Cumberland University - Phoenix Yearbook (Lebanon, TN)

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If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. Henry David Thoreau to your own drummer thirty-one ] thirty-two late again ' ' ■ iMM|-|iiii after class thirty-three ' % A ' - thirty-four you be you i jjj H ' - " iQ 21K3IV 1 do my thing, and you do your thing. ; , I am not in fhis world to live up Fo your expectations And you are not in this world to (ive up s Sw to mine. % JM You are you and 1 am 1, , And if by chance ' we find each other, it ' s beautiful. V ■ Frederick S. Perls be me thirty-five thirty-six there are tears . I walked out under the sky tonight To look at stars And there were none. Maybe I ' ll walk out under the sky tomorrow To see clouds And see the sun. Things have funny ways of changing From good to bad — And bad to good. We can wait for happiness to come. We really can. And we should. Even now I look out my window. There are raindrops On the outer glass. The reflections look like stars. I knew the stars would come. If I waited. , with the smiles thirty-seven w • ( thirty-eight you are perfect . !W ' ' I iiend, don ' t be a |]Rme€Ti on ist. KerTectionfi is a curse and a strain. For you tremble iest you miss Ine bull ' s-eye. You are perfect if you let be. Friend, don ' t be afraid of mistakes. Mistakes are not sins. Mistakes are ways of doing something different, perhaps creatively new. Friend, don ' t be sorry for your mistakes. Be proud of them. You had the courage to give something of yourself. It takes years to be centered; it takes more years to understand and to be now. Until then, beware of both extremes, perfectionism |as well as instant cure, instant joy, instant sensory awareness. Until then, beware of any helpers. Helpers are con-men who promise something for nothing. They spoil you and keep you dependent and immature, Frederick S. Perls . if you let be thirty-nine forty which way? ' c s»-- which way? forty-one ni sini KA I A G O PLACIDLY AMID THE NOISE HASTE, REMEMBER WHAT PEACE THERE MAY BE IN SILENCE. AS FAR AS POSSIBLE WITHOLTT surrendfr be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly clearly; and listen to others, even the dull ignorant; they too have their stor ' . t » Avoid loud aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain bitter; for always there will be greater lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. )•» Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world IS full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism. Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity disenchantment it is perennial as the grass. !•» Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be tjcncle with yourself. ) You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees the stars; you have a richt to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is un- folding as it should. )•» Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be. and n lutcvcr vour labors aspirations, in the noisy contusion of life keep peace with your soul, With all its sham, drudgery broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. J»» J FOl ' Nri IN OLP SAINT PAIL S rUl ' RCH BALTIMORF DATED 1691 forty-two it ' s a beautiful world be thankful forty-three forty-four my life My life is but a minute in the infinite hour of time. But i ' ll try not to tarry though there ore things that i want to feel, experience, that others have not had time for. P(ige fpn ottsfe r n L J Paste 0 16 fifi ifi . forty-six egotists pie forty-seven ■ " H f i ■ ■nHfe -- ' ' R % -1 V L Ifc V % .f- - : t _ B 1 »«H| f ■ ' " ' . t IP Ki forty-eight special Hmes Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined Thai Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous lo Your He h keep them that way forty-nine Cxjjniimijotjxij fifty distinction Dave 7if)to« (i»ji Btuixi bm Bu£fe i cutiv TtuSfeftS David K. Wilson Chairman of the Board Hoyal Johnson Vice Chairman of the Board Sam S. Bone Chairman, Buildings and Grounds Committee Winstead P. Bone Jr. Member-at-Large Roy O. Crips Chairman, Finance Committee Dortch Oldham Chairman, Alumni Committee W. M. Regen Chairman, Education Committee Alfred A. Adams George Allen George Armstrong Walter J. Baird William D. Baird Clarence Beaman Jack Bixler James L. Bomar Robert C. Bone, M.D. Bascom Cooksey Jr. Henry Counts Guilford Dudley Jr. Mrs. Howard K. Edgerton Joe L. Evins, Congressman J. Bill Frame Eugene Hester Erby L. Jerikins Miller Kimbrough Sr. James C. Lewis Charles D. Loyd John D. Murchison Vance Orr Edward Potter Jr. Athens Clay Pullias Neil Robertson William A. Smith Harry Vise distinction fifty-one ' ' ' fifly-»wo royolty BasM)a u «fi!tke(uts L 1 " PW FM V r Cf H V V ; ' 1 w •i 1? H f • f WWWWi f Karen Newton Vickie Knowles Barbara Ann Butts Lillian Winton royalty fifty-three Jenny Lasater Debbie Lowry Charlene Boyd Judy Tomlinson Patsy Lineberry Glenna Lacy Alice Beasley Pam Blankenship fifty-four photogenic photogenic fifty-five STEVE AAALONE BARBARA ANN Buns U fciv ' S Wko u u A wfi ticft i JumX(vi Cofifeges Not Pictured MIKE HARRIS RON BARRY TINKER KELLY DAVE TIPTON LIHLE SUSIE CLARK JANA HERRERA DEBBIE CREECY Not Pictured TIM HARRIS BALLARD VICKIE KNOWLES favorites fifty-nine Ron Meyer Sophomore President Cam Preus Freshman Secretary Not Pictured Bob Hallidoy Freshman Vice-President sixty officers Mary Belle Melvin omore Secretary David Yates Sophomore Vice-President officers sixty-one ' 72 W0EMP6 Qoplu Mcn6B — Uah Cttsifi Ckjik CM)S — Becfey Joaes Cta — A»u Pu , Je uiy S i fe« Much thanks goes out to all who helped get this year ' s PHOENIX ready for publication. The sponsors have given us much needed support and freedom. We can never thank Mr. Dressier enough for his special effect photography. Many thanks to our financial sponsors, too. The following students are responsible for creative writing in the photo essay: Sue Tanner, Charlene Boyd. sixty-two the credif It Iloadid? uw for wnturlrs and then burn ll«.)( to d nlh. only to rtao «Ha n ycmn« Hn.1 Mrong from Its own uKhes " " r I k i i " " T " ' " ' ■ ' " ' " " ' " i ' .nlurii-.. until lfl«t yc T r cldcU U. burn iLsdf ,o do.th. Ai.„o«. .vl-ron. .«reill ' • last year « yt-arbock w« thf worM publication In £e hlsU y te ' fti; ' " ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' " " 1 ' «n " iy album of two br„S J ana ItKlr thri-e or four best frlt-ntla. , TTie annual waii «Imo.Ht scrappttl U.b year, with a maKanno due to l ike II. pla.x- liul, lo and bt-h.ld. ihr I b-y canif to the rcHcuro. as rat-ul.y fl, vl«o Jin, ' Dr«.s|er. Carol Andorson, atKl Cyn.hi. Todd work. dUlgcntly, lb to give Uic Phoenix anolhiT ihnmc to ri.si- ou( I of II ashcK. However, since tht- three " inuvketecrs " took cburKc the staff ha.s underKoru- a major shakeup. including the release A the busbieaa manuRer. who sUM doesn ' t know why he was asked tu vacate the prcmht-s. lie had sold twice a i many ads as anyofie else. Next, thi- Uirec ptxiple who were to be cv-cdltors quickly melted into one, who oddly enouKh was one of the five or six who apptJired on aliiiust every pajji- of last year ' s farce. She ' s u (lood friend of the advisors, by the way. I . Now, " aunpus Life " hai bwn deslynaled as the theme for I this year ' s annual. What aljout the commuters,? " Oh, we ' ll I f hiiveaplctureortwoof the parking lot, " stated Mr. Dressier to one of the frfiotographers. We will assume he was jcAUifi. Tt c student editor tias also announced that a " new " coo- , eept will be used thi.s year, an all-picture book containing originjil wrUlnjjs and drnwingK, plus photos by other BtudenlK, " It Is our goal to produce a picture essay of your days here at Cumberland. " Miss Boyd has said. l.ook at last year ' s book. Charlenc, It didn ' t work. Tw enty years from now we will all look back at our school days, opening the annual to rekindle our memories. " Oh, look, " we ' ll say, " I ' hcrc ' s a picture nr..,uh..,cr...whois that, anyway? " Without any writing, we ' ll all forget each other. However, the annual staff in apparently too lazy to write anything; they - jusi want to measure pictures and play with their power. Fellow studcnlJi, join Ihc Brigade for a Belter Bird, Ut the annual stitff know what you w int In your yearbook. Don ' t let IhCTn (or her. as the case may be) kill your chances ol remembering your college days. The BBB wanLs us all to cherish these days. Let Ihem know about It. Ujt ' s make OUK annual the boBl poftslble publication It can be. At the present rote of deterioration, you should start saving | your newspapers, bccau.w you ' ll have nothing Ictt lo remember thLt place by. ft ' s W •— — • 1 • t I Fw PcwtTuxv m i :i-:m s-? sixly-four tuming point mm J PojiJbTwo sixty-five part two mk Fran Adams Roger Alley Greg Askins Angela Boird Ed Barnwell Alice Beesley Kim Bennett Gary Beard m Ronnie Blevins L Charlene Boyd David Bradshaw sixty-seven sophomores Cof {iotMivte Cte If i Lm III! MmMM James Bradshaw Sam Burton Steve Brown Barbara Ann Butts Bill Burrows Wanda Coe Jim Burrow David Farmer sophomores sixty-six QopkoinuOXj Chj Jim Fitzgerald Jon Hall Leung, Hoi Chung Mary Belle Melvin sixty-nine 7 sophomores sophomores sixly-eight Copkcmcnj CkiJ Nancy Rowe Ronnie Scudder Lindi Ruth Larry Summers Sue Tanner Phil Thompson Tony Telford Ralph Thompson Dove Tipton Jody Trotmon seventy-one sophomores - A Bubba Trotman Ronald Watkins - Brenda Wiggins David Yates Joyce Walker Tonn Walton Peggy Watts Winton Young sophomores seventy Sherree Bagwell Duke Barnes Gail Barnes Marsha Biller Pam Blankenship Lynn Bugg Deborah Cannon I Piesfuvuiw Cfiftss Debby Carson 7 seventy-three freshmen S «v. i iife Little Susie Clark Rob Cooper Deborah Creecy Marvin Davis Doug Earl S}wBi i freshmen seventy-two Jane Ann Edenfield Mike Ellis Joe Eskew Mike Frye Phillip Gann Bill Garmon Jenny Gatlin Pam Gentry Deborah Graves Brenda Green seventy-five freshmen ' " »-Vialli •• ' - j - . Carey Griffin Deborah Guthrie Gary Grooms Phil Hall Jackie Grundy Susan Honey FifiSfuMAw CAwS James Haralson Bill Hoskins Randy Harrison Heloise Howard Mary Harf Pam Hurley freshmen seventy-four Steve Hurt David King Debbie Lowrle Donna Metcalfe seventy-seven freshmen FiesfuwOM C ws Cindy Morgan Joy Neal Jackie Newby Denise Officer Oren Oliver III , f iSR) lv J •J I ' l HF ■J fsmim- Tis freshmen seventy-six Walter Parkhurst Chip Riddle Deborah Smith Linda Stowers Nancy Phillips Sidney Rogers Quintin Smith Kay Taylor Cam Preus Becky Scott Shelley Stoker John Turney Ann Pugh Susan Skelton Mary Stewart Tippy Waller Eddie Richardson Evelyn Sloan Danny Stockton Mark Walling fmkiwOM Chs seventy-nine freshmen David Lee Jerry Moss Brownie Vonfrease Radford West Steven Wilson Lillian Winton 1 3 freshmen seventy-eight ydjindt lsinja ERNEST L. STOCKTON, President B.A., Cumberland University, M.A., Peabody, LL.D., Cumberland University, L.H.D. Oklahoma Christian, Additional Study, Peabody and Vanderbilt. I- ' T G. FRANK BURNS, Director of Public Relations — English and Journalism B.A., Cumberland University, LL.B., Cumberland University, J.D. Samford, M.A., Peabody, Additional Study, Oxford, Candidate for Ph.D. Degree Vanderbilt. B. P. BURCH, Director of Development B.S., MTSU, M.A., Peabody, Additional Study, Indiana University. THOAAAS F. HARRIS, Assistant to the President — English B.A., Vanderbilt, M.A., Vanderbilt, Additional Study, Vanderbilt eighty-one administration JACK H. HOWARD, Academic Dean, Registrar Mathematics and Science B.S., Maryville College, M.A., Peabody, Additional Study, Emory, Oklahoma State, Oak Ridge Associated University, Vanderbilt DARRYL ROBINSON, Dean of Students Chemistry B.A., Vanderbilt, M.A., MTSU, Additional Study, Peabody, and University of Tennessee KENNETH HAWKINS, Business Administration B.S., MTSU, M.A., MTSU MERLIN L. SANDERS, Director of Admissions B.A., Henderson State Teachers College, M.A., Peabody, Additional Study, Peabody, University of Arkansas administration eighty IMOGENS B. AHLES, Administrative Secretary and Assistant Registrar B.A., Cumberland University THELMA C. BERRY History B.A., Judson College, M.A., Auburn University CAROL ANN WAGNER, Guidance Counselor, Spanish B.A., M.Ed., Texas Christian College f- ff ' •«!» ' CLEMENT M. EYLER English B.S., University of Georgia, M.A., Columbia University, Ph.D., Peabody, Additional Study, Yale, Harvard, and in England HARVEY L. BROWN, JR. Mathematics B.S., U. S. Military Academy, M.A., Peabody, Additional Study, George Washington University, Peabody eighty-ttiree faculty LUCIE S. BROWN English B.A., Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College, M.A., Peabody, Additional Study, George Washington University, and Peabody fctCuJb JIM DRESSLER Social Science B.A., MTSU, M.A.C.T., University of Tennessee CLIFF ELUS Physical Education A.A., Chipela Junior College, B.S., Florida State, M.Ed., MTSU CAROLINE PERRY CLEVELAND Economics and Government B.S., University of Tennessee, M.A. Peabody, Additional Study, University of Tennessee foculty eighty-two CHARLES GREGORY, Admissions Counselor A.A., Cumberland College, B.S., APSU CAROL BASS, Assistant to the Librarian Florida Christian College AMY BARG Supervisor of Mary White Hall JOY BURKART, Assistant to the Librarian eighty-five faculty and staff DAVID S. LINDSEY Baseball Coach B.S., David Lipscomb College NORRIS JOHNSON Physics B.A., Berry College, M.A., Vanderbilt, Additional Study, Louisiana State H. BERT COBLE Music B.C.M.E., BRE, Southwestern Baptist Seminary, B.A., Belmont College, M.M., University of Colorado, Additional Study, Peabody, University of Virginia MARY CANDLER EYLER Health and Physical Education B.S., Georgia State, M.A., Columbia, Additional Study, Harvard and Peabody BONNIE DeHOFF FAKES, Assistant Director of Admissions B.A., Magic Valley Christian, M.A., MTSU, Additional Study, University of Tennessee and Peabody faculty ond staff eighty-four CYNTHIA TODD, Librarian B.A., MTSU, M.L.S. Peabody wiLAAA B. McDonald Business Administration B.A., Morehead State, M.A., University of Tennessee RALPH T. DONNELL Mathematics B.A., Cumberland University, L.L.B., Cumberland University, M.A., Vanderbilt, Additional Study, Universities of Tennessee and Michigan RUBY H. THORNTON Psychology, Education B.S., TTU, M.S. University of Tennessee, Ed.S., Peabody, Additional Study University of Tennessee and Peabody eighty-seven faculty and staff DOYLE SWAIN Biology and Physical Education B.S., nU, M.S., MTSU ROY MOORE, Custodian W. A. WATKINS, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds CLARRA TANKERSLEY, Cafeteria Manager CARRIE STOCKARD, Bookstore Manager MARY TEMPLETON, Secretary to Business Manager Not Pictured: CATHY McGOVERN Art B.S., University of Tennessee DOROTHY LEE, Secretary to the Director of Admissions SANDRA WILLIS, Secretary to the Academic Dean B.S., Murray State College faculty and staff eighty-six BuM 9 6 U ituutig Ce 3tS0« I Win-Lose 20-5 All-time new percentage record! All-time winning streak record — Ten games: November 21 -January 1 1 Go Dogs! bulldog basketball eighty-eight Coaches Ellis and Swain Gary Gilly Freshman Forward Steve Payne Sophomore Center Sandy Burnett Sophomore Forward ninety-one the men Tinker K elley Freshman Forward the men ninety the men ninety-three Scores CCof T Opponent Dyersburg State Hiwossee Jackson State Aquinas Dyersburg State Roane State Morristown Murfreesboro Frosh Shelby State Walters State Cleveland State Volunteer State Motlow State Aquinas Freed-Hardeman Volunteer State Roane State Morristown Cleveland State Walters State Shelby State Jackson State Motlow State Hiwossee Freed-Hardeman Randy Vanatta Freshman Guard t. £_ James Brift Freshman Guard 72 99 80 72 95 58 76 87 84 59 68 62 76 77 85 78 82 64 73 58 74 70 72 91 84 Harris Gholson Freshman Guard the men ninety-two Lillian Winfon Cam Preus Freight Meyer Brenda Green CJfimJM tJ ninety-five cheerleaders Dave Roberts ' ' fe : r Pam Gentry Bulldog Oebby Graves Mike Frye cheerleaders nrnety-four IkCtJlnii Do not wish to be anything but what you are, and try to be that perfectly. — St. Francis De Sales Sandy Burnett Jim Fitzgerald David Farmer Dave Tipton Phil Hall ninety-seven golf Ron Meyer Craig Powers Jerry Kamis David King Harris Ghoison the future is not a gift, it is a challenge. s4 tennis ninety-six 17 ' ninety-nine hall of fame Marshall Smith Coach Lindsey Jimmy Bradshaw Bennie Jennings Donnie Reese Randy Vanatta Steve Malone Greg Askins Lorry Summer Ronnie Blevins Tim Mitchell David Yates Chip Eggert Denny Lemm Bob Hollidoy Phil Thompson Sidney Rogers Tom Harbison Ron Barry John Gornett % BCtsSMWltiw Bulldog boseball ninety-eight . liifea; one hundred one intramurals intramurals one hundred siiJS one hundred three intramurals intramurols one hundred hvo uu c Music is the mosaic of the air. — Andrew Marvell Music is the only sensual pleasure without vice. — Samuel Johnson Music is feeling, then, not sound. — Wallace Stevens Music is a thing of the soul — a rose-lipped shell that murmurs of the eternal sea — a strange bird singing the songs of another shore. — J. C. Holland Music is the only universal tongue. — Samuel Rogers music one hundred five A Can(ibe fia ui r . ■J id four music jg sa « ».«i.f« »•»• ♦ • ' one hundred seven organizations President Alice Beasley Vice-President Ronald Watkins Secretary Patsy Lineberry Treasurer Mary Belle Melvin Sponsor Lucie Brown Enough, if something from our hands have power to live, and act, and serve the future hour. — Wordsworth J juktmdo President — Mike Harris Vice-President — David Bradshaw Secretary — Greg Askins Sponsor — Dean Darryl Robinson organizations one hundred six SWewfc CouitCifi ' President — Steve Malone Vice-President — Dave Tipton Secretary — Barbara Ann Butts Sponsor — Dean Darryl Robinson one hundred nine organizations President — David Yates Vice- President — Dave Tipton Secretary — Charlene Boyd Sponsor — Dr. Clement Eyier UOWM CowAJCxi Honor is like an island, rugged and v ithout a beach; once we hove left it, we can never return. — Boileau organizaKons one hundred eight Piesettb one hundred eleven drama organization U Mlh fbseti ' s ' ' Wts " Mrs. Alving Nancy Whorton Oswald Mark Sanders Pastor Manders Eddie Mitchell Engstrand Tom Stephens Regine Cindie Morgan Directed by Dr. Clement Eyier Dean Darryl Robinson Stage Phillip Carter Tippie Waller — ■ Costumes and Make-up Carol Wagner Kay Taylor Mary Hart one hundred ten Qbuuij ut t aiUmoJl Bdjui xdloiio k socioil President — Ronald Watkins Vice-President — Maty Belle Melvin Secretary — Joyce Thompson Treasurer — Angela Baird Sponsor — Ruby Thornton one hundred thirteen organizations President — David Bradshaw Vice-Presidenf — Danny Nichols Secretary — Lynn Bugg Quartermaster — Eddie Richardson Sponsor — Norris Johnson R CM) It is the marriage of the soul with Nature that makes the intellect fruitful, and gives birth to imagination. — Thoreau organizations one hundred twelve (w CAJ ioijU)4b The man who follows the crowd, will usually get no further than the crowd. The nnan who walks alone Is likely to find himself in places no one has ever been before. Creativity in living is not without its attendant difficulties, for peculiarity breeds contempt. And the unfortunate thing about being ahead of your time is that when people finally realize you were right, they ' ll say it was obvious all along. You have two choices in life: You can dissolve into the mainstream, or you can be distinct. To be distinct, you must be different. To be different, you must strive to be what no one else but you can be. Alan Ashley Pinmd Qtotff one hundred fifteen Phoenix staff Pnj ldmt ' J jowxi Tohh Dr. Ernest L. Stockton Sponsor Alice Beosley Phi Theta Kappa Karen Newton Girls ' Dorm Barbara Ann Butts Sec. Student Council Charlene Boyd Phoenix Editor Jimmy Luna P " ' Beta Lambda Jimmy Bradshaw Freshman Class Ronald Watkins SNEA John Moorhead Radio Club David Bradshaw Rock Club David Tipton V-Pres. Student Council Steve Malone Pres. Student Council ' II HBSf ' " ' IHt H 9 1 VNmiI L B i ' A ' S? I H Mt« V 8 " ' CwnS JljOMjlWOM U ' CM) President — Jimmy Luna Vice-President — Danny Flatt Secretary — Peggy Watts Treasurer — Linda Reader Publicity Chairman — Steve Brown Sponsor — Wilma McDonald organizations one hundred sixteen Editor — Ron Barry Assistant Editors — Gary Beard Barbara Ann Butts Sponsor — G. Frank Burns President — John Moorhead Vice-President — Ron Barry Secretary — John Whitaker Sponsor — Norris Johnson Picture not available. The best news is when we hear no news. — Donald Lupton one hundred nineteen organizations Psfj CM) President — David Yates Vice-President — Marvin Davis Secretary — Debbie Creecy Sponsor — Carolyn Ellis organizations one hundred eighteen one hundred twenty-one quiet quiet one hundred fwenty one hundred twenty-three our friends THREE BRANCHES TO SERVE YOU LEBANON WATERTOWN MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION our friends one hundred twenty-two l+ ' s as old as man himself, yet as new as this moment or the next, l+ ' s everchanging and somehow ever constant. It ' s stronger than any wall ever built. It overcomes politics and national barriers. It can ' t be blinded by strange customs or blocked by -Foreign languages. It has been written about and analysed by wise men, Yet it has never been defined, and never will be. You can ' t see it or touch it, yet it is everywhere. It survives weakness and neglect, thrives on thoughtfulness. Its possibilities are infinite, its strength limitless. It ' s what makes man human, what makes life worth living. It ' s friendship. COMPLIMENTS OF one hundred twenty-five our friends CARPET WORLD Feafuring " World Carpets " RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • Wallpaper • Vinyl Flooring • Custom Made Draperies For Free Esfimafes . . . 444-7422 1017 W. Main C 127 LEBANON ttapmcumMttiioicMH MMan»u$ moo mou ussmiitit am MOKLUft S23$ mat (ITS MtST »i;t FAIL CITT SIH COLTU %20S IMOWICMt WGK »IH MAT IMt »i iWUi to TOAII Mtr »«4 IICO Jft« Oy 29Pc$Prl « o % w THE PEOPLES BANK y4 COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE LEBANON AND NORENE • DRIVE IN WINDOW " Large Enough To Serve You— Small Enough To Know You " 444-6305 240 W. MAIN ST. LEBANON VtZ2A AUA I I a.m.- 1 I p.m. Sunday-Thursday I I a.m.- 1 2 p.m. Friday-Sa+urday PIZZAS SPAGHETTI TACOS SANDWICHES our friends one hundred twenfy-four ii jssBii;- ae XA. w % i:; Kf - . ORES ■ W- " u w? «» . •■ n - c DR4PER qARlMN STORES " OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY " OUTFl, -■ " : M£H 6. BUYS OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Mni rfi fm mmmmmrififmmimm mmmmmm tn wifirirmnn one hundred twenty-seven our friends TWt SUNSET RKJAURANT Located 231 South " Finest of Food " " Private Banquet Room " Owned Operated by William Robert Hodge REAL ESTATE PRIVATE a AUCTIONS JOHN H. EATHERLY REPRESENTING JOHNSON a HOBBS — REALTORS 525 WEST MAIN STREET LEBANON. TENN. 37087 PHONE: BUSINESS; AAA- 3622 RESIDENCE: 444- 2353 For Expert Jewelry Repair Of Diamond Rings Watches Costume Jewelry Engraving Diamond Setting See ALLSON Jewelers Public Square 444-0815 It ' s the real thing. Coke. Also Bottler ' s of Sprite, Tab, Fresca, Dr. Pepper and Delish Flavors Coca-Cola Bottling Works Lebanon, Tennessee our friends one hundred twenty-six efl fUERLE noRfiifln r ' COSMETIC STUDIO TELEPHONE: 444-6400 CEDARS OF LEBANON SHOPPING CENTER LEBANON. TENNESSEE 37087 COSMETICS — PERFUMES — COLOGNES MENS TOILETRIES — PENNY RICH BRAS NORTH CUMBERLAND ST. 444-2864 LEBANON. TENNESSEE " EAT AT THE PLACE WITH THE BEST COOK IN TOWN " 1320 NASHVILLE PIKE 444-3019 6 a.m.- 10 p.m. HIGHWAY 231 and 1-40 GOODfYEAR 209 EAST HIGH ST. 444-1485 f£NITH WESTINGHOUSE MISS WONDERFUL SHOES FOR LADIES RAND SHOES FOR MEN RED GOOSE SHOES FOR CHILDREN 444-3443 one hundred twenty-nine our friends Czty of LeBoaow W. H. " TEX " MADDOX MAYOR EUGENE STONE 1st ALDERMAN FRANK COLES 2nd ALDERMAN ARTHUR BEESLEY 3rd ALDERMAN DON FRANKLIN 4+h ALDERMAN DON KEATON COMMISSIONER OF FINANCE JESSE COE COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS our friends one hundred twenty-eight Liaao w R e jkjBty Co wf awy Bob Lannom, Realtor 444-63 1 6 133 Public Square Member National Association of Realtors ffjoims by Lynw " Flowers By Lynn Mean Sonnething Special " 1030 West Main Street 444-4633 lA Tod Hartmann Drive Lebanon Tennessee INDUSTRIAL SUBDIVISION INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE 444-0372 LEBANON TENNESSEE one hundred thirty-one our friends A. A- Momc 133 1 2 Public Square Lebanon, Tennessee 444-1980 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. to 1 1 P.M. Fast Service For All Your Food Needs Ice — Food — Soft Drinks " Complete Fountain Service " West Hills Shopping Center 444-7180 Lebanon Tennessee 124 North College Street 444-1281 300 South Tarver Street 444-0524 our friends one hundred thirty FafefiS OMjlUock t buuinJo n OMjI CocJi Lebanon, Tennessee U COR Tfifi _ QtmdoljOu I V House (©)) Lebanon, ' ' ennessee Target Radio AM PM 900 KHZ 107.3 MHK MUSIC NEWS SPORTS 444-0474 li P P one hundred thirty-three our friends Compliments of Specializing in Men ' s Hair Styles Best in Lebanon for Your Hair Care Needs Randy Johnson John Mink Sam Belcher 444-7712 Rx btfi ' s Pas{ao i W(M TEEN QUOP 1019 W. Main St. Lebanon 444-7862 Compliments of Botjcfi SfeeS , fucy. Kingston Springs, Tenn. Grade " A " Pasteurized Milk For Home Delivery Phone 444-1 393 Lebanon, Tennessee A. H. " Jctcfe " PostM Insurance — All Types 2404 Elliston Place Nashville, Tenn, 37203 327-4014 our friends one hundred thirty-two Lebanon, Tennessee Wholesale Food Distributors Fresh — Frozen — Canned Institutional Supplies Lebanon, Tennessee 444-2963 Public Square Lebanon, Tennessee QlMnnS 444-066! Lebanon, Tennessee 102 East Main Lebanon, Tennessee 37087 Phone 444-1963 Your Friendly Neighborhood Variety Store Q ' i Studio " PHOTOGRAPHS THAT PLEASE " Hallmark Greeting Cards Photo-Finishing Cameras On The Square Candles Incense Posters Cards Notes Spanish Decor Puzzles " Gifts for Everyone " THE ORNATE SHOP one hundred thirty-five our ft-iends Compliments of M R e ifeo i , Tmsfefi Ashland Ci+y Tennessee " OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8 " 812 North Cumberland Lebanon, Tennessee f-fofeAxtj WaskotJt dou Open 24 Hours Hwy 231 South Across From Holiday Inn Cedars of Lebanon Shopping Center Lebanon, Tennessee 101 East Market St. Lebanon, Tennessee Wholesale Factory Distributors B LOu(kkouuf Dnua Ov. 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