Hiwassee College - Hiwassee Yearbook (Madisonville, TN)
- Class of 1947
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IIIWASSEE ALUMNI KILLED IN WORLD WAR II OWEN COX ROSCOE FEE JAS. AILER KEITH MORLEY CECIL HUGHES RALPH McNABB WILLIAM O. DEEL, JR. GUY B. TALLENT WRAY SLOAN WM. HARRISON, JR. JOSEPH A. BRUNNER RUEY S. OWENS ROBERT HUFF JAS. F. RALSTON “ . . . ONLY THE BRAVE CAN BE FREE . . . •’ DEDICATION NANCY EASTRIDGE, B.A., M English W. O. EVERS, B.S., M.A. Social Sciences PRESIDENT D. R. YOUELL, B.S., M.A. MRS. BURL SANDS, B.S. Home Economics RALPH C. McDADE, B.S. Agriculture FLORA BRYSON, B.S., M.A. Education Teacher Training DON B. SPARGO, A.B. Coach CAROLYN CURETON, A.B. Spanish STANLEY HUMBLE, B.A., B.D. Bible and College Pastor GEORGE R. CASH, B.A., M.S, : O JR.. A.B., M.S. rr S-.2ent Personnel J. W. HILL, A.B., M.A. Social Science j ; ■■ 1 JHb V 1 r ' i A w V y , p ■k ,.,. MW V jM m| Hf Hi H F ' f BPr P I ■■■■HI | I I These students published the first edition of the college annual, THE HIWASSEAN, which has been produced in several years. It was purely a student undertaking and they assumed the full responsibility of directing the affairs of this publication. Most of the students had actual ex- perience in working on their high school annual staffs and therefore con tributed greatly to the success of the annual First row: Melvin White, Assistant Business Manager; Kathryn Duff. Club Editor; Vance Johnston, Business Manager; Bill Carter, Editor; Ruby Lee Sharpe, typist; Carter Youell, Assistant Business Manager. Second row: Harold Cochran, Sports Editor; Wilton Hutchinson, H. S. Editor; Virginia Loudy, Freshman Editor; Helen Johnson, Club Editor; Jimmy Cash, Sub. Manager; Nancy Eastridge, Faculty Advisor; Tommy Floyd, Faculty Advisor; W. B. Hornvale, Photographer. WELLWOOD IRONS Madisonville, Tennessee President Veteran, Phi Theta Kappa; Winner of Balfour award. VIRGINIA STEWART Pennington Gap, Virginia Secretary President Phi Theta Kappa; Major in liberal arts. JUNE DUNLANEY Duffield. Virginia Treasurer Liberal Arts major. BILL CARTER Slant, Virginia Reporter President, Freshman Class ' 46; Editor Hiwassean; English Major; Ministerial Student. HELEN HILL Appalachia, Virginia Vice-President Basketball squad; Cheerleader; Home Economics Major. 8 First Row LEM TEAGUE Madisonville, Tenn. PEGGY REASOR Dunbar, Va. Veteran; Science Major Phi Theta Kappa; Education Major. CABEL TRENT Independence, Va. Pres. Ministerial Ass ' n; Liberal Arts course. Second Row DORIS COLLIER Big Stone Gap, Va. MARGARET J. BYERS Cleveland. Tenn. Secretary Christian Student Movement; Education Major. Valedictorian; Literary Medal; Phi Theta Kappa; English Major. DAN HICKS ... Madisonville, Tenn. Veteran; Ed. of Hiwassean (paper). Third Row JEAN BOOTH Churchill. Tenn. MELVIN WHITE Pocahontas, Va. Senior Play; Christian Education Major. Pres. Student Body 46; Education Major. ORA BELLE LEE Knoxville, Tenn. Hiwassee Beauty; Lead in senior play; Business Major. 9 CARTER YOUELL Nortoi Football Squad; Senior Play; Business Major. MARGARET ATCHLEY Madisonville, Tenn KATHLEEN McCREADY . . Knitters Club; Bi Second Row RUTH STALLARD Pocahontas, Va Trai ler Campite ; Education Major. MORGAN STICKLEY Madisonville, Tenn. HELEN PATTERSON . . Phi Theta Ka pp. Madisonville, Tenn, »a; Business Major. )HNSON Kentucky Squad; Senior Play; Major in Interior Dec- orating; Winner of Crafts Medal. MADGE DULANEY BURL SANDS Okl, Mem. of Christian Adventure Club; Veteran, RUDOLPH KIDD Egleston, Va Ministerial Student; Senior Play. Egleston, Va. LOREEDA JONES Coeburn, V Senior Play. Senior Play; Christian Education Major. VINNIE FERRELL Virginia Librarian, Asst.; English Major. Second Row LOLA MAE HARR Indi an Springs, Tenn. Librarian, Asst.; Senior Play; Christian Education. . Indian Springs, Tenn. EVELEEKA CONNOR ; Christian Education. Education, Major. KATHERINE DUFF Lenoir City, Tenn. Home Ec.; Major IRIS HARMON Tazewell, Va. LEON BALL Sen ior Play; Education Major. PAULINE REID Home Economics. Major. Pennington Gap, V Math Major. NELSON WOODY . . EMMA JEAN BLAZER BOBBIE DILLION First Row Atkins, Va. JANE STANLEY Pennington Gap, Va. . Parrottsville, Tenn. DONALD PAIR Madisonville, Tenn. Keen Mountain, Va. CLARA DOMINICI Bluefield, W. Va. MORRIS GILLSPIE Parrottsville, Tenn. OLGA DOMINICI . HARVEY JOHNSTON DORIS SPENCE . . . Second Row Bluefield, W. Va. HAROLD COCHRAN LaGrange, Ga. . . . Norton, Va. EMMA SUE FOOTE Tazewell, Va. . Wytheville, Va. ERNEST JESSE Big Stone Gap, Va. MARY HERBERT Knoxville, Tenn. RAYMOND BEST . I VA LEE HANKINS JAMES A. TODD . Third Row Madisonville, Tenn. IRENE HICKS Madisonville, Tenn. . Bluff City, Tenn. WILLIAM A. ANDERSON Etowah, Tenn. Independence, Va. VIRGINIA LOUDY Morristown, Tenn. i I T TON LOWRY . . . . •rlA MAE HARRELSON a.IERT GRIFFITH . . Morristown, Tenn. THOMAS BANDY WILLIE MAE CAMP FRANCES ROSE . Cleveland, Tenn. Sweetwater, Tenn. . Abingdon, Va. Etowah, Tenn, Madisonville, Tenn, HOWARD H. SHORT Wytheville, Va NORA SANDS . . . -OE HUTTON . . . « RY RUTH EALEY Madisonville, Tenn, CHARLES TALLMAN VIRGINIA COWART ORLANDO CALLEJAS . . Kingsport, Tenn. Chattanooga, Tenn. . . . Havana, Cuba Greenback, Tenn, Greenville, Tenn. CATHERINE GANGWER Madisonville, Tenn. = LL BRAKEBILL ' TA SMITH . . Madisonville, Tenn. ANNA MAE VARNELL Greeneville, Tenn. Crossville, Tenn. MARTHA STEWART rJGENE MCPHEETERS Cleveland, Tenn. JOHN P. BOOTH Peterstown, Va ROBERT H. HARVEY MAGGIE JACKSON JESS C. GIBSON . First Row . . . Vonore, Tenn. DULCE SOLER Matanzas. Cuba Rowe, Va. W, B. HORNVALE Huntington, ' W. Va. Madisonville, Tenn. GLADYS BRYSON Cleveland, Tenn. JIM MCFALL Ash Camp Ky. LULA FAYE CARTER RALPH RUSSELL . . ETHEL GANGWER . Second Row . . . Duffleld, Va. WILLIAM H. MCCLUNG Madisonville, Tenn. . . Jonesville, Va. FRANCES FOOTE Tazewell, Va. Madisonville, Tenn. A. C. TEAGUE .... LaFolette, Tenn. BUSTER SLAGLE Marion, Va. JIM FLETCHER ZELMA BAYLESS VIRGIL THOMAS Third Row . Appalachia, Va. JEAN TOMLINSON Duffield, Va. Madisonville, Tenn. LEO SIZEMORE Bondtown, Va. . Martinsville, Va. ALBERTO GARCIA Havana, Cuba. rNTON MASSEY Madisonville, Tenn. LEON DUNSMORE . . . Sweetwater, Tenn. Anti i la Orienta, Cuba W MA LOUISE DAWSON Bluefield, W. Va, CARLOS GUERRA aRENCE JONES HOYT EPPERSON Etowah, Tenn. OMEDA FOX Second Row 5 JRLIN HOLT JOE K. WALLACE Sweetwater, Tenn. jJ ANITA HARRIS Etowah, Tenn. CALVIN V. WHITED Sweetwater, Tenn. DON MCCRARY JEAN SCHULER Chilhowie, Va PAUL W. PAIR Madisonville, Tenn. W P. BLAIR Appalachia, Va BILL RICH Graham, N. C. 5AM ATKINS ROLANDO GONZALEZ Mantanzas Cuba BETTY JEAN MCDOUGAL Kingsport, Tenn. FREDDIE ROBINETTE Clinchport, Va. UNDERGRADS First Row LEON LATHAM GARNETT SUMMERS KENNETH GILES Sweetwater, Tenn. . . . Bluefield, W. Va. . Madisonville, Tenn. BILL GORDON JIM HENRY KATHERINE MARION PABLO VALDES Appalachia. Va. Madisonville, Tenn. .... Galax, Va. . Havana, Cuba. J. B. JAMES KENNETH WOODS DOROTHY PARKS Second . . . Stonega. Va. .... Knoxville, Tenn. . . . Athens, Tenn. FRANK BOGGESS Row RUBY SHARPE BILL POE WALLACE R. RANDALL . Sweetwater, Tenn. ... LaFollette, Tenn. .... Marion, Va. Gouverneur N. Y. Third Row THOMAS BOYD Maryville, Teen. WILLIAM BUNDRANT ° ska ' Va OSCAR CALLEJAS Havana, Cuba CHRISTINE CURTIS Friendsville, Tenn. JIMMY CASH Chattanooga, Tenn. MARGIE KEITH Willis, Va. z i Hr IfiJ i ] L SO, WL Jmm si! ' jpl itjr jar m Ctt r J •4 £ • r.4 £ First Row Second Row JACK DAVIS ANN RUSSELL VICTOR BOLLING BETTY REDMAN JACK MORELOCK RUTH RILEY BILL WOODS HELEN HUNTER EDWARD ARGELANDER MERILENE HICKMAN JIMMY WITT ALICE INGLE BOBBIE ARMSTRONG DORIS CHASTAIN Third Row WILTON HUTCHISON HELEN WILLIAMS BILL PRIGMORE BETTY BARKER CARLOS KAUFEMAN DORTHA FRYE HIGH SCHOOL First Row Third Row RALPH ARMSTRONG ELEANOR FIELDS GORDON ELLENBURG LAVERA CHASTAIN BRUCE LOWRY BETTY RUTH ROSS JACK CARTER Second Row DONNA LITTLE PEREZ COBAR EDMUND ARLENE FLANNAGAN RICARDO BLANCO JO DAVIS ELLIOTT SMITH DOROTHY LANG JIMMIE TURNER VALORIE ATCHLEY MILDRED ESSARY MILDRED BROWDER ELAINE SMITH YOLANDA BRITO 19 ffw . $ t cJleon rjCutliam ■?„ Jnn MR. AND MISS H I W A S S E E STUDENT BODY OFFICERS s s+udent body officers are leaders of the entire student body se- at a mass meeting by popular vote. It is the duty of these of- tr to direct the student body in the year ' s activities. fER SLAGLE -EN JOHNSON Dw. Margaret J. . -e Reid. Vance Carter Youell; Bet- Iris Harman. Bill Harold Cochran. Bill -a Nancy Eastridge. Floyd, Ruby Lee Margie Keith. The members of the Hiwasseean Staff are those selected because of : jtstanding ability, interest, and quite frequently former experienced newspaper work. The Hiwasseean is edited by the students and is a onthly publication. HIWASSEAN PAPER STAFF rp-no KNITTERS CLUB « The girls who are interested in knitting meet with sponsors who help them learn. Its meetings constitute a social function also. SEATED: Lola Mae Harr Magdalene Jackson, Doris Sue Spence, Doris Chastain, Bet- ty Barker. Luvenie Ferrell, Ar lene Flanaqan Dorothy Frye Kathleen McCready, Lavera Chastain, Dorothy Lewis, Mary Ruth Ealy, Virginia Cowart, Kathryn Duff, STANDING: Helen Johnson, Virginia Stewart, Ruth Stal- lard, Ann Russell, Dulce Soler. FIRST ROW: Doris Collier, Cabel Trent, Catherine Mari- on, Loreeda Jones, Thomas Bandy. SECOND ROW Luvennie Ferrell, Max Schuler, Mary Ruth Ealy, Margaret Reasor Jean Booth, Dorothy Lang. THIRD ROW: Bill Rich, Jean Schuler. Virginia Loudy. Bill Carter, Rita Smith, Doro- thy Parks. FOURTH ROW: Helen Fran ces Johnson, Margaret J. Byers, Clara Dominici, Kath- leen McCready, Lola Mae Harr, Gladys Bryson, Melvin White. FIFTH ROW: Nelson Woody, Buster Slagle, Jimmy Cash, J. W. Hill, Rudolph Kidd, A. C. Teague. This club is composed of students, not necessarily those going into religious work, who are interested in helping with the projects of church work in local communities. CHRISTIAN ADVENTURE CLUB DEBATERS canch of the Pi Rho Phi debating organization. CLUB SOW Orville Wat ■ Mae Harr. Helen ■ ' : Joe Hutton ROW: Kathleen Sam Atkins, Leon » James Todd, Arlene z RST ROW; Helen Patter- •Ca ' +er Youell. Margaret - r Byers, Iris Harman, J, A Hili. Welwood Irons, : - « Reid. Margaret Rea- Virginia Steward. This is an honor society taking into schieved a certain standard. its organization those who have PHI THETA KAPPA 29 FIRST ROW: Joe Hutton. Helen Williams, Wellwood Irons. SECOND ROW: Eugene Me Pheeters, Helen Johnson, A. C. Teague. THIRD ROW: Ralph Arm- strong, Virginia Cowart, Iva Lee Hankins. FOURTH ROW; Irene Hicks, Dan Hicks, Gladys Bryson. FIFTH ROW: Jo Davis, Bet- ty Ross, Gangwerd. SIXTH ROW: Helen Patter- son, Lola Mae Harr, Rita Smith. SEVENTH Row: Nora Sands, Virginia Loudy, Gangward. EIGHTH ROW: Ruth Ann Riley, Jim Henry, Anna Mae Varnell. NINTH ROW: Mildred Browder, Mildred Essary, James Cash. TENTH ROW: Jess Gibson, Thomas Bandy, Raymond Best, Leon Dunsmore, Donald Pair, Margaret Jane Byers. Jack Margaret Jane Byers, Jack Wallace, Pauline Reid, Betty McDougal, Omeda Fox, Emma Jean Blazer, Kenneth Giles. Mary Ruth Ealey, Dorothy Lang, Ora Belle Lee, Christine! Curtis, Vera Mae Harralson. Bill Brakebill, Albert Griffith, Kathryn Duff. ELEVENTH ROW: R. H. Harvery, William McClung, Calvin Whited. Joe Wallace, Thomas Boyd, Paul Pair, Lem Teague, Margaret Atchley, Gordon Ellenburg Jack Morelock, Ruby Lee Sharp, Britton Lowry, Willie Mae Camp, Ruth Harman, Juanita Harris, Wilton Hutchison, Ann Russell, Jean Boothe. TWELFTH ROW; Charles Tallman, Clarence Jones, Hoyt Epperson, Betty Redmond, Valerie Atchley, Henry Case, Frank Boggess, Bill Prigmore, Leon Latham, J. W. Tolliver, Thomas Floyd, counselor; Bob Cress, Ken neth Wood, Charles Harrison,, Bill Wood, Linton Massey. This club is made up of all the Tennessee students enrolled in the school. This is a club composed of all those who come from the state of Vir- ginia. FIRST ROW: Carter Youell, William Blair, William Bun- drant, Leon Ball, Randall Me Gee, James Todd, Cabel Trent, Ralph Russell, Rudolph Kidd, Melvin White, Garnette Summers, Nelson Woody. Max Shuler. SECOND ROW: Bill Carter, Bill Gordon, Doris Chastain. Magdaline Jackson, Jean Schuler, Doris Sue Spence, La Vera Chastain. Iris Harman, Doris Collier, Kathryn Marion. Margaret Reasor, Loreeda Jones, Kathleen McCready. Mary Jane Stanley, Jean Tomlinson, Eleanor Fields, Lu- venie Ferrel. THIRD ROW: J. B. James, Ernest Jessee, Betty Barker, Margie Keith, Jim Fletcher, Dot Frye, Emma Lou Dawson, Clara Dominici, Olga Domin- ici. Madge Dulaney, June Du laney, Freddy Robinette, Fran- ces, Foote, Emma Sue Foote. HOME EC CLUB club made up of those who are in the field of home economics. ► 1ST ROW: Ethel Gang Joseonme Howard, Em- . e Foote Mary Herbert. — SD ROW; Dorothy Kathryn Duff, Ann Rus- »n Johnson, Mrs. Burl ROW: Doris Chas- ce Ingle, Irene Hicks, ’ : Ncguerea, Elaine “ ” Pauline Reid, Duke - Zelma Bayless. • RST ROW: Iris Harmon, Keith, Bill Carter, • ' an Hornvale. Katherine -- Ruby Lee Sharp, Vir- r a Cowart, Nancy East- : 5 - W.llie Mae Camp. A ’on Hutchinson, Pauline •eo Helen Francis Johnson, Carter Youell. SECOND ROW: Betty Mc- 3cugald, Virginia Loudy, ' i ce Johnson, Melvin White, ' : as D. Floyd, Margaret -- £■ Byers, Bill Prigmore. M a f old Cochran, Jimmy Cash. These are the ones who first began the co-operative store and lunch- r oom with the idea of making it a student center. THE STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE 31 , The choir ' un der the direction of the Head of the Music Department sings at the Sunday morning services and furnishes special music on other occasions. FIRST ROW: Betty Ross, Kathleen McCready, Dortha Frye, Loreeda Jones, Doris Sue Spence. SECOND ROW; Betty Bar leer, Doris Chastain, Katherine Marion, Gladys Bryson, Doris Collier. THIRD ROW: Mildred Eas ary, Luvenie Ferrel, Jean Boothe, Lola Mae Harr, Peg gy Reasor. FOURTH ROW: Helen Frances Johnson, James Todd Carter Youell. Micky Hick- man. FIFTH ROW: Melvin White, Nelson Woody Jimmy Cash, FIRST ROW: Bill Carter. Earl Inman. Bill Poe, Melvin White, Carlos Kauffman, L. B. Harel. SECOND ROW: Raymond Caton, Eugene Hatley, Bill Gordon, Jim Fletcher. Car ter Youell, J. B. James, Dew ey Stallard. An organization of all those who have earned a letter through activity in some field of athletics. r Fe ' owship Teams go out for week-end trips into the local churches e oea of revitalizing or organizing the young people of the Meth- Youth Fellowship. - - W Carolyn Cure - c-- Melvin White ■ : ■ Lola Mae Harr, i : 3 Johnson, Nan- 3ge Counselor. :sD ROW: Dorothy : I Carter. D ROW: Nelson Ua f garet Jane Byers. t-rr,fc!e Counselor. ; • ; ROW: Gladys Bry- f ie Mae Camp. Doro- Lang Loreeda Jones, . • ::.the Helen Johnson. : rC C N D ROW: Clara Dom- - : Kathryn Marion, Ora : - Lee. Margaret Reasor, I. -: Coliler. Iva Lee Han- ROW: Virginia Lou- ' ancis Foote, Lola Mae Margaret Jane Byers. his group is made up of those interested in learning the work of the •V. S. C. S. in the local church. VETERANS CLUB « The Veterans ' Club is made up of all those who were in the armed service in any branch. First row: bottom to top: Jimmy Cosh; James Todd; Jess Gibson; Charles Tallman; Randall McGhee; Carter Vouell ; Raymond Caton; Jim Henry; Albert Griffith; Charles Harrison; Hoyt Epperson; Dewey Stallard; Wal- lace Randall; Don Pair; Kenneth Denton; Thomas D. Floyd, counselor. Second row: Helen Johnson; William Hornvale; Raymond Best; Calvin Whited; Kenneth Giles; Ralph Russell; Joe Sherlin; John Boothe; Bob Dillon: Leo Sizemore; William Anderson; Sammy Graham; Mel- vin Norman: Berlin Holt; Eugene Hatley: Thomas Boyd Third row: Irene Hicks; J. B. James; Earnest Jesse; Sam Atkins: William Bundrant; William Rich; Clarence Jones; William McClung; Don McCrary; Eugene McPheeters; Frank Boggess: Lewis Thompson: Henry Case; Don Spargo; Bill Woods; Kenneth Woods. Fourth row: Dan Hicks; Bill Gordon; William Blair; Garnett Sum- mers; R. H. Hardy; Thomas Bandy; Joe Wallace; Ralph George; Jack Wallace; Joe Hutton; Lem Teague; Well- wood Irons; Burl Sands; Leon Dunsmore; Bill Brakebill; Bill 8levins. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION These are the young men of the campus who have decided to go into the ministry as a life work. First row: Thomas Bandy; Dr. Aarron H. Rapking, ad- visor; Ralph George. Second row: Buster Slagle; Nel- son Woody; Bill Carter; Wallace Randall; Max Schuler; Bill Rich; Cabel Trent. Third row: Sam Atkins; Rev. Stanley Humble, Advisor; Rudolph Kidd; Orville Wat- son; Eugene McPheeters. LIFE SERVICE CLUB - s club includes the minsterial stu- a d also those who plan to go a i, so kind of Christian work as a “pW 4‘ • t row: Catherine Marion; Jean Booth; Max Schu- S«cond row; Loreeda Jones; Thomas Bandy; Bill Third row: Jean Schuler; Mary Ruth Ealey: •e r Fourth row: Rita Smith; Buster Slagle; 3 Fifth row: Dorothy Parks; William Rich; ‘. f se Harr. Sixth row: Rudolph Kidd: Virginia . : - ; Wallace Randall. IPSBSK ne Hikinq Club is composed of those ople who like hiking over the country - -st row: Ruth Cochran; Virginia Stewart; Jack More- • William Rich; Donna Little; Virginia Cowart; ; - W ams. Second row: Lavera Chastain: Jo Da- - Frye: Francis Rose; Doris Chastain; Ralph Arm- C. Teague. Third row: Helen Johnson; Jean • er Doris Sue Spence; Kathleen McCready; Kath- on: Emma Sue Foote; Francis Foote. Fourth “ Woods: Kenneth Woods; Betty Barker; Gladys - ' Melvin White; Kathryn Duff. Fifth row: Mag- Jackson; Bill Prigmore: Britt Lowry; Betty Ross; - e Plannagan; Willie Mao Campe; Ruby Sharpe. - rth row: Earnest Jesse; Mary Ruth Ealey; Burl Sands; am Blair: Anna Mae Varnell; J. B. James; Ann Seventh row; Iva Lee Hankins; Duke Soler; Jim Clara Dominici; Bill Gordon. Eighth row: :--a Lou Dawson; James McFall; Ralph Russell; Olga M. Y. F. COUNCIL First row: Alberto Garcia: Yolanda Brito; Dulce Soler; Carlos Guerra. Second row: Orlando Callejas - Roberto Valdes; Ricardo Blanco: Carlos Kauffman. Third row: Edmundo Perez; Rolando Gonzalez: Oscar Callejas; Pab- lo Valdes. These are the officers and the coun- selors and advisor of the Methodist Youth Fellowship which has regular Sunday eve- ning worship services and sponsors other activities throughout the week. Front row: bottom to top: Nelson Woody; Gladys Bryson; Mrs. Don Spargo; Doris Collier; Dorothy Lang; Nancy Eastridge. Back row: Jimmy Cash, President; Rev. Stanley Humble; James Todd: Dr. Aaron H. Rap- king; A. C. Teague. These are the Spanish and Mexican students. LATIN AMERICAN CLUB The Hiwassee Tigers returned to formal grid- iron wars this year with a season of reasonable success. With head coach Don Spargo and his assistant. Edward Youell, at the helm the Tigers copped 4. lost 4, and tied I. They started the season by losing to the un- defeated Maryville Highlanders, 0-33. Hiwas- see outplayed the favored Scots throughout the first half but succumbed to superior forces in the latter part of the game. Jumping back after this crushing defeat the Tigers beat Mars Hill 12-6, in a thriller that saw Joe Sherlin in the starring role by virtue of a last-minute 65 yard touchdown run. The Norman Bears were the next foe to fall before the Hiwassee eleven. They were de- feated by a I 3-7 count which saw Jim Fletcher in the leading role. A trip to Western Carolina Teachers Col- lege proved a costly one as the Tigers were •copied by 0-26 in a closer game than the ::cre indicates. Victory was Hiwassee ' s again as they tri- .■nohed over Brevard, 13-6. This was indeed in offensive game which the home club domi- a ed after the initial period. Engaging Coach Spargo ' s alma mater, Tus- :j ! um a disheartening fate was in store as the gers lost in a muddy battle, 0-8. ovading Georgia, the Red and Gold-clad gr ' dmen went on a scoring spree against Middle Georgia winning, 33-7. Playing their best game of the season before a capacity Homecoming throng, Hiwassee fought the powerful South Georgia eleven to a standstill, tieing them, 6-6. This game saw every Tiger in a starring role with Andy Ander- son scoring the game-tieing touchdown. The climax of the season was the game with those Bulldogs of Tennessee Wesleyan. In one of the most bitterly-fought games of this rival- ry, Tennessee Wesleyan managed to push over two touchdowns in the last quarter to win 14-0. It was a hard one to lose as those fighting Tigers had matched the Bulldogs yard for yard up to that fatal period. FOOTBALL SQUAD Row: Hershel Peck. Earl Inman. Frank Boggess. Jim Henry, Billy Pot, Bill Woods. Raymond Caton. Harold Nelson (Mgr.). Row: Coach Spargo Wayne Turpin Frank North, Eugene Hatley, Don McCrary, Jce Hudson, Carter Youell Rex Norman. Coach Youell. Third Row: Joe Riley, Thomas Boyd. Alfred Tenneyson, William (Andy) Anderson Louis Thompson, Jim Fletcher, J. ■5, Daryl Isbell. L. B. Harrell. Fourth Row: Leon Latham, Joe Sherlin, Dewey Stallard, Bill Gordon. Leo Sizemore. Curtis Lay, Harold Cochran. JIMMY CASH HELEN JOHNSON BILL BRAKEBILL jlp t 54 5F 8 1 51 841 mm] . I w pK KK Mildred Essary. Micky Hickman. Jean Shuler, Ruby Lee Sharp, Gladys Bryson, Virginia Cowart, Eleanor Fields, Christine Curtis, Helen Johnson, Magdalene Jackson Helen Williams. Second Row: Jinx Flanagan, Mgr., Coach Spargo. THE TIGERETTES The Tigerettes are still looking forward to •ne ' r first victory. Although handicapped by neighth and inexperience they always display a never-say-die spirit. The Hiwassee lassies ' first opponent was the op-notch Pepsi-Cola sextet from Knoxville. The T gerettes were never in the lead and lost, 17-45. Hiwassee played the Pepsi-Colas in a return came at Maryville on an Infantile Paralysis pro- gram. Although they gave the Knoxville girls a closer game they lost again by a large margin, 12-39. P aying their first college aggregation the Cgerettes succumbed to the fast Martin College -earn, 15-46. The girls from down in Pulaski, Tennessee gave the home fans a real exhibition of passing and floorwork. As usual Hiwassee was led by Christine Curtis. She always ac- counts for the majority of the points accumu- lated by the Tigerettes. Meeting their main foe, the Tennessee Wes- leyan lassies, defeat was Hiwassee ' s again as they were thoroughly trounced, 15-49. The Hiwassee girls are to be praised for their game spirit and the way they take defeat in their stride and always come back for more. They are on the court because they love the game and wholesome competition. All Hiwas- seans are hoping that these fighting Tigrettes will be rewarded for their efforts in games to come. 41 T I (i E R TALES . . . Hiwassee ' s fighting Tigers are a+ the present in the midst of the basketball season. After starting slowly, as expect- ed, the Tigers showed steady improve- ment and are now striving to reach the .500 bracket. Facing their toughest op- position Hiwassee has now lost 3 straight but having shown that they have the ability to win, better results are antici- pated. After losing to Maryville, 34-49, Mars Hill, 36-41, and LMU, 28-61, the Tigers got in the victory column with a triumph over Hohnson Bible College, 39-21. Hi- wassee hit her stride on a road trip into Georgia. Engaging highly-favored Ogle- thorpe University, the Tigers led the Pet- rels throughout most of the game only to lose in the latter stages, 38-44. But the Red and Gold clads rebounded to overwhelm Young Harris, 83-30. They next encountered Martin College at home, winning 47-35. The Tigers displayed fine form and en- couraged the home fans. The Tennes- see Wesleyan Bulldogs were met after Tusculum had toppled Hiwassee, 46-61, in a game that saw the boys from Hiwas- 42 First Row: J. L. Cantrell, Coach Spargo. Second Row: Chester Voni, Bob Cress, Lee Spauld ing, Henry Case, Bill Poe, Eugene Hatley, Paul Mor rell, Earl Inman. Third Row: Dewey Stallard, H arvey Johnston, Al tred Tennesson. see off to a 19-7 lead and continue to ead until the last quarter when TWC forged ahead to win, 47-42. It was a hard one to lose as all games are when hey are lost to TWC. East Tennessee State was the next foe and the Tigers were destined to lose again, this time by the score of 47-67. With several games yet to play Hi- wassee ' s Tigers are expected to continue their sterling brand of ball and thus add more victories to their list. The boys are anticipating an opportunity to enter the Southeastern Conference of Junior Colleges ' Tournament to be held in the latter part of the season at Macon, Georgia. Hiwassee College DEDICATED TO CHRISTIAN EDUCATION SINCE 1849 Member of American Ass ' n of Jr. Colleges, Southern Ass n of Jr. Colleges and Tennessee College Association. MADISON VILLE, TENNESSEE Stop Wiere you -Are. (%uy a (f roclz dandy ddar. BROCK CANDY COMPANY NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF THOMAS HILL SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE HYATTS RESTAURANT lAJhere Cjoocl 3 ood id (better MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE GUTHERIE BRADLEY, JONES SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE WRIGHT HARDWARE CO. SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF MCKINNEY ' S SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE CITY DRUG CO. SWEETWATER, TENNESSEE WORLEY’S DEPT. STORE MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE KYKERS FUNERAL HOME, MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE BANK OF MADISONVILLE MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE SUPREME FOODS, Incorporated ATLANTA, GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF STILES MOTOR COMPANY MADISONVILLE, TENNESSEE D. 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