Pikeville College - Highlander Yearbook (Pikeville, KY)

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MM liiEmmmammM M M l MmMm InnunnHn Illlliilil ijiii ' ii ' iimi m ■ ' ■ i!i»f!ii; I ilHiiii! mwmh ii ' There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven — to give birth, and a time to die; to plant, and a time to uproot what is planted. to kill, and a time to heal; to tear down, and a time to build up. to weep, and a time to laugh; to mourn, and a time to dance. to throw stones, and a time to gather stones; to embrace, and a time to shun embracing . to search, and a time to give up as lost; to keep, and a time to throw away. to tear apart, and a time to sew together; to be silent, and a time to speak. to love, and a time to hate; for war, and a time for peace. What profit is there to the worker from that in which he toils? Ecclesiastes 3:1-9 (ASV) A time A time A time A time A time A time A time A time A time A time A time A time A time A time one Wfi m ™ HHH l H ■■■■ two SPECIAL COLLECTIONS ALLARA LIBRARY PMCEVULE COLLEGg D! SEVILLE KY TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE REGISTRATION 4 FOUNDER ' S DAY 10 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 12 SENIOR CLASS 15 HOMECOMING 27 ADMINISTRATION, TRUSTEES, AND FACULTY .36 JUNIOR CLASS 52 ENERGY SEMINAR 60 WINTER 61 NURSING PROGRAM 63 SPORTS 64 CHEERLEADERS 73 SOPHOMORE CLASS 76 STAFF 84 FRESHMAN CLASS 85 MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS 96 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 98 DRAMA PRODUCTION 102 STUDENT TEACHING 103 ACADEMIC CONVOCATION 105 SPRING FORMAL 106 SENIOR MUSIC RECITALS 110 COMMENCEMENT Ill SENIOR INDEX 116 INDEX 119 three ■■ Johnny Williamson, Wanda Kelly, Howard Roberts, Jennifer Currie, and Jerry Bishop. The time for registration is August and January (May for those who want to get ahead fast, who are behind at last, or who can ' t think of anything better to do). Connie McCoy four Standing, Ed Kelly and Peggy Scott; Seated, Cora Nunn and Marie Tar- pey. Fortunately, 1977 brought the end of the time when each Pikeville College student had to fill out six index cards in order to take even one class . . . the time of the one sheet registration form is here! With that, and lots of hard work on the part of our faculty and staff people (particularly those in the Registrar and Business offices), the whole process was faster and smoother. •» i » - ■SlHHHHHiHI JUHHSHI HHHB six seven H MH eight nine ■ • IggjgHHBnBBj HDI B l HH BI FOUNDER ' S DAY OCTOBER 6, 1977 Sometimes we take too lightly the honoring of those people, known and unknown to us, whose cumulative efforts and experiences have given us the opportunity to grow and share life together at Pikeville College. Rev. Dr. Roger R. Kel- ler, Minister to the Col- lege B ' CwJ W w Dr. A. A. Page, President Emeritus .--v Dr. Jackson O. Hall, President, and Dr. Marie V. Tarpey, Vice President for Academic Affairs Founders ' Day 1977 was a time of pausing to remember that the lives of many men and women, boys and girls, have been touched by Pikeville College and many of them have loyally supported the college in return. One such man is William Jesse Baird, recognized on October 6, 1977, with the honorary Doctor of Humanities degree for his generous, selfless, committed devo- tion to the growth and enrichment of Pikeville College. eleven fjHUmiHUHHHHHHHl Hl ■IM M P1KEVILLE COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY, October 6, 1977. Front row (left to right) — Dr. Jackson O. Hall and Dr. Marie V. Tarpey; Second row — Carol Tackett, Sandra Branam, Dr. Jerry L. Harris, Pamela (Pack) Lail, Peggy Davis, Katherine K. Sohn, Diana Duffin, Jewel Cline, Alma Culton, James P. Ramsey, Virgil O. Turner; Third row — Michael Curnutte, Dr. Judith Harris, Phyllis Dayer, Mary Ann Giffin, Marian Yarus, Paula Pendergrass. Janice Ford, Gertrude Ison; Fourth row — Dr. Stephen Fritz, Jerry King, Dr. Larry Darlage, Dr. Roger Warren, Dr. Maurice Bailey, Rediford Damron, Dr. Presley Pendergrass, Mary Ann Ghosal, Mel Ponton, Bob Ford, Duna Combs, Alvin Stinnett, Dr. Mark Sohn; Fifth row — Charles Francis, Dr. Embrey Howson, William Aguilar, Dr. Roger R. Keller, Phillip Roddy, Dr. Harold Branam, Dr. Thomas Johnson, Dr. Jitendra Ghosal, Carolyn Falin, Jane Johnson, Dr. Sue Lail, B.G. McCloud, Donald Lail; Sixth row — Glenn Brown, Paul Butcher; Seventh row — Paul Luxmore, Dan Adams, John Lamanca, Paul Falin, Robert Lester, Robert Mayfield, Dr. Lois Esham, Judy Bentley. twelve f% Bill Higginbotham served Pikeville College for nine years as a member of the Development and Public Relations Office staff. When he resigned in September, 1977 he was Vice President for Development and Public Relations. He and his wife Melissa, a Pikeville College alumna, now reside in Pike- ville where he is President of Hi-Mar Coal Company. thirteen ■IMHP9 fourteen SENIOR 1977-1978 fifteen mm ___ SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS front left to right: RAY ANNA REVEES REGINA POTTS JOHNNY WILLIAMSON SECRETARY S G.A. REPRESENTATIVE VICE-PRESIDENT back: DOUG DOLE HOWARD ROBERTS PRESIDENT TREASURER sixteen Sayid Abeus Ayid Teheran, Iran General Business Sandy Adams Pikeville, Ky. Elementary Education Gwyndolin Adkins Pikeville, Ky. Elementary Education Tracy L. Barnett Grethel, Ky. Art Johnnie Beavers Matewan, W. Va. Mu sic Education Leslie Kay Blackburn Betsy Layne, Ky. Music Education Macie Blankenship Pikeville, Ky. Art and Psychology Debbie Blevins Grundy, Va. Music Education Denise Burgy Pikeville, Ky. Psychology 17 ■ HHM 18 Ronald Lee Burke Williamson, W. Va. Music Education Shelia Burks Grundy, Va. Elementary Education James Clevinger Pikeville, Ky. Business Eddy Coleman Pikeville, Ky Political Science Kevin Coleman Philadelphia, Pa. Education Dennis Keith Coleman Regina, Ky. English Rosamary Combs Banner, Ky. Biology mm Mary Ellen Crum Inez, Ky. Elementary Education Tyrone Lamont Dunn Lexington, Ky. Physical Education Nina Marlene Deel Haysi, Va. Biology Debra Engle Mullins, Ky. Accounting and English Douglas H. Dole Hamilton, Oh. Art Education Rhett Gibson Pippa Passes, Ky. History Greg Hall Jonathan W. Harris Tom Hartsock Bevinsville, Ky. Pikeville, Ky. Piketon, Oh. History and Political Music Education Biology Science 19 ™ " ™ M ™— " ™ " ™ Cathy Harville Pikeville, Ky. Elementary Education Rick Hatfield McCarr, Ky. Physical Education Terry F. Hawkins Lexington, Ky. Physical Education John Hicks Hueysville, Ky. Art Education Charles Hopkins Pikeville, Ky. Accounting and Business Mary Ann Hopkins Pikeville, Ky. Art Education Elaine Horner South Webster, Oh. Music Education Gail Brown Hunt Pikeville, Ky. Business Administration Michael Fleet Johnson Dorton, Ky. Political Science Niklci Kendrick Elkhorn City, Ky. General Business Ali Asghar Khoshreza Webb Lail Teheran, Iran Lexington, Ky Medical Technology Business Connie L. Lee Pikeville, Ky. Accounting 21 E K- ■Hi John R. Morris Murray Hill, N.J. Business Administration Janie Newsom Pikeville, Ky. Elementary Education Darell H. Mullins Elkhorn City, Ky. English and Psychology Robert Owens Feds Creek, Ky. Accounting Michael Mullins Millard, Ky. Physical Education William Pfister Lynchburg, Oh. Math Bobby Price Harold, Ky. Business Debbie Potter Whitewood, Va. Math Regina Elaine Potts South Webster, Oh. Music Education 22 Jeffery D. Ramey Elkhorn City, Ky. Biology Linda Ramey Pikeville, Ky. Business Education Katherine A. Reasor Fleming, Ky. Business Rayanna Reeves West Palm Beach, Fla. Psychology Deborah K. Ritchie Hazard, Ky. Music Education Howard Vincent Roberts Pikeville, Ky. Accounting Bill Mike Runyon Paintsville, Ky. P.E. and Sociology 23 S3 Chavethip Sangsophit Bangkok, Thailand Art Larry Sayer Ravenswood, W. Va. Sociology Carolyn Slone Hindman, Ky. Art Education Pauletta Smith Betsy Layne, Ky. Music Education ■«■ m am, «■■■■■»- Carl Steele Pikeville, Ky. Biology and Chemistry Sharon Steffey Dwale, Ky. Math Danny Stevens Salyersville, Ky. Psychology 24 Shelia Ann Stoke Pikeville, Ky. Accounting Suriyon Suwathep Pikeville, Ky. Art Flora Tackett Grethel, Ky. Elementary Education Ethel Thornsberry Hindman, Ky. Elementary Education Blanche L. Swanston Pikeville, Ky. Elementary Education Beverly Venters Pikeville, Ky. Biology Johnny Williamson Pikeville, Ky. Bus. Ad. and Psychology Linda T. Wright Prestonsburg, Ky. Psychology Rick Wright Pikeville, Ky. Business Ad. 25 Homecoming activities for 1977 began on Wednesday evening, December 14 at 9 p.m. when " Survive " was presented in Chrisman Auditorium. A disco party was held Thursday night from 8 p.m. until midnight in the cafeteria. On Friday morning at 10:30 the cheerleaders conducted a Pep Rally in Faith Chapel. Homecoming queen candidates and attendants were introduced while the pep band played. At 6:30 p.m. on Friday the traditional homecoming parade moved through downtown Pikeville, starting at the college gym and including members of the basketball team and coaching staff, homecom- ing queen candidates and attendants, Miss Pike County Kathi Mullins, area high school bands, the pep band, and the cheerleaders. A concert featuring singer guitarist Erin Issac occurred at 9 p.m. Friday in Chrisman Auditorium. The homecoming basketball game began at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 17 at the Pikevklle High School gym. The Bears hosted Berea in a conference game which resulted in a loss for the Bears. Kay Blackburn a senior music education major from Betsy Layne, was crowned homecoming queen during halftime ceremonies at the game. She reigned over the homecoming dance at Mullins High School from 8 p.m. until midnight Saturday night. Music was presented by Tyrone Smith and Charade. The week ' s activities ended with an all night bowling party at the Starlite Bowling Center from midnight until 5 a.m. All the events were open to students, faculty, staff, administration and alumni. 26 HUH nHMMWKH BHBHBB HflHHHH Chavethip Sangsophit escorted by Johnny Wil- liamson SENIOR ATTENDANTS Regina Potts escorted by Ben Johnson Kay Blackburn escorted by Tommy Dale Clark Kathy Johnson escorted by Butch Pfister JUNIOR ATTENDANTS Joan Ward escorted by Keith McCoy i .m i r-i Lisa Billiter escorted by Howard Roberts - ' • ; SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS Cheryl Wright escorted by Ed Powell 30 Wada McCown escorted by Greg McCown FRESHMEN ATTENDANTS Susan Allen escorted by Bill Staggs ,. . ■ BH ._ .. _ HmOHHI •» SPECIAL COLLeCTIONS ALLARA LIBRARY PiKEVfLLE COLLEGE PfKEVJLLE KV The night setting of December 16 added an appropriate background for the Pikeville College Homecoming pa- rade. Pikeville High School Marching Band Freshmen attendants Susan Allen and Wada McCown Sophomore attendants Cheryl Wright and Lisa Billiter. thirty-four Junior Attendants Kathy Johnson Joan Ward Senior Attendant Kay Blackburn Senior Attendant Regina Potts Senior Attendant Chavethip Sangsophit thirty-five rmmm BHHBHttaHHI DR. JACKSON O. HALL PRESIDENT OF PIKEVILLE COLLEGE thirty-six PIKEVILLE COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS President of the College and of the Corporation Chairman of the Board Vice Chairman of the Board Secretary of the Board Assistant Secretary Vice President for Business Affairs and Treasurer Dr. Jackson O. Hall Wilfred S. Martin Charles B. Chrisman Lon B. Rogers William J. Baird III Richard A. Jackson CLASS OF 1978 CLASS OF 1979 William J. Baird III John B. DuPuy John H. Galbreath James G. Hobbs Leonard F. McCoy Leonard B. Marshall, Jack T. Page Henry D. Stratton David A. Zegeer Jr. Victor L. Baer Paul G. Blazer, Jr. Donald J. Blickwede Jack H. Boelens Charles D. Broaddus Charles B. Chrisman Eugenia Rea Jarrell Paul E. Patton Walter P. Walters CLASS OF 1980 Eugene M. Bane Bruce Clinesmith Daniel W. Martin Wilfred S. Martin William L. Mullen Thomas B. Ratliff Lon B. Rogers George F. Walker EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: CHARLES CHRISMAN thirty-seven ADMINISTRATION Marie V. Tarpey Vice President for Academic Affairs Imogene Johnson Dean of Students Richard A. Jackson Vice President for Business Affairs J. Thomas Johnson Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Housing Helen Babel Vice President for Development and Public Relations Jane Johnson Registrar thirty-eight Dan C. Adams Dean of Admissions William Little Admissions Counselor Rev. Dr. Roger Keller Minister to the College Gary Anderson Director of Security r 9 David Goodin Associate Director of Security Sara Falls Director of Public Relations thirty-nine Paul Falin Director of Athletics Head Basketball Coach Dr. Judith Harris Director of Appalachian Graduate Consortium ( Gary Thrash Assistant Administrator Mining Technology Randy McCoy Part-time Admissions Counselor William Aguilar Director of the Library Phillip Roddy Assistant Librarian forty DIVISION OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Dr. Presley Pendergrass CHAIRMAN Professor of Educaton Sue Lail Chairwoman Department of Education and Associate Professor of Education Robert Mayfield Chairman Department of Psychology and Assistant Professor of Psychology 4 Jewel Cline Instructor of Early Childhood Education Sandra M. Branam Marian L. Yarus Robert Lester Assistant Director Instructor of Instructor of Center for Continuing Education Physical Education Psychology Mel Ponton Assistant Professor of Educailon mm ' mtmM: ¥ + Paul Butcher Associate Professor Physical Education Mary Ann Ghosal Assistant Professor Education John Lamanca Instructor Physical Education Kathy Sohn Assistant Professor Education Mark Sohn Associate Professor Education Leonard Roberts Professor of Education Charles Francis Assistant Professor of Secondary Education Chloteel Woofter Administrative Assistant Teacher Corps Program DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIES Russell Patterson Chairman Department of Fine Arts Associate Professor of Music Harold Branam Chairman Department of Languages and Religion and Associate Professor of English Dr. Jerry L. Harris CHAIRMAN Associate Professor English Alma Culton Associate Professor of Religion B.G. McCloud Phyllis Dayer Associate Professor Instructor of of Music French Alvin Stinnett Jim Andy Caudi sociate Professor Associate of German Professor of Music Janice Ford Assistant Professor of Art Curtis Brossmer Instructor of Music Paula Pendergrass Associate Professor of English Diana Duffin Instructor of Music forty-four Bobby Ford Associate Professor of English Jonathan B. Brown Instructor of Music Duna Combs Adjunct Instructor of Art Dr. Roger Keller Associate Professor of Religion DIVISION OF SCIENCE Dr. Maurice Bailey CHAIRMAN Professor of Chemistrv I Dr. Larry Darlage Chairman Department of Science and Mathematics Associate Professor of Chemistry Gertrude Ison Associate Professor of Mathematics Dr. Roger Warren Associate Professor of Mathematics James Ramsey Chairman Department of Industrial and Mining Technology Associate Professor of Mining Technology Glenn Brown Associate Professor of Biology ■ " Catef r. ¥ •4 .- ' forty-five r »■ Don E. Hall Instructor of Mining Technology Dr. Jitendra Kumar Ghosal Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. Frank Bailey Adjunct Professor of Mathematics Dr. Lois Esham Assistant Professor of Biology . Judith Bentley Instructor Mining Technology forty-six DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES •at Dr. Stephen Fritz CHAIRMAN Associate Professor of History Harold M. Curnutte Chairman Department of Business and Economics Instructor of Accounting Dr. Embrey Howson Chairman Department of Social Sciences Associate Professor of History Virgil O. Turner Associate Professor Political Science forty-seven E lSKX nlS Pam Lail Instructor of Business Peggy Davis Instructor of Anthropology and Sociology Carolyn Falin Instructor of Business Education Rediford Damron Professor Emeritus Mary Ann Giffin Instructor of Economics i ask James Donald Lail Instructor of Accounting SPECIAL SERVICES William Paul Luxmore Director Special Programs and Assistant Professor of Education Elaine Patterson Coordinator Special Programs Debbie Engle Tutor Co-Ordinator Russell MCIntosh Talent Search Recruiter Rhonda Perkins Office Manager forty-nine Charlene Adams Secretary Financial Aid Department William H. Newsome Director Financial Aid and Veteran Affairs fifty Lula Nicholson Talent Search Co-Ordinator Jerry Martin Talent Search Recruiter Ann Stewart Upward Bound Co-Ordinator JUNIOR CLASS 1977-78 fifty-one £T353IBX! r £nSl JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS FRONT JENNIFER CURRIE BACK NORMA BOYD MARCIA SMITH LEE SMITH GREG KEENE fifty-two 1 J Jeff Adkins Pikeville, Ky. Lola J. Adkins Pikeville, Ky. LaBraun L. Andrews Cincinnati, Oh. George H. Bailey Hellier, Ky. Cathy L. Bartley Ashcamp, Ky. Terry Blackburn Johns Creek, Ky. Norma Boyd Harold, Ky. Robert Carlton Williamson, W. Va. Esk AW. -°N WE. ?: MS Jane Ann Chapman Inez, Ky. Linda G. Church Feds Creek, Ky. Tommy Dale Clark Pikeville, Ky. Steve Collier Pikeville, Ky. fifty-three ' »■■ . ' : Bonnie S. Collins Prestonsburg, Ky. Colleen Compton Allen, Ky. Maria Cullins Zanesville, Oh. Jennifer Currie Toronto, Can. Joyce Lynn Dotson Columbus, Oh. Cindy Fehr Chalfont, Pa. Alina Elkins Pikeville, Ky. William Flanary Virgie, Ky. Sherry Fletcher Grundy, Va. Behrooz Karim Gadeh Pikeville, Ky. Jimmy Green Elkhorn City, Ky. Gary Griffey Benham, Ky. fifty-four t Ward Hale Pikeville, Ky. Darlene Hall Etty, Ky. Gary Hampton Virgie, Ky. Sharon Hatfield Pikeville, Ky. Linda Home Pikeville, Ky. Jimmy Huffman Pikeville, Ky. Tammi Justice Pikeville, Ky. Debby L. Keen Pikeville, Ky. Greg Keene Steele, Ky. Judy Keene Virgie, Ky. Glenda Lawson McDowell, Ky. Scott Lemon Cambridge, Oh. Jennifer McClanahan Grundy, Va. Kathi Mullins Melvin, Ky. Micki Newsome Virgie, Ky. Mike Pierce Ironton, Oh. fifty-five .. , .■- ' •■ Keith Pinson Mullins, Ky. Claudette Potter Shelby Gap, Ky. Sithisin Ramyrupa Bangkok, Thailand Rita Ratliff Elkhorn City, Ky. Vicki Ratliff Elkhorn City, Ky. Carole Rice Prestonburg, Ky. fifty-six Robert Salyer Elkhorn City, Ky. Joyce T. Sanders Mouthcard, Ky. Lee Smith Pikeville, Ky. Marcia Smith Pikeville, Ky. Lois Tackett Harold, Ky. Debbie Taylor Pikeville, Ky. Randall Thompson Pikeville, Ky. Sprungphon Vongniyom Khon Kaen, Thailand Joan Ward Grapevine, Ky. Vanessa Wright Dorton, Ky. Carlette Young Grundy, Va. fifty-seven ■■..»,■ ■mmmm. wmmnrnm Fire in Wickham! Actually, other than smoke and water damage, the November 16 blaze was confined to a third floor storage room. The fifty men residents were relocated to rooms in Pa ge Hall . . . and Wickham remains closed as a dormitory until all fire regulations are satisfied. fifty-eight fifty-nine Hi-fifi MMMMii fmttwKsnntHa mKlsnam tatWtm Kmfm Timely topic for eastern Kentucy: ENERGY! The S H Foundation provided our Division of the Socia Sciences with funds to present a forum on the Energy Crisis and Eastern Kentucky October 17 and 18 sixty We trudged through the winter of 1977-78 carefully. Threats of energy cut- backs made us cautious about leaving heat and lights of on unnecessarily. Nearly two feet of snow saw us wearing boots, gloves, caps, and scarves . . . not to mention buying all the snow shovels available in Pikeville. They were put to good use, clearing the " 99 " and other steps, sidewalks, and pathways. The snow had its fun too. We all worked together and shared great fun, sledding down the hill beside the Armington Building, com- peting in snow " person " contest, dancing in the den, and taking time to read, relax, and study. I sixty-one ■., a mm i wmmi HBHHi B i HBnnUHHHHiBHl sixty-two A consortium arrangement among Pikeville College, the Methodist Hospital of Kentucky, and Eastern Kentuky University provides this region with an associate degree program in nursing. Students enrolled in the program are part-time Pikeville registrants. Their clinical experiences take place at the hospital and their courses are administered by Eastern, which actually grants their degrees. Far from having a " man without a country " feeling, OUR nursing students often live on campus, participate in all student activities, and have the same rights and privileges as other Pike- ville students. After all, they are a part of us and most likely will stay around to serve the health care needs of the people of this region! Second year students: (1-r) Diana Salisbury, Norma Barton, Furnell Rife, Ann Young, Paul Kinney, and David Kiser. First year students: (1-r) Teresa Blackburn, Lenetta Bevins, Kathy Khoshreya, Deborah Saunders, Debra Cherryholmes, Joan Mullins, and Teresa Hampton. Second row (1-r) Teresa Newsome, Mavis Johnson, Debra Bentley, Lona Casebolt, Pat Bradley, Paula Collins, Susan Spears, Malta Stanley, Teresa Maggard, Tambra Wright, and Cheryl Wright. sixty-three D mamrn am V Dr. Hall (right) welcomes Coach Paul Falin (left) to Pikeville College. Beginning August 1, 1977, with incredible patience, diplomacy, and calm determination, Paul Falin accepted and endured the enormous difficulties of athletic director and basketball coach for our Bears. Five a.m. practice sessions; borrowing city and county school gyms; rearranging scheduled games; working with virtually no budget and inadequate moral support; and losing valuable players to family sickness, injuries, and academic deficiencies. We are grateful to Paul Falin for keeping it together . . . giving us a basketball program we are proud of under circum- stances most coaches wouldn ' t have touched. He ' s a gentleman of the highest caliber and we thank him for having taken a year of his time to make it possible for the Bears to approach the 1978-79 season with renewed optimism and enthusiasm. sixty-four PIKEVILLE COLLEGE BEARS sixty-five . ' ■WlllirwlWBMBBWE BASEBALL TEAM Paul Butcher t A I i ■ jm f|p . j -- « f First Row L-R: Charles Kelly Jordan, Michael Fleet Johnson, Bill Mike Runyon, Bill Avery Riddle, Dave Colucci. Second Row L-R: David Childers, Tom Stroehlein, Tim Rice, Dwight Bastin, William " Butch " Pfister. Third Row L-R: Michael Mullins, Tim Watson, Dennis Scott, Larry Sayre, Keith McCoy. Coached by Paul Butcher. March April 14 Kentucky State 16 Kentucky State 30 Campbellsville 1 Union 4 Georgetown 8 Cumberland 12 Berea 15 Campbellsville 18 Union 22 Georgetown 26 Cumberland 29 Berea sixty-six L-R: Bill Mike Runyon, Butch Pfister, Steven Rice, Lee Smith, Lyle Blackburn. Coach Warren, kneeling. April 4 Practice Round for K.I. G.I. 14 Kentucky Intercollegiate 15 Kentucky Intercollegiate 19 Cumberland Invitational 17 Asbury Invitational 22 Berea Invitational 24 Georgetown Invitational May 5 Pikeville Invitational 10 K.I.A.C. N.A.I. A. practice round 11 K.I.A.C. N.A.I.A. 12 K.I.A.C. N.A.I.A. GOLF TEAM Roger Warren Coach sixty-seven mm ■HHIHHHHHlHHHnnHHHHHHHHi TENNIS TEAM William Newsome, coach March April 5 26 7 Clingh Valley Campbellsville Union 12 23 Clinch Valley Berea 23 Cumberland 29 Bellarmine May 5, 6, 7 KIAC L-R: Lee Smith, John Coleman, Kenneth Hawkins, Coach Newsome. BASKETBALL COACHING STAFF Assistant Coach Randy McCoy and Head Coach Paul Falin Mike Mullins Equipment Manager Jimmy Carter Statistician Paul Mike Mullins Trainer sixty-nine —- . HBHBaHH VARSITY BASKETBALL Back Row: Coach Randy McCoy, Tyrone Dunn, Larry West, Chuck Wilson, David Rowe, Robert Moore, LaBraun Andrews, Darius Henley, Rick Hatfield, Vince Chambers, Coach Paul Falin. Front row: Jimmy Carter, Terry Hawkins, Eddie Kelly, Robert Jones, Mike Mullins. seventy November 4 10 18-19 26-27 December 3 8 10 13 17 28-29 January 3 7 9 11 14 16 17 19 21 23 28 February 4 9 11 14 23, 25 Marathon Oil Scotland Optimist Tip-Off Tournament Bellarmine Invitational Tournament Rio Grande Lincoln Memorial Cumberland Carson-Newman Berea Ranger Classic Gerogetown Campbellsville Union Morris-Harvey Berea Lincoln Memorial Tennessee Wesleyen Thomas More Transylvania Campbellsville Cumberland Georgetown Union Thomas More Carson-Newman 3 2 KIAC Tournament Home Home Away Away Away Home ome Home Home Away Home Away Home Away Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Away Away Away Home Away seventy-one JUNIOR VARSITY Left to Right: Coach Randy McCoy, Bobby Clark, Frankie Watkins, Ed Powell, Barry Tilford, Danzell Griffin, Lanorris Gibson, Curtis Wingard, Jimmy Rose, Mike Gulley, John Coats, and manager Paul Mike Mullins November 4 U.K. Law School Home 14 Calvary College Away December 3 Rio Grande Away 10 Cumberland College Away January 3 Trivette Trucking Home 21 Calvary College Home 28 Cumberland College Home February 11 U.K. Law School Home seventy-two PIKEVILLE COLLEGE CHEERLEADERS Marion Yarus Sponsor Left to Right: Susan Allen, Kay Blackburn, Robin Vaughan, Mary Crum, Devonnia McQueen, Wada McCown, captain seventy-three ■ : ■ ■ ■SMMHSBRi A sabbatical is an earned privelage that is infrequently granted to faculty members at small colleges such as Pikeville. Dr. Stephen Fritz, chairman of the Division of Social Sciences and associate professor of history, earned this distinction this year. He and his family (wife Patricia and sons Alexander and Andrew) left for Oxford, England in December so that Dr. Fritz could study at Queens College under Dr. Kenneth O. Morgan. Morgan is the most prominent Lloyd George scholar in the world. Fritz is writing a book about George that is tentatively titled " British Peace Diplomacy in the 1920 ' s " . In order to qualify for a sabbatical, a faculty member must have completed five years of continous service to the college and upon his return must commit himself to a minimum of one year with the college. We congratulate Dr. Fritz on his pursuit of scholarly research and recognize that it is this kind of dedication to excellance, exhibited by so many of our faculty members, that makes Pikeville College an interesting, provacative place in which each of us can grow together, share ideas and enjoy learning experiences. seventy-four SOPHOMORE CLASS 1977-78 seventy-five ■ HBHhHhHHH H MH1 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FRONT LEFT TO RIGHT: DEBBIE JONES S.G.A. REPRESENTATIVE ELLEYN VARNEY SARGEANT-AT-ARMS LISA BILLITER PRESIDENT LINDA GAIL NUNN TREASURER BACK: RANDY ROBERTS VICE-PRESIDENT seventy-six Jerry Abshire Millard, Ky. Mining Tech. Jeff Alexander Beaver Dam, Ky. Mining Tech. fl W ' K j - H fc._ ' ■ ' m - ■ m 5 ,» Hj T » v i Mary Sue Bates Hi Hat, Ky. Wilda Abshire Belcher, Ky. Bruce T. Atwood Matewan, W. Va. Mining Tech. Tammy Bates Melvin, Ky. Charlene Adams Elkhorn City, Ky. Darrell Ballengee Ironton, Oh. Greg Billiter Pikeville, Ky. Mining Tech. Kenneth Adkins Matewan, W. Va. Mining Tech. Norma Barton Elkhorn City, Ky. Nursing Lisa Billiter Pikeville, Ky. Lolita Campbell Prestonsburg, Ky. Genoa Castle Pikeville, Ky. Maurice Caudill Van, Ky. Mining Tech. Ann Chapman Paintsville, Ky. seventy-seven wmmmammMMiMimm i t Charles Combs Hindman, Ky. Mining Tech. David Childers Virgie, Ky. Abel DeLeon Cecelia, Ky. Mining Tech. Katherine Easterling Rockhouse, Ky. Ricky Charles Pikeville, Ky. Mining Tech. Steve Coleman Pikeville, Ky. Emma Daugherty Mouthcard, Ky. Letha Elkins Jenkins, Ky. Norma Childers Cumberland, Ky. Michael Collins Williamson, W. Va. Nursing Betsy Davis Johns Creek, Ky. L ' George Fields Belfry, Ky. Mining Tech. seventy-eight Ron Fields Wheelersburg, Oh. T, Jeffrey Ford Pikeville, Ky. Archie Fugate Drift, Ky. Joseph Fuller Feds Creek, Ky. Mining Tech. Ricky Gray- Lewis Pikeville, Ky. Freda Greer Virgie, Ky. Mike Gulley Clinchco, Va. Johnnie Hall Topmost, Ky. Darius E. Henley Logan, W. Va. Tenesia Hess Grundy, Va. Pat Jacobs Garrett, Ky. seventy-nine » ■ ' Greer Jackson Wheelwright, Ky. Benjamin Johnson Virgie, Ky. Mary Johnson Jenkins, Ky. Mining Tech. Terri Johnson Virgie, Ky. Debbie Jones Pikeville, Ky. Beverly Jo Justice Pikeville Ky. Deborah Justus Hurley, Va. Lannie Keen Pikeville, Ky. Wanda Kelley Shelby Gap, Ky. Grayson Layne Kimper, Ky. Kathy Leibee Ashland, Ky. Robert Linkous Wise, Va. Mining Tech. Margie Little Caney Creek, Ky. Ramona Little Pikeville, Ky. Sandra Low Pikeville, Ky. Shelia Lowe Seymour, Ct. eighty 1 ' m Mm L L W raf. ■rmm, K z • F Eft - M% 1M m Teresa Maggard Jenkins, Ky. Nursing Connie McCoy Pikeville, Ky. Keith D. McCoy Hazard, Ky. Jennifer Morton Pikeville, Ky. DeVonnia McQueen Evarts, Ky. Mining Tech. Mike Newsome McDowell, Ky. Mining Tech. Linda Gail Nunn Pikeville, Ky. Charles Ooten Naugatuck, W. Va. Mining Tech. Jim Pfau Grundy, Va. Julie Phillips Prestonsburg, Ky. Debbie Pinson Johns Creek, Ky. Dereck Ratliff Elkhorn City, Ky. Mining Tech. eighty-one Calvin Reed Jenkins, Ky. Mining Tech. k Kirk Saltsman Wellston, Oh. Bill Riddle Pikeville, Ky. Dennis Scott Covington, Ky. Furnell Rife Harold, Ky. Nursing (mm ■H mm Kevin Shope Ironton, Oh. Randy Roberts Pikeville, Ky. Susan Slone Hurley, Va. Marc Sturgill Pikeville, Ky. Steve Thornbury Canada, Ky. Mining Tech. Linda Thornsbury Virgie, Ky. Rhonda Webb Phyllis, Ky. Mark Dwayne Whittaker Hartford, Ky. Mining Tech. Elleyn Varney Pikeville, Ky. Cheryl Wright Dorton, Ky. Nursing eighty-two Earl Coleman Housekeeping Foreman Sarah Tolzman Head Resident Condit Hall Dean Tolzman Manager ARA Food Services Joyce Robinson ARA Food Services Mrs. Gary Compton ARA Food Services George Bentley Housekeeping Helen Anderson Housekeeping eighty-three MHHHBHiilllHBDUn BHHn Carolyn Bevins Secretary Development Office Virginia Ward Cashier Business Office Betty Taylor Accounts Payable Cleric Business Office Betty Sue White Secretary Academic Affairs Office Darlene Starnes Coordinator of Student Accounts Business Office Cora Nunn eighty-four Secretary Alumni Affairs Office Ruth King Manager Bookstore Eva Ponton Secretary President ' s Office FRESHMAN CLASS 1977-78 eighty-five HraHBiiilnSHmBSmHHH HHm FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT CURTIS WINGARD S.GA. REPRESENTATIVE JIMMY CARTER SECRETARY-TREASURER STEPHAINE SHUMATE PRESIDENT TIM RICE VICE PRESIDENT eighty-six II Jennifer Adams Belcher, Ky. Janet Adkins Pikeville, Ky. Susan Allen Pikeville, Ky. Joey Anderson Pikeville, Ky. Linda Baker Fishtrap, Ky. Cheryl Ball Pinsonfork, Ky. Tim Bartee Portsmouth, Oh. Mitzi Bates Hindman, Ky. Kathi Belcher Belcher, Ky. Mossie Belcher Phelps, Ky. Debra Bently Neon, Ky. Joe Berry S. Williamson, Ky. eighty-seven ■ Betty Billiter Shelbiana, Ky. Bobby Blackburn Feds Creek, Ky. Lyle Blackburn Pikeville, Ky. Susan Blackburn Big Creek, Ky. Shelia Blankenship Phelps, Ky. ■HB Vertrice Brown Robinson Creek, Ky. David Burke Pikeville, Ky. Lucille Burke Virgie, Ky. Jimmy Carter Pikeville, Ky. Susan Castle Salyersville, Ky. „„ „ j, i Debra Cherryholmes Pikeville, Ky. Tim Childers Hellier, Ky. Bobby Clark Westwood, Ky. Jim Clark Betsy Layne, Ky. Kenneth Click Hindman, Ky. John Coats Logan, W. Va. eighty-eight Johnny Coleman Elkhorn City, Ky. Patsy Coleman Millard, Ky. Mike Collier Pikeville, Ky. Tim Collins Pikeville, Ky. Robert Cornett Hindman, Ky. Dexter Counts Haysi, Va. Karen Cox Lebanon, Va. Kathy Damron Virgie, Ky. Joe Damron Pikeville, Ky. Manual Davis Pikeville, Ky. Tony DeLong Turkey Creek, Ky. Cathy Ferguson Wheelwright, Ky. eighty-nine HhHmI HHHHHiBiHUIIHH Tim Finn Covington, Ky. Marvin Francis Brushy Creek, Ky. Harold Fuller Feds Creek, Ky. Donald Gartin Ch apmanville, W. Va. Adolphus Gbere Pikeville, Ky. LaNorris Gibson Melbourne, Fla. Henry Maigua Gichinga Kenya, Nairobi Ray Gillam Columbus, Oh. Herby Goff Pikeville, Ky. Cathy Gondeck Lena, Wis. Danny Hall Cromona, Ky. Debby Hall Galveston, Ky. Denny Hall Pikeville, Ky. Jay Hall Whitesburg, Ky. Teresa Hall Martin, Ky. John Hamilton Beaver, Ky. ninty Kenneth Hawkins Elkhorn City, Ky. Lynette Hill Betsy Layne, Ky. Charles Holland Lookout, Ky. Brian Humphrey Westwood, Ky. Katherine Hurt Pikeville, Ky. Dewey Jamerson Wheelwright, Ky. Lisa Johnson Dorton, Ky. Jody Jones Virgie, Ky. Kelly Jordan Jacksonville, Fla. Phyllis Jude Pil grim, Ky. ninty-one wuhhhmhi ■■■■ ' ■ ' , ' -:-T ' : Deborah Keene Pikeville, Ky. Eddie Kelly Elkhorn City, Ky. Glenn Kidd Harold, Ky. Ryan King Pikeville, Ky. Sherry King Pikeville, Ky. Phyllis Little Millard, Ky. Sandra Lowe Pikeville, Ky. Bill Lucas Westwood, Ky. Pakawadee Mahaphanit Bangkok, Thailand Wada McCown Pikeville, Ky. Kathy Mullins Elkhorn City, Ky. Vivan Mullins Pikeville, Ky. ninty-two Steve Newsom Pikeville, Ky. Teresa Newsom Virgie, Ky. Culhayne Nickles Litt Carr, Ky. Delores Parke Millard, Ky. Steve Potter Haysi, Va. Ed Powell New Port Richey, Fla. Betty Pruitt Ford ' s Branch, Ky. Ernestine Ray Pikeville, Ky. Jennifer Ratliff Meta, Ky. Stephen C. Rice Betsy Layne, Ky. Tim Rice Betsy Layne, Ky. Hermmia Rivera Prestonsburg, Ky. ' v V David Rowe Westwood, Ky. Teressa Runyon Sidney, Ky. Elizabeth Russell Kitts Hill, Oh. umMw, Wilburn Samons Banner, Ky. ninty-three pfBH WnmmmSKlBammmJnfi Teresa Scott Wayland, Ky. Stephanie Shumate S. Webster, Oh. Marcia Slone Hindman, Ky. Kenneth Smith Ransom, Ky. Leatrice Smith Sidney, Ky. Mark Smith Wheelwright, Ky. nmHHHMHHH Glema Spears Harold, Ky. Bill Staggs Pikeville, Ky. Diana Steele Elkhorn City, Ky. Kathryn Stratton Pikeville, Ky. Ronnie Sturdivant Hindman, Ky. Charlene Sullivan Feds Creek, Ky. ninty-four Wanda Taylor Pikeville, Ky. Barry Tilford Georgetown, Ky. Robin Vaughan Phelps, Ky. Don Walker Whitesburg, Ky. Steven E. Ward McDowell, Ky. Timmy Watson Jacksonville, Fla. Debra Webb Pikeville, Ky. Jimmy Webb Whitesburg, Ky. George Whitins Paintsville, Ky. David Willett Pikeville, Ky. Curtis Wingard Xenia, Oh. Tammy Wright Pikeville, Ky. Mavis Yates Pikeville, Ky. ninty-five Q PIKEVILLE COLLEGE SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE Jonathan Bruce Brown, Conductor Flutes Joan Ward Marcia Smith Sarah Baker Oboe Kathy Mullins Clarinets Kathy Leibee Betsy Davi s Roger Keller Vickie Kimberlain Alton Clarinet Linda Gail Nunn Bass Clarinet Lisa Billiter Alto Saxophones Pauletta Smith Alina Elkins Tenor Saxophone Paula Elkins Baritone Saxophone Kirk Saltsman Horns Deborah Ritchie Kay Blackburn Brian Humphrey Ben Johnson Trumpets John Beavers Regina Potts Elaine Horner Scott Lemon Ron Fields Bruce Hehl Charles Holland Trombones Mike Pierce Randall Thompson Stephen C. Rice Tim Childers Euphonium Kevin Shope Tubas Mark McCoy Paul Rader John Hamilton Percussion Lee Burke Steve Collier Bill Lucas Mike Collier Debbie Blevins ninety-six Pikeville College Concert Choir Sopranos Lisa Billiter Kay Blackburn Lolitta Campbell Jennifer Currie Betsy Davis Elizabeth Russell Marcia Slone Marcie Smith Basses Kevin Coleman Ron Fields David Goodman Gary Griffey Ward Hale John Hamilton Johathan Harris Bruce Hehl Brian Humphrey Mike Pierce Steve Rice Kevin Shope Randall Thompson Altos Deborah Blevins Alina Elkins Paula Elkins Elaine Horner Lisa Johnson Debbie Justice Kathy Leibee Cathy Mullins Linda Gail Nunn Regina Potts Deborah Ritchie Pauletta Smith Joan Ward Tenors John Beavers Jerry Bishop Scott Lemon Kirk Saltsman Appalachian Community Choir Sopranos Alice Baker Carolyn Childress Sharon Hall Laura Harris Carolyn Justice Flo Beth Keller Elaine Patterson Olive Proudfoot Millie Reed Basses Bruce Brown Steve Collier Perry Cline John Fanning Greg Howson Reggie Smith Carl Steele Jerry Waddell Roger Keller Altos Virginia Damron Audrey Fanning Hannah Fanning Sharon Hall Janet Howson Kathy Petot Sydonna Prichard Jean Shockey Delores Slone Tenors Charles Deaton Diane Jackson Joe Justice Bob Likins Joe Lions Eddie Prichard South Whitt ninety-seven Ww nmfvrmantmWMmlfmTWTWn FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB Pikeville College Foreign Language and International Students Club (left to right): row 1 Chavethip Sangsophit, student government representative; Sithisin Ranyarupa; Susan Allen, treasurer; Pakawadee Mahapanit; row 2 — Howard Roberts, president; Visid Are- kardiphard; Alvin Stinnett and Phyllis M. Dayer, advisers. Annually, the Foreign Language and International Students Club spon- sors Foreign Language and Culture Week. In March of 1978 this event was presented with displays of items from other countries shown daily in the lobby of the Armington Building. Above, club member Debby Keen and advisor Phyllis Dayer are on hand to describe display items to visitors. Other events hosted during the week included foreign movies, workshops, dinners, and slide shows. Foreign Language and Culture Week encouraged club adviser Phyllis Dayer to adorn international attire during the display of items from other countries. ninety-eight STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION fa pr Pikeville College Student Government Associ- ation officers (left to right): Connie McCoy, treasurer; Johnny E. Williamson, vice presi- dent; Howard Roberts, president; and Debbie Jones, secretary. The Student Government Association consists of members of the student body who meet regularly to discuss student concerns and to plan social activities for students. In addition, SGA represents students at faculty meetings and Board of Trustees ' meetings. Members during 1977-78 included (left to right) row 1 — Randy Roberts, Johnny Williamson, Elleyn Varney, Darrell Mullins; row 2 — Greg Hall, Debbie Jones, Chavethip Sangsophit, Marcia Slone; row 3 — Howard Roberts, Connie McCoy, Curtis Wingard, Maria Cllins, and adviser J. Bruce Brown. Johnnie Beavers, Jr., senior music edu- cation major from Matewan, West Vir- ginia, served as president of SGA until January, 1978. ninety-nine DARLINGTON SCIENCE CLUB First row (1-r) Archie Fugate, Carl Steele, Elleyn Varney, Jerry King, adviser. Second row (1-r) Jeff Wright, Mitchell Parker, Dr. Larry Darlarge, advisor, Glen Brown, adviser Third row (1-r) George Bailey, Norma Bartly, Charlene Steele, Danny Hall. Fourth row (1-r) Phil Flanery Club officers front row (1-r) Carl Steele, president, Elleyn Varney, secretary. Second row (1-r) Phil Flanery, reporter, and Archie Fugate, vice-president. one hundred II HIGHLANDER STAFF RANDY ROBERTS Editor-in-Chief LISA BILLITER Assistant Editor LINDA THORNSBURY Organizations Editor PAM LAIL Faculty Advisor one hundred one ftBB mammmimim wMmumwammm ONCE UPON A MATTRESS The cast of " Once Upon A Mattress " during rehearsals for the musical fairy tale, presented by the Department of Fine Arts, Dr. Judith Harris, director, in November, 1977. The cast included students, faculty, administrators, and area business people. Russell Patter- son, chairman of the department of fine arts served as musical and technical director; Peggy Davis, faculty member in the division of the social sciences, was choreographer; Jonathan Bruce Brown, instructor of music, conducted the orchestra. The musical is based on the fairy tale of the Princess and the Pea and starred Sara Falls, director of public relations at the college, as Princess Winifred the Woebegone; Scott Lemon, student majoring in religion, as Prince Dauntless the Drab; Jack Wicker, vice president of the Bank Josephine in Prestons- burg, as King Sextimus the Silent; Peggy Davis as Queen Aggravain; Dr. Roger Keller, minister to the college, as the Minstrel; Dr. Jerry Harris, chairman of the division of the humanities, as the Wizard; Kirk Saltzman, music education major, as the Jester; Betsy Davis, music major, as Lady Larkin; and Dennis Walker of Prestonsburg as Sir Harry. Other cast members included Sherree Hunt, Elleyn Varney, Phyllis Dayer, Carolyn Bevins, Greg Keene, Steve Collier, Charles Deaton, and Joyce Dotson. one hundred two II Glenda Fraley, a teacher at Betsy Lane High School, served as one of the college ' s student teaching advisers, supervising the classroom instructional work of Beverly Venters. Supervising Pikeville College music education majors Elaine Horner, Jonathan Harris, and Debbie Blevins was Janet Howson, music teacher at Pikeville Elementary School. I € ¥k Allen Central High School biology teacher Lowell Martin served as the supervising teacher for Pikeville College student Jeffrey Ramey. Pikeville High School choral director Sydonna Prichard super- vised the student teaching of students Elaine Horner, Pauletta Smith, Jonathan Harris and Kay Blackburn. one hundred three JHUIBHWHlMiW— BWI Pikeville College student Nancy Helvey with supervising teacher Shirley Layne, business instructor at Johns Creek High where Nancy did her student teaching in the fall of 1977. Grundy (VA) Senior High biology teacher Edwin Caudill was the supervising teacher for Pikeville College student Nina Deel in the fall of 1977. Allen Central ' s Howard Wallen, physical education teach- er, supervised the student teaching of Gary Branham in the fall of 1977. PIKEVILLE COLLEGE SECOND ANNUAL ACADEMIC HONORS CONVOCATION Faith Chapel April 5,1978 10:50 A.M. President Jackson O. Hall Presiding Prelude: Adagio Cantabile Mr. Bill McCloud, Organist Braga Associate Professor of Music Invocation Rev. Dr. Roger R. Keller Minister to the College Welcome Dr. Jackson O. Hall President Hymn (No. 131) Come, Christians Join to Sing Prayer of Thanksgiving and Confession Rev. Dr. Roger R. Keller Assurance of Pardon Rev. Dr. Roger R. Keller Hymn (No. 1) Praise Ye the Lord, the Almighty Scripture Lesson and Meditation Rev. Dr. Roger R. Keller Presentation of Honor Students Dr. Marie V. Tarpey Vice President for Academic Affairs Dean ' s List, Spring Semester 1977 Dean ' s List, Fall Semester 1977 Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Congratulations Dr. Jackson O. Hall President Postlude: The Gates of the Temple Mr. Bill McCloud, Organist Gabriel Smith one hundred five I p HHP HHHHHHI Hi m SPRING FORMAL Spring Queen and Court (left to right): Bill Staggs, escort of Susan Allen, freshman attendant; Dale Batton escort of Jennifer Currie, junior attendant; Ben Johnson, es- cort, of Chavethip Sangsophit, spring queen; Greg Keene, escort of Pauletta Smith, senior atten- dant; Butch Pfister, escort of Kathy Johnson, junior attendant; and Johnny Williamson, escort of Connie McCoy, sophomore atten- dant. Ben Johnson and Spring Queen Chavethip " Tip " Sangsophit, art major from Bang- kok, Thailand. Butch Pfister and Kathy Johnson, junior atten- dant Greg Keene (asleep) and Pauletta Smith, senior attendant one hundred six Dale Batton and Jennifer Currie, junior attendant The Spring Formal was held at the Holiday Inn (Landmark Motel) and was sponsored by the Student Government Association Johnny E. Williamson and sophomore attendant Connie Mc- Coy Bill Staggs and freshman attendant Susan Allen one hundred seven 1977 Spring Queen Betsy Davis, escorted by Assistant Dean of Students Dr. J. Thomas Johnson, crowned the 1978 Pikeville College Spring Queen, Chavethip Sangsophit. ' " PIKEHLLE COLLEGE IN PROFILE 1977-78 FACTS IN BRIEF PIKEVILLE, KENTUCKY 41501 President: Dr. Jackson 0. Hall Vice-President for Academic Affairs: Dr. Marie V. Tarpey Dean of Admissions: Dan C. Adams Admissions Counselors: Bill Little Gary Thrash _ _ Randy McCoy H 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.. fl wMb w Mondays through Fridays fl ■ H F during fall and winter I V B v 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ■V during summer HISTORY Pikeville College began providing educa- tional opportunities in eastern Kentucky in 1889 through the efforts of Drs. W. C. Con- dit, Samuel B. Alderson, and James P. Hen- dricks. The institution opened under the name of Pikeville Collegiate Institute and provided instruction from the first through the twelfth grades. In 1909 the Articles of Incorporation were amended and the name changed to Pike- ville College. At this time, the institution was empowered by the Commonwealth of Kentucky to confer degrees. Until 1955, Pikeville College operated as a junior college. Upper level courses were added during the 1955-56 year, with the awarding of the first baccalaureate degrees in May, 1957. Pikeville College was admitted to mem- bership in the Southern Association of Col- leges and Universities as a four-year institu- tion in 1961, having held membership in that association as a junior college since 1931. CURRICULUM Pikeville College ' s curriculum rests on a broad liberal arts foundation and provides high quality programs, courses, and activities for career and pre-professional education geared to regional and national needs. The entire curriculum emphasizes communica- tive and quantitative skills; independent thinking; toleration of diverse points of view; cultural, historical, and ethical awareness; and preparation for leadership. The curriculum also includes a program of developmental studies for responsible students who may be less than adequately prepared in certain areas. CHRISTIAN COMMITMENT As an independent, private institution historically affiliated with the United Pres- byterian Church, Pikeville College is com- mitted to promoting a Christian environ- ment with a pervading ecumenical spirit and a tolerance of varied ideas. The college stresses ethical and moral values in all areas of endeavor, both within the institution itself and within the surrounding community. ACCREDITATION Pikeville College is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities. The education programs are approved by the Kentucky Department of Education. The mining technology program is approved by the Mining En- forcement and Safety Administration. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Nearly any student who has a legiti- mate financial need can qualify for some type of financial assistance. Scholarships, grants, loans, and part-time employment are all available for students who demon- strate academic potential but whose re- sources are insufficient to meet the costs of higher education. Pikeville College is approved by the Veterans Administration for students who are eligible to receive educational benefits under the G. I. Bill of Rights. The college is also recognized as an approved institution for persons who are eligible for benefits through the Social Security Administration or Vocational Rehabilitation. ATHLETICS Pikeville College is a member of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Confer- ence (KIAC) and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Varsity sports included in intercollegiate competi- tion are basketball, baseball, golf, tennis, and soccer. i Intramural sports activities for both men and women are offered according to student desire and participation. STUDENT LIFE Three residence halls provide housing for students who wish to reside on campus. Wick- ham-Memorial and Page Halls house men, while Condit Hall serves as an on-campus resi- dence for women. Dining facilities are avail- able through the college cafeteria as well as a snack bar grill. A number of student organizations are active on campus, including a Commuter Club for students who live off-campus, Psychology Club, Student Government, student chapter of the Music Educators ' National Conference, Foreign Language and International Student Club, and the Peach Orchard Players. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Graduation from an accredited secon- dary school with a minimum of sixteen units (areas of emphasis in Engish, mathematics, foreign language, social sciences, natural sci- ences) or the equivalent as shown through examination such as the General Educational Development (GED) test is required for admission to the college. Potential students should also submit results from either the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) and a non- refundable $10.00 application fee. For more details, contact the Office of Admissions at 606-432-3161. TUITION AND FEES As a private higher education institution Pikeville College receives no tax appropriation from either the state or federal governments. The college seeks to provide excellent instruc- tion and services and satisfactory living and learning environments for students at moder- ate expense. The amounts listed here are subject to change as costs increase. Tuition for a full-time student (one tak- ing from 12 to 19 semester hours) is $687.50 per semester plus a $10.00 registration fee. A fee of $60.00 per semester hour is charged for part-time study. In most of the science classes, laboratory fees which range from $5.00 to $25.00 per class are assessed. Similarly, laboratory fees are charged for some courses in art, music, office administration, physical education, and education. A complete listing of these fees is posted during registration at the beg- inning of each semester. Resident students ' room rent per sem- ester is $275.00 for Wickham-Memorial Hall, $312.50 for Condit Hall, and $350.00 for Page Hall. Two meals plans are available for resi- dent students. Twenty-one meals per week will be provided in the college cafeteria at the rate of $350.00 per semester. Fifteen meals per week will be provided at the rate of $320.00 per semester. The meal plans are effective for the actual number of weeks that classes are in session. COURSES IN STUDY Baccalaureate degrees, which normally require four years of full-time study during the fall and winter terms, are available in the following major areas: Physical Education Phychology Education Secondary Education Exceptional Children Art Art Education English French Music Music Education Religion Biology Biology Education Chemistry Mathematics Medical Technology Accounting General Business History Sociology Political Science Baccalaureate minors are available in the following areas: Psychology Biology Education Chemistry Art Mathematics Art Education Accounting English General Business French Economics German History Music Sociology Religion Political Science Speech Drama Areas of Concentration in the Depart- ment of Business and Economics are avail- able in both Business Administration and Business Education. Associate degrees, which normally re- quire two years of full time study during the fall and winter terms, are available in the following major areas: Early Childhood Education Mining Technology Industrial Engineering Technology Accounting Secretarial Science Nursing Certificates, which normally require one year of full-time study during the fall and winter terms, are available in clerical studies and secretarial studies. one hundred nine Regina Potts of South Webster, Ohio, performed two senior recitals: one trumpet and one voice Lee Burke of Williamson, West Virginia, gave his senior recital on percussion instruments Debbie Ritchie performed her senior recital on the French horn. Other candidates giving recitals were Elaine Horner, piano; Johnny Beavers, piano and Pauletta Smith, piano. All candidates for the bachelor of music education or bachelor of arts in music must present a senior recital before members of the department of fine arts faculty; if this recital is judged acceptable, the students then perform a public recital. These are part of the requirements for all music majors at Pikeville College. one hundred ten PIKEVILLE COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT MAY 6, 1978 FAITH CHAPEL 2:00 P.M. one hundred eleven ffiiiwHlHHrai The academic procession begins each year at the Armington Science-Learning Center and proceeds through the area between the Derriana and the Administration Building to Record Memorial Building where commencement exercises are held in Faith Chapel. From left to right Walter P. Walters, trustee; Wilfred S. Martin, chairman of the Board of Trustees; Dr. Jackson O. Hall, president of the college; Dr. Presley Pendergrass, chairman of the division of human development; Dr. Ma- rie V. Tarpey, vice president for academic affairs; Dr. Jerry L. Harris, chairman of the division of the human- ities; Rev. Ben Sheldon, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Pikeville; Dr. Maurice Bailey, chairman of the division of science; and Rev. Dr. Roger R. Keller, minister to the college. Wilfred S. Martin, chairman of the Pikeville College Board of Trustees, delivered the commence- ment address. Walter P. Walters, trustee, received the honorary doctor of humane letters de- gree. Dr. Jerry L. Harris, chairman of the division of the humanities and associate professor of English, re- ceived one of the two William Wade and Helen Record Walker Awards for Teaching Excellence and is congratulated by President Hall. Mrs. Gertrude Ison, associate professor of mathematics, re- ceived the second Walker Award for Teaching Excel- lence; she has been with the faculty at Pikeville College for more than 20 years. 11 Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Faculty B.G. McCloud, associate professor of music, announced the names of the degree candidates as Dr. Marie V. Tarpey presented them and President Hall conferred their degrees. one hundred fourteen II PIKEVILLE COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE TO THE 1978 MOUNTAIN LAUREL FESTIVAL KATHI ANN MULLINS In May of each year colleges and universities in Kentucky send one young woman to Pineville, Kentucky, to represe nt that school at the Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival. One girl participating in the festival is crowned Kentucky Mountain Laurel Queen. Any girl selected to attend this event is certainly honored. The 1978 Pikeville College representative to this festival was Kathi Mullins of Melvin, Kentucky. Kathi is a music education major and plans to teach upon completion of her education at Pikeville College. one hundred fifteen SENIOR DIRECTORY ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE May 1978 Jerry Dale Abshire Mining Technology Kenneth Dale Adkins Mining Technology Jeffrey Curtis Alexander Mining Technology Bruce Trent Atwood Mining Technology William Franklin Bamer Mining Technology Randal Dale Bartley Mining Technology Lloyd Dale Batton Mining Technology Gregory Billiter Mining Technology Michael Nelson Calhoun Mining Technology Thomas Harold Blackburn Mining Technology Michael Laden Callaway Mining Technology Maurice Wayne Caudill Mining Technology Ricky D. Charles Mining Technology Bill M. Coleman Mining Technology Elvis G. Collins Mining Technology Charles Michael Combs Mining Technology Patrick A. Damron Mining Technology Abel DeLeon Jr. Mining Technology Lundy Carel Dotson Mining Technology Donald Duncan Mining Technology William Albert Evans Mining Technology George Michael Fields Mining Technology Joseph Edward Fuller Mining Technology Michael Doyle Hall Mining Technology Robert Lee Hall Mining Technology John Douglas Hardwick 116 Mining Technology Bruce Morgan Hawkins Mining Technology Bennet E. Hylton Mining Technology Robert Eugene Linkous Mining Technology Johnny Dwain Little Mining Technology Gregory Shon Lyons Mining Technology DeVonnia Lou McQueen Mining Technology Randy Lynn Martin Mining Technology Peter Franklin Newsome Mining Technology Michael Louis Newsome Mining Technology Charles Raymond Ooten Mining Technology Bennie Gerald Owens Mining Technology Ermel Owens Mining Technology Marty G. Potter Mining Technology Claude Michael Ratliff Mining Technology Dereck Timothy Ratliff Mining Technology Calvin Edward Reed Mining Technology Earl Robinson Mining Technology William Michael Rowe Mining Technology Wayne Scarberry Mining Technology Hanson Ira Smith Mining Technology Danny Syck Mining Technology Stephen H. Thornbury Mining Technology William Douglas Varney Mining Technology Mark Dwayne Whitaker Mining Technology ASSOCIATE OF ARTS December 1977 Connie Lafferty Castle Early Childhood Education May 1978 Charles Luke Hopkins Accounting BACHELOR OF MUSIC EDUCATION December 1977 Ronald Lee Burke Music Education Elaine Horner Music Education 117 ■I MAY 1978 Leslie Kay Blackburn Music Education Debra Carol Blevins Music Education Jonathan Wilson Harris Music Education Reginia Elaine Potts Music Education Deborah Kay Ritchie Music Education Pauletta Smith Music Education August 1978 Johnnie Beavers, Jr. Music Education BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION December 1977 Dwight A. Bastin Business Administration Webb Broadwell Lail III Business Administration May 1978 Charles Luke Hopkins Business Administration Connie Lynn Adkins Lee Business Administration Jane Taylor Osborne Business Administration Johnny Williamson Business Administration BACHELOR OF SCIENCE December 1977 Gary Paul Anderson Political Science Karla Denise Bastin Elementary Education Robert Bevins General Business Gary Astor Branham Physical Education Eddy Coleman Political Science and History Phillip Kevin Coleman Education Barbara Hendershol History and Art Jan Elizabeth Ratliff Sharpe English and Psychology MAY 1978 Sandy Gail Adams Elementary Education Sheila Sue Burks Elementary Education James Arthur Clevinger General Business and Political Science John Edward Cochran General Business Dennis Keith Coleman English Nikki Kendrick Conley General Business Mary Ellen Crum Elementary Education Cora Johnson Dingus Elementary Education and Endorsement for Special Education Debra H. Engle English Rhett N. Gibson History Gregory Lynn Hall Political Science and History Daniel R. Hamilton Biology Tom Edward Hartsock Biology Cathy Holbrook Harville Elementary Education Mary Ann Hopkins Art Education Diane Jean Jackson Elementary Education Michael Fleet Johnson Political Science Darrel Herman Mullins Psychology and English Janie Justice Newsome Elementary Education Robert Allen Owens Accounting William Lewis Pfister, Jr. Math Bobby Gene Price General Business Linda Carol Ramey Business Education Audrey Rasnake Elementary-Special Education Katherine Ann Reasor General Business Earnest Mitchell Reynolds Accounting Howard Vincent Roberts Accounting Bill Mike Runyon Sociology and Physical Education Larry Dean Sayre Sociology Carolyn Slone Art Education and SS " " " " . Secondary Education Walter Ray Smith Elementary Education Carl Edward Steele Biology and Chemistry Sheila Ann Stoke Accounting Flora Estella Tackett Elementary Education Ethel Hall Thornsbury Elementary Education August 1978 Tracey L. Barnette Art Macie Irene Blankenship Art and Psychology John Robert Coyer Psychology Marcia Lea Crum Medical Technology Douglas Herold Dole Art Education Larry Layne Justice Accounting Ola McPeek Elementary Education Sharon Kay Neeley Elementary Education Debbie Sue Wimmer Potter Math Linda Tackett Wright Psychology BACHELOR OF ARTS December 1977 Ahmad Dalili General Business Sutum Nopwuwanvong General Business May 1978 Sharon Shepherd Steffey Math and Secondary Education Chavethip Sangsophit Art August 1978 Rayana Reeves Psychology Surijon Suwathep Art 120 INDEX Abshire, Jerry Abshire, Wilda Adams, Charlene Adams, Dan C. Adams, Jennifer Adams, Sandy Adkins, Gwyndolin Adkins, Janet Adkins, Jeff Adkins, Kenneth D. Adkins, Lola J. Aguilar, William Alexander, Jeff Allen, Susan Anderson, Gary Anderson, Helen Anderson, Joey Andrews, LaBraun Atwood, Bruce Abousayid, Sayid 77 77 77 12, 39 1, 87 17 17 2, 87 53 77 53 12 77 3,27,34,73, 87, 98, 106, 107 39 83 4, 87 53, 70 77, 114 17 Babel, Helen Bailey, Frank Baker, Alice Baker, Sarah Bailey, George Bailey, Maurice Baird, William J. Baker, Linda Ball, Cheryl Ballengee, Darrell Barnett, Tracy Bartee, Tim Bartley, Cathy Bartley, Norma Barton, Norma Bastin, Dwight Bates, Mary Sue Bates, Mitzi Bates, Tammy Beavers, Johnnie Belcher, Kathi 38 46 97 96 53, 100 12, 45, 112 11 5, 87 6, 87 77 17 8, 87 53 100 63, 77 66 77 9, 77, 87 17, 96, 97, 99 10, 87 Belcher, Mossie Bentley, Debra Bentley, George Bentley, Judi Berry, Joe Bevins, Carolyn Bevins, Lenetta Billiter, Betty Billiter, Greg Billiter, Lisa Bishop, Jerry Blackburn, Bobby Blackburn, Leslie Blackburn, Lyle Blackburn, Susan Blackburn, Teresa Blackburn, Terry Blankenship, Macie 11, 87 12, 63, 87 83 12, 46 87 84 63 1, 88 77 27, 30, 76, 77, 97 4, 97 2, 88 12, 27, 35, 73, 97 3, 67, 88 4, 88 63 63 17 34, 96, 28, 96, 121 »:«■»« 1 Blankenship, Shelia 5, 88 Counts, Dexter 6, 89 Gibson, Rhett 19 Blevins, Debbie 17, 96, 97 Cox, Karen 8, 89 Gichinga, Henry 7, 90 Boyd, Norma 52, 53 Crum, Mary Ellen 19, 73 Giffin, Mary Anne 12,48 Bradley, Pat 63 Cullins, Maria 54, 99 Gillam, Ray 8, 90 Branam, Harold 12, 43 Culton, Alma 12, 43 Goff, Herby 9, 90 Branam, Sandy 12, 41 Curnutte, Harold 12, 47 Gondeck, Cathy 10, 90 Brossmer, Curtis 44 Currie, Jennifer 4, 52, 54, 97, Goodin, David 39, 97 Brown, Glenn 12, 45, 100 106, 107 Gray-Lewis, Ricky 79 Brown, Bruce 44, 96 , 97, Damron, Joe 9, 89 Green, Jimmy 54 99 Damron, Kathy 10, 89 Greer, Freda 79 Brown, Veatrice 6,. 58 Damron, Rediford 12, 48 Griffey, Gary 54,97 Burgy, Denise 12, 27 Damron, Virginia 97 Griffin, Danzell 72 Burke, David 7, i 58 Darlage, Larry 12, 45, 100 Gulley, Mike 72, 79 Burke, Lee 18, 96, 110 Daugherty, Emma 78 Burke, Lucille 8,1 58 Davis, Betsy 78, 96, 97, Hale, Ward 55, 97 Burks, Shelia 18 108 Hall, Danny 11, 90, 100 Butcher, Paul 12, 42, 66 Davis, Manual 11, 89 Hall, Darlene 55 Davis, Peggy 12, 48 Hall, Debby 12, 90 Campbell, Lolita 77, 97 Dayer, Phyllis 12, 43, 98 Hall, Dennis 13, 90 Carlton, Robert 53 Deaton, Charles 97 Hall, Don 46 Carter, Jimmy 9, 69, 70, 86, Deel, Nina 19 Hall, Greg 19, 99 88 DeLeon, Abel 78 Hall, Jackson O. 11, 12, 27, Casebolt, Lona 63 DeLong, Tony 12, 89 36, 64, 105, Castle, Genoa 77 Dole, Douglas 16, 19 112, 113 Castle, Susan 10, 88 Dotson, Joyce 54 Hall, Jay 14, 90 Caudill, Maurice 77 Duffin, Diana 12, 44 Hall, Johnnie 79 Chambers, Vince 70 Dunn, Tyrone 19, 70 Hall, Sharon 97 Chapman, Ann 53, 77 Hall, Teresa 15, 90 Chapman, Jane Ann Easterling, Kathy 78 Hamilton, John 16, 90, 96, Charles, Ricky 78 Elkins, Alina 54, 96, 97 97 Cherryholmes, Debra 11, 63, 88 Elkins, Letha 78 Hampton, Gary 55 Church, Linda 53 Elkins, Paula 96, 97 Hampton, Teresa 63 Childers, Norma 78 Engle, Debra 19 Harris, Jerry 12, 43, 112, Childers, David 66, 78 Esham, Lois 12, 46 113 Childers, Tim 12, 88, 96 Harris, Jonathan 19, 97 Childers, Carolyn 97 Falin, Carolyn 12, 48 Harris, Judith 12 Chrisman, Charles 37 Falin, Paul 12, 64, 69, Harris, Laura 97 Clark, Bobby 13, 72, 88 70 Hartsock, Tom 19 Clark, Jim 14, 88 Falls, Sara 39 Harville, Cathy 20 Clark, Tommy D. 27, 28, 53 Fanning, Audrey 97 Hawkins, Kenneth 68, 91 Clevinger, James 18 Fanning, Hannah 97 Hawkins, Terry 20, 70 Click, Kenneth 15, 88 Fanning, John 97 Hatfield, Sharon 55 Cline, Jewell 12, 41 Fehr, Cindy 54 Hehl, Bruce 96, 97 Cline, Perry 97 Ferguson, Kathy 13, 89 Henley, Darius 70, 79 Coats, John 16, 72, 88 Fields, George 78 Hess, Tenesia 79 Coleman, Dennis K. 18 Fields, Ron 79, 96, 97 Hicks, John 20 Coleman, Earl 83 Finn, Tim 90 Higginbotham, Wm. 13 Coleman, Eddy 18 Flanary, William P. 54, 100 Hill, Lynette 2, 91 Coleman, Johnny 1, 68, 89 Fletcher, Sherry 54 Holland, Charles 3, 91, 96 Coleman, Kevin 18, 97 Ford, Bobby 12, 44 Hopkins, Charles 20 Coleman, Patsy 2, 89 Ford, Janice 12, 44 Hopkins, Mary 20 Coleman, Steve 78 Ford, Jeffrey 79 Home, Linda 55 Collier, Mike 3, 89, 96 Francis, Charles 12, 42 Horner, Elaine 21, 96, 97 Collier, Steve 53, 96, 97 Francis, Marvin 2, 90 Howson, Embrey 12, 47 Collins, Bonnie 54 Fritz, Stephen 12, 47, 74 Howson, Janet 97 Collins, Michael 78 Fugate, Archie 79, 100 Howson, Greg 97 Collins, Paula 63 Fuller, Harold 3,90 Huffman, Jimmy 55 Collins, Tim 4, 89 Fuller, Joseph 79 Humphrey, Brian 4, 91, 96, 97 Colucci, David 66 Hunt, Gail 21 Combs, Charles 78 Gadeh Karim, Behrooz 54 Hurt, Katherine 5, 91 Combs, Duna 12, 44 Gartin, Donald 4,90 Combs, Rosemary 18 Gbere, Adolphus 5, 90 Ison, Gertrude 12,45, 113 Compton, Anna 83 Ghosal, Jit 12, 46 Compton, Colleen 54 Ghosal, Mary Ann 12, 42 Jackson, Diana 97 Cornett, Robert 122 5, 89 Gibson, LaNorris 6, 72, 90 Jackson, Greer 80 ! 1 Jackson, Richard 38 Khoshreza, AH 21 McCown, Greg 27, 31 Jacobs, Pat 79 Khoshreyza, Kathy 63 McCown, Wada 27, 31, 34, Jamerson, Dewey 6, 91 Kidd, Glenn 3, ! n 92 Johnson, Benjamin 27, 28, 80, Kimberlain, Vickie 96 McCoy, Connie 4, 81, 99, 96, 106 King, Jerry 12, 100 106, 107 Johnson, Imogene 38 King, Ryan 4,! n McCoy, Keith 27, 29, 66, Johnson, Jane 12, 38 King, Sherry 6, ' n 81 Johnson, Kathy 27, 29, 35, Kinney, Paul 63 McCoy, Mark 96 106 Kiser, David 63 McCoy, Randy 69, 70, 72 Johnson, Lisa 8, 91, 97 McQueen, Devonnia 73, 81 Johnson, Mary 80 Lail, Donald 12, 48 Moore, Robert 70 Johnson, Mavis 63 Lail, Pam 12, 48 Morris, John 22 Johnson, Michael 21, 66 Lail, Sue 12, 41 Morton, Jennifer 81 Johnson, Terri 80 Lail, Webb 21 Mullins, Darrel 22, 99 Johnson, Tom 12, 38, 108 Lamanca, John 12, 42 Mullins, Joan 63 Jones, Debbie 76, 80, 99 Lawson, Glenda 55 Mullins, Kathi 55, 96, 97, Jones, Jody 9, 91 Layne, Grayson 80 115 Jones, Robert 70 Lee, Connie 21 Mullins, Kathy 12, 92 Jordan, Kelly 10, 66, 91 Leibee, Kathy 80, 96, 97 Mullins, Michael 22, 66, 69, Jude, Phyllis 91 Lemon, Scott 55, 96 70 Justice, Beverly 80 Lester, Robert 12, 41 Mullins, Vivian 13, 92 Justice, Carolyn 97 Likins, Bob 97 Mullins, Paul M. 69, 72 Justice, Debbie 97 Linkous, Robert 80 Justice, Joe 97 Little, Margie 80 Newsom, Janie 22 Justice, Tammi 55 Little, Phyllis 7, 92 Newsome, Micki 55 Justus, Deborah 80 Little, Ramona 80 Newsome, Mike 81 Little, William 39 Newsom, Steve 1, 93 Keen, Debby 55, 98 Lowe, Sandra 80, 92 Newsom, Teresa 2, 63, 92 1 Keen, Lannie 80 Lowe, Shelia 80 Newsome, Mike Keene, Deborah 92 Lyons, Joe 97 Newsome, William 68 Keene, Gregory 52, 55, 106 Lucas, Bill 9, 92, 96 Nickles, Culhayne 3, 93 Keene, Judy Ann 55 Luxmore, William 12 Nunn, Cora 5, 84 Keene, Ruth 84 Nunn, Linda 76, 81, 96, Keller, Flo Beth 97 Maggard, Teresa 63, 81 97 Keller, Roger 10, 12, 39, Mahaphanit, Pakwad. 10, 92, 98 44, 96, 97, Mayfield, Robert 12, 41 Ooten, Charles 81 105, 112 McClanahan, Jennifer 55 Owens, Robert 22 Kelly, Eddie 2, 5, 70, 92 McCloud, Bill 12, 43, 105 Kelly, Wanda 80 114 Parke, Delores 4, 93 Kendrick, Nikki 21 McCown, Carlos Parker, Mitchell 97, 100 123 ■ C Patterson, Elaine Patterson, Russell Pendergrass, Paula Pendergrass, Presley Petot, Kathy Pfau, Jim Pfister, William Phillips, Julie Pierce, Mike Pinson, Debbie Pinson, Keith Ponton, Eva Ponton, Mel Potter, Claudette Potter, Debbie Potter, Steve Potts, Regina Powell, Ed Price, Bobby Prichard, Eddie Prichard, Sydonna Proudfoot, Olive Pruitt, Betty Rader, Paul Ramey, Jeff Ramey, Linda Ramsey, James Ramyrupa, Sithisin Ratliff, Derek Ratliff, Jnnifer Ratliff, Rita Ray, Ernestine Reasor, Katherine Reed, Calvin Reed, Millie 27, 96, 97 43 12, 44 12, 41, 112 97 81 22, 27, 29, 66, 67, 106 81 55, 96, 97 81 56 84 12 56 22 5, 93 12, 22, 28, 35, 97, 110 27, 30, 72, 6, 93 22 97 97 97 7, 93 96 23 23, 114 12, 45 56, 98 81 9, 93 56 8, 93 23 82 97 Reeves, Rayana Rice, Carole Rice, Stephen Rice, Tim Riddle, Bill Rife, Furnell Ritchie, Deborah Riveria, Herminia Roberts, Howard Roberts, Leonard Roberts, Randy Robinson, Joyce Roddy, Philip Rose, Jimmy Rowe, David Runyon, Bill Mike Runyon, Teresa Russell, Elizabeth Salisbury, Diana Saltsman, Kirk Salyer, Robert Samons, Wilburn Sanders, Joyce Sangsophit, Chavethip Saunders, Deborah Sayre, Larry Scott, Dennis Scott, Peggy Scott, Teresa Shokey, Jean Shope, Kevin Shumate, Stephanie 16, 23 56 10, 67, 93, 96, 97 11, 66, 86, 93 66, 82 63, 82 23, 96, 97, 110 12, 93 4, 16,23,27, 30, 98, 99 42 76, 82, 99 83 12 72 13, 70, 93 23, 66, 67, 114 14, 93 15, 93, 97 63 82, 96, 97 57 16, 93 57 15, 24, 28, 35, 99, 106 63 24, 66 66, 82 5 1, 94 97 82, 96, 97 , 86, 94 Slone, Slone, Slone, Slone, Smith, Smith, Smith, Carolyn Delores Marcia Susan Kenneth Leatrice Lee 27. 98, Smith, Marcia Smith, Mark Smith, Pauletta Smith, Reggie Sohn, Kathy Sohn, Mark Spears, Glema Spears, Susan Staggs, Bill Stanley, Malta Starnes, Darlene Steele, Carl Steele, Carlene Steele, Diana Steffey, Sharon Stevens, Danny Stinnett, Alvin Stoke, Shelia Stratton, Kathryn Stroehlein, Tom Sturdivant, Ronnie Sturgill, Mark Sullivan, Charlene Suwathep, Suriyon Swanston, Blanche Tackett, Carol Tackett, Flora Tackett, Lois 24 97 3, 94, 97, 99 82 4, 94 6, 94 52, 57, 67, 68 52, 57, 96, 97 7, 94 24, 96, 97, 106 97 12, 42 12, 42 8, 94 63 9, 27, 31, 106, 107 63 84 24, 97, 100 100 10, 94 24 24 12, 43, 98 25 11, 94 66 12, 94 82 13, 94 25 25 12 25 57 124 Tarpey, Marie Taylor, Betty Taylor, Debbie Taylor, Wanda Thompson, Randy Thornsberry, Ethel Thornsbury, Linda Thornbury, Steve Tilford, Barry Tolzman, Dean Tolzman, Sarah Turner, V.O. 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