Bethel College - Log Cabin Yearbook (McKenzie, TN)

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' , 4,'lll':!xL:nIs1a'!Tf?Yilaiss.:-5iaso2s':::hFs:1:sl2'x, THE L06 CABIN Published by The Senior Class of BETHEL COLLEGE McKenzie., Tenn. NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-EIGHT 4 gllilljw. 'l 4-T-L' 1- e- - --zz... L-,--,-- ' l fJ,aii ?- Q' V E ,ll if 5 i s 5? -gl ' ' W' Nry ll i' I ' .yr 1 l lllll l lull i , . lr l ' l ffl ' l 4 lg! I ll l l l li bf +. , 5: , ' ll A if ul ll ,hull X . 1 , ' FOREWORD .il l ' ln preseniing "The Log Cabin." 'Phe Hrs+ issue I ill lv since ninefeen hundred +hir'ry-one. 'rhe edi+ors ll hope fhey have overcome 'lhe difflculfies 'lhal li l aH'end such publicaiions sufficienlly fo earn fhe ,l ' l , approval of fhe sfudenl body. H' is lhe way of 1 lllll WP edifors fo hope fo be brillianily original. buf ii' ' 'll is The way of circumslances 'Fo resfrain 'l'hem. lg Throughoui' your fufure years, we. +he Annual ill! .,,r' Sfaff, hope fha? you may be able +0 'lurn pages 3 ll 1. of ihis bool: as if you were Turning back lhe pages A 1 4 l of life and recall pleasanf memories of your days W, rl. ll nn dear old when College. ll ill! l ' l ' ll IMI l I all all l ' l ll ' l '1 - all 4 , r 'f' Ill -'l l l 'l"' v l ll ll ll ll 'lb ' ' I , 'll ' l lb . y ll l law r l V 5 4 nh : 1 I w Irlgxllhllg- .il lf 5 - . ifgf 1 ' ' ,, A .Q k s fiii s -f 5lllllll'llE " xg 1 e JL U. Q Ya f'uu111m1' 5 59' ,QIIWL WM gigiigiggeif3iEE3E5??i2gifIN I II y I III I-III II I II 'IU I, II I I I I . I I Ii II I I ATI NIII' ' I I. II" I II WWI CONTENTS 'M II ,I J ,II I im W I , X Chapfer One 'I III ' TI-IE ADMINISTRATION ,I If T CI'Iap+er Two Q X . 'HI THE CLASSES A -I II I N II Chapfer Three I 'I' F, ORGANIZATIONS , A 4 CI'Iap+er Four I I ,I ATHLETICS nIIII'II II' I I I- II.,3l LI Q' CI'IapI'er Five W , FEATURES III II, I mil II I, I v' II I " ' I I VI .II I III II pI PIIIIII I I ' Q , II I I I II IIIIW I II, 1-Ei.. -F XY 'U' 5 I I I III III I , SIIIIIII T f i f A ,LII Ta, A T ' 'T I 5 DEDICATION JOHN W. DISHMAN BROECKSIE NELL CUMMINGS To fha oldesf member of our faculfy JOHN W. DISHMAN and fha youngesf member of our faculfy BROECKSIE NELL CUMMINGS The Log Cabin Sfaff of l938 is glad and proud fo ioinfly dedicde 'rhis volume of fhe l938 Log Cabin 'I 'I I E L Q - 2 - fi I I I gm + ' if ' 'I I I' III Ill I I I II I I III I I II -1I' E' ,Q , K .-'T I 2-L :.1 , E '12 ' . Juni ADMINISTRATION BUILDING l I ., I 1 II IIII II .II I f I- I T-I 'I l 1 Ig' I I 'I f II I .III I. I I I I.,h I. , 4-ez:-Ll- - .Y f-- - 2 , 'f I ,IEE 5 - ': i - ii- tl' - 1 - . J if :fssg'H-iff - X0 154W in--V mfr, , 7 - A-.. 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Ei .y r 5 Ui, + g m - is '5isj'fH!l?, Z, Y :.+- ' xigia-' 5 - , :sf f AQ . 7 i 1- J G9 Building l-lislory of Belhel College ' Building--l903 Building-I 886 3 , - F 7 if " gf F ue .i 'f fzlffil f v 7 4. - " 24" Yi Lf ' 3 , MW- , W., Av, VX Building-Befgzre Civil War ' I III' Jljw. ,1-f , fry' """ "' : 3 ' --i5 Q -I . I, -l ,-,,..--.? 1-W, ,,, , - - K- - V - 1 Q 6 Ah 9 .v, ' :t 'S fz. , II' A -.2 - Q , - '-1 - f - - I ' Lx V II III' II ADMINISTRATION , V tr, .- -- 1 - ..., ,I I I II I III I I I III II I II I III' II' 1,III I I III I I :li- Egf QL fl ' ' I I II - I' I5 FII 'I III II MII I II I I ' iv IPI III II I IIII I 'IT I I I IIIII I I I II IIIIIIIII I I IIIIIII . I II II . IIIIII1, III- I I 'III IIIIAIZ.:-sf-Ts, Al' ' ' Aix ' f-4. gl? ' " S f It-III E' III! I F- f--5 ..I, 4 'o- 1.11145 I' 5 X 4? WM! 74014 Wfffvm' fifffff X LEONARD L. THOMAS President B.A., B.S., B.D.. D.D. Chrisfian Educafion HENRY BASCOM EVANS Dean of College B.S., M.A. English L41 fl 'A A. ' FD I . ,5- ' i "U P ll, hi I 1 .D1ff7fW' I if Qlf, WW , X D. W. PERRY C, H. RAMSAY JOHN HUNZIKER CLARK WILLIAMSON B.M.E.. B.D. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.A.. Pl1.D. TI-I.B., M.A. Bible and Theology Educafion Hisiory Chrisfian Educalion BILL DOUGLAS LEO DAVIS JULIA CHUMBLER BROECKSIE N. Work Supervisor B.A. B.A. CUMMINGS Afhlslic Direcfor Regislrqr. B.A. 9 - Y' I Librarian I X 10 -A Af .tn if WLM' Rig? ei- Q . ,. .sf A 1 Q N4 ,.,,7 I H. L. PALMER B.S.. M.A. Psychology and Social Sciences MRS. MARY E. DRISCOLL Mahon of Laughlin Hall EWELL K. REAGIN Dean of Seminary B.A., BD., MA., DD. Ancient Languages and Pasforal Theology JOHN W. DISHMAN B.A., BD., D.D. Bible and Theology 1' ,QI . . .r.. ,-,1 1 . e 4-f ' f f. 4-.4 . , Y - ' ff- wij ' 4. 44-4gfAw...g va 'fff' , " YE? , fr if I A. S. RUDOLPH C. A. MESSICK Le6RAND TENNIS B.S., M.S. I B.S., M.A.. Ph.D. B.A.. M.A., Ph.D. Science and Music Mafhemafics and Modern Languages Physics MRS. E. B. JONES E. TERRILL RENA THEDFORD Mahon of Laughlin B.A.. Ph. D. Voice. Piano l-Tome English and - German BOARD OF EDUCATIGN J. E. EVANS .,,,..,, ...,. K ansas Cify, Missouri A. D. RUDOLPH ...... ...... , ..Peducah, Kenfucky ROY MCDONALD .... ..... C haffanooga, Tennessee J. W. STILES ....... .,,., ,...., N a shviile, Tennessee WARREN BELLEW ............. ..... A fwood, Tennessee B. C. GALLIMORE. Presidenf ..,.. .... M cKenzie, Tennessee W. B. CUNNINGHAM. Sec-Trees., ...,, Union Cify, Tennessee 11 1 '41 4 K-1 ,V gf h HA' j frm He who lcnows and knows he knows. -Aristotle SENIORS 1 . , . . , Ax. 14-I Q JOHN SPEER JUANITA BRANTLEY JAMES M. BLACK Owensville. incl. McKenzie, Tenn. McKenzie. Tenn. B.A. Degree B.A. Degree B.A. Degree Maior: Greek Maier: English Maior: English Minor: So. Science Minor: French Minor: Soc. Science Pres. Senior Class Sec.-Trees. Vice Pres. Senior Class Senior Class EMILY ABERNATHY DANA BARGER WALTER CHESNUT Pulaski. Tenn. Hollow Rock, Tenn. Bowling Green, Ky. B.A. Degree B.A. Degree B.A. Degree Meier: English Major: English Major: History Minor: French Minor: Foreign Lang. Minor: English SENI-QRS iffy" fli"lf-ji . . 14 'Q . 74 'x .... 7' L is F wir VAUGHN CRAWFORD ERNEST CROSS BEN EVERETT Princefon, Ind. McKenzie,'Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. B.A. Degree B.A. Degree B.A. Degree Meier: Greek Major: English Major: Hisiory Minor: History Minor: Greek Minor: English KATHRYN GILBERT ANNIE KATE HENDREN HAROLD HOWARD McKenzie, Tenn. Ripley. Tenn. Farmingfon, Ky. B.A. Degree B.A. Degree B.A. Degree Maier: Science Mejor: English Maier: English Minor: Mafh. Minor: Greek Minor: Greek YUJWSTNIQRS mm ,Med A i " f - CWA, .A Q,-2. J, 9' f.fr:.ff- ' 'N ' riff . d,.m.J.,lCf-I-1-14+-Ju.., ,E 15 fi, 7 MH X xxfx . L - L. Nik . --T4 . . N L, ,, ki CLAUDE JOHNSON DORRIS JOHNSON EDWIN KEASLER Milan. Tenn. Mcflienzie. Tenn. Marshall, Tex. B.A. Degree BA. Degree BA. Degree Major: Soc. Science Major: English Major: Soc. Science Minor: Mafh. Minor: Educalion Minor: English BERNICE MCKAIN ARLEIGH MATLOCK OLETA MILLER Chandler, lnd. Terrill, Tex. Hubbard. Tex. BA. Degree B.A. Degree BA. Degree Maior: English Major: Greek Maior: English Minor: Language Minor: English Minor: Eclucafion emi OLYRD 5' E L I 3 16 -' V X ' z MORRIS MOORE WARREN MOUNTS EMERY NEWMAN Brucsfon, Tenn. Owensville, Ind. ' Nash. Olcla. B.A. Degree B.A. Degree BA. Degree Major: English Maier: Greek Maier: Greek Minor: Hisfory Minor: English Minor: English EDNA PARKS LORENE PRITCHARD S. Q. PROCTOR Gleason, Tenn. Clarksburg. Tenn. Overfon, Tex. BA. Degree B.A. Degree BA. Degree Maior: English Maier: English Major: Hislory Minor: Hisfory Minor: Hisfory Minor: English 05-wlu . gi 3sEN1oARS M - , L-rv h' PZOVAQL '57 Mau-my Eli.. V e,Z1L1.1A,f', 7:76-1,1 17 f J ', f ' LM . . f 3. . 3.4.4 lt' , 4 , L l Y 4, l i .UNH fa 'ff ""'4- J' EA 1 A--I M I 'WM MYRA JUNE SHELTON JOHN S. SMITH MARGARET SPARKS Anna. lll. Pefersburg, Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. B.A. Degree B.A. Degree B.A. Degree Major: English Maior: Science Maier: Mefh. Minor: Hisfory Minor: English Minor: English MARSHALL STEWART JENNIE TOM ELSIE WOLFE McKenzie. Tenn. Sen Francisco. Cal. Beech Bluff, Tenn. B.A. Degree B.A. Degree B.A. Degree Major: Hisfory Major: English Maier: Hisfory Minor: English Minor: Hislory Minor: English 1 i 1 KX' ' ' SENICDRS ,Mg HW K , f n A 4'-'B X Hn ? N3 He who knows and knows no+ he knows not -Aristotle X :XX X 1 .QQXVMXX KXXA X UF JXJ Q 1 QNX .X Bk gf QMQQ 7 . 'A x N N9 -Q qw n- + Jlmncplas '.'X-I'0-YQ-47,19 w yaavk 7 -NL' C? 'XL 'Ik WN , x '-91.55 X Y AU DP A, B up' Gp M19 Q0 nv wi wife ,Dm Q b wx L IX fl 'Xl AN Q ' tbl rx' XNNX -lj? Q RCN Q' XL! X' X X9 .x ix Q69 BILL HOLLOMON Union Cify, Tenn. Pres. Junior Class I LENA SUE ACKLEN Winchesfsr. Tenn. EDWARD COLE Trenion. Tenn. 1A Hi -tw x jfs k. I -Q x 1 n ' RNTKYQLAP -i A A ks H3 1.- L - llEBECCA'McILWAIN I Dyer. Tenn. Sec.-Trees. Junior Class TURNER CLARK McKenzie, Tenn. . JAKE DELLINGER 'L S McKenzie. Tenn. Q JUNIORS .JY E f, 4 'f SAM BOAZ McKenzie, Tenn. Vice Pres. TURNER CLINARD Springfield. Tenn. FLORENCE FILE Pocahonfas. Ill. W x JOHN E. GARDNER Sharon, Tenn. JOHN D. GUTHRIE Paris, Tenn. DAN KENNER 28 W - 1, ChaHar5ooga,Tenn. .1 .,, JUNIGRS W. D. BURKE McLemoresvilIe, Tenn. FINIS HODC-I-ES Pefersburg, Tex. ANN LEONG Sun Francisco, Cel. ,,,N.,. . FRANK GIARDINA Marfin, Tenn. 7. Q 1, n J, , , -.4 I ALvls HOLLADAY Hunfingdon, Tenn. NITA McBRlDE McKenzie, Tenn. 'U-oo..-ala--0+ X . Q 22.115 ' 11? Y' - 4 A: I '-3410. 1L.o1..4.- 71.-LCR.. 2l,! W I I an--:ii REBA OLIVER Gleason, Tenn. CHARLES PULLEN Springville. Tenn. I C mf ' Y I ARCHIE SMITH golf fjehvc Ben+on. Ky. 35 44' P6841 BILLY SPARKS , McKenzie, Tenn. -.v ' IL 1 ,I Lvn " 'vy:d,55Pgr.f few, -iff-M"'f., I rw .Z :ul-'Kip-' F' V" Q ' 'Ik--lil "LEX 'I' P I ul-JILL, ul'-laws M570- ,am Gu? 6" PU fefwflv- ,ff ,JM 1 'fm-A L 34", , 5 Q' MJ 'W- I, P4 ' I Asia! W fffldd X gpy,!LuL,A4 0,111-1, I JoI-INYE PHILLIPS SAM PRINCE fy Henderson, Tenn. Aefna. Tenn. 2 Qvlfi Aff fzzfwvl HORACE SNIPES I McMinnville, Tenn. BLAKE WARREN Clarksville, Tenn. 4211.2-at 514953. JUNIORS -AVN He who knows no'r and knows he knows noi. -Aristotle SOP!-IOMGRES SOP!-IOMORES' ..,, V. ,, Nw .7...,.., ,. L ll -A 'H ag on 5 K Www QL L57 L., 7' .KT 11,-..-, . fl LL V '1.1 hu-, T 3 T, ,4 f, .. J Qc ,filf f' U T' Q '. ,LV f?5,- 1 qw iv' " 1 . Q ' - 1-7 , .MT T1 V' , ' A ' ' 1 ' 1 :T . 'Z f,V4,VJV 01, 71' ' f Aff! 'e l adv ' .yu LF . MARY FRA McKenzie E. RU DDER KNOX Sfevenson. Ala. Class Presidenf ROBERT BLACKBURN J. R. BOYD, NCEEXADENI VMERALD THOMAS TIM ADEN . Tenn. T Class Sec.- reas. Jr. McKenzie, Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. VM PM RAYMoN aumeoueus ROBBIE BRASHEAR Fayeffeville. Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. Dyer. Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. REBECCA DAVIS SARA ANN BYRD RUTH CLARKE DEE CROUSE Sfurgis. Ky. McKenzie, Tenn, Lavinia. Tenn. Rufherford, Tenn. J,,,LJ,L4,,0,JQ-Lf 91,,,,,,'f'K,d-C.C4.1.I. 4l7.c.,n,C', MWM xy ..v w T i. SOP!-ILOMGRES If N. '13 X U I Z Y 'A 'Lu x " uv-' ' , Q, wg. 4 I in APE if A 3 " ef' f K 95 5 S'-Q, ,A A I.. N W? ' 2 . V . ,ff,.1, ,i ',,,5 - iw- " K ,, ,, -Jf . fl an 'N lv A Q ' U 55" 5: , 'Q W ,f L' Q- 5, .- 4 , .J A,- GAYLON DENNING BURNS DRAKE SARA EVERETT LUCILLE GARDNER Porfland, Tenn. Owens Cross Road, Ala. McKenzie, Tenn. Sharon, Tenn. CLARENCE GOODMAN RUFUS HICKEY WALTER HOUSTCN MARY lRWlN Bradford. Tenn. Big Sandy, Tenn. Somerville, Tenn. Tenn. Ridge, Tenn. THELMA JENNINGS ELVA KEE WILSON KEENAN RUTH KILLEBREW Milan, Tenn. Buena Visfa, Tenn. X Humboldt, Tenn. Palmersville, Tenn. 3 1 Lufi, lff,Jfu1if . f I ,,:1f,1m,L ff, yzxcl .VKLL U -,,CUVf',fv1gzi' LL . ,,- y ,,..1'.'rv .,r, , A , I ,A U, ' '-X A-A I -4-xr. Zi' '- ' x MS,. SM Amd UWM L SQPHQMQ , jf 19000611 ' Lg gl, if I XXL., J J ' 'tl . .. ...1 fn ,Q L EVELYN LONG Springfield. Tenn. ' ' CATHARINE MARTIN Yale. Ill. WILLIS NOBLE Graei-Hngsr, la. CHARLES MCCLU RE McKenzie. Tenn. CHARLES MATLOCK, Soufh PiH'sl:urg, Tenn. MAUREEN MCCLU RE McKenzie, Tenn. Jr. ROSS MILAM . McKenzie, Tenn. EVADINE RAMSAY OPAL RICHEE McKenzie. Tenn. Gleason. enn. ' ' cb-...LQLQ NX, Aly, ,. - 1, S- A J.D.McG-EHEE Gleason. Tenn. MILDA MUENZLER Three Rivers, Tex. MARGARET ROLLINS Mulan, Tenn. e P Y 1 X 'Rf 9 A SOP!-IOMORES , 1 T v miditlab. A fvftul. L 716 . f"7"" f.....' Q' 9' 7"""?f""" N ' , A T 7 O A I 'L :U 1- 7'a.c0bo Afuaov. --.- -1 ' A-1 ' A MILDRED ROSS VANCE SHULT2 '- " ALEEN SPAIN V LOUISE STALLCUP Milan, Tenn. Alba. Tex. Cedar Grove, Tenn. Gleason. Tenn. ETHELYN TAYLOR WANONA TAYLOR MARY FRANCES TRULA MAE WALL Milan, Tenn. Jerico Springs. Mo. THOMPSON Yuma. TSM. wn.uAM WATSON WILLIAM wr-me S""'0"' Tm' Nushville. Tenn. - Hunfingdon, Tenn. CORRINE WHITTENBURG Oolfewah, Tenn. 27 ALMA MATER On McKenzie's nor+hern border Reared againsf fhe sky Proudly sfancls our Alma Maier As fhe years go by. Cherished by our sons forever Memories sweel' shall fhrong Round our hearls. O Alma Maier As we sing fhis song. Then farewell. dear Alma Maier. May Thy name we pray Be reverenced ever pure and sfainless As if is foday. Chorus Forward ever be our wafchword Conquer and prevail Hail +o +hee. our Alma Maler Belhel. hail. all hail! 28 n Anlu " ., Q .' If '1 9 I " l Q 75, I ga ...- xv I D 'MW I .EEZ V H hk + dk 'fhk +. -A'trl. FRESI-IMEN ' ,n 'px--.ka vI, J' 1, v V IL Lv, - U A , .Xl i WT. r J. , , , . 1 - ZL','Af'Q '- wins- ' ' F 5,5575 ' ' W3 Ig' 3' .'7 A 8 . I 1 ' I V. -' ' A yy-I 3 , ,M mg I ,, 4 X, My-fwfu N- I ""' T, I ' H 3:51. TR T '19 - .. ' ' 4 I, ' MI T' . EL I .f ,1 1-"M'1 41-I 'I-S A, X . .. Rf-Y-1------R-M: , . " ' L " ' ll: X, f A --.. R ' 'u,.'.i:'1III 3- REI ix, I I . I I if gi?-I I - - :.,T: . T gf-3 I A 152 - A 'p""ci I 1 ' ,IRI '. I -f 2 I 'I I 'R -., - '- 1 , vr I ' N I 'T' JAMES ABERNATI-IY DOROTHY TAYLOR HOUSTON BIXLER - Pulaski. Tenn. Brucefon, Tenn. Old Hickory, Tenn, Presidenf Sec.-Treas. Pres. OLIVIA BUCK gy.,-'3"" RUTH BRASHEAR VIRGINIA BRASHEAR FRANK BRYANT Ramer, Tenn. , ' ,, McKenzie. Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. IdIewiId. Tenn. CLEETIS CLEMENS K ,,....PATRICIA CARLTON EDITH CARTER RAYMOND CHILDERS Paducah. Ky. -.Q . LMJLI-Iunfingdon. Tenn. Hunfingdon. Tenn. 9oaImonI', Tenn. LEONARD HANCQCKVHV- I l 'Ldv-,MARY NELLE DAVIS WADE DEVAULT LOUISE DYE Morrison, Tenn. I 1 " ' .I J Gadsden. Tenn. Bruceion, Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. 'I ' ' ' fl 1, 41, , f ici.-A A 3 T, 2MM"""" 7f wgum -4270+-f'-1 K FR ES IVI E N xA.V. -'ff' . , T. 2. . -A.. f'- x. ,. Z,.A,., so 'IX 'L ' I u Q 3 l ' I 'hw 4.4-1' . I , I I am! LM IK 1 .1 ' Ii' will ,gJ.l4J-! :Alai 4 35" ' ' 'ilzar I 1 ' If ' , , e v.. -- '- L1-in , 1 ' sm I3 in V d' 'A 9 ' I ,. I. ,552 f I -3 ? ' .A ' vi P' 81 9 N I I ' ' .. 2 Ig, N.. I gy 'g i I, 23' , . I I , A , Wlwy ,f,,. ,.,.,gw,. . ,Qi ,q 'rf' I , N I .wi 'Qk'16 ,,,,, R A I' 'KL 'IL1-.1 a. ,MV ,. wif, v,,r, .. X51 I J , - A I I- . T I ' ' 4 - ' . 2 . -4 K N 1' Q A If Q' , If : " 5 I E' . , I Qty., X ,AW 5 H . , VM , f-fig. if , 1 Q f . , ' " ,, U ml B 3g ' gzfgfl . Y. 152 . - I . ,Q kuqu " V 'iff U '- .. '.w44 V . ANNA BELLE HARRIS NOVIL HICKS THOMAS I-IIGHERS ROBERTA HOLLADAY Charloffe, Tenn. Mansfield. Tenn. Dixon Springs, Tenn. Huniingdon, Tenn. CHARLES HUESTIS MRS. CHARLES HUESTIS JOE BEN IRBY MARGARET JENKINS Tampa, Fla. Tampa. Fla. Winnsboro. Tex. Hunfingdon. Tenn. CHARLEY JORDAN SAM KEE MILDRED KING WYLY LASHLEE Knoxville, Tenn. Buena Visfa, Tenn. Hunfingdon, Tenn. Camden, Tenn. ELMER LESLIE VAL DEAN MADDOX FRANK MALIN JACK MERRICK Wesfporf, Tenn. Hunfingdon, Tenn. Holloday. Tenn. Wesfporf. Tenn. FRESH MEN Q ' . I . I ' ' V 'Ff if . ' ' 1,1 , L 9 Q E 'ix ,Y A ' Y I :T ' Q - X Ti . I Q. fi 4-f I I V , Mg L MWC ' I I ' Q m f ' I , r: X.: .1 . Q Q' Q. E ' A ., ' l ' , E 23 Y U A E - wr IJ ..... R, xv, pq- - K ' ,Q V ,A.,,f',., f ,r ,V-' --f ' 4 ..- , , .nw-V. x K -F-.NL-J,-L, ff I X ,ll kt ,Fil , , .' .. . 3 Q7 JA' E !'Iff""' . 1 ' , ff, ,, ,, X E ' f' ' GRAY MOORE JAMES MORELOCK THOMAS MOORE I EDMUND NUSSBAUM McKenzie, Tenn. McKenzie. Tenn. Kansas Cify. MO- Tracy CNY. TSM- WILLIAM OWEN HARRY PADGETT WENDELL POWELL CORNELIA ROBINSON Linden. Tenn. McKenzie. Tenn. IdI0WiICI. Tenn. McKenzie. TBM1- OTWAY SEYMOUR THOMAS SLOAN RALPH SMITH HAROLD SPRINGER Buchanan. Tenn. Whiffhorne. Tenn. Hurlfingdon. Tenn- Midlofhfdh. TOX- RUBY STEELE MARJORIE TAYLOR WILLIAM THOMPSON NOLAN TUCKER Gleason. Tenn. Hunfingdon, Tenn. MCKSHZIB. Tenn. Milan. Tenn. II: R E S H IVI E N 32 I - - "f fi. , .--f',1 .1,':,j gl W I. , 1 . .f A, V FI? E S I-IvTVI"EfIXI'i 14 -' ' I A,i:.-:Mill A.J.1y Q , Q Q' -'JV - I IN , ,D . I M ' 1199 -fi' liji , . .- g. K Q f . .1 ,WIA . ,WI , H . - A ii' ifi.-'fi . A.. -1 - Af I ' T 'f'ffI. 2231? I ' ,MQ ' . Q 1 ,Q,cAL , -Qftragzzf' ' - 2154 i "'3:?"' I' 36451 1,5551 ui. Ti-'LEA -arg ..,, 'I -,Q Z .-,gin 'AI O ' "fl 2 ,, RAYMOND WELDON CARLEEN WIGGINS JAMES C. WILLETT Gieason, Tenn. McKenzie, Tenn. Afhens, La, ALBERT B. WOOD KERMIT WOOTEN VIRGINIA YOUNG Yuma. Tenn. Brownsville, Tex. Lavinia, Tenn. 5441! JfjA.::ffu.4 ' Jumoks fWM"n"f'L 'Al -7 FRESHMEN -1 Cafherine Allcoclr. I-owes. Kg. W 0 6 Ze D. Akin, Trezevanf, Tenn. William Derringfon, Big San y. Tenn. Cecii Bishop. Dechari, Tenn. ,Iqouiseh I':1jIdhCI. gcliengie, Te-nn. Coriley Burroughs, Fayeffeviiie, Tenn. ersc e ones, reen rier, enn. T. W. Carl, Big Sandy, Tenn. I'2leIinhI1.oo5:er,k5JaidaneIIef Arlc. Amie Chandler, Haugeoille, AIu. e oo y, c enzie, enn. A eri D ' . Afw ,T . Hughsfon Peyfvn. Dalfcn. Ky. Les+er Elgifknoxviiie, T:rIiII. I-Isghsion PagIonaDaIIon, Ky. Frankie Garreif, McKenzie, Tenn. Mi re Presson, am en,-Tenn. Alvin Jackson. Gadsden. Tenn. SOPHOMORES Pai' Jusiice, Spear, N. C. - , Percy May, Lurman. Miss. - Denver Anderson. Hunhngdon. Tenn. W' - D - - ' I Baxfer Bafier. Ynma, Tenn. FrmeNo:,:nIAQI:?oiTn+:i:AIIe"Tami' I 4 f P a.,5'??g::1.BL'1-E3sdY- Ian: VU'dsCPm"-Hf'I1 Ha- 1 " A or,uion,n. - 'L Ag.,,' Annie Laurie Phillips, G-Ieason. Tenn. Hecrganlrdsggfwogd? E?5IeSI:'T'enn.j - - Il 5 Hizdsorg Rosebegy. -IMcKenzle. Tenn. I-yds Wahl' McKenzie Tenn' l X , A n , . a , ' ' . ' Mr,-gargegsgadl Tqlckgiiuiel Tenn. The above have no picfures in +he Annuli Sara Jean Westbrook, Drew, Miss. J -f,...:..., ,,Qi2.I,..:..k G-sg ',-L - I I 6 7"'S"'74"-75.nu...,0 Tl-IEOLOGICAL STUDENTS JAMES L, BRIDGES Monfevallo, Ala. M' !,v+l,3lMlllllT"l MQW fi' E . Q mffilfig P. O. DAVIDSON LEE POPE WARD Jackson, Tenn. Lg! Jn N X.,-KX' CHARLES E. ZAP Evansville, Ind. lEnrolled Fall Q 34 Dallas.Tex. . f file' Q - fxlunl' A fill-4-9! ' K I K . ,P , - A ' . ' ,. .vt f f nl, Cnc rx' I Q f f- - ,gz:ftjf,rL,LL.f21'iKffL"'fl rf .gy VV . gf. f' 171. .fxctc-7.1 z4""L ffm 1 A 1 -. Ny X., P uarlerl ,f ' gk X W 6? M Xxymxx QM.. vw". X Q sw f Y YZ Y tv, , N . 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T reasurer James Abernulhy Thelma Jennings James Bridges Wilson Keenan Waller Chesnul' Dan Kenner Ben EvereH' Emery Newman Bill Holloman Willis Noble The Sfudenf Council is composed of a represenlalive from each class and organiza- 'rion on lhe campus. lls purpose is 'lo acl as a voice for sludenl opinion on all maHers of vilal concern lo 'fha sludenl body, lo acl as a medialor befween 'Phe adminislra- lion and llwe sfudenl body. and lo sponsor acfivilies in 'lhe name of lhe sludenl body. 37 BAND A. S. RUDOLPH ..... ............ , ..... B andmasler SAM BOAZ ..... .... D rum Mayor Trumpefs Barilones Willis Noble Clarence Graham Horace Snipes Ray Palmer Trombone N Flufa Theron Rus? Ann Leong Clarinels Piccolo Virginia Brashear Evadine Ramsay Mary Frances Thompson Wancna Taylor James Black Vaughn Crawford Charles Muzzall Saxophone: Kafhryn Milrel Doris Hearn Dan Kenner Dee Crouse Edna Sparks 38 Nell Granada Alfos Rebecca Davis Palsy Childress Drums R Th Pe pe Jalmes Cghilclress Louise Holland Bass Horns Emery Newman P. O. Davidson Clark Mann ORCHESTRA A. S. RUDOLPH ..,. ............ ,....,.. ........ . . D nrecfor REBA OLIVER ... .. Firsi Violins Clarineis Edna Parlrs Wanona Taylor Madge Boaz James Black Louise Dye Vaughn Crawford Obligaio Trumpel Jean Evans Willis Noble Finley Mann Anas Second Violins Evadine Ramsay Fronlr Giardina Pofsy Childress T. E. Terrill Drum Cello C. A. Messick Rulh Pepper Bess Violin Charles Muzzall BETHEL COLLEGE CHORUS Diracfor-A. S. RUDOLPH' Accompanisl-REBA OLIVER Sopranos Alfqg Lena Sue Aclclen Pelricia Cerlfon Julia Chumbler Rebecca Davis Mrs. Charles Heusfis Margarei' Ann Jenkins Myra June Shelfon Mary Frances Thompson Tenor: Turner Clinard P. O. Davidson Dan Kenner Willis Noble Sam Prince Kermir Wooren Edifh Carler Annie Kale l-lendren Rebecca Mcllwain Milda Muenzler Edna Parks Evadine Ramsay Opal Richee Wanona Taylor Charles Heuslis Bill Holloman Claude Johnson James Moreloclc Emery Newman Vance Shulh John S. Smilh Horace Snipes Harold Springer I1.ii.uvin1f":liI f' ff Wu-ml Tall Ml 1' 'mf ', lil' Ml-lu li'il lllll T' . ll 'tglgllll will ix-lfl' 1 yi 'llllll illlmlllff 2 Q' 2 9 fa .X 'L T T T 4 Ll. A PUNCH AND JUDY DRAMATIC CLUB WILSON KEENAN .,......... MYRA JUNE SHELTON ... MARSHALL STEWART .,.. WALTER CHESNUT ..... EMILY ABERNATHY .... JULIA CHUMBLER Turner Clinard Dee Crouse Florence File Anna Belle Harris Mary Irwin Dan Kenner Rufh Killebrew J. D. McGehee Rebecca Mcllwain Bernice McKain ............,....,,......,...........Presidenf ....Vice Presidem' ,. . . . . . , .Sec.-Trees. Slage Manager ..,,....Cosfumer ......,.Sponsor Olefn Miller Edna Parks Sam Prince Margarei' Rollins Vance Shuliz John S. Smifh John Speer Harold Springer Louise Siallcup Cullen Willefl' The Dramafic Club was unusually acfive ihis year. The members of +l1e Club gave fwo one-acl Flays, SHAM and THE EXCHANGE, and one fhree-ac? play. ONE MAD NIGHT. If a so sponsored iwo Shakespearean plays. MACBETH and OTHELLO which were presenfecl by 'rhe Avon Players. BEN EVERETT ...................,.,,., .....,.,.........,.......... P residenl MlLDA MUENZLER ,,... .... V ice Presidenl' RUTH KILLEBREW ..,. ..... S ec.-Treas. T. E. TERRILL ..... Gr- EQ! The German Club is a compara- lively new organizcrlion. If was formed for lhe purpose of sfudying German cusloms, gainin grealer fluency in fha use of fhe iangua e, and for a beffer undersfanding cn? German cul- lure. The club has presenled many inferesling pro rams of German lif- sralure and ?ollc-songs and holds monfhly meelings in which German is spoken. 6' . . . .Sponsor Robbie Brashear Bill Hollomon Mary Irwin J. D. McGahee Ross Milam Margarel' Rollins C 6' 6 THELMA JENNINGS , . ,............................,...........,, Presiclenf JUANITA BRANTLEY . .. .... Vice Prssidanl' MARY IRWIN ....... ..... S ec.-Treas. LeGRAND TENNIS ..,. ..... Sponsor Mary Frances Aden Virginia Brashear Olivia Buclc Nelle Davis Louise D e Anna Beale I-larris Sam Kee Ann Leong Rebecca Mcllwain Gray Moore Margarel Rollins Aleen Spain Ruby Sieele Marshall Sfewari Wanona Taylor Virginia Young up QQ ow rs fa The French Club is an organizafion formed Ocfober, I936. ll is spon- sored by lhe head of fhe Modern Language Deparfmenf and composed of fhcse sfudenis especially infer- esfed in acquainfing fhemselves wilh French life, music, arf, and conversa- fion. ll' yearly sponsors a French movie. Las? year's movie was La Maiernelle and 'rhis year's was Mad- ame Bovary. The recenily organized Scribblers Club had as Hs main obiecfive fhe sponsor- ship of a school newspaper. The name Log Cabin was chosen for The paper and wifhin iwo weeks fhe firsf issue was published. Officers of fhe Club chosen were John Rhodes, President James Black. Vice-President and Pafricia Carl- fon. Secrefary-Treasurer. The newspaper sfaff, headed by co- ediiors Dee Crouse and Charles Ma?- loclc, included such siellar iournalisis as Edna Parks and Dana Burger, sociefy Ediiors: Margarei Rollins and Mary Frances Aden. Feaiure Wrifers: and John Rhodes. Sporis Edifor. Dr. T. E. Terrill, sponsor of +he Club, was also adviser fo The siaff. The ofher members of fha Club were Doris Johnson, Vaughn Crawford. Tom Moore, Edith Carfer, Louise Dye. Sara EvereH. Frank Giardina, Margaref Anne Jenlcins. Charles Jordan, Sam Kee, Val- Dean Maddox. Milda Muenzler. Willis Noble. Marshall Siewari. and Doroihy Taylor. WILSONII-IN WALTER CHESNUT .... ......... P residenf ERNEST KNOX ....... ..,. V ice Presideni' BERNICE MCKAIN ..,. ..... S ec.-Treas. H. B. EVANS .,...... ....., S ponsor J. H. HUNZIKER ..... . . . .Advisor Emily Abernaihy Sam Prince Raymon Burroughs Louise Siallcup Charles Jordan Corinne Whiffenburg Wilson Keenan Cullen Willeff J. D. McGahee Kermif Wooren Rufh Killebrew The Wilsonian Debafe Club is The oldesf sociery on Befhel's Campus, being organf ized in l924. The subieci of infercollegiare debafe 'ihis year was Resolved: "Tha+ 'the Nafional Labor Relafions Board Should Be lmpowered +0 Enforce Arbifraiion of All lndusrrial Dispufesf' The ahirmafive feam consisied of Charles Jordan and Ernesi' Knox, fhe negafive leam of Rayman Burroughs and Walker Chesnuf. These reams debafed Freed- Hardeman. David Lipscomb, Sf. Edward's Universify, Middle Tennessee Shale Teach- er's College, Lambufh. and Ausfin Peay Normal. -If CUMBERLAND CLUB EMERY NEWMAN ........ JOHN SPEER , .... . E. K. REAGIN. ..,. . . JOHN GARDNER ..., Housfon Bixler James Bridges Raymon Burroughs Waller Chesnuf Cleeiis C. Clemens Turner Clinard Vaughn Crawford Ernesl Cross P. O. Davidson Gaylon Denning J. W. Dishman Bums Dralce Annie K. Hendren Charles Heusiis Mrs. Charles Heusiis Finis Hodges Harold Howard Joe Ben lrb Edwin Keasller Wilson Keenan Dan Kenner Ernesl Knox Presideni . . , ,Vice Presidem' Caiherine Marfin Arleigh Mailoclc Charles Malloclc Olefa Miller Warren Mounls Morris Pepper D. W, Perry Sam Prince Vance Shulfz Archie Smilh John S. Smifh Horace Snipes Billy Sparks Harolcl Springer L. L. Thomas Jennie Tom Lee Pope Ward Corinne Whillenb Cullen Willel-l Clarlc Williamson Kermil' Woolen Sponsor Sec.-Treas. urg The Cumberland Club was organized in I926. lf is an organizafion solely for minisierial and missionary sfudenfs. One of fhe fealures of fhe year was ihe' annual laanquei held al' ihe New Soulhern Holel in Jackson. 46 DAN KENNER ......... OLETA MILLER .......,... REBECCA McILWAIN .... L. L. THOMAS .... ,.... Lena Sue Acklen J. R. Boyd James Bridges Olivia Buclc Walfer Chesnuf Ernesf Cross P. O. Davidson John Gardener Anna Belle Harris Annie Kale Hendren Charles Heusfis Finis Hodges Bill Hollomon Harold Howard Mary lrwin Edwin Keasler Wilson Keenan Ernasi- Knox Cafherine Mar+in Arleigh Mailocls Warren Mounis Milda Muenzler Eme Newman Samnhrince Myra June Shelfon Vance Shulh Archie Smirh John S. Smiih Horace Snipes Billy Sparlrs John Speer Harold Springer Wanona Taylor Corinne WhiHenbu Cullen WilleH' Kermil' Woolen Presiden+ . , . .Vice Presidenl' .Sec.-Trees. . . . . .Sponsor V9 . The Sfudeni Volunfeer is a religious orgzanizaiion for lhose non-minisrerial or non- rnissionary sfudenfs who are inferesied in ofh foreign and home missions. If is de- signed fo creafe a friendlier feeling among +he races of fha world. OMEGA PHI il er Founded af Q Colors: Purple and Gold Bslhel COHBQS E 'lw Flower: Talisman Rose I937 4 Q 'ami i11lr 'Q - F II GRAY MOORE Sweefhearl' M EM BERS Harold Howard Charles Jordan Willis Noble Sam Boaz 'V -' " - P. O. Davidson ' 'inf' Lauqlmn Craiuford y J- - U, ' I ousfon Bix er Chas. R. Malloclr. Jr "4l"f'f.f4 ,P ' Turner Clinard ' " Claude Johnson Ernesf Rudder Knox Finis Hodges Frank Giardina Ra mon Burroughs Blale Warren 48 Dan Kenner, Pres. Arlei h Matlock Harold Springer Bill Holloman Wilson Keenan Vance Shulh Archie Smith James aaya Flower-Sunburst Rose 3913i alta Sigma little Sisters Walfer Chesnul, V. P. John S. Smith, Sec. Houghsion Peyion James Abernathy Billie Sparks Cullen Willei Emery Newman John Speer Colors-Black anal Gold Milda Muenxler Annie Kale Hendren June Shelton Jacqueline Sparks Florence Fila Bernice McKain Sara Ann Byrd Evadina Ramsey Virginia Young Wennna Taylor Mary Francis Thompson Rebecca Mcllwain Rebecca Davis Dae Crouse Emily Abernalhy In SepTember. I934 a "CooperaTive Educa- Tional Program" was begun beTween BeThel Col- lege and CCC Co. I4-70. This beginning pro- gram was more or less an experimenT. Only Tour men were admiTTed under The agreemenT. Adviser H. L. PALMER The success of These men in Their school work and camp duTies was so greaf ThaT oThers were aHracTed by iT. and The program had To be expanded. The number of sTudenTs has gradually increased unTil Today ThirTy men are parTicipaTing. By Taking one correspondence course along wiTh The regular college work. one is able To compleTe a year's college work in one calendar year. A recenl' check oT The men who previously Took some pad' in This program reveals ThaT nineTy percenT are eiTher holding good posiTions or conTinuing Their Training in oTher insTiTuTions oT higher learning. We hope ThaT we, who are now aT'Tending BeThel College. will be able To uphold The sTandard seT by These Tormer sTudenTs. This page would, indeed, be incompleTe wiThouT some menTion of The 'founder oT This. The TirsT program of iTs kind in The CCC. We wish To express our sinceresT appreciaTion To Professor H. L. Palmer who has devoTed his unTiring eTForT To make iT possible Tor us To parTicipaTe in This splendid program. -J. D. GuThrie and Raymond Childers 50 C C C CLUB Leff fo right BoHom row: William Wafson, Charles McClure, Elmer Leslie, Frank Bryanf, Thomas Sloan, Thomas Highers, A. B. Wood. Edmund Nussbaum, Roberl Black- burn. Middle Row: Adviser, H. L. Palmer, Novel Hicks, William Thompson, Wade DeVaul+. Wendell Powell. Nolen Tucker, Waller Housfon. Alvis Holladay, Ofway Seymour, Harry Padgeff. Frank Malin. To row: William Owen. Raymond Weldon. Jaclc Merrick, Eeonard Hancock. Ray- mond Childers. J. D. Guihrie, Ralph Smiih, Wyly Lashlee. lNo1' shown: Alvin Jaclcson and Pal Jusfice.l ,N .i Fx A l Mlm il 1 -Q' rw E if Q .5 IEI IEQI UI is S Qlliilill l::l::n :: 43 ,J Q 'A' '-i7zgffz5fz:':mf21 3 4: Qfhel QQXWQ 1 vi UQ ' r y 1 1 4 1? ll V, ,v I .I ul- s ' v I LQ . ix' . wi 'IM lllh X xxivi W wcq .m. W o 1 xi i Mi' iff + n lg UN img ll M 'au ww L -.Mfg ,JJ f'IlU1I1aE" QV 1 1 i BASKETBALL RESUME Lack of maierial and inexperience may be said 'ro characferizs The I938 quinfef. Wifh a small squad, many of whom had played lilile or no baskelball, Coach Leo Davis was faced by one of The foughesi schedules in fhe school's hisfory. The feam did nearly everyihing well buf failed fo develop a winning punch. The boys have worked hard, have always exhibifed fhe fradifional Beihel spirit and oflen oufplnyed fheir opponenfs only fo come oul of 'lhe fray af fhe shorf end of The score. With 'rhe assurance ihaf pracficelly all This year's 'leam will refurn, Coach Davis is expecling fha I939 season fo be a highly successful one. The Corporals will definifely be in fhe M. V. C. race. Those receiving leHers were: Johnson, Noble, Housion, Boaz, Pullen. Bixler, Aber- naihy, Spear, Knox, and Willef. 54 i l BASEBALL PROSPECTS Belhel has always had championship baseball leams. Ofien finding compelilion in ihe Mississippi Valley Conference loo slow, fhe Corporals have mei and delealed such oui-of-fhe-conference foes as Vanderbilt Murray Siaie. and Tennessee Poly. To hold up such a record, year alier year, requires well-coached. hard hiiiing leams. Prospecis are very promising for anolher winning club. As we go fo press. Coach Davis informs us lhaf no posiiions are clinched buf Thai ihe probable lineup will be as follows: Clark, Isl: Milam, Znd: Derringfon, shorfsiop: Seymour, 3rd and piicherg Dellinger, calcher: Brashear and Croclcei piichers. Those compeiing for posiiions in The ouflield are: While, Knox, Abernaihy. l-louslon. Springer, Thomas, and Willeif. 75 INTRAMURAL The inframural program af Befhel is arranged so 'rhaf every sfudenf has an oppor- funify io parficipde in some form of afhlefic ac?ivi+y. Each year more acriviiies are added. Sfudenrs may now fake par? in fennis. soffball, volleyball, horseshoe pifching, ping pong. archery. baseball. baskefball. and fooiball. Rivalry among ihe differenf organizafions make fhe program a very inferesfing one. Here are some scenes 'ralcen from ihe various acfivifies. 3 I f 56 I ' Y' 1 . 'iiiiaase------rmfffffisssag-fi:: ::::::: ilrllliiiif I I- nlllllll Il: num Iggllllll nun llllll glllllllllll lil lllllllll 5 I I "....ggVIllllll::nluIIll lllllgxx ' A K '75 so c :ff With Coach Davis' announcemenf fha? Belhel would resume infercollegiafe com- pehlion. Tennis has become a more imporfanf fealure of The Spring alhlefic program. Befhel did no'r have a 'tennis leam in I937, buf in fhe years before 'lhen fhe Corpor- als were always in 'the 'Thick of fha race-for fhe M.V.C. cup. Wiih a weal+h of male- rial, and The addilion of ano+her courf. ihus providing exira preclice facililies, this season should be befler than ever before. Such performers as Ben Evereff, Dan Kenner, and James Black make 'rhe selecfion of lhe number one singles player especially difficult Eifher of ihe Three can be relied upon fo win many vicfories for Belhel. Aspiranis for ihe doubles feams include Bill Hollomon, Arleigh Maflock, Sam Boaz, Robbie Breshear. Turner Clinard and Kermif Woolen. 57 IN APPRECIATION The Editor ana' Business Manager Wish to Thank: TI-IE ADMINISTRATION for Hs financiaI supporf. wiihouf which Ihis pubIicaI'ion wouId have been impossible. THE STUDENT BODY for Hs cooperafion in subscribing prac- Iically one-hundred percenf for 'rhe book. THOSE MEMBERS OF THE STAFF who did fheir par? In This momen+ous Iask. DON'T YOU LIKE IT? To Those whom we have offended in Ihis our brain child we offer our profoundesi' apoIogies. To fhose who appreciafe our efforfs, we humbIy avow our life-Iong friendship and assure you 'IhaI' we are-graieful. To 'rhose who read and care not nor Iake offense, nor are pleased: we hope you are 'ihe same. To The Refs who sfrain 'their eyes looking for 'Iheir piciures. we invife you Io help us sfrain ours Iook- ing for The phofographer who Ieff us in fhe Iurch. THE STAFF. ss ,', U11 1 in 5 4 L! i g A.-'3 W? 1 ffibfg 'fi-21 dam ,X I 2 M, K w , l H 4 'YN W f X I W ll V Af? W I FEAT U R E S Iwi W yi , llgi UL!! ki' ml w M q . l U :N ' ., w 1 , , l'.- 4 , fl ll r T , wx ntl II wx ,I + V59 5 5 i Q 2 WI? , 1-A -I , 'O J' , v l I ' v I1 I -N1 . , E, M, '1 N, 'f Q ?4l3' A Wx f ini 6? " on , 1 ' ..' 1 ugh M eCampus Favor-ales N John Best All An-ounef Boy Du- Dan Kenner- Mosf Beautiful Most Hanisome. Amji::"' " b '-23-14 Emily Abernathy P' , if Best All Around Girl ' ' '20 V ' z e i p We Q n e 1 ww-M Ben Everett' , e Rebecca Davls WT-Wah most Popular Bef Mast Popular- Girlafgag Qampus favorites and beaufies were selecfed by fhe .sfudenf bodgf in a popular elechon sponsored by The All-Sfudenis Club. The elechon was hel m a manner Mm 501211 which prevenfed 'Phe enfrance of polifics info H, and a frue vofe of +he sfudenf body I was 'thereby obfained. 60 Am? I JE 3 ' rf: UL "T'.,,A:g Vw ' ll I A I. 'Sf I if B5 NN ...L,?i- 7. :.- -.. 1 5- ,.. 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