Milligan College - Buffalo Yearbook (Elizabethton, TN)

 - Class of 1964

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W .-5. , 1.11 I' 'Q 'ta GIS i 8 .1 is 1 0 K I , I . Q I " A P 1 n I' I ,A 'Q 1 ,f . Q 1 ,M ft if s gl 'fill V 'Hwy X .,,,A Coach Stout relaxes during a hard practice. Because he is greatly interested in the welfare of the students, because he is admired by both students and faculty alike for his exemplification of true Christian living, and because he demon- strates his enthusiasm for competition in every walk of life, we, the Class of 1964, proudly and with great pleasure announce the dedication of this edition of the Milligan College Buffalo to Coach B. I-Iarold Stout. Coach Stout's interest in the students is best personified in the activities in which he is in- volved. He sponsors the Student Council, the Intramural Council and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The latter organization is probably the one achievement in which "Coach" takes greatest pleasure since he is the guiding spirit behind its conception here on campus. As sponsor of the Intramural Council, "Coach" is the coordinator of a varied and highly competitive sports program which involves approximately 802, of the student body and which teaches the Christian virtues of sportsmanship and fair play to all. Through his energetic leadership the Stu- dent Council has continued to move forward and become the cauldron from which the bubbling energies of the students have been acknowledged. By his counseling and his willingness to sacrifice of himself and his time for the benefit of others, he has become a symbol of man's faith in man- Caught in Intramural Action! ,Qi K ., X FR. M gi. .9525 ,,, , not only to the residents of Hardin Hall, but also to the entire student body. During our four years at Milligan, we have come to know him and love him not only as a respected teacher and friend, but also "Coach," In the spring, when other men's fancies lightly turn to thoughts of romance only, "Coach" talks of "southpaws" and their E.R.A., batting aver- ages, AND Millie. For these and other kind and personal attributes and Christian qualities, we salute B. Harold 'Stout with the dedication of this annual. flfvqr ak,- w Contents Introduction . Administration . Activities . . -A M Tradition . Athletics . Students . A , pc- rr r , 5 Lfkfjkff kj Gfi'9f1-A cf cfm L11 x- Lf U Cixi L- AAY547 f If W 5 if rj H, w,-'. 'f w lf'-t"xt f 93'-'Q fx",-'A 'RI' 1 ,wa 5? -n ' I' . ,V xii bw! P wifi ..1 iw-'1 fn 1,44 Y? wk ,JN VJ 740:14 iam I x rw,-l.-il l I 'W hu.. .,z.wb.,3T,... 1 wx? 3 W X ,- ,f QW 1.1414 ,1 fi 49 A--A Y Qu! I. X ,W nuff' ff l X :X -K W I Jw- ,bw 'jwqrf' W ' WWA. 1 .Qi Ax vi A u Af' 5 . f 4' Q . A -s' sf, if 1 I E . A 7 a ' wwf 3, V f if i 'Z . 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Milligan has a tradition-"Christian education the hope of the world." Milligan accepts the New Testament as defini- tive for Christian faith and Church life. Milligan believes that the Bible must be per- mitted to speak in every field of learning and in every vocation of life. Milligan seeks to involve every member of the college, students and faculty alike, in active con- cern for one another's welfare. From its center on the campus, the Milligan 22 community encircles the Board, the Alumni, the Churches, and the friends whose concerned sup- port sustains our fellowship. Possession of the Milligan spirit enables our community to devote itself to service of good will to all men-wherever and in whatsoever state they may be found. The Milligan community is one of light in a dark world, one of fellowship in a world of con- flict: one of service in a world self-centeredg one of hope in a world of uncertain groping. XVhat a glorious heritage we have-what sobering responsibility! 153' "K-.uw MR. GUY OAKES MR. JOE P. MCCORMICK Dean Assistant to the Prrsiderzl Administration Mas. PHYLLIS FQNTAINE M155 MARY JEWELL LADD Registrar Dean of Women 5 ' ak, -my uf, DR. josravu DAMPXER Provost 4 . MR. RAY E. STAHL Executive Sefretury v.,....,.,,. 5 VtQ f""x-fs. S ', 79' 'f 'M 5, 59" "S+ , . " - M? X df if N 3'?Q!j' Q l . W M., ri' ,:7'N: v " - Q qw- lf-qu 1 ,0 W -'ga I. lt. ' 3 ,RTR xl 0 sk . , 1, www-.fp ' . 41 ' .-.Aff-. X fl ,af ,fi Mas. MARY Aacuux MRS. RQWLNA BOWERS DR. BL1.U1foRu BRYANT XIR. RKNATO CAS,-xLE Lilmzriwz Ilmllll lm! Pbvxmuzl EJ1zfL1!1o1z Rrlzgiwz Ldllglldgij Faculty MRS. ANN Down Musir 7 2 iq , Dx. OWEN Csoucu DR. Onvu Caownza Religion Ps3cb0logy MR. JOHN Down DR. ROBERT O. Flnz DR. SPENCLR GERN'IN Music Sociology ana' Hisiory Social Sludipy H ' ff, 4f.s . ,g'f 5 wif ,M 1. VCL' fl -Z 'N S'-gfigmv in-4 Evo- -! 1' lux .L W , ff -- .. 24 Miss Lois HALE English I".v ' ,T .1-ff' 1 , , . 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'i c' ,F . Q Q? ,Q 9 ' W ' .at ig? iff M 1, W4 ,, - 2 , f' , 4.5 , " ,,s ...,,1g m,,,: .,.. ffiiul Mus. WANDA HAMPTON English -ww, MRS. DELORES HEINEY DR. DENNIS HELSABECK Music Guidance and Psychology MR. FLOYD HETNEY Psychology Faculty MR. LEE HERNDON MR. SAM JACK Hyman Miss Ivon jomzs Mns. MAGDALEN JUSTICE Chemistry Mathematics History Biology 25 ' my QQ' ,W ff 1 f 4g-... MR, JOHN MAR-UN Mn. C. W. MONTGOMERY MR. JOHN W. NET1-I MR- EUEI- OWNBY Biglggy Psyfholagy Librarian MRS. MARGUERITE C. PARRIS Mn. DAVID PARSLEY English and Sjzeerh English and Librarian MR, EUGENE PRICE Mxs. JANET Ruac Mx..DoNA1.D SHAFFER Business Adminisintfion English and Religion Gffmdn Edurafion Fa Cu lty DR. CARL SHAW Psychology wb 'wan DR. JAMES S1-mgupg MR, LONE L, 5153 MR. PI.-XROLD S'roUT DR. HUGHES THOMPSON Education Cbcmistry Ilmlib arm' Pbysiful Ed. Physivs and Chemistry Faculty DR. HENRY WEBB History DR. CHARLES WETZEL Philosophy and Humanitics MISS HAZEL TURBEVILLE Sccreiariul Science MRS. DOROTHY WILSON Art and English DR. DUARD WALKER Healib and Physical Ed. MRS. MARY PERRY YOUNG English MRS. LUCY SWAIN Mus. ELEANOR HELSABECK Housemotlver Hozzsrmvlber Mas. FLORENCE Rrrz Miss Joy WATERSON Cafeteria Manager College Nuns 28 Miss DOROTHY LARSON Hozzsmrzoilarr so' 1' I EX Mas. SADIE KINLAW Houxrmolbcr We Caught Them! WMM H991 . V- 'iff 4651 M6 ,. 0, wi, I rn., ww af I W.. ,yah awww -1 s.. 1-' " ,4 , MW, BY - . 10- 'W ' Mr V -X i 1 f .4 4, A 4 1 5 0 h ,1 '- J , W ,. N . sl "W, Q- ' 'ek' 3- , ' S 4 . 4 . I-. W is - ' V A lsr, -.., KW 5 '-' ' 1-f--f , J W on K 740:44 30 :wi -.., 1 I I X. xi, 'w v ww 2 xy! 1, -1' xx ,IN K K2 jug - K 'Tj-Q1'i3 .. X exmfw - :',:"?'- , A 'tw 1 d,,,.gM in A ,, .AW Qfyf X 5 . . - 1' --W .. -s f- in GLW M 4. as-www in .Q 0 w Q is thi is mm, N, .H , M, QM I I I Traffic Court on Tuesday . . No running in the halls ! ! A coke machine for Sutton . . Another deadline to meet . . A chorus from Sutton basement That first time on skis . . ,ns -vi Wi Firsl row: Jerry Carroll, jack Wlaugh, Bill Nice, joan Cunningham, Nancy True. 56501111 1'0Zl.'Z Rick Fulk, Marsha Bailey, Jerry Hicks, Larry Clark, Cliff johnson, Margaret Student CounC11 Student Council President Bill Nice accepts a heavy load. 34 32 4 s 1 A 5 c'w'-eg., P 1--1 .r L, 1',9s'rxi's3- 1,41 Q vgfin ,P:f,', Walker, Kay Lewis. Tbirrl row: Ralph Wheeler, Mr. Stout, Les Bain, Carl Davis, Rex Jackson. The Student Council is the representative voice of the student body in all matters referring to student life. It is composed of a male and a female representative from each class, the class presidents, and the presidents of the dormitory councils, and commuter's council. The function of the student government is to provide and maintain a well-balanced spiritual, social, and academic life, and to facilitate com- munication and coordination between the student body and the administration. The council spon- sors various activities throughout the year. BILL Nlcn jficx Wixuci-1 ,, ,,,, ,, View P rvsidvnf Presiilcnl NANCX' TRUE ,, .,.., ,,,, , ,,Rrtom'ing Serrvfary JOAN CUNNINGHAM ,, ..,.. , .,., .,,,, C orrvspomling Secretary JERRY CARROLL ,....,,..... . ., , .,.., ,,,,,., VV... .... T f FHSIIVN DEAN Oiixts, COACH Srour .,,.,, . Sponsors The Traffic Court in its second year of ex- istence has as its chairman, Bill Nice, President of the 'Student Council. The court has ten jurors who are chosen by the Council. lts purpose is to try all student traffic violations and enforce or make any necessary changes in the traffic rules set up by the Court. Swami: Larry Clark, Nancy True, Cliff Johnson. Slmidiug: Bob Hull, jack Waugh, Len Smith, jerry Frasure, Bill Nice. Traffic Court Sponsored By Council Con1rnutor's Council JIM B151-109 A ,, ,,.,,,,.,... ,,,,,, P rFSid?llf DICK TEA5-nga , .,,,,.....,,,,.,, Vice-Presidenl SUE HILBERT ,,,,,, .,.,,,... S erretary-Treanlrer The Commutor's Council is representative of students who are not dormitory residents. It functions to keep fellow commutors informed about campus social events, religious activities, and changes in the rules and regulations of the College. Its ultimate purpose is to bring about a closer unity of thought and spirit between the commuting students and the dormitory students. Smlrzl: Lynn Hilbert, Betty Osbourne, Sue Hilbert, Nell Donnelly. Slanding: Dick Teaster, Jim Bishop. l .ffl ' 'X V Q' R.-' .Q qi, ggi ,-, v Tiff? if?'T7,13' fi Y -A af' . F' ' I W. 133 if f W 3X pf" 4 I 4 J' M V -Y gr 4 if T67 '-Y? +"M V' 5 1 5- fr ,isis 1- I 33 l E ,. xafqimi xg F t X Q43 Seated: Mrs. Helsabeck, Haide Ensha, joan Cunningham, Marion Korpi, Pat Harper, Sandy McBane. Standing: Becky Human, Marsha Read, Nancy Brandon, Becky Huie, Jo Putt, Marlys Mier, Carol Ann Chandler, Charla Purcell, Sonja Alligood, Marsha Patton, Carolyn Colter. Terri Cotton. Women's Dormitory Council Governs Dormitory Life JOAN CUNNINGHAM , ..... . .... - .,...... ,.........,,, - -President PAT HARPER ...i ...,,,,,,...,..... - ,.,... .. ..,....,............. Vice-President MARION Konm .......... -M ......... iw.-- .,,.,.,,,...,............. Secrelary Miss LARSON, Mins. Hratsaniecx, Miss LADD ...... ..A:1visors The Women's Dormitory Council is an elected is responsible for the Big and Little Sister Pro- representative body which governs dormitory life. gram, dorm devotionals, social functions and The council is made up of representatives from maintaining good study conditions. both Pardee and Sutton dormitories. The Council 34 Hardin Dormitory Council ,........,...V,..Presia'ent JIM Gnumas .... LARRY CLARK ....,. REX JACKSON ,,,,.. W,.,...,.......,.Ser:retary ,,.....SociuI Chairman lm ,X b '- l - t i, 3 X . NNY x, X LQ' V X L lo r: Coach Stout, Eddie Smithson, Wayne Walters, Jim Taylor, Rex Jackson, Jim Grubbs, Larry Clark. Webb Dormitory . JERRY Hiclts ..... ..,,..,,........ P rerzdent STEVE HAYES .YYVYY ,....... V ice-President H. B. WHITT ...... ,.,..A,,,..,, S ecyetary Council Bain, Danny Gallagher, Everett Mounts, Gene Lowell Pemberton, XVayne Colfer. First row: Jerry Judd, Dave Fulks, jerry Hicks, H. B. Whitt, Dave Herndon, Steve Hayes, Larry Sizemore. Second row: Bill Eaton, Harold Golding, Bud Campbell, Wally Higgins, yqjz ? ,e- ful, w ',.i ' .Q' ' v ,'1f', ' '- ' 5 -, N A 1 1' rp. '-I I . 2, . if 1 5 V 1 .Vi ' on .I fl fi l 'J' N' I ' ,r . . , N 4. ,Y . x 4 f ' , , 3 , 5 ' 2 -s . , 1, H ,E 'f'l-ll lil? fig lmfa i la gf? l :Hill 15 I Y l V. --W. ttf up i pills l 3 l 5 F " 11 ffl-.al il ,-Vg2 il . 'L z, F EDITORS-Nancy Rogers and Anita Murray. Getting Mr. Stahlls approval. T V I r 'yfh f l . Effl- ' 3 l l "fa ' Q I l 1 ,.....t -lla 5 ' l nw- 5 ff. F l l ' :H .I .x,i Y . .I 3: UU I i H fl! u an ll 36 Buffalo Staff The main aim of the 1964 Buffalo is to record the happenings of the past year as a pictorial his- tory. A special thank you goes to the many persons who have helped make this yearbook a reality. The 1964 Buffalo staff sincerely hopes that this year's edition of the Buffalo will bring back many eventful and pleasant memories. Myrtle takes in the money. 'R I Q . 1 B ' 9 1 v '15 4. , i J ' ' ' 45, -Q-R. ' 'S' il l a 'T le' 'll ' Y 4 ? J x f f l Sealed: Nancy Rogers, Anim Murray, joan Cunningham, Wallis Ann Glodich. Slundiug: Gary Slmdmore Don Daum Rita Farmer, Pat Hayes, Nancy Gravely, Mary Benscoter, jerry Carroll. Terri Cotton, Carol Barker, Dana Grommes, Myrtle Held, Staff Editors TERM COTTON ..,, .,,,,. ,,,,, , ., PAT HARPER .,.,, CAROL BARKER ,,.,,, Organizations ,,.,.....,....Feaiure5 ..,.a..,....Atl:1letics GARY SKIDMORE ...... ,,,,,,., P botographer DANA GROMMES ..... ....,..-Typirz Photographer Gary Skidmore consults with editors. 5 SPON50R1MiSS Turbeville. Co-Emrons-Phil Coleman and Nancy McCorkle. Stampede Covers College Events NANCY MCCORKLE .,,,,,A, Feature Editor NIIKE Comes .77,..., ......77,, S pofls Edilor DOTTIE Comm ....,,,,.,..,,..,.,A.,A, Proafreader PHIL COLEMAN ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, ,,., P hotograpby LIDA MURPHY, SALLY GRAY, BARBARA BROWN A...,..,... ,...,,.,,, T ypixts Mlss I-IAZEL TURBEVILLE ,,,.,.,.. Sponsor 38 The Milligan newspaper, The Stampede, was created for the purpose of providing practical ex- . perlence in journalism to students who are in- terested in this field. It includes, in its bi-monthly -- e 'W I -,H ,, editions, editorials, items of entertainment, fea- tures, and important information pertaining to ,,- 5. N -'f' 57 ' T 1 student body and college activities and accom- plishments. Issues of The Sfmnpedc' are available to the student body, to local colleges, and to alumni. Y ,-1 fb 1 -.-- . - -M? L1 any -a. I .'-.41f.- .-'::c,.1- I , ,f -.:. 1 2' ZM 1 " 5, ' :.'1' A -' .... f V. .', N ' 9 . 151 w . V- N 1 ee SPORTS EDITOR-Mike Combs Sealed: Kay McCalister, Nancy True, Ann Newsom. Sfdlldiflgl Margaret Walker, Nancy McCorkle, Greta Aldrich, Carolyn Clem. 39 5 ll I Q I ,4-gd! :t gnu? a::-,...,,,,.,,. .AM L",!..'o'5-3 "'W K - K "'-1'-ff ..4.. ,. A , V f--no f. - - f-- --,-.-4, :4f:,',., ' -WA, - ' '--U g....g , V Y, ' ' "."""'1,,,-' V--'?"'L',4"2Q"A-'55-'-' First row: Sue Larter, Barbara Allen, Kay Fry, Dottie Comer, Barbara Bell, Donna Weed, Susan Jacoby, Kay MC- Calister, Dana Grommes, Gail Davis, Bruce Montgomery, Lynn Harkey, Marion Korpi, Gary Jenkins, Carolyn Clem, Phyllis Humphreys, Karen Webb, Carolyn Booth, Dave Fulks. Second row: Ellen Stahl, Terri Combs, Carol Chand- ler, Judy Brown, Carolyn Haggard, Nancy Gravely, Ann Newsom, Nancy True, Judy Guion, Judy Wilson, Mary Jo Crites, Greta Aldridge, Judy Foster, Janet Blowey, Nancy Rogers, Pat Harper, Nancy McCorkle, Wayne Hay, Wallis GARY JENKINS ........,,,,, ....,,,,,..... P resideul Bxucis MONTGOMERY ,,,,, ......... V ire-Preridwt LYNN HARKEY ........,,. ..,,,,,aa . Secretary -weak- ,,e,,-,'?Mg?,4',r f-v-' -,.1i:,,L:a1-,.. -V - - ,,, Q Tau '-.ar'yz.-f-w- - 'Cleef' -1' ' . .,f.'..T..7TfLg '-'-fa, ' ,- 5-74 -. f., ..L qs.,- ' we V' " Txzwir--wig? A, ,, cj Zg.:,-:.fish Ann Glodich. Third row: Sandy McBane, Judy Washler, Phyllis Collier, Barbara Brown, Diane Richwine, Sandra Hunt. Nancy Brandon, George Haden, Don Daum, Bill Eaton, Tom Crafton, Rod Sturtz, Karl Marshall, Loren Stuckert, Anita Murray, Jerry Carroll, Joan Cunningham. Fonrib rozv: Way'ne Emery, Steve Everroad, Wilma O'Dell, Erline Southerland, Jan Moon, Doug White, Doug Haven, Earl Picklesimer, W'illiam Ware, Gary Hall, Jim Saunders, Larry Patterson, Bill Hull, Jack Waugh, Bill Nice, Mike Miner, Ed Springman. M.-uuoN Konm ..... ,..a,.,,.. C ,.,,,,,,,.. - .,.-c,Treasurer Miss LARSON -aw ...,.,. -.,,....-wSponsor Gospel Teams Sent Out By Club 40 The Christian Service Club has been one of the most lasting clubs on campus because of the needs it fulfills, for the students and through the students. The club meets every Monday night for songs and devotion. It is a time of spiritual re- newal. The club fulfills its name by helping worthy causes in the area, maintaining a prayer room in the administration building, and spon- soring gospel teams. Gospel teams are organized groups which travel to area churches and dif- ferent states on request, leading in religious serv- ices, showing forth the principles and ideals of Milligan College and offering "Christian Service" to everyone. V RN V' , ' v,.',: b . L 5: E g x " -Aiuum . , Q 3 '-ww ,1-, . , Zi' 5 . . ii NE i ll All Ji in Seated: Pam Hampton, Margaret Walker, Paula Maxey, Martha Barb. Sianding: Brian Murray, Ed Springman, George Haden. Missionary Fellowship Plans Revival BRIAN MURRAY . ,,,.. ,,,,,,,..v,,,,,.,,, P resident KENNY MESSMAN AND GEORGE HADEN ,,,r.. ......, P rogrums MARTY BARB ,a,,.., ,.....,,.,,,,, V ire--President SANDY MOORE ,,,,.,,, .,,, .......,w,,,..v.,,,,,,,,,,......... ,..,YY... P r 0 jects PAULA MAXEY ,,,, ,....,,,, S errehzry-Treasurer DR. WETZEL ,,,,, .,,,,,,.,,,,, .,.........,...,,,,,,,.,,,... ,.... . ,,.. S p 0 mor The Missionary Fellowship is made up of students who study the various aspects of missions and mission work, both at home and abroad. The aim of the club is to help all students to realize the significance of and have an understanding of their motto, "Every Christian a Missionary." The Missionary Fellowship strives to spread the Gospel through the acivities of its members. Two of the activities annually sponsored by the club are the services held at the Wfashington County Old Folks' Home and gathering clothes for the needy at Christmas. Their annual project is the Campus Spring Revival. 41 .5 1 cent" " ' ' 'two' fs ii fix -A . ini is lil B Q K A N -A ..'4 X, if . 'SZ zz, 'W Smtml: Marion Korpi, Judy Guion, Mrs. Eleanor I-Ielsabeck. Judy Foster, Kay McCalister, Connie Marler. Standing: Phyllis Collier, Terri Combs. Nancy McCorkle, Paula Maxey, NANCY TRUE i..,. ,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,.. . . President ANN NEWSOM . .,.... ,.,.,,,,. .... V i rt'-Prrsideni MARION Konm .i... ,, ...,, Secretary-Treasurer Pat Phillips, Phyllis Humphreys, Barbara Allen, Nancy Jo True, Carol Chandler, Judy V7ilson, Susan Jacoby, Ann Newsom, Joan Cunningham, Pat Harper, Sharon Carter. PHY1.1.1s HUBiPHREYS ,,,.,,, .,.., .,,, P r ojects Chairman Mas. HELSABECK ,,,.,.,.,,, ..,,,,,,,,.,,......a - ...Sponsm Service Seekers Give I-Ielpin Hand The Service Seekers Club is open to all girls who Wish to serve Christ, whether in the home, the school, the community, or the church. Lec- tures, discussions, and service activities are the basis for club meetings. The club is constantly 42 looking for opportunities in Christian service. One such opportunity is visiting the children at the East Tennessee Christian Home in Elizabeth- ton-arrange entertainment, help in the week-end baths and hairwashings. First row: Bill Eaton, David Fulks, Dave Roberts, Karl Marshall, Wally Bain, Dr. Crouch. Second row: Tom Crafton, George Haden, Mike Bradford, Bill Ware, Gary Jenkins. Third row: Loren Stuckert, Keith Frasure, Larry KARL MARSHALL .... ......,..,,,, . ,.President DAVE ROBERTS .,,,.... Vice-President Brandon, Bill Thompson, Ed Springman, Wayne Emery. Fourth row: Doug White, Jim Young, Gary Ellison, Noel Kirk, Rick Everroad. Fifth rozu: Don Daum, Bill Morrison, Gary Hall, Bobby Roe, jim Saunders, Larry Patterson. WALLY BAIN ....,, ,.........,.. ......... S e cretary-Treasurer DR. CROUCH - ......... ....,...,....,......,.... S panxoi Bykotas Promote Christian Character The Bykota Club is composed of Milligan men with either a major or minor in Bible who are planning service in church-related ministries. The Bykotas provide both fellowship and practical training for ministerial students. The semi- monthly meetings are often presented by area ministers, who share with the members their ministerial experiences. Many of the ministerial students are actively engaged in serving local churches as preachers, associate ministers, youth directors, or song leaders. The club endeavors to help in the placement of others. The name of the club, taken from the motto, "Be ye kind one to another," indicates its primary goal: to encourage and promote Christian character by applying the teachings of Christ in service to others. Essen- tially the Bykota Club is an association for the mutual benefit of student ministers With the goal of promoting spiritual growth and providing prac- tical knowledge and experience. 43 , 'H ,f rt f-s . , M . I 1 ' . f--" 'U'-.V--'.,s:,t:. -, - fs -iz-.-.2 - i - cm .,s. 1 1 .. A, . .i ki.,-1.0 ., First rozc: Mr. Ownby, Peter Clark, Mike Lacy, jim Young, Rex Jackson, Bud Campbell. Bruce Fleenor, Randy Wright. jim Russell. Seromf rout Terry Miller, Yw"ally Bain, Al Fryer, John Boyd, XVayne Hay, Bill Nice, Ken Robinson, Civitan Club Lewis CAMPBELL, ja. ,,..l BRUCE FLEENOR RTIKE LACY ,,,,,,,,..,. ,,,,, JIM Youxs ,,,,,,,,,, , L ,,,,,,.. RANDY WRIGHT ,,,,. Begins Service Conccived in doing service, the Collegiate Civitan Club was Chartered on April 30, 1963. The club, whose objective is to develop competent leaders of tomorrow, stands for good citizenship through Christian fellowship and high scholarship. This service organization meets bi-monthly for regular business meetings. Arising from these meetings are various Committees whose objectives are to aid the school and COIT1- munity. This year the club sponsored the "Design a Flag Contest" and aided in the oral polio vaccine drive. The club's project is to erect a new flag pole on the campus in the near future. 44 -' . i. A -.f .-' I9 -i,-. -Ci" ' ' 'AS UT. -.-. ...ir . hfxlm. ,-Mx. 1 41 A ., . , ,f,.-Nt:-, -iw?-a'k.ri 1 ii-itsiitfhrre.-:F Dave Dunavent, Bob Hass, Ralph Earnest, Larrv Clark, Tom NlcCune, jerry Clark, REX JACKSON ....,, ,.,.,,., A ,.,, , , H., ,,.,.,,.,..... L ,.,.. Prcsxdml L ........... Vice-President ,...-...Secrelary .....,,,-ATfEdS1lVEf ,....-......Cl7aAblaxn Sergranl-at-Arms Circle K Petition Group Circle K is one of the newest clubs on campus. At the present time it is serving as Cl petitioning group with hopes that it will receive its charter by next year. It is a service organization perform- DANNY SIMMONS BRUQIE MONTGONILRY jot EAIINEST , Ron PRICE , DALE BALDWIN ,, , ,, P1'r'5iII'cnl Vim'-Presiilrrzl ,, ,,,,,,,, Serrelary , ,,.,. , ...r..., Trcasurrr .,,, . ...Chaplain DENNY CONRAD , SI'rgI'ant-al-Armi ing the same functions on the campus as do their sponsors, Kiwanis Clubs. Their motto, like the motto of Kiwanis, is "We Build." Firxf row: jerry Sheets, Earl Picklcsimer, Danny Simmons, Allen, Bruce XVundcrly, Jerry Hicks, Chip Hessler, Bill Bruce Montgomery, Earnest, Rod Price, Dale Baldwin. Cornelius, Sam Cassell, Thad XVorrell, Chris Williams, Rick H. B. Wliitt, Al Garvin, Tom Elsca. Stroud row: Bert XVilson, Doug XVliirc, Arnold XVallace, Sam Bowers. 45 we v,.,..-.-.-.N ,.,..-. Scuzfezf, Fzrs! row: Mr. Ownby, Walt Arnold, Thad Worrell, Pat Harper, Nancy True. Scroml row: Joyce Robb, Charla Purcell, Liz Grunder, Pat Phillips, Rita Farmer. Tbiral row: Lida Murphy, Carolyn Clem, Judy Foster, Donna Weed, Molly Tindall. Sfumfing: Sue Larter, Kay Fry, Carolyn Booth, Joan Mikesell, Ann Newsom, Barbara Allen, Carolyn Haggard, Nancy Gravely, Nancy McCorklc, Bruce Mont- WALTER ARNOLD ,,,, .,,,,. ,,,,,,,,... P 1 'aridenl NANCY TRUE ...,.,.,,,,,. , ...,,,,,,....,,,,,.,, Virc-Presideul ARBETH REITMAYER ,..,,. .,...,,, S ecovm' Vive-Presideu! PAT HARPER ..,,,.,,,,.,.., ,,,,,,,,...,,r,,,,,,,,,,,.. S errelary SNEA Challenge The Student National Education Association is a professional organization for students who plan to enter the teaching profession. This club cooperates with the Tennessee Education Associa- tion and the National Education Association. Its purpose is to acquaint the future teacher with S 46 gomery, joan Cunningham Ron Girard, Doug Hyer, Sam Cassell, Jerry Hicks, Sally Gray, Dwight Barker, Mike Combs, Bob Neimi, Park Range, Bill Fleeman, Bill Bianchi, Joe Stapleton, Chris Wdliams, H. B. Whitt, jack Waugh, jerry Carroll, Anita Murray, Carol Barker, Carol Chandler, Carolyn Berg, Shirley Hewitt, Linda Reid, Glenda Warner, Nancy Rogers, Margie Reed. THAD WORRELL ,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,........,,,,,,,,,... ,,.,.. T rensurer DR. JAMES S1-in5Los, Pixoressoxs CHARLES MONTGOMERY AND EUEL OWNBY ,,,,.,, ...-...Sp0nsors The Future Teacher techniques, methods, and principles of teaching. The future holds a new and important place for the teacher and gives to him a new responsibility for developing an informed free society. Dedica- tion and Education are the means to achieve these ends. First row: Jerry Hicks, Alban Shumate, H, B. Whitt, Danny Gallagher, Rod Price, Doug Hyer. Fourth row: Barbara Brown. Second row: Gary Bruce, Rita Farmer, Steve Hayes, John Neff. Judy Brown, Dana Grommes. Third row: Moon Hwang, 1 m.,fa.4R.iff ami .4 fm Commerce Club Studles Business World ALBAN SHUMAT15 ,,,,,,, ,,A,AA,AY Y Yrvrrrr P resident H. B. WHITT ........ ..........,. V ice-President DOTTIE COMER .Y.. ....... S ecrefary-Treasurer BARBARA BROWN ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,r, ,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,YAYA R gpgrler MR. PRICE ........... .. .....,... , ......,.. ,, ,,,-.,,, ,,,,,-, S 17071301 The Commerce Club is for students interested in business administration and secretarial science and provides opportunities for a better understanding of the business world. Films, conducted tours through business enterprises, and lectures by outstand- ing leaders in business fields give each member a better insight into our economy. The activities of the year are concluded by an annual picnic. 47 M, ,,,,,.wn Q in b lizl ,. .1,,1.,. 1 .,.-. , .V .'., ...., , rs.:-'.': "' 'if-i-T3 I 5 ' f .59 ae' A ff lf ff ' ll I - . fffrii -- ,,,, -rx: aaa 'f' rr - ear F' 2-rl - --.-- g I . 5' 11' L 1 o 1 . ,Q ,,.,. ,:, Y Yi i l Duane Keeran, Dale Baldwin, Sam Bowers, Gary Bruce, Bill Cornelius, Norman Newton, Arnold Wallace, Paul Sargent, Dr. Helsabeck, Karen Webb, Brenda Brown, Haide Ensha, Diane Richwine, Moon Hwang, Jane Costello, Judy Nigh- Y l L bert, Paula Maxey, Eileen Johnson, Judy Brown, Dr. Wetzel, Bob Haas, Gary Ellison, Tony Shafi, George Clark, Denny Hubbard. International Club Enters Third Yea MooN S114 HWANG .....,,,,.a,.....,.,.....,,,,.,..,......,...,,....., Presidenl JIM RICHARDSON AND DENNY Hussfmo ,,,,., Vice-Presidents PAULA MAXEY .,...,..,,,,...,,,,,...........,..,.. i.,,,,,.,,. ....,,,,,... S e cretury The International Club is now in its third year as a campus organization. The purpose of this club is to promote a more complete under- standing between the American students and stu- dents from other lands. The foreign students are the regular members, and only they can be offi- cers of the club. Other Milligan students wishing to join may become honorary members. Programs 48 GARY ELL1soN ,,,,...,,,,.,.,, - ......,i,,.,, n.-.Treasurer Bon Haas ,......,. ,,...,.,., e ,.,, ,,..,. , ,,,,,,. , ,,,,, ..,..... R e p after DR. WETZEL AND DR. HELSABECK ..,. ,,,,,,,, S ponsors for the meetings consist of discussions, debates, slides, movies and several social activities includ- ing a dinner with a dish from each represented country. Through these programs the members attain understanding and knowledge of the cus- toms, habits, environment, geography, beliefs and ideas of the various countries. C1-Ixus WILLIAMS ,,,..,......,,.PYf'Si!'I6'71f TERRY MILLER ,...,.. ..,,,,,,,, V icr-Prmidevzi JEAN WRIGHT ,.,... ,.,,.. . ........ S vrrefury TOM BARNARD ,,.....,., .....,,V.N. T rmsurer C. ALLEN WHITE MR. LONE L. Sisx ...t,.,,,Rrpovfe1 ...-...Adl'iS07' Professor Sisk, Chris Williams, Terry Miller, Jean Wright, Tom Barnard, Al White, Dick Polly, Glynn Wells, John Slaughter, Bill Nice, George Clark, Al Gervin, Bruce Fleenor. Pre-Med Club Seeks Knowledge The Pre-Med Club's main purpose is to help prepare its members for careers in medicine and its allied sciences. The meetings are devoted to discussion and activities related to the students' chosen professions. Many of these discussions are led by phy4 sicians, specialists, and important men in these fields. The Pre-Med Club strives through its various activities to better prepare the undergraduate for the interesting, challenging, satisfying, and humane activities found in a career in medicine and its allied sciences. 49 7 ii 7., ix ir I xrp ,-EB 'H .... ' Y ' 4 , N . N : ' ' ' 15331 5'-zziiff' 5 " za ' 'f'f:f'l.' -jf: , i 3 4 5 A 1 3 'K , sffffrvrw- 3 - - , 1 fzrff rum: Car-Ll Hill, Judy' Vfilson, Lynda S:2rr:::. Nadja. Lana Lauri. Andy' Lavne. Doug Haven. Bill Cornelius. Jack Hayden, Sandy NicBarxe. Shirley Hewitt. Sandra Hunt. Yfehszer. -I-'rrjr Carroll, Kermit Lt:vne1.'. Ian Moon. Nancy Glenda Vfarrzer. Sat'ffv:.1' wuz Judy Guion. Esther Bryan fwleCorkle. Patsy Camzbell. Footlighters Staff Footlighters, a club for thespians, is open to .111 students who are interested in the arts of acting and stage production. lt provides students with an excellent opportunity of developing individual abilities in all fields of the theatre. Members of the Footlighters sponsor, produce and assist with the campus dramatic productions. Through the Footlighters, students are admitted to the national honorary dramatic fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega. Alpha Psi Omega VIERRY CARROLL , . ,tPVt'SI.iE71f BILL Coxxttius , ,, Vim-Prefidmzz LANA LANIER - Sfffffdf-1 Suahxlz Bill Cvrnelsus. Sindy NIcB.1ne. .Icr:j.' Carroll, S.',11:,f:'1q: Donna Haven. Lana Lanier, Esther Bryan. Xadync Hayden. 50 Productions Saxm MCBANL hex Yfrisris Naot xt Harm, Doxxa Hnuszx Mas, Pam is N , , ,,,, ,,..,. P resiffnf ,, , V155-Prffiffgri S6c'r5iJr3 -Treaszzrfr Business lianagfr , Sponsor wg 1, 35555, T A -- ' 2-.e-:: ififi ,1:2'-2"f2W fiiriiik:-Z:EJf-2:53255 - A r22Em.:-35334319 .- III" T ". 1, 252. - W.-WV ... - 'Y-4 -"- '- 3 .- lg: ya: ..1.:eE:q' E Q55 2 3 w ifes ' 3 ' 1.. N7 :S:r,'?2'."?eE2e-gs- 5 W -ez.-iz, ff, ,-,--.x:q s.'- , ,,,.. : -:wrt-g+:Q:. , -- -- W, ,--,,.,,f:,--Y: --ff ,352-fre: - ,X ,M-N-w3fp .nvemvg -- - 11'- '- , , ,Q f W . ,... - .... we -s q? As "A' W . -- - v--- i . .-,,.... x V W ,,g.g?m V f ha. :-:,E.:::w L ,Wm -, .. . N- , ,. ,.,,,. ,M ...,,,.,., ,,,.,,., ,,, ,www-:y1 5. 5: 5 ff"' " :za Nancy Ross, Donna Haven, Cal Ross, Wayne Colter, Jay gomery, jack Waugh, Bill Cornelius, Mike Miner, Joyce Weitzel, Dave Herndon, Cliff johnson, Bill Hull, Judy May, Robb, Ed Pierpont, Sam Bower, Mike Combs, Sally Gray, Sharon Carter, Bob Wildman, Connie Marler, Bill Reeves, Bill Nice, Bill Eaton, Kay McCalister, Donna Weed. Ray Henry, Diane Richwine, Ellen Jo Stahl, Bruce Mont- Ski Club Plans Trip To Blowing Rock, orth Carolina The Ski Club is one of the newer clubs on February. This year, thirty-eight students went campus. Its main function is the sponsoring of to Blowing CAL Ross ,, ,,,,,, ,,,.... C loairmau Dx. WETZEL ,,,,. ...... . .Sponsor Rock, North Carolina accompanied a two-day ski trip each year around the first of by Dr. Wetzel, Mrs. Bowers, and Mrs. Parris. There she goes! 1 .-. ,Q A '4' - .. JL . . . MP'-f -B", Z ' UW" M. Y , fs o r , ,, , , 5'I is -J ,Z .71 ,Cf gseau U 0 O Puff ron: Bill Howe. Connie Linton. Lorna Crouch. Bud Campbell, Carolyn Berg, Sally Gray, Mike Combs, Dixie Dudukovitch, Coach Stout. Svromz' mu: jan Rowland. Linda 1IcBane, Karen Atha, Mary jo Crites. Bill Moore. Bill Bianchi. Mike Hartung, Bobby Booth. Tbmf rouz Fran York, Marlys Hier. Pat Harper. Becky Human. John Pick- 50 ford. Dick Ryan. Dwight Barker. Fourth rout Lowell Pemberton, Glenda Vfarner, Linda Reid, Danny Harkleroad. Xifayne Herndon. Phil Hansen. Fiffb row: Mike Phipps. Sandy Vwright, Bill Hull, Ralph Earnest, Don Garland, Gary jo Nicholson, Billy Bowan. Sixth 1-ou: Harold Golding. Eddie Cole. Norman Hodge. P.E. Club Sells Concessions The Physical Education Club is comprised of students majoring and minoring in physical edu- cation. The purpose of the club is to provide a meeting in which the student can gain valuable information and experience to aid him in his teaching or coaching profession. Weekly meet- ings consist of guest speakers, discussions, and participation in seasonal sports. This year the club raised money to help pay for glass backboards in the gyrn. One of its functions is selling con- cessions at the basketball games and Wrestling matches. Letternlen Join "lvl" Club jay Weitzel, Dwight Barker, Fran York, Phil Hansen, Don Garland, Park Range, Bob Kerrick, Cal Ross, Eugene Wfoodby, Bill Cornelius, Larry Reynolds, Andy Lowe, Gary Nicholson, Randy Wright, Bud Campbell, Dave Herndon. Caxoux BERG ,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,Pre,viden! Lewis CAMPBELL ,,,, ,,,,, X 'ire-Presidsnl SALLY GRAY ,,,,,,,, .,,,,,, ,,., S 5 cref.zr3-Trsuszzrfr LORNA CROUCH ., .,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,. . , ,,,,,,,., , , .,... Reporfrr COACHES STOUT AND NYALKER ,,,,,, , ,,,,.,, Sponsors if .23-" 6. 3715? I f -'Li bf 5? .Q .1-I - J 1. Q 'Wk ' 1-'5-1-2 "Ye Shall Be My Witness" This verse from Acts sums up the purpose of the F.C.A. QFelloW- ship of Christian Athletesj-To be a witness for Christ through athletics. The organization, under the leadership and guidance of Coach Stout and Coach Wfalker, is in its first year and is progressing rapidly. The organization meets daily in the men's dressing room along with its weekly meetings each Thursday night, Where Bible study and athletic competition takes place. First row: Dick Ryan, Dave Knowles, Bob Brooks, Norman Hodges, Skip Perry. Second row: Jerry Frasure, john Pickford, Ralph Earnest, Andy Lowe. Third row: Bucky Bowen, Phil Hansen, Bill Cornelius. Fourth row: Danny Harkleroad, Steve Frazier, Gary Nicholson, Bob Karnes, Lee Cerovac, Coach Stout. Fifth row: Jack Schmarr, Bill Bianci, Don Garland, Coach Walker. ll ...LW rpms-,,.,,-. ?iQ-Q RALPH EAnNEsT .,.,...,....,,......,.,..,..,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,Pre5ident DANNY HARKLEROAD ........................................,,,,.... Treasurer RALPH EARNEST, DANNY HARKLEROAD, DAVE KNOWLES, GARY NICHOLSON .... ....Huddle Group Leaders Athletes pause for prayer. 53 Ivrst rout Diane Richwinc, Barbara Bell, Sheila Tressler, Bill Eaton. Rod Sturw, Lynn Harkcy, Marion Korpi, Patsy Martin. Sammi mu: Gretchen Graf, Ellen Stahl, Karen Webb, Gary Koerner, Al Van Bodergraven, Larry Bondar. Judy Guion. Paula Maxey, Terri Combs. Third row: Marilyn Klmg. JoAnn Hose, Parthena Croom, Carol Ilorning, Marty I-Iannum, Ifairh Dorr. Joyce Mayfield, Judy XY'ashler. Fonrffv run: Doug Haven, Kenton Parkey. Danny Qi.lll.lgl'lCI'. jack Schmarr, Bruce Montgomery. Earl Pickle- simcr, Bob Meeks. 1964 Choir Tours Midwest The choir brings entertainment at Founder's Day Banquet. Membership in the Milligan Choir is open to those able to pass the trying requirements each Fall. The Choir is directed by Mrs. Delores Heiney in her first year as director. The Choir sang for chapels, local churches, schools, and community organizations. Hard work and long practice sessions were re- warded by a tour through the mid-western states during Spring vacation. The concert program consisted of spiritual, sacred and secular numbers. " , THE HARMONLLLES Carol Morrxcal Sand Davls nd Y , 8 5 .4 7 E 1 Y Y if I V 7:22 Z, s :E 2 1 v : ---- us-1. Q- ,q,11x.1f- , - , 5. .,. ,. we:-ep-fq fw , . . . .. ' ...., - ' - 5 , 'ix X .. .,.. Q. .x .A . .- - 55, , -. 0 , ., . ,- L -. 4. 1 v. N...M.gs,,3. r .... Q ,, . hi ,,., , ,. Psa .15 'M' .1.24 1..v 151 .5 A521 im-Qwiliv .- -551.1 K .. Q-:, .: 1 ru. - 54g-. 1 wi:--1 Q 2 Ha ' ,. 5 f - ' 4? 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QCILIBER 7 Noxtsrurn S Drcuisia 13 jANL'ARY 1' FEBRL'.xRx' 17 MARCH Ie APRIL 7 APRIL Z' Mm' 4 ,, MAY 10 f"-,.,, ,The Zimmers The Rondaliers Male Trio , . ,,Anne Brading Dowd , ,,,, Robert MacDonald , I.lord's International The Dowds in Two-Piano Recital . ,, The Burl-ie Family Bruce Montgomery, Senior Recital . T ,, Patsy Martin, Senior Recital Marsha Read. Senior Recital The Zimmers, Piano and Violin ,Q- Q: L 1 ,.-i f aw. if ' .f.,Z'g1 ' ,K ,M-W , . E N'-, E :sw I -VA' 3, .,,,..A. A ' F' . ' i'?Zfi'-:li-RN 15.-1:-1-"X zu. -4-151. -' 'R 'IF'-. "Q-F05 . -'--- X? ' Wasrg, 453 5 The Rondaliers Male Tno x N gpC'B1" 51 A 9- V V Qf-:,Qx'.p,1',.--.::.w,-Nin-fg .. -' .1 Llord's International Solo Marionettisf 1 y 1 w f 1 o W' I I 1 as Tb' an-0 -'r"AMw: 7 a fp 1 . an , '4' 1 , . . . M QR ' 58 44 nd ,ll Rfb End of the line, Freshmen . . . Running from supper when Kangaroo court is in session . . . Preparing for Founder's Day . . . Hoping for no rain on May Day . . . Being named Class Beauty . . . Anticipating Graduation . . ., is haf? 'Vi 1 7'-s in A- . 4..:f.j:f. .1,."5. Z.-I. , - ., . 4 .1 ,Q ' J 'I , 37 F 1? F, . F fi, Ln . ik Q I l . he , 5-4.-. rt: f ."'F1'C." 32" I' A 'l F: ' L' r4.l-all Wakandagi "Are you sure your dink is two fingers above your eyebrows?" "Hey, you only gave me seventy-five points for washing your car!" These were the familiar cries of weary freshmen during Freshman XVeek which began September 13. The first morning, each freshman after being assigned to a team, received his cherished dink and name button. The following clays were filled with ac- tivities from freshman orientation to a "wet" tour -'Un'-. 'Y-5-A . V. f:'f.f2A L, g 1 .,., .sqm 2-game. . , f 53 ., qqbv if V EQ i Y r ' , , ' W i ...M ' 5 hQ,jt!f'5 5 ,A,f,g,ggzEll A t .. X .V ,. 2 -v 'E , A ,,, ,. I .4 in Qzfgil A E ,Y 1 ,FY ,rin 1 X I f' -. Ei 3, ,,r. rcqlm X vw ,-.. ., V... FsS,QEJLf'g' . 1 t '-F1 ,f glitz: ii :T . ff asm? Q tr D-- r l ,. if H1j'g', of the campus. The first day of XVakandagi was Button Day and it was "always a lovely day at Milliganf, Then came Al Day and Alma Mater Day and every dayiwas work day. Climaxing Freshman Week was the Matriculation Ceremony held at Sutton Hall. The Freshmen then became official members of the Milligan College com- munity. We sing, we work, and we suffer, but we're finally in! 1 "e".Q' I A ix S l l l 1 R E lwalglb li ral he-1 ma Te l Ffa' . . 1- .1 ri 1 ., " ' req. -.if 1.1 4. x fi N-5 , z R ,, nazi: ,'., .A , J I 4 no ft, .1 I i at Twirp Week Turns The Tables After you, Sir! Keep laughing-you may be next. I can't believe this is happening! 61 Twirp Week fThe Woman Is Requested to Payj, October 14-19, sponsored by the junior class, was a week of fun and frolic centered around the Roaring Twenties. A picnic supper, Monday, opened the week that officially made the females of Milligan College the dominators over the males. Highlights of the week included ac- tivity night, faculty-student basketball game, a hay ride, and the Speak Easy. Doug White acted as judge for the week in the kangaroo court. Sonny Hilton was the prosecutor with Ron Ellis as defender. The arresting officers were Doug Hyer and Sheila Tressler. It was not unusual to see many Coeds donning a King College dink or carrying eggs. The kidnapping of Doug White and a revolt against the court officials headed by Bill Nice gave a gay finish to the fun-filled and successful Week. .V-'f?"? , , -Wi i , ,, 7 1 f ,, 3 i ' 1 9 3 Z 4 I if f Who got me in this mess? The judge gets it! i 3 l 'ef fl Q2 N ii I Q: e if Q as A r 1, ff' X' ,- ,,,. Fx was x J 4 4 Patsy and Earl provide dinner music for the banquet. 1 L..,,... isra- XWork on campaigns begin! Circle K builds first prize project. Foundefs Day 1963 Milligan College was founded in 1881 by Josephus Hopwood. In honor of this event, alumni return to the campus each November to renew old friendships and make new ones. This year's "homecoming weekend" began with an abbreviated varsity-alumni basketball game, and the performance of the Senior Play, "Cheaper by the Dozenn on Thursday night. Friday evening at the annual Founder's Day Banquet, the visiting friends and alumni, along with the student body, elected Miss Nancy Rogers, a senior from Indian- apolis, Indiana, and a candidate of the Christian Service Club to reign as the Founder's Daughter for 1963. Due to the snow and rain that fell, most of the decorations which had been diligently worked on for weeks did not get put up. But the theme, "Our Horn of Plenty," was expertly displayed in those projects which did get shown. All in all, this year's Founder's Day was exciting and refreshing. 4" b ... A 1 Candidates pose for picture after the banquet. 92: x V-:-: 1 vm...-.t:f:,f gsfifzawg.-'s12. .. 1 .f-ar? 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DARRELL I-I1A'r'r Mn. RALPH WHEELER - ' Mn. DAVID Ronmvrs Miss ANITA Mummy Mas. DONNA Ronmvrs , v 1' I - 0 f A. my Students 111 , i1hA 1 Lf-Q54 gf?-gfff, ' ' ' 0 0 0 WU -'Y'51,'?.-.' J 5,1-. e ' .glsp 1 and Un 1VG1"S1-t1GS A' f - :QB , A 11. M.: ".- , X 1 f,:'5,g4?211iifXZQg.j?4 :F 5 QM , y 1 'A 1 ,-,-Ieifefzllamzig1522292295 , f A ffwugw,s.1gfmffmafv 13 ' ' ,- -' .f6.9r,-1.-gf?q':zgmsffqgf fy 67 ' f .,f I , Q-,fmyagwzfegzzfsffig-mf? ,K 1 f -.w,l"1-'S-ifwwf5:,f5'Zf"FW , 1 , ,Aw -A1'1far-'fy-:A I f' ,F , 3315 ,:.,,g3r,f' 1' , A + I - 'w-1"'L13"- 1 V fa .. Q ' " 1!:fgf3a,:ff5-'Li , Aifu?A mw!4s,m Q ,-,,,,lmn-slvlr Lllr fzfmshrfl Q! ,QM Ma . 1 Wait Jack, not yet!" 'Is your namc MA-A-A ..... BEL??!" 68 Valentine Day 1964 Friday, February 14, the annual Valentine Party was held in Sutton Hall with Jack Waugh as the emcee. The theme this year, "Heart of My Heart," was beautifully carried out in the large heart used as a backdrop for the stage and in the red and white cable decorations. Entertainment was provided by Paul Conklin and Rod Price, Bob Hull, Jerry Taylor and Barbara Bullis, and a pantomime skit featuring Marsha Bailey, Carol Barker, Lynda Starrett and Jack Waugh. The wonderful evening was brought to a romantic Close with che singing of the traditional "My Funny Valentine" by Jerry Carroll. -.. 5 1!! , aw Inga Ill fglk. lf Miss Loretta Pennington, escort Bob Hull. MiSS BOHFUC Hunt, CSCOYY I-Cn Smith- Class Beauty Candidates FRESI-IMAN Miss KAREN WEBB Miss NANCY WARFIELD Miss NANCY SMITH Miss DIXIE PAGE SOPHOMORE Miss CHARLA PURCELL Miss JANICE HONEYCUTT Mlss MARCIA BOWER , JUNIOR Mlss LQRETTA PENNINGTON Miss BONNIE HUNT Miss BARBARA BELL SENIOR Miss TERR1 QTTON Miss ANITA MURRAY ' Miss SANDRA MCBANE Jerry Taylor sets the "Valentine" mood. And These Were Chosen .... Class Wim .Simior Sala!! mega IZ Q vx gafgafa Beauties mm 32pA0m0re Janice .kfonegcuff WM jre5Aman Wane? llftkrhefcl 5 E 2 AJ Mqxmxh X N m. , qfsxws N55 'R 1, ' ? 2322, f 512 W ,0-6 ' 1,, an fv ,f ,f if gy 21' :fi ,sf , :gl , W 2?- WWW iii? ! 39 f 533259157 nf? f v, W K 11 4' :bf ' J' 5 , yu, ,, .-,x V, ,, 4 W Q' H5 Xxx 1' M 2 9 gf Z M2 2, 9 A fi ,I ,W wi- f , V, Mm, fn af xwif' W V, fr ,M ,e 4,9 ,. ' 'nfv Z W Q 24 7i 77, 7 1 1. f, if, Z 6: 21, rxi i 'M A Q 1? 6 5, ? v f 6 2 14 3 KJ ll I r guce Wonfgomery +C-Qvfwvi' a .,, Milligras Court SENIOR REPRESENTATlX'ESTXV3ll Arnold Sandra N1cBanc joan Cunningham, Dick Tcastcr. JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES-J.1Cl'i W Nancy True, Bill Eaton. .. ,gf ' .5 x L..-... 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' 1,1 I J K , 4 , P2 A 1 Ln 5 3 -4' . . .g -' A sv' - 1, J . . . l 1 ft , ' 'X , ' ' ' ' -Q Q i r ' - r ' 1 liz, N., Q - ,Q ,L , , A 1 1- , I . .,, .f , er 5, 3 ,,, N, .- .ci ,, A i at . 13 1 " . .'. r- 'N I a ,Q,,39O ,, . , t an , 'fgw .,, 4, A qu ' K if l' r , q gg f f ldg eigg gg R eh g ag e' wa s 3 I f ' , e Z, rx iw fr! i WW? li QWFFP R J are l l lf em ? l 45 5. , , in f T s f' Sealed: Darrell Hiatt, Charles Campbell, Charles Dobson, rutr, Wayne Herndon, Eddie Cole, Steve Terry, Sam Cassell Rusty Stevens, Charles Hendrix, Gary Nicholson. Slanding: manager. Ken Robinson, Mike Phipps, Dwight Barker, Gene Honey- Basketball NVith only three seniors on this season's squad, the Buffs were yet able to amass 15 wins while taking only 9 setbacks. One of our departing seniors, Rusty Stevens, was the leading scorer of the V.S.A.C. for the major part of this season. Rusty at the season's high point totaled 46 points against Mars Hill, 22 of these points being from the foul line. Dwight Barker also pulled down a season's high of 18 1'ebounds in this game. Each member of the team played a part in making our record a winning one. XVe expect Ken Robinson to be a big help next year. Hiatt hurled out and brought spark to the Buffs' season. XVaync Herndon was a dependable member of the team, being gi consistent high scorer. All in all the Buffs put in a good season, that they needn't be ashamed of. 80 C0-Captains WAYNE HERNDON RUs'rY STEVENS Seniors RUSTY STEVENS WAYNE HERNDON DARRELL HIATT 1 Lees McRae Bryan Mars Hill Lees McRae Carson-Newman Mars Hill Maryville Bryan Tennessee XVesleyan King College Tennessee 'XX'cSlcy.1n Lincoln Memorial University King College Emory .md Henry Maryville Tusculum Carson-Newman Emory and Henry S,- fl 9-Q. -1 83 I x X 5 K 1 "i L. Io rx: Diane Hubbard, Rita Farmer, Dixie Page, Lynda Rogers, Carolyn Berg. Cheerleaders N DIANE HUBBARD, Captain I sw. y W 4- U K mamma... -v It's .1 tense moment-Bower offers assistance! Conrad struggles for a pin! Wrestlin We THEY The 1963-64 Milligan Matmen are coached 53 Knoxville YMCA IS . 2 VI 'll 1 by Dr. Orvel Crowder. The Co-captains are is effslgilflewmnn li Arnold Dort and Rex Jackson. The Buff Matmen 18 APP1lf1Chif1f1 State 25 . Z M f' ld S 22 have wrestled such outstanding opponents as S Gills -1-ectftc 24 Appalachian State, Georgia Tech, and Morehead 15 Maryville 19 St t E h h h h d 1 . 16 Morehead State 18 a e. ac year t e team as s own gra ua lm- 13 Knoxville YMCA 17 provement and this year's team has been no ex- 21 Tampa Stale 0 t- 13 Carson-Newman 19 cep lon' 9 Appalachian State 19 Firsf row: Bob Kerrick, John Boyd, Paul Conklin, Sam Schmarr, Lee Cerovac, John Slaughter, Rex Jackson, Arnold Bower, Denny Conrad, Tom McCunc. Second row: jack Dorn, Forrest McKay, Coach Crowder. 'Z KX. is me 2 QA i- 4 4, A ' at 51 RETURNING LETTERMEN-Charles Hendrix, Larry Reynolds, Bob Kerrick, Larry Poe. NUI pirlzzmfz Bob Dabney, Karl Justice. Go 1 f 1963 RECORD ETSU-lost Wfofford-won Tenn. Wesleyan-won ETSU-lost UT-lost Carson-Newman-won King--Won ETSU-lost Carson-Newman-won King-won Tenn. Wesleyan-lost Appalachian State-lost High Point-won Larry Reynolds takes a "power drive" practice shot. Lf I 1 i 4 A7 As the linksmen move into their third season at Milligan, continued improvement is expected from our six returning Buff-golfers. In their first two seasons as an intercollegiate sport, the Milligan golfers won the Eastern Division Cham- pionship of the VSAC. Last year they placed second in the VSAC tournament. This year, re- turning lettermen include Captain Bob Kerrick, Larry Poe, Bob Dabney, Karl Justice, Charles Hendricks and Larry Reynolds. The fellows and Coach Stahl all hope to regain the VSAC Cham- pionship this year. Last year's team Won 6 and lost 6 over-all-5 wins and I loss in conference competition. Concn Rin' STA:-ir. , - i , , V l i il f p, illll 'KKK' Il' -'1n Ql.-dHl- Sy g THE 1963 VSAC CHAMPS-Randall Barnhart, Danny Sim- mons, Dave Fulks, Larry Johnson, Bill Morison, and Coach Tennis Danny Simmons smashes one across the net. Dave Fulks demonstrates the backhand. 'NT' Thompson. Not 17lCfIll'l'fI'1 Don McConkcy. The 1964 edition of the Milligan Tennis team must do some rebuilding in order to prepare for the defense of their Volunteer State Athletic Conference CVSACJ championship of last year. The team lost its number one and number three men from last year's squad, which completed an undefeated season with a 9-0 record. Returning lettermen include Bill Morison, Danny Simmons, and Dave Fulks. Some promis- ing "B" team members are moving up for a crack at the top six positions-Mike Newman, Bill Bianci, and Bob Dabney. If Doc Thompson's men can come up with adequate replacements in the key positions another fine season can be expected. LAST YEAR'S CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD We THEY S King 1 7 King 2 6 Carson-Newman 3 6 Tenn. Wesleyan 3 6 Emory Sc Henry 3 8 Emory 86 Henry I 9 Lincoln Memorial Univ. 0 S Maryville 4 8 Mars Hill I B7 -it 1, - -1- ,,-x-- -.5 ' tw-1 f , .- - .-, - , -, , ,, 1 , -"" Q -1 B-5. -, L-. w ,,. f . ur v s 'wr abr' 36 'Suv ., -L- ' 1' ,1 -M 31 'gi f-IN ae' S9 i ji- 1 'l1"f?5?i'5' 45. Flrsl rout Larry Patterson, Benny Arnold, Dave Dunavent, Dave Herndon, jay Weitzel, Eugene XVoodby, Wlayne Wfalters. Srromf rozvz Bruce XVunderly, Keith Jones, Al Gcrvin, Steve Frasier, Bill Cornelius, Tim Cox. Ken Robin- 1963 Track Team The 1964 Milligan track team is looking for- ward to another fine season. Once again, our strength seems to be centered in the field events and the distance races. Last year's edition will be supplying many returning lettermen led by captain Cal Ross, who holds the V.S.A.C. shot-put record with a throw of 47.1'. In practice, however, Cal has thrown for a distance of 49.2'. Another returning record-holder is Jay Weitzel who set a new V.S.A.C. record in the 880 yd. dash with a time of 1:58-1. With these returning men and some 88 af. ' A , ,, ,. , ff--w. - l:'f.":f',ls1-'- - 2, A -me-st. - 'f-Ei" son. Third' row: Danny Martin, Dennis Moulder, Bruce Thompson, Andy Lowe, Lee Cerovac, Cal Ross, Gary Nicholson, Coach Walker. promising freshmen and transfer students our 1964 edition should be more experienced and capable of improving upon our third place finish in the V.S.A.C. Last year's results are as follows: We Tr-rev 61 E.T.S.U. 75 101 Lees-McRae 30 46 Cumberland, Kentucky SS 60 E.T.S.U. 71 103 Lees-McRae 33 Emory and Henry 26 6315 Carson-Newman 67 L6 73 Carson-Newman S8 78 Mars Hill S3 , l...,.f-I 1- ' - c N' ig M. Ira: uf- -LQ, 4 . ' B A .. 1. : 1.44 ,- 'ft' Q'-U A V .Jig ' 3m l -W --'Q , ,f N- V 4: V.-3,9 iq, WN. - , .mn ' - -. 95 nk-1 ' 1' xc - '- lgv- .. J 1 A il - r I f l.. . - f. lj nag. nfl .a " , I 'N kill A fe- 4 li kg 'PV J -4 ' -H ,A 'ir f As. Firsl row: Dave Herndon, Eugene Woodby, Charlie Dobson. Srrolza' raw: Billy Judd, Bill Cornelius, jay Weitzcl, Wayne NValters, Mike Miner. 1963 Cross Country flstj Q2ndJ f3rdj Mthj Qlstj f2nclj Urdj Qlstj flsrj C2ndj C3rdJ Qlstj flstj f2ndj C3rdJ C4rl1J qlstj Und, Urdj PSDN3 XM 1 2.1 +wfS,fiLQ.HEee.ZZT'3:M1.17E.1M'5Ti3ZHE'GRQWi 3Kn'W 3 OCTOBER 14, 1963: 3.3 miles Milligan 19 Mars Hill fonly 3 finished racej OCTOBER 19, 1963: 254, niiles Milligan 18 Wingate S9 Lees-McRae 61 Asheville-Biltmore 105 OCTOBER 23, 1963: 3.3 miles Milligan 26 Lees-McRae 54 E.T.S.U. 55 NOVEMBER 5, 1963: 3.3 miles Milligan 24 E.T.S.U. 37 NOVEMBER 9, 1963: QV.S.A.C. Championshipj 3.5 miles Milligan 33 Union University 35 David Lipscomb 66 NOVEMBER 13, 1963: 3.5 miles Milligan 20 E.T.S.U. 43 NOVEMBER 16, 1963: 4 miles QTenn. State USTFF CC Cliampionshipsj University of Tennessee Varsity 18 University of Tennessee Frosh 46 Milligan 72 Tenn. Poly. Inst. 107 NOVEMBER 23, 1963: 3.5 miles fSouthern States Invitational, Cumberland fKy.j 25 Milligan 30 Univ. of Ky. Frosh 81 - 'fe ' -griw-'. .ff " . e f e - .' 45 . sms?-2.s3?9.2S-175l 'y4 f- - 2 , 35g3.iQ5zfgQ1:,QEr if 2, '31 'I ' iE1""i':I aim: wf P' 5' ,f Ji' ix . . I F3 Q r at ,g5?ig41 H ' -- 3 7 - ' I I ,f,:-i':,,,5 'ag 42' ' -sy H F? V .,:1. a:i., I - Q .In ' .bl M , Y? ' if' 'ff' ' 5 fl 3 If ' " 9 i -14 1 , , 5 "lA ' f , jf , A .f.A " ' ' 4 ' ' B Q6 T' F 6 Bib ,434 I ' 'af .a l 3s 5 if 5 s 7 e 5 e 8 IP l' I nuff 'ii lunch' ' lit? ' ,D 'ISI -T, und: . 'llil 3" I t . i - ' l i . ' A ' A 'i 5. f ,ff , 5 1 , 5 A . ,H 1 Q . 46 Q' 1 -1. ' . - , ,i , ' F f -f , 1 is , . f . . Q t ,gg 5 a - f M 5 ' i T ' ' 3 it 5' ' i' ' ' V -2-' es' 1 ' E . 'L' ' ' f ' i' Q., A , il' n. ani- - .f ,,.,g, , - 4. . V . . . , Y f 'far -J-V"',JQf 11-5-sz, 125, ' , - - ' "' . fl" ' ' 3. " -' 'j .. v A l ---A X 'A'-' sg ww"- FA wr: .A -V agfl-U '-A -Q F lbh' x el.: . ik . LV H I... -.1523 ' I , ,fi J I i A . I. ,W .ifdf " ff" -- ' .ff "f'. ' t -4.-+ ."" ' W f' ' Firsf row: Danny Harlileroad, Harold Golding, Lynn Tip- ton, Norma Hodge, Randy Wright, Dixie Dudukovich. Ralph Earnest, john Pickford. Second row: Don Pickford, Baseball This year finds Coach Stout and his baseball boys in the position of improving upon last year's team which was one of the best in the recent history of Milligan College. Last year's team posted an over-all won-lost record of 19-12. In the SMAC We were 5-4, and in the VSAC we were S-3. There will be a number of returning lettermen back from last year and these will form the nucleus of the squad for this year. Fortu- nately, graduation did not hit the baseball team quite as hard as some of the other teams on campus. Leading the list of returning lettermen are Don Garland f.300j, Phil Hansen Q.347j, Don Pickford f.233j, Randy Wright f.3S8j, John Pickford f.293J, Dick Ryan C.320j, Ralph Earnest f.261J. Among the hurlers who'll be returning are Phil Webster, Lynn Tipton, and Lonnie Lowe. Dick Ryan, Buck Bowen, Phil Webster, Gary Meredith, jim O'Dell, Lonnie Lowe, Phil Hansen, Don Garland, Mike Druly, Bill Howe. We THEY 6 St. Andrews S 7 Pembroke 8 7 Pembroke 3 3 St. Andrews 2 2 St. Andrews 3 3 St. Andrews 2 6 Davidson 5 19 U.T. 3 S West. Carolina 9 3 West. Carolina 8 0 Emory 81 Henry 8 S Mars Hill 4 S Mars Hill 4 l LMU 14 2 ETSU 9 S Albion 3 S Albion Z 6 Albion S 6 Lees-McRae 5 Ryan prepares to really swing out. xilfflf nu' ,.i ugg, 'lu X, ALL-CONFERENCE-Dick Ryan, Randy I ' Wright, Phil Hansen, john Pickford. SENIORS-Phil Webster, Don Pickford, Ralph Earnest, Randy Wright, Phil Han- sen, john Pickford, Dixie Dudukovich. lmggp FRESHMAN TEAM-First row: Don Croucher, ,lack Phipps, Mike Malone, Rex Roth, Tom Jeffries. Second row: Bill Hull, Greg Manley, Rick Everroad, Bill Judd, Kermit Wa, ...J I Looney. 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' 'X .5 ' . 'V ,f55':,:ii K H ' N X 1 A-5.5:-:Y v f 0 I I Q, ,A ui, -N ' I, ,gi if '-e'1 l A l.. -Q , ' , ,.,,,.,,.. . ..t ,vw . ' , " x---ff ':,:" ve t Iii f '- s : -:ii ,..,g A fiyfi l ri .1 4-,,.. 4? sf 31' 1 ' A r 1 W '5- Svuted: Pat Harper, Connie Linton, Sally Gray, Carol pont, Mike Combs, Lowell Pemberton Jerry Judd Mike Barker, Becky Human. Sfarmfiug: Gary Nicholson, Ed Pier- Hartung, Glen McFarland Intramural Council The Intramural Council is composed of physi- cal education majors and minors who are inter- ested in the organization and administration of intramurals. Its purpose is to serve the partici- pants so they will have the optimum level of recreation and enjoyment in each sport. Meet- ings are held every other Thursday and plans are made on the ovefseeirig of each sport included in its program. There is both a men's and a women's council which meets in combined sessions. The two presidents are Jerry Judd and Sally Gray with Pat Harper as secretary. Girls' All-Star Team is coached from the side-lines during a rough game. . 5, ws -M 4, M AD- -'F 4 First row: Pat Harper, Becky Human. Second row: Connie Linton, Carol Barker, Sally Gray. ,. ks. First row: Gary Nicholson, Mike Combs, Jerry Judd. Second row: Bucky Bowen, Kermit Looney, Danny Harkle- road, Ron Bowen, "Satch" Roberts, Ed Pierpont. Third row: Lowell Pemberton, Dave Sweeney, Mike Newman, Charlie Dobson, Don Garland, Ralph Earnest. Officials ssociation Officiating is an art. The individual who can develop this art from his basic potentials can be- come a successful official. The official, who through the influence of his presence, causes players to avoid rule violations, has attained the perfect relationship to the game. Because poor officiating detracts so much from the enjoyment of spectators and players, and results in dissatisfaction, efforts to improve the quality of officials are constantly needed. This association was formed to achieve these needs. 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V .- .,e' 1341- Q' ,TT A 5 I rg' Y il .E 0 2 1' - f .' as , "'-. 5. wi Q K Ci-, ext, 9 1 .2 3 1 1- ., 1 sv iff' N N " ,fa - QQ-vs., ' ,n , 1 Fm' W 4 ' 343' , -7., - 5- A W wwf? gf-'55, 42? gve' . 4. ff ,- 4-Q'-f - . - - - x ' ' " ' .' ' ' . N . r - f. ' "- , 1 V - J l. , A ' ..' 14 "' ' ., .X Q W 5 ' W 5 -X . J., V V , . V --Y-'V , . - 1 , . ns... 4- A., V V 'Q . - -, . - h ' ' V. '- . ' -. ' ' . , I .. . , - . 4' -r Q - , , '-' . f 7czmcz 'Mi ,viii ' l mm.. -Q l' A hike up Buffalo Mountain . . . Driving to Watauga on Sunday after noon . . . Running to the SUB for a hungry room mate . . . Q Playing golf on Sutton lawn . . . Tip-toeing down the hill when it's snowed . . . A daily visit to the Post Office . . . First row: Ralph Wheeler, Dr. Henry Webb, Bruce Montgomery. Second raw: Marsha Bailey, Walt Arnold, Jerry Carroll, Jerry Frasure, Lynda Starrett. Senior Officers RALPH XVHEELER .. ...., .. .....Preside11t BRUCE MONTGOMERY ,,,r, ,,rr . Vice-Prcsiden! LYNDA STARRETT ..,.,,,,.. XVALT ARNOLD . . MARSHA BAILEY, JERRY CARROLL JERRY FRASURE , DR. HENRW' XVEBB . .,,, Srfrcfary ., ,L,LL Treasurer SfZll1'C'71f Council .....ClJaplain .. .... Sponsor 96 Class Of 1963 The 1964 Senior Class of Milligan College has been one of the most active classes in Milligarfs history. The class hiked up Buffalo Mountain for a picnic in their Freshman year. In the Sophomore year the Milli-Gras was begun. Christian Emphasis Week originated during the Junior year. The outstanding contribution of the Senior year was the presentation of the Senior play, "Cheaper by the Dozen." The Senior Class has sponsored the campus movies for two years. The special projects have included: glass back- boards for the gym, a new movie projector, and a cinema-scope lens. Through the efforts of the Class of 1964 many worthwhile activities have become the beginning of many Milligan traditions. SONJA ALLIGOOD WALTER ARNOLD KAREN ATI-1A A.B. Social Studies A.B. English B.S. Physical Education W3ShiHSY0H, North Carolina Bowling Green, Kentucky Akron, Ohio Seniors H. C. BAILEY, Jn. A.B. Religion North Augusta, South Carolina MARSHA BAILEY CAROL BAmcEa NANCY BENNETT A.B. Social Studies A.B. History A.B. Social Studies Cincinnati, Ohio Abingdon, Maryland Lancaster, Ohio 97 Ronin BENNETT BILL BIANCHI A.B. English B.S. Physical Education Ligonier, Pennsylvania Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Seniors BOBBY Boon-I B.S. Physical Education Saltville, Virginia JOHN Boorns VICKI Bom A.B. Social Studies A.B. Social Studies Danville, Virginia johnson City, Tennessee LYNN Bonwau. A.B. Mathematics Evergreen Park, Illinois , Y , 1 1 . if 24. 5 Q LARRY BRANDON A.B. Religion Corunna, Indiana 98 X BARBARA BROWN CAROL HENRY BRUCE GARY BRUCE B.S. Business Administration A.B. Religion B.S. Business Administration Afton, Tennessee Milligan College, Tennessee Milligan College, Tennessee Seniors CAROL ANN CHANDLER A.B. English Erwin, Tennessee Liiwis CAMPBELL JERRY CARROLL SAM CASSELL B.S. Physical Education A.B. Mathematics B.S. Physical Education Saltville, Virginia Indianapolis, Indiana Wytheville, Virginia 99 GEORGE CLARK KAY COLLINS A.B. English A.B. Social Studies Beloit, Wisconsin Johnson City, Tennessee Seniors WAYNE COLTER B.S. Mathematics Winston-Salem, North Carolina Iii Q,-v MIKE EVANS CoMBs A.B. History Cincinnati, Ohio Dorms Comm JANE COSTELLO B.S. Business Administration A.B. English, Social Studies Lindsidc, West Virginia Chattanooga, Tennessee v" 100 Team Co'r'roN A.B. Social Studies Louisville, Kentucky PARTHENA CECIL Cnoom A.B. Music Pennington Gap, Virginia JOAN CUNNING1-IAM A.B. Social Studies Wellington, Illinois P1-xYLLxs Cum A.B. Social Studies Lexington, Kentucky JIM CRAWFORD B.S. Business Chattanooga, Tennessee Seniors DONALD DAv!ssoN A.B. Religion Shirley, Indiana NELL DONNELLY RALPH EARNEST A.B. Social Studies B.S. Physical Education Elizabethton, Tennessee Marion, Virginia Seniors DELLA Cox FAHNESTOCK JERRY E. Frmsunn A.B. English A.B. Religion Springfield, Ohio Waynesville, Ohio HAIDE ENSHA B.S. Secretarial Science Tehran, Iran CHARLOTTE ELY A.B. English Pennington Gap, Virginia RON Gaiman A.B. Social Studies Cambridge, Indiana fi! YI? my 102 WALLIS ANN GLODICH SALLY Louisa GRAY JIM GRUBB A.B. Social Studies A.B. Mathematics and Phys. Ed. B.S. Business Administration Harrisburg, Illinois Indianapolis, Indiana Cripple Creek, Virginia CAROLYN HAGGARD A.B. Social Studies Washington Court House, Ohio Seniors DARRELL HIATT GARY HALL PH11. HANSEN A.B. Religion A.B. Religion B.S. Physical Education Lynn, Indiana Hanlontown, Iowa Woodbridge, New Jersey 103 jixmts HARDINC, BILLY RAY HARRELL MARCIA HARMSON A.B. Religion B.S. Physical Education B.S. Mathematics Canton, Ohio Hampton, Tennessee Cincinnati, Ohio Seniors WAYNE HAY A.B. Psychology Columbus, Ohio We Q. Srisve Hnss MYRTLE Hem Lnssnz HENRY B.S. Business Administration A.B. English B.S. Business Administration Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Bethel, Ohio Dry Ridge, Kentucky Nan... 5 .,, 10 4 DAVE HERNDON XVAYNE HERNDON JERRY M HICKS BS Business Administration B.S. Physical Education BS BUSIDCSS Admlmstration Cincinnati Ohio Appalachia, Virginia Hlusvllle Virginia NINA DIANE HUBBARD A.B. Social Studies Booneville, Indiana MooN S114 HWANG B.S. Business Administration Seoul, Korea 105 1 l X F l M. H. "TED" KECELER PAUL KEERAN A.B. Religion A.B. Social Studies Waynesboro, Pennsylvania Elizabethton, Tennessee Seniors ROBERT KERRICK B.S. Mathematics Milldale, Connecticut NOEL Klux A.B. Religion Johnson City, Tennessee X 1 STANLEY LEWIS ANDY LOWE A.B. Chemistry BS. Business Administration Elizabethton, Tennessee Galax, Virginia 106 ' ' ,mghz-:aw ,..f,,:r.g5y:S:s-zggy'-N ' -,if L, .pd-, , XA if W 1l,,3lx..:,A1 , . L 'wrsf"2.: " 5 ' A - 'fi 25 .ol i4"" r A f f A if- ?k1 iQ.'1'lE,?ffQ A -.41 -. M .rv-5 v: ,, . - ,- Miko asf - 1 511-, ,, fx ., A .-gig-gi 3 Q' -iff ' ,Al . 1,5 I .fig-,' f.:-I 145 '.:?:'252'f1:b:J-' . fff- ,. 3 '- :':f-S w ,302 J fix 1 X , ,, aff 'Q A 0 Q5 in x ,,, , , ty gi X i , 5,920 9 Aw 95x S fx ,- .. 3 H EZ. .hh-5E:,Q-9:::,gy, , - . ' ' , ff '1.,1,-g:.QJI'EfQ:'EQQ5-it 'J 255.21 - A Q Sr Tlili ' -1Ei.'1'w.'f:'a:1 107 A 4 SANDY MCBANE KARL MARSHALL A.B. English A.B. Religion Columbiana, Ohio Rural Hall, North Carolina Seniors PATSY MARTIN A.B. Music Martinsville, Virginia JOAN MIKESELL A.B. English New Paris, Ohio BRUCE MONTGOMERY ANITA MURRAY AIB, Music A.B. Social Studies Columbia, Kentucky BTYUI, Ohio BECKY NEFF Joi-IN NEEE BILL NICE A.B. Social Studies B.S. Business Administration BS- Science Phoenix, Arizona Corapolis, Pennsylvania Warerloo, Indiana Seniors A - WIA? 3 LARRY PATTERSON A.B. English Cleveland, Ohio LOUISE PATTERSON LOWELL PEMBERTON Dolus PERKINS A.B. English B.S. Physical Education Brinkley, Arkansas Flora, Illinois Pennington Gap, Virginia 9-N fl 108 i Yi? R iss X JIM Pgnxmg DON PICKFORD JOHN PICKFORD B,S, Buginegs Administration B.S. Physical Education B.S. Business Administration Pennington Gap, Virginia Harrisburg, Illinois Harrisburg, Illinois Seniors Yffjgri KATHY RATLIFF A.B. Social Studies Grundy, Virginia ED Pigiuwoy-r MARGUE PRESLEY PARK RQNGE B.S. Physical Education A.B- EI1gliSi'l A-B- 505131 Studies Indianapolis, Indiana .l0l'1e5b0l'0, TEUHCSSCC Jonesboro, Tennessee 109 fran.. 955 fi' S RIARSI-IA READ MARGIE KAY'E REED JIM RICHARDSON A.B. English A.B. Social Studies A.B. History Danville, Illinois Altoona, Pennsylvania Hillsville, Virginia .-4 .-.xqg - 1 if - ' if, If ' A Seniors I RONALD DAVID ROBERTS A.B. Religion Indianapolis, Indiana 1 ' ' sq-F 5 A A'--, '51' DONNA SAHLI ROBERTS NANCY IRENE Romans CALVIN WAYNE Ross A.B. Social Studies A.B. Social Studies A.B. History Nashville, Tennessee Indianapolis, Indiana Wichita, Kansas H0 JIM SAUNDERS JOAN SCHMARR jAMEs L. Smzms, Jn. A,B, History A.B. Social Studies A.B. Religion Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Milligan College, Tennessee ,J Seniors ALBAN SHUMATE B.S. Business Administration Radford, Virginia ARBETH REITMAYER SIMMONS RUTH ANN SIMS LARRY SIZEMORE A.B. History A.B. Social Studies A-B- Religion Chicago, Illinois Jonestown, Kentucky Cocoa Be2Cl1, Flfifida I'I'I i l I J P v f ' '. ' I fi 3-i a. -L BEC1-LY lNlAR5H STARR A.B. Social Studies Crown Point. Indiana LYNDA STARRETT A.B. Social Studies Whitehall, Ohio Seniors FORREST RUSSELL STEVENS B.S. Physical Education Doraville, Georgia L. JAMES TAYLOR, JR. DICK TEASTER B.S. Business Administration A,B, Social Studies Charlottesville, Virginia Johnggn City, Tennessee K I 112 JIM STEVENS B.S. Secretarial Science Elizabethton, Tennessee In i A Q'-'VX MARGARET I-LARBER TOMLINSON A.B. Social Studies Pennington Gap, Virginia R' asf.. -' LARRY GENE TUCKER TOM VE1GEL WILLIAM REID WARE A.B. Religion A.B. Biology A.B. Religion Tollesboro, Kentucky Columbus, Ohio Bumpass, Virginia Seniors GLENDA WARNER B.S. Physical Education Austin, Indiana Juvr WARNER LINDA WARNER RALPH WHEELER B.S. Science A.B. English A.B. Religion Jonesville, Virginia Pennington Gap, Virginia Zelienople, Pennsylvania 113 Y X wa 5,3 .., 4 A . if H. B. WH-i1'r'r CHRIS VVILLIAMS B.S. Business Administration B.S. Science Radford. Virginia Greeneville. Tennessee Seniors THAD WORRELL B.S. Science Irvine, Kentucky Y 'i..f- g: ' 5.3, .f',1L' PRAN YORK L. C. YOUNG B.S. Physical Education B.S. Science Lynn, Massachusetts Milligan College, Tennessee RANDY' Wmci-rr B.S. Physical Education Marion, Virginia 'II 4 Seniors Sponsor Donkey Basketball 11-2'-1-'54 vm . .iwiirwesizmiv Www isiwfgggff 1' Friendly looking-isn,r he? Dr. XVebb meets his match. Move on-you witch!! UP and Over! 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'K H T3 , ff ,.,,, .f"z , ' f - .-:- A' lm 1 A':!'v fx, ' gt' i: ,,L4,,f41' I 55"-Qi I G2 I 118 ff!! wk if 5, 'Q ' 1 X ft" f W.-' .- ,af-' A1'.?:f"'ff-- ax 4-Q. -av-f- Q ff Yv- 4 Q Xi Dr. Wctzcl, Dave Fulks, I.en Smith, Cliff johnson. Nancy True, Sue Hilbert. Junior Officers CLIFF Joi INsoN LEN SMITH NANQY TRUE, Sun Hirnmar DAVE FULKS BILL EATON Dia. Wia'rzEL CARL Davis Prcsirlmzf ,Virt--l'1'f'siflr'r1l Slzulwzl Cflllllffl Secirlary , ,TVfllSlll't'V Chaplain ,, Sponsor 'I2 0 On entering their Junior year, the class has more responsibility and leadership. The Vice- President of Student Council is from their class and the annual TXVIRP XVeek keeps the Junior Class busy. As a class they place an exhibit for Founder's Day. In the Spring, the juniors prepare steaks for the Seniors for the junior-Senior Steak Fry. They have to keep up their academic point hour to a two-point to become an illustrious Senior. XVe find the juniors busy in preparation for their Senior year and looking forward to graduation. J 1 111 io lSAlumnA Al,I,l N flAIlY Al I :sum MAu'rlm Ilfxlux Dwlmrr lhum u 'Ibm lhuwfxun lM1umuA lhim, f:AIlUl.YN ISI lu. jams. Il:-:ms ,Im limuw lm Il1,AluN,1.v llANIxI' Ihnxvl v l,AnuY llomxmn ClAxuml,vN Ilmnu Mnzlml I. lhmnlunn li'-'l'Ill.I! l'mYAN l7mcn'l'uv nlJI,l,l'i f:AlKOI.YN C,l1,luM f1All0l.YN f:UI.'l'l',Il Hn I. KIOIKNI 1,111-s DUN Dfxum CARI, DAVIS RON ljlilllillll IJILAN Duurnm jun l'IAnNrfs'1' Him. liA'r0N lMxu.vNN licmilw lloNA1,n "Dime" Swnvu S. livunlumnn fJIllillYl, I'lHllliIk lim, l'1.mcMAN Humzn I-lLl!liNOIl KAY Flnv DONNA FUIIIUTIK Dnvm lfumui DAN Gn1,l,Arzux,u S lun.r,:s 121 Juniors DON GARLAND CAROL ANN GREENE GEORGE HADEN JETER HALE PANI HAMPTON DANNH' HARKLEROAD DONNA HAYEN RAY HENRX' GENE HIGGINS SUE HILBERT NORMAN HODGE DENNY HUBBARD BECRY HUIE REBECCA HUBIAN PHYLLIS HURIPI-IREYS BONNIE HUNT JEFF HUTCHINGS DOUGLAS HYER GARY JENKINS LINDA JOHNSON KARL JUSTICE JOSEPH KLIPSCH DAVE KNOWLES MARION KORPI SUZANNE LARTER JUDY MCCLAIN GLEN MCFARLAND ROGER MEYER BARBARA MILI-IORN JAMES R. MILLER, J TERRY MILLER LIDA MURPHY MIKE NEWMAN ANN NEWSOM NORMAN NEWTON Juniors BOB NIEMI LINDA ORR MARSHA PATTON LORETTA PENNINGTON SANDY PIERCE LARRY POE ROD PRICE DAVID PUGH GEORGE Ross JANICE ROWLAND ROBERT S. ROWE MARY LYNN SHEPHEARD LEN SMITH PHILIP SNELI. JOE STAPLETON ROD STURTZ DON SWEENEY BRUCE THOMPSON SHIELA TRESSLER NANCY TRUE ROGER TUNING A. L. VANBODEGRAVEN PAM WALKER WAYNE WALTERS JOY WATTERSON VONDA WATZ JACK WAUGH DONNA WEED JAY WEITZEL DOUG WHITE BRENDA WILLOCKS EUGENE WOODBY W - 3 ,F - ll i. ' 'T -tx J . ' 1 alkfvi P V h". Wally Bain, Tom McCune, John Boyd, Larry Clark, Mrs. Young, Rex Jackson, Nancy McCorkle, Kay Lewis. Sophomore Officers LARRY CLARK ,... ...---.,,.,,Preszdenl JOHN BOYD ,,.,......,..,,,.,,,,,,, ,, ,,,..,, Vice-President KAY LEWIS, REX JACKSON NANCY MCCORKLE ,,,,,,,,,, ToM MCCUNE ......, WALLY BAIN ...... MRS. YOUNG ,,,,.,, Sflldfllf Council ............Secretary ,....-.--Treasurer .,,...Cf'aap1ain - .....,,,.,.w... Sponsor 12 4 The Sophomores have now become upperclass- men and they take new leadership. They also have the opportunity to pester the Freshmen this year during Wakandagi. We find them more ac- tive in clubs and school activities. An exhibit for Founder's Day is placed by the Sophomore Class. In February they sponsor che annual Milli-Gras, which requires much work and cooperation. At the end of the year the Sophomores look forward to their Junior year as they develop scholastically and obtain more leadership. Sophomores TERRY ALBAUGH WALLY BAIN JERRY BARKDOLL MARY BENSCOTER JENNY BOLEJACK JOHN BOYD MARCIA BOWER SAMUEL C. BOWER, JR NANCY BRANDON BRENDA BROWN NANCY BUTLER CHARLES CAMPBELL LEE CEROVAC JEANNE CHAMBERS JERRY CLARK LARRY CLARK PETE CLARK PAUL CONKLIN LYNN CONWAY FRED CORN LORNA CROUCI-I MARY DILLOW ANN DOUEAS MIKE DRULEY JAN ELLIS WAYNE EMERY RITA SUE FARMER FRED FIELDS KEITH FRASURE DICK GANZ AL GERVIN GRETCI-IEN GRAF Sophomores ELIZABETH GRUNDER PHYLLIS HALE NJARTY HANNUM ROBERT A. HAss NADYNE I-L-IYDEN PAT HAYES CI-IERYL HEATON CHARLES HENDRIX CHIP HESSLER CAROL HILL JAN HOWARD ANNE JACKSON REX JACKSON CARL JENKINS JAMES JESSE JIM JOHNSTON MARILYN KLING MIKE LACY PEGGY LINEBAUGH CONNIE LINTQN SHIRLEY LISTON BARBARA LONGABAUGH WILLIAM LOVE NANCY MCCORKLE TOM MCCUNE FORREST McKAY LINDA SUE MARsI-IALL PAULA MAXEY MARLYS MEIJER SANDY MOORE CAROL MORRICAL EVERETT MouNTs JUDITH NIGHBERT 126 135 ffm ' . I fs, A- 21113 A 4 f Q Y 1 Q' Q Sophomores JIM O,DELL BETTY OSBORNE BOBBY OSBORNE BILL PI-IAIR PAT PHILLIPS EARL PICKLESIMER DICK POLLY JIM PRICE PETE PRICE CHQRLA PURCELL DAvIs REED JERRY RICHARDSON JOYCE ROBB RICHARD RYAN KAREN SHAW GARY M. SKIDMORE NANCY SMITH EDDIE SMITI-ISON MAURICE L. STEINER BARBARA STEPHENSON JANET TAYLOR WILSON TERRY POLLY THOMAS BILL THOMPSON MOLLY TINDALL JACKIE TOLLEY JUDY TREADWAY PAT WATTERS s 1 X .. . . A -V v- 35525553555::s:s:5:s:s:5:5,a:2 - -fg3f::L.":R--.,": 5' . aafsszazfzmegsga '- R- f9'kE,I5iz:,.,- si: "-' ' ' 5:5E3E5555E555EsE:E:5 R-:-31515 ,::.::. '-I, 3:535155:g:55::55:s:5:3:- 'Rr2s"5- . '-s:5E:':::a2Zz" . .sz-ms:s:1-srsisrsiisisffi. 'figis ' A- . 'Sii15:sfEsEs25E2E:5a55355: .,:g,::- .. ' T, . Herss:rEr:i:EE:5r1 'f' f ' ':1q:E" NRERESEZIEGEIEA JACK WEBSTER JEAN WRIGHT BRUCE WUNDERLEY DAVID H. YOUNG JIM YOUNG 127 ff' I , ,, 'G' vwv'7g'7'f kv Qf,yw,f4Ww.i,.f,!'i?W " l l R Y ' VA? xl wr--5-11'-1ff'7'77"" 1 , ZX. 'A Zh" -, fy' 'cl' fl .,,,,2'gf' ,..,, r , .V MV ,wr 64... n., F Y.. R f ' ' ...- .wax ff "1 , f , l! - ri ,S 4 ,. mi.: ell! I. Q-ng:-1:11 mem: ,ws wx 12-4 A- 'V-lu ary, vmyl ,nfl mvvfnuw 5 ..,,., i n el -,..,.w .V N195 'af -1 .erwvift yfanzenvrze ,fa ,M 4. an vxzns I ,,.,1 irihii 5 a-'mul ' il ,, 5,34 tau "".i-gg VHEQIPK Wendi!!! ,Jil-an szwrwltfrl page-:vin " " I-1-"ni: Riffs? 1 Q i 1 l r Kay McCalister, Doug Haven, Rex Roth, Margaret Walker, Rick Fulk, Dr. Helsabeck, Les Bain, Ed Springman, Freshman Officers RICK FULK ,,,v,7, m,,,,t,,,,Presiderzt ED SPRINGMAN . .,.,. . . . ,... . osos Vice-Presiflent MARGARET XVALKER, LES BAIN Student Council KAY MCCALISTER 7,,7.,,.,,7, ..., A -,,,.... . , Secretary REX ROTH ,, E...,, ....... T rcasurcr DOUG HAVEN DR. HELSABECK ,,,,.Claaplain .,,.,Sp01lSOY 'I28 The Freshmen spent their first days at Milligan College going through the "experiences" of Wak- andagi. They then found new challenges in their classes and activities. The Freshman class brought contributions to sports, clubs, and Student Coun- cil. They look forward to future responsibility. Fresh GRETA ALDRIDGE CHUCK ANDERSON SANDRA ATWELL LES BAIN DALE BALDWIN CEQILIA JO BARNES SUE BLACK MICHAEL BOULTON JEFF BRANDON VEIXA BRANSCUM JUDY BROWN ROSALITI BURTON PATSY CAMPBELL SHARON CARTER JLRRY CATRON KAREN COE EDDIE COLE PHYLLIS COLLIER TLRESA COMDS TOM CRAIFTON JWARY JO CRITES DONNIE CROUCHER CLINT DANIEL BRENDA GAIL DAVIS STEPHEN DAvISON HlfRB DEARIWOND CHARLIE DOBSON MARILYN DOOLAN FAITH DORR JAYNE EVANS RI-:R EVERROAD DIANNE FERGUSON KAY FISH JUDY FOSTER RICK FULK PETER GLIDE NORIs4A JEAN GREENE DANA GROMENIES JUDY GUION LYNN HANSBURY BARBARA HARNED ROBERT H. HARVEY' PRISCILLA HASI-I DOUG H.AVEN JANET HENNING 129 Frosh LYNNE HILBERT KAY HOLLAND GENE HONEYCUTT DARRY HOOD CAROL HORNING JOANN HOSE BILL HULL SANDRA HUNT CAROL JACKSON SUSAN JACOBY TOM JEFFRIES BILL JUDD DUAINE KARNES DUANE KEERAN LARRY KLONTZ GARY KOERNER DORIS LANDRETI-I ROGER LARSON ANDY LAYNE BILL LEWIS KERMIT H. LOONEY PATSY LOUGI-IRIDGE RANDY LOWRY LINDA MEBANE KAY MCCALISTER ROBERT MCCANN DENNIS MCMAHAN PATRICIA MAGILL NANCY MALEIA GRAVELY MIKE MALONE GREG MANLEY CONNIE MARLER JUDY MAY JOYCE MAYEIELD ROBERT MEERS, JR. HAROLD MILLIGAN MIKE MINER JAN MOON DANA NORTON XVILMA O'DELL CHERYL OTTENBERG KENTON PARKEY JED PIKE FRANK PULLIAM DOTTIE REDDICK 130 Frosh BILL REEVES RITA RENSI DIANE RICHWINE ROGER W. RICK REX RUTH JACK SALE, JR. PAUL SARGEANT ANNA SHARPE JERRY SHEETS TROY SHEETS MAHAUD SHAFFI JOHN SLAUGHTER CHRIS SMITH JOHN E. SCHMARR HUGH SMITH ERLINE SOUTHERLAND EDWARD "ED" SPRINGMAN RITA SPURLING ELLEN STAHL RONNIE STANLEY STEVE STEED NoRMA STEEVER JIM STILLSON LYNNIS STOUGHTON LOREN STUCKERT DIANE TAYLOR STEVE TERRY RICHARD TIETJEN NORMA TONEY MARGARET WALKER KENNETH WALLS MARTHA WARE NANCY WARFIELD JUDY WASHLER KAREN WEBB GLYNN WELLS CHERYL WHITE JUDY WILSON M. KAYE W1LsoN DAVE WOLLETT 131 -'X X b . - - 1 1357. F Z 'I ,ga ?.. J' r,' -U' " . ., iq 915' .. . 'mf'Q'i'1' ,.. 1"?g.'a5"fag 7 ff.- ' 'gr' 1 -ff . .49 ' J , I lx.. I 'bit ' "' gl I 1. f 'C. .4 .LA .. z . Ac I w 74mm Jn, . I ,Mn , 7s'fapecmcla?wzfwze of SUPERIOR HONE CORPORATIGN Erwin, Tennessee Compliments of ELIZABETHTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION E ERWIN INSURANCE AGENCY UNITED STATES FIDELITY 6 GUI-IRI-INTY COMPANY Main at Cray Erwin, Tennessee Now It's P E P S I For Those Who Think Younq Compliments ot DUTCH MAID DRIVE-IN "Home of the Original Pizza" 925 West Market Street New Ionesboro Parkway Iohnson City, Tennessee Phone 926-8533 Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1964 CLINCHFIELD RAILROAD CO. rWir1 Tennessee FOREMOST The Finest In Dairy Products Iohnson City, Tennessee W1- Charmlng S VERSATILE GROUP Such a practical, pretty answer to the small dining area! The space - saving round table is small enough for Continental dining, cards or games . . . yet extends to seat as many as eight. Com- fortable sculptured saddle seats in chairs. A rare value indeed in fine Early American furniture. q06l!6l!dl?fM!3'6!1.S'6!?16k!21Q0b0'A0l7Z6! titr zif :sw-ifffi :::-f I sr srr S I is b gt ,U W., AWMZK' nofbzefizmaiae MWWFWX HANDSUME BUFFET-HUTCH A real showpiece for your dining room, at such a practical price. The original handcraft feeling is retained in the intricately carved edges, the notched pareling motif, the authen- tic brass hardware. Dustproof draw- ers and storage area protect your fmest silver, china and linens. All pieces shown from Empire's Bon- nie Kate Collection . . . in solid hard rock maple with an exclusive scratchh resistant Spice Brown finish. EMPIRE FURNITURE CORPORATION JOHNSON CITY TENNESSEE 'I36 i J e, tilt fvhqi' our areas econo my. it W S S trive As a responsible member of this community, we 2 seek to serve . . . efficiently, progressively and faithfully. In addition to providing our area with one of the lowest electric rates in the nation, we participate ac- Q tively in other areas of community service. ,V We pay our fair share of taxes and tax equiva- . - ,. lents . . . helping to finance the cost of government, AW X V schools, and the many community services We all i enjoy. l ' f We actively aid our community leaders in search ',-.ja sus 551, for more business and industry . . . strengthening '4 -ll 1 i - ' - We serve, and we are proud! We take this op- I 2 1 ' portunity to congratulate our students, and to say -X N ' I 1-,x "we are proud of you, too." 3 . Serving this Progressive Area for more than 18 years! ' ills' ' 51,5 II A llllllllllllllllllllllilllllilllilliIIilIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllfillilllIIllIllIIllIillIllIlilllIIIllIllIIillIlllIllIlllllilllIlillilIlillllIllIllllllllIill!llllllIllIill'llillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll " ' lllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllllllll ll ti wif l I 'Sis' mwllliitiil i Ill I W I i i Ui i ,..lltlililll?llll'A ,yllllll -Zi ' ,!!h,.i ills.. ELIZABETHTON ELECTRIC SYSTEM 137 - - .-.Z 'UNAKA STORES. INC. Compliments ot "We give SGH Green Stamps" RI'I'CI'IIE'S. INC. Elizabethton Tennessee Erwin Tennessee F O L S O M Compliments PRINTING COMPANY Of Serving and Growing with Milligan College and East Tennessee Elizabethton, Tennessee GREG'S PIZZA Holiday Shopping Center lohnson City, Tennessee FRED DAVIS IEWELERS "The Largest Diamond Selection in East Tennessee" 405 Elk Avenue Elizabethton, Tennessee Phone 542-8593 lohnson City's Complete Five Floor Department Store At Home Away From Home HAPPY VALLEY MOTEL 16 Modern Units TV - Electric Heat Air-Conditioned 3 Miles East of Milligan College Phone 542-9926 BECKNER'S. INC. Iewelers for 78 Years Diamonds - Watches - Iewelry 232 Main Street lohnson City Tennessee Compliments ot MARKET STREET DRUG STORE Compliments of D IX I E L A N E S Elizabethton, Tennessee Compliments ot F. W. WOOLWORTH HALE'S DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency Your Prescription Center Elizabethtori, Tennessee Compliments of BUEGIE DRUG STORE "7U Years of Drug Service" GENE AND DENE'S DRIVE-IN WhifmGnElCG1k1d1f1j - Qqfmlity Dfugs OHIY Compliments ot UNICOI LANES DOSSEHS DEPT- STORE spfZZTks2,Z'eAtIEl'2e1fiii,i3'aif'i11'e5.M 228-230 East Main Street Erwin Tennessee I ' lohnson City Tenness ' Compliments of ohnson Ci 's Leadin Fl ris . I Photrfe 926-2411? 0 t Elizabethton, Tennessee THE NETTIE LEE SHOPS Compliments of INCORPORATED ' 240 and 242 East Main St. S Iohnggn City, Tenneggeg EliZCIbGll'1lO1'1, TGDIIGSSSS We wish a happy future tor every student of Milligan IOHN SEVIER HOTEL 6. RESTAURANT VILLAGE OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY Agents for Olivetti-Underwood Electric and Manual T ewriters Calcul t rs and yp . a o Adding Machines lohnson City, Tennessee Congratulations to the Class of 1964 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 6 LOAN THE BOOK SHOP "We Can Supply Any Book in Print" lohn Sevier Building Iohnson City, Tennessee Compliments of LCVELY LAUNDROMAT G DRY CLEANING Milliqon College, Tennessee Cornplimenis of 1' I THE MUSIC MART lohnson City, Tennessee RAYMOND'S Compliments I of " CITIZENS BANK Member F.D.I.C. Elizobethton, Tennessee Compliments of Erlfnlcocgmenwebxz Funmruns coMPANv MILLISIN ROAD JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE Q 140 Compliments ot FORBES MARKET Milliqon College, Tennessee T ln E li if T B El .1-, ' Q 3 Us Htl ill 1 E. C- l 'il .af 5' ,. '11, Y 'Agfa Z X-Q ' f ,-- - .' Q ' 1. fix" ---' 's i'E1?,'1'-:, """ if 5, ' ' C I 5' ' V- ' fi ' - ' : T I " - SLN- Y ,.,..,. ,. fsgezmw- f E 2 fbi, ' gi ' 5' ig' 92' ff OFFICE EQUIPMENT co W .1 -'-A X 4 wir A-KM, f"'?' , , pw ' ,,,.,, N 403 So. Roan St. - Dial 926-4107 .f ' 'H 4 R .gl 1 5 , ,vlgl w 44 2 tar' it 2 ' fghjk l' f I 1 11 91, ta glzzvf 'W' s- 311 2 11 Amdqiif , , jf' Y 'f ,-41' ...r 45 alx 'f'iWf'T"k , .. ,sf - 2jf7fs.s'efs , 'flgi' , Q, 4,,,,:.,:',.LI,. My , ... N , ' f x?F-fs, ffm I6 K . Qiigfijfs t X . .,- Q JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE E , . ,993 'E 1- A""' ZALE'S'i JEWELER5 College ls Americcfs Best Friend 214 Eorst Mcxin Street Phone 926-2533 Iohnson City, Tennessee C A R T E R C O U N T Y B A N K Best Wishes to the Class of 1964 Member F'D'I-C- ARCHER GROCERY G Elizobethton, Tennessee Milliqorn College, Tennessee Compliments of THE DAIRY QUEEN STORES Ot Iohnson City "The Cone With the Curl On Top" 141 Autographs ' Autographs ,.,--e-. I! , I . - .A A just as the year ends, so does the book. 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