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• J- ' . yr M.. ' !«y t- ' ?i) i Milligan College Library LD3311.A47M5627 1957 c.2 MA Milligan College Buffalo. 3 1881 0001 1718 THE A 1957 MILLIGAN COLLEGE What student doesn ' t remember the uneasiness of first arrival or the thrill of beginning another year at Milligan? Left: Girls ... do we live here? V_- .{»teSKk L .S S ' - ' ' « ' ' «»«S - » " i -i.-fi ' .i OS ..i-Si ' - ' iM. .j-3f- 1 ■ :s. " 2f 4 ciM tcM ta me . . . Below: A home away from home. Bottom: Looks like they qts having open house!! Below: What — no coat hangers!! Right: This looks to good to be true. cut aid tontf ta ot t Below: Hey! I ' m Back! Below: Can you name them? Left: Ah! Come on, let ' s sing. Below: Ron, is this legal? 4(i ac ccoMtcd. . . Above: Saturday . . . Soup. Left: Yes, but I don ' t want to take that course. 4€ct C4tta me %acctme Below: This is the serious side of college life. ,5g .. -| Wi. 1 ' % ■ - .-jffW ' Above: Oh! these term papers. Top: They don ' t miss a word. Above: Some sleep, some study. 7 c time at itucUf . . . Below: Sure he is learning a lot. ' ' ' P IMj l ' ' Above: A Big Moment! CLftcC time ox Below: Did you say you would go? 1 ¥ Below: Beauty Serves. Bottom: It ' s Howdy Doody Time! cUe U earner aatccn Mtf Milligan Entrance Pardee Hall Hopwood Church President ' s Home Wolf Hall Student Union Administration Building Cheek Hall . i .. ■ ..-o.ijrrji-- m { i - vft ddcf cae dofiat 12 We, the Senior class of 1957, with love and esteem, take great pride in dedi- cating this edition of the BUFFALO to Mr, Robert O. Fife. In the few short years that he has been at Milligon he has graciously lent his talents to many fields. He has been teacher and minister to many of the Milligan family and a friend to each of us. Our association with him, both in and out of the classroom has been a truly up- lifting experience and one that will be long remembered by the faculty and student body of Milligan College. 13 These faces — line them up in a book and they mean nothing. But these faces smile, speak ideas, teach truths, and mold hopes. Perhaps it will be later that we realize our great debt to these people. These Faces 14 Smile... Speak Ideas... Teach Truth 15 PRESIDENT To most Milligan students, President Walker is tine individual seen at all official functions and heard introducing chapel speakers. You might form the opinion that college presidents are to be reserved for directing important occasions, but if you delve into the matter you will find that our president is a man of understanding and feeling as well as integrity. May he be remembered as the man who pointed our college toward Its second century of service. 16 Guy Oakes Dean Joe McCormick Assistant to the President Ray E. Stahl Executive Secretary Lois Hole Registrar BOARD OF TRUSTEES Left to Right: Joe McCormicl , Judge Raymond C. Campbell, Edwin G. Crouch, George Walker, William MacDonald, Steve Lacey, Dr. Harlis Boiling, Henry C. Black, Clyde Smith, Sam Jack Hyder, J. J. Music, William E. Gilbert, Leslie Lumsden, Judge Robert Taylor, Dr. J. R. Bowman, Dean E. Walker. FACULTY Beouford Bryant- Religion Renalto Casale Foreign Language Owen Crouch Greek, Religion Arthur Edwards Religion Robert O. Fife Psychology, Sociology Arcotia Floyd Psychology, Education Spenser Gervin Government Quinten Gobble Biology Nathan Hale Health and Physical Ed. Sam Jack Hyder Mathematics Ivor Jones History Betty Jean Lawson Music John Neth Librarian Guy Ookes Education Eugene Price Business Administration, Economics 18 FACULTY Janet Rugg English Cyril Simpkins Psychology and Literature Lone Sisk Chemistry Hugh Thompson Chemistry and Physics Hazel Turbeville Secretarial Science Ruth Wagner Music Duard Walker Coach and Physical Education Henry Webb History and Religion Mildred Welshimer Dean of Women, Religious Education Arnold Milam Foreman of Maintenance Pearl Dowdie House Mother Irene Nice House Mother Florence Ritz Dining Hall Manager Arleno Mahonnah Bookkeeper Ruth Rotcliffe Secretary to President 19 Youthful hearts are confronted with the challenge of applying themselves fully to the task of obtaining a college education. In classes, seemingly dull truths are brought to life by instructors whose teachings lead us to greater aspirations. It ' s What We 20 ■m I " ' " ■li. -latfr - Learn After We Think We Know It All That Counts 21 FRESHMEN ' T President David McCord Vice-President Ronnie DeLong Secretary Ruth Hammock Treasurer Lucion Robinson Sponsor ..__ Mr. Quinten J. Gobble 22 FROSH I James Banks I Betty Bee I Janet Bell I Joe Bouton Paul Brady Patty Bragg Howard Brinkley John Brownlee I k fM -:.: Anna Campbell Ray Campbell William Campbel Anson Caudill Elsie Cochran Joyce Coleman Shirley Collins Tom Colvill James Conkle Patricia Conrad Judith Coulter Robert Cox FROSH Eric Crites Joyce Crites Maurice Crull Carolyn Crumley Ruthann Currey Mildred Daubert Bettye Davis James Dearman Ronny DeLong Winifred Dettmer Myma Dever Caroline Deyton James Dudley, Jr. Helen Dugger Donald Dykes Helen Eldridge Linda Elliott James Enseli Marcia Ford Larry Forrest Martha Fry Janet Gilbert Jane Goddord Marilyn Goodrich Emily Hall Laura Hamilton Wanda Hammock June Harmon 24 FROSH Jo Ann Hathaway Marvin Hawes Ralph Henning Joan Hertel Cynthia Hootcs William Houpe Charlotte Hyder William Jacobs Harold Kast John Kerr Altwain Larcom Averil Lease Frank Lewis Geraldine Lewis James Love Wiima Lyons Fred McAnich David McCord Barbara McPeak Wayne McPeak Carl Main Alice Miller Charles Mills Linda Morgan James Morrow William Myers Dorothy Orman David Osborn 25 FROSH Alfred Polmer Charles Pearson Frances Piper Janice Ramsey Roger Ramsey James Rash George Ritchie Jo Ann Ritz Airlene Rogers Lucian Robinson, Jr. Richard Sommons Charles Sams Martha Sams Nancy Schuster Robert Scott Donna Seef Yvonne Shofer Isaac Sheek Don Shepherd Gladys Simerly -v- Ai J M k ikmik 26 FROSH Zenobia Sisk Patricia Smith John Smucker Marilyn Sparks Wanda Stofferan Gale Stockdale, Jr. Connie Strickland Carol Strickler Mildred Sublett Euphon Sumner Joanne Swinford Kathryn Tolle Mildred Turner Mary Varnell Marie Vettore Bobby Weddle Katherine Whitford Margaret Whittemore Ellen Wicoff John Williams Paul Williams Glea Windels Lucy Woolfolk Sandra Young 27 SOPHOMORES President Jim Fisher Vice-President Delmer Harris Secretary Mary Jo Phillips Treasurer _- Bruce Shields Sponsor Mr. Robert 0. Fife 28 ▲4E tt ' ifTfe SOPHS Dale Aldridge Farris Arwood Gary Blass Nyle Bowman Virginia Byrd Charlene Cameron George Carmack Ralph Conrad Robert Davis Bernie Deyton Boyd Deyton The I ma Dodson Ronald Dougherty Helen Feather Peter Ferguson Barbara Fisher James Fisher Rae Fisher William Garlichs Shelby Glover Robert Griffith William Gurley Delmer Harris Delores Hayes 29 SOPHS Nancy Hayes Jean Haynam John Heaton Thomas Hillman Don Hyde Jack Johnson Daniel Kapornyai Beth Kinney Rosemarie Klein William Lewis Jerry Little Nancy Livesay Everett Lloyd Barbara Main Frances Matthews Patricia Meredith 30 m S m iM m n mrM X c ih Jk SOPHS Carl Miller Janet Mills Julia Mitchell Estella Nichols Karen Nidiffer James Oakes Sara Oakes Glenn Osborne Sharleen Pate Argie Payne James Pearson Mary Phillips Loretta Potter Janice Rinnert Ray Ross Nannie Salters 31 SOPHS Blanco Santiago Bruce Shields James Shive William Shive Robert Shupe Virginia Simcox Roger Sizemore Judith Spurling Sammy Starnes James Stidham Lena Thompson Jesse Thornburg Wesley Umberger Richard Von Buren Joan Vance Donna Word 32 B SOPHS -,- tsrh ih Gary Weaver Mary Weddle Glen Wells Charles West Ronald Whitaker Paul Whitlock Jerry Willis Joy Wilson Kenneth Winder Phillip Worrell 33 JUNIORS :: : lassasssmsasses President Bill Anderson Vice-President Bob Cox Secretary .. Phyllis Wright Treasurer Billie Blankenship Sponsor Mr. Duard Walker 34 i iki JUNIORS William Anderson Dianne Barnes Stuart Bartchy Ethlyn Basham Billie Blankenship Richard Bradford Maurice Brown Ruth Burbage Alvin Covell Robert Cox Donald Crytzer Marilyn Dunlap 35 JUNIORS Ruth Eason Gordon Ellis Margie Eubanks Gordon FaJrchild M W , Lois Ferrell James Fox Robert .French Jack Gardner Gory Gray Martha Green Virginia Harris Roxann Henderson y tfi JUNIORS Delores Heyser James Horton Betty Keever Robert Kroh - - ■ « James Landrum Charles Lumsden Malissa McKinley Doris Masters John Mills Don Mottesheard Laura Osbern Orban Peters JUNIORS Ruby Randolph Ira Read Judith Reutebuch Patricia Roberts Clarence Ross Mildred Rutherford Barbara Scott Jan Shaffer Barbara Smith Donald Sowers Thelma Speer Anna Stacy 38 JUNIORS Shirley Stacy Grace Sullivan John Vicars Merry Whitford SENIORS if President Duard Aldridge Vice-President Bill Eunson Secretary Lue Davis Treasurer Marlene Wells Sponsor Dr. Owen Crouch 40 SENIORS Duord Aldridge Jonesboro, Tennessee Health and Physical Education. A.B. Mary Alice Allen Elizabethton, Tennessee Biotogy. A.B. James Anderson Kingsport, Tennessee Social Science. A.B. Diane Walker Bartchy Canton, Ohio Health and Physical Education. A.B. 41 SENIORS Palma Bennett- Johnson City, Tennessee Religion. A.B. Chad Boiling Esserville, Virginia Science. B.S. Patricia Bonner Mentor, Ohio History. A.B. 42 SENIORS Bill Boyd Tookland, Virginia Business Administration. B.S. Marylyn Rozell Covell Angola, Indiana Business Administration. A.B. Donna Andre Crouch Indianapolis, Indiana Music. A.B. 43 SENIORS James Crouch Johnson City, Tennessee Religion. A.B. Lulabel Davis Lena, Wisconsin Social Science. A.B. William Eunson Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania Science. B.S. Jomes Evans Salem, Virginia Religion. A.B. 44 SStiA. S » SENIORS Bill Ferrell Wiliamson, West Virginia Business Administration. B.S. Helen Fife Houston, Texas Music. A.B. Ray Giles Chatham. Virginia Religion. A.B. Dennis Greenwell Johnson City, Tennessee Heolth and Physical Education. B.S. 45 SENIORS John Hall Elizabethton, Tennessee Health and Physical Education B.S. Shirley Holthouser Louisville, Kentucky Social Science. A.B. Helen Hyder Johnson City, Tennessee Business Administration. B.S. 46 SENIORS Alice Jermyn Scranton, Pennsylvania Health and Physical Education. B.S. James Kohls Morton Grove, Illinois Religion. A.B. Jack Leimbach Lancaster, Pennsylvania Religion. A.B. Ruby McCracken Johnson City, Tennessee Business Administration. A.B. 47 SENIORS Potsy Mosters Big Stone Gap, Virginia Music. A.B, Theodore Masters Erwin, Tennessee Health and Physical Education A.B. Frederick Meneor Union City, Tennessee Business Administration. B.S Donald Miller Danville, Indiana Music. A.B. 48 SENIORS Barbara Nigg Indianapolis, Indiana Business Administration. B.S. Anne Robinson Mt. Olivet, Kentucky Music. A.B. Evelyn Rowe Johnson City, Tennessee Social Science. A.B. Gale Shepord Lovington, New Mexico Music. A.B. SENIORS Ronald Sowers Lancaster, Ohio Religion. A.B. Ronald Spotts Beech Creek, Pennsylvania Chemistry. A.B. Donald SHffler Parkton, Maryland Religion. A.B. 50 Willard Sl-out Elizabethton, Tennessee Health and Physical Education B.S. m. m m SENIORS Melvin Styons Plymouth, North Carolina Religion. A.B. Marvin Swiney Bristol, Tennessee Music. A.B. June Topp Erwin, Tennessee Business Administration. B.S. Bobby Waites College Park, Georgia Health and Physical Education A.B. 51 SENIORS Laken Warnock Portsmouth, Ohio Chemistry. A.B. Bertie Watson Lowland, North Carolina Social Science. A.B. Marlene Wells Jonesville, Virginia Social Science. A.B. Cincinnati, Ohio Religion. A.B. I ««.■■■■■■ i Betty Bishop Lloyd Deyton Winford Floyd William Garman Elmo Norton Marie Leimbach Richard McDole Barbara Sweet Gerald Wagner UNCLASSIFIED STUDENTS 53 ' m Around a hot platter slapper or in a session of the bull; down by the water falls and up the steps of the gymnasium; behind the meeting table and on the stage acting or singing — no degrees are offered for extra-curricular activities, but the rewards are rich and important. ' ;i 3 No Degrees ::. : . c-A . t:- 4 -:■•• ' ' • ' :4 .A % ' . w . nantf . •- Are Offered For Extra-Curricular Activities 55 THE 1957 BUFFALO STAFF Mary Alice Allen Editor With stern expressions and argumen- tative minds this year ' s BUFFALO staff, in the traditional manner, set out " to make this the best yearbook ever. " Early plan- ning led eventually to the usual pre-dead- line frantic rush. Tired January eyes scanned what seemed like millions of pic- tures, exams then tried desperately to pass final Unlike the newspaper, the BUFFALO staff has no chance to redeem itself. We have only one issue — one big deal for the year. Helen Hyder Business Manager 56 EDITORIAL STAFF, Left to Right: Gordon Ellis, Duard Aldridge, Janet Ann Gilbert, Judy Spurling, Barbara Scott, Barbara Williams, Betty Bee, Dianne Walker Bartchy, Hazel Turbeville. BUSINESS STAFF, First Row — Left to Right: Duard Aldridge, Patricia Roberts, Barbara Nigg, Malissa Mc- Kinley, Wesley Umberger, Marvin Swiney, Roxann Henderson. Second Row: Gene Garlichs, Jim Oakes, Dan Kapornyai, Shirley Holthouser, Lou Davis, Phyllis Wright, Jim Stidham. « ■ « 4 57 Front Row: Left to Right — Euphon Sumner, Donna Ward, Ruth Eason, Gale Shepard, Lou Davis, William Anderson. Second Row: David McCord, Jim Fisher, John Mills, Scott Bartchy, Jim Kohls, Bob Waites, William Boyd, Duard Aldridge. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President Jim Kohls Vice-President Scott Bartchy Secretary Gale Shepard Sponsors Miss Welshimer Mr. Oakes Reporter Ruth Eoson Jim Kohls, President The Association of Milligan College Students facilitates student participation in campus government. It is composed of representatives from each class and seeks to co-ordinate student-administrative rela- tionships and bring about a greater Milligan College. 58 Lue Davis, President Front Row: Marjorie Eubanl , MalissQ M c K i n 1 e y, Sliirley Stacy, June Tapp. Bock Row: Averil Lease, Roxann Hender- son, Lou Davis, Anne Robin- son, Mildred Turner. DORMITORY COUNCILS The Women ' s Association exists for the welfare of Milligan College women. Through its council, composed of elected dormitory presidents and committee chair- women, all women can participate responsi- bly in campus life. The Men ' s Council is made up of the elected House Presidents who, as a group, are representatives for the Men ' s Associa- tion. It promotes the welfgre of college men by establishing dormitory regulations and furthering the best living conditions for all men whether in dormitories or in other college housing. Boys ' Dorm Council Bill Boyd, President Front Row: Nolan Gibbs, Jim Fox, Gory Blass, Ken Winder, Orban Peters, Willionn Boyd. Back Row: John Mills, Bob Cox, John Heaton, Fred Menear, David Osborn, Eric Crites. 59 Front Row: Dale Aldridge, Barbara Ann Sweet, Argie Lee Payne, Helen Feather, Myma Sue Dever, Euphon Sumner, Patricia Conrad, Patricia Roberts, Earlene Ormon, Ruth Hammock. Bock Row: Jim Kohls, Phil Bradford, Scott Bortchy, Barbara Williams, Barbara Scott, Malissa McKinley, Martha Lois Sams, Martha Fry, Kotherine Whitford, Hazel Turbeville. THE STAMPEDE STAFF The Stampede, the school paper, does OFFICERS much to spotlight important events. Through its columns the Stampede seeks Editor Helen Feather to keep the students and the faculty in- formed of happenings on the campus. As Business Manager Argie Lee Payne one of two publications of the student body, Exchange Editor _____ Jan Shaffer it serves as a workshop for those desiring to enter the field of journalism. Sponsor Miss Turbeville 60 CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB The Christian Service Club is organized for the purpose of providing for the ex- change of Christian service, thus promot- ing greater avenues of service to young people. This is done by the gospel teams that are sponsored by the club. The spiri- tual life on the campus is deepened by the inspirational programs given by the club at each weekly meeting. OFFICERS President John Mills Vice-President Bill Shive Secretary-Treasurer Anne Robinson Sponsor Miss Welshimer Front Row: Jim Kohls, Richard McBride, Joe Bouton, John Mills, Marvin Swiney, William Shive, Ron Sowers, Ronnie DeLong, Jim Fisher, Duord Aldridge. Second Row: Jane Goddard, Maiorie Eubanks, Lucille Salters, Frances Matthews, Micky Daubert, Janet Gilbert, Charliece Subblete, Carol Tolle, Euphon Sumner, Beth Kinney, Lois Ferrell, Mymo Sue Dever, Joy Wilson. Third Row: Nancy Hayes, Joan Hertel, Bettye Davis, Elaine Sparks, Rosemarie Klein, Judy Coulter, Janice Ramsey, Frances Piper, Anne Robin- son, Doris Masters, Judie Spurling, Joanne Swinford, Lena Jo Thompson, Anna Ruth Stacy, June Tapp, Bill Anderson, Betty Bee, Katherine Whitford, Laura Hamilton, Linda Elliott, Nyle Bowman, Pot Meredith, Jean Haynam, Lue Davis, Mary Weddle, Martha Fry, Wanda Clarke, Marilyn Dunlap, Thelma Speer, Pat Bonner, Laura Osbern, Marlene Wells, Roger Size- more. Fourth Row: Joyce Crites, Connie Strickler, Ellen Wicoff, David McCord, Wanda Stofferan, Potty Bragg, Barbara Scott, Molissa McKinley, Pat Roberts, Roxann Henderson, Barbara Williams, Winifred Dett- mer, Jim Oakes, Donna Seef, Donna Ward, Jon Rinnert, Averil Lease, Barbara Nigg, Evelyn Rowe, Del Harris. Fifth Row: Ray Gurley, Roger Ramsey, Ruth Curry, Phyllis Wright, Shirley Holthouser, Charles Mills, Gale Shepord, Mary Jo Phillips, Charlene Cameron, Carl Main, Polma Bennett. Sixth Row: Maurice Crull, Ralph Henning, John Smucker, Jim Love, Bruce Shields, Ronald Dougherty, James Shive, Ronald Whitaker, Eric Crites, Bob French, Ruth Eoson, Bob Cox, Teter Robinson, Jimmy Pearson, Harold Kost, Daniel Brewer, Bill Ferrell. m Front Row: Dianne Walker Bartchy, Bertie Watson, Argie Lee Payne, Linda Elliott, Earlene Orman, Winifred Dettmer, Myma Sue Dever, Lois Ferrell, Janet Gilbert, Rosemarie Klein. Second Row: Nancy Hayes, Rutin Hammock, Patricia Conrad, Marilyn Dunlap, Averil Lease, Mary Jo Phillips, Wanda Clark, Nancy Livesay, Jean Hoynam, Marilyn Covell, Anna Ruth Stacy, Janice Ramsey. Third Row: Martha Sams, Martha Fry, Thelma Speer, June Harmon, Roxonn Henderson, Barbara Williams, Donna Word, Anne Robinson, Ellen Wicoff, Gale Shepord, Alice Jermyn, Fourth Row; Joyce Crites, Janet Bell, Barbora Scott, Jane Goddord, Elsie Cochran, Pat Bonner, Inez Burboge, Grace Sullivan. SERVICE SEEKERS Worship, study, action is the three-fold purpose of these girls who ore interested in active Christian work. The Service Seekers plan their programs around those important values and seek to Increase and to encourage Christian service. President Bertie Watson Vice-President Dianne Bartchy Secretary .. Argie Lee Payne Sponsor Miss Welshimer 62 Front Row: Mr. John Neth, Jim Crouch, Bob Kroh, Ron Sowers, Mr. Bryant, Mr. Edwards. Second Row: Jock Leimbach, Ronnie DeLong, Jerry Little, Russell Conrad, John Brownlee, Roy Gurley, Eric Crites, David McCord, Maurice Crull, Phil Bradford, Joe Bouton, Cor! Main, Third Row: Clarence Ross, Al Covell, William Anderson, Don Crytzer, Jim Kohls, Jimmy Pearson, Roger Sizemore. Fourth Row: Del Harris, Bruce Shields, Doniel Brewer, Gary Blass, Horold Kast, Jim Love, Jim Fisher, Charles Mills, Scott Bartchy, Ron Whittaker, Jim Ensell, Don Kopornyai, William Shive, Polma Bennett, John Mills, Stanley Johnson, Teter Robinson. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION The Ministerial Association is composed uplift and to increase their practical knowl- of the male students preparing for the edge. Christian ministry or some other specific President Ron Sowers field of Christian service. The club is de- Vice-President Jim Crouch signed to provide the men with a spiritual Secretary-Treasurer Bob Kroh 63 Left to Right: Jim Fox, Gary Gray, Pat Curtis, Roger Sizemore, Paul Whitlock, Gordon Ellis, Glen Osbern, Del Harris, Gary Weaver, Jim Crouch, Scott Bartchy, Ronnie Spotts, Glenn Arowood, Dicl VanBuren, Marvin Swiney, Wesely Umberger, Duard Aldrldge, Ron Dougherty, Laken Warnock, Gordon Fairchjid, Jim Kohls, Nolen Gibbs, John Hall. M CLUB Membership in the " M " Club is limited to those who have lettered in at least one varsity sport. This club was re-established this year and has become one of Milligan ' s very active organizations. President John Hall Vice-President Duord Aldridge Secretary-Treasurer Marvin Swiney Sgt.-of-Arms Jim Fox Sponsor Coach Walker 64 Front Row: Mr. John Neth, Betty Bee, Averil Lease, Joanne Swineford, Dona Seaf, Frances Piper, Kathryn Tolle, Marilyn Goodrich, Nancy Livesay, Barbara Main, Argie Lee Payne, Daniel Brewer. Second Row: Carl Main, Bill Eunson, William Shive, David Sheek, James Shive. YOUTH ORGANIZATION The Christian Endeavor of Hopwood Church serves to co-ordinate the ports of campus religious life into one powerful unit. This group focuses its attention on the spiritual nourishment for the students of the college. Members of this group help regulate the weekly programs and special activities and learn to accept responsibili- ties for greater preparations for Christian service in their home churches. President James Shive Vice-President Jerry Willis 65 SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB The Social Science Club members are those students majoring or minoring in the field of social science. The Club endeavors to broaden the minds of these students by giving them opportunities to do research work and having oral discussions on their projects. President Mamoru Ishikawa Vice-President Phil Bradford Secretary-Treasurer .___ Shirley Holthouser Sponsors Miss Jones, Dr. Webb, Mr. Price, Mr. Fife, Mr. Gervin Left fo Right: Mr. Fife, Mr. Price, Mr. Gervin, Bob French, Carl Miller, Miss Jones, Mr. Webb, Lou Davis, Jim Kohls, Ray Gurley, Shirley Holthouser, Laura Hamilton, Pat Bonner, Mamoru Ishikawa. 66 PRE-MED CLUB The Pre-Med Club was formed to pro- vide an outlet for the interests of under- graduate students who plan to enter a school of medicine or some closely related field. These club meetings held during the evenings discuss a variety of problems which will better acquaint the members with their chosen fields. These discussions are often led by men eminent in their profession. President Laken Warnock Vice-President Robert Cox Secretary Barbara Main Treasurer Jerry Willis Sponsors Mr. Sisk, Mr. Gobble Front Row: Orban Peters, Sammy Starnes, Julie Green, Zenobia Sisk, Mr. Sisk, Bob Cox, Laken Warnock. Second Row: Jim Stidham, Ronnie Spotts, Bob Weddle, Helen Eldridge, Mr. Gobble. 67 Front Row: Ruth Nichols, Nyle Bowmon, Earlene Orman, Rosemarie Klein, Frances Matthews, Argie Lee Payne, Winifred Dettmer, Phyllis Wright, Laura Osbern, Joy Wilson, Susie Dever, Sharleen Pate, Lucille Salters. Second Row: Don Motteshead, Evelyn Rowe, Pat Conrad, Anna Ruth Stacy, Martha Fry, Marilyn Dunlap, Ruth Curry, Laura Hamilton, Shirley Holthouser, Lou Davis, Pat Bonner, Pat Roberts, Lena Jo Thompson, Mary Weddle, Nancy Hayes, Marlene Wells, Majorie Eubank. Third Row: Bertie Watson, Bob French, John Heaton, Inez Burbage, Grace Sullivan, Anne Robinson, Ethlyn Basham, Ruth Eason, Ellen Wicoff, Duard Aldridge, Gene Garlichs, Miss Floyd. FUTURE TEACHERS OF The Future Teachers of America seeks to provide for students preparing to teach. It acquaints the student with ttie organized teaching profession, gives the student practical experience, and interests the best young men and women in education as a lifelong career. In this club we learn how to cope with the problems which will be faced within our chosen profession — teaching. President , Phyllis Wright Vice-President Shirley Holthouser Secretary Marlene Wells Treasurer Mildred Rutherford Reporter Ruth Eason Sponsors ___: Mr. Oakes, Miss Floyd AMERICA 68 STAGECRAFT CLUB This is a group of ambitious students who like to devote their time in on organ- ization that works to develop the talents of its members in preparing the lighting, scenery, and properties for the various pro- grams and plays which are presented dur- ing the year. President _ Ray Ross Vice-President Don Miller Secretary-Treasurer Alice Jermyn Front Row: Dale Aldridge, Billie Blankenship, Don Miller, Nancy Hayes, Alice Jermyn, Jim Ivanoff, Dan Kapornyai, Boyd Deyton, Ray Ross, Bill Eunson, John Heaton, Lena Jo Thompson. 69 Front Row: Marvin Swiney, Charlice Subblete, Micky Daubert, Dianne Bornes, Marilyn Dunlap, Judy Reutebuch, Argie Lee Payne, Wanda Clark, John A. Williams. Second Row: Bill Lewis, Shirley Holthouser, Blanco Santiago, Donna Andre Crouch, Jim Ivanoff, Joan Vance, Mr. Casale, Mary Weddle, Jean Haynam, Joan Hertel, Lena Jo Thompson, Carl Miller. FRENCH CLUB The French Club furthers the departmental interests of students of French through programs on the French language and about French-speaking areas of the world. The members of the club also participate in various recreational activities which add much to the pleasure of their college life. President Donna Andre Crouch Vice-President Jean Haynam Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Holthouser Reporter Mary Weddle Sponsor Mr. Casale 70 Front Row: Bob French, Blanco Santiago, Patsy Masters, Pat Roberts, Pat Bonner, Lois Ferrell, Don Miller. Second Row: John Heaton, Susie Devei-, Laura Osbern, Joy Wilson, Gary Gray, David Osbern, Shirley Stacy, Anna Ruth Stacy, Barbara Main. CLUB PAN AMERICANO The Spanish Club endeavors to promote cultural and intellectual understanding of all Spanish-speaking countries by participating in their native activities. Several Spanish parties and celebrations have occurred during the year. President Barbara Main Vice-President Anna Ruth Stacy Secretory-Treasurer Lois Ferrell Sponsor Mr. Casale 71 Front Row: Don Miller, Donna Andre Crouch, Gordon Ellis, Gary Gray, Ruth Eason, Barbara Scott, Barbora Williams, Ira Reed, Marvin Swiney, Billie Blankenship, Lou Davis. ALPHA PSI OMEGA The Alpha Psi Omega is a notional honorary society for those who do work in dramatics. Membership is based on points gained by acting. This organization provides opportunity for students to develop their dramatic talents in both acting and stage production. President Ruth Eason Vice-President Don Miller Secretary-Treasurer Lue Davis Sergeant-at-Arms Ira Reed Sponsor Mr. Edwards 72 FOOTLIGHTERS The Footlighters is an organization designed to give interested students the opportunity to develop their own abilities and an abiding appreciation of the best acting and stage production. They are kept very busy with the produc- tior.s of chapel programs, one-act ploys and one big three- act play during the year. President Gordon Ellis Vice-President Bruce Shields Secretary Helen Hyder Treasurer Janice Rinnert Sponsor Mr. Edwards Front Row: Gordon Ellis, Jan Rinnert, Helen Hyder, Bruce Shields, Ira Reed, Ruth Hammack, Bob Dudley, Roger Ramsey, David McCord, Beth Kinney, Euphon Sumner, Laura Hamilton, John Heaton, Janet Gilbert, Myma Sue Dever, Carl Main, John A. Williams, Mr. Edwards. Second Row: Mary Weddle, Micky Daubert, Don Miller, Donna Ward, Barbara Williams, Ruth Eason, Billie Blankenship, Daniel Brewer, Gary Blass, Mildred Turner, Betty Bee, Lou Davis. Third Row: Lena Jo Thompson, Glenn Osbern, Ellen Wicoff, Charlotte Hyder, Pat Smith, Joan Hertel, Gene Gorlichs, Connie Strickler, Frank Lewis, David Sheek, Donna Andre Crouch, Barbara Scott, Marvin Swiney, Charliece Subblete, Gary Gray. 73 VARSITY VOICES To promote a better school spirit in every phase of our school life is the purpose of the Varsity Voices. This organization is especially interested in the field of sports. This being the second year for this club, it is well on its way to success. President Pat Bonner Secretary Billie Blankenship Treasurer Donnie Miller Sponsor Mr. Gervin Front Row: Ellen Wicoff, Joe Bouton, Pat Smith, Micky Daubert, June Harmon, Thelmo Speer, Pat Bonner, Mildred Turner, Ethlyn Bosham, Julie Green, Malissa McKinley, Inez Burbage, Grace Sullivan. Second Row: Palma Bennett, Julia Woolord, Judy Reutebuch, Martha Fry, Marilyn Dunlap, Jonet Gilbert, Gary Weaver, Larry Craig, Earlene Orman, Dionne Barnes, Martha Sams, Pat Conrad, Argie Lee Payne, Helen Eldridge, Frank Lewis. Third Row: Teter Robinson, Bertie Watson, Wanda Clark, Connie Strickler, Billie Blankenship, Bettye Davis, Joyce Crites, Patty Bragg, Katherine Whitford, Ruth Curry, Elaine Sparks, Wondo Stofferan, Laura Hamilton, Lois Ferrell, Pat Roberts. Fourth Row: Eric Crites, Bob Dudley, Ruth Hammock, Roxonn Henderson, Jim Ookes, Anna Ruth Stacy, Jean Haynom, Mary Weddle, Myma Sue Dever, Laura Osbern, Joy Wilson, Nancy Hayes, Jon Rinnert, Chorlene Cameron, Nancy Livesay, Mary Jo Phillips. Fifth Row: Alice Jermyn, Barbara Nigg, Roger Ramsey, Barbara Williams, Gory Gray, Donna Ward, Euphon Sumner, Ronald Whitoker, John A. Williams, Ronald Dougherty, Don Miller, David Osbern. S Q p, ;§ Front Row: Ronald Dougherty, Jim Fox, John A. Williams, Duard Aldridge, Fred Menear, Lloyd Deyton. Second Row: Ruth Hammock, Charles Smith, John Hall, Lois Ferrell, Anna Ruth Stacy, Roger Weaver, Bill Ferrell. Third Row: Alice Jermyn, Bob Dudley, Frank Lewis, Morjorie Eubank, Barbara Fisher, Roy Fisher, Wanda Stofferon, Pot Bonner, Argie Lee Payne, Dianne Walker Bortchy, Pat Roberts, Jim Burleson. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB The Physical Education Club is made up of those stu- dents majoring and minoring in Physical Education. It is a group that meets socially and professionally for the develop- ment of character, sportsmanship, and leadership. President Bob Waites Vice-President . Duard Aldridge Secretary Jan Shaffer Treasurer _ Dianne Walker Bartchy Sponsors Coach Walker, Mr. Hale 75 Front Row: Marilyn Goodrich, Janet Gilbert, Euphon Sumner, Daniel Brewer, Beth Kinney, Gary Weaver, Frances Piper, David Sheel . Second Row: Nancy Livesay, Wanda Clark, Yvonne Shafer, Anne Robinson, Averil Lease, Gole Shepard, Gary Gray. Third Row: John Hall, Richard McBride, James Shive, Bill Eunson, Don Kapornyai, Bill Ferrell, William Shive, Fred Menear. BUFFALO RAMBLERS To find relaxation from the hectic bustle of the school schedule is the aim of the Ramblers. This organization has explored many caves in the area and climbed often to the top of or Buffalo to view the handiwork of God here in beautiful East Tennessee. President Jerry Willis Vice-President Ronald Dougherty 76 RADIO CLUB This is a new club, the purpose of which is to arouse interest in radio work as a hobby. The members study every phase of radio techniques and have produced the radio program " Milligan College Presents " this year. Front Row: Helen Feathers, Ron Sowers, Ronnie DeLong, Lou Davis, Mr. Neth, Dan Kapornyai. Second Row: Jim Love, Carl Main, Barbara Scott, James Kohls, Malissa McKinley. 77 Front Row: Paul Whitlock, James Conkle, Ken Winder, Don Sowers, Edwin Jacobs, Haskel Peters, Charles Bledsoe. Second Row: Frank Deyton, John Nichols, Edwin Riley, Ralph Henning, Paul Williams, John Smucker, William Boyd. The Veterans ' organization, the newest club on campus, was organized just this year. The ultimate purpose of the club is to promote the betterment of returning veterans. Outstanding recommendations were endorsed by this group and presented to the Student Council to improve life and VETERANS CLUB to aid the entire student body. President Donald Sowers Vice-President Charles Bledsoe Secretary-Treasurer Glenn Wells Sgt.-of-Arms Paul Whitlock Sponsor Mr. Gervin COMMERCE CLUfe Those who are majoring or minoring in Business Administration or Secretarial Science are eligible for membership in the Commerce Club. The function of this or- ganization is to promote a greater under- standing of the business world. President - Don Motteshead Vice-President . Bill Ferrell Secretary-Treasurer Lors Ferrell Reporter Anna Ruth Stacy Sponsors Mr. Price, Mr. Gervin, and Miss Turbeville Front Row: Mr. Price, Billie Blankenship, Anno Ruth Stacy, Lois Ferrell, Don Motteshead. Second Row: Mr. Gervin, Miss Turbeville, Gale Stockdale, Nolan Gibbs, Donald Sowers, Boyd Deyton. Third Row: Richard McBride, Barbara Nigg, Nancy Livesay, Delores Heyser, William Boyd, Roy Ross. Fourth Row: James Deorman, Frances Piper, Bill Ferrell, Fred Menear, Lloyd Deyton, Frank Deyton, James Conkle. Front Row: Beth Kinney, Dianne Barnes, Barbara Main, Barbara Scott, Jan Shaffer, Gail Shepard, Ruby Randolph, Ethlyn Bashom, Patsy Masters, Barbara Williams, Judy Spurling, Pat Roberts, Donna Crouch, Rosemarie Klein, Lena Jo Thompson, Barbara Smith, Frances Matthews. Second Row: Myma Sue Dever, Joy Wilson, Jean Haynam, Pot Bonner, Malissa Mc- Kinley, Thelma Speer, Julia Green, Virginia Byrd, Roxann Henderson, Grace Sullivan, Anna Ruth Stacy, Helen Fife, Sarah Ruth Oakes, Pat Meredith. Third Row: Diane Bortchy, Jerry Wilson, Anne Robinson. Fourth Row: Phil Bradford, Dale Aldridge, Gary Blass, Ron Spotts, Bruce Shields, Palma Bennett, Scott Bartchy, Bill Shive, Bob Griffith, Bill Eunson, Jim Ivanoff, Jim Shive, Ken Winder, Bill Lewis, Marvin Swiney. THE CHOIR Left: Mrs. Wagner and Miss Betty Lawson compose the Music Department staff this year. Below: Under the oble direc- tion of Mrs. Ruth Wagner, the choir is an important part of life on the Milligan campus. The Milligan College Concert Choir presents concerts and special music for programs both on the campus and in the surrounding area. Each year a two-week Spring Tour is made, reaching often several hundred miles from the school. 79 ■ " ■ ' i Em fciT ' ps wm ' ' - IT i. J k.1 i ' - 4 ■ m P 1 L ■ H J 1 The Sultonaires: Sandra Young, Elaine Sparks, Wanda Stofferan. The Melodears: Julie Green, Pat Roberts, Ethlyn Basham, Elsie Cochran, accompanist. The ensembles are among the most active of all groups on campus. Each week several trios or quartets go out to sing at churches, schools, banquets, clubs and on radio and television. This not only gives the singers experience, but it also is publi- cizing the college. ENSEMBLES The Co-Eds: Joan Swineford, Averil Lease, Carol Tolle, Ellen Wicoff, accompanist. The Millettes: Patsy Masters, Barbara Scott, Dionne Barnes, Gail Shepard, accompanist. The Sextef+e: Ellen Wicoff, Patricia Meredith, Anna Ruth Stacy, Jan Shaffer, Mymo Sue Dever, Barbara Main, Malissa McKinley. The Belltones: Dionne Bortchy, Rosemarie Klein, Anne Robinson, Virginia Byrd, accompanist. m A Front Row: Nancy Schuster, David McCord, Miss Lawson, Earlene Orman, Yvonne Shafer, Wanda Stofferan, Altwain Larcom, Earline Sparks, Lucian Robinson, David Armstrong, Carol Strickler, Roger Ramsey. Second Row: Mildred Daubert, Carl Main, Anson Caudill, Charles Mills, Harold Kast, Judy Coulter, Carol Tolle, Martha Sams, Ellen Wincoff. FROSH CHOIR The Freshman Choir has played a very important role in the music pro- grams of the school. Their activities have included chapel music, appearances in area schools and churches, and radio programs. The highlight of their year ' s program was the Christmas " Fireside Frolics. " Miltones: Lucian Robinson, Roger Ramsey, Dave McCord, Charles Mills. The Wayfarers: Jim Shive, Gary Blass, Jerry Willis, Bill Shive. Milligan Men; Phil Bradford, Marvin Swiney, Bruce Shields, Scott Bartchy. 81 ., ■ ' ' ; -Sfriftfc - V ' Whether on the running track, the baseball diamond, the tennis court, or the basketball court Milligan is proud of its athletes who, win or lose, always make us proud that they wear the orange and black. I i «.-i_- M ' . ■ ' iC ' . ' ' e5F« M»ns l fBiM " w. If ' s All 82 In The Game 83 Who got the boll?? Harris scores in ETSC gome. Covell scores against Austin Peay, Fast action in the State gome. Crouch hooks against State. Managers apply the heat. a u of ¥ Front Row: Left to Right — Jim Burleson, Glen Ar- wood, John Hall, Jim Fox, Roger Sizemore, and Dennis Greenwell. Bock Row: Manager John Orr, Dick Van Buren, Duard Aldridge, Charles Smith, Del Harris, Jim Crouch, Fred Menear, Manager Dick Howes, and Coach Duard Walker. VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach Duard Walker deserves a round of applause for the manner in which he guides the team both on and off the floor. The Buff co-captains for the 1956-57 season were Dennis Greenwell and Duard Aldridge. " Red Eye " and Duard faithfully filled their role of dependable leadership game after game all through the season. The dependability and hard work of Managers John Orr and Dick Howes have been greatly appreciated by Coach ' Walker and the entire squad. 85 int.. . Charles " Sonny " Smith Roger Sizemore Jim Crouch Fred Menear Jim " Bo " Fox 86 r Glen ArwcrKf Jim Burleson Dick Van Buren Del Harris John L. Hall 87 BASEBALL With these returning lettermen plus the return of Jim Fox and the addition of several incoming freshmen, Coach Duord Walker ' s Buffaloes hoped to enjoy one of their most successful seasons. The problem in years past has been lack of material, but this promised to be no problem this season. Coach Duard Walker John L. Hall Roger Sizemore X ' ¥ 88 Duard Aldridge Paul Whitlock Phil Worrell Ron Dougherty Laken " Red " Wornock Del Harris 89 Dick Van Buren, Tex Gray, Glen Arwood TRACK The Buffalo cindermen should enjoy another successful campaign. With the returning lettermen and some incoming freshmen to work with. Coach Walker will probably have another good season. Scott Bartchy, Gary Weaver 90 Marvin Swiney, Gordon Ellis, Wesley Umburger, Bob Waites, Jim Stidham. TENNIS These returning lettermen were among those striving to repeat as SMAC and VSAC Champions. With some incoming freshmen to strengthen the squad, the Buffs were ' hopeful of another successful season. Dr. Hughes Thompson coached the team this season. 91 NTRAMURAL SPORTS POINT . . . The enthusiasm that sparked the volleyball intramurals was terrific. Those tired old muscles found they had to work a little harder than they thought! Connie Strickland and Earlene Orman stretch high in trying to get the boll over the net to Euphon Sumner. S ||]T ' j STRIKE ... Or maybe a spore — if you are lucky that is. Pat Bonner, Mary Alice Allen, Sonny Smith, ond John Hall engage in the vigorous but ex- citing sport of bowling. P-l-N-G . . . Whether in the SUB or at Sutton, the repeated bounce of the little white ping-pong ball has become almost on obsession! Here Laura Osbern, Shirley Holthouser, Charles Bledsoe, and Tom Johnson try their luck in the SUB. SHOOT . . . But be careful of those guards! Roe Fisher tries hard to raise that basketball score but guards, Barbara Fisher and Diane Bartchy, do their best to keep her from making the basket. SWiSH . . . And another score was made. Boys ' intramural basketball might have produced a few sore muscles but it was good wholesome recreation, also. After all the games were completed, the top team breathed a sigh of accomplishment. John Hall, Sonny Smith, Duard Aldridge, Jim Burleson and Anson Coudill were proclaimed the winners. VICTORY . . . Yes, Tennes- see ' s intramural football team has won again. Proud of their state and proud of their team were Sonny Smith, Fred Menear, Jim Burleson, Glen Arwood, Bob Shupe, Duard Aldridge, and John Hall. TENNIS ... A beautiful day! A good team! The tourney is over and the happy victors of the Sweetheart Tennis Tournament are Pat Bonner and Jim Fox. 93 m Placing these features in the setting of the picturesque campus adds to the " things lovely to look at. " We have visible beauty in the May Day festivities, Miss Milligon, the concerts, the superlatives. We hove the beauty of knowledge manifested by those who are selected for Who ' s Who. ' ' Things .u ' i - ■ ' aitofe.,r »• V™fc s ?S - g- I ..iJ : ' ' •wsM r Lovely To Look At 95 SUPERLATIVES Most- Outstanding Seniors: Mary Alice Allen and Most Likely To Succeed: Anne Robinson and Jim Jim Kohls. Crouch. Most Athletic: Duard Aldridge and Pat Bonner. Best All Round: Dianne Walker Bartchy and Scott Bartchy. Most Popular: John Hall and Lue Davis. Most Intellectual: Gale Shepard and Jim Fisher. Wittiest: Nancy Schuster and Ray Campbell. Most Dependable: Bertie Watson and Bob Waites. ri IS 97 WHO ' S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES This year Milligan has chosen six Seniors to represent her in the 1956-1957 edition of WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. Each year students are nominated for this honor and are chosen on a basis of scholarship, participation in school activities, leadership, citizenship, service to the school, and promise of future usefulness. Duard Paul Aldridge . . . A Health and Physical Education major from Jonesboro, Tennessee. Dianne Walker Bartchy . . . A Health and Physical Education major from Canton, Ohio. Patricia Jane Bonner . . . A Health and Physical Education major from Mentor, Ohio. Donna Andre Crouch . . . A Music major from Indianapolis, Indiana. Gale Irene Shepord Laken Warnock ... A Music major from Lovington, New ... A Chemistry major from Portsmouth, Mexico. Ohio. MISS MILLIGAN Dianne Barnes 100 101 MISS SENIOR Bertie Watson ISS JUNIOR Roxann Henderson MISS SOPHOMORE Mary Jo Phillips MISS FRESHMAN Ru th Hamtnack 104 KING and QUEEN of MAY Duard Aldridge and Bertie Watson 105 MAY DAY Left to right: John Hall, Dianne Bartchy, Ron Sowers, Gale Shepard, Jim Fox, Pat Roberts, Jimmy Smith, Roxann Henderson, Jim Stidham, Mary Jo Phillips, Larry Forrest, Elaine Sparks. 106 - t ' A,V»( i ■ " • ■w Above: The bloomer girls and their broom stick dance. Below: Look at Ruth and Tex doing the Charleston. Below, right: Nothing like the good old days. Marg and Don seem to be enjoying themselves. MAY DAY ITIES «i£ Below: The May King and Queen and their court. ». ' " « Y « ' CONCERT SERIES The concert series presented to the Milligan family this year has indeed been very enjoyable. The programs were of a professional nature given by local and imported artists. Robert Rudie, Violin soloist. Philippe Entremont, Pianist. Robert Porterfield, managing director of the world famous Barter Theatre of Virginia. Elizabeth Winslow, Lyric soprano. GRADUATION v»l The Faculty and Senior Class of MILLIGAN COLLEGE request the honor of your presence at the Commencement Exercises At MILLIGAN COLLEGE Milligan College, Tennessee ' IL ' ' W Top: Processional leaves Student Center end proceeds towards Hardin Hall. Center: President Walker and Dean Oakes awards the diplomas. Below: Commencement is held out-of-doors on Milligan ' s beautiful campus. ;=«y« ijj::-r « - " iwW ' w 4ii! v ; i« (iiW(BW (B ' We remember Milligan — its community of neat houses and shady lanes. We have mode friends with the townspeople and appreciate their support in our college activity. For those other merchants and manufacturers who service Milligan Col- lege, The BUFFALO is also grateful. Adver- tisements make our book possible. ■ V- . These Have 110 • " liiiiBf 1J -: ar - 1? . . " j t i ««» Made Our Yearbook Possible 111 AMERICAN BEMBERG Division of BEAUNIT MILLS, INC and NORTH AMERICAN RAYON CORPORATION ELIZABETHTON, TENNESSEE 112 THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF ELIZABETHTON Welcomes You to Our Worship Services Minister, FRED W. SMITH Best Wishes, Seniors from LES LUMSDEN HOUR LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING, INC. For Fast Service Elizabethton, Tennessee Phone 7771 113 Johnson City ' s Great 5-floor department store The Tri-City ' s Finest! First with the newest in fashion-wear for all occasions . exemplifying the fine quality and good taste on which King ' s " ■eputation is built. The smart ' esf- people in town shop at King ' s! Corner Roan and Main Streets Compliments of JOHNSON CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 3688 Congratulations . . Class of 1957 CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bristol, Tennessee Dr. W. Clyde Smith Minister 114 THE Arrow Shirts - Inf-erwoven Socks S. E. 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Diamonds - Watches Jewelry Jewelers for 70 Years 232 Main Street Johnson City Tennessee Compliments TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Elizabethton Tennessee FOLSOM PRINTING COMPANY 708 East Elk Avenue " Printers of Everything " Phone 2-4211 Elizabethton Tennessee Compliments of THOMAS ' Men ' s Wear - Ladies ' Wear Phone 1553 Phone 1055 Johnson City, Tennessee Compliments of HAMILTON NATIONAL BANK Johnson City, Tennessee Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation For Flowers Call on GUNNAR TEILMANN " Johnson City ' s Leading Florist " 318 E. Main Phone 511 Johnson City, Tennessee Flowers by Wire lis EDENS COAL SALES COMPANY Highest- Grade Coal And Vacuum Furnace Cleaning Glandstoff Hwy. Elizabethton, Tenn. Phone 2-6111 Compliments of LOUIS SHOE SHOP 117 Buffalo Street " Work Done While U Wait " 15% Sfudenf Discount Phone 1568J JOHN SEVIER HOTEL East Tennessee ' s Finest 225 ROOMS COFFEE SHOP Convenient Facilities BORDERVIEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH Welcomes YOU Sunday School 10:00 Preaching 11:00 Night Service 7:30 Compliments of HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS Johnson City ' s Largest Savings Loan Association Johnson City, Tennessee Across from Post Office Phone 3143 Compliments of ERWIN NATIONAL BANK Erwin, Tennessee ' A good place for your savings " Dial 3-4751 Best Wishes To The Class of " 57 " The New And Greater DOSSER ' S DEPARTMENT STORE PET PASTEURIZED MILK 119 Compliments of RITCHIE ' S INC. Nationally Advertised Furnit ure EASY TERMS Compliments of TEXAS STEER DRIVE-IN BURGIE DRUG STORE Sixty years of drug services! 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