Milligan College - Buffalo Yearbook (Elizabethton, TN)

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With the sincere hope that we have achieved these aims, we present your Buffalo of 1952. r ' S. : (.?■■ - ' ; } p THIS WAS MILLIGAN IN 1951-1952 CONTENTS Administration Classes Ak.iivities Athletics Features Advertisers Milligan College OUR VERDANT CAMPUS... Against a scenic back- ground of rolling hills and distant mountains, the na- tural beauty of Milligan Campus is admired and lov- ed the year around. Pardee Hall, dormitory for men Buffalo Mountain . . . our very own Bird ' s eye view of the campus Buffalo Creek The waterfalls I WE ' VE LEARNED TO CALL HOME STIMULATING CLASSES • • ABSORBING ACTIVITIES The Beach Party, Freshman- sponsored shindig. The Cabbage-Boilers, makin ' good old mountain music! " Chastisement on the place provided. . " - Sarah Jane and William Green Hill. Debating Team in action! Scene from the Christmas Pageant Founders ' Day Chess Tournament " Like father, — like son. " Santa Young visits Hardin Hall Service with a smile! Christian Service Club Banquet AND THE MOMENTS IN BETWEE " The original amateur hour The 10-o ' clock break AN ANNUAL PUBLICATION BY THE STUDENTS OF ILLI6 A COLLEGE DEDIC ATIO In appreciation of years of untiring ser- vice and devotion to Milligan College and her Christian ideals, we affectionately dedi- cate the Buffalo of 1 952 to Professor Samuel J. Hyder. Professor Hyder has been a faithful mem- ber of Milligan ' s faculty for thirty-five years, a term unequaled by any other professor. In addition to serving as mathematics pro- fessor, he is also a trustee of the college. We are proud to dedicate this annual to one whose versatility and Christian charact- er are respected by faculty and students alike. T ADMINISTRATIO •s. Dr. Dean E. Walker, President fUE ADMIN ISTRATIOI During the course of this year, we students of Milligan College have come to appreciate not only the capabilities of our President, Dean E. Walker, but also the depth and sincerity of his concern for our welfare both as individuals and as a student body. His wife, Florence, pictured with him here before their charming home, has also won our hearts with her graciousness and warm hospitality. GUIDE US Donald G. Sahli Academic Dean History Mildred Wilshimer Dean of Students Religion •■T . 15 THE FACULTY Alma Brown Librarian, English Janet Catlett Music Frances Conover Dietitian, Home Economics Arthur Edwards Religion, Speech Sam J. Hyder Mathematics Ivor Jones History Elmer Lewis College Chaplain, Sociology Robert Milhorne Bookkeeper Constance Mynatt Physical Education Guy Oakes Education Eugene Price Business Administratior AND STAFF Ruth Radcliffe Cashier Robert R?;ea Biology Lone Sisk Chemistry Marie Smith Spanish, English, French Frank Spraker Biology Earl Struckenbruck German, Philosophy Hazel Turbeville Secretarial Science Duard Walker Coach Henry Webb Greek Ruth E. White Music Harley F. York Religion President Richard Moore Senior Representatives Virginia Snyder Charlotte Hobbs Randy Cooper Nathan HalC Junior Representatives Jean Bali, Keith Meredith Frank Hannah, Kitty Irvin Sophomore Representatives — Betty Jean Snodgrass, Jim Nash Freshmen Representatives Patricia Bishop Dick Barton THE STUDENT COUKCIL The Student Council, composed of repre- sentatives elected from each class, attempts to bring about closer harmony between the administration and the students, and to co- ordinate the interests and aims of the en- tire student body. MEN ' S COUNCIL Left to right. Seated: Frank Collins, Ralph Turner, Nathan Hale; Standing: Phil Roush, Joe Sutherland. GIRLS ' COUNCIL Left to right. Seated: Carolyn Story, Cayita Pagan, Co-Presidents, Standing: Sue Dorton, Jackie Harrison, Kitty Rae Irvin, Jean Ball, Connie Hutchinson, Sally Bonner. ' :}.4f ■ ' •— CLASSES 19 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Kara Bright President George Akard Vice President Sa lly Bellamy Secretary Maria Mayol Treasurer Eugene Price Sponsor 20 SENIORS George Hamilton Akard Blountville, Tennessee. B. S. in Physical Education John Alan Ammerman Greensburg, Pennsylvania A. B. in Physical Education Thomas F. Archibald Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania A. B. in Religion 21 w Sally Dean Bellamy Kingsport, Tennessee A. B. in Physical Education Kara Wayne Bright- Rayland, Ohio A. B. in Health and Phys. Ed. Marjory Ruth Brown Piney Flats, Tennessee A. B. in Music SENIOR 22 Joseph Randolph Cooper Norfolk, Virginia A. B. in Physical Education Ludie Dixon Ellis Milligan College, Tennessee A. B. in Music Leo Edwin Ernst- Chicago, Illinois A. B. in Religion CLASS 23 Albert Donald Evans Gate City, Virginia A. B. in Chemistry Nathan Scott Hale Fleming, Kentucl y A. B. in Physical Education Garnet Beverly Hall Radford, Virginia B. S. in Physical Education ' I -! SENIOR 24 f-L f Kk, ,4 CLASS James Harmon Elizabethton, Tennessee A. B. in Physical Education Dollie Rebecca Harris College Park, Georgia A. B. in Physical Education Judson Burton Harris, Jr. Radford, Virginia A. B. in Physical Education 25 Charlotte Mary Hobbs Swarthmore, Pennsylvania A. B. in English Frank H. Kelly, Jr. Milligan College, Tennessee A. B. in Physical Education Betty Willis King Johnson City, Tennessee A. B. in Elementary Education r k j . SENIOR 26 Mary Louisa McKinney Elizabethton, Tennessee A. B. in Religion William Byran Maxey Jamestown, Kentucky A. B. in Religion Maria Louisa Mayol San Sebastian, Puerto Rico A. B. in Home Economics CLASS 27 Sterling Harris Meade Sweet Valley, Pennsylvania A. B. in Religion Edgar Keith Meredith Kalkaska, Michigan A. B. in History Richard Eldon Moore Canton, Ohio A. B. in Religion SENIOR 28 Cayita Pagan San Sebastian, Puerto Rico A. B. in Psychology Robert Martin Piatt New York Mills, New York A. B. in Religion William Onward Rodefer Watauga, Tennessee A. B. in Religion CLASS 29 Randall Graham Smith Altoona, Pennsylvania A. B. in Religion Carolyn Margaret Story Lake Wales, Florida A. B. in Physical Education Joseph Edward Sutherland Greeneville, Tennessee A. B. in Religion SENIOR 30 CLASS Jay Tipton Johnson City, Tennessee A. B. in Physical Education Edgar Ralph Turner Woodway, Virginia A. B. in Mathematics Robert Alvin Van Lew Canton, Ohio A. B. in Religion 31 Robert Keller White Greeneville, Tennessee A. B. in Social Science Clifford Eugene Winters Johnson City, Tennessee B. S. in Physical Education William Mack Wolfe Butler, Tennessee B. S. in Physical Education i " ■■ ' !» «? SENIOR 32 Ward Marshall Woolard Washington, North Carolina A. B. in Social Science Peggy Lee Young Bristol, Tennessee A. B. in Religion SPECIAL STUDENTS Paul Richard Bauer Buffalo, New York B. S. in Chemistry ' ■ " V ' Kenneth Leon Mathis Watauga, Tennessee A. B. in Religion iVlilligan Cone ' i l-. .-. y Milligan College, Tennessee ?-«r».f JUNIOR OFFICERS President Gene Click Vice President Betts Still Secretary Jean Fritts Treasurer Maribel Bare Sponsor Mr. Edwards SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President Frank Collins Vice President Bill Thomas Secretary Mary Jane Kincheloe Treasurer Dee Sims Sponsor Mr. Walker FRESHMAN OFFICERS President Dick Carpenter Vice President ..Don Taylor Sec.-Treas Sue Dorton Sponsor Miss Smith - - ' ' iJiifc- Y%Ml f Lucille Ad anis Mountain City Tennessee Gene J. Click Moore Haven Florida Kitty Rae Irvin Avis Pennsylvania Ella Jean Hill High Point North Carolina Dorotha Reed Dixon Carlisle Kentucky Charlotte Kelly Milligan College V Tennessee Maribel A. Bare v Youngstown Ohio Jean E. Fritts Mountain City Tennessee Karlyn P. Keyes Elizabethton Tennessee Harry Bibb Radford Virginia Frank Hannah, Jr. Johnson City Tennessee Mesmore L. King Johnson City Tennessee Harriet Bullock Bristol Tennessee Tom E. Hawkes Lambsburg Virginia Melvin P. Knapp Elizabethton Tennessee JUNIORS 35 A. Randolph Lyons Lambsburg Virginia Virginia A. Snyder Albuquerque New Mexico Amon McSwcrds Martin ' s Ferry Ohio Louise Spurgin Chicago Illinois Daniel 0. Mellinger McKeesport Pennsylvania Elizabeth S. Still Norton Virginia Grant W. Layman Hillsboro Ohio William E. Morelock Mosheim Tennessee Anieah Willis Ripley Ohio Thomas P. Long Milligan College Tennessee Anna Mae Price Milligan College Tennessee Albert W. Zimmerman Chicago Illinois JUNIORS School Picnic SOPHS Betty Adams Betty Akard Gertrude Archer Sally Bonner Donald Brown Geree Cable Ruth Cagle Luther demons Frank Collins Dave Crandall Arville Goff Sam Greer Thomas Hawes Thomas Hicks Connie Hutchinson Wallace Johnson Mary Jane Kincheloe Florence King Doris Klusmeyer Evelyn Lilly SOPHS Douglas Morehead James Nash Mary Lou Oakley James Patton Fred Radspinner Christine Reach Phil Roush Esther Ruark Arlene Seal J. B. Shepherd Joy Simpson Dee Sims Everett Smock Betty Jean Snodgrass Norma Spangler Eileen Sutherland Bill Thomas James Wise FROSH Betty Alderman Wilma Austin. Dick Barton Bill Beverley Pat Bishop Charlets Bledsoe Dave Brady Jimmie Buckles Eugene Burns Johnny Byrd Dick Carpenter Bill Casteel John Cawood Jean Dale Marion Davis Bill Dever Susan Dorton Shirley Daugherty Bill Fisher Burke Fletcher James Fletcher Jim Fox Peggy French Jerry Geisler Glenn Hammond Pat Hand Wilcie Hargraves Jackie Harrison Max Harrison Doris Helton Allegra Henry Thomas Hillman. Atwell Hopkins Sue Jackson Howard ' Jarrett FROSH Lawrence Kepler Raymond Kisner Jerry Lindell Eva Litton Jo Ann Lundy Alice Mac Donald- Bill Mahan Betty Jean Masters Betty Jo Mise Roland Nagle Jo Marie Osborne Eugene Potter Marlin Pullon Frances Roberson Suzanne Rowe kAargaret Jane Smithsor Albert Snodgrass Bill Sproles Don Taylor Peggy Taylor Katherine Vcnier Fred Whitaker Carol Wickes Bob Williams Pat Wilson ACTIVITIES IF IT ' S MUSIC YOU WANT THE CHOIR, 1951-52 This sixth year of programs and activities for the Milligan College Choir, has been a very busy one. Under the direction of Miss Ruth White, with Miss Janet Catletf as ac- companist, the choir gave its first concert in November for the Girls ' Clubs of America. December proved to be a very successful month for the choir. Four concert programs were given, including a guest appearance with the famous Southlanders Male Chorus, in their Christmas Concert, held at Big Stone Gap, Virginia; and the presentation of " O Come Immanuel, " the lovely nativity story in pageant and song. Second semester brought the lively and popular variety show . . . " This ' n That " . . . and the regular Concert Tour, this year in- cluding the states of Kentucky, Ohio, India- na, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Tennessee. Our choir then played host to the Southlanders in a spring concert, and gave several addi- tional programs in this area. " The King and I " - That. " -scene from " This Top row, left to right — Suzanne Roe Bill Dover, Jim Virgin, Joe Sutherland, Tom Archibald, Grant Layman, Jerry Lindell, Margaret Smithson, Dorotho Dixon. Second row — Esther Ruark, Karlyn Keyes, Norma Spangler, Tom Hawes, Amos McSwords, Gene Burns, Bill Rodefer, Eileen Sutherland, Betty Jean Snodgrass, Doris Klusmeyer. Front row Joy Simp- son, Betts Still, Peggy Young, Peggy French, Pat Bishop, Louise Spurgin, Arlene Seal, Sue Dorton. Senior Quartet: Bill Rodefer, first tenor; Tom Archibald, second tenor; Lee Ernst, Baritone; Joe Sutherland, base. Freshmsn Quartet: Jerry Lindell, Bill Dever, Grant Layman, Gene Burns, Norma Spang- ler, accompanist. The Sextette: Arlene Seal, Norma Spangler, Alice MacDonald, Margaret Jane Smithson, Dortha Dixon, Esther Ruark, Karlyn Keyes. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION The Ministerial Association is open to all male students preparing for any specific phase of Christian service. It is designed to furnish them with spiritual uplift and practical knowledge. Bob Van Lew Pres. Bill Rodefer Vice Pres. Lee Ernst Secretary SERVICE SEEKERS The Service Seekers are girls who plan to do some type of specialized Christian Service. They meet for fellowship and dis- cussion of their common interest. Kitty Irvin Pres. Dee Sims Vice Pres. Harriet Bullock Secretary Mildred Welshimer Sponsor - CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB To deepen the spiritual life on campus and to open greater avenues of service to young people: these are the aims of the Christian Service Club. Joe Sutherland Pres. Amon McSwords Vice-Pres. Dee Sims Secretary-Treasurer Mildred Welshimer Sponsor PRE-MED. CLUB The Pre-Med Club, composed of stu- dents preparing for careers in medicinal or closely allied fields, strives through its ac- tivities to be beneficial not only to its mem- bers but to the whole student body. Maribel Bare Pres. Frank Hannah Vice Pres. Francis Roberson Secretary Tom Long Treasurer Mr. Sisk Sponsor DEBATING CLUB If you love to talk and you know what you ' re talking about, then you probably be- long to the Debate Club, one of the most active organizations on campus. Bob White President Everett Smock Secretary Dr. Sahli Sponso; DRAMATICS CLUB " The Play ' s the thing " according to the members of the Dramatics Club, which provides an outlet for students interested in any phase of drama.. Ruth Brown President Jean Bali Vice President Connie Hutchinson Secretary and Treasurer Mr. Edwards Sponsor HOBBY CLUB The Hobby Club is for those who are interested in development of hobbies. It is of special help to the future elementary teachers. Arlene Seal Pres. Peggy French Vice Pres. Evelyn Lilly Reporter Mr. Hyder Sponsor CLUB PANAMERICANO Club Panamericano, composed of stu- dents of Spanish or those who show an out- standing interest in Spanish activities, has as its purpose " aprender espanol y diver- tirse " or, to learn Spanish and have a good time! Peggy Young Pres. Jean Ball Vice Pres. Harriet Bullock Secretary Anna Mae Price Treasurer Marie Smith Sponsor COMMERCE CLUB The Commerce Club is sponsored by the Department of Business Administration and Secretarial Science. Membership is open to majors and minors in the department., Betts Still President Bill Morelock Vice President Evelyn Lilly Secretary and Treasurer Mr. Price Sponsor STAMPEDE STAFF THE STAMPEDE, a student publica- tion, not only spotlights campus activities and student opinions, but also serves as a workshop for aspiring journalists and re- porters. Virginia Snyder Editor Connie Hutchinson Assistant Editor Miss Smith Sponsor BUFFALO RAMBLERS The Buffalo Ramblers find menfai re- laxation from classroom routine by frequent hikes and other forms of outdoor activity. David Crandall President Thomas Hawes Vice President Harriet Bullock Secretary and Treasurer Mr. Rhea Sponsor PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB The Physical Education Club seeks to aid its members both socially and profes- sionally. Development of character, sports- manship and leadership are especially em- phasized. Membership is open to all Physi- cal Education majors and minors. John Ammerman President Randy Cooper ; Vice President Anna Mae Price Secretary and Treasurer Miss Mynatt and Mr. Walker Sponsors • iferJ ' S THE BUFFALO STAFF Charlotte Hobbs Editor Peggy Young Business Manager Karlyn Keyes Junior Editor Bill Morelock . . Junior Business Manager Frank Collins Sports Editor Lee Ernst Feature Editor Christine Reach Typist Miss Marie Smith Sponsor Advertising Staff: Pat Wilson, Tom Hawes, Bob White, Esther Ruark, Gene Burns, Alice MacDonald, John Ammerman, Karlyn Keyes, Grant Layman, Dick Carpenter. ATHLETICS I. il it ' s all in fKe game! BASKETBALL RESULTS 1951-1952 THEY 77 98 95 86 58 59 87 80 86 88 71 64 67 87 87 89 94 89 101 65 92 73 92 56 WE OPPONENT 39 Berea 47 Georgetown 48 Appalachian State 56 Middle Tenn. State 61 Tusculum 68 King 47 High Point 52 Emory Henry 52 David Lip. 55 Austin Peay 64 Tusculum 52 Carson-Newman 62 Maryville 51 E. T. S. C. 49 L. M. U. 49 Austin Peay 47 David Lip. 50 Middle tenn. State 69 Emory Henry 63 Carson-Newman 48 L. M. U. 46 King 59 E. T. S. C. 83 Maryville Manager Bob Williams and Coach Walker 52 Left to right: Bucky Harris, Arville Goff, Bill Casteel, Albert Snodgrass, Doug More- head, Phil Roush, Randy Cooper, Atweli Hopkins, Sam Greer (Captain), John Am- merman, Pat Hand, Grant Layman, Fred Whitaker, Mack Wolfe, Coach: Duard Walker, Manager: Bob Williams. BUFFALOES ON THE HARDWOOD A quick glance at the record does not give a complete picture of the 1951-52 season. Although, it was one of the mosi ' discouraging seasons in Milligan ' s athletic history, the ability displayed by inexperi- enced freshmen and sophomore players makes Milligan ' s immediate basketball future look bright. Leading scorers were senior Mack Wolfe, with 376 points, and sophomore for- ward Phil Roush, with 311. These two stal- warts were ably assisted by Bucky Harris, senior, and sophomore Sam Greer, of the starting five. Mack hooks one! Fred in Action! Bill Casteel, forward Doug Morehead, forward Aiberl- Snodgrass, center COACH Coach Walker, former all- around athlete at Milligan College, returned to his Alma Mater last faii to take over the reins as head coach and athletic director. Since graduat- ing from Milligan in 1948, he has received his M.A. from Columbia University, and has served two years as coach of all sports at Farra- gut High School near Knoxville, Tennessee. Although unaided by the large coaching staffs afforded his predecessors. Coach Walker has undertaken the task of rebuilding Milligan ' s athletic fortunes with all the necessary courage and spirit. 54 Phil Roush, forward Mack Wolfe, guard Captain Sam Greer, copter John Ammerman forward Bucky Harris, guard 55 OUR CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Dick Carpenter, Jean Ball, Pat Wilson, Carolyn Story, Betty Jean Snodgrass, Sue Jackson, Captain Sally Bellamy, Tom Hawes. f ■tsan mtAAajmii Left to right: Hale, Harris, Nagle, More- head, Roush, Sutherland, Layman, Wil- liams, Radspinner, Blevins. ILLIGAN STARS AT TENNIS SCHEDULE April 2 Carson-Newman (there) April 4 Maryville (here) April 18 Tusculum (there) April 21 Mars Hill (there) April 23 E. T. S. C. (here) April 26 Carson -Newman (here) April 28 Emory and Hen ry (there) April 30 L.M.U. (there) May 1 Union Ky. (there) May 2 Tusculum (here) Mty 3 Tenn. Wesleyan (here) May 6 Mars Hill (here) May 12 Emory and Hen ry (here) May 15 Austin Peay (there) May 16 David Lipscomb (there) May 17 Middle Tenn. State (there) May 20 E. T. S. C. (there) May 24 L. M. U. (here) RETURNING LETTERMEN Left to right: Hale, Harris , Mo rehead. Roush; Miss Mynatt, coach; Kara Bright, Manage r. 57 IKTRAMURALS PUT EVERYONE : %f. m ■ ' E GA The intramural pro- gram under the direc- tion, of a Council se- lected by the Physical Education Club, proved highly successful this year. Planning the pro- gram so as to interest as many students as possible in some form of healthful recre- ation, the Council spon- sored a variety of ac- tivities for both men and women. The men ' s program included foot- ball, basketball, swim- ming, tennis, bowling, horseshoes, volleyball, and table tennis. The women ' s program fea- tured Softball, basket- ball, badminton, tennis, horseshoes, table ten- nis, and swimming. The enthusiastic re- sponse of the student body, and the ' valuable experience obtained by the Council members themselves, gave the intramural program an outstanding place in the Milligan sports calendar of ' 51 and ' 52. OFF THE RECORD! Who ' s Who? or " The Thing " . Pat and Peggy at the Hot Air. C ' ' Early to Rise . . Iv. ric FEATURES FRESHMAN WEEK " Tootsie " and Bill say their " I do ' s " Tug O ' War Sponsored by the class of ' 53 TWIRP WEEK Breakfast date — Twirp Style FOUNDER ' S DAY Some of the most unfor- gettable moments of the school year are ours as a result of Mil- ligan ' s first Founder ' s Day. Students and Alumni alike en- tered wholeheartedly into the activities of the busy day, gathering finally around the festive banquet tables i n Cheek gymnasium to pay trib- ute to the men and women who have helped to shape the destiny of Milligan College down through the years. The selection of a Founder ' s Day Daughter, from among five lovely candidates, climax- ed the memorable evening. Miss Mary Lou Oakley, a sophomore from Chicago, Illi- nois, sponsored by the Chris- tian Service Club, won the coveted honor. We are privileged to have shared in the initiation of this new and promising Milligan tradition — Founder ' s Day. ■■ CAMPUS BEST PERSONALITY Betts Still Norton, Virginia Tom ( " Doc " ) Hawes Columbus, Indiana MOST VERSATILE Charlotte Hobbs Swarthmore, Pennsylvania Joe Sutherland Greeneville, Tennessee PERSONALITIES BEST LOOKING Mary Lou Oakley Chicago, Illinois Joe Ammerman Greensburg, Pennsylvania MOST ATHLETIC Rebecca Harris College Park, Georgia Mack Wolfe Carder View, Tennessee WHO ' S WHO l» AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 6i COLLEGES The 1951-52 edition of " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities con- tains, among its thousands of entries, the names and biographical sketches of five Milligan seniors. The students whose college careers were judged to be most outstanding in re- spect to scholarship, leadership, citizenship and service to the school, are here pictured. They include Richard Moore, Canton, Ohio; Joseph Sutherland, Greeneville, Tennessee; Sally Bellamy, Bluefield Virginia; Peggy Young, Bristol, Tennessee and Charlotte Hobbs, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. We extend our heartiest congratula- tions to these who have joined the ranks of the nation ' s top collegians, and wish for them success in their chosen fields of service. 66 Queen of the May Ruth Brown King of the May John Ammerman MAY DAY FESTIVAL Centered upon the various kinds of music that America knows and loves best, the memory of the 1952 May Day Festival will bring pleasure as long as a well-known tune is still able to stir the listeners heart. Folk music, classical treasures, South American rhythms, and familiar melodies all found expression on this occasion in the royal presence of the King and Queen (chosen from the Senior Class by the entire student body) and their Court. The Court, left to right: Sally Bonner and Sam Greer, Sophomores; Louise Spurgin and Amon McSwords, Juniors; Sally Bellamy and Randy Cooper, Seniors; Carolyn Story and Kara Bright, Seniors; Jean Bail and Randolph Lyons, Juniors; Alice MacDonald ' and Pat Hand, Freshmen. ps ' - ' l ' 67 AMERICAN BEMBERG Division of Beaunit Mills, Inc. 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Phone 166 Johnson City, Tennessee ' We Set the Standard for Service ' ANDERSON REALTY COMPANY REAL ESTATE— INSURANCE— LOANS 121 Yz Fountain Square — Phone 2588 Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of CARL ' S SHOE SALON in NETTIE LEE SHOPS Compliments of THE MAJESTIC THEATER 72 " Compliments of " Congratulations HAMILTON Buffalo Class of ' 52 NATIONAL BANK Johnson City DIXIE DRIVE-IN Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation RESTAURANT " The Pride of East Tennessee " Compliments of R E N T Z INC. Famous For Good Food Students Welcome Compliments of ELIZABETHTON STEAM LAUNDRY East Main St. Johnson City EVANS MOTOR COMPANY DeSoto Plymouth " Compliments of " 340 E. Elk Ave. Dial 7111 THE PEOPLES Elizabethton, Tennessee BANK BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY INC. Johnson City Home of DuPonf Paints " There is a Material Difference ' Member of Dial 2-1711 Elizabethton, Tennessee Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 73 THE MUSIC MART Johnson City, Tennessee THOMAS ' MENS ' SHOP Hart Schaffner and Marx Botany " 500 " Stetson Hats Phone 1553 218 East Main Street Johnson City, Tennessee JOHN SEVIER HOTEL " East Tennessee ' s Finest " 225 Rooms Coffee Shop Convention Facilities BECKNERS ' Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry Jewelers for 65 Years 232 Main Street Johnson City, Tennessee BEST WISHES to the Class of ' 52 The New and Greater D O S S F, R ' S Departmenf Store Compliments of LOUIS SHOE SHOP 117 Buffalo Street " Work Done While U Wait " 15% Students ' Discount Phone 1568-J L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY " Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges " Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Diplomas Personal Cards Club insignia Medals and Trophies Represented by: John and Albert Bealle P. O. 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