Troy University - Palladium Yearbook (Troy, AL)

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mm 1977 PALLADIUM Tro Slate I ni ersil Tro . Alabama olumc 6() Ron Pierce Associate Editors . . Jennifer Harhuck Susan Simimcn ill Business Manager . . Belli Sellers Ad isor . . . Art Editor . . . Ham Hammond Photographers . . Henr Koddam Ann (lockcroft pr a, . n % sfflfe. J J ¥ m t H ■HBHHHi BHB mi ■■■ ' ■■■ - ■ : • I Sen UK 1 f !»»» ' jflM n . (M. t . J -■ l 5 " V Iaiv fc w W ' TO ! ■ £ ■ ,7 B I l C?Ki Ar ' : 5 ■ im? 1 1 ? HHK ■ hffl ML ...I, ft- ' ■TV 17 TABLE OF CONTENTS Features 21 Sports 63 Campus Life 123 Greeks 167 Organizations 221 Faculty 277 New Additions 321 Classes 329 Advertisements 393 POLICY STATEMENT State L ni ersit is an equal opportunity institution and as such does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, or nation al origin in any of its programs including admission of students mp!o ment The University complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 19 7 2. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred by employees to the Director of nnel 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. STEVE SAYLER: Phi Eta Sigma — Sec. . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Outstanding Jr. in School of Business . . . SGA — Title IX Athlet- ics Committee . . . 3 yr. Football Letterman . . . Academic All- GSC Player. . . Most Valuable Player — TSU vs. Tenn.-Martin. DEBBIE BENTON: Angel Flight — Treas. . . . Spires . . . Omi- cron Delta Kappa . . . SGA — Senator, Chrm. Constitution and Entertainment Committees . . . Senator at Large . . . Alpha Delta Pi Social Sorority Scholarship Chrm. . . . Sigma Pi Social Fraternity Little Sister ' s Pres. . . . Assoc, of College Unions-ACU-I Conference Delegate . . . Panhellenic Delegate for Union Board . . . Union Board V. Chrm. and Chrm. . . .Study of the Pres. Seminar, Wash- ington D.C. — Delegate . . . 1976 Ingall ' s Award Committee. Steven Sayler Dehor a Benton LISA BRANCH: Spires — Pres. . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Arnold Air Society — Sec. . . . TSU Karate Club — Sec. and Pres. . . . SGA — Senator, Chrm. of Educational Resources and Political Affairs Committees . . . Senator of the Year ' 76 . . . Hamil Hall — Pres. and V.P. . . . BSU Puppet Ministry. m§ Wf Mr mm Lisa Branch Ron Pierce Deborah Meadows RON PIERCE: Sigma Delta Chi . . .Sigma Chi Social Fraternity . . . 1977 PALLA- DIUM Editor . . . Tropolitan Reporter . . . Baseball Letterman . . . All-GSC Baseball Player . . . Intramural Basketball . . . Omicron Delta Kappa. DEBBIE MEADOWS: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . German Club . . . Challenge Life . . . Chi Omega Social Sorority Sec. . . . Sigma Chi Social Frater- nity Little Sister. S Colleges and Universities GAIL PRESTWOOD: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Psi Lambda - Sec. . . . S«„ ial Rehab Cluh . . . Damr Club. ANNE WOODRL FF: Kappa Delia Pi . . . Gamma Beta Phi ... Phi Bc.a I .amMa - Hist. . . . SNEA. _ Pres. . . . Gamma Beta Phi Omi. toii Kappa Delta Lambda Alpha Epailon . . . SGA — Senator. Clerk. Traffic Appeals Committ . . . IFC. . .Theta Chi Social Fraternity — Pres. V - ff, ' .IV ' ' " TH • " v Gail Prestwood CHRIS WISHAM: English Cluh . . . HPER . . . SCEC ... Psi Lambda SGA — Senator. Traffic Appeals Committee . . . House Council Rep. . . . Challenge Life . . . AAHPER . . . ASAHPER . . . USTCA . . . Track and Field news correspondent. CONNIE TARDIFF: Sigma Alpha Iota Music Educators National Confer- ence . . . Tau Beta Sigma . . . Rigo- letto Opera ... Collegiates . . . TSU Band. Anne Woodruff 4 43 JOHN MALUDA: Gamma Beta Phi . . . AAS — Pledge Trainer Veterans Cluh . . . SGA — Public Defender . . . Intramurals — Football. Basketball . . . Softball ROTC Leadership Award. Chris Connie Tardiff John Wisham Maluda v ;lta rvappa . . . Argonauts " Man for all Seasons " . . . l wiiXIAMS: Gamma Beta rni — rres. . . . umir . . . Alpha Psi Omega — V.P. . . . BSU — Vespers Chrm. . . . " Man for all Seasons " . . " Charlie ' s Aunt " . . . " Fantasticks " . . . Pied Pipers . . . Best Supporting Aetor — " Char lie ' s Aunt " . . . Alpha Psi Omega — Scholastic Award, Award for Technical Theater Excel lence . . . Argonauts — Leadership Creativity Award. Nancy Edgar Susan Fuller NANCY EDGAR: Sigma Tau Delta . . . Sigma Tau Delta Sec Gamma Beta Phi . . . Kappa Delta Pi. SUSAN FULLER: Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Sigma Tau Delta . . . Dames Club — Pres. . . . Trojan Eye . . . TSU Band. Joel Wayne Williams MARILEE CATALANO: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Tropolitan . . . Varsity Volleyball, Basketball . . . Coach ' 76 . . . Volleyball Manager . . . Certified Student Trainer . . . SGA — Justice . . . Girl Scouts . . . MENSA . . . Whitt Lee Memorial Award Committee. MARCIA GRISWOLD: Psi Chi — Prrs. . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Sigma Tau Delta . . . Arnold Air Society . . . AFROTC — 1st and 2nd Honors Ribbon . . . Officer in charge of Pike Manor Project — AFROTC. DEBORAH JACKSON: Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . Pi Kappa Delta . . . TSU Delegate Team — V.P. . . . SNEA . . . Ala. Speech Theater Assoc. Assoc. Director of TSU High School Debate Camp and Tournament . . . debate tournament finalist. Marilee Cafalaiio Marcia Gr is wold Deborah Jackson » A Dorothy Butts Phyllis Tompkins DOROTHY BUTTS: Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Social Rehab Club. . . Challenge Life . . .Chi Alpha. . . Troy Heart Fund Chrm. PHYLLIS TOMPKINS: Kappa Delia Pi — Hist. . . . HPER . . . ACEI Shackelford Hall Judicial Board . . . Heart and Cancer Fund Worker. Richard Cole RICHARD COLE: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Arnold Air Society Sigma Delta Chi . . . SGA — Justice . . . Tropolilan — Awt. K.I. and Reporter . . . AFROTC Basketball . . . Veterans Clul. . . . Anchorman — TSU Nightly News. David Jacobs y I f)i Larry Spicer DAVID JACOBS: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Sigma Delta Chi . . . Omicron Kappa Delta . . . SGA — Senator. Elections Committee . . . Delta Chi Social Fraternit) — Rec. Sec. and Rush Chrm. . . . Tropoli- tan . . . Intramural Football, Softball. SUSAN BUTLER: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Angel Flight — Sec. . . . Gardner Hall House Council . . . Student Director — Clements . . . Challenge Life . . . Alpha Gamma Delta Social Sorority . . . Sigma Pi Social Fraternity Little Sister . . . Collegiate Singers. LARRY SPICER: Gamma Beta Phi Kappa . . . English Club — Pres. . AFRO Club — Pres. . . . TSCO — Pi — Senator, Constitution Committee . Kappa Alpha Psi Social Fraternity . Pipers. hi . . . Omicron Delta . . Phi Lambda . . . Pres. and V.P. . . . SGA . . . House Council . . . . . AFROTC . . . Pied V I t Susan Barr SUSAN BARR: Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . .. Phi Kappa Phi . . . Kappa Delta Pi — Sec. . . . CEC — V.P. . . . YARC . . . Omieron Delta Kappa . . . Spires . . . Homecoming Court " 76 . . . SGA — V.P., Entertainment Committee . . . Phi Mu Social Sorority — Pres., V.P. . . . Tsu Cheer- leader . . . Outstanding Freshman Woman 74 ... Pi Kappa Phi Social Fraternity Little Sis- Joseph Jordan Elizabeth orst Michael Canfield JOSEPH JORDAN: Argonauts — Pres. . . . Beta Beta Beta ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Omieron Delta Kappa . . . Spires . . . Arnold Air Society . . . Dill Apartments — Res. Man . . . Sigma Chi Social Fraternity — V.P. ELIZABETH SCHNEIDHORST: Omieron Delta Kappa . . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . AFROTC . . . German Club . . .SGA — Senator. Parking Committee . . . Hamil Hall — V.P. . . . Dill Hall Rep. . . . Challenge Life . . . Chi Alpha . . . Nursing Home Project. Fellis Morrow Sonia McDonald MICHAEL CANFIELD: Argonauts . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Omieron Delta Kappa . . . Beta Beta Beta . . . Beta Sigma . . . SGA — Senator, Parking and Constitution Com- mittees . . . Adams Center Union Board ... Pi Kappa Phi Social Fraternity . . . AFROTC — P.O.C., Asst. Materials and Finance Officer . . . Alpha Delta Pi Social Sorority Big Brother. FELLIS MORROW: Arnold Air Society . . . House Council . . ROTC Newsletter . . . AFROTC — Asst. Personnel Officer. Special Projects Officer, Asst. Administration Officer. SONIA McDONALD: Kappa Delta Pi . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Sigma Tan Delta . . . SAEA . . . SNEA . . . Veto . . .TSUBand — Sec.-Treas. . . . Open Workshop Orchestra. GEOFFREY SPANN: Argonauts . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Omicron Ka| |ta Delta ... Phi Eta Sigma . . . Spins . . . SGA — Senator, Fac ulty-Studenl Relations Committee . . . Delta Chi Social Fraternity — Social Chrni.. Corr. Sec . . . TSU Head Cheerleader . . . Student Mem- her Title IX Committee. DEBORAH DYSERT: Kappa Delta Pi — Pres. . . . Gamma Beta Phi CKC — Treas. . . . SNEA . . . ACEI . . . House Council ... Chi Alpha . . . Challenge Life . . . Baptist Children ' s Home Tutor. . ' MOIV Garni V.P. YAR Jo Ann Lindsey JO ANN LINDSEY: Sigma Tau Delta . . . Kappa Delta Pi. MONA BISHOP: Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Kappa Delta Pi . Gamma Beta Phi . . . HPER . . . SNEA . . . House Council V.P. . . . BSU . . - Challenge Life . . . BSU Softball Team . YARC. Mona Bishop Sonja Geoffrey Spann Deborah Phillips Dysert Kathryn Ketchum John Stein ba u er Ttf V ' t jkt w ' l ■ - : T ■ ' i Off » fc l : : 9 el flfc " - f " i B H Jfr Ellen McGowin ■ Bt y ■ g£ KATHRYN KETCHUM: Spires . . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Beta Beta Beta. . . TSU Majorette . . . TSU Band . . . University Choir . . . YARC. JOHN STEINBAUER: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Arnold Air Society . . . ROTC Football. .EN McGOWIN: Spires — V.P.. . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . .Phi ipa Phi . . . Phi Gamma Nu . . . Phi Mu Social Sorority — Sec. . . . Theta Chi Social ternity Little Sister. Mary Frank Dailey Anthony Lazzara twinjg? Melodye Vergeson MELODYE VERGESON: Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Spires . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . SGA — Senator . . . Title IX Committee . . . Challenge Life . . . Alpha Gamma Delta Social Sorority — Pres. . . . Sigma Pi Social Fraternity Little Sister. % " £ MARY FRANK DAILY: HPER . Chrm. . . .Phi Mu Social Sorority SNEA . . . AEA Pledge Trainer . . . . Pace Hall Committee Alternate Cheerleader. ANTHONY LAZZARA: Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Student Advisory Committee for School of Business . . . SGA — Senator, Entertainment Committee . . . Delta Chi Social Fraternity . . . Varsity Football and Baseball . . . Head Coach — Charles Henderson High School 9th Grade Football Team . . . Tutor — Alabama Baptist Children ' s Home. Not Pictured WILLIAM APLIN: Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Argonauts . . . SGA — Assoc-, justice . . . Senator . . . Residence Hall — Asst. Director. Proctor . . . Theta Chi Social Fraternity . . . TSU Band . . . Collegiate Singers . . . Opera Workshop . . . " Tosca, " " Rigoletto, " " The King arul " " Faust. " ROBIN CALDWELL: Gamma Beta Phi . . . TSL Pre Club . . . Tau Beta Sigma . . . Spires . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Circle K. . . Tropolilan Ed . . . TSl Band. . .Collegi- ate Singers-. . .TSU Nightly News 1 . . . IngaH ' s Award Com- TIMOTHY CI Ml ZK: Gamma Beta Phi . . . Omicron Delta Kappa ... Phi Kla Sigma . . . Spires . . . German Club . . . American Chemical Society ... Pi Kappa Phi Social Fraternity . . . Football — 4 yr. Letterrnan . . . Captain — Livingston Game ' 75. 76 . . . AII-GSC Academic Team. LINDA HAVENS: Kappa Delta Pi . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . SCEC . . . YARC . . . Madrigals . . . Female Lead in Opera — " Faust. " CYNTHIA Mi INTYRE: Kappa Delta Pi . . . GanVma Beta PI.,. . .SNEA. Everette Laird Ann Coppedge EVERETTE LAIRD: Phi Alpha Theta — Pres. and V.P. . . . Gamma Beta Phi . . . Spires — See. . . . Kappa Kappa Psi . . . Arnold Air Society . . . Omicron Delta Kappa . . . Faculty-Student Relations Committee . . . Political Affairs Committee . . . Ingalls. Bicentennial and Graduation Committees . . . TSU Band . . . Sec. and Pres. of TSU Council of Honor Societies. ANN COPPFDGE: Phi Kappa Phi . . . Kappa Delta Pi . . . Gamma Beta Phi. . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Phi Gamma Nu . . . Baptist Children ' s Home Tutor. Lyceum Series Presents WILLGEER with Michael Wilson 30 31 CAST OF CHARACTERS Hal Will Collins Madge . . . Debbie Crew Millie .. .Yvonne Albee Flo Nancy Taylor Alan Steve Holt Mrs. Potts Nina Nail Rosemary ....Caroline McManus Howard . . .Tony Martin Bomber Howard Blomberg Irma Bridgette Crumpler Christine Sandra Hickman - i PICNIC 33 Ami w ▼ t Sh 3|i!|j . i ' ' • , i , iil ;; ' 3iira|f i 1 i ' fl « i I B ' IT 4 • ; « W lL " ' i ft n 34 HOMECOMING 1976 Homecoming Queen 36 czn nitci 7homa± 1st Runner-up 2nd Runner-up Aetna J.onz± 3rd Runner-up 1 l ■: .m difd M CHARLIE DANIELS and WET WILLIE CONCERT November 4, 1976 t A CAST OF CHARACTERS Lil ' Abner Daisy Mae . . . . Marry in ' Sum . Pappy Yokum . . Mammy Yokum . . . Steve Kean Rocky Jarman . Don Freeman . . .Ben Turner .Susie Shoman Earthquake McGoon Chris Hasty Appassionato Von Climax Debbie Crew General Bullmoose Jim MeClellan Moonbeam McSwine Denise Ritter 40 Lil ' Abner ilUUtlMl LiUVtKNMtIM I PRESENTS A 3 MONDAY, JANUARY 24,8 P.M. SARTAIN HALL 17 00 ADVANCE 8.S0 AT POOR X tm ' , ' ' ' v- t " " . r - » o fi o- I »■ » r,ll .1;; s I s i £2 7 dLy JBtyf ■ ' !■... ' ■ ■ ■■ ... ■ ' ■ M ■ : ' - ' " ■■■■ . 3r ' ' S r H = ii I 1 I ■ ■» U n i 1 ft i Mi, 1 A iliS M w V-i ; II ■ m II ' 1 £ 8 V 1 m . I ■ ; ; : " ' - " ' . » B ' jrty ' r::?? " ' ' ' " " ■ ' ., " ■ . 44 On February 26. 1977 Miss Chen I Biggs was crowned Miss Troy State University. Cheryl, a junior, was sponsored by the Sigma Chi Frater- nity. For her talent she performed the theme song from " A Star Is Born. " " Evergreen. " The night ' s excitement did not end with the pag- eant — when Cheryl returned to her room her sorority sisters welcomed her with hugs, tears, and toilet paper. The Miss Troy State University Pageant is the culmination of man,y hours of hard work and practice. Behind the scenes are the stage crew, the Palla- dium staff, and the girls themselves. Previous to the Pageant there is a tea given by Mrs. Ralph Adams, preliminary judging, and personal interviews. 46 47 £Z£±CL axztzon X it. - mtt fi _ r-.B J» »•■ " ] J- ■ — fj + f - c ' ' cttznt Viant 50 51 s7. P, ' aujcina BeU ( l ickC J Lcz ZECir h v 7 uHiWI TSU Dinner Theater: BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE CAST OF CHARACTERS Jill Tanner Bridget Crumpler Don Baker Keith Lindsay Ralph Austin Wil Collins Mrs. Baker Nancy Taylor 56 ORLEANS and Gene Cotton 57 Catch a Rising Star 58 Eli 59 Don Giovanni Leporello . . . Don Ollavio . Maseto Commandant Donna Anna . Donna Elvira . Zerlina . Steven Mashhnrn Phil K.ll.y . Donald Freeman . . . Thomas Brown Chris Hasly ... Linda Havens ... Mary Swindle .... Beekv Foster »V t t ti A)t- f s Oo 1 1 . » m 1976-1977 FOOTBALL CHAMPION BASKETBALL CO-CHAMPION CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPION TRACK CHAMPION BASEBALL RUNNER-UP GOLF RUNNER-UP TENNIS 4th PLACE (TIE) 65 THREE IN A ROW!!! Front, LR — Richard Pipkin, David Shilling. Standing, L-R — Jim Eastman, Ed Palmer, Andy Whitener, Dave Sutherland, Gary Funkhouser, Tom Larkin. Trojan Cross-Country Team Takes GSC Title Once Again The 1976 Fall Quarter at Troy State was well remembered because of the GSC Championship that was won in Football. But, do you remember hearing that the Cross-Country team onee again finished on top of the GSC also? Well if you remembered that, did you know that it was the third GSC Championship in a row for Coach Doc Anderson ' s team, and also that the Troy Cross-Country team has won four out of five titles since the conference was formed in 1971. Teammates Richard Pipkin and David Shilling will graduate this year leaving the future hopes of the team to AII-GSC members Ed Palmer and Gary Funkhouser. No doubt the loss of those two members will be felt, especially with Pipkin being named to the GSC team twice, in four years. Taking wins from Division I teams is not something new for Troy State Cross-Country teams. Defeating much larger schools, such as Florida, Florida State and Auburn, the team once again won the NAIA District 27 meet and qualified for the finals in Salina, Kansas. 66 76-77 ALL-GSC BASKETBALL BASEBALL Carl Hollis (F) David Felix (G) Randy Rand (3B) Ron Pierce (P) CROSS-COUNTRY GOLF Gary Funkhouser Ed Palmer Ronny Mobley Don Reese TRACK FOOTBALL Terry Clark (Discus) George Harris (1600 m. Relay) Willie Pieketl (400 Meter) Roy Houlton (1600 m. Relay) David Anthony (800 Meter) Rodell Turner (100 Meter) Joe Jones (400 M. Hurdles) Perry Griggs (SE) Charles Pickett (DT) Tim Tucker (LB) COACH OF THE Y EAR Charlie Bradshaw — Football John Anderson — Track 68 Kncvling. LR — Gary Funkhouscr, EH Palmer, David Anthony. Terry Clark. Standing. LR — Coach Anderson, Roy Houlton. Randy Rand. Ronnj Mobley, Tim Tinker. Don Reese, George Harris. Willie Piekell. Joe Jone. Charles Piekell. Rodell Turner. Ron Pierce. Perry Griggs. Not Pictured — David Felix. Carl Hollis. Coach Charlie Bradshaw. ,;!;; . . :;• " . ■ ;.■•■.■.... iy;!-i| ;;;; TSU CHEERLEADERS T.t T - Frwi — Pal Parker. MiildL; L-R — Davida Enfinger, Terri Sprague, Tamura Si Rob Darnell, Rick Samlrello, Runni(; Browning. ■ - .- F Barbara Findley. Back. LR — Rol Aekrrman, Bennie Bu.tliee. G V4 jkAS } Mm P?- S- jfi •i ' v ' -- ' - ■ IP t J B - z sS ' f V msamsa W ' trwM K P ■pgk.JHC g iq ' •ivmm ' m ! ?TK- - T v A 4r $ IT ' S ALL IN A STATE OF MIND " IF YOU THINK YOU ARE BEATEN, YOU ARE; IF YOU THINK YOU DARE NOT, YOU WON ' T, IF YOU LIKE TO WIN BUT DON ' T THINK YOU CAN, IT ' S ALMOST A CINCH YOU WON ' T. IF YOU THINK YOU ' LL LOSE, YOU ' LL LOSE, FOR OUT IN THE WORLD YOU ' LL FIND SUCCESS BEGINS WITH A FELLOW ' S WILL IT ' S ALL IN A STATE OF MIND. FOR MANY A GAME IS LOST ERE EVEN A PLAY IS RUN, AND MANY A COWARD FAILS ERE EVEN HIS WORK IS BEGUN. THINK BIG AND YOUR DEEDS WILL GROW, THINK SMALL AND YOU ' LL FALL BEHIND, THINK THAT YOU CAN AND YOU WILL, IT ' S ALL IN A STATE OF MIND. IF YOU THINK YOU ' RE OUTCLASSED YOU ARE; YOU ' VE GOT TO THINK BIG TO RISE YOU ' VE GOT TO BE SURE OF YOURSELF BEFORE YOU CAN EVER WIN A PRIZE. LIFE ' S BATTLES DON ' T ALWAYS GO TO THE STRONGER OR FASTER MAN BUT SOONER OR LATER, THE MAN WHO WINS IS THE FELLOW WHO THINKS HE CAN! ■ V • . ♦.. j ■ ' r ■N: ■ ., •« 1 1 hS 1 1 z Sm-t IF YOU CAN KEEP YOUR HEAD WHEN ALL ABOUT YOU ARE LOSING THEIRS AND BLAMING IT ON YOU, IF YOU CAN TRUST YOURSELF WHEN ALL MEN DOUBT YOU. BUT MAKE ALLOWANCE FOR THEIR DOUBTING TOO; IF YOU CAN WAIT AND NOT BE TIRED BY WAITING, OR BEING LIED ABOUT, DONT DEAL IN LIES, OR BEING HATED DONT GIVE WAY TO HATING, AND YET DONT LOOK TOO GOOD, NOR TALK TOO WISE: IF YOU CAN DREAM — AND NOT MAKE DREAMS YOUR MASTER; IF YOU CAN THINK — AND NOT MAKE THOUGHTS YOUR AIM, IF YOU CAN MEET WITH TRIUMPH AND DISASTER AND TREAT THOSE TWO IMPOSTERS JUST THE SAME; IF YOU CAN BEAR TO HEAR THE TRUTH YOU ' VE SPOKEN TWISTED BY KNAVES TO MAKE A TRAP FOR FOOLS, OR WATCH THE THINGS YOU GAVE YOUR LIFE TO, BROKEN, AND STOOP AND BUILD ' EM UP WITH WORN-OUT TOOLS: IF YOU CAN MAKE ONE HEAP OF ALL YOUR WINNINGS AND RISK IT ON ONE TURN OF PITCH-AND-TOSS, AND LOSE, AND START AGAIN AT YOUR BEGINNINGS AND NEVER BREATHE A WORD ABOUT YOUR LOSS; IF YOU CAN FORCE YOUR HEART AND NERVE AND SINEW TO SERVE YOUR TURN LONG AFTER THEY ARE GONE, AND SO HOLD ON WHEN THERE IS NOTHING IN YOU EXCEPT THE WILL WHICH SAYS TO THEM: " HOLD ON! " IF YOU CAN TALK WITH CROWDS AND KEEP YOUR VIRTUE, OR WALK WITH KINGS — NOR LOSE THE COMMON TOUCH, IF NEITHER FOES NOR LOVING FRIENDS CAN HURT YOU, ALL MEN COUNT WITH YOU, BUT NONE TOO MUCH; IF YOU CAN FILL THE UNFORGIVING MINUTE WITH SIXTY SECONDS ' WORTH OF DISTANCE RUN, YOURS IS THE EARTH AND EVERYTHING THAT ' S IN IT, AND — WHICH IS MORE — YOU ' LL BE A MAN. MY SON! Rud ar l Kipling TROY STATE WINS A Winning Season Ranked 6th in Final NCAA Poll When Troy State University went football coach hunting last November, one criterion was to find a man who would return the Trojans to national promi- nence. Charlie Bradshaw was the pick. Championship and national prominence were the results. " Back in December it seemed impossible that we could be rewarded like this, " Bradshaw said on a cold November 13 night in Jacksonville, Ala. He had just witnessed his team ' s final stride toward the 1976 Gulf South Con- ference championship. The 19-16 victory over arch-rival Jacksonville State was the crowning glory to the University ' s best football record since 1969. But the climb wasn ' t an easy one. It started on the road, a 38-9 victory over NAIA power Angelo State University in Dothan, and ended away from friendly Memorial Stadium. " We can thank hard work, dedication, and great leadership from a super bunch of seniors for our success, " Bradshaw said. " We spent a lot of long hours to accomplish our goals and I couldn ' t be prouder of our players for their dedicated effort. " Blasting Angelo State was the first of eight victories during the year. The only blemishes were a 10-10 tie with Western Kentucky, the 1975 NCAA runner- up, and 21-7 loss to Southeastern Louisiana. Both occurred on the road. The loss to Southeastern was the only stumble along the path to the confer- ence championship. With an 76 GSC TITLE 8-1-1 Record 77 Bradshaw will readily point out that the foundation for this year ' s championship season wasn ' t built in August. It started in January when there were no crowds or fanfare. It was a lonely beginning. January was when the players and coaches set their sights high. Then the toll of an off-season program started. But the bene- fits of lifting weights and running started to show during the spring and carried through to the fall. After his team reported to pre-season practice in mid-August, Bradshaw assessed its condition: " I ' m pleased with the overall condition of the squad and it appears that our players dedicated themselves to their summer conditioning program, " were the words that first day. Assistant coach Jay Jeffcoat said that same afternoon, " We appear to be physically in as good a condition as any team I ' ve ever been associated with. " With the cold days of winter and hot August afternoons behind them, the Trojans opened their season in Dothan. Bradshaw shocked the visiting Texans in his first appearance as TSU ' s head man. Next was Western Kentucky. A crowd of 16,750, the largest to ever see a TSU team play, packed WKU ' s stadium. Many tears were shed after the 10-10 tie. " We felt we could have won it and I thought our kids played a whale of a game, " Bradshaw said afterward. Soccer kicker Randy Yancey booted a 42-yard field goal with no time remaining the following week to lift the Trojans to a 17- 16 victory over Alabama State. " We showed a little class out there, " a relieved Bradshaw told sportswriters after the game. Class, the magical five letter word, was soon to become characteristic of Bradshaw ' s first TSU team. Nicholls State was the victim of a 14-9 Trojan victory the following week and the nation ' s pollsters started raising their eye- brows. After Nicholls it was Livingston. A capacity crowd turned out for the Trojan ' s first appearance in Memorial Stadium. The Trojans responded with a 17-9 win over a team that had advanced to the NCAA quarter-finals last year. Now Troy State had the nation ' s attention. The Trojans entered their sixth game of the season ranked fifth in the NCAA, the highest rating ever by that eommittee for a TSU team. But Southeastern Louisiana spoiled all that by scoring two touchdowns in the final three minutes in a 21-7 upset. When the Trojans left Louisiana that night they had a new purpose — win the rest and forget Southeastern. Delta State brought its hopes for a GSC title to Memorial Sta- dium only to have them shattered. TSU rallied late for a 29-20 win. Earlier that afternoon, Livingston had knocked off South- eastern Louisiana, putting the Trojans back on top in the con- ference. Bradshaw ' s team would never lose that spot, although it remained in jeopardy until the final week. After Delta, the Trojans travelled to North Alabama and put together the finest offensive show at that point on the sched- ule. TSU brought a 17-3 victory back to Troy. The win jumped TSU to 10th in the NCAA. 60 81 - «i 82 Homecoming rolled around and brought with it a visit by Mississippi College. The offense improved its performance from the previous week. Ten thousand Trojan fans, including Gov. George Wallace, watched TSU chew up MC to a 38-6 tune. The win over Mississippi College jumped the Trojans to eighth in the NCAA poll. A dreaded trip to Jacksonville would be the final game of the year. TSU had not won a game in Jacksonville since the 1968 NAIA champi- onship team routed JSU 31-0. The Trojans took an early lead but had to fight back in the third quarter when JSU went ahead 14-13. Three goal line stands were made by the Trojan defenders, and the offense came back with the final touchdown making the score 19-16. Tears appeared in the dressing room again, but for a different reason. Bradshaw moved about the locker room and shook every hand and hug- ged a lot of necks. The final NCAA poll lists the Trojans sixth. For the first time in history, the university ' s name appears in that association ' s final top 10. History was made again when the conference trophy came to the Davis Field House for the third time. No other GSC school has won two foot- ball crowns since the league was formed in 1971. The man behind it is a man with a purpose. One player who wished to remain anonymous said it best after the Jacksonville State game. " I was ready to give this game up until Coach Bradshaw talked to us for the first time back in January. He offered us a challenge but he told us we would have to sacrifice. He gave us a purpose and a new meaning. All of a sudden, the game meant something to me again because he showed us he cared about each and every one of us. " By Gary Stogner Sports Information Director 83 VISITORS D5 TO GO OTR 1976 TROJAN Offensiv and Defensive Mai k lllll Mi . • |t..v 1. i, i il lloll.m.n ■I.-. IN. kill H„l S;lil .n M.i.l . I ' i.k.ll |..x Carllmi l-.i Ni. k Max. nil. U.,,1 Ill ■ lull ..I William- Mai .,1,1 Will i:ini 1 ,K,,i It,. linnl-un U,l| .h s |t„l. I ' :lll.r I ,.-.l VtVan 1976 TROJAN Gucsl Speaker, Tommy Be . iM ' I! ■ FOOTBALL BANQUET Prwcnlatioii of 1976 Ki I pat rick award to Tim Cumuze. b John Lam- kin. fci . x iw? ' TROJAN BASKETBALL Reaches Finals in NCAA Regional Sitting, L-R — Terry Baker, Marvin Sales, Paul Bussman, David Felix, Murphy Brown, Randy Wood. Standing, LR — Coach Wes Bizilia, Carl Hollis, Marvin Hall, Joe Ray Durham, Jim Means, Dale Wood, Louis Faison, Jim Downs, Mgr. Tim Curvin. Hollis, Felix Lead Team to 11-5 Season in GSC 1977 was a year for Troy State University Basketball records to be broken. Seniors Carl Hollis and David Felix ended their college careers in a manner that a lot of players only dream about. Both Hollis and Felix were named to the all-GSC team once again, Hollis for the fourth time and Felix for his third. Junior, Marvin Sales was named to the sec- ond team in the GSC, while leading the team with the highest field goal per- centage of .563. After gaining entrance into the Regional Tournament, TSU defeated Lincoln Uni- versity of Missouri, 81-75 but were beaten by UNA in the finals, 77-70. " We accomplished one of our main objectives this year, " said Coach Wes Bizilia. " And that was to win the conference. We could of been more successful this year if we had won a couple of games that we played close; which would have given us a great year. " DAVID FELIX: Three time all-GSC team member . . . honorable mention all-America recognition by the NAIA . . . ranks third in TSU ' s all-lime leading scorers . . . 1,469 career points ... set records in assists and steals, 625 and 270 respectively ... set records in seasons totals in both categories, 201 and 57. . . HOLLIS, FELIX, WOOD DALE WOOD: Although hurt much of the 1977 season, he had a .492 field-goal average . . . free-throw average was .647 . . . shoot- ing average for the year was 8 points a game . . . game high against Middle Tenn. with 19 points . . . CARL HOLLIS: Only player in GSC history to be named to that team four times . . . also received honorable mention all-America recog- nition by the NAIA . . . 1977 leading scorer ... set records in three categories, points, field goals and rebounds, 1.747, 789 and 1,124 respectively . . . 95 , NATIONAL CHAMPIONS TWICE IN A ROW Most teams only dream of winning a National Championship but to even think of winning two in a row; well that is just something that is not to he thought about. The Trojan Golf Team led by Cleve Coldwater and Ronny Mobley and not to mention Coarh Mike Griffin, can now tell everyone it was no dream. Defending their 1976 National Title successfully, the team held onto their lead in the final round of action on the Padre Island. Texas Golf Course towin by nine strokes. Coldwater who led going into the final round of action, lost in sudden-death playoff to Arkansas-Little Rock ' s David Thornally for the Indi- vidual Medalist honor. Thornally sank a 60 foot birdie putt on the first hole of sudden-death, to edge out Coldwater. Senior and four-time All-American Ronny Mobley, finished third in the National Tournament. Both Mobley and Coldwater qualified to compete in the NCAA Division I National Tournament. Randy Hedgecock, Don Reese and David Dougherty completed the five-man team that went to the National Tour- Placing second in the GSC tournament behind champion, Nicholls State, the Trojans went into the Tournament as highly favored to repeat as National Champions. Well it is a sure bet that the Nation has awakened from a dream, into reality, after the Trojans have won their second National Championship. T m . ♦ . - « c ' ? 98 99 Kneeling. LR — Srott Ewing, Mike Watson, Steve York, Rick Hanauer. Standing, L-R — Coach Watford, Richard Betts, Rick Warden, Rock Warden, Ken West, Darby Brooks. FOUR FOR FOUR Tennis Team Goes to Nationals For the fourth time in four years, the Troy State Tennis team went to the NAIA National Tournament. Coach Luck Watford ' s team had an impressive 15-8 overall record and ended up fifth in the GSC. Although placing fifth in the Conference, the team went on to win the District 27 meet for the fourth time also. Midway through their schedule, they had a winning streak that consisted of 10 wins. During this streak they beat the University of South Alabama, Jacksonville State Uni- versity, and the University of North Alabama, twice. V INTRA- MURAL! , w,r W ,A ™% r t ft . Of ' • Ij 1 A ■ L f i i FlU iHfcP i lm Mff, ' 1 : " ■ 1 FOOTBALL Delta Chi BASKETBALL — Afro Clubs SOFTBALL — GDIs ■ k. k ' •n 1 I mtmmm mt mmmamm ■■■■ iilL JUL ■BHBHm •i WOMEN ' S TEAMS GO INTERCOLLEGIATE Tennis Team Wins State and Goes to Nationals TENNIS L-R — Coach Lurk Watford, Kathy MePhcrson, Joan Johnson, Sue Strick- land. Ellen Thomas, Nancv Dansbv, Christy Flinncr. In her first year as Coordinator of Women ' s Sports at Troy State, Coach Joyce Sorrell has taken both the Basketball and Volleyball learns to state tournaments. The Women ' s Volleyball team had two of its players named to the slate ' s all-star team, Katie Byrne and Martha Shipman were given these honors after their team competed in the tournament in Auburn. On the basketball court, the women got as far as the AIAW Regional Tournament, before being eliminated. Seniors Jane Shulsen and Debbie Bruce were named to the all-state basketball team. Shulsen, who was named to the team for the second consecutive year, made the learn as a forward. Bruce was named as a guard. Finishing the season with a 16-10 record, the women only allowed an average of 60 points a game to the competition, while scoring an average of 75.2 points themselves. After winning the state level of competition, the Women ' s Tennis Team competed in the AIAW National Tournament. Freshman Nancy Dansbv finished the season with a 17-3 singles and 14-1 dou- bles record. Sports for Women here at Troy State should in the years to come, be of very tough competition, to the teams they play. 104 VOLLEY- BALL Front. LR — Karen Bnant. Debbie Bruce. Cind Wilson. Pam Morris. Bark. LR — Martha Shipman, Nanc Grcgorious, Kari Slowers, Kati ' B rne. Rene Burroughs. Joan Dean. Janice Boykin. BASKET- BALL LR — Kari Slowers. Char Henderson. Charlene Hill. Jane Shulsen. Jean Sims. Marilee Calalano. Wanda Smith. Nanrj Dansby, 105 Shauna Kroen. Debbie Bruce. 106 107 108 no GSC CHAMPIONS First Time Ever 1977. is a year to remember, in Troy State University Track history. Not only did the team win its first ever GSC-Title this past year, but it sent eight mem- bers to the NCAA Division II, Championship Meet in Fargo. North Dakota. In that meet Bernard Amber placed fourth in the Triple Jump; Richard Pipkin placed sixth in the 3000 Meter Steeplechase and Willie Pickett finished fourth in the 400 Meter. After competing in the national meet; Amber, Pipkin and Pickett were named All-Americans. In the GSC Meet held on the Troy State campus, the Trojans placed seven members of its team on the All-GSC team. They were: Terry Clark, Discus; George Harris, 1600 Meter Relay; Pickett, 400 Meter; Roy Houlton, 1600 Meter Relay; David Anthony, 800 Meter; Rodell Turner, 100 Meter; Joe Jones, 400 Meter Hurdles. 1977 was the Year to remember, but could 1978 be a better year to remem- ber ' . ' ' - £ f - a p) , ,c I !■.! Row. LR — Nelson Summerlin. Mgr.. Willi.- Pickett, Euguene Fortune. Richard Pipkin. Roy Houlton. (Capt.), Rodell Turner. Ken Baurcnsfield. Da id Shilling. David Anthony, Nchimiah Johnson, Mgr. 2ntl Ron: LR — Jim Eastman. Ed Palmer. Joe Jones. George Harris. Anthony Jenkins. Bernard Amber. Clarence Richardson. Tom Larkin. Andy Whitener. 3rd Ron: LR — Terry Clark. Tyrone Fergeson. Lamuel Harris. Walley Long. Da id Banner. Ponnis Brooks. Ricky Sullivan. Donald Jackson, -kh Row. LR — John Schweror, Ed Wright. Pat Madden. Da c Sutherland, Gary Funkhouser. Clay Cunningham. Marc Lovell. Ill V; 1 ■ HP r Am . r i t 1 f m 41 nt -_ : . i i J NCAA POST-SEASON PLAY • Trojan Baseball Team Receives First-Ever Bid Receiving a bid for the first time ever, the Trojan Base- ball team competed in NCAA Post-Season play. Competing in the NCAA Regional Baseball Tournament in Jacksonville, Ala., the team played the first and third rated teams in the Nation. Losing to eventual win- ner Eckerd College 15-5 in the opening game, the Trojans then lost to number one rated Florida Southern, 3-2. In the loss to Southern, Troy State had the lead 2-1 going into the ninth, but a two-run homerun put the Moccasins on top. In the GSC Eastern Division race, once again the Tro- jans finished second behind the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State. Finishing with 9-5 record in the GSC and 19-13 record overall, the Trojans only lost the race by a half-game. Third Baseman Randy Rand and Pitcher Ron Pierce, were named to the all-GSC team. Pierce who was named for the second consecutive year, finished the season with an 8-4 record and a 1.80 Earned Run Average. Rand finished the season batting .271, with 22 runs batted in and seven homer- uns. With the entire infield returning and all but one out- fielder, the Trojan Baseball team should have the experience to win the GSC next year. " 115 f-Jl m m Firsl Row, L-R: Mike Oliver, Mark Combs, Kenny Gilmore, Rick Johnston, Jack Tinkler, Roper Reasoner. Mgr. Ted Bullork. Second Row, LR: Johnny Crawford. IVle Parkins, Roherl Donnelly, Cooter Swanson, Tim Coady, Ronnie Reasonover, Larry Knight, Mark Bazzell. Third Row. LR: Coach Hollis, Donnic Elsbcrry, Ron Pierce, Mike Carmichael, Tim Long, Randy Rand, Mike Williams, Mike Johnston, Mark Jackson, Coach Jeff Vardo. 116 17 TROJAN JOYCE SORRELL Coach of Women Athletics LUCK WATFORD Tennis Coach JOHN CREER Asst. Track M, GODWIN uale Assl. him ATHLETIC STAFF «. WES BIZILIA Head Basketball Coach +tiH JIM TOMPKINS Asst. Football r.S I « LARRY TARVER Slmlrnl Asst. Football MIKE GRIFFIN Golf VIC KING Asst. Football CUCHIN P STATf TERRY HENNINGER Student Asst. Football L JOE HOLLIS Head Baseball, Asst. Basketball JOHN ANDERSON Track, Cross-Country CHAN GAILEY Asst. Football JAY JEFFCOAT Asst. Football KtM JEFF VARDO Student Asst. Baseball GARYSTOGNER Sports Information Dir. 1 I V GOLF TENNIS BASKETBALL Pinehurst 8th Sam ford L TSU OPP 1 Rolling Hills M-M 1st Tuskeegee Institute W 70 North Georgia 73 3 Alabama Intercollegiate 2nd Alabama State W 77 Birmingham Southern 67 | 1 Gulf Coast Int. 1st Columbus College L 69 Mississippi State 87 1 Colonel Classic 1st Morehead (Kentucky) L 94 Alabama State 111] 1 Southern Jr.-Sr. 2nd Delta State W 57 University Georgia 64 1 Troy M-M 1st Belhaven College W 70 Morehead State 74 Olympia M-M 1st Millsaps College L 76 Jacksonville State 74 1 GSC MEET 2nd Southeastern Louisiana L 67 Middle Tennessee 88 1 NAIA District 27 2nd Nicholls State L 76 Murray State 102 3 Willow Point 1st University of South Ala. W 71 Livingston 58 1 Spring Hill College W 63 Alabama State 61 Jacksonville State W 69 Florida State 83 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPI- Univ. of North Ala. W 80 Delta State 70 ONS Huntingdon W 75 Nicholls State 70 i 1976 and 1977 Jacksonville State W 55 Southeastern Louisiana 45 Alabama State W 60 Tennessee Martin 56 Tuskegee Institute W 67 North Alabama 64 Huntingdon w 87 Jacksonville State 85 Univ. of North Ala. w 70 Mississippi College 74 GSC 5th 68 Mississippi College 70 NAIA District 27 W 82 Livingston 78 Columbus College L 81 Oglethorpe 56 Univ. of South Ala. W 92 Delta State 78 Samford L 71 Southeastern Louisiana 62 NAIA Nationals 85 Nicholls State 87 78 Tennessee Martin 80 78 North Alabama 84 81 Lincoln University 75 70 North Alabama 77 NCAA South Central Region 120 FOOTBALL TSUOPP 38 Angclo State 9 10 Western Kentucky 10 17 Alabama State 16 14 Nicholls State 9 17 Livingston 9 7 Southeastern La. 21 29 Delta State 20 17 North Alabama 3 38 Mississippi College 6 19 Jacksonville State 16 GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE HOMECOMING 8-1-1 TRACK Alabama, Notre Dame, Kansas — 3rd Princeton, Ohio University — Unscored Florida Relays — Unscored Troy Relcfys — 1st Auburn, Furman — 3rd Universitv of Florida — 2nd GSC MEET — 1st University of Ga. Invt. — - Unscored NAIA Nationals — Arkedelphia. Ark. BASEBALL TSU OPP 1 Jacksonville Univ. (Fla.) 4 2 Jacksonville Univ. (Fla.) 1 6 Austin Peay State 2 2 Marietta (Ohio) College 1 16 Monmouth (III.) College 13 11 Huntington (Ind.) College 8 3 Huntington (Ind.) College 2 4 Shorter (Ga.) College 6 Shorter (Ga.) College 4 5 Univ. North Alabama 5 Univ. North Alabama Florida State Univ. 8 2 Florida State Univ. 6 2 Livingston University 1 2 Livingston University 5 1 Jacksonville State Univ. 8 3 Jacksonville State Univ. 2 7 Huntingdon College 4 2 Univ. Tennessee — Martin 1 11 Univ. Tennessee — Martin 8 2 Georgia Southwestern 8 Livingston University 2 1 Livingston University 3 Jacksonville State Univ. 2 Jacksonville State Univ. 9 1 Auburn University 4 5 Georgia Southwestern 2 3 Univ. of Mississippi 12 2 Univ. North Alabama 3 5 Univ. North Alabama 5 Eckerd College 15 2 Florida Southern 3 NCAA Regional Tournament 19-13 121 m : i:x OWFUC m Couc tte . . . RwtbcM Ga . . . Ckming . . . Cound of tk Qcuih . . . Cfa ses . . .PmV to. . . Qun ldu . . . R Zitt . . . QuOup . . Parites . . . P iLfUig . . . Qtudetds iRjGYCPtfe UNn Rcnr w WM » " -H I ,1 T- » ' u rfi H MgMKj ten -TV villi M I t : ■ ' . 126 Lines . . . WaiiUig . . . Piusfoattou . . . OuesitotiS . Do tDo Nwb. . .Rtitog. . Cfasses. . . .Wkodb 127 H --——:.--- •-vL t-«t« Li-i m 1 •41 T i ■ •a gfgSfN 91 g»; i: • i ' ■ s «, c m 7976 Homecoming Week begun this year with the TROY STATE SPIRIT Everyone participated in the building of lawn decorations and many signs were placed, throughout the campus. The week was an exciting, yet busy one. Besides float building, there was the big name concert which featured Charlie Daniels. Truth also vis- ited Troy Stale once again. The pep rally proved a suc- cess with the spirit which filled the stands. When Home- coming day came, the work was far from over. The Delia Kappa Epsilons were chosen as the winners of the lawn decoration. Miss Cheryl Biggs, sponsored by Sigma Chi.; was crowned queen at halftime -activities. Her cotirl; included: Jaha Jones, Anita Thomas, and Beverly: Joncs; The day proved to be an exciting one; as the TtfOyiState football team beat the Choctaws of. 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Uetn Ues . . . 165 9 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL The Panhellenic Council is comprised of representatives from each sorority. Its objectives are to strengthen relations within the sorori- ties themselves, work more closely with IFC, and maintain relations with the University as a whole. Emphasis was placed this year on scholastics, with the Panhellenic Scholarship Trophy being awarded each quarter to the sorority with the highest grade point average. Four members attended the Southeastern Panhellenic Conference at Louisiana State University, bringing back with them many prog- ressive and workable ideas. Panhellenic is looking forward to an exciting and innovative rush this fall. ( 7V_ _ KMl Panhellenic President: Connie Bryan Row 1 — Cindy Fetter, Wanda Wallace, Lisa Moore, Sheila Sanders. Row 2 — Connie Bryan, Pres.; Ramona Kyzar, Vice Pres.; Susan Culpepper, Treas.; Kathy Sistrunk, Sec.; Jennifer Harbuck, Maria Morris, Advisor. 170 INTERFRA TERNITY COUNCIL The liiterfratcrnity Council of Troy State University consists of one representative from each fraternity, plus all of the fraternity presi- dents. The council strives to carry out its objectives which include, promoting good relations among the fraternities; plus promoting good relations with the University and Community; discussing ques- tions of mutual interest and promoting good scholarship. The IFC achieves these ends through the means of regular meetings, sponsoring Greek Week with Panhellenic, attending the annual Southeastern Interfraternity Conference and maintaining an open rapport with City and University officials. A £Jj MJ mmm IFC President: Joel Lee Williams Seated, Left to Right — Kevin Murphy. Treas.; Joel Lee Williams, Pres.; Albert Lawrenee Crawford III, Vice Pres.; Lynn Rambert. Jr. Standing. Left to Right — Frank Espy. Terry Baker. John Rupp. Brad Dunning, John Stark. Keith Wells. Paul Bussman. Jay Garraway, David Felton. M. K. Virkers. IFC Advisor; Martin L. Smith. Not Present — Mark Smith, Mike Powell, Dale Shoupe, Dave Skukalek, Jerry Burkette, Steve Ellison. Grey White. 171 Delta Chi Sweetheart Si«;ma Chi Sweetheart IK ■ r ' SilraaiPi Sweetheart . : m m r v -»Hv — Delta Kappa Epsilon Bel HHh v Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl 1 - " i Pi Kappa Phi Rose J £nCiz WiLLiami Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart Su±an-Jool£ ' heta Chi Dream Girl Greek Life 174 vXW 175 MR. AND MRS. GREEK Mrs. Dorothy Adams was nominated for Mrs. Greek 1977 by Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Mrs. Adams has supported and encouraged the Greek system as the official hostess for Troy State University. She has been named to Who ' s Who in Alabama, Who ' s Who in Women of the World, and Outstanding Personalities of the South. Mrs. Adams is a member of Alpha Delta Pi and serves as an alumna. Gar Lee Stogner, nominated by Theta Chi fraternity was named Mr. Greek 1977. He is currently serving as Sports Information Director for Troy State University. He was a member of Theta Chi fraternity at Troy Sta te and presently serves as an advisor. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities and also Outstanding Personalities of the South. 177 173 Adcock, Richard Bonner, Rick Browning, Ronnie Clayton, Jeff Cook, Andrew Dejernette, Reuben Dotson, Fred Ellisor, David Ellisor, John Ellisor, Steve Fernald, Bruce Graham, Alan Hale, Roy Halliday, Aloysius Hollis, Andy Howell, Mark Johnson, Bill Johnson, Greg Johnson, Joe Kessel, Bill Mancil, Ron Kyear, Marcus Masalanka, Marc Meeks, Tommy Mitchell, Steven Mixon, David Murphy, Kevin Nelson, Danny Paredes, Luis Parker, Dan Parker, Rick Purta, Michael Reddock, Lewis Roberts, Pat Reichle, Scott Rupp, John Smith, H. R. Smith, Mark Spader, Mike Stanley, Jim Stevens, Stacy Stubblefield, Scott Theta Chi 179 Arthur, Mike Bailey, Travis Baker, Billy Beverly, Robert Bruce, James Burkett, William Campbell, Rod Collins, Charles Daniels, Dan Espy, Frank Horng, Dennis Hunt, James Jones, Gary Luster, Danny Mithen, Scott Moody. William Pinkard, James Reynolds, Ted Robinson, Daryl Sears, Russell Skipper, Gene Taylor, Jimmy Tyler, Mark Williamson, James 180 Ta u Kappa Epsilon 181 Baker. Sid Blair, Tommy Bowden, Robert Carpenter, LaVaughn Chancellor, Merlin Colvard, David Croy, Don Davis, Dave Dees, Bubba Degenhardt, Craig Deitsch, Jeff Evans, Kim Ferrell, Jerry Griggers, Donnie Grissette, Don Lane, David Marchant, Jim Martin, Robert May, Tim McKenzie, Mike Newman, Alan Sandretto, Rick Self, Ed Shoupe, Dale Simpson, Forrest Stidnick, David Tynes, Harold Walker, Chuck Whitney, Pat Marrs, Bill; Advisor Sherman, Eugene; Advisor Williams, James; Advisor 182 Sigma Pi 183 Ackerman, Jim Argenti, Mike Armstrong, Cliff Biggs, Shawn Blount, John Bracewell, Robert Bradsher, Jim Brook, Jimmy Bryan. Tommy Burdershaw, Kevin Butler, Webb Caraway, Joey Carmichael, Mike Carter, Paul Cashwell, Buddy Cooper, Ken Day, Mike Edwards, Ron Ferranti, Steve Golden, Rick Grabusky, Steve Hamilton, Steve Hammond. Harry Hopkins, Eddie Home, Kenny Hulsey, Barney Johnson, Clifford Johnson, Gary Jones, Tom Jordan, Cliff Jordan, Joe Kaiser, Randy Kelley, Whit Knox, Ken Lamp, Rocky Ledbetter, Buddy Marks, Darwin Mathis, Howard McKinley, Steve McRae, Randy Mullins, Larry Myers, Marshall Parrish, Rickey Parrish, Ronnie Perry, Drick Pierce, Ron Powell. Mike Retherford, Ronnie Rhodes, Mike Roberts, Wayne Robinson, Rodney Roddam. Henry Rodgers, Randy Shaull, Greg Smith, Kruse Smith, Mark Sparks, Drew Startt, Kevin Stringfellow, Dale Thompson, Cheney Walker, Bill Whigham, Greg Wilhoit, James Williams, Joel Williamson, Dusty Wilkinson, Todd Gibson, Don; Advisor Sigma Chi Baker, Terry Bass, Reginald Beard, Larry Belcher, Van Black, Danny Blackmon, Kenny Bowden, Cecil Canfield, John Canfield, Mike Carmichael, David Clenny, Gene Collier, Clive Cooper, Tommy Cumuzc, Tim Davis, Kussell Drew, Rory Dubose, Ricky Dunning, Brad Felix, David Fielder, Glen Freeman, Bill Hargrove, Tony Hawkins, Danny Hickman, John Hughes, Bill Hughes, Ronnie Johnson, Paul Jones, Johnny Landers, Mark Lee, Filz Long, Wally Lumpkin, Tommy Manley, Ricky McDonald, Jim McReynolds, Barry Madd ox, Robert Moreman, John Nelson, Greg Nix, Tommy Oliver, Steve Owens, David Owens, Donald Page, Jerry Parkins, Pete Phillips, Guerry Ray, Tom Riley, Victor Schwerer, John Scott, Jay Stagner, Paul Swartz, Dean Swindle, John Tatum, Mark Theriot, H. R. 186 III! ' Thomas, Joe Tuberville, Dayton Vickors, Charles Ward, Randall Pi Kappa Phi J F ' I i»ls sai " Mil ' -j LLLULll 1 1 1 1UII1II U.l III 1ILII11LUI ' inililiiiiimiiiiiiminni Mllllllllll ULLLLUl J I HI 1 1 1 1 1 IJLJJLUUIULJUU Pi 1 Phi Adams, Barry Annis, Jeff Bilbro, Randy Combest, Gene Crawford, Al Culpepper, Bobby Culpepper, Woody Dailey, Jim Davis, Hiram Doglione, John Doyle, Mike Driggars, Charlie Favor, Gary Fernandez, E. T. Harper, Joe Hedstorm, Tommy Hendrix, Tommy Holloway, William Holmes, Robert Holt, Steve Howard, David Jackson, Tim Lavender, Doug Mathews, Tom McCormick, Don McDaniel, John Mcintosh, Mark McKenzie, Gil McKinnon, Jim Miller, Gary Nacasawa, Ken Neideffer, John Patni, Karim Powell, Bob Richardson, Paul Romero, Carloo Ryals, Rick Smith, Marty Smith, Ken Starkie, Eddie Starkie, Robbie Straughn, Steve 188 Talley, Ken Wheeler, Ron Wilkinson, Glenn Windsor, Felix Young, Robert Lambda Chi Alpha 189 Austin, Michael Boswell, Sherwin Felton, David Henderson, Walter Jenkins, Andrew Lewis, Gerry Lovett, Harold Myrick, James Oliver, Charles Rainey, Timothy Rambert, Lynn Reed, Robert Solomon, Jerome Spicer, Larry Thornton, Joseph Varner, Leon Vasser, Larry W ard, Michael Williams, Freddrick 190 Kappa Alpha Psi Arrighi, Billy Boyd, John Brady, Roger Bussman, Paul Carroll, David Cassibry, Kent Dansby, Cornilious England, Charles Fina, Dave Garraway, James Gillespie, Mark Gillis, Rod Graham, Steven Green, Dave Houlton, Roy Ishee, Jeffrey Marsh. David Morr, David Nettuno, Vincent Payne, Thomas Roundtree, Michael Shilling, David Sylvia, John Wasden, Harold 192 Delta Kappa Epsilon 193 Ackerman, Rob Adkins, Charles Archer, Pat Banks, Charles Boutwell, Danny Burnett. Tully Busbee, Benny Butler, Mark Calhoun, Ken Dagostin, Scott Dahn, Rick Daly, Lynn Daniels, Keith Darnell, Rob Davis. Max Destito, John Domizio, Michael Downing, Danny Ewing. Scott Floyd, Lang Gardner, Tommy Goings, Lawson Gray, Jerry Griffin, Scott Groce, Jerry Griffin, Dallas Haster, Mike Heitzman, Randy Holmes, Steve Hughey, Phillip Ingram, Mike Jackson, Dale Jacobs, David Johnson, Jim Karp, David Kelley, Eddie Kelley, Dennis Ketcham, Sandy Kilpatrick, Scott Lane, Rick Latta, Forrest Lazzara, Anthony Manuel, Mike McGree, Tim Moore, Michael Nichols, Nick Owens. Bobby Pepper, Buck Posey, Jim Register, John Rigdon, Charles Rodgers, Jim Sanders, Ralph Slater, Doug Smith, Craig Smith, Randall Spann, Geoffrey Spann, Richard Stabler, Richard Stark, John Stockton, Rickey Stoveall, Steve Watts, Bob Delta Chi iWMKX ' l - ' » ' 195 Adams, Pam Akin, Liz Albee, Yvonne Arata, Kim Baker, Debbie Benefield, Shelia Bowers. Becky Boyd, Janice Chappell, Deborah Clark, Sandra Crews, Ann Crew, Debbie Crittenden, Debra Daily, Hank Desmond, Julie Fannin, Susan Fogarty, Julie Fryer, Clara Groce, Tammy Godwin, Debbie Goray, Sherri Graham, Ginger Harrelson, Jackie Harrison, Teresa Hegler, Sherri Hemphill, Donna Horn, Pam Ingram, Cindy Ingram, Patricia Jones, Jana Johnson, Lynn Kendrick, Jo Ruth Ketchum, Kathy Killingsworth, Donna Kyear, Romona Layton, Linda Lee, Libby McGowin, Ellen McMillan, Teresa Marshall, Gay ' .e Mathews, Kari Meeks, Deborah Mitchell, Larita Moore, Lisa Nail, Nancy Noble, Susan Paul, Besty Payne, Kathy Penn, Pam Peterson, Peg Powell, Charlotte Sanders, Kerri Sawyer, Jamie Sexton, Sherry Sjoslrom, Gretchen Southall, Joanne Tatom. Meg Tidwell, Debbie Turner, Jo Anne Walker, Gayle Whitaker, Marochetta Wright, Denise Yancey, Ruth Phi Mu A Anchors, Dawn Blackmon, Barbara Brannon, Darlene Brown, Debra Brown, Jana Bryan, Connie Calhoun, Barbara Carroll, Ellen Carroll, Lottie Castleberry, Chris Chastain, Nece Colley, Helen Crawford, Ginger Duff, Nancy Elmore, Debra Ensley, Cathy Fetter, Cindy Gillian, Gina Green, Susan Gulmonde, Gayla Haisten, Cindy Herndon, Sherri Hughes, Connie Johnson, Jeanie Jones, Beverly Jones, Linda Libbey, Nancy Manry, Hellen Manry, Sarah Marshall, Kathy Martin, Debbie Massey, Cheryl McCullough, Anna Miley, Lynn Moses, Susan Newman, Dale Newman, Janet Owens, Lisa Owens, Deb Owens, Ginny Park, Carol Park, Karen Park, Sharon Parker, Susan Perez, Pat Phillips, Kay Powers, Mara Sanford, Julie Schock, Debbie Sharpless, Lisa Smith, Kathy Sprague, Terri Taylor, Lynn Tedder, Ginger ■ 00@S 198 I _.., Kappa Delta 199 Copeland, Linda Epps, Janice Flowers, Liz Hammond. Anitra Harris, Yvette Hunter, Gwendolyn Hicks, Lavoria Jones, Ethal Kyser, Linda Mathews. Shirley Reynolds, Robin Robinson, Carrie Robinson, Marilynn Robbins, Barbara Russ, Brenda Smith, Wilma Stringer, Elizabeth Thomas, Anita Watlers, Yuntrill 200 Delta Sigma Theta 201 Armour, Joyce Bailey, Shirlon Bray, Besty Compton, Sabrina Ellis, Rachel Estes, Belva Floyd, Kaye Galimore, Pam Goemaat, Liz Griffin, Jane Henderson, Dottie Hussey, Kim Kendrick, Gena Kravitz, Lynne Little, Liz Marler, Sherry Meadows, Debbie Nix, Jeannie Ogle, Jo Ann Rodgers, Ann Senn, Wendy Smith, Lucrecia Ward, Gwen 202 ... Chi Omega 203 Armstrong, Teresa Beard, Robin Bice, Vicki Biggs, Cheryl Bridges, Beth Butler, Amy Butler, Susan Campbell, Judy Cooper, Jo Anne Cooper, Kathy Coulter, Lynda Creswell, Barbara Culpepper, Susan Einfinger, Jan Estes, Tricia Foreman. Allodia Gibson, Melanie Gabel, Deborah Green, Donna Grimes, Sandie Grimes, Susan Guy, Tricia Hamrick, Jorine Harris, Susan Hayes, Leslie Henderson, Debbie Henry, Kathy Hinger, Beth Hood, Terrica Houston, Debbie Jeffries, Susan Jerkins, Theresa Johnson, Lynda Johnson. Mitzi Kickleter, Kathy Lowe, Shelia MacNeil, Laurie Marsh, Kathy Mathiews, Beverly McDonald, Dianne Menzen, Anita Murphy, Michelle Pentz, Tammy Pentz, Teresa Persons, Becky Phillips, Karen Phillips, Trina Reeder, Robin Rigdon, Karen Sanders, Debbie Sanders, Shelia Sandlin, Anita Seifried, Kim Sherrill, Donna Simmons, Becki Singley, Lisa Spivak, Leslie Spooner, Kim Stumpe, Susan Taylor, Kathy Tucker, Sabrina Vergeson, Melodye Wall, Marci Wheeler, Nancy Williams, Kim Wilson, Peggy 204 Alpha Gamma Delta 205 Allen, Nancy Anderson, Debbie Anderson, Jo Karen Antley, Carole Batchelor, Bebe Benton, Angela Benton, Debbie Brooks, Jane Burge, Beverly Canfield, Celia Carter, Jann Cooke, Caye Currenton, Merrie David, Donna Davis, Mona Davis, Susan Day, Carol Duncan, Mary Elliott, Carolyn Enfinger, Carol Etheridge, Donna Eunice, Charlotte Farrar, Melanie Fiser, Barbara Gill, Bunnie Gill, Myra Hail, Kim Harbuck, Jennifer Harrison, Miriam Hornsby, Lynn Hurt, Marsha Janasky, Nancy Jenkins, Shelia Jeter, Jan Kelly, Susie McPherson, Kathy Milner, Liz Myers, Belva Neudecker, Alita Newman, Kelly Oliver, Betty O ' Sullivan, Jane Pezent, Becky Rotton, Teresa Sambor, Donna Sauer, Stephanie Sellers, Beth Sistrunk, Kathy Thompson, Terri Wall, Kathy Wallace, Wanda West, Faith Wilson, Lisa . Alpha Delta Pi 207 DERBY WEEK 1977 Derby Week 1977, sponsored by Sigma Chi Fraternity, was held Spring Quarter. The events lasted four days during which the sororities participated in many activities and collected money for PARC. Tuesday night Phi Mu Sorority won the Chorus Line com- petition and Tammy Groce was crowned Derby Darling. TAMMY GROCE 1977 DERBY DARLING M 1 8$ 1 ' ' : ' ' • " ' ' ffiKJJB ___J iE ' BS mt 1 w 1 1 jfk 1 1 1 I n 9i tuuTJ rVrOfP onl 208 Phi Mus also won the spirit competition and the overall D -rl Tropin. Alpha Delta Phi won Derhs Da Events and Kappa Delta finished first in the mone rollcction. Derh Week aeti ities included painting of the low n. the dri e a paint, mud madness, and parties. The week was highlighted h a dance featuring Rahhilt Branch. 209 G W k 210 211 Chi Omega, Sigma Chi and Kappa Alpha Psi All Initiated Into Chapters This past year has brought three Greek organizations from eolony status into full chapters. Chi Omega Social Sorority, along with two Fraternities, Sigma Chi and Kappa Alpha Psi were given their charters during the year. With the addition of Chi Omega, Troy State Sororities now list six. Others on campus besides Chi Omega are Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Sigma Theta, Kappa Delta, and Phi Mu. Nine Fraternities are now on campus, besides Kappa Alpha Psi and Sigma Chi, they are; Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon and Theta Chi. ■ ■ I a « ■ i i i " TE THETA CHI SOAPBOX Won by Phi Mus 214 Sigma Pi Powder-Puff Football Phi Mus Take Trophy 215 MISS VENUS 1st RUNNER UP 1 977 Julie Sanford 2nd RUNNER UP Belva Myers 216 MISS VENUS 1977 MISS DA WN ANCHORS 217 SORORITY RUSH 1977 2 8 .. GREEKS! f 219 Student Government Association Lio R — Jana Jones — Secretan . Gar B rd — Senator-at-Large, Rock Jellison — President, Frank Espy — Vice President, David Seai ji — Clerk. Bo-Dog. The concept of Student Government has been with us for quite some time now and will remain as the years go by. With each passing year new groups of students try to use this medium in a manner that they feel, being duly elected representatives, is in the best interest of the student body. When Frank Espy and I decided to run for the offices of President and Vice-President we knew that there was a great deal of apathy among the students towards their S.G.A. Our number one objective this past year has been to alleviate this by showing the students that Student Government is a viable and working organization and that it can be an effective tool in voicing student opinions on policies set forth by the Administration. We have tried to achieve this goal by keeping the students informed, by all means at our disposal, and by keeping them informed we have been able to show them that accomplishments can be made through hard work and dedication. Some of the accomplishments that have come about during this year that I feel are important in that they indicate Student Government really works include the success of the Mini-Quarter, extension of library hours ; during finals, the out-door speaker system, enforcement of fire regulations in the dorms, initial groundwork for a state wide student lobby, and the i beginning of the Student syllabus and the student guide. To have a capable and potent student government at any institution requires many different areas coming together to work as one. First, you must have strong, effective leadership in ycur Executive Branch. Secondly, you must have an active and dedicated Senate. Thirdly, and most importantly, strong student support. But to gain that support, which in turn makes for a strong S.G.A., the students must feel that their S.G.A. is working in a diligent and unified manner. The Executive Branch, along with members of the Senate, have tried our best to gain this student support through our consistent and sometimes bizarre manner of behavior. Hopefully, some of you that have been with us this year will agree that it has been a good beginning towards a student government that is strong with student support and significant in its actions and with the election of Frank and Jana as your student leaders in the coming year I feel proud and confident that all our time and work was not ill-spent. 1 would now like to say thank you to some very special people who made the whole year go. Special thanks to my main man Frank Espy, Jana Jones — not a better secretary to be found and David " Clerk " Searcy. Progressive members of the Senate: Ms. Lisa R. Branch. Don Drinkard. Tommy Bryan, and Gary Byrd. ACUB Chairwoman Deborah K. Benton. Robin Caldwell and the staff of the Tropolitan. Mrs. Merle " Dragon Lady " Jernigan and all the student workers who put up with us, Mr. Marvin Vickers, whose guidance and understanding was immeasurable, and last but not least to all the students who gave us their support and confidence. ciLLiii Rock Jellison President S.G.A. 222 SGA Senate Slim tint; — Joel Williams. Mike Canficld. Mike Powell. Budd Ledbetter, Lang Floyd. Gary Byrd — Senator of the Year. Buddy Cashwell. John Canfield, Ka Swords. Cla Carna- llian. John Staples, Bah Watts. Forrest Latta. Seated — Tommy Bryan. Beth Sehneidhorst, Karen Crupper. Monta Godwin. Moll) Estes. Frank Espy — SGA Vice President. C.ndy Larson, Lisa Branch. Todd Wilkenson. Judv Campbell, and Keith W ells. 223 Standing — Bill Marrs, James O ' Neal, Joel Williams, Marvin Viekers. Seated — Helen Leverette, Terriea Hood, Sid Baker. Terri Reeves, Debbie Benton. ACUB Adams Center Union Board The Adams Center Union Board again produced a very popu- lar program of varied entertainment during the " 76-77 school year. The emphasis was, as always, on reaching as many stu- dents with as many activities as possible. Harold ' s Club Party, A Nite At The Races, Coffee Houses, co-sponsorship of CATCH A RISING STAR, plus current popular movies and old favorites brought the greatest participation in our short time here on campus. Fall Quarter, the Union Board hosted the annual Region VI Fall Conference of the Association of College Unions — Inter- national, the first time this conference- has been hosted by a school the size of Troy State. At the conference, Joel Williams was elected as the Alabama State Chairperson, the second con- secutive year for Troy State to hold that position. Debbie Ben- ton, this year ' s Union Board Chairperson was the Arrange- ments Chairperson. This spring, Debbie Benton, Alternate Assembly Delegate to the Student Staff Assembly, represented Troy State at the International Conference in San Diego, California. 224 Stantiinf!, L In R — Susie Shnman. Nanrj Ta lor. Stew Kean. Dr. Gerald Baxter. Lee Lowr . Will Collins. Ton Martin. DeMiie Crew. Sratnl — Dina Hall. Susie Dotson. Keith Calriwll. Bridget Cruni|)ler. Steve Holt. Joel Williams. Alpha Psi Omega National Drama Society 22i ACEI Association for Childhood 1 1 m 1 MMWN Wallers, Martha Thompson. Patricia James, Debbie Mixson, and Nancy Clark. Seated — Dr. Charlotte McCombs Advisor. Sharon West. Kaye Jinripht, and Susan Youngblood. TVrry Weatherford — President Gary Byrd — Vice President Belh Hinger — Treasurer Janice Boyd — Secretary Cindy Larsen — Reporter Deda Enfinper — Historian Jpha Lambda Delta National Freshman Scholastic Honorary • % , i A M h Collegiate Singers i rv - I i ■ik r » 23 .1 ■ fc : x -- i- ' fc T . !■• « T?sJ « ■ ■ - g v " 4 ' - ' mS ■ 1 1 » « ■ . -i . . . v , ' V 1 ? .• ' • • t V ' • j 1 1 ,. ' ■ ' V r-H • . JC - » X. 1 l j i • dLi • : m . ■ V - — - ' • . - | H ' ? 1 si ►»«! s - •♦A. :? tl ■ »» " " w k. £3 • " " M L i §1 H •» H ' + i w 5 ■» • 4 I ' : i P 1 I PJ L_ N ■ s v 4 ki._ W %ry- 7 , Madrigal Singers H,uk Hon. LR — Dr. Wm. Dcnison. Mona Jon,-. Wan. la Willis. Carolyn Boswcli. Nan ■ Ta ior. Kim Spooncr, Rarhari Johnson, Liliba Mc-H.-arp, L Slrwarl. Fnml Roic — Ed Self. Tien Willis. Grrg Harl e i . Mike Spivc . Turn Pawn-. Ken Spivry, Bill Baker. Lt-c Davis. r 229 Afro Row 1, L. to R. — Gregory Goosby — Vice President, Marilynn Robinson, Brenda Russ, Vivian McDaniels, Lesia Hollis — President, Ethel Warren. Row 2 — Ethel Jones — Treasurer, Chester D. Battles, Nancy Trammel, Nelson Summerlen, Yolanda Fortune, Eric Brooks. Row 3 — Elaine Bullock, Halbert Windsor, Mary Harden, Agatha Windsor, Jablonski Jackson, Mary Walters. Row 4 — Allison Lee, Jeanette Marshall, Christine Blount, Thomas Gosha, William Harden, Flora Bennett. Row 5 — J. Lewis, Ruth Holloway, George Edwards, Mary J. Griffen, Bernard Chaney, Bruce Driscol, Curtis Williams. Not Pictured — Carrie Robinson — Secretary. W Spires Senior Honorary M • i Wt Ktniuiiiii i tJ -r . ' «■ : ' ergenson, Jan Jeter, Tim Cumuze, Marcia McCrary, Barr. Kneeling. L. UJ R. — Lynn Hornsby, Kathy Ketcham. Ellen McGowen. Lisa R. Branch, and Everett Laird. Not Pictured — Geoffrey Spann. Argonauts The Argonauts, Sophomore leadership and serviee soeiety. seeks to play an active role in cam- pus activities, particularly at Homecoming. Its former members have occupied numerous pos- itions of leadership and scholarship in the SGA and other organizations, and its alumni include principals, executives, and other leaders throughout the area. Bii(k Center — Harry Hammond, and Mr. Arthur Coker — Advisor. Left to Right — Gary Favor, Scott Persons, Walter Koelin, Mark Gillespie — President. Jay Garawav, David Colvard. E. T. Fernandez. Steve Denham. Not Pictured — Bill Gregory, Larry Mullins, John Neideffer. Kerry Partridge, and Drew Sparks. 231 Aiigirl Flight is an honoran sen ice organization tl killing the progress " f AAS, and in so doing advance mole interest in the Air Force ROTC and the U:S. A Ahei " ! Flight is also devoted to serving TSU as officia hostesses, and to si , „ k — | ,,t Kiifili.-li - ( ' .oiniiuiiiilcr. (Jiiiiii Hut.li - flministruti i ' Officer. Calln .larno — 0|irr; Plrilfir Trainer. Major Rirliarilson — l i.-or. 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 var- ious activities which include supporting the Air Force ROTC program on campus, conducting hriefings for local high school students, assisting in selective motivational efforts and con- ducting extracurricular functions. Arnold Society u — . to ' " - to Front Row — Audrey Do " yle. Hugh Ivey, John Maluda. John Steinbauer, Lisa Branch, Fellis Morrow; Dick Cole. 2nd Row — Major Richardson,; Advisor, Larry Spicer, tarry Wurlz. Patrick Hanking, David Sutherland, James Shore, Greg Johnson, Karim Patni, Jiley McNease, Gene Blair, Ed Wilson. Scott Persons, Steve BoUrdeau, Albert Deese: $rd Rpii — Jeff Williams. Chuck James, Herb Cheatham, Mike Dantzer, Steve Denham, Cliff Armstrong, David Smelser, Ken Spivey, Ron Furr, Divid; Smith. kh Row— Paul Robbies,, Floyd Plash. Wall Loelln, P. K. White, Robert NeSmith, ReneeWilkerson, Terry Weatherford, Helen Trudell, Bill ' Gregory, Jim Eastman. ;!. ' ;: Air Force ROTC 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 mili- tary 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. Major James B. Phillips, Major Charles Richardson, and Captain H. V. " Scott " Sutton, began tours with Troy State ' s Air Force Detach- ment in the summer of 1976. These new officers helped boost enroll- ment to a record high of 165 cadets in the fall of 1976. Cadets Hugh Ivey, John Maluda, and Audrey Doyle won nationally recognized awards at an Area Conclave of the Arnold Air Society in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The quarterly corps newspaper, edited by Cadets Dick Cole and Lisa Branch, was chosen as the best from 147 Air Force ROTC detachments in the United States. Corps Commander John Steinbauer was chosen as the outstanding Air Force ROTC cadet in Alabama. Govenor Wallace honored him in a ceremony May 20, 1977. 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 dedicated and responsible leaders. Although one of the smaller universities offering Air Force ROTC, Detachment 017 of Troy State commissioned 22 cadets. This record number tied Troy State for eighth among universities nationally in the number of offi- cers commissioned in 1977. 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? Intramural Softball In one of many service activities, Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight members helped the physical plant prepare facilities for the Gulf South Conference Track meet. Bumping at the Ball! 1977 Military Ball, Adams Center Ballroom. 235 Beta Beta Beta Biological Sciences Honorary LioR — Mitch Purvis — Treasurer. John Destito — Historian, Janice Wood — President, and Joe Jordan — Secre- tary. ;;36 deal in the we , w „h the strong p()W „r- W w in e -; " M ' ,he love of God .. w ith lesus communi answ ers ,o liv Y, trough the Holy Spint e |oyP Chi Alpha is a campus minj nvship organization sponsored by the Assembly of God church. 238 Circle K The Circle K of Troy State University is a service organization spon- sored by the Troy Kiwanis Club. The club is active in many campus and civic activities during the year. ' .fated. L. to R. — John Newman — President, Eloise M. Fields — Treasurer, Tina Cook — Secretary, Mary Harden — Asst. Treasurer. Standing, L. to R. i)ianne Bryan, Dr. Luck Watford — Advisor and Henry Roddam — Vice President. Not Pictured — Al Dubose, Molly Estes, Kathy Sears, and Tommy Morgan. Teresa Brown, 239 Challenge Life Christian Fellowshi 240 CEC Council for Exceptional Children CEC is The Professional Organization of Special Education with membership open to any interested student. They pur- pose themselves with providing information and professional training to members. This year they co-operated with Youth Association for Retarded Citizens in a fund raising Dance- A- Thon. Bark Rou. Lto R — Jefferson Floyd. Beth Bridges. Connie Walker. Bobbie Thompson. Michael Floyd. Beth Deakins. Middle Ron — Susie Barr — Ser Treas. Sealed — Patricia English — Pres.. Cath Adkins. Mrs. Loveladly — Adv. V.P., Jan Ward. Shei ' a Gilbert 24! •• The 1976-77 year marks the Fourth Anniversary of the Troy State University Debate Forensics Squad. During this time, it has won 36 trophies in debate and forensics. The TSU Debate Program is comprised of the most . ' academically able students -at Trov. The TSU Squad won 14 trophies in tournaments at such schools as Florida State, Auburn, The Cit- adel, Mid western, Texas, and Middle Tennessee State. These trophies were won in competition with the finest schools in both the Southeast and the Southwest. The Squad also works to promote new and estab- lished programs in high school Debate. The Squad judged both Individual Events and Debate at the State Tournament held at the U. of Ala- bama in April. The Squad was instrumental in hosting TSU ' s annual high school debate camp and tournament. The culmination of the year ' s activities was TSU ' s first participation in the Speech Communication Association ' s International Debate Program. Celia Canfield and John Stark met Alan Drummond and Jeramy Hayes of the U. of Edinburgh, Scot- land, in Debate competition in Smith Auditorium in the spring of the year. ll m Hl » Back Row — Terri Reeves, Grare Malmberg, and Celia Canfield. Front Row — John Nieddiffer. John Stark, and Jeff Annis Phi Gamma Nu, Business Honorary P ' A ftiSmSrW • +%A .1 " 41 te | ' Hiy,:;] ..iit ' lp ! ' . ' :i ii;,:i ' " .! !• r i 1 ' , ' ■ ' : ' ' i ' .;•; . , ' ; :i •■• ' ■:, ' .,:■ ' ' $$ . NanVy!RV.yWoi lsViTdi ' H Mil Ar ' neller Ward - Historian. Marilyn Wright. Peggie Pearl. Ellen MeCowin. Beverly Hathcoek - Pres.. Terrica Hood - V.P., Virkir Brown ;%$ ShirloniBailey, herri Heeler i. " Ginny Owen; Gwn Ward. Cindy DeBardeleben. Sharon Reid, Fleta Gardner - Treas., Peytie Bowen, Beverly Saulsberry. Suzan Olive,. Sharon,lj,M( l at., LuiiWia S ' rtiirh; JoV h ' « ' IIL;|i|iiii,ra Sonnen.!l.yetta. Peterson.. Bartiara Killingsworth. Ann Coppedge. Dorothea Duke. f »:l;i!ii : i Phi Beta Lambda Business Students Organization Sfairil — Sluil.i I ' rii-r Sim- l.i " hlfool. SlilllilillL Coli V.l . Hr Calli) IVh-rson l ' i n l ' u l " iil. J:iiii-I kirn Koj..i .. Viiiii- W.mmIiiiII Hi- I Tami.-r Kr|t,n1rr. I.;irr S;i T.S.U. Veteran ' s Club Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity 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 affili- ation 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. Bark liou. I to R — Chuck Curtis, John Sylvia, Jay Garraway. John Creek, Tim Magee, Wayne Roberts. 2nd Row — Randall Moore, Hugh Ivey, Michael Day. Robea ScobfM Michael fawn, Or. Dean Allmon. 1st Rvu — Frances Parham, Betty MrCrory, Kath Neufeld, Patricia Scobie, Charlene Campbell. 744 Daviil Whiplo III 245 Dames Club L n " — Betty Houston Vi. ■ ■ President Suann Fuller President, Carol Brannon — Assistant, Katie Bozeman — Director of Nursing. Judy Grimes — Treasurer, and Cornelia Booker 2 .46 German Club Promotes Interest in the Cultural Aspects of Germany Lu R — Janet Jordan, Dana Smith, Kruse Smith, Victor Dickenson, Larry Bass, Sandy Renfroe. Robert Kampschmidt, Grace Malmberg, Mr. Peter Howard, Steve Roper, Steven Bourdcau. 247 Kappa Delta Pi Education Honorary Kappa Delta Pi is the oldest honor soci- ety on the Troy State campus. It is the Only organization honoring education ' stuilents at TSU. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high profes- sional, intellectual, and personal stand- ards, and to recognize outstanding con- tributions to education. Only juniors, seniors, and graduate students in the upper one-fifth of the academic rating are invited to membership. . ntat Deborah Dysert — President. Dr. Harare Nelson — Counselor, Charles Walker — Vice President. Phyllis Tompkins — Historian Reporter, ami Susan Barr — Secretary. ' Members of Kappa Delta Pi prior to 1977. wf i H i - j Vm ilr M ' flV m. A mm m Wk J 1 ' , . Mm ■ f B 4mfl 1 W « A SteJ r , New Members of Kappa Delta Pi. HPER Club Health, Physical Education and Recreation lerry Frrrrll JoAnn Ogle Delira Elmore Margie Downing Corny Dansliy Charles Walkf r Davi.l Williams Rick Sandrello Sherry Marie Rick Kravily Charles Oliver Mary Frank Daily Bill Davis Gordon Barron Tom Blair Ken Bauersficld Mitchell Sellers Terry Hollow-ay Mark Autrey Phyllis Tompkins Patty O ' Grady David Felix Ronnie Rutherford Scott Bfiimc r Jerry Burkcll Slan Lewis Kim Owens Griming Owens Jean Sims Beth Bcaslcy Clem Richardson Phillip Raines Thomas Norris Gaylc Gardner Tommy Blair Terry Sprague Gay li Killough Belva Estes Tommy Pike Pal Sullon Ben Know David Sewoll Lorraine. Johns Carolyn Davis Susan Tillery is.. Mar Frank Dailv — Scc. Trcas.. Rick Sai Gamma Beta Phi is an honor society which emphasizes service to educa- tion. Students in the top twenty percent of each class are eligible for mem- bership. Among the society ' s activities are the coke breaks — free cokes at fall and spring registration, and ushering at university related functions. This year the Troy State chapter was the host for the Alabama state conven- tion on October 16. Paul Bartley, TSU chapter Vice President, was elected State President for 1977-78. 250 Gamma Beta Phi National Scholarship and Leadership Society . Z, to ? — Thomas Keith — Pres. 77-78, Evelyn Livermore — Vice Pres. 77-78, Joel Wayne Williams — 76-77 Pres.. Vicki Prescott — Rec. Sec. 75-77, Cornelia Fryer — Corres. Sec. 76-77. Paul Bartley — 76-77 Vice Pres. Dr. Rosemary Canf ield — Advisor. Paul Bartley — State President — 1977-70. 25! International Student Cultural Organization International Students Cultural Organization is a club founded for both international and native students at Tro State I ni- vcrsity. The purpose of the group is to promote knowledge of world events and cultural understanding among students of the varied backgrounds attending the University II helps the international student to learn more about American traditions, customs, holidays and people: the local students meet people of other nations and learn about other cultures. Projects dur- ing the quarter include films, speakers at meetinj cars in the homecoming parade, and the beginning of a librarv of foreign travel information. All students, facility and staff are eligible for membership. Music Educator ' s National Conference Membership Albert Dubose Robert Lawrence, Jr Marcel ina Klutz Tony Kirkland Amy Savage Michael Farrar loseph Keating Jeff Sheffield Dwayne Pcppcts Robert Matthews George Beals Connie Tardiff Greg Harlzag Nancy Taylor Roger Knauff Kenneth Spivey Bill Baker Dane Lawley Patricia MeKinnon Linda Revel 1 Victor Dickenson Betty Bates Dawn Rodgers Susan Johnston Jeannie Armstrong Edward Self Michael Drew John McGill Sonja Phillips Michael Williams Jennifer Glenn Bill Metcalf Larr Snead Adviser: Mr. G. Truman Welch OFFICERS: President — Lee Grimes Vice President — Tony Surrency Secretary — Kathy Neese Treasurer — Carol Jones u 4 »ir r e M «: ■ % m . Zr. m I Lambda Alpha Epsilon Criminal Justice Association Lambda Alpha Epsilon is an association devoted to furthering professionalism in all areas of criminal justice. Membership is com- posed 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. " .. i i H — John R. Houston. Becky Broadwater, Niia Denton, Jean Watson — Secretary Treasurer, ll.iilii ' orlv. John J. Teres kienirz, Gerald Carter. Charles Edwards. Longshore — President. Rack Row. L. to R. — Mike Rhodes. Beverh Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Society Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honor Society, was founded December 3, 1914 at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia. The Society was established to recognize outstanding leaders, and to bring together exceptional students, faculty, and administrators on a basis of mutual interest, under- standing, and helpfulness. By definition; Society membership is highly selective, and only the most outstanding individuals are tapped. ODK members must possess leader- ship abilities in several areas of campus life. The Society places emphasis upon the whole person, both as a member of the college community and as a prospective contrib- utor to a better society. The Troy State Circle was founded in 1973. The Circle members are active in their indi- vidual activities, and collectively the Society sponsors a number of campus and commu- nity service projects. Bark Row. Llo R — Ron Pierce, Dr. David Dye, Mike Canfield, Cheryl Biggs, John Destito, Jennifer Harbuck. Keith Wells, Steve Kean. Debbie Crew, Hugh key. Rick Maxey, Susie Barr. Joel Williams. Col. W. K. Hennigan, Dr. Barnett, Richard Cole, Rick Stetson, Dr. Ralph Adams. Front Row, L to R — Geoffry Spann, Jim Brasher, Dean Gibson, John Canfield, Mrs. Jean Mar . Debbie Bruce, John Maluda, Rachael Ellis, Mrs. Ralph Adams, Lynn Hornsby, Kathy Ketchum, Dean Wood, Lisa Branch. Andy Whilener, Ellen McGowen. Jan Jeter. Jim Eastman. Evcrettc Laird. John Steinbauer, Dr. Norma Mitchell, and Dr. Joseph Mitchell. Dean Gary C. Branch — Advisor. 255 S.R.S. Club Social Rehabilitation Services -Mj The purpose of the SRS Club is to work with, and promote a closer relationship between the student and community pertaining to rehabilitation. The club provides services to the needy and handicapped in the community, and acts to stimulate students, and provide activities which will contribute to their growth in the field. Winter quarter speakers were sponsored to talk about such programs as Youth Courts, Food Stamps, and Drug Rehab. Spring quarter the club sponsored a Handicap Awareness Week. This week acquainted the campus with the architectural, psychological, and sociological barriers that the handicapped must overcome, and spoke to Troy community civic groups about making the city of Troy more accessible to the handicapped. T i k jj r ; 3— ■ i But A J BcU) Curler. Debbie Jordan, Mason Halarker. David Carnley. ft BoiinW .0 Ni-ul. Palriiia Smith. Member Absent From Photo — _. ,,.,, Mil Wri lov Neviman: Pan, Boyd. Linda Arnold. Franklin Drumheller. Alice Pincine, Wanda Whiiner. Jerry W.ll.ams. Adv.eor, - Mr. Wfclaoa, and Mr. Uavrd Adam Phi Eta Siema National Freshman Scholastic Honorary i : their freshman war of v ills who haw learl demon It nlcrsliii) altililu s arc rt a n lift-. ()nl Phi Ela Sijima was established al Tro Stale in Ma of 1974. Main of the Uniwrsih faeullv and staff nieinhers and student ped for meml ershi| since die ' chapter i mU It.,, I. «««. .hi l — Dr. Ralph Vilnius. I Van I Ki in. inl hiii ' iirr. (.iiiffrix S|i.iim. Dean (. ll.noU DuIiImI. iieii.-.CIiiMiiii!. hi Hon- — IVai (iiliMin. Kulii-n illi.ini- mli. Pal r«-ln-r. 2mt Roi ...„).• lu.K ( .in,,. I,rll.( ' A 4iJ JT I K, Mi,..l,U.-lli-..r. ililmi — ,l r- r liKvini) i. i.i S. «. ' l i -. k.iivii l.imi:: l-i ii r« -I I ..ill,. K ' li I. l.i-.rClmih,,. l ' -l.it,, r l. D.itii.l. Ki.li.ir.l Phi Kappa Phi National Scholarship Society Barbara Phillips Amnions Bcll Wise Armstrong Susan D. Barr Joseph Alfred Borland Peylie P. Bowen Michael E. Canfield Joe G. Carmichael Esther R. Conner Ann Coppedge Timothy K. Cumuze Gerald Davidson William D. Dean Keron F. Donaldson Lance K. Dyess Dehorah J. Dysert Nancy W. Edgar Rachel E. Ellis Christine French Janeth S. Gaullney Billy S. Graham Kalhy A. Grant Betty M. Greer Susan M. Griffin Marcia F. Griswold Amalie S. Harris Dehorah N. Jackson Paul S. Latham Jo Ann Lindsey Evelyn M. Livermore Susan L. Lockwood John R. Mackenzie, Jr. Emilie H. Martin Sonia L. McDonald Ellen McGowin Cynthia K. Mclntyre Michael D. McLinn Janet Wright Mynard John Edward Norris Vivia Peebles Valerie Lynn Perdue Beverly Powell Mary Vieki Preseolt Mitchell V. Purvis Marjorie Gore Reaves Michael N. Rhodes William R. Sims Kenneth M. Spivey Melondie R.Taylor Melodye C. Vergeson Joyce L. Watson Barbara L. White Debra R. Wjggins Gwynn M. Wood Janice C. Wood Anne L. Woodruff Mary E. Yarbrough Susan E. Youngblood Faculty and Staff Members Ms. Dorothy Adams Dr. Ralph Adams Dr. Edward F. Barnett Dr. Donald Barras Dr. Benjamin Bateman, Jr Dr. John W. Bowling Dr. Rosemary Canfield Mr. Kenneth Croslin Dr. Wayne Curtis Mr. Fred Davis Dr. William Denison Dr. David Dye Ms. Cordelia Gray Mr. Jim Hall Mr. Woodi Ishmae Dr. Raymond Kisner Dean John M. Long Ms. Jean Mary Ms. Mary Mathis Dr. Ray Mathis Dr. Joseph Mitehel Dr. Norma Mitche Ms. Frankie Muller Dr. John H. Muller Dr. Robert Pinson Mr. Eugene Omasta Dr. Curtis H. Porter Dr. Joseph Roberts Ms. Elvira Reynolds Ms. Ethel Sanders Dr. Gertrude Schroeder Ms. Anna Smith Dr. Duane C. Tway Dr. Edward Ward Mr. Albert Whittle Dr. James C. Wilkes 258 Sigma Delta Chi Professional Journalism Honorary The Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi, is the largest, oldest and most representative organization serving the field of journalism. The Society is dedicated to the highest ide- als of journalism. Through a broad range of programs, it seeks constandy to raise the standards of competence of its members, to recognize outstanding achievement by jour- nalists, to advance the cause of freedom of information, and to elevate the prestige of journalism. The Society was founded as Sigma Delta Chi, a journalism fraternity, at DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind., in 1909. And in 1973, the name was changed to The Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi. Student membership is by invita- tion, following election by a campus chap- ter. The Troy State University Chapter of SDX is one of the most active honoraries on the TSU campus. SDX sponsors an annual cookbook of quick and easy recipes, co- sponsors the Hall School of Journalism high school journalism workshop, and assists with the annual Hector Awards. OFFICERS — L to R. — John Canfield — President, Barbara Findley — Vice President, Jennifer Harbuck Secretary, Jimmy Pittman — Treasurer. Not Pictured — Mrs. Judy Wagnan — Adviser. I L to R., Row 1 — Molly Elsies. Donna Burns, Buddy Baker, Dick Cole. Jan Gaston, Cindy Fetter, and Jimmy Pittman. Row 2 — James W. Hall, Teresa Owens, Robin CiUiwell, Julie Sweeney, David Smelser, Melanie Perkins, and Barbara Findley. Row 3 — Wayne May, June Greer. Bill Tullis. Ann Hagler, Susan Summerville, David Jacobs, Richard Johnson, Jennifer Harbuck. Row 4 — Erskine Brown, Ray Tedder, Brenda James, John Newman, and Tommy Morgan. 259 Phi Mu Alpha National Professional Music Organization Pres. — Pill LaCarlcr Everette Johnson V.P. — Randal Myers Mike Joiner Sec. — Larry Snoad Steve Kean Treas. — Joe Keating Bob Lawrence Historian — Victor Dickenson Dane Lawley Alumni See. — Don Freeman Keith Lindsay Warden — Bobby Milner Robert Matthews Bernard Anderson Boozer MeClure George Barfield Mike MeConatha Harold Blankenship Mark Mills Oliver Boone Clarence Mosley Eddie Bright Jeff Nelson Jerry Britl Teddy Phillips Keith Caldvvcll Mack Roberts Rich Christian Charlie Rogers John Cordel! David Seanor Billy Davis David Searcy Jimmy Folsom Jeff Sheffield Jon Goad Rick Speighner Blane Gralheer Derwin Spratling Lem Harris Casey Teske Melvin Harris Mike Thomas Roy Harris Bruce Ubbens Greg Hart og Bob White Chris Hasty Rick White Robert Hulsc- Steve Williams Tim Ivev Dr. Wm. Denison — Advisor Dennis Johnson Rocky Jarman — Sweetheart 260 Kappa Kappa Psi National Band Organization LloR — Everette P. Johnson — Advisor, Dannelly Martin — Historian. Peter Heins — Secretary, Mike Jainer — Treasurer, Dr. Long Advisor. Mike Williams — Vice President. Ronnie Mallory — President. erette Johnson. Dr. Long. Gary Bradley, Tony Surrency. Steve Austin. Dannelly Martin. Hank Howell, Bill Metcalf, Scott Culberson. Larry Snead. Peter Heins, Mike Jainer, R J? ' ' Alde " F ° Ster - J ° hn McGi " - Fred Rattan ' Mike Farrah - Howard Mathis - Robert Smith - Gar V Wi hers. Hal Blankenship. Scott Bozeman. Mike Williams. Konnie Mallory. 261 Sigma Tau Delta English Honorary ilcr of Siutua Tan I Vila ul in lo liTiiii: a ipcn to I ' aifi rsfs IhmmhI In V ' Pied I Pipe WilCollin- Nina Nail Howard Bloinlierg Britljjri Grumpier Denise Rilter K.iili Caldwell Rhea Y:irliroii B li Lisa frontier I.I ' C l. mi ' MKMMKR. ' Jim- mi- Slininai! m Williams n While «. 3 W CV The Pied Pipers arc Troy Slate Universi- ty ' s louring theatre for lower elemenlarv school students. They have delighted audiences throughout southeast Ala hatna and North Florida. For the first time this year there were two touring groups who entertained over 21 .000 si,„ dents. The group presents animal impro- visations and nursery rhymes along wild fairy tales that have l.ecome classic-. They are directed l.v Dr. David Dvc New Life Ministries New Life Ministries of Troy is a ministry dedicated to the development of disciples for Jesus Christ with the objective of producing Christians who can main- tain a victorious life in the world of today. With the world in a perpetual state of destruction, we fee l that the only answer to stop this present direc- tion is to commit our total lives and lead others to a totally committed life in the Spirit following the world ' s onlv Lord and Savior — Jesus Christ. BBS AifaK ' itSSH John WhilciK-r. Pastor of Neie Life Ministries. Troy " For though I be free from all men. yet have I madr gain the more. " I Cor. 9:19 yself a servant unto all, that I might Z Jaik Hollis. Pastor of Associated Ministries. Marianna. Florida SNEA Student National Education Association The Student Nurses Association is an organization for Nursing majors. They try to broaden their knowledge of the medical field and help improve the nursing department. The group meets twice a month, and usually has a speaker who is in some way associated with the health field. Members of SNA help with the blood drive, and other health related activities on campus. SNA Student Nurses Association MHMmMUt front. L Ui R — Ellen Price, Debra Lett — Recording Secretary. Helen Trudell — Treasurer, Theresa Sellers, Vickie Sample. Back. L. to R. — Sarah L. Parish — ArK Christie, Paul Bartlev — Vice President, Dehi Aplin — President, Monta Lou Godwin — Recording Secretary, Kay Williamson, and Rebecca Brock. 267 Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Band Sorority 1st Row — Lori Hart — Vice Prcs., Daucie Bruner — Pres. 2nd Row — Betty Mallory — Sec, Lynn Kent — Treas. 3rd Row — Lisa Adams. Kathy Lightfoot, Teresa Simpson. ..iV Wildes. Sandy Hill. Dawn Railey, Regine Wiley. 4th Row — Freda Mellon, Alice Bloom. Cindy Jones. Debbie Johnston, Marty Emmons. Nancy Minor. Not Pictured — Stace) Brawner, Robin Caldwell, Julie Marshal I. Anne Roberts, Sponsor — Jean Barr. 268 Back Row, L to R — Naomi Kirkland, Connie Walker. Beth Deakins. Jean Watson, Elois Fields. From, L to R — Sheirla Gilbert, Susie Barr, Mrs. Carol Lovelady — Sponsor. Gmnic Daniel. The Youth Association for Retarded Citizens is affiliated with the local, state, and national organizations. The main purpose is to provide 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 TSU chapter was a Dance-a-thon to raise money. The proceeds were divided between three agen- cies: Pike County Special Education Program, Troy City Spe- cial Education Program, and The East Central Mental Health Da Care Center. YARC Youth Association for Retarded Citizens 269 Tropolitan Staff Root Rote . «o if — John Canfield — News Ed.. Paul Crutchfield — Business Mgr., Phil Willis — Feature Ed., Robin Caldwel: — Jimmy Pittman — Sports Ed., Richard Johnson — Staff Writer. Troy State ' s student-edited newspaper, The Tropolitan covered the campus like concrete during the 1976-77 school year, reporting campus events, commenting on the news and featuring the highlights of college life. Robin Caldwell, a senior journalism major from Brundidge, edited the newspaper for her second year, just as other organizations have fluctuating memberships, the Tropolitan staff added new members and dropped a few each quarter. However, the staff was held together by the paper ' s editorial board, John Canfield, Phil Willis, Jimmy Pittman and Wayne May, Business Manager Paul Crutchfield, and faculty advisor James Natale. The Tropolitan was published weekly, on Thursdays and printed by the Troy Messenger. It took two weeks planning in advance for each issue, plus daily jobs of reporting, editing, taking photo- graphs and calling on advertisers. nalism and advertising classes, taught by Mrs. Judy Wagnon, Mr. James Natale, and Mr. James Dykes were instrumental in publishing the Tropolitan. Stories written in class were fre- ntly printed in the paper, as were advertisements designed and sold by advertising students. STAFF MEMBERS NOT PICTURED Tim Jill. ' kgOtl - • ' rt:-l John Newman Kevin Startt Lamar Fuller — Photographer David Smelser Steve McKinley Dick Cole Mike Wetzel I ' mikic Smith Debbie Hammock Tim Rainey ' ' ■ ' .i tic: llta) Cam Stallworth Julie Sweeney Mnrjorit! Ty i Pain Towery Terri Larkin 27! T-Club Troy State ' s Letterman ' s Club OFFICERS — " Steve 1 ' ofk — Tennis Re| . MjkrWilliams — V,P. ' Ri.k Ma e David Fletcher — Prcs. Richard Pipkin — Track Rrp, Charles Pickell Q X- wtm — M» " - " ' y Sigma Alpha Iota Professional Music Organization i! •r " — 1 1 ttib nn l rofi ' s ionul fralriniix for flia ria ( !ha| lcr of Tr 1963. Sijjnui Alpha iola ional Mu-ii Kunil which |iro i l - n-hahilil; ir and lln- Brailh ' Mu-ii Projivl. The mrtiili c iiK ' HiiH ' r- arc ah- Siii in Palladium Staff s J ' I xmb % ■MVWty LloR — Dale Newman, Ron Pierce, Brenda Russ, Barbara Calhoun, Harry Hammond, Jacqueline Smith — Adv., Jennifer Harbuck, Henry Roddam. Peggy Wilson, and Susan Summerville. Missing — Ann Cockcroft. ■ II it -tr m mmXiS ' - . . , 0 s V Sr j ' R ,MPi,T - : E;diVl !■ : ' ; ' - i ,: " l ' i ' .| iiii CSf Jennifer Harbuck and Susan Summervilh Associate Editors i ' .I ■ ' .,! ■ Henry Roddam — Staff Photographer A ' «-» %A ' i y Section Editors, LtoR — Barbara Calhoun, Peggy Wilson, Brenda Russ, and Dale Newman. t Staff Artist — Hum Hammond Photographers. L to R. Back Ron — Elaine Stewart, Henry Roddam. Jimmy Messiekl James C Front Row — Jim Finla : Kenny Wallers. Wayne Roberts. Missing — -Ann CocReroft; Troy State University President DR. RALPH WYATT ADAMS DR. AND MRS. RALPH ADAMS Dr. Ralph Wyatt Adams, a native of Samson, Ala- bama, was elected President of Troy State Univer- sity, August 3, 1964. His term has been one of progress and innovation. Under his leadership, the University has grown both academically and physically. This year has seen the addition of new tennis courts, the renova- tion of Smith Hall, the complete make-over of Wright Hall, an olympic sized pool, and the begin- nings of a new golf course and Pro shop. Dr. Adams has truly been the epitome of a prog- ressive leader — and like a true leader he does not rest with each accomplishment — but pro- ceeds forward. j 1 :. ' 1 f ■■ " ■!■ Ml % m ft 1 i flH mf jAk Jt 1 " n f Ik L ' J 5Wr. ■■t JH " Wi »t . f M HI. c? IV B ■■ - m W ' i ' - fi m " ■LiMum , TROY STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES JACK GILES of Huntsville is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama Law Sehool. A native of Dallas county, 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 a graduate of the University of Alabama. He is a leading merchant in Tuscaloosa, and in 1967, was named Man of the Year by the Tuscaloosa Chamber of Commerce. He is active in Boys Club work, and the Exchange and Elks Club and the YMCA. J. WILBERT JORDAN of Mobile is an insurance company executive and a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Ala- bama 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 vice president of the Union Bank and Trust Company. Kelly is an attorney and a graduate of the Universit) of Alabama, with a doctorate of jurisprudence. He has served as State Treasurer of the Alabama Heart Association. MCDOWELL LEE, President pro tempore, a TSU graduate is a native of Clayton. 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 1950-52, and a member of the Legislature from 1955-63. He was elected Secretary of the Alabama Senate in 1963, and is recognized as one of the state ' s top legislative leaders. WALLACE MALONE, a Birmingham banker and Dothan native 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 Georgia 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. He 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 Honor Society. JACK WALLACE of Clayton is recognized as one of the state ' s key political lead- ers. 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. Troy State ' s Board of Trustees is made up of outstanding Alabamians from a vari ety of walks of life. Governor George C. Wallace is President of the Board. Governor Wallace, a for- mer circuit judge from Barbour County and a member of the State Legislature, is acknowledged as one of the major political leaders in the country. GOVERNOR GEORGE C. WALLACE 280 J Mr. Jack Giles Mr. J. Wilbert Jordan Mr. Wallace Malone Judge Jack Wallace Mr. Robert Kelly Mrs. Alice D. Moseley Senator Robert Wilson Mr. C. J. Hartley id Mr. McDowell Lee Dr. Wayne Teague SGA Pres. " Rock " Jellison 281 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Lu, R — Mr. C. J. Hartley, Dr. Ralph W. Adams, Dr. Wayne Teague, Mrs. Alire J. Moseley, Mr. McDowell Lee. Mr. J. Wilbert Jordan, Mr. Robert Kelly, Sen. Robert T. Wilson. Mr. Wallace Malone. Judge Jack W. Wallace. Not Pictured — Governor George C. Wallace, Mr. Jack Giles, Rock Jellison. Student Representative. 282 TROY STATE UNIVERSITY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE , i,, R — Mr. Jim Hall, Mrs. Jean Mar, Secretary, Dean Donald Gibson, Dr. James E. Bailey, Dr. Ralph W. Adams, Mr. Robert M. Paul, Dr. Edward Barrett, Dean Gary Branch, Mr. Albert Whittle. 283 r UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRA TION. . . those behind the scenes ,-k; s ' 1 A ; WL i i p A r. ■ 3 Walter Sullivan. Associate Registrar V . , " .. i i (Vary I.. Branrh;. (jfepji of EnrMmiint afifl CMunsehnf: Thomas! MVCInn Registrar v V Carolvn H. Gibson. Director. Placement •M L 1 Stephen D. Parker, Dir. of Purchasing and Inventory Control ■0 " Iflfc ' T ! I 71 • i I ■ i l t V Freddie W. Wood. Assistant to the President William C. Marrs, Director. Adams Center Marvin K. Vickers, Director. Student Activities and Interfraternity Council Advisor Maria Morris, Coordinator of Women ' s Residence, and PanhellehW A ' dyisor li :l ' i: : ' ■ , .: ' i ■ ■ ' ' ■ ! " V, : •■ ! ;• m } y$wwmpk $lr IS =l • ' ' ' 6» ? ?, Larry Milliner, Assistant Director, Financial Aid B 7 u A i ■■ It I? Louise Goforth, Assistant Registrar ■M o ■■ . J. P. Jinright, CAi ? . Campus Security KM J , r i Mellon Carter, Director. Physical Plant w m Ervin Wood. Associate Dean. Enrollment and Counseling J. Rieharrl Blocker, Veterans Benefits Counselor V ffi i Thomas E. Greiner. Assistant Director of Housing tfi . ■k • ■ Mr ■ 4 W [ 1 1 ; U 1 Juanita Harris, Payroll Supervisor James M. Brasher, Director. TSU Development ; a ■ ; i " ' . « ° f v3 rv. y«v5N . ■ - • y-VtV-: .•_W?V % ' •• • ••» ' ■ »• • «■ » M « •» , r«»» » 4 M » »• ■ «» iHwi Slelsuu. Director of l rlerans Affam Dale Muscles . Director of Printinfi ' WLs m Robert W. Williford, Associate Dean of Student Affairs .V I A Gloria K. Creek, Director of Student Health Services Erma Blair, Postmistress lull. Jr., Special Assistant to l u- President John Davis, Systems Analyst. Data Processing ■ Lavonia Rhodes, Account Clerk Robert Cauthen, Director, Alumni Affairs fs ssax aa fxn sa. N5 mm |iv| ' ] W%rl in pMl 6 V lTSU Press EMlor ' mhM ■;. ' tews • ' Ma ir Ky ar. Bookstore Manager Arthur Folmar, Mailman T Jarkir Carlisle, Staff Accountant 1 «» I MP J l« !W «llI!IIiIW] BfH. 1 ' , • ! 1 ' ' »• HV Evelyn Price, W« Clerk ) ,4 " Jimmie L. Clark, Director. Data Processing Man Jahe Baker. Counselor, Giunsclini; Sen i ' l Jeff Golden, Dir. of Financial Aid oslin, Dir.. University Libraries Frank Hurlc . Asm. Dir. Phv. Plant ' If k - mm LuHojtKiijjiiOir; to] uftivrrsUr Pelutiuns ' " ■ " 1 1 ' 1 1 1, i L E G L a R 1 £ f « t f tf Albert Whittle. Business Mnnapf Dcijii ' Lake. Admission Counselor TROY STATE UNIVERSITY DEANS DR. ED BARNETT, VICE PRESIDENT DR. MAX RAFFERTY, DEAN SCHOOL OF EDUCATION DR. JOHN A. CAROLL, ASSOC. DEAN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE DR. JOHN M. LONG, DEAN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE AND SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS JOHN R. CHAMBERLAIN, DEAN Hall School of Journalism DR. RHAE SWISHER, DEAN School of Business and Commerce MISS BETTY THOMAS, DEAN School of Nursing 1 294 DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 3a sic Controls To Flight COL. WALTER HENNIGAN, CHM. Aerospace Studies DR. ROBERT STAMPFLI, CHM. Classics DR. DONALD BARRAS, CHM. Biological Science MR. GLYNN W. EILAND, CHM. Criminal Justice 295 MR. FRED DAVIS, CHM. English DR. DUANE TWAY, CHM. History and Social Science MR. JAMES O ' NEAL, CHM. Mathematics Qn DR. JOSEPH MITCHELL, CHM. Philosophy and Religion 296 DR. EDWARD WARD, CHM. Physical Science DR. RALPH ERICKSON, ASST. CHM. Education and Psychology I V- — sa - — J ' l " 9 I DR. DON HINES, ACT. ASST. DEAN School of Business and Commerce DR. RUDY ARGENTI, CHM. Health, Physical Education and Recreation 297 DR. ROBERT PAXSON, CHM. Art DR. WILLIAM DENISON, ASST. CHM. Music DR. DAVID DYE, CHM. Speech and Drama 293 TROY STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY College of Arts and Sciences Aerospace Studies Department T Sgt. William R. Coir Sgl. Hank V. Finn T Sgt. Joell R. Hartley Biological Science Department Maj. James Phillips Maj. Charles L. Richardson Capt. Hugh V. Sutton Dr. Wayne Adams Margaret Browder Dr. Danice Costes Dr. Robert Dietz Dr. Raymond Kisner Dr. Robert Tucker Pearl Wilkes Dr. J. C. Wilkes Mr. Gerald Carter Dorothy Adams Mr. Marvin Bassett Mr. Michael Blanchard Dr. Rosemary Canfield Cordelia Gray Betsy Hamlet Mr. Ed Hicks Mary Hilyer Mr. Peter Howard Dr. William Pixton Dr. Joseph Roberts Dr. Gertrude Schroeder Faye Senn Mr. James Sherry 299 Dr. John Bowling Bernadette Grant Mr. Pat Harris Dr. Anthony Kubek Mary Mathis Dr. Milton MrPherson Dr. Norma Milrhell Mr. Curtis Porter Mr. Grady Post Dr. Brooks Thompson Dr. Leonard Trapp Mr. James Williams Dr. Lou Destito Mr. John Lee Mr. Charles Norris Mr. James Ray Dr. Luck Watford History and Social Science Department Dr. Benjamin Bateman Dr. Sammy Ingram Jr. Mr. Edward Kantor Dr. John Muller Dr. Billy Norman Mr. Eugene Omasta I :kw School of Business and Commerce School of Education Education Psychology Department Dr. Dean Allmon Mr. Frederick Cain Dr. Eva Carr Mr. Joseph Creek Mr. James Dykes Priseilla Garroll Mr. Stephen Garrott Mr. Arthur Jansen Helen Leverette Joy Milliner Mr. George Miner Mr. Robert Palmer Mr. Daniel Rabinowitz Mr. Eugene Sherman Mr. William Smith Dr. G. T. Stewart Jennie Thompson Mr. Leroy Walton Mr. David Adams Mr. James Anderson Dr. James Brantley Mr. James Dwyer Mr. Joseph Harrington Dr. Byron Holmgren Carol Kimbrough Dr. James Kimbrough Dr. W. P. Lewis 301 Carol Lovelady Dr. Charlotte MrCombs Dr. Robert MeCombs Dr. Horaee Nelson Mr. Charlie Parker Anna Smith Mr. Billy Walters Mr. Charles Whitson Mr. John Archer Mr. Nicholas Costes Dr. Gene Hanson Gracie Sauers Joyce Sorrel I Pansy Walden Virginia Watson Health, Physical Education and Recreation Department ilk School of Fine Arts Mr. Mark Brewton Patricia Duke Mr. Woodi Ishmael Mr. William Lower Mr. Larry Shillabeer Mr. Edwin Walter Art Department Jean Barr Mr. Charles Calkins I Mr. David Eisler Violet Ervin I Deborah Gray Mr. Everett Johnson 302 Speech and Drama Department Dr. Gerald Baxter Mr. Robert Pinson Ann Louise Pattillo Dr. Carl Vollrath Mr. James Wadowick Mr. Truman Welch School of Nursing « Glenda Crepeau Susan Halley Delia Sullins Mary Weaver Sarah Parish Alice Dickerson Graduate Division Rudy Argenti. Director 303 GRADUATION 1977 ' IVp 304 305 Mm H VOk fflHB mi mlh ,.v HMyn m - I ' 3 r J A 1 - H ' S 13 If _ a i . 306 HONORS DAY Troy State University Honors Day program was held May 20. 1977 at Smith Hall Auditorium. The annual event recognized the school ' s scholastic leaders in various fields of study and the members of the many honor societies. Later on in the da the honor societies initiated new members. Omicron Delta Kappa initiated 13, 118 were inducted into Kappa Delta Pi. and 21 were initiated into Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Lambda Delta inducted 16; Phi Kappa Phi. 32: Phi Alpha Theta. 4; ami Gamma Beta Phi. 195. 37 were initiated into Beta Beta Beta. 15 in Psi Chi, 20 in Sigma Tau Delta, and 12 in Spires. Fol- lowing the initiation ceremonies was the Honors Day Banquet held in the Ralph Wyatt Adams Center. I NG ALL ' S AWARD -— j WT - 1 _ PL _ r »- -— ■ " ' 5 il - 1 iFirffC iw- - W Si a Dr. Raymond L. Kisner, professor of biology, was named the recipient of the 1977 Ingalls Award for excellence in class- room teaching. He will receive a $1,000 check and a plaque from the Ingalls Foundation of Birmingham. Dr. Kisner was selected Trov ' s outstanding classroom teacher by a committee of students representing six broad areas of aca- demic interests. A native of Friendsville. Md., Dr. Kisner holds a Ph.D. in zool- og from the University of Tennessee. He earned his Master of Science degreee from Tennessee and his undergraduate degree from Milligan College, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He began his teaching career at the University of Tennessee at Martin in 1960. In 1964, he joined the faculty at Mississippi State College for Women. Joining the Troy State faculty in 1967 as an associate profes- sor of biology, he was named full professor in 1970. Outside the classroom he serves as a member of Troy State ' s Educational Resources Committee. Dr. Kisner is a member of Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Phi Kappa Phi national scholarship society, and Beta Beta Beta national honor and professional fraternity in biological sciences. 307 FORT RUCKER DOTHAN Robert M. Paul, Vice President Dr. Alto Jackson, Asst. to V.P. G. Carpenter, Registrar J Dr. Betty Anderson, PSY Hilman Batchelor, BUS Dr. Wyatt Grimmer, Academic Dean Keith Roling, Dir. Public Relations Dr. Wayne Bradshaw EDU Frank Campbell BUS Dr. Henry Davis EDU Dr. Anne Easley EDU and C G 308 AIKn.-Gibson.EDU I i Dr. Jo cc Hamrirk. EDU Dr. Morris Simon, HIS Charles Gibson, PSY Cranford Hatawa . HIS Dr. Jerry Mebane, ENG Paul Stark, BUS David Gillard. MUSIC William Jessen, Finance Dr. George Mr Kena, HIS Dr. Jack Sublette, ENG James Grant, BUS Dr. Marjorie Kirkland, PSY Dr. Charles Neufield, BUS Richard Weeks. SCI Gayle White, BUS Cmdr. Forrest Wood. BUS i § ! % Dr. John Woodham, BUS Dr. Daniel Gra . HIS Dr. Frank Lovrich, SOC Dr. Joseph Ta lor, EDU 309 TSUM Dr. Eugene Elrod Dean of City College Mr. Jay E. LeVan Dean of Bus. Affairs Dr. James E. Bailey, Jr. Vice President Dr. James H. Ford Assoc. V.P. and Academic Dean Dr. Martha Lewis Dean of Education and Psychological Studies •iaifri w f Mr. Gerald Gill Dir. Gulf Coast Div. Dr. Paul Stansel Dir. of Atlantic Div. Dr. Kline Johnson Dean of Student Affairs Mr. Frederick Stewart Registrar 310 TSU ■ » . . On the Move . . . Eight additional Bases Established . . . £ — ENGLAND Alconbur) Benfwaters Chicksands Lakenheath Mildcnhall Upper H ford GERMANY Bitburg Hahn Hessisch-Oldendorf Ramstein Rhein-Main Sembarh Spangdehlem Vogelweh Wiesbaden Zweibrucken HOLLAND Soesterburg ITALY A iano San Vito NORWAY Oslo SPAIN Rota Torrejon Zaragoza Counseling and Guidance Dr. George Talbot International Relations Dr. Tim Theis Counseling and Guidance I Today Troy Slate University offers classes at locations in Eng- land. Germany, Holland, Italy, Norway, Spain, and Turkey. The undergraduate program of Troy State Univer Europe was begun on March 22, 1976, at Olso, Norway, TSUE offering the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree with a major in Resources Management. From this beginning of two classes with 43 enrollments, the program has now grown so that TSUE is located on four additional bases: Soesterburg, Holland, and three bases in Germany, viz., Hessisch-Olden- dorf, Sembach, and Zweibruchen. The BAS program has become quite viable with a bright .future. Strong interest has been expressed from several bases in Germany and in England. There are reliable indications that additional undergraduate programs of TSU would be wel- come in the European Division. The BAS Degree has definite appeal for the military commu- nity, since it utilizes credit through non-academic sources as well as traditional academic pursuits. Non-academic credit is awarded for accomplishments such as military experience, successful completion of specific Service Schools based on ACE recommendation, and credit by examinations, e.g., CLEP general subject examinations and USAFI credits. The Troy State University European campus is composed of twenty-five mini-campuses in seven countries; two in Italy, two in Turkey, six in England, nine in West Germany, one in Hol- land, one in Norway, and three in Spain. 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. Individuals with a Bachelor ' s Degree from an accredited uni- versity are eligible for the programs, which grant the Master of Science Degrees in Management, and International Relations. Enrolling in two courses per term can enable the individual to earn his degree in fourteen months, including an optional the- sis. This program provides the serviceman with an opportunity to broaden his education and even earn his Master ' s while sta- tioned in Europe in the military. On August 30. 1975, Troy State European Division held its first graduation exercises, awarding 59 Master of Science Degrees. On August 21, 1976. 387 Master of Science Degrees were earned. This year on June 4, the Master of Science Degree was conferred upon 211 graduates. The commence- ment address was delivered by Dr. C. Northcote Parkinson, Professor Emeritus of Troy State University, to whom an hon- orary Doctor of Letters degree was awarded; the degrees were conferred by Mr. McDowell Lee, President Pro-Tempore of the Board of Trustees representing Dr. Ralph Adams. 4 " • $j TSUM — DIVISION OF NURSING 316 FACULTY Sybil Boutwell Venus Scann Louise Blake Gerard Chamberland Belty Fitzgerald William Goodner Dorothy Holland Alvorine Hull Jane Mauk Elizabeth Rawls Alice Roberts Mary Jo Roberts Dorothy Tripp Darry Turnipseed STUDENTS Aulry, Tamara Bangs, June Barnes, Becky Barsom, Terri Bass, Rcgina Bodiford, Gary Boyd, Anne Bludsworth, Nancy Brooks, Vicki Brown, Dorothy Bruton, Elsa Button!, Alphadetta Burns, Lynn Bush, Jacqueline Bulls, Martha Cannon, Wanda Carter, Rosa Carver, Joyce Chambers, Jo Ann Chandler, Georgia Chevere, Rose Chumlcy, Sabrina Cochran, Jenny Cosby, Luann Cox, Greta Crass, Marsha Danlzler, Faye DawkiriH, D ora Deflose, Minnie DcLong, Laura Dick, Susan Dillon. Barbara Duncan, Joyce Duckworth, Carolyn Foster, Pat Free. Barbaru Guthrie. Bevcrlj Hale Kathryn Harris. RuliJ Harrison. Ronald Hathaway. Barliara Heartsill. Terrs Henderson. Betty Hinson, Pamela Holmes, Clara Houser. Erma Howard, V alerie Huisey, Candanee Hunt, Bell Jackson, Mary Johnson. Dehorah Johnson. Janel Johnson. Johnnie Johnson. Willie Jordan. Anne Kline, Dannie Kolaya. Monica Kiinl , Melissa Lee. Vi ian Lew is. Lee Anne Macon. Sandra Martin. Gwen Martin. Nell MeAhren, C iilllia MeCord. Rolierl McDonald. Linda Miller. Carolyn Mitchell, Beth Mitchell, Eddie Moody, Angela Moore. Johnnie Morrissetle. Priseilla Mothey, Dianne Myriek. Hallie Newton, Carol Nichols. Dori Norman. Bettie Oliver. Lcisa Owens. Barliara Page. Lcssa Parr , Carina Pennington. Rosemary Pieklen, Cheryl Pierce. Ellen 317 Prayton, Linda Pyle, Diana Riggs, Calhy Roberts, Alice Roberts, J. D. Robert, Mary Robinson, Doris Rollins, Angelia Royal. Miriam Sanders, Cynthia Sanders, Julie Sasser, Betty Scroggins. Inez Semler. Ann Shoemaker, Jane Siler, Shannon Silverness, Elaine Sipper, Myra Skinner, Mary Smith. Aliee Smith, Anna Smith, Maek Stewart. Teri Switzer, Susan Tate, Bobbie Thagard, Rhett Thomas, Dana Thomas, Sherry Tindal. Lanette Turner. Carolyn Turner, Jeanie Veres, Marsha Walsh, Mary Warner, Sheila Whitfield, Gloria Williams, Paula Williams, Sara Williams, Yvonne Williamson, Gail Windham, Barbar; .11 £j COOPERATIVE EDUCATION Cooperative Education is an all-university educational program wherein students are able to blend theory and practice by combining academic study with planned supervised and paid work experience related to their career field. Students alternate quarters of on-campus study with quarters of employment in business or government organi- zations. Each position is shared by two students who have similar career objectives. While one student works full-time the other attends classes, and at the end of each quarter they switch places. Cooperative Education is listed in the TSU Bulletin under " Registration in Special Programs. " It is a free-elec- tive course, granting 5 credit hours per quarter, and students may earn up to a maximum of 15 credit hours toward the baccalaureate degree, depending on their major. During 1976-1977, major fields of study represented by working Co-op students included environmental sci- ence, criminal justice, mathematics, business, secretarial science, physical education and recreation, social reha- bilitation, computer science and accounting. The Cooperative Education program is under the direction of Mr. Arthur L. Jansen. Offices are in 111 Bibb Graves. 319 FROM A GOLF COURSE TO A POOL. . . Something that has been added to this year ' s book, is a Section called New Additions. In this section we tried to cover everything that has been new, or will be new in the months to come. 1976-77 has been a growing year for Troy State University. Many new things happened on campus this past year, in which students of the future will benefit greatly. With the things that are being built, maybe Troy State will not be known as a " Suitcase College " and become a place where students can gather on weekends. The pictures that arc on the following pages, are self-explanatory and we feel that this is the best way to describe what has happened on the campus of Troy State. ■At. ._» » ' .. l Ai H $. He ' rffl ■fv • ' • r _ v3 c «je ... . . ' j nEIs ■■ ■ — - - .. »% » i _ « B 3 ■ - : • i -■ i ■•, V • " ■ -» 322 323 324 325 K . £: %v5L 326 ' - - — - - «.- JL E — r — — c 327 ' ' " • ■n rm • • f-, .• • • f 1 Ml t» K H Seniors Adams, Charles; Troy Adams, Gayla; Dothan Adams, Johnny; Troy Adams, Kathryn; Union Springs Aiken, Johnny; Monroeville Anderson, Johnny; Brundidge Anderson, Patricia; Enterprise Andrews, Michael; Ocala, Fla. Anthony, David; Troy Antley, Janet; Port St. Joe, Fla. Aplin, Deborah; Montgomery Aplin, Johnny E.; Ft. Rucker Archie, Tim; Kinston Arieux, Fred; Arabi, La. Armstrong, Cliff; Pensacola, Fla. Baggett, Rebecca; Troy Bailey, Annett; Ormond Beach, Fla. Bailey, Patricia; Greenville Baker, David; Elba Baker, Sid; Eufaula Barber, Carol; Troy Bane, Chancey; Andalusia Barnes, Steve; Andalusia Barnwell, Carol; Eufaula Barr, Susan; Troy Barron, Robert; Troy Bartley, Paul; Ozark Bast, Karl; Troy Bast, Kerry; Daleville Batchelor, Mary; Birmingham Beals, George; Troy Beaty, David; Clio Beard, Robin; Eustis, Fla. Beazley, Phillip; Montgomery Bell, Donna; Opp Bedell, Geoffrey; Indian Harbor Beach, Fla. Bengel, David; Troy Benson, Cathy; Ozark Benton, Debora; Troy Bettin, Freddy;TJnion Springs Bcumcr, Parker; Dothan Beville, Dawn; Selma Bird, Charles; Marianna, Fla. Bird, Jo Beth; Marianna, Fla. Bishop, Mona; Fairhope Blackmon, Barbara; Troy Blair, Bill; Brewton Blair, Gene; Ozark Blair, James R.; Andalusia Blair, Tommy; East Brewton Blough, Catherine; Mobile Blount, John; Port St. Joe, Fla. Bondurant, Jean; Dothan Borland, J oseph; Troy Boswell, Dorothy; Troy Bowen, Pcytic; Troy Bowers, Roger; Troy Brae kin, Tvdlr; Ozark Bradley, Sherry; Andalusia Brady, Janice; Troy Branch, Lisa; Gulf Breeze, Fla. Brannon, Al; Greenville Bridges. Beth; Warner Robins, Ga. Britt, Jerry; Dothan Britt, Kathy; Enterprise Brock, Lena; Troy Brock, Rebecca; Clio Brookins, Charles; Cottonwood Browder, George; Petrey Brown, Elizabeth; Andalusia Brown, Lillian; Brewton Brown, Teresa; Eastpoinl, Fla. Brown, Thomas; Daytona, Fla. Bruce, Deborah; Satellite Beach, Fla. Bryan, Dianne; Prattville Buckley, Jan; Panama City, Fla. Bullard, Gwen; Pensacola, Fla. Burleson, Joe; Banks Bush, Virginia; Montgomery Butler. Susan; Wetumpka Butts, Dorothy; Goshen Caldwell, Robin; Brundidge Campbell, Joe; Eufaula Canfield, Mike; Troy Jm Capps, Mildred; Clio Carlisle, Ricky; Elba I % , Carmichael. Joe; Goshen Carmichael, Robert; Chattahoochee, Fla. Carr, Ellis R., Jr.; Troy Carroll, David; Andalusia Carter, Donnie; Andalusia Carter. John; Donalsonville, Ga. K ) lffCS ) Carter, Tom; Jack Cashwell, Hubert, Hurtsboro Cason, Michael; Ozark Castleberry , Chris; Atlanta Catalano, Mari Lee; Satellite Beach, Fla. Catlett, Bonnie; Daleville, Ala. Cherpak, Lenore; Montgomery Christmas, Robin; West Palm Beach, Fla. Clark, Jay Jay; Black Coady, George; Altamonte Springs, Fla. Coale, George; Brewton Cole, Katie; Troy Collins, Wilfred; Montevallo Colquett, Beverly; Opp Conner, Becky; Eufaula Conner, Michael; Troy Cooper, Carl; Ozark Copeland. Sheila; Troy Coppedge, Ann; Billingsley Coppock, Diana; St. Petersburg, Fla. Corbitt, Debbie; Florala Corbitt, William; Jacksonville, Fla. Cornett, Stan: Brantley Covington, John; Lockhart Cowen, Brenda; Brewton Cowen, Jeff; Elba Cravey, William; Troy Crean, Daniel; Ozark Crum, Irma; Selma Culp, Russell; New Brockton Cumbee, Carroll; Birmingham Cumuze, Timothy; Troy Cutchen, Glenda; Clayton Dailey, Jim; Spanish Ft. Dailey, Mary; Camden Daniel, Connie; Biloxi, Miss. Daniels, Sandra; Elba Darnell, Roby; Pike Rd. Davis, Carolyn; Newbern Davis, Carlotta; Troy Davis, Debbie; Ft. Gaine, Ga. Davis, Hiram; Montgomery Davis, John W.; Troy Davis, Susan; Alexander City Dean, Alice; Amdalusia Deloney, Rheba; Midland City Dement, Connie; Birmingham Denton, Nita; Cocoa, Fla. Dillard, James; Dothan Dillard, John; Troy Dillon, Allen; Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Dinkins, Constance; Dothan Dorsey, Paul; Opp Dougherty, David; LaGrange, Ga. Douglass, Roni; Dothan Doyle, Clare; Troy Drumheller, Franklin N.J Enterprise Dunn, Cathy G.; Troy Dunn, Sandra; Eufaula Eagi rlotl, Leigh; Montgomery El kerman, Barry; Montgomery Eddins, William; Troy Edj i IVan y; Troy EgvvuatU, l aura; Union Springs Elliott, Beth; Jacksonville, Fla. f f HOT but Come fat t TH£TA CHI Mfien urn. Id, Pirn Jk « » »« I •( ' Elliott, Carol; Enterprise Ellisor, Steve; Mobile Elmore, Terry T.; Andalusia English, Pat; Troy Ensley, Deborah L.; Scott AFB, III. Escott, Sundra; Birmingham Espy, Frank R.; Prattville Espy, James; Abbeville Estes, Belva; Troy Estes, Deborah; Montgomery Everage, Calista; Troy Fabel, Debora; Troy Faircloth, Glenda; McGuire AFB, N.J. Fallin, James L.; Wing Farris, Randall; Troy Fayard, Vicky; Troy Fayard, Wayne; Atmore Federorich, Peter N.; Troy Feibelman, David; Ft. Pierce, Fla. Felix, David; Greenwood, Ind. Fell, Myra E.; Pensacola, Fla. Fernald, Bruce; St. Petersburg, Fla. Findley, Barbara; Evergreen Flowers, Mary; Troy Flowers, Terrell; Ozark Floyd, Betty; Luverne Floyd, Jeff; Monroeville Floyd, Michel; Troy Fortune, Eugene C; Mobile Foster, Donald J.; Troy Foster, Rebecca; Troy Fountain, Lisa; Skipperville Fowler, Luvon; Dothan Fox, Jennifer; Birmingham Fox, William; Lynn Haven, Fla. Franklin, Sidney; McCalla French, Christine; Enterprise Fuller, Carl L.; Panama City, Fla. Fuller, Susan; Thomaston, Ga. Galloway, Gilda; Ponce de Leon, Fla. Gaitwood, Michael A.; Mobile Garrett, Billy W.; Attalla Gary, Ciny; Dothan Gaston, Janet; Troy GaVette, Pamela; Enterprise Gay, David; Troy Gay, Terry; Troy " . I Gibson, Helen; Troy Glisson, Opel C; Troy Glisson, Virginia; Troy Goad, Jonathan; Montevalla Goad, Nan; Dalevillc Godwin, Deborah; Highland Home Godwin, Willie; Brantley Goodner, Barbara; Montgomery Grant, Mary Ann; Brantley Grant, Sharon; Dozier Gray, Debbie; Troy Green, Jerry; Troy Green, Nina; Union Springs Green, Laura; Sloeomb Greer, Velma; Enterprise Griffin, Sherre; Troy Griffin, Susan; Ozark Griggs, Perry; Lanctt Grissette, Don; Troy Griswold, Marcia; Enterprise Groce, Thomas E.; Tanner Gutschlag, Leila; Troy Halbert, Alvin; Troy Halbert, Roland; Troy Hall, Adena; Bonifay, Fla. Hall, Ramona; Cowarts Hale, Roy; Dothan Halliday, Patrick; Bay Minette Hagler, Ann; Louisville Hamiter, Cari; Monroeville Hammond, Anitra; Elba Hanna, Terry; Donalsonville, Ga. Harbuck, Patricia; Lockhart Hardman, Susan; Troy Harper, Catherine; Jacksonville Harris, Amalie; Daleville Harris, Debra; Eglin, Fla. Harrison, Rebecca; Elba Hart, Jane; Clio 1 ! ' ■ , I » Hart, Patti; Ozark Hartley, Debbie; Bay Minette Hathcock, Beverly; Tallassee Haltaway, Grace; Camden Havens, Linda; Enterprise Hayes, Dorothy; Goodwater Hayes, Leslie; Selma 3 ft.-- II f)W.$ iX ' jfi A. 2 ntf wW ■ B HI it ' ' ■ ■■ Mbj| tI Hvv - ft ----- -■ mmmmm ' ■ ' lit ' I I ' " ■ ' " ■ ' . ; ' . " ■• ! 11 ! xil ' V- -r ' :...: ' T J Hcdslron, Thomas; Dothan Hcitaman. Randy; Orlando. Fla. Helms, Lynn; Troy Helms, Rhonda; Clio Henderson, Dewey; Enterprise Henderson, Leslie; Flomaton Hendrickson, Timothy; Dothan Hendrix, Thomas; Savannah Herring, Phyllis; Cottonwood Hertzog, Don; Fort Wayne, Indiana Higdon, Bill; MeKcnzie Hill, Sandra; Troy Holdcrfield, Cynthia; Elba Holliday, Jackie; Luverne M TIM Hollington, Kathleen; Daleville w ' m i ii Hollis, Carl; Headland 11 K-H Holloway, Terry; Slocomb Holman, Donald; Biddeford, Maine 1 Wl ■i Holt, Richard; Prattville , r u H Hood, Terrica; Tallassee Bi 5f 1 L-J Hoover, Claude; Foley PW Hopkins, Eddie; Marianna, Fla. W m Ba ■ H | Hopkins, Sandra; Sneads, Fla. ! «■ L ■ vfl i H Hopper, Deborah; Troy Hooper, Gail; Dothan Hopper, William; Troy Hopson, Jerry; Troy Home, Dennis; Lanett Houlton, Roy; Ramer Howell, Henry; Daytona, Fla. Howell, Mark; Montgomery Huggins, Donna; Greenville Hughey, Phillip; Dothan Hughes, Billie Ann; Goshen Hulse, Robert; Troy Hunter, Gwen; Tuskegee Hurt, Marsha; Montgomery Hutchinson, Valorie; Geneva Hutto, Patrick; Gardendale Hyde, Joe; Monroeville Ivey, Hugh; Lawrenceville, Ga. Jackson, Dale; Luverne Jackson, Debbie; Samson Jackson, Glenda; Dothan Jackson, Linda; Dothan Jackson, Rocky; Kinston Jacobs, David; Elba James, Brenda; Marianna, Fla. James, Charles; Montgomery James, Nehemiah; Montgomery Jellison, Michael; Selma Jenkins, Sheila; Midland City Jeter, Jan; Enterprise Jones, Bob; Elba Jones, Ethel; Hope Hull Jones, Josephine; Hayneville Jones, Linda; Evergreen Jones, Marjorie; Lake City, Fla. Jones, Wade, Troy Johns, Lorraine; Dozier Johnson, Beth; Troy Johnson, Dale; Dothan Johnson, Emily; Evergreen Johnson, Gregory; Huntsville Johnson, Joseph; Panama City Johnson, Mary; Fitzpatrick Johnson, Mary; Weturnpka Johnson, Richard; Chancellor Johnston, Susan; Huntsville Johnston, William; Vidalia, Ga. Jordan, Joseph; Blakely, Ga. Joyner, Danny; McKenzie Keating, Joseph; Winter Haven, Fla. Kelly, Dune; Troy Kelly, Emily; Andalusia Ketcham. Kathy; Albany, Ga. Key, Jeanette; Dothan Kilcrease, Sharon; Brantley Killough, Gayle; Troy Kirkland, Jennifer; Panama City, Fla. Kirkland, Neomia; Troy Koppersmith, Lori; Troy Kratohvil, Greg; Patuxent River, Md. Kravitz, Richard; St. Petersburg, Fla. Kroen, Shauna; Satellite Beach, Fla. Kuczmarski. Judy; Troy Kyzar, Claire; Andalusia Kyser, Linda; Prichard Knight. Ken; Montgomery Lackeos, Anthony; Selma Laird, Everette; Defuniak Springs, Fla. Lalak, John; Atmore Lamar, Renee; Birmingham Lambert, Lasylvia; Atmore Lambeth, Randy; Flomaton Lane, David; Dadeville Lane, Rita; Colquitt, Ga. Latham, Paula; Selma Lazzara, Anthony Jr.; Troy Lea, Nancy; Jacksonville, Fla. Leary, Mike; Sanford, Fla. Lee, Allison; Daleville Lee, Bobby; Troy Lee, Bonnie; Goshen Lee, Jean; Troy Lee, Pamela; Greenville Lett, Debra; Owassa Lightfoot. Sue; Brundidge Lindsay, David; Albany Lindsey, Jo Arm; Jack Locklier, Brant; Andalusia Loftis, James; Sylacauga Long, Donna; Greenville Long. James; Troy Long, Tim; Decatur Longshore, Jessie; Selma Lowe, David; Merritt Island, Fla. Lowery, Jeanie; Montgomery Lucas, Sharon; Andalusia Lunslord, Jo Ann; Clayton Luv.ira, Tony; Troy Mack. Tenia; Samson Mackenzie , John; Montgomery Maddox, Rob rt; Langdale Major, Georganne; Pensacola, Fla. Makanjuola, Abinbola r« • ' v: w. Maliory, Rondall; Elba Maluda, John; Troy Manning, Dennis; Geneva Manuel, George; Troy Maraman, Melvin; Georgiana Marshall, Gayle; Montgomery Martin, Cassandra; Selma Martin, Hugh; Elba Martin, Michael; Elba Mashburn, Steven; Dothan Maslanka, Marc; Rome, Ga. Mathews, Karen; Brantley May, Carol; Grady Mays, Mike; Montgomery McCrary, Marcia; Prattvilie McCrory, Betty; Frisco City McDonald. Sonia; Bonifay, Fla. McGowin, Ellen; Decatur McHearg, Libba; Billingsley Mclntyre, Cynthia; McKenzie McKeithen, Jack; Troy McLcndon, Hoyt S.; Midland City McLinn, Michael; Enterprise McManus, Caroline; Montgomery McMichael, Rick; Enterprise McNeal, Lydia; Brantley McRae, E. Randy; Montgomery Meadows, Deborah; Lanett Meeker, Kim: Dothan Meeks, Mary; Troy Meriwether, Nicky; Montgomery Messick, Jimmy; Troy Mikel, Joseph; Opp Miller, David; Troy Miller, Gary; Oxford Miller, Huey; Slocomb Miller, William; Ozark Mitchell, Doris; Brantley Mitchum, Sharon; Geneva Mixson, John; Enterprise Mobley, Ronald L.; Troy Money, Ethel; Troy Morris, Ingrid; Brewton Morrow, Fellisa; Elba Moody, Richard; Troy Moore, Earl; Montgomery Moorer, Deborah; Fort Deposit Morgan, Helen; Troy Morgan, Tommy; Pine Hill Morris, Jeannie: Geneva Moseley, Edward; Selma Moses. Susan; Troy Munger, Joyce; Fort Rucker Murphy. Kevin; Huntsville Mvnard. Janet; Clayton Neese, Charles; Evergreen Neese, Kathy; Brewton Nelson, Greg; Pensacola, Fla. Nelson, Steve; Brewton Neudecker, Alita; Tuskegee Newman, Alan; Riverview Norman, Jo: Montgomery Norris. John; Troy Oakley, Martha; Columbia O ' Brien, Yvonne; Daphne Oglesby, Lilliam; Red Level v Oliver, Charlie; Columbus, Ga. Overbeck, James; Rutledge Overstreet, Carol; Troy Owens, Bo; Brewton Owens, Kim; Brewton Page, Shelia; Melborne, Fla. Parker, Dan; Pensacola, Fla. Parker, Joe; Montgomery Parker, Philip; Midland City Patni, Karim; Troy Parrish, Rex; Elba Peebles, Vivia; Clopton Pelham, Vicki; Eufaula Perdue, Valerie; Phenix City Perry, John; Selma Peters, Debora H.; Montgomery Peterson, Peggy; Pensacola, Fla. Petritsis, Annie; Troy Petty, Minda; Mobile Petway, Melvin; Camden Phelps, Debbie; Opp Philiips, Sonja L.; Guntersville Philpott, Gary; Fairfax Philon, Sarah; Chatom Pickett, Charles; Jacksonville, Fla. Pickett, Sameul; Troy Pickett, Willie J.; Montgomery Pierce, Ron; West Palm Beach, Fla. Pike, Tommy E.; Ider Pipkin. Richard; Cochran, Ga. Poope, Ann; Dothan Posey, Paula; Titusville, Fla. Prescott, Scott; JCinston Prescott, Vicki; Troy Prestwood, Gail E.; Andaluaia Purvis, Mitchell; Elba Pynes, Barbara; Troy Quinley, Joe Lee; Flomaton Raffalovich, Victor; Troy Ray, Danny; Troy Ray, Thomas; Troy Reaves, leffery L.; Repton Reave . Marjorie; Luverne Redman, Robin; Troy Reed, Charles; Montgomery Reed. Robert L.; Covington, Ga. Reeves, Gary; Elba Reeve . James; Enterprise J P V Reeves, Peggy; Troy Register, Sheila; Highland Home Reid, Sharon; Coffeeville Revell, Linda; Opp Reynolds, Robin: Dothan Rezzarday, Joan; Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Rhodes, Michael; Eutaw Rhodes, Sharon; Goshen Richard, Patrick; Troy Richter, Lee Roy; La Grange, Ga. Riggall, Dorothea; Enterprise Roberts, Ann; Montgomery Roberts, Wayne; Hueytown Robinson, Carrie; Montgomery Robinson, Marilyn; Montgomery Rodgers, Dawn; Jonesboro, Ga. Rodgers, Susan; Red Level Roland, Robbie; Dothan Roundtree, Janice; Troy Roundtree, Michael; Troy Rudd, Mary; Andalusia Ruggierio, Greg; Brooklyn, NY Russell, Betty; Luverne Rutland, Mike; Daleville Ryals, Phillip; Troy Ryan, James; Selma Safford, Wesley; Niceville, Fla. Sanders, Brenda; Thomasville Sanders, James; Goshen Sanders, Linda; Thomasville Sanders, Steve; Troy Sanders, Thurman; Birmingham Sayler, Stephen; Dothan Scarbrough, Benjamin; Troy Schreidhorst, Beth; Indian Harbour Beach Scobie, Robert; Pensacola Scroggins, Patti; Opelika Searcy, David; Enterprise Self, Edward; Sard: - Sellers, Mitchell; Troy Sellers, Robert; Georgiana Sellers, Theresa; La Pine Sellers, Williams; Newton Senn. Retha; Brantley Sewell, David; Dothan Sewell, Deborah, Ozark Sheffield, Jeffrey; Troy Sheplar, Alice; Connersvi Sherlin, Gil; Troy Sherrill, Donna: Eufaula Shilling, David; Orlando le, Indiana Shipman, George; Louisville Shipman, Mary; Ariton Shook, Willis; Albany Shulsen, Melissa; Ozark Shutt. Myra; Ormond Beach, Fla. Simmons, David; Kinston Simmons, Jacquetta; Enterprise t ; N l Simmons, Kay; Montgomery Skinner, Marvin; Monroeville Smelser, David; Mobile Smith, Ameila; Troy Smith, Delmar; Clio Smith, Hiawatha; Montgomery Smith, James; Dothan Smith, Lewis; Eufaula Smith, Sharon; Tuskegee Smith, Sylvia; Troy Smith, Wilma; Birmingham Smithson, Mary; Enterprise Snead, Larry; Smithis Snoody, Bill; Troy Snyder, Carolyn, Phenix City Sonnen, Laura; Eufaula Southall, Joanne; Lynn Haven, Fla. Spader, Michael; Troy Spann, Geoffrey; Troy Speigner, Ricky Spicer, Larry; Selma Sprinkle, Sherri; Irvington Spurlin, Mac; Troy Stafford, Larry; Troy Starkie, Ellis; Thomasville Steinbauer, John; Birmingham Stevens, Stacy; Temple Terrace, Fla. Stewart, Deborah; Greensboro Stewart, Dwaine; Phenix City Stewart, Patti; Andalusia Stinson, Sara; Troy Stovall, Glenda; Montgomery Straughn, Steve; Troy Stringer, Elizabeth; Glenwood Stuart, Dawn; Troy Sullivan, Dorothy; Newton Sullivan, John; Troy Sullivan, Sandra; St. Petersburg, Fla. Sumner, Jack; Montgomery Swain, Melvin; Pensacola Swindle, Mary; Foley Snyco, Edith; Troy Tailey, Ken; Prattville Tamsett, Johnnie; Troy Tardiff, Connie; Ormond Beach, Fla. Taylor, Jimmy; Opp Taylor, Lisa; Villa Rica, Ga. Taylor, Melondie; Troy Taylor. Richard; Troy Taylor, Nancy; Elba Teal, Donna Ray; Troy Teel, Lester; Auburn Tegge, David; Troy Thigpen, Chrisli; Troy Thigpen, Ivey; Troy Thomas, Ji retha; Troy Thomas, Ollie; Tuskegec Thompson, Elizabeth; Samson Thompson, Martha; Titiusville, Fla. Till. William; Andalusia Thompkins, Phyllis; Troy Toole, Jerry; Eufaula Treadway. Charles; Palmetto, Florida Turberville, Thomas; Troy Turner, Ben; Selma Turner, Jean; Troy Turner, Jo Ann; Panama City, Fla. Turner, Rodell: Melborne, Fla. Tyler, Mark; Troy Tyner, Marsha; Troy Ulbright, Fred; Birmingham Union, Glennie; Brewton Vardaro, William; Rutledge Vardo, Jeff; Tampa Varner, Leon; Troy Vasser, Larry; Selma Vergeson, Melodye; Thomaston Walker, Chuck; Troy Walker. Connie; Troy Wall, Kathy; Troy Wall, Marci; Wetumpka Waller, Jack; Troy Waller, Linda; GreenvilU Walls. Anthony; Trov Walls, Hatties; Troy Walters, Donna; Andalusia Ward. Arneller; Brundidge Ward, Kathy; Troy Ward, Randal; Troy Ward, Sonja; Troy Warren. Sharon; Montgomery Watson, Gary; Troy Watson, Jean; Skipperville Watson, Joyce; Chancellor Watson, Michael; Ozark Watson, Rebecca. McKenzie Webb, Connie; Troy Weeks, Larry; Kinston West, Larry; West Blocton West, Sharon; Clayton Wheeler. Ronald; Troy Whitaker, James; Montgomery White, Pam; Columbus White, Rick; Marianna, Fla. White, Sandra; Troy Wiggins, Jerry; Monroeville Wiggins, Grady; Troy- Wildes, Brenda; Dothan Wilkerson, Demecia; Montgomery Wilkerson, Ola; Troy Wilkes, Karen; Troy Williams, Andrew; Troy Williams, Clifton; Bonifay, Fla. Williams. David; Fort Walton, Fla. Williams, Janifer; Andalusia Williams, Jerry; Montgomery Williams, Joel W.; Pleasant Grove Williams, John; Troy Williams, Mike; Greenville Williams, Vcrdis; Troy Williams, Vivian; Montgomery Williamson, Douglas; Excel Willis, Simon; Seale Willis, Tim; Florala Wilson, Elizabeth; Selma Wilson, James; Pratlville Wilson, John; Troy Wilson, Katherine; Troy Wilson, Priscilla; Dothan Windes, Judy; Destin, Fla. Windham, Brenda; Elba Windsor, Felix; Prattville Wise, Lisa; Troy V B Wisham, Chris; Troy Wood, Gwynn; Samson Wood, Janice; Troy Wood, Jerry; Troy Wood, Tildon; Prattville Woodall, Faye; Grove Hi! Woodard, Kathy; Ariton Woodruff, Ann; Brundidge Worthington, Debbie; Luverne Wyah, Brenda; Montgomery Wynn, Sue; Brundidge York, James; Jasper Youmaris, Leverette; Panama City, Fla. Young, Walt; Montgomery Bb W - ;■ ■ fs J rv. Youngblood, Susan; Crestview, Fla. Za hr , Denise: Selma, Ala. -» ■»•; -. K - ' ■ « ,: ' - r% ■ » • • , •v- a s4 ' ' i ' - i-.-J , -» Abercrombie, Zelphia; 3 Ackerman, James; 1 Ackerman, Robert; 2 Adair, Dorothy; 1 Adair, Richard; 2 Adair, Ruby; 3 Adams, Alisa; 1 Adams, Charlene; 1 f X Adams, Connie; 2 Adams, Cynthia; 2 Adams, James; 2 =1 Adams, John; 2 Adams, Pam; 2 Adams, Robert; 1 Adcock, Rick; 1 Adkins, Cathy; 3 Adkins, Charles; 2 Akin, Liz; 3 Albee, Yvonne; 1 Aiderman, Faye; 1 Allen, Carole; 1 Allen, David; 2 Allen, Jan; 2 Allen, Joann; 3 Allen, Nancy; 3 Allen, Tammy; 1 Allison, Lynn; 2 Allison, Robin; 1 Allison, Vicki; 1 Alverson, Patricia; 3 Amber, Bernard; 3 Amberger, Laura; 1 Ammons, Danny; 3 Anchors, Dawn; 2 Anderson, Bernard; 3 Anderson, Debbie; 3 Anderson, Jeannie; 3 Anderson, Jo Karen; 2 Anderson, Marcha; 1 r • ' I ,i FFEF 1 I V ? Anderson, Mary; 2 Anderson, Ricky; 1 Anderson, Willie Frank; 2 Andress, David; 1 Andrews, Lomax; 3 Annis, Jeff; 2 Antley, Carole; 2 Aplin, Sharon; 2 Apperson, Franklin; 1 Arata. Kim; 1 Archer, Thomas; 1 Argenti, Mike; 2 Armour, Joyce; 2 Armstrong, Betty; 3 Armstrong, Clelle; 2 Armstrong, Jeannie; 3 Armstrong, Karl; 3 Armstrong, Kim; 2 Armstrong, Teresa; 1 Arnette, Debra; 3 Arnold, Jim; 1 Arnold, Sidney; 1 Arrant, Rachelo; 3 Arright, Billy; 2 Arrington, David; 1 Arthur, John; 1 Arthur, Michael; 2 Atcherson, Kathi; 1 Atkins, Carolyn; 1 Atkins, Karen; 3 Aungst, Helen; 1 Austin, Michael; 2 Austin, Stephen; 1 Autrey, Mark; 3 Bacon, Doug; 3 Bailey, Deborah; 3 Bailey, Shirlon; 3 Bailey, Steve; 3 Bailey, Travis; 2 Baker, Debbie; 1 Baker, Jesse; 3 Baker, Kenneth; 2 Baker, Terry; 1 Baker, Wanda; 2 Baker, William; 3 Ball, Eric; 3 Ballard, Beverly; 3 Ballard, Robert; 1 Banks, Steve; 3 Bannar, David; 1 Barca, Rich; 1 Barfield, Danny; 3 Barfield, George; 3 Barnett, Kathy; 3 Bare, Michael; 1 Barron, James; 3 - Wm Bartoli, Martin; 3 Baskin, Elnora; 2 Bass, Reggie; 1 Bass, Robin; 1 Bast, Barbara; 2 Bast. Melanie; 2 Bates, Butch; 1 Bales, Mary; 2 Battles, Chester; 1 Bauersfeld, Ken; 3 Baugh, Bettye; 3 Baugh, Frank; 3 km Baulch, George; 2 Baulch, John; 3 Bazzell. Mark; 3 Beall, Tracy; 1 Beam, Carol; 1 Beam, Cynthia; 1 Beam, James; 3 Bean. Walter: 2 Bearden, Cathv; 1 Beasley, Bethany; 3 Beasley, Linda; 1 Beasley, Tyron; 1 Beasley, Terah; 2 Beauchamp, Richard; 1 Bedsole, Paul: 1 Belcher, Van; 1 Belflower, Beverly; 3 Bell, Bernett; 1 Benefield, Sheila; 2 Bennett, Flora; 2 Benton, Angi; 1 Benton, Marcheela; 1 Berlinsky, Jay; 1 Berry, Charles; 1 Berry, Clayton; 2 Betterton, Jonda Belts, Richard; 1 Beverly, Robert; 1 Bibb, Cheryl; 1 Bice, Vicki; 1 Biggs, Cheryl; 3 Biggg, Shawn; 1 Bill. ro. Charles; 1 Billingsley, Coldon: 1 Bimbo, William; 2 ii. , r Birmingham, Jimmy; 2 Bjorklund, Lynn; I $$Ifi Black, Danny; 2 ' ItThIt Black, Tony;] Blackford, Jane; 2 o : f a %, kw. Blankenship, Albert; 3 Blocker, Harry; 3 Blomberg, Howard; 2 Bloom, Alice; 2 Blount, Christine; 2 Bolar, Glendora; 2 Bold, Larry; 1 Boles, Carol; 3 Bonner, Richard; 3 Boone. Oliver; 2 Booker, Cornelia; 2 Bossom. James; 1 Boston, Mary; 1 Boswell, Mary; 1 Boswell, Sherwin; 2 Botts, Charles; 2 Botts, Rita; 1 Bourdeau, Steve; 2 Bourne, Rick; 1 Boutwell, Danny; 2 Boutwell, Kathy; 1 Bowden, Cecil; 2 Bowden, Dennis; 3 Bowden, Robert; 3 Bowden, Rodney; 3 Bowers, Becky; 2 Bowling, Billy; 2 Boyd, Charles; 1 Boyd, Janice; 2 Boyd, John III; 2 Boyd. Pamela; 3 Boykin, Janice; 3 Boyles, Steve; 2 Bozeman, Jenni; 1 Bozeman. Lynn; 1 Bozeman, Scott; 1 Bozeman, Terry; 1 Brabham, Bill: 1 Bracewell, Robert; 2 Bradberry. Phillip; 1 Bradley, Gary; 1 Bradley, Gregg; 1 Bradley, James; 2 Bra dley. Terry Lee; 1 Bradshaw, Judy; 1 Brady, Rosen; 3 Brandon, James; 1 Brannon, Carol; 1 Brannon, Darlene; 1 Brannon, Mary; 3 Brantley, Catherine; 3 Brantley, Virginia; 1 Brasher, Mary; 1 Braswell, Roger; 2 Bractcher, William; 1 Brawner, Carolyn; 3 Bray, Annie V.; 2 Bray, Cheryl; 1 Bray, Elizabeth; 2 Bray, John; 3 Bray, Trammell; 1 Brazcll, Phillip; 2 Brewer, Rickey; 1 Briggs, Freddie; 2 Brigham, Timothy; 1 Bright, Eddie; 1 Brinkley, Bruce; 2 Broadwater, Rebecca; 3 Brook, James; 2 Brooks, Barbara; 1 Brooks, Deborah; 1 Brooks, Donnis; 2 Brooks, Eric; 2 Brooks, Jane; 3 Brooks, Loretta; 3 Brooks, Marceline; 3 Brooks, Shelia; 1 Brooks, Wanda; 2 Brookshire, Karen; 3 Broska, Dennis; 2 Brown, Debra; 1 Brown, Doug; 2 Brown, Edna; 2 Brown, Evelyn; 3 Brown, Gary; 2 Brown, Geoff; 1 Brown, James; 1 Brown, Jana; 1 Brown, Marshall; 2 Brown, Mary; 3 Brown, Murphy; 3 Brown, Nate; 3 Brown, Nora; 2 Brown, Patti; 3 Brown, Randall G.; 3 Brown, Renee; 1 Brown, Teresa; 2 Brown, Vickie; 3 Browning, Ronald; 3 Bruce, Barbara F.; 3 Bruner, Daucie; 3 Bruner, Larry P.; 3 Bruner, Mark; 1 Brunson, Greg; 2 Bruster, Bonnie S.; ' . Bryan, Bobbie; 1 Bryan, Connie; 3 Bryan, Diane; 3 ' B ■■■ ' Bryant, Janet; 2 Bryan. Lou Ann; 2 Bryan, Sybil Lou; 3 Bryant, George; 1 Bryant, Glenda; 1 Bryant, Karen; 1 Buchanon, Stanley; 2 Buckelew, Michael; 3 Bullock, Elain; 1 Bullock, Ted; 3 Burdeshaw, Amy; 3 Burdeshaw, Kevin; 1 Burge, Beverly; 1 Burkt, Jeff; 1 Burr, Timothy; 2 Burkett, Jerry; 3 Burnett, Barney; 1 Burnett, Georgia; 3 Burnett, Stephen; 3 Burney, Kathy; 1 Burns, Donna; 3 Burns, Ann; 1 Burroughs, Claudia: 2 Burton, Susan; 1 Busbee, Benny; 3 Bussman, Paul; 2 Butler, Amy; 2 Butler, Bob; 2 I 1 4 Butler, Bonnie; 1 Butler, Mark; 2 Butler, Roger; 1 Butler, Webb; 2 i Byrd, Donna; 2 Byrd, Gary; 2 , Byrd, Jerry; 3 Byrne, Katie; 1 Byrom. Linda; 1 Cain, Betty; 2 Cain, Cheryl; 2 Caldwell, Keith; 2 Caldwell, Susan; 1 Calhoun. Barbara; 3 Calhoun, Kenneth; 3 Calhoun, Pat; 2 Callaway, Karen; 1 Callis, George; 3 Camp, Carmen; 3 Campbell, Charlene; 2 Campbell, Deborah; 3 Campbell, Liz; 2 Campbell, James; 3 Campbell, Judy; 1 1 Campbell, Ken; 2 Campbell, Monette; 2 Campbell, Rebecca; 3 Campbell, Roddy; 1 Campbell, Susan; 2 Canant, William T.; 2 Candileri, Steven; 3 «v ' x ' . ' .v-V f .v,l Canfield, Celia; 1 Canfield, John; 3 Cannon, Kathryn; 1 Capps, Jack; 2 Capps, Joe; 2 Capps, Randy; 1 Caraway, Joseph; 2 Caraway, Richard; 1 Carlisle, Debbie; 2 Carlisle, Pamela; 3 Carlisle, David; 1 Carlton, Mark; 1 Carmichael, Buster; 1 Carmichael, David; 2 r ' ■ ' A- Carmichael, Debbie; 2 Carnathan, Clay; 1 Carnes, Ricky; 3 Carnley, Cindy; 1 Carnley, David; 2 Carpenter, David; 3 Carpenter, Michael; 1 Carpenter, Sandra; 2 Carr, Danny; 1 Carr, Veronica; 1 Carroll, Ellen; 1 Carroll, Gordon; 3 Carroll, John; 1 Carson, Kenneth; 1 Carter, Amelia; 2 Carter, Cindi; 1 Carter, Dennis; 3 Carter, Donna; 1 Carter, Janet; 3 Carter, Paul; 3 Carter, William; 3 Casey, Delphine; 1 Cassibry, Robert; 3 Cauthen, Cindy; 2 Cevasco. Margaret; 3 ChamblisB, Leesa Ann; 2 Chambliss, Russell; 3 Chancellor. Merlin; 3 •■ ■ ■ , I ' ' 1 ►Vr % Chancey, Carol; 3 Chaney, Bernard; 2 Chaney, Bernita; 1 Chapman, Kevin; 1 Chapman, Lea; 1 Chapman, Richard; 1 Charlton, Laura; 1 Cheatham, Herbert E. Jr 3 Chesteen, Gayle; 2 Cheung, Lin Ying; 1 Childers, Romona; 3 Chidree, Rhoda; 1 Childs, Robert; 3 Chaslain, Patricia; 1 Christian, Brad; 1 Christian; Richard; 2 Christian, Ricky; 3 Christie, Joy; 2 Christmas, Ronnie; 1 Crawford, Albert; 3 Crawford, Ginger; 2 Crawford, Johnny; 1 Crean, Patrick M.; 2 Creech, Greg; 3 Creek, Jon; 3 Creel, Candyce; 3 Creel, Mike; 1 Creel, Ronald; 3 Cregar, Pam; 1 Creswell, Barbara; 3 Crew, Debbie; 2 Crews, Ann; 1 Crews, Wanda; 2 Crine, Harry V.; 1 Crine, Ricky; 1 Crittenden, Debra; 1 Clark, Debbie; 3 Clark, Frances; 3 Clark, James; 3 Clark, John; 2 Clark, Marty G.; 1 Clark, Nancy; 3 Clark, Sandra; 2 Clark, Terry; 2 Clayton, Jeff; 1 Clayton, Katherine; 1 Clegg, Allen; 2 Clenney, Ralph; 3 Cloutier, Lisa; ] Coburn, James; 1 Cockercroft, Ann; 3 Cody, Norma; 1 Coldwater, Cleve; 3 Cole, Carol; 2 Cole, Jessie; 1 Cole, Richard; 3 V Cole, William; 2 Coleman, Julia; 3 Coliey, Helen; 2 Collier, George; 2 Collins, Charlie; 3 Collins, Robyn; 3 Collins, Vickie; 2 Coluard, David; 3 Colvin, Gwendolyn; 1 Combs, Mark; 1 Compton, Sabrina; 2 Connell, Julie; 2 Connell, Jimmy; 1 Conner, Deborah; 1 Conner, James; 2 Conoly, Don; 1 Cook, Andrew Cook, Deborah; 1 Cook, Deborah; 2 Cook, Tina; 2 Cook, Towanda; 3 Cooke, Caye; 1 Coone, Ralph V.; 2 Cooper, Danny; 1 Cooper, Floyd; 1 Cooper, Greg; 2 Cooper, JoAnne; 2 Cooper, Kathy; 1 Cooper, Ken; 1 Cooper, Remizer; 1 Cooper, Tommy; 1 Copeland, Linda; 3 Copper, Steve; 1 Cordell, Elizabeth L.: Cordell,JohnR.;3 Corliss, Reginald; 3 Cormack, Mike; 2 Cotton, Mike; 3 Coulter, Carol; 1 Cowan, Mike; 1 Courtney, Glenn; 3 Craft, Barbara; 2 Craik, Kenny; 1 Creel, Mike; 1 Croley, Rita; 3 Crook, Monica; 1 Crosskey, Doris; 2 Crowe, Jerome; 2 Croy, Don; 3 Croy, Sherrill; 2 Crum, Linda; 3 Crumpler, Bridget; 2 Crupper, Karen; 1 Culberson, Micheal; 1 Cullifer, Jeannine; 3 Culpepper, Bobby; 1 Culpepper, Susan; 3 Culpepper, Woody; 3 Culver, Florence; 1 C ' jlwell, Susan; 1 Cumbie, Marty; 1 Cumpton, Bobby; 1 Cunningham, Charlie; 1 Cunningham, Clay; 1 Cunningham, Jemison; 3 Curenton, Arm; 1 CuretOn, Dennis; 3 Curelon, Mary; 2 Curvin, Tim; 2 Custer, Rioh; 1 Cutss, Rhonda; 2 Dacus, Doris; 3 Dagostin, Scott; 2 Daly, Lynn; 2 Dansby, Cornelious; 1 David, Regenia; 2 Davidson, Vicki; 2 Daniel, Dan; 2 Daniel, Keith; 2 Daniels, Harold; 2 Daniels, Ron; 3 Davezan, Danthony; 1 Dantzer, Michael; 3 Davis, Donna; 1 Davis, Donny; 3 Davis, Frank; 1 Davis, George; 3 Davis, James; 3 Davis, Jeffery; 3 Davis, Kim; 1 Davis, Kim; 1 Davis, Kiran; 1 Davis, Laurie; 3 Davis, Len; 3 Davis, Martha; 1 Davis, Max; 2 Davis, Troy; 1 Davis, William; 3 Dantzer, Michael; 3 Dansby, Nancy; 1 Darsey, Mike; 1 Dawkins, Debbie; 2 Dawsey, James; 3 Day, Nancy; 3 Day, Mike; 3 Deal, Ken; 2 Deal, Tracy; 1 Deakins, Elizabeth; 2 Dean, Joseph; 2 Dean, Lee; 1 Dean, William; 3 Deane, Joan; 1 Debardeleben, Cindy; 2 Dees, Leslie; 2 Deese, Albert; 2 Degenhardt, Charles; 2 Deitsch, Jeff; 2 Demonbreun, Sue; 3 Demouy, Gloria; 3 Denham, Steven; 2 Denham, Stuart; 1 Derryberry, Michael; 2 Desmond, Julie; 2 Destito, John; 2 Dickens, Charles; 2 Dickinson, Christopher; 3 Dickerson, Mike; 1 Dickenson, Victor; 3 Dillard, Janet; 1 Dillender, Dan; 1 Divanian, Suzanne; 1 Dixon, Bill; 1 Dixon, Billy; 3 Dixon, Don; 1 nil Dixon, Don; 1 Hli «■■ " • aC Dixon, Victor; 1 Wttm ffl f 1 Doane, Anthony; 1 fsM Hv Dobbel, Harold; 1 MM Doglione, John; 3 Hral IB Domizio, Mike; 2 H9 |l, ' i Donaldson, Keron; 3 OKt Donnelly, Robert; 3 MM ■np • - yi Dorman, Debra; 1 KB h BL ' ■ ' " ' : Dotson, Fred; 1 HR 1 Ht M Douglas, Dana; 1 Hfl »• ' Btv i Dove, Sherrie; 1 S HI tj| viptf- ' Downing, Margie; 3 HJ H| g|||| ,{ ' t M ' -. 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Donald; 3 39H £His. Beverly: 2 p T H MMW Ellis. John; 1 ■ JIBW Ellis. Ken; 3 l§Sfij| EIHs - Rachel; 3 ¥ JwSHH Ellisor. David; 1 HHBi Ellisor, John; 1 : IB V BBS} Elliott. Carolyn; 1 ■A - M2| SmH Elliott, Deborah: 2 QD B Elmore, Debra; 1 $ I H Elmore, Margaret; 2 ■H HC Elsberry. Don; 1 If ' ■ H Emfinger, Janet; 1 a H HH Emmons. Martha: 1 tjra jHjj H Enfield, Irene; 1 ■ H Enfinger. Davida; 3 B x HR Enfinger. Mellany; 2 Hflj Enfinger. Phy lis; 1 H English. Van: 1 fl H Enloe. Lee; 1 a. KBH Ensley. Cathy: 2 H BBH Enslen. Terry; 2 (3 HB Epps. Janice; 3 w EBB Estes. Floyd: 2 sw BJBK Est " s - M °lly: 3 HBR Estes. Tricia: 2 HjHJI Etheridge. Donna; 3 Ik fl H Etheridge. Lisa; 2 ■ H Etheridge. Shirley; 2 H Etheridge, Susan; 3 | HM Eubanks, Jeanine; 3 BBS Evans, Kim; 2 i i . HMD Everett. Sarah: 1 HEHj Ewing. Scott: 1 . V 1 B Ezell. Ronny: 2 KJB9 Faircloth, Deborah; 1 v w angk Faison. Louis; 1 HttKo Fannin. Bethany; 2 .. HflfjjB Fannin. Carol: 2 SSJEE Fannin, Susan: 1 Bfi$%M Fannin. William; 3 JnHflrt] Farrar. Melanie; 1 ■ ■ 1 IMijifj Farrar. Mike; 1 B v . " JB mHSajj Farrar, Robert; 3 «fln B»Hh! Faulk, Carlton; 2 jfljjlgg Faulk. Janet: 2 B mjT BUaflg Faulk. Michelle; 2 UfBffl Faulkner, Martha: 3 Hri MI Hi Hbu ' ' ' CTjBflW Favor. Garry; 3 l iik ttPfB Felton, David: 3 Hs mm jjn||ja| Felton. Jacklyn; 1 urn lH ESIltB Ferguson, Tyrone; 3 Bl _ T ||Jfll| Fernald, Carl; 2 ' l iM SBfiSg Fernald, Pam; 1 " . ' JftBcfti Fernandez, Ellis; 2 Ferranti, Steve; 3 Ferrell, Jerry; 3 Fetner, Charles; 3 Fetter, Cindy; 2 Fielder, Glen; 2 Fielding, Russell; 2 Fields, Elvis; 3 Filmore, Bill; 1 Fina, Dave; 1 Fincher, Janet; 1 Finlay, James; 1 Finlayson, Ray; 2 Finlayson, Rita; 3 Finney, Marilyn; 3 Fiser, Barbara; 2 Fleming, Norman; 3 Fleming, Thelmanne; 3 Fletcher, Brent; 1 Fletcher, David; 3 Flowers, Billy; 3 Flowers, Brenda; 3 Flowers, Donald; 1 Flowers, Elizabeth; 3 Flowers, Kaye; 1 Flowers, Pam; 2 Flowers, Sherrie; 3 Floyd, Johnnie; 3 Floyd, Maria; 3 Floyd, Lang; 3 Floyd, Robert; 1 Fogarty, Julie; 1 Folmar, Laurianne; 2 Folmar, Bernard; 1 Folsom, James; 3 Fontaine, Mitford; 3 Foreman, Angelia; 2 Forester, Kerry; 1 Forrester, Debra; 1 Fortune, Yolanda; 3 Foster, Alden; 1 Fowler, Bobby; 1 Fowler, Evelyn; 3 Francis, Laura; 1 Franklin, Doristine; 1 Franklin, Ralph; 3 Franklin, Sandra; 2 Frederick, Scott; 2 Freeman, Mike; 1 Freeman, Rebecca; 3 Freeman, William; 3 Frost, Lydia; 2 1 h 1==4 m - B Ws. « i= «r B .sVORfo. i ' l ll H J r 1 1 1. 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Angelun; 2 Gibbs, Michael; 1 Gibbs, Wanda; 2 Gibson, Allan; 3 Gibson, Janis; 3 Gibson, Mark; 1 Gibson, Melanie; 1 Gibson, Wanda; 2 Gilbert, Sheila; 3 Gilbert, Wendell; 1 Giles, Sheri; 2 Giles, Terri; 1 Gill, Bunnie; 2 Gill, Myra; 3 Gillespie, JoAnn; 1 Gillespie, Mark; 2 Gilmore, Kenneth D.; 3 Gilmore, Linda; 2 Gillian, Gina; 1 Gilliam, Katharyn; 1 Gillis. Rod; 1 Gilley,KathyJ.;3 I r ukr ' .r _ Glover, Bobby; 3 Ei - 3h Glover, Lela; 1 ■■V b Glover, Terry; 1 Glenn, Jennifer; 3 lr Glover, Martin; 1 Glenn, Cameron; 2 ■ 1 Glenn, Carlton; 1 ■ 4. Glove, Gwen; 1 ) Godwin, Cindy; 3 Hi » Godwin, Chuck; 2 Godwin, Gary; 1 Godwin, Gayla; 2 wB Tj Godwin, Holly; 1 Godwin, Monta; 3 1 h MB gr Goemaat, Liz; 2 Goings, Glynn; 3 W ■» t B Golden, Rick; 2 HK , v |Bff Gooden, Eddie; 1 la iH Goodwin, Martha; 1 BP Goolsby, Brenda; 3 gmr - Golson, Jack; 2 Goray, Sherri; 2 BT B Gosha, Thomas; 1 BBSS V • " ■ ' ■ 1 i ■ 3 Grabusky, Steve; 1 Graham, Jenny; 3 Graham, Karen; 2 ■ff M ' • Graham, Meg; 2 Graham, Phyllis; 3 y- ; Graham, Ricky; 2 1 H ffl ■ Graham, Steve; 2 Gralheor, Blane; 2 Gralhccr, Tamara; 1 Hwji KL 9 Grandberry, Angela; 3 HrA Grandbcrry, Karla; 3 Grant, Boyd; 1 ■BUM ™ ' KBlfjutl; • 1 y: 1 1 j vy Grant, Carldon; 3 Grant, Connie; 2 Grant, Kathy; 3 Grant, Martha; 2 Graves, Brent; 2 Graves, Valerie; 1 Gray, Kathy; 1 Gray, Jeff; 1 Gray, Keith; 1 Gray, Jerome; 2 Gray, Robin; 3 Green, Denson; 1 Green, Donna; 1 Green, Gary; 1 Green, Henny; 2 Green, Johnny; 1 Green, Ricky; 1 Green, Susan; 2 Greene, David; 3 Greenhill, Henry; 3 Greening, Lori; 1 Greforius, Nancy; 1 Gregory, Bill; 3 Gregory, Linda; 2 Grefory, Rachael; 2 Griffin, Ann; 1 Griffin, Bill; 1 Griffin, Dallas; 1 Griffin, Gloria; 3 Griffin, Jackson; 3 Friffin, Jane; 3 Griffin, Mark; 1 Griffin, Scott; 1 Griggers, Arthur; 2 Griggers, William; 2 Griggs, James; 1 Grimes, Howard; 3 Grimes, Kenny; 1 Grimes, Susan; 1 Grimes, Susan D.; 2 Grimes, Sandy; 1 Grisby, Ricky; 1 Griffin, Mary; 1 Griffin, Sara; 1 Groce, Jerry; 3 Groce, Tammy; 1 Grouby, Chip; 1 Grubbs, Gracie; 2 Guelfi, Bob; 1 Guimond, Gayla; 1 Guthrie, Melissa; 1 Haddock, Jeannie; 1 Haddock, Shirley; 3 Haisten, Cindy; 2 ' Mm Hail, Kim; 1 mm Halacker, Mason; 3 IW1 Halford, James; 3 Hall, Bruce; 2 HalL Debra; 2 Hall, Kathy; 3 Hall, Lottie; 2 Hall, Newman; 2 Hall, Patricia; 2 BiWUtfllLL— ; Hall, Robert; 3 Ham, James; 3 Hamilton, Barry; 1 Hamilton, Billy; 2 Hamilton, Linda; 1 Hamilton, Steve: 1 Hammond, Harry; 2 Hamrick, Joiine; 2 Hamrirk, William; 3 Hanaver, Richard; 3 Hanchey, Freddie; 1 Hancock, Mike; 2 Hands, Jiles; 3 Hankins, Patrick; 2 Hanson, Hunter; 2 Hapgood, John; 3 Harbuck,Jeff;l Harbuck, Jennifer; 3 Harden, Mary; 3 Harden, William; 3 Hardwick, Alice Hardy, Bobbie; 1 Hardy, Sidney; 3 Hardy, Susan; 2 Harley, Cassandria; 2 Harmon, Ann; 3 Harp, Willie; 2 Harper, Gary; 2 Harper, Vicki; 1 Harrell, Mary R.; 2 Harrell, Sharon; 2 Harrelson, Jackie; 2 Harris, George; 2 Harris, Lemuel; 1 Harris, Pamela; 2 Harris, Rebecca; 3 Harris, Sammy; 1 Harris, Steven; 3 Harris, Susan; 2 Harris, Yvette; 2 Harrison, Ginny; 1 Harrison, Jacqueline; 1 Harrison, Miriam; 2 Harrison, Roy; 3 Harrison, Teresa; 2 Harruff, Kim; 1 Hart, Myra; 1 Hartman, Steven; 2 Hartzog, Greg; 3 Harvey, Davise; 1 Hasemeier, James; 1 Haster, Michael; 3 Hasty, Chris; 1 Hathcock, Martha; 3 Haught, Herbie;2 Hawkins, Danny; 1 Hawkins, Greg; 1 Haws, Gerald; 2 Hayes, Linda; 3 Hayes. Lynn; 2 Hayes, Phillip; 1 Head, Becky; 1 Heartstill, Robert; V ppnnp Heaton, Sharon; 1 Hedgepath, Rebecca; 2 Hedgecock, Randy; 3 Hegler, Sherri; 2 Heins, Peter; 3 Heiss, Marilyn; 3 Helms, David; 1 Helms, James; 3 Helms, Julia; 1 Helms, Randy; 3 Helms, Ted; 1 Helms, Victor; 3 Helton, William; 2 Helton, Winfred; 1 Hepburn, Ralph; 1 Henderson, Charla; 2 Henderson, Deborah L.; Henderson, Deborah; 2 Henderson, Debra; 3 Henderson, Dottie; 3 Henderson, Jacquelin; 1 Henderson, Lilly; 3 Heninger, Mike; 2 Henninger, David; 1 Henry, Jackie; 3 Henry, Kathy; 3 Henry, Roger; 3 Herbst, Patti; 3 Hernandez, Jamessa; 1 Herndon, Sherri; 2 Herrin, Norma; 2 Herring, Danny; 1 Herrod, Nelda; 1 Hickman, John; 2 Hicks, Lavoria; 2 Hightower, Judi; 3 Hill, Brenda; 3 Hill, Jennifer; 2 Hill, Linda; 2 Hill, Shannon; 1 Hillig, Keri; 2 Hilyer, Terry; 2 Hines, John; 1 Hines, Wayne; 1 Hinger, Beth; 2 Hitson, Ben; 2 Hixon, Laura; 1 Hobgood, Bo; 1 Hobbs, Chris; 1 Hobbs, Debbie; 1 Hodge, Ramona; 1 Hoff, Nancy; 3 Hoffman, Elaine; 2 Hogan, David; 2 Hoiles, Richard; 2 Holland, Daphne; 3 Hollis, Andy; 1 Holland, Reba; 2 Hollis, Lesia; 2 Holloway, Jamey; 1 Holloway, Kimberly; 1 Holloway, Lillie; 1 Holloway, Robert; 2 Holloway, William; 3 Holmes, Charles; 2 Holmes, Jack; 1 Holmes, Lisa; 1 Holmes, Robert; 3 Holt, Steve; 3 Hooks, Johnny; 1 Hooten, Cathleen; 1 Horn, Bill; 2 Horn, Kenny; 3 Hornsby, David; 2 Hornsby, Hayward; 1 Hornsby, Lynn; 3 Houston, Betty; 2 Houston, Debbie; 3 Houston, John; 3 Howard, Billie; 1 Howard, David; 3 Howard, Lucy; 3 Howard, Vicki; 2 Howell, Barry; 1 Howell, Joseph; 3 Howell, Thomas; 1 Hudgens, James; 1 Hudley, Arlene; 1 Hudspeth, Michael; 1 Hughes, Bill; 1 Hughes, Connie; 2 Hughes, Jackie; 1 Hughes, Larry; 1 Hughes, Nina; 1 Hughes, Rhonda; 2 Hughes, Ronnie; 3 Hughes, Bill; 2 Hulsey, Barney; 2 Hunt, Donald; 2 Hunt, James; 1 Hunter, James; 1 Hurst, Carl; 3 Hurst, Kathy; 2 Hussey, Kim; 1 Hussey, Timothy; 1 Hutto, Paul; 1 Hydrick, Don; 1 Ingram, Cynthia; 1 Ingram, James; 2 Ingram, Patrice; 1 Irvin, Joseph; 2 Ishee, Jeff; 1 Ivey, Tyndal; 2 lvey, Timmy; 1 Jackson, Byron; 3 Jackson, Dcloris; 2 Jackson, Ellen; 2 . I " 1 Jackson, Jablonski; 3 Jackson, Janice; 2 Jackson, Kitty; 2 Jackson, Larry; 2 Jackson, Mark; 2 Jackson, Tim; 2 Jacobs, Mark; 3 Jacquay, Steve; 3 James, Cathy; 3 James, Patricia; 2 Jarman, Roxanne; 2 Jeffcoat, Evone; 1 Jeffcoat, Judy; 2 Jeffries, Susan; 2 Jenkins, Andrew; 3 Jenkins, Frank; 1 Jennings, James; 2 Jennings, Virginia; 2 Jerkins, Phyllis; 1 Jerkins, Terry; 2 Jerkins, Theresa; 1 Jesse, Robert; 2 Jett, Lori; 3 Jinright, Kaye; 3 Johns, Sharon; 3 Johnson, Alice; 1 Johnson, Camille; 1 Johnson, Charles; 2 Johnson, Cindy; 1 Johnson, Cliff; 1 Johnson, Donald Lee; 3 Johnson, Gary; 3 Johnson, Gloria; 3 Johnson, Grace; 1 Johnson, Jerry; 3 Johnson, Jim; 2 Johnson, Kenny; 1 Johnson, Lynda; 1 Johnson, Marian; 3 Johnson, Nehemiah; 2 Johnson, Nora; 1 Johnson, Pam; 1 Johnson, Paul; 1 Johnson, Portia; 1 Johnson, Rachel; 2 Johnson, Roland David; 3 Johnson, Satira; 1 Johnson. Susan; 1 Johnson, Tim; 2 Johnson, Walter; 3 Johnson, William; 1 Johnston, Debbie; 3 Johnston, Wade; 2 Johnston, Wendy; 2 Joiner, Mike; 2 joiner, Susan; 1 Jones, Anita; 2 Jones, Barney; 3 Jones, Barry; 1 Jones, Beverly; 2 Jones, Carol; 3 Jones, Cynthia; 1 Jones, David; 1 Jones, David; 3 Jones, Emmie; 1 Jones, Freda; 1 Jones, Gary; 1 Jones, Gerald; 3 Jones, Jack; 2 Jones, Jana; 3 Jones, Jesse; 1 Jones, Joe; 1 Jones, Jimmy; 1 Jones, Julie; 2 Jones, Larry; 3 Jones, Lee; 1 Jones, Mike; 1 Jones, Mona Carol; 2 Jones, Pam; 2 Jones, Rebecca; 1 Jones, Ricky; 1 Jones, Robert; 3 Jones, Sharon; 3 Jones, Steve; 1 Jones, Susan; 3 Jones, Thomas; 2 Jones, Walter; 1 Jordan, Cliff; 2 Jordan, Debbie; 2 Jordan, Deborah; 3 Jordan, George; 3 Jordan, Janet: 2 Jordan, Mary: 3 Justice, Joey; 1 Justinger, Bruce; 2 Kaiser, Randy; 1 Kam|»si hmdit, Robert; 2 Rapes, Thomas; 3 ECarp, Dav id; 2 Kellam, Pam; 1 Kcllcy, Edwin; 2 Kcllcy. Ivy; 3 -» • ' F m « Kelley, Rosemary; 2 Kelly, Dennis; 2 Kelly, Edwin; 2 Kelly, Sandy; 3 Kelly, Sharon Elaine; 1 Kelly, Susan; 1 Kelly, Susie; 2 Kelly, Whit; 2 Keith, Tom; 3 Kendrick, Candice; 1 Kendrick, Clyde; 2 Kendrick, Gina; 3 Kendrick, Joruth; 2 Kennedy, Daphne; 3 Kennedy, John; 1 Kennedy, Melanie; 3 Kent, Rebecca; 3 Kersker, Faron; 1 Kessel, Daniel; 1 Kessel, William; 1 Ketcham, Anna; 3 Ketcham, Ken; 1 Key, Dianne; 2 Kickliter, Kathy; 1 Killingsworth, Barbara; 1 Killingsworth, Donna; 1 Kilpatrick, Craig; 1 Kilpatrick, Scott; 1 Kimbro, Janet; 3 Kimmel, Nancy; 3 Kimmel, Robert; 1 King, Chris; 1 King, Dejerilyn; 1 King, Emma; 3 King, Iona; 1 r -i ; , .? j i .is King, Kimi; 2 $ King, Nellie; 3 | King, Ollie; 1 1 King, Renita; 2 1 M Kinkade, Cheryl; 2 | Amm Kinsey, Jan; 2 | m v ' Kinsey,Jon;2 1 Kirkland, Anthony; 1 j Kluttz, Marcie; 3 1 ■ v ■ Knauff, Roger; 1 1 -» A Knight, Darlene; 2 1 S Knight, Larry; 3 1 w Knox, Benton; 2 1 - m Knox, Diantha; 3 1 mmmm Knox, Ken; 3 1 Konkle, Renate; 2 | »SE Kovach, Robert; 3 | w Koelln, Walt; 2 Kl Kramer, Cindy; 1 1 w Kravitz, Lynne; 3 1 Kreis, Mike; 1 Kyzar, Marcus; 2 4k Kyzar, Romana; 2 jB Labado, Michael; 1 Ladnier, David; 3 j jiEk LaGrone, Betty; 3 m ' Lambeth, Betty Lou; 1 Lambert, Debra; 3 1 Lambeth, Diana; 1 ♦: Lamp, Rocky; 3 Sm Landers, Mark; 2 tw Lane, Jeff; 3 i ▼ Langford, Polly; 3 j f Large, Brenda; 2 | Large, Fred; 1 Lariosa, Trinidad; 3 «i. Larkin, Ronald; 1 . Larkin, Terri; 1 Larkin, Thomas; 2 or Larsen, Cindy; 2 •-, Al, Lassiter, Melissa; 2 WkJLL Lasseter, Elizabeth; 1 Latta, Forrest; 1 ' ztBk Lavender, Douglas; 2 id Lavender, Sharon; 3 iM Lawley, Dane; 3 WL Lawrence, Robert; 1 J t Leonard, Lisa; 3 ,«» w " ' Levi, Gary; 2 Levins, Paul; 1 Leverette, Terrell; 3 2fiL Lewis, Beverly; 1 w Lewis, Denise; 3 •H Lewis, Frank; 2 1 s Ledbetter, Buddy; 3 Leddon, Myra; 3 Lee, Arthur; 3 Lee, Betty Ann: 1 ; : ' .■.• ' Lee, David; 3 Lee, Donna; 1 , ' :■!. ' . Lee, Elizabeth; 3 HHKHM Lee, Jack; 3 ifiwEBp r Lee, James; 2 MlHfflB ' i Lee, Joni; 1 Lee, Randy; 1 Lee, Sandra; 1 Lehman, Vicky; 1 Lemon, Elizabeth; Leon, Mary; 2 Lewis, Gail; 2 r r Lewis, Gerry Chip; 3 Lewis, Joseph; 2 Lewis, Stan; 1 Libbey, Nancy; 2 Lightfoot, Kathy; 3 Lindsay, Art; 1 Lindsay, Keith; 2 Linton, Wayne; 1 Lipscombe, Robert; 1 Little, Edwin; 1 Little, Liz; 1 Little, Phyllis; 1 Livermore, Evelyn; 3 Lisenby, Ron; 3 Locklin, Libby; 2 Logan, David; 3 Logan, Ricky; 1 Long, Karen; 1 Long, Patsy; 3 Long, Paul; 3 Long, Walter; 3 Lou, John; 1 Louviere, Nancy; 1 Lovell, Marco; 1 Lovett, Debbie; 1 Lowe, Sheila; 2 Lowery, Lee; 3 Lowery, William; 2 Luckerson, Pat; 3 Lumpkin, Thomas; 3 Lunsford, Bill; 2 Luster, Danny; 3 Lutheke, Carol; 1 Lyles, Bill; 1 Lynch, Carol; 1 Lynch, Mitchell; 1 Lyon, Rosanne; 3 Mace, Susan; 3 Mack, Lynne; 2 Madden, Pat; 1 Maddox, Jerri; 3 Magee, Jon; 1 Mahone, William; 2 Major, Harold; 2 Maledy, Ann; 3 Mallory, Betty; 2 Mallory, Freddy; 3 Malmberg, Grace; 3 Maluda, Kitty; 1 Mancil, Ron; 2 Manley, Richard; 2 Mann, Jacqueline; 3 Manning, Mickey; 1 Manry, Helen; 1 Manry, Sarah; 2 Marchant, Yvette; 1 Marrhclti, Donna; 1 Marks, Darwin; 3 Marlcr, Mickey; 1 Marlcr, Sherry; 1 Marrs, James; 1 Marsh, Kaihy; 2 Marshall, Kathy; 2 Marsh, David; 1 Marshall, Jeannette; 2 Martin, Baebara; 3 Martin, Brenda; 3 Martin, Dan; 2 Martin, Debbie; 1 Martin, Janice; 3 Martin, Robert; 1 Martin, Will; 1 Marvin, Wilbert; 1 Mason, Bob; 1 Massey, Benny; 3 Massey, Cheryll; 2 Massey, Leesa; 1 Mathews, James; 2 Mathews, Shirley; 2 Mathiews, Beverly; 2 Mathis, Howard; 3 Matrone, Louis; 3 Matthes, Jim; 3 Matthews, Kari; 1 Matthews, Robert; 3 Matthews, Susan; 2 Mattle, Lynn; 1 Mauldin, Dennis; 1 Mauldin, Lee Ann; ] Maxey, Ricky; 3 May, Bonnie; 2 May, Jane; 1 May, Timothy; 1 May, Wayne; 3 May, William; 2 Mayberry, Nancy; 3 Mazeau, Michelle; 2 McNeil, Laurie; 2 McCain, Robert; 2 McCall, Maggie; 3 McCarley, Thomas; 3 McClellan, James; 3 McClendon, Tammy; 1 McClure, Sherell; 1 McClusky, Lisa; 1 McConatha, Mike; 1 McCormick, Don; 3 McCorvey, Gloria; 3 McCraw, Craig; 1 McCray, Willie; 3 McCrea, Tom; 1 McCulloch, Anna; 1 McDaniel; John; 1 McDaniel, Melanie; 1 McDaniels, Vivian; 1 McDonald, Dianne; 1 McDonald, Foye; 1 McDonald, James Alford; 3 McDonoughm, Noreen; 1 P» «• ' ir V-. r McDowell, Fred-,3 McDowell, Tamara: 1 McFall. Mark: 1 McGastcr. Martha; 3 McGhcc. David; 3 McGehcc, Nancy: 2 McGhar. Nancy; 2 McGill,Jo;l McGill,John;2 McGill, Melissa; 1 McGilvray, Maxon; 1 McGraw, Sherre; 3 McGriff, Glenn; 1 McGuinly, Pam; 1 McGuire, Brenda; 1 McGuire, Michael; 2 Mcintosh. Bill; 1 Mcintosh, Mark; 1 McKenzie, John; 1 McKenzie. William: 1 McKinley, Beth; 1 McKinley, Steve; 3 McKinney. Diane; 2 McKinnon, Jim; 1 McKinnon, Patricia; 1 McKinnon, Tamera; 1 McKnight. James; 3 McLean. Cheryl; 2 McLean. John; 3 McLeod. Carol; 3 McLeod, Linda; 1 McLinn. Gerald; 2 McLoyd, Bettye; 3 McMichael, Patricks; 1 McMillian, Cynthia; 3 McMillian. Jackie; 2 McMillian, Teresa; 1 McNeal. Bobby; 1 McNcal, Janice; 2 McNease, Jiley; 3 McPherson, Kathy; 1 McReynolds, Barry; 3 fc.- ] McVay. Wanda; 2 Meadows. Benny; 2 Means, James; 2 Meeks, Deborah; 1 Meeks, Donnie; 2 Meek. Frances; 2 Meeks. Tommy; 1 Mehaffey. Linda; 3 Melton. Freda; 3 Melvin. Toni; 3 Menzen, Anita; 1 Meredith, Cindy; 1 Merrill, Jan; 3 Merritt, Donald: 3 Merritt, Varnor; 3 Messick. Polly; 1 Metcalf, William; 1 Mewbourne, David; 2 Mickelson. Linda; 1 Milbry. Brenda; 1 Miley, Vicki; 2 Miller, Alfred; 1 Miller, Angela; 1 Miller, Beverly; 3 Miller, Deborah; 1 Miller, Elaine; 1 Miller, Elliot; 2 Miller, Rebecca; 3 Miller, Rodney; 2 Miller, Teresa; 3 Mills, Patricia; 2 Mills, Womac; 3 Milner, Liz; 3 Milner, Bobby; 2 Mims, Johnny; 1 ' ar «r " A .■■■: w T fT ? , Mims, Ronnie; 1 Miner, Alice; 2 Miner, Nancy; 2 Miracle, Dinna; 1 Mitchell, Charles; 2 Mitchell, Cindy; 1 Mitchell, Debra; 2 Mitchell, Jonah; 2 I, Mr i Mitchell, Marilue; 2 Mitchell, Patsy; 2 M 1- Mitchell, Ronnie; 3 Mitchell, Sherry; 2 Mithen, Scott; 3 Mixon, Wendy; 3 Moman, Charlotte; 1 Moncus, Thomas; 1 Money, Carolyn; 2 Money, Diane; 3 Money, John; 2 Moody, Steve; 1 Moreman, John; 1 Moriconi, Stan; 1 Moore, Lisa; I Moore, Michael; 1 . M m — H WnlFm wmSr BflSfll if ' .. ii If CftV Moore. Randall; 2 Moore, Tay; 1 Moore, Sharon; 2 Moore, Sharon; 3 Moorehead, Karla; ' , Mokeda, Joseph; 2 Morgan, Burl; 1 Morgan, Mary; 2 Morgan, Monty; 1 Morgan, Pam; 1 Morgan, Robyn; 1 Morr, David; 3 Morris, Cathy; 1 Morris, Ethel; 3 Morris, Judy Ann; 1 Morris, Pam; 2 Morris. Rhonda; 3 Morrison, Debra; 1 Morrison, John; 1 Morrison, Judith; 1 Morrison, Pam; 2 Morrow, Clarence; 2 Motley, Gracie; 1 Moutry, Morel; 3 Mount, Danny; 1 Moyers, David; 2 Mullins, Larry; 2 Mungenast, Sue; 2 Murph), Michelle; Murphy, Pal; 2 Myers, Belva; 1 Myrick, James; 3 Myers, Marshall; 3 Myers, Ramdal; 3 Myers. Wanda; 2 Nabors. Ken; 1 Nail. Nancy; 3 Nail, Nina; 1 Nakazawa, Kenichi; 1 Narro, Karl; 3 McNair, Paul; 1 Neidcffer, John; 2 Neighbors, Linda; 2 Nelson, Danny; 2 Nelson, Debra; 1 Nelson, Jeffrey; 2 Nelson, Phyllis; 1 Nesmith, Robert; 3 Nettuno, Vincent; 1 New, Kevin; 2 Newberry, Mike; 1 Newman, Dale; 3 Newman, Janet; 3 Newman. John; 2 Newman, Joy; 2 Newman, Kelly; 1 Newman, Kelly Lee; 2 Newman, Mae; 2 Newman, Randy; 1 Newman, Sheila; 3 Nichols, Cheryl; 3 Nichols, Cozette; 2 Nichols. Nick; 2 Nichols, Nick; 1 Nix, Eugenia; 2 Nix, Tommy; 3 Noble, Susan; 1 Norris, Greg; 3 Norris, Terry; 3 Norris, Thomas; 3 Northern, Roy; 1 Norton, Brenda; 1 Nunnolee, Gary; 1 Ogden, Vicki; 1 Ogletree, Jane; 2 Ogle, Jo Ann; 3 Oglesby, Anida; 3 Oglesby, Brenda; 1 Pglesby, Susan; 1 O ' Grady, Patty; 1 Oler, Donna; 2 Olive, Annette; 1 Oliver, Betty; 2 Oliver, Lelon; 2 Oliver, Lewis; 3 Oliver, Mike; 3 Oliver, Suzan; 3 Oliver, Steve; 1 Olson, Mark; 1 Oneal, Deborah; Onorati, Bob; 1 Osborne, Sandy; 3 Osborne, Susan; 2 O ' Sullivan, Jane; 3 Oswald, Tina; 1 Overton, Larue; 1 Owen, David; 1 Owen, Lisa; 1 Owen, Virginia; 3 Owens, Brenda; 1 Owens, Deb; 2 Owens, Don; 3 Owens, Joanne; 2 Owens, Ray; 2 Owens, Robert; 2 Owens, Teresa; 3 Owings, Keith; 1 Paape, Cynthia; 3 Padgett, Marilyn; 3 Page, Burton; 1 Page, Jerry; 3 Page, Melissa; 1 Page, Robert; 2 Page, Vivian; 3 Palmer, Edward; 3 Paparella, Pasquale; 3 Paredes, Luis; 2 Parham. Willie; 3 Park, Carol; 2 Park, Karen; 1 Park, Sharon; 1 Parkins, Alvin; 3 Parks, Ginger; 1 Parker, Bill; 2 Parker, Glenda; 3 Parker, Glenda; 2 v I ■ ■ v v. Bfer : - ' ■ ■ Parker. James; 3 Parker. Naney; 2 Parker. Pam; 1 Parker. Richard; 3 Parker. Susan; 1 Parker. Virginia; 3 Parks. Cheryl; 2 Parrimon. Dale; 2 Parrish. Jim; 1 Parrish. Ricky; 1 Parrish. Ronnie; 2 Parsons, Can; 1 Partner. Simon; 1 Patridgc. Kerry; 2 Pasrhall.Pam;3 Pale. Gregory; 1 Patrirk, Donna; 1 Patterson, Rohert; 3 Patton. Virginia; 3 Paul, Betsy; 1 Paulk. James; 3 Paxson, Barrett; 1 Paxson, Robert; 2 Paxson, William; 1 Payne. Kathy; 3 Payne, Russell; 2 Pearl, Peggie; 2 Peek, Jessie; 3 Penn, Pamela: 1 Pentz, Tammy; 1 PenU, Teresa; 3 Pepper, Louie; 1 Peppers, Charlie; 2 Perdue, Nell; 2 Perdue, Norma; 3 Perez, Pat; 1 Perkins, Melanie; 2 Perry, Shelly; 2 Perry, Sybil; 1 Persons, Debbie; 2 Persons, Becky; 1 Persons, Scott; 2 Peterson, Cathy; 3 Peterson, Lyetta; 2 Peterson, Vette; 2 Pettaway. Darron; 3 Pettaway, Louise; 3 Pettway, Channie;2 Pettway, Etta; 2 Petty, Cynthia; 1 Pezent, Becky; 3 Phillabaum, Kathleen; 3 Phillips, Aletha; 1 Phillips, Barbara; 3 Phillips, Eddie; 3 Phillips. Glen; 3 Phillips, Guerry; ] Phillips, Karen; 1 Phillips, Pam; 3 Phillips, Raymond; 1 Phillips, Susan; 1 Phillips, Teddy; 3 Phillips. Teresa; 3 Phillips, Trina; 3 Philyaw, Sam; 2 Pickett, Cheryl; 3 Pickett, Joyce; 1 Pierce, Regina; 1 Pmckard, Mac; 3 Pinckard, Vicky; 2 Pipkins, Martha; 2 Pippins, Lynn; 3 Pittman, Monty; 3 Pitts, Kelly; 2 Plash, Floyd; 2 Poellnitz, Angela; 1 Pollak, John; 2 Pollard, Miriam; 1 Pollard, Velma; 2 Poole, Gayle; 1 Ponder, Frankie; 1 Posey, James; 1 Posey, Shirley; 3 Potts, Jo Fran; 1 Potts, Sylvester; 1 Pouncey, Warren; 1 Powell, Beverly; 3 Powell, Charlotte; 2 Powell, Ellen; 1 Powell, Katie; 2 Powell, Mike; 3 Powell, Bob; 2 Powers, Mara; 1 Prater, Jimmie; 1 Pratt, Deborah; 2 Price, Ellen; 2 Price, Sheila; 3 Pridgedon, Sheila; 1 Prirnm, Shannon; 3 Prince, Elizabeth; 1 Pugh. Debbie; 1 Pugh, James; 1 Punshon, Sharon; 2 Purta, Michael; 1 Pyfrom, Rebecca; 3 Railey, Dawn; 1 Raines, Philip; 3 Raines, Yvonne; 3 Rainey, Tim; 3 Rambert. Lynn; 2 Ramer, Susan; 3 Rainey, Mike Rankin, Charles; 2 Rankin, Sabrina; 2 Ransom, Rachel; 1 Rattan, Fred; 3 Rawlinson, Brenda; 1 Rawls, Mary; 3 Rawls, Robin; 1 Rayhnn, Deborah; 2 Raybon, Sherree; I Ray, Janet; 1 R( asoner, Roger; 2 Rcasonover, Ronnie; i Reaves, Janicw ; 1 Redden, Kyle; 1 -» P . V Y» Reddoch, Lewis; 1 Reed, Karen; 2 Reed, Norma; 1 Reed, Terry; 2 Reeder, Robin; 3 Reese, Donald; 3 Reese, Edna; 3 Reeves, Lister; 2 Reeves, Twila; 1 Reger, Gary; 3 Register, Lucy; 1 Reichle. Scott; 1 Ren f roe, Edgar; 1 Renfroe, Sandra; 3 Reynolds, Lavand; 2 Rhodes, Paulette; 3 Rice, Debbie; 2 Rich, Sybil; 3 Richardson, Brenda; 3 Richardson, Calvin; 3 Richardson, Clarence; 2 Richardson. Clem; 3 Richardson, Paul; 2 Richardson, Sandra; 3 Richburg, Edna; 3 Richburg, William; 3 Rickter, Carol; 3 Rickett, Clarissa; 3 Riddle, Jimmy; 3 Riddle, Sharon; 1 Rigdon, Charles; 1 Rigdon, Karen; 3 Riley, Jimmie; 1 Riley, Victor; 1 Rinehart, Jack; 3 Ritter, Denise; 1 Riva, Mark; 1 Rivers, Ed; 1 Robbins, Barbara; 2 Robbins, Paul; 1 Robbins, Teresa; 2 Robertson, Terry; 2 Roberts, Brenda; 2 Roberts, Donna; 3 Roberts, King; 1 Roberts, Mack; 1 Roberts, Patrick: 3 Robinson, Daryl; 2 Robinson, Melanie; 2 Robinson, Rob; 2 Robinson, Rodney; 3 Robinson, Yvonne; 2 Rochette, Donn; 2 Rockholt, Chip; 3 Roddam, Henry; 3 Rodgers, Ann; 3 Rodgers, Henry; 1 Rodgers, Lee; 1 Rogers, Charles; 2 Rogers, Donny; 2 Rogers, Ernest; 3 Rogers, Janice; 3 Rogers, Ricky; 3 Rollison, Rick; I Romero, Carlos; 1 Rohrbaugh, George; 1 Rosandich, Greg; 1 Rosbough, Guy; 1 Rose, James; 2 Ross, Susan; 1 Ross, Tina; 1 Rosummy, Vera; 3 Rotton, Teresa; 1 Rountree, David; 1 Rounze, Ed; 2 Rowe, Cathy; 3 Rowe, Greg; 3 Rowe, Valarie; 1 Rowell, Beatrice; 2 Russ, Brenda; 2 Russell, Bernita; 2 Russell, Bonnie; 1 Russell, Janice; 2 Russell, Joey; 2 Russell, Larry; 3 Russell, Lois; 2 Retherford, Ronnie; RutJedge, Bob; 3 Ryals, Joannie; 2 Ryals, Richard; 2 Ryan, Gregg; 2 Ryles, Johnny; 2 Sable, Mike; 1 Sales, Marvin; 3 Salter, Cookie; 1 Salter, Reginald; 3 Salter, Thomas; 1 Salyers, Donna; 2 Salzarulo, Mary; 2 Sambor, Donna; 1 Sample, Vicki; 3 Sanborn, Lisa; 1 Sanders, Bobby; 3 Sanders, Debbie; 1 Sanders, Kerri; 1 Sanders, Ralph; 3 Sanders, Sheila; 1 Sandlin, Anita; 2 Sandretto, Rick; 3 Sanford, Dicky; 2 Sanford, Julie; 1 Sansom, Benton; 3 Sansom, Ricky; 1 Sasser, Larry; 3 Saubrena, Allen; 2 Saulsberry, Beverly; 2 Saunders, Elizabeth; 1 Savage, Amy; 3 Sauer, Stephanie; 2 Sawyer, Becky; 3 Sawyer, Jamie; 2 Schlueter, Madeline; 2 Schock, Deborah; 2 Schram, Kathy: 3 Schultz, Carol; 1 Schwiiinsberg, Shirley; 1 » Krv -;1 I AV ' " ' .« w f i± ' m ■ " " 1 1 Pi l " ■ m M ■ i 1 1 " w f H l l fem Ml I ■ . 1 1 fjL v nfeM ab wimp • " v i M w f , 1 i r 1 1 £S: Hb i ! 5 EL 421 p? fcl jj jj . K«K J 1 lA Schwercr. John: 1 Schofield, Jan; 2 Scott, Billy; 3 Scott, Christine; 1 Scott, Tony; 3 Scott, Dorothy; 3 Scott, Joel; 1 Seaborn, Julie; 2 Seaborn, Rita; 3 Seanor, David; 1 Sears, Kathy; 1 Sears, Russell; 1 Seifried, Kim; 2 Sellers, Beth; 3 Sells, Bob; 3 Serin, Brenda; 2 Senterfitt, Ray; 2 Sessions. Anita; 2 Seward, Roberta; 3 Sexton, Sherry; 1 Seymour, Timothy; 2 Shanahan, Joyce; 1 Sharpless, Lisa; 1 Shaull, Greg; 1 Shaw, Jan; 1 Shedd, James; 1 Sheehan, Jan; 3 Sheffield, Deborah; 3 Shehane, Allen; 3 Shelley. Karen; 3 Shelton, Jennifer; 2 Sherrer, Dicky; 1 Shipman, Martha; 2 Shipman, Rebecca; 1 Shippey, Connie; 1 Shirah, Keith; 3 Shirley, Tim; 1 Shore, James; 2 Shores, William; 2 Shoupe, Dale; 2 Shoman, Susan; 3 Sigmon, Karen; 1 Sikes, Robert; 1 Sikes, Carol; 3 Silber, Richard; 1 Siler, Jeff; 3 Silman, Donna; 1 Simmons, Diana; 3 Simmons, Henry; 1 Simmons, Susan; 2 Simon, Karen; 3 Simpson, Theresa; 1 Sims, Jean; 1 Sims, Pat; 3 Sims, Thomas; 2 Sims, William; 3 Singleton, Amelia; 2 Singleton, Connie; 3 Sistrunk, Kathy; 2 Sjostrom, Gretchen; 1 Skeen, Anthony; 1 Skipper, Gene; 1 Slater, Douglas; 1 Slater, Rose; 2 Smith, Arthur; 1 Smith, Craig; 1 Smith, David; 1 Smith, Harry; 3 Smith, Jackie; 3 Smith, Jennifer; 3 Smith, John; 3 Smith, Joseph; 1 Smith, Karen; 1 Smith, Kathryn; 1 Smith, Kathy; 1 Smith, Kathy; 1 Smith, Ken; 1 Smith. Lillie; 2 Smith, Linda; 2 Smith, Lucrecia; 2 Smith, Man; 1 - - 1 W- " ■ i H ■ a ■ Pi ' H ha .. i Y i ta r A i ' v L Smith. Nanette; 2 Smith, Patricia; 3 Smith, Robert; 2 Smith, Ronnie; 3 Smith, Sue; 2 Smith, Spurgeon; 2 Smith, Sylvester; 1 Smith, Tamara; 3 Smith, Terry; 1 Smith, Vicki; 3 Smith, Walter; 1 Smith, Wanda; 2 Smoke, Charles; 3 Sneed, Martha; 1 Sneed, Susan; 1 Sneed, Thelma; 1 Snell, Marie; 3 Snellgrove, Barbara; 1 Snipes, Cathy; 1 Snowden. James; 2 Snowden, Larry; 3 Solomon, Jerome; 3 Sonanstine, Sharon; 1 Sosebee, Tim- 1 Souders, Greg; 3 Spann, Richard; 1 Sprks, Drew; 2 Sparrow, Craig; 1 Spear, Anita; 1 Spears, James; 3 Spears, John; 3 Spier, Walter; 1 Spiliotis. Paul; 3 Spivak, Leslie; 1 Spivey, Charles; 1 Spivtv Robert 1 Spooner. Kim; 2 Sport. Kayle; 1 Sprague, Linda; 2 Sprague, Terri; 3 Stabler, John; 2 Stabler. Richard; 1 Stagner, Paul; 1 Stanford, Brenda; 3 Stanford, Heath; 3 Stallworth, Cam; 3 Stanley, Anthony; 2 Stanley, Austin; 3 Stanley, James; 2 Stanton, Shirley: 3 Staples, John; 1 Starchuk, Bernard; 2 Stark, John; 2 Startt. Kevin; 1 Steele, Alice; 2 Steele, Daniel; 2 Steinbauer, Connie; 2 Stephens, John; 1 Stephens, Pam; 3 Stephens. Tarnera; 1 Stewart. Cathy; 1 Stewart, Deborah; 2 Stewart. Deborah; 1 Stewart, Elaine; 2 Stewart, Gloria; 2 Stewart, Jeff; 1 Stewart, Lisa; 1 Stewart, Martin; 1 Stewart, Peggy; 3 Stewart, Ricky; 2 Stewart, Sally; 1 Steverson, Kennie; 3 Stidnick, David; 2 Still, Mary; 1 St. Laurent, Louis; 1 Stockton, Richard; 3 Stolfi, Marco; 1 Stone, Tami; 1 Stonerook, Dean; 3 Stoudemire, Earl; 1 Stovall, Steve; 1 Stowers, Kari; 3 Street, Chris; 2 Strickland, Curtis; 2 Strickland, Greg; 1 Strickland, Randall; 1 Strickland, Sue; 1 Stringfellow, Dale; 3 Stuart, Ed; 1 Stubblefield, Scott; I Stubbs, Ella Marie; 3 Stumpe, Susan; 1 Sullivan, Cheryl; 1 Sullivan, John; 2 Sullivan, Lydia; 3 Sullivan, Mark; 1 Sullivan, Michael; 2 Sullivan, Ricky; 1 Summerlin, Nelson; 1 Summerville, Susan; 3 Sumner, Rick; 2 Surrency, Tony; 2 Sutherland, Dave; 3 Sutley, Martin; 1 Sutton, Ken; 3 Sutton, Patrick; 2 Suttle, Teddy; 2 Swain, F. J.; 2 Swain, Melvin; 2 Swanson, Charles; 3 Swartz, Dean; 2 Sweeney, Julie; 1 Sweeney, Tim; 1 Swindall, Marianne; 2 Swindell, Gary; 3 Swindle, Debra; 1 Swindle, John; 1 Swords, Ray; 2 Sylvia, John; 2 Tabb, Jane; 3 Tabb, Thomas; 3 Tanberg, Melinda; 3 Tanner, Cheryl; 3 Tapper, Connie; 1 Tarver, Beverly; 1 Tarver, Essie Mae; 1 )( : ) Tale, Jacqueline; 1 Tate, Peggy; 1 Tatom, Mark; 3 Tatom, Teresa; 1 Tatum, Paige; 1 Taylor, Andrea; 3 Taylor, Charles; 2 Taylor, Diane; 3 Taylor, Kathy; 1 Taylor, Lyn; 1 Taylor, Melissa; 1 Taylor, Monica; 1 Taylor, Pryor; 3 Taylor, Sharon; 1 Taylor, Shelby; 3 Taylor, Vickey; 2 Teal, Jean; 2 Te dder, Ray; 2 Tedder, Ginger; 2 Tedder, Keith; 1 Tereszkiewiez, John; 3 Terrell, Cindy; 2 Terrell, Steven; 3 Teske, Casey; 2 Thames, James; 1 Theriot, H. R.; 3 Thomas, Agatha; 2 Thomas, Betty; ] Thomas, Britt; 2 Thomas, Byrne; 1 Thomas, Cathye; 1 Thomas, Carrie; 2 Thomas, Carroll; 3 Thomas, Dan; 3 Thomas, Ellyn; 1 Thomas, Hugh; 1 Thomas, Joe; 2 Thomas, Karen; 1 Thomas, Karen; 2 Thomas, Larry; 1 Thomas, Nancy; 3 Thomas, Nancy; 3 Thomas, Rebecca; 2 Thomas, Ricky; 1 Thompson, Beth; 1 Thompson, Terri; 1 Thompson, Robert; 2 Thompson, James; 3 Thompson, Roberta; 3 Thompson, Cheney; 3 Thornton, Alfonso; 1 Thornton, Mike; 1 Thornton, Ramona; 2 Thornton, Thomas; 2 Thweatt, Cassandra; 2 Tidwell, Debbie; 2 Tierney, Richard; 1 Till, Merri; 1 Tillery, Susan; 1 Tillman, Janice; 3 Tims, Ernest; 1 Tinkler, Jack; 1 Toles, Diann; 2 Tompkins, James; 1 Tow, Jean Marie; 1 Towery, Pam; 1 Towles, Keith; 2 Towns, Marva; 2 Trammell, Nancye; 3 Trammell, Rosalyn; 1 Trawick, Jerry; 2 Trent, Tim; 2 Trotter, Roselyne; 1 Trudell, Helen; 2 Tsirigotis, Chris; 3 Tucker, Judy; 1 Tucker, Ronnie; 1 Tucker, Sabrina; 2 Tucker, Tim; 2 Tucker, Tonya; 3 Tullis, William; 2 Turberville, Henry; 2 Turner, Betsy; 3 Turner, Janet; 1 Turner, Judy; 1 Turner, Leona; 3 Turner, Wendell; 1 Tyler, Kay; 3 Tyler, Thomas; 2 Tyner, Marjorie; 3 Tynes, Harold; 3 Tyson, C; 3 Ubbens, Bruce; 3 Underwood, George; 1 Utter, Fred; 3 Valdes, Pete; 1 Vazquez, Mike; 1 Ventress, Ann; 3 Vick, Octavia; 1 Vickers, Charles; 2 Vinson, Tommy; 1 Vucovich, Wayne; 1 Wager, Mike; 1 Waiters, Verda; 3 Waits, Mike; 1 Walker, Bill; 2 Walker, Charlie; 2 Walker, Gayle; 1 Walker, Glenda; 1 Walker, Jethro; 1 Walker, Jo Ann; 1 Walker, Karen; 2 Walker, Ken; 3 Walker, Nancy; 1 Walker, Sullivan; 3 Walker, Tom; 1 Wallace, Jean; 2 Wallace, Lynn; 3 Wallace, Wanda; 2 Waller, Debra Ann; 1 Walsh, Bill; 1 Walters, Joyce; 3 Walter, Lesley; 3 Wallers, Mary Ann; 2 Ward, Debra; 2 Tarrl Fai-I- 1 «1 | » H V — - V W " rl .1 ( " tnRIt [ „ g fiP l » =■ V p:Wpat " ; Ward. Gwen; 3 Wan), Janice; 3 Ward, Leslie; 1 Ward, Michael; 2 Ward, Michele; 1 Ward, Terri Lea; 2 Warden, Roger; 1 Warhon, Ethel; 2 Warr, Benelle; 3 Warren, Annie; 1 Warrick, Paula; 1 Washington, Larry; 1 Washington, Mary; 3 Waters, Judith; 3 Waters, Lynn; 2 Waters, Rebecca; 2 Watford, Suzanne; 3 Watson, Conrad; 2 Watson, Debbie; 2 Watson, Donald; 1 Watson, Raymon; 3 Watson, Sandra; 2 Walters, Yuntrill; 2 Watts, Robert; 3 Weary, Annie; 1 Weary, Fred; 3 Weatherford, Terry; 2 Weathermon, Darrell; 3 Webb, Ken; 2 Webb, Steve; 1 Weber, Denny; 3 Webster, Vicki; 2 Weed, Kenneth; 3 Weil. Mark; 1 Welch, Mike; 2 Welk, Ron; 3 Wells, Vance; 2 West, Barry; 1 West, Kenny; 1 West, Faith; 1 West, Suzette; 2 Wesson, David; 3 Wesson, Robert; 1 Weston, Gail; 1 Whatley, Emma Ruth; 3 Whatley, Juanita; 1 Wheeler, Nancy; 2 Whigham, Greg; 3 Whitaker, Marchetta; 1 White, Barbara; 3 White, Bettie; 3 White, Donald; 1 White, Greg; 1 White, Greg; 2 White, Kym; 1 White, Lee; 3 White, Patricia; 1 White, Paul; 3 Whiten, Mark; 1 Whitener, Thomas; 3 Whitner, Tim; 1 Whitney, Pat; 3 Whittington, Mark; 1 Whitlington, Peggy; 1 | Wiginton, Debbie; 2 1 Wigley, David; 1 m Wigley, Lola; 1 M Wiley, Cheryl; 2 Jm Wilhoit, James; 1 ■ V Willett, Douglas; 2 IK ' Wilkes, Dianne; 1 Wilkerson, Pacita; 3 Wilkinson, Todd; 1 ik Wilks, Ricky; 3 v Williams, Ben; 2 . B Williams, Beverlyn; 3 Williams, Bobbie; 3 1 1 Williams, Curtis; 1 Williams, David; 1 Williams, Eva; 1 -«T.: Williams, Freddrick; 3 - Williams, Harold; 2 Williams, Hernetha; 2 Williams, Jeffrey; 2 . Williams, John; 1 Williams, Kim; 2 1 r L ' - Williams, Lillie; 3 Williams, Mike; 2 Williams, Patricia; 3 Williams, Randy; 1 Williams, Bobby; 1 Williams, Ronald; 2 Williams, Sharon; 1 Williams, Steve: 1 Williams, Steve; 2 Williams, Teri; 3 r r. m 7 ' » ' Jfr w il II , 11 i.« ml Williams, Tyrone; 1 Williams, Wendy; 3 Williamson. Crystal; 1 Williamson, Dusty; 2 Williamson, Evelyn; 3 Williamson, James; 2 Williamson, Mary; 3 Williamson. Rita; 1 Willis, Carolyn; 2 Willis, Jerome; 1 Willis, Marilyn; 2 Willis, Mieky;l Willis. Phillip; 3 Willis. Wanda; 2 Wilson. Belinda; 2 Wilson, Cindy; 3 Wilson, Debbie; 3 Wilson. Debra; 1 Wilson, Donna; 2 Wilson, Ed; 3 Wilson, Joey; 2 Wilson, Julie; 2 Wilson. 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Nanei 1. — 206. 348 Allen. TamelaG. — 348 Allison. Rebeeea L. — 348 Allison. RiiliinE. — 348 Altisim. Virki I.. — 348 Ali.-rson. Palrieia A. — 348 Aml«r. B.rnar.1 — 111.. 348 AmUijier. Laura F. — 348 Amnions. Barbara P. — 348 Alienors. ElixalH-lliD.— 198.21 Anderson, Bernard — .348 Anderson. Deliliie k. — 206. 348 Anders Jeannie A — .318 Anderson. Jo Karen — 206.348 Anderson, Johnni —332 Anderson, Marsha A. — 348 Anderson. Man J. — 340 Anderson. Palrieia A. — 332 Anderson, Kit hard I). — 349 Anderson. Willie F. — 349 Andres.. Dawd P. — 349 Andrews. Lomavt.— 349 Andrews. Miehael A. — 332 AnnisJeffW.— 188.242.349 Anil v. David — 69. 111. 132 Anllev. ' CamleL.— 206.349 Anllev.Jan.-lK. — 332 Aplin. Johnni E. — 332 A|.lin. Sharon— 332.349 Aplin. William G.— 29 Apprrsnn.Frailklill K. — 349 Arala. Kim F. . — 196.319 Anher. Thomas P. — 194,349 Anhi.-.TimolhiC. — 332 Argenti, Miehael I. — 184. 349 Arieux. Fenlinaral J. — 245. 332 Armour. JojeeK.— 202.349 Armstrong. Belli W. — 319 Armslorng.Cleli.-E. — 349 Armstrong. Clirri.nl — 184. 233. 332 Armsironit. .leannie — 349 Armstrong. Karl S. — 86.349 Armstrong. Kimberb —3-19 Armstrong. Teresa A- — 204. 349 Arnetl Dehra S. — 349 Arnol.UamesC.Jr. — 349 Arnold. Ri.har.IS . — .31-9 Arranl.Ra.li. 10. — 319 Arriidli. Billv P. — 192. 349 Arringlon. David W. — 349 Arthur. John M. — 349 Arthur. Miehael T.— 180.31-9 Ai. hir-,iii. Kalhi K. — 349 Alkins.Canil n — 349 Alkuis. kareuR . — 349 Aungsi. Helen M. — 349 Austin. Miehael— 190. 319 Austin. Stephen P. — 349 Aiilrev. Mark J— 87.319 B Haeon. Rnherll). — 349 Baggell. Rrhreea D. — 332 Baile). Annette M. — 332 Bade). Deborah A— .319 Bailoi.Palri.iaP. — 332 Bailey. Shirlon D. — 202. 242. 349 Bailey. Sieve R. — 349 Bailey. Travis A.— 180.349 Baker. Dai id G— 332 Baker. Debbie E. — 196. 349 Baker. Jesse W. - 349 Baker. Kenneth D. — 349 Baker. Sidney K. Jr. — 182. 224. 332 Baker. Tern M. — 92. 171. 186.349 Baker. Wanda R. — 349 Baker. William (.. — 180. 229. 349 Ball. Kri. C. Jr. —86.349 Ballard. Boierli J— 349 Ballard. Ri.herl L, — 349 Bane. Chan. e M. — 332 Banks. Stolon E.— 86.349 Bannar. David R. — 111.349 Barbor.CaralK. — 332 Bar, a. Hi. hard P. — 349 Bare. Miehael I). —349 Barlield. Danny M.— 349 li.irli.-ld. George K. -319 Banns. Slev en 1). -332 Bamell. Kalhv C. —349 Barnwell. Carol A. — 332 Harr. Susan 1) — 26. 230. 341 . 332 Barron. Jam.-- O. — .349 Barron. Hubert A— 332 Bartlev. PaiilC. Jr. — 332 Barloh. Marliu I.. —.349 Ba-kin. Kluora — 349 Bass. Reginald J.— 186.349 Bas.. R.ilnn K. — 349 B..-I. Barbara J.— 349 Basi. Karl I 332 Bast. Kern W. — 332 Basl.M ' elanieJ.— 349 Bdlehelor. Man B. — 206. 332 Bales. Man K. — 350 Ba.ll.-s. Chester 0. — 230.350 Bauersfeld. Kenneth — 111.350 Baugli. Belli. I. — 350 Baugh. Frank G. — 245. 350 Biiileh, George J. — 350 Haul. h. John E. — 350 Buzzed. Samuel M. — 116.350 IV .,11. Ira. v C. —350 IVakCenrgeR.— 332 Beam. CamlS. — 350 Brum. Cynthia A. — 350 Beam. James IX — 350 Bean. Walter Jr. — 350 Beard. laiinor A. Jr. — 186 Beard. Robin L — 204.332 Bearden. Culhi J. — 350 Beaslev. Bethany A. — 350 Boasloi. Linda F. — 350 Bi-aslev.TvronC. — 350 Beulv.Duvi.IC. — 332 Beau. lump. Ri. hard D. — 350 Boaz.loi, Phillip B. — 332 Bedell. G.-nffrei F. — 332 Bi-ilsole. Paul K. — 350 Brleher. Van E. — 186.350 Bi-lfl.mer. BeverlvC. — 350 Bell. Berneii —350 Bell. Donna M. — 332 Bell.Tawaiuia A. — 52 Briii-field. Sheila — 196.350 Bengel. David A. — 332 Bennett. Flora J .230.350 Benson. Calhi D. — 332 Benton. Angela A. —206.350 Benlon, Deliora K. — 22. 206. 224. 2.30. 332 B. ii. Marsh -elu L. — 350 Berlinski.Jai H. — 350 Berry. Charles A.— 350 Berri.Clail.it,— 350 Betlennn.JondaR. — 350 Benin. Fri-dilv I.. — 332 Beits. Hi. hard I.. Jr. — 100.350 B. inner. Parker S. — 332 Beverlv.KnlieriE. — 180.350 Beville, DawnM. — 332 Bil.li.Chervl A— 350 Bi.-e. Viekie 1.. — 52.204.350 Biggs. Chen I A. — 36. 44. 204. 350 Bunts. OlhaS.— 184.350 Bilhro. Charles K. — 188.350 Billingsloy.Coldon — 350 Bimbo, William J. — 350 Bird. Charl,- ;. — 245.332 Bird.Jo Belli — 332 Birmingham. Jimmv R. — 350 Bishop. Mona — 27. 332 Bjorkhind. M. I.v line — 350 Bla. k. Danny K — 186.350 Blaek.Walla.-oT. — 350 Bla.kf.ir.l.Jan.B. — 350 Bla, km Barlura — 198.332 Kla. kin.ni. Keunelh R. — 186 Blair. Billv 1). — 332 Blair. Gene E. — 233.332 Bla, r. lames R. Jr. — 332 Blair. Thomas E. Jr. — 182.332 Blankenship. Allien— 351 Bin, k.-r. Ham — 351 Blombcrg. Howard M. — 351 Bloom. Aliee C. — 351 Blough. Catherine P. — 332 Blount. Chrisiine — 230.351 Blount. John P. — 184.332 Bolar. Clendora — 351 Bold, lam S. — 351 Boles. Carol S. — 351 Bniidiiraiil.JeanR. — 332 Bonner. Hi. hard A— 178.351 Booker. Cornelia A. — 351 Bonne. Oliver C. — 351 Borland. Joseph A.— 332 Bossom. James W. — 351 Boston. Man A. — 351 Boswell. Dorothy C. — 229. 332 Boswoll. Man F. — 351 Bosw.ll.Shen.inK. — 190.351 Bolls. Charles A. — 351 B..MS, KitaD. — 351 Bminleau. Stephen S. — 233. 351 Bourne. Ri. k I.. — 351 Boulwell. Dannv R. — 194.331 Bouiwell. Ginger C — 198.355 Boulwell. Katln K. — 351 Bowden. Ce, ,1 — 186.351 Bowtlen. Dennis F. — 351 Bowden. Rolierl H. Jr. — 182. 351 Bowden. Rodney W. — 351 Bnwen.Peylie P. — 242.332 Bowers. Beekv —196.351 Bower.. Roger P. —332 Howling. Hills I —351 Bind. Charles A. —351 Bowl. John D, 111— 192.351 Bmd.N.Janiee— 196.351 Bind. Pamela E. —351 Bmkin.Janin- - 105.351 Boyles. Stephen W.— 87.35] Bon-man. Drew S. — 35) Bun-man. Jr 1. — 351 Bun-man. Lynn — 351 Bon-man. Tern W — 351 Brahliam. William 0. — 351 Bra., well. Robert G. — 184.351 Bra, km. Tv, lie K— 3.32 Bradhem. Philip C— 351 Bradlev. Gun I). — 351 Bradlev. Gregg D. — 351 Bradlev. James E. — 351 Bradlev. Sherry D. — 332 Bradlev. Tern I.. — 351 Bra.lshjw.Jn.il —351 Bradsher.JaniesV.— 184 Bra.lv.laineeM. — 332 Bra.lv. Roger 1..— 192 Bran, h. Lisa R. — 22. 223. 230. 233. 332 Brandon. James S. — 352 Brannon. Carol J. — 352 Brannon. Di-wev A. — 332 Brannon. Man .1. — 352 Brain Stephanie D.— 198 Branllev. Catherine — 352 Branllev. Virginia S. — 352 Brasher. Man M. — 352 Krasw.-ll. James R. — 352 Bralehrr. William L. — 352 Brawner. CjndvnS. — 352 Brav. Annie V. — 352 Brav.F.li ahelliG — 202.352 Brav.ThedaC. — 352 Rrav.Traiiimell S. Jr. — 352 Bra ell. Phillip G. — 352 Brewer. Donald R. — 352 Bn.lg.-s. Elimlielh — 204. 241. 332 Briggs, Freddie D. — 352 Brigham.Tiinulhv —332 Bright. Eddie H. — 352 Briukl.-v. BraeeL. — 352 Brill. Jerry L. — 3.33 Brill. Kalhy C. — 333 Broadwater. Reheeea — 352 Broek. Lena R. — 333 Broek. Rel.ee, a L. — 333 Brook James A.— 184.352 Bro.ikiiis. Charles W. — 333 Brooks. Barl.ara — 352 Br.mks. Deborah A. — 352 Br,„.ks. Doniiis L. — 100. 1 1 1. 352 Brinks. Erie J. — 230.352 Brooks. Jane — 206. 352 Brooks. Lorella— 352 Brooks. Mar, , line H. — 352 Brooks. Sheila k. — 352 Brooks. Wanda L. — 352 Bmnkslnre. karenC. — 352 Broska. Dennis — 243.352 Browder. George G. — 333 Brown. Delira A. — 198.352 Brown. Edna M. — 352 Brown, Elizabeth L. — 333 Brown. Evelvn — i 352 Brown. Gun D. — 352 Brown, (ieoffrev k. — 352 Brown. James D. — 352 Brown. JanaM— 198.352 Brown. Lillian J— 333 Brown. Marshall F. — 352 Brown. Man .1—352 Brown. Miirpbv— 92.352 Brown. Nathaniel— 352 Brown. Nora W— 352 Brown. Palli I.. — 352 Brown. Randall G. — 352 Brown. Teresa A.— 239.333 Brown. Teresa I 352 Brow n. Thomas F. — 333 Brown. Viekie L. — 242. 352 Browning. Ronald E. — 70. 178. 352 Bruee. Barbara E. — 352 Bran-. Deborah L. — 105. 333 Bruee. Jam.-- A. — 180 Briiner. DaueieL. — 352 Bruuer. Larn P. — 352 Briiner. Mark A. — 352 Branson. William G. — 352 Brusler. Bonnie S. — 352 Brvan. Bobbie M. — 352 Bryan. Connie J.— 170. 198.352 Brvau. Diane — 239.333 Brvan. Diane — 352 Brvan. Janet A— 353 Brvan. Lou Ann — 353 Brvan. SvbilL. — 353 Brvan. Tommy E. — 184. 223. 353 Brvjiil.ClendaJ.— 353 Brva.il. kareu Y. — 105.353 Buehannn. Stanley —353 Buekelew. Miehael S. — 353 Hueklev.DeltaJ. — 333 Bollard. GwendolvnS. — 333 Bull.sk. Elaine — 230. 353 Bull.sk. Ted A. — 116.353 Bur.l.-shaw. Amy F. — 353 Biir.h-shaw. Kevin W. — 184. 353 Bunte. Beverly A. — 206.353 Hurk.leffG. -353 Biirkett. Diana E. — 334 Burkell. William J. — 180.353 Burleson. Joe Ben — 333 Bun ell. Barnev W. - 194.353 Bur, ell. Georgia L, 353 Bur. ell. Stephen —353 Bur, ev. kalhv M.— 353 Bur. s. Donna k. —35.3 Hun s. lla .-l A. — 353 Burr Timuihv M. — 353 Burr ,ughs. Ciaudia H - 105.353 Burl .,,. Susan P - 353 Hosl re. Benlon L. — 70. 194.353 Busl . u.lr, a — 232.333 Bus- nan. Paul IX— 92. 171. 192.333 Hull, r. Aim .1. - 353 Hull, r. Bonnie M. — 353 Hull. r. Charles W. Jr. — 181.353 Bull r. Hubert M. — 353 Hull. ..Roger P. — 353 Bull. r . Susan F. — 25. 53. 2IH. 333 Bull, r. William M.— 194.353 Hull .Durothv A. —23.333 Bvn . Donna L — 353 Bvrd . Gary E. — 222. 223. 353 Bvrd Jem E. — 353 Bvn -. Kan.- 1.. — 105.353 Bin n. Linda — 353 Cain. Beiiv S. — 353 Cain. Cheryl A. —354 Caldwell. k.-llllH— 225.354 Cal dwell. Robin M.— 29.333 Caldwell. Susan — 354 Calhoun. Barbara E. — 198. 354 Calhoun. Kenneth M.— 194.354 Calhoun. Palrieia A. — 354 Cillawav.karenk. — 354 Camp. Carmen L. — 354 Campliell. Charleni — 244.354 Cainpl.-M. Deborah k. — 351 Campliell. El izabelh — 354 Campbell. James E. — 86.354 CaniplH-ll. Joseph W. — 333 Campbell. Jii.lv k. — 204. 223. 252. 354 Campbell. Kenneth E. — 354 Campbell. Mnnrlte — 354 Campbell. Rrbnca F. — 354 Campbell. Rtxlih B. — 180.354 Campbell, Susan E. — 354 Cananl. William T. —354 Can.hler,. Steven 1—354 Canfiehl. C-ba C. — 206. 242. 354 Canfi.l.l. John C. — 186. 223. 354 Canfiehl. Miehael E. — 26. 186. 223. 333 Cannon. KalhrvnD. — 354 Capps. Benjamin R. — 354 Capps.JaekC. Jr. — 354 Capps. Joseph R. — 243. 354 Capps. Mildred C. — 333 Carawav . Joseph W. — 184. 354 Carawav.Riehar.IP. — 354 Garble. Pamela K. — 351 Garble. Riekv A. —333 Carlisle. David A. —354 Carlisle. Dehra A. — 354 Carlton. Mark D. — 354 Carnu, haol. Busier— 354 Carmiehael. Debbie E. — 354 Carmi. ha.-l. James D. — 186. 354 Carmiehael. Joe G. — 333 Carmi. hael. Robert E. — 1 16. 184. 333 Ca.nalhan.Cla) M.— 223.354 (inns.. Riekev L. — 351 Camlry. Cynthia R. — 354 Garni... Dav id L. — 354 Carpenter. Dav id L. — 182.354 Carpenter. Miehael F. — 354 Carpenter. Sandra k. — 354 Carr. Dannv R. — 354 Can. Ellis K— 333 Carr. Veronica I). — 3S1 Carroll. David A. — 192.333 Carroll. Cordon. B. — 354 Carroll. John W. Jr. — 354 Carroll. L M. — 198 Carroll. Margaret E. — 198. 354 Carson. Keunelh E. — 354 Carter. Amelia D. — 354 Carter. Cynlhia J. — 354 Carter. Dennis D. — 354 Carter. Donna E. — 354 Carter, Doniiie L. — 333 Carter. Janet L. — 206. 354 Carter. John S. — 333 Carter. Paul C. — 184.354 Carter. Thomas E. — 333 Carter. William R — 354 Casey. Del phine — 354 Cashwrll. Huh.-ri C. — 184. 223. 3.33 Cason. Miehael D. — 244. 245. 333 Cassibrv.RolK-nk. — 192.354 Casllebern. Chris M.— 198.333 Catalan,!. Murder — 24, 105.333 Called. Bonnie M. — 333 Cliambbss. la-.-sa A— 354 Chambliss. Russell L. — 354 Chan. -ellor. Merlin J. — 182. 354 Chaii.-ev . Carol L. — 52.355 Chanev. Bernan) W. — 230. 355 Chanoi. BernilaC. — 355 Chapman, E. Lea — 355 Chapman, k.-iin L. — 355 Chapman, Ri. hard A. — 355 Cli s-11. Deborah J.— 1% Charlton, laura A. — 355 Chaslain. Palrieia D. — 198. 355 Cbealham. Herbert E. — 233 Ch.-nuk. LenoreM. — 333 405 Oieslern, Margaret G. — 355 Qicing. LinYing — 355 Childcrc, Ramona L. — 355 Childroc. RhodaK.— 355 Child , Robert E. — 355 Christian. Braille) S. — 355 Christian. Ri hard F. — 355 Christian. Rick) H. — 355 Christie, J " ) A. — 355 Christmas. Robin K. — 333 Christmas, Ronnie M. — 355 Clark. Debra A. — 355 Clark. Fran. -est — 355 Clark. James E. — 333 Clark. James S. — 355 Clark. John H. — 355 Clark. Marty C. — 355 Clark. Nan, v D. — 226. 355 dark. Sandra L.— 196.355 Clark. Terry D. — 69. Ill, 355 Clayton. Jeffery L. — 178.355 Clayton, Kathcrinc A. — 355 Cl.-gg. Allen L. — 355 denney. Ralph — 186.355 Clnulicr. Lisa V. — 355 Giady.CcorgeT— 116.333 Cnalc. George K. — 333 Cnburn. James R. — 355 Gick.rofi. Debra A. — 355 Giili.NormaJ. — 355 Coldwalcr.Clevc A. — 96.355 Cole, Carol F. — 355 G.lc. J, -v.il- M. — 355 Gil.-. Kathcrinc J. — 333 Gdc Richard M. — 25.233.355 Gil,-. William R. Jr. — 355 Giliman. Julia D. — 355 Gil.-). Sandra L. — 243 Colley. Helen H. — 198.355 Collier, George C. — 186.355 Gillins, Charles E. — 180.355 Collins, Gerald W. — 86 Gillin». Ri.Iimi A. — 355 Gillins Vickie L. — 355 Gillins. Wilfred J.— 225.333 Gili|iii-ii. Judith B. — 333 Colvard, Dai id W. — 182. 230. 356 Calvin. Gwendolyn J. — 356 Gimhi-sl. H.-nr) E. — 188 G mbs. Mark A. — 116.356 Complon.Cherrie — 202,356 Ginn.-ll. Ah ii J. — 356 Ginmll. Julie H. — 356 Conner, E. Rebecca — 334 Gunner. Jam,--. E. — 356 Conner, Miehael J. — 334 Guiol). Donald W . — 356 Giok. Andrew — 178.356 Giok. Deborah J. — 356 Giok. DihorahM. — 356 Giok. Tina M— 239.356 Giok.TovvandaA— 356 Giok,-. Nan. ) C. — 206. 356 Gum.-. Ralph V. — 356 Cooper. Carl D. — 334 Gmprr, Dann L. — 356 Cooper, Debra K. — 204 G r. Floyd E— 356 GKi|n-r. Cr.-|! D. — 356 Gio|»r. Jo Ann — 204.356 G. r. Kenm-lh W. Jr. — 184. 356 Gi.ip.-r. Mar) K. — 356 Gmpir. R.-mi .-rH— 356 Cooper. Thomas M.— 186.356 Gipelanil. Linda S. — 200. 356 Cnpeland. Sheila J. — 334 Coppedgc, Ann M. — 29. 242. 334 Cooper. Steven A. — 356 Corhitt. Deborah E. — 334 Corded, Eli ahcih L. — 334. 356 Girded. John R. — 356 Girliss. Jon W. — % Girliv., Reginald H. — 356 Cormack, Charl.-s M. — 356 Girni-it. Stanton C. — 334 Giiion. Mi.-hael L. — 356 Giiihcr. Carol A. — 356 Giuller, Lynda D. — 204 Courtney, demon G. — 356 Giviiigliui. John A. --334 Oman. Michael E. — 356 Giwcn. Brcnda — 334 Giwcn. Jeff M. — 334 Craft. Barbara S. — 356 Craik.Ke ill R. — 356 Crave). William B. — 334 Crawford. Albert L. — 171. 188.355 Crawford. Johnny 0—116.355 Crean. Daniel I. -334 Crean. Patrick M. -355 Creech. Gregory W.— 355 Creek..!,,,, M 244.245.355 Creel. CanilyccC, 355 Creel. MlkcL. -;i. r .. r Creel. Ronald I) 355 Crecr.JohnC. 118 Cregar. Pamela 355 Creswell. Borliara C. - 204.232.355 Crew, Urlmreh I. 53. 1%. 225. 355 Crew-. Marg.ir, I A 1%, 355 Crews. Wanda J 355 ( I lam V I, - 355 Crine. Richard M 355 iiden. Dibra K 196.355 Crnley. RilaS 356 Cronl Moi I) 356 Crosskcy.DnrisJ. 356 (.nme. I rj 86.356 Cmy.Duii C 182.356 On .Sin - II - 356 Croni In,,.,,; .131 (.rum. I. en l.i I 356 rem pli r, Bri.lgcl 22 " . 356 CnipiK-r. Karen I. 223.356 I i in,. Michael S 356 Cullifer. JeannineB. — 356 Cdp. Russell D. — 334 Culpepper, Bobby T. — 188. 356 Culpepper, Man in W. — 188.356 Cu pper, Susan E. — 170.356 Culver, Florence L. — 356 Culwcll. Susan L.— 356 Cumls-c. Carroll F. — 334 Cumbie. Richard M. — 356 Cumploii. Robert A. — 356 ,„„„,. Timothy K. — 29. 86. 89. 186. 230. 334 Cunningham, Charlie — 356 Cunningham, Cla) A. — 1 1 1. 356 Cunningham. Jcmison — 356 Curcnlon. Ann — 356 Curcnton. Mar) R. — 206. 356 Curct.in, Dennis M. — 356 Curbs. Charles C. — 244 Ginin.TimF. — 92.356 Custer. Richard D— 356 Cut. hen, Glenda A. — 334 Cutis, Rhonda F. — 357 D Da, us. Doris G. — 357 Daaosiin. William — 194.357 Dahn. Donald R. — 194 Dailey. James L. Jr. — 188.334 Daile). Man F. — 28. 1 96. 334 Daly. John L. — 194.357 Daniel. Connie S. — 334 Daniel. David K. — 194.357 Daniel. George E. — 357 Daniels. Harold J. — 180.357 Daniels. Ronald R. — 86 Daniels, Sandra B. — 334 Dansby, Cornel ious — 192.357 Dansln . Nancy L. — 104. 105. 357 Da,H er. Michael C. — 233. 357 Darnell. Role R. — 70. 194. 334 Darsey, Miehael D. —357 Davezan, Danlh.m) —357 David. RcgeniaS.— 357 Davidson. Vieki A. — 357 Dans. Col,-) F. — 334 Davis. Debbie S. — 334 Da .s. Donna L. — 206.357 Davis. Donny G. — 357 Davis. F. Carlolta — 334 Davis, Frances E. — 357 Da is. C.-orgc D. — 182.357 Dai is. Janus D. — 357 Daiis.Jelf.n W. — 357 Davis. John W. — 334 Dai is. Kim I.. — 357 Dans. Kiran C. — 357 Dai is. Laurie I.. — 229.357 Dai is. Leonard G. — 357 Davis. Martha S. — 357 Daiis. Maxwell— 194.357 Dai is. Ramona A. — 206 Daiis.SusanK— 206.334 Daiis,Tro)T. — 357 Daiis. Waller H. — 188 Daiis. William E. — 357 Dans. William R — 186 Dan kins. Debbie R. — 357 Dans,-). James R.— 357 Dai. Mi.ha.l S. - 184. 244. 245. 357 Dai. Nam ) C. — 357 Dcakuis. Elizabeth C. — 241. 357 Deal. Kenneth H. — 357 Deal. Trac) S. — 357 Dean. Abe- K. — 334 Dan. Dennis L. — 357 Dean. Joseph D. — 357 Dean. William D. — 357 Diane. Joan N. — 105.357 Delnrdelehen. Cindy— 242.357 Dees. Leslie B. — 182 Decs.-. Albert J— 233.357 Dcgciihardt. Charles — 182. 357 Deilsch.JcKenS. — 182.357 Dejernelle. Reuben W. — 178 Dcloney.Rh.-l.aR. — 334 Dement, Connie D. — 334 Demonlireun. Belly S. — 357 Demote). Gloria P. — 357 Deiihain. Si.-ien A. — 231 . 233. 357 Di-nham. Stuart A. — 357 Denton. NiiaG. — 334 Derrvlicrry, Michael— 357 Desmond. Julie B. — 196.357 ft-siiio.JohnR— 194.236.357 I , kens. Charles W. — 357 Dickenson. Victor H. — 357 Dicker-on. Miehael P. —357 Dickinson. Christopher — 357 Dillard. James L — 334 Dillard. Janet 1.. — 334 Dillcndcr. DanT. — 357 Dillon. Allen I). - 334 Dinkins. Constance l„ — 334 Divanian. Suzanne Y. — 357 Dixon. Bill) —86.357 Dixon. Donald C. — 358 Dixon. Victor L. — 358 Dbinn. William F. — 357 Doaue. Anthiini W. — 358 Dobb.-I. Harold H. — 358 Doglionc.JohtiD. -- 188.358 Dnuii io. Mi, ha.-IT. — 194.358 Donaldson. Keron F. — 358 Donnelly. Robert A. — 116.358 Dorse). Paul R. — 334 Dotson.Fr.dW. - 178.358 Dotson. Susan E.- 225 Dougherty. David A. — 96.334 Douglas. Dana M. - 358 Douglass. Rnni K. - 334 Dmc.ShcrricG. 558 Dowling. Rel ca A. — 358 Downing. Damn l 194 Don ns. I.ola K 358 Donns.Slanlei I Ir 92.358 DnylcClarcA.Jr. — 233,334 Doyle, Michael J. Jr. — 188,358 Drain, Robert K — 358 Drew. Michael R— 186.358 Driggars. Charles R. — 188, 358 Drinkard. Donald D. — 358 Drinkwatcr, Marcus R. — 358 Driscol, Bruce E. — 230. 358 Drumheller. Franklin — 334 Dubnsc. Albert S. — 358 Duhnsc, Jeffery K. — 358 Dubose, Mh bad K— 358 Duhosc. Rick) L. — 186 Dud lc). Donna C. — 358 Duff. Nan. ) K. — 198. 358 Duke. Donald M. Jr. — 358 Duke Dorothea F. — 242, 358 Duke. Lauren E. — 358 Duke. Luther L.I II— 358 Duke Toni A. — 173 Dumbleton. Alan G. — 358 Dunawa). Donald R. — 358 Duncan. Kenneth H. — 358 Duncan. Mar) A. — 206. 358 Dunklin, Brrnadelle — 358 Dunn. Catherine — 358 Dunn. Cath) G. — 334 Dunn. Sandra E. — 334 Dunne. Elizabeth A. —358 Dunning. Curtis B. — 171, 186, 358 Durham, Joe R. — 92 Dykes. Nan.) —358 D)s.rt. Deborah J. — 27. 226. 358 Eads. Vicki D. — 358 Eagcrlon. Kathcrinc — 334 Eariiis.1. DaiidM— 358 Eastman. James N. — 66, 111,233.358 El icrharl. Thomas R— 359 Ei kcrmann. Barr) S. — 334 Eildins. William H. — 334 Edgar. James S. — 359 Edgar. Nam) W. — 24. 334 Edwards. Charles S. — 359 Edwards. George E. — 230. 359 Edwards, Ronald W. — 184 Egedi.ShrrranW.— 359 Egwualu. Laura P. — 334 Eiland. Jeanne R. — 359 Eiland. Linda D. — 359 Elkins. Daniel K. — 96, 359 Ellcdge. Donald G. — 359 Elliot. Carol F. — 335 Elliott. Carol) nD. — 206.359 Elliott. Deborah A. — 359 Elliott. Naomi E. — 334 Ellis, B.-ii-rl) A. — 359 Ellis, Craig K — 359 Ellis. John H. — 359 Ellis. Rachel E. — 202.359 Ellisor. DandR. Jr. — 178, 359 Ellisor.JohnL. — 178.359 Ellisor. Thomas S. . 178.335 Elmore. Anita B. — 198 Elmore, DebraJ. — 359 Elmore, Margaret S. — 359 Elmore, Tern T. — 335 Elsbcrn . William D. — 1 16. 359 Emfing.r. Janet L. — 204. 359 Emmons, Martha J. — 359 Enfield. Lillie 1—359 Enfinger. Dai ida D. — 70,359 Enlingcr. Mcllan) C. — 359 Enfinger. Phi lbs J— 359 England, Charles A. — 192 English, Patricia A. — 232. 241. 335 English, Van D. — 359 Enloc. Lee H. — 359 Enslcn. Deborah T. 359 Ensl,i.Calh)S. — 198.359 Enslc). Deborah L. — 335 Epps. Janice — 200. 359 Escnii.SundraE. — 335 Esp). Frank R. — 171, 180. 222. 223. 335 Espy, James R. — 335 Esics. Bclia R. — 202.335 Esi.-s. Deborah A. — 335 Eslcs. Floyd D. Sr. — 359 Esics. Moll) A. — 223. 359 Eslcs. Patricia — 204.359 Elheriilge. Donna — 206. 359 Eihcridgc Lisa B. — 359 Elheriilge. Shirley — 359 Elheriilge. Susan L. — 359 Eiihanks. Frances J. — 359 Eunice. Charlotte L. — 206 Evans. Kim W. — 182. 359 Everage, Calisia — 335 Everett. Sarah D. — 359 Ewing.ScoilE. — 100. 194.359 Ewll.JocclynV.— 242 E ,11. Runny E— 359 F Fabel. DeboraJ— 335 Fairclmh. Deborah L. — 359 Fair. huh. Glenda K. — 335 Faisi.n. Louis F. — 92.359 Fall.n, James 1.. — 335 Fannin. Bclhani A. —359 Fannin. laniceC — 359 Fannin. Susan 0. — 196. 359 Fannin, William I.. —359 Farrar. Melanie L. — 206.359 Farrar. Michael L. — 359 Farrar. Robert W. — 359 Earns. Randall I.. —335 Faulk. Carlton W. — 87.359 Faulk. Janet C. — 359 Faulk. Michelle S. — 359 Faulkner, Martha A. — 359 Favor. Garrj V- 188.231.359 Faianl.Vi.kiS-- 335 Fayard. Wayne M— 335 Fcilcr.nich. PelerN. — 335 Feibclman, David U. — 335 Felix. Dai id A. — 92. 95. 186. 335 Fell, MyraE. — 335 Felton. David — 171. 190.359 Feli on.Ja.HynL. — 359 Ferguson. Tyrone — 87, 111,359 Fernald. Bruce A. — 23. 178.335 Fcrnald. Carl H. — 359 Fernald. Pamela S. — 359 Fernandez. Ellis T. — 188, 231, 359 Ferranli, Stephen K. — 184, 360 Ferrell. Jcrrv L. — 182. 360 Fctncr. Charles J. — 360 Feller, Cindv E. — 70, 170. 198. 360 Fielder. Cl.n D. — 186, 360 Fielding. H. Russell— 360 Fields, Elois M. — 232. 239, 360 Filmorc. William H. — 360 Fina. David W. — 192,360 Fincher, Janet M. — 360 Finillcy. BarbaraS. — 70.335 Finlay. James S. — 360 Finlaysoii, Ray W. — 360 Finlayson, Rila L. — 360 Finney. Maril)n L. — 360 Fiscr, Barbara C. — 206. 360 Fleming, Norman W. — 360 Fleming, Thelmanne — 360 Fletcher, Brent J.— 360 Fletcher. David E. — 86.360 Flinncr, Christ) L. — 104 Flowers, Bilk W. — 360 Flowers. Brcnda L. — 360 Flowers. Donald R— 360 Flowers. Elizaliclh — 200. 360 Flowers. Kay M. — 360 Rowers, Mary A. — 335 Flowers, Pamela D. — 360 Flowers. Shcree D. — 360 Flowers. Terrell D. — 335 Floyd, Bill) H. — 335 Floyd, Jefferson B. — 241.335 Floyd. Johnnie — 360 Floyd. J ph L. — 194. 223. 360 Floyd. Maria K. — 202.360 Floyd. Michel H. — 241.335 Floyd. Robert T. — 360 Fogari), Julie L— 196.360 Fulmar. Bernard — 87.360 Fulmar. Lauriaunc — 360 Fulsoin. James D. — 360 Fontaine, Milford A. — 360 Foreman, Angelia M. — 204. 360 Forester. Kerr) R— 360 Forresler. Dehra E. — 360 Fortune, Eugene C. — 111, 335 Fortune Yolanda K. — 230, 360 Foster, Donald J— 335 Foster. RcIk-i , a W. — 335 Fountain. Lisa R. — 335 Fowler, Dewey R— 360 Fowler. Eiclyn P. —360 Fowler, Luvon — 335 Fox. Mar) J. — 335 Fox, William D — 335 Francis, Laura F. — 360 Franklin, Dnrislinc — 360 Franklin, Ralph R— 360 Franklin, Sandra D. — 360 Franklin. Sidney R. — 335 Frederick, Smii A. — 360 Freeman. Donald M. — 360 Freeman. Rebecca S. — 360 Freeman, William H— 360 Freeman, William V.— 186 French. Christine P. — 335 Frosl. LydiaJ. — 360 Frye.Rand) M. — 361 Fry.-. Willie J. — 361 Fryer. Clara L. — 1%, 361 Fryer. Cornelia E. — 361 Fuller, Carl L. — 335 Fuller, Charles K. — 361 Fuller. Donna K. — 361 Fuller. Mark T. — 361 Fuller. Maria V. — 361 Fuller. Susan H. — 24.335 Fuller. Talcsa B. — 361 Fulton. Karen S. — 361 Funderburk. Lester A. — 361 Fiinkhouscr. Cary P. — 66. 69. 1 1 1 Fuipia. Janet C. — 361 Furr. Ronald W. — 233.361 Gabel.Bv run 11—361 Gahel. DelmrahS. — 204. 361 Caddie. Sara L. — 361 Cafford. Kenneth A. — 361 Cairns. Breuila D. — 361 Gailwood. Michael A. — 335 Gabmiirc. Man P. —202.36] Galloway. Alicia F. — 361 Gall.i»a).CildaW. — 335 Galloway. Kenn) I.. —361 Galluxzi. James R. — 361 Gamble. James E. — 361 Gamntage, Linda .1. — 361 Gantt, Rachel D. — 361 Gardner. Carol E. — 361 Gardner. Flcia E. — 242.361 Gardner. Gail M. — 361 Gardner, Thomas B. — 191. 361 Garravvai.JamesA.Jr. — 171. 192.231.244.361 Garrett, Billi W. — 335 Gam-It. William R. — 361 Garrick. Ralph I). — 361 Garrison. Clinton R. — 361 Garrison, Sheila E. — 361 Gary. Cindy G. — 335 Gaston. . land L. — 335 Gaston. Janis R. — 361 Gallill. Queenell — 361 Gaugha... Mi had J. — 361 Gaultnc..JanothS. — 361 Gaunlt. Palri. ia A. — 361 Ga.ell.-. Pamela J. — 335 Gavin. Joy rrM . — 361 Ca..Da.idL. — 335 Ga..T.-rr.T. — 335 Gemlicrling. Ruin-it — 361 GilnV. Angcl.n — 361 Cil.os. Mi. ha.l — 361 Gil.lr-.Wan.laC-— 361 Cil m. Allan B. — 361 Gil m.Hi-l.-nD.— 335 Cil .n. Janis F. — 361 Cil .n. Mark A — 361 Gil .n. M.-lani.-E. — 204.361 Gd .n. Wimfa G. — 361 Gilbert. Sheila F.— 241.361 Gilbert. Wendell Y — 361 Cil. .ShcriA. — 361 Cil. .T«-nL. — 361 Gill. Bonnie S. — 206. 361 Gill. M.raD — 206.361 Cill. pi.-.JoAnn— 361 Gill. pi. . Mark A . — 192. 231. 361 Gill... Kaih. J. — 361 Gilliam. Kalharvn — 36] Gillian. Gina R. — 198. 361 Gillis. R.,dcri.k E. — 192. 361 Gilmorc. Kenncy D. — 116.361 Gilmorr, Linda F. — 361 Glenn. Cami-nin R. — 362 Glenn. Carlton E. — 362 Glenn. Jennifer — 362 Glbwon. Opel C. — 335 Glivson. Virginia R. — 335 Clover. Bolihv S. — 362 Glover. Gwendolyn J.— 362 Glover. La-la S. — 362 Gkwrr. Martin L. — 362 Gkwrr. Terr. C. — 362 Goad. Jonathan I. — 335 Gnail. Nan J. — 336 Crli.in.Brii A. — 118 Godwin.C)nihiaD. — 362 Godwin. Dcl.ra J. — 196. 336 Godwin. Car. B — 362 Godwin, Ga.la S. — 362 C-Ui... H..ll G. — 362 Godwin. Monta L. —223.362 Godwin. Willi.- M. — 336 Gormaat. Eli aln-ih P. — 202. 362 Goings.Cl.nnL — 194.362 Golden. Ri. hanl H. — 184. 362 Gobon, Ja. k P. — 362 C.-M..1. EH.Ii. M. — 362 G.hhI.1. r. Barliara J. — 336 Gomlwin. Martha J— 362 Goolsh..Bn-ndaJ. — 362 G.« I...Gr.-):.ir D. — 230 Gorav. Sh.-rri L. — 196. 362 Csha. Thomas H — 230 Grahusky. Si.-ph.-n P. — 184. 362 Graham. Alan W, — 178 Graham. Jenny K. — 196. 362 Graham. Kami V. — 362 Graham. Margaret E. — 362 Graham. Ph. His D— 362 Graham. Ri. kt A. — 362 Graham. Steven M. — 192. 362 Cralh.vr. Blanr — 362 Gralh.-rr. Tamara S. — 362 Cranberry. Angela M. — 362 Cranl«rr..KarlaH. — 362 Gram. Bin.l — 86.362 Gram. CarlH.m W. — 363 Gram. Constlanrr D. — 363 Gram. Kaih. A. — 363 Cranl. Marina J. — 363 Grant. Mar. A— 336 Cram. Sharron — 336 Cra..- . A. Br.ni — 363 Graves. Valerie A.— 363 Grat.Cail.i L. — 363 Crav. Debbie M. — 336 Cra..J.-flr.-. M. — 363 Crai.jVriim. • L — 194.363 Gra .K.-iihD. — 363 Cra).R..I.inL — 363 Gn-rn. Din-onF — 363 Cn-i-n. Donna M — 204. 363 Green. Gar. J. — 363 Cn-en. Jem F. — 336 Green. John D. — 192 Gn-.-n. John R. — 363 Gn-.ii. Laura A. — 336 Grn-n, Nina B. — 336 Cn-en. Ri.k.-.C — 363 Green. RilaS .— 198.363 Greene. Da. id L — 363 Git-rnhill. H. nr. E— 243.363 Gn-eniug. Lori D. — 363 Gn-er.VelmaJ. — 336 Gn-gnru.s. Nan, . L — 105. 363 Gregor. . Li.nla D. — 363 Cregor..Ra.h.lA— 363 Cn-gun . William E. — 233. 363 Griffin, Ann.- M. — 363 Grillin. Dallas D — 194. 363 Griffin. Gloria M. — 363 Griffin. Ja.kson W. — 363 Griffin. Jan, K — 202.363 Griffin. Mark D. — 363 Griffin. Mar. J —230.363 Critfin. Robert S. — 194. 363 Griffin. Sara A. — 363 Griffin. Sherrer L. — 336 Griffin. Susan M. — 336 Crilfin.WilhaniL. — 363 diggers. Arthur U. — 363 Cngger-. William D — 182. 363 en .-. Jj.n.-R . — 363 Grinev P. rr. W. — 69. 86. 89. 336 Grimo. H.mar.1 L. — 363 Grim.-s. K.nn. A— 363 Cr,m. . San.lra D — 201. 363 Grimo. Susan C. — 363 Grim.-s. Susan D. — 204. 363 Crisl. .Ri.k.) V. — 363 Griaartle. Don E. — 182.336 GrinraM. Mar. ia F. — 24. 336 Cr. .-. J.-rr, L. — 194. 363 Gro -. Tamm. Sue — 1%. 363 Grorr. Thomas E. — 87. 336 Gn.ul...E.I»anl A — 363 Grulil . Cra. i. A. — 363 Gurlti. nnbrrt J. — 363 Guimon.l. Ca.la D. — 198. 363 Guihri,-. M.-lissa C. — 363 Guls, Mag. La-ilaC. — 336 G.i..Palri.ia— 204 H Ha.l.l.. k. J.-anni.- L. — 363 Ha.l.l.Kk.Shirli. A —363 Hauler. Ann E. — 336 Hail. Kimlx-rl. A. —206.363 Haisl.-n. Cin.lj — 198.363 Hala.k.-r. Mason H— 363 Halhr-rt. Lronanl A. — 336 Hall.-n. Rolan.l L. — 336 Hair. R... E Jr. — 178.336 Halfonl.jam.sH.Jr. — 363 Hall. A.l.na C. — 225. 336 Hall. Bru. i- A. — 363 Hall. Dil.ra C. — 363 Hall. Kaih. D — 243.363 Hall. Louie Y — 363 Hall. ManinH— 92 Hall. N.» nan S— 363 Hall. Palri.ia — 363 Hall. Ramona — 336 Hall. RrnVrl L. — 364 Halli.la..Paln.k A. — 178.336 Ham.Jam.-sF.Jr. — 364 Hamilton. Bill.— 364 Hamilton. Linda K. — 364 Hamilton. Slr.rn D. — 184. 364 Hamili-r. Can.l.n M. — 336 Hamm.« k. D,-I«,rah A. — 390 Hammond. Anilra A. — 200. 336 Hammond. Harr L — 184. 231. 364 Han.ri. k. Jorin. j. — 204. 364 Hamri. k. William F. — 96. 364 Hanaurr. Ri. hard C — 100. 364 Han,h.-..Fr.-dd. I.. — 364 Han,.«k. Mi.ha.-IT. — 364 Hands. Jilrs R. — 364 Hankins. Palri, k E. — 233. 364 Hanna.T.-rr.— 336 Hanson. Hunl.-r K. — 96. 364 Ha|.p««I.JohnC. — 364 Harl.ii, k. J.-ffr. . J 364 Harl.ii, k. J.-nnif.r — 170. 206. 364 Harl.u.k. Patri.iaC— 336 Hard.-.,. Mariann.-S— 239 Hard. ... Mar. L. — 230. 364 Hani™. William E. — 230 Hardman. Susan H. — 336 Har.Ui.k. Ali.-.-D. — 364 Har.l..B.,l.l.i.L. — 364 Har.l).Si.ln.) E. — 364 Hard.. Susan A. — 364 Harfrrove. Anthon. D. — 186 Harl.-.. Cassandria T. — 36i Harm..... Virginia A. — 364 Har|.. Willi.- J— 86.364 Harper. CalhrrinrN. — 336 Har|«-r. Gar. K. — 364 Har|»-r.J, |,hF. Ill — 188 Har|»-r. Vieki D. — 364 Harrell. Mar. R. — 364 Harn-ll. Sharon E. — 364 Harr,-ls,„i.Ja,,|i.il.ii — 196. 364 Harris. Amain- S . — 336 Harris. Drl.ra J. — 336 Harris. G.-oiy. — 69. 111.364 Harr... la-m.tel R. — 111.364 Harris. Pamela J. — 364 Harris. Relx-eea L. — 364 Harris. Samuel N— 364 Harris, Steven D. — 364 Harris. Susan S. — 204. 232. 364 Harris. Y.elleR.— 364 Harrison. Jaeouelinr — 364 Harrison. Marion L— 364 Harrison. Miriam F. — 206 Harrison. R.I,.-,, a K— 336 Hams,,,,. R„. W . — 36-1 Harrison. Teresa L. — 48. 196. 364 Harrison. Virginia L. — 364 Harruff. Kimherl. D — 364 Harl. Jan. E. — 336 Harl. M.ra Y— 36t Harl. PalliS. — 336 Harll.-..D.-l.ln.S. — 336 Hartnian.Sli-.rnG. — 364 Hart . . Cr,-,!ori W. — 229. 364 Ham-».Da.i-F.. — 364 Has.ni.i.-r.Jam.-sIL— 364 Ha-l.-r. M.el.a. I R. — 194.364 Hast.. Chris W . — 364 Halh.-o.-k. Be. rrl) A— 242.336 Hall,, o,k. Manila A— 364 Halla»a..Gra. ,-W. — 336 Hautthl. Herl.i.-B. — 364 Ha., ns. Linda J.— 29.336 Ha»kin.. Damn C — 186. 364 HaHk.ns.Gni! — 364 Ha»s.(;,-ral.lK.— 361 Hajos D..n.ih. M. — 336 Ha..--. Laura 1—364 Ha.es. Lesli. R. — 204.336 Ha.es. Linda M. — 364 Hayes. Phillip— 364 H.-artsill. Rol.-rtM. — 364 H.-aion. Sharon A.— 365 Hedit.s.Hk. Ran.l. H .— % H.-d-tn.m. Thomas C. — 188. 337 H,i:ler. Sh. -rr, 1. — 196. 242. 365 He,,,-. Peter C— 365 Heis... Mard.nK — 365 Heil man. Randall T. — 194. 337 Helm.. Da. id E. — 365 Helms. James B. — 365 Helms. Julia — 365 Helms. L nnS. — 337 H.-lms. Rand) C. — 365 Helms. Rhonda J— 337 Helms. Ted L Jr. — 365 Helms.VielolA. — 365 Helton. William K. — 365 Helton. Winfn-d — 365 Hemphi II. Donna L. — 196 Henderson. Charla J. — 105. 365 Henderson. ft-Uirah E. — 204. 365 Henderson. DelKirah L. — 365 Henderson. Del.ra A. — 365 Henderson. DeHe) M. — 337 Henderson. Dorolh. L. — 202. 365 Henderson. Ja, ,|uelin — 365 Henderson. L. -she C— 337 Henderson. Lill) L. — 365 H.niler-on. Waller J— 190 H.-ndrj, kson. Timolh. — 337 H. ndm. Thomas M. — 188. 337 Hrningrr. Terry L— 119 H.-nn.nfi.-r. Dai id A. — 365 Henry. JaekieC. — 365 Henry. Kathy J. — 204. 232. 365 Henry. RonerL. — 365 H, -rhst. Palli K. — 365 H.-rnand.v. Vanessa — 365 Hen-don, Sh.-rri A. — 198. 365 H.-rrin. Norman C— 365 Herring. Daniel R. —365 Herring. Ph. His C. — 337 Hermd. N.l.laJ. — 365 Herlw-j. Don K. — 337 Hi.kman.JohnE. — 186.365 Hi. ks. La.oria E. — 200. 365 Hig.lon. William L. — 337 HighioH.-r.Ju.l.thJ. — 365 Hill.Bn-n.lal. — 365 Hill. Jennifer A.— 365 Hill. Linda C. — 105. 365 Hill. San.lra L. — 337 Hill. Shannon A. — 365 Hillig.K.-riS. — 365 Hinos. John L. — 365 Hines. Louis W. — 365 Hing.-r. Eliaheih A. — 204. 365 Hilson. Mirha.-IB— 365 Hixon. Laura L — 365 Hol.hs. D.-.-li.- — 365 Hol.l-s. H. Christopher — 365 Holaionl. Ri, hard H— 365 H.nlge. Ramona J. —365 Holf. Nan,. R. — 365 Hoffman. Elaine D. — 365 Hogan. Da.idL. — 87.365 Hniles.RiehardR. — 365 Holderfield. Cynthia — 337 Holland. Daphne A. —365 Hollidaijaeki.-R— 337 Holluiglon. Kalhl.i-n— 337 H.dlis. Carl L. — 92.95.337 Hollis. b-siaj. — 230 Holhs. Thomas A— 178.365 Holl.ma. . James T. — 365 Hollimav.Kimheriy A. — 365 Holloxay. Lillie R. — 230. 365 Hollowa). RolN-rt W. — 87. 365 Holl.may.T.rr. W. — 337 Holl.ma.. William R — 188. 366 Holman. Donald W. — 337 Holme.. Charles S. — 194. 366 Holm.-,. Lisa A. — 366 Holme . Roll, n J — 188. 366 Holi. Ri. hard D — 337. 366 Holi,Si.-..-nL. — 188.225 Ho.hL T.-rri. a C. — 204. 224. 242. 337 Hooks. John E. — 366 Hooper. Gail R — 337 H.Kit.-n. Cathl.-. n — 366 Hoover. Claud. V. — 337 Hopkins. John E— 184.337 Hopkins. Sandra C. — 243. 337 Hopper. DeUrah M. — 337 Hopper. William F. — 337 Hopson. Jerry J. — 337 Horn. Pamela S. — 1% Horn. William J— 366 Horn.. Dennis A —180.337 Home, James K. — 184. 366 Hornsl,.. David K. — 366 Hornsl...Ha.Hard— 366 Hornsl... L. nn — 206. 230 Hnuhon. Ro. H. — 69. 1 1 1. 192. 337. 366 Houston. Bill) J. — 366 Houston. DelKirah F. — 204. 366 Houston. John R — 366 Hovvanl. Billi.-Jo — 366 Howanl. Lu. . M. — 366 Howard. Rol eri D. — 188. 366 Howard. Vi.kei M— 366 Howell. Henry B. — 337. 366 Howell. Kim B. — 337 Howell. Mark B. — 178 Howell. Thomas C. — 366 Hudgens. James M. — 366 Hudley.Arlene — 366 HiidsjK-ih. Mi.-hael A. — 366 Huggins. Donna — 337 Hugh. . Billi.- Ann — 337. 366 Hugh. . Consiam .- L. — 198. 366 Hugh. ,Jaii|u.lin.J. — 366 Hughes. Larry J. — 366 Hugh. , Nina K. — 366 Hugh. . Rhonda K— 366 Hugh, . Ronnie E. — 186. 366 Hugh. . William A. — 186. 366 Hugh.-.. Phillip A— 194.337 Hulse. RolK-rt D. — 337. 366 Hulsei.Barne. C. — 184 Hunt. Donald E. Jr. —96.366 Hum. Jam. T. — 180.366 Hunl.-r. Gwendolyn A. — 200. 337 Hunter. Jam. — 86. 366 H.i rsl. Edna K. — 366 Hurt. Marsha A. — 206. 337 Huss,-..CarlaK. — 202.366 Huss.-i. Timolh, W — 366 Hutchison. ValorirL — 337 Hullo. Palri, k A. — 337 Hun.,. Paul — 366 Hyde Joe N. — 337 H)drick. Donald R. — 366 I Ingram. Cynthia C. — 196, 366 Ingram, James M. — 194. 366 Ingram, Patrice C. — 196. 366 Irvin.JowphE.— 366 Ishec.Jci, W.— 192.366 lv.-y. Hugh D. — 230. 233. 244, 245. 337 Ivcy. Timmy W. — 366 Ivoy.TyndalW. — 366 J Jackson. Byron D. — 1 1 1. 194. 337, 366 Ja k«on, Dolmrah L. — 24, 337 Jackson, Dcloris — 366 Jackson. Ellen G. — 366 Jackson. Glenda A. — 337 Jackson. Jahlonski — 230. 367 Jackson, Janice E. — 367 Jaekson, Killv J. — 367 Jaekson. Larry W.— 367 Jackson. Linda J. — 337 Jaekson. Mark J. L. — 116. 367 Jaekson. Ro ky W. — 337 Jaekson. Timothy M. — 188. 367 Jacobs. David G — 25. 194.337 Jaeohs. Mark A. — 367 Jacquay. Stephen M. — 367 James. Brenila K. — 337 James. Catherine M. — 232. 367 Jami . Charles R. — 233. 337 James. Nehemiah — 337 Jami . Palrieia A. — 226. 367 Janasky. Nancy J. — 206 Jarman. Roxannc — 367 Jeffeoal. Judv A. — 367 Jeffeoal. MyraE. — 367 Mines, Susan M. — 204, 367 Jcllisnn. Michael L. — 222.337 Jenkins. Andrew L. — 367 Jenkins. Frank A —111.190.367 Jenkins. Sheila D— 230.337 Jennings. James E. — 367 Jennings, Virginia S. — 367 Jerkins. Aubre T. — 367 Jerkins. Phyllis L. — 367 Jerkins. Theresa L. — 204. 232, 367 Jess,-, Roliert E. — 367 Jeter. Jan — 206. 230. 337 Jell. Lori L. — 367 Jinright. Kayo J. — 226.367 Johns. Lorraim 337 Johns, Sharon E. — 367 Johnson. Alire — 367 Johnson. Beth A. — 337 Johnson. Camille — 367 Johnson. Charles — 367 Johnson. Clifford E. — 184. 367 Johnson. Curtis P. — 186 Johnson. Cynthia A. — 367 Johnson, Dak— 337 Johnson. Donald L. — 367 Johnson. Emilv K. — 337 Johnson, Gary ' M. — 184,367 Johnson, Gloria J. — 367 Johnson, Grace E. — 367 Johnson, Gn-gor) D. — 233, 338 Johnson, Gregory D. — 178 Johnson. Jeanie— 198 Johnson. Jem W. — 194.367 Johnson, Jim G. Jr. — 367 Johnson. Joan M. — 104 Johnson. Joseph L.— 178.338 Johnson. Kenneth A. —367 Johnson. Lynda R. — 196.204.367 Johnson. Marian M. — 367 Johnson. Man 1.. — 338 Johnson. Mit iC. — 204 Johnson. Nehemiah— 111.368 Johnson. Nora L. — 368 Johnson. Pamela— 368 Johnson. Portia I 368 Johnson. Rachel A. — 229.368 Johnson. Richard— 338 Johnson. Roland D.— 368 Johnson. Salira L. — 368 Johnson. Susan K. — 368 Johnson, Timothy A— 368 lohnsou. Waller D.— 368 fohnson. William A. — 368 Johnson. Wiiliam C. — 178 Johnston. Charles R. — ! 16 Johnston. Debbie — 368 Johnston. Susan L. — 338 Johnston. W.idcM.— 368 Johns .Wendy —.368 Johnston. William M. — 86. 1 16. 338 Joiner. Miehael A. —368 J. r. Susan E. — 368 Jones. Anita —368 Jones. Bairns — 86. 368 Jones. Barn R. — 368 Jones. Beverly S.- 37.52.368. 1 72,198 Jones. Cynthia D.— 368 Jones. David C — 368 Jones. David C III — .368 Jones. Emmie L. — 368 lone . Ethel M. — 200.230.337 kirn ' s. Freda V. — 368 Jones. Can I). - 180.368 Jones. Gerald C — 368 .lores, .laek — 368 Jones, .lana — 37. 196.222.368 Jones. Jose R . - 368 ,JoeD. 111.368 Lines. Josephine — 337.368 kmesJulianneW -368 J, s. l.arr) P — 368 1 s.le. 1) -368 |„n. . Lindj 1). -- 198.337 |„,i™. Mil huel W. 368 i, „.. v,,„, i , 229,368 Jones. Pamela G. — 368 Jones. RebeeeaH. — 368 Jon. . Riekv A. — 368 Jones. Robert W. — 337.368 Jonca, Sharon J. — 368 Jones. Steve C. — 368 Jones. Susan C. — 368 Jones, Thomas E. — 368 Jnn.-s. Wade A. — 337 Jones. Walter J. — 186.368 Jordan. Clifton D. — 184. 368 Jordan. Debbie D. — 368 Jordan. Deborah D. — 368 Jordan, George G. — 368 Jordan, Janet M. — 368 Jordan. Joseph E. — 26. 184, 230, 236. 338 Jordan. Marv P — 368 Joyner. Daniel W— 338 Justice, Jisy B. — 368 Justingor. Bruee A. — 368 Kaiser, Randal R. — 184. 368 Kamiisehmidl. Robert — 368 Kais-s. Thomas N— 368 Karp, David R. — 194.368 Kean. Stephen B. — 225 Keaiing.Jos.phM.— 338 Keith. Thomas R. — 369 Kellam. Pamela J.— 368 Kelley. Edwin B. — 194.368 Kelley.lv) L. — 368 Kelley. Randolph W. — 184 Kelley. Rosemary K. — 369 Kelly. Dennis W.— 194.369 Kelly. Edwin B. — 369 Kelly. Emilv A. — 338 Kelly, Sand) H— 369 Kelly. Sharon E. — 369 Kelly. Susie F.— 206.369 Kelly. Walter D. — 369 Ken.lriek. Candare E. — 369 Kendriek. Dewey C. — 369 Kendnek. Gena — 202. 369 Kendriek. Jorulh — 196. 369 Kennedy. Daphne R.— 369 Kennedy. John M.— 369 Kennedy. Mclanic — 369 Kent. Rebecca I 369 Kersker. James F. — 369 Kessel. Daniel C — 369 Kessel. William C — 178.369 Ken ham. Anna M. — 369 Ketcham, Kaihryn R. — 28, 196, 230, 338 Kit. ham. Kem S. — 194. 369 Koicham. Randv J. — 369 Key. Anita D. — 369 Key. Jeanelle — 338 Kiekliter. Kaihryn — 204. 369 Kilcreasr. Sharon L. — 338 Kilhngsworlh. Barha — 242. 369 Kilhngsworth. Donna — 196. 369 Killough.GavIe — 338 Kdpalriek. Byron S. — 194. 369 Kilpatrick, George C. — 369 Kimbm. Janet — 243.369 Kimmel. Nanev L. — 369 Kimni.ll. RolsnB. Jr. — 369 King. Christopher T. — 369 King. DcjcrilynL. — 369 King, Emma Mae — 369 King. Iona — 369 King. Kimi — 370 King. Nellie J. — 370 King.Olli.H. — 370 King. Roy E. — 370 Kinkade. CherylS.— 370 Kinney. Jan L. — 370 Kinsey.JonM— 370 Kirklanil, Anthony B. — 370 Kirkland, Jennifer— 338 Kirklanil. Neomia — 338 Klult , Mareclina — 370 Knauff. Roger Allen— 370 Knight. EvioD. — 370 Knight. Kenneth — 338 Knight, Larry E. — 116.370 Knov. Benton F. — 370 Knox. Clarence K. — 184. 370 Knox. DianlhaL. — 370 Koelln.WallherW.— 231.370 Konkle. RenaleM— 370 Koppersmiih. Lori — 338 Kovaeh. Roberts. —370 Kramer, Cynthia K. — 370 Kralohvil. Gregory K. — 338 Krav it . Lv line C. — 202. 338. 370 Kreis. Joseph M. — 370 Krorn. Shauna L. — 105. 338 Kuramarski. Judith A.— 338 Kvser. Linda M. — 200.338 Kvzar. Cla.ro B. — 338 Kv ar. Marcus R. Jr. — 178.370 Kv ar. RamonaA.— 196.370 Labudo. Miehael L. — 370 Lackix.s. Anihonv S. — 3.38 Udnicr. David F. — 370 Lagrone, Belly M. — 370 Laird. Everelle L. — 29. 230. 338 Ulak.JohnM. — 338 laniar. Maria R — 338 Lambert. Dcbra A. — 370 Lambert, Usvlvia A. — 338 Lambeth. Belt) L. — 370 Lambeth, Diana C— 370 Limliclh. Randall A. — 338 Lamp. Rock) H. — 184.370 lenders. MarkS.— 186.370 Lune. James J, — 370 Line. Richard D. - 182. 190.338 Line. RiiaT. —3.38 Lungfonl. Pnllv A. — 370 Urge. Brenda K. — 370 Urge. Fred M. — 370 Uriosa. InocentcT. — 370 Urkin, Ronald E. — 370 Urkin.TrrriD— 370 Urkin. Thomas B — 66. 111.370 Ursen. Cindy L. — 223. 370 Usselcr, Elizalicth — 370 Ussilrr. Melissa A. — 370 Ulham, Paula S. — 338 Una. Forrest S. — 194. 223. 370 Uvender. Douglas W. — 188, 370 Uvender. Sharon A. — 370 Uwley.R. Dane — 370 Uwrcnce. Robert L. — 370 Uylon. Linda J. — 172. 196 Uzzara. Anthony Jr. — 28. 194. 338 Lea. Nancy J. — 338 Lrary. Miehael J. —338 LcdbrUcr, James H. — 184. 223, 370 Lcddon. MyraJ. — 370 Lee. Allison 0—230. 338 Lee, Arthur D. — 370 Lee, Billy A. — 370 Lie. Bonnie M. — 338 Lee. David R. — 370 Lee. Donna M. — 370 Lee. Elizals-lh T. — 1%. 370 Lee. Jack E.— 370 Lee, Jami-s F. — 186. 370 Leo, Jean S. — 338 Lie. Joni D. — 371 Lie, Pamela L. — 338 be. Robert V. — 338 Lie. Sandra K. — 370 Lehman. Victoria J. — 371 Lemon. Catherine E. — 371 Liim. Mary E. — 371 Leonard, Lisa M. — 370 Lell. Dcbra F. — 338 Lcvorctl. J. Terrell — 370 Levi. Gary C — 370 Levins, Paul H. — 370 Lewis, Beverly R. — 370 Lewis. DcniseB. — 370 Lewis. Frank L. Jr. — 370 Lewis. Gail D. — 371 Lcwis.GerrvO. — 190.371 Lewis, Joseph — 371 Lewis, Stanley K. — 371 Libbey, Nancy J. — 198.371 Lightfooi, Delia S. — 243. 338 Lighifooi. Kathy G. — 371 Lindsav. Arthur C. — 371 Lindsay, DavidS. — 338 Lindsay. Miehael K. — 371 Lindso). Jo Ann — 27.338 Linton. Charles W. — 371 Lipscombc, Robert B. — 371 Lisenb), Ronald W. — 371 Liltle. Edwin B — 371 Little. Elizabeth F— 202.371 Utile. PhyllisG. — 371 Livcrmorc. Evelyn M. — 371 Loeklicr. Brani L. — 338 Locklin, Elizabeth P.— 371 Loflis. James C. Jr. — 338 Logan. David M. — 371 Logan. Riekv W. — 371 Long. Donna S. — 338 Long. James C. — 338 Long, Karen E. — 371 Long. Palsy A. — 371 Long. Paul D. — 371 Long. Waller L. Ill — 111.186.371 Long. Winsion T. — 116. 338 Longshore. Jessie L. — 338 Loll. John W. — 371 Luiivicro, Nancy B. — 371 Lovell. Mario— 111.371 Lovcll. Deborah K.— 371 Lovell. Harold R. — 190 Lowe. DavidS. — 338 Lowe. Sheila D. — 204. 371 Lowerv. AudisB. — 371 Lowerv, Hermon L. — 371 Lowerv. William L. — 225. 371 Lucas. Sharon — 242. 338 Luekerson. Palrieia — 371 Lumpkin. Marv J. — 371 Lumpkin, Thomas E. — 186 Lunsford. Jo Ann — 338 Lunsford. William R. — 371 Luster. Dannv A— 180.371 Luihokc. Carol A. — 371 Luvara. Anihonv L. — 338 Ly Irs. William H. Ill — 371 Lynch. Carol A. — 371 Lynch. Mitchell E.— Lyon. Alice R.— 371 M Maee. Susan E. — 371 Mark. UuraL. — 371 Maek.Toni A. — 328 Mackenzie. John R. — 338 Madden. Patrick J. — 111.371 Maddox. Jerri W. — 371 Maddux. Rols-n S. — 87. 186. 338 Magee.Timothv J. — 244.371 Ma hone. William C. — 371 Major. Georganne E. - 3.38 Major. Harold L. - 371 Makanjuola. Abinbola — 338 Maledv. AnnM. — 371 Mallory.Bollv L. — 371 Mallorv. Freddy M.— 371 Mallnrv.RondallC. — 339 Malmborg. Grace V. -242.371 Maluila. Catherine A.— 371 Maluda. John W. - 23. 232. 339 Maneil. Ronald K.— 178.371 Munlcy. Richard A. — 186.371 Mann, Jacqueline — 371 Manning. Dennis 0. — 339 Manning, Michael A. — 371 Manry. Helen A. — 198,371 Manry. Sarah E.— 198.371 Manuel. George M. — 194, 339 Maraman, Molvin L. — 339. 371 Marchanl. James C. — 182 Marchclli. Donna K. — 372 Marks. Darwin C. — 184.372 Marler. Mickey D. — 372 Marler, Sharon R. — 202. 372 Marrs. James W. — 372 Marsh, David C. — 192 Marsh, Katherine D. — 204. 372 Ma rshall.GaylcN.— 196.339 Marshall, Janellr D. — 230. 372 Marshall. Kathleen B. — 372 Marshall. Kalhy — 198. 232 Martin. Barbara L. — 372 Martin. Brenda D. — 372 Martin, Cassandra A. — 339 Martin. DannellyC— 372 Martin. Debbie D. — 198. 372 Martin. Hugh H. — 339 Martin, JanieeO. — 372 Martin. Michael A. — 339 Martin. Robert W. — 182. 372 Marvin. Wills- rlC. — 372 Masalanka, Man — 178. 339 Mashburn. Steven E. — 339 Mason, Roliert L. — 372 Masscy.Cheryll— 198.372 Masse). Fund B. — 372 Mass.). LccsaF. — 372 Maihews. James P. — 372 Malhews. Karen A. — 1%. 339 Maihews. Shirlc) M. — 200. 372 Malhews. Thomas C. — 188 Maihiews, Beverly — 204, 232, 372 Mathis. George H. — 184.372 Matrone, Louis G. — 96. 372 Mallhes. James R. Jr. — 372 Matihews. Kari S. — 372 Matlhews, Roliert A. — 372 Ma 1 1 hews, Susan C. — 372 Matllc, Lynn M— 372 Mauldin. Dennis L. — 372 Mauldin. Lee Ann — 372 Maury, Rickey R. — 87.372 Ma). Bonnie J. — 372 Ma).Ferrell W. — 372 Ma . Jane M. — 372 Mav.Tinmthv M. — 182.372 May. William J. Jr. — 372 Ma lH-rr).NanrvJ. — 372 Ma)s. MiehaclS. — 339 Mazeau, Michelle R. — 372 McCain. RoIktiB. Jr. — 372 M.Call. Maggie L. — 372 M.Carlcv. Thomas D— 372 McClellan. James E. — 372 McClendon. Tamm) L. — 372 MeClure. Sherrcl B. — 372 McClusky.LisaL. — 372 MrConalha. Michael L. — 372 MeCormick. Don M. — 188. 245. 372 MeCorvc). Gloria J. — 372 M.Crarv. Mania L. — 230. 339 MeCraw. Craig A. — 372 MeCray. Willie L. Jr. — 372 MrCrea. Tom A. — 372 McCmry. Belly J. — 226. 244. 339 Mi Culloch. Anna L. — 198. 372 M.Daniel. John W— 188. 372 MeDaniel. Mclanic G. — 372 Mi Daniels. Vivian —230. 372 McDonald. Fine K. — 372 McDonald. James A. Jr. — 186. 243. 372 McDonald. Sibyl D. — 204. 372 McDonald Sonia L. — 26. 339 McDowell. Fred M.— 373 McDowell. Tamara S. — 373 McFall. Mark W. — 373 McGasier. Martha — 373 MeGcc. David A.— 373 McGchee. Nancy E. — 373 M.Ghar. Nam-) C. — 373 MeGill. Angela J— 373 M.Gill. John B. — 373 MeGill. Melissa K. — 373 McGilvrav.MaxonO. — 373 M.Gowin. Ellen A. — 28. 196. 230. 242. 339 McGraw. Sheree — 373 M.Grilf. Glenn D. — 373 McGuinl). Pamela C. — 373 McGuire. Brenda J. — 373 McCuire. Michael K. — 373 McHcarg. Elizabeth T. — 229. 339 Mcintosh. MarkS. — 188.373 Mcintosh. William D. — 373 Melntvrc.CvnlhiaK. — 29,339 McKeilhen.Jack A. — 339 McKcnzic. John M. — 182.373 McK.nzie. William G— 188.373 McKinley, Elizabeth — 373 MeKinley, Steven E. — 184.373 McKinnon. Patricia A. — 373 McKinnon. Roliert J.— 188.373 McKinnon. TamraL. — 373 M, Knight. James P. — 373 McLean. Chervl A.— 373 McLean. John 111—373 McLcndon. HovtS. — .339 MeUixl. CarolS. — 373 McLootl.LindaJ. — 373 McLinn. Gerald W.— 373 Mi Linn. Michael D. — 339 McLovd. B.ll)c J. — 373 McMaiuis, Janet C. — 339 M.Mi.liael. Patricks. — 373 McMichael, Rick S.— 339 McMillan. CvnihiaL. — 373 McMillan. Rcdiih J. — 373 McMillan. Teresa A. — 196.373 McNair. Paul H. — 375 McNeal. Bol.l.v W. — 373 -Ofl _. MrNral. Janice M. — 373 McNeal. Ly ia A. — 339 M. Ncasc. Jiloy E. — 233.373 McNeil. Connie C. — 204 MrPh.rson. Kathnn L. — 104, 206. 373 M. Rac. Edgar R. Jr. — 184. 339 M, Reynolds. Barn L. — 186. 373 McVay. Wanda S. — 373 Meadows. Bonny C— 373 Meadows. Deborah E. — 22. 202. 339 Means. Jame R. — 92.373 Mi-ek. Frances D. — 373 Meeker, Kim T— 339 M.-eks. Deborah 0. — 1%. 373 M.-eks. Donnie B. — 373 M.-eks. Man W. — 339 M.-eks. Tomm L. — 178. 373 Mehalley. Linda C. — 226. 373 Mellon. Freda D.— 373 Melvin.ToniJ. — 373 MYiurn. Aniu J. — 173. 204. 373 Mor -diih.CvnihiaL. — 373 Meriwether. Nieholas — 339 Merrill. Jan F. — 373 Merrill. James D. — 373 Merrill. Varnor — 373 M.-ssi. k. Jimmy R. — 339 Messiek. Polly A. —373 Meiealf. William B. — 373 Mewhourne. David F. — 373 Miekelson. Linda D. — 373 Mikel. Joseph R. — 339 Milbry.BrendaJ. — 373 Miley. Vieki L. — 198. 373 Miller. Angela M. — 374 Miller. Beverly D. — 374 Miller. David L— 339 Miller. Del . rah A.— 374 Miller. Elaine C. — 374 Miller. Elliott F. — 374 Miller. Cary R. — 188. 339 Miller. Huev E. — 339 Miller. Reheeea A. — 374 Miller. Rodney R. — 87. 374 Miller. Teresa B. — 374 Miller. William W. — 339 Mills. Palrieia — 374 Mills. Womar F. — 374 Milner. Li alx-th A. —206. 374 Milner. Rolieri L. — 374 Mims. Johnny — 374 Mims. Ronald D. — 374 Miner. Aliee L. — 374 Miner. Nanrv C. — 374 Mitchell. Charles A. — 374 Mil. hell. Cin.lv L. — 374 Mil.hell. DrhraS. — 374 Milehell. DorrisD. — 339 Milehell. Jonah L. — 196. 374 Mil.hell. Marilue — 374 Mil. hell. Palsy B. — 374 Mil.hell. Ronnie — 374 Milehell. Sherry E. — 374 Mil. hell. Sle| hen R. — 178 Milihum. Sharon L. — 339 Milhen. Thomas S. — 180. 374 Mixon. David E. Jr. — 178 Mixon. Winona J.— 374 Mixson. DehhieJ. — 206 Mixon. John D. — 339 Molil.y. Ronald L. — 90. 69. 339 Moman, Charlolle — 374 Mom os. Thomas C— 374 Money. Can Ion I. — 374 Money. ElhelM. — 339 Money. John B. — 374 Money. Lamona D. — 374 Moody. Richard A.— 339 Moody. WilliamS. — 180 Moor.-. Earl M. — 339 Moore. Lisa R. — 170. 196.J374 Moore. Michael T. — 194. 374 Moore. Randall W. — 375 Moore. Sharon L. — 375 Moore. Sharon S. — 375 Moorehead. Karla D. — 375 Moorrr. Detiorah J. — 339 Moreman. John D — 186. 374 Morgan. Borl 111— 375 Morgan. Helen F. — 339 Morgan. Mary E. — 375 Morgan. Montgomery J. — 375 Morgan. Pamela A. —375 Morgan. Rol.vn J.— 375 Morgan. Tommy D. — 339 Morr.Davi.IW— 192.375 Morris. Cathy M. — 375 Morris. Elhei L. — 375 Morris. Ingrid A. — 339 Morris. Jeannie — 339 Morris.Ju.lv A— 375 Morris. Pamela A. — 105. 375 Morris. Rhonda F. — 375 Morrison. Drl.ra J— 375 Morrison. John D. — 375 Morrison. Judith A.— 375 Morrison. Pamela J. — 375 Morrow. ClareneeS. — 375 Morrow. Fellis A. — 26. 233. 339 Mosel.y. Edward D. — 339 Mos.-s, Susan C. — 198. 339 Motley. Oracle A. — 375 Moulin. Morel— 375 Mount. Danny C. — 375 Moyers. David C. — 375 Muilins. Larry G. — 184. 375 Muogenasl. Sue A. — 375 Monger. Joy, el 339 Murphy. Kevin C. — 171. 178. 339 Murphy. Patricia K. — 375 Murphy. RusalynM— 204.375 Myers. Belva L — 52. 206. 216. 375 Myers. Randal C. — 375 Myers. Roy M. — 184.375 Myers. Wanda — 375 Mynard. Janet W. — 339 Myriek. James — 190. 375 N Naliors. Kenneth C. — 375 Nail. Nancy L. — 196. 375 Nail. Nina M. — 375 Naka awa, Keniehi — 188. 375 Narro. Karl M. — 96. 375 N.s-so. Charl.-s C. — 245. 339 Neose. KatherineS— 339 Nrideffer. John R. — 188. 242. 375 Neighbors, Linda J. — 375 Nelson. Danny A. — 178. 375 Nelson. Debra A. — 375 Nelson. Oregon A. — 186, 339. 375 Nelson, Phyllis D. — 375 Nelson, Steve A. — 339 Nesmilh, Rolieri Ell — 233. 375 Nelluno. Vincent A. — 192. 375 Neude. ker. Alita S. — 206. 339 Neufeld. Kalhl S. — 244 New. Kevin D. — 375 Newberry. Ike M. Ill— 375 Newman. Alan C. — 182.339 Newman. Dixie D. — 198. 226. 232. 375 Newman, Janet L.— 198.375 Newman. John P. — 239. 375 Newman. Joy R. — 375 Newman. Kelly A.— 375 Newman. Kelly L. — 206. 375 Newman. Mae A. — 375 Newman. Sheila S. — 375 Newman. Thomas R. — 375 Ni, hols. Chen I — 375 Nichols. Con-He A. — 375 Nichols. Ni.k — 194.375 Nichols. Paul A. — 376 Nix. Eugenia — 202.376 Nix. Tommy H. — 186.376 Noble. Susan C. — 1%. 376 Norman. Jo Ellen — 339 Norris. Gregory L. — 376 Norris. John E. — 339 Norris. Terry J. — 376 Norris. Thomas D. Jr. — 376 Northern.. Roy H. — 376 Norton. Brenda J. — 376 Nunnrlcc. Cary R. — 376 Oakley. Martha L. — 340 O ' Brien. Yvonne C. — 340 Og.l.-n. Vnki D. — 376 Ogle. Patricia J— 202.376 Oglesbv. Anida — 376 Oglesby. Brenda K. — 376 Oglesby. Lillian E. — 340 Oglesby. Susan D. — 376 Oglclrer. Martha J— 376 0 ' Crady. Patricia G. — 376 Oler. Donna A. — 376 Olive. Nina A. — 376 Oliver. Belly L. — 206. 376 Oliver. Charles Jr. — 190. 340 Oliver. L. Ion C. Jr. —376 Oliver. Lew is D. — 376 Oliver. Sleven R. — 186. 376 Oliver. Su an D. — 242. 376 Oliver. William M. — 116.376 Olson. Mart R. — 376 O ' Neal. Deborah K. — 376 Onorati, Robert L. — 376 Cvbome. Sandra L. — 376 Oshnmr. Susan L. — 376 O ' Sullivan. Jane E. — 206. 376 Oswald. Tina G. — 376 Overt.-, k. James H. — 340 Oven.lr.-el. Carol R. — 340 Overton. Man in L. — 376 Owen. David L. — 186.376 Owen. Lisa A— 198.376 Owen. Virginia M . — 198. 242. 376 Owens. Brenda J— 376 Owens. Deliorah J. — 198. 376 Owens. Donald R Jr. — 186. 376 Owens. Joanne — 376 Owens. Kim P. — 340 Owens. Olela R. — 376 Owens. RoI.ti E. Jr. — 87. 194. 340. 376 Owens. Teresa D. — 376 Owing . LurilonK. — 376 Padg -II. Marilyn D. — 243.376 Page Jerry L. — 186, 376 Page Melissa A. -376 Pago Rolieri E. - -376 Page R.igrr B. - 376 Page Sheila D. - 340 Page Vivian L. — 376 Palm ■r. Edward L— 66.69. 111.376 Paparclla. Pas.|ua le — 376 Par.-. i . Luis F. - -178.376 Parh. m. Willie F — 232. 244. 376 Park. BillieC. — 198. 3 6 Park. Karen L. — 198. 376 Park. Sharon K. - - 198. 376 Park. r. Daniel L. — 178. 340 Park, r. Clenda D — 376 Park. r. Glenda S. — 376 Park. r. James E. -377 Park. r. Joseph L. — 340 Park. r. Nancy A. — 377 Park. r. Pamela J. — 377 Parker. Phillip L. — 87. 340 Parker. Richard J.— 178.377 Parker. Susan F. — 198. 377 Parker. Virginia E. — 377 Parker. William E.— 377 Parkins. Alvin C. Jr. — 116. 186. 377 Parks. Chen I A. — 377 Parks. Virginia L. — 377 Parrimon. Dale R. — 377 Parrish. James P. — 377 Parrish. Rex A. — 340 Parrish. Rickey L. — 184.377 Parrish, Ronnie L. — 184. 377 Parsons. Gary G. — 377 Partner. Simon C — 377 Partridge. Kern B. — 377 Pas, hall. Pamela J.— 377 Pate, Gregory C. — 377 Patni. Kanm — 188, 233. 34t, Palriek. Donna K. — 377 Patterson. Rolien — 87. 377 Pallnn. Virginia B. — 377 Paul. Brtjie S. — 196. 377 Paulk.JamesP. — 377 Paxson. Barrel! — 377 Paxson. Robert D. — 377 Paxson. William K. — 377 Payne. Eli al-lh C. — 1%. 377 Payne. Russell T. — 192. 229. 377 Pearl. P.-ggie A . — 242. 377 Peck. Jessie M. — 377 P.-ehlcs. Vivia— 340 Pelham. Virki B. — 340 Penn. Pamela J — 196.377 Pont . Tammy L. — 204. 377 Penlz.Teri-saE. — 204.377 Pepper. Louie E. — 194. 377 Peppers. Charlie D. — 377 Perdue. Nell H. — 377 Perdue. Norma J. — 226. 377 Perdue. Valerie L. — 340 Per.- . Patricia A. — 198. 232. 377 Perkins, Melanie M. — 377 Pern, John M. — 340 Perry. Robert H. — 184 Perry. Shelly— 377 Perry. Sybil Y.— 377 Persons, Deliorah |. — 377 Persons, Mil.hell S — 231. 233. 377 Persons, Rebi-cca S. — 204. 377 Pelers. Deliorah B. — 340 Peterson. Catherine — 243. 377 Pelerson. Lyelta F. — 242. 377 Peterson. Olivette R. — 377 Pelerson. Peggy L. — 1%, 340 Pelritsis. Annie V. — 340 Petlawav. Darron — 377 Pcitawav. Louise Y. — 377 Pcltwav.Channi.-M. — 377 Petlway. Ella — 377 Petty. CynlhiaD. — 377 Pcllv.Min.laC. — 340 Pclwav.MelvinD. — 340 Pe enl. Rebecca A.— 206.377 Phelps. Debra D. — 340 Phillaluum. Kathleen — 377 Phillips. Althoa— 377 Phillips. Heine K. — 204. 232. 377 Phillip . Eddie I 86.88.377 Phillips. Glen C — 377 Phillips. Cuerry M. — 186.377 Phillip. Pamela P. —377 Philli|is, Raymond E. — 377 Phillips. SonjaL.— 27,340 Philli|is, Susan L. — 377 Phillips. Ter.-sa — 377 Phillips. TrinaC. — 204. 378 Philon. Sarah. I. — 243.340 Philpoll.GanC. — 340 Philvaw. Samuel L. — 378 Pickett. Carolvn J— 378 Pickett. Charl.-s A. — 87. 89. 340 Pickett. Chen IV. — 378 Pickett. Samuel W. — 87. 88. 340 Pickett. Willie J— 69.111.340 Pierce. LaulaR— 378 Pier..-. Ronald I. — 22. 69. 1 16. 184. 340 Pike. Tommy E. — 340 Pin, kard. James M— 180.378 Pinckard. Vicky L. — 378 Pipkin. Richard R.— 66. 111.340 Pipkins. Martha L. — 378 Pippin. D.Lynn — 378 Pillman. Monly G. — 378 Pills. Joseph K. — 378 Plash. Charles F — 233. 378 Po.-ll.tit . Angela L. — 232.378 Pollak.JohnF.Jr. — 378 Pollard. Miriam D.— 378 Pollard. VclrnaM. — 378 Ponder. B.-dfor.l F. — 378 Poole. Cavl. R. — 378 Poppr.Ann — 340 Posey. James A. Jr— 194.378 Posey. Paula J— 340 Posey. Shirley A. — 378 Posey. Tern L. — 243 Polls. Eddie S. — 378 Potts. Jo K. — 378 Pou n.-ey. Warren C. — 378 Powell. Beverly —378 Powell. Charlotte A. — 196.378 Powell. Ellen R. — 378 Powell. Katie L. — 378 Powell. Mi.ha.l E. — 184. 223. 378 Powell. Rolieri S. — 188. 378 Powers. Mara L. — 198. 378 Prater. JimmirW. — 378 Prall. Deliorah J. — 378 Prescotl.M. Vieki — 340 Pr, scon. Scott — 340 Pr.-siwn.id. Gad E. — 23. 340 Price. Ellen — 378 Price. Sheila A. — 243. 378 Pridgeon, Sh.-lia — 378 Primm, Shannon A — 378 Prince. Elizabeth K. — 378 Pugh. Deliorah A. — 378 Pugh.Jam.-sL. — 378 Punshon. Sharon K. — 378 Purta. Michael K. — 178.378 Punis. Mil. hell V. — 236. 340 Pv.rom.Roh.-cca A.— 378 Pvn.-s. Barbara D. — 340 Qumlev.Jo Rjlfalovioh. Victoi Railey. Manila D. -340 — 340 -378 409 Kainos. Philip C. -378 II,,:,.. Yvonn.-E. — 378 Rainev.Timothv M— 190.378 RamU-rt. I. n» V. Jr. — 171. 190. 378 Rumor. Susan 378 Ra.nev.Mielia.IS. — 378 Rand. ' Ralph I..— 69. IK. Runkiii.Clrarl.-s A. — 378 Hankin.Sal.rina I). — 378 Ransom. Ua, -h.-l L - 378 Rnllan.Fn.II.. — 378 Rav.linson.lin-n.bS. — 378 Hawk Man I.. — .178 Rawls, Robin — 378 Rav.DannvIL — 340 Rav.JanolS. -378 R„ Thomas B.- 186.310 Ravi .SherrerL. — 378 Ravbnr.l. IVborah A. — 378 H,,.„„,r. Roger K. - 1 16. 378 Rrasonmrr. Romii. — 116.378 Reaves. Ja.iie.-K -378 Reavra.Jeff.rv 1—340 Roavra.Marjo ' rioA.— 340 H. .1.1. ... K l. I). — 378 Rrddorh.A. l..-»i 178.379 Redman. Robin D. — 340 Reed. Charles S. -310 Rred. Kan-n .1.-379 Rrrd.NonnaK. — 379 Rood.R -rll.. -190.340 Rrrd.Trrr) I.. -379 K I.t. Robin M. — 204.379 R ■ Dnnal.il . -96. 69. 379 R,,-r Edna S. — 379 R,,-vra.Garv M -340 RrevraJamraD. — 340 Rn-vrs. I.is-t. rH.lr. — 379 Rervra.PrggjL.— 341 Rrrves.TerriL.— 224 Rrrv.-.Twila .1.-379 Rrgor.Car) I.. — 379 Register. Join, C- 194 Register. Lu. v C. - 379 R„0 " t T.ShrilaD.— 341 Rriehle.Sroii A. — 178.379 Rrhl. Sharon — 242.341 Rrnf.w. Edgar F..— 379 Rrnfrar. Sandra L — 226.379 Relherford. Ronal.lB.- 184.380 K. v. II. l.in.la A. — 341 Rev nobis. Lavand — 379 Rev nobis. Nan.) 1. — 242 Rrv nobis. Robin A. — 200.341 Re ' vll ..Tr.IW.-180 R. -i anlav. Joan E. — 341 Rho.b--.Mirl.arlN. — 184.341 Rhodes. Patriria P. — 379 Rboib-s. Sharon A. — 341 R„r. O-hhii- k. - 379 Ki. li.Sxl.il I — 379 Ri. hanl.Palri.-kH.— 341 Bi hanbon.Br.-n.la .1.-379 Hi danism.. Cab in 1). — 87. 379 Ri hanlson.Ckm-n.T-— 111.379 Ri har.Uon.ClrmonB.-379 II, hanlson. Paul J. — 188. 379 Ri hanlson. Son.lra J.— 379 Hi •bburii. EdnaS.— 379 Ri hburg.Jam.-sO.— 96 Bi hliurg. William L. — 379 Ri ■h.er. Carol M. — 379 Ri lllrr. l.rr Ho, -96.341 Bi ■k.-ll. Clarissa — 379 Hi blb-.JinunuP. — 379 Bi bib-. Sharon I.. — 379 R gdnn.CharlraW.— 194.379 Rigdnn. Kan-n L.— 204.379 Riggall. Dorolhra.C. — 311 Rilr7.JimmirD.-379 Rib-; Vi.-torM.- 186.379 Rin.-harl.Ja.-kE. Jr.— 379 Rnu-r.lVnis.-Y.- 49. 53. 379 Hi. a. Mark A. -379 River-. Pal H - 379 Robbins. Barbara J. -200. 379 R, is.Juni.-sP.-233.379 Bodl Tm-sa - 379 Ruher-un.T.-rrv A. — 379 B -.Is. Ann.- — 341 RolH-rts. Bn-nila K. — 379 R„l„Tts. Donna G. -379 R„|,-ns. Kingsl.) S. - 379 RolH-rts. Pair., k (,. - 178 Robi-rls. Walter M. — 379 K n-.Wa A. -184. 244. 245. 341 Kud.-rt-ou. Palriria — 379 R ,»„n. Carrie L. -200.341 Kobin-nu.D.mlK .-180.379 Robinson. |orl R. — 131 Robinson. Maril) tin — 200.230.34) Robinson! MrlanE. — 379 Robinson. Robert J. — 379 Robinson. Roln-rlN. — 379 B son.Yvonn.-G.-379 Roel.rll.-.DonnA.— 379 R,H-kl.oll. Marvin M.-96. 379 K,„hla.,.. limn 1.-134. 2.39. 379 Rodgers. Dawn -341 Rmlgrrs. Hrnr) .1.-379 Rodgrrs. 1 H. - 379 Ro.Ik.ts, Rami) I). — 1»1 Rodgrrs. Kohrera A. -202.379 Rwlgrrs, Susan T.— 341 Hopor-.CI.arh-W.-379 Rog.-rs.Ern.-sl .1.-379 Kop.-r-. Fraukhnl). — 379 Bop-r-.Jan.rr-243.379 Boprr-. R„kvM.-379 RohrbaUgh.Grorg.-E.-86.380 Rolanil.Rol.birG. — 341 Hold-on. En. -.1.-380 Hon,, ro. Carlo. J. -188. 380 RosamlirluGn-pS. — 380 RoslK.uph.Gu) k -380 B„s. . I.,.,,.- E. - 380 Boss. Susan M. — 380 H.,--. Tina I. — :180 Rosunmv. Vera K.— 380 Tollon Trrr-a k. — 206. 380 Roun.rrr.JanirrG.-341 Rnuulrrr.Josrpl. D.-380 Bounlrrr. Ml. l.arlW.— 192.341 Bou r. E.lwar.lE -380 Row.-.Calhv E. - 380 Rowe.GregorvP.— 380 Ro».-.Valari.-G. — 380 Rovvrll. Bejlriee — 380 Ku.hl. Mar. A. — 341 Rugg.ero.GregorvJ.-341 Ri John A.- 171. 178 K„s. Br.-n.lal.-200.230.380 Russell. BrniilaM. — 380 Russ.ll. H.-NV 11. — 341 K„ssrll.BolH.irk.-380 Bnssrll.lani.rM -380 Bus.rll.JorvC.-380 Russrll. Im -380 Russrll. I.....C.-380 Rullanil.Mii-ha.-IA. — 341 Rullrtlp.-. Bodrri V - 380 Rvals.Joanni.-K. — 380 Rvals.Plulli|.E. — 341 Rials Hi. hard M. -183 380 Rvan.Jam.-s P. -341 Rvan.Su-v Rvl.-s.Johi 380 -380 Sin tm. Sable. Mioliaol J. — 380 Saffanl.Wral.-v K— 341 Sal.-. Marvin. I.. -92. 380 Sailor. Kalhv 1). - 380 Sall.-r. Reginald R- 380 Sallrr. Thomas E. -380 Salvors. Donna R. — 380 Salzanilo. Man J. -380 Sambor. Donna K. — 206.380 Sami.b-.Vi.-kiE.— 380 Sanborn. Lisa — 380 SamU-ni.Bol.livS. — 380 Saml.-rs.Bn-n.laK. — 341 SamU-rs. Dr-borah E. - 204. 380 Sa„.lrrs. Jam.- 1). - 341 Sanders. Korri . — 196. 380 Saml.-rs. l.in.la F. — 341 Samb-r-. Ralph K.- 87. 88. 194.380 San.lrr-.Shr.la- 170.204.380 Sunder.. Steve H. -341 Sanilrr-.TIninnan E. — 341 Samllin. Anila K. — 204.380 San.lrrl.o.Bainol.l P. -70. 182.380 Sanh.nl. Diekerman L. — 380 SanfonlJulb- A. — 52.198.216.232.380 Sans...... Benlm. S. — 380 Sanson). Bi, kv T. - 380 Sassrr.Bovl.:-243.380 Saurr. Slrpda.nr 1). - 206. 232. 380 Saulsdrrrv.Brvrrlv -242.380 Saunders. ElizalK-tll — 380 Savage. Aim E. — 380 Savage. Jamra R. —243 Sawwr. Jamb- L. — 196.380 Sawvrr.Rrl..-rraL — 380 Savlnr.SlrphrnF. — 22.86.341 Srarhnmph. Benjamin — 341 Shlurlrr. Ma.b-liu.- — 380 Srhneidhon.t.Eli».l. — 26.223.341 S.dork.Drddir-198.380 S-hram.KalhvL.-380 S hull . Ali.rC. -380 Sbwe.n-dorp.Shirle-380 Sehw.-n-rJohnA.— 111.186.381 Sol.ie. Palriria M. — 244 Srobir. Bohrrl V. -241.341 S-ofi.-bl.Jan.-iP. — 381 Soil. Bill) H. — 243.381 SroH. Chrisiim- M. — 381 Seoll. Dorolll) M. — 381 Soti.FmlJ. — 186 Soii.Jo.-IK.-38l S oil. To..) C. — 381 Srngpin-. Palriria — 341 Sadorn.JulirD.-381 Seaborn. Bila D. - 381 Sranor.Davi.IL. — 381 Searev. David W.- 222. 341 Si-ars. Kaidv L - 381 Sears. Russell I..— 180.381 Soifri.-d. Kimhrrl) A. - 381 Srlt.Edwanl P.— 182. 29.341 SII.T-. Clurloii.- E. — 381 Sllrrs. M.l.drllE. — 341 Seller , Bodrri M.— 341 S-ll.-r-.Th.-r.-sa A. -341 Sellers. William R. — 341 Soils. R rill. -381 Srnn. Br.-n.la A— 202. 381 S-nn. RrldaC. — 341 Sonlorfill. Kav J— 381 Sessions. Anila 0. — 381 S-vvanl. Bodrrla 1—382 S-vv.-ll.Davi.il.. -341 S-vv.-ll. Drdorad. W. — 341 S-vln... Shorn L. — 196.382 Svmnur.Timntliv P. — 382 aia.uihan.Jovr.-M. — 382 Sharpl.-ss. Eli ahelh-198.382 Sl.aull.Crrporv W. — 184.382 Shavv.NormaJ. — 382 Shrdd. James S. — 382 Sdrchan, Jan — 382 Sh.-ffi.-bl. Drdorad A. — 382 Sheffield. Jeffre) N. — 341 Sh.-ll.-v. Kan-n J. — 382 Sdrli.m. h-nnifoi -E. -382 Sdrplar.AlirrW. -341 Shrrlin. Charles G.— 341 Sdrrrrr. Ri.-har.l-on - 382 Sdrrr.ll. Donna 1.. — 204. 341 Shilling. Davi l A. — 66.111.192.341 Sllipman, G.-orpr A. — 342 Shi. man. Martha A. — 105.382 Sllipman. Mar. I). — 342 Shipman. Reln ' -ei -., R. - 382 Sliip|H-v.C iir-382 Slnrali. krild E. - :l«2 Shirb-v.Timolhv W. -382 Sliom.ui. Susan E. — 225. 382 Shook. Willis A. Jr. 3 42 Sliorr.Jain.-s -233.382 Shon-s. William A.- 382 Shamir. Dole S.— 182.382 Sdulsrn. Mrl.ssa .1. - 105. 3 42 Slum. MvraS. — 342 Sigmon, kar.n A. — 382 Sik.-s.RolM-rlS.Jr. — 382 Sikra. Virginia C — 382 Sildrr. Rii dar.l P. - 382 Siler. Jeff— 382 Siliuan. D aL— 382 Simmons. Dav id H. — 342 Siinmnns. Diana L. — 382 Simmons. ErvinW. — 382 S on-. Jar.p.i-llaT. - 342 Simmons. ka E. - 342 Sun. -. Brdrrra L. — 2(44 Simmons. Susan A. —382 Simon, Karon - 382 Simpson. ThormaF. — 382 Man I.— 105.382 Sun-. Palriria E. - 382 Sims. Thomas R.- 382 Sims. William R. — 382 Singb-lon. Amelia B — 382 Singh-Ion. Connie II — 382 Singb-v. Lisa — 204 Sislrunk.KaOivJ.-170.206.382 Siosirom.Gr.-l.-h.-nM. — 196.382 Sk.-.-n.AnlhomH.-382 Skinnrr. Marvin F. -342 Skipper. E G. Jr. -180. 382 Slairr.Doupl.i-D. -194.382 Slalrr.Kosrl.-382 Sn,.-ls,T.I)av,.IR. -233.342 Smith. Anu-liaK. — 342 Smith. Arthur E. Ill -382 Smith. Craig R. — 194.382 Smith. David — 233.382 Smith. Drdnai ■ E. — 342 Smith. HarrvL. — 178.382 Smith. Hiavvalha — 342 Smith. Ja.-qu.-lim- — 382 Smith. JamraL. Jr. — 342 Smith. JamraR.— 194 Smith. Jninih-rR. — 382 Smith. Joanm-B.- 382 Smilh.Jos.-phM. — 382 Smith, kan-n A. — 382 Smilh.Kall.rvnP. — 382 Sm.ib. Kaihv I.. -382 Smith.Krnm-lhJ.-188.382 Smith. Krusi-C. — 184 Smith. U-vvisB. — 342 Smith. LillirL — 382 Smith. Linda K. — 382 Smith. Lurn-ria- 202. 242. 382 Smith. Man- D. — 178.382 Smith, Mark U. - 184 Smith. Martin L. — 171. 188 Smith. Nanrllr — 383 Smith, Palriria —383 Smith. Rol»-rt W. — 383 Smith. Sharon B. — 342 Sin.lh. Spurpron C. — 383 Smith. Svlv.-sl.-r — 383 Smith. SvlviaW.— 342 Smith. Tamara E. — 70. 383 Smild.TrrrvA.-3a3 Smith. Vi.ki — 383 Smith. Waller .1.-383 Smith. Wanda-L.- 105. 383 Smith. Wilma J. — 200.342 Smiths..... Mar) J. — 342 Smoke. Charles E. Jr. -86. 383 Snead. Urn D. — 342 Snrnl. Manila M. — 383 Snrrd. Susan — 383 Sn.-.-d. Td.l.na -383 Snrll. Marir P. - 383 Snrllprovr. Barbara — 383 Sn.prs.Caldv I). - 331 Snod.lv. William E.— 342 Snnwilrn. lain.- W.J r. — 383 Snowdi-n, Urn D. - 383 Snv.br. Carolvn A. -226. 342 Solomon. Jero.no- WO. 383 Sonanstinr. Sharon E. — 333 Sonnrn.laiuraP.-242.342 Sosrbi-c.Timolh) E. - 383 Sou.lrrs.Jam.-sG. -383 Sou.hall.Ca.rmrl J. -196.342 Soa.br. Mirll.irlW- 178.342 ipan.i.G.-o(fn-vN.-27.70194.342 S, aim. RU-hardD. — 194.383 Sparks.Drrv.G.— 184.383 Sprar. Anna D. -383 SJK-ars.Jam.-sE.- 96. 383 s,:,,:;. Urn D- 25. 190. 232. 342 Spirr. Wallrr E. — 383 Spiliolis. PaulG. — 383 S,ivak.Lralir A. — 204.383 Spivrv.Charb-l. Jr. -383 Spivrv.krnnrtl.M.-229.233 Spiv rv. Bodrri 0. — 383 Spiv.-v. William M.- 229 Sj irr. Kim G. - 204. 229. 232. 383 Sport. Eb abrib k. -333 Spraguo. Linda G. — 172.383 Sprapur.Trr.il.. -70. 198.333 Spn..kb-.Sh.-rri I.. -342 Simrlin. Ernral M. — 342 S, laun-ni. la.uis R. - 384 Slal.br. John D. — 383 Stablrr Rirhard M. — 194.383 Stagnrr. Paul F. - 186. 383 Slallvvorlh. Camilla- 333 Stanford. BrrmlaS. — 383 Slanfanl. Dal) II. Jr. -383 Stanlrv.Jam.-sE.-178.383 SianU-v.RolKTi A. - 331 Stanlrv.WilmrrA. - 383 Slanlo ' n.Shirlrv E. — 383 Staples. John F. - 223. 331 Stanl.uk. Bernard J.— 96.383 Stark. John B.- 171.194.242.331 Starkir. Ellis E. Jr.— 188.342 Slarkir.Roli.-rlW. -188 Slarll. Kevin T. - 134.331 Sir, Ir. All.. -333 Slerlr. Daniel C — 383 Sleinluuer. (ainsianee 383 Sii-inlnui-r.J i F. — 28. 233. 342 Slrpdrns.Julink. 383 Si.pd.n-. Pamela F. - 334 Stephens. TamraS. -383 Stevens. Slaev M. - 178.342 Sleverson.Kenniel.. — 384 Stewart. Bn-ndaE.— 229.384 Slrvvart.Calh) 1.. -331 Sl.warl. Drdorad A. — 3 42 Stewart. Drdorad J.— 383 Stewart, Drdorad k. — 383 Sl.warl. Dwaine I.. -312 Slr« art. Gloria S. — 381 Smart. JrffrnW. -381 Smart. Lisa V-381 l. ».irl. Martin I — 381 S, »an. Palli A. — 342 Smart. PrgR I. — 381 Smart. Rirkv 1-381 Smart. Sail) V — 384 Sidnirk. David M.— 182.381 Sill. Man 1. - 381 Sin .SaraG. — 342 S.»k Hi. hard E. — 194.381 Si..l(.. M.ir. .. -384 Son.-.TaimY — 384 Sonrrook.O. Dian — 384 Sowl r. . Jam.- K. — 384 Small. Gl.ii.lal. -342 Small. SlrvrL — 194.384 Slowrrs. Kari laiu — 105.381 »rai«hn.ar rnR.— 188.342 Smf.Chri»lo|inrr — 384 Srh-klanil. Curtis I. — 384 Snrklan.l.Cngk.— 384 Sri. kland. Randall — 384 Slri. kland. Susan D. — KM. 381 Slriugrr. Eli al.-ih — 200. .342 Sriiigfrlhw. Thomas — 184.381 Suart. Dav.ii W. — 342 Suart. Edward I) . — 381 Sulildrfirld. Sroll — 178.384 Suhhs. F.llaM. — 384 Sumpr. Susan A. — 203. 232. 384 Sillivan. Ch.nl A.— 384 Sullivan. Doroih) 11—342 Sullivan. John M. —381 Sullivan. John S. —312 Sillivan. Lvdia J. — 384 Sullivan. Mark — 384 Sillivan. Mi.-ha.-IW. — 384 Sillivan. Hi.lv — 111.384 Sillivan. Samlra A. — 342 Simmrrlin. N.U.in I.. — 111.230.384 Snmmrrv illr. Susan W . — 384 Sininrr. J31 k S. — 342 S.innrr. Ri. hard F. — 384 Slirn ' inv.T.mv E, — 381 Sulhrrland. Davi.l — 66. 111.233.384 Siillrv. Martin I) - 381 Sulllr.Trd.lv A —86.381 Siii.m. K.-...1.1I. M — 381 Sullon. Pain, k I). — 384 Swain. V. I — 384 Swain. M.-lvinJ. — 342 Swain, MrlvinS. — 384 Swanson. Charl™ M. — 1 16. 384 S»anv. Dran W — 186. 384 Svvr.-n.-v.Juli.-C— 384 Sv.rrnrv.Tiin.ilhv E. — 384 Svviml.ll. Gar) k. — 381 Sv.in.ll,-. DrhraM. — 384 S» mill.-. John T. — 186.384 Swindle Mar) R — 342 Swurtk Ra) m.iii.l S. — 223. 384 Svlvia.J.ihnVI — 192.244.384 Sv ...... Edith D. — 342 Tal.l..Jjn.-0- — 384 Tahh.Ti.unusR.Jr.— 384 Tall.-v. K.-.iii.ih W — 188. 342 Tarn-.-lt. JolniUM- B. — 342 TanU-n;. Vl.l.n.laS. — 384 Tann.-r.Ch.TV I A.— 243.384 Tapper. Connir A.— 384 Tarditr. Eugenia C — 23. 342 Tan.-r. Brvrrlv D. — 384 Tarvrr.Es-i.-M.— 384 Tarv.-r. laim-mr — 118 Tatr.Jar lin. B. — 385 Talr. Prggv A— 385 Tal.mi. Dora M. — 172. 1% Tallin. Trrrsa L — 385 Taiom. William M.— 186.385 Tatum. PalruiaP. — 385 Tavl.ir.Andr.-aR.— 385 Tavl.ir.Charl.-sO. — 385 Tavlor. Dian.P — 385 Ta)lnr.Jiinmj W. — 180.342 Tavl.ir. Katharine E. — 204. 385 Tavl.ir. Lisa A. — 342 Tj Inr. Marlvn — 385 Tavh.r.MrlissaF. — 385 Tavl.ir. Mrl.milir — 342 Tavl.ir. Muni. -a I. —198.385 Tavlor. Nan. v —225.229.342 Tavl.ir. Ri. hard F. — 342 Tavh.r. Ronald R. — 385 Tav lor. Sharon D. — 385 Tavl.ir. Shrlhv Y. — 385 Tav lor. Virtoria t. — 385 Teal, Donna R. — 342 Teal. J.-an— 385 Trd.lrr. Alan R. — 385 Teddrr. Ginger K — 198.385 T.-.I.I.T. Ronald K— 385 T. .1. 1,-1. r W . — 87. 342 Trggr.Davi.IN.— 342 Trr.-Airvvi. . John — 385 Trrrrll.CvnllnaM. -385 T.-rn-ll. Steien K. --385 Trskr. Casi-) (—385 Ttiain.-. Jain. - M. — 385 Tlirrinl. Mora. . R. — 186. 385 Thig|»u.ClirisiiH.— 342 TIiihih .1. Iv.v I). — 342 Thomas. Apulia B — .385 Thomas. Betlv J. — 385 Thomas. CarrirE. — 385 Thoiiias.tarmllM. — 385 Tl..iinas.Calh)r A. — 37.385 TIi.iiii.i-. Dani l.. — 385 Tli.mi.i-. Ellvu I.. — 101.383 Tl as. Hugh B. — 385 Thomas. J..-IF.— 186.385 Thomas. Jun-lha — 342 Thomas. Kan-n J - 185 Thomas. Kan-n L —385 Tlioma-. larrv D. — 385 Thomas. Nan. v E. - 385 Thomas. Nam-i M.— 226.385 Tlioma-. Dllir A. — 343 Th.iina-. Rrl.rr.al.. -385 Thomas. Rirkv E. — 385 Thorn n.EI«abrlh — 343 Thompson l-aa. C — 184. 385 Tliompson. Jan,.-- W - 385 Thon,|....n. Martha A. — 343 Thomspon. Martha F, — 226 Thompson. Roh. Tl 1.. — 385 Thompson. R.ds-na A. — 383 Th..,n|.-oii. Trrri J. -206.385 Thornlon. Alfonso E. - 385 Thornl..ii..l " hnM.— 385 Tlu.nilon.JosrphR.— 190 Tliorn Rani.ina A. — 383 Thornlon. Thomas D. — 385 Tliwrall. Cassandra D. — 385 Tidw.-ll. D.-hhirL. — 196.385 Tirrnrv.Rirhar.IL. — 385 Till. M.-rriK. — 385 Till. William M. — 343 Tillrrv. Susan A. — 385 Tillman. Janirr — 385 Tim-. F.rnrsl M. — 385 Tinklrr.Ja.kll III — 116.385 Tol.-.. Diann — 385 Tompkins. Jam.- I.. — 386 Tompkins. PhvllisL — 25. 343 Tool.-.J.rrv I. — 178.343 Tovv.JranM . — 386 Tow.TV.Pam.-laK. — 386 Tovvl.-s. Anlhonv K. — 386 Towns. MarvaE. — 386 Trammi II. Nanrvr — 230. 386 Tramin. II. Rosalvn E. — 232. 386 Trav.uk. Jrrrv L — 386 Tr.-adv.av. Chart.- R— 343 Trrnl. Timolhv R. — 386 Trollrr. Ros, Ivor L. — 386 Tni.1,11. H.lrn A. — 232. 233. 386 Tsinpil.s. Chris — 386 Tinker. J.ulv B. — 386 To. krr. Ronuir C. — 386 Turk.-r. Sal.rina — 204. 386 Turkrr. Timolhj E. — 69. 87. 386 Tn. krr. Ton. a J. — 386 Tulhs. William V— 386 TurlKTvillr. Hrnrv D. — 186. .386 TurU-rv ill.-. Thomas — 343 Turn.T. BrnjaminH. — 343 Turin-r. F.M j1..-iIi A— 386 Tiirnrr.Jaiirll..-386 Tumor. J.-an A. — 343 Turn.T. Jo Ann — 1%. 343 Tiirnrr.Judv A. — 386 Turn.T. Lrona A. 386 Turn.T Rod.-ll D. — 69. 111. 343 Turn.T. Wrndrll N. — 386 Tvlrr.Kav L — 386 Tvlrr. Mark A. — 180.343 Tvlrr. Thomas C. — 386 Tvnrr. Marjori.l. — 386 Tvnrr. Marsha E. — 343 Tmi. . Harold D. — 182. 386 Tvsou. C. — 386 Ul.li.-ns, Bru. .- E. — 386 lill.ri. hi. Frr.lrri. k — 343 Umkrwood.GrorgrW. — 386 Union. Ch-nnir — 343 L II, r. Frr.lrri. kS.— 386 Val.l.-s. Prl.r A. — 386 Vardaru. William A. — 343 Varilo. Jrllrrv C — 1 16. 1 19. 343 Varnrr. L.-.UI K. — 190. 343 Vassrr. Urrv D. — 190. 343 Va«|.ir . Mi.lia.-I R. — 386 Vralr.-ss.AnnB. — 386 Vrrp-son. M.-I.Mlvr C. — 28. 204. 230. 343 Vi.-k.0.lavial 386 Vi.-krrs.Charl.-s A.— 186.386 Vinson. Tommv L.Jr. — 386 Vuuivi. h.Wavn.-F. — 386 Vlaiirr. Mirha.-IVl.— 386 Wailrrs. rr.laM. — 230.386 Walls. William M.— 386 Walk.-r. Chart.- E. — 182.343 Walkrr. Charli- W. — 184. 386 Walk.-r. Connir T. — 241. 343 Walkrr. Gavh- A. — 196.386 Walk.r. Glrn.la — 386 Walkrr. Jnhro — 386 Walk. T.J.. ami— 386 Walkrr. Karrn I.. —386 Walkrr. K.-nH. — 386 Walkrr. Nan. v 1—386 Walkrr. Sulliv an — 86.386 Walkrr. Thomas R . — .386 Wall, kaihv A. — 206. 343 Wall. Marion C — 204.343 Walla.r.Cl.vnn— 386 Walla, r. J.-an 386 Walla. . ' Wanda J. — 170. 206. 386 Waller. Drl.ra A. — 386 Wallrr.Ja. k A. — 343 Walh-r. Linda Y. — 343 Wall-, nlhonv W. -313 Walsh. William R — 386 Wahrrs. Donna E. — 226. 313 Wall.-rs. Marv Ann— 386 Ward. Anirllrr — 242. 343 Ward. Drl.ra J. — 386 Ward. Earl V. — .386 Wanl.Cwrn,l,.lvnF - 202.212.387 Wanl.Janir. VI JH Wanl.Kalhrv.nS - 3L! Ward. I, -In K 187 War.l.M,. Ii.i. I K l ' X). 387 Wanl.Mi.-h.-lr-— 198.387 Ward. Ran. lalll - 186.343 Ward. S. ii|a I) —313 Ward. Trrri I. -.387 War.lrn. Hi. hard V. — 100 Wanlrn. Ropr N. — 1(K). 387 Warr. Brarllr S — 387 Warn ii. iinn J 387 Warrr.rF.ll.rlM. —230 Warn-n. Sharon — 343 Warn. k. Paula I). — 387 Wa-.l.-n. Harold B. — 192 Wa-liinnlon. larrv L. — 387 Washingion. Man A. — 387 Walrr-. Jrrrv W. — 243 Wal.T-. Ju.lilh — 387 Walrr.. Marion L. — 387 Walrrs. RrhrrraS. — 387 WallonLSiiAinnrR.— 387 Watson, (imrail — 387 Walson. Drl.l.irL. — 387 Watson. Donald E. Jr. — 387 Watson. Can E. — 343 Walson. Jovr.-L. — 343 Watson. Mi.lia.-IS. — 100.343 Wal-oo. Raviiu.nT. — 387 Wal-oll. Rrjirrra K. — 343 Walson. Sandra J. — 387 Wall.-rs. i ii.itr.ll — 200. 243. 387 Wan-. RoImtI I. Jr. — 194. 223. 387 W.arv. AnnirL. — 387 Wrarv. Krr. I— 87.387 W ralhrrlonl. Trrrv A. — 233. 387 Wralh.-ruiun. Darrrll — 387 Wrl.li. Connir A. — 343 Wrhb. Craig K. — 194.387 W.-hh.Ohv.-rS. Ill — 387 W.-Int. Ih-nnisE. — 387 Wrhsirr. Virki D. — 387 Wrr.l. Krnn.ll, M. — 387 W.rks. larrv D. — 343 Wr.l.MarkE. — 387 W.-l. h. Mikr — 387 W.Ik. Ron Carl— 387 W.lls. a„, .- K. — 171. 194. 223. 387 W. -on. David E. — 387 Wesson. Rohm F. — 387 W.-I.krnnv W. — 100.387 W, -i. larrv R— 313 W,-i.hsaF. — 206.387 W. -I. Sharon I. — 226.343 Wrsl.Siiz.-ltr — 387 Wr-l.WilliainB. — 387 Wr-ion. Gail J. — 387 Whallrv. Emma R. — 387 Whallrvjiunila — 387 Wll.rlrr. Nan. V J. —232.387 WI.rrlrr.Ronai.il.. — 188.343 WliiBliam.Cr.-iiE. — 184 Wliilakrr.Jani.-s I. — 313 Whuakrr. Mar.hrlla — 196.387 Wliilr. Barium I.. —387 Whit.-. B. in. S — 198.387 Wliilr. Donald L Jr. — 387 W loir. Grrp.rv M. — 387 Wliilr. Gr.-p.rv S. — 191. 387 Wliilr. Kiurrlv K. — 387 Whiir. NorvuL. — 387 Whin-. Pam.-lal.. — 343 Wliilr. Pain. ,al.. — 387 Wliilr. Paul K. — 233.387 Whur. Ri.kv L— 343 Whilr. Sandra J. — 343 Whn. n. Mark A. — 387 Whil.ii. r. Thomas A — 66. 1 1 1. 387 Wlin.n.T.Tiinoiliv D. — 387 Wl.ilnrv.Palri.kF — 182.387 Wlolluirlon.Jain.-M. — 387 Whiiiuution. P, w . S— 388 Wigcjns. Grailv H. —343 Wiwtins. J.-rrv G. — .343 Wiginlon. Driim L. — 388 Wiglri.Davi.IJ.nl— 388 Wiglrv.bila A— 388 W.I.I.-. Brrn.laC— 313 Wilrv.C.hrrvlR. — 388 W illunl. Jam.- E. — 181. 388 W ilk. r-.ill. Drmr, ia R. — 233. 343 W ilk.T-on. Ola M. — 343 Wilk.T-un. ParilaS — 388 W ilk.-. Earn, A. — 343 W,lk.-. RnaD — 388 Wilkinson. Fran, i- T — 184. 223. 388 Wilkinson. Glran A. — 188 Wilk-. Hi.kv F — 388 W.ll.-ii. Douglas S. — 388 William-. An.lrrvv M. — 343 Wilhanis. B.-IIJJIIU11 B. — 178. 388 William-. Rrv.-rlvn J. — 388 William-. Bol.l.irC — 388 Williams. Clifton J. — 343 Williams. Cunis — 230.388 Williams. Davi.l W. — 343 Williams. David W.—. 388 William-. Eva J —388 Williams. Frr.l.ln. k— 190.388 William.. Harold E.— 87.388 Williams. II, tii. ilia I). — 388 Williams. JanifrrY. — 343 Williams. J.-ff.-rv J. —233.388 William.. JrrnC.— 194.313 Williams. Jn.IL— 184.225 Williams. J.N-IW. — 24. 171.223.343 William.. John B. — 313 William.. Join, P. — 388 Williams. Kimhrrlv A — 204. 388 Williams. Lillir R. — 388 Williams. Mirha.-I— 86. 116.343 William.. Ml. Iiarll). — 388 Williams. Palriria . — :18R Williams, R.Si.-phrn — 388 William.. H..I..TI M .388 Williams. Ronald C. — 388 Will,.,,,,-. Shan,,, — 388 Williain-.Sirphri, R— 388 William-. Trr. I.. — 388 William.. Tvnuir— 389 Wilha Vrr.hs M — 242. 341 William . Vivian C —344 Will.an -. W.iidv D. — 38 Willijiii-.m.C.rvsljl— 389 Williamson. Douglas — 344 Williamson. Du-lv B — 184.389 Williamson. F.v.-lvnK.— 389 Williamson. JamrsH.— 180.389 Williamson. Mar, K. -389 Williamsoo. RilaF. — 389 Willi-. Cirulv n— 389 Willis. Dalr J. — 389 Willi-. l.h.v.lT. — 229.344 Willis. Marilin — 389 Willis. Phillip W. — 389 Willis. Simon I..— 190.314 Willis. Wanda i —229.389 Willis. Will.uniM.— 389 Wdson. Brlnida F. — 389 Wilson. CurtrrE. — 233.389 Wilson. Cndv J— 105.389 Wilson. IVI.Iii.-S. —389 Wdson. Drbra A. — 389 Wilson. Donna 1.-389 Wilson. Eli al.rlhS — 206. 31-1 Wilson. JamrsR. — 344 Wilson. JohnS. — 344 W,l-.,n.J,.-rphP — 389 Wdson. Juli. A— 389 Wdson. kallirrin, J. — 341 W.I kalhlrrn — 389 W.I k.vinD. — 389 Wil.on. Martha A.— 389 Wilson. Mart I.. — 389 Wdson. P.-ggv L. — 2(M. 232. 389 Wilson. Pris.illjR. — 344 Wilson. Trr.-ak— 389 Wilson. Trrri I. — 389 Wilson. Thomas k. — 389 Wilson. Wanda C — 389 Wind.-s. Judith A. — 344 Windham. Bn-mla G. — 344 Windsor. Agatha S. — 230. 389 Windsor. Frlix C. — 188.344 Windsor. Halls-n I.. —230.389 Wing. Tannv E. — 389 Wingalr. J.-rrv J. — 389 Wi.r. Bru, .- 1.. — 389 Wis,-. Lisa A. — 314 Wisham. Chri-lophrr — 23. 344 Wilh.Ts.Garv M — 389 Wllhrrs. kalil.-nnr R — 389 Will. Dan I C. — 389 Wiltnrr. Wanda F. — 173.204. 389 Wnmlmll. Bn-nlE. — 389 Wood. Dalr E. — 92. 93 Wood. Doroihv M — 201.389 W.hhI.GwvuiiM. — 344 Woo.1. Janirr C — 236,344 W.h.I. Jrrrv M— 344 Wnod.Slrv.-llR.— 92.389 WiHHl.Til.h.ii M. — 344 W,„hIjII. H.-Ih-i , a F - 198. 226. 341 Woodani. D.l.omh L. — 389 Woodanl. Kalhj 1. — 344 W.HHllum. MarnaD. — 198.389 W Iliain. Sandra II — 389 W nia.u.SlarlaM. — 389 Woodmll. AnnrL. — 23.243.344 W.HHlrull.J.iin.-D . — 389 Wo.«|s.JarvisN — 389 Worlhiugl.m. D.-I,..ra — 344 Wnglil. Chart- R. — 389 Wnghl. D.-lHirrahS. — 389 Wrighl. Eilvvanl I, III — 111. 192.389 Wriglil.Janrl D — 196.389 Wnghl. MarilvnS.- 212.389 Wrigln. Nalali.-J. - 389 Wnghl. RigmaldM— 389 Wright. TamimC. — 389 Wnghl. William E. — .389 Wuri . Urn T. — 233.389 Wurl . lawrri.rrl). — 389 Wvall. Brrn.laC— 243. 341 Wv.kuff. MarkS. -389 Wviiii. Bartura S. - 389 W vim. Rosrniarv — 390 W vnn. Sii.B. — 344 i Ya.u-.-v. Eli ah. -ill A— 390 Yaii.rv.Ruih— 196 Yam. -v.Willia.il R — 86. 390 Yarhri.ugh. Don C. — 390 Yarl.roiigh. Man F, — 390 Yarhroiigli. Rln-jR. — 390 Yrargan. Chart.- E. — 390 York. Dark nL. — 390 York. Jainr, S. — 100. 314 lork.SaraN —390 Yoiimans. Lrirrrllr C. — 341 Yuunuiis. Nan, v C —390 Young.Jninif.-rL. — 390 Young. I. Wall — 3H Young. Hol.-ri [.. — 188.390 Youiighlnod. Anna M. — 390 Yoiingl.l.HHl. Clifton — 390 YuungldiMul. Douglas— 192.390 Youngl.l.HHl. Ronald E — 390 Yoiingl.l I. Susan E. - 226. 345 . Zarhrv, D.-iiis, k. — 315 Zirlur. William G. — 390 Ziglar. Brllv J. —390 2mm.rmaii.Jov A. — 390 Zvlka.Su aniirM— 390 4)1 I it B the time that you see this hook, another one will he in its planning stages. This past year has heen a great experience for me, knowing that the finished product that I started out to complete will yet, tell another year in the history of Troy State University. This past year has heen one of many ups and downs for the PALLADIUM Staff. Not knowing whether or nor something that we: thought would look good on paper, would look good to the student body. We have planned and completed this hook, hoping that we have truly covered a ear in Troy Slate history. We also hope that we have not left something out of this hook, thai was important to you. If so, please accept our apologies. This year ' s staff tried to do things a little different, than in the years past. We added a new section, in hopes that it would tell everyone that Troy Stale is one of the fastest growing Uni- versities in the South. If you sit hack and really look at the hook, you should notice that we have let the pictures tell the story of this year at Troy State. It look many people to get this hook to you, and I personally would like to thank them. Mr. Sieve Neshiam of Lori Studios, for his work on the Class and Greek pictures. To our staff artist Harry Hammond, who did an outstanding job on the cover and division pages. I would ■also like to lhank one of the best photographers that has ever worked on the PALLADIUM .staff, Henry Roddam. And of course special thanks goes out to my two Associate Editors, Susan Summerville and 1978 Editor, Jennifer Harbuck. Other staff members who did an excellent job in their work; Ann. Barb, Dale, Peggy. Brenda, Thanks. Special thanks must go out to my advisor, Jacqueline Smith who really put up with me when I would come to her, to make a change in the book. I would also like to thank. Dean Gibson and President Adams for their efforts and success in making Troy State what it is. This last year has been a real experience to me, I have learned a great deal more about Troy, than most students do. I want to wish good luck to next year ' s staff, because I know they are going to need it, cause I found out you need a lot of it, to do this jot).


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