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Volume 69 


Jackson, Tennessee 38305 

From the days of the ancient Greeks, people have strived 
to attain goals. Without the drive to attain these goals, we 
lose sight of the purpose for which we were created. Being 
where we are today gives tribute to the fact that we have 
not lost sight of the objective nor the drive to reach it. Every 
aspect of our being is geared toward seeking the means by 
which we can accomplish our highest goals. 

Through times of doubt and hopelessness, we may waver 
from our chosen path and feel that there is no purpose for 
continuing. However, we must keep in mind that God is the 
only strength that can turn our eyes from obstacles that 
hinder us. With Paul, we can truly say ... "/ press towards 
the mark for the prize of the high calUng of Jesus Christ. " 
Philippians 3:19. 

Editor-in-Chief Miriam Agee 

Associate Editor Angie Gregory 

Assistant Editor Jennifer Jones 

Adviser Betty H. Foellinger 


Union Lifestyle .... 


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A decade ago, Union University 
leaders fulfilled a dream to rebuild the 
campus at a new location. Before that, 
efforts were poured into this dream, 
and now it is a reality which is a source 
of pride and in which we all take part. 
It took much time and care to arrive at 
our present point. God's hand was in it 
all, leading and directing, sometimes 
pressing our leaders forward when they 
were hesitant. 

What was the purpose for this 
dream? To glorify God with a university 
that will prepare its students for their 
chosen careers by training them with 
up-to-date techniques and equipment. 
Not only is the purpose to teach us 
academically, but also develop us 
spiritually and socially. 

Each year, students come to Union 
to search for their individual dreams. 
For each of us, God's hand will lead and 
direct, pressing us forward in fulfilling 
our own dreams and through us 
renewing again the hopes of our alma 
mater, Union University. 

/ can do all things 
through Christ which 
strengthens me. 
Philippians 4:13 


Our Founding Fathers lived and died as they sought to 
reach the. goal of making our country great. 

Our forefathers desired to preserve their dreams and 
goals for us, therefore they forged together their ideals in 
these words . . . "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that 
all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their 
Creator with inalienable rights; that among these are life, 
liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. " 

God has granted us the privilege to live in a coimtry 
where we are allowed and even encouraged to endeavor to 
attain our goals. 


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do in us, what we cannot do for 
ourselves. Catherine Marshall 

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Throughout our personal lives, many times we ask 
ourselves, "Why go on?" We see no reason to keep on keeping 
on. We may look for solace among the things of the world, 
but never find true comfort. The source of real confidence 
is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He loved us 
before we were born. He is our Prince of Peace, the Great 
Encourager. He was made human and went through trials just 
as we do every day. His love is so high, so deep, and so wide, 
it is able to encompass us in the depths of despair as well 
as the heights of victory. In everything He is there to reassure 
us. "/ can do all things through Christ which strengthens me. " 
Philippians 4:13. 

But they that wait 
upon the Lord shall 
renew their strength; 
they shall mount up 
with wings as eagles; 
they shall run, and 
not be weary; and 
they shall walk, and 
not faint. 

Isaiah 40:31 



In the 
Beginning . . . 

The familiar sight and sounds of 
moving-in rang through the housing 
complexes in late August as resident 
students returned for another year. 
Both student complexes were filled to 
capacity with overflow being housed in 
Warmath. The freshmen were given a 
taste of college life prior to registration 
by attending orientation. Upperclass- 
men were given a chance to renew old 
friendships and settle back into the 
college routine by attending welcome 

After freshmen orientation, the day 
of registration for freshmen arrived. 
Many knew nothing about what they 
were to do, and some are still somewhat 
unaware, yet things seem to work 
themselves out. 

... It is 

On June 2, 1984, three hundred 
and three graduates received their 
reward for four years of hard work and 
study. The brief walk across the stage 
and the handshake with Dr. Craig 
served to add the finishing touches to 
such an eventful day. 

June and August graduates were 
honored during the morning Baccalaur- 
eate service and afternoon senior 
reception with parents and faculty. 

Dr. Quinn Pugh, executive direct- 
or/treasurer for the Baptist Convention 
in New York delivered the Baccalaur- 
eate message. Mr. Carl Mays, editor and 
publisher of Creative Living Today, 
challenged the graduates with his 
commencement address. 

Josephine Mulson received the 
Highest Academic Achievement Award. 
Janet Reid was awarded the Elizabeth 
Tigrett Medal for achievement in 
citizenship, character, leadership, 
scholarship and school service. 

An evening of style . . . 

President's Reception 

On August 30, Union University hosted its annual 
President's Reception in the main dining room (or the 
cafeteria to most). As in the past, this reception served as 
an ideal opportunity for students, as well as faculty, and 
administrators to meet and get to know each other. 

The formal atmosphere was offset by the casual 
conversation between all who attended. Students as well as 
faculty were greeted by Student Government Association 
President, Reggie Thomas; Union University's President, Dr. 
Robert Craig, and his wife; and Dr. Hyran Barefoot, Vice 
President for Academic Affairs and his wife. 

The President's Reception is a chance to see another side of people that 
we don't usually see. Roles are changed for the night as the faculty serve 
as hosts and hostesses to students. The cafeteria is transformed from the 
usual dining room where we eat our meals to a formal reception hall. Tables 

of delicious finger foods and punch are set out to tempt even the most finicky 
appetite. The reception is another way Union University says "we care." It 
is always a highlight to the start of the school year. 

Ivy Scarborough, a Jackson attorney, was the featured Chuck Maxwell, a Union graduate, was the featured artist of 
speaker as the Jones Lecturer and also at the Russian Festival the annual Homecoming concert, 
sponsored by the Honors Association. 


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The Tannahill Weavers brought their special kind of music to Union sponsored by the Lyceum Performing Arts Series. 

The Union Players Present . . . 

Wait until Dark 

Eric Barron served as director of All-Sing. 

All-Sing 84 Presents 


Defending All-Sing champions, Zeta Tau Alpha, 
extended their reign with a sweep of All-Sing '84. Zeta's 
secular selection featured a medley of Lionel Richie hits. For 
their religious entry, they sang a rendition of the Sandi Patti 
hit. We Shall Behold Him, complete with sign language. 
Norma Scott was the Zeta All-Sing director. 

Coming in second place was Sigma Alpha Epsilon. For 
their show, they sang Be Thou My Vision and / Stand at 
the Corner. Chi Omega finished out the awards with third 
place for their selections of If They Could See Me 
Now/Football Hero and Upon This Rock. Steve Kellough and 
Sheri Murphy were the respective leaders of these groups. 

All-Sing '84, with the theme of He Is the Music, was 
under the direction of Eric Barron. 

The women of Zeta Tau Alpha proudly display their first place trophy. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon received second place. 

Chi Omega, third place winners, display their pleasure. 

Union Hosts State Forensics Tournament 

The 1985 Tennessee Intercollegiate Speech and Debate 
Tournament was held at Union University on February 15-16. 
Planning for the tournament began last October under the 
direction of Dr. Michael Pollock, Communication Arts 
department chairman and president of the Tennessee 
Intercollegiate Speech and Debate Association. Participating 
schools included Carson - Newman College, Tennessee 
Temple University, Trevecca - Nazarene College, Austin - 
Peay University, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, David 
Lipscomb College, Vanderbilt University, and Union 

To be a young debate team. Union held its own in 
competition with larger schools more experienced in 
competition. Overall, Union ranked third in the state in 
cumulative awards, preceded only by Carson - Newman and 
Tennessee Temple. Gina Kelley received top honors for the 
After-Dinner speech. Brad Douglass ranked fifth in the 
Poetry category and Rhetorical Criticism while Sims Byrd 
ranked sixth in Rhetorical speaking. John Longworth and 
Tammy Thompson placed fifth in the Duo-Acting 
competition. Steve Maroney and John Jackson placed seventh 
in Debate. 

Union contestants display their trophies and smiles after the awards 
ceremony. Left to right: John Longworth, Tammy Thompson, Brad Douglass, 
Sims Byrd, and Gina Kelley. 

Gina Kelley practices hard for her competition in the After-Dinner Speaking 
category. All of her hard work paid off when she received the top award 
in the state for this competition. 

Tammy Thompson accepts her award for third place in Informative 

Terrance Thomas practices for his competition in Debate. 

Pucciah Fectibal 

On November 12-14, 1984, Union students were 
participants in a Pucciah Fectibal. For the few who were not 
sure exactly what a Pucciah Fectibal was, it was interpreted 
into English as Russian Festival. The Honors Student 
Association, under the direction of sponsor Dr. Pat Pinson, 
and Jennifer Clement, president, sponsored this event. 

Leading the list of distinguished speakers was Ivy 
Scarborough, a lawyer in the Jackson area and a Union 
graduate, who spoke of his recent trip to the Soviet Union. 

His discussion focused on US/USSR relations, politics, and 
people and places of the USSR. Other speakers included 
Vadim and Galina Raff who are natives of Leningrad, USSR; 
Catherine Carls, an authority on Polish history; and Tom 
Walsh, a member of the Baptist Peace Tour to Russia. 

Students were treated to an exhibit of decorated eggs by 
Mrs. Harry Johnsey, who bases this art on the designs of Carl 
Faberge, master designer of the Romanov family. Various 
exhibits were displayed by academic organizations. 

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Homecoming '84 

Sandra Skinner, Leigh Wilson, and Abigayle Gibson compete for the ice cream sandwich eating contest at Class Playday. 

Juniors Prove 
They've Got What 
It Takes 

Competitive spirits were challenged as 
the classes participated in the popular Class 
Playday on Thursday of Homecoming week. 
Classmates were present to join in the 
activities and to cheer on their teammates. 
When the dust had settled after such 
activities as shoe race, dizzy lizzy, ham- 
burger eating, pizza eating, and chin toss, 
the Junior class under the team leadership 
of Emily Garrett, proved to have the best 
spirit and were pronounced the winners. 

The Freshmen class struggles to finish the chin pass. 

The Freshmen Class display took first place honors. 

Chi Omega captured second place with their display. 

Alpha Tau Omega Display 

Zeta Tau Alpha Display 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Display 

Lambda Chi Alpha Display 

Awards Luncheon 

A Homecoming highlight for returning alumni is the 
Alumni Awards Luncheon. This event is held in the 
Gilbert-Powers Students Commons and is catered by ARA 
Food Services. Mr. Robert L. Hundley, alumni president, 
presided over this year's program. Alumni were welcomed 
with a short concert by Proclamation, and a few words from 
Dr. Robert Craig, president. Mr. Hundley presented Mr. Lacy 
Earl Williams with the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Mr. 
Phelan B. Brasher received the Distinguished Service Award 
while Captain Robert B. Sims also was awarded the 
Distinguished Service Award. Dr. David J. Irby, chairman of 
the Religion and Philosophy department, received the 
Distinguished Faculty/Staff Award for his long and 
meritorious service to Union. 

Captain Robert Sims received the Distinguished Service Award. 

Dr. Hyran Barefoot introduces Dr. Irby to the alumni. 

Visitors were greeted by faculty member, Mrs. Betty Foellinger. 

Communication Arts Has 
Got What It Takes 

On Saturday, the Communication Arts department 
celebrated their new radio and television laboratory with a 
ribbon cutting ceremony and open house. President Craig, 
Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Hyran Barefoot, Dr. 
James Baggett, Dean of the School of Humanities, and Dr. 
Michael Pollock, head of the Communications Arts 
department made dedication comments. Mrs. Patty Smith, 
instructor of broadcasting, along with President Craig cut the 
ribbon and officially dedicated the broadcasting laboratory 
- classroom. 

The dedication was videotaped for future viewing. 

President Craig and Mrs. Smith officially open the laboratory. 

President Craig declares WKUU is "on the air.' 

A small part of the $60,000 radio and television equipment. 

Bulldogs Have 
Got What It 

In a double-header against Cum- 
berland College of Lebanon, the Lady 
Bulldogs and Bulldogs pulled off 
impressive Homecoming wins for the 
crowd of returning alumni and 
students. The spectators were brought 
to their feet time and time again as the 
home teams rolled on to victory. The 
Lady Bulldogs were led in scoring by 
Charlotte Hart while the Bulldogs were 
led by Michael Johnson. 

Charlotte Hart and Audrey Hunt grab for the ball. 

Buster The Bulldog makes friends with a visitor 
at Homecoming. 

Stevie Howard goes for a lay-up against Cumberland. 

Homecoming Court 1984 

1984 Homecoming Court, left to right: Lynette Shelly, 
Robyn Agee, Queen Emily Garrett, Beth Gay, Janet Watkins 

Emily Garrett, a 19-year-old junior from Parsons, 
Tennessee, was named Homecoming Queen 1984. Emily is a 
computer science major who is active in Chi Omega, Student 
Foundation, and Alpha Chi. She presently serves as junior 
class president. 

Carol Swafford, Homecoming co-chairman, bestows the honorary banner on 
Emily as Chris Craig, Emily's escort, looks on. 

Campus Favorites 

Kathy Jolly, an Education major from Jackson, TN, is active in STEA. 
Sondra Taylor, a Physical Education major from Hernando, Miss., is on the 
tennis team. Both are members of Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Cindy Brooks, an Elementary Education major from Colombia, TN, is active 
in STEA and is the Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart. Marty Stubblefield, a 
junior from Frankfort, KY, is on the basketball team. Tracy Baker, an 
Elementary Education major from Camden, TN, is a member of Zeta Tau 
Alpha, and is a little sister of Alpha Tau Omega. 

Chris Craig, from Humboldt, TN, is a Physical Education and Health major, 
and is an active member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Janet Watkins, from West 
Memphis, Ark., is the captain of the cheerleading squad and an Alpha Tau 
Omega little sister. Kevin Ezell from Paducah, KY, is on the Student 
Foundation and on the tennis team. 


Lana Younger, a Management/Marketing major from McLemoresville, TN, 
is on the Student Foundation, is a Sigma Alpha Epsilon little sister, and 
is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha. Nancy Atkeison a sophomore from 
Somerville TN, is a Lambda Chi Alpha little sister and is an officer of Zeta 
Tau Alpha. 

Lynette Shelly, a Communication Arts major from Dyersburg, TN, is on the 
Student Foundation and is an officer in Chi Omega. Emily Garrett, from 
Parsons, TN, is a member of Chi Omega and is this year's Homecoming 

Lance Word, a Rehgion major from Southaven, MS. is active in Phi Mu 
Alpha and is member of the Resident Life Board, Robyn Agee is an officer 
in Chi Omega and is an Alpha Tau Omega httle sister. 

Barry Puckett, from Paducah, KY, is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
and is on the basketball team. Mike Rodriguez, a Computer Science major 
from Madison, TN is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

Sandy Yopp from Middleton, TN, is active in Lambda Chi Alpha and is 
a Union University cheerleader. Drew Gay horn Ripley, TN. is a Music major 
and sings in Proclamation. 

Mark Pendergrass, from Memphis, TN, is on the 
Student Foundation, and is on the tennis team. 

Beth Gay, a Music major from Ripley, TN, is a 
member of Covenant and is an Alpha Tau Omega 
little sister. 

Who's Who at Union 

Tim Dukes 
Computer Science 

Rita Kaye Escue 

Russell Lee Evans Jr. 

Judith Shelaine Farabee 

Stephen A. Howard 
Physical Education/Health 

Timothy Alan Jerrolds 
Managem en t/Marketing 

Lee Anne Hobbs Lovelady 

Wendy Lynn McCall 

Janet Annell Nowell 

Sharrill Ann Rice 

Brenda Jane Ross 

Kerry Dale Smith 

Thirty tvvt) students from Union have been named to the 
1985 edition of UVio's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities. Who's Who is a nationally 
recognized directory that publishes the names of students 
selected on the basis of above average academic standing, 

community service, leadership ability and potential for 
continued success. In 1985, more than 1,000 schools in all 50 
states confer this honor. In February these 32 students were 
honored with a certificate at a special chapel service. 

Alisa Ann Clift 
Music Education 

Jennifer Lanoir Cox 

Debbie Lou Deere 
Managem en t/Marke ting 

James W. Donnell Jr. 

Lisa Grace McCollum 
Music Education 

Michael Roy Meredith 

Carol Ann Morris 
Music Education 

Sheri Lynn Murphy 

Charlotte Marie Stockton 

Sondra Louise Taylor 
Physical Education/Health 

Mary Christine Watkins 
Computer Science 

Tammy Nowlin Yarbrough 

Mr. and Miss Union 1984 

Reggie Thomas and Debbie Deere 

Reggie Thomas, MR. UNION 
A native of Huntingdon, Tennessee 
Will receive a B.A. in Religion 
SGA President 

Member of Student Foundation 
Member of Taylor Pre-Legal Society 
Member of Ministerial Association 
Campus Favorite 

Debbie Deere, MISS UNION 
A native of Lexington, Tennessee 
Will receive B.S. in Management/Marketing 
Chi Omega President 
Student Foundation President 
Alpha Tau Omega Little Sister 
Senior Class Treasurer 
Who's Who 

Miss Union Pageant Presents . . . 

An Evening of Rhapsody in Blue 

Pageant Staff, left to right: Charles Fowler, assistant producer/director, Sandra 
Skinner, assistant producer/director, Kevin Bass, producer, Eric Barron, director. 

Alisa Clift, 
the delight 

Pageant Singers, first row, left to right: Lanetta Littlefield, 
Sam Newman, Charles Fowler, Debbie Madoni, second row: 
Miss Union 1984, performed a vocal selection to Norma Scott, Mindy Dean, Melinda Moore, third row: Chris 
of the audience. Griggs, Steve Kellough, Drew Gay. 

Denise Barnett, a 21-year-old nursing major, is from Kevil, 
Kentucky. For talent she performed a jazz dance while 
representing Lamplighters. 

Kelly Jo Bradley represented the Lambda Chi Alpha 
fraternity. She is a psychology major from Maiden, Missouri. 

Betb Gay performed "Via Dolorosa" for her talent selection. 
Beth is a 21-year-old from Ripley, Tennessee, representing 
Alpha Tau Omega. 

Tammy Castellaw represented the Rutledge History Club. 
"Ballade Pour Adeline" was the name of her piano solo. 

Lorie Lynn Clayton, a junior from Southaven, Mississippi, 
performed "No Matter What Happens" for her talent 

Lisa Campbell, representing the sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha 
played "My Tribute" as a piano solo. 

Emily Garrett, a junior from Parsons, Tennessee, represented 
the Junior Class. Emily is a computer science major. 

Emily Ivy, representing the Freshman Class, is a nursing 
major from Decaturville, Tennessee. 

Lisa Haydock, a Communication arts major, performed a 
vocal selection for her talent. Lisa represented Chi Omega. 

Cindy Jaggars, performed "I Honestly Love You" for the 
talent competition. She is a Communication Arts major. 

Cheryl Leigh Johnson, from Dajfton, Ohio, is a sacred music 
major and represented the Phi Alpha Theta fraternity. 

Sherra Lowry, a 20-year-old social work major, is from 
Nashville, Tennessee. She performed a vocal selection. 

Jodi Osborne, representing Student Publications, performed 
'Thank You Lord" as a piano solo for her talent. 

Valerie Ozier, a sophomore from Jackson, Tennessee 
performed a jazz vocal selection from "Dream Girls." 

Tammy Rogers, representing Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, 
is a junior from Goodlettsville, Termessee. 

Suzetta Tillman, from Robards, Kentucky, represented Phi 
Mu Alpha Sinfonia and performed a medley from "Evita." 

Janet Watkins represented the Senior Class. For her talent 
she performed "Stubborn Love." 

Sheera Oakley, from Pekin, Illinois, performed a piano solo 
of "Toccata." She represented Sigma Alpha Iota. 

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Can We Talk 

The Intramural Program, under 
the direction of Sandra Morgan, is an 
opportunity for students, staff, and 
faculty members to participate in 
various recreational activities. In- 
tramurals consist of many different 
sporting events including flag football, 
basketball, soccer, and volleyball, which 
are team sports. Individual events 
include tennis, table tennis, and 
billiards. Swimming events have been 
added to the program this year with the 
addition of the pool facility. 

The intramural program is de- 
signed for all students who wish to 
participate in athletics, but who do not 
play on varsity teams. 

Activities Complex Dedicated 

Union University's new E.T. "Rocky" Palmer Activities 
Complex was completed this year and dedicated on Friday, 
September 21. 

The $1.2 million dollar complex includes a six-lane 
swimming pool, gymnasium, two racquetball courts, a game 
room, dressing rooms, classroom space, and an enlarged 
bookstore and post office. 

The entire complex is named in honor of Dyersburg 
attorney E.T. "Rocky" Palmer, a 1932 graduate of Union. In 
addition to Mr. Palmer's years as a student, he has also served 

on Union's Board of Trustees for seven years. 

The Aquatic Center of the complex was named in honor 
of Mrs. Grace Williams, a professor emeritus of Union. She 
served Union for thirty years as an associate professor of 
health and physical education and was also the sponsor for 
the cheerleading squad, Physical Education Club, and senior 
class during this time. 

Union University wishes to express thanks to all those 
who made this facility a possibility. 

A football standout at Union, E.T. Palmer is an avid supporter of Union. Mrs. Grace Williams spent 30 of her 42 years of teaching at Union. 

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1985 Bulldog Baseball 

1984-1985 Bulldogs, left to right, first row: Steve Wilder, 
rony Fry, Jeff Wyatt, Grant Ward, Steve Carnal, Randy 
rlunt. Rod Hari, Ted Siler, second row: Eric Ward, David 
riughes, Kris Weir, Brady Webb, Pete Williams, Fred 

Williams, Barry Bishop, Mark Tutor, Scott Treadway, Tim 
Nichols, Don Myers, third row: Coach David Blackstock, 
Frank Glover, Bart Teague, Tom Weiler, John McCullough, 
Tommy Locke, Neil Thagard, Coach Linn Stranak. 






April 6 



February 23 

Rust College 


April 8 



February 26 

Ole Miss 


April 9 

David Lipscomb 


March 1 

Southeast Missouri 


April 10 



March 4 

Arkansas State 


April 11 



March 6 

Mississippi State 


April 13 



March 9 

Rust College 

Holly Springs 

April 15 



March 11 



April 16 



March 12 



April 17 

Northeast Illinois 


March 16 



April 18 



March 18 

Carroll College 


April 19 



March 19 



April 20 

UT Martin 


March 21 



April 22 



March 23-30 

Christian College 

April 23 




Cocoa, Florida April 25 

David Lipscomb 


April 2 



April 26 



April 4 



April 29 



April 5 



May 8-11 

District 24 Tournament 

1985: A 

Many positive results came from 
last year's Bulldog baseball team. A 
young team, with only three starting 
seniors, proved that they could play. 

Union University finished their 
1984 baseball season with a 28-11-1 
record. This record entitled the Bull- 
dogs to a 15th place ranking in the 
NAIA poll. The highlights of the season 
for Union were when they captured the 
crown in the Christian College Tour- 
nament in Boca Raton, Florida, for the 
fourth straight year. The Dogs 8-0 
record in the 1984 Tournament was 
only the second undefeated record in 
the 17-year history of the tournament. 

The only other school to accom- 
plish this feat was Montreat Anderson 
College of North Carolina in 1977. 
Ironically, this team was coached by 
Linn Stranak, who now shares the 
duties here at Union with David 

Season of Hope 

The Bulldogs had practically 
packed their bags to head to the first 
round of the national playoffs, but 
missed by .0046 percentage points. The 
Dogs needed only one win out of their 
final two games of the season. They 
could not come up with a victory in 
either game. The Dogs lost to Christian 
Brothers College, who got a shot at the 
national playoffs. This was a 10-inning 
game in which CBC held Union to a 6-5 

The next day the Bulldogs played 
host to Trevecca College. This game 
could decide the chances of the Dogs 
going to the playoffs. The Bulldog 
baseball team was defeated 4-3. 

With all this under the young 
team's belt, the Bulldogs should be very 
strong with last year's young players 
returning. Now these are experienced 
players who are ready to contend with 
anyone. Team goal for 1985: NAIA 
World Series. 

1984-85 Lady Bulldogs 

1984-1985 Lady Bulldogs, left to right, first row: Brenda Ross, Audrey Hunt, 
second row: Floyd Rowe, Lori Wright, Tami Coleman, Mary Marable, Vicky 

Swindell, Kelley Worner, Jackie Graham, Shelly Logeman, Charlotte Hart, 
Melinda Angel, Sherry Patterson, Coach David Blackstock 






January 17 

Cumberland College 


November 19 

Lane College 


January 19 



November 20 

UT Martin 


January 21 

Lambuth College 


November 23- 

University of Florida 


January 24 

David Lipscomb 


November 26 


January 26 

UT Martin 


November 29 

David Lipscomb 


January 28 

Southeast Missouri 


December 1 

Cumberland College 


January 31 

Belmont College 


December 3 

Mississippi State 


February 2 



December 7-8 

ARC Tournament 


February 4 

Blue Mountain 

Blue Mountain 

January 5 

Mississippi State Univ. 


February 7 



January 7 



February 9 

Belmont College 


January 8 

Delta State 


February 11 

Bethel College 


January 10 

Blue Mountain 


February 14 

Lambuth College 


January 12 

Lane College 


February 16-20 

NAIA Tournament 

January 14 

Bethel College 


irenda Ross, a 6'0" center, is a senior from 
Vaverly, Tennessee. Brenda has been a starter 
or Union for four years. 

Audrey Hunt, from Jackson, Tennessee, plays the 
position of guard for the Lady Bulldogs. She is 
a 5'9" senior. 

Jackie Graham was one of the most dominating 
players in the VSAC. Jackie is from Linden, 
Tennessee and is a sophomore. 

Kelley Worner, a junior forward from Cuyahoga 
Falls, Ohio, is a transfer student from South- 
Bastern Illinois Junior College. 

Charlotte Hart, the premier high school student 
in West Tennessee last year, plays both the guard 
and forward positions on the team. 

Coach David Blackstock entered his fourth season 
as Lady Bulldog head coach. He has led the team 
to district championships each season. 


What a Season! 

The Lady Bulldogs opened the 
season with a 103-70 victory over their 
cross-town rival, the Lane Dragons. 
Charlotte Hart made her college debut 
by scoring a game-high of twenty 
points. Jackie Graham put in fifteen 
points and Kelley Worner put in eleven 
and contributed twelve rebounds. 
Brenda Ross also contributed to the 
victory by scoring eleven points. Union 
hit fifty-five percent from the floor. 

On November 24, the Lady Bull- 
dogs faced Troy State in the Pensacola 
Classic in Florida. Union defeated Troy 
79-66. Charlotte Hart was again the 
leading scorer for the Lady Bulldogs 
with 23 points credited to her. Audrey 
Hunt added 21 points and Kelley 
Worner put in 19 points. Jackie 
Graham also made a major contribution 
by sinking 10 points and pulling down 
8 rebounds. Again Union hit over 50% 
from the field (30 of 56). 

During the first round of the 
tourney, the Lady Bulldogs defeated 
PhiUips College 71-56. Audrey Hunt led 
Union's scoring with 16 points. Kelley 
Worner had 14 points. Jackie Graham 
scored 13 and Brenda Ross and 
Charlotte Hart both had 10 points. 
When the finals of the tournament 
rolled around. Union was there defeat- 
ing Georgia Southwestern 85-75 for the 

After the tournament was over, the 
Lady Bulldogs returned home to 
prepare for a game with David 
Lipscomb. It had been predicted that 
the Lady Bulldogs would have a rough 
time against Lipscomb; however, they 
rolled over the visitors 72-52. Union hit 
32 of 64 from the field for 50%. Union 
led also in free throws by connecting 8 
of 10. 

On December 1, Homecoming 
arrived and Union couldn't ask for a 
better one. The Lady Bulldogs beat 
Cumberland 86-74. The only sad note 
of the event was the injury of junior 
Vicky Swindell. This was the second 
game of the season that she had 
received a knee injury, leading to an 
eventual retirement from the sport. 

Again Charlotte Hart led the 
scoring with 26 points. Jackie Graham 
had 16 and Lori Wright added 12. 
Union hit 33 of 68 shots. 

In other tournament action Union 
won the Association for Retarded 
Citizens Tournament with a 94-61 
victory over Freed-Hardeman. 

31-2 Score Sheet 

On December 3, the Lady Bulldogs had 
a major victory added to their win column, 
by defeating a Southwestern Conference 
school, Union by-passed Mississippi state 
with a score of 108-88. Kelley Worner led in 
scoring for the Lady Bulldogs with 21 points. 
This was also the team that Union bowed to 
in their first defeat of the regular season. 

After Christmas, Union defeated Chris- 
tian Brothers in overtime 81-77. At this point, 
the Lady Bulldogs shared first place in West 
Division of the Volunteer State Athletic 
Conference with Lambuth. 

On January 11, Union was ranked 12th 
in the nation as they defeated Blue Mountain 
of Mississippi 91-64. 

As of January 15, Union celebrated the 
first ever top-ten ranking in the NAIA. In 
District 24 standings Union was all alone in 
first place. Coach Blackstock said, "It's a 
great honor for Union and for our conference, 
but even more than that, I feel it's something 
the girls have truly earned." To celebrate this 
ranking, Union defeated Bethel in McKenzie, 

By January 26, the Lady Bulldogs were 
ranked 9th in the latest NAIA poll. That 
evening they defeated the University of 
Tennessee at Martin, a NCAA Division I 
school, 99-73. By the middle of January, 
Union was ranked first in VSAC play and first 
in NAIA District 24 play. 

In the last game of the regular season. 
Union defeated Lambuth 95-90. This gave the 
Lady Bulldogs a 10-0 record in VSAC West 
Division and a 27-1 record over all. On 
February 12, Union again faced Lambuth for 
the championship game of the NAIA District 
24 West. Union again clipped the Lambuth 
Lady Eagles for the title. 

On March 1, the Lady Bulldogs traveled 
to Jefferson City to face the NAIA East 
champion, Carson-Newman, for a West vs. 
East championship game. It was in Jefferson 
City that the Lady Bulldogs felt the hardest 
blow of the season. They were defeated 77-75. 

Despite this loss this is the Lady's 
Bulldogs best season ever, ranking 4th in 
NAIA. We are expecting an even bigger and 
better season next year. Congratulations to 
Coach-of-the-Year David Blackstock and the 
Lady Bulldogs: Vicky Swindell, Audrey Hunt, 
Brenda Ross, Kelley Worner, Jackie Graham, 
Charlotte Hart, Mary Marable, Lori Wright, 
Shelly Logeman, Tami Coleman, and Melinda 

1984-1985 Bulldogs 

1984-1985 Bulldogs, first row, left to right: John Swindler, Cleve Harris, Elvis 
Mitchell, Michael Johnson, second row: Coach Jim Swope, Cal Johnson, 
Danny Montgomery, Scott Stone, Marty Stubblefield, Ricky Powers, Bryan 

Tibbits, Barry Puckett, Steve Howard, Kerry Graskewicz, David Barham, 
Winston Varnado. 






January 14 

Bethel College 


November 16 

Tennessee Wesleyan 


January 17 

Cumberland College 


November 19 

Lane College 


January 19 



November 26-27 

Bicentennial Exchange 


January 21 

Lambuth College 



January 24 

David Lipscomb 


November 29 

David Lipscomb 


January 29 

Trevecca College 


December 1 

Cumberland College 


January 31 

Belmont College 


December 4 

Rust College 


February 2 



December 6 

UT Martin 


February 5 

Rust College 

Holly Springs 

December 8 

Trevecca College 


February 7 



January 4-5 

Tennessee Temple 


February 9 

Belmont College 



February 11 

Bethel College 


January 8 



February 14 

Lambuth College 


January 12 

Lane College 


February 23-27 

VSAC Playoff 







Cal Johnson (35), senior from Norris City, Illinois, 
led the Bulldogs in assists and steals. 

Danny Montgomery {33), 6'2" senior forward from 
Brownsville, TN, was sidelined much of the 
season with a sprained ankle. 

Elvis Mitchell (21) led the 'Dogs in scoring much 
of the season. Elvis is a 6'4" junior. 

Kerry Graskewicz (13), saw action both as a 
forward and guard. Kerry is a transfer junior from 
PinckneyviUe, Illinois. 

Coach Jim Swope began his 10th year as Bulldog 
head coach, where he has compiled a winning 
record with the 'Dog basketball team. 


The men gave it their all, but the 
season started out on a bad note. The 
Bulldogs traveled to Athens, Tennessee 
to play in the Rotary Classic as the 
season opened, but fell to a 92-88 loss 
to Tennessee Wesleyan. At the half 
Union was behind 50-38. Union stopped 
the fast breaks, but just couldn't pull 

During the second game of the 
tournament Union came out with a 
victory. The Bulldogs defeated Bryan 
College 97-78. This evened Union's 
record to 1-1. Danny Montgomery was 
the leading scorer for the Union men 
with 22 points. Elvis Mitchell made the 
all-tournament team and scored 16 
points and eight rebounds. The Bull- 
dogs shot 55 percent from the hardwood 
and hit 13 of 17 free throws. 

On November 19, Union met its 
cross-town rival. Lane College. The 
Bulldogs were dominant throughout the 
game. At the half Union led 38-22. Cal 
Johnson was the 'Dogs leading scorer 
with 15 points to his credit. Michael 
Johnson was right behind him with 14 
and Danny Montgomery dropped in 
nine with nine rebounds. Against the 
Dragons, Union shot 47.2 percent and 
hit 6 of 10 from the line. 

When David Lipscomb came to 
Jackson they brought with them an 
undefeated men's team. When they 
went home they had a 79-71 loss to take 
back to Bison country. 

Homecoming was a game to 
remember. With three minutes to play 
in the first half. Union was down 31-23, 
but by the half Union was behind 31-29. 
The second half was a close game too. 
With 11 minutes left in the game Union 
led 50-39, but that didn't last long. 
With five minutes left Union only led 
52-50 over Cumberland. That was as 
close as the Cumberland Bulldogs ever 
got. The final score was Union 63, 
Cumberland 60. 

When the 'Dogs traveled to Martin 
the reception was cold. The Bulldogs 
just couldn't get warmed up. UTM is 
NCAA Division 11, and they proved 
their "stuff as they hit Union 96-71. 
Cal Johnson dropped in 22 points and 
Elvis Mitchell added 17. Union only hit 
9 of 18 free throws compared to the 
Pacer's 22 of 25. 

On December 8, Union met Trevec- 
ca in Nashville. In a heart-stopping 
game, the score was 74-74 with 2 
seconds remaining in the game. From 
out of nowhere Cal Johnson stole an 
inbound pass and was fouled. He hit the 
second of his two free throws putting 
Union on top by one. 


Marty Stufflefield had tied the game 
with 4 seconds left by hitting a jumper. When 
Trevecca tried a full court pass Union's Stevie 
Howard grabbed it and put in two free throws 
after he was fouled. At this point in the 
season, Union was 2-0 in VSAC and 7-4 
overall, thanks to the 77-74 win over host 
team Trevecca. 

Union's winning streak was brought to a 
halt by the Bethel Wildcats when the Cats 
jumped on top with a 14-6 lead with six 
minutes gone. At the half the Cats led the 
'Dogs 43-36. From that point the Union men 
would never take the lead. In the second half 
the Cats hit 23 of 26 free throws and 33 of 
55 shots. Union hit 16 of 24 free throws and 
29 of 69 field goal attempts. The final score 
was an eye soaring 89-74 in favor of Bethel. 

Trevecca came to Union seeking revenge 
and they got it. With one minute remaining 
Union had a one point lead and was stalling 
the ball. Trevecca took that opportunity to 
steal a cross court pass and draw a foul. 
Trevecca stepped to the line and hit both 
shots of a one-and-one, giving Trevecca the 
win of 76-75. 

The 'Dogs had to face another area rival 
when they went to Henderson to face 
Freed-Hardeman. With 23 seconds remaining 
in the game, the score was 60-59 in favor of 
Union. The final tilted towards Union with 
a 63-61 victory over Freed-Hardeman. 

The Bulldogs again fell by the way side 
when the Bisons of David Lipscomb showed 
that the home court advantage did work. The 
Bisons hit 68 percent from the field to seek 
revenge on the Bulldogs. The final score was 
Lipscomb 71, Union 63. 

In the biggest rival game Union was 
defeated by the Eagles of Lambuth 75-72. 
This was Lambuth's first VSAC win of the 
season. Kerry Graskewicz and Cleve Harris 
both had 20 points for Union. Cal Johnson 
had 12 and Danny Montgomery had 10. In 
an earlier game that week, Union walked all 
over Lambuth by defeating them 109-80. 

The final game of the regular season was 
with Freed-Hardeman. Some have considered 
it to be the best for the spectators in terms 
of action. In overtime Union defeated 
Freed-Hardeman 76-75. 

The Bulldogs had a tough season, but we 
want to congratulate: Coach Jim Swope, John 
Swindler, James Harris, Elvis Mitchell, 
Michael Johnson, Cal Johnson, Danny 
Montgomery, Scott Stone, Marty Stubb- 
lefield, Ricky Powers, Bryan Tebbetts, Barry 
Puckett, Stevie Howard, Kerry Graskewicz, 
David Barham, and Winston Varnado, 
student assistant. 

1984: The Best Ever! 

The Union Men s Tennis Team had a successful year in 
1984. They had a 19-7 season, which tied the all-time school 
record for victories in a season. The tennis squad, coached 
by Ron Barry, tied for second in the VSAC West with a record 
of 8-4. Another honor they received was finishing fifth in the 
NAIA District 24 Tournament. 

Several of the team's members received top individual 
honors. Russ Cantrell and Mark Patey were named to the 
Academic All-VSAC Team for the second consecutive year. 
Also, setting a new Union record for singles wins was Kevin 
Ezell, with 22 wins. 

The 1984 squad consisted of the following members: 1) 
Gunnar Adalberth from Sweden; 2) Mark Patey from 
Jackson; 3) Kevin Ezell from Paducah, Kentucky; 4) Russ 
Cantrell from Jackson; 5) Dusty Doddridge from Memphis; 
and 6) Mark Pendergrass from Memphis. Five of the top six 
players returned for the 1985 season. 

1985 Men's Tennis Team, kneeling left to right: 
Mark Pendergrass, Kevin Ezell, Dusty Dod- 
dridge, Russ Cantrell; standing; Coach Ron 

Barry, Jan Holaday, David Baker, Gunnar 
Adalberth, Greg McCloud. 

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Truex's Tennis 

Team Triumphs 


The Women 's Tennis Team, 
coached by Bill Truex, had a good 
season last year. They finished with 
much success as a team as well as 
individually. They finished second in 
VSAC West, with a 12-2 record and 
third in the NAIA District 24 Tour- 

Individual honors were received by 
Sondra Taylor and Mary Anne Ste- 
phenson, as they won the VSAC 
number one doubles championship with 
a 17-5 record. Also these two women 
advanced to the national tournament. 
Sondra Taylor and Allyson Hobbs were 
chosen to the Academic All-VSAC 
Team, and Sondra Taylor and Carla 
Cantrell were all-conference selections 
in singles. The team consists of five 
returning starters this year. 

Sondra Taylor, a senior, also stands 
out for being chosen by the American 
Alliance for Health, Physical Educa- 
tion, Recreation and Dance to receive 
the Southern District Student Leader- 
ship and Service Award. Taylor will also 
represent Union's physical education 
department, as they were chosen by 
AAHPERD as Tennessee's award- 
winning department for 1984-85. 



1985 Women's Tennis Team, kneeling left to right: June Gilliland, Carla Cantrell, Luann Murray, Lee Ann Lovelady, standing: Allyson Hobbs, Mary Anne 
Stephenson, Anita King, Sondra Taylor, Coach Bill Truex. 

Golf Team 

Is Really 

Up to Par 

The 1983-84 season was one of the 
top seasons for the men's golf team. 
Coach Don Morris was named the 
VSAC West Coach of the year, and the 
team won the division's regular season 
title. The team finished third in the 
NAIA District 24 Tournament and 
fourth in the VSAC Tournament. 

Each member of the eight-member 
team put all they had into the season. 
Mike Olexa was one of the team 
members whose contributions really 
stand out. He was the individual 
champion of the Tennessee Intercol- 
legiate Athletic Conference Tour- 
nament. This was the first time in 
Union's history that an individual team 
member had won this honor. 

The 1983-84 team finished the 
season with a 25-10 mark. In accordance 
with the past, the 1984-85 team has 
gotten off to a good start. Coach Morris 
said, "I really feel from a balance 
standpoint, that this is one of the best 
teams I have ever coached." 

In the fall of the 1984-85 season. 
Union came out victorious over Shelby 
State and UT Martin. Clay Lindsey led 
the team to a fourth place finish in the 
Goodyear Invitational. When the Bull- 
dogs played in the Tri-State Classic, 
they finished ninth out of fourteen 

This spring they were slated to do 
well in the Tennessee Intercollegiate at 
Sewanee and the Shelby State Intercol- 
legiate at Memphis. 

1984-85 Golf Team, first row, left to right; Greg Watkins, Sims Byrd, Mike Olexa, Clay Lindsey, second 
row; Coach Don Morris, Jeff Bailey, Richard Martin, Mark Baird. 

1984-1985 Union Cheerleaders 

Cheerleaders, clockwise: Mark Baird, Sandy Yopp, Tammy Watkins, Kelly Bradley, Piper Swope, Chris Rigby. 
ilogers, Lynette Shelly, Valerie Ozier, Sonya Barbee, Janet 

Janet Watkins served as the cheerleader captain. 

Tim Corley helped to raise spirits as Buster the Bulldog. 




Actives: left to right, front row: Frank Christie, Fred Birmingham, Hank row: Steve Robinson, Robbie Graves, Richard Wells, Scott Hopper, Sims 
Thomas, Phil Stafford, Jess Parker, Randy Bishop, David Williams; second Byrd, John Doster, Doug Brown, Jim Kovac, Kevin Bass, Drew Gay. 

Officers: left to right: Doug Brown, secretary; Frank Christie, vice president; Phil Stafford, president; Kevin Bass, treasurer; Randy Bishop, historian. 

Alpha Tau Omega was founded in 1865, and was the first 
fraternity to be founded after the Civil War. Its aim was to 
unite men from the North and South in a bond of friendship. 
Beta Tau, Union's chapter, was chartered on February 28, 

The ATOs are quite active on Union's campus. They 
raised over $300 for their house fund by sponsoring Air Rand, 
which was once again a great success. Cindy Broolts was 
chosen as the fraternity Sweetheart this year. 

Pledges, left to right, first row: Mark Escue, Jeff Bailey, Steve Thomas, Jeff 
Watkins, Gary Rackley, Ed Atkeison, Keith Sparkman; second row: Floyd 

Brummett, Andrew McLemore, Butch Powers, Robbie Bass, Steve Smith, 
David Stults. 

Little Sisters, left to right, first row: Tracy Baker, Terri Vopel, Malesa Clark, 
Janet Watkins, Debbie Deere; second row: Jodi Osborne, Delaine Bottoms, 

Cindy Brooks. Dawn Wilson, Robin Cobb, Pam Hutchins; third row: Connie 
Hutchison, Lori Earp, Dana DeLoach, Kathy JoUey, Robyn Agee. 

Chi Omega 

Chi Omega 

Officers, left to right, sitting; Robin Cobb; pledge trainer; AUyson Hobbs, Watkins, treasurer; standing: Piper Swope, rush chairman; Robyn Agee, 
vice president; Debbie Deere, president; Ginny Jones, secretary; Mary personnel; Judy Farabee, social chairman; Lisa Rice, chapter correspondent. 

Upsilon Chapter Of Chi Omega was founded in 1924. It 
is the fourth oldest chapter of Chi Omega. The National 
organization was founded on April 5, 1895 at the University 
of Arkansas. 

The flower of Chi Omega is the white carnation and the 

colors are cardinal and straw. The open motto of the group 
is "Hellenic Culture and Christian Ideals." 

The Chi Os were active on the campus this year. The 
group won an award in the Homecoming display competition, 
and placed third in the campus-wide All-Sing. 

Seniors, left to right, first row: Lisa Weaver, Allyson Hobbs, Debbie Deere, 
jinny Jones, Mary Watkins, Tammy Watridge; second row: Laura Anne 
Patteson, Alicia Swaim, Judy Farabee, Lisa Rice, Charlotte Stockton, Scarlett 

Pickens, Julie Zeak, Jennifer Cox, Janet Nowell; third row: Carol Swafford, 
Malesa Clark, Cindy Turner, Shari Anderson, Jeffery Walker, Cindy Durham. 

''ledges, left to right, first row: Beth Dennis, Terri Ketchum, Lanetta 
..ittlefield, Sandra Martin, Jane Ann Sage, Teresa Greer, Ronda Moore, 
Caren Duke, Nancy Graddy; second row: Patty Patterson, Dawn Phillips, 
Caye Strong; Leslie Blalack, Mary Greer, Michelle Young, Crystie Isbell, 
Valerie Parker, Michelle Kent, Jane Johansen, Norma Lin Williams, Cindy 

Jones; third row: Kim Western, Carol Avery, April Champagne, Amy Church, 
Michelle Cornett, Melissa CarroU, Amy Dismuke, Melissa Hendrix; fourth 
row: Amy Bivens, KeUy Clark, Holly Forsythe, Paschalis Cowell, Lori Finley, 
Beverly Oldham, Deann Underwood, Sheila Maas. 


Lambda Chi Alpha: left to right, kneeling: Scot Warpool, Tim Dukes, Terry 
Curvin, Chris Rigby, Mike Oliver, Pat Noss, Jeff Smith; second row: Jerry 
Carter, Steve Uttz, Russell Brewer, Chris Graves, Dale Denning, Pat Austin, 

Robert Davis, Tommy Cupples; third row: Rodney Robertson, Sandy Yopp, 
Terry Wright, Carlton Gerrell, Jay Blackwell, Robert Crawford, Greg Veazey, 
Bryan Laman, Randy Melendez, Doug Watts. 

Officers: left to right, front row: Tommy Cupples, secretary and fraternity 
educator; Jeff Smith, education chairman; Tim Dukes, treasurer and ritualist; 
second row: Sandy Yopp, vice president; Robert Crawford, president; Carlton 


Gerrell, social chairman and alumni secretary; Randy Melendez, rush 

Lambda Chi Alpha, the "Fraternity of Honest 
Friendship", is celebrating its 20th anniversary on Union's 
:ampus. The open motto of Lambda Chi Alpha is "Every man 
1 man." This expresses their concern over each individual 
oerson and his contributions to society. 

Lambda Zeta Zeta, Union's chapter, is extremely active 
on campus. This year the brothers led the campus-wide 
blood drive, and sponsored a kidnap for World Hunger. At 
this year's White Rose banquet, Jeffrey Walker was chosen 
as Cresceot Girl. 

Crescents, left to right, first row: Kelly Bradley, Carol Morris, Nancy 
Atkeison, Jennifer Jones, Ginny Knight, Lorie Clayton, Jeffrey Walker; 

second row: Delane Napier, Angle Gregory, Teresa Powell, Becky Ray, Donna 
Dunavant, Cindy Nickerson, Pamela Vincent, Deborah Vales. 

Lambda Chi greets seniors at their display during campus day. 

The Lambda Chi intramural football team prepares to do battle against 


Actives, left to right, first row: Sam Newman, Dennis Caperton, vice 
president, Kent Freeman, treasurer, Mike Rodriguez; second row: Chris 
Craig, Harvey Church, president, Scott Fowler, Greg Robinson, Dusty 
Doddridge, Steve Maroney, George Weaver, Chris Williams, David White; 

third row: Greg Bowers, Tim Forderhase, Fred Holcombe, Jim MacArthur; 
fourth row: Chris Cotton, Greg McCloud, Don Jarnagin, recorder, Dan 
Heisserer; fifth row: Steve Kellough, Barry Puckett, Kevin Trentham, Jim 
Donnell, pledge trainer. 


Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the oldest fraternity on Union's 
:ampus, was founded in 1865 at the University of Alabama. 
Fennessee Eta, Union's chapter, was installed in 1857, making 
t the fourth oldest chapter in the nation. SAE stresses 
ndividuality. The brothers feel that the blending of many 
lifferent types of personalities strengthens the bond of 

brotherhood and fraternity. 

SAE is looking forward to the completion of their new 
lodge. The projected completion date is the spring of 1985. 
This year SAE placed second in the campus-wide All-Sing 

Pledges, left to right, first row: Lee Farmer, Chris Deal, Tanner Hickman, 
Carey Craig, David Crocker; second row: Todd DeGroot, Steve Trexler, Chris 
Griggs, Jon Jackson, Tim Corley; third row: Steve Williams, Rod Parker, 
Chris Roser, Robert McBroom; fourth row: Gunnar Adalberth, David Baker, 

Alan Dame, Larry Langlinias; fifth row: Mike Heynen, Rhet McMullen, Rob 
Wiley, Andy Akin; sixth row: Jamil Mason, Cap Wright, Jan Holaday, Brent 
Mecklin, Kam Otey. 

Little Sisters, left to right, first row: Kim McDonald, Alicia Swaim, Cindy 
Turner, Mary Watkins, Carol Swafford, Tammy Watridge; second row: Carta 
Bain, Jenny Pruitt, Julie Zeak, Teresa Simmons, Ginny Jones, Lana Younger, 
Lisa Weaver, Tammy Rogers; third row: Emily Garrett, Sherra Lowry, Sherri 

Patterson, Mitzi Bailey, Scarlett Pickens, Angela Powers, Mary Anne 
Stephenson; fourth row: Betsy Hubert, Piper Swope, Melanye Stewart, 
Sondra Taylor; fifth row: Suzanne Duck, Rhonda Coleman, Karen Kellough, 
Lynette Shelly. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Officers, left to right, first row: DeAnn Jarvis, first vice president; Lana 
Younger, president; Kelly Bradley, second vice president; second row: 
Michelle Hunt, membership chairman; Tracy Baker, Panhellenic delegate; 

third row: Sondra Taylor, secretary; Denise Alexander, ritual chairman; 
Sharon Sutton, historian-reporter; Ginny Knight, treasurer. 

Actives, left to right, first row: Karen Britt, Janna Boyle, Tina Kirk, Pamela 
Vincent, Sharon Cox, Cathy Reed, Cindy Grimes; second row: Michelle Hunt, 
Ginny Knight, Suzanne Nelms, Kelly Bradley, Lana Younger, Tammy 
Rogers, Kathy JoUey, Terri Vopel, Angle Gregory; third row: Karen Perkins, 
Terry Powers, Jodi Osborne, Tracy Baker, Melanye Stewart, Sondra Taylor, 

DeAnn Jarvis, Dana DeLoach, Pam Stephens, Sharon Mcllwain, Deborah 
Vales, Leigh Wilson; fourth row: Cathy Studards, Nancy Atkeison, Brenda 
Williamson, Cindy Brooks, Denise Alexander, Jenny Pruitt, Connie 
Hutchison, Sharon Sutton, Michelle Davis, Cindy Doster, Carolyn Arnold, 
Leigh Rains. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, an international fraternity for women, 
was founded in 1898. Beta Omega, Union's chapter has been 
on campus for 50 years. The fraternity holds as its open motto 
"Seek the Noblest." 

The Zetas enjoyed a very successful year on campus. The 
sisters placed first in both the Greek Olympics and the 
campus-wide All-Sing. The Zetas also sponsor a foster child 
through the Foster Parent's Plan. 

Pledges, left to right, first row: Kecia Grant, Monica Price, Karen Kellough, 
Robin Harmon, Sherri Busby; second row: Leigh Anne Evans, Norma Scott, 
Mitzi Presley, Dee Dee Webb, Donnette Kirk, Delane Napier, Amy Webb; 
third row: Mayon Jarvis, Lori Viar, Deanna Morris, LeeAnne Swinger, Kelly 

Parker, Barbara Owensby, Stephanie Hertlein, Sandra Lehr; fourth row: 
Tammy Sullivan, Becky Moore, Laura Hunt, Donna Dunavant, Sandy House, 
Rita Henderson. 

Zeta Men, left to right, first row: Sandy Yopp, John Doster, Dennis Caperton, 
Steve Howard, Jamil Mason, Ricky Chambers, Cal Johnson; second row: 

Drew Gay, Eric Barron, Marty Stubblefield, Barry Puckett, Steve Kellough. 

Inter-fraternity and Panhellenic Councils 

The Inter-Fraternity Council is the governing body of the 
three fraternities at Union. Each fraternity has two delegates 
represented on the council. The group is responsible for 
drawing up and enforcing rules pertaining to rush and 
recruitment and is in charge of all inter-fraternity affairs. 

Union's Panhellenic Council is an extension of the 
National Panhellenic Conference. The NPC consists of 
representatives from 26 national sororities. The council is 
responsible for rush rules and is in charge of giving 
information to rushees during rush. 

Panhellenic Council, left to right, first row: Alicia Swaim, 
president; Tracy Baker, vice president; second row: 

Debbie Deere, publicity; Michele Hunt, treasurer; Piper 
Swope, secretary; Lana Younger, social chairman. 
















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Interfraternity Council, left to right, first 
row: Frank Christie, Greg Robinson, Carl- 

ton Gerrell; second row: Tim Dukes, Robert 
Crawford, Fred Holcombe, Phil Stafford. 

Fraternity Sweethearts 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Cindy Brooks, a senior from Columbia, Tennessee, served as vice-president 
of Zeta Tau Alpha and is active in FCA. 





Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

Mary Watkins is a former Union cheerleader. A senior from McKenzie, 
Tennessee, she was Chi Omega president this year. 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Jeffrey Walker, from Bethel Springs, Tennessee, is a senior who is active 
in Chi Omega. 



The Beta Mu cast of Alpha Psi 
Omega was organized to stimulate 
interest in dramatic activities at Union 
University. Membership serves as a 
reward to those students who have 
given their time and dedication to the 
excellence of dramatics. Members strive 
to promote theatrical productions yet 
do not intend to take the place of an 
on-campus dramatics organization. Dr. 
C.C. Klnnison is the sponsor of the Beta 
Mu cast of this national honorary 

Alpha Psi Omega: Dr. Wayne Alford, Chuck Sikler, president; Doug Brown, secretary; Dr. C.C. Kinnison. 
Not pictured: John Longworth vice-president; Richard Stevenson. 


Footlights consists of students interested in the theater. 
Membership is by invitation, and prospects are chosen from 
those participating in Union Theater Productions. The 
organization was established to foster greater interest and 
appreciation of play productions, and to nurture a respect for 

Footlights Officers; Brian Buford, vice-president; John Longworth, president; 
Chris Hamilton, secretary. 

Footlights, left to right, first row: Amanda Ebersold, John Longworth, Carla 
Yarbrough; second row: Linda Bonds, Brian Buford, Mary Williams, Grace 
Cosmiano, Chris Hamilton; third row: Lee Ann Lockman, Chuck Sikler, Karen 

Bacon, Marvin Townsend, Pat Gilliland, Dr. Wayne Alford; fourth row: Roger 
Davis, David Samples, Keith Atkins, Joey Climer, Scott Fowler clown it up 
for the photographer. 

Kappa Pi 

Kappa Pi, left to right, seated: Helen Walker, Donna Perkins, Debbie Lynch; standing: Greg Allison, Libby Humphreys, Todd DeGroot, Carla Wuerpel, 
Mr. Grove Robinson, Mary Kay Martin, Mr. James Hargett. 

Many Union students with a talent 
for art further their interest through 
Kappa Pi, an international honorary art 
fraternity. The highest standards and 
increased progress are promoted by this 
organization. First introduced on 
Union's campus in 1976, Kappa Pi is 
open to any student with a GPA of at 
least 3.0 in art. Mr. Grove Robinson and 
Mr. James Hargett are the sponsors. 


It is the responsibility of the Student Government 
Association to look out for the well-being of the 
university, to see that the students are represented as a 
whole rather than favored groups, and to make sure that 
planned student activities and business affairs coincide 
with the values and goals set by Union's Board of 

i'e Thomas, S.G.A. president, is a senior from 
Huntingdon, Tn. In preparation for the ministry, he has taken 
a religion major and a double minor of sociology and 
communications. Serving the student body through this office 
for two years, as well as through two years of being a class 
president, Reggie has been able to utilize his leadership 
abilities and has learned a great deal about working with 
people. He feels that this year's S.G.A. has been successful 
in opening the communication lines between faculty and 
students, furthering the campus unity. Reggie's outgoing 
personality, along with an unequaled memory for names, has 
made him one of our favorites. 

Trustees. Planning events and improving the present 
school constitution, trying to make them all meet Union's 
standards, is quite a task to tackle. However, the 1984-85 
officers took these responsibilities seriously and 
accomplished much. They also encourage and provide 
opportunity for the student body to participate through 
scheduled meetings. 

Junior Angela Powers is vice-president for the 1984-85 
school year. Angela moved to Taiwan at 10, when her parents 
accepted a mission assignment which they are still carrying 
out. Communications with an emphasis in speech and theatre 
is her major, coupled with a minor of interdisciplinary honors 
and secondary education. These encompass two of her 
personal goals of pursuing a degree in educational 
administration and teaching speech and theatre. Angela feels 
that she can learn through the contact with the 
administration she will receive through her office. Her major 
obligation for S.G.A. is Senate, working to pass legislation to 
benefit the students. 

A junior from Selmer, Tn., Chris 
Williams serves as treasurer. His goal is 
to provide the best activities and 
entertainments possible, including 
"The Natural", "Star Trek III," special 
meals in the cafeteria, bowling parties, 
and a spring concert. Chris is majoring 
in communications and minoring in 
English. His experience in S.G.A. will 
help him in the future, since he plans 
to pursue a career in public relations. 

Sheri Murphy, secretary, is a senior 
from Trimble, Tn. She has chosen a 
psychology major and a minor in 
religion, which she plans to use in a 
counseling career. Her experience with 
S.G.A. has taught her a lot about Union, 
as well as the work involved in 
legislature and government. When 
asked her reasons for serving, Sheri 
replied enthusiastically, "I enjoy work- 
ing for the school, and getting to know 

Serving as the S.G.A.'s first attor- 
ney general is Chuck Sikler of Mem- 
phis, Tn. Chuck is a junior, majoring in 
religion/Greek, minoring in commun- 
ications. He has seen the goal of this 
year's S.G.A. as being "to represent all 
of the students and to finalize work 
both on the Constitution of the S.G.A. 
of Union and its By-laws." This 
position has helped Chuck to "return to 
Union some of what Union has given to 

'For the Students, 

By the Students' 


Senate provides opportunity for students to assist in 
making decisions concerning Union students. We can see 
advantages from bills presented in the past few years, and 
this year is proving worthwhile as well. 

Among the bills passed this year were moving dead day 

from Monday to Wednesday, installing emergency lights for 
both commons, and improving architectural flaws on campus, 
such as worn-out sidewalks and slippery staircases. 

We appreciate the responsibility and work our senators 
have taken on. 

Senate, left to right, first row: Chuck Sikler, Angela Powers, Jenny Pruitt, Clayton, Tim Dukes, Kerry Smith, Mark Laster, Sandra Lehr; third row: 
Doug Watts, Reggie Thomas, Scot Finley; second row: Cheryl Johnson, Lorie Cynthia Ingram, Paul Adams, David Bickers, Tim Meadows, Barry Bishop. 

Senate, left to right, first row: Lisa Hight, Pat Quarles, Chris Williams, Emily 
Garrett, Kevin Ezell; second row: Steve Brown, Jeff Morgan, David Lambert, 
Jim Dowd, Terrance Thomas, Butch Powers; third row: Crystal Hankla, Kim 

Braden, Jane Ann Sage, Caroline Bobbitt, Laura ."^nn Patterson, Judy 
Farabee; fourth row: Beketa Anderson, Valerie Ozier, Terry Powers, Rose 
Lewis, Sheryl Moore, Andrea Powers. Jerry Carter. 

Student Union 

Open to the entire student body, 
the Baptist Student Union seeks to 
provide spiritual encouragement and 
promote Christian fellowship. Meetings 
held twice weekly provide time to share 
thoughts and prayers. 

Through a variety of ministries, 
BSU is a witness for Christ both on and 
off campus. Composed of the directors 
of each of the ministries is the BSU 
Council. Majesty, the vocal group, 
performs both on campus and in 
churches. A new group is the Wilder 
Youth Development Center Ministry. 
Other off campus ministries are the 
Backyard Bible Club, Jail and Work- 
house Ministry, and Nursing Home 
Ministry. The Sonshine Puppets minis- 
ter both on and off campus to all 
groups, as does the Drama Team, using 
skits and monologues. Mr. Richard 
Holloman is the director, and David 
Samples is the president. 




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BSU Council, first row: Twilla Dean, Kim Bridges, Kimberly Stanley, Rose Owen, Anita Fleet, Pat 
Quarles; second row: Scot Finley, Greg Watkins, Mark Parrish, Jeff Cagle, Lawrence Ragland; third [ 
row: David Samples, Rob Hensley, Steve Milligan, Billy Davie, Brian Norton, Danny Evans. 

Majesty, kneeling: Mark Parrish, Billy Davie; sitting: Beth Rowland, Lisa 
Haydock, Kelly Daniel; standing: Ray Frazier, Sheera Oakley, Janice 

Steinmetz, Rob Hensley. 


Nursing Home Ministry left to right: Fred 
Atchley, Craig Young, Karen Rozar, Vicki Sadler 
(director), Tina Long, Brian Norton, Joey 

Drama Team, left to right, seated: Donna Rhodes, 
Grace Cosmiano, John Longworth, Carla Yar- 
brough, Gina Kelly, Shannon Dwyer (director); 
standing: Steve Williams, Chris Hamilton, 
Marvin Townsend, Lee Ann Lockman, Dirk 
Essary, Jim Tarter. 

Puppet Ministry, left to right, seated: Cathy 
Tomlin, Becky Ray, Jackie Harris, Jennifer Jones; 
standing: Brian Norton, Jerry Wilson, Trent 
Bullock, Joey McLeod. 





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Wilder Youth Development Center, left to right, first Tammi Mertz; second row: Joey McCloud, Jeff Young, 
row: Lynette Mustain, Rhonda Moore, Donna Rhodes, Jeff Wilson, Walton Kaley, Lena Oakes. 

Backyard Bible Club, left to right, first row: Karen Westfall, Karen Owen; second row: Joey McCloud, Brian Norton, Susan Chalmers, 
Rozar, Kimberly Stanley, Tammi Mertz, Julie Beth Glaus, Rose Billy Davie. 

Jail and Workhouse Ministry, left to right, first row: Chris Hamilton, Rhonda McCloud, Jim Tartar, John McDougal, Walton Kaley, Joseph Threlkeld. 
Moore, Emily Summers, Lynette Mustain; second row: Billy Davie, Joey 




For those students who feel they have been called into 
full-time Christian service, there is Church Related Vocations. 
CRV not only offers scholarship and academic guidance to 
students devoted to a lifetime of Christian service, but it also 
offers opportunities for spiritual leadership. All students 

devoting their life to the work of Christ are eligible for 
membership. CRV activities are coordinated through the 
office of Religious Affairs. Meetings are led by Union 
administrators, faculty members, or staff members from area 


Baptist Young Women And Ministerial Association 

Support of missions is the main emphasis in Baptist 
Young Women, an organization open to all young ladies here 
at Union. Bi-weekly meetings provide fun and Christian 
fellowship, as well as current information on mission work. 
They also have an annual Christmas party and a spring 

banquet. Mrs. Amy Alvey is the director. 

Fellowship and spiritual support are two of the many 
advantages of the Ministerial Association. All young men 
planning to enter a ministerial or pastoral position are 
encouraged to join. Dr. John Adams is the advisor. 

B.Y.W. Officers, left to right: Kelly Daniel, vice president; Anita Fleet, 
president; Kerry Braden, secretary. 

M.A. Officers, left to right: Kerry Smith, secretary; Mark Laster, vice 
president; Scot Finley, president. 


B. Y. W., left to right, seated: Lena Oakes, Kerry Braden, Anita Fleet, Kelly Brewer, Lynette Mustang, Pat Haynie, Pat Quarles, Pam Haynie, Denise^ 
Daniel, Karen Westfall, Mrs. Amy Alvey, standing: Miriam Agee, Beth Coleman, Lisa Hight. 

M.A., left to right, first row: Dwayne Davis, Mark Laster, Chris Campbell, 
Scot Finley; second row: Mike Hammonds, Tom Warner, Mike Meredith, 

Glen Cummings, Chuck Sikler; third row: Joey Climer, John Longworth, 
Kerry Smith, John McDougal, Don HoUingsworth, Bill Irving. 

Black Christian 

"All Colors Together, But Distinct" is a running theme 
of the 1984-85 Black Christian Fellowship, established in 
1980. Under the direction of Richard Holloman, BCF is 
reaching to extend its ministries to further limits. A growing 
part of BCF is the talented choir. This year BCF is striving 
for even more unity by adding a regular Bible study session 
during each regular meeting. BCF has taken an active part 
in BSU through such activities as participating in the BSU 
Fall Retreat and contributing to coffeehouses and regular 

BCF, seated: Lawrence Ragland, president; 
Gfiil Lowe, activity director; standing: Mr. 
Richard Holloman, advisor; Barbara Brooks, 

vice president; Sundae Ozier, pianist; Kevin 
Bedford, chaplain. 

Cardinal and Cream 

Union's student newspaper is "The 
Cardinal and Cream," published 
monthly during the fall and spring 
semesters. Besides assigned and volun- 
teer positions, the staff is comprised of 
the Journalism 213-214 class. The 
Cardinal and Cream conveys news 
affecting Union University and its 
students; also, it seeks to inspire 
students and improve the school. 

All organizations, fraternities, 
sororities, sports, and special events are 
covered in order to give readers a more 
complete view of the school. "Letters to 
the Editor" encourage student opinion, 
and "Senior Spotlight" gives well- 
deserved recognition. "Meditations" 
helps to set goals and renew commit- 

Orlandus Moss, fall editor. 

Jennifer Clement, spring editor. 

Vicki Hubbard, Associate Editor; Scot Warpool, Assistant Editor. 

Staff Writers, left to right: Lori Viar, Floyd Brummett, Vicki Hubbard, Judy 
Farabee, Lisa Haydock, Angela Powers. 

Staff Writers, Rhonda Milton, Michelle Young, Tammy Thompson, Melanie 
Miller, Chris Hamilton, Frank Vega, Mark Escue. 


Left to right: Joretta Westbrook, Tonya Camplin, James Cherry, Kenny Shourd, Steve May. 

Left to right: Lee Farmer, Scot Warpool, Karen Rozar, Neil Thagard, Chris Griggs, Steve Smith. 



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Lest We Forget 

Picture a room full of paper, layouts, photographs, and 
assorted other publishing supplies. Add Union students, 
running frantically about and you have life in the 
publications' office for the staff of Lest We Forget. 

Despite the problems, our staff takes pride in pulling 
together special events and all the everyday activities of a 
busy campus, storing them in a book for students to 
remember for years to come. 

Special thanks go to our editor-in chief, Miriam, who 
calmed our nerves and pushed us on. Also, we could not have 
done it without a terrific adviser to direct it all. Mrs. Betty 
Foellinger has been a real inspiration to us. This will be her 
20th edition of Lest We Forget, and also her last. Mrs. 
Foellinger's retirement will leave an empty place that will 
never quite be filled the same. Mrs. Foellinger, we thank you 
for your love and devotion, and we dedicate this yearbook 
especially to you. 

Miriam Agee, Editor-in-Chief 

Angle Gregory, Associate Editor 
Jennifer Jones, Assistant Editor 

Mrs. Betty Foellinger, Adviser 

Staff: Ray Frazier, Class Editor; Jennifer Harbin and Scot Warpool, Copy writers. Not 
Pictured: Michelle Alexander, Robin Cooper, Jeff Lewis, Vicki Sadler, Nelson Ziegenhorn. 



'Making Memories 
Last Forever' 

The Torch and Sigma Tau Delta 

Union's annual literary magazine is 
The Torch, produced by a selected 
committee under the direction of the 
Honors Council. Under their advisor, 
Dr. Ernie Pinson, members review each 
submitted piece of literature, which can 
be from either a student or a faculty 
member. These entries include poetry. 

short stories, essays, musical composi- 
tions, drawings, and photographs. 

Union's chapter of Sigma Tau 
Delta, a national English honor society, 
was founded in 1977 by 27 charter 
members. Its purpose is to promote a 
mastery of written expression, to 
encourage worthwhile reading, and to 

foster a spirit of good fellowship among 
students of the English language, 
literature, and journalism. Require- 
ments for membership include main- 
taining a B average in English and 
being declared an English major, minor, 
or composite English/Journalism major. 

The Torch, left to right: Orlandus' Moss, Jr., Brian Buford, Tim Henderson, Donna Rhodes, Jeff Morgan, Libby Humphreys, Dr. Ernest Pinson, 

Sigma Tau Delta, left to right, first row: Judd Butler, Wendy McCall, 
treasurer; Darlene Carr Parrish, president; Mary Gill; Jennifer Clement, vice 
president; Mrs. Betty Foellinger; second row: Michael Meredith, Jim Dowd, 

Dr. George Clark, sponsor; Dr. Louise Bentley. Not pictured: Cathy Allen, 
secretary, Patty Smith, Dr. Ernest Pinson, and Marilyn Smothers. 

Student Club 

Linguae Mundi 

Re-started this year at Union, the 
International Student Club is designed 
to bring together all of the international 
students in fellowship to share and 
express their individual cultures. The 
club activities included an international 
dinner and a display designed to inform 
students of the various cultures. 

Incorporating all the foreign lan- 
guages taught at Union, Linguae Mundi 
is open to those interested in foreign 
languages and customs. Mrs. Cynthia 
Jayne, Ms. Judy Kem, and Mr. Scott 
Bennett are the faculty advisors. 

Tnternational Student Club, left to right, first row: Ngoc Tran (Vietnam); Shirley Wong (Hong Kong): 
rou Yang (Laos); second row: Carroll Griffin, sponsor; Gina Chea (Bahamas) president; S. Elangovan 
Malaysia), senate representative; Gunnar Adalberth (Sweden), vice-president; Paschalis Cowell 
^Holland), secretary; Muhammed Hameed (Kuwait), treasurer. 

yinguae Mundi, left to right, Jackie Swords, Cathy Reed, Chris Hunter, Mrs. 
Cynthia Jayne, Jeff Morgan, Suzanne Thompson, Ms. Judy Kem, Lois Ann 

Roatdn, Denise Mosby, Cherie Cordon, Beth Dennis, Jim Tarter, Suzanne 
Morgan, Jennifer Harbin, Mr. Scott Bennett. 

Honors Student 

For all students involved in any interdisciplinary studies 
classes through the Honors Program, the Honors Student 
Association gives opportunity to discuss those issues studied, 
as well as work on other topics. This year they sponsored a 
"Russian Festival;" booths set in the main corridor provided 
the student body with facts and samples of Russian culture, 
food, and hterature. Also, they had speakers on related topics 
at luncheons. The whole project proved a pleasing success. 

An Honors Council, comprised of students and faculty, 
oversees the Honors classes and the program's long-range 
plans. Mrs. Cynthia Jayne and Dr. Pat Pinson are the faculty 

Dr. Pat Pinson pauses from lecturing. 

Honors, left to right: Chris Hunter, Renee Smith, Tim Henderson, Janice 
Steinmetz, Melanie Allbritten, Doug Watts, Mark Ring, Cathy Reed, Dr. Pat 

Pinson, Jennifer Clement, Jeffery Morgan, Beth Dennis, Suzanne Thompson. 

Officers, left to right: Denise Coleman, treasurer; Brenda Ross, student 
delegate; AUyson Hobbs, secretary; Dr. Bentley, Dr. Pinson, Dr. Vickery, 
Tammy Yarbrough, president; Brian Day, vice president. 

Alpha Chi 

Focusing on all academic fields, Alpha Chi is a national 
scholastic fraternity for only the top ten percent of the junior 
and senior class. Membership is an achievement in itself, since 
a GPA of 3.5 or above must be maintained. Dr. Louise 
Bentley, Dr. David Vickery, and Dr. Ernest Pinson are the 
sponsors of Alpha Chi. 

To provide equal representation of each class, the 
president and secretary are chosen from seniors, while the 
vice president and treasurer are chosen from juniors. 

Union's chapter of Alpha Chi, the Tennessee Beta 
Chapter, was founded in 1922. One of their traditional aims 
is to "promote and recognize scholarship as a developer of 
character and citizenship among undergraduate students." 

Seniors, left to right, first row: Lisa Grace McCoUum, Tammy Yarbrough, 
AUyson Hobbs, Brenda Ross, Charlotte Stockton, Mary Watkins; second row: 
Scot Finley, Wendy McCall, Peggy Bailey, Jackie Burchum, Jennifer Fuqua, 

John McDougal; third row: Kevin Bass, Rita Escue, Tim Jerrolds, Tim 
Dukes, Ricky Chambers, Mike Meredith. 

Juniors, left to right, first row: Cheryl Johnson, Tracye Gee, Pam Haynie, 
Pat Haynie, Fondra Jones, Patty Crane; second row: Ruth Ann Howard, 
Jennifer Clement, Suzanne Morgan, Beth Rix, Patsy White, Denise Coleman; 

third row: Paul Clark, John McKenzie, Emily Garrett, Brian Buford, Cindy 
Sherril, Brian Day. 

Nursing is an art, a science, a service . . . 

Lamplighters and BSN Student Fellowship 

Created with the returning nursing 
student in mind, the BSN Student 
Fellowship seeks to involve the return- 
ing RN student in fellowship with other 
RN's. This group, although small in 
number, has been very active on 
campus this year. Having only been 
chartered in October, they got busy 
with the biggest Turkey on Campus and 
raised more money than any other 
organization on campus and thus made 
their sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy Yarbro the 
"Biggest Turkey on Campus." 

During their monthly luncheons, 
various speakers presented programs on 
such topics as nursing in other cultures, 
child abuse, and the Host Family 
program of Jackson. In April they 
sponsored, along with the Tennessee 
Nurses Association, a seminar on child 

Lamplighters provides an op- 
portunity for associate degree nursing 
students to get together to fellowship. 
This year, they sponsored a self-defense 
demonstration performed by Phil 
Spencer, from the police department. 

BSN Student Fellowship, seated left to right: Gwen Craft, Pam Forsythe, vice president, Miriam Agee, 
Rita Escue; standing: Peggy Bailey, secretary, Sherri Dillingham, Cindy SherriU, Beverlyann Milam, 
president, Jackie Burchum, Mrs. Dorothy Yarbro, advisor. 

First year nursing students attend one of their many lectures as they prepare to become health care professionals. 

Student Tennessee Education Association 

The purpose of the Student Tennessee Education 
Association is to promote the teaching profession. Also, a 
jrimary aim of STEA is to assist students as they prepare 
;o begin student teaching on the elementary or secondary 

level. To assist in this goal, speakers and varying programs 
within this profession are presented at each monthly meeting. 
Two teas are held annually in appreciation of the teachers 
at Union and community schools. 

Officers, left to right: Dr. William Hedspeth, advisor; Carolyn Arnold, president; Mitzie McKinney, 
ecretary; Melinda Beshires, treasurer. Not pictured: Cindy Brooks. 

STEA, left to right, first row: Lydia Lucky, Karen Patrick, Cindy Skelton, 
iim Braden, Lisa Grace McCollum, Carolyn Arnold, Mitzi McKinney; second 
ow: Pamela Vincent, Lisa Wells, Cindy Durham, Kim Pipkin, Sherry 
VIcArthur, Melissa Webb, Melody Yates, April Champagne, Dr. William 

Hedspeth; third row; Gail Kessler, Wendy Wilson, Charlotte Stockton, Holly 
Forsythe, Jeff Wilson, Deborah Foster, Mitzi Bailey; fourth row: Patricia 
Vincent, Teresa Kirk, Kathy Taylor, Terri Ketchum, Fondra .Jones, Anita 
Fleet, Kerry Braden. 

Phi Alpha 

Dedication to academic excellence 
in the study of history: this is a 
commitment of Phi Alpha Theta. 
Requirements for membership consist 
of a 3.0 grade point average in history 
and a 3.0 overall; also, twelve hours of 
history courses are a prerequisite. Dr. 
Stephen Carls is the faculty advisor. 

Phi Alpha Theta, seated: Robert Briley, Jim Donnell; standing: Dr. James Edmonson, Mr. Willie Pigg, 
Dr. James Baggett. Not pictured: Dr. Stephen Carls, advisor; Tina Griggs, Sherri Maness. 

Rutledge History Club 

The Rutledge History Club always encourages students involved. A 2.0 average is required for membership. Dr. James 
with an interest in history to join. Guest speakers at meetings Edmonson is the sponsor, 
and traveling to historical sites are a part of the activities 

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History Club, left to right, first row: Mark Hughes; Tim Jerrolds, treasurer; 
Robert Briley; second row: Dr. James Baggett; Wendy Long, recorder; Lisa 
Rice, president; Alicia Swaim; Melody Myers, Pamela Vincent, historian; 
Karen Rozar; Tammy Castellaw; third row: Dr. Stephen Carls; Lori Finley; 

Mr. Willie Pigg; Jennifer Cox; Dr. James Edmonson. Not pictured: Judith 
Farabee, vice president - members; Deborah Vales, vice president - programs; 
Tina Griggs, assistant treasurer; Ginny Knight, secretary. 


Andrew T. Tip' Taylor Pre-Legal Society 

For students thinking about or 
planning to study law, the Andrew T. 
'Tip' Taylor Pre-Legal Society can 
provide information and insight to help 
confirm their interest. It is designed 
primarily to introduce the members to 
the legal profession, meeting monthly 
off-campus with local judges and 
attorneys. Also, the society encourages 
an early law school education for all 
pre-law students. The advisors are Dr. 
Stephen Carls, Dr. James Baggett, Dr. 
James Edmonson, and Mr. Willie Pigg. 

Pre-Legal officers, left to right, first row: Doug Watts, Keeper of the Annals; Chris Williams, Chief 
Marshall (2nd semester); Jim Dowd, SGA senator; Mr. Willie Pigg; second row: Dr. Stephen Carls, 
Dr. James Baggett, Dr. James Edmonson. Not pictured: Jim Donnell, Chief Marshall (first semester). 

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Pie-Legal Society, left to right, kneeling: Doug Watts, Chris Williams, Jim 
Dowd, George Weaver; first row: Rex Williams, Jennifer Harbin, Tammy 
Castellaw, Teresa Brown, Wendy Long, Dr. James Edmonson, Mr. WiUie 

Pigg; second row: Dr. James Baggett, Dr. Stephen Carls, David Irwin, 
Terrance Thomas, Robert Briley. 

Kappa Mu Epsilon 
Association For Computing Machinery 

Kappa Mu Epsilon, established at Union in 1965, is a 
national mathematics honor society. The aim of KME is to 
apply mathematical knowledge, interest others in it, and learn 
of advances presently being made in this field. Those 
interested in membership must complete at least three math 
courses while maintaining a high GPA. Mr. Dwayne Jennings 
and Mr. Don Richard are this year's directors. 

Computers interest students in a wide variety of study 
fields; the Association for Computing Machinery is directing 
this interest towards computer careers, as well as towards 
computer use in other fields. Founded in 1981, ACM is 
continually growing on Union's campus. ACM is the world's 
largest educational and scientific society for professionals in 
the computer field. Mr. Bill Truex is the advisor. 

Kappa Mu Epsilon, kneeling: Mr. Don Richard, Mr. Dwayne Jennings, Don 
Kwasigroh, Benny Davis; standing: Darryl Presley, Dr. Joseph Tucker, 
Richard Sanders, Mr. Richard Dehn, Brenda Ross, DeAnn Jarvis, Emily 

Garrett, Tim Dukes, Suzanne Morgan, Mr. John David Barham, John 
McKenzie, Charlotte Stockton. 

Association for Computing Machinery, kneeling: Don Kwasigroh, Davy 
Crocker, Ricky Tillman, Curtis Parish, Benny Davis, Ronnie Arthur, Janet 
McCormick; standing: Suzie Gurley, Jeff Taylor, president; Sandra Wilson, 

vice president; John McKenzie, Melody Thomas, Lisa Pinson, DeAnn Jarvis, 
Brenda Roe, Brian Day, Sandra Lehr, Tim Dukes, Beth Dennis, Carlton 
Gerrell, Tracye Gee, Tamara Koonce, Emily Garrett. 

Sigma Zeta and Business Club 

Sigma Zeta, a national honorary science fraternity, allows 
Union students to participate in nationally recognized 
research projects. Science and math majors and minors who 
have completed 15 semester hours in math and science and 
who have at least a 3.0 GPA in these areas are eligible to 

One of the newest clubs at Union is the Business Club, 
developed by the Business Department. It is designed 
especially for those students interested in careers in 
economics and finance, management and marketing, office 
administration, and accounting. 

Sigma Zeta officers, seated: Brenda Ross, 
secretary treasurer; Lisa Hight. vice-president; 
standing: Dr. Michael McMahon, sponsor; Scott 
Reid, president. 

Sigma Zeta, left to right, first row: John Duffy, Geoff Baggett, James Edmonson, Brenda Ross, Scott 
Reid, Danny Evans; second row: Amy Alvey, Patty Crane, Libby Humphreys, Teri Cannon, Suzanne 
Morgan, Tammy Yarbrough, Lisa Hight; third row: Mike Pelletier, Dr. Michael McMahon, Dr. Eugene 
Gooch, Mr. Gary McCullum, Dr. Terry Spohn. 

The Business Club, sponsored by Dr. Howard Newell, boasts a large membership. 


Academic life and social life are 
very important parts of being at Union, 
but there is another very important 
aspect: dorm life, which has an effect 
on all the other essentials. Our three 
governing councils over the resident 
complexes, the Resident Life Board, 
Men's Dorm Council, and Women's 
Dorm Council, all work with Miss 
Maggie Nell Brewer and dorm directors 
to make dorm life the best it can be. 

Residency Life Board, left to right: Jeff Wilson, Lance Word, Andrea Powers, Shyrll Mayo. Not pictured: 
Connie Hutchison, Sandy Yopp. 

Women's Dorm Council, left to right, seated: Shyrll Mayo, Stacey Sheppard, 
Andrea Powers, Rose Owen; standing: Susan Chalmers, Sheryl Moore, Jane 

Ann Sage, Kim Braden. 

Working with both complexes, the 
Resident Life Board plans a variety of 
events for student entertainment 

Men's and Women's Dorm Coun- 
cil's relate suggestions from students to 
the dorm directors concerning activi- 
ties. For the women, a physical fitness 
program has been started; other events, 
such as open dorms, are provided by 
these councils. Also they are in charge 
of dorm check and street parties. Mr. 
Dave Oran and Mr. Maxie Blackmon 
are the men's dorm directors, while 
Mrs. June Wildmon and Mrs. Irene 
Towater assist the girls. 

Men's Dorm Council, left to right: Lance Word, Kerry Smith. 


Each year Union uses a selected group of students to 
encourage support for our school, forming the Student 
Foundation. Chosen for their leadership ability, character, 
and outstanding scholarship, these students serve as campus 

hosts and hostesses. Organized groups divide duties of writing 
letters to prospective students and alumni, speaking in 
churches and schools, and other jobs. Carroll Griffin, Director 
of Student Enlistment, supervises. 

Officers, left to right, seated: Kelly 
Bradley, tours chairman; Debbie Deere, 
president; Judy Farabee, telemarketing 
chairman; standing: Lance Word, 
speakers chairman; Leanne Robbins 
and Carol Morris, written correspon- 
dence chairmen; Robert Crawford, 
computer analyst. 

Speakers, left to right, seated: John 
Jackson, Robin Cobb, Chris Craig; 
standing: David Smith, Frank Christie, 
Kent Freeman, Lance Word. 

Telemarketing, left to right, seated: 
Lynette Shelly, Robyn Agee, Judy 
Farabee, Angela Powers, Lana Younger; 
standing: Kevin Ezell, Reggie Thomas, 
Mark Pendergrass, Jess Parker, Chris 

Written Correspondence, left to right, 
seated: Kim McDonald, Lisa Rice, 
Jenny Pruitt, Nancy Atkeison, Gina 
Williams; standing: Carol Morris, 
Leanne Robbins, Tim Meadows, Sandy 
Yopp, Jim MacArthur, Emily Garrett, 
Sharon Cox. 

Union University Chorus 

Union University Chorus 

Union University Chorus provides] 
opportunity to take part in classical, I 
religious choral music to any student 
interested. Each year they give two 
performances after practicing for a 
semester for each one to perfect it. 

This year's Christmas program was 
"The Messiah", and the Spring Concert 
was "The Elijah," both broadcasted 
over a local radio station. Solos are 
performed by music professors and 
local guest soloists. Dr. Kenneth 
Hartley directs this choir, while Mr. 
Scott Bennett accompanies on the 

'Singing Praise to the Lord 



The Union University Singers, composed of students 
devoted to developing and using their musical talent, is 
considered Union's primary touring group. Through their 
week-long spring tour and their performances, they promote 
Union, the music department, and the Christian commitment 
behind it all. This year's tour will include traveling to 
Kentucky, Missouri, and Mississippi, as well as Memphis. 

While they prepare for their spring tour, other 
performances include chapel services and a variety of special 
occasions. Singers is open through audition to any student 
who is willing to devote the time and effort required. Dr. 
Kenneth Hartley directs this group, as well as encourages 
their efforts. 

Union University Singers, left to right, first row: Sundae Ozier, Rick Osborne, 
Lori Clayton, Jim Burchette, Suzetta Tillman, Lynetta Littlefield, Lorrie 
Twitchell, Mindy Dean, Debbie Madoni, Karen Labe, Dr. Kenneth Hartley; 
second row: Beth Rowland, Beth Hammett, Beth Gay, Leanne Robbins, 
Sterling HoUis, Lisa Grace McCoUum, Vern Hamilton, Gerre .James, Jennifer 
Fuqua, Norma Scott, Lori Viar, Sam Newman; third row: Kelly Daniel, 

Barbara Ownby, Emily Iv>', Mike Eaves, Jeff Morgan, Craig Young, Marty 
Phillips, Steve Kellough, Charles Fowler, Rick Eaves; fourth row: Mayon 
Jarvis, Roger Davis, Micki Hughes, Nelda Bradford, Bill Poyner, Eric Barron, 
Drew Gay, Melinda Moore, Cheryl Johnson, Chris Griggs; Mark Ring and 
Grace Cosmiano at the piano. 

Stage Band, left to right, first row: Jeff Looney, Jeff Patterson, Marilee 
Mears; second row: Russell Cole, Bill Poyner, Phillip Brewer, Shannon 
Gwaltney, Jeff Stephens, Greg Tillman; third row: Tammy Koonce, Paul 

Clark, Bill Kerr, Mr. Charles Huffman. Not Pictured: Dr. Kenneth Hartley, 
Alisa Clift, Daniel Glover, Eric Barron, Chris Hunter. 

Stage and Symphonic Bands 

Keeping on top of the latest hits is Union's Stage Band 
designed to provide popular music for various university 
events. Their main service is to cheer on our basketball teams 
and liven up the crowd as well. Also, several vocalists assist 
in some performances. The director is Mr. Charles Huffman. 

For those who enjoy classical music, there is the 

Symphonic Band. They perform once or twice each year in 
the chapel, broadcasting over a local radio station. Their high 
level of performance requires members to be very talented 
and dedicated. Union's graduation music is provided by the 
Symphonic Band. Direction is under Mr. David McClune. 

Symphonic Band, left to right, first row: Marilee Mears, Regina Maners, 
Jennifer Smith, Denise Rowland, Charles Allen, Paula Taylor; second row: 
Cathy Reed, Steve Brown, Jeff Looney, Chris Hunter, Renee Smith, Trish 
Kerby; third row: Mr. McClune, Keith Mattocks, Mark Ring, Beth Rowland, 

Phillip Brewer, Bill Poyner, Charles Huffman, Tony Jones, Don 
Hollingsworth; fourth row: Janice Steinmetz, Paul Clark, Tammy Koonce, 
Pat Austin, Sandy House. 


One of Union's two outstanding 
c'ocal groups is Proclamation. By 
performing for a number of surrounding 
area churches as well as high schools 
ind civic clubs, Proclamation seeks to 
exemplify Union's commitment to 
jxcellence with Christ as the center, 
rhey also perform throughout the year 
"or a variety of campus events. 
Vlembership is limited to music majors 
through audition. The director is Dr. 
Kenneth Hartley. 

Proclamation, left to right, seated: Grace Cosmiano, Norma Scott, Melinda Moore, Suzetta Tillman; 
standing: Dr. Kenneth Hartley, Craig Young, Drew Gay, Jennifer Fuqua, Eric Barron, Charles Fowler. 


Covenant also performs occasional- 
ly on Union's campus, but they serve 
more as a public relations group for the 
university. The group performs for 
banquets, retreats, conventions, and 
other places, further spreading their 
praise to God through song. Open to 
music majors or minors, selection is 
through audition. Mr. Timothy Gayle is 
the director. 

'Covenant, left to right, seated: Mindy Dean, Cheryl Johnson, Lori Clayton; standing: Sam Newman, 
leth Gay, Steve Kellough, Debbie Madoni, Sterling HoUis, Mr. Tim Gayle. 

Founded in 1898, Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia is an honor fraternity for men 
in the music field. Union's chapter, Iota 
Sigma, was chartered in 1960. This 
fraternity aims to encourage loyalty to 
the Alma Mater, develops true fraternal 
spirit and brotherhood, and fosters 
mutual welfare and brotherhood of 
students of music. This year's sweet- 
heart is Lorie Clayton. 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia continued 
their support of All-Sing this year, 
staging and directing the entire event. 
All-Sing gives all campus Greeks and 
other organizations an opportunity to 
perform musical selections in competi- 
tion with each other. Eric Barron, 
serving as chairman this year, directed 
a choir composed of all participating 
groups in "He is the Music," the 1984 
theme song. Drawing a large audience, 
All-Sing '84 was a tremendous success. 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 

Officers, left to right: Lorie Clayton, sweetheart; Lance Word, president; Richard Stevenson, vic« 
president; Ray Frazier, recording secretary; Jeff Morgan, treasurer; Ricky Eaves, historian; Charles Allen, 
executive alumni secretary; Eric Barron, chaplain; Mike Eaves, music director; Doug Watts, warden 

Phi Mu Alpha, kneeling, left to right; Ray Frazier, John Longworth, Lorie 
Clayton, Charles Fowler, Eric Barron; sitting: Lance Word; first row: Ken 
Kite, Greg Phillips, Mike Eaves, Steve Brown, Charles Allen, Chris Hunter, 

Jim Burchette, Sam Newman; second row: Marty Taylor, Richard Stevenson, 
Thom Stephenson, Roger Davis, Mark Ring, Jeff Morgan, Mark DuVall, 
Doug Watts, Ricky Eaves. 




Encouraging interest in the field is a goal of Sigma Alpha 
Iota, the largest and oldest international honor fraternity for 

Membership is open to music majors and minors and is 
based on scholarship and musical ability. Fall and spring bids 
are given. To symbolize sisterly love and everlasting 
friendship, pledges carry a rose with them. 

Founded at Michigan University in 1903, Sigma Alpha 
Iota was chartered in 1960 at Union, as the Gamma Sigma 

Officers, left to right, kneeling: Lorie Clayton, vice 
president; Lisa Grace McCoUum, president; 
second row; Cheryl Johnson, secretary; Carol 
Morris, chaplain; third row: Nelda Bradford, 
treasurer; Alisa Clift, sergeant-at-arms. 

Sigma Alpa Iota, left to right, first row: Cheryl Johnson, Lisa Grace McCollum, Lorrie Twitchell; second 
row: Leanne Robbins, Janice Steinmetz, Lorie Clayton; third row: Nelda Bradford, Carol Morris, Alisa 
CUft, Trish Kerby, Karen Patterson. 

"Grace Cosmiano enjoys a SAI Rush party." 

Pi Kappa Delta 

With the formation of the 
Communications Arts department, a 
speech and debate team was created to 
give students a chance to develop their 
speaking skills. Under the direction of 
Dr. Michael Pollock, coach, and Mrs. 
Patty Smith, assistant coach, the 
speech and debate team traveled to 
Chattanooga to compete in the Choo- 
Choo Invitational Forensics Tour- 
nament at Tennessee Temple. There 
they walked away with three trophies. 
In February, the newly formed group 
helped sponsor the state Collegiate 
Forensics Tournament under Dr. Pol- 
lock, state president of the collegiate 
forensics organization. 

Members of the Speech and Debate 
team are eligible after competing in 
three tournaments to become a member 
of Pi Kappa Delta, a national honorary 
fraternal organization for collegiate 
debaters. There are over 50,000 
members in 280 chapter colleges around 
the nation. Union's chapter was char- 
tered in 1985. 

Pi Kappa Delta, left to right, Brad Douglass, Dr. Michael Pollock, Mrs. Patty Smith, Tammy Thompson, 
Terry Curvin. Other members not pictured include Joey Climer, Chuck Sikler, Sandra Lehr, Kevin 
Bass, and Scot Warpool. 

Speech and Debate Team: seated; Dr. Michael Pollock, Mrs. Patty Smith, standing; S. Elongovan, Brad 
Douglass, Frank Vega, Tammy Thompson, Terry Curvin were among those going to the Chattanooga 



Majors Club 

Many students are unaware of the 
job opportunities that are available 
within the field of physical education. 
The main purpose of the Physical 
Education Majors Club is to sharpen 
this awareness. This organization is 
open to any student majoring or 
minoring in Physical Education. Mrs. 
Sandra Morgan is the sponsor. 

'.K Majors, left to right, seated: Sondra Taylor, Anita King, Keith Potter, Jack Woods; standing: Mrs. 
andra Morgan, Audrey Hunt, June Gilliland, Wade Wallace. 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

Bringing others to accept Christ as their Saviour and 
^ord, encouraging service to Him, and participation in the 
ocal church are priorities of The Fellowship of Christian 
ithletes. Meetings provide a time for Bible study, prayer, and 
haring testimonies. Also, FCA raises money each year to give 
\ partial scholarship to a fellow Christian Bulldog or Lady 

Bulldog in need of financial assistance. Union's chapter of 
FCA is open to all students, faculty, and staff who have 
lettered in high school or college as athletes, cheerleaders, or 
managers. The organization receives much encouragement 
from its faculty advisor, coach Ron Barry. 

fellowship of Christian Athletes, left to right, kneeling, Steve Howard, Kasey 
iradley, Deanna Morris, Kelly Bradley, Greg Watkins; standing: Randall 

Hendrix, Jon Duffy, Marty Stubblefield, Eric Ward, Cal Johnson, Steve 

Pi Gamma Mu 

Sociology Club 

Pi Gamma Mu. left to right: Tim Jerrolds; Janet Nowell, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Lytle Givens, advisor; 
Valerie Rock, vice president; Kathy JoOy, president. j 

Pi Gamma Mu, an honorary scholastic fraternity 
encourages participation for those striving to increase their 
knowledge in the social studies area. Members believe that 
obtaining this knowledge is the first step toward better 
serving humanity, which is their ultimate goal. To qualify for 
Pi Gamma Mu, 20 hours of study in the social sciences and 
a 3.0 grade point average are required. Dr. Lytle Givens is 
the sponsor. 

The primary aim of the Sociology Club is to provide 
inquiry in the discipline. Association among members and a 
number of activities including off-campus services provide 
encouragement and opportunity to gain practical knowledge. 
The Sociology Club is open to any student who is majoring 
or minoring in sociology, or who is just interested in the field. 
Dr. Lytle Givens and Dr. Jim Wooten are the sponsors. 

Sociology Club, left to right, seated: Dr. Lytle Givens, advisor; Melissa Long, 
Valerie Rock, president; Lisa Boyd; Cynthia Ingram, program chairman, Dr. 

Jim Wooten, advisor; standing: Karla Waterman; Gina Chea, secretary- 
treasurer; Deena Black, vice president. 


Initiative, academic achievement, 
and dependability are some of the 
ideals that are encouraged by the 
Psychology Club. Its purpose is to 
acquaint the members with the field of 
psychology and the opportunities 
available within the profession. Mem- 
bership is open to any student majoring 
or minoring in psychology. The faculty 
advisors are Mrs. Teresa Hawkins, Dr. 
Bill Bouchillon, and Dr. David Vickery. 

Psychology Club Officers, left to right first row: Ronda Moore, social chairman; Jim Dowd, president; 
■heri Murphy, vice president; Ron Henson, public relations; second row: Leslie Blalack, treasurer; Keith 
:incaid, pubhc relations; Teresa Greer, secretary; Dr. David Vickery, advisor. 

Psychology Club, left to right, first row: Dr. Bill Bouchillon, Jim Dowd, Mrs. 
Peresa Hawkins, Tammi Mertz, Tammy Thompson, Teresa Greer, Ronda 
^oore, Melissa Carroll, Sheri Murphy, Muhammad Hammeed; second row: 

Ron Henson, Keith Kincaid, Russell Cole, Mary Ann Pickard, Tim Dukes, 
Leslie Blalack, Robin Cobb, Dr. David Vickery. 



Personally from the 


\ Jackson, Tennessee 38305 

Dr. Robert E. Craig , 


Union University's 159 years of history have been very great. 
The college graduates have contributed greatly to the work of 
our Lord and to the improvement of our world. 

In recent years, we have been blessed by growth in student 
numbers, a new campus, additional faculty and staff members, 
and increased participation and support by alumni and other 
friends . 

Union's future is very bright. We will strive to maintain the 
past achievements and build upon the solid foundations to 
improve the college's academic, financial, and religious aspects. 

Our past has been most impressive; the recent victories are 
great; but the future blessings appear to be tremendous! 


Dr. John Adams 
Vice President for Religious Affairs 

Vice Presidents 

If a university is to operate, it is 
necessary for important decisions to 
be made. Strong, effective adminis- 
trators are called upon to make 
decisions concerning student life, 
educational opportunities, business 
and development. Questions regard- 
ing religious matters constitute an 
integral part of Union. Needs of 
Union must be considered for the 
present and also for the future. 


Dr. Hyran Barefoot 
Vice President of Academic Affairs 

R. G. Elliott 
Vice President for Business Affairs 

Larry Stewart 
Vice President of Development 

Board of Trustees 

Board of Trustees, left to right, seated: John McRee, Polk Glover, Judson 
Lambert, George B. Jones, J. H. Patrick, John Pippin; first row standing 
Don Stevenson, Dr. Ray Newcomb, Dr. Don Whitt, Hardy Graham, H. K. 

Sorrell, Bill Cockroft, E. T. Palmer; second row; Benny Fesmire, John 
Drinnon, Mike Adams, Dr. James Thomas, Robert Lamons, Maurice 

Board of Trustees, left to right, seated: Marvin Sandidge, Mrs. Robert 
Alderson, Mrs. Millard Kesterson, Joe Walker, Mike Garner, Mrs. Solon 
Freeman; first row standing: Dale Treadway, Dr. Wayne Rhear, Kenneth 

Hawkins, Charles Breeding, William Oakley; second row: Jim Witherington, 
A. L. Hansard, Dr. Bob Hensley, Dr. John Lee Taylor, William Walker III, 
James Terry. 


Academic Center 

Jane Nichols 


Derald Harris 
Assistant VP for Development 

Paul Veazey 
Director of Denominational Support 

Reed Barber 
Memphis/Shelby Co. Development Officer 

Louise Lynch 
Director of Alumni Affairs 

Olen Law 
Director of Planned Giving 

Cindy C. Lumley 
Director of Public Relations 

Don Morris 
Director of Financial Aid 

Jane Browand 
Assistant Director of Financial Aid 

Student Affairs 

Danny Patterson 
Director, Student Activities Center 

David Thomas 
Assistant, Student Center 

Sarah Hammett 
Coordinator of College Activities 

David Oran 
Director of Men 's Housing 

June Wildmon 
Director of Women's Housing 

Margaret Boyd 
College Nurse 

Max Blackmon 
Assistant Director, Men's Housing 

Irene Towater 
Assistant Director, Women's Housing 






Dan Bates 
Admiasions Counselor 

Cappy Chinn 
Admissions Counselor 

Luanne Powell 
Admiasions Counselor 

Elizabeth Wingo 
Admiasions Counselor 

Business Office 

Robert Simpson 
Assistant VP-Business 

Johnny Dougan 
Superintendent, Buildings/Grounds 

Terresia Reasons 

Bobbie Bishop 
Accounts Payable Clerk 

Joyce Long 
Student Accounts 

Shari Douglas 
Accounts Payable Clerk 

Margaret Jones 

Dorothy Hopper 


Barbara K. Maners 

Marjorie Richard 

Polly Spencer 


Ann Studards 
Bookstore Manager 

Linda Wilson 
Textbook Manager 

Administrative Assistants 

Jacque Bobbitt 
Academic Center 

Doris Gee 
Development Office 

Elouise Graves 
President's Office 

Rose Melton 
Religious Activities Office 

Renee Mitchell 
Business Office 

Peggy Robinson 
Admissions Office 

Staff Assistants 

Katrina Bradfield 
Development Office 

Phyllis Davenport 
Student Affairs Office 

Beverly Fisher 
Public Relations 

Barbara Orr 
Academic Center 

Beth Poyner 
Academic Center 

Betty Wells 


Richard Rogers 
Catalog Librarian 

Virginia Zachary 
Periodicals Librarian 

Vera Butler 
Library Technician 

Cathy Williams 
Library Technician 


The five deans of Union University function to serve 
as a bridge between administration and faculty. They 
work closely with the Associate Vice President for 
Academic Affairs to coordinate curriculum and class 
scheduling. The academic departments are divided into 
five schools: Fine Arts, Humanities, Natural and 
Behavioral Sciences, Nursing, and Professional Studies. 

Dr. Patricia Pinson, Dean 
School of Fine Arts 


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Dr. Bill Bouchillon, Dean 
School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences 

Dr. James Raggett, Dean 
School of Humanities 


Dr. Howard Newell, Dean 
School of Professional Studies 

Mrs. Regina Saffel, Dean 
School of Nursing 


Exercising the mind and the 
spirit through training of the hands 
and eyes is one of the primary tasks 
of the Art department. Curriculum is 
designed to allow students to discover 
and explore their potential creativity. 
Art mediums used include watercolor, 
oil, pottery, print, and photography. 
Senior art exhibits are located in the 
new art gallery, adjacent to the art 
department. Each year an art show is 
held during the spring. 

Grove Robinson 
Department Chairman 

James Hargett 
Assistant Professor 

Charles Huffman 
Assistant Professor 

June Hoffman 
Assistant Professor 

David McClune 
Assistant Professor 



The Music department in- 
structs students in a comprehensive 
study of musical performance. The 
historical and philosophical aspect 
of music and composers is taught to 
create musical appreciation. 

Stage Band, Symphonic Band, 
Proclamation, and Covenant are 
sponsored by the Music department 
along with the professional fraterni- 
ties. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and 
Sigma Alpha Iota. 

Max Pugh 
Associate Professor 

Timothy Gale 

Scott Bennett 


Cynthia Jayne 
Department Chairman 


Learning the cultural back- 
ground of a country is an added 
benefit of studying language which 
makes communication more effec- 
tive. Many people recognize the 
study of language as a skill which 
can prove profitable in a wide range 
of governmental and professional 

To prepare students for this 
qualification, professors give thor- 
ough classroom instruction as well 
as practical lab experience to teach 
them proper communication skills. 
Union offers Spanish, French, 
German, and Greek. 

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Judy Keen 
Assistant Professor 

Religion and Philosophy 

Dr. David Irby 
Department Chairman 

Dr. James Jones 
Associate Professor 



The Religion and Philosophy 
departments aim for the goal of 
helping students better understand 
the Bible and other Baptist beliefs. 
This helps students prepare for the 
pastorate and church-related jobs. 
Part-time instructors are Dr. John 
Adams, Dr. Hyran Barefoot, Mr. 
Richard Holloman, and Dr. Walter 

Dr. Clyde TiUey 

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The English department 
teaches students how to improve 
their written and verbal commun- 
ication skills. These skills are 
incorporated into an appreciation 
for literature in the form of poetry, 
drama, short story, and novels. 
Students are challenged to produce 
literary compositions as well as to 
seek truths in the literature they 

Dr. George Clark 
Department Chairman 














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Dr. Louise Bentley 
Associate Professor 

Dr. Ernest Pinson 

Marilyn Smothers 
Assistant Professor 

Dr. Michael Pollock 
Department Chairman 

Betty H. Foellinger 

Dr. C.C. Kinnison 

Patty Smith 


Joining the curriculum this 
year, is the new major in Commun- 
ication Arts. Students have the 
opportunity to speciaUze in the 
fields of journalism, broadcasting, 
speech, or theater. The department 
dedicated a radio-television labora- 
tory classroom during the 
Homecoming festivities. This facili- 
ty gives actual hands-on experience 
with the equipment. 


Students taking courses in 
Union's History Department not 
only study history, but also are 
encouraged to be aware of current 
events. Students are motivated not 
to simply accept the ideas of others, 
but to form individual opinions. 
This view is useful to students 
interested in journalism, law, or 

Dr. James Edmonson 
Department Chairman 

Dr. James Baggett 
Associate Professor 


Dr. Howard Newell 
Department Chairman 

Donald Hollin 
Assistant Professor 

Curtiss Scott 
Associate Professor 


Dr. Walton Padelford 
Assistant Professor 


Union's Business Department 
includes the areas of accounting, 
business administration, economics, 
finance, and management/market- 
ing. The courses offered by the 
department are designed to prepare 
the students for employment in 
business, teaching, or government 

Nancy Ross 

Dr. Padelford relaxes between classes. 

Dr. Barney T. Raffield, III 
Associate Professor 


The Biology department of 
Union places emphasis on motivat- 
ing students to develop investiga- 
tive techniques. Most of Union's 
biology majors are students in 
pre-health-related fields. The 
department helps to prepare 
students for studies in areas such as 
dentistry, pharmacy, and medicine. 

Elsie Smith 
Department Chairman 


Dr. Kyle Hathcox 
Department Chairman 

The Chemistry and Physics 
department strives to attain the 
goals of helping students under- 
stand the physical and chemical 
world around them, become 
proficient in problem solving, and 
develop an inquisitive mind. 
Preparation for graduate study with 
an emphasis on laboratory skills is 
a major objective of the Chemistry 
department. The Physics depart- 
ment emphasizes a study of 
physical phenomena that occur in 
the world. Courses are offered to 
challenge students to think and 




Dr. Eugene Gooch 
Assistant Professor 

Gary McCollum 

Amy Alvey 
Laboratory Assistant 


Courses offered by Union's Math 
department are designed to help 
prepare the major for graduate study in 
mathematics. They also prepare the 
student for entry into work in fields 
related to mathematics and for teaching 
mathematics at the secondary level. 


Dr. Joseph Tucker 
Department Chairman 

Richard Dehn 
Associate Professor 

Computer Science 

William Trues 
Assistant Professor 

Dwayne Jennings 

Computer Science is an ever- 
expanding field with a wide range 
of necessary skills. The Computer 
Science department seeks to teach 
these skills through courses that 
focus on applications programming, 
data management, and software- 
hardware interaction. Center ex- 
pansion includes eight new mi- 

Richard Nadig 

John David Barham 

Connie Magers 
Computer Technician 

Karen McWherter 
Computer Technician 


The Psychology department 
sees as one of its goals to provide 
students with a basic understanding 
of the laws that govern man's 
behavior. A major in psychology 
will prepare a student for graduate 
school, a church related vocation or 
working in the clinical psychology 

Dr. Bill Bouchillon 
Department Chairman 

Dr. David Vickery 
Assistant Professor 

Teresa Hawkins 


Dr. Lytle Givens 
Department Chairman 

Students interested in 
sociology can find quite a wide 
range of courses in Union's 
Sociology Department. These 
courses not only prepare the 
student for job opportunities, but 
also teach them to deal with daily 
problems. The department is 
founded on the practical and 
scientific analysis of human rela- 


Brenda Collins 


Dr. William Hedspeth 
Department Chairmen 

The aim of the Education depart- 
ment is to train competent educators. 
It is said that the future of a nation 
rests in its youth. These youth will be 
a direct product of the teaching they 
have received. Students in the teacher 
education at Union are given practical 
experience in the classroom. This 
enables them to have experience 
before they teach. Dr. Pat Taylor 
teaches part time. 

Dr. Wayne Alford 

Judy Taylor 
Part-time Instructor 

Carolyn Tomlin 
Assistant Professor 

Jane Calcutt 
Part-time Instructor 




and Health 


Dr. Linn Stranak 
Department Chairman 

Dr. David Blackstock 
Athletic Director 

One of the goals of the Physical 
Education and Health department is 
the total health. They believe this 
includes a strong mind as well as a 
strong body. The major means of 
teaching this goal is through physical 
activities such as intramurals and 
varsity athletic programs. This year 
more activities are possible through 
the Activities Center. 





Ron Barry 


James Swope 


Students in the nursing pro- 
gram at Union work closely with 
their instructors to complete the 
prescribed curriculum. It is the 
responsibility of the nursing faculty 
to help students apply principles 
from the biophysical and social 
sciences, humanities, and general 
education to carry out nursing 
activities related to the care of the 
sick and the restoration of health. 
Students complete the program 
competent to pass a licensing exam. 

Regina Saffel 
Department Chairman 

Linda Baiber 

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Pauline Bridger 
Assistant Professor 

Sandra Brown 
Assistant Professor 

Tere Cable 
Assistant Professor 

Carla Sanderson 

Nancy Freeman 

Ivy Barker 
Assistant Professor 

Nancy Herron 

Dee Cowan 



Bachelor of 
Science in 

The BSN program is designed to 
supplement the basic nursing education 
by providing for increased nursing 
knowledge and clinical experiences. The 
graduate of this curriculum functions in 
expanded roles and has an increased 
use of independent nursing judgment. 
Health care teaching and planning is a 
major focus. 

Dorothy Yarbro 
Assistant Professor 

Joyce Montgomery 
.Assistant Professor 




Senior Class Officers, Kevin Ezell, president; Judy Farabee, vice president; Jennifer Cox, secretary; Debbie Deere, treasurer. 

Adams, Sherrie, Dyer, Tn. 

Agee, Miriam, Lebanon, Tn. 

Allen, Brad, Jackson, Tn. 

Allen, Cathy, Memphis, Tn. 

Allen, Melody, Memphis, Tn. 

Anderson, Shari, Germantown, Tn. 

Arnold, Carolyn, Medon, Tn. 

Barbee, Sonya, Memphis, Tn. 

Barker, Betsy, Jackson, Tn. 

Bass, Kevin, Jackson, Tn. 

Beshires, Melinda, Henderson, Tn. 

Bishop, Barry, Bolivar, Mo. 

Boggan, Robbie, Parsons, Tn. 

Bowers, Greg, Memphis, Tn. 

Boyd, Lisa, Baitlett, Tn. 

Bradford, Nelda, CollierviUe, Tn. 

Brewer, Sheila, Henderson, Tn. 

Briley, Robert, Jackson, Tn. 

Brockman, Larry, Jackson, Tn. 

Brooks, Cindy, Columbia, Tn. 

Brown-Idare, Clarence, Jackson, Tn. 
Burks, Flipper, Jackson, Tn. 
Burns, Christi, Waynesboro, Tn. 
Butler, Judd, Quincy, Fla. 
Caperton, Dennis, Savannah, Tn. 

Carr, Darlene, Nashville, Tn. 
Chambers, Ricky, Alamo, Tn. 
Chea, Gina, Jackson, Tn. 
Church, Harvey, Columbia, Tn. 
Clark, Paul, Jackson, Tn. 

Clift, Alisa, Burlison, Tn. 
Coleman, John, Jackson, Tn. 
Cothren, Lisa, Bolivar, Tn. 
Cox, Jennifer, East Prairie, Mo. 
Cox, Kay, Jackson, Tn. 

Crawford, Lisa, Bolivar, Tn. 
Crawford, Robert, Savannah, Tn. 
Cummings, Glenn, Thomasville, Ga. 
DePriest, Sam, Jackson, Tn. 
Dean, Twilla, Olney, III. 


Dedmon, Jenny, Brownsville, Tn. 

Deere, Debbie, Lexington, Tn. 

Dees, Elizabeth, Jackson, Tn. 

Dillingham, Sherri, Jackson, Tn. 

Donnell, Jim, Memphis, Tn. 

Douglass, Brad, Brownsville, Tn. 

Dowd, Jr., James, Jackson, Tn. 

Dukes, Tim, Ownesboro, Ky. 

Dunavant, Donna, Alamo, Tn. 

Durham, Cindy, Bolivar, Tn. 

Eaves, Mike, Dickson, Tn. 

Eaves, Ricky, Dickson, Tn. 

Elangovan, S., Jackson, Tn. 

Emison, Patricia, Jackson, Tn. 

Escue, Rita Kaye, Jackson, Tn. 


Evans, Russ, Jackson, Tn. 
Ezell, Kevin, Paducah, Ky. 
Faxabee, Judith S., Olive Branch, Ms. 
Finley, Scot, Memphis, Tn. 
Fleet, Anita, Memphis, Tn. 

Forsythe, Pam, Jackson, Tn. 

Foss, Anna Marie, Milan, Tn. 

Foster, Deborah, Parsons, Tn. 

Freeman, Michael, Dresden, Tn. 

Fuqua, Jennifer, Mt. Juliet, Tn. 

Galey, Bonnie, Jackson, Tn. 

Gibson, Abigayle, Parsons, Tn. 

Graves, Diane, Paris, Tn. 

Graves, Mitchell, Jackson, Tn. 

Griggs, Tina, Humboldt, Tn. 

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Grimes, Cindy, Ripley, Tn. 
Gurley, Suzie, Lexington, Tn. 
Hailey, Susan, Jackson, Tn. 
Hainsworth, Jeff, Jackson, Tn. 
Hameed, Muhammed, Dyersburg, Tn. 

Hankla, Crystal, Jackson, Tn. 
Harcrow, Nicky, Milan, Tn, 
Hardaway, Tina, Trenton, Tn. 
Hari, Rod, Cissna Park, III. 
Harwood, Andy, Humboldt, Tn. 

Heisserer, Dan, Chaffee, Mo. 
Hicks, Lynn, Jackson, Tn. 
Holley, Vivian, Jackson, Tn. 
Howard, Stephen, Paducah, Ky. 
Hunt, Audrey, Jackson, Tn. 


Hunt, Michele, Jackson, Tn. 
Ingram, Cynthia, Jackson, Tn. 
Jackson, Maria, Linden, Tn. 
James, Gerre, Matteson, III. 
Jarnagin, Donnie, Union City, Tn. 

Jarvis, De Ann, Paducah, Ky. 
Jerrolds, Tim, Savannah, Tn. 
Johnsey, Carole, Jackson, Tn. 
Johnson, Calvin, Norris City, III. 
Johnson, Denise, Saulsbury, Tn. 

Johnson, Michael, Maury City, Tn. 
Jolley, Kathy, Jackson, Tn. 
Jones, Ginny, Dyersburg, Tn. 
Jones, Monte, Humboldt, Tn. 
Kerr, Bill, Concord, Tn. 

Kincaid, Keith, Dresden, Tn. 

King, Anita, Sesser, 111. 

King, Venessa C, Saltillo, Tn. 

Kirchoff, Jane G., Jackson, Tn. 

Kovac, Jim, Jackson, Tn. 

Laster, Mark, Jackson, Tn. 

Lewis, Jeff, Memphis, Tn. 

Lewis, Rosa, Ripley, Tn. 

Lindsay, Clay, Lexington, Tn. 

Luckey, Lydia, Spring Creek, Tn. 

Maholmes, Lora, Jackson, Tn. 

Martin, Mary, Humboldt, Tn. 

Massongill, Monte, Ripley, Tn. 

May, Stephen M., Brownsville, Tn. 

Mayfield, Cathy, Covington, Tn. 

Mayo, Shyrll, Wynnburg, Tn. 

McBroom, WilHam, Jackson, Tn. 

McCall, Wendy, Southaven, Ms. 

McCoUum, Lisa Grace, Lexington, Tn. 

McCormick, Janet, Scotts Hill, Tn. 

McDougal, John, Paris, Tn. 

Mcllwain, Beth, Somerville, Tn. 

McKenzie, Lisa, Jackson, Tn. 

McKinney, Mitzi Ann, Lewisburg, Tn. 

Mears, Marilee R., Saltillo, Ms. 

Milam, Beverlyann, Jackson, Tn. 

Moffitt, Jennifer Sue, Lexington, Tn. 

Monroe, Kevin, Jackson, Tn. 

Montgomery, Gloria, Towanda, Pa. 

Moore, Brad, Arlington, Tx. 

Morris, Carol Ann, Clarksville, Tn. 

Morrow, Bobbie, Bolivar, Tn. 

Moss, Orlandus, Millington, Tn. 

Murphy, Sheri, Trimble, Tn. 

Myers, Don, Somerville, Tn. 


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Nelms, Suzanne, Memphis, Tn. 
Newbern, Virginia, Jackson, Tn. 
Nowell, Janet, Milan, Tn. 
Parrish, Mark, Bartlett, Tn. 
Patrick, Karen, Bells, Tn. 

Patterson, Sherry, Bradford, Tn. 
Pendergrass, Mark, Memphis, Tn. 
Perkins, Donna, Bruceton, Tn. 
Perrin, Susan, Murray, Ky. 
Phillips, Amy, Jackson, Tn. 

Pickens, Scarlett, Jackson, Tn. 
Pierson, Susan R., Memphis, Tn. 
Pinson, Lisa, Paris, Tn. 
Powers, Andrea Lynn, Phenix City, Ala. 
Presley, Darryl, Sardis, Tn. 

Puckett, Barry, Paducah, Ky. 
Putrus, Gehassan D., Murfreesboro, Tn. 
Ragland, Lawrence, Milan, Tn. 
Reasons, D. C, Huntsville, Tx. 
Reid, Scott, Milan, Tn. 

Rice, Lisa, Covington, Tn. 
Rice, Sharrill Ann, Belleville, III. 
Rock, Valerie, Lincoln, 111. 
Rodriguez-Chapman, Mike, Madison, Tn. 
Rollins, Beth, Jackson, Tn. 

Rowland, Denise, Bruceton, Tn. 
Ryser, Sylvia, Jackson, Tn. 
Sadler, Victoria, Washington, 111. 
Samples, David, Menominee, Mi. 
Scruggs, Sherry L., Trenton, Tn. 

Selbe, Lisa H., Henderson. Tn. 
Sisk, Tia L., Trenton, Tn. 
Smith, David, Memphis. Tn. 
Smith, Jo. M., Selmer. Tn. 
Smith, Kerry, Piggott, Ark. 

Snider, Rose, Olney, 111. 

Spellings, Carol, Jackson, Tn. 

Stafford, Phil, Greenfield, Tn. 

Stockton, Charlotte, Beech Bluff, Tn. 

Stults, Dave, Waynesboro. Tn. 

Sullivan, Pamela, Pinson, Tn. 
Sumner, Alan, Southaven, Ms. 
Swafford, Carol, Nashville, Tn. 
Swaim, Alicia, Covington, Tn. 
Taylor, Connie, Denmark, Tn. 

Taylor, Jeff, Brownsville, Tn. 
Taylor, Marty, Fairland, Okla. 

Taylor, Sondra, Hernando, Ms. 
Thomas, Reggie, Huntingdon, Tn. 

Tillman, Ricky, Scotts Hill, Tn. 
Trentham, Kevin, Jennings, Mo. 

Turner, Cindy, Memphis, Tn. 

Turner, Kathy, Huron, Tn. 

Varnado, Winston, Memphis, Tn. 

Vincent, Pamela, Bolivar, Tn. 

Vopel, Terri, Memphis, Tn. 

Walker, Helen, Ripley, Tn. 

Walker, Jeffery, Bethel Springs, Tn. 

Wallace, Kevin, Pontotoc, Ms. 

Wallace, Wade, Brighton, Tn. 

Walton, Patsy, Bolivar. Tn. 

Waterman, Karlin, Dyersburg, Tn. 
Watkins, Mary, McKenzie, Tn. 
Watridge, Tammy, Bells, Tn. 
Webb, Melissa G., Jackson, Tn. 
Weddle, Willie, Denmark, Tn. 

Wells, Richard H., Nashville, Tn. 
Williams, John, Arlington, Tn. 
Williams, Melise, Jackson, Tn. 
Williams, Scott, Bells, Tn. 
Williamson, Brenda, Motley, Mo. 

Wilson, Sandra, Ripley, Tn. 
Wood, Steven, Lexington, Tn. 

Woods, Jack, Milan, Tn. 
Word, Lance, Southaven, Ms. 

Younger, Lana, McLemoresville, Tn. 


Associate of 
Science in 


Second Year Nursing Class Officers, left to right, 
first row: Joan Lee, library representative; 
Christina Dorton, treasurer; Karen Patterson, 
vice president; Cindy Doster, SGA representative; 
Laura Ann Patteson, research committee; second 
row: Jeannie Tignor, curriculum review represen- 
tative; Rhonda Watson, liistorian; Lisa Hatfield, 
student curriculum representative, James E. 
Ross, president. 

Baird, Bobbie, Milan, Tn. 

Barnett, Denise, Kevil, Ky. 

Bowen, Lynette, Selmer, Tn. 

Britt, Teresa, Lexington, Tn. 

Brown, Julia, Lexington, Tn. 

Butler, Bobby, Paris, Tn. 

Crossnoe, Melanie, Humboldt, Tn. 

Dorton, Christina, WhiteHouse, Tn. 

Doster, Cindy, Jackson, Tn. 

Epperson, Marion, Milan, Tn. 

Evans, Sheila, Lexington, Tn. 

Garrison, Melisa, Annoiel, Ark. 

Harris, Debra Kay, Milan, Tn. 

Hatfield, Lisa, Lavinia, Tn. 

Hunt, Christina, Reagan, Tn. 

Hutchens, Pam, Holly Springs, Ms. 

Jackson, Gail, Trenton, Tn. 

Lee, Joan, Medon, Tn. 

Lovelace, Kelly, Jackson, Tn. 

Lovelace, Rhonda, Brownsville, Tn. 

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Maness, Kathy, Clarksburg, III. 
Mathis, Julie, Toone, Tn. 
Mathis, Mitzi, Bradford, Tn. 
Morris, Deborah, Brownsville, Tn. 
Mullins, Peggy, Jackson, Tn. 

Nanney, Debbie, Medon, Tn. 
Nickerson, Cindy, Orlando, Fla. 
North, Katherine, Jackson, Tn. 
Patterson, Karen, Jackson, Tn. 
Patteson, Laura Ann, Memphis, Tn. 

Pevahouse, Tracy, Decaturville, Tn. 
Poor, Cindy, Henderson, Tn. 
Powers, Suzy, Jackson, Tn. 
Prather, Kim, Atwood, Tn. 
Ross, James, Henderson, Tn. 

Self, Steve, Jackson, Tn. 
Spence, Lois, Jackson, Tn. 
Steinmetz, Janice, Memphis, Tn. 
Stephenson, Jim, Jackson, Tn. 
Sutton, Joyce, Jackson, Tn. 

Swords, Jackie, Jackson, Tn. 
Tidwell, Cindy, Memphis, Tn. 
Tignor, Jeannie, Jackson, Tn. 
Tillman, Melanie, Jackson, Tn. 
VanCleave, Pat, Dardon, Tn. 

Watson, Rhonda, Bolivar, Tn. 
Weaver, Pat, Brownsville, Tn. 
Wheeler, Judy, Jackson, Tn. 
York, Helen, Jackson, Tn. 

Seniors Index 


AGEE, MIRIAM ROSE .... B.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.: Choir, Nursing home; 
B.Y.W.: publicity chairman, social chairman; Lamplighters: senator; S.G.A.: 
senate; Cardinal & Cream: Lest We Forget: organizations editor, 
editor-in-chief; U.U. Dean's List; National Dean's List; Prexy Club; Who's 

ALEXANDER, MONICA DENISE .... B.A., Social Work; Minor: 
Psychology; Zeta Tau Alpha: house manager, ritual chairman; Sociology Club. 

ALLEN, BRADLEY KIRK B.S., History; Minor: Political Science; 

History Club. 

ALLEN, CATHY ANN B.A., Elementary Education; Minor: English; 

B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; Student Foundation; Sigma Tau Delta: secretary; S.N.E.A. 

ANDERSON, SHARON KAYE .... B.S., Office Administration; Minor: 
Accounting; Chi Omega: chapter supper; Business Club. 

ARNOLD, CAROLYN LOUISE .... B.A., Elementary Education; Minor: 
Special Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; S.T.E.A.: president, senator; Linguae 
Mundi; S.G.A.: senator for S.T.E.A.; Dorm Council: secretary; Chorus. 

BAILEY, PEGGY E B.S.N., Nursing. 

BAIRD, BOBBIE NANNETTE .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

BARNETT, KELLY DENISE .... A.S.N. Nursing; Lamplighters. 

BASS, KEVIN RAY .... B.S., Psychology/Biology; Alpha Tau Omega: 
alumni relations, treasurer; Alpha Chi; Footlights; Psychology Club; Sigma 
Zeta; Drama: Thurber Carnival; Chorus; Miss Union University Pageant; 
Assistant Producer/Director, Director, Producer; Who's Who. 

BEDFORD, KEVIN JAMES B.A., Religion; Minor; Management/Mar- 
keting; B.S.U.; B.C.F.; History Club; C.R.V.; Ministerial Association. 


Accounting; Baseball. 

. B.S., Elementary Education; S.T.E.A.: 
B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 


B.S., Elementary Education; S.N.E.A. 

BOWERS, GREGORY CLAUDE .... B.A., Religion; Minor: Communica- 
tions; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association: secretary/treasurer; History Club; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Interfraternity Council; Pre-legal Society; F.C.A.; 
S.G.A.: senate chaplain; Class Offices: treasurer; Chorus. 

BRADFORD, NELDA JOY .... B.A., Music; Minor: Business Administra- 
tion; Sigma Alpha Iota; treasurer, yearbook chairman, best pledge notebook, 
pledge class president; B.S.U.; U.U. Singers; Chorus. 


Prelegal Society; History Club 

B.S., Elementary Education; S.N.E.A.; 

B.S., History; Minor: Secondary Education; 
B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 

Computer Science. 

BROOKS, CYNTHIA FAY .... B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha Tau 
Omega: little sister, president; Zeta Tau Alpha: vice-president; S.T.E.A.: 
vice-president; F.C.A.: secretary. 

BROWN, JULIA B A.S.N., Nursing: Lamplighters. 

BRYANT, J. BARRETT .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 


Economics/Finance; Business Club. 

BUTLER, JUDSON ROBERT .... B.A., English/Religion; Minor: Greek; 
B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Sigma Tau Delta; C.R.V. 


B.S., Accounting/Psychology. 



CAPERTON, DENNIS WAYNE .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Accounting; Business Club: public relations; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: treasurer, 
little sister coordinator, vice-president; Andrew T. "Tip" Taylor Prelegal 
Society; Honorary Zeta Tau Alpha Man. 

CARR, BRENDA DARLENE .... B.A., Communication Arts; Minor: 
English; C.R.V.; Sigma Tau Delta: secretary, president; Prexy Club; Cardinal 
& Cream: associate editor, editor. 



A.S.N. , Nursing. 

. . B.S., Computer Science; Minor: Economics/Fin- 

Symphonic Band; Chorus. 

B.A., History; Minor: English; Stage Band; 

CLIFT, ALISA ANN .... B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary 
Education; Alpha Chi: convention representative; Sigma Alpha Iota: 
chaplain, sergeant-at-arms; B.S.U.; Dorm Council: secretary; Chorus; U.U. 
Singers: librarian, secretary; Stage Band: piano and vocalist; C.R.V.; U.U. 
Dean's List; National Dean's List; Fourth Runner-up 1982 Miss Union 
University; 1984 Miss Union University; Proclamation; iVho's Who; Phi Mu 
Alpha Sinfonia Sweetheart. 

COTHREN, LISA MARIE .... B.S., Accounting; Minor: Economics/Fin- 
ance; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Beta Lambda. 

COX, DAVID TODD .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: Psychology; 
B.S.U.; Business Club; Lamplighters. 

COX, JENNIFER LANOIR .... B.A., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Economics/Finance and Communications; Chi Omega; Footlights; History 
Club; Linguae Mundi; Business Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Calendar Girl; 
Drama; Aesop's Fables; Class Offices: secretary; S.G.A.: senator; Dorm 
Council; Miss Madison County 1984; Who's Who. 

CRAIG, ROBERT CHRIS .... B.S., Physical Education; Minor: Health; Chi 
Omega Wise Guy; Student Foundation: speaker; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
chaplain, warden; Class Favorite. 

Sociology; Lamplighters. 

A.S.N. /B.S., Nursing/Psychology; Minor: 

CUMMINGS, GLENN EARLE .... B.A., Sociology; Minor: Religion; B.S.U.: 
president; Ministerial Association; .Student Foundation: president; 
Basketball; S.G.A.; president. 

DEAN, TWILLA DAWN .... B.A., Social Work; Minor: Religion; B.S.U.: 
missions chairman, vice-president; B.Y.W.: mission action chairman, 
vice-president, mission support; Sociology Club; Chorus; Lest We Forget. 

DEDMON, JENNY L B.A., Management/Marketing; Minor: English; 

Linguae Mundi; Business Club; Chorus. 


A.S.N., Nursing; B.Y.W.; Lamplighters: 

DOWD, JAMES EDWARD .... B.S., Psychology; Minor: Secondary 
Education/English; Sigma Tau Delta; B.S.U.; History Club; Psychology Club: 
president; S.T.E.A.: photographer; Taylor Pre-legal Society: senator; Lest We 
Forget: photographer; Prexy Club; T.I.S.L. delegate. 


B.S., Accounting; Minor: Management/ 

DURHAM, LUCINDA .... B.S., Elementary Education; B.S.U.; Chi Omega; 
History Club; S.T.E.A.; S.G.A.: senator for S.T.E.A. 



B.S., Accounting; Minor: Economics/Fin- 


ERVIN, NOEL NATHAN .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

ESCUE, RITA KAYE B.S.N., Nursing; Alpha; Lamplighters; Honors 

Student Association; Student Representative Curriculum Committee of 
Nursing; Who's Who. 

EVANS, RUSSELL LEE JR B.A., Art; Minor: Speech; Kappa Pi: 

president; Torch; Art Guild; U.U. Dean's List; Who's Who. 

EZELL, MICHAEL KEVIN .... B.S., Psychology; Minor: Church 
Recreation; B.S.U.; Student Foundation; F.C.A.; Tennis; Class Offices: 

FINLEY, JONATHAN SCOT .... B.A., Social Science; Minor: Secondary 
Education; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association: president; Alpha Chi; History 
Club: secretary-treasurer; Honors Student Association: secretary-treasurer; 
Andrew T. "Tip" Taylor Pre-legal Society; S.G.A.: senate, parliamentarian, 
president pro. temp.; Class Offices: vice-president; Chorus; Who's Who. 


B.S., Accounting; Minor: Management/Market- 

Music; Chorus; U.U. Singers. 

B.A., Management/Marketing; Minor: 


Psychology: Business Club. 

.... A.S.N., Nursing; B.Y.W.; 
B.S., Economics/Finance; Minor: 


B.A., EngHsh; Minor: Art. 

GRAVES, DIANE BERTOUILLE .... B.S., Psychology/Sociology; Minor: 
Secondary Education; Footlights; A. CM.: secretary; Drama: God's Favorite. 


B.S., Mathematics; Minor: Computer Science. 

GRIGGS, TINA M B.S., Social Science; Minor: Secondary Education; 

History Club: assistant treasurer; Phi Alpha Theta; Andrew T. "Tip" Taylor 
Pre-legal Society; U.U. Dean's List; National Dean's List; Who's Who. 

GRIMES, CYNTHIA SUZETTE .... B.S., Accounting; Minor: Man- 
agement/ Marketing; Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi Beta Lambda; B.Y.W.; Chorus; 
Phi Theta Kappa. 

GURLEY, SUZANNE B.S., Accounting; Minor; Computer Science; 

B.S.U.; A.C.M.: newsletter editor; Business Club; Chorus; Lest We Forget: 
class sections. 




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HAILEY, SUSAN LEE .... B.S., Psychology; Minor: Sociology; Who's Who. 

HAMMONDS, MICHAEL ANDREW .... B.A., Religion/Greek; Minor; 
Philosophy; Ministerial Association; C.R.V. 

HARCROW, NICKY RONALD .... B.A., Religion; Minor: Psychology. 

HARI, RODNEY DALE .... B.S., Computer Science; Minor: Accounting; 
Baseball: captain, stolen base record. 

HARRIS, DEBRA KAY .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

HATFIELD, LISA DAWN .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

HEISSERER, DANIEL LEE .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Economics/Finance; Business Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: pledge trainer; 
Interfraternity Council. 


B.S., Accounting; Minor: Economics/Finance. 

HOBBS, ALLYSON .... B.S., Biology; Minor: Secondary Education; Alpha 
Chi: treasurer; Chi Omega: vice-president; Sigma Zeta; Tennis: captain; U.U. 
Dean's List; National Dean's List; Campus Favorite; Who's Who. 

Business Club. 

B.S., Accounting; Minor: Chemistry; 

HOWARD, STEPHEN A B.S., Physical Education/Health; Minor: 

History/Political Science/Secondary Education; Basketball. 

HUNT, AUDREY DENISE .... B.S., Physical Education/Health; Minor: 
History/Political Science/Secondary Education; Basketball. 

HUTCHENS, PAMELA DENISE .... A.S.N., Nursing; Alpha Tau Omega: 
little sister; Chi Omega; Lamplighters. 

INGRAM, CYNTHIA LOU .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Sociology/Psychology; Sociology Club: program chairman; Business Club; 
Psychology Club; S.G.A.: senator. 



JACKSON, MARLA LEE .... B.A., Social Work; Minor: Sociology; B.S.U.; 
B.Y.W.: missions support; Chorus; Dorm Council; resident life board; 
Sociology Club. 

JARNAGIN, DONALD R B.S., Mathematics; Minor: Secondary 

Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: eminent recorder, eminent chronicler, social 
chairman, intramural director; Kappa Mu Epsilon; F.C.A.; Interfraternity 
Council; Taylor Pre-legal Society. 

JARVIS, LISA DEANN .... B.S., Mathematics; Minor: Computer Science; 
Zeta Tau Alpha: ritual chairman, vice-president; Kappa Mu Epsilon: 
treasurer; A.C.M.; F.C.A.; Basketball. 

JERROLDS, TIMOTHY ALAN .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Economics/Finance; Alpha Chi; History Club: treasurer; Business Club: 
president; Prexy Club; Pi Gamma Mu; Who's Who. 


B.A., Elementary Education. 

JOLLEY, KATHRYN ANNE .... B.S., Sociology; Minor: Secondary 
Education/English; Alpha Tau Omega; little sister; Zeta Tau Alpha: music 
chairman, standards chairman; Pi Gamma Mu: president; Sociology Club; 

JONES, VIRGINIA RUTH (GINNY) .... B.S., Office Administration; 
Minor: Management/Marketing; Chi Omega: pledge class president, 
secretary; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: little sister; Business Club: secretary. 

KING, ANITA ANN .... B.S., Physical Education/Health; Minor: 
Secondary Education; B.S.U.; P.E. Majors/Minors Club: vice-president; 


B.S., Elementary Education; Chorus. 

KOVAC, JAMES SAMUEL JR B.S., Computer Science; Minor: 

Religion; Alpha Tau Omega: house manager; B.S.U.: Council, C.R.V. 


, B.S., Office Administration; Minor: Secondary 

LOVELACE. KELLY RENEE .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 
LUCKEY, LYDIA KAY .... B.S., Elementary Education; S.T.E.A. 


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MEREDITH, MICHAEL ROY .... B.A., Religion/Greek; Minor: English; 
B.S.U. Ministerial Association; Alpha Chi; C.R.V.; U.U. Dean's List; National 
Dean's List; Sigma Tau Delta. 


MANESS, KATHY E A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

MANN, JUANITA .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

MATHIS, MITZI JO .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

MAYFIELD, CATHY JANE .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Economics/Finance; Business Club. 

McBROOM, WILLIAM HENRY .... B.S., Helath/Physical Education; 
Minor: Secondary Education/Church Recreation; B.S.U. ; F.C.A.; P.E. Club; 

McCALL, WENDY LYNN .... B.A., English; Minor: Secondary Education; 
Alpha Chi; Sigma Tau Delta; Linguae Mundi; S.N.E.A.: secretary-treasurer; 
Chorus; Who's Who. 

McCLOUD, JOANN EVERETT .... B.S., Social Work; Minor: Sociology; 
B.S.U.; Sociology Club; Psychology Club; Chorus; Cardinal & Cream; Lest 
We Forget; C.R.V. 

McCOLLUM, LISA GRACE .... B.M., Music Education; Minor: Math; 
Sigma Alpha Iota: music and yearbook chairman, president; B.Y.W.; Alpha 
Chi; S.T.E.A.; Chorus; U.U. Singers: vice-president; Who's Who. 

McILWAIN, SARA BETH .... B.A., Office Administration; Minor: 
Psychology; Phi Beta Lambda; B.Y.W.: mission study chairman, 
vice-president, president; S.G.A.: senate; Chorus; Psychology Club; Prexy 
Club: senator; Lest We Forget; B.S.U.: council, choir. 

McKENZIE, LISA KAY B.S., Accounting; Minor: Communications; 

B.S.U.; Business Club; Chorus. 



McMULLEN, RHET T. . . . 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

B.S., Elementary Education; S.N.E.A.: 

A.S.N. , Nursing; Lamplighters. 

B.S., Physical Education; Minor: Science; 


B.S.N. , Nursing. 

MOFFITT, JENNIFER S B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 

Journalism; Business Club; Chorus; Cardinal & Cream. 

MORRIS, CAROL ANN B.M., Music Education; Minor: Secondary 

Education; Sigma Alpha Iota: pledge class president, best pledge and 
notebook, corresponding secretary, chaplain and sergeant-at-arms, collage 
honor award, yearbook editor; B.S.U.: Majesty; Student Foundation: letter 
writing chairman; Lambda Chi Alpha: Crescent; S.G.A.: senate; Chorus; 
secretary; C.R.V. ; U.U. Singers; Student Activities Council; U.U. Dean's List; 
National Dean's List; Who's Who; Operas: Bertha, Princess Ida: American 
Choral Directors Association. 

MORROW, BOBBIE JEAN .... B.S., Office Administration; Minor: 
Management/Marketing; Business Club. 

NELMS, SUZANNE LEE .... B.A., English; Minor: Religion; B.S.U.; 
B.Y.W.; Zeta Tau Alpha: corresponding secretary; Chorus. 

NICKERSON, CYNTHIA LYNNE .... A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; F.C.A.; 
S.G.A.: Chorus; Lamplighters: secretary, senator. 

NORTH, KATHERINE DURHAM .... A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; 
Lamplighters; Class Offices: secretary; Chorus. 

NOWELL, JANET ANNELL .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Economics/Finance; Chi Omega; Pi Gamma Mu: secretary-treasurer; 
Business Club: vice-president; U.U. Dean's List; National Dean's List; Who's 





PARRISH, MARK TEDFORD .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Psychology; B.S.U.: puppet chairman, on-campus chairman, council, choir. 


B.S., Elementary Education; S.N.E.A. 

PATTERSON, KAREN ANN .... A.S.N., Nursing; Sigma Alpha Iota; ; 
B.Y.W.; U.U. Singers; Lamplighters: vice-president. 

relations chairman; Lamplighters. 

A.S.N., Nursing; Chi Omega: public : 

PENDERGRASS, MARK W B.A., Sociology; Minor: Church i 

Recreation; B.S.U.; Student Foundation; F.C.A.; Tennis. 

PERKINS, DONNA JO .... B.A., Art; Minor: Management/Marketing; 
Kappa Pi; Business Club; Art Guild; U.U. Dean's List. 

PERRIN, SUSAN JOY .... B.S., Office Administration; Minor: Sociology; 
B.S.U.: puppet chairperson; B.Y.W.: social; Chorus. 




A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

. . A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; B.Y.W.; _ 

. . . A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

PRESLEY, J. DARRYL .... B.S., Mathematics/Computer Science; Minor: 
Secondary Education; Honors; Kappa Mu Epsilon; A.C.M.: newsletter 
reporter; U.U. Dean's List. 

PUCKETT, BARRY DELL .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Communications; Zeta Man; F.C.A.; Sigma Alpa Epsilon; Basketball. 




REID, SCOTT ALLEN .... B.S., Chemistry; Minor: Physics; Linguae 
Mundi; Alpha Chi; Science Club: vice-president, president; F.C.A.; U.U. 
Dean's List; National Dean's List; Chemistry Faculty Award. 

RICE, LISA CARMEN B.A., Management/Marketing; Minor: History; 

History Club: president; Chi Omega: assistant pledge trainer, chapter 
correspondent; Student Foundation; Chorus; Business Club; Andrew T. 
"Tip" Taylor Pre-legal Society. 

RICE, SHARRILL ANN B.S., Management/Marketing and Psychology; 

Minor: Sociology; B.S.U.; Andrew T. "Tip" Taylor Pre-legal Society; B.Y.W.; 
Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; Zeta Tau Alpha; Psychology Club; Business Club; 
Who's Who. 

ROBINSON, GREGORY THOMAS .... B.S., Management/Marketing; 
Minor: Physical Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: correspondent, 
secretary/correspondent, warden; Andrew T. "Tip" Taylor Pre-legal Society; 
U.U. Singers; Chorus; Miss Union Pageant: Sound Director. 

ROCK, VALERIE RAE B.S., Management/Marketing and Sociology; 

B.S.U.; Prexy Club; Sociology Club: president; Psychology Club; Business 
Club; Outdoor Sports Club; Pi Gamma Mu: vice-president; Stage Band. 

Science; Minor; Mathematics; B.S.U.: drama, missions; Cheerleader: captain; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Outdoor Sports Club; Cardinal & Cream: dark room 
technician; Lest We Forget: dark room technician. 

keting; Business Club. 

. . B.S., Accounting; Minor: Management/Mar- 

ROSS, BRENDA JANE B.S., Chemistry; Minor: Biology/Mathematics; 

Alpha Chi; representative; Kappa Mu Epsilon; vice-president; Sigma Zeta: 
secretary-treasurer; F.C.A.; Pre-Med Club; Basketball: Best field goal, best 
freethrow, school record for best field goal; U.U. Dean's List; National Dean's 
List; Personalities of America; Who's Who. 

ROSS, JAMES EDMOND A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters: president. 

ROSS, PENNIE KEYMON .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamphghters. 

SWAIM, ALICIA CAROL .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: 
Chemistry; Chi Omega: vice-president; History Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: 
little sister; N.P.C.: president; Panhellenic president; Business Club. 

SWORDS, JACKIE MICHELLE .... A.S.N., Nursing; Minor: Psychology; 
Linguae Mundi: president; Lamplighters; Chorus; Lest We Forget: classes. 

TAYLOR, SONDRA LOUISE .... B.S., Physical Education/Health; Minor: 
Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; Zeta Tau Alpha: recording secretary; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon: little sister; S.N.E.A.; P.E. Club: vice-president, president; 
Tennis: N.A.I. A. Honorable Mention AU-American, All Conference, 
All-District, captain; U.U. Dean's List; National Dean's List; Who's Who. 

THOMAS, REGINALD COPEZ .... B.A., Religion; Minor: 
Sociology/Communications; Ministerial Association: secretary-treasurer; 
History Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Merit of Distinction; Student 
Foundation; S.G.A.: senate, president; Class Offices: president; Chorus; 
Andrew T. "Tip" Taylor Pre-legal Society; Sociology Club; F.C.A.; Prexy 
Club; Campus Favorite. 

TIDWELL, CINDY LYNN .... A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.: nursing home 
ministry chairperson; B.Y.W.; Lamplighters; Drama: A Christmas Carol. 

TILLMAN, MELANIE LEIGH .... A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters. 

TILLMAN, RICKY L B.S., Computer Science; Minor: Accounting; 

A.C.M.; Honors. 

TURNER, CINDY E B.S., Psychology; Minor: Chemistry; Chi Omega; , 

Psychology Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: little sister; Tennis. 


SAMPLES, DAVID JAMES .... B.S., Accounting; Minor: Computer 
Science; B.S.U.: co-chairman off-campus ministry, president; Footlights; 
S.G.A.: senate; Dorm Council; senator; Drama: The Near-Sighted Knight & 
The Far-Sighted Dragon, Androcles & The Lion, The Apple Tree: Resident 
Life Board. 


A.S.N. , Nursing; Lamplighters. 

SMITH, DAVID EARL B.A., Psychology /Religion; Minor: Communica- 
tions; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association; Student Foundation; F.C.A.; C.R.V.; 
Psychology Club. 

SMITH, KERRY DALE .... B.A., Religion; Minor: Greek/History/Philo- 
sophy; B.S.U.; Ministerial Association: secretary-treasurer; Alpha Chi: 
senator; F.C.A.; S.G.A.: Senate; Dorm Council: vice-president; U.U. Dean's 
List; National Dean's List; Who's Who. 

SNIDER, ROSE YVONNE .... B.A., Social Work; Minor: Psychology; 
B.S.U.: publicity chairperson, executive secretary-treasurer, off-campus 
ministries chairperson, drama, backyard Bible club, nursing home ministry, 
jail ministry, choir, council; B.Y.W.: missions action chairperson, missions 
study chairperson, senator, backyard bible club director; Lesf We Forget; 

English; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

B.S., Office Administration; Minor: 

STEINMETZ, JANICE LEIGH .... A.S.N., Nursing; B.S.U.; Sigma Alpha 
Iota; B.Y.W.; H.S.A.; Lamplighter: Torch; Symphonic Band; Chorus. 

affairs representative. 

. A.S.N. , Nursing; Lamplighters: student 

STEVENSON, ROBERT RICHARD .... B.A., Social Work; Minor: Religion 
Education; B.S.U.: backyard bible club; Ministerial Association; Footlights; 
Phi Mu Alpha: historian, vice-president, best pledge; History Club; Alpha 
Psi Omega: president; S.G.A.: senator; Dorm Council: senator; Chorus; 
Drama: Androcles and the Lion, The Good Doctor, The Apple Tree, Ten 
Little Indians, The Wizard of Oz. 

STOCKTON, CHARLOTTE MARIE .... B.S., Chemistry; Minor: 
Secondary Education; Alpha Chi; Chi Omega; Kappa Mu Epsilon: secretary; 
Sigma Zeta; S.T.E.A.; U.U. Dean's List; Who's Who. 


A.S.N., nursing; Lamplighters. 





B.A., Business Administration; Minor: 

WALLACE, WADE .... B.A., Religion/Physical Education; Minor: 
Secondary Education; Ministerial Association. 

WATKINS, JANET LYNNE .... B.A., Management/Marketing; Minor: Art; 
Alpha Tau Omega: little sister, scrapbook chairman; Student Foundation; 
Cheerleader: captain; Outdoors Sports Club; Business Club. 

WATKINS, MARY CHRISTINE .... B.S., Computer Science; Minor: 
Accounting; Alpha Chi; Chi Omega: homecoming chairman, treasurer; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon: little sister, secretary; Cheerleader; Who's Who. 

WATRIDGE, TAMMY RENEE .... B.A., Elementary Education; Minor: 
Special Education; Chi Omega; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: little sister, calendar 
girl; Council of Exceptional Children. 


A.S.N., Nursing; Lamplighters: class 

WEAVER, LISA ANNE .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: Office 
Administration; Chi Omega; Business Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: little sister, 

WILLIAMS, JOHN GREGORY .... B.A., Religion; Minor: Accounting; 
Ministerial Association; Chorus; C.R.V. 

WILSON, SANDRA LEE .... B.S., Accounting; Minor: Computer Science; 
B.S.U.; A.C.M.: vice-president; Business Club. 

WORD, SAMUEL LANCE .... B.M., Sacred Music; Minor: Church 
Recreation; B.S.U.: music chairman; Phi Mu Alpha: chaplain, president; 
Student Foundation: chairman of speakers; Dorm Council: vice-president, 
president; Lest We Forget; Chorus; Resident Life Board. 

YARBROUGH, TAMMY NOWLIN .... B.S., Biology; Minor: Secondary 
Education; Alpha Chi: vice-president; Science Club; U.U. Dean's List; 
National Dean's List; Who's Who. 

YOUNGER, LANA .... B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: Journalism; 
Zeta Tau Alpha: social, scholastic president; Student Foundation; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon: little sister; Panhellenic Council; Sigma Tau Delta; Business 
Club; Cardinal & Cream. 

ZEAK, JULIE ANNE B.S., Management/Marketing; Minor: Accounting; 

Chi Omega: pledge class vice-president; Busines? Club; Sigma Alpha Epsilon: 
little sister; Andrew T. "Tip" Taylor Pre-legal Society; S.G.A.: senate; Dorm 
Council; Cardinal & Cream. 

After The Race 

With age comes 


recycled in 

album covers 

and cola cans, 

stashed away in 

corners of 

dorm rooms 

and recorded on 

computer print-out 

What matters now 

is that we've 

run the race, and 

the quest for gold is 

visualized in 

class rings 

and on pieces of 

paper stamped 

with the college 

seal — 

we have learned, 

we have grown . . . 

And our lives have 

become not just 

another day 
marked on our 

meal tickets, 

but another step 

closer to 

knowning who we are, 

why we are, 

and where we are 


— Orlandus Moss, Jr. 

Alma Mater 

O Alma Mater, our affections 

cling to thee. 

Faithful and loyal may we 

ever be 

May our Master's watch-care 

O'er us one and all extend, 

Till again in Union 
Heart and voice we blend. 

Union, dearest Union, 

Yes, we'll sing thy spreading 


Union, dearest Union, 

Honored be thy name. 

Dear Alma Mater, hear thy off- 
spring's plighted vow! 
Firmer and truer may we be 
than now. 
Memory fondly lingers. 
Calling back departed days: 
Every task grown lighter 
As we sing thy praise. 

Union, dearest Union, 

Yes, we'll sing thy spreading 


Union, dearest Union, 

Honored be thy name. 


Junior Class Officers, Emily Garrett, president; Sandy Yopp, vice president; Sherry Patterson, secretary; Randy Bishop, treasurer. 

Aaron, Sheila, Byrdstown, Tn. 

Agee, Robin, Shawnee, Ok. 

Alexander, Denise, McKenzie, Tn. 

Allen, Charles, Church Hill, Tn. 

Anderson, Beketa, Memphis, Tn. 

Anderson, Karen, Metropolis, II. 

Atkeison, Edwin, Somerville, Tn, 
Bacon, Edwin, Bartlett, Tn. 
Bacon, Karen, Bartlett, Tn. 

Bailey, Mitzi, Jackson, Tn. 

Baird, Mark, Acworth, Ga. 
Baker, David, Houston, Tx. 

Baker, Joe, Parsons, Tn. 

Baker, Tracy, JVew Johnsonville, Tn. 

Balas, Lory, Grand Chain, II. 

Barron, Eric, Brighton, Tn. 

Bishop, Randy, Middleton, Tn. 

Black, Deena, Jackson, Tn. 

Booth, Stephanie, Humboldt, Tn. 

Boyle, Janna, Advance, N.C. 

Braden, Kerry, Memphis, Tn. 

Breeden, Patty, Atwood, Tn. 

Bridges, Kim, White Pine, Tn. 

Brown, Doug, Jackson, Tn. 

Brown, Douglas F., Jasper, Al. 

Bushart, Larry, Cedar Grove, Tn. 

Butler, Larry, Ramer, Tn. 

Butler, Sheila, Humboldt, Tn. 

Castellaw, Tammy, Crockett Mills, Tn. 

Christie, Frank, Humboldt, Tn. 

Clark, Maleaa, Jackson, Tn. 
Clayton, Lorie, Southaven, Miss. 
Clement, Jennifer B., Big Sandy, Tn. 
Climer, Joseph, Humboldt, Tn. 
Coady, Joel, Luray, Tn. 
Cobb, Robin, Bells, Tn. 

Cole, Stephanie, Goshen, N.Y. 
Coleman, Denise, Waverly, Tn. 
Colvin, Richard P., Jacksonville, Fl. 
Craig, Chris, Humboldt, Tn. 
Crook, Richard W., Lexington, Tn. 
Daniel, Kelly, Whiteville, Tn. 

Davis, Roger, Lebanon, Tn. 
Day, Brian, Clarksville, Tn. 
Doddridge, Dusty, Memphis, Tn. 
Douglass, Janice M., Huntingdon, Tn. 
Droke, Michelle, Jackson, Tn. 
DuVall, Mark, Murfreesboro, Tn. 

Dwyer, Shannon, Beavercreek, Ohio 
Dyer, Don, Jackson, Tn. 
Dyer, Marty, Jackson, Tn. 
Edmonson, James D., Jackson, Tn. 
Elliott, Jean, Bethel Springs, Tn. 
Elmore, Leanne, New Johnsonville, Tn. 

Fenimore, Randle, Henderson, Tn. 
Flowers, Sandra, Troy, Tn. 
Fowler, Charles, Corinth, Miss. 
Frazier, Charles Ray, Greenbrier, Tn. 
Freeman, Kent, Tupelo, Miss. 
Fry, Tony, Camden, Tn. 

Garrett, Emily, Parsons, Tn. 
Gee, Tracye Anne, Jackson, Tn. 
Gerrell, Carlton, Brownsville, Tn. 
GiU, Mary, Beech Bluff, Tn. 
Gofoe, Larry, Jackson, Tn. 
Graskewicz, Kerry, Pinckneyville, III. 


Greer, Bonnie, Jackson, Tn. 

Gregory, Angie, Millington, Tn. 

Hainsworth, Susan, Jackson, Tn. 

Hale, Denise, Milan, Tn. 

Hale, Patsy, Tiptonville, Tn. 

Hammons, Melissa, Bolivar, Tn. 

Haynie, Pam, Memphis, Tn. 
Haynie, Pat, Memphis, Tn. 
Hays, David, Jackson, Tn. 

Hazelgrove, Pam, Bolivar, Tn. 

Hay, Dell, Medina, Tn. 

Henderson, Patricia, Arbyrd, Mo. 

Hendrix, Randal, Camden, Tn. 

Henson, Ronald, Golden, Miss. 

Hight, Lisa, Mt. Juliet, Tn. 

HoUoway, Mike, Obion, Tn. 

Holtgrewe, Mary, Jackson, Tn. 

Hoyle, Leona, Jackson, Tn. 

Hunt, Randy, Steele, Mo. 

Jaggers, Cindy, Ramer, Tn. 

Johnson, Cheryl, Jackson, Tn. 

Johnson, Deborah, Paducah, Ky. 
Johnson, Mike, Bruceton, Tn. 
Johnson, Kim, Henderson, Tn. 

Johnson, Tony, Henderson, Tn. 

Jones, Fondra, Cleveland, Tn. 

Jowers, Leslie Dean, Humboldt, Tn. 


Keeton, Suzanne, Decaturville, Tn. 
King, Lisa D., Medon, Tn. 
Kirk, Tina, Bolivar, Tn. 

Kirk, Teresa H., Bolivar, Tn. 

Locke, Marvin Thomas, Franklin, Tn. 

Long, Melissa E., Memphis, Tn. 

Longworth, John E. Jr., Memphis, Tn. 
Love, Renate, Savannah, Tn. 
Lowe, Gail, Bolivar, Tn. 

Lowry, Sherra, Nashville, Tn. 
Luckey, Beth, Humboldt, Tn. 
Lynch, Debbie, Selmer, Tn. 

Lynch, Shane, Camden, Tn. 
Maness, Sherri L., Huron, Tn. 
Martindale, Cathy, Dyersburg, Tn. 

May, Suzie, Brownsville, Tn. 
Mayo, Celeste, Jackson, Tn. 
McArthur, Sherry Ann, Friendship, Tn. 

McBride, Deborah, Pinson, Tn. 
McCullough, John R., Troy, Tn. 
McDonald, Kim, Mayfield, Ky. 

McDonald, Susan, Jackson, Tn. 
McKelvie, Michael, Memphis, Tn. 
McKenzie, John, Jackson, Tn. 

McKinney, Barry W., Jackson, Tn. 
McMuUen, Rhet, Memphis, Tn. 
Metcalf, Mitchell, Harrisberg, II. 

Montgomery, Teresa, Scotts Hill, Tn. 
Morgan, Wanda Suzanne, Union City, Tn. 

Mosby, N. Denise, Jackson, Tn. 
Murchison, Lance, Pinson, Tn. 

Murray, Luanne, Jackson, Tn. 

Naylor, Suzanne, Brownsville, Tn. 

Nelson, Karla, Mt. Juliet, Tn. 

Newman, Sam, Henderson, Ky. 

Noss, Patrick L., Paducah, Ky. 

Olexa, Mike, Jackson, Tn. 

Osborne, Jodi, New Johnsonville, Tn. 

Owen, Rose, Henry, Tn. 

Parker, Mike, Jackson, Tn. 

Parlow, David, Alamo, Tn. 

Partin, Jackie, Humbolt, Tn. 

Petty, Rusty, Troy, Tn. 

Powers, Terry, Jackson, Tn. 

Presley, Cindy, Brownsville, Tn. 

Quarles, Pat, Memphis, Tn. 

Raines, Leigh, Memphis, Tn. 

Rauchle, Steve, Milan, Tn. 

Ray, Edward Neal Jr., CoUierville, Tn. 

Renfro, Renee M., Jackson, Tn. 

Ridley, Michele, Linden, Tn. 

Riggs, Sandy, Jackson, Tn. 

Rinehart, Randy, Memphis, Tn. 

Rix, Beth, Marion, 111. 

Robbins, Leanne, Bethel Springs, Tn. 

Robinson, Steve, Dyer, Tn. 

Rogers, Marilyn, Jackson, Tn. 

Rogers, Tammy, Goodlettsville, Tn. 

Roser, Chris, Savannah, Tn. 

Rutherford, Kenneth Alan, Memphis, Tn. 

Schroer, Holly, Jackson, Tn. 

Sellars, Rodney, Henderson, Tn. 
Shelly, Lynette, Dyersburg, Tn. 

Shelton, Sabrina, Bethel Springs, Tn. 

Sherrill, Cindy K., Henderson, Tn. 
Siler, Ted, Henderson, Tn. 
Simmons, Lee S., Jackson, Tn. 

Simmons, Teresa, Dyersburg, Tn. 
Skelley, Celia, Jackson, Tn. 
Skelton, Cindy, Somerville, Tn. 

Smith, Renee, Jackson, Tn. 
Staples, Sherry, Jackson, Tn. 
Stephens, Pamela, Rutherford, Tn. 
Stephenson, Mary Ann, Jackson, Tn. 
Stubblefield, J. Martin, Frankfort, Ky. 
Sutton, Sharon, Tupa, Brazil 

Swope, Piper, Jackson, Tn. 
Taylor, G. Michelle, Brownsville, Tn. 
Taylor, Kathy, Sommerville, Tn. 
Tharp, Patricia Joyce, Humboldt, Tn. 
Thomas, Hank, Holly Springs, Miss. 
Thompson, Jeany Byth, Jackson, Tn. 

Tilleros, Ellen, Jackson, Tn. 
Treadway, Adrian, Germantown, Tn. 
Twitchell, Lorrie, Morristown, Tn. 
Tyus, Debora, Stanton, Tn. 
Underwood, Doug, Henderson, Tn. 
Vales, Deborah Kaye, Maury City, Tn. 

Vincent, Patricia, Bolivar, Tn. 
Wakefield, Tim, Jackson, Tn. 
Ward, Eric, Jackson, Tn. 
Ward, Janice Marie, Jackson, Tn. 
Warner, Tommy, Bolivar, Tn. 
Watkins, Greg, Tulsa, Ok. 

Watkins, Janet, West Memphis, Ark. 
Webb, Brady, Shelbyville, Ky. 
Weir, Kris, Jackson, Tn. 
White, David, Lexington, Tn. 
Wilder, Steve, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Williams, Chris, Selmer, Tn. 

Williams, Lana, Gadsden, Tn. 
Williams, Lisa Ann, Jackson, Tn. 
Wilson, Leigh, Memphis, Tn. 

Wuerpel, Carla C, Jackson, Tn. 
Yates, Melony, Parsons, Tn. 
Yopp, Sandy, Middleton, Tn. 


Sophomore Class Officers, Tim Meadows, president; Sandra Skinner, vice president; Grace Cosmiano, secretary; and Nancy Atkeison, treasurer. 

Adalberth, Gunnar, Covington, Tn. 

Adams, Monica, Atwood, Tn. 

Adams, Paul, Nashville, Tn. 

Adams, Sherri, Toledo, Ohio 

Akers, Rebecca, Humboldt, Tn. 

Alexander, Donna, Adamsville, Tn. 

Alexander, Michelle, Littleton, Co. 

AHord, John Michael, Dyer, Tn. 

Allbritten, Melanie, Nashville, Tn. 

Allison, Greg, Jackson, Tn. 

Arthur, Ronald, Ripley, Tn. 

Atkeison, Nancy K., Somerville, Tn. 

Baggett, Geoff, Brownsville, Tn. 

Bailey, Rita, Jackson, Tn. 

Bain, Carla Lynn, Jackson, Tn. 

Baird, Susan, Brownsville, Tn. 

Baker, Timothy L., Jackson, Tn. 

Barham, David, Memphis, Tn. 

Barnes, Doima, Jackson, Ti. 

Bates, Donna, Parsons, Tn. 

BedweU, Mark A., Lexington, Tn. 

Benson, Jane M., Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Berlin, Beth, Memphis, Tn. 

Biggs, Renee, Jackson, Tn. 

Bilderback, Kelly, Sweetwater, Tn. 

Bobbitt, Caroline, Jackson, Tn. 

Bonds, Linda, Memphis, Tn. 

Boroughs, Charles, Decaturville, Tn. 

Bowman, Chris, Lexington, Tn. 

Brewer, PhiUip D., Dyer, Tn. 

Britt, Karen, Memphis, Tn. 
Brookshaw, Stephanie, Memphis, 7 
Brown, Steve, Milan, Tn. 
Brummett, Floyd, Brownsville, Tn. 
Bryant, Lisa, Milan, Tn. 
Buck, Lila, Memphis, Tn. 

Burns, Kevin, Waynesboro, Tn. 
Burton, Stanley, Jackson, Tn. 
Cagle, Jeff, Jackson, Tn. 
Cain, Christy, Jackson, Tn. 
Cantrell, Carla, Jackson, Tn. 
Carlton, Tammy, Jackson, Tn. 

Carroll, Donna, Jackson, Tn. 
Cain, Jenny, Jackson, Tn. 
Campbell, Chris, Jacks Creek, Tn. 
Campbell, Kim, Brownsville, Tn. 
Cannon, Teri, Huntington, Tn. 
Carter, Jerry, Millington, Tn. 

Chalmers, Susan, Ringgold, Ga. 
Clark, Lisa, Jackson, Tn. 
Clark, Wendy, Baitlett, Tn. 
Cleek, Vanessa, Toone, Tn. 
Cochran, Penny, McEwen, Tn. 
Coleman, Rhonda, Memphis, Tn. 

Collins, Lisa, Camden, Tn. 
Copeland, Jeff, Henderson, Tn. 
Corbitt, Mary Anne, Jackson, Tn. 
Cordon, Cherie, Memphis, Tn. 
Cornelius, Nell, Shiloh, Tn. 
Cosmiano, Grace, Bolivar, Tn. 

Cotten, Chris, Germantown, Tn. 
Cox, Sharon, Smyrna, Tn. 
Crawley, Debra, Decaturville, Tn. 
Cupples, Tommy, Brownsville, Tn. 
Davis, Benny, Memphis, Tn. 
Davis, David, Millington, Tn. 

Davis, Robert T., Jr., Toone, Tn. 
Dean, Mindy, Germantown, Tn. 
DeGroot, Todd, Pekin, 111. 
Dehn, Tobey, Jackson, Tn. 
DeLoach, Dana, Ripley, Tn. 
Denton, Margarette, Bolivar, Tn. 

Duck, Suzanne, Jackson, Tn. 

Duffey, Jonathan M., Big Sandy, Tn. 

Duren, Laura Lee, Adamsville, Tn. 

Earp, Lori, Bells, Tn. 

Ebersold, Amanda, Memphis, Tn. 

Echols, Theda G., Dyer, Tn. 

Elam, Katherine, Jackson, Tn. 

Elmore, Kristi Ann, Halls, Tn. 

Essary, Dirk W., Crown Point, Ind. 

Evans, Daniel R., Springfield, Tn. 

Farmer, Robert Lee, Trenton, Tn. 

Flowers, Cathy, Darden, Tn. 

Forderhase, Timothy D., Jackson, Tn. 

Fowler, Scott, Memphis, Tn. 

Fowler, Sherri, Jackson, Tn. 

Frazier, Lisa, Savannah, Tn. 

Gay, Drew, Ripley, Tn. 

Gay, Beth, Ripley, Tn. 


Gee, Wanda, Hornsby, Tn. 

Gill, Randall, Beech Bluff, Tn. 

Glisson, Robin, Dyer, Tn. 

Gobbell, Carol Anne, Jackson, Tn. 

Goodman, Angel L., Lexington, Tn. 

Graham, Jackie, Linden, Tn. 

Grantham, Patrice, Bolivar, Tn. 

Graves, Chris, Red Boiling Springs, Tn. 

Graves, Robert W., Dyer, Tn. 

Greene, Sheila, Lexington, Tn. 

Gremore, Kimberly S., Memphis, Tn. 

Grey, W. Mark, Whiteville, Tn. 

Grooms, Denise, Saltillo, Tn. 
Hamilton, Chris, Memphis, Tn. 
Hammett, Beth, Henderson, Tn. 
Harris, James, Memphis, Tn. 
Haydock, Lisa, Tupelo, Miss. 
Hensley, Rob, Memphis, Tn. 

Harrell, Forrest, Millington, Tn. 

Herron, Roger, Ripley, Tn. 

Holaday, Jan, New Hope, Ala. 

Holcombe, Fred, Lee Acres, Miss. 

Hopper, Scott, Brownsville, Tn. 

Hubbard, Vikki, Morris Chapel, Tn. 

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Hudson, Beth, Henderson, Tn. 
Humphreys, Elizabeth, Humboldt, Tn. 
Hunter, Chris, Memphis, Tn. 
Hutchison, Connie, Ripley, Tn. 
Inman, Donna, Jackson, Tn. 
Isbell, Crystie Faye, Union City, Tn. 

Isbell, Dave, Union City, Tn. 
Jackson, John, Memphis, Tn. 
Jacobs, Jerry, Grand Junction, Tn. 
Jeter, Elishia Jane, Bolivar, Tn. 
Jones, Jennifer Anne, Memphis, Tn. 
Jones, Julie, Pinckneyville, 111. 

Kellough, Karen, Henderson, Ky. 

Kerby, Trish, Halls, Tn. 

Kinsey, Tina, Jackson, Tn. 

King, Don, Jackson, Tn. 

Kite, Ken, Jackson, Tn. 

Kirk, Dana Lynn, Henderson, Tn. 

Knight, Ginny, Memphis, Tn. 
Knott, Kim, Huntington, Tn. 
Koonce, Tamara Dawn, Bells, Tn. 
Laman, Bryan, Alamo, Tn. 
Laman, Janna Lashanne, Alamo, Tn. 
Lambert, David, Tiptonville, Tn. 

Layman, Kellie, Jackson, Tn. 
Lehr, Sandra, Mt. Clemens, Mich. 
Lewis, Debra Lynn, Beech Bluff, Tn. 
Lewis, Rose Marie, Collierville, Tn. 
Lewis, Susan E., Humboldt, Tn. 
Liddy, Terri, Stantonville, Tn. 

Long, Jennifer, Memphis, Tn. 
Long, Wendy, Counce, Tn. 
Looney, Jeff, Lexington, Tn. 
Lowe, Theresa, Bolivar, Tn. 
MacArthur, Jim, Stantonville, Tn. 
McAfee, Paula, Selmer, Tn. 

Mcllwain, Sharon, Lawrenceburg, Tn. 
Maners, Barbara Keel, Jackson, Tn. 
Manier, Jennifer L., Cookeville, Tn. 
Marable, Mary, Memphis, Tn. 
Maroney, Steve, Jackson, Tn. 
Mason, Jamil, Tupelo, Miss. 

Mattocks, Keith, Munford, Tn. 

Maxey, Donald Ray, Jackson, Tn. 

Maxie, Ida Marie, Jackson, Tn. 

McBroom, Robert, Halls, Tn. 

McCommon, John, Jackson, Tn. 

Meadows, Tim, Newbein, Tn. 

Melendez, Randy, Martin, Tn. 

Milton, Rhonda, Brownsville, Tn. 

Miller, Melanie C, Maiden, Mo. 

Milligan, Steve, Michie, Tn. 

Moore, Sheryl, Southaven, Miss. 

Morris, Deniece, Nashville, Tn. 

Morgan, Jeff, Union City, Tn. 

Napier, DeLane, Union City, Tn. 

Nix, Kenneth Don, Adamsville, Tn. 

Norton, Brian, Kenton, Tn. 

Oakley, Sheera, Pekin, 111. 

Ozier, Valerie, Jackson, Tn. 

Pack, Stuart E., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Pack, Suzanne F., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Pearce, Melanie, Whiteville, Tn. 

Pelletier, Mike, Bartlett, Tn. 

Perkins, Dianne, Memphis, Tn. 

Perkins, Karen, Bruceton, Tn. 

Pickard, Marianne, Milan, Tn. 

Pilant, Steve, Brownsville, Tn. 

Pipkin, Kim, Dyer, Tn. 

Pigue, Bruce, Alamo, Tn. 

Phillips, Greg, Peoria, 111 

Poston, Judy Lynn, Alamo, Tn. 

Powell, Teresa, Crockett Mills, Tn 

Powers, Ricky Jay, Cecilia, Ky. 

Poyner, Bill, Dexter, Mo. 

Pruitt, Jenny, Henderson, Ky. 

Pugh, Gwendolyn, Bolivar, Tn 

Ragland, Gwendolyn, Jackson, Tn 

Ray, Eddie, RiVes, Tn. 

Reed, Cathy, Chaffee, Mo. 

Richardson, Randy, Rutherford, Tn. 

Roaten, Lois Ann, Brownsville, Tn. 

Roe, Brenda, Bemis, Tn. 

Rorie, Patrick, Honolulu, Hawaii 

Ross, Laurie, St. Louis, Mo. 
Sanders, George, Humboldt, Tn. 

Sanders, Richard, Humboldt, Tn. 
Sanders, Victoria, Memphis, Tn. 

Schwartz, Michael, Jackson, Tn. 

Sellers, Kelly, Jackson, Tn. 

Seymour, William Anthony, Savannah, Tn. 

Shaw, Joyce, Bolivar, Tn. 

Shaw, Tracey, Ridgely, Tn. 

Sheppard, Stacey, Memphis, Tn. 

Sims, Wilda, Jackson, Tn. 
Skelton, Dianne, Crockett Mills, Tn. 
Skinner, Robert M., Pinson, Tn. 
Smith, Alisa, Cooter, Mo. 
Smith, Carol Anne, Medina, Tn. 
Smith, Jeff, Milan, Tn. 

Smith, Jennifer, Jackson, Tn. 
Smith, Steve, Jasper, Ala. 
Sowell, Janice W,, Jackson, Tn. 
Stafford, Maxie Faye, Jackson, Tn. 
Stanley, Kimberly, Jackson, Tn. 
Stephens, Stephanie, Union City, Tn. 

Stewart, Melanye, Olive Branch, Miss. 
Stiles, Beth, Covington, Tn. 
Stone, Scott, Benton, Ky. 
Studards, Cathy, Medina, Tn. 
Suggs, Kimberly K., Pinson, Tn. 
Swearingen, Rhonda, Hollow Rock, Tn. 

Taylor, Karen Moore, Jackson, Tn. 
Thagard, Neil, Asheville, NC. 
Trout, Michele, Memphis, Tn. 
Tutor, Mark G., Memphis, Tn. 
Uttz, Steve, Covington, Tn. 
Varnick, Michelle, Jackson, Tn. 

Walker, Ann, Humboldt, Tn. 
Walker, Cynthia, Medina, Tn. 
Ward, Grant H., Jackson, Tn. 
Warren, Patricia, Selmer, Tn. 
Watts, Doug, Bells, Tn. 
Weaver, George, Jackson, Tn. 

Welch, Beverly, McKenzie, Tn. 
Wells, Lisa, Finger, Tn. 
West, Debbie, West Memphis, Ark. 
Westbrook, Joretta, Henderson, Tn. 
Westfall, Karen, Jackson, Tn. 
White, Sheila Sante, Jackson, Tn. 

Williams, Andy, Gideon, Mo. 
Williams, David, Brownsville, Tn. 
Williams, Mary, Memphis, Tn. 
Wilson, Jeffrey S., Dixon, Ky. 
Wilson, Krista, Lexington, Tn. 
Woods, Tonjua, Lexington, Tn. 

Wright, Kevin Scott, Jackson, Tn. 
Wright, Regina, Camden, Tn. 
Yarbrough, Carla, Hickory Valley, Tn. 
Young, Cindy, Cedar Grove, Tn. 


Freshmen Class Officers, Terrance Thomas, president; Kam Otey, vice president; Becky Ray, secretary; Butch Powers, treasurer. 

Adams, Wayne, Trenton, Tn. 

Akers, Mehssa, Brentwood, Tn. 

Akin, Andrew J., Germantown, Tn. 

Alderson, Ginger L., Big Sandy, Tn. 

Alderson, Julie, Big Sandy, Tn. 

Allen, Jennifer, Troy, Tn. 

Allen, Michelle, Memphis, Tn. 

Anderson, Cathy A., Memphis, Tn. 

Anderson, Susan, Metropolis, 111. 

Angel, Melinda June, Hornbeak, Tn. 

Argo, Amy, Jackson, Tn. 

Armstrong, Gladys, Henderson, Tn. 

Atchley, Frederick, Richmond, Va. 

Austin, Pat, Memphis, Tn. 

Avery, Carol, Halls, Tn. 

Bailey, Cheri S., Lexington, Tn. 

Bailey, Jeff, West Memphis, Ark. 

Bailey, Laura, Nashville, Tn. 

Bain, Marsha Lynn, Henderson, Tn. 

Baldridge, Robin, Rives, Tn. 

Bass, Robbie, Hendersonville, Tn. 

Beasley, Darryl, Jackson, Tn. 

Berry, Leah Sharon, Big Sandy, Tn. 

Betts, Deborah L., Jackson, Tn. 

Bevis, Kenneth, Jackson, Tn. 

Billings, Beth, Arlington, Tn. 

Bivens, Amy, Greenfield, Tn. 

Black, Angelia, Bolivar, Tn. 

Black, Robert A., Bolivar, Tn. 

Blackstock, Tim, Lexington, Tn. 

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Blackwell. Jay. Jackson, Tn, 
Blair, Jeffrey S., Pinckneyville, HI. 
Blalock, Leslie, Brighton, Tn. 
Blancett, Rena, Medina, Tn. 
Bland, Barry Gregg, Milan, Tn. 
Blankenahip, Carolyn, Lexington, Tn. 

Booker, Becky, Brownsville, Tn. 

Boroughs, Shirley, Lexington, Tn. 

Boroughs, Shirley Darlene, Decaturville, Tn. 

Braden, Kim, Henry, Tn. 

Bradley, Kasey, Maiden, Mo. 

Breeden, Mary Beth, New Johnsonville, Tn. 

Cleek, Stephanie, Medon, Tn. 
Claus, Julie Beth, Paducah, Ky. 
Clark, Kelly, Manford, Tn. 
Church, Amy, Columbia, Tn. 
Cherry, Cynthia, Obion, Tn. 
Champagne, April, Atoka, Tn. 

Brewer, Donna Beth, Union City, Tn. 

Brewer, Pamela, Camden, Tn. 

Brewer, Russell Lee, Decaturville, Tn. 

Brown, Cindy, Paris, Tn. 

Buchanan, Catherine L., Bethel Springs, Tn. 

Bugg, Traci, Clinton, Ky. 

Bullock, Trent, Gleason, Tn. 
Burchette, James Coy, Ft. Wayne, In. 
Burns, Kim, Pinellas Park, Fl. 
Burton, Paula, Lexington, Tn. 
Busby, Sherri Leigh, Mason, Tn. 
Butler, Charles, Jackson, Tn. 

Campbell, Karen, Trenton, Tn. 
Campbell, Lisa, Wildersville, Tn. 
Camplin, Tonya, South Charles, Ky. 
Carroll, Melissa Lee, Jackson, Tn. 
Caviness, Amanda Dawn, Ripley, Tn. 
Chambers, Michelle, Moscow, Tn. 

Clifton, Barbara, Huntingdon, Tn. 

Cochran, Dana Marie, Jackson, Tn. 

Coleman, Tami L., Milan, Tn. 

Coley, Tabitha Carol, Memphis, Tn. 
CoUomp, Delana, Camden, Tn. 
Como, Toni A., Brighton, Tn. 

Cooksey, Debbie, Jackson, Tn. 

Cooper, Kevin, Corbin, Ky. 

Cooper, Robin, Camden, Tn. 

Corley, Tim, Jackson, Tn. 

Cornett, Michele M., Camden, Tn. 

Cossar, Dell Ann, Hornsby, Tn. 

Cothran, Peggy Charlene, Moscow, Tn. 

Cowell, Paschalis B., Camden, Tn. 

Craig, Carey, Humboldt, Tn. 

Crawford, Brenda, Memphis, Tn. 
Crocker, David Michael, McLemoresville, Tn. 

Crocker, Davy, Milan, Tn. 

Cummings, Sharon, Savannah, Tn. 

Dame, G. Alan, Chaffee, Mo. 

Davie, Susan R., Memphis, Tn. 

Davis, Gina, Trenton, Tn. 

Davis, Penny Breedlove, Alamo, Tn. 

Deal, William Christopher, Memphis, Tn. 

Dellinger, Trina, Bolivar, Tn. 

Denning, Dale, Bradford, Tn. 

Dennis, Nancy Elizabeth, Columbia, Tn. 




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Dismuke, Amy Leanne, Sylvania, Ohio 
Duke, Karen, Germantown, Tn. 

Dunham, Susan, Memphis, Tn. 
Dyer, Susan M., Lexington, Tn. 
Eddings, Kirsten, Dexter, Mo. 

Ellison, Heidi, Humboldt, Tn. 
Ellison, Kathy, Linden, Tn, 
Elrod, Karen, Covington, Tn. 

Englert, Bob, Humboldt, Tn. 
Engstrand, Gregory A., Batesville, Aik. 
Evans, Leigh Anne, Paris, Tn. 

Faulkner, Debra, Jackson, Tn. 
Fesmire, Renee R., Scotts Hill, Tn. 
Fesmire, Ross, Scotts Hill, Tn. 

Finley, Lori, Memphis, Tn. 
Fisher, Teresa, Lexington, Tn. 
Fitzhugh, Eugene, Whiteville, Tn. 

Fly, Chuck, Franklin, Tn. 
Forsythe, Holly, Millington, Tn. 
Fowler, Melissa, Beach Bluff, Tn. 

Freeland, Holly, Memphis, Tn. 
Funderburk, Phillip, Lavina, Tn. 
Gilley, Norma, Oakfield, Tn. 

Gilliland, Jane, Gates, Tn. 
Gilliland, June, Gates, Tn. 
Glover, Daniel, Brighton, Tn. 

Glover, Frank, Colombus, Ga. 

Glover, Greg, Hohenwald, Tn. 

Graddy, Nancy, Memphis, Tn. 

Graham, Lena, Linden, Tn. 

Grant, Kecia, Memphis, Tn. 

Greer, Mary, Somerville, Tn. 

Greer, Teresa, Germantown, Tn. 

Griggs, Chris, Atoka, Tn. 

Groom, Lana, Linden, Tn. 

Gwaltney, Laurie Shannon, Troy, Tn. 

Hall, Amy, Wilmington, Tn. 

Hamilton, Vernie Jay, Cuba, Mo. 

Hanks, Jackie, Hickman, Ky. 

Harbert, Kenneth, Brownsville, Tn. 

Hardeman, Mary Ann, Grand Jw.ction, Tn. 

Harmon, Robin Elaine, Henning, Tn. 

Harmon, Ronald, Memphis, Tn. 

Harris, Jacqueline, Moscow, Tn. 


Harris, Rhonda, Medina, Tn. 

Harris, Teresa, Huntingdon, Tn. 

Hart, Charlotte, Cedar Grove, Tn. 

Hemby, Mary E., Finger, Tn. 

Henderson, Rita, Memphis, Tn. 

Hendrix, MeUssa, Louisville, Ky. 

Hennings, Hilda, Humboldt, Tn. 

Henson, Julie M., Memphis, Tn. 

Hertlein, Stephanie, Paducah, Ky. 

Heyen, Michael L., Petersburg, 111. 

Hickman, Tanner, Germantown, Tn. 

Hicks, Jennifer L., Jackson, Tn. 

Holland, Julie, Memphis, Tn. 

Hollingsworth, Don S., Memphis, Tn. 

Hollis, Sterling, Hendersonville, Tn. 

Hopper, Susan, Saltillo, Tn. 

House, Paula, Huntingdon, Tn. 

House, Sandy Lynn, Newbern, Tn. 

Houston, Lisa, Jackson, Tn. 
Howard, Stevie, Milan, Tn. 
Hughes, Mark, Corinth, Ms. 
Hunter, Joseph, Jackson, Tn. 
Hunt, Laura, Anderson, Cal. 
Ivy, Emily, Decaturville, Tn. 

Jackson, Julia Ann, Bartlett, Tn. 
Jackson, Neal, Columbia, Tn. 
Jackson, Robert, Gates, Tn. 
Jackson, Steven, Jackson, Tn. 
Jaeger, Jean, Jackson, Tn. 
James, Rebecca, Wildersville, Tn. 

Jarvis, Mayon, Paducah, Ky. 
Jeter, Hope A., Memphis, Tn. 
Jewell, Charlotte, Holly Springs, Ms. 
Jimmerson, Jacqueline, Toone, Tn. 
Johanson, Jane, Germantown, Tn. 
Johnson, Nancy, Medina, Tn. 

Jones, Allen, Humboldt, Tn. 

Jones, Cynthia, Toone, Tn. 

Jones, David, McCrory, Ark. 

Jones, Deena M., Bethel Springs, Tn. 

Jones, Jeff, Memphis, Tn. 

Jones, Tony, Olive Branch, Ms. 


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Kelley, Gina, Memphis, Tn. 
Kenner, Ruthie, Jackson, Tn. 
Kent, Michelle, Mt. Juliet, Tn. 
Ketchum, Terri, Southaven, Ms. 
King, Keith, Murfreesboro, Tn. 

King, Pam, Murfreesboro, Tn. 
King, Royce, Jackson, Tn. 
Kirk, Donnette, Linden, Tn. 
Kirkpatrick, Kevin, Batesville, Ark. 
Kolb, Lynn, Big Sandy, Tn. 
Kovac, Caryn, Findlay, Ohio 

Kwasigroh, Pete, Humboldt, Tn. 
Lambert, Kim, Jackson, Tn. 
Langlimais, Larry, Finger, Tn. 
Lape, Karen, Memphis, Tn. 
Latham, James, Jackson, Tn. 
Laudermilk, Sylvia, Atwood, Tn. 

Leach, Taleah, Bradford, Tn. 
Lessenberry, Camilla, Jackson, Tn. 
Lewis, Susan, Nashville, Tn. 
Littlefield, Lanetta, Adamsville, Tn. 
Loften, James, Middleton, Tn. 
Logeman, Michele, Metropolis, 111. 

Loines, Lisa, Bartlett, Tn. 
Long, Tina, Brownsville, Tn. 

Lyons, Brenda, Bartlett, Tn. 
Maas, Shelia, Dyersburg, Tn. 

Maness, Shonda Lea, Lexington, Tn. 

Mailin, David, Dyersburg, Tn. 

Martin, Angela, Reagan, Tn. 

Martin, Richard, Reagan, Tn. 

Martin, Sandra Elizabeth, Stantonville, Tn. 

Martin, Spencer, Bartlett, Tn. 

Martindale, Jennifer, Dyersburg, Tn. 

Mason, Debra C, Brownsville, Tn. 

May, Stephen D., Norman, Okla. 

McKnight, Helen, Humboldt, Tn. 

McLemore, Andrew, Dyersburg, Tn. 

McLeary, Frankie, Jackson, Tn. 

McNabb, Donna, Trenton, Tn. 

Mealer, Lisa, Maury City, Tn. 

Mecklin, Brent T., Atoka, Tn. 

Medlin, Cindy, Camden, Tn. 

Medliii, Katherine, Henderson, Tn. 

Merrill, Sheri, Memphis, Tn. 

Mertz, Tammie, Huntingdon, Tn. 

Mitchum, Kimberly, Jackson, Tn. 

Montgomery, Sheila, Bethel Springs, Tn. 

Montgomery, Timothy, Jackson, Tn. 

Moore, Melinda, McKenzie, Tn. 

Moore, Rebecca, Calvert, Ky. 

Moore, Ronda, Gadsden, Tn. 

Morgan, Donna, Jackson, Tn. 

Morgan, Marie, Ellendale, Tn. 

Morris, Deanna, Gleason, Tn. 

Morris, Sandi, Saltillo, Tn. 

Moss, Sandy, Jackson, Tn. 

Mustain, Lynette, Jackson, Tn. 
Myers, Melodi, Paducah, Ky. 

Mysinger, Pamela, Jackson, Tn. 
Nason, Brent, Paris, Tn. 

Newbill, Lisa, Trezevant, Tn. 
Newton, Robin, SomerviUe, Tn. 

Nichols, Ruth Ann, Dyer, Tn. 
Nickerson, Cheryl, Worcester, Mass. 

North, Lorna, Jackson, Tn. 
Oakes, Lena, Bartlett, Tn. 
Oldham, Beverly, Nashville, Tn. 
Oliver, Mike, Paris, Tn. 
Osborne, Rick, Union City, Tn. 
Otey, Kam, Jackson, Tn. 

Ownby, Barbara, Sikeston, Mo. 
Ozier, Sundae, Jackson, Tn. 
Parker, Kelley, Lawrenceburg, Tn. 
Parker, Rod, Michie, Tn. 
Parker, Valerie, Brownsville, Tn. 
Parrish, Rose, Memphis, Tn. 

Patterson, Jeffrey, Medina, Tn. 
Patterson, Patty, Bradford, Tn. 
Phillips, Dawn, Dyersburg, Tn. 
Phillips, Marty, Sardis, Tn. 
Pierce, Carol, Enville, Tn. 
Pledge, Juanita, Humboldt, Tn. 

Poindexter, John, Memphis, Tn. 
Poindexter, Roger, Sikeston, Mo. 
Pope, Paula, Jackson, Tn. 
Powers, Jennifer, Scotts Hill, Tn. 
Powers, Scott, Phenix City, Ala. 
Powers, Wayne, Jackson, Tn. 

Presley, Mitzi, Brownsville, Tn. 
Price, Monica, Goodlettsville, Tn. 
Rackley, Gary, Franklin, Tn. 
Rainey, Rhonda, Alamo, Tn. 
Raney, Staci, Decatarsville, Tn. 
Ray, Becky, Southaven, Ms. 

Reaves, Kevin, Trezevant, Tn. 
Rhodes, Donna, Huron, Tn. 

Rice, Linda M., Jackson. Tn. 
Richardson, Laura, Peoria. 111. 

Rigby, Chris, Jackson, Tn. 

Ring, Mark, Union City, Tn. 

Roberson, Rodney, Ripley, Tn. 

Roberts, Tonya, Jackson, Tn. 

Robinson, Cynthia Hope, Humboldt, Tn. 

Rogers, Penny Rhodes, Scotts Hill, Tn. 

Rogers, Teresa, Goodlettsville, Tn. 

Rose, Tony, Milan, Tn. 

Rosel, Todd, Lexington, Tn. 

Rowland, Beth Ellen, Bruceton, Tn. 

Rozar, Karen L., Fayetteville, Tn. 

Rush, Rhonda, Henderson, Tn. 

Sage, Jane, Union City, Tn. 

Sanders, Larry, Humboldt, Tn. 

Scarborough, Linda, Humboldt, Tn. 

Scott, Norma, Oliver Branch, Ms. 

Shaw, Gerald, Jackson, Tn. 

Shults, Timothy, Lawrenceburg, Tn. 

Simpson, Willie, Memphis, Tn. 

Skinner, Sharon, Pinson, Tn. 

Sloan, Sharon, Atoka, Tn. 

Smith, Steven, Millington, Tn. 

Spain, Melissa, Cedar Grove, Tn. 

Sparkman, Keith, Trenton, Tn. 

Sparks, Willie, Parsons, Tn. 

Spellings, Sherri, Jackson, Tn. 

Stegall, Marsha, Medina, Tn. 

Stephens, Kay, Rutherford, Tn. 

Stephens, Thomas, Bruceton, Tn. 

Strong, Kaye, Jackson, Tn. 

Stroud, Lynette, Jackson, Tn. 

Sturdivant, Amy, Jackson, Tn. 

Sullivan, Tammy, Huntingdon, Tn. 

Summers, Emily, Cottontown, Tn. 

Sweat, Scott, Sehner, Tn. 

Swims, David, Trezevant, Tn. 

Swinger, Lee Aime, Essex, Mo. 

Swindler, John, West Memphis, Ark. 

Sykes, Joy Marie, Louisville, Ky. 

Tarter, Jim, Lexington, Tn. 

Taylor, Paula, South Fulton, Tn. 

Teague, Bart, Ramer, Tn. 



Teegarden, James, Georgetown, Ky. 
Thomas, Steve, Somerville, Tn. 
Thomas, Terrance, Huntingdon, Tn. 
Thompson, Suzanne, Blytheville, Ark. 
Thompson, Tammy, Memphis, Tn. 
Tillman, Suzetta, Robards, Ky. 

Tomlin, Cathy, Arlington, Tn. 
Townsend II, Marvin, Bartlett, Tn. 
Tran, Ngoc Hao, Tutwiler, Ms. 
Travis, Vickie, Jackson, Tn. 
Trexler, Stephen, Memphis, Tn. 
Troutt, Darrell T., Camden, Tn. 

Turner, Dianna, Johnston City, III. 
Underwood, Deann, Humboldt, Tn. 
Varney, Regina, Humboldt, Tn. 
Vaughn, Joan, Bolivar, Tn. 
Vaughn, Kim, Memphis, Tn. 
Vaughn, Pam, Bolivar, Tn. 

Vea2ey, Gregg, Paris, Tn. 
Vega, Frank, Southaven, Ms. 
Viar, Lori, Dyersburg, Tn. 
Wafler, Stan, Memphis, Tn. 
Walker, Bonnie, Linden, Tn. 
Walls, Sidney Ann, Somerville, Tn. 

Warpool, Scot, Dover, Tn. 
Watkins, Jeff, West Memphis, Ark. 
Wheatley, Anthony, Big Sandy, Tn. 
Webb, Amy, Waynesboro, Tn. 
Webb, Dee Dee, Guthrie, Ky. 
Weddle, Todd, Memphis, Tn. 

Weiler, Tom, Ohiey, 111. 
Weir, Allison, Bemis, Tn. 
West, Lavell, Brownsville, Tn. 
West, Tim, Henderson, Tn. 
Western, Kim, Medina, Tn. 
WiUey, Rob, Plymouth, Mass. 

Williams, Laura, Memphis, Tn. 
WiUiams, Martha, Humboldt, Tn. 
WiUiams, Norma, Union City, Tn. 
Williams, Steve, Trenton, Tn. 
Williamson, Jennifer, Bristol, Tn. 
Wilson, Jeny, Camden, Tn. 

Wright, Alice, Cedar Grove, Tn. 
Wright, Lori, Obion, Tn. 
Wong, Shirley, Hong Kong 
Wright, Terry, Carlton, Mich. 
Yang, Tou, Memphis, Tn. 
Young, Craig, Potts Camp, Ms. 

Young, Jeffrey, Lexington, Tn. 
Young, Michelle, Brownsville, Tn. 
Young, Tim, Brownsville, Tn. 
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Onward In Life 

So this is 1984-85 with all of its ups 
and downs, ins and outs. Freshmen can 
look back on it with pride that they 
survived their first year of college, 
sophomores can be relieved that they 
are halfway through, and juniors look to 
the following year with great anticipa- 
tion of graduating. Seniors look back on 
the year with mixed emotions. To them 
1984 meant the last year of school for 
some and for others the last year of 
undergraduate work. Some looked at it 
as being the end of school and the 
beginning of life, while others looked at 
it as the end of previous securities and 
supports and the beginning of new jobs, 
responsibilities, and duties. 

Regardless of the viewpoint, each 
individual must now set new goals for 
himself and strive to attain them. Each 
can take courage in the fact that our 
school and our country have a long and 
rich heritage of setting goals and 
working for their completion. 

Our God is a source of encour- 
agement and compassion in our daily 
struggle. It is for these reasons, we can 
press towards the mark for the prize of 
the high caUing of Christ Jesus. 

Looking at this year's proof, surrounded by 20 years of dedication. 

As these last pages are being 
checked, I reflect back on the twenty 
years I have had the responsibility of 
being the adviser to the student 
publications at Union University. 

What is a publications adviser? It 
is a person who knows the profession 
of journalism and publications who 
works long hours with student editors 
and staffs in a team effort. It is a 
walking sense of humor, a good wide 
shoulder, a challenger to succeed, a 
motivator to meet deadlines, and a 
ready pep-talker to help the staff 
handle the jitters and the pressures. 
Over the past twenty years I have 
"adopted" many student editors and 
staff members and with love have 
watched them develop, grow, mature 
and go on to fine professional careers 
in the communications field. This is 
the most rewarding past of an 
adviser's job. 

A yearbook is more than a 
collection of memories, it is a show 
window to the world of the highlights 
and happenings of the school. It is a 

record which becomes a part of the 
history of the college. 

These twenty editions have 
recorded events involving a student 
body of less than 800 which grew to 
more than 1400; we've seen a move to 
a completely new, innovative campus; 
there have been a number of new 
departments formed and some out- 
standing national reccognition in 
academics and sports. 

It has been a privilege to help 
record all these events; to have been 
personally and closely involved with 
some 250 staffers who then and now 
are "my kids." 

My thanks to them and to my 
coUegues for a rich tapestry of 
memories which I will always cherish. 

May the Lord continue to bless 
the yearbook staff as one facet of a 
great Union University. 

Sincerely and with love, 

Betty H. Foellinger 
(Mrs. F.) 

What is a yearbook? That's a question I've asked 
myself lots of times throughout this year. Of course the 
obvious answer is that it's a lot of paper, pictures, words, 
measurements, and headlines. That's all true, but to me it's 
become so much more. A yearbook is made of memories, 
those memories of the people that made life so special. 
These are the people we shared a class with, those we shared 
a pizza with, those who taught us formal knowledge, those 
who taught us about life, and the list goes on and on. 

My experience in serving as editor of the 1985 edition 
of Lest We Forget has been made up of lots of those special 
kind of people. I owe much to a lot of people who made 
the ideas for this book become a reality. My thanks go to 
those staff members who helped in any way possible to fill 
in even the smallest detail of each page. My deep 
appreciation is given to my assistants, Jennifer and Angle, 
who have lent their creativity and knowledge to help edit 
this book. A gold medal should go to my room-mate, Beth, 
who not only pitched in to help any way she could with 
the book, but also stuck with me through the good times 
and gave the much-needed support throughout the rough 
times. Gratitude beyond words goes to Mrs. Betty 
Foellinger (more affectionately known as Mrs. F.). Without 
her guidance and support, this book would still be a mere 
dream. Last and certainly not least do I praise the Lord 
for the physical and mental strength given to me to 
complete this project. To God be the glory always! 

Miriam Agee 

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