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Barry Drake, Don Sanders, Kurt Van Sjckleg Kop- posize page! The Shoppe, Neely Reynolds Every Wednesday during the noon hour, classes are cancelled to allow students a free hour to participate in clubs or to enjoy entertain- ment in the union. Those union entertainments, dubbed "nooners," bring tal- ent to campus to help break up the day for students and staff Most of the shows bring re- gional and national talent, and some feature students. Special Guests Spring Nooners Q , e M I A ,.,.i: rg Q 6 6 . . A' A um num' 'E ,z ' F Ill!! f x f wx mmm fl ' ia f e F X. ff "k' Q ini' MM., if if 'Q , Q 'WM-" Bill Haymes, The Shoppe QL!! i XXV S--gig 'I Q l Eff 1 '33 my XV Lfo'f""Wfii?t In addition to the talent that appeared in the Various nooners throughout the two semesters, a town hall meet- ing was held to give the SAC a chance to talk directly with the student body. Members of the council spoke, answered questions, ex- plained, and recruited while the audience shared their compliments and criticisms about the student activities council program. Nooners are entertainment, but sometimes theyre more. Guest S tars Dinner Theatre l,.4f1!,,gle f if 5x Q4 It " jig 'Q' life' -. Portra ying famous women char- acters such as Mother Mary Jones, Alice Baldwin, Amelia Ear- hart, Ellen Jack, Margaret Sang- er, and Zelda Sayre, Carree Sut- ton performed her one Woman show to a capacity dinner theatre audience in the student union. The beef stroganoff meal and the characterizations made for a classy evening out at the theatre. WMM ,ok V' Mt w 9 XX mb :I , . X 1 LN no . xx N. OS' 65 vo C . My . MXN " C999 'wit 1' X 00' xN56zb A 25 L94 ' 3-' X, . .t .. ox DX .. ww W ,fffzlffog-1:6 ,M .v'iK.,. "0 X K Q' W xx?-'35 QOVSFL' . wt ., V Q- W xf .' 'L . , Lf' QQQL. '. , ff . 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Toni Birrninghani University of Wisconsin, Green Bay " otyririg short ot superb . . highiy entertairfmgjf est Point Military Acatienng " A bam bumer. . .nev er have we had such enthusiasm trom our membership . .f' Ottiiniiuti Civic Center ' entertaining, and intormative 'cax axr artgements most reireshmg, ent.. .magnificent musr 'i Eiwood niner ev eniiigs Sun Francis ll Yve sp Pin ' co Emi ,ipecaal Guests Jack amels S11Ver Comet Band 'V' MHJ Mr Jack Danzels and h1s Or1g1na1 S11Ver Cornet Band recreated some mus1ca1 Amerzcana that no longer eX1sts dur1ng the1r Oct 22 performance of an authen t1c turn of the century band concert The group cons1sts of 14profess1ona1 mu SICIHUS who perform on ant1que or repl1 cas of an tzque mstruments evokmg memones of that t1me1ong ago when the pace of 11fe was slower and perhaps a 11tt1e sweeter The group whose concert was sponsored by the SAC performed 1n an atmosphere Wh1Ch has been descrzbed as Hometown Saturday n1ght1n the square, around the bandstand " The stage mag1ca11y transform ed IH to the town square of Lynchburgh VA Jn 1905, w1th the s1ghts and sounds and even the aromas of a summer mght Special Guests G11 Eagles I Being literally hypnotic, Gil Eagles en- tranced a student union audience with his ESP and hypnosis show. 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Cast members and their characters included Britt Crews as Elaine Wheeler, Red Killing as John Wheeler, Starlett Yarberry as Helga, Tim Rowland as Vanelli, Mark Covey as Curtis Appleby, Cin- dy Clark as Blanche Cooke, McNeill Aulabaugh as Lt. Walker, Sharon Chitwood as Dr. Tracey Lake and Bren Redifer as Sam Hoke. i 35, " KW 6" ,Mh- ff? ,Q Q5 A645 x Mg AIN A f . ., ,'-' inf". ' WW' ',Wff'i?'ff,f 11, '7 '," aV ffLd'ff"'Uf'IffZ-155 .fYZg?Ii7g', .11, "T" Our Stars Stop The World - I Want To Get Off Theatre enthusiasts experienced something different with the Dec. 11, 12 and 13 performances of 'Stop the World- I Want to Get Off' Written by Leslie Bricuse and Anthony Newley, the pro- duction Was presented by the WCC Departments of The- atre Arts and Music and was directed by David Young. This musical revolved around the center rings of an old circus and involved no elaborate sets, fancy props or com- plicated costumes Which left much of the Visual effects to the audiences imagination. But the talents of Dan LaForce as Little Chap and Diane Hawkins as EviefAnyafIlse!Ginnie were not imagined nor unappreciated. Also appearing were Cindy Clark as Susan, Debbie Allison as Jane and Christopher Graves as The Boy. The cast was completed Wi th a seven member chorus con- sisting of Ka th y Jones, Nancy Karran t, Julie K utait, Micki Plummer, Dianne Stolz, Mitzy Thompson and Starlett Yar- berry. J F .bl Our S tars Dracula 4 , x M ,, f M i .f M ,' X . 2' ffntwf-L w.,,,.trQi -M -ct 1,fM, A.,!.,?,V' D ,4'Wv7i, : ,-3 ' .Q r , m . 'f V W W.. ,V ,Q , 1:.ff'?14? if 'T if Q1 M QL'2"f H up gt f .fig im Mix il ,jx NK Our S ters Butterflies Are Free C The final production of the season was slated for April 24, 25 and 26' and featured the small-cast comedy 'Butterflies are Freei Under the direction of David Young, the play was the story ofa young, blind bach- elor, Don Baker, who moved in to his own apartment as a desperate attempt to es- cape his overprotective mother. He soon met Jill Tanner, a young and attractive actress who lived next door and the two quickly formed a strong friendship. The relationship soon ended due to the interferences of Don 's mother and Jill left him for another man, Ralph Austin, lea v- ing Don alone and heartbroken. Mark Covey, a 1980 Northside graduate and a freshman majoring in theatre arts, played the role of Don and Missy Pair, a Southside student, protrayed Jill. Valta Sexton entertained the audience as Mrs. Baker and another WCC student, Randall Statham, portrayed Ralph. 7, W V? P Q un.. Special Attractions A Valentine Homecoming There 's one sure Wa y to tell when the Westark basketball regular season play is about to conclude. Whether in the union, library or in class there 's bound to be a conversation in which the question arises, "Wonder who Will be chosen Homecoming Queen this year?" The 1981 homecoming court consisted of Kopp. pg. l to r. 2 Dana Hargrove, Kathy Sulcer, Queen Karen Quimby, Ka- ren McGee and Connis Sessions. The formal coronation took place during the intermission of the Feb. 14 women's and men 's games against Oklaho- ma City Southwest. -Q-ff I , M 0 I WM, qnlumnn 35 ii Westark Miss Westark 1981, Cheree Shankle qu, fu, , i vQ'., 00' 300' s I f 1 Q Na of 1' ,4 ii lg' .P rg , ,gm 6 Q 0 an Cheree Shankle, the 5 '7 ", 120 pound daughter of Tom and Ann Shankle of Poteau, OK was crowned Miss Westark for 1.981 from a field of 13 contes- rants. Leona Manuel was chosen Miss Congeniality and was awarded a 8100.00 scholar- ship. First runner-up was Kim Powell, Kathy Hop was second runner-up and Lin- da Brown was chosen third runner-up. Each of the runners-up 'were awarded a 3350, 8250, and S150 scholar- ship, respectively. Miss Westark 1980 Karen Bettis Miss America Susan Powell and Mis Lencola Sullivan posed wit tants for the 1981 Miss Contestants included Linda bie Lesley, Judy Hamilton gram, Cheree Shankle, Bee Kathy Hop, Lori Buxton, Williams, if l Opposite page: Miss Arkansas con tes Pelle Lencola san Powell took time to pose for a quick Am erica charmed and ectic their wonderful singing and Pa gent Master of Ceremonies was Sam Jones. E 'tf Speclal Attracmons ww-wmw'wev'5"N 5.3-.sm In ternfzissi on Lion Basketball, . ,'-it .1 ,, , , H ..,,A.l-g!,,'kZij,, . ,t :uf J.-.fm - lg" - xi 319:-s,-A4 ., ' ' ' 'X 51' NJCAA Na tional Champs Blustery Wea ther didn 't hamper West- ark basketball fans as they turned out for a pep rally in the fieldhouse to Wel- come home the NJCAA champion team with a pep rally. Besides carrying home the champion- ship title, Lions players Brian Kelley- brew and DeWayne Shepard were named to the All-Tournament team and head coach Gayle Kaundart was honored as coach of the year. Shepard, who averaged more than 20 points per game through the playoffs, was named the tourney's Most Valu- able Player. In the championship game, Westark romped to a 67-50 Win over Lincoln IIIIJ. Earlier in the series Anderson ISC! fell to the Lions and finished the tour- nament in third place. With their 54-53 Win over Chipola fF'laJ, Westark won games against the Nos. 2, 3 and 5 teams in the final rank- ings. Westark finished the year with a 33-5 record. Kaundart's career record as head coach ofthe Lions was upped to 201-45. 3 X9 'sf 3,- ff , 3, U ,dust ,e gf.-fx i. . ess. iigegigzfg-TF? si f..QAo:' .'s'e?5i 1. 9 , -ig I Q Sf. -un: 1+ glfflcisf X 5-,,, .56 I .u.',-ta 3 J I it---5 'tlfvi afar N , ,' up-........,...-me , , 5 ,FQ itil' . Nl - sa. s 1 4 u . 0 ' v . ,Q gn ' ri if S tri .-'lg ,F Bti G 15, "Y ai ,ni 'Coll 7 A I x -egngi' ni! Qs J 1 Lun- if . X, 1,' .s,',f" E, 6 Q' M :,1 An Award Winning Season -.Wwg K -q., 'Q' --Q. ,A E19 Q: E F na 1 A I 1 43 Ar Tech Q Gregory Claremore 5 B fww gf M? wk ,Jim N' ff Q ,M ,ggsnn azusrapf Qgsrng 551.42 a gg i! wfgfg '14 54 42, . fm' W Tammy 4 Z..,f QQESTUI diggnpm 'Egg' 2 B4 2 U 13, xusrm Q In termissi on Lady Lions The Lady Lions ended the 1980-81 season with a 7-19 overall record and a 2-12 record in the Bi-State conference. The dismal season wasn 't due to lack of tal- ent as players Cindy Williams and Judy Talkington consistantly hit in the double figure range. They also used their height to pull down offensive and defensive rebounds during the season. Pam Fenter and Sherri Meadors used their quickness and agility to move the ball down the court and around the corners. Bev Robison, Janet Wallace, Marla Biggs, Kym Hamlin, and Jo Delap added depth from the bench. With all this talent and more from Coach .Io Bottoms, and manager Kathy Chastain, the Lady Lions should have had a great season. But another Lady - Lady Luck - was against them, and the Lady Lions couldn't seem to get it together to defeat her. '? ff 1-df", V 1 i Q 5 in Jo Bottoms - Coach o is ? ix. gf!-2-f fs 443 o ei? - ' om'h mimi ...4 'jfQ..3.fafwH UQ Q' ? 2 K ix k"' L , CR Y 'W I 5 I 5 41 yn-vii' ,i,, wi 7 1 GA 1 ,X a i . Hman 'Ulla L 50 jk Lady Lions s cf' Front Row-l to r.' Tammy Lee, Beverly Robison, Judy Talkington, Cindy Williams, K ym Hamlin, Sherri Meadors, Jo Delap. Back Row-l to r: Kathy Chastain, Paula Jones, Janet Wallace, Teresa Prewett, Marla Biggs, Pam Fenter, Mickey Lewis Lady L1011S, l t 53 jgajland i o 1 t Olclagfity Soiifbwest 72 Mississippi Co 75 NEO s 66 Southern Baptist 67 65 St. Gregory 59, ,ASU - Beelie r 68 82042226 s 53 ++i2?2+ff Q Caflikifbeff 45 Garland CC 44 42 Seminole t 53 Phillips CC 63 54 Carl Albert CC 68 Claremore CC 76 57 Okla. City Southwest 4,9 AS U - Beebe 63 58 Bacone 69 t Phillips CG t o 50 48' NE07 56 Claremore CC' 81 54 St. Gregory 46 Seminole 54 r i ArkansasJR College Staten 2 t Tournament 62 ASU - Beebe 61 61 Mlssisszppi Co. 71+ Cheerleaders 1980-81 Cheerleaders: Patty Bryant, Dana Hargrove, Marsha Williams, Terri Sampson, Laura Wallace, Marti Edwards, Kathy Sulcer, Stacey Kell, and the addition of two male Cheer- leaders Jim Scott and Craig Hobson. Feljn es 1980-81 F'elines-First Row: Sharon Thrift, Sherri Rath- burn, Kelly Pellegrum, Kim Storey, Amy Easley, Judy Hamilton, De Rhonda Elmore. Second Row: LeeAnn Pendle- ton, Bernadette Stroh, Debbie Leslie, Kathy Howard, Melis- sa Kesner, Susan Webb, Alea- sha Stormes .1 A In term jssjon Lion Baseball, A Sub .500 Season Q RXXEEEEEEE ,,, X- MQ wg, 1 aa 1 V 5 ' ,Zi Q ,, 4,56 1 N fm, . -Y . K , . .X , 4 , I - W Q' ann- .' .. . ' 55 There Were Some Stars Dan Boever, infielder, was selected to the A11-Region II team, the All-Tournament team and the All-Conference Bi-State team. Boever hit .365, with 5 home runs, and 24 RBI 'S. David Rampey, sophmore outhelder, was selected to the All-Conference, and A1l-Re- gion team for 1981. The Tulsa native hit .339, including tournament play, with 25 stolen bases and 19 RBI 'S. Mike Gattis, catcher, was selected to the All-Conference team and the All-Region team. Gattis, a Fort Smith native, has been selected to those honors for two years in a row. Gattis hit .225, with 5 home runs and 17 RBI'S. v .whl . -- 57 Opponent College o Ozarks Eastern tate College of Ozarks Connors State Rochester CC Bacone 0 C S W Iowa Western Northark .ff My fm Us Longwew Kans C1ty Ind1an H1115 Iowa 313515 WCC 150256, 2 13 3 1918 1116 NEO ga ,MM 1 Eastern State 'ffarl Ai? QA' en gift-F87 5 l11 Cl ie arl Albert at 1 , Seminole J Northar A , 1 NEO gf Sem1 et' t s O C F1357 t 2 f 1 - 'Www Dru EEE '1 gym su 5' 10 1 21 .Aa . 9?1'T'E'-'E0"0 5-10 'B They xx X fig-7 shi? i it 13' lls O nl tl lr' V'rr C N9 'F A UUA If Qjpegwecord Z 'GQ' O3 'Xxx' ! Top Row - l to r: Coach Crowder, Randy Childress, Mike Delong, Da ve Fisher, John Montgomery, Mike Gattis, Bobby Adams, John Benberg, Chuck Pierce, Jim Biocic, Preston Williams, Steve Arendt, Mark Kauffman, Jon Green, Barron Rice, Scott James, Dan Boever, Coach Rick Ritschel. Bottom Row - l to r: Steve Meadors, Jeff Hicks, Bryan Thomalson, Lloyd Lutz, Mike Elmore, Brian Begnel, Kevin Patterson, Bob Hoder, David Rampey, Bruce Morgan, and Troy Nevills. .L 1 1 The Lion golf team had trouble getting their show on the road with a habit to finish third in a lot of tournaments. The team, consisting of Tom Garrison, Keith Osborne, Bernie Greenfield, Glenn O'Neal, and Jamie Mitchell, also lost for the third year in a row to the faculty team captained by Dr. Kraby lupper left photo opposite page! -. xv W Z 1 af if f X ggi., j . V Q31 On' 62 S.L.I. team members received a standing ova tion from flag foot- ball fans when they won the championship game in post-season playoffs. Members are Il to rl David Minchew, Bill Hollenbeck, Ricky Self Myron Heckman, David Blake, Mike Gattis and Mark Bulger. 'adv' Q 2 als "Wwe -'ai 'W il - ' 'Eff 4 Q 5 'L' ' ' Brig B 1 V K 'L,,gQX '54 ,k"lii,f1, sl " 1 M: w, "f B B W'l"fl l ,W .,',-EM M We ,, - ' ,,f""w i'f"1fffe1fvvf-1y if my B-f,,mw We M' M wifi, , ' -e e Www ,, f Af-:games W . af jf ,, Q.: 3215 if?-fs' N Nmf3,l,"l'jfQQ ff, ' , Q, a' Wilma f ' ww .M lk, ,A ,M nuff '- 'X ' ' J' Q- r .1 V 'gb Q-safe ,,,,,,JQ , ', 1: GM ff 4. ...Q I 12 termjssj on Intramural Flag Football W' yn, V . . f VZQ'w.g"' ,A YS, '15-' ,L , ,V f. -vw M W ,f-'Q .mfw ' ww 'ff ' "Zi ll,ll ,f VV L , nt l' U A WWM 1 M ? W -as . 3 A'll"-' V L' , , Cjsxgxiv .. Basketball In 3-on-3 intramural basketball the Spurs, with a 7-1 record, took the championship. Team members were: Mike Hinkle, Tom Brown, Harry Woods and Theodore Dotson In 5-on5 intram ural basketball the Hardballers were the champs with a perfect 5-0 re- cord. Runner-ups were the 76"erS with a 4-1 record. Members of the Hardballers were Jack McKnight, Mark Kauffman, Dan Boever, Dave Fisher, Bob Adams, Doug Sagely, and Chuck Pierce. . , ,k,, , ,.., W, , . ,:2,f,f,n,-.nm-.f.a.v - -- Juuuugqfy .,,, fffL',j.:agqMf U Mtn. Qi ipmifftw mv- tg M V N t l, ' . V ,V H ,mag 4 ' I I fi ' aa. .. ,N,w'u'::,. - V ' W sr 4 , - 'f'k 'x V c aizfw-wa,YagMQff:wA, 4: -zimw , a f" , 7, 4, V, , L ,A,, ,,,,,L ,Q!V f , K ,Q f x .,,v,ag3,Z3-,, , ai . g M3 .t The Empire, consisting of Shane Rhodes, Monica Warnock, Sheryl Rider, John Cook, and Keith Osborne, won the intramural mixed league bowling crown. The league, which brings students and faculty members together on Monday evenings, is the largest intramural activity on campus. It's a crowd pleaser, and when Mondays roll around, Westark is there. John Bailey and Michelle Moellers won the most improved awards. 66 'WWW ,K K 3 it M' WMM me I "m,,,,, W M 'magma D5 afiff-4 ltt M i Wh Bowling W, Qauww RS:-gl x v, Q, I Softball The Champs were the champs of intramural softball. Their 4-0 record ended the three year run of the Faculty. The Faculty, 3-1, had captured the crown three years in a row, and four times in the last five years. Members of the Winning team were: Ronnie Wennberg, Ernie Kremers, Larry Ballard, .Ion Wacker, Don Wilson, Lisa Bas- singer, Bob England, and Scott Bigott. GHSOITIS Political Activities Week -11 i- Wuuunlvf The scene for Political Activities week was set for Oct. 20-24. Local and state candidates took the stage to answer questions from the audience. Those in the spotlight were new Gov. Frank White and tclockwise l to rl Sen. Dale Bumpers, State Senate Winner Travis Miles and the college republican club. Opposite pg. tclockvvise l to rj were a Jimmy Carter imposter, Travis Miles and opponent Jerry Fleming, State Rep. contender Buddy Blair and Bill Clark who opposed Bumpers. ,HJ A-il J' Grad' .szwfv hum-.,, ,,,,,, W ll ' 7 w"Qf,f fl- f u. 7,5 k,1: ,I Q2 5 Lf W , f nt. , Ka Vgzd . 'iff A A W r ' , Q 441 ,V W, K' "35l.2I1w W' Mr' ZW . 1 , 4' ' A , gg, 6' v c.: ' A f ' 7 4: 'W ' ,. ,ah 2 Q F? Q. JIMMY. luv 2' ,wx 11 Q53 if m 5. 4 fl 'C FT' 5 i gnu -La K fl? 'Wi 4 fl, 302 W Q F .wk International Day A Trip Around The World On Wed. Feb. 25, Westark international students, under the direc- tion of counselor Jane Pryor, broke language and cultural barriers to present a colorful display representing 17 different countries. The upper level of the student union magically transformed into segmen ts of Argen tina, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Venezu- ela, Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Germany, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Leba- non, Kuwait, Qater, Jordan and the Orient. The time and energy spent on construction of the booths used to display arts and crafts, posters, brochures, books and novelties proved successful as many people were guided through the exhibit by students dressed in their native costumes. Student participation of the in terna tionalists as Well as the reception of the American students encouraged future projects. Seasons Halloween Costume Dance , J J' ,, xi fw- a ',,,,,,t,. i QP Anyone who thinks Halloween is for children has obviously never attended the annual Hal- loween disco. There one will find students who really get into the "spirit" of honoring witches, ghosts, goblins and the like. Dressed as everything from Martians to clowns, Siamese twins to convicts . . . and yes, even chil- dren, the students view the celebration as a wa y to let go of all inhibitions and just have fun. Winners in this year's contests included John Gary and Debbie Weil: in the dance contest and Carl Willis easily captured the gold for best cos- tume. -fi-Q..-ll w.w.,.-.. .,..W,..,,,,t,n 75 Seasons A Country Christmas ,R yew! AJ 1 .mmm X 5 With the weakening disco influ- ence a new style of dress, dance and music was introduced. Southern campuses became the setting for cowboy ha ts and boots and everyone was attempting the Cotton-eyed Joe and the BS Boo- gie. As first semester came to a close and the annual Christmas dance was planned the powerful sway to Country and Western couldn't be ignored. The solution: a country Chrismas complete with blue jeans, western shirts and foot-stomping music supplied by the Texas Tradition Dance Band. Described as "one of the hottest bands in the tri-state area ", Texas Tradition presented what the stu- dents had asked for many times . . . 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'Hin Ii I uk, , nl Ii H'-in I I I J MM 'lim m f 3 x .- M suns-" ' fhh. V W I Y I' Y . , -zrefggw i Hu - . ,: 1ffl Af' I li H, if A A H' 1 'fil .4aJl,af.lI4Jf.flf X T . 'll a.,A 1.i'f4l.nJ2llg,hh V .hum 1 'ri JM, E if C2 I X I TL. 5 WK fx? 1 . X First row: Monammad Abdalla, Virginia Abdalle, Bassam Abu- dubai, Jamal Abuelrub, Mohammad Abu-Ifdar, Laura Abuw Rabi. Second row: Jim Acord, Bobby Adams, Leann Adams, Jenise Akins, Cynthia Albritton, El-Masri Hassan Ali. All H. Al- Jafari, Buddy Allen. Third row: Pamela Allen, Ronnie Alien, Suleiman Al-Qour, Jamil R. Altliresi, Bill Altlancl. Mary Alt- stazt, Viczoryl-L Alvazado, George Alviar. Fourth row: Hedayat Amoudeh, Cherie Anderson, Edwin E. Anderson, Tina Andgef letti, Blaise Andreponr, Janet R. Angles, Jeanne Archie, Stew- art Arnold T11 'spas--16? 2 1 "'m"' . 1 , if ife A f'X 'WM' WIIN-M-q-,W 1 f First row, Alireza Azad, Stephen Bagley, John Bailey, Kevin Baker, Larry Ballard, Diane Banks, Gail Barker, Monroe Bark- er. Second row: Elmo G. Barnhill, Mort Bamhill, Rashed Bar- quivi, Wesley Barton, Jana Bascue, Lisa Basinger, Josephine Beachem, Leonard Beason. Third row: Mark Becker, Stephen Becker, Goeffrey Bell, David Bennett, Greg Bennett, David Bergstrum, Janet Berna, Elizabeth Berry. Fourth row: Luther Berryman, Marla Biggs, Sandy Biggs, Scott Bigott, Jim Biolic, Floyd Binkley aww., WIN' .JM 5 fav' ur"'T""' If 55,11 54, is Ia Nw 21 4 , nv 4' NN ' Y 4' wr vb x F if Af 55 Wm if ii: 1 T'1d-it W4 'WK II' sr Aka 1,4 Aw my , x ky 'S 4 .fl ' ' "nv .'. J 'R -4 , X 'A ' L' 'f N y nm N ' , ajax 5' :fu N ' i N aww., Af f5.X vw " fu' "" Q' .f ,,r"w-. Q 5 if N . WS N EW VW- H: ' 'M if-'xg zifw . H. W WH 'F' V , ,f . I . F , A 1 X 1 'W S' ' w had W. 'ig A' 1 Q If X W www f M ij, First Row: Mike Birchheld, Pathro Black, Rita Blackman, Max Blake, Adam Blalock, Darrell Blaylock. Second row: Billy Bo- hart, Gina Bolton, Londa Bonnerg Virginia Booker, Barry Boren, Gary Bowden, Eddie Bowen, Sheryl Bowlin. Third row: Cindy Boyd, Mohammad Bozougi, Daniel Bradley, BJ Branham, Amy Branshaw, Mike Brasuell, Terri Bratton. Fourth row: Vivian Breeden, Andrew Bridgewater, Doug Britton, Barbara Brooks, Billy D. Brown, Cletus Brown, Darrell W, Brown, Joni Rae Brown gif, ,I ,Z 5,135 new w, -001' 1 -uf 4 -, 4,,4,x , -ah 5 .,,, 5 ll .1323 5 4 l . M ,jx qgv i ll, First row: Linda Brown, Marion M. Brown, Martha Brown, Nan- cy Brown, Wesley Brown, Lynn Bryan, Second row: Herbert E Buchanan IL Terri Burditt, Dana Burgess, James Burgess, Whitney Burgess, Linda Burke, Deborah Lynne Burns, Max L, Burns IL Third row: Deana Burnett, Ei Taylor Burnett, Johanna Burrough, Lori Buxton, Brenda Byers, Dianna Caldwell, John- nie R, Calhoun, Mary Cantrell. Fourth row: Marlene Cardin, Dennis M Care y, Jamie Carlon, Tom Carlson, Brad Carson, Be- linda Carter, James E. Carter, Ronnie Cates N. W U ' Q Vi -. W 33 W 'C -A ' E -urwf' 0 my vc 4 N Y H A W ! 1 f f . , in , M is Q, ' WH 1' 1 f i ms x "w L . 'cv f s K' 'gwa1Csv,Iw R J Q f' I! ,, M' aw Q' ' gap' X J' 'ft Wg M 1 P ' f ' r- 1 ' 1 lhifhf' N First row: Janet Cavender, Anita Chadwick, Verna Chapman, Kathy Chastain, Velva Chastain, Ratha Chatman, Debra Cheek, Theresa Cheely. Second row: Darlene Cherry, Phyllis Cherry, Theresa Cherry, George Chester, Tim Chilcott, Randy Chil- dress, Jamshid Chitsazan, William Christjen. Third row: Laura Ciulla, Debbie Clark, Linda Clark, Susan Clark, Terry Clark, Bettye Clayton, Mike Clayton, Cathy Clein. Fourth row: Sue Clemmons, Letha Clift, Lori Cline, Tiherra Coats, Nancy Cobb, Judy Cochran. fn' vi Sv I' f if s HF if 5 ' 5 .M i 'WMV 4' 5... Q A 'nv X 3 I lt' JV' J X W iw Q. ,iv A g 4 , Q , ' if i ,E Em rl if fc? Ei Y' 9' Q 4 'gg' we W Wai?-gif 'ff . X gh I , 'law W X 1' cgi 511' Wm fb? A First row: Kim Coe, Pearlie Cole, Rob Collins, Roger Comstock, John Cook, Phyllis K. Cook. Second row: Denise Cope, James Copeland, Regina Copeland, Brenda Core, Debbie Core, Judy Cormack, Melody Corp, Raw! E. Corradd. Third row: Danny Cotta, Perry Cotzinghom, Dana Cox, Pamla Cox, Richard Craft, Mike Crawford, Calvin G. Crosslin, Donna Lavon Culpepper. Fourth row: James Cunningham, Helen Curl, Kathern Daffron, Chi Dang, Carole Daniel, Arliss A. Daniels. Kyle Daniels, Dina Dauphinais wavy' Y J, r' N-ff J if J 4 x ' 4 ' ii e 3 y 'iw ,ff T ,wx N1 n ' ,, First row: James Da vis, Lee Da vis, Pamela Da vis, Todd Davis, Cleman Decker, Barbara Deffenba ugh, Jo Delap, Shelia Den ton. Second row: John Didion, Debbie Diemert, Derek Dishner, Christene Dismuke, Phyco Do, Lee Dodson, Theodore Dodson, Vaughn Drumm. Third row: Terry Dugan, Dan Duncan, Kelly Keith Dunn, Lita Dunn, Deanna Dyer, Robert Eagles, Jafar Ebrahine, Ed Edwards. Fourth row: Marti Edwards, M Nabee El-adawi, Salem E1-Ayyoubi, Mark Elkins, James Elljfil Der- honda Elmore ,csv K ' WH? WQ-.....47w " lP" .,. YM M-.,. Wliw ,Z K f' A, i ,Af ' ax.. is , "' 2535: . 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Second row: Ron Eubanks, Leah Everhart, Jerry Ezell, Elizabeth Pain, Mazime Garajallah, Hal B. Farris, Jonni Fate, Earl Pears. Third row: Debbie Feath- erston, Pam Fenter, Rhodora Gielding, Katrina Figley, Cathie Ginnie, David Fisher, Patricia Fitzwater, Judy Floyd. Fourth row: Terri Flurry, Marianne Foley, Barbara Ford, Alan Fort- ney, David Fountain, Don Fowler, Tim Francis, Pam Franco "www" sr .gefir out Rav -25' 5,99-4 4-..,,,. A Q 'MT , 'U ' A W3 ws' ,v K Q. , 7' ' 1,4 nn- Xa? in .. H noi iw Xxx f ga' ' First row: John Frantz, Tim Franz, David Frazier, Judy Lynn Frazier, Twila Freeman, Clayton French, Alan Frey, Janet Frix. Second row: Nancy Frix, Tanya Froehlich, Sheita Tron- terhouse, Jackie Gaithe, Leon Gaithe, Harlan J. Gaim Sr., Livia Garcia, Lourdes Garcia, Third row: Doris Garrett, Ricky Gar- rett, Tom Garrison, Paul Gathrighr, Kim Gattis, Regina L. Gam vin, Nadmi Ge-heb, Barbara Geopfert. Fourth row: Billy Geop- fert, Anthony E. Gibbs, Jeff Gibbs, William .L Gibson, Mike Gilbert, Mary Jo Gilbreazh QC' tl 5,- fa. uh' www' 66? 1 Y -w----, ll' "4 "'-s. . s ' ,ff 1 X, 41 I .f- in-... M. K " K 1 N K , NN N it " X , I' Q 'B' ff ff ' 1 ' J 1 1 I lv 'X F in www., ,ff I V1 f , , ,I 1 I' , N P M .J w A X-, l WWllIWl ,i M xl W W 4 f ' - R aw - ' W is T mpg.-'1' First row: Steven Gilbreath, Linda Gilliam, Pamela Gipson, Floye Glenn, Steve Gordon, Linda Graham. Second row: Charles Granderson, Ginger Graves, Cindy Gra y, Becki Green, Lynda! Green, Snsi Green, David Greene, Barbara Greenfield. Third row: Bernie Greenfield, Frank Griffin, Theresia Griffith, John Hall, Lenn Hall, Linda Hall, Frankie Hamil ton, Judy Ham- ilton. Fourth row: Michael Hamilton, Molly Hamilton, Keith Hamlin, Kim Hamlin, Bobby Hamm, Renee Hamm, Fred Hanes, Becky Hardwicke f' LA S 5 - 17' -Zl- I N Yxs, :K A '. : NM W QA N ww! Y'! M W' 'et www! - ,W- 1 , , lf, f A ag'-sfhrfif I, 1b . W. - ,...f-1 l Jw, 'X'-I K . ,A.., v ' Ki , I My " K' , for ilgjgr MWWH 1' W My ' 'L Some Co-op Ed students, their employers, and major include: Kclockwisej Jeffrey Banks-Ange Tool 62 Engineering-Machine Shop, Marcy Paz- terson-Charles Gamer Law Offices-Secretarzel Science, Mark Schrader-Triangle Co.-Business, Sheryl Bowlin-Bruce-Rogers Co.-Secretarial Science, Renee Salter-Deans Carpet, Inc,-Ach counting, Kenneth Snider-Anderson-Martin Ma- chine Co.-Drafting. Earn As You Learn -M-4 Getting college credit While working is what Co- operative Education is. Co-op Ed Ells two functions for studen ts, it gives them a salary and it gives them training. Students who participate benefit in that their education becomes more meaningful, they de- velop maturity and increase motivation, they can clarify career goals, gain experience, and increase their job market appeal. Students can receive up to three hours of credit a semester for having a job in their major field of study. Co-op Ed, one of WCC's ways of bridging the gap between education and career. Itis quite a show, and it performs well for the community. 'ox 'iff' f Y "iv 'Ax ""'I! C1 I . i ,i -L First row: Dana Hargro ve, Tom Harkness, Walter Harman, Bar- bra Harris, Mike Harris, Tamara Harrison, Darlene Hart. Janice Hatheld, Second row: Gary Hawthorne, Fayhaa Harbour, Mon- salem Ha wa, Carl Ha wlcins, Glenda Haynes, Angela Head, Scott Hearn, Billy E. Heathcock. Third row: Lariviz Heidari, Angie Hendricks, Kelly Hendrix, Rod Henley, Cathy Henry, Mary Ann Herring, Joe Herrmann, Richard M Herron. Fourth row: Roy Hester, Jacqueline Hiatt, Billy B. Hicks, Greg Hicks, Jef- frey Hicks, Mike Hicks ,wfww WM' 'M .f-dy -Ii' E.. Ox 1 -'Q A W I N ,vw-Q W lbw.--. 2171 X ii! Wifi' 'Qu ,Q jpg ' m sg wc, N W l x4,,- 'vi A f , 4 4.72 'mf' ran .fwf- ff First row: Samir Hihi, Carolyn Hinckley, Micheal Hinkle, Tim Hobbs, Randall E. Hoblitzell, Craig Hobson. Second row: Bob Hoder, Laura Hodges, Leigh Hodges, Karen Holland, Kenny Holland, Bill Hollenbeck, Kenny Hollomon, Joe Homer. Third row: Charla Hooker, Carolyn Hoopwa, John Hop, Kathy Hop, Lora Horn, Candy Hornback, Wes Hornback, Dan Horning. Fourth row: Jason Howard, Kathy Howard, Roseann Hoyle, John Hubbard, Genn y Hudson, Jegg Hudson, Sebonia Hughley, Madeline Humphrey -sw.. If -1- '2 'uv-1 """ QM' -Q, First row: Majetza Hundiey, Judith Huse, Jackie Hutchinson, Mahmoud Hweidi, Kathryn H yatt, K erei Inklebarger, Eva Jack- son, Jackie James. Second row: Tom Jarmon. Joanne Jelton, Billy E. Jenkins, Lisa Jenkins, Lynne!! Hett, Mary Jett, Alan Johnson, Danny Johnston. Third row: Brenda Jones, Paula Jones, Terri Jones, Tina Jones, Patricia Karber, Suzanne Kams, Mary Anne Karranz, Montez Kay. Fourth row: Norma Sue K eane y, Jamie Keen, Reginia Keith, Theresa Kelaslcy, Bill Ken- nedy Sr., Melissa Kesner 'Emi ,E. ,,.- Av 17, yf., VY: "' Y f L., g 5 -fx ' f ' f , if-T. ,V t i Q! Q 1' i f? x Yi Ji - V, - 52.37 sg -.V . X 355: 1,2- ffsxfif ,-5 555 'Biff W i g WH ,A www' 'UMW' M my, N ww W M W J, 3 gp Q' P if: ef Q56 J' xtbsdg is? le'-'if " 0 49638 QQ 0 Q0 We Westark captures NJGAA championship 41 s 66' 'm4?WX6 W N' XQYQ Q55 Westark remains filth largest college in state Q39 Fall enrollment breaks recom 3"f52':""'e'gB""'l"""' RSRASX gm fivmxsxsww gs. NS QR: 000lpgfers Spay y . Spflflg Sf,-align AREA CRIME WAVE STRlKESgSEVEN RESIDENTS MURIJEREIJ fy 433, 4? o 6271: QQ' 004,306 426 CZ' 00 I, 33' lla!! My .9 ' ef' "'o WNW61' 'P' 0 fl!! ' as lfll,0hl1150h0, W r Mfx W' la Y' Q in. I if Pal- 'S-"' vH,,..s"'f-ww pv""'t First row: Joey Kleck, Barbara Klein, Mike Klingner, Sheila Knauls, Beki Knox, Raymond R. Koenig, Second row' Linda Komp, Marcie Koon, Anita Koonce, Ernie Kremers, Robert Kursh. Rhonda Kursh, Carol Kury, Linda Kuykendail. Third row: Ronny Ladner, Danny Laffoon, Robbie Lagier, Chuck Lamb, Robert Langston, Stu La ws, Danielte Ledat, Charles S. Lee. Fourth .ro W: Renee Lee, Tammy Leonard, Debbie Lesley, David A. Letourneau, Mary Lewis, Thoai Lien, Dwight Little, Tressa Lockwood MRF' fn lull' 'Q' s-qv mga-,,q'-,,,"f.2 mmf: s5!Q2X!!LeJ'l" -. 't' ...4 nl 1 il whom' fi il , 1 , mn' "V , ,J V 4 I L-, , Q H --',,.,5 4 ' Q Q 5 O . I ' -' 4 ,, 'f . Y I U fi ' O lg " Q Q ' , , 'W' Q 0 ' ll "' If ,gre W W Sh 3 . , M. 1 ' "' ' f Q 1 l . -- :Q Q ' ' .W 'lt W , Y",-in N ' nc L H N , Ml' , , 1 i S 4 l '.V , at ,w -i,:,i fr . all M' First row: Steve Lockridge, K ue Chau Loh, Mike Longley, Celia Looney, Freda Loris, Kim Allen Loughridge, William Love, Rhonda Lovell. Second row: Wayne Bryant Lowe, Marcia L yle, Claudia Maile, Cindy Mainer, Vahid Malavian, Leona Manuel, Lance Manus, Fernando Mardesick. Third row: Roger Marlin, MeLinda Martin, Nathan Martin, Joey Martine, Nouri Masla- hazi, Charlene Mason, Brian Matlock, Leslie Matlock. Fourth row: Nona Matting! y, David Maxey, Felix Ma y, Paula McAllis- ter, Mike McCoy, Janice McDaniels. Q X """"P' ,fnflf 4 i ' M , , 4 1 hm. 4 5 , fog V 'mn el f , , sr -sig Pl x 4 , J: f We . f by , M lm W Q W l ' Jw 5. 1, ll . . .' , on W xi .1 x M , 1, ' 5 sl Q K ns ' mr ' "' i 0' in L wx!! X ,KM 3 aww MV' V , 1, Q my , 1 Q :ll i 5 - A 'lu ' I .,.....-4' an 'MY' "Ci" , QM ful If '4 :hw J a Y ,M . wwf AWMHW . W-ai-!',:25gg-i f.f9Wa+51,Qj3z? Qfgmg' f-. 3-A Q 55 -ni " VJ . g 1""-'55' . .G NM., .mywigsf 1,-25,4 ' rr. 'W ' F- 'f N4 15.9 'Q' Ms' ff' 4, w , Q, Mwqw "lf"""""""H' V W D ' 1 ' ' .J we W jig W Sk mf' ng' is w - ,,...," ' Qu My M ' A ff fx? 3 iv M' l 4.1. A40 Q 4, F 2 5 H if J if E u X 5 '- Q ? my eq s 5 X-f ik ,,,. -aw "Y" M 1- ::' :W W 2 . ai fb- ,gf "2z65A:u!ff?! P:-13 ir 'wwf-'-iiwiie a 'UM nuff" First row: Debra McEntire, Randy McFadden, Karen McGee, Pam McGill, Brian Mckee, Anita McKinney. Second row: Tal- mage McLaurin, Sharon Meade, Sherri Meadors, Steve Mea- dors, Aaron Meird, Me-hrza Mehmandeosz, Joyce Meyer, Jeff Meyers, Third ro W: Donna Middleton, Marilyn Miesnezg Carole B. Miller, Channa Miller, Darrell Miller, Dorris Miller, Leslie Miller, Pam Miller. Fourth row: De vid Minchew, Da vid Mtchell, Joudeh Mohammed, Leana Maher, Leonard Mangold, Marco Ei Mummy, John Montgomery, Lil' Dave Moore. 'WN QI' ,. as me Q -M W M, f wif? , ww, ' , 'NY ,,..x Nw- , lr , .flow ZQEQQ-Lx 14,Ahg""f1'fA,.' 'ah N A ,, nav' J, . 35,01 I 1, , 51 5 y n , ' , wfnj 5 'Q I ' ' an First Row - I to r: Deanna Dyelz Sheryl Rider, Becky Whizledge, Julie French. Second Row -I to rt Logan Green, Alan Fortney, Da- vid Keeny, Dan Harrald, John Townsend First Row - I to r: Logan Green, Clayton French, Derick Dfshner, Da vid Keeny, Tim Sebastien, Andy Caperton, Alan Johnson 128 Vocal Ensem ble W New w.w-.zwfsew WMM M usjc Gui d Sign Langue e 54, 5,, 5513 5652! , 3 L we 5' if-3 N 5554 ,N .TER r' Q. First Row - l to r: Max Burns, Sharon Jones, Majezfta Hundley Second Row - I to r: Bonnie Pace, Diann Wennorg, Linda Clark First Row - l to rf Rhonda K ursh, Donna Talley, Lisa Richardson, Sheila Knauls Second Row - 1 to 1':D0n Talley, Cietus Brown, Tina Richardson, Pam McGill, Michael Hinkle, Janice Owens, Tammy Travis Third Row - 1 to FZ Sher- man Brown, Brian Kelley brew, Carl Willis. Not Pictured - Senobia Hughley, Pathro Black, Tommy Bishop, Tommy Springs, Tina Pez-ry 129 vga ,,...--as -....- lf'J,i will' 4' 6-If N e lo' do IN U '1 'N l S!'fi1f,:az. will First row: William T Moore, Lucretia Moreton, Michael More- ton, Bruce Morgan, Tanya Morgan, Barry Morris, George Morriw son. Second ro w: Iretta Morrison, Da vid Morton, Reza Mosavi, Betty Moses, M. Catherine Moss, Yahia Muhammed, Greg Mull- ings, James M urdock. Third row: Ta ufig Musa, Doris Dunham M yers, Eddie Nall y, Fa yez Nassam, .Frank Nassar, Deedra Nelms, Desiree Newhart, Jeff Noble. Fourth row: Bryan Nock, Kelly Nash, Linh The Nguyen, Nga Nguyen, Brian Nix, Timo- thy Nixon. 5 'X 1 M Q-M ,YN , W ,l L .4-A fu 0' 154' 9 ,4r,w W' :'f:,"",,fa' Q, F' n gl Y 1 15 , M WMV 1-3 X x N 1 ,K , sh ,xxx J? var H uv f uw rw ,Zigi .cw AVS 4 Mx L "fx ui H 'M ' ' ' "'ff I-'55 'Jin It is W wi 1 4 Sf'- ww W Wm I 'i d""b Q..- -AEN f .y 'Qs yr .M xl Wimn WTI?" K XY WNW I im if wvf? ,m my Wa' First row: Bob N unley, Sharon N unley, Glenn ONeal, Toshlmi- tus Onishi, Danny J. Osburne, D.K. "Butch" Ostlund. Second row: Blaine Owens, Rebecca Parker, Richard Parker, Tim Park- er, Laura K. Parsons, Barbara Pate, Mike Patterson, Tim Pat' ton. Third row: Akbou Pa ymoni, Jeff Pearson, Kelly Rae Pelle- grom, Chris Pendleton, Lee Ann Pendleton, Greg Pence, Shelly Pennington, Rita Pense. Fourth row: Jeff Penson, Tina Percy, Tina Perlingiere, Kathleen Peterson, Sherman Pettigrew, Eva- lena Phillzps, Chuck Pierce, Neal Pinson. W ii I if fn P MRM V' K , ,gl a, 5 - . 'Wir "WHY, W ll" sg ig-2' Y 4 sllti ,f r, o l wr 1, L Q1 ,G -Wx lb dw! 'U' UNH ,Agri :fm W4 ..,,,,.wl0' 'Nl' First row: Trolene Pitts, Karen Pixley, Tham Plan, Patti Ply- male, Mike Poor, Carla S. Poole, Carrie L. Pope, Joyce Posey, Second row: Parthina Posey, Vanessa Posey, Mohammad R. Bozorgi Pour, Gary Prada, Chanthala Prasaysith, Wendell Pres- son, Teresa Prewiett, Christine Price, Third row: Sandra Pruitt, Lisa Quick, Karen Quimby, Tim Rainwater, Tommy Randolph, Shawn Rapert, Sherri Rathbun, Sherry Ratterre. Fourth row: Perry Ray, Ron Ra y, Robert Redding, John D. Redfield, Debbie Reed, John E Reed. SSS-' w R1 00 f"',-T Y KSA ARB V if h""""W J W 'M A-Sy, 1 hw W 5-1--an i -J-fi .lx k. 441 , I S., R mf 1 We W Z, '- Q "ww N., . W f" . , X SI x,il' S.N.E.A Back Row - l to r: Dr. Gordon, Carrie Pope, Earline Anderson, Djann Wennberg, Walt Boyd, Troylene Perry, Sabrina Hague, Edith Gouger, Jackie James Front Row - 1 Lo r: Voncile Stro- bel, Marsha Williams, Cynthia Harrell, Sharon Sutton, Patricia Reed, Doris Peters, Deborah Humphrey, Kerri Wright First Row - l to r: Juanita Taylnr, Jacqueline Hiatt, Linda Franklin, Marti Panikar, Second Row - I to r: Darlene Cherry, Christine Lamb, Debra Robertson, BJ Col- lier, Bobby Fimple 136 Student Activities Council W First Row - l to rf Leigh Ann Pendleton, Steve Sparks, Kelly Pellegrom, Sherry Rathburn, Jim Roll, Margie Hamilton, Mike Longley, Trolene Pitts. Second Row - I to r : Amy Easley, Lana Taber, Sheri Stewart, Kathy Muiphy, Pauline Plummer, Ber- nadette Stroh, Blaise Andreport, Tim Parker, Truman Moore Third Row - l to r: David La- tourna, Christine Lamb, Keith Hamlin, Jody Magnani, Danny Laffoon, Michael Moreton, Tom- my Trooper, Fayhaa Hathout, Cindy Ashley, Valta Sexton, Sta- Student Pu bli ca tion Top to Bottom: David Minchew, Terri Samp- son, Jamie Carlon, Barry Boren, Michael McClurkin, Claudia Maile, Carole Daniel, Chuck Lamb, Trolene Pitts, Stephen Bagley, Lucy Willzlmas, Terri Scott, BeverlyMcAt'fee, Kim Storey, Steve Sparks, Diann Ney, Valta Sexton, Gwynda Shields, Becky Roland, Lee Da vis, Desiree Newhart, Flo Glenn and Tom Walton, director x tl' W ar X 'D ,p. W r , ff-Ts' 'M WWW xl ini Ciwffgt I aif Mm Z si! R First row: Gwen Reeder, Geneva Reese, Faramar Rejairfar, Marsha Reynolds, Shane Rhoades, Jerry L. Rice, Second Row: Natalie Rice, Tami Ricks, Leanne Ridenhour, Sheryl Rider, Lin- da Riggan, Kathi Roark, Beverly Robison, Debra Robertson. Third Row: Silas E. Rodrigues, Debbie Jo Rogers, Jim Roll, Anthony Root, Polly Rosson, Becky Rowland, Cynthia Ru- mage, Ka y R yan, Fourth Row: Ifssam, Salameh, Carol, R, Sali- nas, Enrique Salinas, E1ayyoubiRida Salim, Jerry Sallee, Renee Salter, Terri Sampson, Alice Schluterman. , xr, -n 'J-ft' -'-W' 'U I 3 5 as 11 -t""'v pw' 'hun- 'Ulu larvae -i""""b "- A'-wi First row: Milly Schulterman, Jimmy Schoeppey, Marion K. Schrelle, Lon Schultz, Darrell Scott, Jeffrey Scott, Jim Scott, Lisa Scott. Second row: Terri Scott, Cheryl Sears, Evelyn Sea' ton, Tim Sebastian, John Seelye, Cath y Seifert, Rick Sellj Nan- cy Selph. Third row: Connie Sessions, Valta Sexton, Terri Shackelforci, Perry Sharp, Ei-ve Dewayne Shepard, G wynda Ji Shields, Eilco Shirakawa, Alicia Shores.Fourth row: Katherine O. Simms, Roger Skinner, Sandra Slate, Donald Smith, Kathy Smith, Ronald Smith. chi' 1, 'Q ik- ,fsgf falkmjpx M wf4wmW - ,Wwmw m Wu swwpywj 'W M: ' FQ, , N 'Vaf'aT H W x gw W Q fi 5? Efwi 2 O f ie ,fa 24 ff WT 4: WM W My ww, 'M' M'A gf WR' 1 W' LW mmf! H W W' H cftiffik X .Q Q "gf Ln In A sing - ml!! I V I1 XR, , MI M M mmhT"MM 1'-4 Lai 'WW M.-...n...,,,m 4?-fig I Q! 11:37 .M . X ,,, W ARM' 7 1 ' if 'v 'W 133 'W lr P 'L 3-:C lk 4-SSB. -M UN. 'WM' fum xxxx N ""Ir-mmm. ,mmm dlU"n-bl 'wr 1-R--2 E 4- M r N 4 34 Q13 J' ho- ! r G g. . fb fm M , ., 'A w My 1 4 Lgvgma 'ba--1 'H-'Y --1? 1 t ,rv-W 'F N W, 'W' 3 'Y' A' B1 mi Q w , i K 57 i it i X' First row: Vernon Smith, Roberta Smither, Joann Sneed, Ste- phen B. Sparks, Carolyn Spencer, Ramona Spercer. Second row: Wanda Spicer, Barry Staggs, Kathy Standifer, Randal Statham, Diane Stec, Jan Stegemoller, Donna Stenhouse, Frank Steven- son. Third row: Donna Steward, Brenda Stewart, Linda Lee Stewart, Sherri Stewart, Terri Stewart, Deanna Stockam, Gal- len Stokes, Dianne Stolz. Fourth row: Edward Stone, Rick Storey, Aleasha Stormes, Lorri Stovall, Bernadette Stroh, James Wi Stubblefield, Mark Studley, Lisa Sugg. 54.3 If 'ti K tw 'W X ! , I M' up M 5 W W f 1 '- wma. if W W U ,,, ,, 1 K - fi-E N 1 f A M-M E, I xx i N' fi , I' V f , L' T t"' W H," J' , , N fr ,ww ww I X Yxwxxx X gl U X ' xx -f f M' Enlight' T or , -12 T .e N. M 4 E X1 , V YV ' ' f .V U M, ' X 1 A M w X t K f M at HM t. tt First row: Kathy Sulcer, Sandra Sulton, Carla Supon, Ann Sut- ter, Sharon Sutton, Connie Swafford, Mychale Swink, Lana Taber. Second row: Paula Tackett, Gary Tate, Josie Taylor, Juanita Taylor, London Taylor, Wayne Taylor, Holly Teague, Paula Teague. Third row: James Teddlen Anita Themes, Karen Thomas, Mark Thomas, Fritz Thompson, Mike Thompson, Ste- phen Thompson, Steven Thompson. Fourth row: Mary Thread- gill, Sharon Thrift, Mary Townley, Janet Townsend, Tammi Tra vis, Greg Trotter. -J , o nv 7' ,.,.. I t 1 1 'Ml an ,L ,f Ap 4 , N W 'HM u gy? 'Tix V.. ' ua Q K , 'V- ng I WJ if ?s X 1-.4 WMI! mhmfimm M'-w""' fsf, 4 . ...,.L.J2'5 .. v 11 Q 7 x W 1 W' 5 lkfi. First row: Clare Lynn Tucker, Alvaro Tunno, Kari Turnbo, Charles W Turner, Bobby R. Underwood, Pam Underwood, Stephen Valenti, Ginger Van Cleave. Second row: Gregory E. Vann, Pamela Van Riper, John Va ughn, Mark Andrew Willines, Martha Vincent, Kieth Voeller, Marcia Walker, Mike Walker, Third row: Janet Wallace, Lora Wallace, Brenda Ward, Rice B. Ware, Monica Warmock, Traci Warrick, Clara D. Washam, Tammy Watkins. Fourth row: WCC Mascot, Paula Webb, Susan Webb, Rosa Marie Webster, Eric Weidman, Shawn Weidman. u lll . 'l W1-'W' f'v,' "-- lj: i mia ' 5. 'il an ia......i-149' 'x 'J 5, C 'M W f K 1' 1 f p ,, 'g 3 u Q. Q 3 H, ,..- it u. ima -3' Ysuf i ,S , .,., o First rom Diana Wennberg, Ronnie Wennberg, Sheila West, David Wewers, Michael White, Terri White. Second row: Yo- landa White, Becky Whitledge, Kim Whitson, Pam Whitson, Teresa Whitson, Margaret Whittington, Larry Wicks, Jimmie Lee Wilboun. Third row: Laurie Wiley, Susan Wilhelm, Cheryl Williams, Cindy Williams, Gwendolyn Vwlliams, Lucy Wil- liams, Preston Vwlliams, Scott Williams, Fourth row: Tommy Williams, Mary Vwlliamson, Joyce Williamson, Carl Willis, Anita Wills, Author Wilson, Cindy Wilson, Don Wilson. 'MFG' 3 W-Smit 3 F My rl ' 2 ""'h.. E15 fa, .. is ,av Z. , ZJJMR5 Q 6 ' p'13,'1,w w vWW'l " f ' as WF'-rf mf vim V -if ' lv 'L .Qi 1' ' :iffl-ff v ' ' ' -:S si'Ff4MlW9:i1:f f ww, .HW , , .XM .W fm. W, x :xg J- 'FM 363. ,-fggfagif "That's all folks!" Y"""? get V'-K mf, , W VX I 'lf aw -. First row' Robert D. Wilson, Wilma Wilson, Patsy Wilcox, Debbie Winstead, Ross Win- ton, Second row: Heidi N. Woodall, Kathy Woodard, Harry Woods, La ura Worden. Third row: Brenda Worley, April Wright, Dale Young, Don Young, Fourth row: Steve Young, Bassam Yousef, Billy Yowell, Ebrahim Zakiza' deh. . 1 ,Z-N Xxx ' ' q X x V IN . M - V Q., n ' , nr W m , NXNY-,,,.,...-A 1 .JV fx N . wg" "u XX -...g 4, "H IX-Q, "'i-f-- ' Vai" 5 XX W H """' W' g Qi' l In f l ' """"" ff' ,IEJJ pu lv pq wwf ,1 15 'Q kg ,X ui 1, f"n1 n ' 4- V 1 . , n ,, ' M wmv ul .- Q 1 Y I ' w Q 4 ' g N 1 X 4 fi u E1 51 f w S W 1 A ,. X:V,Ah , I Q A 1, 1 Sf' 1 I ' W , 1' i :JA L ' L , f 1 , . . 3 ,, .:, V X 3 h X X 3 gf " Y ' a 1 N fy E ' f" V Q , 1 I 1 w f kg W X A ! 1 If Q i 2 f in li 5 f V I 6 i 1 ., g 5 V f W I g fx 1 E i x ' f 5 i, 1 X Q X i ' 4 , 4 1 5 A ' E ' ' E 5 Q I ii Y, 'G N TLV Lf if W f it ' , 4 1 , ww I if l 5+ if 2 Aff I 1 5, , 2 0 il ., . F 'gi 9 l 5 g + A T i f 1 1 w l 1 5 2 1 if Ei f ji X A 1 S" w 5 W 5 - ' L , lf v I Sf . ' sk 4 5 Q U ff - 51 I Q I V1 ' 3 s ' XL X Q is , 1 K 1 T ' 4 - 'ft ,iff fi' I. jf' . y -X XX SXNN l' X 'Ill i 71 m f ,i'gX , ,,,, 1 1 bf 11 1 X 1 .... , .. ' ,' I 1 Q ' 1 NWS.. ' ,111 If 1 Q , lll1VlIl1.l 11111 111111111111111111f"'V""'g JH 11 gf tl 1 I hi 1 I g 2' as M, 14- ,Q 1 1 , y b bl-um, W 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 11 lfj 1 1 1 4 - 1 1 1 11 1 1 Yi V 1 . 1 1 A A1 1 Q 1 1' I 1 H N P 1 1 1 1 12 ' 11 , .......-Y X QQAO x55 'VWQQKS 1 5 ' 1 ' I .. A 1 13 1 1' . 1 Q 41 W 5 1 1 1 N14 V 1 ZS 1 1 5 1 7 11 1 JW 1 1 51 111 1 1 1 1 I 11 I1 Q 8 4 ,1X11f1, Ufffxml Board Of Trustees Bill Thompson 2 , 2? Q 5 Edward ISandyj Sanders 2 7,2322 ' V 4 film Dr. Wayne Lanier Vice-Chairman esrsrrs a Dr. James Burgess ancy Llewellyn - Chairman Conaly Bedell - Secretary X 5 Eugene Ra ple y Shanon Bridges AE!-FP Sam Sjcard - Treasurer Dr. James M Krabyj P14931 den t lv' Admjnistra tion h I X W Q N-gg. gs ws XX i .-f ,K 1. af If ,...... -Qu:-'ar' . i' 6 M1-w f . 1. Ask! Us .nur Dr. Gordon Wa tts, Dir. Of Staff Development Dr. James Shane, Dean Of Instruction my Harold Hiie, Asst. Dean Of Instruction AM. Assistant To The President Richard Hudson Dean Of Business Affairs Joel Stubbieheid Dean Of Students Dr. Jack Cutler .,'. ,ff Director Of Community Service Sandi Sanders Afiirma tive Action Coordinator Kathleen Lease f , . . -Q Director Of Co-Op Ed. Sandy Anderson Admissions And Records Holly Schulterman-Registrafs Assistant, Mary Edmisten-Registrars Assistant, Dennis Cash-Director, Bonita Wi1liams-C1erkfTy- pist. E i," 'ff Financial Aid And Placement Vicki Gra ves-Advisor, Pam Kinslo w-Accoun- tant, Nancy Jones-Placement secretary, Gabe Peters-Director. Business Uffice x Counselors Snap ffl David Newton-Accounting Su- pervisor, Kathy La Wrence-Ac- countingAssistant, Machelle Ste- ward-Cashier, Genelle Yates- Business Manager, Tammy Tal- ly-Accounting Assistant, Coletta Furner-Accounting Assistant, Pam Stallings-Payroll Clerk. Dr. Sue Kincannon, Rick Ritschel, Dr. Lee Mynatt, Dr. George Woodley, Jane Pryor, Dr. Ron Formby, Cheryl Peters. 161 D1rect0I' Of Student ACt1V1t1GS AUd1O Visual LRC Bl 11 Sa if Sl if Qi il sq ll ln, nu XV Campus Nurse Ellene Rebsamen Purchasing Gary Perry-Purchasing Agent, Betty King-secretary i .mi-fm 1- Director Of Public Informa tion Sondra Waldrop-Director of Public In- formation, Randi Chesbro-secretary m.lwn.,.N M. . ccccicc i . , NNNW Pam Four-Programmer, Eliza- beth Balls-Data Input, There- sa Ha Wkins-Data Input, Diana Palmer-Computer Operator, Don Coget-Computer Opera- tor, Ray Sparks-Director Da ta Processing .MA fbi, Q ff", ,,,f"45" Q X 2' rw. , K- ,.,, Mx-,A-,,,,1gf' N Campus Shop Leo Rice-Manager, Bess McWil- liams-Cashier Chris Corbin Athletic Director W if ' 't vb ,. X , "" G' f 5 " W1w,y,,,:w:f V K V , , f X if WM ngwtlxt Q W' wa-U M1 , ,,,, N AA, 1,,,, , tm, L , Wd ' ' MW , ff ' ww My QQQNNN x, MN-1-......+eN. Duplicating Operator Betty Nixon Maxine Reeves Cafeteria London Taylor, Jeannettee Ledford, Willie Words, Lanelle Stiles, Gene Stiles, Toni Stiles. mud Administrative Secretaries Administrative secretaries include: Connor Turner-to Dean of Stu- dents. Ruth Ann Nelson-to Assistant Dean of Instruction and Di- rector of Staff Development, Bettye Cla yton-to Dean of Instruc- tion, Randi Chesbro- to Director of Public Information and Assis- tant to the President, Joe Bearden-Dean of Business Affairs and Afhrmative Action Coordinator, Eva Pryor-to the President. fig. H'1,5"' li 'EF' 2 L I if .ffl 'NMA iff B Xa-S ' fa' 'w ,ff 5. , Maintenance EM R' Q V 'fm 7 JH A. 2 ra. WH , B B W Kupper leftl Tom Tallent, Don Ford, Tom Springs, Art Dickerson, Geneva Reese, Jessie Watson, Dortha Townley. fUpper1 Curtis Stevens, Rubert Brown, Jack Canad y, Craig Handiboe, Jerry Stringer, Donna Studley, Mike Daniels, Robert Rogers. fLowerleft1 Cecil Newhart, Lonnie Cole, Leonard Thorton, Billy Ed- wards, Joyce Wyatt, Lori Scarmardo, Betty Harris. Accounting Business Administration General Business Business Education Da ta Processing Economics Secretarial Science Transportation Busin ess , s z , ? Z E Members of the division faculty are: Claude Yancey-Accounting, Frances Bedell-Economics, Ron Richard-Accounting, Nolan Lickey-Chairman, Vir- ginia Bachman-Business, Kathryn Taylor-Typing Lab Assistant, Doris Van Horn-Secretarial Science, Gary Smith-Business, John Collins-Data Process- ing, Bill Lacewell-Business, Ray Sparks-Data Processing, Sharon Winn- Business, Paul Leggett-Business, Debbie Maddox-Secretary. U l an 2 wu- "The Division of Busin ess consists of a dual role, " sta ted its chairman, Nolan Licke y. "One role is to see that students graduating will be able to transfer into a four year college and another role is to be able to help studen ts who only need two years of schooling to their degree, to get a job and make a living after they leave here, " he continued. The division is growing considerably but hasn't exper- ienced an y earthshattering changes. Size, as far as programs offered and students enrolled are concerned, has doubled over the past few years. Two new programs were offered this year. One, Banking and Finance, is an employment type course in which students are employed while attending the class. The other is called Associate of Applied Science and re- quires only two years of study to obtain a degree in Busi- ness Administration. 'n -.Q ,an M! A' 1 x E My Q P X vt,-vi . . , A 4 51 mv kim 25353 -Z femur!" ii De vel o pm en tal it d uoa tion Career Development English As A Second Language Math Reading Skills Lab Writing U 535 ,L ,,iN fl? 'MW' N -1: .zu Q., AM E' 4 gtl. M x Members of the division faculty are: Mike Cooper- Writing, Martha Efurd-Reading, Nina Abernathy-Skills Lab Coordinator, Phyllis Wilson-Secretary, Margaret Newell-Reading, Terri Smith-Math, Harold Cameron-Math, Curtis I Very-Chairman. 4 Helping To Make Better Students "To provide a system of peer tutoring which will facilitate students achievement of objectives avail- able in an open laboratory setting as well as in the classroom with materials to aid the student in learning in his own way at his own rate, is the purpose of the Developmental Education division, " according to its chairman, Curtis I very. Most students, if given enough time, can master what is taught to them. Perhaps over 9095 can learn mastery if instruction is individualized taking into condideration each students individual interests, needs, and capacities in a systematic approach to instruction based on behavioral objectives. 2 W ii, X ASS LN SKLLLS CLOSED mo-V li' f SKILLS LAB , ,z, . Y, I U '- ' 4. , ,.. 1 e ' w' AlNV EMTT IJUV OR7' INV Members of Lhe division faculty are: lsear- ed! Mary Hammack-LPN, Jo Nell Bur- gess-ADN, Carolyn Branch-Chairman, Gale Hightower-Media Coordinator. lstandingl Calline Dipboye-ADN, Lyman Long-EMT, Kim Berkar-ADN, Monica Snyder-ADN, Suzanne McGraw-ADN, Debby Sweatt-ADN, June Lewis-ADN, Betl y Bolin-LPN, Darla Porter-LPN, Ruth Burns-Secretary, Elizabeth Fain-Secre- ISI' W7 K zf-35.5 ' , x ' --SQ -famfilvi. J ' vi--f. yr 1' Health OCC upa tj ' .Q,', ' " ' . 11.1 ,ee.,y i.a3SQ.QQm!3QQaQwm2 ayer ieaa 3 Mgr 3MSge,6g aaaiyzaa Q F 'E 15 X F PR ix X ? X fu N a .1 .1,,..:,,i.f.,+:g,11 177 t ig Aff, ., , 5, f V ti is "2 MMI! 1 "We continue to maintain and upgrade our four pro- grams of study while emphasizing faculty development in the process," stated division chairman Carolyn Branch about this past year. "We were reassessed last year and have a very strong program, " she continued. "I like to think it's because we place such a high priority on the need for our services and the need for our faculty to stay as up-to-date as possible, " she said. One of the highlights of the year was a 10-year anniver- sary party for .former graduates held in May. 'Nw 4: hw' M Teaching Others To Help - li ff' l ES? X 1 180 Humanities Art Th ea tre English German Spanish French Journalism Music Speech ,Q 0 A..-,,,,.4auv---V Ami? K w ,...... ,J ww-if"'Qg.. 5 E 5 I ,R Front row: Don Lee-Art, Da- vid Young-DramafSpeech, John Preas-Speech, Tom Wal- ton-Journalism!Speech, Joy Lowe-Division Chairman Middle row: Gwen Brother- ton-Secretary, Kathleen Ca- meron-English, Nancy Dover- English, Barbara Bartlett- English, Betsy Altman-E'ng- lish, Don Tannehill-English Back row: Walter Minniear- Music, Henry Rinne-Music, Logan Green-Music, Kathleen Keck-Music, Sister Carmen Beshoner-French A New Division Chairman "To bring to each student an exposure of the great works of art, music and literature so that he may deepen his sense of appreciation for the cultural challenges in this life, " is one of the goals of the Division of Humanities according to Joy Lowe, its division chairman. In addition to its traditional programs in art, Eng- lish, foreign language, journalism, theatre, music and speech, the Humanities Division sponsors and brings many programs to the campus for cultural enjoyment. The Breedlove Gallery has become the focal point for the visual arts in Western Arkansas through its acquisition of collections of paintings, sculptures and exhibits exemplary of both historical and con- temporary work and exhibits in conjunction with workshops conducted by visiting artists and stu- dents. ' According to Lowe, one of the pressing needs of the division is to develop a strong recruitment pro- gram to attract more majors by better publicizing its successes and by initiating a fine arts basic course for the purpose of giving a more balanced curriculum to present as a requirement for both the associate and certificate programs. Some of the projects of the Humanities Division include initiating team-taught courses among the various departments and among the various divi- sions and developing two-year university parallel curriculums in each of its departments with classes available every semester. XL! 3 my I W' S f -911: 1 I 1. ' 'jhvs W . 5 ' h- ' wwf-fri ? -'vw ,f,,,,,,ffx 'h 'h' .--' x5 2 if 722 X nf., 'x g if - , 1l sf I IE SHTURHDH Y mr zvnvg P057 qqxef Pk. Q 5 09 X atural Science Biology Chemistry Engineering M a th ema tics Physical Science Physics Members of the division faculty are: David Meeks-Biology, Dr. Michael Hightower- Chairman, Jim Houston-Biology, Tom Bu- chanan-Biology, Bill Holder-Math, John Deaton-Chemistry, Larry Weigand-Math, Doyle Coe-Math. Dr. Carole Horn-Biology, Katy Brake-seo retary, Kristy Cobb-Lab technician, Charles Irish-Physics, Tom Clark-Chemis- try. An "Apple" A Day "Offering courses for majors is the main purpose of this Division, " sta ted its chairman Dr. Michael Hight- ower. "Most of our majors transfer to a four-year college. Our goals are threefold and they include offering ma- jors, plus courses for technology and nursing studen ts Who are in two year programs, " continued Hight- ower. u 1 3 X 4 in ta- .Q N 5 ,. . .i Y E F .tw 'wr if ,AQ 4' ... ,Snd.fff id ypy 'a "Six Mm. 5 F l" t .,,,,.., i A,, W A, t W .V I 'A Av'R 1 3 . 1 ' ' ' I f Q: F Fa N M575 H 'a egg 'a at x fi 9 r - at ' 't r l t ff fa t 4 v 4 ' '2'Qyi j 4' 'ff' An addition to the division is the microcomputer, "Ap- ple". Hightower said the money for it was donated by the Westark Foundation. Students can run normal laboratory physics programs through this 82700 machine. A student may also obtain data from the machine or it can ask questions of them. i -ff ,W Z Xia ocial And Beha viorial "This division offers traditional social science courses but it also offers programs in human services, educa- tion, law enforcement, physical education and the services of the child development center on campus, " stated Dan Butler, Division Chairman. "The children 's center runs quite smoothly Wi th what little funding it receives and it has proven to be a very successful program, " he replied. "Many of the courses We provide are requirements for a general education, but the wide range of subjects offered in this division accounts for the large enroll- ment in this area and most of our instructors teach more than 200 students per semester. " MR., Sci en ces 2 as-s.A'!i ai fa-- , .. an an . ..,g....1, MM'-, Ed uca tion Geography History Human Services Q xiii JB' .PI if E , 5, ,, Li-:gg Q ' ff ,iw v La W Enforcement Philosophy Political Science Psychology Sociology Members of the division faculty are: Dr. Pat Porter-Soci- ology, student Worker, student worker, Maurice Thomp- son-Law Enforcemen t, Georger McAliser-History, Donna NN My - Studley-secretary, student Worker, Cindy Clark-secre- tary, Ed Levy-Political Science, Dorothy Rappeport-Edu- cation, Dr. Dan Butler-Chairman, Lonnie Watts-Human Services, Remy Lewis-Child Development Center, Linda Gibbons-Psychology, Jim Wyatt-P.E., Dr. Delece Gordon- Education, Harold Callahan-P.E., Bill Crowder-P.Ei 189 in Child Development Center ,an-..--'K 1-AN. 5 1 if, :,eb . i xx '01 ,x ' QR' x 1 ' 4 x 4 S-'7' 190 'Q 4, mfr i l f f AA ,nm,, , A xi, ' . ,,,, .. gy se, if A. if , ,,,,,,,W,,,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,.L,,,,,.L. 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V' ,, ' .jd 2,Vi1,2, , I , '-kf ,. , - it 2 V V , VV VVV. 4 ,,,, WV ' ,,.,, 2,.:a22:,, ,,:V " " ,.VV- , ' -V ' V 9gw'Vi,2' W ,,afg V V T , V 'i""21is2weQ22"' i 4 " ,ef ,21,.lfl,V'1f,, Q ' '-2 "-" f -I 5,2 V V ,V V V,,,V 222- TWV yflw,-film' " i is V 5 V i 'V ' i "1 2 2 2 Q , A , , , . ,gm V , rt, ,, 1 ' " , ,M , M, . ,V If it T' f K A , , "' W V' "LL"" V ,, ,,,,,, ,..,,V,. 252252223222 22 at X K K S kk it , xr 'As M VVVV V VVVV V.V2 , i s ,, 2 , W' The Child Development Center located on the south end of campus-in the Technical Complex opened eight years ago with the convenience of WCC studen ts and ' the Welfare of their children in mind. What began as a night ser- vice has grown in to a Well- defined program of in- struction and activities. Remy Lewis, the center's director, sta ted that the biggest misconception of the CDC is that most peo- ple think of it as a "baby- sitting service. " They don 't think of i t as an educational program, But the children are en- rolled as students and they follow a strict educational schedule. The only requirements for enrollment are the child be between the ages of 6' months and 5 V2 years and one of his parents must be a Westark student. Paren ts play a large role in the success of the program and are encouraged to at- tend all meetings and con- ferences as Well as to ob- serve the activities which take place on a daily basis. Techn olo y Members of the division faculty are: Dan Page-Electronics, Bobby Lee Jones, Jr.-Weld- ing, Jerry Center-Machine Shop, Fred Hop-Building Trades, Ken Butler-A uto Mechan- ics, John Sam uels-Electronics, Tanya Morgan-Secretary, Lee Cummings-Drafting, Doug Statham-Machine Shop, Stan Cagle-Electronics, Roy Koenig-Auto Mechanics, Mary Copeland-Drafting, Bill Fitzgerald-Auto Mechanics, Don Goodwin-Chairman. Electronic Maint. Machine Shop f Drafting .-- , 'ng W ... -ui .. ,ni A ,H ,iii ww ,g-U-' Gen eral Electronics 4 Furniture Welding ,, N --in "iw ' V H I -1 cw. ,- V ' , , ' V we 192 fall' Auto Mechanics Building Trades Industrial Electronics Industrial Plant Maintenance 4 "The intent of the Technology Division is to provide the individual with necessary knowledge and skills to perform technologi- cal functions to prepare them for the work- ing world. Each degree or certificate is identified by its particular major, unlike the typical Associ- ate of Arts degree, " stated division chair- man Don Goodwin. With an 855 job placement record, Goodwin assumes "that what we're doing is right for the student and the employer. " An interesting characteristic of occupation- al type programs is that they are constantly undergoing changes to accommodate the changes in the business. Despite these constant changes Goodwin relates, "When a student leaves here he will continue to be trained by his employer to maintain pace with that industries' changes." -wi 85 Z Job Placement N V' yi Mm, ,x.,,,,,,..i:a JL MB omm uni ty Service ll. - nw., 1 I' f-QF 54.'u J , 's X p ' lv its me xg 1: ...Sn 'XE Y K t To extend lifelong learning possibilities is the purpose of this division. No one is too young or too old to continue their education and community needs are supplied at an economical price and at an accessible time. Director Sandi Sanders said, "We were afraid that with the economic crunch enrollment would be Way down, but We were not affected. " my Y, K .. . L v X - mn, .. js . ef 1 l, , I, - 1 f .1 . ..., , . -, I ., ,. Li t ---- --S A Cast Of Thousands 9 New classes include Kayaking, Brick Laying, Menswear Tai- loring, Pattern Alteration, Upholstery, High-Protein Meatless Cooking, Log Homes and Percussion. Community Service offers many self-help classes and ad- ded new ones including Instru- ment Pilot Ground School, Women in Non-traditional Jobs, Raising Readers, Child- hood Sickness and Injuries, In- dependent Living for the Handicapped, Consumer Rights and a Cancer Update class. v-L R5 'A E, ' k 'E fm "-: 'Q . . . , .1,, . Y- W , ' Q EH ,.,, xi KA j ig ' Q 'L ax H 2 QE- ,X Q? f , K, uf figs if -x da ' S- X N--, I Mama is A L ze 'MQINEPYE '1 ' QW. Q' 11. 3 xy, 11155 'Y A NWN 11? Mk 71. Q 2 "'11s"Q. f'f5ff.E-Ff5'iSia . 1. rv-j.'v'x15f' Y 9-x . ' Community Service has some- thing for just about everyone. In the past this unique addition to the WCC campus has offered classes ranging from Wedding preparation to horsemanship and from bass Hshing to skin care and makeup. Children are also offered many opportunities to broaden their interests through classes in- cluding arts and crafts, cooking and gymnastics. Last year over 10,000 students enrolled for at least one session of classes and many became fa- miliar faces around the gymna- sium area. Community Services is a self- supportive organization receiv- ing no state funding as the oth- er areas of the college do. Director Sandi Sanders com- mented that, "C ommunity Ser- vice and Continuing Education is an attempt of the college to provide a comprehensive edu- cation for everyone in the area. Not everyone wants a credit class and We Want to offer Whatever will meet the needs of the people of our communi- ty " 'lllnssnnmnqpgg wfffn, l E' , ' ., I ll w V .4 I ' 1 if-"fk!i-'w,+ - L ,fglivf . If fi i .uf- , ' 4 , EW' 5 f M. , Sy Eh, in .. L" I Y hr ' nn ,ff I u 'P. ,fr sv" W fxyngm 3 :m ig-,,,N ' Jdfll.. , 1 g In MW,,,,..,.-. K I V . , f Q - we-3 x Q E ' is "-.- v -L.- A ' Va., ffm-. I ,,,, " A L f 1- . 5' bmf h K - .. Q 1 i' . at .. 3 '- 7 5 i nd , .X m ii. k QQ -Z. ,v. 2, g f U m . --V ,..... . ff Bro wn, -A- Abdalla, Mohammad 91 Abdalla, Virginia 91 Abernathy, Nina 173 Abudubai, Bassam 91 Abuelrub, Jamal 91 Abu-Hidar, Mahommad 91 Abu-Rabi, Lawa 91 Acordo, .Jim .71 Adams, Bobby 91 Adams, Leann 91 Administrative Secretaries 166 Admissions 62 Records 160 Akins, Jenise 91 Albriton, Cynthia 91 Allen, Buddy 91 Ali, El-Masri Hasson 91 Al-Japri, Ali H. 91 Allen, Pamela 91 Allen, Lonnie 91 Allison, Debbie 29 Allison, Sara 31 Al-Quor, Suleiman 91 Altman, Barbara 181 Altman, Betsy 181 Althresi, Jamie 91 Altland, Bill 91 Altstatt, Mary 91 Alvazado, Victor H. 91 Alviar, George 91 Amoudeh, Hedayat 91 Anderson, Cherie 91 Anderson, Earline 136 Anderson, Edwin 91 Anderson Sandy 159 Andgelvtf 'Tina 91 Andrepc. Blaise 137 Angles, Janet R. 91 Appleby, Curtis 27 Archie, Jeanne 91 Arnold, Stewart 91 Athletic Director 164 Audio-Visual 162 Aulabaugh, McNiell 27 Azad, Alireza 92 -B- Bachman, Virginia 169 Bagley, Stephen 92, 137 Bailey, John 92 is X Vx ,. Baker, Kevin 92 Ballard, Larry 92 Balls, Elizabeth 164 Banks, Diane 92 Banks, Jeffrey 112 Barker, Gail 92 Barker, Monroe 92 Barnhill, Mort 92 Barquivi, Rashed 92 Barton, Wesley 92 Rascue, Jana 92 Baseball 54-59 Basinger, 'W Basketbai -ad y Lions 46-51 Basketball, Lions 40-45 Beachem, Josephine 92 Bearden, Jo 166 Beason, Leonard 92 Beckr, Mark 92 Becker, Stephen 92 Bedell, Conaly 155 Bedell, Frances 169 Bell, Geoffrey 92 Bennett, David 92 Bennett, Greg 92 Bergstrum, David 92 Berkat, Kim 176 Berna, Janet 92 Berry, Elizabeth 92 Berryman, Luther 92 Beshoner, Sister Carmen 181 Biggs, Marla 46, 51, 92 Biggs, Sandy 92 Bigott, Scott 45, 92 Biolic, Jim 92 Binkley, Floyd 92 Birchfield, Mike 95 Bishop, Tommy 129 Black, Pathro 95, 129 Blackman, Rita 95 Blair, Buddy 70 Blake, David 62 Blake, Max 95 Blalock, Adam 95 Blanchfield, Bill 31 Blaylock, Darrell 95 Board of Trustees 154-155 Boever, Dan 56 Bohart, Billy 95 Bolin, Betty 176 Bolton, Gina 95 Bonner, Londa 95 Booker, Virginia 95 Boren, Barry 95, 137 Bottoms, Jo 46 Bowden, Gary 95 Bowen, Eddie 95 Bowlin, Sheryl 95, 112 Boyd, Clndy 95 Boyd, Walt 136 Bozougi, Mohammad 95 Bradley, Daniel 95 Brake, Katy 185 Branch, Carolyn 176 Branham, B.J. 95 Branshaw, Amy 95 Braswell, Mike 95 Bratton, Terri 95 Breeden, Vivian 95 Brieuse, Leslie 29 Bridges, Shanon 155 Bridgewater, Andrew 95 Britton, Doug 45-95 Brody, Ed 31 Brooks, Barbara 95 Brotherton, Gwen 181 Brown, Billy D. 95 Brown, Cletus 95, 129 Brown, Darrell W 95 Brown, Joni Rae 95 Brown, Linda 37 38, 97 Brown, Marion 97 Brown, Martha 97 Brown, Nancy 97 Brown, Rubert 167 Sh ermon 45, 129 Burks, Linda 97 Burnett, Deanne 97 Burnett, Taylor 97 Burrough, Johanna 97 Burns, Deborah Lynne 97 Burns, Max 129, 162 Burns, Max II 971 129 Burns, Ruth 176 Business Division 168-1 71 Business Office 161 Butler, Dr. Dan 189 Butler, Ken 192 Butterflies Are Free 32, 33 -C. Cafeteria 165 Cagle, Stan 192 Caldwell, Dianna 97 Calhoun, Johnnie R. 97 Callahan, Harold 189 Cameron, Harold 173 Cameron, Kathleen 181 Campus Nurse 163 Campus Shop 164 Canady, Jack 167 Cantrell, Mary 97 Caperton, Andy 128 Cardin, Marlene 97 Carey, Dennie M. 97 Carlon, Jamie 97 137 Carlson, Tom 97 Carson, Brad 97 Carter, Belinda 97 Carter, James E. 97 Cates, Ronnie 97 Cash, Dennis 160 Brown, Tom 65 Brown, Wesley 97 Bryan, Lynn 97 Bryant, Patty 52 BSU 63 Buchanan, Tom 185 Buchanan, Herbert E. 11 97 Bulger, Mark 62 Bumpers, Dale 70 Ca vaniss, George 31 Ca vender, Janet 98 Center, Jerry 192 Chadwick, Anita 98 Chapman, Verna 98 Chastain, Kathy 46, 51, 98 Chastain, Velva 98 Chatman, Ratha 98 Cheek, Delra 98 Burdi t t, Terri 97 Burgess, Dane 97 Burgess, Dr. James 154 Burgess, James 97 Burgess, Jo Nell 176 Burgess, Whitney 97 Cheel y, Theresa 98 Cheerleaders 52 Cherry, Darlene 98, 136 Cherry, Phyllis 98 Cherry, Theresa 98 Chesbro, Randi 163, 166 ww. ' Chester, George 98 Chilcott, Tim 98 Child Development Center 190, 191 Childress, Randy 98 Chitsazan, Jamshid 98 Chitwood, Sharon 27 Christien, William 98 Christmas 76, 77 Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Bill 70 Cindy 27 29, 189 Debbie 98 Linden 98, 129 Susan 98 Terry 98 Tom 185 Clayton, Bettye 98 Clayton, Mike 98 Clein, Cathy Clemmons, Sue 98 Clift, Letha 98 Cline, Lori 98 Coats, Tiherra 98 Cobb, Kristy 185 Cobb, Nancy 98 Cochran, Judy 98 Coe, Doyle 185 Coe, Kim 101 Coget, Don 164 Cole, Lonni 167 Cole, Pearlie 101 Coleman, Ray 31 Collier, B.J. 136 Collins, John 169 Collins, Rob 101 Community Service 196- 199 Comstock, Roger 101 Cook, John 101 Cook, Phyllis K. 101 Cooke, Blanche 27 Cooper, Mike 173 Cooperative Education 112, 113 Cope, Denise 101 Copeland, James 101 Copeland, Mary 192 Copeland, Regina 101 Corbin, Chris 164 Core, Brenda 101 Core, Debbie 101 Cormack, Judy 101 , ' ,g Hi ' ,"-Q ,H Corp, Melody 101 Corradd, Rawl E. 101 Cotta, Canny 101 Cottingham, Perry 101 Counselors 161 Covey, Mark 27 33 Cox, Dana 101 Cox, Pamela 101 Craft, Richard 101 Crawford, Mike 101 Crews, Britt 272 31 Crosslin, Calvin G 101 Crowder, Bill 189 Cuilla, Laura 98 Culpepper, Donna Lavon 101 Cunningham, James 101 Curl, Helen 101 Cutler, Dr. Jack 158 -D- Daffron, Kathleen 101 Dang, Chi 101 Daniel, Carole 101, 137 Daniels, Arliss A. 101 Daniels, Kyle 101 Daniels, Mike 167 Daniels, Mr. Jack 20, 21 Data Processing 164 Dauphinais, Dina 101 Davis, James 102 Davis, Lee 102, 137 David, Pamela 102 Davis, Todd 102 Deaton, John 185 Decker, Cleman 102 Deffenba ugh, Barbara 102 Delap, Jo 46, 51, 102 Denton, Sheila 102 Developmental Education 172-175 Dickerson, Art 167 Didion, John 102 Diemert, Debbie 102 Dipboye, Calline 176 Disher, Derek 102, 128 Dismuke, Christene 102 Do, Ph yco 102 Dodson, Lee 102 Dodson, Theodore 65, 102 Dover, Nancy 181 Dracula 30, 31 Drake, Barry 12 Drill Team 53 Drumm, Vaughn 102 Dugan, Terry 102 Duncan, Dan 102 Dunn, Kelly Keith 102 Dunn, Lita 102 Duplicating 165 Dyer, Deanna 120, 128 -EL Eagles, Gil 22, 23 Eagles, Robert 102 Easley, Amy 53, 137 Ebrahine, Jafar 102 Edmisten, Mary 160 Edwards, Billy 167 Edwards, Ed 102 Edwards, Marti 52, 102 Efurd, Martha 173 El-Adawi, M. Nabee 102 El-Ayyoubi, Salem 102 Elkins, Mark 102 Ellifi, James 102 Elmore, Derhonda 503, 102 Elmore, Doug 107 Embry, Corletta 107 England, Bob 107 English, Keith 107 Ensey, Gary 107 Etter, John 107 Eubanks, Ron 107 Everhart, Leah 107 Ezell, Jerry 107 -pn Fain, Elizabeth 107 176 Fancher, Tracy 45 Farajallah, Mazime 107 Farris, Hal B 107 Fate, Jonni 107 Fears, Earl 107 Featherston, Debbie 107 Felines, The 53 Fenter, Pam 46, 51, 107 Fielding, Rhondora 107 Figley, Katrina 107 Filippelli, Carolyn 162 Fimple, Bobby J. 136 Financial Aid QQ Placement 160 Finnie, Cathy 107 Fisher, David 107 Fitzgerald, Bill 192 Y 4-00 f 1 fp, -' i n lx V: .,,.. ' Y:-Ei, - M 'fi ' I f' E. Ui 3 1 9 Q . , raw 1 - V 4 V, -was-.Q 1, 4 Fitzwater, Patricia 107 Fletcher, Lucille 27 Fleming, Jerry 70 Floyd, Judy 107 Flurry, Terri 107 Foley, Marianne 107 Ford, Barbara 107 Ford, Don 167 Formby, Dr. Ron 161 Fortney, Alan 1071 128 Fountain, David 107 Fout, Pam 164 Fowler, Don 107 Francis, Tim 107 Franco, Pam 107 Franklin, Linda 136 Frantz, John 108 Franz, Tim 108 Frazler, David 108 Frazier, Judy Lynn 108 Freeman, Twila 108 French, Clayton 108, 128 French, Julie 128 Frey, Alan 108 Frix, Janet 108 Frix, Nancy 108 Froehlich, Tanya 108 Fronterhouse, Shelta 108 Furner, Coletta 161 -G- Gaithe, Jackie 108 Gaithe, Leon 108 Gamn, Harlan J. Sr. 108 Garcia, Levia 108 Garcia, Lourdes 108 Garcia, Sue 162 Garrett, Doris 108 Garrett, Ricky 108 Garrison, Tom 61, 108 Gary, John 75 Gathright, Paul 108 Gattis, Kim 108 Gattis, Mike 56, 62 Gavin, Regina 108 Geheb, Naomi 108 Geopfert, Barbara 108 Geopfert, Billy 108 Gibbons, Linda 189 Gibbs, Anthony E. 108 Gibbs, Jeff 108 Gibson, William J 108 Gilbert, Mike 108 "I 1 '--- K -I Q "' I 1 HH, 1 u ui 3 3 1 3"lh,4Q5f,r:'-2 if, , Q is 11.4155 VVV4 ,, i U 0 Q -M if , ig 1 . 1 fi , ' 3 . ,aamfw Gilbreath, Mary JO 108 Harris, Mike 114 Hoiiomon, Kenny 117 Jones, Sharon 129 Gilbreath, Steven 111 Harrison, Tamara 114 Homecoming 34, 35 Jones, Stacey 13'Z 162 Gilham, Linda 111 Hart, Darlene 114 Homer, Joe 117 Jones, Terri 118 Gipson, Pamela 111 Hartheld, Janice 114 Hooker, Charla 117 Jones, Tina 118 Glenn, Floye 111, 137 Golf 60, 61 Goodwin, Don 192, 194 Gordon, Dr. Delece 136, 189 Gordon, Steve 111 Gorham, Jack 162 Gouger, Edith 136 Graduation 86, 87 Graham, Linda 111 Granderson, Charles 111 Graves, Christopher 29 Graves, Ginger 111 Graves, Vicki 160 Gray, Cindy 111 Green, Becky 111 Green, Logan 128, 181 Green, Lyndal 111 Green, Susie 111 Greene, David 111 Greemield, Bernie 111 Griffin, Frank 111 Griffith, Thersia 111 .1-1. Hall, John 111 Hall, Lenn 111 Hall, Linda 111 Halloween 74, 75 Hamilton, Frankie 111 Hamilton, Judy 38, 53, 111, 137 Hamilton, Michael 111 Hamilton, Molly 111 Hamlin, Keith 111 Hamlin, Kym 46, 51, 111 Hamm, Bobby 111 Hamm, Renee 111 Hammack, Mary 176 Hanes, Fred 111 Hardwicke, Becky 111 Hargrove, Dana 35, 52, 114 Harker, Jonathan 31 Harkness, Tom 114 Harman, Walter 114 Harrell, Cynthia 136 Harris, Barbara 114 Harris, Betty 167 Hathour, FayLea 114 Hattin, Maurice 45 Hawa, Mousalem 114 Hawkins, Carl 114 Hawkins, Diane 29 Hawkins, Theresa 164 Hawthorne, Gary 114 Haymes, Bill 14 Haymes, Glenda 114 Head, Angela 114 Health Occupations 175- 1 79 Hearn, Scott 114 Heathcock, Billy E. 114 Heckman, Myron 62 Heidari, Lariviz 114 Hendricks, Angie 114 Hendrix, Kelly 114 Hemley, Rod Henry, Cathy 114 Herring, Mary Ann 114 Herrmann, Joe 114 Herron, Richard M. 114 Hester, Roy 114 Hiatt, Jacqueline 114, 136 Hicks, Billy B. 114 Hicks, Greg 114 Hicks, Jeffrey 114 Hicks, Mike 114 Hightower, Gale 176 Hightower, Dr. Michael 185, 186 Hihi, Samir 117 Hile, Harold 157 Himckley, Carolyn 117 Himkle, Michael 65, 11 Z 129 Hobbs, Tim 117 Hoblitzull, Randall 117 Hobson, Craig 52, 117 Hoder, Bob 117 Hodges, Laura 117 Hodges, Leigh 117 Hogue, Sabrina 136 Holder, Bill 185 Holland, Karen 117 Holland, Kenny 45, 117 Hollenbeck, Bill 62, 117 Hoopwa, Carolyn 117 Hop, Fred 192 Hop, John 117 Hop, Kathy 371 38, 117 Horn, Laura 117 Hornback, Candy 117 Hornback, Wes 117 Horning, Dan 117 Houston, Jim 185 Howard, Kathy 53, 117 Hoyle, Roseann 117 Hubbard, John 117 Hudson, Genny 117 Hudson, Jeff 117 Hudson, Richard 158 Hughley, Servalia 11Z 129 Humanities Division 180- 183 Humphrey, Deborah 136 Humphrey, Madeline 117 Hundley, Majetta 118, 129 Huse, Judith 118 Hutchinson, Jackie 118 Hweidi, Mahmoud 118 Hyatt, Kathryn 118 -1. Inklelarger, Kerie 118 International Day 72, 73 Intramural Sports 62-69 .K. Karber, Patricia 118 Karns, Suzanne 118 Karrant, Mary Anne 118 Karrant, Nancy 29 Kaundart, Gayle 40, 45 Kay, Montez 118 Kearney, Norma Sue 118 Keck, Kathleen 181 Keen, Jamie 118 Keeny, David 128 Keith, Riginia 118 Kelasky, Theresa 118 Kell, Stacy 52 Kellebrew, Brian 40, 45, 129 Kennedy, Bill, Sr. 118 Kesner, Melissa 53, 118 Khilling, Red 27 Kincannon, Dr. Sue 161 King, Betty 163 Kinslow, Pam 160 Kleck, Joey 128 Klein, Barbara 123 Klingner, Mike 123 Knauls, Sheila 123, 129 Knox, Becki Koenig, Raymond Komp, Linda 123 Koon, Marcie 123 Irish, Charles 185 I very, Curtis 173 -J. Jackson, Eva 118 James, Jackie 118, 136 Jarmon, Tom 118 Jelton, Joanne 118 Jenkins, Billy E 118 Jenkins, Lisa 118 Jett, Lynnell 118 Jett, Mary 118 Johnson, Alan 118, 128 Johnston, Danny 118 Jones, Bobby Lee 192 Jones, Brenda 118 Jones, Kathy 29 Jones, Nancy 160 Jones, Paula 51, 118 Koonce, Anita 123 Kraby, Dr. James 61, 78, 156 Kremers, Ernie 123 Kursch, Rhonda 123, 129 Kursch, Robert 123 Kury, Carol 123 Kutait, Julie 29 Kuykendall, Linda 123 -L- LaForce, Dan 29 Ladner, Ronny 123 Laffoon, Danny 123 Lagier, Robbie 123 Lamb, Christine 136 Lamb, Chuck 123, 137 308 Lanier, Dr. Wayne 154 Langston, Robert 123 Lawrence, Kathy 161 Laws, Stu 123 Lease, Kathleen 159 Ledat, Danielle 123 Lee, Charles S. 123 Lee, Don 181 Lee, Renee 123 Lee, Tammy 51 Martine, Joey 124 Maslahati, Nouri 124 Mason, Charlene 124 Matlock, Brian 124 Matlock, Leslie 124 Mattingly, Nona 124 Maxey, David 124 May, Felix 124 Mays, Glenn 45 Legett, Paul 169 Leonard, Tammy 123 Lesley, Debbie 38, 53, 123 Letourneau, David 123, 137 Levy, Ed 189 Lewis, June 176 Lewis, Mary 123 Lewis, Micky 51 Lewis, Remy 189, 191 Lickey, Nolan 169, 170 Lien, Thoai 123 Little, Dwight 123 Llewellyn, Nancy 155 Local Reviews 120, 121 Lockwood, Tressa 123 Lockridge, Steve 124 Loh, Kue Chau 124 Long, Lyman 176 Longley, Mike 124, 137 Looney, Celia 124 Loris, Freda 124 Love, William 124 Lovell, Rhonda 124 Lowe, Joy 181 Lowe, Wayne Bryant 124 LRC 162 Lu Au 80, 81 Lyle, Marcia 124 -M. Maddox, Debbie 169 Maile, Claudia 124, 137 Mainer, Cindy 124 Maintenance 167 Malavian, Mahid 124 Manuel, Leona 37 38, 124 Manus, Lance 124 Mardesick, Fernando 124 McAfee, Beverly 137 McAllister, George 189 McAllister, Paula 124 McClurkin, Michael 137 McCoy, Mike 124 McDaniels, Janice 124 McEntire, Debra 127 McFadden, Randy 127 McGee, Karen 35, 127 McGill, Pam 127 129 McGrow, Suzanne 176 McKee, Brian 127 McKinney, Anita 127 McLaurin, Talmadge 127 McWilliams, Bess 164 Meade, Sharon 127 Meadors, Sherri 46, 51, g 127 Meadors, Steve 127 Meeks, David 185 Meird, Aaron 127 Mehmandoost 127 Meyer, Joyce 127 Meyers, Jeff 127 Middleton, Donna 127 Miesner, Marilyn 127 Miles, Travis 70 Miller, Carole B. 127 Miller, Channa 127 Miller, Darrell 127 Miller, Dorris 127 Miller, Leslie 127 Miller, Pam 127 Minchew, David 62, 1271 137 208 Minniear, Walter 187 Mitchell, David 127 Marion, Michael 162 Marlin, Roger 124 Martin, MeLinda 124 Martin, Nathan 124 Martin, Reggie 45 Mitchell, Jamie 61 Miss Westark 36-39 Mohammed, Jouder 127 Mohar, Leana 127 Mongold, Leonard 127 Monroy, Marce 127 Montgomery, John 127 Moore, Lil 'Da ve 127 Moore, Truman 127 Moore, William T. 130 Moreton, Leucretia 130 Moreton, Michael 130 Morgan, Bruce 130 Morgan, Tanya 38, 130, 192 Morris, Barry 130 Morrison, George 130 Morrison, Iretta 130 Morton, David 130 Mosave, Reza 130 Moses, Betty 130 Moss, M Catherine 130 Muhammed, Yahia 130 Mullings, Greg 130 Murdock, James 130 Murphy, Kathy 137 Musa, Tauhg 130 Music Guild 128 Myers, Doris Dunham 130 Mynatt, Dr. Lee 161 .N. Nally, Eddie 130 Nassam, Fa yez 130 Nassar, Frank 130 National Reviews 104, 105 Natural Science Division 184-187 Nelms, Deedra 130 Nelson, Ruth Ann 166 Newhart, Cecil 167 Newhart, Desiree 130, 137 Newton, David 161 Ney, Diann 137 Nguyen, Linh The 130 Nguyen, Nga 130 Nightwatch 26, 27 Nix, Brian 130 Nixon, Betty 165 Nixon, Timothy 130 Noble, Jeff 130 Nock, Bryan 130 Nash, Kelly 130 Numa Staff 208 Numley, Bob 133 Nunley, Sharon 133 -0- O'Neal, Glenn 61, 133 Omishi, Toshimitus 133 Operator 165 Osborne, Keith 61 Osburne, Danny J. 133 Ostlund, D.K. "Butch" 133 Owens, Blaine 133 Owens, Janice 129 .p. Pace, Bonnie 129 Page, Dan 192 Pair, MIssy 32, 33 Palmer, Diana 164 Maniker, Marti 164 Parker, Pat 162 Parker, Rebecca 133 Parker, Richard 133 Parker, Tim 133, 137 Parsons, Laura K. 133 Pate, Barbara 133 Patterson, Marcy 112 Patterson, Mike 133 Patton, Tim 133 Pa ymoni, Akbou 133 Pearson, Jeff 133 Pellegrom, Kelly 38, 53, 133, 137 Pence, Greg 133 Pendleton, Chris 133 Pendleton, Lee Ann 133, 137 Pemmington, Shelly 133 Pense, Rita 133 Penson, Jeff 133 Percy, Tina 133 Perlingure, Tina 133 Perry, Gary 163 Perry, Tina 129 Perry, Troylene 136 Peters, Cheryl 161 Peters, DOris 136 Peters, Gabe 160 Peterson, Kathleen 133 Pettigrew, Sherman 133 Phillips, Evalena 133 Picnic, Student 78, 79 Pierce, Chuck 133 Pinson, Neal 133 Pitts, Trolene 134, 137 Pixley, Karen 134 Plan, Tham 134 ? Plummer, Micki 29 Plummer, Pauline 137 Plymale, Patti 134 Pocr, Mike 134 Political Activities Week 70, 71 Poole, Carla S. 134 Pope, Carrie L. 134, 136 Porter, Darla 176 Porter, Dr. Pat 189 Posey, Joyce 134 Posey, Parthina 134 Pour, Mohammad R. Bozargi 134 Powell, Kim 37 38 Prada, Gary 134 Praysayasith, Chanthala 134 Preas, John 181 Presson, Wendell 134 Prewett, Teresa 51, 134 Price, Christine 134 Pruitt, Sandra 134 Pryor, Eva 166 Pryor, Jane 73, 161 Public Informa tion 163 Purchasing 163 -Q- Quick, Lisa 134 Quimby, Karen 35, 134 -R- Rainwater, Tim 134 Rampey, David 56 Randolph, Tommy 134 Rapert, Shawn 134 Rapley, Eugene 155 Rappeport, Dorothy 189 Rathburn, Sherri 53, 134, 137 Ratterree, Sherry 134 Ray, Perry 134 Ray, Ron 134 Rebsamen, Ellene 163 Redding, Robert 134 Redneld, John D. 134 Redifer, Bren 27 Reed, Debbie 134 Reed, John E. 134 Reed, Patricia 136 Reeder, Gwen 139 Reese, Geneva 139, 167 Reeves, Maxine 165 206 U71 ' IIAUII Q Rejairfar, Faramar 139 Reynolds, Marsha 139 Reynolds, Neely 12 Rhoades, Shane 139 Rice, Jerry L. 139 Rice, Leo 164 Rice, Natalie 139 Richard, Ron 169 Richardson, Lisa 129 Richardson, Tina 129 Ricks, Tami 139 Ridenhour, Leanne 139 Rider, Sheryl 128, 139 Riggan, Linda 139 Rinne, Henry 181 Ritschel, Rick 161 Roark, Kathi 139 Robertson, Debra 136, 139 Robinson, Beverly 46, 51, 139 Rodrigues, Silas E. 139 Rogers, Debbie Jo 139 Rogers, Robert 167 Roll, Jimmy 137 139 Root, Anthony 139 Rosson, Polly 139 Rowland, Becky 137 139 Rowland, Tim 27 Rumage, Cynthia 139 Ryan, Kay 139 -S- SAC 137 SAC director 162 Salameh, Hisham 139 Salim, Elayyoubi Rida 139 Salinas, Carlos R. 139 Salinas, Enrique 139 Sallee, Jerry 139 Salter, Renee 112, 139 Sampson, Terri 52, 137 139 Samuels, John 192 Sanders, Don 12 Sanders, Edward 154 Sanders, Sandi 159, 196 Schluterman, Alice 139 Schluterman, Holly 160 Schluterman, Milly 140 Schoeppey, Jimmy 140 Schrader, Mark 112 PRIDE imvnli ID J Ulf' L f I X--M: W Schrelle, Marion K. 140 Schultz, Lon 140 Scott, Scott, Scott, Scott, Scott, Darrell 140 Jeffrey 140 Jim 52, 140 Lisa 140 Terri 137 140, 208' Scamardo, Laura 167 Sears, Cheryl 140 Seaton, Evelyn 140 Sebastian, Tim 128, 140 Sel ye, John 140 Seifert, Cathy 140 Self Rick 62, 140 Selph, Nancy 140 Sessions, Connie 35, 140 Sexton, Valta 33, 137 140 Shackelford, Terri 140 Shane, Dr. Jim 157 Shankle, Cheree 36, 372 38 Sharp, Perry 140 Sharum, Paula 31 Shepard, Erve Dewayne 40, 45, 140 Sheppard, Kelley 31 Shields, Gwynda J. 137 1 40, 208 Shirakawa, Eiko 140 Shoppe, The 12, 14 Shores, Alicia 0 Sicard, Sam 155 Sign Language Club 129 Simms, Katherine 140 Skinner, Roger 140 Skullman, Robbie 45 Slate, Sandra 140 Smith, Donald 140 Smith, Donald 140 Smith, Gary 169 Smith, Kathy 140 Smith, Roberta 143 Smith, Ronald 140 Smith, Terri 173 Smith, Vernon 143 SNEA 136 Sneed, Joann 143 Snider, Kenneth 112 Snyder, Monica 176 Social and Behavioral Sciences 188-191 Sparks, Ray 164, 169 Sparks, Stephen B. 137 143 Spencer, Carolyn 143 Spercer, Ramona 3 Spicer, Wanda 143 Springs, Tommy 129, 167 Staggs, Barry 143 Stallings, Pam 161 Standifer, Kathy 143 Statham, Randal 33, 143 Stec, Diane 143 Stegemoller, Jan 143 Stenhouse, Donna 143 STEP 129 Stevens, Curtis 167 Ste venson, Frank 143 Steward, Donna 143 Steward, Machelle 161 Stewart, Brenda 143 Stewart, Linda Lee 143 Stewart, Sherri 143 Shewart, Terri 143 Stiles, Gene 165 Stiles, Lanelle 165 Stiles, Toni 165 Stockam, Deanna 143 Stokes, Gallen 143 Stolz, Dianne 29, 143 Stone, Edward 143 Stop the World I Want to Get Off 28, 29 Storey, Kim 43, 137 Storey, Rink 143 Stormes, Aleasha 53, 143 Stovall, Lorri 143 Strobel, Joe 162 Strobel, Vonc1le 136 Stroh, Bernadette 53, 143 Stubblefield, James W 143 Stubblefield, Joel 158 Student Publications 137 Studley, Donna 1672 189 Studley, Mark 143 Sugg, Lisa 143 Sulcer, Kathy 35, 52, 144 Sulton, Sandra 144 Supon, Carla 144 Stuter, Ann 144 Sutton, Carree 16, 17 Sutton, Sharon 136, 144 Swafford, Connie 144 Sweatt, Debby 176 Swink, Mychale 144 -T. Taber, Lana 144 Tackett, Paula 144 Talkington, Judy 46, 47 Tallent, Tom 167 Talley, Don 129 Talley, Donna 129 Tally, Tammy 161 Tannehill, Don 181 Tate, Gary 144 Taylor, Juanita 136, 144 Taylor, Kathryn 169 Taylor, London 144, 165 Taylor, Wayne 144 Teague, Holly 144 Teague, Paula 144 Technology Division 192- 1 95 Teddler, James 144 Texas Tradition 77 Thomas, Anita 144 Thomas, Karen 144 Thomas, Mark 144 Thompson, Bill 154 Thompson, Fritz 144 Thompson, Maurice 189 Thompson, Mike 144 Thompson, Mitty 29 Thompson, Stephen 144 Threadgill, Mary 144 Thrift, Sharon 144 Thorton, Leonard 167 Townley, Mary 144 Townsend, Janet 144 Townsend, John 128 Travis, Tammi 129, 144 Trotter, Greg 144 Tucker, Clare Lynn 146 Tufino, Alvaro 146 Turnbo, Kari 146 Turner, Charles W 146 Turner, Connor 166 - U. Underwood, Bobby R. 146 Underwood, Pam 146 -V. Valenti, Stephen 146 Van Cleave, Ginger 146 Van Horn, Doris 169 Vann, Gregory E. 146 Van Riper, Pamela 146 Van Sickle, Kurt 12 Vaughn, John 146 Vincent, MArtha 146 Vocal ENsemble 128 Voeller, Keith 146 -W. Wacker, Jon 45 Waldrop, Sondra 163 Walker, Marcia 146 Walker, Mike 146 Wallace, Janet 46, 51, 146 Wallace, Lora 52, 146 Walton, Sherilyn 175 Walton, Tom 1371 181, 208 Ward, Brenda 146 Ware, Rice. B. 146 Warmack, Monica 146 Warrick, Traci 146 Washam, Clara D. 146 Watkins, Tammy 146 Watson, Jessie 167 Watts, Dr. Gordon 157 Watts, Lonnie 189 Webb, Paula 146 Webb, Susan 53, 146 Webster, Rose Marie 146 Weidman, Eric 146 Weidman, SHawn 146 Weigand, Larry 185 Weik, Debbie 75 Wennberg, Diana 129, 136, 149 Wennberg, Ronnie 45, 129, 149 West, Sheila 149 Westark Foundation 187 Westark Mascot 150 Wewers, Da vid 149 Wheeler, Elaine 27 Wheeler, John 27 White, Gov. 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