Utica Junior College - Uticanite Yearbook (Utica, MS)

 - Class of 1983

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TIDEIYTYCDLNYIIZ IQMUMEZS XXXXXXX GE u mlllp. .s U 5 aQ..,nooC0un,.?y 5 Sf.. 4:95 H 1:12. .no a Z o ,lb 5 54' . 4 5 S : -'.'i-73.-"1 --1'fv'f'- '- 5 4 5 ai . aw? 0 .::"fj'J 1- '.f yu "fp A' 'f'-at : T I. gh' .1:.f,5:'lf,3..-- . ,T it I 53 'i' '- :ie 5 O.. L ft ' .I f ' 2...."uooO".... Xxxxxvwee 4 f 6,0 .x Q I' C S 'Nxxxxxx 1983 UTICA JUNIOR COLLEGE UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 39175 OPENING TO This year has been Hlled with adversities, yet we sustained. Changes and mishaps have occurred, yet we endured. Uti- ca Junior College has with- stood for eighty years merely on the foundation in which it was built-determination. From this core of determina- tion has grown quality. Through quality, excellence prevailed. Opening doors and shaping minds are natural phenomena for Utica Junior College. Its proud heritage and large array of success sto- ries highlight its presence. Piercing through the clouds of enrollment, gazing into a new horizon, Utica Junior College has trodden into a new decade leaving its educational mask on the faces of those having even the smallest ambition. From determination and a dream, Utica Junior College was formed. From a desire it was established. From dedi- cation it grew and from sup- port it stands. From yesterday our tomorrow was planned. Yet, hoping that tomorrow will reflect our yesterday, we now begin ourjourney into-a new horizon. 2 EW HORIZO Qu., W l , :Q ' P , fgs.vf:.,. -2,"'3: jff' - ,vx .,-aw . , V , ., ',grigQ,,+, KX f 'gfu 245, 2, ,V i -,4 ' !',.CJ.v'5Q ', f ' Wvfb Q , , W :sy F 1V.lQ?j? 175, :ig 4: f I J : x av www' x , . -'f2?'?w-' . , . . , f W- 1 s 52 4, S c , -1 Q A 1:42 2 gk ,.y,. ff- , K .iii 5313, ,5' 'Mk A , .. , .. ,X-f . ,C ,MQ E? llllfVUQALlUfJQ ' v Ld V - ' ..-.--.nmawuf Q ey, ww an tr JR mw- wif,-Nm - vswsiswfwm' M W V- , if wx. ,.., X ,Min b n l., H X ' I Q ' -,-, ' 5 R' ff ' 1 A 'U' Q 1 S i xy? 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Students seem to enjoy Dr. Haynes' class. They say that she is one ofthe best. I W 'S X --",....1.-'Q -'cafe' I 'Q K ,gun , ' F--"4 Joan is the chemist of tomorrow. From this a cure for the incurea- A mind IS a terrible thing to waste. ble is in the making. 8 'T 5. f A' 'NN .f Q f ' . ' ,I-p l, j lif e " 589 4 wie fr- i l ., Q il I ' . nal' ' A 'ld WSH I xl ' ' 'Ni W .fwmmwa is yi 4? ,li I 1 f X If jr' 40 mw,fMQ ' N. Y ,Q 'f.f."J1 -I Mr. Berry's class is looking forward to making a discovery, Mr. Bruce holds an after class consultation with a con- cerned student. W ..- ?" -1 V 4 1 Y. 'Ng .xx ,Aa-"' ?' i The more I feed this computer the hungrier I am for more Beverly, Glenn, it's break time. Computer science students seem to find it programs. hard to break away from computers. 9 u -s ACADEMIC A.. ... .MM bv! giwpz Leonard and Butler spend most of their time in the electronics room. Practice makes perfect. W .WL ii-L.-nv f""'-Haag is Q, 5 ,- 'Ny- Q Q. fr .Zi . J V 'uf iff, fi ' 3 'L Nick reviews assignment before class. Better late than never. I0 Shelly tutors friend. Her daily activities are centered around help- ing those who need her assistance. ix. Marcellus, do you ever take a break? Wasted time is lossed knowl- edge. DIVISIO 3. ft 5523 Datum-ww, AQ J 1? -Q ii fl wgqzxfi 3 fl . 3 Q i ., ,- .N . . . - A 14' -W! HX""5W"' . ' L '-AL." i-53 ' , n j-f'f7isf1.-'-Lg?-5 "0 gli' .k., , 3 i 1 ' :K ,F N., lg? wb . I V57 fb'-H., gm X i is g he 1 1 A ' ,- rx 1 ' ' W' ""'3e I D -A-2 , 3 --N--M-.L in r J ' 3 Mf- sg V.. vw, if 'ik V 'Ei - , fi 'Q is is , . , , , ,,, V 'yu . i I x 5. , bv ,. 3 . - xxx xg5. ' f Q --...X '1 f 3' ff W , Let's talk theory for a minute, shall we! Let's begin with Nick. A IF' A 4? 'I if I How many grams is that Marcellus? Letas not go over board. So, that's what keeps you going-AMBITION 'C "x--. 'Wx ' lm, Q J ' . JL RJ 1 I gf' , TECHNICAL 1.5 QQ Nz. . I3 X ,gsfiix - 'Psa ,- ' 4, ggi? r 1 4- .. .'?,.,QfaM Q f -s - igxrk - a -' V -s S-H' as A ag. gig p Mary, Carolyn and Linda take time to study and com- plete homework. There must be a lot of homework, Linda is sharpening her pencil for the second time. 'N Sheliah works on completing several outfits that she models during the annual Model Of The Year Pageant. Sheliah is a sophomore clothing and textile major from Canton. She captivated the audience with her designs of shawls, casual and dress wear, thereby capturing the ,l title of Model Of The Year. J? 5' gs gtg .gi I F. 'fY?Qdr.i.'-Yig f,-V ,.M,L,mt AQ E W Q- 5 l Reese makes sewing look simple. His pattern is from Vogue. DIVISIO Q-Whitney, 1 A,qnuuu--f-ff 'hav' I Jn .a ENS . ig, 3, . '31 Butler has to get all of the screws out of even the smallest device, especially when they don't fit. Mr. Ford claims every- thing has to fit in exactly the right place. TOUGH. Darlene what happens when the needle breaks, the material is delicate and Mrs. Woolman is on you to finish a project? Sheliah says you remain calm and rip the material. .A if Hu 17, . , Q. Q . fs 'wi' is Aw' A ,. of ,V f sa fer it 1' . l fs. ft 'I -. wg 11- st v t t A 1-0 t u 1 fvs. A , 17,1 ' 'P' 'K .if ,f ' 'BV , - ag- a it 1 Q , ,, vf, xr ,, "5" 5 . 7 ' V5 ' ' ' . 3 i Q12 ff, 7 Y : , .3 f 2 X. f Q . 3 , ' 'A 2 v , X A -Q' ' Q 1' .if ii-t I 1 if ' """"""" K3 V ' . . I rm: ' ' - re f.. + . . f ' K 2 ' i iff T Q Q " Q l Ve' 'f ' .,.. V? 5 H , if J yi- 5 ,A I 5 '. f 4 fffflfz 31? ..,.- 1 1 1 . A ---, A ' ,A W " hz- 6, 53 as we ., -V Aix, VDC-TECH The vocational and technical division is a major attri- bute for many students who plan to enter the work- force upon graduation. Knowledge and skill give the UJC student that special edge. La, With its proud history, Utica Junior College continues to serve some of Mississippi's finest through its 17 vo- cational-technical offerings. The vo- cational-technical division is designed to provide students with training and experiences whereby developing ex- pertise in their major field. This ex- perience will better prepare students , I to enter the work-force. Approxi- Q mately 95? of all welding graduates are offered jobs upon graduation and 98? of all barbering students are em- ployed. Many of which are self-em- ployed. Preparing students for the fu ture is what UJC is all about. Dr. ' Worth Haynes is Vocational-Techni cal Director. Confidence comes with Know-how. Constance Gilmore has both. I 4 .Nm , A f'f7,aWm""M,,,N,f 4 . 4: 3 UN .x . s x. mv., f I-ww f 1? 1 L gb lt , '33 gk X, f ,S 2 Y' A ,yt 'i AX v ' K gag, 'ET' .., xx 5 UA T' wg - E--:Qui .. ,pv- 1 356' """-ws--V -.... -av ii- XX . XV Rx .xxx A 4. "'4'gQ3253 --. v"'-mv, gi' 5g'xi'A M- J -4449?-2l,TV5'.4,,q,.,V" 5. -- K. A.. fx I x' Y -ll , pw. ov' f I Q t - X IJ: f ., , fl Q 444 X3 , ,F X P' 4 4 n 1 1 . P M fa ", 3 ff f f. ' If , ,Gt 22 I 'V ff A, gf ffm? 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This scholastic year starts more than a new academic term for Utica Junior College, it starts a new association and alliance. The new association is with the Hinds Junior College District. Conversely, the independent educational institution of Utica Junior College comes to an end. There are adjectives to describe the deep sense of lost, however totally adequate ones fail to presently surface. lt is hoped that the aftermath of this new beginning will be hallmarked by actions and events of integrity that will advance human dignity, promote intellectual development for all persons and provide expanded opportunities. , ln the beginning was the end. ' Q TE21'irrr'st:t5i-nigga Utica Junior College 3' A, ' Q il "':"-Q-Ns., , x .Zim Acting Vice-President George E. Barnes M... A .T : .L .3 , fi X View-P 41" Q Q OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT October l4, l982 Dear Faculty. Staff, and Students: The pride ofany institution ofhigher learning is to have a yearbook that accurate- ly chronicles its activities. This yearbook staff has made us proud by vividly portray- ing and reflecting the activities and experiences shared by Utica Junior College's faculty, staff, students and the community. The purpose of education is to develop the potential of individuals for the better- ment of society: therefore it is indeed important that all facets of any educational program consist of quality faculty, staffand students. For this Utica Junior College strives. It has highly professionally trained faculty and staff who are inspired and dedicated to the task ofdeveloping individuals to their fullest capacities. The faculty and staff not only adapt to the needs of the students and the community, but they V t Another essential vehicle is the curriculum and its relationship to the develop- ment of individuals, At Utica Junior College, the curriculum is varied. It not only concerns itself with the development of one's academic and social responsibilities. but it also provides much broader understanding and recognition of how everything is interrelated. This curriculum further provides physical, emotional and spiritual growth, thus making the well-educated, competent student capable of reflective thought. The events and activities shared in these pages by faculty, staff, students, and the community, serve as a mirror that will reflect for years, positive experiences. lt is evident that much time and effort have gone into this publication: therefore, con- gratulations go to those who worked so diligently to insure its success. Respectfully yours. M4115 ffaw...-.., George E. oar-nes Acting Vice-President also seek student success and searchfor new methods to achieve this success. GEBH-bn --17 -- . . : aa! '-fi-L Q -1- .. Utica Juruor College ""1 e ,2L . - ff.. J-'l l uncA, mssissim J9l75 TK"-L , -7'--V Tl? 'T' N F ' 27 ..W.,X'-'-I. liv- I ..."u-' . . m' -'- COLLEGE REPRESENTA TIVES WHO'S WHO S.G.O. REPRESENTATIVES EEA EEE U 3 1 I 2 s MR. UTICA JU IOR COLLEGE , ,um 3 f-v F' 3 A ' ' fW'5Jit.:,:' ' , f 7' x fl! ,F Q KY? aa 41.26 A, ' :P M. V I Q gig? X l ,vfdw I CE DRI C DIX ON MISS UTICA JU IOR COLLEGE Wm-w+wff'f' ' ..y,,., UM y.-M.,vwfv:ff42'3'GfW" , ' ' " l7,,,,.M-uv.:-4' afar . ' f . LORA YOUNG I if ? W1 if ,2 "' ff via 1. -I if ,A Wa, 'V I, Q . VJ- "' , 15' - Q -1" gf 04 sf T 25.314 f t af The Miss UJC pageant is the most prestigious pageant held on cam- pus. Young ladies with different personalities and interest strive to achieve the honor. This year the spotlight will focus on Lora Young. Miss Utica Junior College 1982-83. Lora is a business administration major from Utica. She is a dean's list scholar who believes that you should take one day at a time and live each one to its fullest. Lora captivated the audience with her clarinet solo of Michael Jackson's "l'll Be There." She was inspired to participate in the pageant by friends but admits that her mother is the most influential person in her life. Lora is 5'6", 125 pounds. Her measurements are 36-26-36. She is the granddaughter of Mr. 8L Mrs. Wilson Young. Mary Johnson, a clerical science major from Port Gibson, was elected second runner-up to Miss UJC. Mary was inspired to enter the pag- eant by her most influential person-her mother. She is the daughter of Mr. 84 Mrs. Willie Johnson and is a dean's list scholar. Her mea- surements are 34-26-38. 32 Q UQUJN QM Qbsho QZDAU1 l Valarie Dawson. daughter of Dr. 84 Mrs. Eddie Dawson, was elected lst alternate in the Miss UJC pageant. Valarie entertained the audience with a dramatization of Black poetry. She is a sopho- more computer science major from Jackson. She is a Leo who looks forward to facing tomorrow's challenges. Her measurements are 32-24-32. Some of us just love challanges. Cassandra Bennett entered the Miss UJC pageant because she saw it as being a challenge. All eyes were on Mary as she performed a dramatic reading which placed her third in competition. She is a food service major who has maintained a B+ average. Her measurements are 36-27-36. She is the daughter of Mr. 84 Mrs. Lewis Bennett, Sr. G I F T E D A N D T A L E N T E D 33 AL TERNA TES 'X-1,4 a KENNETH F ULF ORD VALARIE DA WS ON ALTERNA TES MARY JOHNSON CASSANDRA BENNETT - 1, STUDE TGOVER ME TORGANIZATION 3.-W A 5 fs ,, , .. I 'fi H " if W s,3f5'l, , , 1 .QM WJ -"F, 1 gf' ff -x 5 Q -:A 34 4 1 gf. fx Rugby' 'M MQW'--nm .Q ,. , Y ,I , 4 A fn' e if if YA T. V N, "' g f EZ ii Ei Q A 2 - w,"'Q "' t me ' mf..-V Jhaffxx STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT ALICE BROWN N.. K, X 'X Dorothy Terry-Business Manager Utica-Sociology purposes are to: UD promote the general welfare ofthe Terrance Hunter-ViCe'PfCSldent collegeg Q25 provide active participation in student matters Natchez-C0mPUtef Sclence and activitiesg and Q35 to coordinate student activities. .4""" Ruby Davis-Secretary Hazlehurst-Clerical Science if THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT GRGANIZATION is the key student organization at Utica Junior College. Its if 7 N. A1 -44 1,14 his A ." 143.1 Alleane M. Ervin-Rep. Edna M. Taylor-Rep Jackson-Cosmetology Brandon-Cosmetology fi 37 MR. dna MISS SOPHOMURE l R' Q S S 5 5 ' 1 K R s fi ' i ? A i Q 'V 2 5 4 1 J H' s ' - Ji - 3 V Q1 f 1 5: 3 , 32 ' 1 4 sl , 5 l I it nb Q, Q H53 ' iz . , . rg ' , 'I' ., , A it 'S H Q Nw-1 A , k Nfl DONALD DUNLAP KAREN FOSTER 'R MR. di MISS FRESHMAN BEVERLY WADE JOHN WILLIAMS The first Miss Black Summer pageant was held July in the gymna- torium. William Foster, a sophomore media stu- dent, was coordinator and host ofthe pageant. Many students hope to make it an annual event. Contes- tants were Carolyn Fair, Alice Hilliard. Paulette Holmes, Linda Divinity, Brenda Williams, and Jeanette Williams. Grace, poise and coordi- nation were the focusing points in determining the first Miss Black Summer. Carolyn Fair, Miss Black Summer 1982-83, is a freshman secretarial sci- ence major from Ed- wards. Carolyn has par- ticipated in several pageants. She captured the title of Miss Upward Bound and was selected second alternate in the statewide Miss Upward Bound pageant. sf, ' N 'ZA' f gf .. 5 , .f 'V S'!Y?""P?"'g-pfm' K T Egg- 1.J::.:, ij if? atm few , Pb-W -, . Niki "Sm, ' 'p. ' is tsvij X af' 7 ,L . gb Q T-,Tu Q, gy yn tt, 9 ' if ",""jA332-vw-..,..., ,,.. W MISS BLACK SUMMER E ,Y if '- -ufv 5 mga- -A .- I s. Paulette Holmes, first alternate, is a native Jacksonian who is often seen on Alice Hilliard, second alternate, is a native of Hazle- "Black Gold". Paulette plans to establish a dancing career or become a regis- hurst. She is a cosmetology major who plans to become tered nurse. She enjoys dancing and designing. a hair designer and fashion coordinator. Even though 40 this was her first pagent appearance, Alice can be seen most Saturdays on "Black Gold." 't , sf. .I ,-, f.: 'v' x.""5 ,' .f I YW-44 f wxv, A Y V ,' -4.:,!"' " , . . 75 N28 ' bw: .1,. ' it w - V xt' 5':':gWf?'bYf.:' 'T frlkix I SWF.,--'pw' ' . rfjfi 32-A, -f-ZIP' x Nr ,W PATRICIA VAUGHN PATRICIA FAGUA BARBARA FIELDS 5 'H 2 J. Q ir V 12 ., ,11- . N 1 , 2 'H lg cp, 1Qg29hb :gk rf A Q1 Ei' FASH 3? 7 egg 6 ' 1 H s- Mg MX x, pf 5, GK iw- 1 -4 .auf ,a . ,z.. ,J if 44 1-.fu I its 1 . 1' .gf 6' Ni' S . Q31 'fm-Q Q. 'JG' O 4? ,4- :' 1 X M 4 'nv ' ,A 637:-f.,., ' f1fT?2-1 VANESSA ODEMS f Fclsi A K W5 , .' EM". . 2 .gwgt-gggzii Q 4 - FB n fi Q, 9 .Q ,,. ,P 4 if 3.-s 3 ' ' NRE: x , ' af Fri ,Nev 3 ,A f ,,,,,,fh .'1..S' '-' A 1 N! . i: .gi K , .sf 0 V . f.- N' 5 f, Q' na -Q -f. 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'ul - -,if-.,. x' A BARBERI G CLUB The barbering department is designed to train students in the best hair care possible Utica Junior College is one of the testing sites for administering the State Barbering Exam Having been rated excellent for years, this department is completely equipped with modern facilities for the best training in hair care. Services are rendered to the entire community. Donnell Nichols PRESIDENT Perry McFarland VICE PRESIDENT Virginia Henderson SECRETARY Josephine Jackson TREASURER Lesia Miley ASSISTANT TREASURER Karen Rose REPORTER Darlene Brown Arlene Bullock Frank Jones Dessie Mallard Leon Newton Betty Rawlings Darryl Reese Jeffery Ross Tamesker Ross Lisa Shannon Michael Simmons Hubert Smith Limmie Smith Lille Turner Pearline Watson Elaine Williams Samuel Richardson INSTRUCTOR i ,M ,Q Y W Mr. 84 Miss Barbering Jeffery Ross 8L Tameaker Ross I ,rll "V -I' L' ' v- 9 , , ' -xiii, A "1 X . I i ff' ' 3 A 71. cv "-'ff-1 ' A1 ,few f' V, gf! I ' 1. 1' -41 gb' Q. "-'inf :- -J., PHI BETA LAMBDA This club is designed to broaden students' understanding of economic and busi- ness phenomena and to engage students in projects that will strengthen their working relationship with others. The club also strives to develop in students those qualities that make for a successful citizen professionally and socially and is open to enrollees in business, secretarial training and other clerical courses. Clarisse Jones PRESIDENT Fannie Mack VICE-PRESIDENT Sherry Benson SECRETARY Gloria Rollins ASSISTANT SECRETARY Myrtle Davis TREASURER Carla Luster Marilyn Adams REPORTERS Cleveland Washington HISTORIAN Ruby Davis CHAPLAIN Carl Brown PARLIAMENTARIAN Patricia Bell Rosetta Coleman Mr 8: Miss Phi Beta Lambda Laffy Drake Cleveland Washington 84 Mary Shoulders Linda Ellis Madie Epps Carolyn Fair Joan Gibson Kim Gilmore Eva N. Hamilton Jacqueline Harris Eddie Hart Ester Jackson Marilyn Johnson Mary Johnson Mildred Scott Sonia Spencer Sherrie Stamps Rosie Terry Carolyn Thomas Deborah Turner Harold Walker Linda White Deana Whiting Mrs. Shirley Mason SPONSOR Jaled Darbandi CO-SPONSOR 51 SOPRANDS Billie Beaman Roslina Bennett Gwen Lacy Adline Burnley Charlene Thompson Clarisse Jones Freida Smith lda Johnson Renee Cowherd Valerie McNeal Debra Dixon Gertha Cook ALTOS Alice Brown Brenda Taylor Sharon Lee Sherrie Hodge Patricia Vaughn Shenedian Dixon COLLEGE CHOIR TENORS Aaron Joiner Anthony Hooker John Jones Austin Carter BASSES Allen Toblin Clayton Brown Floyd Cain Kevin Russell Waddell Griffin John Landfair Alice Brown PRESIDENT Waddell Griffin VICE-PRESIDENT Clarisse Jones SECRETARY lda Johnson ASSISTANT SECRETARY Charlene Thompson BUSINESS MANAGER Brenda Taylor Anthony Hooker CHAPLAINS Dr. Bobby Copper INSTRUCTOR MI' 81, MISS ChOlI' kent. X .-.....-I Music has been known to relax the mind. For some it does a whole lot more. London Moffett, PRESIDENT Charlene Thompson, VICE-PRESIDENT Brenda Taylor, SECRETARY Fred wlmams, TREASURER rr John Jones, BUSINESS MANAGER Allen Tobin, REPORTER t ,QE ,sf Agp xj ,,. l E e 3 , .. 9 ' , f 54 M.E.N.C. it Mr. 8a Miss M.E.N.C. Kevin Russell 8: Charlene Thompson f 4 A if si' -v Y 'mv-12. 'J The Cosmetology Club is open to cosmetoloty majors and provides opportunities for members to work together and become future leaders. lt is designed to unify class and daily activities and to promote individual styles and ideas. Betty decides on the style as Barbara sits attentively. li Regina Cheathan Brenda Davis Annette Floyd Gregrick Glover Gwendolny l-lawthrome Betty Hick Anglin Lee Delores McGowan Sharon Muffett Bertha Moses Victoria Neal Patricia Oliver Sharon Perryman Coralette Shelby Theresa Shorten Sandra Stander Mary Stratton Debra S. Taylor Barbara Turmen Annie Stander Betty Walton Gloria Wells Della Wilson Janet White Ida H. Thomas Advisor Willie P. Burnley Co-Advisory COSME .mix 'CT' Mr. 81 Miss Cosmetolegy Charles Mallard8L Ladette Expose ij " at K r . X .J Q, ,ff - - . 4 1 'VMI g, , . . - K ' A - ' .1 l I ..v' - ' . V ,- L 'I 4"fl-H.. V 1 ,. It , ug .:. 1, g v J 1 3 -, . 'v,., 1. 'n T.. , I 1 bn l In s .M 1, ' .. ' ..u .- We-f "ll""i' .I E. ,b. . n ,, 1 . Q , 1. . v 4 54 ,'., :,, ..' .H yi. . ,1 ' . WV' Sharon Shelton, PRESIDENT Betty Hicks, SECRETARY Lielian Harris, TREASURER Sharon Perryman, BUS. MANAGER Janet White, PARLIAMENTARIAN Roland Anderson, SGT. AT-ARMS Della Wilson, REPORTER James Monk, REPORTER Harnester Curry Alleane Ervin Kenneth Fulford Janet Hardge Delphine Henry Alice Hilliard Gladys Hubbard Vergie Hudson Ruby Hunter Beulah Kelly Gwendolyn Kelly Angela McKenzie I.F. Muhammed Linda Robinson Esther Trunnell Phyllis Trunnell Christine Vincent Mrs. lda Thomas, Advisor Mrs. Willie Burnley Advisor Hair care IS usually lmportant to the lady who cares I THINK this is the way it is done. F, ,. :gift 1 L I , ' A l ':,: . i A '- if ' il I 5. If 'ws .5 f 44 Meg. I , I i f Ri l ' Aa 1 ' J- J! . 2 1' J, 5 ' 5 ff YQ! , a 5 .ma Zi! ESQUIRETTE CLUB The Esquirette Club is designed for the career minded lady who has a strong desire for leadership. Grooming, caring, discipline and determination are a few of the characteristics depicting the Esquirette. ' r ., if . , Q, ' .i e ss, P -U C1 Ani il if ' Ei v,"" I ls this really a part of the job? 56 Vicky Branch Nancy Cassell Jacqueline Clark Jannie Erves Sandra Fair Kathy Harris Betrice Hicks Bessie Jenkins Linda Jones Marilyn Levy Carolyn Matthews Katherine McDonald Jacqueline Neal Vera Neal Geraldine Odem Verna Phillips Mrs. Margaree Jenkins ADVISOR Miss Esquirette Jacqueline Neal 4 L' Viv! W?-VA' ,. X Mf'?Qn if to O K. '.,.-..s r T1 in -,L-1:5 F' S ,gi 3. Mr. Esquire James White ESQUIRE CLUB PURPOSE: To maintain a good under- standing between faculty members and the student body: and to help young men become leaders of to- morrow. MOTTO: Together we stand and divid- ed we fall. QUALIFICATIONS: Must be a stu- dent of Utica Junior College. Must Maintain at least a "C" average. Must demon- strate quality of leadership abili- ties and traits. Self Disci- plined. Well Groomed. RULES AND REGULATIONS: Members must attend all meetings on time. Must pay monthly club dues. Must wear club colors fOn occasionsj. If a member falls below standards, he will then be counseled by the club presi- dent and sponosrs. If by chance there should be a termination, it would be de- cided by the members. There will not be any disorderly conduct tolerated. CLUB COLORS: Black and White W . 'Q 'Q n H 'W James White PRESIDENT Harold Walder VICE-PRESIDENT Larry Johnson TREASURER Cleveland Washington SECRETARY Victor Sneed PARLIAMENTARIAN Calvin Harris Cornelius Turner Mr. Bose Bruce ADVISOR Mrs. Amanda Hubbard CO-ADVISOR CHESS CLUB 5 s i . .L 455, -l P L i f I A I ea 9 .Y L . -9 if dx 'Y 7 .1 in J-v J . 1,5 'V .5 I r I The Chess Club is designed: To To To To To To To provide students the opportunity to learn fundamentals of chess. develop chess as an educational and recreational game. broaden the culture of the individual and the group. provide a meeting place for chess players. provide chess literature. provide equipment for various types of chess matches and tournaments. promote various types of matches, tournaments, and chess exhibits and to foster good relations with the great chess fraternity by affiliation with regional organizations and the national United States Chess Federation. Membership is open to any member of the Utica Junior College family tfaculty, staff, adminis- tration, alumni, etc.J and to any student in good standing enrolled in the college. Stanley Price PRESIDENT Kenneth Johnson VICE-PRESIDENT Alean German SECRETARY Tina Turner TREASURER Meredith Coleman BUSINESS MGR. Ronnie Mason Vertina Brown Rosalyn Bennett Minnie Mims Jacqueline Barnes Dr. John Powers ADVISOR CONCENTRATION 58 ti . W ' , , . 'YU l E S' ik ,. Q ' 5: if H Lx ' ' Li? Mr. 84 Miss Chess Meredith Coleman 8a Kenneth Johnson 9 SPECIAL SERVICES The purpose of this organization is to promote and encourage interest in cultural events, high moral values, a sense ofself-worth and a desire for academic achieve- ment. To promote a menus of creating better communication among faculty, students and the community. Membership shall consist ofthose students enrolled in Student Special Services Program and those who meet the federal guideline. Shirley Blunt R Valarie Dawson Robert Ford Patricia Gray Wardell Griffin DeWayne Jamerson Jonathan Singleton if Janice Voss W Gwendolyn Williams Mrs. Maude Jordan 1 ' ADVISOR ,,.,. , A, Ms. Rosetta Young co-ADVISOR Mr. 8: Miss Special Services Cheryl Walls 81 Ted Carpenter I thought tutors did not have to study. In .7 tg ' - illi ii I Aiiii i V' 'hp -'L-:V 'v N -M f'-f -R f"' ' '- c.... ' P- .' ' - Q, wsu' " -- " ' W " A J x lzlyif., J, 2 J ' , ,I-gs-,. '-'- . 41, x F . ,I M , ty't' f iii ff 125' Q- ,.,.. t J - ' I' if 5 '5- 1 . rf Q . 4' 'QJ Aff f , , , XZ' 'E ' ' 'yfbfv E l f X""' M A ?h-'E' 1. 'Ji ii' if ' 1 11 4 c . A I ..., .,A, '..:.,. X I V: lrzvpvl A V 5, N A g,,V'f- -I is -5-. V L F ql L 1. E- . .5:L.. g . , M, J ,.. - V PM . :Ar 59 , 4. I ffm C,-. 2 A jfs' asf. X . ' ba I f " F A -MK N 'av ., x - vt. J, 3 7 p.f""'N'- 'MA ff A :wr I ' 'C W - . sb , , QEQS- ii -Cav X G, Q.. "' 'Law' 'I' 4. . n l Q 5. u .Q ' 5 lk 'Q if is .2 x I '. ...1r- 14,- i fi- 0 I 1 9 ii I 1 X ' ' 1 fi" 'X . ' l' ' 1 , . A . :I Nytrav ..', .. i 4 ti ,- ft ',. in COMPUTER SCIENCEXDA TA PROCESSING The purpose of this organization shall be: A. To promote interest, scholarships. enjoyment, and understanding of Data Processing and Computer Science among high school and junior college stu- dents. B. To assist members and majors in tutorial study upon request. C. To support and aide local or national organizations showing a need being for a good cause. D. To assist our club members while in sickness or distress and by legal and proper means elevate the moral, intellectual and social conditions of our members. Tammie Jelks Willie Johnson Mary Kees Ronald Mack Connie McGowan Valarie McNeil Mary O'Neil Sharon Richerdson Juanita Redfield Patricia Bell PRESIDENT Willie A. Lewis VICE PRESIDENT Jeradean Franklin SECRETARY Michael Green ASST. SECRETARY Lori Griffin TREASURER Barbara Robinson Doris Lewis Bennie Thomas PARLIAMENTARY Sterling Thomas Maxie Pope Yvette Walls REPORTER Annie Williams Brenda Beems Ms. Deborah Carter Jacqueline Benjamin ADVISOR Juanita Bwise Mr. William Walker Cynthia Carpenter CO-ADVISOR Gertha Cooks Valarie Dawson Mamie Evans Howard Franklin Dorothy Greene Joyce I-Iarris Kathy Harris Valerie Hopkins 60 f 3 I 'rv' ,fn . I' 1 I , 4 I if ' 3,3 'Q Mr. 84 Miss Computer Science Juanita Burse 8L Michael Green The purpose of this club is to work for the best opportunities for young children through: Providing a means for persons interested in young children to work together, increasing the knowledge and understanding of members through a variety of educational means, bringing relevant issues about the needs of young children to the attention of the public, working toward improving the health and educational standards for group care of children, improving the quality of life for them, and providing information and activities that would be beneficial to prospective child care majors of Utica Junior College. Walter Stewart PRESIDENT Malinda Johnson VICE PRESIDENT Jeannie Erves SECRETARY Yolanda Scott ASST. SECRETARY Brenda Butler TREASURER Willena Jenkins REPORTER Brenda Adam Maybelline Brown Sharolyn Brown Brenda Copeland Katherina Fortner Patricia Gray Kina Griffin Leora Hall Bessie Jenkins Matri Johnson Merl Johnson Zelma Johnson Patricia Joiner Katherine Jones Sharon Jones Helen Lee Henrietta Lewis Barbara Lyong Carolyn Matthews Diedra Neal Mary Perkins Helen Scott Cheryl Taylor Carolyn Thompson Dorothy Tory Tina Turner Polly Williams Mrs. Freddie Jackson ADVISOR Ms. Marilyn Binion CO-ADVISOR f,ffff.' ,ft 'il . jdlfpx I ,rn 1" ,f-ffl ffpaliifafza, +' FRE, fl.-fy :I 4' at '?itIq.f. f' t ff L 'L if. 1. i brag' 1 E' fbi? i fl. . J fl wifi I all-'fl ' Miss Child Care Brenda Copeland CHILD CARE CLUB Hifi M - . '-'fe . rw - 2" - J , . .L . 15. J . , ...fa2a.,.f,s? Tfe',e.es 'x , " fffjjr 1 w V' .,:'l'3f" Lf' 'N 31' Y, I ,'gk'fq,."'Ig 'bday A -zclff Y"f"k i -3 5 LSL, g qv:-g,-V . in .2 5 . 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Ervin Robert Ford Dexter Gaines Johnny Hamilton Joe Harris Lavin Harris Lilban M. Harris Preston Linzy Charles Mallard Ablet McDander Anthony McDaniel Ibrahim Muhammad Jerry Norrells Andre Rogers Karl Robinson Carlivin Smith Chico J. Stewart Debrah Taylor Stokes Lee Ethel Thomas George Walker Benard Webster Lonnie Harris Otis Wells Herbert Hollie Ronald Wilson Nathanel Hunley ADVISORS Milton Jackson Luther B. Jefferson Beulah M. Kelly Darnett King Anthony Larry Anglia Lee Yanier Lettles Rev. Joseph Bartee Mr. Freddie Edwards Mr. Bernard Hubbard Mr. James Pates Mr. Stephen Murray -. 7 Miss V.I.C.A. Debra Taylor U F g .,.i+- f 1 4 -f K - f v r 1 'lr' , 4: as' .- i ,,, 2 'X 'if' XV 1. i 1 'x x Q, C HUNOR SOCIETY PHI THETA KAPPA The Utica Junior College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is Alpha Beta X1 It IS a national honorary association composed of students who have achieved academic excellence and who have demonstrated outstanding moral character Gertha Mae Cook Cedrick Dixon Dororthy Erves Valarie Hopkins Sharon Richardson Sherrie Stamps Rosie Terry Lora Young CHEERLEADERS nnunuini-in cw--'fi is anne R Riggs fqgf iffi-'-5' 43 'Q T fmERaa: FNERXH' ' ' A -- Q: vw 10:3 5, -ar H,-v NX xx 'f 'fffiz' The cheerleaders help promote good sportsmanlike conduct, arouse real school spirit, accompany and cheer the teams victory. This club is open to all students. Vicki Hill PRESIDENT Dannie Eadon VICE-PRESIDENT Renise Steele SECRETARY Gail Maniel ASST. SECRETARY Rosalyn Womack A ' ll! TREASURER . ii,, T gimp Brenda Beamon 'ff PARLIAMENTARIAN Denise Hartfield -4,-Q MANAGER Miss Cheerleader Deena Holmes V is for Vigorous. 64 kiwi 4 4 -er I I., Q 4'i' 'fu' .r 4 , , I D -"v '-r CAMPUS MINISTRY 17.11, 1 .A J 1. '. f' S 3 S.. K 'b f Miss Campus Ministry Billie Beemon growth in higher education. Ruby Davis, PRESIDENT Dale Ellis, VICE PRESIDENT Janice Vors, SECRETARY Ella Griffin, ASST. SECRETARY Betty Curtis, TREASURER Josephine Jackson, CGURTESY CHAIRPERSON Jacqueline Jones, PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON Rev. Eddie McField, CHAPLAIN Patricia Bell Jackie Benjamine Paula Brent Vortia Brown Meredith Coleman Rene Cowhead Valarie Dawson Patricia Gaines Lori Griffin Virginia Henderson Sherry Hodge Cassandra Hughes Q The Campus Ministry is the interdenominational involvement of students, faculty, the community, and the church institutions seeking to cultivate human religious Gloria Hunley Tammie Jelks Aaron Joiner Ida Johnson Karla Luster Coleen Peterson Barbara Robinson Karen Rose Mildred Scott Lisa Shannon Tina Shelton Lillie Turner Smith John Smith Jonni Smith Yvette Walls Rosiland Womack Dorothy Terry Charelene Thompson Patricia Vaughn ADVISORS: Mrs. Amanda Hubbard Mrs. Jessie Dawson 65 THE C.L.A.W-CLASS, LEADERSHIP, AUTHORITY81 WOMA HUOD -P01-' -QE 5.-1 Y , il V 5 QR x' . ii 5' :- ,ct 'K f I t l I I at X We the members of the C.L.A.W. of Utica Junior College, in order to establish better human relationships, to obtain higher moral standards, and to have a closer working relationship with others, do dedicate to these goals. That members of C.L.A.W. should demonstrated: an upstanding moral character, an awareness of woman s present role in the society and her community, and an ability to aid the campus community when called upon to do so. Members should also strive to be positive influences in their com munities by promoting the ideals of C L A.W.'s in words and deeds. Membership is granted to those who maintain a "C"average. Beverley Jackson-SECRETARY Rene Cowherd-ASST. SECRETARY Allean McLarin-TREASURER Sandra Lowe-CHAPLAIN Lawanna Barnes Rosland Bennett Adline Burnley Rosetta Coleman Rene Cowherd Debra Dixon Geraldine Dixon Karen Foster Delphine Henry Dena Holmes Beverly Johnson Ida Johnson Kim Johnson Allean McLaurin Beluha Kelly Sharon Lee Linda Perry Rosland Womack f X C 5 AP! 'sl ' -o-R eq' . , . :S 1' Q- X '19 'lr' was Di. Shiiioy Hopkins, SPONSOR ' Mft' Monica Daniels- SPONSOR Big Sioiois-Shoiiio Hodge, BUSINESS MANAGERQ Aiioo Brown, VICE-PRESIDENT and Poiiioio Bell, PRESIDENT. AQW Absolute uczlity Partt'czQUatt'0n di Integrity is ,, N J is , isa .V., , ,gt ,.YE'i'x 3 ,..3,myM15 J" Y, ff, thi? " :K Q- :PMA ,X 5' if g':",y'lmf,nlivf-Q-'h.j: ,, nag- N -95. - I 4 "xy'Ql7"f 2 1, Mgzvfi .Adu- iag-'?gY'5? ' '-iff' 'Sf' 2- f-fd I ig , as Sweethearts-Joyce Harris, Sharon Paige, and Carrie Brown, SECRETARY. Fl WTA a I Qu-K xgvfew ' ' K-.. 'gif A, 1: 'gh fn- -, A' -,, V S A 1. V ' Gyv. V .A 'bg' . have Q ,. f 4- RQ--. Y M ' ' Q' 4 Q2 1 if-x 5 " Mag . ' ,. v g 'b-M, 's "Veg," 5 RY X x XX , , , va. N: I uv J' I R' tf 2 N X E' m 1. my QAQWJ Absolute Quality Participaton and Integrity-purpose and primary goal is to stimulate and motivate students to strive for success out of life, attend class and have a desire to be an example for those who will follow in our footsteps. Members try to develop and maintain a mature, positive self images. Membership is open to all students. Dewayne Jamison MR. AQ1r Cedrick Dixin Robert Ford Lewis Grady Donnell Nicholes BUSINESS MANAGER Baro Smith Felipe Moffett Anthony Rundles PRESIDENT ACTING TREASURER Patrick Thomas VICE-PRESIDENT John Jones Cornelius Turner CHAIRMAN James White Steve Green SPONSOR REPORTER Mr. Charles Bell 67 DRAMA TICS CLUB , 0 The Dramatics Club, "Thespians," is designed to give students a chance to demonstrate their abilities in all forms of the dramatic arts. lt is open to all students who are enrolled at Utica Junior College. Each year in May, the Thespians along with the choir, present the Dramatics and Music Awards, a parody of the Academy Awards. The dramatic arts and music students perform songs and forensic acts. Also, at this time, students are awarded trophies, plaques, and certificates for their outstanding participation in the organization. Too, the best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, and best support- ing actress awards are presented to the deserving and talented students selected by faculty judges. Each year, the Thespians compete in the Communicative Art Festival at Jackson State University. For the past two years, the Thespians won first place in dramatic monologue and oral interpretation of poetry, respectively. The Thespians also participate in other Communicative Arts Festivals across the state of Mississippi. William Anthony Foster PRESIDENT Micheal Ramson VICE-PRESIDENT Valarie Dawson SECRETARY Rhonda Hampton Cassandra Bennett Vertina Brown Steve Green Sherrie Hodge Aaron Joiner Minnie Mims Micheal Ransom BUSINESS MANAGER Earl Thomas ADVISORS Mrs. Rosia Crisler Dr. Mae Helen Thomas Pat Thomas Marcellus Turner Brenda Tangler Shrily Wade La Mell Wade Yvette Walls d,,fm.,.,,Ws,- -- .v v1'.-' sm ,www v 'M l Mr. 84 Miss Dramatics Micheal Ransom 8a Sherrie Hodge NEWSPAPER STAFF -if 'V-, M5 8 Q3 V-adv,-,, ,. .. . T x X. 1-X , 5 We my , PM .ig,,1., H isa. i" Selecting the right picture for an article is also important. fl? The Maroon 8L Gold Flash is the U.J.C. student news publication. Work on the college newspaper is designed to give interested students an oppor- tunity to acquire and develop skills in the area ofjournalism. Members are introduced to the world of investigating and writing newsworthy features, layout design, and preparations to the newspaper for printing. Students also learn how to prepare and release news stories to the various media. Gloria Guynes Nellie Johnson J EDITOR REPORTER Sherry Hodge Joyce Ross CO-EDITOR REPORTER Juanita Burse Jocelyn Jordan TYPISTS REPORTER Patricia Vaughn Jonathan Singleton TYPISTS REPORTER Aaron Joiner Willie M. Ealey REPORTER SPONSOR Sylvia Cole Bessie B. Brown REPORTER SPONSOR ks Q. w 1 . ' H 1 K- if K 5 H wit 3Q' W Wm-P' 'W X mggvgfbkwfhlsdk 3293 MM mag. I mx ,F Ar Nw 691-y.Jw ,V M ,. wlipiw WEE "V ' A In . my , 1.11- t Q 2 wwiv . VV ., v 5 ,-M..-"A 1 pl P P Q95 Y. f :- Jig 9,531.3 Q t 4 gag , A . , I- Q, X W lf., , X , ,qw -53 -:- Q " -1? 5'4 f,i" . . f' 5 'ii ' 1'5" ' .L-1 ,E ' 54' I ' '. ' Q f':f 23 4: 5.45, lik f ' ' ' ' -, ' ' 13312 ig 'I-5 V s Xe '- ' .:.gf35.f'?2.f'1'?3?i5 ':'fg'? . I x, P f . f.r?:'La+ -fl 1. , . 1 A eiiewffz 1- A 1: , - 32:7 f A -?: 22:1 Vw - Q1 - g .Wray :iv V, ,X .', .1 Tx, 442.3 5' , , A, Q , ,. ., f. , A 1, H - v fl Q X ,V ' '42 -f",44yW2,fg" "? . ' fx 1 V .1 . , . 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' . 4 ' 4 Q . r X 4 a ,, FRESHME Alfreda Allen Horace Allen Bobby Bailey LaWanda Barnes Melvin Barnes Brenda Beamon Jacqueline Benjamin Roslind Bennett Billie Beeman Phillip Blackman Sandra Bradley Clayton Brown Heindrick Brown Janice Brown Sarah Buck Adline Burnley Juanita Burse Constance Caston Emmett Caston Benard Charleston 72 l Q9 v M' s. ,Q 2 is N, Q A N , J, , , . s' .f Qfgrfl 33 1? it L i 3 x h J is fx 'il' 5 353 . , 'J , xx sink. v H-:gy x , www. ,M :ASNE - 'Q Q , ' ' 'I A x X I, if I . t ielig il .I N , arf of -ll ins Y-Q , Q ,N r - h my que? 3 X . J, ac.. fi ' exif? X . B. ii' ' '. it is - 'fi - -' x K' a .vt Q 'f-.-s A vx'R'A: lg, rW",sf. Sus f af' S , ,"t'iL 5 Ei., Q I 3 A i I J tl. f i i A A 4x X S. V ,. . Lf fv- 4 ,fs x .QP 'rw CNE 3 ij, , 1 X M ts, B49 I X 2 ' ..-W . .33 s 1 -ft 3' ki ' 5 .ts 5 we FRESHME WV .. x 9 3 if Q 'wx Mg? l li "ii'i :ai- vg. it C Xt" ,rx gf :J ,M - fs 5 xg --as ,...t.a may ,jg rafffer be iff Q . AER Q N X s . Y? X 53:2 mE: ' ' -Rm'+.,l'K"? R5 1 Regina Cheatham Mary Claiborne Debra Clark Orlanders Clark Tommy Clayburn Sylvia Cole Rosetta Coleman Dorothy Cooper Brinda Copeland Curtisene Daniels Bobby Davis Michael Davis Wilbert Davis Randy Dixon Shenedian Dixon Marilyn Dotson 8 Nancy Dotson Stanley Dotson Shirley Daniels Alma Edwards FRESHMEN Madie Epps Michael Felder Darlene Finch Annette Floyd 'ti tx, 1 fgxciii i E l H t l ' A Vi 62, li' S tg.. ,, r ,.,, wg f-ra J M ,R Q iq, fl' W ll le x Joseph Ford Aretha Foster Irene Foster John Franklin David Frazier Jimmy Fulgham Sylvia Funchess 74 Fil 61" 'ff .1 ' ff: 45 x s .. ,X ,ou 9 l J v A at or ,f J. WJ", , w, 2 ,. 'lu J F S, 4 Y KX AQ 4 N ,. Q ,.T. M sxygn' xii, W N , 'F xwga - - , X, ',w - Q-. Y Robert Ford Retha reviews notes before class. W .'.f,. K Bertha Franklin in- , x 4: J it N, ni , 'W ex! H-, fi wt' ii A it ' As 1 fi ,Q Linda Miller i ,J ,I James Monk Shirley remains after class to prepare tomorrow's Shirley-heavy date tonight? ax! FRESHME wh I 151 Q . Kg " . , t ' F , it 15' e ix 5, fs. assignment. What's up N 2 'Na . E Ag I ix f 3 f , Nellie Gaines Johnnie Gardner Inez Gibson Crystal Gilmore as A . P g , . , gk wo- , 1 . .Y -1,4 ft- - 'Yu e , S Ye Q 'S X az. 1 J N I 1 9 1 A ,ff 3 f J s l' 7 l J ""' -'-'-V - GK J J J t is t Phillip Moffett Jessie Montgomery Bertha Moses Jacqueline Neal Victoria Neal Brenda Nicholas Mary O,Neal 75 FRESHME Anthony Patton Edgar Patterson Jimmie Patterson Vanessa Payne Ray Porter Tammie Ransom Betty Rawling Sharon Richardson Andra Rogers Gloria Rollins Joyce Ross Tameaker Ross Kevin Russell Walter Russell Ray Sardin Kirk Patrick Scott Yolanda Scott Newton Sean Lisa Shannon Christine Shaw l l l -YVN it X if -..... k R ff! 'inf' , " 1 . .. Y Kb' 5 3 ' f ,. , -+ HS' ' 5. A .- 4.545 VME- f 3 gi Y . ' , 1 ' H Ti E - as 2 -iii Q . ,rw ' i ,- , 3, V K , K 1 I . , Q ig, 5 Q 7 . 15. 5 I 2, as 104 Qi- ' Q , ,K , X , my . in 1 3 I 4: 5. mi , B 3 sues 1 .ni ' r 3 ,. QFHNI -s.Qr'4i 5 l at 4 N I -...w-1--'swfa li in 5, b-. ' , . ex t ' ' S NNN- 6 'N 'N as S I at ,gg 64,4 - 'Y' 2 fzigxxi? is aka, iwtillx X ,P , I .qs Q K 5 5 'S , Us L..-5 :fs-Q 3 va si. gf . vt 2 4 - -ms. - 'Q X X x 5 l l 1 .4--" K .W ...,. , N 0w"M-tj -wm- Ya? 'U' Y ,T X also A as . J sf 6 yr . Neue' . 514-fi., mf'-'-Wiki-Q, . .V ' ' '-'Qi " t X la Q Hr X M - t at , rf rss' , l 5 , - X Q, in si ' mi-iw X. ,Q T335 if H t -iff 3 Q 3322, K 4 -A J wx s sw- . Q ,QM . ' x A 1. ' R5 er- C E? wa, K if lr fit or f ' FRESHME Teresa Shorter Mary Shoulders Jonathan Singleton Calvin Smith Freida Smith Jenny Smith Kenneth Smothers Pattye Smith Victer Sneed Wanda Stamps Barbara Starks Mary Stratton Deborah Taylor Sarah Taylor Geneva Terry Rosie Terry Jerome Thomas Mary Thomas Linda Thompson Janice Thraser FRESHMEN Allen Tobin Achebe Toochunu Dorothy Tory Jewel Truly X. Gina Turner Anthony Veal Beverly Wade Herbert Walker Ivory Walker Sherrie Warfield Cleveland Washington Glorie Wells '2'Z!.zaam- Otis Wells Linda White Sharon White Diana Whitening Charles Wiggins Doristean Wiggins Geanett Wiggins Cheryl Wilson 78 I 1 -tq, 3 . ilk 2 X Ji w X xx L -QN ' , --" A , 1 9 i, X l X i ,'!."4 .wx t f if W . ,3 va 7 5 4 4 , T J", JC' V I :S 'W' ,Q viii, . l 535 "Ni 5 Mu. Nr l-. wp- '. 45, L -.S ls.. -. A !mJ.j:.A'. .13-, ,gp -rg - 4' '54 -'14 I 1 ,s . ,V ., ,is xt Shia Q H iz. 0 ,-Q ' H.: f li '. Q' 'Sli V 1 , r' 1 5 5 '- 4 ' 2' f X , 1, "' lp ' ' X-- F - w- V , ' . feff 1 -I 'f' ' 'I " A' .023 H W' X1 " ' Y in . . 8 5: Na F' f. K9 ..:-:Pg ,, , 51141: W- fwr fvu, ,gg n, , FRESHME Gloria Wilson Annie Williams Catherine Williams Earnest Williams A--. QA, - ge, ff, if ,f Elaine Wiliiliams M ,.-.A 'M li Gwen Williams ' Kelvin Williams q ...M Robert Williams G X I Ll t it N 1' Eli 2.13 il fi tl Geneva looks startled. Could it be the price of the book? ,,,,.-w-"""""' U ' l A gf HMM -yr? sis M' wllhxmym' ,K-,Q .-13, a t., sf" -Ju QA!-, -w wf-0 i 7.43, ' 1,7 ' t ,Aw E' 0 zg' -'F' 'V ' - . ... ag E , 'ln:,.2 A v ' ' ' f 'rg 41' .di-"' X 'Q 'IFN .A ju ., wif ,X . 1 Q Evelyn shows enthusiasm as she rushes to her 8:30 photography class. 79 S OPH OM ORE S Alfred Allen Sarah Anderson Jacqueline Barnes Patricia Bell Sherry Benson Benita Bracey Clavin Brown Shelia Brown Brenda Bouie Jackie Buck Don Butler Ted Carpenter Nancy Cassell Rita Collins Christine Cooper Harvester Curry Linda Daniels Myrtle Davis Ruby Davis Valerie Dawson , Q , so if 5,3 XR. W ,NK 2 PM . X. v ' '.-- ,, t N :KW fi Lg :..v'lgagrX,.- 'tw- K A ii I X3 5? , H it "4 .c-Q Nur x X ' Q-' , .ff -ff' t ss. - 9 X A 'eff l, y if I rl X X N A B' 3 S OPH OM ORES V ,A yur 4' rr ' F' - Q N 3 . l W., . 5 'fra ' W, -fm-1 ff-fx, z"u f' ff', grlff me 4' e 'f' 'Z' Q:-f it f lift? -v rv ,af X P150 ilffr gf if ff , , , M Y a9Q4'f0'.5-ffiiff ,.,,1,-1 is it gnu A , ' 'X-,. . ix. 'J' av I 4 N Y ,AWN A 21- , A ' , M x xr. W X K W X QA K . -I 'h- 3 kfw-We 9, . . 'Rx R... Q X w.t.s+Xf -.fy . , . -V W Qwnww f - - -....wR!.:f.,i. , l . Audrey Dent Dewitt Divinity Cedric Dixon Larry Drake Donald Dunlap Darryl Ellis Janie Erves Jeannie Erves Lillie Ervin Mamie Evans Charles Flowers Karen Foster Sandra Franklin Kenneth Fulford Roan Gaines Kimberly Gilmore Clara Goods Samuel Goods Detrice Gordon Patricia Gray S OPH OM ORE S Angela Green Steve Green Wilson Green Ella Griffin A K, vs 'S 'ir J' N Q- emt K N Q Q x k 'N ,G A. it 1 . ,Q p A K X is . X 2-. sg s1f'N',,1 :S32N?fim E' ' ' E X xx x X N K ,Q 1.-.gs ki s ,. r 1- S ' less. L L T Q 5. .1 .. l sl-"sf ' S it QW J' X v' X t XV Sl i it A " 4 my, , 1 1. ,u 'E iz lvl 3 f Y 5 'rl fi B A f lthgwlurii -f' r lil ks .W-,KM A MW Q If A ' ' , -g,i,,M Eva Hamilton 1 "' , if y , .! pw, K ,rf XP? Q, N " 'v I X J! . .t if we gh , i l if al 325 1 x .91 .qi , If W' ?6' V kf X 3 1. ,.,. - , HT?" - X . 1" ' A . . , f ' "5 ,mfr ' A V ' .. 't f , JSF Nj. Q , 1- 1' V, . ' gui- . 1, -1- f A I .a 4 G - .l .s ,f - --'- ., ... fy: ,, 'f "- ' 1 ' ' gym-' rf" . iff ' ' X G . f f ' , a 4 . 'V ' 1 Q- 1. 1, ' V-M ' 53,4 f ,L ' - . l - : g s M. - L r r f N" -"' ' ' ' ' ' " ' M' 'P ' , , , f' :f-5: ' , Ffh: , 'Jr' ' f'-'L 1-A 'wt . -. ' , , . 5 14" -gs' ' N , 'fa-qjfz ' fsgq.-at ,. f V: 1. , ' w,L,LwL., fl '-f' . Q I -- it ..' Lgxgtigbzy. I I -A.-A. - V ' --gi-,, Au- V NY ,- 0 V, 'LEP -, , 'X Li, l Y! ,F -. ,:.e.A1f-f QQ,-535, J? ,f ...wxitng-Q -'asain-1, Qhkgw. NX be - -- Q .,, -- 'f ' f . ,f ,E ' ,A f My gg. tg '-at f f ,yy-g,'1",f, . 3 --, ez' My- Efkyfrggnidky M x Q. ,R x . -X .9 Z' Kwai' "L" '- 5-' iv.. li- "'1a,4eJ"','w "si" ,go Ue'1"X4g:L.4 ' 4" ' 1 . N -- W ' ' i' ' df' ,Q . , V '2"'NA " 'L .r 5 ,. Q 1 , v -If ' , V ffvaw' A f- we 'fe-w-sf' f 4 s . - ft- i 'l as .. A ' L 'I ij" fjx.-25.9 'f W1 g X! ,aw ,s 1 . . Q - , . sg., i- ' 1 . 2 - l - - I- ,gr . .' . .-.2 ,4 - ,4-.,'9gf,g,.q, w- , A ,.,mI,4gL:,'6 V f J V 6, Q . UP 0 J -- X ,vii-'fy I-147, ...K ,-.asfgz-,w E v-2, 'ff-., - ff- ' 3- '-:Lf 5.21 - ,- ,j"' 7 .M sa..-f-asf A twig-295 33 A -.t G - f fm-- " "' . G .. l ' ' , Leonard Harper .. 4-' 'e '- .. 5"-Lf? .4 9. 4 'xnxx 1 I A l, U 1 Charles enjoys reading the newspaper in between classes. Sports is usually his favorite section. Leora Hall Gine Harper Calvin Harris .t '. X tg-ef X - Jackie Harris E .il Joyce Harris My Kathy Harris -"i: Eddie Hart UJQQ ...f A A a N x N M S OPH OM ORES Gwendolyn Hawthorne Tony Hearn Eddie Hendricks Retha Henderson 'il 2 l :- 05159-P . ,N "wif J' QC v N? if XV Betty Hicks Annie Hill Vickie Hill Luna Hillery Sherrie Hodge Barbara Holman Paulette Holmes 83 S OPH OM ORE S Valarie Hopkins Jeannette Hubbard Cassandra Hughes Gloria Hunley Terrance Hunter Brenda Jackson Johnnie Jackson Luther Jefferson Bessie Jenkins Cynthia Jenkins Larry Johnson Malinda Johnson Marilyn Johnson Mary Johnson Nellie Johnson Ora Johnson Zelma Johnson Andrew Jones Clarisse Jones Gregory Jones .- .. nw r 'Q v.,'X. 3 N-f',,,...-. ' rt-, .Mi , w. ji ' Vx 'xg' x xt a s 'X 'Sf .s I 3 ff J' 5: Q, 1 Q ' K Q ' + f, F 8 X5 2 fi? i 3 i l Q' 1 is A if ,5,. n? X . ll ,W A NW ffmxf ,. ' xii' ' X it J .N 4 X , ,. ,A X , f 1 1 WF' X f A J c -I J I J M Q, I 3 ,t w 1.--- ai ith . N S OPH OM ORE S 3 5 Q 4 - 52- 'iwafx f N E 9 -lx J' t' gf f 3 S e--.af 2 ' X . , I. ., X. 1, ' 1 fl. u ull Jacqueline Jones John Jones Katherine Jones Linda Jones Ruby Jones Shirley Jones Jimmie Keller Gwendolyn Kelly Sarah Kelly Valorie Kelly Michael Kendricks Patricia Kyles Gwen Lacey Pamela Lane Everette Langdon Patricia Lawson Angela Lee Barbara Lee Sharon Lee Shirley Lee S OPH OM ORE S Lou Ellen Lewis Willie Lewis Eddie Liggin Sherry Lomax 'nfs-. .X MQ M. Q, Q X N x ff r Sandra Lowe Patricia Mallet Gail Maniel ht' A 4 S 86 I l W A st i ill- W F' E 1 , ' fr 1 l I sb 1 John Luckett l l .153 iff, 9 at 'lf H v A' A? av -WWI 'I 5.150 John has read at least ten cards already but says, "It takes a special card for my favorite lady-my mother." Felicia Manuel I T 'ff i'3ffZ Janice McCay Billy McGee Delores McGowan Alleana MCL21Ufif1 5 c P5 . -'fa A " N .AN NN A ,f I s R g i Sharon Moffett .A Jerry Norrells Verna Phillips 9 we A will 1 'N ':.'.Mf'2+4 FK S .1 ti ,Q xx V Q i, fr 1 l ly 2.4 Fi? E, A 1 w Donnell Nichols . X , at lf fi E l -5 y Yr: ' a Sandra Paige mx w gf N s 1 x .. i is fa-9 i 'Q y A if' 4:f,,ff1 gm , X I 4 , l Jeffery Ross S OPH OM ORES , ' , rf" 'Q an em" .nil 1, l Michael McMillian Deborah Miller Minnie Mims London Moffett Earnest says he hopes some- day the complete and true history is unveiled. : N A , l E 5 ,Y yn , 5 1' r XE Q ,4 Q an I ffm as , X f r 'il J as V' tk Xa k 8 X , ie. M AN . W X X 5 Sa. fhoggyl if wt, cg' Beulah Patton James Perkins Carolyn Rowan Mildred Scott lip M rx at ll 1 .ea f flilnf tstlllfai Linda Perry Sharon Shannon 87 S OPH OM ORE S Tina Shelton Michael Simmons Earnest Smith Mary Smotherman Sonia Spencer Annie Stander Archie Shears Michael Stokes Karen Swager Brenda Tangle Brenda Taylor Pearlie Taylor ? 88 ef .' if fe 1' X ,,.- my , if Qs yu 5-.f 9 'Q Y x www? At ' 9 ' 4 - 1 ' s 59:5 ill i 5.3.4 foray! i , lr 1 ,J tv' .,--w.s....s -- l 5 if' , "' I is iss? N . I. 2 ,.-, .,w5,,,M, W, M. Q X T., 3533-'sa .sw f -0 -if-W' E - . Mfbiws ,. i v , V F- V f . ' sqm-v-yr'-' "' K 5 K -.. wr-www -4 ff - A ij- .5 L my S , , .... Y .4 3,- , if ' is gg t 5-.X-'35 A v ,A K as 1 uni, s'1Ef'5k,,- . , r x . N 'C h 1-w.Qg1a!, . 1-2 ,.,- -0- ' e ,M 3 h ,,, ,,, ,M uf: "" 4 " ., wi "'h R' 'W A.. wb' " i ,K 3., sl xv' :A 'I Regular class attendance is important to the UJC student. So is ambition. 4-an S OPH OM ORE S Dorothy Terry Benny Thomas Carolyn Thomas Earl Thomas Sylvester Thornton Evelyn Tillman Sharon Trevillion Marcellus Turner Christine Vincent Ray Vincent Eloise Ward Wanda West Janie White Patricia White Paul White Brenda Williams Issac Williams Lillie Williams Carolyn Wilson Lora Young Mr. Johnny Crisler Dean of Students I ,Q af 1 L ADMI ISTRATIO 154 m - '. any 'K ' 1 1 ' K..-,1,:.s-Q' N N , , , V al.. R. i .. W, -4 i 1 ,m o . 5 , --. -1 :J -, Y as x s , ,, , t- .,,4xt x K, Nr R M . ',.f:m-Q L K j , .sy A W ,f -K ml' SXFEL.. ,tam 1 , , .sf Mr. Darrel Herron Transportation Director Dr. Worth Haynes Voc-Tech Director Ahh. i 1 A A f ' ui 4 i i Mr. Adam Jenkins Mrs. Gloria McKnight Mrs. Alma Simmons Assistant Vice Pres, for Accountant CashierfAcct. Rec.fPayroll Business Affairs FACUL TYXSTAFF 1' -V-hs? ' N QIQ 'Q 'J' Q 4 WN.. 1 4 file. 2 'IIA - in -xf 'K '-"'--'il 'J s-:I ' - .gf xx, -. ' T :,, I . hr ' I + jg. i if ' 4. :xl , , 'M -V . , , ' ,A if :ri K X Mr. L. J. Robinson Mrs. Ellestene Turner Mrs. Gwendolyn Strong Secruity Officer Registrar Registrar Assitant QS? ,af I ft ' 1 J if , , an ii 9 f ' si i -1 - 1. A 1 S .ffwixee 55 Q i I . , , ,aa 'G ef 5 If , 1 if x Q , -X k..me0f5Ss Xi' I , , W, 1335 K 5 , , I cl , iavbyix X, I ' li" ' t ' Q, i - X I f ee", A -1' f . L K .x N ., xuu, 6 ,wi ' T Q ' X i Qlf- ii 'ii .H sf' if A 1 Q7 ---1 if . ."' A ' f' V ., 1 N ' 4, ' gtfiifzirrfs. Q H if ,gr :Qin . 'A i . - A ' . .- A' 1 L2 is-, ".' ii .J Mrs. Alma Fisher Mrs. Annie Harper Mrs. Theresa Akbar Librarian Assistant Librarian Assistant Librarian X PN Dr. Bobby Cooper Music Lv,-.Mn I . 1, -1- . ' xx it . ll l xi 'NLP WS. XX 6 X l . rl xx ..'i-9 - rl li X 3' 1 g f? 3. B , gf, I f yi ji. , ,RT 1" ...X V f .- gpm - AQ " rx N h 'Aug 1. "'.N qv .A -ij. e . ' . ' x N s , : QR I ,f'i..Q- , I I' Qs.. gk W, .xxx A' TX -3 Mrs. Anita Griffin English ADMINISTRA TION 6 v' .gs .-B '-. , I fi NX X W lk, X ' lx Mr. Michael McCarty Art 1, Q .Q -Q .9 i ,- 1, ,L X . 'il 7 ., ' K A . xvg ' Mrs. Rosia Crisler English Mrs. Bessie Brown English Wx, . Uk--.-1 , , - l fi Q " - L. i Dr. M. Helen Thomas English FACUL TYfSTAFF YP' I ft 4 I 2 if " 1' I 5 1 -Aga. wg -.. S Dr. Mae C. Broach Reading Consortium ll -v rv, if ' f ax 1' f I ' ,I gl iv Mr. James Waddell English L5 A 'X 4, P f in E , 7 s-' C N- 1' . . ' F., f"'f'X if ..f 4, 'Lf' ' . 'g 531181. 5 5 . A...-K Mr. Cornelius Horton Mrs. Georiga Wiggins Voc-Tech Counselor Reading YT f -MTW' i 4 N H? X l 1. . X . ,"gEQ.P9i' C A Z :V :k Q . x-v, fx '.: , .,..,ixA V K -it , Ms. Ernestine Black Mrs. Shirley Mason Business Education Business Education , 1 1 4 r ADMI ISTRATIO J Ifx -llllj aqq """ 447 I N- lf" ,. - .' " f ff". . 'E' A. 1 ' , T f if if .V - ,E , X K A I, 4. V DN " 'L ,ZY f- -,V 4 , ,,, f , 4 f 1 t a ru .1 9. , I V- L., Q ,q 4' ' 1 f jf. Q -',- Nr .rf .1 Mr. Benjamin Harper Dr. Linden Haynes Mr. Mike Berry Natural Science Natural Science Natural Science If 1 445 4, .M . f ,gu i 4' A 7 0 'lf K f,i' . nf '4' -I ! ,tr 254 N! I 1 K l at Q f .2 I 'V -4 ff' V I ,vw : ihwlf' 2 I , 1 aj gf ' fl wr' . , , X 7 ' 5 ali' 1 U 'Q' . V if r 1 L lfflial' I . Mrs. Helen Hampton Mr. Johnny Halsell Mr. Albert Ross Natural Science Math Math FACUL TYfSTAFF I A jr , our v .X .QQ Q.. i Z , im Y I Q, , ' .V V 3 4 1 , f l F 31. 31, 5' ., , v 5. f?i . ,ll Y if "wa 4 K f ' F E 1 . f ' , 'A f " Aa '?3'f',lI'-35'5 ' .D f . saggy ' -' 'ta .l F Q 914 -' ' ' ' V ' f -? :Ja 5 - 'j 1- 14 ff' ' , 1? xr' 4.. L A -'i' 5 V If ' 4 .,',. , . M 'A'A fi f ' ,nf Mrs. Doris Evans Nursery School Director 1, VV f 4 Vo,s ff! If lQ f lf l I 5 Y , i z 5 Mr. Frank Crump Asst. Voc-Tech Director Mrs. Freddie Jackson Child Care 2:f-I' 1 l ,ra fl Q , ,,gq" fam- ve A 3' 'fly ixw Ii' .1 1' fi , Mr. David Fore Electronics Mrs. Juanita Smith Food Service lima, :fuk , , ,fit 5, .V '14 f':'f l J 'fl 'F - - .-,-Mi' ' ' Q f- : 1 I 5 E? M Q15 5 , , f ffwsfflf A -"l Mr. Gelal Darbandi Economics of ADMI ISTRA T10 V - ,"f::.n4---rf' H 1 X-L gr, Y -we N . M as 1. AN t. U .J fi A .fa r ' f Y f 1 , if , 1 9' ..,. gf , H, A A f If 2 A, V- A L A ,ff A if A y V 5 1 li AA t , r , I . s - - "VI" ' jfx 'fl' Af' v,i f igf 1 1, , in ' I n if A ' 3 Ilfjgjz? . I,-1045 ii f z' 'QM' S .A M V - .,f b - fgffafm ' X 'Q13igJ ' .,fg2T ' ' 1:-fm:-f'i'5f'k'i.' - . " ' 1 ', K 5 -, 4 ., 17 F ff f f ' A I " 1 -im 1 ',,'g?,'ff f'.g:1'- . A 1 ' fw w- .. .A f . 3 . Wfff A ' " ' 'f 1-' 1 ' 'ff.iad",9J " 'Vl f -?" f ' v - 5' ffl f w p, A f J f lu-Q?Q5f'1-91' - A Mr. Delois Mayes Post Mistress 'K X 'T X A Ms. Bobbie Mason Health 84 Physical Education Mr. Charles Porter Media Center "' In Mr. Earl Joe Nelson Health 84 P.E. Men Basketball Coach 4- x 7, 1 i V i if if ffi-T 5- Mrs. Amanda Hubbard Sec. Librarian 4 , ', 'e::t, A C i Q :ff A , A 4 A gg rdf' ist 'C f f !t . Q 1 "" 5. ,f' W -f. f'r,? 'L wx 'hw AA, A Dr. Eddie Dawson Continuing Education Director FA CUL TYfSTAFF S623 Dr. William Cornelius Ms. Christene Tanner Mrs. Willie P. Burnley Special Services Director Upward Bound Cosmetology Mr. Arthur Anderson Mr. Samuel Richardson Mrs. Ida Thomas Voc.-Tech. Counselor Barbering Cosmetology ADMINISTRA TIUN M, .Mai . 1 Mrs. Willie M. Thompson Mr. Freddie Edwards Secretarial Science Welding V NN. ox 1 , fa KX- X Mr. Bernard Robinson Mr. Bernard Hubbard Industrial Arts Masonry ,Q 1 , , W .n l ,, '- . new M "" , ' i"ij '7 : Mr. Johnnie McGee Machine Shop X N f 1, 1 -' is-1. V 2 l M ' Mr. Joseph Bartee Welding . .lx 4M if si' f C' FACULTYXSTAFF Y 12 4 R A , Mrs. Mary N. Scott CSDS Director he 9 siigf 3 Ms. Willie Ealey Public Relation Director i . .1135 V ., -- M' ,i H21 N ' . 'gi . ' " H 'f,',1,:,' . 1:f' 3"Yff34 . K4 J V. ,. 'Q P 'A wif? ' H Q, .1 , , , qs X , I I , . QS - ..4- "' 1 . ...Q N 1' -f X' "" 'Q , Mrs. Esther Jones Dormitory Counselor 1. .fl Dr. Shirley Hopkins CAI Director IQ! Mrs. Madelyn Bell Dean of Women , 1 P? Mrs. Debra Woolman Clothing 8L Textile 'Miihgfw URSERY SCHUOL em f 1 g , ., In " . y -bf: .f ' h. -,-a A L -"' Q . , 'G 'if . .t 2' X 5 . . 4- Mg.: . , xr i . . ' ' 's : 4" 1 'K ' 5 H Q ' x x 1 wx e , 'N s . s I 'rl vc, V, -it , .. . 2' -2 : we s -. ' , - -Q 4 ,, ' x .- Q X " A Q. fr I' . ,. s Q , ' , Q A.: . V5 Q' .Vu JJ "" x . 'Y 9 " ,K I . t P fi if fyx- ! 1.5 -Q A X 8: X Q2 x i I-' " Q4 Q R 1. 5? ,, -if A ' ' hr :E A 5 Q -ar Sri. 6'-z t L N , . l 2 N X' at se' i A ' " ,If F Q 1 ' C X, ., Q N - Q, . gl, is . . , M, x ' 'Q 1 R . Bose Bruce y x , X in V l J' ,K Kamekia Brown :xi fa A I W 1 ,. Ii xg .11 Terralon Cannon 1 s 2-f' xg f t W I A if - Rasheda Crisler 5 ' ii -XS fi ., , I A' .1 " "ii 1 Q 5- if S ,ju Q, I 1 I x 4 P 'ir I .M rw 53' '-" ' ., , X . ' 5 ' 1. -- ' " p u .vu ' wifi ' sf Julia Curry gf' 'lf Melody Fisher 2... i I is Lue Wanda Hicks 'if""s ' M " 'F M I g MN 1. - - - 3 4,,.: .. -A: , in t 'gm I smir- Candlce Horton . ' -1 , I 71 ,:.Q K 'Q 'A Q , I - . . - 'V q I . 3 Ag? -,g"" -I N E 'v Q E L f MJ t . .. I N., .. ...,N f,-31? As beautiful and golden I I . ,.,. S gh brown as the crisp leaves in M D W " 4 F the fall, brighter than sun- J :fi EM" H-if - 5 sf , - 5 shine on a clear summer day. 1- I , 1... I Egg Like the little watery eyes when old man winter calls, and a rose in the springtime when the aroma never seems to go away. For the beau- tiful color and sun in September, and for its fragrance, this day I will remember. I will remember this day when I am no longer able to play. I will remember my V nursery school days and Ms. Evans until Iam old and gray. Dinah Jennings Issie Martin Stanley Mason .S---' s Q' btjvmi .. I I I sxgswjyffk! . Yi. N I -5 ,I KA' 4 gf' Lue Wanda poises with guinea pig as others look in dismay. Tobias tries his hand at holding the animal 100 -. CHILD CARE - u , M' ' is K g 3 ' Q 1 f . ""?q, S A 5 W xl, , ' ,K .' -'v .x Q xhllf' I ' . ,M sg' , V, Q .sk J . - Q X x r 0, :-- I. ' ,Tia .ft ' ri? "' " - .ser if Y I 'J 'lf " - . 1 , .JS 1 fi cfs. ' I fs I - 'WEB-"f"'b'.-IS . . w . bv ..-, : ty? xx... , N kt , 'kt R ' X il 3 -. 4 All . 'l N:"'iu,. l R J.-I x N '. , f X I " 3' A 8 5' 'X A k I K M, S x vu ' ' g'Q,...:r NN V x W , ',, J f.'i l H QNX X I 'Q y. ' fl . H ' il I -5 gi' it ,. ,t we Y, Q' ' ' : " v 1 5 . , I we I 4 1 X et ,., -, ,- wr l -8, .S fa. :l NN, Q Eli ,I . It Q . 3 :K at-x.. :gil Nl I 3? I .i.Z,.:3 Y. A, I V- A W . :J w A .. E 'i 3 . A x -w T? I ..,.,,:,. 1 .li . ll K A ,IE ii ' J 4 .:" - : ffm ...:- z X .., . 53 I. 9 t 'x I , ig .1 I ,lf L ,,. , Andrea McGee Christopher McKnight Emily Miller Orvance Owens Bernardytte Robinson Tobias Robinson James Sardin Shaundra Simmons I am the one who always does what you ask me to dog I am the one who really loves you. I am the one who always stay cleang I am the one with the bright ideas and a mind ever so keen. I am your little sweetheart, at least, that is what you sayg I am the one who never does wrong and yet, must always pay. I am the one who sometimes go into a rageg I am you, mom and dad, when you were my age. Janeiro Smith Faith Strong Jimmie Stokes ffffxg 2 ki X4 '1 R. . yy 1 Y A - ,Q H f-M .L X., ' ,,,. ,Q ,uf I ,-ff", ...1-"' . . . . Wiy I found love at a very early age. I love saying cheese. BOARD OF TRUSTEES .-.M ..,..v -..,..-2-.mmf PK T.H. Kendall, lll tHinds Countyl Chairman Sharp W. Banks, Jr. fWarren Countyj Vice-Chairman W.M. Moss iHinds Countyl Secretary Walter R. Bivins, Hinds County Lewis Burghard, Copiah County Albert Butler, Claiborne County D.G. Fountain, Jr., Hinds County Jack B. Fowler, Hinds County Donald S. Oakes, Warren County Dale T. Sullivan, Copiah County Joseph T. Travillion, Jr., Claiborne Michael B. Vinson, Rankin County Ellis W. Wright, Jr., Hinds County George W. Wynne, Rankin County County s,NM""""-'-..,.h, I-X QVQLNJ v, . V r ,X 5' -'-, l , QS '. Sf - , Eff" x ,"'iYfY:'. , S? ,Q :atb , ,M 3? 'Ea 5 . ii - " c' X NT, .f x 2 fx 5' 'X ,, ,B g ,VZ ,E15I:f:5:5,, - if .. V t 5: . - 523' 3 Q' ve' E 2' ., A 4- .:f 5 f A -A bf M V' 6 fe , , ,lr SV Qi 55 . .,.-. 1 Q' ' 5 N .45 -, Y, -' 213. x .N . i ,: E-Ig , ., 'gi A . mf- " ug- - ,. . Q if . fig X N A s N X Q X Y X x QS? ggiw Q 1 .ax Vw , V N x Y 5 ffm v S , x Q s 2 uf' Q. XX X X X Q 'ix , W if N Nix 5 'S ? E x , . , SF. in 'V v X Vx Q, , ,. , .,,,,vX , sf ' 1.'11fs'f N Sk -3, Y: ' wif 1 X .1 .. 'f ,: If x Q5 13, . FS -V. 3 55,9 , 0 , lj, if 3? M Q X . . X A 5, .mf X z by 5 N JY' 11 'S 1 xx 6 Dx :Xian mlm :ji gm , K 4, 1 2 fvgwf . ' " A fg, ,N I '-,a ,4.., W 'A 5: f-fi 7 yy- , ,- K L iw. 1, Q' P , f , , WM ig, V ' sf-0 .. ,,,, , 3 ,M .3 41,319 Hy? a 14:-ff, ., vb, .. 'fx ' 4 ,V Q ls" :ai :ig A r ' V -,fgfvg 1 A . A uf wif? 92 3 SY' ' ' t ,v .V 51: ' fgflgfr ' ' 'ff . 51- X .- 5 " sf 1 1 S3 . .V Q: J, 1 ' ,V , A, f 3 - I V -f 5 ,Q .' - Q. 1 Q A 1? T255 ,.. - 5.1 ,A ,E ,r , P , , ff Vffif' T" . ww Q fr' 'Y ANNUAL THANKSGIVING DINNER 1 J Q 1 C - - ,:f'H"""1 ' , i 1 1 sig TH -r. A - V W i ve i X. -texas rw 14, 1. 1 ' fa-A . X.. -453 Mr. Arthur D21rT1piCr, priHCiP21l of HiI'1dS AHS, Signs guest Dr. Clyde Muse, Hinds Junior College District President, views book 35 MTS- Akbaf, hostess, looks OH- Thanksgiving program before signing guest book. Also, a bit of humor was shared by Dr. Muse and Ms. Ealey, hostess and program chairperson. f' 1L' Acting Vice-President Barnes checks register as Mrs. Crawford and friends accept program. 104 'Q S! FEASTI GINCOMMU ITYLOVE ' . fr X jk .,.- A A ?f - 'N A-M it-zffzsi V "M sw- vf an M. .f.,....-w-f S 5321 The feast began. In view is Mr. Sc Mrs. Stamps, Dr. Cooper and family coach Jo sie , Xt , 6 z E B S 2 1 i if Q --., . I J 'QW 6 , zefufl yi p gy vw. ' Nelson and family, and Mr. X it ...ll ff i Halsell. : 74' . 'E fe J. Lia i qs. I ,, el" ff 5 r if at Acting Vice-President Barnes serving as toastmaster, begins the Rev. Jerry Young, guest speaker, graces the audience with his Pf0gram. dynamic interpretation of the Thanksgiving theme "Feasting In Community Love." 3 2 if I" new Q fs, I i X M 'NGS Rev. Young captivates his audience as acting Vice-President and Mrs. Barnes looks on. 2 :J-uv-V"" t 1 , - 3' iv Serving the Thanksgiving dinner were Donnell Nichols, Fredrick Wilson, A bil Of hUm0f WHS Shared by DT- MUSC and Vice Tameaker Ross, Joe Nelson, Daryl Jenkins, Lisa Gilmore and Clifford Pfesldem Stokes- Kelker. 106 RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK The Tougaloo Choir performed a rendition of gospel selections during Religious Emphasis Week. Curtis Shears, A U.J.C. graduate sings lead as the choir performs REJOICING. Y Ms. Christine Lee gave encouraging Eddie Jackson 84 The Corinthians Hymethia Washington speaks to a packed words on the theme uFeasting In perform an array of gospel selections house during Religious Emphasis Week. Community Love". during Religious Emphasis Week. 107 EIGHT ANNUAL FASHIUN SHUW 93 l 'T " X. ',: br. . xt,xfn,.1.4 'xr , aging Pls -Q., 55412 . 'Q Qi .Iacqueline is modeling a light blue two Sandra is modeling a black quilted jacket piece skirt suit with a navy blue sweater. with a black pleated skirt accented with a gray blouse. IOX pawmg Q: F' . .1 r 'sf rf. ,.5,,,3?,, ,aim x it ' K 1 az.. .V 'V 'Wk ffl is ',w:,.ls.r4- . - r 'g Jacqueline again is modeling a purple ruf- fled dress with a beige belt and shoes to match. Across her shoulders she wears a purple and beige shawl. MADEMOISELLE'S COLLECTIO Shelia Brown, model of the year, is model- ing a rustjacket with a matching plaid skirt and brown blouse. "54?'5w -is 'JP' . ,,.--,::.-".-- --.. I'-,,.,..........: ' QL..- 1,,,,,....1. iw... 22115:-.:."..-"""""' .i W , 'F . 3 ,-.T ,E L EIL 'Qffl-,iii 5 Y ' .:.:1.Q,,- A , ,, V- A. ---....,. ,.. .. -----....,,,i, ' M ..,..m,, .--Y ,, ,,,,, A, " , ,,,. .:i'!-"Q,-I Q H.. 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ZQV : s,i" f 4 V Qi A i ? 1 his if Barbering students pose many questions about the business aspects of barbering as Mr. Richardson, barbering instructor, looks on HO N K 'ws A.,-,,,,, The name of the game is success. Let's start playing it. K Q ff. .1 .. ,, we ,,- 4 2 ., Q iq .4 MQ f' , rf my J 2 1 ' ,R 3 ,hx fl -V ,Q ciaekagg -9 ie 5 ,, .151-2-5 2 "Lf 't- ':-wa-fity .51 - f or I'fE'Ef,.' i5' . I J I ,Q '.F.ii'Ei'E51g- -2' - f f " up -I N - - r , W ' , ..:,:.-'.'j5: f , 0 -:,2:,,',",' .?E:"' ffj . 2 "':,V' li, i ' Y an 1 J Kvilliifil?-1-1Q?' I af' A? 55? f,f I A 1 F I I I' big' f PM: A A K I M Mr. Parks introduces the speakers, Mr. Johnny Gilleylen, Mr. Robert Rogers and Mr. Lucious Turner III, all of which are successful electronic graduates of UJC. 'eh W - f , aw?-YW 5' 'A' ., -'g f awif- ii All 1 w enforcement' Supervisor George Smith, political sci MSEJIXS .ff ence Mr. Ezzard Stamps, social Mr. Burnell Ramsey and Mr. K.C. en, a , welfare, and students listen to inspiring words from psychologist Margaret Harris. lll ATM S9635 , . 4' . ,, .,.. V , . w w fv f my . -. - v . Q- .- - - uv qt- . . F' ' Q , , ,.. 5:7 -1:-, , ' 5. - A- va -. ,.. r Q V I'f?:'- ' i .,' a A Q: 5 KX X . ! ,. . M, ..,. ,. N ,,.,.A, ,, .. Z. .,,,.-,. Nw Y af? 'ie , - Ng x f -K -X Q. al . X Q 553. V' K v- "ss, 12 . if ,saw-'.::n 1 a : -V T .15 by . 1 ' vwa::1:f:ay,-':':jm,,, ' 'Qi-3 ,1 gg, - ' '-.'s ..-' 1 :Sail " , 1. N ' v-: - .:A. .,V,.A Q.AA l 4: its X - WA ' Q? """w K.,,m.mf, --v I Q ,AXIS .,- ff ' V Q. W ,. N 1 WF ,,,, - .-.f ..,,, 'Q - 3- g7, ,'-231' ,. ,b P ,Q J 4D'63 4.,f',,+..,,.w--wsewwf-vm Q in Ql. , f . N - uf, wo, K N Q X ' b his 1 ' afQt,fiy,f1 Y I 1: 5 Q 5 5. W 1 'Y . U g x ,. N.. 2 mg - '- W W m,ln, 4-u----N. - f M V - X 1 W , 1. K , M, ' ,-,ff it! ' if W 5 f x . D X-Q ' '. 1 v ,, if Q QW M' N Hb rww m 'Z' A if J Q aw' .ffk 03? A ,E Hx V g ggi' mp., 6 ' W -Wr- . 5 z : -I 4 N. SL 4 rn.. Y X , N I , 4 , fx A Q 1 Q p-- ' ' .full Qi , M1 - 1 BASKETBALL BASEBALL TENN I . . , , H "M vw' 11 , . X , .,,.a,,,,, - Z, V, 0. 4 , , . , V . ,in yn Y ' e'?'?9: 3 'ir A. . lldwol-...4...,,.M- .- ,L , ME BULLDUGS E: ,"f" Jul .N "M'W?w-.W TEAM ROSTER Anthony Hall Larry Holmes Michael Smith Donald Dunlap Arthur Cooper Jerry Barnes Ervin Dillon Eddie Hart Donnell Allen Heraldo Todman Orlandus Clark Alton Gipson George Washington 2 i 1' " , 5' A"' M! 1 Q, -if", z , 'V ,sn-Y fs, zk Defense is the key to the game. M4235 it A 7 nr..-- ,wi A s , ,Q S Elf fr, 3 ,Qf"5 '71, F r ., J 4 4 19"-5 t ' ""' -Q ' LY. '-' rg. :.,..t,,E I t , .g..,s... ff -. ff-' ' Ftvwf 3 W W t -rw .ff 4 . 't' use ,Q his 4.23 t . , , x ' v irm 6 iff '.r 1' D ' W W v gi 'V r a r r mm W r mm ,, W1 rm, X . A 7 Q3 1 fe '54 'Q Q I 5 ....-. 5, Q N t Z xg K pq so M tty, i 4' t I iw f 5 1 5' 5 Xa. NK 2 A if af Q- , .T X Let me show you how the pros do To late. Better luck next time. Forget It you w1ll never make lt wrth Jerry on defense ...r-0"""'4' ,P "Yev"l 'I 14 ef 0' 7 4543: n .,., Q .N . C V ' . Q I X 'f if f :T , l xml 1 3 f S Q X1 any A Q 5 Ervin goes in with a finger roll. Two good. 3 -.,,....----1 ,.,,, t Heraldo struggles to make two points. .f:,vA,k,,,, ,, 511 ' 5' Y ' .5 A4 Q ll Q .uf Ufjr 54 Useless to jump, boys? You do have a good point. Alton laid one in, giving the Bulldogs a ten point lead ll6 iii 4 Q . dxlsglxa. vii? ixigl .Q PSN' fl ll it I 'fi Ervin glides pass the Eagles for another two points. It's gone Eagles. Surrounded by Eagles, George goes UP for two. l 5 "' 40' Dunk-now take that with you. Michael, now is that anyway to treat company? TWO xg' 5 ,vw -AQUWQF .f , ,,,,,, XTIC X " nc 1 We A EEK 'ie Can you tell from just one of those faces that they have a twenty point lead? Can this be called player burn-out? Who Controls the ball? Big AI ' ' - 33' :- ' iff:-sei 'ggljifi 'x : he umm! f A 555 e gum: '11 Q' , H . A 3 5'-X9lO4Q iS'gf ?j4'qaV3aQ3fiWvtYtsi6:Qz L i X rm, is A 'QQ ws ,iii g 4 "' A 'Z i' 4 .nlmkffztqr : . i ' ., 'Z'TrvCff A--f""""' 4 w i' says he does. Eddie goes up for his twenty points for the night. ' -mg .-- ,Qxwii X 41" 'Mk V rv' ' Pass - ' 4 Qf ,1, .41 giia - '5,igngf, 1 e 1 , ., 1 Q f rv . 'ge f:f.'gI'M,1' :wi mit' I Qi as ,-: 1 H . ,airy I .5 f 6? In Im f . ,K '.1-vifapzz:-1fz.'Z?v:2.1 1 ' Zn af t r2' .i' f"'z ff-ww ., ""- 1 - Q 1 ' -,Lg 'mf K- 'QW +-if fy, . ,. NV .5 75 ,nk -. ,J jay. l, f ,Q W, xv: QV,:f,...-21,1 ::,gg:fig'fjf ' -Q "1+-is 2 M4 f r- .K e - vw .- ,: . ef-' ' Q: X - ' .Q ':b-w,'-k-w- . '- l f--' ' -" ' " " ' '-. ray'-,mv s . '--- ..-331. 09 'diana W- 5-HH 'A ' wmfafutlink - V 4 ,. . 41"-J' gqigpamwvki 'WV 3.2 A 1 war 5 sv ,?,c1,f V V -1. -'.-,fialff-532603 'QT' .132 " A . l20 LADY BULLDOGS Rose Ellis Mamie Evans Karen Foster Mary Kees Sarah Kelly Barbara Lee Louellen Lewis Linda Perry Jewel Truly Debra Williams , rg. -A ' -ir 'A,, 3 'E fl-TZTT '-v. r 4 .V X IF' - KW Nj L 2 new X' fy U! W K - A ,X fvN'4"' f 1.. , 1- x S f A ,K 35 .,,. , XX, ig -, , ' "" ,,. Q 5 I an I gf""-v- 'fffffrw K ,S , Coach Owens glV6S the glrls a pep talk V .51 -azrl .-ff -'-' - ""' ' 5 w w , n. 3 ., ' Q . V ' gy, .N , v ...W 4 E? 9 ' X 1 , Avg, ,...,.--, x., 6 f A, Q94 5 5' -is fr- fs fy:-A - i -ff 65. T. . ,,,,,.'F?' ' 3 '35 E .2 if ,-'5 3 ,sg , A 1 S x. Y I i V If F X sa, sk X. 1 -Q - -4' - ...,,. Q V - . A 'asm' F 'yffgggaf' s W 'Q , sx-,Qs N. Cynthia goes up for an easy two. ,Q ferew-we Karen is awesome from the corner. Louellen, let's begin play. K- 5 w 1 of fs, jr fv . ,., .,, ,..,, -1 .va .-N -vw ---J djs, i .sfgxizm-feriv, ,SQ-wlgxs-5 Q -1 if t 123 Q -.., wi lo.: 56' w gk i . , J 5 . - , L Ml N , Y -v . "- M' .- .gi -.--+ we 'Wm S S' 4 Cynthia shoots and adds two more points to the Bulldogs already thirty 1301 point lead. Linda Shoots for two points while Sarah goes in for the rebound. W my f M' ,.., ' 7 -at 5 "s a:,r f t will l ,,ss arta 1. r W., 5 WW Now this is really what you call team work. l22 An easy lay-up for Jewel. K . X' f ' Q Q 11 , V . 'fef',,i-ww-ygv-gg-3 K tl ,, r Q VV 5-:uf Effie 'X in up Karen intercepts the ball and goes for the two points. Karen has a devastating corner jump- shot. Two t '59 YWQA1 5145 I f lvl ,ff 1' an A ' of f 655, fl V 2 ji. V fi W ' V' 41585323 -71 44 1 fm K 'H There is just no stopping Karen from the corner. Two more-and Let's not get violent Eaglettes. Accept the fact that the Lady game. Bulldogs are Bad. l23 2 Calvin Brown InfielderfPitcher Clifton Daniels Pitcher Twain Freeman Pitcher Robert Ford Infielder Steve Green Outfielder Johnny Hatchett InfielderfPitcher Tony Hearn Pitcher Andrew Jones OutfielderfPitcher Cornelius Keys Pitcher Felipe Moffett Pitcherfflatcher Micheal Murrel Infielder Donnell Nichols First Base BASEBALL 24 Ut. gf si: , -5 A dui TEAM mask CSM QQ? i , ,cn-.mxk ff , ,31:Mif 3?gY "" ry . : '- 1 ' " ,',,:.f 5 43212: V, , itz U: , , ,, , nn, Sebastin Rogers OutfielderfPitcher Anthony Rundles OutfielderfPitcher James Rozell InfielderfPitcher Vincent Tillis CatcherfPitcher Earl Thomas OutfielderfPitcher Patrick Thomas Infielder Lem Triplett Infielder Nick Wilson Pitcher Roger Winters Catcher Mattie Richardson Trainer Mr. Richard Porter Asst. Coach Mr. George McQuittcr Head Coach TENNIS New ff' 'f S. Dr. Cleon McKnight COACH . my Steven Lee E1 . 41 ,1 - vu rl Q MN Q g':i'Z"fmf'f ,,, 1: ,Q-1 ,. 13.15 , f' 1 126 Terrance Hunter gy- fx-.1 X Nb . Ng, an fi :nga if 1, Q if '4'ff'T'-l.ffi15f -.dh 4 A "awww, Eddie Hart TEAM Waddell Griffin Mamie Evans 4 f ZL S M ' ig ,X ,J ' This swing will give us GAME. Terrance takes a break THE ANNUAL STAFF iw -r' -uf 4 - ,F-I at A fi FT' QR: -n.X'iu,k:E5,.f sf 3- lc 'tg 5.255 553,-. sh "i iw X - 'Q+:'Q, 'Q Q Sarah Trimble-Photo Editor Jeannie Erves- Janice Voss Robert Andersone TypistfCo-editor EDITOR Photographer Victor Coleman-Photographer 1 X i ' i ' Ju. Ms. Willie Ealcy ADVISOR IZH We, the staff have done our best to capture the memories, emotions, and experiences ofthe past year and compiled them into the 1983 Uticanite. We extend our deepest appreciation to all who have helped make this ensemble possible. We would like to give a special applaud of thanks to Ms. Ealey, Mr. Anderson, the student body, and the staff. There was a lot of hard work to be done yet we tried to conquer it all. We hope the 1983 Uticanite will serve as a cherished possession as you reach toward a new horizon. 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