University of Arkansas Fort Smith - Numa Yearbook (Fort Smith, AR)
- Class of 1984
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Westark has gone through some changes which in
the long run would benefit students pursuing a
degree. Most of the changes occured to heh:
students perform better in the academic field
though some still doubt the replacement of non-
credit grading to F.
This year marked another milestone for the college:
the newly installed IBM computer system. Students
majoring in business and data processing have much
to say about this.
"The new system has helped me to understand more
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What would your Westark scrapbook include?
Students who have shared the same
experiences usually put the same things in their
scrapbooks. Melinda Hermani, Wendy Quick,
Scott Shadd, and David Welsh said they would
put programs from the theatrical productions in
which they've been involved.
The media appreciation dinner
attracted media professionals such as
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Joel Stubblefield lakes
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Lisa Condren takes student ID pictures at the beginning of the fall semester.
Some student's scrapbook would include pictures of getting their student ID made and
getting their school calendar. Often they even keep their lD's and calendars to look back at
and see what they did throughout the year. Other students would want to include mementos
of the Media Appreciation Dinner, maybe they saved their name tag or their napkin, or
maybe they even got an autograph of a IV. anchorman to keep in their scrapbook.
Follow WCC journalism major Rusty Mizell, now with KFSM televi- The library is a quiet place to study.
sion, was a guest at the media appreciation dinner.
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Miss Arkansas Regina Hopper was here
both nights of the pageant.
Below - K ym Michele Koch was
crowned Miss Westark l984.
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entertained Friday night with gospel
Miss Oklahoma, Trelynda Kerr, was
with us Thursday night.
Left - Kim Herring, Miss Westark
l983, sang and gave her farewell
"A Tribute To Gersh win"
This year's pageant on April 5 and 6, '34 Tribute 1
Gershwin," was the largest ever with 24 girls froi
ages I7 to 23 participating. On Thursday night, 86
people came to watch the girls show off in evenit
gown and bathing suit. Friday night was talent nig
where l2LX7 people viewed some of the best talent
Judges for the pageant were Linda and David Bra
from Benton, Clarine Smith from Hot Springsf .lea
Whitely from Grove, Oklahoma, and Pam Herrima
from Fayetteville. Sam Jones, anchor of the Cham
2 weekday news in Tulsa was MC for the pageant
K ym receives a 5502 scholarship, an 58617 wardrot
and two dinners to Trotline Restaurant. The first
runner up receives a S350 scholarship, second rur
up a S250 scholarship, third runner up a Sl5O
scholarship, talent winner a SICX7 scholarship, and
Miss Congeniality a SIQ7 scholarship. by Angie
KITI modeled a lace-trimmed, white
Kym is excit d after renewing
the talent award.
K ym wore a low cut, sequin-
ien-look dress for the Miss
trimmed, brown gown for the
'estark fashion show.
evening gown competition,
or the talent competition, K yin did
K ym looked very chic in the
cute ballet dance.
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Miss Westark l984 - K ym Michele Koclf.
bathing suit competition.
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For her talent. Melissa did a tap
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For her talent she played a classical
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The pageant began and ended with the parade of contestants. Dan Harrold sang "lsn 't She Lovely" to the
contestants while they wait for the final results.
Standing before the panel of judges are Miss Westark contestants Kari Beth Latta, Karen Marie Johnston, Melissa Hays, Angie Davis,
Alwina Waldon, Cathy Basinger, Libby Renee Brooks, Pam Reed, Tammy McGee, Janet Morrow, K ynt Michele Koch, Karen Rhea Mitchell,
Debbie Meek. Stephanie Lynn Carr. La5hawn Talley, Vicki Pendleton. Cami Harvel, Tasha Wilson, Susie Boyer, Reehenda Greene. Missy
Pair, Marcia Lyle, Julie Russell, and Kimberly Brannon.
Miss Westark royalty, from left
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sw Congeniality, Melissa Hays, first
-, runner up, K ym Koch, Miss
Westark, Julie Russell. second
runner up, and Susie Boyer, third
Westark Keeps The Beat
Quentin and his date show their stuff at
the student mixer dance.
Excitement rises as the dancers clap their hands to the beat of the
Voltage Brothers at the homecoming dance.
From witches and vampires to clowns and punks, they were all there at
the Halloween Dance.
At the Halloween Dance the winners were, from left to
right, Cami Harvell A best female costume, Mac
McGinnis - best male costume, and Jimmy Franklin
and Kelly Johnson - best couples costumes.
Second place winners were Barry Youngblood and Rennee
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hlloween Dance contest.
lany students enjoyed the student mixer dance,
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This year's Season of
Entertainment lll has seen a big
growth in student participation
and general attendance. The basic'
purpose of the Season of
Entertainment in terms of
students is to create more
participation and involvement. It
also brought a lot of community
people to our campus.
It takes several months of
planning to determine the shows
brought to Westark each year.
The SAC has to consider the
budget, the appeal to the people,
and also have consideration of
other organizations who bring
productions to Fort Smith.
"Economics has a lot to do with
the shows we bring to Westarkf'
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'he SAC brought five productions
his year - National Opera, The
fhinese Magic Circus, Annie Get
four Gun starring Helen Cornelius
'nd Dave Rowland, Babes in
fgyland, and Blues in the Night
tarring Della Reese. Also included
1 the Season of Entertainment
vere two band concerts, two
horal concerts, and three plays.
ach year the Season of
ntertainment shows have been
ree to students, but there is a
ossibility that there will be a fee
or students at a discount of the
riginal price. "There are always
wore students at the productions
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nes that are free. They feel that
Hey are getting more for their
1oney," Jones said. by Angie
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Tonya Snuggs was captain of the raft.
Westark .loins In
Ra ft Race
The Student Activities Council sponsored a
group of students to participate in the United
Way Raft Race l983. The raft race is a
community project to raise money for area
charities. This was the first year the SAC
participated in the event. Each year the SAC
attempts to increase the involvement of
students in community projects. by Angie
The entrants are preparing their rafts for the race.
Tonya Snuggs and Lori Arnold attempt
to hehw the boat along with their oars.
Robert Ohlde and David Bergstrom cool
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tired crew after the race.
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All rafts were towed in if not finished by 4:30
The crew brought back what was
left of the raft.
Just A Swangin
Neither rain nor cold winds could keep the IQC117
people with concert tickets away from Harper Stadium,
Saturday night April 7. Fans from many miles away
came to see and hear Merle Haggard and John
Anderson perform. It was a night that will not be
forgotten very soon. My boyfriend, Ric, with camera
and I arrived at 7 o'clock expecting to best the
crowds. We didn 't, the place was packed. As we
walked through the backstage gate and out beside the
stage, the crowd went crazy. They were waving.
smiling. and yelling. All this went over our heads-to the
camera crew above us filming the event. We wandered
around for an hour before the emcee announced,
'Here 's John Anderson."
John started his show with his i980 hit She Just Started
liking Cheating Songs. The crowd was pleased when
Anderson performed other hits like, I Just Came Home
to Count the Memories, Would You Catch a Falling
Star?. Chicken Truck. Goin' Downhill and his latest Let
Somebody Else Drive. But I doubt if anyone within 50
miles was able to sleep through the roar as the
Anderson band started into the recent all hit Swangini
After John 's show. we went to his bus to meet his
band. By the way. John sounds the same whether he's
talking or sangini
During the intermission we heard from Freddy Powers,
The Strangers and Dana Haggard Ms. Haggard was
never introduced so we never knew who she was. She
is Merle 's daugbter.
The Hag arrived in Fort Smith before noon that day
agsl went downtown to a local store to buy a pair of
boots. He was caught by participants in Fort Smith
Pride's "clean sweep." Haggard. being the good
natured person he is, picked up a broom and hehred
sweep Garison Avenue. That night shortly after ten the
Hag was on stage singing his I969 classic Silver Wings
to start his show. Haggard has too many hits to
perform them all in full in one concert, so many songs
were combined into a medley.
After the concert we stood in knee deep mud, rain,
and cold winds, inhaling exhaust fumes from
Anderson 's bus, waiting to meet Mighty Merle. After 3
minutes Hag's manager came to the door and said
'1Suzanne, Merle is ready for you and your friend."l
learned that I have lots of 'friends. ' People l've never
seen before said things like, "I'm with her" and 'Tm
her sister" trying to follow me onto the bus. I wonder
if these same people would loan me a dollar. When
inside the bus. Merle introduced us to his dog, 'Tuffy.'
We sat and talked for a while, during which-time Merl
asked me to thank everyone for attending the show.
Merle said "without the D. J. 's that play my songs ana
the consumers that buy them I would not be in Fort
Smith." by Suzanne V. Parker '
1is year, the Student Activities Council sponsored the
'st annual Westark Olympics.
dere was five different events - an obstacle course, a
'ree-legged race, cow chip tossing, mud wrestling, and a
'eased pig race.
he winners were awarded Olympic type medals.
Robert Ohlde clears the hurdle in the obstacle
Dusty Smith, and Robert Ohlde race through the obstacle course.
and Dusty Smith.
Pepper McGinnis fbottoml and Missy Grice ftopl struggle to be
mud wrestling champion.
Winners were Khoi Ta. Missy Grice. Pepper McGinnis, Steve Jarrell,
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The last group of students enter the halls Of the Bill Crowder examines his zipper with the aid of Jack Gorham.
Vines to prepare for graduation,
Tonya Snuggs sure looks thrilled at the prospect of
Angie Davis is excited about
lnstruetor Don Tannehill patient
waits for exercises to begin.
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Returning to a tradition,
commencement was held outdoors
this spring. The area north of the
Vines building was dressed for
the occasion and mother nature
recnrrocated with a Qgutiful
Dr. Jefferson Farris, president of
UCA, was the speaker and his 3'
theme also echoed a tradition. He
told the graduates to consider
this day as the beginning of their '
education. their learning: not the
end of merely their training. He
warned the graduates that this
was not the best of times nor the
worst of times --- just their only
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International Dinner -
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The International Dinner, March I 7, provided lively entertainment an
delicious food for a sell-out crowd of 260
Represented at the dinner were people from Syria, Jordon, France,
Palestine, Lebanon, Kuwait, Singapore, Hmong, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia
Estonia, Peru, Venezuala, Japan, Indonesia, Cuba, Nicaragua, Mexico,
Bolivia, Sri Lanka, The Gambia, Egypt, Guatamala, Ireland, Iran, Hong
Kong, Columbia, and the Virgin Islands. The crowd was entertained by
folk and middle-eastern dancing, origami Cpaper foldingj, folk songs,
Laotian Khen pipe, steel drums, and many other forms of
Left - Aluwole Forster was master of
Right - The audience practices
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The World At Our Doorstep
BaBara captures the mood
with her exotic dancing,
Dan Leary performed Irish
songs and dialogue.
Stephane Bertin, Ana Maria Guerrero. Sonia
Ramirez, and Muhammad Hadi are in full
swing with a South American dance.
The purpose of this event is to share and learn about different
ultures, foods, arts, entertainment, and dress, and to make friends
tom different cultures. "lt also hehvs international students become
loser friends," says Khoi Ta.
Not only students, but other people from different cultures living in
he community participated in the dinner. Many local companies and
rocers were helpful in donating items for the dinner. Westark
afeteria, faculty, and counselors were also in on the activities.
"It seems impossible, but the international dinner keeps getting
etter and better every yearI" proudly exclaimed Jane Pryor. by Angie
Right, Phos Woodley is drumming away
with his Carribean steel drums.
Left, Abd Khirfan, BaBara, and lssam
BaBara enchanted the crowd,
And Food Galon
Hassam Abdallah and Hong F. Kok are busy serving the guests,
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lsao Shing Youchi from Japan and 'Mimi" from Hmong are
explaining to the guests their respective countries.
Ousama EL Masri from Syria gives BaBara a big
Gabriela Kinslow and Jorge Garcia are performing the Mexican Hat W
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displays from their country.
Above - This is only a fraction of the 260 guests. Below f Hong is
evidence of the food galore.
Thien Huynh and Van Dang sing beautiful
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Ardella Muthadi sharpens her typing skills in the lab.
John Collins studies a computer program.
And the star of the show is definitely the computer.
KSeatedj Betty Price, Doris Van Horne. Francis Bedell, Diana
Payne, Cindy Boyd, Katherine Taylor, Sharon Winn, and Emma
Watts. KStanding2 Gary Smith, Nolan Lickey-Chairman, Bill
acewell, David Craig, Paull Leggett, Ron Richard, John Collins,
nd Ray Sparks. KMugs2 Steve Lovick and Brenda Cantwell,
?renda Cantwell has a captive audience as she explains basic to a
Usually, students could be found in the computer lab working on
The newly expanded typing lab made supervision of classes a lot
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Students were asked to thumb through a fall semester catalog
of Community Service classes and 'pick the one that sounded
the most interesting. The class most often mentioned was a
Firearms instruction taught by Campus Security officer
Tandi Sanders-director, Ron Winfrey. Kathy Drap,
Lanet Ledford, Chrystal Settle, Vonita Roberts,
flar y Carr.
Board of Trustee Nancy Llewellyn taught a class on making hors d'oeuvres.
Students were also asked to look through a spring catalog
of offerings and choose a class or seminar or fair that best
illustrated the meaning and purpose of Community Service.
The response was overwhelmingly the Senior Opportunity
Day held in May,
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like Cooper, Winnie Kinsey. Nina Abernathy, Terri Smith,
largaret Newell. David Jackson, Nita Prock, Martha Efurd, Harold
iameron, Joanna Hudson.
A scrapbook of the developmental education division, l110SI
students agreed, would include snapshots of the skills lab full of
students working on improving in areas that need work.
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visit to the Technical Complex may get you a view of a carpentry project house being moved to its new location
or a lonely, dark figure in the welding lab.
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vp, John Samuels. Ken Butler. Lee Cummings, Stan
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including small engine repair and machine
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blood pressure check and gets pinned as
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Vertically, left to rightj Monica Snyder, Gale Hightower, Darla Porter, Anita Hammack,
'atti Tollitson, Deborah Austin, Judy Jones, Suzanne McGraw, Lyman Long, Carolyn
franch-chairman, Mary Hammack, Ruth Burns, June Lewis, Calline Dipboye, Susan Chaney.
Kathleen Kannett, Jerry Lee, Ophelia Smith.
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class demonstrations, Vinnie' lays in waiting for her duties as
a CPR dummie while students take exams at their 'desks.'.
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the year filling photo assignments for the
yearbook and newspaper.
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sketching in the Ballman-Speer art stu-
And, of course, the joy of working back-
stage where all the glamour is in the the-
atre scene shop.
Kneelingj Don Tannehill Gene Wells, Daniel
eary, Henry Rinne, il to R1 Don Lee, Greer
arris. David Young, Tom Walton, Betsy Alt-
Eann, Pete Howard. Gwen Brotherton, Kath-
,en Keck, Kathleen C ameron, Dr. John Preas,
'arbara Bartlett, Nancy Zechiedrich, Nancy
tover, Carmen Beshoner, Joy Lowe-Chair-
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Patti Hammock delivers her speech as so
many students do the last week of Intro-
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'eaton, Sister Columba Mosely, Tom Clark,
hristy Cobb, Larry Weigand, Cheryl Pacheco,
'r. Carol Horne, Jim Houston, David Meeks,
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Above are members of the Ozark Ecology class of David Meeks
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Student A ctivities
The SAC is Westark's own form of student government. It's major
purpose is to encourage students to participate in school activities. The
SAC sponsors many events that both students and non-students attend
throughout the year.
From all the major dances to the Miss Westark Pageant to the various
stage productions, the SAC is involved right in the middle of them.
This year a new event was added to the intramural games also
sponsored by the SAC. The first Westark Olympics was a fun-filled
occasion that was highlighted by a mud wrestling match!
The SAC is also many student's second family. The friendly atmosphere
tends to draw the students closer and make them feel more at ease
expecially for the new students. by Dusty Smith
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Tonya Snuggs. Ken Pevehouse, and Lori Arnold attend a convention.
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Price, Wendy Carson. Lisa Beattie. Cami Harvel. Lori
Arnold. David Bergstrom. Ken Pevehouse, and Dusty
interests in many
bi' weekly newspaper,
staff is given
ack row, Todd Drake. David Welsh, Dusty Smith, David Martin, John Dunn, and
'ebbie Sherril Front row, Cami Harvel, Lisa Bell, and Lori Arnold. Under table, Angie
Pzelmas and .lay Steel
rant row. Hong F. Kok, Terry Bibbs. John Dunn, and Todd Drake. lagain?j Second
Jw, Nancy Steel. Karen Gordon. Pepper Popa, Robert Ohlde, C yndy Prater, and
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Tom Walton is the Director of 5tudent
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the fall semester.
Members of the '83-'84 cheerleader squad
are: Joan Franklin, Tasha Wilson, Sherri
Rye. Cami Harvel, Carl Foote, Kim Brannon.
Libby Brooks. Laura Osborne.
Libby and Joan are thrilled at hearing they made the squad.
Kim gets a hug as her name gets called.
Members of lhe drill team for '83-'34 are:
Margret Walker, Angie Mclemore, Allison
Anderson, Lisa Condren, La Shawn Talley.
Lori Christian, Carla Densmore, Cindy
Robison, Angela Henson.
Angela along with Laqhawn and Margret perform selected movemenls
Awards And Fare well
Basketball Coach Gayle Kaundart was inducted into the Arkansas Sports t
Lea the mascot retired after several years of posing.
Music instructor Logan Green was honored for his 20th anniversary at
estark 's soccer club had a winning season this year. Some of the
,olleges they played were College of the Ozarks, Carl Albert, John Brown.
Jniversity of Arkansas, and Ouachita.
Ithough not as popular in the United States, soccer is played world wide.
oach Woodley anticipates that in the l99O's soccer will become a regular
port activity in the United States. He says soccer demands skill and
endurance and teaches discipline.
"he soccer team has I5 regular members and is open for anyone who
vants to play. As 'Coach' Woodley says, "Soccer is a catharsis of
by Angie Ozelmas
Dr. George Woodley is the coach of the
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Soccer team members are, top row, Hong F. Kok, Essam Yousef, Wayel Kakaji, .lazan Kakaji, Phos Woodley, Fong K. Kok,
and Coach Woodley, bottom row, lsam Hamad, Stephane Bertin, Steve Jafi, and Abd Khirfan.
The purpose of the French club is to promote
appreciation and understanding of the French
culture, to provide practice in using French language
in social situations, and to sponsor the showing of
French films and video tapes to French classes.
The French club meets the first Monday of every
month. At the meetings the students converse, play
games, watch films, and sing - all in French. They
also learn to cook French dinners, and the students
take turns cooking for each meeting.
by Angie Ozelmas
French club officers are Debbie Sherrill, Secretaryf Treasurer,
Ann Valenti. President, and Laurie Lewis, Vice-president.
Members of the French club are Ann Valenti, Laurie Lewis, Tara Broussard, Stephone Bertin, Gary Baber, Tracy Hollimon,
Sister Carmon Beshoner, Leslie Shields, and Debbie Sherrill,
Spanish Club members are fbottom rowj Tim Gunter, Mike Groomer, Csecond rowj Nancy Zechiedrich.
Angie Davis, Melissa Powers. Kim Meneses, and Shawn Tompkins, I third rowQ Richard Moreau, Mattie Jo
Brewer. Patricia Ames, Bunryo Kao, and John Stappt Ktopj Donald Tibbits.
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nonstrates handmade goods from
atamala to the Spanish Club.
The Spanish Club works a bake sale in
the student union.
Students are busily studying
The Spanish Club, sponsored by Nancy Zechiedrich, promotes
friendship and understanding of the Hispanic culture, heritage, and
language. They hold bi-weekly meetings with occasional Spanish guest
speakers. At the meetings, everything is conducted in the Spanish
language. Annually, they have a River Fest booth, and they also offer a
trip to South America. by Angie Ozelmas
Students were asked to choose the three most significant news items to
include in their scrapbook of the college year. Surprisingly, the responses
were: I1 the widening of Waldron Road. 22 the increase in voter registra-
tion, and 32 the installation of more public phones on campus,
Westark offers a nine month program in which students can receive a
technical certificate qualifying them as members of an operating room
team. Formally called operating room technicians, their primary
function is to pass surgical instruments to the surgeon as he operates.
The technicians must have a basic knowledge of anatomy, physiology,
and pathology. In other words ORT's will know not to pass the gastric
surgical instruments to a surgeon operating on bones. They must also
be able to apply the principles of aseptic techniques and practice
For this they study basic microbiology to understand the process,
prevention and control for infection.
Debbie Gregory, Linda Komp, and Laurie
Smith are three of the nurses that passed
the state board exam,
Melody Copeland and Deborah Lamz hehw an invalid in the nurses skit
The nurses practice how to lead blind people.
Nurses demonstrate how to dress and how
not to dress.
Students were also asked to recall the three fondest memories fo
their scrapbook. The maiorit y agreed on Cheryl Prewitt Blackwood'
appearance at the Miss Westark pageant, Helen Cornelius in 'Dinah
Get Your Gun," and Stacey 's surprise birthday party.
Music Guild members are Ksittingj Kim Katz. .lanet Morrow, and Denise Alexander:
Cstandingj Chris Moss. l.ela Bailey, Gaylon White, Kim Townsend, Michael Banic, and
Stephen Ma yner.
he Music Guild is the student chapter of the American Choral
irectors Association. They hold meetings once a month. They attend
'fferent musical events and try to attend a convention of the parent
ganization each year.
vis past year the music guild sponsored a group of students to attend
verformance of the opera Carmen in Little Rock. by Angie Ozelmas
Kim Townsend, president discusses a
ture musical event
Members meet about planning a trip.
This year the concert band, directed by Henry
Rinne, performed two concerts. The band is open to
all students who have had experience with band
Members of the concert band are Dana Welch,
Vanita Means, Lela Bailey, Sondra Jones, Alan Hincle,
Chris Moss Joe Cokel Michelle Oualheim Stacy
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Sangster, Shannon Boyd, Robbie Parker, Alma Garner,
Denise White, Lisa Bell, Steve Mayner, Bliss
Alexander, and Tom Chatman.
Members of the pep band play at every home game
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Vhe pep band is always there to keep spirit and urge our team to
Jazz band members are Robbie Parker Joey Crane Sheryl Duncan, Ed Hoffman, Herb Brock, Andre Sanders, Deron Freeman, Chuck
Sumners Tom Chatman Alan Hmkle Chris Moss Joe Cokely, Cleo Toran, Bliss Alexander, land lying downj, Henry Rinne- director,
The jazz band performs various styles of jazz and pop music, They
have concerts on campus in the breedlove building, the student
union, and throughout the community. They also perform as the Miss
Westark Orchestra each year at the Miss Westark Pageant. by
Alan Chris Bliss and Ed are busily practicing Bliss, Joe. Herb, and Sheryl concentrate on their music.
The Wind Ensemble, directed by Henry Rinne, is a performing ensemble
that plays standard concert band repertoire. The ensemble is open to
any students who has previous band experience.
The ensemble has concerts every semester in the Breedlove
auditorium. They also perform in nursing homes, area schools, the
Westark student union, and at graduation. by Angie Ozelmas
vnnon Boyd and Sondra Jones
vcentrate on their music at one of
Members are fbottom rowj Dana Welch. Vanita Means, Lela Bailey, Sondra Jones. and Henry Rinnef K top rowj Alan
Hinkle, Chris Moss, Joe Cokely, Michelle Oualheim, Stacy Sangster, and Shannon Boyd. Not pictured are Robbie
Parker, Alma Garner. Denise White, Lisa Bell, Steve Mayner, Bliss Alexander, and Tom Chapman.
Choir members are C front row Q Angie Ozelmas, Angie Davis, Janet Morrow, Kim Katz, Tracey Peer, Debbie Edwards,
Lela Bailey, Helen Hurst, Valerie Sumners, and Dawn Dowty, fback rowj Shannon Boyd, Andre Sanders, Tim Gunter,
Stephen Mayner, Alan Hinkle, Michael Banic, Brian Gary, Chris Moss. Gaylon White, Lonnie Hurst, and Logan Green-
director. Not pictured are Denise Alexander, Stephanie Carr, Bryan Grober, Connie Harrald. and Kim Townsend.
The choir practices for their next concert as Kim
The choir practices their newest selection for the
The Westark Choir, directed by Logan Green, presented many concerts
throughout the year. The choir had a concert in October, and they
performed with the Fort Smith Symphony Orchestra in December. In
March, their spring concert featured music sang a capella. In April,
they performed Aesop 's Fables, which was set to music and staged.
Officers of the choir are Stephanie Carr, president, Kim Townsend,
vice-president, and Angie Davis, Secretaryf Treasurer. T
This past year at the October concert, the choir presented Green with l
a plaque commemorating his twenty years of service. by Angie l
he vocal ensemble, directed by Logan Green, scheduled many
erformances this year. They appeared at many different area high
chools in assembly programs and for music majors. They also
erformed in many nursing homes and for banquets and luncheons. In
vlarch, they were on KPOM television on the noon show.
'he ensemble has a variety of entertainment to offer - ranging from
erious a capella music to cute and funny skits.
Ensemble members are, C front rowj Janet Morrow and Stephanie Carr, sopranos. Dawn Dowty and Lela
Bailey. altosf Isecond rowj Brian Shock and Bryan Grober, tenors. Michael Banic and Gaylon White,
basses: Shannon Boyd, accompanist,
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In terna tional Club
The purpose of the International club is to provide
activities, ideas, and fellowship for international and
ln the fall semester they had a picnic. They also had a
picnic after the International Dinner to celebrate the
success of the dinner and also to say goodbye to the
students who are either changing colleges or going home
to their home country.
Oriental cultured people celebrate Chinese New Year to
bring luck. 50 the international club invited Northside
Vietnamese students to have a dance here to participate
a traditional custom of celebrating Chinese New Year.
Many club students help with community activities by
helping classes here and in other schools, assisting plays.
and interpreting for individuals.
By Angie Ozelmas
Jane Pryor. Alvaro Meneses. Mohammad Hadi, and Cheng Luan
Lee discuss plans for the International Club.
Dr, K incannon speaks to the International Club.
H V Students Together Effectively Progressing f5.T.E.P.j is responsible
R' for meeting the social and cultural needs of the black community.
, if S.T.E.P. seeks to introduce a variety of programs and events
. . which prove entertaining and educational. Furthermore, this
I A organization seeks to improve interracial relationships.
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Christian, La5hawn Talley. Rodney Reese, and
S.T.E.P. meets upstairs in the union.
img .A 1. S. T.E.P. also sponsored a fashion show
S. 1fE.P. sponsored an Easter Egg hunt at Lincoln Day Care Center.
Phi Theta Kappa - PTK
PTK members are I first rowj Judith Wrappe, Linda Wells, Meredith Martin, Margie Thomas, Leroy Swaim, Jimmy Stacy, and 1
Colleen Hutcheson, fsecond rowj Duane Griffin, Tara Broussard, Anne Bogner, Janice Belcher, Janet Bedford, Lauren Ball, and L
Christine Stack: C third rowj Larry Willhite, Becky Griffin, Janice Dunn, Jane Coon, Barbara Cobb, Angela Southerland, and 1
Tara Young, I fourth rowj Patricia Johnson, David Jackson, Paula Hutchinson, Betty Henderson, Becky Hassler, and Rosemary
Snodgrass, K fifth rowj Paul Longley, Patia Linton, Beth K inhaid, Jane Kimsey, Julie Jones, and Rachel Smith: I sixth rowj
Vanessa Owens, Judy Riser, Elaine Robertson, Donald Schwartz, and Ronald Schwartz. Not pictured are Sondra Coffman, Julie
Ammons, and Cindy Dodd. 1
Westark's chapter of PTK, chartered in April l947, is one of the oldest y
the state. It is classed as an honorary group whose main purpose is 4
recognize scholarship among students.
In order to be a member of PTK, one must be enrolled in college with 2
accumulated I2 hours of work leading to a recognized degree. One mtl
also have a grade point of 3.5 and ha ve established academic excellen
Students join by invitation only, and then there is a SI5 membership f
The fee provides certificates, membership manuals, and quarterly mag
zines for members. Each year, the Fort Smith Chamber of Commerq
honors two year students at a banquet. At commencement, PTK membe
will be noted on the program, wear a gold cord, and have a honor socie
seal on their diploma. L
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Dr, Horne is explaining the purpose and meaning
of PTK at the initiation ceremony on March I4,
Phi Beta Lambda-PBL
The purpose of PBL is to provide opportunities for post- secondary and A
ollege occupations and business teachers education. PBL is an integral
art of the instrumental program and in addition promotes a sense of
ivic and personal responsibility. Some of the goals of PBL are to
evelop business leadership, practice efficient money management, and
reate more interest in and understanding of American business.
This year PBL 's fund raiser was accepting donations for tickets for a
rawing, the winner received a frozen turkey and a country cured
hlast fall the chapter officers went to a leadership conference at
Fairfield Bay. In the spring they went to the state leadership
tonference where they competed in various events. by Angie Ozelmas
Above - Accounting is just one of the many
subjects studied by PBL members.
Left - Bill Lacewell and Doris Van Horne,
treasurer, Brian Gary, president, and .lonsye
Whitson, vice- president,
Members are I first rowj Cynthia Moore, Jetta Gayken, Kim Johnson, Dorothy Miller, Linda Phillips, Cathy Armstrong, Jackie Hutchinson,
md Emma Watts, I second rowj .loe Cokely, Mike Evans, Brian Gary, Richard Hecker, and Mike Parsons. Not pictured are Polly Baron, Ann
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Willmon, Belinda Cook, Mary Beth Hightower, Lois Lentine, Janet Lowery, Cindy Brown, atricia o nson an y g g
lane Kimsey, Ann Crow, Kim Moore, Riley Kincey, and Mike Bray.
sponsors, K im Johnson, secretary, Dorothy Miller,
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Over ICU students participated in the C o-op Ed program this academic year. For many, getting a job is what college
is all about and Co-op Ed gets you in one while you are still in school. Students are placed in jobs relating to their
major and receive 3 credit hours each semester for their employment.
Secretarial science students work as secretaries and journalism students may produce the news on a local TV
station or work as a switcher at Channel 40 like Monica Littlejohn is doing pictured above,
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rian Gary discusses points that the Baptist Student Center
Above - A student studies in the at-home atmosphere of
the Baptist Student Center.
Left - There is always something going on in the Baptist
The Baptist Student Center, financed by the Arkansas Baptist State
Convention, is available for all students of any denomination or race.
The BSC has luncheons every Wednesday with a special guest speaker.
On Friday mornings they ha ve a student-led devotional, and they have
Bible Studies on Monday each week. Also, each year they have a movie
night for the students to gather and ha ve fellowship. by Angie Ozelmas
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The Lions learned this year just how much people
expect from them.
They finished the season at 22-9, a record that
would bring cheers. to most fans. But when Westark
took a 53-36 beating from Mississippi County in the
opening round of the state tournament, most of the
Lion faithful just marked this season off as a
"Were one of the few teams in the country
can go 22-9 and consider an off year. " Assistant
Coach Wes Kaundart said. "We started four
freshman all year, and they were still good enough
to win the conference. I think that's an indication of
what kind of freshman group we brought in."
Indeed, the Lions entered the year with only four
sophomores, and only one forward, Chris Matlock.
had any measurable experience. But Matlock.
combined with freshmen Terrance Turnage, Maurice
Jackson, Carl Lott, and Kennard Alexander to form
the starting lineup that fashioned a 9-3 mark in the
Bi-State east conference and shared the league
crown with Eastern State.
"We played pretty sound defense all year,"
pointed out. "But at times. we couldn't get the shots
to fall on offense. We would look good for five or
ten minutes, but then we would hit a cold streak. "
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That's about the only way to describe the l984 season for the Lady Lions. The women roundballers had never had
a winning season, but Coach Jo Bottoms led this year's squad to an impressive I7-I2 record and defeated the No.
I team in the nation.
'Tm really proud of the effort that our girls put out this year," Bottoms said. "This was one of the hardest
working groups l've ever had. When it came time for a game, they were totally serious and they gave it their af!
all of the time." W
The one-two duo of Sandra Bagan and Sarah Raible were two big reasons fur Westarks success, Bagan, a 5'3" my
freshman from Marianna, and Raible, a 5 '7 " sophomore from Charlestem, finisipedigfirst and second in the Bidtagtei
east conference scoring charts, averaging overlifii? points per game between f'I26i!'?QQ,VV iit' i ytto l jg,
But Rogan and Raible didn't do it alone. Freshman Pam Watkins and snphomorerliaren Stephens were there to W I
provide valuable defense and rebounding, and freshman Tonya Clements provided a stabilizing factor from her -
point guard slot. Freshman Jalynn Miller played well after becoming eligible at the semester break, and Tanya
Wilson, Diane Walker and Rhoda Bailey supplied depth to the squad.
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The Lady Lions served notice of their abilities right off thebatt when theywonstheir first three games by
lopsided margins. lt was the best start ever for a Bottoms team, and it was meaty a hint of things to come.
"I was surprised at how well we came out and played early in the season," Bottottyshpointed out. "We jumped out
and played extremely well in our first threegames. As a matter of fact, wedidnftreally top those performaneesf
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put together by the Westark women. Bottoms' squad
came into the game with a I3-Il record. Connors State
stepped into the Westark Fieldhouse with a 24-O record
and the nation 's No. I ranking. But the Lady Lions took a
early lead and hit a school record 23 of 25 free throw
attempts to hold on for a stunning 7060 victory.
"The Connors game was a nice reward for the girls,"
Bottoms reflected. "We realized that we were limited in
some areas, but we tried to overcome our deficiencies b
hard work. The girls played hard for 40 minutes that
The win saved the Lady Lions some momentum and
they went on to win five of their last six regular season
games. But a heartbreaking 79-66 loss to Phillips County
the opening round of the state tournament brought the
season to an abrupt end.
"I was real disappointed for the girls after the state
tournament," Bottoms said. "lt was a shame to see them
lose after they had played so well for the past month.
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chance to win. " by Brad Myers
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zmecoming court and their escorts are Laura Osborne with Skip
'y, Stephanie Griffith and Eric Peterson, .loan Franklin with
'vin Cole, Sonya Brown with Barry Youngblood, and Kathy Hop
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an Franklin gels congratulated by Charlie Wright after the during the coronatlon ceremony held Saturday, Feb, ll,
mmecoming game against Connors.
Members of the golf team as-ef Ckneelingj Packard Dewitt, Charlie Baugh, Bobby Lewis. and Grant Rhoadesz fstandingj
T. G. Parker, Dennis Clark. Skip Maniwald, Gerald Ware. and Coach Ron Richard,
Ron was surrounded by the 2000 plus crowd during every Packard handled the crowd as well as he concentramd on hi.
Lee, along with NBC Sports announcer Charlie Jones ia Fort Smith nativej fielded
questions during a press conference,
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iole exhibition on Wednesday, April 25. His free day in Fort Smith was
'or the benefit of the Girls Shelter. Westark was involved because two
rf Lee's playing companions were Coach Ron Richard fhe's both the
:ity and state amateur stroke championj and Packard Dewitt C captain
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grounds, more than enough to annoy coach Bill
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instances. managing to sweep only three double'
headers. But it was a late season tailspin that
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and we just got tired," Crowder said. ' When you get
in a situation like that you have to have eight or nine
good gitchers, and not many junior colleges have that
But the weather also played a major factor.
"Theres no question that all the rainouts affected us,"
he said. "lt threw off our hitters because it was so wet
that they coulda? even take batting practice. Then it
throw. We tried to work out as much as possible, lm
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Kansas produced' a split with lalaetteflfollege and af
sweep of Fort Scott toruo '-WCSIHWYS record i'0,J'l54'l'i
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four-year schools and play," Crowder said, "?'hat's ol
of our goals every year. If we can bring a kid in here
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his baseball skills, we feel like we've done our jobs"
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Garland County 2
Garland County 2
Longview College 2
Longview College 4
Indian Hills 5
Indian Hills O
Indian Hills I3
Carl Albert I
Carl Albert O
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College of Ozarks 7
Garland County I
Garland County 6
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Fort Scott, Ks 2
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Eastern State 7
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Carl Albert 5
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Labette, Ks 5
Labette, Ks 7
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Connors State 6 I
Connors State 5
Eastern State IO
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re intramural season featured competition in flegifeotbaiif bowlingQAI:ieeiCeibafi,W and volleyball i
ag football opened the IM season with oniy three teams, Stars, MQSfeHeS,cand Cougars. Stars boasted an i
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gh! members of the Lions basketball team wen the vofleybali crown in 3 raund robin tournament heid the week
:fore spring break. Three other teams Cougars, Bears and Syrians afso participated. Bears were runners-up.
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Monica Abernathy 84, l27 Angela Avial 39
Nina Abernathy 47
Judi Adams 84
Linda Adams 84
Admissons And Records 123 Tim Babb 85 Jeff Belcher 86
Bliss All-3X8l1d6I' 7Q 72 73 B3Bar3 36 37 38 jameg Bell 86
Denise Alexander 69
Kennard Alexander l32 I33 l35
Jodie Al-Jafari 84 L
Julie Allen 84
Ginger Allen 84
Randy Allen l9, I48
Betsy Altman 53
Patricia Ames 65, 84
Julia Ammons 84
Allison Anderson 61
Patrick Anderson 84
Mitch Andrews 84
Hon Kiat Ann 84
Fred Apperson 84
Abdollrahman Arjoman 84
Kathy Armstrong 79
Lori Arnold I6. 3Q 59.
Heather Askew- 20 21
Bubba Askins 84
Athletic Director I2
Janet Askins 84 ecxyv Bartlett 85 William Boothman 87
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Vanet Breedlove 87
vlattie .lo Brewer 65, 87
7Deri Brewton 87
Vhanon Bridges 116
Dan Brietenberg 57
llan Brigance 87
-lerb Brock 72
ieverly Brody 86
ibby Brooks 562 87
Vim Brooks 87
Kill Brown 84
findy Brown 79, 91
Zene Brown 88
rene Brown 88
flarion Brown 88
Vonya Brown 142, 143
'ara Broussard 64, 78, 88
Vhannon Bruaner 88
Fobin Bryan 153
fva Bryant 88
'om Buchanan 55
Iecky Bugh 88
lwari Bullington 88
Gina Burch 88
Jeffrey Burgess 88
Dr. .lames Burgess 116
Terri Burgess 88
Doris Burns 53
Max Burns 125
Business Division 42, 43
Business Office 128
Dan Butler 57
Ken Butler 49
C , islu iii
C afeterlaf ll
H-'fold 5 iaiii
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Camgus Shop ,127 ,fiii 8
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Dufsty C'ar:e1-188 ,gg sifi 1
Leigh Carter 20
Wendy Carson 19, 88
Dennis Cash 123
Brad Cason 19
Roy Castillow 89
Teresa Caves 89
Missy Cavin 89
Jerry Center 49
Neal Chamberlain 129
.lack Chambers 89
Susan Chaney 51
Joyce Chapman 166, 167
Tom Chatman 7Q 72, 73, 89
Boon Soon Chig 89
Russ Childers 152
Jennifer Chmieles 89
Benita Christian 89
l.ori Christian 61, 77, 89
Dennis Clark 144
Larry Clark 117
Tom Clark 55
Ricky Clayton 89
Mithch Clegg 19
Tonya Clements 137, 139
Barbara Cobb 78, 89
Christy Cobb 55
Renee Cochran 89
Doyle Coe 55
Kevin Cole 143
Rick Cole 89
Sherri Cole 89
.lohn Collins 42, 43, 128
Kelli Collins 89
Belinda Coke 79
Joe Cokely 7a 79
Commuhit y Service,
Lisa Condren 12, 61,
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Linda Cooper 90
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Mary Copeland 49
Carla Coplin D8 L
Mark Covey I6
,Morganne Cowart 90
Qertie Cox 90 5
Rflimiilei COX 90
Earle Craft 90
David Craig 43
Joey Craine 72, 90
Alice Crawford 90
Deanna Cronbaugh 90
Craig Cross 90
Jennifer Cress 90
Ann Crow 79, 90
Bill Crowder 34
Shelly Cumbie 90
Cindy Culpepper l53
Lee Cummings 49
Douglas Cusick 90
Van Dang 39
Greg Davis I48
Shirley Davis 9l
T,P. Da vis 5
Qeath of 5a Salesman 18, I9
Sgffotty Denne I53
Developmental Education Divisieftii il'e 1 735
Packard Dewitt I44
Janet Didier D8
Keri Didier 9l
Carla Dinsmore 6l, 9l
Calline Dipboye 5l
Christene Dismuke 9l
Cindy Dodd 9l
if Jfiiflron y Dodson D9
Mike Dotson 9l
Nancy Dover 53
Dawn Dowty 75, 91
ifitephanie Doyle 9l
Todd Drake 59
Kathy Drap 45
Sheryl Duncan 72
John Dunn l9, 59, 9l
iJoseph Duquette 9l
Gil Eagles 7
Lisa Eddings 92
Mary Edmisten D3
Dana Edwards 92
Debra Edwards 92
Kevin Edwards 92
Micheal Edwards 92, I32
Martha Efurd 47
Tammy Eggers 92
Larry Escalanta 92
Michaelle Etheridge 92
Dee Evans 92
Mike Evans 79, 92
Tracy Evans 92
Jim Fairbanks 92
Larry Farrar D8
Greer Farris 53
Jimmy Fennell 92
Mary, ferrari l25
Sunny Fike 55 ,ic aaf, L
Carolyn Fillipelli,l25e- -1ss-
Financial Aid I24
Steve Fincher 92
ififireman Save My Child 2l
Ronald Flanagan I9 ,
Bob Fletcher 92
Jackie Floyd 92
Carl Foote 60
Don Ford l29
Dr. Ron Formby I23
Ouwole Forster 36, 93, l2
Odene Forsythe I23
Pam Fout I28
Janet Fowler 93
Larry Fox 49
Patti Francisco 93
Betty Franklin 93
Joan Franklin 662 93, l43
Jodie Franks 93
Annette Freeman 93
Charlotte Freeman 93
Chris Freeman 93
David Freeman 93
French Club 64
Allen Frey l43
John Frost I9
le Es? ele A
Brian Gary 79, 8l, 93
Jetta Gayken 79, 93
Amy Gean 93
Donne Gibson 94
Rone Gibson 94
Donnie Gideon l28
Luther Gilyard I32, I33
Amy Glenn 94
Sherry Goins 94
Golf I44, l45
Cathy Goodwin 94
394-7, Delece Gordon 57
Karen Gordon 77, 94
Jack Gorham 34, l25, l67
Denise Goss 94
Paula Grady 94
Ann Greek 94
Logan Green 62, 74, 75
David Greene 94
Rechenda Greene 94
gf 5l?ebbie Gregory 67
tt, Grief: 27' 33, 94
iiii Gfffffn 94
iiiii Esecky Griffin 78
Norma Griffith 95
593 Griffith 142, 143
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Ana Marie Guerrero 37
Alan Guise 95
Mikle Guise 95
Tim Gunter 74, 95
Merle Haggard 32
Tammie Hall 95
Muhannad Hadi 36, 37, 76, I76
Isam Hamad 3 7, 63, 95
Zanara Hamilton 95
Kelly Manlin 95
Mary Hammack 5l
Pat Hammack 53, 95
Linda Hamilton 95
Tina Hanks 95
Quentin Hanna 95
Wendy Hardgra ve 262 74
Bonnie Harmon 49
Connie Harrald 96 -
Johnny Hartsfield 96
Cami Harvel 26, 661 96, I66, I67,
Monica Harvel 96
Becky Hassler 78
Health Occupations Divisions 5Q
Dianna Heathcott 96
Todd Heatherington 96
Dawn Hecker 96
Richard Hecker 79, 96, l28
Betty Henderson 78, 96
Glenda Hendrix l23
Kenna Hendrix 95
Bruce Henna I74 ,
Jeffery Henry ,j 3
Patty Hensley n " 7 n,nn , I
Angela Henson, I
Melinda Hermani 8, l9, 20,
Adam Hicks 96
Linda Hicks 96
Margie Hicks I25
Harold Hile I6, I2l
Alan Hinkle 7Q 72, 73
Gale Hightower 5l
Mary Beth Hightower 96
Mike Hightower 55
Leah Hilton 96
Teresa Hinton 97
Rebecca Hobson 97
Tommy Hobbs I32
Lanier Hocott 20
Craig Hodges 97
Bill Holder 55
Kim Holland 97
Tracy Hollimon 64, 97
Holloween Dance 26, 27
Terrence Holman 97
Stacey Holtrey 97
Dom Hong 97
Randy Hooker 97
Frederick Hop 49
Kathy Hop 97, I42, I43
Dr. Carol Horne 55
Patti Hosier 97
Jim Houston 54, 55
Jimmy Howard I32
Pete Howard I9, 53
Teresa Howard 97
Joanna Hudson 47
Richard Hudson l20
Cindy Hulsey 97
Dennis Hulsey 97
Humanities Division 52, 53
Leca Hunsucker 97
Frederick Hunt 97
Coay Hunter 98
Connie Hutchenson 78
Barbara Hutchensony 5 7
Lafe Hutchesaniltiflillil ltill ,
Paula Hutchinson' L78 llly
Helen Hurst 74, gyg' yllyli , illl I L
Chris Hun is ilti I
Pam Hurt 57
Brad Hyman 98
Shellie Inman 98
International Club 76
International Dinner 36-39
Charles Irish 55
Kelly Ivy 98, I26
Da vid Jackson 4 7,
sfeveicruaff 63 eess 1- etsre i rtsersne
Karri James 98 ' I
Stephen Jarrell 33, 98
Jeff Jenkins 98
Dave Jennings I52
Hank Johnson I29
Kelly Johnson 26
Kimberly Johnson 79, 98
Linda Johnson 98
Patricia Johnson 78, 79
Wilda Johnson 98
Charlie Jones I45
Lois Jones 98
Lynn Jones 99
Judy Jones 5l
Julie Jones 78
Sondra Jones 70, 73, 99
Stacy Jones 28, 29, 78, I22
Yazen Kakaaji 36, 63
Wail Kakaaji 36, 63
Kathleen Kannett 5l
Bunryo Kao 65
Kim Katz 69, 99
Kimberly Kay 99
Gayle Kaundart 62, I32
Wes Kaundart I32
Kathleen Keck 53
fassius Kelleybrew 99, l32, l35
llexander Kenna 99
fonnie Kennedy L27
Tay Kennedy 99
lbd Khirfan 37, 63, 99
bubanh Khounsonbath 99
Frat! Kidder, Sr. I9
Ikad Kidder, Jr. I9
ane Kimsey 78
'iley Kincey 79
retty King l26
'atrick King 99
,arah King 99
Dr. Sue Kincannon 76, l20
Vinnie Kinsey 47
Fabriela K inslow 39, 99
aura Klein 99
'ami Kleiner 99
flyrna Klemple ICX7
Petty Klusmeier I9
hirley Knave ICU
Iryon Knight IG?
'om Knight ICD
Tym Koch l23
long F. Kok 6, 59 3, ICD I67
ester Kok IOO
inda Komp 67
Zary Kuykendall ICD
Bill Lacewell 43, 79
Lady Lion Basketball I36-l4l
Sondra Lamar l2l
Deborah Lamz 67
Curtis LaRue IOO
Dianne Law l28
Steve' Layes ICD
Dan Leary 37, 53
Kathleen Lease l24
Janet Ledford 45
Cheng Luan Lee 76
Deena Lee ICD
Dijon Lee 53
Jerry Lee 5l
Paul Leggett 43
Lois Lentine I9, ICD
Reae Leslie ICD
Ed Levy 57
Bobby Lewis ICU I43
June Lewis 5l
Laurie Lewis 64
Remy Lewis 57
Teresa Lewis ICD
Nolan Lickey 43
Life with Mother Superior 20
Yvonne Ligon 59, IOO
Kok Jit Lim ICD
Patia Linton 78
Lion Baseball l46fl5l
Lion Basketball l32-l35
Billy Little lOl
Monica Littlejohn 8l, lOl
Susan Lelewellyn 45, ll 7
Lyman Long 561 5l
Paul Longley lOl
Carl Lott lOl, l32, l52
Steve Lovier 43
Brian Love lOl
Joy Lowe 53
Janet Lowery 79
Dana Luker lOl
Christine Lynch lOl
Jodi Magrani lOl
Sandra Mandell lOl
Skip Maniwald l44
Brad Maronar lOl, I49
John Marsh lOl
Cathy Martin lOl
David Martin 59, lOl, I6 7
Meredith Martin 78, lOl
Ousama El Masri 38
Kathy Mason lOl
Chris Matlock lOl, l32, I34
Lynn Matsler lO2
David Maxey lO2
Stephen Mayner 69, 70, 73,
Laurie McAlister l02
Verne McCabe I6
Darcie McCall l02
Roger McConnell lO2
Janice McCormick l02
Greg McCraney IOJ
Nikki McDaniel 20
Sean McDougal 102
James McElhanee 102
fkobg-rf Mcrarlm, Jr. 102
Tammy McGee 167
Pepper McGinnis 20 33,
RMQC McGinnis 20 26
Suzanne 3McGraw 51
Ken Mclntosh 129 2 2 3
Biff MCK6B'l29 2 f
Bud Melfinney 61, 129 2
Angela Mel emore 21022
Tim McNeil 49
Vanita Means 70 73
Debbie Meek 102
David Meeks IQ 55, 153
Joey Mendoza 153
Alvaro Meneces 153
Kim Meneses 65
Charles Melton 102
Janet Menshek 102
Mark Merrill 103
Dail Metcalf 103
Dorothy Miller 79
Johnny Miller 137
Linda Miller 126
Susan Miller 103
Rebecca Ming 103
Miss Westark 22, 23, 24, 25
Leslie Mitchell 103
Sami Mohammad 103
Widal Mohammad 103
Robin Moody 103
Cynthia Moody 103
Lisa Moore 103
Shawnee Moore 103
Richard Moreau 65
Linda Morga 103
Philip Morgan 103
Janet Morrow 69, 74, 75, 103
Arm Morse 103
Sister Columba Mosely 55
Chriss Moss 69, 70 72
Moss 104, 132
,'55i?iJ11e1la Muh1af1i42, 104
3 ' 'MMarvin Murdock 104, 132, 152
Greg Murtha 152
Tawfig Musa 104
Music Guild 69 -L 0
Dr. Lee Mynatt 123
Brad Myers 104, 16 7
Natural Science Division 54, 55 g 2
James Nauman 104 2 22
Renee Neal 104 2. 2 -
Shirley Nelms 128
Julili Nelson 104
H.L. Nevels 104 1
Janet Newell 16
Margaret Newell 47
Betty Nixon 123
Nick Nixon 104
Bartin Nogues 104
Numa Staff 166, 167
Bassem Nuri 104
Robert Ohlde 30 31, 33, 5 7
Odd Couple, The 16, 17
William O'Neal 149, 150
Roger Osborne 104
Vaness Owens 78
Angie Ozelmas 74, 104, 166
Mark Pace 152
Cheryl Pacheco 55
Pat 3 Parker 125 P
Robbie Parker 125
I GQ Parker 144
Diana Payne 43
Phi Payton 105
Tracey Peer 74, 105
Dorothy Pegues 105
Pam Pendleton 105
Vicki Pendleton 105
Margaret Pereez 105
Clifford Perkins 129
Gary Perry 126
Rhonda Perry 123
Personnel 124 2 2 2,
Cheryl Peters 6, 123
Gabe Peters 124
Trina Peters 105
Eric Peterson 19, 105, 153
Ken Pevehouse 16, 19, 105
Sandi Pevehouse 16
Terry Pevehouse 105
Phi Beta Lambda 78
Phi Theta Kappa 79
Trvone Hong Ph vong 105
Craig Pierce 105
Pauline Plummer 16
Karen Pogter 105
Deniece Poole 105
Jerry Poole 105
Darla Poret 51
Dr. Pat Porter 57
Melissa Powers 106
C yndy Prater 59, 106, 166, 16 7
Dr. John Preas 53
Cheryl Prewitt 68
Renee Primm 106
Nita Prock 47
Donald Pruiit 106
Beth Pryor 106
E va Pryor 126
Leigh Pryor 20
Jane Pryor 76, 123
Public Information 121
Veron Pulliam 106
Patty Purser 106
Michelle Oualheim 70 106
Wendy Quick 8, 19, 20, 21, 106
Sarah Raible 106, 13 7, 138, 139
Steve Ralls 16
Sonia Ramirez 27
Joni Rainwater 106
Dorothy Rappeport 56
Debbie Ray 106
Skip Ray 143
Pam Reed 19, 106
Ellene Rebsamen 122
Geneva Reese 129
Rodney Reese 77, 132, 135
Brent Reeves 107
Maxine Reeves 127
Ricky Rendell 107
Beth Revelle 19
Grant Rhoades 144
Ron Richard 43, 144
Linda Richards 107
Renee Richardson 27
Sara Richison 107
James Richmond 107
Virginia Riddle 107
Jonna Rider 107
7 73 174
Henry Rinne 53, 71, , ,
Judy Riser 78
Rick Ritschel 123
Gaines Roberts 107
Patsy Roberts 77, 107
Vonita Roberts 45
Elaine Robertson 78
Homer Robertson 50 61, 107
Kevin Robison 107
Royce Robison 107
Larry Rodden 107
Donna Roddy 107
Donna Rodgers 53, 167
Winnie Roe 16
Gil Rogers 20 21
Lisa Rogers 108
James Ross 108
Kecia Ross 108
Chandra Rush 124
Paula Russell 108
Sherri Rye 60 108
Tony Sagely 108, 147
Charles Sallazar 108
John Samuels 49
Andre Sanders 72, 108
Edward KSandyQ Sanders 117
Sandi Sanders 45
Stacy Sangster 70 73
Melanie Satterfield 108
Tim Scheurer 108
Holly Schluterman 123
Donald Schwartz 78, IO8
Ronald Schwartz 78, IO8
James Scott IO8
Sharon Scott IO8
Todd Seabarne IO8
Tripper Sears 52, I66, I6 7
Season Of Entertainment
Jacqueline Seiter IO8
Mark Seiter IO8
Lisa Selph IO8
Chrystal Settle 45
Sexy Sam I27
Scott Shadd 8, l9, 2I
Dr. James Shane I2O
David Sharum IO9
Roger Sharum 20
Tanya Sharum I3 7, I39
Leslie Shields 64
Debbie Sherrill 59, 64, IO9, I67
John Shiflett lO9
Brian Shock 75
Bruce Shopfner IO9
Sam Sicard II6
Tim Simard IO9
Jamie Simpson IO9
Todd Small IO9
Diana Smith I6
Dusty Smith 33, lO9, I74
Laurie Smith 67
Ophelia Smith 5l
Rachel Smith I6, 78
Renee Smith lO9
Ron Smith IO9
Terry Smith 47
Tina Smith IO9, I23
Rosemary Snodgrass 78
Jim Snow I6
Tonya Snuggs 6, 3Q 3I, 34, IO9, I 76
Monica Snyder 73
Soccer Club 63
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Division 56, 57
Bill Sopshire I27
Angela Southerland 78, ll9
Am Jad Spall IIO
Spanish Club 65
Ray Sparks 43, l28
Lucille Speakman II7
Johnny Spence I53
Ellen Spicer IIO
Brenda Springer IIO
Mike Springer IIO
Jim Stacy 78, IIO
Christine Stack 78
Staff Development I2I
Kim Stafford IIO
John Stapp 65
Cindy Stateler IIO
Doug Statham 49
Jay Steel 59, IIO
Nancy Steel 59, IIO
Karen Stephens IIQ I3 7, I39, I4O
Jeanne Stephens I29
Traci Stephens IIO
Curtis Stevens I29
Frank Stevenson IIO
Linda Stevenson IIO
Paul Stiegler IIQ I32
Rick Stickler IIO
LaNeiIe Stiles I27
Gene Stiles I27
Toni Stiles I27
Kim Stinebaugh I27
Sandy Stocks I24
Brenda Stout III
Tammy Stout III
Annette Strauser Ill
Sue Street I25
Joel Stubblefield II8, ll9
Scott Stubblefield Ill
Student Activities 58
Student Activities Direc
Student Nurse I22
Student Publications 59
Katherine Sullivan III
Valerie Sumners 74, III
Sandra Symond III
Khoi Ta 33
Hesham AI Tabbal III
Mayumi Takada I27
Tom Tallent I29
LaShawn Talley 6l 77
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Don Tannehill 34, 53
Da vid Taylor Ill
ames Taylor 111, 153
atherine Taylor 43
lancy Taylor 52
echnology Division 48, 49
Tarol Thrift 111
heally Thrift 19, 20
largie Thomas 78
'ill Thompson 116
1aurice Thompson 44, 57
eigh Ann Tippitt 111
atti Tollitson 51
hawn Tompkins 65, lll
ana Townsend lll
im Townsend 69, 111
ndrea Treat 111
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'avid Tucker 112
ngie Turdor 112
erance Turnage 112, 132, 133, 135,
Vrady Turner 27
Villiam Tuttle II2
ames Underwood 120
lnited Way Raft Race 30 31
nn Valenti 64
'oris Van Horne 43
'arin Vanourn 112
rew Van Wormer 112
harles Vaughn 112
DeAnna Vaughn 112
Mark Vickery 156
Curt Vinson 19, 112
Jeff Vire 19
Kim Vaughn 112
Alwina Waldon 112
Dianne Walker 112, 137, 138
Margaret Walker 61
Carol Walters 112
Joey Walters 132
Tom Walton 53, 165, 167
Gerald Ware 144
Randy Ward 150 152
CJ. Washington 19
Eric Washington 19
Brenda Watkins 112
Linda Watkins 112
Pam Watkins 112, 137
Emma Watts 43
Dr. Gordon Watts 121
Lonnie Watts 57
Donna Weaver 113
Sara Webb 113
Regina Webber 113
Nanie Weber 20 21
Katie Weber 20
Larry Weigand 55
Dana Welch 70 113
Carla Wells 113
Gene Wells 53
Linda Wells 78
David Welsh 8, 16, 19. 113, 114
Donna Whatley 113
Charles Wheeler 113
Denise White 70 73, 113
Gaylon White 69, 74
Teresa White 113
Norman Whitfield 113
,lonsye Whitson 113
Janet Wiley 113
Larry Willhite 78
Todd Williams 149, 152
Billy Windham 129
Sharon Winn 43
Steve Wilson 19
Tasha Wilson 60
George Woodley 63, 123
Phos Woodley 37, 63, 132
Word Processing 128
Judith Wrappe 78
Charlie Wright 132, 143, 152
Jim Wyatt 122
Genelle Yates 128
Amy Young 16
Bobby Young 126
David Young 53
Barry Youngblood 27, 143
lsao Shing Youchi 38
Essamy Yousef 63, 53
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Well, this is the end of our scrapbook. lt's time for
those last minute pictures that students hurriedly
paste in their scrapbook. Some of the soccer
students would want to keep this picture of their
coach learning all about soccer. A few others might
want to keep record of how much money they paid
back to the library for tax purposes. And others still
might want to remember the book store as it was at
the beginning of the semester when all the students
Dr. Woodley decides to learn all about soccer since he is going to be coach.
were rushing to buy used books so they wouldn 't
have to buy expensive new ones, or the book store
at the end of the semester when students were
rushing back to sell their books back to the book
store only to find out they wouldn 't buy most of
them back because there would be a new book in
the fall. Yes, those frustrating days at the end of the
semester - how we love them all
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Webster's New World Dictionary defines "scrapbook
as a book in which to mount clippings, pictures, etc.
Westark defines "scrapbook" as a series of people,
places, events, special moments. and memories of
life at a community college.
Many students collect all kinds of things for their
scrapbook. Some students may want to remember
how they dressed in college. Other students may
want to remember the diasters that happened during
Wendy, Linda, and Tonya are only a few that show this year's
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us the latest punk fashion.
Still others would want to remember those fun times
in the union where they forgot all about those tests
to study for or those term papers that were due the
next day. And others would want to remember their
instructors as they were out of the classroom.
We put together this scrapbook to help you
remember your days at Westark in l984.
Hoppy knows he has a good hand.
'Z4nnie Get Your Gun" stars pose with .loel
Stubblefield and Cami Harvel.
Dr. Ron Formby reveals
information about his tree
in the student union,
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The Vine's Building is the center
point for most business students.
Fine art students occupy
the Breedlove building
Whether you are a full-time or part-time
student. the Fullerton Union is a common
Students at WCC have many fond memories of the last calender year
because of the various activities going on. "I have to pick the SAC for
the scrapbook because they did so much great sutff," Tonya Snuggs
"The international dinnerp I was the master of ceremony," Mohamed
Hadi, a student from Jordan, said.
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