Union College - Stespean Yearbook (Barbourville, KY)
- Class of 1982
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1982 volume:
5 0702 00102479 3 TESPEAN . WEEKS-TOWNSEND MEMORIAL LIBRARY UNION COLLEGE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY GIVEN BY grt ■ rf£ • » . ■■.■ ' ; jW«- - , . ' r ' , h rr . m 3-i « 3 ■ ' % ? ' ■} • ' • " i W.T- -in ' : irrf IiMW | W.T. ' ■I THE STESPEAN 1981-82 VOLUME LIV ' Union College Barbourville,. Kentucky . ' £• , - . .,HiiP!iElIi union College Barbourville, KY 40906 Speed Hall Abigail E. Weeks Memorial Library Dramatic Arts Center •l--v - .1 ' X __ ■ - Mahlon Miller Science Center Pfeiffer Hall Dormitory Stevenson Hall Dormitory Conway Boatman Chapel Student Center Lighthouse Well! Here it is! The 1982 Stespean has come in and we are proud! You will notice that some items and activities are left out. This is due to clubs, faculty, and staff not showing up for their photos or some photography difficulties. A yearbook can only be as good as it should be if EVERYONE cooperates. We were so busy in making sure all things were in order, we forgot to take our own photo! Listed below are the staff of The 1982 Stespean: Editor Arthur Honican Layout Editor Lori Brockman Photographers Melissa Bailey Barry Goetschius Raymond Short Byron Walker Business Managers Glenna Mills Gertrude Smith Secretary Susan Moore Advisor Dr. Betty Stroud Special thanks to Andy Messer, Delilia Miller, and Susan Williams for their volunteer help when dead- lines were approaching. Arthur Honican Editor 1982 CO O I— I CO ■ ' A a L June Dean Anderson Flat Lick, Kentucky Business Administration Accounting Jo Anne Ball Somerset, Kentucky English Bernadette Bingham Barbourville, Kentucky Elementary Education Janice Bingham Barbourville, Kentucky Health Michael Wayne Brothers Harlan, Kentucky Business Administration Cheryl Brown Corbin, Kentucky Accounting Carl H. Castell, Jr. Bloomlield, Kentucky Business Administration Robert L. Crawford Brookville, Ohio Health Cynthia B. Davis Pineville, Kentucky Business Administration Roberta Dean Tinsley, Kentucky Secondary Education Linda Green Barbourville, Kentucky Business Administration Sandy Hale Lebannon, Ohio Physics Math Bill E. Harbin, Jr. Pineville, Kentucky Accounting Business Administration Dominico Harris Barbourville, Kentucky Sociology Daniel M. Hoffman Pittman, New Jersey Business Administration Karen Hornbeck Lexington, Kentucky Physical Education Ch ucks Iwunze Nigeria Math Muhammad Jahangiri Shiraz, Iran Business Administration Dennis Macy Louisville, Kentucky Accounting Joesph Matvey Greensburg, Pennsylvania Sociology Glenna Mills Flat Lick, Kentucky Elementary Education Maxola Mills Dewitt, Kentucky Elementary Education Steven Allen Mitchell Madisonville, Kentucky History English Kim Moore Barbourville, Kentucky Business Adm. Office Adm. Brenda Neal Wallins Creek, Kentucky Business Administration Dwayne Peters Elizabethville, Pennsylvania Health and Physical Education Charles Pickard Barbourville, Kentucky Physics Math Linda Pizzutillo Medford, New Jersey Elementary Education Gina Suzette Smith Barbourville, Kentucky Business Adm. Office Adm. Linda Lou Smith London, Kentucky Business Administration Ed Stiner New Market, Tennessee Business Administration Veronic Surratt Jarvis, Kentucky Business Administration Jackie Waldroop Fonde, Kentucky Elementary Education Denver Word Manchester, Kentucky Physical Education SENIOR CHARACTERISTICS JUNIORS Rickie Allen Jennifer Amy Tina Anderson Jennifer Bachman Kathie Barzee Paula Bright Judy Broughton Scott Broughton Sylvia Cornelius Kathy Doane Lillie Galindo Keith Gilbert Susie Ann Goodin Teresa Gray Jeanne Gregory Barbara Hale Jennifer Lynn Hall Joyce Hill Sandra Hinkle Elizabeth Hoffman Anne Hogan Arthur Honican Karen Hornbeck Debbie Hoskins Susan Hoskins Rebecca Huntley Randy Hurst Helen Johnson Brad Jones Tammie Jones Matthew Kompancaril Judy Laws Elaine Livas David Malecki Bill McDonald Jack McWilliams Dennis Mills Gregory Mills Ralph Moore Cora Ann Noe Sharon Oxendine Arthur Pritchard Sharon Renfro Dwayne Ross Rod Sears Brenda Shelton Gertrude Smith Cory Straup Susi Sutter James Tinsley Terry Thompson Byron Walker Judy Warren Anthony Wells Susan Williams Beatriz Cardoso Paula Carson JUNIOR CHARACTERISTICS Hupid Tvyb CO o o On O CO Roger Alford Curtis Allen Alvin Bailey Priscilla Bailey Randall Baker Tammy Benge Nora Bingham Kenny Bright Stanley Brock Melinda Buchanan Julie Buzard Jeff Campbell Garnett Carnes Wilbur Carnes Mark Carson Lisa Chadwell Terry Coleman Deronda Collier Pamela DeBorde Andra Dunn Vila Dykes Winston Fleu Phyllis Frazier Pam Garner Margaret Gilbert Donna Girdner Dennis Graham Billy Griffin Charles Gross Teresa Haggard Susie Hale Dennis Hammons Norman Hayes Jeff Hensley Kathy Irvin Bobby Jackson David Jackson William Jackson Carlene Jeffers Charles Johnson Amir Keshanarz John King Jeff Lanham Doug Lunsford Karen Marser Kimberly Martin Pamela Jo Mason Tony Maxey Mike McWilliams Delila Miller Danny Mills Henry Mills Kathy Mills Mark Mills Charles Miracle Malcolm Miracle Janelle Mitzel Happy Mobelini Judy Owens Penny Pace Chris Pulliam Jackie Purnell Warren Reasor Earl Roberts Stephanie Slusher Marty Smith Michael Smith Teresa Smith Elaine Stout Michael Taylor Michael Thompson Tony Turner Eric Waters John Watkins Stephen White John Lindsay Woodcock Ron Yanich Lee Ann Alford Glenn Miller Cordia Stewart SOPHOMORE CHARACTERISTICS FRESHMEN Kathy Sue Alford Jeff Allie Jana Angel P.J. Austin Sandy Baker Shelia Baker Terry Baker George Barley Kim Barley Laretta Barton Elaine Begley Joy Berkley Glenna Beverly Delbert Bray Randy Bright Christine Brock Donna Brock Drertda Brock Irene Brock Donald Buchanan Laurie Burgin Michelle Burlew Benpierre Cabuay Matt Callihan Loretta Carroll Sherry Caudill Wendell Clark Taram Cleare Cecilia Contreas Dewayne Cooper Billie Cornell Carmela Crabb Brenda Craig Maxine Crater Chuck Crawford David Crawford Kenneth Crawford Betty Creasy Janet Deadwyler Priscilla Defore Deborah Dixon Bill Dunn Dwight Dunn Kathi Dunn Angela Elliott Robert Elliott Cecil Foley Ali Fuwaz Faye France Bryan Frederick John Cacesa Charlotte Gambrel Scott Gilbert Barry Goetschius Darla Goodman Alan Gover Helen Gray Karen Gray Vicky Gray Diane Greene Harold Cliff Gregory Kim Griffin Debbie Grubb Paul Hale Stella Faye Hale Tim Hammons Mashelle Hampton Debora Herd Mark Allen Herd Beverly Hensley Sherry Hensley Marjory Heldebrand Lavon Helton Gregory Hogg Akira Horio Anne Hoskins Steve Hoskins Regina Hubbard Carol Jackson Carla Jordan Harold Jones Karen Jones Reda Jones Tammy Jones Daphine Keith Douglas Keith Warren Kendig Bernice Kyereboah Patricia Laudon Virginia Lawson JoDonna Lewis Theresia Lewis Tommy Lockard Deborah Logan Jean Louis Celia Marcum Patricia Marin Pamela Martin Debrina Majette Pearl Maybrier Valerie Merida Lillie Messer Crysalina Middleton Connie Miller Kristina Miller ■ ,. fm Jim Mills Kimberly Mills Marcia Mills Britt Miracle Donald Mink Fredde Minick Susan Moore Sheilah Mosley Michael Muller Stephen Nagbe George Pappas Billy Parrott Lisa Parrott Beverly Patterson Sherry Patterson Vernetta Patterson Felicia Pembleton Tammie Perkins Vickie Phipps Joseph Pickard Loretta Pickard Tammy Powell Lonnie Powers Teresa Prater Edward Rae Roger Redmon Cynthia Reinhardt Claude Renfro Kay Rice Kelly Roaden Paula Roark Debra Rogers Jimmy Rose Peggy Sams Arnold Saylor Fairy Schwartzkopf Linda Sharp Leah Short Raymond Short Jr. Cathy Sizemore Chuck Slusher Ricky Slusher Darryl Smith Devonne Smith Eric Staub Kyoichi Sugimoto Bobbi Sutherland Joey Taylor Mary Taylor Ricardo Testino Ed Tinsley Barbara Trimarco Robin Trent Lynette Turner Martha Turner Robert Turner Greg Warlield Gary West Eddie Whitaker Michael Wilcher Teresa Williams Henry Wilson Vicki Wilson Darwin Winston Jennifer Witt Melissa Bailey Lori Brockman Jim Coldiron George Georgitsis John Lusby Andy Messer David Messer Barry stands guard outside of STESPEAN office. ADMISTRATION AND FACULTY DR. MAHLON A. MILLER President of Union College 1959- Anne B. Adams Reading Specialist Virginia S. Baker Administrative Assistant, Office of Academic Affairs, Instructor of English P -. Edward H. Black Director of Institutional Planning and Evaluation; SDIP Coordinator George Black Programmer Analyst Neil Bradley Career Counselor LaDonna Carey Director of Financial Aid Clevis Carter Director of Coal Tech., Asst. Prof, of Physical Science Debbie Cornelius Asst. Dir., Upward Bound Dan Crabtree Admissions Counselor Charles Dibble Director, Adult and Non- professional Cont. Ed. Jan Finkel Assoc. Prof, of English Faye France Circulation Supervisor Allan Green Assoc. Prof, of Music Joe Hacker Asst. Prof, of Business Arthur Hafner Prof, of Education Paula Hammons Asst. Prof, of Office Adm. Elizabeth Harris Secretary, Office of Academic Advising, Planning and Placement Beverly Hensley Secretary, Library Larry Inkster Assl. Prof, of Health and P.E.; Soccer coach, Baseball Coach Patricia Isaacs Inst, of Accounting Jenetta Johnson Postal Clerk ' B ' V g K+, j IM -V l 1 " ' xx J Daphine Keith Secretary of Registrar Mary Alice Lay Dir. of Alumni Affairs, Asst. Prof. of Home Ec. Richard Lockett Dir. of Exper. Ed.; Instr. of Pol. Science Debbie Long Sup. of Duplication Center W. Gordon Marigold Head, Dept. of Languages; Prof. of Languages Louise Martin Data Processing Randel Martin Asst. Prof, of Math Robert Matthews Head, Dept. of Religion and Philosophy; Francis Landrum Mem. Prof, of Rel. James McFerrin Head Librarian Darita Mills Purchasing Agent Pete Moore Head, Dept. of Health and P.E., Athletics Dir., Prof, of Health and P.E. Freda New Adm. Asst. to Dean to Students Joyce Newsome Computer Programmer Francis Nussbaum Assoc. Prof, of Biology Sherman Oxendine Assoc. Prof, of History; Dir. of App. Semester France Palridge Chairperson, Div. of App. Sci., Assoc. Prof, of Health and P.E. Lorefta Sue Payne Sr. Data Clerk Marshall Potter Super, of Buildings and Grounds Arlene Prewitt Instr. of English, CDA Program Brad Reynolds Public Information Off. Warren Robbins Dean of Graduate Acad. Affairs, Prof, of Ed. Laverna Saunders Dir. of Learning Resource Center Rev. Quentin Scholtz Campus Minister Pat Schweitzer Dorm. Dir. of Pfeiffer Hall Phyllis Sexton Bookstore Manager Carolyn Smith Sec. to Office of Acad. Advising and Career Placement Dwight Stewart Dean of Faculty, Prof, of Philosophy Betty Stroud Asst. Prof, of Music Beverly Swafford Secretary to Graduate Office Janet Tarry Dir. of Spec. Programs John Taylor Asst. Prof, of History Boyd Todd Business Man. Trea. Milton Townsend Vice Pres. for College Relations and Development Shelia Tucker Instr. of Bus. Adm. and Econ. William Turner Asst. Prof, of Education Don Weaver DP Director, Systems Analyst Kay Weaver C.R.O.S.S. Coordinator John Willis Asst. Prof, of Sociology Andelys Wood Assoc. Prof, of English Lester Woody Assoc. Prof, of English ACTIVITIES Staley Lectures Dr. Samuel Proctor (middle) was the guest speaker of the Staley Lectures. The theme of his lectures was " Human Understanding. " Students Dominico Harris (left) and Felicia Pemble- ton (right) attend a private session with Dr. Samuel Proctor. Willson-Gross Lectures Dr. James Efird (left), Assoc. Professor at Duke University School, was the guest speaker of the Willson-Gross Lectures. The theme of the lectures was based upon the title " Apocalyptic Literature. " Dr. Robert Matthews (center) and Rev. Quentin Scholtz (right) converses with Dr. Efird. CROSS CROSS is the acronym for the Campus Registry of Sharing Service. The purpose of CROSS is to fill requests for volunteers from county, city, and college service agencies with student, faculty, and staff volunteers. Students Stephanie Slusher (left) and Tammy Benge (right) paint the window sign at the Methodist Mountain Mission in Barbourville as their service to the community through CROSS. Campus Father Glennon of St. Gregory Roman Catholic Church aides Rev. Quentin Scholtz, Campus Minister, in the Ash Wednesday Service. The Campus Ministry program of Union College offers many opportunities to students. The Lighthouse Singers are composed of a group of students who volunteer their time and their singing abilities to go out to local churches and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. C.R.O.S.S. (Campus Registry of Sharing Services) is made up of students, faculty, and administration who wish to volunteer their time and talents for the campus community and the community of Barbourville. Chapel services are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Attendance is voluntary. Because of the new academic emphasis placed on Chapel, Chapel is offered as an hour credit for humanities. The Campus Ministry program, under the direction of Rev. Quentin Scholtz, Campus Minister, has a place for every student, faculty, and administration member of Union ' s campus community. Ministry ) -tf 4M5JEfflii Xk JL i r. y J m W ' r Jm£ Y P. a 1 fi§jffiHH| JttKBfi -. Mim . j One of the highlights of Campus Ministry is the Hanging of the Greens. Left to right: Judy Broughton, Deronda Collier, and Brenda Shelton prepare to decorate their window for the Hanging of the Greens. Cabaret Lori Morrison performs divinely p S i il ' V Stage Band director Allan Green shows the audience what he can do when it comes to jazz. Kim Moore captures the audience with her lovely voice. Linda Smith, 1982 Homecoming Queen, enjoys a dance with her escort. 1982 Sue Pitorak captures the eyes of men in the audience. Raymond Latrelle sings to us about a dead skunk. I .. " ;. L- tank TM mht I M ( ■ IV H ' ■ K Emcees Becky Houghton (left) and Danny Ad- ams (right) give a Mae West and W.C. Fields routine. Drama •a . • l m L P (P ■y - 1 BW ■J A K.1 35 r i V 11 : ' l ■ 1 ■• 1 I If k n 1 ■ 1 B h ■V 1 I II ■ 1 «■ V A ■ 1 GYPSY was the fall musical performed during Parents Weekend. Left to right: Susan Pitorak, Cathy Pesce, Connie Miller, and Linda Smith. JOE EGG was a comedy play performed in the Spring semester. Left to right: Conrad Richards, Deronda Collier, Susan Pitorak (kneeling), Jason LeMay, and Cathy Pesce. JACQUES BREL was a delightful musical comedy performed in the spring. Left to right: Becky Houghton, Richard Lockett, Randel Martin, and Betty Stroud. THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH was a childrens play performed in the fall. Left to right: Susan Williams. Del Bray, Barry Goetschius, and Celia Marcum. Choir The Union College Choir presents a Madrigal Dinner. The Union College Choir, under the direction of Dr. Betty Stroud, provides Union with opportunities of its students to enjoy and appreciate the many forms of musical art. The Choir sings many songs ranging from the music of the early Church, the Baroque era, madrigals, and contemporary songs as themes and arrangements from " Oklahoma, " " H.M.S. Pinafore, " and " West Side Story. " The Choir performs in Chapel services, Founder ' s Day, Honor ' s Day, and its fall and spring concerts. Brad Jones says, " You can ' t have your pig and eat it, too. " 1982 Soccer ■ From left to right. First row: Eric Waters, Ali Compier, Don Buchanan, Dan Hoffman, Rufus Dinuwelle, Shoja Nabavi, Chukes Iwunze, Ricardo Testino, Stephen Nagbe, Cory Straup, Second row: Karen Hornbeck, stats, Ali Fuwaz, Amir Keshavarz-Joud, Chuck Slusher, Darwin Winston, John Lusby, Dwayne Peters, John Gacesa, Carl Castell, Byron Walker, John P. Louis, Mohammad Jahangiri, Roy Silver, and Coach Larry Inkster. ™RwI Cory Straup strives to get the ball. 1981-82 SCHEDULE OPPONENT 2 Morehead State U. 3 2 3 University of Ky. Northern Kentucky U Transylvania Centre Georgetown Cumberland Berea JV 1 Centre 4 Georgetown Eastern Kentucky U. STATE TOURNAMENT 2 Transylvania Centre NAIA TOURNAMENT 1 Berea 4 Asbury MENS Left to right. First row: Greg Hogg, Alan Gover, Greg Gover, Chris Pulliam, and Ricky Slusher. Second row: Coach Pete Moore, Mike Welcher, Scott Broughton, Jeff Lanham, Happy Mobelini, Darryl Smith, Dwight Dunn, Jeff Reide, and Roger Redmond. Third row: Eddie Whittaker, George Barley, Doug Lunsford, Dwayne Ross, Guy Carter, and Mark Herd. 1981 -82 SCHEDULE UNION OPPONENT UNION OPPONENT 76 77 Carson Newman 81 110 Campbellsville 56 72 Winthrop 86 101 Rio Gramde 79 93 Georgetown 86 76 Tennessee Wesleyan 74 69 Thomas More 92 97 Lincoln Memorial 83 98 Berea 63 83 Xavier 80 101 Transylvania 83 96 Clinch Valley 61 86 Georgetown 66 79 Rio Grande 80 91 Alice Lloyd 57 61 Cumberland 57 67 Cumberland 96 76 Alice Lloyd 82 88 Clinch Valley 85 92 Berea 77 79 Pikeville 74 88 Carson Newman 86 91 Tennessee Wesleyan 8? 95 Bellarmine 98 92 Campbellsville 75 94 Rollins College 80 94 Thomas More 46 78 Central Florida 76 77 Pikeville 6? 103 Newberry 71 90 Lincoln Memorial KIAC TOURNAMENT 89 102 Thomas More Basketball Greg Gover makes the effort for Union. Doug Lunsford jumps for two. WOMENS Left to right. First row: Lisa Roark and Jana Angel. Second row: Teresa Haggard, Nancy Barger, Lori Muncy, and Regina Hubbard. Third row: Lori Brockman, Sandy Hale, Tammy Perkins, and Billie Cornett. Fourth row: Sherry Caudill, Debbie Dixon, Paula Carson, and Sharon Oxendine. Fifth row: Coach Sherry Yeager, Felicia Pembleton, Darla Goodman, Diane Greene, and Asst. Coach Jo Sloan. BASKETBALL Senior Billie Cornett keeps her eye on the ball. Senior Sandy Hale scouts the court. UNION OPPONENT 71 63 Transylvania 51 56 Linsey Wilson 60 62 Lincoln Memorial U 86 59 Transylvania 55 78 Cumberland 67 50 Alice Lloyd 76 67 Midway 64 81 Pikeville 55 67 Lincoln Memorial U 38 37 Lindsey Wilson 55 84 Lee ' s Jr. College 70 50 Centre 80 72 Berea 66 79 Georgetown 85 79 Transylvania 68 59 Centre 57 56 Sue Bennett 69 78 Berea 70 71 Lee ' s Jr. College 1981-82 SCHEDULE UNION OPPONENT 56 53 76 66 64 64 50 76 71 71 78 53 Midway Alice Lloyd Pikeville Sue Bennett Cumberland STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 54 51 Berea Midway REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 64 47 58 60 59 71 Columbia, S.C. Bridgewater, Va. Ferrum, Va. Record — 14-15 Conference — 7-2, 1st place Recognitions — 2nd in state 4th in regionals A team that plays together stays together. Paula at the line for Union. 1 ■ MT 1 m " m Wrv l frV 1 m W M 9 Debbie Dixon up for two. Sandy Hale on the attack. Get out of her way, Sharon! Swim Team Left to right. First row: Priscilla Defore, Pat Laudon, Stephanie Slusher, Michelle Burlew, Kim Callison, and Coach Drew Pringle. Second row: Dennis Macy, Mike Taylor, Carl Castell, Chuck Slusher, Donald Buchanan, and John Lusb y. Tennis Left to right: David Jackson, Arnold Saylor, Chuks Iwunze, John David King, Raj Muthuswamy, Dennis Macy, and Coach Allan Green. Not pictured are Bill Forester, John Lusby, and Mike Smith. 1982 Schedule Union 1 Opponent 8 Tusculum 9 Lincoln Memorial U 3 6 Tusculum 9 Lincoln Memorial U 9 3 1 1 1 7 5 6 8 8 8 2 4 Alice Lloyd Clinch Valley Asbury Clinch Valley Campbellsville Alice Lloyd Pikeville 1 8 Berea 3 6 Pikeville 3 1 6 8 Kentucky State Berea Overall record: 3-12 KIAC record: 3-6 Track Left to right. First row: Bill Jackson, Bobbie Sutherland, Priscilla Defore, Margaret Gilbert, and Chuck Slusher. Second row: Denver Word, John Louis, Eddie Whittaker, Mark Herd, Dennis Macy, and Coach Drew Pringle. 1983 ORGANIZATIONS Phi Beta Lambda 1 B I 1M I m. I o c °Ut : »buab.h ♦ h|jfe»BA 9H 4 BA| i A V 1 V 1 fe Left to right. First row: Cory Straup, Mike Brothers, Mike Thompson, Terry Thompson, Dan Hoffman. Second row: Fairy Schwartzhopf, Mary Manis, Priscilla Bailey, Penny Pace, Paula Hammons, Pam Garner, and Veronica Surrautt. Third row: Pam DeBorde, Lisa Sharpe, Teresa Payne, June Anderson, Teresa Sharpe, Sandy Hinkle, and Barbara Anderson. Gamma Beta Phi Left to right. First row: Beatriz Cardoso, Cathy Pesce, and Brenda Neal. Second row: Dan Hoffman, Donna Brock, Linda Pizzutillo, Pam Mason, Vita Coleman, Brenda Shelton, Judy Broughton, and Stan Brock. Third row: Becky Houghton, Gina Smith, Bill Forrester, Doug Lunsford, Happy Mobelini, Deronda Collier, Gertrude Smith, and Advisor Dr. Lester Woody. Pi Upsilon Beta Left to right. First row: Wilbur Carries, James Tinsley, Darris Broughton, and Shoja Nabavi Second row: Robert Elliott, Denver Word, Hossie Smith, and Bill Forrester lota Sigma Nu Lett to right. First row: Roberta Tinsley, Randy Martin, Gina Smith, Ralph Moore, Brenda Neal, and Cynthia Davis. Second row: Beverly Cottrell, Bernadette Bingham, Teresa Doan, JoAnn Ball, Peg Black, and Ed Black. Third row: Jean Wainscott, Cheryl Brown, Linda Greene, Elizabeth Hoffman, and Susan Hoskins. Fourth row: Gertrude Smith, Linda Smith, Susan Williams, June Anderson, and Bill McDonald. lota Mu Gamma First row. Left to right: Tammy Benge and Kim Moore. Second row: Stephanie Slushier, Lisa Brock, and Susan Baldwin. Third row: Kim Callison and Debrina Majette. MIDDLESBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC. P.O. Box 1485 Middlesboro, Kentucky 40965 D and W Cafeteria Trademart Center Corbin, Kentucky 528-8847 Catering Service ARA FOOD SERVICE Union and ARA Working Together for 24 Years. Compliments of The Bank of Harlan Harlan, Kentucky 40831 Compliments of KENTUCKY UTILITIES COMPANY OF PINEVLLE O ' DELLS JEWELRY GIFTS UNION PLAZA — BARBOURVILLE, KY 546-8015 THOMAS A. SMITH Compliments of THE CREEK STORE Flatlick, Kentucky Patrons Chris, Karla, Darla, and Joey Anderson Valory Baker Neil A. Bradley Terry Carnes Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon Rebecca L. Houghton J B Cafe Knox Studio Deborah M. 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