Tim Wilson Pembroke 4 10 Sports -17 nf: repares to tire the ball across the plate. Ove,-511 Record 13.23 J r, sh f""' Below Swmgmg vngorously at the ball freshman nna Bowen attempts to score a base hn xg -I -15142 i ..--1 41 1Q8t H7 f7BAL rSULwc u Pembroke Pevbroke Peace Peace Peace Peace L Wxngate Htngate Leno1r Rhyme 1 Leno1r Rhyme Gu11ford Guwlford CBLBNDB Catawba At1ant1c Cnr1St1an 7 Atlantic Chrxstxan S E1on Elon Pembroke Pembroke Overa11 Record 7 13 " ' ' , ,, ! 130 ' . '. U v - '- a Q ' Q' at 1 1 1 1 f t 0 H iw V ' ' ' Sly, ' - -. V' ' : . . 3 , ,,g , . . " xg ,' - A V O vW'S ". ' Q . -I SG., 1 ff 'J 'QC - 16 O 1 11 5 3 15 U 21 2 7 10 71 ' 2 3 ' 7 6 ' - 1? 4 ' - A 9 5 ' 4 15 3 5 18 10 14 11 ' 3 A 1 , , 4 4 2 17 10 9 O 1 12 O F 1 u W 48 Sports Above: Dawn Johnson. DJ , sends a groundelgrtcaxie l 55342651 4 i I Q l Inflelders, atters plate with an average of 629. John- son crossed home ti total of 22 times, Tammy Cooper contributed 28 hits and 20 runs while Linda Muybin added 26 hits and I4 runs, With the new recruits and returning experi- ence. Lumm forecasts a good season in 1987. Above left: Following through on the pitch Kelly Malpass endeavors to create an out. ,N-IQ' X Above: Demonstrating her concentration. Tammy Cooper decides to nod off a short pitch. -Q D Left: Swinging hard, Shannon Sharpless drives a "" grounder down the third base line. I! 49 , , R ., . W - . g ' - r""' -4KsI1: e'1.'1.+-vr-n'n- 'brirfu.1:H-:!r.qm-ff! Q. -Y-4. R,gr: I, N., L , .mg find: mr pu-wer. Tum Rnd :Maids 4 sung bgxkhmd ' ,,..fa! A . - 4f'Vf f - ,'g,:'-f':f'4iTYK I lil up-Jff-f-1'Jff'v' ., -:Vi : Y .X -sXsz+M,1,-- -3 i:'..f.Kgy3B , .- K N Xxx --X' '. ,. . r ',- . I a A "L , :ni-ai' S., X5 x -+s+ '4 -R. . - -'Xb we Empl! yrug 4 dillialdlwlwulh. ,leI'I'Inn1sre- - umm mah 4 mf- fwrehqnd lub ' "5-2"-VI' -N4 ,QQ- -," 1.1 1..... - W bywrn Z-..- ,WW . ,, Below At the baseline Shawn kxelt returns the ball wlth a Flourlsh VN X Above Members of the 1986 87 Men s Tenms team kneeling Tony Read Kenny Farlour JelfGa1ney Young Team Posts Good Season Although the Men s Tenms Team was relatlvely young conslstmg mamly of fresh men and sophomores Trojan coach Al Warrlck felt that his netters had a pretty good season 'The tearn posted an overaH record of l0 14 hnlshlng just under S00 on the season Analyzmg next season Coach Warrlck sald that strong returmng players and new recrults wlll get the team on the rlght track 1986 87 MEN S TENNIS RESULTS NC Wesleyan East Carol1na Method1st Pembroke Method1st Catawaba Leno1r Rhyne NC Wesleyan Sk1dmore Atlanttc Chr1st1an Campbell UNC W1lm1ngton Method1st Campbell East Carol1na Atlant1c Chr1st1an NC Wesleyan Newport News Method st ,Standing Ford Aley Jeff lnms Darwm Carr Shawn Kxeft Al Warrick coach Over all Record 9 10 1- -Warm-u -I fu ,yy 15. . 1 I3 M: 'CV . I vig' ?5-I 'liif ggi, Pilt? fl? 'lie 1 7 fig. 1 ll .2 4' mr r'.gF' l f 1 -... ll ll ll .Q 33 , ' '5- ' Il- V 9993 . .0 'LK' Q 1 Rrght Al the baselmc, Jennifer Wlllmms confident- ,. .F . ly returns the ball -. X ,xy 5 ' T' l 'xx ' . .. .... 3 . rv. . 5 Q s r Li, gww ,.,,,M .nxxu X' N AY, ix, in i -'W- - .4q5,,x- F. f'.1,:' nd? . .-. ,QQ Above Donna Ben returns the ball using 3 two- handed backhand. 52 Sports M I-01 Below Plavmg the net Dyan Kramer uses a fore hand In doubles competltnon thi -'If 1986 87 Women's Tennls Team were, kneelmg Mrchele Brown, Jennifer Wllllams Donna Best Juhe Regus ter Standmg Coach Brenda Cates, Dyan Kramer Lelgh Culbreth Melinda Joyner and tramer Todd Boy lkm Competltlon Tough For Lady Netters The 1986 87 season was the f1rst for the Mount Ollve College Women s Tenms Team In assessmg the team s season coach Brenda Cates sald they dld well for thelr f1rst year of college competition The team ended thelr season w1th an overall record of 3 14 Thls year s most valuable player was Jenmfer WllllamS and the Coach s Award reclplent was Donna Best Coach Cates stated that Wlth the returnmg expert enced players and new recrults 1987 88 promlses to be a good year 1986 87 WOMEN S TENNIS W1ngate Co11ege Gurlford Co11ege Campbe11 Un1vers1ty At1ant1c Chr1st1an Pembroke Un1vers1ty MEthOd1ct Co11ege E1ow College UNL H11m1ngton Lcnotr khyne Peace Co1lege St Andrews Co11ege Greensboro Co11ege East Carol1na Uh1V6TS1ty Pfp1ffer Co11eue NC A 8 T 0vera11 Record 3 14 53 - b - ' u N ,--Nix 1 ' . f, , Ns , A X. X y . A 0 . : 4 A N V , if li 1:4 . A I -i -' If J' I A 1. - l, . -- ill-L' .V , fr 4 . U . - - r. . . . ,, Q . I ' .off ' 1 1' B -A ' I ':-:'... -- I. ' -' ' l l , ., -. 1 A . E B Q. ' .. , Tb Y., . T I, gag.-awaggefmhifefasnmwmwafwfnwvaarnmwrw Beloit "listen to the rhythm ot' the Tri, ,yan Be.it"' The MOC Cheerleaders ,iam Right Doing the "Trojan Twist". the with the crowd VOC Trojan keeps the fans entertained Trojan Spirit ifters The 1986-87 Trojan Cheerleading Squad was thirteen members strong and in- troduced stuntmen for the first time in MOC history, Other changes in the squad included a neu advisor and the addition of a school mascot. As advisor. Martha Walter brought fresh ideas and innovations to this year's squad, The Trojan mascot. a product of the Pep Club, was portrayed by Paul Rigsbv These individuals vvorked together as a team to bring entertainment and excitement vt ith each performance through cheers. dance routines, and acrobaticst il Sports Qi,.u...1 Above, Displaying their acrobatic skills, Melissa Finch and English Adams are lifted high into the air by Trojan stuntmen Todd Pierce and Robert Cole. T' ' ll rr! '1""'l ' 1 l illAivl'ii.liMliMMi 1 naman- l Y JI 1 -ng - i Above: Members ofthe 1986-87 Trojan Cheerleading Squad are: left to right, Carl Hayes. Kristie Warrick, Vonda Brickhouse. Amy Sutton, Pam Vick. Martha Walter-advisor. Katrina Boyd, Paul Rigsby, Robert Cole Tammy Winstead, Debra Whiteley, Janet Spann. En- glish Adams. Melissa Finch and Todd Pierce. Left: Keeping the beat and dazzling the crowd, Janet Spann performs in a Trojan dance routine. 5 6 S ports i Additions to the inter-collegiaterathletie program at Mount Qlive College during the 19864857 year were varsity Soccer, women's tennis and volleyball, and junior varsity basketball and baseball for men. Thesetadditioris repre- sent the continual upgrading' of the overall.-program at Mount Olive-College to provideanoopportunityfozli the stu- dents to participate in a wide variety of activities, They bring the total varsity program to nine sportsawith tvvojiuj nior varsity sports. - g !l'!Y!'iL'illl!'W9JY1!'l!8'lf1It21W1'uzN1'41Mi'!sMP-!.ss4 'xmnvurn 'mmm'--V v -1.1 mum aw-wx .M wi 1 -. f-'S i SPOYI 57 's 1 .: t N 4 . 7. fl ' L -,n ' I 'S I . I v , 'S '1 I V I 1 I Ll' 5 f ' I 1 4 V v A I .i -fx 1 .G x W 5 ,Q " ,v.-1 - I ,Sal I j v V. " 5 l' P .f O 2 - xl 5 ' s P .ul f 14 .25 P ' f ' -.: 1 ..!,':..:. .V..-" . ' +-' fsaf 1:.,f '- V' E ' - T -S - ' Z' " ' 1 - if , ,. . , ,. I A- ff 47 A 555 1. ",:' . mf, ,-El.: 'Lf E .fx 1' ., KA I if 15 A .1 A vi fr r- -fd PN.. 'Q -. 1 I '1 ., H 5 2 ..-, ' r Q3 gigfg., MEMORY ELAINE JONES 1934 - 1986 Friends Ibrever When all the rest have gone Will -mu 5l1'll be Ihere Ibr me AVYFRIENDS1' Laine CADE NHCS 7 iff' Z' wi Admmn lralnn 59 'Y' A A, J pf, .,i rr ew-'I-1-.1 521411 'F J.. A .....a.. NX Every great thing ever done in the world had a dreamer behind it. At Mount Olive College. our dreamer is nur President, Dr, W, Burkette Raper. Leadership ol' L1 college requires much merillce - - and then bome. The stu- dentx. faculty and community admire the Sacrifice that Dr. Riiper makes for the College every dup, .-X friend to stu- dentx .ind lliculty, he dllfere gi Christian emmple ul leadership. mt Xeideiiiit , .,,,I-v,. vw 3 -f Tx lP'dl.1 !!'lWuQlill'tVwIP1r'l1i-13: wululrvumnuue v 1 vw: mum -M-L un N- The President ol Mount Ollvt College Dr W Burkettc Roper ls .1 leader ,1 husband an cduutor and A fmnd Dr R tper s person xl rel lttonshlp with God moves htm to want onlv the best for the people lround htm Top left Dr Raper The Edueator Center left The Rapers share a httle love on .1 busv dav Bottom Left Dr Raper Mrs Lloyd Vernon and Dr A Pur nell Barley at the Plerson Ieeture Below Dr Rapcr share: A qulet moment mth College Chaplam Frank Harmon Amdernuu 61 h ,' , ,, nm V.-t.tluu,f. v .' 1 . . i ,. , , A, . Q. ,Q v. . X I - L .' 'Q L i .' X ' . , 5- 3 ' L , I I ' x 1 , f x . Y v X, jf. El .,. .v n : 4 aft ai 91' 3 I 'W .VW e I .W :ji ii- 'I . J In ' rl' A: 1 9. gi 5 rf. 1 ie Y A his 't I il 'I l 5 I el 4 4 A Xcademz as Ls -Q' Top Vice President for College Aft' Jimmy XX illiams Leli, .?.II' S Executite Secretary to the President Linda Niullis Right Secretary to the President Eleanor Dickinson Bottom Development Secretary Teresa Boone U rn 4 rn t- CD ec: Z m . .rt 115 if FY ,- The Office of the Vice President for College Affairs is responsible for three areas at Mount Olive College: alumni. public relations and fund raising. The staff acts as a liaison with alumni to maintain a positive relationship with former students, In public relations. the MOC "story" is told through news releases and photography. feature stores. the College "Newsletter" and articles in THE FREE WILL BAP- TIST. Funds for endowments. the gen- eral operation of the college and for capital projects are generated through this office. The staffis always available to spend time with people -informing them of the important uork accom- plished at Mount Olive College Q- 45 Nia -193 Left ft Jean Ackiss if Right: Director of Gift Records Betty Outlaw h . fiv- Le tr Director of Public Information Patti O'Donoghue 0 , Academics 63 -1 I , .. - ,1. fl' if g- if 'I 1 M:r'7' ' ffl 263 . 4, Uv if i 4 :Annika-.munnumo--m...-uuuu - Q L f? 'ff ' , .. I ,X A 4 ,L ' ,EL C... if ' ui , ,tit Q :rt V D f 5' eil -"' .ta l - 1,11 . :Zi J, . 4' .i , Director of Church Support 'A l A '- Qui 't ' ,X ' liz. X -- ' ' L W- wt: Lifif fl! '. N, A Wi' i fs- i is ,,i' 4 5 t ill X 'Y U4 i in i s Ill l i 1 'H 'N Ili i 1 tl ,i t dt Ju 1wi .H I f 5 X I 1 F1 .13 i I ADMISSIO S The Admissions Office for Tylount Ol- ive College is primarily' concerned with recruiting students. The Admissions staff ventures into high schools each year sharing information about the ex- citing programs that Nlouni Olive has to offer. Almost every student who ut- tends or iyill attend Nlount Olive has been contacted by our Admissions staff, A boi e Director of Admissions Dianne Riley Bglgu, B I e ou Associate Director of Admissions Laura lsumm rw-1 Academics Admissions Counselor Randy Tilley lf x gh i 4 Information on prospective students is recorded and i organized by the Admissions staff. Many hours are 1 spent greeting these students and their families as I the visit ouream us. The smilin facesinthisoffice v Y l P E I are the first Contact that most students have when ' arriving on the MOC campus. Za. I:- MOUNT OLIVE COLLEGE Avvuuuon ron AUM as 'EMR :X fl .... Above Admissions Secretary Martha Walter Le t Administrative Assistant Dorene Poandl Bottom Admissions Secretary Tanya Newson .4 it-N' 7 1-4., ,il 'E 2 x. L "F 1 ra 9 2 t - 3. :S f E 1 21- i y. 4 4 ACADEMIC r .1 :af -F ' :gg QT Y.. L' 'fri I ,fi ,rl .. 0 V t 1 . .,l . ,' aff 'i iv? X 'ri 5. ,-I Y 5 he A .,. L' f L3 25 i AFFAIRS if n....:tn m1 air 'I x F' ' :HI ,' 1 1' I 7 . .- Q , 5 . : .K , .I L. 1 , l I u , f .gs ,z A. fi: - ' ' - Zh- 1 ' -. wif .. fr A ' I K' 41' ' , ".- 1 A be-1 e A bore' N :ce President and Dean Director of Counseling Services Linda Kraft Dr Opey .leaves The Office of Vice-President and Dean is responsible for educational adminis- tration and academic planning. This includes instruction. summer school. special programs. institutional plan- ning and research. counseling, student records. retention and accreditation. 1 .xbrinj -Kssistam Yice President for Planning and Academic Affairs Dr Barbara Sessorns "i Neal: l 5 li lp: Z S. idx-41 5 X i Above Above Secretary for Academic Affalrs OHICC Machines Technlcmn Betty Keene Lllllan Grubbs STUDE T AFFAIRS Above Vlce President for Student Affalrs The OfflCC ofStudentAffa1rs helps the College fulfill tts educatlonal mlsslon as an 1nst1tut1on ofChr1st1an hlgher ed ucatlon The Student Affaxrs staff helps assure a safe comfortable env1 ronment for campus llvmg and learn mg Opportunltles for student mvolve ment are also provnded ID a vanety of extracurrlcular actlvltles The Offlce of Student Affairs Includes resldence lrfe College Chaplaln health servxces securrty and parking student actlvx tles career plannmg and placement and mtramurals Dr J Thomas Johnson Academics 67 'ht mlm. :tg in 3 l 'i -fl . r Af: - A A ,. f X bk . 0 , X x . 'I ' . A 5 ' A , 1 9' N . J 7' K ' " 'fr f -'vr l 1 1 ' ' - D f , 2 f '. , .t , ' j 11 I 0 ' ,., F If . ,. 1 , , S . ,,,. af, A ,. . ' , 4 2 Q Q ,,. L ! I - 1 " 'w'4 ' l I A . - ' ' ' l ' v f.: ' W I . . . I ' 'I F rv . , ' I l fl . V ' X . g , , 1 r , I I I h I s T , S .S V-A-we fs,-:ure .1-::i-rr rzffgif 1 ri.-tJifliaa-:M-fi -.Izf!f'lT-ill' --A--- 7 ,g.3-- Q-,, 3- - , .1 A " , L H -, - 1 51 T ,-ef: ,T?'4f'Z" ,. ':.-.--.-:':':i 'A f I' if :.Ef ' 'Q' Q' ' 1' fp-1,. .-,- - .- ru t ':, A Ze., " ' 'f' , if' ' ,V ' -- '- , 1 5 'e ,, r i 113111. afffif-2 --f:-af-v-ve - ' '--' """' """'e ' ' ., ,:'-+5 I-.filiihiebbiivifdii-as '-S!".f.a-sn-PM -' --'eh ' ' ' "" ' ' ' ' a E r z L- ra- 4-,::" -- rl. ' More Studenf ffaurs G-529 WSP ,.:-of-1 441 e A ID X ePre: dew! or mude e ee rw 0 P .ew e Re U1 rc Be Ol euo 11 e MY' 551 c r'dC D fx 1' lx 4'-me e kr 1 Chunh Re ll r' '19, H rr W Q jf ,W N: . U C YV Z1 sa. M 'lu Y 'An' 51 I ,wr ly J' l I l W , , 3' www .1 . ., ,..-,,.- -u,...... fm-X.-lp-, H ,.Hu-.l,,,,,,,.u,',,,frm lump , . .4 l , V. ...5..,., I-1 'Y Q U U 3' , IW '1 -.. EL 11 551 5' JN I 4 , ,. I1 ,, 5, .. . . -- r.. E I., ', " V A ,, ,, f , F O ,. N ' 43 I rl- 'U' . 3 11' I. M rf : 'V r.. . 51 fm . ru U' ,M -f , -1 Y , . A -U N I . r., , s V L . - 4 1, 1 l 1 1-2 , f 5 , ' 'y ttf' w , m ,lv A N.. , +4 9 ef E! fu 1 , , fm ff pf ' Y W I :f . . 1 ,Z 1: 2' JV ,f f F 7- Ig 1 ' A. DT ,,, ' ' ' . ' I 4,54 , "' L1 Q a - ni . I ' P f . 1 f I - I L ! , F- ps l-N X 1 1 - ' u "I EJ ' ' Af , . - ' 21:9 E 1: f - ' H7451 " , I K, ru , , H gf I 1 Q, 4 at - ,. x A . CL . -4132! Q Z' gg' 1 ml, ff' 0 -- , o Q ww -Q U1 1 ,I J 4 l . 1 '. " 4 A 9.. . N. 9 "' ' ' .. ' 'I , sg: g -ff: i Q 'gus t' x .-.Pj ' V I I r iiudlihnull- Living on campus is an experience that will never be forgotten by students at Mount Olive. Learning to live in close contact with people from ti variety ol' backgrounds is sometimes as challeng- ing as adjusting to the demands olicol- lege classes. The residence directors help provide that place of daily rest for the weary, Left: Directors of College Apartments Darryl and Martha Walter Bottom Left: Residence Directors of Grantham Hall Joyce and James Andrews Below: Residence Director of Women's Complex Tina DeLaine 1 1 l I I l i 2 iz- : is TI , U. ll v 'x P. 'q W., . EI i i- if Yr 1. 1 Q . - "I L. M , V v.. f, ll 5,5 ll. ii ,L 'ff -Zi Z l. I lb w s l . ',i,,A 1 F' v. xi i i ' il fill 4 4 I v lill: lil 1.4 V! f ifv il i f ,ig lil. ii.: .1 tl., 'Fl illil All ,. .i fl i .ii i lui: l'l'iQ Ili f IL: 1 ra' V ll' " 'Elf gi s . VF' : A vy 2 +1 .4- ff,-7 -2:53 Q5 fi? ri f Ag: :I .sei is CO1 I FGF H LL The College Hill staff helps maintain MOC's 53.5 million athletic convention center. This modern facility is the setting for such ex ents as athletic competitions. summer camps, conven- tions. civic meetings and pf.rl'orma1nces by the North Carolina Symphony, The College Hall staff gives careful attention to the many details of each and every event. ' C l.QlQ.Q.l -l i ...Y - fl . r' pw Q la, 4 Myth, li fir-5" miata' v"e"t'2L X1 1, Above: .-r ix - I U Program Director of College 4 T -gi. . Darryl Walter ..1-- . " Left: -.4. ,, 1 Director of College Hall Cole Jacobs Bottom Left: Sports Information Director Brian Dunn Hall 1 It 1 J F' Above, Secretary of Colle Olivia Fountain gc Hall l REGI TRAR S GF F ICE Above Regxstrar Jack Overcash 'SP Ani OO tihluallhnmn The. Reglstrlr S Offluc is 1 very Important in 1 ln tstudtnt x ltfe Student reuords tndudlng gr1dt,s tmnsgrlptx md sthtd ules are kept ln thw olflcc From reglstratlon to grxduutton the Registrar and his staff asslst students ut MOC bv wttlu atmg thelr graduatlon needs -S, Above Secretary to the Registrar Dorothv Rudd Above: ' A ' Above: Above: C0mPU1e" SCVVICC Technician Director-Seymour Johnson Extension Program Secretary-Seymour Johnson Extension Program Grace Whlttield Donald Leacott LeAnne Jacobs Academics 71 r N I nv A1 ', 1:5 , VA Tr., I ..,. 'Jr-' .4 13' ff ,r ' .5 QA .: Eff? is ,l-I .U u22.:,. A: , :.4 -:gd- H lg. :Z !,'v. : . i'., A -..-V .: .,iu? ,x.'., .'a 5.::, Hi., 1 - 5- ' it ' 1 . ' I , . ,- - , ,. 'ffi 4 lgf-54 qv ie. :wi viz, 4 ,A . 'fi .Jie 5 il iw: 1 A 1 :Vg nl'. Hz, lllcf l .wi 1 li? li, -i lil 1 ill lll fl' la J' BUSINESS GFP ICE -1 -1 'l bm U Vice President for Finance and Treasurer Lluyton Everett Below Bookstore Nltinager Happy Taylor 11 The Office of the Vice President for Fi- nance is responsible for all College fi- nancial affairs and care of the College facilities. This office operates the Col- lege Bookstore and cafeteria and main- tains campus buildings and grounds. lit' Above, Assistant Vice President for Finance Weslei Beddard Below- Secretary Tamm5 Keel -u nal ik 1 -Xdmvnistmtitwri Above: Bookkeeper Nelda Smith FI Below: 5gggj'ge3fF'ndnC1a1 A'd college sponsored funds 'QL r ' Si? if-5 i ,iffi IHS fill' IPM ii' I .II ' :hifi end: ,Lic rf" ', i. ii',i TIP, II I II' I J' :Ipi- I' U i Ii II . Ili! IIJI C74 SHI QI i I I III 1-g iii u If 'IE' i. If Iii. Q-i ni in Ti: if I' 1 I I 0 v CAFETERIA 8a MAINTENANCE .IOHN TAYLOR HERMAN JONES NELSON LEE LARRY HARPER O'NEAL JONES BOBBIE ELLIOTT .IIQNIOR JOHNSON WILLIAM MORRISON MANEL MANLEY SHIRLEY MARTIN MARY ANN BRYANT BILLIE SOUTHERLAND BILLY WALLACE EARNEST DYSON BOB CHERRY ROGER HEATH DONALD GUY MARIE BROGDEN Y JOYCE CHERRY MARTHA JACKSON GENEVA STRICKLAND LILLIE WHITFIELD BESSIE ARMSTRONG NJELLIE BEST RLITH THORNTON GEORGIA WELLS JL'DY ,IOYNER MILDRED BEST BERNICE HOLLOWELL LEF GREEN JLILIA FIELDS CLARA GARNER 74 5-Ly .xx sr- if., I Y' A A ' If I1 A bare: A bgvgg Director of Food Services Superintendent of Maintenance Belly Brill Toby Faucelte 7 . i 4 V 1 r 'ff' .ii ga- if-4' ' Ji . W' . - . V V 1 ,d A :ggi Y , wsiiw .. ,ir ' I '- itpih E . Q f X :II I ,Q I 1 S - , - iii 9 ' 3 ffm, , I 41 P . '-1 5. ' I '. fg if , V .. . - , 'J'-I J' 7 :I V f P' 'ivy ff" I ', ' we 4, . -Q 'x : P" f K I . U - V rx Q . A 1 78-2, N ' S' IJ' I I l 412' 44.-.-:1 QQ, ,ffl HQ sm '- 1 - g,i,i.,,.., ::5 H 1 1 - 6- --Q1 i B 1 I A-iii. as..-F A i IT KA 0:5 rm ,,' ,U ', .X I 0 1 ,' '.l. p I OR , JV, cn- ART WRU- Top Left Art students making use of quallty class ume Middle Left Ar Ellzabeth Bennett Bottom Left Ar Mxchael Warnmg Below Jenmfer Wnllnamb lends an Interested eye to the creallve efforts of a fellow student 1 I ,. .' . I A. 1 ru '1 1 Q-fy , , u Q - ,, ,M A XY, ,jf A..- nfisji use f--- r: ig' g.. 52512 1152 :H 'MIT p r. "3 ,G Q, I ,,i,f,L Q:ffnfmmmm :fsfffffgff ! me .Sf X N BUSINESS apex PAEK ' f kr Typ B,N.:e-X D- LMS A Q KI.-cafe l, :JJ B.,N1T15'4' N1 h Ups? R.g,': 5., B, T:-N B: 15:4 HJ? N R .., Bu iz-- S V1.4 Nhl '. X Z-pw. Q Qc Top Left Busmess Nate Reynolds Above Busmess Raymond Robertson Middle Left Business Dr James While Below Beep Bllp Error Dumb Machlne Computermama f ' ser . 1, n 72, F: .v eh., 91 ' 1 '52 S QM. ' 1 .w 5 4 X V5 w LANGUAGE AN L TERATURE 1h J" l -M - Y 5 u S1 Q fb., lf-In-YA. if X., Qusm an rr Rwhz d Dgxw ff 7' v ', I 4 1 , 't am., sg' Rf.. , V. u of ga, ' I A-1N..-.-, , F XE' 4 Turn Lvfl English Dr. Charles Phillips Tap Right' English Dr. Pepper Worthington BOIIUIU Lcll: English Lucy Mooring Butlam Rlghtf Spanish Olga Ruiz lk-wlnugnunna-musinnun-u umm4i,,...u -. ,A ..... .... 1 fx , 1 fx Ax ' x f 9 3 I 1 f f s 'f x f XX' h.,,,f' K 4 -. i i J :QW 'ag 'Q Mmm 49. I .,,-p l Q9 LIBR RY About Lnbrarmn Gary Barefoot Above: Assistant Llbrarian Pam Wood Beluwy Below: Library Library Annle Albertson Polly Warnmg ...,lx t .9-Q 1 l"b 4 tax t s , - f X , m ff, E! ,Le- a 1 tg-I 80 Academics MATHEMATICS Il takes a student 8 hours to dnve from home back to college .1 dtstunee of 580 ITHILK Before lunch the xtudent 5 average speed IS 80 mtlu per hour and after Iumh lt IS 60 mtles per hour How many Qpeedlng tlckets dtd the atudent get' 11. Above Mathemattcs Brenda Cates S... Above Mathematics Kathy Best Right Mathemattcs Dr Ram Verma At ldLf'l1Ix.N 81 W v I 1 Q91 2 :MVS ' K :rg 5, , we MUSIC Above: Music Irene Patten Top Right: Music Carolyn Knox Righlx Music Irene Weldon 252 Academics F, 1 HCS.- v an 953' RECREATIO Top Let? Recreatxon Dr Ron Mendel! Burmm Lefz Recreatlon Carl Lancaxter 'Nw f Above Recreatlon Jameb Lamm Bottom Recreatlon Dee Sasser 'i E Amdemma 81 A :Q 2 s 5 : Z' 6 I ..., ,..,..... .. 1 Arif - 6 ,rfva 5 r 5 Qc.- L ! , I 'll ,1 'br v-X NX Qi- x 'Mp' Recrcduvn Rand5 Straw ber Abuse, Rccrculwn f .-Xl Warrick x-A .-kcddemncs .np-. . 1,1 Top: Recreation Hazel Ty ndall Aborcf Recreation Dv. am Yan Yaclor RELIGIGN MOUNT OLIVE COLLEGE O ginal Free Will B8p t. Chartered in l 51 as uniorcollege o 953 Seni0r0oll09e heel dvlffef granted inl98Z. M A1- 1-1 I i S3 FT' A bore Science liircllc Marlin J S 6-TF! Abosc Science N' i Mi fXC.ldCINIx.x X 'Hu Bmwn IL fi- .f ,. ,, fx '- yr -. Above: Students in Chemistry class learn more with practical applica lion, Below' Lab Instructor Lmda Tenchey -.,. .:. ' it .F -,. 11" hhi-, 1..- emma "1 SOCIA SCIENCE if Above Socxal Scxence Ken Dnlda Top Rlghr Ken Dxlda and Misty Holland share a fnendly moment during reglstratlon Right Soclal Science Dr Jane Johnson Bottom Soclal Sclence Dr Wxlham Huffman 'v 'era- sv f' xk1dCIl'llLS 87 1. Hz: u -1 :va , 1 1 1 Wk I,- L r ,ng I Ye v- N,xxN 'H 'Vw 11511 It as K L ldxxts X 1- VA fl I . x. k'ff 1 ,4- 1 'YN ,Trung 2' Angela Anthony lxtm Appleton ivy. N Xa v-9 S IWW fs Frankte Baggett Linda Benmnghoff Faye Best Mrchael Best Sarah Best John Blackwell .lr Carolyn Braxton Debbie Britt Classes 89 1 all red' vi 2? if 1 r li I. , :f3if?i51f.T:2?.'5l?fifi Wi .' ' 'l ' ., 1 ' , ' ' K, bi ,,, rd .21 . Tiff ' V-F fie- ,gn 312 12.1 it 4. r I lf - :L'rE Q N t 9- x, X I Qvv QU Classes janet Brock Roseunn Bronmton P.1trrc1.1 Bunn P.1tr1ck Byrd Darum Carr Alan Carroll Stewart Carter Betty Chestnut J ' ,ff ,., 131 x ' Angle Coats Robert Cole Vick: Coley T41mm5 Cooper John Cox Kathy Culbreth W V4 ' f'2?A1sj2r Damon D Ambroxuo Marjorie Daughlrw barlh Doughtrw Lorne Hogan Kenneth Houston Betty Jaekson Caxxandrn Dans Graee DdVIb Mark D.lVlb Lisa Farmer John Gamcy Jean Gdrfmeld JeffG1nn Maurice Goodall Amy Hanchey Craig Hansen Margaret Helms Regma Henderson Classes 9l 1 Q 5:-'Z g IW: 21:1 ef-vs ... . . Q -ki gi. .1 , .gf f ,S E F ., -r fp gqzhizilslgv ruehfliiqg' 1 f y I v -l S1 ,',. L ff 10' ...ul a I F21 ,ga Donald .luckgon Dawn .lohmon jf. .lay Johnmn if r Dy-- 555 'fi gy. ' lrmonlc Johnson Gregg Jones J! Wanda Jones Jeff Lune Y l ,W , 'l 4 . ,jx ,Z V ill Lmdn Muybin Penny Merrie. Daniel Moua Tanya Nevuon 1' fr r l Darryl Norman " ixfr Ruben Ovcrmun lf, Wayne Pauley N ' Donna Perry .nl Wil. 7 Y f gl, Angela Pickett 1 Freddie Plcrcc Elaine Rugsdulc N NX 'Quay - , ' 1 lin! H ' lf Q2 Classes Q ..,i 1 I 'R -1 Mdrshx Ravnur Gary Ruse 5 l lll. Pam Roughton Ellen Sandlm Wendell SLOII Lon Sharpe Malcolm Shlvers Marx Slca Falson Sloan Carla Smith John Smlth Jeanette Sullivan Joy Sullivan .lay Summerlin Classes 93 . ..f1. , . mn: Q ....9 Y:-..r r QT? H- W: , 5, If!- 1 A -in 2 1 Ar.-4 I1 :?+4?E?'1'h3':?3"i3N5'?32.f.2?'f' 51. ' ' ' , I Timothy Sumson Ora Truix Judy T5 ndall Darrxl Walter lu "'x TT? Rands VS ebb Dena XX est K, I -'ff 1 d 1 FY v-1 Uxwc-. Slexcn Wm: Txm Woodard Kink Ydrcs James Wilhams Ronald Wllhams Jan Amon Cecil Ard Rubcrl Wl. Buss Kathy Beard Mark Benton Davrd Blackmon Thomas Bmkhouse Beverly Bryant Roger Carroll Andy Davis Raymond Falson OllVl3 Fountam Angela Gurlev Randy Hall Lorrame Howard l-1: 'T' .'- 5' N 'l K. gt., 31.1 nj? L l i 2 .yr ll! . - , 'Q-EH . 'lvl ' nu" .5531 ll -5 3. '13 . l : 'f . . ' . fl F- :ll , lll' llgi "n Z. Ji C llll L. 'gal ll el' Ml l ,. :fl lilyl lla lf. la l li l l l Ii-l ' 1 I ,. :fl gs ll' l lil 1 l. if ,T !'7' li l ,N Q ll gf l-.lf f VAL fi ,V , dw :fins lillfix 95,2-A rig: l 1 r ,T Classes 95 ,x "A ,. Q4 ' A 'fiffqfiffi :Y 5 .Eg 1-F? n. 1 f 3: 4 .Ei x Z? wx .P Y V Q , C I if 1 .f Ql- f Ei 5.3 fra:- ,fi ' ,I X Y'- L" xt .. , 4 1 xg, ' 5- - ' , 1-Q - Nlzkkx Nm,-I: Bezzy Ourlw Debbxc Oulhu Slew Pqvuer N541 Pm: jg: Rem Paul Rlgxby 'Xmhg-ny Rubum 'W' Chun H x L .4 Humphrex rx. v hy .i fmjo e, ec ,I me. lx-smell: Ixxrby sky Lx'-c ma Bubgm Niaj-e R45 N1cXe1l1 kg e New hard Lrl 5 Q vga ,fa E712 rr "x m Q-.- ..4.......4..- ,....4.a...au..--an Chrls Roberts Jeanne Sasser Kurt Saylor Cece Scott Vonder Scott Rebeeca Sherman John Slmmers Jenmfer Smith Lonme Summy Nancy Taylor Laurle Thompson Vera Thornton Chris Tyndall Randall Tyndall Thomas Vick Karen Wall Glenn Warren Debra Whiteley David Whitfield Tou Bee Yang 5 Classes 97 ??'T W'9W5g fxl2Qf' gig-gqit. 29' 2, SOPHGMCRE ' A Englrsh Addms Forde Aley Norma Barton Karen Barmck G1n.1 Bedford Rrchdrd Bradley Thumb Brecdlmc Y-nnde Brrckhouse Curlrs Brock Hubre Brohuxxn Phrl Brown Bryant Bunn Ddrrx Bynum ,lucy Cdgle Dum Curlcr lxchrn Elme- Chrrs Lodis ,Inn Llrllrsr Bmdlcy L mdd-rck filcndn Cruxc Lelgh Culbreth Larrv Dawson Lydra Drurnm Glna Duff Lori Eatmon Lori Elks .lay Faison J Kenny Farfour Melissa Finch Jeanne Flowers Rhonda Flowers Vondell Forbes Joseph Gooch Anna Grady Martha Gunter Timmy Hair Melody Hardy Junie Harper Chuck Harrell Cathi Hawthorne 'J !'4 Classes 99 f1'SBQ??!!E'!' , ,f45l'4'?friY?fl?7 TP!-!154":5f 5 ' "2 ' , + gt? i 'J O 100 Clasncx Marcy Henn Renee Hollowell Duane Ivey Deana Jernigan Timothy, Jernigan Jackie Johnson Jon Johnson Karen Johnson Robin Johnson Roger Johnson Lou Ann Jones Victor Jones Jr Norman Karsevar Shawn Kieft Tiffany Kilpatrick Cindy Kittrell Eleanor Kominsky Cindy Lamm Pamela Letchworth Paula Letchworth Charlie Long Tina Long Q' Timothy Hoyle Melinda Hudson Xxx. I . v'l.SYvf'l 'ivi rv- tr' Roger Mabe Chunk Maddrey Sharon M ll'SJllN Sim Matthews lken Mclxeel Mlchelle Michael Steven Mmhell Wendy Moore Mmam Norman Max Overman Don Pale Jamle Pate Lee Pate Bull Perry Ken Perry Todd Pierce Scott Poole Jane Powell Bennie Price Nell Puryear Kim Qumn Dexter Radford Tony Sawyer Shannon Sharpless Angela Shlvar Rhonda Shuffler Janet Spann Blllle Stocks Classes l Ol l 3 -r L-5, - kj ,Li QPR' 'Vi'ff:PLrlEr-'-'5'?Y'!'ii!i'E"t'!?7A-'gif :'-'fff 3:54 13 21-E' A : , ' ' ' 3 R5 1F71 44 va X. if T r qv 'ag 'Zu , .ll Qu 'Nl :V ,alll Hill hill .4 5 alll' .Mf -pl ll! ,.v alll" x ll li all lf. ,F f 1 gl '55 .g 1 ,jr ,,. K li. l fs. Q.. ff' M Q' ps? l gud 54 ff 1 L Onelda Stone Wendy Stout .leucl Swanson Sarah Sxsmson Wrllnam Tann Ken Thames Sonya Thorlon Amy Tyndall Nhchele Tyndall la A 4'-1-ll X I Chou Vang Christel Wachlling Sarah Walker Martha Waller lxrlslle NN .lrrlelx mu ',4l , :fer Wllhams A WEW eeks Mae Wllllams Christopher Vhse Tommy Wise ,Q W2 Classex CN-9 Q7 Q PM ,+f Dxrwl Nnduwn bmdrx Arnwwud Ulm-. Bukgr bhm Bankslun RobLr1S Bxxx Mdonm Balls Doug Bnlcv Martin Bnlldmv Darlene Bcnhun Donn.: But Donna Bowen lxalrma Boyd Todd Boykln Sum Brady Linda Brown Classes IOJ n v , ,i V T1 ,- -Ol'- ,Ha- fu' ar- un. qu: zgg., ..1 . :zz 5' .. .B 15. life' W.: 'L-iz il f s 5:35 51 I. Q9 ' h e b - w -'C 37.3 , ,,.. A ...Q ,sg 2 Ml -F!" 5?'5F??9 5ff WF! ?!'!-5-53? ff?"-71355. il 3'-5' '1 :-. 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Ch ld MT OLIVE C OI I EGF li ll V' 5 1' PREPARING TO SERVE MINISTRIES NORTH CAROLINA STATE CONVENTION OF ORIGINAL FREE WILL BAPTISTS 0 I 1 J I 4 , I H F g M ' M C g en's X Home - Re I I H ll Il Ch h P II ll F PREPARING T0 SER Lf 1 -v Compllments of The Mount Olrve College Board of Trustees 1986 87 Mr James B Hunt Charrman The Honorable Gerald L Anderson Brrdgeton Mrs Ahce H Barrow Snow H111 Mrss Lourse Edgerton Prkevrlle r L Marvrn Edwards Jr Wrlson T e Reverend C Felton Godwm Newton Grove T e Reverend W J Godwm Clarendon T e Honorable Harold W Hardrson Deep Run John M Hrnes Farmvrlle C B Hrnnant Mrcro C Darrell Horne Goldsboro John Currrn Howard Deep Run Lloyd W Jones Jr W P Brll Kemp Sr Goldsboro S Woodrow McCoy Cove Crty Wrllram M McLawhorn Ayden L Maxton Mack Prerce Plkevrlle Charles W Prttman III Wrlson T e Reverend Raymond T Sasser Wrlson Mrs Edna M Scarborough Mount Ohve Howard F Scott Goldsboro Regrnald T Styron Davrs Lucama North Carolrna Dr Eugene M Sumner Ralergh Dr Annre Mae Sutton Farson Wrlham D Thlgpen Beulavrlle Mrs Lena C Walston Walstonburg Mrs Eula B Whrtley Goldsboro Wrllram S W1lk1ns Mount Olrve M Sherrrll Wrllrams Newton Grove The Reverend M Ray Wrllramson Greenville Honorary Trustees The Reverend Davrd W Hansley Mr Nathan H Garner Presrdent of the North Carollna State COHVCDIIOD of Orrgrnal Fee Wrll Baptrsts UU! pa Z DE I J Elf ' X I :ll I The Board of Trustees rs pleased to jom wrth the students of Mount Ollve College rn therr Quest for the Best . 1 . . 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Dr. James A. 76 Cole. Ruben 54. 55. 90 Coley. Vicki 90 Collier. Jon 13, 18, 98 Comer. Kelly 4. 104 C oope C osta. r. Tammy 43. 49, 90 Nancy 78 Cox, John 90 Craddock. Bradley 98 Crumpler. Kelly 104 Cmse. Glenda 98 Culhretb. Kathy 90 Culbreth, Leigh 53. 99 D'Ambrosio. Damon 91 Dail. Jimmy 20 Daughtry. Marjorie 91 Daughtry. Sarah 91 Davis. Andy 40, 46, 95 Davis, Cassandra 91 Davis. Grace 91 Davis, Keith 21 Davis. Mark 91 Davis. Norwood 78 Davis, Rodney 104 Dawson. 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