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Show Hide text for 1976 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 408 of the 1976 volume: “ w ■ H . V I ■ I t ■ I I 1976 PALLADIUM Troy State University Troy, Alabama Volume 64 In CONGRESS, July , x 77 s. 2?fic ixmmmon$ edarcrtxott + ?tote$ of nwrica t»M U0 ■■■ M i i : . . . % u Ml 4 S, +JJ JU 6. J y +m mm " " „■■• %-u-v im. my mm + • ■- film lA eA :. i.-4rm . (• ■ ' ! z$y Editor . . . Beth Bridges Associate Editor . . . Dannylu James Advisor . . . Jacqueline S. Crawley . Business Manager . . Bill Sankey Photographers . . . James Clower Terry Croslin Steve Stubblefield Ron Pierce, Sports Editor • m Table of Contents j Campus Life 18 mi mT. Organizations 66 Greeks 126 Sports 168 M D 1 " •» j Features 224 Educators 250 People 306 •T jf Advertisements 368 POLICY STATEMENT Troy State University is an equal opportunity institution and as such does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, or national origin in any of its programs including admission of students and employment. The University complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred by employees to the Director of Personnel Services at telephone number 205 566-3000, Ext. 332 and by students to the Dean of Student Affairs at telephone 205 566-3000, Ext. 296. From the beginning — This year was unique. - — ■ ' - ' V-rVr " T; • - s ■■ OriE|JniMr In some ways, it was the same as previous years, but in other ways, it was very different, what really matters is — Something Happened! A leap yea 01 II )icentennial year and st year. 1 1 m j nj-%1 j 1 . I £ - . . . ■■b i_i - — »4 i V ; i g L t ■I mm OS W 3s - ' it • T - • ■■ ' gS £ : ? ' •■ ■ llll ! s« 1 f.» H Hurricane damage to the stadium brought warm Saturday afternoon games . . . two new buildings were dedicated . . . andT.S.U. started broadcasting on Channel 7. In every student and in the college a change took place — We grew! New fraternities, new coaches and new buildings 10 A year when everyone was an individual with different thoughts and aims. Each pursued their goals in their own way and for many, their four year goal was finally attained. i % 4n m • Ir " - . a.1 kXA B« ■ J mm 1 iff ' ' 1 Pli I u 1 3 It was a year of long weekends and short weekends — of leisure days and study nights. A year that spanned 9 months if you go by the calendar — but a lot longer if you lived it. Both the college and the students took time out to look at new values. Some were shaken off and replaced by new ones, while others remained the same. This unique year was not just another college experience — but the " Troy Experience. " 6 17 CAMPUS LIFE 19 Registration — Long Lines and Frustration. ByaHflf F™l HJPWf 4 L i 1 o I BHMdy HU p g " 20 21 Hurricane Eloise Sweeps Through Troy. She came from the south in the night leaving a twisted scar across Alabama. She blew into Troy wretching up trees and destroying whatever got in her way. But as all storms she died. When the rains left and the debris was cleared away Troy still stood. 22 25 Homecoming ' 75 Homecoming ' 75 came to Troy this year with the nation ' s bicentennial as its theme. The excitement began with everyone working on floats and house displays. On Wednesday, October 22 Linda Ronstadt provided entertainment in Sartain Hall. The Thursday night pep rally brought the burning of the Lion at the annual bonfire. Saturday brought the usual bustle of excitement and hard work becoming a reality. The House displays was won by Sigma Pi Fraternity with the slogan " Kick Em Back to 1776. " Dill Hall won the on campus award with " Dill Pickle the Lions. ' The parade was one of the best yet and the Homecoming game ended in defeat for the Trojans. Miss Donna Ray, the 1975 Homecoming Queen was crowned at half time activities. Her court included Kathy Seele, Marilyn Robinson and Susie Barr. Once again Homecoming was a week-end to remember. fciCKCH Hack 1 TO Ut «Mte 1 r ( . ItL t rv? v , - i 1 Wt 27 October 22, 1975 28 The Spinners January 29, 1976 29 feu my nsu KM mi 30 IN CONCOCT " Truth " a touring music company of 17 members from 1 1 states performed for TSU students on Monday night, November 10 to a packed audience in Smith Auditorium. " Truth " is led by a former TSU student, Roger Breland. He began the group five years ago as he was minister of music and youth at Spring Hill Baptist Church in Mobile. They have recorded nearly a dozen albums and they are heard on radio and seen on network television around the world each day. Their music ranges from contemporary rock to that of a stage band with a brass ensemble. Troy State was indeed fortunate to have them appear on our campus. James Taylor April 29, 1976 33 Pi EDGAR M.WRIGHT HALL ■■■■■■ II II i 41 II « II m 01 en 4i »■ ii ii ill i ' 4. 34 . fc v Old Into New Wright Hall, one of TSU ' s older buildings is being renovated and is the first phase of renovation and up-grading of many buildings on the campus. Along with the renovation of Wright Hall, a new Natatorium will also be built. These two buildings will be joined by a connecting corridor. The new facility will have new locker facilities to serve both the swimming pool and the gym in Wright Hall. The swimming pool will be an Olympic size with modern filtering equipment. The pool will have an observation deck from underwater and an upper deck for spectators that will overlook the entire area for swim meets, demonstrations, etc. There will be two diving boards, and the pool will have underwater lighting. This major renovation of Wright Hall, with the basic function being to house offices dedicated to Admissions, Records, Graduate Division, Financial Aid and will have meeting areas, elevator, complete air conditioning, and carpet. When completed the building will serve the campus community for several generations. Approximately 1.4 million dollars will be spent on this project, and the proposed opening date is January, 1977. LURLEEN BURNS W ?, A 2? 8, ■Kim ■ J IwJ ■ . • - mm ' • ' ■ : ■■■■■ • " ! » WK1 I ■ ACE HALL rsr: m « V 11M A v-w mm urn mm : The Sound of the South Long hours and hard work is what it takes to become the best. This is true of Troy State ' s " Sound of the South " band. The band is under the direction of Dr. John Maloy Long who came to Troy State in 1965. Since that time the band has made five appearances during the half-time shows at the Blue Gray classic, three appearances at half-time shows in the Senior Bowl in Mobile and one half-time appearance at the Peach Bowl in Atlanta. The band also appears regularly on national television and it has performed for every professional football team in the south. The Troy State University Band has also played in the Presidential inauguration parades of 1969 and 1973 and entertained former President Nixon during a visit he made to - Alabama. 39 ■ ■ ' ' ■- " " —■ SHOW- ' 40 41 Adams Union Board Presents Unique Entertainment for Students The Adams Center Union Board sponsored a dance featuring " Clique " and also The Harold ' s Club during fall quarter. Winter quarter, the Adams Center Union Board had its Gay Nighties Party. The Sigma Pi ' s won the drinking contest and the Alpha Gamma Delta ' s won the ' 90 ' s Costume contest with the Alpha Delta Pi ' s taking 1st Runner-Up. The entire night with coffeehouse, band and casino was a huge success. There were also old time movies and a barber shop quartet included. In spring quarter, a new program A NIGHT AT THE RACES was held and also a six hour band concert — THE ELEPHANTS ARE COMING. The second year of the Adams Center Union Board was hailed a success by organizers and participants alike. V never die. ' hey just lose their I 42 i 43 John Maloy Long Hall — A Symbol of Excellence and Growth The formal dedication ceremonies of John M. Long Hall took place on Thursday, February 5, 1976 at four o ' clock. Presiding over the ceremony was Dr. Max Raf ferty, Dean of the School of Education. The honored guests which attended included Dr. Paul Yoder, Past President of the American Band Masters Association; Colonel George Howard, Past President of the National Band Association and Chairman of the Board of Directors for the John Philip Sousa Memorial in San Antonio, Texas; Dr. William Revelli, Founder and Past President of the College Band Directors National Association; Mr. Frank Butenschon, Director of Bands at Valdosta High School in Valdosta, Georgia, and Mr. Redus Brooks, President of Brooks Heating and Ventilating in Montgomery, Alabama. Representing the faculty of the Troy State University System included Mr. Truman Welch, Dr. Ralph Adams, Dr. Max Rafferty, and Mr. Everett Johnson. John Maloy Long Hall stands today on the grounds where hundreds of college musicians drilled and perfected their formations and marching techniques. Long Hall, newest building on the campus, represents more than the bricks, mortar and steel of which it is made. It is a symbol of growth and excellence. Long Hall was built for a purpose. When Dr. Long joined the TSU faculty in 1965, he found a marching band composed of only 11 students. Today, that skeleton group has turned into one of the nation ' s model marching units. But today ' s famed 250 — " Sounds of the South " marching band isn ' t the only finished product of Dr. Long ' s contributions to TSU. Quality music education, a nationally acclaimed faculty, concert performances, and the nation ' s largest high school band camp are but a few of his accomplishments. Long Hall is more than a band rehearsal room; it has offices and other rooms with specialized purpose. The rehearsal room seats 300 and includes a filming platform, and complete recording facilities. There are also an instrument repair room, storage rooms, and lockers for student use. The building was completed in the summer of 1975 and the state legislature approved a resolution in October to name the building in honor of Dr. Long. The action of the legislature was termed by Dr. Long as " the greatest honor anybody could have. " Named in honor of: Dr. John M. Long Director of Bands Special Assistant to the President Dean — College of Arts and Sciences Dean — School of Fine Arts 44 INHERIT THE U AfD CAST OF CHARACTERS Kamie Kerrie Millican Melinda Susie Shoman Rachel Sabrina DeBose Meeker Phillip Cope Bert Cates Jim McClellan Storekeeper Jackie Mann Mrs. Krebis Kim Spooner Rev. Brown Kenny Alford Sillers Bill Trammell Mrs. Blair Stephanie Sauer Hawker Terri Reeves Elijah Jim Folsom Mayor Tony Martin Hornbeck Braxton LeCroy Brady Don Freeman Mrs. Brady Susie Dotson Davenport Steve Weeks Henry Drummond Marty Hendrickson Judge Rick Speigner The production of INHERIT THE WIND brought for the first time, a speech and drama student directing the full-scale major production. Marty Hendrickson was the director and as Dr. David Dye, Chairman of the Speech and Drama Department said, " Mar ty exhibited an exceptional talent for directing. " 46 A Man for All Seasons The Common Man Marty Hendrickson Sir Thomas More Joel Williams Master Richard Rich Wil Collins The Duke of Norfold Larimore Henley Lady Alice More Nancy Taylor Lady Margaret More Carol Laidlaw Cardinal Wolsey Steve Kean Thomas Cromwell Ken Seale Signor Chapuys Bill Trammell Chapuys ' Attendant Jimmy Folsom William Roper James McClellan King Henry the Eighth Steve Kean A Woman Stephanie Sauer Thomas Crammer Rick Speigner The Daily Grind — Day After Day . 50 GHARbEY ' S AUNT byftraiidoii T oipas Starring Mr Jor}atl?ai} fjarris CAST OF CHARACTERS Jack Chesney Steve Kean Bassett Lee Lowery Charles Wykeham Keith Caldwell Lord Fancourt Babberley Steve Holt Colonel Sir Francis Chesney Joel Williams Kitty Verdun Alice McConkey Amy Spettigue Debbie Crew Stephen Spettigue Mr. Jonathan Harris Wil Collins — Understudy Donna Lucia D ' Alvadorez Lynn Hayes Ela Delahay Bridget Crumplet 52 53 The Characters Faust Don Freeman Mephistopheles Steve Ke.m Valentin Tim Willis Wagner Keith Caldwell Marguerite Linda Havens and Mary Collier Siebel Susie Shoman Marthe Schwerlein Mary Swindle " Fooling Around " — A Favorite Pastime 59 BOOKING IT 5T y? i ll v.. ' • ■ Bfc i H w 1 i " i ;F i Warm Winter Days Brought Early Spring Arrival Spring time came early at Troy this year and it was welcomed by all. The warm days brought beach trips, outside classes and even sunburn faces. Students studied outside, talked outside, laid around outside, and played outside. The atmosphere was indeed a welcomed one and brought " Spring Fever " to all TSU students in Winter quarter. I 1975-1976 The Year in Review FALL QUARTER 1975 As all school years begin, fall quarter brought back old friends, old teachers and old habits. It was a busy quarter at Troy beginning with the biggest and best sorority rush ever. New resi- dence hall policies made it possible for girls to obtain a pass key without parental consent for the first time. Pep Rallies started and the " great " Troy spirit showed through each one, only to have it somehow die by game time on Saturday. Hurricane Elloise swept through Troy one morn- ing and by afternoon, all that remained was bro- ken limbs and damage. Football games were held in the afternoons this year due to the stadium lights being broken in the hurricane and this brought a new dimension to the games. Home- coming came with the usual excitement as Donna Ray was crowned queen. Linda Rondstadt was big name entertainment and the drama department presented " A Man For All Seasons. " Vixen also appeared on campus as well as the famous gospel group " Truth. " The Greek Sys- tem got into full swing with Delta Chi winning the football intramural and Alpha Gamma Delta winning the sorority volleyball intramurals. Col- onies of Sigma Chi and Delta Kappa Epsilon made their appearance and Kappa Alpha Psi, TSU ' s first black fraternity started organizing. Wright Hall, the old gym, began transforming into a new natatorium to be completed next year and the famous Harold ' s Club was brought back by the Adams Center Union Board. The quarter ended with the football team placing in a tie for third place in the Gulf South Conference and receiving a new head coach for next year. The Cross Country team won the Gulf South Confer- ence with Ed Palmer leading the way. Christmas break was around the corner and a holiday break everyone was in need of. 64 SPRING QUARTER 1976 The academic year draws to a close with the beginning of spring quarter. James Taylor appeared as Big Name Entertainment to a full house in Sartain Hall. Troy State experienced its first Sigma Chi Derby Week which brought much excitement and vigor to the TSU campus. The Opera Workshop pre- sented an outstanding performance of the famous opera " Faust " to a full house in Smith Auditorium every night. " Charley ' s Aunt " was this year ' s Din- ner Theatre production which starred Johnathan Harris. Spring Sports ended well for TSU with the golf team capturing the NCAA Title and also the con- ference title for another year. The tennis and track teams both finished fourth in the conference while baseball finished second in the Gulf South Conference Eastern Division. Mrs. Ralph Adams, TSU ' s first lady was named " Woman of the Year " by the Troy Chamber of Commerce and the new track was named after Dr. J. H. Colley, who served as University Physician for a number of years. The Greek System had another eventful Greek Week as Elizabeth Lemon was crowned Miss Venus. The usual Greek games, parties, and the Greek dance was enjoyed by all and helped bring the Greek system closer as one. The Sound of the South band gave a tremendous concert and a successful journalism symposium was held. The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity received their charter and new cheerleaders were elected in the amphitheater. The annual SGA elections brought much excitement and controversy as Rock Jelli- son and Frank Espy emerged as the victors. Dr. W. T. Wilks, Vice-President and Dean of Academic Affairs retired after 29 years and Dr. Ed Barnett replaced him as Acting Dean. As spring quarter drew to a close, honor socie- ties inducted new members and Honors Day was held in honor of all the stu- dents who had achieved academically for the past year. Mr. Eugene Sherman was presented the 1976 Ingalls Award. Graduation was once again a dream come true for many and a great way to end a great year. Another " Troy Experi- ence " has ended and how it will be remembered depends on how each individ- ual student looks back over it. WINTER QUARTER 1976 Winter quarter brought the start of a bicentennial year and leap year. It began by having PALLADIUM pictures remade at registration. The Southeastern United States band clinic was held here while the debate team gained national recognition with its many wins. Kathy Mowrey was crowned Miss Troy State University as well as taking the titles of Miss Congen ial- ity and the talent award. The Adams Center Union Board hosted a Gay Nineties Party and SGA brought The Spinners as big name entertainment. Once again, the drama department proved a success with the play " Inherit the Wind. " There was also a Dance-a-Thon for retarded children and many TSU stu- dents helped make it a big success. The new band building named in honor of Dr. John M. Long was formally dedicated with many dignitaries present. Dr. Ralph Adams, TSU Presi- dent was named " Man of the Year " by the city of Troy. The TSU band and Collegiate Singers had their annual concerts which were enjoyed by all who attended. The basketball team had a fairly successful season finishing fourth in the Gulf South Conference and being runners-up in the NAII District 27 Playoffs. Due to emphasis on Title IX, the future seems a little brighter for women ' s sports, particularly the Lady Tro- jans. Kappa Alpha Psi was established and tne nursing stu- dents held a very successful blood drive. Spring fever hit early this quarter as warm days came early. The quarter ended with the usual exams and the anticipation of Spring Holidays. 65 A ORGANIZATIONS 67 Student Government Association The Troy State Student Government Association is an organi- zation which has the purpose of communicating between the stu- dents of the school and the Administration and Faculty. In essence, theirs is the responsibility of bridging whatever commu- nication gap that exists. This effort presents both an opportunity and a challenge to the Executive Committee of the S.G.A. in par- ticular and the Senate in general. There always exists a certain amount of apathy among stu- dents on any college campus. This stigma makes the job of com- municating very difficult, indeed. The apathy evolves from the fact that students nowadays are very individualistic, seeming to care only for themselves in a quest for knowledge and prepara- tion for life ' s occupation. The trait of individualism is a healthy one, but it tends to shrink the opportunity for the inspiration of a student body as a whole toward common goals. In spite of the presence of a seemingly apathetic student body, a small nucleus of students have been able to inspire the student body of Troy State to reach a common agreement that the Stu- dent Government Association deserves commendation for its work. This favorable opinion that is shared among students evolves from efforts by the executive committee over the past two years. The leadership has consisted of Paul Staples, president for the past two years; Danny Sikes, Vice President; Debora Ben- ton, Vice President and Senator-at-large; Susie Dover Barr, Vice President; Vickie Hickerson, Senator-at-large; and such leaders as Beth Ann Johnson, Sheila Jenkins, Bruce Fernald, and Peter Wilkes. The Mainstay of the S.G.A. and the reason for so much favor- able commentary has been the reality of good quality big name entertainment. It was part of Paul Staples ' and Danny Sikes ' ini- tial platform that the S.G.A. exchange quanity for quality in the contracting of performances. This has resulted in two sellouts in the past two years; namely, the Olivia Newton-John show and the Linda Ronstadt show. Two other shows that brought over 2,000 in attendance were the Spinners and James Taylor. These are accomplishments of which the student body can be immensely proud and build toward the future. A side light to this accomplishment has been the fact that the S.G.A. is financially solvent from the University with regard to financial backing for concerts. The S.G.A. Senate was also confronted with the familiar prob- lems of the dormitories, cafeteria food, and parking. To these problems there were offered no fantastic solutions, but the S.G.A. made students aware of certain critical realities. First of all, there is no parking problem. The problem is in the matter of convenience for those who commute. Enough parking spaces are available to accommodate all the cars, but the reality is that every- one can not park near the student center, etc. During the past years women have been able to enter and leave the dormitories at all hours. Curfew is a thing of the past for women residents as well as men. The food in the cafeteria has shown improvement as a result of the opening of the lines of communication between SAGA and the student body. Miss Lisa Branch is given credit for this Paul E. Staples, President accomplishment. The Troy State S.G.A. has not, in effect, been the panacea of all the ills that has confronted the student body. The key word is that the S.G.A. has made an honest effort that has led to a certain degree of suc- cess. In essence, this Student Government Association has been inspira- tional toward common goals in a primarily individualistic environment. 7 tY 7 x- Paul E. Staples President 68 Susie Dover Barr, Vice President Vicki Hickerson, Senator at Large Beth Ann Johnson, Secretary 69 Student Government Association Rick Roberts, Vicki Hickerson, Pam White, Debbie Benton, Lisa Branch, David Jacobs, Sheila Jenkins, Beth Ann Johnson, Don Drinkard, Everette Laird, Larry Spicer. BACK: Donnie Smith, Mike Canfield.John Destito, Susie D. Barr, Garel Currey, Anthony Lazzarra, Jean Watson. Lisa Branch Senator of the Year 1976 70 m V= Adams Center Union Board ■1 ■M « ■ N ■i Mi ■ " i ■ The Adams Center Union Board was very active during 1975-76 with its programs. Each quarter the Union Board sponsored current movies along with various programs and involvement in the Association of College Unions — International. Fall Quarter the Union Board was represented at the ACU-I Region VI 1975 Fall Conference in Tampa, Florida. Troy State University was chosen for the site of the 1976 Fall Conference for the Region covering Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi. Debbie Benton was appointed Arrangements Chairperson and Geoff Bedell was elected State Chairperson for Alabama. Spring quarter the Adams Center Union Board was represented in Kansas City at the annual Association of College Unions — International Conference. New programs and insights were gained for the 1976-77 year. SEATED: Mrs. Helen Leverette, Faculty, Debbie Benton, Chairman, Shelia Jenkins, Women ' s Residence, Bill Marrs, Director, Adams Center. STANDING: Dean Gibson, Dean of Student Affairs, Albert Whittle, Business Manager, James O ' Neal, Faculty Representative, Marvin Vick- ers. Director of Student Activities. Debbie Benton ACUI Alternate Assembly Delegate and Arrangements Chairperson Region VI 71 I ' i l i i i i i I i a i i i ■ i i i i Alpha Lambda Delta is a National Society which honors high scholastic achievement during the first year in college. The purpose of the organization is to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning and to assist women students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their unique roles in society. Alpha Lambda Delta Jariif $ y t OFFICERS: L to R: Rachel Ellis, Treasurer; Pamela Paschall, News Editor; Melodye Vergeson, President; Beverly Powell, Vice President Debbie Crew, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: Karen Wilson, Historian. ™£v S? t ' v, P n ' M tT J " SlmS ' t hneidh ° rSt ' R ° Sanne Ly ° n - RaChd E " iS - EVCly " LiVerm0re ' D ° t ButtS ' Kim Enfin « Cr BACK ROW ; L to R: « Millican. Ellen Yarbrough, Kathy Ketcham, Beverly Powell, Melodye Vergeson, Dale Newman, Pam Paschall, Peytie Bowen, Joy Ross, Mona Bishop. 72 Association for Childhood Education Inte rnational JFRONT: Sharon Donimey, Pres. Debbie Mixson, Patricia Williams, Georgia Burnett. BACK: Sharon West, Vice Pres. Susan Young- jblood, Debbie Clark, Mary Berher, Donna Walters, Carolyn Snyder, Kay Jinright, Dr. Charlotte McCombs, Sponsor. Speaking at one of their meetings is Mrs. Lorraine Corley. Administrator from Poke County Health Dept. To the left is Mrs. Ethel Eagen, Local Kindergarten Owner and teacher. To right is president, Sharon Donimey. 73 TSU ' s People in Blue — Building for a Better Tomorrow Air Force ROTC provides exceptional opportunities for outstanding college men and women. The diverse curriculum includes a review of communicative skills, a survey of professionalism, leadership and management concepts, and a study of national security from a military standpoint. In addition to demanding academic work, cadets enjoy extracurricular activities such as intramural sports, Arnold Air Society, Angel Flight, Military Balls and other social activities. AFROTC prepares the cadets for a challenging and rewarding career upon graduation. Cadets are commissioned in the United States Air Force as Second Lieutenants upon graduation and go on to serve their country as professional, dedicated, and responsible leaders. With the job market as it is today, there is an increasing interest in AFROTC. What better way to be guaranteed a job upon graduation than through AFROTC? The formal side of the military — Annual Military Ball. Everyone has an opportunity to excel. Pictured here are the many outstanding cadets and award winners of 1975-76. 74 There ' s something for everyone in ROTC. ROTC Flyers Intramural Softball team. Angle Flight Commander Nancy Ingle Outstanding Angel in the Southeast United States. C Col. Michael T. Folsom. Corps Commander, receiving Legion of Valor 75 The Arnold Air Society is an honorary organization of Air Force ROTC, composed of outstanding Air Force cadets at 172 detachments across the nation. The society engages in various activities which include supporting the Air Force ROTC program on campus, conducting briefings for local high school students, assisting in selective motivational efforts and conducting extracurricular functions. Arnold Air Society FRONT ROW: M.ij W E Holcomb. Advisor; Thomas Cook. Operations Officer; Larry McNew. Commander; Mickey Folsom. Executive Officer; George Kinf. Information and Administration; Andrew Gilmore. Comptroller. BACK: Larry Spicer. Simon Willis. Hugh Ivey. Audrey Doyle. Steve Denham. Kenneth Spivey. Kruse Smith. Fellis Morrow. Joe Jordan. Cliff Armstrong. David Smelser. James Eastman III and John Halud.i 76 Angel Flight OFFICERS: Sue Ray, Operations Officer; Anita Bazzell, Pledge Trainer; Trina Phillips, Chaplain and Parliamentarian; Nancy Ingle, Commander; Coline Hardy, Executive Officer; Pat English, Information Officer; Susan Butler, Administrative Officer; and Catherine Ingram. Comptroller. Angel Flight is a honorary service organization devoted to aiding the progress of the AAS, and in so doing advance and promote interest in the Air Force ROTC and the U.S. Air Force. Angel Flight is also devoted to serving TSU as official University hostesses and to serving the Troy Community. The past year has been very rewarding for the TSU Angels. Angel Flight received the " Samuel E. Anderson Award " signifying the flight which best helps further the AAS objectives. Also, Lt. Col. W. E. Holcomb, AF Advisor, received the " Outstanding Advisor Award " with his wife Betsy receiving the " Outstanding Honorary Angel Award. " A few of the many projects for this year included helping with the Cancer Drive, hostessing the President ' s Box at ballgames, a bookdrive for Draper Prison, and assisting at our local Nursing home. STANDING: Anita Bazzell, Catherine Ingram, Susan Grimes, Aggie Conrad, Susan Butler, Pat English, Jan Merrill, Dale Newman. Sharon Moss, Cathy Henry ' , Lynn Hornsby. Cheryl Biggs. Sue Ray. Ginni Bush, Nancy Ingle. Susan Harris, Nancy Wheeler. SITTING: Jane Davis, Cathy James, Deborah Arnette, Trina Phillips, Rita Folson. Coline Hardy. Jo Anne Cooper. Kim Seifried. 77 Alpha Psi Omega Alpha Psi Omega is organized as an honorary dramatic fraternity for the purpose of providing an honor society for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics. Alpha Psi Omega Technical Award went to: Susie Dotson Freddie Bettin SITTING: Dena Hall, Debbie Crew, Jo Ellen Norman, Alice McConkey. STANDING: Wil Collins, Dr. Dye, Steve Kean, Marty Hendrick- son, Mr. Pinson.Joel Williams. Alpha Psi Omega Awards Steve Holt . . . Tie for Best Actor as Lord Farncourt Babberley in Marty Hendrickson . . . Tie for Best Actor as the Common Man in A CHARLEY ' S AUNT. MAN FOR ALL SEASONS. 78 Kcrrie Millican — Best Supporting Acress for Jamie in INHERIT THE WIND. Summer Stock ' 75 STEVE KEAN is a theatre and music student from Fort Payne, Alabama. Steve began his professional career in musical theatre with the Jenny Wiley Music Theatre company in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. Hired through the Southeastern Theatre Conference, Steve was cast in the 80 member company of actors, musicians and technicians from the Eastern United States. Steve performed in four shows; BRIGADOON, GODSPELL, THE MOST HAPPY FELLA, and MY FAIR LADY. In addition to playing many various character roles, Steve was chorus master, and principal dancer. MARTY HENDRICKSON worked the summer of 1975 at The Lost Colony, America ' s oldest outdoor drama. The Lost Colony is located on Roanoke Island, North Carolina, and is the actual site of the first English settlement. There at the " Colony " he received first-hand training from New York directors, designers, technicians and every night shared the stage with professional actors. Marty ' s job consisted of back-stage and on-stage work — having the principal job of being the company ' s stuntman. Every night for the entire summer Marty died from Indian attacks, fought hand- to-hand with flaming torches, and fell from roofs. Marty was asked to return to the " Colony " for summer of 1976 where he will be taking on more advanced roles. During the summer of 1975 ALICE McCONKEY played the role of Princess Kee Wah Tey in the outdoor drama, THE LEGEND OF DANIEL BOONE, in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Important in the historic story of Daniel Boone, are the Indians. Alice played the daughter of Blackf ish, Chief of the Shawnee nation. " I was married 65 times last summer, he died 64 times ... we were rained out during the middle of a show one time. " While with " Boone, " Alice participated in many promotional activities such as parades, radio and television programs, and the Kentucky State Fair. In addition to the busy schedule of the drama, Alice also organized and directed a professional touring children ' s theatre ensemble, similar to the TSU Pied Pipers. 79 Alumni Hall PROCTORS ROW 1 Buddy Duke, Mike Dodwell. Mason Halackcr, Kent Cassibrey. ROW 2: Chuck Ash, Rick Kravitz. Rob Darnell, Tommy Pike ROW 3: Marshall Myers, Mike Day, Mike Powell, Carol Cumbie. ROW 4: C:iiff Meadows, David Sewell, Greg Whigham, Rodney Rob- inson OFFICE ASSISTANTS Greg Goosby, Dennis Cambel, Buddy Cashwell 80 AIXS HOW I: Dill Maikkix ROW 2 Ken Ellis, Luvon limkr ROW i Clifl Armstrong, (mirp Km ; ROW I Mike Gaitwixxi, Chuck Walker HOUSE COUNCIL ROW I: John Nicddiffcr. Jack Sumner ROW 2: Joe Tarver. Tim Curvtn. ROW 1 David Smelser. Aggie Conrad Sweetheart 8! Afro Club Ix-on Reed, Brenda Russ. Simon Willis. President; Lesia Hollis, Vice President; Marilynn Robinson, Joseph Thornton. Sergeant .it Arms NOT PICTURED: Gwen Hunter and Maria Lamar Kappa Alpha Psi Becomes TSU ' s First Black Fraternity Initiation Activities foi Kappa Alpha I ' m 82 FRONT [..irn Vasser. Strategcrs. Leon Reed; Leon Varner; Historian, Jose Henderson, Joseph Thornton, Harold Teuett. James Myrick; Dean of Pledges, David Felton. BACK: Lam Spiier. Lieutenant Strategics, Simon Willis; President. Andrew Jenkins; Asst. Dean of Pledges. James L. Thompson Jr., Terry Clark. Gerry Lewis. Mike Austin; Vice Polemarch. NOT PICTL ' RFD: Tim Rainey. Sherman Boswcll. Jerome Solomon, Charles Oliver. Greg Kimble. Anitra Hammond Sweetheart _ ' . Argonauts The Argonauts is a leadership and service society consisting of sophomore men. They are elected each spring on basis of character, academics, leadership and extracurricular activities displayed during their freshman year. Mike Powell, Pres.. Arthur Coker, Advisor, Dave Sutherland, Sec.-Treas. I- ' RONT And Whitener, Chuck Nccsc. Mike Powell HACK, (ircj: Soudcrs, Robert Matthews, Steve Holt, Randall Myers, Don McCormick, Dave Morr. Dave Sutherland, Mason Halaekcr. Muddy Ledbettcr, Ken Ellis, Cliff Armstrong, Howard Mathis, Bernard Anderson 84 American Chemical Society The purpose of this chapter is to .it ton I .in opportunity for students of c hemistn . biology . and related dist iplines to better keep up on c urrent developments, to obtain expe ricnee in preparing and presenting cttlnik.il material Ix ' f ore chemical audiences, to instill a professional spirit among its members, and to foster an awareness i t the responsibilities and i hallcngcs of the modern chemist. The Advisor is Dr Sammy W Ingram, Jr.; Chairman, M.u ' McDonald: Vice-Chairman. Dann Ingram: Secretary, Sherer L) vcry . Treasurer, I : .arl Oliver; Publicity ( ihairman. Mike Canfield. COW 1. Left to Right Hobby Price, Dennis Manning. Vicki Pinedore, Randy M x rcr, Karn Johnson. Sandra Dunn. Richard (Mark, Damn ngram. May Mi Donald, Dr. Sammy W. Ingram. Dan Han. Virginia Petritsis. Mark Horrcll. Paul Staples, Steve Windham. John IXstito. lonnic Mickcl. David Wesson R( )W 2: [jeft to Right: James Threlkcld, Mike Kennedy. Pari Oliver. Mike Smith. Mike ( anfield Phi Alpha Theta Phi Alpha Theta is an international honor socicn in I liston It is the largest in number of chapters, of the accredited honor societies holding membership in the Association of ( College I lonor So . ictics. The membership i if Phi Alpha Theta is composed of students .md pn fessi us who have lx - cn clei ted t membership upon the basis of excellence in the studv or the writing of Histon Mk local i bapter of Phi Alpha Theta. lota Mu. is the second oldest honor socicn at I nn State, having been nationally chartered August I, 1961. To be invited to membership one must have a - 1 s made p not a r.igt or Ix 1 1 c r in history miA not less than a 2.D o eraII tirade point average Phi Alpha Theta. with the TSl ' history department, formed lite nucleus of a Histon ( luh in rcsjx nse to interest shi v n In tht TSl ' studc nts. I l« )NT Uk Johns,,,,. .,i M Janasky.Jim Kastman MI 1)1)1.1: Tnmmj Morgan. Mr Post. I). IVav. Pctci VC ' ilkc-s. l)i Milton M Pherson HACK Dr (urns Porter. l: CTCttc Ltird. Charles Arnold. |ohn M.uken ii 85 Recreation Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is the spiritual outreach on the campus provided by the Baptist Churches. Emphasis is given to an inward journey of Bible study, prayer and worship before moving out in mission activities, evangelism and fellowship. Faculty Advisor — Mr. James O ' Neal Campus Minister — Mr. Elbert T. Williams Music Group ;it Vespers UiJJJJU A ££ « 86 f Beta Beta Beta The objects of thisC hapter shall be to .if ford an opportunity for students ol chemistry, biolog) . and related disciplines to become acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that .irises from professional assot iation. to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to better keep up on current developments, to foster a professional spirit among its members, to instill a professional pride in chemistrj and related disciplines, and to foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist I ' RONT TO BACK Mildred Capps,Joe Carmichael. Jim Carpenter, Nancj Champion. Richard Clark. Joe Hyde, Man Jones, Kaitn Johnson. Joe Jordan. C.uln Ketchum. Annii Petritsis, Mane Phillips. Midge Pum-. Nanci Savoic. Sonj.i Ward, Rebc .i.i Parker, Ronnie Bcdsole, Daniel Crean, Mike ( Smith,Jackic Holliday, Rhonda Helm-.. Man McDonald, Donna Smith. Tcrr Gay, Mikt Sherman. Kern Dyess, Alan Adams, Mike Henderson, Janci Wood. Jeanne Cullifer. Michael Kennedy. Dan Hart, Danm Ingram, John Destito. 87 CHALLENGE LIFE " A Time of Christian Fellowship " Sunday Nights — 8:30 89 Clements Hall Debbie W ' asdcn. Shcrn Morn- Council for Exceptional Children The Student G)uncil for Rxctptional Children and Youth is an international organization for all students interested in Special liducation. It provides educational, vocational, and leadership experience and promotes professional responsibility in the field. Membership benefits include subscriptions to three publications OFFICERS Trcas Mrs Carol Lovclacly, Adv , An clyn Sowcll, Prcs , Cindy Turbcrvillc, V . Bonnie Ix-akc, Sc , Debbie I) scrt, ROW 1 Uft to Ri ht Shcrrv Morns. Debbie Dyscrt. Sheila Gilbert. Nanc l.indlxr . l -n- I.inam. and Ncomia Kirkland ROW 2; Ixtt to Ri :ht Mrs Can, I.ovclad Advisor. AnjKrlyn Souell. Patsv Hudson. Cintb Turbemlle. Sharon Pope. Chris Wisham. Doup Wamblis. Ann Bo one Retha Mi Daniel, and Bonnie Uak 91 Collegiate Singers Under the direction of Dr. William R. Denison, the Collegiate Singers have entertained many people on this campus and in the state of Alabama. The Collegiate Singers is a select choir of 60 voices chosen by audition from the entire student body. MEMBERS Anderson, Johnny Aplin, Greg Armstrong, Jeannie Bailey. Annette Baker, Bill Barrett, Steve Baugh, Frank Biggs, Cheryl Boswell, Carolyn Brasher, James Britt, Jerry Bruce, Babs Bryan, Tommy Butler, Susan Buxton. Ray- By rd. Bill Caldwell, Keith Calhoun, Harold Capps,Jack Cobb, Tammy Collier, Clive Collier, Mary Crumpler, Bridget David. Regenia Davis. Laurie Day, Mike Deason, Brenda Dorsey, Paul Dotson, Susie Feldman, Pat Floyd, Holly Fortune, Charles Foster, Jerry Foster. Becky Franklin, Sid Freeman. Don Furr. Alan Godwin, Monta Guy. Patricia Hall. Dean Hartzog, Greg Head, Carl Henderson. Debbie Hillig, Keri Key. Wilson James. Brenda James, Patricia Jerkins, Terry Johnson, Donny Johnson, Rachel Jones. Carol Jones. Rebecca Kean, Steve Courson. Karen Kennedy, Melanie Klusman, George Kirkland, Jennifer Lyon, Rosanne Mallory, Betty Mallory, Fred Mallory, Ronnie Martin, Tonie Martin, LeeVan Matthews, Robert McHearg, Libba McMahon, James Middleton, Leanne Mikell.Joey Milner, Bobby Money, Carylon Money, Ethel Moorer, Deborah Mowrey, Kathy Myers, Randal Neese, Chuck Neudecker, Alita Payne, Tom Primm, Shannon Rankin, Tony Reeves. Marjorie Revell, Linda Richardson, Amy Richardson, Danny Roberts, Anne Rogers, Ethel Salvers, Donna Schofield, Wanda Self, Ed Shell, Kathy Shelley, Karen Shoman, Susie Souders, Greg Spivey, Kenny Spooner, Kim Sprinkle, Sherri Steinbauer, Connie Stewart, Elaine Swindle, Mary Tardif f. Connie Taylor, Nancy Vistart, Rommy Ward, Janice- West, Susette Whitener, John Williams. Ruthie Willis, Tim Wilkes, Karen 92 ■ kfcjKT- . lUAdl ' 1 — li KMfc 1 m i m mm ■ I Baldwin JH W fck _ ,-. ; " : K IT n«M Circle K The Circle K of Troy State University is a service organization sponsored by the Troy Kiwanis Club. The club is active in many campus and civic activities during the year including Homecoming and charity fund raising projects. FRONT TO HACK Debora Arnetce.Jim Dixon. Eloise Fields.Jim Siclari, George Petrey, K.irin Patni. Murry L.itt. Linda Hale, B.irb.ir.i Creswell, Tina Gx k. Gloria Robbins, Marva Laurns, B.irb.iu Robbin- Yuntrill Watters. 94 YARC — Youth Association for Retarded Children FRONT: Sharon Porn.-. Dun-- l.inam. Susie B.irr. Mrs. Carol I.mcl.ul BACK Connie Tindell, I ' .u Knglish, Laurie Cappcll, ( on- nie Daniel. Susan Criffin. Neomia Kirkland, Deinise Ward. The Youth Association for Retarded Citizens is affiliated with the Ux ' al, state, and national organizations. The main purpose is to pro ide services to the retarded on a one- to-one basis and to give them opportunities to experience social interaction with normal youth. The major project of the T.S.I : . Chapter was a Daiue-a-thon which was held in February . ( )ver 51 ,200 w .is collected for the purpose of aiding in the work with the retarded children. Don Drinkard and Mona Bishop were the w inners of this event. Another project was the establishment of the Buddy Program. F.ach YARC member chose a child in the counts and became his builiK for the quarter. The last week all the children were brought on campus for a Circus Party. 95 Delta Sigma Pi is a national professional business fraternity. Delta Sigma Pi fosters the study of business in universities; encourages scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; promotes closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce; and furthers a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Delta Sigma Pi 96 N W r l ff) i Mn K - v 1 m David Whiglcy, III Dean Allm.in, Senior Advisor Muj:h Ivcy, President Mik Day, Vm President D ug Plash. So n tar) Jerry VX ' ixkI, Treasurer Buddy Udlxttcr. Jiancellor Prank [Jaugh. VP Pledge I-ducation Bill Armstrong Mike ( ' .ivni Jim Dai ley Archie Dalbey Mike [ xlwell Mike Pindlcv (Charles Hanners Roger Km ( ilenn Majors Cliff Meadows Uiuik Neese Wayne Roberts Mack Sadler David Simmons 97 Sigma Delta Chi The Society of Professional Journalists. Sigma Delta Chi, was founded at DePauw University in 1909- The Troy State chapter was organized in 19 7 6, becoming the second student group in the state. Students in good standing who plan to make their careers in journalism are eligible to be elected to membership. The organization is dedicated to advancing the standards of journalism by fostering a high ethical code. The motto is " They Serve Best Who Serve the Truth " : and the society ' s c atchwords are Talent, Truth, Energ) . CHARTERING OFFICERS L. TO R Thomas E. Huks. Vice President; Cynthia M Smith. Secretary-Treasurer; Margaret Mehearg, President 98 HPER Club — Health, Physical Education and Recreation The HPER Club is Troy State ' s physical education major ' s club. The members of HPER encourage interest in the profession of Physical Education and membership is open to any physical education major or minor. They are also active in many campus activities. OFFICERS — Chuck Walker, President; Hank Dailey, Sec.-Treas.; Rick Sandretto, Vice President FRONT: Rick Moody, Tommy Pike, Chns Wisham, Evelyn Robinson, Chuck Walker. Susan Scherer. BACK. R.ck Moody, Tony McDonald, Twyla Myers. Bruc, 1 lal 99 Gamma Beta Phi Gamma Beta Phi is an honor society which emphasizes service to education. Students in the top twenn percent of each class are eligible for membership. Among the society ' s activities are the coke breaks — free cokes .it fall and spring registration — the Gamma Beta Phi outstanding student award, presented to Kenny Alford in 19 " 7 6, recruiting students for Troy State and ushering at university related functions. The Gamma Beta Phi Mate convention was held on the TSU campus in November, 1975. Attending were four chapter advisors: Dr. Canfield, TSU Advisor, Ms. Peggy Linn, TSUM Assoc. Advisor, Ms. Peggy Camp, TSUM School of Nursing Advisor, Dr. Dewey Harden, TSU Dothan Ft. Ruckcr Advisor. In back are Kenny Alford, T - 7 6 President at TSU and Dr. Aaron Todd of Murf reesboro, Tenn., National executive secretary. NEW OFFICERS —Joel Williams. Pres , Paul Bartley, Vue Pres , Kathleen Jones. Con Sec , Vicki Prcscott, Record ing Sec; Tom Keith. Treas , Evelyn Livermore, Asst Trc.is .John Destito, Parliamentarian. BACK Kenny Alford. 75-76 Pres. 100 101 Hamil Hall With an attitude that Dorm living should be as comfortable as possible, the House Council has provided projects, entertainment, and an " open door policy " for Hamil Hall residents. The " Shaping of the Trojan " was the Homecoming project which involved papier-macheing a ten foot trojan, a lion, and a shield. Two parties were given during the year. The annual Valentine ' s Party provided lots of entertainment with the " Ugly Valentine Contest " and a skit. Besides providing entertainment, food, and drink, the parties provide an excellent opportunity for the residents to get to know each other. The " open door policy " also enables residents to voice complaints with the assurance that action will be taken. The ADs also share the House Council ' s attitude and have aided tremendously in the " open door policy. " ROW 1: Pam Davis, Treasurer; Pam White, V-Pres.; Karen Brookshire, Patty Herbst. ROW 2: Carol Barnwell, Secretary; Linda Neighbors. ROW 3: Mona Davis, Robin Christmas, Lisa Branch, President. AD ' S: Jennifer Smith, Sherri Sprinkle, Cathy Ingram, Judith Kensler.Janet Antley, Cindy Gary. NOT PICTURED: Connie Bryan. 102 International Students Cultural Organization to R.; STANDING: Abimbola Makanjuola, Kanm Patni, Gary Ellis Byrd, Vice President; John Paul Newman, Secretary; Harald Danial to R.; SITTING: Miss Mary Jane Baker, Advisor; Carol Laidlaw, Yoko Takeuchi, Treasurer. Mixon Hudson, Mirza G. M. Baig, President. 103 BA( K R( W Richard Knight, Mark Mills, |ohn Harlow, Howard Mathis, Dennis Baker, Tom Padget, Paul Crutchfield, Danny Luster, BUI Baker. Ricky Speigner, Mike Williams Ronns Mall, Phil Mika, Ir . Peter Hines, Terry Croslin, Harold Blankenship FRONT ROW: David Wigley.Gary Withersjohn McGill, Fred Rattan. Donnelly Martin, Mike Joiner, Hank Howell. Tony Sura-, NOT PICTURED Sidney Franklin, Jr.. Terry Jerkins, Freddie Mallary, Rex Parrish. Larry Snead, Or John M Long. Faculty Advisor 104 mm Kappa Kappa Psi Officers Tom Padgct. Parliamentarian; Howard Machis, Treasurer; Harold rJlankenship. Presideni; Peter Hines, Secretary . I k. Knight. Vict Presideni 105 Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi is the oldest honor society on the Troy State University campus. It is the only organization at Troy State to honor education students. As stated in the Constitution and By-Laws, the purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high professional, intellectual and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. Only juniors, seniors and graduate students in the upper one-fifth of the academic rating are invited to membership. Projects are the L. S. Vanderford Memorial Scholarship Fund, the Foy Ingram Cummings Memorial Fund, W. P. Lewis Award to the Outstanding Junior in Education and the R. H. Ervin Award to the Outstanding Senior in Education. Members L to R: Debbie Dysert, Treas. ; Betty Greer, Secretary; Sharon Dominey, Historian Reporter; Patsy Hudson, President; Cindy Wilson, Vice President; Dr. Mike Coven, Co-Counselor; Dr. Horace Nelson, Counselor. Mary Jane Baker Dr Susan Barr Rhonda Bowden Annette Beasley Rita Carpenter Fawn Chappell Rosemary Clibery Rebecca Conner Cathleen Cook Ann Coppedge Carroll Cumbee Melinda Cunningham John Davis Rheba Eloney Sharon Dominey Debbie Dysert James Eastman Pat English Vicki Finedore Michael Folsom Harry Gilmore Betty Greer Henry Griffith Sharon Hatfield Linda Havens Patsy Hudson Jan Jeter Mary Johnson Marvin Jones Bonita Kelley Gayle Killough Peggy King Pamela Law Carol Lovelady Marjorie Lurie John MacKenzie Joannie Marshall and Dr. R. McCombs Doborah Meadows Rosalind Mitchell Deborah Mixson Tommy Morgan Valerie Perdue Sonja Phillips Sharon L. Pope Leta Anne Poston Debra Powell Marjorie Reaves Carol Reiffenstein Sybil Rich Lorie Rittenbach Joyce Rodgers Amy Saliba Carole Seitz Robin Shuman Beth Shaw Sarah Smith Susan Snellgrove Cynthia Stokes Wanda Strickland Gary Talbot Deborah Taylor Phyllis Tompkin Susan Rurner Jeff Vardo Joseph Varner Charles Walker William Walter Virginia Watson Cynthia Wilson Sherrie Wilson Susan Youngblood Denise Zachry Deborah Zorn 106 h m • Lambda Alpha Epsilon Lambda Alpha Epsilon is an association devoted to the furtherance of professionalism in all areas of criminal justice. Membership is composed of persons who are formally committed to the field of criminal justice either through their education or their employment. " The association is dedicated to the furtherance of professional standards of criminal justice; the fostering of assistance and understanding between members; and the promotion of greater public understanding of the problems and objectives of those agencies devoted to the administration of criminal justice. ' " ■ .L. ! 1 MCK Hiram Dai -. BevcrK H.uIko •-. Ro Houlton. David Carroll. L.irri ' ►.. |u Haves. Jennifer Smith, and. lodii Stafford. Angeleon Kervin.Juanita Felter. Bill, Daniel Blair. Gerald Cuter FRONT: Jennifer Fox. Nita Denton. Jean Wats Hudson. ikxk Bi 107 Shackleford Hall pb m ' ' 1 STANDING Mon.i Bishop. Vice President; Wend) Dawson. Secretar) Treasurer. SHATF.D: Debbie Ionian. President iv ( K ROW; I. to K Jan Kill.im. Jan Markham. Marjorie T ner. Roseman C libre . Sliamum Primm l- ' RONI ROW I ro K R.uhd Mlis. IVbbit Markham. Debbie Ionian. Wernh Dawson 108 Omicron Delta Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa. National Leadership Honor Society, was founded December 3, IV1 i. ai Washington and Ixx University, l exington. Virginia. b fifteen student and faculty leaders. The Society was established to recognize outstanding leaders and to bring together exceptional students, faculty, and administrators on a basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpfulness. By definition. Society membership is highly selet tive. and only the most outstanding individuals are tapped. ODK members must possess leadership abilities in several areas of campus life because the Society places emphasis upon the whole person, both as a member of the college community and as a prospective contributor to a better society . The Troy State Circle was founded in 19 7 3. Through the efforts of the local undergraduate and faculty members the Troy Circle has established itself as the prestigious, leadership-recognition organization on campus. The Circle members are active in their individual activities, and collectively the Society sponsors a number of campus and community service projects. STANDING; L to R. Joel W, Williams. Anthony l..i .ir.i. Geoffrey Spann. David Jacobs, Dannj Martin. Robert Cauthen, Gar I.. Branch. Dr. Edward F Harnett. Dr. Ralph W Adams. Mr Rick Stetson, Dr. Joseph Mitchell. Dr. Norma Mitchell. Or. W. T. VC ' ilks. Ervin I, Wood, Mrs Jean Man,. Larry S picer. F.verette Laird. Brine Fernald. and Donnie Smith. SF.ATF.D; I. to R Ian Jeter. Debbie Benton. Sharon L Pope. Carol Reiffenstein, Elizabeth Schneidhorst, Susan D. Barr.Jo Ellen Norman. Pam Davis. Mary Susan Taylor, Nancy Ingle. Sharon Domi- nev. Rcbcci.i Eady. 109 Psi Lambda Psi Lambda is designed to promote interest and understanding in Psychology. Various projects are sponsored each quarter including guest speakers and fund raising activities. Active membership is open to any and all Psychology majors and minors, also graduate students in Counseling and Guidance. LEFT TO RIGHT: Sponsor, Dr. Josephine Warner, Pameal Boyd, Chris Wisham, Faye Stewart, Rosie Hines, President, Michael Wayne Phillips, Vice President and Mary Jane Phillips, Secretary-Treasurer. Phi Gamma Nu Phi Gamma Nu is a business organization for business majors and minors. One must have taken at least ten hours in business and have a 1.0 overall average to be eligible for membership. SEATED; Left to Right: Sharon Reed, Parliamentarian, Amelia Ward, Historian, Fleta Gardner, Treasurer, Beverly Hathcock, President, Terrica Hood, Vice President, Vicky Brown, Secretary. STANDING; Left to Right: Jennilee Smith, Verdis Williams, Barbara Barrus, Pat Harris, Lottie Hall, Jean Turner, Shelby Waldrop, Jana Holt, Joy Milliner, Advisor, Susan Oliver, Laura Sonnen, Judith Kensler, Amy Saliba, Cheryll Picket, Cindy Ward, Ellen McGowin, Marshella Benton, and Mary Susan Taylor. 110 Phi Kappa Phi The prime objective of Phi Kappa Phi is to emphasize scholarship and character in the thought of college students, to foster the significant purposes for which institutions of higher learning have been founded, and to stimulate mental achievement by recognition through election to membership. The Greek letters of Phi Kappa Phi are taken from the society ' s motto — Philosophia Drateito Photon, " Let the love of learning rule mankind. " Phi Kappa Phi thus proclaims that the desire for knowledge is universal in mankind. It is the purpose of the society to recognize, to promote, and to honor that " love of learning. " Election to Phi Kappa Phi is the highest academic honor at Troy State. In general, our initiates will come from those outstanding Seniors who have compiled a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5. Minimum averages for the few Juniors to be elected are 2. 7 . Graduate Students must have an average of at least 2.8. The TSU Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi challenges our students and faculty to make our institution universally recognized for scholastic and academic excellence. Dr. Schrocder, Pres; Jean Mary, 1st Vice Pres.; Joyce Roclgers, 2nd Vice Pres.; Dr. Tway, Sec.-Tre.i-. Ethel Sanders, Recording Sec; Robert Pinson, Public Relations Officer 19 - 6 MEMBERSHIP Dorothy Adams Dr. Ralph Adams Kenny Alford Charles Arnold. Jr. Susan Barr Dr. Donald Barras Dr. Benjamin Bateman Annette Beasley Billy Daniel Blair Rhonda Bowden Dr. John Bowling Sandra Butler Dr. Rosemary Canfield Sidney Childers. Jr. Dawn Clenney Thomas Cook Ann Marie Coppedge Louie Courson Dr. Wayne Curtis Carlotta Dannelly Fred Davis Dr. William Denison Sharon Dominey Dr. David Dye Rebecca Eady June Estes Vicki Finedore Jennifer Fox Gail Gachet Cynthia Gates Frances Diane Gibbs Patrick Goodwin Cordelia Gray Mary Spinks Grider Kieth Harvery Sharon Hatfield Joe Hooten Patsy Hudson Annette Hughes Danny Ingram Denise Jacquart Paul Johnson Theresa Johnson Bonita Kelly Dr. Raymond Kisner Dr. Martin Kruskopf Dr. John M. Long Jean Man Mary Mathis Dr. Ray Mathis Ellen Ann McGowin Dr. Joseph Mitchell Dr. Norma Mitchell Rosalind Mitchell Frankie Muller Dr. John Muller Betty Murphy Amy Gene Norris William Earl Oliver Eugene Omasta Vivian Peebles Donna Pettie Robert Pinson Sharon Lovelady Pope Dr. Curtis Porter Roger Alan Powell Carol Reiffenstein Dr. Joseph Roberts Joyce Rodgers Dr. Rountree Paula Ryals Ethel Sanders Patti Scarsbrook Dr. Schroeder Dr. Anna Smith Paul Staples Roxanna Stewart Dr. Duane Tway Dr. Edward Ward Joseph Varner.Jr. Linda Waller Sherrie Wilson Brenda Kay Wood Ablert Whittle Jr. I. C Wilks Dr " W. T. Wilks ABOVE: Winter Quarter Initiates BELOW: Spring Quarter Initiates 111 Phi Eta Sigma Phi Eta Sigma is a national honor society designed to recognize young men and women who have been particularly outstanding during their freshman year of collegiate life. Only those individuals who have clearly demonstrated outstanding scholastic and leadership abilities are recognized and initiated into Phi Eta Sigma. Phi Eta Sigma emphasizes those personal qualities which are essential to a successful and happy life. These qualities are a vigorous and disciplined mind, a strong healthy body, and a noble, generous character. These qualities are emphasized because they are best developed during the beginning years of collegiate life. Phi Eta Sigma was established at Troy State in May of 1974. Many of the University faculty and staff members and student leaders have been tapped for membership since the chapter ' s inception. ROW ONE: Andy Whitener, Cornelia Fryer, Sue Mungenast, Janice Boyd, Darlene Carter, Karen Reed, Carol Laidlaw, Barney Hulsey, Randall Moore. ROW TWO: Dean Ervin L. Wood, Dean Gary L. Branch, Dr. Edward F. Barnett, Dr. Ralph W. Adams, Tim Cumuze, Danny Ingram, Tommy Morgan, James C. Shore, Michael A. Joiner, Howard Lee Grimes, Jr. 112 The Pied Pipers The Pied Pipers are Troy State University ' s touring theatre for lower elementary school students. They have delighted audiences throughout Pike County and in other counties throughout the state. The group presents animal improvisations and nursery rhymes along with fairy tales that have become children ' s classics. The group is under the direction of Dr. David Dye and performs to thousands of students each year. SITTING: Kerrie Millican, Ken Scale, Jo Ellen Norman, Susan Walden, Debbie Crew, Bird LeCroy, Joel Williams. STANDING BACK: Marry Hendrickson, Alice McConkey, Wil Collins, Carol Laidlaw. NOT PICTURED: Keith Caldwell, Bridget Crumpler. 113 Phi Mu Alpha The Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was founded on the Troy State campus in I960. It is an honorary fraternity which exists to foster brotherhood among music students and to promote music in America. The brothers usher all musical events and sponsor the band concert each spring. Membership is open to all interested male students with music majors or minors. ROW 1: Oliver Boone, Bill Byrd, Bill Anderson. ROW 2: Dane Lawley, Steve Kean, Tim Hammond, Jon Goad, Tony Whetstone, Greg Hartzog. ROW 3: George Beals, Mike Smith, Ricky Speigner, Teddy Phillips, Victor Dickenson, Robert Mathews, Joey Knight, Don Freeman. ROW 4: David Kirby, Jimmy Folsom, Willard Snell, George Barfield, Larry Snead, Charlie Jones, Jeff Sheffield, Joe Keating. ROW 5: Dennis Johnson, Melvin Harris, Randall Myres, James Connor, James Pinyan, Pitt LaCarter, Tom Padget, Mark Skinner, Marty Hen- drickson. 114 Sigma Alpha Iota Sigma Alpha Iota is an international professional fraternity for women in the field of music. The Delta Zeta Chapter of Troy State University was organized in 1963. Sigma Alpha Iota sponsors many beneficial projects. Among these are the International Music Fund which provides rehabilitation through music and the Braille Music Project. The Members are active in the concert and the marching bands, the Madrigals, and the Collegiate Singers. FRONT: Susan Johnson, Treas. ; Connie Tardiff, Editor; Susie Shoman, Vice Pres.; Sonja Phillips, Reporter. BACK: Carol Reiffenstein, Sgt. at Arms; Ethel Rogers, Rec. Sec.; Susie Dotson, President; Denny Jacquart. Chaplain; Mary Swindle, Choral Director. ROW 1: Jeanie Armstrong, Bridget Crumpler, Susie Shoman. ROW 2: Connie Tardiff, Betty Bates, Karen Shelley, Kathy Shell, Carol Jones, Debbie Hender- son, Susie Dotson, Mary Swindle. ROW 3 : Ann Roberts, Annette Bailey, Ethel Rogers, Roxann Jarman, Gail Walters, Arlene Clemente, Denny Jacquart, Carol Reiffenstein, Susan Johnson. ROW 4: Jennifer Glenn, Dawn Rodgers, Glenda Parker, Sonja Phillips. ROW 5: Shannon Prim, Nancy Taylor, Deana Hall. Karen Lundy, Libba McHearg, Marci Kluttz. 115 1H " 1 Social Rehabilitation Services FRONT ROW; L. to R.: Rosalyn Bennett, Jenniffer Smith, Debbra Eubanks, Ingrid Morris, Stella Hobdy, JoAnn Turner. BACK ROW; L. to R.: Barbara Creswell, Gordon Dunn, Charles Whitson, David Adams, Mary Johnson, Gena Kendrick. 116 The Spires Club of Troy State University is a service organization which provides special services to the campus. The group is composed of junior and senior women of high moral character and high academic standing. Their services to the campus include ushering, tutoring, and serving during homecoming activities. Spires FRONT; L. to R.: Sharon Pope, Dawn Clenney, Mary Susan Taylor, Joyce Mrs. Mary Mathis, Advisor. ers, Rebecca Eady. BACK; L. to R.: Carol Reiffenstein, Theresa Mount Johnson, Pam Davis, Sharon Donimey, and 117 Student Nurses Association The Student Nurses Association is an organization for students whose major is nursing and who are interested in trying to broaden their knowledge of the medical field and improve the nursing department in any way possible. The group meets twice a month and usually has a speaker who is in some way associated with the health field. Members of the SNA participate in projects such as the Blood Drive, Health Careers Day, and a Hypertensive Screening Clinic each year. FRONT: P arile Casey, Trina Phillips, Laura Edwards, Ethel Warren, Debi Aplin, Cozette Nichols, Melondie Taylor, Janeth Gaultney, Helen Trudell, Monta Godwin. MIDDLE: Rebecca Brock, Flora Bennett, Alice Steele, Becky Watson, Brend2 Windham, Connie Tapper, Brenda Large, Winnie Kerfoot. BACK: Larry Free, Advisor Ann Harmon, Marvin Skinner, President; Steve Stiaughn, Paul Bartlcy, Geolfrey Bedell. 118 SNEA — Student National Education Association SITTING: Philip Henson. President. STANDING: Dr. Kimbrough, Sponsor; Patsy Hudson, Vice President; Dr. R. McCombs, Co-Sp onsor. 119 Sigma Tail Delta Pi Lambda is an active chapter which embraces all of the purposes, goals, and opportunities of Sigma Tau Delta, the National English Honor Society. Founded in 1924, Sigma Tau Delta has over 120 active chapters throughout the country with a total membership of 24,000. The primary purpose of Sigma Tau Delta are to confer distinction for high achievement in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies in English language and literature; to provide cultural stimulation on college campuses through its local chapters; and to foster a spirit of fellowship among men and women majoring and minoring in English. To be eligible for membership in Sigma Tau Delta, undergraduate students must be earning either a major or minor in English, must have a " B " average in English, and must have a2.0 overall grade point average. FRONT ROW (SEATED); Left to Right: Mrs. Theresa M. Johnson, Vice President; Mrs. Faye Senn, Secretary-Treasurer; Miss Betty M. Greer, President; Dr. Joseph B. Roberts, Jr., Advisor. SECOND ROW; Left to Right: Cynthia Stokes, Pamela J. Davis, Frances D. Gibbs, Carol Barr, Denise K. Zachry, Nancy Weeks and Allen D. Dillon. THIRD ROW; Left to Right: Connie Dement, Ted W. Stone, Marjorie A. Reaves, Kenneth W. Alford, Vicki Prescott, Debra Mixon, Charles E. Walker, and John N. Young. Tau Beta Sigma Tau Beta Sigma is an honorary sorority for members of the college band. This organization provides many services for Troy State ' s " Sound of the South " band. During the fall quarter, Tau Beta Sigma co- sponsors the " Notebook, " a mimeographed paper that is distributed to the band members on off-trips to ball games. Tau Beta Sigma, also supervises registration at the annual Southeast United States Concert Band Clinic held at Troy State University. FRONT ROW; Left to Right: Connie Tardiff, Carol Gardner, Brenda James, Pat Alverson, Secretary; Nancy Janasky, Vice President; Amy Mann, Presi- dent; Mrs. David Eisler, Sponsor; Annette Bailey and Gail Walters. BACK ROW; Left to Right: Nina Goolsby, Daucie Bruner, Julie Marshall, Treasurer; Debbie Johnston, Joetta Springs, Gale Wildes, Betty Mallory, Kathy Hurst, Alice Bloom, Lynn Kent, Marie Phillips, Lena Reffet, Lori Hart, Arden Burn- ham, Regine Wiley, and Margaret Cooper. 120 Veterans Club OFFICERS — Rick Stetson, Advisor; Mike Smith, Richard Canthon, Roy Johns, Dan Han, Henry Greenhill, Dr. Carroll The Troy State Veterans Club has evolved into one of the more active organizations on campus. In the summer of ' 75 the group sponsored a Fourth of July address by Dr. John Carroll on the significance of the fighting man in American history. Fall Quarter, the veterans participated in the Homecoming Day Parade. Representatives of each of the four branches of service were featured on the field in a special pre-game observance at homecoming. The club was responsible for achieving the three-week " mini-quarter " held during December and also hosted the first meeting of the Alabama Veterans Association. It was through the efforts of members in the TSU Vets Club that the AVA was created. The club helped promote a feeling of patriotism by conducting Veterans and Memorial Day observances and by arranging for the first Bicentennial event of 1976 at TSU, an address by Dr. Anthony Kubek, TSU Professor of Political Science. FRONT: Dr. Carroll, Rick Stetson, Roger Bowers, John Lee, John R Smith, Sonia McDonald, Janice Boyd, Earnestine Wallace, Yuntrill Watters, Cathleen Cook, Dr. Anothy Kubek. BACK: Henry Greenhill, Richard Canthon, Roy Johns, Dan Hart, John Norris, Mike C. Smith, Dean Isaacs, Karin Patni, James Elledge, Kerry Pantridge, Joey Baulch, Richard Cole, Thomas Cook. 121 THE TROPOLITAN TROY STATE UNIVERSITY TROY, ALABAMA ABOVE: Robin Caldwell, Editor BELOW: Bob Williams, Photographer and Staff Writer Margie Tyner, Staff Writer THE TROPOLITAN THE TROPOLITAN, the official student newspaper at Troy State University, is distributed free of charge each Thursday of fall, winter and spring quarters, excluding the first full week of classes each quarter and the week prior to final examinations. All writing, editing, layouts, paste-ups, and the selling of advertising arc done by and for students ofTSU. OFFICES are located on the ground floor of Lurleen B. Wallace Hall. PHONE is extensions 421, 422 or 423, 566-3000. POST OFFICE box is Number 50. Robin Caldwell Editor Bill Wasden Business Manager John Norris News Editor Kerrie Millican Feature Editor David Grimes Sports Editor Jim McClellan Artist, Entertainment Editor Bill Zimmerman, Barbara Findley Staff Writers John Canfidd, Allen Dillon, Marilee Catalano, Cindy Fetter, Ron Pierce, Phillip Willis, Teresa Harrison, Rich Cole, Jimmy Pittman, Donna Salyer, Bob Williams Keith Caldwell Circulation Manager Tom Bracewell Advertising Assistant John Canfidd Head Design Ronnie Lisenby Photography Larry Snead, Terry Croalin Mrs. Judy Wagnon Managing Editor John Vance, Photographer 123 Palladium Staff Here we are, your PALLADIUM Staff Members — all sane, smiling, organized people!! Come by the office sometime and see for yourself! The PALLADIUM staff attended the annual ACCAP Convention in St. Louis, Missouri in October and sponsored the Miss TSU Pageant in January. It has been a busy, productive year, with lots of problems, solutions to some problems and not some, and many deadlines that somehow came all too soon. We hope we have told the story of 1975-76 as it happened on the TSU campus. ABOVE: Jacqueline S. Crawley, Advisor BELOW: Bill Sankey, Business Manager ABOVE: Beth Bridges, Editor-in-Chief BELOW: Dannylu James, Associate Editor PHOTOGRAPHERS — Terry Croslin, James Clower, Ron Lisenby. NOT PICTURED Steve Stubblefield. Beth Bridges, 1976 Editor congratulating 1977 Editor, Ron Pierce. 125 ■ mrt J GREEKS 127 Panhellenic The Panhellenic Association consists of representatives from each sorority on campus. The objective of Panhellenic is to develop and maintain fraternity life and interfraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment. The Panhellenic sponsors the Miss Venus pageant during Greek Week each year. Panhellenic also gives a scholarship trophy to the sorority which has the best grade point average each quarter. Each year the delegates attend a Southeastern Panhellenic Conference. The conference this year was held in Athens, Ga. The delegates gained leadership experience and compared their problems to the problems of other universities. This helped the delegates realize the importance of good interfraternity relations. W YulK flnfdt Lu, anet Antley, Panhellenic President ► •-■- I Tr - " ! ' " , SEATED: Sandra Morgan (Treasurer), Janet Antley (President), Connie Bryan (Secretary), Jeanie Johnson. STANDING: Teresa Pentz (Vice-President), Ramona Kyzar, Miss King (Advisor), Kathy Sistrunk, Cindy Fetter, Nancy Wheeler. 128 Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council of Troy State University is comprised of nine fraternities: Theta Chi, Delta Chi, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Chi, Sigma Pi. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Alpha Psi, and Lambda Chi Alpha. These nine fraternities strive to carry out the Interfraternity Council ' s objectives which are to promote the interests of the University : to promote the interests of the fraternities represented; to promote the interests of University fraternities in general; to insure cooperation between the fraternities and University authorities to the end that the condition of the fraternities and their relations with the University authorities may be improved; to serve as representative of the social fraternities to the general public; to insure cooperation among the fraternities of the campus; to discuss questions of mutual interest and to present to the fraternities such recommendations as the Council see fit; and to promote and preserve good scholarship. As being a member of the IFC for the past three years, and serving the Council as a representative, as the Vice President and as the President. I can honestly say that the IFC has progressed from a weak and apathetic organization to a strong and unified body. H. L. Smith. President STANDING: Ken Talley. Mark Smith. Simon Willis. Joel Williams. Bruce Fernald. Jimmy Brook. Benny Busbee. Clark Stewart. Jay Scott. Clive Collier, Mr Marvin Vickcrs, Advisor SITTING: H. L Smith. Frank Waites. Mike Roundtree. Kevin Steele. Andy Hall. Randall Smith, Barry McReynolds, Frank Espy. Clayton Pippin. Leon Reed. Mark Tyler 129 Alpha Delta Pi Anywhere there ' s fun and excitement, you ' ll find at least one Alpha Delta Pi. Since Alpha Delta Pi ' s founding at Wesleyan College in 1851, 124 of our chapters have sprung up in the United States and Canada. It is a growing and functional sorority bound to the traditions of the past and adapting to an advancing future. Alpha Delta Pi ' s motto, " we live for each other, " expresses the feeling that binds the sisters together in an endless circle of love and understanding. This circle offers its friendship to you throughout your college experience. Friendship is Alpha Delta Pi . . . yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Mjn. Anderson, Jo K.ircn Antlcy C arol: Antlcy, Janet Batchelor, Bebc Benton, Debbie Brannon, Mar Jane Brooks, Jane Burge, Beverly Burns. Lynn Davis, Mona Davis, Susan Day, Carol Etheridge, Donna Etheridge, Lisa Elliott, Beth Gill, Myra Milner, Liz Griswold, Peggy Harbuck, Jennifer Harrison, Miriam Hayes, Jo Hickerson, Vicky Hornsby, Lynn Hurt, Marsha Janasky, Nancy Jenkins, Shelia Jeter, Jan Johnson, Beth Ann Johnston, Debbie Kelly, Susie Lee, Fredene McCurry, Marion McPherson, Kathy Moore, Sharon Neudecker, Alita Oliver, Betty Penneul, Linda Raley, Toni Richardson. Gloria Rodgers. Joyce Sanders, Brenda Sauer. Stephanie Sistrunk, Kathy Jo ■Wall, Kathy Wallace. Wanda Wilson. Julie Wilson, Lisa Worthington, Debbie Wyatt, Brenda 131 Alpha Gamma Delta Between the innocence of girlhood and leading to the wisdom of maturity, we find that amazing young woman known as an Alpha Gam. Alpha Gams are found in tennis shoes and clogs, in bathing suits and formals, in campus offices and community service, wearing an apron or a crown, behind a trophy, in a kitchen, but always with " something special about her. " No one but an Alpha Gam can wear a pearl pin so proudly nor so truly know the meaning of a buff or crimson rose. An Alpha Gam has the world and its treasures but she also has a special corner she shares with her sisters. She knows that sisterhood is laughing and crying together and it is far more than words can say. Ann .i Beard, Robin Bens, Renee Biggs, ( " hen. I Bridges, Beth Butler. Amy Butler. Sushi Conrad, Aggie Cooper.Joanne Coulter. Lynda Culpepper, Susan Davidson, Susan I jvis, Jane- Ellison. Julie Estes, Tricia Grimes, Susan Guy. Tricia Hamrick.Jbrine Hanna. Tern Harris. Susan Hawkins. Susan Hayes, Leslie Henry. Kachy Holmes. Martha Houston. Debbie Ingle, Nancy Jeffries. Susan Johnson. Mitzi Latham. Paula Lowe, Shelia Lucas, Jane McDonald. Diane Mack. Mary Ann Marsh, Kathv Mathiews. Beverly Middlcton, Leanne Mowery. Kathy Norman. Jo Ellen Pentz. Teresa Phillips. Mary Phillips. Trina Reedcr. Robin Rigdon. Karen Roberts. Susan Sandlin, Anita Scele. Kathy Sherrill, Donna Singlcy. Lisa Smith. Mclinda Smith, Peggy Spooner. Kim Taylor, Ann Thompson. Kim Tucker. Sabrina Verges, m. Mclodvi Wall. Maa, W ' aites. Jeannic Whcclcr. Nana Wilson, Karen 133 Delta Kappa Epsilon " The Fraternity experience as it was orginally intended. " 134 f) £ € Argenti, Bill Carroll. Da id Cassibry, Kent Conner. Michael «p M r Connor, Kevin Derryberry, Michael England. Charles Garraway, James Gillespie. Mark Graham. Steve Houlton, Roy Long, Paul Mallory, Freddy Morr, David Needham. Robert Pate, Gregory Roundtree, Michael Stone, Gary Strickland. Greg Sutherland, David Wasdcn, Bill Wright, Edward Youngblood, Doug Eiland, James; Advisor 135 Delta Chi " Believing that great advantages are to be derived from a brotherhood of college and university men, appreciating that close association may promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education. " This is the beginning of the Preamble to Delta Chi Fraternity Constitution, which was established over 86 years ago at Cornell University, Ithica, New York. Success is synonymous with the Troy State Chapter in many ways. This is first exhibited in the Student Government Association, where three of the last five S.G.A. Presidents were Delta Chi ' s. There are also six chairs on the S.G.A. Senate floor occupied by brothers of Delta Chi. This success is also demonstrated at pep rallies where four of the five cheerleaders are Delta Chi ' s. Delta Chi success is clearly evident when considering intramural activity. Where Delta Chi won all three sports, football, basketball and softball, without losing the first regular season game in any category, a feat which has never occurred at Troy State before. Delta Chi ' s are officers and members of Scholastic and Honorary organizations too numerous to mention. Every brother of Delta Chi contributes to the Fraternity. However, the commonality that all the Brothers share is the bond of Delta Chi. - . A kcrman. Rob Adams. Charles Banks. Steve Bedell, Geoff Braikin. Harry Brannon, Steve Bourwcll. Danny Boyd, Gary Busbct. Benny Butler. M.irk Campbell. Ken Carter. John Castleberry. Rick Conrad. Bubba Curry, Garel Dagostin. Scott Dahn. Rick Daly. Lynn Daniels. Keith Darnell. Rob Dees. Gary Destito.John Esp) . Reeves Feibelm.in. David Floyd, Lang Gardner. Tomnn Gibson. David Goings, Lawson Griggs. Jim Groce, Jerry Harbuck.Jeff Herald, Mike Holmes, Steve Horn, Bill Hughey, Philip Ingram, Mike Jackson. Dale Jacobs. David Johnson. Russell Johnson. Sidney McKellerJohn Kelly, Eddie Kelly, Mark Kerner. David Moody . Lee Lazarra, Anthony Leonard, Rick Mims, Ronnie Morris. Mike Owens, Bobby Register. Johnny Rhinehart, Jack Rogers. Jim Romary, Mark Skeen, Ed Skinner. Warren Slay, Warren Smith. Randall Spann. Geoff re) Stabler. Richard Staples. Paul Stewart. Craig Stockton. Ricky Walden. Tony- Webb. Ken Williams. Jerry 137 Kappa Delta Kappa Delta is . . . Little secrets with your roommate . . . scented candles . . . respect for the pin . . . finally finding out what AOT is . . . candlelights . . . Can I borrow a dollar, I swear I ' ll pay you back tomorrow, AOT! . . . Singing songs in the chapter room . . . parties with the Big Brothers . . . I ' ve GOT to study, as soon as we get back from this party ... 58 sisters you can turn to for help . . . But most of all KD is your home away from home. 138 Anchors, Dawn HI. u kirn m, Barbara Bondurant.Ji Bottoms, Debbie Bowers, Kathy Br x ks. Nancy Bryan. Connie Burt, P;im Bussey, Beth Calhoun, Barbara Castleberry, Chris Charlton, Laura Colley, Helen Crawford, Ginger Davis, Barbara Davis, Barbra Davis, Wanda Ensley, Cathy Fabel.Jean Fetter, Cindy Findley. Barbara Gary, Candy Grable. Brcnda Graham, Meg Greene, Susan Haisten, Cindy Herndon, Sherri Hutcbins, Kim Johnson. Janet Johnson, Janet Jones, Beverly Jones, Linda King, Carolyn Manry, Sarah Massey, Cheryl Miley, Lynn Mithen, Isabell Marshall, Kathy Moses, Susan Newman, Dale Newman, Janet Nelson, Karen Owen, Ginny Gwens, Deb Parks, Carol Peterson, Julie Phillips. Kay Punsbon, Sharon Randolph. Rhonda Ray. Donna Sanford. Julie Schock, Debbie Shelly, Karen Simmons, Susan Smith, Jenni lee Spraguc, Terri Spurlin. Becky Sullivan, Sara Taylor. Linda Taylor, Mary Susan Ward, Michele White. Bettie Woodall. Faye Ward. Sonja 139 Lambda Chi Alpha Bounds. Roland Brookhart, Warren Combcst. Gene Copt, Philip Crawford. Al Dai le . Jim Davis. Hir.im Doglione, John Doyle. Michael Dngg.irs, Charles Eggerton. Riggs Featherstonc. James Graves, Brent Hall. Andy Hendricks. Thomas Holt. Steve Horrell. Mark Howard. David Jackson, Tim Lane, William Lavender, Douglas LeCroy. Byrd Martin, Dannelly Matthews. Tom Montgomery. Robert Neidcffer. John Oliver. Earl Parks, (im Poston. Stanley Powell, Bob Robinson, Donald Romero. Carlos Ryals, Richard Smith. Martin Smith. Phil Shook. Andy Starkie, Eddy Starkie. Robby Steele, Kevin Straughn. Steve Sutton, Ken Wheeler. Ronald Windham, Steve 141 Phi Mu The second oldest national sorority, and celebrating its tenth anniversary on Troy State ' s campus, Phi Mu, was founded at Wesleyan College in 1852. We feel that the individual and her development are the prime factors in sorority life and our sorority revolves around the development of each sister ' s fulfillment. Scholarship, accomplishment, companionship, good times, laughter . . . this is sisterhood shared by the girls, bound together by their service to the ideals of love, honor and truth. " A Phi Mu is a girl who has moonglow in her hair, Stardust in her eyes and heaven in her smile. Her impish grin is sunshine on a cloudy day. Its warmth is a caress which peeps through your troubles and quickly dries your tears. She has the power to lift your hopes with one glance, one twinkle of those laughing eyes. When she smiles, she brings courage and hope to your heart. Laughter precedes her; happiness walks with her; peace follows her. She means everything to me — she is my Phi Mu Sister. " 142 Adams, Parti Akin. I 1 Bencf ield. Shdia Birchficld, l. nn Cain, N.mi Call iway. Laura Campbell, Monctte Carroll. Carolyn Qenney, Dawn Crew, Debbie Dai ley, Mary Frank Desmond, Julie Dover, Susie F.innin, Carol Godwin, Debbie Harrelson, Jackie Heglcr. Sherri Hemphill, Donn.i Howard, Valerie James, Dann lu Jones, Jana Jordan, Michelle Ketchum. Kathy Kyzar, Ramona Layton.June Lay ton. Linda McGowin, Ellen McLure, Debbie Millican, Kerrie Mitchell, Larita Morgan, Sandra M rick, Reba Nail. Nancj Nichols. Belle Rune. Kath) Peterson. Peg Petty, Jennj Phelps. Debbie Pope. Pam Powell. Charlotte Pr.iuor. Diannc Ptomey, Sara Savage, Carrie Southall. Joanne Stanford. Jo Stokes. K.uh Swann, I.ibby Tatom, Meg Tidwell, Debbi Turner. loAnn 143 Pi Kappa Phi 1976 is the year for anniversaries. The United States is 200 years old, the Greek system in America is 200 years old, and Gamma Gamma chapter of Pi Kappa Phi is ten years old. Founded on April 10, 1966, Gamma Gamma chapter of Pi Kappa Phi has made many improvements in ten short years. Being the first fraternity on campus, Pi Kappa Phi has seen the fraternity system grow from two to eight social fraternities. In keeping with this spirit of " first, " Pi Kappa Phi introduced the fraternity meal plan and house mothers to the T.S.U. Greek system. The spirit of brotherhood, sharing, and freedom of personal expression that our forefathers fought for 200 years ago is the same spirit on which Pi Kappa Phi was founded and operates on today. 144 4ft. Wilkes. Peter V Atkinson. Martin Barrett. Bill Barbae, Tim Batson, David Black, Danny Blackmon. Kenneth Bowden, Cecil Brown. Allen Canf icld, John Canfield, Mu had Clenney, Gene Collier, George C. Cooper. Tommy Cumuze, Tim Davis. Ru.sscll Dillion, Bob Dubose, Ricky Felix, David Fielder, Glen Freeman, Bill Haisten, Herby Hargrove, Tony Hartley, William Hughes. Dock Hughes, Ronnie Landers, Mark Lee, Fitz Locke. Ricky Lumpkin, Thomas Maddox. Robert Manley, Rick Mann, Ken McGuire. Mike McMullen, Tim McReynolds. Barry Mickle, Ronnie Minter, Thomas Nelson, Greg Nix. Tommy O ' Brien, John Rainer, Ricky- Ray, Tom Roberts. Rick Robinson, Kenneth Sanders, David Scott, Jay Tatom. Mark Thcnot, H R. Thomas. Chuck Thomas. Steve 145 Sigma Pi We believe in Sigma Pi, a fellowship of kindred minds, united in brotherhood . . . We work together, we play together, we learn and make mistakes together. We sweat together and laugh together. We are brothers. Our ideals proclaim what we are and prophesy what we are to become. We stand together as brothers and men. We believe the fraternity makes us better men. Baker. Sid Barklcy, Mel Carpenter, LaVaungh Carter, Dennis CIapper,Jon Coley. Ace Croy. Don Cirier, Frank Griggers. Don me Grissette, Don Hudmon, Rodney Hudson, Ronnie Jancaterino, Butch Kirby, Larry Marchant, Jim McCain, Robert Newman, Alan Sandretto. Rick Sankey, Bill Self, Ed Shoupe, Dale Simpson, Forrest Smith, Harold Stebert.Jed Stidnick, David Stokes, Rick Taunton, Greg Thymes, Harold Walker, Chuck White, Johnny Whitney. Pat Young, Mike Marrs, Bill; Chapter Director Clark. Debbie; Sweetheart 147 Gamma Colony of Sigma Chi 148 Thompson, Cheney Whiglum. Greg Williams. Joel Williamson. Dust Arpcnti. Mike Armstrong. Hill Armstrong, Cliff Braccwell, Robert Carmicheal, Mike Carter, Paul Cashwell, Buddy Ellis, Ken Fowler, Luvon Home, Kenny Hulsc . Harney Jordan, Joe Kelley, Benny Kinj. George Km . Ken Lewis, Ra Maddox, Bill Meeks, Donnie Mills. Steve Mitchell, James Myra, Marshall Overton, Larue Pierce, Ron Powell. Mike Rhodes. Mike Robinson. Rcxlney Sellers. Ranch Smith. Mark Sparks. Drew Stewart, (. ' lark Tarver. |oc 149 Tau Kappa Epsilon has more chapters than any other social fraternity. Why: Because we believe that the duties and obligation that subsist between the sons of the same Mother should subsist between brothers in the sacred bond of this fraternity. We believe that the essential elements of true brotherhood are love, charity, and esteem. Love that binds our hearts with the sturdy chords of fraternal affection; charity that is impulsive to see virtues in a brother and slow to reprove his faults; esteem that is respectful to the convictions of any brother. Tau Kappa Epsilon " m Adams, Charles Arnold, Chuck Arthur, Mike Ashley, Bruce Belcher, John Blur. Bubh.i Boyert. Alan Bruce. lim Burkett, Jerry Collins. Charlie Daniels, Dan Deal, Ken Espy. Frank Hagler. Don Haire, Randy Hanners, Charles Home, Dennis Hudson, Mixon King, Danny- Lane, David Lowe, David Luker, Jerry Luster, Danny Miller, Huey Mithen, Scott Patskoski, Mike Petty, Jerry Pippin, Clayton Reynolds, Ted Richardson, Clem Simpson, David Skipper, Gene Threlkcld.Jeff Tyler, Mark Weed, Jerome Whitten, Jerry Williamson, Jimmy Harrington, Joe; Advisor Watford, Luck; Advisor 151 Theta Chi Formed in 1856 in Vermont, Theta Chi Fraternity chartered its Zeta Theta Chapter at Troy State University in 1966. Troy State University life — from participating on several intercollegiate athletic teams to being members of numerous honor societies. The Brothers of Theta Chi also enjoy an active social life, have several members holding offices in the Student Government Association, The Interfraternity Council and successfully compete in intramural athletics. Advisers to Theta Chi, like the Brotherhood, represent a broad spectrum of the campus community. The chapter ' s advisers include a Chairman of the Department of Physical Science, the Director of University Relations and the University ' s Head Basketball Coach. Being a Theta Chi is fun and fellowship, but more important, it ' s a way of life. S 15? Baker, Wayne Bitting, Richard Bonner, Richard Davis, Lynn Kllisor, Steve Fernald, Bruce Foster. Randy Furr, Ron Halliday, Pat Hamilton, Billy Howell, Mark Johnson, Greg Kervin, Cosby Maslanka, Marc Mixson, David Nelson, Danny Newell, Danny Parker, Dan Piper, Lynn Powell. Mike Reddoch. Lewis Roberts, Patrick Rockwell, David Rupp, John Smith, H L Spader, Michael Stubblefield, Scott Stubblefield. Steve TcK)le. Jerry Tsirigotis. Chris Waits. R. F. 1.53 Greek Olympics Highlight Greek Week Phi Mu Captures Theta Chi Soapbox Derby 156 Dr. Gerald Baxter and Dr. Rosemary Canfield Names Mr. and Mrs. Greek 1976 Dr. Gerald Baxter Dr. Gerald Baxter was nominated for the award of Mr. Greek by Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Dr. Baxter has been the senior advisor of Lambda Chi Alpha since the chapter ' s beginning on the TSU campus and he was recently reappointed for another two year term. Dr. Baxter serves on a number of TSU committees and is the Debate Coach at TSU. He has been nominated to OUTSTANDING EDUCATORS OF AMERICA and PERSONALITIES OF THE SOUTH and in the immediate past editor of THE ALABAMA SPEECH AND THEATER JOURNAL. Dr. Rosemary Canfield Dr. Rosemary Canfield was nominated for Mrs. Greek TSU by Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. She has been involved in Greek organizations since her days as an undergraduate. She is a member of Delta Zeta sorority and is presently local recommendations chairman for Delta Zeta. She is secretary of the Phi Kappa Phi Mother ' s Club and has helped in many fraternity projects. She has helped the brothers with many personal problems and is always willing to listen on any problem. She is advisor to Gamma Beta Phi honor society, State Director and was recently appointed member of the National Executive Committee for Gamma Beta Phi. In the seventeen years she has been a teacher, Dr. Canfield has displayed many distinguished characteristics which she has passed on to hundreds of young people. 157 Elizabeth Lemon Is Named Miss Venus 1976 During Greek Week each year the fraternities and sororities of Troy State nominate girls to compete in the annual Miss Venus beauty pageant. Miss Venus is chosen at the beginning of Greek Week and reigns over all the activities of that week. SEMI-FINALISTS: L-R: Kim Seifried: First Runner-up; Jane Lucas: Third Runner-up; Elizabeth Lemon: 1976 Miss Venus; Brenda Swannger Middleton. Miss Venus 19 7 . Martha Holmes: Ifecond Runner-up; Donna Ray: Fourth Runner-up. 159 TSU Has First Sigma Chi Derby Week Derby ' 76 : is a production of Sigma Chi Gamma Colony of Troy State University. It involves all four sororities and is produced for the sole uses of donations to Pike County Mental Retardation Society and fun. This year is a week long event of such activities, as Skit Night, Derby Snatch. Mud Madness and finally Derby Day. This past year a check for $550 was presented to the Society for their use. Next year we are looking forward to presenting even a bigger check. m Vx gj m DERBY 160 161 -7, Sorority Rush 1975 ML ] ©0 © S ■ ■L C A ■ ' •» ' •■ M 4 ■•■ ' • IT H H CV Frat Rat " Living Most people believe that to be in a Fraternity you have to have an iron stomach, a strong will to live and be able to get very few hours of sleep. But that is not all there is to it. Fraternities do more than just party while they are here. Many worthwhile projects are held during the year for benefits to organizations around Troy. Sometimes it ' s not much, but every little bit helps. Every fraternity brings brotherhood among its own members in a way that will help them to life ' s end. They also sponsor many activities with the sororities on campus. 1 sa LJ (B Phi Mu Wins Sigma Pi Powderpuff Greek Life — A Community of Individuals Greek Life on campus is something super. Greek Life involves a variety of individuals, a variety of activities, a group of people striving toward a common goal, and Brotherhood. The Greeks seem to brighten the day with all the sorority and fraternity friendships. The important aspect of the Greeks is Brotherhood, something one can benefit from throughout their life. Being a Greek brings great and meaningful experiences that only a Greek can claim. IT 167 SPORTS 169 I 1 I I Jf • • I ■ 1 1 B m I ' ' Brer $n K«St. I f aj 9 V _!_•-. • % tf INCONSISTENCY Gives Troy 6-4 Season Abilene Christian Troy 34 7 The Trojans dropped the season opener to a tough Abilene Christian team that gathered 537 total yards during the evening. 355 of Abilene ' s total yardage was gained with their passing attack. The only bright spot of the game for the Trojans came in the third quarter when Ron Daniels hit paydirt from the two yard line. 172 Troy Alabama St. 13 10 The Trojans gained their first victory of the season by defeating the Hornets of Alabama State in the Capitol City Bowl held in Montgomery. Perry Griggs led the offensive charge with six pass receptions that totaled 105 yards. Larry Russell and Sullivan Walker each scored six pointers in the game. Although gaining 170 passing yards the Hornets could muster only 32 yards on the ground against a stingy Trojan Defense led by Robert Maddox with two interceptions. 173 Nicholls State Troy 17 13 Trouble usually travels in pairs, which is how Troy State picked up its second loss of the young season. The Colonels brought a pair of running backs to Memorial Stadium that gained 104 and 101 yards rushing, accounting for 205 of the 215 total yards gained on the ground for Nicholls State. Quarterback Bobby Lee completed 12 of 23 passes and scored a touchdown to lead the offense. The other Trojan score came on a pass from Lee to Billy Dixon. 174 Troy 17 Livingston 14 The Trojans entered their game with previously unbeaten Livingston a heavy underdog, but proved that they could win the big game. The winning touchdown came with only 36 seconds remaining in the game when Bobby Lee connected with Billy Dixon from seven yards away. During the game winning drive the Trojans converted on two fourth down situations. Dixon collected both Trojan touchdowns with three more points being added by Robert Kampschmidt ' s 47 yard field goal. The defense allowed only two pass completions on their way to the second Troy win in four games. 175 • 4 t m ' Troy S.E. Louisiana 7 Larry Russell gained 103 yards rushing and collected two touchdowns in leading Troy past the Lions of Southeastern Louisiana for the Trojan ' s third win of the season. Quarterback Bobby Lee completed his longest pass of the season, a 39 yarder to David Fletcher, against the Lions. Lee and Vinston Boyd also added touchdowns to the Trojan scoring column. 176 Delta State Troy 31 25 The Trojans traveled to Cleveland, Miss, for a knock down, drag out battle that saw the Trojans pick up their fifth loss of the season to Delta State. Delta State led early in the game, 14-0, then Troy State bounced right back with three consecutive touchdowns. However the Statesmen accounted for two more six-pointers and a field goal to pull out their victory. Quarterback Bobby Lee had his best game of the season as he competed 11 passes for 205 yards. 177 University North Alabama Troy 49 26 Homecoming wasn ' t a very happy occasion as the Lions from the University of North Alabama soundly thrashed the Trojans. The afternoon ' s scoring spree produced 11 touchdowns by the two teams. 178 RoMeco fUag Billy Dixon collected two of Troy ' s touchdowns, the second time during the season he has scored two six-pointers in a game, one of which was a 100 yard kickoff return. Perry Griggs and Larry Russell collected the remaining Trojan touchdowns in Troy ' s second consecutive loss, bringing the season record to three wins and four losses. 976 r ■ i 179 Troy N.W. Louisiana 24 Moving their record to an even four wins and four losses the Trojans shutout the helpless Demons of Northwestern Louisiana 24-0. The defense proved how tough they could be as they held the Demons to minus 19 yards rushing. Troy dominated every facet of the game in securing the victory. Larry Russell, Barney Jones and Jimmy Campbell each picked up touchdowns in the game while Robert Kampschmidt added a field goal. Bobby Lee surpassed the 300 yard career passing mark in the victory. 180 •TO Troy University Tennessee — Martin 17 The University of Tennessee at Martin became the fifth team of the year to fall at the hands of the Trojans. Sullivan Walker led the way with two touchdowns as the Trojans grabbed their second shutout of the season. Field goal specialist Robert Kampschmidt tied a school record with his 47 yard field goal that rounded out the Trojan scoring. Troy gathered 323 total yards in the game. ■ 181 Troy Jacksonville St. 26 10 the final game of the season, Troy State upset the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State, 26-10. Being only the third loss for the Gamecocks it brought Troy ' s season record to 6-4. ' erry Griggs started off an explosive second period for the Trojans as they went on to score 17 points. Griggs, who scored on an eight-yard run, also added a two point conversion after Ron Daniels scored on a five yard run. Not to be left out, field goal kicker Robert Kampschmidt kicked a 26 yard field goal, all of which happened in the second period. With 18 individual tackles. Rick Maxey led the Trojan defense to an outstanding day, as they held the Gamecocks to only 10 points. 184 d 185 Trojan Starting Offense and Defense Adams, John; Offensive Guard Boyles, Steve; Linebacker Brooks, Brute; Offensive Tackle Crowe, Jerome; Linebacker Cumuze, Tim; Offensive Center Daniels, Ron; Linebacker Dixon, Billy; Tight-End Fletcher, David; Flanker Gairher, Bill; Of fensive Tackle Griggs, Perry; Split-End Groce, Tommy; Safety Hannah, Ronnie; Offensive Guard Johnston, Mike; Linebacker Kampschmidt, Robert; Kicker Land, Dean; Punter Lee, Bobby; Quarterback Maddox, Robert; Cornerback Maxey, Rick; Linebacker Miller. Rodney; Defensive End Parker, Phillip; Cornerback Pickett, Charles; Linebacker Sanders, Ralph, Defensive Tackle Walker, Sullivan; Running Back Weary. Fred; Defensive End BYRD WHIGHAM Head Coach 75 TROJAN COACHES Linebackers .JIM TOMPKINS Offensive Coordinator Defensive Line TAYLOR EDWARDS Defensive Secondarv BILLY GRHi.N Offensive Backs r 1 187 1975-76 ALL-GSC PLAYERS SITTING: Carl Hollis, Rob Kelly, Jeff Vardo, Coach Mike Griffin, Tommy Groce, Bobby Lee, Ronnie Hannah. STANDING: Richard Pipkin, Ricky Beck, David Felix, Ed Palmer, Roy Houlton, Don | Reese, Ron Pierce. NOT PICTURED: Andy Whitener, Billy Dixon, Perry Griggs, Charles Oliver. : 188 75-76 ALL-GSC I ! : !:i!ii : ....::■•!■!! ■ ■ . . . ■ ' ■ CROSS COUNTRY Ed Palmer — Champion Richard Pipkin Andy Whitencr FOOTBALL Billy Dixon (TE) Ronnje Hannah (OG) ; Bobby Lee (QB) Tommy Groce (DB) Perry Griggs (SE) BASKETBALL BASEBALL David Felix (G) CarlHollis (F) Jeff Vardo (SS) Ron Pierce (P) GOLF Don Reese — Medalist Rob Kelly Ricky Beck TRACK Charles Oliver (440) Roy Houlton (880) COACH OF THE YEAR — GOLF 1976 BASKETBALL FRONT; L-R: David Felix, Paul Bussman, James Love, Bobby Davis, Chip Crawford, Nate Brown. BACK; L-R: Pat Halliday (Mgr), Randy Wood, Mike Herald, Marvin Sales, Jim Downs, Dale Wood, Jim Means. Carl Hollis, Murphy Brown, Coach Wes Bizilia. ALMOST " Almost " is the only word that can describe this year ' s Trojan Basketball season. Compiling a 15-11 overall season record and placing fourth in the Gulf South Conference with a 7-6 record, the Trojans went on to defeat Jacksonville State, 88-85 to gain entrance in the NAIA District 27 Playoffs. Their opponent, University of Alabama at Huntsville, was favored to win the final game and then go on to the National Finals. But, Coach Wes Bizilia and his team went out fighting and lost the game in the final minutes 74-69. Many things happened on the courts this year for the Trojans; for instance both David Felix and Carl Hollis scored their 1000th career points and were named to the All GSC Team Hollis, who was the leading Trojan scorer with a 16.4 average will recurn to next year ' s team; along with Felix, the team ' s second highest scorer with a 14 6 average. 190 i I Senior James Love who led the team in rebounds with 12.4 and had a 14.4 shooting average will be missed by Bizilia next year, along with Chip Crawford, Bobby Davis and Mike Herald. Some people say that the Trojans had a very tough schedule, you would have to tend to agree with this idea, as they played a total of 36 top-rated teams. Perhaps next year there will be no " Maybe, " but until then, Coach Bizilia has to find new people, plan out the new year and come up with a winner. 191 192 Photo by Joe Millard 193 Coaches John Anderson and John Creer, should be commended on a job well done with the 1975 Trojan Cross-Country team. Collecting Championships in both the Gulf South Conference and NAIA District 27, they then qualified for National honors in Salina, Kan. With such victories as over the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, to retaining their West Georgia Cross-Country title, the 1975 Harriers, were never really behind when they ran a race. Paced by runners Ed Palmer, Richard Pipkin, David Shilling and Andy Whitener, many records were broken, such as the one by sophomore Palmer, in die West Georgia meet. In this meet Palmer ran the five-mile course in a record 24:56 minute time, breaking the record set by Trojan Terry Crews a year ago. The 1976 Trojan team should be tough once again this year as they only lost Richard Pipkin to graduation. 194 TROY ' S Ed Palmer " When you are running a race, there is no sense in worrying about the pain, because it is going to be there anyway; so rather than worrying about the pain worry about the race. " That is the typical thought that is going through the head of Cross Country runner Ed Palmer. Palmer, the 19 7 5 Gulf South Conference Champion, feels the pain when running, but he does not let it stop him from winning. As a sophomore here at Troy, Palmer has set many new records, with his running capability. In his freshman year he finished second in the Conference in Cross Country and won the three- mile race in the Outdoor Track Finals. This year Palmer has competed in the NAIA Championship in Selina, Kan., where he finished 67th out of 450 runners. Not being used to so many starters in a race, Palmer felt he didn ' t get out like he wanted. " I needed to get out front, but could not. With so many runners in the race, the best way to win would be to get out front so that I would not have to worry about passing anyone. " Do you know what it takes to be a Cross Country runner? Well to begin with, run between 12 and 15 miles a day, to get and stay in shape. Then have the willpower to finish the race that you have started. The guts to go through with it, not to back out in the end. " When you ' re running it doesn ' t feel good, but when you are through, it feels really great. " A guy like Ed Palmer, does not feel for himself all of the time. When he is running a race he feels he is there to represent the team. " I have always had the attitude, when running in a race, if there is only a Troy State uniform in front of me, that I have won. They are not the people I ' m competing against. " " The team and I would like to extend great thanks to our two coaches. Coach Creer and Coach Anderson. Both men have really helped us this year and given us great inspiration to do the job, the right way. " From a guy who is too short to play basketball, not big enough to play football, but is good enough to run Cross Country, a sport of endurance, all he can say is: " The guys I ran with this year, were an asset to my running. They are one heck of a bunch of Friends. " 195 COLD START — HOT FINISH IS " 76 " BASEBALL off to a cold start in the 1976 season, they came on strong to win their last nine Gulf South Conference Games, to place second in that conference behind Jacksonville State. Coach Joe Hollis ' Trojans lost their first four games, only to come back and finish with a respectable 19-19 season mark. In the conference they had a 10-6 record, finishing only one game behind the Jacksonville Gamecocks. Highlights of the 76 season came when the Trojans defeated the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 10-5 in Atlanta. Also, this past year the Trojans placed two players on the All-GSC team, they were Shortstop Jeff Vardo and Pitcher Ron Pierce. Has Coach Hollis, who only signed a contract, three weeks before the season ' s start, turned the TSU Baseball program around? SITTING. Ted Bullock, Cooter SwansOn, Rc cr Reasoner. Brant Locklier, Todd Clemons, Mike Mays, Stacy Stevens. KNEELING: Hank Furlow.Jeff Vardo, Fred Arieux, Mike Williams, Tim Coady. Ron Pjeru-. Gary Dees, Phillip Hutcheson. STANDING: Par Hutto, Tim Long, Tim Seymour, Mith Douglas, Gary Green, Mike Carmkhael, Donnie Elsberry. Joe Hollis. 1976 TROJAN PLAYERS v a y P 7 ■ : ■ .;;; ' ■ ' ; i ' ; , ' ■ ' ■■ ' ■ TRACK 1st ROW; L-R: Roy Houlton, David Shilling, Tim McMullcn, Captain Richard Pipkin, Charles Oliver, Tom Klipp, Randy Treadway, Ken Bauersfield, Clarence Richardson. 2nd ROW; L-R: David Morr, Tom Larkin, Ed Palmer, Jim Eastman, Andy Whitener, Doug Harris, Randy Wood, Rick Sullivan, Kirk Hensen. 3rd ROW; L-R: Coach John Anderson, Terry Clark, Ed Wright, John Schewen, Eugene Fortune, David Sutherland, David Anthony, Lamuel Harris. ; Placing fourth in the Gulf South Conference this year the Trojan Track Team won both the Troy Invitational and the Troy Relays. Coach John Anderson will have to look hard to replace the likes of graduating Senior Charles Oliver. Oliver, who ran the 440 for Anderson, -was named to the GSC Team again this year. He has been named NAIA Ail-American in the four years he has been at Troy. Roy Houlton, won the Conference Championship in the 880 and was also named to the GSC Team. " •■ i ' : : .;};i ' i " ■. ' ' " .. ■I-..-:--! ■}■■■■-■■■ MluMiW ' m m i ay -, Diliil ' " . illli ■ - : ill ;. " : V i - 1 ■ i i ' ■ ■ ■ ' ' I, ' : !! ' |:. ' K! ' |t,-l • I : : ' ill! s ). jn 203 TENNIS 204 L-R: Coach Watford, Darby Brooks, Steve York, Mike Watson, Kim Meeker, Robert West, Dany Coutre, Bill Snoddy. NOT PICTURED: Scott Ewing, Lane Dykes. Tennis Team Goes to Nationals! — Third Year in a Row — The Troy State Tennis team after placing fourth in the Gulf South Conference, went on to win the NAIA District 21 title here in Troy. The team, by winning this title represented the district in the NAIA National finals, in early June. Coach Luck Watford ' s team, winning 24 of 40 matches this year could never really put it together. The team placing fourth in the GSC took four of their seven matches against conference teams. Beating Jacksonville State the two times the teams played, but losing both matches to conference favorites, Nicholls State and Southeastern Louisiana University. Winning the District 2 n title, makes it the third year in the row for Coach Watford. 205 FRONT: Lee Richter, Eddie Spears, Mike Leary, Jon Corliss, Charlie Taylor. MIDDLE: Steve Saterbo, Don Reese, Cleve Coldwater, Don Hunt, Mike Griffin. BACK: Chip Rockholt, Ricky Beck, Ronny Mobley, Wes Campbell, David Dougherty, Rob Ashby. NOT PICTURED: Jim Adams, Rob Kelly. ? ! A COACH ' S DREAM " NCAA CHAMPIONS G L F Winning all but one tournament, the 76 Trojan Golf team went to the NCAA Division II Tournament in Youngstown, Ohio. After defeating such teams as Auburn and Alabama in the Intercollegiate Tournament in Troy, the team won t he GSC title. Placing three members on the All-GSC team, including the individual medalist in Don Reese and other team members, Ricky Beck and Rob Kelly, the team behind the coaching of Mike Griffin were hard to beat. Traveling to such places as Galveston, Texas; Pinehurst, N.C.; and Thibodaus, La., team members Ronny Mobley, Don Reese, Rob Kelly and Ricky Beck were tough to beat on the courses. Griffin, in three words, could sum up this year ' s team as: " A coach ' s dream. " 206 1 973 Was A Vintage Year . RONNY MOBLEY 1973 was a vintage year for the Troy State University Golf team. The reason you ask? Why that ' s simple; Coach Mike Griffin and Freshman Ronny Mobley came to Troy to start a program in Golf that just won ' t quit. Mobley, now a Junior accounting major from Brundidge, has done what it takes to be competitive on the golf course. More than just a game of high skill, it takes a great mental attitude to win. " When you are trying to win at golf, you can ' t just psyche yourself up physically, you have to be mentally ready to play also, " Mobley said. In his three years at Troy, this past year was the first time that he did not make the Gulf South Conference team. Placing seventh this year, when they pick the top six to this honor he feels that he did not play up to par. " I just expected too much this year and I haven ' t played tough at all, " he said. " I was being impatient and did not keep my cool this year as I did in the last two years. " To every athlete there is always the thought in the back of their minds of going pro, Mobley is no different. After College he plans on going ahead and playing on the mini tour if he is playing good. This is the way he is going to test himself to see if he can make it on the Pro-Tour. " Anyway I look at it, I am going to get my Class A card. When I get this card I will either go on the tour or become an Assistant-Pro at a nice country club for three years, and then try again. " When asked where it all started, he replied: " When I was nine years old my father took up the game and I started playing with him a lot. Then, when I was 14, 1 entered a junior tournament and won it. Then I really got serious about the game. " Honors are just some of the things that athletes look forward to in their playing career. Others, such as the highlight of a year can bring back pleasure to the ones that participated in this highlight. Mobley feels that the highest point of this year came when the team defeated Auburn in their own tournament. Auburn, rated among the top 20 schools in the nation in Golf, was outshown greatly by the Troy team. Coach Mike Griffin came to Troy the same year that Mobley arrived, since then his teams have done an outstanding job every year. " I feel that Coach Griffin is one of the better coaches in the nation right now; he takes great pride in his own game to the point where he won ' t put a team on the course unless he feels they can win. In a few years he will be known all over the nation for his teams, " Mobley said. What else can you say about a guy that puts everything he has into it, every time he picks up a club, except to finish this story with what he feels it takes to be a winner. " Mental attitude and concentration are the two big things. You reach a peak in both, then drop off and then you come back to that point. Anybody can practice to become good, but you have to play smart to win. " 207 ■ ' .■ ' ■ ; : p M a INTRAMURALS W c i « . " " ' SJaar 11 1 FOOTBALL — Fraternity: Delta Chi Overall: ThetaChi BASKETBALL — Fraternity: Delta Chi Overall: Plus I SOFTBALL — Fraternity: Delta Chi Overall: GDI ' s 7 I i£M IDIffiHMBE s TSU Cheerleaders Despite being plaqued with injuries all year; such as torn ligaments, blood clots, separated shoulders, sprained wrist and not to mention a cracked coxa bone, the Cheerleaders of Troy State did the job that is expected of them. They were at all the games, both in Football and Basketball, they were at the Pep Rallies, they were at Clinics during the summer, they were just everywhere. Led by Captain David Kerner and Co-Captain Deborah Chappel, they were always out front leading the students through the cheers and performing stunts and skits at games and those famous Pep Rallies. Next year there will be a new squad, but for this past year, what can be said except " Thanks " to an outstanding group. FRONT; L-R: Tamara Smith, Tim McMullen. MIDDLE: Bclva Estcs, Geoffrey Spann. BACK: Deborah Chappel, David Kerner, Bennie Busbee, Terri Sprague, Mike Spader, Carolyn Carrol. r w H Tamara Smith Tim McMullcn Bclva Estes Gcof f ry Spann M t ! ■ : T N f I ' - ' ■ » w M E N S S P R T S 1975-1976 L-R: Pam Morris, Martha Shipman, Jo Stone, Diane Shipman, Ginger Sprague, Pam Martin, Renee Burroughs, Cindy Wilson, Debbie Bruce. WOMEN ' S VOLLEYBALL 217 WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL FRONT, I.-R. Mariiee Catalano, Shauna Kron, Debbie Bruce, Sandra Huner. STANDING; L-R: Cindy Wilson, Charlene Hili, Mary Wilson, Kari Srowers, Char Henderson, Jane Shulsen, Ginger Sprague, Coach Joyce Sorrell. 218 KNEELING: Shcree Flowers, Kathy McPhearson, Ginger Sprague. STANDING: Joyce Sorrell, Winnie Kerfoot, Brenda Richardson, Mona Davis, Kim Owens. TENNIS BASEBALL Auburn Bellarmine College Bellarmine College Spring Hill College Mercy hurst College Mercy hurst College Mercyhurst College Mercy-hurst College Univ. Tennessee — Martin Univ. Tennessee — Martin Huntington College Huntington College Huntington College Jacksonville State Jacksonville State . Livingston University Georgia Tech Spring Hill College Spring Hill College Jacksonville State Jacksonville State , Birmingham Southern . . Univ.. Tennessee — Martin Univ. Tennessee — Martin Univ. North Alabama .... Univ. North Alabama .... Huntingdon College Livingston Univ. Livingston Univ.. ;.. ...••;: . . . .■-iii ' i;rriihgh.am Southern .. ' ( m ' ' North Alabama.;. . . . Unjv.:.N()rth : Alabama , HujTtin don (..allege U.niy.;Sj; utlv Alabama i | ' J I Imv. ; ' Sinuh Alabama ... . U ' niv. oiith Alabama . . ' . ' , . ' . " FOOTBALL OPPONENTS Abilene Christian Alabama State Nicholls State- Livingston Univ. SH Louisiana Delta State- North Alabama ( H ) Northwestern State- Tennessee — Martin Jacksonville State BASKET- BALL OPPONENTS LaGrangc College Georgia Southwestern Huntingdon College Palm Beach Atlantic- Florida Southern Jacksonville State David Lipscomb Western Kentucky Alabama State Univ. North Alabama Univ. Tennessee — Martin Southeastern Louisiar Nicholls State Jacksonville State Delta State Univ. NW Louisiana Univ. Mississippi College Univ. Tennessee — Martin Univ. North Alabama Jacksonville State Univ. Alabama — Huntsvil GOLF Pinehurst Invitational Tourn. Alabama Intercollegiate Tourn. Southeastern Intercollegiate Galveston Island Classic Stillwatcrs Tournament Southern Jr.-Sr. Tourn. Troy Country Club Tourn. Caverns Course Tourn. CSC Tournament nestown. Ohio unscored unscored 2r TSU vs. Princeton Univ. Florida Relays Troy Relays Auburn. Furman. TSU NAIA District 2 Meet Troy Invitational GSC Conference Meet Southern Collegiate Florida State Invit. NAIA National Outdoor Arkadelphia. Ark. NCAA Division I Championship Philadelphia. Pa. I ■ i 1 : TENNIS Tuskegee Institute Gadsden State Alabama State Okaloosa- Walton Bel haven Ambassador College Millsaps College Southeastern Nicholls State South Alabama Pensacola Junior College West Florida Columbus College Tuskegee Institute- Huntingdon College Jacksonville State Shorter College Gadsden State Jacksonville State Jeff State St. Bernard College John C Calhoun North Alabama Livingston West Florida Abraham Baldwin Samford University St. Bernard College j Alabama State Okaloosa-Walton Florida A-M Huntingdon College GSC : J. C. Calhoun North Alabama South Alabama Columbus College ; Abraham Baldwin ; .; NAIA District Samford i New Head Football Coach Charlie Bradshaw, a native of Clio, Alabama, comes to the Trojan Coaching ranks with much inspiration and spirit. Bradshaw, head football coach at the University of Kentucky from 1962 till 1969, played and coached under Paul " Bear " Bryant, both at Kentucky and the University of Alabama. Honors received by Bradshaw include being selected as UPI National Coach of the Week twice in 1964, while at Kentucky. He was also selected AP National Coach of the Year in 1965. Bradshaw does not just coach the game of football, while in High School he earned six varsity letters in football and basketball at Sidney Lanier, in Montgomery. He then attended the University of Kentucky on football scholarship, while there he earned four letters under Coach Bryant. He graduated from Kentucky with an Associate Bachelor in Education in 1949, then went on to his Masters in High School Administration in 1950. 76 TROJAN FOOTBALL COACHES A WES BIZILIA Basketball : .. JL 75 COACHES 76 MIKE GRIFFIN Golf LUKE WATFORD Tennis JOHN CREER Asst. Track FEATURES 225 Miss Troy State University feSJ c First Runner- Up cJfiM 3)ebl w m Second Runner- Up TOP Cheryl Biggs BOTTOM Martha Holmes 232 ■ 1 r 1 TOP: Belle Nichols BOTTOM: Elizabeth Lemmon J)P: Debbie Crew | TTOM: Donna Hemphill Susan Davidson 233 cAfiss UQi cAftmM Three Awards — One Winner 234 Winner Takes All Kathy Mowrey, sponsored by the Sigma Chi Fraternity, made a clean sweep Wednesday, January 28, as she competed for the title of Miss T.S.U. 1976. Not only did Miss Mowrey win the honored title, but she also won the Miss Congeniality Award and the Talent Award. This is the first time in the Pageant ' s history that one girl has taken all three awards. Miss Mowrey presented her talent, singing and playing the piano, by performing the song, " Feelings. " She is 21 years old and is a senior majoring in music. Miss Mowrey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mowrey of Geneva. Miss Mowrey automatically becomes eligible to compete in the Miss Alabama Pageant and will receive a one year T.S.U. scholarship along with numerous gifts from merchants in Troy. Immediately following the pageant Kathy returned to her dorm to find her room covered with toothpaste, shaving cream and congratulation signs from her friends and sorority sisters. Since the pageant Kathy has had problems with friends and their cameras. " They seem to think it ' s funny to find me at my worst moments and then flash their cameras, " said Kathy. Flowers and more flowers came from friends here at school and from her hometown, Geneva. " The people from Geneva have given me a great sense of pride because the town feels I ' m representing them as well as T.S.U., " said Kathy. 235 ■ -. H « - -. fc • Dnmrn Sweetheart m ■ ypm m BtWiOu Homecoming Queen « Vi j I I % • " - First Runner- Up ftvCTSODiMorv Second Runner- Up Third Runner- Up XR3 LJiBfcvT j, ■wj y -• 1 ■ 239 Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities 0MARY SUSAN TAYLOR, standing, is a native of Andalusia and is a senior. She served as President of Spires, was Vice President and Pledge Trainer of Phi Gamma Nu, and was selected as Outstanding Junior in the School of Business in 1975. She was a member of Hamil Hall House Council and was Social Chairman and Membership Chairman of her social sorority, Kappa Delta. Miss Taylor has been a tutor in Business Statistics for T.S.U. for four quarters and is a recipient of the George C. Wallace Leadership Scholarship. SHARON LOVELADY POPE is from Troy and is a senior. She is a George C. Wallace Leadership Scholarship recipient, a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Spires, of which she served as Historian, Gamma Beta Phi, SNEA, Council for Exceptional Children, and was awarded the Pike County Mental Health Scholarship through the Department of Education and Psychology. She is a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae and is active in Church work. TIMOTHY CUMUZE is a junior from Troy. He belongs to the Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society and is treasurer of Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. He is a member of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and the American Chemical Society. He also plays varsity football. S BRUCE FERNALD belongs to Gamma Beta Phi, Argonauts, and Lambda Alpha Epsilon. He served as Clerk for the SGA and is a member of several committees. He is President of Theta Chi Fraternity. Bruce is a junior from Clearwater, Florida. 240 a BETH BUSSEY, is a senior from Palm Gardens, Florida. She is active in Gamma Beta Phi and has served her residence hall as assistant director and on the House Judiciary. She is also a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. E GREG APLIN, standing, a senior from Crestview, Florida, is active in Gamma Beta Phi and O micron Delta Kappa. He appeared in TSU productions of " Tosca, " " Rigolletto, " and " The Fantastiks. " He is a member of Theta Chi Fraternity and was a member of Who ' s Who last year. EVERETTE LARNELL LAIRD, seated, a junior from Defuniak Springs, Florida. He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta and served as Vice President. He is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Kappa Kappa Psi and Arnold Air Society. He was appointed to two University Committees, Ingalls Award and the Bicentennial Committee. He is a member of the Band and was listed on the Dean ' s List for two quarters. He is also a member of the Air Force Drill Team. m SUSAN DOVER BARR, a junior from Melbourne, Florida, is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi and Kappa Delta Pi honor societies. She served as Vice President of The S.GA. and is a member of se veral S.GA. committees. Susan has participated in the activities of Phi Mu Soririty and has been a TSU Varsity Cheerleader. She is a Pi Kappa Phi Little Sister and is a recipient of the George C Wallace Scholarship. NOT PICTURED: LINDA YANCY WALLER, a native of Greenville, Alabama, and a senior. She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Phi. Linda transf erred to Troy State University from Lurleen B. Wallace Extension where she was active in several organizations. 24) SHARON DOMINEY, standing, of Clayton, is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi and Kappa Delta Pi Honor Societies. She has also served as Treasurer for the Adelphes and Secretary for the Spires. Sharon is President of ACE and is a member of SNEA. She is on TSU ' s Lyceum Committee and is in Collegiate Singers. REBECCA EADY, seated, a senior from Montgomery, belongs to Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa and Spires. She is an active participant in the Baptist Student Union and has served as second Vice President of the Student Nurses Association. JOEL WAYNE WILLIAMS, from Pleasant Grove, Alabama and a senior. Joel is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Arognauts, Alpha Psi Omega serving as Vice President and has been a member of the Pied Pipers and has backstage experience in seven productions. LARRY DORNELL SPICER is a junior from Selma, Alabama. He has been active in S.G.A. serving as a Senator and a member of the Constitution Committee. In his residence hall he has been secretary of the House Council, and is a member of the AFROTC. He received the AFROTC Participation Award in 1974. He is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Arnold Air Society, English Club, and served as President of the AFRO Club. NOT PICTURED: AMY SALIBA, is from Dothan, Alabama and is a junior at T.S.U. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Beta Phi, Psi Lambda, Phi Beta Lambda, and Phi Gamma Nu. Amy is a transfer student from Wallace St. Community College and has been a member of her residence hall House Council. She is active in her church. CAROL MARGARET REIFFENSTEIN is from Deland, Florida and is a senior. She is a member of Spires, Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Beta Phi, and Sigma Alpha Iota. Carol is a member of the Band and Collegiate Singers and the Reading Band. She has been on the Dean ' s List three quarters and is the Lambda Chi Alpha Little Sister. Her hobby is Gymnastics which she has taught during the TSU Summer Recreation Program and tutored TSU students. E Sorority. DEBORA JEAN FABEL is a junior from Troy and is active in Alpha Lambda Delta and Gamma Beta Phi Honor Societies. She is also a member of Sigma Tau Delta and is President of Kappa Delta I 1 CHARLES EDWARD WALKER, left, a senior from Andalusia, O Alabama. He is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, SNEA, HPER and has been a Proctor in a residence hall. He is a member of Sigma Pi Fraternity in which he served as Vice President, Pledge Trainer and was awarded the Sigma Pi Outstanding Scholarship Award. He was a member of the TSU track team and has been an English tutor for TSU. JO ELLEN NORMAN, right, is from Montgomery, Alabama and is a senior. Jo Ellen is an active member of Troy State ' s Pied Pipers and Playmakers having served as tech-crew on four productions, assistant director on one production and a number of parts in the Playmakers ' productions. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority and had the highest senior scholastic average in the sorority in the Spring of 1975. Jo Ellen is a member of Alpha Psi Omega and has served as Vice President and Pledge Trainer for that organization. She is also a member of SNEA. 243 1975. MICHAEL E. CANFIELD is from Troy, Alabama and is active in Gamma Beta Phi, S.G.A. and Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. He is involved with ROTC and was the Pre-Dental Scholarship winner in Y Z SARAH MONK SMITH, standing left, is a senior from Grove I £ I Hill, Alabama. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, and SNEA. Mrs. Smith is a transfer student from Patrick Henry Jr. College where she was very active in numerous organizations. GEOFFREY NEAL SPANN, seated, a junior and a native of Troy, Alabama. He is a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, SNEA, and Argonauts. He has served as Commuter Senator in S.G.A. and an active member of Delta Chi Fraternity which he served as corresponding secretary, rush chairman and pledge class Vice President. He was a cheerleader during 1975-76 and has been re-elected cheerleader for 1976-77. He was a member of the " Sound of the South " marching band. Geoffrey has been an Orientation Counseling Group leader and a Student Marshall for 1975 TSU Graduation. ELIZABETH ANN SCHNEIDHORST, seated right, a junior from Indian Harbor Beach, Florida. Elizabeth is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Gamma Beta Phi, German Club, has been on the Dean ' s List several quarters. She is a member of ROTC in which she was one of two students in the nation to receive the Lt. Col. Grissom Memorial Award and has received numerous other honors in AFROTC. She was a Senator in S.G.A., Vice President of Hamil Hall. She is involved in the local Mental Health Center ' s Help A Crisis Telephone Counseling service. EDENISE ADELE JACQUART is a senior from Deland, Florida. She was President of the Adelphes and a member of Gamma Beta Phi and Phi Kappa Phi. Denise served as treasurer of Tau Beta Sigma and was chaplain of Sigma Alpha Iota. She has been on the Dean ' s List and is a member of the marching and concert bands and Opera Workshop Orchestra. 244 JOYCE REBECCA RODGERS is a senior from Perote, Alabama and is a member of Phi Kappa Phi in which she served as Vice President. She is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Spires, Gamma Beta Phi, Psi Lambda and the TSU Math Club. Joyce is an active member of Alpha Delta Pi which she represented at the South-East Panhellenic Conference in 1975, and has been secretary and rush chairman. Joyce has been on the Dean ' s List for eleven quarters and is a recipient of the George C. Wallace Scholastic Scholarship. Miss Rodgers was elected to Who ' s Who in 1974-75, also. SALAN GLENN NEWMAN is a senior from River View, Alabama. He is a member of the " Sound of the South " band, a member of Sigma Pi serving as Pledge Trainer. He is a member of Argonauts and Delta Sigma Pi, and Lambda Beta Phi. He has been accepted into Law School at the University of Alabama ■ BILLY STANLEY GRAHAM, standing, is a junior from Wetumpka, Alabama. He is the recipient of a Gamma Beta Phi and Phi Alpha Theta. He has served the Baptist Student Union as Chairman of the Council of Communication and is a member of the American Bicentennial Society. DEBORAH DYSERT, seated, is a junior from Wetumpka, Alabama. She is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and Gamma Beta Phi Honor Societies. She was the treasurer of CEC and is a member of SNEA. She has been an active participant in religious organizations such as Challenge Life, Chi Alpha, BSU and Wesley. NOT PICTURED: KENNETH RAY ODOM is a senior from Andalusia, Alabama. He is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, has been an accounting tutor for TSU and been listed on the Dean ' s List four quarters. He is a Vietnam Veteran of two years. 245 DAWN MAREE CLENNEY, a senior from Abbeville who has been very active while at Troy State. She was a member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society and Omicron Delta Kappa. She was appointed Supreme Court Justice for S.G.A. in the Fall of 1975. She was assistant director of Pace Hall and Panhellenic President for two years. She also served as Panhellenic treasurer and junior and senior Panhellenic Delegate. Dawn was an active member of Phi Mu Sorority. She has participated in all intramurals for Phi Mu for the past two and half years. She was a recipient of the George C. Wallace Leadership Scholarship. She was also a member of the Adams Center Union Board when it was first established. MARY JENNIFER FOX, standing left, is from Birmingham, Alabama and is a junior. She is a member of two Honor Societies — Alpha Lambda Delta of which she has served as treasurer and a member of Gamma Beta Phi. She is also a member of Psi Lambda and Lambda Alpha Epsilon. Miss Fox served on the House Judiciary for two quarters in Hamil Hall and has been Circulation Manager for the TROPOLITAN. DEBBIE BENTON, seated, is a junior from Troy, Alabama and she has been very active in the Student Government Association. She has held the offices of Senator at Large and also Vice President along with being chairman of many of the standing committees. She is active in Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, and is now Vice President of the Adams Center Union Board. She also was an Orientation Student Leader and a member of Gamma Beta Phi. ELLEN ANN McGOWIN, standing right, a junior from Decatur, Alabama. She was Historian for the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society and a member of Gamma Beta Phi, and Adelphe member and an active member of the Phi Mu Sorority. She was named a Theta Chi Little Sister. PATSY ANN HUDSON from Sylacauga, Alabama and is a senior. She is a transfer from Alex City State Jr. College. Her memberships include: Kappa Delta Pi of which she was President, Kappa Delta Pi which she served as Vice President, and a member of Phi Kappa Phi, and Gamma Beta Phi. She served as State Vice President of the CEC and as treasurer of the Student National Education Association. In Gardner Hall she was assistant director. 246 TERESA BLOUNT is from Midland City and is active in Gamma Beta Phi. She is a piano teacher and is a mother of two children. I _ I THOMAS COOK, a senior from Kansas, is a member of the Phi | «3 I Alpha Theta and Gamma Beta Phi Honor Societies. He also participates in the activities of the Circle K and Veteran ' s Club. Thomas acts as the information officer for the " RAO " AFROTC Publication. He also is involved in ROTC Intramurals. Other ROTC positions he has held are: Deputy Corps Commander, Assistant to Corps Commander, and Flight Commander. E FRANK DAVID KERNER, standing left, a senior from Phenix City, was head Cheerleader for two years and served on the squad for three years. He was a member of the " Sound of the South " Color Guard, a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Pi Art Honorary, Argonauts and was an active member of the Delta Chi Fraternity serving as Corresponding Secretary. He was a Pre-college Student Leader for three years and was chosen for Who ' s Who for 1974-75. He is a member of the University Standing Committee on Graduation Planning, has been on the Dean ' s List and served as a Proctor for Alumni and Dill Halls. MICHAEL THOMAS FOLSOM, seated, is a graduating Senior from Flomaton, Alabama. Michael has been very active in the AFROTC on campus, having been awarded the Outstanding Commander Award, the Reserve Officers Association Award, the Distinguished POC Cadet Award, and has served as Corps Commander during 1975-76. He has been on the Dean ' s List for three quarters, is a member of ODK, Kappa Delta Phi and Gamma Beta Phi. Michael has served as Vice President and Parliamentarian of the Arnold Air Society and is the recipient of a AFROTC four year scholarship. PAUL EVANS STAPLES, standing right, is from Dothan, Alabama and is a senior. Paul has been President of S.G.A. for two academic years, a member of the Argonauts, Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Beta Phi, Beta Sigma, Beta Beta Beta, and American Chemical Society. He has served on the House Council of his residence hall, is a member of the Delta Chi Fraternity of which he served as secretary. He represented T.S.U. in Washington, D.C. at the Symposium on the Study of the Presidency, was the T.S.U. delegate to Oxford University Seminar, Oxford, England, in the summer of 1975, and was Governor of Boys ' State and received the American Academy of Achievement Golden Scroll Award. 247 S ROBIN CALDWELL is a junior from Brundidge, Alabama. She is active in the " Sound of the South " Band and is editor of the school newspaper the " Tropolitan. " She is a member of Tau Beta Sigma Band sorority, Gamma Beta Phi and Press Club. She has worked on the " Troy Messenger " and " The Brundidge Banner " during breaks between quarters. r I PAM DAVIS, standing, of Greenwood, Florida, is a senior here at T.S.U. She is treasurer of the Spires Honor Society and is a member of Sigma Tau Delta and Gamma Beta Phi Honor Societies. She is active on the Judicial Board of Hamil Hall. Before coming to Troy State, Pam attended Chipola Junior College where she participated in various activities. .rfflfBEw jflfflWflil [v " " " ■! 5 % J 1 ( HB h IV H I w ■ ■ , ' 1 1 »V l ; JLMM hL t » ' W THERESA MOUNT JOHNSON, seated, a senior from Brantley, Alabama. Theresa was on the Dean ' s List, was an English tutor, a member of the Collegiate Singers, a Charter member of Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice President of Sigma Tau Delta, member of Gamma Beta Phi, Spires Honor Society, Adelphes and Phi Kappa Phi. I JAN JETER is a junior from Enterprise, Alabama. She has been active I O as a member of Adelphes of which she served as Ceremonies Chairman for Adelphes Charter to Alpha Lambda Delta. Jan has been chairman of Panhellenic Greek Week and in charge of Miss Venus Pageant. She is an active member of Alpha Delta Pi and has served her sorority as Standards Chairman and Vice President. She is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Theta and Alpha Lambda Delta. NOT PICTURED: VICKI FINEDORE, a senior from Enterprise, Alabama, is a member of Gamma Beta Phi and Kappa Delta Pi. She is a recipient of the George C. Wallace Scholarship. Vicki transferred from Lurleen B. Wallace Jr. College where she was Justice of the Student Government Association. 248 ] dh H E WILLIAM LARIMORE HENLEY, JR., a senior from Marietta, Georgia. He has been a member of the " Sound of the South " marching and concert bands and has performed in opera workship production of " The King and I, " " Tosca, " " The Sound of Music " and " Rigoletto. " Playmaker productions are " The Fantasticks " and the original music for " Medea " and " The Visit. " He has been on the Dean ' s List and is a Geo. C. Wallace Leadership Scholarship recipient. He is a member of Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha and has been song director for a local church for 10 quarters. PAUL EUGENE JOHNSON is a senior from Atmore, Alabama. He was Director of Dill Hall apartments for two years and has been very active while a student at TSU. He is a member of Beta Beta Beta, Gamma Beta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi, bookstore manager of Alpha Phi Omega, member of Beta Sigma Biology Club, Student Af filatant of American Chemical Society, Proctor for Alumni Hall and a member of the Alabama Academy of Science. Paul served as usher for TSU graduation for three years. RHONDA BOWDEN came to TSU from Enterprise State Jr. College and is active in Math Club, SNEA, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Kappa Delta Pi. MELINDA CUNNINGHAM is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Kappa Delta Pi Honor Societies. She is also involved in Phi Beta Lambda and SNEA. She has served as an Assistant Director for Clements Hall and is now a Student Director for Shackleford Hall. Melinda is a recipient of the Geo. C. Wallace Scholarship. Melinda is a senior from Clanton. ROXANNA MERINDA STEWART is a senior from Montgomery, Alabama. Roxanna was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Gamma Beta Phi. She was an active member of the Phi Mu Sorority serving as secretary to that organization for three quarters. NOT PICTURED: KENNY ALFORD, a senior from Montgomery has been extremely active while at Troy. He was president of Omicron Delta Kappa and other honor societies he was active in. He was in Collegiate singers and president of Challenge Life each Sunday night. He served the English Department as a tutor and was a Pre-College Orientation Student Leader. This is his second year to be honored in Who ' s Who. 249 EDUCATORS 251 «• !!,! .j B i ■ ill I • . I . !.| Dr. Ralph Wyatt Adams President of Troy State University Dr. Adams is a native of Samson, Alabama. He holds earned degrees from Birmingham-Southern and from the University of A labama. He also has completed extensive postgraduate work at the University of Colorado and at George Washington University. In education circles, he is known as an innovator. His " University Without Walls " concept of taking education to the people has been both envied and emulated throughout the nation. In academics alone, when Dr. Adams became President, Troy State University was offering its students an opportunity to earn degrees in only four areas of study. Today, because of Dr. Adams ' leadership, that opportunity has expanded to a point where it is possible for those seeking them to earn degrees in fifteen areas of study. This represents a growth in the number of degrees offered by more than 300 percent in only a ten year period. Dr. Adams is a man whose horizons have no bounds, whose services to his fellow man have no limits. n s lair iv President Adams and Mrs. Jean Mary, Secretary jfc ■ v, .. , . " . mfr :, I ■ " ' • 5 » n Troy State University Board of Trustees Board Members Paul Staples, Student Representative Mrs. Alice Moseley Mr. J. Wilbert Jordan President Ralph W. Adams Mr. McDowell Lee Mr. Jack Giles Mr. Wallace Malone Mr. Robert Kelly Judge Jack W.Wallace NOT PICTURED: Governor George C. Wallace Dr. Wayne Teague Mr. C. J. Hartley Sen. Robert T. Wilson Troy State ' s Board of Trustees is made up of outstanding Alabamians from a variety of walks in life. Governor George C Wallace is President of the Board; McDowell Lee serves as President Pro- Tempore; and President Ralph W. Adams serves as Secretary of the Board. GOVERNOR WALLACE, a former circuit judge from Barbour County and member of the State Legislature has run for the U.S. Presidency three times; he is acknowledged as one of the major political leaders in the country. Governor George C. Wallace Mr Jack Giles Mr. C.J. Hartley Mr. J. Wilbert Jordan Mr. Robert Kelly 254 JACK GILES of Huntsville is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law School. A Dallas County native, he is a former State Senator, has served as City Attorney in Huntsville and has held several key appointments in Madison County as well as at the State level. C.J. HARTLEY of Tuscaloosa is also a University of Alabama graduate. He is a leading merchant in Tuscaloosa, and in 1967 was named Man of the Year by the greater Tuscaloosa Chamber of Commerce. He is active in Boys Club work, in the Exchange and Elks Clubs and the YMCA in Tuscaloosa. J. WILBERT JORDAN of Mobile is an insurance company executive and a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law School. A recognized leader in the insurance field, he is also active in civic work and church activities in Mobile. ROBERT KELLY of Montgomery is a vice president of the Union Bank and Trust Company in the city. Kelly is an attorney and a graduate of the University of Alabama, with a doctorate of jurisprudence from that university. He has served as State Treasurer of the Alabama Heart Association. MCDOWELL LEE, a TSU graduate, is a Clayton native. He was elected mayor of the town of Clio at the age of 21, the youngest man ever elected mayor of an Alabama town. He was a special agent with the FBI from 1950-1 952, and a member of the Legislature from 1955-63. He was elected Secretary of the Alabama Senate in July, 1963, and is recognized as one of the state ' s top legislative leaders. WALLACE MALONE, a Birmingham banker and a native of Dothan received a bachelor of science degree from the University of Alabama and a M.S. from the University of Pennsylvania. Malone presently serves as chairman of the TSU Foundation and Chairman of the Board of the U.S. Army Aviation Museum Association. ALICE D. MOSELEY of Selma is a graduate of Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Ga., and holds her M.S. from Emory University. She is married to Frank Wallace Moseley, Jr. and is a leader in civic, social and church activities in Selma and the State. WAYNE TEAGUE, a native of Cullman, is a graduate of Auburn University. Teague has held various educational supervisory positions throughout his career and is presently serving as State Superintendent of Education. He is a member of various civic clubs and organizations and was named Alabama Educator of the Year in 1975, by Kappa Phi Kappa Honorary Society. JACK WALLACE of Clayton is recognized as one of the state ' s key political leaders. Judge Wallace, a Circuit Judge, is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law School. ROBERT WILSON, State Senator, of Jasper is also one of the major powers in Alabama politics and a key figure in the support of higher education in the state. An attorney, and serving his third term in the state senate, Wilson is a member of the Senate Finance and Taxation Committee. McDowell Lee Wallace Malone Dr. Wayne Teague Judge Jack W.Wallace Robert Wilson 255 Executive Committee Members LEFT TO RIGHT: Dean Gary Branch Mr. Jim Hall Mr. Albert Whittle Dr. James E Bailey Dean Donald Gibson Dr. Ralph W. Adams Dr. W. T. Wilkes Dr. Edward Barnett Mr Robert M Paul Mr. James W. Hall, Special Assistant to the President 256 Mr. Robert M. Paul, Vice President, TSUFR Dothan Mr. Donald J. Gibson, Dean of Student Affairs Mr Gary Branch, Dean of Prospective Student Services Records Mr. Albert Whittle, Business Manager 257 Dr. W. T. Wilks Retires After 29 Years at Troy State After 29 years of service in numerous capacities at TSU, Dr. W. T. Wilks is retiring from his position as Vice President of the University and Dean of Academic Affairs, effective April 1, 1976. Dr. Wilks was named Vice President in 1972 to go along with the position as Vice President for Academic Affairs, which he began in 1968. His other positions at TSU include heading the departments of education and science. Following the death of TSU President Frank Stewart in 1964, Dr. Wilks was named Acting President and Chairman of the Administrative Council for six months. Previous to that time, he headed several faculty committees and was coordinator of Instruction. He began work at TSU in 1947. He has been chairman of the Troy Housing Authority since 1967. He has published numerous articles in Journal of Chemical Education, American Journal of Physics, The Science Teacher, School Science and Mathematics, The Grade Teacher, Journal of Alabama Academy of Science, Alabama School Journal, and NEA Publication Education for Free Men. Some of his honors are Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, served as secretary, treasurer and president of Alabama Academy of Science, was Alabama Director of National Science Teachers Association for ten years, Executive Committee Member of State Council of Chief Academic Officers for Alabama Commission on Higher Education, and listed in American Men of Science and Marquis Who ' s Who. He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, and Phi Eta Sigma. We regret that Dr. Wilks is leaving TSU, as he has served the University well and he will be missed. " • " I)r Wilks and President Ad.ims Mr Albert Whittle, Business Manager, and Dr. Wilks 258 Dr. Wilks and Dr. Max Rafferry, Dean of School of Education Mrs. Jean Mary, Secretary- to the President and Dr. Wilks Mrs. Gurley Wilks Also Retires From University Mrs. Wilks joined the TSU faculty in 1971 as an Instructor-Supervisor under the Career Opportunity Program. She received her B.S. from Auburn University. Mrs. Wilks taught in elementary schools before coming to Troy for 25 years. She has been active in social and civic organizations, serving as recording secretary for the Alabama Federal of Women ' s Club; District Chairman of Mission on Education for the Troy First United Methodist Church, President of WSCS. member of the Troy Woman ' s Club. The Nineteenth Century Club, and a member of AAUW. Mrs. Wilks was President of the Faculty Wives Club at TSU, and many other activities were a part of her life. Dr. and Mrs. Wilks plan to do all the things they have always wanted to get around to, like restoring an old home on Murphree street, playing golf, visiting their home in Florida and doing a lot of traveling. Dr. Joseph Creek presenting a gift to Mrs. Gurley Wilks 259 Dr. Warner and Dr. Widdowson Retire From University Dr. Josephine Warner Dr. D. C. Widdowson Dr. Josephine Warner, joined the TSU faculty in 1964. She is an Associate Prof essor of Psychology and received her B.S. from Jacksonville State, her M.S. from Auburn University: and her Ed.D. from Columbia University. Dr. Warner was sponsor to the Psi Lambda Club; President and a member of the Board of Directors of the Pike County Mental Health. Association. She was President of the TSU Education Association, member of the Gamma Gamma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society and also served as President. President of the Troy and Auburn American Association of University Women. Dr. Warner has been active in social and civic work in addition to her cai hing. She is a member of American Association for Advancement of S( ience, American Personnel and Guidance Association, and numerous others Dr. D. C. Widdowson, Professor of Biology, joined the TSU faculty in 1954. He received his B.S. from the University of Alabama and his M.A. from the University of Alabama, his M.Ed, from George Peabody, and his Ed.D. from George Peabody in 1953. He founded the Medical Technology and Sanitary Science programs at TSU. He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, Past President of the Alabama Association of Medical Technicians, member of the National Board for Accreditation of College Programs for Environmental Health and Sanitary Science. He is also listed in American Men of Science. 260 Troy State University ' s First Lady Mrs. Dorothy K. Adams Reigning as the " First Lady " of Troy State University is Dorothy Kelly Adams, the wife or Dr. Ralph Adams. Mrs. Adams, a native of Evergreen, graduated from the University of Alabama with an A.B. degree, and has done graduate work at the University of Alabama, the University of Virginia, and the University of Colorado, receiving her M.S. degree from Troy State University. As well as serving as the hostess at the prcsdient ' s home and an instructor in Troy State ' s English department, Mrs. Adams is an active member in numerous social and professional organizations of which a few are Troy Women ' s Club, Pike County Pensions and Securities Board, Nineteenth Century Club, National Geographic Club. Montgomery Branch of the English Speaking Union. Troy Branch of the Alpha Delta Pi Alumni Association. Pike County Mental Health Association. Trov Charity Eeague, Troy Women ' s Golf Association, TSU Faculty Wives Club, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Founder and Sponsor, TSU Dames Club; Sponsor, TSU Religious Council; Founder and Member of Board of TSU Dames Club Nursery; and was recently selected as the City of Troy ' s Woman of the Year, which is an honor associated with the Troy Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Adams has been honored by being selected for Outstanding Personalities of the South.. Outstanding Educators of America. Two Thousand Women of Achievement, Who ' s Who in Alabama. Who ' s Who in Women of the World. Religious Council Appreciation Award. A AUW Appreciation Award. ( Chamber of Commerce Letter of Appreciation Award in 1974, and Dr. R. H. F.rvin established the Dorothy Kelly Adams Scholarship Fund. Her professional affiliations are Phi Kappa Phi. Delta Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi. American Association of University Women. Alabama Conclave of Writers. Sigma Alpha Iota, ASETA. and Sigma Tau Delta. Troy State is fortunate to have a " First Lady " such as Mrs. Dorothy Kelly Adams, who is always willing to share her time, talents and abilities, and her home with members of the university community as well as with members of the City of Trov. 261 University Administration Stephen D. Parker, Director, Purchasing and Inventory Control Maggie Kyzar, Bix kstore Manager James E. Reeves, Director of Non-Academic Personnel Dr. Freddie WtxxJ, Assistant to the President Jackie Carlisle, Staff Accountant 262 Marvin Vickers, Director of Student Activities Thomas Jeff McClain, Registrar Erin Teal. Director of Placement Services Margaret King, Coordinator of Women ' s Residence Erma Blair, Postmistress Rick Stetson. Director of Veterans Affairs 263 Gloria Creek, Director of Student Health Services Robert Williford, Associate Dean of Student Affairs 1 m mm w y Xa jX ?l Melton Carter, Director of Physical Plant Arthur Coker, Director of Housing and Conference Services J V Jinright, Chief , Campus Security Walter Sullivan, Associate Registrar 26-i F.rvin Wood, Associate Dean of Prospective Students Records Larry Milliner. Assistant Director ot Financial Aid 265 Gary Stogncr, Director of Print Media Relation Robert Earl Stewart, Director of Athletics 266 Doris Patterson, Nurse College of Arts and Sciences Dr. John M. Long, Dean Dr. John M. Long, Director of Bands and Professor of Music at Troy State University, received the bachelor ' s degree from Jacksonville State University, the mast er ' s degree from the University of Alabama, and was awarded the honorary Doctor of Laws degree from his Alma Mater, Jacksonville State University. He is a member of the American Bandmasters Association, state chairman of the American School Band Directors Association, past state president of Phi Beta Mu, past state chairman of the National Band Association, a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Kappa Psi. Phi Mu Alpha, and the college Band Directors National Association. He is past commander of Post 96 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of the American Legion, the American Federation of Musicians Local No. 479, the Board of Directors of the Troy Chamber of Commerce, and is past president of the Troy Rotary Club. He also serves as a member of the School Board for the public schools in the City of Troy, and was recently appointed by Governor George C. Wallace to the Alabama Historical Commission. Dr. Long also serves as Dean of the School of Fine Arts. Dr. John A. Carroll, Assoc. Dean Dr. J. A. Carroll, Associate Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and Bicentennial Professor of History, was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for biographical work on George Washington. He taught at several universities in the western states before coming to Troy State University in the fall of L974. 268 Hall School of Journalism John R. Chamberlain, Dean Mr. Chamberlain writes a nationally syndicated column featured in over 100 newspapers located throughout the United States and has served as editor of such widely circulated magazines as Fortune, Harper ' s and Life. He has held editorial positions on the New York Times Book Review of Literature, Scribner ' s Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and Barron ' s Magazine. His experience includes advertising, writing, reporting, book reviewing, and contributing to many of America ' s major literary and intellectual periodicals. He has also taught in the Columbia School of Journalism. Mr. Chamberlain has authored many books including FAREWELL TO REFORM, THE AMERICAN STAKES. THE ROOTS OF CAPITALISM, and THE ENTERPRISING AMERICAN: A BUSINESS HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. School of Business and Commerce Dr. Rhae Swisher, Dean Dr. Rahe M. Swisher. Dean of the School of Business and Commerce, came to Troy State in 19 7 3 as Assistant Dean of the School of Business and Commerce. In February of 19 7 5, Dr. Swisher was made Associate Dean and later the same year received an appointment as Dean of the department. He attended Indiana University, the School of Law, J.D., and received his degree in 1950. Before coming to Troy State. Dr. Swisher was associated with several large corporations, gaining much valuable practical experience. He is a member of the Office and Space Assignment Committee and is Chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee on Management Information S stems. 269 School of Education Dr. Max Rafferty, Dean Dr. Max Raf ferry, Dean of the School of Education, is the author of a nationally syndicated column featured in more than 100 newspapers from coast to coast and writes two other columns for the press. In 1962, he wrote the all-time bestseller on education, SUFFER, LITTLE CHILDREN. A speech he delivered in 1961, " The Passing of the Patriot, " has been described as the most controversial speech an educator has made in the last generation. Raf ferty ' s first visit to Troy State was in 1970 when he delivered the commencement address, a speech that since has been reprinted twice. A lifelong career teacher and administrator in California schools, Rafferty is a graduate of U.C.L.A. and the holder of an earned doctorate in education from the University of Southern California and honorary doctoral degrees from Lincoln University and Brigham Young. School of Nursing Miss Betty Thomas, Dean Miss Betty Thomas, Dean of Troy State ' s School of Nursing, heads the school. From Laurel Hill, Florida, Miss Thomas attended Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, and Teachers College, Columbia University, New York. Her positions held include Clinical Instructor at Mather School of Nursing, Southern Baptist Hospital, New Orleans, part-time staff nurse at the Student Infirmary of Florida State University, Instructor-Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing at Sunland Hospital for the Retarded in Tallahassee. Miss Thomas has been active in a number of organizations, and is Advisor to the TSU Student Nurses Association at Troy State. Dean Thomas ' publications include " Rural Hospital Nursing — A Beginning Experience, " in NURSING OUTLOOK. 270 i Aerospace Studies Department With the full support and assistance of the administration, faculty, and staff of Troy State University, Air Force ROTC Detachment 017 was organized during the spring and summer of 1971. The detachment has had a short, but very eventful and productive history. In March, 1973, the Dr. Theodore C. Marrs Squadron of Arnold Air Society was chartered at Troy State. The Arnold Air Society is a national honorary organization composed of outstanding AFROTC cadets. The TSU squadron was named for Dr. Ted Marrs, at the time Deputy Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs. Col. Walter Hennigan, Chairman T Sgt. William Cole T Sgt.JoelR Hartley Ma]. William Holcomb Maj. James Pearce Wallace Wilson 271 Biological Science Department The Science Department at Troy State University was reorganized in 1970. Two new departments were formed. They were the Department of Biological Science and the Department of Physical Sciences. Dr. James C. Wilkes, who had served as Chairman, Department of Sciences, was appointed Chairman, Department of Biological Sciences. Troy State ' s Department of Biological Sciences has the distinction of being the only University department which has provided full-term summer institutes supported by non- university funding. Dr. }. C. Wilkes, Chairman 272 Classics Department The classics program was initiated by Dr. Malcolm Agnew, former chairman of the Classics Department at Boston University. The emphasis in the original program was about equally divided between traditional language courses (Greek and Latin) and courses in translation dea ling with the literature and civilization of the ancient world. In response to the needs and desires of the university curriculum, the language program has been phased out and the program now consists entirely of translation and humanities courses. Dr. Agnew retired in 1973 and was replaced by Dr. Robert Stampfli, who previously taught at Texas Tech University. Dr. Robert Stampfli Chairman Law Enforcement Department The Law Enforcement Department offers courses in various aspects of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice and Psychology, Sociology, Business Administration and Counseling. The goal of the department is to prepare dedicated, well-educated men and women for the various fields of Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Administration and Correction. Mr. Glynn Eiland Chairman 273 English Department During the past decade, the Department of English and Foreign Languages has made considerab le progress. Although the strides taken to insure the improvement of every facet of the department ' s operations have not been made in any sensational fashion, the steady, day-by-day hard work and planning characteristics of the faculty and staff have to establish a secure academic reputation throughout the region. Mr. Fred Davis, Chairman ? --• Mrs. Dorothy Adams Marvin Bassctt Michele Blanchard Dr. Rosemary Canfield Cordelia Gray Betsy Hamlet Frederick Heidemann William Hicks Mary Hilyer Peter Howard Dr William Pixton Dr. Joseph Roberts Dr. Gertrude Schroeder Faye Senn Mary D. Ward 274 History and Social Science Department The establishment of a national honor society is only one of the many accomplishments the Troy State University Department of History ' and Social Science has made under the leadership of President Ralph W. Adams. In August of 1964, Phi Alpha Theta, international history honorary, chartered Iota Mu Chapter at the University. In addition to providing recognition for its students, the Department also opened new educational opportunities by expanding it courses offered in the fields of sociology, political science and history. Dr. Duane Tway, Chairman Dr. John Bowling Mrs. Bernadette Grant Mr. Pat Harris Mr. Richard Kcnworthy Mrs. Mary Mathis Dr. Ray Mathis ' f; £k Mr Curtis Porter Mr. Grady Post Dr. Brooks Thompson Dr. Leonard Trapp Mr. James Williams 275 Dr. Edward Barnett, Chairman Dr. Lou Destito Mr. John Lee Mr. Charles Norris Math Department Ten years ago, no member of the mathematics staff held a doctoral degree. Few, in fact, had training beyond the master ' s level. Today, three of the six full-time staff hold Ph.D degrees in mathematics, two have master ' s degrees and one has completed work beyond the master ' s degree. The future of the Department of Mathematics is bright indeed. The staff plans to upgrade the existing programs and propose new programs as the need arises. Mi lames O ' Neal Mr James Ray Dr. Luck Watford 276 Physical Science Department The Department of Physical Sciences was established in September of 1970 as part of the University ' s administrative reorganization. Soon after Dr. Adams became President of Troy State University, funds were provided to expand the school ' s science facilities. An annex to McCall Hall was completed in the spring and occupied in the summer of 1967. This approximately doubled the space available for teaching in the physical sciences. Since the Physical Science Department was established in 1970, it has played a major role in hosting regional Science Fairs. However, the most important event has been a lecture series by Dr. Howard Teller, noted physicist, for the past two years. Dr. Edward Ward, Chairman All Dr. Sammy Ingram Dr. Edward Kantor Dr. John Muller t Dr. Billy Norman Q £ 1 Mr. Eugene Omasta Mr. Rex Price 277 Dr. Joseph Mitchell, Chairman Dr. Hans Moennig ' — Philosophy and Religion Department The De partment of Philosophy and Religion was established in 1966 in efforts to broaden the liberal arts program at Troy University. The department is presently under the leadership of Dr. Joseph Mitchell, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Auburn and Duke Universities, with almost a decade of teaching at Carleton College, Union College and Central Methodist College. In its offerings in world religions, the Department has sought to give Troy students a global religious perspective. Courses in Old and New Testament have been designed to give them a scholarly introduction to the major religious tradition of western culture. In its courses in philosophy, the Department has tried to acquaint students with the writing of the great thinkers and to instruct them in the methods of logical thought. 276 Hall School of Journalism Though the Department of English at Troy State University offered journalism courses for several years, not until 1970 did the TSU Catalogue list journalism as a minor. Realizing the necessity for a strong journalism program in Alabama, Dr. Ralph W. Adams, President of TSU, announced at the 100th anniversary convention of the Alabama Press Association, held in Birmingham in February, 1971, that a new department of journalism would be established at TSU. The school was named for the Hall family of Alabama, unique in the number of distinguished Alabama journalists it has produced, with John R. Chamberlain, distinguished author and editor named founding dean. The Troy State University System, by a vote of the board of Trustees on October 18, 1974, established The HECTOR Awards for Outstanding Performance by Alabamians in Journalism. Nominees chosen for receipt of the HECTOR AWARDS are announced at a symposium for professional journalists and students which is held annually in the spring on The Troy State University System campus. Nominators are invited to attend the symposium and join with the Troy State University System in recognizing nominees. The HECTOR AWARDS program is endowed by the Troy State University Foundation and is continuous from the date of its establishment. Erskine Brown Associate Dean Judy Wagnon THE HECTOR AWARDS im Wooten of Washington Bureau of NEW YORK. TIMES, and Mr Jim Hall. Jay Lewis. WSFA, Hector Award Recipient 279 Mr. Don Hines, Acting Asst. Dean Dr. Dean Allmon ■ mgg Ji:,. Frederick Cain Dr. Eva Carr r $ Joseph Creek Dr Robert Judd Helen Leverette Dr. Wayne Curtis Terry Miller Business and Commerce The primary objective of Troy State University ' s School of Business is to educate and prepare students for employment careers in the business world. Since the operation of a business firm includes the performance of board and diverse duties, preparatory programs at TSU are also broad and diverse. Bachelor Degree programs in accounting, economics and marketing, along with business and secretarial education, have been in existence at Troy State University for several years. New bachelor degree programs in finance and management were initiated in 1970. Academic education in computer science was begun in 1973. Although most of the bachelor degree programs in business administration have been offered by TSU for more than ten years, each individually has been revised periodically. Revision is necessary, of course, if TSU is to keep abreast of the rapidly changing techniques found in businesses and in the new or improved technology utilized by businessmen. Troy State University has made great strides during the past ten years in providing its business students with solid curriculum and a stable faculty. During 1972, all bachelor degree programs were modified so as to better train students for employment in the business world. Obsolete courses were deleted, currently needed courses were added, and other courses were re-organized and re-numbered to place them in their proper curriculum sequence. James Dykes Priscilla Garrott Joy Milliner George Miner Steve Garrott Robert Palmer Arthur Jan sen Eugene Sherman V William Smith Dr. G. T. Stewart Billy Walters Leroy Walton Dr. Bill Wilkerson Qqi Emelda Williams William Williams 280 Education and Psychology Department The School of Education at Troy State University has continued to build on the strong foundation built by the institution ' s earliest students, faculty and administrators. For the past ten years, however, the growth and progress has been particularly significant. For example, the professional staff increased during that time from five educationists with three doctorates and two psychologists to thirteen educationists with seven doctorates and six psychologists with three doctorates. With the improvement in the qualifications of the staff has come a corresponding increase in services and programs. And. if this expansion and growth were not enough to keep the faculty and staff busy, the School of Education, during the past decade, continued to sponsor a series of summer workshops for in-service teachers and administrators. The future of the School of Education at Troy State University is indeed a bright one. Dr. Ralph Erickson David Adams James Anderson Max Annder James Brantley Theron Covin Dr. James Dwyer Joe Harrington - Dr. Charlotte McCombs Dr. R. McCombs HI rri Charlie Parker aSLfi Dr. Horace Nelson Dr. Bryon Holgrem Dr. W. P. Lewis Dr. Rufus Hughes James Kimbrough Dr. Josephine Warner Carol Lovelady I Gurley Wilks Charles Whitson 281 Dr. Rudy M. Argenti, Chairman Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department Degree production in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) Department in the School of Education has almost doubled in the past decade and the department is serving almost 2,000 students in athletic-oriented activities. In addition to instructional offerings, the department is also responsible for the University ' s intramural program. This program offers organized athletic competition in numerous different sports to more than 1,800 students each year. Mi. John Archer Mr. Nick Costes Dr. Gene Hanson -» Mrs Gracie Sauers Miss Joyce Sorrel] Mrs. Patsy Walden Mrs. Virginia Watson 232 Art Department The Department of Art at Troy State University has made numerous strides under the leadership of President Ralph W. Adams. The Department ' s reputation for quality art education continues to grow and the faculty has produced among its students a number of talented and gifted artists. Dr. Robert Paxson, Chairman Mr Mark Brewtc Mrs. Pat Duke Mr. Woodi Ishmael Mrs. Carolyn Stone Mr. Edwin Walter e?»- I 283 Dr. David Dye, Chairman Speech and Drama Department The University ' s Speech and Theatre curriculum has been filled with exciting developments ever since it was first instituted. One of the first innovations in this area of University study was the organization of the Pied Pipers. The Pied Pipers are TSU students who perform for children ' s groups. Officially, Pied Pipers are the " school ' s first permanent touring children ' s theatre ensemble. " But unofficially, the group does much more than tour. It attracts to the University ' s Smith Hall several thousands of youngsters in the South Alabama area to see such performances as " Little Red Riding Hood " and the " Three Little Pigs. " Among the Department ' s other activities during the year is its sponsorship of theatre and debate camps as a part of the University ' s summer Fine Arts Camp for high school students, and the dinner theatre which is presented each spring, as well as other productions. Dr. Gerald Baxter Mr Robert Pinson 284 Music Department During the last ten years the Music Department has grown to be one of the largest of any university in the state. It now has approximately 200 students enrolled. In the past decade the Department has achieved national prominence in many fields under the leadership of its enthusiastic and well qualified staff. The Collegiate Singers, which numbers 70 members, is now directed by Dr. William Denison, Assistant Chairman of the Music Department. During the 19 7 4 summer quarter, the Master ' s Degree in Music Education was added to the curriculum and was received by a very large initial class. Student musical organizations now active on campus include the Phi Mu Alpha and Sigma Alpha Iota professional music fraternities, the Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary Fraternity for College Bandsmen, the Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Sorority for College Bandswomen, and the Music Educators National Conference. Dr. William Denison, Assistant Chairman Jean Barr Charles Calkins David Eislcr Violet Ervin Everett Johnson Phillip Kelly Georpe Patterson Dr. Carol Volrath Fames Wadowick Truman Welch Sarah Ann Whaley 285 School of Nursing Recognizing the acute need for nurses and what a university can contribute to nursing education, the Board of Trustees of Troy State University voted to establish a School of Nursing in June, 1969, which would offer a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree. This program was designed to prepare men and women for excellent job opportunities in various health agencies across the nation. B.S.N. Program i Glenda Creapeau Alice Dickerson Susan Halley Dorothy Holland A, ' Sara Parrisl Delia Sullins Mary Weaver Lula Whigham 286 The Graduate Division Council The graduate program is organized to provide advanced study leading to the Master of Science in Education, Master of Science in Special Education, Master of Science in School Administration. Master of Science in Counseling and Guidance, Master of Science in Criminal Justice and the Master of Business Administration. The Sixth Year Program leading to an AA Certificate of an Ed.S. degree is offered in Administration and Supervision, and Counseling and Guidance. The above degree programs consist of professional offerings within each discipline and are aligned to meet state, regional and national accrediting standards. Dr. Rudy Argenti, Director PO 1 a " r ' J If wm K, M r ' jujffi 1 ' 1 r «»- ' t Dr. Eva Carr, Mr. McClain, Dr. Ralph Tiller Dr. Erickson, Dr. Raf ferry. Dr. Schroeder, Dr. J. C Wilkes NOT PICTURED: Dr. Grace Boyd, Dr. Dwane Tway, Dr. Shwisher, Dr. Wayne Curtis, Dr Dale Martin, Dr. Bruce Emerson, Dr. Barnett. Dr. Wyatt Grimmer, Dr. Margaret Kirkland. Dr. Henry Davis 287 GRADUATION — 76 $ • -v I 4 ! % if I • v dBd ft I ■■ If . • ■1 fc. +■ ■ - i 4T i L 4 r u. ! 289 Honors Day 1976 ttSHBr m % ' %lttlmmP™™l mBB W 1 K " H " • H ' ' Shu WL 290 Mr. Eugene Sherman Receives 1976 Ingalls Award Eugene H. Sherman, assistant professor in the Troy State University School of Business and Commerce, has been named the recipient of the 1976 Ingalls Award for excellence in classroom teaching. Sherman will receive a $1,000 check and a plaque made possible by the Ingalls Foundation, Inc. of Birmingham. Selection of TSU ' s " outstanding classroom teacher " was made by a committee of students representing all of the university ' s academic disciplines. Sherman is a native of Montgomery and a graduate of Sidney Lanier High School. He attended the University of Alabama where he received his bachelor ' s and master ' s degrees. Outside the classroom, Sherman is chairman of the TSU Faculty Personnel Advisory Committee. He is also a member of the Athletic Policy and Student Affairs committees. He is a member of the university ' s selection committee for " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. " He recently served as Chairman of the Title IX Athletic Committee. He is also a faculty advisor to Sigma Pi fraternity. TSUM At the invitation of the United States Air Force, Troy State University began conducting classes at Maxwell and Gunter Air Force Bases in Montgomery, Alabama, in the spring of 1965. Dr. James E. Bailery, Jr., Vice President for the University ' s operation in Montgomery, explains that at its founding Troy State ' s purpose was to offer servicemen, their dependents and government employees an opportunity to work toward a baccalaureate degree. Since that time, however, the role of the school within the Montgromery community has greatly expanded to meet the demands of the local citizens for quality educational opportunities. The University administrators have developed a program centered to meet the needs of both the community and those in the military service. In the spring of 1970, it was requested of the University ' s Board of Trustees that the designation for the Montgomery branch be changed to that of Troy State University in Montgomery. The request was approved. TSUM was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges an- J Schools in 1971. Dr. James E. Bailey, Jr. Vice President, TSUM Dr. Kline W.Johnson Dean of Student Affairs and Registrar 292 Department Chairmen Arthur M. Shiver Business Dr. Quincy W. Tucker Criminal Justice J 1 11 Dr. A. Wayne Deloach English and Foreign Language Dr. Gordan K. Pickler History and Social Science Dr. Richard B. Ellis Science and Math TSUM Instructors ■ w j V Joseph F McGraw Gerald Shogren Randell White Robert Smith Mrs. Mary Harp Dr. Winfred Harris Business Business Business Criminal Justice English and Foreign Language English and Foreign Language 293 Mrs. Rachel C. Mathison English and Foreign Language Dr. Grace Boyd Counseling and Guidance Dr. Samuel Dautch Counseling and Guidance Dr. Don Home Counseling and Guidance Dr. Dale Martin Counseling and Guidance Dr. Samule Shippen Counseling and Guidance Dr. Ralph Taylor Counseling and Guidance Dr. Robert Bailey Education Patricia Hardin Education Dr. Bruce Emerson Education Mrs. Dorothy Judd Education Dr. Wilda Pickett Education Dr. Carl Reade Education Dr Jane Sentell Education Miss Joyce Weiss Education Rial Gallagher History and Social Science Jack Joseph History and Social Science John Lane History and Social Science Dr. Jack Sexson History and Social Science Donald Threlkeld History and Social Science William Goodner Science and Math Frank Scruggs, Jr. Science and Math fN Margaret Tetter Science and Math 294 Dothan Fort Rucker Officially known as Troy State University Dothan Fort Rucker, classes were established within the city limits of Dothan in February, 1975, when the University leased office space in the former Houston Hotel building. Three hundred students were enrolled at the Dothan campus the first quarter and the enrollment had more than doubled by the fall quarter. More than 1,000 students may eventually occupy the facilities. According to Robert Paul, Vice President of TSU Dothan Fort Rucker, " The future of TSU is bright indeed, and our expansion into Dothan assures us of being highly successful. " Facilities include classrooms, lounges, general offices, and a bookstore. Classes are located on 6, 7, and 8 floors with general offices on the 5th floor and the bookstore on the 1st floor. Sixty-three percent of the faculty at TSU Dothan Fort Rucker hold doctorate degrees. This percentage far exceeds the 40 percent requirement set for the school by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is the highest of any university in the State of Alabama. The growth of Troy State University Dothan Fort Rucker has been nothing short of phenomenal. Robert M. Paul, Vice President Dothan Fort Rucker Alto L.Jackson Assistant to Vice President Annie McCuistian Registrar James W. Grimmer Academic Dean 295 Dothan Fort Rucker Instructors Mr. Richard L. Weekcs Director of Applied Sciences Mr. Hilman Batchelor Assistant Professor of Business Mr. Frank Campbell Assistant Professor of Business Mr. Jack A. Cockran Assistant Professor of Business Mr. James Grant Marketing Mr. Paul Stark Business Department, Head Mrs. Gayle White Business- Education Dr. Joseph R. Taylor Assistant Professor of Education Betty Anderson Psychology 296 Dr. Maggie Kirldand Assistant Professor of Psychology Larry Brown Geography- David Gillard Music Allyne Gibson Assistant Professor of Reading Dr. Jack R.Sublette Assistant Professor of English Dr. Dewey T. Harden Assistant Professor of Guidance and Counseling Cranford Hataway Assistant Professor of History George McKenna Director of Warrant Officer Program Dr. J Barton Starr Assistant Professor of History 297 293 Photos of Counseling and Guidance Classes at Zweibrueken, Germany Troy State University began in 1887 in the small town of Troy, Alabama. Who would have foreseen at that time, or even eleven years ago when Dr. Adams arrived, that Troy State would be operating a campus which covers more than a 2,500 mile distance in four European countries? It indeed has happened because today TSU offers classes at locations in England, Germany, Italy, and Turkey. The Troy State University European campus is composed of sixteen mini-campuses in four countries; two in Italy, three in Turkey, four in England, and seven in West Germany. Since its inception in August, 1974, the European Division with 14 courses at eight US Air Force installations, and an initial enrollment of 221, has grown to 52 courses at 16 bases and an enrollment of 687; the actual student body has grown from 177 to 430 students. Individuals with a Bachelor ' s Degree from an accredited university are eligible for the programs, which grant Master of Science Degrees in Management, International Relations, and Counseling and Guidance. Enrolling in two courses per term can enable the individual to have his degree in fourteen months, without having to write a thesis. This especially provides the serviceman with an opportunity to broaden his education and even earn his Master ' s while stationed in Europe in the military. On August 30, 1975, Troy State University European Division, held its first graduation exercises, awarding some 59 Master of Science Degrees (the class consisting of 41 officers, 8 enlisted personnel, and 10 dependents or civilians). At these ceremonies, Dr. Max Rafferty, Dean of the School of Education, delivered the commencement address, and Judge Jack Wallace, member, Board of Trustees, presented the degrees for the President. The 1975-76 graduation is to be held on August 21, 1976. 299 TSU •TSU TSU GERMANY TSU S TSU TSU TSU TSU U ,TSU TSU ITALY IN ENGLAND Alconbury Bentwaters Chicksands Upper Heyford GERMANY Bitburg Hahn Rams te in Rhein-Main Spangdahlem Wiesbaden Zweibrucken ITALY Aviano San Vito TURKEY Incirlik Izmir Karamursel TSUin Europe Dr. James D. C. Robinson European Coordinator Dr. Robinson received his B.S. Degree from the University of Rhode Island, and his M.Ed, and Doctorate from Auburn University. Prior to his European duties with Troy State, Dr. Robinson was on the main campus as Assistant Vice President for Of f -Campus Education from 1973-74 and in 1972-73 Director of Institutional Research. In July of 1974, Dr. Robinson and his family moved to Weisbaben, Germany to coordinate the TSU European Division. Dr. Robinson has been associated in the administrative capacity with several universities and served 28 years on active duty in the Air Force, retiring as a full Colonel in June, 1967. He was Area Commandant with the ROTC programs covering five state and 20 universities, along with many other administrative duties during his tenure with the Air Force. He has been honored with military decorations of the Legion of Merit, Navy Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Force Distinguished Flying Cross Air Medal with four Clusters, Army and Air Force Commendation Medals. He is a member of the Shrine and Masonic Orders, Phi Delta Kappa, Daedalian Society and was selected as an Outstanding Educational Administrator of America in 1974. Dr. Wanda L. Hudson Asst. European Coordinator 302 European Administration Charles Kclley, Business Manager Glenn V. Fissel, Registrar Nolan Hatcher, Student Recruiter Publicist Summer Hudson, Jr., Facilities Officer Bennie Tarnow (left), Asst. Registrar Tina Cline (right). Registration Clerk Barbara Reinhardt, Tuition Accountant George Schmeiz, Textbook Accountant 303 Dr. Richard Games Counseling and Guidance Dr. Nolan C. Hatcher Counseling and Guidance Dr. Kent King Counseling and Guidance Dr. Patricia Self Counseling and Guidance Dr. Tim Theis Counseling and Guidance 1 Dr. J. Cudd Brown International Relations Dr. Charles Rudulph Internationa] Relations Dr. George Talbot International Relations 3CW Dr. R. B. Barton, Jr. Management Dr. J. T.Burke Management Dr Jerry Crawford Management Dr. Charles Neufeld Management Dr. Michael Gallagher Management Dr. Ed Rodgers Management m Dr.J. B. McCollum Management Dr. Brian Rungeling Management 305 PEOPLE 307 303 Abbott. Beth. Montgomery Adams, Alan. Troy Aiken. Johnny Monroeville Alford, Kenny, Montgomery- Allen, David; Foley Allen, Larry; Flomaton Allison, Carl; Atmore Anderson, Patricia. Enterprise Aplin, Greg; Crestview. Fla. Armstrong, Bill; Pensacola, Fla. Arnold, Charles; Troy Ashby, Robert; Sanford, Fla. Atkins, Richard; Greenville Baggett, Rebecca; Goshen Bailey, Annette; Ormond Beach, Fla Bailey, Joseph; Jack Baker, David; Elba Baker, Dennis; Linden Baker, Joe, Troy Baker, Sid; Eufaula Barber, Carol ; Troy Barlow, A. Steve; McKenzie Barnes. Nancy; Geneva Barr, Carol; Banks Barras, Barbara; Troy Barrett, Steve; Dothan Barrow, Ramona; Red Level Bassett, Richard; Troy Baxter. Judy; Louisville Baxter, James; Warm Springs, Ga. Bazzell. Anita; Montgomery Beam, Ellen; Jemison Bean, Peggy; Montgomery Beasley, Marilyn; Rutledge Beazley, Phillip; Montgomery Beck, Grover; Geneva - 309 Bcdsole, James; Greenville Bell, Donna; Opp Beville. Dawn; Selma Birchfield, Lynn; Montgomery Bishop, Clara; Montgomery Bishop, Rus; Montgomery Black, Becky; Beatrice Blair, Billy; Brewton Blair, William; Clayton Blocker, William; Andalusia Blough, Catherine; Mobile Blount, Teresa; Dothan Blount, Vix, Montgomery Bonds, Michael ; Greensboro, Ala. Bondurant, Jean; Dothan Borlard, Joseph; Troy Bourwell, Leavy; Elba Bowen, Edward; Pelham, Ga. Bowen. Sally; Pelham, Ga. Bowden. Rhonda; Enterprise Bowles, Becky; Montgomery Boyd, Vinston; Lanett Boyd, Delores; Opp Boykin, Dathy; Troy Bozeman, Kathy; Elba Bozone, Ann; Troy Bradsher, Debra; Montgomery Bradsher, James; Montgomery Brannon, Cathy; Andalusia Branson, Lois; Ariton Britt, Jerry; Dothan Brock, Lena; Greenville Brookhart, Warren; Mobile Brooks, Bruce; Troy Brooks, Darby; Gadsden Brooks, James; Hartford Brooks, Russell; Troy Brookins, Charles; Cottonwood Browder, Pual; Camden Brown, Aaron; Troy Brown, Angela; Dothan Brown, Danna; Brantley Brown, James A.; Ft. Gaines, Ga. Brown, Jeanette; Clayton Brzuska, Donna; Selma Buff. Cynthia; Garland Boyett, Alan; Montgomery Burkhalter, Ken; Gordo Burnette, Emmett; Saraland Butierrez, Bobby; Lovington, N.M. Butts, Tim; Opp Buxton, Ray; Selma Byrd, William B. ; Enterprise Cain, Nancy, Montgomery Caldwell, John; Mobile Calloway, Laura; Enterprise Campbell, Dennis; Louisville Campbell, Kenneth; Troy Campbell, Laurance; Montgomery Capell, Lori; Selma Carson, Richard; Eau Gallic, Fla Carter, John; Andalusia Casey, Rat ile; Georgiana 310 Casey, Tim; Frisco City Caylor, Annette. New Hi. Cephas, Gwen ; Troy Champion, Leila; Greenvilli Chappell. Fawn, Dothan Chatham, Linda; Montgomery Childers, Sidney; Skipperville Clark, Monty; Dothan Clemente, Arlene; Edgewater, Fla. Clemmons, Mary; Geneva Clemons, Todd; Okeechobee, Fla. Clibrey, Rosemary; Selma Clenney, Dawn; Abbeville Cobb, Charles; Andalusia Collier, Mary, Elba Collins, David; Dothan Cook, Cathleen; Mt. Ayr, Iowa Cook, Thomas; Troy Cooper, Fred; Clayton Copeland, John; Troy Corbitt, Cathi; Dothan Corkins, Felicia; Goshen Cornett, Stanton; Brantley Cotton, John; Troy Courson, Louie; Goshen Cowen, Brenda; Brewton Cox, Donna; Tuskeegee Crittenden, Roy; Troy Croft, Barry, Enterprise Croft, Melba, Enterprise Crook, Harold. Elba Croslin, Terry, Troy Crum, Irma, Selma Crook, Deborah, Atmore Croslin, Kenneth. Troy Crum, Linda; Selma Cunningham, Melinda; Clanton Curry, Garel ; Red Level Curry, Vivian; Dothan Curtis, Robert; Troy Dailey, Jim; Spanish Fort Daniel, Rebecca; Luverne Davidson, Susan; Montgomery Davis, Barbara; Dothan Davis, David; Eclectic Davis, Hiram; Montgomery Davis, Jane; Montgomery Davis,Joe; Troy Davis, John; Troy Davis, Pam; Greenwood, Fla. Davis, Robert; Tuskeegee Deese, Annie; Atmore Deloney, Rheba; Midland City Dillard, Larry; Dothan Dillon, Allen; Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Dix, Octavia; Troy Dixon, James; Enterprise Dobbies, William; Bay Minette Dodwell, Michael; Sylacauga Dole, Carl ; Flomaton Dominey, Sharon; Clayton Dorow, Richard; Oshkosh, Wis. Dotson, Susan, Lakeland, Fla. 311 Dunn, Becky; Florala Dunn, Gordon; Calvert Dykes, Lane; Ozark Eady, Rebecca; Montgomery Early, Stan; Samson East, Ed; Ohickason Edwards, Laura; Enterprise Egbert, Daniel; Dothan Eiland, Patsy; Montgomery El ledge, James; Troy Elliott, Frances; Enterprise Ellis, Janice; Evergreen Ellis, Rachel; Evergreen England, Charles; Brundidge English, Kenneth; Elba English, Patsy; Elba Espy, James; Abbeville Estes, Deborah, Montgomery Eubanks, Debra; Pansey Haircloth, Glenda; Wrightstown, N.J Farranto, Charlene; Holbrook, N.Y. Farris, Gail; Montgomery Farris, Randal; Troy Fayard, Vicky; Atmore Fayard, Wayne; Atmore Federovich, Peter; Troy Finlay, Jenney; Troy Findley, Michael; Troy 312 Flowers, Lynda; Hrundidge Flowers. Mary; Brundidge Floyd, Jeff; Monroevillc Floyd, Ray; Goshen Floyd, Sally; Goshen Folsom, Mickey; Flomaton For l, Amos; Troy Foster, Randall; Albany, Ga. Freeman, Donald; Montgomery Freeman, Mary; Troy Fredrick, Samuel; Troy French, Christine; Enterprise French, James; Dothan French, Susan, Enterprise Fuller, Ronnie; Samson Furlow, Hank; Millbrook Gaither, William; Lanett Gairwood. Michael; Mobile Gantt, Dwight; Montgomery Garrett, Billy; Attalla Gates, Cynthia; Ozark Gay, David; Troy Gibbs, Bill; Enterprise Gibson, David, Troy Gilmore, Andrew; Troy Gilmore, Lyvon; Clayton Godwin, Arrie; Fairhope Goolsbey, Nina; Laurel Hill, Fla. Graham, Alan; Panama City, Fla. Graham, Billy; Wetumpka Grant, Becky; Dozier Grant, Paul; Elba Grant, Sharron, Dozier Green, Nina; Union Springs Greer, Betty; Luverne Greer, Charles; Enterprise Griffin, Allen; Headland Griffin, Betry; Troy Griffin, Beverly, Dothan Grimes, David; Dothan Grimes, Keith; Camp Hill Grimes, Sally; Opp Griggs, Perry ; Troy Grissette, Don; Troy Grissette, Janice; Troy Guess, Cooper; Cherokee. Ala. Gutschlag, Leila; Ocala, Fla. Haire. Randal; Montgomery Hagler, Don; Dothan Hall, Adena; Bonifay. Fla. Hall, Ramona; Cowans Haliford, Anita; Sloccmb Halliday, Pat; Bay Minette 313 Hanna, Ronnie; Geneva Hanna, Terri; Donalsonville, Ga. Hanners, Charles; Newton Harbuck, Allen; Lockhart Harbuck, Pat, Red Level Hardman, Gary; Goodwater Hardwick, Bettye; Dothan Hardy, Coline; Dillon, S.C. Harrell, Shirley; Jackson Harris, George; Ozark Harris, Patricia; Pittsburgh, Penn Harrison, Julie; Opp Hart, Ann; Opp Hart, Danny; Troy Hartley, Debbie; Bay Minette Hastin, Herby; Troy Havens, Linda; Ft. Rucker Hayes, Alica; Troy Head, Carl; Montgomery Head, Kathleen; Troy Head, Thomas; Troy Hedstrom, Thomas; Dothan Henderson, Paul; Troy Heninger, Terry; West Palm Beach, Fla. Henson, Philip; Greenville Herald, Michael; Dayton, Ky. Hickerson, Vicky; Enterprise Hicks, Thomas; Phenix City Higdon, Rebecca; Repton Hildreth, John; Troy Hines, Rosie; Mobile Holland, Shirley; Enterprise Holley, Roni; Troy Holmes, Cindy; Luverne Hoover, Claude; Foley Hopper, Debbie; Troy Horn, Peggy; Luverne Horn, Sue; Luverne Horrell, Mark; Crawfordville, Fla. Horton, Leona; Millbrook Houston, Scott; Troy Howell, Jimmy; Castleberry Howell, Sue; Glenwood Hudman, Rodney; Wetumpka Hudson, Clovis; Mobile Hudson, Judie; Montgomery Hudson, Patsy; Sylacauga Huff, Jack; Orange Beach Huggins, Donna; Greenville Hughes, Billie; Goshen Hunter, Gwen; Tuskeegee Hutchison, Phillip, Niceville, Fla. Hutto, Sue; Banks Ingram, Catherine; Montgomery Ingram, Danny; Troy Ingram, Phillis; Troy Issacs, Dean; Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Ivcy, Wilson, Graceville, Fla. Jackson. Robert; Troy James, Dannylu; Goodway Jancaterino.John; Montgomery Jellison, Mike. Selma Jenkins. Shclia; Midland Ciry 3M Joe, Patricia; Atlanta I ■ John, Lorraine; Troj Johns, Roy D. ; Mobile Johnson, Karen. Ozark Johnson, Ix-slic; Phcnix CitJ Johnson, Marilyn; Montgomery Johnson. Marsha; Monrocvi Ik- Johnson, Mary; Fitzpatrick Johnson, Roy; Eufaula Johnson, Susan; Troy Johnson. Theresa; Troy Jones, Angela; Banks Jones, Charlie; Troy Jones, Doug; Montgomery Jones, Jody; Opp Jones, Mary Helen; Elba Jones, Rebecca, S. Daytona. Fla. Jones, Suan; Andalusia Kelly, James; Dothan Kelly, Martha; Monroeville Kelly, Mark; Troy Kelly, Nancy; Troy Kelly, Robert; Frisco City Kensler, Judith; Gainesville, Fla. Kerner, David; Phenix City Kervin, Angelean; McKenzie Kervin, Cosby; Georgiana Kervin, William; Andalusia Key.Jeanette; Dothan Killam.Jan; Flomaton Kimble, James; Dothan Kirkland, Jennifer; Panama City, Fla. Kirkland, Teresa; Opp King, Buddy; Samson King, George; Enterprise King, Marie; Frisco City King, Michael; Titusville, Fla. King, Peggy J.; Dothan Klipp, Thomas; Pensacola, Fla. Knight, Richard; Oxley Koppersmith, Lori; Pensacola, Fla. Kovack, Michael; Newton Kravitz, Richard; St. Petersburg, Fla. Kyser, Levern; Prichard Lackeos, Anthony; Selma Lancaster, Vickie; Montgomery Lane, Rita; Troy Lane, Veronica; Talladega Lane, William; Dadeville Lake, Degie; Troy Lamb, Reena; Ashford Law, Pam, Brundidge Lay, Nancy; Ozark Layton.June; Brantley Lazzara, Anthony; Tampa, Fla. Leary, Michael ; Sanford LeCroy, Braxton; Camden Lee, Bobby; Lanett Lee, Fredene; Elba Leonard, Thomas; Montgomery Lett, Debra; Owassa Linam, Donis; Excel Linton, Gloria; Brantley 315 Loftin, Susan; Dotlv.n Lofris, Curtis; Butler Logan, James; Montgomery Logus, Hilman; Pelham, Ga Long, Deborra ; Troy Longshore, Jessie; Selma Lott.John; Brundidge Love, James; Bainbridge, Ga. Lowery, Jeanie; Montgomery Lowery, Sherree; Atmore Lurie, Marjorie; Dothan Mack, Mary Ann; Evergreen Mack. Toni; Samson Madaris, Alfred; Troy Maddox, Robert; Langdare Maddox, William; Clanton Mann, Amy; Troy Manning, Dennis; Geneva Manuel, Mike; Troy Markham, Celene; Lake City, Fla. Markham, Debbie; Lake City, Fla. Marsh, Lynn; Winter Haven, Fla. Marshall, Joanie; Midland City Martin, Charles; Clayton Martin, Gloria; Equality Martin, Hugh; Elba Mathews, Charles; Greenville Mathews, Danny; Montgomery Mathews, Thomas; St. Petersburg, Fla. McCabe, Robert; Montgomery McCarley, Bobby; Pensacola, Fla McConkey, Alie; Pensacola, Fla. McCoy, Mason; Seal McDaniel, Delane; Enterprise Mc Daniel, James; Grand McDaniel, William; Troy McDonald, Mary; Gonzalez, Fla. McGee, Pam; Florala McHaney, Sonja; Newville McHearg, Libba; Billingsley Mclnnis, Donald; Enterprise McLain, Roger; Florala Mcl.ure, Debbie; Troy McMahon, James; Crestview, Fla. McMullen, Tim; Palm Bay, Fla. McNew, Larry; Troy Meadows, Cliff, Opelika Meeks, Danny; Opp Meeks, Mary; Troy Mehearg, Margaret; Wetumpka Messer, Ewell; Troy Mika, Phil; Crestview, Fla. Miller, Brenda; Newnan, Ga. Miller, Earl; Atmoer Miller. 1 luey; Slocomb Miller. Rita; Atmore Mintcr, Thomas; Millbrook Mit hell. Jim; Greensboro Mit( hell, Derm, Brantley Mitchell, Rosalind; l.uverne Mn. hum, Sharon; Geneva Mixon, Debra; Monroeville Mi yon, Dennis. Excel 316 Mixson, Debbie, Samson Mobley, Zelda;Ja k Montgomery, Robert; Opelika Moody. Franklin; Shawmut Mcxxiy, Lee; Troy Moody, Ricky, Grove Hill Mooneyhan, Janet Dothan Moore, Moore, Moore, Maring Morris, Morris, Morris, Helen; Dalcvilie Lenore; Enterprise Margaret; Opp Mary; F.ufaula Michael; Brantley Ruth; Clayton Sherry; Red Level Mowery, Kathy; Geneva Munger, Joyce; Ft. Rucker Murphree, Erline; Andalusia Murphy. Bettie, Enterprise Myers, Twyla; Ashford Myrick, Reba; Frisco City Neese, Charles; Evergreen Neese, Randy; Panama Ciry, Fla. Nelson, Donna; Elba Nelson, Robert; Eastman, Ga. Nelson, Steve; Brewton Newman. Alan; Riverview Nichols, Belle; At hens Nichols, Martha; Luverne Nichols, Peggy; Luverne Noble, Ronald; Troy Nolen, Ruth; Opp Norman, Jo Ellen; Troy Norris, Amy; Troy Norris, Michael; Frisco City O ' Brien, John; West Point, Ga. Odom,Jeff ; Chatom Odom, Kenneth; Troy Oliver, Charles; Columbus, Ga. Oliver, William; Troy Oneal. Phillip; Ft Walton Beach, Fla Padget, Thomas; Orange City, Fla. Parker, Carol; Geneva Parker, Phillip; Midland City 317 Parker. Rebecca; Dothan Parks, Jim; Montgomery Parrish, Rex; Elba Parrish, William; Dothan Payne, William; Brundidge Pennmgton, Mary, Troy Peterson, Peg; Pensacola, Fla. Petty, James; Geneva Phillips, Mary; Montgomery Phillips, Michael; Huntsville Phillips, Russell; Alex City Philpott, Gary; Fairfax Phelps, William; Troy Pickett, Charles; Troy Pickett, Willie; Montgomery Pike, Tommy; Ider Pinckard, Judy; Brantley Pinyan, James; Marietta, Ga. Pipkin, Richard; Cochran, Ga. Pitner, Richard; Birmingham Plash, John; Foley Pague, Jerry; Prattville Pope, Sharon ; Troy Posey, Paula; Titusville, Fla. Powell, Debra; Union Springs Prather, Harvy; Daleville Pratt, John; Troy Prescott, Scott; Kinston Price, Connie; Troy Price, Bobby; Abbeville Rainer, Ricky; Elba Randolph, Rhonda; Apalachicola, Fla. Ray. Danny; Troy Ray, Suzanna; Troy Reaves, Jeff ery; Repton Reaves, Marcia; Andalusia Reaves, Marjorie; Luverne Reeves, Bobbi; Elba Reeves. Brenda; Troy Reeves, Peggy ; Troy Reeves. Gary ; Troy Reeves, Michael; Midland City Reiffenstein, Carol; Deland, Fla. Rezzardy,Joan; Pensacola, Fla. Rezzardy, Kathy; Pensacola, Fla. Rhodes, Odis; Elba Richards, Teresa; Birmingham Richardson, Gloria; Phenix City Riggs. David; Montgomery Rittcnbach, Lori; Ft. Rucker Roberts, Anne; Montgomery Robinson, Carrie; Montgomery Robinson, Evelyn; Dothan Rogers, Alva; Troy Rogers, Danny; Luverne Rogers, Evelyn; Montgomery Pomeroy, Joyce; Dothan Rowc, Greg; Montgomery Rudd, Mary Anne: Andalusia Ruggiero, Gregory; Brookl yn, N.Y. Rupert, Marry Montgomery Russell, Sarah; Andalusia Russell, Sara; Enterprise 318 1M Rutland, Pat; Valdosta, Ga Ryals, Paula, Montgomery S.ullcr. Wallace; Montgomery Saliba, Amy; Dothan Sanders, Joe; Troy Sanders, Lynn; Troy Sanders, Sandolyn; Andalusia Sankey, Bill; Montgomery Savoia, Nancy; Troy Scarbough, Dawn ; Troy Scherer, Linda; Grove Hill Seay, Connie; Dothan Seitz, Carol; Montgomery Sellers, Randy; Newton Sellers, Theresa; Sellers Shaw, Beth; Opp Shell, Katherine, Brewton Sherman. Mike; Montgomery Shipman, Diane; Ariton Shirley, Karen; Cowarts Shulsen, Jane; Ozark Shuman, Robin; Ozark Shutt, Myra; Ormond Beach, Fla. Siclari, James; Holyoke. Mass. Simmons, David; Kinston Simmons.Jacquetta; Enterprise Simpson, Brenda; Troy Simpson, David; Montgomery Simpson, Forrest; Evergreen Skinner, Charles; Monroeville Slay, Warren; Daphne Sliwinski, David; Montgomery Smiley, Susan; Daleville Smith, Dana; Troy Smith, Deborah; Opp Smith, Donald; Newton Smith, Donnie; Elba Smith. Eugene; Debany, Fla. Smith. Harold; Montgomery Smith, Henry; Elba Smith, James; Ashford Smith, Jennilee; Belle Glade, Fla. Smith, Michael; Thomasville Smith, Mike; Troy Smith, Minnie; Banks Smith, Peggy; Montgomery Smith, Phil; Troy Smith, Sarah; Thomasville Smith, Sherri; Dothan Smith, Stephanie; Dothan Smith, Steve; Dothan Snell.Jess; Dothan Snellgrove, Susan; Dothan Sowell, Angie; Abbeville Spader, Mike; Dothan Speed, Pam, Luverne Spisak, Sister Edwin; Montgomery Spivey, Joseph; Summerville, S.C. Sprague, Ginger; Montgomery Sprinkle, Sherri; Irvington Staples, Paul; Dothan Stewart, Dwaine; Phenix City Stewart, Patti; Andalusia . .-. i. : 319 Stewart, Susie; Dothan Stinson, Joe; Troy Stokes, Cyndy; Elba Stone, Gary; Andalusia Straughn, Steven; Troy Strickland, Wanda; Kinston Stringer, G ; Greenville Swann, I.ibby; Crestview, Fla. Swindle, Mary; Foley Synco, Barbara; Troy Takeuchi, Yoko; Tokyo, Japan Talbot, Gary; Elba Talboy, Margo; Troy Tamsett, Johnnie; Tavares, Fla Tardiff, Connie; Ormond Beach, Fla Tarter, Kenneth; Pcnsacola, Fla. Tate, Kenneth; Pinckard Taylor, Deborah; Brewton Taylor, Hugh; Ozark Taylor, Linda; Eclectic Taylor, Mary; Quincey, Fla. Taylor, Mary; Andalusia Taylor, Vicki; Elba Thigpen, Ivey; Bainbridge, Ga Thompson, Elizabeth; Samson Thompson, Flo, Troy Thompson, James; Troy Thompson, Kim; Goshen Thompson, Sue; Banks Threlkeld, Jeff ; Belle Glade, Fla. Thweatt, Jack; Sylacauga Tims, John; Newbern Tindell, Connie; Hartford Toolan, Robert; Phenix City Toole, Jerry; Eufaula Trawick, Ira; Brundidge Tucker, Phylis; Enterprise Tunnell, Janet; Andalusia Tuberville, Cynthia; Atmore Turner, Susan; Red Level Tyler, Mark; Lakeland, Fla. Ulm, Geraol; Tampa Union, Glennie; Brewton Vanlierop,Joyce; Blountstown, Fla. Vardaro, William; Rutledge Vardo, Jeff ; Tampa, Fla. Varner, Joseph ; Evergreen Vaughn, Linda; Dothan Vining, Delia; West Point, Ga. Wainwright, Bev; Autaugaville Wainnght, Mack; Autaugaville Waits, Richard; Talassee Walden, Tony; Brantley Waldrop, Shelby; Brundidge Walker, Charles; Andalusia Waller, Linda; Greenville Walters, Gail; Merritt Island, Fla. Walters, Susan; Greenville Ward, Billy; Troy Ward, Carolyn; Monroeville Ward, Randall; Dadevilk Wasden, Deborah, Greenville Waters, Dorothy, Columbus, Ga 320 Waters, Kay, Brundidgc Waters, Wil; Enterprise Watson, Becky, McKenzie Watson, Georgia; Slocomb Watson, Scott; Montgomery Wearren. Reita; Atmore Weaver, Vivian; Mobile Weeks, David; Hartford Wheatlcy, Lyn; Boys Ranch Wheeler, Ronald; Troy Whetstone, Rhonda; Troy Whetstone, Tony; Troy Whisonant, Taylor; Opp White, Pam; Columbus, Ga. White, Wanda; Slocomb Whittener.John; Ozark Whitten, Jerry; Geneva Wiggins, Grady; Mobile Wiggins, Jerry; Monroevi! Wilkes, Peter; Troy Wilkins, Debbie; Elba Williams, Andrew; Albany Williams, David; Mary Esther, Fla. Williamson, Douglas; Excel Williamson, Rosa; Andalus ia Williams, Robert; Donalsonville, Ga. Williams, Robert; Eufaula Wilson, Constance; Webb Wilson, Cynthia; Elba Wilson, Elizabeth; Selma Wilson, Joel; Fairhope Wilson, Sherrie; Andalusia Wilson, Terry Ann; Ft. Walton, Fla. Windes,Judy; Destin, Fla. Windham, Jimmy; Midland City Windham, Steve; Florala Winslette, Wade; Ft. Walton, Fla. Wisham, Chris; Troy Wood, Shelia; Samson Woodham, Teresa; Dothan Wyatt, Brenda; Montgomery Young, Gregg; Mobile Young, Johnny; Stockton Young, Walt; Montgomery Youngblood, Pam; Montgomery Zdunczyk, Paul; Troy Zimmerman, William; Selma 321 UNDERCLASSMEN 3 2 att EW $ ' ' - Abercrombie, Nancy, 1 Abrams, Florence, 3 Ackerman, Rob, 1 Adair, Richard, 1 Adair, Roby, 2 Adams, Aundrea, 2 Adams, Charles, 3 Adams, Charlie, 3 Adams, Cynthia, 1 Adams, Diane, 2 Adams, Donna, 1 Adams, Eddie, 5 Adams, Harold, 1 Adams, James, 1 Adams, John, 1 Adams, John, 2 Adams, Johnny, 3 Adams, Pam, 1 Adkins, Cathy, 2 Adkins, Charles, 1 Akin, Liz, 2 Alburl, Yoncile, 3 Allen, Joe Bob, 3 Allen, Sabrina, 2 Alihamad, Ahamad, 2 Allison, Shelia, 3 Allums, Ardangal, 1 Alverson, Pat, 2 Anchors, Elizabeth, 1 Anderson, Ann, 1 Anderson, Bernard, 2 Anderson, Bill, 5 Anderson, Connie, 3 Anderson, Debbie, 2 Anderson, Florence, 3 Anderson, Jo Karen, 1 323 Anderson, Johnny, 3 Anderson, Marsha, 1 Anderson, Mary, 1 Andrews, Lomax, 3 Andrews, Michael, 3 Annis,Jeff, 2 Anthony, David, 3 Antley. Carole, 1 Antley, Janet, 3 Aplin, Debbie, 3 Aplin, Johnny, 3 Arata. Kim, 1 Archie, Timothy, 3 Argenti, Mike, 2 Arigux, Ferdinand, 3 Armour, Joyce, 1 Armstrong, Betry, 2 Armstrong, Clifford, 3 Armstrong, Karl, 2 Armstrong, Lawton, 1 Arnold, Linda, 1 Arrighi, Billy, I Arthur, Michael, 1 Ash, Charles, 3 Ashley, Bruce, 1 Ausbon, James, 1 Austin, Debra, 1 Austin. Mike, 2 Autrey, Mark, 3 Averett, Richard, 3 Bagshaw,Joan, 3 Bailey, Rosa, 1 Bailey, Shirlon, 2 Baker, Buddy, 3 Baker, Jerry, 2 Baker, Jesse, 2 Baker, Karen, 2 Baker, Monica, 1 Baker, Patsy, 1 Baker, Syretha, 1 Baker, Wanda, 1 Baker, William, 2 Baldwin, Cathy, 1 Bail, Eric, 3 Ballard, Elvon, 5 Ballard, Patricia, 1 Bane, Chancey, 3 Banks, Steve, 3 Barber, Steve, 1 Barfield, Danny, 2 Barker, Ann, 2 Barkley, Melton, 1 Barnes, Steve, 2 Barnett, Kathy, 2 Barnwell, Carol, 3 Barr, Susie, 3 Barrentine, Tommy, 1 Barron, Robert, 3 Bast, Karl, 3 Bass,Jcffery, 1 Bass, Michael, 3 Bast, Barbara, 1 Bast, Kerry, 3 32-4 Bast, Melanic, 1 Bathchclor, Bebe, 3 Batchclor, Jake, 2 Bates, Mary, 1 Batson, David, 3 Bauersfield, Kenneth, 3 Baugh, Frank, 2 Baulch.Joey, 1 Baulch, John, 2 Baxter, Nancy, 1 Bayer, Kenneth, 1 Baygents, Donna, 1 Beals, Stanley, 2 Beals, George, 3 Beam, Cynthia, 1 Beam, James, 2 Beard, Robin, 3 Beasley, William, 1 Beaty, David, 3 Beckwith, Forrest, 2 Beclcwith, Roslyn, 2 Bedingfield. David, 2 Belcher, John, 3 Belcher, Melvin, 3 Belew, Steve, 5 Bell.Juanita, 3 Benefield, Carol, 1 Benefield, Shelia, 1 Bennett, Flora, 1 Bennett, Rosalyn, 3 Benton, Connie, 2 Benton, Debbie, 3 Benton, Marsheela, 1 Benton, Ricky, 1 Berher, Mary, 2 Berry, Clayton, 1 Betts, Renne, 1 Benmer, Parker, 1 Biggs, Cheryl, 2 Bimbo, William, 1 Bird, Charles, 2 Bird, Jo Beth, 3 Birmingham. Jimmy, 1 Black, Danny, 1 Blackmon, Barbara, 3 Blackmon, Ken, 2 Blair, Gene, 3 Blair, Thomas, 3 Blalock, Pete, 3 Blankenship, Albert, 3 Blomberg, Howard, 1 Bloom, Alice, 1 Blount, Christine, 1 Blount, John, 3 Boiar, Glendora, 1 Bowen, Peytie, 3 Bloton, Helen, 1 Bonner, Richard, 3 Booker, Cornelia, 1 Boone, Oliver, 2 Bosrwick, Mary, 1 Boswell, Dorothy, 3 Boswell, Sherwin, i 325 Bounds, Roland, 1 Boutwell, Danny, 1 Boutwell, Shirley, 2 Bowden, Cecil, 1 Bowers, Becky, 1 Bowers, Roger, 3 Bowling, Karen, 2 Boyd, Janice, 1 Boyd, John, 2 Boyd, Pamela, 2 Boykin, Janice, 2 Boykin, Theory, 1 Boyles, Stephen, 1 Boysen.John, 3 Bozeman.Jenni, 1 Bozeman, Sheila, 1 Brabham, Bill, 1 Bracewell, Robert, 1 Bracewell, Tom, 3 Brackin, Tydle, 3 Bradley, James, 1 Bragg, Ralph, 3 Branch, Lisa, 3 Brannon, Al, 3 Brannon, Charles, 2 Brantley, Catherine, 3 Brasher, James, 3 Brawner, Carolyn, 2 Bray, Annie, 1 Bracy, John, 2 Brewer, Don, 1 Bright, Eddie, 1 Britt, Kathy, 3 Britton, Milton, 1 Broadwater, Rebecca, 2 Brock, Rebecca, 3 Brodley, Sherry, 1 Brock, James, 1 Brooks, Deborah, 1 Brooks, Eric, 1 Brooks, Jane, 2 Brooks, Wanda, 1 Brown, Charmaine, 2 Brown, Doug, 1 Brown, Edna, 1 Brown, Elizabeth, 3 Brown, Evelyn, 2 Brown, Lillian, 3 Brown, Mary, 3 Brown, Murphy, 2 Brown, Nathaniel, 2 Brown, Nora, 1 Brown, Patti, 2 Brown, Priscilla, 2 Brown, Randall, 2 Brown, Sue, 2 Brown, Teresa, 1 Brown, Teresa, 3 Brown, Terry, 2 Brown, Vanessa, 1 Brown, William, 1 Browning, Charles Browning, Ronnie, 3 r. 6 Burnham, Arden, 1 Burns, Gail, 1 Burr. Tim, 1 Burroughs, Claudia, 1 Burt, Frederick, 2 Burton, Steve, 2 Busbee, Benny, 2 Bush, Ginni, 3 Bush, Martha, 1 Bussey. Beth, 3 Bussman, Paul, 1 Butler, Charles, 1 Butler, Martha, 1 Butler, Susan, 3 327 Butler, Willian, 1 Butts, Dorothy, 3 Byrd, David, 1 Byrd, Ear], 2 Byrd, Gary, 1 Byrd, Tim, 1 Byrd, Willian, 3 Gidwell, Ralph, 1 Cain, Betty, 1 Cain, Cheryl, 1 Calhoun, Barbara, 2 Calhoun, Harold, 2 Calhoun, Patricia, 1 Caldwell, Keith, 1 Calhoun, Ken, 2 Caldwell, Robin, 3 Camp, Carmen, 2 Campbell, Becky, 2 Campbell, Deborah, 2 Campbell, Jimmy, 2 Campbell, Joe, 3 Campbell, Ken, 1 Campbell. Monette, 1 Campbell, Roddy, 1 Campbell, Susan, 1 Candileri, Steven, 3 Canfield, John, 2 Canfield, Mike, 3 Capps.Jack, 2 Capps, Joseph, 1 Capps, Kenneth, 1 Capps, Mildred, 3 Caraway, Joseph, 2 Carlile, Debr.i, 1 Carlile, Pam, 3 Carmichael, Debra, l Carmahacl.Joe, 3 Carries, Rickey, 2 Carnley, David, 1 Carpenter, Jennifer, " Carpenter, LaVaugbn, 2 Can. Catherine, 2 irr, Ellis, 5 3?.Q Carr, Joseph, 2 Carroll, Carolyn. 2 Carroll, David, 3 Carroll, Gordon, Carter, Amelia, 1 Carter, Dennis, 2 Carter, Donnie, 3 Carter, Janet, 2 Carter, Paul, 2 Cashwell, Hurbert, 3 Cason, Michael, 3 Cason, Tom, 5 Cassibry, Robert, 2 Castleberry, Chris, 3 Catalano, Marilee, 3 Cauley, Roger, 2 Cauthen, Cindy, 1 Chambers, Michael, 1 Chambliss, Russell, 3 Chancel lor, Jay, 2 Chapman, Richard, 1 Chappell, Deborah, 2 Chappell, Jessie, 1 Charlow, Rene, 1 Charlton, Laura, 1 Childers, Ramona, 2 Christen, Ivory, 2 Christian, Richard, 2 Christian, Ricky, 3 Christmas, Robin, 3 Clapper , Jon, 2 Clark, Debbie, 2 Clark, J. J, 2 Clark, John, 1 Clark, Richard, 3 Clark, Sandra, 1 Clark, Terry, 1 Clayton, Martin, 1 Clements, Phyllis, 2 Clenney, Gene, 1 Clower, George, 2 Clower, Jim, 1 Coady, George, 3 Cobb, Tammy, 1 Coburn, James, 1 Cochran, William, 1 Coker, James, 3 Coldwater, Cleve, 2 Cole, Katherine, 3 Cole, Richard. 3 Cole, Wanda, 1 Coley, Sandra, 3 Colley, Helen, 2 Collier, Clive, 1 Collins, Charles, 3 Collins, Cynthia, 1 Collins, Gerald, 3 Collins, Robyn, 2 Collins, Wilfred, 3 Colvard, David, 2 Colvin, Stephen, 1 Combest, Gene, 1 Combs, E. Wayne, 2 329 Comer, Heather, 5 Compton, Sabrina, 1 Connell, Alco, 1 Connell, Julie, 1 Conner, Becky, 3 Conner, James, 2 Conner, Michael, 3 Conrad, Aggie, 1 Conrad, David, 3 Conrad, David, 3 Cope, Philip, 2 Coppedge, Ann, 3 Coppock, Diana, 3 Coomer,Jeff, 1 Cooper, Carl, 3 Cooper, Cynthia, 3 Cooper, Greg, 1 Cooper, Jo Anne, 1 Cooper, Lucille, 3 Cooper, Margaret, 3 Cooper, Michael, 1 Cooper, Tommy, 1 Corbitt, Bill, 2 Corbitt, Deborah, 3 Cordell, Elizabeth, 1 Cordell.John, 2 Corkins, Yvette, 1 Corliss, Regi, 3 Cormack, Charles, Coskey, James, 3 Costin, Renee, 1 Cotton, Audrey, 5 Cotton, Mike, 2 Coulter, Lynda, 3 Courson, Karen, 2 Couture, Dany, 1 Covington, John, 3 Craft, Lorna, 3 Cravey, William, 3 Crawford, Al, 2 Crawford, Ginger, 1 Crawford, Rebecca, 2 Crawley, Jack, 3 Cray, Don, 2 Crear, Oscar, 2 Creech, Greg. 2 Creek, Jon Michael, Crenshaw, James, 1 Cregg, Allen, 1 Creswell, Barbara, 2 Crew, Debbie, 2 Crine, Richard, 1 Crosskay, Doris, 1 Crowe, Luther, 2 Crumplen, Bridget, 1 Crutchfield, Cheryl, 1 Crutchfield, Paul, 2 Cullilcr.Jeannine, 3 Gulp, Russell, 3 (aiI pepper, Eva, 2 Culpepper, Susan, 2 Cumbie, Richard, 1 ( lurliss, Jon, I 330 Cumuze, Tim, 3 Curvin, Tim, 2 Cutchen, Glcnda, 3 Cutts, Rhonda, 1 Dacus, Doris, 3 Dagostine, Scott, 1 Dahn, Rick, 2 Dailey, Hank, 3 Dailey, Sandra, 1 Dailey, Tcrri, 1 Dalbey, Archie, 3 Daly, John, 1 Daniel, Connie, 3 Daniel, George, 1 Daniel, Keith, 1 Daniell, Guy, 1 Daniels, Harold, 1 Daniels, Ronald, 3 Daniels, Sandra, 3 Dantzer, Michael, 3 Danwell, Roby, 3 Dasinger, Milissa, 2 Datton, Michael, 3 David, Regenia, 2 Davis, Barbara, 3 Davis, Carlotta, 3 Davis, Carolyn, 3 Davis, Cookie, 3 Davis, Debbie, 3 Davis, Edna, 3 Davis, Jeffery, 2 Davis, John, 3 Davis, Laurie, 1 Davis, Mona, 3 Davis, Rhonda, 1 Davis, Sharon, 3 Davis, Susan, 3 Davis, Wanda, 1 Davis, William, 2 Davis, William, 1 Dawkins, Clarence, 3 Dawson, Riley, 3 Dawson, Wendy, 2 Day, Micahel, 3 Day, Nancy, 2 Deal, Kenneth, 1 Dean, Alice, 2 Dean, Jeff, 3 Dean, William, 3 Deason, Brenda, 2 Debardeleben, Cindy, 1 Dees, Leslie, 1 Deese, Albert, 1 Delph, Preston, 1 Dembitsky, Tanya, 2 Dement, Connie, 3 DeMouy, Augustine, 3 Denhany, Steve, 1 Dennell, Michael, 2 Denton, Nita, 3 Derryberry, Michael, 3 Destito,John, 2 Dew, Dan 3 331 Dickens, Charles, 1 Dickerson, Victor, 2 Dickert, Pamela, 1 Dickey, Billy, 2 Dickinson, Chris, 2 Dillardjohn, 1 Dillon, Bob, I Dixon, Billy, 2 Dixon, Donald, 1 Dixon, Steve, 2 Dixon, William, 1 Dodd, Rhonda, 1 Doglione, John, 2 Domizio, Mike, 2 Douglass, Dana, 1 Dowling, Rebecca, 1 Downi ng, Danny, 1 Downing, Margie, 3 Downing, Windy, 3 Doyle, Clare, 3 Doyle, Michael, 1 Driggers, Charles, 3 Drinkard, Donald, 2 Driscoll, Bruce, 1 DuBose, Alberta, 2 Duke, Buddy, 2 Duke, Toni, 2 Dulancy, Wanda, 3 Dunaway, Donald, 2 Dunn, Cathy, 3 Dunn, Sandra, 3 Dunn, Thomas, 2 Dyoss, Lance, 3 Dysert, Deborah, 3 Eastman, James, 3 Eckermann, Barry, 3 Eddins, William, 3 Edgar, James, l Edgar, Nancy, 3 Edo-Osagie, Osarime, 5 Edwards, Charles, 2 Edward;, Donald, 2 Edwards, George, 1 rad 332 Edwards, Ron, 2 Eiland, Jeanne, 1 Eiland, Linda, 3 Hledge, Donald, Elliott, Beth, 3 Ellis, Beverly, 1 Ellis, Craig, 2 Ellison, Julie, 1 Elmore, Margaret, 1 Elmore, Terry, 3 Elsberry, William, 1 Elton, Kim, 3 Enf inger, Charles, 2 Enfinger, Davida, 2 Enfinger, Kim, 3 Enslen, Deborah, 2 Ensley, Cathy, 2 Ensley, Deborah, 3 Epps, Janice, 2 Espy, Cappy, 1 Espy, Frank, 3 Estes. Belva, 3 Estes, Molly, 2 Estes, Tricia, 1 Etheridge, Donna, 2 Etheridge, Lisa, 1 Etheridge, Shirley, 1 Eubanks.Jannine, 2 Everage, Calista, 3 Everage, Anthony, 1 Ewing, Scott, 1 Ezelljoy, 3 Ezell. Ronny, 1 Faircloth,Jack, i Faires, James, 1 Fallin, James, 3 Fannin, Bethany, 1 Fannin, Janice, 1 Fannin, Nathan, 1 Fannin, William. 3 Farley, Debbie, 1 Farrar, Robert, 3 Faulk, Carlton, 2 333 3.34 Felix, David, 3 Fell, Myra, 3 Felton, David, 2 Ferguson, Tyrone, 3 Fernald. Bruce, 3 Fernandez, Ellis, 1 Fetter, Cindy, 1 Fetter, Juanita, 3 Ficquctte, David, 2 Fielder, Glen, 2 Fielding, H. Russel Fields, Eldis, 2 Findley, Barbara, 3 Finlayson, Rita, 2 Finney, Marilyn, 2 Fischer, Don, 1 Fletcher, David, 2 Flowers, Billy, 3 Flowers. Elizabeth, 2 Flowers, Sheree, 2 Flowers, Terrell, 3 Floyd, Betty, 5 Floyd, Kaye, 2 Floyd, J. I-ang, 2 Floyd, Michel, i Floyd, Robert, l Folmar, Roy, 1 Folsom, James, 2 Folsom, Rita, 2 Fore, Rena. 2 Foreman, Angela, 1 Foster, Donald. 3 Foster, Rebei ca, 2 Foster, Reid, 3 Fountain, Lisa, 3 Fowee-Day, Deborah, 1 Fowler, Evelyn, 2 Fowler, Luvon, 3 Fraley, Daniel, 3 Franklin, Doristine, 1 Franklin, Ralph, 2 Franklin, Sandra, 1 Franklin, Sidney, 3 Frederick, Scott, 1 Freeman, Bill, 2 Freeman, Lois, 2 Frost, Lydia, 1 Fryer, Cornelia, 1 Fryer, Louie, 2 Fuller, Carl, 3 Fuller, Donna, 2 Fuller, Susan, 3 Fuller, Talesa, 1 Fuller, Tom, 3 Fulton, Karen, 2 Furmer, Bruce, 1 Furr, Alan, 2 Furr, Ron, 2 Gaf ford, Shelby, 1 Galimore, Mary, 1 Galloway, Gilda, 3 Galloway, Kenny, 2 Gardner, Carol, 2 Gardner, Fleta, 2 Gardner, Tommy, 2 Garraway, James, 1 Garrett, Jane. 1 Garrick, Ralph. 1 Garrett, Reid, 2 Gary, Cindy. 3 Gaston, Janet, 5 Gaultney, Janeth, 2 Gavin, Louis. 5 Gay, Kim, 1 Gay, Terry, 3 Gayhart, Kristie, 1 Gholston, Bennie, 3 Gibbs, Angelyn, 1 Gibbs, Wanda, 1 Gibson, Helen, 3 Gibson, Janis, 2 Gibson, Mark, 1 Gibson, Wanda, 1 Gilbert, Diane, 2 J 335 Gilbert, Sheila, 2 Giles, Sheri, 1 Giles, Teri, 1 Giles, Warren, 1 Gill, Bunnie, 1 Gill, Myra, 2 Gillespie, Mark, 1 Gilliland, Pamela, 2 Glenn, Cameron, 1 Glenn, Jennifer, 1 Glenn, Michael, 3 Glisson, Genny, 3 Glisson, Levon, 3 Glover, Bobby, 2 Glover, Gwen, 1 Glover, Lela, 1 Goad.Jonather, 3 Godwin, Cindy, 3 Godwin, Debra, 3 Godwin, Gayla, 1 Godwin, Ralph, 1 Godwin, Willie, 3 Goings, Glynn, 2 Golden, James, 1 Golden, Richard, 1 Golson.Jack, 2 Goodner, Barbara, 3 Goodwin, Monca, 2 Goosby, Gregory, 1 Goray, Sherri, 1 Gorden, Bobby, 3 Goston,Janis, 2 Grable, Brenda, 1 Grace, Joni, 3 Grabhaer, Bane, 2 Granberry, Angela, 2 Granberry, Karla, 2 Graham, Karen. 1 Graham, Lee Ellen. 2 Graham, Phyllis, 3 Graham, Steve, 1 Graham, Ricky, 1 Grant, Carldon, 3 Grant, Cathy, 1 Grant, Connie, ! Grant, Kathy, 2 Grant, Martha, 1 Grant, Mary, 3 Grant, Vincent, 1 Grantham, Deborah, 1 Grantham, Linda, 3 Graves, Brent, 1 Gray, Debbie, 3 Gray, Robin, 2 Grayson, Cheryl, 1 Gricc, Alma. 5 Grier, Frank, 2 Grii fin, Jackson, 2 Griffin, Jane, 1 Griffith, Ken, 3 Griffith, Susan, 3 Gngg ' .v.s. Arthur, ' Griggrrs, Dunnie 1 336 Griggs, James, 1 Griggs, Oscar, 3 Grimes. Bobbie, 5 Grimes, Howard. 3 Grimes, Susan, 1 Gnsby, Rickey, 1 Griswald, Marcia, 3 Griswold, Peggy, 2 Groce, Jerry, 3 Groce, Tommy, 3 Groom, Sharon, 1 Groover, Diane, 1 Grubbs, Grade, 1 Green, Charlocte. 1 Green, Gary, 1 Green, Jerry, 3 Green, Laura, 3 Green, Susan, 1 Greene, David, 2 Greenhill, Henry, 2 Gregory, Linda, 1 Gregory, Rachel, 1 Gregory, William, 2 Guess, Regina, 1 Gulledge, Marcia, 1 Gunter, Eric, 1 Gurwald, Lee, 1 Guy, Tricia, 1 Haber, Carol, 3 Hagler, Ann, 3 Hagler, Cende. 1 Hagler, Donald, 3 Haisten, Cindy, 1 Halacker, Mason, 2 Hale, Linda, 3 Hall, Andrew, 3 Hall, Bruce, 1 Hall, David, 1 Hall, John, 1 Hall, Kathy, 2 Hall, Lottie, 2 Hall, Mike, 5 Hall, Patricia, 1 Hall, Shelley, 1 Ham, James, 2 Hamilton. Billy, 1 Hamm, Wanda, 2 Hammock, Deborah, 3 Hammond, Anitra, 3 Hammond, Harry, 1 Hamrick.Jorine, 1 Hanchey, Freddy, 1 Hanna, Jamelle, 3 Hanson, Hunter, 1 Hapgood, John, 3 Harbuckjeff, 1 Harbuck, Jennifer, 2 Harden, Mary ' , 2 Harden, William, 2 Hardi, Nanci, 2 Hardman, Susan, 3 Hardy, Susan, 1 Hargrove, Tony, 1 337 Harley, Sandra, 1 Harmon, Denise, 1 Harmon, Virginia, 1 Harp, Willie, 1 Harper, Joe, 2 Harper, Gloria, 3 Harrell, Sharon, 1 Harrelson, Jackie, 1 Harris, Archie, 1 Harris, Johnny, 2 Harris, Lemuel, 1 Harris, Patty, 1 Harris, Rebecca, 2 Harris, Russ, 1 Harris, Steven, 2 Harris, Susan, 1 Harris, Terry, 2 Harris, Yvette, 1 Harrison, Andy, 2 Harrison, Becky, 3 Harrison, Miriam, 1 333 Hathcock, Beverly, % Hathcock, Marty. I Haught. Herbie, I Haws, Gerald. 2 Hayden. Marcia. 5 Haydt, Frederick, 1 Hayes. Dorothy. 3 Hayes, Leslie, 3 Hayes, Linda, 2 Hayes, Lynn, 1 Hayes, Phillip, 1 Hayes, William, 3 Head, Becky, 1 Heartsill, Bob, 2 Heartsill, Terry, 1 Heartstill, James, 2 Heath, Mary, 1 Hegler, Sherri, 1 Heins, Peter. 1 Heiss. Marilyn, 2 Heims.John, 5 Helms, Lynn. 3 Helms, Randy, 2 Helms, Rhonda, 3 Helms, Victor, 2 Helms, Vince, 1 Helms, Willie, 1 Helton, William, 2 Hemphill. Donna, 1 Henderson, Anthony, 1 Henderson, Bob, 1 Henderson, Char, 1 Henderson, Debbie, 2 Henderson, Debra, 2 Brackin, Karen Henderson, Dewey, 3 Henderson, Dorothy, 2 Henderson, Jose, 5 Henderson, Judith, 5 Henderson, Leslie, 3 Henderickson, Marty, 3 Hendrix, Thomas, 3 Heninger, Michael, 1 Henley, William, 3 Henry, Kathy, 2 Henson, Kirkeby, 1 Hepburn, Victoria, 1 Hervst, Patti, 3 Herdon, Sherri, 1 Herring, Cheryl, 1 Hertzog, Don, 3 Hicks, Huzel, 3 Hicks, Lavoria, 1 Hightower.Judyth, Higeman, Chris, 1 Hill, Brenda, 2 Hill, Jennifer, 1 Hill, Linda, 2 Hill, Sandy, 3 Hill, Shannon. 1 Hillig, Keri, 1 Hilyer, Terry, 2 Hiner. Cleo, 5 339 Hinson.Jeffery, 1 Hoby, Stella, 2 Hoff, Nancy, 2 Hoffman, Elaine, 1 Hogan, David, 1 Holderfield, Cynthia, 3 Holladay, Catherine, 2 Holland, Derone, 1 Holland, Reba, 1 Hollen, Terry, 1 Holley, Rhonda, 1 Holliday, Jackie, 3 Hollis, Carl, 3 Hollis, Lesia, 1 Holloway, James, 1 Holloway, Robert, 1 Holloway, Terry, 3 Holman, Donald, 3 Holmes, Charles, 1 Holmes, Edward, 1 Holmes, Martha, 2 Holt.Jana, 1 Holt, Richard, 3 Holt , Steve, 2 Honeycuttjohn, 1 Hood, Terrica, 3 Hooks, John, 1 Hopkins, Eddie, 3 Horn, Bill, 1 Horn. Donna, 3 Home, Dennis, 3 Home, Kenny, 2 Home, Thomas, 1 Hornsby, David, 1 Hornsby, Lynn, 3 Houlton, Roy, 3 Houston, Carolyn, 1 Houston, Debbie, 2 Houston, John, 2 Howard, Billiejo, 1 Howard, David, 2 Howard, Philip, 1 Howell, Greg, 2 Howell, Mark, 3 Howton, David, 3 Hoyle, Belinda, 1 Hudson, Mary, 3 Hudson, Mixon, 3 Hughes, Hudson, 3 Hughes, Jan, 1 Hughes, Nina, 1 Hughes, Ronnie, 2 Hughes, William, 1 Hughey, Phillip, 3 Hulse, Robert, 2 Hulscy, Barney, 1 Huner, Sandra, 2 Hurt, Donald, 1 Hunt, Robin, 1 Hunter, James, 1 Hurphy, Pat, 1 Hurst, Carl, 2 Hurst, Kathy, 1 340 Hurt, Marsha, 3 Hussey, Tim, 1 Hutto, William, 1 Hybart, Kmi lic, 3 Hyde, Joe, 3 Ingram, Bobby, 1 Ingram, Cindy, 1 Ingram, James, 1 Irvin, Joseph, 1 lsola, Joseph, 2 Ivey, Tyndal, 1 Jackson, Debbie, : Jackson, Ellen, 1 Jackson, Glenda, Jackson, Jablonski, 2 Jackson, Janice, 1 Jackson, Kitty, 2 Jackson, Linda, 3 Jackson, Rocky, 3 Jackson, Tim, I Jacobs, David, 3 Jacobs, Mark, 2 Jacquart, Denise, 5 Jacquay, Stephen, 2 James, Brenda, 3 James, Carole, 1 James, Catherine, 3 James, Charles, 3 James, John, 3 James, Patricia, 2 Janasky. Nancy, 3 Jarman, Roxanne, 1 Jeff coat, Judy, 1 Jeffries, Sus2n, 1 Jenkins. Andrew, 2 Jennings, James, 1 Jennings, Sue, 1 Jerkins, Aubrey, 2 Jesse, Robert, 1 Jeter, Jan, 3 Jinright, Bobbie, 1 Jinright, Kaye, 3 Johns, Sharon, 2 341 Johnson, Beth Ann, 3 Johnson, Danny, 3 Johnson, Dennis, 3 Johnson, Emily, 3 Johnson, Gary, 2 Johnson, Greg, 3 Johnson, Gregory, 3 Johnson, Jerry, 2 Johnson, Jim, 1 Johnson, Joe, 3 Johnson, Marian, 2 Johnson, Mary, 3 Johnson, Mitzi, 2 Johnson, Peggy, 1 Johnson, Rachel, 1 Johnson, Richard. 3 Johnson, Russell, 1 Johnson, Walter, 2 Johnston, Debbie, 2 Johnston, Mike, 3 Johnston, Richard, 2 Johnston, Susan, 3 Johnston, Wade, 1 Johnston, Wendy, 1 Johnstone, Nancy, 3 Joiner. Michael, 1 Jones, Anita, 1 Jones, Barney, 3 Jones, Ben, 1 Jones, Beverly, 2 Jones, Bill, 1 Jones, Carol, 3 Jones, Curtis, 1 Jones, Darrell, 1 Jones, David, 3 Jones, Douglas, 1 Jones, Gerald, 1 Jones, Jana, 2 Jones, Josephine, 3 Jones, Kathleen, 2 Jones, Laura, 2 Jones, Linda, 3 Jones, Linda, 3 Jones, Margaret, 1 Jones, Marjorie, 3 Jones, Pam, 1 Jones, Ron, 1 Jones, Ruben, 5 Jones. Sharon, 2 Jones, Shirley, 1 Jones, Susan, 2 Jones, Thomas, 1 Jones. Wade, 3 Jordan, Clifton, 2 Jordan, Deborah, 2 Jordan, George, 2 Jordan, Janet, 1 Jordan, Joe, 3 Jordan, Mary. 1 Jordan, Mary, 3 Jordan, Vivan, 1 Joyce, Jacqueline, 1 Joyner, Daniel, 1 342 Jones, Gary, 2 Kallick, Mark, 1 Kampshmidt, Robert, 1 Karp, David, 1 Kean, Stephen, 3 Keating, Joe, 3 Keith, Thomas, 2 Kelly. Benny. 1 Kelly, Edwin, 1 Kelly, Edwin, 1 Kelly, Emily, 3 Kelly, Kearlyn, 2 Kelly, Mike, 5 Kelly, Sandy, 3 Kelly, Walter, 3 Kelley, Cheryl, 1 Kelley, Ivy, 2 Kelley, Vicki, 2 Kelley, Whit, 2 Kemp, Dorothy, 5 Kendrick, Kathy, 2 Kendrick, Gena, 2 Kendrick, Jo Ruth, 1 Kennedy, Ethel, 1 Kennedy, Melanie, 3 Kennelly, Alice, 1 Kent, Rebecca, 2 Kersker, James, 1 Kerfoot. Catherine, 1 Kervin, Ronald, 2 Kessel, William, 1 Ketcham, Kathy, 3 Ketcham, Randy, 1 Kilcrease, Sharon, 3 Killough, Gayle, 3 Kilpatrick, Byron, 1 Kimbro, Janet, 2 King, Albert L.. 1 King, Dejerilyn, 1 King, Diane, 1 King, Ollie, 1 King, Sis, 1 Kinkade, Susan, 2 Kinsey.Jon, 1 Kirby, David, 5 Kirby, Larry, 2 Kirkland, Hugh, 3 Kirkland, Nedinia, 3 Klauss, Kathy Klusman. George, 2 KJutz, Marcelina, 2 Knight, Evie, D., 1 Knight. Kenneth, 5 Knight. Larry, 2 Knox, Benton, 1 Knox, Brenda, 3 Knox, Diantha, 2 Knox, Ken, 2 Koelln, Walt, 1 Kovach, Robert, 3 Kravitz, Lynne, 2 Kreis, Ken, 1 Kreis. Mike, 1 343 Kreis, William, 2 Kroen, Shaona, 2 Kuczmarski.Judy, 3 Kyser, Linda, 3 Kyzar, Claire, 3 Kyzar, Ramona, 1 Lacarter, Pitt, 3 Ladnier, David, 3 Laidlaw. Carol, 1 Laird, Everette, 3 Lalak, Joan, 3 Lamar, Maria, 3 Lambeth, Randall, 3 Lambert, Lasylvia, 3 Lamp, Rocky, 2 Land, Dean, 1 Landers, Mark, 1 Lane, Bill, 3 Lane, Joseph, 2 Langford, Polly, 3 Large, Brenda, 1 U4 f i? Lee, Elizabeth, 2 Lee, Jack, 2 Lee, James, 2 Lee, John, 1 Lee, Joyce, ' ■ Lee, Pamela, 3 Lee, Peggy, 3 Leon, Mary Leverett, Terrell, 3 Levi, Gary, 1 Lewis, Frank, 1 Lewis, George, 2 Lewis, Gerry, 2 Lewis, Ray, 2 Libbey, Nancy, 1 Liebnitzky, Wayne, 1 Lif ford, Jessica, 1 Lightfoot, Delia S., 3 Lindsay, David, 3 Lindsay, Michael, 2 Lindsey, Dianne, 3 Lindsey.Jo Ann, 3 Lisenby, Pamela, 2 Lisenby, Ronny, 2 Livermore, Evelyn, 2 Locklier, Brant, 3 Lockwood, Susan, 3 Long, Donna, 3 Lo ng, Paul, 2 Long, Tim, 3 Lott.John, 1 Louviere, Glenn, 3 Lovejoy, Theo, 1 Lovett, Harold, 2 Lowe, David, 3 Lowe, Rick, 2 Lowe, Sheila, 1 Lowery, Ijwrence, 1 Lowery, Lee, 2 Lucas, Jane, 3 Lucas, Sharon, 3 Luker, Jerry, 1 Luckerson, Pat, 2 Lumpkin, Thomas, 2 Lundy, Karen, 2 Lung, James, 3 Luster, Danny, 3 Lyon, Alice, 2 Lyon, Joy, 2 Lynn, Chuck, 1 Mack, Laura, 1 Mack. Tim, 3 Mackenzie, John, 3 Macl.ean. Bonnie, 5 Maddox. Jerri, 2 Mahonc, William, I Mahrt, Debbie, 2 Major, Georganne, 3 Major, Harold, 1 Majors, Glenn, 1 Makanjuola, Abinbola, 5 Mallory. Betty, 1 Mallory, Fred. 2 345 Maliory, Ronnie, 3 Malmberg, Grace, 2 Malone, Lanny Kay, 3 Maluda, John, 3 Mamoran, Anita, 1 Mann, Jackie, 3 Mann, Ken, 3 Manry, Sarah, 2 Maraman, Melvin, 3 Marcum, Gary Marcus, Mary, 3 Marks, Darwin, 3 Marler, Mickey, 1 Marler, Sherry, 1 Marrs, Betty, 5 Marsh, Kathy, 1 Marshall, Gayle, 3 Marshall, Julie, 2 Marshall, Kathy, 1 Martin, Bobbie, 3 Martin, Cassandra, 3 Martin, Dannelly, 1 Martin, Danny, 5 Martin, Gwen, 1 Martin, Jack, 1 Martin, Janice, 3 Martin, Leevan, 1 Martin, Pam, 2 Mason, Ben, 1 Massey, Cheryl, 1 Massy, Floyd B., 3 Mathews, Karen, 3 Mathews, Pal, 1 Mathis, George, 2 Matthews, Robert, 2 KiR • ' toUL K ;■•; ' • m M H hl _ 1 _ fflf IP 1 ' , ' ' vr ■ T7 9 ' ' f , w ; McCall, Maggie. 2 McCallistcr, Polly, 3 McCarc. Eddie, 1 McCaskey, Terry, 3 McCrary, Marcia, 3 McClellan,James, 2 McClelland, Nancy, 2 McClure, Mary, 3 McCombs, Anthony, 2 McCrory, Betty. 3 McCuliough, Patricia, 1 McCullough. Rosa, I McDaniei.John, i McDonald, Anthony, 3 McDonald. Diane, 1 McDonald. Sonia Lee, 3 McDowell, Fred, 2 McGhar, Nancy, 1 McGili.John, 1 McGill.John, 1 Mcgill, Steve, 1 347 ■ I McGraw, Sheree, 2 McHugh, David, 2 Mclntyre, Cynthina, 3 McKeithen.Jack, 3 McKeller.John, 1 McKiniey, Steve, 2 McLean, Cheryl A., 1 McLean, John, 2 McLendon, Steve, 3 McLinn, Michael, 3 McLure, William, 1 McManus, Caroline, 3 McMichael, Rick, 3 McMillion, Danvus, 2 McNeal, Janice M., 1 McNeal, Lydia, 3 McNease.Jiley, 2 McPhcrson, Kathy, 1 McQuagge, Chester, 3 McReynolds, Varry, 3 McVay, Wanda, 1 Meadows, Debbie, 3 Meads, James, 1 Means, James, 1 Meek, Frances, 1 Meeker, Jim, 3 Melton, Freda, 2 Meredith, Gloria, 3 Meriwether, Nicholas, 3 Merrill, Jan, 2 Mickle, Ronald, 2 Middleton, Leanne, 1 Mikel, Joseph. 3 Mikell, Joel, 3 Miley, Lynn, 1 Miller, Elliott, 1 Miller, Rebecca, 2 Miller. Rodney, 1 Miller, Teresa, 2 Millican, Debra, 1 Millican, Kerrie. 2 Millncr, Robert, 1 Mills, W. Frank, 2 Mills, Mark, 3 Mills, Patricia, 1 Mills, Terrell, 5 Milner, Lizabeth, 3 Minis, Ronald, 1 Miner, Alice, 1 Miner, Nancy, 1 Miracle, Donna, 1 Mitchell, Glenda, 1 Mitchell, Lorita, 1 Miti hell, Marilue, 1 Mitchell, Sherry, 1 Mithcn, Isabell, 2 Mithen. Tom, 3 Mixon, Dianna, I Mixon, James, 3 Mixson.John, 3 Mixon, William, 2 Mobley, Ronald. Money. Carylon, 1 .. tA ' V ■■- - .. to V 2-18 Money, Diannc, 2 Money, Ethel, 3 Money, John, 2 Mooneyham, Elaine, 3 Moore, Earl, 3 Moore, Freddie, 2 Moore, Randall, 1 Moore, Sharon, 1 Moore, Sharon, 2 Moorer, Deborah, 3 Moorer, Randy, 2 Moreman, John, 1 Morgan, Joyce, 3 Morgan, Larry, 3 Morgan, Sandra, 3 Morgan, Tommy, 3 Morr, David, 2 Morris, Don, 5 Morris, Ingrid, 3 Morris, James, 1 Morris, Jeannie, 3 Morris, Pam, 1 Morrow, Fellis, 3 Morrow, Steve, 1 Moseley, Edward, 3 Moseley, Ewell, 5 Moseley, Janice, 3 Moses, Susan, 3 Mosley, Clarence, 3 Moss, Sharon, 1 Moultry, Margaret, 1 Moultry, Mitchell, 1 Moultry, Morel, 2 Moyers, David, 1 Mullins, Larry, 1 Mungenast, Sue, 1 Murphree.John, 2 Murphy. Cheryl, 1 Murphy, Kevin, 3 Myrick, James, 2 Mynard, Janet, 3 Myers, Marshall, 2 Myers, Randale, 3 Nail, Nancy, 2 Maines, Gary, 2 Needham, Robert, 3 Neher,John, 3 Neidffer.John, 1 Neighbors, Linda, 1 Nelson, Danny A., Nelson, Greg, 3 Nelson, Jeff, 1 Nelson, Karen, 2 Nelson, Marcia, 1 New, Donald, 1 , " %W Newberry, Ike, 1 Newbourne, David, 1 Newman, Dale, 2 Newman, Janet, 2 Newman, John, 2 Newman, Joy, 1 Newman, Mae, 1 Newman, Thomas, 1 349 Newton, Ronny, 2 Nichols, Cheryl, 2 Nichols, Cozette, 1 Nichols, William, 2 Nipper, Bill, 5 Nix, Tommy, 2 Noble, David E., 2 Noble, Teresa, 2 Nobles, Cindy, 1 Norred, Kim, 1 Norris.John, 3 Norton, Lisa, 1 Oakley, Martha, 3 O ' Brien, Yvonne Odgers.Joe, 1 Odom, Steve, 1 Ogle, Jo Ann, 2 Oglesby, Anida, 3 Oglesby, Elane, 3 Oler, Donna, 1 Oliver, Betty, 1 Oliver, Dorothy, 2 Oliver, Lelow, 1 Oliver, Suzan, 2 O ' Neal, Deborah, 1 Osborne, Susan. 1 Overstreet, Carol, 3 Overton, Gayla, 3 Overton, Marvin, 1 Owen, Ginny, 2 Owens, Deb, 2 Owens, Donald, 3 Owens, Jennings, 3 Owens, Joanne, 1 Owens, Kim, 3 :i.50 Owens, Robert, 2 Paapc. Cynthia, 2 Page, Jerry, 3 Page, Robert. 2 Palmer, Edward. 2 Parducci, Janice, Park, Bille, 1 Park, Brad, 1 Parker. Glenda, 3 Parker, Glenda, 1 Parker, Joe, 3 Parker. Nancy, 1 Parker, Virginia, 3 Parker, William E. 1 Parks. Cheryl, 1 Parr, Valerie, 1 Parriman, Dale, 1 Parrish, Ricky, 1 Parnsh, Ronnie, 2 Partridge, Kerry, 1 Paschal, Charlie, 1 Paschall, Pam, 2 Pate, Gregory, 1 Patni, Karim, 5 Patskoski, Michael, 1 Patterson. Bob, 2 Paul, Connye, 1 Paulk, Phil, 2 Payne, Kathy, 3 Paxson, Robe rt, 1 Payne, Russell, 1 Peal, Peggie, 1 Pearson, Mary, 1 Pearson, Terry, 2 Peck, Jessie, 1 Peebles, Vivia, 3 Pelham, Micki, 3 Pentz, Teresa, 2 Penuel, Linda, 2 Perdue, Valeria. 3 Persons, Scott, 1 Peters, Lee, 3 Peterson, Cathy, 2 Peterson, Lyette, 1 Peterson, Mary, 2 Peterson, Olivette, 1 Petritsis, Virginia, 3 Petty, Jeffrey, 2 Petty, Minda, 2 Perway, Melvin. 3 Phelps, Debbie, 3 Phillabaum, Kathy, 2 Phillips, Gregory, 2 Phillips, Marie, 2 Phillips, Mary, 1 Phillips, Mary Jane, 1 Phillips, Pamela, 3 Phillips, Sonja, 3 Phillips, Teddy, 3 Phillips, Teresa, 2 Phillips, Trina, 2 Philon, Sarah. 3 Pickell, Cheryl, 2 351 Pickett. Sam, 3 Pierce, Ron, 3 Pike, Mona, 1 Pickard, James, 2 Pinkard, Vicky, 1 Pipkins. Martha, 1 Pippin, Clayton, 1 Pippin, Lynn, 2 Pittman, Jimmy, 1 Plash, Jaye, 1 Plymell, Ronald, 1 Pollak.John, 1 Pollard, Velma, 1 Pope, Linda, 1 Poppe, Ann, 3 Porath, Deanna, 3 Porter, Vivian, 1 Portera, Donna, 2 Posey, Shirley, 2 Poston, Leta, 3 Potee, Charles, 2 Powell, Beverly, 2 Powell, Charlotte, 1 Powell, Michael, 1 Powell, Mike, 2 Powell, Robert, 1 Pratt, Deborah, 1 Prescott, Vicki, 3 Prestwood, Gail, 3 Price, Ellen, 1 Price, Shelia, 2 Primm, Shannon, 2 Ptomey, Sara, 2 Punshon, Sharon, 1 Purvis, Luanne, 1 Purvis, Mitchell, 3 Quinley, Joseph, 3 Rabom, Catherine, 3 R ;, in ,. Michael, 3 Railey, David, 1 P.ainey, Timothy, 2 Raley. Tom, 1 Ralcy, Glenn, . :i 2 Ramer, Susan, 2 Rankin, Charles, 1 Rankin, Sabrina, 1 Rattan, Fred, 2 Rawlinson, Brenda, 1 Rawls, Mary, 3 Ray, Donna, 3 Ray, Tom, 3 Raybon, Deborah, 2 Rearden, Gregory, 1 Reasoner, Roger, 1 Reddoch, Lewis, 1 Reed, Charles, 3 Reed, Karen, 1 Reed, Nonna, 1 Reed, Robert, 3 Reeder, Robin, 3 Reeder, Spencer, 2 Reese, Donald, 2 Reese, Norita, 1 Reeves, James, 3 Reeves, Lister, 1 Reeves, Patricia, 2 Reeves, Terri, 1 Reffett, Lena, 1 Register, John, 2 Reid, Glenn, 2 Reid, Sharon, 3 Reid, Steve, 1 Renfroe, Sandra, 1 Retherford, Ronald, 2 Revell, Linda, 3 Reynolds, Lavand, 1 Reynolds, Ted, 3 Reynolds, Tom, 2 Rhodes, Charles, 2 Rhodes, Charles, 1 Rhodes, David, 2 Rhodes, Michael, 3 Rhodes, Sharon, 3 Rich, Sue, 2 Rich, Sybil, 3 Richard, Patrick, 3 Richards, Vicky, 1 Richards, Willie, 3 Richardson, Amy, 1 Richardson, Brenda, 2 Richardson, Clarence, 1 Richardson, Clem, 2 Richardson, Daniel, 2 Richardson, Paul, 2 Richardson, Robert, 5 Richburg, William, 3 Rickett, Clarissa, 2 Riddle, Kimberly, 1 Rigdon, Daren, 2 Riggall, Dorothea, 3 Riggin, Vicki, 1 Rinehart.Jack, 3 Rivers, Ed, 1 Roach, Kent, 1 Robbins, Barbara, 1 Robbins, Gloria, 1 353 I Robbins, Teresa, 1 Roberson, Terry, 1 Roberts, Arthur, 3 Roberts, Pat, 2 Robert, Theresa, 3 Roberts, Wayne, 3 Robinson, Daryl, 1 Robinson, Donald, 1 Robinson, Joel, 2 Robinson, Marilyn, 3 Robinson, Mark, 2 Robinson, Melon, 1 Robinson, Robert, 1 Robison, Willard, 2 Robinson, Yvonne, 1 Rochette, Donn, 1 Rockholt, Dixie, 1 Rodger, Rebecca, 3 Rogers, Charles, 1 Rogers, Jim, 2 Roland, Robbie, 3 Rollins, Irene, 1 Romary, Mark, 1 Romero, Carlos, 1 Ross, Joy, 2 Rosumny, Vera, 2 Rountree, Michael, 3 Rowe, Bobby, 5 Rowe, Cathy, 3 Rowell, Beatrice, 1 Rupp,John, 2 Rush, Teri, 1 Rushing, Frank, 3 Russ, Brenda, 1 Russell, Betty, 3 Russell, Janice, 1 Russell, Larry, 2 Rutherford, William, 5 Ryals, Joannie, 1 Ryals, Phillip, 3 Ryals, Richard, 2 Ryan, Gregg, 2 Ryan, James, 3 Ryles, Johnny, 1 Sales, Marvin, 2 Salter, Forrest, 1 Salter, Ricky, 3 Salyer, Donna Salzarulo, Mary, 2 Sample, Vicki, 2 Sander, Brenda, 3 Sanders, Deborah, 1 Sanders, Bobby, 2 Sanders, Brenda, 2 Sanders, David, 2 Sanders, France, 1 Sanders, Harry, 3 Sanders, Joan, 2 Sanders, Joe, 1 Sanders, Linda, s Sanders, Ralph, 3 Sanders, Robert, 1 Sanders, Ronnie, 3 •I 354 Sanders, Steve, 3 Sanders, Thurman, 3 Sandlin, Anita, 1 Sanford, Dicky, 2 Sanford, Julie, 1 Sauer, Stephanie, 1 Saulsberry, Beverly, 1 Saulsberry, James, 3 Savage, Carrie, 1 Savage, James, 1 Saylor, Steve, 3 Scarbrough, Ben, 3 Scarbrough, David, 2 Scarbrough, Jennifer, 2 Schlueter, Madeline, 2 Schneidhorst, Elizabeth, 3 Schock, Debbie, 2 Schofiels, Wanda, 1 Scott, Christine, 1 Scott, Dorothy, 3 Scott, Jay, 2 Scragging, Parti, 3 Seaborn, Julie, 2 Seale, Ken, 3 Sean, Phillip, 2 Seaner, David, 1 Searcy, David, 3 Seifried, Kinberly, 1 Self, Ed, 3 Sellers, Angus, 3 Sellers, Beth, 2 Sellers, Mitchell, 3 Senn, Brenda, 1 Senn, Curtis, 2 Senn, David, 3 Senn, Gloria, 1 Senn, Retha, 3 Senterfitt, Ray, 2 Sentinella, Derek, 1 Sewell, David, 3 Seymour, Tim, 1 Sharpless, Ken, 3 Sheffield, Deborah, Sheehan, Jan, 2 Shehane, Allen, 3 Shelley, Karen, 2 Sherlin, Charles, 3 Sherrill, Donna, 3 Shields, Suzanne, 3 Shillabeer, Shergei, 5 Shilling, David, 3 Shipman, George, 3 Shipman, Hilda, 3 Shipman, Martha, 1 Shoman, Susan, 2 Shook, Willis, 3 Shore, James, 1 Shope, Dale, 1 Sikes, Carol, 2 Silerjeff, 2 Siler, Lela, 1 Simmons, Diana, 2 Simmons, Kay, 3 355 ! Skinner, Marvin, 3 Skinner, Warren, 1 Skipper, Elvin, 1 Skornia, Susan, 5 Skukalek, David, 1 Smelser, David, 3 Smiley, Robert, 5 Smith, Amelia, 3 Smith, Cynthia, 3 Smith, Dora, 2 Smith, Henry, 5 Smith, Howard, 2 Smith, Jennifer, 3 Smith, Jennifer, 2 Smith, John, 2 Smith, John, R 1 Smith, Ken. 1 Smith, Ken, 1 Smith, Kruse, 3 Smith, Lewis, 3 Smith, Lillie, 1 356 Smith, Lucrccra, 2 Smith, Mark, 3 Smith, Martin, 1 Smith, Mary, 1 Smith, Michael, 1 Smith, Michael, 1 Smith, Nanette, 1 Smith, Randall, 3 Smith, Renee, 1 Smith, Robert, 1 Smith, Sylvia, 3 Smith, Wanda, 1 Smith. Wilma, 3 Smoke, Charles, 2 Snead, Larry, 3 Sneed, Martha, 1 Sneed, Susan, 1 Sneed, Thelma, 1 Snellgrove, Martin, 3 Snoddy, Bill, 5 Snyder, Carolyn, 3 Solomon, Cort, 5 Solomon, Jerome, 2 Sandretto, Rick, 2 Sonnen, Laura, 3 Sorrency, Tony, 1 Souders, James, 3 Southall, Joanne, 1 Spann, Geoffrey, 3 Sparks, Drew, 1 Spears, James, 3 Spears, John, 2 Speigner, Rickey, 5 Sperli, Tom, 1 Spicer, Larry, 3 Spivey, Kenneth, 3 Splitger, Bivie, 3 Spooner, Kim, 1 Sprague, Linda, 1 Spratling, Derwin, 1 Springs, Joetta. 1 Spurlin, Amy, 3 Spurlin, Gary, 5 Spurlin, Rebeeca, 2 Stabler, John, 1 Stabler, Richard, 1 Stafford, Larry, 3 Stallings, Virginia, 5 Stallworth, Camilla. 3 Stanford, Brenda, 2 Stanford, Jo, 2 Staples, William, 1 Stark, John, 1 Starkie, Eddy, 3 Starkie. Robert, 2 Starling, John, 1 Starnes, Steve, 1 Steber.Jed, 1 Steele, Alice, 1 Steele, Daniel, 1 Steele, Kevin, 1 Steinbauer, Connie, 1 Steinbauer. John, 3 357 Stephens, Peggy, 1 Stevens, Billie, 2 Stevens, Donald, 1 Stevens, Hulene, 2 Stevens, James, 5 Stevens, Stacey, 3 Steverson, Donnie, 2 Stewart, Alfred, 3 Stewart, Brenda, 2 Stewart, Clark, 1 Stewart, Dean, 3 Stewart, Deborah, 3 Stewart, Deborah, 1 Stewart, Ricky, 1 Stidnick, David, 1 Stinson, Sara, 3 Stockton, David, 2 Stockton, Ricky, 3 Stokes, Kathy, 2 Stone.Jennifer, 1 Stonerook, Dean, 2 Stovall, Glenda, 3 Stowers, Kari, 2 Strain, Ronnie, 5 Stickland, Greg, 1 Strickland, Ken, 1 Stringer, Elizabeth, 3 Stringfellow, Tom, 2 Stubblefield, Scott, 1 Sullins, Nancy, 2 Sullivan, Dorothy, 5 Sullivan, John, 1 Sullivan, John, 3 Sullivan, Lydia, 3 Sullivan, Mike, 1 Sullivan, Richard, 3 Sullivan, Sandra, 3 Sullivian, Sara, 1 Summcrville, Susan, ; Sumner, Jack, 2 Sumner, Rick, 1 Sumrall, David, 3 Sutherland, David, 2 358 Suttlc, Teddy, 1 Sutton, Charles, 5 Sutton, Kenneth, 2 Sutton, Pat, 1 Swain, F J., 3 Swain, Melvin, 3 Swain, Melvin S., 1 Swanson, Charles, 2 Swaringern, Kathy, 1 Swartz, Dean, 1 Swindall, Marianne, 1 Swindle, Jimmy, 3 Syndnor, Robert, 1 Talboy, Dean, 5 Talley, Ken, 3 Tapper, Connie, 1 Tarver.Joe, 1 Tarver, Laurence, 3 Tatom, Mark, 2 Tatom, Meg, 2 Tarum, Paige, 1 Taunton, Greg, 3 Taylor, Charlie, 2 Taylor, Dale, 5 Taylor, Diane, 3 Taylor, Jimmy, 2 Taylor, Lisa, 3 Taylor, Marilyn, 5 Taylor, Melondie, 3 Taylor, Monica, 1 Trylor, Nancy, 3 Trylor, Richard, 3 Tedder, Ginger, 1 Teel, Hervert, 2 Tee, Lester, 3 Tegge, David, 3 Temple, Betty, 1 Tennyson, Sherri, 2 Terrell, Cindy, 1 Terrell, Steven, 3 Thames, James, 1 Thomas, Agatha, 1 Thomas, Betty, 1 Thomas, Carroll, 2 Thomas, Cecil, 1 Thomas, Cathye, 1 Thomas, Dorothy, 2 Thomas, Joe, 2 Thomas, Lisa, 1 Thomas, Nancy, 3 Thomas, Nancy, 3 Thomas, Ollie, 3 Thomas, Rebecca, 1 Thomas, Steven, 2 Thomas, Tommie, 1 Thompson, Debra, 1 Thompson, Debra, 1 Thompson, Issac, 3 Thompson, James, 2 Thompson, Martha, 3 Thornhill, Cynthia, 1 Thornton, Ramona, 1 Thweatt, Cassandra, 1 359 Tidwell, Debbie, 1 Till, Bill, 3 Tompkins, Phyillis, 3 Thornton, Vicki, 1 Toles, Diann, 1 Toolan, Gloria, 1 Torrey, Devonne, 5 Towns, Marva, 1 Trammel, Bill, 3 Trammell, Gregory, 1 Trammell, Nancy, 2 Treadway, Charles, 3 Trudell, Helen, 1 Tuberville, Dayton, 2 Tucker, Judy, 1 Tucker, Sabrina, 1 Tucker, Tim, 1 Tullis, William, 1 Turberville, Thomas, 3 Turner, Ben, 3 Turner, Debbie, 1 Turner, Elliott, 1 Turner, Jean, 3 Turner, Leona, 2 Turner, Rodell, 3 Turner, Wendell, 1 Tyler, Thomas, 1 Tyner, Marjorie, 2 Tynes, Harold, 2 Ubbens, Bruce, 3 Ulbricht, Fred, 3 Uptain, Ronnie, 5 Valrie, Geneva, 3 Vance, Betty, 1 Vance, John, 1 Vanlandingham, Patti, Varner, Leon, 3 Veneklasen, Robert, 2 Vickers, James, 2 Vickers, Elizabeth, 1 Vickers, Nancy, 2 Vickery, Dianne, 1 Volet, John, 3 Vucovich, Wayne, 1 Waddailjohn, 2 Wagoner, Ira, 2 Waites, Jeannie, 3 Waldrop, Roger, 1 Walker, Charles, 1 Walker, Harold, 5 Walker, Karen, 1 Walker, Keith, 3 Walker, Kenneth, 3 Walker, Mavise, 1 Walker, Shirley, 1 Walden, Susan, 3 Wall, Kathy, 3 Wallace, Earnestine, 1 Wallace, Wanda, 1 Wallace, Lynn, 2 Waller, Jack, 5 Waller, Janie, 1 Walls, Anthony, 3 360 Walls, Lynn, 3 Walston, William, 1 Walters, Donna, 3 Walters, Mary, 1 Walters, William, 1 Wambles, Doug, 3 Ward, Arneller, 3 Ward, Cynthia, 1 Ward, Debra, 1 Ward, Gwendolyn, 1 Ward, Janice, 2 Ward, Michele, 1 Ward, Paschal, 5 Ward, Sonja, 3 Wardrop, David, 2 Ware, Eric, 2 Warren, Ethel, 1 Warren, Harry, 2 Warren, Sharon, 3 Wasden, Bill, 2 Waters, Becky, 1 Waters, Joyce, 2 Waters, Judy, 2 Waters, Marion, 1 Watkins, Charlotte, 1 Watson, Debbie, 2 Watson, Jean, 3 Watson, Joyce, 3 Watson, Michael, 3 Watson, Raymond, 2 Watson, Sandra, 1 Watters, Yuntrill, 1 Weary, Fred, 2 Weatherford, Terry, 1 Weatherman, Darrell, 2 Wearhers, Bynum, 1 Weaver, James, 2 Weaver, Phyllis, 3 Webb, Duane, 2 Webb, Ken, 1 Weber, Deborah, 3 Webster, Vicki, 1 Weed, Bobo, 2 Weeks, Hank, 1 Weeks, Larry, 3 Weeks, Laura, 2 Weeks, Stephen, 1 Weems, Dennis, 2 Welch, Susan, 3 Welk, Ron, 2 Wells, Vance, 1 Wesson, David, 3 . West, Suzette, 1 West, Robert, 3 West, Nancy, 1 Wheeler, Nancy, 1 Whigham, Greg, 2 Whitaker, James, 3 White, Barbara, 2 White, Bettie, 2 White, Jerry, 2 White, Paul, 2 White, Ricky, 3 361 362 Willett, Douglas, 1 Williams, Bonj, 1 Williams, Bev, 2 Williams, Carolyn, 5 Williams, Clifton, 3 Williams, Eva Joyce, 1 Williams, Freddrick, 2 Williams, Harold, 1 Williams, Janifer, 3 Williams, Jerry, 3 Williams, Joel, 2 Williams, Joel, 3 Williams, John, 3 Williams, Lillic, 3 Williams, Mary, 1 Williams, Mary Ida, 5 Williams, Patricia, 2 Williams, Ronald, 1 Willrams, Ruthie, 1 Williams, Steve, 1 Williams, Teri, 3 Williams, Wendell, 3 Williamson, Dusty, 1 Williamson, James, 1 Williamson, Mary, 2 Willis, Carolyn, 1 Willis, Lloyd, 3 Willis, Marilyn, 1 Willis, Phillip, 2 Willis, Simon, 3 Wills, Michael. 1 Wilson, Belinda, 1 Wilson, Cindy, 3 Wilson, Commie, " Wilson, John, 3 Wilson, Julie, 2 Wilson, Karen, 2 Wilson, Katherine, 3 Wilson, Kathleen, 1 Wilson, Mary, 2 Wilson, Patti, 1 Wilson, Ric, 5 Wilson, Ruskin, 3 Wilson, Teresa, 1 Windham,John, 1 Windson, Halbert, 1 Windsor, Agatha, 1 Windsor, Felix, 3 Wise, Lisa, 3 Wise, Lyle, 1 Witherington, Dean, 2 Winner, Wanda, 1 Wood, Dale, 3 Wood, Dorothy, 1 Wood, Gwynn, 3 Wood, Janice, 3 Wood, John, 5 Wood, Randy, 2 Woodall, Faye, 3 Woodard, Deborah, 2 Woodard, Kathy, 3 Woodham, Denise, 2 Wouters, Frank, 1 Wright, Deborrah, 3 Wright, Edward, 1 Wright, Marilyn, 2 Wright, Tammy, 1 Wurtz, Larry, 2 Wynn, Rosemary, 2 Wynn, Sue, 3 Yancey, Elizabeth, 2 Yancey, Ruth, 2 Yarborugh, Mary, 2 Youmans, Candy, 1 Young, Cindy, 1 Young, Mjke, 1 Young, Robert, 1 Youngblood, Clifton, 2 Youngblood, Ronald, 1 York, James, 3 Zachry, Denise, 3 Zellmer, Steve, 1 Zorn, Debbie, 3 Zytka, Suzanne, 1 363 Troy State Students A Variety of Individuals .- x L. J .1. iipw. ♦ T ■ I ++M i- " :i- - • V 1 r d 2? I i f I PHI HI v Ah l! l tf t A, rI rt_ -5 v r . V FACULTY Blake, Louise Camp, Peggy Fitzgerald, Betty Harris, Martha Ray Hull, Alvorine Mann, Jean (Director) Maulk,Jane Powell, Carla Roberts, Alice S. Weaver, Mary STAFF Baggett, Barbara Peeks, Vivian Sykes, Lee TSUM Division of Nursing Adams, Sharon Allen, Ina Anthony, Doris C. Becker, Carol H. Bennett, Mattie Bludsworth, Nancy Bediford, Gary Bozeman, Judy Brown, Dorothy Browning, Kathy Bruce, Katherine Bruton, Jane Bufford, Geraldine Butler, Linda Cartman, Mary Cornell, Kay Cosby, Luann Davenport, Jackie Debosc, Minnie Dcjarnette, Mattie Ddaunc, Pat 366 Dunbar, Eugenia Ellis, Carolyn Goldman, Amy Griggs, Mary Guthrie, Beverly Hale, Kathy Harris, Ruby Henderson, Jennifer Hunt, Betty Jackson, Deborah Johnson, Viola Konps, Mary Lynch, Judy Manning, Kathy Marin, Marion McAhren, Cynthia McClain. Patsy McCord, Robert E. McWaters, Croline Miller, Becky Miller, Carolyn Moody, Angela Moore, Fannie Moore, Pat Morgan, June Nelson, Sandra Oliver, Leisa Owens, Barbara Palmer, Kathie Preston, Debra Pritchard, Mike Raynes, Diana Remsa, Billie Riggs, Cathy Rodas, Dolores Rohan, Larry Roland, Louise Sanders, Cynthia Sanders, Lula San ture, Judy Semler, Ann Skinner, Gloria Smith, Robin Thomas, Dana Thomas, Sherry Toles, Linda Underwood, Donald Veres, Marsha 367 ADVERTISEMENTS 365 The City of Troy Is Proud of Troy State University Commissioner Charles Meeks, Mayor Winfred Kelly, Commissioner Al Gibbs OUR HAPPY HOME ORGAN, $22.00 GRADE B, CASH IN COO fin nil i with nuncR vAAiUUi FULL WITH ORDER, DESCRIPTION OF CASE. No. I2BI7 OUR $22.00 ORGAN IS FULL SIZE ffiE ' %?3 " £!7Sk£U8HS " ESS FINISHED ANTIQUE, OK BLACK WALNUT. No. 12R17 Our special price, in Grade B »22.oo No. 12R18 Our special price, in Grade A. See description below, only 27.00 Our grade B whicn we offer at $22.00 is full size, five octaves, three sets of reeds, one set of 25 Diapason, one set of 37 Melodla and one set of 37 Celeste, double octave couplers. Eight stops as fol- lows: Diapason, Dulciana, Melodla, Celeste, Bass Coupler, Treble Coupler, Diapason Forte and Principal Forte. Two Knee Swells. The price quoted Is for the organ carefully boxed and delivered free on board the cars in Chicago. Shipping weight, 326 pounds. Height, 66 Inches; length, 44 Inches; width, 23 Inches. We furnish this organ either in solid-oak or black walnut finish as desired. It is a neat and elegant design, beautifully ornamented as shown in illustration, and is given a high finish. This Spe- cial Happy Home Organ which wequote at S22.00 In our Grade B will compare favorably with any- thing you can buy In your local market at more than double the price. We are able to offer it at this heretofore unheard of price of $22.00 only by reason of our contracting with the manufacturer for large quantities and on a spot cash basis. If yon buy this organ from us at 832.00 you are buying iton the basis of the actual cost of material and labor, with only one small profit added. We do not guar - antee this organ, but offer it with a view to showing what it Is possible for us to supply for the nome at a price below any competition. It is the best bargain we have to offer and you get it for even less than your local dealers can buy in quantities. No. I2RI8 DESCRIPTION OF OUR A GRADE HAPPY HOME 0R6AN AT $27.00. - " ;«?: ■ powerful ac- tion we have finished our Happy Home Organ in what we term our A Grade, which we furnish at $27.00. Our A Grade Organ, which we quote at $£ . 00, will compare favorably with anything in your. local market at $40.00. At $27.00 you are buying it for less than your local dealers can buy in quantities. This organ has an additional set of 24 principal reeds, making It much more powerful, and contains in all 11 stops, including Diapason, Dulciana, Melodia. Celeste, Cremona, Bass Coupler, Treble Coupler, Diapason Forte, Principal Forte, Vox Humana, Grand Organ and Knee Swell, 122 reeds In all. We would advise you, by all means, to pay The $5.00 difference and secure the A Grade. The $5.00 differ- ence we charge you Is the difference in cost to us and should be taken advantage of. DO NOT OVERLOOK OUR WRITTEN B1NDIN6 GUARANTEE. %%£££ v£?£i£F2 ISSUE THE LONGEST, STRONGEST AND MOST BINDING GUARANTEE GIVEN WITH ANY OKGAN. SHIPPING WEIGHT, 325 POUNDS. No. I2RI7 No. I2RI7 Order by Number. Troy Publishing Corporation Publishers: The Troy Messenger The Brundidge Banner " Advertising Doesn ' t Cost . . . It Pays. " TROY MOTORS, INC. U.S. Highway 23 I Bypass, North P.O. Box 624 Troy, Alabama 36081 Phone 566- 1 890 PONTIAC SS9 TRUCKS BUI C K 371 Swimming Pool and Cable TV — Air Conditioned Member A. A. A. and Friendship Inns Family and Commercial Rates Viking Motor Lodge U.S. 23 I By Pass Troy, Alabama 3608 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stewart. Owners Mike Stewart Manager Phone 566-4090 Genuine Auto Parts 3 10 Oak Street Troy, Alabama 566-3301 BANK OF TROY Free Checking the bank where you are SOMEBODY 5666000 Open 6 Days a Week 372 HENDERSON BLACK GREENE, INC. I 10 Pike St. 566-4133 Hardware and Building Materials General Contractors Staircases Coton Square Troy, Ala. 3608 1 Phone 566-450 1 " Troy ' s Finest Clothing Store " On the Square Harry Baker the Jeweler I 1 2 N. Threenotch 566-1585 Doug ' s Hair Design Troy Plaza Shopping Center Phone 566-6 1 62 " The New look for men and women " manicures and facials 373 WTBF Troy 970 on your dial OUR $4.98 100-PIECE, AMERICAN HADE, SEMI-VITREOUS CHINA DINNER SET. THIS SFT tethe highest grade genuine semi-vitreous china; as hard as flint: goods that will stand an unusual amount of hard service. I m J v " - I color, and guamntced not to rraze, Very latest shape, as shown In illustration, m: Pure white in guaranteed not to omze, Very latest shape, as shown In illustration, funking a sot in white suitahle for any house. From the ac- companying illustration you can form some idea of the appearance of this beautiful 1O0-PIECE WHITE SKMI-VITREOHS CHfNA DINNER SET, hut you must see it to appreciate the value we are offering. We believe it the handsomest shaped white dinner set in the market. THIS IOO-PIECE SET CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING PIECES: 12 Soup Plates 12 Saucers 1 Platter, 12-inch 1 Covered Dish, 8-inch, (2 1 Covered Butter Dish (3 1 Extra Bowl 12 Plates, 5-inch 12 Individual Butters 1 Baker, 7-inch pieces) pieces) 1 Large Pitcher 12 Plates, 7-Inch 12 Fruit Plates. 3-inch 1 Baker, 8- nch 1 Pickle Dish 1 Sugar Uowl (2 pieces) 1 Medium Pitcher. 12 Coffee Cups 1 Platter, 8-inch 1 Sauce Boat Packed in barrels and shipped direct from the pottery In Eastern Ohio, from which point customer pays freight. ft I AO No. 2R301 Ourspecial price. 100-piece set complete " 3 4.;70 THE GOOD NEIGHBOR COMPANY (Utaiited) SERVING THE SOUTHEAST HOME OFFICE MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 374 _ No. 28R847 Our Sensible Carpenters ' Knife, having two large blades. one with clippoint and one sheep foot or carpenter marking blade. The blades of this knife are made of full strength 11-gauge steel ; has stag handle, steel liuin . iron bolsters, German silver shields, finished inside and out. A knife that will give entire satisfaction for practical and rough (very- day work. The Illustration shown exact size and shape of knife. Price, eneh i If by mull, postage extra, 6 cents). . 48C No. 28R849 Dick ' s Hand Fitting Easy Opener Pocket Knife, with ebony handle, brass lining. German silver bolster and shield. Finished inside and out. The carpenter or anyone else whowantsa knife lor business, a knife that will feel right in his hand, a knife that will cut, a knife i hat will hold its edge without being sharp- ened frequently, will huv this knife. This knife is a distinctly new pattern; and while every line is mechanically true and correct, the general shape of the knife being so different from anything heretofore shown may cause a doubt on account of its shape, but SO confi- dent are we of its popularity when once used we will guarantee to exchange any of these knives provided they have Dot been used, and pay the postage both ways, if not entirely satisfactory after you have held it in your hands once. The Illustration shows exact size and shape of knife. Price, each. (If by mail, postage extra, 4 cents). 45C No. 28R8S0 Another Dirk ' s Easy Opener Pocket Knife, same as one previously described, with stag handle, German silver bolster caps and shield, brass lining, fin- ished inside and out. An attractive and serviceable knife that is sure to please. The Illustration shows exact size and shape of knife Price, each. ..(If by mail, postage extra, 6c). 50C NELL WHITTLE REALTOR 566 3216 REALTOR " 7I2S. Brundidge Troy, Ala. Commercial Appraisals 566-2123 Residential Land _, . ._,, 566-3216 Management 566-2123 SIGMA PI ' Symbol of Progress " I 14 Pine Street 566-9856 Boyd and Porter, Inc. WILLIAM PORTER AGENCY — REAL ESTATE — 66 W. Court Sq., Troy, Alabama 36081 375 •• ' - - FIRST FARMERS MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF TROY The Bank With a Plan for Your Future member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phone 566-2270 A FULL SERVICE BANK ® Helping is Our Business member Federal Reserve System Troy, Alabama 376 Byrd Drug Company 81 N. Court Square 566-0100 943 So. Court Street Montgomery, Ala. 36104 262-3493 I 1 3 1 So. By Pass Troy, Ala. 36081 566-0616 Alabama Sewing Vacuum Centers BOB SHELL Sales — Service — Parts JACK SHELL FRED ISRAEL GARNETT RIGSBY FORD, INC. Troy, Alabama 36081 GARNETT RIGSBY President Telephone 566-3400 SYNCO DRUGS Prescription Specialists We Fill All Doctor ' s Prescriptions Dorthy Gray Cosmetics 200 North Three Notch Street Phone 566-26 10 MOONEYHAM ' S SHOES The shoe of tomorrow ... we have it today 60 South Court Square Troy, Alabama FIRST CLASS SHOE REPAIR 566-3724 Wilma ' s Beauty Shop Her Majesty Shoppe I I 14 So. Brundidge 566-2192 566-0936 377 Troy City Market Specializes in Exotic Plants of Over 200 Varieties One Stop Plant Shop 3 15 N. Oak Street Troy, Alabama 566-0223 Douglas Bros. Jewelry Since 187 ■»■■■•«» ' ' ».■■• ■ Keepsake — Columbia Diamonds L. G. Balfour Dealer for Fraternity and Sorority Jewelry Watch and Jewelry Repair Troy, Alabama 79 N. Court Sq. — 566-1867 Bo and Scherr Quails OUR $4.40 NEW WHITE POWDER WONDER EJECTOR. OUR $4.40 PRICE is made possible by reason of oar building this gun In our own _ factory. We started the manufacture of these guns with a view Of giving our customers something better than the regular grade of single barrel guns turned out by factories generally. We started our own factory that we might produce a gun free from all the weak points of the many guns that are being manufactured under competitive conditions that compel the manufacturer to slight vital parts in order to meet the price made by other makers. WE HAVE SUCCEEDED Hr atrVi ' wSS Wonder Ejector, a gun combining the good points of all strictly high grade guns with the defects of none, and yet on a basis of the actual manufacturing cost, the cost of material and labor with but our one small percentage of profit ' added. We can offer this gun Vk AUWLI $4.40, much less than in- ferior single guns tfg SSL 4$k %| ■ T (J if) a reduction of »1.50 from our last A I V r illll year ' s price of »5.90, we offer the 1 New Improved White Powder Wonder Ejector, a gun with all the very latest 1903 Improvements brought right up to date, a high class automatic shell ejector breech loading. single barrel shotgun, built to combine the good points of every strictly high grade single barrel shotgun made, with the defects of none, at a price much lower than ever before known, a price that barely covers the cost of material and labor with butour one small Rercentage of profit added, one of the highest of lgh grade, single barrel shotguns. We especially recommend to you_for your consideration our New 1 90ft Mod el White Powder Wonder Automatic Ejecting Single Barrel Loading Shotgun at only »4.40. No. 6R4I4 Order by Number. FROM THE ILLUSTRA1 ION . K S direct from our »4.40 New White Powder Wondei Ejector, you can form some idea of the appearance of this gun, but you nust see this gun, examine it. compare it with others, must put it to the test of its shooting qualities, compare its target, penetration, long range, killing effect, to realize fully what we have, from our own factory, from the material we ourselves control, from the workmanship we put on the gun by employing the very finest automatic machinery, attained In this justly termed, New White Powder Wonder Ejector; THE ONLY WHITE POWDER EJECTOR AMERICAN GUN OFFERED AT ONLY $4.40. SPECIAL POINTS OF SUPERIORITY in the New Model White Pow- _ der Wonder over the many other single guns made: Wilson ' s highest grade full welded steel barrel, bored for black or white nitro powder, choke bored by the celebrated taper system; more perfect and more positive action; stronger built and lock mechanism; highest grade automatic shell ejector made; greater strength, accuracy and better finished frame; interchangeable and better finished parts; longer range, better target and more carefully tested. All these very essential points in the shooting and lasting qualities of a gun go to make our New Model White Powder Wonder Ejector superior to any of the regular factory made ejectors now on the market. BROKEN PARTS ALWAYS REPLACED. " ft ttS ' s ' JS OUR BINDING GUARANTEE. Every New White Powder Won- der Ejector offered at S4.40, Is sent out under our binding guar- antee, by the terms and conditions of which if any piece or part gives out by reason pf defect in material or workmanship within one year from date f purchase, we will replace or repair it free of charge. nCTAIl Cn CDCPICIPATinNC Wilson ' s welded steel barrel; choke UCIB1LCU jrClliriUH IIUHOi bored by the celebrated taper system; very finest automatic ejector, heavy bolted, self locking, self compensating. Interchangeable parts, reinforced frame, beautifully case hardened; barrel detachable from frame; rebounding hammer, latest top snap break, fine selected straight grain pistol grip walnut stock, fancy butt plate to stock. or become lost, being interchangeable they can be readily replaced and can always be had from us at a very nominal charge. Weight, packed for shipment, about 10 pounds. No. 6R414 Automatic Ejector, Wilson ' s steel barrel, case hardened frame, 12-gauge only, 30 or 32-inch barrel. State length wanted. Uur special price Automatic Ejector, Wilson ' s steel barrel, case hardened frame, 12-gauge only, 30 or 32-inch barrel. State length wanted, uur £A Af jrlce « »v 378 OUR $10.75 NEW 1902 MODEL DROP FRAME GIRLS ' DICYCLE ' VvKVf™ THIS SPECIAL $10.75 BICYCLE U the " a " r» d « b»cycle made for girls. Made of inWffWWL jIU.iq PIUIWLC tne h , Bhe . t -r.j; material, by skilled mechanics, equipped with the highest grade equipment, including the celebrated single tube guaranteed Seroco tire, and offered at oar ■ pec lal » 10.78 price, at a price based on the actual cost of material and labor, with but oar one small percentage of profit added. THIS IS THE EXACT SAME BICYCLE Sffl ' g™ ' }! TEH DAYS ' TRIAL OFFER, ri ' of the girls ' style of drop curved frame. YOU Will NflTF we furnish these wheels with 16-lnch frame for ■ ww nibii wwii. elrlg f r0 m 7 to 9 years of age, 18- Inch frame for girls from 10 to 12 years of age. The price Is the same. In order- lot; be sure to note the different vise frames to accommodate the different ages. UHDERSTAND . f™ J£r£ a binding guarantee as to quality of material and work, manshlp. Every pair of tires Is covered by our regular guaran- tee. ..DESCRIPTION.. This bicycle Is exactly the same as the boys ' bicycle, with the ex- ception of the drop curved frame. The frames are 16 or 18 inches high, made from highest grade tubing, nicely enameled, nicely finished, madeextra strong In every part. The wheels are 24 or M inches In diameter, strictly high grade. We use high grade, full finished spokes, non-warpable hickory rims. Hubs are strictly high grade, drawn from bar steel, full finished, heavily nickel plated, ball bearing throughout, with ball retainers. TIBE8— Tires are the celebrated 3eroco single tube pneumatic tires, fully guaranteed. Tires come complete with quick tire re- pair outfit. SADDLE— We use a special high grade Juvenile saddle. HANDLE BAR— We furnish a strictly high grade steel, raised handle bar, heavily nickel plated, highly finished, complete with leather grips. BEARINGS— We use strictly high grade bearings, drawn from bar steel, full finished, accurately gauged and adjusted, tempered to a straw color, highly finished and fully guaranteed. No. 19R74 Girls ' 16-inch drop frame bicycles, -vheels, for girls 7 to 9 years of age hlle e re- quire yon to send cash with your order, we give you the privilege of a ten days ' trial of the bicycle, during which time. If you have any reason to feel dissatisfied with your pur- chase, simply return the bicycle to as and we will immediately return your money. Including transporta- tion charges. From the above Illustration, engraved by our artist from a photograph, you can form some Idea Of the appearance of our handsome new model, fltlO. 75 bicycle, the 1902 wheel, but you must see, examine and compare this bicycle with bicycles offered by other houses at greatly advanced prices to appreciate the extraordinary value we are offering. CHAIN— We use a high grade A-inch chain, the best chain used on any juvenile wheel. PEDALS— We use high grade combination pedals, full ball bearing, heavily nickel plated and highly finished. HANGER— We use the very latest 1902 hanger. SPROCKETS- Sprockets are the latest style for 1902, made from the very best steel, highly polished, heavily nickel plated and beautifully finished, as- sorted designs. witb . 24 : 1,lcb $10.75 GEAR— Geared to 60 inches. EQUIPMENT— You get in this wheel the very highest grade equipment, the same high grade equip- ment that goes on our highest grade ladies ' wheel, including the very best Seroco tires, finest nickel plated handle bars, ball bearing pedals, extra quality saddle, tool bag, quick repair outfit, wrench and oiler. ENAMEL— Enameled in either black or maroon, as desired, handsomely finished, all usual parts heavily nickel plated on copper. No. 19R78 Girls ' 18-inch drop frame bicycle, with 26-im wheels, for girls 10 to 12 years of age $10.75 Freeman Furniture ItC SALES SERVI« •M ! Whirlpool HOME APPU ANCES ferV J REPAIR SERVICE k ■ 1 1 ■ ' J I | ...LADIES ' WRAPPERS... 380 THE PERSONAL TOUCH MAKES THE DIFFERENCE • BIRTHDAYS • CORSAGES • FUNERALS • ANNIVERSARIES • POTTED PLANTS • WEDDINGS FLOWERS BY WIRE 566-0548 NIGHTS — SUNDAYS — HOLIDAYS 546-386? Slestem TJuto ...the family store and [fUcSlALOG ORDER CErvi-rgp Associate Store Royce Stroud, Owner, Manager 100 Market St. Troy, Ala 566-1663 FASHION KLEAN CLEANERS E. Walnut St. Troy, Ala. 566-2074 LAWRENCE HARDWARE Sporting Goods Benjamin Moore Paint Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies Housewares Guns Tools and Buil der ' s Supplies 56 E. Court Sq. 566-0688 John Weed — Owner 519 S. BRUNDIDGE Alpha Delta Pi " Home of the Oldest and Best " Troy State University President — Jan Jetter Stanton ' s " i ' S w i m Where Fashions Begin Stanton $ a pleasant place to shop — downtown For your formal rentals by After Six . . . it ' s Stanton ' s in downtown Troy Shop the Stanton ' s nearest you Troy • Sylacauga • Andalusia .: 381 ANDERSON TRACTOR COMPANY John Deere Equipment Farm Industrial 231 ByPass-N Troy, Alabama 566-4181 OUR NEW ACME MODEL GUT UNDER EXTENSION TOP SURREY. F4 4 £ STATED WIDTH OF TRACK No. IIR645 GENERAL DESCRIPTION. BODY— Latest style cut under extension body. Body is good size, 5 feet 10 inches long by 2ti inches wide on the bottom. The seats are heavy high paneled surrey seats, full rounded. GEAR— This gear Is buill on a l,V,-inch double collar, fantail, swaged axle. One long cut under surrey reach, heavily ironed full length; full circle fifth wheel. End springs, four-plate in front and live-plate iu rear; kingbolt in rear of axle. Quick shifting shaft coupler. WHEELS -They are 1-inch tread ; Sarven ' s patent, with heavy steel bands; The tires are extra heavy, rounded edge, full crimp steel tires, full bolted. The front wheel is 34 inches high, rear wheel 42 inches high. UPHOLSTERING— Upholstered in a 14-ouuce English wool faced dark green body cloth. Seat ends full padded and full lined, soft coil springs In back and cushions, Oil burning lamps. TOI ' — Extra high, extra wide and extra deep extension leather quarter top. Quarters and stays cut extra large and front genuine leather. PAINTING -This body is painted a dark green with black pillars; the gear isa i:irk Brewster green, neatly striped. TRACK — Narrow, 4 feet H inches, or wide, 5 feet 2 inches, as desired. No. 11R645 Price, fitted with best steel tires S69.95 Price, fitted with ?i inch best Goodyear rubber tires 83. 40 Price, fitted with 1-inch best Goodyear rubber tires 85.45 EXTRAS. Leather cushions and backs. in place of cloth S4.00 Pole complete in place -f shafts 1.50 Both pole and shaft 3.50 Weight, crated, about 825 pounds. Shipped from Brighton, Ohio, or Kalamazoo. Mich. 382 BRUNDIDGE C COX MURPHREE AH FULLSE; ©NY DRY JOHNSTON COX MURPHREE INSURANCE CO. For All Your Insurance Needs 1223 S. Brundidge St. 566-1477 THE KITCHEN HIWAY23I N. (Across from Troy Motors) •COLD BEVERAGE ' • OYSTERS • TROY, AL BAR-B-Q 566-6968 ' - Phone 566 2480 jean 5 jrlc otvers Gifts, and Interiors 110 MADISON STREET TROY, ALABAMA Owners HOWARD R. DYKES BETTY C. DYKES Red Wave and Double Deli+e double deli+e 566-3241 Brundidge Hwy. Troy Red Wave 566-3165 912 S. Brundidge Troy Ingrams Curb Market Open 6- 10 7 days per week 101 Fairview Troy, Alabama ALL Of our Wood Back Hair Brushes From the cheapest number up, are made of one solid piece of wood. (Solid Back Hair Brushes.) Most hair brushes are made of two pieces of wood glued to- gether, which, when wet, warp and come apart. A Solid Back Hair Brush will outwear three ordinary hair brushes. We sell our solid back hair brushes at less Lhan tli« price usually asked for ordinary goods. Remember that a solid back hair brush will last two or three times as long as an ordinary brush. Hair brushes weigh from 6 to 8 ounces. Postage on bair brushes about 6 to 8 cents. Fine Imported Infants ' Hair Brushes. No.l8R41 48 Imported Fine White Goat In- fants ' Hair Brush; also suitable for ladies ' toilet ' • ' WlliJ iPW powder. Each 82c If by mail, postage extra, each, 3 cents. Our 7-Cent Hair Brush. No. 18R4152 In a Seveu-Kow Hair Brush, made of mix- ed stock - a brush that usually retails for 15 cents. Price, each 7c If by mall, postage extra, each, 4 cents. A 25-Cent Brush for 12 Cents. No. 18R4150 A Me- dium sized Bound Back Hair Brush. Black Rus- sian bristles; would be considered pood value at 25 cents. Price, each. .12c If by mail, postage extra, each, 4 cents. Special Value for 21 Cents. No. 18R4164 A Good, IJurable, 13-row Hair Brush, with a dark center bristle, largo size, oval back of solid boxwood, particularly adapted for family use. This brush never retails for less than 50 cents. Price, each Zlc If by mail, postage extra, each, 10 cents. Russian Bristlo Hair Brushes. No. 18R416S This Handsome Brush is made of nine rows of white Russian bristle, oval back, nicely polished, solid back. Price, each ...36c If by mall, postage extra, each, 7 cents. No. 18R4172 This Is a handsome 11-row fine dark Russian bristle, solid back, oval shape, ma- hogany wood, highly polished. Oiood 75-cent value. Price, each 47c If by mall, postage extra, each, 7 cents. Wire Hair Brushes. No. 18R4176 Small Size Metallic Wire Hair Brush; polished wood backs. Price, each 7c If by mail, postage extra, each, 6 cents. No. 18R4180 10-Row Metallic Wire Hair Brush, straight or twist handles, nicely polished and deco- rated backs. Price, each 7c If by mail, postage extra, each, 7 cents. Florence Rubber Back Hair Brush. No. 18R4184 The Flor- ence Rubber ' Back Black Bristle Hair Easy to clean, nice i use. Value, 40 cents. Our price, each 18c If by mall, postage extra, each, 8 cents. 383 Sanctuary First Ba ptist Ch urcl Troy, Alabama 1850-1976 Sharing the Changeless Yet Con temporary Concept of Christianity ChrislV ►freedom 1776-1976 Ralph Jernigan Pastor Douglas Turner Minister of Education George Patterson Minister of Music and Youth Activities Building 384 OUR NEW LINE iC 1 CIIARAIITEC THAT WK CAN FIRMSH YOU A BED LOUNGE WO m Bimnwn I CE OR COMBINATION BKD COUCH for very much le«s money than you can get elsewhere, if you send us your order and money we will send you the lounge or couch by freight, with the understanding that if not found entirely satisfactory when received it can be returned to us at our expense of freight charges both ways and we will return your money. THE BED LOUNGE OR BED COUCH OF BED LOUNGES OB COMBINA- TION COUCHES IS THE VERY LATEST STYLE FOB THIS SEASON. THEY ARE FROM ONE OF THE BEST MAKERS IN THIS COUNTRY .... They are made for us under contract and at our special prices barely cover cost of material and labor with but our one small percentage of profit added. " IK BED LOUNGES OR COUCHES with any of the many cheap lines on the market. Our couches are made witli extra heavy, strong, reinforced and handsomely Mulshed hardwood frames. Only WE ASK THAT YOU DO NOT CLASS :HICH GRADE COIL SPRINGS: IS ONE OF THE MOST VENIENT riECES OF CON- FUR- NITURE you can have In your borne. Closed, it makes a handsome piece of furniture, a beautiful iounge or couch. Open, you have a large roomy, comfort- able, full spring .bed. In small houses or where room is limited and where it is desirable at times to make a bed upin allving room or parlor, this bed lounge or bed couch serves to make the room both a living room and a sleeping room. During the day you have a handsome, comfortable piece of furniture, it lounge or couch. At night you have a large, full width, full spring bed. are used, with extra quality of covering. The factory employs only skilled mechanics and as a result we turn out a line of combination bed lounges and couches at prices below any kind of competition, and such couches as can l e found only in the best retail stores. AT HIIR CDPPIAI PRIPFQ prices that barely (over the A I UUn gftUAL miUCg , COST OF MAT ERIAL AND LABOR, with but our one small percentage of profit added, we deliver these couches, carefully packed and wrapped in burlap, on board cars at the factory In a suburb of Chicago, about twenty miles from the city, from which point you must pay the freight. OUR S7.45 BED LOUNGE. IT " ? IE upholstered In a special high HI jl it» grade of colored velours cloth, r K M F we oft ' er this combination lounge and full m size bed in an entirely new style for J m Z ZH tnls season. It is an extra large lounge. mounted on a heavy handsomely finished hardwood frame, the equal of bed lounges that retail generally at double the price. This lounge Is 72 Inches long by 46 Inches wide when open. Closed It Is 23 inches wide by 73 Inches long. The frame Is extra heavy, made of selected hardwood. We will furnish It in golden oak or imitation mahogany as desired. It has extra quality of woven wiresprings. and the bed is supported by steel coiled springs on both sides and center of bed. making a very soft and comfortable bed. It has a (rood quality of cotton top mattress, good ticking. This couch weighs, crated for shipment, about 150 pounds. It is carried by railroad companies at IH-times first class rate. The freight will average for 500 miles about Sl.i " . For exact freight rate to yonr place see pages 7 to 10. The freight to the point nearest you is almost exactly the same as to your town. No. 1R5133 Price for lounge, upholstered in goodquality Colored velours cloth S7.45 No. 1R5134 Trice for lounge, upholstered In imported French Gobelin tapestry 7.85 No. 1R5135 Price for lounge, upholstered in extra qual- ity of crushed plush 8.45 Leons — Tepper ' s Women ' s Apparel 67 W. Court Sq. 566-2255 385 OUR PARLOR SPECIAL for $ jj.75 Is about one - half THIS CLOCK AS ILLUSTRATED FOR S3.T5 what you would pay your local dealer for the game sized clock. A clock as beautifully ornamented, sold by the clock companies to the retail dealers for S4.25. We have made apurchaseof an Im- mense quantity; the entire clock Is manufactured expressly for us by the renowned Waterbury Clock Company, located at Waterbury, Connecticut, and each and every one of them Is thoroughly guaran- teed In every respect and we warrant them to give entire satisfaction. FROM THIS LARGE ILLUSTRATION «™ ««£• some Idea of the appearance of this handsome parlor special clock, and while tills picture accurately presents ft, YOP MUST SEE AND EXAMINE THE CLOCK TO APPRECIATE THE VALUE WE ARE OFFERING. THE CLOCK IS ORNAMENTED DESCRIPTION OF CASE. THIS CLOCK CASE IS MADE OF WOOD, SS S ETtK. In Imitation of black marble. This clock, wiped with a damp cloth at Intervals, will always keep as new. It is guaranteed not to chip, warp or wear off and always retains i ts appearance of genuine black Italian marble. with four handsome gold plated scrolls. It stands upon beautiful metal feet made to match the balance of the scroll work. The dial of the clock is cne of the very latest productions, being fancy rococo embossed pattern. The numerals are Arabic ones. Height of clock is 12H inches; width of clock, 9% Inches; depth of clock, 4tf Inches. DESCRIPTION OF MOVEMENT. THE MOVEMENT FITTED IN THIS CASE [1 ° : : teed movements, runs eight uays with one winding. It is made of the finest tempered steel and hand wrought brass; it strikes the hour on a cathedral gong and the half hour on a brass bell. You can al- ways know the time without seeing the clock. The hands are very fine hand sawed blue steel of the Fleur de Lis pattern. This clock, boxed ready for shipment, weighs about 1 8 pounds. No. 5R76IS Remember, our price for this beautiful clock Is but . . . NO CHARGES FOR REPAIRS ON WATCHES OR CLOCKS WILL BE ALLOWED UNLESS OUR WRIT- TEN CONSENT IS FIRST SECURED IN ADVANCE. S3.75 The Step Ahead House of Frames 206 E. Elm Street Troy, Alabama 566- 1 666 386 -I . o YOUR FAVORITE COSMETICS CANDIES GIFTS COMPLETE CARD AND NOVELTY SHOP " A COMPLETE DRUG CENTER " FIRST AID SUPPLIES — VITAMINS PHOTO EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES TAPE PLAYERS 4 AND 8 TRACK TAPES PRESCRIPTIONS CITY-WIDE DELIVERY DIAL 566-3 180 1 400 Parlclane Shopping Center 3 Blocks From Campus PRESCRIPTIONS Registered Pharmacist On Duty At All Times BankAmericard • BABY SPECIALTIES • SICK ROOM NEEDS • COMPLETE COSMETIC DELIVERY DEPARTMENT f r Our MAX FACTOR - CODY - CORDAY Customers — FOUNTAIN SERVICE — Have Your Doctor Call Us Your Prescription YOU HAVE FOUND US THANK YOU 566-4740 HE HAS OUR NIGHT NUMBER G. P. GREEN - Owner j BahkAmericaro I 1 11. I ■ " ' ■-- ■■ ! ' ' ! ■ ' ■ ' ■ ' " I ■■■: " " ' ' ' " . GREEN ' S DRUGS 607 N. THREE NOTCH 387 • II of Montgomeryi ; - 1 6 Convenient Locations • Five 24-Hour Bonks Member FDIC Troy Decorating Center COLONIAL BAKING COMPANY The 8-hour loaf We make bread like we ' re making it for our own kids, n I006S. Brundidge 566-3476 HOLIDAY INN U.S. Hwy. 23 1 at Intersection U.S. Hwy. 29 Restaurant 566-1150 Lounge 1085 389 ! Wood Furniture Company M A store devoted to fine things for your home. 11 200 S. Market St. 566-0907 ▼ ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ ▼ 1 STEREOSCOPES .►♦ — ♦ STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS NEVER WERE MORE POPULAR THAN AT THE PRESENT TIME. With the large assortment of views whloh we list, there Is an endless amount of entertainment to be obtained from an outfit of this kind, at a very small expense. We do not list the cheapest line of stereoscopes made, for we cannot conscien- tiously recommend them to our customers. YOU CAN MAKE BIQ MONEY SELLING THESE STEREOSCOPES AND VIEWS. Our 36-cent views readily bring SI.OO per dozen. Our colored views, for which we ask you only 94 cents, will sell easily for $i.50, and our best grade views should never be sold at retail for less than $3.O0 per dozen. Our 24-cent stere- oscopes sell like hot cakes at from 75 cents to SI.OO each. WHALEY LUMBER AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC. Contractors and Builders Lumber, Building Materials and Ready Mix Concrete P.O. Box 465 Telephone 566-4630 Troy, Alabama 3608 1 Troy State University Bookstore Textbooks Gift books Reference Materials Jewelry Camera and Supplies lnsignia Items Custom Stamped Shirts Special Orders Ring Orders Documents In Ralph W.Adams University Center Phone 566-3000 Ext. 250 Gamma Colony of Sigma Chi 708 Folmar St. 5669883 Troy, Ala. President — Joel Williams z PMU mwrt .1 v • " •.: v 600 S. Brundidge St. 391 392 Our big ACME FOREST RESERVOIR WOOD BURNING COOK STOVE, REDUCED TO $15.67. UAUIUft DATTPRIK and molding aaskt to make the liMHHU rHIItnnj Acme Forest stoves in very large quantities, we find ourselves somewhat overstocked, and to dispose of the overstock at once, we are offering this big wood burning cook stove, either with or without reservoir, at about 3 cents per pound, only 815.07 for the big reservoir stove, a price heretofore unknown. From the illustration, engraved by our artist from a photograph, you can get some Idea of the appearance of this handsome, extra large, heavy wood burning cook stove. We furnish it either with reservoir, as Illustrated, or without, as desired, at the following prices: NO.90R1146 Price, No. 8, with reservoir $15.67 No.96R1150 Price, No. 8, without reservoir.. 11.76 These big stoves are made for wood exclusively. They will take wood 27 inches long. The Acme Forest is made from special p tterus; has an extra large firebox, very large oven, giving you an extra heavy, handsome, durable stove. Alio AOIICCnRFCT has a very large oven, large Are uun numc runwi box cut „,,»!„ top, cut long center, lined short centers, heavy covers, tin lined oven door, side top shelf, outside oven door shelf, large nickel plated panels on oven door, nickel name plate on front door. Nickel plated towel rod, nickel knobs and hinge pins. Oven rack is 13V4 inches wide and is 9H inches above the bottom- of the oven. IF YOU LIVE IN A TIMBER COUNTRY l n want a large, substantial, economical stove, a stove that will last for twenty years, one covered by our binding guar- antee, we would recommend our Acme Forest Cook Stove as the greatest value ever offered. To close out an overstock we offer the Acme Forest Wood Burning Cook Stove at the following special prices: PRICE LIST OF ACME FOREST COOK STOVE, WITH PORCELAIN LINED RESERVOIR AS SHOWN. Catalogue Number 9 IR114« 9GR1148 Sire 8-22 Size of Lids No. 8 No. 9 Size of Oven, Inches 20x22x14 20x22x14 Size of Top Including Reserv oir. Ijichos 28x42 28x42 Size of Pipe to Pit Collar, Inches Length of Flro Box, Inches 27 27 Height. Inches 31 H 31 H Weight, Pounds 4fi0 4t ' JI 1 Price • 16.67 15.72 PRICE LIST OF ACME FOREST COOK STOVE, WITHOUT RESERVOIR. Catalogue Number Size Size of Lids Size of Oven, ' nches Size of Top „. , ,., ,, not Including 1 Size of Shelf, Shelf, Inches | Inches Size of Pipe to Kit Collar, Inches Length of Fire Uox, Inches Height, Inches Weight, Pounds Price UHR115U f)6Rl 162 8-22 9-22 No. 8 No. 9 20x22x14 20x22x14 2 " x32 7H.X28 2Sx32 1 7Hx2H 7 7 27 27 31 H 31 H 3G8 368 911.76 11.80 RFMFMRFR that we do not Include the flare of oven door in giving measurements jf oveu, as is customary with stove dealers. Including flare of oven door the size of oven In above stove is 23x22x14 inches. : FOUNDED 1871 105 y th % ft. YEAR m £ THE SOUTH ' S MOST MODERN AND DISTINCTIVE FOOD SERVICE SPECIALISTS CANNED AND FROZEN FOODS FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT PAPER AND DISPOSABLES The Home of MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES " Dedicated To Serving Those Who Serve Food " Jjjjjf Montgomery, Ala. TB T MAIN SOUTHEASTERN OFFICE BRANCH TROY BANK TRUST CO. TROY, ALA 566-1490 YOUR FULL SERVICE BANK SII ' IH mil ninotii tin master charge THE INTERBANK CARD Each depositor Insured to (2O0OO FDI€ M0U41 ei»CHI INJUI4NCI COI ' OlAlPOX 393 Index AhK.il. Elizabeth A — 309 Abcrcrombic. Nino C — 323 Abrams. Florence R — 323 Ackcrman. Robert B — iy. 323 Adait. Richard J — 323 Adair Rub M. — 323 Adams, Alan L — 309.8 " Adams -Aundrca R . — 323 Adams. Charles W — 137.323 Adams. Charlie E . — 151.323 Adams. Cynthia D. — 323 Adams. Donna D. — 323 Adams. Eddie W — 323 Adams. Harold D — 1 16. 323 Adams, lames S — 186. 323 Adams, lohn B — 323 Adams. John D. — 323 Adams. Johnm K — 323 Adams. Pamela. I —143.323 Adams. Sharon A — 366 Adkinx. Caths 1 . — 323 Adkins. Charles G — 323 Aiken. Johnns W —309 Akin. Elizabeth J — 143. 323 Alburl. Voncile H — 323 Mford, Kenneth W —309.46. 120. 100 Allen. DasidM — 309 Allen. Joe B —323 Allen. Larn D — 309 Allen. Saubrcna R . — 323 , Allison. Carl R — 309 Alverson, Patricia A — 323. 120 Anchors. Elizabeth D — 139. 32 Anderson. Bernard — 323 Anderson. Bill J —323. 113 Anderson. Connie L. — 323 Anderson. Debbie K — 323 Anderson. Florence — 323 Anderson. Gladys A — 323 Anderson. Jo K — 131.323 Anderson. Johnnc — 324 Anderson. Marsha A — 324 Anderson. Marv J — 324 Anderson. Patricia A — 309 Andrews. Lomax T — 324 Andrews. Michael A — 324 Annis.Jcfl W — 324 Anthony. David — 324,200 Amies. Carole L — 131. 324. 161. 19 " Amies. Janet K — 131. 324. 102. 128 Aplm. Deborah — 324. 118 Aplin. lohnns E — 324 Aplin. William G —309.241 Arata. Kim E — 324 Archie. Timoths C. — 324 Argenti, Michael J — 135. 149. 324 Aneux. Ferdinand J — 324. 19 ' . 196 Armour. Joyce K. — 324 Armstrong. Bctrs W — 324 Armstrong. Clifford — 149. 324. " 6. 81 Armstrong. Jcannic — 115 Armstrong, Karl S. — 32l Armstrong. Lawion E — 324 Armstrong. Luther W — 149. 309. 9 " Arncttc. Debra S — " " . 94 Arnold. Charles A — 151, 30c; Arnold. Linda — 324 Arrighi. Bills P — 324 Arthur. Michael T — 151. 124 Ash. Charles G — 324. 80 Ashbc. Robert D — 309. 206 Ashles. Bruce E — 151. 324 Atkins. Richard P — 30 " ; Atkinson, Martin E — 145 Ausbon. James H — 324 Ausiin. Debra R — 324 Austin. Michael — 324.83 Auircs. Mark J —324 Ascren. Richard A — 324 Baggett. Rebecca D — 309 rSjpshjsc.JoanC — 324 Baig. Mirz.cG — 103 Bailes . Annette M — 309. 1 20. 1 1 5 Bailey, loscph X ' — 309 Bailes, RosaM —324 Bailes. Shirlon D — 324 Baker. David G — 309 Baker. Dennis L — 309. 104 Baker. Jem T —324 Baker. Jesse W — 124 Bakct.JocG — 309 Baker. Monica I — 324 Baker Paiss — 124 Baker. Sidney E Jr. — 14 7 . 309 Baker Syretha M — 324 Baker. Wanda R - 124 Baltet WillcraF - 124 Baker. William C . — 104 Balds, in. Caths E — 324 Ball. Eric G Jr — 324 Ballard. Elson V - 324 Ballard. Paincia A — 32 1 Bine. Chance) M — 321 Banks Steven E - I3 7 . 124 Barber. Carol K — 109 B.irbcr. Steven E — 324 Barbree. Joseph T — us B,r!iclcl. ' Djnm M — 321 Barf ield. George E — 114 Barker. V Ann — 324 Birkley. Melton B — 14 " . 324 Barlow. Anthonv S — 309 Barnes. Sicven I) - 109, 324 Barneit. Kath C — 324 Barnwell I irol A 124. 102 i I 109. 12 ) Ban Susan 1) I 6.241.9V ' 0. 69 109 Barras Barbai i S 109. no IS.irrc Mini 1 hi im | | i A — 309 Barren « Matron Eric (. — 321 Batron. Roben A — 309 Bartles Paul I It -- 1 18 100 II I W - 324 Basse ' t Ijmes R Basi Is, i i ■ lanu I - 325 Ban In loi lalccl Bauhcloi Man B 131.323 13, ice Mm I - 325. 115 i lavid I. — 145. 325 Baucrsicld. Kenneth — 325. 200 Baugh. Frank G — 325. 9 ' Baulch. George J —325. 121 Baulch.John E —325 Basier. James B — 309 Baxter. Judy R — 309 Baxtet. Nana S — 325 Baser. Kennerh W —325 Basgcnts. Donna J — 325 Bazzell. Kathennc A — 133. 309, 77.90 Beale. Stanley D — 325 Bcals. Geotgc R. — 325. 111 Beam. Cynthia A. —325 Beam. Ellen A — 309 Beam. James D —325 Bean. Pcggx J — 309 Beard. Robin L — 133. 325 Bcasley, Annette — 106 Beasley, Marilyn R — 309 Bcjslcy William T— 325 Bears . Das id G — 325 Bcazley. Phillip B —309 Beck.GroscrR —309.21V, 188 Beckwith. Forrest S. — 325 Bctckwilh, Roslyn P — 309. 325 Bedell. Geoffrey P — 13 " . 118 Bcdingheld. Dasid W — 325 BedsoTc lames R — 8 " Belcher, lohn W. — 151. 325 Belcher. Melvin L — 325 Be-lcse . Stephen I — 325 Bell. Donna M —310 Bell, luanita — 325 Bcncticld. Carol L —325 Benefield. Sheila — 143. 325 Bennett. Flora J — 325. 118 Bennett. Rosalyn — 325. 103 Benton, Connie J — 325 Benton DcboraK— 131, 325. 68. 246. 71,70, 109 Benton. Marsheela L — 325. 1 10 Benton. Ricky J — 325 Berber. Mars J — 325. i Be rn . Clayton — 325 Betts. Kathy R — 133.325 Bcumcr, Parker S — 325 Beville. Dawn M — 310 Biggs. Cheryl A — 133. 232. 325. T7, 229 Bimbo. William 1—325 Birchficld. M Lynn— 143. 310 Bird. Jo B. — 325 Birmingham. Jimmy R — 325 Bishop. Clara M —310 Bishop, lames R — 310 Bishop. Mona R — " 2. 108 Bitting. Richard C —153 Black. Danny R — 145. 325 Black. Rebecca E —310 Blaekmon. Barbara— 139. 325 Blackmon. Kenneth R. — 145. 325 Blair. Billy D — 310. 107 Blair. Gene E — 151.325 Blair Thomas E Jr —325 Blair. William P — 310 Blalock. Peter G —325 Blankenship. Albert — 325. 105. 104 Blocker. William E. — 310 Blombcrg. Howard M — 325 Bloom. Alice C — 325. 120 Blough, Catherine P —310 Blount. Christine — 325 Blount. John P — 525 Blount. Teresa G —310.24 ' " Bolar. Glendora — 325 Bolton, Helen D. — 325 Bonds, Michael T — 310 Bondurant.Jean R — 139, 310 Bonner. Richard A — 153. 325 Booker. Cornelia A. — 325 Boone, Oliver C — 325. 113 Borland. Joseph A —310 Bosrwiik, Mane — 325 Boswell. Dorothy C — 325 Boswell. Sherwin K —325 Bottoms. Deborah K — 139 Bounds. Roland H — 141. 326 Boutwell. Danny R. — 13 7 . 326 ISoutsetll, Leavy L —310 Boutwell. Shitlcy H — 326 Bowdcn. Cecil — 145. 326 Bowden. Rhonda G. — 310, 106. 249 Bowen. Edward W — 310 Bosven. Pes tie P — 326. " 2 Bowen. Sails T — 310 Bowers. Becky — 326 Bosccrs. Kathy S — 139 Bossers. Roger P — 326. 121 Bossies. Rebecca D —310 Boss ling. Karen D —326 Boyd, Delores A — 310 Boyd. Gary G —137 Boyd, lohn D 111 — 326 Boyd. N Janice— 326, 121 Boyd. PamclaE —326, 110 Bosd. Vinston — 310 Bocctt. Alan W —151.310 Boykin. Cathy —310 13. .c kin Janice — 326 Boykin. Theory — 326 Boyles. Stephen W — 186.326 Boy sen. John R —326 Bozeman. fenni L — 326 Bozeman. Kathy M —310 Bozeman. Sheila A —326.91 Bozonc ornclia A —310 Brabham William O — 326 Bruescell Roben G —149.326 Brjcesecll Thomas F — 326 Bf.ickin lljrr, S — W Brackin. Tydle R. — 326 13,,,,, |ohn XX 1 -326 Bradli | lames I. —326 Bradsher. Debra J —310 Bradsher. lames V - 31H Bung. Ralph M — 326 Branch. Lisa R —326. 102. ' ' 0 Brannon. Cathy S — 310 Btannon. Chatlcs S — 13 ' . 326 Brannon, Dcwtv A — 326 Btannon. Mary J — 131 Branson. Ia is D — 310 Brantley, ( jtherine — 326 Brasher James I. Ill — 326 Brjssner. t:.irolvn S — .326 ISric Annie V Bicveci Donald R — 326 Bright, Eddie 11 — 326 Bnii. letrv L — 310 Brut. Kathy C — 326 Bntton. Milton T — 326 Broadwater. Rebecca — 326. 107 Brock. Lena R —310 Brock, Rebecca L — 326. 118 Brook. James A — 326. 129 Brookhart. Warren J — 141. 310 Brookrns. Charles W —310 Brooks. Bruce W. — 186. 310 Brooks. Deborah A — 326 Brooks, Eric J —326 Brooks, James L —310 Brooks, Jane— 131.326 Brooks. Mamn D. — 310. 205 Brooks. Nancy A. — 1 39 Brooks. Russell O — 310 Brooks. Wanda L — 326 Brookshire. Karen C — 102 Brown, Aaron F — 310 Brown, Angela G. — 310 Brown. Charmaine — 326 Brown. Donna K —310 Brown. Edna M — 326 Brown. Elizabeth L — 326 Brown, Evelyn — 326 Brown, James A — 310 Brown, James D — 326 Brown. Jcanctic — 310 Brown, Lilliam J — 326 Brown, Mary I — 326 Brown. Murphy — 190. 326 Brown, Nathaniel — 190. 326 Brown. Nora W. — 326 Brown, Patti L — 326 Brown, Pnsolla A —326 Brown. Randall G. — 326 Brown. Sue L — 326 Brown. Teresa A. — 326 Brown. Teresa L — 326 Brown, Terry M — 326 Brown. Vanessa — 326 Brown. Vickie L — 110 Brown. William P — 326 Browning. Charles D — 326 Brosxning. Ronald E — 326 Bruce. Barbara E. — 32 " Bruce. Deborah L. — 218. 32 ' . 2P Bruce. James A. — 151.327. 165 Bnjncr. Daucie L — 32 -1 . 120 Brustet. Bonnie S — 32 7 Bryan, Connie J —139,327.128 Bryan. Diane — 32 1 Bryan. Tommy E — 32 ' ' Bream. Ralph E. — 327 Brzuska. Donna W — 310 Buchanon. Stanley — 32 7 Buckley. Delta J. — 327 Buckley. Susan C — 32 " Budden. Russell F — 32 7 Buff. Cynthia R — 310 Bullard. Robert H — 327 Bullock, Ted A — 327. 196 Burdeshaw, Amy F — 327 Burge. Beverly A — 131.327 Burke Elizabeth R — 32 " Butkett. William J — 151.32 7 Burkhalter, Kenneth — 310 Burnett. Emmett R — 310 Burnett. Georgia L. — 32 7 , 3 Butnham. Arden E — 120. 32 7 Burns. Gail L — 327 Burr. Timothy M — 327 Burroughs. Claudia R. — 327. 217 Burt. Fredenck C — 32 7 Burt. Pamela A — 139 Burton. Steve A — 327 Busbce. Benton L — 212. 214. 327, 129 Bush. Martha J. —327 Busses. Elizabeth I — 139. 327. 241 Bussman. Paul D — 190. 32 " Butlct. Amy J — 133 Butler. Charles WJr — W Butler. Manha P — 327 Butler, Susan F — 1 33, 327. 77. 90 Butler, William M. — 137, 328 Butts. Dorothy A. — 328, 72 Butts. Tim S. — 310 Buxton, Duelon R — 310 Bvrd. David E — 328 Bs rd. Earl B — 328 By rd, Gary E — 328. 103 Byrd, Timothy L. — 328 Byrd. William B —310.328.113 Cadwell. Ralph W. — 328 Cain. Betty S — 328 Cain. Cheryl A — 328 din. Nancy A — 143.310 Caldwell. John A. — 310 Caldwell. Keith H. — 328, 113 Caldwell. Resbin M — 328, 248 Calhoun. Barbara E — 139, 328 Calhoun. Harold W — 328 Calhoun, Kenneth M. — 328 Calhoun. Patricia A. — 328 Calloway. Laura A — 143. 310 Camp. Carmen L. — 328 Campbell. Deborah K. — 328 Campbell. Dennis R. — 310. 80 Campbell. James E — 328 Campbell. Joseph W —328 Campbell. Kenneth E — 1 3 " . 328 Campbell. Kenneth R — 310 Campbell. Laurence W. — 310 Campbell. Moncttc — 143. 328 Campbell. Rebecca F — 328 Campbell. Roddy B. — 328 Campbell. Susan E. — 328 i ..niphell, Wesley Jr —206 1 andileri. Steven I. — 328 Canfield, John C — 145. 328. 1:2 Canfield. Michael E — 145. 328 :u " u (apell. lain L — 310.95 jpps.JackC Jr —328 Capps. Joseph R — 328 ( .ipr s Kenneth F. — 328 t ippc. Mildred C — 328. B 7 I .iMssji loeeph W — s:k 1 irlill lVbra J. — 328 Carlile. Pamela K — 328 • irmii fuel. Debbie E. — 328 t armichael, loe G — 3. ' s SI 1 armichael, Mike— 197, 196 I arnes. Rickes I. —328 t .iinles. David L — 328 (. arpemcr. David L. — 147. 328 Carpenter. Jennifer — 328 Carpentet. Jim E. — S 7 Carpenter. Rira H — 106 Can, Catherine — 328 Can. Ellis R. — 328 Can, Joseph E. — 329 Carroll. Carolyn B — 143. 212. 215. 329 Carroll. David A. — 135. 329. 107 Carroll, Gordon B. — 329 Carson, Richard.) — 310 Carter, Amelia D. — 329 Cancr, Dennis D — 14 7 . 329 Caner, Donnie L. — 329 Carter. Janet L. — 329 Canet.John B — 1 3 " . |o Caner, Paul C — 149. 329 Casey. Otis T. — 311 Casey, Racile — 311. 118 Cashwell. Hurben C — 149. 329. 80 Cason. Michael D — 329, 9 " Cason. Thomas R — 329 Cassibry, Roben K. — 135. 329. 80 Castlebcrry. Chris M — 1 39, 329 Castleberry, Rack A — 13 7 Catalano. Marilee — 218. 329 Cauley. Roger L — 329 Cauthen. Cindy — 329 Caylor. Annette —311 Cephas. Gwendolyn — 311 Chambets. Michael E — 329 Chambliss. Russell L. — 329 Champion. Leila N —311.87 Chancellor. Merlin.l — 329 Chapman. Richard A. — 529 Chappell. DeborahJ — 212, 214. 329 Chappell. Fawn C —311 Chappell. Jessie M —329 Chatlow. Rene L — 329 Charlton. Laura A — 139. 329 Chatham, Linda K — 3 1 1 Childers. Ramona L. — 329 Childers. Sidney W —311 Christen. Ivory J, — 329 Chnstian. Richard F — 329 Chnstian. Ricky H — 329 Chnstmas. Robin K — 329. 102 Clapper, Jonathan G — 14 7 , 329 Clark. Debbie S — " 3. 329 Clark. Debra A — 147 Clark. John H — 329 Clark. Joseph G —329 Clark. Monry H — 311 Clark. Richard J —329. 87 Clark. Sandra L. — 329 Clark, Terry D. — 329. 200. 83 Clemente. Arlene J, — 311. 1 15 Clements. Phyllis M — 32 9 Clemmons. Mary N — 311 demons. M Todd — 311. 197. 196 Clenncy. Dawn M. — 143.311.246. IP Clenney. Ralph — 145. 329 Clibrey. Rosemary — 3 1 1 . 108 Clower. George E. — 329 Clower. Jim — 329 Coady. George T — 329. 19 7 . 196 Cobb. Charles D — 311 Cobb. Tammy K. — 329 Coburn, James R. — 329 Cochran. William A. — 329 Coker. James F — 329 Coldwater. Clcve A — 329. 206 Cole. KathetineJ — 329 Cole. Richard M — 329. 121 Cole. Wanda J —329 Coley. AceB.Jr — 147 Coley. Sandra L — 329 Colley. Helen H — 139. 329. 159. 236 Collier. Charlie D — 329 Collier. George C — 145. 129 Collier. Mary — 311 Collins, Charles E — 151, 329 Collins, Cynthia A. — 329 Collins, David K. — 311 Collins. Gerald W. — 329 Collins, Robyn A — 329 Collins. Wilfred J. — 329. 113. 76 Colvard, David W, — 329 Colvin. Stephen D. — 329 Combest, Henry E — 141 Combs. E Wayne — 329 Comer. Heathet C — 530 Connell. AlcoJ — 3 30 Connell. Julie H — 330 Conner. E Rebecca — 330 Conner. James E. — 330. 1 14 Conner. Michael J — 135. 330 Connor. Kevin M. — 135 Conrad. Agatha M. — 133. 3.30. 77, 8 7 Conrad. David D — 1.37, 330 Conrad, David J. —330 Cook.Cathleen M. — 311. 121 Cook. Thomas T — 311. 76, 247. 121 Cook. Tina M — 94 Coomcr. Jeffrey D — 330 Cooper. Carl D — 330 Cooper, Cynthia 1. — 330 Cooper. Fred M — 311 Cooper. Greg D — 330 Cooper, lo A — 133, 330. 7 7 Cooper. Lucille B. — 330 Cooper. Margaret E. — 330. 1 20 Cooper. Michael V — 3 3u Cooper. Thomas M — 145. 330 Cope. Philip N — 141. 330,46 Copeland.John R — 311 Coppedge. Ann M — 330 Coppock. Diana E — 330 Corbitt. Cathi I. — 311 Corbitt. Deborah F — 3 30 Corbitt. William R — 3 30 Cotdell. Elizabeth L — 3 " Cotdell.John R — 3 30 Ccrkins. Felicia— 311 crkins. Yvette— 330 Corliss. Jon W — 330. 206 orlicc. Reginald H — 3 30 Cormack. Charles M — 3 30 Cornell. Stanton C. — 311 Coskrcs. James I Ir — sen Cosnn. Margaret R. — 330 Cotton. Auclrcv M — 3 30 Cotton. John P — 311 Cotton. Michael L — 3 30 Coulter. Lynda D — 133. 330 Courson. Karen ( Courson. Louie D — 311 Couture. Dany C — 205. 3 30 394 Co ington. Isshn A — i 50 Cowen. Brenda — Ml Cox. Donna K —311 Craft Loma M — $30 Crases William B — $30 Crawl ord. Alben L — 141. 190. «0 Cnwfont Ginger L — 1 59. J30 Crawford. Rebecca R — 130 Craw ley. Jack D — 3.10 Crcan. Daniel I — 8 Osrar. Oscar — 350 Creech. Gregon W — 530 Creek. . Ion M — 550 Crenshaw, lames L — $30 Crrswell. Barbara G — $30. 1 16. 94 Crew. Deborah L — " 6. Hi. 211.255 30 Cnne. Richard M — $30 Cnrtenden. Ros E Jr — 311 Croft. Bam L — 31 1 Croft. MelbaS — ill Crook. Deborah F — 31 1 Crook. Harold R — ill Croslin. Kenneth E. — 311 Croslin. Tern L — 311. 101 Crosskes Don. I — $30 Crowe. Luther I— 186. 330 Gov. Donald C — 14 " . )30 Crum. Irma.l — 311 Crum. Linda J — ill Crumplcr. Bridget — J30. 113.115 Cnitchticld. Chenl — 150 Crutshticld. Paul D — vH). 104 Culliter. leannine B — Culp. Russell D — 530 Culpepper. Esa I — 130 Culpepper. Susan E — 1 ». 330 Cumbee. Carroll F — 80 Cumbie. Richard M — 330 Cumua-e. Timoth K — 14V iso. s si . 240 Cunningham. Melinda — 311. -49 Curn.Garel D — 1 3 " $11.70 Cum. Vivian S — 311 Curtis. Robert T — 311 Cursm. Tim F — Cutchcn. Glenda A — 331 Cutis. Rhondi F. — 33! Dacus. DonsG —331 Dagostin. William — Is " . 331 Dahn. Donald R — 13 " . $31 Dailes. lames L Ir — HI. 311.9 " Dailes. Man F — 143 Dailes . Sandra — 331 Dailes. Tern A — Dalbes . Archie D. — 331. 9 " . 99 Dais. John L — 13 " . $31 DjuieL Conmc — 95 Daniel. Connie S- — HI Daniel. Das id K — I J " . 231 Daniel. George E — - ; . Daniel. Rebecca A— 311 Darnell. Gus C — 5M Daniels. Harold I —331. 10s Daniels. Ronald R — 186. 331 Daniels. Sandra B — - ; Dantzer. Michael C —331 Darnell. Robs R. — 13 " Dasinger. Melissa G — 331 David. Regenia S —331 Davidson. Susan R — 133. 233. 31 1. 229 Dasis. Barbara— 139. 331 Davis. Barbara 1 — 1 19. M 1 Dasis. Das id W —311 Davis. Debbie S — 331 Davis. Dons I — 133 Dasis. Edna S — 131 Davis. F Carlotta — 531 Das, s George D — 531 Dasis. lei fen W —331 Dasis. loe A — 511 Dasis lohn A Ir —311 Das... lohn W —331 Dasis. Laurie L — Ml Davis. Pamela I — 311. " " . 102. 120. 248. 109. 11 " Davis. Ramona A — 131.331 Dasis. Rhonda K — sil Dasis. Robert L — 153. 190.311 Das,,. sharonC — 331 Dasis. Susan K — 531 Das is. Walter H —141. 10 " Das is. Wanda— 1 i9. 131 Dasis. William A — iil Das, s. William E — iil Dasis. William R — 145 Daw kins. Clarence I — iil Dawson. Riles H —iil Da» son. Wends I — ill. 108 Das. Michael S — iil. 80.9 " Das Nancs C — 131. iil Deal. Kenneth H — 151. iil Dean. AIkcK — iil Dean, let! L — 311 Dean. William D — iil Deason. Brenda E — i - 1 Debardeleben. Grids — 331 Dees. Leslie B — $31 Dees. Richard G —15 " . 19 " . 196 Deese. Albcn I — 331 Deese. Annie P — 311 Delones. Rheba R — ill Delph. Preston 1 Ir — iil Dcmbitsks.Tansa A — 331 Dement. Connie D — 331. 120 Detnous. Augustine F — iil Dcnham. Steven A — " 6 Denton. NiraG — 331, 10 " Dem bern . Michael — lis 531 Desmond, lulie B — 143 De-tito lohn R — 1 i " . iil. " 0. 8 " . 100 De». DanC — 3il Dickens Charles W — 1.32 Dickenson. Victor H — 332. 114 Dukes. Bills L — is: Dickinson. Chnsiophc — 332 Dillard. lohn L— 311. 332 Dillon. Allen D — 311. 120 Dillon. Roben E Ir — 14V ii2 Di . Ostasia — ill Dixon. Bills — 532 Dixon. Donald C — 332 Dixon. James E — 311,94 Dison. Sieve L — 15; Dixon William F —186. 312 Dobbins. William Ir —311 Dodd Rhonda L — .132 Dodwcll. Michael S — 51 Doglione.John D — 141. 312 Dole. Carl E —ill Domino. Sharon L — 109. II " . ill. 106. 2a: " ' Domino. Michael T — 132 Dorosv. Richard H — ill Dotson. Susan E —111.46.115 Doughem. David A — 206 Douglas. Dana M — n: Douglass. Mitch — 19 " . 196 Dosxlmg. Rcbeca A — 3 32 Downing. Danns M — 3 2 Downing. Margie — 352 Downs. Sianles 1 Ir — 190 Doyle. Clare A Ir— 332. " 6 Dos le. Michael I Ir —141.332 Driggars. Charles R — 141. 332 Dnnkard. Donald D — 1.12. " 0 Dnssol. Bruie E — 5.; Dubose. Alberta S — 332. 46. " 9 Dubose. Risks L — 1 is Duke. Luther L III — SO Duke. Ton, A — 352 Dulanes . Wanda D — 3 3: Dunawas. Donald R — 332 Dunn. Caths G — 332 Dunn. Gordon S — 512. 1 16 Dunn. Sandra E — 33; Dunn. Thomas A — 5 5; Dunne. Elizabeth A . — 512 Dsess. Lance K — 312. - Dssert Deborah J — 245. 552.91. 106 Eady. Rebecca A — 312. 242. 109. 1 1 " Earls. Stan — 312 East. Edwin B Jr —312 Eastman. James N — 194. 332. " 6. 200 Eckermann. Bam S — 332 Eddins. William H — 152 Edgar. James S — 3 32 Edgar. Nancs W — 3 32 Edo-Osagie. Osaneme — 132 Edwards. Charles S — ,3; Edwards. Donald C. — 532 Edw ards. George E. — 532 Edwards. Laura B — 112. 118 Edwards. Ronald W —333 Egbert. Daniel C — 3 1 ; Eggerton. Hugh R. |r — 141 Eiland. leanne R — 355 Eiland. Linda D —555 Eiland. Patss —312 Elledge. Donald G — 33 3 Elledge. James 1 — 312. 121 Ellion. Frances M — 312 Elliott. Naomi E. — 131 Ellis. Beverls A —333 Ellis. Craig K —188.8.131.52 Ellis, lanice L —312 Ellis. ' Rachel E. — 312. " 2. 108 Ellison. Julia M —133. 335 Ellisor. Thomas S — 153 Elmore. Margaret S. — 333 Elmore. Tern T. — 533 Elsbern. William D — 555, w " . 196 Elton. Kim L — 333 Emfinger. Charles M — - - 5 Ennnger. Davida D — 333 Enfmger. Kim D — 3 3 . " 2 England. Charles A — 135.312 English. Kenneth E — 312 English. Patricia A — " .95 English. Patss I —312 Enslen. Deborah T — 55 3 Ensles . Oths S — 1 39. 5 s j Ensles. Deborah L — 55 5 Epps. Janice — 333 Esps.Capps K — 333 Esps. Frank R — 151. 333. 129 Esps. lames R — 11 " . 112 Estes. BelvaR —212.213.333 Estes. Deborah iV — 312 E tCs Molls A — 555 Estes. Patricia— 13.3. 5ii Ethcndge. Donna — 151 $.3j Ethendge. Lisa B .— HI. 335.236 Ethendge. Shirles — Hi Eubjnks. Debra I — 312. 116 Eubanks. Frances! — iii Escragc. Anthons C — 5 53 Eserage.Cahsta — 135 Ewmg. Scoit E — iii Eaell. locelsn V —113 Ezell. Ronns E. — 333 Fabel. DeboraJ — 139.24 5 Faircloth. Glenda K — 512 Faircloth. Jackie B —333 Faires. James E — 555 Fallin. James L. — 133 Fannin. Bethany A — 335 Fannin. Janice C. — 143. 335 Fannin. Nathan A — 555 Fannin. William L — iii Farles. Debbie L — 555 Farranio. Charlene A — 112 Farrar. Roben W — 3.5 3 Farns. Frances G — 312 Farns. Randall L —312 Faulk. Carlton W — ill Faulk. lanetC — 114 Faulk. ' MichelleS. — 354 Faulkner. Manha A — 3 54 Faulkner. Melissa N — 1.34 Favor. Garn A — 3 34 Fasard. Vicks A. — 312 Favard. Wavne M. — 312 Featherstone. James — 141. 3 34 Fedennko.John E — 534 Federovich. Peter N — 112 Feibclman. DavidL ' — H " Felix. David A — 14V 190. 334. 188 Fell. Ms ra E — .3 34 Felter. luanita S — 10 " Felton. David — 554. S3 Ferguson. Ts rone — 334 Ftrnald. Bruce A — 153. 534. 68. 184.108.40.206 Fernandez. Ellis T — 314 Fetter. Cmds E. — 139. 3 34. 128 Ficquette. David M — 3 54 Fielder. Glen D — 145. 534 Fielding. H Russell— 335 Fields. Elois M — 3.34. 94 Findlev. Barbara S — 139. 3 34 Findlev. Michael L — 312. 97 Finlas. lenns I —312 Finlaywn Rita L — 354 Finnes. Marilyn L — 134 Fischer. Don H — 534 Fletcher. Das id E . — 1ST,. 3 34 Flowers. Bills W — 334 Flowers. Elizabeth — 334 Flowers. Ls nda G — 5 15 Flowers. Man A — 313 Flowers. Sheree D — 2 19. 3 5 1 Flowers, Terrell D — 314 Floyd. Betn H — 334 Floyd lellerson B — 313 Floyd, loseph L — 13 " . 114 Floyd. Maria K — 334 Floyd. Michel H — 134 Floyd. Ras W — 31 3 Flovd. Roben T — 154 Floyd. Sally D -511 Folmar. Roy W — 154 Folsom. James D. — 134. 16. 1 14 Folsom. Michael — ill " f,. 24 " . " s Folsom. Rita B — 335. " " Ford. Amos A — 515 Fore. Ida R — 135 Foreman. Angclia M — US Fortune. Eugene C. — 200 Foster. Donald I — 535 roster. Randall E — ISi. Hi Foster, Rebcaa W — i 3S Fountain. Lisa R — 355 FoweeDav. Deborah I — us Fowler. Evelyn P —515 Fowler. Luson — 149. 115.80 Fox. Mary J — 10 " . 246 Fraley. Daniel H —555 Franklin. Donsnne — 535 Franklin. Ralph R — 5,s Franklin. Sandra D — 5is Franklin. Sidney R — 3 5V. KM Frederick. Scott A — 333. Frednck. Samuel R — 312 Freeman. Donald M. — 31 1. 46. 1 - Freeman. L01, — $35 Freeman. Man M — 513 Freeman. William V. — 145. lis French. Christine P —313 French. Debbie — 236 French. James E — 313 Frost. Lsdia ] — 35S Fner. Cornelia E — 355 Fner. Louie F. — 355 Fuller. Carl L — 5.15 Fuller. Donna K — 555 Fuller. Ronnie — 515 Fuller. Susan H — lis Fuller. Talesa B — 5 5S Fuller. Thomas C — 535 Fulmer. Bruce E — 335 Fulton. Karen S — 335 Furlow. Henn L — 313. 19 " . 196 Furr. AlanC — 153. 535 Furr. Ronald W — 335 Gaftord.Shelbs L — lis Gaither. William I — ISO. ill Gairwood. Michael A — 513. 81 Gahmore. Man P — 115 Galloway. Gilda W — ill Galloway. Kenns L, — 55s Ganrt. Dwight H —313 Gardner. Carol E — 355. 120 Gardner. Fleta E — 335. 1 10 Gardner. Rommv — 1.1 " Gardner. Thomas B, — lis Garrawav. lames A. Jr — 135. 515 Garrett. Billy W — 313 Garrett, lune D — 355 Garrett. William R — 194. 555 Garnck. Ralph D — 535 Gan, Cindy Gale — 139. 335. 102 Gaston. Janet L — 355 Gates. Cynthia L . — 3H Gaultnev. laneth S — 333. 1 18 Gasen. Louis H — 5 53 Gas. David L — 313 Gas. Kim — 355 Gas, Tern T —8 " . H5 Gas hart. Knstie L — 5is Gholston. Bennie W — 335 Gibbs. Angels n— 5 5s Gibbs. Frances D — 120 Gibbs. Wanda G . — 3ss Gibbs. William J Jr — 31.1 Gibson. David T. — 137. 313 Gibson. Helen D — 355 Gibson, lams F — 555 Gibson. Mark A —555 Gibson. Wanda G. — 155 Gilbert. Diane M — H5 Gilbert. Sheila F — 116.91 Giles. Shen Anne — 356 Giles. Ten L — 116 Giles. Warren A — 536 Gill. BunmeS —356 Gill. Msra D — HI. lit, Gillespie. Mark A — lis, iii, Gilliland. Pamela D —3 36 Gilmore. Andrew G — 113.76 Gilmore. Harn L — 113 Glenn. Cameron R — 316 Glenn. lenmfer — .136. 1 15 Glenn. Michael D — 3 36 Ghsson. Levon M . — 536 Ghsson. Virginia R — 3 36 Glover. rJobbs S — 1.16 Glover. Gwendolyn 1 — 336 Glover. Lela S — lie, Goad. Jonathan I — 516. 114 Godwm. ArneS Ir — ill Godwin. Cynthia D — 116 Godwin. Debra I — 141. 116 Godwin. Gay la S —.116 Godwin. Menu L — 3 56. 118 Godwin. Ralph L Jr — 3 36 Godwin. Willie M — 336 Goings. Glynn L— 1.3 " . 556 Golden, lame., E — 3 56 Golden. Richard H . — 3 50 Golson.JackP —336 Goodner. Barbara 1—3 36 Goolsbs. Nina— ' .313. 120 Goosbv. Grcgon D — 336. 80 Gssras . Sherri L — 356 Grable. Brenda G. — 139. 336 Grace. Barbara I — 356 Graham. Alan W —513 Graham. Bills S —313.: is Graham. Karen V — 336 Graham. Lee E — 336 Graham, Margaret E. — I 39 Graham. Phs His D — 5 5o Graham. Ricks A — 3 50 Graham. Steven M — 1 35. 516 Granbern. Angela M — 136 Granbern. Karla H — 336 Grant. Carldon W — 336 Grant. Constansc D — iKi Grant. Kaths A — 136 Gram Manha I — 316 Grant. Man A — 1 36 Grant. Mary R — 111 Grant. Paul W —113 Grant. Sharron — ill Grant, Vincent I. — 156 Grantham. Deborah K — .116 Grantham. Linda E — 556 Graves. A Brent — 141. 156 Gray. Debbie M — 156 Gray. Robin L — 3 36 Green. Charlotte V. — H " Green. Gary I — H " . 19 " . 196 Green. Jerry F — 11 " Green, Laura A — 1,3 " Green. Nina B — HI Green. RitaS — 139. 33 " . 159 Greene David L — 31 " Greenhill. Henry E . — 11 " . 1:1 Greer. Betn M —313. 106. 120 Greer .Charles B —111 Grcgon . Linda D — 5.1 " Gnrgon. Rachel A — is " Gregon. William E — 35 " Gnce. Alma L — 3i6 Grier. Frank O —14 " . 116 Griffin. Betty F — ill Gnf fin. Beverly H — 515 Gnftin. Cecil A — 11 5 Gnf fin. lackson W — 116 Griffin. laneK — 330 Susan M — 95 Griffith. Kennerh M — 130 Gnggers. Anhur U — 316 Gnggers. William D — 14 " . iio Gnggs. lames R, — 1 i " . 33 " Gnggs. Oscar D — 33 " Gnggs. Pern W — 186. 113 Gnmes. Bobbie 1—33 " Gnmes. DasidS —31 3. 122 Grimes. Howard L — 3i " Grimes, Keith W — ill Gnmes. SallvC — in Gnmes. Susan D — I 53. 337, 77 Gnsby. Rickey V — il " Gnssette. Don E — 14 " . ill Gnssettc. lanice M — 111 Gnswold. ' .Mar.ia F — 1 1 " Gnswold. Peggy — 131. 337 Grace, lern L — 1 1 " . H " Grace. Thomas E — l»r Groom. Sharon E — 3.1 " Groover. Diane G — 33 " Grubbs. Gracic A — H " Guess. Cooper R —313 Guess. Regina Y. — 33 1 Gulledge. MarciaJ — 3 3- Gunter. Enc M — 33 " Gutschlag. Leila C — 315 Gunvald. Lee A. — 33 " Guy. Patrisia— 131. H " Haher. Carol I — 31 " Hagler. Ann E — 3 5 " Hagler. Cende S — 3i " Hagler. Don W — 151, 33 " Hagler. Donald O — 515 Haire. Randall E. — 151.515 Haisten. Cindy — 1.39.33 " Haisten. Henn H — 145. 514 Halacker. Mason H — IS 1 . 80 Hale. Linda— 11 " . 94 Hall. AdcnaC — 1H Hall. Andrew | — 141. 537. 129 Hall. Bruce A — 11 .99 Hall David 1. — 5 i " Hall. Debra G .— 115 Hall, lohn W — Hi Hall.Kathy D — 13 " .«X).76 Hall. Lottie N — 537. no Hall. Michael H — 3 3 " Hall. Patricia — 33 " Hall. Ramona — 51.3 Hallidas. Patrick A.— 153. 190, 5H Ham. James F Ir — 537 Hamilton. Bills " — 53- Hamm. Wanda F — 55 " Hammond. Anitra A — 337. 8.1 Hammond. Harn L — 537 Hammond. Timothy P — 111 Hamnck. lonne I — 133.3.37 Hanches. Fredds L — 5 5- Hanna. lamelle D — .1.1 " Hanna. Tern — 1.15. 514 Hannah. Ronnie S — 186. 114. 188 Hanners. Charles E — 151, 314.5) " Hanson. Hunter K — 33 1 Hapgood. lohn C — 5.1 " 7 Harbuck. Allen W — 114 Harbuck. leffrey I — 1.1 " . $37 Harbusk. Jennifer— 131. $37 Harbuck. Patncia C —314 Harden. Man L — 15 " Harden. William E— .5 5 " Hardman, Gan E — 514 Hardman. Susan H — 11 " Hardwick. BetneG — 114 Hards. Colinc 1 —314.77 Hards. Nanci A — ii " Hardy. Susan A. — 33 7 Hargrove. Anthony D — 143. 13 " Harles.CassandnaT —358 Harlow lohn W — 104 Harmon ' Denise A — 558. 118 Harmon. Virginia A — 118 Harp. Willie 1 — 3 38 Harper. Joseph F III — 358 Harrell. Sharon E — 3 3,s Harrell. Shirley D — 114 Harrelson.Jacquelyn — 143. lis Hams. Archie L — $38 Harris. George W — 314 Hams. Johnny M — 3.18. 1 14 Harris. Lemuel R — .118. 200 Harris. Patricia A —.314. 110 Hams. Pamcia R — lis Harris. Rebecca L — 318 Hams. Russ E — 558 Harris. Steven D — 118. 200 Hams. Susan S — 151. 5.18. 77 Hams. Terry N — 558 Harris. Yvette R — 558 Harrison. Andrew- M — 558 Harrison, luliej —514 Harnson. Miriam F — 151. 558 Harnson. Rebecca K — 558 Harnson. Roy W. — 338 395 Harrison. Teresa L. — 338 Hart. Danny A. — 314. 121.87 Hjrt. Lori K — 338. 120 Han. Patti S. — 338 Hart. Peggy L . — 338 Hart. Virginia A — 314 Hartley. Debbie S — Ml Hartley. Sondra D. — 338 Hartley. Timothy N — 338 Hartley. William — 145. 338 Hartman. Steven G. — 338 Hanzog. Gregory W. — 338. 1 14 Hanzog. Michael T — 3 58 Harvin. Graham T — 338 Haster. Michael R —338 Hathaway. Barbara A — 338, 1 10 Hathcock. Beverly A — 339. I0 " 1 Hathcock. Manha A — 339 Haught. Herbie H — 539 Havens. Linda J. — 314 Hawkins. Susan — 133 Haws. Gerald K. — 339 Havden. Marcia K. — 339 Havdt. Ftederiek H. — 339 Hayes Alicia 1 — 131.314. 10 ' Haves. Dorothy M — 339.236 Haves. Laura L. — 339 Hayes. Leslie R. — 133. 339 Haves. Linda M. — 339. 32 Hayes. Phillip— 339 Haves. William R — 339 Head. Becky A — 339 Head. Carl E.Jr — 314 Head. Kathleen H. — 314 Head. Thomas W — .311 Heartsill. James A — 3 39 Heath. Mary O. — 339 Hedstrom. Thomas G. — 314 Hcglct. Sherri L. — 1 13 Hems. Peter C — 339 Heiss. Marilyn K — 339 Helms. Randy C — 339 HelmN. Rhonda |. — 339. 8 Helms. Victor A ' —339 Helms. Vince D — 339 Helton. William K — 339 Hemphill. Donna L — 143. 233. 339. 228 Henderson. Anthony — 339 Henderson. CharlaJ. — 218. 339 Henderson. Deborah E. — 3.39 Henderson. Dcbra A — 339 Henderson. Dcbra Sue — 113 Henderson. Dewey M — 8 ' . 339 Henderson. Dorothy L. — 339 Henderson. Judith C. — 339 Henderson. Leslie C — 339 Henderson. Paul B — 314 Henderson. Walter J. — 83 Hcndrickson. Timoth — 76, 113. 1 14. 79. 46. 339 Hcndrix. Thomas M — 141. 339 Heningcr. Michael C — 339 Heningcr. Terry L — SI 1 Henley. William L. — 249. 339 Henry. Kathy I —lis. ISO. 77 Hcnson. Kirkeby — 200. 3 39 Hcnson. Philip G— 314. 119 Hepburn. Victoria L. — 3.39 Herald. Michael J — I 37. 190. 314 Hcrbst. Parti K. — 102, 339 Herndon. Sherri A. — 139. 339 Herring. Cheryl A— 339 Hertzog. Don K —339 Hickerson. Vicky L— 131. 314.68. 70,69 Hicks Lavoria E —339 Hicks. Thomas E — 314.98 Higdon. Rebecca V — 314 Hightower. ludvth I. — 339 Hildruh. lohn A — 31! Hill. Brenda I — 339 Hill. Icnnifer A. — 339 Hill. Linda C —218. 339 Hill shannon A — 339 Hillig. Ken S . — 339 Hincr. CIcoR —339 Hincs. Rosic A — 314. 110 Hinson. Jcffcrv C — 340 Hobdy. Stella P — 340. 116 Hoff. Nancy R. — 340 Hoffman. Elaine D. — 340 Hogan. David L — 340 Holdcrfield. Cynthia— 340 Holladay, Catherine— 340 Holland. Derone— 340 Holland. Reba L — 340 Holland. Shirley R. — 314 Hollcn. Terry R, — 340 Hollcy, Rhonda Y. — 340 Hollcy, Rom M — 314 Holliday. [ackie R — 340. 8 ' Hi. lhs t arl I. — 190. 340. 188 Hi. Ills U-sij J — sin 82 Holloway. James T — 310 Holloway. Robert W — 3 40 Holloway. Terry W . — 340 Holman. Donald W — 340 Holmes. Charles S — is " 340 Holmes. inthia R — si 1 Holmes. Edward L. — 340 Holmes. Marrha R. — 228. 133. 232. 340. 139 Holt, lana L. — 340. 110 Holt. Richard D —340 Holt.Steven 1. — i .1 340.76.52 Honcvcutt. John R — 340 Hood. Terrica C — 340, 110 Hooks. |ohn E. — 340 Hoover, Claude V. — 314 Hopkins. lohn E — 310 Hopper. Deborah M — 31 1 Horn, Donna B — 340 Horn. Norma S — 311 Horn. Peggy B — 314 Horn. William J —1.37. .340 Horn Dennis A — 151 S40 Home, lames K I iv 10 Home. Thomas 13 — 340 Hornsby. David K 340 Hornsby, Lynn - -1.31, 340. ' 7 Horrell. Mark A — 141. 31 1 Horton. Leona W I i Houlton. Roy H - 1 15 140 10 ' 18a !00 Houston. Carol] n I 340 Houston. Deborah I -- i t.3 10 Hoiisti m.Gi ' ii Houston lohn fl II .■ • l;ri. I 140 Howard. PI I 340 1 Robi rt D— I n. 3io Howard Valerie A — 143 Howell. Henry B - 104 Howtll. Iimrm F — 314 Howell. Joseph G. — 340 Howell, Juanita S — 314 Howell. Mark B — 153. 340 Howton. David F. — 340 Hoyle. Belinda F. — 340 Hudman, Rodney L. — 147. 314 Hudson. Iodic R. — 107 Hudson, Larrv M — 151, 340. 103 Hudson. Mary C — 314. 340 Hudson. Patsy A. — 119.314,91. 106,246 Hudson. Ronald R — 147 Huff, lack R — 314 Huggi ' ns, Donna — 314 Hughes, Bilhe A — 3ii Hughes. Hudson D Jr — 340 Hughes. Ian B — 340 Hughes. Nina K — 340 Hughes. Ronnie F. — 145. 340 Hughes. William F. Jr. — 340 Hughev. Phillip A — 137.340 Hulse. Robert D —340 Hulscy. Barney G. — 149. 340 Huner. Sandra W, — 218, 340 Hunt. Donald E Jr —206 Hunt. Robin S — 340 Huntet, Gwendolyn A. — 314 Hunter, lames — 340 Hurst. Carl A. — 340 Hurst, Edna K. — 340. 120 Hurt. Marsha A.— 131,341 Hussev. Timothy W — 341 Hutchcson, Phillip — 314. 197. 196 Hutchms. Kimcc A — 139 Him.., Patrick A — 197. 196 Hutto. Sue D —314 Hutto. William T — 341 Hi hart, Emelic 1—341 Hydc.JocN,— 341,87 Ingle, Nancy Y. — 133. 77, 73. 109 Ingram, Bobby L. — 341 Ingram, Catherine M. — 314, 77, 102 Ingram, Cynthia C — 341 Ingram, Danny P. — 314, 87 Ingram, James M — 1 37, 341 Ingram, Phyllis U. — 314 Irvin. Joseph E. — 341 Isaac. Michael A — 314 Isaacs. Dean F. — 121 Isola, loseph V.Jr. — 341 Ivey. Hugh D. — 76.97 lvey.Tyndal W, — 341 lvey. Wilson S. — . 314 Jackson, Deborah L. — 341 Jackson. Ellen G. — 341 Jackson. Glenda A — 341 Jackson, lablonski — 341 Jackson. Janice E. — 341 Jackson. KitryJ. — 341 Jackson. LindaJ — 341 Jackson, Robert L — 314 Jackson, Rocky W — 34 1 Jackson, Russell — 137 Jackson, Sidney — 1 S ' lackson, Timothy M. — 141. 341 Jackson. W, Dale — 1 37 lacobs. David C — 137. 341. 70. 109 Jacobs, Mark A. — 34 1 Jacquart, Demse A. — 341. 244, 115 Jacquay, Stephen M. — 34 1 James. Brenda K — 341. 120 James. Carole L — 34 1 James. Catherine M — 34 1. 77 James. Charles R. — .34 1 James. Dannylu — 143. 314 James. John M. — 341 James. Patricia A. — 341 Janasky. Nancy J — 131. 341. 120 I.im.iicnno. lohn — 147. 314 " jarman. Rox ' annc — 34 1 . 1 1 5 Jeffcoac. Judy A. — 341 lef fries. Susan M — 133.341 Jellison, Michael L— 314 lenkins. Andrew L. — 341, 83 Jenkins, Sheila D — 131. 314. 68, 71. 70 Jennings, James E. — .341 Jennings. Virginia S — 341 Jerkins, Aubrey T. — 341. 104 Jesse. Robert E. — 341 Jeter. Jan — 109. 1 31 . 341 . 161. 248 Jinright. Bobbie D. — 341 Jinright. Kaye I. — 341.73 Joe. Patricia E — 315 Johns, Lorraine — 315 Johns. Roy D. — 315. 121 lohns, Sharon E, — 341 ' lohnson. Beth A — 69. 131.342.68.70 Johnson. Dennis K —342. 114 Johnson. Donny W — 342 Johnson. Emily K — 342 Johnson. Gary M — 342 Johnson. Gregory D — 153. 312 Johnson. Janet — 139 Johnson. Jcanie — 128 Johnson. Jerry W — 342 Johnson, Jim G. Jr. — 342 Johnson. Joseph L. — 342 Johnson. Karen L. — 315. 87 Johnson, Leslie C — 315 Johnson, Marian M — 342 Johnson. Marilyn I — 313 Johnson, Marsha — 313 Johnson, Mary L. — 342 ' lohnson. Mary W — 313. 1 16 Johnson, Mitzi C — 133, 342 Johnson. Paul F. — 249 Johnson. Peggy S — 342 Johnson. Rachel A — 342 Johnson. Richard — 342 Johnson. Roy S — 315 Johnson. Russell B. — 342 Johnson. Susan A — 315, 115 l..hns..n rheresaM — 1 P. 315. 120. 248 Johnson, Walter D — 342 Johnston, Debbie — I 31. 342. 120 Johnston, Richard G — 342 Johnston, Susan L — 342 Johnston, Wade M. — 342 Johnston. Wendy — 342 Johnston. William M — 186. 342 Johnstone. Nancy J. — 342 Joiner. Michael A. — 342. ICM Jones. Angela J - 313 Jones, Anita — 342 Jones. Barney — 342 lones. Benjamin T — 342 Jones. IScvcrlv S — 139. 342. 159 Jones. Charlie I. — 315. Ill Jones. Curtis L. — 342 Jones. David C. Ill — 342 Jones, Doug H. — 342 Jones. Douglas — 315 Jones. Gary W — 343 Jones, Gerald G — 342 Jones, Jana — 143, 342 Joncs.JodyJ.-315 Jones, Josephine — 342 Jones, Karhleen D. — 342. 100 Jones, Laura L. — 342 Jones, Linda D. — 139. .342 Jones. Linda D — 342 Jones. Margaret I. — 342 Jones. Matjorie E. — 342 Jones. Mary H — 315.87 Jones, Pamela G. — 342 Jones. Rebecca D. — 315 Jones. Ronald W. — 342 Jones, Ruben D. — 342 Jones, Sharon J. — 342 Jones, Shirley J. —342 Jones, Suan — 315 Jones, Susan C. — 342, 115 Jones, Thomas E. — 342 Jones, Wade A, — 342 Jones, William B. — 342 Jordan. Clifton — 342 Jordan. Deborah D. — 342. 108 Jordan. George G. — 342 Jordan, Janet M, — 342 Jordan, Joseph E. — 149. 342. 76, 87 Jordan. Mary A — 342 Jordan. Mary M. — 143, 342 Jordan, Vivian M. — 342 Joyce, Jacqueline — 342 Joyner, Daniel W — 342 Kallick. Charles M. — 343 Kampschmidt, Robert — 186. 343 Karp, David R —343 Kean. Stephen B. — 343, 79. 1 1 3. 76 Keating. Joseph M. — 343. 114 Keith. Thomas R. — 343. 100 Kellcy. Ch eryl L — 343 Kelley. Edwin B. — 149. 343 Kellcy. Ivy L — 343 Kellcy. Randolph W — 343 Kellcy. Vicki A —343 Kelly. Beniamin S. — 343 Kcllv. Edwin B — 137, 343 Kelly. Emily A — 343 Kelly. George M — 137, 315 Kelly, James B — 315 Kelly. Kearlyn I.. — 343 Kelly. Martha A —315 Kelly, Michael A — 34 3 Kelly. Nancy F . — 315 Kelly. Robert W —315. 188 Kelly. Sandy H. — 343 Kelly. Susie F. — 131 Kelly. Walter D — 343 Kemp. Dorothy D. — 343 Kendnck. Gcna — 343. 1 16 Kendnck. loruth — 34 3 Kendnck. Kathy W. — 313 Kennedy. Ethel G — 313 Kennedy. Melanie — .343 Kennedy. Michael S — 87 Ken nelly, Alice E. — 343 Kenslcr. Judith F. — 315. 102. 110 Kent. Rebecca L. — 343. 120 Kerfoot, Catherine A. — 343.219. 118 Kerner. Frank D. — 247, 137. 212, 214. 315 Kersker. James F — 343 Kervin, Angeleon M. — 315. 107 Kervin. Cosbv I — 153.315 Kervin. Ronald R. — 343 Kervin. William D. — 315 Kessel. William C. — 34.3 Kctcham. Kathryn R — 143.34 3.72.87 Kctcham, Randy J —343 Key. Jeancttc — 315 Kilcrease, Sharon L. — 343 Killam.Jan M — 315. 108 Killough.Gaylc — 343 Kilpatnck, Byron S — 343 Kimble. James G. — 315 Kimbro, Janet — 343 King. Albert L Jr. — 343 King. Carolyn — 139 King. Danny E. — 151 King. Deierilyn L. — 343 King. Diane M. — 343 King. George G. Jr. — 149.315,76.81 King, HellaM. — 315 King. Michael D. — 315 King.OllicH —343 King. PeggyJ —315 King. RogerS —97 Kinkade, Cheryl S— 343 Kinsey, Ion M. — 34 3 Kirby. David M. — 343. 114 Kirby. Larry R. — 147. 543 Kirkland, Hugh D.Jr. — 343 Kirkland. Jennifer— 315. 229 Kirkland. Neomia — 91.95 Kirkland. Teresa R — 313 Klauss. Kathy D — 343 Khpp. Thomas F. — 315, 200 Kinsman. George S. — 343 Kluttz. Marcclina — 343, 115 Knight, EvicD — 34 3 Knight, Kenneth — 343 Knight. Larry E — 343 Knight, Richard I —315, 114, 103. UK Knos. Benton F — 34 3 Knov. Brenda N — 34 3 Knox. Clarence K. — 149. 313 Knox. Diantha L. — 343 Koclln, WalthcrW. — 343 Koppcrsmith. Lori — 315 Kovach. Michael L. — 315 Kovach. Robert S. — 343 Kravitz, Lynnc C — 343 Kravitz, Richard K. — 315, 80 Kreis. loseph M. — 34 3 Kieis. KenC — 343 Kreis, William A — 344 Kroen, Shauna L. — 218. 344 Kui marski, Judith A — 344 Kyscr. LcvcrnJ. — 315 Kssci, Linda M . — 344 Kyzar. Claire B. — 344 Kvzar. Ramona A. — 143, 344, 128 Luartet, D Pitt — 344, II 1 Li, keos, Anthony S. — 315 Ltdnier. David F. — 344 Laidlaw. Carol J. — 344, 113. 103 Laird. Everctte L — 344. 241. 70. 109 Lake, Dorothy G — 315. 237 Lalak.John M. —344 Lamar. Maria R — 344 Lamb. Reena S. — 315 Lamben, Lasylvia A. — 344 Lambeth, Randall A — 344 Lamp. Rocky H. — 344 Lancaster, Vickie E. — 315 Und. Dean E — 1 86. 344 Landers, Mark S — 145, 344 Lane. David D — 151 Lane. Joseph M. — 344 Lane. Rita T — 315 Lane. Veronica G. — 315 Lane, William D — 141.344 Lane, William P . — 315 Langford, Polly A— 344 Large. Brenda K. — 344. 1 18 Larkin. Thomas B. — 194. 344. 200 Larscn, Cindy L. — 344 Lascter, Susan S. — 344 Latham. Paula S — 133. 344 Lavender. Douglas W. — 141, 344 Lavender, Sharon A — 344 Law, Pamela R — 315 Lawlcy.R. Dane — 344, 114 Lay. Nancy B. — 315 Layton. Elizabeth J— 143 Layton. LindaJ. — 143, 315. 344 Lazzara. Anthony Jr. — 137, 315,70. 109 Lea. Nancy J. — 344 Leake, Bonnie M — 91 Lean , Michael J. — 315, 206 Lecroy. Braxton L. — 141, 315. 46. 1 13 Ledbctter, James H — 344, 97 Leddon.MyraJ —344 Lee. Allison O — 344 Lee. Beniamin P — 344 Lcc. David R. — 344 Lee. Elizabeth T — 345 Lee, Fredene— 131.315 Lcc. Jack E. — 345 Lcc.JamcsF — 145.345 Lee, John L. — 345. 121 Lee. Joyce L. — 345 Lee, Pamela L. — 345 Lee, Peggy F. — 345 Lee, Robert V. — 186, .315. 188 Lemon. Catherine E — 2.32, 158, 159. 228 Leon, Mary E. — 345 Leonard, Thomas J — 315 Lett, Dcbra F — 315 Lcverert.J Terrell — 345 Levi. Gary C — 343 Lewis. Daniel R. — 149, 345 Lewis. Frank L — 345 Lewis. George F — 345 Lewis. Gerry O. — 343. 83 Libbey. Nancy J — 345 Liebnitzky. Wayne K. — 345 Lifford. Jessica L — 345 Lightfoot. Delia S. — 345 Linam. Donis A —315.91,95 Lindberg, Nancy E — 9 1 Lindsay. David S. — 345 Lindsay. Michael K. — 343 Lindsey. Beverly D. — 345 Lindsey.Jo A — 345 Linton. Gloria P. — 315 Lisenby. Pamela G. — 345 Lisenby. Ronald W — .345 Livermore. Evelyn M — 345. 72. 100 Locke. William R — 145 Lockher. Brant L — 345. 197. 196 Lcxkwood. Susan L. — 345 Lof tin. Susan T. — 316 Lofns. James C Jr — 316 Logan, James E. — 316 Logue. Hilmon D — 316 Long. Deborra L. — .316 Long. Donna S. — 345 Long. Paul D — 135.345 Long. Winston T — 316. 345. 197. 196 Lott.John M —316. 345 Louviere, Glenn A. — 345 Love, James E.Jr. — 190, 316 Lovejoy, Theo P — 345 Lovett. Harold R. — 345 Lowe. David S. — 151. 345. 165 Lowe, Rick G — 345 Lowe, Sheila D. — 1 33. 345 Lowery. Hermon L. — .345 Lowcry.Jeanic K. — 316 Lowery. Shcrrer D. — 316 Lowery. William L— 343 Lucas, Jane H. — 133. 345. 159 Lucas, Sharon — 345 Luckcrson. Patricia — 345 Luker. Jerry A — 151. 345 Lumpkin. Thomas F. — 145. 345 Lundy. Karen M — 343. 115 Lung. Mon Yin — 345 Lurie. Marjoric K — 316 Luster. Danny A. — 151. 345. 104 Lynn, Charles E — 345 Lyon. Alice R— 345.72,90 Lyon. Joy M. — 345 Mack. Laura L. — 345 Mack, Mary A — 1.33. 316 Mack. Timothy E — 345 Mack. Tom A —316 Mackenzie. John R — 345 MacLcan. Bonnie— 343 Madaris. Alfred G — 316 Maddos. lern W — 343 Maddox. Robert S — 186. 316 Maddox. William R — 145. 149.316.81 Mahone. William C. — 345 Mahn. Debbie A. — .345 Maiot. Geotgannc E. — 345 Maior. Harold 1. —345 Majors. Glenn A — 345. 97 Makanjuola. Abinbola — 345. 103 Mallory. Betty I. — 345. 120 Mallory. Freddy M. — 1 35, 345, 104 Mallory. Ronclall C — 346. KM Malmberg. Grace V — 346 Malone. l-inny K — 346 Maluda.John W . — 346 Mamoran. Anita I. — 346 Manlev. Richard A — 145 Mann. Amy P — 316. 120 Mann, Jacqueline — 346. 46 Mann. ' Kendall B . — 145.346 Manning. Dennis O — 316 Manrv. Sarah F — I 39. 346 396 Manuel. George M — Mh Maraman. Mclsin 1. — 346 Marchani. lames C — 14 " Minum. Gan A — 546 Mucin. Man G — 346 Markham. Cclenc I — 416. 108 Markham. Deborah A — 316. 108 Marks. Darwin C. — 346 Mirler.Mickcj D — 346 Marlcr. Sharon R — 146 Mans. Belts A —IK. Marsh. D Lynn — )16 Marsh. Kathcrinc D —133. 346 Marshall. Gay Ic N — 346 Marshall, loanic 1) — 416 Marshall. Julie A — M6. 120 Marshall. Kathy — 149. 346 Martin. Barbara L — Mil Manin. Cassandra A — 446 Martin. Charles S —316 Martin. Danncllv C — 141. 346. 104. 109 Martin. Danns I — 446 Martin. Gloria J — 416 Martin. Gwcn A — 446 Martin. Hugh H — 316 Martin, lack W |r — 446 Manin lanice O — 346 Martin Leevan E —346 Manin. Michael A — 16 Manin. Pamela L — M6 Maslanka. Marc A — is; Mason Ben R — 346 Masse . Chervil — 1 49. 446 Masses. Floyd B — 446 Mathews. Daniel W — 416 Mathews. Karen A — 446 Mathews. Shirles M — 44 " Mathews. Thomas C — 141. 416 Mathicws. Beverk — 1 44. 44 " Matins. George H — 446. 105 Matthews. Roberc A — 446. Ill Matthew s. Susan C — 34 ? Maxes. Rickes R — 186. 44 " Mas. Bonnie S — 347 Mas. Carol P — 34 " Mas. Ferrell X ' — 44 " Mas. Timothy M — 44 " Mas. William. I .1- Masbcrrs. Nancs I — 44 " Mass. Michael S — 44 " . 19 " . 196 Sinew. Michelle R — 44 " McCabe. Robert K — 316 McCain. Roben B Ir — 14 " McCall. Delvnn — 34- McOII. Maggie L — 34- McOllister. Polls A — 44 " McCarles. Bobbs C Ir — 516 McCan. Eddie — VP McCaskes Terrs L — 44 " McClellan. lames E — 44 " . 16 McClelland ' . Nans-, E —341 McClure. Man F — 44 " McCombs. Anthons I — 44 " McConkes . Alice A — 4 1 6. " 9. 1 1 4. " 6 McCoy . Mason D — 316 McCran.Marc.a L — 44 " McCron. Berry I — 44 " McCullough. Patricia — 44 " McCullough. Rosa.M — 4 1 " McCurn . Marion B — ] 4 1 McDaniel. lames G — 416 McDaniel. John W — 44 " McDaniel. Nelda D — 416 McDaniel. Ret ha— 91 McDaniel. William R. — 416 McDonald. Anthons L — 44 " . 99 McDonald. Man E — 416.8 " Mi Donald. Sibs I D — 144.41 " McDnnald. Soma L — W. 121 McDowell. Fred M - 44 " McGee. Pamela O — 416 McGhar. Nan.s C — 4 1 " McGill. John B — 44 " . 104 McGill. lohnH — 4i " McGill. Mark S — 41 " McGom-in. Ellen A — 114. 110.246 McGrjsi.Sheree— 4 IS McGuirc. Michael K — 145 McHanes.SoniaH — 416 McHrarg. Elizabeth T — 416. 1 15 McHugh. David R — 548 Mclnnis. Donald G . — 416 Mclntsrc. Csnthia K — 348 McKeithen. lack A —348 Mc Keller. John M — 1 4 " . 448 M.Kinlcs. Steven E — 448 McLain. Roger D — 416 MiLcin. Chen I A — 448 McLean, lohn III —348 McLendon. HostS — ' is McLinn. Michael D — 448 McLurc. Deborah I — 1 14. 416 Ms Lure. William R — 348 McMahon. James R —516 McManus. lanet C — 4 is McMichaef. R.ckS — 41S Ms-Million. Danvus — 34S M.Mullen. Timothy P —200. 145.212. 213.316 McNeil. Janice M — 348 McNeil. Lsdia A — 448 McNrase. Iiles E — 348 Ms New. Larn E — 416. " 6 McPherson. Kathnn L — 131. 448. 219 McQuagjre. Chester K — 348 McResnolds. Barn L — 145. 418. 129 Ms Vas. WandaS — sis Meadows. Clifford R— 316. 80.9 " Meadows. Deborah E — 54s Meads, lames M — 448 Means, lames R — 190. 348 Meek. Frances D — sis Meeker. Kim T — 448. 205 Meeks. Donnie B — 149 Meeks. lohn D — 416 Meeks. Man W —316 Mchcarg. Margaret S — 4 16. zR Melton. Freda D — 548 Meredith. Gloria I — 448 Meriwether. Nicholas — 348 Merrill. Ian F — 448. " Messer.FwellC Ir —316 Mcwhournc. Dasid F — 349 Mi. kit Ronald E — 145. 448 M.ddk-ton. LeanncT — I " Mika. lohn P — 416. 104 Mikcl. loseph R. — 448 Mikell. loci A — 548 Miles. Vicki L — 149. 448 Miller. Brendi B — 4K, Miller. Karl E — 416 Miller. Elliott F - sis, Miller. Hues E — 151. 516 Miller. Joseph S — 151 Miller. Rcbcsca A - Ms Miller. Rita V — 416 Miller. Rodnes R — 186. 348 Miller. Teresa B — 348 Millican. Debra D — sis Million. Kerne D — 114. sis. 46. " 2. 1 1 5. 79 Mills. Mark A — 5-18. 104 Mills. Patricia — sis Mills. Stephen A — 119 Mills. Terrell D - 348 Mills. Womac F - 348 Milner. bzabcth A.— 131 Milner. Robert L — 4 is Mims. Ronald D — 14 " . 348 Miner. Alice I. — sis Miner. Nancy G. — 348 Mintcr. Thomas R —115.416 Miracle. Donna J — 348 Mitchell. DornsD — 516 Mitchell, Glenda K — 448 Mitchell. James I. — 1 19. 416 Mitchell, lonah I. — 1 14. 448 Mitchell. Mar.lue — 4is Mitchell. Rosalind— 416 Mitchell. Sherry E. — 316 ss Mithcn. Isabel D —139 Mithcn. Thomas S — 41s Mison. Dennis L — 316 Mixon. Dianna L — 348 Mixon. James T. — 348 Mixon. William R Ir — sis Mixson, Debbie I — 416. 120. -3 Mixson.John D — 154, Ms Moblcy. Ronald L — 348. 207. 206 Moblev. Zelda B — 41 " Moncv. Can Ion 1 — .448 Money, Ethel M —349 Money. John B — 349 Money. Lamona D. — 349 Montgomery. Robert C — 141. 317 Moody, Franklin T. — 317 Missis. Lee Roy — 14 " . 41 " Moody. Richard A —317.99 Moody. Richard M — 99 Mooney ham. Janet A — 317 Mcxincvham. V. Elaine — 349 Moore. Earl M — 449 Moore, Freddie L — 349 Moore. Helen M —317 Moore. Margaret — 317 Moore, Randall W — 349 Moore. Sharon L — 1 4 1 . 3 1 7, 349 Mtxsre. Sharon S — 349 Mooter. Deborah J — 349 Moorcr. Randolph B — 449 Moreman.John D — 349 Morgan. Joyce E — 349 Morgan. Larry P — 349 Morgan. Sandra G — 144. 419. 128 Morgan, Tommy D. — 349 Moring. Man Olivia — 317 Morr. David W — 1 45. 349, 200 Morris. Donald E — 449 Morris. Ingnd A — 4 19. 1 16 Morris. James H — 349 Morris. Jcannic — 349 Morns. Michael S — 137, 41 " Morris. Pamela A — 349. 217 Morn. Rulh L — (17 Morris. Shcrn J — si . x . 91 Morrow. Clarence S — 449 Morrow, Fcllis A — 449. " 6 Moseley. Edward D — 349 Moseles. Ewell H — 449 Moseley. Janice— 349 Moses. Susan C — I 49. 419 Moslcv. Clarence E. — 349 Moss. Sharon A —349.77 Moultry. Margaret — 349 Moulin. Mitchele A — 549 Moulin. Morel — 349 Mow res. Kathryn E — 144. 317.226. 22 " . 244. 235.90 Mosers. David C —349 Mullins. Urn G —349 Mungenast. Sue A — 44 ' ) Mungcr. Joyce L — 317 Murphrec. Erline D —317 Murphrec. lohn I — 349 Murphy. CherylA. — 349 Murplis. Betne L —317 Murphy. Kevin C — 349 Myers. Randal C. — 349. 114 Myers. Ros M — 149. 449. so Myers. Twyla — 317.99 Mynird, Janet W — 449 Myriclc. lames— 449.83 My rick. RebaC — 144. )p Nail. Nancs L. — 143.349 Names. Gan I — 349 Nccdham. Roben A. — 135. 349 Neesc. Charles C —317.97 Neese. Randal J —317 Neher. lohn M. — 349 Neideffer.John R. — 141. 349. 81 Neighbors. Linda I — 449. 102 Nelson. Danny A — 153. 317. 349 Nelson. Gregory A — 145. 349 Nelson. Jeffrey A — 449 Nelson. Karen J — 139. 349 Nelson. Marcia G. — 349 Nelson. Roberts— 317 Nelson. Stese A — 317 Neudecker. Alita S . — 131 New. Donald E — 349 Newberry. Ike M. Ill — 449 Newell. Danny S. — 153 Newman. Alan G — 147 Newman. Dixie D — 1 49. 349, " 2, " Newman, lanet L. — 139. 349 Newmin. ' lohn P — 349 Newman. Jos R — 349 Ness man. Mae A. — .349 Newman. Thomas R. — 349 New ton, Ronnv W — 350 Nichols. Chen I — 350 N.shols. Cozette A —350.118 Nichols. Helen B — 143. 250. 232. 31-. 159 Nichols. Manha I — 317 Nichols. Peggs L — 517 Nichols. William C — 350 Nipper. Johnny B — 550 Nix. Tommy H — 145. 350 Noble. David E — 550 Noble. Ronald M —31- Noble. Teresa L — 330 Nobles. Cindy — 350 Norman. Jo E. — 76. 109. 144, 41 " . 114.243 Norred. Vis, an K — 330 Norris. Amy G — 41 " ihn F. —350. 121 Norris. Michael L, — 317 Norton. Lisa A — 350 Oakley. Manha I. —350 Obricn. lohn F Jr — 145. 41- Obrien, Yvonne C — 450. 72 Odgcrs. loe.M —350 Odom, leffrev I. - si " (Worn. Kenneth — .41- Ooom.Stevcl —350 Ogle. Patncia I — 350 Oglcsby, Anicfa — 350 Oglesby, Lillian E — 350 Olcr. Donna A — 350 Oliver, Betty L — 141. 4so Oliser. Charles Ir — 4P. 200 Oliver. Dorothy J —350 Oliver, lames L — 350 Olivet. Suzan D — 450. no Olivet. William E — 141.31 " Oneal. Deborah K, — 350 Oneal. Phillip F —317 Osborne. Susan L — 350 Overstreet. Carol R — 350 Overton. Gayla D — 350 Ovcnon, Manin L — 149. 350 Owen. Virginia M — 139. 350 Owens. Deborah J — 139. 350 Owens. Donald R. Jr. — 131 Owens. Jennings L. — 350 Owens. Joanne — 350 Owens. Kim P — 350. 219 Owens, Roben E Jr — 351 Paape, Cynthia S. — 351 Padget. Thomas R — 31-. 114. 104 Page.Jern I 331 Page. Robert E. — 35 1 Palmer Edward L — 194. 351. 200. 188 Parducci. Janice 1 —351 Park. BillieC — 351 Park. Bradley H — 351 Parker. Carol E. — 317 Parker. Daniel L — 153 Parker, Glenda D — 351. 115 Parker. Glenda S — 351 Parker. Joseph L — 351 Parker. Nancy A —351 Parker. Phillip L — 186. 317 Parker. Rebecca L . — 318. 87 Parker. Virginia E — 351 Parker. William E — 351 Parks. Cheryl A — 139. 351 Parks. James B — 141,318 Parr. ValcncD— 351 Parnmon. Dale R — 351 Parnsh. Rex A —318. 104 Parnsh. Rickes L —351 Parrish. Ronnie L — 351 Parnsh. William O — 318 Parcridgc. Kern B — 451. 121 Paschal. Charles J —351 Paschall. Pamela J . — 351. 7 2 Pate. Gregory C — 135. 351 Patni. KanmG —351.94.121 Patskoski. Michael — 151. 351 Patterson. Roben — 351 Paul.ConnvcL —351 Paulk. James P —351 Paxson. Robert D —351 Pasnc, Lua K — 14 4. 451 Payne. Russell T —351 Payne. William D —318 Pearl. Peggie A — 451 Pearson. Man T — 351 Pearson. Tern 1—351 Peck. Jessie M, — 351 Peebles, Vivia — 351 Pelham. Vicki B, — 351 Pennington. Man J. — 318 Pentz. Teresa E — 1 33. 35 1 . 1 28 Penuel. Linda E — 131. 351 Perdue. Valerie L. — 35 1 Persons, Mitchells —351 Peters. Lee A —351 Peterson. Catherine — 551,90 Peterson. Lyetta F — 451 Peterson. Man J — 1.59. 351 Peterson. Olivette R — 35 1 Peterson. Peggy L — 143. 318 Petrev. George F. — 94 Petritsis. Annie V —331, 8 " Petn.JamcsJ. — 151.318 Petty. Jeffrey A— 351 Pctty.JenniferL— 143 Pern, MindaC, — 351 Petway. MelvinD — 351 Phelps. Debta D — 143.351 Phelps, WilhamJ — 318 Phillabaum, Kathleen — 351 Phillips. A Mane — 351. 120. 8- Phillips. Man E — 133. 318. 351 Phillips. Mary Jane — 351. 110 Phillips, Michael W —418. 110 Phillips, Pamela P —351 Phillips. Roben G — 351 Phillips, Russell G —318 Phillips. Soma L — 351.115 Phillips. Teresa— 451 Phillips. Tnna C — 133. 351. 7 -. 118 Philon.SarahJ —351 Philpott. Gan C — 318 Pickett. Charles A — 186. 318 Pickett. Chenl V —351. 110 Pickett, Samuel W — 352 Pickett. Willie I —318 Pierce. Ronald I. — 188, 149. 352. 19 ' . 196 Pike, Mona G — 352 Pike. Tommy E, — 318, 80. 99 Pinckard. James M. — 352 Pmckard.JudvGaly — 318 Pinckard Vicit) I. —352 Pinyan. lames 1. — Sits. 114 Piper. Charles L — 15.4 Pipkin. Richard R — 194. 418. 200. 188 Pipkins. Manha L. — 352 Pippin. D Lynn — 352 Pippin. E Clayton — 151. 552. 129 Puncr. Richard E. — 318 Pmmcn. Iimms N — .452 Plash, lay ' e — 352 Plash, lohn D — 318.97 Plymell. Ronald F — 352 Pogue. fern W —318 Pollak.JohnF Jr — 452 Pollard. Velma M — 352 Pomeroy. Joyce L — 418 Pope. Linda J . — 352 Pope. Pam W Pope, Sharon L — 109. 117, 418.91. 240,95 Poppe. Ann — 352 Porath. Deanna F — 352 Poner. Vivian A — 452 Ponera, Donna 1. — 352 Posey. PiulaJ —318 Posey. Shirley A — 352 Poston. Stanley R — 141 Potee. Charles M — 352 Powell. Beverly — 452. -2 I -sarlotle A — 14 4. 452 Powell. Debra J. — 318 Powell. Michael E — 149. 552 Powell. Michael G. — 153. 352. 80 Powell. Roben S — 141. 352 Prathet. Haney W Jr — 318 Pratt, Deborah J —352 Pratt. John H — 318 Prayror. Sarah D — 143 PRscon M Vicki — 352. 120. 100 Prescott. Scott — 318 Presrwood. Gail E — 352 Price. Bobby G —318 Price. Connie S — 318 Price. Ellen— 452 Prise. Sheila A —332 Pnmm. Shannon A — 352. 115. 108 Ptomey.Sara R — 143.352 Punshon. Sharon K — I 59. 352 Punis. Luannc — 452. 87 Kirs is, Mitshcll V — 452 Quinlcy. Joseph I. — 452 Raborn. Catherine L — 452 Ragans. Michael I — 452 Rainer. Frederick W. — 145. 318 Rainev. Timothy M. — 352 Rales. Billy GJr —352 Rales. Tom S — 131. 452 Ramcr. Susan — 354 Randolph. RhondaJ — 139. 318 Rankin. Charles A —353 Rankin. Sabrina D — 353 Rattan. Fred L — 4Ss. 104 Rawlinson. Brenda S — 353 Rawls. Man L —353 Ray. Danny H — 139.318 Ray. Donna L — 237, 239, 453. 159. 229 Ras Suzanna l. — 41S, " " Ras Thomas B — 145.353 Raybon. Deborah A — 353 Rearden. Gregon M — 353 Reasoner. Roger E — 353. I9 7 . 196 Reaves. Jcffen L — 318 Reaves. Manone A — 318. 120 Rcddoch. A Lewis— 153, 318. 353 Reed. Charles S — 453. 110 Reed. Karen J — 45 4 Reed, Nonna K —353 Reed. Roben L. — 353. 129. 82. 83 Reeder. Robin M — 133. 353 Rceder, Spencer D — 45 4 Reese. Donald D — 353. 206. 188 Reese. Noma K. — 353 Reeves. Bobbi B —318 Reeves. Brenda K —318 Reeves. Gan M — 4 1 8 Reeves. James D — 353 Reeves. Lister H Jr — 4ss Reeves. Michael l " — 418 Reeves. Patricia K — 353 Reeves. Peggv L — 318 Reeves. Tern L — 353. 46 Rcffeit. Lena S. — 353. 120 Rcgisier.JohnC — 147.353 Reid. Glenn S — 353 Rod. Sharon — 353 Reid. Steven L — 353 Reiffenstein, Carol — 109. 1P.318.243. 115 Reinhardt. Ernest A — 14 " Renfroe. Sandra L — 5S3 Retherford. Ronald B — 455 Revell. Linda A — 45 4 Reynolds. Lavand — 353 Reynolds. Ted W — 151. 353 Reynolds. Thomas C — 45s Rezzarday.Joan E — 318 Rhodes. Charles G. — 353 Rhodes, Charles N — 4ss Rhodes. Michael N — 149. 45 4 Rhodes, Odis D — 318 Rhodes. Roben D — 353 Rhodes, Sharon A — 45 4 Rich. Sue— 354 Rich. Sybil J — 353 Richard. Patrick H —353 Richards. Teresa G —318 Richards. Vicky S — 353 Richards. Willie A — 353 Richardson. Amelia I — 45 4 Richardson. Brenda J. — 353. 219 Richardson. Clarence — 353. 200 Richardson, demon R — 151. 353 Richardson. Daniel — 353 Richardson, Gloria J —131.318 Richardson. Paul J — 35.4 Richardson. Roben C — 353 Richburg. William L — 353 Richier. Lee Roy — 206 Ricketl. Clarissa — 45 4 Riddle. Kimberly R — 45.4 Rigdon. Karen L — 14.4. 45 4 Riggall. Dorothea C — 44 4 Riggin. Vicki A. — 4S 4 Riggs. David A — 318. 353 Ritrenbach, Lor. — 418 Rivers. Ed B — 353 Roach. Kent S. — 35.4 Robbins. BarbaraJ — 455.94 Robbms. Gloria J —353.94 Robbins. Teresa — 54 Robcrson. Tern A — 454 Robens. Anne — 318. 115 Robens, Anhur R — 145. 554. ' 0 Robens. Patrick G — 153. 354 Robens. Susan L — 133 Robens. Theresa J — 454 Robens. Wayne A — 354. 9 7 Robinson. Carrie L — sis Robinson. Daryl R — 354 Robinson. Donald F — 141. 354 Robinson. Emma E. — 518. 99 Robinson. Joel R — 149.354 397 Robinson. Kenneth M — 145 Robinson. Marilynn —239. 354. 82 Robinson. Mclan E — 354 Robinson. Robert J — 15 I Robinson. Yvonne G. — 354 Robison. Willard O. — 194. .154 Rochette. I nn A — )54 Rockholt. Dixie Y — 354 Rockholt. Marvin M — 206 Rockwell. David B . — 153 Rixlgcrs. Dawn — 115 Rodgcrs. Joyce R — 131.245. ir Rodders. Rebecca A — 354 Rogers. AUa N —318 Rogers. Charles W. — 354 Rogers. Dannv C — 318 Rogers. Ernest 1 — 1 37, 15 1 Rogers. Mamie " E. — 3 IK. 115 Roland. Robbie G — 354 Rollins. Irene — 354 Roman. Mark J — 137.354 Romero. Carlos 1 — 141. 354 Ross. |o L — 3 ' 54. " 2 Rosumm.Ycra K — 15 1 Rountree. Michael W — I 35. 35 1. I 29 Rowc. Bobbv L. — 354 Rowe. Cathv E. — .354 Rowe. Gregon P — sis Rowell. Beatrice — 354 Rucker. Sam L — 318 Rudd. Man A —318 Rupert. Martha J —318 Rupp.John A. — 153.354 Rush.Tcri L. — 354 Rushing. Frank — 354 Russ. Brenda J. — 354.82 Russell. Betty R — 354 Russell. Janice M. — 354 Russell Lam —354 Russell. Sara E. — 318 Russell. Sarah K — 318 Rutherford. William— 354 Rutland. Pat B —319 Rvals.Joannie K. — 351 Ryals. Paula K. — 319 Rials. Phillip E. — 354 Ryals. Richard M. — 141.354 Ryan. James P — 354 Ryan. Steven G. — 354 Rylcs. Johnny F — 154 Sadler Wallace M — 319. 9 7 Sales. Marvin L. — 190. 354 Sahba. Amy — 319. lit) Salter. Forrest BJr —354 Salter. Reginald R — 354 Salvers. Donna R — 354 Salzarulo. Man, J — 354 Sample. Vicki E — 354 Sanders. Brenda K — 131. 354 Sanders. David R. — 145. .354 Sanders. Deborah K. — 354 Sanders. Frances A. — 354 Sanders. Harry O. — 354 Sanders. Joan R — 354 Sanders. Joe C — 319. 354 Sanders. Linda F — 319. .351 Sanders. Ralph K. — 186. 354 Sanders. Robert G — 354 Sanders, Ronald L — 354 Sanders. Sandolyn J. — 3 19. 90 Sanders. Steve D. — 355 Sanders. Thurman E — 355 Sandhn. Anita K — 133. 355 Sandretto. Ravnold P — 1 |7. 35 .99 Sanford. Dickerman L — 355 Sanford. Julie A —139.355 Sankey. William H — 14 " 119 Satcrbo. Stephen C. — 206 Sauer. Stephanie D — 1.31. 35V 46 Saulsbcrrv. Beverly — 355 Saulsberrv. James O. — 355 Savage. Carrie A. — 143. 355 Savage. James R. — 355 Savoia. Nancy A. — 319. S 7 Sac lor. Stephen F — 355 Sc.irhmugh. Benjamin — 355 v irbrough. David M — 355 sc.irhri.ugh. Dawn A. — 319 Scarbrough. Jennifer — 355 Schercr. Linda S. — 319. 99 Schluctcr. Madeline — 355 Schneidhorsr. Elizab — 355. 12, 244. 109 Schock. Deborah E. — 139. 355 Schoficld. Wanda G. — 355 Schwcrer, John A. — 200 Scott. Christine M. — 355 Scott. Dorothy M. — 355 Scott. Fred J — 145. 355. 129 Scroggins. Patricia — 355 Seaborn. Julie D. —355 Scale. Forrest K — 355. 113 Seanor. David L. — 355 Scares. David W. — 355 Scav. Connie A. — 319 Scele. Kathryn G — 133. 239 Scif ried. Kimberly A. — 355. 77. 159 Seit! arolc P. — 319 Sell IdwardP — 147.355 Sellers I harlotte E —355 Sellers Mitchell E — 355 V Hers. Sherwood A. — 355 Sellers. Theresa A —319 Stllirs William R — 149.319 Vnri. Brenda A — 355 St mi ( urns T — 355 Senn David P — 355 Senn. Gloria A — 355 Vnn, RethaC, — 355 Senterfitl. Rav J — 155 Sentinella. DcrikJ — 355 Srwell. David L —355.811 ir. Timothy P — 355. 197, 196 Sharpless. Kenneth M — 319. 355 Sheehan. Ian — 155 Sheffield, Debotah A — 355 Sheffield, leftrey N - III Shehane. Allen G — 355 Shell KatherincJ. — 319. 115 Shi Hi . Karen I 1 19. 155, 1 15, 237 Sherlin. Charles G. — 355 Sherman. Michael H. — 319. 87 Shcrnll. Donna I. - 111. 155 Shield Suzanne — 355 Shillabeer. Sergei - 355 Shilling Dim I A rn 155.200 Shipman ( ieorge A — 355 Shipman. Hilda E — 355 Shipman, Martha A — 355. 2P Shipman. Man D — 319. 217 Shirley, Karen J —319 Shoman, Susan E — 355.46. 115 Shook, Willis A Jr — 141.. 355 Shi ire, James — 355 Shoupc, Dale S. — 147. 555 Shulsen. Melissa! — 218. 319 Shulscn. MelissaJ — 319 Shuman. Robin B. — 319 Shutt. Mvra S — 319 Siclan. James D — 319.94 Sikes, Fred D — 68 Sikcs Virginia C. — 355 Siler. leff — 355 Silcr. Lcla Mae — 355 Simmons. Curtis — 319 Simmons. David H — 97 Simmons. Diana L. — 355 Simmons. Jacquetta T. — 319 Simmons. K.i F — 355 Simmons. Nathan L — 356 Simmons. Susan A — 139. 356 Simon, Karen — 356 Simpson. Brenda G. — 319 Simpson. David L — 151. 319 Simpson, Forrest C — 11 " , 119 Sims. Joseph A — 356 Sims. ' Pattici.iE — 356. 72 Sims. Paul A — 156 Suns Sherree A — 356 Sims Sieve A — 356 Sims. Thomas R — 356 Suns William R — 356 Singleton. Connie H —356 Singleton. Roy W — 133 Slunk v, Lisa — 356 Sipper. Mvra M — 356 Sirmi hi, Icrry L, — 131 Sistmnk. ' Kathy J. — 356. 128 sk.cn. ( harlesE — 137 Skinner. Charles R —319 Skinner. Marvin F — 356 Skinnct. Marvin W — 356, 1 IS Skinner. Warren D — 1 3 Skipper. Elvin G. Jr — 151. 356 Skornia. Susan C. — 356 Skukalek. David L — 356 Slay, Warren E — 137.319 sliwmski, David G —319 Smelser. David R — 356. 76. 81 Smiley. Robert B —356 Smiley, Susan E. — 319 Smith, Amelia K — 356 Smith. ( ynthia M — 356.98 Smith D.in.iS —319 Smith. Deborah K — 319 Smith. Donald W, — 319. " 0 Smith. Donnie R — 319. 109. 87 Smith. Dora A — 356 Smith. Eugene L — 319 Smith. Harold L — 147. 319 Smith. Harry L. — 153. 319, 129 Smith, Hcnryt III — 356 Smith. Howard R. — 356. 129 Smith.Jamcs L, — 319 Smith, James R — 121 Smith, Jennifer J, — 356, 102, 1 16 Smith, Jennifer R —356,107 Smith, lennilec— 139. 319. 110 Smith. John D —356 Smith. John R —356 Smith, Kenneth! — 356 Smith. Kenneth I, — 356 Smith. Kruse C— 356. 76 Smith. Lewis B — 356 Smith. Lillic L —356 Smith. Lucrccia — 357 Smith. M. Sue — 357 Smith, Mack — .357 Smith, Marcus W — 129 Smith. Mark H — 165. 149. 357 Smith, Martin L, — 141 Smith. MelmdaG — 133, 157 Smith. Michael A, — 137. 357. 121 Smith. Michael E — 319. 114 Smith, Michael S. — 319 Smith, Mike C. — 87 Smith. Minnie R — 319 Smith, Nanette — 357 Smith, Peggy A — 133. 319 Smith. Phil A — 141. 319 Smith. Renee B, — 357 Smith. Robert W, — 357 Smith. Sarah M — 319.244 Smith. Sheri Y — 319 Smith, Stephanie H, — 319 Smith, Steve B. — 319 Smith. Sylvia W — 357 Smith. Tamara E. — 212. 213 Smith. Wanda L. — 357 Smith, WilmaJ —357 Smoke, Charles E Jr. — 357 Snead, I-arry D. — 357. 114, 104 Sneed, Martha M — 357 Snced. Susan — 35 7 Sneed, Thclma — 35 7 Sncll.JcssW Jr. — 319. 114 Sncllgrove. Martin — 357 Snellgrove. Susan D. — 319 Snoddy. William E, — 357. 205 Snyder, Carolyn A — 357. 73 Solomon, Jerome — 357 Solomon. William C. — 357 Sonncn, Laura P — 357, 1 10 Souders, lames G — 35 7 Southall. Carmcl J, — 143. 357 Sowell. Angclyn — 319. 91 Spader. Michael W, — 153. 212. 215. 319 Spann, Geoffrey N — 109.244. 137.212.213. 357 Sparks, ( rcw G — 149. 357 Spears, lames E — 357. 206 Spears. John P —357 Speed. Pamela H — 319 Speigner, Rickey G. — 357.46. 114, 104 Sperh. Thomas) — 357 ' I ' .. I irry D, — 109.83. 357.70,76.242 Spisak, Sister li — 319 Spivev, Joseph E. — 319 S|.n. 1 Kenneth M — 357,76 Sphtgcrbcr, Bivic A, — 357 Spooner, Kim G. — 133, 35 7 , 46 Spraguc. Ginger L, — 218. 319. 219. 217 Sprague, Linda G — 357, 237 Spraguc, Tern I., — 139,212, . ' 1 I Spratling, Derwin R — 35 7 Springs, Joera M — 357, 120 Sprinkle, Shern 1. — 319, 102 Spurlin. Amy R — 119. (57 Spurlin Garj A (57 Stabler. lames P — 357. 107 Stabler. John D — 137.357 Stafford, Lam N —357. 107 Stallings. Virginia — 357 Stallworth. Camilla — 357 Sranford. Brenda S — 35 7 Stanford. WandaJ, — 143, 357 Staples. Paul E, — 137, 319. 68. 24 7 Staples. William F — 157 Stark. lohn B — 357 Starkie. Ellis E Jr — 141.. 357 Starkie. Robert W — 141, 15 7 Starling, John F. — 357 Stames William S — 35 7 Stcber. William E. — 147, 357 Steele, Alice— 35 7 . l|8 Steele. Daniel C — 357 Steele. Kevin B — 141. 357, 129 Stcinbaucr. Constance — 35 7 Stcinbauer.John F —357 Stephens. Peggy D — 358 Stevens. Billic E Jr. — 358 Stevens. Donald E — 35S Stevens. Hulcne — 358 Stevens, James H. — 358 Stevens. Stacy M — 358. 197. 196 Stcverson, Kennie L. — 358 Stewart. Alfred M — 358 Stewart. Brenda E — 358 Stewart. Clark J — 149. 358. 129 Stewart. Craig A. — 137 Stewart. Dean — 358 Stewart. Deborah K — 358 Stewart. Deborah L, — .358 Stewart. Dwainc L — 319 Stewart. Patti A — 319 Stewart. Roxanna M — 249 Stewart. Susan G. — 320 Sndnick. David M — 147,358 Stinson. Joseph E — 320 Stinson. Sara G — .358 Stockton. C David — 358 Stockton Richard E —137.358 Stokes. Cynthia — 320. 120 Stokes. Kathy J — 143. 358, 217 Stokes. Ricky i : . — 147 Stone.Jennifer D . — 358 Stone. Leon G — 135. 320 Stone. Ted W — 1 20 Stonerook, O Dean — 358 Stovall. Glenda L — 358 Stowers. Kari I.. — 218. 358 Strain. Ronnie G — 358 Straughn. Steven R. — 141. 320, 1 18 Strickland. Greg K — 135.358 Strickland. Ken B, — 358 Strickland. Wanda M —320 Stringer. Elizabeth — 358 Stringer. Gerald — 320 Stnngfellow. Thomas — 358 Stubblefield. Scott — 153. 158 Stubblefield. Steven— 153 Sullins, Nancy K — 358 Sullivan, Dorothy H. — 358 Sullivan. John M. — 358 Sullivan, JohnS —358 Sullivan. LydiaJ. — 358 Sullivan. Michael W —358 Sullivan. Richard W — 358. 200 Sullivan, Sandra A —358 Sullivan, Sara — 139.358 Summcrville. Susan W — 358 Sumner. Jack S — 358.81 Sumner. Richard F — 358 Sumrall, David E. — 358 Surreney, Tony E. — 104 Sutherland. David A, —200. 135. 194. 358 Suttlc. Teddy A. — 359 Sutton. Charles R. — 359 Sutton. Kenneth M — 141, 359 Sutton. Patrick D. — 359 Swain, F.J —359 Swain. MelvinJ— 359 Swain. Melvin S — 359 Swann. Mary O — 320 Swanson. Charles M — 359. 197. 196 Swanngen, Kathy S. — 359 Swartz. Dean W — 159 Swindall. Marianne — 320. 359 Swindle. Jimmy W. — 359 Sydnor, Robert E — 359 Synco. Barbara G, — 320 Takcuc ' hi, Yoko — 320, 103 Talbot, Gary L, — 320 Talboy. Dean W — 359 Talboy. Margo S. — 320 Talk) , Kenneth W. — 359. 129 Tamsett.Johnnie B — 320 Tapper. Connie A — 359. 115,118 Tardiff. Eugenia C, — 320, 120, 1 15 Tarter. Kenneth W — 320 Tarver. Joseph A. — 149. .359. 81 Tarver. Laurence — 359 Tate, Kenneth H — 320 Tatom, Dora M — 143, 359 Tatom. William M. — 145. 359 Tatum, Patricia P — 359 Taunton. Douglas G. — 147, 359 Taylor, Charles O. — 359 Taylor. Charles P. — 206 Taylor. Dale A, — 359 Taylor. Deborah A — 133. 320 Taylor. Diane P — 359 Taylor. Hugh M — 320 Taylor. James B — 359 Taylor, Janet L — 139. 320 Taylor. Lisa A — 359 Taylor, Marilyn J, — 359 Tavlor, Mary A —320 Taylor. Mary S. — 109. 117. 1 39. 320. 1 10. 240 Taylor, Melondie — 359. 118 Taylor, Monica L. — 1 39. 359 Tavlor. Nancy— 359. 115 Tavlor. Richard F. — 359 Taylor, Vicki D. — 320 Tedder. Ginger K — 359 Teel. Herbert R — 159 Teel. Lester W, — 359 Tegge, David N, — 359 Temple, Betty L — 359 Tennyson. Shcrri L, — 359 Terrell. Cynthia M — 359 Terrell. Steven R —359 Thames, James M — 359 rheriot, Horace R — 1 is Thigpen. Ivey D — 320 Thomas. Agatha B — 359 Tin. mas, Betty I — 359 Thomas. Carrofl M — 359 Thomas. Cathye A — 359 Thomas. Cecil D. — 159 Thomas. Dorothy M — 359 Thomas. Joseph S — 359 Thomas. Lisa K — 359 Thomas. Nancy E — 159 Thomas, Nancy M — 359 Thomas. Ollic A — .359 Thomas. Rebecca L — 159 Thomas. Steve F — 145. 159 Thomas. Tommic L — 359 Thompson, Debra A — 359 Thompson, DcbraJ — 359 Thompson, Eleanor K — 133. 320 Thompson. Elizabeth — 320 Thompson. Flo E, — 120 Thompson, Isaac C — 165. 149. 359 Thompson, James L — .320, 83 Thompson. James W — 359 Thompson. Martha A — 359 Thompson, Sue E, — 320 Thornhill. Cynthia R — 359 Thornton. Joseph R — 82. 83 Thornton. Ramona A — 359 Thornton. Vicki S — 360 Thrclkcld. JamesJ — 151. 320 Thweart. Cassandra D — 159 Thwcatt.Jack P — 320 Tidwell. Debbie L — 143. 360 Till. William M. — 160 Tims. John C. — 320 Tindcll. Connie L, —320.95 Toles. Diann — 160 Tompkins. Phyllis L — 360 Toolan, Gloria D — 160 Toolan. Robert 1 — 320 Toole. Jerry L. — 15 3, 120 Torrcy. Devonnc — 360 Towns. Marva E — 360 Trammcll. Gregory A — 360 Trammell, Nancye — 360 Trammcll. William C —.360.46 Trawick, Ira L. — 320 Treadway. Charles R — 360. 200 Trudell. Helen A — 360. 1 18 Tsitigotis, Chris — 153 Tucker. Judy B — 360 Tucker, Phyllis C — 320 Tucker, Sabnna — 1.1.3. 360 Tucker, Timothy E — 360 Tullis, William N — 360 Tunncll, Janet S — 320 Turbcrville. Cynthia — 320. 91 Turberville, Thomas — 360 Turner, Benjamin H — 360 Turner. DebbieJ, — 360 Turner. Elliott C. Sr — 360 Turner. Jean A — 360, 1 10 Turner, Jo A — 143. 116 Turner. Leona A. — 360 Turner, Rodell D — 360 Turner, Susan E. — 320 Turner. Wendell N. — 360 Tyler. Mark A. — 151. 320. 360, 129 Tyner, Marjorie L. — 360, 121, 1118 Tvncs. Harold D. — 360 Ubbens, Bruce E — 360 Ulbncht, Frederick— 360 Ulm. Gerald H Jr — 320 Union. Glennie N — 320 Uptain. Ronnie — 360 Valne. Geneva F — .360 Van Lierop. Joyce R — 320 Vance. Betty F — 360 Vance. John H — 360. 123 Vanlandingham. Patti — 360 Vardaro. William A — 320 Vardo. Jeffrey G — 320. 197. 196. 188 Varner. Joseph L. — 320. 83 Varner. Leon W — .360 Vasscr. Larry D — 83 Vaughan. Linda M — 320 Veneklasen. Robert A — 360 Vergeson. MelodyeC. — 133. 72, 161 Viekers. Elizabeth C — 360 Vickers, James D — 360 Viekers. Nancy A, — 360 Vickery, Dianne — 360 Vining. Delia A. — 320 Volet. John D — 360 Vucovich. Wayne F. — 360 Waddail.John A, — 360 Wagoner, Ira M — 360 Wainnght. Beverly K — 320 Wainright. Mack M. Jr — 320 Wanes. Jeanme M — 1.33, 360 Waits. Richard F — 153. 320. 129 Walden, Hinton M — 1.37. 320 Walden, Susan V —360. 113 Waldrop. Roger W — 360 Waldrop. Shelby E — 320. 110 Walker. Charles E — 147. 360, 120. 243 Walker. Charles W — 320. 81. 99 Walker. Harold D. — 360 Wal ker. Karen L. — 360 Walker. Keith B — 360 Walker. Kenneth H. Sr. — 360 Walker, Mavis E. — 360 Walker, Shirley P — 360 Walker, Sullivan— 186 Wall, Kathy A —131.360 Wall. Marion C — 13.3 Wallace. Eamestinc — 360. 121 Wallace. G Lynn — 360 Wallace. WandaJ —131.360 Waller, jack A —360 Waller.JameH — 320.360 Walls. Anthony W — 360 Walls, Lynn S — 361 Walston, William — 361 Walters, Donna E, — 361. 73 Waiters. Gail A — 320. 120, 115 Walters. Mary Ann — 161 Walters, Susan F. — 320 Walters. William H — 361 Wambles. Henry D — 361,91 Ward. Arneller — 361. 110 Ward. Billy L — 320 Ward. Cynthia A — 361. 110 Ward, DcbraJ -361 Ward. Gwendolyn F — 161 Ward.JaniccM — 361 Ward. Margreat C — 320 Ward. Michael E — 161 Ward. Michele— 119 398 Ward. Pj IuI A — if.l Ward. Rjndal H - I IV (20 Wild. Soma D — 139. 361. 95. 8 " Wardrtsp. David W - 161 , — 161 Warren. Ethel M — (61. IIS Harrs A — (61 Warren. Richard L — 161 Wasdcn. Deborah A - 130 90 Wasden. Harold B — I 15. (61. I. ' : Water- Doroth. I. — (20 Waters, lour— H.l Waters ludith — V.l Waters. Ka. I) — 121 Waters. Marion L — (61 Water.. Rebecca S — 161 Waters. Wilfred D - :i Watkins. Charlotte A — 161 Watson. Debbie L — (61 Wilson. Georgia J — (21. 161 Watson, loser I. — 161 Watson. Michael S. — 321 (61.201 Watson. Rasmon T — (61 Watson. Rc-hc.,.. K - (21. i IS Km a. I — ur Watson. Vjmlra I — (61. ' 0 Waiters. Yuntriil — 161. 121.91 Weanrn. Reita 1. — 121 Wears Fred — 186. 6I Weatherford. Tern A — (61 Wcalhcrmon. Darrcl! — 161 Weathers, Btnum 1 — (61 Weaver, lames A — 161 Weaver. Phyllis M Wcastr. Vmjn M — 121 Webb Craig K — 161 Webb Duane K —IV, 361 Weber Deborah E — V.I Webster. Vieki n — (61 Weed. Terrell I — HI. W.I Weeks IXisid H — (21 Week- Harold H Jr - V.l Week. Lam D — 161 Weeks. Laura M — 161 Weeks. Stephen L — 161. 46 Weem.. Dennis E — 161 Welch. Susan H — 161 Welk. Ron Carl — 161 Wells. Vance K — 161 Wesson Das id F — 161 West. Nancy L — (61 West. Robert L — 161. 205 West. Sharon Irene — 3 West. Suzeite — s6i Whcatfe) Lyn M — (21 Williams, lohn B — (62 Wheeler. N.in, , 1 — 133.361. 77. 128 Williams. Lillie R — 162 Wheeler Ronald I 1 II 121 Williams. Mars 1 — 162 Wherstone. Rhonda A — (21 Wllharr ,. Mar. W - (62 Whetstone. Ton) I. — (21. ill Williams. Patricia A - (62.-1 Whigham.Grcg E — 1 to Williams. R Stephen Whigham. Rosemary — 1 1 1 Williams. Robert F — 121. 122 Whisonant. Taylor P. — 321 Williams. Robert J — 121 Whitaker. James I. — (61 Williams. Ronald ( — 162 White. Barbara I. — 361 Williams. Ruthir M — 162 White. Bettie S — 161 Williams. Ten 1. — (62 White, lerrv I. — 161 Williams. Verdis M — no. lot White, lohn W. — 14 Williams. Wendell L - 161 White. Pamela A —(21 Williamson. Douglas — 121 White. Pamela L — 102. 70 Williamson. Dust) B — 119. 363 White. Paul K — 161 Williamson. James H —131. 363 White. Ri.k M —V.I Williamson, Mars R — (63 White. Sandra 1 — (62 Williamson Rosa E — (21 White. Viclq V —362 Willis. Carolyn— (63 White. Wanda G — (21 Whitehead, leraldine — 162 Willis, Marilyn — 163 Whiten. Mark A —562 Willis. Phillip W - (61.122 Whirener. lohn 111— (21 Willis. Simon 1. — 83, 161. 76, 129. " 2 Whitcner. Thomas A — 162. 200 Wills. Michael W — 161 Whitcner. Timothy D — (62 Wilson. Belinda F — 161 Whitney. Patrick F — 147.362 Wilson, Gnd) 1 — 217. 218, (63, 106 Whiteen. Jerry W — 151. 121 Wilson. Commie G — (61 Whonon. Mary E. — 362 Wilson, Constance K. — (21 Wiggins. Grad) H — 1:1 Wilson. Cynthia N —(21 Wiggins Jerri G — 121 Wilson. Elizabeth S —(21 Wiginton. Debra L — 162 Wilson.JamesR . — 361 Wigley. David I III- (62 Wilson. |oel W - (21 Wildes. BrendaG — (62. 120 Wilson. John C Jr — 16 Wiley. Cheryl R — 162. 120 Wilson. Julie A — HI. 161 Wilkerson. Demecia R — .162 Wilson. Karen M — 133, 161. " : Wilkerson. Pacita S — .162 Wilson. KathenneJ —161 Wilkes. Peter 7, — 145. 321. 68 Wilson. Kathleen — (63 Wilkins. Debbie D — (21 Wilson. Linda M — 161 Willett. DouglasS —162 Wilson, Mary B — 218 Williams. Andresv M — (21, 19- Wilson. Mary L —131 Williams. Beniamin B — 153. 162 Wilson. Patricia 1 —361 Williams. Beverlvn I — 162 Wilson. ShemeG — 121 Williams. Carols nS ' — (62 Wilson. Teresa K — 161 Williams. Clifton I —362 Wilson. Terrv A —321 Williams. David W —153.321 Windes. Judith A — 121 Williams. Eva lover — 562 Windham. Brenda G — 1 18 Williams. Freddnck — 162 Windham. Jimms R — 321 Williams. Harold E — 162 Windham.John C — 363 Williams. Henry M —362 Windham. Steve C — 141, 321 Williams. JaniferY —162 Windsor. Fe-lix C — 363 Williams. Jerry C — IV Windsor. Halbert L — 363 Williams. loelL —162. 129 Wingard. Pegajv A — 133. 363 Williams. Joel W — 242. " 6. 52. 109. 149. 362. 79. Winslette. Wade T —121 113. 100 Wise. Bruce L — 163 Wise. Lisa A — V.l Wisham. Christopher— 121.91, 110, Withennglon. Dean V — 161 Withers. Go, M Winner. Wanda E — 111. «,t Wood. Dale I Orothy M - 161 food.! Wood.Jan, Wood, (errs M — 9 ? Wood, lohn M -r.elia 1 — (21 Wood. Veven ' R — l ' «. (6 Wcdall R 9 (61. 161 Woodird. Deborah I. — (63 Kathy I. — (63 Woodham. Mar,, a D — 365. 159 Woodham. Teresa D — 521 Worthington. Debora — 111 Wouiers. Frank D lr — 363 Wright, DeborrahS — 113. (6( ■ IwardL III — 161.200 Wright, MarilynS — (6( Wright. Tamms C — 161 Wuru Larry T — (63 Wsarr. BrendaG — 111. 121 Wvnn. Rosemary — 161 Wynn.SueB Yancey, Eluabcth A — 561 Yancey. Ruth — 161 Yarbrough. Mars E — 161, 72 York. James S —363, 205 Ynumans. NanCJ C — 161 Young. Cynthia A — 363 Young. Gregg R — 121 Young. John N. — 321. 120 Young. L.Walt — 321 Young. Michael H — 147, (63 Young, Robert L — 161 Youngblood. Clifton — 563 Youngblood. Douglas — I ( • Youngblood. Pamela — I 15. 121 Youngblood. Ronald E — 161 Youngblood. Susan E — 73 Za.hry. DeniseK — 161, 120 Zdundzyk. Paul T — (21 Zellmer. Stepcn M — 363 Zieher. Deborah H — 161 7.immerman. William T — 121 Zvtka. Su anne M, — 363 399 Another Palladium has been completed and will now be added to the many other volumes that tell the history of Troy State University. Like every other yearbook in the country, we tried to include the nation ' s bicentennial, but not so as to make it the dominant feature in the book. This book will mean something different to each student, but to the staff who produced it, it is the result of a lot of hard work and solutions to problems we thought would never be solved. Of course, all the problems are never solved, but hopefully the book will in years to come, bring back the " good ole days " at TSU. There are many people involved in the making of a yearbook at which time I would like to acknowl- edge. To the fantastic library crew of James, Steve, Kenny, Ron, and Beth Ann, I say thanks for all the rush jobs and for always coming through. I ' ll never know how you did it all. To Ann Hart, a special thanks goes out for designing our cover and to David Kerner for the excellent art work done on our division pages. To Gary Stogner, Mr. Hall, and the entire University Relations, I thank for all the sports and valuable information we received from you. Recognition is also due to Kenny Wilder and Jim Robbins of Taylor Publishing Company for their expert advice and su ggestions. I also thank Mr. McGhee of National School Studios for doing the class pictures, coming back to re-do them, and for giving me the experience of crutches when I broke my toe while trying to operate the camera. Thanks also goes out to the many people who helped us on their own time in alphabetizing pictures. To Dean Gibson and President Adams, I thank for your advice and guidance throughout the year. Last, but the most special thanks of all goes to my great staff and advisor, for without them, the book would still be in planning stages. To Dannylu, I thank for making the office so lively and for help- ing me cope with " all the problems. " To Bill, my business manager, I thank for all the great ads and to Ron, whom I finally got used to, I thank for a super sports section. To Sue, I thank for always doing all the dirty work we gave you so cheerfully. To Terry, I thank for hanging in there one more year and for not giving up when the going got tough. Special thanks goes out to Jacqueline for being the kind of advisor we all needed. Finally to all my friends, family and sorority sisters I owe a big thanks for always pulling me through all the rough times. As I end my two years as Editor, I leave with the thought of doing the job the best I could. My yearbook days are over and I can truly say that it has been an experience I will never forget. U I l Ji SS I £±£ i V 4 RAVES HA $ttt+ Sr ' i cj?es 400 r ■ ,s « I ■ ■ B , v ■ ■ ■ P » J ■ I ■ I ”
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