Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

 - Class of 1978

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rf li, .J ,.f O 5 o-db Y' v, ' '21, v .. "V, ' u I 8 APACHE contents TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE TYLER, TEXAS tri. ,....--'Q 'gy "XV Administration ..... Academic Faculty . . Advertising ....... Alpha Delta Sigma . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . Apache Band ..... Apache Belles ...... Art Club .........., Baptist Student Union .. .... Baseball ............ Bateman Hall ........ Board of Trustees ....... . , Campus Christian Center Cheerleaders .......... .... Claridge Hall .... Delta Upsilon ..... Dental Assistants . . . Dental Hygiene .... Drafting Club ... Epsilon Delta Pi ....... .. Fashion Merchandising . . . .. Football ............. .... Freshman Class ............ Harmony and Understanding . . . . . . . Holley Hall .................. .... Home Economics ............... .... Homecoming Queen and Nominees . . . . . , Inter-fraternity Council Kappa Kappa Psi ...... H.. Lambi Phi Nu ........ Las lVIascaras ...... Law Enforcement . . . lVlen's Basketball . . . lVlen's Dorms ........ lVlu Lambda Tau ...... Ophthalmic Dispensing . Phi Theta Kappa ...... Physical Education Club Pi Kappa Alpha ......... .... Presbyterian Bible Chair Recreation Leadership . Respiratory Therapy . . Rodeo Club ....... Sans Souci ........ Sigma Phi Epsilon... Singing Apaches . . . Sledge Hall ....... Sophomore Class . . . Staff ............ Student Senate .... Tau Beta Sigma ... Tau Kappa .......... Technology Faculty . .. Tennis . ........... . Texas Eastern School of Nursing . .. . . .. TJC Publications ..... Vaughn Hall ......... Wesley Methodist Center Women's Basketball . . . Yangs ........... Yearbook Staff .... 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Outdoor activities included heated intramural games, more leisurely sports like archery and of course, waiting in line to register. .,l'-Ag ,A :.gf'JZ,7H1,3'27.', " 516195 .Sf 1? A Q' 17sI1Lg"'4, gurl 'l'1HI5M 3 Open House Draws Visilors A late September open house displayed the latest additions to the college-Bonna Bess Vaughn Con- servatory, George W. Pirtle Technology Building No. 3 and A. F. Sledge Dormitory. An added bonus that pleased students, faculty and taxpayers was that all three were debt free the day they opened-and with no bond issue or increase in taxes. Financial contributors were Dr. Jim Vaughn and members of the Vaughn family, EI Freda and George Pirtle and lVlr. and Mrs. A. F. Sledge. -vin . .R 9 52. ' Wa: , .4 ' sa-ig 'V ' .1 'CPI' AL 'X y 1 . X st ,E wg ' xx T . I' 7 'JJ ,... ' ' LA' is 1 35 w ' W Y 'R 1 X lo ef' f' fm r if W. A ff J .fr ea, ,T E W 6 tw av G ' 'firm- 1-. ' ,lj A ll -Nr, A-.f 4.5- Q ff I"l' a'A I' , at N. , ' " g 'l:"'f,--1 "fy ' I, ,. N I. I jf- . ' . ' It II'-'4 j szggthw. si-2, 'WJ I i, ,Q l ,. , ' . -tk!! -19.-1"-41. .3 ' f- M: , Activities both on and off campus kept students-and admin- istrators and faculty-busy. President H. E. Jenkins Q01 a rose for his lapel from an Apache f +4 A 5- A -- . . . - 'X W A M if-MII?-vas--.. .34 "'Qf"'l?f'f'T3' ' Belle at a civic function. 2 , v -:is ' ix xrj'I,.""' fix , ' 'Mfr 4 15 5 V .g K "- Xi ' -'55, . . . .!'.L:!,'3 sf., - :e,35K'.i:::,-s.4x 'Qs .re 1 -- A - N 3'-1 -'- 5 'A xfgg A hayride was one rush activity i IIIIIIIII In II I , s up ,I . 5 IIIII-an I III If that helped freshman women make f If? 1 - s'kf "Jaffa-W.. . A1,If,4.,,I I,.':fIiT ,ff , I, 'I' 1' CN l iff- - ggI ,If -YF I" 'lg,.,,,j' .M--'37 ,JQY Q3 f i :Bm - i' vif'.ig:s, s.: -F13 t revue -ff 15 is I., at-1-ig"-11'-fa?-f5'+'f1g-Le. -ff if ' ends' ,,s 'F A-QS' - A 'fffifx-r's. 'ff f,-f,m1!'f'4- :f "'f5'wf"si' A less-than-perfect football . , .V 'M f"'S Q- .H -gr-L gush-1.1,--1, . .- a-. - '9 "- -..-- -r -V 'il qi 'ffgiijigi-JII. JEIIIL I 4 ' I ' ,X'?""'1-sl-3- fy :et-Lug.. I . AI III QI... 5 ' I Ugg, IG!! .. A f 4 ' I I ' 'III' I ' IIIINIIHDIS -is I 'wrap Ink I II . I I I -- , I season still drew TJC students f -- fm .-.M A-. ' " 'A ' ' " ' support from the stands. J , -Cl 4 if ,, Z., g -V .. 1 if E I ' L. ,Q ' nf l , Q I ' 'JY . A I . I A i 41 5 if Homecoming '77 honored the Apache Band and Apache Belles for their 30th anniversary. At the Alumni Association luncheon Athletic Director Floyd Wagstaff presented awards to former Belle Director Eva Saunders and former band director Vice President Edwin Fowler. Despite a premature burning of the bonfire, a rebuilt one blazed right on schedule. A float winner in the downtown parade was Campus Christian Center with its "love float." A Sigma Phi Epsilon representative got the plaque for their winning entry. Homecoming queen was sophomore Tammy Haden of Pasadena representing Alpha Tau Omega. ln a Belle style show, a modern Belle danced in the original Indian costume. . . t ,. '-', l l-X LI-,. '91, ff., - iff - A fart ' ng! I ,Ln-" 7 4 K , .tri if s ers JZ" pier T0 297' A A "', 170' gi! .f-J fl ,LI :'i A 4 i A: 'ag '-4 . ,YJ 3 gh 4 ji!! .. gg , S . ' . . Q ' 'Aj' ,v . 'J 4 l , lik? O W NF by A A it z ' i A H 4 'V if . A, .P ia R Er ., ' 2 3' 1' H ' ' r , . W f s...1M Xiu .. at .af wa- V. , .Rv -W ".3wi' sl 'sz Q35-,,12? . is "wil .-T 37,57 .. My V? -5-Ge Homecoming 30 Years Q, i t - ,ff Q: I n 4 . 'F' , -P, ' ff - lv, , .jlfglf I i . . if ' .1 A7-2, l H . ' 13. n' Z i 1 I g A. pf' 4 , -51 g 4 1' A Q tsl ii Z i Dt? his I xtf 1 G, If -- fe cw- ' ' is : e c ll ffm? +1 Aja 77 Recognizes of Band, Belles Y - ij e , ' v 1 V i . f z ku 7, K Q-me - z 1 1 ' . .- - 1 X l ',, ji 'jf' all 1, xr WH? n.an,...,.L-Q, x 0 X J rg, ref- Q .eg , N1 ' NN, , 'Q P'l g, I v N 'I a 3 5 'K 4 ,IIL e -Q W fNe'N N,-5 ff A x X I iv ,aw ,,l1l1l11ll1l.1llllll 'Wage I 1 I I I .. 1 'Lew Aj , A494 .., 'J s I' Q4 1" Q nv.-,-q 'T L - H, QEQ 'Q . . gg, M rf' wht '. nishiii 1 All's Fair for staff of '78 Apach yl , 3 sfxalhy Iv STKVO 1E bf L A fm sw '- 6 5.59 1-2 S Top Yearbook staff members make friends at the East Texas Fair. From left are CYNTHIA FIERRO of Big Spring, ALDEN CLANAHAN of Tyler and co-editor SHARON CRABTREE of Ben Wheeler. Bottom. Taking a vvhnrl on the midway are from left, SHARON lVlCNl.JTT of Winona, co-editor BRENDA HOOKER of Vllvnnsboro, photographer BRUCE JONES of Tyler, JON RLJSSEL GALBREATH of Ann Arbor, Mich., and LUCILLE OLIVER of Houston. lil if O if QW Staff members not prctured are photographers TONY NOAKES of Hawkms and GAYLE LYNN RUSSELL of Txler 'x Top: Hrtchmg a rrde on 3 trretruck are from left LUCILLE OLIVER of Houston, DONNA DUFFY of Tyler and JON RUSSELL GALBREATH of Arm Arbor, Mrclw. Bottom left. Co-edrtors SHARON CB-XBTREE of Barr Wheeler .amd BRENDA HOOKER ol Wrnnsboro sperwd tlrt1QWlIl1 tlwerr favorrte resrderwt of the East Texas Farr pe-ttrrfg :oc Bottom rrght Plwotograplwers GBEGG BURGER ofXVrr1HSDOrO,l0ft,3tWd BRUCE JONES of Tyler steer tlwerr way through the traffrc trelups rrw the krddra car rrde. ...spawv-vw 12- 1--ei "1 xl' Y V I ' u, . 5 'rin--, 34, 1 WK' -: ' fl - r . -94, '-f:,.. 5-rr .. Q..- , . 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Center: The Board around meeting table. From left are Earl Andrews, Dr. Patrick Thomas, Dr. Jim Vaughn, Dr. Eugene Allen, President Jack Flock, TJC President Dr. H. E. Jenkins, Secretary Ava Lea Gentry, First Vice President Dr. Edward Potter, Second Vice President Hubert Tunnell, A. D. Clark Jr., Harry Loftis. President JACK W. F LOCK Attorney First Vice President DR. EDWARD NI. POTTER Educator 14 Tyler Junior College 27335, Huggy! W- my- in-511 Second Vice President DR- EUGENE M- ALLEN HUBERT TUNNELL Dentist Merchant Board of Trustees Y i i N X E I i 1 f A I Q -.a. , EP-E' ' y 28+ 'K , U 1 Y ' at -iA, TW V, 4-, 4., A I .. ...A - A 37' L '+ 1 PQ EARL C. ANDREWS A. D.CLARK JR, HARRY LOFTIS Merchant Attornev Attorney DR. JIM M. VAUGHN Physician DR. PATRICK R. THOMAS Physician 1 3 A ,, xp! ,,. w,...l,, f.- O Q --me--' ' 3' f T 4 5 M 1 H? 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Pirtle Technology Building No. 3-brought the total campus buildings to 28. 0 Since its founding in 1926 the college has grown from cramped quarters at the old John Tyler High School to its present spread of 76 landscaped acres. 0 The college now offers more than 800 different courses and has an annual enrollment exceeding 10,000. Instrumental in this growth of TJC has been President Dr. H. E. Jenkins. He joined the college staff in 1934 as dean. Twelve years later he was named TJC's first independent presi- dent after Tyler voters approved a fl5500,000 bond to build TJC a separate campus. Under his direction, TJC moved to its present campus in 1948. Dr. Jenkins is not only recognized as one of the nation's top educators, but for his leadership in civic activities. His contributions to higher education were recognized when he was elected to Honorary Life Membership in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. "This honor is the highest recognition the Association can bestow and is reserved for the small number of men and women who have given extraordinary service to education in the South and leadership to regional accrediting." His dedication to higher education had been recognized earlier when he became the first junior college president elected to head the Southern Association. He is the only junior college president who has ever been elected president of the organization composed of educational institutions throughout the 11 Southern states. The 33rd degree Mason believes "the junior college to be the one institution of higher education than accommodates both youth and adults and touches the taxpayer's pocketbook the lightest." His participation in professional junior college organizations proves he puts his beliefs into action. He has been past president of the Texas Association of Colleges and Universities, Texas Junior College Athletic Conference, Texas Association of Public Junior Colleges and the Texas Association of Public and Private Junior Colleges. He has also been a member of the Board of Trustees of the American Association of Junior Colleges. Besides being president of the Southern Association, he has served on its Executive Committee, as chair- man ofthe Accrediting Committee and as a member of the Executive Council. On the national level he has been a member of the U. S. Advisory Committee of the U. S. Veterans Administration and a member of the U. S. Committee of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare on Student Scholarships, Aids and Assistance. Locally he has been the first potentate of Sharon Shrine Temple, past president of the Tyler Kiwanis Club and superintendent of Marvin Church Sunday School and chairman of the Board of Stewards. ax' -fr . 'X 1 34' Iv M Hisgvf as. -sa- 104 i r af? 'HY ' .. , X r I C V , xr W.. A... xf- fe. g fi 'U . mf- 'V jx 'il 18 Executive Vice President RICHARD H. BARRETT B. B. A., East Texas State University M. B. A., Texas A8tlVl University I 81.0863 WH EWS' Yee QPE,!'Lf1NTEf2 ,gi A Administrative Vice President DR. EDWIN E. FOVVLER B. A., Baylor University x , , 1. .-U .J-. ,xy -.f - -pf nf' 4-' ,, 1 I . IVI. Ed., East Texas State University L. L. D., Ambassador College I. ff' Vg nut' N 'bu n . v 4-V 1...- ..-- 1, , v . e, 'fx-'X w p A-V., Jr..-1 , .As Xxx.. Q . gf' ,W frxf. A 1 u'tv" -VV' ' , 5 .1 :, .XQV YU 1. '.'a"h' 3 ' -5, . yu ,u .. in w in . L N 14 ' '. 1.231 B if -I .,, A Q It . . 4-ll Ku! v' ,. , x,x - - . ' -'-,I i-,A "-. ffvfrtguxf, .-,'-v - ,, Q-, . . 4 r 1 . - . v 4 1 , F v., in ..,, -2-, ,-av, ' A, 41 --.w.X,3'u- --".'v, 'ln .. ' . 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'EEF' 'rw ky: z ,.1' W' Q, 25, r . ,A fi - t., ,A Wt Ya, ,j 'fr I . -to , ' r I E yy, ,Q 1, 3 -v f , Zwi ff' ', fe, lt. 'Q s 0+ 01. 2.1. ,V ' - ff . f" xx r " I ,t ,. .3 Q 1 0-T gt: gc .15 ' r"'- -J-'-f . ,. 5 4 .. I :..:-,-, 0 - --n . ,1- .,43. . , vv"".ll u n A 4' O 1 1 fl In if .4 E, ALBERT BAADE Director, Continuinq Erlucationg B. A., Baylor University JANE COMPTON BAKER Dormitory Director,VVest Hall FRANK BALDWIN Maintenance Superintendent MERRILL O. CANTRELL Computer Programmer, A. A., Tyler Junior Colleqe FRANCES FRIEDMAN Director, Hudnall Planetarium R. H. CLEMMONS Director, Financial Aid: B. S., Stephen F. Austin State University, M. Ed., Texas Eastern University ALFRED GILLIAM Dance Director for Apache Belles CHARLES HAYDEN Veteran's Advisorp B. S., M. S., East Texas State University ELMER HYDEN Technology, Assistant Director, B. A., Baylor University, M. A., Southwest Texas State MARY KEY Dormitory Director, Center Hall JERRY LEARD Assistant Academic Dean: B. M., Stephen F. Austin State Universityg M. Ed., University of Texas LEOTA MARTIN Assistant Veterans Counselorg B. S. Stephen F. Austin State University SERENA PR INCE Cafeteria Director ETHEL STOKES Dormitory Director, Vaughn Hall VIVIAN YOUNG Student Health Serviceg R. N., Asbury Hospital, University of Minnesota 25 1 LOUGENE WILSON Secretary to the President IVIAX ENE ROBINSON Administration Office CAROL CUCA Secretary, Office of the President f- PATSY LEWIS Assistant Bookkeeper ANN WHITE Secretary KATHEY BURNS B. A., TJC R EB ECCA WYATT Secretary IVIARY KATHLYN NEILL Assistant Registrarg B. A East Texas State Univer sity JOAN NORRIS Assistant to Registrar FAY RICHARDSON Assistant to Registrar JANE CLEIVIIVIONS Secretary BERNADINE HECKIVIANN Secretary to the Registrar JUDY CALDWELL Secretary to Registrar B A Kilgore Junior College, Stephen F. Austin University 24 Bookstore f-5 L.: Y' 17 1 X VIVIAN STORY Book Store Manager GLORIA GENTRY Assistant Book Store LORENE ARNOLD Snack Bar Technology Secretaries '1 Q!! I Secretaries Manager CHRISTINE BALDWIN Assistant to the Director DOROTHY LLOYD Secretary, Dental Hygiene MARY J. ROY Secretary, Powell Buildingg DIANE DAVIS - Secretary 1-""" Campus Police alf- I V ,Q .Me ,f ., fFff'5'f CHARLES F. CAMPBELL JOHNNY T. GALAC x OTTO D. HEWITT JR. X THOMAS GIORGIO .NIA A. B. A., TJC SUSAN BERRY Secretary to the Coun- selers BETTY ROBINSON Secretary, Counseling Office, Tyler Commer- cial College VETACURTIS Financial Aid Secre- tary, North County College KAREN RAINER Secretary Vaughn Li- braryg A. A., EI Camino College MOLLIE IVIOSLEY Vaughn Libraryg A. B. A.,TJC 25 IRYSTINE CALDWELL LILLIE FAYGILLIAM RUBY J. HENSON FANNIE LITTLEJOHN LOR ENE MOORE NINA M. PINK IVORY JO SCOTT ROSIE LEE WHITAKER li' TOM TOOKER Director, A. A., Tyler Junior Collegeg B. A., Wichita State University, M. Ed., Texas A8zM University A LAN BARN ES B. A., M. A., Texas A8iM University ROBERT CULLINS B. S., Northwestern State Universityg M. Ed., University of Louisiana VER NA MARTIN B. A., Texas Woman's University MICKEY LACEFIELD Technology B. A., M. A., Northwestern State University of Louisiana SHERON LACEFIELD B. Ed., M. Ed., Northwestern State University of Louis- :ana EUGENE B. LONG B. A.,Wiley Collegeg M. A., University of Michigan MARY PEODY B. S., Mississippi State College for Women, M. S., Mississippi State University WILLIAM L. THOMAS B. S., East Texas State University 26 1 I e Dining Hall Counseling 452' 'bf ..r ig 5 5 zu-f Arf CHARLES CAVANAUGH Austin State University JACOUELIN E ADAMS State University WYNOMA JOHNSON ANN D. MILLER CHARLINE WALLIS M . Behavioral Sciences Chairman, B. F. A., Louisiana College, M. A., North Texas State University: M. F. A., Stephen F. B. A., Centenary College, M. A., Stephen F. Austin B. A., M. A., Stephen F. Austin State University B. A., M. A., Stephen F. Austin State University B. A., M. A., Stephen F. Austin State University FELDER W. CU LLUM Chairman, B. S., University of Maryland, M. S., Ed. D., North Texas State University MARGUERITE HEWITT A. A., TJCg B. S., M. Ed., Ed. D., East Texas State University REBECCA LAUGHLIN B. S., M. Ed., Stephen F. Austin State University Behavioral Sciences SH ERRY MUNN B. A., M. S., East Texas State University LEO S. RUDD, SR. B. A., William Jewell College, M. Ed., East Texas State University LINDA WATKINS B. B. A., University of Texas at Arlington, M. S., East Texas State University JOY WATSON B. A., M. A., East Texas State University Bible Studies HARVEY O. BECKENDORF Methodist, A. A., Lon Morris College, B. S., Uni- versity ot Houston, M. Th., Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University '79- LARRY C. HEATH Church of Christ, B. A., Abilene Christian College DAVE W. MATTHEWS Presbyterian, B. A., Stephen F. Austin, Th. M., Dallas Theological Seminary , DALE G. ROBINSON ' Baptist, B. A., M. Div., Ph. D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Business Administration l LOUISE CLINKSCALES Chairman, B. B. A., Baylor University, M. B. A., East Texas State University CHARLES BENNETT B. S., Southeastern Oklahoma State University, M. S., Oklahoma State University EDWIN BROGDON A. A., TJC, B. B. A., M. B. A., East Texas State University DON GAISER B. A., University of Texas at Austin, M. B. A., Southern Methodist University GUS GORDAN B. A., University of Texas at Austin, M. S., Baylor University X RICHARD GUIOU B. S., S. S. C., Durant, Okla., M. S., East Texas State University 28 Business Administration 5 ' I if Q If' I . M. W. HIGGINS B. A., B. S., Southwestern State College: M. Erl., Ed. D., University of Oklahoma JOHN SALEH B. B. A., East Texas State University: M. B. A., North Texas State University EILEEN VANDERLEE B. A., Oklahoma State University: M. B. A., Uni- versity of Chicago . 4, Q . Jff f ...X L 'hf'Xf Q-V4 x! B!!! . 4-., 19'-, S .IY5-n P...- l53S ,Q o,,,1sf s f 'lf' 4-.2 ff'-.'af" '- a"-r' A . 1 L i MARY WALDROP Chairman, B. A., M. A., Austin College MARY ADAMS A. A., TJC: B. S., East Texas State University M. L. A., Southern Methodist University PAULA BUCK B. A., Texas A 8i I: M. A., Stephen F. Austin MARY BURTON B. A., M. A., Sam Houston University NAOMIE BYRUM B. A., M. A., Stephen F. Austin University JUDY CASWELL B. A., M. A., Stephen F. Austin University LINDA ELLIS B. A., M. A., East Texas State University SARAH HARRISON A. A., Kilgore College: B. A., M. A., East Texas State University CAROLYN HENDON B. A., University of Oklahoma: M. S., Illinois State University LORETTA HOLBROOK B. S., M. A., Stephen F. Austin University JOHN W. JOHNSTON B. A., Ouachita University: Th. M., Southwestern Seminary: M. A., Kansas State University LORETTA MCGEHEE B. A., Southern Methodist University: M. A., East Texas State University JAMES MURRAY B. A., Baylor University: M. A., University of Texas at Austin GLORIA PEGGRAIVI M. A., Stephen F. Austin University MARGARET STEIGMAN B. A., Arkansas College: M. A., Northeast Louis- iana University: Ed. D., East Texas State University KATIE H. STEWART B. S., Prairie View State College: M. A., Atlanta University 29 JUDY TURMAN B. A., M. A., University of Texas at Austin GLADYS M. WYLIE B. A., Rice University, M. A., Stephen F. Austin State University RADIANCE YOUNG B. S., Sam Houston State Universityg M. A., George Peabody College for Teachers JOHN HAYS Spanish, A. A., TJC5 B. A., Stephen F. Austin State University: M. A., University of Houston BRIDG ET MANN French, German, B. A., University of Houston: M. A., Stephen F. Austin State University En lish Foreign Language 3' . ,, ifv , 3:1535 iff Governmenfand Economics RAY BAGVVELL Chairman, B. A., Baylor, M. S., East Texas State University JAMES F. BARNES B. S., Mississippi College, M. A., University of Mississippi STEVE BUFEKET B. A., Austin Collegeg M. A., Austin College L. E. CATTEHSON B. S., Northwest Missourig M. Ph., University ofWisconsin DAVID HUDSON B. A., Stephen F. Austin State University, M. A., North Texas State University JAMES N. LEWIS B. A., M. A., North Texas State University ll Government and Economics DAVID LIGON B. S., Portland State University: IVI. A., Eastern New IVIexico University RHEY NOLAN B. S., IVI. P. A., North Texas State University ROBERT K. PETERS IVI. A., Stephen F. Austing B. A., Texas Christian University ROBERT W. GLOVER Chairman, B. S., IVI. A., Stephen F. Austin State Universityg Ph. D., North Texas State University R. NI. BALLARD JR. B. A., Culver-Stockton Collegeg IVI. S., Ph. D., East Texas State University LINDA CROSS B. S., IVI. A., Stephen F. Austin State University PETER E. JONES B. S., IVI. A., Tennessee Technological Universityg Ph. D., University of Oklahoma E. WAYNE KEITH B. A., IVI. A., Baylor University H. F. IVIILLS B. A., IVI. A., Rice University IVIARGIE NOEL B. A., Austin Collegeg NI. A., Tulane University STANLEY H. WATSON B. S., IVI. A., Stephen F. Austin State University JOHNNYE KENNEDY Assistant Librarian: B. A., University CLAR ICE IVIARTIN Assistant Librariang B. S. E., South Arkansas University JULIA B. WARREN Assistant Librarian: B. S., Wiley College, IVI. L. S., f North Carolina Central University Home Economics BLANCHE GIBSON B. A., University of Louisville, IVI. A., Columbia University CYNDYTINDEL A. A., TJC5 B. S., Abilene Christian University: IVI. S., Texas Tech University Journalism BLANCHE PREJEAN Chairman, B. A., Texas Wesleyan College, IVI. A., Stephen F. Austing Ph. D., University of Texas at Austin IVIARIANNE HARALSON TJC News Adviser, Apache Yearbook Adviser, B. S., North Texas State Universityg lVl. S., East Texas State University PAT P. LOGAN B. J., University of Texas at Austing IVI. A., East Texas State University X. 58' N QT"v I i, Librar EVELYN C. IVICIVIANUS Director of Library Resources, B. A., Southwestern University, IVI. L. S., East Texas State University SUE BETTS Librariang B. S., IVI. Ed., IVI. L. S., East Texas State University ivA JENKINS V I' Library Assistant , J A , ix bt' it 45-R ti-i sk- ay t .I 5 . 5 58-.N . 1 ,W ago. 4 E s IVI. L. S., Texas Woman's X i , , 1 ' I IVIARY JANE IVICNAIVIARA ' ' Library Assistant S2 I I I I I I V MARVIN P. DAVIS Chairman, B. S., Lamar University, IVI. A., Louis- iana State University IVIARIANN BAKER B. S., University of Houston, IVI. S., East Texas State University DAVID DEIVIIC B. A., Texas Techg NI. A., University of Texas at Austin ANNELLE F. FOWLER B. S., Baylor University, IVI. S., Ed. D., East Texas State University STEVE E. GREEN B. S., IVI. S., East Texas State University ELIZABETH LEE B. S., Northwestern Universityg IVI. A., East Texas State University JEFF MARTIN B. S. E., South Arkansas University, IVI. A., Univer- sity of Arkansas CHARLES IVIOORE B. S. E., University of Texas at Austin, IVI. S., Stephen F. Austin State University 55 JOY F. OLIVER A. A., TJCQ B. A., Texas Woman's University, M. A., Miami University DEBBIE PACE B. A., M. A., Ph. D., University of Texas at Arling- ton RONALD PATSCHKE B. S., M. A., Southwest Texas State: Ed. D., East Texas State University JOE TOM ROGERS B. S., University of Texas at Austin, M. S., East Texas State University, Ph. D., George Peabody College for Teachers ROBERT G. STRADER A. B., University of California at Los Angeles, M. S., Texas A8iM University JOHN R. WHEAT B. S., Stephen F. Austin University, M. S., Univer- sity of Mississippi RICHARD WHIPPLE B. S. E. E., M. S. E. E., University of Houston J. W. JOHNSON Chairman, B. M., M. M., North Texas State Univer- sity BRENDA JANE BAKER B. M. Ed., Texas Christian University SHELLEY BATT B. M. Ed., Kansas State University, M. M., Baylor University 51-lr Mathematics 3 li .S f g , .K GLADYS BEST B. M., NI. A., Stephen F. Austin University GEORGE MUELLER B. Ph., University of Chicago, B. M,, M. M., Ameri- can Conservatory of Music A . X X Music Music it Natural JACK C. SMITH B. M., Stephen F. Austin State University CLYDE VVOLFORD B. A., University of Pittsburg Sciences R +E- I M! 41' 7 -1 V I lr I 'Q ,hw 'C7""Y GEORGE STILES Chairman, B. S., Sam Houston State University, M. A., Colorado State College GENE BRANUM B. S., M. Ed., Stephen F. Austin State University JOHN M. BURKET B. A., M. S., Baylor University PATRICK COWAN A. S., TJC, B. S., Stephen F. Austin State Univer- sity GEORGE M. CUNNINGHAM B. A., Howard Payne University, M. S., West Texas State University JAMES H. HILL B. S., Lamar University, M. S., University of Arizona DENNIS E. MAYFIELD B. S., Texas A8tM University MARY EVELYN MILLER B. S., Texas Women's University WILLIE LEE PALMORE B. S., North Texas State University, M. S., East Texas State University JUDITH A. PARKS B. A., Houston Baptist University, M. S., Stephen F. Austin State University ADRIAN J. PEDDY B. S., Texas Tech, M. S., East Texas State Univer- sity MARSHA RIGBY B. S., M. A., Baylor University 55 TOM R. SIMMONS B. S., M. S., Mississippi State University JENETTE K. STEWART B. A., Austin College, Ph. D., University of Texas at Austin LARRY STRIPLING B. S., Louisiana Tech, M. S., Florida State Univer- sity JAMES D. WICKS B. A., M. A., Southwest Texas State University .II ,lf .W BILLY WAYNE ANDREWS Head Football Coach, B. A., Trinity University -g it FLETCHER GIBSON B. S., Southern Methodist University, M. A., Columbia University WAYNE H I LL Assistant Football Coach, B. S., M. Ed., Sam Houston University SANDY PRATER B. A., Texas Tech University NEVILLE SPIEFIS Assistant Football Coach, B. S., North Texas State W University AUDR EY WOODS B. S., Texas,Southern University, M. S., East Texas X - State University Natural Sciences W? 9 Ufpfx 'cl .7' P'- I 1 I Physical Education ,gm Leif A. -fun- f 4" f . Y I X ' , ' ff' i" I ' T ltlg Secretarial Sciences 4.3.3 B. J. STAPLES Chairman, B. S., IVI. S., East Texas State University JOHNNY ABBEY B. B. A., IVI. B. A., University of Texas PAMELA BROWN B. S., IVI. S., Northwestern State University A DOROTHY CREEKIVIORE A B. S., IVI. S., East Texas State University EIVIOGENE KING B. B. A., North Texas State University 'fall CINDY IVICKINLEY B. B. A., B. Ed., Pan American University JOANN RICHARDSON e B. B. A., University of Houston 'rj i J If Q Speech and Drama I JEAN Beovvive Chairman, B. A., IVIt. Hoiyoke, B. A., Carnegie- IVIelon, IVI. F. A., University of Texas, Ph. D., State University of Iowa LAWRENCE BIRDSONG B. A., Baylor University, IVI. A., East Texas State University DAVID W. CRAWFORD A. A., TJC, B. S., North Texas State University, NI. A., Stephen F. Austin State University IVI'LISS HINDIVIAN B. A., Texas Tech University, IVI. A., University of Houston JACOUE SHACKELFORD B. A., IVI. A., East Texas State University .1 CLARENCE STRICKLAND B. S., IVI. S., East Texas State University STEVE WESTSHAFER B. S., IVI. S., East Texas State University I I 57 JACK BETTS Chairman, B. S., lVl. Ed., East Texas State Univer- sity MICHAEL HITT B. S., Texas Eastern University E. C. KETCI-lUlVl B. B., Southeastern State College: IVI. Ed., East Texas State University Technology Division Air Conditioning CAROL T. ROBINSON A. A., Oklahoma State Tech University CHARLES WEST A. A., Oklahoma State Tech University IVIONTY L. NEWIVIAN B. S., lVl. Ed., East Texas State University RICHARD D. THEDFORD B. S., IVI. S., East Texas State University NANCY LYNN American Dental Association, Certified Dental Association F N g I . U .M li . Drafting l Dental Assisting El I Electron ,,1 . ,, f I -fe t L Dental Hygiene x PAMELA K.WOOD , Director, R. D. H., B. S., Texas Woman's Univer .. fi 0 979 sity ,. - ..u LOUISE MOSS X' A. S., Tyler Junior College ,Q 1 I LEE ANN TKACH I N W' 'A - ' A'ii"A' , PAMELA WAITES ,if is ' ix .1 . I i B. S., Baylor University College of Dentistry . ,'. ' -.. it.-X, ff It I. A 'lib eclronics CHARLES F. CUNNINGI-'IAM JERALD DEBENPORT B. S., East Texas University WALTER A. FULLER A. A.,TJC Q H .. ,..,. . - 9 ic Dafa Processin I LESLIE H. GRIFFIN Chairman, A. A., TJC5 B. S., Stephen F. Austin State University DARRELL BEARD B. S., Stephen F. Austin State University MILLARD T. HARKRIDER B. S., Texas Tech State University, M. S., Univer- sity of Tennessee MER LE SUE TROTTER B. S., East Texas State University LILLIAN B. PIPKIN A. B. A., TJCQ B. S., Texas Eastern University 39 R N Texas Eastern School of Nursing R N Katie Crum School of Nursing Vocational Nurse Mother Frances Hospital CHARLES A. SOWDERS B. S., Sul Ross State University HERIVIAN H. HUBBARD ROBERT BRUCE LANGHAIVI A. A., B. A., Sam Houston Stat BENNIE C. IVIIIVIS B. S., University of Texas at Arlington JOHN W. PRESLEY B. S., Texas Eastern University DENNIS PRICE Licensed Vocational Nursin ri Q NN Medical Laborafor Q . I, 41,-FP '-1' . Y if Y LYNDA GUNTER B. S., University of Te Texas State University LYNETTE HOBBS B. S., Baylor University .. i .VY . t A Mid-Mana emenf 5 fl xas at Austin, M. S., East JAMES W. CAMPBELL B. B. A., Baylor University ROBERT E. MEYER B. B. A., East Texas State University EUGENE L. MILLER B. B. A., Southern Methodist University IRA O. TITTLE B. B. A., M. B. A., Southern Methodist University NELL F. WARREN B. B. A., Sam Houston State University JAMES M. WILLBANKS Nursing Home Adminis tration LANELLE HART Registered Nurse E IRENE CAMP Associate Art and Associate in Applied Science in Radiologic Technology JOANN MARTIN lVlother Francis Hospital, School of Radiologic Technology IVIARCELLA FIODDY Shreveport Charity Hospital, Radiologic Tech- Recreation Leadership Ornamental Horticulture DALE E. GROOIVI Curator, Bonna Bess Vaughn Conservatory: B. S. Stephen F. Austin University Petroleum Tech HAROLD H. TRllVlBLE Petroleum Technology fi Real Estate BALSORAH LAMAR lVllLLER B. S., Mississippi State, Nl. F. A., lnstia tute Allende, University Nlexico CHARLES KEASLER B. A., North Texas State University FRED WORTH EN B. S., Stephen F. Austin University X 'j JANE IVIURPHY, R. N. Administrator: B. S. N., Texas Christian University: IVI. S., East Texas State University PAT TILLER, R. N. Assistant Administrator: B. S. N., Baylor Univer- sity: IVI. S., Texas Eastern University DOTTIE BUIE, R. N. B. S. N., University of Texas: IVI. L. A., Southern Methodist University ROBIN BURTON, R. N. B. S. N., Northwestern University EDITH CHILCOTE B. A., Southern Methodist University: IVI. S. L. S., East Texas State University CAROLYN EVANS, R. N. B. S, N., Texas Woman's University JERRI LYNN FAIRCLOTH, R. N. B. S. N., Texas Woman's University MARIE JACKSON, R. N. B. S. N., Baylor University: IVI, Ed., Texas Eastern University SHERRI KENNEDY, R. N. B. S. N., Northwestern University IVIICHELE IVIANTLE, R. N. B. S. N., Hunter College Bellevue School of Nursing LOUISE OLLER, R. N. Texas Eastern School of Nursing DEBRA PAYNE, R. N. B. S. N., N. E. Louisiana State: IVI. S. 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Q ?X s in 3, , :Inf ,, . 1 Pinhuifv v Sill gd? tilkfqagi Qu 'yi Ixbv 2' wr! K fggin' N x Mya iss, Of TU J.. IQ qua' ', :bw xi' x ssmm ,,, HQQN 'ESM F. ze-.!' A X if ' u'.V,' f Aff. it .V xifiam' ' ' ' gg, . Q L, . .. W-G' 'Ei fx, ifiifiu ' -F-5 W gg p , ' gm sk. . Q'!f'f'swm 331 W ?. Km, ' fl, , 'n 1 1. 4 ,lm C Q. ., 1. '17 '. ,' 5,1 ,Q I .irq .Q I 1254 '11.,3,i TH J 3 3 , H1 'RU Baptist Student Union This year the Baptist Student Union focused on tvvo vital personal journeys. lt emphasized the "Journey Inward" through Bible studies, vvorship programs and special emphasis which encouraged personal, private grovvth. It focused on the "Journey Outward" by means of its World Hunger Drive, its summer missions offerings and its enlistments activities to lead students to reach beyond themselves for service and involvement. Top left: The Baptist Student Union, Top right: Dr. Dale "C-reno" Robinson, BSU director, making an announcement about a special Christmas party. Center: Glynn Beaty, BSU Worship Chairman, introduces the program at a weekly Agape luncheon. Bottom: History of Judaism Bible Chair Class front from left Cynthia Fierro, llflelinrla Vlleakly, Brenda Tompkins and Di. Robinson. Second iovv liom left Craig Little, Mark lllluclfelioy, Gerald Carter, Brent Crmlemarl Jinrl Jerry Kersee, Back lx QVHI J Cl'v't'fiSltlW!l. lfd gil, V .f ,r- " F 9 K Quan Y X ' 41-?.f"' L ' 4 . 5 44 X, ,ff xi my . .gg ' " ' NVA 4? mix -ik' 5 .1, J it ., g- i in i?" A We U J as 'Qi Q, 4 s Sk if? In-yi,-. X 'ii ' '41 A - ' ' s w J , . 1 . A U' . Xi . ii " i 5 "K , ,A li 2 X.x 'X , ' Q5 " ,, ' T ' w XALX fggff 5 is . 1-Am L, ' 7 ' -' 'fi' -5. ,in -- I f - " W 1' 'VT,'f0 C Q 4 if ri f 1 gf' i' is 5 f" Q '? Lf sf .I " ' r A 1 'ff Q.. Y H K4 S' e .'T 7' 5, Q C' , . 1.7 1 f 'i N? 'R 5v,.. . 1 7 . I si P Top left: Kim Colley of Irving breaks her love loaf. Top right: Bob Jernigan of Tyler signs up to take a love loaf. Center left: Danny Pendergrass of Canton encourages his audience, Center right: John Purdue of Tyler breaks his love loaf, Bottom: Students vvait in line to break their love loaf. I-1:1711 Fil-I" ' I S-XIV? g -M f 1 Bsu i 1 i e r f .,--Q X S '14, 7 1'9" ' Help f w it ' .iq 1 5 A V " A f To bww -NX 13, 1' 4 sf' ,ff A : ... S I S X e, e ,,.,f,.........f ff- 1 Feed . i ff-.... World i i X -" Top' Students from TESN also participate in BSU activities. Middle. Eating is so-ooo fun. Bottomz Students enjoying the free lunch at the BSU every Wednesday at noon. Todd Lyon, Student Senate president, expresses his opinion. A i' I 40' A ,gee-f ' 1 1,--4' 4,n,,,,,.,f 1,1 A-55" 1' "' ii -6 .v i EE .4- ,' ...ft . .. lla. . f u -1 41 . . i' 1 if 0 - 1- i .no -..T 'if' rn' Q U 'O 44811 s n.. wi' en .-.. ... un sn- .gi-r. , 1 X - r A as fir 'ft 3? fy! 1 l U I f-ig-. Qin ,fy 17 .11 . xi. S-1-Q 1.33 lu N vw. Q-.33 Top: Half of the Bible Chair class of History of Christianity front from left John Williamson, Lisa Ford and Brent Coleman. Back from left Brenda Thornhill, Kathy Hartion, Myron Sioutherland, Louise Edwards. Not pictured is lVlark Bell. Nliddle: Half of the Bible Chair class History of Christianity front from left Senor lVlagnon,Steve Lauck and Peggy O'Neal. Back from left Sam Deville and Bob Harrison. Bottom: Students at Wednesday luncheon. 49 Presbyterian Bible Chair 59 STREET A 1i,p:.v.- 3,3-f.. A. 3. ,N ,, K wx ' , we - 4 . ' -0 I " tl' I . 1 . ls., .pivlillm , r yu- 4, . yt.-. Qt :.- .- t. -s . I.. . if- ,+ , V , .f-" THIS PAGE: Top: Bible Chair. Bottom left: Dave IVlatthews, Director ofthe Bible Chair, leading a song ata dinner. Bottom right: Music is an important part at fellowship. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top to bottom: Fifth Street Presbyterian Church. President Greg lVlcKenzie, Vice President Don Brown, Secretary Susarl Alexander and Secretary Faith F' llerton. Enjoying a home cooked meal at one of the monthly dinners. Kenny Graham and Don Brown. Skit at Welcome Back Party. UO ' 5 3 244: ,-,, X 2 AT Q , PM g , S fi' nmssrnm muncn l JT--915.141, ,9b:.,f ,411 1 ,, ..,, RN 2.0 W 1 , AA I-- '3Ff'Ml5l'il'l?a i l 9 ', - VGRKS TI-IRGUG QQQMQ Q., NN A M gnu--' ' --- OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Ron Lott enjoys a ping-pong game in the remodeled recreation room. Middle left: Tri-C Homecoming Duchess Rhonda Laux and escort. Middle right: Ken Culpepper and Terry Hunter plan a group activity. Bottom Middle: Homecoming float. Bottom Right: Sign for Y'Al.l. Come Party. Bottom: A Tuesday night dinner and devotional. THIS PAGE: Top: Tri-C Sign. Middle Top: Group enjoying new stereo, from left, Vice President Kathy Mauldin, Anita Whitton, Correspondent Terry Hunter, President Anson Whitten, Treasurer Rosemary Center, Jim McDonald, and Sharon Crabtree. Middle Left' Barry Scarlnough and Hal Roper give "just-for- fun" concert. Middle right: Larry Heath leads a group actiyrty. Bottom left: Officers from left Correspondent Terry Hunter, President Anson Whitton, anrl Treasurer Rosemany Center. Bottom right Tri-C Secretary Joyce Trimble. ,fa 'isb- RNS. Campus Christian Center ' i ,.,1, wwf" Q ., J :M :f1,,fQrt3"f .agarff ff: GZ - W 4 V " .. 'wif Y C ug. ,.F"N' ' 4,!7f'4A g 'rtfl , ' 2 L .gxtzag , : 'V' 1-3, ce 3 'f 1 f,ggl', . ,Q int: i. svYKNr' fre: fy if .4 T ,gligggxtsx ' ff E 5 me v .N , 5 ,t ki 5' ' i -ff E- :, Y , ! . , ,,, .i x .. I , , A ,J 1 , li Q M241 M I V A I V 1 f 5 I 'f r u. 11' 'a , 2 eu... , , y ,,'f:,',1!fF1f'f1':li':::i:.' 1 Q1fzfklm1Qff :Q:kQ2:!ifIi3?iiiiff5i?fi5?H5?!?5 , , KJ ' 3, f' 4: i " ' '1'2'4,.-" fcfg: S fi' if a 5 Ez' ' ,zfiff f ,L g X fffk as x x, I - C . , 1 , Ml M? 4 ' In " ff 1 . C 'X ff? 1 " w X , 'A ' rx .l,' ' . fx' ' Q f x v "wh J K 'N Yi k nf' I ' 1 ' Ag 2 r 4 O . Q 1 x I - a, A I 'Q 0 V x ' 1 :Hi I -an ' 'L' Sak lg 'F I . W 4 azz g,4N U 521 . y 4121 F 2 2 Q3 fe? Big- .,' 52 A 4:12. iw? 1? 2-QTYV j S KJ' ' Q' I 0 v 'A llleSlfi.E elltocliti' IQ!! STUDENT CENTER Itllfl-lllnior Colley in Bn The Wesley Foun- dation is a ministry of the United Methodist Church serving the stu- dent of TJC, The Wesley program includes college credit religious studies of the Bible, Monday night suppers and pro- grams, Tuesday morning student led devotionals in the Wesley Chapel, Chat vvith Charles every Thursday morning. There are also retreats avvay from campus. Bec- reation includes pool, ping pong, TV at the Wesley between classes and intramural sports. All TJC students are vvel- .riive at the Wesley. wx:-M x 2,5 1' esley y . l U C' K T . f -O Q Q L .-fs? ' K I A b Trl J L 2 O 1 O! 5 1 5 Q 1 E. . '25 gg, N- - ,ft F F - ' - I l it-, 3 2 i 3?-A its-QN-hw.. VY- rex ng 1' ,- gf .vt ll I if 'Q gif i"'eH':"5f3 Top left: Sign displayed in front of the Wesley. Top right: Homecoming queen nominee Joni Bland with her escort Ricky Sitton. Middle left: The Wesley Foundation Student Center, Middle right: A wedding ceremony at the Wesley. Bottom left: Wesley secretary Mrs. David Smith. Bottom right: Helen Kilgore of Dallas is in a credit Bible class at the Wesley. Q'-fu..--Q? i - " i Foundation 'RQ 1 X 14 S01 Q 3 1 Top left: "Chat With Charles" with the Reverend Charles Millikan. Top right: TJC Wesley Campus Minister Harvey O. Beckendorf. Middle left: The Rev. Charles Millikan takes a break. Middle right: Wesleyans enjoy the good food at the Monday suppers. Bottom left: Monday night suppers are a time for fun and fellowship. Bottom right: Women of Cedar Street United Methodist Church serving a Monday night supper at the Wesley. l l l X u 4 .IZ Y ' L . A: 1 15 1 1 .al- LA Y ' JG l Q-69 l V 4 i I I 1 5 O 05 is .., Q5- -1 'iiiv' 1' CQJ ' pr O esley Foundation Top left: Wesley gives a Christmas dinner program for underprivileged Children, Top right: Santa gives one of the children ta gift at the party. Middle: Dinnertime at the Christmas party for the children. Bottom: Between classes at the Wesley Foundation the students relax. asf 'C 9 f 'Q 'll 'r fm 1k'Qri ' ' 1,3 'M X hu-v 5 'dn J- F' -"5 A! f - - lr' 56 Aiiin 1 wmv -.ff . KN F' .L I I ' Bottom: Singing during Top. Wesley has won trophies with their lit- trumurul teams at riqht. Middle left' Zetzfs of The Wesley Foundation play football, lVlir,lrlle Bonfire at Lake- vievv Mfilhodlst, Assembly, lVlitldIe rtqht A qroup of students help by Dtlltlllftq at the retreat. Bottom left: Worship :it the Wesley Chapel. Bottom middle' Bev. Charles Nllllican. Bottom right: group of students at retreat. a vvorship service in -......:.t..'Len: .sf Wesley Chapel. 'JE -1 C Il , at gn -1? ni , , S-9 P'--,,, ,Q ,x 'H' VT, 35,5 . V 5 A- fsi lilf ' i f I . ,, f ' f I uf, 4 J, '7 -r ii ' Electron' f wiv X NW QA? '21 4- Ax'-Q ' 58 za-9' I 1, ,, I 2' - J, N' n, , 5 1 1 we .0-a - Y , - x"jl'f X W 'sis lXf'k"' 'IY7' ' ' N. v 9 --1. fn I l 1 N 5 I V n r""' ' I lf,- Q ...un- ass. 4 1' 'ii I "XS i s .,........ -V 1 , F :ei V- -To le A , T , Q i , T- X 0 xi Dafa Processin ,.-4 .. .W 1 4' i 'Q 9 f . V, 'ry D-, E A - OPPOSITE PAGE- Top Left: Electronic Data Processing Club members are from top to bottom, Dennis Buchert, Sponsor Aileen Strickland, Rhonda Gross, Veronica Hudson, Willie Clark, Michael Dorsey, Raymond Walker, Craig Parkes, Ramona Harvey, Tracy Leard, Rose Patton, Mary Nlorris, Thurman Young, Debra Null, Pat Parsons, Yolanda Yung, Gwen Christopher. Terri Rasor and Lou Allen. Bottom Left. Students, Craig Parkes, Lou Allen, Gwen Christopher, Dennxs Buchert, and Tracy Leard, observe some visual out- put created by Rhonda Gross on a CRT. Center Top: Raymond Walker, Michael Dorsey, Rose Patton, Ramona Harvey, Pat Parsons and Yolanda Yung, enjoy some weird output from one of their programs. Center Bottom: Terri Rasor glances up while classmates Willie Clark, Gwen Christopher and Debra Null make comments about the computer program she is punching out. THIS PAGE: Top Right: 1978 EDP Officers are, from top to bottom, Presiden' Willie Clark, Vice President Rose Patton, Secretary-Treasurer Rhonda Gross, Student Senate Represena tative Thurman Young, Alternate Student Senate Representative Terri Rasor and Program Chairman Tracy Leard. Bottom Right: Terri Rasor represented EDP as the clubs' Homecoming queen nominee. Dental ene Hygi Top: Freshman Leigh Ann Lloyd is working diligently on her instrumentation techniques for future use in her career as a dental hygienist. Middle left: Trying to catch every bit of extra studying time, Deanna lVliIler is on duty during her oft time to help those who need it and give them their proper supplies. Middle right: Jenny Pearson is working on a former dental hygiene student. Bottom left: Alice Roberts attempts to take xerays on classmate Betty l-leilman, as they learn the technique together. Bottom right: Susan Alexander and Lois Kinabrevv are very intently working on scheduled patients which is an every day happening in the clinic. i Ff, v 51, 59 'N L Xw '?w i - it -1' . M' , wiv - - I , 74 1. ,'if2 'f6l1, - .. Mi ,1-. - . , .syiifi -5. ' 4315 ' tm: .3514 ,'6f,Q', 1 . ',.. Hi. '..g?,s,lf-' 3,2 4 '- ' ZA ' 4 - qt."f9s1B.:V'1'-,Q V L, 1 I I ' I! ,- AIX r xv ! q' " N axial' " ,.:1f. ,- ' A fi- . .lj 'H TQ ' nj vb' '-'fm id 'I 'V' A ,, , .A A I ' V 'H 1- .L "1',,Q,- - llff' if,-'Aj 75 QP..- l7'f"Q' ff ' iii' gr IIA I7 at ' fl up an ll If ll ' 'L 1 1 . t 1 .f v ff .k 1 5 , , x' ., X 'wif I ,', I ' " 'vivia , W P, t 5 ,Af un w in E- ,l -1 1 Top: Nyoka Berry vvnth Instructor, Becky Sheppard are dnscussung procedures on sterulnzatnon vvnth the autoclave. Center: Duane Lee ns examunung a full set of x-rays. Bottom: Renee Tovvles works on her unstrumentatuon. f-'sail' MAL, 61 SUSAN ALEXANDER IVIARI BAKER NYOKA BERRY JILL CRAYTOR SHERYL DAVIS JACKIE DEROUEN JANET ELLISON CONNIE GULLY SHARON HARTIVIAN MELISSA HOLY KATHY JACOBS IVIARY KAY KELSHEIIVIER JANET KELTY CONNIE KILGORE LOIS KINABREW JANET LANGE KIIVI LEAZENBY DIANE LEE JULIE IVIETTLEN DEANNA MILLER SHELLY IVIOCKBEE JENNY PEARSON JEAN PEROT PAM PICKENS SHARON RHYNE GAYLE SCHULZE IVIADELYN SOBOL CATHY STOREY TERESA TIPPS CYNDIEWAGNER LILY WANG JAN WESTBROOK 'I L Dental Hygien Q-A' 'V sr. huh., Q? ,.,.,.,v -df T-vit? 'VS fit WR Q1- s 'U'- 'mx YRS 'Vx if! 'WW i tw-'Y ON -.3 'l1""fP mfg, 1247 Sophomores, Freshmen I 4 4 - af 7 I 'VIII ij I I " ,I , I- f' af. gxix fl ll' . Q7 Www ,- 'J I ,I- , I 1 QQL51 if x 3, Q N ,ri 'IQ ' ff 4. C21 fi L., Y Q ,Q S., 1 5. v Y. 9, A '1 ,A , Z IQ 1- 1 X - 1 1-0 'fs W-JD 96 f? I f I I . ,, 1-J YI? 1 Ag 4? V .ztrr ... ,,, , fx 'fs 'Q , my A ,371 4. Q f 9 s ' I F no .B lm, , IIIIIV' 4. MONICA BROWN THERESA CHEATHAM CRISTY COLE KIM COLLEY DEBBIE COPELAND CINDY EVANS GLORENA HANCOCK KATHRYN HANCOCK CONNIE HARRIS GAI HARRIS BETTY HEILMANN RHONDA HOWELL MARTHA HUDSON VICKI KIRK LINDA KNOLL CATHY LABLANC LEIGH ANN LLOYD JILL POPE CAROLYN PROTHERS SUSAN OUALLS KEELY RIDDLE ALICE ROBERTS RENA ROOUEMORE GLYNDA ROSS ROBYN SHULTZ KAREN STEWART GAIL SWIFT COLLEEN TEMPLE RENEE TOWLES LEANNA MCCASLIN JAN VERNON JILL WALDRUM DEBBIE WOOD A f-v9 ,, M. W, K zfx yi i Topt Deanna lVliller, left, and Susan Alexander put prices on old clothes to prepare for the garage sale. Center: Nice and clean is the way members shined cars at fund-raising car wash. Bottom: Sophomore members of the Junior American Dental Hygienist Association. 64 Wx I ui 111' 13933 l 5-S 6 Y 7' 4 W" i I X 4 l V I i l i .-. ' il 4 ., FV .1 : 1. W 5 5 1 ,A Nwf x . ,, I 'T 1 ' I I ,fr , 2' 5 I ' I' z ' 3: Q at I x I R 1 - . L- ' fl 4-...Ja ,' in . . 1 .. , 4- if . v, I eq, 4 . .. . ' -" ', 1 "5,,.wfwg,-.,- lt". .sew my gui? 41- 'PE fsfgk'x2:" " ' vet!-H., -V - , .",, ' ASQ ' . , '44-1 , - 11'-?K:,'M:uIxs H wr- 1-fffezfs g ' Y r r ,f ,Y ze- . ., fi' xy , .11 . , va s f ,J Zffffffllf , , :7j'g:i' 'fm ,, A . . 2 eye., .Lib 437154'fff?w5Lf1fffr'vt,iQ9Yf???E 1gg:1T'f5,Qi,'r,g ,-,le7'qw 'f-Wifi., , . r,v,,e.g ' 'J ' lp ,:1t":."'5,f'ef 'fir 5451 eifseirg-rd-"':,'5-'Q 17' A' " rdf-4. M5 iw aVu1Sf1iJ5kf'L-lv-1'l.iff 6F-z5"-'f- :wo fi 1- fw"'+f' "-'Af"'r' Jahda Ha 814. vllf 11' K xf Y , ix ' 4 ' l x V nl . L ,, V ,, Clean'Fun r -, Top. Garage sale bargams. Bottom: Freshman members of JADHA si K Fashion Merchandising A Stays ln Style , I " ,,,,..A xt ff' I , ,f -,6, 4' 'x N Xl ,QL Qc! - X Av X an 6, 1 Mi M -. """""""M OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Dr. H. E. Jenkins welcomes new freshmen to TJC. Front row from back are Susan Endslev, adviser. Gay van Bever, adviser, and Paula Pinkston. Back row from back are Marsha Dove, Shari Anderson and Annette Swihart. Middle left: Gay van Bever, adviser, shows other students Kelly .lohnson's swatch card. Middle right: Annette Swihart, left, and Pam Judge put up a display window. Bottom: First row from back are Debbie Barrett and Debbie Page. Second row from back are Debbie Duffy, Lorrie Deal and Pam Fontenst. Third row is Karen Edwards. THIS PAGE: Top: From left are Paula Pinkston, Annette Swihart and Gay van Bever, adviser. Middle left: From lef't are Paula Pinkston and Annette Swihart painting com swatch cards to show the new colors being used for the spring season. Middle right: Marvis Chester, left, and Anita Salmon put up a displav '.-.?m,.o-.w Bottom: Students discuss on the job problems. From left are Debbie Barrel' Lorrie Deal, Pam Fontenot, Cherie Paro, Debra Bickens and Debra Pitts. O7 ssisfing Top: Janet Knight, Joyce Wood, Kandy Norman work in dental lab. lVliddIei Working in lab Clavdia Campbell, Sharlett Frater, Dana Sezemore, Kandy Norman, Diana Boman. Bottom: Dr. l.lVlcKinney, Joyce Wood, Wendy Top, Kandy Norman, Debbie Wilmoth, Carolyn Roberts, Sara Tillinghast, Dana Sizemore, Cindy Stone, Violet Perez, Beverly Ray, Doris lVlorrison, Nancy Lynn. Dental Wt I Z' I fe Adu 'I l l 6 R 1 3 ., Qi 3 t . 'U ..4,.,s,, . l THIS PAGE: Top Left: Standing-Beverly Rav, Gayla Cyr, Karen Knox, seated Linda Cox Carolyn Roberts, Top right Homecoming Queen nominee Patti Craver. Middle: Dr. l. McKinney gives Violet Preez a X-ray while Julie Clifton, Roxanne Glameyer, Wendy Trop and Debbie Mobbs looks on. Bottom: Dr. l. McKinney, Linda Cox, Julie Clifton, Patti Craver, Diana Boman, Debbie Mobbs, Roxanne Glameyer, Claudia Campbell, Sharlett Prater, Karen Knox, Mary Fvelberg, Janet Knight, Gayla Cyr, Doris Morrison, Nancy Lynn. .' --s ' 'QF-E . "'. gif. , Yi ...Ri-an " ..., ,"ltr:I'1'i4A,4,4 .,3,-5, V..-ll,-in A ,. .. 1-.J if-. .. II: ' . ' 'fl-,. ,lf ' ""N., . . 4 C 1 , Fun, Gomes Can B Lots Of Work Top: President Kim Basinger, Vice President Pete Polkinghorn, vice president, Jean Kniffen and Secretary-Treasurer Kim Daniels. Bottom: Julie Britt, Peggy Vaughan, Virginia Pritchard, Jeanie Lopez, Betty Towers, Oscar lVlcKenzie, Kim Daniel, Kim Basinger, Rhonda Golden, Kim IVlacKinnon, John Wood, Laura IVlurry, Scott Reed, Jean Kniffen, Gerald Buouk, Susan Sheldon and Lindsey Howard. 36- -? K? 4 3' 1.-sr x E 5 fm 31 4: l if ai- 1 or i AL Q i 'Y 1,1 "N 75 1 l .5 , ,.g.: A-fu , 43l:?f'?e, 21 , J 'f' f-. .:r' 'li AV' Recreation Leadership: Learning 'o Direct Leisure Activities 5? If fm., V W w451Ua,ii,hH wwf , If I 'Lal' t?,:'9'9. gg wbgg f ,WM Top: Instructors Sam Cochran and I amar Muller with fnrst place trophy an the Flose Festival Bottom: Homecoming Queen candldate Tanya Ellus wuth tennis student Mark Thompson ln ,. 23 ' l4sf.-2' g fi Y l L 'l , -'lm '-I l 3 f t Q Iii f . o -' '- I Fun "II-72 'FW 5 1 1 45 , .. rf K Q Q? 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P ':TE,i Y' i A ,,,.T, , .zkf I .x'.5 4 ' f i, -x HQ: , T ,F ' -t Y es q f I 1,5 :X ,iv kiwi' : -ive' bl QI Y A W' OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Peggy Vaughn, Jeanie Lopez, Kim Daniels and Susan Sheldon-Fiiflery-outdoor education. Bottom: Sam Cochran, Instructor Becca Whyte, Susan Sheldon, Kim Basinger, Jean Kniffen, Pete Polkinghorn, and Oscar McKenzie pitching a tent. THIS PAGE: Top Left: Scott Reed,-Julie Britt istandingi and Betty Towers. Top Right: Kim IVIacKinncn, Instructor Lamar IVliIIer and Lisa Brogden working with leather. Bottom: Lisa Brogden and Lindsey Howard learning to weave. 75 Y ,. A, I 'N 3 A.. ii ', , 4 . Top: Officers, left, Debra Skinner, Pat Fiensy, Sandra Bovvie, and Laveone Walker, lnot picturedl 7-l Lambda Phi Nu: Licensed Vocational Nursing l I 5 l l E 5 2 1 i ,ASP 5 3 l -,,.-f i' 1 ' 'il I Qi '--'Q - A ' ,Afllli .,. ft 4- 3 1. . . ,4 ,,. Bottom: Back, left, Sandia Bowie, Carolyn Harris, Julie Ross, Linda Clark and Frances Vfickware. Center: left, Dorothy Keaton, Darlene Hardin, Debra Skinner. Top: left, Nedia Jones, Brenda Seaton, Pat Fiensy,and Evelyn Mosley. ,, Top: Joan Guss shows some nursing skills that are learned first with Alphonso. Bottom: Front: left, Joan Guss, Martha Pyron, Frances Prior, lVlary Ann Swafford, and Patricia Carr. Back: left, Ethyl Sanford, Janet Umphrus, Noami Lumer, Judy Spears, and Sam Garcia. .L L., 6 l ' , J 75 it--, .lim V ,aA,i' Top: Checking the pulse on Linda Clark is Debra Skinner. IVliddIe: Sponsor of the Lambda Phi Nu: Rebecca Fielding, R. N. Bottom: Medical Center Hospital, one of the affiliating agencies. X LVN Prospects Lea 'I ii' 1l ii 1 .i .i if 41 ji ti E? 1? ft ,J i 1 Iltvgl ' i f fgksx l l In Real-Life Situation l NX-f ,X , 1 's 3 1 f Q., gdx Q: ff ,-Q MW' F iiwfi an-3,1.,5 , ye, i4t'w lf , 1 V .,, fJ"l'. fgiqrayd i uitiin I .L A YY - n qv Top left: Joan Guss wraps an ace bandage on arm of Pat Fiensy. Top right: Sam Garcia takes the blood pressure and temperature of Naomi Luman. Bottom: Nlother Frances Hospital another of Tyler's affiliating agencies. 5 ,-, MM! Q50 If as X-, ,ff X . 'it 'fir Frii,-4 ' . fs,- ,fi n 1 U I IN. , .,...,.. , l H, X rs L' "IPX Back Row: Instructor Don Barnett, Instructor Melinda Marshall, Della Kelley, Carla Chance, Steve Engle, Jan Braulett, Sam Price, Dona Wilkinson, Peggy Lewis, Joe McWilliams, Coldon Wilson, Linda Porter, Ronnie Borink, Pam Smiley and Nita BriS'ter. Front Row: Instructor Ken Stegall, Anita Wilson, Judy Cook, Jimmy Aydelott, Denise Lasey, Suzanne Morgan and Julie Anthony. 78 I I - emi B 5 sm , i A QL, kai Respiratory Therapy DB I? 3 :R 0 I t"""I"'4: If V". L. imrrinn, ,N-ua , -be E ' 'E-' A S . .V 'v' V 40. 'ffrrlrrvz " 'wr' I- I --9 CK "H Wie'-Mr' vi it at ' ' , -- I af ee L I J' A, wx' 2 1 I L+- : If r I 1 1 rf fzizx l lx. K I Y ." . ,4 ' , ' ar. N -t I 1 1 ,Ll .Q .-.. g K g K1 vi N-qi I A Y , fi, fit' I i 13, Q :JXJ i S, -'fi I, I - '. C w I ,gf mg: V ," ' ff' ' F X-rig' ,f Y ,4 NV!!! NW X. tt as I in Q' if 'I ve- 'Xt . I Y - 1 X8 x . A V fi' V ' 2' ,,,,N,1 ff IDI 4' it 4' if ,sg we TOD: Patti Harris, Susan Thomas, Brenda High- tower, Rejeana Tipton, Martha Wilson and Joni Bland. Nliddle: Dennis Yates, Billy White Cohon and Ricky Plunk. Bottom: Pam Landrum, Instructor Melinda Mar- shall, Susana Rosen, Ken Stegall, Instructor Don Barnett, Instructor Janeice Haggerty, Sherrv Bell- man, Janet Coff, lNot pictured are Randall West and Scott Ryalll 79 .U ff no . , , I Law Enforcement Student ssociation THIS PAGE: b Donald Perkins learns to cuff classmate Arthur Raley in Law Enforcement class. Middle Left: Officers are vice president, Bobby Garmon: FGDOYIGF, Sharon Crabtree, sponsor, John Presley. Not in picture: president, David Thompson, and Barbara Starnes, treasurer. Middle Right: LESA members top rovv, left: Kenneth Bibby, Joe Lively, Robert Carlson, Larry Vaughn. Bottom rovv: Loraine Evans, Natalie Maxfield and Delanie Doyle. Bottom: lnstructor Bennie Mims in probation and parole class. STATEMENT OF PURPOSE The Lavv Enforcement Student Association is organized with the express purpose of learning about and promoting the field of Lavv Enforcement. Understanding that vve are the Lavv Enforcement officers of tomorrovv, vve intend to use our education to better prepare our- selves for our entrance into the field of Lavv Enforcement. As a future Lavv Enforcement Officer, my fundamental duty will be to serve mankind, to safeguard lives and property, to protect the innocent against deception, and the peaceful against violence or dlsorderg and to respect the Constitutional right of all men to liberty, equality and justice. 80 33 3' P' H9419-' .sv- ,.., wg wif S, if-, , ' 2, ,y , x,E S4 VE' , 953 P 103 THIS PAGE: Top: LESA members, Top rovv: Bobby Carter Brooksie Houston D ld , , ona Cavvthon. Front row: Bobby Garmon, Debbie Williams, George Grant and Donald Perkins. Middle group, Top row: James Wade, David Gilbert and William Horton. Bottom: Dennise Price shows how to dust for fingerprints while Otis Hill, Greg Dawson, and Shirley Turner look on. 81 LESA Trains Student For Probation, Parole, Police THIS PAGE: Top: LESA members gather outside Larry Halbrook, Randall Denby, Brenda Marsh, Dovie Lemons and Loretta Pollard. Middle: John Presley prints Sharon Crabtree as James Wade looks on for helpful pointers. Bottom: Terry Pettigrew gets cuffed by Bobby Garmon.VVatching is Cathy Lowe, Bill Dean, Donald Perkins and Arthur Flaley. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Arthur Flaley is being cuffed by Chuck Campbell of the TJC Police. Middle left: Members of the LESA, top row Carl Huff, Greg Dawson, Tony Curtis, Otis Hill. Front row, Brendia Baird, Peggy Stewart and Sharon Crabtree. Middle right: Other future law officers are top row James Martin, Jim Randolph, Marcus Davis, Bill Dean. Front row Tommy Spurlock, Cathy Lowe and Arthur Baley. Bottom: Dallas Police Officers spoke to Law Enforcement class Nov. 2. Stand- ing is Officer Watkins and seated Officer Henduron. 3 5 PM 2 " X 5 Sz: , 5 -5.3 -. ,B 3 'is 2 ,.,-, up Q ua is s 1 V, 1 ,. ' A is - 4- 7 I V' 7 . 2'-W5 I . 1 ff - ' is ' f 1. V if gig. ' :i 3 A3 it pi is .eng 'l ' 'i f ry 4 -rr: , . ix" ,s i 3:17 , Uv? , 5 A . . N 6' 'N gf 4 U li, l ff C I -.f- X -0 1 1" fi Y .QA ,jj .V 15-r .A .I , Q I jx' 45, ,,, 'I' ., . Q .Q-'. J--' A fl, 4, - - , nf f'vS,,i" . - x , , - I- ,.,. I QS 15 'I as-Q 'JZ Q. , 9 .A ' 'vlfll 4 P51192-1 1 . vtv- - ,,-.f n, f 4 1 ' A a ', .,r f ,HA 'fi . 'f I 5 a' ' 2 r. n ,. lk 5 , ,.., E Q -19 .-kgs 'S K va V n ..n '-N 1 , V51 5 fi buns.. g-v-1 G O Q ,J 'I i I 1 ta af, I .is-725 I , laazci' 'l .r'fvC:ffif4fU" ' 1 V .V The Drafting Department has recently purchased the "Wang 2200" computer design system with flat bed plotter. The engineering coordinates have been punched into the computer and it is novv plotting the drawing. The program is then stored on floppy disc for future reference and possible revisions. Top: Officers are: Vice President-Chris Suddeth, President-Dwight Caldwell, Secretary-Treasurer-Gala Russell, Female Intramural Chairman-Susan lVlcCoy, lVlaIe Intramural Chairman- Jerry Hawbaker. Bottom: From left are: lVlale Intramural Chairman-Jerry Havvbaker, Vice President-Chris Suddeth, President- Dvvight Caldwell, S5ecretary-Treasurer- Gala Russell, Female Intramural Chairman-Susan NlcCoy. 84 N4-i 3 V i The Drafting Club was organized for the students as a professional organization to make available speakers from industry and for industrial field trips. Club participation will enable them to become more aware of what is expected in the drafting profession. Top: Simon Lam performs basic layout of a drawing assignment. Bottom: The Drafting Club. WY' A, .ri Pi, 85 B M dical Laboratory Top: Homecoming Oueen nominee Kathaleen Bass with escort Allen Stanton. lVliddle: Class officers Kelli Bateman, Becky Skinner, Sandy Sober, Allen Stanton, Curt Jordan and Steve Callens. Bottom left: First year students Lynnette Hobbs, Karen Vllaldrufs, Diana lVlcCauley, Nancy Grissett, Kathy Henk, Sue Kesecker, Sandy Sober, Sandra Sanders, Linda Buckner, Lisa Harrelson, Donna Parrish, Maria Thomas, Kathleen Bass, Kelli Bateman, Becky Skinner, Donna Stidom, Laurel Upton, Helene Smith, Matt Driskill, Robby Kinsey, Curt Jordan, Charles Duncan, Nlark Carrol and Steve Callens. Bottom right: Second year students Janet Townsend, Cathy Anderson, Roxanne Bond, Lynda Gunter, Dianne Armstrong, Bill Dickinson, Don Hawkins, Jennifer Stephens, Cindy Livingston, Peggy Keeler, Tom Ethier, Charles Starling, Cheryl Holmes, Jan Grimes, Cynthia Benishek, Jill Kluck and Allen Stanton. ,, f --' -4, 9 - s. aaa gy 1 l at l pf . 0 f ., S - ul- as .,: Yr Ie- Q My 4 . A ui ' .gg an I I r 4 , L9 4 I' l' 'A A F5 ' , ,ir 5 X ' i Q- , fa- 3 N 4 L Ll ti a L an Hia 'N 4 N x A-.M D asP0j,E"' QHFN 3 ,,.,f WV? '51 X 6 'ff Li .:: Y. 2 H Q '2lf5s-55 , H. , 4 -r x X P' 'i U41 - N. i. ' ff. J, ,Q W :' iw, ' 'BL . . ' A . i' Q15 THA! ,-. 1 il lt ii' I" Wi. N. 4' :H f an Top L to Fi: Instructor Hobbs. Mastering Microscopic technique as shown by Charles Duncan is a very important procedure in lab Work. Sophomores Charles Starling and Don Hawkins demonstrate manual methods of pipetting in the lab. Middle: Mrs. Hobbs caught in the act of finding her Christmas present. Sophomores Peggy Keeler, Cheryl Holmes and Jan Grimes strive to improve technique. I l Second row from bottom: Janet Townsend, Cindy Livingston and Bill Dickinson. Bottom: Taking a blood sample. Bottom: "What is the verdict?!?" Cathy Anderson, Peggy Keeler, Allen Stratton and I Tom Ethier anxiously await Mrs. Gunters' decision. Working in the lab. ,- X, f 1. . t 3 Q 4,,..f' A4 bifvxm., -. H THIS PAGE: Top: Cynthia Benishek, Tom Ethier and Cathy Anderson observe as instructor Lynda Gunter demonstrates the use of a computer. lVliddle: Bill Dickinson. , Bottom left: Bill Dickinson and Charles Starling. Bottom right: Dianne Armstrong, Jan Grimes and Jill Kluck place indicator into test solutions. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Charles Starling watching Don Hawkins read blood sugar determination on spectrophotometer. Bottom left: Medical lab. Top right: Kathleen Bass and Curt Jordan prepare to perform a complete blood count. Bottom right: Sandy Gober practicing veinipuncture on an artificial arm. v gy Q Wwie.. gf.-+ I I U., f s fXN l I K .,,,,foe Mu Lambda Tau Provides Sample of What Medical Lab Field ls Like F 1 4 E fx . ,cs I X fn , 1, Na if 1 I if sh" f . 4 -.. ' "W -YF" l il, Student Cphfhalmic Dispensers, Technician ll if , Top: Students from left Donna Hunt, Marilyn Davis, Alyce Holliday and Mike Anderson learn to adjust frames to different types of modelswhile sponsor Clyde Davenport looks on. Middle left: While Clyde Davenport, adviser, in- structs Steve Bostick on the use of the lens generator students from left Kelly Taylor, Mike Bronaugh and Susan Williams look on. Middle right: Alyce Holliday, left, and Jana Beall work with the lap truing machine. Observing are from left Donna Hunt, Marilyn Davis and Marilynn Wilson. Bottom: Front row from left are Mike Lau, Vice President Bill Maurer, Mike Bronaugh, Thomas Neizzo, Mark Schmidt and Alan Conners. Middle rovv from left are President Larry Lusk, Roger Sarcia, Mike Treane, Patsy Taylor, Sponsor Clyde Davenport, Student Senate Representative Alyce Holliday, Mike Anderson, Cody Steele, Norma Frazier and Steve Bostick. Back row from left are Kelly Taylor, Susan Williams, Jana Beall, Donna Hunt, Secretary Treasurer Marilyn Davis, Yvette Redvvine and Bob Franz. S1 Q - Ag A 'qi , - i ,M 1-Yi?geari::,:cia I It l . :ag- it L-'Z' gait D "i b I ' IG'- - 1 i s -X 1 i yr TQSCSY k BO UQ--i .P Student Ophthalmic Dispensers and Technicians is an organization formed by ophthalmic dispensing students this fall. Members of SODAT are studying to become certified opticians. Students learn to make eyeglass lenses, contact lenses and sub-normal vision aids. Students also learn to fit and adjust eyewear for their patient's comfort. Top: Homecoming Queen nominee Donna Hunt and her escort Andy Dominey. Middie left: Yvette Redvvine practices proper frame adjustment and fitting with fellow student Marilynn Wilson. Middle right: Larry Lusk demonstrates taking vital measurements to Bill Maurer, left, and Allan Conner. Mike Lavv acts as the patient. Bottom left: Marilynn Wilson and Larry Lusk edge and apply safety level to finished lenses. Bottom right: Yvette Redwine instructs Jana Beall on the use of the lensometer. In the background is Susan Williams. T ' .fn tg tv' X ir' fy, fg' M WV Me+ste:?s -f- I f If gf2t3IfJ4,l?.49:lil'f"A5 jf f-.,Q,-i- Ks ,Q fX ,Matt 'faq l l i I l ll I We " ' Ka H94 re'- sas- '9 O 91 -Q , V. J .Jail ini' Qc 5, 4 ,:2"'5f , if 5 ea 14' ff. is Y, -L 'Q' 9 7 0 A V , E 'igh Q if 'f ff af - L' V '11-.A 6 s A IKM by - S .Pg-. in 1 x Q JD 1 'Q ff-fm,-' ' .f"' "lv, 4 , 4 A. 'f ,QM .. av' 'ata ir 47 d'OSlTE PAGE: T : Jr. Class Officers Rhonda Vanderkooi, Rusty Grizzard, Carolyn Dering, Kris Kelley and Barbara Davidson. Judiciary Committee member Cathy Thompson and ent Senate Representative Alan Wood. R t: Student Council members Louise Oller and Rhonda Vanderkooi. LII Student Council members Catherine Boswell, Russell Petty and Louise Oller. ITIS PAGE: TL: Jr. Class Officers Jean Foerster, Bobbette Richardson, Pam Cleaver, Julia Mosley and Kenneth Johnson. Mile Left: Patricia Beckendorf, Elise Herrington, Cathy Paul, Karen Holcomb, Debra Lake, Belinda Fountain, Slyvia Warren, Margerine Williams, Delores Cobb, LEl'le Meyer, Marci Justiss and Kenneth Johnson. Ml jle Right: Phyllis Chapman, Laneva Turner, Pam Cleaver, Cynthia Kemp, April Jackson, Bobbette Richardson, Russell Petty, Paula Smith, Julia Mosley and 182' Skeeler. BC' om Left: Julia Lomax, Kay Duke, Joyce Chambers, Charlendra Wideman, Pam Murphy, Donna Murphy, Felicia Hill, Pam Gottshalk, Heather Lawson, Denise l i oitney, Carolyn Chambers, Susan Gray, Pam Ellis, Mary Hicks, Jean Foerster and Juliet Bounds. Bc om Right: Antonia Garcia, Joe Watkins, Merrie Chambers, Juliet Bounds and Phyllis Chapman. 95 s TESN Trains Registered Nurses THIS PAGE: Top: Student Council member Howeth. Bottom left: Michelle Klein. Kelley Kristie, Barbara Corley, Leela Miller, Carol Davis, Billy Jernigan. Carolyn Dering, Alan Wood, Fobin Felts, Ron Tyner, Nancy Brantley, Barbara Davidson, Rhonda Vanderkooi, Sheila Pryor, Connie Lambert, Patricia Johnson, Bobby Robinson, Sheela Wilson, Deborah Crawford, and Mattie Brown. Bottom right: Karen Samford, Cindy Ocker, Mary Magee, Sharon Nickols, Evelyn Biggers, Myrtle May, Mary Pearce, Busty Grizzard, Frances Johnson, Joy Davis, Carol Shattuck, Cathy Thompson and Susan Martin. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Student Council members Foerster and Watkins. Middle left: Senior Class students Irma Wassleton, Sally Lee, Lora Madden, Debbie Starling, Linda Caldwell, Karen Norton, Marla Ferrell, Paula Shofner, Cindy House, Edwina Jordan and Jayne Spencer. Middle right: Senior Class students Gwen Butler, Marian Erwin, Norma Taylor, Pat Haskell, Alice Cook, Pat Stansell, Sharon Corey, Catherine Boswell and Linda Isabell. Bottom left: Senior Class Officers Norma Taylor, Nola Bay. Karen Norton and Irma Waddleton lSharon Corey not picturedi. Bottom right: Student Council members Boswell, Petty, Oller, Vanderkooi and Stansell. AIM L, ' Q, N. il il jl l li at in l 'Ul!t'l -l B ."i,' 5 my W' fi J V ,..,.. 5. r ,. ,An .. 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J, 3 1' ,X f a Qi, . 1 1 V f if 'V , Q 9 X 1' 'K' 1' i 1 .VA W 'til Y 'uf 'P L 'f Q4 ' .Til fig 3, .ya-S fl Q if 4 'I ' A . -,1 ,gf , I .xf , ,, ' , ' li' -5" 4" . n ,N iz, 1 1 'Q :QI ,T :L I Al .W H 3 . , VS Q 4 At., ,V I-,if 9 4 X ' F 'I ,-sw ' Q Qi 2 1 - fi ',",.,,' 'K' : :L . A ,fu I wi 'atthiizl 2 X i ,lg il - , - 1 . -' 2, M. i + ' 1 - 'ai ...i f. Zi. B-"ff Tinian ' i Top Left: Homecoming queen nominee Cathy Chandler. Bottom: Chrissandra Brown, Becky Couch, Verlena Brisky, Bene Walker, Kathy Brown, Rhonda Russell, Lisa Brown, Lynn Archer, Susan Manning, Diana Duff, Carolyn Waggoner, Teresa Perry, Jill Spruell, Debbie Cyphers, Jan Burditt, Jill Wiley, Sheila Boot, Liz Carney, Delanie Doyle, Susan Gibson, Annabeth Green, Lois Edwards, Regina Call, Lisa Stewart, Laura Boyd, Kathryn White. Center: Angela Driggers. Z' FJ gi.. ',,-,--5 llllll l 51 WW Q- if 'V ? 1.r:i3'h5,l7V5 J"f'KnY"-lifwil :5 pw , " zaerwme ?,'T:?K I W t V.. V ,. -.A . , . il, 'if ff" ,lr Il I1 Zi '2 ,J , 1 , V: 7 .47 Sledge Hall 5-E Ei T 1 ii Psa -1 r 15 '1 E: 255 E can If-fl EE 1 - ,., ,, Sz, 5L'h8""4 3 lil 5 -1 'fy 1' 'S H X' Top Right: Jill Wiley and guest Kim Lindsey. Bottom: Leigh Ann Lloyd, Linda Kroll, PQQQV Lewis, Debbie Mosby, Toby Travis, Glorena Hancock, Lisa Brurnble, Nlona Taylor, Evelyn Biggers, Bonnie Halcomb, Debbie Lee, Dorothy Lee Nockols, Jacque Pillard, Pam Kelm, Lou Allen, Sherry lVlcAlister, Tonya Chesney, Gwen Christopher, Dona Wirnrnack, Cathy Chandler, Dedie Jones, 'Ewen Sanders, Tarnrny Chandler, Janice King, Karen Hoppens, Jill Bradley, Sarah Tielinghast, Shelby Bland, Nancy Smith, Center: Student Senate Representative Jill Wiley, Dorm Director Dorris Jernigan, Dorm President Rhonda Russell, Dorm Vice President Peggy Lewis. 97 . .,.. Top left: Rosie Ritchie visits a friend at Sledge. Top right: From left Gretchen Uhl and Lisa Suiter. Bottom: Apache Belles from left Chrissandra Brown and Diedie Jones serve as guides at open house. 9 8 wwwyww :,,,.,-, fs wwf Sled 1 if 3 Q Q- .,.f 'H Girls - iz.-ffl u 11 mi nu?- 4 21 :ai assi: nag? g.:...,....Jf:-4 N U fs... Q of' .L ' .X 'lt Li i . ""e,'. 'lu-4' 'afhgffj if . ' i 3-f . 5: 5 A :gs-if g,g,-23 I ' 41 , 1 Q in umifgeif Top left: Pam Judge gets spending money from mom. Top right: Dorm Director Darris Jernigan makes coffee for open house guests. Bottom: Debbie Mosby visits with her two sisters. 5 X 'UV-4 1 N o 1 i i A I C, - 'wi . 579, . f . U HJ -4 3' -wht U ,Q , K r --. :Y W '45 w. .-,r ,df Aff All I 5 i f 4 1 'lr 6 arm 4 bi' . Q ' a '. 5 i 4 z ,Di O0 2:34 f--we qi! fury' fy- 'ri 4.. Qt: 1' EW ' 1 Y rit z, .f .' 3, - , 3 I N""'s.. E PAGE: Vickie Vestal, Brenda Caperton, Cindy King, Carrie Koehler, Nancy Bourland, Barbara Denny, Mary Pearce, Tina Britton, Pitchford, Janet Coon, Marcie Jones, Sheila Baker, Julie Dugan, Sheila Pyror, Rosemary Crane, Kay Lynn Keeland, Yolumda Jackie Totten, Melinda Chrisp, Cindy Shott, Pe99V O'Neal, Lyn Robertson, Kathie Cooper, Rantha Pogue, Carolyn Fisher, Laney, Nancy Curtis, Anita Jefferson, Janay Tolbert. Cyndie Coats, Jan Arnett, Penny Douthit, Lisa Lee, Kim Basinger, Michele Vaughn, Denise Kennedy, Sherri Bobbitt, Susan Julie Merritt, Kim Daniels, Donna Pogue, Amy Roark, Gaylor Russell, Sheri Sunstrum, Traci Ward, Gwen High, Brenda Susan Alexandra, Holly Ford, Jan Avery, Nancy Kuyendall, Janice McGrew, ReJena Tipton, Julie Clark, Pam Dodson, Mayfield, Roganne Perry, Mel Holy. IS PAGE: dent Senate Representative ReJena Tipton, Dorm Director Allie Whitfield, Dorm Director Vera Bailey, Alternate Student Senate presentative Nancy Kuykendall, Dorm Vice President Lisa Lee, Dorm President Marcie Jones. A O1 L-kai 24 N I 739 :fs if P--all .W s Bateman Hall: F- is x -. Llwg 'W ' i 'H' I T18 I Q , 3- ' 1 8 fl.,.au '--- '. 'L ' ti' N Q-All l W limi 1"'9'x +L alan as ,,gi""' H4 Er "fi-il IW YW! Y sqm Top: Dorm Directors Bettye Hale and Dorothy Covington. Bottom: Wing Leaders from left, bottom Diane Mercy, Leslie Bauer, and Teresa Tippsg middle Peggy Clifton, Kathy Henk, D Wilkerson and Lee Ann Smithg top Cheryl Dooley. .A- Z l ! . 'V V' lflfll 'Q' T Q 71' .1-uf, A 1 A-rw ., A-- 2 I' , g I Nwffuh V 'I X ' . -I--iv ft P X5 - . -w. oy ywi 'Li'-my -ns.-zur - --w--1- --. -... -.. d ff.. 5 Ks i an , I , Le l ff.: fc 1 ' ifslid f H s., ltfili all-If 1.4 L 'SEB fa-5, third floor south wing residents: front Rosemary McGovern, Laura Stiker, Colleen Temple, Jackie Askew, Felicia Hillg second row Lori Kirkmeyer. Barton, Jeri Beck, Sarah Autry, Kathy Lazenberry, Vicki Clark, back Reba Ellison, Diane Roberts, Sharon Byley,Laurie Sennott, Anne BIair,Cheryl y, Lee Ann Smith, Amanda Brown, Denise Hawthorne, Rhonda Howell, Lynette Stanley and Marcia Kelsey. xrmr third floor north wing residents: front row Debbie Hughes, Tammy Smith, Cynthia Fierro, Debbie Phillips: second row Kim Gentry, Kathy ,. Kathy Page: third top row Gigi Barnhart, Sandra Nash, Patti Craver and Sandra Fleming. l i 35 l Bateman Hal , " Ulazgrawni ' 'W' """"' 'A "' 4 lex, ' f ' . 1' ,atv 4 x 5531451 A 1 i."ff"f1-l ff aging, ,, ,,, ,sg 'Q . ffg' L wwf lvl SIA Topz first floor north vvjng residents, front, Leslie Bauer, Nina Dowell, Susan Miller, Cheryl Richardson, Rhonda Laux, Julie Anthony, Stella Johnson, Charlie M top rovv, Jan Westbrook, Barbara Santa Cruz, Dona Hunt, Debbie Lake, Roxanne Bonds, Cheryl Clark, Brenda Kennard and Melissa Horn. Bottom' front, Joni Bland, Carroll Russell, Sharon Blackshear, Becky Garner, Pamela Davidson, top rovv, Carrie Harris, Gayle Schulze, Peggy Clifton, Tammy Sulll Kerri Centilli, Cynthia Benishek, Lisa LaCoe and Cynthia Freeman. lil-4 :ul sy Living iw A U "' ' um use - ' ' 9'1" , x'i.t .Ah-,i-' , , ' ,,jp umm! mx. anim. Ailslnr'-zA'..,:Qna4w , , - ' 22-f nf i - Ural- - It NUC or r. .u . 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UIQ 9'-S. ug 'll yy ., 1 x 1 l K Y. u H8 A I floor north wing residents: front rovv Belinda Camarillo, Violet Perez, Connie Barnes: second rovv, Donna Hutching, Debra Hutching, Patricia Maguire, Mitchell, Judy Cook, Cheryl Clark, Penne DeLay: third rovv, Hannie Carr, Sandra Adams, Vera Gabriel, Ramona Harvey, Patricia Strange, Faith Fullerton, Tory taews, Donna Wilkerson, Joy Davis, Teresa Tipps and Diane Mercy. tim: second floor south wing residents: front row, Kathy Lazenberry, Joan Phillips, Mary Thibodeaux, Evelyn Smith, Tina Simmons, second rovv, Kim Collev, :aQualls, Jill Waldrum, Vicki Kirk, Janet Smith, Janet Price, Kathy Gunn: third rovv, Tonya Stoddard, Donna Lopez, Linda Pennington, Teresa Herod and Margaret Illi Q . l l t 1 i 103 I i Claridge Hall 7 Mfr 4' F Top: North side Claridge Hall residents, front: Gigi Gray, Camille Wharton, Mary Lane Miller, Jenny Wofford, Doreen Angel-1 Susan Thompson. Back: Carolyn Prothera. Valerie Faison, Donna Joggers, Teresa Moore, Kelly Phillips, Jo Ann Curtis, and! Barrera. Bottom: North side residents, front: Martha Elliot, Danielle Brasher, Karen Nordling, Kathy Hill, Pam Hagan, Renee' Bolacl Denise Miller. 1 4:0 il 1,1 gl 1 Z il f"..'l....' 6 ff" gi Q1-1 ,.,f- qi as 1 ,,ua,,,." Cathy Leach and Danielle Brasher, Student Senate Representatives. it: Debbie Hymen and Becki Stepchinski, Hall Coordinators: Mrs. Horton, Director and Martha Elliot, x 593' 91 'la f'b I Hall Coordinator. nxf, front: Dee Chambless, Rhonda Bonds, Cathy Carrillo, Melinda Griffith, Debbi Williford, Sharla McGee and Becky Pli1inski. l ffm. front: Debbie Hymen, Donna Leidecker, Tricia Armstrong and Karen Stewart. Back: Pat Parson, Sarah Webb and Lea rflats. l l I l 1 l '11 OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Dorm President Sharon Scurlock with Secretary Treasurer Norma Davis. Middle: Patsy Roach, Becky Buchanan, Bonnie Buchanan, Jo Ann Brackeen, Lisa Rainey and Jean Zerkelbach. Bottom: Kay McKinney, Gai Harris, Lynn Krause, Kasey Hughes, Vicki Barnett and Jeffi Robertson. THIS PAGE: Top: Ethel Stokes and Ann Adarns. Bottom: Sharon Parker, Jan Clayton, Sherri Zummit, Mary Magee, Teresa Cargill, Julie Johnson, Leah Hamilton, Jennifer Pruith, Sue Ann Thomi, Mary Stephens, Elizabeth Chavers, Jo Ann Gerlach, Cheryl Stewart, Liz Crone, Rene Choate, Terri Neutze, Robbie Wallace, Jeffi Robertson, Theresa Dotson, Norma Davis, Peggy Patchelle, Phyllis Illis, Shelley McKee, Sharon Scurlock and Holly Harris. Q If . S""wm-f- S. I J 'fe fl! JJ C0313 H 2 a k .,,f, iw Y Y 'Nf'rfM...,, ffw. S-. V A ff' K' ,. , OU esf cur: Center Halls 1 gum: 1 i ' 12 . L H ' 'fw.+v , ' . f ' , gi hub its it. Zi 1' . f rr 1 lf nv J 5 I Q1 . " sr 'bf 'wie 4' 14l!l'.l, 4 I-1630213 21 mit-fi iii ' we my .ff ,J .J. . '- - r .yvlg-15 S J: Pk'-'Juni 11,161 iw if 'J 1r5Q',. 7' :Q -'ffl nw . ,Sk .. , r .' ..' " ' 1 ' 'V ' i ,. ' 'fair' G.-' ' f'fjf'74'i "- "W M 'al al . - V N' uf-xg -N ret OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: West Hall dormitory mother is Mary Key. Top right: After a hard day Randy Hall and Stephen Price relax in the Center Hall lounge. Middle: West Hall from left, front rovv: David Holliman, Anthony Walker, O. B. Jones, Senor Mangowg second rovv: Kelly Conley, Dennis Knotts, Jimmy Randolph, David Smoak, Carlton Masovv, Joe Hillhouse, Rick Shires, Stephen Betterly: third rovv: Duane Guthrie, Brian Reinhard, Johnny Robinson and Mark Marshall. Bottom: Center Hall from left, Cliff Chapman, Danny Diaz, Rusty Boone, Walter Godberry, Roger Watson, Bobby Phillips, Kenneth Cooper, Lawrence Williams, Jurell Riggins, Elbret Walker, Danny Daniels, Gary Peppers, Roger Shellenberg, David Davis, Dan Rasor, Whitney Smith, Keyylly Cate, Stephen Price, Randy Hall, Lawrence Bell, Sparky Cox and Brian Nelson. THIS PAGE: l'op left: Lucky Cotton, Thomas Ethier and Kelly Conley take a moment in the West Hall lounge. Top right: West Hall Dormitory mother is Jane Compton Baker. Middle: The West Hall lounge is not only a place for relaxing but also for taking naps. Bottom: West Hall from left, front row: Anthony Williams, Carlton Mason, Raymond Walker, Senor Mangowg second row: David Holliman, Duane Guthrie, Kelly Conley, Johnny Robinson, Mark Marshall, Joe Graham, Dean Hamilton, Eddie Bassett, Edmund Patout: third rovv: Brian Reinhard, Dennis Knotts, Jimmy Randolph, David Smoak, Lucky Cotton Thomas Bosworth, Chris Herrin, Hank Edwards, Stephen Krogh, Thomas Ethier, John Williamson, Nels Halverson, Sam Batesi fourfh rovv: Stephen Betterly, Rick Shires, .Ice ?-lilI- house, and Jerry Frances. 1 111 Student Senate- Top: Student Senate Officers are left Vice President Tammy Haden, President Todd Lyon and Secretary Carla Dial. lVliddle: President Todd Lyon presides during a Senate meeting as Secretary Carla Dial takes the minutes and Billy Jack Doggett looks on. Bottom: Student Senate representatives. A-1 'a',Aa-y, l T NIWQVH fi i 4 C 1 i iljfd f . . l-: QQ Top left: Todd Lyon explains election procedures to Senate representatives. Top right: Todd Lyon presides as representatives listen attentively. Nliddle: Student Senate member voices his opinion during a meeting. Bottom: Student Senate Representatives. ,..,,,5 .. . 4 ft: Tfaik-4: iQ! li "'. l --r ,if Alvdzl P vu 'F Senate Achvmes Keep Campus Busy :Tix rg-' Top right: Participation was excellent during the Student Senate sponsored Blood Drive for Shriner Burns Institute. Top left: President of the Senate Todd Lyon poses with Nicky Cruz and Israel Narvez, vvorld-famous evangelists who led a campus crusade. lVliddle: During the Student Senate sponsored Nicky Cruz appearance, Dallas Holmes and Praise provided the music. Bottom: Student Senate sponsor Billy Jack Doggett explains election procedures to stu- dents. g f wg , .fee Top: Senate sponsor Billy Jack Doggett makes sure the Blood Drive runs smoothly. lVliddIe: Senate vice president Tammy Haden donates a pint. Bottom left: Students enjoy the music at the Howdy Dance sponsored by the Student Senate. Bottom right: Students "jive" to the music. ll ll? 1 Art Club: Arlisls ..--P' 'W' The TJC Art Club was organized in 1974 to encourage student artists and promote a better understanding of fine quality art throughout the college and community. Activities include a bus trip to a major museum each semester, participation in Student Senate activities and the operation ofthe Art lVlart, an outlet for paintings, drawings and original crafts, such as pottery, macrame, and original stationery and greeting cards. Proceeds from dues and the Art lVlart support a scholarship of S75 per semester for a TJC art major. C N.. wwue UQIQHWQW J..-' ?s T -t , +412 21 ,qmail X filo fzzii ' is - ,naw ana' A I jlll lllf I - I ll 1 F' I bl TH IS PAGE: Top left: Jeff Shuttlesworth in the painting studio. Top right: Pottery and painting displayed for Art Mart by Sherry Gornaweinrl Shuttlesworth, Dana Despot, Rhonda Moore, Charline Wallis and Secretary I- Ritchie. Bottom: Instructor and sponsor Charline Wallis and instructor Jacqueline Ai with officers of Art Club: President Rhonda lVloore, Vice President Jeff Shui' worth and Treasurer Sherry Gornawein. , ll THIS PAGE: Top right: With modei in background David Haynes compares his conte' crayon portrait of an African lion. Bottom left: Debra Hayden molds her clay pot at the potters' wheel. Bottom right: Laurel Wright completing a charcoal drawing of the buffalo in the African Room. 'ta 1 I "s X f 4' xi xxah h 'K Helps Scholarship 117 "3 94 As., 1 5 -1 IIN Ill "T4:-s ' Q fi I 1 V- ,mm nga lllil ll ll a n 22 BH lla , Q .1. 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OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Las lVlascaras President Mike Conner. Top right: Officers are front row from left Vice President Rhonda Basye, Student Senate Representative Tony Noakes, Sgt. At Arms Vernon Tirey and Treasurer Penne Pierce. Back row from left are Historian Judi Almaraz and Secretary Cheryl Sepmoree. Bottom: Advisers are front row from left lVl'lisS Hineman, Dr. Jean Browne, chairman, and Jacque Shackelford. Back row from left are Lawrence Birdsong, David Crawford, Clarence Strickland and Steve Westhafer. THIS PAGE: Top: From left are Cheryl Sepmoree, Alan Sparkman, Barb Davis, lVlike Andrews, Coquise Baird, Doug Gilpin, Allison Low, John Williamson and Cathy Oxley. Bottom left: From left are front row Mary Williams, Ronoa Basye, Cathy Oxley, Tony Noakes, Judi Almaraz, Jana McDaniel and June Scallon. Back row Vernon Tirey, Reggie Brazzle, Flussell Luke, Dex Edwards and Scott Norris. Bottom right: Ronda Basye and Cathy Oxley k"""'4'-1 honor Theatre Custodian James Hennesse. 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THIS PAGE: Middle: Henry Thoreau portrayed by Vernon Tirey teaches his cellmate Bailey portrayed by Brandon Baade to spell his name in a scene from "The Niqht Thoreau Spent in Jail." Top: Students present "What is Woman?" during Readers Theatre competition. Front row from left are Cindy Williams and Barbara Pearce, Second row are Ronda Basye, Jane Gill and Rick Higqinhotham, Back rovv are Russell Luke and Vernon Tirey Bottom' Homecoming Queen nominee Rhonda Basye and her escort Vernon Tirey. lll THIS PAGE: Top: A scene from "Ah, Wildernessl" shows Mischa Rogers, 1977 Best Supporting Actress, as Belle and Rick Higginbothan, 1977 Best Actor, as Richard Miller. Bottom left: Willy Loman portrayed by David Crawford, faculty adviser, shows frustration of his life during a scene from "Death of a Salesman." Bottom right: Charles Huckabee, 1976 Best Actor, as Nat lVliIler and Shannon Cample as Essie lVliller in a scene from "Ah, Wilderness!" OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Linda Loman portrayed by Mischa Rogers, Bernard portrayed by David Wren, 1976-77 president, and Willy Loman portrayed by David Crawford, faculty adviser, in a scene from "Death of a Salesman." Top right: Rick Higginbotham as Richard lVlilIer reads a letter from his girlfriend to his sister IVlildred lVliller portrayed by Allison Low in a scene from "Ah, Wilderness!" Bottomx Rick l-ligginbotham as Richard lVlilIer flirts with Ronda Basye as Muriel lVlcComber in a scene from "Ah, WiIderness!" I 4--n-1.-in , 'I 2 'Ah, Wilderness!,' 'Death of Salesman Highlight '77 Drama Season 1 Q ,J ,f Q4 v 4? I fiiglg ga '- if Pfifv f"T1-'41 a 1 1 v Tyler Junior College News, project of the journa- lism classes, won its 42nd All-American Rating in the fall. Journalism instructors are Marianne Haralson and Pat Logan. Department Chairman is Dr. Blanche Prejean. The voluntary staff of the TJC Apache Yearbook works Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. Staff sponsor is Marianne Haralson. THIS PAGE: Top left: Lucille Oliver, left, and Allison Low read copy for mistakes before turning it in for publication. Top right: Daily Texan Assistant Editor and Ex TJC News Editor Gary Fendler answers questions concerning working on a newspaper from freshman journalism students. From left are Cynthia Fierro, Diana Howes and Donna Duffy. Bottom: Homecoming Queen Nominee Brenda Hooker and her escort Bobby Hankins. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Nina Rogers, left, and Sandra McKinney check copy for mistakes. Bottom left: Laura Mullen checks News Tip Board for a story. Bottom right: Coeeditors Brenda Hooker, left, and Carla Thornton lay out pages for the newspaper. 1.24 ,,vw10lQ --viv 'mel' S-J' '- 3 1 4 ' I 's vf A'- an 'DJ' 0 , , , NMA, u ,..' . 3.14, 4, acyl . ,p ,, .-,- 4 -f-fr cv A ? '. rih Q 'lf yi ,' An., wt , .,.r-H. .amz- ,, , . .W , 31'-V7 3 ,if A Ulm T"-il! H U V ,z , Q., fl 'Q A 1 1 if f 5 if? ' A if-3' "5 .5-35" , 1 JL Q A K ,fs if In siiffi 2 'Alf A f '4 , , may 5. A a f eg, Q n er gg 1 N 12 '-xi: TJC News, Apache Yearbook ', LZ in -f"ig..1?l1'gi . A ,F A , ,,' ., gp. , ,M dpi, -55 .J V , I f ... f 1,-1, .T yj'g?,2i'gZfgT' " ' f " fi 'D 'fy'- vf-. ff ' - .5 XX , ' gf, "s, 1- 4. M: n f' .,, I .X 2 L R. 3 v. .qs ,J 2 Rod o Club 1 A ww- ,'v'w 2132539 an -FL In :VX .U-.. ' Xiu' rf'- TI? O 0 .i OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left, Edie King tying a goat, Top right: Homecoming queen nominee Edie King with escort Robert Williamson. Bottomt Left, Ricky Norman, Robert Williamson, Bryan Crawley, Devvight Huse, Melissa Horn, Kelly Allen, Kathy Green, Tommy Duckworth, Kelley Taylor, Susan Williams, Judi Webber, Rick Shires, Edie King and Don Huse. THIS PAGE: Top: Judi Webber goat tying. Bottom: Edie King, Pete Clayton, Judi Webber, Rick Shires, Lisa Beggs, Don Coughlan, Bridget Landrum, John Polson, Susan Williams, Don Huse and Kelly Taylor. I K- Hd -iQ2 5'm Officers and NIRA Team OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Denise IVicIVluIIen with onlooker Judi Webber during egg race. Bottom left: Kim Sanders bull riding. Bottom right: Rick Shires practicing bull riding. THIS PAGE: Top: Student Representative Kelly Ailen, Vice President Robert Williamson, President Rick Shires and Secretary Edie King. Bottom: NIRA team members Ricky Norman, Edie King, Brian Crowley, Judi Weber, Rick Shires and Lisa Lohmann. rc' 'tr ry, 2 Ki f""5 ml 1 f I , . I , L I - ',s f -5 .V 4 , J 3 'Vik'-1 A ff" wr- Ha A nu1"""" li" 'ibn-Ildi 32157 V . -,..- it Tl' if H-F fig- - es. 4.914 oi 5- Ad, W.. gf' 2 V 1 A Y .if- .f"' if 'N,,.q . ' v in 119 A . 1 , , g K 9 . 3 'I 4 are B LR' I ' pf "8f':X! 1. . ,3 ' -iff-Tir ' 'QV' ' -fry- ff - . K' Q-fp ' ' 41151, by gflj. a- 6 4 ,. 'Q , 1- , QW N' , N' 01 ' M W' W --.. - gp- , l , A I 'F if o is: A 1 wi 3"- flflfg. l ....-- .'ff-L 1' -,: '-v . 'f ,, 245'.v'5:.,3gg,:' , ' ji" 1. 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Bottom left: Kelly Sanders instructing Mike Connor on bars while Forrest Little- john vvatches, THIS PAGE: Top left: Kathy Dunn, Gina Foster, Nancy Serrett, Janice McGrevv, Barbara Davis, Debbie l-lubly, Rhonda Degge, Leah Petty, Tina Reliford, Pat Weight, Mitzi Ghees, Suzette Arnold, Nina Dovvell, Kathy Seals, Gail West, Shelby Bland, Angela Lovin, Kathy Lazenberry, George Stiles, Debbie Null, Renata Jarrard, Bobbie Smith, Sharon Brooks, Treva Wakefield and Lynette Stevvart. Middle left: Suzette Arnold, Kathy Lazenberry, Barbara Davis, Debbie Hubly, Dathy Dunn, Alan Sparkman and Rhonda Degge. Bottom left, Audrey Woods instructs the class on howto focus, Top rlqht Diana Nailovv instructing Amy Jones on the beam. i l53 Phi Theta Kappa Honor Socief Alpha Omicron Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. Members are chosen by the Faculty and Chapter on the basis of leadership, scholarship, citizenship and service. THIS PAGE1 Top left: Officers are from left, President Billy Hibbs, Secretary Carla Thornton and Vice President John Beckvvorth. Top right: lnitlates sign in. From left are Karen Pesnell, John Sherburn, David Springer and Floyd Ashcraft. Middle left: Members are front rovv from left, Karol Tetrick, Carla Thornton, Malinda Clark and Gloria Nichols. Back rovv from left are Darrell Ellis, Anson Whitton, Doyle Broom, John Beckvvorth and Billy l-libbs. Middle right: President Billy Hibbs and Secretary Carla Thornton preside over fall initiation, Bottom: Enioying refreshments at the Christmas party are from left Gloria Nichols, Malinda Clark and Lena Exum, sponsor. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Fall inmates are front rovv from left, Diana Rix, Patricia McCaa, JoAnn Mueller, Pennie McKeller and Daren Pesnell. Back rovv from left are Thomas Stephens, Floyd Ashcraft, David Springer, Charles Palmer, Nathaniel Simpson and John Sherburn, Middle: Vice-President John Beckvvorth initiates fall pledges, Bottom left: Gloria Nichols serves refreshments at the Christmas party. Bottom right: l-lomecominq Queen Nominee Diana Hovves and her escort Keith l-laltom. 134 Eff lib Xa if .J . 1 'Uncut nr ir? rf: .4 MZ ,7 K :if 'X Zi. A' 'MH 4 vc , ,,f.,N 1 , ,wiki 'M N vs. 'v 1 '. Aix x, J' CT eaf '. I .1 ' . f . A4 ". '7- fv '4 Y Hom Economics vi U' ' if J , 4. ' - 1 - .I . ll - 1 G 1 . 1 1. " Cf' P 411' -Q r re- ,wg 3 . 1 M 1' a - ' ,f N, W- .. - ' f x ,ff r 'Ed 1.--4, , f QSM HQ 'v ,f-'-j Z ' X: CN -I 5 ,M ln, l 'l : ll A T t t. 'lv I 1 2 5 wi fi +36 a O 73' 1 X 'Ape' ,, 3 , ,lv .X.,,, ,,-- 7 iw 'Y t-- ,ff . 'C . '1 r , Q ws .J i ' -' 1..s ' f 1, Vyfld is '1 P? A ' - fQ.:s4,.'?i iq, fliif 1, - -'Q ' 'K " if 3 ,L , V55 J. xx' 2 . - .I , mn' -A- I " F r, t H, -. 1 HK- X i 'L , , , rf' 1 V i ' "'i' Y,-...Q min. . , f ffl." it 'Qi 6 71' ,Q f,jL.i,.:,3,,,?-g",:f'3Ap' J .if A Wfgxmfw . . , A,f?Qz.r1,9nl1, . Yg- ,, LN V, -, N ,LM N, K i NM, . U 4' S, .5 f M .-I ,. 1 ,naar .W W X' s1.."'5n.b. .oF'r X K? Q4 -.J lite i,,6.vMQi . -Qgef i rar! Q ' 2 L k xx S g , ak fius 1 " 1 ,,. 00 an Y'-,, 1' Top left: Home economics float during homecoming parade. Top right: Ginger Williamson and Pam Fuller learning to do the dishes with mechanization. Middle right: Karen Holt, Susan Herring, Lisa Rutledge, Lynn Archer, Ginger Williamson, Traci Ward, Le Anderson, Pat Wright, Sharon Parker, Masako Dairo, Kelly Bayless, Sherry Goenavvein and Mary Milton. Bottom left: Instructors Blanche Gibson and Cynthia Tindel. Bottom right: Belinda Fiozodale, Lisa Brown, Terry Purcell, Sherolyn Ford, Denise Maynard, Patricia Wright, Dii Dague, Lynn Archer, Tina Fiiliford, Pam Gallop, Nancy Blomdahl, Richard Bell, June Williams, Verlena Brisby, Al Macky, Glenda Griffith, Valerie Foison and Masako Dairo. .ll Top left: Home and family living class, Pam Fuller, Ginger Vvilliamson, Pam Gallop, Cindy Carpenter, Mary Miller and Ruby Garvin. Middle left: Class officers Pam Gallop, Patricia Wright, Nouay Blomdahl, Dianne Dague and Lynne Archer. Bottom left: Gerald "Pecos" Carter, Norman Lewis, Arthur Housey, Daniel Diaz, Louis Byrd, Kenneth Graham, Patricia Jackson, Blanche Gibson, Debra Kennedy and Susan Boney. Top right: Kenneth Graham,PatrlciaJackson, Daniel Diaz and Debra Kennedy. Middle right: Louis Byrd. Bottom right: Jene Williams in food preparation class. E,r I I ,ft , i i r . Z., in 5 x 1 f ' H V 'ri-Wk-ie -9 509' . . Jhubwhyu ,X il f ,S 1,15 . wb ' ,Q iii?- -f,91 41 '-us, 1.-.. ll--..-fe I rg , . ,Vx P X in v , ' H Q f 1 xv' ,gtg 7 ' Q Y 1 'I ni, 'rf ' N Ji ' .--H-' 1--.eng ' ' ' ,QQ Nth' ' 'Q N N 2 f .I ff- ' 'ig r V ' -s " " 1 .-js, i"' ,KT . 'J as ' ' "Lis xxqffj -. uf N C 5 5 A- .ss F 0 'S' l "1 if , in r ' ' DH Sw I la mf W- l ,,....-1--f ,I r..,,,,- ff Top left: Mary Miller and Cindy Carpenter using the microwave, Middle left: Lynda Baird and Kathy Jones learning to do laundry. Bottom left: Dianne Dogue. Top right: Richard Bell. Bottom right: Tina Releford, Amy Mackey and Denise Maynard in costume design class. l 41 si " , 1:4 S X if Q, fa .fin As I in? F' lid A J" 4 l Q1 -'lid 4 'ser- -..... UI .I .v-f' , A '. 5x lf" , Na ,qs W 4 ,.1ff4.,,,.,L, ,, ,K . ,,..v,4 1 , ' 41?- ff 37 if .br - j., -flvif , of ,. ,, , , X1 A ,gi-5,4 V r K.-1ez5".i's.6,fui "7 ' - N .,....."-' -' L.. E .,......, ..- 4 1' . .4 ,, ,,.... . . -p., .,. . 1 - ff , . ' 'Wf I A D H 'Is .4 -1.47. -ae.-. K Home Ec Club Top left: Arthur Housey Gerald "Pecos" Carter. Top right: Nlousoka Dauro un tume deslgn class, Middle left: Nouey Blomdahl Belinda Ragsdale. Bottom left: Susan Boney Norman Wnllis. Bottom right' Lisa Brown. ,-1' -1 0 ,Q-igvgjfg' If I' l ,-l - ' 1 4 . T uh . 4 1 'Q -b-4 V 139 and COS' and and x an . ., .. Yellow Ribbon Ti' f M 4 J" .Ag-.. N Q 1 JW ,v 'Q .4 f 'vp .fix f 1 :A Af fit "5 YQ? ' w 5,51 ' 'f 'fi A iff' , ' H,:,,!,, ,, .16 fin , A 3 ,, . 5 9 , A A -., :Ula A.:-.-. ' we .g,g,1L. ' " 'J V 4- Li f '13 . VWJM ' 1 3, . ., , - 4 ,L V V., . 'Z 1 l f f ' x 4 1. x " f J "AA 13' . , ' 'x 5' '4 ,x V. Q , 4' 4- 35 'nh . 'F ' QKM' , , rf , .5 H 'fir 7 x , X V. ,V ' ' f f ' 1 u T' -fr ,, n 'N H- 1 x .7 A 1 . f 'Fw' 'V A 2 x 1 , fs V J - X 1 ef rg 152 N fm ouci Sislerhoo Together OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Sans Souci Sorority officers are sitting from left, Pledge Counselor Leslie Bauer, Chaplain Barbara Santa Cruz, Pledge Mistress Jenny Wofford, Historian Debbie Lawson, Publicity Chairman Laura Lockhart, Vice President Debbie Ouigleyg standing: Secretary Deanna Miller, Sergeant at Arms JoAnne Curtis, Activity Chairman Mary Miller, Assistant Pledge Mistress Camille Wharton, Treasurer Janet Scoggin, Rush Chairman Karen Williamson, President Gigi Gray, Student Senate Representative Susan Thompson, Not shown is Co- Publicity Chairman Stacey Prewitt. Middle: Sans Souci Actives are sitting from left Janet Scoggin, JoAnne Curtis Donna Jaggers, Gigi Gray, second row: Suzy Miller, Cheryl Richardson, Terry Caughron, Barbara Santa Cruz, Laura Lockhart, Debbie Lawson, Mary Miller, third row: Deanna Miller, Leslie Bauer, Susan Thompson, Kim Bartlett, Debbie Quigley, Karen Williamson, Jenny Wofford, Camille Wharton, not pictured are Kelly Smith, Stacey Prewitt, Debbie Stanfield, and Peggy Sampson. Bottom: Souci Pledge Class of '77 are front row from left, Karen Everett, Cindy Webster, Nancy Stringer, Angela Foshee, Rhonda Degge, Doreen Angell, Holli Laney, Tammy Underwood, Sherry Ackley, Rhonda Morrow: second rovv: Kathy Trammell, Kay Lynn Keeland, Elaine Ellen, Danielle Brasher, Nancy Curtis, Carolyn Fisher, Nina Dowell, Vicki Hoover, Cathy Leach, Pam Ragan, Robin Bell, back row: Cindy Cramer, Wendy Wakefield, Ann Thompson, Donna Lopez, Linda Roberts, Teresa Moore, Karen Nordlina, Lisa Brown, Syndy Seldon, and Holley Evans. THIS PAGE: Top: Homecoming queen nominee Donna Jaggers with her escort. Bottom: Sans Souci and Sigma Phi Epsilon display their float which won second place in the Homecoming parade. 941464 Ou pb - v Q Q uv. it wg, 141 f GIGI GRAY President DEBBIE OUIGLEY Vice-President DEANNA MILLER Secretary JAN ET SCOGGIN Treasurer JENNY WOFFORD Pledge Mistress CAMILLE WHARTON Assistant Pledge Mistress KAREN WILLIAMSON Rush Chairman LESLIE BAUER Pledge Counselor LAURA LOCKHART Publicity Chairman STACEY PREWIT Co-Publicity Chairman MARY MILLER Activity Chairman DEBBIE LAWSON Historian SUSAN THOMPSON Student Senate Representative BARBARA SANTA CRUZ Chaplain JO ANN CURTIS Sgt. At Arrns DONNA JAGGERS CHERYL RICHARDSON SUZY MILLER KELLEY SMITH KIM BARTLETT TERRY CAUGHRON PEGGY SAMPSON LINDA ROBERTS TERESA MOORE DANIELLE BRASHER CATHY LEACH KAREN EVERETT HOLLEY EVANS KAREN NORDLING CINDY WEBSTER IP' wi Sans Souc: ROBIN BELL DONNA LOPEZ ELAINE ALLEN NINA DOWELI- KAY LYNN KEELAND SHEFZRY ACKLEY WENDY WAKEFIELD ANNE THOMPSON CAHOLYN FISHER NANCY CURTIS DOREEN ANGELI HOLLI LANEY PAIVI RAGAN CINDY STONE CINDY CHAIVIER ANGELA FOSHEE SYNDY SELDEN RHONDA IVIORROW KATHY TRAIVIIVIELL FIHONDA DEGGE TAIVIIVIY UNDERWOOD VICKIE HOOVER NANCY STRINGEF1 I-45 F: iv E my bw Top Left: Sans Soucis take a moment to pose for the photographer at the Delta Upsilon Mixer. Top right: Pledges take a break at a rush party for a picture. Middle: Sharing and Sharing aiike is part of being a Sans Souci. Bottom: When it rains it pours at the Souci rush parties. 'O Q When H Rains 'lf 5533 2 IX 'W UQ u-'N 1 , . ,, ' Hr. - - . A e. , 4, 'lk Ja , 4 lf . V l --saw, fi . . . l y .n,i,. , .f M ff A e W :QQ ... e : Pours Af Souci Rush Parties I i 111 vi Top Left: Sans Soucis own IVlutt and Jeff. Top right: VVho? Me? Middle left: Souci poses with the cake at the hayrude rush party Middle right: Souci caught by surorise. Bottom: Sans Souci presldentG1gn Gray poses vvuth Soucu collection at the hay ride rush party. -mf A - San Souc 01 Top Left: Sans Soucis display their sister- hood for each other. Middle: Pledges read for actives. Bottom right: Sans Souci motto displayed on their hay ride rush party. Bottom left: Debbie Lawson models an Apache Belle uniform during Homecom- ing. U0 QR OWL! 5004, 0 i . A eff wr 1 8078 GR I 5 P 9 , 4442 mf! nf? X' 7 , ,, 1 ' X 41 . , ,yggylgf -, V, -A lg 4 1 WI -A Top: Sans Souci pledges some- times even act as Florence Nightingales. lVIiddIe left: Soucis work hard durmg the annual blood drlve. Middle rightt Sans Soucls we caught by surprise. Bottom: Actives pose modestly at rush party. 147 X vo 'ix r 1 I w A 1 1 I 1 v Zeta Phi Omeg sy aggwg '1 ...Q Lili 51 f ' W.. ull"',4 u 9116 1 B' if" Kali :C Agia' 1' 1 1 llrt '44 0" 'CSTV' ff? A 'lf I I3 I I! 5' 'ww 1 fr J , "'2fw, 'M I. l Y. 4 , i . 'A-hs. -QLTYJ' 4 ' 'f', :if " 'Rf-!"' F, -. Q2 Sw Xi f . A 1 , c '::'v.ff- ,', nl? A . ' . , . " '::f,,f:3F'f1 Q" ' , , A 51 . vp 411 ,' , M 3 'LL ,bf If I, I ,ni 8' R. lx 1 'ffl' ., , .J- ., I . 'Q kL4f4.,l'.x v"'i- .' V2 KV xx ' rfizi-?f-'M' xw, ' x x sk A T 'f. 'Eb Y " ,V vis' " ' A ,. Q41 'ik -. ' T' ,V , '41, fk X H184 :L i 1-'Q ' Kff' A :W xx YN ' 'ft v- W 7' ' , X xii Xb lt 1' ,ft X -rg, ' ' M K' ,gt Q Af.: "4 Fa .'X Q ' Y RX. ,Tl 'Q OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Melissa Moore and Mr. Doggett with Blood Drive trophy at Senta Meeting. Bottom left: Homecoming Oueen nominee Kim Ford is escorted bv Top right: Zeta Officers Senta Representative Carla Dial, Treasurer Rhonda Bonds, Rush Chairman Suzy Phillips. Secretary Donna Craig, Co-Rush Chairman Melinda Griffith, Intramural Sports and Publicity Tammy Haden, Historian Kim Ford, Pledge Trainer Jenny Brown. Kneeling Chaplain Sherrie Wood, President Melissa Moore, Vice President Denise Maynard, Sgt. at Arms Sharla McGee. Bottom right: Zeta members make last minute touch up on float. THIS PAGE: Top: Homecoming breakfast Middle: First Rush Party Bottom: Pledge Class "FaIl '77" first rally 141 MELISSA MOORE President DeNISE MAYNARD Vice President DONNA CRAIG Secretary RHONDA BONDS Treasurer SUZY PHILLIPS Rush Chairman BECKIE STEPCHINSKI Student Senate Representative TAMMY HADEN Intramural Sports and Publicity KIM FORD Historian SHERRIE WARD Chaplain BILLIE ABERNATHY TRICIA ARMSTRONG CINDY BARRERA KELLY BAYLESS THERESE BURRESCIA KRIS CARLSON CINDY CARPENTER CATHY CARRILLO KATHY DERAMUS ANGIE DIAZ ANGELA DRIGGERS RHONDA HOWELL DEBBIE HYMAN DEBO JOHNSON PAM JUDGE I Actives :x'D A '. 6- - ,fu lui! .,. as 1 -P T17 C ails 1 I b - 1, si" '1' .Ha N "T'7 I. "Nye vpn,- Q 'X 95 H ,xt , wr liz. NIELINDA GRIFFITH Co-Rush Chairman JENNY BROWN Pledge Trainer SHAR LA NICGEE Sergeant at Arms Assistant Pledge Trainer DEBBIE DUFFY Sergeant at Arms Assistant Pledge Trainer CAR LA DIAL Student Senate Representative DEBRA KENNEDY DONNA LEIDECKER LUANN LUNDY TRICIA IVICGUIRE LEA ANN OATES PAIVI PALECEK DONNA POGUE RANTHA POGUE CAROL RICE GAYLA RUSSELL ROBYN SCHULTZ CINDY SIIVIONS MARY STOTI' SHERRI SUNSTRUM COLLEEN TEMPLE GRETCHEN UHL TRACI WARD DEBBIEVVILLIFORD 151 Top: Zeta's have bake sale for money raising project. Middle: Zeta's take a break. Bottom: Zeta's believe an close- ness. 1-w....,,. x K -1 'N-19 s -no-L-W -v 1 ff ' 'lf R nn- -fi' "' ---.A ,-m., P 5 80" , W err., wmv - V x9 wb V eta' Win Spirit Trophy 45 . r Pzwfcxugnafypz- II., gy - ts Quai - ,- 'llmeilcan 7 V' If-Qi- 10' fc E fl -1.5 2 f fa. -l A Jwxx ' ' Q' "Q, eff" 1,4 I .Jv 's Top: Zeta's participate in Intramural Football, lVliddIe: Zeta's prepare for a hayride. Bottom left: Zeta's win Spirit Trophy. Bottom right: Relaxing in the sun. If r 4: I l I l 155 I Zeta s Win Sorority Divisiow 7,4 iff i1ffw1 S' .W-Y V ,J1 vuf-W-': .z-z' 4 ll of Fall Campus Blood Drive OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: From left are Rantha Pogue, Cindy Simons, Cindy Barrera, Cathy Carrillo, Carla Dial and Carol Rice waiting for breakfast. Top right: Kris Carlson. Middle left: From left Jenny Brown, Kim Ford and Cindy Turman at a rally. Middle right: A Zeta gets moral support from sisters during blood drive. Bottom: Pledges during hall hassle. THIS PAGE: Top: From left are Melissa Moore, Kim Ford, Jenny Brown and Carla Adams. Middle left: Zeta's at Halloween Rally. Middle right: A Zeta gets tests done before giving blood. Bottom: Zeta's donated 78 pints during the two day blood drive. They won the sorority division. 'W Hn, N 'U Q f I M . ..,""f df A ii ii it .,,, 1 'Q 'N it 3 ,Af- -Qual-' Qi "'-. T 7 161, , Q , 'Irv' , V 'Qt' ' W X.: .. z mf ,f M 'W , , Aggie l- X 'Aft' - R biz 6' 4. 'XV . . n ,, 5 34,1 41 f- A 4 - H , . , ,.,, , 'Y V M I la.: ' ' if i 4,74 f f-41' 583'-W" , A -mg , ff :QA xv i , P Q, A 3 A x - . rp, o. , so i -2- ,M-:fs ,Mgr .. ,,, , mu te I-W -if-me sf. s .L K Q R0 Y - fu 4.21, ii- ,ff N ,....,,,,,-I-N 4 Y -at-Ll Q. A 3.9371 . ' . 'Aff . if f',..Lf"k, 2 A .. Q. ' X 'X I t ,, ' " , r I" ,' ' 5 . - - " 5, 1 f w , - 1 Alpha Delta Sigma, formed by Sponsor Joy Watson in the ft of 1973, is a junior college sisterhood organized to serve the neei and talents of black women at TJC TH IS PAGE: Top: ADS at play. From back are Vick: George Kathyrn White Sharu Anderson and Chrissandra Brown. Bottom: Homecoming Queen Nominee Chrissandra Brown OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: From left are Sharon Anderson Vickie George Kathyrn White Bes Kirvin and Chrissandra Brown. Bottom: From left are Kathyrn White Vicki George Chrissandra Brown ar Sharon Anderson. ln back is Bessie Kirven r . QW - , Kal' '- , . I Q 1 1 Q Ci: "lj ML. una .. pg i l 1 N F" A 4.94 ,J X 1 'Q 'Q' Jr? 'lf' 'f E, 1 . r x 'T ,A i r K K5 L25 Xl 'QR iw, 71" V X A ' -- 'Q 5 N N U 1 , Q - 4 314' f f "N"'Xf , I -5 M wi Sw 1.4 9- 5212. ' T- Jz. .l 58 ADS Helping Others, Having Fu yr J 1 1 fi , 1: , , xi' ' fy . ff. X 1 1 K , 4 X ,f'f .",f'1 K 'sn:..'. 'L ,J . , l ,, ,I L ' , A - .- 'S 'F K -1 A +A J " 'J s. if 'f 4,7 . ,. if--Jw .M X B 'link - lf, l WV' ind fa A Lf' V! 'N f-"M"'l ,T A5 nk vo. ,nk 2 T ' Q , 3 Q T 5 X OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Seated from left are Bessie Kirver1,ChrisSandra Brown, Kathryn White and Sharon Anderson, Standing from left are Cynthnna Thomas and Karen Williams. THIS PAGE: Bottom left: Homecoming Queen Runner-up Chrissandra Brown and her escort Feliz Waters. r' A Z qi 47 f Y- -5, me-ru Tw Q ,rv I Oldest Sorority On Compu Tau Kappa-the oldest sorority on campus-vvas founded in 1927. lt has been in existence at TJC for 50 years. The sorority placed second in the Rodeo Club Buck-out this fall. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Officers from left are Pledge Mistress Kitty Schaeffer, Treasurer ennie ay Wood. Bottom: Front rovy from left are Sponsor Cynthia Tindel, Kimm Morrison, Greer Gansert, Susie Ferguson, Kitty Schaeffer, Sheila Pryor, Karen Vande-voorf, Nancy Bourland and Debbie Wood. Back rovv left are Liz Williams, Barbara Trout, Janine IVlunsch, Rosemary Featherston and Jennie Mayer. J ' IVI er, Secretary Kim Morrison, Vice President Nancy Bourland and President Debbie THIS PAGE: President Debbie Wood 1 , ,f KL? ,4 V 'Mo-, V xW llml 4 l X 0 I 1 DEBBIE WOOD President NANCY BOUR LAN D Vice President KIIVI MORRISON Secretary SUSIE FERGUSON Rush Chairman JANINE IVIUNSCH Assistant Rush Chairman BONNIE REED Public Relafisns KAREN VANDEVOORT Historian BAR BARA TROUT Assistant Historian ROSEIVIARY FEATHERSTON Sunshine Chairman and Chaplain FP 1""m"v eN'x 'i6"""""' .l JUDI BERRY CONNIE BOSTON Officers, Actives i 3 pix? Q O Whiz, 4 , iff ' x infix "41::f"9" Y., tgp- . .av tr as --sf V ,,,..,,1. . ,r ,,-eg :J-" N 5" Q9 tk ' -Y -5. ' ,UPG-I, ' 5. 'Q 1- , -I X WS d-NJN 4 A i . " At. IU' ra-"Hts .l A QQ. 'Tx 'T JF 4 iv. sa I I I 'u I A O. I 4 K? - Ile. Q ANGI DOOLEY SANDRA JOHNSON JENNIE IVIAYER Treasurer KITTY SCHAEFFER Pledge Mistress GREER GANSERT Pledge Counselor CHERI LEWIS Sergeant At Arms SHEILA PRYOR Student Senate Representative LIZ WILLIAMS Student Senate Representative CYNDY TINDEL Sponsor STEPHANIE CASTLEBERRY BARBARA DENNY THIS PAGE: Top: Planning activities are front from left Jennie lVlayer and Kim IVlorrison. Back from left are Susie Ferguson, Barbara Trout, Janine Munsch and Greer Gansert. Bottom: Making important decisions are Karen Vandevoort, Liz Williams, Sheila Pryor and Nancy Bourland. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Homecoming queen Debbie Wood and her escort Greg Conine. Bottom: TK's participate in Homecoming float competition. il 6-4 A-aaagf.,,,,4W if Q r 1 K if 1 - 1 ,,.,,.v.,, 6 soil'- M , , W. 2 wfvfni ,Jef 2. . -nl 'bil 64 Tau Kappa Hn Action I , JIS, ,Jw ,,, A g,.,p 'h - S1 1 1? QW 1 -' r ' 61?,p!ff4 1 5 9 " im - l Top: InterAFraternity Council Officers: President Joe Byars, Sponsor Alan Barnes and Vice President Joe Dick Smith. Middle: President Joe Byars presides over meeting. Bottom: Front rovv from left are Don Earnhart, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Stan Redding, Delta Upsilong Alan lVlartin, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Joe Dick Smith, Alpha Tau Omega, and Joe Byars, Delta Upsilon. Back row from left are Tim Hunt, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tommy Reardon, Pi Kappa Alpha: L. A. Barnes, l. F. cj Sponsorgand Gary Garrett, Pi Kappa Alpha. ' Inter-Fraternity Counc oordinates Frat Activities jf I '.2a 1-. sh' N. 4 ' M, , vi i Q' p .. "L"a-' . Q' " 41 .4 ' 1 "io 'ring' ff' T, F 'lil .wi A wi no - X I 5 , A x ll . "wif lllll I--I ,if ll -A A Q at mt l,,..ui1ItwulnDf'.I"?f 11 X? lint , at 1-in a:.aaw iii-1.553 Qui A ' i Vg wah? IRE? ,. buh wvfs3:i . 3' 'K.2rxMf5ff1l....!4..i1,f,. i . , WZ: ,jj-, 'F Efs.mf, we is 1 ., V ss Rs 35- : wi " 5 'il Q 1.19.-.sf t U4 'SF .L 'i pc Homecoming bonfire sponsored by the Intra-Fraternity Council. ttrvn: Front rovv from left are Joe Byars, Delta Upsilong L. A. Barnes, I. F. C. Sponsor, Don Earnhart, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alan Martin, ima Phi Epsilon, and Joe Dick Smith, Alpha Tau Omega. Back row from left are Stan Redding, Delta Upsilong Tommy Reardon, Pi Kappa Jhai Gary Garrett, Pi Kappa Alphagand Mark Thompson, Alpha Tau Omega. I SQ? 167 I Alpha Tau Omeg ."N I5 is ,P ,. xxx HN Q 'f 0 ,,- X' GN '57 x.,,7 Fraternity grifitf. all I our '-sf ' '-24? 4-. x OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: David Riley with longtime friend at the annual alumni party. Top right: ATO members display the closeness that makes a fraternity. Center left: Members and their dates get the Saturday night fever. Center right: Alpha Tau Omega Treasurer Mark Thompson. Bottom: Jenny Brown, Billie Abernathy, Melinda Griffith, Angela Driggers, and Kim Ford get together at the October Alumni Party. THIS PAGE: Top left: John Geddie agrees that, "Happiness is having a shoulder to lean on." Top right: A family that plays together, stays together. Center: Glee overcomes Johnny Villanueva while visiting with Rantha Pogue. Bottom: ATO activies take time out from the festivities to pose for a picture. 169 ATO Officers JOE DICK SMITH President TOMMY LEE Vice President MARC ROGERS Public Relations MARK THOMPSON N Treasurer DANNY BASEZ me ' JOHN BONGIAVANIA JIM BRANCH JEFF BUIE JIM BUTLER TONY COBB BRIAN COODY CRAIG DICKERSON JOHN GEDDY MIKE GRIFFITH MILTON HOPSON STEVE JENKINS DAN LAUDERDALE JAY MALONE PHILIP MONIGOLD v- ERIK NELSON 3. I x . 3, QW. - 1 I V R A AZ 'L ' f I 'Y' ef JERRY PALMER TERRY RAY 9, .. ff mp S 5, -1 44 I Z fa. ':. Q' f r bww. I is P' 1 B I 4, , I Q flyer' ,e',If Ms .1 f - I I ,xl f + J' Qc, nr I Actives, Liffle Sisters Q. O 4 V' iii H X - Qi i '34 I 3? .f 1. 2,4 . ' N , X 1 . X I? A.. I fe I 5 I 1 9- ' f I I 2 ssss A I ' I 7 V1 'EJ H . I i R ,l Nx 1 Q ,X P 1, I ,Z Y. A v. ' . I X - . vi vi, 'I' : ff V ':" 1 ' ' I 'I Q . FB, my ' Q - ,- Fo 5 E Vllil Q , -1 yn V Q if l A -Q sQ-1 . I If I I f ' g , f , . l EF Q. -YE I ' I I I sig BONNIE REED il .7 DEBBIEWILLIFORD I 1 X I JI LL WYLI E EEZ., :if X I gg ' 1 If .QI 0- 0 .ak T I 4, DAVID RILEY ROBERT RYAN TIM SHILLINGS BUBBA SMITH MIKE STEPHENS KEVIN TOWNSEND JEFF TYLER JOHNNY VILLENUEVA JIMMY WHEELER BILLIE ABERNATHY THERESE BURRESCIA CINDY CARPENTER DEE CHAMBLESS JOSETTE CULLINS MELINDA GRIFFITH CASEY HUGHES DEBRA KENNEDY DONNA LOPEZ RANTHA POGUE 171 Top: Pledge trainer Mike Ware, President Joe Dick Smith and Treasurer Mark Thompson preside over meeting. Middle: ATO Brothers Kevin Townsend and Joe Dick Smith. Bottom: ATO's listen attentively during meeting. J' 5 - I Z Qs X L A 4:9 35. Q. N "i 6 X N Alpha Tau Omega fi ,....x l' al!- pw- -... Qi --H 7 , .sd 2 -4 u X Q . s,-'X ' 'ix ,v X K l W! Fraternity all QQ ,DQ 'tt I 64 wfqgggqw- if 7 'L 'x Kqfi - X if il ' t L! fs: eg K 1-A ,J ifias is u 55N I , Q 4 tl if i 1 A qs-QL h' W., 4- , vu , ...- A I af Jia an .jar Q Yi .2 Gu X ' Top left: Homecoming Queen Tammy Haden and escort David Riley. Top right: Little Sisters President Billie Abernathy. Bottom: ATO Little Sisters front row from left, Sheri Sunstrom, Fiantha Pogue, Donna Lopez, Dee Chambless, Cindy'Carpenter, second rovv Billie Abernathy, Debby Williford, Jill Wylie, Donna Leidecker, Therese Burrescia, Tammy Haden, top rovv, Melinda Grigffith, Debby Wood , Bonnie Reed, Debi Cyphers and Josette Cullins. Not pictured are Debra Kennedy, Leslie Buntz and Kelley Smith. With ATD s Top: Therese Burrescia and Joe Mark Highnote. Middle left: Little sister Billie Abernathy. Middle right: Debbie Wortherford, Carl McCoslin, Casey Hughes and Steve Tomlinson seem to be having a good time. Bottom: ATO studs front row from left, Buster Idaho, Tim Shillings, Terry Ray, Jay Malone, Jimmy Wheeler, John Geddie, top row, Mike Stephrens, Milton Hopson, Robert Ryan, Tony Cobb, Jim Branch and Jeff Tyler. Bottom: ATO Brothers front rovv from left, Mark Thompson, Buster "Idaho" Scatesg second row, Tommy Lee, Joe Mark Highnote, Tim Shillings, Jay Malone, top rovv, Jerry Palmer, Robert Ryan, Mike Griffith, Danny Basez, Craig Dickerson, Jim Butler, Dan Lauderdale, Eric Nelson and Gary McCasIin. Nl. Top: Joe Dick Smith, Craig Dickerson and Donna Lie- decker caught by surprise. Middle left: Snooze time for ATO president Joe Dick Smith. Middle right: Johnny Villanueva and Rantha Pogue. Bottom left: Tim Shillings and Brian Malone at party. Bottom right: Joe Dick Smith and Tommy Lee discuss important ATO business. Bottom: Jerry Palmer, Mike Waire, Tommy Lee, Mark Thompson and Joe Dick Smith before trip to New Orleans. 1 ' ' I.'ZYQ.Q-lm v ' kg pd fwfr QREJ is -we" rx 3 T 1' ' A fini xiii qw-nu mn.,-, ,,,,,', ,,.,.-nvvlf' .www R UMR? A humfegq ,. I ll- '1 Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity - Lp .. 1 'll' I I1 1 ,. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Pikes actives and little sisters in TeePee. Center: Pikes officers Treasurer Mike McClung, Vice President Erik Liptak, President Bradford Reeves and Secretary Nelson Halverson. Bottom: Pikes and little sisters in front of school. Back rovv left, Dave Corbett, Nelson Halverson, Dennis Bediford, Kelly Maxvvell, Bradford Reeves, Erik Liptak, Mike McClung, Byron Nelson, Mike Bronaugh, Kenny Steelr. Front rovv left, Ellen Barton, Pam Holloway, Lisa Helms, Vicky Vestal, Kacy Kirk, Sheila Gill, Debra Page, Theresa Boyd, Lanette Palmer, Pam Leahy, Lynn Dormanand, Melissa Holy. THIS PAGE: Top: Pledges in their "thinking position." Center: Pikes' Little Sisters. Bottom: Officers for little sisters are Kacy Kirk, Debra Page, Theresa Boyd and Sheila Gill. 177 Hg: :ll I!! I!! :gi sz: zz: ::: :ss zz 2543 'ffhqg Theta Iota Chapter Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity Tyler Iunior College -A ,I ,. erflrll ll, ' l I Ill Ill llr fs: 'll Ill ull Ill u Ill I nl lu ui I lil U J Pikes-Any Way V Q You Spell ll OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Actives Pikes having fun spelling out P K A in front of school. Middle left: Pike officers stand in front of Pikes' banner at rush party to let rushee know vvho is NUMBER "1 Middle right: Jim Pennington, Mike l-ligginbotham, Kacy Kirk and Kelly Maxwell wash car for Pikes work project. Bottom: Homecoming queen nominee Kacy Kirk is escorted by Dennis Boditord. THIS PAGE: Top: Pikes express their goals on the front Iavvn. Center: Alumni and actives together at Pike party. Bottom: Pledges made up to enter in to the Pike brotherhood. Pledges are Byron Nelson, Tommy Reardon and Dane Shiflett. .1 ,A . M'0tAQ' THIS PAGE: Top left: Debra Page, Jo Flannery and Todd Lyon at Rush Party, Top right: Ellen Haley, Mary Harvey and Theresa Boyd team up at Pikes' car vvash. Center: Pikes and Little Sisters, Bottom: Jim Pennington, Nelson Halverson, Steve Boyd and Dave Corbert work at car wash. 'Yu QS: ri 'if v 14, 1 'za 'Y,,,,4 l l Q I i 1 P 'l' ,fl ,Q I l l Old and New 'D-1 !1,f:' gc, L., M ' 4,3 Q kg., ob SKI: c 'K 'Q'-I lg ' ' t l S Q 3 Q K C u,,,sm: ,1 1 'ii' "5'sHr'f ' I 'I K lxbxt va "W x '-I -"vu ,, ' THIS PAGE: Top: Alumni and Actives at party. Bottom: Sheila Pryor, Scott, Phillip Nloore and Ellen Bardion at Pike Tau Kappa mixer party. KI 4 t .. QA I we ' x X 'W ' A f 8 03, g an ,, , np. . A 2 as rg r ' T421 I' I 3 Zn .-...QL Vi. ,ary . H s-1 . 'wfwfzi U amz ml f, H ,gg , mmf 'ir 2' 50- ff' wang? 41 W- ' 45. 84", Pikes al Play ::: :sa ::: E55 E Eli -.i Pls ala if ivf' 4' . 1133 OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Having fun at rush party lVlarcie Allen, Kim Leazenby, Kirk Derryman, l-lolley Phillips and Dianne Lee. Top right: Brad Reeves, Chuck Huff, Brian Jones, Phil Walden and Dave Corbett hike bythe river bed. Center left: Debra VVhatley and lVlark Harrel at Homecoming party. Center right: The down falles of the Pikes. Bottom left: Rushee, at Pikes' party. Bottom right: Tommy Reardon says just one more round. THIS PAGE: Top: Pike workout for football, Center: Fall pledges. Center: Alumni and actives together at Pi Kappa Alpha party. Bottom: The gang at Rush party. 4 185 Sigma Phi Epsilon THIS PAGE Top Sig Eps Executive Cornmittee'ControlIer Gary Garrison, President Alan Martin, Pledge Master Terry Everrett,'F?ecorder Kelly Sanders and Vice President Mitch Welch. Bottom: Golden Hearts ofthe Sig Eps Back left, Susan Thompson, Debby Quigley, Lisa McCrery and Laura Lockhart. Front, Susie Phillips, Stacy Prevvitt and Beckie Stepchenski. A-5 wail!! 'Ui 11 29? 5 -. . ., M, ,.4' 'rl' M. . .4 -0 1 wwf' In .2 qi A, P 'V t " Y not tp ,lf , . te ,, H v' , . I .11 , ,I 245' Ui vu' ik. 1-' I Q I 6. 1453, 'Y THIS PAGE: Top: Alan Martin accepts award for Homecoming Float. Center: Golden Hearts in school Iavvn. Bottom: Alan Martin, Steve Strength, Kelly Sanders, Robert Penka, John Barrnett, Gary Garri- son, Terry Everrett, Mitch Welch, Mark Benton, Alan Younts, Hal Williams, Tim Hunt, David Neil, Lavverance Bingley, Dean Coorhour, Don Earnhart, Eddie Castleberry, Mike Brovvn, Bobby Van Cleave, Bob Thedford. Pledges join arm in arm for true brotherhood. fflf Y SS,--L-Q t view. at 't-ii.. -k'il.,,f.., r " .fu-wff 185 , ' ' 'l 9'4" y ,Q Q,,.:-q5 Sig Ep Mixers, ' Ru h Parties li I .1 wif, . 4.59 Li. f 1.3: :..1-fr" ,in Y A ' tt, t ' ,j ' " tf - LM- 1 ,J vs TH IS PAGE f Top Sigma Phi Epsilon Golden Heart Carla Adams with escort Alan Martin in Homecoming parade in exe Jim Ford's car. Center left: Sig Eps gang en1oy party vvith dates. Center right. Sig Ep rush party. Center: Sam Hyden, Gary Garrison, Hal Williams and Kirk Curtis. Bottom left: Pool Sharks David Seeley and Alan Younts looking for an easy game. Bottom right' "Brave Sig Ep's give blood." Kirk Curtis looks on as pledge Greg Bearig gets up from giving blood. "Qt .. 43 1,3 N nl a. tk. 1 .r"'e it . 1 '-.SL -Ni? J l 4 fi'- T' : xiii' 3' tel cg4:Af? ' ia . 310' THIS PAGE: Top: Sig Eps know Debby, Alan and Susan as "The Cheese Eating Trio." 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I-I H. 2 f' v..,,,', . 6 I Q I rf. ik ,faplfzlk M T- 1-.' . ' . . V g. , . Q 1 ' - T 1, A- zf 1 1 ' ' 1 'I l 4 1 1.54, i ' rf' ' ie I1 1 . -L. THIS PAGE: Topf Sig Ep party lVlitch Welch, Gigi Grey, Wendy Wakefield, Ann Thompson and Kelly Sanders, Center: Rush Party for Sigma Phi Epsilon. Stacey Prevvitt, Nancy Stringer, Robert Penka and Buster Cage attend. Centerg Golden Hearts and Sigma Phi Epsilon enjoy each other's company. Carla Adams, Tim Hunt, Coleen and John Barnett. Bottom: Pyramid of True Brotherhood. nv! yr 'v'.,qK K 1 JP ..,'w agar, 7 ,,1,, I 5, , ',.y,"" .1 , nfgfgr Hr 1 3' 1' 9340, 4, y,,.,, V H. , V. ,,.A , ,, , J . In ' .An . K ' U' 3' 'V we 9,54 rn - i 'X Sig Eps Promote Brotherhood L. C-. A 1 ,J PV- '53 Top left: Sig Ep Exes Greg "Beaver' Johnson and Steve Wilder. lVliddle: John Barnett, Eddie Almound and Doyle Smith say cheese for the photographer. Top right: Homecoming queen nom- inee Carla Adams and escort Presi- dent Alan lVlartin. Bottom left: Gigi Gray and Debbie Quigley at Sig Ep homecoming party, Bottom right: The Golden Hearts standing from left Suzy Phillips, Stacey Prewitt, Beckie Stepchenski, Carla Adams and Laura Lockhart, Sitting from left Lisa lVlcCresy, and Debbie Quigley. in 'S ,gf -1 189 i if Y ,. , , 4. . .li ii .. 5E ' . i 4-. K 'A' an ew y- , U Q ... X is , lf W-. ' A J ,. If ,ff if Sig Eps af Party Tim if-QI J' "r ,- ltr! i l il at B. f 1 If ' 1'4-5-'IQ' 4' Al"2.nln' fn' KWH Lf- ,-, ,1x-- '14 xi OPPOSITE PAGE: Top right: Stacey Prevvitt and Dean Coughnoir at Sig Ep party. Top left: Sig Ep and date at mixer. Bottom left: Danielle Brasher and Sig Ep at party. Middle: Sig Ep's and little sisters from top left Beckie Stepchenski, Terry Everett, Steve Strength, John Barnett, Alan Martin, Mitch Welch and Lisa McCresy. Front from left Robert Penka, Kelly Sanders, Susie Phillips, Mark Benton, Alan Younts, and Gary Garrison. THIS PAGE: Top left: Steve Strength, Mitch Welch, Alan Martin and Mark Benton. Top right: Stacey Prevvitt and Gary Garrison relax a moment at Sig Ep party. Middle right: New Golden Hearts from left Leslie Bauer, Martha Elliot, Cindy Cramer and Danielle Brasher. 191 Delia Upsilon Topt Delta Upsilon homecoming queen nominee Kimmie Janes vvsth her escort Stan Redding. Middle and bottom: DU little sisters. ,f I ...X .ev .,v 11 7 I' A' Hlvnt 21541. SCI -. ' . lvl...-,u . . wr- 96 it 0 'F Jr rw n xy .. . I 0, -t 1 N11 . uf., i T 1 ' 7 3 X x 1 DDQ, X 5 xl' I 'Z 1 L9-cr. K ' Q 74 f F Q ' 'f N' K nm s 'E : 3 ia Top: DU actives front row, Corky Boyd, Terry lVlartin, Joe Byers, Tim Cavenderg second row, Gregg Burger, Richard lVlcGee, Jon Bijork, Stan Redding and Terry Walker. IVliddle: DU actives front row, Terry Knowles, Bobby DelaRosa, Billy Cude, Jimmy RolphRolf, Rick Campbell, Robert Durham, second row, Joe Hillhouse, Ray Ogdden, Chris Smith, Bob Cavnesz, Rick Shires, Kean Jalowry and Will Few. Bottom: DU Little Sisters. From left are Sherry Mays, Shari Ackley, Debbie Lawson, Tammy Underwood, Debbie Duffy, Nina Dowell, Carole Rice, Carolyn Fisher, Kathy Brown, Chris Cuca. 193 ' x Delta Upsilon A 2 If f ' 1" I 4 i y 1 v ,I i. 'Asif' V , f 'A P"-". S Xxuglthf if , J if f iv- .Y "7 3 1 '. 29" 43 MC. i Aff 5 Q D51 Z a'Xl1' N A K 4. ff. '-.s ,A K 5 1 I M an Involvement PRES XX llii , " 1 ' Ali, X x url. M 1, 17 41. 5- . Q C if pw , 'A' OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Jon Hogan, John Perdue, Ray lVlay and Chris Smith pose with little sister Lisa Suitor. lVliddle left: Gregg Burger and little sister Cindy Berrera. lVIiddle right: Joe Byers and Kathy Derarnus dance to the beat at the Howdy Dance. Bottom: Sherry Ackly and Jon Hogan at DU party. THIS PAGE: Top: DU's participate in the annual blood drive. Nliddle: Terry Knowles, Gregg Burger, Cindy Simons and Billuy Cude discuss DU business. Bottom: Stan Redding and Nlark Faulkenberry with little sisters Cindy Simons and Pam Judge. l X13 H 6 Q. Ay ,. eritffs 9 it ' ,Q X W xx AX.. hu. , x iwtflsf, ,. i - N X - .W D ? 3 I . . a, Q, fr, ,JN f .4 95 DU' Party 'Nl 'ir'-,7- ., E. 4 0 ,. Top: Debbie Lawson, Kimmie Janes, Joe Byars and Sandy Gober dance the night away at the Shriner's Dance Middle left: Debbie Lawson, Janet Scoggins and Melody Butler find getting their picture taken amusing. Middle right: Did you hear about ? says Terry Walker to Mary Newton and Liz Green at the Shriner's Dance. Bottom: DU's at the Shriner's Dance. Bottom: Soul Train at the Shriner's Dance. ,gh vu 75 ,IW ,-'U rv 2 J' In L iigff -ly' 4 f ' ' .V-, ' 4 ,sf W 5 .. , , . ," , 'Z v ,Ar Top left: To DU's says Jon Hogan. Top right: In the drivers seat is DU president Stan Redding and his faithful companion Terry Walker. Middle left: DU'S enjoy the Autumns Trail Trail Ride in Winrisboro. Middle right: DU's chow down at the Autumns Trail Trail Ride. Bottom: The Lone DU. Bottom: Terry Walker, Debbie Lavvson, Tony Naokes and Wayne Dickey take a nap after a long day at the Autumn Trail Trail Ride. "UN-11 197 DU' In Action. inn- ,A THIS PAGE: Top: DU's shovv their spirit at a pep rally. Middle: DU president Stan Redding aids damsel in distress. Bottom: DU's lead Thanksgiving food drive and donate 1,600 cans to the Salvation Army. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Stan Redding at his surprise party. Top right: DU's work at the car vvash. Middle lefrp ous at TK mixer. -" Middle right: DU's and little sister take a break at the car vvash. Middle left: The DU Duck never fails to make an appearance. Middle right: Fun at car vvash. Bottom left: DU's even wash the big ones. Bottom right: "She did it," says Stan Redding pointing to Kimmie Janes. rv '1-1. " Lv xfx ya. x. an ' X E ,, - ' 'Y..' 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Climbing up tree are from bottom Bay Mays, Bobby Delalflosa and Tim Cavender. uf' Bw A. ' 7' l 1, I -, ff, qc?" I gd 4 4 -Y . r V' 4' ' ,1. ', ..' - 4 ll .-4' 1 y l ' .. ,, 512. 'B S ' P I . , '." 'fgzzciq A, 3582 1 i Q. -,J .in 225 P 201 Yangs Unite ,, Independent M , J 5 , RN ,ww rw ,, A ,ww ' s 01 ' 5 14' sl ' ' 5' Q """f W' , :L ' 1655533 5 wwf' f-M We rf? Top left: Yangs clown around Top right: Yangs Theresa Moore and Dennise Maynord Bottom front: Jim Randolph, Joe Graham, David Smoak, Bobby Bassett, Gary Kempt and Dean Hamilton. Back: Mark Marshall, Marc Chris Herrin, Mike Coulter, Duane Guthrie, Eddie Bassett, Tom Bosworth, Mike Lamberth and Walter Gadberry. Top front: Sherrie Ward and Theresa Moore Back: Dennise Maynard and Ronda Bonds Nliddle: Yangs party it up. Bottom: Yangs football team, Front: Eddie Bassett, Dean Hamilton, Joe Graham, Hank Edwards and Bobby BassettgBack: Mark IVIarshaII,Chris Herrin, Jim Randolph, David Smoak and Tom Bosworth 42 ll Flivilw' .Mi 45221 J at Kappa Kappa Psi' 'Wulf fl l S C 4 9 , Q , 1. 1 2 W1 O 6' O xi 0 ! ,I , vu Top: Kappa Kappa Psi officers from left are front rovv, Historian Tim Stevens, President Mike Johnston, Treasurer Chris Cal back rovv, Sergeant-at-arms Scotty Snyder, Secretary John Larrison, Vice President Bill Scott and Pledge Trainer Billy Hibbs Bottom: Active and pledge class officers are front rovv, Johnny Calzada, Joe Odom, Steve Crank, Charles Turner, back Stevens, Mike Johnston, Scotty Snyder, John Larrison, Bill Scott, Sponsor Jack Smith, Billy Hibbs, Chris Caldwell. Band Fraternity .I ' l ., so il' . , 5-ii ., N.. A ,HJ Kappa Kappa Psi is a 32-member honorary band fraternity founded at TJC in 1973. Members serve the band by unloading buses on trips and helping with luggage. Their mainfund-raiser this year was a slave sale which netted 3428. Top: Pledge class officers are from left,President Joe Odom, Vice President Steve Crank, Secretary Johnny Calzada, Treasurer Charles Turner. Middle: High point pledges are from left, Steve Crank, third, Greg Dawson, second, Russ Hobbs, first: and G. S. A. recipient Johnny Calzada. Bottom: Pledge class from left, kneeling, Johnny Calzada, Scott Gusa, Steve Boyd, Craig Parksg second rovv, Clinton McLaughlin, Greg Dawson, Russ Hobbs, Mike Malone, Roy Green, Steve Crank, third rovv, John Liberton, Keith Hackler, Danny Daniels, Ricky Warren, Joe Odom, Charles Turner. Not pictured are Bernard Allen and Steve Walker. 205 Kappa Kappa Psi with sister sorority Tau Beta Sigma. From left are front row, Steve Crank, Johnny Calzada, Danny Pinkerton, Justin Maxwell, Mike Johnston, Howard Harris, Tim Stevens, second row, Scott Gusa, Craig Parks, John Liberton, Scotty Snyder, Bernard Allen, David Wright, Keith Hackler, Greg Dawson, Steve Boyd, Roy Green: third row, Stormy Colburn, Glenda Norman, Fioganne Perry, Paula Snyder, Laura Murray, Cheryl Clark, Susan Miles, Marilyn VViIson, Karen Holt, Cheryl Chance, Lenita Chapman, fourth row, Steve Walker, Billy Hibbs, Charles Turner, Clinton McLaughlin, Scott Norris, Jeanne McKay, Russ Hobbs, Chris Caldwell. .vw vu.. I s n .a ,. r 0' 0 , 4 'O ,av af' mv' t-: , . E: OO gl EE, ilillv-lr-mf uni iii? 1321954813531- iigiigiii Q , ""-RD KU ' ' REX appa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta Sigma 1 GN NHEBN11 Q3.I9'E.hEvi-fi lillif'f'4v1+4!-' ugffbfmwd Hz' Qiitiiff Oil ' li 'W Wg' 157431 gg.. 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A LENITA CHAPIVIAN President KAREN HOLT Pledge Trainer SUSAN IVI I LES Secretary CHERYL CLARK Treasurer ROGANNE PERRY Historian LAURA MURRAY Parliamentarian lVlARlLYNN WILSON Student Senate Representative PEGGY VAUGHN GLADYS BEST Sponsor 611. Chance. i Pledges from left are Stormy Coburn Glenda Norman, Jeanne lVlcKay, Paula Snider Cheryl 20 BT N, K,ia,f:f.' Qjfnyfh 1 Al. .A ul au Be ITIU1 5 Z s 2 Gel to Know Each Other e -,, ,g 9-. 'Q-q..,,,-V l l Q E l 4 l l l OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Glenda Norman at rally. Top right: Fall pledges. Middle left: At rally are Laura Murray and Stormy Coburn. Middle right: At kidnap breakfast are Glenda Norman and Roganne Perry. Bottom right: Pledges dance away the night at a rally. THIS PAGE: Top left: Seeing clearly now are pledges Paul Snider, Stormy Coburn, Jeanne McKay, Sherry Nolan, Cheryl Chance. Top right: A c-reery Cheryl Chance. Middle: Paula Snider at play. Bottom left: Pledge class. Bottom right: Paula Snider and Big Sis Clark. lk 2 Apache Ban ,..-J 'LJ Top: Lab Band members from left are: Karol Tetrick, Stormy Coburn, Betty Wood, Karen Holt, Cheryl Chance, Carl Johnston, Ronald Lynch, second row, Tommy Sewall, Wayne Berry, Danny Pinkerton, John Reed, third row, Paula Snider, Bayne Bacon, Chris Caldwell, William Few, David Wright, Mike Johnston, Cheryl Clark, Dorothy Jones: back row, Rusty Honeycutt, Russ Hobbs, and Bobby Adair. Middle: Band managers from left are: Mike Malone, Glenn Thomas, Larry Holbrook and Greg Jenkins. Bottom: Flag members from left are: Susan Barton, Kim Arringtion, Kathie Cooper, Mary Flournoy and Sylvia Barnes. 3 : 5.1 . x If g 53 vw ,W I ,gf til micif asv V ' Alrygfel 7' i TYLER , TEXAS 'ff AMS! I 4"Z'2fz5?7'::R'3' 9??'f'C 777 ff 1 ., ,gf cm, .ff . Ha. 'iz , ,il ,n, - .- 'avyf 1 ' li 4 v .V ,, 4 .f veg , . ".-- , v 5 7 1.-. , .,, ,4 ,.,. M z4'4',. ,. 1' ,..j','-2' , , Veqfv. fa-ag' . ivihsgu V Ji. wr. 1 A- '.. 454 "tat "'n?'.'f-.tina-.Asia Top left: Band Homecoming Queen nominee Karol Tetrick and escort Mike Johnston. Top right: Apache Band princess Dorothy Jones. Middle: The people behind the scene. Diane Mercy, secretary: Jack Smith, Apache band director, Gladys Best, woodwind director, and Karol Tetrick, librarian. Bottom: Tuba section members are from left, Justin Maxwell, Steve Boyd, Keith Hackler, Charles Turner and Alfred Elder. '. r, QI 'S 215 ,, .1 s ' VV, 5 vv '5 xfv Q. 1 fu, 'XXX .. jj Y 1 l ff 1 NX! .V ll 2 T L A 3 T , ae. Top: French Horn section from left, Ricky Wise, Catherine Abbott, Jill Staples, Roganne Perry, Stephen Krough, Sandra McKinney, Susan Gregory, Tim Bruner and Tim Stevens. Middle: Flute section members from left, front rovv, Susan Barton, Jennifer Whitney: Back, Kathie Cooper, Stormy Coburn, Sherry Nolen, Karol Tetrick, Amy Makcey, Kim Arrington and Sylvia Barnes. Middle: Trombone section members are from left, front rovv, Steve Walker, Karolyn Weidig, Lenita Chapman, Pat Smith, Jeanne McKay, John Reed: back row, Carl Miller, Tommy Sewall, Richard McGee, Danny Pinkerton, Roger Nunnally and Wayne Berry. Bottom: Saxophone section members from left, front rovv, Julie Britt, Janice Hamilton, Connie Lloyd, Mary Tackettg middle row, Jane Adkins, Terri Smith, Paul Sanford, Mary Barber, Carl Johnston, Karen Holt, back row, Ronald Lynch, Ann Pruett, Betty Wood, Kellie Allen and Griff Danheim. 233, if 145 its mf fff, :ti NV af' r . . l , 331 15:27 X L aff A sf A 1 , , " nv, 1 ' XZ X5 XZ 3 1. K E5 r 1 X3 ,a gl f 4 li X, N iiug fa fs-Jil . M M9 ' , .l. fx Q A A ei -- ln Q.. X1 xf Q nk . Xf it , -- ir ,nl l y - 1 J .- if 1- gg ", 'r V, ,,"ff ," 3.5 .f af. H nil fr-Ls,-3 . "faux A Y 1 01- A3 0 ,Q V i ' " 7 ll 2 Q' I vx '23 ' f A I I Y Q 'Q ,. Top: Percussion section members from left front row, Scott Snyder, Steve Crank, second row, Scott Norris, Eddie Johnston, Roy Green, Ricky Ricks, Jimmy Shoemaker, Marilyn Wilson, Charlene Decuir, Nathaniel Ford, Russ Hobbs, Craig Parkes, Russell McCollom, Rusty Honeycutt and Bobby Adair. Middle: Baritone section members from left front row, Melissa Moore, David Martin, Paul Underwood, Dale Miller, Charles Thomas, back row, Mark Reeves, John Liberton, Danny Daniels and John Larison. Middle: Clarinet section members from left, front row, Laura Murray, Charlotte Miller, Brenda Corley, middle row, Kerri Centelli, Diane Gipson, Cathy Leach, Cindy Cagle, Cheryl Chance, Elisa Slaughter, Debbie Bennettg back row, Senetta Mallard, Brenda Coon, Dola Morgan, Tom Stephens, Paula Snider, Mary Flournoy, Phyllis Cowan and Gai Harris. Bottom: Trumpet section members from left, front row, Greg Dawson, Carolyn Waggoner, Scott McCollum, Chris Caldwell, second row, Bayne Bacon, Cheryl Clark, Carla Matthews, Dorothy Jones, Tammy Beard, Howard Harris, back row, Brent C. Taylor, Russell Kidwell, William Few, Joe Odom, David Wright, Mike Johnston, and Paul Gilbert. 215 Apache Belles Wow Super Bowl Fans With Parisienne-Style Halffime Show' 15,1 Q suglligrnty guna iii! Alfie swim' M a . - e " V --'r taught clll Al X 1 tw v' :Q '1' it 6 le e e Ili! , 1 4, H If Mi The Apache Belles, Band and Harmony and Understanding are not only familiar to East Texans but to 75-100 million other people who viewed Super Bowl XII. Texas not only had the Dallas Cowboys representing them but also the Belles, Band and Harmony and Understanding. James Skinner of Dallas, producer of Super Bowl XII halftime, made the formal invitation in late November. Twenty Belles, Stage Band and Harmony and Understanding performed at the Commissioner's Ball January 13. Then came the big day they had all been planning for-Jan. 15. The Belles performed hoop, cancan, dance and high kick routines to the music of "IVlimi," "Evening in Paris," "Cancan" and "Fanfare." Famous jazz clarinet player Pete Fountain also performed during the halftime show. The trip to Super Bowl XII was a trip which many people will never forget. For many it was a once in a life time experience. SHEERY ACKLEY Grapevine CAR LA ADAMS Pittsburg DOREEN ANGELI Lewisville LYNN ARCHER Humble TRICIA ARMSTRONG Pasadena CYNTHIA BARRERA Edinburg DENISE BEAUGH Hamshire-Fannett LISA BEGGS Tyler MELINDA BESS Houston DANIELLE BRASHER Conroe CATHY BROWN Grand Prairie CHRISSANDRA BROWN Mount Pleasant LISA BROWN Corpus Christi THERESE BURRESClA Dallas CATHY CARRILLO San Antonio TERRY CAUGHRON De Soto JULIE CLARK Hemphill CATHY CRAIG Brownsboro CINDY CR AMER Conroe DIAN E DAGUE Richardson KATHY DERAMUS Tyler Apache I fd? ,o lv -51 461' :S fi 1, fi fi lf' .QI A 1 '-9 N. R'- .1iLZff?gQ'5' f " ' fav i f, ,Q Q, 'az R. y I V Q , ,te H if-, U-by rv ,R X ' .A is Qig' YA X VA - 1' , 1, 4 P ii, 5 l " 'Z Q ' N ' f :Lfnr X , , 4 1- ,wb 1,32 shi-3 J siv u lflj PM at 3- - .0 - 'uv I. l K 4' 4-r"'.V "4 ,Q ,. 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A ..yLii a.y1 j: .', .,, ff' i, s J 1 ,, ,f f iv , ak, CAR LA DIAL Taylor PENNY DOUTHIT Palestine LAUFIIE KAY DUNIVIAN Tyler HOLLEY EVANS Tyler CAROLYN FISHER Sherman DIXIE FISHER Grapevine KIM FITZGERALD Tyler KIIVI FORD Farmersville IVONDA GOSS Tyler TAIVIIVIY HADEN Pasadena BECKY HICKS Lindale BONNIE HOLCOMB Gunter VICKIE HOOVER Grapevine DEBRA HUTCHINGS Dallas DONNA HUTCHINGS Dallas DEBBIE HYIVIAN Pasadena ANITA JEFFERSON Dallas BRENDA JONES Tyler DEBRA KENNEDY Tyler JEANIE KISER Tyler HOLLI LANEY Farmers Branch DEBBIE LAWSON Tyler 219 CATI-IY LAZENBERRY Houston DONNA LOPEZ Houston LUANNE LUNDY Lafayette, La. SANDY MCCAULEY Hemphill LISA MCCREARY Mesquite DENISE MCMULLEN Springhill, La. CINDY MILLER Tyler DEBBIE MORRIS Longview RHONDA MORROW Lindale CHARLOTTE MOSLEY Tyler LORI NAVE Sapulpa, Ok. GLORIA NICHOLS Frankston KAREN NORDLING Keller PAM PALECEK Tyler PENNE PIERCE White Oak NANCY PHILLIPS Tyler SUZY PHILLIPS San Antonio DONNA POGUE Dallas RANTHA POGUE Emory CAROL RICE Anna CHERYL RICHARDSON Waco DEBBIE RICHMOND Longview LYNDA ROBERTS Tyler LINDA GAIL ROGERS Beaumont GAYLA RUSSELL Dallas JANET SCOGGIN Edmond, Ok. BECKY SLRITCHFIELD Tyler SYNDY SELDEN San Augustine TINA SIMMONS Mesquite KELLEY SMITH Houston SHANNON SMITH Dallas TAMMY SMITHEY Lindale RENEE SNYDER Tyler MARY THIBODEAUX Beaumont JANAY TOLBERT Woodville CINDY WEBSTER Dallas CYNTHIA WHEELER Van KAREN WILLIAMSON Kenner, La. 221 l l I Singing Apaches Concert Choir W W ao- . s :S I . 5 P ' . i"',!" V I ew, .- sg-v. - ' A I N If - 1 1 ..- ve. Ax Vx u . 1' 5 7 4- 3 ,.x,,,,.. V-M, ""' Top left: Singing Apaches perform in the fall Pops Concert. Top right: Homecoming queen nominee and her escort. Bottom: Singing Apaches perform in the Tyler Rose Festival coronation. J ol ,fi 3 I f!!f1A 312K I I . , 5' L ff This page: Scenes from the 1977 spring production of "South Pacific performed by the concert choir and speech and drama department. X 9 X 225 Harmony and Understanding Harmony and Understanding named television star Sandy Duncan honorary member in her '77 appearance in Tyler. Harmony members have appeared at Texas Stadium for Dallas Cowboys' halftime shows and appeared in half- time of Super Bowl XII. Harmony members sang for Hilton Inn parties. .f""'f Rock, Pop Blues, Jazz- They Sing If All mi? 775 V N Homecoming Queen "' -'Vi 4 S ,J .. I r 1 J 1' ,,,-4' 1 W TAIVIIVIY I-IADEN Alpha Tau Omega Finalists 'Q-.""i ,girl 'IH . R ' f , I 1 a X , 1? 1 4 , .1 , f' V1 R l ,l , 5 . ' X 1 ,H llfv K 'lf l - R l f ' 1 . ' ,ff ffl" 1 ""I.'r CATHY CHANDLER Sledge Hall BELINDA FOUNTAIN Texas Eastern School of Nursing DONNA JAGGERS Sans Souci KllVllVllE JAN ES Delta Upsiloh Not pictured: CHRISSANDRA BROWN Alpha Tau Alpha and Alpha Delta Sigma 227 CAB LA ADAIVIS Sigma Phi Epsilon KATH LEEN BASS Medical Laboratory BONDA BASYE Las Nlascaras JONI BLAND Wesley Methodist Foundation BONNIE BUCHANAN Physical Education DEE CHAIVIBLESS Cheedeaders ' 1 Q. . . R45 Aw! xx Xxx: 1 ,. N" in . 7011. x Kb' 1,1 Ar'-N 4' 'it PATTI CRAVER Dental Assistants DIANA DAGUE EA .7 Home Economics ,Wa .4 , 'lv Elm. TAN YA E LLIS Recreation Leadership KIIVI FORD Zeta Phi Omega , W4 1 ... fl 'lux SHARON HARTIVIAN Dental Hygiene BECKY HICKS Apache Belles 229 BRENDA HOOKER TJC Publications DIANA HOVVES Phi Theta Kappa DONNA HUNT Ophthalmic Dispensing EDIE KING Rodeo Club KACY KIRK Pi Kappa Alpha RHONDA LAUX Campus Christian Center 115' 'Ears 3 an x:,,i:v Fen GH: 4. XX vs i W: faffvf iq., sf. 4..-QU, few fits EM' 4 DONNA POGUE Apache Guards TEBBI BASOB Epsilon Delta Pi KAROL TETR ICK Apache Band BBENDA THOBNHILL Baptist Student Union DEBBIE VVOOD Tau Kappa KRISTA VVOODBUFF Singing Apaches 2 i Q-.M in-avg, hlhnn ,I sr fi' -x ' -'M' , tm ,.,-J Xl - fi' xx V Q-' .Tk 1 ' 4 4 .ff J-1, as , .-2,51-, .4 , QMQEA- 2 . uf 5, -fm, D 'f 32 ,gt A 5 .su .mi vi 44' IQ my l 'li8'g '77 Apache Foofb k.,.3lH: I W3 . . lfll Qlil bl! ,g HJ S K gv'X,l " al 49 xfglYQi 1 'x ,llJ4 fw,.MW Wffw Q? ,-mf w mm qw? 'xl' 1 'W' , , , '5 5 ' 'fi'-, ,w .ynm:,f ,F -A vi W..q,. ? I X. .: V . ,, , 4 I. dk i i9iwQHWQA - Hf.,iQQmSd -4 6 rr- --1 13. ,r ,, 9 7' ,ff fR x ,gf ' , .wit ' it wif' t fii w w P .?i:iA7's A rt -as iff' 4-fi ind 4:5 ,Q Q Ninn H- tl ,fy 1. Q95 wus., X fav? f at 1, .'f. if r TJC finished its 1977 football season in the dark with a hard fought 20-7 decision to the conference co-champion Kilgore Rangers. The '77 edition ended the year with a disappointing 3-6-1 record after being picked in pre-season as the conference winners. Finally Head Coach Billy Wayne Andrews resigned and was replaced by another ex-Apache football player, Houston's Charlie lVlcGinty. The season though was not a total loss as La Marque sophomore running back Stanley Dickinson fell just short of gaining 1,000 yards with 965. Quarterback Larry Haynes finished hit- ting 50 percent of his passes and Andrew lVlelonteree ended out his last season with the Tribe with an All-Conference berth at defensive end. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top Left: Athletic Director Floyd Wagstaff announces the signing of Charlie lVlcGinty as the new Apache foot- ball mentor during a press conference. Top Rightz Coach Billy Wayne Andrews walks quietly off the field for the last time as an Apache. Bottom Left: Injured Ricky Watson smiles reluctantly while limping to class. Bottom Bight: The cheerleaders present the team members with a cake during a pep rally. THIS PAGE: Top: Stanley Dickinson l33l keeps on running for the goal line. Bottom: Being "buIldogged" is just one of the benefits of football. 255 IRA ALBRIGHT Guard, Dallas DON BANDY KENT BRADLEY Defensive Back, Tyler TONY BROWN Defensive Back, Tyler TERRY BUCKLEY RICHARD CARBER Tackle,Grand Prairie GERALD CARTER Split End, Bryan HARRY COLE Tackle, Friendsvvood STANLEY DICKINSON Running Back, La Marque RUBEN FOWLER Running Back, Austin LARRY GARRETT Tight End, Denton LARRY HAYN ES Quarterback, Liberty PAUL JOHNS Split End, Wichita Falls RUBEN JORDAN End, Tyler STEWART KEELING Running Back, Dallas JERRY KIRSEE Running Back, Dallas KENNETH KLIIVIEK Center, Bryan 3193 .r""""' Apach 'iv' Ahh. nag 'ul hit... 1: v gf . 'F v SHELLEY IVIALONE Guard, Vicksburg, NIS RICK IVIAYS Tackle, Beaumont RANDY IVICBURNETT Defensive Back, Robstovvn SCOTT lVlcC LOU D Tackle, Newton ANDREW IVIELONTREE End, Tyler DARRELL OLIVER Defensive Back, Dallas DERRICK PETE Defensive Back, Beaumont ADRIAN PEDDY Guard, Tyler CURTIS PITTIVIAN Quarterback, Odessa CLYDE POIK End, Dallas IVIIKE RICHARDSON Guard, Grand Prairie MIKE SANDERA Center, Houston KEVIN TOWNSEND Tight End, Tyler RICHARD UIVIPHRESS Guard, Dallas RICK WATSON Guard, Dallas JOHN WELLS Linebacker, Dallas TOBY WOOD Linebacker, Austin NIARTY YOUNG Tackle, Opelousas, LA V 1 Injuries Plague Apaches In B S. vii' , "I e e :ff Q we -'fx L QF Disappointing '77 Season wa L Q 'U . 1 i S r . .1 L ,Li OPPOSITE PAGE: Top Left: Resting from the pigskin battle are from left, Darrell Oliver, Marty Young, Andrew lVlelontree, Ruben Fowler, Larry Haynes and Rick lVlays. Center Left: Ruben Jordan l84l fumbles on the 40 yard line giving the Blinn Buccaneers possession of the ball. Center Right: Plowing through a Navarro tackle is running back Ruben Fowler l33l. Bottom Right: Gerald Carter l21i dances his way through a mass of Buccaneers. Bottom Left: With a little help from a Teammate, Ruben Fowler l33l gains much needed yardage. THIS PAGE: Top: Tribe members talk among themselves prior to pep rally. Center Left: Stanley Dickinson l23i does the hustle as he is approached by friends as well as foe. Center Right: Two Buccaneers sandwich Stanley Dickinson while fighting for extra yards. 259 'I 1 V W 4 r A P A C H E L A D I E S fl The Apache Ladies, under the direction of Coach Herb Richardson, were promising this year. All of the recruits were outstanding players on their high school teams. They had par- ticipated in either regional or state playoffs. The 11-member team consisted of nine freshman and two sophomores with height ranging from 5-5 to 6-416. The team had the enthusiastic spirit and determination it takes to ensure victories. OPPOSITE PAGE: Janice lVlulford stretches to get around her opponent. At 6-4 she is the team's tallest player. THIS PAGE: Top left: Players struggle for the ball. Top right: An opponent puts pressure on Jeffie Robertson. Bottom: Bonnie Buchanan carefully guards her opponent. i Apache Ladies Measure Ugg To Preseason Prediction f f i ff gf... pt I' 'EJ' 19' OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Sandra Lee waits for the second of the battle to begin. Bottom left: Concentrating on the hand-off is Sandra Lee. Bottom right: Jean Zirkelbach keeps her guard up against two ETBC Tigers. THIS PAGE: Top: Coach Herb Richardson and Statistic keeper Rebecca Buchanan become mesmerized by the court action. Bottom: The 77-78 Apache Ladies are, from bottom left, Jean Zirkelbach, Gwen Wilson, Vicki Barrett, Patsy Roach, Coach Herb Richardson, Teresa Dotson, Sandra Lee, Bonnie Buchanan, Janice Nlulford, Jeffie Robertson, Linda Henry and Manager Linda Robertson. pdl 7 'z ' r .1 .. i i .- . rn 4 lm is 1' I sy.. . :W , fo, t '7 ' "S, al' A 5 Q J r 1 " 4 , X . 9 4 , f I ' xt 1 Q' 3 ' 5 f IQ A K ' i , A f Z, ,. ' x A uc.. w M, f T' t .' ,, vb X 5,224 ,NWI f A Lf 'xr , Q-I 5 K 222, ' ll, " .,,,. 1. .,, , ' ' " --.nf . .av K I i i i l i L My 245 24 LI- Apaches Rely Oi I I I I I LAWRENCE R. WILLIAMS BRUCE CAMPBELL I . KENNETH M. GRAHAM M I LOUIS EDWARD BYRD C- 1, 5 FH.. af RUSSELL BRET BOONE DANIEL DIAZ JOHN R. BOEDECKEFI NORMAN CRAIG WILLIS 1 is 4, t :--,-.pgs L -f- I a ........., Top Row: Norman Willis,Arthur Housey, EddretV ' Daniel Diaz and Kenneth Cooper. Middle Rowrf Randall Nlilstead, Jim McGuffy, Denneth Pecos, Bvrd, Mark Wright, Lawrence Williams and KH Graham. F I I I I .J Freshman Squad pg 3 idx 'FL' lay.: M11 in LJ.. 'B v iottom Row: John Boedecker, Bruce Campbell and lussell Boone. 1 l Qui. K.. .. tl 1 ,ggi -+ f N. Higgs. av The '77-78 basketball season was a season of 1 youth. With only four returning sophomores on , the squad Head Coach Randall lVlilstead had a lot of teaching to get his 11 rookies ready. A strong point on the 77-78 squad was height with Arthur Housey 6-10 and Norman 1' yyi, y Willis, 6-7, at post positions and Danny Diaz, 6-5, 1 I I V and Kenneth Cooper 6-5 handling forward spots. wg, Another plus was ball control with guards ' John Boedecker and Lawrence Williams. l 7s , 'Q "1 ta" . E 4 2. , " fi . 237, 5 V 5, .T-723, " ' ' A, , Q , ,I -. H - - 1 .- 5 'H ' . -4, .-iw za... V , I qllwl .9 -- 1 K. t 1 ELDRET LAMAR WALKER DAVID MARK WRIGHT ARTHUR G. HOUSEY V, 'V N l - 1 I, igf f f f -1 'gf"'1 'YA' 2' , it . 5531 ' ' A KENNETH V. COOPER 24 if 'I g , 'r wp .5 1.0 ' 529251. M' Win A Few, Lose A Few. life icing J I ,,-1 if rf ' -s.,.e 'Q HW 4' A Iver!! r A 14955 I t 'V , . ,fi-I A My . rl' 1 vm gay if ,T ---- ..-..,.,,,M...-.Q ,I ' A -9 9 33 i Y 1 ,ff , 55- , S 'fn T i OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Forward Mark Wright jumps for the re- bound as Danny Diaz and Guard Lawrence Williams wait for the play to break. Top right: Tribe guard Eldret Walker l34l has shot blocked as post Art Housey l52l prepares for a dunk. Bottom: Apache forward Kenneth Cooper and guard Eldret Walker go up for a rebound as Danny Diaz l32l waits for the play. THIS PAGE: Top: Apache Tribesmen on the ball for a rebound. Bottom: Forward Danny Diaz'Iays one up, while post Art Housey waits for the rebound. in S I pi-'I' ,nj 5 A 247 248 THIS PAGE: Top: Apache Baseball mentor Frank Martin, Center: 1977-78 Apache Baseballers are, from bottom, left, Johnny Villanueva, Mark Schmidt, Joe Highnote, Tim Schillings, Stacey Bryce, Jay Malone, Bryan Coody, Mark Thorton, Duane Ginn, Danny Jones, Randy Clark, Tom Brovvn, Byron Hall and Mark Smith. Bottom: Seeking hits and runs are more potential contenders. OPPOSITE PAGE: Top: Mark Schmidt, Johnny Villanueva, Danny Jones, Stacey Bryce and Joe Highnote are team infielders. Center:OutfieIders are, Duane Ginn, Mark Thornton Curtis Pittman and Tim Shillings. Bottom: Throwing the curves this year are pitchers Ranky Clark, Bryan Coody, Tom Brovvn, Mark Smith Byron Hall and Jay Malone. 1 r 1 Apache ,Q Q, ,,.,,,."'7W A ,If .iaxfu , +2 4.3 Own ,,,, A .....,...,,.N....,...sc2x.. it :,- ,.q2,La...ua:1Qa25 1 , wg.: Baseball Team If 4-1- no Vnkdfl 'M J If ,QLIIIKA1 S., at-J 4 iff 41 Lau:-si M-'-Qv LIWMQ 6,551".H 'fain 'f 1 W m " fl' 7 dv wiv' J Ji -1 , , ,Qi 'Y MEL : mm ra vig! X 1 w .i I' Ol. 3 I5 4.2- Q O n Q - :giving WM W6 'Z' vi y, 249 The Tyler Jr College tennis team anticipated an outstanding season with four sophomore women and thrrel sophomore men who lettered during the 1977 season In 77 the TJC team vvon the Eastern Athletic Conferenr l , , l '77 Apach l 6? l l I First row: Sharon Scurlock, Lynn Krause, Kacy Hughes Holly Harris and Sherry Summitt. Second row: Davi Davis, Julie Jones, Holly Ford, Joanna Gerlach, Gretch-r Uhl, Teresa Cargill and Terri Neutze. 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Pleasant DAVID BOONER-Ennis JIIVI BOTTOM LY-Mineola NANCY BOURLAND-Dallas LARRY BOWLING-Mineola CORKY BOYD-Ennis THERESA BOY Dfwhitehouse JOHN R. BRADSHAW-Lindale REGGIE BRAZZLE-Longview Laneville -1 v uf 1 'Y Sophomores ff 'ff 153' l "'f,, ---nf 4.4 A 1-1 I J x . Tl 7 N x 1:- Sophomores 24 iw AJ ,t. b ,z ifi-14V R- ,, 41 AQH l 3, I ! J , IJI Af' if 415 -li Q-4 BETTY BROWN-Hawkins TIMOTHY LEX BRUNER-Tyler MARTHA BRYANT-Tyler ROBERT BURCH-Tyler THERESA BURRESCIA-Dallas JOE BYARS-Silsbee LISA CADE-Tyler CINDY CARPENTER-Plano FANNIE CARR-Grapeland CATHY CARRILLO-San Antonio JUDY CARTER-Tyler DENISE CASEY-Canton TERRY CAUGHRON-DeSoto ROBERT CAVNESS-Houston ROSEIVIARY CENTER-Tyler ROGER CHADICK-Winnsboro DEE CHAIVIBLESS-Modesto, Cal. SHERYL CHAPMAN-Longview THERESA CHEATAIVI-Harlingen IVIALINDA CLARK-Tyler 2 KEVIN CLEIVIENS-Mineral Wells JULIE CLIFTON-Daingerfield CHRISTY COLE-Whitehouse DALE CONKLIN-Tyler ALAN CONNER-Houston 26 LUCKY COTTEN-Colorado Springs, Colo. ROSS JOHN COX-Rockwall SHARON CRABTREE-Midway DONNA CRAIG-IVIarshaII TONI CRAWFORD-Tyler JILL CRAYTOR-Broken Bow, Okla. ALBERTO CRUZAN-Tyler RICK CURRY-Tyler KIIVI DAIVIRON-Tyler GRIFF DANLEIIVI-Tyler SHERYL DAVIS-Longview ARDIE DELACRUZ-San Antonio BARBARA DENNY-Rockwell JACQUELINE DEROUEN-Longview BRETT DERVELOY-Henderson 0 ,Mmm Sophomores 413 fi i 'T' 4:39 rs-my Sophomores fi 49' ,r v- A I 'Ks 91' 'Q' X 1 yn ! . K Vi' me to iff! if I CARLA DlALhTayIor ANGIE DIAZ-Dallas BILL DICKINSON-Cibolo PAIVI DICKERSON-Lindale RANDELL DICKERSONwTerreII LORI DOPSON-Henderson MICHAEL RAY DORSEY-Tyler PENNY DOUTHIT-Palestine DEBBIE DUFFY-Colorado Springs, Colo. LAURIE KAY DUNIVIAN-Tyler ROBERT DURHAIVI-Tyler DONALD EARNHEART-Kaufman RANDAL EDANS-Brownwood DARRELL ELLIS-Grand Saline TANYA ELLIS-Tyler JAN ET ELLISON-Big Spring THOMAS ETHIER-Terrell CINDY EVANS-Edgewood TERRY EVERETT-Tyler ROBIN FELTS-IVIt. Pleasant 2 SCOTT FINLEY-Tyler DIXIE FISHER-Grapevine KIM FORD-Farmersville GFIEGG FOUNTAIN-Gilmer STEVE FRANKLIN-Grand Prairie DEBBIE FULLER-Tyler MARK L. GAINES-Tyler DIANE GIBSON-Tyler PAUL GILBERT-Longview SANDY GOBER-Canton SHERRY GOENAWEIN-Palestine MIKE GONZALEZ-Tyler GIGI GRAY-Irving ROY GREEN-Tyler CAROLYN KAY GREEN-Henderson MELINDA GFIIFFITH-Marshall MELINDA GULLEDGE-Tyler MICHAEL GUSS-Tyler CONNIE GULLEY-Sulphur Springs TAMMY HADEN-Pasadena Sophcmores Q V I . ,, t"Tf K., , Ii- E ,ff ,A ,f 5 J J TZ' "TP 41 Q i li W7 f Sophomores ...pi I 2 '15 I 4 vijx I N fx 3 '+1"'7 JU' V? I 'IW X bi -X: ' A ff I9 if. J-W, JEFF HANCOCKfTyIer LARRY HAND-Tyler HOLLY HARRIS-Fort Davis KEITH HARRIS-Tyler SHARON HARTIVIAN-Odessa BILLY HIBBS-Tyler JOE MARK HIGHNOTE-Tyler FELECIA ANN HILL-Winnsboro STEVE HINES-Frankston KAREN HOLT-Whitehouse MELISSA HOLY-Deer Park BRENDA HOOKER-Winnsboro RICKY HOOTEN-Longview GARY HOUSTON-Tyler DIANA HOWES-Tyler DEBBIE HUBLEY-Tyler CONNIE HUFFIVIAN-Irving KATHERINE IVI. HUGHES-Newport News, Va L. A. HUNNEWELL-Graham DONNA LYNN HUNT-Lufkin 263 TIIVI HUNT-Tyler LARRY W. HUSK-Rusk TOIVI INCE-Richardson ALYSA IRVIN-Italy JAMES IVES-Palestine DONNA JAGGERS-lVIt. Pleasant KIIVIIVIIE JANES-Canton BOBBY GENE JOHNSON-Ouitman MIKE JOHNSTON-Tyler STANLEY E. JOHNSON-Rusk BRENDA JONES-Tyler DOROTHY JONES-IVIineoIa IVIARCIE JONES-Fort Worth STEVE JONES-Tyler DAVID WAYNE JULIAN-Ouitman IVIARY KAY KELSHEIIVIER-New Braunfels JANET L. KELTY-Clarksville GLEN A. KEIVIERLING-Jackson, Miss. GARY KEIVIPF-Karnack DAVID KENNEDY-Tyler I Sophomores .--.-gr Ig 61 W---sr 1 .,., , .hm ' I 1 X K wi jx 1' I O- I I LI.T L, I I I I I Sophomores .J ll, 1- BN'-,.'.:.' 11 fs fC f I V Hs 3 5- , . gs 5 . V. -M -nv' Xylr, -fi? ex p- L K.. -4 X 3 E HI fl 3' ' - ' , f ..,,.:" DEBRA KENNEDY-Tyler CONNIE KILGOREfIVIexia LOIS KINABFIEW-Athens LYNN MARIE KRAUSE-Shreveport, La. NANCY KUYKENDALL-Jacksonville DEBBIE LAKE-Jacksonville STEPHEN LAUCK-Tyler AIVIY LAWHON-Tyler DEBBIE LAWSON-Tyler JOHN TRACY LEARD-Tyler KIIVI LEAZENBY-Houston DIANNE LEE-Diboll BRIAN LEWIS-Tyler CINDY LIVINGSTON-Chapel Hill SANDRA LIVINGSTON-Karnark LAURA LOCKHART-Hillsboro KATHERINE LONG-Hallsville ALLISON LOW-Tyler CATHY LOWE-Wolfe City RON LUNDY-IVIarsI'1aII 26 AIVIYE LYNN-Tyler TODD LYON-Cedar Hill LAWAUNDA DEE IVIABERRY-Pritchett DARHL J. IVIANNING-Longview SHERI IVIANNING-Dallas DORAN IVIARTINEZ-Fort Worth MARK A. IVIASSEY-New Orleans DOROTHY IVI. IVIASTERS-Tyler JENNIE IVIAYER-Houston STEPHANIE A. IVIAYFIELD-Hawkins ANITA IVIAYNE-Grand Saline RAY IVIAYS-Pickton JILL IVICCLENNY-Little Rock, Ark. LISA IVICCREARY-Nlesquite JANA CARSON IVICDANIEL-Corpus Christi RICHARD IVICGEE-Rockdale SHARLA IVICGEE-Dallas SCOTT IVICKAY-Lindale DENISE IVICIVIULLAN-Springhill, La. DAVID IVICOUEEN-Gilmer 266 Sophomores Q- r- f' .Q 1-my -M-al I :lk I -xl I I ,,M 1 ill! A h...JY 5-A f'-XTX L ' H -. , " I A f f -1 I MS--Nx-in If , , V' Dwi' X .4 ' H e lk in CHIP MCVEY-McAllen DIANE E. MERCY-Paris JULIE METTLEN-Diboll CARL MILLER-Linden DALE MILLER-Hawkins KEITH MILLER-Tyler MARY MILLER-Hawkins. SUZY MILLEFI-Dallas THOMAS F. MITCHELL-Ocala, Fla. SHELLY MOCKBEE-Longview MELISSA MOORE-Hawkins SUZANNE MORGAN-Tyler TOMMY MORRIS-Marshall KIM A. MORRISON-Longview JANINE MUNSCH-Grand Prairie KENNY MURPHY-New Summerfield GLORIA NICHOLS-Frankston TONY NOAKES-Hawkins DAN O'BRIEN-Lafayette, La. LUCILLE MARIE OLIVER-Houston .261 PEGGY O'NEAL-New Braunfels DEBRA PAGE-Tyler LANETTE PALIVIER-Tyler CHERIE PAFKO-Tyler PAT PARSONS-Waco DAVID PEARSON-Grand Saline JENNY LYNN PEAFISON-Starkes, Fla. JEAN H. PEROT-Shreveport, La. ROGANNE PERRY-Whitehouse NANCY PHILLIPS-Tyler SUZY PHI LLIPS-San Antonio PAM PICKENS-Tyler PENNE PIERCE-White Oak TIIVIIVIY PIERCE-Palestine STACEY PREWIT-Tyler CHUCK PROSCH-Houston SHEILA PRYOR-Tyler MARTHA PYROD-Tyler DEBBY OUIGLEY-Dallas STAN REDDING-Winnsboro Sophomores .gif I, ,WJ f 1' N-,ff 'J-., sn 1 is 1,7 ff- 1,1457 asf' I II TI I Sophomores DAVID RENKEN-Tyler TAIVIIVIY RENSON-Tyler SHARON RHYNE-Linden CAROL RICE-Anna I , Y. 4 I , . .. . ' 1 2, X , x K ' Q I BRADY RICHARDSON-Whitehouse CHERYL D. RICHARDSON-Waco DIANA RIX-Tyler CAROLYN ANN ROBERTS-Groves .ali Eff rg I LYNDA ROBERTS-Tyler I f-If ,an- -'xv SUSAN L. ROGERS-Seagoville nr- RHONDA RUSSELL-Houston JOHN DAVID SALISBURY-Longview IME 1 A , Afn fi 7' I ll I I, ,lg f,, I. J, X . 4 dx VICKIE SALZBERG-Tyler PEGGY SAIVIPSON-Athens BARBARA SANTA CRUZ-Dallas , KITTY SCHAEEEER-Terrell C M v 1' I '42 7 I x 1 I -X, GAYLE scHuLzE-Dallas if? JAN ET SCOGGIN-Edmond, okua. f Mi BILL SCOTT-Mineola ' 4' f TERRY SCOTT-Tyner I x M 2 SHARON SCURLOCK-Gladevvater CHERLY SEPIVIOREE-Tyler CINDY SHOTT-Longview KARYN SHULTZ-Tyler CAROLL L. SIVIITH-Frankston CHRIS SIVIITH-Lone Star KELLEY SIVIITH-Houston KEN SIVIITI-I-Keller PAULA SNIDER-Hawkins IVIADELYN SOBOLMDaIIaS IVIYRON SOUTHERLAND-Palestine BECKIE STEPCHINSKI-Dallas MARK C. STEPHENSON-Gilmer KRYSTAL STEVENS-Tyler TIMOTHY STEVENS-Tyler JOHNNY STEWART-Tyler KAREN STEWART-Missouri City CATHY STOREY-Waco JAY STRADLER-Jacksonville STEVE STRENGTH-Tyler 5I Sophomores 40 Ii I I I I I I I II 'S-if I I I I ff. I ,iff -r-11' C., I, rv MV! Q' I s I I I Sophomores 1 4- 9 ff f .- 0 , ! f , f ' , x x X ? -1 J 1-Hi' fr' -Qrvwd Q,,..m.W ROB SUIVIMERLIN-Palestine SHEFN SUNSTRUIVI-Dallas GLENN THOIVIAS-Jacksonville GENE THOIVIPSON-Brownwood SUSAN THOIVIPSON-Tyler SARAH TILLINGHAST'DalIas TERESA TIPPS-Pasadena KEVIN TOWNSEND-Tyler KATHY TROIVIMELL-Richardson BARBARA TROUT-Lufkin KAREN L. VANDEVOORT-Dallas VICKI VESTAL-Hughes Springs CYNDIE GAIL WAGNER-Brownsboro RANDY WAITES-Jacksonville LAVERNE WALKER-Tyler GWENDOLYN ANN WALLACE-Tyler TRACI WARD-Houston SHANON WEBB-Whitehouse IVIITCH WELCH-Tyler JAN WESTBROOK-Paris 271 IVIELANIE WHEELER-Tyler BRIAN WHELAN-Corpus Christi BILLY WHITECOTTON-Dekalb JENNIFER WHITNEY-Tyler ANSON IVI. WHITTON-Van GARY WILKERSON-Lindale GLORIA VVILLIAIVIS-Gilmer IVIARGERINE WILLIAIVIS-Eldorado, Ark. JOHN WILLIAIVISON-Jasper KAREN WILLIAIVISON-Kenner, La. DEBBIE WILLIFORD-Houston IVIARILYNN WILSON-Hawkins DVVAYNE WILTON-Palestine CATHY WINSTON-Tyler JENNY WOFFORD-Terrell BOBBY WOOD-Whitehouse DEBBIE WOOD-Fort Worth KRISTA WOODRUFF-Athens DAVID MARK WRIGHT-Longview RUSSELL YOUNG-Crockett 272 Sophomores I. W f fr 1 Mfg STI? 01,3 'Yi -P-f I 'Rx ""f""' fixixx '17 wwf-V I x 5 ,f-1 75 l 3 Q , fr :Q , If Freshman Class 0 ff i c ers Not Pictured i President Secretary Vice President Walter Gadberry Danielle Brasher Cathy Leach 27 KRISTIN ABBEY-Tyler CATHERINE ABBOT-Van SHERRY ACKLEY-Grapevine KEN ADAIR-Tyler DEBRA ADAMS-Ladonia STEVE ALEXANDER-Tyler BENNETA ALLEN-Mineola PERNARD ALLEN-Mineola ELAINE ALLEN-Palmer KELLIE ALLEN-Arp MARK ALLEN-Tyler STEVE ALLEN SHARI ANDERSON-Houston SHARON JANICE ANDERSON-Tyler JON ROBIN ANDREWS-Dallas MIKE ANDREWS-Tyler 5, g 4 I 4: 9 , ,NO 1 f I 1 - 1 , Q. I " fig" as ---9 'Bl Y Freshmen If 'W' .-rf' -D 'Cf 47' Hz? Q90- 'Yr -,,,f A xvrx L , rf? f A fQ,nn!f'4 E, - ,5 S-W Lf n .4 fx if DOHEEN ANGEL-Lewisville JULIE ANTHONY-Shreveport, La. LYNN ARCHER-Humble TRICIA AF?IVISTRONGfPasadena LINDA AFZNDT-Henderson JAN ARNETT-Palestine KIIVI ARRINGTON-Mineola JAMES RAY AUSTIN-Dallas SAFZAH AUTRY-IVIabank NITA BAIN-Flint LISA BARBER-Jasper CONNIE BARNES-Corsicana SYLVIA BARNES-Tyler ELLEN BARNETT-Tyler JOHN BARNETT-Dallas GIGI BARNHART-Austin CYNTHIA BARREFIA-Edinberg ROBERT KAENT BASINGEFR-IVlt. Pieasant KATHLEEN BASS-Tyler SAN DY BASS-Gilmer 275 KELLI BATEIVIAN-Canton JANA BEACHAIVI-Tyler DENISE BEAUGH-Hamshnre STEPHEN BECKENDORF LISA BEGGS-Tyler LOREN BENNETT-Tyler JUDI BERRY-Liberty IVIELINDA BESS-Houston MELISSA BILLS-Tyler ANNA BLAIR-Longview PAULA BLUNDELL-Tyler FIENNEE BOLACK-Houston TOIVI BOSWOFITH-Dallas DAVID BOYD-Mt. Vernon LAURA BOYDfIVIarshaII JILL A. BRADLEY-Dallas KEVIN BARLY-Tyler JIIVI BRANCH-Elkhart DANIELLE BRASHEFI KENT BREALY-Tyler I .X Freshmen EARL BREEDLOVE-Tyler JULIE S. BRITTYNantucket Island, IVIass. IVIIKE BRONAUGH-Lufkin SHARON BROOK-Bullard CALVIN BROWN-Frankston CATHERINE BROWN-Grand Prairie DON BROWN-Bullard LISA BROWN-Corpus Christi MONICA BROWN-Tyler PATRICIA BROWN-Troup LISA BRUIVIBLE-Longview FRANCES KAY BUCHANAN-Nlt. Sylvan LINDA BUCKNER-Tyler GREGG BURGER-Winnsboro SHARON BYLEY-Bronson BILLY CADE-Lewisville REGINA CALL-Jefferson BELINDA ANN CAIVIARILLO-Seguin CINDY CAIVIPBELL-Palestine TER ESA CARGI LL-Brownfield 277 KRIS CAR LSON-Richardson TIIVI CAVENDER-Dallas GINA CAWTHON-Tyler KERRI CENTILLI-Trinity NANCY CURTIS CENTER ELIZABETH CHAVERS-Elkhart TONYA CHESNEY-IVIcKinney RENE CHOATE-Lufkin ALDEN CLANAHAN-Tyler JULIE CLARK-Hemphill VICKY CLARK-Nlabank PEGGY CLIFTON-Nlatri CYNDIE COATS-McKinney ROBERT CLOWER-Grand Saline ANITA JOYCE COLE-Big Sandy KIIVI COLLEY-Irvins JUDY COOK-Alice RUTH MARIE COOK-Whitehouse TERRY COOK-Afp BRENDA COON-Whitehouse fl Freshmen ffya- 'T'-1 L-:Q F id 1 143 I K- fi! Freshmen ,fafw l'hv 40- !':4 V7 if? I :,.., - I K I-3. ' 2 f I f Nfl, . I. 2 JILL COOPER-Tyler KATHIE COOPER-Harlingen DEBRA SUE COPELAND-Henderson BRENDA COR LEY-Whitehouse BECKY COUCH-Arlington CAR LA COX-Gunter SPARKY COX-Sherman CINDY CRAIG-Brownsboro CINDY CRAIVIER-Conroe PATTI CRAVER-Harleton BRYAN CRAWLEY-Tyler DONNA PEARL CROW-Chandler BRAD CROWE-Houston JOSETTE CU LLINS-Tyler DIANE DAGUE-Richardson IVIASAKEE DAIREE-Osake, Japan JANET DALE-Tyler PAM DAVIDSON-Nacogdoches BECKY DAVIS-San Antonio CAROL DAVIS-Ephrata, Wash. 27 CHARLOTTE DAVIS-San Antonio GERALYN S. DAVIS-Dallas MARILYN DAVIS-San Antonio TIM DAVIS-Gilmer TAIVIIVIY DAWSON-Jacksonville CHARLENE DECUIR-Hamshire-Fannett RHONDA T. DEGGE-Flint SANDRA DELACRUZ-San Antonio BOBBY DELA ROSA-Coleman HAVEN RENE DELAY-Dallas KATHY DERANIUS-Tyler KEITH DEVERS-Arp JACK ALLEN DICKEY, JR.-Tyler JOY DTEN-Mt. Pleasant CHERY DOOLEY-Canton NONA DOWELL-McKinney ANGELA DRIGGERS-McKinney DONNA JEAN DUFFY-Tyler CULLEN DUNWOODY-Tyler HANK EDWARDS-Dallas U Freshmen 17, P. 1. 4 L 55 Q! if ev- NH--lv -,., 'Q .Q-,Q P ,AVA Z 1 1 . 1 f 1 T I P CONNY EIKNER-ATyIer MARTHA ELLIOT-Trinity SANDY ELLIS-Fruitvale REBA ELLISON-Brunson HOLLEY EVANS-Tyler KAY EVANS-Tyler KAREN EVERITT-Conroe NALERIE FAISOW RICKY FENNELL-Whitehouse MARY FEOURNUY-IVIineoIa WILLIAM B. FEW-Jasper PATRICK FIENSY-Chandler CYNTHIA F IERRO-Big Sprung CAROLYN FISHER-Sherman KIIVI FITZGERALD-Tyler SANIUEL LEWIS FLEIVIING Harlungen LAN ITA FOLIVIAR-Crockett IVIELANIE FONTAINE-Austln CATHY FORD-Tyler HOLLY FOR D-Gladevvater ANGELA EOSHEE-Tvler DENICE FOSTER-Nlabank ROBIN JEROME FRANCIS-Ore City CINDY FREEMAN-Arlington TFIUIVIAN FFIEEIVIAN-Tyler WALTER GADBEFIFIY-Follett JON RUSSELL GALBFIEATH-Ann Arbor, IVIich. LEWIS GABLE-Tyler SAMUEL GARCIA--Tyler RANDY GARDNER-Wichita, Kan. JOHN GEDDIE'TyIer JOANNA GEFILACK-Irving SUSAN GIBSON-Beasley SHELIA GILL-Tyler DOUGLAS GILPIN-Dallas WILLIAM GILSTFIAP JFI.-Kilgore FIOXANNE GLAIVIEYER-Houston DEBBIE GOODWIN IVONDA GOSS-Tyler ANNABETH GREEN-Simonton 282 I Freshmen S VY' ii . '."' '--Q,... , -..... ,Q 3-I--1' """' JO! MA! ...JI .Ili I I I Freshmen IOP -tif? 1139 12.5 -z" '77 If WWW -r--gr 'J 4? JUN -O.. O fr N fl A-J 'rr ff-I in s L-4 E f .37 DENNIS E. GREEN-Tyler SUSAN GREGORY-Tyler BETTY GRIFFIN-Tyler STEVE GRIIVISLEY-Hereford RHONDA GROSS-Tyler GREG GULLOWAY-Canton KATHY GUNN-Palestine SHERRY GURLEY-Athens KAREN I-IABERIVIAN-Rogue Rnver Ore KEITH HACKLER-Whitehouse RICKY HAISTEN-Grand Saline RANDY HALL-Teague LARRY HALLWOOK-Tyler LEAH HAIVIILTON-Houston JOHNNY HAIVIPTOLL-Tyler GLORINAIHANCOCK-PIan0 KATHY HANCOCK-Longview LISA HARRELSON-Chapel Hill CARRIE HARRIS-Campbell GAIL HARRIS-Ore City 284 JAN HARRISATyIer IVIAROUITA HARRIS NEIL HARRIS-Tyler IVIINDAY HAWLEY-Dallas BETTY HEILIVIANN-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. KATHY HILL-Rusk BONNIE HOLCOIVIB-Gunter ANGIE HOLIFIELD-Tyler CYNTHIS H. HOLLUIVI-Tyler VICKIE HOOVER-Grapevine KAREN HOPPENS-R0vvIett WILLIAM A. HORTON-Brovvnsboro RHONDA HOWELL-Plano PATRICIA HOVVER-Buffalo ANDY HUDSON-Houston MARTHA HUDSON-Lufkin VERONICA HUDSON-Tyler CARL HUFF-Hemphill DEBRA HUTCHINGSfDaIIas DONNA HUTCHINGS-Dallas Freshmen lfj 'V all QTI. .l' Tx '9""'7f 13:13 W' - -0' l. QC' Freshmen I ,ff V4 J, f 'CSV J wig JIU fx rn , I fir! A JAN HYNES-Shreveport, La. DEBBIE HYIVIAN-Pasadena CINDY JACK-Tyler KELLY JACKSON-Tyler SANDY JENKINS-Sulphur Springs NEI L JETEFI-Jacksonville JONI JOHNSON-Henderson JUDITH A. JOHNSON-Denver, Colo. JULIE JOHNSON-Fort Stockton BRUCE JONES-Tyler NEDFRA JONES-Tyler JASON JONES-Tyler SHERRY JONES-Tyner PAM JUDGE-Dallas KAY LYNN KEELAND-Dallas SIDNA KENNER-Tyler KATHY KELLY-Tyler IVIAFICIA KELSEY-Dallas VICKY L. KENNEDY-Tyler HELEN KILGOFIE-Dallas 28 DAVID KIIVIBFIOUGH-Nlontalloa VICKIE KIRK-Odessa BESSIE B. KIFIVEN-Tyler TERRY KNOVVLES-Coleman CARRIE KOEHLER-Bryan LINDA KROLL-Tomball STEPHEN JOHN KROUGH-Dallas IVIORGAN LABAY-Paris LISA LACOE-Ft. Worth KIIVI LAIVIBEFZT-Tyler BRIDGETTE LANDFIUIVI-Tyler HOLLI LANEY-Farmers Branch TER! LANGFOFID-Whitehouse DIANE LA ROE-Grand Saline DAN LAUDERDALE-Richardson CATHY LAZENBEFIRY-Houston CATHY LEBLANC-Rusk DEBBIE LEE-IVIcKinney LISA LEE-Irving PEGGY LEWIS-Houston Freshmen K' gig? 4' 9' Q'- "Liar ACH 1 'in 1f'4, -Q I 1 fi VY' NW. Ai fi 'Ffa 1 Q , U ,,.. all ,CV ,ma 43' mg I1 ..--f-49' N X . IK -x ', Qiw g'-W-W . , I 151' Freshmen 9 VICKI LIEBERT-Tyler T3 I -7 DONNA LOPEZ-Houston LUANNE LUNDY-Lafayette, La. TANJA LUNDY-Jefferson IVIELANIE IVIACIEL-Grand Saline IVIARLENE IVIALCOLIVI-Tyler GARY JAY IVIALONE-Carthage QV MARK MARSHALL-calmer CAT:-uv MARTIN-Rusk f RICKY MASHBURN-Henderson v4 NATALI E IVIAXFI ELD-Tyler 4-Ol 'S I v MARILYN D. NIAYFIELD-San Antonio SHERRY IVIAYS-Pickton SHERRY IVICALISTER-Willis LEANNA IVICCASLIN-Tyler 4- 'M ig ' . ' Q ,nf ,, o , .. if 6 .Nix : .J-:sr-.: T332 0 Q., SANDY IVICCAULEY-Hemphill LARRY J. IVICCLENNY-Lindale RUSSELL IVICCOLLOIVI-Seagoville SCOTT IVICCOLLOIVI-Seagoville LEIGH ANN LLOYD-Delray Beach, Fla. 287 SUSAN IVICCOY-Houston JEANN E MCKAY-Chandler SHARON LANETTE IVICNUTT Gladewater LAUREN MCDONALD-Grand Saline SABRINA IVICDOVVELL-Mineola PATTI E IVICELIVIURRAY-Tyler LEE IVICGEE-Tyler SANDRA IVICKINNEY-Havvkms CINDY IVIILLER-Tyler DENISE IVIILLER-Rockdale LEILA IVIILLER-Elkhart MELISSA IVIITCHELL-Lufkin THELIVIA MITCHELL-Tyler DEBBIE IVIOBBS-Henderson CHRIS IVIOBLEY-Grapeland DEBBIE IVIORRIS-Longview RHON DA IVIORROW-Lindale DEBBIE IVIOSBY-IVlcKinney CHARLOTTE J. MOSLEY-Tyler AIVIY IVIULLINS-Grand Saline Freshmen v--:Y -J -.. 141' -si' ff? '4 1 I.- 1.2: Hpf ids 1 , IQVT5 'vw L 'af 0?- I G 10x x v- A-xy ,f K . . 4, i 5 in .52',5.n, gm eq. A,-I Ln ':A::l.z'!4ig5rq o ix: alcmrffqfi. - . wferkd' Y17a:i55:5J2i1 ' ' f Jha19l'5g,i '-gj-'Vee ' 5 " . 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PAIVI BAGAN-Wills Point BELINDA FIAGSDALEHTyIer DEBRA RAINWATEB-Tyler DAN BASOF2-Terrell TERRI RASOF2-Tyler GAYLE RICE-Tyler JANICE RICHARDSAI-Iouston DIANE BICHEY-Mineola DEBBIE RICHMOND-Longview KEELY RIDDLE-IVIt. Pleasant 'fi' as . ,fm A 4+-I-L .i Freshmen f-g w Q X 1' f-ff' KN 4,2 N o "s' :QV .1 f .::!i, 4 I W ',gv':I---H1 ff' --fs!!! - Freshmen l .vvfr'N I' 1 I. ,415 A I ,L- .-,pf ,ff-,Q ,oi 7 IN EN, It ND sl. EM? 7 K I X HE f . XFN! LAWRENCE RING LEYHTyIer AIVIY ROARK-lVlcKlnr1ey STEVEN ROBBINS-Nlarshall IVIAR LA ROBERTSON-Tyler GEORGIA KAY RODGERSfGrand Saline FRED RODGERS-Tyler NINA ROGERS-Big Sandy JIMMY ROLF-lVlt. Pleasant GLYNDA ROSS-Jacksonvulle KllVl L. ROZELL-Tyler CAROL RUSSELL-Dallas GAYLA RUSSELLADallas PAT SAIVIFORD-Jasper E. ALLISON SANDERS-Tyler KAY SANDERS4TyIer RICK SARVER-Fairbanks, Alaska JUNE SCALLAN-Houston BUSTER SCATES-Tyler ROBERT SCHACK-Tyler ROBYN SCHULTZ-Tyler 2 BECKY SCRITCHFIELD-Tyler LAURIE JEAN SENNOT-Dallas JAMES SEPIVIORE-Crockett CHARLES W. SEVER III-Rockvvall PAT SH EA-Ouitman ROGER SHELLENBERGER-Sherman DANIEL D. SHIFLETT-Tyler TINA SIIVIIVIONS-Mesquite SCOTT SISSON-Gilmer BECKY SKINNER-Gilmer ELISA SLAUGHTER-Tyler DAVID SIVIOAK-San Antonio DIANA SIVIITH-Smithfield PATRICK SIVIITH-Tyler SHANNON SIVIITH-Dallas SUSAN IVIARIE SIVIITH-Troup WES SIVIITH-IVIarshaII TAIVIIVIY SIVIITHEY-Lindale RENEE SNYDER-Tyler DUWAYN E SOUTHER-Granbury 'T"? Freshmen f 0 , J if 4? f . X 'L 'C' WJ? f 1 .I I I 4 1' IA I ROBERT SPARKS-Tyler LEE SPIVEY-Rusk THOMAS SPURCOCK-Nlineral Wells LYNETTE STAN LEY-Plano KENNY STEELE-Grand Saline STEVE STEPHENSON-Coleman CHERYL STEWARTvBrovvnvvood LYNETTE STEWART-Tyler CHIPPER STILES-Arp GEORGE STILES-Tyler CINDY STONE-Terrell TONYA STOODARD-Houston LISA STURART-Marshall CRISS SUDDUTH-Tyler GAIL SVVIFT-Eastland ANNETTE SWIHART-Alta Loma, Calif. IVIONA TAYLOR-Gunter COLLEEN TEIVIPLE-Plano DAVID L. THEDFORD-Rusk MARY TI-IIBODEAUX-Beaumont 2 SUE THOIVII-Dallas JOHN THOMSON-Tyler JANAY TOLBEFKT-VVO0dviIle RICK TOTTY-Tyler RENEE TOVVLESHHouston TOBY TRAVIS-Dallas CHARLES EVERETTE TURNER-Ben Wheeler LINDA FAYE TURNER-Pilot Point JEANNE TUTTLEfTyler GRETCHEN UHL-Dallas TAIVIIVIY UNDERWOOD-McKinney JAN VERNON-College Station CAROLYN VVAGGONER-IVIine0la JILL WALDRUIVI-New Boston TAIVIIVIY WALKER-Grand Saline ALLAN WALL-Gilmer CAROLE wALLAcEAGladewaxer DEDONA WAMMACK-McKinney LILY VVANGfTyler LU:-Lu: WANG-Tyler ,EU-4 Freshmen I A HI f ' ' 1f 'H' . . v,.?r ' Y 'TY .un ' If 'Biff M I W I L BILL WARREN-Coleman CAROLYN WATER-Tyler IVIELINDA WEAKLEY-Tyler CINDY WEBSTER-Dallas CRAIG WELCH-Tyler KATHRYN B. 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Gwnphta eau., sa., COLLEGE BOCKS "Nana Mo Shu!" 1427 S. Baba '7qb4, 78464 COAT S-McCAIN LUMBER CO MPANY moss 592-4lI2 - June momrson "Good Lumber Properly Used Has Never Failed" ...I 299 1 M9 N wr 2 4: : 23 s ,, KA Old English Village 1 South Broadway at Amherst, Tyler, Texas Gifts. Hallmark Cards, Cameras Pipes and Tobacco BA PTI T CI-IU H L'1,14gy5,fr2dae5 ,I Jeff.-Br' 109 No. Clayton, Tyler, Texas 75701 l214l 597-7248 Prescriptions Filled Lens DuDllC3T9d Contact Lens' Artificial EYES BOSTICK OPTICAL CO. Texas Finest Optical Service R. E. BOSTICK 912 S. Fleishel Tiflsvr, Texas 75701 Phone 214 593-8488 .,....-ms-:4g-H W LLo D JAMES FUNERAL HOME 'Jn Swift get C9fAm" ICE :U l - A C summer tomme srewlm LEONARD Rozett lOll EAST FIRST STREETiTYLER PHONE 597-6611 . t - I T - -1 -, 8 A n-f - .- , -f . , , . TYLER T Established 1850 'Hte jewel er G. J. LOETTERLE GEOLOGIST Peoples Na+ional Bank Building 594-6334 Pine? 56,535 Furniture in Complete Room Settings llb East Front 'Phone 592-8277 H SL Fabric Center Downtown new gamer' HARMON ewelero Diainondw Watelies Jewelry Gemologist fertitiieti Watelimaker ION W. Erwin Downtown Broadway Square RODIECK WELDING Q . . . . . AND RADIATOR SERVICE n ...fc ' . S63 hixson-ellis '!P 5"' ' ai' IZ9 N. Glenwood ,tx-on-fi - V Q A printing office furnifuro office supplies .A E 215 East Ferguson 592-7391 0 U.S.l. FILM PRODUCTS U.S. Industrial Chemicals Company Edirrx Downtown Tyler -7 Savings and Loan Association t South liroudwuy 111 NlhfTyler, Te s Brgrneh Offices: Whitehouse. Var rd Mineol 230 S. Broadway 0 Tyler, Texas WISENBAKER FIX AND ASSOCIATES Consulling Engineers Tyler-Denison of so es A se or rw ,J AQ 9 C D my '23 cf , -45 W0 LEVI STRAUSS 81 CO E I .J For The Best In Cor, Home And Business Insuronce bwmmmi dwpmdmf AGENT vssrzvss You Finsrf' ,QW my Independent Insurance Agents of Tyler ABC Insurance Agency Andrews-Daughiry Agency Apache Insurance Agency Bergfeld Agency Bosworth-West and Company Broadway Insurance Agency J. H. Brogan Insurance Agency CampbeII-Whitney Insurance Herman Cryer Agency East Texas Insurance Agency Fair Insurance Agency B. C. FIoyd Agency Foster Insurance Agency Haddad Insurance Agency Heath Insurance Agency Hibbs-Hallmark-Threlkeld, Inc. Houth-Stagner Insurance, Inc. Liles-Sudduth Insurance Harold Loving Insurance Agency R. L. Mullins and Company IVIurphy and Associates Pickens Insurance Center Portvvood Insurance Agency Preston Insurance Agency Shavv-IVIitcheII Insurance Jack Smith Insurance Agency Statewide Insurance Agency, Inc. Thompson-Hicks Insurance 0 T I Gas fs 11o111besfe11efQw 11011161 Tyler Auto Frame 81 Wheel Service I WHEEL S'rnAucH'rENeNc a. BRAKE SERVICE D111,-m.111i1 N.1mf,11Gas QM V D f , ,-M ! Tm ANDY DOLBERRY. Owuln 218 s arnma W 'T A "T ' 'T A 'W ' Pl-los: 897-9131- 597-ana TYLER, TEXAS EVERYTHING FOR THE COLLEGE STUDENT Bergfeld Shopping Center n op in asf exas... ROCDSTH AND GENECCDV X: T, 1 5 W: 1 '1 1 1 1 1 P -'T 1! 1 12 fy 1 11 I, 1 1 1 H L 1 11 N1 11 I 1 R I 15 T 1 1 V I I 1 I i 1 - ...I T 1 I I I f T xi . l 9 UZ 2772 ' 1 ' ' U7 W S . Home FUR ei-mace mcfarfmcnf .Son - 215 w. ERWIN IO7 N. Spring Clothing For The Entire Family DOWNTOWN DEPARTMENT STORE FOR EVERYONE IN THE FAMILY FOR DRESS AND Private Cuslorncr Parking "HZ Years Sewing East Texas HOUSEHOLD FU RNISHINGS Compliments PIRTLE AND TOWNSEND, INC I-IUDNALL 84 HUDNALL PETROLEUM GEOLOG-ISTS GEOLOGISTS 630 Citizens National Bank Building Peoples National Bank Building L Lens Duplicated Contact Lens RX Filled Glasses Adjusted 0 QAGSDALE-DAVENPORT OPTICAL 1309 W. Erwin 593-9291 Co-Owners Frank Ragsdale, Clyde Davenport 593-8466 818 S. Beckham George H. Rook George D. Rook We Guarantee Optical Perfection Compliments of GULF STATE LUMBER CO. 302 E. Line 593-9465 30 l It f -- W- i Selling Tyler and . East Texas - A , ' I' F Ez R I Q O Homes l , I of I Ranches l ll West Ninth pg O- BOX 6137 . Business N Ph-5597-3515 'Ulla Optimum 55112115 Aafeaman Tyler, Texas Properties Q 7571 1 11 I 3 3,.,45S,., I EAST TEXAS SAVINGS t drzvfnk se 54-if! was MMO? . . I g,gAv,g-gf Cam' Jaaamm , A 0 I SAFETY - srnzuem ' srnvics 218 North Broadway TYIBI, Texas HJ 1 1 5936451 for all Offices with pride . . . since 1868 I 'Nba Branch offices: 1 Lo 3238rS.B d ,Tl 11 ilili 3o2rS.Ma1n,Lrn5Z?eWay yer 1831 W. Gentry Pkwy. 592-1659 fl 9,nY60" Main lntersection Hwy. 31, T' Chandler ll sauna: -1 LINDII Ag S L K- a E VFR Mild- -Cgggdzf ll 311' SK' s A FUNERAL DIRECTORS 11 il 91 215 EAST FRONT STREET 0 TELEPHONE 502-6553 0 TYLER, TEXAS 75701 LL - , 'W 1 1 A A--- I -- - fjgg 5 J ffl ,lil -. ,-f Y! 6 l 5 gui i . W .5--Q V- J -'-1 ,N L Y ijfdj :H :jf F- v ' V 'Q ' f ,iQ Q 'S ' D 1 '.Y'Li A FE 41 I 1 ij-i'1i , . .1.1 1'1 1 - 1 4 L f 5 A A 1 1 I, 'fnwfi-s--.1,Q,QZ. C?m' V V -' 'rllalifv 4 Y A 5' T' . "' 1' .1-It-31g'g ff- ' NO SERVICE CHARGE ON ACCOUNTS S100 OR MORE 4 S' 7 DRIVE-IN DEPOSIT o WINDOW SERVICE Available for First National Check Aocount and Savings Account Customers FxIPl,ST NATIONAL BANK, Drive-In Open Monday-Saturday 9 H-mf 7 Pm- The Gold Eagle Bank Member FDIC 1 1 Just 6 minutes South on Troup Highway From Loop 323 1: Twifsznher Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. L. ,Eur E. .... ,.., . E E- . Q rl 'I cAPco AWNING COMPANY OF' TYLER. TEXAS MANUFACTURERS OF Aluminum and Canvas Awnings, Torpoulins, Truck Cushions, Boat Covers, Tents, Pcinfors Drop Cloths and Cable Canopies "Anything In Canvas" Phone 592-2712 l l I South Glenwood O Miss C C'oiiIciiipoi'1ii'y lfusliioiis Ill-1 limi liiglilli Sircci lieigtbld CSIIICI' lgillzxge Eztkzrg HOME-LIKE BAKING SERVICE If it's Borden BERGFELD SHOPPING CENTER g , PHONE lt,S gc! to be goo 805 W. Front d. ll' 1 1 IERGFELD The Bax! liz Ojjicc lT'tjlIflI7UIL'lIf Wfflidf Why 2792! TYPEWRITERS ff SALES f RENTALS + SERVICE FACTQRY RECONDITIONED 1101 E. F' F-I-H IBM TYPEWRITERS 214 597-2368 TYLER, TEXAS 75701 Adding Nlachines 81 Electronic Calculators 214 597-2369 Printing 8i Display O .l HAIR STYLING FOR MEN By Barber-S+ylis+ , if Sfyling egg fe . ,XRS I Hair -.-T Y- - -- 5- "' . . 1 -- - ., Mrigfjjrnzsvrons. ING. ' S"""h""""g ggi, t Hair U gf Air Conditioning " Co'o'i"9 W ' k Hegting if Razor Q V Applnances if Cuwng ,f TOM MALLORY K Owner 2600 E. FIHI1 597-838I 597-075l 202 W. Fron+ Tyler Mirror idmnre into Eurts and Glass 31126 -92011-c9g11M1ucn! 0 Glass Replacement 0S1orc1romx , Www 3800 Troop H'way 2800 West Erwm I Tyler, Texas 75701 Tyler, Texas 75701 1 I3 su. laer-mm Phone 507-fmfx 561-5080 592-1679 I' 4 STORY - RIGHT , -1 I OFFICE S . .1 ' ,f Al , +- UPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE PRINTING-GREETING CARDS- GIFT - PLUMBING 0 HEATING 0 AIR CONDITIONING f Wholesale f JIMMIE B. JONES 600 E. 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