Texarkana College - TC Yearbook (Texarkana, TX)

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Graduation was a time of mixed emotions Graduation was greeted with varied emotions, ranging from the serious to the exhaltant, for the 68 students who received their diplomas from Dr. Carl M. Nelson, President of Texarkana Community College, in graduation exercises on May 21, 1979 in the TCC Auditorium. The greetings of graduates and guests was given by Dr. Nelson and was followed by an address from the guest speaker, Dr. Walter C. Barnes, President ofthe Texarkana Community College Board of Regents. Dr. Barnes stated that the graduates had a committment to their careers to be productive workers, to their communities to support and improve them and to their own religion. The two high honor graduates were Mary jean Overing CBusinessJ and Cynthia Rhnea Richert tArtsJ. Degrees were conferred in the following subject areas: Nursing, Arts, Business, Science, Mid-Management, Fire Technology, Secretarial Science, Police Technology, Auto Mechanic CCert.J, Data Processing, and Printing. A reception in honor of the graduates was held im- mediately following graduation in the foyer of the TCC Auditorium. ! S ,. f'-an ' ' A, 5' .ens- J ' 1, ., 4 I ' Q 1 , x l Y ' 4 1 V I+ l I I Q. w N 0 Q - Q .jf I 9 ' H . ' A- jrl ,'Q."q'v-lt. 1 - 1 H 4- 4 .- ' I 5 Img I 4 I A L .sw , ' ' 5 12 Q ff Q 9? 'f I gg' ll V li, X q xll? r ,Q A V, ' E A xx A, A ' D f 1 Mx X al , 9 V W V ' 1 rl , . Nth, X ...vip-H 'Y' if W " en' I Q . ,QL + , W J r"' XR 4 if l .V ,, 4 ,. ,, 5 '33 Q x R?" .fp 3. fynlf X , l , '- - A 1' HN' S- " K kk., V, 4 1, X -1' ,n A 5 1. -n 1 '. ':, Ng. -42, mir 'Q '- f L, -M., . Wg NX Y r.,', 4 xy XXX 1 'iii L v x, . Q, X J E NB 55,3 ,, , y x . N x .X X. Q!! Y ,Y xx., E T '1 u iq-3 .,.i.? n 1, 'X It L 1 , W I 1 19 21' In K I i lx, V TOP LEFT PHOTO: Sophomores have the ball while freshmen aif20 fin white jerseyj attempts to stop play. TOP RIGHT PHOTO: A sophomore enjoying the game during playday activities. BOTTOM RIGHT PHOTO: Sophomores move in on freshmen as all team members wait on final play. BOTTOM LEFT PHOTO: Nursing students make time to attend playday. Plenty of food was available. .4... -4 Freshmen Sophomores TOP RIGHT PHOTO Sophomore Randy Rogers takes great effort In catching the ball BOTTOM LEFT PHOTO A freshmen shows how tough he can look BOTTOM RIGHT PHOTO A freshmen has the ball but sophomores won the contest 28 6 No more B lldog Bo I at TCC The 1979 Bulldog Bowl was spon sored by the Athletic Association as a part of the tencathalon Besides a Swrtch rn sponsors the game also changed In oppo nents Instead of two teams composed of only men In the rlval of Texas vs Arkansas rt was sophomores against the freshmen Sophomores won the game by a score of 28 6 The game was played Thursday Oct 4 at 12 30 on the grounds between the ETSU and the CEC buildings Coaches for the teams were Herman Barnett for the fresh men and llm Parsons for the sophomores The sophomores were decked out In blue jerseys whrle the freshmen wore white ones Girls were allowed to play with the boys this year for the fvrst time due to the lack of Interest rn a gurls game The gurls who dld play were sophomore Dee Dee Davls and freshmen Kim Wllbanks Tyna Wolfe and Rene Smrth Free sandwiches and soft drunks were provided by the TCC board of regents for on lookers as well as participants ll ll " - l Ll W - "Our Town" cast members named Thorton Wilder's OURTOWN was presented by the TC Players March 14-1 6 in the Stilwell Humanities Center theatre. The story is based on the Gibbs and Webb families dealing with life and death. The cast includes stage manager, Barry Crain, Pat Shores, Dr. Gibbs, Randy Parsons, joe Crowell, Rolfe Wylie, Howie Newsome, Teresa Donavan, Mrs. Gibbs, Beth Beasley, Mrs. Webb, Kirk Lohse, George Gibbs, lanette Hawkins, Rebecca Gibbs, Michael Birklebach, Wally Webb, loel McGee, Professor Willard, Mr. Webb, Brian Goesl, Simon Stimson, Alan Gauldin, Mrs. Soames, Robin Overstreet, Constable Warren, Loren Hinton, lr., Si Crowell, Mark Birklebach, Sam Craig, Tony De Mars, Lady in the box, Vickey De Mars, joe Stoddard, Richard Cobb, and Farmer McCarthy, Terry Turner. Other members are Holly Tanton, woman in the balcony, and jim Parsons as man in the auditorium. The play was under the direction of lody Parsons. Town". Top left photo: Vickey De Mars tstandingl and Kathie Carleton are preparing for "Our Town" rehearsal. Bottom left photo: A stu dent makes last touches of make-up in the new dressing room in the Stilwell Building Bottom right photo: Brian Goesl tMr Webbj appears aged for his part in "Our Rosey Grier lectured on unity in 80's On Monday Feb. 11th Rosey Grier, actor, former football player, and aid to Senator Bobby Kennedy, lectured to ap- proximately 700 students on "Unity in the 80's." Crier announced his support of boycotting the 1980 Moscow Olympics. He said "Many people say the boycott is wrong because politics should not be a part of the Olympics, but the truth is that politics are very much a part of the games. Another statement of support from Grier was that he is backing President Carter in the 1980 Presidential election. He commented that it was a difficult decision since the Kennedy family was close friends to him while he served as an aid to the late Sen. Bobby Kennedy during his 1968 presidential cam- paign. He said, "I love Teddy Kennedy, but I have a conviction that I must stand behind the President fCarterJ during these difficult times. We need unity in the countlyf' After his lecture, Rosey Grier made time to listen to ques- tions asked by students. One girl, from Arkansas High School in Texarkana asked if she could give him a knitted cap, compli- ments of their school, and he said "of course," and wore it during further intewiews. sl" ' 1 .xx A X - yi, xii.-1-:' ' . 1 'x 'Mfg' Q N - fri "v, ,RL 1 ? ,, . ,rf-my 1 yn' 5 , 4 fl K. 3 :Q ru 41,75 P 1 k H: .. vu.. W ,'., ,, - - , y an g I I ,Y ,,,L,,::,,,' I .W in '.L iifffggyb-'L'4ifK-.'l' , 5 W ,f M A ',f-52141 J y. Yin. ,Q ., 1 iii" f -w.g.3q-Eta" I , , E1 ff ,A E. .... ' bu I. N r. nun, um N. 4.111 n--nu.. vllwlu. lb'-f in. ,get .1 1 'H 'N-. f"X"N'f'- ' .-1 A " . V, .V v , ,rg 7 .5 .Q 'x N f .sl Y -S Q. N! 1:-5 3 Q W3 5 I I 1 -I 5' A 4 L55 , M. -5. F ,. 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Steve Allen, vice-president, Tony DeMars, president, David Berry, treasurer. dt at -to 039 60 COQJ Senate Relates to Students and Faculty The governing body of Texarkana College is the Student Senate. Its func- tion entails acting as a mediator of the students and administration and cater- ing to the student interest by means of arranging various programs and ac- tivities. A few of these projects included the "Guess Who" concert, jeane Dixon, Rosie Greer, and a rape prevention pro- gram. All Senate members are required to carry at least a 2.0 average and be a full-time student at TCC. Three sopho- mores and five freshmen positions are filled by elections held in the fall. The positions of president, vice-president, treasurer and two sophomores are elec- ted in the springfor setting upthe follow- ing fall activities. In the event that not enough people run, the president may nominate appropriate candidates and the Senate elects the nominee. V, H' r --44-age-f r rw r N 'F ' 'xr ww rr rv PTK Members include: 1First row! Marilyn Feduccia Ileftl and Kathryn Stuckeyg lSecond fowl fleftl Viokey DeMars, sponsor Lucey Larey, and Gina Nolteg lThird rowl fleftl Teri Sehested, Tony DeMars, Karen Crank, and David Berry, uc... s::M'imh1""' RTK Qfficersfor1979-8Qwere: tLeft to rightl Vickey DeMars, secretary, Karen Crank, treasurer, Tony DeMars, first vice-president, David Berry, president, and Marilyn Feducia, second vice-president, not pictured are Kevin Dunagan, reporter, and Steve Allen, historian. ,QQ fb NG Q gb PTK Chapter promotes fellowship in '79 Phi Theta Kappa, sponsored by Lucy Larey and Linda Miller, is designed for the promotion of scholarship, develop- ment of service, and the cultivation of fellowship among students in juniorcol- leges in the United States. The club is open to all students, yet the chapter requires a 3.6 grade point average for first semester freshmen and a cumulative grade point average of 3.4 for sophomores. The chapter had local society meet- ings throughout the 79-80 school year. The first program sponsored by PTK was a meeting held with Texas state rep- resentative Hamp Atkinson with all stu- dents invited. Other programs were re- volved around a wide range of topics. One subject involved the thought: Man alive - Can he survive? The club met on the second and fourth Thursday nights at 7:30 p.m. and the second and fourth Fridays at 1 p.m. Also, two major initiations are held each year. J- ' Q 4' ' ' F'-'J l sf!-ff" G3!1' f4l'i ,- Q 33 '54 nv ,fn - 1 I Ee, 5 Y ,El 11. . 'ea Association active th roughout year The Athletic Association is a program designed to put the fun back into athletics XC! Q without all the commercialism of present day sports events. Up until 1964, TCC had an dx-' . Q intercollegiate football team. The only intercollegiate sports that remained on TCC Q 'Q until the spring of 1979 were tennis and golf. X, 'fb' The AA was founded to re-establish a strong, participating athletic program for YT CJ men as well as women. Playdays, football games between freshmen and sophomores, COG a presentation by Rosie Greer and a tencathelon were sponsored by the AA this year. YE! Over 100 people joined the AA and it is the largest organization in TCC's 52 year history. The officers were tLeft to rightl Nina Littlton, secretarylreporterg Lynn Campbell, president, Bobby Lynden, treasurerg Rene Smith, vice-president, and Kim Wilbanks, secretarylreporter. L' V 'V'-Fi ig n,, -A H1-J U. . A-agfgfl if 4 ,fi r , Hunk! ,wmv , ' '-'-"lag- ,,M. . 1' 'f,, '- A:." 1v'..3-gfgu ' ' '--3'J1-x'fL -- ?5'la'f+: HAM. 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' ' - - 9 A .f iii.. -': .f' !mE'1'i ,Q J .-ga Elgin' 2. wx, +. Alu, , X " -' f""' UQQ1' '. ' L' I- .I , 7 N , .. Q W' ' Y , . , . . -L we 11- 22. fi Pg, ' 54' "1 'T' 3-ffk-4 'f mx. 1-- 'T N' 'T .ir A Ez vt. TC Players active in theatrical productions During 1 979-80 the TC players was an active organization which promoted the participation of students CJ C9 working together in theatrical productions. K The main function of the club is to enhance the cultural qualities of acting for the community as well as Q! for the student body. It welcomes any student interested in theatre. No prior experience is necessary, and for dedicated drama students financial aid is available. Members of the club worked with three plays and two musicals, performed plays for community schools, appeared in the Four States Parade, and attended conventions and play festivals. The 1980 TC Player officers were president, Robin Overstreetp vice-president, Kirk Lohse, and secretary, Billy Deaver. The sponsor is jody Parsons. If J f ' f ., , . I f , . J 'l 4 f l .1 r i f fl I., ml al . lf. ', ff'fP'.' it 'L H' TC Player officers for 1979-80 from left to right are: Billy Deaver, secretary, Robin Overstreet, president, and Kirk Kohse, vice-president. 43 4.1 1 "SLA T" r' -5. N 'Wil ' Li, - Nl' 35 1- ,- K 3"1-.Q. - ff ,Fifi - ga- , A-U 1 1 Y 1-gm' ' Jil ' "7 lf". " "' - 2 , ,Q-2 f :g:g.5qf-r'f.. Na, . ' , Filmmrig 4 I ' f " 1' 7 ' f 4 ,1 L, n'f'?1x . ,'.,-.Ffwx -2.43 lj , k 1 Q ,- 1 -A, Qui ' . f' 1.1 If uf T 'Mui " L . ' -v J' " , . wif "1 ' 0 'L ' . 'M Q, , ' , Tff""f . , F-4 1' ' QU-f :f , S , j?53,E5E'l1g, 'Q , , , 1, "ui A , '59, Aly, L, ri '. , ' W V, fe: R..-. K Q Ay, A . . ' .N Ex .4 - -.1-,L L-.1-X I-Q my Uv H' 3 :sw V- 1: ,, lj " , ' 3 , -- .AU Y. ,ilii M? , Q K in ...,..ffj' ,KL , , X E- XXAY-11! -L. :qi , . A, :wp -AQ , .A .I L55 -4,4 ,Q q ., .,: 'f -WW M Q . ' ,4 ,-"ATI 1- , f: , 3 55" auf' "' A 4 iyg '- TJ!! . . , . H r X J' ' 1 f' L' '- T - Q. 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M1 . ,- .U I it V JU - , ' --7 15:31.16 'hi' .' 31' igggfimfk All Q. ., 5- f -I 'Lf 1 F, fm ,N ax Spanish Effective in Communication Los Conquistadores, the TCC Spanish Club, has as its main purpose to improve speaking and communication ofthe Spanish language, to familiarize students with the art, literature and the culture of Spanish-speaking countries. The requirements for membership in the club are to be enrolled in a Spanish course at TCC and to have a grade in the course that reflected student interest in the Qrb' Q Spanish culture. CID X Functions of the club this past year were dinner meetings occasionally at a local Spanish restaurant, a trip to Mexico, and a summer tour of Spain. The main goal of the club was to increase the understanding of Spanish countries and their cultures. Sponsor of Los Conquistadores and Professor of Modern Languages is Albert Riusech. ' Spanish Club officers for 1979 were from left to right: Gina Nolte, secretary and reporter, Joyce Biddle, historian, La Fonda Whitworth, vice-president, Rochale Goodson, presidentg and William Adams, treasurer. 45 A 1 an mi ' fig U ,-K 'fg-1.3 , Q VJ' 'J' . , ,MV -. 1 -6 -V." 1' 1 n f i ,afllvd 'N Q 15" AY v , -fl .,, 'Fl'-VV 'ww r Timm 3' T4 1 :f " 33 ,.V- V 'vi' In Q , . :-cu ,"7'-my .zf'l HQ 2' :-I .LI :His . , , 1,:,,L 1, . fffif, L ' -4, 4- ,. I V. if.. tty J" ' 7 4 V- ? 3 - 5. 352 2 -vw " , I' 5:2 , ' I 'L " 1: .-:..""" ,Mp .5 N lx 4 i- .S .An - w t, ., J gd., . , V4 f "1 ff. bye , A .Q ,V 2 , 61. , ' wh V , A j - ,J 1, ., : .-1 g' , ' f V X 4 ":,j ., V D. .- IR . an 1 I yx VV 5 V41' ' I':V ' 2 I ' w .1 Y- . Qi ,., 1 ' V .KV 4 L., ,- ' 'V ' K I K R- A' g-5 if , 5, 1' . ' 5 , .x VV- . . H, ge' mf, 1 v ' . 1, gg, V .. . A- V . ,hh , ,X A - mf . , V V Wim- AV ' VV z -,V -4 ' . - 1 ,, . 4,-Uv' 'T' . V A. mv Jimi ,wV 1. ,1 V . 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The 1980 French club officers this year were President joe Thomas, vice-president, Mike Tenbrook, secretary, Gina Du- pree, historian, jo Ann Henry, treasurer, La Fonda Whitworth, and Steve Rushing, reporter. The sponsor of the Club Francais is Albert Ruisech. The 1979-80 Club Francais officers are from left to right: jo Ann Henry, historian, Gina Dupree, secretary, Steve Rushing, reporter, Mike Tenbrook, vice-president joe Thomas, president, and La Fonda -Whitworth, treasurer. 1 w:1am .-.f. . .5 ,v F2-. 1 J' M .QV gv - I .si U ,f 4' 3 fl ""g"' I -.A ful! .Ai- ,wr nslllli, ,Z -1 'FL' ,, 3:53 -ui l' 'I' -52 l V v:7,,v. I J - .,. ' 1 V. TF WJ' 1,1-ia... Vx, '- ' - .xx X :Supp ,J . - ' f " 44 ' i F r - V I if N. If l li ll V F' V mal 1 1, lla S d S' mons re ares musicsheetsbeforeperformance Top left photo: Music students performing during Playday activities. Top right photo: Music instructor an y im p p at the Freshmen Follies. Bottom left photo: Bruce Ferguson, drummer, gets down into a solo during Freshmen Follies. Bottom right photo: A student practicing his trumpet before entertainment time at TCC. Music club active again at TCC GJ MENC tMusic Educators National Conferencel was an active organization in Q XO 1979 and 1980. Being a part of the Music Club required members to carry at least 12 0 hours or more including music education courses. X The main function of the club is to assist in musical acts at TCC, but primarily to foster music enjoyment. Officers of the 1980 MENC Club were: president, Cheryl Keithg vice-president, Gary Nichols, and secretary, Debra Deffenbocker. The sponsor of this organizational club is Muray Alewine. Music Club.members.Left to right are: 1st row -Willie Conner, Redona Williams, Cheryl Keith, Sharon McDowell, Randy Sutton, and Richard Cobb. 2nd row - Keith Huggins, Margie Rodgers, Bruce Ferguson, Eli Alewrne, Britt jones, and Don Miller. 3rd row - Herman Scott, Louise Murrah, and Gloria LeFan. d ll d G H 'ntschel. Kneeling,are Hal Hillis, Pam Taylor 1980 Agriculture club members were: ll-rj Billy Giles, Barry Hughes, Greg Hawkins, Stan Var e , an arry ei Anita Boyce, and jimmy laggers. Q00 Ko yi QNCJ X50 Y' Agriculture Club promoted interests The Agriculture club was active this year in the promotion of agriculture student's interests. Students of the club were active in recruiting students from area schools. They tried to inform high school students about the TCC farm and other activities. The main function ofthe club was to broaden student relations with the public beyond the classroom. They attended the state TJCAA at Marcus in April and sponsored the Annual Spring Barbecue. The sponsor ofthe club is Dr. Royce Cranberry. The officers were president, Garry Heintschel, vice-president, Hal Hillis, secretary-treasurer, Pam Taylor, and reporter, jimmy jaggers. xiii?-30p:egri:Icurl:ural Club Officers were left to right: jimmy jaggers, reporter, Garry Heintschel, president, Pam Taylor, secretary-treasurer, and Hal Hillis, - e . T J T w.f- - T fn 'ill p fr, H1 TT LQ 'iq' 53 1'-fi. FQ' f . 1' .-TA , ,- - Vg., I: n -l' - . L V- 5 U-zz Isl. A ..4Q,af'1: m-"eff ,. J. 2 . -:gl nw: -.Aj ff ,,w,g,j I 'S ' .Is ' ff ffinlirwxf i-T'13Vf5iiE-.3 r- ' -,.:,.,f5P5x:.?u,-ffasFsf:--1 'f I "gi: '3.1,5'g53Si1:'ifJF'ii4' - I ll i?U7fi3E3'JTi':T'- "fm iiliffff,-1 35' -' ff,-1' I '. 1 V ,. 41" " if ',ll'gpvQv4'Qjf.'T. 1 , '-5:13 .293 4-1:3 ., ,315 lt 1 Q '31, 'W NI J 1, - - mv -' zz 51.31 -f LORE HINTO , lk. EDITOR 54 STE E RUSHING ASSISTANT EDITOR S0 SQ C? Q55 CAMPUS NEWS: The voice of TCC students The student newspaper at any college is responsible for finding out what is happening on and off the campus. The CAMPUS NEWS is the voice of TCC students, and it serves as the voice not only for students but as well as a communication barrier that takes teamwork and follow through. This year proved to be different from the past few in which it changed from a Friday publication to a Monday print date. This allowed more time for students to cover the activities more accurately. Heading the paper as editor this year was Loren Hinton, lr. Mark McKay served as associate editor for the fall semester and contributing editor in the spring. Steve Rushing was sports editor for the fall semester and assistant editor in the spring. Mark Long served as Business Manager. Reporters included Hazel Bell, Robert Edwards, Gladys Gibson, Susan Gill, Cindy Holmes, jeff Kauffman, Vick Loomis, Laura McGough, Bob Stroud, and Bill Webb. Dr. Ron Addington was the advisor for the CAMPUS NEWS. CAMPUS NEWS members were from left to right: jeff Kauffman, Robert Edwards, Cynthia Holmes, Bill Webb, Laura McGough, Vick Loomis, Susan Gill, Bob Stroud and Steve Rushing. Extreme right, Dr. Ron Addington, advisor. ..fi, J, KIM WILBANKS ASSOCIATE EDITOR EDITOR Steve Rushing also served as a photographer during the spring semester. Nina Littleton was photographer during the fall 1979 semester. l 980 Yearbook Staff The TCC Yearbook Staff mainly consisted of two people this year: Carletta Autrey was editor and Kim Wilbanks was associate editor. Cindy Helms sold the ads for the yearbook, while Mark Long kept the books during the spring semester. In addition to the editor and associate editor, the students in Dr. Addington's jour- nalism classes pitched in from time-to-time and added a helping hand. Many long and drawn out hours were spent on the layout and design of the TCC 1980 yearbook. Hurley Publishing of Camden, Ark., published this yearbook as they did last year's. Dr. Ron Addington supervised the publica- tion. Nursing C I u bs We re lnstructive I ,A,. ,.. ,V-.w-np .V - ,-,,.g .,,,..L..... Q9 Q Qfzf XO gf The Vocational Nursing Student Club is an organization that aids in the growth Vocational nursing aids individuals and development ofthe individual nursing student at TCC The purpose ofthe club is to promote a closer inter-class relationship and encourage social activities. The requirements are to be a vocational nursing student enrolled at the William Buchanan Department of Nursing. The officers were: president, Marilyn Stracner, vice-president, Debbie Uselton, secretary, Catherine Turney, secretary, julie Boslerg and sponsor, Daline Ford. 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Furlow - Electricity Dwayne Godwin - Auto Mechanics Royce Granberry - Agriculture Division Chairman Wayne Harris - English Errol Hatfield - Business Administration lames Herrin - Music Carol Hodgson - Nursing David Horrocks - Meat Management Lou Ella Humphrey - Nursing Dell lacobs - Business Dawson johnson - Computer Services Director lesse jordan - Air Technology Mary Lewis - English lerry Long - Speech!Drama Mary Long - Art 3 Faculty Mike Mankins - Math Charles Marley - Mid-Management Harry Martin - Auto Mechanics Sue McCrossen - Music loel McGee -- Biology Lester Meredith - Political Science Patricia Moore - Office Occupations Charlotte Murdock - Related Education Norma Nelson - Physical Education Kenneth Parmley - Math lim Parsons - Biology Mildred Parsons - Speech!Drama Dannie Prier - Welding Willard Pyle - Biology - 9 fy, , W 1!!Y'!lff!,! JAX X fm J"'Vii,-' If lk x llll l lflllli to 2, Faculty Albert Riusech - Foreign Languages Ira Robinson - Business Sandy Simmons - Music Norman Shelby - Welding Gilbert Smith - History Louis Smith - Related Education Pat Sorsby - English lim Spears - Air Technology lohnny Stanley -- Welding Lin Vickers - Health Occupations Richmond White - EMPT Division Chairman Wayne Williams - Physical Education lerry Wright - Biology Rolfe Wylie - Humanities Division Chairman 10 vrrcff QS? K, rx ."'4',f??,.,,,...i., , .13 ,:.1i11'ir iieiz, 9 ."1,,. .1 4 Personnel 1. Betty Allen - Admission's Office 2. Kathryn Blake - Related Education 3. Sue Bolton - Library Staff 4. Vashtie Breed - Student Center 5. Cindy Bridges - Business Office 6. Virginia Bridges - Business Office 7. loyce Bruce - Library Staff 8. Martha Clane - Library Staff 9. Shirley Clark - Veteran's Office 10. Helen Click - Librarian 1 1. Delphia Cooney - Business Office 12. Sharon Cooper - Admissions Office 13. Ben Cox - Student Center Manager 14. Cecilia Crump - Admissions Office J r ,-V , 5 f ' 1. Personnel Carol Davidson - Testing Center Lou Nell Davis - Bookstore Clerk Patti Davis - Career Education Secretary loyce Delgado - Veteran's Office Secretary Katy Elkins - Library Staff luanita Ellis - Business Office William Emfinger - Office Occupations Secretary Gail England - Library Staff Dyanne Forward - Computer Center Roy Foster - Computer Center Ruth Fowler - Dean of Students Secretary Mary Alice Green - Business Office Mary Hedrick - Social Science Secretary Carolyn Hughes -- Computer Service Secretary 7 f' I ,- wx'-V l i :l,l!z'i'fl -Jw 'X l x ' LX lk fl Y ' if 3 !:l1 93 Til 1. .f ll r er, 4 ' .xi ?',1w I 3 Personnel Nita jackson - Veteran's Office Secretary lohn lefferson - Game Room Operator Kathy lordan - Evening Office Norman Kauffman - Maintenance Supervisor Lea Ledwell - President's Secretary Virginia Lewis - Switch Board Operator Quida Lynch - Student Center Mike Maner - Computer Center Lou Etta Marley - Community Relations Secretary Gayla McAIexander - Admissions Office Debra Mclntire - Evening and Continuing Education Secretary Marti Miller - Vo-Tech Secretary Valerie Nichols -- Library Staff Sheila Owen - Counseling Center Secretary LL.: I 59 i A 2 F Personnel Estelle Parsons - Library Helen Pavey - Admissions Office Melanie Powell - Business Administration Rhonda Ray - Admissions Office Betty Revels - Testing Center Secretary Wanda Rowe - Associate Dean of Instructi Linda Salisbury - Student Union Secretary Ann Smith - Office Occupations Secretary Gladys Steger - Cafeteria Staff Sharon Waren - Humanities Secretary Nellie White - Librarian Kim Woods - Testing Center 1-- fr X , 'TY'- .4-Q-, 5V .x 'fl .N lui if 1, U' 1 X' SN X , ,ah x s..g- ., .V - i ..:L,gaa ' Aj. . 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' 1 . , -2- ' M., " "5 f ' if-Q -ya ' L ' " 3 .L .. - ,S I 4 -"v 1-.V x American lunior Colleges Who s Who STEVE ALLEN Major Accountung Hometown Texarkana Texas Graduated from Texas Hugh Clubs Served as Student Senate Vuce presudent Phu Theta Kappa Husto ruan member of the Athletuc Assocuatuon on Dean s Lust DAVIDT BERRY Major Pre Pharmacy Hometown Texarkana Ark Graduated from Arkansas Hugh Clubs Served as Phu Theta Kappa Presudent Student Senate Treasurer Outstandung Freshmen Senator, Photographer for CAMPUS NEWS and Yearbook 1978 fall semester on Dean s Lrst KAREN D CRANK Major Secondary Educatuon Hometown Fouke Ark Graduated from Fouke Hugh Clubs Served as Phu Theta Kappa Treasurer on Dean s Lust and Presudent s Lust Plans to attend Henderson Unuversuty TONY DEMARS Major Psychology Hometown Texarkana Texas Graduated from New Boston Hugh Clubs Served as StudentSenate Presudent FurstVuce presudent of Phu Theta Kappa member ofthe Athletuc Assocuatuon on Dean s Lust and Presudent s us VICKY DEMARS Major Psychology Hometown Texarkana Texas Graduated from New Boston Hugh Clubs Served as Phu Theta Kappa Secretary Student Senate Sophomore Senator member of the Athletuc Assocuatuon on Dean s Lust and Presu dent s Lust CHERYL EDWARDS Major Busuness Hometown Atlanta Texas Graduated from Atlanta Hugh Clubs Served as TC Players Hustoruan Freshmen Vuce presudent 1979 member of Phu Theta Kappa on Dean s Lust and Presudent s Lust GARY S DUGAN Major Enguneerung Hometown Texarkana Texas Graduated from Texas Hugh Clubs Member of Phu Theta Kappa Plans to become an electrucal enguneer and to work wuth desugn andlor research of computers KEVIN M DUNAGAN Major Luterature Hometown DeKalb Texas Graduated from DeKalb Hugh Clubs Served as Phu Theta Kappa Reporter was wunner of the Buology Award as a freshmen on Dean s Lust MARILYNE FEDUCCIA Major Elementary Educatuon Hometown Atlanta Texas Graduated from Vudalua Hugh School un Louusuana Clubs Served as Second Vuce presudent of Phu Theta Kappa on Dean s Lust EDDIEL GAMBLE SR Major Elementary Educatuon Hometown Texarkana Ark Graduated from Booker T Washungton Hugh Retured from the U S Army un 1976 spent three years un Vuetnam plans to teach at Elementary level STEVE ALLEN 4. DAvuo rHoMAs uzusuzuzv . "fi 1, 1 ..f 1 TONY DEMARS g N 4, " 3 at " 'F-, i' lf' ll ' f Qi? "ft 'f ' QI f 1, 1k N bi M. "E 445.19 A- 151, ,gia- ,73 If V ., --mi ig 'ig-"gi S J. .IGN- al fa dv I 1 ' 'i J' 'w , , ,, .f Ny, .Q ' . 69. ' 35, :f' ,..x 'Hi 3 , V- 1 3 I 'wp-1 r ga. .., . 'Ib' . :U xv.. 1, QM Q. 1 Gr .n .Vg ' J ' ..,., ur W' . ,H W ,., , T, N. uk. . '49 -n-""' li A 1. f ,va 'ri ,...- 'Q ' ' 7 if 'JM w.. Hx, 1..i:kQ'?F5'5'ff ,Cs 4J.Z .J r, N1 -.' Agn ' Amerucan junuor Colleges Who s Who LOREN HINTON Major lournalusm Hometown Wunthrop Ark Graduated from Wunthrop Hugh Clubs Served as CAMPUS NEWS Edutor Plans to attend Unuversuty of Arkansas BILLY R HORTON Major Mud Management Hometown Texarkana Texas Graduated from Luberty Eylau Hugh Clubs Served as a member of Phu Theta Kappa on Dean s Lust Plans a career un management connected wuth sales or marketung SHERRIL IACKSON Mayor Busuness Hometown DeKalb Texas Graduated from DeKalb Hugh Clubs Actuve member of Phu Theta Kappa on Dean s Lust and Presu dent s Lust Plans to attend North Texas State Unuversuty MICHAEL K KOUNNAS Major Enguneerung Hometown Texarkana Ark Graduated from Arkansas Hugh Clubs Member of Phu Theta Kappa Plans to attend Texas ALQM and obtaun a Bachelor un Electrucal Enguneerung KAREN MANGIARACINA Mayor Nursung Hometown St Vuncent Ark Graduated from Sacred Heart Hugh Morrulton Ark Clubs Member of the Texas Nursung Students Assocuatuon on Dean s Lust and Presudent s Lust IANAI MCIUNKINS Major Nursung Hometown Saratoga Ark Graduated from Muneral Sprungs Hugh Plans to get BS un Nursung and to later work for the County Health Dept MARK P McKAY Mauor lournalusm Hometown Ashdown Ark Graduated from Ashdown Hugh Clubs Member of Student Senate Assocuate Edutor of the CAMPUS NEWS 1978 79 Business Manager for CAMPUS NEWS and Yearbook F-T! ET-, . -...uu?71rfy5ye A-- l u u u u l Haus SHERRI LYNN IACKSON -5 , 1 ,f , 3539-QI - 'il y J M. ff 'L tal 4' 1 X 'avg 0 A LOREN HINTON BILLY R. HORTON MICHAEL K. KOUNNAS lm I I A A IANA I. MCIUNKINS ,, .--.,, -..- --11,-f-7 .iv-. KAREN MANGIARACINA 'YK MARK PATRICK MCKAY American lunuor Colleges I Who s Who SANDRA MOSLEY Major Nursung Hometown Wake Vullage Texas Graduated from Texas Hugh Clubs Member of Phu Theta Kappa Blue jackets Curcle K on Presudent s Lust Plans to attend Unuversuty of Texas Meducal Branch GINA D NOLTE Major Chemustry Hometown Fouke Ark Graduated from Fouke Hugh Clubs Actuve member of Phu Theta Kappa Student Senate Secretary Reporter for Spanush Club GLORIAH PHILLIPS Major Nursung Hometown Atlanta Texas Graduated from Atlanta Hugh Clubs Served as Vuce presudent of Freshmen Class Plans to become a regustered nurse LYNN H POOLE Major Mud Management Hometown Hope Ark Graduated from Hope Hugh Retured from Aur Force Plans to contunue career un management or busuness admunustratuon from Texas Hugh Clubs Actuve member of Phu Theta Kappa member of MENC Chour Plans to be an admunustrator or accountant IAMESS SCHOOLER Major Busuness Hometown McCamey Texas Graduated from U S Navy GED Spent 9 years un Navy Plans to obtaun a degree un Busuness Admunustratuon KATHRYN M STUCKEY Major Undecuded Hometown Brught Star Ark Graduated from Brught Star Hugh Clubs Actuve member of Phu Theta Kappa Plans to make career un teachung for the deaf BRENDA TICE Mayor Nursung Hometown Nash Texas Graduated from Texas Hugh Clubs Member of the Texas Nursung Students Assocuatuon was Class Repre- sentatuve NOT PICTURED ARE IOE CASTILLO LINDA L COOK CORAL C KABURICK NORMAI PARSONS I RANDY RODGERS - Major: Business. Hometown: Texarkana, Texas. Graduated : I ' I ' I GINA NOLTE u 1 7 4 A ,Gel 1 "qu lu nu. ,, u. P- ly V11 'bl , .. Nh urwu T: .E .5 , 1-51 . . , Wi- 55? am. G7 -.r T -rw SANDRA MOSLEY u ...ivan "jf fy if , : , A u tzuulull' Q' 11 L- GLORIA HANKS PHILLIPS W' fe -va .ga-f' i K 1 X ,.4. Xxhkxk W, , .X A ,, N ' 5-. f'-:-f'-- rffzr' . ,Liu 4 J -L. nl ... lv gmfff' ' "'3"' .-.a.. "ml "' " -I+ C11 QA -,,J Q - x K QA. -Lf . 'Vx H ..1.' 5. ..r.- ... -.f.-o-,, -A . . dn. Jul' f 4 1 4 . -u A Ms, . .,-. If P? P 1 X ' ,ni . 2.4 ' , I .1 L15 fn -:rn ' H ' 1v"1 'f Y-wg - . ' ' 1, "fi ' fl ' 1 - W HAI XL .7 -, , K ,Lf-r:J','-R--'x,N if-' V Q ' - . -x i 'f ! J JZ- +15-1,Qff:,," xcuf' 7 "fi 35i '?1'fW' ' " Qs, " j '-5 47: "2" 5. 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He was a member of the Athletic Association, Student Senate, and Phi Theta Kappa. He was a member of the National Honor Society in high school, and the All Senior Band of Texas. He was also selected as Who's Who Among American junior Colleges. His name also appeared on either the Dean's List or the President's List every semester while attending TCC. "till "" '15 I . 'll .ai Texarkana Community College VVHO'S WHO David Berry of Texarkana, Ark., is majoring in pre- pharmacy. He graduated from Arkansas High. He was an active member in both Phi Theta Kappa and Stu- dent Senate. He received the President's scholarship, the Elk's Club scholarship, the Burnham jones Memo- rial scholarship, and a Phi Theta Kappa scholarship. He was also selected as Who's Who Among American junior Colleges, and was elected as Outstanding Freshmen senator. gsf - .sy ' ,QQ-,L-'v DAVID BERRY TRUDY BIRTCI-IER Trudy Birtcher of Texarkana, Ark., graduated from Arkan- sas High School. She is majoring in Sociology and Pre- law. She was active in the Young Democrats. In high school she was a member ofthe National Honor Society, and was elected as Outstanding Artist. Texarkana Community College VVI-lO'S WHO Patricia Brown of Hooks, Texas, is majoring in Elementary education. She graduated from New Bos- ton High School, New Boston, Texas. She was an active member of Phi Theta Kappa, and in civic or- ganizations such as Young Homemakers of America, and United Fund. She was also a member of the Psychology club, and had made Dean's List. PATRICIA BROWN -ai it . r 1. .ii all .. A KAREN CRANK Karen Crank of Fouke, Ark., is majoring in Secondary education. She graduated from Fouke High School. She was an active member in Phi Theta Kappa, and is attending college on a four year scholarship presented by Arkla Gas Co. She was also se- lected Who's Who Among American junior Colleges, and has made the Dean's List. . U. A ' -Z1-ggi: Texarkana Community College VVHO'S WHO Tony De Mars of Texarkana, Texas, is majoring in Psychology. He graduated from New Boston High School in New Boston, Texas. He was president ofthe Student Senate, Phi Theta Kappa, Psychology club, and was a member of the production of "Our Town". He was also selected as Who's Who Among American junior Colleges, made the Dean's List, and was elected as Outstanding Freshmen senator. TO Y DE MARS VICKEY DE MARS Vickey De Mars of Texarkana, Texas, is majoring in Psy- chology. She attended New Boston High School, New Boston, Texas. She was an active member in Student Senate, Phi Theta Kappa, and the drama production of "Our Town". She was also selected as Who's Who Among junior Colleges, and her name appeared on both the Dean's List and the President's List. Texarkana Community College VVHCYS WHO Kevin Dunagan of DeKalb, Texas, graduated from DeKalb High School. He is majoring in Pre-med. He was an active member of Phi Theta Kappa, French club, and was a recipient of the Presiclent's scholar- ship, andthe winner of the Biology award. He is also a Sunday School teacher for the First Baptist Church, DeKalb. KEVI DU NAGAN 108 LORE HI T0 ,1R. Loren Hinton, lr., of Foreman, Ark., graduated from Winthrop High School, Winthrop, Ark. He is majoring in journalism. He was active as the editor ofthe CAMPUS NEWS, a member ofthe Psychology Club, and had made the Dean's List. He was also selected as Who's Who Among junior Colleges. Texarkana Community College VVHO'S WHO AnnaMary Lindsey of Texarkana, Ark., graduated from Johnstown High School, lohnstown, Penn. She is majoring in nursing. She was active in Phi Theta Kappa, and made the President's List. NNAMARY LINDSEY REBECCA MAXWELL Rebecca Maxwell of Texarkana, Texas, is majoring in nursing. She graduated from Tascosa High School, Amarillo, Texas. She was an active member of Phi Theta Kappa, and her name appeared on both the Dean's List and President's List. She enjoys all sports, and camping. Texarkana Community College VVHO'S WHO Peter Parish of Wake Village, Texas, is majoring in Engineering. He graduated from Texas Senior High, Texarkana, Texas. He was an active member of Phi Theta Kappa, and is interested in scuba diving and canoeing. PETER PARISH x . V. fV,, ' 5 1 Ai . V. -n-Q' l , :rsu A1 rtxufxnrm i ' noun sun-nf 1. nu Arsxnmmun causes - ' if rm man ' , rr, , -, , ' ,I . 1 .1 1 1 ,, .- ww . 4 1 ' 4.4 ju- A ,....U-0-11,1--, f - Y ,,,.,.,...... A..-...A..-H:-----6-1"""""" 'Mk .,4 LEGS ll'Il 4 'i NA We 1575 ,fu W , ' 'FENG "P ' 1 rExAn ,srqnqyfl ' Ld lb 3 , , ANA DUMMUNITY COLLEGE ,-' I-Y' H funn I 4 C 7 r ' ln lu ' H eff 'gdwli gf: rgiffififra, - .nm if .""1a- f ' if q. T X' I ww" " 'U "H-" ' . ' ' .1 a L. E ., ,fvv s maj .1 - All f'f:i,I gain! If Q el u - i .ist Dean of Instruction: is - is Levi Hall keeps busy schedule T N t Dean of Instruction, Levi Hall wears many hats. He works with the TCC faculty in curriculum development, T- Q: iv scheduling, and supervising and eval- if uating instruction. Hall also orders books for TCC and edits the college if i 4 ,ii catalogue that students refer to at the 'z- beginning of each semester. The Dean of Instruction recruits and hires faculty members, as well as working with the president on recommendations of cur- riculum changes. lf a student is absent, the instructor submits the reports to Dean Hall. Coor- dination of TCC and ETSU facilities is also done by Hall. Odd but true, with all this, Dean Hall still finds time to hunt and fish, play golf and plant two gardens. Above photo: Dean Hall stops his busy schedule to pose for the camera. Top right photo: Dean Hall and his secretary, Leslie Sandlin teamwork Students can get help with problems by asking an instructor. Building a Better Tomorrow The Business Administration division con- sists of Accounting, Business Law, Commer- cial Truck Driving, Data Processing, Economics, Mid-Management, Office Occu- pations, Printing, and Real Estate. Faculty members include: Corbet Ander- son, lohn Biglin, David Brown, Frances Cran- ford, Bob Forward, Roy Foster, Errol Hatfield, Adolphus Hinton, Dell Jacobs, Dawson johnson, Curtis Maner, Charles Marley, Ben- nie McBride, Robert Mills, Patricia Moore, Rheuben Northam, Ira Robinson, Frances Watson, Joyce Wilson, Virginia Fomby, james Dillard, and division chairman, Herman Bar- DSU. x:.euu.g W i 1 --...... -: , .Q , . ,. ... s . , Herman Barnett Division Chairman siu iupy sseuisng uonen -J' N-Y 1 Hard, But Worth lt Courses offered in the EMPT division are: Physics, Computer Science, Physical Science, Astronomy, Welding, Refrigeration, Elec- tronics, Industrial Electronics, Related Educa- tion, Television, and Air Technology. Faculty members include: Stewart Angel, Bob Brown, Delbert Dowdy, Tom Furlow, Larry Gordon, jess jordan, Ken Lloyd, Mike Mankins, G. Martin, Kenneth Pharmley, Danny Porier, Art Purdy, joe Purdy, jack Purifoy, L. Rouch, Norman Shelby, Louise Smith, lim Spears, W. Spellman, Carl Spicher, john Stanley and division chairman, Rich- mond White. The EMPT division belongs to Technical and Educational Organizations and sponsors training and computer courses for area high schools. uaauigug 'Su QLI3-PW LU 19 sogsftud 'sag A8olouqoal pue Richmond White Division Chairman fx' Helping Gthers as a Career Health Occupations include: Vocational Nursing, Associate degree nursing, EMT- Basic, Paramedic CAMT-Advancedl and ADN. Faculty consists of: Lasca Beck, Kathy Blackard, Debra Bockmon, Elaine Bransford, Sandra Dennis, Connie Garrison, lena How- ell, Lou Ella Humphrey, Carol Hodgson, Gene Livingston, Lou Loftness, Pat Morgan, Mary Mote, Gloria Mugnoe and Joyce White. Pauline Barnes, Daline Ford, lean Thomas, Sadie Hawkins, Cherry Haweth, Dianne Knight, Linda Adams, jerry Browning and Lin Vickers. Division chairman is Shirley Finn. The division sponsored workshops, blood pressure screening, VN candlelighting, ADN pinning, students sponsor gifts for child at children's colony or orphanage, ADN stu- dents assist with program at Temple Home. Shirley Finn Division Chairman MESH onednaag q 3 tn . W, .v- -:wf I ey ZIP J' 4. qw, , V iz 46' fr , 15' 1 if li.-I 1 " w 1 .f E , 1, .li L ' ' , L. 8'5- viflu I ":"Il'f ww. v R - V .A K 5 i X 5 'w A .. 1. . . ' r .ix '-x 'Y'-. -kj ., 12. R ff' 4, ,f fe- ,Q ax' -,. A V -' -.-Emu --' x , N 'bf """f.- . Y-51,,:-r . . V, 1 o ,., , X f ,gl .U ' ' Af: , A 1 A , - V '- YJ rr ' s J X ' Q , 'i A 'Q 53' ' 4 ' I if - 2-5., V.. N ,"Q,f 11 ' -Vim,-,iv . . W t ,U , ' , ' - , 5 -41 pg 'fu . x 'A fi C. - i 'v-K 5-'45. -Ir-we-, Q V I L. xgf -,A.-,m 'S Y. -ni Q 4-I di , V X - - Nglfiy -1--mtlugg, U , in ' 3-, we 3-"1 4-Hag'-""i91:: W- -K' 3-.P w-- f- ,t"'-L51 ' - . i Q - - QII g . M -, Xi' . I 'rf Y ,. ,Q An Umbrella Of Subjects The Humanities division covers many sub- jects including Art, English, Music, Speech and Drama, journalism, and Modern Lan- guages. Faculty members are: Ron Addington, Mur- ray Alewine, Kathryn Blake, jane Bouterse, Ralph Caver, Nona Culpepper, Gladys Cupp, Sharon Drake, Wayne Harris, james Herrin, Mary Lewis, jerry Long, Mary Long, Sue McCrossen, Charlotte Murdock, jody Par- sons, Albert Riusech, Sandy Simmons, Pat Sorsby, Nellie Thomas, jayne Williams, and Dr. Rolfe Wylie, division chairman. The division belongs to professional or- ganizations which are: College Conference of Teachers of English, National Schools of Music, Texas Music Educator's Association, Southwestern Theater Conference, and Texas junior College journalism Association. Art shows, concerts, recitals, dramatic produc- tions, school paper, yearbook, Kaleidoscope, and musicals are some activities conducted by the division each year. sai1iueLunl.l Dr. Rolfe Wylie Division Chairman X -K' 5ug.a?f?':, FDL-j ":eL KV "VA L. -,IT - gsm , Z' K More Than lust Labs Science and Technology includes: Agricul- ture, Farm and Ranch Management, Auto Body Repair, Auto Mechanics, Small Engine Repair, Heavy Equipment Mechanics, Biol- ogy, Chemistry, Automobile Apprenticeship. Faculty members are: jerry Wright, Willard Pyle, jim Parsons, loel McGee, joe Varner, Edwin Braddock, Mike Buttam, Frank Brans- ford, jack Bender, and Harry Martin. De- Wayne Godwin, Milton Keahey, David Wil- liams, Warren Dill and Yewoul Allen. The division belongs to the TJCTA, NIASE, TAS, TCCFA. It supplies judges for area Sci- ence Fairs, Career Day Conferences, and sponsors FFA-4H judging contests. ..? Dr. Royce Cranberry Division Chairman USID S3 pue Laval OU A801 U3 x fi LW T. W" ...N . -,ul 4, .Km-Q. rx, 1 4 L ' ""' T 54' 7 ,JFK ' .' , -4-'r"f:fz f- -' N. -,sf K 1 155 ,F ,' -.'., lj- 1, 1,63 U V Fwy " .LQ if . .""-'A L 4 ' X ' rin' 3? J . I V wt -.. ff ii 1 , 431.1 1.4, 1 '5' :VI I f A. ' "'3,..-. f n 5 ml .'-W.-gi, Y 1 , . Q 3"-5, ,- .--va .y ' , k .54 . , t-, :Mk N 24ip'f:i'5?3w X . -in-2-gf: 4'-5244. ,A 'Q?3,2'. 1' 1458'- V :ot ' 53-3 ""ffs:+i::' Z! ' -,Q . fri 'lr , 3'3- 99- w, -mf. ..., . an L .,- 1 OL., N L9-Q as - 44+ il 'A r ., - wxf., va" f 1, 13 Q ,-2-1.4 N J'-1 Q, if ,.., 1 'o 37'-1 'USPS "gF""?l Looking Ahead ' and Behind The Social Science division consists of His- tory, Government, Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Physical Education, Law Enforce- ment, and Fire Technology. Faculty for this division are: john Benson, lim Hawkins, Eldon Spencer, Gilbert Smith, Levonne Davis, Lester Meredith, Robert Wil- liam, Wayne Williams, Henry Wood, Lucy Lacey, Norma Nelson, Sue Works, Hub Dun- gan, Henry Duke and jim Humphries. CD O Q no uaiag D S9 !,.i2-SP' 'i L,-, 1 I'-.QT""'-It U Bob Bell Division Chairman .a .1 ,G ' ,Yip U' fm -a .ff Nightlife and Learning This division includes all the evening courses, with the exception of nursing. Steve Middlebrooks is the Director of Community Relations and Dale Works is the Associate Dean. This division belongs to Texas Continuing Education Association, and Texas Association for Community Service and Continuing Edu- cation. Non-Credit Community Services Courses, Senior Citizens, activities and Com- munity Activities Programs such as tennis and swimming are sponsored by the Evening and Continuing Education Division each year. six Dale Works Associate Dean Of Evening and Continuing Education Learning New Skills The Occupational and Technical programs are an integral part of the day and evening education programs at TCC. Most of these classes are held in the Career Education Cen- ter. Students are offered a variety of courses ranging from small engine repair to emer- gency medical technology. ueag ednaag to :". O 3 ll no :s Q. -I rn n :- 2. ra fi eJ8oJd SLU David Mueller Associate Dean of Instruction Vocational and Technical 46th Senior Class Loretha Bean Joyce Crosby Trudy English Maureen Griffin Sharon Kidd Hazel Belcher Trina Dennis Cindy Gage Linda Hubbard Debra Lingo julie Bosler Betty Dodd Nora Green Sheila Jenkins Andree Matthis Karen Buck Ester Ellison Vicky Garretson Pamela Jordon Nancy Mitchell fro? X. N, l fs., 'Weqfi IFF' ' li' xx , t I ill 'R .L lg., ,g-x 'll s, Of LVN Nurses Avis Neace Carol Redix Linda Sherfey Doris Steinback Billie Wells Vera Picking Charline Rieger Debra Sisco - Marilyn Stracner Mary lane Westfall Debra Richardson Teresa Rowe Gayla Smith Ava Taylor Leura Wright C . . Roberta Seery Shelby Snead Patricia Tyree Betty Young Q-.. X EBF! Fm si qi? W"-7,-r 35 5: I , lil ' LRC supplements classroom learning skills The Independent Learning Center, more commonly known as the Learning Resources Center CLRCJ, is located in the East Texas University building. It was established in 1971 to supplement classroom learning skills. The center coordinates media scheduling, distribution and maintaining the equipment used in this process. Media include video tapes, films, filmstrips, cassettes and records. The director of the Learning Resources Center is DeWayne Elliot and the coordinator is Paula Black. A student takes notes during one of the LRC films that are assigned along with regular classes. 'i7'VTYirrn- -V, Top photo: An outside view ofthe Palmer Memorial Library. Bottom left photo: A member of the library staff seems to be enjoying herself as she fills out more paperwork. Bottom right photo: Students study- ing in the library can find most of any type of information they need for help in homework. I !,.ff Palmer Memorial Library at TCC The Clyde and Bettie M. Palmer Memorial Library, located at the south end of campus on Tucker Street, was dedicated in 1971. It is a combined facility of Texarkana Community College and East Texas State University!Texarkana. The library contains 119,000 vol- umes at the present time 'and has a capacity of 135,000 volumes. lt also contains over 1,000,000 microforms, microfiche and other documents. The director of the library is Ms. jimmie Sue Simmons, the reference librarian is Ms. Helen Click, the technical librarian is Ms. Arlene Kyle and the documents and microforms librarian is Ms. Nellie White. fffj I . J TCC Farm It is more than a farm The TCC Farm is located about 13 miles west of Texarkana and is primarily used for a laboratory by the Agriculture Department in various phases of swine development and livestock experiments. It consists of 50 head of cattle, eight sheep, seven hogs, and five ponds scat- tered along 360 acres allocated from the government. Students can be taught far- ranging aspects offarming from livestock to the upkeep of the machines that maintain the farm. The farm not only provides needs for the Agriculture Department, it is used for Commercial Truck Drivers Training, Fores- try Wildlife Conservation and Welding. Although the three main courses used in conjunction with the TCC farm are pasture management, repair and maintenance of farm machinery and heavy equipment welding, it is also used for experiments in grains through tests of plotting land. The projects lined up for the farm in- clude the erection of new facilities for sheep and poultry. After the clearing of 1 75 acres of the land, six buildings have been built. Three of these are for the various stages of hog development, the others are for cattle, machine shop and instruction. The instructor in charge of the TCC Farm is Dr. Royce Cranberry. Top right photo: A sheep couldn't resistthe photographer. Middle right photo: TCC farm consists of 50 cows do- nated by local farmers. Bottom right photo: A student cleans the livestock building. 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ABOVE - Getting accustomed to the water takes time, and this student doesn't seem to like it yet. 'Q 'T RIGHT - Bill practices serving. BELOW RIGHT - Phil Renolds waits for the volley. BELOW - A student concentrates on her backhaud. i ' x :-' , ww- ' i ,-ww f My vm, .nf-, l 1 i i- :- li . 'st'-5.,. EH,-,gl ,-1 , il. .Ll- - MQ ffl W3 44-if 1 ff if 1 f ,Z A 5. K Wi 1 fn. N. 14.4. :Win 'rf N 5 'I Ki . v W I l ABOVE - Lynn Campbell makes return. RIGHT- Stretching for a ball can make the difference in a point. wqplrv. -J FF' X 32-. x .rn ,.1,.,, XS wf "Qjn.faJ ' ,.s , .Nw----7 i' ' .13-:1"" 'A 1 ' , .H J, ' - S f 4 .-- Jv wt? F11 'j ,,.f'f'7' ,. -fri , ff' ff- I N1 fp f Jl.'3-VM, IW' ,V ,an .fl "'I' E11 'wf. -- -H fa :fig-aa. fi. 'f"!f" -V i f S -ff, ff.,-K , f 7 fill., 'uv . U. L A-X ," v 1 Yup 12' .Mft X J v . , 5 9 TV pn V . - A- L, Egxf.. .fwff . . ..-' ' ' Eggs. :'5,3,f., , if gf, DV , ' ,g 'Wk ,f Fi ' ' f. 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RIGHT- Randall Rogers is rushed by Alan Smith. U' l',.,hii,."i i-i.i i -i I,-' :- l . i..., , V . 1---,JJ-L, , I 4- - fl.-ni' JI 524.4 ,Z +ve.: ., -I E. 141-1, -6: 4-lxx Football TOP LEFT Freshman Coach Herman Barnett calls the next play ABOVE Qulnten Sasser runs wlth the ball BELOW Dust stirs as a pass IS thrown ' l W ,, l 3,1 s - . . r 7 ll V I ..-was Q .rf l ' . V 5 . l I I ' ,. r ,, ,. ' 252 f , :ln , H Y 4-.: .rl , Lai LH 1 1 r , ' .Mi -:Ty H" iN -:wif , 'Qyvpm' " 7iQ'5"1nf , 52,1 -. 2,9-.31 , ma iii . 'SWF ,pf ,Vi L W ,,A H451 . ":,r, ix. , , 'P' ,Q K' ,.'ti-'wi' ' ' -- , ,, -, 1, x f 1441 ,ff ,,,, . , J., ,- if A "fat: Q M Q Top left photo: Someone has to take out the arrows, and this girl looks busy. Top right photo: A student is ready to shoot. Bottom left photo: With bow in hand, this student seems confused about the rules. l 7 ur ' I mn . 'Q M i ' i.. - W l Archery offers competition at TCC TCC also offered an archery course se- lective for student requirements in physical fitness. It is a sport filled with competition along with the fellowship of classmates. TCC Athletic Association sponsored an archery "tencathalon" event in which stu- dents competed shooting a total of 36 ar- rowsg 12 were shot at 20 feet, 12 at 30 feet, and the remaining at 40 feet. Points were tabulated and entrants were ranked by order of scores. The archery director was Henry Duke. V, a-9 I .. .A ' ' ' H -ia. .' "'V""' . - s . ' ' .' . .' Z' f - "Ulf, "QT , ', '. .V ....:, rf:-. Y . I ,I . A -ESI, , Q-ff,.t-tr-5f:3v'fgi:3?+!ig1q1t,., wtf-V , f .fffff 1, 2 'fQ'-e+-:i',- T. 'j I A X v., . ' - ,' ..- ' . ' - .. - ft 1 ., .. - Top left photo: Students walk back to the gym to put up equipment. Middle right photo: Students practice target shooting. Bottom left photo: A student shows it takes precision in archery. ., - fu'-L 1 I f' l . 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Tkgz' e. 1 1 -i.g:j4a,. fr, -.f-.Q59 A 'sl 13 ' lm xl 3 Ll- P ,-' Qty' M1 ,in L.. ,," r' . js 'Q V . K- Q. -ri i if fa ', ' lf" Y .f--- 53. ..,, 1. H - gi, ' v ' ,-f ' A ' ' X' If J vb.-L A .f A F, .A I' . , ' 4621:-'J ,, ' . f-., , , 1 Q 44- . a-af ' R , an-,T -. Q The Language Arts building at TCC was renovatedduring the spring 1980. it stands on the eastern side of the campus adjacent to the ETSU-T building. Language Arts Building is renovated The old Language Arts Build- ing, formerly the girl's dormi- tory, has been renovated and will be used mainly for com- munity service classrooms and storage. Language Arts building dates back a long way in TCC history. It served as the Humanities building furnishing teacher of- fices, newspaper and yearbook facilities, a darkroom, and classrooms. Next year the dark- room will be in the CEC Build- ing. During the 1980 spring se- mester, classes began meeting in the new "Stilwell Humani- ties Center", instead ofthe old Language Arts building. Dean of Program Develop- ment, B. J. Murdock explained that the renovation is part of the TCC beautification project which has been going on forthe last year. Many of the buildings at TCC have taken new assign- ments, with the completion of the new Stilwell Building and many other changes in depart- ments can still be expected. Music building given new assignments The TCC Music building has been given a new assignment according to Dean of Program Development, B. 1. Murdock. lt has been remodeled to accommodate the police technology department as well as to help ease the demand for community service classrooms. The building also houses the police laboratory and darkroom. This move was brought on by the need for additional commu- nity service Cnon-credit coursesl classrooms and more room for the police technology department. 1 ffm sc. .- wana hung' X15 sbs '4 ll U-K l fx i. . kv: .,'. , ,i fir ' 'M 1. -,- 7' H . W if f fr'-'rf-1 - f 3 -' f l ,r-'ff-vi-V l far gi ' I , ' . tx M553 . '- ' 'li A 4 . - -iii- , "5 ,, 4, H.-1 'fir YEHQCQ , 7- ir, :AMX ,I ,4 Y 7 fi , 'E 'zlilw-,.g.5'Q 1-5 Wffaskfns wk, rv za.. , ,L ' " T, 131 " gl ifw. ' ily' ' 121543. :ig-H -QL fl-EA f ii B f ' -. ' 'Q X i , 'wr-if fi- Kat' V ' Em flii 1. Y Q-I 'LS X'y W X 'v if . '-,'- It 2' - 'L: " V Tl: 'C iQg5,..Ggxi ' xi-'QL . ' ., s ' ,l- .gg ' ly ,gm P- l B f 'Q 'il 'tea at HQ is 1, i ' f -P IT L, -,1 ,A 1:'-, - ' 'Qi V' i r U it' li L 'lr 7 ' F.- 5 if ,i 1 if 'i '. 4,9 A it vig: 1 Ii, ls . 51. I la, I If V' El iii I-iii ?g?1,!w-4 I 'X w, Art building is demolished at TCC Texarkana Community College once again gave way to prog- ress as the old Art building was demolished during the spring 1980. The renovations and demolitions is all part of the TCC beautification project that has been going on for the last year which will involve restructuring and updating much of the cam- pus. i 44 ' 5 ' V e.-4 :ff ill- l v . . K qvry-'Sv rn' C A, . , .165 ':2gf'1.' af' " X ' 'fzlf-' -'3,-'.:,",3j:5rfgQ A 1 we wwf' - V- -'wif'-v . PY" ":'fm.., Q- - i-'f 11-us. ,7ii.-ming--4 , , gm f'4'f.u'afi aumif' 2:14-Q .4iff?....+e: East Texas University at TEXARKANA opens new doors for students With the addition of the A.M. and Wilma Aiken Center on the Texarkana Community College campus in 1978, East Texas State University in Texarkana has opened the doors for higher education in Texarkana and its surrounding area. East Texas State University in Commerce first established its Texarkana branch in 1971 to offer a very limited area of study in fields pertinent to the growth and development of Texarkana. ETSU-T offers a diverse area of education in which an older population can best utilize their time to fulfill their educational needs. The addition of the ETSU-T facility on the TCC campus has greatly enhanced the educational capabilities of both schools and has brought about a sense of cooperation and teamwork needed to bring quality education to this area. ETSU's field of study is geared around the characteristics of the population of the Texarkana area - average age is approximately 32-33 years old. The average student is married, has children, usually holds a fulltimejob, and is interested in courses that will help the student advance in his or her career area. Because of these factors, ETSU at Texarkana has made a commitment to offer a curriculum which makes portions of courses and programs somewhat "time-free," stressing individual competency and achievement in the various career areas. ETSU's main goal is to offer complete and almost unlimited educational opportunities to Texarkana and surrounding cities. li is iff 1 i f K i Tsxns srxrs uuivsnsirv .AT i -l umvsnsnv QAT TEXARKA NA EAST TEXAS STATE EAST TEXAS STAT! Dr. john Moss, the president of East Texas State University at Texarkana proves the doors are open for ETSU students. ETSU offers junior and senior level courses East Texas State University in it's second year to be part of the Texarkana Community College cam- pus, offers TCC students as well as other students in the Texarkana area the opportunity to earn upper- division and master's level degrees in several fields of study. The institution directs its resources toward the attainment of several broad program and service objectives. Among these are junior and senior level courses which are tailored to the needs of students transferring from community colleges. The addition of the ETSU-T facility on the TCC campus has benefited students from both schools. The Palmer Memorial Library has been greatly ex- panded due to the contributions of ETSU, and stu- dents from both institutions have a greater amount of information and study aids at their disposal. The Individualized Learning Center has also been useful to both colleges. These contributions show that ETSU has not only improved on its own resources, but together with TCC, they provide complete educational opportu- nities for the Texarkana community. v w un f-1' ,. . 5, A f- fr-Sw A -Q-1 1 .T 4411,--" Yx.,A t .M ,-' L : mf. ,f , ,,.f-- :L 54 'C, ' gig: ,. N X :Q gpg, f-, A -. ,, . .,'- 'gy EV a A- ' 'krxg .Ap ,gg Qyif R "iw sg, N Eqsi :Li 2 r - ' - :ix mv, 4 iii-In xg-.F ff"'P',. ali! A 'l x t .:! W - Q?- ' 'Q' 11.15-1 l W J FHS- ae ' ijv, .4 . -Q '-t 'j-1 f,3:','.,fjljf I' '. ,1 fmlfi' x- . ' W 6.4 A' ' .- Y f wp- . Yil'- ' ' 37. -F? . li .fr I , , , ,E lg . 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There are 3 convenient locations where you can transact 8 important banking services any time-any day 1. State Line at Arkansas 8: Texas Blvds. 2. State Line Plaza-Downtown 3. College Hill Village Shopping Center State First National Bank Member E D.l. C. PLEASANT FLUWERS Specializing In , A, Weddings Funerals QT' Sprays ii, Birthdays Plants Nation Wide Floral SERVICE Richmond Road 81 FM 989 Texarkana 832-4181 5 X rf rw ' S r1-: Hospital I5 I 1 ,- me ' - l w 3OND Mm S 3 iflqsn an Y' 73 Ni' 'I- WATERWQ' -:g??T',f'A f 4. . ,. -. U .Msn Q W. . Q- ..: ', x ..-r "'ig,1'.f .XQ.. 2 '3' f "z f Xg: v:Iaki:L::AL?. A 3155, .W x X W' , 1 ,l Q .. .-52" 'm.xJii'L-'- 4. ,- 4 1 1.: fn' I.-,, W f'v-L 'f,k, ' ,lr Q .' .'lf,.jtf3'71 '-,J z V li . 1 . 'kv , .,K'mv,,l aj h , . g.,,, 'gl M! A 'mx 1-:vm f W' wr 1'3" '7- n .2- - -I 1 S iff' M , vq I ,-tm" . 3-A-.., , . . r1?iE'r1Q.- :L i ' ' Q ... fi 'ia' LVM .,x.. 1 - W-.v-r - A ,W zap' u fig .Y. Q ,,. 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' X Aaron, james - 62 Adams, Dawn - 62 Adams, David - 62 Adams, john W. - 62 Adams, Kenneth - 62 Albin, Donna - 83 Allen, Lorene - 76 Allen, Steve - 76, 98 Ames, Lynn - 62 Anderson, Beverly - 62 Anderson, Debra - 62 Asher, Michael - 76 Aultman, Ronnie - 62 Autrey, Carletta - 62, 184 Autrey Margie - 62 Bailey, Donna - 62 Barber, Chatigny - 62 Barker, Terry - 62 Barnes, Alice - 62 Barrett, Mark - 62 Barton, Lynn - 62 Bates, Annie - 62 Bean, Loretha - 130 Beck, john R. - 83 Belcher, Hazel - 130 Bell, Hazel - 62 Bell, Peggy - 62 Bender, jack - 62 Berry, David - 76, 98 Biddle, Danny - 62 Biddle, joyce - 76 Billingly, David - 62 Bircher, Trudy - 63 Blue, Teresa - 63 Bolton, Michael - 63 Bosler, julie - 130 Boswell, jacala - 63 Bowden, Rebecca - 76 Bowden, Susan - 76 Boyter, Lanette - 63 Brabham, Kathy - 76 Branson, Kelly - 63 Bray, Theresa - 76 Brown, Tanya - 63 Browning, john D. - 63 Buck, Karen - 63 Burgess, Erby - 76 Burleson, Debra - 76 Index Candelaria, Ray - 76 Cannon, jeanell - 63 Carleton, Kathie - 63, 96 Carr, Chantina - 63 Carroll, Mary - 63 Carter, Clifford - 63 Carruth, Glenn - 83 Cash, Rhonda - 63 Chandler, Karen - 63 Chandler, Rudy - 76 Chism, Holly - 64 Clegg, Donna - 64 Clemons, Tina - 64 Cobb, Rhonda - 76 Coffman, joe - 83 Collins, Teri - 76 Colorigh, Carrie - 76 Cook, james - 84 Cook, Linda - 77 Cook, Mark - 64 Cook, Sherri - 77 Connor, Willie - 64 Coston, jan - 64 Cowling, Lori - 64 Cox, Patricia - 77 Craig, Karen - 64 Cranford, Leigh Ann - 64 Crank, Karen - 77 Crawford, Billy - 77 Crosby, joyce - 130 Crow, David - 84 Crow, Linda - 64 Cullen, Mary - 64 Culberson, jean - 64 Culpepper, Kelly - 64 Daniel, Cindy - 77 Daniels, Annette - 64 Daub, Betty - 84 Daul, Vernon - 64 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Bonnie - 64 Cheryl - 64 Darla - 77 Dee Dee - 77 Eugene - 64 Glenda - 65 Margaret- 77 Mike - 65 Ollie - 84 Bush, Fred - 83 Callwood, Warren - 76 Cameron, Brenda - 63 Campbell, Callene - 63 Campbell, Marie - 63 Dawson, Cottrell - 77 DeMars, Mary 65 DeMars, Tony - 77, 98 DeMars, Vicky - 77, 99 Dells, Satina - 65 Dickens, Sam - 65 Dickinson, Billy - 84 Dieffenbacher, Deborah - 77 Dodd, Betty - 130 Dodd, joel - 77 Dowell, Princey - 65 Dugan, Gary - 99 Dukes, Mike - 77 Dumas, Rick - 84 Dunagan, Kevin - 99 Duncan, Tammy - 65 Dupree, Gina - 65 Durham, Sandy - 77 Eades, Judith - 65 Easley, james - 84 Easley, Marilyn - 65 Easter, Eddie - 84 Edmond, Rita - 65 Edwards, Cheryl - 77, 99 Edwards, Lora - 65 Edwards, Wanda 77 Eldridge, Tanya - 65 Elkins, Doug - 65 Ellis, Gene - 77 Ellis, Sheila - 77 Ellison, Ester - 130 English, Trudy - 130 Ennis, Dennis - 65 Ennis, john - 84 Evans, Camelita - 78 Evans, Linda - 65 Fagan, Greg - 65 Fallis, Cynthia - 65 Fannin, Michelle - 65 Feduccia, Marilyn - 78, 98 Fentress, Sally - 66 Fields, Benny - 84 Fisher, Beverly - 66 Fisher, Harry - 84 Fomby, Greg - 66 Ford, Clearthur - 66 Forrester, Cynthia - 78 Forte, johnny R. - 84 Foster, Connie - 78 Fowler, Brenda - 84 Frank, Nanci - 66 Freeman, Debbie - 78 Fullenwider, David - 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