Northeast Alabama Community College - Mustang Yearbook (Rainsville, AL)
- Class of 1983
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Text from Pages 1 - 192 of the 1983 volume:
State Junior College
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OPENING 1 FACULTY 16
2 CLASSES 37
BACKROADS 1983 was deslgned by the Northeast Ala
bama State Jumor College Yearbook Staff The publlsher
was the Delmar Company of Charlotte N C and class
prctures were photographed by Wayne Murphree
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CAMPUS LIFE 165
Picture credits: Page 4 Khomer Beaty' pages 1 12-13 16
Randy Satterfieldg page 14, THE CHEROKEE PHEONIX Cal-
houn, lGa.l High School fused by permissionl. A special thanks
to Ralph Edmonds for his help in getting Randy's pictures to us
on time. The poem "Backroads" was written by Cindie
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In Memory of
Randy was known and loved by many Northeast students. He was widely known throughout
Jackson and Dekalb counties as a master photographer and also as a nice and courteous human
Randy spent several days at Northeast making photographs and assisting the annual staff with
photography. He accompanied the annual staff on a trip to Desoto Falls and shared his love and
feelings with us that day. During that day, we all grew really close to Randy.
We were shocked and deeply saddened by his tragic accidental death. We dedicate this annual to
the memory of Randy Satterfield, our friend.
Dr. Charles M. Pendley
The 1982-83 Northeast Annual presents the many different
faces of our new college president, Charles M. Pendley.
President Pendley has been with Northeast State Junior
College for seventeen years. He has served as Business Man-
ager, Instructor, Dean of Students, and as the Dean of Instruc-
tion during his time here at Northeast.
Dr. Pendley holds several college degrees: B.A., University
of North Alabama, M.A., University of Tennessee at Chatta-
nooga and Ed.D., Auburn University.
Besides being a well educated man, Dr. Pendley is also an
avid outdoorsman. He owns a cattle farm near Fabius and has
another farm at King's Cove. Dr. Pendley has served twenty-
eight years with the Alabama National Guard.
I-le and his wife Martha live in Scottsboro and have one
daughter, Caroline, age 12. The Annual Staff is proud to
present to you our new president, Charles M. Pendley, and
wish him much success in the future.
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Dr. Wayne Woods
Dean of Instruction
B. S. Mississippi State University
M. Ed. Mississippi State University
Ed. D. Nova University
Dr. Kent Horner
Dean of Students
B. S. Carson-Newman College
M. C. S. University of Mississippi
S Ph. D. Auburn University
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Business Office Staff
Front: Kathey Black, Accounting Clerk. Back, l
to r.: Lois Dupree, Payroll Clerkg Debbie Town
send, Secretaryg Lenoyette Beam, Secretary
Emma Dean Beaird, Secretary
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Secretaryg Pat Wildman, Faculty Secretary.
Dr. David Campbell
Chairperson, Division of Arts and Humanities
B. A. Auburn University
M. A. Florida State University
Ph. D. University of Texas
Instructor in Sociology
Elaine Brookshire Dan Knox
A. S. Northeast Alabama State Junior College B- M- E- TYOV State Uf1lV9f5ltV
B. S. University of North Alabama M- S' Troy State University
M. A. University of Alabama IYISYYUCKJY in Music
Instructor in English
B. A. Blue Mountain College
M. M. University of Alabama
Instructor in Music and Speech
B. A. David Lipscomb College
M. A. University of Alabama
Instructor in English
B. S. University of Tennessee
M. A. University of Tennessee
Instructor in History
Dr. Jan Roberts
B. A. University of Tennessee
M. A. University of Alabama
Ph. D. University of Alabama
Instructor in English and Foreign Languages
B. S. Alabama A 8: M University
M. S. Alabama A 8: M University
Instructor in Psychology
B. S. Auburn University
M. F A. University of Georgia
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B. S. University of Alabama
M. S. University of Alabama
Ed. D. Nova University
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B. S. University of Alabama Secretary to the Nursing Division
M. S. University of Alabama
Instructor in Nursing
B, S. Tuskegee Institute
M. Ed. Alabama State University
Instructor in Physical Education and Coach
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B, S. Alabama A Sc M University
M, S, University of Alabama
Instructor in Physical Education and Coach
B. S. Jacksonville State University
M. S. University of Alabama in Birmingham
Instructor in Nursing
Diploma, lda V. Moffett School of Nursing
B. S. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Instructor in Nursing
Dr. Carlos Zeller
Chairperson, Division of Science and Business
B. A. Jacksonville State University
M. D. University of Mexico
Instructor in Biology
Cliff Black Betty Fennell
Bi Si Jacksonville State University A. A. Northeast Alabama State Junior College
M. Ci 5. University of Mississippi B. S. University of North Alabama
Instructor in Mathematics and Physics C' P S- Certificate
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B. S. University of Alabama B. S. Birmingham-Southern College
M. B. A. University of Alabama M. A. T. University of the South
Instructor in Business Instructor in Chemistry and Physical Science
Jane Vance Dr. John Vance
B. S. Jacksonville State University B. S. Belhaven College
M. S. Mississippi College M. A. University of Alabama
Instructor in Biology Ed. D. Auburn University
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M. A. University of Alabama
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B. S. Alabama A 8z M University
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Director of Federal Programs Administrative Assistant
B. A. University of Montevallo A. S. Northeast Alabama State Junior College
B. S. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Director of Institutional Research
B. S. Troy State University
M. A. University of Alabama
Kathy Phillips, G.E.D. Secretary
Left: Hazel Gibson, Director
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them in Chorus 101 anywaylv "If only John had a leg like this!
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Janet Knight II Ruth Knight I James Krause Il Ellen Lacey I
Scottsboro Scottsboro Stevenson Henagar
Pam Lacks I Sandra D. Lacy I Billy Hugh Lance, Jr. I Janice Lanier II
Scottsboro Henagar Rainsville Fort Payne
Stephen C. Lankford I Angela Lassetter I Aaron B. Layne ll Charlotte Ledford l
Scottsboro Rainsville Jasper, TN Fort Payne
Richard K. Lee Il
Sarah Sue Lee I Connie Leslie II Debra Light I Cindie Lindsey II
Scottsboro Langston Fyffe Fort Payne
Glenn Little II Charlotte Long I Janice Annette Long II Jerry W. Long II
Woodville Albertville Henagar Scottsboro
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Anna C. MacKey I Darrel J. Madagan ll Julia K. Madagan ll Teresa L. Maness ll
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Susan McClain ll Anthony W. McClendon ll Kathy McClung II Lagena McCollum II
Henagar Henagar Fort Payne Fyffe
Angella McCrary I Tina McCuiston I Sherry McCullough II James McDonald II
Stevenson Hollywood Gaylesville Scottsboro
Sonya McDow I
David McElhaney ll Steve McFall II Greg McGee I Donna Mclntosh II
Fort Payne Rainsville Fytfe Scottsboro
Tammy McMurray I Teresa McNabb I Dana McPherson I Vince McQueen Il
Geraldine Ider Fort Payne Scottsboro
Cassandra Meeks Il
Jerome Meeks I
Robert L. Middlebrook I Alan Miller I Charles E. Miller II Debra N. Miller I
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Donna Miller II Bobby Millican I Larry E. Millican II Marla Moncus l
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Gaylesville Gaylesville Mentone Henagar
Janet Phillips I
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Fort Payne Scottsboro Geraldine Scottsboro
Susan B. Poole I Danny Pope II Patricia K. Potter I Debra R. Powell I
Fort Payne Fackler Scottsboro Pisgah
John Powell Il Pamela K. Powell ll Sylvester Pryor I Elaine Purdy I
Fyffe Dutton Chattanooga, TN Stevenson
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Albertville Scottsboro Scottsboro Scottsboro
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Rainsville Cedar Bluff Scottsboro Rainsville
Connie Richey I Joy Riggs Il Charlotte Ann Ritchey I Edith S. Roberts I
Fort Payne Scottsboro Mentone Henagar
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Ricky Dean Rorex I Carolyn S. Rousseau I
Miriam Roebuck II Jena Rogers I
Jackie Rowan I Randall L. Rowan I
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Dewayne Satterfield I Kevin Schrader I Rebecca Scoggin II Frances Scott l
Pisgah Flat Rock Pisgah Fort Payne
Janice LaJune Scott I Jimmy Seale I James N. Selby ll Maxie Shavers ll
Scottsboro Stevenson Scottsboro Fort Payne
Gary Shelton I Greg Shine I Carolyn Sue Shirey I Kim Shirley I
Scottsboro Scottsboro Rainsville Scottsboro
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Henagar Scottsboro Bryant Dawson
Herman C. Stapler I Hugh Steckel, Jr. I
Scott Stallings II
Sharon Stephenson ll Cindy Stewart I
Gary Stewart l Melissa Stewart ll
Thelma Jewel Stover l Connie Strange I
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Scottsboro Section Henagar Henagar
Barbara Ann Tate ll Dale A. Tate I Bryan Teat l Norma Thom I
Fort Payne Fort Payne Rainsville Fyffe
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Scottsboro Scottsboro Scottsboro Grove Oak
Julia Thrasher I Mark Tidwell I Annette Tolliver II Debbie Townsend II
Stevenson Woodville Scottsboro Rainsville
Renae Townson I
Steve Townson II
Gary Travis I Charles Tubbs I Kenneth Tucker II Harold D. Turner Il
Henagar Section Fort Payne Rainsville
Karen Turner I Thomas Turner I Vicki Lynn Underwood ll Willie Underwood ll
Rainsville Crossville Henagar Fort Payne
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Flat Rock Pisgah Owens Cross Roads Scottsboro
Douglas Brent Walker I Elizabeth Ann Walker II Jimmie C. Walker II Lisa D. Walker I
Hollywood Fort Payne Scottsboro Hollywood
Randy J. Walker ll Russell Walker I Tim Wallingsford I Debbie Warren I
Fackler Bridgeport Woodville Scottsboro
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Section Scottsboro Flat Rock Henagar
Sandra Lynn Watkins l
Dee Watson II Lynn Weatherford I Philip Webb I Debbie Weeks II
Scottsboro Scottsboro Scottsboro Scottsboro
Sheila Westmoreland II Deana White ll Gay White I Jerry White I
Fort Payne Rainsville Rainsville Scottsboro
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Dwight Whitman II Michelle Wilburn Il Patricia Wildman I Regina Wilkerson I
Fort Payne Sylvania Scottsboro Bridgeport
Becky Wilkins Barry Wilks Keith Williams Chris Willmon
Wadull Rainsville Dutton Grant
Monica Willmon Nicky Willmon Angela Wilson Jim E. Wilson
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Rising Fawn, GA Fort Payne Fort Payne Rainsville
Somewhere, in the backroads of our minds, we have learned to cherish the memories of the past, to hold on to the feelings of the
present, and to look forward to the promises of the future.
Looking forward to the promises of the future, we turn down the backroads to look at our past experiences and to learn from them.
For only a short time, we travel down the paved roads of reality that lead us to new super highways.
As we travel down the super highways, we are paving the way for an optimistic, enriching future. When your life on the super high-
way is traveling by too quickly, take a trip down the backroads - it will be the best trip of your life!
Deborah J. Wood Nena Wood Eric J. Woods
Fyffe Scottsboro Pisgah
Susan Wooten Blake Wright Gerald Wright
Pisgah Scottsboro Pisgah
Donna Young Paul Young Karl Youngblood
Scottsboro Collinsville Rainsville
VED THE BEST FO
Pen in hand, not mouth!
The one to see about these pic-
"With my eyes closed!"
'Oh no, not my picture!" t'This place looks as good as any,"
A typical day on campus "Could we go over this again, this time in English?
"Mama said there would be days like this . . .
l'Don't you make my brown eyes blue!"
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Did he say he had to go to see a man about a horse?"
"Art 101, of course it's required for all majors!" "Did he say, cross your feet, cross your hands and relax?
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L'This is registration day, isn't it?"
Given a hand, he'll shake it everytime!
"What do you mean, it's time to go to class?" Returning from a hard day at the campus laundry
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"This is probably the best time we've had out here!"
"They told me over the phone that I could pay
31.00 clown, and a 31.00 a clay on the tuition bal-
ance . . . !"
Judges Jan Conley and Dale Laidlaw
Sharon Hancock and Judge Mike Mitchell
Angie Jones nervously awaits her turn.
WAAY-TV's Country Rover, Jamie Cooper, the Emcee
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Sharon Hancock, Second Runner-upg Jena Rogers, Miss Northeast, 19833 Elizabeth Daniel, First Runner-up 107
James B. Allen Award
The James B. Allen Award was established in 1967 in honor of the late U.S. Senator
James Allen. Voted on annually by the faculty and administration, the Award goes to the
most outstanding sophomore student.
This year's recipient, Steve McFall exhibited outstanding leadership qualities in his
responsibilities as S.G.A. President. He was instrumental in promoting and overseeing the
first ever Miss Northeast State beauty pageant. Popular among his classmates, Steve was
voted a sophomore Class Favorite.
Following a precedent set by his brother Stanley, a James B. Allen Award recipient in
1978, Steve joins Cheryl and Melinda Gorham in becoming the second member of one
family to win the James B. Allen Award.
JAMES B. ALLEN RECIPIENTS
Howard Chandler 1972 Cheryl Gorham 1977 Trena Gibson
Larry Traylor 1973 Teddy Traylor 1978 Stanley McFall
Judy Ayers 1974 Mike Carter 1979 Michael Tinker
Victoria Griffin 1975
Vida Buttram 1976
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Escort. Aubrey Carson
Escort, Jim Ellis
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WHO'S WHO I AMERICAN
First published in 1966, WI-IO'S WHO IN
AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES this year
honors twenty-five outstanding Northeast
State sophomores and the future leaders of
tomorrow. Nominated by the faculty, this
year 's Who's Who recipients represent all fac-
ets of college life. As in years past, biographi-
cal sketches of each nominee will appear in the
forthcoming 1983 edition of WI-IO'S WI-IO IN
AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES.
Nominated students who are not pictured
are: Lisa Carver, Tonya Mayfield, Greg Pntes,
Teresa Steele, Dvvane Warren and Kim
Karen Toth Lisa Harper, Mary Hawkins
JU ICR CULLEGES
Steve McFall, Linda Elliott
Greg Graham, Regina Campbell
Kathy Haggard, Steven Howell
Lee Gant, Donna Miller Tim Woods, Rodney Long
David McElhaney, Sabra Gann Beth Barbee, Lagena McCollum
NESJC MEN'S BASKETBALL
This year's campaign seemed to be unsuccessful from an outsider's view, but what
is success? Is success just winning?
A goal of any sport's program is making the players feel better about themselves.
Sports emphasize togetherness, such as the closeness the players have for each
other. Sport's programs are for the fans, they bring them together and give the fans a
sense of unity within the college.
If our teams have received any ofthe above, the players, the fans, and the sport's
program at Northeast State have achieved success.
Coach Harold Brookshire
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It takes a very special man to devote at least sixteen hours of
this day to basketball. It takes someone who knows that winning
must be the ultimate goal of all of his players.
This man knows that he has to mold boys into men. He knows
that he must teach these boys to have character.
This man is Coach Harold Brookshire. He is very close to his
players. He also exemplifies a great spirit for life which gives his
players incentive to push further.
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Front Row, left to right: Sharon McBryar, Maria Clark, Coach Patricia Smith, Melinda Johnson, Chris King. Back Row, left to right: Cindy
Stewart, Sharon Beam, Angie Buckner, Lisa Harper, Cassandra Meeks, Tina Gogan, Venesia Gouger.
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The 1982-83 season was rather rough for the Lady Mustangs.
They faced a schedule of very tough teams, but the Mustangs
performed well under pressure. To look at their record, one' might
not think that they had a winning season, but what the record
doesn't show is the hours of practice, the pride in their team and
the working unity among them. These girls posessed what it takes
to be winners -- and they were.
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Karen Pemberton, Rita Smith
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Forward Guard Cassandra Meeks, Lisa Harper
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Nevertheless, they worked very hard to keep the Mustang spirit alive.
Their activities were not limited to cheering, they also helped decorate
for the Homecoming Dance, they surprised both teams with cakes, and
assisted Dean Horner in the presentation of flowers to the homecoming
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BACKROADS . . . Northeastls first annual
in eight years. The task of organizing this
memory album would be a great task to un-
dertake, but with a lot of hard work and de-
termination we knew this dream would be-
come a reality for the students of Northeast.
The first step would be to find a group of
students who were willing to put forth the
time and effort. A sponsor was found, co-
editors were named and the staff was gath-
This group of people who called them-
selves Northeastfs annual staff would grow
close in the months that followed. The long
hours spent in the library choosing pictures
and gathering copy would not be all the ac-
tivities encountered by the staff. A picture-
taking trip to DeSoto Falls and a swimming
party in the spring were some of the fun
things we did.
Now, all the work is finished and the evi-
dence of all their efforts are presented to you
in BACKROADS 1983. All the headaches,
sleepness nights, gripe sessions and at time
panic . . . have all been worth it! ENJOY. . .
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Delmar representative, Frank Myers pre
sents cover choices to the staff.
1982 - 83 BACKROADS Staff
Eric Woods, Photographer
Seated, L. to R.: Co-editors:
Angie Buckner, Donna Miller.
Standing, Middle Row, L, to
R.: Cindie Lindsey, Co-Editor,
Clubs, Janice Bailey, Tina
McCuiston, Co-Editor, Clubs,
Daphne Calvert, Co-Editor,
Faculty and Classes, Karen
Pemberton, Co-Editor, Ads,
Marla Moncus, Co-Editor,
Sports. Back Row, L. to R.:
Eric Woods, Photographer,
Anthony Gardner, Co-Editor,
Ads, Jeff Berry, Co-Editor,
Sports. Not Pictured, Diane
Pemberton and Sandra Lacy,
Co-Editors, Features and
Mrs. Bittel, Advisor
BAPTIST STUDENT UN IONI
Baptist Student Union is a fellowship of
students who are seeking to act on their faith
in God while in College. B.S.U. offers oppor-
tunities for Christian growth, fellowship and
The Baptist Student Union symbol repre-
sents the two areas of Christian growth. In-
ward arrows symbolize what we can do to
further one's own inner spiritual growth. Out-
ward arrows represent one's mission and obli-
gation to share onefs faith and one's love with
Students from all denominations are wel-
come to participate in the activities of the
B.S.U. Some of the B.S.U. activities include
state conventions, nation-wide missions, var-
ious seminars and workshops, as well as local
BIBLE study and fellowship.
B.S.U. is presently working towards raising
money for summer missions and World Hun-
ger. B.S,U. not only enhances and promotes
the member's spiritual life, but it also pro-
vides much needed public service.
U. members operate concession stand at
tome basketball games.
it Row, I.. to R.: Cindy Stewart, Missions
irmang Aletha Patterson, Pres.g Tina
Iuiston, Outreach Chairman. Back Row,
o R.: James Sutton, Darrell Kicker,
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Junior College Retreat Representatives
L. to R.: Darrell Kicker, Kin Perry, Tina McCuiston
1982-83 Baptist Student Union
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The Chess Club serves the chess-playing stu-
dents at Northeast State Junior College and
those interested in learning to play chess. The
Club provides inner-club counseling and holds
chess tournaments quarterly. The Club partici-
pated in outside chess tournaments on several
1982-1983 Northeast State Chess Club Members
Dr. Roberts, Sponsor
Tina McCuiston, President
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There are three performing groups at Northeast, the Chorus,
the Ensemble, and the Stage Band. These are open to all students,
music and non-music majors with the consent of the instructors.
The two choral groups are the Chorus and the Ensemble. The
Chorus is open to all students, without audition. The Chorus pre-
sents two major concerts annually, one at Christmas and another
in the Spring. The repertoire is a variety of choral literature from
motets to "pop" songs. Northeast believes "singing is fun for ev-
eryone". Charlene Larson, Director, joined the Northeast faculty
in September of 1968.
The Chorus participates in the annual high school day activities,
graduation, and is available for school, church, and community
activities. The Chorus sang for the reopening of the Fort Payne
Opera House in 1970. Since 1976, the Chorus' Christmas Concert
has been seen on WHNT-TV, Channel 19, in Huntsville and heard
on local radio stations.
The 1982-83 Chorus in Christmas Concert
Charlene Larson, Chorus Director
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The Chorus practices for upcoming concert
ORTHEA-ST CI VI ETTES
The Civinettes is a volunteer civic organi-
zation. Its purpose is to provide voluntary
assistance to needy groups. Activities this
year included supplying fruit for patients at
area nursing homes during Thanksgiving and
Christmas holidays and making Easter bas-
kets for the department of pensions and se-
Mrs. Betty Denton, Sponsor
Front to Back: Tina McCuiston, Cindie Lindsey, Melissa Edge, Karen Pemberton,
Diane Pemberton, Mrs. Denton, Sponsor. Seated, Front to Back: Rita Smith,
Sherry Edwards, Sheila Haney, Mary DeBrock.
Front to Back: Cindie Lindsey, Pres., Tina McCuiston, Vice-Pres
Melissa Edge, Sec., Diane Pemberton, Treas.
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THE HORIZON is the campus newspa-
per serving the students of Northeast
State Junior College. It informs them of
campus activities, student opinions, sports
results, and coming events. Mrs. Propst is
The staff consists of journalism students
and any interested Northeast student will-
ing to give to his or her time and talents.
THE HORIZON is printed in the camp-
us print shop by the campus printer,
Khomer Beaty, with the assistance of Lin-
1982-83 THE HORIZON STAFF
Seated, L. to R.: Kathy Payne, Ann Hamilton, Editor, Jeanette Fariello. Standing, L. to R
Mrs. Propst, Advisor, Robert Wakefield, Karen Dukes, Kevin Brooks, Cindie Lindsey.
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'GA OFFICERS ELECTED--Seated from left are Karen Cooper, Elizabeth Daniel
nd Linda Elliott. Standing from left are Joey Bunch, Perry Peek, Aubrey Carson, Eric
foods and Steve McFa1l.
Pendley Answers Students
By Ann Hamilton
"Just what does a college president
gg?" Students at Northeast want to
ow, and they get a response.
"The buck stops here," replies new
Eresident Charles Pendley, who just
tepped into the post from the office of
dean of instruction.
"In the number-two spot, l looked
only through one pane of a tour-part
window, now, I must look through the
whole." he said.
The four vital parts of the college are
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student affairs, C45 instruction.
Each is a separate identity, according
to Pendley. "However, the first three
support the fourth," he said.
It is evident in conversing with him
that Dr. Pendley weighs each of these
factors equally as he ponders on
priorities for the institution in relation
to his time and his goals for providing
optimum education for all students.
Politics become an ever-increasing
dominion over his time as he travels
near and far presenting the school's
image in legislative affairs. These
trips become more and more
imperative in sustaining what has
already been established by his
predecessor, Dr. E.R. Knox, as well as
in his quest to supply the needs of the
facility for the future. Lobbying
becomes an essential part in the role he
must play while in Montgomery as he
represents the college.
These efforts represent some of what
it takes to maintain the fiscal aspect of
Care of the physical plant itself is a
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Student involvement is the main
goal of the new Student-Government
Association. Steve Mcfall has been
named 1982-83 president. Other officers
are as follows:
Linda Elliot, vice-president,
Karen Cooper, Perry Peek, and Joey
Bunch, sophomore representativesg
Elizabeth Daniel, Auburey Carson,
and Eric Woods, freshman repre-
The S.G.A. planned the fall quarter
dance and is working on two new
projects. The group is trying to get a
new juke box or have the old one fixed
and provide some recreational
activities between classes.
"Our main goal is to get students
more excited and involved in
activities," Miss Elliot said.
Construction for a new science
building is planned. It will be located
in front of the present science building.
The two--story facility will consist of
an anatomy lab, chemistry lab,
microbiology lab, and a biology lab.
There will be prep rooms, large storage
areas and adequate office space for
In addition to the laboratories, there
will be a first aid room, a mechanical
room, and a student lounge.
There has been no definite date for
the completion of the building, but
laying of the foundation has already
The two-story facility will house
laboratories for anatomy, chemistry,
microbiology, and biology. It will also
include a prep room, large storage area,
and adequate office space for the
HELP WANTED --Band Director
Dan Knox needs you if you're
interested in making music. Be it
jazz, pop, or classical--Come on
Along! Contact Mr. Knox for a
place and time to audition.
ASSOCIATION OF NURSING STUDENTS
The Northeast Chapter of the Alabama
Association of Nursing Students helps to pre-
pare nursing students at Northeast for fur-
ther participation in professional organiza-
tions such as the American Nursing Associ-
ation. The Association helps to promote
professional and social unity among nursing
students and informs students of current leg-
islation affecting all nursing students and
This year the Alabama Association of
Nursing Students provided guest speakers
for meetings. They held a Christmas lun-
cheon for the nursing faculty and students.
Other activities included the gathering and
the wrapping of Christmas presents deliv-
ered to Jackson and DeKalb county shut-ins
through the county nutritional centers. The
Association elected delegates to represent
Northeast State at the AANS State Conven-
tion in Huntsville in February.
The AANS is open to any nursing student
enrolled in the college Registered Nurse pro-
gram leading to the A.A.S. degree in Nurs-
ing. Mrs. Bowman is the faculty sponsor.
1982-83 Alabama Association of Nursing Students
Front Row, L. to R.: Sheri Gaskin, Sec., Kathy McClung, Pres., Lisa Potts,
Row, L. to R.: Donna Gorham, Treas.,
Heather Ganje, Historian.
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PHI THE TA KAPPA
The Psi Epsilon Chapter, of Phi Theta
Kappa, is known for recognizing scholastic
achievement at Northeast Alabama State Ju-
nior College. Students must obtain a 3.25
grade point average before being invited to
The objectives of Phi Theta Kappa are to
create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stim-
ulate a desire to render service, to promote
worthy leadership and to encourage the de-
velopment of character of all students at
This year the Psi Epsilon Chapter had var-
ious projects to raise money for scholarships
and other Phi Theta Kappa activities. A tu-
toring service is also provided for any North-
east State student.
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Left to Right: Sandra Lacy, Treas.g Joey Basile, Pres., Mim Roebuck, Vice-Pres., Not Pic-
tured, Melissa Stewart, Sec.
Ben Knox, Sponsor
Students enjoy video games sponsored by
Dhi Theta Kappa. Proceeds go for scholar-
Second Quarter Members
First Row, Left to Right: Angela Faulkner, Tina McCuiston,
Sandra Lacy, Mim Roebuck. Second Row: Susan Poole, Joey
Basile. Third Row: Stephen Lashley, Ben Knox, Sponsor,
First Row, Left to Right: Debbie Walker, Ann Sumner. Second Row:
Joan Bell, Daphne Calvert, Debra Gilliam, Angie Jones, Kyoko Ta-
kanami. Third Row: Dee Watson, Leslie Barbee, Karen Turner, Jan
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THE SPIRIT SOCIETY
The Spirit Society promotes school spirit
and furthers student interest and participa-
tion in school sponsored events. During the
1982-83 school year, the Spirit Society had
Activities of the Spirit Society included
making posters and organizing cheering sec-
tions at home basketball games, hosting the
sport's banquet and sponsoring the Spring
Coach Smiley Harold Brookshire is
the sponsor of The Spirit Society. A phys-
ical education instructor at the college,
Coach Brookshire coaches the men's bas-
Left to Right: Cindie Lindsey, Sec.g Tina McCuiston, Pres
Karen Turner, Vice-Pres. Back: Roger Goggans, Treas.
1982 - 83 SPIRIT SOCIETY
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
Steve McFall, a business administration major, is president of the
1982-1983 Northeast State Student Government Association. He is a
1981 graduate of Plainview High School where he also served as presi-
dent of the Student Council. This year, Steve was selected as a member
of Who's Who Among Students of American Junior Colleges.
The purpose of the Northeast State Student
Government Association is primarily to serve as a
mediator and interpretor between and of the ad-
ministration and student body. The main secondary
function is to provide enjoyable and worthwhile
extracurricular student activities.
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The 1982-1983 school year has shown a
marked progress toward the pinnacle of impor
tance that any representative body should have
Student and faculty consensus has it that the
three S.G.A. sponsored dances were perhaps
the best-decorated and most entertainingly per
formed comparable to those of some large:
schools. During the Winter Quarter, the S.G.A
sponsored the first-ever and highly successfu
Miss Northeast State Pageant.
There is now a pool table in the student centei
by-and-large due to S.G.A. efforts. Homecom
ing, election of class favorites and assisting witl
a T.V.A. forum are among the other school ser
vices that the S.G.A. participated in.
It is felt that the S.G.A. accomplished many of its
xurposes, yet the members share the idea that pur-
moses are only a statement of goals, and goals are
lever-ending. With this in mind, it is hoped that next
vear's S.G,.A. will carry on and improve the actions
ind ideas that have been set forth by this year's Stu-
lent Government Association members.
In conclusion, the S.G.A. members are proud to be
nembers of the student body and participants in stu-
lent affairs at Northeast Alabama State Junior Col-
Kneeling, Left to Right: Aubrey Carson, Elizabeth
Daniel, Eric Woods, Karen Cooper. Standing, Left to
Right: Dean Kent Horner, Sponsor, Joey Bunch, Lin-
da Elliott, Steve McFall. Not pictured: Perry Peek.
Linda Elliott is Vice-President of S.G.A. She is a pharmacy major and
plans to transfer to Auburn University. She is a 1981 graduate of
Sylvania High School where she was Senior Class President. She was
selected as a member of Who's Who Among Students of American
Junior Colleges and is a class favorite.
NORTHEAST ALABAMASTATE JUNIOR COLLEGE
Originally housed in the former home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dilbeck Northeast had
somewhat humble beginnings. In the fall of 1965, while construction was being
completed on the main campus, the administrative offices and the college's first
classes were held in this house located at the corner of Highways 47 and 35.
In one of his last accomplishments, former President, Dr. E.R. Knox, initiated the
purchase of the house and the twelve surrounding acres making the college campus a
total of 107 acres. In the fall of this year, the house and several outbuildings were
removed and the campus boundary extended on the west to Highway 47.
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space for the college's expanding word
processing and data processing pro-
grams. The modern, two-story air-con-
ditioned building is the heart of the col-
lege's business education program
housing the foremost in word process-
ing equipment in the state of Alabama.
It is also the center for the increasingly
popular computer science programs.
CECIL B. WORD
Dedicated on January 19, 1982 in hon-
or of the late Cecil B. Word of Scottsboro,
the Word Learning Resources Center of-
fers outstanding facilities and resources
for Northeast's students and faculty. Oc-
cupied in the spring of 1979, the two-story
building, highlighted by triple outside
towers houses the library's 40,000+ book
collection, a learning laboratory for indi-
vidual use, a career laboratory, an audio-
visual classroom and a fully equipped
close circuit television studio.
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Perhaps the most varied facility on campus, the Health and Fine Arts Building was completed in 1970. Not only housing
all classrooms and faculty offices for the arts and humanities and physical education, the building has a two-story 3,000 seat
gymnasium equipped with a stage for large campus presentations and graduation. A 500 seat auditorium for campus
assemblies and community use is located on the second floor. The building also includes a piano laboratory for individual
practice, locker rooms for gym classes and varsity sports, art rooms, and an up-to-date language laboratory.
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Part of the original campus quad-
rangle of buildings, the Student Cen-
ter is the focal point of student activ-
ity. This year saw the addition of a
regulation-size pool table, and the
installation of several video games
for student use. Cafeteria-style hot
lunches are served daily. The build-
ing also houses a faculty lounge, a
security office, and the offices of stu-
dent personnel and guidance.
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In 1980, Northeast State graduated its first class of
Registered Nurses with Associate of Science degrees
in Nursing. Up until this time, Northeast's nursing stu-
dents has been awarded degrees from Calhoun Com-
munity College's nursing program. With classes begin-
ning in alternate years, nursing students are offered
clinical situations in the hospitals of both Jackson and
DeKalb counties. Noted state-wide for a program of
excellence and quality, 90013 of the 1982 graduating
nursing students passed their state board examina-
tions on the first try.
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COOPERATIVES today come in all sizes and kinds. There are co-ops
for electric and telephone service, credit unions and farm supply, health
and day care. They're found in urban, suburban and rural areas - all
over the country. The cooperative way of conducting business has an BUILUNG ABE-I-TER AMEREA
impressive trace record - meeting common needs of people.
Co-op people are proud of their cooperatives . . . Knowing they pro-
vide services and jobs that benefit the whole community.
THE SAND MOUNTAIN ELECTRIC
COOPERATIVE IS YOUR CO-OR
That's right! We are owned by those we serve. We are one of several
co-ops in your area that is working together for a better community - a
better America - AND FOR YOU.
SAND MOUNTAIN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
"Owned by those we serve"
638-2153 659-2153 657-5137 228-6653 635-6344 845-151 1
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