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

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All Rights Reserved l fi Mui' The terminals at Westark play a great part in some of the classes Although you might think they are used only in the data processing classes, they are also used in such courses as drafting and music Data processing and different uses of com puters are growing throughout the United States Westark prepares the students for that use in the future, so come on and Take a "byte" of your future. lfii? .. 5 ' - fi: fffqfk ' -N exe: 1 ir. 5 Q 'itilv ,y,',,". l ., ,ti ,, Sill-f ' S, - fx y it . , A' EW is 'ii ", !ci,f,. . gji9: f r f 6 ' ,w"""' Y ' ' One of the first steps at Westark would most likely be at the Counseling and Guidance Center. Dr. Sue Kincannon helps a new student with her class sched- ule. Sandy Shultz looks at the Fall 1982 catalogue. Wilma Long works for her degree in data processing. -as icq..- 42:1 X ' 1, Ml ,., Betty Kingsley, CIMS student, learns to overcome obsoles- cence for employment. Paul Paladino works with a terminal for one of his classes. Cynthia Hill, Admissions and Records, works with Jamal Dimes enrolling for the fall semester. Carrie Atwell, student worker, works with Financial Aid trans- actions. , -.P ul: f-X2 'isa l i . 'fi -WN si , L Q , i mx , I what whai what what what whai what what unur social securgtu Gafd numhef? unur social securgiu Cafd-H unur sncgal securliu--- unur s0cuaI.4. UUUI' Redgeld ummw DlF'u lf. Student Services E Counseling Find Financial Flid Season Elf Entertainment Varietu F'rogramming lTIiss l.Llestarl-1 Clubs Flnd Elrganizations lTIens Flthletics LLIomens Flthletics lntramurals F'hotos EE lnstruction 1lIlEl Business Eommunitu Service Developmental Education Health Elccuoations Humanities Natural Science Technologu Social Find Behavioral Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 lIlTHHiHE.lFiHl GUIJHSEL I flfi HTHLETIGS 000 F SEFISUYI UF TRHUlTlUflHl Gb Bl EIITERTFI I nmmr FUHGTIUHS 000000000 ,Q Q O STUDENT rnmfs E :nal V mm En as UJESTHHH Q Q 0 E H H nnmmnmnlm: nrmfrlss 0 i Q designed b-J IT. unv:,mvx,,REDFSE.l-,D 0 C 0 Q Q Q Q Q U Euunselin nd Financial Fld .V 0 uw: lvllv lon, ca, uqmmnmm JM Qaboveb Dr. Ron Forrnby discusses a fall class schedule with incoming freshman Ruthie Sills. fleftl The computers in the counseling and career center are used frequently by students for checking out colleges all around the country. With a flick of your finger, you've got over 1600 colleges right in front of you. Cbelowb Cheryl Peters helps two students with form filling rout. -.W l l 00000 W 0 Q O Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Financial Aid Chandra Rush, Gabe Peters-Director, Lois Garrett. Seated: Pam Cook. 'Eff-1 Counselors Row 1: Jane Pryor, Rick Ritschei, and Dr. Ron Formby. Row 2: Cheryl Peters, Dr. George Woodiey, Dr. Sue Kincannon-Direo tor, and Dr. Lee Mynatt. ,.. ,.,, YY,,, 9 Season Elf' Entertainment 0000000 o uuvmonv anon. u-vm...-4 " ':il-.Us Piadiu Hour" -fy n Sept. 13, "The 1940s Radio Hour" kicked off WCC's Season -v'- of Entertainment ll. Set in WOV broadcast studios during World War ll, audience watched a live variety show unfold before their eyes. Everything needed for a live radio broadcast was present. There was a flashing AP- PLAUSE sign, a wide range of devices to create sound effects for comrner- cials, and, of course, singers. Many people experienced an era they had never known, 00000000000 Fart Smit Sqmphunq The Fort Smith Symphony held their first concert of the sea- son on Oct. 10 in the Breedlove Auditorium at 2:30 p.m. The Symphony was conducted by music instructor Walter Min- niear. - - ased on novel, it numbers acting to whisk back to London "lIllivEr" LUE15 The Summer Product the Dickens used musical and dramatic the audience in the 1850's to relive the misadventures of Oliver Twist. Oliver is an orphan that seems to be plagued by misfortune. Mr. Bumble, who runs the or- phanage, initiates Oliver's streak of bad luck by selling the boy to the Sowerberrys, who were undertakers. Everyone wants at least one mourner at their funeral and it became Oli- ver's job to be that mourner. However, the treatment he re- Director for Oliver, David Young. Be- low, Lorin Thwaits and Kelby Thwaits. ceives is less than agreeable so Oliver packs his 'handkerchief' and leaves. Wandering the streets of Lon- don, he runs across Jack Daw- kins, alias, The Artful Dodger, who decides to help Oliver Twist out. So, The Artful Dodg- er introduces him to Fagin, the leader of a band of junior pick- pockets. Unfortunately, Oliver is not adept at his new job and soon gets arrested. What would normally put an end to a pickpockets life is real- ly a hidden beginning for Oliver in this musical drama. Due to Fagin's association with the 'respectable' Bill Sikes and threat of staining Sikes name, they are forced to seek the re- lease of Oliver Twist. After being released, the poor orphan then goes to live with Nancy, Sikes' girlfriend, but soon runs away. A rich family feels sorry for the orphan and takes Oliver in. The child gets a taste of the rich life only to get kidnapped. However, there is no need to worry as the play ends in a musical finale with him being returned to the rich family. Through the combination of ex- Lorin Thwaits as "Oliver" and below his brother Kelby Thwaits as an orphan boy. inn Elf LUlI'.E'.'e pressive costumes, eloquent songs, and spirited actors, one actually lived through the try- ing moments in Oliver's life. For the audience and cast alike, this musical drama was a learn- ing experience. As Lance Thompson commented, "Oli- ver was a learning experience for everyone, no matter how large or small his role was." l Theatre Flrts Dept. Micki Plummer teaches the children a song for "Oliver." Tracy Shelton and Lorin Thwaits rehearse for "OIiver.' The East Oliver Twist ..... ..... L orin Thwaits Fagan ............ .... The Artful Dodger Bill Sikes ........... .. .... Rod Hocott Peter Raymond ..... Bob Weller Nancy .............,..i.. ....... G all Hocott Bet ....................... .. Mr. Bumble fThe Beadlej .. .. Mrs. Corney ............. ... .. Lanier Hocott . . Tip Abernathy Gretchen Tucker Mr. Brownlow .... ... Mike Johnston Mr. Sowerberry Mrs. Sowerberry Charlotte ....... Noah Claypole .. Dr. Grimwig .. .... Joel Parker .. Tracy Shelton . Micki Plummer .. Ricky Mitchell ..... Harold Hile Old Sally ............. ........... L ana Vines Mrs. Bedwin .................. Karen Thompson Workhouse Boys 81 Girls .. Jeff Davis, Amy Clark Hayden Green, Kelby Thwaits, Anne Thwaits, Nikki McDaniel, Randy Sharum, Charlotte Sharum, Jason Abernathy, Justin Abernathy, Noah Young, Kevin Wallace, Allison Wallace, Matthew James, Mark James, Zen Wagner, Ethan Yarbrough, Becky Orler, Katie Weber, Peter Weber Fagin's Pickpockets . . Leah Carter, John Johnson, Amy Young, Amy Clark, Charlotte Freeman, Kevin Wallace, Joe Parker, Jeff Davis, Hayden Green, Ethan Yarbrough, Jeff Jenkins Fl Flea ln Camille .,. .... Lance Thompson Antoinette ... ..,. Lataua Shelton Etienne .. ... Walt Stouffer Ill Finache ,.. ..... Ken Pevehouse Lucienne .,...,. Melinda L. Hermani Raymonde ......,.. Beth A. Revelle Victor Emmanuel ,.,...... Jeff Vire Tournel ...t.... ....., J eff Rogoff Homenides .... .... M ark Covey! Nick Keeter Eugenie ..., ... Wanda Wilson Augustin .. ...,. Johnny Green Olympe ., ,,. Wendy E. Quick Baptistin . ...., Coy L, Deer Schwarz .. ... John Dunn Poche ..,.....,.........., Jeff Vire Cast and director Dan Rogers were pleased with the results. This produc- tion was also performed the first week of December at the American College Theatre Festival in competition with other colleges and universities in Ar- kansas. The play was performed at Westark on November 5 and 6, with a matinee on November 7. Act l-Beth Revelle and Melinda Her- mani. Act ll-Ken Pevehouse and Wanda Wil- son. Act lll-Nick Keeter, Melinda Hermani, and Lance Thompson. Curtain Call, Act ll-Jeff Vire, Coy Deer, Jeff Rogoff, and Beth Revelle. Act lll-Johnny Green, Beth Revelle, Jeff Rogoff, and Jeff Vire. Her Ear it W , YJ l W J lllijslfty T if M5 T ,af I it 7 ' ,l.,, , 'V WH! 'Flirft That .Just Lil-IE Life . . . . . . was one of the saner state- ments uttered in the midst of total chaos in WCC's produc- tion of "A Flea in Her Ear." Set in the early 1900's, hilarity reigned supreme in this French farce of mistaken identities. Raymonde suspects her hus- band Victor Emmanuel of being unfaithful to her. Having made up her mind about this, she sets out to trap him. Ray- monde gets her best friend Lu- cienne to write Victor a pas- sionate love letter arranging a meeting at the Hotel Pussycat. Only Victor is loyal and when he receives the letter he gives it to his friend Tournel, the lover, thinking it was for him. This charade continues throughout the play involving a jealous Spaniard with a lisp who tried to kill everyone, a posh bordello that caters to only the fattest wallets, a youth who speaks only in vowels, a drunk invalid moaning about his rhumatism, a madame, a revolving bed, a German in need of loving attention, and of course, the lookalike of Victor Emmanuel. I1.'EFt UH mir .C The first choir concert of the season was held on Sunday, October 17, at 2:30 p.m. in the Breedlove Auditorium. Some of the numbers performed were three Bach folk songs, 'Plan- ets, Stars, and Airs of Space' a Bach chorale, 'Mercy on Us, Oh Lord' a Russian tune, a med- ley from 'My Fair Lady,' and 'Follow the Drink- ing Gourdf Two selections were presented by the WCC Ensemble in addition to the choir pro- gram. G CD CD CD CD Eusi Fan TLITTE GCDCDCDCD Q 4 9 4 QQOAOA Cosi Fan Tutte, CSchool for Loversj was per- formed by the National Opera Company Mon- day, November 8, at 8:00 p.m. As the operetta opens a cynical old bachelor, whose long experience with women had con- vinced him that none are to be trusted, is try- ing to convince two young lovers that their sweethearts will prove disloyal to them. Then, feeling sorry for what he has done, Don Alfonso tries to untangle the mess he has gotten the young lovers into. The National Opera Company was founded in 1948 as Grass Roots Opera with three principal aims: C15 To introduce opera as an art form to school students in North Carolina, C23 To give experience to young artists, and C33 Io per- form in the language of the audience. "The Student F'rirn:E" Q , ix!! it A rare blend of exultant melodies and bittersweet romance made "The Student Prince" not only the worId's most popular operetta but also a favorite for Westark. The operetta was first performed in 1924. Set in the picturesque university town of Heidelberg, the operetta revolves around a young heir to a throne who attends the university incognito. While frequenting the local inn with his comrades, the prince falls in love with the pretty waitress, Kathie. Sigmund Romberg's music complemented the story of their romance in the direct tradition of Viennese light opera, utilizing the rhythms of waltzes, polkas, and cheerful marches. The charming "Golden Days," the rousing "Drinking Song," the sentimental "Deep in My Heart," and the Iilting "Just We Two" were as delightful a series of songs as an operetta has ever boasted. 0000 ds Oo fob EE Fx :ge EU: 253 32-E2 537213 sfin mot? HE: Qi-4 OCCCD "H.lTl.5. p'l'lEflJi"En Elms 5 Thi "H.Nl.S. Pinafore" was presented by the theatre and music depts April 22 81 23,with a matinee on April 24. Top-Stephanie Carr, John l-lewett, and Stace Gaddy: Stephanie tries to avoid her fathers match making. Center-Brian Gary and Tim Sebastin singing a number backed by the rest of the cast. Lower-Stephanie Carr and Dan Harraid get to- gether only because ofthe secret that Little But- tercup tells. yi.. Elf EritErta'rim rit THE CAST The Rt, Hon, Sir Joseph Porter, KCB ,....,. Stace Gaddy CFirst Lord of the Admiralityj Captain Corcoran .................. John Hewett CComrnander of HMS Pinaforej Ralph Rackstraw ...,............ ..., D an Harrald fAbIe Searnanj Dick Deacleye ... ... Nick Keeter fAble Seamanj Bill Bobstay .,,.....,.. l..,. B rian Gary CBoatswain's Matej Bob Beckett .......... ..., T im Sebastion CCarpenter's Mateb Josephine .......,...,..,.., .,. Stephanie Carr CThe Captain's Daughterj Cousin Hebe ....,.......,.,,. .... M erelyn Aubrey CSir Joseph's First Cousinj Little Buttercup ......................,..............,....,...,.. Janie Weber QA Bumboat Womanb Sir Joseph's Cousins, Sisters, and Aunts . Kim Keeny, Dawn Dowty, Vicki Barger, Liz Ewing, Barbara Minor, Stephanie Spears, Lynn Dempsey, Carolyn Heiss, Angie Davis, Angie Schoen. Able-Bodied Searnen .. Robert Spicer, David Opitz, David Welsh, John Aubrey, Peter Raymond, Tim Gunter, Keith Cottingham, Gordon Wells. Scene: The Quarter Deck of the H.M.S. Pinafore. Top Left-Janie Weber and John Hewett finally get together at the end of the show. Left-Janie Weber, Nlerelyn Aubrey, and Stephanie Carr sing a number together. Lower Left-The cast takes their final curtain call for the Season of Enter- tainment Il. Lower Right-Dick Deadeye, Nick Keeter, confronts Sir Joseph, Stace Gaddy, with the news that Jose- phine and Ralph are going to elope. a r-semi. Varietq Programming 4114 0000000 000000000 I im ma? ,w.-mi............- ---W rw- -ff 0 QM' On September 3, students and staff members stand in line at the Student! 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A..........-...,.,. ,:.,.f....-,-...,-,f...:-.::'!::.i:z::::::::'1:::::,.:w..,5, 0 0 0 O 0 0 Nnuner Kendra Floerke carves her pumpkin which took first place in the October 27 Pumpkin Carving Contest. f' Wild Efyfgl. is , QW, 47:52:25 We bw' 1 w w " W? Bermuda Triangle got the students involved in their show by passing out kazoos. Everyone enjoyed their performance on November 17. F The Jazz Quintet performs their Oc- tober 6, program. OOO 'V-ff1 ,,f GOO The Shoppe gave an outstanding performance on November 19, dur- ing a noon and evening show. ...CO J U' E 'f. -1' 1.2 3 r SW 'f , WMM WW Sidewalks Of Broadway Drama major Beth Revelle and her fel- low performers dis- played their skills in a talent show orga- nized by Beth as a special project as- signmentl Singing and dancing were the themes of the production as students put on a gala event for its au- dience. Talent Sham O O O O O O 25 GOO GOO LU starl-i "lIi.it5 Th Flu " Halloween Dance 1982 At the Halloween Dance, October 29, Valta Sexton won in best single costume. Best dressed couple were Lori Oliver and Gary Smith. Shu Shu Parker and Jim Faribanks strut their stuff at the Hallow- een Dance. Everyone in their costumes seem to be enjoying themselves. 'Z 2 iw The crowded Student Union at the January 111, Student Mixer Dance. Could this be Mike F'ennington's sweetheart dancing with him at Students dancing with stars in their eyes and hearts above the Hornecoming!Sweetheart Dance on February 12? their heads. 1 F' f i ta s Is , -nv 27 HB3 international Feast - ffx 'i ' W 1,5 , X ,, 1 "' QA ' V' J k ' ,Y ,I . ,ml i at W Z l W i Top Left-Kazumoto Nabeshima and Hitomi Terukina show the food and dress style from thq country, Top- "Debke," an Arab folk dance performed by Mohammed Hadi, Jamal Dime Mohammed El-Masre, Abed Khirfan, and Subhi Hafi. Bottom Left-Hong Fatt Kok sings Malaysian folk song, Oluwole Forster shows the dress style from his country. Bottom Right- Arab folk music by Mohammed Amin EI-Ghazali. Next page Top Left-180 guests stood in line taste a different kind of food from their everyday meals. A Mexican Hat Dance was perform by Gabriela Kinslow and Juan Frias. Bottom-Yutaka Kazamaki and Hisashi Sekine sing Japane folk songs. O00 000 ivee LLIEC. Fl Taste Elf Fl Different Life The third annual International Din- ner Saturday, March 5, in the Fuller- ton Union, again treated a sell-out crowd to spectacular hospitality, food and entertainment. Twenty- nine foods, representing the cuisine of 17 countries, satisfied the palate while international students pre- sented a variety of entertainment. The first performance was a symbol- ic dance by a single Laotian girl. After this, the French Club's skit, "Chomp deElysees" provided a break in the serious atmosphere with a storyline about an Arkansas tourist and a sophisticated French- man. Following, Gabriela Kinslow and Juan Frias gave a repeat perfor- mance of the Mexican Hat Dance. A Malaysian folk song by Hong Fatt Kok," followed. Eleven girls in richly colored sarongs danced to this song about the native white farangipania flower. A Laotian flutist then per- formed a selection conjuring'up vi- sions of misty green mountainsides and a simpler lifestyle, followed by Ba-bara dancing the Cane Dance, and areobic folk dance. The program continued as dessert was finished with Hisashi Sekine singing a Japanese folk song accom- panying himself on the guitar. Fol- lowing this, Palestinian Amin El Gha- zali performed an Arobi melody on the violin. Sekine and a friend Yu- taka Kazamaki then returned to sing two popular Crockb melodies on the guitar. Despite the great wealth of talent shown by all involved, the finale was the most memorable performance of the evening. Ba-Bara returned to do an "Oriental Cabaret Dance" and certainly capped off the evening in style. The international students, and oth- ers in the community, gave 180 peo- ple a glimpse into their native cul- tures, customs, foods. international counselor Jane Pryor had said be- fore the dinner, "These students just love the chance to educate us about their cultures and lands." From the applause at the dinner, those in attendance loved it just as much. 29 FITSS LU st ri-i it-Q .ww Left-Miss Arkansas, Mary Stuart, and 1982 Miss Westark, Marti Edwards crown Kim Herring as Miss Westark 1983. Top-Mary Stuart chats with Dr. Kraby during an afternoon reception in the student union for pag- eant patrons. Bottom-Debra Sue Moffett, Miss America 1983, walks the runway in acknowledgement of her weicorne to Westark by the capacity . - Cmwd' OOOOOOO 1980 Bally Midway Mfg. Co. TM of Bally Midway Mfg. Co. All Rights Reserved OOOOOOOOOO The 1983 Miss Westark Pageant was the biggest ever. This was the sixth year for the pageant and was turned into a two night performance. The 1983 pageant continued a tradition with a fashion show at noon on Wednes- day in the Student Union. On Friday, March 25, there was a luncheon for the contestants in the gym. Featured guests were Miss America and Miss Arkansas. immedi- ately following was a res ception for gold and silver patrons, local officials, and committee members, and other invited guests to meet Miss America and Miss Arkansas. .- 1. t .a Kim Herring, was crowned on Friday, March 25, in the WCC fieldhouse. She was also the win- ner ot the talent competition. As the 1983 Miss Westark, Herring will receive a S500 scholarship from Coca-Cola, a S200 ward- robe, dinner for 2 at the Trotlirie restaurant and the opportunity to compete in the Miss Arkansas pageant. Top Left-Kim flashes the fashion of the thin striped swimwear for the summer. Top Right-Kim sang "Zing Went the Strings of My Heart" which won her the talent competition. Center-Miss Arkansas, 1982 Miss Westark, and Miss America helped crown Kim as she starts to take her first walk as the new Westark. Lower Left-Kim poses for the swimsuit competition. Lower Right-Kim Herring waves to the audience as the new Miss Wes- tark. 3 L 3 ' The Finalists Missy Pair, 1stRunner-up, sang "Cabaret" for her talent in the pageant. She wore a sassy pant set for the fashion show. Libby Gurlen, 2nd Runner-up, performed an acrobatic dance to "Jungle Strut." For the fash- ion show she was dressed in a trio short set with knee high socks and loafers. Stephanie Griffith, 3rd Runner- up, also did an acrobatic ribbon dance for talent. Stephanie wore a pair of pin-striped pants with a coordinating shirt and jacket. Lisa Condren, Miss Congenial- ity, sang a song that she wrote herself, "ln the Heart of Dixie". 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R ,il W I ww , gn ang, 5 A 'f A ,,11 ,A Q W' 7 x OOOOO TM of Bally Midway Mfg. Co. All Rights Reserved H1 f ,ff OO ,Wg J Stud nt ctivities lf.'.uuru:'l CStandingJ Stacey Jones-Director, Tamara McFerran, Nick Clineelingj Lisa Arnold, David Welsh, Lori Ball, Lori Arnold Keeter, Dennis Kaiser, Susan McKinney, Bruce Hanna, Charles Andrea Binns, and Pepper Popa. Anderson, Janis McBride, Ken Pevehouse, Johnny Ducharme, and David Bergstrom. W " Li W SAC Officers Janis McBride-Secretary, Susan McKinney-Vice President Com- mittees, David Bergstrom-President, Tonya Snuggs-Vice Presi- dent Retention, Vicky CPepperJ Popa-Vice President Recruit- ment. Stacey Jones helps serve at the Student!Staff Picnic. 'jtud nt F-'ulJl'i::at'un5 Bottom Row-Leon Turner, Peter Raymond-Head Photographer, Eric Weidman, Second Row-Sherri Nguyen-NUMA Editor, Jim Fairbanks, Andrea Binns, 3rd Row-Susie Elkins, Debbie Burns, Robert Ohlde. Missy Parr, 4th Row-Olivia Ellinburg, Nancy Steel-Lion's Pride Editor, David Welsh, 5th Row-Doug Ree, Rebecca Parker-Layout Editor, Tina Farmer, John Redfield. Standing-Julie Williams, Nick Keeter, Tom Walton-Director, Vicki Morgan, and Michael McClurkin. Students that particpate in this organization produce a bi- weekly newspaper, The Lion's Pride, and a yearbook, NUMA. Student staff members are eligible for both academic credit, performance scholarships and scholarships. Students are also given the opportunity to develop their interests in other areas of mass communication. 1 yi , -- it , 1 1- ' -tf.,:'i'Z E D BALLV MIDWAY MFG. CO. All right! IIUINO11 2 f . l my - , . f K ,, l 1 , t r- .. nm An Q A - 4 .. .L i-wi Iyyf Top Row-John Hewett-President, David Welsh, Doug Bishop, David Opitz, Dan Harrald, Stace Gaddy, Michael Banic, Louie Brashears, Tim Gunter, Keith Cottingham, Tim Sebas- tion, Peter Raymond. Second Row-Lynette Drake, Stephanie Carr-Secretary, Dawn Dowty, Lela Bailey, Cheryl Kirkpatrick, Shawn Blackard, Lynne Dempsey, Kendra Floerke, Kim Keeny, Kim Morgan, Margaret Walker and Logan Green-Director. Third Row-Stephanie Spears, Angie Schoen, Angie Davis, Denise Alexander, Linda Terry-Reporter, Glenda Todd, Carol Coomer, Sheila Jones. Seated at piano-Mary McDonald. lTlu5ii: Guild This club is open to all students tak- ing applied music. Though social in nature, it provides added opportuni- ties for hearing and performing good music. The meetings feature pro- grams, discussions, and social activi- ties. The projects include recitals, concerts, and provision of equip- ment for the music department. Currently it is the Westark Student Chapter of the American Choral Di- rectors Association. Chair The Westark Choir acts as a service organization for musical functions. This group usually performs twice in the first semester, once in a fall concert and once in conjunction with the Fort Smith Symphony. The second semester choir usu- ally presents a spring con- cert and at least one other performance. i Seated-John Hewett, Left to Right-Linda Terry, David Opitz, Dawn Dowty, Michael Banic, Leia Bailey, Doug Bishop, Stephanie Carr, and Tim Sebastion. Vocal Ensemble Members for the Vocal Ensemble are selected through auditions. They then make numerous appear- ances throughout the school term for civic clubs, church groups, senior citizens groups, schools, etc. Standing-Shawn Blackard, Dawn Dowty, Kim Keeny, and Stephanie Carr. Kneeling-Peter Raymond, Mike Pennington-Vice President, Dan Harrald, and John Hewett, ll.lE'.I1'. Cheerleaders Ehuui sux' ' ,S Cheering into a stunt are Margie Bell-left, Stephanie Griffith-climbing, Dawn Gillham-base, and Melanie Traylor-right. Their LilJn's Pride c S- L o c c L . 1 1 o 1 n s ld C Laura Osborne-top and Kimberly Bran- non-bottom add a stunt and a smile to show their spirit. Right-Stephanie Griffith-bottom: Me- lanie Traylor-base: Debbie Burns-top spin into a helicopter. Stephanie Griffith cheers the Lions on to victory. 1982-83 Cheerleaders Lower-Bottom-Left to Right-Cami Har- vel, Margie Bell, Dawn Gillham, Melanie Traylor, and Kimberly Brannon. Top- Laura Osborne, Stephanie Griffith, and Debbie Burns-Head Cheerleader. 38 Z s E 2 I 0 G CD19 E'-B3 Felines O CD CD M ihwili ' 3 Sitting-Laura Rathburn, Candace Eddy-Second Lieutenant. Kneeling-Judy Frantz, Robbie Spoon-Chaplain, Laura Brody, Becky Leverette, Angie Brown-First Lieutenant. Standing-Kim Taylor, Becky Hobson, LaShawn Talley, Tammy Zeiler, and LyAnna Hale- Captain. bly were: Trophies- LyAnna Hale Angie Brown Candace Eddy Medals- Laura Brody Becky Hobson Robbie Spoon Tammy Zeiler Laura Rathburn Kim Taylor Becky Leverette Judy Frantz LaShawn Talley Presented at the Awards Assem- This year, as every year, the Felines practiced hard to make their job well done. Their team spirit showed in each performance they gave that was filled with pride for their school, their team, and themselves. The Fe- lines sponsor this year was Betty King. GCDGC 39 O E NEEE l First Row-Carl Flemons, Wesley Fancher, Charles Clark, and Jim Stacy. Second Row-John Deaton-Director, Grant Cassidy, and Talal Shahbander. Third Row-Brian Koesey, Eddie Harrison, Randy Gattis, and Randy Looper. OOO0 Genesis l's purpose is to study creation from a non-biased viewpoint. Both evolutionist and creationist viewpoints are brought out. The activities of the club center around spon- soring lectures, films and community service courses. Stu- dents are encouraged to use this material in preparing themes, term papers, and speeches. O 0 Students Together Effectively Progressing CS.T.E.P.J is re- sponsible for meeting the social and cultural needs of the black community. S.T.E.P. seeks to introduce a variety of programs and events which prove entertaining, intellectu- ally stimulating, emotionally inspiring and educational. Futhermore, this organization seeks to improve interracial relationships. 00600 Kneeling-Rose Medairos, Linda Williams, Jeanette Williams, Denise Armington, Charlotte Franklin, and Phyllis Miller. Second Row-Machelle Steward-S.T.E.P. Sponsor, Stephanie Gordon, LaShawn Talley, Kim Parker, Tina Perry, Treopia Parker, Margaret Willis, and Gary Perry. Third Row-Nathan Hall, Jeffrey Simpson, Tony Kelley- brew, Rodney Reese, Shawn Morris, Raymond Lowe, and Gene Hill. gg at it 5 hi 2 I 0000 '83 Pep X Jazz Band The members for the '83 Pep and Jazz Bands were: Ed Hoffmann-Saxophone Julie Warnake-Saxophone Larry Escalante-Saxophone Jeff Harris-Trombone Bliss Alexander-Trombone Cleo Toran-Trumpet John Hewett-Trumpet Terri Spradlin-Trumpet Starla Welty-Trumpet Hisashi Sekine-Guitar Caruth Alexander-Piano Tom Clatman-Drums Frank Moore-Bss Dan Harrald-Vocals This year, not only did the Jazz and Pep Band play at ballgames and nooners, they also played at O'Loughlin's Restaurant in honor of St. Patrick's Day celebration. Henry Rinne and his band provided musical entertainment for about a hundred early revelers. 0000 'CU"3 ii EU . fif f Partici- Ed pro- ,AA' ,.A6, rgplieg 22+ 4 ' and .1r,ig AA,,i, in one school. in iobs Tito their major and QBCBNB, three hours credit ach semester for their em- iployment. Secretarial science students work as secretaries journalism students it produce the news on a r station. Work is a part Phi Theta Happa-PTH l Front Row: Colleen Hutcheson, Rebecca Brown, Marcia Adams, and Pat Hammick. Back Row: Jennifer Chmielewski, Jonsye Whitson, Rebecca McKee, Karen Williams, and Robert Ohlde. Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunity for the recogni- tion of students who have attained a 3.5 or higher grade point average in 12 accumulated semester hours. These hours must lead to a recognized degree program. This organization helps encourage scholarship among students in American Community!Junior Col- leges. This year at the Awards As- sembly, Dr. Carol Horne pre- sented 51 members of PKT with certificates. CDCDCDCDCDCDCDCDCCDCDC S W I 1 Vx 1 - .4 un. V , , MW ,i AV fhff G iwgrafw Midway Mfg- C541 rfafqtglaawmidway M534 AH f'RfgiitSf 'R6Served A 6 51 L 1f , l ' Q 1 1 f rl 1 rasrr O . 3 l,, Q 3 :.,r W , I 6 -so r s r r r s .:.E,. .,::. 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Smith 30 Tony Hicks 6'5" Forward Sophomore Ozark A 54 Kenneth Johnson 6'7" Forward Freshman Columbus, r r ,r Texas -1r '52 Nafthangjvtali or 6'6" :Center .Sophomore Baerdwelt. 3' 3 Q Kentucky 3 50 Rodney Reese 6'6" Center Freshman Dayton. Ohio 44 Chris Matiock 6'5W' Forward Freshman Fordyce 20 Roy Lewis , 6'4" Forward Freshman Van Buren Head Coach Gayfe Kaundart e US Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westark Westarki it Westarki L Westark Westark Westark Westark wesfakii VVestark7 A Westark Westark Scoreboard THEM ASU Beebe 50 Southern Tech. 71 Senegal 59 CExhibition game! Central Baptist College 58 Garland County 61 St. Gregory 59 Seminole 64 Central Baptist College 56 Garland County 55 S14 lili Gregory C2 O.T.J 70 Seminole 70 Crowder 51 Carl Albert 64 Southern Tech. 38 Eastern State 60 Claremore 51 5360139 61 NEQ7?'r 49 Connersi 50 Carl Albert 69 Eastern State 56 Comets it 44 Roigeraifiiafe 76 Bacolfiilf 7 rrli 17 NEO QOQTJ A it 38 L AWESTARK CLASSIC ASU Beebe 58 Crowder 55 JASPER, ALABAMA CLASSIC Anderson SC y 68 Walker W . 37 ARKANSAS STATE'37 ?3fRNAMgENT Central Baptist Collegeiyilii A M 53 Northark l 54 Mississippi County W 62 Phillip 63 LEADING SCORER Ashby Walls ' ' Hicks Hicks Kelleybrew Walls Kelleybrew Walls Lewis, John Walls Hicks Walls Hicks Walls Ashby Hicks Hicks Ashby . Kelleybrew Kelleybrew Matlock Walls, Hicks Hicks Hicks Hicks Ashby Kelleybrew Ashby Kelleybrew Hicks yyrjglielleybrew Reese Hicks Kelleybrew Hicks . ff-5 ! F 5 V , 4 E Q 'f D - K is in an Q gm Q Q Q K X X Ni 3 . .f x .W .,,.. . Y . 'xv-- T L - J :c X gm? :.,:f 1. -. xx ' X 'egg 5 . . - ':': 4 kisxagiaf jg' , N W 4 vs Q S E R N""""-new uk- W Q. W W gi 2 Q I M 5' Q V' M ' as Y , , M e gif f ,kk f 3 " M fa 52 if M4 W X W 4 QM 1' 2 5 ' gafzp gg? 1 5 1 I 4, jf! " v Ja f Q wwf'-'M '," g Af Qlg N Yxxx N Z .,.. , ,X 1 , xx as X in S N :.: l H 1 Q' gd' Q- i Q' Tony Kelleybrew C143 goes for a basket as the opponents try to keep him from scoring. Mt. po o pppo Marchie Murdock C243 and Roy Lewis C203 fight for a rebound as W Q Eastern State stands defenseless. 5 gf 'Q :.,-, ' L, X , 'X 2 we , . A. ., . :fe .EH fs gi 1" 3 s , ' E K l w a s Tony Hicks C303 jump shoots over the reach of a player for Central Baptist College Drexall Walls C103 flies past his man for the Lion's who were undefeated Bi-Stat conference champs. S--M ,,.,.-? W. of-2?-C' tv ut. - 1 ..v,t,,.i1svfsss2ee A-' A 5' .4 E.: W' V , r WH'-wf, . . , af . Wzwz' f, .,,N gint' :Q ""'N -...J A 1 f. , we A 4 'QQ ff y M ff if Drexall Walls C105 does some fancy dribbling to keep St. Gregory's team from stealing the ball. Chris Matlock C443 gains 2 points for the 29-3 Lions of '83. Chris Matlock C447 and Drexall Walls C105 hold their position on the defense. :,,if'urm., ESIQLCIIFILHPS' 1211351195 fl? :HIPS eff? IT-GI f 'QB Q .H I EBTHi7'CE.IIP5 'li If I :ij I Q s r -rtt .. - ' S at ' N ' C 'i isis.. an 'nis:Q'--,s:1'f:1-1smif- -ww - 1? won 4 , 4 ...Q-ia.. f jf" rr M ll: J? BACK: Coach Bill Crowder, Skip Ray, Jim Bennett, Jim Fairbanks, Jon Olmstead, Nicky Bonds, Randy Williams, Derrick Richardson, Jeff McNight, David Crowder, Scott Carpenter, David Jennings, MIDDLE: Ripper Greenfield, Jim Stevenson, Greg Thornbury, Jerry Anderson, Dale Harpenau, Rob Gee, Jim Augustine, Tony Sagely, Mike Theige, Rance Bighorse, David Bell, BOTTOM: Steve Downing, John Portz, David Wynn, Scott Smith, Stan Flenor, Mike Foster, David Woods, Greg Wilson, Doug Boever. mi LEFT: Head Coach Bill Crowder RIGHT: Asst, Coach Rick Ritschel with Cincinnati Reds scout "i' Julian Mock. UPPER LEFT: Practice, practice, practice!! Derrick Rich- ardson spends summer hours taking grounders at third base. UPPER: Sometimes, however, communication fails in the outfield and this happens. LOWER LEFT: The conference on the mound can perform many duties. ln this case to calm down and restore confi- dence inthe pitcher. The Lions finished the season with a 25-22 overall record. WCC Cottage of the Ozarks. L 9 i P h .1 . WCC Gariand County CC i2 m woo Longvsew, Ks cc P gi WCC Carl Albert JC S WCC indian Hills 12 4 wcc Normarkcc 'i ' oe WCC Indian Hills li . WCC Eastern State, 2 WCC 'Roohesterccf A . . 5 t wcc iowa wesrefh f iwcc Numara it , , TTRA f wco .Connorsitatec A 'lli l .swl WCC Garianld County CC C C WCC Carl Aibert JC C . . wcc Seminole .so A P . WCC Eastern State C C WCC Connors State 1121 WCC NEO 2 WCC College of the Ozarks i 13 l WCC Bacone l 12 A wcc Nao '13 P WCC Bacone 7 - if Reglooai tournament WCC Bacone. T ' A T C 1 4 WCC Murray State,eKy, C r C C 81 L A low-aie.R5oQ+a. 25422 L, Xhifgiiieit .iff '3' Team members are: TOP Dennis Clark, Gerald Ware, Mike Angstead: BOTTOM Butch Carr and Ronny Phelps. Enlfers Learn 5 LU ll 5 Pla .sr-A TOP: Keep your head still, plant your left foot, and keep your left arm straight are all maxims of the golf swing that Coach Ron Richard demon- strates with this five iron shot from the fairway. in RIGHT: Etiquette is almost as important in golf as 41.9 ability. Here team leader Mike Angstead goes Q over a few sand trap rules with Gerald Ware. X .Q as egg, , t .,,,.i.s A N M 3,35 fl! . sw' g T R Q ' ,- in TOP: Ronny Phelps demonstrates his left-handed putting style. Notice his tongue, an integral part of his concentration. UPPER RIGHT: Ronny is a good example of the idea that you should 'throw your club toward the target' during your follow through. RIGHT: Gerald chips with his 'soft touch' grip, a must for around the greens. if S--4 UJCIITIEN 5 THLETIES O .ywwwa 5 . f K 1 1 L -5 was 9' 'five--N-.. OOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOO FIBE-B3 Lllestarh anlq Lions 1 Q, ,Q M ' ,val View in , fA ,,..,.. , .,,,..,,. 3 A ff!! V, ,WJ Zfryy 0' rw.. v,':f,,,m,Zwm:f-Qew.: t Wweaefg f W 1 f f 5 0- U, .. :M x , :inf f,ff:W ,fr 1',v ,jlfl F' 'F ff' 3 ii 5 My X no it ,V FRONT: Annette Saverby Tnya Sharum Missy Cavin lrene Brown Terry Tucker Kelly Etzkorn Beth Tomlin Bonita Johnson BACK: Jan Springs Sarah Raible Kandy Baker Lisa Williams Karen Stephens Felicia Caldwell Jennifer Cress Regina Pillstrom Tracy Rogers Lower Left: Coach Jo Bottoms Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Manager Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Rogers Sallisaw Lonoke Ft. Smith Panama Ft. Smith Booneville Ft. Smith Ft. Smith Charleston Ft. Smith Mulberry Van Buren Cari Albert Muldrow Rogers Arkoma Phllhps Garland Co Phnlhps Co, Y ,,VAAVA , ASEA ASU l ebek Sout rn Bfaeptis, Gari Coy 21' wt, G t igory's V"' sim inole , " arl Albert M Northark jo Eastern State , Connors Rogers State Bacone NEO T01-'mament o ottt ttth .Y,W ,h' a Record t 1 5? '- . f Q5 . '15, i f ffugfs. ,' Q , 'mf who if-if f QQ ef, swag? it 5 ff H ,.t, t , W W W-4? if W L z if iinm l wfffiw' , Wfw?15z'fV' -V .. ' f, ,J , tw s,M2"!y25e,ri"i I, 1 : i T7 l 1:i1f"+4'if., N ' mm wrfirmwi iff ,M ' ,A Wipyf fl .MQ L k,,, , , V, Z ,.,, ,.. . I , ,, K "lf ' , , - A -27 Y af 2 f W Aa W W I Y L L.,. hk, V Top: Kelly Etzkorn C153 tried to take the ball to the basket for the Lady Lions who finished 6-6 in Bi-State play. Lower Lett: Felicia Caldwell C315 ignores the guards from Eastern State as she shoots for 2 points. Lower Right: Kandy Baker 1205, Karen Stephens 1227, and Sarah Raible fight for the ball against the opponents. X . .L,- X Q ' mf -. Q R' . - Q.. i- ' i ,I timmy 5 2 mums NNN ML num mme A Killa: : - as , . Q.-w.M.ww. 'Sa if K Top Left: Kandy Baker tries to keep control of 'Q the ball. Top Right: Kandy Baker C209 loses the ball as she tries for 2 points. Lower Right: Sarah Raible shoots the ball for 2 points against St. Gregory. The Ladies finished 12-14 overall. Y 5 jsifxxx 'v 1 58 x. wif' 13" if .1 , ' ., ' at we D it X N. L L LN up I Q--"K kk Q., 5-...--wade X set their positions for the play. it , Top: Tracy Rogers C135 passes the ball to another Lady Lion as they S XQQF, 5 ,,,., X . W K A it ,,, Q 5 S' y -mn Jw Y 3? 5 gi' his 1: i f in fi? .....v E 'HQ - .Q ., su Q K Q ,- N QS xx Sb M X she passes it, Lower Left: Keiiy Etzkorn C155 keeps the ball from the opponent as Lower Right: Felicia Caldwell C313 tries to tap the ball to one of the Q Lady Lions as she outjumps her St. Gregory's counterpart. 'Y rt . k s i E 15 2 S me 2? 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' .lf x gr ff' ji W RQ ,N '- Jfh fwi A f , 2' 3 1 44 WW OOO Bowling 'Star Fram Flull d lung Stacey Jones, Don Tannehill, and Emily Haw- thorne comprised the team that won both the fall and spring semester bowling titles. This was the fifth year in the last six that a Jones led team has won the overall crown. 3's Company with Dan Werhley, David Meeks and David Bergstrom took second. RIGHT: Cindy Culpepper led the women with a 152 average. She also took high game and high series honors. ABOVE: Preston Williams led the mixed league with a 153 average in the mens category. RIGHT: Carl Flemons main- tained a 110 average from his wheelchair. S 3-on-3 Basketball Flag Football E H5 Tal-iETitlEs A group of athletes from Van Buren formed an intramural team named GAKS and stole the show taking the flag football and 3-on-3 basketball crowns. Comprised of Rodney Wiley, David Needham, and Brad Crosson they claimed basketball. In the fall, Kevin Nun- ley, Roy Castillo, Steve Hamlin, Darrell Wheeler, and Harold Luids joined to romp with flags. TOP: ls he dancing a jig or avoiding having his flag pulled? MIDDLE: A good fake seems to have the defense bumping into each other. BOTTOM: Gerald Ware kicks up some dust as he heads to- ward soon-to-be flag pullers. 63 - 1 64 , - 'W , 'hmm ' YLL -ME 1 w w Mmm-:Q W f , N K M w 1 -f':wa1,w . ,- - . YQWSWVKSQEMQKQQXSMQQ 'bftaxw N ,L 65 HQ E QQQ '22 QQ? Q99 3 - 5 F if QQ? F QE iii E- QQQ QQ 645 Q 3 5 ww Q Q3 Hamid Abbaszadeh Manko Abla Jihad Abu-Hus-sian Bob Adams Marcia Adams Stacy Adams Monica Albright Curuth Alexander Sharon Allen George Alviar Allison Anderson Cherie Anderson Laurie Anderson Mike Angstead ' Toshlhiro Arima Abdollrahmar Arjomadi Cathy Armstrong Maudie Armstrong Amy Arnold Lisa Arnold Lori Arnold Cindy Ashley Debbie Ashworth Bubba Askins Carrie Atwell Donna Aviston Allen Aren ,Awww W 'ffjff fp, ff fWff ffffff xW iff ffvffff X 1 ff f ' 5, Z , tw Wy? ft f X M ,, ,fe ,.L ,,. ..,.. f 1 y r y f f , , W, g fe f 2 ff 9 2 f f' 3 1 5:4 4 "' 'S J G: ' f ...ff ' "Being identical twins is not all fun and games like switching iden- tities with each other," agreed Lisa and Lori Arnold, two experts in the field. "But it's nice always having someone to do things with." Lori and Lisa are a pair of identical twins who are familiar figures around campus. With a grin on their faces, they had several amusing tales of mistaken identi- ties and double vision to tell. "l think the funniest incident that ever happened to us occurred when we were both working at a local restaurant," commented Lisa. "This drunk came in and the first person he saw was Lori at the f' salad counter. She asked him if he wanted a salad and he said 'No, maybe some other time.' He then came on down the line and l asked him what he would like to drink. When he was about to re- ply, he looked at me and said, 'Boy, you can sure move fast! Then he looked back and saw Lori still at the salad bar and said 'Or is there two of you. How much did l have to drink?' I thought it was so funny," concluded Lisa. "Being a twin isn't bad at all," commented Lori. "The worst thing is that you're sometimes treated like the two of you are one. You're expected to share al- most everything and still be hap- py about it. When we were small- Dixie Lee Ayers Gary Baber Carla Babitzke Lela Bailey Cathy Bain Darci D. Baker Kandy Baker Curtis Ball Lori Ball Deborah A. Balls Mike Banic Vicki Barger Paula Barr Polly Baron Nola Baublit Sandra Bean Charles Beasley David Bell er, we always got the same gifts, but in different colors. lt made us think that people did not think ahead and plan our gifts." f ,A , . I ADT' W if , i Tu 'ri 'ii' "1 i 'Q f 1 1 ,. ..,. Jeffery E. Bell Margie Bell Judy Benn T.J. Bennett George Benton David Bergstrom Teresa Berry Danny Beshoner Leigh Ann Beshoner Greg Best Terry Bibbs Jane Bieker Andrea Binns Dennis Binz Amy Bird Avis Birdwell Doug Bishop Gayle Black David Bergstrom talks to one of the representatives from ATU on College Day, Oct. 5 as Dawn Nevel looks on. l X1 WWW , H yz zfrm- fQ LZ -r , ,, nf, ' 'CZ " 5 ww .V If i, .Wai ffm- A -f-fr i AW, f , ,. 'sa , , M' 491,45 '42 riff? fs' fc , , 1 f 2 rw f I If ft fl 1: f M ' Zh l , Jo, - 2 , I 'IZ f M M i W i V , K ,it , fi rx Q ? 152 Q is 2 4 I X if F 1 Y , , t if " Janet Blanton Kenny Blaschke Charles Bolling Nicky Bonds James Boswell Nlitcheal Bottoms Bobby Bowen Sharon Bowen Nancy Bowens Sheryl Bowlin Kevin Boyd Nicki Boyd Tina Boyd Debra Bracken Brent Bradley Diedra Bradley Linda Bragg Diann Brammer Donna Branch Paul Branch Kimberly Brannon James Bransletter Louie Brashears Janice Breeden Laura Brody Angie Brown Becky Brown Geraid M. Brown Nancy Brown David K. Broyles, Jr. Shannon Brunner June Buffington Cecil Buford Julie Bugg Becky Bugh Bryan Bull Karl Bullard Rosetta Burkhart Deborah Lynne Burns Daniel Burnside Van Burrough Melody Burrowgh Glenna Jo Taylor-Buxton Felicia Green Caldwell Sonya Callahan Brent Cardweil Mike Carmack Pat Carmack Scott Carpenter Angela Carr Stephanie Carr James R. Carroll Lane Carter Linda Carter lf? is f if 'rw 2 KAMQVH , . 4 , Lwywn-rf'fQ,.wZ1'e - is ,f V, 'Q ' 1 ' ,-Wiz f, ,uf , I , W if 4 my 4 vm , 7' 144.5321 1 4 .. rfgv ff 4 d 1 O1 . .M J W i Q, ,Oh 'lt's probably the best bargain in data processing today," according zo Ray Sparks, director of data pro- :essing His assessment of WCC's 1ew IBM 4331 computer takes into account its initial cost and capabili- ues. Sparks said the 4331 has a storage capacity four times greater than the IBM 3701135 it replaced. The new model also executes instructions twice as quickly, produces one- iourth the heat and uses one-fifth the electricity. The old system took longer to com- plete instructions partly because it was a 1970 model and reflected the l limited technology of that time, but also because it had only 17 termi- nals. The new system with "state of the art" cathode ray tubes has 42 terminals installed. However, "it can be up-graded to nearly two times the present num- ber oi terminals and add 5071 more memory," Sparks added. The change takes only a few hours and would provide 79 terminals. "This is our long term plan over the next five years," beamed the data processing director. Through available software Sparks said. "lt's capable of handiing al- most anything you would want to Reiny Cash Gena Castagnola Roy Castiliow Shawn Caudle Teresa Caves Missy Cavin Lori Chatfey Kim Chapman Nancy Chappeil Ratha Chatman Tom Chatman Joe Chester John D. Chester Sandra Childers Jennifer Chmieiewski Lori Christian Barbara Clark Dennis Clark put into it." The system at present handles data processing, student histories and registration. Its finan- cial applications include WCCi's pay- roii, accounts payable and financial aid. A career investigation package, which students may use through the counseling department tests their aptitude in a particular fieid. The addition of the IBM 4331 has been a iarge step in Westark's goal: "To provide the support necessary for state of the art computer pro- grams and support of the adminis- trative needs. of the college," con- cluded Sparks. '73 The crowded Campus Shop shows signs of days before classes start. 74 Tim Clatman Carla Coleman Lisa C. Colley Stefan Colliflower Angie Collins Kelli Collins Josie Combs Pam Cook Rebecca Coonrod Carrie Cooper Marlbel Corredor Dan Cotta Keith Cottingham Edward Cowan Mary Cox Rhonda Cox Roberta Cox Mary Alesla Craig ig, ,AA M 'LW A , ? rf W lr Wx M 1 E, " ie' f l l Mark Crane Jennifer Cress Ann Crew Julie Crockett Nick Crockett Linda Crovella Cynthia Culpepper Shelly Cumbie Dung Dai Julian Dalton Shlrl Darnell Megan Daugherty Angie Davis Debbie Davis Henry Davis Ray Davis Vennie Davis Lisa Day Floyd Dean Coy Deer Melinda Deer Carol Deffenbaugh Doreen Deleon Jamal Dimes Kelly Dohrn Roger Donovan Denise Doss Dawn Dowty Delinda Draper Larry Driggers Johnny Ducharme James Duplantis Martha Durossette Patti Eacret Rose Eckelhoff Candace Eddy Jonathon Edington Jody Edwards Tammy Eggers Rida El-Ayyoubi Susie Elkins James Elliff Olivia Ellingberg Donna Elliott Vicki Elmore Gwen El-Talib Claudene Embry Fred Embry Yumi Endo Larry Engel Bill Engles Eva La Donna English Larry Escalante Kelly Etzkorn -5,92-2 M qw ffrr A, lrrrrr J r if .3 .. - K I -,'v , ,- ' l E , 1 W 91 V, ff 1 gf! ff jlggyn Y' rv I , f f V M 1 aff , mv 4 Arg! f 'T fl ff f W if wwf f ff f 9 f rr gg! af 1 rf X My Q 5 Z 9 rr 6 F f an ff ln if xi lg ht,,. ,ll,l M Asa...g H 'Erfl' x 42 f ..,,fMf as l if as r , gf 1 l ,Af 3 X 'R f f KY ' nfl 4 5' gf: 4, A of irr ','- r A 4 V ' L l ,ull it l l l l l gd ,Wg 'wars 9, 2 f 1 W, f f wif fr , fgf 4 ,ff , rf ffm W f y 1 I , y Q X f f W , f .., W fi v if f 4 r 2 Af 3,1 PM H7392 was , fa , l l jffff 4 li' Jim Fairbanks Kerri Fairchild John Faires Jacque Fate La Donna Feimster Jeffery Fenwick Steve Fischer Sarah Fisher Carl Flemmons Mike Forrester Oluwole Forster Allen Fortney Brett Foster Tina Foster Betty Franklin Lance Franklin Judy Franz Annette Freeman I gies. iid Students at the Young Re publicans meeting in Novem ber discuss election strate John Frost Sharon Frost Lesa Fuller Eddie Fulton Sherri Fulton Janet Gantt Lourdes Garcia Doris Carrett Brian Gary Randy Gattis Renee Gattis Jeta Gayken Amy Gean Donna Gehrki Barbara Geopfert Andy George Greg Geren Randall Geren Time magazine named them, collec- tively, "Man of the Year" for 1982 although they are neither human nor singular. Westak has a new one courtesy of the WCC foundation. They are personal, or micro, com- puters and the psychology depart- ment installed its first Apple ll+ in December. ' According to psychology instructor Linda Gibbons, the computer will provide a new approach to teaching. Gibbons designed a tutorial program which students may use along with standard textbook and lecture ma- terials. Gibbons was first interested in personal computer use as a teaching aid after seeking programs used at Oklahoma and Texas col- leges. l ill i. .-A-s The programs "force student inter- action," according to Gibbons, al- lowing some to jump ahead when material is mastered and staying at the same level for those who need to go slower. The main advantage may be that computers force students to be ac- tively involved in the learning pro- cess. "Although we use tapes and overhead projections outside of class, students who are having trou- ble mastering the material 'tend to be too passivei The computer forces them to make decisions to interact with the computer." The first disk contains information on classical conditioning. The only major drawback is the amount i ,.. . , ,, r J 1 ia' i f E.,---if-,M ,ft . , ul., . which can be present on the screen at one time. In making the simples possible explanation Cso it will fit ol the screen.J you run the risk of being incorrect. Gibbons said the foundations mon ey was well spent because the com- puter was "within reasonable cost as computers gog but was too muclf for the division to buy." Jeff Gibbs Donna Gibson Velma L. Gibson David Gilbreath Jimmy Gilbreath Juletta Gilbreath Dawn Gillham Anthony Giiyarcl Luther Gilyard Stacy Girdner Amy Glenn Floye Glenn Bobby Gildewell Ann Gomez Kelly Goodrich Roxanne Goodson Michelle Goodwin Dan Gordon Stephanie Caldwell Gordon Denise Goss Carmen Graham Gayla Graham Roger Graham Trent Graig Tina Granger Arleen Gray Gary Grayston Johnny Green Rechenda Green Tommy Gregory Tommy Griffin Wyatt Griffin Mark Griffith Stephanie Griffith Bryan Grober Derald Groomer Michael Groomer Barbara Gudgeon Tim Gunter Libby Gurien Lisa Haag Mohamed Hadi Emad Mohd Hajjar Earlene Hall Jeanne Hall Karen Hall Judith Hammack Pat Hamnock Bruce Hanna get 1' ff -V f f MW' ffv -, 'fail Jefffv Hanna i Quentin Hanns M Melissa Hanry ' Q Charlotte Harman i i Cathy Harrison iiiti 1 1 H' W l v . ff' MW ,fl fa 5, i VWMQ, 2 iziiiizrifwf, .hlietagitv ' lei 'H 4-my A fairer fir 64 'M rf ' 'ff V 1 gf W, ,, 5 Q, of 5 Win if ig ' 7 f, , ,, Jerry Hartwell Cami Harvel Becky Hassler Jackson Hawkins Jimmy Hawkins Pamela Haynes Dianna Heathcott Richard Hecker Lori Helms John Hembra Patty Hensley Bettye Henson Jonathon Hermani Melinda Hermani Larry Herod Joe J. Herrmann Richard Herron John l-lewett Dan Harrald sings with the Pep Band at one of the ballgames Larry D. Hilbern Adam Hicks Linda Hicks David A. Hile Andre Hill Lisa Hill Leah Hilton Teresa Hinton Le An Hoang Pamela Hobbs Rick Hobbs Kim Hobman Rebecca Hobson George W. Hodge, Jr. Carol Holland Teresa Holleman Mark Holliman Tammy Holsenbeck lt takes only minutes instead of hours to register at Westark with the advent of the early registration pro- cedure utilizing WCC's computer system. Several students were reg- istered in as few as ten minutes, but some complained of having to wait as long as one and a half hours. ln previous years, one couIdn't even get an I.D. card in one and a half hours. "This system gave sophomores a better chance for getting needed classes for graduation," reported counselor Cheryl Peters. Sopho- mores interviewed highly praised the system saying the improvement in their class schedule was phenom- enal. Students also benefitted from the use of a new computerized waiting .ts ,... -' ESEEE?RE?3iig 14' ': S ' " wffjs it K Q s SN S R X5 QT 5 W . .. its , X yi ' N ' X , K at , . i ei 5 'I r i 5. X nm YR ul si -ms X - ,.-,:-- f, ..,...., g..:5g':g Ks. E Wit i ii" 'QAP A .R 7 i list program that was used in this registration period. This program checked full classes for an opening, and then displayed a student waiting list for that class. There is even a possibility in the future of creating a new section if there are enough stu- dents waiting for a particular class. ,- . ifl EF x This use of computers allowed s eral Westark students to be mitted to classes that, before, tl would never have known that thi was an opening. Cynthia Hill enrolling students with a com er terminal. 1-4, ef x x X ss s ,K 5? is is X is is 555 ss gg 3, s X l ir? is NA 3 was is M X QOQWSEXN " 2 '- sswsifzi' rsh sf f :Eg : .". ."..r:-- : ' S 5 . . I . .. x S ss ss gg J- Sondra Honea Charla Hooker Linda Hooten Virginia Hopkins Belinda Hoskins Bryon Houck Rett Howard Rhonda Howard Edward C. Hoyle Leea Hunsucker Karen Hulsey Brad Hyman Camella lngram Shellie lnman Donny lvy Kelly lvy David Jackson Nancy Jackson Willie Jackson Karri James Stephen Jarrell Rick Jeffery Bonita Johnson John Johnson Joni Johnson Terry Johnson Wilda Johnson i ,.:kx51.L.1.,-M. ,, ,i5,,, -wifi.-Q ,:-.15wm:w..auAwxs14.-2im:gawk,,,,,.- -,:A-efQmw w1ke2zg2f:wwffmwisem: if k, 45,1 69 ,,f, ,V 2 Q S Qi K ? 2 i i M 2: f , K 3 - Q 5 5 E Y V if W E 'Sf E ? i Q S 1 lliilvinyzffww i f, ,.,., -W A M, ,, .,,k gf, ,, ' -' -'Si igvgfisfiifwfzf-'M qw' - - wi. Q ?gmzfaL-- 7-V7 , . .... - ,,, A-N, -, in V V 'il W W :a , , ms "' V' S is 4' ,Lx M , 3 - - .,,, w ' L K . Z.. ,,...1 , V,Z. V V V W i , 5 F M l in 1 ' ' ' + M. ' 5f'mif1f L. IKL 'ir Q' J H Q1 23? ,, V , , A Q Y Y' 3 if x 'E , 7' y :wifi L ,, 'Z H ' 1 ,, S,, T 2 . 52 Q 5 iw: " 3 vm' wg, ,, EM ,. . ' W , - 4 Z ,, l 1 ' , av- ,K f " Q , 3 ,H , ,, ,. I 6 asf ' . if if! ,L ki ., I V 4 K , .,b. R fwf1if2g33ggi:Qg',sm ., T lf. ,W - ,- . . Hiiifl- . . :Q-:g:sg?r:s1ry,-4-5 ff- - f A ,.- N W .F f 4, . S 3? ve ,Ns K x ' 1 s 0 0 O 0 0 0 O O Homecoming HB3 OCJOGOOO This years homecoming held suspense for five young ladies, as everyone waited impatiently for the 1983 Homecoming Queen to be announced. The five contestants were: Standing-Donna Lowery, Laura Osborne, Tammy Zeiler, and Seated-Janette Williams, and Janet Caldarera. Right-Janet Caldarera, 1983 Homecoming Queen, received a congratulations kiss from her father, Tom Caldarera. B6 iw-ff ,ff 0 O O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 C FIB Blalzl-1 Heritage OOOGOCJOOCDDC OC On February 19, the first Mr.!Miss Black Heritage were named. Linda Williams, 18, art major, member of STEP Qof Fort Smithy, freshman, plans to transfer to UALR. Tony Kelleybrew, 19, bas- ketball team, treasurer of STEP Cof Fort Smithj, sophomore, from Lonoke. The runners-up were: fm, 'wfxfawzfffx' Lui., , , , F re all nd Gund LLlEH, 9Ul". ..l'm Hrahu Upper photos: Then and now . . . Dr. Kraby as he appeared in 1975 when he was hired as WCC president and as he looked only a few weeks before his leaving Ft. Smith. Left: He wasn't all business especially when seen on the softball field, golf course, basketball court, tennis court . . . Above: In 1975, Dr. Kraby was active with the Vietnamese refugees who were located at Ft. Chaffee. After serving eight years as president of Westark, Dr. James Kraby announced his resignation to take on the presidency of Central Arizona College, a seven campus community college system. It would take more space than is available to express the feelings toward Jim, his family, and his impact on WCC and Ft. Smith. Let it be sufficient to say, "Thank you, you've been a good lead- er, a good friend, a good man . . . good luck, we'Il miss you." Graduation 165 students received diplo- mas or certificates in the fall commencement and 473 were equally honored at the spring exercises. While the number of students who attended the ceremonies was less, the num- ber of actual graduates was an all-time high. The fall exercises ' the Breedlove Auc the more traditional spring ceremony was conducted in thesym-s 1 s s ssps ei DOCOCDOCDOOOOC Brenda Jones Karen Jones Kim Jones Lisa Jones Lois F. Jones Lynn Jones Norma Jones Pam Jones Sheila Jones James Jordon Dennis Kaiser Kimberly Kay Sherry Keen Kim Keeny Nick Keeter Hakin Khirfan Jeff Kimes Daria T. King Jeff King Randall King Sarah King Laura Kiein Robert Koenig Suzette Kraiewski Twana Krudwig Linda Kuykendaii Dale Lamb 1 I .f1ili2j' 5 X , ' 554551323 J f .i ea CQX? , , ' 225 4 i fyg, f 9 ..,,, ,, .,,, af f ,, f r , Q 5 Q iff f ff a , M i , A , 1: 4 n M W 4 fgx 2:6 , 4 4 3 ihlis f,, M ,fffffzff Ona Magee Roberta Mahamrnahl Deedra Mann Randy Marshall Anita Martin Clifford Martin Martha Martin Meredith A. Martin Stephanie Martucci Katie Massey Shanna Maxey Laura McAllster Leslie McBride Scott McBride Kim McCartney Sandy McClellan Michael McClurkin Twila McCollon mx e X K V14 1 ,, l 1, 'L l',, , " V, 3 l Roger W. McConnell Mac McGinnis Susan L. McKinney Marion McKinzie Peggy McLoughlin Cheryl Mc Mahan Bob McMahon Karen McMahon Aaron C. Meird Janet Melendez Chris Mendenhall Alvaro Meneses David Metcalf Rick Meyer Judy Michael Tracy Mickel Bobbie Miller Dorothy Miller Lee Miller Fred Millican Shelia Mitchell Carrie Moon Betty Monney Carla Monneyharn Cynthia Moore Lisa Moore James Moreton Mike Moreton Kim Morgan Phillip Morgan Sherry Morris Tammy Morris Carla Morse Dawn Morse Pam Morse Betty Moses Kay Moles Phillip Mulligan Marchie Murdock John D. Murphy Michele Murray Taufig Musa David Myers Tammy Myers Kazumoto Nabeshima Renee Neal Sabrina Needham Linday Neilhouse Juli Nelson Dawn Nevel Daymon Newman Lori Newman Martha Newman Duc Nguyen , A ....:: 5 1.5. Y ex' .xii . 5 ' gs - X. : , k . .9 .1 .sw . ii' N , gi g lil. i - 155.5 i -1 -: . s XRS S Xl-rr .M ex 5 O ls.-f Q 11.92 ..x,,, li Hoa Nguyen Hoa V. Nguyen Sherri Nguyen Mark Nicely Brenda Nolen Kevin Nunley Donald Odle James Odle Robert Ohlde John D. Ollis David Opitz Mark A. Orshaw Dean Osborn Jon Osborn Laura Osborne D.K. Butch Ostlund Marlene Owens Michael Oxford if-sf' f CEL v ' 1""Q - - .il M? lg seg Rebecca Parker and Robert Ohlde participated in Barrier Awareness Day by spending the clay with a handicap Alp Ozelmas Craig Pair Paul Paladino Rhonda Palmer Kimberly Parker Rebecca Parker Shu-Shu Parker Treopia Parker Missy Parr Glenn Parrish Karla Patrick Kim Payne Phil Payton Tracy Peer Mark Pedrin Pam Pendleton Mike Pennington Dorothy Peques 'X xi , i Q ,,,,m ,. -, Anticipation! Students , standing in line at lunch ik time. 96 . ' gk if A xv 1- 'Q P , I if 5 3 1 - k 1 YN A .. M-M, i My s ffilf it I S fl .. in ii, - zeg m.,w,m,,,..i--- . r , 1 T - ' - N gt af' Q Q-Exe gg K 16. ,Q 8 Y r N QQ E 'F 3 bxgks t tti, y If ss-if 5 ? X x Q .wg 15 55215 Hifi 'fi eiggigsfisfxssessfs- w c-if,-.ifzrerw sf 3 .fgsgj as Reg . me 3 News ri S mmm l xiii rw is gli gixi IG .4 Margaret Perect Terri Perez Nancy Prry Phil S. Perry Tina Perry Emmy Peugh Ronny Phelps Deborah Pilger Regina Pillstrom Mary Jo Poindexter Vickie Popa John Portz Brenda Posey Sheila Posey James L. Pouncey Sheila Powell Gary Prda Karen Preston Carol Price Ronald Prince Tim Prock Donny Pruitt Susan Quick Wendy Quick Sarah Raible Nancy Ralph Thurairaiah Ranlit Shawn Rapert Leanna Rasberry Laura Rathburn Darrel Ray Melissa Ray Peter Raymond Bill Rebsamen Ricky Reddell J. Duncan Redfield Kimberly Reding Doug Ree Jamie Reedy John W. Reehl Lisa Reeves Michael Reeves Carol Regan Shelly Reinschmiedt John Reith Linda Richards Curtis Richardson Mary Richmond Robin Richmond Virginia Riddle Dana Ridenhour Mary Riggs Mike Ritchie Carolyn Roberts ...ad A is ,. .nm-as 4? rl ss. 4- . wfw-UM.-M, ,., ' "' ' ' wfsuu wuupvf . . , ,. ,L Tl,--,, ' T QQ: "tf4,.,"9?i3ff9 r3'i'f3"' "4-1,1 W T, T' AX 'wwffutf' v-wit 4QAu'i31?i' ff' :' ' "'-f A sy'vx2'4' -1 s, bg-1 wSzQw,, gy ,544 Q, Ng Y 'I ' X T 1, QV , ' V ., l wi- - , . f V .wwe-, yy T," lf- u 4 A' " 'iffillnwtlmftnki Denise Roberts Patsy Roberts Teresa Robertson Kattle Robinson Ross Robinson Sylvia Robinson Jim Rogers Lisa Rogers Tracy Rogers James Ross Jess Roy Paula Russell Todd Russell Mike Sackett Graciela Salinas Mohammed Sami Kerri Sampson Tammy Renee Sanders T enrollment Crowded parking lots and crowded sidewalks are one good sign of Westark s high Becky Sanford Vasana Sayarath Vicki Scalia Pam Scarbrough Tim Schichtl Gail Scott Angie Schoen Jeffrey Scott Doris Schoeppey Tim Sebastion Evelyn Schluterman Doug Schoenfeld Sharon Renee Scott Pam Seiter Hishashi Sekimo Pamela Selph Scott Shadd JoAnnette Sharp When someone mentions identi- cal twins, a person's initial thoughts are usually of two little angels thinking, acting, and dress- ing as one. This is a false impres- sion. Almost nothing could be far- ther from the truth in the case of Johnny and Ronnie Ducharme. "Twins branch out and form their own independent styles as do oth- er brother and sister pairs," they both agreed. Johnny and Ronnie happen to be a pair of identical twins attending Westark. Though the physical re- semblance is remarkable, they both agree that their personal- ities differ greatly. But, as with most twins, they were dressed alike when they were smaller. 100 While some sets of twins prefer to spend most of their time togeth- er, this is not the case with the Ducharmes. Johnny reflected, "During the fall semester of 1982, Ronnie went to college else- where. Of course l missed him but there were some advantages to being the only kid at home. l did everything when l wanted and didn't have to wait for him. Now that he's back and attending Wes- tark, l have to take his wishes into account but l don't mind." Though society may have tried to force Johnny and Ronnie Du- charme into the mold of one per- son, it was a definite failure. The two have emerged as lovable, but separate, identities. F. as Q Q Johnny O C Ronnie 9 Lataua Shelton Melanie Shelton Waleed Shubber Bruce Shopfner Robyn Shores Tim Simarci Jeffrey Simpson William Sleeper Alana Smith Diane Smith Lynn Smith Mike Smith Steven Smith Tana Smith Tayna Renee Snoggs Annette Souerbry Joy Southerland Stephanie Speers Fontreba Speir Theodore Spencer Robbie Spoon Terri Spradlin Brenda Springer Michael Springer Jan Springs Laura Stambaugh Nancy Steel Eula Syrilla Steele Larry Stegall Karen Stephens Traci Stephens Kenny Stevenson Robert Stewart Wade Stewart Gallen Stokes Robert Stone Kenneth Storment Walter L. Stouffer Vernielle Street Amy Stringer Marzoug Swelem Susan Taff LaShawn Talley Merry Tankersley Lisa Tasler Kim Taylor Penny Taylor Ronnie Teague Joyce Terrell Larry Terry Linda Terry Tami Thomas Harley R. Thompson Greg Thornbury ,Lw,lJIaj' i M7 " , A L ??'i'fzL , f f V ,i ' fI'. i t A AJ, - 4, 5 ,5 irr G is '1 ,,,,. 'Q 5 X I Y m1mA,A , 5 mm,. s , .. ' 'ii 1f:LilI-1" gi 1 Marsha Thorrnan Mike Todd Jeffery Tole item Price Nike Sport Shoe .,.,.,4,.,...,..... ....,, 40 .00 12 hours WCC tuition Qin districtj .... . ..'. 234.00 Levi's 501 jeans , ....4.. . ..4,. . . , ., Pizza inn Buffet ., ......... Movie Average Date . .... .,,., Coke .4....,4,.,.,.,....... Miikshake ,..,...,., . ,..... .. Southwest Times Record , . , ,, Medium Pizza ,.,.. ,....,.. Gas-Regular ...,... ..... Gas-Unleaded ,... Concerts 4..,.. Skating .,... Album ,,., A.,. Record .....,...,4 Cigarettes ,.,A. . , . , . 6'pack Michelob ,.., Bowling ,,.,.,.,. Polo cologne , . Time Magazine Polo sweater .,,. , .. Polo shirt ..,....4.....,A lzod sweater .....,,,.,.. Lauren perfume Q2 oz.J .... Dress .,.,.....,.,.....,... Ebony Magazine . Y,.,. ., Video Game ...,. . . , nie Pum s Con p ....., Cosmopolitan Magazine 19.99 , .,,, 2.99 . , . , . 3,50 35.00 .. .EG ,,.25 , 8.91 . 94.9 . .... 99,9 12.00 . 3.50 . 8.98 . 1.45 . 1,00 . 3.39 , 1.25 18.00 , 1.50 86.00 52,00 4000+ 22.50 7500+ . 1,75 ., .25 45.00 . 1.75 Beth Tomiin Chee Kiong Tong Stephanie Toran Jana Townsend Dat Tran , A Ung Van Tran Tracy Travis Melanie Traylor ,, Laura Trickett s .iel i Tom Trosper r T ..r s ETX i ii.. i.ii S TE Gina Trotter Terry Tucker Vickie Tudor Leon Turner Marilyn Tuttle inflated, deflated, state of recession, and state of depression are all adjectives that describe the twists of fate that the American dollar made in the 1982-1983 school year. The price of activities and pasttimes varied widely but the NUMA staff has attempted to present an accurate representation of the prices of favorite items and pasttirnes. ,103 Charlotte Tyler Pam Underwood Andrew Valenti Ann Valenti David Vancleave Teresa Vandervort Don Van Sandt Deanna Vaughn John Vaughn Mark Vaughn Dolores Vest Dana Vickery Brenda Vinsant Jeff Vire Brenda Waelber Carolyn Wagner Alwina Waldon Drexel Walls Student director Jeff Vire discusses set design with members of his crew for the production of Agatha Cristie's "Mousetrap," Les Ward Brenda Watkins David Watkins Lesa Waverton Terri Weaver Sara Webb Linda Weese Eric Weidman Brenda Weir Bryan Weir Michelle Weisenfels Francis Wells Constance Weiner Starla Welty Cynthia Wendlandt Darrel Wheeler Elane Wheeler Dee White Denise White Kim White Frank Whiting Becky Whitledge Gigi Whitlock Norman Whitman Jonsye Whitson Shireen Wiles Kay Willadsen Julie Willard Brady Williams Cathy Williams Cheryl Williams Julius Williams Jerry Williams Karen A. Williams Leslie Williams Linda Williams Preston Williams Randy Williams Scott Williams Gail E. Williamson Mark Williamson Nlargeret Willis Wanda Wilson Belinda Wimberly Michael Winters Michelle Wise Dorothy Wood Richard Wood George Ulrich David Wright Donna K. Wright Larry Wright Sheila Wright Cheryl Young ix K X 2 l-:-ss: :,:sa.,:, ' K1 iso- Q 5,5 N N3 'Nil' N sgsgx NWN X X is vi es i S we x is 3 ls N s X ESX KN N x N is so X si Sass l x sis N ,...,,,... N l .. X N is E g N s N X i as N X X is X l... Igbi r 5 N NNN 1 is i X xg - Q W . sf' t ca s .sf -A w e ,. 3- . Hs li - si Q i E K ' ' Roy Young :f+itfetQQ.s, 'N X Zmm s W t Steve Young A' Essam Faveed Yousel tt iikftgx Yasin Yousif Mahmoud Zaghmouri was if- XEA1 -.-. - if , .j i 1- lj' Lynn Zechiedrich Tammy Zeller if s if in g Fashions These styles of dress could be seen by anyone walking around the Westark campus. There was the "preppy look," a 'tvalley" style of dress, and a growth in the punk look. The interchanging and mixing of these looks was done to create a unique and very personalized style. The preppy look was a more or less traditional style of dress. It usually consisted of "Polo" or "lzod" shirts and sweaters teamed with designer jeans or Levis 501 Cbutton-down fly, shrink-to-fitb. However, an unwritten law of prep was to never be seen in new jeans. With these faded jeans came boat shoes Cusually without socksj or an old favorite, loafers. All of this combined to create a crisp, clean cut look that almost everyone enjoyed. The "valley" look is one that is a little less traditional but no less attractive than the preppy look. This look consisted of a variety of unconventional items such as calf length pants, knickers, and mini skirts made of traditional fabrics, such as tweed. Usually combined with this were white or pastel colored hose as a finishing touch. The most radical style of dress undoubtedly belonged to the punkers. This style of dress was rnore or less reminiscent of the 50's look. This group also wore the mini skirt but it was usually made of the material that sweat pants are made of to be worn with brightly colored hose. A style sported by some on dressier occassions was the popular tuxedo look. This was bib-fronted style blouses with wing tipped collars and bow ties. These were to be worn with tuxedo style pleated trousers and maybe even cummerlands, More accessories were also utilized during this period. Wide belts made a comeback along with low- heeled pumps and flats. Low-heeled boots called walking boots were also to be seen around campus along with more and more gold jewelry. There were gold leaf earrings and pins and, ofcourse, gold add-a- bead necklaces. One, two, even three of these necklaces were often worn at once. ln short, the fashion forecast in the 1982-83 school year was to be yourself with skirt lengths varying from mini to maxi and styles ranging from the most conservative to a few really "different" looks, everyone managed to find something that tit both their personality and mood. ,. , -rg '?2Y"Q3f't.-:rPr1" .Q '- ,I , 3- 1145.3 'gf , ,- :r'v2f,.w: ' ' 1,6 v' ,a x I ,qw-'y1i', " ,' sax - -rfxfyw 31'-pf-:'g.4 g bay- 3 i I . 'QE l 5 HUMRHITIES illilip--1 TEGHHULUGU , ,C . 1.x..k-,s.m5,,g,-RV, ,S el wvxe. ., , ., Kim EYES , - SEHUIGES GUMMUHITU W SGIEHGE HHTUNRL 'i -- 'i' QM DEUELUDMEHTHL EHUGHTIUH HEHLTH UHGUPRTIUHS -m!!E I my INSTHUE - 4 .... iii! 1 'P W , ,. f V-.VU -' ,. , ' ' . mlm t r 1 1 SUGIRI B BEHHUIURRI SGIEHGE i i ' 1 ?'f'2'fifZl1i'-'id1' 51551 35-115'iJi 'agfg 5 , ' x-.fi 1 w . f fy? . G-555-13 as- " ea gsicgxvizfl-N Sf-JE is F 'fn'-F1 " 11.11. 125 X331 "'f'f2-eil' ' 51:19 FTF .-1 : -:Qcfpr L' ' f E231 ,, ' ,Q A v -xe.':F-'F ' EIIIII. Silk!!! BK Euard Elf Trustees 'IU' .-1-..,,,+,:w mi' snug' Top Row Dr. James Burgess Chairman Bill Thompson Vice-Chairman Conaly Bedell Secretary Sam Sicard Treasurer Lower Row Shanon Bridges Larry Clark Nancy Llewellyn Edward CSandyJ Sanders Lucille Speakman NWN ww. Ur. James ITI. Hrehq. LUeeterH Eemmunitq Eellege President 2eA , he 4 i M-ndkfnliilhlif' SEE LLlesterH'e Vice Presidents ,45 A 'fm Dr. James Shane-Vice President for Instruction Joel Stubblefield-Vice President for Finance and Administration tg Q Q K - ..- S159-. I ,vis iv ,Q Q. L ,. J ' .F 35:5 J :-- , S- -- . . . X i .....,..,m,,- .ff f K Dr. Jack Cutler-Vice President for Student Affairs We Richard Hudson-Vice President for Planning and Development Director Of Staff Development Dr. Gordon Watts Director Of Evening And Special Programs Harold Hile NWI 'Wil wguwwwflyai T' fm'-N. N 4 N fm. Director Of Public Information J ff Xe- Director Of Community Service Sandi Sanders Sondra LaMar Clefty-Director and Linda Miiler-Secretary Director Of PersonneIfEEO Kathleen Lease, mx Director Of Co-op Education Sandy Stocks. W CDO 000 Admissions And Records Betty Nixon-Assistant to the Regis- trarg Dennis Cash-Director of Ad- missions and Records, Holly Schlu- terman-Assistant to the Registar, Cynthia Hill-Input Operator, and Mary Edmisten-Assistant to the Registrar. O O f O00 Business Office Seated: Machelle Steward-Cashier, Tammy Stout Accounting Assistant Karla Payroll Officer and Genelle Yates Bus: Debbie Breedlove-Accountant, and Coplin Accounting Assistant Dave New ness Manager Becky Ray-Accounting Assistant. ton Accounting Supervisor Tammy Tally Audio- Visual Back: Will Day, Butch Ostlund, Jack Gorham-Director of Audio Visual. Front: Linda Pardue. Learning Resource Center Max Burns-Director of Learning Resource Center. Margie Hicks, Sue Street, Pat Parker, Carolyn Fillipelli. f 1 f Nurse Ellene Rebsamen Stacey Jones Director Of Student Activities WMWIMMWM in ff" f 'Msg Word Processing Purchasing Gary Perry-Purchasing Agent. Betty King-Secretary. 7 1 V tt,t ' t f it? N Standing-Irene Stricklin, Faye Jones-Office Manager, Ruth Ann Nelson. Seated-Dorothy Forst, Katy Brake. J , pay if WWWMMW '14 .MM Da ta Processing Front Row: Pamela Franco-Applications Programmerg Pamela Celeste Vorster-Computer Operator: Ray Sparks-Director of Fout-Applications Programmer II3 Elizabeth Balls-Data Entry. Data Processing. Back Row: Michael Brooke-Computer Operatorg John Collins- Instructor: O I Athletic Dzrector Campus Shop Jim Wyatt., Margaret Harris-Cashierg Connie Kennedy-Managerg Bill Soshire-Clerk. rw 120 we I w..a.,,.i W -4' la ' xg..- wr: at et E .QWQ Cafeteria Operator Maxine Reeves f w xxk' ' i i be X ., Left to Right: Olvwole Forster, Roy Kindle, Oscar Meneses, Claudia Maile-Plunkett, Elizabeth CToniJ Stiles, Gene Stiles, and LaNelIe Stiles. Duplicating Bobbie Young fi, r W as 'QW 44-mmf ? 'Ui 42 L , ,, ww Nxvsx N we N wsxsv wt es. WX S N Nm Fidminietretive Eeereteriee Bev Gulstrep, Eva Pryor, Connor Turner, Coletta Furner, Lmda Muller. lTIa'nt nan: ... .-v W 0 M1 -....-...,,.....L.......-yy., fxfl 'M'-' 1 ef -4, X ff A ' f , my . f if W 'Z Wa' 1' V W ffgzwzw gz, ' f. ,: w wyfyg ,A gf 2? 'M l r fy 4 if are f ff X QQ 1 f 3 W 4, QM 5 l M A 9 f df ,mm Bob Wllbourn Lonnue Cole Henry Johnson Mac McCulIah Cecil Newhart Joe Bagley Don Ford Thomas Springs Leonard Thornton , ,,,, , , ' r r . rorr , ,o,o W . V V MM ,MWWU 4 3 3 Z Mabel Wllbourn Betty Hams CTopJ Geneva Reese Jacquellne Matlock V: Phzilnps Business L'-'var Seated Betty Pruce Dons Van Horne Francis Bedell Dlana Payne Cmdy Boyd Katherme Taylor Sharon Wann and Emma Watts Standing Gary Smith Nolan Lackey chairman BNI Lacewell Dave Craag Paul Leggett Ron Rnchard John Colhns and Ray Sparks ...I r S , 5 , va can-an I I 6 t ' 5 e.yrr 2 4, y - rrr' A ,. 9 7, I A' f I , j' , I U 'QQ 'Y I M XR 'WW y ,L I 1 .S 'wr S at irrmtmm V, VV , I v - 1 v - Y v 1 Y 1 y 4 PEL-Ph' B ta amhda Officers for PBL were Vice-President-Kim McCartney and President' Brian Gary. The Dec. 6 "Jail and Bail" made S90 but was worth more than that to some. Students purchased an arrest warrant naming an instructor for 51. A jail was constructed in the lower level ofthe union. Fifteen minute sentences were mandatory unless the instructor wished to pay a S3 bail. Below: Tom Walton tried to escape his jail sentence. Insert: Mr. Walton resisted his arrest. Lower left: ls Dr. Cutler looking out or in? Lower right: Kathleen Lease, Pam Cook, David Meeks, Gabe Peters, and Nancy Dover served their time patiently. ,M,,,,,,,,,,,,Hm',m, 1 fr 'fi A fix W if 3 . E Q 1' I iz a , of a,.,,M,,,n,,Mffj,,ff on , Accounting Business Administration General Business Economics Secretarzal Sczence Transportation a , A M LW,,.w4"""MmA,,ff' A' ' ,,,, I , .M yy.-" Da ta Processing Top-Luka McCurtain has added to her former roies of wife, mother, and housecleaning professional by seek- ing a degree in secretarial science. Bottom-A computer science student works on one of his programs for class. :Wy Q32 on W X 'QQ' 3335552543 5 gsfggifff' nysffw' s Q W, ws Wai E532 iz?S,fg53A,t,i wma f A stem S mi' 352 1 93 I ' ' 4q I 4- -..gfzifs -- 'gl--Mamet., ,wziwfw t G Top-Two typing students use their typing lab to work on assignments. Lower Left-A data processing student using a termi- nai to do his home work. Lower Right-This student is working on a program tor data processing. Center-Betty Kingsiey working on her CIMS degree. :Wav- 'ikl ijfi' f Y' Top-This assignment posts journai entry amounts and pieces them in a combined journal. Lower Left-Pau! Paiadino is working on a keypunch problem. Lower Right-Avis Birdwetl a computer science ma- jor. works with a terminal for one of her classes, V i ,-l l rim Fig se E A Wig. gz- :f,:g: ., -V WX, sig-r K' K 2 . K we e J if q lq I, r .rs-fb ' ' X . if 1 5" ' " ' , Q '. .5215 if is f if X r sf emfgmxrmdzfffwmwmiiszgr s fg. s: ::: :f'.-I1 fs 21:22 M... .. ........., -.-'fi::Z::f:::.::z4:':r::-:Iza-:iw-:-I:f::2-- 22...2.:.:.':::2k2:2-2--'f--:':z::4:.::.::,'sf2--::2-2-:-:--:-:fs:.,:,,:,xf:- -15:-':: -:::-..-1::,-.:.,.:.....:':'fsw-M: .1:?ku2:::12 55,EEwff:Q.4WQ,fw-1' N Eummunitq Service l"""""" C' me-fl' Front Row Sand: Sanders Director Kathy Drap Chrystal Settle Mary Carr Back Row Ron Winfrey Janet Ledford and Vonlta Roberts N A ' . ish it ..th . X K 1 e , R t at seg K fe ereet 4 tg .. Nt to 5 t t if- QW. -w 4 L, una gf t 1 'N if ' eg . t h . .O:.l.Q Xi . A' Q.-A .. U A K Q - - v v v 1 ' 1 , . Q z Q 1 6 2 2 Z 2 2 a S 3 2 Q 2 4 2 5 if ? E 2 rt is Q 2, Q E 5 ii 2 riris nqun . Members of Leslie Jackson's 11-15 Tennis class were Kirk Hatcher, Khristin Keller, Kelly Nelson Shannon Stubblefield, Pam Milkert, Allison Timmermeyer, Shannon Parker, Amy Milkert, Julie McQuade Amy Hearn, Mark Fortune, Julie Baker, David Alexander, and Mark Shaffer. Fllalla d Eluizl-1 F'airit'rig M hu., :arting from a plain clay figurine these Community Ser- ce students painted the realistic presentation of a Mal- rd Duck. np: The students are beginning with a clear base coat. up Left: The second step is painting the body ofthe duck s dark color. Jwer Right: The students are putting the finishing touch- a on their ducks. S am. -QQ H 2 8 X Sass Personal interest Top and Left-This workshop showed women how to look their best with a minimum of effort. The classes covered care of all skin types and proper make-up application including foundation, eyes, lips, and contouring. Make-up tips were given on subjects such as the five- minute face and glamour make-up for special occasions. Center-Classes in Showing Your Horse and Beginning Horsemanship are great classes for horse lovers. 135 , ,W , I , ,V,, gr ,, , Qevelnpmental Edurzats n Left to Right Mzke Cooper Wmme Kmsey Nana Abernathy Terr: Smsth Margaret Newell David Jackson Curtus lvery Chairman Nnta Prock Martha Efurd Haroid Cameron and Joanna Hudson H . A af ' Q and -... , . . , - - . . . v F ' V I 1 9 V 1 M I f 1 v " M6 th Skills Lab Spellmg Careers Readmg Engllsh Writing As Second Language lt's free, it makes life easier, it's flexi- ble. What is it? The Westark skills lab and tutoring program. Lab services are free to part-time!full- time, day or night students. A number of tests are offered through the skills lab which can help in decision making. By taking available tests, a stu- dent can pinpoint both strong and weak areas of study. lf additional help is needed in a particular area, the skills lab is set up for that purpose. Math, reading, writing, and study skills may be weak enough that sometimes edu- cational deficiencies or other limita- tions make a refresher course neces- sary before general courses can be as- similated. For other students only a re- fresher course is required, or perhaps a program of independent study. One particular course, 'study skills,' is designed to allow a student to develop basic skills in outlining, notetaking, un- derlining, test taking, time organiza- tion, listening and preview reading. It is recommended for incoming freshmen and students who have been out of school for several years. Students sometimes come to Westark who can't read the college catalogue well enough to select classes, or whose grasp of math is not sufficient for them to compute their grade point average, not because they are not able, but be- cause they haven't learned the pro- cesses by which to do these things. "Before some students are ready to dive right in to a college program the 'study skills' class can be invaluable, "according to Nina Abernathy, skills lab coordinator. "A number of students who come to Westark would certainly benefit from taking the 'study skills' course or other courses, such as spell- ing improvement, vocabulary building, or career and personal developmental offered by the division of developmen- tal education." TU' fm N iN 555 4 X ,,i N ,,..., fy I s - ,, 35 N ..,W,, , ,,,.., . ,..,,, A ,,,. . Skills Lab Coordinator - Nina Abernathy THE SKILLS LAB S 3uraisnooneelseliloe'lou Top: Often students take tests in the skills lab. 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ROW 2 - Ruth Burns, Calline Dipboye, Carolyn Branch chairman, Liz Ewing, Monica Snyder. ROW 3 - Lyman Long, Gale Hightower, Darla Porter, Billie Swift Anita Hammack, Betty Bolin, Mary Hammack, Suzanne McGraw, Patti Tillotson. LlJ5NFl-LUEstarH Student urse Flssuciatiun Top Left-Left to Right-Dawana Loris, Carole Miller. Nancy Brown, Nancy ls- real, Amy Lemon, Kaye Fuller, Rochelle Scnerrey, lvlaren Ruestow, Carol Ra- gon, Millie Criser, and Linda Duvall. Top Right-WSNA Officers: Nancy Brown-Secretary, Maren Ruestow-Vice President, Linda Duvall-Treasurer, Ro- chelle Scherrey-President. This year the WSNA attended the Ar- kansas State Nursing Students Associ- ation Convention in Little Rock. The convention-was held Oct. 21, 22, 23 and members were able to attend all three days. As shown in the lower left picture, the group sold T-shirts with nursing logos on them to raise money for the three day outing. Lower Center and Right: Linda Duvall and Nancy Brown show the "Do's and Don'ts" about a nurses appearance. l niunnuuu ' "an""'nnm1 1 l .tm . - . N .W . s-Wtwx..T..,.,....tt.?-.. ttt. tx. N--3-1-:w i Q' Q 1 ..yyA -- , Y . tt--+ 'E' l ' . - -et- r iff . is R .. k,:NN t ee fr- ,Ry 6' 'iii asf .Qc 4, x . ,,..... 4 SZ: K . X... N -- - .1- -fs----.sw - ,... ..- .. .Jetty tktk if S N1 A it ,..t .. ' .. iiigw Zn.. qt: X i - gk S N? X -1:2-X2 - 1---st.. f J st, ..,.,t-, Q. - :V 5 .. X-new -- -L- -- -1 -Q--l..e , . sewer, . tt e"sK5S5:1e?"i't M"'3gefQ5R- -liege W 'X K . . . K f fe - K 'K Q Svkknlf 7 ' EQQKEXSHSY-' X1-RU k . 'N X ex X XX so N Xxx . . -N . 1 T33-5 3 'gt -, T xg Y A 'sex J I owe., Westark offers a nine month program in which stu- dents can receive a technicai certificate qualifying them as members of an operating room team. For- mally called operating room technicians, their pri- mary function is to pass surgical instruments to the surgeon as he operates. After the successful completion ofthe program, stu- dents wili be capable of assisting a nurse in cleaning, stocking, and preparing the operating room. Alt technicians will set up for surgical procedures and will know how to operate sterilizers, lights, suction machines, diagnostic and other equipment used in surgery. "The graduate of ORT will work strictly in . ' 'Si R , - 'N'. , it ' X 1 q - Q tr-f " S ,ggg iii.. I 'Agi l ii.f s. i f - --s K ,.. . ..,. i ,A M H -,X X it -V R i' ' 'vor' ti g its. the operating room. They will not be responsible for medications, nor will they operate as a candy strip- er," clarifies Sue Sturgeon, ORT instructor. "Stu- dents are not nurses when finished, they are surgi- cal technologists." The technicians must have a basic knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and pathology. ln other words ORT's will know not to pass the gastric surgical in- struments to a surgeon operating on bones. They must also be able to appiy the principles of aseptic techniques and practice asepsis. For this they study basic microbiology to understand the process, pre- vention and control for infection, Mme "5 ' i' . ,, I , , ,., W av in 'M' rm Y if ' .. .44 R, R ,KR 'mwmwiwlrim 4 ...-..-.,... i f 1 ,, ,,., f, , E 'V QM Y gg W " Wg.--.Q Ag There are two different options in Heaith Occupas tions: Nursing, Associate Degree Nursing, Practical The associate degree nursing program combines study at the college with planned and guided patient , . care experiences in the Sebastion and Crawford County hospitals and health agencies. Upon suc- cessful completion of the program, the student is granted the Associate of Applied Science Degree and is eligible to take the Arkansas State Board Examination for licensure as a Registured Nurse. ss .Maw-""""" .-sit . The program for the Prac- tical Nursing leads to a technical certificate. lt is twelve calendar months in length and offers class- room instruction at the coliege and coordinated clinical experiences in the nursing care of patients at iocal hospitals and nurs- ing homes. Upon success- tui completion ofthe pro- gram, the student is eligi- ble to write the Arkansas State Board Examination for licensure as a Li- censed Practicai Nurse. A new class is admitted in August and January of each year. Opposite Page-Top Left-Kathy Kennedy demonstrates the use Of Sterile torceps. Top Right-Two first year stu- dents are preparing to give pa- tient medications, Iating tracheostomy care. Lower Right-Eiizabeth Hays practicing CPR. This Page-Left-Cindy Davis, Eli- zabeth Hays, and Cheryl Perry demonstrating CPR. Lower Lett-A RN, monitors I.V. infusion. Lower Right-A one year student operates a computer terminal. 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VV ii ,,,n1,rw:w111,, 59257 f W ,:1'fs,Qr'f:T.1 1 ,:1,zmwv,1m,'ff1? ,,, , 11 ew, f., f W5,'ffV'i 7'fi?ik5 .., b 'ff W 1 ff --"'- fw J tif if is W Ms' 'Af' 2, 1' 2 4 :JH :W ,A f f i' ww ,fi- 1 7 A2 J Mfg, Left to Right-Charles lrish, Doyle Coe, Thomas Buchanan, John Deaton, Sister Columba Mosely, Thomas Clark, Christy Cobb, Larry Weigand, Michael Hendrix, Cheryl Pacheco, Dr. Carol Horne. Jim Houston, David Meeks, Bill Holder, Odene Forsythe, Sunny Fike, and Dr. Mike Hightower-Chairman. Biology Mathematics Chemistry Physical Science ...,.,,, Engineering Physics M of Q Top-Below-Students working on a young pig for Biology class. Top Rlght A student s project perfectly brsectecl Lower Rnght Students at the cave trlp for Ecology Q! Milf liwik X 8 . 'Vu D' V ,l x x X' 'R . A , 4 A Q l 'N f-Ugly MMM WW 7,5 , 4 Q Top-Carolyn Phillips selects a chemicat for a chemistry experi- ment. Left-A student works on a disecting biotogy project. Beiow-The students who went on the cave trip also got to exptore some other fascinating parts of the woods. N' www 4 'wwwwzym mm!! gvwnmh M .... if 'WM N -2 W Lwwrwpwg, M Nxzr "" W WM N .... N ..... , gi WN WWW m5-31,9-,f-,xfhwf--ya' .,... wW,.Q,,,v,,.,4Qmmv-s-,gww-W-M MN ,, ,wan , gjwnwi -yllggmn. .... ww - X WSEZQQ QQQEQW J mmm ia! WW W Y . M- ..... .... : . W V- E V V- ---- -, Right-What would Bioiogy dass be without disectmg. 2 P gg? is is if 51,255 5 2256 Kgs, g M555 e f-5:f f:ua Er Z E5EnI.'I'Il xli b: ,.,.,-, A 54 :: .: :,: .: ' ' fI'.If . .... : ' 55 Be-Sow-Davsd Meeks heips identify at the Westark Field Lab and Nature Sanctuary, mmmmmmimr Lower Left-Nancy Steel at the cave trip. Lower Rkghtrwudents in cavesm Ozark Ecotogy ii. sg gf 9 H ff-Z -In if N .:.: 25 15 , aff ff 41 ffl? xg 'F "' T, . ,ish 'Vo Wg WM' Qinigggwi .. - ..,. .H- 23 W . 5 1 23 1 are Q -.., S? ...:r:., .1 ......., 4 .. -. .r.. . ..... E , r .... X9 5 ag ! E 5 E Q - -:- :H .-.- z -. . 5 :5: . . sf? 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Q Magi 5?iE 3v,Tggg W ..... ...... .........,,.,, A , 25 'sgliggg gg wg -a-1 ' S ..... ,, ss 1595 5-ri?- 2:: :ss.:. 5: :' 1 5501 :- 1' 12 :: sw gg, -:: - Q SEQ? L I igmzw -55 f,,f: ?5::.:i?:25 WM ., ,. Www 5 W MMWW, f www. 4- ,,,, . ff, Wh M gm me ww , zz 5 m,, . 'V 5' . ,,,,,,, 4 S AMX' gg W Vf -v ...:,. , fg1,.,'f Z"f M M L ,Mggwah Lee Cummings and Mary Copeland Back Row Charles Callison Darrell Scott Ken Butler Ray Koenig and Don Goodwin chairman Not Pictured John Samuels Dan Page Al Brooks and Fred Hop Front Row-Al Morrison, Bobby Jones, Lisa Daniels, Doug Statham, Jerry Center, Stan Cagle, Tim McNeil Certificate of Building Trades-The building trades program is a one- or two-year program. The one-year certificate pro- gram is designed to train for entry-level carpentry and gen- eral construction employment. Students are involved in the- ory and practice of hand and power machine operations and the actual construction of housing andfor utility structures. Students recommended for the second year are involved in managerial and supervisory functions. This year the students completed a 3 bedroom, bath and a half house that is ready to be moved to the owners lot and bricked. The students also wired and completed the rough plumbing. .ww-,st ri! Q. vi' y wmv? Left and Below-Students working on Electronics pro- jects. Students in Electronics have three options: Certificate Program - Industrial Electronics Associate of Applied Science Degree - General Elec- tronics 3rd year Advanced Certificate - Microprocessor Computer Technology. fOne of the few programs in the country like this.J Lower Left-Mrs. Copeland's architectual drafting class. Students are working towards an Associate of drafting specializing in architectual drafting. Lower Right-Tim McNeil and Henry Hapney work on their projects for Basic Machine Shop Class. 3 1 E I X K 1 K Q i J P' I ltr! f ' ' ., thi S t si , . F ,.,.,.....--- Ss i. 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Us .. 2 gg X-5 is if f'. :Eg its ,qi if L , ii i i 3 Q 2' ii? ts: 3 3, fi? 1 Q51 f gg 292 - ' lllMw i -5 if 5uc'al nd E haviural Sci rice W ..,, .Wad awww - v ,ww - ' f',' ,, " ,,,. ' 'V--- iw., . , ,, ,, MH M- ,,h, A, -WMWW W 5, .... 410032 f W f Left to Right Dorothy Rappeport Maurice Thompson Lonnle Watts Dr Delece Gordon George McAI1s ter Dan Breltenburg Ed Levy Linda Gibbons Remy Lewls and Barbara Hutchinson Seated Dr Dan Butler chairman ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - ' - 167 Student National di.ii:at'iJri " ENEH Left to right-Darrin Gray, Joe Smith, Mr. Ed Baker-Teacher to gifted children, Dr. Gordon-Sponsor, Lori Oliver, Jeana Vaughan, Donne Gibson, Velma Gibson, and Sunny Huddleson. Seated-Jerry Vaughan, and Megan DiLenardo. The Student National Education Association CSNEAJ composed of those students who are planning to enter the teaching profession, features social and professional activities in its meetings. lt is affiliated with the National Education Associ- ation CNEAJ and the Arkansas Education Association CAEAJ. Right-Jeana Vaughan, 11 a sixth grade student at Liberty, Oklahoma, is one of five gifted students who travel to Westark each Wednesday during activities hour for special tutoring. Members of the SN EA donate one hour each week to work with the children. Jeana wrote the poem below and recited it for the children in the Child Development Center on Oct. 27. 1 , t b . , v s,g an Au . -- - we Qs. .. si I have a pretty Jack O'Lantern He has a pretty red nose i t He's cute as he can be. But he doesn't have a hat. E --tfz -,ci A lot of people say He has a big red mouth , He looks a lot like me. But he doesn't like to chat. ills: f at .. Ng e gs-:K-f - sg? we . S.. . Q 5. Q v ski? -' . He has a lot of stringy white hair i i E That has a golden tough. Although he doesn't look like me, I like him very much. i vi A X. ,- S a w. ,tx A S ,S sg st me - 'skwz .ir - is . Q s -1. K ssifssg. , - N Q X Education Law Enforcement History Pohtlcal Sczence Human Services Psychology Sociology Geography Philosophy elow-Rats ran amuck in the psychology lab this year. lt was the :ar of the rat, and the computer. Here, Pepper Popa holds her ew friends, ght-Psychology students in Linda Gibbons class got to observe zhavior, in case study situations, thanks to the 'cooperation' of eir resident rat. :wer Right-Joyce Cokely, chosen for social and behavioral sci- ices division outstanding student, picked the major of secon- ary education in mathematics because many years ago she was math major and three years ago she started as a math aid in tle I. After that she decided she wanted to teach. 5 l A X ini-an A .4-,gf 4 of s , S K .J .., ,sy . --.. , Ag .fs 1 M missis- i xr. . 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Amy 68 Arnold, Lisa 35, 68, 69 Arnold, Lori 35, 68, 69 Ashby, Reggie 45, 47 Ashley, Cindy 68 Ashworth, Debbie 68 Askins. Bubba 68 Atwell. Carrie 3, 68 Aubrey, Merelyn 19 Audioavisual 117 Augustine. Jim 50 Avlston, Donna 68 Awards Assembly 85 Ayers, Dixie Lee 69 .B. Baber, Gary 69 Babitzke, Carla 69 Bagley, Joe 123 Bailey. Lela 37, 69 Bain, Cathy 69 Baker. Darci D. 69 Baker. Ed 168 Baker, Kandy 55, 57, 58. 6 Ball, Curtis 69 Ball, Lori 69 Balls, Deborah A. 69 Balls, Elizabeth 120 Banic, Michael 37, 69 Barger, Vicki 69 Baron, Polly 69 Barr, Paula 69 Bartlett, Barbara 149 Baublit, Nola 69 Bean, Sandra 69 Beasley, Charles 69 Bedell, Francis 125 Bell, David 50, 69 Bell, Jeffery E. 70 Bell, Margie 38, 70 Benn. Judy 70 Bennett, Jim 50 Bennett, T.J. 70 Benton, George 70 Bergstrom. David 35, 70 Bermuda Triangle 24 Berry, Teresa 70 Beshoner, Danny 70 Beshoner, Leigh Ann 70 Best, Greg 70 Bibbs, Terry 70, 150 9 Bieker, Jane 70 Bighorse, Rance 50 Binns, Andrea 35, 36, 70, 176 Binz. Dennis 70 Bird, Amy 70 Birdwell, Avis 70, 129 Bishop, Doug 70 Black, Gayle 70 Blackard, Shawn 37 Blanton, Janet 71 Blaschke, Kenny 71 Carmack, Mike 72 Carmack, Pat 72 Carpenter, Scott 50, 72 Carr, Angela 72 Carr, Butch 52 Carr, Mary 131 Carr, Stephanie 9, 18, Carroll, James R. 72 Carter, Lane 72 Carter, Linda 72 Cash, Dennis 116 37,72 Board of Trustees 110, 111 Boever, Dour 50 Bolin. Betty 143 Bolling, Charles 71 Bonds, Nicky 50, 71 Boswell, James 71 Bottoms. Coach Jo 55 Bottoms, Mitcheal 71 Bowen, Bobby 71 Bowen. Sharon 71 Bowens. Nancy 71 Bowlin, Sheryl 71 Boyd, Cindy 125 Boyd, Kevin 71 Boyd, Nicki 71 Boyd. Tina 71 Bracken, Debra 71 Bradley, Brent 71 Bradley, Dledra 71 Bragg, Linda 71 Brake, Katy 119 Brammer, Diann 71 Branch, Carolyn 143 Branch, Donna 71 Branch, Paul 71 Brannon. Kimberly 33, 38, 71 Bransletter, James 71 Brashears. Louie 37, 71 Breeden, Janice 71 Breedlove, Debbie 116 Breitenburg, Dan 167 Brody. Laura 39, 71 Brooke, Michael 120 Cash, Reiney 73 Cassidy, Grant 40 Castagnola, Gena 73 Castillow. Roy 73 Caudle, Shawn 73 Caves, Teresa 73 Cavin, Missy 55, 73 Center, Jerry 161 Chaffey, Lori 73 Chapman, Kim 73 Chappell. Nancy 73 Chatman, Ratha 73 Chatman, Tom 73 Cheerleaders 38 Chester, Joe 73 Chester, John D. 73 Child Development Center 17 Childers, Sandra 73 Chmielewski, Jennifer 43, 73 Christian, Lori 73 Clark, Barbara 73 Clark, Charles 40 Clark, Dennis 52. 73 Clark, Thomas 155 Clatman, Tim 74 Cobb, Christy 155 Cochrane, Danny 45 Coe, Doyle 155 Cokely. Joyce 169 Cole, Lonnie 125 Coleman, Carla 74 Colley. Lisa C. 74 Collillower. Stefan 74 Brooks, Alvin 165 Brotherton, Gwen 149 Brown, Angie 39, 71 Brown, Becky 43, 71 Brown, Gerald M. 72 Brown, lrene 55 Brown, Nancy 72, 144 Collins. Angie 74 Collins. Don 124 Collins. Kelli 74 Collins. John 120 Combs. Josie 74 Broyles. David K. Jr. 72 Brunner, Shannon 72 Buchanan. Thomas 155 Buffington, June 72 Buford, Cecil 72 Bugg, Julie 72 Bugh, Becky 72 Bull, Bryan 72 Bullard, Karl 72 Burkhart, Rosetta 72 Burns, Debbie 33, 36, 38. 72 Burns, Max 117 Burns, Ruth 143 Burnside, Daniel 72 Burrough, Van 72 Burrowgh, Melody 72 Business 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129 Butler, Ken 161 Buxton, Glenna Jo Taylor 72 ,C. Cagle, Stan 161 Caldarera, Janet 86 Caldwell, Felicia 55, 57, 59 Callison. Charles 161 Cameron, Harold 137 Cameron. Katherine 149 Community Service 130-135 Condren, Lisa 32, 33 Cook, Pam 9, 74, 126 Coomer, Carol 74 Coonrod, Rebecca 74 Co-op Education 42 Cooper, Carrie 74 Cooper, Mike 137, 141 Copeland, Mary 161. 163 Coplin. Karla 116 Corredor, Maribel 74 Cosi Fan Tutte 16 Cotta, Dan 74 Cottingham, Keith 37, 74 Cowan, Edward 74 Cox, Mary 74 Cox, Rhonda 74 Cox. Roberta 74 Craig, David 125 Craig, Mary Alesia 74 Cress. Jennifer 33, 55 Criser, Millie 144 Crowder, Coach Bill 50 Crowder, David 50 Culpepper, Cindy 62 Cummings, Lee 161 Cutler, Dr. Jack 113, 126 .D. Dai, Dung 75 Dalton, Juliah 75 Daniels, Lisa 161 Darnell, Shirl 75 Daugherty, Megan 75 Davis, Angie 37. 75 Davis, Cindy 147 Davis, Debbie 75 Davis. Henry 75 Davis. Ray 75 Davis, Vennie 75 Day, Lisa 75 Day. Sharon 119 Day, Will 117 Dean, Floyd 75 Deaton, John 40, 155 Deer, Coy 15, 75 Deer, Melinda 75 Detfenbaugh, Carol 75 Deleon, Doreen 75 Dempsey. Lynne 37 Developmental Education 136 141 Di Lenardo, Megan 168 Dimes, Jamal , 75, 28 Dipboye, Calline 143 Dohrn, Kelly 75 Donovan, Roger 75 Doss. Denise 75 Dover, Nancy 126, 149 Downing. Steve 50 Dowty, Dawn 37, 76 Drake, Lynett 37 Drap, Kathy 131 Draper, Delinda 76 Driggers, Larry 76 Ducharme, Johnny 35, 7 O Ducharme, Ronnie 100 Duplantis, James 76 Durossette, Martha 76 DuVall, Linda 144 .E. Eacret. Patti 76 Eagles, Gil 21 Eckelhott, Rose 76 Eddy, Candace 39, 76 Edington, Jonathon 76 Edmisten, Mary 116 Edwards. Jody 76 Efurd, Martha 137 Eggers, Tammy 76 El-Ayyoubi, Rida 76 El-Ghayali, Mohammed Amin 28 Elkins, Susie 36, 76 Ellift, James 76 Ellingburg, Olivia 36, 76 Elliott, Donna 76 El-Masre, Mohannad 28 Elmore, Vicki 76 El Talib Gwen 76 Embry Claudene Embry Fred 76 Endo Yuma 76 Engel Larry 76 Engles Ball 76 150 English Eva La Donna Escalante Larry 76 Etzkorn Kelly 55 57 59 76 Evans Gaylon 150 Ewing Laz 143 Fairbanks Jam 26 36 Fairbanks Jam Fairchild Kerra 77 Faares John 77 Fancher Wesley 40 Farmer Tana 36 Farris Greer Fate Jacque Feamster La Donna Felanes 39 Fenwack Jeffery 77 Fake Sunny 155 Fallapella Carolyn Fischer Steve 77 Fisher Sarah 77 Ford Don 123 Formby Dr Ron 9 Forrester Make 77 Forst Dorothy 119 Galbreath Jimmy 79 Galbreath Juletta Gallham Dawn 38 79 Galstrap Bev 122 Galyard Anthony 79 Galyard Luther 45 79 Girdner Stacy 79 Johnson Terry 83 Johnson Walda 83 Glenn Amy 79 Glenn Floye 79 Gladewell Bobby 79 Gomez Ann 79 Goodrack Goodson Goodman Goodman Gordon Gordon Gordon Gorham Kelly 79 Roxanne Don 161 Machelle Dan 79 Dr Delece 167 168 Stephanie Caldwell 4 Jack 117 Goss Denise 79 Graduation 89 Graham Carmen 79 Graham Gayla 79 Graham Roger 79 Graag Trent 79 Granger Tana 79 Gray Arleen 79 Gray Darrin 168 Grayston Gary 79 Green Johnny 15 80 Green Logan 37 Green Rechenda 80 Greenfield Rapper 50 9 Helms Lora 81 Hembra John 81 Hendrix Michael 155 Hensley Patty 81 Henson Bettye 81 Hermana Melanda 14 81 Herod Larry 81 Herring Kam 30 31 33 Herrman JoeJ 81 Herron Richard 81 Hewett John 18 19 37 Hacks Adam 82 Hacks Landa 82 Hacks Maggie 117 Hacks Tony 45 47 48 Hightower Gale 143 Hightower Dr Make 155 Halbern Larry D 82 Hale Davad A 82 Hale Harold 114 Hall Andre 82 Hall Cynthaa3 116 Hall Gene 40 Hall Lasa 82 Halton Leah 82 Hanton Teresa 83 H M S Panafore 18 Hoang Le An 82 Hobbs Pamela 82 Hobbs Rack 82 Hobbs Tommy 45 Hobman Kam 82 Jennangs Davad 50 Jerrell Stephen 83 Johnson Bonita 55 83 Johnson Henry 123 Johnson Jone 33 83 Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Bobby 161 Brenda 90 Faye 119 Karen 90 Kam Lasa 90 Lois F 90 Lynn 90 Norma 90 Pam 90 Sheila 37 90 Jordon James 90 Kaiser Dennas 35 90 Kaundart Coach Gayle 45 Kaundart Coach Wes 45 Kay Kimberly 90 Kazamaka Yutaka 29 Keck Kathleen 149 Keen Sherry 90 Keeny Kam 37 90 Keeter Nack 14 19 35 36 90 153 Kelleybrew Tony 40 45 47 48 87 Kennedy Connie 120 ,V 76 ' V 79 V , . V Engeaf vacka as ' , , aaefmada, Johnathon aa Johnson: kennethV45 , , - . -, ' , , 153 . ' , 76 , , . ' ' V ' V, V, , , .81 I , 79 7 . . ' so ' , ' , .77 . 79 , , . A , ' so , ' , . , . , ' I V ' V 0.7 ' I . ' I ' , V 152 V ' ' 1 1 , 77 . A, 'K' , 77 , , , . . ' ' V '. 117 , V ' V, '. , . aa . . . " .19 , Forster, Olywole 77, 121, 28 Forsythe, Odene 155 Fort Smith Symphony 11 Fortney, Allen 77 Foster, Brett 77 Foster, Make 50 Foster, Tina 77 Fout, Pamela 120 Flemmons, Carl 40, 62, 77 Flenor, Stan 50 Floerke, Kendra 24, 37 Franco. Pamela 120 Franklin, Betty 77 Franklin, Charlotte 40 Franklin, Lance 77 Franz, Judy 39, 77 Freeman, Annette 71 French, Soonja 152 Fraas, Juan 29 Fry, Ava 150 Fuller, Kaye 144 Furner. Coletta 122 .G. Gaddy, Stace 37, 153, 19. 18 Gantt, Janet 78 Garcia. Lourdes 78 Garrett. Doris 78 Garrett, Lois 9 Gary, Brian 18. 78, 126 Gattas, Randy 78 Gattis, Renee 78 Gayken, Jeta 78 Gean, Amy 78 Gehrki. Donna 78 Geopfert, Barbara 78 George, Andy 78 Geren. Greg 78 Geren, Randall 78 Gettis. Randy 40 Gibbons, Landa 76, 167 Gibbs, Jeff 79 Gibson. Donne 79. 168 Gibson, Velma L. 79, 168 Galbreath, David 79 Gregory, Tommy 45. 80 Griffin, Tommy 80 Griffin, wyan so Griffith, Mark 80 Griffith, Stephanie 32, 33, 38, 80 Grober. Bryan 80 Groomer, Derald 80 Groomer, Michael 80, 150 Gudgeon, Barbara 80 Gunter, Tim 37, 80 Gurlen, Libby 32, 33, 80 ,H. Hadi, Mohammad 28 Hafi, Subhi 28 Hale. LyAnna 39 Hall, Earlene 80 Hall, Jeanne 80 Hall, Nathan 40, 45 Hall, Karen 80 Hammack, Anita 143 Hammack, Judith 80 Hammack, Mary 143 Hammock, Pat 43. 80 Hanna. Bruce 35, 80 Hanns. Quentin 80 Hanry, Melissa 80 Hapney, Henry 163 Harman. Charlotte 80 Harpenau, Rob Gee 50 Harralcl, Dan 33, 37, 81 Harris, Betty 123 Harris, Margaret 120 Harrison, Cathy 80 Harrison, Eddie 40 Hartwell, Jerry 81 Harvel, Cami 33, 38, 81 Hassler. Becky 81 Hawkins, Jackson 81 Hawkins, Jimmy 81 Hayes. Elizabeth 146, 147 Haynes, Pamela 81 Health Occupations 1424147 Heathcott, Dianna 81 Hecker. Richard 42, 81 Hobson, Rebecca 39, 82 Hodge, George W. Jr. 82 Holder. Ball 155 Holland, Carol 82 Holleman, Teresa 82 Holliman, Mark 82 Holsenbeck, Tammy 82 Honea. Sondra 83 Hooker. Charla 83 Hooten, Landa 83 Hopkins, Virgangaa 83 Horne, Dr. Carol 155 Hoskins, Belinda 83 Houck, Bryon 83 Houston, Jim 155 Howard, Pete 149 Howard. Rett 83 Howard, Rhonda 83 Hoyle, Edward C. 83 Huddleson, Sonny 168 Hudson, Joanna 137 Hudson. Richard 113 Hulsey, Karen 83 Humanities 148-153 Hunsucker, Leea 83 Hutcheson, Colleen 43 Hutchinson, Barbara 167 .i. Ingram, Camella 83 Inman, Shellas 83 Irish, Charles 155 lsreal, Nancy 144 lvery, Curtis 137 lvy, Donny 83 Ivy. Kelly 83 .-1. Jackson, Davad 83. 137 Jackson, Nancy 83 Jackson, Wallae 83 James, Karra 83 Jazz Band 41 Jazz Quintet 24 Jeffery, Rack 83 Kennedy, Kathy 146 Khirfan, Abed 28 Kharfan, Hakin 90 Kim and Reggae Harris 21 Kimes, Jeff 90 Kincannon, Dr. Sue 2, 9 Kindle, Roy 121 Kang, Betty 119 King, Darla T, 90 king, Jeff 90 king, Randall 90 King, Sarah 90 Kingsley. Betty 3. 128 Kinsey, Winnie 137 Kinslow, Gabriela 29 Kirpatrack, Cheryl 37 Klein. Laura 90 Koenig, Ray 161 Koenig, Robert 90 Koesy. Brian 40 Kok, Hong Fatt 28 Kraby, Dr. James 88, 112 Kraiewski, Suzette 90 Krudwag, Twana 90 Kuykendall, Linda 90 ,L, Lacewell, Ball 125 Lady Lion Basketball 55, 56, 57, 58. LaMar, Sondra 115 Lamb, Dale 90 Lamz. Deborah 91 Lamz. Jackie 91 Lantze, Greg 91 La Rue, Craig 91 LaRue, Julie 91 Learning Resource Center 117 Lease. Kathleen 115. 126 Ledford, Janet 131 Lee, Don 149 Leggett, Paul 125 Lem, Gary 91 Lemon. Amy 91, 144 Leverette, Becky 33, 39, 91 Levy, Ed 167 is i Lewis, Janell 91 Lewis, John 45 Lewis, June 143 Lewis, Mary 91 Lewis, Remy 167, 170 Lewis, Roy 45, 48, 91 Li Lan Dai 91 Lickey, Nolan 125 Lion's Basketball 45, 46, 47, 48, 49 Lockwood. Stewart W. 91 Logan, Dawn 91 Long, Lyman 143 Looper, Randy 40 Loudermilk, Lisa 33 Lowder, Melessa 91 Lowe, Joy 149, 150 Lowe, Raymond 40, 45 Lowery, Donna 9, 86 Lowery, Donna 86, 91 Lowrimore, Wendell 91 Ludwig, Mark 91 .M. Magee, Oha 92 Mahammahl, Roberta 92 Maile, Claudia 121 Maintenance 123 Mann, Deedra 92 Marshall, Randy 92 Martin, Anita 92 Martin, Clifford 92 Martin, Martha 92 Martin, Meredith A, 92 Martucci, Stephanie 92 Massey, Katie 92 Matlock, Chris 45, 47, 49 Matlock, Jacqueline 123 Maxey, Shanna 92 McAlister, George 167 McAllster, Laura 92 McBride, Janis 33, 35 McBride, Leslie 92 McBride, Scott 92 McCartney, Kim 92, 126 McClellan, Sandy 92 McClurkin, Michael 36, 92 McCollon, Twila 92 McConnell, Roger W, 93 McCullah, Mac 123, 9 McCurtain, Lula 127 McDonald, Mary 37 McFerran, Tamar 35 McGinnis, Mac 93 McKee, Bill 164 McKee, Rebecca 43 McKinney, Susan L. 33, 35, 93 McKinzie, Marion 93 McLoughlin, Peggy 93 McMaham, Cheryl 93 McMahon, Bob 93 McMahon, Karen 93 McNeil, Tim 161, 163 McNight, Jeff 50 Medairos, Rose 40 Meeks, David 126, 155, 158, 159 Meird, Aaron C. 93 Melendez, Janet 93 Mendenhall, Chris 93 Meneses, Alvaro 93 Meneses, Oscar 121 Metcalf, David 93 Meyer, Rick 93 Michael, Judy 93 Mickel, Tracy 93 Miller, Ann 143 Miller, Bobbie 93 'F 1, Mi MM , 4 :wh iii?iiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiisiiztiiissitiiiiiisisgisiisfffziliii is Miller, Carole 144 Miller, Dorothy 93 Miller, Lee 93 Miller, Linda 115, 122 Miller, Phyllis 40 Millican, Fred 93 Miss Westark 30, 31, 32, 33 Mitchell, Sheila 93 Monneyha, Carla 93 Moon, Carrie 93 Mooney, Betty 93 Moore, Cynthia 93 Moore, Lisa 93 Moreton, James 93 Moreton, Mike 94 Morgan, Kim 37, 94 Morgan, Phillip 94 Morgan, Vicki 36 Morris, Shawn 40 Morris, Sherry 94 Morris, Tammy 94 Morrison, Al 161 Morse, Carla 94 Morse, Dawn 94 Morse, Pam 94 Mosely, Sister Columbia 155 Moses, Betty 94 Mates, Kay 94 Mulligan, Phillip 94 Murdock, Marchie 45, 48, 94 Murphy, Michele 94 Musa, Taufig 94 Myatt, Dr. Lee 9 Myers, David 94 Myers, Tammy 94 .N. aiwimiftizvi MSM time Nabeshima, Kazumoto 28, 94 Natural Science 154-159 Nauman, James 165 Neal, Renne 94 Needham, Sabrina 94 Neilhouse, Linda 94 Nelson, Julili 94 Nelson, Ruth Ann 119 Nevel, Dawn 70, 94 Newell, Margaret 137 Newman, Daymon 94 Newman, Lori 94 Newman, Martha 94 Newton, Dave 116 Nguyen, Duc 94 Nguyen, Hoa 95 Hguyen, Hoa V. 95 Hguyen, Sherri 36, 95, 176 Nicely, Mark 95 Nixon, Betty 116 Nolen, Brenda 95 Nunley, Kevin 95 .0. Odle, Donald 95 Odle, James 95 Ohlde, Robert 36, 95, 150, 1 "Oliver" 12, 13 Oliver, Lori 26, 168 Oilis, John D. 95 Olmstead, Jon 50 Opitz, David 37, 95 Orshaw, Mark A, 95 Osborn, Dean 95 Osborn, Jon 95 Osborne, Laura 38, 86, 95 Ostund, D, K. Butch 95, 117 Owens, Marlene 95 Oxford, Michael 95 76, 141, 43 if wifes? was we ms, V S if 2' 3 12:4-'95 WSJSQN ef-'see-if 2 , .p. Pacheco, Cheryl 155 Page, Dan 165 Pair, C arig 96 Pair, Missy 32, 33 Paladino, Paul 3, 96, 129 Palmer, Rhonda 96 Pardue, Linda 117 Parker, Kimberly 33, 40, 96 Parker, Pat 117 Parker, Rebecca 36, 95, 96 Parker, Shu Shu 26, 96, 151 Parker, Treopia 40, 96 Parr, Missy 36, 96 Parrish, Glenn 96 Patrick, Karla 96 Patterson, Justin 45 Payce, Kim 96 Payne, Dianna 125 Payton, Phil 96 Pedrin, Mark 96 Peer, Tracy 96 Pendleton, Pam 96 Pennington, Mike 27, 37, 96 Pep Band 41 Peques, Dorathy 96 Perect, Margaret 97 Perez, Terri 97 Perry, Cheryl 147 Perry, Gary 40, 119 Perry, Nancy 97 Perry, Phil S. 97 Perry, Tina 40, 97 Peters, Cheryl 9 Peters, Gabe 9, 126 Peugh, Emmy 97 Pevehouse, Ken 14, 35 Phelps, Ronny 52, 53, 97 Phillips, Carolyn 157 Phillips, Virginia 123 Pilger, Deborah 97 Pillstrom, Regina 55, 97 Plummer, Micki 13 Poindexter, Mary Jo 97 Political Activities Week 22, 23 Popa, Vickie 35, 97, 169 Portz, John 50, 97 Porter, Darla 143 Posey, Brenda 97 Posey, Sheila 97 Pouncey, James L. 97 Powell, Sheila 97 Prada, Gary 97 Preas, John 149 Preas, Mary 143 Preston, Karen 97 Price, Betty 125 Price, Carol 97 Prince, Ronald 97 Prock, Nita 137 Prock, Tim 97 Pruitt, Donny 97 Pryor, Eva 122 Pryor, Jane 9, 150 .Q. Quick, Susan 97 Quick, Wendy 97, 153 .R. Ragon, Carol 144 Raible, Sarah 55, 57, 58, 97 Ralph, Nancy 97 Ranjit, Thurairajob 97 Rapert, Shawn 98 Rappeport, Dorothy 167 ififiiimiiiiiiiiilitiiiiiiiifftciifififi12Mif3'i,g.5:i55ii' 345553 8 if W Q i ,Y ,.,..i ,.,,t . Rasberry, Leanna 98 Rathburn, Laura 39, 98 Ray, Becky 116 Ray, Darrel 98 Ray, Melissa 98 Ray, Skip 50 Raymond, Peter 36, 37, 98 Rebsamen, Bill 98 Rebsamen, Eileen 118 Reddell, Ricky 98 Redfield, J. Duncan 36. 98 Reding, Kimberly 98 Ree, Doug 36, 98 Reedy, Janie 98 Reehl, John W. 98 Reese, Geneva 126 Reese, Rodney 40, 45 Reeves, Lisa 98 Reeves, Maxine 121 Reeves, Michael 45, 98 Regan, Carol 98 Reinschmiedt, Sheely 98 Reith, John 98 Revelle, Beth 14. 15, 153 Richard, Ron 52, 125 Richards, Linda 98 Richardson, Curtis 98 Richardson, Derrick 50, 51 Richmond, Mary 98 Richmond, Robin 98 Ricketts, Betty 97 Riddle, Virginia 98 Riemer, Joan 152 Riggs, Mary 98 Rinne, Henry 149 Ritschel, Rick 9, 50 Roberts, Carolyn Roberts, Carolyn 98 Roberts, Denise 99 Roberts, Patsy 131 Roberts, Vonita 131 Robertson, Teresa 99 Robinson, Kattie 99 Robinson, Ross 99 Robinson, Sylvia 99 Rogers, Jim 99 Rogers, Lisa 99 Rogers, Tracy 55, 59, 99 Rogotf, Jett 15 Ross, James 99 Roy, Jess 99 Russell, Paula 99 Russell, Todd 99 ,5. Sackett, Mike 99 Sagely, Tony 50 Salinas, Graciela 99 Sami, Mohammed 99 Sampson, Kerri 99 Sanders, Sandi 115, 131 Sanders, Tammy Renee 99 Sanford, Becky 100 Saverby, Annette 55 Sayarath, Vasana 100 Scalia, Vicki 100 Scarbrough, Pam 100 Schichtl, Tim 100 Schluterman, Evelyn 100 Schluterman, Holly 116 Schoen, Angie 33, 37, 100 Schoentield, Doug 100 Schoeppey, Doris 100 Scherrey, Rochelle 144 ' Scott, Darrell 161, 165 Scott, Gail 100 Scott, Jeffrey 100 Scott, Sharon Renee 100 Sebastion, Tim 18, 37, 100 Seiter, Pam 100 Sekimo, Hishashi 100, 29 Selph, Pamela 100 Stambaugh, Laura 101 Statham, Doug 161 Steele, Lula Syrilla 102 Steel, Nancy 36, 101, 150 Stegall, Larry 102 Stephans, Jeff 45 Settle, Chrstal 131 Stephans, Karen 55, 57, 102 Sexton, Valta 26 Shadd, Scott 100 Shahbonder, Tala 40 Stephans, Traci 102 Stevenson, Kenny 102 Stevenson, Jim 50 Shane, Dr, James 113 Steward, Machelle 40, 116 Sharp, Jo Annette 100 Sharum, Tanya 55 Stewart, Robert 102 Stewart, Wade 102 Shelton, Lataua 101 Stiles, Elizabeth tToniJ 121 Shelton, Melanie 101 Stiles, Gene 121 11:15 1 .i arg try 1: i1-:X ww',s15tg:g,t1:s:5w.::iiffggt., os,',xt..,z. i 1 ,f .1 .ft-iixflfiittiin 18511 fi atii,,5.t.i..tii..,,w..H..ww. ,X 5, t ,,,j:th,itfA, f ogg i .,,...1- pi, . fmt, ,151 1-gfifiimf , .tg H 5 ., . get pi.,,, i15w.gMit,iga 15:5 fA,fflstHifitff.t3fr?sff.f:iiimix.ftttifitffinfzsviffiiitmfwff?s5f.f.f:1 Thompson, Harley R. 102 Thompson, Lance 14 Thompson, Maurice 167 Thornbury, Greg 50, 102 Thorman, Marsha 103 Thornton, Leonard 123 Thwaits, Lorin 12 Thwaits, Kelby 12 Tillotson, Patti 143 Todd, Glenda 37 Todd, Mike 103 Tole, Jeffery 103 Tomlin, Beth 55, 103 Tong, Chee Kiong 103 Toran, Stephanie 103 Townsend, Jana 103 Shelton, Tracy 13 Shopfner, Bruce 101 Shores, Robyn 101 Short, Lynne 150 Shubbier, Waleed 101 Shultz, Sandy 2 Simard, Tim 101 Simpson, Jeffery 40, 101 Sleeper, William 101 Smith, Alana 101 Smith, Gary 26, 125 Smith, Diane 101 Smith, Joe 168 Smith, Keith 21 Smith, Lynn 101 Smith, Mike 101 Smith, Scott 50 Smith, Steven 101 Smith, Terri 137 Smith, Tana 101 Snuggs, Tanya Renee 101 Snyder, Monica 143 Social and Behavioral Science 166-171 Souerby, Annette 101 Southerland, Joy 101 Sparks, Ray 120, 125 Speers, Stephanie 37, 101 Speir, Fontreba 101 Spencer, Theodore 101 Spoon, Robbie 39, 101 Spradlin, Terri 101 Springer, Brenda 101 Springer, Michael 101 Springs, Jan 55, 101 Springs, Thomas 123 Sopshire, Bill 120 Stacy, Jim 45 Stiles, LaNelle 121 Stocks, Sandy 115 Stokes, Gallen 102 Stone, Robert 102 Storment, Kenneth 102 Stouffer, Walter L. 102 Stout, Tammy 116 Street, Sue 117 Street, Vernielle 102 Stricklin, Irene 119 Stringer, Amy 102 Sutton, Marla 152 Stubbletield, Joel 113 Student Staff Picnic 21 Sutton, Marla 152 Swelem, Marzoug 102 .T. Taft, Susan 102 Talley, LaShawn 33, 39, 40, 1 Tally, Tammy 116 Tankersley. Merry 102 Tannehill, Don149 Tasler, Lisa 102 Taylor, Katherine 125 Taylor, Kim 39, 102 Taylor, Penny 102 Teague, Ronnie 102 Technology 160-165 Terrell, Joyce 102 Terry, Larry 102 Terry, Linda 37, 102 Terukina, Hitomi 28, 150 "The Shoppe" 24 "The 1940's Radio Hour" 11 Theige, Mike 50 Thomas, Tami 102 O2 Tran, Dat 103 Tran, Ung Van 103 Travis, Tracy 103 Traylor, Melanie 38, 103 Trickett, Laura 103 Trosper, Tom 103 Trotter, Gina 103 Tucker, Terry 55, 103 Tudor, Vickie 103 Turner, Conner 122 Turner, Leon 36, 103 Tuttle, Marilyn 103 Tyler, Charlotte 104 .U, Ulrich, George 106 Underwood, Pam 104 .V. Valenti, Andrew 104 Valenti, Ann 104 Vancleave, David 104 Vandervort, Teresa 104 Van Horn, Doris 125 Van Sandt, Dan 104 Vaughan, Jeana 168 Vaughan, Jerry 168 Vaughn, Deanna 104 Vaughn, John 104 Vaughn, Mark 104 Vest, Dolores 104 Vickery, Dana 104 Vinsant, Brenda 104 Vire, Jeff 15, 104 Vorster, Celeste 120 .W. Waelber, Brenda 104 Wagner. Carolyn 104 Waldon, Alwina 104 Walker, Margaret 33, 37 Walls, Drexel 45, 47, 48, 49, 104 Walton, Tom 36, 126, 149, 176 Watts, Emma 125 Watts, Dr. Gordon 114 Watts, Lonnie 167 Ward, Lesa 105 Ware, Gerald 52, 53, 63 Watkins, Brenda 105 Watkins, David 105 Watts, Emma 125 Watts, Dr. Gordon 114 Watts, Lonnie 114 Waverton, Lesa 105 Weaver, Terri 105 Weber, Janie 19 Weese, Linda 105 Weidman, Eric 36, 105 Weigand, Larry 155 Weiner, Constance 105 Weir, Bre Weir, Bry Weisenfel nda 105 an 105 s, Michelle 105 Wells, Francis 105 Wells, Ge ne 149 Welty, Starla 105 Wendlandt, Cynthia 105 Wheeler. Wheeler, Darrel 105 Elane 105 White, Dee 105 White, Denise 105 White, Kim 105 Whiting, Frank 105 Whitledge, Becky 105 Whitlock. Whitman. Whitson, Wilbourn, Wilbourn, Wiles, Sh Willadsen Willard, J Williams. Williams. Williams, Williams, Williams. Williams. Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams. Williams. Williams. Gigi 105 Norman 105 Jonsye 43, 105 Bob 123 Mabel 123 ireen 105 , Kay 105 ulie 106 Brady 106 Cathy 106 Cheryl 106 Jeanette 40, 86 Julius 106 Julie 36 Jerry 106 Karen A, 106, 43, 159 Leslie 106 Linda 40, 87, 106 Lisa 55 Preston 62, 106 Williams, Randy 50, 106 Williams, Scott 106 Williamson, Gail E. 106 Williamson, Mark 106 Willis, Margaret 40, 106 Wilson, Greg 50 Wilson, Wanda 14, 106 Wimberly, Belinda 106 Winfrey, Ron 131 Winn, Sharon 125 Winters, Michael 106 Wise, Michelle 106 Wood, Dorothy 106 Wood, Richard 106 Woodley, Dr. George 9 Woods, David 50 Wright, David 106 Wright, Donna K. 106 Wright, Larry 106 wright, Sheila 106 Wyatt, Jim 120 Wynn, David 50 .Y. Yates, Genelle 116 Young, Bobbie 121 Young, Cheryl 106 Young, David 149 Young, Roy 107 Young, Steve 107 Yousel, Essam Faveed 107 Yousif, Yasin 107 .Z. 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