Utica Junior College - Uticanite Yearbook (Utica, MS)

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THE UTICANITE VOLUME 29 0 c 5? Q 5 'L 2 E E 2 1' 29 U0 Ufz' if if x Q UTI CA CAMPUS UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 39175 . 5' 'c .' ,V Ia- 11 fr The 1984 UTICANITE ,V -Hn V ' "4 ' ' ' ' 2 A ' ":..V f 'inf "' ,,,u 'xt tim - W- , V - ., tm- V' V H- , 24 V' V V:-ff' .W ',,iiV5aaM-0 V, X 1 'Q' ' L 1' '?'1w5V 1 V V sf. , 1 I V -V 4.4 - V 'av-fm ff 'git f V T 3 , I ' 1 ' V f 'f' T54 , ' f . A -nf44'V,! 9 'Mia 'V ' ' . I n V A-. V' 1 .V n I 1 I l U ' W' ' ' '7 ', I I V K gg 1 I u n 51: If ' ' I ' - F. '- 1,.V. , su 'Q I ' 1 n '1 I lr' V35 U V . -"1 . - li a I f - , . ' V VV -..V, ' V f' :V Vik 32? "ASG V A 1-. ,W ' as A WV' My ' - 761 I V ,-': 'ff V V V 35 ' LK,--, 1 M ,r V - fi' A R V :V l I ' if gg' . V tt - mfyzff' . pq., .44 'ljfii ,Vg V. 23' . "' f , A. . . V V ,V V pix, 1. VV . Y Y. .. i Z" ,, ' V V V ' -if 4 1 ,f - X hir f' his V. 'f 'M K V-MM we ,g . n - ,. Q f-"fy . . .- 0 ,F-, .VV " 1 Riff' ""77 sw? V-I ' f sf" , '54 'LY . 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The combination of these divisions create the mindpower of education. This pnagmatic atmosphere has been proven to be cohesive to the student who is serious about securing a sound, quality education. I 5 ' Q sffff' X Cassandra works in the organic chemistry lab operating a reflux i' apparatus in the preparation of cyclohexane. W., X j l. A I 5 J i Fi Q P' 5 .N if xx J 4,4 ', a--. g , t .:fl,?"' b . 1 Q Magee. O'Quinn, and White work in biol- Faye, Dennis, and Gloria perform biologi- Larry and Cora experiment in inorganic ogy lab performing a diffusion of starch cal experiment on OSMOSIS. Ch6lT1iS1fy lab- experiment. 4 5 1 , -W -we '3- 9 S g WORD PROCES S I G The key to efficient office operations is the computer on a chip, the micro-computer and the microprocessor. Word processing is concerned with people who work in offices and their changing roles of operations, their working environment, and their job fulfillment. A word processor, highly trained and motivated, can achieve success in almost any office. W W, ' ' ' , Mm, , 5 ., , 'V ii , .440-v ,IJ 'K 4., I lv, S, :I , .4 A I t ivfs' iff! H 5 , Q9 1 If .4 dgfp-5:35 "'Pyf'3ij.v.Zf,'.z 529. ' ff if f -I.,-.., 1- v - ' 't..-,,"z.,- .f7ff,pJ,, yr f if-,L J, w A I A '-. I E' tj!-'v"f il'I".' ffifu?-Q ,4 rf: A' Q' -w, ,aff U A V75 9fiIzfg.e.2f4f 71 " 2 ,W f yiffffa-0,3 7513. . .. .tfffilfij 38.3. fQ'g.4 .ji-aria' , zqfai. ,':':.Lv2-ff! ,V S. iz Z a .j,-Ll, L3-qv.-3, 1.15 44 JYQZQ EW' ,sf-.5 1, Q '-,11!?.wvn I zollfaz. K 513 Q4QS,f:',!4A' -1' At:..?Jl.ve ink, 'ai :hh H if .aqrfa 1-I-H 2 ... '.u1m',fL.,'w.tx1-.. .,,,,4l15 Q A.,:1:h,Q.M17.2l-LZ. -,I zr.!:4,5yA VJ .wzigls ,L - . .A ,vrfliu 'Z in . imp ,I G: I. -w mv ,',, M ' "'- ' ifiisliggqsfxyw. In In A ' - - sg, - 3 ,e'i,g,fff'.ffgad,. . - 3 w ft, gg U-I Mir, 14 :ja vg-:'...:.- vu. V L' A . 1 ' fl , I X5 521,55-jimi L '--, - ,, 1. I 1- gx.W+-4: in 'wi -'I 'sig ,f . ' . . . X. '-,' i. I .Ar A U ...avert ly. . Using the IBM personal computer, Mary achieves mass productions of , 'wa . "' rgffa,fZ fri? tifizaf ft l . gr-q,A"gff.fe,g,.'ff, " - business documents through a systematic approach. an -I N ,:3 Q f g is - A f' H' 5 '. ',," ff, V' ' 'fy V' ,.,"T 41 U , - ., Vu? I M V In 1, A A I' ,af VK, ' - 1 3 ' ' I ' ' I 4:1-.ffl if ' y ' 4'-Q. Q.. ' v I, 4 , ji ' I I ' at , """-shs."'s-f-...r--....,,,,,W I J r .W . ,po -v, J 'X ai. ' S fi ,a7E?-zi,,,.-f.- A - , , H 5 9 at , Q f A I' 5 Z , t - I -E ':,. ggi ug 1' .T ' -2 , s T Barbara learns the importance of the Operating and Formating Commands while operating the IBM personal Letter Copy printer. -. - lc.,-X , 1 .ml if 'X .ill ,, an I 4 an 4 x 'fi Annie uses the IBM Selectric II typewriter to improve her typing skills. agar Valery operates the IBM Electronic 75 typewriter which produces material, usually, ten times faster than most expert typists. Retyping is automatic. 5 'Yan "' . W Y nl Z. N I DUSTRIAL ARTS ' A, -2 may A 3 1 A 1: V lavl A. I I w ,L X Q gall 2 V, Q11 .le a .1 - , l, 9 1 3. V wg, ., ,fu Q 1 V 4522 ' 'ff' 32333 l ' J YQ 5 I ly fs .. ,"'4El'1 li' W ag af , " Y ,. A-,iz ,.: .X 14 : . .fm 15,1 le 1,4 v I 4:15.-. O ..,i ,' 2- 4' ' -gf 1 ' 5 uw, ' v . -4 ..-fy . "' " ,r ' Wfgf v , 74, .Ji 1 . jim' ,R ll , D, fx ax ,elk ' .Waning H - ' 5 9 . .,-3 ,,...,, I av, v , yy -' Q P ' N f f.. WI Building is what Carolyn enjoys more. Randy works on framing a model house. we ww f ' af p , 1 ' A' f vs: I -in g:-, v-WEH5' 8 ' 1 ' Q Q4 Qyha.i:,w,i,vAv ff,' f aww . rv T N A ..., r W l e y l ,,xJ ,. I: ' . I fmt dna. I av .......n . ,:,g,r lv 1 ff' D -, 'I-V234 ay 3' ' 1 ' V 4 'nga 4,1351 l 5 ' lil w"'l 'WX' A W, v - 644 -f :Perf 2:3 ' ' fi iw z -I 'vi f1?32af:.2-.-:1?3?.,,,,, 33,1 af-.'-all-f,,,. :fi '9L1':',i',i '32 ff.:. fl 5!:- ffl , it I' - yi 2 L I -4 I i 3 4 v-sw Q gi 5 i -1- ' ' y elf Preston and Carolyn share in constructing the high-rise. -x 4 41 K V M4 ,'-my W 4 ,f one project the mdustrlal arts class enjoyed ey DATA PROCESS! G COMP The Data Processingfffomputer Program is designed to provide the student with a general knowledge about computers in relation to literacy. technology, the sciences. business programming applications, mathematics. and various associated job careers. Data Processing is a 2 year technical program specifically designed for students desiring to pursue a career as a computer professional. Computer Science. however. is a transferable academic program. . as .5555 5+-11 . I ff , .. 8, rf---.ta ' L..-.,. -f,,-ww' 4,,f-W---M -'fs--, I V ,Jw -if 4 f 1 .113 ' Gloria believes that hard work pays off, eventually. -I, 1 vb A 19' i , .ggyfk h ?' 5 ' . , fl ' ' ' ' .V . -.Rf W' 9 1 54-r'-L 4.71' a:a-: .:.,.-,:..1'-as--,sv . 2- t Q W.. r 'affi ' " f' A 2. , V vw ' Hp- ,. Y W .f v .3--'f..? - c gi.: v53f. 5Q X st.1.. .rl f, gl -I , a lb ' .. V Q 2 as - A' gtg. , If I 'ie A '- A r . . Eh.. .tx g is fi ,I , r r lv! Q af' f? , .. I J N ' t 'Q QNNXN 'Y 4' -vi: , sa' my-,miss V ' lm',,.v 12 1. -fee v X P 41 .t . Rochelle, a star athlete, spends most of her time trying to master the computer. 8 zseyieexiasggks ns ,Q an Q 1-Wg W rg- Q 'ins Q 3 V? MNWYKX as Y 3 I Mrs , P5124 3 iw. X . v., ,rs . ,Q t if 'K N 113' MEDIA TECHNOLOGY Students who successfully complete the program will be able to operate an educational media program and operate equipment used in a television studio. This is a two-year program. x .Mx 'l .J E51 '1 Nu.. X, .4 + , f Q Q' f.. ,..... 'gif 1 . ff? ' l ,is 1 fi 416 M 9 at-sz-1 et Gloria and Calvin prepare to tape a radio program. Calvin announces as Gloria cues her next record. .Q t - -X ANA-. ' 1 .KI as 3 ,- I -K a . A-J., t.k ,. ,K ,--. t. . X ' X- lv ii ii ,...x Twain and Linda check video control board. Linda, Twain and Butch prepare for taping. Stand by-camera ready and tape! 3 .,,, ,W l I V -N--. ' ' r va 6, sf ! s i l 'h ' 1 t I I0 CLOTHI G 62 TEXTILE t 'Y Z 3 4 Nast . .4,f7f,3,ff2if' A V . V ,ia f . - 4 g ,J , faq? W ' 2. , if ' , - I g ' . , ,. 1.- , "4 '1Z'1pf'1y f iw ,M 'V 1 ," ' fi 1.4,-jj ffew,w g-i - . N- A f , i f. g - 4,51-4: ,f -j 51 ,A K ' UM' ' ' ' " , M J mf' .ti Zflxvf . , f V., 1 ' 2 V '.Z'r,:g,, "' Tommie performs a work of art. Dorothy prepares garments to display at the annual fashion show. bo, JL., 4 Y' a , A -L1 if-.lf t X all - 'faq' I ' n Q " .Q - if- , " :Q at , t 5, V- - A, 3 .- , 'a j .' i i '-"2-:Q f' ' 'ff' ' . . , ' i . 'XA 4 5 v 3 1 i ii 4,2 Q L Q-fa, ,. Mary and Princess work with cutting out a vogue pattern preparing to make a garment. Mary Seems to be having difficulties with the thread, ,111 3 DRAFTI G af: DESIG TECHNOLOGY Wx is s In the field of drafting and design, technical knowledge is disseminated as manual skills are developed in the use of drafting instruments as they apply to design problems, production planning, manufacturing processes and building, structural drafting, topograghical drafting, piping and electrical drafting, tool design and related subjects. A drafting kit is required. Linda prepares floor plans for her new home. If ,ii ,. ,,,- . V all 9 g ,, J, . , 2 . 215.5553 57 51! f , . ff 'f i 'f f a 'M i f' af In Jil i 2 "' hifi " i'a11g',x?:2. .g ' t A V 7 J :Wi I , , f vum...,, - .. ,af x ff' f Q, 'W I A A N gf I - i Bertha adds an additional bath room to her blue print. James displays the front diminsion of his house in the making. wwf ' 6 Nick smiles as he finishes his new company. 2 ., ' '. , . Y . W f.gea:x..-s.,f: . 5 :-. ,g:.1..,' " 4'.-pg. N iwf-fi . ,.ff' i l 'xzfi' " ' ' '11, six ., X ., a, , ,M-i - .., -I A " """1 Roscoe assemble equipment to begin work on his pro- ject. ll ACHI E SHOP T35 Machine Shop is an 18 month trade program offered , ' to those students who desire to become machinists and machine operators. This program prepares . students for the above mentioned jobs through theory y X . . . 4 and praCt1C6 in tape control, metal working, surface grinding, lathes, end mill, and welding. A tool kit is required. . iq 1 x 5? . V.,, ily A 1-fr' it I . ful ' ax Ji ,. A. 5 x w. Q -rs ' 'z'iiF5uvs"QB.5'?' 'lf Kenny prepares to make a tap wrench. .- 1, fag: , - 3 Y g ,sy T re, .. 'per , , ,,., . ,.,,, H H 'Q er 1 I iffy' ,Vi-'J We i ig., ,.,, 'YE if ,J laik J Y -.-1-,W i -N wa. ,, I . , ,,, . ' M ,,,, ,U , N ,gg . at-f Betty and Nick cut metal to make a step down shaft. W Y - 'W I 'fmt 1 M W . ..,, I 4 ,pt Kenny's idea becomes a reality. I2 ,V-TWT 141 l wngavhzwi 'n 'J fi tt, :W A PB- K M an .ii N I 'S- G ,. ill V W. : ,D '- if Emu anis? 1 f , Fw YW I ' , r .I W cf - Y ., ,J 9'ya,d y :U 'J V W "izf't X . ' s" 'pf' ' tis "Jw AUTO BODY 49 FRAME ,-.-.-miami V .JOQWQ a f'1'f' 11,1 ,..-I ". ,- Mr. Jones supervises students as they prepare a vehicle for painting. .A li ' 1 X. s 'r ss ' 'R 54 ,43 'nw xx, MK --,. 1 ' avllllfb-WW'?"" - it 1. The goal of this program is to prepare students for jobs dealing with the repair of automobile bodies. Both theory and practice in straightening fenders and bodies, lining up bodies, replacing glass and learning the use of each tool or piece of equipment comprise a large portion length of this training is kit is required. of the training. The 18 months. A tool uwlbifmy 3 www an 'iwshfwg y 3: :"'55'W'353'x' 5435566 me 5- -fmswf ,.,,.,M,w wfsswz- xlxgwm , ..,,r . .- . WMA any .. ..+rr li t -vti , t 25355 ,ff 9. " ,Z--+2-52521. .. as '- 1.-35 ,Q--wr . 3 it V ,,.1 4, A N. , .ii V R s, Mr. Campbell supervises students sanding a car. Julius masks as Jeremy sands the vehicle for painting. 13 WELDI G 4 ,iwgjf ini ii P, X, 1 Q X5 Q 532 s is f s "' V X iss-. xr ,X ,J if A Johnny and Carl inspect the weld for undercuts and bead sizes. 14 5? ii' .igznxwlfll i 3 Sophia tries her hand at arc welding. Bernard polishes his skills in arc welding P . ! i BARBERI A 9 ,..,. f 1 , -1 Y A sn, -M 4: N "5 3' K .,, 51.3 -vl, , uf. A 5. f -x During the State Barbers Examination, Donnell demonstrates a tapered cut. " Barbering student performs a wash and cut. so "1 Q "BTC 5 Lillie gives a shave, a requirement for passing the State Barbers Exams. Lillie seems pleased with the results. 15 SMALL IN SIZE. . . FEATURES .fav- ... Q V , we s'Ya , .N may 'hm an ., . 1 1.Z'f,-m-af? . 'r . X ...M azz ff L I BIG IN QUALITY T WHO'S WH0- The 1984 edition of WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES will carry the names of 19 students from Utica Junior College, who have been selected as being among the country's most outstanding campus leaders. Campus nominating committees and editors ofthe annual directory have included the names of these students based on their academic achievement. service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and future potential. They join an elite group of students selected from more than 1,300 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations. Outstanding students have been honored in the annual directory since it was first published in 1934. ' 'V I -5 3. Qi , ix. F. E" All N 4 I A t F ' 1 -L o 'N I' Annie Williams Victoria Ellis -49.- Yolanda Scott Randolph ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE .NE I i'4'l" . Q L E ,FIG t 1 3 , -4 fa' I , gl A 0 I ii' 1 'i 1 fi f 13 , if I I 1' it fl li' A ,I . l lxtf S' Q V -I A ' I I ,H , Tammie .lelks Doris Lewis Y Et, I li 3, A' l-- f wili l I 1 ,I V ?"6+" A xi ,aw 1 if L. , if it 1 'p l te-Q ,Q 3 'Si B 1' Dorothy Erves SYIVIP1 Cole fha we W 'hw Sharon Richardson Antoinette Greene ,fiiiggl Ray Sardin Christine Shaw 17 - ' 4.-if"!1' Q, - - 5 ,7,,r54,Zir,.,g- MISS UTICA JU IOR COLLEGE xvpggu -L -- . fi: X .f, , , .N '..:,+., 7 gqggggfgzgfs ,Q 522 'QSXE3 . 't-TA, -,fgjqhi 5: . fr: 51 - ,- 4.357-' gf' Zgfflis . ja Ear I -' :fill 7- yu , V, .fl 1 ,F ..-f-if , Ax.: ?,!,..,. .4 ,.j,1-Q-gx U-1 :'.".f'V ,A . '35 1 V ' N ,-.-,-rf 'if .33-13 Qi' ST I: M215 ,g if Q51 fn. Q ' --.fm v D 1 fx R25-Qc-,-1 a 1' .fx .,!'4:., w --. . ,7 'H 541.14 . . gun! p 5' " 4f3ff.,S, 25. 'Kim' .L 1, .ff- 55? r xg.: 31 " if ii -1? ww f .gb Qflrx x . -5. '4 rg? 1 . 4? -5 ggi, , Fw 4. Q51 . -1. - Q-,"TlLa" f ,5,-wav' .- f .tv up . ken Jvjlff- .yy Q TS. . f 7 '., 1- x ffk JFK' ,,,,,. ,HE ' fvwlgg 1 f"""' -"ag, . ' ll. i . P2455 , 3 - if? 1' jk, din ,Q L ' ?: i M u"5fQW'37 -ffivi'-nys .. 4 .v , A :r . ' ,- f , 1' 1 , 4 ,M ,AA if 'H 3" X-mv: A ' .. n 6 P5 - A A 'T ii . my up . W, gf -W W 42 A ' 4 2 ,f ' jul " ffv S if IQ Egg x Eze- ' V K 1412-QI N 'Y f ' X' .1 :X X :X V P if 558 S, ,. A gy: 34 . is ef E x Q- Aa I ' Q SJ ' v. . -x. 9 XX f Q 54. Xxx. 1 4 x an W '1 7 6 X I8 TARA RHODES -2. -1 4 3, ', 4 1 H nv ' 'Q v 'K . ' MR. UIC cf: ALTERNATES "4 :ffm K2'1'w,' fs Q2 ' Eff 1:2 ' - :O -'L A" ' , 1 Q. . . - ' 0 4 . ,gr .,ffHe4 if-0 ,mx MARY MALINDA O'NEAL JUANITA REDFIELD First Runner-Up Second Runner-Up WHAT 'S YOUR . . .Helping others. exploring new things ii V , ,, , Basketball, reading, rollerskating, and learning about God lthe Biblel. j 4 fi' shopping, talking and meeting people. 'Sig . .Communicating with people and un- derstanding their problems and needs in 5 life. h-,-. -'kb is +,.,.,. .1 A l 1 .. l g I qi -M-WS ., ..,,..i.,.f I -- iY4l"..,", 'TA-4 I -ll iL.,L -M 'V i i ' Reading and Reluxutionelvlind therapy. .. . Basebalhswimming, fashions and enjoying life. PLEASURE? A 6952 .- it .2 M ,f ,F , .pmt :QE 7 N. .1 r' 'Wfi ia-'f k l 1 ,r J...,.- V 9 ! 'S- THE ARTISI' Wardell Jackson. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jackson of Port Gibson, Mississippi. began his art studies at Utica Junior College in 1980. After receiving the Associate of Arts Degree, Wardell continued his studies at Jackson State University. During his first year at Jackson State his talent was immediately recognized and acknowledged. He became the recipient of an art scholarship. Wardell has been recognized as a painter. In his hometown hangs a outdoor mural reflective of creative ingenuity. In his high school, Port Gibson High, hangs one of his paintings. Wardell is an active member of the Athenian Art Club and is a Dean's List Scholar. Wardell expresses his thanks to his family, friends, Mr. Micheal McCarty, Utica art instructor, Dr. Grace Hampton and Mr. Willie Cook of Jackson State. '77 ll ART SHOW tm. N., THE ART A painting is not necessarily an imitation of nature. Art is an outward expression of an artist's perceived reality and is, in a sense, an abstraction of the reality of Nature. Pablo Picasso arranged different views of a three- dimensional world in a simultaneous manner on a two- dimensional surface. Furthermore, Picasso flattened those recognizable three-dimensional forms, in a departure from his predecessors, to emphasize the two-dimensional quality of the canvas, and, in doing so, influenced every artist to follow. The paintings and sculpture of Wardell Jackson exhibit some of Picasso's ideas and influence through his use of the overlapping planes, forms, and simultaneous perspective. A careful study of Wardell's work indicates a growing and progressive concern with similar thoughts of Picasso. A consideration of the color used in Wardell's paintings, however, shows a movement from a subtle use to one that is more dramatic and exciting. This dramatic color use is the inward reality of Wardell Jackson beginning to surface. Art is that use of the inner reality through color that marks Wardell Jackson a true artist. in---H 5--" T..-if rf", T15 23 ATHLETIC BANQUET-THE NIGHT The theme for the Athletic Banquet was certainly fitting and proper for the occasionfThe Night the Stars Came Out. Awards were presented to those athletes who had excelled beyond the average. Coach Dave Whitney from Alcorn State University informed and entertained as featured speaker. Challenging all athletes. coach Whitney spoke on the importance of getting a good education. "Competition is great and in order to be the best you must be able to reason logically," stated Whitney, vigorously. fini ! I r S -K T, ac. as 1 s l i 5 l Y 1 . i l e Y x, J W X E iv V al V' 1 t 5 ' ' 'L , 1 Eddie Hart receives trophy for the best defen- sive player in basketball. K 1 'Q' X . l si Earl Thomas receives trophy for the best defensive player in baseball. v Irv. THE STARS CAME UUT Mis. W-'till SN- 'I- n ', 1 N I al A iz 3 tg, ll ll - r-nu ' -, My ' , . 'iii 5, We give great praise and support to our athletes and hope they continue their struggle to be the best and excel in education. Awards were presented in ladies and men basketball, baseball, and tennis. Victor Coleman receives trophy for having the highest academic GPA. fx.4uwaf,,q2,igE -, 6 X .A X .5 ,-zf, . . ii' 0 5 Un 'Sfw M,-if -1. Hf.8"5:i"f V 213'- , fwfr, ng, s +' vgv 4 f N Mr g 'exist' 4' , 4, . , M , ' 3 . .df s ,gli-a t ff- Q.: lr . .4-:iz- fr W' fir' . -Y J QM. 3 vt. gAg,,f,,,,, ,, ' r 4.f"4, -' Q 'fy 4 ' W4-gg 30 W ' 2 f m?1?'?t1' 4' .1 , i. A v ,j 'QW ", j'1-7-Ma?" , ' 4 gift , WQQQ 1 'A 'S "':w,,5ff as is WMI' i 5 , 3. wr at Mamie Evans receives trophy for the No. l single female player. Ervin Dillion receives trophy for leading scorer and most valuable player in basket- ball. Coach Dave Whitney, athletic genius'Al- corn's legend. Dormitory living seems to be a must for most freshmen. The fun and excitement of making your own decisions, making your own judgement, and the dreaded-making your own bed, and keeping your room tidy is only the beginning of becoming a responsible adult. When the en- vironmental adjustment is over, students become them- selves again. Classwork and studying remain essential but taking time to tease, in the process, is natural. ln the serenity ofa dormitory room is found Butch, read- ing. P-fur' "' Q! Carmela and Angela share in an evening of fun and plea- sure. CAMPUS LIVI G ' pq .1 Dormitory counselors: Mr. James Battle, Ms. Peggy Jolley, Ms. Ester Jones, Mrs. Madelyn Bell and Mr. Charles Bell !""'-LIT l xf Dillion, Eddie, and Daryl, relax after a long evening of basketball workouts. FUNA D GAMES Mrs. Jones, dormitory counselor, serves as a mother and friend to the girls. Jackie believes that work comes before play. f Q, i . 52 i X mr. g... l l- m 55 I, ,Vg - U . 1- . ff' N KU' . 44, .f X' ki -. Q M so . A ,sr r i -f-to o , - . , of P? ' -www 4- ' . 1 st' i 1 r i v re .te 'M L AH' , gi A lv 1 . h .ty D ',Ak,n git . t 4 'Q"',.,t......mi3f kts X ' If if it, Q L mg 5. i r, , !,,t,,.f,T-5,1 A A ., , t , I F 5 v N-az, - PM-" r e ,' 1 t ww-M u i to ,u i Y, , gr lf ".e. -f- .M Q -i V, 1 , ,2mwf1:..-, fs f r r 4 3 I D l Lf 1'-5... T. . -A " f ' f s , ' J fi if - , - ,tf,f-KQV, ,- fr In -1, 4 f ' 1 , V 'I ,ty W 1 ., Q Hx' f"mVi' K Q X F eg, ' ,i1d41Ll'1QL44:5u11f i ,Lrg f .Liz 'X' K in Avg, - is . 1 x T i 4 If' f I I- 'D ' 'v K W' It' R "M ' 5.-'fi 7 A ga F , fi F N as . 4 ' lg, f ' ,he 1 1 re ,, g qg,,,qL be K, i Carmela gets to serious business as Angela pre- i f , pares for the evening. V 9-. 'LW ..- , Butch thumbs through some old yearbooks. EDUCATION . . . GRADUATION . . . SUCCESS As the honor cords of graduation once again unveil, so does the "happy day" faces of approximately three hundred and fifty "worthy objects" we call graduates. Dr. Joe Boyer, president of Mississippi Valley State University addressed the audience with a refurbish thought replicable to the graduating class motto. "A Valuable Life Has A Worthy Object." Four scores ago the lengthy fiery hope of constructing a school for the disadvantaged, the oppressed, the disillusioned became a flame that shedded light for all students having a desire to be educated. It was this sheen, garnished by the warrior, Dr. William H. Holtzclaw, that has provided Utica Junior College its eighty years of success. I 1 l xg i 1 .Aw,,,.,..-. ,nr-.ull M. " . s.: , District President, shares thoughts and well wishes to graduates THEY ARE IN YOUR HAND mi LEASHING TIES sa .N I -4,4 I ,f f ,Av w I fs '34 9 : V er 1- 'TM LA 'f 9, nf: ' M rr, f' Dr. Clyde Muse and Dr. Joe Boyer head the graduation cere- mony. P' STUDENT GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION l Q fm Jocelyn Jordan Sharon Lee Q-Y. 1 I I, E Melanie Williams SMALL I SIZE . . . EVE TS 1 5 M BIG I VIRTUE 5 1 The reigning Miss Utica Junior College engulfs onlookers with her intellect, charm, religious belief- the works. Three beautiful, talented intellects, Juanita. Tara and Mary competed for the honor of Miss UJC. Knowledgeable that only one could wear the crown, they all put forth their best efforts. Competition ranged from introductory performances, swim swear. evening wear, talent to a question-and- answer period. Tara performed a dramatic monologue of Heaven's Grocery Store. Mary and Juanita captivated the audience with song. Campaigning and competition went on throughout the day. Attitudes salvaged and friendship savoured among the three talented competitors. The final count was over. Tara Rhodes received the coveted honor. Miss UJC, Tara Rhodes . . . savoir-faire. IE 34 PROFILES OF .. -if 'I tl . X f 43 I si .aff V b 1.3 ' 241:54 " Hirw 2 W Q 1 fgfgig , " , 1 ffzsffg - La, 1 .1 . ' , E 'Ig ' -T THE MISS UJC PAGEA Tara Rhodes, Miss Utica Junior College, a sophomore pre-nursing major from Fort Walton Beach, Florida, is an active member ofthe Dramatics Guild, Campus Ministry and the Student Government Organization. Tara plans to become a nurse. First Runner-Up Mary Malinda O'Neal, a sophomore computer science major from Vicksburg, is an active member ofthe Esquirette, Special Services and the Computer Science clubs and a dean's scholar. Mary plans to become a computer operator. Second Runner-Up Juanita Redfield, a sophomore computer science major from Utica and a Dean's list scholar, is a member of the computer science club. Juanita plans to become a computer programmer. Steve Green, Mr. Utica Junior College, ran unopposed. He is a sophomore media technology major from Jackson. Steve is a member of e - , A Q Pi, the Student Government Organization, Phi Theta Kappa thonor . '-'. societyl and the baseball team. Upon graduation, he plans to further his J education at a senior institution. 2' 4' ff f Six , 2 'Wh ,f 1 gif-nigpdwg ,ev , -f 'Hu 1 5 ' M A if 2 li TF " it-1' fl N 1 , 2 ' U 1 It iiizg 7 if A 3 jj, - - .pl 1, . 5 'f has 'E5' i!'.JQi,., 'ia 2- .2 tk . gay, ., V 1 'w I J P 35 MAKI GPLA STOE TER -F, 7 hi . x ,wg ,au- r"' F -Z? Lx. N af 5 "" 'Q ,fl h Q, Wfwfrwmm . -gmfwfy , . ,iw .1 ff ff H 342, Agn -v v -X Q. K ,Nw ,aff Career Day is designed to give sophomores an opportunity to talk with prospective employers. At least ninety-five per cent of ' the students were involved. Some were granted interviews, some jobs and others hope. Invited guests were from universities -xg, X and industries to meet the desires of academic, technical and vocational students. Q I or 574: W itr V 4 I k. , ,R eg Y., i ' , -J? 4. 'Cf 55 ,1 1 f V ' , Q 0 QQ: V. '1'-f-gb. , ' M5 " g ", ii" -rrt :,. E , KEYS! 36 THE WORK FURCE . . . IT'S CAREER DAY' 5 A it 6 Ji., ...Wi-X5-f:..,-t-V .. 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The 1200 students hastily became involved in the many educational and entertaining planned activities. Anthony Currie, a senior from Lanier High School, marveled his competitors in the essay writing contest on "Why I Chose UJC'?" As the winner, he was awarded a one-year book scholarship by the Utica Special Needs Committee. A--ill F k -fi-in it A" ji' 'C W ff tic, 1 M ,fl . af ,,,, - 4 F. gstfaf' ,--' sic? ' we , .ggsggwwk A W 1' sig? .gg 38 gl 2 A ll K ,, If M4 ,Z fl uf' wmeabklmw s at NL. 5 J A STEP TOWARD OUR FUTURE Students seemed to have found THE PLACE at UJC that would make an indention toward their career goals. All departments and special programs set up displays for students' pleasure and interest. Departments showed off their offerings which also allowed students the opportunity to converse with their intended advisors. The hearts of many were won, others unwarranted. "College Exploration Day" at Utica-Another success story. W K9 -Ln 'Ex 22' f' .. .,,, , , 39 SENIOR DAY Freedom Band. talents. and fashions . . . the highlights during Senior Exploration Day A , Victor Coleman entertains thc audicncc with a dramatic presentation ofa poetic reading entitled "Picking Them Up and Laying Thcm Down." 40 Rhonda Hampton performs an oral interpretation from the MISAN THROPE by Moliere. RECREAT I O Steve Green, Mr. UJC. entertains the audience with a stunning performance of a dramatic skit. Dorothy refuses to be out doneg she models. The time is, once again. for Freedom Band to perform. ... A ' 35 H, Q3 ., 'ff 2 W ff I ' j. , , H 4' I i g F., V H . ' ' '1?'. 9' A -liifi-' 1 " "4 ,, f 3 we - , . s - 5 waz L 5.14.31 ' . 4' , JI, 91, 3 "ly mf, A 'Z 'ff'l2Qf':g, gf' -,..w- - .W .,,,, -W, A . A 424432 'X F .t , rua. Q 5 . , W- H i 1 5 , , 5 f i , f' .if inf, ' . ' fifii, 5, .V K v if XXXVIX Y,-1 . f I R ,E .W ,pq V ,. . we i f lf Mi .4 U. y r i ' W" 1 'S POW WDW The annual freshmen outing serves as a refreshing break for all students. Even though the Freshmen Pow- P acquainted-nobody told the sophomores: so they, too, as ' t"e Wow is designated as a time for freshmen to become if V . . sm' - Coke is it. 42 usually participate. 9 11, .. ,. . I .-w"" 'cf ij ii..--..' ' ZLQIJ- V 'ffff-1'-.fa g ' f """"'f'i1w4zl -W.-, Mr. J. Louis Stokes, chief administrator for the Utica Campus, greets students during the Freshmen Pow-Wow. V'iff72'iy9t'npef. , gawk' if Fig' 7 .gulf ' mia' ' tl. 1"' v. A, gl. aff a gi A fer - 1 - - ""- ---Q-- " 'iLg'?'j'g' 5 " 1-f' - 'ffif- 2551 a- if ' ' ' . " ,,agf"'fW" K , ig W A i Si 7' 2,7 NM 1 4 E iv-1' -1 Students come from all disciplines to attend Utica. ra 'Fit fM,?X,t,,?,,,,....--v-'lf Nt 'N A FAMILY AFFAIR f .M "' - V-,f -,-,- .'. gag?-' . ' I Zfe'f: '-' . ' 'td' ': Vi , f., 'nrgug -ffffs aaffifsw-, .- .- aw ng., ,d,,iv- " ., mx!! 611 "N" g , ,Irv W b ' ... MA 4 Utica is the beginning of life's promises and guarantees. Come aboard. Q We ixxxxxxxt 'I Ai' . ' ff? M' Y 'R I .Qi The Food Service Department volunteered their services during the Pow-Wow. ' ',.. 'Ii 4.35 I., , ,..vL X . ,N fy I I 4 ,ma - , Q..," i 7 HOT! 2 ,, Q Q i tti, . . 'N-. BULLDOG TERRITORY! T' K 'J .4 3 in 5 Q go' -' +,,"44 1-.. ' - ou-4 . :x . ' 5 Q. J 4 A f -. -149. f f' 5,3 -A : . A A A S .. - 1 if" .J '!,rl.gx1 I-: J, li- , . - 's u . 'K ts A 1 ,- gf x ' if Nb v'N R , Q i 9,1 A 1 lr' . QF' .fi , , ' M Q f iw' i if 'K j 4, W Nw' ip Q i Q Vi" Xi M arg! A 4,1 ,' , Sgr ' ff - ii' Q 'wg if 1 W we ga ii, ff :Zi 'W ii ATIITI .-- - y :,-..,,...x- ,:.,.,,,.....-: F , -,,,,,,,-... vw.. -.-fg o, ..,,..--1 .wu,w,W. 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V . , V"'e da. ff-215 V fa ga ' X' My VV fV'??2P"i', s r Vg- -'A' i 3 'Qs N, V a 'fag' , Q35 VC N V Q .K L , A QQ I Q l.. , . '-- V . ' ffV53r?,1t?45- ,,-y. - V - at .V... . . , M' VV Q.g-S 331.92 - 4 ' -.VVV2 it 'if' Ground breaking ceremonies for a three-million dollar dormitory complex was held at the Utica Campus of the Hinds Junior College District May 15, 1983. These will be the first dormitories since Utica's inception in 1903. This project was made possible by a grant from the Housing and Urban Development Program. The long-needed dormitory construction on the Utica Campus will house approximately 350 residents. The three-story complex will feature living quarters, offices, a banquet area and a cafeteria. Completion date is scheduled for the Fall of 1984. 46 1 Q., ., 1. -,V X., F l 7 .Ai , - .5 GROU D BREAKI B--DORMIT URI ES .ae-fi 'Qt 3' 'Q . re-il it in tj 3 "7 Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. x sr 2' 3 ,wav fi, W.E. Hood, Supervisor, Copiah County Benny Thompson, Supervisor, Hinds County George Smith, Supervisor, Hinds County Charlie Johnson, Supervisor, Claiborne County jvgf ,,,..,., .1 ' Rs I s f' 5 Y Q Q lr, . H , ' W 1- It 7--'If T ig? '- .1 ,X ng ig-is-. 4 ,,,r ftizgl Q.. :xii I 1 Q E 3: ' 1 , K m.. ' 1 ' . T g . ' l gw ' fa' . Lift, i f-f B., .,a. 5 5 vu swf . ',, .4 . ,V , .w 'qv-' 5' l "X V .- fu, ...yn A. 1 . . .V,, . .f -...na . - -.sm .1 f, pf. - ,- .4 ,Q - 1. ds? uv .., ,,,,. K fx - ,-.: k 5 -1 '15 ' ' , . - , air., : 6 I .i . 4,45 H .f fgv.-'Q Y ..-V:-4 - 3' Li'!a4EQ.1s:f . if s... in J' .-1 C' '- Levy 4 it Q H , x 'a 41: .Que 43 in 0 it Q i x . Q . 'X as -1 V W I Y 5 155127K-'f Q Dr. George Barnes, Acting Vice-President welcomes guests. ftriizlinf X f. , l i i fe i- .. tj? A fr9titit?x.?w-fr ui' --f Mr. Lewis Burghard, Board of Trustees, Copiah County Mr. Dale T. Sullivan, Board of Trustees, Copiah County Mr. Ted Kendall, President-Board of Trustees, Hinds County Mr. Walter R. Bivins, Board of Trustees, Hinds County Mr. A.A. Alexander, Board of Trustees, Hinds County 47 Ri Q T+L 1 jx? 1 V if I 5 livzi I ATHLETIC FEATURES i P' M Dr. Cleon McKnight and his All-District team: Mamie Evans, Victor Coleman, Terrance Hunter, Eddie Hart, Wardell Griffin Bertha Franklin trainer and Stephen Lee "u 4A"w. 1' . Q ' g -, 1 if ' V ' 11 , V V i , i 2 r -t V V S , , V V ,si Fir, Li ,jV"U5f , 2 -'E 1 '55 i y iciyfi T Vi. .1 5, i ' Q Vg ig ' :ii Q2 4 " V lqv, A 1k S if QQ .1 V 1 1 f 1 -1153 V raa i a A: e e a , 5 i Q V 1 Vi E 'Zi ' 4 1 at " - ii 5' X V 'I 'S ij' l ' fi .1 - - V Q ' 'T A ' 'V 'V " 7 ' V gf Q 2 - - ' V i V 4 ' , KF' f Q22 3 , fx f at V , as A f A Q f 5,3 f V 3 , Sn ig f 35 '2 A5 V+? ' 2 gl 3 ' 3 Vi .5 Ve, ' ' - V ,git A ? af 3 i i ii Wir 1 . Vi ' -L Vzigi ' , ' t iw HT 1 at 3 'z ' f f Wa- -1? ' . 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Mamie Evans and Stephen Lee finished first in District IV men's and ladies' singles with a 6 O record Eddi H t - . e ar and Terrance Hunter finished first in men's Number l d bl ' h - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' record. The team finished with a 5-3 overall record. ou es wit a 5 l record. Wardell Griffin and Victor Coleman finished first in men s Number ll doubles with a 4-2 49 l QWAM EIN QLIML! Q Q Q AULEI LLLEULI Q53 ' 5 fs? v if f X L - w Q f Q 3 Y ,"X,q-"sf: 1,7155 1' A EBU EIN Mr- wi' 59' 7 lfkvql f ig, 4. A 41f-51,4 1 ,sr 'ana ,, ,- ,- ...,,,u,V-Nawi.-It ,, I "Ona-k4,.,,,,, Q , WMA Un'- L A I QU' 1 v U 5 v Tl www 'Mahal .,,,, Q. Q-it !.,,.f?,. W, ""'HK"Mhn-n..,,, . ,- TENNIS I Y 4 ' I i XA, , ,-ff " 1' . ff i6W3keRg,,s X f 4 i T Steven Lee finished the 83 season with a 6-0 record. Steven finished lst in District IV. .. , V.,,,., T, ,gy ' I lv D -f, jf. " ' A f - ' ,- fa at if ,q3:f'5- W an - jv1,5Q, - .eg-.H ' . WI, Q" , as + 1 . '- ff 1,51 Q53 1:13 . X 111 4' r' '91 ff 1 .r . ,ra tte A ,Hu ,f '4 uf 'ra '- f , ifpifl' 1' 1-' 5 E Jag! 1 A ry Ai? . 2 , h a . -Q' , -V , fgf, A-3,1-, M-..s.M,'Jv-.'. ,fi -C+,-. , 1 , . '. . , 1. g A giftvhl, .4 A h i. , A 59 L L. O 1 Terrance finished the season no. I in men's doubles with a 5-l record. 52 Bi , TEAM MEMBERS: Demetrius Bryant, Albert Dodds, Carla Draper, Eddie Hart, Tracie Johnson, John Jones, Tracie Mont- gomery, Alisa Thomas, and Sharon Wilson. Dr. Cleon McKnight, instructor. , i 1 . Q' S, ww M f ' Y KT 'S - If- T-Y Fi ' XX ' 14' -Qre'..Q.lQ, Qw " r 3 2, . Nw- .K 2 , 5 .. Qs! ffiiffrr it-If fi . ' Q . 'i."A " , ,- 'sg . 11 ' gk? A 1" .-fag ' .- -v2'?"9 it . -f.3e:5:g,ig' Ages L N s in i .N-.ws y E fx .X 1 Q Ki 5 2- , ,J HV. . Aggressiveness and ability lead the TEAM to the State-Region Tournament. 1982-83 was a challenging year for the tennis team. Competition was stiff and attitudes stifling as each game began. Nevertheless, the Bulldogs held their stance. Mamie Evans and Stephen Lee finished with a perfect 6-0 record in women's and men's no. 1 singles. Eddie Hart and Terrance Hunter finished first in men's no. 2 doubles with a 4-2 record. All players qualified for the State- Region Tournament. Eddie Hart. through team effort, captured the no. 1 position in men's doubles. . .. W, ...vw is .......,... ,.,. I "P--8 eu I 'Y' if ,8f'? .R I 1' 'qw 4 457.1411 f A, .n1t.'..W n . wa? : J +1 F , V1.4 ,f:ff' - 1 '-5-ll 1 . 1 QQ f- , 2 A 3' ,: 1eXif..'ii3a3j.. , 15 2 . -My . 1 1 .. --few A r I 4 4 .1..,f1.3. K .4 , .1 Y, fr- . y- .'-- 'I' ' 'H .J T R' S 1. f ,,,,.-1-J" 1,-f.iS??3'rMf , .1.w5f--J3ff:N5w" 4?-8 J' -if 14 -'W' , ., 1 ,. , -- 8 W. ., qw-.re X " fv .a.....,, .. X M .- V Q,-pa: ' ' Q'-. I -Jgv,vA9' uh . . My I , - 1 s 1 . .X1 8, ,. .8 Q . X -XXI. .xp . t'q'xw x,x -xx , gl Ax x' ' "fy , , yqs ' 0 xv. V ' ' n as ' . ' .. gg ""X"'.'4 I' :s':.xg!-,""' ' .Avg tmgm. W W Jn. ...F X: nu-M, Date 313184 3120184 3125184 3129184 413184 415184 419184 4111184 4112184 4116184 4125-27184 .a-,,-, . , , 1984 TENNIS SCHEDULE Opponent Dist. IV Pre-Season Tournament Hinds Jr. College Northeast Jr. College iTentativeJ Co-Lin Jr. College South West Jr. College Hinds Jr. College South West Jr. College Co-Lin Jr. College Holmes Jr. College Holmes Jr. College State Tennis Tournament Time TBA 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 10:30 a.m. 5:1 'f R9 ixs V 'lift s A :vnvs s '1 M Ist.IPV'lllE?TYR1Tf7V.IPf w51xxx..m --xx, e-.xx .------we I M Eddie Hart, also a basketball player, practices during his spare time. i A gggmgzgq 0, 5 Q -. 5 iwxgf:-Z ' a , - A - "5 ' W ' . "MO 'T K-Kr, -N . A' . A A -'kL""' E 'x 1 s xx E , A ul- x. 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' I L 2' ff - 5- tffifa- , j ' -,.1'Af3fc2i' fi s f - v 1 ,grim ' ag," rf, . rf , Ly, 'Lf Yr' 54, 4 455' as: L zu ww- W gflra The Lady Bulldogs display their trophy after defeating Mary Holmes in the finals to capture the Mary Holmes Invitational Tournament 60 LADY BULLDUGS ff Cassandra James Carrie Jones Barbara Lee Debra Lee Sarah Kelly Louellen Lewis Jewell Truly Buelah Leggins Debra Williams Rochelle Henderson Sharon Wilson Mr. Lester Owens COACH Dr. Cleon McKnight ASSISTANT COACH """"K'i-.. ag, 2 1 x , Louellen is awesome on defense. lim we in fir I 58.5 K Wifi 'QQ QASQAQN YC ,W s,...auw.g:f. . fW',kA x...v-ascfkl x 'Tx ' 15.'iSrE'1 '5g .. ,. . .Ns - X .,. zczkrff' " is ,f 53-',.,:.,-Q. mx: x Q-. y M . . .X ' W s L ' 'ST ggggws , "' if-f, W. .. KQV?" ' Ewjaj' , :Wish M- " Q ...rf ..J 1.1, r'-Q N-9 ,, Q. W 555 ,,.,..d 1 - x . , W, , W . 1 gin. , . , rf, by . -I 5- ....i . .e,A. , Tri NQQI : sv! 1' ' 2 ..., 'F , z-.if Q.. - 4 - W '- - ai , ,,,, , A ,gg ...swgz-2 . Buelah goes in for an easy lay-up. Sarah prepares herself for the rebound. Henderson. again, displays her talent with the basketball. a Tu... . .f 'z fa . K N i 1. X'l'l' zv'f'f3' .,V .ff rpg eg 1. ' 53 V'-V, 5171? - anew ffayzg., fw.,,'X 'f,1!v.',. f , .1 1 1 '-I Isl J rf. 1 6l -Qx if-'if' Cassandra makes the steal and waits for coverage before the shot. or ' ' ,.., QL,V,."'ltl.J'l,Qgf.,l43' V .r af.. ,ss, ' V' W' M V ig, f fm M 1 v- r - ' ., my V , V , """W'-MW . -. 1 " f' . , Q 1' ', ' ' , f gi . 'V 'V u , . ff? V ff 1 L. f-f W, ' A ' "' ' ' - W A 155352, U I , V,, .N .-.,.,, ,, , ,,,,s..,,,f........., F5 er ,. , . ' 1.1, ' 'wwf V , .f .'Z'V'5k 'M .,',.4 7 ' ,. . , .F , , ., . - I- ' . 4: ,, V, f , .0 M62-VV ""'M"-" h H '- 'f - solar! 'tivo' ..,.' ', W--.MW ' " my-. -- W 'uM"" , ' ' ,., -'f?ff'YI'V " fi" ,,, .W , fi ' .' if fiflrf' V I ' " .A-.QW ,A ,na-bMlf.,.4,5, M..- - - . J A-vt fg . ,V ' ' A . " ,MVWM -A 1 :Eu 1 r -1 . J .4 T.f,....,..7,7iT.,:, Juv gm ll W I Q ML, H. :V Q V Q Ng .,.. ' 1 ff ,, f " 'f ,. "Jill . , M 1 4 f . U I W ' ' 3.',.' A- , IV" 1 V "fic 5' . - mi.. 4 ,lk V i ,, -'ifz - 1 - ,V ,, T , , , 4 , , 1 . , V v , V . , , , ., . M , . , ,, - ' q 4 ' , V is M My . a I V: -sf -.. I J mf , 5. . LM 3 A I, Z -5 V - its ' "W ' ' V l " l Debra shoots for an easy two points. 62 Casandra goes for an easy lay-up. . s : m W M. , K N143 ..af,, , EQQU' is 'U'- J 2' Egg, tf, .,.-. ds as 93 t s'.V fi: . . a Q5 gg wi, ,.,.--..-. ......--- , All is fair in love and war. The Lady Bulldogs recover the ball. Y"""" V sm ,nawvwwv !,,.,.,.,..... ' Linda shoots for her first two points of the game. '9"'w-.vi ' ,gglfgellla we .,.t Q M arsvtz, ,W V Cassandra rules the jump as the on to their lead. tt .3 - is fd? X sk N YW - by X 1 , wet JT 'Jia-isffigftx-t.-ii fifw-s,..aHLif 'WYWQM 23 is Lady Bulldogs hold 'SURWQ 'N if Henderson makes the shot and picks up a foul for a 3 pt. play. 1 M I 5 '60, F! A 4 4 s ,..,,. 5:5 av I , K QM X 'W 'Z X il? 3. WW: ' 'Jw H32 S, ssxrff vit W fl: - 'Il i is . 1 E: gifs f-'5-'53":i:- in f'S:5:-S,-Iiils V W W ,,.,...............s . .. , .,..... .0 'iii Qtfiq . 5 lb , as Q U' t "iff Q. J. assess ing .MH X "f 5 1fsi'f to an i-by I V if :,,,,,, W ,s-.ig--177 - -' V ,.... f , , Q ,P s.z::2Hf1fS'?' ra ' ..: . T-'fi-rf, 3 if i fiflf. .,,..,,...--- wif-M-' M ts .1 .fps , A . , ,K . was S t ' ei' . Qt We v ,lx W R ,. IL Sarah, in deep concentration, shoots and adds two Debra's determination gives her another two points. points for the Lady Bulldogs. 63 WMM ll rv 1- JG .arf I-4 t5,EL.,ys.w u' ' A igff pq,- 4 I Y- l xg u"alvL - mf l'e1'.'o' -. . .. A fix... 'Y' Fl EIS .n V XX 4, sn we as -:rx 1 r .5 2 ..... Q " f ' amass l 9 M,-MAF. mel .,.A 5 i Q34 2- as I, A 5. ' Y ' ' Xff' . -- -. sv!z: r Y' . . , Q 1 Q ' t 2 I I I 6 " fl 63 .s bw 5 r 'let si? ,. Q 'iff' ' . 5 6,212 .Ml-fu . f .. ..'-fH"'..'xg-.1 ' 'f'7F'f7'E"2Y""?" -s . .......,, , , ,H f. " his At l - H 1 iff.. Z- :'-'2- - ' f yi:-..:f V ,. . e., .f'.'-.ggwfy , .... . ..,.,.iA -if 4 vsxwfgx NX vs., - ,. .-.-,532 ., '.,w,,w A- .. .MQ.:5l.,...t.-.,,-U , . . W' is'-vb. . '31s1Q.g31: . 5 aL. ..f 5:irf The Lady Bulldogs allowed the Lady Wolves a chance to shoot and they goofed. it 3 N 1357 , f 1. . if 2 f t . .a , ff' J -41 Debra guards the ball and the Bulldogs' lead. Loose ball! Again Debra is on the defense. 64 Henderson, the night's leading scorer, shoots for four straight. t U .- its SIG . , . A- ,, S OF SUCCESS-T-W-O!! ..., . N, - X H.. L .. 2 . 1 - - ' - . - is V , 1, , A 4 - ,x ,AQVQ f , ,A.., mga, M M J , . gi r X K. .. ,. ,, ., ,,-. - Q 'fw WWW 1 ,' , I : 5 A V 'by I X N .X X. f -iff ll, 'TSS' E J- B A Q, 5 Q N WMA if' ' Q"-iii' ,.. P- X ,. qi ,A A . V.-G , xt Q "J 1 ' r Q . 4 I X I 4.45 3 .iggwgxm , ,Q .. X, is N' N V if Q U 'L , . 1 .H 1 qw , F " " N I ings' TQ? V,,.,. 'QU LA 1 YL. ,,, 1 V ' ' JI , I , A 2, 5 iw! W l Q ' . 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VV V P- V V. .V , VV fV- ff - - -'ff-'Q - 'mf - ., " f V 2, V V 5 , .V L :,- ' is Yr--'V V. ' 1 . f X. fi . f 'V' . ' 'c 2 -'gl "- 5+ 1 ' 'ff V. 4.1235 , ' . 5 V f X fy 5. -' ' V. ,. 'v,0,,:2 ' W , f' fir, Q ' iv- f, ,L Sag '.V':g,... ,,1.'9m. 'v 1. 5 :nv A ff 5 Ms f- VG 'mg .ei 2, -' vi 'Q ' f I , , f "t"'wf aaa fr f 2 ,,. ' -Jw H 'i .,',.,,, ,4- ... .. j-4.5 TEAM ROSTER Landus Clark Ervin Dillion Anthony Hall Eddie Hart Adriene Hilliard Larry Holmes Reggie Jackson David Thomas Fredrick Thomas George Washington Daryl Wesley Michael White Oliver White Ray Sardin TRAINER Victor Coleman STATISTICIAN Mr. Robert Strong ASSISTANT COACH Mr. Earl Joe Nelson COACH , 1 glgawgur- 'hir-my K 'ks N ' 5 ' W fifif ' ' - -X 'gs' K 5 X ,aww f 21,0414 X. X" Qc .JD mmf!! X' ' F. , 'Viv rs.. 7 - fy. ., A, M, '. VV .V l "Ti .wf'5i'f'1' ff x 1 af x x.,,. I' A ,-wg, The referees explain the rules and regulations of the game to the captain and co-captain of the teams. ON" 34 3, i f UQ S 'U -1. 1 .,,,yN., lk. it im,-fig -4- t is 31211 Wzawimwl V1'nr-vu.-.qv -gem .. . , 'r vw, - ' i i N ' .- . ., :--1 -. '- WMP' " Eddie shoots for a game high of 18 points. x Pix 0 ti-iv, Riga 0, 'jg ,Q lisa. A ,i vm-mmvuhuyde ,, ,, . 855+ mini.: Q s 35, I M V 112,50 Michael looks for the ope Ag, , wh? i, , , ,3 ff, quuaninwvmgf Q 1 player. anna M" I x A ' Ywiikx f 5 ak ,x vv X V 5 E -' , , V U AI .... ,,,,Wvma ryl- 1 K ig. V',A V1 5, V I I, , ,,,i.,,.,i'g' Y , A V A 4 Butch scuffles for the ball. Fred shoots for another two-for game. 69 -1 3 . - 5 , ,. 3 ' , "I an ft?-ii:'. W 5 g "1 my Z 9 V gg- v,:!,,. or rths it vflff: ., f 4 S 9 'QC , . 2 K bv I.l..1g QW .. .1',, f t if ft' o K X . 4, ,,A,- ' v --Q95 -1 4 ,hh Ya ji-EW-sg? N .,,. , .x f ' :Lil 1 i I nh' , 4 I l . W" T ' .M x,.- , 3. 31 Z x . M A E 4 xg! 1' '1'yi'.lf A P s.. r .Y T3 ' 'n 1 3 , do W- 'mt - 7? '4 .4314-I QA I XY. ' . A 2, t W Wi pb I -- 4- 1 ' . v Q 1 . .' p. 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A 1,i,Qfxi1'.'-fin is f ' 'j im .bmi ' ' . wmv 4'?'f"' :Q '- '-2'Z19?','wg2.7L'3' . ff fa J- 4-ry 4 : h Y , . . rf ' 'Nwmnv , 1 72 1 IF YOU CAN!!! r,.- nf' Fredrick, an all-around player, shoots for 2 and goes for the rebound. i IRD .gi Q si 354-'ff' ,l Q Defense, Michael is fouled and goes to the hne for l 1 Q Q9 W 5 g Q J He L 2? , iff ,sf ,J fl '9 , f . , 75 QW., an pf Q. . ' '-P ,Lf 4 11' '4 h , w .M 1 ,:, fi , ,"4Z4.A'fz Ti . 41 puke -'f -,am Q a, . Q ,. , , ff 'inf' in 4w.f,:c4-,,4.M ffwm M " 4 V . ind, 4 ffLe,174f 11", I 1 ,, Dillion blocks the shot and retrieves the ball f P4 P f ggvf. if I - ..y,,,ff. If n f f 4, X nf' ,ff v 23 at 3? ...E QD' .1 , 1-.-.ps -2: f . -4 A X , ' .53 ., f. . b 14 ig ,,.,:.-. .94 f -WAI 2 W Q J MP BALL. 3 'ii 5 f 2, 4, . 2' . it 3245 ew '11, t A, 9. ,M Q 2 t eeee A 2 ,E ,V ,H ,,. , J. vw, fm .s w ' Af, "6 1 'W ,Q f?f?5Q.1,Q Q ww qi gf . , fy ' -.' .,.. W - -415' 522, 5 Eddie is fouled and makes a 3 pt. play. A. . , .T gl'fr M QV . 4 I ' f : :a.'1 A. 5,44 Too little-too late. The Tigers were not in time to stop Dillion's shot. N .i :ttf l..l'l'l at X654 A14 V gf .- as ' '.- ' N v .s ' ' ' . X ,- n ' - r va -,. Q5 3 -W-fi limi -N tl- S321 ,N kg. QW w.-,x,T.:,.:,:- N is , 1 - ra . N X2 -. -Wig f W Q P31-tm - gy ..: -s A Q -t 3 -.. sg-1:-3: Q, '. 536.-Q. 1. 1 Hx t X 'Wg H - gg: QEQAQW-W ' ' " " .- ' fr ' " l A -M K. ,, . ' RQ tw se- 'XX ,S .l ff! if sv sw! if 2 w 'ya 5 ,gn Larry stands guard as Michael prepares to make the steal. fy' , Inq V " f l , , f'7 5'iLi , 5495! t- V .I JZ: ,5 if f Wlqv V, .. ' A 1252 any ' zgfll, l .,, 1- rf' a rsar Aaf f, ,X ly 6 59.4.4-L , , . , J mfr V " 'N ,' f""" gall? , l- Another two points for the W. , , , 152' at e, , at , cp, f , ,- ?3""'e-, ,. A :IL KS as se 'Q 3154 sf 1 G7 Q. 'Effi- in r i l I! W4 lik :Gif 'if w ,Q "Big Man" Dillion. Dillion goes up and the ball rolls in for another Utica victory. SMALL IN SIZE ,415 ,wx If r X f. . 1 5.. L ' A , . . . 4 4 , ii Z' , 45 4' W v ' 4' 'f I - . T.. , L 5 Lf L- A x ..4 ' G ' .3 W Q "2 f L, fp 'gif Pi? P 3 -5 1:-Q A' 4 ' W T' ., ,yvjia . if ' r , ,ff z-Ns, V, , vw fi' w?Z:fzfl1-W Q ,,,,, , . , 1 " ' .,,,,,, PEOPLE dmmzig 'Www kv., In A im g 5 .Ps , K If , I Q I I 349, 5 I I I BIG IN PRIDE . 1 S OPH OM ORE CLASS -V V s -ij' Y. -3, i ., fffq5'f"1l' . " , 4. :M , .:,--si. gf gg. . - , L -1 s,Qw?3?11 ,- ev ,f2f2 'rg ' A W1 r , 1.1, , x ., .ar M ,-J?2'2.. L :ilu Af . 1451.445 xi. :BQ l v N , .fk'.3v1,.'- - Y !w?':af ' ' eg. .A f 5:1 3, - 5:4-Q . ' 3 . nk " M153 l ' '- ... ., ' uf: zf ' W ' fi - .ml io ' 'f 2 M , '- , 'f .X ef 'A ' ' A V ' gi " .',':,'., ' . B f 'ff V I Z cv in li yhiiij l l if lli ff fi A .L -.Q . Officers: Victor Coleman, Presidentg Joyce Ross, Vice-Presidentg YV SGO Representativeg and Mrs. Bessie Brown, Advisor. 78 Abdullah Akbar Ronald Alexander Alfreda Allen Ruthie Allen Calvin Armstead Lee Banks Paltie Bell Clifton Benjamin .ia . AA L. , I, K X do ' ' ,ur Q if -Ji' x x Riff 3 . 1 3 v 1 l ,Q Aw 4.-a,4-nF"" ff' rx any WL ette Walls, Secretaryg Dena Holmes, Treasurerg Michael Green BN x X ml, VM- fail' 'Ye 1-. ' p..- -I , F N wif . al, sl , ,gf slisieir X Y ix X? ,K qv. i f Q Q . 1- R "I Q -' " al - - .-Q. a rgs, 5 i i l 'Ui 4590 'f 'T1.f", if , A-L U v- .--by ' ,,,..'v x -, .v 4 i ' I x. S OPH OM ORE Shaundra Benson Derrick Bishop Carrie Brown Kim Brooks Between classes students find time for fun and laugh- ICF. L - Q .CMH '44 Clayton Brown Hendrick Brown Bernard Charleston f, 'N ew ir' t w , Nano "ex,I 5"""" 'R -22 Princess Buck Vis 'P X S ., .k 6 t V "' I fr ' wx , li 5 -..,f' ,ii V- Ti Constance Caston Emmett Caston Adline Burnley Juanita Burse Floyd Cain Angela Catching Regina Cheatham Ofl21Hdl1S Clark 79 f- . ' 0 2 " 2-:f .Q ky, wi 'K J"'.a V. Q X ij 4: . L l g 'Z' A g XX l '1 1 1 .qw E , Q 172 , 1' x Patrick checks Bertha's blood pressure for abnormal1t1es Pamela and Calvrn work on lab project Teresa Clark Victor Coleman Dorothy Cooper Curtisene Daniels Randy Dison Shenedian Dixon Albert Dobb Nancy Dotson v..55f2 L ' ' r ' A slgeszv es - is '-I 1. .. , ,RQ - ' ., " Q, g f Q .54 . -1- 12- up r 1 ga f vls g 6.3 , .X , NX. ,J if: .3 ' ,wi Y .H ,, . f h , . " If . I . I. I4 X 1 L . X 'Qs li 62 N fi lu. ,- X gg -was 5. '-" .5 X-v"N a,:i:s:g:Q T5,- Y I ff Sir -f X QS .. 4 I ., A X j . S EW ' ' ,, 1, ' K - fi-, 1 5 fr. . . A of g . iff: ' . sf.-1 k' ' - . ' , 5 ' , "inf ' k- , , , v 1, if E if . v N , X , , z 5 v - . - ,, , J , V .vb 1 A .X is . . we "Li , i sam, - x E vw.,-. ,L Q ,H , , , f idx!-z..f.v"'1" ll 2. D I S OPH OM ORE S A x -fe L UI Ma Q.: fl .-pn Z 44,6 i , Victoria Ellis Madie Epps Irene Foster Katherine Foster Bertha Franklin Inez Gibson Joann Gibson Wayne Gordon Michael Green Steve Green Kina Griffin Calvin Harris Kathy Harris Lillian Harris Eddie Hart Virginia Henderson Delphine Henry Annie Hill Cassandra Hughes Ora Hughes S UPH OM ORE S p l - .-,- F" Students wait in line to sign up for COMPUTER SCIENCE? Qx ' , age, J? 1 WH - ZS' f X I lr x -Rfk V 'VU uf' ivw N JG ' ' 3 .V Ax .. 5 V- r A , saw s . r 1 Q - -"'3'f"'Ax si' 1 f, 4 N X -C1 , 1: X' 3123 gi. X - L r . 3 ' A ,f ' ' 1 : saw L-. n.,,,'v, ., t 5 - . hay t 4 , A ,,,,,.1.:.'l 4, .V at if , ,...-L-ffj"2., ' - K 3 are ., X 5 .J 1 1 lfl i..,,Q,,'x'- ' . . , A I .JE ll' ' 'X Esther Jackson Bessie Jenkins Larry Johnson John Jones Sarah Kelly Dennis Kyles Everette Langdon Angela Lee Shirley Lee Shaundra Lewis Doris Lewis Terrie LaFrance Fannie Mack Ronald Mack Sandra Magee 82 4 s ,W-.X N ..1-.., , fvungi ' K Fir - Q. - ' - 'W A-TVN1' 1,r1,i,:q6f"'S,'?-A .X - Pi N iilsgztiiezf Cathy and Larry enjoy each others company while on their way to class. W1 ' Patricia, Geraldine and Gloria-Foot loose and fancy free. ' ' tviifffi' . Af ' fi, z wg ll X at 1. X . 4 - 4. Q .4 12,51 A V 4 - - las, W 1 ,, X 19 y l " 1. , Qi' . , . ix it xt , i Q . yj...'. fr 1. , V N ' 4, ' , " 1 151, 'K ' N E J I Michael McMillian Bertha Moses Jacqueline Neal Victoria Neal ' A .wa . Q ei - 3 E' f ."" if f af ll f a ull. I A A , I ,f if Donnell Nichols Vanessa Gatis Vig- ,,, if' V f'?- .5 '5 51" if 7 2 I V, if 1' ' Mary O'Neal Jacqueline O'Quinn X . , X ,Mag i S OPH OM ORE S Rowena Patterson 1 I if . Yolanda Randolph A 1 ' C Willie Rankins V R' ' . Shylinda Reed R ' R 9 K, 0 iz Q , x . X 4. 7 gs ' f ,,,..,....,...WWl Wm-,,,,,-.,,,,...,....---B-nn-f' X . seam, Qlkf s"""'. 1 if FH , gl 1 Miiw ? I if 7' V I I N . Browsing through a drafting book is one of Karen's favorite pastime activi- ties. Tara Rhodes i Jackie Robinson Joyce Ross R fig I' bi 1. Patrick Rozcll Kelvin Russell Lisa Shannon 84 1 . .4 ,tin Y ,"4 ?i c,-.X if N Q X I I "lex V ".' I Y -SWEWISQ .A Sharon Richardson Carl Ross Christine Shaw S OPH OM ORES Theresa Shorter Mary Shoulders Jack Smith Linda Smith Tina Smith Victor Sneed Brenda Sorrell Sonia Spencer Barbara Starks Sophia Strother Jacqueline Sullivan Deborah Taylor Pearlie Taylor Virtis Taylor Rosie Terry Mamie Thomas Lovenia Towers Roy Vincent Sherrie Warfield Cleveland Washington S OPH OM DRE S ,ff J I? ". X, it Q .VN ns kk 6 annum X 71 1 I W I Joyce and Lamonye perform stress test using a physiograph. 'T' Norman Weeden Annie Williams Gwen Williams Kelvin Williams 86 . qv . V a 5 fs- ' 1 lf!! xt a t 45 14 F Frank Wilson MR. 49 MISS SOPHOMORE I lr' X wk. . W sz Md' 'wwf' . .ffl P, , - 4 Jacqueline Neal 3: Calvin Harris 0 F F I E , R FRESHMAN CLASS if F 1 i Sy ,iv L N f r Q' 1 '.-- - - "- .,. ' Y ' -as Malanie Williams, Presdientg Benjamin Graham, Vice-President, Patricia Cameron, Secretaryg Eddie Johnson, Assistant Secretary, Robert Cruz, Parliamentariang Bertiel Gaskin, Business Manager Zoffzi,-.f, ffl' Q W ' ' J. ,J 1 2 - f r , ,X 1-Q 'n f" f I, . , ,- .. , , I pkg., 'I their ,, , 4 - JI ,V u ' :'. ,, . 1 W - 5 -I ' "lf . ' , wane, 5 ff " , . ,,,,. , l W gi KK W ,,,,,, .Af , , A A l , it l 4' 1 f ' 1 S 2 V' W "kg Jis"?5 WTI, , r X, ,, r , FUN' 11.1 -ka 1' VX Q ' Y' 5 K Janice Adams Jason Banks Velma Barber Tammy Belton Karen Benson Sharon Benson Angela Booker Stine Boone Yvonne Bracey I 2914 ff: ' .-Ly A m . . , 3 4243 ' gg -rf, J?" " ' N th., V ' 15? 1 1 4 1, V gf r L . 2 L 3, V in , 5.11:-, 3 'wif iff' 2 .fit , flg' , , 4, 1, . , 5' ,., 11-.Q 1 ggi, V 3 Q M-1 s "s 3 .. .., 3 5-1, ,v :f:'7v',f. .e .5 ,fa .,,44,Z3,. , Q w-f INX James Battle Janice Berry Jackie Bradley Q-gg 7'x. J 'N p,-oi ,, L I I if. 'if f", lt JS. Kenneth Bradley Robert Brown X V. ,.,, 1 'J ' - rf' -r1.-,, J . . i AM? James Bulfkln James Burrell ALL "r1e M Laurice and Sharon whispering in the sun. .842 -iii " . .- K' ,EZ . ., , ,A Www- -- :' Q - 1: : V all ,,,..,. Ken Burton Melvin Callahan ..4Y"' R AV' When David talks no one listens Janice Carter Dwayne Chambliss FRESHMEN Connie Claiborne Debra Clever Shannon Cole LaQuita Crawford Diana Crump Annette Cubit Angela Culver Brenda Dotson Carolyn Dotson Carla Draper Cindy Draper Sharlene Dillon Micheal Donnell Emma Earls Fabia Evans Ora Flagg Savanna Fleming Andrea Floyd Jerome Floyd David Frazier 91' if X . If x, Q. Q " ' x FRESHME :ii ffw 9. f A . f uw: Sandra Fultz Bertiel Gaskin Bessie Gilmore Eugene Gordon Sylvia Freen Eric Herington 5-.X 4 5 ,E ,f . ,,......., Carolyn Hamilton Rochelle Henderson Kafell imPf0VCS her fYPiI1g Skills. The secrets inside a lady's bag are unbelievable. Maybe we are on to something. FRESHMEN Lilbe Jiggins Alice Hilliard Adrian Hilliard Micheal Hooker .nl"""' Z 5 X f Y M, wx, I N -k 1.-:' """ Ms f .3-' ,. V I Cassandra Hughes Susan works on Algebra while enjoying music. Faye Jackson Micheal Jackson ii X-. . b is-1?i"""'M-B , f i "Vx if l H 1: law , Sarah Ivory Shirley Jackson Cassandra James Eddie Johnson Leroy Johnson Carrie Jones 92 FRESHMEN Harvey Jones Yvonne Jones Ricky Jordon Mary Keller y aff Bobby King Arthur Lawrence Beulah Leggins Mary Leonard Shirley Lighter Debbie Lynch Ola MacGr1ff1n gf! y FRESHME M W- M Flora McGee Y - t Cynthia Mallard ' ii Sherman May 1 Lisa McCadney W ,. a, E '5' 1-X .' X , Y la E a. Q .Sl I . as L ..., I Debra McKenny V09 r r 3 lx Glenda works toward perfection. Linda Miller x Fl" Micheal McGowan Q . ' Kenneth McMillian 1 Ronald Millar A -ffl l ' I 9 ' " f , s ii! IA - ff, I Yolanda Minor Maggie Montgomery Betty Murphy Alfred Neal 94 fy, E r FRESHME Brenda Nicholas Bertha Oatis Remonia O'Quinn Aretha Patterson Caroline Pickering Ruth Pollard David Reed Charles Roach I M 1 Larry s intensity 1S astounding Tracey finds pleasure in paper work. FRESHMEN Pelvis Robinson Ralph Russell Iris Sims Annette Singleton Beverly Singleton Annette Smith Janice Smith Lizzie Smith Rosie Spates Allison Stephen Beverly Stewart Mary Steward A B 8 Q all uf In . V Q. . ,gf V M E D-Y, r'7f fiiii V 7 V V . 1 . .' li' f " ' , Vigil, 60' ',i" A ,i,t L, 'W'.g W if . ,, S lil A s ,M if , ., I . 1 ' va: 1 ""kq'f' M" ' t .yifl ,. . .4 X qi 1 ,,,,,,,, . ,.-1-4-1 Clarence uses his lunch hour to finish a project. FRESHMEN Patrick Stubbs Glenda Taylor Valarie Taylor 2535! Lee Esther Thomas TEAMWORK! Eric Thompson Martha Tidwell 4 4 5: .. y. fm . .. it 2 A W Q K .4 g mi- it Cindy Tillman Marcellus Turner ,ag f Marsha Wallace Debra Webb Rosie Vance Eleanor Vincent Ametha Wade Shepard Welch Stephanie West Brenda Whitehead 99 FRESHMEN x E Q 3 if M' sis U-Emi Ks' fh,,.. i .629 xi w X Q 'Q it X Carl Whiting Donny Williams Rufus Wilder Charles Wiggins Joseph Wilcher Kathy Wilder Alonzo Wilson Sharon Wilson Marvel Wilson Sharon Windom 11 ' 4 6 If John is not in class he can be found in the library. MR. 49 MISS FRESHMEN xv "1 ' U 'F ' :. V 'W 'Z Mary Ann Reed X: Kenny Mack V 99 As beautiful and golden brown as the crisp leaves in the fall, brighter than sunshine on a clear summer day. 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 beautiful 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 nursery school days and Ms. Evans until I am old and gray. URSERY SCHOUL 1 . ' " 'Q',, 'it , 51 -' 'lf R i 5 E 3 Z . - if BV J t Z7 ' 'I qi pf, ,Q 1 fe ..,, 5 fi- an er.. 5 I :iff 7' U 'Y' ' . ,M I ' 2 tw w 9 V 1, W .. . A- -"'e " ' Ke a: . 1 , ' '54 .'-rf-"6-3 gf... we fa - . Ax E? '- ' g E , wi . " 'I' "'-- .. ' ' ' 1.325-'11 -i. ' f 'A 1' 'Girlz-f 1-I ff: . . .I . 14. . .- -, X .V vs.-mfn . -if L., - 9 ,, A., . ,. .,,. . ,H .,.. . .:,. ,,A., . ., 4 nf ' .,,,. 2 -'11 , ws. " .gf ' V ' . ' ti, . f 4 r ' V fm wg., 1- -. ,. Q 4. AM Aj' i 'v - Bose Bruce, Jr. Terralon Cannon Julia Curry Shanicqui Davis Rodney Dixon Melody Fisher Benard Hubbard Julius Jefferson Dinah Jennings Issie Martin Stanley Mason Ayanna Mattison lO0 wo' 'D Jeneiro reads to Orvance as Dinah looks in disgust. Seemingly she wants to read. CHILD CARE TP' if' . I Q M - I W, I if lm it .' 3 ,. h 5 ' I -.1 1, U , , ' ,f M .gig Y fm ..t,-I yffg-, " 2. lf' f f . ' R ies-'i..3l' Tf1.. -ft . t .I-. I . , I ,g , V, Q to A,"f1 .5 2 1 W jv".,,, -1-.x lgvlgv-3f.g3tl5.m : ff V I af- aff, A ,522 -v -.-.i.4e..,,....w1t... W at- ? ,.13.y,fg , 31.2 ' 0 is mar- , I3 '- jg: , Q31 ,,,t, 'K' ff - ' 'V '9 ,f .792 ii ,iv 'Q f, - fs-' ff Q- fe - ,,f,- iywff-f '-,v1I,?' ' ,J . l 411 ' Q V M'., -'H-gf I 1:7 Q ,., I Hg, ' My an ark., K t 1 Q ,rant W :I A, A I Q . ' g -3 , A gxgwijg lkifffl-if" .,y it A ,f Q 1'ze-u'f.'3J:.ff:1f"F 'I Q' ' , -' -- I g . - ' K . , ,,.. ----' 'X "4" ,yi-1-ifij "Tis"t?' -'f f , .-.-Q33 4-fwk.. .' - 'V i g -': 'f,f,Mrt f. I ,f-:La - f. -s 1 . '-Q ""' ,,, j -vin , ,Mxvff Ja ' W- "' ,,,vFKF.i?'.,.t 15" X ' , P W Q-'fjfif E 4 . .1 , ,naflaff , X. V, ,4 , -,f,-, -. I ,.,.ffax,21'izfese.f5-,1.,a.i'-'W- en- f - Sw, Andrea McGee Orvance Owens Shaundra Simmons Emily Miller Nikeisha Mills Benardytte Robinson James Sardin Jeneiro Smith Faith Strong W,-,e 5 ,, I . :55tg,,f,.,' - -- v- V, Q .r r 4"-2, .' Q' fffiiifgg , yt 16 1 -1 . 'U O' J ' I if 531'-??Z'1'f if - -f?i3vfifi- :ie V V' ily , . rg UN f 1 1 Stephen Murray, Jr. Johnnie ,Simmons Eldrick Sullivan 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 stays 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. Bendalonne Thompson v lOl Mrs. Theresa Akbar ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Rev. Joseph Bartee WELDING Mr. Mike Berry NATURAL SCIENCE Ms. Marilyn Binion CHILD CARE Dr. Mae C. Broach MATH Ms. Willie Burnley COSMETOLOGY Mr. Earnest Campbell AUTO BODY 84 FENDER Dr. Bobby Cooper MUSIC Dr. William Cornelius SPECIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR IOZ I 9 'QV ferr" . i 1 NM ui fx F, X ADMI ISTRATIO fif"Sf'fj1h.. . X q'V, il l 3 y S x p .4 in af , ' 1 Q " UQ:- ,. , A MN , .f ' ' EE , .. I x x ' -'iff -E51 , 3. V I . .4 4 " -Cav . 'Q ' ' 2, ' 4 i 1 . ii 'fi T1 .7 '54 ' v ?' . . Q' -3: 2 ' . 5' " -J 41, V. W .7-ji: . - ,Q X , , V if, 3 V ' 25,11 "ffJ " 1 1f'. ' . ,Nail ' ' In QS H 1 xg , A : - fy, ' -'f '- . Q ...af 5' ' ,' 4 - 'f pw ' ., , f - LMC: 2 f ' z .ff M G'-W A 2 , - QQ? 1 N N i 1, 1,3 .34 sip, W 1 7' Z, 'ai r..M, ,gun 'fi' A NS: if f X? Q' 2, f' f . Q ., ! 2 , 1 , 1 Cf I I 0 1. , Z , 1,11 , H," . ,g 1,3 ' .-wL'fr,, K 4 ff - .-gg Y I Sw, i ii, ? , , 1 . ,Ji ., Q' ,Q Ma: A 55 mf- - 'eg seigkffflrk A .i - 4 .8 'Q 4.'- f . P fl , Lax FpfQ?ik,-'.- ' vw, f Vx ff ff' ez: , I a 'ff .yfigg H ,. 1 . yu ,A-4 ef, -- ,im 1 A fr."-0:40. f. ,Jiysa if 411.2 .' , ,,, nf? 1 . ' 'V .i ,rife pg , , , , . 7 '- ':.l , -:co :aw 'f ,ff ff-my ,f ff.WZi,y ff- fi . f ,-A-ZW fy f wa- .-4. .11 inf- , ag- - 1 - ., 1 y.- --,ff , - 4,.7K,kZt?el,, A: .I ,, ,- .,. , . ' ' I 1 I .14 as Mr. Frank Crump ASST. VOC.-TECH DIRECTOR Mrs. Deborah Danner DATA PROCESSING Mr. Galal Darbandi ECONOMICS Mr. Samuel Davis DRAFTING 8L DESIGN Mrs. Jessie Dawson COUNSELOR Mr. Freddie Edwards WELDING Mrs. Flora Funches MAINTENANCE Mrs. Irene Gibson MAINTENANCE Mrs. Annie Harper ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Mr. Benjamin Harper NATURAL SCIENCE L Mr. Wilson Harris AUTO MECHANICS Dr. Linden Haynes SCIENCE SW"-N. Mrs. Freddie Jackson CHILD CARE Mr. Isiah Jones AUTO BODY 84 FENDER Ms. Maude Kendricks gf BOOKSTORE MANAGER Mr. Oscar Martin CARPENTRY Ms. Bobbie Mason V HEALTH 8: P.E. Mr. George McQuitter MEDIA TECHNOLOGY ,,a4""- B .L ..., , X 1 vl fr: fi, ' . , K 1 I ,, af, ll' ri -4 Q. g if ef a .4 1' IV! 2' .tvs ADMINISTRATION flj fx , I f I arsr I W I r i I ,L I fjji I ,,.A Q 'X i I ,r,,. .I .r- f 'I I - I I I 'W' 3 at we . ,gy rhagik is IJ " I X E I X 41 f 1 A IO4 K l intl f X I Z4 if 1 I film 'vw .Ex Tix., 3, fi ! I I BenQ :vt!fP"' 1 I FACULTY STAFF ,hug S Q. fm, le, rw' ' X X"--f : A Q , V , I Iig it .3 . , X ' 'Lf JS' - ' -Q--z v 'fzs f C, - I fs x I -T. 2 N ..v, I ..AA1 i rw 'N f KWM3 2' - N If 1.-. 1 X 5 1 I , I I 4 'X , fafw fff if 1 may WZ? WW if M O ff ffff fff W Sgt. Maj. Pasion MILITARY SCIENCE Mr. William Parks ELECTRONICS Mr. James Pates CARPENTRY 84 CABINETMAKING Mrs. Leonia Roach MAINTENANCE Mr. Albert Ross MATH Mrs. Mary N. Scott STUDENT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR Ms. Chris Tanner HUMAN RESOURCES Mrs. Ida Thomas COSMETOLOGY Ms. Mirrian Torrey STENO POOL OPERATOR 105 5 4? 9. 3' a P ii ,w ADMI ISTRATIO N V, w it .,., vii Q- . , Mft 1 A fi' . - ' . X ' ,f N 3. . uf' .'-3 X . 9 I X A.. -5 i fi e if S Dr. Clyde Muse District President 106 ix :M ' I-iff? Qgf I VAr,H,pf H if , ,V Y '3 1 1 I f ,Fife Liga? . W ft? Ma f ' f 49: fy 5 'Q W i j r if i' 1' f f f f V1--..., X l 1 Xb'-.m..,,.,.--f-" .- COL MM UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 39175 HINDS JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT VICE PRESIDENT POR UTICA CAMPUS January 31, 1984 Students, Friends, and Alumni: The Annual Staff has decided this year to emphasize that this campus has special Factors associated with it. uSmall in size, big in...,n alit , a word that, for the Utica Campus, means improving all Facets of the operation to insure a high possibility For success of those allied with this campus. Pride, a desire to maintain personnel services, comprehensive programs, contemporary Learning related tech- nologies Icomputers, machinery, Facilities, etc.I. Di nit , the professional promise to share a portion of ourselves with all who enter our sphere of influence For the uplifting of hamanity. The commitment to dramatically extract the latent potential from those isolated personalities struggling in transition is a major role of ours. These elements are the hallmarks of the Utica Campus. We extend our congratulations to those responsibile For presenting this excellent look at, in graphic Form, this year's activities. F-b af, truly, 1,1 1 Louis tok s ice-Pre ident Utica Campus JLSlFbn 'A Cammilmenl lo Qualify Education" Raymond Campus. Uliu Campumjlckuzn Brunch. Rankin Brunch, Vicksburywarrcn County Branch. Nursingflkllicd Hcnllh Center BOARD OF TRUSTEES M-fit lg ef pau 5 . M - '. t Q 5 . as sw T.H. Kendall, lll Chairman Hinds County Sharp W. Banks, Jr. Vice-Chairman Warren County W.lVI. Moss Secretary Hinds County A.A. Alexander Hinds County 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 Talmadge Portis, Jr. Hinds County Dale T. Sullivan Copiah County Joseph Travillion, Jr Claiborne County Micheal Vinson Rankin County George W. 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Membership shall consist of those students enrolled in the Student Special Services Program and those who meet the federal guide- lines. ll0 Jocelyn Jordan PRESIDENT J.C. Gaines VICE-PRESIDENT Bertha Franklin SECRETARY Wanda Stamps ASSISTANT SECRETARY Sharon Lee TREASURER Tawanna Gay Barnes Janice Berry Jacqueline Bracey Carrie Brown Clayton Brown Kenneth Burton Bernard Charleston Joseph L. Christmas Anthony Clay Gwendolyn Davis Sandra Ford Bertha Franklin J.C. Gaines Bestiel Gaskins Gloria Jean Harper Mattie Ruth Hicks Carsynthia Hicks Tammay Jackson Doris Juanita Johnson Nellie Marie Johnson Jocelyn Jordan Linda Lee Shason Lee Pauline Lewis Elizabeth Mallett George McLemore Kenneth McMillian Ronald Miller Jr. Mary O'Neal Pamela Pope Shylinda Reed Joyce Marie Ross Donna Scott Wong Scott Clawdia Seaton Lausa Sims Anthony Smith Jack Smith Janice D. Smith Wanda Stamps Dorothy Terry Rosie Marie Terry Eleanor Vincent Charles Wiggins Donnie William Marvel Wilson 4 0 ...mi Mr. 84 Miss Special Services Kathy Harris 8a Larry Johnson .iiI'??'?W1 'Q' '1,r'4fffl 'A 'Sf 4 ,.-nz, 4..- ,. , g,!-f v 'fs f -95--' I :fr f B 1. is ., h . 9 - qu., A V. . if U . is Pi- A B 0 ' 4 3 AN f 5' j A X v 1 . .Mt , Q -. -4? VL' .1-I I 'K ,:- 4 1--4 9 ' . 'fy . , ., H' or L . -' is " A .. ' " 35.2 if V' xx , C I . , 1 J, ,, , Es. ...tl fi X if illffy ff I f f if I ll ' -1',.. 15. -Rl A ..,,, . a S I fig " . ,, ga X A Mr. 8a Miss Computer Science Christine Shaw 8L Kelvin Williams 4. 'zzz I. COMPUTER SCIENCE DATA PROCESSING The purpose of this organization is: 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 or a good CHUSC. 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. Michael Green PRESIDENT Kelvin Williams VICE-PRESIDENT Geraldine Dixon SECRETARY Mary O'Neal ASSISTANT SECRETARY Ronald Mack TREASURER Christine Shaw ASSISTANT TREASURER Juanita Burse PARLIAMENTARIAN Jacqueline Allen Linda Barlow Jacqueling Benjamin Robert Brown James Bufkin Victor Coleman Alma Edwards Dorothy Erves Beverly Gohlar Lynn Graves Antoinette Green Kathy Harris Brenda Jackson Tammie Jelks Doris Lewis Jacqueline Lewis Juanita Redfield Sharon Richardson Valerie Taylor Katy Wilder Scott Wong Mrs. Deborah Danner Mr. William Walker ADVISORS lll MILITARY SCIENCE The military science club is designed to foster the ideas of the military and to instill leadership capabilities. This club is open to all interested Utica students. Linda Peels Willie Rankin Anthony Smith Marvel Spears Vincent Thorton Annie Williams Priscilla Williams Sgt. Major Paision ADVISOR Janice Berry Prestina Finley Bertiel Gaskin Pat Gregory Ollie Hampton Linda Lee Pauline Lewis Maggie Montgomery Arthetha Patterson ll2 A at 4-'uf if-' if iw' 2.9v,g1- ,gift Y 1. f si. Miss Military Science Janice Berry I Mr. and Miss Phi Beta Lambda Valery Kelly and James Bufkin The Phi Beta Lambda Club is designed to broaden students' understanding of economic and business phenomena and to engage students in projects that will strengthen their working relationship with others. The club also strives to develop in students whose qualities that make for a successful citizen professionally and socially. Membership is open to students enrolled in business, secretarial training, Gu and other clerical areas. I I Fannie Mack Antoinette Greene PRESIDENT Rochelle Henderson Rosie Vance Ora Lee Hughes VICE-PRESIDENT Sara Ivory Victoria Ellis Ester Jackson SECRETARY Janet Johnson Patti Bell Mary J. Johnson ASSISTANT SECRETARY Cleveland Washington Janice McCay Lisa Middleton TREASURER Brenda Nichols Joan Gibson Katie Porter REPORTER Mary A. Reed Tabbie Evans Mary L. Shoulders HISTORIAN Mary Smotherman James Bufkin Rosie Spates PARLIAMENTARIAN Mary L. Thomas Janice Adams Evelyn Berry Adline Burnley Joyce Washington Rose M. Watson Gwen Williams 1' I Tarassa Clark Mrs. Shirley Mason Beverly Gohlar Mr. Galal Darbandi 114 Lynn Graves ADVISORS PHI BETA LAMBDA 113 CHEERLEADERS I at-,J X 'QQ PAYQSSFT' 'Ti' v" ,aw ww, ,Ngo A - Q ,. V A W, . - ,, A 129.15 , EE.x y Sandra Magee, PRESIDENT, Beverly Gohlar, VICE-PRESIDENT, Jan Stokes, SECRETARYQ Barbara Graves, ASSISTANT SECRETARY, Tracy Gregory, TREASURER, Rosie Terry, PARLIAMENTARIANQ Earnestine Broom, CHAPLAINg Jackie Jones, Maggie Montgomery, Valarie Taylor, Ms. Bobbie Mason, ADVISOR 'S I a , IE? ' A I rs? 4? .2 , I be ef? 'ffm 'la ff I 1 lr 2 3 -all 45 g 2 f r f 2 f g ul I 1 1 fl 7 'Lf if .i 1 .F J , 4 4' ii I I I M vii , ,I CHESS CLUB Gertha Cooks, PRESIDENT, Larry Walton, VICE-PRESIDENTg Jackie White, SECRETARY, Ollie Hampton, TREASURER, Joseph Wilcher, BUSINESS MANAGERQ Mack Tanner, Dr. John Powers, ADVISOR ll4 ,4-f ff'?!!!I!!.YI?N5m'PQf1 AUDIO VISUAL CLUB Twain Freeman, Mable Graves, Steve Green, Nellie Johnson, Dennis Kyles, Calvin Lewis, Perry Long, Linda Peels, David Peterson, Gloria Wilson, Mr. George McQuitter, ADVISOR , , 'Q 'U Q Ji t . A I 5 Q Y ,Q ' SA 3 N X I nl' Y 3 Q I Q NEWSPAPER STAFF Juanita Burse, EDITOR, Doris Lewis, CO-EDITOR, Carrie Jones, Jan Stokes SPORTS EDITORS, Linda Barlow, Deloris Burks, Sylvia Cole, Tammie Griffin, Ametha Wade, REPORTERSQ Janice McCay, Debra Cleaver, TYPISTSQ Victor Coleman, Robert Anderson, PHOTOGRAPHERS, Mrs. Bessie Brown, Ms. Willie Ealey, ADVISORS IIS PHI THETA KAPPA-HONOR SOCIETY 5 , 4 2 I 5 5 2 v"'lx 5 'V 5? 'Wil Geraldine Dixon, PRESIDENTQ Sharon Richardson, VICE-PRESIDENT, Annie Williams, SECRETARY, Juanita Redfield, Assis- tant SECRETARY, Antoinette Green, BUSINESS MANAGERQ Christine Shaw, REPORTER, Sylvia Cole, Victor Coleman, Victoria Ellis, Dorothy Erves, Calvin Harris, Fannie Mack, Cleveland Washington, Mrs. Anita Griffin, Mrs. Patrinella Diggs, LIBRARY CLUB ' Q. ' Tiff? M' H' " " 'Wi " -fi lm-'33-rx ' :- " ' , Nm. ::::--'- . H +1 -, ..:1- -X -- n . , A 2' 1 '-1544 255 I " g - ' 7 ffaffifcs K' . 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' ' L . -'V V' ' 1 V f 'f-fa..-. . -,V.,, , A, .+ 'ef' V..."i Irv 'M ' , ': :J QJTLGQ n'S,.vif-, ."f.H'."5- 7 11,1245af,:'4f.d'-l"gf'I.',11if-77lg'fUl'-.xiii "' 2 ffff. -"'-- .f 1 - V., '2'5.'!'.rl?f.13f-4,'r'4f.2'-ffl"-1, f"W'2:'. - fl..V8.Zi:f...4.u.':f'-a'.:x'2T':R4ff-..k-1"5-t fs., fr...f'4I'.', 4 VOCATIO AL I DUSTRIAL CLUBS OF AMERICA Patrick Stubbs, PRESIDENT, Robert Green, VICE-PRESIDENT, Angela Lee, SECRETARY, Carsanthia Hughes, ASSISTANT SECRETARY, Luther Jefferson, PARLIAMENTARIAN, Larri Harris, REPORTERQ Donald Alezander. Jason Banks, Melvin Barns, Retho Berry, Kenneth Bradley, Dexter Brandon, Percy Burns, James Burrell, Varice Chamber, Benard Charleston, John Charman, George Devaul, J.W. Donerson, Nancy Datson, Troy Gaines, Clara Goods, Benjamin Graham, Joe Harris, Betty Hicks, Nathaniel Harvey, Joseph Hill, Shelly Hill, Carla Huston, Calvin Jackson, Micheal Jenkins, Kenneth Jones, Sherman May, Greg McDowell, Carl Mclntyne, Herman Miner, Peryer Michelle, Henry Moore, Michael Murrell, Jacqueline Neal, Rowina Patterson, Zahid Rehman, Charles Roach, Pelvia Robinson, Carl Ross, Edward Seaton, Jack Smith, Barbara Starks, Debra Taylor, Julius Taylor, Larry Thompson, Jewel Truly, George Walker, David Watson, James Washington, Carl Whiting, Jimmie White, Earl Wren U7 A K g N , .Q J, -5 , Ffa. 'jiifi"f 1'- Q , , ' . ' , Linda Thomas PRESIDENT E. Abdullah Akbar VICE-PRESIDENT Betty Hicks SECRETARY Delories McGann TREASURER Howard Franklin CHAPLIN Arvilla Rankins PARLIAMENTARIAN Gwendolyn Hawthrone BUSINESS MANAGER Bertha Moses PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Frank Wilson SGT.-OF-ARMS Regina Cheatham Carla Michelle Draper Annette Floyd Gwendolyn Hawthrone Betty Hicks Alice Hilliard Mardenia Jenkins Angelia Lee Delories McGann Sharon Moffett Bertha Moses Jacqueline Neal Victoria Neal Jeffery Ross Coralette Shelby Theresa Shorter Debra Taylor Linda Thomas Betty Walton Frank Wilson TOLOGY Q , figs 5 If - F7 . " i bg. 'fi '11, Q, l-'ibx' . . V 'ii ' ,. ,gf M1 4. . fi nu, i ' 1 ,,v,z, ,. 'v- , 0.-',- , ., .,.-Q, Q A -,QA 1, .MA Q . 4 , 4 , , - , , . ,4-' , 1 1-v' 'L' 1' ." .. L . .5 .3 ff' ' .rv 2 L' ' ' f. - 1- ft' "' - ' J A Maria Adams, Wynetta Barfield, Velma Barber, Bernette Brown, Bobbie Catchings, Rhonda Coleman, Regina Collier, Albert Dodd Jr., Savannah Fleming, Howard Franklin, Linnie Kazempour, Lisa King, Dirdera Neal, Remonia Quinn, Thelma Prentiss, Arvilla Rankins, Janice Smith, Mary Washington, Beatrice Windmeen, Mrs. Ida Thomas, Mrs. Willie P. Burnley, ADVISORS CQ ' 5 5 . I D .Q Q .. ' , '-Ei SQ 1 if 'fi ' . D .,, E . ig F ' pw? ' f X J Q' f ,W ,, . N X wh i Q A if c i get ft' 1 Qi' uf ' 3 X ,. , ., v y F i i 5 , f fig Iwbl if , ...sf .,. .k .- if Bi Ai E 1 Sig: A Q? ,.qr1. J I g igij x g V A fs- cu Z if J - ' 1' my Q . ' NX 'J,A . gf .h Z V , . my f ' X 'Q I, , CHILD CARE Cynthia Washington, PRESIDENT, Carolyn Thompson, SECRETARY, Jacqueline Bracey, TREASURER, Yolanda Randolph, REPORTER, Shirley Clark, Annette Cubit, Sharon Evans, Ora Flags, Katherine Fortner, Sylvia Green, Kina Griffin, Delphine Henry, Gladys Holden, Leonia Ivory, Bessie Jenkins, Judy McBride, Osby Miles, Regina Percy, Pamela Pope, Princess Shanks, Debra Shelby, Sonia Spencer, Mary Stewart, Valeria Taylor, Pearlie Taylor, Velichia Thompson, Dorothy Tory, Redia Turner, Eleanor Vincent, Ametha Wade, Sharon Williams, Betty Young, Mrs. Freddie Jackson, Mrs. Marilyn Binion, ADVISORS 119 inns 1 fx.-':. f-fe a USHER CLUB 'nf Q.! Ol rid? The purpose of the Usher Club is to prepare students in the art and grace of escorting guests to their seats at various school activities on and off campus. They also assist with organizing campus tours. Geraldine Dixon Gloria Harper Calvin Lewis Patricia Liddell Mrs. Monica Daniels ADVISOR l20 ES QUIRETTES CL UB lit 11, I I .,J , t .fl I . I f 5 X f , 1 xx S413 ! S5 fi :N Y . X it I XX k A SIN iili ii KF: B y ii i Q -N 4 I li I fl I is i:t1,X as il 4 I! 2' I ,,,,, V I 3 F. i .4 Miss Esquirette Shylinda Reed A , ifii 'Hifi' I' . I . . I ?,,! 5, -1, ,L V I 'tm " , A ,fx W 'ii 5 il If I I i l , A 5 I si? A' if tail '5 ' f' J I '. 'E vy ,f f a A rg, f' .. - .'? ,, 1 V f x. It ' lx I I , Ii- I it X ' ,W-"H - - 1 5 ,f L ' ' .4344 ' , 1 I 4 ' ,,, Y t The Esquirette Club is designed for the career minded lady who has strong desires for leadership. Grooming, caring, discipline and determination are a few of the characteristics depicting an Esquirette. Kathy Harris PRESIDENT Mary O'Neal VICE-PRESIDENT Nancy Cassell SECRETARY Bertha Franklin ASSISTANT SECRETARY Sherry Warfield TREASURER Lizzie Smith ASSISTANT TREASURY Faye Cornelius BUSINESS MANAGER Constance Caston Yolanda Chavis Gwendolyn Davis Irene Foster Nancy Dotson Clara Goods Josephine Kelly Betty Murphy Shylinda Reed 121 5. 22 John Jones PRESIDENT Sharon Lee SECRETARY Alice Brown Clayton Brown Adline Burnley Gertha Cooks Bertha Franklin Bertiel Gaskin Doris Johnson A ,ii Gwendolyn Lacy Randy McKennis Q Valery McNeil Bettye Murphy Sharon Richardson cuqv Joyce Ross ' Kevin Russell iiii ilii ' Ralph Russell Glenda Taylor ' Allen Tobin Jackie White 4 Mr. 84 Miss Choir Joyce Ross 8: Kevin Russell """"----1 "'Qu.. lflll Dr. Cooper practices with the choir preparing for the annual Christmas concert. M.E.N.C. is the professional association for music educators at Utica. Members are provided opportunities for personal 84 professional development and are introduced to the duties and responsibilities of the music education profession. M.E.N.C. members become acquainted with music education leaders through participation in a variety of programs, demonstrations, and performing groups arranged by the local chapter, the state Music Educators Association, and the Music Educators National Conference. M.E.N.C. fix? 1 x g:-:A Mr. 8a Miss M.E.N.C. Ruthie Allen 8: Ralph Russell M.E.N.C. members are John Jones, Kevin Russell, and Allen Tobin K. .. Q2 ' if g . .,,, ,, 3' 1: if, f ? K 1 D H v ' Sv NNUAL FASHIO SHOW in Z. I, .fa '7 795, fa Brenda captured the Model of the Year title. ',..1M. :ar Brenda and Tommy model garments made from garbage bags. -as: .. rf adj 2 , fx. , , V is waist ' wav' qi-se' .. , M...----v-gg-yum-,uv ' ,J -,'r Q :Li 4'?f7.'439H5""K xp' x '. Q."..4 - .MMM , ' i'P,,. J, HM H ' . ' ml -, W , 'fitfa "vw-inf ,.'rf7,.::M y-wa-Jb,,,"""" " """ ' , .avwxh N, , ,. v A 'V ,, -M- Wilbur models garbage bag knickers and fur. Tommy dazzles the audience with his self-made sports wear. i , ,,,,..,,...... Wilbur shows off a sweater he made. Brenda and Tommy perform a dance routine dressed in their own creation. Dorothy models a garbage bag dress. I , . Mary models an out-fit she designed in Cloth- ing and Textile. 'N Dorothy models an evening gown from her private collection. l25 ACCOMPLISHMENT ' k sw . 1 qf,46vsf,W,Xw y , 'I ,- '34 -.5-qs.. , X wav" he se, kt, .2 k,.,, N X , N YS! , , I ix K i fi V g sf! , ii we 'Q I 1 .- .ff we T .,V, . L .3 P . ,, lfgfgg "A . ' I f I . ':' 4 i xx ' ..k. -f if rw Sebastian Rogers, a sophomore media technology major from Chicago, Illinois, had a childhood dream. He dreamed of playing professional baseball. Recently his dream became a reality. Sebastian was the 6th picked in the first round by the Cincinnati Reds. He graduates in May and reports to camp this summer. When asked his feeling of his accomplishment, Sebastian calmly replied, "I am grateful to Utica for allowing me an opportunity to play and gain experience. I consider myself lucky in having such nice and supporting team-mates and coaches. More important than anything is my eternal appreciation to the Lord for blessing me with the talent to play ball. Lord I thank thee." The Uticanite family congratulates Sebastian and wishes him well on his recent accomplishment. 126 CONGRATULATIONS WIND A Hx!" f Qir:9"..x iaxhc-w4,. ,,f-03" . iw 55 Ai Tammie Griffin and Carrie Jones both freshmen d , pre-me students, are the first recipients of the William H. Holtzclaw and B.E. Lewis Scholarships. The scholarships are the first given in honor of Rev. Lewis, a longtime supporter of Utica Junior College, and Dr. Holtzclaw, founder. These students exemplify character, leadership ability, ambition, a love for humanity and a 3.50 GPA or above. The Uticanite family congratulates Tammie and Carrie. l2'7 THE ANNUAL STAFF saw. Q T , - ,fa fin- . W . K ,av .555 ' me .. "Y's'-v-W""' 5 ' L , if w, ...kv-.oe.,,, F' ii We fl in 'M . ,sexi This edition of the Uticanite emphasizes the quantity of this institutions physical make-up through its theme "Small In Size." However, the attributes it has brought and continues to bring are unsurmountable. Because somehow the contributions and accomplishments made: by Black individuals and Black institutions or anything Black related is oftentimes discarded and never to be arisen again. We are Smalll ln Size but we are big in all of the qualities it takes to develop a productive individual. This institution strives to educate studentsi academically and to give them a feeling of self worth. Itis our intention to make at least a small indention into the minds of those who be- lieve in themselves. If there is a page in this yearbook that makes you proud to be a part of this institution-our work has not been in vain. We further hope that this yearbook will serve as an entertainment piece for you, your family and friends. We also ask that each of youi contribute to the success of this institution by becoming an active member of the Alumni Association, refer your friends to Utica and by notifying the institution of anything that will aid in the success of this institution. After all, this is your institution. Will you aid in its sur-' vival or watch it fade? Happy viewing. The 1984 Annual Staff Adline Burnley Bertiel Gaskin Linda Lee Robert Anderson, Photographer Ms. Willie Ealey, Advisor l28 Qi L vw '.q1AY 5 ,' Jax. ":,j'g Y ' 1 v.,' I:TmVVy, Y1v 1 V43 mv vbgl 41' 531-1 All ' ."' F, 'Li ' L, "' 'YI' wif' 'l,"vu, 55: X ' ' wifi fm-'s: A L34 'Q ff'-42+ ' 1 sf' f 1'-M 'v..au'4ie1-'3i""" M .,1"d . 1 I. 'f' ' -Lw.ux'iw' f'++ ' -L' l ' 1- -4516'ww-f."ffm-ffaxyoifu . 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