Utica Junior College - Uticanite Yearbook (Utica, MS)
- Class of 1988
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1988 volume:
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FILINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
SCENES FROM THE HOMECQMING PARADE
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Change, in a generalistic sense,
is a state of mind, place or
condition. Some of us welcome
change while others resist it.
Nevertheless, good or bad it must
occur. However, what is important
is our attitude toward the change.
The Utica Campus holds steadfast
to its tradition of progress and
productivity. We sift through what
we have and make what we want.
We dig through the wrong and
cultivate that which is right. We
seek the unchallenged and instills
motivation. We challenge the
doubtful to experience-A NEW
AND THE BANDS PLAYED ON
CLUBS 8a ORGANIZATIONS ...........
STUDENT LIFE ............................
The fall assembly and Lyceum
presentation of Afri Production was a
show stopper for the hundreds of students
and faculty, who attended the mid-day
bonanza. The presentation of
BROADWAY STRUTTERS captivated
the packed audience for nearly an hour.
The New York group left the audience
desiring more but yet having too much to
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OperafSouth was formed in 1971 by
Jackson State University, Tougaloo, and
Utica Junior College to offer students the
opportunity of appearing in professional
productions and to provide a showcase for
young professional singers just starting
their careers. Utica's participation in the
highly promised Operafliouth chorus has
extended to all the company productions,
with the exception of the two one-act
presentations that opened the 1972 fall
season. The music students have not
missed a single performance from
participating in the chorus since the
present choir director, Dr. Bobby G.
Cooper, took over the post. Additionally,
numerous minor roles at various times
have been sung by the Utica students.
This year s opera featured several Utica Campus Students. Patricia Rudd, Crightl awa-
kens from her nap She played the part of a gingerbread girl.
This was the annual Thanksgiving Dinner for employees of the
Utica Campus and Hinds Agricultural High School. The theme
Dr. Eugene Gaston was master of ceremonies for the
was "On Being Grateful."
Rev. Johnny Barbour, Jr., pastor of the Pearl Street A.M.E. Church, in Jackson,
was the guest speaker for this annual event.
The Utica Campus Choir presented "Praise Him," with Giovonna Alexander, Ccenterj as the leader.
Giovonna is pictured with two other memebers of the choir, Debra Mays and Bobby Grant.
RELIGIOUS E PHASIS WEE
The Campus Ministry celebrated the Annual Religious Emphasis Week on November 23-25. Mrs. Jane Stanton Qrightj, health educator, State Department of Health, was
guest speaker. Mrs. Stanton gave a helpful slide presentation to increase the awareness of the deadly disease AIDS.
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Tougaloo Choir song stirring gospels as a part of the Religious Emphasis Week celebration.
The Utica Campus choir under the direction of Dr. Bobby Cooper, presented its annual
winter concert. The choir drew rave reviews. They performed an array of Christmas carols,
spirituals, classicals and gospels. Choir members are Cleft to rightj Camelia McNeal,
Patricia Rudd, Giovonna Alexander, Debra Mays, Sharlette Lott, Tyrone Crawford,
Bobby Grant, Eddie Epps, Luanna Williams, Trinia Jennings, Laverne Washington,
Deborah McCornell, Tanya English and Arlene Erves.
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
Granny McClean Cold Negro womanj ....... ,,,,,, A retha Barber
Mary McClean Cher granddaughterl ....... ,,,,,,,,, A rlene Erves
Jim Matthews fin love with Maryl ......... ,,,,,,,,,, S amuel Banks
Henry Morgan fthe white landlordj .......................................................... Richard White
The setting was the evening before Christmas somewhere in the southern United States.
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Mary's mother was given a white wedding dress, got pregnant and died in child birth. Granny kept the dress for Mary. Mary fell in love
with Henry Morgan's son who wanted to marry Mary and had given her a white wedding dress. Henry Morgan protested and threatened
to evict Mary and her grandmother if she did not marry Jim instead of his son. For that reason, Mary agreed only to find out that Henry's
real reason was because he too fell in love and impregnated a Black girl some 18 years earlier. She was Mary's mother.
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All of the graduates are joined to attend their
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Jewel thinks about what life has planned for her.
Graduation is a time that makes most family mem-
bers, friends, and graduates feel as if something has
been accomplished. Graduation is one giant step on
the road to total independence and success. With
most things there is the good and the bad. Leaving
friends that you have acquired over the years, and the
repore that you have established with the faculty and
administrators, to name a few. These are the memo-
ries that linger tenderly in your heart. One of the
most popular songs was FUTURE GENERATION,
because the class of 1987 will be a part of our future.
After graduation you come to a road which will de-
termine many things in the years ahead, your career,
job placement, your place in society, and your earn-
ing power. For those who are graduating from high
school, you have a choice to further your education,
join the service or find a job. Congratulations to all.
You've come a long way.
Vice-President J. Louis Stokes congratulates the graduates before the cere- .
Constantly encouraging students to graduate, Vice President Stokes per-
forms his final graduation ceremony. He retires after 29 years.
Irish reminisces of days gone by as she looks to the future.
Dr. William Butts, Director of post secondary relations, U.S. Department of
Education, was the guest speaker.
STRIVING TO BE
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MR. AND MS UJC PAGEANT
THIS YEAR THERE WAS AN EX-
CITING CHANGE IN THE PAGEANT.
INSTEAD OF JUST ELECTING A
QUEEN, WE ALSO ELECTED A
KING. A VARIETY OF TALENTS
WERE DISPLAYED CONSISTING OF
A DANCE ROUTINE, SINGING, PAN-
TOMIMING, PLAYING THE KEY-
BOARD, AND A DRAMATIC SKIT.
ALONG WITH THE TALENT PRE-
SENTATION, THE CONTESTANTS
PRESENTED THEMSELVES IN AN
INTRODUCTORY DANCE SKIT,
FORMAL WEAR, CASUAL WEAR,
AND LET US NOT FORGET SWIM-
WEAR. BECAUSE THERE WERE
FIVE BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADIES
AND TWO HANDSOME YOUNG
MEN, I WOULD NOT HAVE AD-
VISED ANYONE TO PLACE A BET
ON THAT PAGEANT!! CONGRATU-
LATIONS TO EACH OF YOU CON-
TESTANTS FOR YOUR WONDER-
Talk about taking control of your man,
Crightl LESE WILLIAMS, in talent com-
petition, tells her man that she can't go on
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PATRICIA RUDD shows off her delightful smile. SI-IERRY LEWIS also has a winning sm
TAMMY THAMES shows off her lovely
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RICHARD WHITE adds a little rhythm to the pageant. ARETHA BARBER shows off her per- DARYL WATKINS shows off his
fect figure. MUS-CLES.
Mr. and Miss Utica Junior College
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Sherry Lewis is a 19 year old English major from Kosciusko, MS. She is the daughter of Choice and Pealine Lewis Jr. Sherry
was born on February 6, 1968, under the zodiac sign of Aquarius. She is a member of the Esquirettes, Phi Theta Kappa, and
Campus Ministry. She enjoys swimming, talking, and just being happy. She plans to further her education at Jackson State
Daryl Watkins is a 20 year old Drafting and Design major from McComb, MS. He is the son of Mr. 8: Mrs. Willie Charles
Watkins. He was born on March 30, 1967, under the zodiac sign of Aries. He is a member of the Vica club. He serves as reporter.
He is a basketball trainer for the Lady Bulldogs. He is a member of Who's Who among students in American Junior Colleges.
Also, Daryl enjoys swimming, playing basketball, and drawing. He plans to further his education at Texas Southern University.
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Sherry poses for the camera on her way from class.
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The King and Queen are at ease in North Park. What a hunk!
Our Queen is flashing that winning smile.
Daryl poses with his campaign manager, Shorty.
Sherry models her swimwear in the pageant.
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Lady Aretha Barber Sir Richard White
I st Alternate to Ms. UJC I st Alternate to Mr. UJC
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Respect others, keep confidence in yourself, and include God in all of your daily Live life I0 the fullest CVCFY h0Uf, CVCFY minute Of CVefYdaY-
Lady Patricia Rudd Lady Tammy Thames Lady Lese Williams
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Life has so much to offer. It is full of opportunities Have respect for yourself and others. Be slow to Have confidence in yourself and never put off to-
for one to meet. Just set a goal and let there be no speak but always willing to listen. Always remem- day, because tomorrow is not promised to you.
limit to reaching it. ber that through God all things are possible.
TUDE T G0 ERNMENT ORGANIZATIO
Loretha Cole, PRESIDENT Faith Henderson, VICE PRESIDENT
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LEADER OF TOMORROW
Crystal Jenkins, SECRETARY Daisy Sandifer, TREASURER
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WHO'S WHO AMO G T
The 1988 edition of WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN JU-
NIOR COLLEGES will include the names of 14 students from the Utica Campus who
have been selected as national outstanding campus leaders. Campus nominating commit-
tees and editors of the annual directory have included the names of these students based on
their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular
activities and potential for continued success.
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Rhonda Lofton Constance Davis
Accounting and Business Administration Barbering
Robert Moore Patricia Terrell
Food Service Computer Science
Drafting and Design
IN AMERICAN JUNIOR CCLLEGES
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They join an elite group of students selected from more than 1,400 institutions of higher
learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations Students
named this year from Hinds Junior College District are shown on these pages
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Drafting and Design English Business Techonology-Secretarial
Beverly Green Frank Bogan Ann McDonald
Computer Science Food Service Food Service
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They are the ones with the guts to try!
STAMINA AND CONFIDENCE
COME FROM WITHIN ONLY
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THEY ARE THE DIE-HARDS!
They are the winners!
The Runners Up Aretha Barbara, and Richard
A Winning Smileg Lese Williams.
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Having a solid foundation makes for a steady construction. The foundation to a
productive life, outside of love for one's fellowman, is being well educated and
skilled. The small price that one pays is interest-interest in classroom assign-
ments, interest in learning, interest in being a role model for others, interest in the
future, as well as interest in living a wholesome and rewarding life. The Utica
Campus curricula 1S diverse in its offerings With interest it prepares one to
transfer to a senior college to go directly into the work force to update skills and
knowledge to enhance strengths to minimize weaknesses and to offer hope
With 56 academic vocational and technical programs of study we hope that
Utica can interest individuals in its offerings Also through the Vocational Tech
nical Department GED classes and the GED test are offered Utica further
offers through its Continuing Education Department classes within the commu
n1t1es of Hinds Rankin Warren Claiborne and Copiah counties We deliver our
services to the working class of people For those who can not afford to leave
home Utica offers the Dial A Teacher Program through which the students can
call for lessons Afterall educatlon IS continuous
Utica tries to satisfy the needs of the
young old employed underemployed
and the interested A commitment to the
total development of the human poten
tial IS what the faculty staff and admin
istration of the Utica Campus take as
priority Students helping themselves to
our many offerings is the first step Pre
paring themselves for the educational
help that 1S offered is step two and step
three IS INTEREST The Utica Campus
challenges anyone to take three steps
and the world will truly become an open
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Carol looks on. Ricky needs no help.
Edith hurriedly scribbles down what she finds on the microscope slide before she loses it again! James lends Carolyn a helping hand on her experiment
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Yolanda, Theresa, Tabitha, and Roma work diligently on their assignments. Sam has a mischievous look as he prepares to make
his own solution.
SEEKI G K OWLEDGE
These students use their free time studying.
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TECHNICAL CHILD CARE
Child Care majors work with students. Nursery children play with cash registers.
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Cassandra proudly admires her work.
Mr. McGee aids Johnny on his classroom project.
M K Lucille concentrates on finishing her typing assignment. Ora and Janice polish up their typing skills.
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Louella wonders if her machine is threaded correctly. Vivian trims the edges for the final touch
Mark works rapidly to finish this birthday cake. Ann tests the icing,
uilding 8a Construction
Instructors Martin and Robinson supervise installation of playground equipment. Skilled hands work well.
Kerry hopes he has found the solution to the problem. Above: Let's give her a perfect manicure!
Below: Carrie explains the low-style haircut.
Milton must bore the holes carefully. Mr. Harris shows Tommy how to identify a worn-out pipe.
When Wendell finishes sanding, he can paint. Glen takes his turn boring the holes
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Mario and Sam studies the parts of the motor. I h0PC this d0CSfl,1 Shock me!
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CAMP S MI I TRY
Qfront-left to rightb Cleopatra Erves,
Daisy Sandifier, Nancy Wilson, Cynthia
Funchess, Linda Stewart, Patricia Wade
fback-left to right Ms. Mary N. Scott
advisor, Cynthia Franklin, Crystal
Jenkins, James Funchess, Tyrone
Crawford, Patricia Rudd, Faith 2 1. .
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The United Campus Ministry is an
organization formed to help Utica
Campus students cultivate and promote
their individual religious growth. It
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ffront-left to rightj Eulondra Owens, president, Traci German, Kathy Harris, Tabitha Berry, vice-president, Angela Adams, Sheila
Bunton, Aretha Barber. fback-left to rightj Debra Barnett, Jennifer Davis, Barbara Kelly, treasurer, Frederick Jefferson, Keith
Williams, Sonja Davis, Deloris Green, Mr. Charles Bell, advisor.
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Wilhemenia Jones, Marilyn Caston,
Patricia Terrell, Beverly Green.
Cfront-left to rightj Nelvis Franklin, Vernon Ford, Ngoma Howard, George Cooper.
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Ckneeling left to rightJDavid Garrett, Stacie Brown, Sharon Sanders, Leslie Montgomery, Trina Jennings, Phueng Tran, Sandra
McGowan, Everlean Myles, Henry W. Brown Jr. Mr. Cosmetology. Cback-left to rightb Ida H. Thomas, instructor, Nichole Taylor,
Laura Earls, Giovonna Alexander, Doretha Jackson, April Henely, Tammy Thames, Johnalynn Mayberry, Brenda Gray, Sadie Wesley,
Sharron Rankins, Doris Magee, Elmora Lyous, Shirley Overton.
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I Kneeling left to rightj Mildred Gaines, Dorilynn Woods, Luella Turner, Rena Liddell, Brenda Catchings, Sharron Perkins. Cback-left to
rightj Alice Wilson, Lisa Farmer, Jerry Rutland, Felecia McCaleb Ms. Cosmetology, Torris Singleton, Angelia Armstrong, Debra
Smith, Mrs. Bunley, instructor.
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Constance Davis, Patricia Wiggins, Recardo Bonds, Mr. Barbering. Cback-left to rightj Francis Hellen, Flora Bridgers, Phyllis Newton,
Mary Davis, Carrie McPherson, Andrew Ducksworth, E.J. Crawford, Raymond Brown, William McCarthy Sr., Evelyn Malverick, Lola
McCarthy, Florence Morgan, Marilyn Perkins, Fred Lewis, instructor.
Cfront- left to rightj Sherry Lewis, Bonita Kelly, Kenyetta Tarleton, Denise Thompson. Cback-left to rightj Delindsey
Hicks, Leslie Ball, Ms. Esquirette, Fleita Hampton, .Iancie Barnes, Angie Pittman.
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Turner, Dennis Taylor, James Williams, Curtis Wilson, Ricky Mack, Frederick Finch, Andre Thompson, Ann McDonald, Vivian Clark,
Martha Allen, Angie Thorem, Peggy D. Welch, Mrs. Juanita W. Smith, Advisor.
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Green, Jennifer Davis, Patricia Carter, Linda Dent. fstanding-left to rightj Mr. Darbandi, advisor, Louis Bradley, treasurer, Cleopatra
Erves, Eulondra Owens, Loretta Starks, Debra Shelby, Shonda Brown, Lucille Austin, Vanessa Sims, Kelly Chase, Keyshira Readirs,
Brenda Cooper, Ms. Phi Beta Lambda, Kathleen Jackson, Traci German, Anthony Bingham, Mrs. Shirley Mason, advisor. Cstanding,
left to right, 3rd rowb Frederick Jefferson, Sherry Cook, Gladys Brent, Gloria McCollom, Dora Gaskin, Robert Harrison, Keith
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Robinson, Cstanding-left to rightj Mr. Harper, advisorg Mr. Berry, advisor, Bridgette Wells, Angela Pittman, Nicole Davis, Jimmy
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Rosell, Deslone Robertson, Melinda Wynn, Ms. Woolman, advi- Beverly Green, Patricia Terrell, Arlene Erves.
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Williams, Audrey Kelly, Felicia Catchings, Patricia Green, Cstanding-left to rightj Sharon Lockhart Pamela Powell Patricia Harris
Tammie King, Barbara Kelly, Shirley Walkner, Ms. Freddie Jackson, advisor.
MAROON 8L GOLD FLASH
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T.H. Kendall, president Roger McDaniel, secretary
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DS COMMUNITY COLLEGE PRESIDE T
Dr Clyde Muse
HINDS JUNIOR COLLEGE DISTRICT
UTICA MISSISSIPPI 39175 9599
PRESIDENT FOR LTI! A FAMPUS
December 17 1987
ne Jtlcanlte staff has worked dlllgently to capture the
or es of the l987 88 school ye Thls staff, along w1th
l adalsors, deserves congratulatlons for a job well done
Through these plctorlal reflectlons, we can env1s1on what
a lHSC1'Ut1OD 1S to help develop the total 1nd1v1dual rather
fan jdst contrlbute to hls or her academlc growth The
Fe at Jtlca
has taken palnstaklng efforts to reveal what
across the year that was a part of student l1fe
totality of student development We can all
w at was, what , and what W1 l be as
school year through thxs descr1pt1ve v1ew of
As llce presldent of thls IDSCICUCIOH, xt has been both
a crallenge and a pr1v1lege to work wlth each of you we,
dork ng together, have caused th1S IDSKIKUCIOH to thrust
forward Hot one of us, but all of us together, can contlnue
'o are 'DIS an 1nst1tut1on on the move as demonstrated 1D
' yearbook However, I challenge each of you to offer
jour 'OD'lDU9d support 1n our efforts to provlde quallty
George E Barnes
Vlce Pres1dent for the
Utlca Fampue!Adm1n1strat1ve and
A Fnmrmlmenl lo Qualify Educanon
TICA CAMPUS VICE-PRESIDE
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Dr. George E. Barnes
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Dean of Students
Dr Eugene Gaston
Dean of Instructlon
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Charles Langston Charles Walker
Prlnclpal, Hlnds AHS Coordmator Physlcal Plant
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The backbone of an institution are those faces that are rarely
seen. The ones that make the difference. Among them are the
maintenance, food service and transportation staffs. They all play
an individual and unique part in the operation of the total unit. We
are grateful to those who give their all-their best-not for praise
nor recognition but, because they care. They take pride in not just
doing a job, but in doing it well.
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The height of an institution soars as high as the imagination,
determination and ability of its people. Most limits are self
inflicted. The Utica Campus faculty, staff and administration
have a keen sense of its purpose and is constantly on guard to
serve. The Administration works not only as leaders but as role
models for its students. The future hinges on such leadership.
FACULTY - STAFF -
Dr. Eddie Dawson Arthur Anderson Dr Willie C Johnson James Waddell
Johnnie McGee Cornelius Horton Oscar Martin Wlllel Burnley
Mike Berry Magnolia Hampton Steven Murray Floyd Tate
Juanita Smith Patrinella Diggs
Seyed Darbandi Ida Thomas
George McQuitter Benjamin Harper
Debra Woolman Mary Nell Scott
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Dr. Hazletine Fouche
Rev. Joseph Bartee
Dr. Jessie Killingsworth
Dr. Bobby Cooper
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Crystal Jenkinsg Business Manager, and Faith Hendersong Secretary.
Angela Adams Cynthia Alexander Giovanna Alexander Henry Alexander
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Ruby Bridges Henry Brown Jr.
Terry Bullock Shelia Bunton
Elementary Education Business Technology
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Industrial Arts Cosmetology
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Auto Mechanics Child Care Data Processing Food Service
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Carpentry Business Administration Medical Records Clothing 84 Textile
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cartoons and riding my bike. My favorite
color is orange. My favorite food is an or-
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watching the news. My zodiac sign is Libra
and my favorite colors are red, blue, and
yellow. I love to eat Red Rose Sausages and
play with my toys.-Cory I-Iorton
Hi, I am Charlotte and I am a Tarus. In
the future, I hope to be the most beautiful
ballet dancer in the world. When I'm not
daydreaming about dancing, I cuddle up
and read a good library book or watch 'My
Little Pony'. My favorite food is macaroni
and cheese. I also love it when it snows,
because I like to build Snowmen-
Hello, my name is Danyale. I wish my
mother would get me a dog. Until then, I
entertain myself by reading my favorite
book, fGeorgy Porgy Nursey Rhyme' and
by watching my favorite television pro-
gram, The 'Smurfsf My favorite color is
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I'll be the biggest show stopper on Broad-
way. Yes, my ambition is to dance into the
hearts of people throughout the world.
Meanwhile, Illl just enjoy snuggling up in
my Daddy's lap with my favorite book, 'Lit-
tle Red Riding Hood.' My favorite televi-
sion program is 'The Cosby Show.' My wish
is to go to college. I love basketball. My
favorite color is red and my favorite food is
an orange.-Shamekia Mason
To become a professional basketball
player is a big dream, but I plan to turn it
into a reality. Hi, I'm Carey, and one day I
hope to be a pro basketball player. I'm a
Sagittarius and I love to read 'The Three
Bears' and watch Sesame Street. My favor-
ite color is green and my favorite food is ice-
cream. I wish Mommy would take me to
Pizza Hut again soon, because next to ice-
cream, I love pizza. When I'm not playing
basketball, reading or watching T.V., I'm
having fun riding my bike.-Carey Mays
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with my dolls. I plan to be a teacher. My
favorite color is pink.-Kristy Murray
My name is Robert, but you can callme
"Doc" I hope to become a well known phy-
sician. I enjoy my ABC Book and watching
'Thunder Cat' on television. I wish Mom
would take me to Chuck 'e' Cheese. My
favorite food is pizza and my favorite color
is red. I am a Pisces who loves playing with
my toys.-Robert Smith
In enjoy reading 'gThe Cat in the Hatf'
My favorite cartoon is 'Thunder Cat." I
like catfish and the color red, playing with
my toys and being at home with my mother.
I plan to become a chef. I am a Gemini-
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sign is Virgo. Because I want to be an engi-
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with my hammer and screws. When I am
not building, I like to read my favorite book,
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eating, I'm riding my bike. I am trying my
best to be good so my parents will buy me a
""" I plan to own a chain of grocery stores. I
enjoy reading "The Three Little Pigs" and
watching Alfie on television. Presently, my
favorites in life are the color red, pizza,
french fries, peaches, reading, puzzles,
games and Mom and Dad. I was born under
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New activities have been organized to accomodate the needs and wants of our
dormitory students. Activities such as the softball games are just one of the many
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passed here at Utica is not in a diploma, but
in the love and respect of a friendship. Even
though each person defines friendship dif-
ferently, we all agree that it is necessary
and worthwhile. A shoulder to cry on in
times of trouble, someone to turn to and a
heartfelt smile and encouragement are
what makes life more special. Friendship is
a system of giving and without the system
life would be a very lonely place. The
friends here at Utica are very important
and the friendships we have formed while in
college will never be forgotten.
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standing, left to right, Stephanie Brown, Ursula Morris, Patricia Grant, Sheila Jenkins, Leolo Shaw, Renee Norwood, Valerie Yates,
Patricia Grant-Sophomore-Murrah High
Valerie Yates-Sophomore-Murrah High L
Sandra Mack-Sophomore-Booker T. Wash. Louisiana
Felicia Thompson-Sophomore-Canton High
Mary Jordan-Sophomore-East Flora
Leola Shaw-Freshman-Sterlington, Louisiana
Andrea Smith-Freshman-Newelton, Louisiana
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Renee Norwood-Freshman-Pineville, Louisiana
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Can I go in now? Hey! Where did everybody go?
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THE MEN'S BASKETB LL TEAM
kneeling, from left to right, Derrick Thomas-32, Sam Peterson-24, Carl Moore-12, Robert Cosey-14, Greg Barnes-44, Manager, Deslone Robertson Daryl Hill
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UTICA JUNIOR COLLEGE
llov. 2 Prentiss Iunior College . . , , . , , , .
Nov. 5-7 Crescent City Classic ...... . . .
. . . Utica,
New Orleans, LA
Nov. Northwest lunior College ,..,. , . Senatobia, MS
Nov. I7 lones lunior College' ,,.,.,, Ellisville, MS
Nov. 19 Pearl River lunior College' . l .. Utica, MS
Nov. 24 Prentiss lunior College .r.. . . ,.., Prentis, NS
llov. 30 Gullcoast lunior College' . . . . , . , Pertinston, MS
Dec. 2 Shelby State Community College . . . . Utica, MS
Dec. 5 Coahoma lunior College ...,., , Clarksdale, MS
Dec. 7 Co-Lin luniorCollege',.. .. . ,..Utica,ldS
Dec. 10 llolmes lunior College ,.,.. . , Goodman, MS
lan. 8 Gull Coast lunlor College' , . . . . Utica, MS
lan. ll Hinds lunior College' . .. M Ullaymond, MS
lan. I4 lones lunior College' ,,,, , . . , . . Utica, MS
lan. 18 Southwest lunior College' , , , , , , Summit, MS
lan. 21 East Central Junior College' , Uecatur, MS
lan. 23 Coahoma lunior College , . , . . Utica, MS
lan. 25 Southwest Junior College' ,, Utica, MS
lan. 28 Co-Lin Junior College' , ,r , , Wesson, MS
lan. 30 Hinds lunior College' . . . Utica, MS
Feb. l East Central lunior College' . . Utica, MS
Feb. 4 Pearl River lunior College' r , Poplarville, IAS
Feb. 9 Shelby State Community College . . . . Memphis, TN
Feb. 1518 South Divisional Tournament . . . . . . . ,TBA
Feb. 22-25 Overall State Tournament , . , , ,TBA
Home Games: Women 6:00 p.m.
Men 7:00 p.m.
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My fellow classmates:
It is with honor and pleasure that I pre-
sent to the Utica Family, the 1987-1988
Uticanite. Fullfilling the position of Editor
of this year's Uticanite has indeed been an
enlightening and a challenging experience.
Months of work were spent in preparation
of this annual. The people who helped to
develop this publication are dedicated stu-
dent workers. So, Crystal, my co-editor,
and Daisy and Arlene, my staff supporters,
thank you for a job extremely well done.
Also, I give special thanks to Mrs. Willie
Ealey, our advisor, and Mr. Anderson, our
photographer, for their untiring, unselfish
This yearbook reflects a change here at
Utica. In accordance with this year's
theme. "A New Attitude," I feel that the
Utica family is working collectively to bet-
ter fulfill its mission. Our students have for-
mulated new ideas. We have reinforced our
goals. I feel it is necessary for the members
of the Utica Campus Family to uphold
"The New Attitude." It is the responsibility
of the students because we are the ones who
make Utica what it is. I hope all viewers
enjoy observing the pictures, reading the
captions, and just reflecting on the pleasant
moments ofthe 1987-88 school year.
Editor, Cleopatra Erves
layout f design artist
Mr. Robert Anderson
To all of the readers of this book,
Putting the yearbook together takes
much dedication and hardwork. It is not all
fun and games. One must be willing to work
long extra hours to really get the yearbook
done right. First, one must come up with a
theme for the book. We chose as our theme,
"A New Attitude," because we wanted to
be a little different. Instead of just taking
pictures and putting them in the book, we
wanted to do things just right.
Next, one must come up with a design or
make a layout. This takes time, sometimes
even days to get it just right. Next, every-
thing must be put in order. And we must
make type sheets carefully because what
ever we put on the type sheet goes in the
I would like to thank Daisy Sandifer and
Arlene Erves for their work and dedication
that they gave toward the yearbook. I really
enjoyed working on the year book staff. I
am planning tojoin the yearbook staff when
I attend USM. I would also like to thank
Mrs. Ealey and Mr. Anderson for being by
our sides during the rough times.
Co-Editor, Crystal Jenkins
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