Emory and Henry College - Sphinx Yearbook (Emory, VA)

 - Class of 1959

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Assistant to the President College Nurse and Alumni Secretary , v.., , uf-+. -- .. . 1- 1 qffntt J . i Nj Mrs. OTT DAVIS Secretary e College Mrs. M. L. HARRIS Assistant Houscmothcr Martha Washington Hall 1- I Q l l E .1 -fn Mrs. NELL FLANARY JULIUS T. GOODMAN, M.D. Housemother College Physician Martha Washington Hall Miss MARARET MCSPADDEN Housemother, Fulton House f 0 Q Jlez -..' l 1 . :-: Z A 2 ll. "1 w 1? - o ,1 K. ll H N' 4 J, V .fi .-3,1 .. . .1 -w-.' 'I ,F-.fi l-av.-. g - .Lv , , 'T' 11.6.23 ' -l ll ,lil . Mill, A . 'LI I r'1:l ',',.Hl mg 5? iz-u is Hly . "":-5 P1 ' ., ,li ' 'il ' E: lv wi' 'w WILLIAM C. MASON, jr., B.D. ARTHUR L. MITCHELL, M.A. HOWARD M. MOORE Chaplain Director of Publicity and Student Recruitment E.R. NAYLOR, Ph.D. Director of Guidance MIS. HELEN A. ORR, IVI.A. and Counseling Assistant Librarian -- -Lf ---- -1- 1-rwf-:f- . w Y i 1- , ll w if Bookkeeper HELEN POWER, B.A. in L.S Librarian Mrs, BILL RHUDY Miss MARTHA ROUSE Secretary Secretary Miss BEVERLY RUSH Miss EDNA MAE SCARBROUGH Mrs. JEANETTE J. SHEFFIELD Stenographer Secretary to the President Recorder V in , 1 .-, '1 t "J Y 7131 VICTOR S. ARMBRISTER, Ph.D Professor of English qs, l WILLIAM H. BAILY, M.E. Head Coach and Assistant Professor of Physical Education EDGAR BINGHAM, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Geography BILLY G. BENNETT, B.S. Instructor in Chemistry Facult Membe Mrs. MARIUS BLESI, M.S. Instructor in French MARIUS BLESI, Ph.D. Professor of English and Fine Arts the College Mrs. RUTH CROUSE, M.A. Assistant Professor of Modem Languages ROY C. BROWN, A.M. GREEVER CROUSE, Jr., M.A Associate Professor of English Instructor in Physical Education and DirCCtO1' of F0fCI'lSiC5 and Freshman Football Conch PAUL R. DELAPLAIN, M.A. Assistant Professor of Physcial Education LEE T. DOUGLAS, Ph.D Professor of Biology Dian: lg .1 f-A s.g1.J.....- - --- P, , Egg, of., ff Mrs. ALICE S. DOW, M.S. LOREN W. DOW, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Professor of Sociology Business Subjects W. THOMAS GRAYBEAL, Ph.D. ROBERT H. GOLDSMITH, Ph.D. Professor of Education Associate Professor of English 3-Hd Mathematics .. . , V .le 'ff' ""rT"r i w 4 L i HARRY J. GARNAND, Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages REX D. HAREN, B.S. Instructor in Engineering 'x - HARRY W. KENDALL, M.S. Associate Professor of Physics SAMUEL A. MCLEOD, M.A. Professor of Mathematics , N , L Y H Q f X ROBERT H E MIELKE Ph D E. R. NAYLOR, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy and Religion Professor of Psychology LEWIS M. PURIFOY. Jr.. M.A. Assistant Professor of History J. ALLEN NEAL, M.A. Assistant Professor of History LUDWIK S, SIKORSKI, M.Mus Associate Professor of Music 333 5,4 .-. -A HOBART L. STALLARD, M.A. GEORGE J. STEVENSON, Ph.D. CHARLES W. WEAVER, M.S. Assistant Professor of Associate Professor of History Laboratory Assistant in Ancient and Modern Languages and Political Science Dept. of Chemistry MARGARET LUCILLE WEBB. M.A. Assistant Professor of English JOSEPH E. WILLIAMS. M.S Assistant Professor of Music YVORTH J. YOUNGE, M.A. Associate Professor of Physics and Nfathematics v ' . .Ss : 5 , ...QQ-f' fffvfi X2 ixfl., 1 Y' . 0. ' if AC 1 b. f, ! fl nf JW' f I 4 t 1 9 1 'kwa , - 111,45 ni ' "'-'A--Lil L-1 ' "vi I nf--Jef '-I' K. SSW? 5' YQ. - JN 1.11 , Y.. 'ff ' A. l 1. if V I-. I1 I IL 'gg' Q, . '?Q-A+l.....""-:1- , S R K 5 EQ? SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, Left to Right: John Houston fVice-Pres.j, Virginia Rowland QSec.-Treas.j, Manuel Stoupis QPrcs.j l JAMES B. ADDINGTON A Abingdon, Va. , Bachelor of Science Y l Chemistry if Q E HAROLD E. ARNOLD , Saltville, Va.. Bachelor of Science Math, Physics MACHEL C. BIGGS Patrick Springs, Va. Bachelor of Science Math MACK BOWMAN Abingdon, Va. Bachelor of Science Math f X RUTH EVELYN BAKER BOBBY LEE BRALLEY Kingsport, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts l ' 22 ' will 1 54:11 "l1"'w 'shall Austinvillc, Va. Bachelor of Arts ' Psychology and Education Psychology and Education Seniors ' M7 I 1 l I ,W fa., , 1 '4 l ll 'J l l z DARRYL BRICKEY Irnboden, Va. Bachelor of Science Cliemistry ALVIN J. CICCONE Cranford, N. J. Bachelor of Science Chemistry BERNARD R. CLAYTOR Glasgow, Va. Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Education ROBERT G. COLLINS Clincho, Va. Bachelor of Science Engineering PEGGY SUE COOPER Kingsport, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts Psychology CHARLES R. COULTIIARD Glade Springs, Va. Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Education Class of I9 9 PENELOPE CROCKETT Copperhill, Tenn. Bachelor of Science Math MARTHA ,IANA DAILY Dominican Republic Bachelor of Arts English mgggu ww li! M5711 'em it s il ws W fm RICHARD B. DALTON Richlancls, Va. Bachelor of Arts History ALAN R. DAVIS Fries, Va. Bachelor of Science Chemistry M. OTT DAVIS Alberts, Va. Bachelor of Arts Sociologyg Biology LARRY A. DEXTER Kingsport, Tenn. Bachelor of Science Chemistry RAYMOND W. DOBBINS Knoxville, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts History RUTH DOUTHAT White Pine, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts History L . J 25.4 la 1mE::?g 2 ANNIE MAE DOWDY Alexandria, Va. Bachelor of Education Business Education ' 4 L 'dl AL. M. JACKSON DUTTON, Jr Rural Retreat, Va. Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Education I-IOMER H. DUTY LESTER FRED ELDRETI-I JAMES CLIFFORD FARLEY Roanoke, Va. Lansing, N. G. llnchclor of Arts Bachelor of Science Psychology and Education Math - ' V13 25 Tazewell, Va. Bachelor of Arts History NORMA F. GEORGE Pocahontas, Va. Bachelor of Arts English HARRY W. GILMER Bristol, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts Englishg History DAVID W. GOBLE Vinton, Va. Bachelor of Arts English JAMES W. GOODMAN Abingdon, Va. Bachelor of Arts History JUDITH A. GORDON Roanoke, Va. Bachelor of Arts Religion N., -wwf-mf?" 11-15 HARVEY T. GRAHAM WILLIAM HARRINGTON Big Stone Gap, Va. Bachelor of Science Chemistry JOSEPH P. GRIFFITTS Roanoke, Va. Bachelor of Arts History NILS N. HAAG Richmond, Va. Bachelor of Science Math . RONALD HAMMOND Surgoinsville, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts History EDWARD G. HANKLA Marion, Va. Bachelor of Arts History Wallace, Va. Bachelor of Science Math PHYLLIS A. HESSON Amherst, Va. Bachelor of Arts Sociology HARRY W. HIGHT, Jr. Pulaski, Va. Bachelor of Arts History BILL R. HOPPER Morristown, Tenn. Bachelor of Science Chemistry JOHN M. HOUSTON Pulaski, Va. Bachelor of Arts Psychology ul l A-- nr ,, ' w 'V L R1 24,1 I f Hai i ..r N .-dl r V W. 1 I - -.M M., " F Y' t , 1 Q in ,fur 4 V. ..1 x s hx fi 1 'K , iw .- ., -r . .L-tr .X, - "W" +4 er-,is 31" .-ug, 7 . A at N x X ,M .- A 1 dz an-fb" 'J A -1 -'Q-nf Yil! A D ,F A 4 all 15 f F.. x -A 4 A n 7 A . v ..., I W . in -'Q,, 31 - f g, J. f l . ,Z ,4 A 4 , N 9. 1 5. ,gs W, 5, 352 EEQHN ul, Z: v PQ X I 2 mmzfeg 6 C 7 5. Qt ' ,gg -.FH ' ,pei W .z f IQ ,- V 26 A -Y. 2 .ggi , .. QL , .2527 " - 2, 3 ffgasm. f -1 Q"'Fff7gQ 9 'K 3? A is H5 ,, E E if Y' my in ' Y I fi, :fig ' W Fw "4 -W4 -Q W ., KA. , M : , , l., Y , W ra 0 151 Al 4 S ' w --2. , 6" ,-.n' D as., 'K . -5 lvxwimf 11 ?f"'2.,w fi Qi' Eggigrw -T, 'f"f?iiE?5 W. , ,f '-,".f. Z . Ah .5 ,G X Y :f v , ' li z " 'i 'V' ,' W -Si' I! Jil , '. , M K " , Y 1:2 - 92, - --f E, w , .4 sb x . 1 w 1 l I l I Q rp. 4l MARK W. LEONARD Maryville, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts History DOUGLAS M. LESTER Gary, W. Va. Bachelor of Science Math ROGER S. LEWIS I lt Math LL I STEVE M. LLOYD Pearisburg, Va. Bachelor of Arts Economics WILLIAM E. MCELROY Grundy, Va. Bachelor of Science Mathg Physics BARBARA A. MILLER Jonesboro, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Education 28 . l V Taylor Valley, Va. iw Bachelor -of Science 'F ld - M -im - , 1 Nm :W w i JOE A, OWEN FRANK W. PANNELL SAM Lansing, N, CI, Big Stonc Gap, Vu. Bfufhclol' of ,Arts BZ1Cl'1ClOI' of SClCI1CC Math Math l 4 l UEL T, PATTERSON, Jr. Danville, Va. Bachelor of Arts History RITA S. PECKTAL .ali Z - Indian Springs, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts Spanish 29 ALLEN W. POWERS Coeburn, Va. Bachelor of Science Math THOMAS L. PRICE Damascus, Va. Bachelor of Arts Economics is 2 U mu is 'W H 1125? DONALD ff. PROGAR St. Michael, Penn. Bachelor of Science , Mnthg Chemistry " S THOMAS R. REVILLA Big Stone Gap. Va. Bachelor of Science Math ,ww A5 m51 l Q: JOHN E. RIPLEY Afton, Term. Bachelor of Arts History PEGGY M. ROBERTS Glade Spring, Va. Bachelor of Arts English RUTH A. ROBERTS Broadforcl, Va. Bachelor of Arts Chemistry WILLIAM S. RODGERS La Follctte, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts History ELENOR A. ROLLINS Abingdon. Va. Bachelor of Arts Math VVILLIAM H. ROUSE Marion Va. Bachelor of Arts Economics VIRGINIA L. ROWLAND BEVERLY A. RUSH Narrows, Vu. Abingdon, Va. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts English Business Education 1 1 1 I 1 1 L , ,Q f-fix' MARY C. RUSSELL FRANK T. SEESE, Jr. Sugar Grove, Va. Richmond, Va. Bachelor of Arts BZLCIICIOI' of ANS Spanish English 9 A A l V",-N 1, I J REBA T. SMITH Strasburg, Va. Bachelor of Arts English BETTY JUNE SPURGEON Chilhowic, Va. Bachelor of Arts Economics MONA L. TRENT Sneedville, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Education ELIZABETH O. TURNER Richmond, Va. Bachelor of Arts English JOHN L. UMHOLTZ Crcwc, Vu. Bachelor of Arts English GEORGE B. 'VAUGHN Fries. Vu. Bichclor of Aits Economics 35.71 ' .IN l J 1 'A l il J tl 'ul NN ' Vx F - V' 'M'- , , -9-Q " 1 4 Qi 1 .,nrw V ig ,-. 4 P1252 - , ' 11 :7 H , LJ x .f , ..:5":. H V . I ' E ..... Q . l 1 l w 4 Qi. KATHERINE A. VAUGHN Brentwood, Tenn. Bachelor of Arts Psychology MASON A. VAUGHN, Jr. Pulaski, Va. Bachelor of Arts Chemistry HARRY B. WELLS Damascus, Va. Bachelor of Arts Economics WILLIAM R. WELLS Pocahontas, Va. Bachelor of Arts History CAROLYN H. WHITE lizabethton, Term. Bachelor of Arts Psychology .-y:, .l , -, ..',4..:a ans me , .' wL.6"z--"Q-1' ,Wai ' '.'.LQ' ..-Q 1- -n. -1. EVELYN B. WILEY Roanoke, Va. Bachelor of Arts Psychology and Education - .- . ' mjn- Tr' mlm' 3' 'i EDWARD L. WORLEY Chatham Hill, Vu. Bachelor of Arts History ANDREW L. WILLIAMS Pearisburg, Va. Bachelor of Arts Chemistry DWIGHT N. WILLIAMS Jonesvillc, Va. Bachelor of Arts Economics J. RONALD WILLOUGHBY Suffolk, Va. Bachelor of Science Math DONALD R. WOMACK lNisc, Va. Bachelor of Arts History JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Dave Kannon, President Phil XVynr1, Vice President Jan Pope, Secretary-Treasurer Arnold, Hilda Bear, Theola. Belcher, Gcnc Class of Adams, Betsy Best, Larry ' f ' :leaf - ' .Q.. ,W V .,.W, ,Wi NJ-P Blackwell, Bill Bolling, Sandy Boyd, Sidney Brown, Anne 960 Brown. Arlcnv Cahill, Donald o,, Bunclrnnt, Jim Calc, Bob Carr. Frank Cnwoocl. Gcorgc 'H-feel' E I Cooke, Dwane Dawson, Judy Disney, Ann Duck, Barbara 'eg' l D , 'ia'-F N l Cross, Dan Y . Cornett, Edgar Deere, Helen Dowcly, Bill Dunn, Cha -c? Dutton, Alma RTW Dutton, Stella Eldridge, Helen Farris, Carl Garclner, Otlmella Grzlybcnl, Bill Greene, Helen Hudson. Vivian Hunt, Bonnie 'HU' ' I ,r. ,W X V A Hutton. Tom Lccdy. Fred Lindsay. Bob Mznhonc, Don Johnson, Lawrence McCrC:1dy, Stun 3 N , ,1 'ut '- n a' whe- v A., ' .. 4' w. ,J Krmnon, David Kctron, Eva 3 Monroe, Dun Moorc, Mildred Morton, Jerry Murray, Phyllis Olnnun, Jan Osborne, Carol Owen, Harry Pinkston. Sidney Pope if Porter, Charles Robinette, Jack Rodgers, Marvin Settle, Frank Raints, Jim Rose, Bob Shanks, Anne 4-mv :Pv-1 1 A Shearer, Mary Margaret Shupe, Gene Turner, Cluuclc y , I Wallis, Leslie Smith, can Swafford, Sandra Ward, Jan MQ 'mf .YZ .1 - l Steele, Bob Sult, Emma Sue Tharp, Frances Wynn, Phil w v f 1 w fo ll xl ll l 4 l I1 W, H: fd 1 , 3 1 l ,-,-' 2 -2 -..- - "' -f- , r " ' ,Q . XEW5' I 114- " l w 1 ll: 2' , Alderman, G. Taylor Anderson, Marshall W. Armbrister, Rebecca P. ,,,,.. 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Edwin N., Jr. LeNoir, Robert L 'L I E Leonhardt, Suzanne Lovett, William L. McClelland, Virginia McConnell, Robert E., Jr. McFarlane, David T. W i V Likens, Robert L., III Lindsey, Jack E. Looney, David B. McNeer, James B. May, Bruce A. Miller, Linda Faye It Miller, Malissa Mills, Mrs. Virginia C. Mitchell, Mzuy McKay Moore, Gary A. Rhudy, Billy S. Rudisill, Benjamin B. Sanchez, Maria A. Saylor, Sara M. Newman, Patsy Ann Palmorc, Sarah Lynn Picrpoint. L. Linda Portis, Ella Cooper Scott, Donald D. Sells, James R. Steed, Mary Dale Stevens. Franklin Stone, Arthur Gene Talbert, Rebecca J. W , A. '- X Y - Seymour. Mary E. Tan, Eng Seng , 7 , X ,I , a f 9 ,"1 t I rl 4 A-, -f',' 5 ' ' "!...."'. -I J, 21-lfrllbvu ki E Sikkelee, Mary Beth Soronson. August E.. Starnes, jo Anne GI Taylor, Virginia Ann Tcstermzm, Delores Ann U Stewart, R. l'Vnrren Stoneman, Theresa Todd, Thomas W. Gay -v I v I l Tompson, John Vaughan, J. Kelly Ware, Howard Warner, Ralph S. 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'1 ' ' 'W V I T I E 'x XL X 'Aa . 1 9 -aio J? 4,1 -7 ei if a Xiu STUDENT JUDICIARY SEATED: John Seymour, chief justice. STANDING: Joe Gridiths, Bob Rose, Mooney James, Ralph Repass, Sam Patterson, George Vaughn, Frank Settle, Bill Hopper, Bob Lindsay, Bob McConnell, Bill Wright, Roy Lee Payne. MISSING: Bill Wells, Warren Stewart, Larry Dexter, Bob Brown, Jim Addington, Jim Daugherty, Jack Lindsey, Ralph Warner, Jack Martin, Phil Weaver, Andy Williams, Paul Chambers, Lester Hall, Malissa Miller, Stan McCready, prose- cuting attomey. Student LEGISLATURE SEATED: Ann Disney, Penny Crockett, Ruth Roberts, Mary Sey- mour, Sara Saylor, ,Ian Ward. STANDING: Frank Settle, Dave Kannon, Sam Houston, Al Ciccone, John Cock, Tommy Au, Jerry Morton. NOT PICTURED: Tom Davidson, Jamie Farley, Don Progar, Jim McNeer. STUDENT JUDICIARY The Student Judiciary is the newest branch of student government at Emory. Members are elected from the men's dormitories and the day students, with the execu- tive officers of the W.S.A. completing the body. The president of the student body appoints the Chief Justice and the Prosecuting Attorney. The purpose of the Student Judiciary is to co-operate with the faculty and administration in handling the dis- cipline problems that arise. OFFICERS OF THE STUDENT BODY Al Ciccone, vice-president, Sara Say. STUDENT LEGISLATURE The student legislature is composed of four members of each class, plus the presidents of the freshman, sopho- more, and junior classes, and the vice-president of the senior class. They are elected each spring from slates nom- inated by the Gaylord Party and the Independent Party at the same time of the election of the student body offi- cers. W.S.A. All women students, upon entrance into the college, au- tomatically become members of this association, which was organized in 1943 to serve the needs of the women stu- dents. The council, elected by the entire organization con- sists of the officers, two representatives of each class, and a day student representative. This group administers the affairs of the women students. ecretary-treasurer, Bill Rodgers, SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE As an auxiliary branch of the W.S.A., Social Standards members welcome new girls by summer letters, arrive early in the fall to greet the freshman girls, sponsor Sat- urday night umixersi' and appoint hostesses for the girls, dormitories. W.S.A. SEATED: Mary Beth Hunt, Treasurer, Peggy Cooper, President, Betty June Spurgeon, Vice-President, Sandra Bolling, Secretary. STANDING: Alma Dutton, Sara Saylor, Suzanne Leonhardt, Barbara Miller, Anne Shanks, Ruth Evelyn Baker. Government SOCIAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE SEATED: Anne Brown, Jenny Rowland, Betty June Spurgeon, chairman, Penny Crockett, Anna Mae Dowdy. STANDING: Bonnie Hunt, Ella Portis, Othella Gardner, Ruth Roberts, Barbara Bailey, Stella Dutton. MISSING: Barbara Brooks, Martha Ed- wards, Norma French George, Rita Pccktal. l TM l C.S.M. COUNCIL Ist ROW: Chaplain Mason, Tommy Au, Othella Gardner, Dunn Monroe, Bonnie Hunt. 2nd ROW: Vivian Hudson, Marvin Rodgers. 3rd ROW: Charles Porter, Alma Dutton, Bill Jones, Phyllis Murray, Dave Kannon, Barbara Bailey, Stan McCrcady, Anne Shanks. NOT PICTURED: Sue Leonhardt, Dewey O'Connor. 76 C.S.M. The C.S.M. Council is composed of the co- chairmen of the C.S.M., the co-chairman of the commissions, with Chaplain Mason as sponsor. The Council serves as leaders for the Chris- tian Student Movement, of which all students are members. CI-II CLUB The Chi Club was organized in 1934 bring together those students who have ch sen religious work as a vocation, Meetin are held twice monthly, with programs subjects which will be helpful to the me in thc future. The officers, Left to arc: Chaplain Mason, sponsorg Buck Porter, treasurer: Sidney Pinkston, president, Ilartha Edwards, scc'rcl:1ryg lN:1rren Stewart, ice-president: Tom Todd, chaplain. Co-chairmen of the C.S.M.: Othella Gardner and Dunn lVIonroe. CIRCUIT RIDERS This organization bands together those ministerial students who serve as preachers for nearby churches. FRONT ROW: Bill Graybeal, vice-president, Don Hill, president, Richard Sells, secretary and treasurer, Chaplain Mason, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Walter Wesley Cooke, Edwin Carter Jr., Johnny Dobbins, William C. Wall, William Wells. THIRD ROW: Flanders M. Bays, Warren Stewart, James Bohanan, james Kannon, Larry Best, John Ripley. MISSING: Bruce May, Leslie Adams. ' -Ge,-Y Y . I , - Z ,Zigi 2, , - -ur' .if BLUE KEY Ist ROW: John Seymour, Dave Goble, Stan McCready, Frank Settle, Jerry Morton, John Dobbins, 2nd ROW: Dwight Williams, secretary-treasurer, Mark Leonard, vice-president, Bill Rodgers, Dave Knight, president g Al Ciccone, Tom Revilla, corresponding secretary. Blue Key is the Men's Rotary Club with service as its sole purpose. It was organized May 28, 1924. Member- Cardinal KEY, the sister gf0UP to Blue KCY, WHS OI'- ship is restricted in number, and is limited to students ganized at Emory and Henry in the spring of 1942. The who have shown their ability for leadership in service to purpose and basis for membership are like those Of their the college, both through academic work and general brother fraternity- popularity. CARDINAL KEY SEATED: Kathy Vaughn, secretary-treasurer, Ruth Evelyn Baker, vice-president, Elinor Rollins, president, Jenny Rowland, historian. STANDING: Vivian Hudson, Othella Gardner, Cha Dunn, Sandra Bolling, Ann Disney, Mary Beth Hunt, Anne Shanks, Penny Crockett, Peggy Cooper, Bette Turner. NOT PICTURED: Pat Daily, Norma George. Irt ROW: Peggy Cooper, Harry Gilmer, Norma George. 2nd ROW: Dave Knight, Penny Crockett, Tom Revilla. MISSING: Don Progar. SIGMA MU The Sphinx Scholarship Society of Sigma Mu was or- ganized in 1936. It is a scholarship, equal to Phi Beta Kappa, into whose membership are admitted the highest ranking tenth of the senior class and the highest ranking fifteenth of the junior class. CIRCLE K The Circle K is an international junior Kiwanis group. Its purpose at Emory and I-Ienry is community and carn- pus improvement. It is a civic group devoted to the bettering of the surrounding area. CIRCLE K SEATED: Joe Sloane, secretaryg Bill McElroy, presidentg Bob McConnell, vice-president. STAND- ING: Dick Dalton, Frank Pannell, Harry Hight, Jack Davis, Jim Addington, Sidney Boyd. MISS- ING: Sam Patterson, treasurer, Tom Hutton, Jack Bush. El -. Hermesian Literary Society officers: Sam Patterson, president, Harry Hight, vice-president, John Seymour, critic, John Cock, secretary, Tom Todd, treasurcrg Dave Kannon, sergeant- at-armsg Mooney James, chaplain. The Hermesian Literary Society was organized when member's forensic ability in order to equip him with self- the school was first organized, and the Alethian Literary assurance and ease in his future life. Participation in all Society for women was organized in 1926. Their purpose forensic activity by members is encouraged. and energy are directed toward the bettering of each Alethian Literary Society officers: Kathy Vaughn, president, Theola Bear, vice-president, Cha Dunn, critic, Martha Edwards, secretary, Claudine Brown, treasurer, Gail Smith, sergeant-at-arms, Mildred Moore, publicity chairman. Left to Right: Judy Musick, Sylvia Teague, vice- Tcsterman, presidentg Bill Davis, Sue Belcher, Mary presidentg Lynn Pzthnore, secretary-trezisurerg Richard Bialkowski. IUISSING: Tom Daily, publicity chairinnng Gorman, historianq Nliss Perkins, sponsorg Delores Doug Carson, lN'IaChel Biggs, Beverly Youngers. The Tuinbling Club is a campus organization for devel- oping an interest in tumbling and providing wholesome recreation for those interested in developing body skills and co-ordination. Performances are given at athletic events. OFFICERS: Sidney Boyd. station mnnagerg Fred Leedy, prograun dircctorg Gail Smith, publicity director. STAlfl": Ann Brown, Don lylahone, Jack Davis, Sidney Pinkston, Harry Hight, Dick Goode, Warren Hastings, Gene Keegan, Judy Dawson, Don Womack, Ed Cor- nett, James Dougherty, Dan Toonibly, E. M. James, The Radio Club of Emory was organized in l0l9 then reorganized in l957. Its purpose is to acquaint students with the principles of radio and to operate carrict cuucnt station VVGLG. Robert Lockett, Lewis Dozicr, Frank Wagner. Dun YVinters, Don lNICCaniel, Bill Gray, Dave Goble. Bob Ford, Bill Haynes, Ginny hIcClellancl. Judy Copen- haver, James Dillinger, Claude Turner. Bill lYclls, John Daugherty, Charlene Davis. if - ' , f.'f'v?. bla. - - - ,, r-. .. 1 Q. ' A-vga., l- 'hffv ' ,. .ku 1-, FX., tp. '- yn U..-.., . FHA it sl, E ON FLOOR: Itlildred lNfIoore, Joel Woodward, Anne Shanks, Bill Jones. SEATED: Ginny lXlills. Dr. Goldsmith, Cha Dunn, Taylor Alderman. STANDING: Sidney Boyd, Bette Turner, Lin Capps, Alma Dutton, Dick Smith, Betsy Adams, Bruce May. The VVriters, Club of Emory and Henry College was organized in the spring of 1957. Its purpose is the publication of the fall and spring issues of the magazine, Prism, consisting of original works by students in literature and art. Editorial staff at work. SEATED: Dr. Goldsmith, Anne Shanks, fiction editor, Mildred Moore, poetry editor, Cha Left to Right: Taylor Alderman, assistant editor, Alfred Dicken- Dunn, editor. STANDING: Joel Woodward, non-fiction edi- son, business manager, Dr. Robert Goldsmith, faculty advisor, tor, Taylor Alderman, assistant editor, Opp Dickenson, busi- Cha Dunn, editor-in-chief. ness manager. VJ fl? ll l'i il, , I A ,- , ,fly this ,i - - H-.A. , .. ..... fy.. X.. x , , A ,V nE"1g'ulnqn-......su.L." """"" ' " 1.2-I - 4 ..v . .V ,...iWiYf.:,.,,,,X'k EDITOR: Jerry Morton SEATED: Garland Roach, business managerg Bette Turner, assistant editor. STAND- ING: Claude Turner, sports editorg Steb Dutton, feature editorg Alma Dutton, news editorg Jim Reynolds, copy editor. MISSING.' Lesley Wallis, music editor. The White Topper, one of the oldest student news media in the South, is pub- lished weekly. Its purpose is to give campus coverage of events of interest to the students. The l'Vhite Topper has a special responsibility to the students. It must seek to reflect student opinion honestly, serve as a forecaster of coming events, and bring into review outstanding campus activities despite criticism and often without recognition. STAFF, Left to Right: Patsy Diffee, Harry Hight. Carole Sue Bryan, Vivian Hudson, Clmrlotte Bowman, Charlene Davie, Jim lX'Il'NL'C1'. IVIISSING: Cha Dunn, Mildred Moore, Taylor Alderman, Jerry Simpson, John Dougherty, Pat Pensworth, Buddy X'Vest, circulation rnanagersg jack Davis, photographer. li ll if il Bill McElroy editor l Liuclzi Picrpoirit. fziculty cclilorq Mildred Iwloorc, organizations :md liLcr1':i1'y cclilor: M1u'y Bvlll Sikkclcu, f1'D.lCl'lllly and sorority editor. 'MH' -1 fr-1 .." I' ,".' '4'.fQ":fv'J3"rC . . ,-..,.U.l!.-..,,, I9 i r -r il f ' 'ff--I-.-1 'I-- IJ: ts '7 ,.,,-.1 'H' .. .. ,' L., r. 2 Jack Davis associate editor Annual stufl at work , i LY Xi -,iii l phinx Staff - -A , .V ,,.. ,, S IA... W:- : 5 , 9' 1 , , Y I Jun P0126 assistant editor Editor: Bill lVIeElroy Business Manager: Nlarvin Rodgers Associate Editor: Jack Davis Assistant Editor: Jan Pope Business Stall: Peggy Dowdy, Jan Ohntan, Dwight Wlillianis Literary Editor: lvlildred Nloorc Class Editor: Jan Pope Fraternity and Sorority Editor: hlary Beth Siklselee Organizations Editor: lvlildred lWoore Faculty Editor: Linda Pierpoint Pliotograpliersz Bill lVIcElroy, Jack Davis, Bob Boulware, Bill Daughtery Typists: Betty Jones, Cha Dunn, Carol Mayheld. BUSINESS STA FF: Peggy Dowdy, lvlarvin Rodgers, business manager: jun Oliman, Dwight xvllllflIl1S. 58-'59 Play Production Class 'A ' 'YI Many long, hard and strenuous hours of practice with many call downs from the director make the play take its Hnal form. With the passing of each day the director and also the actors begin worrying whether they will be ready or not. Dr. Blesi can be heard from the back saying "That's not good enough. Do the whole act againf' However the work and worry pays off, the opening night nerves are on edge, anxiety is built up to a maximum but everything goes smoothly. After the play the congratulations are more than to make up for the hard work. EMORY 8: HENRY COLLEGE THEATRE You Can't Take It With You fCast in order of appearancej Penelope Sycamore Essle ............ Rheba ........... Paul Sycamore . .. Mr. De Pinna .,.. Ed ....... ....... . .. Donald .......... Martin Vanderhof Alice ............. ..... Henderson ..... Tony Kirby ...... Boris Kolenkhov . Gay Wellington . . .. . Judy Garner Martha J. Daily Priscilla Turner .. Jerry Morton . . . Homer Duty , Don McDaniel . . . Frank Seese Chester Jordan Judy Dawson Barney Bohanan .. . David Goble Johnny Economy Helen Eldridge Mr. Kirby ...... . David Knight Mrs. Kirby ..... .... B onnie Mae Hunt S August Sorensen G-Men ............ .... - Robert N. Foster l Joel W. Roberson Grand Duchess Olga ................ 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Nm ag' -Y 4.-,mp n ' ws. -5 1' fn. r 1 1 - A , HZNL ., N, LW r"YV5 ,.L' ,V YJ' 15-A- xgukl' ,f fl ' V xv, ff ,i 41 1, ' , P " QL ,. fv- ,X ' -N, ,df J' 33:1 - w. -' M 1 -. - f 1 , A1 uf yr' Qu , 2 't' -11 g M- , 'nj " ,:,,Q'T.v.f X 1 'q--JE-if 5, .4 '- - -Q 1 ,5 . up .N ,' f dr ? f IH' ' i A f 1 H ,x .. - 1. ' fig:-.-' f v A , I. VY. ., ii 5 - 'Lcitig 'L Yr Q . 'l' .- E 1 1 x' w wi, -. -. ' n fv 1 x 8 .H I . fa,"'f'l:L. EMORY AND HENRY - O EASTERN CAROLINA - 12 Although there was no score un- til the fourth quarter, Emory dropped their Hrst competition of the '58 season in a hard fought game. The fourth quarter brought the fatalistie action, Eastern Carolina recovered two Emory fumbles and scored on both counts. The Emory line performed a fine manner for this season action. Jim Raines was the spark in the back- Held, Charlie Phillips and Bill Hal- loway were also outstanding in their play. EMORY AND HENRY - 39 CONCORD- O The Wasps scored 32 points in the 'First half of the "Rotary Bowl" game and went on to topple Con- cord 39-O. Every uniformed Wasp saw action at sometime during the slaughter. Although Concord fumbled early in the game due to the rainy weather Emory showed no damp- ness of spirit as they turned the fumble into a Wasp touchdown. Jim Raines carried the Pigskin across from Concord's 34 yard line on a quarterback "keep". Raines, Dewey O,Connor, and Halloway thus paved the way for the third Wasp touchdown. The scoring ended until the last quarter Emory recovered another Concord fumble. Freshman Ronnie Odum ran 17 yards for the final touchdown. EMORY AND HENRY - 0 GUILFORD - 14 Guilford dominated their home- coming tilt and defeated the Wasps, 14--O. Daryl Allen, Guilfordis center, obviously had his forte as he inter- cepted passes and made tackles. Emory was unable to block a Guilford drive in the first quarter when the Quakers took an early 6-0 lead. During the second quarter Guil- ford drove 67 yards and thus brought the score up to 12-0. A Quaker fullback, Les Parker plunged over from the two yard line for the touchdown. A running play added an extra two pointer. Emory managed to net only a total of 99 yards in the contest. EMORY AND HENRY 28 - CARSON NEWMAN 14 With the tremendous all around play of quarterback Rex Raines and the line smashing of Bill Holloway the Wasps rolled over the Carson-Newman Eagles 28-14. Two Emory fumbles set up both Eagle touchdowns. After the opening touchdown, Emory moved the ball 80 yards in just eleven plays for the score. Early in the second quarter O'Conner carried the pigskin to the Eagle 29. After 3 plays the ball was on the 15 yard marker. Raines again faking to Holloway, slanted off tackle and barreled his way into pay dirt territory to score the second touchdown. Emory then led the game until the gun sounded. EMORY AND HENRY 42 - MARYVILLE 0 Quarterback Red Raines opened this slaughter with several bids to break the contest wide open here and there. After overcoming obstacles, Raines sprinted 63 yards for a touch- down. Emory rallied again and set the half-time score at 22-O. O'Conner starred in the third quarter when he grabbed a Highland punt and went 35 yards. Raines then passed to O'Conner who completed the touchdown. Smith, Lenoir, and Jonas also played extraordinary games. EMORY AND HENRY 26 - HAMPTON SIDNEY 22 A strong Emory team led by "Red'l Raines, Bill Hallo- way, Kenny Smith and Dewey O'Connor made a runaway in the first half of the Wasp and Tiger ballgame by scoring 20 points. The second half in the early part of the third quarter made the score 26-0. In the latter part of the third quarter and in the fourth quarter the Wasp had to stave off an up-hill attack by the Tigers to win the ballgame at Petersburg. The Hampton Sidney Tigers scored 22 points in the final half of the ballgame to remain a constant threat to the Emory victory. EMORY AND HENRY 7 APPLACHIAN STATE O Emory and Henry drove 54 yards in the opening canto for the only score of the game. Thereafter they only outplayed and outhustled the heavier Mountaineers. Harry Yost, Jim Raines, and Dewey O'Connor continued efforts for the Wasp's first touchdown. Bob Rose added the extra point. Despite threats, the Mountaineers lost their last chance to score in the third quarter. They didn't near the goal posts again. Bob Lenair's tremendous punting kept the Mountaineers in the hole the entire contest. EMORY AND HENRY 13 WEST VIRGINIA TECH 6 Excellent teamwork payed off as the Wasps brought home a victory over favored West Virginia. Emory took advantage of a Tech fumble in the first quarter and con- verted it into a touchdown. End Levi Otey fell on the Tech fumble on the West Virginia 38. A pass interference penalty placed the ball on the 12 and following three short plunges, Bill Halloway scored from the four. Dale Rose's attempt for the extra point was unsuccessful. Tech's halfback scampered 41 yards to the Emory Six in the feature run of what turned out to be Techls only score. Emory threatened twice more be- fore the half ended but was unable to score on the slippery turf. During the third period, Tech moved the ball to Emory's 23 but they held by the line on downs. Hal McHarris recovered a Tech fumble on the Tech 48 with only ten minutes left in the game. Jimmy Raines ran the integral touchdown. Rose's attempt for the extra point was successful. EMORY AND HENRY 6 WESTERN CAROLINA O Emory ended the season by de- feating the West Carolina Cata- mounts, 6-O. Jimmy Crews raced through the mud for 20 yards and a Wasp touch- down late in the third quarter. The try for the extra point failed but was not needed as the Wasps had scored the only touchdown of the game. The Wasps threatened twice more in the third quarter and once in the fourth. Two attempted Held goals by Dave Looney failed and a Wasp pass was intercepted in the end zone to halt the other rally. Bob Lenair continued his out- standing punting for the Wasps by averaging 37.16 yards on nine kicks. "Zoom" Davidson "Red" Raines Dave Looney ' s W In" 4f 1 x, L,2,V, wi' , H Vf 'EJ NE' 5: no-fo if :ELL-2 Bill Daughtery Robert Brown N' if M ' ' '-:H . vw'-vw-o '15 A 1. mv- rx ,, al '- .. L. 5 -3 '75 I, i . v.,-4 lf' x I ' -.1 1 2,1 Qf f . ' tl . - all . 54' , ,,. v l ,I vl fu ,-11' Dwight Williams Paul Watson Emory and Henry's basketball team under the leadership of Coach Paul Dclaplain, has played aggressive hall all year. During the season the learn Caine through with some surprising upsets. Some of the outstanding players are: "Recl', Raines, Tommy Davidson, Dave Looney, James Farley, and Franklin Lewis, in reserve Dwight Williams, Paul Vllatson, Marvin Rodgers and Jim MctNeer. Lawrence Johnso n Marvin Rodgers 109 A J HE" Vr 'K - Qi-I ,, , ,f i. 'QL Eg is I 5 b I Ni ' 1 Ii 6',L 1 iw 1 - r 2 I M hi wg: '. Qy H t X 42-Q 1 'N 1 5155 HSP? ,luk , . ,, fF5Pg . .fy F951 El' 1 v ' 1 'QSP - - ' uv F: ' '. 'gr . 'T ,1r'A3A!- , 234, Lvl ,f .4- ?.nJx,lf ,- . . 1 'Zh I 12.1 f X 5 W 1 ggi fvfix-425441 1 xg! X , KA 5 k A -A-Er 'E I , e .f . if 5, 'Y -.3 15' 5 Lf v .f -:Q ,,. . QW' 9? Q '4' 15' ya 5' i ggq 5 35. f. 'ff .Ll ,A,. EMORY 6 HENRY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1958 - 1959 Nov. 25 KING COLLEGE . . . . . Away Dec. 4 LINCOLN MEMORIAL . . HOME Dec. 5 DAVIDSON COLLEGE . . HOME Dec. 9 CARSON-NEWMAN . . . . Away Dec. 11 TUSCULUM. . . . . . . . . HOME Dec. 13 Nat'l. Business College . Away Dec. 16 Nat'l. Business College . HOME Jan. 9 WILLIAM k MARY Branch of Norfolk. . . HOME Jan. 10 TENN. WESLEYAN . . . HOME jan. 13 KING COLLEGE. . . . . . HOME jan. 27 MILLIGAN. . . . . . . . . . HOME jan. 30 UNION COLLEGE . - . . Away Jan. 31 LINCOLN MEMORIAL . . Away Feb. 3 CARSON-NEWMAN . . . . HOME Feb. 6 HAMPDEN-SYDNEY . . . Away Feb. 7 WILLIAM 6 MARY Branch of Nmfolk . . . Away Feb. 10 APPALACHIAN STATE . Away Feb. 13 TUSCULUM. . . . - . . . . Away Feb. 14 TENN. WESLEYAN . . . . Away Feb. 19 MARYVILLE COLLEGE. Away Feb. 21 UNION COLLEGE. . . . . HOME Feb. 27 MARYVILLE COLLEGE. HOME Feb. 28 MILLIGAN. . . . . . . . . . Away Woody Whxtlcy Jim MCNeer W7 'xx n V A i I I , A Gordon Peters Jerry Lester RECORD Won Lost Conference .................... 6 3 Overall ........................ 8 6 STARTING LINE-UP Bobby Brally Pitcher Sherman Bales Pitcher Ray Moore Catcher Frank Stevens Fire Base Dewey O'Conner Second Base Joe Bryant Shortstop Bob Buchanan Third Base Kelly Osborne Jack Dutton Harold Lambert Kelly Osborne Right Field Center Field Left Field Team Hitting Champion "On the Hy for first' ' f Et? Ray Moore Team Captain Joe Bryant Outstanding Freshman 5 w ' l P Trying for a pick-off 1958 Squad N0,, Schedule Masscngil . . . King .... . .. . Abingdon Nurses .... .... Massengil . . . Lees-McRae . . . King . . . Sullins . . . Marion .... Lees-McRae .. Marion ......... Abingdon Nurses . . . Sullins . . . . . Won Won Won Won Lost Won Won Won Won Won Won Won '58-,59 Emory and Henry Waspettes 113 Girls' Basketball Kay makes another point for the Waspettes Intramural Jump ball for beginning of game. A one-handed push shot for two points .Q ---audi The aim of the Emory and Henry Col- lege Intramural Program is to interest and increase the number of boys to participate in sports. Points are awarded for winning a game, the number of players, participat- ing, winning a championship, providing of- ficials and other minor points. Football, bas- ketball, volleyball and tennis are the major intramural sports. The individual and dual sports are tennis, handball, table tennis, checkers, chess, badminton and golf. A fast break - and a layup. The opponents now score two B as ketb a I I Final Standings Phi Gamma Phi Waldorfs Sigma Iota Dom-I-Neckers Beta Lambda Zeta Phi Pi Alpha Intramural J A gain of ten yards by pass Nailed at the line of scrimmage . 23351 -C' 116 The Phi Gamma Phi Fraternity came out in Hrst place in the football action. The Phi beaten only by the Beta Lambs and the Dom-L Neckers. The final standings were: Phi Gamma Phi Dom-I-Neckers Sigma Iota Beta Lambda Zeta A.?-M4 , Gams were A loss of twelve yards Football No gain at all 1 . l 3 '-I 1 ' MJ! Q Q Y Q K vol-"""i' 'M' ' V . . - V- Y - I' ,, . 5 V. .--- it 1 ' " Q 1 f .. .H - , ' -' -" ' ' I . - -'- 'l, It . 137- -af. ,, pg-ff"-'7 T. ' ' ' L n-' 'f ' ,. I 5 . .V -. wi- 2 , T f ' - . . - ' :mA F' , ' ' ' - ' r ' vw' . ,- ' . mg! ' - ' -Q-' .. .' .3 F . l ' H- . - H er.- Mafd .1 . '.. -.331-15: 7. J 'wt' . -Regan., ,..Lg, Q. 1 X I4 1. - VC' Q., A FELQC itat-V ,1 a iff. .- - V -A 5 .1 ' T A-. ,VA - -A qi Q ."- I1 . ,nv - - '.-, A X513 , 7. A - . .. 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V9.1-J. 1-5 - .'. -- 1 ' ' - - A Y ' 1' .-J-'Nl 'f A -w - '...1 , ' PP 'W' Y' xr .up -af-in "H "9 " -.. 1 Main Dining Hall, looking toward fireplace Office section for student government W , ,.f -T, ,,1A ,- . .2 - -L-..iL,f,1-.,...k.,,L,. Front view of new dining hall. To some just an idea has now become a reality. The new Stu- dent Union building, now in its final stages, will be ready for use in April. This building will contain: the Hutg the bookstore 3 of- fices for the Dean of Men, Dean of Women, student government, and also the Sphinxg a large dining hall with a fire place and loung- ing facilities will be in this building. This new building will be an- other great advancement for Emory in its goal for the best facilities for college students. 119 is-Q Chapel Speakers Dr. Burkhart Dr, Denma P'V,.lKain-ig, fn.. 1 Dr. Buttricks Dr. Clelland The purpose of the chapel services is to enlighten the students. The services in- clude world renown speakers who have traveled all over the world and are inter- ested in world affairs. To keep our faith in God as it should he we have well-known ministers to teach us the way of Christ. This is as much a part of Emory's life and history as are the buildings, students and faculty. 121 Dr. Wiley And now we close the book H- and the year. With gratitude we look back on what is finished. But we know it is never really over, for far in the future our memories will stir, and again we will walk these ways. It was such a laughing time. We will remember the parties, the lighthearted laughter, the athletics. But hidden away and care- fully saved will be the memory of a friend gained, a goal won, a moment of glory that made the day-by-day tasks endurable. This has been a year of advancement and achievement - both for the school and for the students. The school now includes new buildings, and the promise of future achievements. The students have made new achievements, and have the hope of success in the future. HMACTE VIRTUTEH - Go forward, increase in excellence 122 Q -ea -nf L H ,. if , A-fx-mg W K sie! , 7, 'az aggw Aw .- " " l ' , Y MN ,., , - Sag :rm 2, .MW WJ, as My ,, rw QQ agsa 4' 36 ii 'ESE Q if fjflf 1 Q? B, X x. Ax .wx ln Memoriam ?a,g,,,bNgqt Dr. James N. Hillman Christian - teacher - scholar - gentleman. Dr. James Noah Hillman was all these. He was 'lBig Docf' who served this college as president from 1922 until 1941. He left behind an admirable record of service to this school. His dedication to the highest goals served as a source of inspiration to all who knew him. His deep and sincere religious faith, to which he was a living witness . . . His devotion to the progress and achievements of education . . . His long and devoted service to the great Masonic fraternity, so long a part of his life . . . The open door of his oihce - and his heart . . . We will not forget him. He was the great American success story, for he was' the "hometown boy who made good." And from his quiet dignity and humility we learn the true meaning of great- ness. 124- In Memoriam Dr. R. L. Hillman, M. D. There was a long friendship between Doctor Rolfe Louis Hillman and Emory and Henry College - beginning with his student days, continuing during the period when he was a member of the faculty - and later, during his years as college physi- cian. And now Emory is aware of a great sense of loss. Dear "Li'l Doc!" How many classes of students did you watch come and go? How many times did you doctor, cheer, and encourage your "Wasps" on to victory? And who could count the colds and sprained ankles you have treated - or the problems and worries to which you offered a sympathetic ear? You were a part of the traditions which surround and uphold this college. The last few years, despite severe illness, you continued your work - and the new stu- dents came to know and love you, too. You've done a good job here. So long "Li'l Doc" - See you in the morning. 125 Senior Activities ADDINGTON, JAMES B. Football 1953-54, 1957-585 Basketball 1953-545 White Topper Staff, Sports writer5 Hermesian Literary Society 1957-595 Radio Club5 Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Sergeant at Arms 1957-585 Engineering Club 1957-58, Vice President 19585 Veterans, Club 1957-59, Secretary- Treasurer5 Honor.Roll 1957, 19585 Scoutmaster of Scout Troop. ARNOLD, HAROLD E. BAKER, RUTH -EVELYN C.S.M. Worship Committee 1955-595 Thalian Literary Society, Secretary 19575 Kappa Delta Epsilon, Vice Presi- dent 1958, President 19595 Cardinal Key, Vice President 1958, President 19595 Band 1955-595 Chi Club, Secretary 19585 Woman's Student Association, Senior Representative 1958-595 Woman's Athletic Association, Senior Representa- tive 1958 5 Alpha Gamma Psi 19575 Choir 1955-595 Delta Rho Delta Sorority, Goatmaster 1958, Sergeant at Arms 1957-585 Accompanist for Choir, 19555 Librarian for Choir 19565 "Carmen,,5 "Cavalleria rusticana", Stage Manager. BIGGS, MACHEL C. Student Judiciary 1957-585 Tumbling Club, Vice Presi- dent 1956-575 Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity, Goatmaster 1957, 1959, Athletic,Director 1958 5 Assistant to Prof. McLeod. BOWMAN, MACK VERNON Phi Gamma Phi Fraternity. BRALLEY, BOBBY LEE Student Legislature 19575 Baseball 1956-59, lettered in 1956,57,58,595 Varsity Club5 Sigma Iota Fraternity. BRICKEY, DARRYL CICCONE, ALVIN J. Vice President of Student Body 1958-595 Student Legis- lature 1956-575 Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice President 1957-58, President 1958-59 5 Blue Key, 1957-59 5 Beta Beta Beta 1957-595 Alpha Gamma Psi 1957-595 Choir 19575 Collegians, President 1957-595 Madrigals 1957-595 Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secretary 19555 Interfraternity Council, Secre- tary 19555 Who's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities 1958-595 Member of Rat Committee 19585 Collegian Quartet 1957-59 5 "Carmen" 5 "Cavalleria rusticanaf' CLAYTOR, BERNARD R. Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity, President 1958, Athletic Direc- tOI'. COLLINS, ROBERT G. COOPER, PEGGY SUE Student Legislature 19585 Student Judiciary 1958-595 C.S.M., Secretary 1957-585 Worship Committee 1955-565 Fellowship Committee 1956-57 5 Campus Relations Com- mittee 1958-595 Sphinx Stalf, Copy Editor 19575 W.S.A. Handbook Editor 19585 Thalian Literary Society5 Kappa Delta Epsilon 1958-595 Cardinal Key, Vice President 1958-595 Chi Club 1955-585 Woman's Student Associ- ation, Junior Representative 1957-58, President, 1958-595 Kappa Phi Alpha Sorority5 Sigma Mu5 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 1958-595 Dean's List 1957-585 Honor Roll 1955-575 Rat Committee 19575 Stu- dent Government Survey Committee 1957-585 Chairman Student Recruitment Committee 1957-58 5 Student Assist- ant for Miss Webb 5 Work for Dr. Naylor5 "Our Townf' COULTHARD, CHARLES R. COX, JACK L. Baseball, lettered in 1952-55-565 Phi Gamma Phi Fra- ternity, Secretary 1956, President 1957,19595 Varsity Club, Treasurer 1955. CROCKETT, PENELOPE C. Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class 1957-585 Student Legis- lature 1958-595 C.S.M. Fellowship Committee 1955-565 Worship Committee 1957-585 White Topper Staff, Girls' Sports Editor 1957-585 Thalian Literary Society 5 Cardinal Key5 Woman's Athletic Association, Secretary Treasurer 1957-585 Social Standards Committee 1958-595 Alpha Beta Chi Sorority, Reporter 1957, President 19585 Pan Hellenic Council, Secretary Treasurer, 19585 Sigma Mu5 Dean's List 19565 Honor Roll 1955,56-57-585 Minority Floor Leader of Student Legislature 1958-595 Student Assistant to Dr. Dow 1956-575 Physics Lab Assistant 1958-595 Math Tutor 1957-585 Math Instructor 19595 "Sabina,'5 "Our Town"5 Water Show 1956-59. DAILY, MARTHA JANE DALTON, RICHARD B. DAVIS, ALAN Football 1955,19595 Calliopean Literary Society5 Alpha Epsilon Delta 5 Sigma Iota Fraternity, Goatmaster 1958-59 5 Athletic Director 1958-595 Biology Club 1955-575 Worked in Dining Hall5 Roanoke Times Carrier. '. DAVIS, MELVIN OTT ' DEXTER, LARRY A. DOBBINS, RAYMOND W. Student Judiciary 1957-585 C.S.M. Outreach Committee 1956-585 Tennis Team, lettered in 1958-595 White Topper Staff, Sports Editor 1957, Reporter 1957-585 Hermesian Literary Society 1957-595 Alpha Psi Omega 1957-595 Blue Key 1958-595 Chi Club, Chaplain 1957-585 Collegians, Treasurer 1957-585 Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Athletic Director 1957-585 "Skin of Our Teeth"5 "Our Town"5 "Kind Lady"5 "Cavalleria rusticanaf' DOUTHAT, RUTH DOWDY, ANNIE MAE Ferrum Junior College5 Secretary Freshman Class 1955- 565 Secretary-Treasurer Student Body 1956-57 5 Secretary Treasurer C.S.M. 1955-56, 1956-575 Iron Blade Staff 1956-575 Snapshot Editor of Beacon 1956-575 Student Government Handbook 1956-57 5 Choir 1955-575 Rat Com- mittee l956-575 Most Dependable of Sophomore Class 1956-57 5 Candidate for Sweetheart Queen 1956-575 Worked in Panthers, Den 1955-575 Emory 8t Henry College5 Wor- ship Committee 1957-585 Fellowship Committee 1958-595 Intramural Sports5 Cheerleader 1957-595 Thalian Literary Society, President 1958-595 Kappa Delta Epsilon5 Chi Club 1957-585 Woman's Athletic Association 1956-575 So- cial Standards Committee 1958-595 Alpha Beta Chi So- rority5 Typist in Library. DUTTON, MARION JACK F ootball5 Baseball, lettered in 1958. DUTY, HOMER H. ELDRETH, LESTER FRED Student Judiciary 19575 Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity, Secre- tary 1959, President 1957-585 Pan Hellenic Council 1957- 585 Dean's List 1957-585 Physics Lab Instructor. FARLEY, JAMES C. FIELDS, RONALD W. Calliopean Literary Society5 Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity. GEORGE, NORMA F. C.S.M. Campus Relations Committee 1955-575 White Topper Staff, News Writer 1957-585 Thalian Literary So- ciety5 Kappa Delta Epsilon, Secretary 1958-595 Cardinal Keyg Band 1955-585 Woman's Athletic Association 1957- 585 Choir 1955-57 5 Social Standards Committee 1958-595 Alpha Beta Chi Sorority, Goatmaster 1956-57, Secretary 1957-585 Sigma Mu 1957-595 Honor Roll 1955-595 Dean's List 1957-585 Student Assistant to Dr. I-Iill 1957-585 "Skin of Our Teeth"5 Pirates of Penzance5 Water Show 1956-57. Senior Activities GILMER, HARRY W. C.S.M. Worship Committee 1955-565 Student Hand- book Business Manager 19565 Hermesian Literary Society5 Beta Beta Beta, Historian 19585 Chi Club5 Alpha Gamma Psi5 Choir 1958-595 Collegians5 Collegian Quarter 1956- 575 Biology Club5 Sigma Mu, President 1958-595 Deanis List 1958-595 National Methodist Scholarship 1955-575 "The Nine Muses"5 Student Educational Assistant, Abingdon Methodist Churchg Assistant Choir Director 1956-595 Blue Key. GOBLE, DAVID W. GOODMAN, JAMES W. Phi Gamma Phi Fraternity5 Veterans' Club. GORDON, JUDITH A. C.S.M. Outreach Committee 1955-565 Alethian Literary Society 1955-59, Secretary 19575 Alpha Psi Omega5 Chi Club5 Woman's Student Association, House President 1958 5 Alpha Gamma Psi 5 Choir5 Kappa Phi Alphag Li- brary Assistant 1957-585 "I-Iarvey"5 "Skin of Our Teeth"5 "Carmen"5 "Kind Ladyf' GRAHAM, HARVEY Chi Club5 Library Assistant5 "Carmen" GRIFFITTS, JOSEPH P. Student Judiciary 19595 Tennis Team, lettered in 1951-525 Assistant Coach of Tennis Team 19595 Alpha Gamma Psi 1951-525 Collegians, Business Manager 1951- 52. HAAG,NILS N. HAMMOND, J. RONALD HANKLA, EDWARD G. HARRINGTON, WILLIAM G. Business Manager for Student Handbook5 Collegians5 Library work 1955-57. HESSON, PHYLLIS A. C.S.M. Worship Committee 1955-56, Campus Rela- tions Committee 1958-595 White Topper Staff, News staiif, Circulation Staff 5 Alethian Literary Society, Ser- geant at Arms 1956, Secretary 1957, President 19575 Chi Club5 Social Standards Committee 1957-585 Delta Rho Delta Sorority, Treasurer 1957-585 Young Democratic Club5 Library Assistant. HIGHT, HARRY W., Jr, White Topper Staff, Member Feature Staff, "Trouble with Harry" 1956-595 Hermesian Literary Society, Vice President 19585 Band 1955-595 Chi Club 1955-595 Choir 1957-585 Tumbling Club, President 19575 Radio Club 1956- 595 Collegians 1956-59 5 Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity Chaplain 1957-585 Counselor for Emory M.Y.F. 1957-595 Circle K 1958-59 5 "Cavalleria rusticana',5 "The Nine Muses." HOLLOWAY, BILL Student Legislature 19565 Football, lettered in 1956-585 Honorary Captain 1958 5 Baseball 5 Sigma Iota Fraternity, Athletic Director 1956-57, Vice President 1958-595 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 1958-59 5 Var- sity Club, President 19585 Honor Roll 1955-19585 Worked in "Hut" 1957-585 Assistant in Accounting Lab 19585 Blue Key. I-IOPPER, BILL R. Student Judiciary 1958-595 C.S.M. Worship Committee 1955-565 Fellowship Committee 1956-575 Campus Rela- tions Committee 1958-595 Beta Beta Beta, Treasurer 1957- 58, Vice President 1958-595 Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Secretary 1956, Treasurer 1958, President 19595 Pan Hel- lenic Council 19595 Honor Roll 1957-585 Dining Hall Work 1956-595 "Carmen"5 "Cavalleria rusticana"5 Blue Key. HOUSTON, JOHN M. HUBBARD, JAMES D. Band 5 Alpha Gamma Psi5 Collegians 19555 Sigma Iota Fraternity. HUNT, MARY E. C.S.M. Worship Committee 1956-595 Thalian Literary Society, Critic 19585 Alpha Psi Omega, President 1958-595 Cardinal Key5 Chi Club, Secretary 1957 5 Woman's Student Association, Treasurer 19585 Choir 19575 Tumbling Club, President 1957-58 5 Social Standards Committee 1957-58 5 Kappa Phi Alpha, Chaplain 19575 Vice President 1958 5 Pan Hellenic Council5 Dean's List 19585 Receptionist, Martha Washington Hall 1958-595 Water Show 19575 "Our Town,'5 "King Lady." HURT, EDDIE JENKINS, MARSHALL JONES, BETTY ANNE Secretary Treasurer Sophomore Class 1956-575 C.S.M. Fellowship Committee 1955-56, Worship Committee 1956- 585 Basketball, lettered in 1955-565 White Topper Staff, Typist 1957-595 Sphinx StaFf, Typist 1958-59 5 Thalian Literary Society, Sergeant at Arms 1958 5 Alpha Epsilon Delta 1957-595 Kappa Delta Epsilon 1959 5 Beta Beta Beta, Secretary Treasurer 19595 Woman's Student Associa- tion 19585 Woman's Athletic Association 19575 Alpha Gamma Psi 1956-595 Choir 1955-56 5 Madrigals 19565 Al- pha Beta Chi Sorority, Secretary, 19585 Library Assistant 1955-575 Honor Roll 19595 "Carmen"5 Cardinal Key. KANNON, JAMES C. Martin College5 President of M.S.M. 1956-57 5 Tennis, lettered in 19575 Library work. Emory Sc Henry College 5 Chi Club. KISER, CLYDES B. Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity, Vice President 1958-59. KNIGHT, DAVID B. Student Judiciary, Chief Justice 1957-58 5 C.S.M. Wor- ship Committee Chairman 1956-585 Alpha Psi Omegag Blue Key, President 1958-595 Choirg Collegians5 Sigma Iota Fraternity, Secretary 1958-59 5 Sigma Mu 5 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 1957-19585 Dean's List 19575 "Our Town"5 'gHarvey,'5 "You Can't Take It With You." KOCHTITSKY, ELEANOR LEASURE, LARRY J. Student Judiciary 19575 Kappa Phi Kappa, President 1958559, Treasurer 1957-585 Radio Club5 Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity, Chaplain 1958, Sergeant at Arms 1959. LEONARD, MARK W. Student Judiciary 1957-58 5 C.S.M. Fellowship Commit- tee Chairman 1957-58, Worship Committee 1958-59 5 Foot- ball, lettered in 1957-59 5 Calliopean Literary Society, President 1957-58 5 Vice President 19585 Sergeant at Arms 1956-57 5 Blue Key, Vice President 1958-59 5 Choir 1956- 575 Collegians 1955-595 Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Sergeant at Arms 1956, Goatmaster 1957, Athletic Direc- tor 19585 Varsity Club 1957-59 5 Virginia All State Foot- ball Team 1958-595 Honorable Mention Little All-American 1958-595 Assistant Scoutmaster for local Emory Troop 1957-585 Traffic Committee 1958-595 Dance Committee 1957-58. LESTER, DOUGLAS M. White Topper Staff, Sports Editor 1958-59, News Staff 52-54, 1957-595 Kappa Phi Kappa 19585 Band 1952-54, 1957-585 Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Secretary 19575 Veterans' Club 1957-58. LEWIS, RODGER S. Veterans' Club, Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity. Senior Activities LLOYD, STEVE M. Football 1955 , Calliopean Literary Society, Pi Gamma Mu, Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity, Athletic Director, Treas- urer 1958-59 , Worked in Hut. LOONEY, ROBERT F. Student Judiciary 1956-57, Hermesian Literary Society, Treasurer 1956, Band 1955-57, Collegians 1956, Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Goatmaster, Athletic Director, Sergeant at Arms, Laundryman, Abingdon 1957-58, Mar- ion 1958-59 , Member of Virginia Highlands Chamber Or- chestra, "Carmen", "Pirates of Penzance." MCELROY, WILLIAM E. Student Judiciary 1956, Sphinx Staff, Assistant Editor 1957-58, Editor 1958-59, Circle K, Charter President 1958-59, American Institute of Mechanical Engineers fV.P.I.j 1955-56, Emory Engineers, President 1957-58, Ad- visor 1958-59 , Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity, Treasurer 1958-59 , School Photographer, Football Photographer. MILLER, BARBARA A. C.S.M. Church Relations Committee 1958-59, Thalian Literary Society, Treasurer 1958, Phi Theta Kappa fHi- wasseej 1956-57, Chi Club, Woman's Student Associa- tion 1958, Hiwassee Citizenship Medal, Library Work 1958, Student Assistant 1958-59. MILLS, RICHARD R. Student Judiciary 1957-58, C.S.M. Information Com- mittee 1957-59, Football, lettered in 1955, Basketball, Cal- liopean Literary Society, President 1958-59, Treasurer 1957, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta Beta Beta, Sigma Iota Fraternity, Biology Club, Veterans' Club, Honor Roll, Lab Assistant in Biology. MOONEY, SYLVIA O. C.S.M. Outreach Committee Chairman 1957-58, Cam- pus Relations Committee 1956-57, Fellowship Commit- tee 1955-56, Alpha Psi Omega 1956-59, Vice President 1957-58, Womanls Student Association, 1956-57, Social Standards Committee 1956, Alpha Beta Chi Sorority, Treas- urer 1958, Honor Roll 1955, Library Work 1957-58, Dele- gate to M.S.M. Quadrenial 1957, "When Shakespeare's Ladies Meet", "Skin of Our Teeth", "Harvey", "Pirates of Penzance", "Carmen',, "Cavalleria rustieana", Card- inal Key. OWEN, JOE A. Radio Club 1958, Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity, Secretary 1958, President 1959. PANNELL, FRANK W. Phi Gamma Phi Fraternity, Athletic Director 1957-58, Goatmaster 1958, Circle K, Engineering Club 1957-59, Worked in Hut 1958-59. PATTERSON, SAM Student Judiciary 1958-59, Tennis 1956, White Topper Staff, Feature Writer 1956, Hermesian Literary Society, President 1958, Secretary 1956, Treasurer 1957, Sergeant at Arms 1959, Tau Kappa Alpha, President 1958-59, Circle K, Treasurer 1958 , Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity, Goatmaster 1957, Treasurer 1958, Vice President 1959, Pan Hellenic Council 1959, Debate Team, Secretary 1958 , Eastern T.K.A., Virginia Regional T.K.A., Young Democratic Club, President 1957-58, Blue Key. PINKSTON, SIDNEY Martin College: Student Body Vice President 1956-57, M.S.M. Vice President 1955-56, Tennis 1955-57, Martin- ette Staff, Editor 1956-57, Martinare, Sports Editor 1955- 56, Delta Psi Omega, Vice President 1956-57, Emory 8L Henry College: Football 1957, Chi Club, Vice President 1958, President 1958, Choir 1958, Radio Club, Program Chairman 1958, Student Assistant in Religious Education Building 1959, Soloist in Christmas Oratorio 1958. POWERS, ALLEN W. Baseball, Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity, Athletic Director 1956-57. PRICE, THOMAS L. PROGAR, DONALD Student Legislature 1958-59, Football, lettered in 1956- 58, Phi Gamma Phi Fraternity, Secretary 1958, Sigma Mu, Vice President 1958-59, Varsity Club, Secretary-Treasurer 1957, Worked in Dining Hall 1955-57, Blue Key. REVILLA, THOMAS R. RIGNEY, SHIRLEY ANN Ferrurn Junior College: Editor of the Iron Blade 1956- 57, Woman's Student Association, Vice President, 1955- 56, President 1956-57, Dean's List 1955-57, Honor Society, Emory 8L Henry College: C.S.M. Information Committee 1957, Worship Committee 1958, Basketball 1958-59, Thal- ian Literary Society, Sergeant at Arms 1957, Kappa Delta Epsilon, Treasurer 1957-58, Library Work 1957-59, Recep- tionist at Martha Washington Hall. RIPLEY, JOI-IN E. University of Tennessee: Alpha Gamma Rho, Emory 8: Henry College: Chi Club, Vice President 1956-57, Cir- cuit Riders, President 1957, Student Pastor. ROBERTS, PEGGY M. Woman's Student Association 1956, Alpha Beta Chi Sorority. ROBERTS, RUTH A. Student Legislature 1958-59, Basketball, lettered in 1955- 58, White Topper Circulation Staff, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Secretary 1957-59, Beta Beta Beta, Biology Club, Woman's Athletic Association, President 1957-59 , Woman's Student Association 1956-57, Tumbling Club, Secretary 1956, So- cial Standards Committee, Delta Rho Delta Sorority, Sec- retary 1957-58, President 1958, Pan Hellenic Council 1958, Dean's List 1958, Honor Roll, Young Democratic Club, Water Show 1956, Cardinal Key. RODGERS, BILL Freshman Class President 1955-56, President of Student Body 1958-59, Student Legislature 1955-59, C.S.M. Treas- urer 1957-58, Information Committee Chairman 1956-57, Worship Committee 1955-56, 1957-58, Outreach Commit- tee 1958-59, Sphinx Business Manager, Student Hand- book Editor, Hermesian Literary Society, Tau Kappa Alpha, President 1957-58, Blue Key, Chi Club, Alpha Gamma Psi, Choir, Radio Club, Collegians, Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Secretary 1956-57, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 1957-59, Winner of Anderson Debate Medal, Debate Team Captain, Mem- ber of Rat Committee, Delegate to M.S.M. Quadrenial Conference, President of Virginia Model UN Assembly, Dining Hall Work 1955-59, Student Manager of Dining Hall 1957-59. ROLLINS, ELINOR A. Worship Committee of C.S.M. 1955-56, Campus Re- lations Committee 1956-57, Basketball Team, Alethian Literary Society, Kappa Delta Epsilon 1958-59, Cardinal Key, President 1958-59, Woman's Athletic Association, Alpha Gamma Psi 1957-58, Choir 1955-57, Social Stand- ards Committee, Madrigals 1955-56, 1956-57, Alpha Beta Chi Sorority, Goatmaster 1958, Vice President 1958, Dean's List, Hillman Oratory Medal Winner, Honor Roll 1955- 56-57, Rat Committee Member 1958, Student Assistant in Math, "Zingu,', "Carmen" ROUSE, WILLIAM H. Senior Activities ROWLAND, VIRGINIA Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class 1958-595 C.S.M. Outreach Committee 1955-58, Worship Committee 1958- 595 Basketball, lettered in 1955-59, Captain Basketball Team 1957-585 Cheerleader 1955-58, Head Cheerleader 1958-595 Sphinx Staff, Organization Editor 1957-585 Ale- thian Literary Society 1955-57 5 Cardinal Key, Historian '1958-595 Woman's Athletic Association 1955-56, Recorder 1956-57, Vice President 1957-585 Choir 1955-575 Social Standards Committee 1958-595 Kappa Phi Alpha Sorority, Goatmaster 19585 President 19595 Pan Hellenic Council5 Member of Rat Committee5 Maid of Honor in May Court 19585 Phi Gamma Phi Sweetheart 19565 Candidate for Homecoming Queen 19565 Delegate to Chicago for A.A.H.P.E.R. Convention 19565 Worked in Athletic OHice 1955-595 Physical Education Instructor 1958-595 "Wher Shakespeare's Ladies Meetf, RUSH, BEVERLY RUSSELL, MARY SEESE, FRANK T. Cheerleader 19555 White Topper, Business Manager, Copy Editor5 Tumbling Club 19555 Library Work 19555 Work in Dining Hall 1958-595 College Theater. SEYMOUR, JOHN Student Judiciary, Chief Justice 1958-595 White Topper Editor 1957, Assistant Editor 1956, Sports Editor 1955-565 Sphinx Staff, Sports Editor 1956-575 Herrnesian Literary Society, Critic 1957-585 Blue Key5 Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, President 19585 Secretary 1958, Athletic Direc- tor 19595 Pan Hellenic Council 19585 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 1958-595 Dining Hall Work 1958-59. SMITH, REBA T. SPURGEON, BETTY JUNE Student Legislature 1956-585 Student Judiciary 1957-585 C.S.M. Outreach Committee 1957-585 Alethian Literary Society5 Alpha Psi Omega 1957-595 Woman's Student As- sociation, 1956, Vice President 1957-585 Social Standards Committee Chairman 1957-585 Kappa Phi Alpha Sorority5 Manager of Hut Summer 19575 "I-Iarvey"5 "You Can't Take It With You"5 "Skin of Our Teeth." TRENT, MONA LOIS ' I-Iiwassee College5 Basketball 1954-565 Dramatics Club5 Emory 8: Henry College: Chi Club. TURNER, ELIZABETH O. C.S.M. Information Committee 1955-56, Worship Com- mittee 1957-595 White Topper Assistant Editor 1955-58, Feature Editor 1955, "Lil Bumpkin's Infernon 1955-595 Sphinx Literary Editor 1957-585 Alethian Literary Society, Critic 1957, President 19585 Kappa Delta Epsilon, Cardi- nal Key5 Alpha Gamma Psi5 Choir 1955-565 Tumbling Club 1956-575 Kappa Phi Alpha Sorority, Goatmaster 1957, Secretary 1957-585 Honor Roll 1956-19585 Wforked in Dining Hall Summer 19575 "Zingu"5 "Pirates of Pen- zance"5 "Carmen"5 "The Nine Muses"5 Water Show Script Writer 1957-595 Water Show Participant 1957-58. UMHOLTZ, JOHN L. VAUGHAN, GEORGE B. Student Judiciary 1958-595 Basketball 19555 Phi Pi Alpha Fraternity, Secretary 1957, President 1958-595 Pan Hellenic Council 19585 Veteran's Club at Concord College. VAUGHN, KATHERINE ANN Secretary Treasurer Freshman Class 1955-565 Student Body Secretary Treasurer 1956-575 Student Legislature 1955-56, Secretary 1956-575 C.S.M. VVorship Committee 1955-57, Campus Relations Committee 1957-585 Basket- ball 19555 White Topper Typist 1957-58: Alethian Literary Society, President 1958, Vice President 1957-59, Treas- urer 1956, Publicity Chairman 19575 Cardinal Key, Secre- :ary Treasurer 1958-595 Woman's Student Association 1956-575 VVoman,s Athletic Association 1955-565 Choir 1955-565 Tumbling Club 1955-565 Alpha Beta Chi So- rority, Secretary 19585 Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities 19585 Winner of Williams Declamation Medal 19575 Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity Sweetheart 1957-58 5 Can- didate for Homecoming Queen 19575 May Court 19585 Faculty Secretary 1958-595 Research assistant in biology 1956-595 "Falling Star." VAUGHAN, MASON A. Student Judiciary 1957-585 Calliopean Literary Society, Treasurer 19575 Beta Beta Beta 1957-595 Band 1955-565 Collegians 1955-575 Sigma Iota Fraternity, Sergeant at Arms 1958-595 Honor Roll 1957. WELLS, HARRY B. Dom-I-Nicker Fraternity. WELLS, WILLIAM R. Student Judiciary 1958-595 C.S.M. Campus Relations Committee 1957-58, Worship Committee 1956-575 Band 1955-565 Chi Club 1955-585 Radio Club 1958-595 Beta Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Goatmaster 1956, Chaplain 1947, Secretary 1959 5 Jerry Esteppeis Orchestra 1955-56 5 Honor Roll 19565 Library Assistant 1956-59. WHITE, CAROLYN C.S.M. Outreach Committee 1955-58, VVorship Commit- tee 1958-595 White Topper Circulation Staff 1955-565 Thalian Literary Society, Secretary 1956-575 Chi Club 1955-595 Alpha Gamma Psi 1957-595 Choir 1955-585 Mad- rigals 1955-565 Delta Rho Delta Sorority, Goatmaster 1955- 565 MYF Counselor in Abingdon 1957-595 Instructor for Life Saving 19595 "Pirates of Penzance,'5 "Cavalleria rus- ticana"5 "Carmen,'5 "The Nine Muses"5 c'Falling Star,'5 Water Show 1956-1958. WILEY, EVELYN B. WILLIAMS, ANDREW L. WILLIAMS, DWIGHT N. President Sophomore Class 1956-575 Vice President Student Body 1957-585 Football5 Basketball, lettered in 1956-595 Sphinx, Assistant Business Manager 1958-595 Blue Key, Secretary Treasurer 1958-595 Sigma Iota Frater- nity, Athletic Director 1957-58 5 Whois Who in American Colleges and Universities 1957-19585 Rat Committee 19585 Varsity Club, Vice President 19575 Worked in Dining Hall. WILLOUGHBY, J. RONALD Student Legislature 19575 Student Judiciary 19585 Bas- ketball 1955-575 White Topper Staff 1955-565 Radio Club 1955-565 Collegians 1955-565 Sigma Iota Frater- nity, Goatmaster 1958-595 Worked in Hut 1957. WOMAC, DONALD R. WORLEY, EDWARD L. Name Arnold, Harold E. Baker, Ruth Evelyn Biggs, Machel C. Bralley, Bobby Lee Ciccone, Alvin J. Claytor, Brcnard R. Collins, Robert G. Cooper, Peggy Sue Cox, Jack Lee Crockett, Penelope Daily, Martha Jane Dalton, Richard B. Davis, Melvin Ott Dexter, Larry A. Dobbins, Raymond W. Douthat, Mrs. Ruth R, Dowdy, Annie Mae Duty, Homer H. 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Richard Smith, Kenneth Dean Sorensen, August E. Stamper, Jackson Lee Starnes, o Anne Steed, Mlny Dale Stewart, R. Warren Stone, Arthur Gene Stoneman, Theresa Gay Surbcr, Peggy Jean Swafford, Sandra E. Talbert, Rebecca J. Tan, Eng Seng Taylor, Virginia Ann Testerman, Delores Ann Todd, Thomas W. Tolley, jack A. Towe, Albert Darden Turner, Claude E., Jr. Turner, Tynee Priscilla Vaughan, Kelly Wall, Bill Clarence Warner, Ralph S. Weaver, Marlin D. White, Berl Lee Witt, Michael Gary Womack, Robert B. Worley, James C. Worrell, William W. Addington, Raymond J. Altizer, Bobby R. Anderson, Dave C. Anderson, John M., Jr. Atkinson, Marvel S. Auvil, Mary June Bailey, Kent G. Bales, Buford Robert E. Ballance, William Roy Barber, Paul E. Barker, Richard L. Barrack, Francis Gerald Belcher, Elma Sue Bennett, George E, Beumcr. Howard L. Bialkowski, Mary L. Billings, James Wayne Bohnert, Neil W. Bordwine, J. Roger Bowman, Charlotte F. Bradley, Don L. Bradley, Ronald Bradshaw, Carla Ann Breneman, Judith Sue Bricker, Jett D. Brittain, Wm. D., Jr. Brock, Janice FRESHMEN Route 1, Saltvillc, Va. 2520 Truman Ave., Knoxville. Tenn. 127 Prospect St., Covington, Va, Cleveland, Va. Route 1. Box 989. Lakeland. Fla. 521 Elmwood Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. 323 Mohawk St., Morristown, Tenn. 3117 N. Second Rd., Arlington, Va. 227 Culpeper St., Culpeper, Va. Hillsville, Va. Route 2, Box 591, Bluefield, W. Va. Chilhowie, Va. Box 397, Galax, Va. Box 18, Bishop, Va. 108 Lexington St., Coving- ton, Va. 1017 Jefferson Ave., Clifton Forge, Va. 1809 Kensington St., New Kens- ington, Pa. Gen. Menocal No. 29, Sta. Cruz Del. Norte, Habana, Cuba Glade Spring, Va. Route 2, Piney Flats, Tenn. 2901 Noah St., Chattanooga 6, Tenn. 107 Ulcna Lane, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 535 Oakhurst Ave., Blucheld, W. Va. 4400 Newport Ave,, Richmond, Va. Box 1117, Grundy, Va. Box 552, Saltvillc. Va. Box 242, Abingdon, Va. Jewell Ridge, Va. 867 High SL., Worthington, Ohio Henry St., Marion, Va. Box 544, Honaker, Va. 421 Old Centralia. Rd,. Chester, Va. 523 Beverly Hills Dr., Smyrna, Ga. 326 lVcst Conn, Council Grove, Kansas Hillsville, Va. Saltville. Va. 2211 Kirby Avenue, Chat- tanooga, Term. Meadowview, Va. 32, Ayer Rajah Rd., Georgetown, Penang, Malaya Route I, Box 184. Damascus, Va. Route 3, Marion, Va. Box 216, Coalwood, W. Va. Alum Spring Rd., Pulaski, Va. 211 E. High St., Charlottesville, Va.. 508 E. jackson St. Gate City, Va. Route 2, Box 180, Stuart, Va. Capron, Va. Chilhowie, Va. Swoope, Va. 35 South Fourth St., Shamokin, Pa. Route 2, Abingdon, Va. 3133 Martha Curtis Dr., Alexan- dria, Va. Big Stone Gap, Va. Chatham Hill, Va. Route 2, Box 246. Hillsvillc, Va. Route 2. Nickclsville. Va. 300 Cullmert Dr., Marion, Va. 1013 W. 4-7th Street, Richmond, Va. 732 North Cleveland St., Arling- ton, Va. 4851 N. Sixteenth St., Arlington, Va. Box 1148, Grundy, Va. College Heights, Princeton, W. Va. 728 Chatham Hill Rd., Marion, Va. 1040 W. 35th St., Norfolk, Va. 501 Walnut St., Princeton, W. Va. 22 Thirteenth St., Bristol. Tenn. 1226 W. Queen St., Hampton, Va. Box 1036, Richlands. Va. 17 james St., Bristol, Va. 2721 Hollowell Ave., S,W., Roa- noke, Va. 1800 Seddon Rd.. Richmond, Va Box 60. Warrensvillc, N.C. 2370 N. Oakland St., Arlington, Va. Route 2, Glade Spring, Va. 638 Main Street, Jenkins, Ky. Route 4, Box 7, Abingdon, Va. 1314 Arlington Terrace, Alexan- dria. Va. 1446 Valley St., Kingsport, Tenn. 2205 Bailey Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 513 Fifth St., Shenandoah, Va. 815 N. Columbus St.. Alexandria, Va. 916 White Ave.. Maryville. Tenn. Kesting, Sharr Lee Box 334, Rich Creek, Va. Broome, Jeannie M. Brown, Eugene Robert Brown, G. Stanley Brown, James D. Brunzlick, Martin Bryan, Carole Sue Burchett, Charles R. Burton, David H. Bush, Jack Butzner, Karl Thompson Byington, Joe Rhea Caldwell, James E. Calhoun, Wm. Richard Carmichel, Betty Lou Carroll, Leonard P. Carson, Charles D. Carson, Patricia Lou Carter, Edwin C. Cheek, James E., II Cleasby, Dorothy H. Combs, William L., Jr. Cook, Walter Wesley Copenhaver, Judith L. Coulthard. Wm. H. Counts, Wilma Frances Cox, Charles L. Creasy, Shirley Ann Crews, James N. Daily, Thomas C. Daugherty, John Ray Daughtrcy, Wm. Henry, Davidson, Geneva Anne Davis, Charlene Sue Davis, Jack H. Davis, Richard H. Davis, Wm. Ronald Dawson, Henry C., Jr. Delius, Miss Scott W. Dcllinger, James E. Dilfee, Patricia Ruth Dougherty, James A. Dozier, J. Lewis Duncan, Rodney L. Dutton, Sanford G. Economy, E. Johnnie Edwards, James R. Elliott, James W. Eversole, Clegg B. Ferrell, Marguerite E. Firebaugh, Carol Anita Fooks, Curtis E. Ford, Robert W. Foster, Nell B. Foster, Robert N. Fowler, Elizabeth Ann Fowler, Wm. Ronald Foy, Mary Ann Frye, Clarence E., Jr. Frye, Patricia Ann Gabbert, James L., Jr. Gamer, Judith N. George, Thomas H. Gibson, Reuben Gilliam, Larry F. Glockner, Arthur John Goode, Richard C., Jr. Gonnan, Richard A. Gorr, Earl James Gray, Charles Edward, Jr. Gray, Wm. Gaskins Graybeal, Frederick Q., Jr. Green, John Phillip Greene, Robertine M. Greer, Ford E. Greever, James H. Grifiitts, Roy R. Griffith, Kenneth E. Grubbs, Carolyn L. Harrington, Dclmer C. Harris, Thomas E., Jr. Harry, Judith Ann Hartgrove, David L. Hastings, Warren C. Hawkins. Eddford 1729 Wash. Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. 518 Oliver St., Chattanooga 5, Tenn. 2052 Denniston Ave., S.W., Roanoke, Va. 913 Locust St., Norton, Va. 70 Tower Hill Rd., Mountain Lakes, N.J. 9270 Little River Dr., Miami, F a. Route 1, Box 501, Marion, Va. Virginia Heights, Bristol. Va. Box 385, Gate City, Va. Box 222, Meadowview, Va. Route 2, Abingdon. Va. Glen Lyn, Va. 202 Indian Oak, Crewe, Va. 54 Lakeview Ave., Falmouth, Mass. 5637 Fifth St., N., Arlington, Va. Route 2, Fall Branch, Tenn. 308 Cameron Rd., Wellington, Alexandria, Va. Route 3, Bristol, Tenn. 722 Brookfield, Chattanooga, Tenn. 5121 Sylvan Rd.. Richmond. Va. Route 3, Box 535. Galax, Va. Box 499, South Fallsburg, N.Y. 226 Coyner Ave., Marion, Va. Glade Spring, Va. Route 2, Box 210, Glade Spring, V . Rouiie 2, Box 127, Galax, Va. Route 1, Goodview, Va. 1714 Va. Ave., Bluefield, Va. APDO 727, Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Republic Route 6, Bluefield, Va. 261 Kent St., Blacksburg, Va. Box 743, Saltville. Va. Sparta Highway. Box 102, Cross' ville, Tenn. Route 4, Box 28, Churchill, Tenn. 201 York Dr., Waynesboro, Va. 3311 Memorial Ave., Lynchburg, Va. 310 Bass Rd., Chattanooga, Tenn. 1200 Catawba Street, Kingsport, Tenn. Vansant, Va. 3904 Hill Monument Parkway, Richmond, Va. 301 Burwell Ave. N.E. Knox- , 1 ville, Tenn. 210 Red Bud Dr., E. Knoxville 20, Tenn. 217 Shenandoah Ave., Winches- ter, Va. 112 High St., Marion, Va. 625IChurch Ave., S.E., Roanoke. a. 127 Church St., Staunton, Va. Lebanon, Va. 917 Watauga St., Kingsport, Tenn. 1712 Georgetown Rd., Route 3 Cleveland, Tenn. 2711 Cedarhurst Ave., N.W., Roanoke, Va. 78 Hopkins St., Warwick, Va. 1011 Perrymont Ave., Lynchburg, Va. Route 3, Powell, Tenn. 410 S. Fourth St., Fulton, N.Y. 1944 Price Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 226 Cullom St., Clinton, Tenn. Box 316, Montcalm, W. Va. 4432 Klingle St., N.W., Wash- ington 16, D.C. Broadford, Va. 1826 Westchester Ave., Roanoke, Va. 1288 Duane Rd., Chattanooga, Tenn. 924 W. Fifth N. St., Morristown. Tenn. Box 9, Woodridge, N.Y. Phenix, Va. 13 Camp Woods. Ossining, N.Y. 344 College St., Marion, Va. 13 Third St., Clifton Forge, Va. Wal-:eroe Lake Rd., Livingston Manor. N.Y. 470 Walden Rd., Abingdon, Va. 3239 Cove Rd., N.W., Roanoke, a. 222 N. Street, Marion, Va. Millsboro, Delaware Rosedale, Va. Troutdale, Va. Sulphur Springs Rd., Chilhowie, Va. Route 3, Marion, Va. Box 581, Richlands, Va. Route 8, Greeneville, Tenn. Sugar Grove, Va. Mimosa Dr., Lynchburg, Va. Tazewell, Va. 1332 Pincola Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. Marion, Va. Seven Mile Ford, Va. Hawkins, Edgar Hayes, James W. Haynes, William A. Herman, Lena Mae Hix, George Duane Hodges, Dempsey W., Jr. Hogston. Harlen L. Holder, Jane C. Hollins, Curtis E. Honeycutt, Linda Lou Horne, Lee Scott Houchins, Howard D., Jr. Housholder, Linda Kaye Howard, Marvin V. Huffard, Alfred P. Hutsenpiller, James F. Ireson, Ronnie K. Irvin, Martha Sue Isaacs, Robert ackson, Robert amos, Ernest M., III Johnson, Gene A. Johnson, J. Morris, Jr. ohnson, Richard W., Jr. Jonas, Wm. Warren Jones, Margaret Ruth Jones, W. Edward Jordan, Chester I. Keene, Robert B., Jr. Keirsey C. Ronald Kelly, Claude W. Kelly, Virgil L., III Kilday, Glen William, Jr. Kitts, Claudette F. Knowles, Lance K., II Leadbetter, Raymond C. Legard, Samuel P. LeNoir, Robert L., Jr. Leith, Thomas G. Lester, Jerry K. Lewis, Telena Sue Lincoln, Daniel K. Lindamood, Celia Diane Lippard, Lynda Fay Lockcrby, Charles W. Lockctt, Robert Smith Love, Don Baker Lovell, Eugene, H. Lovell, William E. Lovett, William L. McCall, Thomas Howard McDaniel, Donald L. McFarlane, Walter A. McHorris, Hal P. McNew, Rita M. Mahan, Susan I. Manry, Barbara Jane Martin, John J. Mayfield, Carol F. Miller, Joyce Ann Miller, N. Charlene Miller. Robert L. Mills, Judith Ann Moore, Richard I. Mullins, Priscilla Anne Mullins, Richard Lee Munsey, Frederick A. Murray, John H. Musick, Judy Marie Nash, Robert E. Neal, Thompson Nichols, John H., Jr. Nickle, Wm. Edwin Nuckcls, Jimmy Carl Odum, Ronald L. Otey, Levi, Jr. Owens, Mrs. Shirley Patterson, Alice H. Patterson, Robert R. Payne, Patricia A. Seven Mile Ford, Va. 104 Anderson St.. Galax. Va. Route 7, Holston Hills, Johnson City, Tenn. Route 1, Waynesboro. Va. 212 Lexington Ave., Pulaski, Va. 707 Barton Ave., Kinston, N.C. Route 2. Saltville, Va. 600 East First North St., Morris town, Tenn. 543 Stuart Ave., Pulaski. Va. Route 7, Elizabelhton, Tenn. Lebanon, Va. 408 Hopkins St., Narrows, Va. 2405 Linden Ave., Apt. 1, Knox- ville 17, Tenn. 1037 Green Lake Rcl., Chatta- nooga, Tenn. Route 1, Wytheville, Va. Box 101, Pcarishurg, Va. 545 Wesl. Pine Sl., Wylhevillc, Va. Nokesville, Va. Fries, Va. Box 570, West Point, Va. Exmore, Va. Emory, Va. 7011 Park Dr.. Warwick, Va. 3518 Seventh, S., Arlington. Va. Route 1, Box 178 Covington, Va. 1622 N. Pierce St., Arlington, Va. Route 1, Lemon Rd., Falls Church, Va. 90-42 218th Street, Queens Vil- lage 28, N.Y. 702 Powell St.. Williamsburg, Va. Route 2, Rogersville, Tenn. 1457 E. Sevier St., Kingsport, Tenn. Route 1, Box 308, Blnehcld, W. Va. 24-23rd St.. Bristol, Tennessee 1301 Highland Ave., Bluefield, W. Va. 130 Wills St., Covington, Va. 3315-A West Cary St., Rich- mond, Va. 513 East Main St., Marion, Va. 21107 Huntington Blvd., N.W., Roanoke. Va. 114 West Nelson Ave., Alexan- tlria,Va. Box 531, Gary, W. Va. 2431 Lawson Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. 262 Wakeman Rd., Fairfield Conn. 2301 Catherine St., Bristol, Va. 1112 Fairway Dr., Cleveland, Tenn. 24 Bellflower Circle, Chatta- nooga. Tenn. 524 N. Randolph Ave., Pulaski, Va. Chilhowie, Va. M.M.C.C. Tunda, via Kim- bombo. Congo Beige, Africa 1171 Clifton Rd., N.E., Atlanta 7, Ga. 1622 N. Jackson St., Arlington, Va. Route 1, Meaclowvicw, Va. 625 Jamison Ave., S.E., Roa- noke, Va. 2913 Broad St., N.W., Roanoke, Va. 1632 Carolina Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. Route 2, Meaclowview, Va. 5112 N. Ninth St., Arlington, Va. 4029 Astral Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 1729 Westover Ave., S.W., Roa- noke, Va. Route 3, Chattanooga, Tenn. 324 Cherokee Rd., Hampton, Va. Route 2, Chilhowie, Va. Dugspur, Va. 3310 Troy Ave., N.W., Roanoke, Va. 1413 McKinney Ave., Lynch- burg, Va. Page, Va. Route 2. Narrows, Va. Kirnberland St., Narrows, Va. 41 Madison, Ave., Mt. Holly, N.J. Hurley, Va. Route 1. Wise, Va. Tannersville, Va. 1216 A. Kenmore Ave., Freder- icksburg. Va. Pleasant Ridge Rd., Knoxville, Tenn. Royal City, Va. 1717 Tremont Ave., Bristol, Tenn. Green Spring Rcl., Abingdon, Va. Council, Va. Box 357, Lebanon, Va. 3819 Sunrise Ave., N.W., Roa- noke. Va. 112 Asbury St., Kingsport, Tenn. Payne, Roy Lee Pensworth, Patricia Ann Perdue, William Gary Perry, Kenneth W. Peters, Gordon E. Peterson, Robert I-I., Jr. Phillips, Jolm F. Phipps, Barbara J. Pierpont, Lora Linda Potts, Elizabeth Powers, Wm. Alexander Pratt, Charlie Arthur Priee, Shirley Ann Prnfitt, Joan Pruner, Robert A. Pruitt. William T. Purinton, Julianne Ramsey, Dudley E., Jr. Randall, Emil L. Ratlill, Jimmy Ted Ray, Alma Sue Rector, Chas. W, Rertor. Virginia Lec Reed, Dawn Ella Reid, James Raymond Rt-pass, Ralph Wayne Reynolds. .lames D. Rhine. James William Richardson, Kenneth W. Rile, Roger C. Rilee, Mirhael L. Rind, Robert G. Rnbe rson, Joel W. Robinson, Walter Ray Roddenber '. Brandon L. Ross. 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Helton, William L. 1-lollins, Curtis Route 1, Box 171-D, Gordons- ville, Va. 125 Taylor Road, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 521 Elmwood Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. Star Route, Floyd, Va. 1731 Devon Rd., S.W., Roanoke, Va. Gordonsville Vu. 104 East Del Ray Ave., Alexan- dria, Va. 1016 Pennsylvania Ave., Bristol Tenn. 1 1 l West Nelson Ave., Alexan- dria, Va. 2909 Cameron Mills Rd., Alex- andria, Va. Box 384, Cocbum, Va. Rosedale. Va. 3-1-0 Ayr Hill Ave., N.E., Vienna, V . l397a Genesee Ave.. Maylield Hgts., Cleveland, O. P.O. Box 215, Lebanon, Va. Route 1, Box 78. Chilhowic, Va. 101 W. Linden St., Alexandria, Va. 14446 E. Center St., Kingsport, Tenn. Rosedale, Va. Route 1. Box 2. Grundy, Va. lndiun Gap, Va. Box 56, Clinchburg, Va. Route 2, Meadowvicw, Va. 1050 Waleree St., Kingsport, Tenn. 529 Bri-nl. Road, Rockville, Md. Box 173, North Tazewell, Va. Route 41. Box 87, Galax. Va. 320 Sixth St., West Point, Va. 1815 1-lanover Ave., N.VV., Roa- noke, Va. Hurley, Va. West Point, Va. 2420 Cameron Mills Rd., Alex- andria, Va. 2112 Woodcrest Dr., Lynrhburg, Va. 416 Pendleton, Marion, Va. 603 North Broad St., Cario, Ga. Shawsville, Va. Route -'1-, Box 172, Clinton. Tenn. 7-19 Windsor Ave., Roanoke, Va. 113-1 E. Valley Sl., Abingdon, Va. Route 1. Ivanhoe, Va. South Church St., Marion, Va. 513 Kenilworth Rd., Bay Vil- lage, O. Emory, Va. 528 Coeburn St., Narrows, Va. 77 Spencer St.. Farmingdale, N.J 201 Hall St.. Greeneville, Tenn. 207 Franklin St., Box 34, Nar- rows. Va. Route 12, Box 400, Richmond, Va. Route 2. Marion. Va. Route 2. Bluefield, Va. Georgetown, Del. 392-1' South 7th St., Arlington, Va. Route 1, Wildwood, Ga. Box B-7, Damascus, Va. 4819 N. 16th St., Arlington, Va. Route 2, Lansing, N.C. Route 1, Box 4. Grundy, Va. Main St.. West Falmouth, Mass. 2805 Avenel Ave.. Roanoke, Va, Route 1, Box 95, Jonesboro, Tenn. ll W. Alexandria Ave., Alexan- dria. Va. Laurel Bloornery. Tenn. Route 2, Box 318. 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OLIVETTI CALCUIATORS BURROUGHS - VICTOR - R. C. ALLEN Adding Machines 8- Cash Registers R. LYNN FLEENOR Owner TYPEWRITER SALES 81 SERVICE CO. 832 State St. Bristol, Tenn.-Va. Shaw-Walker R. C. Allen Mosle Furniture Typewriters Safes Phone SOuth 43181 MARION LAUNDRY COMPANY Complete Laundry Service Guaranteed Dry Cleaning Campus Pick-Up 81 Delivery Service Linens for Rent WHEN AT EMORY BANK WITH THE BANK OF GLADE SPRING Member F.D.l.C. Each Depositor Insured Up to SI0,000.00 Capital Surplus 5I00,000 TRUST POWERS s1oo,ooo GLADE SPRING, VIRGINIA HOLSTON FURNITURE CO., INC. "We Specialize in Complete Home Furniture7' Saltville Glade Spring 2621 2371 M Quality Furniture . . . Reasonable Rates A Challenge to You As you take your place in our complex society there is a definite obligation to investij' gate and form your own opinions on the great problems facing our modern , f . 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COAL Tazewell, Virginia Compliments of DENTON'S MEN'S FURNISHINGS COLLEGE SUPPLIES RADIOS - PENS F. H. Denton, '28 Maul W' "Taste the Fresh Cream in PET Ice Cream Sincere Wishes for Your Continued Growth ABINGDON GROCERY COMPANY INCORPORATED iff WHOLESALE GROCERS Abingdon, Virginia Bank With FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK Abingdon, Virginia Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Compliments of THE HUT Your Store on Campus" Compliments from Your Friendly SHELL DEALER 2 GOOD PLACES TO EAT JACK TRAYER'S RESTAURANT MOORE STREET TRAYER'S TOO WEST STATE STREET Bristol, virginio "Ask any Emory Student" RENUNE GOBBLE LEMON TRANSPORT co., INC. Bristol's Smartest Men's Shop Marion V 9 GLADE SPRING VANCE COMPANY DeVAU'-T'5' 'NC- ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Glade Spring, Virginia SPORTING GOODS 'ik' TG' VANCE SUPPLY COMPANY Ph 3568 Abingdon' Virginia l4 Lee Street Bristol, Va Compliments BUNTlNG'S DRUG STORE D. B. RY!-AND Co. 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