Northwest Mississippi Community College - Rockateer Yearbook (Senatobia, MS)

 - Class of 1973

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W ,.. nfl'-P5 ,d'QQi4M eeW, ,M M A " " ' ' '11 E f " 4 ' . if. . , fm ' l fvgz ---..., -Q., avg' L till Q the festival of people departs for distant places enthralled by enticements that divert each from the ordinary. 1 S 1 Nl i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I X N X I X N x I K x K N N X 22 the festival of people listens to the echo of quiet that is the night, accented with mystery and seclusion. Fecatu res Hall of Fame Chosen by vote of the faculty and staff, the five sophomores of the 1972-1973 Hall of Fame are recipients of the highest honor students can attain at Northwest. Emphasis on the selection of the 1972-1973 Hall of Fame is on scholastic achievement. Other factors in the determination are participation in campus and community activities, qualities of leadership and integrity, and contribution to the ideals and obiectives of the college. Each has had a consistent grade point average of above 3.5 of a possible 4 points, qualifying him for the President's List of Scholars for three semesters. Also nominated for the Hall of Fame were Martha Ashe, Carla Roach, Otis Sanford, Susan Shelley Clark, John Henry Coving- ton, Conchita Crawford, Joe Nunnally, Terry Thomas, Jan Dew- bre, Carla Ferguson, Becky Flowers, Linda Davis King, Gregg Freeman, Dan Harris, Mitzi Jones, Susan Snell, Charlene White, and Rita Darby. 'if Ju- ' ff' K Tl 1? 'Ur ' l ,, , '1 Wg 74. v fj I LMP GLENN SMITH, labovej majoring in science, was chosen outstanding student in sci- ence. He is also president of the Science Club and a member of the Bilingual Club, Phi Theta Kappa, and the Student Government Association Senate. SHARON NELMS, Ileftj a major in general business, is president of the business organization Phi Beta Lambda and was selected outstanding student in business. Repre- senting the Northwest chapter as Miss Future Business Executive, she entered the state contest of Phi Beta Lambda. The coed is also reporter of Phi Theta Kappa and a member of the Student Government Association Senate, Sigma Tau Sigma, and Methodist Wes- ley Foundation. She is one of Northwest's representatives in the 1972-1973 Who's Who among Students in American Junior Colleges. MICKEY ALDRIDGE, ffopj a business maior, is president of the Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes and o member of Phi Theta Kappa and Phi Beta Lambda. He represented the Northwest chapter of Phi Beta Lambda, hav- ing been selected by a panel of iudges, in the Mr. Future Business Execu- tive competition at the State Convention at the University of Mississippi in February. A member of the Rangers football team for two years, the ath- lete was presented the Hustle Award as a freshman and won honorable mention for the All-State team os a sophomore. He will appear in the 1972-1973 edition of Who's Who among Students of American Junior Colleges. JOHN CHIMAHUSKY has a perfect grade point average for three semesters as a pre-engineering major. He is president of the local chapter of the National Society of Professional Engineers and is a member of the Science Club. He was chosen outstanding student for I972-l973 in both engineering and mathematics. 28 ,,-'VU' XX 'FN- ,.Q., -J irc . ,i t.:-416,-grim, MHZ- ' lg' ll Hall of Fame ,, t5"!".o Q TVR' P -.i ' dy'-.-'IQ' ."' 24,9 V 3' sy T .is MARILYN LEAVELL, maioring in business, represented Phi Beta Lambda, of which she is treasurer, in state competition as Miss Future Business Teacher. As a freshman she won second place as first alternate in the same contest. She was named outstanding business education student and was a winner of the academic scholarship in business. The prospective teacher is also treasurer of the Women's Council and a member of Phi Theta Kappa. She was selected to appear in the I973 Who's Who among Students in American Junior Colleges. wi? Ab av' 'EIYIY '--Q... yi- Miss Northwest 1972 Jan Dewbre The reigning Miss Northwest, sophomore .lon Dewbre Ishown on the opposite page and af leffj, represented the college in the Miss Mississippi Pageant in Vicksburg in July and was named co-Miss Congeniality lopposife page bottom leftj by her fellow contest- ants. Jan was chosen Miss Northwest by a panel of five judges after competition in evening gown, swimsuit, and talent. The beauty gave an original comedy reading for her talent performance. Other finalists with the title-holder in the Northwest McLendon Union-sponsored event fbelow, I. to r.j Julie Manning, third alternate, Ruth Ann Webb, first alternate, Candi Collins, second alternate, and Jo Ann Hobbs, fourth alternate. Mr. cmd Miss NWJC T I, . k.A.:QLvg2"Q ,. Q . x..-Y-' - J ' ' - ZQ ' Pictured on Iopposite pagej and Iabovej are Ginger Allen and Johnny Tyus, Mr. and Miss NWJC, elected by their fellow students. l- - 'lCI..Ehn-"Z I' ',l Q Q' '.,. 'W Lt! 1 , Q .og U . : 4 .if ,. ' A 2 " 0 K 'A . . at f' ' a . I A In 1 ' Q' . t 'PM t -'ln Q Q ' 5 U ,fu - . Q . Q , Q n H ' : 5. n . Jim' It ' E ' n A - AA A a q 'R' , - o n ., A ig' If A n ,I -5 ' N n V 4',V .L ' 5 3 - . ' ' h Q' 'Q Mr. and MISS XNWJC - P' P 8A Johnny Tyus and Ginger Allen n 3 F . 6, 3 JA 1 im K . M S: ' swf if ri , , KF' '. - 1- Q 1:1 ' qv 4'-?:'5'..1 ,- , it nh f', V- Y . L Q ' 1- . .-Q T4 I A , -f-"L S1 - N., ' '. ' I ,gf 'g ,, nf!! xx xl.: . " J' -.s -. 4 ,-,I K ' ll- .1 .lv 'N' F4 1 bibs ,- A .b. 'L' 4 I l L R ' Z E i , : 5 v x 7 2. P: C' Most Beautiful Carlo Ferguson , I Q. -e Y 1 x I X i 9 f,' f , .. , fl' ,,, 7 -- -' .4 -" 9 ' if my 2 x L.. ,I , ! --V X3 ,Q ,JH .,,, 4' g , .r L' , I r ff ' ' S' :Sw qi! .-pus-.nu-O"' X I ,fl -, , I -:Q - 1 W 9 1 ' aff.- -'Q ' "If 'E o 'QA-Q. 1' X, V 4' I If ---Q "' 4. Uv, 'T su .J -A...n."- . 'T 1 ' .- J ll. ' x . ' K X I . X W fl Q if-. .41 fa? was I ,. 1 -I -AQ A' AX! , i Beauties fi i ,- 4-'wg :GY f""'f' 36 1 .J- .saw- Q. w. ,Ir H ' ff . Aging , '- b 4'- fl' Q f -1-fun., , I, uf, Y e sv. P . A .T X Ljof Q Cb , -X .., A J W .u -Pd' AIP' - ,vnu . ' If-w e P., .Ag ki- W- If In ' f' in Y ls, x as f yr, AJ I , -E X if f 4 N Q ' N .0 K K t 'I' X Northwest beauties are Iopposife page, fopj Terry Thomasg lcenferj Jon Dewbreg Krightj Charlene Whitey ffhis page, fopj Carla Fergusong fbotfom righfj Julie Manning. QP' "YV r, Beauties Sophomore favorites Ifhis pagej are Denise Harris and Boyd Cole. lOpposife pagej Teresa Chamberlain and Howard Love. rugs Sophomore Favorites "- z xf "5 'xx' Q -X, XX , . 'FMU' 00. f ,, , A u', " 1 irfwba? " 7550.11 'Wu ' -'I'-he - 4 in Q "-If-Q '. , . I 1 aft "... Q nl Y '9' Us . , ,QU '71'1'!"-Q,,v gf:-'F 15,21 ' A ' xarrs N1 it 1, , -I1-I I .- 'LN RIQTQ5' ig-ru Chosen Freshman Favorites are Iopposife pagej Janet Bishop ond Donny Roy McKittrick and fabovej Sissy Tonksley ond Walter Denton. "Rally 'Round" - Homecoming T972 Homecoming 1972 was different . . . a bleak day, October 28, but actually plenty of warmth for spectators and participants. After a rousing rally downtown by the Band, the Northwest Misses, and the cheerleaders, Queen Charlene was crowned and her court introduced in traditional ceremony in front of McLendon Center. The Queen, with her court, reigned over the "political rally" in the Center ballroom, where skits depicted the decades l92O's through the '70's. The midway on the patio swarmed with alumni, guests, students and staff for games of skill and fun, while more physical feats such as sack races were performed outside. The traditional alumni banquet, football game with the introduction of the court at halftime, and SGA dance climaxed the annual event of "Rallying 'Round." The court with their escorts include Ioppo- site page, l. to r.l Bill May, Julie Manning, ' Johnny Tyus, Ginger Allen, Billy Person, Queen Charlene White, Dwight Lancaster, . A , 4 3 -Q Jamie Agostinelli, Randy Turner, and Cindy "'. Rials. SGA president, Carla Ferguson Ileftj l ' crowns Queen Charlene. Charlene, chosen .g,,. State All-Star Queen, was crowned at half- time of the Mississippi Junior College All- s mr Star football game at Tupelo. In wlunuuqq fume- ...i - V- ev- Es MQVQ E"CHNTC1l- EDUC!-,NON f VV M J l1 I !l1 , M C yi' TROJANS 4'-1 .c.'-fa C V . , :rg 1..,.,f'1':""'iif ' .' Homecoming 1972 The 1972 Homecoming court included Ibelow, I. to r.l Jamey Agostinelli, sophomore maidp Julie Manning, freshman maidp Charlene White, queen, Ginger Allen, sophomore maid, and Cindy Riales, freshman maid. ' ' .J-fa--.-. ' 46 71--v-uv-11 . .l'l-A, Jin , Az. as ' T' 'K . '1- ' I 4 . ,I iw Q X H 47 Fun cmd Gomes Homecoming I I -: 'JI .u " sIg,,':' iiq. 'sl-'-In Dill N VL!! lun - ilfjiii ll ll gg... '. . .-gi. lvllrtii .. 'l -eg: , I", sgyfggqhgl . "'-' 4T"1 .,4f'Q7 "1" ' I V ,-n C 'Q' ,, . JI!" vw n Ni' I f .2 im -15 :VY , ' -. A "' lair," my '41 L 5 'ul I Af. I 2,1 I ,. f--Q , H. gilgjfw : rp, , 'JA-..i1..'f" N N 1 'XA 1 .1-4 -1, 343 . w., , , - 3 ' 1 - .' -V455 . '55-Y, ja if ':J-La. sn' :s 4- r j 27' "f . 'Ula' -rfsi:-4 .. 1 -' I - e2',z'fllfiC" Q is ll 1 l iw 'lfirfl is LW, , 4 "2-- -............- li 3 5 I f., "L ,,a ef mme: I lfop righf1CharloHe Day, speech, labovej Ricky Broadway, agriculture, lrighrj Patricia Meek, secretarial science, lopposife page, Ieffl John Chimahusky, math and engineeringp and Sharon Nelms, general business. xcac A f' Yiffi- 1 'N A' . if F1-'Q ' ffl '. "', n , ' -4,a1.r,:yig1:.' of fi, , '71 1'--,, '-Q, ,. ' H' "v 1 1 . 1 1 4 " 235.93353 pref . Jfvrr, 4.311 ,4 1"..-1 Q ' ,WWIH 2:17f.' fd: ' 1 wi ffsffws , x 1 Wig: ' ' ". r E ,i vin iw l.:'4fJQ:rsiil ' ' z 'f V - ,uf JT"" 'x-Ti,-r. ,Fwy -1. ...nh 52,52-f'grg,f-:A+ 1 w, , ' -'11 smug, V-if . M, . i'f!2l1g,i.' MQ, I t ISL. o 'l':':f 1. Q- ' wf n ', .. 4 - f-H"'A5'9,:. gf f ,la 45 . .s v I HX' wa' ' , . ., 'Jr VC!!! "'. . I O f, pq xv In . ,,xu , ,N -, i. 4 f. I' . ' s "Q 5 ,f . .. ' . ' YQ ff' X lifg .1 lf its ' 3' xrl, H 1, ""t w 0 Lwfx' I' VX fo ..v.' x CC., .742 M.. I 'Cf' 'fy O 'f . . ' ,i o o 1 o- 'fa X. ., Ii f. . ,W yfw. nr A ,cry 1,-I 00 , O b 'F .si 1 1 N. 4 V 5 11'- S-1 wh.- W. Y Cutstanding Students Outstanding students in 22 maior fields of study were named for 1972-1973 by the faculties of each department at North- west. The honored ones were chosen for their academic achieve- ments and other activities in their specific areas to be spotlighted in the ROCKETEER. .,1 5:11 ,Zhi ff 'Qc IU 9 I I I uf'- ' ,Lg , X 'va I . , , . ., j'4 uf. . Z I fluff. .f, 'f' Xi .Q ui rr! Q 1 ix Outstanding Students -L S I Y P 0 N-,, R L '-Q U x NY X fopposife page, fopj Martha Ycncis, dafa processing: Ifar leffj Linda Devereoux, Eng- lishg fleffj Mark Maiovski, fechnicalg ffhis page topj Otis Sanford, journalism, and X Terry Barr, arf. Y 4' va. X WL xl wl-"- PK ff 7,1-M "fl, .---r i ,. --......,. V M v f --sway... I .3 fi x V up q Outstanding Students Irhis page, top lefrj James Coving- ton, trade and industrialg ftop righfj Marilyn Leaveil, business educationf frightj Mitzi Jones, educafiong loppo- site page, Iopj Joe Nunnally, thea- treg fbotfom leftj Martha Ashe, lan- guageg and ffar rightj Jeanette Gur- ley, home economics. 7 I"'ff vf Q xltx' 't 11 ' 1 S-- W ' 3' Q xp X i I 7' f ww , I vw xiil F' .l IIV xffhr FY 1 nnnla' - I 11 ummm I rim fy I . n.n1,f,,,,,, ur V . I ts x Q: f . . :sg -,-V , .f, .,.' ,.... .-VH, X suns 1" '15 ' fd: ' ' Q , :I X , 1 M, I - 'Q C 'J I . MQ X-' 4 N I ff! " I ' s C. V. 4 C C 1 i 2 4 1 1 i 1 - s :nw 3 'N Eff. PB, 3i EL., f Eh itz, ,, C., E? , 4 , M3 -a..-w.m.'a.:z- . fi s , ,1,,,,3 is 1 l l Outstanding Students GN Q, 5 fe' lThis page leftl Kenneth Murphree, social studies, frightj Carlo Roach, music, Iopposite page, topj Glenn Smith, science, flower Ieftj Bill White, broadcasting, and Ileftj Annie Davis, physical education. ww Q5 Mx wh- Q fm iv In .X 5 1 A 4 1. Ss ETF... A .QI L ,WVFP :,.. C -Q ...I -I uit ...sl nl 1 u El Q ,gill I A Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges Twenty-three Northwest sophomores were nominated for the l972-1973 edition of WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES. Those selected as being among the Nation's most outstanding campus leaders will have their names and personal information included in the publication for their academic achievements, service to the college and community, leadership in extra-curricular activities, and potential. 'ox as-'Y 4. K if sri I 1 HCI-R ,Q ...qujw ll 1' 78- .K , S-CW' :Q u" rf ..' -v--o 5- i , D V.,-fn-, 15--1-wa, -.- -,.,---w'vnr- -' ' f-f . l Vu 4 :NNN . 1. 'N f I , 1. Xx , .fp Q' , if O , X I Q IV' aff" f' .-f-5,5 Q-. Vw in V, .7 5 1' .N l' g ' Y T Opposite page, all l. to r.1first rowj Mickey Aldridge, Virginia Allen, Sam Armstrong. Isecond rowj Martha Ashe, Teresa Cham- berlain, Michele Clark. fthird rowj Boyd Cole, James Henry Covington, and Rita Darby. This page, Ifirsf rowj Jan Dewbre, Carla Ferguson, Dan Harris, Mary Jo Hilli- ard. fsecond IOWI Mitzi Jones, Marilyn Lea- vell, Debra Meers, Sharon Nelms. lfhird rowj Otis Sanford, David Putnam, Glenn Smith. ffourfh rowj Terry Thomas, Randy Turner, and Charlene White. Union Events Involve People j if ,' '3 , IL" 1 ',.. f Q, l A Q e - Ei Conway Twitiy and his bond Iabove and top rightj played for the Bock-to-School Dance. The Union also sponsored o coffeehouse featuring Backwater frighfj, X -:.. Wm' H71 ' Z. Qyf? I . Happening 72 Q... - .-.- x.,-flf ' E lg X ' 1 X 'lx ' . . ,s9'g'."-W , " xt..-J4'f'K7.' ,.. 1 .- I ' 1 , - H NV.. ,VL--'Z - yn, 4-.-.,,,-5, X ff' 1' 'wi ' X-Y k' - 3 V ' 5 4-', an 1 i ' fgS:'T4' X 1 ' If 1 . BJ.. F' -. tv ,J I E v 1 L 62 5 Enfertcunment First semester enterfczinmeni included Iopposire page, lower leffj Sofa, flhis page, fopj Vince Vance and the Valianfs, and lboffom of pagej the Avcmties cmd Soul Revue. I Q 1 1 i 1 1 ED 4 MQ k an ,i'ff1,.m , .4 ,il Y s. 2 E E Entertainment during the second semester was provided by Ioppo- site page, fopj the Royal American Showmeng fright and opposite A I page leftl Liberationp and lopposite page rightj Phaedra. 4-S 1 av H333 ' "L.,l?Z ' " ' ' ' W 64 .Il Union Entertainment Series 1, , - , 1 A A-. I Q 'V . k?.Qf'.u. . Z., .. 'A 1 swf 4-,, 1 '731. -" '7.. 7' - ?6vi5s. .-.3 U 1 . ,J,"f- . ' l ,f 1. .:.x -1 '-i1iI.3.4f?'3,lb:-li i kg, If Kyiv!" 'N 'i?if+!f' f 4 Ju., N . J .J 12: 5,5-.'-,1'1N.-:1k:.',,' N, f "f'f,'-'Tr fr ' 'gg 123' -.:-:x-x:g:u-- . 'Wy-kr-,lj 'bn ., Lb: fgfy..,,-Q - -..- -.--, ' '...-..xk . ,-v-Y'1-i-'if-I-.-mf' ' - Nw 1 - .1 '2.5S?5h.A I :' " N- . X- A .,,,,.r N.- -,.-... ,- V iq 1 1'- wx t w",'-.g-.:- -.sn -'---'. ..,1 - X u. gk ' .' ef. 'N -'. . make. -X Ln. -N- . . xr , X H- ' -v-If-Y 2.-vx 5, ,J .2 9115- -- '3 .yn ff? Q T, .3 1 :N 4- 45 . .3 ,,,- J' ,. f, :lum- T75 . r: 1, Fine Arts Productions Theatre and music productions on campus were severely curtailed from Novem- ber to April because of the extensive renovation of the Auditorium in progress. Performances by A Dozen plus Three, song and dance group, were for the most part oft-campus and members did spend many hours on the bus to and from con- certs in the area. The Singers Candlelight Concert was held in the Senatobia High School. The production of the drama "A Man Called Peter" Ipictured on the oppo- site pagel was presented in October before the Auditorium was dismantled. The annual all-campus musical was postponed until late spring. A 1 1 'A . fl , "" I 'Y ., Kj I 4 ' x .rx b I' 15 'S . . A V, X N ,V gx ,M 'gg f T- A tsl t tf r A Y BY im ,lgh , ,wtf Q .. E x 1 X fit' 6 xc -- " X . XX , f tl I 3 cg ' 1 qi 52 '-I 9 E,'.f' "A Man Called Peter" Leading roles were played by John Holder and Sandy Sledge. Other cast members were Gay Dungan, Billy Thomas, Joe Nunnally, Richard Zook, Jr., Gwen Hasting, Jan Dewbre, Dan Harris, Henry Gallant, Doris Jean Herring, Kathy Townsend, Julie Strange, and Nancy Floyd. vi Q! X s f s ,f ,fy Among the monthly art exhib- itions were those of the Memphis Academy of Arts faculty, above and lower right, and Jim Hardin. Mr. Hardin, water color artist, is shown right with Jac Young, chairman of the Art Department. Other exhibitions included the sophomore students display, one by the Hinds Junior College fac- ulty, and paintings and drawings by Lois Corinth. 68 Involved People The variety of activities and events in 1972-1973 inspired people to become involved in those of greatest interest to each. Christmas, of course, held the interest of just about everybody at the college. Phi Theta Kappa members were busy hosting the State Convention of the fraternity Ibot- tomj in the Fall. The first Northwest-spon- sored rodeo Ileftj sponsored by the FFA, drew a crowd from not only the college but also from over the Tri-States. The State Con- ference of the Mississippi Junior College Press Association, the Drug Conference, and the Spring Arts Festival were among other events for involvement. 1 ,',.. I T! f 'C -J t QQ l gf' C En l l ll ll il l il l il ll C2 A ll ll- 2 r .Q -K .lr .fi . N-f ,V J .xr La' A 1 ul LL ,.L 93 'f F M .1 L N U I w N 'W I ,f- . 1.-. f -.. X , F Y I ' 1 V K ' ' ol' Mx I U' s y ' f A I X 4 fl ' x 'Q f' N1 ' ' N1 o x 4 ' - I . If ' A W NURTHV IST mrsmicmrb JUNMR Conf 4. "'3"'J' 'J .sb l 1 2 v W , ' gs 57 .A , sn. 6-' 5' 5 ' U -.3 gg - , , .,s:. - J I Eff. 4 'F M f f MQ , A . , .V ,I N ', V J' . Llp' 1 N '1 ' J nl-,M Xlb I Y, 76' ir X A n bw ' - X5 I 5 I Vx .. 1 f Q - XV x N Q' ff ' ' ,JL f 4 E Q If ' iffkxxl -A' ' ., I 4 'Lk V! I' by ' " ' U ' A . 2 ' jw s ? Il r-'li Student Government Association Members of the Student Government Association are Sam Armstrong, v. pres., Robert Burnham, pres. of Men's Council, Jan Dewbre, pres. of Women 's Council, Carla Ferguson, pres.f Billy Gray, pres. of sophomore classy James Ray Uimbol Hamilton, pres. of freshman classy David Mallory, Senate pres., Bobbie Ogle, sec., and J. R. Reese, parliamentarian. Senate .tx I li V? N, C l l i -" , - . 1 . 5 . H C.-. . , Q'sl fm L. 5, The Senate is comprised of Martha Ashe, Robert Burnham, Bobbie Carmichael, John Chimahusky, Lynn Cox, Connie Crawford, Charlotte Day, Becky Flowers, Denise Harris, sec.-treas., Mary Jo Hilliard, John Holder, v. pres., Bubba Hudson, Pat Johnson, Mitzi Jones, David Mallory, pres., Debra Meers, Gwen Miller, Terri Morris, Sharon Nelms, Joe Nunnally, Onaye Readenour, J. R. Reese, parl., Carla Roach, Otis Sanford, Larry Shields, Glenn Smith, Nancy Swanson, Terry Thomas, Randy Turner, Gloria Vance, and Bill Wigley. ll. all ',glil lgilgl 2l,le' eil X 4 l l s l li ls E 3 2, 4 - 2 33g . .ff-g Women's Council The Women's Council is composed of Ginger Allen, reporter, Cindy Ashford, 2nd v. pres., Bobbie Carmichael, lst v. pres., Shelly Clark, Taylor dorm pres., Sandi Coleman, Yalobusho dorm pres., Rita Darby, parl., Jan Dewbre, pres., Mary Jo Hilliard, sec., Sherry Jennings, Tale dorm pres., Mitzi Jones, Bobo Hall pres., and Marilyn Leavell, freas. Men's Council l l 1 QP to serve on the Men's Council are Darrell Brown, sec.-treas., Robert Burnham, pres., Bubba Hudson, Reginald Johnson, and Wendell Key, Ouitman dorm Bill Thompaon and Garnett West, Gainey Hall representatives, and John Whiting, v. pres. .V Q 4 intl , 2? M -UC A -:ia Ranger Rocket 5 545: X, 4-2 we V FQYQE' I--td' ,4::g.,, .V .. . --3,,.f - 3 Y ' 'i Working to publish the weekly Ranger Rocket are staff members David Putnam, editor-in-chieb fabove rightj Otis Sanford, executive editorf John Whiting, news editor, Aaron Belk, sports editor, Georgia Murphy, business manager, Bobby Dawson, assistant business manager, Jan Dewbre, staff artist, David Lowe and Mike Young, photographers, Darrel lBrillol Brown, sports columnistg and staff writers, Billy Fuller, Bob Wallace, Denise Harris, Jean Green, Becky Bland, Ramona Brewer, and Willie Thomas. siV'N X -.x Rocketeer Editor of the l973 Rocketeer is Renee San- ders Ibelow rightj. Other staff members include Karen Barbour, Rebecca Conner, Joy Denton, Earline Ford, Malcolm French, Mary Jo Har- drick, Verda Harris, Larry Hollingsworth, Alice Jones, Rena Knight, David Lowe, Bruce McElroy, Robert Nicholas, Keith Renick, Sissy Tanksley, Bronwyn Waldrip, Teresa Wood, Carolyn Woo- ten, and Mike Young. 7.4 in Q , l-"4 lf .- if .lvl .ri ,i 6 I. -asv Il V l 77 5 Northwest Marching Band J vw sv 1 ffm .1 , , 4 'Al ,A lu f,.,f-fyld.. y, ,. ll?" .H , ,f f ,4 I, , . 1, 3,- IJ5 'LA R, - f ,v 'ff 34 V- H I .vm , ' f ' '1-2' .9 ,r ' 1? U 1 ,lf iw , , ,f,,f- -wr -... ,. mx f,,,,4.,i4m,,, ,A Y, V y, . sf.,-wif. rif'A?,72-I 'lui '.'f'.r:r'i',f:Ai31 1 gay' t'f..,', f-"f -',':.?":' ., , 4 14' tin, .1 I ff, u .. ,23u,wv1gf,',,u,' g 4 1 ' ,- -' -1' if yy- J 1 , ,Hs u,ff,,, v,,,,3If 1 , A . ff?-,1e.Wf ff at - ff 'fe A f A -, -. , . gsQ-,1y-',7f?- ', .f ,V " i', ff ' -0 : 414 ' 5 yu 'lyvfm , 1. 1 5 fa ',,,. i . M .KIM y . My f vw- ww- ., . ., , ,., , 14- ' In. ml, A-151 ,,, Mfc-i gral' L" . , ravi" , , ' 'P ' Jazz Band Band members are Yvonia Adams, Larry Alexander, Doris Anderson, Martha Ashe, Carol Bell, Margaret Bouchillon, Floyd Brooks, Whit Crowley, Lee Dixon, David Dowdle, Sheila Ferguson, George Forest, Danny Gaines, Kenny Gowen, Ann Gris- ham, Dan Harris, Bernard Henderson, Gra- cie Jones, John Jones, Minnie Jones, Sherry Knight, Phil McClain, Amanda McKittrick, drum maiorette, Danny McKittrick, Nancy Millikin, Dean Murrah, Oliver Nelson, Charles Pardue, Carl Pegres, Otis Sanford, Lynn Sledge, Kay Thornton, Cindy Tomlin- son, Joe Torti, Johnny Towles, David Tyler, George Watters, Paul Williams, George Zinn, and Iopposife page, top Ieftj Deborah Thomas, featurette. . 'N Q x - ' t ' ' n I 'Q - ' 1" I bl' 4T'.'nfo . .- 4 , W," , L v ' H' ' ."5"'l1't' "MV 'e!"2fl"Yl3 ."' f' 4 "" 0-links? .5 r-.- "v sq 0 Y PI The Northwest Misses, precision drill and dance team, are Ginger Allen, co-captain, Janice Ash, co-captain, Janet Bishop, Rita Bostick, Shelly Clark, Robinn Cole, Katrina Crockett, lris Deaton, Libby Dorr, Gay Dun- gan, Wanda Embrey, Marsha England, Robyn Jackson, Jackie Magness, Barbara McMinn, Terri Morris, Julie Mote, Shirley Moore, Onaye Readenour, Sherry Simpson, Sally Sparrenberger, Cathy Stewart, Debby Sudduth, Teena Thompson, Kay Tutor, Sandi Voyles, Claire Weber, Debbie Weeks, and Carolyn Wofford. 'ff r' A ' . fitillx ll ffl I V lr ,Q L F , 'J -iq Zn I ,Q , Y K , 5 QL A 4 Northwest Singers YWZSBKJZ- ,1"t"rsEwf1fEfV.93:2-w ..z:f -, 'V f- V. , V' 1, ,qw - ,, - - ' .- , -nrgrp-f f -H , . 1: wg, V 1:-fm 1tfV"7.4,fV-Q-.'s:V, .fs V 'v -. W V , ,Q 1 -4 ' f- K we M- V , A . - 5: ,gs V V T ,- 5?-sf . 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V V V, tu 1 . fx, . v I Y L I L' '14 V-2 T I 'L ll X ' ' e 5 L VQ fri ' l . V l ' , -l 'KE 1 ' ' ' K l o--as V, -- A , . as , . - 1 Vocalists in the Northwest Singers are Janet Bishop, Pam Bolton, Margaret Bouchillon, Rebecca Connor, Connie Crawford, sec, Mike Davis, Lynette Dawkins, Charlotte Day, Sam Dickson, David Dowdle, Becky Fair, Kay Flemons, Becky Flowers, pres., George Forrest, Danny Gaines, Henry Gallant, Donnie Harris, Bernard Henderson, v. pres., John Hensley, Nancy Hobbs, John Holder, Becky Holloway, Ronde Jenkins, Jane Jernberg, Kathy Jordon, Bettie Kirkwood, Sherry Knight, Becky Long, Melvin Maxwell, Phil McClain, Kathy McNeese, Lynn Nichaels, Willie Millisan, Joe Nunnally, Debbie O'Brian, Harry Patterson, Mike Perkins, Onaye Readenour, librarian, Carla Roach, Freddie Sims, Lynn Sledge, freas.f Eddie Taylor, Deborah Thomas, Walter Thompson, Kay Tutor, Browyn Waldrip, Carolyn Wofford, and Wallace Young. .4 X is I ' . W' rf Jill ' w sf, "F- Q if A Dozen plus Three Members of A Dozen plus Three song and dance group are Gene Barbour, Margarel Bou- chillan, Connie Crawford, Mike Davis, Lynehe Dawkins, Donnie Harris, Dennis Haslip, Becky Holloway, Rande Jenkins, Kalhy Jordon, Mike Linle, Walter Morris, Dean Murrah, Harry Pat- terson, Cindy Rials, Lynn Sledge, and Carolyn Wofford. lim A ' 555' l ' f HQ: lllloi gil i . llluflijiwui l if! I ' fl . A, , l , ' x l Student Union Council 1 I ,f'5?b!, 'gif' A 1. f l DF by nfELE The Union Council is composed of Parker Gates, student direc- tor, Howard Hubbard, recreation, Danny Lamb, socialg Marilyn Leavell, director of student secretaries, Bobbie McNeil, asst. direc- tor of student secretariesg Robert Mills, student game room man- ager, Bill Pollard, social, and David Williams, recreation. Alpha Phi Omega Members of Alpha Phi Omega are Gerald Barber, Ernie Brents, Bubba Colsfron, freas.f Carey Craft, Mike Crain, v. pres.g Scoh Gabbert Bruce Harding, Billy Hunt, Carl Inman, pres., Johnny Klyce, Mike Norwood, sec., Gary Oakley, Eddie Pope, David Sing, Gerald Sinquefield David Tyler, David Webb, Tom Weeks, Roger White, John Whiting, and Roger Williams. Campus Gold Girls participating in Campus Gold are Rachel Ballentine, pres., Evalina Bell, sec., Sheila Cales, Bobbie Carmichael, Annie Maud Davis, Charlotte Day, Benetta Draper, Kay Duffee, Earline Ford, Debbie Gouge, Ella Gross, Mary Jo Hilliard, Senate representative, Mary Irby, Frances Kenniel, Dessie Kirk, Dora Kirk, Fay Doris Richmond, Cubie Smith, ldessie Smith, Delphine Threat, Thelma Valentine, Patricia Wheeler, Donna Winters, and Carolyn Wooten. " -my - 11 .. I 'll 0 0, Yr . - ,M , 11,-' J ',.-.1 ,lf ,, . . f 49" , f l ' .Y , ' 3 4 'Vi--C I '..I'.".1 V I4 t 1 .'..' 'L N .w 4 Ski' 'Sl' LX -"v- I' f if 1--c 1 1 .WY . I , I Q . ml. ,. I ' Q 'K Bilingual Club Language students who are members of the Bilingual Club are Albert Cairns, Martha Ashe, v. pres., Rick Carl- ton, Dave Cooke, Joy Denton, Linda Devereaux, Menna Flynn, Stan Gibert, Jean Greene, Jennifer Gulledge, Dan Harris, Mary Jo Hilliard, Wayne Jones, Sherry Knight, Leverne Petty, Carlo Roach, pres., Glenn Smith, Deborah Thomas, and Geneva Thomas, sec.-treas. ' i il- Zh ill 4 LA 9 Il 1 ,', in gf- ? in fs, ., , 'rf' x .L f xp,-f e N,-, -. o fr! .4 l I.-,, x 1, V , , V ff 1" 'tl 'JA' 2 . I wwf? ,L N - 1.5 A QL V l . Kaillxtsfl 4.1 cf fuse' f lr K ' L X" is Cosmetology Club Future hairdressers who are members of the Cosmetology Club are Deonna Bills, historian, Geraldine Bolen, Barbara Christine Bonner, Sharon Anne Brandon, Jennie Dale Brown, Charloette Carlisle, v. pres., Anita Higgins Clayton, Donna Gail Cole, freas.g Kim Elizabeth Culver, Joyce Ann Colston, Betty Ann Dean, Kathy Eve Dunn, Billie Marlene Faust, Mary Paula Gordon, Doris Faye Graham, Norma June Hankins, Barbara Gail Harmon, Melanie Hunsucker, Glenda Faye Jennings, reporter, Cathy Nadine Kelling, Sherron Killough, Connie Cato Little, Cathryn McGehee, Marsha Joyce McGregor, Deborah Martin, Linda Mathis, Linda Moran, Martha Nell Putnam, Mary Smith, sec., Jimmy Lynn Strong, Betty Swindoll, Catherine Townsend, Bonnie Sue Urbanek, pres., Laura Dale Welch, and Brenda Kaye West. 5? J . 1 X L . '14 r ss ll - 2? . - ew, '. v....1.'Z', Nvwilii ,-...N fu. 4-31 I Hg- . , .Cm- '5-51' Cm' O0 f S I I t , t f fill FL A f ,Y S? ,J Future Farmers of America fa," X. In the award winning Future Farmers of America are Ellis Baker, Bruce Bolen, Ricky Box, Ricky Broadway, Robert Burks, Robert Burton, Carl Bryant, David Carter, Gale Chrestman, Mike Cooper, Ronnie Crouch, Rita Nell Darby, James Derry- berry, treas., Field Dew, Buddy Etheridge, Jimmie Ferguson, sec., Mike Hamblin, Richard Hartley, v. pres., Mike Hawkins, Reggie Johnson, David Massey, Mickey Martindale, John Moorman, Harry Patterson, Billy Person, Allen Scott, John Shelton, Tony Smith, Sissy Tanksley, Terry Treadway, Johnny Tullos, John Underwood, Charlene White, sweetheart, David Whitten, Bill Wigley, pres., John Wilkerson, Paul Williams, Derward Winders, and Gary Wray. ie- sv" F 1-.. A . , 41' " Z! . , if,- ,alty 7' , -ul Home Economics Club "Mi, , J' . . fW,,,, lil X ,Qs V I-Vim imhsuimm Q" , , , J ief' , ivyjv . Q,-si V X as , '-:sf W -if . - , 2 ex , ,x e ., g A, , . ,f , 3 ' li- - -is ' . ' V , ' ' N 1 ' ,M I 91 . ,Z '.Qhi,"l fm fmt: ulaelfi 2. . . w f -'J 1 .Q ' '11, 9-0 I , Qu: ' X I. l ' Q .,. 4 . 5.v.7...., ' p f lr 'f 'TS-fl . -ll. I!" . -,fl I .avi ea.. . . Y':+A: f3f"l'. i :gin 0 -' ' 'Lil .5- 1. H .HA .213 'Ji Qu : , 'T.'f':' fri! Y. 758.33 3.3. 1 '1 A-2 -1 - Coeds in the Home Economics Club are Missy Anglin, pres., Rilo Bosiik, Josie Brunf, Carlo Ferguson, Jennifer Gulleclge, Jeanefle Gurley, Denise Harris, Jackie Hartzell, sec.-freas., Julie Manning, Julie Mote, v. pres., Sheila Scales, and Cheryl Stocks. Music Educators National Conference A C EQ-1 W ' B Fx tl Ba is P ,, ir. Members of MENC are Margaret Bouchillon, Connie Crawford, Mike Davis, Liz Deaton, Mitzi Dillon, Lee Dixon, Becky Fair, Becky Flowers, George Forest, Danny Donnie Harris, Bernard Henderson, John Hensley, Becky Holloway, corres. sec.y Danny McKittrick, Kathy McNeese, Willie Milligan, Nancy Millikin, Dean Murrah, Mike Perkins, Onaye Readenour, Senate representative, Carla Roach, pres,g Lynn Sledge, v. pres., Eddie Taylor, Debbie Thomas, recording sec.-frees., Walter Thompson, Kay Tutor and Wallace Young. A Maw' nm .mar 'tar HIV?" no vs fi 'S lv?" Northwest Art Association Student members of the Northwest Art Association are Jesse Avant, Minnie Bailey, Terry Barr, Becky Bland v. pres., Dianna Clark, Gearoldine Conner, Kaye Flemons, Roger Goolsby, Larry Hudson, Beth James, sec.- treas., Don Latham, Mike Little, Bruce McElroy, pres., Kathy McMillan, Lynn Michaels, Bob Mills, Bobby Ogle, Dena Richardson, Larry Shields, SGA representative, Karen Sylvester, Robbie Watson, and Doug Bells. nur "V eww' nszz'-Il National Society of Professional Engineers ld . ' T-PEW' --5225 ii5wI'v"'L Wil- Uni 11 LV H, it-'P' . lr '- f- " L - 5-Jar if: iff:-:HL Ffilftvf 25-M21 S .fs 3,-1. J -ijr '3 ,' 7 -,Irv ' , ' A . 17' ' 122' 72" ' 't Yau? "'1:'IC'- Ffllildff flaw? X ffl" -A nf" i ,T l ---ii',2i'5'A,. 'QQQ' ' A ' NH? 2 2951 fK'l9:'.T lillblhi DEN! H711 s' lfillfli 1'5":H'2t' LfriYi3'l ' r V' .. , ' li" 1 52. A' 3546-if-11"-r K TL? Hr'-lfsil 55335231 limi! ' Zh-ufQi it 'vi , 15 fu f l ' fili: I '5-f . ' J ' ' gf", ?ffiZtff"i2 uw-it ,U .- A sl ' A ,. ggqfyg g 55434 ' -fl . i ' Lu.: 1 KW l""'ii'!" ' Yi X ' '31 ' 2,1 u". --2, K' " wr: warm,-" ' new - , f K Wim' " A J L " wil log. 'v u K . i if 1, A P '- l. ig. Q ' 1 IU., . lf ,L I RR 49 4 H i rf, 1' 'j t' h uly ,1-153' '-r - , . g 5-in Q.. . 'I'f,12'f. .J 1 f I A ,-.ff in x yy 'Q 791, j . w , +i.-Q. Sf ll Q Y-fn,.:?". - lr N 4 V ' 45,1 ' ' V K 1 52.53 ax '-'E g. 4 . -. ' 9 ,. K '.f ? 'S ',' ' my ,645 F I - 1 FY. 2" ' E 'fist J wi .1 ,N n .Ji S' --.W ' Y 11 . J ig, 9' . S ,,,,, , , A , ' A .V The National Society of Professional Engineers includes Stanley Armstrong, Gene Barbour, sec.-treas.f Roger Belote, Keith Brondes, Don Brown, Jerry Bullard, Jerry Cain, Edward Chimohusky, John Chimahusky, pres.g Whit Crowley, reporferg Bill Ellzey, Rodney Ivy, Stanley Jones, v, pres.f Ronnie Leggitt, Jim McCostlin, Steve McPherson, Mark Maiovski, John Poe, Glenn Smith, Jim Simmons, and David Williams. 0 Northwest Debaters .mm . 'V .se M' , . 5 mfg., i K.. v. ffffv if f.. ' 'rn 7451, ff P Q,-1, ,,,,.., ' at The newly organized Debate Club members are Chuck Avery, Charlotte Day, v. pres.g Henry Gallant, Mike Hallibur- ton, Gwen Hosting, sec., John Holder, pres., Paula Holland, Robert L. Lewallen, Larry Middleton, Billy Potts, Keith . Renick, Chris Ross, Sandy Sledge, lreas.f Richard Thompson, Jimmie White, and Mark Williams. l 1 I l 4 v I Q sf, ,fr y Northwest Players Talented members of the Northwest Players are Martha Ashe, Nancy Baker, Becky Bland, Teresa Chamberlin, Dianna Clark, Mike Clark, Linda Coker, Rebecca Conner, Connie Crawford, Char- lotte Day, Jan Dewbre, Gay Lynn Dungan, Mary Ann Flowers, Nancy Floyd, Henry Gallant, Dan Harris, Gwen Hosting, historian, Zack Hosting, Cindy Hatten, Doris Jean Herrin, Nancy Hobbs, John Holder, v. pres., Romania Jones, Wayne Jones, Suzanne Kesler, Sherry Knight, Sharon Lam- mey, Jim Martin, Robin McMurtry, sec.-freas., Rick Massick, Lynn Michael, Nancy Millikin, Robert Nich- olas, Joe Nunnally, pres., Onaye Readenour, Sally Sparrenburger, Sandy Sledge, Ann Starnes, Julie Strange, Karen Sylvester, Bill Thomas, Geneva Thomas, Kathy Townsend, Pattie Turner, Bronwyn Waldrip, Shirley Walker, Tommy White, Teresa Wood, and Richard Zook. l 93 Physical Education Maiors Club QE ,exe A L vi-I. J X I xy is S ix is .,. k S 'a- ""' 'TNC " NL-. Active members of the Physical Education Maiors Club are Tommy Allred, Kathy Babbs, Albert Beard, Oscar Benner, Mike Bennett, Mike Boone, Cathy Brewer, Darrell Brown, Leonard Burns, Vicki Carpenter, Boyd Cole, v. pres., Dane Cole, Marc Collins, James Cooper, Larry Cooper, Rebecca Conner, Annie Maud Davis, William Dunn, Eugene Echols, Danny Edwards, Jeff Fitzgerald, Jimbo Hamilton, William Jackson, Curt Jones, Harold Jones, Jimmy Jones, Richard Lipford, John Lomax, Charles McClain, Debra Meers, freas., Mike Norwood, Janice Parker, Dale Patterson, Kenneth Pratt, Chuckey Posey, Pat Raney, Tommy Rodgers, pres., Jacky Stanton, Danny Stegill, Reda Stone, Sissy Tonksley, Ralph Walker, Claire Weber, Debby Youngblood, sec. Q t a X 0' 1 155, i I .4 .annual Phi Beta Lambda The Phi Beta Lambda members, who are majoring in business, include Yvonia Adams, Mike Addington, Annie Armstrong, Sid Ayers, Dorothy Bailey, Keith Bloodworth, Norma Borthwick, Cheryl Bowie, Peggy Branan, Sandra Brand, Teresa Brown, Peter Bunkhardt, Cindy Caldwell, James Callicott, Eddie Carter, Sandra Chrestman, Shelly Clark, corres. sec., Teresa Clark, reporter, Mike Crain, Cleatrice Daniel, Margaret Ann Darby, Kathleen Darby, Wanda Davis, Dale Dickerson, Teresa Dickerson, Janet Dickey, Kay Duffey, Larry Egbert, Steve Gregory, Ann Grisham, Jeanne Grisham, Gayle Hardin, Randall Hardin, Melinda Haywood, Gwen Herring, Larry Herring, Vickie Higgs, Cindy Hitt, Nancy Hobbs, Betty Hollingsworth, Charles Hoover, Bobby Johnson, Gil Johnson, Carol Kopf, Marilyn Leavell, treas., Robert Lutz, Cindy McCullough, Dot McKnatt, David Mallory, James Mat- thew, Pat Meek, Gwynn Miller, Paula Mills, Robbie Mitchell, William Moncrief, Patsy Moore, Henry Moorehead, Cecil Morgan, Sharon Nelms, pres., Chuck Nix, Marsha Par- ker, v. pres., Nell Pitcock, Lisa Poe, Alton Pollan, Donna Rasberry, J. R. Reese, Cindy Rials, recording sec., Lynn Rials, Hugh Riley, Gary Roberts, Debi Ruth, Dorothy Scallon, Karen Schultz, Clay Scruggs, Charles Snead, Connie Stacks, Barney Swindoll, Deborah Thompson, Richard Thompson, Pattie Turner, Myra Ursery, Ray Vaughn, 2nd v. pres., Sheila Waldrip, Marie Waller, Marcia Walker, Diane Weaver, Debbie Weeks, Tommy White and Steve Williams. ,I i x 5 Q, 1 xl, 14,51 l Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa, national honorary fraternity, members are Martha Ashe, publicity chairman, Martha Jane Bratton, Jerri Bynum, Rita Nell Darby, historian, Linda Devereaux, Charles Mikell Didlake, John Lloyd Fulgham, Brenda Gail Gentry, Shela Guffey, Jeanette Gurley, Mclinda Haywood, John Holder, Mitzi Jones, v. pres., Sandra Kirk, Carolyn Latham, Marilyn Leavell, Kenneth Murphree, pres., Sharon Nelms, reporter, Eddie Pope, Peggy Rhodes, Martha Riales, Carla Roach, Margaret Simmons, Michelle Sims, Glenn Smith, Susan Snell, Ann Yvonne Stone, Peggy Gale Watson, Charlene White, sec.-treas., Stephen Williams, Conchita Crawford, Sharon Fortner, Georgia Carol Murphy, Myra Ursery, Roger Bruch Harding, and Karen Schultz. . 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Q, f X l Science Club , --'1' ' N. umfaw-.i.t . . , 'U ,. ., ,Q ,',',,-N :ru wg-mu-,f ,,.q, .' i U-V lu zum G'HXib'lE -wut ,. , 'f 5' 5 wf- mum: J 'gn ,A-gf ' ' - - 4617.5-fjtl. 5,0 , f, W ."- lil --ws I .1 'Zig N lvl' 1 'RD Nl vga Lili 4 'ru ,g, 4,34 . lg IW Jul ' X - si na- tb - "M In .....-. ..,-.,,,- ni! f,""':t5 'J W" M' 'ff' A i 40 ,Es Members of the Science Club are Cically Anthony, Jane Ashley, Fred Baggett, Gene Barbour, pres., Kathy Bennett, Linda Belote, Delia Beard, James Blakenship, Paulette Box, Hilda Brown, Betty Byars, Ricky Carlton, Ben Clark, Dorthy Corrers, Ricky Cresswell, Tommy Crumby, Rita Darby, Will Dickson, Gary Edwards, Geanie Estridge, Ed Fergerson, Shelia Ferguson, Nancy Floyd, Cindy Gaber, Paul Geary, Billy Gray, Lee Gray, Tommy Garris, Gary Himphill, Tommy Holcomb, Danny Ingram, Beth James, Debbie Johnston, Teresa Littles, Nancy Mathes, rep., Allyn Maxey, Joyce McCarriel, Pam McCullough, Kenneth McKinnen, Robin McMurtrey, Cecil Morgan, J. Moocina, Linda Morse, Teresa Morgan, Tincal Norflet, Tommy Onell, Sue Osborn, Mitizi Pegram, Linda Phillups, Sherry Price, Hugh Provost, Nancy Prussia, Jim Puryear, Whit Robinson, Donna Rogers, Betty Scales, Bobby Sasser, Robbie Sewell, Patricia Simpson, Robert Smith, Dennis Sowell, Judy Spour, Steve Stewart, Julie Strange, sec., Joe Torti, Clark Turnage, Dean Unfress, v. pres., Debbie Waldrip, Mark Williams, Judy Wolf, treas., Larry Hollingsworth, Robert Nichols. IQ, ii Sigma Tau Sigma 1 i I I fs. Sigma Tau Sigma members are Stanley Armstrong, Martha Ashe, Neely Buford, Albert Cairens, Judith Cunningham, Linda Davis, David Dowdle, Parker Gates, Steve Hale, Tim Haire, Derry Harden, v. pres., Bruce Harding, Sheron Hodge, Linda House, Carl lnrnan, Gill Johnson, Alice Jones, Danny Lamb, Sallie Lamb, Patti Lee, Sheron Nelms, Diane Noblet, 2nd v. pres., Edwin Parker, Eddie Pope, Cindy Rials, treas., Debbie Seale, Susan Snell, Don Swanson, Nancy Swanson, Patsy Terry, Terry Thomas, David Tyler, Kathy Wait, sec., Danny Walker, Susan Walker, Mayer Weaver, Tom Weeks, Myra White, Roger Williams, and Thomas Wilson. 1 1 Society of Universal Love wi 'W . ' n P a Q M! SJW I Lrg? E '1 '- Members of SOUL are Belinda Adams, Yvonia Adams, Bobbie Andrews, Annie Armstrong, Earlene Ballard, Rachel Ballentine, Willie Baxter, Carol Bell, Evalina Bell, sec.: Gary Blackburn, Jereline Bonner, Mary Jane Boatner, Josie Brunt, Milton Buckley, Calvin Buford, Jacueline Bullard, Melvin Campbell, Bobbie Carmichael, Gregory Carr, Rosalind Carroll, Coleman Cathey, Jr., Homer Cole, Wanda Cole, Eugene Coleman, Joe Lee Coleman, Addie Conard, Dale Cooper, Albert Cowan, K. P. Cox, Cleatrice Daniels, Frances Daniels, Betty Davis, Thelma Dobbins, Benetta Draper, Dorothy Ferguson, Herman Flowers, Earlene Ford, Charles Fox, Betty Gales, Annie Gibbs, Curtis Givins, Gene Hairston, Roy Hairston, Mary Jo Hardrick, Sandra Harper, Theoarthy Hall, Margaret Henderson, Robert Henderson, v. pres., Myrtis Henley, Jerry Hentz, Mattie Hentz, Larry Herron, Birdie Hilliard, Mary Jo Hilliard, Sherry Holland, Linda Hoskins, asst. sec.-treas., Rudolph Jenkins, Reginald Johnson, Minnie Jones, Annie Kelsey, Rene Knight, Marilyn Lane, Bessie Lewis, Roosevelt Lee, Dorothy Madison, Rosalyn Massey, Loretta McGee, James Mack, Diane Martin, Rosie Morgan, John Myles, Lydia Newberry, Dell Norwood, Faye Norwood, Elmer Park, Garland Payne, Gerald Payne, Joe Payne, Lee Wesley Payton, Jerry Pearson, Sharlyne Pearson, Janice Powers, Kenneth Pratt, Glenda Richmond, Virlene Riley, Nora Ellen Rudd, Otis Sanford, pres., Shelia Scales, Mary Shaw, Freddie Sims, parliamentarian, Fred Speormon, Gloria Stamps, Eddie Stevison, Howard Taylor, Debra Tipton, Dorothy Tucker, Peggie Walker, Dorothy Whitley, John Whiting, reporter, Annette Woods, Carolyn Wooten, Dorothy Williams, and Roger Washington. 0 Student Education Association ..,...,- .Y,. -.,,.,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,, Q 5 8 ,. I - K ..,,,,,.. '4' " 3 K if 'X Us S 'Q QP' Stiff s i I 91? 3 im nl 2,-.xl ,flies ss Q , O JC. ..,. 5' ., ss...s.1- 1 X ..gb.iMl'.., The Student Education Association is composed of Joanne Acuff, Debbie Adams, Madalyn Agosti- nelli, Janice Ash, Rachel Ballentine, Margaret Bar- low, Ann Barnwell, Earline Bell, Bobbie Carmichael, Wanda Chrestman, Libby Dorr, Don Fears, Kay Flemmons, Scott Gabbert, Marilyn Guest, Mitzi Jones, sec., Bobbie Lynn Little, Margaret Marsh, Cecilia Marascalo, treas., Diane Mason, Diane Noblet, Gary Oakley, Emmie Ragland, Jane Rider, Debbie Seale, Lydia Smith, Nancy Swanson, pres., Teresa Tidwell, Jaunita Toliver, Wendy Townsend, v. pres., Jackie Tutor, Jean Twilla, Kathy Wait, Shir- ley Walker, Susan Walker, Patricia Wood, Mike Young, and Richard Zook. O The Roundtable The Roundlable rosfer includes Charlotte Day, Jan Dewbre, Gay Lynn Dungan, v. pres., Henry Gallant, Mike Halliburton, Gwen Hastings, John Holder, pres., Sharon Lammey, Robert Lewallen, Robin McMurfrey, Rick Messick, Larry Middlefon, Jill Overfon, Sandy Sledge, sec.-lreas.g Teresa Wood, and Richard Zook. 3.-,-G? ' "'l,f-.f ,.. , f 'Tv an A-' -'Q""'-If ' " e --. uv - , . QD gnu ,, vga., Baptist Student Union '-'-Qc.. '1 .5 5 3, . . , ,Ty ,Lit 'xr The Baptist Student Union members are Ginger Allen, Martha Ash, Chuck Avery, Margaret Barlow, Milton Bell, Janet Bishop, Keith Bloodworth, Betty Bradshaw, Sandra Brand, Brook Branum, Wanda Chrestman, Shelley Clark, Rebecca Conner, mission chairman, Connie Crawford, Katrinia Crockett, Mike Davis, Iris Deaton, Teresa Dickerson, Becky Dollahite, Jeanie Estridge, publicity co-chairman, Carla Ferguson, social chairman, Judy Flake, Sandy Flake, Kay Flemmons, noonday co-chairman, Becky Flowers, music chairman, Kenny Gowen, Patricia Haney, Bruce Harding, Denise Harris, Cindy Hatten, Becky Holloway, Randy Jenkins, sec., Sherri Jennings, Jane Jernberg, Kathy Jordon, Roseanna Kohner, Bubba Logan, Marga- ret Marsh, Sue Mauney, Lynn McDaniel, Bill McKenzie, Jackie McMillen, Beverly Medlin, Gwynn Miller, Mike Mills, Nancy Millikin, Shirley Moore, Teresa Morgan, Walter Morris, Linda Horse, Kenny Murphree, noonday co-chairman, Robert Nicholas, Bobbie Ogle, Dale Patterson, athletic chair- man, Mike Perkins, Mike Poley, Pat Raney, Gary Ray, J. R. Reese, publicity co-chairman, Carla Roach, music co-chairman, Gary Roberts, Martha Robertson, Donna Rogers, Nancy Simpson, Fred Spearman, Linda Smith, Betty Stovall, Debra Tipton, Deborah Thomas, v. pres., Bill Thompson, Kay Thompson, Pattie Turner, Randy Turner, pres., Patricia Ward, Bronwyn Waldrip, Vicki Williams, and Anette Woods. Christian Youth Association 3 , 5.52252 A M' G-:j,3y . . V N-.I Sponsored by the Church of Christ, the Christian Youth Association includes Karen Barbour, Janet Caldwell, Dan Harris, Mark Hayden, Doris Jean Herrin, Tommy Mitchell, Brenda Parks, Renee Sanders, David Sing, Sharon Sing, Hagan Smith, Patricia Tidwell, Wendy Townsend, Myra Ursery, and Tommy White. Fellowship of Christian Athletes in LP in rss - '--Rf, ..- Q, -. ' 1 gm J.-,..41...-175-'s:.M The Fellowship of Christian Athletes includes Mickey Aldridge, pres., Sammy Aldridge, Tommy Allred, Albert Beard, Wayne Beech, Oscar Benner, Mike Boone, Andy Buchanan, Boyd Cole, Bubba Colston, K. P. Cox, Mike Crain, Walter Denton, Alfred Dockery, Mike Fair, Tim Farley, Gregg Freeman, v. pres., Scott Gabbert, Doug Garrett, Steve Hackman, Larry Hearon, Robert Henderson, Jack Hurdle, Carl Inman, Jim Jackson, Harold Jones, Jimmy Jones, Ricky Langston, Roosevelt Lee, Earl McMinn, Sid Montgomery, Joe Mullen, John Myles, Mike Norwood, Gary Oakley, Dale Patterson, Lee Payton, Jerry Pearson, Kenny Pratt, Roger Redding, Gary Roberts, Jerry Roberts, Mike Roberts, Tommy Rodgers, Eddie Stevison, Ricky Surrat, sec., Howard Taylor, Roger Washington, Barry Wells, and Leon Whitaker. IOA I B' 5 ,i, ' , rw'- United Methodist Wesley Foundation Members of the Wesley Foundation are Martha Ashe, pres., Chuck Avery, Bennie Baker, Rebecca Conner, sec.g Charlotte Day, Iris Deaton, Sheila Ferguson, Jeff Fitzgerald, Cindy Hatten, John Holder, v. pres.g Beverly Hurt, Alice Jones, Phil McClain, Nancy Millikin, Sharon Nelms, Robert Nicholas, Mike Perkins, Carla Roach, program chairman, Betty Stovall, Pattie Turner, treas., and Bill White. I l i l r X571- ' ,LL J XM .-SS 'N , lf-X ', ii. -.LAt ' - kk An. .W X E ,i www . A1 N ' rw f H. i i' f ' . Qu ' f . - ' . A -. ew' Q f 3 xkbgjl , X--N 9 '- V , ff V ' K v a 051 1fsQ."ef Me ,,W ,J J s-,fs - wif 1 ' J. .,.,, .I - V' ' '- " ' 4- I--'QW 5 I ' sf, Aff" - C-gl wwf' f A, 3 QW- 5.,fw,,1,XX., - L 0 3 N - If Y Q4 ' ,L ' I Lx ' V , L A A Lql.-4:0 98 ix in X! I, J z f A, N., N zfjfl ,X fi W f A4 f x ZHXPQ - -vw ,,f f W2 g l M w v -1 y iginixwial k WYXN- yi 'M-,gtk-NN , YV lx I KL un,-uqxx xxx A- ak .x bf I xx .Y -X V3 lk 2 E ' V' fm -, , ' 5 ' 'L 'Y-iff: fu 1' X f -.ff J ff f IJ. xx ptyfi 'll -XY x M ii X ,- X xx A Y X N W. : 1 I ' 1 4 IO7 Ranger Football IV! 14: U Q A I ,ls i'I..3- Grip ? lm, M MP3 fa" ' ' f. 'Lx i .uv W IO8 i l I 1 Su A T4 1 P pvxl' ffm 'f g 1 491 A' V vw KW 'W ,wmv 3' LZ' Qs f ,.' - , ,H 'W Jig, , ' ,Ii D T' ' " 1 V -4 ,,,1. , 1 ,, 1 . P35 img? The football players here are flop, l. to r.j Boyd Cole, Tommy Rodgers, Earl McMinn, and Waller Denton. An East Mississippi player fboffom, leffj looks downfield after completing a pass. Two Rangers players fboffom, righfj fall on a loose ball fumbled by Holmes. Q . J V 1.1522-3 IJ' 4 , ff R " s f y 2' +- X X, 1' X ,I Q i 1 V ' v -1- Q, I I xx. ' """ xxcu-f" Q , ' ii .'i' ' i4-i , 'Y' 'l.. X N' llN"""' ' 'N' ,.L K -i 1 l llo x l f I-I Q xl I lv I 1 I l K 1 -- . QF, A a-,,,,,f N44 T. "Quan" 3 M I 'Ng-' ,W 1 I , X . .vs r ivwln-. , ""' T xv li? , 1 We I -'- f L Individual players are Icenter block, top, l. to r.j Harold Jones, Ricky Suratt, Mike Norwood, and Mike Roberts. The coach flop, Ieftj gives some of the offensive members last minute instructions. Northwest ftop, rightj scores a touchdown against ltawamba. An ltawamba player fbottom, leftj tries for a few extra yards against the on-coming Northwest defense. V tix On this ploy frightj the Ranger ball carrier runs into a wall of East Miss. defenders. Even though he is looking to the endzone, this Co-Lin player has little hope of getting there. The Rangers pictured here Ibotlom right, l. to r.j are Mickey Aldridge, Sid Montgomery, K. P. Cox, and Ricky Langston. 311' ' bg if w 'ti i II2 -P" -of yy.. .f'X X. 'T' 56 'Q-S.. s -N.. - film' 'P aes. N G g d hd! lftj oga h df h E M Mk c fddl lm I 9 gets hk How b F blll h fffl 11 P F L H dAd 4 L-. ,x, 4, fl H' 4 'i . -1 V. i . ,. E' Y ,--n--5 H - r ,,,, ' ""' s A ui' Ng-2 Ik, .p1k rf, .ff ", N , fx, . . X n 2: g 5 Q ELL... . i ,SG 1 I' ?,M,.1'. l' g Q is -.- A F - 5 -H, ,r , 45' ff if p v. "T 'UV 4 The Rangers are flop, leflj Doug Garrett, Carl Inman, Roger Washington, and Sammy Aldridge. Walter Denton ftop, rightj suc- ceeds in his extra point kick against Northeast. Ricky Suratt fabovej heads downfield behind a wall of blockers in action against Hinds. A Mississippi Delta defender comes up to stop tail- back Walter Denton frighrj. ? With halfback Larry Hecron at his side ready to block, quarterback Boyd Cole fleftj looks downfield for running room. A Ranger ball carrier lbottom, rightj looks for an opening in the Northeast defense. The Ranger team members are fbotfom left, l. to r.j Jerry Roberts, Joe Mullen, Tim Farley, and Jim Jackson. 6 The Ranger line frighfj holds as Hinds fails to gain yardage. A pass is incomplete for the Rangers against East Central fmiddle leffj. Pictured are team members fmiddle right, l. fo r.l Barry Wells, Leon Whitaker, Bubba Colston, and Wayne Beech. B I ,1, , . Q -Q Q 'ix Z xx 4 fl --N M ' .2 za ,W p i lla is -' fvxe V it-4 ' f an lf .vi rf . f f . 1 ,V f I4 , 1- -". ff 33 Q., "N--1 s V4 . ,Q-8. I Q.: .-1-.5 'T' .X if' rf A 'K '. , -, x 99 my ,vw 'V . 'FS- ,. ff. ,- II ly, ' w ,. .1 '. My Q. "to ff at iefg v luv! 1? '3i sl H - A 'QV 6 ! .Q V, "x af I 5 - -1 R ,, , I . iff..- 'YI ' 1--lb - ' Q r 'l f I " .v Football players are Neff, l. lo r.j Mike Crain, Dale Patterson, Roger Redding, and Robert Henderson. Quarterback Boyd Cole is downed fbelowj against Copiah-Lincoln. Larry Hearon eludes an ltawamba tackler fbottom, leftj. 7 Anticipating another victory, the Rangers Irightj rush on the field. Moving the ball was easy as the Rangers fboftom, righrj stepped off yardage against Itawamba. The players are Iboftom, left, I. to r.j Oscar Benner, John Myles, Steve Hackman, and Jimmy Jones. ,.. K Qygxg A - V ey, - -:pigs ,'. swf' -,ik-.- - Vxxr' Y .., I -I b .-'f , K J -urn- A Northwest pass is shaken loose by an East Mississippi defender fleffj. A Ranger ball carrier moves the ball against Holmes fboftomj. Pictured are Rangers fbelow, l. to r.j Gregg Freeman and Gary Roberts. i, 'sn 'xl' Q C91 4 XJ, Y IFS. iikw- ,tx f' i 'AIX-wi .. A" V P!-vi f 4 ...F i - l . J ' Q .X-l WS... WI' , 1. , '. "1.,.... A36 .Y LU i . T , c .,, v--. ,, xg, ji M . .A V , W L 2 I VH ' Vg. Ij yfuhil-V ' V 'v',,iv,.A Azvl t U ,v-'vV: W . . .Z II- 1 1 ,31 vip . , U 1 , . , - , 8 1' - ml 2 ' " """ A .:Efi .,:,fr l A H . s.. 4. a qv Q A - ft gig b l .-.tv xj A aff . , y V A . J G' . if W M9 L 3 Q L 'N l ' :Li fy. 4 F 4' lt' , if A A , V.. V ' I I t ' A . t X , . ,. , ,J , v J 1 I . r .,., t U 1. , ',A 50' W L! , ' " L , jk L' Y ' , " B , ' ,I -T , ' A N L L r N V L . YY Members of the 1972 squad are fabovej B. Cole, T. Rodgers, E. McMinn, W. Denton, R. Suratt, H. Jones, M. Norwood, M. Roberts, M. Aldridge, S. Montgomery, K. P. Cox, R. Langston, J. Pearson, M. Fair, L. Hearon, A. Buchanan, D. Garrett, C. lnman, R. Washington, S. Aldridge, J. Roberts, J. Mullen, T. Farley, J, Jackson, B. Wells, L. Whitaker, B. Colston, W. Beech, M. Crain, D. Patterson, R. Redding, R. Henderson, O. Benner, J. Myles, S. Hackman, J. Jones, G. Freeman, and G, Roberts. Team managers are Ifop leftj Sam Jones and Richard King. Northwest football coaches are ltop rightj Ken Bramlett, head coach, Il. fo r.1 Tryce Barber, line coach, and Lee Bramlett, back coach. T20 4. Cutmanned but undaunted The year 1972 saw hard times come upon the Northwest Rangers. It was a year that saw the Rangers play good football both offensively and defensively. They played well, yet they lost. With a 3-7 record it's hard to explain how you consider having a good year. Yet with all the hardships and heartaches North- west was never awed by their opponent. The Rangers were very much in every game they played. They never gave up. It all started back in September when the Rangers dropped their opening game to the Jones Babcats Uones later became the South Division championsl. lt ended in November with another loss, this one to Pearl River Junior College lPearl River was nationally ranked among the top ten junior college teamsl. The team's spirit was never daunted as they gave their best in every instance. Likewise, the students never gave up their sup- port for the Rangers. The stadium was filled, mainly with stu- dents, every home game. The Rangers, outmanned and outweighed in almost every con- test, were really never blown off the field in any of their games. They lost several heart-breakers: to Hinds 23-19, to Northeast 16-7, and to Delta, lthe Mississippi Junior College Championsl, -'L . Chosen to play in the Mississippi Junior College All-Star game were Iabove, I. to r.j Boyd Cole, Leon Whitaker, Mike Crain, and Ricky Suratt. These " players also earned All-State honors. Earl McMinn, - . Mickey Aldridge, Bubba Colston, and Tim Farley -- 1 received honorable mention to the All-Star squad. Rangers end 3-7 13-O. It was not the best season for the Rangers, but they got a lot accomplished. The team was short on experience so freshmen had to be used. lt hurt this season, but those same inexperienced freshmen will be back next year as experienced sophomores. And another aspect that seems to be overlooked in today's competitive spirit, how to be a good sport. The 1972 Ranger football team showed their followers a prime example of sports- manship. They were good winners and they knew how to lose gracefully. Don't think for a moment that the Rangers were satis- fied with defeat, but they played a fair game, gave it the best that they had, and after all, that's all you can really ask of any- one. So the 1972 Northwest Rangers played the best that they could and in doing so they got some satisfaction out of this past season. They got invaluable experience for a large part of next year's squad and they showed a stubbornness toward losing that is a credit to the entire squad and coaches. The Rangers will be back in 1973. ....1-..-.. Rangers win 29 in a row in conference The Rangers finished the second consecutive season with a perfect conference record I2-O, making it 29 conference wins in a row . . . no losses since l970. The basketball team started the season off with a bang, winning their first two contests by a total of three points. The "team that wasn't" arrived early. Northwest, pre-season pick to finish somewhere in the middle of the conference standings, started out good, matured fast and ended the regular season in strong fashion. With only one returning starter and two players that had seen limited action the year before, first- year head coach Noal Akins, molded a group of spirited players into a super basketball unit. Mike Boone, the lone returning starter from last year's championship squad, came back in proper style. Boone, the top defensive man on the T972-73 squad, gave the young club the leadership Northwest needed in the first part of the season. Howard Taylor and Roosevelt Lee also came on strong for Akins. Both Taylor and Lee saw limited action last season, but they matured rapidly, matured enough, in fact, to be named to the All-State team at the close of the regular season. Taylor who led all Mississippi Junior College scorers with iust over a 28-point average picked up 31 points in the Rangers' first contest and kept up that pace until late in the season when the opposition started double-teaming the scoring ace. Lee gave Northwest the much-needed muscle under the boards. Along with a good rebounding average, Lee managed to end the season with a double-figure scoring average. Lee Payton moved into the center position, vacated by the loss of Eddie Thomas due to Thomas' transfer to a senior college. Payton added the one thing that the Rangers lacked - height. Even though Payton was shorter than most of the opposing post men, he managed to average I2 rebounds per game and lead the Rangers in the department. Northwest was blessed by a multitude of good guards. Coach Akins started three different guards at one position during the course of the season. Scott Gabbert started the season at one guard spot. Later Akins rotated Gabbert and Albert Beard. Finally, Akins decided on John Lomax. Lomax was ineligible for the first semester but came on strong for the Rangers. He led the Ranger scorers in one contest when he poured in 24 points against Mississippi Delta, the final conference game for the Rangers. All the members of the Ranger squad saw action this season. Gary Oakley, Jack Hurdle, Kenny Pratt, and Eddie Stevison added to the Rangers' varied attack. Tommy Rodgers and Alfred Dockery gave Northwest some help in the rebounding category. All in all, it was a fine season for the Rangers. The team played inspired ball. They gave each contest their best. l22 :P 'L wi -4- - ip 'Ffylfli ' I S 'T' ' Q " Wwoq 'Italiana dsl Q3 Wifgg' Hs f mal .ix Mike Boone 1421 and Lee Payton 1001 press an East Mississippi cager Ileffj. Howard Taylor lbelowj leaves the East Central defense behind as he drives to the goal. v -W I 'N I-lu---3-.... .i 7'ilZf' 1 5 R 4: 'W ' 4 5 I 2' J 0. ' iigrlfzmi 'FM 'affqi ft aww, QQVIAWIA' "7lf"?G '21,-f1,A "1L Qtivfmgfzw , 'Tb' ' ' MQW' gf. fs 7 ,.' 14 .av-1, 4 xx .g ,QQ -have E " The Rangers Itopj set up their offense against the Holmes Bulldogs. A Missis- sippi State Bulldog fabovej attempts to fake Roosevelt Lee. Roosevelt Lee Irightj executes his famous turn-around iumper from the baseline against ltawamba. 126 W. F, R, . X .Xxx I Q n rr 'Ad f 5 'J' - s-af I Q l -1 Q , ' I J I ul . 0? I f X Lee Payton Iupper leflj comes under the back- board fo gel rid of fhe Slate defense. Howard Tay- lor 1441 looks over the Christian Brothers College defense Iabovej. Alfred Dockery Ileftj is overpow- ered by C.B.C. in the struggle for the rebound. gn 'R --.1 .xx Howard Taylor fabovej comes up with the loose ball in action against Northeast as John Lomax l32l looks on. Albert Beard Iopposife page, lower leftj drives for an easy lay-up against Shelby State. l28 Kenny Pratt lIl Alfred Dockery John Lomax ,,.. - is - 4 ., , ,..., tg V' ll X, ' Quo! 'Si O l 4 in a . 'r I 1 l g Scott Gcbberf in All-Stare Tommy Rodgers Howard Taylor W-fr N -H-aug, ,., .s1l"' .A A ...sv .. ,m,,,,,,,,,. . . ' img w t i,-.. Y' v,- hh!! ff- --I -+- '1'1"'-v-r- xi ,V N i q l h ln action against Shelby State, Donut Oakley A v' fopposite page, bottomj brings the ball up court. 4 ff' Roosevelt Lee Ileffj gets up high to block a shot put I up by the Holmes Bulldogs. All-State Roosevelt Lee :J Q ts ii 5 51 l' 2...- ?2:. R' . -s. n-ifQ.3 ""' :zz-.Q Mike Boone Albert Beard Gary Oakley A Holmes defender fabovej lunges for the ball as Scott Gabbert F M51 drives toward the basket. g Delta comes down with the rebound as Howard Taylor and Tommy Rodgers fight for position. Q' 1 S r Ke E' 33- t 1 :rd :J U, SQ 13 Qi :Q -I 42 SI' , . Ch- x Q 'K i i i I X K ,.f ...N I 6. Y nf ' 7 3 Mt , xg' Mk r 322' ' , in v . s ' .445 4 l l fv- Mike Boone i421 pumps two against Itowamba fupper leftj as Alfred Dockery 1521 gets in position for the rebound. Albert Beard Iupper rightj fights to gain possession of the boll against Shelby State. Alfred Dockery C521 blocks a shot put up by Northeast fleftj. 133 Albert Beard Ibelowj makes his move against N.E. Howard Taylor fleftj moves the ball down court against the Holmes Bulldogs. Mike Boone l42l and Howard Taylor lead the fast break on C. B. C. fboffoml. .9 'vm , ,ga-gif ,A f I M. , 4 nun., A "'- l,,l , r A, , , r AK We -. 134 tl- -49'-fn. Howard Taylor fleffj backs his way to the goal as an East Mississippi defender keeps his position. John Lomax fbelow Ieffj makes confact wifh a Holmes player as he blocks the shot. Roosevelf Lee lbelowj picks up o steal against Ita- wamba. S 0 n -..-.....--- - ... ,Y . Y -, A I A WA -A The Ranger Basketball Squad labovej includes ffirst row, all l. to r.j Scott Gabbert, Gary Oakley, Albert Beard, John Lomax, manager Jessie Pearson. lsecond IOWJ Tommy Rodgers, Jack Hurdle, Eddie Stevison, Kenny Pratt, Howard Taylor, manager Clinton Davis. lrhird rowj Alfred Dockery, Lee Payton, Roosevelt Lee, Mike Boone, and Coach Noal Akins. lOpposite page, middle rightj Manager Clinton Davis and lbottoml score keeper Reda Stone. '72 Ranger Baseball ... W-A f . M A N was .. A . - .. A A. j M. 43... - s ,s ' ' L W' , ' M A xx ..-if .-mfffu ,A ' 1 NX .U -'N'-'-'. . A , ,1 . s by - 4 , , fs ., . N .-M. -rv H,-g.4'n'1 5-'gp ' 4- -v- r Q " ' . , -vw ,f 1 "5.f,,a,B'ff,6Q,.'!7g.'., -Zvxg ..-vw, 'Ig fi , ie - 5 - F A . H W3 .. . ' ef, .ps g,1v11igf1'r' ' ,L i J ' ' Q QM,-, - gn. - - , ..,--S. - , Ke1:.'i'w- ' 'nf Q "' ' -' " - --. -' si .' . Q 0 E ' ' M .Jlxi,.q.i-:.lV,,.. r X N g fs-s.a.A :.-tix. a' .uv 3 .. Slug' 1 , I A Nun SK , . I 1 S H... . W ,..WU,Aw9,-JL.-xt . 3- n.,,,. ...vs J.. .-. 5 , , V 3- , h -. -.x rf.. -F.:-s V A . 1- A, c..." x 3-4. i .5 , ,v., , ga MD 'W A -gd px 'Z JY If N inf f .W 'ci'..f"'A.' Lili-.. A u.e.Q.'. c.. .-. -1 - The '72 Ranger baseball squad fabovej is comprised of Hop row, standingj managers D. Walker and R. Boren, head coach T. Barber and asst. coach W. Stigler, fmiddle row, kneelingj T. Hutchins, V. Nickels, H. Handweiker, J. Lambert, J. Anderson, A. Belk, R. Joiner, T. Underwood, R. Lightsey, Iboftom row, sihingl M. Norwood, M. Reans, D. Baldwyn, M. Harrison, W. Dunn, D. Putman, R. Suratt, G. Chatman, E. McMinn, and D. Oakley. Buzzy Handwerker flop leftj slides in safe to third base beating the tag of a Coahoma player. Good pitchers being a necessity for championship play, Richard Joiner flop righfj gives his best form on every pitch. Anticipating another Ranger victory, the team gets ready for action as D. Oakley, lead-off batter, fopposife page, topj warms up. Earl McMinn fopposife page, bolfomj stays out of trouble by getting back to first base in '72 baseball action. 138 n '4 flu Q "W" In i, . ., X , ig-Q.. E.. . . Ns f V r' " :'i',f,I. . '1 A. Q51 -, I .. 8 I r L f if ' , - -f l A Q to N . , I - " Q J - V U f4 .v-f . ' - ' -- ,, , - , --. , 2 ..' Q . - , - If n .. 1 1. '. - 24:3-. - rx :-as , ,f".-5517-'31-WK ,gg J., -N-.,. '- ' -5.1, ' '. Q 5' n..- . A We 'YA' .-f Aff F3313 gf-az'-jf:-. 2 lf: -QQ 'f - ft :dim -. 1- ""- if ' V KL .' l:5':a'! 4 ' " - -- 5-9 1 an : -. E'2.ax:...f-all' .. cg-La ' ' ' 3- .hun 'Ai-ff...-e'effvxL4r."'i' va-'-sri Lg. 1 '1 T7 " .41-'siv- 1 , rt ' "" ' avlium- J The Rangers completed the 1972 baseball season with the second best record in the state. Before meeting the Gulf Coast Bulldogs for the state crown, the Rangers had won the North Division title with an impressive l2-2 overall record. The Bulldogs won the game 6-0 and dropped the Rangers to a I2-3 season. 4 2 f. Z, -X riffs ' k W. 3' .e it 'a""x K '72 Ranger Track Northwest tallied 26 points to finish fourth place in the championship state track meet at Moss Point. The young team which had only one sophomore took one first place, two second place spots, three fourth place awards, and one fifth place spot at the meet. The Rangers were outrun by first place Co-Lin with 59 points and Gulf Coast and Holmes who tied for second with 37 points each. V1 , il .., .K . , . ,tl ' M., .1 Ya. x I f 1 :T':tk':5.',g-if' . f,7J'7l'. Q :at , . A-. ...Q QQ -4-4?-' el , .-.5.,. . f ' , ' like 1 Ejfg' 'T ff .Ig'443'd:'g-'31 A - 1- 'in s A, A1 Y 1 , J wif "1 'f ,.r.. v M' iff , 0 --I r':-4 f .A '-:Jn ,sg J l ,....... 'IL'.....' " .Ll u "' 'Wins' -Q 1 S' v"- .2 -":"42::1'pI"!f55:'f.. 'L'-Gllii. I -Y' - - -if-f'11n:,Q Some action at a Northwest track meet shows Jim Dickey and Charles Alex- ander exchanging the baton and running close with the Troians. Also Thurman Mangrum was the first to feel the string in his run. No race can start without a starter as Coach Bramlett fleftj fills that position, carefully watching for anyone who starts too early. Thurman Mangrum, the only sophomore on the team, comes in first in the last leg on the 880-relay. I h' iw . ,. H. 'W 5 . fl, 142 thx 'YQ '9 Wiigy . 23 -1-v 1 ' v "' ga, ,.., 1 . -Ll. E454 , ,, 1 'Tm v.o Cheerleaders .14 v' wwf -.,.... ,1 Leading cheers for lhe Rangers are fopposife page, boffom, l. to r.j Sissy Tanksley, Brenda Russell, Teresa Brown, Joanne Acuff, Jan Person, allernafef Robin McMur1rey, alfernofef Cindy Caldwell, Cindy Riales, Debra Meers, captain, and Teresa Chamberlain, co-captain. l4 '53 iff' jw A ' fl, 142 'x 9 .., 4, Q ' 1 F Q-aim ff. 1...' l , ' 'Ao-',' 1 1 -Li. . ' F-fur ' 1 ,' .v ' - -, '21 Q'-. v.o"4 Cheerleaders JSA MYQ ,.... 1 Leading cheers for The Rangers are fopposife page, boffom, l. fo r.j Sissy Tonksley, Brenda Russell, Teresa Brown, Joanne Acuff, Jon Person, alfernafeg Robin McMur1rey, alfernareg Cindy Caldwell, Cindy Riales, Debra Meers, capfainf and Teresa Chamberlain, co-captain. i 143 Gainey Lovers take intramural crown . 'O Q ' S I l 'H it rw 4 -5?,x,g..,i, 'ffbflr ' JN. ,... X 3 R lrmwwvmi v,,NWM S51 In S ' f - . 4, A 5 -A K 1 lr' The Gainey Lovers are pictured on the opposite page, bottom. The team is composed of Mike Proc- A V Q. J., L s. ' tor, Willie Dunn, Grindle Roy, Wayno Harris, Bubba Williams, Stevie Adler, Randy Turner, Johnny Tyus, -Q6 ,Mg Darrell "Brillo" Brown, David Whitten, Henry House, and Howard Love. , , f .F , 'X 'jr' 5-'Q' Q 'J " V ,' ' ' ":V'!h4 , ,I 1 tw' N . .24 l f W , M l l ,A 'fy ir f , ' . , .T - vu' -faM"0v3k 5' .nr fa , f 'UQ '- ' - 3 f" vi M- ,sac P-fx, 144 I .gag 5 L gf sw. mgfkl , ' i 4 1 J . 1: -EA? 41' Q n 1 . 2 1 IRC 0: i 5 5, v.'l..5 :ay .-.1-xx' .':'.::: :st "".:"' :.2:.::-1 '.L'..".: nz.: -L:.::gg 1" ual. QW C' We 4 -.A-..,.. ff If """3f': 'CZ J-3 vu' f-vm - .4 J 6 41, k -1. .,........ ,W , - -y " , . ' 7 TW '0' - ' - ,vm nee. - - f ' , 'Q fiiglfn ,,.. 4 U n nav 0 'lo ,f 1 ,J n 1' I4 Taylor Tootsies if win championship 'N Members of the Taylor Tootsies are Iboffom leffj fkneelingl Brenda Parks, Paula Mitchell, and Alice Jones. Istandingj Karen Barber, Renee Sanders, and Debbie Hall. Not pictured is Luzanne Talarico. ,f .l ' x ll f X cs iff X J. I .J- 'J V, h I J' 1 . 'J 113-. A ' ' - A i N: -Q 4' T- LL- 1 5 l l l 4 f-1 BSU Team Goes Intercollegiate Nell Pitcock, Pat Raney, and Renee Sanders Ileftj bring the ball up court in action against the Ole Miss roundbollers. Reda Stone Ibelowj wins the tip against Ole Miss as Nell Pitcock, Pat Raney, Annie Maude Davis, and Renee Sanders watch. 1 wx . 9 P.. 48 Roy Awarded Nine-ball Title fabovej Grindle Roy defeated Johnny 'Squirrel' Coleman for the Nine-ball tournament championship. The Ping-Pong tourna- ment champion was James Henry Covington fopposite pagej. His opponent was Mark Williams. .,',, ,.va rw 939' ll f .'., 'ii'- , -- it r ,e ,. :j'0O if , uv 4i'9""'W iixfh ww V 1 ,Jr ' X '75 , , V Vim Ml, if VA Z , 'f , X . 1 ,, - L " V., 5, Covington Ping-Pong Champ I4 ISI A i I Reese D. McLendon, President and Mrs. McLendon Completing his twentieth year as president of Northwest Mis- sissippi Junior College in June 1973, Reese D. McLendon has had a maior share in the progress of the college from the small- est in the State to one of the four largest. His ability to proiect and to foresee the needs of the District and to inspire others in fulfilling those needs has made him a foremost administrator in higher education. Working with him as first lady and as director of landscaping, Mrs. Corinne McLendon may well share with the president the acclaim for a successful administration. 41' .l,. Board of Trustees Dedicated to the progress of Northwest are the members of the Board of Trustees, who are fabove, l. to r.j Mrs. W. S. Taylor, Sam Yarbrough, Mrs. T. P. Howard, Wilson Edmondson, vice president, Don Bartlett, presi- dent, C. B. Walker, secretary, Cecil O. Sharp, W. P. Sissell, and Mrs. J. L. Campbell, fsfandingj Billy B. Williamson, Joe L. Tennyson, and Walter S. Carter, Jr. IRighf, seated, I. fo r.j Bramlett Roberts, Ben G. Wynne, H. M. Wallace, Mrs. George Yarbrough, Isfandingj Stanley V. Mullikin, Harvey Ashe, B. H. Papasan, and Thomas E. Smith, Jr. Not pictured are David H. Bennett, Max Billingsley, W. L. Brewer, John Burt, C. H, Coffey, William A. Gee, Billy Gibson, F. O. Givens, Sr., Henry Womble, and Mrs. W. M. Young. 47 ATG.. r 5bi214'gQ.f ,fy iq 5 Tata. 'i :H .1 3 ' J'--' . ',: , X, , gs, I K Pj Q . "I ite.-7-:...fM-A - , , A95 X Administrative Committee Working with President McLendon for betterment of the college is the Administration Committee. Members ore Itop of pagej Dr. June S. Gord- ner, dean of student personnel: ond James P. McCormick, dean of the college. 6 Administrative Committee Q59 ' if Committee members also include ftop of pogej A. G. Welch, business manager: fabovej Mrs. Mildred Meacham, director of Public Relations, and E. W. Boggon, director of Community Ser- vices. if -IA ,,,,,,...,- ZWNF - u f Administrative Staff :fwfr g,...-- :P 45 SS On the Administrative Staff are fabove, l. to r.l Mrs. Sue Burks, assistant registrarg Walter G. Stigler, registrarg Kenneth Brigham, assistant business managerp and Tommy Dobbs, director of mainte- NOTICE. 'QF' N 'IZIY X l - Adult Education Jim Isbell Irighlj is supervisor of Adult Basic Education and William Oliphant is counselor. Student Personnel EI.'..., fl if-'W fjwx illvw , ,s-. ' y Ve iw. 'r , 'Uh 1 ti 41-'J X--ef 5 ft, xlkq The Student Personnel Division includes fopposite pcgel Mrs. Linda Jackson, dean of women flopj and Donald Eure, dean of men, Ithis page, first row, I. to r.j Price Darby, director of guidance, William E. Shelton, director of student union, Isecond rowj Mrs. Cathryn Hyde, guidance, Bill Hardin, guidance, Ithird rowj Mrs. Carol Stigler, guidance, Henry B. Koon, director of finoncial aids, and Mrs. Morie Babb, nurse. Secretaries, Business Personnel Q.. T7 x ff, ,VJ7 iw. V7 "'xf Q x by Y-4' P m in Ns. it X I K I I " Q Z' 1 it .1 .y ll' is ' l V -1 4 v . v 0 .:,f3"""' KKK! Ns 'Q' Business office personnel are fopposite page, I. to r., first rowj Mrs. Mary Dancy, Mrs. Bettye Appleton, fsec- ond rowj Mrs. Patsy Terry, Mrs. Clara Burford, Ithird rowj Mrs. Flossy Patrick, Mrs. Nina Deaton. The secre- tarial staff consists of ffourth FOWI Mrs. Rita Tutor, Miss Becky Buford, Mrs. Bobbie Darby, fthis page, l. to r., first rowl Mrs. Carolyn Ainsworth, Mrs. Christine Hertl, Mrs. Diane Sanders, fsecond rowj Mrs. Alexis Maynor, Mrs. Betty Ramsey, Mrs. Mary Claire Puryear, and Miss Earline Cocke. 15 fii 1 ,I f li iqy, if 'Q' The library staff includes Il. to r.j Miss Margaret Nettleton, librariang Mrs. Betty McCoIIough, and Mrs. Pauline Perkins. X.,- Art Department rr..l I , 5 A4-. ,r NV' Ns 1 Art instructors are fl. to r.l Jac Young, Chairmong and Lune T t .1-W' The Business Department is composed of fthis page, upper rightj Jack Butts, chairman, Miss Bobbie Sue Benton, labovej Miss Joan Reid, Denton Jackson, Irightj James Petrea, and flower leftl Mrs. Claudia Porter, and Miss Susan Simmons. Other instructors in the Business Department are Iopposite page, first rowj Mrs. Kathleen Wait, Isecond row, l. to nj Bob Camp- bell, Ronald Yancis, Bill Thornton, Ithird rowj Mrs. Marie Gray, Mrs. Leone King, and Ibor- tomj Mrs. Elizabeth Bobo. 4 9- 95 ...LA wr, if a O X 'ii TN? w N ,gmt ' 3' K' J 1' W 1' , Mi I I I x I w f 1 ,, a""""' ,.,l,., ,X ,I , ,Qx 1 4. , 1 N N S 'if' xfg,-H gl in-1 2 l '1 ja l,,..... ,gl -X The Communications Department is composed of fthis page, l. to r.j Ann Muchmore, news director, WNJC-FM, Roger Webb, production supervisor, WNJC-FM, and Randy Parsons, sports information director, advisor of Ranger Rocket, iournalism, fopposite page, first rowj Miss Barbara Moore, instructor, Mike Davis, manager Radio Station WNJC-FM, Isecond rowj Sanford Powell, coordinator of Education Media, and Paul Copeland, engineer, WNJC- FM. Communications Department -f-pq f 1 . Si' .h,W,-is 1 . , . . , '15 . fa, 3 I"'X Liberal Arts Department Q-gg ,. .,M5,,: ,..,. ,. -. Q wi' "N 1H:2i'::fff.'s."x eslii-xv ' '- -'f.t:s.r3.:' -V .f 'im 'JAN - -r -- , .:. sz- 5 - 3 1.15N42l14 .:f t s, f "-s,g::ss:sg:f552::',-qs . ffftf e Q fy 5. ff' V .gy .. .4.f:i'1Eg1, "ff ' i 12' ,J -W we 'I -v ., -' : 'Ss--News - . ' 'Rf iq .2 Qi 'k ai 1 . .s 1 4 fi i The Liberal Arts Department includes ffhis page, first rowl Carson Holloman, chairmanf Isecond rowj Miss Frances Smith, George Kelly, Fay Johnsonf fthird rowj Mrs. Emily Ballew, and Mrs. Emile Romsey. Opposite page includes Il. to r.j Hunter Cole, Mrs. Mary Foret, John Osier, and Mrs. Janice Pelton. ss-wa-s,Q.,.9 - ti. E D, '55 1 x A 5- ... A r ' W: . , ' Y F v-Y W X X , X Nu Home Economics Department g 5 a V M IQ ,f r , r. 1' rl X af, A. r 1' Chairman of the Home Eco- nomics Department is Mrs. Beffy Carroll. x.. H I .....,. .Nxt I6 HL "2?""' s ,gf Instructors in the Social Science Department are fthis page, first rowl Miss Emmie Ellen Wade, chairman, Isecond rowj Forrest Lax, Melissa Clark, Howard Carpenter, Ithird FOWI R. E. Rutherford, and William N. Hines. Opposite page includes ffirst rowj Raymond H. Rogers, Jerry McGlown, Isecond rowj Miss Lula Mae Fowler, Robert Seay, and Dr. John Flowers. Qs-u--gr A? is Hn. fs o 74 ay, L. Social Science Depcarfmenf ,y , ,, , I i-"' .v . .. ' U .,., 1 ' , . ,513 -- " ' n, ,. , ' I .,. :'1:1:-1155115 I ' '- W: n ' 1:1E1111m1" J 4 n .p K 1 , if " nbt5!1v!M'. 9 1' ' ' " c vw , ,'-fZi'- ' f sfwigcggr xss x ' ' ',li'3 Xxiif 2- W X tl lic, ff V ,I iff-I .5-A 'Ui Q' X' ta I. xx"N ,--Hx I ' , 1, Y 4 'SL 'Ps . " ' Education Department li ff' ff ff' 41, 'ex fa Ky -NN y ., -X N 4, , I f -,. X E f ,1 .,,. Q -, , T'-'T' f f 5 3 . I Instructors in the Education Department are fl. to r., first rowj Howard Carpenter, chairman, Mrs. Linda Jackson, Isecond IOWI Miss Carol Rob- erts, Miss Myra Quay Barber, Mrs. Cathryn Hyde, Noal Akins, Ithird rowj Mrs. Marquerite B. Fowlkes, Robert T. McKnight, R. E. Rutherford, Donald Eure, Ifourth rowj Mrs. Pamela Edmondson, and Price Darby. ZX X 'Y 72 .' 5l:......2: fffffffffii A 401 51" '15 5-Q WS , A ,,- 9 f ' 0 ft, " I . 1 ,,V i-li Fine Arts Department ails v . l X HY, sell! The Fine Arts Department is com- posed of fl. fo r., first fowl James Keyser, chairman, Mrs. Jeanette Keyser, fsecond rowj Mike Clarke, Miss Rosemary Simmons, Miss Sarah Fleming, fleffj Paul Carpenter, Ibelowj Miss Gail Waldrip, and Samuel D. Christ. 1 ,Q 5445 - 1 I ' ,X 2 l73 Instructors in the Science Dept. are Mrst row, I. to r.j Robert King, choirmang fsecond rowj Mrs. .lo Coldwell Adams, Chris Foret, Mrs. Minnie May Nowellg Ithird fowl Chad Willioms, Fritz Brelond, Ronald L. McCoIlo, and Mrs. Helen Meredith. 1 . 70x ' 5 G' ix T-,,1 I N n Science Department . ..:. f I, Ji Vx , V V , PA X P AX 'ft ' A iran, J E ,sv 'S- 7 A , ZX ? x i X 1 if 1 'uw-.ry Q' X 'fer 'N l Mathematics Department xl , ,, X 7 E xwf A F - N 1 X -e .x , l A ff" 7 I 'C 5 5- Mathemotics instructors are Ifop row, I. Io r.j Miss Zula Glenn, chairman: Mrs. San- dra Bekerg Ileffj Mrs. Anita Wilborn, and Mrs. Nell Tip- ton. 5 .La .mil 'Z t. X ,A tl L x Composing the Agriculture Department are fl. to r., first rowj Allen H. Holliday, chair- mang Isecond rowj Jcmes Moy- field, Clarence Bennett, ond Joel Schoggeng fabovej Lowry Dean. Agriculture Department kv 'bn J-is is-Us .55 3 AK V' 176 I N 7 L---A x Q Physical Educahon .rl A -5 r . 3 g X Q7 ffl 6 I Physucal Educahon courses are fought by ffirsf row, I to rj Muss Consiance Earl chairman Ken Bromlefi fsecond rowj Tryce Barber Mlss Carolyn Palmer and Lee Bramleh Ilhlrd rowj Mrs Mary Ann 3 gun.. 4- 'ii' l NX I I I S 1 Q.. 6 l x l ,Q-A. Technical and Vocational Education Department in M n' . S 'T 's if-N90 g L! 4, A .4 fi gf X F iv B ?'1 Vi A ' X, nf' " l Nur l ,. , an X 'l . l , '15 1 A i 'Wx Y -' The Technical and Vocational Department faculty is composed of Mrst row, all I. to r.j Thomas D. Coats, associate dean in charge of Vocational- Technical education, Mrs. Lois Horton, Marcus C. Williams, and Wayne Newman, Isecond rowj Wallace Buchanan, Leroy H. Gallant, Norman G. Bailey, Charles C. Ainsworth, Richard S. Hamer, and Freddie H. Harmon, fthird FOWI Billie Bob Gray, Bobby Joe Broadway, William Borthwick, Bill Beck, Cecil Williams, and Robert D. Carroll. . l 10" A 1-5 ,lib-'B iw! l echnical-Vocational Department The Technical-Vocational Department faculty also includes Itopj Felix E. Robin- sonf Iabovej Barbara A. Riseyi Irightj Larry G. Tims and Malcolm H. Venable. if' S rl Northwest coaches include ftop leftl Kenneth Bramlett, director of athletics and head football coachp ftop rightl Noal Akins, basketball coach: Lee Bramlett, assistant football coach and track coach, and Tryce Barber, assistant football coach and baseball coach. Campus Services X lc.. RX 'M v l X 'XX fir ' 1 -f-' N Q L,., Q... ' r ii? if U iw It xy! K 'UQ t!'.f'1'!zVf5Ws' l We Northwest dormitory hostesses are ltop row, all l. to r.1 Mrs. Eloise Toole, Mrs. Sarah Nall, Isecond rowj Mrs. Nellie Sealy, Mrs. Lula Belle Daniel, Mrs. Minnie Bailey, Mrs. Mary Lane, fthird rowj Mrs. Elizabeth Reeves and Mrs. Annie Neal. The security officers Iopposite page, topj are Thomas Appleton, chief, Luther Brown, William Taylor, and Lamar West. The Mclendon Center employees are Isecond rowj Mrs. Shirley Young, James Brents, and Mrs. Pearl Covey. The Cafeteria staff includes Wayne McBee, manager, Ithird rowj Mrs. Annie Neal, Tommy Hawkins, Mrs. Mamie Wells, and Mrs. Iva Robinson. 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Q . , ll J fat, f r its Y-v,,1 Q t . li, fi ' nc: ' ref, ' N . x S f S X -ii yg -- .V - X 1 ' '- fix + M Joanne Acuff, Memphis Belinda Adams, Batesville Debby Adams, Clarksdale Yvonia Adams, Batesville Mike Addington, Batesville Jamey Agostinelli, Clarksdale Mickey Aldridge, Batesville Charles Alexander, Calhoun City Ginger Allen, Water Valley Frank Anderson, Clarksdale Leroy Anderson, Coldwater Willie Anderson, Como Bobbie Andrews, Batesville Dennis Ansbro, Horn Lake Sam Armstrong, Enid Stanley Armstrong, Enid Janice Ash, Holly Springs Martha Ashe, Tunica Sammy Ashe, Senatobia Cynthia Ashford, Water Valley Charles Avery, Senatobia Sid Ayres, Hickory Flat Kathy Babb, Paris Thomas Baker, Oakland Rachel Ballentine, Sardis Gene Barbour, Olive Branch Ann Barnwell, New Madrid Terry Barr, Hernando Joseph Bartos, Southaven Will Baxter, Walls Charles Beavers, Batesville Aaron Belk, Batesville Carol Bell, Batesville Evalina Bell, Batesville Milton Bell, Holly Springs 4 Joe Best, Sumner Geraldine Bonner, Senatobia Mike Boone, Holly Springs Mike Boren, Tunica Betty Bradshaw, Marks Peggy Branan, Coldwater Keith Brandes, Memphis Cathy Brewer, Sledge Ricky Broadway, Olive Branch Raymond Brooks, Nesbit Donald Brown, Sardis Fern Brown, Sardis Jimmy Browning, Tutwiler Josie Brunt, Senatobia Carl Bryant, Calhoun City Don Bryant, Bruce Millicent Bryant, Bruce Debbie Buckley, Memphis Neely Buford, Southaven Robert Burke, Big Creek 'UK . 4 15, R 433. ffl , y K fir j Z 5 , ,Y g f L V' t AA A .1 fi-i ' ax .5 L- . 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X' hm n 2 Rufus Burnham, Bruce Stephen Burns, Olive Branch Tim Burress, Crenshaw Debbie Burt, Houlka Wade Burt, Houlka Milton Butler, Marks Jerry Cain, Bruce Albert Cairns, Hernando Ted Camp, Banner Gary Carlton, Southaven Bobbie Carmichael, Charleston Rosalind Carroll, Hernando David Carter, Olive Branch Edward Carter, Jr., Southaven Randy Carver, Grenada Frank Chadwick, Clarksdale Teresa Chamberlin, Hernando Kay Chapman, Coffeeville Bettie Childers, Ashland Brody Childers, Senatobia John Chimahusky, Hernando Arther Chrestman, Bruce Wanda Chrestman, Sarepta Susan Michele Clark, Bruce Ronald Clayton, Hernando Linda Coker, Bruce Boyd Cole, Calhoun City Grady Cole, Memphis Wanda Cole, Hernando Clyde Coleston, Holly Springs Addie Conard, Senatobia Rebecca Conner, Independence Dave Cooke, Memphis Dianne Cooper, Potts Camp James Cooper, Batesville James Covington, Charleston Albert Cowans, Collierville, Tn. Phill Cox, Tunica Mike Crain, Independence Conchita Crawford, Southaven Ricky Cresswell, Holcomb Karen Crockett, Senatobia Steve Crowley, Olive Branch Judith Cunningham, Marks Ronnie Dahl, Charleston Cleatrice Daniel, Bruce Rita Darby, Sardis Annie Maud Davis, Southaven Leslie Davis, Batesville Robert Michael Davis, Bruce Robert Dawson, Atoka Bonnie Deaton, Enid James Derryberry, Potts Camp Linda Devereaus, Coldwater Jan Dewbre, Etta Janet Dickey, Water Valley Mike Didlake, Glendora Pam Didlake, Philipp Lee Dixon, Sardis Gloria Dobbins, Nesbit Thelma Dobbins, Nesbit 1 s 3 3 2 124 5, , f K HE- in f ' W, .M ,JY ,fri rg 4 ,..., - 1414. ,:q 1' 'af X ' ,X ' f if J J if i f-Jmisf it L, f ,Y ' . c I" .i- -vs I 1 f ,JH ,, , .J 5 K -4. if i K- t-X1 'v if 1 r,. l ll ln ' I Na' . . iv 4,1 D i'.!'2 VTE.- dw. ,, ll- l 'tgfgit vu S21 cl :L 'SQL' K l t ,fqgzlw Q. 14 o, a Q , 4 4: ! X ,M 1? M Tv L. .QT its .L 'N ff." if ,4"""s.l - ll ? 'Q XXI Alfred Dockery, Jr., Hernando Barry Doolittle, Grenada Deborah Dunn, Bruce William Dunn, Water Valley William Eaton, Grenada Terry Echols, Coldwater Gloria Edwards, Coldwater Gwen Edwards, Southaven Nell Edwards, Water Valley Larry Egbert, Batesville Wanda Embrey, Independence Owen Emerson, Hernando Jeanie Estridge, Enid Tommy Evans, Oxford Tim Farley, Byhalia David Faulkenbery, Grand Junction, Tn. Don Fears, Tunica Clara Ferguson, Independence Joe Fisher, Pope Floyd Fiveash, Olive Branch Sandy Flake, Marks Kay Flemons, Big Creek Teresa Fleming, Byhalia Herman Flowers, Batesville Mary Ann Flowers, Oakland Rebecca Flowers, Senatobia 197 Earline Ford, Sardis George Forest, Coldwater Sharon Fortner, Marks Freddie Foster, Oxford Lawrence Frazier, Marks Greg Freeman, Independence Malcolm French, lndianola Michael Fuller, Memphis Perry Fuller, Coldwater Cherissa Fulmer, Oxford Scott Gabbert, Senatobia Danny Gaines, Courtland Betty Gales, Hernando Jack Gee, Jr., Batesville Annie Gibbs, Olive Branch Stanley Gibert, Senatobia Clinton Gipson, Holly Springs Marvin Gipson, Oxford Phillip Gooch, Hernando Silvin Goodson, Courtland Roger Goolsby, Potts Camp Robert Gordon, Nesbitt Billy Gray, Sardis Frank Greer, Holly Springs Steve Gregory, Batesville Lanny Grimes, Southaven Jeanne Grisham, Senatobia W' P., Mx gl' bee, V s ra: y i . 5 f- v 1 Us W 0 7 v W m L s. , I , sl., 1 2,5 t ,L , 5- If f 4 'F 42,3 if -, ,gi gn imma 1 1 !h im 111 fb' r ' 1 'R' ly! tk!! . 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Melinda Haywood, Senatobia Joyce Hearn, Byhalia Bernard Henderson, Batesville Margaret Henderson, Batesville Jerry Hentz, Pope Larry Herring, Calhoun City Darryl Herrington, Olive Branch Minnie Hill, Oxford Mary Hilliard, Hernando John Holder, Horn Lake 200 Stanley Holland, Drew Bettye Hollingsworth, Southaven Charlie Holloway, Water Valley Royce Holmes, Cleveland Sammie Holmon, Oxford Larry Hope, Sardis Linda Hoskins, Batesville Henry House, Marks Jack House, Horn Lake Howard Hubbard, Coldwater Ricky Hudson, Oxford Kitty Hudspeth, Ashland Jack Hurdle, Southaven Carl Inman, Oxford Debra Inman, Drew Ronaly Inman, Drew Ruthie Ivy, Oxford Cathy Jackson, Coldwater Gwendolyn Jackson, Hernando Rande Jenkins, Marks Rudolph Jenkins, Oxford Sherry Jennings, Belzoni Jane Jernberg, Sumner Sam Jepsen, Hampton Gil Johnson, Senatobia Robert Johnson, Memphis A ,,,l!I,l.,,E iff Nil Li T ya. l, 'E-f A 'X 'Sl f-F fs se: 5 1'-gi ' C 1 N "1 5- 'E l A 5 w x s E ., , Q A i N T' X t lm ' -C 7. ff? ,C t 1' y -'1 fc, .. -- Q-Q K xll X! . sl ll, .TI J -': ,ll l ll Curt Jones, Calhoun City Gracie Jones, Batesville John Edward Jones, Oxford Minnie Jones, Batesville Mitzi Jones, Webb Robert Jones, Southaven Sam Jones, Hernando Stanley Jones, Holly Springs Deborah Jordan, Clarksdale Kathy Jordan, Olive Branch John Keetlon, Batesville William Kelly, Water Valley Edward King, Clarksdale Frances King, Senatobia Brenda Kinne, Water Valley Dessie Kirk, Tillatobia Bettie Kirkwood, Oxford Rena Knight, Coldwater William Koger, Lambert Danny Lamb, Independence Sallie Lamb, Senatobia Dwight Lancaster, Grenada Delois Lane, Olive Branch Marty Langston, Coffeeville Debbie Latham, Senatobia Trent Launder, Coldwater Marilyn Leavell, Coldwater O2 Pattie Lee, Southaven Susan Lee, Memphis Roosevelt Lee, Coldwater Joel Lemons, Potts Camp Virginia Lewis, Olive Branch Cathy Linebarger, Ashland Bobbie Little, Crowder Hamp Little, Charleston Teresa Little, Charleston Becky Long, Southaven Howard Love, Hernando Ruby Lum, Tunica Dorothy Madison, Batesville Lawrence Madison, Lambert Mark Maiovski, Hernando David Mallory, Calhoun City Cecilia Marascalco, Grenada Cheryl Martin, Oxford Gary Martin, Walls Walter Martin, Holcomb f . 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P., ies.: ' if Q. i :nip- 1 5. 1- fx 0 , Q-..- 1 'x, N 'S j I 'll Q--f I x K 'X ...X L .yi 4. i David Massey, Hernando Nancy Mathes, Pleasant Grove Allyn Maxcy, Lambert Melvin Maxwell, Hernando William May, Hernando Stanley McArthur, Sardis Gary McBride, Lake Cormorant Charles McClain, Falcon Paul McCullar, Water Valley Rebecca McCullar, Courtland Cindy McCullough, Charleston Pam McCullough, Charleston Jerry McDaniel, Southaven Glenn McDowell, Hernando Bruce McElroy, Memphis Marcelyn McElroy, Coldwater Loretta McGee, Oxford William McGeehee, Sardis Kenneth McKinnon, Senatobia Kathee McMillan, Water Valley Earl McMinn, Water Valley Richard McNail, Senatobia Bobbye McNeil, Byhalia Harry McRae, Hernando Patricia Meek, Courtland Debra Meers, Senatobia Susie Meredith, Senatobia John Meyer, Memphis Hattie Milam, Hernando Gwynn Miller, Hernando Robert Miller, Memphis Ronnie Miller, Senatobia Willie Milligan, Hernando Robert Mills, Water Valley Robert Mills, Courtland 4 Lara Mitchell, Taylor Robbie Mitchell, Sardis Tommy Mitchell, Marks Sidney Montgomery, Como Barbara Moore, Senatobia Kerry Moore, Waterford Patsy Moore, Batesville John Moorman, Scobey Murry Morgan, Coldwater Dorothy Morris, Charleston Isaac Morris, Batesville John Morris, Darling Terri Morris, Mascoutah Diane Morrow, Courtland Sammy Mulloy, Senatobia Kenneth Murphree, Coldwater Georgia Murphy, Munford Sharkler Murphy, Cascilla Aliza Myles, Nesbit Sharon Nelms, Potts Camp Jerry Nickels, Tunica Chuck Nix, Batesville Cheryl Noblet, Sardis Mike Norwood, Senatobia Joe Nunnally, Southaven Gary Oakley, Senatobia Bobbie Ogle, Coldwater James Oliphant, Taylor Gus O'Neal, Senatobia Jill Overton, Potts Camp Edwin Parker, Calhoun City Janice Parker, Bruce Marsha Parker, Houlka Dale Patterson, Bruce Harry Patterson, Senatobia Aga' -vw 1 f I fi' in -'ill "I li X ll 477 fl "Aft V. qla, 'Ss . 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Calvin Schmitz, Water Valley Karen Schultz, Southaven Davy Schwalenberg, Vardaman Judy Scott, Sardis Helen Shaffer, Holly Springs Marsha Shaw, Holly Springs Mike Shaw, Waterford Tom Shearer, Water Valley John Shelton, Lambert Larry Shields, Memphis Ken Shook, Blytheville Rebecca Short, Senatobia Charles Shuffield, Water Valley Steve Sigman, Memphis Edwin Simpson, Senatobia Johnny Simpson, Lambert Michelle Sims, Sardis David Sing, Holly Springs Sharon Sing, Senatobia Gerald Sinquefield, Sarah David Smith, Waterford George Smith, Banner Glenn Smith, Coldwater Jane Smith, Southaven Lydia Smith, Sardis Martha Smith, Coldwater Riley Smith, Oxford Robert Smith, Grenada Terry Smith, Pope Tommy Smith, Banner Chuck Snead, Marks Susan Snell, Coffeeville Darrell Sowell, Hernando Anita Spears, Hernando David Spivey, Calhoun City O8 Elaine Starnes, Southaven Stefanie Stein, Water Valley Rosie Marie Stewart, Batesville John Still, Senatobia Lynn Still, Senatobia Donald Swanson, Senatobia Nancy Swanson, Seantobia Ricky Suratt, Water Valley Benny Taylor, Byhalia Howard Taylor, Como Glenda Tedford, Lyon William H. Terry, Senatobia Deborah Thomas, Sumner Deborah E. Thomas, Southaven Geneva Thomas, Senatobia Terry Thomas, Southaven Bill Thompson, Hernando Deborah Thompson, Hickory Flat Elizabeth Thompson, Caruthersville Kenneth Thompson, Senatobia Lee Thompson, Marks Teresa Tidwell, Oxford Debra Tipton, Nesbit Gregory Toles, Taylor Juanita Toliver, Hernando John Towles, Batesville Wendy Townsend, Oxford William Tribble, Coffeeville Mickey Trussel, Gore Springs Randy Turner, Coldwater Mike Tyler, Bruce John Tyus, Memphis, Tennessee Dean Umfress, Senatobia John Underwood, Hernando Tom Underwood, Sarah C' J'-I 33 S 'iv-rx Qu ' ,' - , X, 1-cv "' +- -4- 'Qf , 4" ' ""-'s. -N., fv-' . :Ax T ln- br H if gf.-,SWK I X mt E-.Q-M., fd Fi fr A K I I at fx M y 4 ... 1 , ve- f'a'Fg 'S ffl R I ' A .1 ' -gg i , I ,NY Q-X its r. fl' li 3- ,, - 1 ft.- I L. lg . 1" . nb t , x l ts' 'T' 1 ... V 1, . 6 l' st '. Q ef at 4 i - P 1 V 1 A X X XX . Nrk X 5 , I' ,tl 1 11 A 5-uf S r if l , i v 4. ,aa .0 .,, 545 1 yn. 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Mary Balfour, Holly Springs Beatrice Ballentine, Sardis Gerald Barber, Oxford Jim Barber, Batesville Karen Barbour, Olive Branch Margaret Barlow, Marks Lynn Barmer, Senatobia Mike Barner, Greenwood Barbara Barnett, Holly Springs Dennis Barnett, Pope Kenneth Barnett, Senatobia Mary Beals, Sledge Albert Beard, Holly Springs Delia Beard, Senatobia Ramona Beardain, Batesville Joe Beasley, Memphis, Tn. Rosanne Beasley, Oxford Wayne Beech, Senatobia Beverly Bell, Clarksdale Linda Belote, Sardis Roger Belote, Sardis Robert Beltz, Greenwood Oscar Benner, Robinsonville Kathy Bennett, Bruce Mike Bennett, Oxford 4 Marsha Berry, Tutwiler Bennie Berryhill, Tutwiler Sam Berryhill, Tutwiler Deanna Bills, Ruleville Janet Bishop, Olive Branch Peggy Bishop, Sardis Gary Blackburn, Enid Ora Blake, Abbeville Becky Bland, Batesville James Blankenship, Memphis, Tn David Blalock, Collierville, Tn. Gary Blaylock, Memphis, Tn. Keith Bloodworth, Cascilla Mary Boatner, Tunica Claudine Bobo, Memphis, Tn. 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Gregory Carr, Charleston Kathy Carter, Southaven Michael Carter, Memphis Robin Carter, Oxford Barbara Caruso, University Charlotte Carlisle, Sarah Alice Castleberry, Batesville Vicki Castleberry, Memphis Coleman Cathey, Sardis Nikki Charlton, Puryear Edward Chimahusky, Hernando Sandra Chrestman, Bruce Anthony Cicalla, Memphis Roanld Clanton, Coldwater Ben Clark, Bruce Dianna Clark, Oxford James Clark, Greenwood Michael Clark, Nesbit Teresa Clark, Bruce Anita Clayton, Potts Camp Dane Cole, Memphis Robinn Cole, Clearwater Anthony Coleman, Oxford Eugene Coleman, Memphis Sanders Coleman, Heidelberg Edwin Collins, Memphis Jimmy Collins, Bruce Kerry Collins, Memphis Marc Collins, Memphis Gary Collier, Hernando Joyce Colston, Holly Springs Geraldine Conner, Senatobia Cathy Cook, Holly Springs ci I j A-,L ' i . , 3 " we fi Q Q -ag, x--, 3 xx ' , ,ilk S as lf. l - 1 S- Q 1, X 5. TJ 1 I 'I 'G f 1 Su .5- .M ,i ,ev -. ' 4 fn 4 i fer, any 5. N . ' ,, M- vm 'V 'Ti ww. , . Q N, s, L. 5. , . t. 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Cox, Sardis Stephen Cox, Water Valley Carey Craft, Senatobia Carol Crain, Coldwater William Crane, Holly Springs Carl Crawford, Coldwater Jerry Crawford, Como Richard Crawford, Walls Teresa Crawford, Como Wayne Criswell, Charleston Katrina Crockett, Hernando Ronnie Crouch, Batesville Whit Crowley, Batesville Tommy Crumby, Bruce Kim Culver, Oxford Janet Cunningham, Olive Branch Polly Curl, Holly Springs Patricia Curtis, Lamar Johnny Dalton, Batesville Bette Dancy, Lake Cormorant Nancy Dandridge, Senatobia Kathleen Darby, Charleston Margaret Darby, Batesville Gary Darnell, Coldwater Janis Davidson, Greenwood Larry Davidson, Oxford Betty Davis, Oxford Clinton Davis, Charleston Keith Davis, Senatobia Linda Davis, Senatobia Steven Davis, Red Banks Wanda Davis, Water Valley Lynette Dawkins, Sardis Charlotte Day, Potts Camp Betty Deon, Coldwater Iris Deaton, Pope Margaret Deaton, Memphis William Delaney, Grenada Linda Denley, Coldwater Joy Denton, Oxford Walt Denton, Oxford Winfield Dew, Charleston Perrin Dickerson, Senatobia Teresa Dickerson, Memphis 217 8 Thomas Dickerson, Olive Branch John Dickson, Senatobia Will Dickson, Senatobia Mitzi Dillon, Memphis Becky Dollahite, Nesbit Joel Donaldson, Oakland Julia Dondeville, Sarah Jimmy Dorr, Sardis Libby Dorr, Sardis David Dowdle, Senatobia Benetta Draper, Batesville Edward Duke, Batesville Jeanine Dunaway, Tunica Jo Jean Dunaway, Hernando Gay Dungan, Southaven Charlene Echols, Crenshaw Charles Edwards, Southaven Danny Edwards, Batesville Gary Edwards, Banner Monroe Edwards, Water Valley Bill Ellis, Senatobia Byron Ellzey, Oxford Anthony Embrey, Nesbit Keith Embrey, Coldwater Donna Embrey, Coldwater Marsha England, Calhoun City Dougals Enlow, Hernando James Everett, Lambert Buddy Etheridge, Charleston Debra Estock, Oxford Becky Fair, Water Valley Mike Fair, Sledge Richard Fancher, Sarah Katie Faulkner, Holly Springs Billie Faust, Oxford Dorothy Ferguson, Hernando Ed Ferguson, Coldwater Jimmie Ferguson, Senatobia Lawrence Finley, Holly Springs L -Q.. 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Gurner, Water Valley Connie Hackman, Charleston Steve Hackman, Charleston Alan Hadley, Walls Gene Hairston, Memphis 220 Roy Hairston, Oxford Steve Hale, Senatobia Mark Haley, Batesville Marty Haley, Oakland David Hall, Senatobia Debbie Hall, Memphis Mike Hall, Memphis Mike Halliburton, Lambert Mike Hamblin, Bruce James Hamilton, Vardaman Larry Hands, Batesville Patricia Haney, Sumner Norma Hankins, Byhalia Cecil Hanks, Webb Vicki Hannah, Sardis Derry Hardin, Calhoun City Gayle Hardin, Senatobia Randall Hardin, Calhoun City James Hardrick, Lake Cormorant Margaret Hardrick, Coldwater Barbara Harmon, Southaven Donald Harris, Hernando Helen Harris, Hernando Michael Harris, Memphis Samola Harris, Walls Larry Harrison, Batesville Sharon Harrison, Batesville Susan Hart, Water Valley William Hart, Water Valley Nancy Hartley, Sardis Richard Hartley, Batesville Jackie Hartzell, Batesville Zack Hosting, Bruce Clarence Hataway, Holly Springs Hugh Hatchett, Memphis Cindy Hatten, Jackson Kenneth Havens, Southaven Jennifer Hawkins, Coldwater Michael Hawkins, Coldwater William Hawkins, Bruce Mark Hayden, Batesville Wanda Haynes, Batesville Donna Hays, Sardis Larry Hearon, Tutwiler Ricky Hellums, Fort Campbell Clifton Hemphill, Gore Springs Rebecca Henderson, Water Valley Robert Henderson, Sardis John Hensley, Southaven Charles Hernandez, Lambert Doris Herrin, Batesville Gwen Herring, Como Mary Hicks, Collierville Martin Hielscher, Water Valley 1 . 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Willie Jackson, Sardis Ronnie Jamison, Independence Jackie Jenkins, Batesville James Jenkins, Batesville Dennis Jennings, Horn Lake Glenda Jennings, Belzoni Kay Johnson, Courtland Roger Johnson, Coldwater Sid Johnson, Senatobia Reginald Johnson, Batesville Debbie Johnston, Coldwater W. Wray Johnston, Oxford Alice Jones, Olive Branch Connie Jones, Senatobia Gerry Jones, Coffeeville Gus Jones, Batesville Harold Jones, Lambert Jessie Jones, Holly Springs Jimmy Jones, Southaven Romania Jones, Batesville Wayne Jones, Southaven Paul Keating, Sardis Bobby Kelly, Batesville Helena Kelly, Coldwater Jan Kelly, Hernando John Kelly, Batesville Annie Kelsey, Nesbit Francis Kenniel, Charleston Suzanne Kesler, Abbeville Wendell Key, Hernando Paulette Killough, Sarepta James King, Oxford John King, Coldwater Jesse Kinnie, Holly Springs Sherry Kirby, Bruce Sue Kirby, Bruce Dora Kirk, Tillatoba Janet Kite, Coffeeville John Klyce, Sardis Sherry Knight, Oxford Roseanna Kohner, Holly Springs Carol Kopf, Senatobia Winston Lamb, Mineral Wells Sharon Lammey, Southaven Gwen Lancaster, Coffeeville Cheryl Lane, Southaven s.- fv- 'J il I - Q ' for f, :Z I - I " f - ' J - JI 1 . ,I A .Y , ' Y ' . 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W4 4 Q, 4. s - - s r X5 ' I ' "Qi Ricky Langston, Holly Springs Sidney Langston, Calhoun City Joe LaPorta, Memphis Don Latham, Water Valley David Laughlin, Calhoun City Rosemary Lavender, Charleston Joseph Lawrence, Holly Springs Don Lawyer, Southaven James Leggitt, Oxford Annie Lester, Potts Camp Robert Lewallen, Batesville Diane Lewis, Tunica William Lewis, New Madrid Carrie Liberto, Grenada Connie Little, Oxford Cynthia Little, Sardis Michael Little, Joiner Chuck Littleiohn, Coldwater Jack Lofton, Hughes Boyd Logan, Southaven John Lomax, Como Billie Long, Calhoun City Tom Long, Horn Lake Velma Love, Coldwater David Lowe, Senatobia Sharon Lucius, Derma Courtney Lutz, Southaven James Mack, Olive Branch Schelley Mackey, Mt. Pleasant Jackie Magness, Batesville Doug Mahan, Olive Branch Alvie Maior, Batesville Arma Lee Malone, Senatobia Jewel Malone, Holly Springs John Malouf, Greenwood Julie Manning, Hernando Anneliese Morkwell, Coldwater Darrell Marsh, Hernando Margaret Marsh, Byhalia 4 Deannie Martin, Memphis, Tn. Deborah Martin, Oxford Fred Martin, Memphis, Tn. Jim Martin, Southaven Mickey Martindale, Courtland Diane Mason, Olive Branch Rosalind Massey, Nesbit Steve Massey, Southaven Deborah Mathews, Memphis, Tn. Linda Mathis, Olive Branch James Matthews, Sarah Betty Matthews, Coldwater Danny Mauney, Southaven Susan Mauney, Hernando Denise May, Senatobia Mack Mayhan, Grenada Baird McAlexander, Byhalia Cheryl McAninch, Walls Joyce McCarrell, Memphis, Tn. Phil McClain, Hernando Scott McClendon, Holly Springs Frankie McCord, Oxford Jan McCormick, Bruce James McCostlin, Bruce Richard McCoy, Batesville Lynn McDaniel, Memphis, Tn. Bonnie McEwen, Oxford Gerald McEwen, Coldwater Lisa McFate, Rolling Fork Cathryn McGehee, Courtland Annetia McGlown, Oxford Peggie McKay, Coldwater Bill McKenzie, Southaven Amanda McKittrick, Batesville Danny McKittrick, Batesville Dot McKnatt, Olive Branch Sharon McMahon, Memphis, Tn. Jackie McMillen, Hernando Barbara McMinn, Courtland Robin McMurtrey, Southaven Katherine McNeese, Como Steve McPherson, Senatobia Beverly Medlin, Hernando Allen Meek, Charleston Charles Meeks, Senatobia William Mercer, Southaven Walter Meredith, Hernando George Messick, Coldwater Debbie Metrolis, Collinsville Lynn Michael, Senatobia Larry Middleton, Batesville Cathey Miller, Memphis, Tn, Earnest Miller, Waterford Judy Miller, Hernando za S V A :ni J i i . 'il Y-. . fix ,. , 1 ,, ' A 1. 1 ' Q ,N , ii 5 1 ' ' x .- i h 'A - A x I . ggi: l j Xi e E Z..-5 , ,..., f ' f ,f 'V ' .Vs... 5 '- J 5' -, W Es' 9 ' 5 , . . X ,fs , I .i.,..f'i.c i. ' t 3 A it 5 ?"' -1 , - 4-fuk as N l 2 t ll 'J " K ki. -4. 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Vannetter Moore, Holly Springs Henry Moorehead, Hickory Flat Linda Moron, Senatobia Cecil Morgan, Bruce Donald Morgan, Southaven Gerald Morgan, Olive Branch Teresa Morgan, Oakland Walter Morris, Southaven Linda Morse, Memphis, Tn. Julia Mote, Senatobia Jeannie Moxley, Water Valley Joe Mullen, Charleston Dexter Murphy, Olive Branch Gloria Murphy, Munford Kathy Murphy, Marks Dean Murrah, Southaven John Myles, Sumner Cynthia Nance, Paris Ruthie Nelson, Crenshaw Lydia Newberry, Hernando Carl Newsom, Coldwater Linda Newton, Senatobia Evelyn Neyman, Coldwater Robert Nicholas, Oxford George Nicks, Abbeville Stella Nicks, Abbeville John Nix, Memphis Lincoln Norfleet, Memphis Dell Norwood, Batesville Ethel Norwood, Batesville Debbie O'Brien, Memphis Danny Oliphant, Oxford Doug Olson, Memphis Tommy Orrell, Charleston Sue Osborn, Olive Branch Henry Paige, Holly Springs Charles Pardue, Memphis Keith Parker, Batesville Brenda Parks, Coldwater Elmer Parks, Southaven Gary Patrick, Holly Springs Harry Patterson, Senatobia Garland Payne, Collierville Gerald Payne, Collierville Joe Payne, Collierville Ronnie Payne, Memphis Jerry Pearson, Oxford Jesse Pearson, Oxford Mike Perkins, Sledge Randy Perkins, Marks Ann Perry, Nesbit Dawn Perry, Memphis Jan Person, Collierville Jo Ann Peters, Memphis Laverne Petty, Sarah Linda Phillips, New Madrid Abraham Pickens, Hernando Parker Pickle, Hernando Denise Pitcock, Batesville Nell Pitcock, Pope Darryl Pittman, Courtland ,MUN -v its - ,Q ... hi Vi ,fx '93, C 0 , V fel A ' w 1 Q. f'x 'Mi P A is S-. ,fl x v K Q i XJ 4 W l .Q W s.. .1 5 X 5:37 f Wg? LW,-5. gi if. x lg ' X S. A 'B Y 6. ,O I jx J' 'fl i John B. Poe, Calhoun City Lisa Poe, Calhoun City Robert M. Poley, Lake Cormorant Gwen Polk, Batesville Jane Polk, Senatobia Alton Pollan, Coffeeville Bill Pollard, Oxford Charles Posey, Oxford Billy Potts, Batesville James Hugh Powell, Sarah James Pratt, Calhoun City Gail Price, Senatobia Sherry Price, Memphis Nancy Prussia, Corinth Donna Pryor, Sarah Debbie Pugh, Memphis Joe Pullen, Water Valley Roxanne Purdy, Lambert Dennis Radford, Batesville Emmie l.. Ragland, Lambert Gary Ray, Southaven Kathryn Readenour, Sardis Keith Redding, Olive Branch Rodger Redding, Olive Branch Bill Reed, Batesville Joe Reed, Memphis Keith Renick, Memphis Kayla Reynolds, Memphis Lynn Rials, Senatobia Cindy Rials, Senatobia Dona Richardson, Olive Branch Fay Richmond, Holly Springs Steve Riley, Water Valley Vicky Ritchie, Coldwater Joey Roberson, Hernando Gary Robertson, Somerville Greg Robertson, Clarksdale Martha Robertson, Calhoun City Linda Robinson, Holly Springs Deborah Robison, Water Valley Rob Robison, Batesville Whit Robison, Batesville Judy Rockette, Taylor Tommy Rodgers, Byhalia Donna Rogers, Hernando Donna Rose, Hernando Gwendolyn Rosemon, Senatobia Bob Rowe, Charleston Joel Rowland, Sarah Linda Roy, Oxford Robert Roy, Marks Bryant Russell, Hernando Patricia Russell, Batesville Deborah Ruth, Bruce Clay Sanders, Southaven Marguerite Sanders, Senatobia Renee Sanders, Senatobia Lawrence Sartain, Horn Lake Robert Sasser, Germantown Shelia Scales, Olive Branch Allan Scott, Hernando Dona Scott, Hernando Gatha Scott, Coldwater Stevie Scott, Hernando Debbie Seale, Batesville Roberta Sewell, Southaven Nancy Shangle, Oakton Mary Shaw, Batesville Rita Shepherd, Clarksdale Debbie Shook, Charleston William Simmons, Southaven Nancy Simpson, Brazil Patricia Simpson, Memphis Sherry Simpson, Lambert Vernon Simpson, Senatobia Faye Sims, Batesville Freddie Lee Sims, Sardis Mark Sinquefield, Senatobia Warren Slayden, Holly Springs Lynn Sledge, Senatobia Sandy Sledge, Lake Cormorant Cubie Smith, Coldwater Dennis Smith, Batesville ldessie Smith, Hernando James Smith, Ashland Julia Ann Smith, Coldwater Julian Smith, Lamar Johnny Smith, Water Valley Linda Smith, Coldwater Lois Smith, Water Valley Louis Smith, New Madrid Mac Smith, Coldwater Mary Smith, Sardis Michael Smith, Grenada Mike Smith, Coldwater Randy Smith, Memphis Sherry Smith, Marianna, Ark. Tony Smith, Olive Branch Tony Smith, Senatobia Don Snipes, Olive Branch Richard Snow, Olive Branch Dennis Sowell, Coldwater 1 A -4 . Ji' .try ?i'c pls 4' 4 ie- fel' L , ...Q 'l il . X iff ll X Q" A 4 lf- ,i-' 1 . L fe S N S, M s X X Q-s l R m 'M . , ff., 5, xi Q, Q K is wigggy , X M " mf, .Y 'Si lg. vw ' ' f iffgl' S -. I f,, 'A '- :Eg .,, re . -'T-r ,' 44 37. .. I . N " 5 , ll X JN -- . ,Pi ' " - li vs. , 'H P S. 4 ,M , A . , . L 1 iss is .. f L .57 'K' " , A g.i"'Q 2 f f ,-- 1- iffif i ' axrig. L V .l F . N ,ll Y 1 1 Lf Q- L. I 1' , QQ, fi . Q i 3 gf 3, Qi S fax g si-si A . i r w 9 i , K " x A W il ii' Allpsflxg X Q ' fl 4 . is 5 'w, 9--C +A 'g A .,'l'fl' X F' ' L ,V Ay' . a . 3 ""' ff-it .r 9 5 -v J L . .i ' 'TT' 6 ,ZPL i 'R T FW i,.I I B, D y I , 3... i . , -' A ' f f in N417 .1 ,T K i 15- I V .A 3.3 E , . v tif , i 1 'Q - 'U- ,xv ij , ,. 'Q if 1 'ki 5- . is iz' is Y. . A s s 5 I - Ilan . Y.. .5 'Y 1 L L f 1 4 i as v vvs,, I 1 lx ' - 7. 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QA- Pj in :Q ' I Q5 5 .uf X ' K V ' We elm 'J l M L f i lm fe 6 ir 'J Li ,A f . xl S 4' 2' til G Q-, ff' Q1 U' A QKILQ Sally Sparrenberger, Olive Branch Judy Spaur, Como Fred Spearman, Oakland Margaret Spears, Batesville Cheryl Stacks, Coldwater Connie Stacks, Michigan City Gloria Stamps, Batesville Sara Sue Standard, Hernando Glenda Stanford, Nesbit Jacky Stanton, Potts Camp Ann Starnes, Southaven Danny Stegall, Bruce Joseph Stephens, Batesville Eddie Stevison, Hernando Betty Steward, Crowder Cathy Stewart, Olive Branch Stevie Stewart, Coffeeville Michell Stone, Southaven Reda Stone, Horn Lake Betty Stovall, Senatobia Hugh Stovall, Horn Lake Julie Strange, Batesville Pam Strickland, Sardis Jimmie Strong, Lambert Gloria Stroud, Grenada Tommy Sturdivant, Oxford Billy Sudduth, Nesbit Debby Sudduth, Memphis, Tn. Chip Sugar, Tunica Don Summers, Southaven Barney Swindoll, Robinsonville Gail Sykes, Grenada Karen Sylvester, Olive Branch Luzanne Talarico, Memphis, Tn. John Tomke, Senatobia Sissy Tanlcsley, Batesville Lynda Tatum, Oxford Margaret Tatum, Taylor David Taylor, Potts Camp Eddie Taylor, Oxford Tommy Terry, Coldwater Sharon Theobald, Oxford Virginia Thomas, Holly Springs Willie Thomas, Coldwater George Thompson, Somerville Kay Thompson, Hernando Richard Thompson, Memphis, Tn. Ronny Thompson, Hickory Flat Tim Thompson, Coahoma Tina Thompson, Senatobia Walter Thompson, Holly Springs Kay Thornton, Courtland Adrian Threadgill, Big Creek Delphine Threat, Coldwater 9 Patricia Tidwell, Oxford Chris Till, Tula Cindy Tomlinson, Holly Springs Joe Torti, Senatobia Drusilla Townsend, Sardis Luther Townsend, Southaven Mary Townsend, Grenada James Treadway, Hernando Janice Trotter, Marks David Tubbs, Calhoun City Odie Tubbs, Sardis Johnny Tullos, Marks Dorothy Tucker, Courtland Clark Turnage, Holly Springs James Turnage, Horn Lake Pattie Turner, Bruce Shannon Turner, Tunica Thomas Turner, Batesville Jackie Tutor, Marks Kaye Tutor, Houlka Jean Twilla, Tunica Paul Twilley, Coldwater David Tyler, Senatobia Minnie Tyson, Taylor Jerry Upton, Marks Bonni Urbanek, Oxford Thelma Valentine, Coldwater Ray Vaughn, Calhoun City Lowrey Veazey, Senatobia Suzanne Veazy, Ocean Springs Linda Vinzant, Robinsonville Carole Anne Wade, Lambert Kathy Wait, Senatobia Bronwyn Waldrip, Coldwater Deborah Waldrip, Sardis Shelia Waldrip, Sardis Delton Walker, Horn Lake Larry Walker, Olive Branch Marcia Walker, Independence 1- 4, 9' i fn L N l E . 4 3415. r ll X . fl.. 1.5 ' N ,1f'im lf' , Oo L yx ' s ,ak 1 tin-' S '- psy X fo-. S., ill . l ff ,x 4'-. l ' L 6 ,ylf lf I A 7, il Q i r x Pose Preffy Please , ' 234 ,-46 ,,,x -'S ---4, . Ill! v E l E S i u E 1 , 1. " ' . . .H ,,. 5 I .. 1 .v. 1- L I "1 " ff'-7 : -. -., ,- .x, .fr ,. ,V 5 ,154-,'vv. Y I h r will 615510 N1 f ,.-- 4--'T xx x fi , ...1-1, ,-i- ,. 7 Q , 6 ,-,lv -Q 4+ if-P-"r" , x , . -gr I - ', . 'A-My-2' J. 'T -.Q -1:3-.. -'T "9 ,,"Ti4-732 " if f41,::,-I ,v 1..-tv. ' 'mrzff-L z 15 3- . M I ,'- . K -t - Hari' X ' .. 4. V-b ,L,z, wr? I, A fafi .pf Y ' s """'n9m ..-...i -.,,--uv lf' fs' uv. "Z 3 " ,J "X I r ,1 W7 , V7 'V' ,NN v . sy ,. ?,i'E5gk x A "4,Q5,1+w24,. ' . ,- 1 .Y J , 1 an 0 ,Q , 49 Qi Q fl' 4: 'ao A 'I l',! 3 v' I .fxx -wx. 8 .' 1:1 X81 2 Into Tomorrow 1 WW' A 'N ,nl 57's .WEA - f' on 1. , o. . li rw S jim U? '. 7 . ' k Q ' -i -frft. Q.. +1-ff-an ..' The multitude of faces at Northwest compose a unique "festival of people." We are different in many aspects yet share a common interest - hopes for a better future. People are the world. Students are Northwest. Without people there is nothing! With people life becomes a festival - of classes, of sports, of organizations, and of activities. As the changes in the world occur, Northwest continues to expand. The plans for the coliseum and the chang- ing of the women's rules indicate that Northwest is not only growing within its boundaries but is striving to keep in pace with society. With the war behind us and peace at hand, we can now turn our attention to building a better future, and this can only be accomplished through education. Each student at Northwest is an individual seeking his own identity. We hope the 1973 ROCKETEER has captured a spectrum of these identities. Sincerely, If lr' ll L, '-fiiflg, gi,pCf- yi4,lii.fi,u,.-' Editor 239 ..- A T Abernathy, Linda Carol - 213 Acuff, Joanne - 142, 193, 100 Directory Student Body Adair, William - 213 Adams, Belinda Faye - 193, 99 Adams, Debra Joyce - 193, 100 Adams, Rosa Mae - 213 Adaam, Terry Lee - 213 Baldwin, Susan Kaye - 213 Balfour, Mary Jean - 213 Ballard, Earlene - 99 Ballentine, Beatrice - 213 Boggan, James Harrison - 214 Bolen, Geraldine - 86 Bolen, William Bruce - 87, 214 Bolton, Pamela Gay - 80, 214 Buford, Buford, Neely L. - 98, 194 Rebecca Ann - Bullard, Jacqueline D. - 99, 215 Bullard, Jerry Nolan - 91, 215 1 Bartos, Joseph C. - 193 Cain, Jerry Fred - 91, 195 Carr, Gregory Leon - 99, 216 Bishop, Peggy Ann - 214 Adams, Yvonia - 78, 193, 95, 99 Addington, Michael -- 193, 95 Adler, Stephen Howard - 145, 213 Agostinelli, Madalyn J. - 193, 100, 46, 44 Ainsworth, Charles - Aldison, Rita Gail - 213 Aldridge, Mickey Randle - 112, 193, 120, 104, 58, 28 Aldridge, Sammie Wayne - 114, 213, 104, 120 Alexander, Charles S. - 193 Alexander, Julia lasbelle - 213 Alexander, Larry Henry -- 78, 213 Allen, Forest - Allen, Virginia Dell - 33, 74, 79, 193, 32, 34, 46, 102, 44, 58 Allred, James Thomas - 119, 213, 104, 94 Alston, Paula Lorraine - 213 Anderson, Frank Larry - 193 Anderson, Leroy Jr. - 193 Anderson, Willie Seal - 193 Andrews, Bobbie Sue - 193, 99 Anglin, Missy - 88 Ansbrd, Patrick Dennis - 193 Armstrong, Annie Jean - 123, 95, 99, 213 Armstrong, Samuel T. - 72, 193, 158 Armstrong, Stanley - 191, 193, 98 Ash, Janice Yolanda - 79, 193, 100 Ashe, Martha Ann - 73, 78, 193, 85, 92, 96, 97, 102, 105, 55, 58 Ashe, Sammy B. - 193 Ashford, Cynthia Ann - 74, 193 Ashley, Jane Marie - 213, 97 Avant, Jessie Craig --- 90, 213 Avery, Charles Thomas ll - 193, 105, 102, 92 Ayres, Sidney N. - 193, 95 , B , Babb, Joseph Abel - 213 Babb, Kathy Ann - 193, 94 Baggett, Fred Hall - 213, 97 Ballentine, Rachel - 193, 100, 99, Bonner, Barbara Christine - 86, 214 84 1 Bonner, Geraldine - 99, 194 Ballof B0n"'e Am' - seene, Michael Ray - 94, 104, 131 Barber, James Ivan - 213 194' 137 Barber, Roy Gerald - 213, 83 Bofenl Michael Lynn .. 194 Barbour, Karen Marie - 77, 103, gonnwickl Norrna Ryan , 95, 232 146' 213 Bostick, Rita Jane - 79, 88, 214 Barbour' Wa11er Eugene -' 91' 193' Bouchillon, Margaret Nell - 78, 80, 81197 81,89,214 BCIfl0W, Mdfgdfel Ann T 3, Bowden Nellie i 100 Bowie, Cheryl Evelyn - 95, 214 Barmer James Lynn - 213 Box Paulette n- 97 214 Barner, Micheal Lane - 213 Box' Rickey E - 89 214 g""'e2' E"'b7'c'Afm" -5133 Boyd, Donald William - 214 Gfne ennls an T ' Bdh ,B.Al -102,194 Barnett, Kenneth Edward -- 213 ra S aw elly Yee BaNey, BaHey BaHey, BaHey, BaHey, Baken Bakeg Bakeg Baken Baken Bakeg Baken Baken 240 Dorothy Claire - 213, 95 Janie Marie - 213 Melanie Marie - 213 Vicki Jo - 213 William L. - 213 Bennie Quay - 213, 105 Bertha Rea - 213 Bobby Gene - 213 James Ellis - 213, 87 Nancy Louise -- 213, 92 Steven Allen - 213 Thomas Garner - 193 William Ellis - 213 Barnwell, Anna L. - 192, 193, 100 Barry, Terry O. - 90, 193, 53 Baxter, Will Henry - 193, 99 Beals, Mary Melinda - 213 Beard, Albert - 213, 131, 104, 94, Bramuchi, Larry Joseph -214 Branan, Peggy Rhodes - 95, 194 Brand, Sandra Carolyn - 95, 102, 214 Brandes, Keith Edward - 91 , 194 Brandon, Barbara Jane - 214 Brandon, Marla Susan - 212, 214 137 In F 213 97 Brandon, Raiford Orr Jr. - 214 Beard' De lc aye - ' Brandon, Sharon Anne - 86, 214 Beardain, Romana P. - 213 Beasley, Joseph Terry - 213 Beasley, Rosanne - 213 Branum, Brooke Taylor -102,214 Brasher, Cynthia Han - Bundy, Robert Thomas - 215 Burford, Bernard F. - 215 Burgess, Pamela Barkley - 215 Burke, Robert Lynn - 87, 194 Burkhardt, Peter Joseph - 95, 215 Burnham, Rufus R. Jr. - 72, 73, 75, 195 Burns, David Joe - Burns, Leonard E. - 94, 215 Burns, Stephen Wade - 195 Burress, Timothy Ransom - 195 Burt, Debbie Jo - 195 Burt, Wade M. - 195 Burton, Robert Bernard - 87, 215 Byars, Betty Jane - 97, 215 Butler, Milton Jr. - 195 Byrd, William Julius - 215 -C- Caffey, Clint Jr. - 215 Caffey, Penny Claire - 215 Cairns, Albert Eugene - 85, 98, 195 Caldwell, Cynthia Claire - 95, 142, 215 Caldwell, Janet Elizabeth - 103, 215 Calhoun, Pamela Marie - Callicott, James Steele - 95, 215 Camp, Ted Rex - 195 Campbell, Melvin - 99, 215 B , J h M D ld - 214 Beavers, Charles Daniel - 193 my osep C limo h R , Id W H6 213 Brents, Ernest Harrlson - 83, 214 Beigts Ieglna oyne - ' ' Brewer, Cathy S. - 94, 194 Belle, Ronald Aaron - 76, 138, 193 Bmw" Lois - 2,14 214 Bell, Beverly Jean -- 213 Brewer' olmonfl ce 1 Bell ceiel Ann - 193 99 78 B'e"'e" W"m"""'1f' - 214 ' ' I Bridges, Carol Elaine - 215 Bell, Evalina lrby - 84, 99, 100, 193 Bell, Milton Wayne - 102, 193 Belote, Linda Kaye - 97, 213 Britt, Frank Allen - 215 Broadway, Ricky M. - 50, 87, 194 Belote, Roger James - 91, 213 Bmoks' Roymfmd F' Jr' - 78' 194 Beltz, Robert Douglas - 213 Brown' Barbara Kay - 215 Benner, oeeei 1. - 94, 104, 118, B"T2'g' 1336" Lee - 75' 76' 94' 120, 213 ' Brown, Donald Maxie Jr. - 91, 194 Bennett, Kathy Diane - 97, 213 Bennett, Michael Wayne - 94, 213 Berry, Marsha Jane - 214 Berryhill, Bennie - 214 Berryhill, Sam ll - 214 Brown, Hilda Gaye - 97, 215 Cannon, John A. - 215 Capps, Robert Young - 215 Carlini, Judy Cornelia - 215 Carlisle, Mitzi Y. - 215 Carlisle, Charlotte E. - 86, 216 Carlisle, Richard W. - 215 Carlton, Frederick B.Jr. - 85, 97 215 Carlton, Gary Allen - 195 Brown, Jennie Dale - 88, 215 Brown, Lula Allen - 215 Brown, Roger Larry - 215 Carmichael, Bobbie R. - 73, 74, 84, 99, 100, 195 Carpenter, Patti Ruth - 215 Carpenter, Vicki Lyn - 94, 216 Carr, Clyde Joseph - Beg Joe Paul - 194 Brown, Ruby Bailey - 194 Bins' Deonnc J 1 86 214 Brown, Teresea Ann - 95, 142, 215 Bishop, Janet Lee - 42, 79, ao, 102, B'0W""'9' J"""'Y D' - '94 214 Bruckner, Clasa Sue - Blackburn, Gary - 99, 214 Blake, Ora Narcis - 214 Blalock, David Olens - 214 Bland, Rebecca Sharon - 90, 93, 214 Blankenshio, James Sidney - 97, 214 Blaylock, Winford Gary - 214 BloodWorth, Raymond Keith - 95, 102, 214 Boatner, May Jane - 99, 214 Bobo, Claudine - 214 Boga, Ethel Patricia - 214 Brunt, Josie Ann - 88, 99, 194 Brunt, Melvin Gene - 215 Bryant, Billy Jr. - 215 Bryant, Carl Wesley - 87, 194 Bryant, Fern Ordell - 215 Bryant Gertrude - 215 Bryant, Millicent Anglin - 194 Bryant, Virginia Reese - 215 Bryant, William Don - 194 Buchanan, Andy H. - 104, 1 13, 120, 215 Buckley, Deborah Anne - 194 Buckley, Milton - 99 Buford, Calvin Franklin - 99, 215 Carroll, Rosalind - 99, 195 Carter, David L. - 87, 195 Carter, Edward Jr. - 95, 195 Carter, Katherine Lynn - 216 Carter, Robin Jean - 216 Carter, Vicki L. - Caruso, Barbara A. - 216 Carver, Randy - 195 Castle, Donald H. - Castleberry, Alice O'Dell-- 216 Castleberry, Vicki C. - 216 Cathey, Coleman Jr. - 99, 216 Chadwick, Joseph Franklin - 195 Chamberlin, Teresa Ann - 41, 58, 93, 142, 195 Chapman, Virginia Kay - 195 Charlton, Nikki Velina - 216 Childers, Bettie Lee - 195 Childers, Brody Lee - 195 Chimahusky, John Stanley - 51, 73, 91, 195, 28 Chimahusky, Edward V. - 91, 216 Chrestman, Arther Gale - 87, 195 Chrestman, Sandra Carol -- 95, 216 Chrestman, Wanda Sue - 100, 102, 195 Cicalla, Anthony John lll - 216 Clanton, Ronald Archie - 216 Crain, Elizabeth Carol - 217 Crain, Michael H. - 83, 95, 104, 117,120,121, 196 Crane, William Jr. - 217 Crawford, Carl E. - 217 Crawford, Conchita E. - 73, 80, 81, 89, 93 96, 102, 196 Crawford Jerry Wayne -- 217 Crawford Richard L. - 217 Crawford, Teresa Lynn -- 217 97, 196 Darnell, Gary Lee - 217 Davidson, Janis Lynn - 217 Davidson, Larry D. - 217 Davis, Annie Maud - 57, 84, 94, 147, 196 Davis, Betty J. - 217 Davis, Betty Linda - 99 Dillon, Mitzi Kay - 89, 216 Clark, Benjamin Fred - 97, 216 Clark, Dianna Lynn - 90, 93, 216 Clark, James Lamar - 216 Clark, Johnnie Cleveland Clark, Marie Blackburn Clark, Michael Owen - 93 Clark, Susan Michele - 58, 74, 79, 95, 102, 195 Clark, Teresa Gay - 95, 216 Clayton, Anita Higgins - 86, 216 Clayton, Ronald Joseph - 195 Cobb, Robert Steven Coker, Linda Kay - 93, 195 Cole, Boyd H. - 39, 40, 58, 94, 104,110,120,121,195 Cresswell, Richard Arnold - 97, 196 Criswell, Phillip Wayne - 217 Crockett, Jo Karen - 196 Crockett, Kathrina Rae - 79, 102, 217 Crouch, Ronnie Lynn - 87, 217 Crowley, Everett Whitman - 78, 91 , 217 Crowley, Sthephen Tipp - 196 Crumby, Tom Ross Jr. - 97, 217 Culver, Kim Elizabeth - 86, 217 Cunningham, Janet Kay - 217 Cunningham, Judith - 98, 196 Curtis, Patricia Dolores - 217 .-D- Davis, Clinton Edward - 217, 136, 137 Davis, Helen Fay Davis, Juanita W. Davis, Keith Benard - 217 Davis, Leslie Wade - 196 Davis, Linda Gene -- 98, 217 Davis, Robert Michael - 80, 81, 8 102, 196 Cole, Burney Duane - 94, 216 Cole, Grady Floyd - 195 Cole, Homer L. - 99 Cole, Robinn Lee - 79, 216 Cole, Wanda Renee - 99, 195 Coleman, Anthony Blake - 216 Coleman, Eugene C. Jr. - 99, 216 Coleman, Joe Lee - 99 Coleman, John Roland - 148 Coleman, Sanders Marie - 74, 216 Coleman, Sue Lee Collier, Gary Lynn - 216 Collins, Edwin Duke - 216 Collins, Jimmy Gale - 216 Collins, Kerry A. - 216 Collins, Marc Chauncey - 94, 216 Colston, Clyde Eugene - 83, 104, 116, 120, 195 Colston, Joyce Ann --- 86, 216 Conrad, Addid Mae - 99, 195 Conner, Gearoldine - 90, 216 Conner, Rebecca L. - 77, 80, 93, Dahl, Calvin Ronald - 196 Dalton, Johnny Edward - 217 Dancy, Bette Lou - 217 Dandridge, Nancy Lee - 217 Daniel, Cleatrice - 95, 99, 196 Daniels, Frances - 99 Darby, Kathleen - 95, 217 Darby, Margaret Ann - 95, 217 Darby, Rita Nell - 58, 74, 87, 96, Davis, Steven Mark - 217 Davis, Wanda Carol - 95, 217 Dawkins, Lynette Jennings - 80, 81 217 Dawson, Robert Shelton - 75, 196 Day, Charolotte Lane - 50, 73, 80, 84, 92, 93,101,105, 217 Dean, Betty Ann - 86, 217 Deaton, Bonita Loraine - 196 Deaton, lris Ann - 79, 102, 104, 217 Deaton, Margaret E. - 89, 217 Delaney, William - 217 Denley, Linda Ruth - 217 Denton, Joy Ellen - 77, 85, 217 Denton, Walter W. - 43, 104, 1 10, 120, 217 Derryberry, James W. - 87, 196 Devereaux, Linda C. - 52, 85, 96, 196 Dew, Wilton Winfield - 87, 217 Dewbre, Jon Marie - 30, 31, 36, 39 59, 67, 72, 74, 76, 93, 100, 101, 196 Dickerson, Perrin Eugene - 217 Dickerson, Teresa Jean - 95, 102, 217 Dickerson, Thomas Dale -- 95, 218 Dickey, Janet Lynn - 95, 196 Dickson, Herbert Lake Dickson, John Samuel - 88, 218 Dickson, William W. - 97, 218 Didlake, Charles Mikell - 96, 196 Didlake, Pamela Lance - 196 Dixon, Lee Williams - 78, 89, 196 Dobbins, Gloria Dean - 196 Dobbins, Thelma Joyce - 99, 196 Dockery, Alfred Jr. - 104, 128, 197, 137 Dollahite, Becky Lynn - 102, 218 Donaldson, Joel S. - 218 Dondeville, Julia Lynn - 218 Doolittle, Barry Thomas -- 197 Dorr, James Stewart - 218 Dorr, Olivia Ann - 79, 100, 218 Douglas, John Steven - 232 Dowdle, Thomas David - 78, 80, 98 218 Draper, Benetta - 84, 99, 218 Duffee, Kathleen Brown - 84, 95 Duke, Edward Calvin - 218 Dunoway, Etta Jeanine - 218 Cooper, 94, 102, 105, 195 Cook, Catherine Denise - 216 Cook, L. C. - 217 Cook, Valerie Royce - 217 Cooke, William David - 85, 195 Cooks, Celestine Sherlyn - 217 Cooper, Brenda Dianne - 195 Cooper, Dale Evans - 99, 217 Cooper, Hiram Frank Cooper, James Richard - 94, 195 Larry Donell - 94, 217 Copper, Michael Doyle - 87, 217 Coopwood, Mary A. - 217 Correro, Dorothy Arram - 97, 217 Cotten, Harold William - 217 Covington, James Henry - 54, 58, 196, 149 Cowans, Albert - 99, 196 Cox, Evelyn Ogle - 73, 212, 217 Cox, K. P. - 99,104,112,120, 217 Cox, Phillip Craig - 196 Cox, Stephen Lee - 217 Craft, Carey Alan - 83, 217 Craig, Julia Brackin 241 Glass, Bobby Earl - 219 Dunaway, Jo Jean - 218 Dungan, Gay Lynn - 67, 79, 93, 101, 218 Dunn, Deborah Dee Dunn, Kathy Eve - 86, 197 Dunn, William H. - 94, 138, 145, 197 1 E .1 Eaton, William Lynn - 197 Echols, Charlene -- 218 Echols, Terry Wayne - 197 Edwards, Charles F. - 218 Edwards, Danny Lee - 94, 218 Edwards, Gary Allen - 97, 218 Edwards, Gloria Jean - 197 Edwards, Gwen Aileen - 197 Edwards, Monroe Russell - 218 Edwards, Nell - 197 Egbert, Larry T. - 95, 197 Ellis, William Carl - 218 Ellzey, Byron Carl - 91, 218 Embrey, Anthony Maxville - 218 Embrey, Avis Keith -- 218 Embrey, Wanda Susan - 79, 197 Embry, Donna C. - 218 Emerson, Owen B. - 197 England, Marsha Luanne - 79, 218 Enlow, Douglas Hunter - 218 Estock, Debra Ann - 218 Estridge, Jeanie Marie - 97, 197 Etheridge, Harvey E. - 87, 218 Evans, Tommy Lee - 197 Evans, Walter R. Jr. Everett, James Patrick - 218 .. F , Fair, Charles Michael - 104, 113, 120, 218 Fair, Rebekah Lou - 80, 89, 218 Falkner, Katie Rene - 218 Fancher, Richard Taylor - 218 Farley, Timothy Joseph - 104, 1 15, 120, 197 Faulkenbery, James David - 197 Faust, Billie Marlene - 86, 218 Fears, William Donnie - 100, 197 Ferguson, Carla Gayle - 35, 37, 45, 59, 72, 88, 102, 197 Ferguson, Dorthy Jean - 99, 218 Ferguson, Edwin Lee - 97, 218 Ferguson, James Austin Jr. - 87, 218 Ferguson, Shelia Kay - 78, 97, 105 Finley, Lawrence - 218 Finney, Richard Lee Fisher, Joe Raymond - 197 Fisher, Ward Anderson - 219 Fitts, Nora Anne - 219 Fitzgerald, Jeffery Lee - 94, 105, 219 Fiveash, Floyd Ellis - 197 Flake, Sandra Lee - 102, 197 Flake, Judy Frances - 102, 219 Fleming, Teresa J. - 197 Flemons, Sylvia Kay - 80, 90, 100, 102, 197 Flowers, Herman Lee - 99, 197 Flowers, Mary Ann - 93, 197 Flowers, Rebecca Jill - 73, 80, 89, 102, 197 Floyd, Nancy Jean - 67, 93, 97, 219 Flynn, Menna Lou - 85, 219 Ford, Earline - 77, 84, 99, 198 Fore, John Michael - 219 Forest, George Edwards - 78, 80, 89, 198 Fortner, Sharon Lynn - 96, 198 Foster, Freddie - 198 Fox, Charles Edward - 99, 219 Franklin, Terry Lynn Frazier, Deborah Ann - 219 Frazier, Lawrence W. - 198 Freeman, Bobby Ford - 219 Freeman, Gregory Davis - 104, 119, 120, 198 Freeman, James Paul - 219 Freeman, Freeman, Kathleen Nanette - 219 Mitchell Charles French, Malcolm Robert - 77, 198 Fugitt, Ophelia Hare - 232 Fulgham, John Lloyd - 96, 219 Fuller, Fayanne - 219 Fuller, Michael Aaron - 198 Fuller, Perry Hagan - 198 Fuller, William Pressley - 76, 219 Fulmer, Cherissa Lynn - 198 Fulmer, Cheryle Kaye - 219 T G L Gabbert, Scott Decelle - 83, 100, 104, 130, 198, 137 Gaber, Cynthia Lynne - 97, 219 Gaines, Danny C. - 78, 80, 89, 198 Gaines, Sandra Kay - 219 Galbraith, Robert Allen - 219 Gales, Betty Smith - 99, 198 Gallant, Henry Andrew - 67, 80, 92, 93,101, 219 Garrett, Douglas Warren - 104, 114, 120, 219 Garrett, Ronald Michael - 219 Garett, William Walton - 219 Gates, Beniamin Parker - 82, 98, 219 Geary, Paul Christopher - 97, 219 Gee, Jack Willard Jr. - 198 Gibbs, Annie E. - 99, 198 Gibert, Stanley - 85, 198 Gipson, Clinton E. - 198 Gipson, Marvin Jean - 198 Givens, Curtis William - 99, 219 Glover, Glenda Sue - 219 Golden, Robert Gary - 219 Gooch, Phillip Lee - 198 Goode, Agnes Kay - 219 Goodnite, John T. Jr. - 219 Goodson, Silvin Eugene - 198 Goolsay, Roger Dale - 90, 198 Gordon, Mary Paula - 86, 219 Gordon, Robert Henry - 198 Gouge, Deborah Ann - 84, 219 Gourgues, Pamela Ann - 219 Gowen, Jennifer Kay - 219 -4 ,f sf V A W .1:. ,fri , ,V ,5,f,f1. 1 'Af-yy. H5 up," J .1321 l f . ' ,. any -ff 'V f J H., Y, ef- V . on 'TXAT3K.t."' ". "'AQ'Kii"T"' 'n,3 ' - " so o 1 4. ,J s Yfigitfs affix... 42 Gowen, Kenneth King III -- 78, 102, 219 Graham, Doris Fae - 86, 219 Grainger, Thomas Larry Jr. - 219 Gray, Lee R. Jr. - 97, 219 Gray, Vince Patrick - 219 Gray, William Claude - 72, 97, 192, 198 Greene, Jean Belinda - 85, 219 Greer, Franklin A. Jr. - 198 Gregory, Stephen A. - 95, 198 Griffin, Patricia Ann - 219 Grimes, James Lannt - 198 Grisham, Ethel Ann - 78, 95, 219 Grisham, Jeanne Ellen - 95, 198 Grissom, Terry Lee - 219 Gross, Ella Mae - 84, 219 Guest, Marilyn Joyce - 100, 219 Guffey, Shela Ann - 96 Gulledge, Jennifer Sue - 85, 88, 219 Gurley, Mildred Jeanette -- 55, 88, 96, 199 Gurley, Pamela Kathryn - 219 Gurner, John Kennedy Jr. - 219 T H .1 Hackman, Connie Sue - 219 Hackman, Henry Steve - 104, 118, 120, 219 Hadley, Alan Lance - 219 Haire, Timothy C. - 98, 199 Hairston, Gene Earl - 99, 219 Hairston, Roy Lee - 99, 220 Hale, Edwin Whitfield Hale, James Stephen - 98 220 Haley, Mark Stephen - 220 Haley, Scott Allen - 199 Haley, William Martin - 220 Hall, David Sidney - 220 Hall, Deborah Lee - 146, 220 Hall, Edward Earl - 199 Hall, Michael Alan - 220 Hall, Theaudry - 99, 199 Halliburton, Michael H. - 92, 101, 220 Hamblin, Michael - 87, 220 Hamilton, James Ray - 72, 94, 212, 220 Hampton, Martha Ann - 199 Hands, Larry Iceburg - 220 Handy, Bernard Haney, Patricia Arnold - 102, 220 Hankins, Norma June - 86, 220 Hanks, James Cecil Jr. - 220 Hannah, Vickie Logan - 220 Hardin, Derry Lynn - 98, 220 Dardin, Gayle Lynn -- 95, 220 Hardin, Randall Earl - 95, 220 Harding, Roger Bruce - 83, 96, 98, 102, 199 Hardison, Bryant Bruce - 199 Hardison, Mary Alicia - 199 Hardrick, James V. - 220 Hardrick, Margaret Jean - 220 Hardrick, Natham Jr. - 199 Hardwick, Mary Jo - 99, 199 Harmon, Barbara Gail - 86, 220 Harmon, William F. - 199 Harper, Sandra Denise - 99, 199 Harris, Dan Edward - 7, 59, 67, 78, 85, 93, 103, 199 Harris, Donald Wayne - 80, 81, 89, 145, 220 Harris, Helen K. - 220 Harris, Jefferson Larry - 199 Harris, Michael Eugene - 220 Harris, Monica Denise -- 39, 40, 73, 76, 88, 102, 199 Harris, Robert Wayne - 199 Harris, Samola - 200 Harris, Virda Mae - 77, 199 Harrison, James Michael - 138, 199 Harrison, Larry W. - 220 Harrison, Sharon Baker - 220 Hart, Susan Hyde - 220 Hart, William Cary - 220 Hartley, Nancy Ruth - 220 Hartley, Richard Allen - 87, 220 Hartzell, Jacqueline Ruth - 88, 220 Harwood, William Michael Haslip, Dennis A. - 81, 199 Hosting, Zack Rabon Ill - 93 Hosting, Lanita Gwen - 67, 92, 93, 101, 199 Hosting, Paul David - 199 Hataway, Clarence Walker - 220 Hatten, Cynthia Lela - 93, 102, 105, 220 A Havens, Kenneth Berton - 220 Hawkins, Jennifer Ann - 220 Hawkins Michael Lee - 87, 199 Hawkins Michael Thomas - 220 Hawiubs, William Franklin - 220 Hayden, Mark W. - 103, 220 Hayes, Herbert James - 199 Haynes, Michael Keith - 199 Haynes, Wanda Carol - 220 Hays, Donna Childress - 220 Haywood, Melinda Carol - 95, 96, 199 Hearn, Joyce Janiece - 199 Hearon, Larry Lecal - 133, 104, 120, 220 Hellums, Rickey Lamar - 220 Hemphill, Clifton Gary - 220 Henderson, Bernard - 78, 80, 89, 199 Henderson, Margaret L. - 99, 199 Henderson, Rebecca - 220 Henderson, Robert Earl - 99, 104, 120, 1 17, 220 Henley, Myrtis Lee - 99 Hensley, John Wade - 80, 89, 220 Hentz, Jerry L - 99, 199 Hentz, Mattie Pearl - 99 Hernandez, Charles D. - 220 Herrin, Doris Jean - 93, 103, 220 Herring, Gwendolyn J. - 67, 95, 220 Herring, Larry Keith - 95, 99, 199 Herrington, John Darryl Hicks, Mary-Blanche - 220 Higgs, Vickie Lamar - 95, 221 Hill, Minnie Louise -- 199 Hill, Robert Jr. - 221 Hillord, Bridie Jean - 99, 221 Hilliard, Mary Jo - 59, 73, 74, 77, 84, 85, 99, 199 Himphill, Gary - 97 Hitt, Cindy Kay - 95, 221 Hobbs, James Vernons ll - 221 Hobbs, Nancy Ann - 80, 93, 95, 221 Hodge, Theron Eldrid Jr. - 221 Hodges, Sandra Ann - 232 Hogue, William Eades - 221 Holcomb, Olin Thomas - 197, 221 Holcombe, Robert Reed - 221 Holder, John William - 67, 73, 80, 92, 93, 96,101,105,199 Holland, Paula Ann - 92, 221 Holland, Sherry Ann - 99, 221 Holland, Stanley B. - 200 Holley, Danny Harold -- 221 Holley, Donnie Duane - 221 Hollingsworth, Betty Jo - 95, 200 Hollingsworth, Larry D. - 77, 97, 221 Hollingsworth, Terry Jake - 221 Holloway, Brenda Gail - 221 Holloway, Charles A. - 200 Holloway, Guy Russell - 221 Holloway, Rebecca Jean - 80, 81, 89, 102, 221 Holman, Jarvie - 221 Holman, Sammie Kaye - 200 Holmes, Royce Wain - 200 Holmes, William Henry Hood, Gary Wayne - 221 Hood, Ivy Odean - 221 Hoover, Charles Othio - 95, 221 Hope, Larry A. - 200 Horton, Laura Gail Hoskins, Linda Faye - 99, 200 House, Henry H Jr. - 145, 200 House, Lindo Sasan - 98, 102, 221 House, Willis J. Jr. - 200 Houston, Jimmie Dale - 221 Howard, Emma Jean - 221 Howell, Dale Maudie - 221 Hubbard, Ernest Edward - 221 Hubbard, Howard - 82, 200 Hudson, James Ricky - 200 Hudson, Janet Lynn - 221 Hudson, Larry Thomas - 90, 221 Hudson, William Leslye - 73, 75, 221 Hudspeth, Kitty J. - 200 Humphrey, Richard Jr. - 221 Hunsucker, Melanie E. - 86, 221 Hunt, William M. Jr. - 83, 221 Hunter, Gloria Stean - 221 Hurdle, Jack Howard - 104, 224, 200, 129, 137 Hurdle, Maurice Lanier - 221 Hurt, Beverly Ann - 105, 221 Hylander, Albert Douglas i I , Ingram, Daniel Charles - 97, 221 lnman, Carl M. - 83, 98, 104, 114, 120, 200 lnman, Debra Corlew - 200 Inman, Linda Kaye - 222 lnman, Ronaly Meek - 200 Irby, David Vance - 222 Irby, Mary Louise - 222, 84 lvy, Dennis Tracy Ivy, Rodney Earl - 91, 222 lvy, Ruthie Lee - 200 1 J i Jackson, Cathy - 200 Jackson, Edward Charles - 222 Jackson, Gwendolyn - 200 Jackson, James Cecil Jr. - 104, 115, 120, 222 Jackson, Ollie Jr. - 222 Jackson, Robyn Lynn - 79, 222 Jackson, Willie Clyde -- 94, 118, 222 James, Linnie Beth - 90, 97 James, Ray Robinson Jamison, Ronnie Carl - 222 Jeffries, lsiah Azor Jenkins, Jackie Glenn - 222 Jenkins, James Curtis - 222 Jenkins, Ronde Jean - 87, 102, 200 Jenkins, Rudloph -- 80, 99, 200 Jennings, Dennis Michael - 222 Jennings, Glenda Faye - 86, 222 Jennings, Sherry Gail - 74, 102, 200 Jepsen, Samuel Burl - 200 Jernberg, Jane Lefrance - 80, 102, 200 Johnson, Albert Sidney Jr. - 222 Johnson, Alex G. Ill - 95, 98, 200 Johnson, Freda Kay - 222 Johnson, Reginald - 75, 87, 99, 222 Johnson, Robert Farrell - 95, 200 Johnson, Roger Allen - 222 Johnson, Sara Susan Johnston, Debra Ann - 222, 97 Johnston, Wendell Wray - 222 Jones, Alice Marie - 98, 105, 146, 222 Jones, Alvin Wayne - 85, 222 Jones, Connie Elizabeth - 222 Jones, Curtis Dale - 94, 201 Jones, Gerry Griffin - 222 Jones, Gracie Lee - 78, 201 Janes, Gus - 222 Jones, Harold Wayne - 94, 104, 1 1 1, 120, 222 Jones, Jessie Steven - 222 Jones, Jimmy Wayne - 94, 104, 119, 120, 222 Jones, John Edward - 78, 201 Jones, Minnie Pearl - 78, 99, 201 Jones, Mitzi Lynn - 54, 59, 73, 74, 96, 100, 201 Jones, Robert Gene - 201 Jones, Romania Franceda - 93, 222 Jones, Samuel B. - 120, 201 Jones, Stanley W. - 91, 93, 201 Jordan, Deborah Pauline - 201 Jordan, Kathy Y. - 80, 81, 102, 201 -K.. Keating, Paul Lee - 222 Keeling, Cathy Nadine - 222, 86 Keeton, John Calvin - 201 Kelley, William Rickey - 201 Kelly, Bobby Melvin Jr. - 222 Kelly, Helena Marie - 222 Kelly, Jan Gayle - 222 Kelly, John Claude - 222 Kelsey, Annie - 9, 222 Kenneil, Frances Jean - 84, 222 Kesler, Suzanne Marie - 93, 222 Key, Wendell Anderson - 75, 222 Killoug King, E King, F King, J King, J h, Sherron P. - 86, 222 dward D. -- 201 rances Davis - 201 ames Richard - 120, 222 ohn Wayne - 222 243 n, Dorothy Lee - 99, 202 King, Robert L. Kinne, Brenda Susan - 201 Kinnie, Jessie Jane - 222 Kirby, Mona Sue - 222 Kirby, Sherry Elaine - 222 Kirk, Dessie Marie - 84, 201 Kirk, Dora Alice - 222, 84 Kirk, Sandra - 96 Kirkwood, Bettie Joe - 80, 201 Kite, Janet Marie - 222 Klyce, Jeanne Williams - 232 Klyce, John H. Jr. - 83, 222 Knight, Rena Yvonne - 99, 201 Knight, Sherry Luann - 78, 80, 85, Long, Billie Jean - 223 Long, Rebecca Parrott - 80, 202 Long, William Thomas - 223 Love, Howard A. - 41, 145, 202 Love, Velma Louise - 223 Lowe, David -- 76, 223 Loyd, F Lucius, rankie Ruth Sharon Rae -- 223 Lum, Ruby Mae - 202 Lutz, Robert Courtney - 95, 223 -M- Mack, James Earl - 99, 223 Mackey, Schelley Dianne - 223 Madiso McCord, Frank Keith - 224 McCostlin, James lngrom - 91 McCoym, Richard Lewis - 224 McCullar, Paul Huron - 203 McCullar, Rebecca Jean - 203 McCullough, Cynthia Lynn - 95, 203 McCullough, Pamela J. - 203 McDaniel, Beverlie Lynn - 102, 224 McDaniel, Jerry G. - 203 McDowell, Glenn Wade - 203 McElroy, Bruce Edward - 77, 90, 203 McElroy, Marcelyn Gail - 203 McEwen, Bonnie Kay - 224 McEwen, Gerald Wayne - 224 Mills, Kathy Marie - 225 Mills, Paula Carlene - 95, 225 Mills, Robert Douglas - 82, 90, 203 Mills, Robert Gene - 203 Mills, Teresa Gail - 225 Millwood, Robert C. Jr. - 225 Minga, Milton - 225 Mitchell, Kathryn Faye - 225 Mitchell, Lara Jean - 204 Mitchell, Lilla D. - 225 Mitchell, Paula Sue - 146, 225 Mitchell, Robbie Ann M. - 95, 204 Mitchell Mitchell , Thomas Clayton - 204 , Tommy Ray - 103, 225 Mizell, Jean Elizabeth 93, 222 Kroger, William L. - 201 Kohner, Roseanne Lee - 102, 222 Kopf, Carol Ann - 95, 222 .. L .1 Lahatte, Sandra - 232 Lamb, Harvey Dale - 82, 98, 201 Lamb, Sallie Hooper - 98, 201 Lamb, Winston Ellis lll - 222 Lammey, Sharon Jean - 93, 101, 222 McNeil, Bobbie Faye - 82, 203 Madison, Lawrence David - 202 Magness, Jacqueline - 79, 223 Mahan, Douglas Whitten - 223 Maior, Alvie Kyle - 223 Maioski, Mark S. - 91, 52, 202 Mallory, David Mitchell - 72, 73, 95, 202 Malone, Arma Lee - 223 Malone, Jewel - 223 Malouf, John Albert - 223 McFate, Lisa Ellen - 224 McGee, Loretta - 99, 203 McGehee, Cathryn - 86, 224 Moncrief, William Eugene - 95, 225 Montgomery, David Lynn - 225 McGehee, William Douglas McGhee, Ella Mae McGlown, Annetia Faye - 224 McGregor, Marsha Joyce - 86 McKay, Peggie Jo - 224 McKenzie, William Bradley - 102, 224 McKinnon, Kenneth G. - 97, 203 McKit'trick, Amanda Kay - 78, 224 McKittrick, Danny Ray - 40, 42, 78, Montgomery, Sidney E. - 104, 1 12, 120 2 , 04 Moore, Barbara K. - 204 Moore, James Carlisle - 225 Moore, Joanne - 225 Moore, Kerry Dean - 204 Moore, Patricia Kay - 225 Moore, Patsy Dianne - 95, 204 Moore, Sandra Kay Moore, Shirley Ann - 79, 102, 225 89, 224 McKnatt, Dorothy Mae - 95, 224 Moore, Bannetter - 225 Moorehead, Henry C. Jr. - 95, 225 Mulloy, Samuel Eugene - 204 Lancaster, Gwendolyn Ann - 222 Lancaster, James D. - 44, 201 Lane, Cheryl Lynn - 222 Lane, Delois - 201 Lane, Marilyn Louise - 99 Langston, Martin G. Jr - 201 Langston, Ricky Douglas - 104, 112, 120, 223 Langston, Sidney Royce - 223 Laporta, Joseph Charles - 223 Latham, Carolyn - 96 Latham, Deborah Jean - 201 Latham, Don Edward - 90, 202, 223 Laughlin, David Carl - 223 Laundre, Trent H. - 201 Lavender, Rosemary - 223 Lawrence, Joseph Michael - 223 Lawyer, Donald E. ll - 223 Leavell, Marilyn Ann - 54, 59, 74, 82, 95, 96, 201, 29 Lee, Patti Jo - 98, 201 Manning, Julia - 31, 37, 39, 45, 46, 88, 223 Manning, Robert Oscar Marascalco, Cecilia Ann - 100, 202 Markwell, Anneliese T. - 223 Marsh, Darrell Wayne - 223 Marsh, Margaret Ann - 100, 102, 223 Martin, Cheryl Dianne - 99, 202 Martin, Deannie Kay - 224 Martin, Deborah - 86, 224 Martin, Fred Andreo - 224 Martin, James Paul - 93, 224 Martin Newman Gary - 202 Martin, Robert Allen Jr. Martin, Walter Ananias - 202 Martindale, Mickey Miles - 87, 224 Mask, Peggy Fern Mason, Diane Marie - 100, 224 Massey, David Chalmers - 87, 203 Massey, Rosalind M. - 99, 224 Massey, Steven Henry - 224 Mathes, Nancy Carol - 97, 203 Mathews, Deborah Joyce - 224 McMahan, Sharon - 224 McMillen, Jacqueline Anne - 90, 102, 224 McMiIlian, Barbara K. - 203 McMinn, Barbara Jean - 79, 224 McMinn, Clyde Earl - 104, 110, 120, 138, 203 McNail, Richard Kent - 203 McNeese, Katherine Louise - 80, 89, 224 McMurtrey, Robin Jo - 93, 97, 101 , 142, 224 McPherson, Steven Wade - 91 , 224 McRae, Harry Woodson Jr. - 203 Medlin, Beverly Ann - 102, 224 Meek, Patricia - 50, 95, 203 Meek, Sherman Allen - 224 Meeks, Charles Edward - 224 Meers, Debra Cooke - 59, 73, 94, Mooreman, John Larry - 87, 204 Moran, Linda Hunkle - 86, 225 Morgan, Cecil Dean - 95, 97, 225 Morgan, Donald Gene - 225 Morgan, Gerald Dean - 225 225 Nance, Cynthia Ann - 225 142, 203 Mercer, William Dowe - 224 Morgan, Rosie Lee - 99 Morgan, Teresa Ann - 97, 102, 225 Morgan, William M. Jr. - 204 Morris, Dorothy - 204 Morris, Issac Jr. - 204 Morris, John Wakefield - 204 Morris, Terri Ann - 73, 79, 204 Morris, Walter Carl - 81 , 102, 225 Morrow, Mary Diane - 204 Morse, Linda Gail - 97, 225 Mote, Julia Ann - 79, 88, 225 Moxley, Jeannie Ann - 225 Mullen, Joseph Paxton - 104, 115, 120, 225 Murphree, Kenneth D. - 56, 96, Mathis, Linda Mcadams - 86, 224 Matthews, Bettye Anne - 224 Matthews, James Thomas Jr. -- 95, 224 A Mauney, Danny Kay - 224 Mauney, Susan Lynn - 102, 224 Maxcy, Allyn S. - 97, 203 Maxwell, Melvin - 80, 203 May, Denise - 224 May, William Estes - 44, 203 Mayhan, Mack Alan - 224 Meredith, Sharon Sue - 203 Meredith, Walter Lee Jr. - 224 Messick, George Rick Jr. - 101, 224 Metrolis, Debbie Ann - 224 Metts, Cynthia Ann Meyer, John D. lll - 203 Michael, Walta Lynn - 80, 90, 93, 224 102, 204 Murphy, Dexter Ray - 225 Murphy, Georgia Carol - 76, 96, 204 Murphy, Gloria Dean - 225 Murphy, Kathy Michelle - 225 Murphy, Sharkler J. - 204 Murrah, Dean Belton - 78, 81, 89, Lee, Roosevelt, Jr. - 99, 104, 131, 202, 137 Lee, Susan Carol - 202 Leggitt, James Ronnie - 91, 223 Lemons, Joel Don - 202 Lester, Annie Diamond - 223 Lawallen, Robert Lowell - 223, 101, 92 Lewis, Bessie Mae - 99 Lewis, Diane Gail - 223 Lewis, Virginia Ann - 202 Lewis, William David - 223 Liberto, Carrie Jean - 223 Linebarger, Cathy Ann - 202 Lipford, Richard Levon - 94 Little, Bobbie Lynn - 100, 202 Little, Connie Cato -- 86, 223 Little, Cynthia Elizabeth - 223 Little, Hamp Learion - 202 Little, Michael Lee - 81, 90, 223 Little, Teresa Ilene - 97, 202 Little, John Chuck Loius - 223 Lofton, Jack Porter - 223 Logan, Boyd E. Jr. - 102, 223 Lomax, John - 94, 128, 223, 137 244 Mays, Annie Lue McAlexander, Baird Leavel - 224 Mcaninch, Cheryl Delois - 224 McCarthur, Stanley Grant - 203 McBridge, Gary Lane - 203 McCarrell, Barbara Joyce - 97, 224 McClain, Charles Melvin - 94, 203 McClain, Phillip Lewis - 78, 80, 105, 224 McClendon, Gregory Scott - 224 McCollough, Betty L. McCollough, Pamela - 97 Middleton, Larry Joe - 92, 101, 224 Milan Hattie Nell - 203 Miller, Catherine - 224 Miller, Earnest - 224 Miller, Gwnn Lee - 73, 95, 102, 203 Miller, Judy Daphine - 224 Miller, Robert Calvin - 203 Milligan, Willie Charles - 80, 89, 203 Millikin, Nancy Jo - 78, 89, 93, 102, 105, 225 Mills, Johin Michael - 102, 225 Myers, Bess Cox - 232 Myles, Aliza L. - 204 Myles, John Wade - 99, 104, 120, 1 18, 225 T N , Nash, Willie Lee Nelms, Sharon Yvonne - 51, 59, 73, 59, 96, 98, 204, 26 Nelson, Oliver - 78 Nelson, Ruthie Mae - 225 Newberry, Lydia A. - 99, 226 Newsom, Carl - 226 Newton, Linda B. - 226 Nicholass, Robert Lee - 77, 93, 97, 102, 105, 226 Nickels, Jerry Lynn - 204 Nicks, George Albert - 226 Nicks, Stella Mae - 226 Nix, Charles RayJr. -- 95, 204 Nix, John Hamilton - 226 Noblet, Cheryl Diane - 98, 100, 204 Norfleet, Lincoln Harvey - 226 Norwood, Dell Zvonne - 99, 226 Norwood, Ethel Faye - 99, 226 Norwood, Michael Ray -- 83, 94, lO4,111,120,138, 204 Nunally, Lewis A. Jr. Nunnally, Joseph Lee - 55, 67, 80, 73, 93, 204 ,Q -. Oakley, Gary Smith - 83, 100, 104, 130,131,137,138, 204 O'Brien, Deborah Michele - 80, 226 Ogle, Bobbie J. - 72, 90, 102, 204 Oliphant, Danny Lynn - 226 Oliphant, James William - 204 Olson, Douglas Blaine - 226 O'Neal, Gus Jr. - 204 Orell, Tommy Lewis - 97, 226 Osborn, Martha Sue - 97, 226 Overton, Jill Ann - 101, 204 -. P .1 Paige, Henry Junior -- 226 Pardue, Charles Edward - 78, 226 Parker, Edwin - 98, 204 Parker, Janice Nora - 94, 204 Parker, John Franklin Parker, Keith G. - 226 Parker, Marsha Gail - 95, 204 Parks, Brenda Sue - 103, 146, 226 Parks, Elmer Jr. - 99, 226 Patrick, Charles Gary - 226 Patterson, Harry - 80, 81, 87, 226 Patterson, Mary King - 205 Patterson, Robert Dale - 94, 102, 104,117,120, 204 Payne, Garland Ray - 99 Payne, Gerald McNeil - 99 Payne, Joe McNeil -- 99 Payne, Ronnie Warde - 226 Payton, Lee Wesley - 99, 104, 129, 137 Pearson, Jerry -- 99, 104, 113, 120, 226 Pearson, Jesse Earl - 226, 137 Pearson, Sharlyne Marie - 99, 142, 205 Pegram, Mitizi Gail - 97, 205 Pegues, Carl Quentin - 78 Pegues, Oswald Curtis -- 205 Perkins, Larry Dale - 205 Perkins, Michael Wayne - 80, 89, 102, 105, 226 Perkins, Randy Alan -- 226 Perry, Ann Marie - 226 Perry, Dawn Lorrice - 226 Person, Jan Council - 226 Person, William Bryant - 44, 87, 205 Peters, Jo Ann - 226 Petty, Laverne - 85, 226 Phelps, Stella Annete - 205 Pyillips, Linda Alice - 97, 226 Phillips, Robert Smith - 205 Pickens, Abraham Jr. - 226 Pickens, Doyle Rickey - 205 Pickle, James Parker - 212, 226 Pritchford, Gail - 232 Pitcock, Denise Joan - 226 Pitcock, Mary Nell - 95, 147, 226 Pittman, Darryl Zeb - 226 Plunk, Randy Edward - 205 Poe, John Ray Berry - 227 Poe, Lisa Kay - 91, 95, 227 Poley, Robert Michael - 102, 227 Polk, Gwendolyn Leigh - 227 Polk, Jane Ella - 227 Pollan, Alton Wayne - 95 Pollard, William Everett - 82, 227 Pongetti, Ronald Albert - 205 Pope, Eddie Laverne - 83, 96, 98, 205 Porter, Clarence Leon - 205 Powell, James Hugh - 227 Powell, Michael Lawrence - 205 Power, Janice Carol - 99, 205 Pratt, James Kenneth - 94, 99, 104, 128, 227, 137 Price, Gail - 227 Price, John Richard Ill - 205 Price, Sherry Lynn - 97, 227 Proctor, Michael Hodge - 145, 205 Probost, Hugh Edward - 97, 205 Pruitt, Linda Carol - 205 Prussia, Nancy Patricia - 97, 227 Pryor, Donna Gail - 227 Pryor, Jimmy Wesley - 205 Pugh, Debra Ann - 227 Pullen, Joseph Ware - 227 Purdy, Roxanne - 227 Puryear, James Watts - 97, 205 Ptuman, Martha Nell - 86 Putnam, Charles David - 59, 138, 205 -R- Radford, Dennis Lee -- 227 Ragland, Emmie L. - 100, 227 Ragon, Claude Anthony - 205 Raney, Patricia Jean - 94, 102, 147 205 Rasberry, Donna Kay - 95, 205 Ray, Gary Alan - 102, 227 Readenour, Kathryn Onaye - 73, 79 80, 89, 93, 227 Reans, Martha - 205 Redding, Keith Edward - 227 Redding, Rodger Dale - 104, 117, 120, 227 Reed, Jimmy Cardwell - 205 Reed, Joe Barrett - 227 Reed, John William - 227 Reese, Julious Raymond Jr. - 72, 73 95, 102, 205 Renick, Keith - 77, 92, 227 Reynolds, Kayla Jean - 227 Poffef, Neo' RlCleS, DUYWOOCJ Lynn 1 95, Posey, Charles Sherman - 94, 227 .. 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Helen - 207 Shangle, Nancy Katherine - 228 Sledge, Sandra Gale - 67, 92, 93, 101, 228 Smith, Anthony Ray - 87, 228 Smith, Anthony Walker - 228 Smith, Cubie L. - 84, 228 Smith, Daisy Mae Shaw, Marsha E. - 207 Shaw, Mary Lois - 99, 228 Shaw, Michael Knowlton - 207 Shearer, John Thomas - 207 Shelton, John T. Jr. - 87, 207 Shepherd, Arita Carol - 228 Shields, Larry Carolton - 73, 90, 207 Shook, Debbie Ann - 228 Shook, Ronald Ken - 207 Shuffield, Charles Allen - 207 Sigman, Steven Dale - 207 Simmons, William James - 91, 228 Simpson, Edwin Winsley Jr. - 207 Smith, David G. - 207 Smith, Dennis E. - 228 Smith, Emily Jane - 207 Smith George H. - 207 Smith, Glenn Norman - 57, 59, 73, 85, 91, 96, 207, 27 Smith Harley Malcolm - 228 Smith Idessie - 84, 228 Smith James Hagan - 103, 228 Smith Johnny William - 228 Smith, Julia Ann - 228 Smith, Julian Ralph - 228 Smith, Linda Atrail - 102, 228 Smith, Lois Darlene - 228 Smith Louis Joseph - 228 Smith Smith Lydia Joyce - 100, 207 Martha D. - 207 Robison, Deborah Lynn - 227 Robison, James Burford Jr. - 227 Robison, John Whitson Ill - 97, 227 Robison, Joy Wallace Robison, Karen Elizabeth - 206 Sharon Hunt - 103, 207 Rockette, Jude Mae - 227 Rockette, Vada Lue - 206 Rodgers, George Clayton - 206 Rodger, George Thomas - 94, 104, 110, 120, 130, 227,137 Rodgers, Mickie Ryals - 206 Rodgers, Richard! Foster - 206 Rogers, Donna Sue - 97, 102, 227 Rose, Donna Gale - 227 Roseborough, Lois Tenn - 206 Rosemon, Gwendolyn - 227 Ross, Christopher T. - 92, 206 Ross, Stephen Small - 206 Rowe, Robert Lewis J' - 227 Rowland, Joel Ottis - 221 Roy, Linda D. - 227 Roy, Robert G. - 145, 148, 227 Rudd, Nora Ellen - 99, 206 Russell, Brenda Jean - 142, 206 Russell, Bryant Lowell - 227 Russell, Patricia Evelyn - 227 Ruth, Deborah Jean - 95, 227 Rutherford, William M. - 206 -5- Simpson, Hester Sheryl - 79, 228 Simpson, Johnny - 207 Simpson, Nancy Suzanne - 102, 228 Simpson, Patricia Jean - 97, 228 Simpson, Vernon Lowery - 228 Sims, Annie Faye - 228 Sims, Freddie Lee - 80, 99, 228 Sims, Michelle Mary - 96, 207 Sing, David Emory - 83, 103, 207 Sing, Smith, Mary Louise - 86, 228 Smith, Michael J. - 228 Smith, Mike Alan - 228 Smith, Randal Lynn - 228 Smith, Riley Albert Jr. - 207 Smith, Robert Lewis Jr. - 97, 207 Smith, Sherry Kay - 228 Smith, Terry E. - 207 Smith, Thomas Gale Jr. - 207 Snead, Charles William Jr. - 207 Snell, Susan - 96, 98, 207 Sinquefield, Gerald N. - 83, 207 Sinquefield, Mark Anthony - 228 Slayden, Warren Wynne - 228 Sledge, Rebecca Lynn - 78, 80, 81 89, 228 Snipes, Don Murrell - 228 Snow, Richard Wayne - 228 Sowell, Darrell Alex - 207 Sowell, Dennis Day - 97, 228 Sparrenberger, Sally A. - 79, 93, 229 Spaur, Judy Carol - 97, 229 Spearman, Fred Jr. - 99, 102, 229 Spears, Anita Lowrey - 207 Spears, Margaret Dinelli - 229 Spivey, David Joel - 207 Stacks, Cheryl Lee - 88, 229 Stacks, Connie Ray - 95, 229 Stamps, Gloria Jean - 99, 229 Stanford, Glenda Dale - 229 Stanton, Jacky Steven - 94, 229 Starnes, Gloria Ann - 93, 229 Starnes, Margaret Elaine - 208 Stegall, Danny Keith - 94, 229 Stein, Stefaine Tina - 208 Stephens, Joseph Neil - 229 Stevison, Eddie Lee - 99, 104, 129, 229, 137 Steward, Betty Jo - 229 Stewart, Cathy Lynn - 79, 229 Stewart, Lucille Stewart, Rosie Marie - 208 Stewart, Steven Andre - 97 Still, John Lee - 208 Still, Thomas Lynn - 208 Stone, Michell - 229 Stone Reda Gail - 94, 136, 147, 229 Stovall, Betty Jane - 102, 105, 229 Stovall, Hubert David - 229 Strange, Julie Ann - 67, 93, 97, 229 Strickland, Pamela Sue - 229 Strong, Jimmie Lynn - 86, 229 Stroud, Gloria Gillen - 229 Sturdivant, Tommy Lee - 229 Sudduth, Billy Lynn - 229 Sudduth, Deborah Kay - 79, 229 Sugar, Miles Alan - 229 Summers, Donald Bruce - 229 1' Schmitz, Samuels, Kenneth Michel Sanders, Nora Marguerite - 228 Sanders, Robert Clay - 228 Sanders, Sheryl Renee - 77, 103, 146, 147, 228 Sandridge, Virginia C. - 206 Sanford, Otis Lamar - 53, 59, 73, 78, 99, 206 Sartain, Lawrence Edward - 228 Sasser, Jimmy - 232 Sasser, Robert Lee - 97, 228 Sawyer, Sallye Lea - 206 Scales, Shelia Ann - 88, 99, 228 Scallorn, Dorothy Tucker - 95, 232 Scallorn, Ross T. - 206 Calvin Leon - 207 Schultz, Karen - 95, 96, 207 Schwalenberg, Davy Lee - 207 Scott, Donna Dwain - 228 246 fu. n L? 5 ir. . . . --..,- 01 Q .4- 5 Q W i I i Suratt, Ricky Earl - 104, 111, 120, 121, 138, 208 Swanson, Donald E. Jr. - 98, 208 Swanson, Nancy D. - 73, 98, 100, 208 Swindoll, Barney Hugh - 95, 229 Swindoll, Betty K. - 86 Sykes, Donna Gail - 229 Sylvester, Karen Sue -- 90, 93, 229 ... T ... Talarico, Luzanne - 146, 229 Tamke, John William - 229 Tanksley, Karen Elizabeth - 43, 77, 87, 94, 142, 229 Tatum, Tatum, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, 208 Lynda Kay - 229 Margaret H. - 229 Benny Warren - 208 David E. - 229 Eddie Wayne - 80, 89, 229 Howard - 99, 104, 130, 137 Tedford, Glenda Marie - 208 Terry, William H. Jr. - 208 Terry, William Thomas - 229 Theobald, Sharon Kay - 229 Thomas, Deborah Ann - 79, 89, 102, 208 Thomas, Deborah Ellen - 80, 85, 208 Thomas, Geneva - 85, 93, 208 Thomas, Terry Gale - 36, 38, 59, 73, 98, 208 Thomas, Virginia Ruth - 229 Thomas, William A. - 93, 67 Thomas, Willie D. - 76, 229 Thompson, Deborah Elaine - 95, 208 208 Treadwoy, James Terry - 87, 230 Tribble, William Leonard - 208 Trotter, Janice Shiver - 230 Trussell, Jimmy Michael - 208 Tubbs, David Alan - 230 Tubbs, lra Odia -- 230 Tucker, Dorothy Louise - 99, 230 Tullos, Johnny Nolan - 87, 230 Turley, Lana Fay Turnage, Clark - 97, 230 Turnage, James Jasper - 230 Turner, John Shannon - 230 Turner, Pattie Lynn - 93, 95, 102, 105, 230 Turner, Randy Warren - 44, 59, 73, 102,145,208 Turner, Thomas Michael - 230 Tutor, Jackie Marie - 100, 230 Tutor, Lona Kaye - 79, 80, 89, 230 Twilla, Elizabeth Jean - 100, 230 Twilley, Paul Douglas - 230 Tyler, Gary Michael - 208 Tyler, Harbey David - 78, 83, 98, 230 Tyson, Minnie Jean - 230 Tyus, Johnny M. - 32, 33, 44, 145, 208 T U T Umfress, Clastie Dean - 97, 208 Underwood, John R. Jr. - 87, 208 209 Wallace, Otis James Wallace, Robert McGehee - 76, 231 Williams, Bedford F. F. Jr. - 231 Williams, Cecil Rhodes William, David Joe - 82, 91, 231 Williams, Dorothy Louise - 99, 231 Williams, James Mark - 92, 97, 149, 210 Williams, Joe Lee Williams, John C. - 232 Williams, John Wayne - 231 Williams, Molly Renn - 231 Williams, Paul Clifton - 78, 87, 231 Williams, Rebecca Marie Williams, Robert H. lll - 210 Underwood, Tom Whitley - 138, 208, 238 Upton, Jerry Wayne - 230 Urbanek, Bonni Sue - 86, 230 Ursery, 209 Myra May - 95, 96, 103, Waller, Marie - 231 Waller, Ralph Allen - 94, 231 Walls, Colista Bell - 231 Walls, Helen Diane - 209 Ward, Juanita - 209 Ward, Larisa Muriel - 231 Ward, Patricia Ann - 102, 231 Warner, John Robert Jr. - 231 Warren, Giny Dallas - 231 Warren, Patricia Ann - 209 Warren, Stanley Reese - 231 Washington, George Edward - 231 Washington, Roger D. - 99, 104, 114, 120, 231 Watkins, Janet Denise - 209 Watson, Robbie Neal - 190, 209 Watters, George Collins - 78, 231 Weathers, Larry Gene - 209 Weathers, Thurman Douglas - 209 Weaver, Iris Diane - 95, 231 Weaver, Mayra Lee W. - 98, 231 Webb, David - 83, 209 Webb, Linda Keating Webb, Pamela Cherlyn - 231 Webb, Winston - 231 Weber, Anna Claire - 79, 94, 231 Weeks, Debbie Don - 79, 95, 231 Weeks, Thomas Michael - 83, 98, 209 Weeks, Vicki Jo - 231 Welch, Betty Jane - 231 Welch, Laura Dale -- 86, 231 Wells, Barry Eugene - 104, 1 16, 120, 231 T V T Valentine, Thelma Joyce - 84, 230 Vance, Gloria Jean - 73, 192, 209 West, Brenda Kaye - 86, 231 West, Garnett Bert Jr. - 75, 76, 209 Vaughn, Carroll Ray - 230 Vaughn, Nancy Carol Vaughn, Roy Kenneth - 95 Veazey Veazey Veazy, , Cynthia Craft - 209 , Leon Lowrey - 230 Virginia Suzanne - 230 Vinzant, Linda Ann - 230 Thompson Elizabeth Ann - 208 Thompson Evelyn Kay - 102, 229 Thompson George Walter - 80, 229 Thompson Kenneth L. - 208 Thompson Lee Hubert - 208 Thompson, Richard Ray Jr. - 92, 95, 229 Thompson, Ronald Blann - 229 Thompson, Timothy Mark - 229 Thompson, Tina - 79, 229 Thompson, Walter Edwin Jr. - 89, 229 Thompson, William Carl Jr. - 75, 102, 208 Thornton, Donna Kay - 78, 229 Threadgill, Adrian Blake - 229 Threat, Delphine - 84, 229 Tidwell, Patricia Ann - 103, 230 Tidwell, Teresa Ann - 100, 208 Till, Christopher Young - 230 Tipton, Nat Debra - 99, 102, 208 Toles, Gregory Oneil - 208 Toliver, Juanita Luthel - 100, 208 Tomlinson, Elizabeth L. -- 78, 208 Torti, Joseph William - 78, 97, 230 Towles, John Hillary Jr. - 78, 208 Voyles, Kevin N. - 209 Voyles, Sandra Lynn - 79, 209 T W T Wade, Carole Ann - 230 Wait, Kathleen Wooten - 98, 100, 230 Waldrip, Deborah Jean - 97, 230 Waldrip, M. Bronyn - 77, 80, 93, 102, 230 Waldrip, Shelia Diane - 95, 230 Townsend, Catherine D. - 93, 230 Townsend, Luther I. - 230 Townsend, Mary Kathleen - 67, 86, 230 Townsend, Wendy Ruth - 100, 103, Waldrup, Phil R. Walker, Danny Harris - 98, 209 Walker, Delton, G. - 230 Walker, Alice Joyce - 209 Walker, Larry Eugene - 230 Walker, Marcia Joan - 95, 230 Walker, Peggie Ann - 99, 231 Walker, Shirley Marie - 93, 95, 100, Walker 231 , Susan Virginia - 98, 100, Wheeler, Patricia Ann - 84 Whitaker, Vernon Leon - 104, 116, 120, 121, 209 White, Bobby Lee - 231 White, Charles Louis - 231 White, David Lin - 231 -Nlljte, Dorothy Charlene - 36, 38, 44, 45, 46, 59, 87, 96, 209 White, Jimmie D. - 231 White, Jimmy Lee - 92, 231 White, Linda Webb - 209 White, Myra Lynn - 98, 209 White, Roger Leon - 93, 209 White, Thomas Page - 93, 95, 103, 231 White, William lsaac lll - 57, 105, 231 Whiting, John Henry - 75, 83, 99 Whitley, Dorothy Mae - 99, 231 Whitsell, Bonnie Gale - 231 Whitten, David Milton -- 87, 145, 231 Whitten, Edward L. Jr. Whitworth, Timothy Ray - 231 Williams, Roger Michael - 83, 98, 145, 231 Williams, Stephen Huftt 95, 96, 210 Williams, Vicki Lu - 102, 231 Williamson, Stephen A. 231 Williamson, W. Michael 231 Willingham, Howard G. 231 Willingham, William G. 231 Wilson, Chester - 231 Wilson, James Brady Jr. - 210 Wilson, John Vandover 210 Wilson, Melinda Lee - 210 Wilson, Raphel L. - 231 Wilson, Robin T. Wilson, Thomas Wayne - 98, 210 Wilson, Warren Gregory - 231 Wimberly Ronald Malcolm - 231 Winders, Derwood - 87, 210 Wing, Jerry Raymond - 232 Winter, James M. Winters, Donna Frances - 84, 232 Wofford, Jesse Scott - 232 Wofford, Sylvia Carolyn - 79, 80, 81, 232 Wolfe, Judy E. - 97, 232 Womble, Rickie Joe - 210 Wood, Teresa Lynn - 77, 93, 100, 101, 230 Woodard, Thomas Jr. - 210 Woods, Annette - 99, 102, 232 Woods, Maxine - 210 Woods, Rubie Mae Wooten, Carolyn Jean - 77, 84, 99, 210 Work, Janet Sue - 210 Work, Rod Rhea - 210 Work, Ruth Marilyn - 232 Wray, Gary Trent - 87, 232 Wright, Elbert - 232 T Y T Yancis, Martha Ann - 52 York, Joe Wiley - 230 Young, Harry - 210 Young, Michael Bryant - 210 Wigley, William Edward - 73, 87, 209 Wilkerson, John R. Jr. - 87, 231 Wilkerson, Warren N. - 209 Wilkes, Penelope Ann - 231 Wilkins, Kenneth Ray - 210 Young, Make L. - 76, 77, loo, 230 Young, Wallace Caswell - 80, 89, 230 Youngblood, Debby Kay - 94, 210 Yount, Sheila D. - 210 T Z T Zinn, Betty Lou - 210 Zinn, George - 78, 210 Zook, Richard E. 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Mayfield, James - 176 Maynor, Alexis - 161 McBee, Wayne - 183 McCalla, Ronald - 174 McCollough, Betty - 162 McCormick, James P. - 155 McGlown, Jerry - 171 McKnight, Tom - 172 Mclenclon, Corrine - 153 Mclendon, R. D. - 152, 153 Meacham, Mildred - 156 Meredith, Helen - 174 Moore, Barbara - 167 Muchmore, Ann - 166 -N- Nall, Sarah - 182 Neal, Annie - 183 Nettleton, Margaret - 162 Newman, Wayne - 179 Nowell, Minnie May - 174 T Q T Oliphant, William - 157 O'Neal, Maurice - 183 Osier, John - 169 T P T Palmer, Carolyn - 177 Parsons, Randy - 166 Patrick, Flossy - 160 Pelton, Janice - 169 Perkins, Pauline - 162 Petrea, James - 164 Porter, Claudia - 164 Powell, Sanford - 167 Puryear, Mary Claire - 161 T R T Ramsey, Betty - 161 Ramsey, Emile - 168 Reeves, Elizabeth - 182 Read, Joan - 164 Risey, Barbara - 180 Robinson, Felix - 180 Robinson, Iva - 183 Rogers, Raymond - 171 Rutherford, R. E. - 170, 172 T S T Sanders, Diane - 161 Schoggen, Joel - 176 Sealy, Nellie - 182 Seay, Robert - 171 Self, Henry - 104 Self, lrene - 183 Shelton, Bill - 159 Simmons, Rosemary -- 173 Simmons, Susan - 164 Smith, Frances - 168 Stigler, Carol Roberts - 159, Stigler, Jerry - 138, 157 T T T Taylor, William - 183 Terry, Patsy - 160 Thornton, Bill - 165 Tims, Larry - 180 Tipton, Nell - 175 Toole, Eloise - 182 Tutor, Lane - 163 Tutor, Rita -- 160 T V T Venable, Malcolm - 180 T VV T Wade, Emmie Ellen - 170 Wait, Kathleen - 165 Waldrip, Linda Gail - 173 Webb, Roger - 166 Welch, A. G. - 156 Wells, Mamie - 183 West, Lamar - 183 Wilborn, Anita - 175 Williams, Cecil - 179 Williams, C. C. - 174 Williams, Marcus D. - 179 T Y T Yancis, Ronald - 165 Young, Jac - 68, 163 Young, Shirley - 183 K I I IV V ,A I DP 'A -' l 94 fa W' 73 I . ,. I 'Q I' qu-sg?- mivfi 2 fl I


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