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50th Anniversary Edition
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The original one building in which all of Texarkana Junior College was housed in 1927.
Yet, We've Only Just Begun
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TCC '77 is dedicated
Community College in
honor of the fifty years
that this college has
been in existence. In
our theme of
Yesterday - Today -
Tomorrow, we have
tried to record the
TODAY on the TCC
campus with a
nostalgic look back at
yesterday and a hint of
the dreams of
We believe that this
school, with its primary
focus on the student
and his educational
needs, will continue to
grow and serve the
Left: An aerial view oft e
present day Texarkan
Below: An architects
drawing of the proposed
Special People 88
Closing Notes 208
The suddenness of a smile,
The eternity of a rippling
The temporality of a creative
Products of a captured
souvenir of time,
Where we shape our dreams of
As night concludes the day,
The dawn forecasts tomorrow.
A solitary backward glimpse at
Scuffling carelessly down an
Reminds us of the almost
The years we raced a tireless
Not troubling to wonder why,
Nor to seek direction.
Only to pull or push, to laugh
To seek a reflective moment.
During this special time at
TCC, we pause,
To look at the past, present,
and future -
Our Heritage and Our Dreams.
- Carol Ann Frost
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Junior College Holds
For the first time in the his-
tory of Texarkana, there will be
a real college commencement
program presented. The Tex-
arkana Junior College will hold
its first graduation exercises in
the Texas High School Auditor-
ium, Thursday night, May 31st.
transferred from University of
llieproduction of part of page 8 of THE KENNEL,
from Vol. 1, No. 18, the Texarkana Junior College
Conn Cattertou Texmrkana newspaper in the school year 1927-1928 -the first
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year of lIf6.,
Texasg Portia Hanks, Redwater,
Texas, transferred from Baylor
Collegeg Gerald Stephens, Tex-
arkana, transferred from Ouach-
ita Collegeg Mable Rape, Tex-
arkana, transferred from Carr
Burdette College, Mrs. Viola
Wile, Texarkana, transferred
from E. T. S. T. C. and Uni-
versity of Colorado, Florine
There are eight graduates in
this first graduating class. This
is an excellent record for the
first year of a Junior College.
Real college caps and gowns will
be worn. A program to be en-
joyed by all has been arranged.
The Texarkana Junior College
is greatly indebted to these- stu-
dents who are first to receive the
'Fexarkana Junior College di-
ploma. They were Willing to
risk the loss of credits in the
Durham, transferred from C. I.
A., Denton, Muriel Young, Tex-
arkana, transferred from Sim-
mons College and Ouachita Col-
school from which they transfer
ed in order to attend the Te
arkana institution. They thus
exhibited a spirit of real service.
It was their willingness to sacri-
fice if necessary that made it
possible for the College to receive
the rating as a Junior College of
the Fiist Class in its first year.
The following students will re-
ceive their diplomas:
Eva Baker. Edna. Texas.
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Pictured are: Jane Bouterse, Carolyn
Creighton, Jeff Michael, Helen Bass, and
At The Present: Moments Preserved
TCC. It is for one to enjoy, to be
creative, to learn - each in his own
way. What is TCC? It is the times, the
places, and the people that will help us
celebrate over 50 years of growth as a
TCC is a place for us to enjoy, create
and learn. We are all a part of this
school, just as the bricks are a part of
the buildings. When we leave, we will
take a bit of TCC along with us on the
journey through life. We will also take
fond memories of events and things
which have happened to us. We will
take these moments and preserve
We recognize the heritage of our
school. Our time here is short and will
soon become history.
Opposite page, above: Prissy
Steenborg, Mark Dymczenski, Lois
Gardner, Debbie Blazek, Barbara
Scholnga, Greeka Whitaker, Ann
Burch, Albert Ftieusech, and Randy
Whitaker. Opposite page, below:
Ricky Crenshaw, Diane Schlonga,
Martha Norton, Jan FauntLeRoy,
Becky Monroe, Vince Brown, Robert
Davis, Vanessa Goree. Lett: Paula
Smith, Below Ieft:TQ and the Top Cats.
Board of Trustees
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Board members take time out during a regular meeting to pose for the photographer. They are lfrom lefty
John V. Massey, Frank McClain, Dr. Walter Barnes, Truman Arnold, lstandingi James Evans, Dr. William
Patterson, Dr. Carl Nelson istandingj president of TCC, C A Mitchell, Burnham Jones, and Howard
Truman Arnold, President
Dr. Walter C. Barnes, Jr., Vice-President
Dr. William Patterson, Secretary
John V. Massey James C. Evans Burnham Jones
Frank McClain C. A. Mitchell Howard Waldrop
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Dr. Carl Nelson
President of Texarkana Community College
The Men Behind The Scene
Dean of Admissions
B. J. Murdock
Dean of Program Development
John E. Ferguson
Director of Community Affairs
Levi H. Hall
Dean of Instruction
Bill Fi. Hughes
Dean of Students
Norman D. Nichols
Dean of Business Aff2iI'S Associate Dean of Instruction
Public Relations Officer
Associate Dean of Evening
and Continuing Education
Counselors and Librarians
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Herman Barnett Georgia McFaul Judy Hall Ronald Bright
Counselor Director of Counseling Counselor Counselor
DuWayne Elliott Jim Dennis Helen Click Nellie White
Director LRC Distributions Service Librarian Assistant Librarian
' Diane Akiff ' Frances Howze Katy Elkins Martha Cline
Library Technician Library Circulation Library Circulation Library Serials
Social Science Division
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Gilbert Smith Robert Williams Henry Wood Levonne Davis J. E. Spencer
Chairman History History History History
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Jimmy Hawkihs V Lester Meredith lmogene'Scott Sam Cotton Jim Pynes
Government Government Child Care Police Police
John Benson n A Bob Bell A David Diller Sue Works
Psychology, Psychology, Philosophy Physical
Sociology Sociology of Religion Education
Hub Dungan Norma Nelson 4 Henry Duke Wayne Williams
Physical Physical Physical Physical
Education Education Education Education
Health Occupations Division
Shirley Finn Lou Ella Humphrey Pauline Barnes Jena Howell
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LVN LVN Associate Associate
Daline Ford Ruth Bransford Carol Hodgson Gloria Mugno
Associate Associate Associate Associate
Degree Degree Degree Degree
Kathleen Flaple Mary Mote Gene Livingston June Lewis
Associate Associate Associate Associate
Degree Degree Degree Degree
Errol Hatfield Dr. Robert Arnold Dell Jacobs Robert Mills
Chairman Accounting, Business Business
Business Law Administration Administration
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Frances Watson Wayne Folmar Bill Schrader AI Hinton
Business Data Data Mid-Management
Administration Processing Processing
David Brown Charles Marley Joyce Wilson Patricia Moore
Mid-Management Mid-Management Office Office
Math, Engineering, Technology Division
Richmond White Michael Mankins Stewart Angel Kenneth Parmley
Chairman Math Math Math
Carmon McFerran Paul McFerran Robert Ward William Purifoy
Math Engineering Engineering Engineering
Jimmy Blackard Larry Gordon Ken Loyd
Flight Flight Air
Technology Technology Conditioning
A. C. Bookout
Pat Sorsby Jayne Williams Dr. Bill Carlisle Sharon Drake
English E I' h ' '
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Mary Lewis Nellie Thomas
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Music Music Music Music Music
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Carolyn Duke Kathryn Blake Charlotte Murdock Louise Smith
Communications Communications Communications Communications
Lois Gardner Nancy 'Keyton Mildred Parsons Mary Long Ralph Caver
French Speech Speech Art Art
Science and Technology Division
Dr. Mike Buttram James Bennett Joe Varner Warren Dill Joel McGee
Chairman Chemistry Biology Biology Biology
James rarsous Willard Pyle Jerry Wright
Biology Biology Biology
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Carol Davidson Betty Revels Kim Woods Mary Alice Green Virginia Bridges
Testing Center Testing Center Secretary Bookkeeper Bookkeeper
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Dyanne Forward Vickie Caswell Sandy Reed Helen Pavey Marti Miller
Bookkeeper Bookkeeper Business Office Assistant to Admissions Clerk
Registrar Registrar's Office
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Linda Kirby Ruth Bearden Lea Ledwell Ruth Fowler Maggie Ashlin
Admissions Clerk Loans Collection Secretary Secretary Secretary
Registrar's Office Officer President Dean of Students Counselors
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Debra Mclntire Kathy Jordan Mary Long Lou Etta Marley Dell Stephens
Secretary of Dean Secretary of Associate Secretary of Dean of Secretary of Secretary of
of Continuing Dean of Continuing Program Development Director of Business Administration
Education Education Community Services Division
Lesley Sandlin Mercedes Shavers Sharon Waren
Secretary of Dean Secretary of Secretary of
of Instruction Nursing Division Humanities Division
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Mike Wages Lounelle Davis Betty Breed
Veteran's Bookstore Cafeteria
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Cafeteria Cafeteria Cafeteria Game Floom
Personnel Personnel Personnel Cashier
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The faculty and staff of TCC were the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson at a
Christ-mas dance to open the Holiday
season in December. This was the first
faculty dance inthe history of Texarkana
College - a fitting first for the 50th an-
The dance was in the ballroom of the
Student Center with music provided by
the college stage band.
Opposite page top: Earl Jacobs, Dell Jacobs, Bill
Murdock, Charlotte Murdock, and Dale Works
socialize at the refreshment table while they wait for
Betty Revels to serve the punch. Opposite page
lower left: Rachel and C. A. Mitchell, Board of
Trustees, seem to be enjoying the dance and the
music of the TCC Stage Band. Opposite page lower
right: Dr. Carl Nelson and Mrs. Nelson pause for a
moment to refresh themselves with a glass of punch.
Left: The stage band plays a number while the
dancers take a break. Below: Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Wade, Dr. and Mrs. Nelson and two other couples
"step out" on one of the fast ones - a nice time to
rest for the less ambitious.
Faculty At TCC Do Their Thing
The faculty at TCC did their thing,
just as the students did. lt wasn't the
same 'thing', but the faculty did
show that there is not a communi-
cation gap, or even a generation
Most of the faculty were friends
and helpers, and all proved to be
Right: Paul McFerran and Robert Ward
demonstrate how the new telescope is op-
erated to Gary Singleton. The telescope was a
new purchase this year for the Science Di-
vision. Below: Kenneth Parmley tries to make
modern mathematics a fun course for
elementary education majors - modern
symbols, elementary set theory, logic, in-
troduction to the structure of the real number
system and its subsystems, - fun?? Oppo-
site page, top: Faculty members and students
get together for a Christmas party before the
Holidays. Opposite page, below: Jim Pynes
observes as a member of his police technol-
ogy class takes the podium.
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Most of the faculty work
many hours. They all seem to
have a great interest in their
students and help at any time
they are asked. They seem to
enjoy their work.
TCC has a great asset be-
sides its students - its fantas-
Above: Nelson Davis instructs one of
his students in the use of the engine
performance tester. Right: Rolfe Wylie
chairman of the Humanities Division,
finds time to play bit parts in TCC
productions. For his part in "The
Importance of Being Earnest" he had
to shave his lush beard.
But Also Have An Interest In Students
Lett: Henry Wood uses the U.S.
map to stress the location of an
incident in the study of the His-
tory of the United States. Below:
Kathryn Blake helps a student
with a problem. All work in the
general related courses are fit-
ted to the individual needs of the
student. Lower Picture: Lois
Gardner tunes in on a student
with problems. The modern,
well-equipped language lab-
oratory helps the student in lis-
tening comprehension, pronun-
ciation and conversation.
From The Past: Principles
Since Texarkana Community College was
established in 1927, each year has seen some
change brought about.
Concerned students have worked together to
make TCC a better school.
Never in the history of this school has there not
been some notable change with each year. Along
with each new group of students, a larger and
better college has been achieved. Citizens, faculty
and students have given freely of themselves and
worked unselfishly to help the institution grow.
The youth of today will always look to the youth
of yesterday for wisdom - and the principles
needed to guide them for a brighter tomorrow.
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Opposite page: Emma Beed and Clarisse Cor-
mier. Top IeI1:BiIIy Burton and Willie NeIson.Top
right: Roland Hamilton. Left: Mary Lewis and
Andy Butterfield. Above: William Robinson.
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Below: Larry Bonner plans his next semester's schedule with the help of Counselor 'A ,N , ,N '
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Willie Bogan Bianca Bolton James Bonner Diane Bowen
Jack Bovd Joyce Boyd Daniel Boyles Sharon Braddock
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Above: People crowd into parking spaces to keep from
being late for class. Below: This student disregarded this
sign and made his own parking place.
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Sgt. Buddy Woods knows what
to do about it when students
park illegally. The money
collected from parking fines
goes for scholarships.
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Below: Students in the Police Technology class are
practicing Iifting finger prints. This program is de-
signed to develope skills needed for police officers as
well as to provide additional training for officers already
in the field. Right: Robert Dodd and Robert Hallis are
practicing finger printing procedures in their Police
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tech instructor, blows out
candles at his surprise birthday
party. Left: Sam Cotton of the
law enforcement department is
surprised with a birthday party,
also. Both parties were spon-
sored by the Law Enforcement
Charles L. Evins
Above: Lucy Larey, sociology teacher, meets with Phylis Tidwell and
Regina Gualow for a little after class study. Below: Andree Mathis
checks with English instructor, Gladys Cupp. about the daily as-
signment. TCC teachers are always available to give students extra help
when needed, either in the classroom or during daily office hours.
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stitches for her art work project by Mary Long, art teacher.
Students have the opportunity to learn drawing, design,
sculpture, painting, weaving and ceramics.
L. V. Johnson
Above: Arlene Herrington, seated, listens carefully to everything her three daughters
have to say, which is a real switch. Arlene, after sending her daughters through
college, is now attending William-Buchanan School of Nursing at TCC, where the
daughters graduated. From left, they are, Barbara Crawford, Cynthia Collum, and
Ardeth Dailey. Below: Dr. Mary Ellen Wyers, associate dean, and Ms. Hazel Jay,
associate professor and graduate nursing advisor, both from the University of Texas
in Arlington. announce the two new courses that will be offered forthe first time in the
summer of '77. The courses are Theoretical Foundations of the nursing process and
nursing process in clinical situations. The Coordinating Board of Higher Education
of the State of Texas granted the approval.
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T-bar.Thisisone ofthe first parts ofthe
training in welding.
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Mike Shelby and Bill Bridges use an
acetylene torch to prepare the metal for
welding. The welding program is
designed to give the student the
necessary skills to accept employment
as a welder immediately upon
Dean Bill Fl. Hughes, an expert on
black powder shooting and the editor
of a nationally known magazine, the
Muzzleloader, went on a safari to
Rhodesia in Southern Africa last
summer. He went with an organization
called the International Sportsmen's
During their stay in Rhodesia, the ISA
group was granted an interview with
Prime Minister lan Smith, right. Others
in the photograph lfrom leftl are
George Daniels, ISA president, John
Tolmay, Rhodesian hunter: Darrell
Crawford, ISA vice-president: Jack
Garner, Frank Boutwellg Troy Wharton,
and Bill Fl. Hughes.
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The versatile dean Qabovej is just as
much at home at the tea table with Gail
Patterson as he was on his Safari in
Rhodesia. Coordinating the Miss TCC
Beauty Pageant is one of the varied
duties of the dean.
Leia Foster and Sue Stuart work out their
diagrams in Biology Lab.
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Above: Warren Dill, biology instructonviews
one of the specimen cases in the department.
Biology is primarily concerned with plants,
animals and life itself. Flight: Babb Williams
takes notes on these models that show the
various stages of mitosis. Below: Billie King,
student, talks with biology teacher Joel
McGee about a lab project.
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Agrlculiure students help
clear the ground for the
new TCC farm located
near Red River Army
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Below: Vicki McGraw prepares this field
for planting with a new tractor at the TCC
farm located 11 miles from campus on
land declared "surplus to the needs" of
Red River Army Ordnance Ammunition
Depot. Left: These Agri students are
identifying grasses of the South. Pasture
management includes planting, estab-
lishing maintenance, growing and har-
vesting of forages. All are more under-
standable now that TCC has a farm.
TCC sponsors programs in intramural and recreational ac-
tivities to meet the social and physical needs of students. The
intramural program offers a variety of facilities and activities
for students who desire to participate in them. Demonstrating
archery techniques in P.E. courses is Nancy Nettles and Daren
Archery, one of the many co-ed P.E.
courses at TCC, is gaining popularity.
Peter Beckers is shown here par-
ticipating in an archery class. Some
students even tried their hand at hunt-
ing with the bow.
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class. The maln purpose of this course of study is to recruit
well-trained personnel to repair and maintain vehicles for
the American public.
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mechanics class. Areas covered include chassis
maintenance and electrical systems to standard and
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Gary Waltholl learns the care and use of various hand and
power tools in the basic body shop course. This program is
designed to give the student those special skills which will
allow him to function as an auto body mechanic.
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Roger Hlcks picks up a difficult rebound as he helps the Casonova's defeat the Four
States Players by a score of 53-46 in one of the intramural games played each
Tuesday and Thursday in the Gym. Also shown is No. OO, Edward Ftoseg No. 9, Delfred
Lowe: and No. 10, Jerry Kelly.
Donald Jackson drives toward the basket as he
helps the Casonova's to another victory in an in-
tramural basketball game. The Casonovas were
leading at semester break. Other teams competing
were Foul Trouble, TCC Stars, TCC Wings, Colonel
Drooper's Troopers, Ag Club, DJA Texans, Circle K
and Four States Players.
Carol Frost, Yearbook Editor, works long hours
helping TCC students register for their mug shots.
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Steve Blake is having his Freshman picturetaken by
the Rapport Photographer in the Student Center. All
sittings are free to TCC students.
Members of Mrs. Cupp's English class - Gina Partain,
Davelyn Bryant, Marilyn DeLay and Bryan Allan - wait
patientlyto have their individual pictures made forthe 1977
Yearbook. Approximately 1000 pictures were made during
the three-day period that the photographer was on cam-
with some of his Air
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Patsy Sorsby, on a research question. English teachers, like
all TCC teachers, spend many hours helping individual
students with their studies.
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Counselor Judy Hall taught one of the two
freshman orientation classes held this spring.
Top plcture: From left, Sharon Horrocks, Lisa
Allred, Laurie Hogan, Linda Arnold, Garilyn
Anderson, Betty Davis, Purlene Higgins, Vera
Hall, Crystal Bell, and Kenneth Bramhall. Right:
From left, Cherry Brown, Judy Hall, counselor,
and Crystal Bell.
Freshman Orientation Spring Semester
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Top picture: From left, Harry Campos, Phillip Crowell, David Allison, and Troy
Brown. Above: From left, Laurie Hogan, Judy Hall, counselorg Terry Crabtree,
Joe Green, and David Allison.
Freshman Orientation Students Learn
Counselor Ronald Bright taught the other
freshman orientation class held during the
spring semester. Top picture: From left,
Mary Rathburn, Robin Oshia, Renee
McKamie, Teresa Thomas, John Moore,
and Luckett Reeves. Rlght: From left, Vera
Hall, Kenneth Bramhall, Joe Green, Harry
Campos, and Phillip Crowell.
The Rules And Regulations
Top picture: From left, Glenda Stephenson,
Keith Munn, Rena Pree, James Sikes, Nguyet
Nguyen, and Andrea Ponder. Above: From left,
Glenda Stephenson, Angela Spencer, Edna
Lampkin, James Sikes, Keith Munn, Nguyet
Nguyen, Ronald Bright, Counselor, Donna
Parker, and Andrea Ponder.
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Sophomore Class Officers
Sophomore David Borrer, president of the
Young Republicans, discusses the com-
ing events with Darlene Ussery, club editor
of the TCC Yearbook. Even though David's
candidate lost the election in November,
David is still "recruiting" for his party?
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Students search for any quiet place to study
for an exam Sandy Beck waits in the Lan- In
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Music Masters entertained
with specialty numbers when
the pooped dancers took a
break at the Faculty Christ-
mas Dance. The Nelsons
hosted the dance.
Mistletoe overthe door means only one thing and
Dean Hughes is doing it. He didn't really need the
excuse - that's his wife.
Bob Bell, psychology
students on "emotions".
This is just one area
covered inthe psychology
course. Other areas
learning drive and similar
aspects of human be-
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on our campus in the fall.
Robert Hollis Edna Hopkins
Sharon Jackson Joe Jenkins
Samuel Howard Gwendolyn Hubbard Walt Hughes Cynthia
Ronald Jewel Cleo Johnson Gaulow Johnson Brenda Jones
Brenda Jones Dane Jones Mary Jones
Eva Williams, a Four States Blood Service worker here in
Texarkana, helps Sharon Fort fill out her blood donors
card. This project was sponsored by the Circle K club, Nov.
29 and 30, and again inthe spring.
Flandy Jones Tommie Jones Robbie Jordan
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her few rare minutes in the Student
Center. The Center is for students who
want to relax and socialize with friends
in their spare time.
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fuse ball upstairs in the Student Center. The Center is
always open and welcomes all TCC students.
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the pumpkin, that's the time to get ready for Halloween
Diane Bowen is checking out this pumpkin for a lack o
lantern and perhaps a pumpkin ple
Halloween is always a fun time on the TCC campus, and the
secretaries in the Admissions office are always first with special
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Garner and President Barry
Abney display the trophy
awarded to them by the Federal
orrectional Institute Chess
The TCC department of agriculture
hosted the 22nd Annual FFA - 4 H
judging contest last spring. These high
school boys do not seem to mind wait-
ing their turn. Dr. Royce Granberry and
David Adams, agriculture instructors,
and a staff of 23 of their students
supervised the showing and the
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tor, pauses during Brian En-
gledowl's voice lesson to dis-
cuss fundamentals required in
her course. Each student
planning to earn a music degree
will choose voice or an in-
strument which they will study
each semester during their two
years at TCC.
William King checks on
the next step for his
The extra hours of lab
cduirseis can be fung-'
provided that final solu-
tion is what it is supposed
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drawing class When a student is
not even aware of the photo
grapher he is busy
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Karen Norwood, freshman, is
doing her lab work forthe unit of
the week in Biology. Students
visit the lab each week for in-
formation needed to take each
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Left: David Cooke runs a test on wiring
as part of his learning in radio repair.
Above: Listening to tapes in the
Learning Resource Center, is one way
any TC student can spend a few hours
catching up on back work, getting
ahead of the class or enjoying his favor-
ite kind of music.
Pictured are Carol Frost, James Michael
Billy Burton, and Libby Hart.
For The Future: Vision
TCC has achieved much in its fifty years of existence.
Each year, students work and strive so that the next
year will be better. The whole point of TCC is a better
future. People goto school to study and learn so that
they might improve the future. Then, in turn, they not
only improve the future for themselves, but others
Every person has desires, dreams, and goals. TCC,
too, has its dreams - dreams of new and better
buildings, and of a better institution of education.
The years at TCC are a mere ripple in the pool of life
- where the visions of tomorrow have their start.
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Opposite page: Saundra Sherwood and Carolyn Tefteller
Top picture: Shelby Smith. Left: Leonardo Evans, Above
Who's Who Among American Junior Coll
from TCC were named in
"Who's Who Among Stu-
dents in American Junior
Colleges" this year. To
qualify for this honor, a
student is nominated by
several faculty members
for academic excellence
and leadership qualities,
and must by a second year
The pictures and
biographies of the
students then appear in
the following edition of
the yearbook, entitled
"Who's Who Among
Students In American
Above: Pam Postlewaite, Sharon Jackson, Jimmy Livesay,
Bill Long, Bob Long, Kay Teague, Carol Short, Becky
Monroe, Karen Kilker, and Cay Teague. Lower left: David
Newton. Lower right: Tom Goodson, Ricky Crenshaw,
Janet Griffin, Mary Bess Bryant, Denise Haile, Saundra
Sherwood, Sandra Anderson, and Linda Bell.
Left: Carolyn Creighton, Nadine
Putman, Cynthia Freeman, Ricky
Moore, Linda Megason, Robert Davis,
Kim Lane, Regina Hettich, Melisa
Cowling, and Cathie Savage. Lower
left: Martha Helms. Lower right:
Thomas Hall. Not pictured: Kathy
Whetstone and Jennifer Puttell.
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Dutstanding Students Always
Every school has its outstanding
students, and some stand out more than
others. TCC has several students who fit
into this category. Among them are Doty
Berjan, Helen Bass, James Carter, Tom
Maddox, and Debbie Blazek.
Rlght: Doty Berjan takes a moment from her study-
ing to daydream. Doty is a foreign student from
Columbia, South America. She lives with the Pete
Mankins family, and helps take care of the Mankin
children. She is afull-time student at TCC, and she is
taking French and her native Spanish, among other
Rlght: Col. Jim Parsons officiates at
the swearing in ceremonies of
James Carter into the Army He-
serve. Carter is a sophomore in-
dustrial engineering student at
TCC. He left for Fort Knox, Kentucky
on Jan. 10. Carter will work in the
114th EVAC unit in the Army Fle-
serve, as an X-Ray - Pharmacy
Specialist. he will receive credits
from Baylor University for much of
the work that is done.
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The Limelight At TCC
Top left: Helen Bass, a TCC freshman, is
awarded a scholarship for her perfor-
mance in "Show Me Where The Good
Times Are." The scholarship was given by
the Red River Army Depot Officers' Wives
Club. Helen was very active in every drama
production that was given this year.
Above: Tom Maddox poses in front of his
van. He and seven other members of his
family travelled to Waco to sing with the
Happy Goodman Family. Maddox is a TCC
student, and is the youth pastor of the First
Assembly of God Church in Hope, Ar-
kansas. Every person in his family either
sings or plays an instrument. Left: Debbie
Blazek is a freshman at TCC, and is from
Germany. She is currently planning a
linguistic oriented career. The things
which she likes most about America are
the different types of candy and the
hamburgers. Debbie has only lived in the
United States a year.
Mitzi Kay Hart, sophomore at TCC, participated in various activities in
the Nursing Department which includes, reporter for the Nurse's Club
during her sophomore year, freshman representative for the Nurse's
Club and a member of T.N.S.A. She also attended the District T.N.A.
meeting and was chosen Who's Who Among Students in American
Junior Colleges. Mitzi plans to further her education in nursing at the
University of Arkansas in Little Rock.
Initiated into Phi Theta Kappa during the Spring of '76 and now trea-1
surer, Robert Davis, sophomore at TCC, is a very busy student. His name
has appeared on both the Presidents List and the Dean's List. He wasi-
among those sophomore students who were named for the Who's Who
Among Students in American Junior ColIeQes. His major is business
administration. During the second semester Robert was elevated from
vice president to president of the sophomore class. He was very active in
the Student Senate.
News events taking place on the TCC campus have been a major con-
cern of Carolyn Creighton business manager of the yearbook, TCC '77,
and Campus News Editor during the Fall of '76, Carolyn was initiated
into Phi Theta Kappa in the Fall of '76, and her name has appeared on the
Dean's List each semester. She was Editor of the '76 Fall Kaleidoscope.
She was also a member of "Good News on Campus." Carolyn was listed
in Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges.
Chemical Engineer major, Fticky Moore, was elected president of Phi
Theta Kappa his sophomore year at TCC. Also during Fticky's
sophomore year he was a member of the Phi Beta Lambda and re-
cipient ofthe Faculty Association Scholarship, Chemical Scholarship,
and Engineer Scholarship. During his freshman year he was president
of the Young Republicans, freshman senator, and official delegate at
the PTK National Convention. Ricky's name has appeared on the
President's List all semesters he has been in college.
Being a music education major and having a minor in drama has kept
Susan Williams, sophomore at TCC, very busy. Susan is in the TCC
Choir, singer in the vocal ensemble, and vocalist with the TCC Stage
Band. She has had the leading role in such plays as the 1976 Spring
musical "Carnival", "The Contrast", and the Christmas musical
"Sheperd Song". She is a member of the TCC Players and Delta Psi
Omega. This year she was elected vice-president and Sweetheart of
MENC and recipient of the Faculty Association Scholarship.
Kay Teague is a very active member of the Phi Theta Kappa and was
elected as an officer in the Nurse's Club for the 1976-1977 school year.
Kay's name has appeared on the Presidents List for the fall semester
'76, which is pretty good for a married woman with a 17 year old son. She
was named in Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Col-
leges. She is also a recipient of the Credit Union Scholarship.
ursing is the main interest of Nadine Putman, sophomore at TCC.
dine is the president of the Nursing Class and has had her name on
e Dean's List during the Fall of '75 and Spring of '76. She is married
d is working on her associate degree in nursing. She was named to
ho's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges.
Being in every major production performed on the TCC campus for the
pasttwo years can only be done by a person who loves drama and James
Michael is that person. Some of those plays include "The Contrast",
"Carnival", "Show Me Where the Good Times Are", "Emperor's New
Clothes" and "The Importance of Being Earnest." James is majoring in
Speech and Drama with a minor in voice. He is a member of the TCC
Players, Delta Psi Omega, TCC Choir, and TCC Vocal Ensemble.
Ricky Crenshaw, sophomore at TCC, is majoring in political science and
pre-law and is a very active student on the TCC campus. He has served
on the Committee of 12 and is an active member of the Phi Theta Kappa.
He was elected president of the Young Democrats and sophomore
senator. Ricky's name has appeared on the President's and Dean's List.
He was among those students selected for Who's Who Among Students
in American Junior Colleges.
anet Griffin, sophomore, has been a very busy student her two years at
CC. Janet was elected Student Senate president, served on the
ommittee of 12 and received a Senate Scholorship her sophomore
ear. During her freshman year she was elected freshman class senator.
he is a member of "Good News on CAMPUS" and Phi Theta Kappa.
he has been on the Presidents List and the Dean's List both her
reshman and sophomore years at TCC. Janet's major is Art and she
lans on being an Interior Designer.
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chosen for Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges
has been very exciting forTom Goodson. Tom is a rnemberof the Young
Democrats and an active member in Phi Theta Kappa. His name has
appeared regularly on the Dean's List. He is a sophomore at TCC and is
majoring in pre-med and chemistry.
Linda Bell, Miss TCC
Linda Bell was crowned the new Dean Hughes' office. She was first
Miss TCC, on Feb. 15, by the outgo- runnerup in the Miss TCC pageant,
ing Miss TCC, Debbie Duree. Linda and became Miss TCC when Debbie
was presented her crown and title in
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As we look back over this
year, can we say that TCC has
drawn our dreams closer to
reality? Some of us can. In fact,
some of us can say that our
yesterdays dreams are now
Some of us are closer to our
goals, and perhaps some are
farther away. Many students
have achieved that degree that
they worked so long and hard
to get. Others may not have
struggled so hard, and are not
well pleased with themselves.
Whether this is the case of not,
all of us have taken at least one
step closer to our realities for
tomorrow and are ready to
dream new dreams.
Opposite page: Tomorrow's
college students get their
first taste of computer
programing in a Saturday
morning class. These high
school students are learning
machine language on the
Olivetti 101 in a lab directed
by sophomores, Ricky
Moore, Diane Bowen and
David Diebert. Left: Gloria
Mugno, nursing instructor,
observes as a student
practices giving an in-
travenous on a dummy arm in
preparation for her tomor-
rows as a nurse. Below left: A
reality for Dean Bill Hughes
today is a kiss from Miss TCC,
Linda Bell, and Miss Arkan-
sas Universe, Debra Duree.
Below right: Glenda Johnson
walks across the campus
enjoying her today and
perhaps dreaming of her
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Above Left: A sign on the entry
door states: Waiting period
'approximately two hours from
this point. Students do get an
opportunity tolmeet new people
while they wait, lhowever. Above
Right: There is more waiting as
students fill out residency re-
quirements and obtain class
complete clear cards. Left:
Counselor Herman Barnett
shows freshman Tommy
Simmons how to begin his class
Graduation . . An End And A Beginning
Graduation is a time for reflecting on the past and
looking toward the future. It is the end of many friend-
ships andthe start of a new phase of life, whether in the
same old town, or in a distant and strange city.
A record number of applicants registered to participate
in the graduation exercises last year, and it was the
largest number ever in the history of TCC.
A program of music was provided by the TCC Choir and
Stage Band. Christy Elkins, Student Senate President,
gave a short speech about the student's view of gradu-
The guest speaker was Dr. Donald T. Rippey, from the
Department of Educational Administration at the Univer-
sity of Texas in Austin.
Thirteen students with a 4.0 grade average, and 45
students with an average of 3.8 or better, graduated with
After the graduation exercises, officers and members
of Phi Theta Kappa hosted an informal reception in the
foyer of the TCC Auditorium.
Top Right: Christy Elkins, president ofthe Student Sen-
ate, leads the procession of students through the lines
of faculty members, and then heads for the entrance
ramp into the auditorium. Right: Dr. Rippey delivers his
address,"To What Do We Owe The Honor'?", to an
attentive audience. Above: Christy Elkins tells the
audience of parents, teachers. and friends about her
personal view of graduation, as K. B. Davis, Flegistrarg
Truman Arnold, Board President: Dr. Ftippeyg Dr. Edwin
B. Dodson, pastor: and Dean Levi Hall look on.
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"A New World's Coming" was the theme for the third
annual water show, last spring. The eventwas directed by
Mrs. Sue Works, physical education instructor, and
The show was made up of ten synchronized swimming
numbers. About thirty swimmers participated in the pro-
gram of several comic and serious numbers. Most of the
selections were from the current Top 40 charts, including
such hits as the popular "Love Will Keep Us Together,"
Above: Lisa McFerrin, back,
Judy Harris, and Debi Barkwell
form a line of precision
swimming. Right: Martha Mal-
colm and Martha Shields, back,
and Becky Looney and Jana
Atchison perform a water ballet.
Many hours of practice and
much patience are needed for a
successful water show.
"Baby Face," and "Welcome To My World PE
structor, Hub Du ngan, concluded the program with as
of "God Bless America."
The"worIds"presented inthe showwere TheWorld
Decisions, of Travel, of Peace Emotions Sports Lo
Dance, Innocence, Fun, and Space
This was the first year for the Aquatic Center to use
new bleachers. This gave the audience a much
view of the show.
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Agriculture Club members
are active in various proj-
ects,one of them being the fall
and spring barbeques. The
barbeques have come to be
special events, marking the
highlights of each semester.
Along with the excellent food,
1 there is always plenty of good
Above: Maybe the Aggies don't know how to put the
letters on the marquee just right, but they sure know
how to make "Bar-B-Q." The menu for the feast
included goat, beef, chicken, and all the trimmings.
Below: Shirley Shumake supervises several diligent
Aggies as they kindle the fire in preparation for the
long afternoon of cooking.
Top Picture: President Janet Griffin gives the new senate members a
briefing afterthe winners of fall elections were announced, as part of
the Play Day festivities. They are ffrom Ieftj Ricky Crenshaw, Becky
Monroe, Janet Griffin, Sharon Jackson, Robert Davis, Pan Post-
Iethwaite, Tom Snyder, David Joseph, Vanessa Goree, Diane
Schlonga, and Steven Johnson. Above: mmm-good seems to be Jan
Fauntleroy's feeling about the Play Day sandwiches. Right: Carolyn
Barnes, Ronnie Lance, and Jim Cunningham take a coke break.
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Fun, Food, Music
The fourth annual Play Day brought
students and faculty"out ofhiding"for
the announcement of the winners of
the senate elections, free cokes, "do-
it-yourself" sandwiches, and good en-
The entertainment was provided by
the TCC stage band, under the direc-
tion of Sandy Simmons. They played
such current hits as "Love Will Keep Us
Together," "Both Sides Now, " and
"Meet A Cheetah."
The Play Day was intended to take
place out doors, with sack races,
volleyball, and frisbee contests, but
dueto the inclementweather, everyone
crowded inside the Student Center for
Left: Entertainment was pro-
vided by the TCC Stage Band
under the direction of Sandy
Simmons. Above left: Pam
Postlethwaite, Robert Davis,
and Sharon Jackson were
awarded McDonald coupons
during the activities.
Three one act plays were pres-
ented bythe T C players Oct. 14 and
15. Thetrilogy replaced the usual fall
production of one three act play.
Jody Parsons directed the plays.
Student directors were Wallace
Hines, James Michael, and Tina
The first play was "Trifles", a
murder mystery by Susan Glaspel.
The cast consisted of James Garret,
David Endsley, Shawn Walker, Libby
Smith, and Shannon Watson. The
setting was a gloomy kitchen.
Second in theseries was "A Happy
Journey to Camden and Trenton."
Student actors were Eddie Mayber-
ry, Shannon Watson, Tina Smith, Bill
Barlow, and Susan Beck. Also in-
cluded inthe cast was Clay Nelson,
son of Dr. Carl Nelson. The play, set
in New Jersey, was presented in
contemporary style with no props,
no scenery, and Eddie Mayberry
playing multiple roles.
Last of the three was "The
Proposal", a comedy by Anton
Chekhov. The cast included James
Michael, Belinda Matlock, and
Wallace Hines. This closing play was
a story of young Russian love.
Above: TC Players appear for curtain call. Standing: Eddie Mayberry, Bill Barlow,
Watson, Susan Beck, Tina Smith. James Michael, Belinda Matlock, Wallace Hines, Shawn
Libby Smith,James Garret, and David Endsley. Sitting: Jeff Michaels, Clay Neson, Rodney AL
Jody Parsons, Charles Smith, and Diana Lewis. Below: Eddie Mayberry and the Kirby
converse through an imaginary window. Playing family members are Clay Nelson, Tina i
Shannon Watson, and Bill Barlow for the "Happy Journey".
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of his daughter fBeIinda Matlockl to Ivan Lomov lWaIIace Hinesl. Be-
low: Posing for an old style family portrait are Shawn Walker, James
Garret, David Endsley, Shannon Watson, and Libby Smith.
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initiated into theZeta Sigma Chapter
of Phi Theta Kappa. The initiation
and reception were held on Feb. 17.
Dr. Carl Nelson, president of TCC,
and Dr. Walter Barnes, of the board
of trustees, spoke to the new
members and their families.
The new members are Barry
Abney, Charlotte Allen, Ann An-
derson, Brian Barry, William Barton,
Cynthia Beaty, Susan Beck, Marlow
Biddle, Robin Binns, Deborah
Blazek, Diane Bowen, Jack Boyd,
and Ann Burch.
Also, John Cardwell, Carla Car-
son, Eileen Collins, Martha Cowley,
Charlie Curry, Jeffrey Davis, Marilyn
Delay, Ann Eaves, Dorsey Edwards,
Ester Ellis, Cynthia Fergason, Leta
Foster, Joye Gentry, Karen Gon-
zales, Regina Goodloe, Thomas
Hall, and Penelope Harmon.
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Kathy Hicks, Roger Hines, Susan
Hodnett, Susan Hooks, Mary Lou
Johnson, Dorothy Jones, Pamela
Jorden, Ftodbie Jorden, and William
Liza Lawrence, Carrolyn Lumbley,
Melissa Mangum, Lanora McGatha,
Mary McCrane, Paul Miller, Kay
Myers, Deborah Nicholas, Timothy
Overstreet, Teresa Owens, Cathy
Gina Partain, David Paul, Larry
Powell, Scott Flaschke, Kathyrn
Ftaulerson, William Rhyne, Zadie
Roberts, Diane Sansom, Diane
Scholnga, Willie Sharbine, Judy
Smith, Paula Smith, Charles
Patricia Tyson, Karen Warren, Ann
Gail Williams, Babb Williams, Gary
Williams, Deborah Williams, and
72 New Members In Spring
Above: Becky Monroe, Ricky Moore, and Mary
Bess Bryant read the qualifications of a Phi Theta
Member. The initiates waitin lineto sign the roll
and to light their candles as a part of the
50's Days Dance Brings
Bobby socks, cuffed jeans, greased hair, and leather
jackets were all a part of that 50's era. Nostalgic TCC
students and faculty looked the part last fall as they came
decked out in old duds for the dance, which featured the
mucic of TQ and the Top Cats.
The dance was the best attended since 1973, and even a
great number of faculty members participated.
TQ and the Top Cats played all of the well-known 50's
music, and performed acrobatic stunts as they played.
The dance was sponsored by the Student Activities
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Top plcture: Joe Yates poses "thumbs up" with his '55 Chevy. Above:
Tim "The Fonz" Tidwell holds a 1950 "Bulldog" he has been glancing
through. The "Bulldog" was the original title of the TCC yearbook.
Right: Lynette Ballard and Flicky Moore examine the decor around
them, and Ricky triumphantly holds up the award that he and Lynette
won for the best 50's costumes.
Top picture: Dr. Carl
Nelson and his part-
ner, Martha Norton,
seem happy to display
the awards they won
for first place in the
dance contest. Above:
Janet Griffin, Tom
Goodson, and several
"jitterbug." Left: TQ
and the Top Cats pro-
vide good 50's music
for the dance. Their
music set the mood for
a nostalgic evening.
Students Honored ln Awards Assembly
TCC's outstanding students
were honored in the Student
Awards Assembly during the
spring semester. The assembly
was held during the activity
period with Dean of Students Bill
R. Hughes as Master of Cere-
The awards were presented by
each division and by several
interested groups, including the
Rotary Club, the Women's Au-
xiliary of the Miller-Bowie
Societies and the Red River B 8t
During the assembly, John
Benson, social studies instructor,
made a presentation in which he
donated 15 books to the library in
honor of his psychology classes.
Top picture: James
Michael is awarded a
scholarship by Jody
Parsons and Rolfe Wylie.
Rlght: John Benson
presents a book to one of
his outstanding students,
Lorene Lumbly. Far right:
Susan Owen Williams and
Bill Barlow are presented
scholarships by Harry
Woods, editor of the
Texarkana Gazette, for
their work and con- ' .
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JFK Program Sponsored by SAC
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ram during the fall semester entitled "Who Killed JFK?"
David Williams, of the Assassination information
Bureau, presented a pictoral argument against the War-
ren Commission's Report on Kennedy's death. He spoke
to a large crowd of students and community members.
A copy of the famous Zapruder film was shown, along
with slides not viewed by the Warren Commission.
Williams explored the "single bullet theory" and discus-
sed Oswald and Ruby, the two men who were supposedly
involved in the assassination.
The program, was presented during the activity period
and was just one week short of the 13th anniversary of
Top picture: David Williams of the Assassination
information Bureau presents the famous
Zapruder film. Middle picture: Williams shows
the parade route which Kennedy took through
downtown Dallas. Left: A clear picture is shown
in which Jackie Kennedy scrambles to the back
of the presidential limousine after her husband is
Science Day Honors Nuclear Physicist
A Science Day was proclaimed by Dr. Carl Nelson,
president of TCC, in honor of Dr. Edward Teller, de-
veloper of the hydrogen bomb, nuclear physicist, and
Nobel Prize winner. Dr. Teller was on campus during the
fall semester, and spoke on the role of nuclear energy in
the time of an energy crisis. A very large and attentive
audience of about 2,000 students, educators, and citizens
assembled in the TCC Auditorium to hear Dr. Teller.
Dr. Teller has devoted a major portion of his time to
energy issues, including nuclear energy. He has de-
veloped national programs to explore peaceful uses of
nuclear explosives and to harness thermonuclear energy
by both magnetic confinement and laser techniques. He
has also written several books, which include "The Re-
luctant Revolutionary" and "Great Men of Physics."
Dr. Teller's lecture was one of a series sponsored by the
TCC foundation, an organization whose purpose is to
enlist and channel funds from public and private sources
to TCC. Acting chairman of the TCC Foundation Board,
Dr. William B. Patterson, was responsible for bringing Dr.
Teller to the campus.
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Above: Dr. Teller emphasizes a point on
conservation of energy during his talk. Mid-
dle: A near capacity audience listens to Dr.
Teller lecture, on everything from environ-
ment to energy wasters. Right: Dr. Teller
greets ifrom left to right! Dr.Carl Nelson, pres-
ident of TCC, and Truman Arnold, Chairman
ofthe board, and Dr. William Patterson, board
member, as they meet him at the airport.
Pictured at far right is Dr. J. Fl. Maxfield, Jr.,
who flew Dr. Teller from Dallas to Texarkana
in his private plane. Dr. Maxfield, a good
friend of Dr. Teller's, is the founder of Max-
field Radiological Center and Maxfield Clinic
Hospital in Dallas.
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world famous mentalist and
"scientific investigator" of
various areas of ESP, was
brought to the campus by the
Student Activity Committee. He
performed before a near
capacity audience of students
, Kreskin performed several
amazing feats, which kept the
audience spell bound. One of
his unusual "tricks" was to
read the thoughts of individu-
als in the audience. This had
some people on the edge of
their seats. For his concluding
act, he had his paycheck hid-
den in the audience, and said
that he would refuse payment
for his performance if he did
not succeed in finding it. But,
through the telepathy of one
girl, he did manage to find it.
Top: Carolyn Creighton, editor of the campus newspaper, and Dale
Works, Dean of Continuing Education, are ready to take Kreskin off the
stage, while Rolfe Wylie, along with three students, prepares to hide the
paycheck in the auditorium. Left: An alert audience listens to Kreskin as
he tells of an experience with ESP. Below: Due to the telepathy of Gail
Patterson, one of the students who helped to hide the check frightl,
Kreskin does find his pay, and holds it up for the audience to see.
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Concerts Exhibit Everything From Rock To Country
Despite the sometimes
TCC loved what it got out of
the several concerts of the
year. The concerts featured
"boogie woogie", rock, and
The Amazing Rhythm
Aces dished out "Memphis
Boogie", and the audience
took it all in.
Clutch, a fifties rock
group, played every type of
music that was popular in
the fifties and sixties from
Elvis rock, to Motown
sounds, to Lesley Gore, to
Hank Williams, to the Beach
St.James Group appeared
for its second concert at
TCC, and performed pro-
gressive country rock.
Top picture: The Amazing
Rhythm Aces perform "Third
Rate Romance", their most
popular tune with audiences.
Approximately half the
students. It was a good
crowd, which enjoyed an
excellent show. Right: Clutch
plays a familiar fifties song,
and accompanies it with a
comedy skit. With almost
every song, there was a skit
or dance performed along
with the music. Middle: St.
James Group plays some
good foot-stompin' music for
an audience of about 800
students and faculty. Several
audience participation songs
were played, which kept the
audience on the edge of their
seats, eager for more.
Best Show Ever For TCC Lab Band
The TCC Lab Band performed during
the fall sesmester for an audience of
nearly 1,000 people. It was said that the
concert was the best local music
production TCC has ever held.
The group played such tunes as
"Mandy", "Love Will Keep Us To-
gether", "Both Sides Now", "Tuxedo
Junction", "Feelings", and "Make Me
Vocal soloists with the group were
James Garrett, Danny Bowling, Helen
Bass, Susan Williams, and Libby Hart.
Band members include Sue White,
David Diebert, Cathie Savage, Kip
Pavey, Paula Bartlett, Mike Cross,
Brian Barry, Bobby Wilmoth, Alan
Hackworth, Richard Stephens, Steve
Maley, Keith Akin, Virgil Hays, Bill
Barlow, Stacey Molntosh, Alan Buster,
Flandall Walker, Scott Flaschke, David
Reese, Mike Brosius, Shawn Walker,
Samuel Whitaker, James Garrett, and
New tuxedos were purchased for the
group to wear in local and on-the-road
Top picture: Soloist James Garrett sings
"Feelings" during the performance of the
lab band. Lett: Mike Brosius solos on the
drums, The lab band has performed at
several different functions, including the
Dallas State Fair, trips on the road to area
high schools, and the TCC and faculty
The TCC Stage
Band and TCC
for many different
during the year.
One such per-
formance was for
the student body of
during the Christ-
According to the
director of the band,
Sandy Simmons, the
concert was a big
success and those
present enjoyed the
music and singing.
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of Redwater School, with the stage band ac-
companying them. The singers are directed by Dr.
Murray Alewine. Far left, bottom: The TCC Stage
Band performs a popular tune from the current Top
40 charts. Middle picture: The stage band takes a
break, for a member to tune his guitar to another
key. Bottom picture: Sandy Simmons directs the
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lt's A Season That You'll Want To Remember
The Christmas Holiday
spirit was brought to life
at TCC during the annual
Snowball dance - the
season to be jolly before
final exams began.
Diamond Jym, a local
rock group, provided the
entertainment for the
formal dance. The band
has been together for
three years, and several of
the members are TCC
attended by both faculty
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socialize with Melinda Jones and her
date, and all seem to be feeling good
that another semester is about to end.
Left: Marc Reese shows his date some
fancy dance steps, and seems to be
straining a ligament or two. Above:
David Joseph and Linda Bell 'let their
hair down' at the Snowball.
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"The Tempest," a Shake-
spearean comedy produced by
the New Shakespeare Com-
pany of San Francisco, was
sponsored by the Student Acti-
vities Committee on the TCC
Campus in March.
The characters included a
caravan of elves, exiled dukes,
lovers, shipwrecked drun-
kards, and the troubled ghost
of an assassinated king.
The purpose of the touring
group is to present Shakes-
peare's story so clearly, simply,
and entertainingly that people
who have never heard of
Shakespeare will enjoy his
A large crowd of students,
faculty, and citizens of the
community were on hand to
enjoy the performance.
Opposite Page: A
scene in 'The
comforted by her
Top left: An elf,
drunkard from a
scene in the
production. Left: A
scene in which
Ariel and Prospero
talk of Miranda.
"Carnival"Comes to Town
A large cast presented "Carnival" April 29 and 30 in the
student center ballroom. The musical was presented as a
dinner-theatre production on April 30. Directors were
Nancy Keaton and Sue McCrossen. The music and drama
departments combined their efforts to bring the magic
and excitement of the circus to Texarkana College.
James Michael played the role of Marco the Magni-
ficent. Will McGary played Jacquotg Barry Crain was cast
as B. F. Schlegelg Wallace Hines portrayed Grobertg and
Denise Brouillette was Rosalie. Other cast members were
Susan Williams as Lili, David Arnold as Paul, Lisa
Steinbeck as Princess Olga, Tina Smith as Greta, and
Rolfe Wylie as Dr. Glass. Libby Hart, Libby Smith, Julie
Patterson, and Cathy Savage played puppets. The
Roustabouts were Danny Bowling, Tommy Keefer,
Richard Arnett, Ray Matthews, Virgil Hays, James Davis,
and Rodney Autrey. Sharon Braddock played the card
girl.The gymnasts were Sharon Jackson,Janet Keith,Jan
Faunt LeRoy, Kathy Parmley, and Jan Timberlake.
Each one does his own thing at the carnival. At center stage are Wilbert McGary as Jacquot and Denise Brouillette as the incomparable Rosalie
Upper Left: James Michael iMarcoJ amazes Nancy Keaton and Denise
Brouillette with his magic tricks. Upper Rlght: Susan Williams fLilil is
excited about the circus. Danny Bowling, Richard Arnett, and Wilbert
McGary sing to her about the carnival. Lower Left: Rolfe Wilie portrays
Dr. Glass. Lower Right: Standing alone is Jeff Michael while James
Michael performs magic for Denise Brouillette and Susan Williams.
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"Show Me Where The Good Times Are" was presented
November 19, 1976 in the TCC Auditorium. The musical is
based on Moliere's play "The Imaginary Invalid." The play
is set in the lower east side of New York during spring in
the early 1900's. James Michael played the part of the
wealthy hypochondriac, Aaron, who wished to marry his
daughter to a doctor for the purpose of getting free
medical care for himself. Complicating matters was his
daughter's lover, Maurice, played by Brian Engledowl.
Helen Bass was cast in the role of the distressed daugh-
ter, Annette, and Libby Hart, an advanced drama major,
was cast as Aaron's sexy young wife, Della. Another
advanced drama major, Libby Smith, played Aaron's
Other cast members were Jody Parsons, Jeff Michael,
Wallace Hines, Vanessa Goree, Belinda Matlock, David
Endsley, Shawn Walker, and Bill Barlow. Nancy Keyton
directed the production and Sue McCrossen directed the
music. Also working on the musical was Gigi Still,
accompanist, Mark Putnam, technical directorg and Sena
Heyn, assistant to the director.
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doctor iShawn Walkerl, and his sister iLibby
Smithj watch as Thomas lBilI Barlowl proposes
to Aaron's daughter, Annette iHelen Bassj.
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Wallace Hines plays a lawyer who is scheming with Della to get Aaron to
sign away his money.
Upper Left: Libby Smith discusses plans for
Jeff Michael fwho plays a great actorj to pose
as a doctor and cure Aaron. In the back-
ground are Helen Bass and Brian Engledowl,
who plays the young actor, Maurice. Upper
Right: In the hat and dress shop are Libby
Hart, Vanessa Goree, fthe shopkeeperl, Helen
Bass, Jody Parsons, and Belinda Matlock.
Middle Left: Della lets Flachael's hair down.
Shown are Libby Smith, James Michael, and
Libby Hart. Lower Left: Annette gets ready for
the wedding. From left to right are Wallace
Hines, Helen Bass, Libby Hart, and Vanessa
from Arkansas, eight of
them TCC students,
competed for the title of
Miss Arkansas Universe,
Feb. 5 in the Texarkana
The theme of the
pageant was "Won't You
Be My Valentine." The
contestants appeared in
both bathing suit and
evening gown competi-
The week before the
pageant was filled with
special activities, and
interviews. A swim party
was held at the Holiday
Inn for the contestants.
Those girls entered
from TCC were Bonnie
Henderson, Kim Grady,
Saundra Sherwood, Pam
Roberts, Mitzi Hart, Linda
Bell, Carolyn Barnes, and
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Debbie Duree, Bonnie Henderson
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much practice in proposing -
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'The Importance of Being Earnest'
" "The Importance of Being Earnest" was not a play
that involved the quality of earnestness but was
about the life of an imaginary man named Earnest.
The play was staged in the TCC Ballroom February
25 and 26 for dinner and the show.
In the play, Mr. Jack Worthing Uames Michaell in
his attempt to escape from his usual social sur-
roundings, has invented a brother, Earnest, a youth
of reputed wildness, whom he is obliged from time
to time to aid and succor.
His ward, Cecily fHelen Bassj, has formed astrong
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romantic attachment for this hypothetical chap, so
that when Algernon QWalIace Hinesl, Worthings
friend introduces himself to her in the character of
the wayward Earnest, complications of a very
amusing sort are started with the result of a very
Oscar Wilde, the author, called the play "A Trivial
Comedy for Serious People." It poked fun at the
English Aristocracy of the 1890's and the plot deals
with false pretenses and double lives.
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to encourage conversation
particularly at the end of the
season when everyone has
practically said whatever they
had to say Lady Bracknel
lJody Parsonsj instructs Alger-
non iWaIIace Hinesj.
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understand, a womanthrope
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linda Matlockj says to dear
Dr. Chasuable fShawn
Walkerj as Cecily fHeIen
Bassj looks on. Left: "Speak
the speech I pray you as I
pronounced it to you,
trippingly on the tongue . .
Watch that British dialect and
have a good show instructs
The Texarkana Community College Music and Drama
Departments presented "Shepherd Song" at the Trinity
Presbyterian Church on Friday, December 3, 1976. The
sacred musical was directed by Nancy Keyton and Sue
The cast included James Davis as Simon Magus, Be-
linda Matlock as Mary, David Endsley as Joseph, Bill
Barlow as a Roman soldier, and Vanessa Goree as the
innkeeper's wife. The speaker was Mark Putman. Virgil
Hays, Wallace Hines, and James Michael were shepherds.
Stacy Mclntosh played Mak, the local ne'er do well and
Susan Williams played his wife, Gill. Their children were
Michael Benson, Suzanne Sizemore, Elizabeth Bens
and Clay Nelson Libby Smith was cast as the neigh
Chorus members were Helen Bass, Patricia Bjorns
Danny R. Bowling, Joni L. Ford, Doris Gipson, Kal
Gonzales, Mitchell Gray, Libby Hart, Eddie Maybel
Michael K. Murry, Darlene Ussery, and Vickie D. Wal
Organist was Dr. Murry Alewine. Shawn Walker a
Cathie Savage were percussionists.
"Shepherd Song" was written by John Jakes and
bert M. Martin.
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Hays and Wllbert McGray as shepherds. The production was presented December 3, 1976.
12 Beauties Enter Miss TCC Pageant
Above: People are always taking pictures when you enter a beauty
pageant! Carolyn Barnes fusses with her hair before the program por-
traits are made in Dean Hughes' office. In the background are Dana
McCollum and Lynne Ftogers.
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the girls as another series of pictures is about to be made. Below
swim party is held each year one week before the pageant. The girls
a little fun as the photographer takes a few more pictures.
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One week before the pageant the girls begin a series of
practice sessions. They learn the proper way to walk, sit,
stand, how to put on make-up for stage lights, and all
sorts of things before the judges' interviews. This year's
judges were all veterans of beauty pageants. They were
ifrom left on page 147i Ann and Charlie Dennis, from
Memphis: Gary Anderson, from Henderson State Univer-
sity in Arkadelphiag Pam Rosser, also from Memphis, and
Pod Rodgers, from Hope.
Winners were selected for their scores in the three
categories of swimsuit, evening gown, and casual clothes
competition as well as an interview inlwhioh the girls were
judged for poise and personality.
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The TCC tennis team placed fourth,
with 18 points at the Paris Junior Col-
lege Invitational Tennis Tournament
Among the schools that competed,
were Navarro Junior College, Cooke
County Junior College, Paris Junior
College, and nine otherjunior colleges
Those team members who par-
ticipated were Bill Long, Jamie Foster,
Bob Long, Christy Cone, and David
Top picture: Members of the tennis team, from left, Jimmy
Livesay, Bill and Bob Long, Robert Butler, Tim Tidwell, and Char-
lie Steelman. Above left: Gily Nixon serves a fast one. Above
right: Charlie Steelman keeps his eye on the ball, as it speeds
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tennis team, from left are
Robert Mills, coach, Christy
Cone, Jamie Foster, Bill
Rainey, Bob Long, Bill Long,
Steve Burton, Jim Livesay,
and Priscilla McLeroy. Mld-
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the correct stance, and
returns a hard serve. Below:
David Morgan, Christy Cone,
and Robert Mills, coach,
proudly display the trophy
that was won at the tour-
nament. Lower left: Tim
Tidwell tries to impress his
teammates by balancing his
tennis racket on his nose.
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Today - Moments to Remember
Many special moments
happen every day in the lives of
TCC students. Things such as
Phi Theta Kappa initiation,
Blue Jacket initiation, working
on something and finishing it
with pride, painting a picture,
having a special someone to
share hopes, dreams and
problems, or just sitting and
thinking about what the day
Because so many of the
special moments that happen
in our lives occur at TCC, this
makes Texarkana Community
College all the more special.
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Opposite page: Several girls will
remember this special moment in their
lives - when they are initiated into
Blue Jackets. Top Left: Tracey Caudle,
a sophomore at TCC, just sits and
thinks. Top Flight: An art student works
with delicate strokes on her canvas.
Left: Gail Patterson, with a bright
smile, accepts her award as a runnerup
in a pageant. To every girl, participa-
tion in a pageant is something to be
remembered and cherished forever.
Above: Robert Davis and Melissa
Cowling enjoy being together and
talking with one another on a very
special day - Valentines Day.
The TCC Student Senate was very busy this year. The
officers were Janet Griffin, president, Tom Goodson,
vice-president, Gail Patterson, treasurer, David Borrer,
Nanette Adams, and Jan Faunt LeFloy were sophomore
senators. They were elected last year for the full years
term. The sophomore officers were Sharon Jackson,
president, Robert Davis, vice-president, Pam Post-
lewaite, secretary, Ricky Crenshaw and Becky Monroe,
senators. The freshman officers included David Joseph,
president, Steven Johnson, vice-president, Carol
Chiarizo, secretary, and Vince Brown, Venessa Goree,
Martha Norton, Dianne Schlonga, and Tom Snyder,
This year the Student Senate's main purpose was to
revise the constitution. The 1968 constitution states the
freshman and sophomore vice-presidents and sec-
retaries cannot vote. A
The club also approved the constitution of a newly
organized club, "Good News on Campus." ln order for a
club to be approved it must first be approved by the
senate, then by the S.A.C. The new club is granted a
one-year probation charter charter. Unless revoked at the
end of the period, it becomes a permanent club.
According to Dean Hughes, the Student Senate should
be more of a governing body - leaving the planning of
activities to the S.A.C., with the exception of such things
as advertising and decorating for the Miss TC pageant,
Play Day, the 50's Dance, and the Snowball Dance.
The 50's Dance went over very well according to Dean
Hughes who said there were between 100 and 125
couples. The annual Snowball dance was also a success.
The featured attraction was a local rock group, Diamond
Jym. According to Janet Griffin, some 108 persons signed
the register. A Presentation Ball was also part of the
Spring activities that the SS sponsored. At the Presen-
tation Ball the club sweethearts, new senate members
and officers, club presidents, and the editors of the
yearbook and newspaper were announced.
Right: Some of the activities sponsored by the
Student Senate included Play Day, the 50's
dance and the Snowball dance. During Play Day
Pam Postlewaite stands ready to give a short
speech. The 50's dance was alive with "the
jitter-bug" and T.Q. and the Top Cats. And the
Snowball dance where everyone is happy be-
cause they know the first semester is almost over.
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Above: Nannette Adams, co-chairman of the revisional committee, and
Dean Hughes discuss plans for revising the constitution. The present
constitution was revised in 1968 and since then has been amended
several times. Left: Publicity is an essential part of making almost
anything a success. Tom Goodson and Janet Griffin know this. The
Student Senate President and vice president put up signs all over the
campus for the colIege's first formal dance. Below: Newly elected of-
ficers gather around their president, Janet Griffin, to discuss various
plans for Student Senate. The winners are Ricky Crenshaw, Becky
Monroe, Janet Griffin, Sharon Jackson, Robert Davis, Pam Postlewaite,
Tom Snyder, David Joseph, Vanessa Goree, Dianne Schlonga, and
Steven Johnson. Officers missing are Martha Norton, Carole Chiarizio,
and Vince Brown. Approximately 600 people voted in the fall elections.
The Blue Jackets club is 45 years old this year. The
organization was founded Oct. 7, 1932, with Miss
Lucile Couch as sponsor. The first officers were Madline
Bone, president, LeRoy McKinney, secretary-treasurer,
and Elizabeth Martain, reporter. The club membership
was limited to 25 girls and two male honorary members,
the boy cheerleaders. The club acted as a pep squad,
performing stunts during half time, to help promote
school spirit at the football games.
The club had three main purposes in 1932. They were to
sponsorjunior college activity, to extend courtesy and aid
to other organizations, and to foster loyalty to TJC.
The club no longer serves as a pep squad but is still a
service organization. This year eight members of the club
served as hostesses at the Emerald Ball, an annual charity
money making project, worked back stage at the Miss TC
pageantg helped back stage at some of the college plays,
and participated in community projects such as March of
The officers were Virginia Fomby, president, Bonnie
Henderson, vice-president, Carla Craig, secretary, Doty
Berjan, reporter, scrapbook, Kathy Asmios, and Sue
The new members are Carla Craig, Paula Smith, Dana
McCollum, Dodie Berjan, Leah Yeager, Sue White, Kathy
Asmios, Susan Hooks, Linda Bell, Kim Lane, Lanie Snow,
Regina Goodloe, Cynthia Hill, Connie Golden, Ann Burch,
Judy Smith, Prissy Steeborg, Abigail Barner, Dianne
Schlonga, Susan Clements, and Wilma Waller.
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Bonnie Henderson, left, vice president: and Kim Grady, secretary. The
officers presided overthe candle lighting ceremony, which took place at
the college. Left Below: Dr. Carl Nelson, president of TCC, was the after
dinner speaker at the formal initiation of the Blue Jackets. Dr. Nelson
spoke on school spirit and how Blue Jackets can help encourage it.
Connie Golden, Pede Click, Bonnie Henderson, Kim Grade, Virginia
Fomby, Mrs. Works, sponsor, Kim Lane, Dianne Schlonga and Paula
Smith seem to be enjoying the presidents talk. Below: Dodie Berjan,
second from left, smiles and wonders what Kim Lane is upto. Dodie is
one of our foreign students, she is from Columbia, South America.
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hush puppy. The formal initiation took place at the Hush Puppy, where
Leah Yeager, Dianne Schlonga and Paula Smith also enjoy the fine food.
Left: Prissy Steenborg receives her official Blue Jacket from the spon-
sor Sue Works. The 21 new members also received certificates of
membership and a carnation from the members. Below: There seems to
be a certain seriousness during the candle lighting ceremony. The girls
are from left to right, Leah Yeager, Prissy Steenborg, Paula Smith,
Dianne Schlonga and Dana McCollum.
Above: Bonnie Henderson pauses for a moment while eating her pie to
get her picture taken, but Susan Clements can't seem to stop. The girls
met at Luby's to discuss up-coming events and what else - Eat. Left:
During the annual initiation Susan Hooks, Susan Clements, Judy Smith,
Sue White, Linda Bell, Kathy Asmoius, Carla Craig, Connie Golden and
Leah Yeager dressed-up as their favorite nursery rhyme character. The
girls dressed-up in Halloween costumes as another part of their initi-
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Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is one of the oldest organizations on
the TCC campus. lt was formed in 47-48 under the
leadership of Miss Edith Larson, there were five chapter
members. The actual beginning of Phi Theta Kappa was
in 1918 at a meeting of Missouri Junior college presidents
who were seeking to form an organization that recog-
nized superior students. The purpose of PTK is to prom-
ote scholarship, develop leadership and service, and to
cultivate fellowship among students in colleges across
the U.S. The student is judged on good moral character,
scholarship, and qualities of good citizenship.
This spring the Phi Theta Kappa members went to
Biloxi, Miss., for the 58th National PTK Convention. This
fall was very busy for the organization. It featured a
Ford-Carter debate by a faculty-student panel, an inter-
chapter visit by members of the Paris Junior College. A
slide show of TCC in cooperation with the counseling
center and department heads was made to present
area high schools and civic organizations to "talk up
TCC. A glo-paint project was set up with Robert Davis
chairman. The paint was made by the chemistry 1
partment and was used to paint curbs.
ln conjunction with the appearance of Dr. Edwz
Teller, Nobel Prize winner, the Phi Theta Kappa sp:
sored a Science Day.
ln the fall initiation the 26 new members were Ron:
Allen, Cynthia Anderson, Jody Carmickle, Carol
Creighton, Robert Dickson, Keith Frazier, Regina Hettil
Lou Hill, Melodie Holmes, Delores James, Carla Johnsc
Debra Rogers, Robert Savage, Charlotte Slate, Conn
Thurston, Glenda Caraway, Ricky Crenshaw, Hel
Gonzales, Bruce McKeever, Gwendolyn Nelson, Ter
Rouse, Steve Schoen, Phyllis Tidwell, James Walker
Bobby Young, and Anita Harutunian.
Top: Phi Theta Kappa inducted twenty-six new members in
formal fall initiation ceremony. President Ricky Moore preside
at the initiation. There was a reception following the ceremony
the members and their families. Below: The Phi Theta Kaj:
officers are Ricky Moore, president, Becky Monroe, vil
presidentg Lisa Cowling, secretary, Robert Davis, treasurerp M
Bess Bryant, historian: and Karen Kilker, Reporter.
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Above: A few of TCC Phi Theta Kappa members enjoy the warm sun-
shine of Biloxi, Miss., the meeting place of the 58th National Phi Theta
Kappa Convention. Basking in the sun are Qfront rowj Pat Strobel, Gina
Hortshorn, Mary Bess Bryant, Becky Monroe, and Bruce Boyden. Back
row from left are Jerry Bonham, Mike Ward, Jamie Foster, Andrea
Lambert, and Carla Kington. Below: Co-sponsors Nellie Thomas, left,
and Lucy Larey discuss briefly with Dr. Carl Nelson coming events of the
Phi Theta Kappa. Right: Dr. William Patterson, of the Board of Trustees,
gave a short talk at the fall PTK initiation. Each year a member of the
board speaks to the members and their families.
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with finding new stories, interviewing people, attendin
meetings and activities, the staff also writes editorials
cutlines and headlines, takes pictures and sells adve
tising. Although the paper comes out just 26 weeks
year it is a non-stop task for all the staff and JoyA
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complete tu rn over in personnel. Rodney Autrey took ove
as editor with five new staff members.
Beth Lakey was the spring editor of the Kaleidoscope
which was dedicated to the 50th anniversary of th
college. She was assisted by the staff of the Campu
News. The Kaleidoscope is a joint project of the jour
naiism, art, and English departments. It features sho
stories, poems, art work and photography.
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Right:Jody Parsons, sponsor
of the TCC Players, Belinda
Matlock, vice president, and
Bill Barlow, president, go
over a few of their lines from
"The Importance of Being
Earnest". Other officers of
the club were Shannon
and Diana Lewis, corre-
sponding secretary. Below:
At one of the club meetings
Jody Parsons explains to
members the theme of the
play "The Happy Journey".
From left to right are James
Micheal, Wallace Hines, Jack
Weaver, Leonardo Evans,
Jody Parsons, Gail
Stevenson, Shawn Walker,
Diana Lewis and Wilbert
The TCC Players is an organization to promote interest
and participation in theatre activities among the student
body and provide quality entertainment for the members
of the student body and the community.
This year as usual has been very busy and exciting for
the TCC Players. They performed "The Proposal" at a
dinner theatre for the Kiwanis Club and "The Importance
of Being Earnest" for the community in the college
ballroom. CJ's Red Barn sponsored the TCC Players in
their performance of "The American Dame." The profit
went to the TCC Players scholarship fund. Workships and
scholarships are awarded to some of the students for
their outstanding contributions in the theatre.
In October, seven students and three instructors at-
tended the South-West Theatre Conference in Odessa,
TX. They met such people as Alvy Moore, Tom Jones, the
composer who wrote "The Fantastic", Morgan
Woodward, a western movie "bad man" and Strother
Martin. Among those attending the Conference were
Jody Parsons, Nancy Keyton, Rolfe Wylie, Drama in-
structors, James Michael, Bill Barlow, Wallace Hines,
Belinda Matlock, Liby Smith, Diana Lewis and Tina Smith.
ln March, the TCC Players hosted the District 14 AA
interscholastic Leauge One Act Play Contest which was
held at the college. They helped support the United Way
Campaign with role playing skits they also performed
their role playing skits in one of Bob BelI's Psychology
The Drama and Music departments together performed
"Show Me Where The Good Times Are" and "Calamity
Jane" in connection with the colleges' 50th anniversary.
"Good Times" was the fall production and "Calamity
Jane" was scheduled forthe 50th anniversary celebration
week in April.
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Delta Psi Omega
Delta Psi Omega, sponsored by Jody Parsons, is an
'lonorary fraternity for drama students. To join the club,
'nembers must have had leads in two productions or been
:he head of the crew for two productions. Each new
'nember has to do an original skit and recite the Greek
alphabet as a part of the initiation.
The initiation took place in the home of Jody Parsons.
The eight new members initiated were Jack Weaver,
James Michael, Bill Barlow, Julie Patterson, Wallace
Hines, Susan Williams, David Arnold and Wilbert McGary.
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The Vocational Nursing Student's Club was or-
ganized May 22, I974, and is open to all Vocational
This yearthe club took an active part in the Swine Flu
lnnoculation, Blood Drives, which took place at the
college, and a Blood Pressure Drive at the Four States
Fair. The club also sponsored a number of Car Washes
forthe Pediatrics Department ofthe William Buchanan
School of Nursing.
The purposes of the non-profit organization are to
aid in the growth and development of the individual
nursing studentg to stimulate interest and participation
in vocational nursing organizationsg to create a closer
inter-class relationship, and to encourage social ac-
tivities and to develop individual qualities of leader-
The sponsors of the club are Mrs. Pauline Barnes
and Mrs. Lou Ella Humphrey.
Above: New officers for the Vocational Nursing Club are Janice
Cleveland, parliamentariang Pauline Jump, president: Diane Angel,
historian: Jackie Clements, vice-president: Terry Caudle, secretaryg
Wanda Adams, parliamentariang Mavis Ferguson, treasurer. Below:
Dr. Carl Nelson and Shirley Finn, left, Health Occupations Division
chairman, are presented a picture of the prize winning float from the
Four States Fair. Presenting the picture is Merb Arnold, chairperson of
the projectcommittee for VocationalNursesCIub,and Diane Angel,who
worked diligently on the float.
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in the 32nd annual Four State's Fair and Rodeo Parade. The float
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signed by student nurse Merb Arnold The group received a
check, which will be used for a worthwhile purpose. Students
rode in the parade are Sarah Chatman, Doris Chance. Pauline
Janice Cleveland, Debbie Smith, Pat Downs, Barbara Henderson,
ades, Diane Angel, Merb Arnold, Anne Overstreet, Ann Spradlin,
anice Nelson, Marquita Privett, Mavis Kilpatrick, and Peggy Latham.
elow: Nursing students took an active part in the nation-wide attempt
tave off a swine flu epidemic. Mrs. Heddy Pearlman, chairperson of
Governor's Volunteer Committee for Swine Flu lnnoculation, out-
upcoming plans for the program to three student vocational
Pictured are Adrienne Shabazz, Mrs. Pearlman, Jackie Clements
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Above: Nurses "try a hand" at some of the fundamentals of sign
language. Showing the nurses is Rolfe Wylie, speech instructor. Paying
close attention to Mr. Wylie are Senior nursing students Nadline Put-
man, Emily Devenny, Charlotte Slater, and Pat Harris. Left: Pam Eades,
a TCC nursing student, takes a Four States Fair goer's blood pressure.
The nurses got needed experience while being of service to the com-
munity. This wasjust one of the many community projects sponsored by
the Nurses Club. g '
The Society of Students of Professional Law
Right: Officers for the Law En-
forcement club are Brandy Martin,
corresponding secretaryg Jeff
Davis, treasurer, Chuck Smith,
publicityg Joe Escarre, president,
Geraldine Scisnor, vice president,
and Connie Golden, secretary. The
sponsors are Jim Pynes and Sam
Above: Taking fingerprints correctly is a very important part of
police work. Joe Escarre and Jeff Davis demonstrate the precise
techniques of fingerprinting to some of the members of the club.
From left to right are Geraldine Scisnor, Chuck Smith, Brandy Mar-
tin, Keith Burns and Brad Haugh. Rlght:The comparison microscope
is a very important tool in solving crimes. Here Brad Haugh shows
Brandy Martin how bullets are compared and matched. The com-
parison microscope is just one of the many pieces of modern
equipment found in the crime lab.
On Tuesday, November 23, 1976 the Student Senate
approved a new club on campus, the Society of
Students of Professional Law Enforcement.
The club although it is new has been very busy. The
Crime Labratory was set up, a shooting team, firearms
class, and a series of self-defense classes were or-
ganized. Some of the members went on field trips to
area departments. They also visited with members of
the FBI in Dallas.
Members of the club were Joe Escarre, Chuck Smith,
Jeff Davis, Brad Haugh, Keith Burns, Connie Golden,
Brandy Martin, Geraldine Scisnor, Betty Ware and
Bettie Forte. The sponsors of the club were Jim Pynes
and Sam Cotton.
Above: committee members of the Agricultural Club listen as Wade
Raulston leads in the planning for the spring barbecue. Dr. Granberry,
sponsor, also takes an active part in the clubs' discussions. Below:
Wade Raulston, president, tells the club members about the up coming
events. There were 32 members in the club this year.
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The Agricultural Club was very active this year. During
both semesters they sponsored a barbecue where goat
and beef were served. All of the members helped organize
the Judging Contest in connection with the Future
Farmers of America.
The club had 32 members. Twenty-five of the members
attended a Christmas party at the home of the sponsor,
Dr. Royce Gran berry. The club also had several parties at
the college farm where they enjoyed roasted weiners,
marshmellows and home-made chili.
Members of the club attended the Texas Junior College
Agricultural Association at A8tM and the Houston Fat
Stock Show and Rodeo.
The Agricultural Club was tied for 1 st in the intramural
Officers for the club were Wade Raulston, presidentg
Walt Windle, vice-presidentg Shirley Shumake,
secretary-treasurerg and Vicki McGraw, reporter.
Sponsors were Dr. Royce Granberry and David Adams.
The MENC is for any student enrolled in a music
education course and carrying at least 12 hours.
A Christmas party was sponsored by the club for new
members at the home of Susan Williams. MENC also
sponsored a dance in March to raise funds to buy
tuxedos for the Stage Band.
ln February, the Texas Music Educators Association
convention was held in San Antonio. Members who
attended were Venessa Goree, Susan Williams,
Thomas Price, Vicki Waller, Karen Gonzales, Sandra
Sherwood, and Dr. Murry Alewine, sponsor.
Members of the club were Susan Williams, who was
also chosen club Sweetheart, Sandra Sherwood,
Carolyn Tefteller, Vicki Waller, Janice Thrash, David
Reese, Venessa Goree, Thomas Price, Stacy Mclntosh,
Cathie Savage, Robert Robinson, Mitch Gray, Karen
Gonzales, Virgil Hayes, Helen Campbell and Steve
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Stacy Mclntosh, presi-
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Some of the members of the Student Activities Committee discuss
plans for "Charlie 81 Co." SAC sponsored eight activities during both
spring and fall semesters. From left to right are Dean Hughes, Lucy
Larey, Mary Bess Bryant, Sharon Drake, Qchairmani, Sue Works and
The Student Activities Committee is an organization
made up of sponsors from five of the clubs on campus,
one member from each organization, one or more
representatives from the Student Senate and a director
appointed by Dean Hughes. The responsibility of the
organization is to sponsor dances, concerts, and
personal appearances by well-known people.
Among the things SAC sponsored were St. James
Concert, 50's Dance, Kresking a film from the As-
sassination information Bureau, WHO KILLED JFK?g
CHARLIE 81 CO.: personal appearances by Frank Hall,
comedian and singer, David Toma, a New York police
TV movie actor, and in April, Wick Temple, Associated
Press Sports Editor.
Members of the SAC were Lucy Larey, Bob Bell, Joel
McGee, Royce Granberry, Sue Works, Dean Hughes,
and Sharon Drake, chairman. Students that were
particularly active were David Borrer, Tom Goodson,
Ricky Crenshaw, Virginia Fomby, Mary Bess Bryant
and Carolyn Creighton.
Above: The TEE CEE officers are David Borrer, president: Ricky
Crenshaw, vice presidentg Tom Goodson, secretaryg Doug Yar-
brough, treasurerg and Robert Davis, reporter. Below: After one of
the meetings Bob Bell, sponsor, points out a few parts of the con-
stitution to be revised. Along with revising the constitution the
members also discussed plans to have joint projects with the Blue
Jackets, TCC's all girl club. Second from the left is Eldon Spencer,
TEE CEE is a senrice organization of college men for
providing service to both the college and community. It
is open to all male students carrying at least nine
Selling pamphlets about TCC's5Oth Anniversary was
the cIub's only money raising project. Some of the
members worked atthe polls when the faculty voted on
whether to stay in Social Security.
Members of the club were David Borrer, Mike Tid-
well, Ricky Crenshaw, Robert Davis, Shelby Smith,
Tom Goodson, Vince Brown, John Moore, Doug
Yarbrough, Henry Jackson and Joey Gunter.
Darlene Ussery was elected club sweetheart for the
Good News On Campus
Committee members of Good News on Campus join in
early morning discussion. From left are Ricky
Crenshaw, David Borrer, Thomas Hall, David Hydale,
the Rev. David Diller, Vince Brown, Steve Johnson, Tom
Goodson and Janet Griffin. The club also enjoyed free
donuts and coffee at the morning devotionals.
Good News on Campus is a non-denominational religious group tha
was organized to study and share the importance of Christ in ou
everyday living. A devotional is held every Wednesday morning led b
the Rev. David Dillerg members occasionally give short talks. The Bibl
group meets twice each month and is open to everyone.
In Janurary, several members, along with Rev. Diller attended the
Texas Campus Christian Movement Retreat at Lake Palestine.
Above: The blood drive was one of the Circle K's biggest
projects netting 43 pints of blood. Many students tooktime out
to donate this priceless gift and some who signed up were
deferred. The Blood Service of Texarkana provided techni-
cians and equipment for the drive. Right: Cliff Hawk,
sophomore at TCC served as president of Circle K.
Helping at The Emerald
Ball is an annual project
of the Circle K. These
eight girls, all members of
Circle K, served as
hostesses. From left to
right are Carla Craig,
Linda Bell, Dianne
Schlonga, Mrs. Carla
Daines isponsor of stu-
dent hostessesj, Judy
Smith, Bonnie Hender-
son, Prissy Steenborg,
Dana McCollom and Doty
Circle K is a service organization which is associated
with Kiwanis International. The club is open to both
male and female students carrying at least 12 hours.
The Circle K was active in several worthwhile pro-
jects during both semesters. They sponsored two
campus blood drives, which got overwhelming results,
helped at Kiwanis Pancake Day and collected money
for Temple Home. The club also worked at the Emerald
Ball, a community fund-raising project for charity, and
ushered and sold programs at the Miss Arkansas
Universe Pageant. In March, members attended the
Texas-Oklahoma District Convention in Waco.
Each year the Circle K awards a scholorship of S200
to an outstanding member.
Officers this year were Cliff Hawk, presidentg Bill
Edwards, vice presidentg and Jan Faunt LeRoy,
secretary-treasurer. Joel McGee is sponsor ofthe club.
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The Spanish and French clubs met jointly for business
meetings as well as social gatherings.
Campus luncheons gave members of the clubs an
opportunity to demonstrate their fluency in the language
they were studying. Playing Scrabble in French or
Spanish was another club activity.
At one of the meetings a film was shown by Albert
Riusech. Each summer Riusech, Spanish Club sponsor,
takes students abroad for four-to-six weeks to give
them an opportunity to learn more about different
countries. The trip gives the students up to six hours col-
lege credit. Albert Riusech was also the featured speak-
er at Fled River Army Depot's observance of National Hist-
panic Heritage week. He pointed out some of the Hist-
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language, art, and religion.
Lois Gardner, French Club sponsor, and Albert Fiiusecl'
attended a workshop at the Henderson State University ir
Arkadelphia, Ark. The purpose of the workshop was t
discuss the problems in promoting foreign language a
well as to introduce new teaching methods and materials.-
Above: Offices and members of the Spanish Club are William Robinson:
Ann Eaves, treasurerg Mary Dye, 2nd vice-president: Judy Needham,
historiang Doty Berjan, 1st vice-president: and Leah Yeager, secretary.
Below: The officers for the French club are Ann Burch, president:
Dianne Schlonga, secretary: Sherry Smith, treasurer: and Marthi
Helmsg historian. The French and Spanish clubs met together for thei
social activities as well as their business meetings.
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Burch, Mark Dymczenski and Prissy Steenborg
enjoy the goodies at the Christmas party at the
home of Prissy Steenborg. Left: Lois Gardner,
French Professor, spends hours in the language
lab helping her students become fluent in the
French language. Below: Albert Fiiusechg right,
and Lois Gardner, third from left, enjoy the
Christmas party and the company of their
students. The group tasted such items as
chocolate fondue, cheese balls and a bucke de
noel lyule' logj.
The Chess Club was very busy this year with tour-
naments, mini tournaments, exhibition games, and trips
to the F.C.l.
The TCC Chess Club played members ofArkansas High
and Texas High chess clubs in a mini tournament which
was formed to help the players get needed experience. A
trip was made to the F.C.l. and according to Laska Beck,
sponsor, the inmates wanted to have regular weekly
challenges. Exhibition games were also held in the
conference room in the library.
Membership was open to anyone who was interested in
learning how to play the very challenging game.
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little practice for the chess tournaments.
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Above: Earl Turner goes through a long ordeal
before finally making his move on the chess
board, but the smile shows that he has made a
wise decision. Earl is a TCC freshman. Left: The
officers for the Chess Club this year are Barry
Abney, president: Mike Terrel, lnot shownj vice
presidentg and Glenda Gardner, secretary-
treasurer. The sponsor is Laska Beck.
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Above: David Borrer, president of the Young Republicans, shows his
support to Ford 81 Dole by wearing a Ford-Dole button. The YR's were an
active group until their defeat in the November election. Rlght: Errol
Hatfield, sponsor of the Young Republicans, was the speaker for Ford in
the Ford-Dole debate. After the debate questions were asked by the
students. A student vote was also taken with Ford the winner 12-7.
Below: Ronald Reagan receives a liberty bell for good luck from Ar-
kansas' Miss Dainty Doll. Reagan compaigned in Texarkana last spring
and the YR's were active in their support of ,Ronald Reagan. On the
platform is Senator Paul Laxalt from Nevada, actor Jimmy Stewart and
The Young Republican club was not avery active group
this year after the defeat in the November election. Before
the election the club utilized telephone banks at Howard
Plaza, set up public polls and some members worked at
The sponsor of the club was Ronald Bright and co-
sponsor was Errol Hatfield.
The politically oriented club supports the policies of the
Republican Party. Election years are always a busy time
for the political clubs until the election is over. The win-
ners celebrate, and the losers start talking about four
years from now.
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Above: Tacking up posters is part of the campus wide campaign
fostered by the Young Democrats. Regina Hettich, club sweetheart,
put up several Carter-Mondale posters hoping to persuade students
to vote Carter-Mondale. Rlght: Regina Hettich and Ricky Crenshaw
man the registration booth set up by the YD's in the foyer of the
Student Center to help encourage students to vote. They had a very
good turn out. Below: Ricky Crenshaw, president of the YD's,
doesn't mind "bending over" for Carter. The bumper stickers were
just a small part of how the Young Democrats showed their support
to Carter and Mondale.
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Young Democrats. The YD's took an active part in the
election. The club utilized telephone banks, publicized
free rides to the polls and operated a sound truck to
remind everyone to vote on election day.
At one ofthe regular meetingsJamesAllison,amember
of the Texas Democratic executive committee, spoke and
presented a check for S100 to the club for their outstand-
ing efforts to encourage voter registration.
The sponsor this year was Lester Meredith. Ricky
Crenshaw was president, Graylon Nickberry, vice
president, and Regina Hettich, secretary. Regina was also
elected club sweetheart.
TCC '77 Staff
The staff of each yearbook always
faces the difficult task of telling the
story of the school year and putting it
into just 208 pages.
Much work and time goes into the
making of a successful yearbook that
the staff and school can be proud of.
There are deadlines to be met, pictures
to be taken and developed, pages to be
drawn up, and copy to be written. All of
this, plus talent and imagination, are
required for a yearbook.
The staff for the TCC '77 includes
Carol Frost, edltorg Diane Bowen,
associate editor, Diane Phillips, class
editorg Darlene Ussery, clubs editor,
Carolyn Creighton, business managerg
and Bill Blue, Randall Brown, Lyndon
Bradley, and Robert Dodd, photo-
Carol Frost, Editor, and Joy Arnold, Adviser
Diane Bowen, Associate Editor
Diane Phllllps, Class Editor
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Darlene Ussery. Clubs Editor
Lyndon Bradley. Photographer
Carolyn Crelghton, Buslness Manager
Randall Brown, Photographer 4
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Thirty-five Vocational Nursing students were
graduated from TCC this spring. Dr. Carl Nelson served as
master of ceremonies,and Dr. Jack McCubbin was the
Mavis Ferguson was given an award in memory of Eva
Landgraf, Fi.N., former nursing instructor at TCC, for her
outstanding accomplishments as a student. Pictured
above, from left, front row: Johnnie Smith, Ginger Sharp,
Lois Banhhear, Helen Furlow, Emma Beed, Linda Lopez,
Pam Eades, Mavis Kilpatrick, and Brenda Matthews.
Second row: Mavis Ferguson, Mary Crittenden, Georgia
West, Merle Arnold, Sue Potts, Janice Nelson, Diane
Angel, Genola Wooten, and Ann Spradlin. Third row:
Margueta Privitt, Patricia Johnson, Helen Cullom, Pat-
ricia Taylor, Barbara Henderson, and Wanda Schlatre.
Fourth row: Minnie Hubbard, Sara Chatman, Ethel Nard,
Angela Washington, Janice Cleveland, Pauline Jump,
Annie Welch, and Clarice Cormier.
Nursing students helped in checking
the "blood pressure of Texarkana"
during the campaign sponsored by the
Heart Association. However, it isn't all
work for the students of nursing. These
three nursing students take advantage
of a warm spring day and visit in front of
the nursing building.
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seasons, this year. For the first
time in quite a number of years,
Texarkana had a five inch
snowfall. The snow caused TCC
students and faculty to get a short
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pages, photographer Randall
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beauty of the buildings on cam-
pus which the snow enhanced.
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students turned out for a concert given
by the Country Critters on Feb. 8.
Although the crowd was small, they
were very attentive and enthusiastic.
The 'critters' are a touring group
from Lackland Air Force Base in San
Antonio. They have played in the Grand
Ole Opry, Opryland, and the Georgia
The specialties of the group include
some of that good 'ole foot stompin'
music, along with jokes to match their
During the concert, the soloists of
the group mingled with the audience
and gave out complimentary albums.
Charlie and Company
The National Theatre Company arrived February
17, 1977 to present "Charlie and Company" with
singing and dancing. The musical show was a tri-
bute to Charlie Chaplin. In the production Charlie
shared his feelings about "The Little Tramp", his
most famous character.
The age of sound finds Chaplin reminising about
his past career. He began in vaudeville with his
mother. On stage Chaplin's encounter with Mack
Senneth, the head of Keystone Studios and his first
meeting with Mabel Normand were reconstructed.
As lovers, Chaplin and Normand's battles nearly
destroy Keystone Studios.
ln "Charlie and Co." the audience was introduced
to Charlie Chaplin, the man behind the scenes and
touched by his story.
A member of the touring company sets upthe "camera" used as a
prop in the production in the Texarkana Community College
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Chaplin silent movies is recalled.
Middle: The traveling actors
makeup from suitcases they have
carried many miles. Left: Chaplin
dresses before an imaginary mirror.
TCC Sees Many Changes
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Many changes have come
about at TCC during this 50th
year. Among those changes
were the construction of a new
nursing building, an ad-
ministration and classroom
building for East Texas State
University at Texarkana, the
widening of Robison Road, and
the cut down of parking spaces
in the front parking lot.
Another change, which
affected all coffee drinkers in
the United States, was a rise in
Above: The newly constructed nursing
building, which was begun in the
spring of 1976, will be ready for oc-
cupancy in the fall of '77. Right: Art
students, Walter Nicholson, Peter
Beckers, Ronnie Love, Debbie Can-
field, and Gary Coffman work on one of
several sculptures, which were added
to the courtyard of the Art Building, for
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on campus was the
destruction of the old
tennis courts, and
making them into a
needed extra parking
lot. Left:The changing
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addition of four sets of
speed bumps, helped
With the change of the
speed limit, the city
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Barlow, Gordon - 68
Barlow, William - 68, 116, 122
Barnes, Carolyn - 33, 114, 138, 144
Barnes, Debbie - 33
Barnes, Pauline - 17
Barnett, Herman - 15, 109
Barrow, Ivory - 34
Barry, Brian - 34
Bartlett, Charles - 68
Bartlett, Tim - 34
Bass, Helen - 9, 34, 95, 130
Bayless, Joann - 68
Bearden, Ruth - 22
Beaty, Cynthia - 34
Beauchamp, Freddy - 68
Beck, Lasca - 17, 179
Beck, Sandy - 34, 116
Beck, Susan - 34, 53
Becker, Scott - 68
Beckers, Peter - 34, 53
Beed, Emma - 68
Beene, Becky - 34
Bell, Bob - 16, 72
Bell, Crystal - 62
Bell, Linda - 68,92
Bender, Jack - 21
Benjamin, Sandra - 34
Bennett, James - 21
Bennett, Oma - 34
Benson, John - 16, 122
Bergt, Barbara - 68
Berjan, Doty - 34, 94, 158, 176
Besch, Fritz - 34
Betts, Willie - 68
Biddle, Marlow - 34
Billingly, David - 34
Brown, Cherry - 62
Brown, David - 18
Brown, Lynn - 68
Brown, Mary - 68
Brown, Ralph - 35
Brown, Randall - 35, 144, 183,
Brown, Robert- 69
Brown, Rodney - 69
Brown, Ronald - 35
Brown, Tony - 69
Brown, Troy - 63
Brown, Vince - 35
Bryant, Davelyn - 35, 59
Bryant, Mark - 35
Bryant, Mary Bess - 69, 92
Bul, Nguyet - 35
Buras, Angus - 35
Burch, Ann - 35, 176, 177
Burns, Erma - 69
Burns, Robert - 35, 170
Burris, Crystal - 35
Burton, Billy - 31,88
Buster, Larry - 35
Butler, Bob - 35
Butler, Lela - 35
Butler, Patricia - 35
Butterfield, Andy - 31,35
Buttram, Mike - 21
Byers, Tommie - 35
Caldwell, Donald - 69
Calhoun, Rodney - 35
Callahan, Cyndi - 35
Campbell, Helen - 35
Campbell, Kenneth - 69
Campbell, Marvin - 35
Campos, Harry - 63, 64
Capps, Cahty - 69
Caraway, Glenda - 69
ll, John - 35
Carlisle, B-ill - 20
Carlton, Joe - 69
Carmickle, Brenda - 69
Carmickle, Judy - 35
Carr, Charlie - 36
Carroll, Judy - 36
Carter, James - 69, 94
Casteel, Larry - 35
Caswell, Vickie - 22
Caudle, Terry - 36, 169
Caver, Ralph - 21
Cerrato, Luanne - 36
Champion, Mickey - 69
Chance, Doris - 69, 168
Chandler, Debra - 69
Chandler, John - 69
Chatman, Sarah - 69, 168
Chesnutt, Brenda - 36
Chairizio, Carol- 32, 36
Chiles, Charles - 69
Clapp, Sandra - 36
Clark, Jimmy - 70
Clark, Susan - 36
Clements, Jack - 36, 169
Clements, Sharon - 36
Clements, Susan - 36, 159
Cleveland, Jancie - 70, 168, 169
Click, Helen - 15, 158
Cline, Martha - 15
Cooke, Robin - 70
Cogell, Susan - 36
Cole, Joe - 70
Cole, Randy - 36
Coleman, Frank - 14, 108
Collins, Larry - 37
Collins, Toni - 37
Cooke, David - 70, 87
Cooper, Ethelene - 37
Cooper, Linda - 37
Cormier, Clarisse - 30, 70
Carnelius, David - 23
Cotham, Peggy - 37
Cotton, Sam - 16, 91
Coulter, Jacklin - 37
Cowley, Martha - 37
Cowling, Melisa - 70, 93, 188
Cox, Barbara - 70
Cox, Ben - 23
Cox, Wanda - 37
Crabtree, Terry - 63
Craig, Carla - 159
Craig, Carlynne - 37
Crank, David - 70
Creighton, Carolyn - 8, 70, 93, 97
Creighton, William - 37
Crenshaw, Ricky - 92, 100, 114, 181
Crittenden, Mary - 70
Cross, Erin - 37
Cross, Michael - 37
Crow, Keith - 70
Crowell, Phillip - 63,64
Cullom, Helen - 70
Culpepper, Nona - 20
Cunningham, Jim - 114
Cunningham, Judy - 37
Cunningham, Sonja - 37
Cupp, Gladys - 29, 39
Cutshall, Rickey - 37
Daniels, Clyde - 70
Danner, Sally - 70
Davenport, Diane - 70
Davidson, Carol - 22
Davis, Andrea - 70
Davis, Betty - 62
Davis, Jeff- 170
Davis, Keith - 37
Davis, Levonne - 16
Davis, Lounell - 23
Davis, Nelson - 21
Davis, Ollie - 70
Davis, Robert- 66, 70, 114, 115
Davis, Roger - 37
Davis, Sheila - 37
Davis, Sherri - 37
Deaton, Ricky - 70
Delbert, David - 71
Delay, Marilyn - 37, 59
Dennis, James - 15
Dennis, Marcia - 17
Devenny, Emily - 169
Dickson, Robert- 71
Dill, Warren - 21, 49
Dillard, James - 16
Diller, David - 16
Dickson, Mary - 37
Dodd, Robert- 71, 183
Doherty, John - 37
Dollar, Sandra - 37
Downs, Pat- 168
Downs, Toby - 37
Drake, Sharon - 20
Draper, David - 37
DuBois, Lynda - 164
Duck, Beverly - 71
Duke, Carolyn - 20
Duke, Gary - 71
Duke, Henry - 16
Duncan, Terry - 37
Dungan, Hub - 16
Dunn, Wilbur - 37
Duree, Debra - 37, 138,
Durifoy, Terri - 37
Duvall, William - 37
Dye, Mary - 37, 176
Dyson, Jim - 37
Eades, Pamella - 71, 168, 169
East, Gary - 71
Eaves, Ann - 37, 176
Edwards, Bill - 71
Edwards, Tony - 71
Eiermann, Debbie - 37
Elkins, Christy - 110
Elkins, Katy - 15
Elkins, Kyle - 61
Elliott, DuWayne - 15
Elliott, Glenda - 37
ebra - 71
Ellis, Esther - 71
Ellis, Pearl- 37
Endsley, David - 37, 116
Engledowl, Brian - 71, 83
Engledowl, Richard - 38, 61
Epperson, Byron - 71
Escarre, Joseph - 38
Evans, Leonard - 38, 91
Evans, Teresa - 71
Evins, Charles - 38
Farr, Sherri - 38
Fauntleroy, Jan - 71, 114
Fergason, Cindy - 38
Ferguson, John - 14
Ferguson, Mavis - 71, 169
Fields, Erie - 23
Finn, Shirley -17,168
Flagg, Robert- 71
Fleming, Bianca - 38
Fletcher, Joyce - 38, 108
Floyd, Wanda - 72
Folmar, Wayne - 18, 42
Fomby, Carl - 38
Ford, Daline - 17
Ford, Jacqueline - 38
Fort, Sharon - 38, 75
Forte, Bettie - 68, 165
Forward, Dyanne - 22
Foster, Jim - 38
Foster, Leta - 38, 48
Fowler, Ruth - 22
Francis, Robert- 38
Frazier, Keith - 72
Freeman, Cynthia - 93
Freeman, Curtis - 38
Freeman, Lydia - 38
Freeman, Sharon - 38
Frost, Carol - 58, 72, 88, 208
Frost, Robert - 38
Linda - 38
Furlow, Helen - 72
Garcia, Leta - 38
Gardner, Barbara - 72
Gardner, Byron - 38
Gardner, Lois - 21
Garner, Glenda - 38, 81
Garrett, James - 116, 127, 130, 38
Garrett, Patricia - 72
Gatewood, Shirley - 72
Gentry, Blanche - 72
Gentry, James - 38
Gentry, Joye - 38
Gerber, Sidney - 38
Gibson, Cheryl - 72
Gibson, Nathan - 38
Gildon, Lee - 38
Giles, Mitchell- 38
Gill, Carolyn - 72
Gillespie, Britt- 38
Glasgow, Timothy - 38
Glass, Lynda - 38
Gleason, Jan - 38
Gleghorn, Mike - 38
Glover, Charles - 38
Glover, Gary - 72
Glover, Gerald - 72
Glover, Glenn - 72
Goad, Tracy - 38
Golden, Connie - 38, 159, 170
Golston, Artis - 38
Gonzales, Helen - 39
Gooden, Earnest - 39
Goodloe, Regina - 39, 188
Goodpaster, Victoria - 72
Goodson, Robert- 39
Goodson, Tom - 72, 92, 101, 121
Gordon, Shermish - 39
Goree, Vanessa - 39, 114
Grady, Kim - 72, 138, 158
Graham, Michael- 39
Granberry, Linda - 39
Granberry, Royce - 21, 171
Grant, Gary - 72
Gray, Suzan - 72
Green, Ethel- 39
Green, Joe - 63, 64
Green, Mary - 22, 72
Green, Patricia - 39
Greene, Rickey - 39
Griffin, Janet - 73, 92, 101, 114
Griffin, Jo - 39
Griffin, Joann - 39
Griffin, Katherine - 39
Griffin, Shirley - 73
Grisham, Patsy - 39
Guess, Letitia - 40
Gulledge, Glen - 40-
Harris, Mark - 42
Harris, Mark A. - 73
Harris, Pat- 169
Hart, Libby - 89
Hart, Mitzi - 73, 96, 139
Harutunian, Mavis - 73
Harwell, Michael- 73
Hatchett, Harold - 73
Hatfield, Errol- 18, 180
Hatfield, David - 44
Hatfield, Jeffry - 73
Hathaway, Lorinda - 73
Hauch, Brad - 40
Hawk, Clifton - 73
Hawkins, Alice - 5
Hawkins, Jimmy - 16
Haydel, Jerry - 73
Hayes, Larry - 40
Haygood, Richard - 19
Hays, Virgil- 73
Heath, Ben - 73
Heath, Kay - 73
Hefner, Jeff - 73
Helms, Martha - 93, 176
Henderson, Barbara - 73, 168
Henderson, Bonnie - 74, 138,
Henderson, Kathi- 40
Hernandez, Stella - 5, 74
Herrin, James - 20
Herrington, Arlene - 40
Hesser, Laurence - 40, 165
Hettich, Regina - 74, 93, 181
Hickman, Kit- 40
Hicks, Kathy - 40
Hicks, Roger - 62
Hicks, Wanda - 40
Higgins, Purlene - 62
Higgs, Karen - 42
Hill, Barbara - 72, 163
Hill, Cynthia - 41
Hill, Joan - 74
Hill, Lou - 74
Hill, Lynn - 74
Hines, Roger - 5, 41
Hines, Wallace - 74,116
Hinton, Adolphus - 18
Hinton, Wausita - 74
Hodgson, Carol- 17
Hodnett, Susan - 74
Hogan, Laurie - 62
Hollis, Robert- 74
Holman, Henry - 41
Holmes, Melodie - 74
Honeycutt, David - 41
Hooks, Susan - 41, 159
Hopkins, Ocie - 41
Horrocks, Sharon - 62
Jacobs, Earl - 24
GS, JOS - 41
Jefferson, John - 23
Jenkins, Joe - 74
Jewell, Ronald - 74
Johnson, Billie - 42
Johnson, Cleo - 74
Johnson, Gaulow - 74
Johnson, Glenda - 41, 107
Johnson, Kathy - 41
Johnson, L. V - 41
Johnson, Mary - 41
Johnson, Roger - 41
Johnson, Steven - 32, 41, 114
Johnston, Steven - 41
Jones, Brenda C. - 74
Jones, Brenda - 75
Jones, Dane - 75
Jones, Deniese - 41
Jones, Kay - 41
Jones, Mary - 75
Jones, Melinda - 75, 131
Jones, Paul - 41
Jones, Randy - 75
Jones, Sandra - 41
Jordan, Kathy - 22
Jordan, Pamela - 41
Jordan, Robbie - 75
Joseph, David - 32, 41, 114, 131
Love, Deborah - 43
Love, Ronnie - 43
Lowe, Delfred - 56
Loyd, Ken - 19
Lucas, Billy -131
Lumbley, Carrolyn - 43
Lumbly, Lorene - 122
Lummus, Jamie - 43
Lumpkin, Edna - 65
Lynch, Martha - 43
Lynch, Oulda - 23
Macqueen, Terry - 76
Maddox, Tom - 5, 95
Maddox, Will- 43
Mahr, Deidre - 43
Maloney, Kathy - 76
Mangum, Melissa - 19
Mankins, Michael- 19
Markcray, Harlan - 76
Marley, Charles - 18
Marley, Lou - 22
Martin, Biddle - 43
Martin, Brandy -170
Martin, Carol - 43
Martin, Cathy - 76
Martin, Janis - 44
Martin, Patty - 44
Mary, Brantley - 44
Mathis, Paula - 76
Gunter, Joe - 40
Haas, David - 40
Hagen, Ronald - 73
Haggard, Mitch - 40
Haile, Denise - 92
Hall, Judy - 62, 108, 15
Hall, Kent- 40
Hall, Lecia - 40
Hall, Levi - 14, 110
Hall, Macoliwe - 40
Hall, Thomas - 93
Hall, Vera - 62,64
Hallum, Debbie - 73
Hamilton, Erwin - 73
Hamilton, Roland - 31, 40
Hammonds, Annette - 40
Hardin, Shirley - 40
Harding, Dickie - 40
Hardnett, Willie - 40
Harmon, Jeff - 73
Harmon, Jo - 40
Harmon, Penny - 40
Harris, Janice - 40
Harris, John - 40
Harris, Luann - 40
Houff, Sherry - 41
House, Danny - 61
Howard, Samuel- 74
Howell, Jena - 17
Howze, Frances - 15
Hubbard, Gwendolyn - 74
Hubbard, Minnie - 41
Hughes, Bill- 71, 14, 47
Hughes, Keith - 41
Hughes, Walt- 74
Humphrey, Lou Ella - 17
Hunt, William - 41
Hurt, Danny - 41
Hutcheson, Cynthia - 74
Huth, Pat - 41
Jackson Barbara - 41
Jackson David - 21
Jackson, Donald - 57
Jackson, Gary - 41
Jackson, John - 41
Jump, Pauline - 75, 168, 169
Kauffman, Norman - 23
Keeton, Jesse - 75
Keller, Charles - 41
Kelley, Ethel- 41
Kelly, Jerry - 56
Kennedy, Danny - 75
Kennedy, Kay - 41
Keyton, Nancy - 21
Kilker, Brenda - 75, 92
Kilpatrick, Mavis - 75, 168
King, Billie - 18
King, Wanola - 41
King, William - 84
Kinney, Janet - 42
Kirby, Linda - 22
Knight, William - 42
Krah, Lori - 75
Lafferty, Mark - 42
Lakey, Elizabeth - 42, 68, 163
Lance, Ronnie - 42, 114
Lane, Kym - 5, 93
Lane, Terry - 42, 148
Larey, Lucy - 16, 39
Lashford, Betsy - 42
Latham, Jimmy - 42
Latham, Peggy - 75, 168
Lavigne, Lelia - 75
Law, Belinda - 75
Lawler, David - 42
Lawrence, Linda - 5, 42
Lawrence, Liza - 75
Ledwell, Lea - 22
Lee, Mary - 75
Lee, Jeri - 42
Lee, Randal - 42
Lee, Richard - 42, 176
Lemley, Toni - 75
Lenard, Hazel - 42
Lester, Henry - 74
Lewis, Diana - 116
Lewis, June - 17
Lewis, Mary - 20, 31
Lipe, Charles - 42
Lipps, James - 42
Livesay, Jimmy - 75, 92
Livingston, Gene - 17
Lockwood, Karen - 76
Mathis, Stephanie - 76
Mathis, Terri - 44
Matlock, Belinda - 38, 44, 116
Matthews, Donna - 44
Matthews, Larry - 76
Matthis, Andree - 44
Mauk, David - 44
Maxey, Cheryl - 76
Maxfield, J, R. - 124
Mayberry, Eddie - 44, 68, 116
McBride, Jamie - 44
MoCaskill, Melody - 44
McCauley, Nathan - 44
McClory, Fred - 45
McCloud, Scott- 77
McCollum, Dana - 45, 144, 159
McCorkle, Terrell - 45
McCoy, Nancy - 45
McCrossen, Sue - 20, 83
McElroy, Linda - 77
McFaul, Georgia - 15
McFerran, Carmon - 19
McFerran, Paul - 19
McGary, Wilbert - 77
McGatha, Jackie - 77
McGee, Joel - 21,48
McGrane, Mary - 45
McGraw, Marilyn - 45
McGraw, Paul - 45
McGraw, Vicki - 45, 76
Mclntire, Debbie - 22
Mclntyre, Dawn - 45
McKamie, Renee - 64
McKeever, Bruce - 77
McKinney, Rosie - 45
McWhorter, Foster - 77
McWilliams, Barbara - 77
Mears, Connie - 77
Megason, Linda - 93
Megginson, Ronnie - 45
Melton, Charles - 77
Mercer, Rosalind - 45
Merchent, Patricia - 46
Meredith, Lester - 16
Michael, James - 78, 88, 99, 116
Michael, Jeff - 9, 116
Mickel, Donald- 78
Middlebrooks, Steve - 14
Jackson, Mary - 74
Jackson, Nancy - 41
Jackson, Sharon - 41, 66
Jackson, Sharon - 74, 92, 114, 115
Jacobs, Dell - 5, 18, 24
Lockwood, Rick - 76
Long, Mary - 22
Long, Mary M. - 21
Long, Robert- 76, 92
William - 76, 92
Miers, Jeff - 4, 46
Miller, Jana - 78
Miller, Marti - 22
Miller, Paul- 46
Mills, Robert- 18
Smith, Mary - 83
Minter, Danny - 46
Mitchell, C. A. - 24
Mixon, Fred - 46
Monroe, Janice - 78
Monroe, Rebecca - 78, 114
Montgomery, Greg - 46
Monzingo, Walt - 46
Snow, Calista - 83
Morgan, James - 46
Robinson, Annette - 53
Theresa - 49
Pafford, Sandy - 49
Palmer, Debbie - 49
Pappas, Alice - 50, 77
Pappas, Jon - 79
Pappas Sheila - 50
Parker, Donna - 65
Moore, Carol - 78
Moore, Cynthia - 78
Moore, Earthea - 46
Moore, John, - 64
Moore, Michale - 46
Moore, Patricia - 18
Moore, Peggy - 46
Moore, Ricky - 78, 93, 97, 120
Ronald - 78
Morgan, James H. - 78
Nelson, Carl- 121, 124, 158,
Morgan, Linda - 46
Morgan, Patricia - 17
Morris, Martha - 78
Morrow, Becky - 46
Mortensen, Pamela - 78
Morton, Robert - 46
Mosely, Delisa - 46
Moss, Gwendolyn - 78
Mote, Mary - 17
Mudford, Steven - 46
Mueller, David - 14
Mugno, Gloria - 17, 107
Mullins, Charles - 78
Mullins, Penny - 46
Munn, Keith - 65
Murdock, B. J, - 14, 24
Murdock, Charlotte - 20, 24
Murray, Karen - 78
Murray, Robert - 46
Murry, Michael- 46
Myers, Diane - 48
Myers, Kay - 48
Nard, Ethel - 78
Narens, Joe - 48
Mash, Travistene - 78
Neal, Beth - 48
Needham, Judy - 176
Needham, Lewis - 48
Nelson, Clay - 116
Nelson, Darrell - 48
Nelson, Janice - 48, 168
Nelson, Norma - 16
Nelson, Willie - 48
Newton, David - 92
Newton, Karen - 78
Newton, Kenneth - 78
Nguyen, Nguyet - 65, 108
Niave, Arturo - 48
Nicholas, Deborah - 48
Nichols, Martha - 48
Nichols, Norman - 14
Nicholson, Walter - 48
Nickleberry, Gralon - 78
Nielsen, Debra - 49
Nix, Steve - 78
Nixon, Gail - 49
Nixon, Gregory - 79
Noble, Willie - 49
Nolan, Darinda - 79
Norris, Mark - 49
Northam, Ruben - 18
Norton, Damona - 79
Norton, Martha - 49, 121
Nonivood, Karon - 49, 52, 8
Nowlin, Delmer - 79
Oden, David - 79
Oglesby, Vivian - 79
Olsen, Chris - 49
Oshia, Robin - 64
Otwell, Susan - 79
Overstreet, Anna - 49, 168
Owens, Bettye - 49
Owens, Debbie - 79
Parker, Janice - 50
Parker, Judy - 50
Parker, Nelda - 50
Parks, Debra - 50
Parmley, Kenneth - 19
Parsons, Estelle - 23
Parsons, Jim - 94
Parson, James - 21
Parsons, Jody - 21, 116, 122
Partain, Gina - 50, 59
Pate, Randy - 50
Patterson, Alethia - 47, 79, 12
Patterson, Elanda - 50
Patterson, William - 127
Paul, David - 50
Paul, Charles - 79
Pavey, Helen - 22
Pavey, Kip - 50
Paxton, Lurenzo - 79
Payne, Annette - 50
Peacock, Kathryn - 79
Peacock, Virgil - 50
Pearlman, Mrs. Heddy - 169
Pegues, Dearll - 50
Peterson, Samuel - 79
Phillips, Carrie - 50
Diane - 50, 68, 182
Phillips Gregory - 79
Phillips, Julie - 51
Phillips, Marty - 51
Pickett, Mary - 79
Pierce, John - 51
Pierson, Virginia - 51
Pippen, Sandie - 51
Pippins, Annie - 51
Plum, Cheryl- 79
Poindexter, Cheryl - 51
Ponder, Andrea - 65
Porter, Melba - 79
Postlethwaite, Pam - 66, 80, 9
Potts, Cynthia - 51
Potts, Linda - 80
Poulson, Amy - 51
Powell, John - 51
Powell, Larry - 51
Prater, Frank - 80
Pree, Rena - 65
Price, Willie - 51
Privitt, Marqueita - 80, 168
Purifoy, Terri - 52
Purifoy, William - 19
Putman, Nadine - 93, 99, 169
Pyle, Willard - 21
Pynes, Jim - 16
Rader, Linda - 52
Ragland, Angela - 80
Ragland, Janice - 52
Rainbolt, Judalon - 52
Rainbolt, Robert- 80
Raney, Mike - 52
Ranger, Gregory - 52
Raple, Kathleen - 17
Raschke, Scott - 52
Ratcliff, Martin - 52
Rathburn, Mary - 62
Raulerson, Kathryn - 52
Raulston, Larry - 80, 171
Ray, Hellen - 52
Ray, Karen - 52
Ray, Rhonda - 80
Rayborn, Rhenee - 52
Reavis, Cindy - 52
Reed, Noel- 68, 80, 163
Reed, Sandy - 22
Reese, Anita - 52
Reese, Marc - 52, 131
Reeves, Jack - 52
Reeves, Luckett - 64
Reily, Cynthia - 53
Revels, Betty - 22, 24
Rhea. Kelly - 53
Rhoades, Mattie - 53
Rhoades, Rusty - 80
Rickardson, Rhonda - 53
Riley, Joel - 53
Smith, Helen - 55
Smith. Jan - 55
Johnnie - 83
Smith: Judy - 55, 159
smith, Libby -116
Louise - 20
Smith, Paula - 55,159
Smith, Sammy - 55
Smith, Shelby - 83,91
Rinfrow, Kim - 80
Riusech, Albert- 20, 177
Roberts, Pam - 80, 139
Roberts, Randy - 53
Roberts, Wayne - 81
Smith, Shelia - 55
Smith, Sherry - 83, 176
Smith, Tina - 83,116
Smith, Tracy - 55
Smith Zephyr - 83
Roberts, Zadie - 81
Robertson, Kenneth - 81
Robinson, Dennis - 53
Robinson, Janice - 81
Robinson, Ronnie - 53
Robinson, William - 31, 176
Snyder, Tom - 55
Son, Cynthia - 55
Sorsby, Pat- 20, 61
Sowell, Verna - 83
Sparks, Mary - 83
Spears, Jim - 60
Rochelle, Debra - 81
Rochelle, Paula - 73
Rodgers, Lynne - 81, 144
Rodgers, Sharon - 81
Rogers, Brad - 81
Rogers, Debra - 53
Rolark, Patricia - 54
Rose, Edward - 56
Rose, Michael- 54
Roseberry, Richard - 54
Ross, Jerilyn - 54
Angela - 65
J. E. - 16, 73
Elizabeth - 83, 168
Rebecca - 56
Starkey, Linda - 56
Dennis - 83
Edward - 83
g, Prissy - 56, 159,
Steger, Gladys - 23
Ross, Larry - 81
Russell, Margaret- 54
Rutherford, Monica - 54
Mike - 54
Saegert, Anne - 81
Sallis, Kathryn - 54
Salsman, Wanda - 81
Sanders, Janet- 54
Sandlin, Lesley - 23
Sandoval, Kenneth - 54
Sanson, Nettie - 81
Sartin, Sam - 82
Sasser, Charles - 54
Savage, Robert - 82
Stephens, Dell - 22
Stephenson, Glenda - 65
Steward, Margie - 56
Stewart, Ann - 83
Stewart, Marilyn - 56
Stewart, Sheila - 56
Stewart, Wallace - 83
Stiger, Jimmy - 56
Stokes, Thomas - 56
Strain, Barbara - 56
Stringer, Nancy - 56
Stroud, Elmer - 83
Stuard, Eddie - 83
Stuart, Sue - 48,56
Schlonga, Diane - 54, 114, 159, 176
Stubbs, Kim - 56
Scisnor, Geraldine - 170
Schmidt, Roger - 54
Schrader, Bill- 18,42
Scott, Imogene - 16
Secrest, Gwen - 54
Shabazz, Adrienne - 54, 169
Sharbino, Lou - 54
Sharp, Ginger - 82
Sharp, Susan - 82
Sharpe, Michael- 54
Shavers, Mercedes - 23
Shaw, Carol - 82
Stuehrenberg, Elaine - 56
Surratt, James - 56
Sutton, Ross - 85
Sweeden, Robin - 56
Taheri, Hadi - 57
Tallant, Brenad - 57
Tanton, Steve - 84
Taylor, Debbie - 83
Taylor, Mary - 57
Taylor, Nancy - 57
Taylor, Patricia - 84
Taylor, Teresa - 57
Teague, Cay - 92
Shaw, lzora - 54
Shelby, Mike - 45
Teague, Kay - 92, 98
Shelby, Norman - 19
Sherwood, Saundra - 82, 90, 92, 139
Shipp, William - 54
Shockley, Daniel- 54
Short, Carol- 82, 92, 131
Shumake, Shirley - 113, 82
Shumake, Tommy - 55
Sidock, Charles - 4, 82
Sikes, James - 65
Simmons, Sandy - 20, 129
Simmons, Tommy - 109
Terry, Gloria - 57
Frank - 84
Thomas, Jeannine - 17
Thomas, John - 58
Thomas, Nellie - 20
Thomas, Paul- 84
Thomas, Teresa - 64
Simon, Phyllis - 82
Slaten, Charlotte - 169
Sloan, Klaudia - 55
Sloan, Terrance - 55
Sloan, Terry - 55
Smith, Charles - 55, 116, 170
Smith, Debora - 82, 168
Smith, Diana - 55
Smith, Gilbert- 16
Thompson, Clyde - 23
Thornton, Alice - 58
Thurman, Corlis - 58
Thurston, Christine - 58
Tidwell, David - 58
Tidwell, Timothy - 84, 120
Tinwell, Phyllis - 84
Tonkinson, Lee - 58
Trout, Melva - 58
Tuggle, Billy - 58
Turner, Earl - 58, 179
Turner, James - 84
Turner, John - 58
Turner, John A. -
Turner, Martha -
Turner, Pamela - 84
Turner, Virginia - 84
Tyson, Patricia - 58
Uchman, Katherine - 84
Upchurch, Virgil- 58
Ussery, Darlene - 58, 67,
Varner, Joe - 21
Vaughn, Barbara - 58
Vetrano, Sandy - 5, 84
Vongonten, Cindy - 84
Waddell, Erma - 58
Wages, Mike - 23
Wagoner, June - 59
Wairaven, John - 59
Waldrop, Jacqlyn - 84
Walker, Debra - 59
Walker, John - 59
Walker, Lisa - 59
Walker, Richard - 59
Walker, Shawn - 84, 116
Wallace, Jan - 85
Waller, Wilma - 108
Ward, Robert- 19
Wardell, Steven - 59
Waren, Sharon - 23,85
Warrel, Marie - 59
Warren, Irish - 59
Warren, Karen - 85
Warren, Laflius - 59
Watson, Frances - 18
Watson, Hazel - 59
Watson, Kathryn - 60
Watson, Shannon - 60, 116
Watson, Sherry - 60
Webb, Lajuana - 85
Webster, Patsy - 85
Weekley, Hattie - 60
Welch, Annie - 85
Wellborn, Raymond - 60
Wells, Cynthia - 60
West, Georgie - 85
West, Kathy - 60
Westbrook, Louise - 60
Westbrook, Shelia - 85
Wheat, Betty - 60
Whisenhunt, Eva - 60
Whitaker, Greaker - 60
White, Jame - 60
White, Valencia - 60
White, Vonda - 60
Wilbanks, William - 85
Williams Ann - 60
Williams Babb - 49, 60
Williams, Carol - 60
Williams, Elizabeth - 60
Williams Gary - 85
Williams James - 61
Williams, Jayne - 20
Williams, Jeff- 85
Williams, Lucretia - 61
Williams, Perry - 61
Williams Robert- 16
Williams, Susan - 85, 122
Williams, Terri - 86
Williams, Timothy - 85
Williams, Walter - 86
Williams, Wayne - 16
Williamson, David - 86
Williamson, Deetta - 61, 169
Williamson, Tracy - 86
Witterstaetter, Calvin - 61
Womack, Bryan - 61
Womack, Carolyn - 61
Wommack, Keith - 87
Wood, Henry - 16
Wood, Vikki - 86
Woods, Harry - 122
Woods, Kim - 22
Wooten, Genola - 87
Works, Dale - 14, 125
Works, Sue - 16, 24, 159
Worlds, Sherelle - 61
Wray, Betty - 61
Wright, Jerry - 21
Wright, Ricky - 61
Wright, Timothy - 61
Wrinkle, Alan - 87
Wvertz, Joey - 87
Wyatt, Joyce - 61
Wyatt, Rolanda - 87
Wylie, Rolfe - 20, 122, 125, 169
Wynne, Cindy - 61
Wyse, Jacquetta - 61
White, Kathy - 60
White, Mira - 60
White, Nellie - 15
White, Richmond - 19
White, Sue - 159
White, Terry - 85
Willis, Debra - 61
Willis, Maleia - 61
Wilmoth, Bobby - 61
Wilson, Joyce - 18
Wisdom, Karen - 61
Wise, Dianna - 86
Yarbough, Janette - 61
Yarbrough, Annette - 61
Yates, Joe - 61, 120, 163
Yeager, Leah - 61, 159, 176
Yraylor, Mary - 61
Zimmerman, David - 61
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