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Yesterday's Dreams 
Today's Realities 











YESTERDAY'S DREAMS TODAY'S REALITIES was the theme chosen for our 1995 yearbook. This theme was 
appropriate because all of us have a continuous dream of moving forward. We have overcome many unforeseen difficulties 
in creating this yearbook. 

There are a few people I would like to thank for their help: my staff: Marsha Reynolds. Deni Benns, Heather Bramlet. 
Tricia Spotanski, and Jason Zimmer. I would also like to thank Chuck and Lucy Conner, our Herff Jones Representatives, 
for all their time, effort, and help. 

Hopefully, in looking through this book, you will realize how much hard work and dedication were put into this book. 
But most of all, I hope you are pleased with the results of all our work. As you can see yesterday's dream has become 
today's reality. 

Enjoy the Book! 
Tammy Setzekorn 
1995 Editor 



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Mickey Dobbins 
Dr. Patrick Folk 
Edward Glowatski 
Dr. Betsy Gordon 
Dr. John Greenfield 
Dr. Irwin Halfond 
Annette Hug 
Dr. Lyn Huxford 
Peggy Iler 
Kim Lobring 
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Stanley Osterhage 

Jennifer Peters 

Mike Sandy 

Margie Snep 

Dr. Thomas Sparhawk 

Dr. Frank Spreng 

Dr. Christopher Stanley 

Neal Stenlund 

Linda Stickler 

Jane Weingartner 

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WORLD YEARBOOK: A Special Events Magazine (March 1994-March 1995) 






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(1) Football legend O.J. 
Simpson is accused of 
murdering his ex-wife Nicole 
Brown Simpson and her friend 
Ronald Goldman. (2) I9 ( )4's 
Miss America. Heather 
Whitestone, becomes the first 
deal contestant to win the 
prestigious title. (3) After 
weeks of searching tor two little boss from Union. South 
( .in ilina. the nation is stunned as Susan Smith confesses 
to murdering her sons. Americans initially rallied to her 
aid alter a talse tale oi carjacking and kidnapping. (4) In 
what was tagged "the most unexpected nuptial of the 
year," Michael Jackson marries Lisa Marie Presley. 
(5)'\\k Kenned) family loses two legendary women this 
'.n American symbol of poise, grace, and strength. 
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died at M. (amilymatri arch 
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president of the United States 
and the only president to resign 
from office, Richard Nixon, d ies 
of a stroke at 81. • Convicted 
serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer was 
murdered by another inmate 
while serving a life sentence. 
• Michael Kearney, a 10-year- 
old from Mobile, Alabama, was 
the youngest person to ever 
graduate from an American 
college. He received a BA in 
anthropology from the University 
of South Alabama, 'dreg 
Louganis, winner of four 
Olympic gold medals in men's 
diving, announced that he has 
AIDS. • The world mourned the 
losses of: Kurt Cobain, Pedro 
Zamora, Jessica Tandy, Burt 
Lancaster, Wilma Rudolph, Raul 
Julia. Tip ()' Neil, Cesar Romero. 
Cab Calloway, felly Savalas, 
Henry Mancini, William Conrad, 
Vitas Gerulaitis, and John Candy, 



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Most memorable personality: 


.Most controversial issue- of 1994-95: 









(1) More than 

10,000 people are 

forced from their 

homes and 26 

counties flooded 

after tropical 

storm Rosa 

dumps more than 

20 inches of rain 

on eastern Texas in 36 hours. (2) California is hit with its 

worst storm in a decade. After 10 days of downpour, 

thousands of people fled their homes and 1 1 people were 

killed. (3) Myrlie Evers-Williams. wife of civil rights 

leader Medgar Evers, is selected as head of the NAACP 

after a 30-29 vote. In addition. Byron De La Beckwith, the 

man who killed Medgar Evers 31 years ago, was finally 

convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. 

(4) USAir Flight 427 crashes outside of Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania, on September 8. Five crew members and 



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1 26 passengers were killed. (5)Qubilah Shabazz, daughter 
of Malcolm X, is arrested when accusations surface that 
she tried to hire a hitman to kill Louis Farrakhan. 
(6) Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien leads "Team 
Canada" trade delegation to China. • The United Nations 
ranked Canada as the best country in the world to live. 
• Tom Mosser, an advertising executive in New York, was 
killed by a mail bomb. This attack appeared to be the work 
of the same serial bomber who has eluded investigators 
for 1 6 years. • Hulond Humphries, the principal at Randolph 
County High School in Wedowee. Alabama, threatened to 
cancel the prom if interracial couples attended. Revonda 
Bowen, a mixed-race student, stood up to bigotry and was 
awarded $25,000 after filing suit. Later, unknown arsonists 
destroyed the school. • Barbie turned 35 and remained the 
world's best-sellina doll. 




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(1)\ ormer Presbyterian minister, Paul J. Hill, is convicted 
on two first-degree murder counts for slaying a doctoi and 
his escort outside a Pensacola abortion clinic (2)Foi the 



first time in 40 years, the Republicans control both 

houses of Congress. Newt Gingrich. 5 1 . former history 

professor, became the new Speaker of the House. 

(3) President Clinton demands and accepts the 

I resignation of U.S. Surgeon GeneralDr./oycefyn 

Elders for her outspoken stances on sex education 
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• and drug use. (4)CIA officer Aldrich Ames, 53, 

• pockets nearly $3 million for working with the 

Sov iet KGB. The classified information that Ames 

sold to the KGB was responsible for the deaths of 

10 Russian agents who worked for U.S. 

intelligence. (5) Voters in Washington, D.C.. put 

Marion Harry back in the mayor's office. Fouryears 

earlier he had been jailed for smoking crack. (6) The 

White House is the target of several planned attacks: a 

suicidal, unemployed truck driver, Frank Eugene Corder, 

crashes a small airplane on the 

South Lawn. Before being 

subdued by Secret Service 

agents and bystanders, 

convicted felon Francisco 

Martin Duran fired 27 rounds 

with a semiautomatic assault 

rifle at the White House. 

•Former president Ronald 

Reagan announced that he is 

suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. 

• The anticrime bill authorized $30.2 billion in spending 

over six years. • Four Islamic terrorists were convicted of 

bombing the World Trade Center and received 240 year 

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Most important national issues lo you: 



Yum opinion ol the Republicans' sweep of congres 




(1) An earthquake registering 7.2 on the Richter Scale 
devastates Kobe, the sixth largest city in Japan. 
Approximately 5,000 people were killed. (2) Hutu death 
squads massacre half a million people in Rwanda. Five 
times that many people fled to refugee camps where many 
died from unsanitary conditions. (3) U.S. citizen Michael 
Fay receives four lashes from a rattan cane after confessing 
to spray painting cars in Singapore. (4) After more than a 
century of white supremacy. South Africans vote and 
elect former political prisoner Nelson Mandela, the 
country's first black president. (5) Former U.S. president 




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Jimmy Carter travels to North Korea, Haiti, and Bosnia 

on diplomatic missions of peace. • Fifty-three cult members 

in Switzerland and Canada died in a mass suicide. The 

cult's charismatic leader, Luc Jouret, was among the dead. 

• Russian president Boris Yeltsin sent troops to Chechnya 

to thwart a bid for independence. Guerilla warfare broke 

out as troops tried to bring the rebels back into the Russian 

Federation. «In less than six months, two political 

assassinations occurred in 

Mexico: Francisco Ruiz 

Massieu, second-ranking 

official of the country 's ruling 

party, and Luis Donaldo 

Colosio, presidential 

candidate were killed. «A 

Baltic ferry sank off the coast 

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(1 )The Mask und Dumband Dumber 
gross more than $200 million and 
pul Jim Carrey on top of the movie 
world. (2J Disney's animated feature 
The Lion King is the top grossing 
film o\ 1994. The Oscar-winning 
soundtrack by Elton John was also 
one of the biggest selling albums of the year. (3) Fori est 
Gump walks awa\ with si\ Academy Awards, including 
Best Mo\ ic and Best Actor as Tom Hanks becomes only 
the second actor to e\ er w in back to back Oscars. Other 
top movies: Pulp Fi< ti< m. True Lies . Spec J, Four Weddings 
and a Funeral. Clear ami Present Danger, and The Santa 
(4) With a show aimed at viewers in their teens 
and tw enties, RickiLake dev elops the fastest growing talk 
show audience in America. (5) ER becomes the hottest 
new telev ision series of the year. (6) lirad Pitt scores big 
with two hit menies. Interview with the Vampire and 
Legends of the Fall. (7) F rosier moves to a new city w ith 
anew show that \ icwers love. 'Jimmy Smits joins the cast 
i 'I N VPD Blue as David Caruso walks away from one of 
television's most popular shows • Baywatch becomes the 
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• Heather Locklear marries 
Bon Jovi guitarist Richie 
Sambora as her ex- 
husband. Motley Crue's 
Tommy Lee weds 
Baywatch star, Pamela 
A n d e r s on.' E lien 
Degeneres becomes the 
latest stand-up comedienne 
to have a prime time sitcom 
hit. 'Other popular 
television shows: Home 
Improvement. Grace I huler 
Fire, Mad AboutYou, Living Single, Party of Five, Friends, 
Seinfeld, Melrose Plat e, Roseanne, and The X-Files. 




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(1) Newcomer Sheryl 

Crow's debut album 

Tuesday Night Music 

Club goes double 

platinum. She won three 

Grammys including 

Record of the Year for 

All 1 Wanna Do. (2) At 

the 28th Annual Country 

Music Awards, Vince 

Gill wins Male Vocalist 

of the Year (fourth year in a row) and Entertainer of the 

Year. (3) The "Philly hip-hop" quartet, Boyz II Men, 

debuts at the top of the charts with its mainstream album 
Boyz II Men II and takes 
home two Grammys, 
including Best Rhythm & 
Blues Group Vocal 
Performance and Best 




Rhythm & Blues Album. 
(4) The Seattle band 
Soundgarden wins two 
Grammys including Best 

Hard Rock Performance and Best Metal Performance. 

(5) Sheets of rain, rivers of mud, $135 tickets, and $4 

hamburgers 

couldn't keep 

350,000 fans from 

reliving the rock 

of Woodstock 

'94. Some of the 

performers 

included veteran 

Bob Dylan and 

newcomers 

Greenday and 

Nine Inch Nails. 

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His song Streets of Philadelphia won four Grammys 

including Song of the Year. • Other popular musicians: 

Toni Braxton, Pearl Jam, Beck, Salt-N-Pepa, Melissa 

Etheridge, Hole, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Petra, Garth 

Brooks, Babyface, Seal, 

REM,A114 0ne.Hootie& 

the Blowfish, Luscious 

Jackson, Liz Phair. Ace of 

Base, Counting Crows, 

Queen Latifah, John 

Michael Montgomery, 

Warren G, Aerosmith, Reba 

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1 1) With nine Wimbledon singles 
lilies uruk't hei racket, Martina 
Sairaiiliiva retires al J8 (2)George 
torenuin. 45, regains the 
heavyweight title he lost to 
Muhammad \h 20 years earlier. 
(3^ \i 24 \ndrt Kgaasi wins his 
first i S ' >|vn title. (4) The Son 
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Gotfutk (6)Nru it iliy-kicl Italy to win the title 

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NBA Championship by 
defeating the AW York 
K nicks four games to three. 
Hakeem Olajuwon, 
Houston Rockets center, 
won the Most Valuable 
Player Award. • Major 
League Baseball players 
went on strike in August. 
The season and the World 
Series were cancelled 
because owners and players were unable to come to an 
agreement. It's been l )() years since The World Series has 
not taken place. • The New York Rangers won hockey's 
Stanle\ Cup by defeating the Vancouver Canucks. Riots 
broke out in Vancouver. Canada, after the loss. 'Michael 
Jordan lefl baseball and returned to basketball and the 
Chicago Hulls. Manufacturers struggled to meet the 
demand for replicas of his new number 45 Bulls jersey. 






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