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CAROLANA 

1975 




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The University of South Caro- 
lina-Spartanburg. A fully ac- 
credited, four-year institution 
of higher learning. But it 
wasn't always this way . . . 








USC-Spartanburg was begun in 1967 as a two-year regional campus aimed at filling the void left 
when the nursing instruction program of Spartanburg General Hospital was phased out. Its first 
home was the basement of the hospital's nursing quarters. Later it moved to the old County Health 
Building. That first year one hundred and seventy-seven undergraduates comprised the entire stu- 
dent body. 





Less than a year later it was evident that 
the enrollment was outgrowing the facility. 
Through the efforts of the Spartanburg 
County Commission for Higher Educa- 
tion, land was aquired for construction 
of the $1.2 mi llion Administration 
Building. Groundbreaking ceremonies 
were held in September of 1968. 




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In September, 1969 the buildmg 
was completed and USC-S, with 
enrollment nearing five hundred, 
moved into its permanent home. 
The new facility provided many 
conveniences and a great deal of 
equipment which had been lacking 
at the hospital. A language lab, 
improved biology and chemistry 
labs and a spacious, modern 
library were all welcome additions 
to the institution. The move was 
important to everyone but was most 
special to those few who had been 
a part of USC-S since its 
inception . . . 








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John Edmunds is a 
Professor of History who 
serves as Chairman of the 
Division of Social and Be- 
havioral Sciences. 

"In the early days 
there was a very small 
nucleus of permanent 
faculty with several in- 
structors shared with other 
regional campuses. Since 
there were so few of us we 
were very close. I devel- 
oped some good friend- 
ships during this time 
which I sti II have. 

The equipment then 
was less than adequate. 
We had to borrow some 
things such as maps from 
use-Union. The micro- 
scopes we used belonged 
to the hospital. In the 
classroom the instructor's 
voice had to compete with 
the clanging of steam 
pipes. 

Despite all of this we 
developed a sense of pride 
in the school which still 
remains. 

The growth of USC- 
S has been incredibly fast. 
We are now a four-year 
institution which wi 1 1 con- 
tinue growing. My hope is 
that we will become more 
autonomous but will not 
lose our ties with the Uni- 
versity in Columbia." 





Edmunds 



Hall 

Rivers Hall was Chief 
of Maintenance at Spar- 
tanburg General Hospital 
in 1967 when USC-S was 
begun. He joined USC-S 
in that same capacity in 
1973. 

"When the school 
started it consisted of a 
bunch of boxes. There was 
no equipment at all and I 
spent a great deal of time 
improvising. 

We made blackboards 
from plywood and paint 
and put up partitions to 
provide office space. 
Something needed to be 
done quickly so we did the 
best we could. 

The whole thing was 
a pioneer concept. It be- 
gan with nothing and some 
people didn't think it 
would get off the ground. 
The growth has been out- 
standing to the point that 
we must begin to think of 
expansion in terms of 
more than one structure at 
a time. 

"USC-S has always 
been cramped for space 
but these hardships seem 
to project a feeling of 
oneness. When the time 
came to move into the 
new buildings, some of 
the best workers were 
members of the adminis- 
tration and students. 

The student body 
here is outstanding. They 
are remarkable people 
and I enjoy being as- 
sociated w ith them." 



Margaret Lesene is 
an Assistant Professor of 
Business Education and 
Office Administration. 

"Early in 1967 when I 
heard that Spartanburg 
would have a USC region- 
al campus I contacted 
officials in Columbia and 
thus became one of the 
first faculty members of 
our school . 

That fall we opened 
on the ground floor of the 
Nurses Residence with 
fifteen full and part-time 
faculty members and one 
hundred and seventy-seven 
students. 

While we were 

crowded for space the 
first years, there was a 
cozy feeling of oneness 
that permeated our 

school — both faculty and 
students. We all had one 
desire — to make USC-S a 
big success! 

We have now grown 
into a four-year institution 
with more than thirteen 
hundred undergraduates 

and five hundred graduate 
students. Our faculty has 
expanded to seventy and 
the staff to seventeen. 

I am pleased with 
our phenomenal growth. I 
think there is a definite 
need in this community 
for a moderately priced 
educational facility. It is 
wonderful thatwehave at- 
tracted so many good stu- 
dents to our campus. 





Lithard 

Paul Lithard is a for- 
eign language instructor 
who teaches both German 
and French. 

"In those first days 
there were only eight or 
nine faculty members but 
they were very involved 
with students and school 
affairs. 

In addition to Ger- 
man and French, I also 
taught Spanish. In fact, I 
was the entire foreign 
language department. We 
had no language labs then 
but the students were well 
prepared. We made out 
the best we could under 
the circumstances. 

The students then 
made the school what it is 
today. I feel that it will 
continue its growth with 
the years. 

The young people 
simply need to look at 
the older students we have 
here to see that what they 
learn now will be useful 
in later life." 



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Marian Murph serves 
as the institution's Admin- 
istrative Assistant. 

"When I started to 
worl< in April of 1967 
there was no USC region- 
al campus. All I had was a 
telephone. My table and 
chair were borrowed from 
the hospital. 

Dr. Stirzaker, the 
school's first director, 
came in July. We did 
everything that was done, 
even putting the furniture 
together. 

During this time a 
new hospital wing was 
under construction and we 
had to work while listen- 
ing to jackhammers and 
bulldozers. 

Those of us who have 
been with USC-S since the 
beginning have a special 
feeling about the school. 
A certain spirit of coop- 
eration which arose from 
those hardships has made 
each accomplishment a 
great reward. 

"The greatest reward 
is to see former students 
return to the community 
and become leaders, some 
who may have been de- 
nied the chance to further 
their educations without 
USC-S." 



James P. Sloan, As- 
sistant Professor of Polit- 
ical Science, served as 
USC-Spartanburg Assistant 
Directorfor Academic Af- 
fairs from 1970 through 
1973 when he chose to 
return to full-time teach- 
ing. 

"In the beginning, 

there were only seven or 
eight faculty members. 
We were able to hold 
meetings with the entire 
group sitting around one 
table. We were on a first- 
name basis, a closely-knit 
group, and there was a 
great feeling of coopera- 
tion. 

Sloan, who became a 
university professor after 
a long career in industry 
and public relations, con- 
siders teaching "an oppor- 
tunity to make a contri- 
bution to the lives of 
young people while they 
are in their impression- 
able years. 

In commenting on the 
phenomenal growth of 
USC-S, he considers it 
good "because it provides 
many students who other- 
wise would be denied a 
college education an op- 
portunity to receive one 
at a reasonable cost." 





Stirzaker 

Norbert Stirzaker, 

USC - Spartanburg's first 
director, served in that 
capacity until 1973. He 
is now an Associate Profes- 
sor of Educational Admin- 
istration. 

"When we first started 
there were only nine 
faculty members so we 
were closely knit. We met 
practically every day at 
coffee break. This is what 
is missed most as the 
school grows. There were 
close relationships with 
both the faculty and stu- 
dents. Problems could be 
solved quickly because 
good lines of communica- 
tion existed within the 
group. 

I used to enjoy taking 
cheerleaders and players 
to basketball games in my 
station wagon since the 
school had no cars of its 
own." 

With growth things 
are less personal. But 
growth is inevitable in a 
metropolitan area the 
size of Spartanburg. We're 
in the largest single tax- 
paying district and de- 
serve a first class, four- 
year institution, USC-S 
can not help but continue 
to grow. 



DavidTaylor is an As- 
sistant Professor of Biolo- 
gy. He is also the Chair- 
man of the Division of 
Science, Engineering and 
Mathematics. 

"When we began in 
the basement of the nurses 
residence at the hospital, 
the faculty was so small 
we could sit around one 
table. 

The laboratory and 
classroom facilities were 
not ideal but were ade- 
quate for the time. 

Today we have grown 
tremendously. I would like 
to see expansion in the 
science, area but we must 
expand first in the areas 
of heaviest enrollment. 
We must support the re- 
quirements of the major- 
ity of our students. This is 
why the school exists. 

The growth of USC-S 
is evidence of the need 
for this type of institution 
in the community. We 
have been able to provide 
a reasonable priced edu- 
cation for many who may 
not have had the oppor- 
tunity to recieve it other- 
wise." 



Sloan 




The G .B. Hodge Center was the second addition to the USC-S campus. Occupied in January of 
1972, it provided a modern gymnasium, a more spacious student center, and lab facilities for 
nursing instruction. Fall '73 registration saw enrollment reach the seven hundred Full Time 
Equivalent level and the regional campus received the authority to offer junior-level courses for 
the first time. 




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The $1.5 million Hodge Center 
provided a great boost to the 
USC-S athletic program. Be- 
ginning in 1972 the basketball 
team, sporting the new name 
"Rifles," was able to play its 
home games in a gymnasium it 
could be proud of. The seating 
capacity of more than twenty -one 
hundred and an excellent lighting 
system were quite an improve- 
ment over the small, poorly lit 
Evans Junior High School gym 
which had formerly been the 
Rifles' home. 





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In the fall of 1974 an outstanding 
recruiting program culminated in the 
enrollment of nearly fourteen hun- 
dred undergraduates and over five 
hundred graduate students. More 
importantly, the one thousand Full 
Time Equivalent requirement was 
met and the University received 
official four-year status. The vast 
influx of students required more 
space than was available on the 
campus and arrangements were 
made to hold classes at the near- 
by Rodeway Inn. 




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On the second day of fall reg- 
istration the magic number of 1000 
was reached. This number of Full 
Time Equivalent students allowed 
USC-S to begifi offering senior 
level courses. 

Except for this, registration was 
dull as usual. Lines were long, 
everyone wanted your money and 
signs were posted everywhere telling 
you to "do this" and "don't do 
that." 

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After (or during) classes 
many find the student center a 
place of refuge. Whatever your 
pleasure, you can find it here. 
Cards, conversation and study 
(sometimes) abound in "The 
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Watergate, Ravenel's dis- 
qualification, the resignation 
of a president, and the el- 
ection of a Republican gov- 
ernor for the first time since 
Reconstruction were a few of 
the happenings in the po- 
litical world during the school 
year. 

Perhaps the most in- 
triguing event was the state 
gubernatorial race. Charles 
"Pug" Ravenel defeated 
Congressman Bryan Dorn in a 
run-off to win the Democratic 
Primary after a circuit judge 
ruled him eligible to run. 

In the state's first Re- 
publican Primary State Sen- 
ator Jim Edwards defeated 
retired Army Chief of Staff, 
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Initial indications pointed 
to a Ravenel win — but things 
began to change. A suit was 
brought against Ravenel 
charging that he did not meet 
the residency requirements 
stipulated in the State Con- 
stitution. The State Supreme 
Court ruled that Ravenel was 
ineligible. Another suit was 
taken to the U.S Supreme 
Court charging that the rights 
of the 187,000 persons who 
had voted for Ravenel in the 
primary had been violated. 
The court ruled that this was 
not the case, thus Ravenel 
and his many supporters 
abandoned their hopes. This 
was a bitter disappointment 
to many young people to whom 
Ravenel represented change 
and this, to them, was a tre- 
mendous letdown. 



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After Ravenel's disqual- 
ification. The Democratic 
Party nominated Bryan Dorn who 
had initially been beaten by 
Ravenel in the run-off primary. 

Dorn and Edwards began 
campaigning in what was to be- 
come one of the closest races 
in the state's history. Both 
candidates made appearances on 
campus and talked with students 
and faculty alike. 

Republican candidate Ed- 
wards visited USC-S on Sep- 
tember 4 and conducted a 
question and answer session 
with students in the student 
center. Edwards, in answering 
several questions posed by 
students, stated that he was 
behind President Ford in re- 
gards to the president's am- 
nesty program. The state sen- 
ator further stated that he was 
in favor of capital punishment 
and against the legalization of 
marijuana. 




Bryan Dorn, the Democratic Party's candidate, 
visited campus on October 24. Congressman Dorn 
spoke to James Sloan's Political Science 201 class 
noting that "One of the top priorities in South Car- 
olina today is education." Dorn also spoke with sev- 
eral students in other classes as he toured the campus, 
Dorn stated that he would support the adoption of the 
Equal Rights Amendment and would continue to fight 
for increased educational benefits for veterans. 

Other candidates made appearances campaigning 
for other positions in the state government. On Sep- 
tember 19 Republican candidate for Attorney General 
Ken Powell spoke on campus. Powell called for 
change — a word that was heard more and more 
throughout the year's election. 



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candidate Brantley Harvey vis- 
ited the student center and an- 
swered various questions posed 
from students. 

During the campaigning 
USC-S student's preferences 
were obvious. The cars in our 
overflowing parking lots were a 
mass of bumper-stickered ve- 
hicles — each proclaiming their 
owner's choice. 

Interested students began 
organizing clubs to aid their 
candidate's campaign. Through- 
out the campaigns USC-S stu- 
dents joined various band-wag- 
ons. Then the election came 
and resulted in the first Repub- 
lican governor in one-hundred 
years and then things quieted 
down. 



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FALL PARTY IS GIANT SUCCESS 



The fall party held in the 
student center was a huge 
success as an overflow crowd 
boogied to the sounds of 
"Mainstream" from Durham, 
North Carolina. 

An emergency trip for more 
beer combined with the ex- 
cellent band made this one of 
the year's most successful 
social events. 





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A STARTLING EXPOSE 



Some of our nurses live at the Nurses 
Residence. The General Hospital facility is 
the only dormitory housing available to 
USC-S students. 

Life at the residence is just like any 
other dorm. There are parties and card 
games, teddy bears and illegal pets, laundry 
to do and long lines at the telephone. Some 
students even find time to study. 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 74-75 




The 1974-75 Student Government Association members are (L to R) Randy 
Sanders, Freshman Class President; Danny Wilson, Junior Class President; 
Alfred Sergiacomi, SGA Treasurer; Melissa Hayes, SGA Secretary; Susan 
Harrison, SGA Vice-President; Nick Small, SGA President; SECOIMD ROW: 
SGA Senators; Mike Snelgrove, Bob Kennedy, Sharon Herndon, Lester 
Richards Lee Speer, Susan Wood, STANDING: Mike Lukridge, Greg 
Knox, Terry Toney, Billy Inman, Buddy Timmons, Danny Abraham, Tommy 
Small, Randy Morrison. Not pictured: John Longo, Sophomore Class President; 
Brian Reeve, Senator; Lynn Weisner, Senator. 



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SGA OFFICERS 




The 1974-75 Student Government Association 
has been active this year. Many parties have been 
held. The freshman class sponsored a Thanksgiving 
dinner for the children at the Salvation Army, and 
The Film Committee had several movies brought to 
the campus. A concert was held in Spartanburg 
Auditorum, and Founders Day was held in the gym. 

One of the ways SGA is open to students is that 
all meetings are open to any student; however, few 
students took advantage to come to express their 
views. 

The officers are (L to R) Alfred Sergiacomi, SGA Treasurer; Susan 
Harrison, SGA Vice-President; Nick Small, SGA President SECOIMD 
ROW Randy Sanders, Freshman Class President; Danny Wilson, 
Junior Class President; and Melissa Hayes, SGA Secretary. Absent 
from picture: John Longo, Sophomore Class President. 



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SGA 74-75 




Mike Snelgrove and Tommy Small sell Student Directories during Spring registration. 



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The Spartanburg Engineering Society consists of (L to 
R): FIRST ROW Percy Wimberly, Karen Greene, William 
Barnes, SECOMD ROW Tony Taylor, Rick Bryant, Mike 
East, Leslie Charles, Marcus Zollinger, Dennis Guest 
THIRD ROW Neil Gosnell, Richard Dean FOURTH ROW 
John Longo, Al Cantrell, Marvin Johnson, Robert 
Kingsmore, Chris Frantz, Frank Garrett, Brown Shelton, 
Larry Adams. 



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(L to R): Mike East, President; Marvin Johnson, Vice- 
President; Rick Bryant, Secretary; Al Cantrell, 
Secretary; Marcus Zollinger, Treasurer. 



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VETRAN'S STUDENT LEAGUE 




The Vetran's Student League this year consists of: (L to R) 
Kathy Harvey, Wayne Beard, Wade Bralley, Jill Gossett, David 
IMettles, Jack Treadgill SECOND ROW James Rosemond, Jack 
Giarratano, Len Carroll, Pauk Raines, John Graves. 



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VSL OFFICERS 




The Veteran's Student League was established in 1973 to promote fellowship 
among veterans and their families and to create a liaison between returning veterans 
and non-veteran students. It further serves to enrich and fulfill a veteran's college 
career and to represent USC-S in community affairs through its many projects. 

The organization realized a long-term objective this year when it was able to 
raise sufficient funds to establish the Veteran's Short-Term Loan Fund. This year 
also saw the first meeting of the Outside Veterans Advisory Committee, which 
consists of advisors from the business aid industrial world who are interested in the 
affairs of the USC-S vet. 

Led by Secretary Wayne Beard, Treasurer Len Carroll, President Jack Threadgill 
and Vice President Bill Lanford (not shown), the VSL participated in many worthwhile 
community projects such as a Children's Circus, the March of Dimes, Goodfellows and 
the American Cancer Society's " Send a Mouse to College" drive. 

Through these efforts the VSL has maintained its reputation as one of the most 
service oriented organizations on campus. 



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CAROLANA 75 




The 1975 CARO LANA Staff consists of (L to R): Nancy Searle, 
Heather Taylor, Becky Patterson, advisor; Laurie Hill, Nick 
Small, Lee Speer, Lester Richards, assistant editor; Randy 
Morrison, editor; Siisan Henson, Alfred Sergiacomi, assistant; 
Susan Harrison. 



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The staff has had a lot of fun meeting 
deadlines, missing deadlines, and spending 
sleepless nights at school. There are so many 
things that could and should be said, but it 
can all be summed up in one word — thanks — 
to the dedicated people who saw it through. 
This year has seen many firsts at USC-S. 
We have reached one thousand full-time 
students had classes at a motel, and entered 
into four-year intercollegiate competition. 

Keeping pace, the CAROLANA has more 
pages than ever before, a color introduction, 
and a more in-depth look into student life at 
USC-S. 

Going through the pages of this book we 
encountered many problems, difficulties in 
film processing, and lack of cooperation among 
students. Special thanksgo to Lester Richards, 
Heather Taylor, Laurie Hill, Susan Harrison, 
Alden Hall, Mike Charles, Susan Henson, 
Alfred Sergiacomi, Susan Wood, Becky Patter- 
son, Charlie Winston, and Steve Bo iter. 

We hope students enjoy going through 
this book. This is more than an annual, it is 
memories — memories of haircuts fashions, cars, 
and school life. Apologies go to those who were 
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The Carolinian 




Editor Susan Harrison 

Sports Editor Alfred Sergiacomi 

Staff Writers Bryson Bailey, 

Susan Henson, Ann Parris, Nancy Searle 

Artist Donna Pettil 

Typist Doris Ann Johnson 

Photographers Randy Morrison, 

Lester Richards, Lee Speei 








Narrowly meeting dead-lines, cursing the typewriter, rushing still 
dripping prints to the printer and cutting classes in order to get the 
newspaper out in time. All of these are just a few of the memories the 
Carolinian Staff will have the '74-75 school year. 

There were weeks when copy was scarce and it was a miracle if 
enough could be set for a four-page paper. Then there were those weeks 
when an eight-page paper wasn't big enough for all the copy. But 
through it all a small but dedicated staff kept publishing the 
Carolinian each week. 

This year saw several changes in the newspaper including the 
addition of a new column, the Rifleman, and several nameplate changes. 

This year's staff consists of (OPPOSITE PAGE): FIRST ROW, Randy Morrison, Lee Speer, 
Lester Richards, Alfred Sergiacomi, SECOND ROW: Doris Ann Johnson, Susan Henson, 
Susan Harrison, editor, THIRD ROW: Nancy Searle, 



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SKEET CLUB 



The Skeet Club this year consists of (L to R): Steve 
Billings, Mike Snelgrove, Randy Sanders, Millard Ulmer, 
David McDaniel, and Jim Landan. 




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DRAMA CLUB 




"Cut down the lights!" 

"Once the stapler is fixed we can finish the flats." 

"How can we nail the flats without a hammer?" 

"Room 209 is too small for a play to be held!" 

"We must be the only Drama Club in the world who builds sets outside." 

"We'll have to tear the set down again. Nothing will go through the doors." 

These were just a few of the statements one could hear if they walked into one of the Drama 
Club meetings. This was the first Drama Club chartered at USC-S in two years. Unfortunatley , 
the Drama Club had a rough year. The club started out with no flats and a limited supply of 
make-up. Early in the year the club decided to do a production of "Barefoot in the Park." How- 
ever the rehearsal schedules were impossible to fit around the players' classes coupled with 
problems in trying to reserve 209 for set construction led to the cancelling of the production. 

The same problem was encountered in taking the club picture. 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



The Baptist Student Union this year consists of (L to R): 
Patsy Smith, Robin Goldsmith, Susan Bagwell, Sandra 
McDowell, Shirley Godfrey, Lynn Weisner, Linda 
Truesdale, Virendra Patel, Susan West. Absent from 
picture Lee Speer. 




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The officers of the Baptist Student Union are (L to R): 
Linda Truesdale, President; Susan Bagwell, Represent- 
ative; Sandra McDowell, Social chairman; and Shirley 
Godfrey, Snack coordinator. Absent from picture Lee 
Speer, Outreach officer. 



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CHESS CLUB 



The Chess Club 
was organized to pro- 
mote interest and 
participation in chess. 
The club participated 
in several tournaments 
this year. 

The Chess Club consists 
of (L to R): Jim London, 
John Renfro, Mr. Spong, 
advisor; Mickey Bush, 
President; John Garrett Vice- 
President. 




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The Pep Band was organized to provide 
entertainment during home basketball 
games. 

The Pep Band consists of (L to R): FIRST ROW 
Kenny Littlefield, Al Gray, Advisor; SECOIMD ROW 
Dean Brown, Kim Mabury THIRD ROW Lee Kirby. 



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The Black Student Union was founded in January 1974 with 
the idea to improve and maintain good relations with all students. 
Last year the BSU in cooperation with Wofford and Spartanburg 
Tech, sponsored Black Week. Black Week activities included 
a gas raffle, guest speakers, and a fashion show sponsored by 
local merchants. At the end of the Black Week a dance was held 
and was open to the public. 

The BSU consists of ( L to R ) Linda Washington, Lucille Holloman, Linda Burgess, 
Donn Holloman SECOND ROW James Brooks, Ricky Dean, Dean Fowler, Nixon 
Allen 



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BLACK STUDENT UNION 



Black Student Union officers this year are ( L to R ) James Brooks, Parliamentarian; 
Linda Washington, President; Dean Fowler, Vice-President; Al Gray, Advisor; 
not pictured Diane Maykin, Secretary 





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"Hie Letterman's club this year consists of (L to R) FIRST ROW Karen Taylor, 
Debby Smith, Susan Wood, Marie Tillotson, Bill Reitmeier, advisor, Sharon 
Herndon, Kaye Hall, IVlii<e Wood, Will Walker SECOND ROW Danny Wilson, 
Leroy Rowe, Jim Elliott, Joe Elder, Kenny Tuck, Rick Robinson THIRD ROW 
Johnny Whiteside, James Brooks, Lee Speer, Skip Frye, Bill Humphries, David 
Bishop, Bill Phelps, James Meadows. 



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The Photography Club received a new enlarger 
for the darkroom. With the new enlarger better 
quality prints were possible. The meetings were 
held to help the photographer with problems en- 
countered. 

The club this year consists of (L to R): Alfred Sergiacomi, Becky 
Patterson, Susan Harrison, Nancy Searle, Randy Morrison, Mike 
Charles, Lester Richards, and Nick Small. 



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UNIVERSAL LOVE 




Universal Love this year consists of (L to R): FIRST ROW Joe Elder, 
Nick Small, Lester Richards, SECOND ROW Lynn Duckett, Sammy 
Bailey, Robin Lawson, Terry Kiser, Lee Speer, Judy Odom, Alfred 
Sergiacomi, and Beth Alexander. 



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STUDENT NURSES 




The Student Nurses Association this year consists of (L to R): FIRST ROW 
Frances Hamilton, Barbara Gaskins, Shirley Jackson, Ann Conrad, Kathy 
Harris, Lynne Weisner, Jill Plexico, Lynda Plexico, Mary Jane Hattala, 
Patsy Smith SECOND ROW Ruth Baker, Lynn Gunter, Patti Malone, 
Roberta Mathis, Clarie Frances, Doris Ann Johnson, Pam Copeland, 
Susan Henson, Pat Easier, Shirley Godfrey, Susan Bagwell, Dianne 
Blackwell. 



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The Student Nurses Association is an organization 
dedicated to helping the student in their lives as they pre- 
pare to be professional nurses. Membership is open to all 
student nurses. 

The officers this year are: Barbara Gaskins, Ruth Bai<er, President; Doris 
Ann Johnson, Vice-President; Lynne Weisner, Treasurer; Patsy Smith 
SECOND ROW Shirley Godfrey, Roberta Mathis, Pat Easier, Clarie Frances, 
Susan Bagwell, IVIary Jane Hattala, Reporter. 




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The Choraleers this year sponsored two 
talent shows and put on a Christmas 
performance. Any interested student 
can join the Choraleers. 




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CHORALEERS 




The Choraleers this year consists of (L to R): Melissa 
Hayes, Emily Greene, Alice McBride, Bobby Shrop- 
shire, Mark Brown SECOND ROW Elizabeth Robinson, 
Debra Brown, Jennifer Fuller, Mark Brown, John 
Ware, Nixon Allen THIRD ROW Jane Brockman, and 
Hazel Wood. 




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The Outdoor Club this year consists of (L to R): David 
IVlcDaniel, Percy Wimberly, Albert Smith, Herbert 
Howell, Billy Cannon, Wade Bralley, Guy 
Jacobsohn, Bruce Finland, Bob Metger. 



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Coach Bill Reitmeier and the 1974 Fall Basketball Team 

(L to R): Nixon Allen, Jimmy Elliot, Lavonda Sweenye, Matt 
Sanders, Bill Green, Dale Meadows, Robert Smith, James 
Brooks, Kerry Edmunds, Bill Phelps, Ducie Robinson, Johnny 
Whiteside, and Keith Taylor, 



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The Spring 1975 Basketball Team (L to R): Skip Frye, 
Jimmy Elliott, Bill Humphries, Lavanda Sweeney, 
James Brooks, Coach Reitmeier, Theodore Vernon, 
Patrick Still, Bill Phelps, David Bishop, Kieth Taylor, 
Gregg Alexander 



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On paper, the Spartan Rifles ex- 
perienced a rather disappointing sea- 
son, but we must realize that we en- 
tered four-year competition and nobody 
could expect miracles. 

This year the "new look" Rifles wel- 
comed Bill Reitmeier as their new skip- 
per. Coach Reiteier knew he had a task 
to fulfill, and took it all in stride and 
gave us some exciting basketball. 

The team faced one of the tough- 
est schedules possible for a school 
in its freshman year of big-time 
basketball. They met two nationally- 
ranked teams in addition to other tough 
teams firmly established in four-year 
basketball. 

The Rifles proved they could keep up 
with the big boys, as they stayed in the 
game with most of them, including 
giving second-ranked Gardner-Webb a 
fight for their lives before the Bull- 
dogs finally won out. 

Before the season began. Coach 
Reitmeier said "we have to learn to 
crawl before we can walk." We may 
have had a losing record this year, 
but with a coach like Bill Reitmeier, 
the basketball program at USC-S has 
a very optomistic future. 





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The Cheerleaders have led the school teams this 
year with much spirit, and also they have been in- 
volved in many other activities. 

The squad consists of (L to R): FIRST ROW Sharon Herndon SECOND 
ROW Kaye Hall, Leroy Rowe, Tana Pierce, THIRD ROW Susan Wood, 
Larry Blosser, Karen Taylor, head cheerleader; and IVlarie Tillotson. 




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The Women's Basketball Team this yeai- consists 
of (L to R): Reajean King, Sylvia Easier, Kathy 
Fowler, Julie Hipp, Donna Ivey, Debbie Smith, 
Janet Hipp, Tweedie Nichols, Rhonda Henderson, 
Paulette Porter. 



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The Tennis Team this year consists of (L to R): Lee Speer, 
John Kiser, Wilson Casey, Joe Elder, Sylvia Easier, Larry 
Kelly, and Coach Glenn. 



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GOLF 
TEAM 




The Golf Team this year consists of (L to R): 
Thomas Easier, Bobby Pitts, Danny Abraham, 
Coach Bowman, Mark Gil mans, Roger Bean, 
Danny Wilson, Coach Glenn. 



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WOMEN'S SOFTBALL TEAM 




This year the Girls' Softball Team consists of (L to R) FIRST ROW: 
Susan Harrison, Judy Odom, Marguerite Searle, Susan Wood and 
Carolyn Bailey. SECOND ROW: Virginia Smith, Coach; Susan 
Henson, Kit Jordan, Sylvia Easier, Pat Epps and Betty Jones. 
Under coach Virginia Smith, the girls launched their first season 
of inter-collegiate competition. 



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SPARTANBURG COUNTY 
COMMISSION FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 

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The members of the Spartanburg County Commission for Higher Education are 
(L to R)G.S. Brooks, Harold Davis, Bill Burroughs, Dr. G.B. Hodge, Louise 
Howell, Cleveland Harley. Not Pictured: Jack Cobb and Dr. J. P. Coan. 



RIFLE REGIMENT 




The 1974 officers of the Boosters Club 
are (L to R) Zerno Martin, secretary- 
treasurer; Steve Ashcraft, president; 
and David L. Parks, vice-president. 



The Booster Club Board of Directors 
for 1974 include (L to R) Arthur 
George, Norman Steider, John Vacek, 
Furman Babb, and Jack Tyner. 



Booster Club President Steve 
Ashcraft welcomed three new 
members to the club's Board of 
Directors, they are (L to R): 
George McDowell, Dr. Fred l\l. 
Simmons and Gene Brown. 



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CAROLINA-PIEDMONT FOUNDATION 





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The Foundation President is Horace 
Smith (LEFT) and the Treasurer is 
£rnest Klutlz (RIGHT). 



Members of the Foundation's Board of Di- 
rectors are ( L to R ) Walter Demopoulos, 
Robin E. Hood, Dr, John E. Keith, and H.S. 
Clari<e. 



Foundation members also include 
(FRONT ROW) Hubert Hendrix, 
vice-president; and (RIGHT) 
Richard Tukey, member of the 
Board. In the back row are Fred 
IVIoffitt (LEFT), member of the 
Board, and Joe King (RIGHT), 
secretary. 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 




The officers of the Alumni Associ- 
ation are (L to R) Joe Bowman, 
athletic director; George McDowell, 
member of the board; Cornelia 
Steele, Chairman of the Board; 
James R. Smith, President; Mrs. 
Susan Brown, secretary and James 
Brown, treasurer. 



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DR. OLIN 
SANSBURY 
DIRECTOR, USC-S 





DR. G. B. HODGE 



On February seventh 
Founders Day was held to hon- 
or Dr. G.B. Hodge for his ser- 
vice to USC-S. A portrait was 
presented to Dr. Hodge and 
will be hung in the lobby of the 
Administration Building. The 
portrait was presented in a 
student assembly. Several 
speakers were featured during 
the assembly and many of Dr. 
Hodges' friends were present. ■ 
Dr. Hodge was the first Chair- 
man of The Spartanburg County 
Commission for Higher Edu- 
cation, and through his hard 
work USC-S received Its' 
second building. 



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Helen Biehl 
Chairman, Nursing 





Thomas Davis 
Asst. Director of 
Student Affairs 





John Edmunds 
Chairman, Social 
and Behavioral 
Science 




Tom Hawkins 
Chairman Education 
and Graduate 
Regional Studies 





Paul Mack 
Admissions Officer 



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Bob Connelly 
Business Manager 



Ronald Eaglin 
Assoc. Director 
for Academic 
Affairs 



Albert Gray 
Financial Aid 
Officer and Vet. 
Coordinator 



William Kissell 
Cord., Cont. 
Education and 
Placement 



Carolyn Wynn 
Chairman, Fine 
Arts, Languages 
and Literature 



Absent Administration: 

Don Knight Asst. Director for Educational Services Elbert Menees Chairman, Bus. 

Admin, and Economics David Taylor Chairman, Science, Engineering and 

Mathematics. 




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Nancy Babb 
Betty Baldwin 



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James W. Brown 
Karen Brown 






Jane Davisson 
Susan K. Dent 





Barry Franklin 
David M. Glenn 




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Alice Henderson 
Conway Henderson 



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Paul Lithard 
Lois Marriott 




IMancy Moore 
Rebekah Patterson 





Katie Beysiegel 
Joseph Bowman 





Vergene Colloms 
Cheryl Dammon 





Michael Dressman 
Gwendolyn Felton 





Pamela Gray 
Robert Harvey 





Norma Hendra 
Marjorie Keller 





Robert Metger 
Lawrence Moore 




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Victoria Poole 
William Reitmeier 




Dane Russo 
Emmanuel Seko 





Elizabeth Sikes 
Glenda Sims 








James P. Sloan 
Virginia Smith 






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Richard Spong 
Charles Stavely 



M.B. Ulmer 
Jessie Wall 



Dollie Weeks 
Percy Wimberly 



Charles Winston 



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Susan Gil more 
Mary Johnson 
Glenn Landrum 




Anne Bradley 
Joyce Butler 
Charlene Carrigan 
Ann Carter 



Marian Murph 
Barbara Owens 
Elizabeth Owens 



Peggy Rowe 
Ruth Shiplett 
Jack! Sherbert 



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Daniel Abraham 
Larry Adams 
Linda Adams 
Margaret Ahem 
Sharon Alderman 
Blanche Alexander 



Caprice Alexander 
Gregory Alexander 
Merrie Alexander 
Elizabeth Allen 
Larry Allen 
Nixon Allen 



Robert Allen 
Samuel Allen 
Thelma Allen 
Wally Alley 
Diane Allison 
Paulette Alverson 



Betty Anderson 
David Anderson 
Joy Anderson 
Earl Anderson 
Mary Andrews 
Stella Arce 



James Arrington 
Michael Atkins 
Camellia Ayers 
Ronald Babb 
Kathryn Bagwell 
Nancy Bagwell 



Susan Bagwell 
Carolyn Bailey 
Henry Bai ley 
Hope Bai ley 
Mildred Bailey 
Sammy Bailey 



W.C. Bailey 
Margaret Baker 
Ruth Baker 
Kim Baldwin 
LuAnn Baldwin 
Gloria Ballenger 




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Kay Ballenger 
Jack Barnes 
Paul Barron 
William Barron 
Johnny Barry 
Lynne Bates 



Helen Bean 
Wayne Beard 
Bill Beattie 
Terry Bennett 
William Bennett 
Joseph Bergmann 



Sandra Besnoy 
Robert Beviil 
Alice Bishop 
David Bishop 
Donna Bishop 
Marian Bishop 



Mark Bishop 
Roger Bishop 
Sara Bishop 
Bessie Black 
Daniel Blackwell 
Diane Blackwell 



Mark Blackwell 
Ted Blackwell 
Janice Blalock 
Teresa Blanchard 
Mary Jane Blanton 
Lawrence Blosser 



Michael BIythe 
Allen Bogan 
Nona Bolding 
Peggy Bolin 
James Bonds 
Dana Soulier 



Rachel Bowen 
Cynthia Bowers 
Sandra Bowers 
Beth Boyter 
Beth Bradley 
John Bradey 



127 



Judith Bradley 
Tressie Bradley 
Joyce Bragg 
Barry Bralley 
OIlie Bramlett 
David Brannon 



Marilyn Bremer 
Robbie Brewington 
Carol Brewton 
Charles Brian 
Katherine Bridges 
Patricia Bridges 



Errick Bridwell 
Benita Briggs 
Barbara Bright 
Janice Bright 
Irene Britton 
Jane Brockman 



James Brooks 
Jul ia Brooks 



Debra Brown 
Eartha Brown 



Mark Brown 
Jane Brown 





Kevin Brown 
Vicki Brown 
Fredda Bruce 
Malcolm Bruce 
Shei la Bryant 
Elizabeth Burgess 



Linda Burgess 
Wanda Burgess 
Freddy Burnett 
Harold Burnett 
Vernon Burnett 
Linda Burns 



Larry Burwell 
Sara Butler 
Judy Byars 
Peggy Byrd 
Sylvia Byrd 
Donna Camby 



Sandra Camby 
Dena Campbell 
Johnny Campbell 
Amanda Cannon 
Barbara Cannon 
Bruce Cannon 



John Cannon 
Martha Cannon 
Michael Cannon 
Al Cantrell 
Roy Carroll 
Cheri Carter 



Wi Ison Casey 
Karen Cavin 
Mark Chapman 
Mark Chapman 
Tom Chapman 
Leslie Charles 



Michael Charles 
Steve Chastain 
Rebecca Chasteen 
Marsha Clark 
Ben Clary 
Gay Clement 



129 



George Clements 
Mary Cleveland 
Sandra Clifton 
Stephen Cline 
Donna Clippard 
Melody Cody 



Denise Cogglns 
Harriet Cohen 
Jill Coley 
Bruce Coin 
Judy Coin 
Sherry Connor 



Patty Conrad 
Carmie Cook 
David Cook 
Judy Cook 
Walter Cook 
Pearson Cooper 



Douglas Copeland 
James Copeland 
Pamela Copeland 
Sally Costine 
James Couch 
David Cox 



Kaye Cox 
Leon Cox 
Phyllis Cox 
Joanne Covington 
Joan Grain 
John Crews 





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James Crocker 
Terry Crocker 
James Crook 
Harold Crossley 
Donna Crumpton 
Kristine Cudd 



John Cureton 
Candice Curry 
James Curry 
Barbara Dale 
Iris Dame 
Gwen Darby 



Paula Dave 
Edwin Davis 
Essie Davis 
Jackie Davis 
Kathy Davis 
Lawrence Davis 



Sylvia Davis 
Bernard Dawkins 
James Deal 
Anthony Dean 
Pamela DeFore 
Anita Dempsey 



Susanne Dempsey 
Carolyn DeShields 
Ida Dobbins 
Phillip Dodd 
Suzanne Dodds 
James Dogan 



Derrell Dollar 
Steve Douglas 
Deborah Dover 



Richard Dover 
Azon Downs 
Henrietta Drummond 



131 



Lynn Duckett 
Ruby Dumit 
Ellen Duncan 
Larry Duncan 



Ronald Duncan 
Carolyn Easier 
Deana Easier 
Kay Easier 



Patricia Easier 
Sylvia Easier 
Michael East 
Kenneth Eaves 



Barry Edge 
Kerry Edmunds 



Barbara Edwards 
Martha Edwards 



Mark Edwards 
Robert Edwards 



Sheila Edwards 
Terry Edwards 
Joe Elder 
Jimmy Elliott 
Michael Elliott 
Dorothy Ellis 




132 




Rhonda Ellison 
David Emory 
Patricia Epps 
Tyler Evans 
Janice Everman 
Robert Ezell 



Lucy Farmer 
Debbie Finch 
Susan Finch 



Cheryl Fisher 
David Floyd 
Wayne Floyd 



Nancy Ford 
Brenda Foster 
Celena Foster 



Mary Foster 
Bryan Fowler 
Gwendolyn Fowler 



Robert Fowler 
Kathy Fowler 
Kim Fowler 
Nellie Fowler 
Ronald Fowler 
Marie Fowler 



Claire Francis 
Johnny Franklin 
Christopher Frantz 
John Freeman 
Steven Frye 
Jennifer Fuller 



133 



Pam Gal I man 
Steven Galloway 
Elizabeth Gamboa 
Nando Garbarlne 
Carroll Gardner 
Carol Garner 



John Garrett 
Barbara Gaskins 
Debra Gaskins 
Roy Gauthier 
Ann George 
Ben George 



Christina George 
Robert Gibson 
Jane Gilbert 
Woodrow Gi Ibert 
Terry Gi Imer 
Shirley Godfrey 



Michael Goforth 
Jan Gosline 
Neil Gosnell 
Terry Gosnell 
Vicki Gosnell 
Ji 1 1 Gossett 



Martha Graham 
Wanda Granier 
Anthony Grant 
Elizabeth Grant 
John Graves 
Colin Gray 



Jacquelin Gray 
Carroll Green 
Vance Greene 
Emily Greene 
Iris Greene 
Joseph Greene 



Karen Greene 
Larry Greene 
Melanie Greene 
Joan Greenway 
Susan Greenway 
Sandy Greenwood 




134 




Alma Greer 
Roger Greer 



Martha Gregory 
Kent Gresham 



Diane Griffin 
Norman Groothedde 



Dennis Guest 
Andrew Gunn 
Lynn Gunter 
Jeri Gwinn 
John Gwinn 
Randall Gwinn 



Yvonne Gwinn 
Alden Hall 
Danny Hall 
Deborah Hall 
Jane Hall 
Kaye Hall 



Michael Hamilton 
Danny Hammett 
Deborah Hammett 
Beth Hammett 
JoAnn Hammett 
Larry Hammett 



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Steven Hammett 
Terry Hammett 
William Hammett 
Edith Hammond 
Tlnomcis Hanley 
Ross Hanna 



Donald Hardin 
Willie Hardy 
Patricia Harley 
Donie Harper 
Debra Harris 
Jean Harris 



Kathy Harris 
Shirley Harris 
James Harrison 
Susan Harrison 
Evelyn Hartley 
Becky Harvey 



Kathy Harvey 
Larry Harvey 
Mary Hattala 
Jack Hawkins 
John Hayes 
Melissa Hayes 




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Robin Hayes 
Roxanna Headlee 
Donald Heatherly 
Charles Henderson 
Kaja Henderson 
Rhonda Henderson 



Linda Hendrix 
Sharon Hendrix 
Sharon Herndon 
Susan Henson 
Martha Hibbard 
Dick Hiahf 



Laurie Hill 
Sheryl Hill 
Jimmy Hindman 
Mike Hines 
Paula Hines 
Rita Hines 



Janet Hipp 
Julie Hipp 
Elisabeth Hirsiger 
Danny Hix 
Mary Hodge 
Christine Hogan 



Michael Hogan 
David Holcombe 
Reginald Holden 
Lucile Holloman 
Debbie Holmes 
Judy Hood 



Margaret Hope 
Sandra Hopper 
Regina Home 
Rebecca Home 
Elleene Horton 
Judy Horton 



Eric Howard 
John Howard 
Robert Howard 
Sheila Howard 
Annette Huckaby 
Rebecca Hudson 



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Mike Hughey 
Keefer Humphries 
William Humphries 
Donald Hunt 
Sarah Hunt 
Patsy Huntley 



Susan Hursey 
Sam Hustin 
Danny Hyleman 
Robert Hyman 
Billy Inman 
Robert Irvin 



Albert Israel 
Angelia Israel 
Donna Ivey 
Linda Ivey 
Robert Jackson 
Shirley Jackson 



Shirley Jameson 
Jenny Jarvis 
Roman Jaskin 
Marty Jett 
Doris Ann Johnsor 
Dianne Johnson 



Debra Johnson 
Helen Johnson 
Johnny Johnson 
Sandie Johnson 
Wilma Johnson 
William Johnson 



Marvin Johnson 
Elizabeth Johnston 
Gerald Johnston 
Jerry Johnston 
Jack Jolley 
Buddy Jolley 



Reginia Jolley 
Betty Jones 
Carroll Jones 
Carolyn Jones 
Elizabeth Jones 
Susan Jones 




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Sara Jordan 
Nancy Kelly 
Bob Kennedy 
James Kerr 
Brenda Kimmons 
James Kimsey 



Donald King 
Joy King 
Richard King 
Deborah Kingsmore 
Robert Kingsmore 
Emma Kinsler 



Anthony Kirby 
Barbara Kirby 
Edward Kirby 
Martin Kirby 
Mary Kirl< 
Teri Kiser 



Michael Kite 
George Knickerbocker 
Jorii Knight 
Barbara Knighton 
Wi Iliam Knox 
Joey Kohn 



Emily Koon 
Merry Lamancusa 
Donna Lamb 
Roger Lambert 
Gerald Lancaster 
Rodney Lancaster 



Ronald Lance 
James Landon 
Thomas Lanford 
Eleanor Lawhon 
Phillip Lawrence 
Sara Lawson 



Inger Lawter 
Tru Lawter 
Faye Ledford 
Harriette Lee 
Kleber Lee 
Steve Lee 



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Debra Leiplein 
Eleanor Leslie 
Randall Lewis 
Curtis Linder 
James Linder 
Ralpli Linder 



Rhonda Linder 
Eric Lindsay 
Sherrie Lindsey 
Judith Link 
Donna Lipscomb 
Kerry Littlefield 



Joseph Logan 
Paul Loizakes 
Vicki Loizakes 
Richard Lovelace 
Robert Lowe 
William Lowe 



Michael Lukridge 
Stephen Lyies 
Joelene Lynch 
Billy Mabry . 
Ruth Mahaffey 
Patti Malone 



Teresa Malone 
Kathleen Maness 
Yasmin Manji 
Patricia Manning 
Vera Manning 
Karen Marshall 



Anthony Martin 
Janet Martin 
John Martin 
Patricia Martin 
Patty Martin 
Stewart Martin 



Virginia Martin 
James Martin 
Karen Marvin 
Steve Mason 
Wayne Mason 
Kayron Mathis 




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Van Maxwell 
Diane Maybin 
Kim Maybury 
Josephine McBeth 
Alice McBrlde 
Mary Ann McBrlde 



Kathleen McCall 
David McCartha 



Vickl McCartha 
Jeanle McClure 



Sylvia McCollough 
Barbara McConnell 



Beverly McCravy 
Cynthia McCullen 



Dennis McCutcheon 
Joseph Mc Daniel 



Mary McDanlel 
Sandra McDowell 
Howard McElrath 
Dennis McEntire 
Stephen McGregor 
Patricia Mclntyre 



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Pamela Mclntyre 
Deborah McKelvey 
William McKinnon 



Christianna McKissick 
Gary McMullen 
Ray McPherson 



Karen McRacken 
Maria McSwain 
Renee McSwain 



James Meadows 
Randy Medlock 
Mickey Melton 
Linda Metcalf 
Patti Met 2 
Ella Metze 



Karen Michaud 
Kathy Michels 
Mary Middleton 
Deborah Miller 
Frank Miller 
Jan Miller 



Thomas Miller 
William Miller 
Deborah Mills 
Randy Millwood 
George Mi ms 
Gayle Mitchem 



Dorothy Moffitt 
Shirley Moody 
Ann Moore 
Debra Moore 
Nancy Moore 
Walter Moore 




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Dorothy Moorefield 
James Morgan 
Randall Morrison 



John Morton 
Tommy Moss 
Donald Moss 



Jack Moyer 
Monte Mullen 
John Mullls 



Elizabeth Murff 
Hazel Wanney 
Thomas Nelson 
Belinda Nesbitt 
David Nettles 
Jane Newman 



Sandy Newman 
Tweedie Nichols 
Martha Noel 
Raymond 0' Brian 
Ann O'Connell 
Paula O'Del! 



Anne Odom 
Judy Odom 
Wendy Oglesby 
Curtis Oliver 
Caria Osborne 
Richard Oswald 



Gerald Owens 
Danny Owings 
Michael Pack 
Doris Padgett 
Phyllis Palmer 
M. L. Parham 



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Michael Pack 
Paula Paris 
Irene Parks 
Billy Parris 
Ann Parris 
Kathy Parris 



Robert Parris 
Robert Parris 
William Pascoe 
Virenda Patel 
Caria Patrick 
Robert Patterson 



Denise Patterson 
Robert Patterson 
Jack Patillo 
Steve Peahuff 
Carole Pearson 
Donna Peeler 



Wilma Perrion 
Ann Peteri 
Gedeon Peteri 
Patty Peteri 
Donna Pettit 
Cynthia Petty 



William Phelps 
Ralph Phillips 
Terry Pike 
Bobby Pitts 
Vicki Plaxico 
Jill Plexico 



Robin Plexico 
Buddy Poole 
Jill Poole 
Paulette Porter 
Helen Poston 
Carolyn Poteat 



Sherry Prevatte 
Henry Price 
Rhomeyn Pridgen 
Tracey Pruitt 
Johnny Parker 
Kathy Raines 







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Paul Raines 
Petra Ramantanin 
Linda Randolph 
Mary Randolph 
Mary Ratterree 
Gwendolyn Ray 



Janis Reese 
Brian Reeve 
Lou Ann Reeve 
Johnny Refro 
Ray Renfro 
David Reynolds 



Jennie Rhinehart 
James Richards 
Lester Richards 
Tommy Richardson 
Denise Riddle 
Larry Rising 



Chip Rivers 
Shirley Robbins 
Beverly Roberts 
Charles Robinson 
Ellisa Robinson 
Juanita Robinson 



Olga Rodriguez 
Cindi Rogers 
Elizabeth Rogers 



Joel Rogers 
Linda Rogers 
Joan Roper 



John Ross 
Wade Rost 
Luanne Rousey 



Leroy Rowe 
Ann Rush 
Bobbi Russell 
V.E. Ryles 
Matthew Sanders 
Randy Sanders 



M. Sanders 
Louise Sansbury 
Mary Sarratt 
Charlotte Scott 
Leila Scott 
Deana Scruggs 




Elizabeth Sharpe 
Joyce Shealy 
Tom Shealy 
Larry Sheard 
Freda Sheehan 
Brown Shelton 



Joseph Shelton 
Sarah Shelton 
Teresa Shelton 
J.D. Shockley 
Bobby Shopshire 
Lynn Shugart 



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Andy Skelton 
Beverly Skinner 
Tommy Smal I 
Nick Small 
Albert Smith 
Deborah Smith 



Gerald Smith 
Harold Smith 
Lynda Smith 
Michelle Smith 
Margaret Smith 
Myra Smith 



Mancy Smith 
Pamela Smith 
Robert Smith 
Robert Smith 
Steven Smith 
Susan Smith 



Sybil Smith 
Vernette Smith 
Walter Smith 
Wanda Smith 
Carol Smoak 
Michael Snelgrove 



Lewis Solesbee 
Susan Solesbee 
S. Sondov 
Katherine Spaw 
Jim Spearman 
Lee Speer 



James Splawn 
Jackie Staton 
Stephen Steadings 
Dennis Stepp 
Kim Stephens 
Kathryn Stillinger 



Camille Stockman 
Maureen Storr 
Richard Stroman 
Robert Sutherland 
Daniel Swad 
Lavanda Sweeney 



147 



Cynthia Swofford 
Debbie Tabbot 
Anthony Taylor 



Keith Taylor 
Heather Taylor 
Jeffrey Taylor 



John Taylor 
Karen Taylor 
Rachel Teague 



Raymond Teague 
Marian Teasley 
Ricky Theo 
Mary Thigpen 
Chuck Tho mason 
Cynthia Thompson 



Mike Thompson 
Marian Thompson 
Phillip Thompson 
Jack Threadgrill 
Elizabeth Tidwell 
Marie Ti llotson 



Larry Ti llotson 
Robert Ti llotson 
Patricia Timmons 
Duane Toney 
Terry Toney 
H.E. Toole 



Francis Traxler 
Gary Tripp 
Bill Trotter 
Linda Truesdale 
Kenny Tuck 






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Don Turner 
Dixy Turner 
^ Irene Turner 



Jone Turner 
Linda Turner 
IVlartha Turner 



Mavis Turner 
Cindy Vaughan 
Phil Vehorn 



Jerrene Verdin 
Vicl<i Vigneault 
Anita Vinson 
Grover Wall<er 
Heather Walker 
Herbert Walker 



William Walker 
Edna Wall 
Marcia Wallace 
Andy Wallace 
Chuck Wallington 
Connie Ware 



Linda Washington 
Joe Watkins 
Thomas Watterson 
Donna Weathers 
Joanne Weathers 
Larry Weaver 



Richard Webb 
Ruth Ann Webb 
Lynne Weisner 
Virginia Wessinger 
Nancy West 
Phillip West 



149 



Raymond Westbrook 
Wayne Wheatley 
Alan Whelchel 
Marc Whisenant 
David White 
Rebecca White 




Reglna Williams 
Larry Willis 
Bennet Wilson 
Casey Wilson 
Fran Wilson 
Kathy Wilson 



Lisa Wilson 
Scott Wilson 
Timothy Wilson 
B, Wofford 
Robert Wofford 
Steve Womick 



Mike Wood 
Susan Wood 
D. Wood 
Shelly Wordon 
Susan Works 
Roy Worley 



150 




Janet Woy 
Shirley Wright 
Jack Wynn 
James Youmans 



Savolyn Youngblood 
Jeff Zaccari 
A. Valgne 




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Chuck Allen 
Margie Avery 
Randy Ayers 
Dale Bagwell 
Robert Bisch 
Stephen Blackwell 



Pam Brown 
Robert Browning 
Alvin Burdette 
Kathy Burdette 
Boyce Bush 
D, Byce 



Dena Campbell 
Ann Canard 
Betty Chapman 
Diane Christopher 
Tomas Comer 
Barbara Dale 



151 



Barbara Davis 
Scott Dickerson 
Daisy Edwards 
Elizabeth Ferguson 
Fred Fowler 
Mary Jo Flowers 



Gordon Floyd 
Billie Jean Garner 
Crystal Gault 
Robin Goldsmith 
J. Goode 
Deborah Gregg 



Thomas Griffin 
Christy Guyton 
Cathy Hall 
Fances Hamilton 
Robert Haseldon 
Elizabeth Hirsiger 





Elizabeth Robinson 
Harry Royster 
Doris Sanders 
James Sarratt 
Shirley Seawright 



Anne Seay 
Cindy Seay 
Dale Sellars 
Dennis Settle 
Frank Sexton 
T. Sherbert 



153 



Connie Shoupe 
Cheryl Smith 
Debby Smith 
Dee Smith 
Dianne Smith 
Gail Smith 




Lewis Solesbee 
Mary Springer 
Thomas Tezza 
Madelin Thompson 
Michael Turner 
Ruth Varner 



George Ward 
Ginny Ward 
Joe Watson 
Daryl Welchel 
Susan West 
D. Wetmore 



David Wilkins 
Ted Williams 
David Wilson 
Kenneth Wiren 
Michael Woden 
Gail Wofford 



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