University of Arkansas Fort Smith - Numa Yearbook (Fort Smith, AR)

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.,,. a l E 1 N k Westark-Uniaue and friendhr .f"' 'e F i . it . '7 ,f if -235' . SN .X S -,Y xx I , K X ll, V E ' 5 , - 3 v 3 L Here 's Looking A t You, Westark. Westark Community College, a unique and friendly insti- tution large enough to provide a comprehensive curriculum to meet the needs, interests, objectives and capabilities of its area residents, yet small enough to radiate an atmosphere of student concern, Wiendliness, and lo yalty. - Westark strives to meet the educational, occupational, cultural, and social needs of its community. lt's a college that has grown from a modest, temporary, post high school facility to a new, exciting, and ever growing permanent campus. Westark 's 7 0-acre site has become one of the more attractive Hxtures of the Fort Smith area. The progress and excellence in recent years of Westark has been due to its Hne staff of highly capable, concerned, and dedicated individuals who believe in the institutional and philosophical program reflected by the college. Westark ranks as the largest community college in the state of Arkansas, and places Hfth largest among all the colleges and universities in the state. Arkansas and the surrounding area can be very proud of Westark, one of the leading community colleges in the nation. 3 The Spirit of Bogart lihgers on campw The "Here's Looking at you" theme for the '78 NUMA came about as a result of the October 7Dinner Theatre appearance of Robert Sacchi performing his "Bogey's Back " one man show. His performance so captured the essence of Humphrey Bogart and the imagin- ation of the audience that it appeared Bogey was indeed reincarnated and grolling the Westark campus for that ay. in xr' Our memories of Bogey, stimulated by Sacchi's performance, left the image of Bogart on campus and his spirit remained to observe us. We know what Bogart was like, but he doesn 't know about us. The 7970's are unfamiliar to him and his spirit lurked through our halls this academic year to give him a chance to look at life in these times as compared to his. Here's looking at you, Westark, through the eyes of Humphrey Bogart. At times, if one visited the Presidents ofhce while he was away the spirit of Bogey could be seen Hlling his chair, o verseeing the campus and its activities. The President may not always be on campus, but Bogart is. 5' SCHCOL LIFE F-'-'F N'-N f- W N 5 L K J .J x-i J,-J 5'c!1ooll1?e 171 general IIS' crowded sidewalks crowded , 'lgi 534. wi: fable , play bg game , . . . n - ,.,,, 1 .eva rw V L . . A X 1' - ,1 . -L-ff.-L.--, ' 71'-i.,.:L',-"C, Y -Q A U -1'w'ifzZ,-1-- 3. 'iv ' 191 W x 'L-1 ,H ,.,, H ., I v1f:mrf2,J1a?fl' +I my ' Ang- x,c,g..2- V'J'-.4Ji1P- -zisn. , 12555. , jmeff' 18 . playfhg cards workfhg on profbcbg and fkzsf dofhg if Q"Qi3E...af4 Your ff: bg. L, . ., ,Fl .,,-., J u' ., ' fn-33,7 . , P' iggff L, 'B A . 1 , . 131 ' 499 .,,..J,...,,3y.I, , , Puri Y v- ' 1 I Q 'L 5, M L3 'wiv' v uf .- 'Y 51 .1 J-c Y. u f , lx, 'r J A ff , J V -1, ,.. V 1 .. Ml! 'V fy: "1 i--i.Q'1,i'.'-:"'g ,gy 1 f Hjwz I I! ,-if 1,14-Q Zyl- xr,f,,iL, fl' in l , X A,-12,5 t il i-,'5,,2' - -, k ' '- 'E .lift-2 ' - "'fTy.,g X ,zjvj-,v::V!H,?n viii. I :ji Y l5,,..M13:-Z N I 4,3 ..,Lqffg , lag v V -A ' X . 'Zinn ag Fiiggirr.--. 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L- ' A 395111: -V ' Q '1 rg . .f ' W . o ,A t ' nj - -f-fgffrf ' ' . . , . A.. I, .1 . .5 7,55 T- -L , V. b . .L-W, 9 ,.' U I - 4.5.1 g, ' , "" ' -p '1 'R ' 0 , ,y ' 1 "is: '- 5 'Fl 'Z K 2 r ,r -cf Q am: x 1 - g, -4, V Q, , A nf , 4 1 ,..A f' ' .2 If ., 2- D ' Q . l ' ' ll msn, X .4 ' 'A I-'all semester began flag. ZZ Here's looking at the highlights of the many student activities available to Westark which play such an important role in making the campus atmosphere as fulfilling as it is. The start of fall classes in August is ushered in by the setting up of a stu- dent booth in front ofthe Union. The booth is an anchoring point where students can go to receive answers to all those questions that come up during the first few days. The beginning of a new school year always means an icebreaker dance, or in today's lingo, a disco. September greeted Westark with a new student feature, the '71ooner. " Special types of entertainment are presented in the union during the lunch hour to help students lfaculty and administration, tooj relax. The Hrst nooner was a concert of blue- grass music by Silverhawk. The Student Activities Council par- ticipated in a raft race representing the school in a United Fund function. In reference to their finish in the race, let's just say they worked hard and had fun. 10 'Wooners added fo student a'cf1'v1?1bs 5'e,o ember good for lots of ou door dCfl'Vlll?.S' Q xff l IZ" if' 1 lntramurals are an important part of school life at Westark. A complete program of sports are offered for people beginning with football in September. As part of the Community Service program, a course was offered in hang gliding and as a promotion of the class, a display was set up in front of the Student Union. HJ ny: W 5 z HX s t r- Q' .5-. L' , ' 1- Jae? 'SY "I I .rf 1 :':.we:.A'f2 :Args 1- f , ,,,.w f!cu.,J. 'E - . ' ' "vig -f.L51:v,1ug r ,, J-, 1 2 A Q 1'5 f 'WN- -rv Vlbfmu' - my am 5 L-u rv M 13 October brought lots of talent to c pzo' October brought the comedy team, Edmonds and Curly, to Westark for a nooner. Their college age humor met with the approval of the overflowing union crowd. Their two hour show was a fast paced laugh a minute affair. A former Westark student, jerry Saliee, gave a K uk-Sooi Won Karate demonstration in a nooner performance. 0 lt caught the eye of the viewers as intensely as it did the eye of the camera. 'Q-,if 1 E' 'T tif? u 14 if ,gg we Student unibn is always alive wif!! action A real treat for Westark and the com- munity, and the event which triggered the theme for this book, came in the form of a Dinner Theatre performance by actor Robert Sacchi in "Bogey's Back. " . Sacchi completely captivated the audience with his remarkable presen- tation of Humphrey Bogart. The show was sold out and received a tremendous reaction from the audi- 61768. The steak wasn 't bad either. i 'F-vw If ifii A ' ' fl? 'I T' n Z are Ocfober ushers in fire beauty of autumn The Halloween disco dance displayed Westark students at their best-in costume. The costume dance was enjoyed by all, even if you didn't know who they were. Kathy Anderson, janie Peoples and Terri Rice won the best costume awards. We 'll let you try and figure out who was who. 17 November offered new "Cafe Plas " and. . . November came and brought with it a new feature to the campus. Cafe Plus, a coffeehouse, was premiered by the appearance of popular singer john Hiatt. The evening featured john, his music, coffee, popcorn, and other assorted ingredients of the coffeehouse atmos- phere. Popular during the late '50's and early '60's, the coffee- house concept is coming back strong on the college cam- pus. A traveling Russian foil? ensemble, Tziganka, visited West- ark and captivated the union with a program of Russian song and dance. The nooner show gave us the opportunity to see and hear and learn about a culture and way of life quite different from whatwe are used to here in the United States and Arkansas. A 1 I . 18 OID 1 'J f if ,x -tm. o look ar another way of We 1 ,'.'- go- f - "'f - . x K 1 my ' 2 who -. 1 ,5 po.- N, , , ,lg 5 Y Drama department presented 'Tcratclz " 172 festival com etitibn November 77, 78 and 79 marked the performance of the fall production 'Scratch" in the Breedlove Auditorium. 'Scratch, " the story of the Devil and Daniel Webster, was written by Archibald MacLeish and directed by David Young. The production starred Red Khilling as Daniel Webster, Daniel Sapp as Scratch, Kelley Sheppard as jabez Stone, Bruce Higgs as judge Hathorne,' and Debra Bourgeois, Bob Carver, Dennis Cortez, Warren Dodson, Tom Fitz- gerald, james Freeman, Tina Hausler, Mary Kelly, Melvin Martin, Nancy Meadors, Deborah A. Murray, Libby Walton, and Carl Willis as the jury. Design and Technical Direction was by Chuck G erard y. Sound effects were operated by Tom Walton. O. j. Henley and Ron Ramsey composed the musical score and were featured as folk singers. The cast and crew traveled to Little Rock to perform in The American College Theatre Festivaf where Chuck received the AMOCO Award of Excellence for set design and construction. 20' A. w 1 X rj ,a. .1 ,a . ,Q af, ,....5.. v SD . J. N 2 1 dawned WM dcfiwfy and s ywusA5f,100Q KS if ,-ru f 13124. fa? .-.Q H ri p TT.'-,-'r-,L '- 'E 'iiijl lf 'E-' f??' ,-fi'-2' 5 u'i5'Q5q1Q -3 ' - ,- 'F' . ' ,L QI ,., -' Y . -YY ---f-W V in -V -.wi -'+,Nvg----- A f. ,. --., V 4 31 -1 'J v 1 I"vT iam -rv ,- ,pw I. ' 1' X f In - A Hi Y .-.1 Q . , 12, 2 N' :fgqi , l,.! 1 :Q ' ' 1 Jf' , 5 ' lffvfx ,K - , F131 Afvjff .. 1v,g+m5 " '23 I-'all semester ended lb co orful sry e December arrived with the performance of Paul Gerni, world trick and fancy shot pocket billiard champion. Since shooting pool is almost the national pastime for students here, the skills of Paul Gerni were received with appreciation and awe. Main Squeeze provided the entertainment for the Christ- mas disco which climaxed the fall semester. The dance featured the announcement of the first annual Mr. and Ms. Student Body contest winners. Dennis Cortez and Diane McNeil were the winners and reigned over the festivities. Of course, what would Christmas be without a tree in the union and a visit from Santa. Santa came to campus and visited the children in the Child Development Center. -24 Santa VIISYYEJ the CMJ De velopmenf fenfer Y .I,- P' 9 . 1 ' . Q ri , J , f ,. .. ,7- fg r, .ij 1 1 , .1 l.q,f"'gya " g.,.a ir A J -. . . :,. . -,-,, ,-1 ', ,V P. ,L .- 4, ' , I, C 4+ ' . Flfiilgg u , ' y Snow stalled Sfdff of sp Mg eme fer Oli ffl f .117 gi "AE 1 KJ ,. N 1 .X J ui 17-1 ni. . ,Y., I T B," ,.5 If ,L 26 N , .,.. . 7.1, - -5 , 5' '- :ffl ., -gr' 1.--ZLL? 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Dr. jack Cutler, Dean of Students, crowned her preceding the start of the Westark vs Seminole basketball game. Her court included: Myra Porter, April Clayton, Kristie Steward and Marian Cole. The evening also included a spectacular performance by the Felines, the drill team. They performed in a total blackout to This night, he danced in full black tie and tails. After the game, Roto-The Wonder Band performed at the Homecoming dance, held in the student union. The group, fresh from an appearance on the Gong Show wowed the audience with their great variety of music and costumes. All in all, it was a gala week Hlled with super events for everyone who partici- pated. the theme from 'Star Wars" using orange flashlights for special effects. james Freeman, who will be the dancing Razorback for the University of Arkansas next fall, topped the bas- ketball festivities with another one of his super dance routines. 52 Black Empbaslk Week and flearf Dlkease program hhfkfred February 13, V ii .-.'ZT..'?.:'-' I Q MJ- ,Mb I Basketball lions get gooo' following at fe- it llafcllihson, Kansas se Many of us stayed at home and watched the Lions defeat Baltimore Community College on television in the opening round of the NjCAA National Basketball Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas. However, several loyal fans from Westark made the trip to view the Lions in person. The cheerleaders were there thanks to Max Burns and his family who drove the girls up there in the school van. Also, President Krab y and Dean Cutler represented the administration by making the trip. All in all it was an exciting time for the school and the players. Whether they were playing ball or eating huge team meals, it was an experience to be remembered for all who participated. 34 Return trio fo IVJLWI Nanbnal Tournament ngfnlgynfs March N J C A A BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT ,T MARCH-411+-18 1978 - 1 V1 :L. ,S 'L'.,!' KL' if!! f.f.:i".l,'g'u . V ' 1'fm?!.ksAn:lLUp41QAIiiaHJI.-'iii' f 1 .1 ' 1 V . ' ' i,,Wgw , j HOME OF THE NATIONAL 1 3 nf T 'll n V Ti n f A f fi 1 K ,gflzn I Sports hgares visit city Through a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Program, Westark spon- sored a lecture and discussion series in April entitled "The Humanistic Aspect of Sports in America. " The three programs, the Hrst dealing with professional sports, the second with collegiate sports, and the third dealing with local sports brought to town four celebrities from the world of sports. jim Tunney, head NFL referee, Preston Pearson, halfback for the Dallas Cowboys, Peter Gent, former Dallas Cowboy and author of "North Dallas Forty", and john Wooden, famed basketball coach at UCLA were all in Ft. Smith as participants in the series which also featured local and statewide academic humanists. The lectures and discussions took place in the Ft. Smith Municipal Audi- torium and illustrated, in yet another way, the community service through education that Westark provides. 37 Miss Wesfark pageant illustrated the college at its bard- working best On Saturday night April 7, Westarle had one of its proudest moments when it hosted the Hrst Miss Westark Pageant in conjunction with the Miss America Pageant. April Clayton, who was crowned Miss Westark, Karen Higgins who was first runner-up,' Angela Perkins, who was second runner-up and Robyn Osgatharp, who was voted Miss Congeniality were not the only winners. The college, the city, and all the people involved were all winners as the affair was honored as being one of the most organiled, best planned, and smoothest run pageants in the state. April Clayton, Lynn Franzke, Laura Grimm, Karen Higgins, Angela Per- kins. y. -ff-, s '. a n Nm , :sf lla '1 7 N J 1 1 1,1 r i I rf f + fl 1 1 H 5. .1 . .I 1 Patti Skinner, Robyn Osgatharp, Linda Wells, Theresa Danvouth, Karen Roper, Laurie Crews. .VH Af. 3,1 -1 ILHI Lg.. A A Nursing students create mock disaster April showers bring more than May Howers. In this part of the country, April also brings the threat of tornadoes and severe weather. E To prepare the campus for action in the event of severe weather, the Health Occupations division held a mock disaster situation on campus. Education and public service was again demonstrated on the Westark campus. 1 If if 4 Vi Pia. a gg, 40 Y' W -Y 1 -: sal lldmrhrstratrbn threw picnic for faculty staff and students The Westark administration hosted an appreciation picnic for the entire campus community on Wednesday, April 26. Faculty, staff and students fsometimes complete with their familiesj were offered a smorgasbord of free food on the Circle Drive lawn. Hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, chips and soft drinks were served by the administration. President Kraby, Dean of Instruction, Dean Shane, Dean of Students, jack Cutler, Director of Public Information, Sondra Waldropg Dean of Business Affairs, jim Bolin, and Assistant to the President, Richard Hudson were all decked out in western apparel behind the serving line. The event was an enjoyable success and proved that the administration does indeed serve the campus. 41 382 sfudenfs fora! Wesfdrk 3 49171 grdduaflbn class FACULTY s. ADMINISTRATION f N-N fp F N -T Q K J ..J g... T-J K J James M Kraby President 'Togefher we can coafihae to make this a great college. " Being responsible for the administration and supervision of the college in conformity with the policies and procedures of the Board of Trustees and the laws of the state of Arkansas are the official duties of the president. But being President of Westark goes beyond that. james Krab y, in his third year as President, goes beyond that. He 's in touch with the faculty, the staff the students, the community, the state. He understands their needs and their wants and he evokes enthusiasm and concern about meeting them. He loves Westark and he isn 't shy about telling how proud he is of it. He knows its problems, and he isn 't ashamed to admit them. He 's a stern leader, and he's a friend. , He feels the biggest accomplishment associated with the office of the President this year was the reaccreditation for the next seven years by the North Central Evaluation A ssociation. 3 1 - 44 X ,,. , 4:-ff :TUE , 53. .. - 1 VTE-V ,E ,V . , , K.:,-vA , , , F ' f 5, , f,-'raw ,VT , .M-1. 1... ,- Q fam," Q ' 11-iz 2:3'-'- 2 V 'L f !Ef137'- f-'v ' 'HY :.,5Q...-.-.':,3- , . ., , 'mr A ' 'a-.'g5'1'ff""'- Z. 5 ' 'T 1 "v - . ,H-.Q-5 -5- , ' A .."'.-I' r .." I, - m ',-6 .15, -Jr',1"'2, ws- '2f,f1-E14 ,. -,JI , ' ff-gm V , , ., '. W 1. V '?!:,.u-lr" - - dx qff. . - .iii ' ' ' J' A!! ' N "lr-wi 'f1F5iiQiz?Q'J? , ,.'1f"7 ' -'L'-, . " ,L X '- ' -111, 1 ' . fi. 1 ' I . I N ' H Y ffl F ' .L fb' 'K L. Y H V- , Y: I. . N, ,,, ,, X , . qw . 1,5-j p ,N-1,5 T J.,-.4,','r1. ' '- .-if ,114 '-i1f.ff"r-v 2'--?f?f' :HQ ' ,,.n .2 'Af'.,-,- V-,fl NA .fr L.-.jg F' J-' JY... H... .: 'rf ' gag, , ' , . 4-,Lz1.' 2 .lack Cutleq Dean of Students ln only his Hrst year at Westark, jack Cutler made a permanent impression on student affairs. His enthusiasm and availability made everyone feel comfortable and secure that they were being properly cared for by the administration. His participation in campus activities and innovative programs showed that he cared about making Westark 's light shine brighter. Providing leadership for student affairs programs such as recruitment, admis- sions, records, counseling, health services, student activities, cooperative education, placement, Hnancial aid, veterans affairs, student publications and the evaluation center is an awesome responsibility and Dean Cutler approached it with an energy that rubbed off on everyone he worked vvith. 46 Running the business operations ofa community college is a complex job. jim Bolin, after 76 years at Westark, still seems to make it enjoyable. His duties have a wide range of respon- sibilities including: supervision over buildings and grounds, purchasing, accounting, bookstore, cafeteria, personnel, and duplicating. The installation of 'a new telephone communications system and the installation .of all new locks on cam- pus were two of the major projects completed by his area this year. . ft Blakely Associate Dean for Arts and Sciences Dr. S. H. Blakely is not new to the Westark campus. He has been serving the college since 7955. He is reponsible for the instructional programs of the Divisions of Humanities, Natural Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Developmental Education. New classes and programs in the fields of journalism, law enforcement, and physical education were just a few of the innovations added to the curriculum this year through his guidance. 48 f' Harold We Associate Dean for 0cca,vafibnai Edacafibn Harold Hile is responsible for all occu- pational training programs. He supervises the Business, Tech- nology, and Health Occupations Divisions and is responsible for seeing that the college 's occupational pro- grams meet the needs of local business and industry. This year his area has made many improvements in the curriculums of various divisions. ln Technology, a residential carpentry class is building a home in Fianna Hills. A selfpaced program of individualized instruction in typing and shorthand was implemented in Business. Health Occupations doubled its enroll- ment by admitting new students both semesters rather than just once a year. Harold Hile has served Westark since 7963. l-'rank Prossen Associate Dean for Community 5'er vibes and Confihwhg Educafibn Frank Prosser has been at Westarle for three years. He directs the credit-free educational program of the college and maintains close relations with community agencies, businesses, and industries. By coordinating programs with the community to better train their employees, and by offering opportunities to individuals to pursue hobbies, community' service and continuing education is one of the fastest growing and integral parts of Westark. Emergency Medical Held class, Disco Dancing, and Earthworm Ecology Pro Ht class were the most popular courses this year. The 60 Plus program for senior citizens is another valuable asset in this area allowing those over 60 years in age to return to school in programs designed especially for them. "We had 7 40 classes this year," stated Prosser, "and the headcount is up and continuing to grow. " !"" ',. 3 1 --'-we X L nf 50 Ribimra' Hudson Assistant to the President V -n.-5 ' f ' ' ' ' f ' 'ffflgr-r la . , 7 251 1 T. 3 V1 L ' - Wien-, .' sail ? V ' " 1 ,., ' -7 , 4 .ff .E 3: "."j . . '+ g fi f ,Lu B -h 1 . .f:i?' -1 521' . 'QM 97. 7' 1 '79 fg, N332 ' 3- s -use 12 "lf-i9!'- tm " , 'f'3Qf'.if -" A -. N --.wtf ' A' ..-N if rf. ws. Y .- ,' 1 gn .su s . ,F .U iq.. :., . if 5-im ..-- "ew --v iii W' ff .fx . - .1.5:e::.fuJ v 'Tig 293' 1' Q.: e ? ii ,' . "" ' 9 ' ,Q if Vgtmfqg' hi 'ig N 'F 5 ,gt 3 mx-xexe ,I ' 1 D 'Q-hxggam' a-- ..,-H . 11, 4 . 'if '- 1. " i'- W' "" 'iw ' 5 Y I It' Vm'f,,A ':. ' -.' 'tl' 'r .f ' -- ' 'KK 3-iv if-: ,Qi - 'Ez-.u,3e,',-. T?" 'ffjizz-, 11: - '-, g.P'. -- .Q fn- 'Ns I ss..- -an If L . 1 E5 5 f. -,I .1 We 5 A . by V Wt . N H M.. N....,K. fn'-I Performing the duties of afHrmative actionlTitle lX compliance ofr7cer, institutional research director, federal programs coordinator, and supervising special projects assigned by the Presi- dent keeps Richard Hudson busy. Since 7969, Hudson has served West- ark, the past 2 years at his present position. Major accomplishments through his guidance this year were directing preparations for the reaccreditation stud y, directing the lecture series on The Humanistic Aspect of Sports in America, and coordinating a study to make necessary changes on campus to make it fully accessible to the handi- capped. 51 The Boa a' of 7 wfee . rfffv. r .1 ' ' '37 -,x ?i 1 .' - A 'A 7 u.r,:,i'- ."5' , -A' ' .X af'11j,:-1-,-c-JJQQQ + ,sf 1 , ,.1 , 5.54 94,-yy 11, A ,.,-.--in-fx. NJ eq., , , 1? -I . , f7'.E1j?!f'jfQgQ 4 A ef . , A ! 5 lilvtil-f.A:, '4 3 4 - h ,M ,FA -A F A ' -V pun-fra-..,1f. I I , I ix. .. -1' f .' ' 4- W .gh-i!"'9'W'f"' .-N, A cr- avi-'fi-,W"5"',"ii13'FfI-F' v - 'L '1 1, Q -fl 1 :L'.:Jiti'vz!'5"Z'jF- P '-ffflgliiflfe. ,x A' 5:-x I ' xy-Ji. . ff. wk. ,,,. ,., Y , . GK" .iJ'1'1i!.srf, j. ,-"T 1,-1.:'Pr.f -' -'M'-Q' ' W 1 -mg-'-ff:-'be:L1w.. L-w...,f . 1.69-F' ,,r:'.-A . - - , .5-'gsgfff.:.1:wu.r-,-w:,--A- - 1, . ' Mlgyw,fgihfgf-5.15-,....rg un. v- I '.' 'y .fx-.t N A, h. . , 9- r. . J Erfuffifh E7 An' A 'Xt ' thx ' 1 wg A LN mg ' .iigfl 1 2: 1" . -, .,., , .mf-4 ,V f 46. 5 vm -A-'T Eugene Rapley-Chairman Nancy Llewellyn-Secretary Sandy Sanders- Vice-Chairman Dr. Wayne Lanier- Treasurer 52 Conaly Bedell ..f',' -,-. V, L .K my J' .13 1 Q.: 52" f ,gf ,. H, fi, F' x. '1 lv Ivy' ,.. . fr . H gf.: T. I . . . Y Sat: , I x ' Dr. james Burgess Dr. William W. Klusmeier , . M 9 J a-X 4 135 l A " N "N ,KU 4 ,ii-'l , e Q- I " fax 1 t T1 V1 J' P9 xx 1 'v . L K 7 Sam Sicard '-139 E355-151,, MFE? F4 . -1 iilf .f A- '- .,y.w.,.p . 1 i'fiQgIfTi,, rg ,- wlflls-,W . 5:33231 1 . A 'vu- .JT fxf'f' A " . ' gm. 1-,ffmjf 3. ' - ' '51-Sf: . 'N X Y . Lf" Herman Udouj The governing body of Westark Com- munity College is a nine-member board who are elected by the citizens of Sebastian County. They are elected by the voters of the district for terms of six years with terms of three members expiring each two years. Board meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at noon in the Vines Conference Room. 53 Division of Business 6eneral Business Secretarial Science fransporfafibn Dafa Processihg First Row: Claude Yancey-Ao counting, Betty Price-Secretarial Science, Sharon Winn-BasinessfSecre- tarial Science, Faye jones-Secretary, Michael Hendrix-Data Processing. Second Row: john Collins-Data Processing, Francis Bedell-Econornics, Ron R ichard-A ccoun ting, Paul Leggett-Business, Ray Sparks-Data Processing Director, Nolan Lickey- Chairman. 54 flier? bwlhess IIS' your basvhess Dl'Vl3'Ibll of De velopmenfal Educaflbn De velopmenfal Wrhvhg De velopmenfal Reddfhg Developmental Math 6areer De vefopmenf WW' m Hutchinson-Eng! h E- 0 d I nguage, Martha E uford D d Ee aff Eagzve L00pAjrgSec t y ut' y- airpvant 1' eCo 5'kl7lS ldb ZZZJQXNQ 1255732255355 56 5? JK I-'fha' yourself in De velopmenfal Ed First Row: Eileen Case y-A DM jane Lewis- A DN, jo yce Morris-A DN, Lynne Whet- sell-A DN, Nadine Killion-A DN. Second Row: Gail Maxwell-A DN, Suzanne McGraw-A DN, Carolyn Branch-Chairman, Roger Voelleel-A DN, Kathy Boch-A DN, Pearl Good-A DN. Third Row: Sue Sturgeon-ORT, Betty Bolin-LPN, Mary Hamrnack-LPN, Darla Porter-LPN, Kathy Martin-A DN, Susan Chaney-A DN, A nita Hamrnack -A DN, Gale Hightower-Media Coordinator. F TA' '1,fg'- ' vw l :fi 771 e People He ,v People """7F"' --.-vr,.'.:f:.:1iif " ' , A 41' , 'Sf' Zlgw. f, 55755 ,,..:... , ., ' .,gf1,:,:g , mimi' I I 7'l!'f A.- FY 1 r. n Y -Q, iff -- its 'Q . ,. - -. " v ix A 3, -0- QL., .meg A' . 'fi -11.1 in-up ,', ' S ....,4,1,,1, - .. ..1 .-,4- -.,..x.e.1.r,-J, ,buf ..., - J, 1..fd...-...nhuclmzen .taxe:.L.:-u.m....w.u,.u e ". . A:,. - I Vg, ' '-'-"4 .RW-xi Qglgf V X A ' 5- in - - - -ff, ' 1.1 ,'- f U ' ' 'V 1 i4N'3'F"t54, e i iq J 'f' . r - ' A , -.1 1 " ' .. ,Lf 1,,,3,g1 K I M Y -. , .R i LJ-g.Mg1a,,,I 'ff ' ,- alffv' ,nk -M-a" ,. , J. v 1 . A ' th 1 , ,july ma f , .:.,ff wi M W ,J e iif' 411 N N :fpffzwwg . ' ' 'Ivy ' 5: fi! -Wlff ' . , .Q . . ,V V L . Y ff W ' fe A ' ' U 'db' 4' 1 Q53 . ,,,u,..,x',. , b vm! fJ,4',g.Q , ,J -1 - A W. , X, X A ' -'37u".1: -' ,U 4 V3 X ,, I l .ii i A f 'l x L ,ef - 'Q f' v ...e --X , . ,-1'-Ar .. f - 5 ,ww V 1 VA. ' 1- 1:A.1 .1 ggi. 59 Dl'Vl3'lbll of Humanities Engllkh Foregfn language Aff Mask Drama Speech Joamalrkm First Row: Logan Green-Music, Barbara Bartlett-English, Kathleen Cameron- English. Second Row: Nancy Allen-Secretary, Betsy Altman-English, David Young- Dran1afSpeech. Third Row: Walter lVlinnlear-Chairman, Don Tannehill-English, Kathleen Keck- Muslc, Pete Howard-A rt. Fourth Row: Chuck Gerardy-Technical Director, Nancy Zechiedrfch-Spanish, Tom Walton-journalisrnffipeech, john Preas-Speech. .Ju--, 60 -1 'r .' 1 4 . L ug A. For Humans 0nly? Divikibn of Natural Science Biology Chemistry Engiheerihg Mathematics Physics First Row: Dixie Metheny-Math, Katy Brake-Secretary, Sheila Huffstetler- Biology Technician, Mike Hightower- Chairman. Second Row: Tom Clark-Chemistry, Sam MacFerran-Biology. Third Row: jirn Houston-Biology, Doyle Coe-Math, Larry Weigana'-Math, Charles lrish-Physics, Tom Buchanan- Biologyg Bill Holder-Math, David Meeks- Biology. '...,. -li -n-'UF' E, M V Yf ,-,,,.,4-an--'A"f""'.-v I- F -12"-i-K ,.-.--If' , ,..' 1' "v.,,:g -Q.,,,P,gg:L "+,.n,, PH' im' u ' ri -. 5 ' s ' x ,my 9 w. ,. -if L z ,X t .,., 1 1 X, I They do ffuhgs 'hafaralqf " Pl'Vl3'lb0 of 5'0Claf dad Bena woral Scrences Geography fnlftory law Enforcement Pnr7oso,ony Pnysrca! Education Polrtrcal Science Psychology Socrology Edacatron Mr7rtary Scrence ltaman Services Day fare C'enter Q. Y1'3."4 First Row: Linda Gibbons-Psychology, Dan Butler, Chair- man, Dorothy Rappeport-PsychologylEo'ucation. Second Row: Pat Porter-Sociology, Eo' Levy-Political Science, Dorothy Forst-Secretary, Dan Breitenberg- History, George McA lister-History, Maurice Thompson- Law Enforcement, Harold Callahan, Physical Education. flu? is where y0ll learn fo behave socially? sl I ra 5 a 65 llufo Mechanics 3a17dlhg Trades Draffrhg flecfncal Marhzt Electronics Furniture Plant Maintenance Macluhe 5'l1o,o Een. Technology Weldlhg First Row: Pattjoyce-Secretary, Gary Gebhart-Auto Mechanics, Bill Fitz- gerald-Auto Mechanics, Don Good- win-Chairman. Second Row: Dwight Mason-Auto Mechanics, Doug Statham-Machine Shop, Ken Butler-A uto Mechanics. First Row: Stan Cagle-Electronics, M C l d-D' ft' Ch l ary ope an ra ing, ar es Callison- Welding, George White-E lec- tronics. Second Row: john Samuels-Eleo tronics, Dan Page-Electronics, Lee Curnrnings-Drafting, Dixon Bridges- Welding. 66 Diwkion of fechnology pf Divflwbn features hgh employment placement rdfe -I-1-M is ..-W V . s . . imc?-. X 1 '--, H - ' rQgfg:5'.1.X E Pam Stallings-Clerk, Dennis Cash- Director of Admissions and Records, Mary Edmisten-Clerk, jeanne Stevens -Clerk! Typist. Bwihess 0fi92'e Anita Woodard-A ccounfant, Debbie Breedlove-Payroll Of17cer, Coietta Stengei-A ccounting Asst., Virginia Bachrnan-Accountant, Genelle Yates- Business Manager, Sheri Martin- Cashier. 68 Pa cizashg 6 .ffl ' I N i x . , xxyw 1' e-fd ,5,1- f in -'Q i!i2.'g 1.,.L 4. Gary Perry-Purchasing Agent, Betty King-Secretary. Maxine Reeves- Switchboard Operator 1 '1 :":1'PKX' ' ' X , :UL .Q fj , H, ,fl '5 ,. -XL ,A.,. X 3-, . c' 0 Y Gertrude Hon- Duplicating Services Ope aio Dup kathy 69 Hhanclal Alb' 5 Placement X -:Q 'ii 2. Ls' 35 li ' 3 , 1 1 Gabriel Peters-Director of Financial Aid and Placement, Libby Walton-Secretary, Linda Mankins-A ccounting A ssistant. E 5 5 4 70 Guklance and Counsellhg i w - Mary Wilcox-Counselor, Dr. Warren Dodson-Counselor, Dr. Lee M ynatt-Counselor, Cheryl Peters-Counselor, Dr. Sue K incannon-Director of Guidance and Counseling. Camnig .Vfzqp Leo Rice-Bookstore Manager, Bess Mc Williams-Clerk Staff De velopmenf Dr. Gordon Watts- Dfrector of Staff Development learnrrg Resources Center .4 Mary Steward-SecretarylClerk, Carolyn Filipelli- Readers Services Librarian, Max Burns-Director of L RC, Pat Parker-A cquisitions Librarian. 72 Audi' Kay Cummings-A udio-Visual Asst., 0' jack Gorham-Media Speciaiiszi Brenda West-Secretary. Mkual A .2 , , , K M , ,J X, . 5 5, -1 s V- J' :fe li allgyf , R If Vid. 'Y Q55 , L rug QI, A Campus Nurse E Ilene Rebsamen lfeferalzf Representative Charles Rowe fo-op fd Sandra A nderson 3-,M , N, , - "...Sx., Publk' lnformaffbn Sondra Waldrop-Director of Public Information, Sharon Daniels-Secretary. ,Vtacey Jones Director of Student Activities f I I li W9 'Ang Student Activities r R i fs A Council Dinner theatres, dances, nooners, coffee houses, displays, intramural sports, and almost any other kind of activity you can think of are offered for Westark by Student Activities. Every member is considered a member and is urged to participate in student activities and its council. Members of the council were: fFirst Rowj Debbie S. Murray, Mary Kelly, Robert Huston, Larry Plemmons. KS ec- ond Rowj Stacey jones, Carl Willis, Fae Conner, Ray Gosack, H. D. Tripp, Cathy Wald, Paula johnson, Ken Went- worth, Carol Shepard. K Third Rowj Alexa Montague, Sally Merriman, Dennis Cortez, Ellen Paul, Beth Ellis. 75 Anything for Anybody Meb Charles-Asst. Director, Frank Prosser-Director of Community Serv- ice, Debbie Maddox-ClerkfTypist, Caroline Reynolds-Student Worker, Sara Edmiston-Director of Health Education, Brenda Hall-Secretary. Community Services I L- v,. 1 76 If l i 1 hm IA! i T9 , I 4 I 45 , .-"' ,. K 'Ju W1 ..,, V , - from pots fo paihfihg o packihg Community Service and Continuing Education is one of the large ways that Westark helps to serve the compre- hensive needs and wants of the community. The needs of individuals today are not only academic and occupational but also cultural and avocational. The social and civic life of the community needs to be served, and through this diversihed program the challenges, wants and needs of the area are met in an enjoyable relaxed atmosphere. 77 Secretaries secretaries and more secretaries Bettye Schleiff-Health Occupations, Dorothy Frost-Social and Behavioral Science, Faye jones-Business, Pat joyce-Technology, Nancy Allen- Hurnanities, Earlene Looper-Dev. Ed., Katy Brake-Natural Science. 78 .N ' f-l-if Nl f Eva Pryor-Kraby, Lynn Holcomb Shane, Tan Kim-Cutler, jo Bearden ' - ke 49 Bolin, Ruth Ann Nelson Bla Hile, Earline Looper-Hudson, Hall-Prosser. fy flze peep e who realhi keep flle place goihg Me Maihfenance L'rew Ernest Wilhelrn-Custodian, Cecil Newhart-Custodian, Afton Aldridge-Custodian, johnny Dobbs-Custodian, Betty Harris-Custodian, Leonard Thornton-Custodian, Danny Kirk-Custodian. First Row: Charles Carter-Utility, Frank Finsel-Mainten- ance, joe Lee-Utility. Second Row: Tom Tallent-Custodial Supervisor, Gene Hardy-Custodian, Robert Brown-Director of Physical Plant, Mac lVIcCullah-Utility. First Row: Mike Daniels-Shippingfl?eceiving Clerk, jirn Douglas-Maintenance, Robert Rogers-Maintenance. Second Row: Henry johnson-Custodian, Bill Meitzen- heimer-Custodian, Art Dickerson-Custodian. 79 Me Faculty Admlhlkffdflbfb and Staff' .4 dlkflhgulkfled group PEOPLE F-'F' N-w fp' f N N gK J..J k....... K I-J -:ty 1-,,4. A 'QF' ,lv.. ,--.-, Q: A . b l 'i 5' X. 'mi' 1, X I V W . , .Xl '1 I, . , .HA . ' . V 1 ' W ,.,- if' ?v- r 1-W .. . fi.. Q N' U First Rowg Barbara Adams, Karren 'S' ad Adams, Roger Adams, Co veta Adding- r en! ton, Ibrahim Al-Damig. o o o Second Row: Anthony Albert, Tim Aldridge, Gholamraza Alizadegan, Mark Amos, Sheila Amos. Council Stacey jones sponsors the SAC, a group open to all students on campus and to two representatives from each recognized club on campus. The Student Activities C0uncil's objective is to encourage students to become involved in the various activ- ities of the council. Through such diverse happenings as disco dances, a popularity contest, a watermelon feed, dinner theatres, and intramural sports, this is accom- plished. First Row: Cathy A nderson, Earl A nderson, Maryann A nderson, Ray A nderson, Stephen A nderson. Second Row: Vanessa Arnold, William Arnold, Karen Arther, Roy Asning, joe A tkinson. -ew, ,mm JU' ks --ni,-'P ml Zwxx rpi l. I gl . .gl f ff f A 2.t A A, yu , i 5 ,., I-'Il l tu! W WA Wil I ll? Par hi till I 1' 'fgdi X: A ,, i :jay 1' R - Y f :I ,Hr gl Midi , ll V A. Q S il k'-.5 A , 1 f ' i- L' fr . H I -Q, 3 I x 14' Q! X -. ,- 5 N 'A . , . T' X, fp 1 5 'w fv- f 1 :E- L, ,rg -1 ,yy nh-.-. , ' 'A .V nl 1. str" .c f:'f'-Viral QTY, iif' fiwgf- " aw I Ys!,.I,, gif- ...--ur' L J uh E 'my N, 1 Q, ,, 2, I, ,I FW . ' N 1 XL! 5 wi fig, i fu f. , is , ' w e k 'U 5 A ,hvflgxt 1 -, . 1- -. V. -if ' 5:91. i- -ff .H it 1 First Row: janice Augustus. Second Row: Bill Baggett. Third Row: Candyce Baham, Richard Baker, Roberta Ballard, Charley Banks, Clinton Barry. Fourth Row: Paul Bartlett, Thomas Bartlett, Deanna Baxley. ',,,Ilh . 1 . ' A i i W f f , 1 ' ' V. . ' , 'ji' , fi, , A ' if f , 7 , tg - , , I yd ry Jyw'-in 1 ' -J". 7 Zffxif .iff:54,g l.: " 1. lf ' ff , 1 " . 4 W: '. ,-'QIIWQ "Q 1 H lv i ,ggvgbg ' ' fill? .gr Debbie Bender, Greg Bennett. Row: Nelma Bennett, julie ertram, Homer Beshears. Third Row: Daniel Beshoner, Debra ourgeois. Row: Craig Beam, Tamara Beau- ' 'ET'-' -H x , x' iv., 1321" -'-. V' 1 .47 I ,Iwi ,Ri .gg 1. Q5 if Q5 J. 'SK ,414 avg ,48- ' 4-L. R- 2. '75 ef: ,M . -,lg-j: s ,V 'F it -F' ' 4- , .r I.,- - 5 , . -It -f Wa- 4 Mb x4 ' , M - lie' .:- , fl Drafting Club Established in 7977, the goal of the Drafting Club is to help students who are majoring in drafting and engi- neering. The group aids drafting students by: K 7 j Held trips to construction and industries, f2j presenting outside speakers in Various related Helds, and f3j to promote better public relation- ships between potential employers and students. Sponsors are Mary Copeland and Lee Cummings. Of17cers include: President, johnny House, ist Vice-President, Fred Hanes, Secretary-treasurer, joy House, Pub- licity Chairman, Cindy Counts, Art Work, Charles Wilson, and Program Committee members, David Gormley, Mark Walton, and johnny House. 85 M sic 6' iid The Music Guild, Westark 's chapter of the Music Educators National Confer- ence, is a club for music majors which helps to broaden their musical knowl- edge and experiences. Besides sponsoring and supporting many programs, the Guild annually attends the operas presented by the Arkansas Opera Theatre and the national ME NC convention. Ofhcers include: President-Paula johnson, Wce-President-Gordon Wells, and Secre tar y-Treasurer-Be veriv Park er. Sponsor for the group is Logan Green. I 2 Y. .1 , x v 86 V ,hx J ,lg Ln x ,, 'f',v,"fff lt' ' ,UNH nl ' . U ,G ann I' ' ' In .' "Hv"' L" , " -. :,',.' ur"' . i f Q . i N , im i1" 1 jigs . 4 T " 1 Flw' .7- 'wuuf . Fi, .-, fl' - - -e 'T V 's ix .,,., MW: f' of v - r . 4 First Row: Fran Bradley. Second Row: Tena Bradley, Cheryl Brailey. Third Row: Charles Brake, Nate Bray, Dell Bray. Fourth Row: Charley Breedlove, Deanna Brice, Debra Brile y, Walter Brinegar. rg 54 .. - -12-"' fav' if x . 1 5, -" . 1' 1 r P ' r - X . PN- f ' fin life, L- 4 N 12,2 P3 's lr .10 , -1 V. 4, 4 . 'R 'A 5 "fig Y 4 I zf'31y-:jf JN V ,- lb, Y -1: A N if B' 'S' ' "Y, L. ' N' A 2 if ' 5. W ' . A, . I J i b ' i , J ' 1 ,Inf Ty!! Q li Ja: . . - - , - B , ,'1ji's" 1 ir 1 x r . - 1 '. 35,4 2 ' '.j:...1f!1.. 'Q-bil. ,g- 1 I . fvrx ' ......- , H17 .E F4 -,f1? 'f'i, :J -4, , 1.5 Q9 "iq Y., sg.: ' w ', K 3 'NN "' iffwf-N1-ff-r -nur-:+vvr'v . , A.,-.. ...W fqws.. - , N -x, - f x' . .. N. ,Yi vL.-A . :Q -V p, I -wr , .M " nj ' j' '- 'V ,A wi! 1 ,' 4 5, -I' ,...,.-lwwzi u 1.3. I 1, ,I - , I -V ' ,Q K,-9.1.1 f' 1, 77' " "gp ., '- ' -..'. Diaz". '..u:1..n:..4.-... '- 'A f" - "'-1-is-L' -" , , 1112913 B 'Li'-..,',J,,f 14'1.. L II l .vga AY , V A. ., i if I I 1 1 1. ' gi lm- ' , P Ev. f : , , 1' is 3 .' X.-' .-31 ' in - VL. YYY- -' ,, A ' :I f' fa' 1 - -- 'U First Row: Lisa Brock, Ed Brody, A. C. Brown, Billy Brown. Second Row: Curtis Brown, Ira Brown, Lisa Brown, Nancy Brown. Third Row: Beck y Brace. Fourth Row: Donna Bucceila. ' W I 'X we-!':vC A ,Zn N . 34 4 f. I -E an 6 5 A l . 4 f K -li ,te ts ,Q x xv Q First Row.' Tammy Buckles, Edna Bunda, josie Bunda, Cindy Burger, David Burks. Second Row: George Burlingston, Betsy Burton, Brenda Butler, Stephen Butler, Glen Callaway. Third Row: Cathy Campbell, Kathy Caperton, Randy Carloarg Robert Carolin, Carolyn Carolina. S ' i- "' 72? 1 A ,X 5 , . f?!x,, . ' " J: L' - 155, 3. q, f ,-, 1 ye 1 ,, ,Vw f3.4N.t'1i' . , 5 ' 3"'-1i1?iVf' X' ' A 2155195 .1 'F H" 1' , -'-14:,ksnP3A A iff y' AL' V1 fuhj -l , mm, , i It .. i 'ff .9 . First Row: Ricky Carson, Steve Carson, james Carter, Stan Carter, Vestal Carter. Second Row: Bob Carver, Stanley Cash, Patricia Cassidy, Mike Caster, Terrill Caswell. Third Row: Akbar Chamasmani, Verna Chapman, Noreen Charles, Alice Christian, Ernest Cialone. 5' ' frm- . f 'Wt- J ' 'Q 5454! , x,'. .V 4 .a.N, NW L l KST Q 'L u 'lr I f 11 I 'i"" 1 f 1 . 1 1.1,-gal Rib. x' "X 4: 5'1" ' NT. . 4 'Q V Q il Q 31-.1 gi T, 1 ' N- ,f A ' Q-'Q l , X ' w l . -be l -MY :LQ I ikr ' .i?jHg-'A"4- ,lf ,. if .2-fff'k.' -, , iifff ffgyv .Li , L.3,,x', f' fig-1' girrfi fv 1' D o Y ' T V. .jx ,i, N A .L ,...eL,,.g .zip . l 6' 'Yin' 1 Q ,ffl ffb fi? Tix Jef? i . A '- 'av Q J xi?3 5'Ef f f3i"Qf ' 1i"f?52 1 TFEE First Row: Stan Clark, April Clayton, Kimberly Cleavenger, Desmond Cock- burn, judy Coder. Second Row: Bruce Coe, Marian Cole, Sandra Cole, jane Coleman, Fae Conner. . 6 . '1-f , . ,ff '4 L ,. g if' 'Q 7 1 . MSDN A 1 " A, , f 1-.f .e ..4- .. A if R 'f Y ' ' - 'Y fi -5' -f 2 f H1-.Q 27 iw S jitlj ' ' . I J if Y., iff' ..! ' 1.1! ll- H "f: 1 5 First Row: jerry Cornvack, Dennis Cortez, Lisa Cottingham. Second Row: jo Anne Courtney, Mike Cowart, Roy Cox. Third Row: Keith Cravens, Robert Crowley. Fourth Row: john Curry, Barbara Curtis. I -. 'Q f 3 -. Z I 'Q-np' J 5'pani3'!1 flab Dinners, rneetings, trips, and group singing are among the various activ- ities ofthe Spanish Club. The purpose of the organization is to provide an opportunity for students to actually use ana' hear their Spanish. Nancy Z echiedrich sponsors the group. Officers are: President-Dennis Cortez,' Vice-President-Fred Kinslow, S ecre ta ry- Treasurer-Melanie Rich- rnond, and Student Council Repre- sentatives Ellen Paul and Dennis Cortez. 91 Wesfark ,bro vides wllate ver the community wants 'L , f ,Q lff fi First Row: Theresa Darnouth, Tracy Damron. Second Row: Ly H. Dang, Paulan Daniel. Third Row: Angelian Daniels, Cindy Davis. Fourth Row: Darlene Davis, Charlene Dawson, Patricia Deer, Gladys Dixon. 52, l': A . ': A r"' -U' 11 K... -Cl 5' .nf if.- K ' rv -my --X ,-..,..., .,., ,. , ,, 4, N: ,PF .V if--,' f,,j,Mx Zcthlr jf 41' 52' 'Qui 'we 'Y ' In K s Q ,J D A 1, ,.--.K mi-. Hug" , First Row: Ray Donald, Alton Dor- rough. Second Row: Nancy Dorrough, jeannie Doyle. Third Row: Celia Danauant, Christine Durant. Fourth Row: Gary Ebbing Sonia Echel- huff Dennis Edington, Ken Edwards. :,:el'll3S!" 'fx-3: fs-Ffa, KJ: .' Pffiwf n. aa' -we fFff?f . m N -- .N-,'.' ,---M-f -.ilwy-. - . x ,Z-f,gx,f::g:'f,,' re: 1 if- W -xl ' 0' r',,. r va c '5- xx F x ' Q! .EJ 1 E ' Q5 , ,. F .. x ,Q ,, , A l xv '-DA First Row: Elaine Edwards, Steven Ellington, Mark Elliott. Second Row: Beth Ellis, Lindell Ellison. Third Row: David Elrod, Cindi England. Fourth Row: Mike Enuch, james Erke, janie Errnan. V E u . Q ,V Q Nl '57 X ,nhl-1f4'Lvf:5.g my L" A, A X M -it 'n . :- 'I 1 -mi", M V T 41 M. J X ,.I M, I .I , hi' ' F 'I J ':--1.-,ms ,X "H -. ,--.V L.. ,,..1, -.Ld-Hi: hi f .. SINE ,A I N- ! h-CS' l M4 I 1 I X , 1 . L I mga?-. I, it ."f.1ff I ca 'IF X r A x -vs. N 5 X mm? in .4514 , v, gang' .. mu-.,.e,,u . KQIEEIBEYS ffvlimig . ' .. -'FHWFILQJ51 '. ' F rf D 52g.,.:g:i 1 F-if ' UM Q ugxggnzf -14, K f ,' p eg 5 , V V. .'wsii:4iLJ.-QQQHE af mf Q K mrs -'Q , ' 'fi Na 'WTA TIE 5 A fv- . 'ul Y 1 ' nv. ,F 7 1 1 ' 1, Y S .N 4. , - , . 1A , , I . , 4 P X , , , 4 ' - - , ' 1 'Ci ,, u W -- v'c"f-'iw Q 4 .. V., -,. - " ' .' nN U v 'Ly' -'nj "x- ' 4' ' , I' ' .'.'1'n.-J" C . 5?P"'1' 1 I A 1,175 7 First Row: Moshkenani Eslarnf, Darrell E vans, jerry E vans, Mark Evans, Tracy Fant. Second Row: Deborah Faubus, Daaine Fears, Frances Feinvster, David Fergu- son, Karen Fine. 41' ,JA ,, 1- nufg. Flu' Beta lambda Phi Beta Lambda, a chapter of Future Business Leaders of America, is designed particularly for those stu- dents who are looking forward to careers in business. One of its chief objectives is to develop strong, aggressive leadership so that these future businessmen' and women may participate more effectively in the businesses of which they are a part. Ofhcers were: President, Claude Angel, Vice-President, Dianne McNeil,' Secre- tary, April Clayton, Treasurer, Gary Longley, Scrapbook Chairman, Kristi King, and Student Council Represen- tatives, Sally Merriman and Mary Schluterman. Nolan Lickey sponsors the group. 96 -.."' - .1 , . 'VF 1" , N fs- ,Sf -. " . -M '-mar' :ls if K ' , ' lf I ,N x , mi First Row: David Fink, Sherry Finney, Danny Fisher. Second Row: Dellana Fisher, Billie Fleeman, Robert Fleming. Third Row: Dana Foley, Terry Fort- ner, john Foster. Fourth Row: Pamela Fout. ln 13" 'X L i Ka 'uf' 1 uv we , , l 4 -'lil -U-N if Row: Charles Fowler, Donna Nancy Fox. Row: Kathy Fraeieiyh, Lynn ranzke, Mary Frazier. hiro' Row: Catherine Frederick, ames Freeman, Gary Frix. ourth Row: Rita Fuiibright. ff fi. ,ly x L 'Z "' i ?' i ' I ' s I I . ' QI: f ' Tiff if U ff, l 'A .1-'Q' :-- 1.---:'1 - h , . 434' 'r . A ,a. Al . X Q -b - . nk-"I . w .,,. I- , ':1 P,- ..s. 2 , ' fy-f 'Z' J J. n M , 4 xr 1 . . -. r .1 V 7 , gh QQ. H- . u 131 1 'rs I., 4 A A-"' 01'-1"-, A .fu -' " . .-'QF-lvml 'giif27QF,.I ' ,..1gge 1,55ijn.,?,531Jjf'I '.it-A:-.1,.-:- 'r rx. 4 my -' 525555.-.:.f 1s-..,!ag.-. W EE' ' f44Qf'f1?ZkL'sf-.1 1- PE rf A 4 Ki vi? 52551 l7T'i-'fl'f-fffm 222355 E uk? ,TE,'?1ajf?1,qf1-Q ggi . 33 "J 5 :Z',"5' k- 'iii' if-7Tf"': ' 'fill 'H QQ 1 ' ' ' 1 5.-JQ.1g!f.i'I 5,23 'w:?:f "i23 li- rv, ' ' sr 'f TT- ' 177' , , rg-'Hain-Q 1,f"l.w.R2.-if -' 1 : - 1 Fall eme fer en ailment ofa! 3 326 First Row: Mary Fulrner, Brucille Gann, Larry Gantt, Harry Garman, john Gary. Second Row: Mary Gatewood, Randy Gazzola, Reza Ghaserni, Eva Gibson. 98 5-v , K N G a Hunk Q U5 f X X ,V I , ,V 4 J . a .WA 1 J 3 G f g , 5 v X 1. ,f ,J 1 xrllr 1 - .- ' . 1 xx an -w . , ,A V' -' I: ,, ,nu -. ana, ' 9 tgyqzi 1 1 N f Y w X 0,3 ' H ka .- . , K 1 Wg. ., A k,3,4. 4'- xit 4 'nit Qfx 4- . .- -i Q ',., mul.-H O '-E U30 2 2 25 3 f'1rfama,,1 , N4:zgg,:a4 ,Q an fadfzmff - V n i E' ,ff , l is , ,Mai l P s 3 Ab Ac 4 ,. ,Q ' E - , 'X " x A - , , lf. ' 'i 'gil Q qi, I A ! X H! -' - i -1 I l . 'fy f' L. -,iii Qffi' of 5.412521 - 5:25 M av 6' " ' - Sqifrf- , AE' .J ,,1 A V ' ' ' A Ni f ' f -. Q .iv -iw. J -'yi' - , Q, Y x ,g 'H ' A Ui . V , X ' I if v 52' . ,,... rf-5 '. , 5 51.5 iff: ' 1 i 9 It 'ww - ,QQ " , Q , M - Ma- Ig-, --V -A ,JJ L... Y 4 vi! ef. W in 'I ,QL P1055 First Row: David Gilbert, Benny Giles. Second Row: Charles Godfrey, Raymond Gosacle. Third Row: Tim Graham, Carla Gray, Karla Green. Fourth Row: David Green, james Green, Karen Greenle. Spring semester enro imenf dlvped fo 2, 993 ,-u-- JU. .:, il' X. if! ,ug-1,5 r , .3 , 1 fb -V 4 gl , ,. P' ' f '44 L I lj y - X iw - F , ' I A ' ,. 1 'J ' hx! L ll .Nu :,IjQ4, .iff w V "' -J1nfE.:.1:' 1' I ' r f' if 1 v +5 r ff' 1" I1 00 l' , 2' -.mx Qivw-11-in jt"1 . J ' ,.--'J M -W" 7M , Wits F... , 1-'N VIL ' -- 5.1" "i' -I ,1 ' , 'v , M X Y .. ,, , ,y ln., i "2 ' -i t ff , t Q 3 - v 1 l 4 ,J M- .1 'r 4" ' L' V x. ,. .,,t L ' iptilgiffxf -141' .SWA A ffiliated with the National Education Association and the Arkansas Educa- tional Association, this organization is composed of those students who are planning to enter the teaching pro- fession. Members become aware of the social and professional aspects of teaching by listening to guest speakers and attending various conferences through- out the year. OfHcers were: Larry Gantt, President,- Melissa Larey, Vice-President, Linda Kelly, Secretary, Fred Gott, Historian, Frances London Cotner, Treasurer, Eleanor Smalley, Publicity Chairman, Brucille Gann, Student Council Repre- sentative, and Cheryl jackson, Reporter. Dr. Delece Gordon is sponsor of the group. First Row: Alan Greenwood, Lisa Gregory, Lori Gregory, Martha Griesse, Frank Grifhth. Second Row: Phyllis Grifhth, Sharon Griffith, Laura Grim, Dennis Hall, Glenda Hall. .,, ww Q ', l - T All 1 N IF im KM' Tfff ff' . -i' 'Wi ' .- we Q 7 A f , ,L Ar 4' 'f ,Q First Row: Betty Hamilton, jean Hamilton, Margie Hamilton, Ross Hanna, Pat Hampton. Second Row: Fred Hanes, Gordon Hardin, Bryan Harmon, Walter Harmon. X HSTMU' .riffiig A L. K N f we-1 K5 5 gggvfbigqkzg- Lg.L.a-,Yi 2iFw2'f4E?e-21' Y .Uff ' 15:55 . ' 5,-ii:-' 1 4.4: . tl , 4 " qw- vm I . ,H .,n54Y4 .1 A 565.- sf.- ,,4,,x, ., 4 'e ,, 1 H2751 "5 " -9 Z' rig' 'mg 551. ,fx 02 X3 'vff 41641. 'J Ke' ". KJV' Y 45' N' n X--v . I ' lr g'1 . .idfif-i 7 , J '?"i Eli. A V' V- .4 1' Ei --.Q vu 4 , a . 5,1 ,Et Ibm First Row: Beverly Harp, Marcella Harris, Melody Harris, Sarn Harris, Cynthia Harris. Second Row: Bob Hartmeier, Tina Hausler, Mitch Hawley, Tom Hayden, Sarah Hays. " -a -S. WS47 Mr. john Preas sponsors the Westark Speech Activities Team. The purpose of the group is to pro vide intercollegiate extra-curricular compe- tition through student congresses and speech festivals for those students who enjoy forensic activity. First Row: Kenneth Helfrich, Sara Hennlg, Mark Hesselberth, Sharon Hewitt, Barbara Hicks. Second Row: Debra Hicks, Mike Hicks, Phillip Hicks, Susan Hicks, Karen Higgins. -V--...lv-.. . -...-ire.. .-G," .I , or ,x s Y. I 4 - A .5 .qc 44 'UN --fbi 'lbs --4-.5 'tr X x ., 'F 'fltrf' el' ,". Y +- IT 10 New grading system i adopted in January. . . if 4. 0 Q . M X ..fr.r1'5l-V ff, 1. 'A , .f1g.:Ef1,.' f '-ray... 5 ,Jn 1, 1' -L. ' .z . lg: .' 1.5. A' X- - ,..,.r'f1Q,- - . N!! ' in-Q " ,thi 1yq ' - -' .24 v. ,f gy . 1 4- gt. S1 lu. ,, , J . I W .- ' W fc., 4,5 1 Ji, I ' Y ' ,M ,Q 3 i .' 15' 075 .1 s .1.. 1 I 'H' --rv -' Y -" 1 -1 X V 1 W . , ,, ,:. g .' . , V. -,N 1. u ' 1 :.,-.ee-f:.'..1 -..f ' ulfifia-1,l.1q'.,S'.i'L'LQ.' H N-'.:,w "ff ' , 'J 'Ji x al I 'V ,i-X1..f?iEy?a'f:'qgff!5?-5 '33, ,,j:1-fe. ' . 5 'Q A .,3,ggS1gAaf.:,!'jgjA '- gf 'J' . ' i 3-ai my r . l y . "' X ff i f fi i l g i. f 'ff l 2 b 57' , J- , 31, k z, ' Q egg' i Nl xr . L f , .11 .,.,.ff, 'V .- Jbsffg-L ' I ,. W T lb 9' 11 1' 1 L 1 A XR is First Row: Larry Hight. Second Row: Phyllis Hinkle, Kelly Hobbs. Third Row: Phillip Hobbs, Andrea Hole- rnan, jean Holeman. Fourth Row: Brian Holt, William Hon, Gina Hood, Kay Hopkins. xx H, 4'--. lbs' . U X nv-"7 i. " ., - ' V . 7'3- Af- a ' ' Xt, ' 'pi Vi- V V :ff ns'- 'lf 1 Q e - X -.vu C3 ' fi. -,1 aff X X-r -1, 5 f N Xp- ' X' ff:- L.-u Awami: A .y Q X., -- Kuff fe- Q - - ! s . A J++. ,fatig- s. . . 5-77 iw .. 4 fd L 'Q F if ' 'Lf 'T-'?"""'7'?"7T t , X -V ...dv xl.: J.'v,yH:L-f. 3,1 X! -V . WX .',.-Ny N -: XX ' " ..,' 1 ' T " X . V' dx " " ' A A "v5 'Xfff L X 1 -,.' 1- I Q X -4 If 1 A 'if I XX X X X y X - ,Vu lv- ' . L, .,L-il, K1 QQ X S -'Xflf I 'X"'a 3 I--. 'X . 4" 2 - V x X -HX ' X 1: i. djs r" xo ' , W . 2 X ,pr X . X ' -XR X,.,,,.f, -- , X- N! ' 1.1! L.: , Ere- XX QEt..ug'3Ij .uf 3,7 - ,X , t ia ' I M e eil-21X1i X t F WlfI2 ' 2 .X 'X V412 ,X-"t" . "Tug5'b' f 'I-i -'ff M-44 , AV X , ina X i nl XQ f,-5. -X XX , X is .J +9 X ts-t...L I 15 First Row: Glenda Horton, Donna House, joy House, johnny House. Second Row: Ann Hubbs, Robert Huckleberry, john Hug. Third Row: Susan Hughes, Carl Hum- phries. Fourth Row: Cyrus Humphries, Sanda Hunt. . . . offers students more UCHJBINIZ' options 10 4 First Row: Robert Huston, Vivian Hus- ton, Fred lchniowski. Second Row: Mike lcnniowski, Cheryl jackson, Darryl jackson. Third Row: jessie jackson, jo yce jacobs, Leslie james. ,N 'Q ' . 1 X X ' "N , I ' B X , "fx X 'Nuff' if xc.,,r Q37 Aw W N t. .'-' L f-"f ' ' 6 ,yr ., . .. -W ff J! ir- 1 1- I , r',, 1 V. 5 T71 . 5 I Ati. gf' 1 . ' ' , . ul. if fa." i X '1' '- , 1 ' 1 'sf WW A if. , ' L ff -2.9.13-'iw 5 af v I'E"1"l . 'f ,if X ,f are ,f X ZLKJ ,Q ,v , - --U I ,- at K gig-Y if "V4 27 is -V" ggga c f' rp V y if L' ,A 'rx ' gxkkl mf . ,", ffl i 1 svw Early-hi ., QYJQQ . 1 If ,iz 1,5 I L X. , I Av, K if X Q TX , K 1 ' ir ' , . V 7 1 I. f 'J Jufifl ' lx, li ,I - w .Jvc V its 2:1-..,,,,f :ll 1, '-M, 'A' Hi 6 .4 First Row: Rhonda james, Rita in lj 'S - jeffers, Gary jennings. johnson, Sherri johnson. 5.5-vJF5fiT75"""f "I 'U W "Y ' ' f -4 :f '-." 1m:.'1 'wwe'-1 W: ry -- - I .1 . f ' 'IH 1 flu- ,W nie- "wmv , , 5 N 1 6 lm' , O W' 1 V' 'P' Second Row: Hannibal johnson, Paula g F . ,. . s. I ,. 'J -,-. 9-y-,fy :-.1,,gyv,A- ' is ,s., ,i Y. Mfg , , I 1 R , -P' 1' I X 1 - f x K T PM U J sk j ass, f -M pg, tif 2,1 ,, N V, , . V- .o j A as X Q , ss, X M an o I r 'A N 2 M ers' L . un, . . yr-:if W2 V X ,inllqz-., V. Q. u 4. y:,iLY..,j4.lQV.,E :iv JP f -1' -gskfiyrf 'Iffi77fF7i"?:fES-" ' r 1,2 .-: Q, " :' ,.: ug 1 'lie-, . v s - qv , I V ' l,,E'!TA:, JAY -1- A-,gs W ,yi 'tr' 'Wm 107 F3175-' ,SX Veteran 3 flab Established in 7977, the Westarle Veteran 's Association is an organi- zation which deals with the needs of the man y veterans enrolled at Westark. The club faces the financial obliga- tions ofthe veteran and strives to assist the veteran with these obligations. Officers are: Richard Livas-President, Carl Humphries- Vice-President, A lexa Surnroc-Secretary, Robert Carver- Treasurerg and joe Atkinson-lvlasten A t9A rms. Faculty sponsors for the club are Dr. james Krab y, Dr. Warren Dodson, Dr. jack Cutler, Gabe Peters, C. B. Porter and Dr. Lee Mynatt. 108 Q w 5 E -.Q 'ir Oi? First Row: Tirn johnson, Connie jones, Donald jones, Earl jones, Loretta jones. Second Row.' Stephanie jones, Steve jones. Third Row: Ralene jordan, David Keeton. Fourth Row: Carolyn Keisman, Linda Kelly. x .sin I 1 la' a-X l , 'fx F . 5 I idly f-1 flllkkikj 1 -A+.-el ' , - f. ' '-. V- .,5. X h R..':x1' , ' N- .-1' ,. md R First Row: Mary Kelly, Terri Kenner, Leatha K ersh, Red Khilling. Second Row: David King, Terri King, Fred Kinslow, jerry Klyne. X .,.f in I iifff p Will! l fl fs 1? N 1 -'E' .1- A:......i444 10 Chi A ,Ulla The purpose of Chi Alpha is to pro- mote Christian maturity through Bible study and fellowship. Westark 's Chi Alpha chapter is open to all students of all denominations. This year's officers were: President, Kim Newman,' Vice-President, Danny Fisher,' and Secretary, Nancy S waim. john Deaton is school sponsor, and Reverend Glenn Thompson serves as chaplain. 110 nz, viz, V ' W 1 . 1 AVVV pu: 'Q I ' , ra Q ., ' '-.4 ' ' fi' ' "' is ,t swung , " it 1 - -x V -f 'A A - 2. . ...,,f' r -4 y 1 X ,. ,-"2 N , fp' T ja 'gtviii-. - X ., 4' ' i A fl' F, '18 -1 -MK e r 1 K f 4 .grail -5- n.,- ,vw i.5:i.:,:" A 1 fvk ,,5k2",lIfQg. i?Z.2 6320.4 - , X . ,w i '-,vi 1 . 1 Hn, , L . AAN, uv-95 g J me zhi iii ,ph 5- ' '-'alia I not 7' M First Row: Sheila Knauls, Mike Knitting Second Row: Sarah Knotts, Kohler, james Kolp. Third Row: Barbara Krab y, Patn Kursh, David Laffoon. Fourth Row: Morris Lawson, Curt L better. K. ,J l T qv l of are up wr 4 -""'-.- ,w - "4' ' Q -gs ' A fm if ig I 'J 'Au KV-M A Us an First Row: james Lee, johnny Lee, Sondra Leger, Cyndi Lensing. Second Row: Barbara Lester. Third Row: Paul Leinhard. Fourth Row: Cal Lietzke, Vivian Liles, Danny Limberg, Richard Livas. iv' ,LS- L v . id f Sill ' . Nw Q .V a rl Q r 'fl ' L L !" in ,- '15 - f .V Q- .gM, nf V X ""g:"' f Z 1159- -qr' , f! If xi- 4:4 . I we-aaa' -. Q I i l , ' A fggxf- 4' V , I. I H , 'V 1 -- Z' 'f ' ' ' 1 '35 1 '13 FQ' Q in 'lx s . Y .. , F W ' .di A' -Al ,, X , . v , , -- '- . ,,. -ji g. in V .gtk i ' V J Had: l 1. , ' 41 J3'..7 - ' ' ' . 4 he T ' Rafe ' ' A .V 1-W W H A , ' in Il., V ' -',4v ii ',:,""'.J ' J- .J 7 .WS " ' we 'f-.1 H13-" x -2-----" ' 'f fi L gr, 1 -N5 up 1- i, SEM ,iw I 19" A-f-1204 b-' I '1 ,'- , VE: w 'ZH x p5z"'TlQ'F'x:"' ' .M '1 ' t Q N. 0--'J'!',+ ,'H"u' l . . 1 , . w . .. -if .' S my . WTR, v.,x'L,Jl In .z .A p av '74 i ix Trriglf 1, , Q ,fSE:,1gfh- rw! van mf xi V ' -V " QT? I Phi flzefa Kappa Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society to recognize and encourage scholarship among community junior college students. The Westarl? chapter, Zeta Epsilon, has experienced much growth since its beginning. Fifty students were initiated this year. 1 1 2 I 'f' J' K ff V ., Ki a' ft ' ffl T' :. i V'1 . Ji' f U 1 j V l N ,M 'x ' I 4? -.4 -.-....a, H l First Row: Pamela Loftin, Gary Longley, Becky Looper, Mike Lowe. if ... , 3' s i cr ' uiir kr ' h ' L4 x we 1,52 A A, EQ W 'T "J V-l Second Row: Bob Lowery, Hoa Mai, Cheryl Majors. Third Row: Marcella Mantooth, Tina Marble. Fourth Row: George Marr. H5 3' l t,x xhA Hiffw I - , iq. x...-1 V 1 ff ii,, i First Row: james Marsh, joe Martin, Louise Martin, Mark Marvin, Barbara Mashke. Second Row: Elizabeth Matlock, Vicki Mat- lock, Bruce Matula, Ginna Mayo. Third Row: Kim MCA lister, jamie McKeever, Shelia McKinney. Fourth Row: David McKinnis, Stewart Mc- Lellan, Wayman McMahand. -R- A 'F api-X lf- V: J NL . 5 'gfgi ri- Mp-fs' . .fd . f -- 1 1 X 41 f X' " fajzgm MXH., 5' . :N .-7' ., ' ' NP, 1,1 A '9' 1 1,1 ' 54,9 -el" Q01 2 Q . Ja :QM er y 5. my , Q , I' Am 1 I . V- .A 1. 'N' -' thx I 1' F 'PX M4 -' FRF -ff , . , - '34 ' 1' ' Q .7-I ' -45 w g., If I ," vw ' vl J lm!-1 1 - ' " I ri! " Q ' 5 5 , C 51'A"3.'2'vu First Row: Diane McNeil, Nancy Second Row: Mehzad Mehrara, Merriman, Patty Merrywell. 2 Y . ,W 4,1 7 ff l , ,sh 152' Q- .. ,'. tk. fs .X ' . .-r Z , ,gsm ill sr , rj' K r yi y'gAsU1,,, ,ga as 'ff' lam? ' t. swf," 1 1 f . . l' 'M v -iff ' ' ' Al First Row: Chris Meyers, Daniel Meyers, Cheryl Mickle. Second Row.-' Tommy Middleton, William Minick. Third Row: Alonzo Mitchell, Rusty Mizell. Fourth Row: Brenda Mooney, Darryl Moore, Rohald Moore. , A., . t 'Si 7 A We sf' A , 1 f I J g wi ' gif gil, 5,31 f1'rg,,, fa iff?-9 z.- ,1 , trap? I ,-E4 ' ' 1 .Jsf A A J.. t i V.-Lt ,, 11 Nursing Students S Association Afhliated with the Arkansas State Nursing Students Association and the National Student Nurses Association, this group is designed to benefit the nursing students through guest speakers and community activities. I Robert Pruett, President, and Tammy Langley, Secretary, were ofHcers for the group. Anita Hammack and Monica Snyder are sponsors for the group. 115 IX E- ..-1-Ye.-Y-V.-pIg,.,,,.V-V :N Y .tmf , 'YQ ..,, t-LW .f og ,A A ' , M - V..- 3 ug 1 X Q- N ' I ,I Q . A 3 ., R mi, 1 if-.T 'jpw W .,, I A , , , f L, . -..-f-' fmjfnnh 1 I 5 .ft K First Row: Ruth Morris, Barbara Morse, George Moschner, Mike Mott, Dennis Mullen. Second Row: Sheiia Murphy, Debbie A. Murray, Debbie S. Murray, Francoise M usgro ve, Beth Musgro ve. .1431 ', f i Yr P x ,p X 1 J X HEL, is- --rv I , 'U' X L my l Xi T y'?S I 5 ,, .Q Q f 7' N 'A f " :gf A '."f5X. . s+,.,,f , fetifisu it 'l s13z'W"-'ix .f 'Y -I " ' .. K' L if J-mff",'Q-.N ,fi jgi ,. ' tiff iiil-Hana, f-1 i -X "--ff'7'.'E'1fvI::1f"'f'--1095 1.3: :gy - .:. IJ:-?.'izX,'-i:,ii",, ve 1- Q" PW wmrw: 'ss fx , ' - !"2'TT 4 ff' fi my W- 'X ,' - ' ' J ... ' ' ff' "i" fp ffl' ,W an vu I nr ' H N ,vis ll ' If , , 1 ,N T 3 ft -it f is it ,u ,- Vi ,f fi 1 ."' J K :- A flyimgiiz ll fbi . '1 YP ,L ,A K I ' ' 4:-g-1 , '.,....- -- -Q 1 3:1 5:4 -' , "1 : ' , J-,Q x ":'?- .-.' at M211 ' . Mf1,.mr.1 First Row: Alan Myers, Nancy Myers, Michael Nall. Second Row: Kimmy Nash, Denzil Neff Melvin Nelms. Third Row: Bonnie Neubauer, Brenda Newbold, Kim Newman. Fourth Row: Quang Nguyen, Mary Nicholas. Jfr 'K 41. I1 , ...- 4-1' ' A 1 i' 'i'-fixfee 'f 5'x13Z'," Lf ' 'xw-if X ' 1'-'fl Baptist Student Umbn The Baptist Student Union is open to all students. The purpose of this organitation is to promote students' spiritual growth and development. William Lacewell serves as sponsor for the organization. 117 ""4'eA"" W Nd' 1-:r :pg fy . , 'F I 1. flu! ff ' . 41 1 - vi. 1. 5 M A f , QW :wg was m gg gs- . rr ,. KA, M A T Ipgu hu nu. N , w,f..1. f ' if ., A '. "'fW45f'5.'-!5'w" '-'-- , fi . ', , 4?Mf-"' " " -.fs . '- -M., :.,.g.' ,L. ' 'th 'ill T',:I"' . ,. 'ff-RU w .ii f . - - N V .- , 1- . 1 . .Y ' I Q. ' ,,, A ,r I '. ,ib,,vm Btu -.I Ju' ull ,gl '. ?f?'?1A l ' . Z' .4TY'5.9'r T"- Tx: A ,N ' e 4 ' f 25 -. Fi' , H , , ' K, ' , , .:.,,w I , IX , ., L 4 i ' -.f-- ' -in A. , M511 'hi Y. - jx w Q-P 'Y "X 4 .4 45.5 ,, A F 1 ,-Avg lk' J 5 ' frivgu Yr, I ff NXT? 'Xviwg ' , 'Ev' V, ff yy' '. -" ' -H- 1-v. -1, ' - 1-dk - 'Q . -'gm' " mf M5 '-X.tf?', fig, "wwH.-Lf,a1j.:2xY" 5-5'-A 'f 1 3 ' -l !"'4N 'Q . l'?EZ,- '-.Ny s-iw-Q-""M1-fi?+fw52 -. 1 5,271 ' T fi First Row: Ricky Oberste, Tim O'Boyie, Ronnie Ocker. Second Row: Robert O'Neii, Robyn Osgatharp. Third Row: Daviush Oveisi, Tim Owens. Fourth Row: Anita Pappas, jeanette Parish, Beverly Park er. 118 .. , - Q-...N 5: l 'V VX. . ii, , ' T1 -- '-r'r is A- 'N ' f"'f" E ,4 ' 1 "X F -'.- has -' 'T x i' N' 24 .b " L evi ,g ,R i ' if W T T as va M. :lf 'ff' hx xl NE, '-.hx 'J F I Q J: 1 'f i, Using-, 'PV . H 1 1, Sw 1- T " iff? 1 If ai- THX w ix 'N + 1 J- X 'f', hm MY' , .fy-V, I ' x JMU. 'ii h ifi WNW L, Aifi . 4-.. I Q ,, . 5 1 ...Ji W f - , , rf"'- rv V ff fs: - Q ' Lie,-, ' 'Ty l 1, . ' . -5 ,:' 5, N -1 V rv. , ,, , J --f if V . 72 ,V - -i 4' ' . ' ' - . N ny '-W fy df, K 'gf ' JJ If ...seg ' .I ,x . Pa. A'V, Y ll L e:::?f""ii'f:1cua.::. 1: a W h ' . 1 r irs w . -A W N - ,J ',,, vx l 45? 5 V . -- . ,, r -N4 s l ' . A "' E., I Y WM-7N',f I ' JI . ,JF P its , 1 I. , V. , ,A dm .5 - V' if j, -2' ? ' -Lf. . 9 . , . P. fl 4:-. X- L- J, ,Uv N. ,-'. 'g, l. C " ' if E 'E , f fl 1. .- -. 'f i Uw e ' A, ' 5. ', ' ' ,q 1 A A f I 1 V 1 I! L I-T ,I V. o M . 5, .4 J First Row: joseph Parnell, Beverly Parsons. Second Row: Farhad Parvaresh, Kendal Pate, Warren Patten. Third Row: Ann Patterson, Wayne Patterson, Anna Perez. Fourth Row: Linda Peters, Linda Peters. Pub Club Established in 7977, the Pub Club is a group for students interested in the various aspects of the mass media, par- ticularly those students who work on student publications at Westark. The group strives to improve the quality of student publications and to explore the possibilities to increase the academic opportunities in the field of journalism and mass communications. Officers were: President, Debbie A. lVlurray,' Vice-President, Robert Huston, Secretary, Beverly Parsons, and Treas- urer, Robbie Wilson. The group 's sponsor is Tom Walton. 119 .-N 9'-its N-rw-1' 1- Qi it-':f17 , J 51 if .: -. A A ., ,x ' w . .ar of 9 1 AJ . Q 4, WA . auf?" .. . ,- , L . , w ,, X, ., . bl . , . 71 1 f- .. in i P ' 1 ' '4 v -151 i NAV V I Y 1 .fr A L 'C Ft A l li 7 rj Nl R i, J '21 ' yy i VY, ,g, 20 First Row: Ellen Paul, Debra Pena, joe Pendleton. Second Row: Theresa Pendleton, janie Peoples. Third Row: Robin Peters, Robert Pierce. Fourth Row: Roger Pinkerton, Gary Pinson. l fl N V! First Row: Denhix Pistole, Ollie Pleasant, Larry Plemmons, Tanra Plummer. Second Row: Karla Plymale, Melissa Poole, Mike Porta, Myra Porter. Third Ro W: Scott Porter, Kathy Posey, joann Pugh. 121 Wesfark reaccrediied for se Ven more years First Row: Bradley Putnam, Le H Quan, janis Ragsdale, Dale Rainwater, Linda Rainwater. Second Row: Paul Rainwater, Nancy Ralph, Lawrence Ralston, David Rath- burn, Nancy Reed. ou-A Yay XEHJ 5 . .6 1 i j 7 122 First Row: Claudette Reese, Ricky Reith, Caroline Reynolds, Kenneth Reynolds, Sam Rhodes. Second Row: Kathy Rhyne, Terri Rice, Billy Richmond, Melanie Rich- mond, Greg Rickman. fi-'F' V . M x, gf- ix -it e-5 W if 1 I Y ,I ' ' ' f 'v 52? R'-vf E511 gg 1, - - ' -1: : i AJ, fi rg, ' ' ' , X X 1 L K ' 1 1 , L " 1, ' 1' I ,,y.s, Wg: . . U, , , Y Aj X 24 fcfzooi life is people First Row: Rick Riddley, Debra Robertson, Sharon Robson, Gustavo Roca. Second Row: Lori Rogala. Third Row: jackie Rogers. Fourth Row: Lenora Rogers, Van Rogers, Karen Roper, Sheila Ross. ' WU ill ali . Ai 'I 1 -J I s ' 1 V V w lj --M' I N..-' .fm , , I ' --:y1vv. f.2IiR I X 1' ff- in -A H- ,Vi , x 356- .V -, gi' Sr' 'UA fl' 1. 451: A MVS' 5+ 55 -, ' , fm A x -uv' - .M m 51x Q ' + ff? in l row- r i Z M B 'Liv g 5 A' 4 r ,lg A i 1 r ,r LAN! Ab i ,ff in s-' i f, , glib we -Y.lN V W W , Yi, ,. A A. ' H 'vt' Six- E ,ig V fx ' r Xa. r i l First Row: Lois Rotnrock, Kim Row- fhifd Row: Terry? 50yl0f, David land, Mozella Royal, Chuck Rush. Scharbor. Second Row: Steve Sanford, Charles FOLlrfl'l Row: Mary Schlutterrnan, Sattazanan. Randy Schlutterman. r rdf 4' ix Li 2 0101? Membership in the Westark Choir is open to any student in the college. Representative compositions of classic and modern composers are studied and prepared for public performance. Through participation, members can earn one hour of college credit. Choir Director is Logan Green. X . Q 4 V .. 1 .-' ' , N i wi. an i Q 9' N -V' J x A' ,R -A 1 In y ' 1 , i' -1- X " , . -'-' fx? 1 I V 41' f -ll rf W' 3:14 ' ' 'Q 1 ' fqi.. 1 . ' I . . E.. . . , .. , lfifli itA-i "' .- .-f-.rw ' ji ,1."' L -3 HM in i s i 6 9 I 126 First Row: William S chlutterman, Larry S chmalz. Second Row: George Scott, james Seiter. Third Row: Deborah Seward, Floyd Sexton. Fourth Row: Carol Sheppard, Geneva Sheppard Karen Shibley, Mark Silvers. i ll! uc-'mf' i ,wh l .,,.,, . A A.. I-5 V 1: up 1-1: 'V J 'af ,Q:,3N2X . l N U1.fQ,-I1E:'fQ.Q:':sgQ., P 1 a 1 QL, i, Lf ,,f-'f 5::ir:::1fH:IiigE5g. -rl 451. H Eff! 1 1' n.::,3 !.'iE?5!!::,,:::. nfzzzugu , , First Row: Patricia Skinner, john Slanlaard. Second Row: Eleanor Smalley, Gina Smith. Third Row: Ida Smith, Mildred Smith. Fourth Row: Pauline Smith, Ricky S Smith, Teresa Smith, Tim Smith. 'Q 'JE' " .755 Z, 5 J , r i-, l -we- .911 l ., 4 , ""'3f' 412.1 , -.f JJ' , , ., R 1 i. '. 5,11 ,-f 1'l S i -175 ' ' v" -un i umifi we 12 r 2 1 5 r r 2 First Row: jatawn Sneed, Kelly Sose- bee, Marilee Sparks, Tea' Spencer, Delois Spoon. Second Row: Allen Spradley, Mary Spray, Wallie Sprick. Third Row: Greg Stanfill, Darnon Starling. I . 128 me -- ...ffl ', -fx '1'-fvu , X by ef, 'Vive E l , 5 , z...:11:-1-.zux-11. L. .-'ii'-v?"'f' 'Z' S 4 l9ifA'3f:': 'EZ S fi ? ,5n2f.1-p.':f Km. ,, -1 --. -4 31,11-H' ,L V 1- 'Y --- V N-,sf "3-11:4 l?'i1.TV'-3-Tis! mr 1 1- 'QL J 'Qi' v'5"z,f, V A . A ' , l N 'N V Q ,313 'iz y V in M, w .15 A ,gg is f J 1 :U h, W hi yi mr ef , - - f-. , 5Yxi,g'i'BM?l i t W1 xiii Je If ggi mix' W "N I RN-swf! 'f 1. s gl, -K V? ,f NN L el. N rs , lsr 1? Z uv I 'U First Row: Mike Stec, Steven S tec, Cindy S teinpreis, Sally Steinpreis. Second Row: Donna Stephens, jo Ann Steward, Nathan Steward, Larry Storey. Third Row: jeff Stubblefield. Fourth Row: Alexa Sumrok. 129 Wesfark-Arkansas largest community college of-' A It Q' T 91+ ya-T - u , " lx ' I " ' 1 ti T P , it ' ' ' r'.g-g1. ? ' IU' 130 f f i N 5, T . T' if YT- f .iff 55 at tryin W X' A24 I., fr X AP First Row: Nancy Swaim, Gail Taylor. Second Row: james Taylofg juanita Taylor Third Row: Mary Taylor, Elaine Thon Fourth Row: Tammi Thomas, D01 Threlkeld, Carman Thrift, Zelia Thurman ,,...':r ,F-ff . I .- ,A ' 48' Wir if . U w' .' N V Y L 'X f , , , ' ' Y- 'a v . . , Iv ,..i First Row: Lyle Titterington, William Todd, Angela Tophanv, Shirley Toran. Second Row: Thuran Tran, Kevin Treece. Third Row: Wyvonna Triplett, H. D. Tripp. Fourth Row: Norman Trott, Sherlyn Tudor. 2 259' J ' ' Hy 1-V ,. f. - 4 ?fHQ:4w'7'7?xE'-i:f':3,"f 'lm A . . .N "-.. -Jug-'A"'-'-tv 5, we - V ..,- - . . A. :J , , f 3 r fix W M y X J f Pu , 1 - .-V, r H ' 7 ,. ' -, .A 1-'HQWF ' ' ,,,w:,i"'?mg!'il'j E ' A T MN fs: "1,,:f19j 1 -" ' t g V. .1 .FA -Q ,, -' ..f 5 , ' v-"si "I ' X ' .A ik 'x F , , f A 1 P he 'PST Iii' ff aff? T f.a,. n!!..f1 T i' First Row: Donna Turnbeaugh, Connor Turner, Lisa Turner, Patsy Turner. Second Row: Glenda Tuxhorn, Teresa Tweed. Third Row: john Udoaj, Danny Uerling, Melody Van Dyke. Fourth Row: Bobby Vaughan, Aholgha Vaziripour. 4 '-4 . ,X J 1.f 8-' -f K. ' MX, n 14 ' - V . 1 2 M. 1. 4 Y, rw . sv-df- h i' X Aw- x g , iw:-,Z 'T M X 'fy ' ' " fin X W. I X Q. A x K 25m '1 it 1 , U 1 ,157 . 'M-41-1 'V . .lm-f -- . J ffm. In 'lGY,Y X. Y I ,IN I HX? I X ' fs. 6 ' X X Q. x XL KL 1 ', .. !',,. XA!" X:zX X . X . X X XX X i. ' XX,,.,, ., XX 'Q' g n, X .' X X ' i, -.4 I ' . gy' 2 X .5-,A. .Ly X 'JM L fail. ' Ann. 5' Val. v4"."1' '1"'v.f.-yu:- 4'q.. .',, Y , T . 1 ' f ni 1 Rf. ' . V . 1 'T' I H w .' ' .fig .X ' wi-. lm .gf ai ,-.. " T-t if, -'fin I "2 1 'YE .P ' X fl 'S . 4 ' . ' 'Jn 53 K4 T' Q4 4 4 .J .R . -If-I - QJIIIX5-3-E' Y W V 15" 1 fi' ji. 3 5- X ,. Cf f' X . Ni . -. ,X . F' 5 w . ..x.,.:, ' 74. fret-I 1, ' Vi . Y . x. ea . ,g . 1 U...-" 'gi-.,x ' , x vc' Q fb I X I - A ff ' 'A.?XJ X1,. '1i I' xrn"' U 'I 1 . 1m . ,, -1 -f. Vw ,Ji , -Lf. vX X ,. .- ' 1 s xg.: X:f-w g: 'ici L Ls .M A . . -2---1 C. First Row: Khanh Vu, Ngoc Vu. Second Row: jesse Wade, Mike Wade. Third Row: Barbara Wagner, Cathy Wald, Grace Walker. Fourth Row: Doug Walker, Robert Walters, Brenda Webb. '4 ' x r-QL 19, f tv 40' X u . . I , vX, X,, fm N I , X I' V .- 1 I 1.6 ' 4. 'iv . .. ,, , . .Xa . -x 'H 1, , . X. f' f' t 1 XS ji f' 1 X f ii ka Q Us I 3' S Ar 1 1? n flies: Club The Chess Club is an organization in which members Hnd enjoyment and recreation through the game of chess. Dan Breitenberg is the sponsor. Dramatics dub The Dramatics Club is an organization for students interested in drama. Students assist in play production by acting, set construction, costuming, make-up and properties. David Young sponsors the group. 1 3 3 Academies and activities blend well at Wesfarlc CQ? 11' Y' itz. A ,gg 4490' 1 JL.-.idx P-jig, ,L Xlif. 'Wye i ' . 4" sq Swv: fx T K' X l Ri , V XLR f Nw , -L. Q J, I 'Y' - 1 1 4 N31- ,J . I ,xv 'V , 3, ' A ? gulf First Row: Sherry Webster. Second Row: Gary Wehunt, Gordon Wells. Third Row: Larry Wells, Linda Wells. Fourth Row: Stephen Werley, Cecilia West, Diana West, Ruth West. ' W ll-'qi 1 ,gl-, ,arty ' .2 Y ' f :F ,fied Y I .V :' -3 ' ' - -, '- X 1 x ' ' hu 'x First Row: janet Wewers, Mary Wewers, Lisa Wheeler, Deborah White, Elton White. Second Row: Martha White, Shelby White. Third Row: Patricia Whitfield, james Whitson. Fourth Row: Randy Whittaker. ... l,,, . at 316'- Qzzga 9- 5M9aQ'ClQS' tgps? ' aw X x , FX 7 '-X0 if in X KT It I V 'N C ,kWk..,.s, ls Q , I p vhxiq.-zev ft -Ax-.Y,i.-,sus . I - PB "1""h,. w. fir' ',.4 :I . il n J W' . f '. R-, raid- ' 2' ,Nfl 5' I 4 .1 'YM First Row: Patty Wicks, Bonita Williams, Brenda Williams, David Williams, Gene Williams. Second Ro w: janis Williams, Leon Williams, Carl Willis, Robbie Wilson, Ronald Wilson. Ne ver Underesfihzafe M Abiiiiies I 4 i 1.-'N First Row: Stan Wilson, Terri Winters, Rick Wofford, Danny Womack, jen- nifer Womack. Second Row: Mary Womack, Dixie Woodard, john Woodrorne, David Woods, Rodney Woods. if Z3 4-4 . ,mlm ,ji .H ,fuk .,r 5 "1 in .. . , , 1 ,ss-fp., K I i ,X ... , - f ii 'K F-s A . N-5'--'.'.r,-:-N fi:1'1'L'H ,. ,1,,.,lf., ' f E N 1' ' Jr fn L 'r-. 1, ' I 1 7' 'L If Wm '. U f.1- , ,n 5 Wig ,F-tl. 5 . 14f'T5,"' K1 .ul 4. f N ' QQ',1'x7"- ,,,1, - 15:39,-in N A 1 vi , if '41 li. 1 . x . v ,X .Cz . .. . 5 1' Z fr- .JM iv,-3 .Lp VW- T2 Ne, .. " . , , , kilt' 'fn 'W gf. J FQ-1 V- '1 ' 'Q nflr' 93. -ra 1, Lv'.,i,,.F ,Q . - fs. 1 1 N e,.,A . 'Y ff? We 2 .IST if . .P P wr , J! . H 2 l' O VUU77, S I :ss CQ ' Y :thi x 2 YW. -W 1' is lofi 9 gi 4 -,,,.g,,.,..,. Vr' . . First Row: Bob Woolridge, Diane Worden, Elmer Wright, jack Wright. N. Second Row: Rodney Wright, Rhonda Yarberry, David Young, james Young. Third Row: Unknown Student. Fourth Row: Bogey. 138 N, W' ' :A v ' n ,rf Trlxl V 1. ga 1!'..'5 K I ilsiqxix- I K-1-M" INK I xi X as A ' 90K JN ' n :,I.,1'.A U , , ., ,.., , w "s ' 'J rs- " :H 'v fxx f x .2 ' api ' Q.-A ' . 1 f 1 f s mx I f w -,..S?g:11.:' film LP" -'if-My k l if gf? Q , I ,, SPORTS Ni 'ff Ni gk J..J Xl... k J-J Return trip to NJC3414 natibnai toarnament nrgnlgfnts record breaking year at W66 Here's lookin' at the basketball program at Westark, a winner and still champ. The Lions gained their second consecutive berth in the NJCAA national basketball tournament by doing what they do often, winning the Ozark Conference title and sweeping through the Region ll tournament. They won their fourth consecutive Ozark crown, second consecutive Region ll crown, and shared a second Bi-State conference title. A t the NjCAA tournament, the Lions opened with a 47-40 victory over Baltimore Community College. Baltimore entered the tourney with a lofty seventh ranking in the national polls. The Lions took care of them. ln their second game, the Lions lost a tough match to Three Rivers, Mo., 79-74. Three Rivers eventually Hnished third in the tournament. Finally, after leading all the way, the Lions dropped a heartbreaker to Casper, Wyoming, 76-75. Casper went on to finish Hfth. 140 M! CA TOURN Aw - N- 4 .1 -f.,,,--Q-Z1-35 V- ,AQ-.1' '- - fi. 1 ,-.iqgggginfgwifv-1:.5sx.:',zxqi , if ,W ' luv: - - W.. Y f 'ii- , - Em- -- :fig L.. ,L--...,--- ,M , "1'1- . Tag-if ., -4 xl .., - . ,. , Y' HQZI-a 0 ,W ' W-H '- A 1-- -AM - -1-., - - , A - N"-"ti '-v ff Af Y ' vw -. '.f ,-U ' ' f c, Y 1' ' 1 V, V' -' - , A -1, A ,Lf 'l A , Lf fuk' ' -- ' r 9 1 .... Q ,- I A I ' Q V b :lr W ,-' fe? x.l. , 5, 'MAD qu r .f ,J 'A if sr 2 L 'Ln 1 1 .f::.,. , -L . - vs 5 .- , Q ' - """N ' W' - "flu ..1 -Q I A 1 - '.-'tif' I , 1.0 21 .Lf QT," 7-f,g.?.E1r' ' " 7 -' N ' 3"E'k5PSFf W - . 7 ' V TM"""' ' .4119 - '- ' ' - 7 , A Q wi ,ls Y .V A . ' A . W iii , V vll ii I 3 'll 4 In un N E fi - E --sr 4, W A " A 'T-A.. N Il, 5. 'A E . ' , 1 ' it ' W B' ' ay- 'X si? f fiilu + Q J. BL' 5 x, U- ' -, . I, 'Q I ' .s "-L.Q,, ' 7 V- U ' , XE f . , Q 2 1 1 F .D 1, V v 'fn' h - .lkq if -4, I 'iii 1' A . of' if . I " A , "' ' ii I L '3fll'.3:"f1 cu ffl kf"w-... -mir' . .f s ! Xu-,n1,.i is , Sf' i JL, 1' F , -.,...... , -- h ., Lrg, 5 L - - T 'fx Aa uv M53-V g , 5:31, ,Q fm- f ,. : ' is 1 v L L .J 5 . W 1 - 7 , ' 4 sq, -.1 '3: T111 is Q -gms-, l , ,LLL L, liens sweep fo second consecutive Region ll title lt was quite a thrill to sit home and watch the Westark basketball Lions on television representing the school at the national tournament. In commenting about the return trip, Assistant Coach jim Wyatt said: "l was very pleased with how we represented the school . . . when you get on the level that we are on, everyone is a winner. " The Lions earned their way to Hutchinson, Kansas, by sweeping old nemesis Oklahoma City Southwest two straight games in the Region ll finals. Taking the opener, 76-74, at home, the Lions traveled to Oklahoma City fwhere they had never won beforej and promptly clobbered OCS W, 90-76. The Lions had previously defeated ASU-Beebe, 87-58, and Phillips County Community College, 80-70, in Regional action. - Entering post season play with a 2 78 regular season record, the Lions were 25 8 as they headed to Kansas. Getting to 2 7-8 was no cakewalk, however, for the Lions. Atltimes, it looked like a conference crown was not going to be won by Westark this season. Playing only two games at home during the fall semester, the Lions struggled to a mediocre 9-5 record at the holiday break. included in that was a disappointing 80-75 opening game defeat at home to Connors, the team the Lions had beaten the year before to get to go to Hutchinson for the first time. Following the new year, however, the Lions roared to a 77-3 record which included a nine game winning streak at one point. Add that up and it comes to 25 -8. 141 llbns staff slow buf fwllzffl fast .ag-vs g , v ww cv ,Er . sf. X ' I Q Q Us Q E s lx lm ,lfpshnl EU ,ui JW V : "J if. ,' fq -, ,.f -, . , ,. v..-,-, .1 ' '..xJ .w fr s X I -. 'Q f I 4-wi W, 'Ni I V , 142 II' ' 'liuuxasmm R AM , 'f Y lt was a season of records, and honors, and awards for the basketball program. Dell Bray, Arthur Banks, Elton White, Warren Patten, and john Stewart were all named to the All-Ozark Conference team. Arthur Banks and Dell Bray were named to the All-Region ll team. Arthur Banks, Elton White, and Dell Bray were named to the All-Bi-State team. Arthur Banks was invited to play in the Eastl West All-Star game in San Antonio, Texas. Even the coach got in on the act. Head Coach Gayle Kaundart, in only four seasons, won his 700th victory as the mentor ofthe Lions. He stands 707-29 overall, and that averages out to better than a 26-7 seasonal record average. He also was presented with the pres- tigious Governorts Award, one of the highest awards given by the state for excellence in athletic achievements and community service. 143 WCC Connors ASU-Beebe Grandview, lowa Southwestern lo wa Central Baptist Mississippi Co. Southern Baptist Carl Albert Bacone Northark Phillips St. Gregory Seminole Garland Co. Mississippi Co. Northeastern Okla. Okla. City Southwest Carl Albert Southern Baptist Okla. City Southwest Northeastern Okla. Northark Seminole St. Gregory Central Baptist Bacone Phillips ASU-Beebe Region ll ASU-Beebe Phillips OCS W OCS W N jCAA Baltimore C. C. Three Rivers, Mo. Casper, Wyo. O verall 25-7 0 Ozark Con ference 7 2-2 Bi -S tate g 84 D' Assistant Coach jim Wyatt, Head Coach Gayle Kaundart. Men 's Basketball Team, Front Row, L to R: Ricky Smith Henry Childress, Dell Bray, Arthur Banks, Chuck Putnam: Alex Bray, Warren Patten. Back Row, L to R: Elton White Paul Dudley, Ray Donald, john Stewart, Paul Lienhard, Don Lewis, Ollie Pleasant, Monroe Griffith. 145 lady liens struggle to two victories In their second year of existence, the Lady Lions didn 't improve upon their Hrst year record of 2-7 0. ln fact, they Hnished with the same slate. They started the season slow and never really got it going in high gear. Their coach, Mari-54 nn Ray, gave birth to twins midway through the season and that didn 't help. Because of her recent additions, Coach Ray resigned at the end of the season and the ladies will miss her. A new coach, new enthusiasm, and another year's experience make the Lady Lions look forward to their new upcoming season. Here 's lookin' at you, ladies. 146 E -1-.. Jampsfzofs and ponyfa17s Coach has fwlhs and resgvns W X TA. 'W' B as '..4 4-. K ,, i -41-14 Head Coach, Mariann Ray. Top Row- jane Coleman, Lisa Turner, Donna Buccella, Coach Ray, janet Wewers, Donna Stephens, janis Rags- dale. Bottom Row-Martha McKinney, Deiana Fisher, Dewonne Dunavant, Bonnie Neubauer, Betsy Barton. dia . Z7- . 5 - J 6 " fuk-x .,ft,,.Qb' i In g . l if I- 2 : ' Q? f fr wi. ' nm 7' 4.. h iw- X, -W' kt! X ' I -.2 ! 149 Baseball trans wth Ozark title Thanks to a 7 0-game winning streak during the second half of the season, the baseball Lions, who won 73 of their last 76 games, Hnished regular season play with a 20-74 record. They entered the post-season regional tournament on a hot streak with credentials of being the Ozark Confer- ence champions and second place Hnishers in the Bi-State league. The season, however, started slow for the Lions as bad weather cancelled their early spring games. But, as the play ended, the Lions had hustled to another winning season and had, in the process, handed Coach Bill Crowder his 400th Westark victory in only thirteen years at the helm. Eventually, the Lions finished third in the regional tournament thanks to an impressive 5-7 showing. They opened by defeating Connors State College, 8-3, then outslugged Eastern State, 74-70. Their only defeat, which dropped them out of the winners bracket, was .a 9-7 loss to tourney favorite Seminole. The Lions came back, however, and landed the third place Hnish by defeating Murray State, 8-4, Northark, 3-7, and Oscar Rose, 5-3. Add it all up and here's looking at a 24-7 6 overall record. 150 an 4,5 .:f"". .'-1, . 7 s , , Uf'.iL17'-ire P L. .A x ,ff . J, -U. Q Team f77ll:5'fI65 second rh Bilffafe flurd in Regrbnal .1 1 4:41 - 1-5. , j , ',-. '- I' f 97 if Q '-ff" . Q .- "iif.+w.,asg.i ' gl ,.-Q, "iw ggafp r--"say - ,. -"'f'3fl"f,?.' - ."Qe1- - , -fri' "tt -s . 6- A ' HI, 5 -A X J5f11..f " 5 -,-7 5 .. 1 3 , v-9:7 Q .,,. . 3 . . 2 .' ,1,a4f',-f-linijf ,, . J.,-,X 'w yu" Y .Jin . 1 In . lp Air' "ky-- 1, f . "1,u,1c-.yn " 'J 4 . A- 1 -'Hum " rl- -"rn Y "1" P..gm.- .1 24,11 . mg, fw- ... ,,. ,. ,S . if Q 'auf -I ,Q ..,e A . 4. " 1 -al' .Q1 Q ' H Q - 1 I Wx In in '- -.11 ln individual honors, Lee Pruitt was the teams leading hitter with a strong .386 average. Lee broke the all-time RBI record with 46, breaking the previous record of 37 held by Bill Montgomery during the 7977 season. He also tied the all-time home run record with 7 0. Randy Locke finished with an impressive .353 batting average and won the fielding award. Chris Lovelady led the team with 27 stolen bases and batted .306. Leading pitchers were Vestal Carter who finished with a 6-3 record along with a save, and Rick Coatney who finished at 5-2 with 2 saves. RBI record shattered 151 WCC 152 74 7 2 0 0 70 77 2 3 4 7 3 8 7 6 3 2 0 8 6 5 2 7 9 9 77 8 8 77 5 7 8 7 9 Bacone Bacone Iowa Western Iowa Western lowa Western Iowa Western Indian Hills lndian Hills lndian Hills Eastern State Eastern State NEO NEO Carl A lbert Carl Albert Seminole Seminole NEO NEO Northark Northark Southern Baptist Southern Baptist Carl Albert Carl Albert Eastern State Eastern State Seminole Seminole Bacone Bacone Arkansas Tech Arkansas Tech R, 'S IS E.,L. , fw4 rw! , . .,- V aff " v , V W. ,,. X in -4 ., . ..' I ' g-.-.. g23'T5'-fy qvg, xi n.'L.. A: Q e?:..4:'- ,sf tt .gt n ,, 1 Uk '. ., .pg .w 1' ?': :xl-5-w wi: 7 L 1, .1 ' ,Qs-H-27.4--,QL41 -li:gfQCf'q,'lT -wa, - A ,sr t .M ,4 tr uf-4 . fffpv-. ,-1' -r -- ,Hb- .jru 'T 4 V.:-" j.. xv, - Qi my ,inwlt . '-1'.. -r, , - R1 . f ,f"VTK."-F - 'B' . Ugg. ' ' Q X L .-.1-te E, g,,, . Q A 8-'isgyc 4 .igw if , ,Q x ..' 'ff Regional Tournafnen t: 8 Connors 7 Seminole 8 Murray State 4 3 Northark 5 Oscar Rose Overall Record: 24-75 7st in Ozark Conference 2nd in Bi-State Conference 3ra' in Regional Eastern State 7 0 ,v .. 1 .4 5 3 7 9 7 5 ' ,. W' 'N-1 '-s' 4 Z . . if 1 i- -A I I I N . ' 'fn ,, f fn - -'1,f.:,L,.,.'i.. it Q -'- 9 ,.. , U ,N- Front Row: David Elrod, Raymond Yarbrough, Chris Lovelady, Mark Gilbert, Mark Amos, Callaway, Mike Frisb y. Second Row: jeff Stubbleheld, jeff Strassle, David McGinnis, Rick Coatney, Randy D Clark, joe Pendleton, Micky Carey. Third Row' Bruce Matula Rick Riddley Bobby McHale Vestal Carter Lee Pruitt jack L ' - I I 1 J 7 Fourth Row: Keith McGhee fMgr.j, Randy Locke, Ed Nally, Curt Ledbetter, Rick jordan, Steve Carson. Steve Peckenpaugh, Glenn otson, Tim O'B0yle, Stan beth. Brian Holt, Ross Hanna, 6'olfers keep bot streak ee he '1 ,' X., ' .Wh .J ,J . I , .-!+,gQ5agi",1 1L.fg1Qi,?.f3gi 35,6113 -.51 , J , Q. Qi : 6 , Vi. 1 u .J , ".'11r:f'A: f .-."..i:'f:- .- . .1 'aff ' 't. " "' ,fr 4. Q 5-:Z1-f?':2.- ' " ' "s'4fT"4'-7-'41?f QR, 1gf1,'vv,Q,j"?g..1x' 'gh I' W' .F 5 . ,119 15. . 4 f 5 , ' .. W?'f'5ihi?isf'?M':V '3'5mJ1.1.-- . 1. 1-4-"' .J ,' 14' Gif'--ff ?1"'.:! e, . .. 'vs f' ' ff,-ewgaf 'QJar,g,q.. Q 5 ,i wj:fif:if.a- '11 - 1 . W A " " 4 c - fb' rfE3A3j1u'5?.jffP5fiiqg- ESQ -"5v3.15'.-'jt'.,5,'3gl,. "' 'z -xi ' ., ' . w L-1.5, a.-91: f::s'w1fe.-v,.'g4g,4,,'.-sA.d4.g41'1Y1.f:',-f.e-of-1-fnxebe 5 -..-,S , ' J-3fp'git,1LQ1,1fqv154g3'e:1:Q,4i.,Q13g.--'1fbgig.5f.-:k1:f:3ggrgiig-".'i5..'.,3ffa,,. , ' 1 , , - fu ..e, . f -.1 , - ,si 'ir - . '-.1-'vp .,..t,,--.,1-V, -:, ' - .w e 57' ' 312-.lfa',.wi fflufg-,1I-',.Qf:5::T' 'i.5fg -5:21515 -f'.H"mJ.'- sea'---ate.. r--. A at :Jai . X 154 ln four tournaments played during the fall semester the Westark golf team won twice' and finished second twice. Neal Waygood was medalist in two of those events. During the spring semester season, the golfers collected another first place trophy and Hnished second in four other tourneys. ln all, the Lion golfers won three events and placed second six times out of 7-4 tournaments. johnny Williams and Kevin Laymon qualihed for the National junior College Golf Tournament and Charlie Fore and Neal Waygood tied for first alternate. Here 's looking at some tough college golfers. X 5 X -X X W 'X X XX X 1 X X :Xi - V! .f.-. - -, 1 ,, . ,. X1 I X , 4 Y X 155 Keep on 5ff0klh Head Coach, Ron Richard. Top Row: Charlie Fore, Mark Laymon, Coach Richard, Sam Rhodes, Randy Gazzola. Bottom Row: Greg Bennett, Mark Amos, Ronny Ocker. 1,5 cc ni-I3 J -mg -. rnzjfgd Q c A ,--g . -' " 57 pm :ad 157 Members of the drill team, who per- formed during halftime of varsity basketball games are: Kathy A nderson, Bonita Williams, jo jo Sneed, Myra Porter, Charly Breedlove, Robyn Osgatharp, Michele Steward, Billie jean Freeman, Debbie S. Murray, Mary Kelly, Davina Scholie, Lynn Franzke and Tina Marable. Deborah Sadler Linda Peters, Lisa Turner Mariann Cole April Clayton. 158 Fellhes PLL... W. l'q1un-n-e-1f""ffl..-w a s -7-v-rf. B ?,.,.....W,...u5e 3 or frri 5 . .r Q. m is . "gli ' ' 'livin' Y flzeerleaders A . .L 5 1 f ,N ,,' - Q, jx' A .-, ,r f Mg' Z A -.X . Jr U f . A - ' , ,. 1 ffm? Corblh, Aflzleflk' Dliecfor 0 Inf amumfs ,.-.A.f N X , 1 ' Q Him' ' K" ' K 5 ' Q M1151 .If It I 22233: l L' , ,, i r, " f i31gJQ',+sfg - w 1.12 xv, "' ' v1fey?ig:1if Will- , A, L..L.., im .1 ... .,. -.12SfC..unQIiBn -.r gb L., fbbihg S' team omps o Hag football c own Ebbing'5.' Mike lncniowski, Mike Knitting, Chris Meyers, Mike Roberts. Gary Ebbing, Ken Helfrich, Bob Harfsmeier, Ronnie Branham. 161 Rosson if feam - P f ' ' 'Q ,.V.a,L : "'?fsj'i'w:1ezg ..Y, .:2a'Zg L -. . v ' A--f f - -'21 i"f f' QP' i "A' :fwfr -533' . ..,'i .j1-1-' A -' .V , , .. . 4.1. 1.5 A . :4u..,i.s:g4:-,.,...-. '-f,1.,,T5-,:,?,:9,, as e a . ea W . V,,V V 'n "'f7"""' -Y , 4: L' 1"'-'11-,1Q2'f.1rf,ai1, , " A . . '-QW V ' rifle , i - Rosson'5.' Brent Rosson, Roger Pugh, Q W M V I 1 jim Edwards, Mike Moser, David . . 4 I' .if A,fgjiifvlggggijiia Lafoon, Steve Peckenpaugh, Rick 5 ' Baker, and Eddie Naliy. 'v y gif Ifarsiiy bail ilfn ? file any game 5114" ' 'M . 2 EE 1 I . .. . 1 f-W , ,fm 'f.':- 'L ' '. . ., ' ' ..' if .5.2q,:E1F3s i.,f5.,,.gw.-gy . ., f . : A X-1. 9? .X-5, 5 1 .z.....- ':'.-....:- ,L - ff- 162 F ,Z W Edwards' team captures 3-on-3 crown Edwards: Chris Meyers, David Lafoon, Gary Wehunt, and jim Edwards. f "' 1 JM .- : 163 Stec'5.' Mike Stec, Steve Stec, Rick Obersty, Stephen 5'fec 3' feam captures Weriey, john Knight, Ken Helfrich, Al Geisbauer, Donna b Turnbaugh, and Serina Pense. V0 ey d 164 K h ' .wr-1 , ,X il: ,fam-: 1 . I r, , Al -O .. ., 3 'A sw. 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'-- "ff-,, Y--Q.. -.- ,ff .s'iffqfiFf:' J 1453 44,59 "f' r., W'fls f??2,g, " rg, hw 5 J . 169 Awards and Consfracfibn Basketball coach Gayle Kaundart ileftj, and Baseball coach Bill Crowder frightj, were awarded the coveted "Governor's Award" for their excellence in athletic achievements and community service. As previously stated, Kaundart won his 700th victory and Crowder his 400th victory during the 77-78 athletic seasons. w , , f- ' ' w 170 The Physical Education BuildinglC-Iymnasium, which Westark has for years shared with the Ft. Smith Boys Club, has become the colleges sole property. With renovations and landscaping, the facility will become a permanent fixture of the campus. In ex "SF 'Q -w Y T: '.'EfL-4.132953 .. 1 . ,. un' 1 171 Barbara Adams .,. Karren Adams ,,... Roger Adams.. . . Coveta Addington. .. Ibrahim Al-Damig ,,... Anthony Albert. .. .. Allen Aldridge. .. ..... Tim, Aldridge. .... . Gholamraza Alizadegan. .. Nancy Allen .. ... .. Betsy Altman .. .. Mark Amos. . Sheila Amos . Cathy Anderson. ... Earl Anderson ......, Maryann Anderson .. Ray Anderson. ., . Sandra Anderson. . . Stephen Anderson, . . . Vanessa Arnold. . William Arnold. Karen Arther. .. . Roy Ashing.. ... loe Atkinson ..... laniee Augustus .,.., Virginia Bachman .... Bill Baggett .,.... . Candyce Baham. ... Rick Baker .. ... Roberta Ballard. . . Arthur Banks ,..... Charley Banks ..,.. Clinton Barry... Barbara Bartlett .,.. Paul Bartlett ..... Thomas Bartlett ,,.. Deanna Baxley ..... Craig Beam ....... lo Bearden . .... ... Te mara Beauchamp ,... Conaly Bedell ,........ Francis Bedell ....... Debbie Bender .... Greg Bennett ,.,.,. Nelrna Bennett. .. lulie Bertram. ... Homer Beshears .. Daniel Beshoner. .. . Debra Bourgeois ,... S. H. Blakely ,... Kathy Boch .... Betty Bolin ..... lim Bolin .....,., Fran Bradley. ... Terra Bradley ... Katy Brake .,..,. . Cheryl Brailey. .. . Charles Brake .,.. Carolyn Branch. .... Ronnie Branham ,... DellBray .. .. Nate Bray ..... . . . Charley Breedlove ...,. Debbie Breedlove ..... Dan Breitenberg ,..,. Deanna Brice ..,,.. Dixon Bridges .... Debra Briley ..... Walter Brine-gan. , Lisa Brock ...... Ed Brody ...... A. C. Brown ..... Billy Brown .... Curtis Brown.-. . . Ira Brown ..... Lisa Brown ...... Nancy Brown .,... Rubert Brown .... Becky Bruce ....... Donna Buccella. , .. Tammy Buckles ..... Edna Bunda .,.,... losie Bunda ,..,. Cindy Burger ...... David Burkx ........, George Burlingston .... Betsy Burton. .. .. Brenda Butler ..... Dan Butler ....., Ken Butler ........ Stephen Butler. ... Dr. Iames Burgess ..... Max Burns ........ . Sian Cagle ..... . . Harold Callahan ..... Charles Callison ..... 172 .. ..82 82 ....B2 ,....B2 ...,BZ ....82 ....79 .. B2 ....,B2 .. .60,78 . . 60 82, 153, 157 ......,. 82 17, B3, 158 . ..... 83 ....83 .....B3 ...73 83 83 83 .....B3 ....B3 ....83 .. 84 GB 84 ...84 84,162 . B4 145 84 ... 84 60 ....84 ..,84 .84 ...BS 7B .. .85 ...,ST ...54 B5 85 .....85 B5 B5 ...,BS ....85 48 ....5B 58 ...4r,47 ....Bo ...Hao .. 62,78 -..so .mae ......5a .......161 ....86,'l45 as Hara,-isa -..,ea 64 .Mao ...66 .mee .mae ....rs7 ..,77,B7 ....a7 ....e7 ....B7 ....a7 ....rs7 ....a7 .....79 ......B7 87,149 ....aa au ...Nea ea .mea ...,usa 88,149 ...Mata ...64.65 .....66 .mas ....53 .. 34, 72 ...GG ...64 ...66 Glen Callaway . . , Kathleen Cameron . Cathy Campbell. .. Kathy Caperton. ... Micky Carey. .... Randy Carloan ... Robert Carolin ...... Carolyn Carolina.. . Ricky Carson .. ... Steve Carson. .. . lames Carter .... Stan Carter ...... Vestal Carter .... Bob Carver. . Eileen Casey. .. Dennis Cash ... Stanley Cash . . , Patricia Cassidy .... Mike Caster. .. . .. Terrill Caswell. . Akbar Chamasmanr. .. Susan Chaney ........ Verna Chapman ... Meb Charles.. ... Noreen Charles. . . . Henry Childress.. . Alice Christian. Stan Clark. . . Tom Clark. . . April Clayton ....... 88, 153, 168 60 UBB 88 153 B8 BB BB B9 l53 B9, . . B9 89, 89, 168 153 89 58 ...ASB H9 B9 ..89 89 ..B9 U58 U89 76 90 . .. 321, A90 Kimberly Cleavenger ..... .. , . . Rick Coatney. . . Desmond Cockburn .... ludy Coder ..... . . Bruce Coe.. .... .. Doyle Coe ....., Marian Cole. .. Sandra Cole ..... lane Coleman. ... lohn Collins... Fae Conner. .,. Mike Cooper ,,.. . Mary Copeland ..... Chris Corbin . ... lerry Cormack . Dennis Cortez. . . Lisa Cottingham .... lo Anne Cortney .... Mike Cowart ....... Roy Cox ....... . . Keith Cravens ...., Laurie Crews .,., Bill Crowder ...... Robert Crowley ..... Kay Cummings ..... Lee Cummings .... john Curry ...... Barbara Curtis ,.., lack Cutler ....,. Theresa Damouth . . Tracy Damron. .... LyH. Dang... Paulan Daniel .... Angelian Daniel .... Mike Daniels .,... Sharon Dalniels ...., Cindy Davis... Darlene Davis ...... Charlene Dawson. .. Patricia Deer. . .. . . Art Dickerson. . . . Gladys Dixon ..... lohnyy Dobbs .... Warren Dodson .... Ray Donald .. ... Alton Dorrough. . , Nancy Dorrough .... Randy Dotson ...... lim Douglas., ... leannie Doyle .... Paul Dudley ........ Celia Dunavant ...., Dewonne Dunavant ,... Christine Durant .... Gary Ebbing ........ Sonia Eckelhull ...,. Dennis Edington .... Mary Edmisten ...., Sara Edmiston .... lim Edwards ...... Ken Edwards ..... Elaine Edwards. ... Steven Ellington .... Mark Elliott ,...... Beth Ellis ....... Lindell Ellison ..,. David Elrod ...... Cindi England .... Mike Enuch .... ., 75, B9 145 89 153 62 158 90 153 ..9ll 90 90 bb ..62 90, 90. 155 90 149 54 166 56,57 66 159 91 24, 75, 91 91 91 91 ...91 .. l52, 97 39 'l70 91 72 66 9l 91 34, 41, -16 .,..39 ,92 92 92 . 92 ..92 79 74 92 92 92 ..92 ..79 92 79 93, 145 93 93, 9.1 15 3 79 93 145 93 149 93 161 9.3 93 .....68 76 .... 162,163 93 ..94 H94 .......94 ....75 ,94 ..94 .. 94,153 ..94 94 lames Erke . lanie Erman ,. Moshkenani Eslami. Martha Etrlord. . . . Darrell Evans. . lerry Evans.. . Mark Evans . Tracy Fant ..... Dehorah Fauhus. . Ester Fawcett.. . Duaine Fears .. Frances Feimster David Ferguson , Carolyn Tillipelli Karen Fine.. . . . David Fink ,..... . Sherry Finney. ., Frank Finsel.. . Danny Fisher ... Dellana Fisher.. . Bill Fitzgerald. . Robert Fleming ..... Dana Foley . Charlie Fore . . Dorothy Forvt. Terry fportner. . . Iohn Foster.. Pamela Fout . Charles Fowler, . Donna Fox ....... Nancy Fox .. . Kathy Frat-leigh . . Lynn Franzktr.. . , Mary Frazier ..... . Catherine Frederick .... lames Freeman. . . .. Billie lean Freeman. Mike Frishy. ..... . Gary Frix .,.. . . . Rita Fullbright. . Mary Fulmer .... Brucille Gann.. . Larry Gantt.. .. l-larry Garman. . lohn Gary ... . Mary Gatewood. Randy Garzola ,... Garv Gebhart . Al.Geishauer ..... Chuck Gerardy .. Reza Ghasemt. .. Linda Gibbons. . . Eva Gibson ....., David Gilbert .... Mark Gilherl ...., Benny Giles.. .. . Charles Godlrey. . . Pearl Good. , . . . Don Goodwin.. lack Gorham ...... Raymond Gosack., Tim Graham ...... Carla Gray. ..,. . David Green. . lames Green. , . . Karla Green. .. Logan Green. . , Karen Greenle ,.... Alan Greenwood .... Lisa Gregory ..... . Lori Gregory. . . Martha Griesse .. Frank Grillith. . . Monroe Griffith .... Phyllis Griffith. ., . Sharon Grilfith ..... Laura Grim. ,. . Brenda l-lall. . . . Dennis Hall ..,.. Glenda Hall ....... Betty Hamilton. . . ,lean Hamilton. . .. Margie Hamilton .. Anita Hammack ..... Mary Hammack .... Ross Hanna, ..., , Pat Hampton ..,. Fred Hanes ..., , . Gordon Hardin .... Bryan Harmon ...,. Walter Harmon .... Beverly Harp ,.... Betty Harris .,.... Marcella Harris ..., Cynthia Harris ..... ..9-l 94 95 . 56 95 95 ..95 ....95 ...95 . 167 95 .. 95 ..,.95 72 ....95 96 ...96 .79 ....,96 ..96,1-49 ,. .66 96 ...96 ......'l57 ...64.78 .. .96 ...,96 ...96 . 97 . ....... 97 . . . 97 97, l66, l68 38, 97,158 ,.97 .. .... 97 32,97 .. 96,158 ...153 M97 ...97 .,..97 H98 98 98 911 ...98 .. 95,157 ., 66 164 161, 33,60,61 98 64 93 99 ..,'l53 99 ....99 58 66 , .,....., 72 .. 42, 75, 99 99 99 ....99 99 .. ,99 ...,BO 99 ...100 100 100 ., ..'lU0 9,100 145 .. 100 100 ...3li, 100 76,78 100 ..10O ...101 101 101 ......58 58 .... 101, 153 10'l 101 101 101 101 ...102 ....79 ..,102 102 Melody Harris ,... Sam Harris . , . Boll 1-lartmeier ,,.., Tina Hatislr.-r. . . Mitch Hawley. .. Tom lrlaydizn. . . Sarah Hays. . ., Kenneth Helfrich.. .. ,. Michael Hendrix . . O. 1 Henley ., . Sara Henning, .. . Mark Hesxelhcrrth .,.. Sharon llewiit ,,,, Barbara Hewitt .. , Debra l-licks ..4. Mike Hicks ,,..,. Phillip Hicks ..... Susan Hicks. . . Karen Higgins ,.,, Larry I'-light ..,,. . Gale Hightower. , . Mike 1'-lightower. .. Harold 1-'lile. , . . . . Phyllis I-linkle .. . Kelly Hobbs. . . . Phillip Hohhs .,,.,. Lynn Holcombe .... Bill Holder. . .. . Andrea Holernan. . . Brian Holt. ...,. . Gertrude Hon ..., William Hon. . . Gina Hood. . . Kay Hopkins ,,,. Glenda 1-lorton. . Donna l-louse ..,. lohnriy House.. .. loy House. .... . lim Houston. .. Pete Howard ....,, Ann I-luhbs .,,,,4. Robert 1-lucklelnury ..., Ricjuard Hudson. . , . Sheila iiulistetler, ,. lohn Hug ......,.. Susan Hughes. . . Carl Hurnpltries ,,... Cyrus Humphries. , Sandra Hunt ....,.. Robert Huston. , Vivian lluston. ...., . William Hutchinson. ,. . . . Fred lchniowski , Mike lchniowski. . Charles Irish. , . . . Curtis lvery .... Cheryl lackson .,.. Darryl lackson. ., . lexsie lackson, . Larry lackson. . ioyce lacohs , .. Leslie larnes .,., Lillie lamr-s .,... Rhondalarnes ..,. Rita leilers. . .', . . .. Gary lennings ......, Hannibal lohnson.. Paula lohnson .... . . Sherri lohnsnn ..... Tim lohnson ..... Connie lones .... Donald lones ,,,. Earl Iones ..... Faye Iones ..,,. Loretta Jones. . Stacey Innes ,....,. Stephanie lones ..... Steve lones.. ..... Ralene lordan ,.,. Rick lordan ,.... Patt loyce .,.,. Gayle Kaundart. .. Kathleen Keck ...,. David Keeton. ,... Carolyn Keisrnan, . , Linda Kelly ..,...,. Mary Kelly ......, Terri Kenner .,... Leatha Kersh ..,.. Red Killing ,.... . . Nadine Killion ...,, Tan Kim ....,,.,. Sue Kincannon ,... Betty King ....... Christie King ,..., ' 102 103, 161, .f 'iii 102 102 16 1 102 102 102 102 164 54 20 103 103 103 103 103 101 103 103 103 104 58 ....62 49 104 104 104 ....78 104, ....75, 106, . 62 104 153 69 104 104 104 105 105 105 105 62 60 105 105 51 62 1 05 1 05 '105 105 '105 1 06 -x 106 56 106 161 ...f:2,63 ...56,57 . ks, 106 106 106 167 106 106 32 107 107 107 107 107 107 108 108 103 108 . . 54, 78 .,..75, 108 166 105 108 108 153 66,78 145, 75, 109, '.'ff21Q 170 60 108 108 108 158 109 109 109 58 ....78 70 69 167 David King. . , Terri King. ......... . Fred Ktnslow ......,. Dr. William Klusmeier ...... lerry Klyne. . .... . , Sheila Knauls. .. Iohn Knight.. . Mike Knitting ..,. Sarah Knotts ,.,.. Rehecca Kohler. . lames Kolp. .. . Barbara Krahy ..,. lames Krahy. . Patricia Kursh . David Lalioon . . lack Lambeth. . ,. Dr. Wayne Lanier ..... Morris Lawson ...... Mark Laymon .,,.. Kathleen Lease. . . Curt Ledbetter. .. . lames Lee ,..,. loe Lee ...... lohnny Lee ..,. Sondra Leger. Paul Leggett. . , .. PaulLeinl1ard.,.,. Cyndi Lensing ...,, Barbara Lester. . . . Ed Levy ,..., . . . Don Lewis. . . lune Lewis ,,.... Nolan Lickey. . . Cai Lietzke., ... Vivian Liles .,..... Danny Limberg ..... Richard Livas ..... Nancy Llewellyn .... Randy Locke ...... Pamela Loltin ..... Cary Longley ..,.. Becky Looper ..... Ealline Looper ,,.. Chris Lovelady . Mike Lowe. . . 11011 Lowery .,... Dehla ie Maddox .... Hoa Mai ....,..... Cheryl Maiors ...... Linda Mankins. ,. ,. Marcella Mantcroth. . . Tina Marhle ,..,.. . . . George Marr .... lames Marsh .... loe Martin ....,. Kathy Martin ... Louise Martin ,.... Sheri Martin ,... Mark Marvin.. .. Barbara Mashke ...,. Dwight Mason ,....,. Elizahetlr Matlock,. . . . Vicki Matlock ..,.... Bruce Matula .,... Gail Maxwell .,... Ginna Mayo ........ George Mcfklister ..... Kim McAlister ....., Mac McCullal1 .,.. Sam McFerran .,..., David McGinnis ,... Keith McGhee ...,.. Suzanne McGraw ..... Bohhy McHale. .. .. lamie McKeever ..,. Martha McKinney ..... Sheila McKinney .... David McKinnis ..,... Stewart McLellan ....... Wayman McMahand., Diane McNeil.. ..... Bess McWilliams ...... Nancy Mcadors ..... David Meeks ...... Mehzad Mehrara .... Bill Metzenheimer ..., Sally Merriman ..... Patty Merrywell ..... Dixie Methany. . Chris Meyers .... Daniel Meyers ..,.. Cheryl Mickle ,........ Tommy Middleton .... William Minick ..,.,. Water Minniear ..... Alonzo Mitchell .,.,. Rusty Mizell.. ,... 109 109 109 .......53 109. . I-151 110, 160 110 164 161 110 110 '110 110 ....34,-11,44 110, 162, 110 163 153 52 1'l0 157 ....71 110, 153 111 .....79 ,. 111 111 111 54 145 1'l1 l'11 64 145 58 54,55 111 '111 111 111 ...52 153 112 112 112 ....56,78 153 112 112 . 76 112 112 70 112, 112 158 112 113 113 . 58 113 68 1'13 113 .....66 113, 1'13 113 153 58 113 64 '1'13 79 ffff E4 ....62,63, ffffis 62 153 153 58 153 113 149 113 113 113 1'13 114 71 114 168 114 ..79 115, 161, 162 114 114 62 163 115 115 115 115 O, 61 115 '115 Alexa Montague. . . Brenda Mooney. .. Darryl Moore ..... . Ronald Moore. , . loyce Morris. .. . Ruth Morris ..,.... Barbara Morse ...... George Moschner. Mike Moser ,,.... Mike Mott . . Dennis Mullen. . . Sheila Murphy ..... Dehbie A, Murray. . Debbie S Murray ..... ,. . Beth Musgrave ..... Francoise Musgrove ..... Alan Myers ....... Nancy Myers. .. Lee Mynatt . . Michael Nall. .. Ed Naliy ..,. . . . Kimmy Nash ..... Denlil Nell ...... Melvin Nelms. . Bob Nelson.. ,,., Rick Nelson ....,,., Ruth Ann Nelson .... Bonnie Neubauer.. Brenda Newhold.. Margaret Newell. , . Cecil Newhart ..... Kim Newman ..... Quang Nguyen ... Mary Nicholas .... ...75 ...115 ..,..'l15 115,163 58 '116 '116 ...'116 ,...162 .,..1l6 ....116 ..,....'1'l6 116 75,116,158 , . ......... 116 116 117 117 70 117 .. 153,162 V ..... 117 . ..117 ....1'l7 ....9 168 78 117, 149 117 .. 56 .. 79 117 ., 117 117 Ricky Oherste ..... 116, 161, 164 Tim O'Boyle. .. 110, 153, me Ronny Ocker ...... .,.... ' 118, 757 Robert O'Neil. ..... .. ..... 118 Robyn Osgatharp ..... . .. 39, 118, 158 Daviush Oyeisi ..... ....... . 118 Tim Owens ....... ..... , . 118 Dan Page ,...... . . , 66 Anita Pappas .,... leanette Parish. .. Beverly Parker ..... Pat Parker ......... loseph Farnell .,... Beverly Parsons .... Farhad Parvaresh. .. Kendall Pate .. .. Warren Patten ,,.,. Ann Patterson. ... Wayne Patterson... Ellen Paul. ......... . Steve Peckenpaugh. Debra Pena. .. .,. loe Pendleton. .... . Theresa Pendleton .... Serina Pense. . . . lanie Peoples.. ... Anna Perez ..... Angela Perkins .... Cary Perry. .,.. Cheryl Peters ...... Gabriel Peters ..... Linda Peters ..... Linda Peters ..... Robin Peters .... Robert Pierce ..... Roger Pinkerton .... Gary Pinson. ..,. , Dennis Pistole ..... Ollie Pleasant ,..... Larry Plemmons ,... Tanra Plummer .... Karla Plymale ..,. Melissa Poole ..... Mike Porta ...... Darla Porter . . . Myra Porter ..... Pat Porter ..... Scott Porter ..... Kathy Posey ..... lohn Preas. ... Betty Price ..... Frank Prosser, . . . Lee Pruitt ,..... Eva Pryor .... loann Pugh .... Roger Pugh ...... Bradley Putnam .... Chuck Putnam ..... Le H. Quam ,... 113 115 118 72 119 119 119 119 119,145 119 .....'l'l9 75,120 ..153,162 .,....120 120,153 .. 120 .....164 ....17,120 119 ...sa M69 69 .....70 119 119, 158 .....120 ....12o ,...120 120 121 ..121,145 75,121 121 121 121 '121 .... ...58 121,'158, 16,5 64 ,...127 121 .....6O ......54 ...50,76 ,.,,153 78 12'1 . . . 163, 167 122 ...145 122 173 lames Ragsdale .... lanis Ragsdale ..... Dale Rainwater ..,, Linda Rainwater ,..,. Paul Rainwater .... Nancy Ralph ....., Lawrence Ralston. . .. Ron Ramsey .,..... Eugene Rapley ....... Dorothy Raapeport .,.. 122 .. 149 122 ...122 ...122 122 ...122 ....2O ....52 .....64 Mariann Ray ,...,..,. H- 749 David Rathburn ..,., --- 722 Ellenc Rebsamen .,,. --4' 7 3 Nancy Reed ,,..... --V 722 Claudette Reese .... , -H 723 Maxine Reeves .... --4- 5 9 Ricky Reith r.,,...... '---- 7 23 Caroline Reynolds ..... H- 761 123 Kenneth Reynolds. .. --iar 723 Sam Rhodes ,,....... 4--- ' 723. 757 Kathy Rhyne ..,,. Leo Rice A..,... Terri Rice ,..... Ron Richard ..,.... ....,123 ......7'1 . '17, 123 ....54. 157 Billy Richmond ..,... ---4- ' 723 Melanie Richmond ..., Greg Rickman ...., Rick Riddley ,..,. Mike Roberts ,,.... Debra Robertson ,... Sharon Robson ..,. Gustavo Roca ..... Lori Rogala ..,. lackie Rogers ..., Lenora Rogers ..,.. Robert Rogers .,... Van Rogers ...... Karen Roper .,.,. Sheila Ross .,.... Brent Rosson ,..,.. Lois Rothrock ..,., Charles Rowe .,.., Kim Rowland ....., Mozella Royal ..... Chuck Rush ..... Desno Rush ...,. Deborah Sadler ...,. lohn Samuels .,.,,. Sandy Sanders ..... Steve Sanlord ..,.., Dan Sapp ........... Charles Sattazahan .... Terrye Saylor ........ Bettye Schleiil ..... David Scharbor ..... Mary Schlutterman ,,,. Randy Schlutterman ..,.. William Schlutterman ..... Larry Schmalz .......,.. Davina Scholle ,,..,,., George Scott ,.,. lames Seiter ......t Deborah Seward ..,. Floyd Sexton ..,. lames Shane ..... Carol Shepard ..... Carol Sheppard .....,. Geneva Sheppard ..... Kelly Sheppard .,,... Karen Shibley ..... Sam Sicard. .... . Mark Silvers .....,. Patricia Skinner. ,.., -- lohn Slankard, .... Eleanor Smalley .,... Gina Smith ....,,. Ida Smith, , .,... . . Mildred Smith ..... 174 123 123 ....124, 153 161 ....124 124 ...124 .,.124 124 124 79 124 ..39,124 124 162 .,..125 73 125 125 '125 168 158 66 52 125 ., 21 125 .-.125 .. 78 '125 125 ...125 ,...126 ....126 ....158 126 126 '126 .,...,...126 41, 45, 77 75 126 126 ...21 126 53 126 .. 39, '127 , ...,. 127 127 127 ..,.127 127 Pauline Smith .... ... 127 Ricky Smith .,.. 127, 145 Teresa Smith ..... 127 Terri Smith ..... ... 56 Tim Smith ...... .. 127 latawn Sneed ...., 128, 158 Kelly Sosebee .... ...,.. ' 123 Marilee Sparks .... . . 128 Ray Sparks... .. . . . . 54 Ted Spencer .... . 1211 Delois Spoon ...,, .. 128 Allen Spradley .... . . 128 Mary Spray ,...... .. 128 Wallie Sprick, ,... . . 128 Pam Stallings ..... ... 60 Greg Stanlill ,,.... .. 1211 Damon Starling ..... .....,. ' 1211 Doug Statham .... ... 66 Mike Stec .....,. 129 161, 164 Steve Stec ,.....,. 129 161, 164 Cindy Steinpreis .... ......... 1 29 Sally Steinpreis ..,.. .... 1 29 Coletta Stengel .,... ,..,... 6 8 Donna Stephens ...... . . 129, 149 leanne Stevens ...., ......, 6 8 lo Ann Steward, .... .... 1 29 Michele Steward .,.,. .,.. 1 58 lohn Stewart ....... .,,. 1 45 Larry Stoney ,.,... .. 129 lell Strassle ,..,... . - 153 let'lStuhble1ield ,,,., ... 129, 153 Sue Sturgeon ,,... ... 58 Alexa Sumrock .,.. .. 129 Nancy Swaim ,.... .. 130 Tom Tallent .,.... . . . 79 Don Tannehill .... .. 1 60 Gail Taylor ..,.,. ... 130 lames Taylor .... .. 130 Mary Taylor ..,.. ....' 1 30 Elaine Taylor ..,.,,. tt.. 1 30 Tammi Thomas ..,.... ,... ' 130 Maurice Thompson ..... . . . 64. 65 Leonard Thornton, .- - 79 Donna Threlkeld ..,.. t..- 1 30 Carman Thrill ...,.,. .... ' 130 Lyle Titterington ,... . , , 131 William Todd ,.... . . 13'l Angela Topham ..... rrt- 7 31 Shirley Toran ,,.,. ... 131 Thuran Tran ...... .. 131 Kevin Treece ,,..,.. 137 Wyvonna Triplett ..... ,,.-. ' 137 H. D, Tripp ....... 75, 131 Norman Trott ..... .- 137 Sheryln Tudor .,.... ...,... ' 137 Donna Turnbraugh .... ---- 7 32. 764 Cohhor Turner ...,,, ...,....... 1 32 Lisa Turner .....,, ..,,' 1 32, 149, 1511 Patsy Turner ,,.,..,. . -.....,- 132 Glenda Tuxhorn .... . . . 132 Teresa Tweed ...,. -1 732 Herman Udoui ...., ----- 5 3 lohn Udoul ....... 132 Danny Uerling .... .. 132 Melody Van Dyke ,.... .-.. 1 32 Booby Vaughan ..,.... --,- 7 32 Aholgha Vaziripour ..... A--- 7 32 Roger Voelkel ....... - - - 55 Gerry Voitilla ..... ---- 5 9 Knanh Vu ....... H- 733 Ngoc Vu .,....,, 733 I- lesse Wade ...,. Mike Wade ....,. Barbara Wagner . Cathy Wald .. .,,. Sontlra Wa ldrop .... Grace Walker . , Doug Walker. . . . Robert Walters ..,.. Libby Walton . . Tom Walton ..,,. Gordon Watts.. Brenda Webb .,.. Sherry Webster ,.,.. Gary Wehunt ,.,. Larry Weigand ,.,,. Gordon Wells. , , Larry Wells ., Lir1da Wells .... . Ken Wentworth. . Stephen Werley. . , Brenda West ..,,. Cecilia West ..... Diana West. .. Ruth West.. .. lanet Wewers .... Mary Wewers. . . Lisa Wheeler .,,.. Lynne Whetsell ..., Deborah White. . . Elton White .., George White. . . Martha White .... Shelby White ...... Patricia Whitfield ..,. lames Whitson ..... Randy Whittaker. . , Patty Wicks ...,., Mary Wilcox. ,. Ernest Wilhelm ..... Bonita Williams .... Brenda Williams ..... David Williams ..., Gene Williams ..... lanis Williams .... Leon Williams ..... Carl Willis .,..... Robbie Wilson. . . , Ronald Wilson ,.... Stan Wilson ..,... Sharon Winn ...,. Terri Winters .,... Rick Wolford ..,. . Danny Womack.. . lenniler Womack. . , Mary Womack ...., Anita Woodard.. . Dixie Woodard .,.. lohn Woodrome. . . David Woods ...,.. Rodney Woods .... Bob Woolritlge ..,. Diane Worden ..... Elmer Wright ..... lack Wright ...... Rodney Wright ..,. lim Wyatt ...... Claude Yancey ,..,... . Rhonda Yarberry ....... Raymond Yarbrough ..... Genelle Yates ....,,..., David Young ...,... David Young ..... lames Young ..... Nancy Zechiedrich ..... . ' "kb, aifisbf' 133 133 133 .. 73, 133 .41,74 133 ., 13.1 ..,.133 70 175, 176 ,. 71 .. ...,. 133 134 134, -ms 62 ...134 ... 134 39, 134 ..... 75 161, 164 134 1.34 134 . ,... 134 135, 149 135 ....135 55 ... 135 135, 145 . 66, 67 135 .135 ...135 135 135 ...136 70 79 136, 158 136 .. 136 136 136 136 ...75, 136 ..136 ...136 .137 54 ,. 137 .. 137 .. 137 .. '137 137 65 . 137 ...'137 ...137 .. '137 M138 .H138 ..'138 ...138 ...138 .. 145 54. 55 138 153 68 , eo, 61 138 N130 60 lion is Pride Fall Staff: Editor-Debbie A . Murray News Editor-Debbie S. 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