Utica Junior College - Uticanite Yearbook (Utica, MS)

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5 J 4 4 2 Y I . l 2 Q3 .. .. 9 HI." . .. 'Y' .. :An , 1' A x. 5 xv 1 0. Hal I-IINDS JUNIOR COLLEGE DIS THE UTICANITE VULUME so ,En on II 1985 U TI C A CAMPUS UTICA, MISSISSIPPI 39 I 75 TRICT THE 1985 UTICANITE TABLE OF CONTENTS CURRICULA FEATURES STUDENT LIFE ATHLETICS PEOPLE EVENTS ' A, 28 T 43 ORGANIZATIONS ................. 38 8 A 60 1, 82 118 YM!! X W O O O 4 X.!x: 'ET ? Q0 XZ x 'f F X I 9 a MA-' I Q 1" .A ' I st 1, '- 'lg' I f. , W 'gf' f ' M e A 564,44 J' f L M! ,n .ZPL if r t 15 g was 4 BMA., ,, TECHNICAL Utica's educational, mind-developing setting is divided into four basic divisions-Academics, Technical, Vocational, and Continuing 1 ,, Education. The combination of these divisions AL: in create the mindpower of education, This X 3 Pragmatic atmosphere has been proven to be 6 cohesive to the student who is serious about securing a sound quality education. X 'If Electronics NJ af I i , - .3374 I T erferilrriegf -155-1 -if :gig Wm :E rig 1 an Iv . T .. at f ""' ,,,, . 64 1' i ' '. 14--'1f"" . -7154 - ae ' fav wa' I 1 K E.-3' -'W'c"fif' .,,. I XX li ,Zyl 4 f .-, V A , Y 1 get 4mf'f'ZM27g4g,W""'N . xv, ' Q! lb -A up 3 llama, ,M M T TYama ,H 5' X h 2' fr CW. and Desi work on radio equipment while David and Larry check voltage. Related Studzes ..,,...-w-'if ..r"i,,, 1 fa X 1 'V r"7" 'T 1-'it 4 Mrs. McCullum checks Wanda's home room assignment. ii Barbara checks math assignment before passing it in. ' Ni N ii WU 1' ' i r ! P0 Jessie and Steve demonstrate darkroom techniques. , X for , U -N i i jgri . i 1 , X X Mr. Ross assists Patricia and Steve with math problems. Y "-1-Id rm! MQ-,ifll , , r rt 14' Q. Photography 5' ' , I X53 Si 5 Secretarial Science i""'-we J . 1- 0,5 A JQQTS' a , r f N- ,A Q., . 5 X Brenda uses the systematic approach to reach her goal of 200 copies. ss' is 'J Q, Q WY iw"- ns, Y A 6, A W , 3: X Eiff -Nga Rochelle practices her word processing skills. W Ivli "" f g f' - ' k . Ns,:1AWvv2M:Wff W m V. ,f V 4? ,!fL,,rr, 3 Andrea uses the IBM personal computer to finish home room assignment. I v-fly HN. W 4 1 l tw 6 f .fi Es 5 8 135 F N, s Cynthia proof reads written material. Twin, Lois, types toward perfection. X 'sskffsx L , 1 1 . 'Q Ya ls ,t il ' ls wa 1 1 l ', airs! :ft V , 2 i l..g.!.-ll.r.3l..'r Q E! .B Q- , iff-m 5 - il-, -,,,--' fi-'Z xg 'A' ' 8 i. Cynthia and Faye discuss the kinds of pets with nursery school. Terrance and Bose help with the exercise. ' - ,f i JN, ' m ay I X 'x L 7 f ., A NK I ffl K . ,grin f' fl i fl V f Zz Child Care . 4' 3. , nw: Z V4 ,' ' Sri' J rf' I Jacqueline entertains friends in the piano practice room. M3535 if -is 1 7 x . l- ' lg V1 it ! 'b""' ii' J Tarassa checks theory and prepares piano lesson for class. q , .sfofx ff 7 H-v-if Computer Science Computer science is a transferable program designed to provide students with a general knowledge about computers relation to literary, technology, the sciences, business programming applications, mathematics, and various job careers. Valerie and jeff work with the terminal. Math In Dr. Broach's technical math class, students are discussing exponents and radicals. Dr. Broach assist the students in developing and understanding the fundamental laws of exponents and radicals and their use in simplifying algebraic expressions. saw- Y ., , ., "222-11.14-? iiiir'-1': '1' ,, , .- -- psf. f fS3:Q61,g-' -' , ,f, , -s -f . -L ., fy . M ,H Q S " 15 jennifer works on math problems. ....-,,.,-.f-wg W A 4 5 X . .21 - , . 1, 'x . S. W-4 a . 1 + .. fi as 1 . 'L ':. V . P H 5 "5 ' nz I v ' 4 i' ' ' "5'7"T.rf:. 5. ,rea . .ae if 1 'f 9 71' .,g.:.,.:g- gs 2, - . ' 335, ,Ax ,wg ,vb N. '12 ' '. ,- Nathan talks to the computer and it talks R0f1ald and Jennifer WOrk On C0mputer back. program-It seems to have a few bugs in it t 4 . - X, -asses - , if - , XSS: Xi' Q A -ff mx? X M. ,Gig gi: as Q 'nv 'V .-,-.....1- ' r I x i?.?"'Bv Ski A, .. 5. 13,0 . ,M , ,TWA f 'A Darlene reads over test questions before Larry takes notes to study for Wednesdays math exam. making a 100 pt. attempt. -r ses ., Qfggibfflfiis PW . .Sal .ffgj I fl. V L if iff , "h'li Dr. Broach works with algebra students on exponents and radicals. r . i , sw, cl .f i QC 7 I ' in I ,. int.,- , 5.-l . 'aw 4. V 'in ..l' XM in., sc! A' w 4,-' Ji. K 0.43 NT ws-, Q can M? .1 - ma. , 2 Q qs: W. ' - "'Qn.. .1 5. H Darlene feels assured of passing Dr. johnson's math test vSciencev Y I' I i Georgia, Sarah, and Sonya put their heads together in hopes of completing their science project. 9 Michael uses the Botanical Growth Chamber to grow his favorite-african violets. Mix' " ' ' Science r Yi' ,Em A-gg., BN i' Jessie and Sara use the Pulley as a part of a is simple machine experiment. 2 ., . X ex , 5 Ss 3 , ' 21 X -- - as Q tk . N 3 533111 Es levy S P' .N is 4 , 1-We S as , si r t Q H , t X Q V 21,5 X-. X ll . i .. 3 ' 'I A. e.xNh9,rQg,1:1 z Q i I 3 fix -A f N it .gr t. , K 1 msgmrxg A 3 ky ,lfisfw-I is . - , x - ag Mr. Berry uses the Bulistic Pendulum to check acceleration. Carsanthia and Sharon look enthusiastically. M . a I 1. ., 'F-. -5 , 2 KA r 'av 1,9 ' 5 N. 70' WK 4 x u 5 I AI exi I N 5 4"' , v 1 . , 3 4 Z0 are h ,fda K V , 5 y ,-. Y lzv ,. . V i 4 X J i ' H We -- J 'V V ' ,. iz ' , 1 M J m . ' . -P4 Angela and Ricky conduct experiment using the Incline Plane. Learning Resource Center . F "In preparation for the future" , f 1 i I Alma Fisher, Librarian I V, .'.1r 'Q lf. Iv J -of e Patrick enjoys the pleasure of a new b00k. Betty believes that reading is enrichment. Antonio enjoys the sports section. Roosevelt checks the spine of the book for clarity. K Rigs , ll f i! u ii' J fi Betty, Beverly, and Marily love being Mike is engulfed by his new found book while surrounded with knowledge. enjoying the serenity of the library. ll Food Service t ww A4 -H Q .K -A 'N 5 i . 1 fi. i I fi i l i I A Qi Sonya and jackie prepare icing for a birthday cake. I L . 'VKX V .N"'ifsf-ws' N we X ,fra 'Mex 4 'V 4' Vernelle mixes ingredients for a pound cake. X ew e Dannie decorates bell shaped cake. Brick Masonry I 5, 1 W fe 1 r Fredrick uses the fence 1 2 ,jggwmpf 5 pq " ., ,, ""'-J' V pattern. Walter cuts brick for a perfect fit. Alonzo works on fireplace. . ,fy EL 3513 '77-ll' , W-'.fs.f' 5..5f.fZw ,M fzfmai 1.1 .NL mm, 'awxgm,c4g,,-vafzgf rf- -4-14315 ,g fff,.43iZ6j,g,l-,.a:,'.' "uw . W' K 0 , 1 2 0- .ffm 9' if N 1 , ' we HDL., ' -W fWf?6if"if'ffr' J VL " 2135? Q -M .. J 1 :afee2ma:iJ5tlQ.? : W .-5-x f--i,f' 0 0 I if 10 I Patricia measures aluminum before cutting. Dennis offers his assistance. Dennis and Patricia cut aluminum metal plates. 1 ww Welding .., J ' as LAW' Q 7 'fir r-if-:JA it Hof" wr 1. ,. A KX ,xx james works on aluminum-Rev. Bartee observes. Auto Body 4 ,fy gt ,dll P 'WJ ' lf' - , n. ' , . f X S , arm!" i , f.WA X f i 4 'fr A iff VH? ' Q, -Sa ' ' --'-' 3- ' E ,JJ -1 XXQW' fc Y M I x ' ,iikhxu as 1 J, , f .' ' V , 5 V' ' ' I i' I l i P 1 .1 l X 4 Fil 1 J Percy, jake, and Allison mask around frame George sands the car for a smooth finish. Dexter primes the car for painting. and window of the care before starting to paint. 13 V-5 Clothing ,jx iff, Deena uses a Vogue pattern to make a pant suit. 'ww 'dl , . , ,,- ., 4. ,' J ' 5' fit .W ,W J .H .E .,f. X 141. , Q . ,, w .J C? Textile 'Q' YH. ish 4 ,. , Mrs. Woolman assists Bertha with sewing lace. T Zina adds padded shoulders to her blazer ,nv F Yvonne checks material with pattern. Alnetter hand stitches inside lining before sewing. 14 wi' Z ,gy The Utica Campus serves as a testing site for administering the State Barbers Exam. Perms, wash 8a set, facials, and cuts are among the services provided. Barbering N '50- X 2,1 1 X N x .f-"F 4 Eric gives a shave as a part of the State Barbering Cutting is an art in itself. Terry cuts the afro style. Exam. if nf. :.' WCA L Students taking the State Barbers Exam must successfully pass the practical work as well as theory. Examiners look for errors. . 9 fs KA-I" X . W, ,yi , 4.4- .. 1 Barbering student rods hair to create a curly look. 15 STUDE XX X in K L 1 'X g 3 I e 5 , Carrie jones TraCy Gregory 'Q A e Xxx, .-Ri :nga ..q., X: A . -2,1 Tis' Alnetter Smith 16 GOVER ME ORGANIZATIO M AQ 9 'if- 5 ai MMWQ Barbara Graves Tammie Griffin f 'Ian Stokes Clayton Brown 32 f B rw' 1-3, ,.. i '55 fa I , .y he 2 We Patrick Rayform Arleatha Wilson I WHO'S IVHO AMONG STUDENTS Annually, students are nominated to the list of Who's Who Among Students in American junior .olleges. They are selected according to their discipline, participation in activities, and grade point average. Their name, school, and hometown are included in the annual publication of Who's Who Among Students in American junior Colleges. Earnestine Broome MERITORIOUS Off Laquita Crawford Samantha Franklin l.1.1.1,li,t.l 3.1 3 ann-. Arthur Lawrence 4CHIEVEMENT l l I jan Stokes Debra Webb .ll l ll.l ian F 1-fr f 5 su i 1' Q .e, , Q , Marty Carpenter Brenda Claiborne 'UQ' ' GIG 1 Qfjj' . Lf- Tammie Griffin Carrie JOHCS Ralph Russell Donna Scott Loretta Wiggins -lOl1H Y0L11'1g MR. UTICA JUNIOR COLLEGE RALPH RUSSELL MISS T1cA JU 1012 COLLEGE in QP . C fn" EA." ' -v V lm fx I ' Q ',,,. vim . - ly ' "nfl win' K . 'Q Liffi 'lx' G f .vu-, 'v ' " Y fx.. ' ge , . ' N" -1 1 .L -in rw .fm- EAR ESTI E BROOME FIRST ALTERNATE Q 'H-0 Q T si RUCHELLE HENDERSON SECOND ALTERNATE N Wi' xl.. f""' SAMANTHA FRANKLIN MR. 61 MISS SOPHOMORE u LEROYJOHNSON C9 FAYE CORNELIUS , MR. C? MISS FRESHMEN TYRUNE ALLEN C? CYNTHIA GREENE COMME CEME EXERCISES At the eighty-first annual commencement exercises 160 graduates accept their degrees and certificates. Vice- President Stokes introduces the speaker, Dr. james A. Hefner, President ofjackson State University. Dr. Hefner congratulates the graduates, challenges them to do their best, and reminds them that their future depends upon their efforts and their abilities. With optimism, the students accept their degrees and certificates as Dr. Muse presents them. ZX VAEEZ Q71-5 ...f, I f-M' ,, l 5 I 1 l TOWARDS HIGHER GOALS L iw V ,., . , ,,-....Y.... W- . ,..,.,....,.,.x,.,,.... .... .-..,.,...,....,..,,,.., ,,, , , .,. ..,., -W-, , Y 1 X .4 I S a. N 3 w P ' Etsy, l .gin 51 Q x 'Y 26 For too many years the administrators at the Utica Campus had requested on-campus housing for students. Finally, open house for the dormitory complex was a great day in the life of the institution. It was a real joy to have supporters, including administrators, faculty, staff, students, and alumni share in the occasion. Honorees for whom the dormitories were named were :fm g , OPE H0 E DORMITURY COMPLEX acknowledged. Board members, administrators, SGO president, and Miss UjC were all a part ofthe ribbon cutting ceremony. ir? gi sy. Af it 'p M? I 5 I S 'Q-Ax I D REGISTRATION At registration, students pick up registration material, complete trial schedules, get class Cards, and proceed for fee assessment. P tl: I 4 9, 8 .E kd!! ,a.,,..f V STUDENT LIFE I 0 ,L 'vm 'Q c 4 ' x fm.. 0113 Wonder what happens next, That food really looks delicious. mst! .aff Beyerley jackson reads the lovely lyrics on a friendship card. Deefla HOlmeS fCWfiff?S hfff ROWS f0 Sfudl' l-0V 11 fest 41,1-.NK X jg, 5 my. . P- Ifl hang these clothes correctly they won't need pressing. Let's hurry so we can soon get things organized. V. ,. 1.x .- ,, ,. 0 ,r 3 ,yf.'.,... I t- G 1 Remembering my combination was easy. Now this is the key to your mailbox, not your room Is a reaction taking place? I just came in from class. It's relaxing to play with a stuffed animal. Lx ...Jae . 1 I xj A triangle, a rectangle, a circle . . . 4-M MISS Intellectual, charming, and beautiful . . . These words appropriately describe the lovely candidates as they compete for the honorable title of Miss LUC. The participants rival in church, swim, and evening wear and talent and question-answer. After the scores were tallied, Miss Earnestine Broome was announced Miss LUC. Earnestine Broom, Miss LUC, is a native of Utica. The daughter of Mrs. Bessie Bibbs, she is majoring in pharmacy. Her hobbies are playing sports, such as basketball, softball, and track, sewing, cooking, singing, dancing, acting, and meeting people. She believes in the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Mr. LUC, Ralph Russell, a native of Urbana, Illinois, is a music major. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin L. Gray. He enjoys fixing puzzles, playing tennis, fishing, and singing. A cancer, his motto is "Never say what you can't do until you try it, for all things can be done with prayer and practice." 'Y' l Q -K, im is 5' . , , , .,...,,.,w.-...-fM-V -W' - CHARMI G . . . LOVELY. . . BEA TIFUL Wifi 4,5 'N j We , wif fig-' QS? 271' K :si 19252 wv,,.1..H 4 H, .QQ :ff-1402? '-5 ' ,X Aw Z-I, 3 -Y umieqfx x !k,j,yfiy3,.L.i33i5g5 list: 'S :1w23J,i- .-gig., -,fgsjifj ff' 5 l.sawxAe- .no-f...Q. mxmrdl ! ff I i ii l ,Q f WRX, The Miss UJC Pageant proved to be one of the biggest extravaganzas of the school year. Several young ladies came out to compete for the noble title of Miss UjC. Brenda, Rochelle, Samantha, Mary Ann, and Michelle all displayed grace, charm, beauty, loveliness, and talent. fu E Y' 54 ..-1 ..',--'-'- .R . .4110 ...so-Htl' .1 5.--.:.....-,.-,.., ,.:-. -t -s. 4 x '. I , , , X e X ,U G.. , - I I CAREER DAY Vsvb' cr , Annual Career Day for sophomores give them an opportunity to become aware of the variety of careers and of job availabilities. Businesses, industries, and educational institutions send representatives to inform students of the essential preparation for careers of their choice. As the students communicate with the representatives, they receive brochures, handouts, and souvenirs. 1 x,s -w-. 34 M was if ef 5? WWUUFHZZ ru,,Y r 4-'J' 'x if? ,. iffy X 1... "M-ft , 1 1 MAKE THE RIGHT CHUICEI ,V ff fl 4 2 kit' 4' K. fb xx x'E A . A, i gpg 1 wr,...'5i,,r 'X 1,5 , Q g-as -n Q? fy: E , f A t-IPA' 1 K A., 5. 'V -gn wr. I 1 . 'sis 4'?l nm mifvlfr , , r' . 'i ,, H ' 14:2-un. XI , , K ky 'Ef- X if V 5, ,xii f A Q 1' 4 it A, HE, , i ,M 7 in by 'Z X I I' 3 V '5 E 1 , an 4 X, S af ak fate' Skills required, outlook of job salaries fringe benefits, and advancement were the concerns of sophomores as they talked with representatives during Career Day activities. They got both information and enjoyment from the day's event. .fi 1' q if K af f' , .-, , g t, . .. ' v 5, ly ff S :I i.,. . A-14? 13? E IUR DAY... 4 Y, as if Under the supervision of Mrs. Monica Daniel, Senior Day is held each year in March. Counselors from the high schools in the supporting counties of Claiborne, Hinds, Rankin, Warren, and Copiah are asked to inform class .15 sponsors and have them bring their seniors who are interested in attending the Utica Campus. The day's agenda includes registration, a tour of the campus, a brief program, displays of divisions, distribution of souvenir, and entertainment. Zw y J I , X f XY 2-K9 I 1 ,, Q- M4' Q ,,,,14,,w ' ,,., 1 -..a ,,., 445' .. g-if-mg-j,,,,f1 ' . 'M N S ag X: N New Q tv 57 , . Q e sf. , gf-,Xa 1 -1 was-raw: seams A .aff n ww , ,. ng, i ft ., 7',QUv4.JL-.vvniai K, i. -. t 5 L S F H 'J rm g 'A A J,-T ii' Ulm ,wfr by W Y. by i A -, QD KAL :B ww.. is Nh, . I. 'E .U 'K QQ! -Ji? "94w'.l9'.. si. 5-5 1 ' , 1 if "9-QQ i -f A-In . ...gf-'Rm with 3 ' 4 9 g a A ,xii ,, . 'r .,, aa 4 ' . . ,t t' .... - Q' ' "t ' 3 t Y '-Q ' I ' u ' . 2 1 in 5-M-.w ing.-Kaz, SELECTING A COLLEGE The Freedom Band entertains the seniors to conclude the day's activities. Participants observe the performance. .Z Q-1 ?Kj'l-xg' lm! it in I mai .sm .f 1 .nqqll-1 'VN M f t -J' i 4 if ts 3, ., L 1 :srl ,C 'Mila lit 22251 it qi .Q 'f 57 SMALL IN SIZE. . . ORGANIZATIONS ,,.. 3 3 2 ' ,.,,' t 1. . I ,I,I -3:,3f"fWmmnmx M.,-f-"""""' I I 4 ..,.,,m,,,. . 1' ! L If 1 . A S. 2 L- 36 fb I YA X .- 1 -..-f-f-.11:fT-if - ' 19. - ----'A'---v "" ' 'W ' ' ' - 1- . , 'AX ,Ng v Sf f . ' ..,,,..4 I ax "' W--Q,-----' .ef-"4" ,,4,,y -l' i' , 4 iff .TR ,.,'Hn?wV3M- 9 I I A 5 .I I 1 If L, ' . - I II .. fw f' if if ' 1 w i E236-' I I Q is ' V3 f 5 1 ' .., 6 1 ,.,I 4 N xx, 4 n f X' ' u x l P , .. AL Kgs le , I f x 4-,..N-,LQ ' 1 va BIG IN DIGNITY v A wi af '45 ,Xav- w , 2 S ,dm E ,J 1 -we 40 SMALL I SIZE Uliru MW M ' u -'15-a '495'w'X' - .9 .A , . , ..,,vfv. , ,N A X .X , ,, 4 KW.: V ,. H' 44 . ,tx ,4 ,U I.. f 1.-1 ,gf- ' Jr, ,.,4 1' M4 . ,, M t , new , I H-, 1 f f 'v ,www-4-4. I -0--... mx- ff ,..n- ,.v- v""" 3' . v ' , I-, ,, ..: . MMV- aw Y .iw K if ? 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A native of Hazelhurst, Mississippi, Miss Thomas graduated from Parrish High School in Hazelhurst. She received her bachelor's degree from Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi, and was a doctoral candidate at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois. For the past ten years, she taught English composition and world literature. She also served in a variety of other capacities at Utica junior College, including sponsor of the Dramatics Club. At an early age, she joined the Temple Church of Christ Holiness, U.S.A. She also worked faithfully in the church and administered a continuous musical ministry until her death. Her survivors include one daughter, Ursula, her father and mother, Ben and Alma T homasg one brother, Benny, and five sisters, Margaret, Caroline, Verlee, Sophronia, and Eloise, and a countless number of loving relatives, friends, and co-workers. V'-1. rw... 1 in i . 1 ,mi at bfi 14 32 . ,L v a, . Q .saga if T 55315 :aw cf .'i - -x i '2g'Ig,'E' is ,?'5sf'.yn ???f'F7?iiL??f ,IW Mr. 81 Miss Thespian Larry johnson 84 Linda Divinity ., , Q 16" uv 13, K .. , 4 I 3. I 4- - AE- ! if 4 'E X "' X , , "N4""' "Nm 9 l af T 'Wi' W ii-X 'N Mr. 8: Miss Special Services George Thomas 84 Mollie Hicks K , -...-.--11a-LQ. he-1:- "I-1-anna-.?h ' n-.,-,L ,4 'Q my fs.. I 4 A j, " i .V IH' W, SPECIAL SERVICES ar m xg., is l ,W-Awfi ,- The purpose of this organization is to promote and encourage interest in cultural events, high moral values, a sense of self-worth and a desire for academic achievement. To promote a menus of creating better communication among faculty, students and the community. Membership shall consist of those students enrolled in the Student Special Services Program and those who meet the federal guidelines. j.C. Gaines, PRESIDENT, Donna Scott, VICE-PRESIDENT, Lois Ellis, SECRETARYQ Valeria Taylor, ASSISTANT SECRETARY, and Diane Dixon, TREASURER Branch, Lila Brent, Theresa jackson, Faye jones, jennifer Pickering. Caroline Sanders, Kimla Scott, Donna Shelby, Debra Stewart, Debra Brown, joseph Clay, Anthony Clay, Frank Cubit, Annette Dixon, Diane Ellis, Lois Ellis, joyce Taylor, Valerie Thomas, George Tillman, Valerie Walley, Marsha Webbs, Debra Mrs. Maude jordan Evans, Sharon Floyd, Andrew Gaines,j.C. Hicks, Mollie Hill, Sharon Holden, Gladys Ms. Rosetta Young ADVISORS 45 -s, f if I, J . W A K it il 1' "' ' C ' A S V f 5 'V 7 15 L , ' , .! ,"', ?"- ..,Jfs it 5 . - Q. V X- 4' sw ...ff gwff. .X-xr-T. ff' ':,,. ,,,3F""'x -T . ,fiifff ' mg .A Jai.: , 'Sn r - X q..,v,,:1.-,wt gf . Yell 4,0 , . s .M-' J, y' . ' . - ' :Y 5, 'V .- f, , 'E 4 hx f in H V . . E tra E. 1 .- -fs H s V A t N Q New ,AQ sf s-- at .. , ' - - ff -- -. A-, -p as , ., Q -suv 4 J, e ' A , 'J E W. 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P .1 4 vu' qt. - ' swag! kit, c L-. , V , I. mf at ,, my s i via: q, K N gk! 5 A' - 7 -fbwgx ef-'-my 'vin' IW" ,Y-5 ,,.- 1' 3 - n 'fc' ', nfwivlii: .5 -JI . ,P If 'S'-. g- -'Q' ' n',' 1, -5 -'fn '. ' -1 " Q1 ,3",'- Q ' ',, -W illu, Q ' v . 1, 1 Q 4' If I " , , 1 I 1 - hs. " x 1 - 4 . 1 2, , w - ' 1 1 -. -dk, M- .-Q ' fr '.,. fide - -na. , :Q f, an .. gr, - - Q .- - L rs,-W' Y ., 5 .. - -aa' .-' Iliff """.'.., 4-. .Q -' " u Y ,' 1,1 'J U "1l".'l'T 'I '2' I X - 5 'T ' -A, . lf5:"' ik' -- fi" '4- Rosie Vance T W PRESIDENT Evelyn Hunter if Samantha Franklin SECRETARY Robbie Maxie ASSISTANT SECRETARY Evelyn Hunter TREASURER Paris Younger HISTORIAN Jacqueline O'QUiHH PARLIAMEN- TARIAN Robert Brown Pamela Jones Kimberely Lynch Robbie Maxie Pearlie Miller auf Patricia Myles Jacqueline O'Quinn EM Vanessa Payne Arvella Rankin Angelia Robinson J Georgia Robinson Deborah Smith Deborah Tucker Patricia Turner Vonda Cook Rosie Vance Q Eaye Cornelius Ethel Edwards Samantha Franklin Janice Walker Tony Wiggins Kathy Wilder Aaron Wynn Paris Younger Jacqueline serves as an apprentice Beverly Gohlar Photographer' Gloria Harper 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 those qualities that make for a successful citizen professionally and socially. 44 iw' Mrs. 8: Miss Phi Beta Lambda Tony Wiggins 84 Georgia Robinson 5 fy, ,v if i 'I 'V Q 4 2 'ilk 'pg l if if Ll I Y W ,Y 5 5 X . M H -. Mr. 8: Miss Chess SA Franklin Clay 84 Angela Robinson -ll 'si' ' 1 john Young, PRESIDENTg Larry Walton, A A I, 1 VICE-PRESIDENT, Franklin Clay, SECRE- x X 'g , ' '- TARYQ C.W. Anderson, TREASURER, Stanle ' , I l Price, BUSINESS MANAGER: Ollie Hampton, Melvin Watts, Charles Wiggins, Dr.j.E. Powers, CHESS CLUB ADVISOR' , S , , I , 3 2 3 1 l f 3 S L b i 1 . -'q -"1 g fi' W f "7"f - ni X X 'Q K Mr. 8a Miss Human Service Clifford Daniels 81 Beverly jackson Joyce Wilson, PRESIDENTQ Mollie Hicks, VICE-PRESIDENT, Beverly jackson, SECRE- TAR g .C. G ' , REPORTERg M. Ch' Tanngi, lREASaITRER and ADVISOR? 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N? ,.-Pr ., fi In-1 fear., f f M J I-' ,Q ,U fy , . 1, 'wiv f-, ,-,1 -, - .f ,af - , 4 '14, 4' , ,L+ na Q, ' 3 t E4 . 1 I 1, . . , . Jw -J 2 , L "z , J,,,, , .sittlva-. Q.. , -,. Av- ,j,1.f,1 frvrfh- 4 , , ,4 .1,f.f , K, fx? f - . ' . Q - I , 1 I, - 6 rw-tr' 'i"'3Yv 'r 5 fgiigf, .T ,lf giuf'-'yah 1, -1 M' 11117,-9' ' tf,'w,.' I ,. ya , vfHy5s, . , ,- ' ' ff' Q '. 44 57.1 We 'I 4 iv-w gf- Ugg f ,iq-V '. -, -f 4 ' X V, A, rv, ft 1 ,V - I .3 'I . "' .' " VLH! w? 12-2.1-J': 9 ' 1 '4 ". 'hcl " .. ..vf7"'.r ' I if if rf'i.w'1 ' ,II la -'la QR. - ' -rms ,X-P . 1 L Mary Washington, PRESIDENTg Velma Barber, VICE-PRESIDENT, Rosie Spates, SECRE- TARY, Alethajones, FINANCIAL SECRETARYQ Rhonda Richardson, TREASURERg Deb- orah Lee, CHAPLAINQ Lisa Champion, SGT. AT ARM, Monocia Moore, REPORTERQ Quidajones BUSINESS MANAGER: Mrs. Ida Thomas 81 Mrs. Willie Burnley, ADVISORS 46 Maria Adams Princess Buck james Butler Lisa Champion Sylvia Haynes Gloria jimerson Bertha jones Penny johnson Deborah Lee Betty Matthews Monica Moore Dirdera Neal Marcellus Nichols Loretta Noel Ruth Pollard Betty Robinson Emma Sims Rosie Spates Mary Washington Donnie Williams Regina Anderson Wynetta Barfield Barbara Brunley Velma Barber Bobbie Catchings Rhonda Coleman Regina Collier Ester Hart Quida jones Sandra Lewis Yolanda McKinnis Lillie Quinn Betty Rainey Rhonda Richardson janice Smith janis White Wanda Gibson johnnie Tolliver Aletha jones 1 55" Lg y my LJ , if ,Q if I ff I Mr. 8: Miss Cosmetology Robert Kirkland 8: Gloria jimerson TOLOGY l :My A V, ri 'Il 1 9 ,ii 1541 TU uf-1: e- r fd FN ff W' I "I 5.4 'g ' 'ws lf faifil' 15, xg ,s '- jfrpwsl , I ,HQSBIITQMQ fffx- ' 25: Q" - , , :V -JEQ -Q , r J r , "ffQ'5f- 'nliji -'-1145! rv ' r , f 1 ,- I ' ' , ' ' s . 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Q I N , b 'In Miss Phi Theta Kappa gl 1 jan Stokes ...p 'N 1, ' -f f, Loretta Wiggins, PRESIDENT: Sa- , - , ,- 72 mantha Franklin, SECRETARYg I 1 A, ',a1 'Y W 5 Tammie Griffin, BUSINESS I I S' f 'Q I MANAGERQ Brenda Claiborne, ASSISTANT SECRETARYH Carrie jones 84 Earnestine Broome. PHI THETA KAPPA wf ,A aa 1' L 48 DANIEL H. WILLIAMS SCIENCE CLUB are H W if , , , ,J M4554 ' A I - :1 -' f' 'f xl V-'gflgxwa Q as ima: ' -'He-ix X T WWC'-.,. "?iEw.aiMx'T:-.m' ' , s if Q,-wif 2 it Ari' " f -'X if if-,S fp. Jr S . - 1 ,. - "f" ' Q 1,-4, , -'V ,,,-fvwvis fd I f 'ff ,' ' , 'Q fu 1, 9 ' ' , f , K : V,-vdf, 1 4-' ,J ' , :Q Y . . :- . , x 122 4 s. - - - fi if! thin? e- 1 - , 1' . 4 , Y, u- . . ,, ' ,i.r"!i' . ' 1 6 . I 1 , by . .., 4 " I 4 , ' - ve' Siva J, 1 'J' Q, "5f?Qff A X I A 1, , . , M y V ,W ,Q ' 'ij at t QA, , - g A -,Q 5 'f '52, X , 3' ' , ,--I "P'?J,., W ' I J,..5fe qwffg M 'fax ha j'9x'xT't ,. 'gn " , . 'if , ' MK 1 1 ' ' , M A . it , LM " .2 ., at . . , 4- - , f . ,f 3 .. 42 64: t -if - 'ff' . l a--an-rid.. V5-K Y- 'Qt'-V-v 27 -Fw4Af61s':'g'5'5'K "'f.'Sa-ngh .n'i'f:..fY.4 Q.. The science club is deisgned to develop creative thinking and an appreciation for the aesthetic value of science in relation to everyday life. It also assists in developing scientifi- cally sound minds. Mitchell Hyder PRESIDENT Emmett Caster VICE-PRESIDENT Bessie Gilmore SECRETARY Debra Wilson ASSISTANT SECRETARY Adams, Theresa M. Allen, Tyrone Asefaw, Mahary Banks, Maxine Brooks, Kim Burton, Connie Mae Callahan, Kathy Carter, johnny Caston, Emmett Chavis, Yolanda Coleman, Robert Cornelius, Walter Covington, Mesheila A. Dixon, Diana Dottley, Timothy Ford, Sandra Frazier, Brenda Frazier, Helen Marie Frazier, Lisa Gary, Arnold Gibson, Inez M. Gilmore, Bessie Grayer, Donnell Griffin, Ola Mae Hicks, Mollie Hunt, Jacqueline Hyder, Mitchell james Shirley Baker johnson, Pamela johnson, Stanley jones, Craig Kelly, Thelma Lucus, Evette Luster,joe Matthew, Valerie McGee, Margaret McGee, Patricia Mitchell, Mike Morris, Adrienne Murphy, Betty Murriel, Debra Parker, jimmy Pickering, Caroline Pittman, Dina Porter, Samuel Lee Roach, Willie Mae Robinson, Dorothy Rainey, Cathy Seaton, Shannon Stevens, janifer Sutton, Pamela Terrell, Frances Thompson, Eanda Triplett, Edna Tyler, Rob Wildes, Rufus Williams, Barbara Williams, Darren Williams, Debra Ann Wilson, Deborah Wilson, Diane 1 1 I wfryg ggi -'k' :J X v I ,Q , ,g g N'f"'wq fx, , I ig, yi 9 f . , F ,,. .. .., s .. ,.f .. , I 5 r -H.-V-ia... V ... 4... , ,..,.. ,..,. ...., W, M V- M ... .- .... . mb... M W ,....4... ' ' ' M fffl. ffl " " f ... . ,, . .,-., .T.... . ,, -, AT- 1....,..y ,-., ,Q "?'N....i 'sr He' 'N Q-Q--f AQPi , Ron Miller President Clyde Coleman i Vice-President 1 Walter Cornelius I joseph jarrett E Chemmenol justice Ronald Miller l Daryale Simmons 5 Allison Star Stepter I William Weather l l I l l I l l 1 I l, -P 1 l i l i MLQMMAQH Rickie Gordon 84 Dayon Issac C phvfkx 1. Carsanthia Hughes SWEETHEART PRESIDENT Brenda Claiborne SWEETHEART VICE PRESIDENT Lisa Abrim Earnestine Broome Farlene Brown Yolanda Chavis Brenda Claiborne Savanna Fleming Cynthia Green Caranthia Hughes Dayon Issac Robbie Maxie Andrea McCurtis Verna McGraw Angela Robinson Georgia Robinson Sonya Williams LIBRARY CLUB 9 9 E ' z gg 65' ,if V if .fa 0 .fa . 11- Michael Green, PRESIDENT, Emmett Caston, VICE-PRESIDENT, Kimberly Brooks, SECRETARY, Ronald Mack, BUSINESS MANAGER, Melvin Callahan, CHAPLAINQ Robert Brown, Fay Cornelius, Lynda Divinity, Ethel Edwards, Tracy Gregory, Mildred jackson, Angela Spruille, Deborah Tucker, Barbara Williams, Ms. Alma Fisher, Mrs. Annie Harper 8: Mrs. Theresa Akbar, ADVISORS The William H. Holtzclaw Library Club was established to provide students X the opportunity to become more familiar with the broad spectrum of learning resources that are available. Members also deliver library services to those who can not come to the building. And plan and execute activities that will depict the function of the learning resource center. . ,S x Q5 a '2 5' T5 L, el iw il li L ii 9 l ,X s Lf! Reading is a hobby for Roosevelt and Mike. Finding the right books is Mr. 8: Miss Library equally as important. Emmett Caston 8: Kimberly Brooks 50 NEWSPAPER STAFF .,,. , . l Jw " L... lli My i l l .4 ' . 1.5, x . , xi: ' l ll ' .'i'v li his . 'J' KX Q It-r T' l llux ylrlah C 1 S. - S, fig, 1 ll? K r H' Miss Maroon 8: Gold Flash Pamela Sutton y I rlgiu-'1.:oi243.:s N l , . . I l , 1 'Q na' MQ' cfs Y--4 ""l" mf' Working on the school newspaper offers students an opportunity to acquire and develop skills in journalism. The editorial staff of the Maroon 81 Gold Flash is made up of students selected by other newspaper staff members. Maroon 5 Gola' Flash Staff EDITOR, Antoinette Ranking CO-EDITOR, joseph Wilcherg SPORTS EDI- TORS, Reginald jackson and jan Stokesg REPORTERS, Taressa Clark, Franklin Clay, Cathy Rainey, and Pamela Suttong TYPIST, Lisa Abrong PHOTOGRA- PHER, Robert Andersong ADVISORS, Bessie Cole Brown, and Willie M. Ealey. The Maroon 8: Gold Flash is a monthly publication by the students of Utica Campus. 51 The Vocational Industrial Clubs of America seek to unite. Efforts are made to promote high standards in trade ethics, workmanship, A scholarship and safety to foster a deep respect for the dignity of work. 9'ff.2'f'.". V. .M is ,QR7 if Y., mn'- VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUBS OF AMERICA joseph Parrett, PRESIDENT Henry Lowe, VICE-PRESIDENT Sonya L. Wells, Secretary Michael Sims, Treasurer Frank jones, Parliamentarian Atkinson, Willie Barnes, George Brandon, Dester Burns, Percy Burrell, james Clay, Anthony Copeland, james Daniel, Vernell Dixion, Christopher Donerson, j.W. Floyd, Jerome Gray, janet Green, Robert Hill, Hoseph Hill, Shelly johnson, j.D. King, Dennis Mackey, Patrick May, Sherman Pinkston, Walton Rayborn, Patrick Rogers, Carolyn Ross, Patrick Sibbie, Danny Stepter, Allison Taylor, Alphonso Thomas, Derick Tisdale, Donnie Walker, George Warfield, Rodney Washington, james ,M Whitehead, Brenda Williams, Earnest Wilson, Alonzo Wilson, Eric PASTE CLUB "'-32. Y The PASTE CPreschool Association for Students, Teachers and Educatorsj Club encourages leadership and participation in school activities. It further works to improve the health and educational standards for group care of children. Membership is open to all child care majors. PASTE advisors are Mrs. Freddie jackson and Ms Marilyn Binion. Constance Harris PRESIDENT Audrey Lee VICE-PRESIDENT Ida Hobson SECRETARY Cynthia Washington ASSISTANT SECRETARY Pamela Pope TREASURER Eleanor Vincent REPORTER Brenda Adams Clara Banks Donna Brown Annette Cubit Sharon Evans Mr at Miss PASTE Vema Goldsbeffy Constance Harris Delphnne Henry Charlotte Hill Ida Hobson Audrey Lee Judy R. McBride Osby Miles Davietta Moore Regina Percy Pamela Pope Elvis Scarborough Debra Shelby Angela Spruille Doris Stamps Valerie Taylor Dorothy Tory Eleanor Vincent Sandra Walker .Jeanette Wallace Cynthia Washington Lealer Wiggins Sharon Williams f X .wh CAMPUS MINISTRY The Campus Ministry is the interdenominational involvement of students faculty the community and the church institutions seeking to cultivate human religious growth in higher education. President Lena Davis Vice President-Mary Leonard Secretary Rachel Kelly Assistant Secretary-Patricia Ann Turner Treasurer Samual Porter Assistant Treasurer-Patricia Myles Parliamentarian-Sonya Younger Chaplain Mahary Asefaw Vice Chaplain-Aletha Wilson Advisors Mrs Mary Nell Scott Mrs Amanda Hubbard Rev joseph Bartee Horace Allen Calvin Armstead Mahary Asefaw Robert Brown Melvin Callahan LaQuita Crawford Lena Davis Shirley Harrison Annie johnson Bonita Kelly Rachel Kelly Sherlene Kelly Thelma Kelly Mary Leonard Cynthia Mallard Linda Mayfield Patricia Ann Myles Sameul Lee Porter Patricia Ann Turner Kathy Wilder Barbara Williams Arleatha Wilson Dianne Wilson Gail Wreght Sonya Younger SUPPORT STAFF Ms. Ester jones Ms. Mariam Torrey Ms. Cythia Erves x f- ff 7 1, , jf ,, - ,M . ' 'r 'rw' v,-1 'A JV!-Aff f , ff ,- fa- 7 . I. I f 1 4 If -f- ,. ,....,,.- l 9 DATA PROCESSINGXCOMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB Mr. 8: Miss Data Processing Robert Brown 8: Shirley Lighter Michael Green, PRESIDENT, Robert Brown, VICE-PRESIDENTg Linda Barlow, SECRETARY, Barbara Graves, ASSISTANT SECRETARY, Ronald Mack, TREASURER,-Iacqueline Allen, Beverely Gohlar, Lisa McCadney, Charles Wiggins, Kathy Wilder. The purpose of this organization is: To promote interest, scholarships, enjoyment, and understanding of data processing and computer science among high school and junior college students. To assist members and majors in tutorial study upon request. To assist other club members while in sickness or distress and by legal and proper means elevate the moral, intellectual and social conditions of our members fl I' ' ., ., .W : , ' H- N .j,a:C,AfN,:?,rjiI . M pq I J ,E ,. ,Y A-f kr' 'f 'V ,jf fljaa , ' Q, ' 1 . A I X s, , 3'-'fi' 17 ' t .te V ,, 'ir'-.. V "" 'w '3 " ' ' ' x nn sf ' ' 5 .-Q! .4 ..., .,., xl A : ij R 4 . LX, A ' V5 " ' Y 'Nr' j j 1 , Y l x 55 CONCERT CHOIR i The college choir participates in vocal musical programs on and off campus throughout the year. The choir also actively participates in Opera South. Membership in the choir is determined by auditions Ralpha Russell Clayton Brown .......... Claudia Seaton .......... Flora Bridges ......... Andres Taylor ........ Tyrone Allen Regina Anderson Flora Bridges Clayton Brown Tarassa Clark Timothy Dottley Sonia Ford Beverly Gohler Esther Hart Alethea jones Clarisse jones Bonita Kelly Thelma Kelly -...ss Gwendolyn Lacey Steven Mack Jimmy Parker joseph Parrett Sameul Porter Betty Rainey Keith Redmond Kevin Russell Ralph Russell Claudia Seaton Alnetter Smith Doris Stamps Andrea Taylor jennifer Turner M .E .N . . M.E.N.C. is the professional association for music educators at Utica junior College. Membership in the campus organization is open to any student interested in teaching music. Members are provided opportunities for personal 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. Kevin Scott Russell ........ .............. P resident Ralph Russell ............. ............. V ice-President Sarah Graves ......... ....... S ecretaryffreasurer Keith Redmond ...... ....... B usiness Manager jennifer Turner Tarassa Clark Ronald Hicks ' , wg, ni, xg? fm , . . , - ' - X M, tt: 't',5fF!-" , ,'E. g, . t, -... , nf!" JL-I 57 -qv- ,USHER CLUB ,, ,, ,- vi 1' 'fc 1' Diane Dixon, PRESIDENT, Gloria Harper, VICE-PRESIDENT: Samantha Franklin, D SECRETARYfTREASURERg Earnestine Broom, Grace Harper, Annie johnson, ' ' Carrie jones, Thelma Kelly, Delois Knight, Cynthia Mallard, Robbie Maxie, Patricia 1' Myles, jan Stokes, Wanda Thompson, Valerie Tillman, Patricia Turner, Aretha Wilson, Dianne Wilson, joyce Wilson, Mrs. Monocia Daniels, ADVISOR. ,1 , W ,, ilf""'V'. V L" f.'.afff 7 fav'-5 i' 'V f .L L 1-li' 1 4 if ' 3 , lww - i ' L, , ' fx . Q A y E A Gr 4 .wo ., M ' 1 E, .,., i n Q 'ii W, 3 v s- ' at J' f ,L . 1, , K 'Pa ffl -1 at if ,332 ' sfyf' 4, ' .u. ff ' . if, afymf 11.1 .I , , ,,,, ,- Adi Debra relaxes after assisting with serving over 250 guest during the Thanksgiving Miss Usher dinner. Kathy Rainey 58 1 uf' Y A CHEERLEADERS .. --., - ' ,ll ,W . -, 3 - .... Qi' I Yo V --vw "l"'T AY Y if wer 1.4 -?r- "gf Wil i 4' ' ,,':, ' ,, 1 Sig, A !S,,,,., 1 1 ' ri lil - 4,5 -1 lj X i it: 2 35:4 H K 3 X X ., . r- E ld"-Q ggi l 'll ' fam-N , 1 ' 7:i3,-- .ass may-JJ W C G , A r. l ,y 1, M sw . - y ,, P W Mi W l in . - .' i X .jug-y.,g , I , l r AFZFWN- 7 'E 4 f B e- A--A , 5 ,,Q..' lv 46 ,.i,4-14 i P l r 9 a l i Q E 1y,f.j.4v K' 'Nm i ,ff X 1' M 9 el fda N 'Hrs I l X-'ff ' Q ,., , W r I ' T Ar WI 1 Y 11 I I . C al ggi., iw , , ,V .4"i 'f ei 72?-f A' la JW? Ei? R Z I Miss Cheerleader Cheerleaders perform during game half-time. Robbie Maxie LaTonja Shears, PRESIDENT, Rosie Terry, VICE-PRESIDENTgjar1 Stokes, SECRETARYQ Earnestine Broome, TREASURER, Barbara Graves, PARLIAMENTARIANg Vernell Daniels, Dayon Issaac, jackie jones, Shirley Lighter, Cynthia Ford, Mrs. Bobbie Mason, ADVISOR. 59 UNE-ZLIMEHQ Wmfpqvkr wiww 'rfb-me K x 1-K wa i ,' 2 , W , 3 ff, ,,,,AA.:,M,t ,..,.....-.WWE QQ LLLELFLISD , ,, , x, .k. 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'V 2.1, ' ' 1' . ff, ,ff:c"A Awp.if.3Y , V , -, " - ' f ,gg V ., ,,,,j,-ZHVJ, I EVM, I , , r V 5 - ,zjw fag,-,V,4kM,V. , . , , A. , , .A -A M. M Demetrius relaxes with an afternoon game of tennis. He claims it prepares him for total concentration. 62 ,.Ql-". I ,ng QM new-""" V55 . .52-,K H ff ' . Q , W- '-4 3 ' 'N,'Zv- R . a 4 va,-gs .lo-e34N?'f,l S. gk Q s, 1-'tk-Q x 4- I it JA sl .L 5. 'F' w""1'5:??i" fir. '5"?v'sw .ash a'a'e.4'A 7' ,, ,,, ,i ,N rv " "' ' usjga Ax . , 1 ' "' x 2 X ' X . ' X y' .,.x.!."t.t ma 0, su 995'-1 A Rx N ! 95.9 -S .M 'Q Tyrone practices his swings, Sonya looks to win the tie-breaker. Demetrius practices his serve. 63 KEEPING THE TRADITION . . . WINNING The team enjoys an afternoon game of tennis. fix-my '41,-s A - 4,2 WWW 'xiii' R E!!! . " 'Pl N315 ..e .wif px - A ? ' -51, 4' ,,:.3 f'- ' Qing Q A V:- If-22? " W'-T j ffjirf? fi' ' 111- 5515537 1-14-'wiki ,SmgEQw5? , 'T' ,g ff ,-W Yifw' 2 - ' -L , Hi: , , .X '. N.g,53,,5iygg?f?l3w.Q.2v. , x, Q' 9, Q , KN: 4 U , ff .AQLXQI V fi ,iykfgtr . . tj.. jiri ,NL 4 x sy, W5 f"' l? 2, QT'e?I'4'3'5! Affwi f ,M ,VKX MQQW -W M-"2 QQMNY. " lvvnmlikv, 65 .-4. LADY BU LLDOGS Q MVS Tv ,T 4. .' El' , 'I - we 1' 2, me fl l 2 Name Cynthia Green Debra Lee Linda Lee Marcellus Nichlos Lisa Abron Pam Allen Carrie jones Clora Banks Beulah Leggins Rochelle Henderson Head Coach: Lester Owens Q. A ,- F A?-T' .2 TEAM RUSTER HEIGHT POSITION NO 5'6 G 3 s'9 F 10 5'10 F 22 5'11 c 23 5'11 F 24 5'6 G 4 57 G 21 5'1o 1f2 F 25 6'1 F 34 5'l1 C 20 Managers: Lou Ellen Lewis 8a Demetrius Bryant HOMETOWN Vidala, La Brookhaven, Ms. Vicksburg, Ms. Edwards, Ms. Vidala, La. jackson, Ms. Edwards, Ms. Port Gibson, Ms Delhi, La. Bolton, Ms. A w-QA4., , , PLAY BALL! Carrie finds the open hole and shoots for two. rf 1 N Q --v' ij -is Li Q n--- Clora prepares to throw the ball in. No one was able to stop ehn., 68 The Lady Bulldogs 'T H . M Marcellus shoots and adds two more points to the board. ,,mvf"""vwnw js ffff e K ff' Ni After capturing the rebound, Q in Linda shoots ar Q39 - . M... Lt n-up mul- wvgqi i f i ' U. If s , s NX ' iff e ,xr Q was K A 'if for the win. Lisa shoots for a game high of twenty points 69 Scenes from the rumble at Raymond "s'in-9-uv' Debra passes off to Rochelle. Beulah and Debra dominate the ball and the board. 'N I 2 x N X . ,WMS aw in Q-M :S ff!! S fi 'o pr:-gifs W 5 1.19541 ' 1 in M X2 ww QQ: 5-ve 'Q f +2 fi ,. . ,. ' 7 . L' . is , f V 9 5 A 4' if , . b 4. e ! 5 G s Q ', 15.11 K 4 I Again the Bulldogs surface to the TOP 1 , Xxx, -.2 www'-'yy Carrie fakes and shoots ,J -- Zvi ,..p3lIf.w11' V ' I ' m efnn, MN for two. Carrie, Linda and Clora is having a field day faking out the Eagles ali" IL.. X 'wp' . 4... BASEBALL TEAM A.. an ,ijt 0-'las-NJ - A " ' www", I V, 1-Q? " , ,A - , , S ,, FEBRUARY Date Opponent 16 jackson State 19 East Mississippi 20 Meridian 23 MS Gulf Coast 24 MS Gulf Coast 26 Clark College 28 Meridian 2 MS Gulf Coast 4 Hinds 6 Clark College 7 East Mississippi 9 jones 10 Delgado 11 Delgado 12 Stout State 13 Kishwaukee 14 Culver Stockton 16 Chalmette 18 Delgado 19 East Central 21 Hinds 23 Co-Lin 25 Southwest 27 Pearl River 28 Waubonsee 30 MS Gulf Coast 2 Hinds 4 jones 6 Chalmette 9 East Central 13 Co-Lin 16 Southwest 20 Pearl River 26 Division Series 27 Division Series MAY 3 State Playoff 4 Stare Playoff 16 Regions NjCAA 17 Regions NjCAA 72 s 53 1 ' ,1 vi. . N 'H :Ei an v Y es sf... ,W in ' xi 3 'N Q 4 . 8 .N K S Y. VW? Qi, I. - .j ' ' ,C fyximwgv ,. A t"0."' A I "'Sllf1 ' ' ' , . f- ... , K, . I I 'ils' Y Al Q ., V X ,sa Vi, 0 W i - y , ,kg 1 L Nm: ,., 0-gg,,'Aea"". Baseball Schedule RQSTER 1985 NAME CLASS POSITION HOME-TOWN HT Location yf of Games Time Horace Allen Soph. Catcher Vicksburg,MS 5'10 Jackson' MS 2 1:00 p.m Kenny McMillian Soph. Catcher Gary, Ind. 5'10 Utica, 2 1:00 p.m Micheal Butler Fres. Pitcher Flora, MS 6'O ll:4e"fl'm 2 1:00 Pm Arness Dancy Fres. Pitcher Chicago, Ill. 6'O erkinston 2 5:00 p.m ' v pefkinmn 2 1:00 Pm Mark Dangerfield Fres. Pitcher Hammond, LA 5 10 gfica 5 P'm Cliffton Daniels Soph. Pitcher jackson, MS 6'1 tica z p.m , , Howard Farmer Soph. Pitcher Gary, IN 6 2 Eefkinsfon 5 11: P-m Randy Ferguson Fres. Pitcher Des Moines, IA 6'O IIC I . . Nevfwn Z 1:00 SZ. Fredrick jeter Fres. Pitcher Carlisle, SC 5'11 5C00l?2 2 1100 Pm- Ronald Miller Soph. Pitcher Gary, IN 6'O Exvgileans, LA 5 Gary Brown Fres. Infielder jackson, MS 5:10 New Orleans, LA 1 1:00 p.m Edwin Clark Fres. Infielder Fary, Ill. 5 10 3 tmp: Tommy Gross Soph. Infielder jackson, MS 5'11 Um 2 1200 Eddie johnson Soph. Infielder jackson, MS 6'O 3003 Z Iii?-m Roosevelt McCoy Soph. Infielder Chicago, IL 5'10 tica 2 .m. , Un a 2 1,00 I Dwayne Marshall Fres. Infielder Chicago, IL 5'10 MScC0llfgf- Climofl 1 7100 lj-:L Kelvin Murphy Soph. Infielder Chicago, IL 5'10 gsflinm 5 S Marvel Wilson Soph. Infielder Canton, MS 6'O Poplarville 2 1:00 p.m Ronnell Daniels Soph. Outfielder Gary, ID 6'O 5 lf: 5: Gurone Haywood Fres. Outfielder Chicago, IL 6'O l ' Robert Liddell Fres. Outfielder jackson, MS 5'9 Qjijond 5 SZ Roderick Morris Fres. Outfielder Hammond, LA 5'9 Chalmerte, LA 2 lglxj Pim Andre Russell Soph. Outfielder jackson, MS 5'9 DMN' 2 1100 Pm' Andre Wells Fres. Outfielder Yazoo, MS 5'9 Wesson 2 1:00 p.m. , , Um, 2 ,200 Pm Avery Graham Fres. Pitcher Greensboro, NC 6 2 gg? 2 1100 P-m Daryl Hudson Fres. Infielder Gary, IN 5'9 TBA Managers: Clyde Coleman TBA Avery Mason TBA TBA TBA 1984 DISTRICT IV CHAMPIONS PIT CHERS Front row left to right: Cliff Daniels, Randall Ferguson, Arness Dancy, Fre- drick-Ieter, Michael Butler, Mark Dan- gerfield, Coach Richard Porter, Avery Graham, Danyale Simmons, Howard Farmer, and Ronald Miller INFIELDERS Standing: Eddie johnson, Tommy Gross, Kelvin Murphy, Dwayne Mar- shall, Edwin Clark, Roosevelt McCoy, Marvel Wilson, and Darryl Hudson. kneeling: Horace Allen, Kenneth McMillian OU TFIELDERS Standing: Dennis Wilson, Avery Gra- ham, Ronnell Daniels, Gurome Haywood. Kneeling: Andre Wells, Andre Russell, Robert Liddell, Roderick Morris. 73 4' 'C ,,. few in is A ,ff a .ww 5,522 ia if Tiff? Q a sag-RQ 2 12" :A . ef gin' g,.fv35i?gkR M 5 .3 - A .Q i2g?3"Mf.5ig f ig., o " i he if N, L?.,,.i I 'KRW 1 4 Yrgffflig his gd gg"'.QN!'.,'i5 ,QA ig'-Q .Q 1 ,I if 1 l , y ', L v 'f r 2 i J if? 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'iii' - ' , 3 1 x 1 Tommy Gross short-stop, Machine Shop Ronnell Daniels outfielder, all-conference, all-american Physical Education Kevin Murphy third-base, Media Technology in -1 J' sw- M52 1413, 51325 W rf. 1-. , r . A X' " " ' pl- any s 9 . , Q .ca-at , , WM Q ww , , -i ,,.,. I CM ' ' 2. I , ,.,.v - ,. . 4" 35,42 i . Wqfy3g,ys,,,,, F4-if .,,., if X, ,Qw- Q , 2.-my., 1. .z fc, t W f i X, 39-F221 'Sf .4 13? 6 , 55 it , I ' Vx, at 2 , 4 X 9' I wg, X3 " ' ' "" 1 , ,. , ..., ,W -., U--F-,.,.. H 1 f.b?"s, aim,-cm e'f"'s'Mff"f'Y2e-str mmwwnmawrwmzwaam., .S ,, .V Marvel Wilson first-base, Auto Body Eddie johnson third-base, Welding Randall Ferguson pitcher, Law Enforcement 1 ,, ,. ff J. ffiggggg i.i.i aqui- -ii Andre Russell Outfielder, Business Administration Roderick Morris Outfielder, Business Administration 4 . """ih ...Lv U fbwpi. ,IJ i ' I K 5 5 . V' ,I ., gy L. L 3 Q. I .itl XVL' . Svtzm I PJ L - AP' lb f px.. y -?'5l"":"!' 'v 'kwa--.. -1-nk' F A A A V is A ' ' '85 " I Howard Farmer Ronald Miller Pitcher, Business Administration Pitcher, Business Administration 1st round-Toronto Blue Jays v 5 'X lg 1 1 ' . ...Jx R af? 8 A Mr. Rick Porter, assistant coach 8: Mr. George McQuitter, head coach. Coach George McQuitter has become the - P district championships within the past four years C1981, 1982, 19845 most victorious baseball coach in Utica's history With his leadership the bulldogs have ca tured three During his career thirteen C135 players were drafted or signed to professional teams. 75 MEN BULLDOG X .X 8 --Q Name Tommy james jammie johnson jimmie johnson Donald jones Archie Lawson Theodore Ollie Elvis Scarboroug Shefrie Staples Daryl Wesley Micheal White Oliver White Tommy E. Williams Ntnnvf' .k.....- Q-f ,,,,,.,.,.. ... .... a- .. 'MM A- "" TT' '26 V .,. I...- yw M- , ,.-M. .. Ni ig, - Fuji was f . ,ff Q-'tis -. 1 5- A is -5, .9 -M i- be . 'Numan if Waaassvj XY Y 'Ui cw msn-.....,.. X- NXTTTN -1 ga v V Q. .. V QS: 95'-5-59 1 . TEAM ROSTER joe Nelson, Atheletic Director 8: Men Basketball Coach Robert Strong, Assistant Men Basketball Coach Managers: Bettye Lee 8: Reginald jackson HT. WT. 6'4" 187 6'6" 194 6'5" 192 5'6" 137 6'5" 198 6'4" 190 6'2" 173 6'6" 220 6'10" 210 5'1O" 170 6'5" 185 6'1" 185 Q.. X .Nags Kiss i 2, HOMETOWN Monroe, La jackson, Ms. jackson, Ms. Monroe, La. Monroe, La. Flora, Ms. St. Thomas, V.I. Vicksburg, Ms. Orlando, Fla. Vicks burg, Ms. jackson Ms. Raymond, Ms. aw. W '84,-w t V f 1 , Q 5 .M N I ,li l ge R lf 1 fA' ll l i ff' T' gl 1 K, .I A.,g - . 'N sy f 1 8 K . ,IW x Q l-v-7----- ,. t X Biz' ww 'L ""isl.q-L.:,gw:f.r' -ij-M1 'Y ' Tommy fakes and passes to Daryl who shoots for a two pt. play. 38 'lpyifit " to af., i1 l 2213, V , lllalletz 'E 4 VX' Lai bfzlbll li k 33 Oliver shoots for two points. Donald goes in for an easy lay up. 77 They tried with all their might- -. X wr: ,., x Q. Q . ,..,, A - 1' ' . NW '-af V . " 'EW' .- H 4 4 Ss f ':- Qi - . . Q.,. ' H '95-"A -'lad V X X 'gxuv - ...f 1' ,, ' ,- ' 4 f :F mmm . .Qwwfwxww fn ,get 'VkwX'Q"wX W, N K M-N . X5 Y 3, X X X X N NU? X X up N XFX . ' Q -:fx - -. my-,Q --Q., X x t N 5,7 Q ,g 'wa f X M Aw , YM' ,, 3 , ' A ,, ay' 3' on fi x 1 1 X 2 ff A . tiff 5 ff , ., t .., . 'Z ZZ J fl at , f 4 ff, Waftv 5' Qvlifg viii? 3 'V .1 78 Q., N , ..,. 5 Q- ,. -K A :S 6 'Q 'Y S ,i f -' , :S Thx .3 ' Q f X , sf? - K H .3 A 5 .:- if wha, Y. 5 4 5 - 4 M Q . Ns x -. . 1' QQ. . - say - tj it X ww xx .,X. , 6. Q K V N ,,, Z , , , ,A "I To stop the mighty-UTICA B LLDOGS! M154 Everybody's doing the latest dance called the BIRD, Micheal takes advantage of the situation and goes up for a two pt play. -2 QUC4 5 1 E, Archie shoots for two as Daryl prepares to rebound. Theodore lends a two pt assist. QV' 1. ' is 7, i ,qi 8,1 l K -. , 'xi p Q' 5 J p. Ii V or f- X' Q A . x "1 , b tl: I V :"" :K g Q ,. i 1 4,-H Mx. , A , ' " ' .l .Q x X' FQII' - ' ' 4 .. 'x ,- - rf I 'Hmmm fZl X 2- X ' ' c ' fa rw -'vii e'. 'u 5 'QS .A.. p b vm N x' 1l."r-Ssw zsv Q 37' KQ V! , 'S Q Q , I Shefrie steals the ball, returns it to the hoop, and captures another win. 79 lgg Ili? 'O 2 x Q -5, if X t , Q sewn Two words for awesome . . . 80 Z r J . . . Archie and Jimmie 2 - 5,- Q M16 Y If """' 2' , 9 M XS... Archie goes for the loose ball and two points as Jimmie waits in the wing for the rebound. X. Os l .1 si ' 5 'Jig 4 4 Again, Archie is f I , ' , 72. ., s on the scene. Tommie waits for the steal. 7 ,fyrfnf ammie is just as awesome as twin brothenjimmie ., fl K SMALL IN SIZE ,4-41' :FF I PEOPLE ' W ' , ,,,,,, ,. W-sv V Z .f ,, , K! JN W , , ff, 93 .I H 'ti I BIG IN PRIDE I 'U I ,-.35 Q'- ,,e""' . i ix - R, 1 get 3 W -H-. x f. . IIW.. Terrance Cannon 'SIS f" f'ii 2: Ng 46 5 ii I RSERY SCHOOL .s ' I Z Z , il in , ,l Exe:-1: I f fm ,V Q. . , , . AQ .,., it M. W LZ 5 6 '.,'Ef H vw' 3. W, . 9 I- E f fii K if", i 7li'ii' i 2 Egg' Wxraisaaf J., "si 72: rf j'f'fsi'? 'f5."J,'?5i ii, fig l"i'ili Y' it v WW, is Z --1 mi slisggfffvty?-?!?3:,,fgE3,,?5y ' f. , , l . i 'iii 5553.235 'ii NAN. 4' lilxfi 5 t :la ys . ggi Y 5 I I y is ilrfff' --iffs 1 it 1.51 Xi 5 in A ' isggfstpjgg, fl r-if .Ng fre: ,, sr s..,,g55su,g,f3fi? J, + f' ffgffi' 371 I r, 1:95-I 1? S2213-, ,', Hr, f t 5 Bose Bruce, jr. I -an M ,, 'Wx ,. , i 4 .i fa yr my ' 2 i l .M :,, If I 'x'4 t Shanicqui Davis " -wt . ,. c . , JN, I fs S' , t XE ' x .-in i"" l-,. f ' - -x si T , Worth E. Haynes,jr. x A ' A 0- A 4 -11, ,, A 1 n i Alonzo jefferson 84 X , rc 1 ' 57 1- ,. . diff 1, A J li-J' - ' , ff ' fxd a Mya? cr, Diane places a star beside Julius' favorite pet. The topic of discussion is KINDS OF PETS. I -at-fix 3 +2 'i I A y ,,,., . . M . ,. at .. 3 i 1 I , if .,.. R :R : Qi Q. - -----H Y- ,I als. in L I Au X 'R 1 . K I 5 5 XX 5 I , , N if K X f ' at f I 'I - , A .ss . -- 4 A " as 4 Dorothy incorporates the numbers game into her topic of discussion-FAVORITE FRUITS. 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 colors 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 Mrs. Evans until I am old and gray Rodney Dixon :XFX - is --sg' I ' sf x ,. g,.,-------t-..X gf.,- ',k.,. . N xxfxs 'T' ' r ix J " 1 , ff X if A X If Benard Hubbard, jr. ' . ,PQ .- .V A fi ' 'f "M 'Q any . 4" u ' 2 ' x Q xy J X vp-'S' Q, K, av-,:'5,"-4-'Q :fr--'jf' -L......----"x ,- M-My Wntzzlif L,,,.n..--x--? r,...t 1 ,::':T- --f' X -. W ,u..-..f,-.,, .f A. NR .bi-fg:::::. --MVN eL1""f,,t :Img ,,,.,.-... 1 vu qjjf-'M-N.,j,'f,'-A -.sm-N.--""'t,Qj,,,.,.Tf,T-1-,'42 J-'-"" ,,.. ..,.,, ,, ,-,,'-A .,,.-.. 1l'.."'?:g---'M -.. -5311 1 --k-..... ..,-fe ,,"-"""' N V 4--,.,..- -5... A,....---'- - ,M -, A:',j,,.,,..--.M .,-....W.., -H Julius jefferson vw- in NJ. 4 IJ... t Ayanna Mattison 'Y 1 Emily Miller i a X . , -, X v , . .,. ,. 'Snr X i sf il D ,Z 1" IL- -1 , I g A Y Benardytte Robinson Bendalonne Thompson iv. iii Q fi N.. f. f-by A . 5.4, ,. wg, . CHILD CARE x. A J :H r fs .lK..,v ,QA 1, - .p . il, N, w - ,. ts.. - f' -wiv? . 1 S J SPH if ,NN-NJKX L' y , f I , NDN -, X ,X l, 5 T f f y Q' e M 1 4 - l Andrea McGee Q ix ff . f 1 I V 9 ' ' 4' V 2,1 .Y r. If ,fa e ' Vi , ,fc f I' . ai Stephen Murray, jr. ' y Wi .. 1 r 'i . ' aa g .r . N., - .Y X if 'J' ' f if' My ' '- , W. . . o "ff ww -..M.,,, :fuss . 1 U t johnny Simmons, jr. r t- t - ' ' . is v- if Q. Y. ., Q r 5. V. . .V ' ' . ji Ah-The innocence of a child V ' V Cf' in , . , 'sf am the one who always does what you ask me to ' :E 'f ze, - O9 gf! l am the one who really loves you. SWE? V N am the one who always stays clean, am the one with the bright ideas and a mind ever J., .,' 3.2 'W 4' N 'W so keen. W A-A-mmf:-'?' am your little sweetheart, at least, that is what you say, am the one who never does wrong and yet, must always pay. am the one who sometimes go into a rage, am you, mom and dad, when you were my age. 85 PRESIDENTXBOARD OF TRUSTEES T.H. Kendall, III Dr. Clyde Muse Chairman District President . Hinds County I Sharp W. Banks, jr. W.M. Moss Vice-Chairman Secretary Warren County Hinds County A.A. Alexander Hinds County Dr. john Noble Claiborne County Dale Sullivan Copiah County 'F' ' I 4 1 -il L J ,z Walter Bivins Hinds County Donald S. Oakes Warren County Dr. Michael Vinson Rankin County 1 3 fyk Z 43 k Louis Burghard D.G. Fountain Copiah County Hinds County Talmadge Portis,jr. Howard Spencer Hinds County Hinds County Frank Wilson George Wynne Claiborne County Rankin County ADM I ISTRATIO gil' Q J.. . 46 1,4 . . J' f Y 125' sr s f' 1 'SI-QI -1 ,ff 3 A ff-wvmsvm H' rf I ..? ' me ar ...f -.0 4 , 4 M' . w f ' .1425 '. if Ms. Theresa Akbar ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Mrs. Bessie Brown ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR Dr. Hazletine Fouche TITLE III COORDINATOR Dr. Linden Haynes SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR .5 I Qs i N. I I 4' ' .1 fl' A' I .:' K ,fs W , QQ Q.. . i I x r age eg' f I R, f ii' is . r . 5 , fl . I I's- Mr. Arthur Anderson VOC-TECH COUNSELOR Ms. Willie P. Burnley COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR Ms. Anita Griffin ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR Dr. Worth Haynes VOC-TECH DIRECTOR Mr. Mike Berry NATURAL SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Deborah Danner DATA PROCESSING INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Annie Harper ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN Dr. Shirley Hopkins DIRECTOR OF C.A.I-C.M.I. .1 I .f as ' 5 v , A N l '.' Q I f 5 ' t '. X if 34. ,J . Til I V if if .. Azlxb . I fl I A A 4 2 x, . Q- N w X ' INLL... X . 1,5 ,C up.: .24 ,, I M + I - s I - , , .gl I . i li 1 Ms. Marilyn Binion CHILD CARE INSTRUCTOR Freddie Edwards WELDING INSTRUCTOR Mr. Benjamin Harper ACADEMIC DEAN Mr. Cornelius Horton VOC-TECH COUNSELOR Dr. Mae C. Broach MATH INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Alma Fisher LIBRARIAN Mr. Wilson Harris AUTO MECHANICS INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Freddie jackson CHILD CARE INSTRUCTOR FACULTY STAFF 1 I 4 x . x 1 - " .. W q . 4 'IRI 'ki 'Wx :fx xl Ms. Ester jones Mr. james jordan DORM COUNSELOR SOC. SCI. INSTURCTOR Mr. Wayne Nowell Mr. james Pates ELECTRONICS INSTRUCTOR CARPENTRY INSTRUCTOR Mr. Albert Ross Mrs. Mary Nell Scott RELATED STUDIES STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Mrs. Ida Thomas SERVICES COORDINATOR COSMETOLOGY Ms. Mirriam Torrey INSTRUCTOR STENO POOL OPERATOR I 5 605. 5 "V 99 .4 1 Mrs. Debbie McCullum RELATED STUDIES Mrs. Carrie Rae DORM COUNSELOR Mrs.juanita Smith FOOD SERVICE INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Ellestene Turner REGISTRAR 4 . t f f 9 4 Br- . 5 I ,-1 5 l Q' gg ' ff . QV 5- ,fl . . gx ,. 1 , fer? 4 x -1 - fx l fl , io ly' A ' Q f' L. 4, ff' 9 I . . 5 I 1 5 It J: X ' T1 .V fx 28:1 A l 'fl X I an . - - , I f 1 Mr. johnny McGee MACHINE SHOP Mr. Charles Rae DORM COUNSELOR Mrs. Gwendolyn Strong REGISTRAR ASSISTANT Mr. Stephen Murray AUTO MECHANICS Mr. Samuel Richardson BARBERING INSTRUCTOR Ms. Chris ,Tanner HUMAN SERVICES TECHNOLOGY 40' ,...vS A,.. Mr. johnny Crisler DEAN OF STUDENTS Q X - ,, 0 Za. Utica's Corner Stone-Mr. J. Louis Stokes Vice-President-Utica Campus Q l .iw 'H' j V 1 iitilvtti..- . ,,,...,,.....W,.. was , .,,,,.. , .. . 4. .Y Lzfestyle 0 az Leader january 23, 1985 Students, Friends, and Alumni: The mark of every civilized society is its ability to record the events that are associated with its existence. The Annual Staff at the Utica Campus of the Hindsjunior College District shows a high degree of civility through the production of the 1984-85 Yearbook. It is my high honor to congratulate the Annual Staff for its very fine chronicling efforts. In endeavoring to lead human beings from the darkness that is caused by ignorance, to the "good life" that is created by excellence, which is implicit in the American way of life, we do it the "old fashioned" way through excellence exhibited by a caring, concerned, and highly qualified faculty. Our teachers and administrators have an abundance of those qualities that are necessary to raise young minds to their highest potentials, Our campus is augmented with the necessary supporting elements to insure success. Indeed, the entire Hindsjunior College District is composed of these kinds of success assuring elements. We are committed to providing individuals with an opportunity to improve their "lot" in life, if they would just respond to the exposure to our campus and its personnel. The activities shown in our yearbook are a further expression of the points we have listed above. The pictures of the facilities, classrooms, shops, and other supporting elements depict rather emphatically a strong commitment for upward mobility of our students. The essence of this upward mobility intent is shown in this yearbook, page by page. The leadership of the yearbook effort is to be congratulated. The advisors, student editors, and reporters all have shown their desire to become effective in a pursuit of excellence and the removal of ignorance. We thank them for their time and effort for making all of us aware of our commitment to the uplifting of humanity through education and the progress we are making toward that end. Yours truly, j. Louis Stokes Vice-President r"""s.,,, - X Utica Campus A ,Ji L,,w,..,,,,., . --mum,-, " -155. f -3 . -xx 1 13 ,, w. . N U ' .ixiif W. ,-, gill ' : z .yt- Q5 'I-'J "'IU X r 'ff ,I 1 I haf gf ,:.- , I 5 If-" f I 91 FRESHMEN Lisa Aaron Georgia Adams Mary Adams Darlene Allen Tyrone Allen Regina Anderson Lisa April Mahary Asefaw Cora Banks Beverly Barnes james Butler Shelish Brooks Donna Brown Vincent Brown Flora Bridges Sherry Brinner Latavia Brinner Barbara Burnley Connie Burton Kathy Collahan is 'W ' .f tx Q E . I rr, 5 xv, 2. -xx VH 'Q' Ni l if 2 1 Karak V 11-... . X FRESHMEN Mark Carpenter Lisa Champion Greg Chatman Lindberg Cherry Shaundra Chocolate Sheresse Claiborne Edwin Clark Jeffery Cole Rhonda Coleman Pamela Cooks Vonda Cooks Kim Cooper james Copley Meshelia Covington joseph Crole Lena Davis Robert Davis Vanessa Davis Willie Davis Diane Dixon FRESHMEN Marie Dixon Timothy Dottley Mark Dotson Sue Draper Ethel Edwards Michael Edwards Bobby Evans Randy Ferguson Cynthia Ford Sonia Ford Helen Frazier Ricky Fulty Daryl Fondern Pamela Gaddis Arnold Gary Wanda Gibson Yvonne Gibson Inez Gibson Antonio Graham Marcella Graise v5 ' SXXXQ FRESHMEN Sarah Gray Gerlene Gray Cynthia Greene Helen Griffin Helen Griffin Andrea Griffin Lee Esther Hardy Constance Harris Shirley Harris Esther Hart Carolyn Henderson jerome Henderson Hedrick Hicks Michael Hicks Ida Hopkins Tommie Hubbard Jacqueline Hunt Dayon Issac Mildred jackson Wesley jackson 95 FRESHMEN jackie james Shirley james Tommie james Mary jefferson Fred jeters Alex plays to the musical tune of PrinCe's Purple Rain jammie johnson jimmie johnson j.D. johnson Larry johnson Penny johnson Stanley johnson Alberta jones Aleatha jones Donlad jones Ernest jones jennifer jones 96 if -1 nom rsnrrw J 3 it 5 . . X , 5 qs! gill' 1' 4 ' P l I Q f la '4 . 5 Z! Q' I if 0 L , K lk 0 K 'D Q.- -. u ,vi 1 1.7 43' s..., ,Q W, vi. r rl ii FRESHMEN Pamela jones Quida jones Ricky jordan Bonita Kelly Rachel Kelly jackie, jeffery and Ball perform a dance called the Bird Thelma Kelly Darlene Kendricks Bobby Kerching Dennis King Teresa King Nathaniel Kizarr Archie Lawson Audrey Lee Bob Liddell Linda Lockhart Pauline Lofron D7 FRESHME Rhonda Lomax Kenneth Lowe Evette Lucas joe Luster Kirnberty Lynch Steve Mack Patrick Mackey Margaret Magee Aaron Mason Cleotis Mallory Stanley Mallory Hubert Maxi Linda Mayfield Judy McBride Andrea McCurtis Andera Morris Davetta More Barbara Myles Patricia Myles Ira Odoms Q1 v l V L Q X X X X X X N -was R SX S 5 5 as ww 52 r' c i 1 ..,i, A X? ' 134 9 1-.L l -14 Q . QQ 3 X fvs 'lbw s .4 Qu- lt, ,, i '-s-Fw cr ang. A Y! :a k ' Q X S X 534 Q , 115.2 X Q, QA Nl N X 1 --IW l .ww c , ' ri' 'N me I mc. Y x, 1 X Xi X l .IN , FRESHMEN Zanetta Odoms Theodore Ollie Lillie O'quinn Latonia Paige Fredick Paine Jimmie Parker Michael Parrish Regina Percy Regina Phillip Debra Pierce Caroline Pickett Diana Pittman Walton Pinson Samuel Porter Antionette Rankin Cathy Rainey FRESHME Ma re OO Margaret Ratliff Patrick Rayborn Keith Redmon Angela Robinson Dorothy Robinson Georgia Robinson Willie Roach Kenneth Rogers Benard Roling Eugene Ross Stanley Sanders Elvis Scarborough fi , ,an 1 ' nfs, 1 ' ff , f - -'-' W mf" ff , f Q I X W 1 42 , R. 2 x 4 , y Z We 1 'Zia' .,, , , pi Vqlulb aw' 1 f , , W If '.,. j ,, , V X f ' -,,. ,qw G! Z 5? fi 2 6 if ,mf I ? fy -9 K, 2 if '21 gf f f l Q X fi -4 wi' ,M ,Jw 5, N.. f ,ggi we 2 , R Y. f 5 'QM b A A , ,X 5 ,4 ,APV ...V, , AIVQVVI.. ,,,,, Z in , , V E ff wi J y ' 1 ' Z' fa . , 1555, If .. ..., 1 ..,., i.- f' . , ,V - 2 fa V 'W f " ' A for 4- ia K Q Q ww .2" .,1,,J,-'-1 1 130 ' rr ff ,W A 1 I A .ZW ii age. --VV , ,I , Andrea and Sylvia, representing Hinds Comprehensive Health Center in the Homecoming Parade, prepare to throw souvenirs to onlookers FRESHM E Y Hi- f 1 ,w,.' u.r'B' z , M332 -X Sv S N . x 5 . Q. 4 sri ' Shannon Seaton Martha Shinall Ai Chris Sims 1 1 fi tl-In Emma Sims 3 -10 , , ' x . Michael Sims Michael Sims john Slaughter Desi Smith l Y 1 J' ,I i ' Lf' - - 175 T, , - -f J r ?T?'f"'7""s-1,---.J-.fgr--felwww V --. S N-ww , S N"3?1,f 4.rf'Y' Sf'f"'1g-e-- ,v - ,, ui , ' 14' " . 1 s . Lf is we- f f--' w., ' ,fx v , V ,V ,V , K , 1 I Y 5- , i i Q ! .c,.,,Q no lghnf 5 ,ww V , Liml . , ,Ni iivlllhlllls I' rv --f-Y fi ,' t 1 Q. e QI' X Q Q' 1 i JE if 2 r S 1,5 'Q Q NH" o"T: I ' S rl v-'H ' ,- . 1 w fiootzif int LA. g ' Q 1 . 'vm ll . e , c , . 1, 5 X 'L -4' R f x 5 ' 'I I . " s A 'X tg.: I A . I 7 E N 3 -1 WQSH v rv it--r . Miss UJC, Earnestine Broome, presents 310 prize to Dar l and Elvis for h ' f h y aving t e nearest room in the dormjudges were visiting high school seniors 101 ' 2 'SSA'-f-1 2,0 4.-J FRESHME OZ joyce Smith Wanda Smith Rosie Spates Sherrie Staples Carolyn Stewart Timothy Stewart David Tarnabine Andre Taylor Alfonzo Taylor David Thomas Melcalfe Thomas Beverly Thompson Wanda Thompson Cynthia Tillman Danny Tisdale johnny Tolliver Edna Triplett jennifer Turner Patricia Turner Timothy Turner -X X N. tt tiaa , aa s aea X - :res -we f .gt N X ,gig fps?-5 3 is ,. . . iQ"N ,if -.'. '.,' 1., r'-' f Ns i' ' Rai X sg - -',i,tv i.-:F we ' ' A 'Vi' ,xp- Si ,.., ., ii A i t,,, , ., XX .. Ni, - 1 'in is F K f ,. X 157'-II' . . -. it 1. X Q A , I i r"""' ' I 3,21-Shq s FRESHMEN Dennis Walker Janie Walker Sharon Webbs A Edith Wesley QQ ll- lg , 3 ll janice White ,,,. Tony Wiggins Cassandra Williams Denise Williams me W -Q4 V ww. A,-N 1, ..,..,.ff' fl -N -E-"feeetiaf i Donnie Williams Ernest Williams Sonia Williams Aletha Wilson Ng A- a -v.. V ,.. 1 Debra Wilson Diane Wilson Melvin Winston Gail Wright N. X71 X! - Tanya Wright Clarinet Younger Mrs. Browns English class read and discuss poetry. IA .fi 10 Officers Demetruis Bryant, President Tammie Griffin Vice President Deena Holmes Secretary Samantha Franklin Treasurer Patricia Cameron Assistant Treasurerg Michael Green Parliamentarian Larry Adams Stanley Adams Horall Allen Jessie Anderson Jacqueline Allen Calvin Armstead Willie Atkinson Wynetta Barfield SOPHOMORES Linda Barlow Bobbie Barnes Sharon Beuson Janice Berry janice Berry Angela Booker Angie Booker james Bowie Kim Brooks Earnestine Broome MISS LUC Clayton Brown Hendrick Brown Mary Brown Marv Brown Robert Brown Sandra Brown Demetrius Bryant Barbara Burnley james Burrell Calvin Callahan SOPHOMURES Fredrick Calvin jessie Cameron Patricia Cameron Emmitt Caston KAW, . ,,, , f f '!y,,w, 0, 33 Monocia Chatman r Yolanda Chavis gl' .li A-.I A y X! r H 'I l gag ggi, iiiv i l jg l it ' it Q g 'JN . A Q Pi members, Clyde and Daryl and their Sweethearts, Yolanda, Loretta and jan , Joaeph Christmas worked diligently to gather and distribute food to FEED THE HUNGRY during Brenda Claiborne Thanksgiving. O Laquita Crawford fi-R I 'r-A L Annette Cubit Angela Culver Regina Collier jonathan Collins if "UR 1 , 6 X W. 1 S OPH OM URE Faye Cornelius Ronel Daniel Vernell Daniels Rosie Davis Eddie Dean Linda Divinity Sam Dodd j.W. Donaldson Marilyn Dotson Tavaris Dotson Joyce Ellis Calvin Evans Dequita Evans Sharon Evans Carolyn Fair Howard Farmer Ben Elemings Savannah Flemings SOPHOMORES W- v-ts.,.,WM N .,.. -, N, Mymm. N .,...,,..e,,N6, , - ,pnwll"""""'M W' I.,--nw" "nn-Hamm -ef i i iiilliii llilll i ll li iilr G ,, it 1 s I ..-. ,i 27355 ,S h ,- Q Sy- '-- - .pf-""-N S, W iilzf-as if 1-11- we I, I xl.. Mahary gets ready for another semester of hard work. His philosophy is-Give it all you've got. 010900 1 rf v-.-Q X f x l I V-I ' gtiihli J V l -W f - ,lk ' .qw f 2 1 f fi e H' W I I , Jerome Floyd Sandra Ford Samantha Franklin j.C. Gaines Bertiel Gaskin Beverly Gholar Dalphane Gilbert Eugene Gordon Barabara Graves Bobbie Gray Eddie Green Micheal Green Timothy Griffin Carolyn Hamilton Ollie Hampton "Q ., ,.,...Wr""l N1 .,. lg? ,f,"j'4' fri' fs- of T r ,fi , t- ,,, ,gr , -ff' -bn .-no-N -it ' . L " ' ' 41. . f.. ' . x,, A I Z xg? ,xii-fl j 1. 'JJ Q A' ' ' vw ifzis- ' " -V iv it 'f ' 451, "W 'M "' , 1 wt, , -f l "G uf 1 -. , 4 W... , il 'rf' ., -1 1' A 3, - 1 q.s, I-. ,A 'I I 1 Yi "15l.99, W niet 'rf?' A ' r ?, A .1g.U 5.: ' . I V , ' ie :1fs4ifsif.' A . A 3 1 . - A 'M' A '- I I' A i rw- . vfrelirm X, . K! Db H d El H d 'rg f fee , i , era ary ven ar 'KM if 1 . , t, Q, O y Y W' I. f Q ....--...K I A , - -Avg-Z Af ,I ,ff , lv ' ' ,,,J.v,A: ,L ,U ,,,,. my . , j L fu, J iv. A VV I ' y , . ' ,H ,V r ,' " - . , ff Q , ,, J 'X l - ' V , .,. A, , , , .Q 1 f A X-e ' 1 y . . 49: 'V. t E xi Z , RM, A, xp Q v ' X I is ' 4' li' Q. 1- ' If W' .ef ' it f y sag' ' -Q - .- - Q 1 l" 1 " 'ff' J! .. .1 li W 1 - 'flflieefzliffftf X t i a W' , 5 Qs: 3 M 31310 -5,52 'f ' g f 1, if Z zu - ' 5 " ' David Harris Rochelle Henderson " """" er be ' ,H M ei' is Nariette prepares for snow, cold weather and the Christmas break. 2 "x x l "" Xl' X Il xxx Xl Q5 ' X Mollie Hicks Deena Holmes .Q an "' -xi 5 Mr. jordan, social science instructor, tutors student after class. Cafqymhia Hughes Ora Hughes 109 110 OPHOM ORE Evelyn Hunter jean Hunter Sara Ivory Beverly jackson , EW lf s,,,W , if Faye jackson janie jackson Reggie jackson Gloria jimerson 311 ' Annie johnson Ervin johnson Leroy johnson Carrie jones SGO PRESIDENT Don jones jackie jones Yvonne jones Mary Kelly Barbara King Don King Delories Knight Betty Lee f X x, X X X N XX c ws. 1 F gp-5. X ,, A . Sie X .ff :,, 1 23555: '- is llaa .at SN S OPH OM ORE ,V Debra Lee Linda Lee Beulah Leggins Mary Leonard Q ..,, V 4 , 3? Ji' 1 flu' me 2 W r 4 g.5g1v,H.e f ' f E Shirley Lighter 1 W' v ' james Lodge 2: Hia f y. , ' Kenny Lomax Vi, ', W - Ronald Mack ix I ' I Q, - 'fig in Cynthia Mallard 'V Steve Mason Betty Matthews Lisa McCadney 1811 Patricia McGee Kenny McMillian Oby Miles Ronald Miller ii Micheal Mitchell Maggie Montgomery Monocia Moore 1 A I Rebecca Montgomery S UPH OM ORE Betty Murphy Marcellus Nichols jackie O'Quinn Samuel Palmer Rodreck Parrish Zenia Pittman Ruth Pollen Arvilla Rankin Patricia Reed Betty Robinson Andre Russell Ralph Russell MR. UJC Donna Scott Claudia Seaton Debra Shelby Donny Sibbie Iris Sims Annette Singleton Alnetter Smith Debra Smith f i W we Q 1 ' SYS? S i Sas. E-Fr" we 44: X X an . is Q 1 x X 1 SUPHUM ORE Debra Smith janie Smith judy Spann kk' Rosie Spates Patrick, a business XX administration major, works XL x X N X I ! l f in the business office X , ii i A assessing student fees. +A. Allison Stephen Beverly Stewart N, , , N Ap . It S' , f s. H H ,, - W3 , . , W V N: ig i , --., YW .x ..., J K , 3. . 5 jan Stokes Valarie Tayler l 5 3 'TV' A i Li 2 ' alll l l ' l Shirley Thomas Janice Thrasher Rosie Terry Derrick Thomas Lee Esther Thomas Valarie Tillman Darlene Torrey Rosie Vance S 3 OPHOM ORE JUN Q45 y V. dffwhiaj Eleanore Vincent Deborah Webb wt 3 K , I , Y fm A c ,, A v -1,' 3 5 4--""' i 'WS x X 1' .vue 3 it i - l:1.0kL. i Brenda Whitehead l Kathy Wilder 114 all , VL N, " ,f , , - I, f Y 5 o f V Marsha Wallace Cythia Washington CW. 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X Each year the clothing and textile students present a fashion production of designs almost uniquely their own. Models wear designer garments tailored to fit only the curvaceous woman. This year's models depicted the scenes of male impact, the purple rain influence, body language and ghost creatures. These students possess aspirations and dreams that are synonymous only with infinity. Proceeds from the event were awarded to the college choir on their dreams to visit the Big Apple where they are to perform in the cultural mecca of the states-Lincoln Center in New York. X Zinia, Marsha, Deena, Donna and Yvonne start the rave production. Marsha models a blue jumper dress that buttons to the Donna strikes a pose modeling a red dress with yellow tapered waist. Her blouse and hose are white with blue beads, red hat with yellow flower and a hearty smile. strapped shoes. Marsha also designed a blue hat with white bow tied ribbon to match. 20 janie strolls down the runway styling a black and white checked straightlegged pant suit. Accessories include a black hat with tiny white inlaid and black shoes. IMMACULATE! GATHERING IN THE SPIRIT OF THANKSGIVING The annual Thanksgiving dinner serves as a time for communion between the institution and its communities. This interaction between the college and community supporters serve as a strengthening tool for all concerned about the faith of this institution. Dr. Hickman johnson, pastor of Parish Street Baptist Church, served as keynote speaker. Dr. johnson was introduced by Mr. j. Louis Stokes, Vice-President. Mrs. Debra Woolman, clothing instructor, served as toastmistress. Other program participants were the jubilee Singers, Mr. Shelby johnson, Hinds AHS social science instructor, and Rev. joseph Bartee, welding instructor. Dr. johnson delivers an astounding message representative ofthe theme "Gathering in the Spirit of Thanksgiving." M05 122 -AAA' lf ta 'S it ,., sf Wg?-,. Q ' 8 . . , if ff' it J l s. l ul 1:1 is Aww-' i 'vw-ww-m.w,. ! w g .Ri ,., X --1, r- s ? I ,, f 3 .Q -1 i rbi 2 1 5 5. , ,lLJJi,w n 'fi eg, ,,, fx' J Mr. Stokes, Vice-President, shares a Thanksgiving joke to set the tone. The intensity of Dr. johnsorfs message warmed hearts and provided a provocative impact. .1 , , ,,..,,..9 , A , ' v nf 1 ,df ' ',f,'aJ 23: . . ,A , ,r ,fn U.. . L . I' dx v3ffJrx3,,J,,f' 51,51 55' yy, :ws ', 1 Vffzfli ' 1 :- Q :s,3d,i,- 0 h Y 3, -rc?5:f223af2?'i,.??f-is , '. Ki f ff , f ' Q.. Q, 4 1 fm 5 sL'.,Y',k' ' 0 if gl 4' , 4 I e'f i' X 1+ snug. - :Rs Movin' on Up-A journey into Darkness is a two act dramatic musical based on the broadway hit "The Believers." Like its distinguished predecessor, "The Believers," "Movin' On Up" travels a , musical route along a historical line of progress. Since the early slave M N UP days, at Jamestown, Virginia in 1619, the Black man has frequently a a expressed himself in song. That tradition, from Africa through enslavement and into the liberation struggle of today-CONTINUES. That gift of song has flourished side by side with a unique language, an abiding humor, and as inner SPIRIT that survives, succeeds, and grows and grows. This is the life style culture portrayed. Cast of Characters: Lee Coward Cpianistj Frank Walker David Dawud Deborah Woodson Sabrina Glover C'Ester Wooten Walter Case Dwight Witherspoon Billy Nelson Cmanagerj vm, fer' "7 HQMIKW' Cf' ,, aff" K . , 124 as A JQURNEY 1NTo DARKNESS in ' In the AFRICAN SEQUENCE, music and movement are used to show some of the cultural developments of our African heritage. The scene goes from the joys of ceremonial dance to the confusion of captivity. The scene ends with the symbolic crossing of the Atlantic through the MIDDLE PASSAGE. In the SLAVERY SEQUENCE, the cast does an innovative turn in that the capacity to laugh, under oppressive conditions, is brought forth. Humor in the midst of difficulty was and is the basis of survival and historic creativity. YY' O' i N.. in J. 'L ur 2 nu l ' x :ffl 212 ffm Vi 73.1. - f -I 1 , .fa 2 Q K S 1 ,A Y' , . '55 1 1 NY K lf dwawwtknig V my ' 5 Q' .- 3 ...C .t , .1 l J ' hr' ,Lljfl r""'if""f 'Na ,.4i yy Q tl Q gb , T532 .-r'J"F A ,- - l ,vu -. ii-- .-,, ..v. vm I' .-T. ,aff Y A as 125 I r ,vm , ggi ' ' yo haw EMANCIPATION was a time of joy. There was fear of the unknown but again the capacity to "laugh to keep from crying" held forth. Next came the MIGRATION north to the big cities. Q it A 'f '1' .E 191' :' ' if?" ,. ,K V M G26 M 2 Humor is displayed during a Saturday Night Frolic, a time for relaxing after a week of work. Fun and friendship depict a warm side of Black life style. However, the lights fade after the fun frolic of Saturday, and when the stage is seen again Cin the next instancej the same good time Saturday nighters go to church with pomp, piety and prayer. But beneath the sobriety of Black RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE, the humor, ego and the urge to "be somebody"-even if only once a week, prevails. Finally, "after Sunday comes Monday," the audience is reminded that life goes on seven days a week. The cast forms a solid line of unity and the performance ends with an appeal for Black Americans to take PRIDE IN THEIR PAST: plus a challenge to the White Americans to understand the BLACK EXPERIENCE AS A POSITIVE FACTOR in our national life. Because in the final analysis, people cannot love others until they learn to love themselves, under God. AFRI Productions Associates is a New York based theatrical repertory organization producing and specializing in high quality Black Musical Theater productions coast to coast. 127 Iii' , Y W i My ., , pu? 4 Ml'-ff.: A. 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