Milligan College - Buffalo Yearbook (Elizabethton, TN)
- Class of 1971
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Milligan College Library LD3311.A47M5627 1971 c.2 « Milligan College Buffao 3 1881 0001 1732 1 RESERVE M — nifflM COLlEeE. lENN. 37682 _ When you ' re weary Jeel ' mg smalL jtD ' When tears are in your eyes J will dry them all J ' m on your side. ¥ ' f When times get rough Md friends can ' t be found, jCike a bridge over troubled water 7 will lay me down. i ' •:- ■• x : «f •1 •4 T i Wkm you ' re down and out When you ' re oh the street When evening falls so hard J will comfort you. y take your part. mmmMm ' ' t . - ' When darkness comes Jind pain Is all around Cike a bridge over troubled water J will lay me down, Cike a bridge over troubled water J will lay me down. Sail on silver girl Sail OH by. 10 your time has come to shm Ml your dreams are on their way. - See how they shine 12 Jf you need a friend, J ' m sailiHg right behind. 13 M? ' -- ' if . ' tk -xv« _,_ Okc a bridge over troubled water will ease your mind. jCike a bridge over troubled water will ease your mi fid. Widge Over Zroubkd Water " Paul SimoH 1969 w - .J ' Come to me, all whose work is hard, whose load is heavy; akd J will give you relief, IS end your neeks to my yoke, and learn from me, for J am gentle and humble-hearted . Zhis is my eommand ent love one another, as jhavi loved you, Zhere is no greater love than this, that a man should lay down his life for his friends, ' Carol Z ' mkler, editor Slizabetk Wilkoit, copy editor PEOPLE -100 A n JSaugh 7reda MeAfee LIFE- 18 Deama T)aum an Aubrey Kathy Polenek 16 ADVERTISING - 188 Chuck Milbom DEDICATION -200 ORGANIZATIONS - 156 Marbara Kames Pattl ' Derrickson, art Mill Meek, photography Zlm Mess, photography 17 :m :iit. M m cm ¥: dreshman Week Zalent, fm 20 J, A V ip . .0 r «i 21 Slop . m - th. 22 A d finally . Acceptance 23 - I . ir - ijAHiaP jCabor Day — Milligti Style Due to the early starting date of fall semester, Milligan students and facul- ty celebrated this autumn holiday with a picnic supper, sports and games. 15 KoH McCready M Zmitt Marty 9lym Marie Qarrctt Steve Kmwles 26 W t0 ' s Who Mark Cameron flohn Kohrbaugk These ten seniors who have served Milligan in various leadership positions during their college career were honored early in the fall by their election to " Who ' s " Who in American Colleges and Universities. " Carol Z ' mkler Sandi Christian Sharon Hamilton Maurice MlHSOU Concert The Lecture Con- cert series brought pianist Maurice Hinson to our campus this fall. 28 Hosh White Si figs Another performance in the concert series was the Josh White, Jr. concert in October. The program featured the music and wit of the songwriter-per- former. KF, .s?3W. ' ._ 29 30 Christian Emphasis Week The Exkursions, a Pittsburg rock group, highlighted the au- tumn week of spiritual Emphasis. 31 31 spoon Kiver Production Edgar Lee Masters ' Spoon River An- thology was presented in Seegar Audi- torium October 15 and 16, 1970, by the Area of Speech and Theatre. The cast included Mike Griffin, Lee Mea- dor, Dennis Wyatt, Theresa Hays, Dain Samples, Carol Shelton, Tom Swallen, Sherrie Cheeseman and Tom Hardin, under the Direction of Mrs. Parris. WaM(fflU£GE.IENN. 37682 33 j -.r iv;;- " 34 , a ) Malloween Party A foggy, eerie night and a house full of gob- lins and monsters was the scene for the Hal- loween Party sponsored by Student Council. % mk In the first cross-country meet of the year against Steed on Tuesday, September 22, Milligan took the first six places to win by a score of 15-49. With two returning members Tom Manus, and Rick Mcln- terf the cross-country squad continued to hold suc- cessful meets during the remaining season. 36 nunmmsKs wjai mszMssz 37 38 ' J ' :Tr i " Ome Upon Mifftress ' As part of the Founder ' s Day activities the Concert Choir presented the musical comedy, " Once Upon A Mattress. " The Mary Rodgers-Marshall Barer spoof on " The Princess and the Pea " fairy tale was directed by Mr. Sherwyn Bachman and Rocky Laha. 39 Diam Comison — S.J .S X Candidate Wendy Manselman — Circle K Candidate Karrie Kimpton — Psychology Club Candidate Marty Kamsey — Pre-M Club Candidate 40 Ma fi lynn — ChristiaH Service Club Cinda Hayden — Buffalo Ramblers Sandl Christian — Service Seekers 41 flan Mchtyre — Alpha Psi Omega Candidate Carol PattoH — Clvmette Candidate Pat Khinehart — A. P.O. Candidate 42 Suzanne Swango — Phi St a Zau Candidate Kay Menry — M-Club Candidate Catol Zinkkt — freshman Class Candidate ' founder ' s ' Daughter Candidates Parents of Milligan Students and Alumni joined the student body in the Annual Founder ' s Day festivities at Thanksgiving. The occassion cul- minated in the selection of the 1970- 71 Founder ' s Daughter. Miss Wendy Hanselman, a senior from Cincinnati Ohio was chosen by the students as Founder ' s Daughter. jCi tda Pierce — Concert Choir 43 44 Wemit Mattselman founder ' s ' Daughter 1971 45 West Virginia Percussion 46 Preservation Mall flazz Band Preservation Hall, 726 St. Peter Street in the New Orleans French Quarter is the home of the Preserva- tion Hall Jazz Band. On Tuesday, November 17 the five man ensemble paid a visit to Seegar Chapel for a concert Series presenta- tion. The group performed authentic jazz numbers in the rhythmic style of The Dixieland era. 47 48 m The time for car washes, retreats, and outdoor life, departs and . . . 49 V i m " • ' " ' Slls I 50 . . . winter Arrives The cold beauty of snow-covered hills parallels the warm spirit of Christmas giving. For a sea- son, amid final exams, students find time and thought for others. 51 52 iM(uiri0a T)lmer For eight evenings in December the dining hall of Sutton was transformed into an Elizabethan Court for the presenta- tion of Milligan ' s fourth annual Madrigal Dinners. The Chamber Singers, under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwyn Bachman, presented a program of traditional car- ols preceded by a courtly feast. Over three thousand stu- dents and area residents attended this year ' s dinners. ' i. ' 53 rf»n Zhls Js Muffalo Zerritory! 54 ,y Even though the season was not a winning one our basket- ball team never lost their spirit and drive. The many close scores reveal the great effort put out by all the members. Many new faces were added to the team this year to give the needed height. With this developing talent, next year can be optomistically anticipated. 55 Milligan honored its greatest bas- ketball player Toonie Cash at the last game of his college career. The now famous " 30 " was retired as a tribute to Toonie. His talents will be missed but his records will be hard to beat. 56 Zoonie Cash ' Day 57 Zhe rmfi Zeam " Champions " Front Row L. to R. — Jon Smith, Alan Aubrey, Sus- anne Swango, Sharon Hoffman, Marty Flynn, Laura Caley. Back Row L. to R. — Jamie Gregory, Dale Clayton, Ernie Hertzog, Dennie Denniston, Mark Webb, Dan Hornung, Mike Mutterspaugh, Jim Barnes. Zhe Mlack Zeam Humers-Up First Row L. to R. — Rick Mclnturf, Clara Mills, A. C. Thomason, Shirley Stuart. Second Row L. to R. — Dale Barcus, Denise Hughes, Cindy Davis. Third Row L. to R. — Brant Neal, Steve Barnett, Bob Truit, Mike Gearheart, Carol Fatten. 58 • ' » ■ ■ ' Kestkss? Mtiybe Jutm- mumls Js the Answer When the pressures of academic work pile up, many stu- dents release their tensions by participating in the Intra- Mural athletic program at Milligan. Think of a sport and it is probably played sometime during the year. This second year of the program proved to be very successful with more students actively backing their team. The brown and black teams came out on top to win the overall championship. 59 60 k:N: gH i f t ' iwi Our Choir at the Capitol The hardest working group at MilHgan is without a doubt the Concert Choir. As a result of their successful summer tour, they received an invitation to sing at the President ' s Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D. C. Some of the well- known men who are expressing their congratulations are Billy Graham, Senator William Brock and Representative Jimmy Quillen. 61 Sweetheart Manquet A formal banquet was held during Valentine ' s week for students to view their class sweethearts. Dr. Lawson added to the festivities by reading sev- eral comical poems on love, and by acting as emcee. JmkmaH Class Candidates Miss Norma Sue Ingram Mr. Dave Sublett Miss Sharon Jones Mr. Dave Chupa Miss Tempa Lawson Mr. Gene McCarry Sophomore Class Candidates Miss Donna Loving Mr. Denny Denniston Miss Sally Schield Mr. Rocky Laha Miss Beth Watrwood Mr. Mark Webb 62 ffumor Class Candidates Miss Bonnie Crawford Mr. Dave Clark Miss DeAnna Daum Mr. Steve Barnett Miss Cindy Davis Mr. Bob Truitt Senior Class Candidates Miss Carol Patton Mr. Mike Gearhart Miss Marty Ramsey Mr. Bill Gates Miss Pat Rhinehart Mr. Ed Barker Class Sweethearts 63 64 Jreskman Class Beauty M ss Sally Schield Sophomore Class Beauty 65 66 junior Class Beauty yW 55 Pat Kklnekart Senior Class beauty 67 Zhe World Kemwn . . . JmpressioHS 68 In Spring Action K 70 " " 71 72 Clifton J$ the Star of Zrack at Mllll d ' •- t:; .M A ■ 73 Vmms Myone? " WIN " — just did not seem to be the right word for the tennis team as a whole, but Bill Vanderwhal ended the season with a tremendous record and a trophy for Most Valuable Player. 74 i : ' U 75 TW| K ' SiS! Snj WSSSSWSSB :- sa-Ti ' ' ?!? ' 76 77 78 Wonderful Wednesday = J, Cure for Spring Jever? 79 Sight One Km Cosses Shows l ad Break for Buffs 80 Spring M affs baseball The Buffs practiced hard and played hard but couldn ' t stop eight teanjs from getting one extra run. Each of the eight games were lost in the last half of the game. ' w« .T -. .... U V 81 Individual accomplishments were made by Mike Mutterspaugh for fielding, Gale Cox for pitch- ing, and Bruce Kregloe for hitting. Gale also is placed sixteenth in the nation for pitching and Bruce leads the USAC and District 24, NAIA, for hitting. Ik 82 83 To say that the baseball team tried hard would be an understatement. The word athlete is hard to define, but the athletes on the baseball squad put forth every- thing they had and came out of the season a great team. 84 Kregloe Ceads US C ga ' m With attmg Average — ,516 " 85 y :-5r. Steak 9ry ? ■ 86 I (imitwpyi, i in i m ' t i J||mMy, ' i ' ,, n iii L[uii | |pi i iit| iw fwwig ■ ' ?= , " - awawpc. An event much appreciated by the seniors is the Junior-Senior Steak Fry. The Juniors worked long and hard to organize this year ' s fry at Steele ' s Creek, Everyone had a great time once they found the place. 87 88 -c». I o i i acob J lles John Jacob Niles, world famous bal- ladeer and collector of folk songs, en- tertained the Milligan family and cit- izens of Johnson City with his wit and songs. Following the concert the Milligan faculty wives served desserts and birthday cake to the Senior class and Mr. Niles upon the occasion of his 79th birthday. 89 Women ' s Zemls Zmm Sfcperiemc a Winning Season With a 7-4-1 Kecord Four freshmen added to the strength of the women ' s tennis team this year. Hard practice and good coaching made the girls a team that worked together for a winning season. Fresh- man Glenna Orsborn led the team with an individual record of 8 and 4. Glenna and Kathy Polenek led the doubles teams with a 9 and 3 record. f 90 J 91 Saturday, time became crowd- ed together with activities. Rehearsals are something that one must endure and a sense of humor makes it more tolerable. After finding out what would be required, the seniors hurried to get ready for the banquet that night. Entertainment was provided by the concert choir and much enjoyed. Then Bill Oates announced the senior class ' s gift to the school which will be equipment for the science building. ,4GSr 92 gf, ' ■ Seniors and Parents banquet 1 a Mtm k. . Ljl::: 93 baccalaureate ' W 94 QrouHd ' JireakiHg for the Steve jCaey Tield Mouse 95 96 Am J Keally Qtaduat ' mg ' t m y 97 CommeHcement 98 The day once dreamed about and long awaited finally arrived. Is it possible or true everyone asked. Even the sun shone after a rainy weekend as the long procession started up the hill with the seniors leading. After the message by Mr. Joseph Lawson, Dr. Wetzel pre- sented the candidates for degrees. Parents, faculty and friends proud- ly watched 139 seniors receive their diplomas; needless to say the seniors were rather relieved. fcJAaf • S ' PSOPjCS •» l t .. ggg iiMkk m te«. ■HH. ■ Jj " ■ " " i K ' K Ir Vh j jl 1 H 1 102 President of the College As President of the College, Dr. Johnson is concerned with Milli- gan ' s development in three areas: spiritual, academic, and social. Milligan is trying to evidence an element of a deep commitment to Christ. Dr. Johnson feels that our lives should be the evidence of this commitment. " The quality of thought, word, and deed should be con- clusive evidence of a Christian life. " " If we are committed Christians, the academic quality ought to be the highest possible. " Dr. Johnson realizes that this would be an ideal situation, but it is that for which we must strive. " People committed to this high quest of learning, committed to the point of being dedicated and diligent " in sharing the responsibility of this quest are the kind of people Milligan should attract. Faculty and students must establish a good " rapport, " and work together as friends. Milligan tries to provide a " full, rich, and satisfying life " for the members of its family. Dr. Johnson feels that we must establish a " fel- lowship " which gives a " sense of sharing lives in a mutual adventure of Christian learning in a liberal arts context. " " Milligan is small, not in accomplishment or fulfillment, but in numbers. " Therefore we should be able to come close to the ideal in fulfillment in " our relationships with each other, with society, and with our God. " i. 103 CHARLES ROBERT WETZEL Dean of the College B.A., Midwest Christian Col- lege; M.S., Fort Hays Kansas State College; Ph. D., Univer- sity of Nebraska; Central State College; Milligan College; In- stitute for Philosophical Studies. M l is GUY OAKES Director of Alumni Affairs B.S., East Tennessee State College; M.S., University of Tennessee; Uni- versity of Southern California. DEAN EVEREST WALKER Chancellor B.A., Tri-State College; M.A., and B.D., Butler University; D.D., Mil- ligan College; Bethany College; Ohio University; University of Chi- cago; University of Edinburgh; S.T.D,, Kentucky; Christian Col- lege; Litt. D., Tri-State College. DUARD B. WALKER Dean of Men B.S. and B.A. in Physical Education, Milligan College; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University; Uni- versity of Tennessee. 104 tratioH E. LEROY LAWSON Administrative Assistant to the President Assistant Professor of English B.A. Theology, North West Christian College; A.B., Cas- cade College; M.AT., Reed College; Ph. D., Vanderbilt University, B. J. MOORE Business Manager B.S., East Tennessee State University. MARY PERRY YOUNG Dean of Women A.B., Milligan College; M.R.E., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. PHYLLIS DAMPIER FONTAINE Registrar B.S., East Tennessee State University, Milligan College. 105 ROBERT LISTON Professor of Humanities B.A., Davidson College; B.D. and Th.M., University Theological Semi- nary; Ph.D., Edenburgh University. IRA REED Associate Professor of History B.A., Milligan College; M.A., Emory University. Ph.D., Humane JU ANITA JONES Assistant Professor of English B.A., Milligan College; M.A., Univer- sity of Tennessee; East Tennessee State University; University of Chica- go- 106 CAROLYN NIPPER Assistant Professor of English B.A., Milligan College; M.A., Univer- sity of Tennessee; University of Ken- tucky. of Studies LOIS HALE Professor of English B.A., Milligan College; M.A., M.A., Duke University; Western Reserve University; University of Chicago. ANNA MAE CROWDER Assistant Professor of English A.B., B.M., Oklahoma College for Women; M.A., East Tennessee State University; University of Arkansas; University of California; Christiansen Choral School (Chicago); Columbia University. MARQUERITE PARRIS Associate Professor of English and Speech B.F.A., M.Ed., University of Georgia; Georgia State College for Women; University of Tennessee. DOROTHY BRYANT Instructor of English A.B., Milligan College; M.A., East Tennessee State University. 107 HAROLD SHERWYN BACHMAN Assistant Professor of Music and Director of the Choirs. B.A., Goshen College; M.M., Indiana University. JEANETTE E. CROSSWHITE Assistant Professor of Music B.M.E., Longwood College; B.C.M. and M.C.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. JOHN DOWD Assistant Professor of Music B.M., M.M., New England Conservatory of Music; Boston University; University of Tampa; University of West Virginia. 108 RACHEL BENNETT BACHMAN Instructor in Music B.M., Shorter College; M.M., Indiana University. CHARLES NAKARI Assistant Professor of Music B.A., Butler University; M.M., University of North Carolina. Bulta University; DOROTHY S. WILSON Associate Professor of Art and English B.S. and M.S., George Peabody College. 109 EARL STUCKENBRUCK Associate Professor of German B.A., University of Kansas; Butler University. B.D., WANDA LEE HAMPTON Instructor of Latin B.A., M.A., Butler University; versity of Boston. Uni- ARNO F. ROESEL Lecturer Eng.D., University of Berlin ny). (Ge 110 JORGE A ALCADE Assistant Professor of Spanish B.A., Ph.D., D.C.L., University of Havana, Cuba. ROBERT LINDEMAN Assistant Professor of Psychology B.A., Midwest Christian College; M.S., Fort Hays State College; Ed.D., Oklahoma State University. ORVEL C. CROWDER Associate Professor of Psychology and Bible B.A., Hiram College; M.A., Cincinna- ti Bible Seminary; Th.B., Harvard D.D., Atlanta Christian College. LESLIE PATTON Lecturer m Psychology B.S., Georgia Tech; M.S., Emory Uni- versity; Ph.D., Columbia University WILLIAM MERVIN MOORHOUSE Assistant Professor of Speech B.Th. Minnesota Bible College; B.D., Christian Theological Seminary; But- ler University; University of Minneso- 111 JAMES L. SHIELDS Associate Professor of Education B.Sc. in Ed., University of Southern California; B.A., M.A., Pacific Christian College; M.A., Long Beach State College; Ed.D., University of Tennessee. Afea Professional CO-CHAIRMAN PAUL A. CLARK Professor of Education and Director of Teacher Education B.A., Harding College; M.A., East Tennessee State University; Ed.D., University of Kentucky. ALLIE LOU FELTON GILBREATH Professor of Education B.S., Florida State; M.A., University of Iowa; Univer- sity of Chicago; East Tennessee State University; Litt. D. Steed College of Technology. JOHN L. MORRISON Associate Professor of Education B.Th., San Jose Bible College; A.B., M.A., San Jose State College; Ph.D., Stanford University. EUEL J. OWNBY Associate Professor of Education B.A., Carson-Newman College; M.A., George Pea- body College; University of Tennessee. 112 of Studies PHILLIP A. WORRELL Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education B.S., Milligan College; M.S., Indiana State. ROWENA BOWERS Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education B.S., M.A., East Tennessee State College. PATRICIA JANE BONNER Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education B.A., Milligan College; M.E., University of Arizona; San Fernando State College; FuUerton State College; Pepperdine College; University of Colorado; Univer- sity of California at Los Angeles. . " 5 i ' :.; iii E ' 1 , .,»,« ..,.» ' iLrX r i 1 1 B. HAROLD STOUT Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education B.S., East Tennessee State University; M.S., Universi- ty of Tennessee. DUARD B. WALKER Professor Health and Physical Education B.S., B.S. in Physical Education, Milligan College; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University of Ten- nessee. 113 CO-CHAIRMAN EUGENE P. PRICE Professor of Business Administration B.A., and M.A., Duke University; Harvard University. SAMUEL THOMPSON Professor of Economia B.A., Lincoln Memorial University; M.A., and Ph.D., University of North Carolina; L.L.B., Emory Uni- versity; MiUigan College; East Ten- nessee State University. HOWARD LAMON Assistant Profess or of Busi- ness Administration B.S., Tennessee Wesleyan College; M.B.A., Universi- ty of Tennessee. i i 114 HAZEL TURBEVILLE Professor of Secretarial Sciences B.A., Western State Teachers College; M.A., University of Kentucky Bowling Green Busi- ness University; Ed.S., George Peabody Col- lege. ROY HAMPTON Assistant Professor of Mathematics B.A., Milligan College; M.S., University of Pittsburgh; University of Tennessee; East Tennessee State University; Johns Hopkins University. GUY R. MAULDIN Assistant Professor of Mathematia B.A., M.S., Mississippi State University; Uni- versity of Texas; University of Kentucky. jsiiSra iKs ipa YOON KUN BYUNN Assistant Professor of Mathematia B.A., King College; M.A., University of North Carolina. 115 EDDIE D. LEACH Assistant Professor of Biology B.A., M.A., Baylor University; Ph.D., ' A M University. GARY WALLACE Assistant Professor of Biology B.S., Austin Peay State College; M.S., University of Tennessee; Ph.D., Universi- ty of Tennessee. ROBERT EWBANK Assistant Professor of Biology Milligan College; D.D.S., Northwestern University; East Carolina University. 116 CHARLES E. GEE Assistant Professor of Biology and Education B.S., University of Wisconsin; M.S., Oklahoma State University; Ph.D., Michigan State University. CHAIRMAN LONE L. SISK Professor of Chemistry B.S., Carson-Newman College; B.S., East Tennessee State College; M.A., George Pea- body College; University of Tennessee; Van- derbilt University. RICHARD LURA Assistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., University of Wisconsin; State University. Ph.D., Iowa EUGENE NIX Assistant Professor of Chemistry B.S., in Ed., M.S., in Ed., University of Geor- gia; Fort Hays Kansas State College. LEE ROY HERNDON Professor of Chemistry B.A., Maryville College; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University; University of Chicago. 117 CHAIRMAN HENRY E. WEBB Professor of Biile B.A., Cincinnati Bible Seminary; Ph.B., Xavier University; B.D., TJi.D., Southern Baptist Seminary; Butler University. MARY JANE CABUS Instructor of Christian Edu- cation B.S., Northwest State Col- lege; M.S., Butler Univer- sity; University of Minne- sota; Milligan College. CHAIRMAN OF HUMANE STUDIES WILLIAM C. GWALTNEY, JR. Associate Professor of Bible Th.B., Cincinnati Bible Seminary; B.A., Wilming- ton College; Ph.D., He- brew Union College; Uni- versity of Cincinnati. ROBERT B. HALL Assistant Professor of Sociology B.A., Cincinnati Bible Seminary; Southern Bap- tist Theological Seminary; B.D., M.A., Butler University; Vanderbilt University. 118 WEN-YEN TSAO Professor of Far Eastern Studies L.B., National Central Universi ty (China); Melbourne University; J.S.D., University of California at Berkeley. RICHARD PHILLIPS Associate Professor of Bible B.A., Th.M., Lincoln Chris- tian College; B.D., M.A., But- ler University; Ph.D., Vander- bilt University. BEAUFORD H. BRYANT Professor of Religion B.A., Johnson Bible Col- lege; M.A., B.D., Phillips University, M.Th., Prince- ton Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Edin- burg; University of Chica- go; Harvard; Marburg; Tubingen; Oxford. T ry = hJ HOWARD A. HAYES Professor of Bible B.A., Milligan College; B.D., School of Religion, Butler University; M.A., Butler University; S.T.M., Vanderbilt University. FRED NORRIS Assistant Professor of Bible A.B., Milligan College; B.D., and Th.M., Phillips University; M.Phil., and Ph.D. Yale University. ACTING CHAIRMAN IVOR JONES Professor of History A.B., Milligan College; M.A., University of Tennessee; Columbia Universi ty; George Peabody College; Duke University; Oxford University. CHAIRMAN — On Sabbatical ROBERT O. FIFE Professor of History B.A., Johnson Bible College; B.D., Butler Uni- versity; Ph.D., Indiana University; University of Glasgow. 119 TOM STOKES Manager of the Student Union He helps keep Milligan students sup- plied with the necessities of life and lots of good conversation and food. W ) DENNIS HELSABECK Associate Professor of Counseling and Di- rector of Guidance B.A., Johnson Bible College; M.A., University of Michigan; B.D., Butler University; Ph.D., University of Wis- consin; Ball State University; College of the Bible. DON GREENE Cafeteria Production Manager He makes the food he has to work with as palatable as possible. 120 BEAUFORD DEATON Director of Student Enlistment Milligan ' s own musical recruitment officer. DON JEANES Director of Financial Aid The only man on campus who will tell you to your face, " You have no assets. " Directors and M m ers OPAL LEWIS School Nurse L.P.N. .Johnson City Vocational School. Big closes of T.L.C are her specialty. STANLEY NEWTON Library Assistant His enjoyment of the spice of life would brighten up any library. JOHN NETH Director of the P.H. Welshimer Library He keeps the library quiet for some of our serious moments of intellectual endeavor. 121 GARY J. ALBER Johnson City, Tenn. B.S., Business Adm. SANDRA MONTGOMERY AYERS Casa Grande, Ariz. A.B., Psychology EARL MICHAEL BELL Picua, Ohio B.S., Business Adm. BOWEN, JESSE GRAY III Winston Salem, N. C. B.S., Business Adm. CHARLIE AIDERMAN Mount Dora, Fla. A.B., History GERALD GENE BALSER Bethel, Ohio B.S., Business Adm. JOHN WILLIAM BOSTON, JR. Unionville, Va. A.B., History JESS ASHCRAFT Mt. Vernon, Ohio B.S.. Mathematics RALPH EDWARD BARKER Bristol, Tenn. B.S., Business Adm. MARY GLENN BOSTON New Bern, N. C. B.S., Sec. Sci. ROBERT LEE BOWER Mill Hall, Pa. B.S., Business Adm. MICHAEL JAY BOYD Lakeland, Fla. A.B., Religion 122 JAMES RONALD BROWN Chuckey, Tenn. A.B., History MARY LOU BUTCHER Phoenix, Ariz. A.B., Religious EJ. CAROL L. BUTTER Evans City, Pa. B.S., Health and Phyf. Ed. MARK ANDREW CAMERON Lander, Wyoming A.B., Bible J. STEVEN BRYSON Salem, Mo. B.S., Health and Phys. Ed. PATSY LYNNE BUTLER Portland, Oregon A.B., History JIM W. BYERLY Plainfield, Ind. A.B.. Bible Seniors SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: James Gregory, V. President; Kay Sedwick, Secretary; Bill Oates, President; Linda Pierce, Treasurer; Bill Heck, Chap- lain. RICHARD ALLEN CASSIDAY Kennard, Ind. B.S., Mathematia 123 SANDRA G. CHRISTIAN Decatur, Ga. A.B.. History GAYLE SEVIER COX, JR. Johnson City, Tenn. A.B., Chemistry LARRY D, CRANE Livonia, Indiana A.B.. Eihli WILLIAM EDMOND CHURCH Elizabethton, Tenn. B.5., Health and Phys. fj. DONNA CROSS Hammond, Indiana BS.. Health and Phys. Ed. DAVID HAMILTON CLARK Stamping Ground, Ky. A.B., Health and Phys. Ed. WILLIAM P. COX, JR. Jonesville, Va. B.S., Mathematics PATRICIA ANN DALES Grundy, Va. A.B., Psychology JERRY NORRIS DALTON Red Oak, Va. B.S., Business Adm. LINDA LOUISE DAVIS Pittsburgh, Pa. A.B., Psychology MICHAEL L. DAVIS Columbus, Ind. A.B., Bible 124 PAMELA SUSAN DAVIS Martinsville, Va. A.B.. Psychology ERIC JONATHAN ELUS Danon, Ohio A.B., History MARTHA REBECCA FLYNN AsheviUe, N. C. A. CARMEN SUAFLEZ del VILLAR Columbus, Ohio B.S.. Chemistry SHARON REBECCA ESTEP Cocoa, Fla. B.S., Psychology SANDRA L. FORD Los Angeles, Calif. A.B.. Histor, TERRY DEAN DUBOISE Winslow, Ariz. B.S., Health and Phys. Ed. BARBI FISHBACK Toronto, Canada B.S., Psychology MICHAEL LEE FRANCE Catlin, 111. B.S.. Business Adm. H. LEWIS GABEHART Leitchfield, Ky. A.B., Psychology STEVE C. GARLING Swannanoa, N. C. A.B., Bible MARIE ANTOINETTE GARRETT Knoxville, Tcnn. A.B., English 125 JAMES GORDON GREGORY Hopedale, Ohio A.B., Chemistry SHARON GRAY HAMILTON Felicity, Ohio A.B., English LINDA KAY HAYDEN Cincinnati, Ohio A.B., English PHILLIP JAN GRESHAM Salem, Ind. A.B., Mathematia WANDA KAYE HANSELMAN Cincinnati, Ohio A.B., English BILL HECK Greentown, Ind. A.B., BihU DONALD ARTHUR HETTINGER BernviUe, Pa. B.S., Health and Phys. Ed. THOMAS MICHAEL HICOK Succasunna, N. J. B.S., Psychology SANDRA FAYE HAGA Roanoke, Va. B.S.I Psychology ANDREW M. HASS Brooklyn, N. Y. B.S., Business Adm. LAURA KAY HENRY Johnson City, Tenn. B.S., Sec. Sci. CARMEN D. HULL Milligan College, Tenn. 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KUSTANBAUTER Bellefonte, Pennsylvania 144 JV Sii|„,. j H ISM is lB H 1 1 ■■Rrl %4 1 ■-M FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Sue Ragsdale, Treasurer; Charma Dunlap, Chaplain; Jim Crom, V. President; Wesley Starkey, President. Zoonie Cash CHRIS LACY 1 Lexington, Kentucky KAREN KAY LAFFOON Ridgeway, Virginia ROCKY LAHA 2 Elizabethtown, Kentucky CRISS LAMONCHA 2 Columbiana, Ohio SUSAN LARGEN 3 Hillsville, Virginia JEFF LAUGHTON 2 Clay City, Illinois DENNIS W. LAWS 2 Elizabethton, Tennessee JERRY WAYNE LAWSON 1 Ridgeway, Virginia TEMPA LAWSON 1 Loyall, Kentucky JIM W. LEE 1 Columbus, Ohio MARK LEE 1 Indianapolis, Indiana PEGGY ANNE LEE 1 Canton, Ohio 145 DEBBIE LEIGH 2 Ft. Myers, Florida DONALD CHARLES LEWIS 1 Speedway, Indiana KEITH E. LISLE 1 Cadiz, Ohio THOMAS E. LIVERETT 2 Indianapolis, Indiana RUSSELL LEE LOVE 2 Elizabethton, Tennessee DONNA LOVING 2 Briston, Tennessee MERRILLEE LUFT 3 Spokane, Washington MARK S. 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STARKEY 1 Copper Hill, Virginia PAMELA STEPHENS 1 Cincinnati, Ohio THOMAS DAVID STEWARD Delmar, Delaware ELIZABETH ANN STEWART Erwin, Tennessee GARY STEWART 3 Briston, Virginia KATHIE JO STEWART 1 Elizabethton, Tennessee SARAH E. STINSON 1 Orlando, Florida SUSIE STONE 3 Big Stone Gap, Virginia GREGORY ALLEN STOUT 3 Cedar Lake, Indiana LORRIE STRONG 1 Anaheim, California SHIRLEY E. STUART 3 Elizabethtown, Kentucky DARLA SWEITZER 3 Lock Haven, Pennsylvania LINWOOD TABB 1 Norfolk, Virginia DARRELL TATE 3 Appalachia, Virginia KRIKOR TATOYAN 2 Beirut, Lebanon ANNE TAYLOR 3 Johnson City, Tennessee JUDY TAYLOR 1 Johnson City, Tennessee iM ss Around 151 MYRA DENISE TAYLOR 2 Newport, Tennessee BRIAN T. TEEPLE 3 Fort Wayne, Indiana JERRY TEETER 3 Portland, Oregon DENNIS THOMAS 3 Portland, Oregon A. C. THOMASON 3 Elizabethtown, Kentucky CRAIG ARTHUR THOMPSON Grinnell, Iowa LISA TOWNSEND 2 Calhoun, Kentucky PRISCILLA JEAN TURPEN 1 Indianapolis, Indiana DAVE TURPIN 3 Radford, Virginia JACKIE ULM 2 Clearwater, Florida DEBBIE VANBRIGGLE Frankton, Indiana BILL VERMILLION 1 Gate City, Virginia Concert Choir Sings for Prayer CINDY WALKER 3 Milligan College, Tennessee CYNTHIA WALKER 1 Mountain City, Tennessee JANET WALKER 1 East Point, Georgia JOAN WALKER 1 East Point, Georgia ROBERT L. WALKER 3 Mill Hall, Pennsylvania TERESA GAIL WALKER 1 Milligan College, Tennessee MIKE WASHKO 3 Hopewell, New Jersey ANN M. WASHLER 1 Butler, Indiana ■ MARK ALLEN WASSON Union City, Indiana 152 BETH WATTWOOD 2 Titusville, Florida MARK HENRY WEBB 3 Johnson City, Tennessee BECKY WEIST 3 Pompano Beach, Florida KEITH WADE WHINNERY 1 Salem, Ohio PAULA JO WHITE 1 Western Springs, Illinois LIBBY WILHOIT 2 Greensboro, North Carolina PRISCILLA WILKINS 1 Williamsport, Pennsylvania CINDY WILLIAMS 1 Canton, Ohio CINDY WILLIAMS 2 Johnson City, Tennessee JOHN D. WILLIAMS 2 Brownsburg, Indiana TOM WILLIAMS 3 Bakersfield, California WOODY RAY WILSON Leitchfield, Kentucky breakfast at the White Mouse JANICE WINGLER 1 Mount Dova, Florida GWEN WISE 1 Abingdon, Virginia LARR Y E. WOCKENFUSS Johnson City, Tennessee BOB WOODS 1 Elizabethton, Tennessee RICKY WRIGHT 1 Austell, Georgia KAREN E. YEARICK 1 Beech Creek, Pennsylvania JUDY KAY YORK 1 Gulston, Kentucky CHARLES E. YOST 1 Bethel, Ohio DAVID L. ZIEBART 2 Wellington, Illinois 153 m Ifm ' " iif t hA ' t - mm i ' f ' l rrtr- - " . " l- ■:r%P ■J - fiC - ' .i 3 i . ■ ■s . ' ♦v: - Student S}cecutm Committee Left to Rjght — Jim Mounts — vice-president, John Rohrbaugh — president, Mr. Guy Mauldin — sponsor, Bob Truitt — treasurer, Coach Walker — sponsor, Melvin Morton — secretary. Cabinet Sitting Left to Right — Anne Taylor. Standing — Mark Cameron, Steve Knowles. 156 Council Senior and junior Kepresentatives Seated Left to Right — Jan Mclntyre, Ruth Deer. Standing — Ernie Hertzog, Bill Oates, Cindy Davis, Denny Denniston, Gary Davis, Larry Crane, Suzanne Swango, Ed Barker. 157 1 Computer Keptesentatives Dan Stuechcr. Not Pictured — Joyce Clark, Dwight Elam. Dom Presidents Left to Right — Bill Heck — Webb, Jon Smith — Pardee, Mike Gearhart — Cheek, Nancy Walsher — Sutton, Not Pictured — Sharon Hamilton — Hart, Terry Roberts — Hardin. 158 Stampede Staff First Row L. to R. — Ozcll Ward, Linda Hayden, Sharon Chernik, Debbie Leigh, Susie Roetter, Avonda Harris, Ju- dene Howell, Alfreda McAfee, Sandra Quesinberry, Barbara Fishback, Marie Garrett — Editor-in-Chief. Second Row — William Howden, Mike Gearhart, Clay Enos, Jim Mounts, Richard Roams, Linda Pierce, Jim Barnes, Warren Miller. Third Row — Bill Gates, Chuck Harper. : Left to Right — Marie Garrett, Mike Gearhart, Warren Miller, Linda Hayden, Susie Roetter. 159 uffak Top Left — Carol Tinkler — Editor-in-Chief Top Right — Bill Heck — Photographer. Bottom U — Tim Hess — Photographer Bottom Right — Becky McBride, Belinda Cadwell — Typist. 160 staff Left to Right — Jan Aubrey — Sports Editor, Kathy Polenek — Sports Editor, Deanna Daum — Activity Editor. U t to Right — Anne Baugh — Class Editor, Barbara Raines — Club Editor, Alfrcda McAfee — Class Edi- ' WBST ' fm ' W Left to Right — Elizabeth Wilhoit — Copy Editor, Patti Derrickson — Art Editor, Chuck Hilborn -r J - ' Business Manager. 161 Sutton ' Dorm Council Seated L. to R. — Mrs. Margaret Robinson — Housemother, Nancy Walsher — President, Marty Flynn — Vice- President, Diana Lomison — Treasurer, Susan Knox — Secretary. Standing — Pat Dobbins, Ruth Deer, Carolyn Kustanbauter, Lucy Boley, Kathy Stephens, Anne Miller. Mart Dorm Council Seated L. to R. — Mrs. Wille Botkin — Housemother, Donna Cross — Vict-Prcsident, Sharon Hamilton — Presi- dent. Standing — Susan Kenndy, Lee Meador, Pam Davis, Rita McDaniels, De bbie Meyer, Bonnie Crawford, Sandi Christian, Janet Gray. 162 Weifif ' Dorm Council Seated L. to R, — Bret Younkin, Clay Miazza, Tom Knode, Bill Heck — President. Standing — Pint Row — Rick Mclnturf, Don Sublett, Bob Bowers. Second Row — Larry Jarvis, Gayle Cox, Bob Wills, Darrell Tate, Dale Clayton, Stanley McCarter, Steve Barnett. Pardee Dorm Council heft to Right — Mike Boyd, Harold Stout — head Resident, Mike Bell, Jon Smith, Steve Garling, Charlie Aldermand, Mark Makoski, Ed Barker. 163 Front Rim ' L. to R. — Shirley Stuart, Cindy Davis, Deanna Daum. Second Row L. to R. — Janet Walker, Jan Kirsten, Joan Walker, Donna Loving. Thin Row L. to R. — Kathy Reed, Ann Baugh, Sandy Broyles, Yvonne Basko, Terry McMahan, Tcmpa Lawson. Civinettes 164 circle K First Row L. to R. — Bill Yates, David Harrison, Don Sublett, John Ruchman, David Steward, Marie Webb - President. Second Row — Steve Barnett, David Sublett, Bob Truitt, A. C. Thomason, iVlike Gearhart. Third Raw - Dave Ziebart, Jim Mounts, Rick Mclnturf, Warren Mathis. Larry Wockenfuss. 165 Philosophy Club PHILOSOPHY CLUB OFFICERS — L. to R. —John Rohrbaugh — Vice-President, Sandy Ford — Secretary, Bill Heck — President, Robert Wetzel — Sponsor. First Row L. to R. — Linda Hayden, Bill Heck, Carol Tinkler, Penny Patton. Second Row — Bill Howden, Sandy Ford, Rebecca McBride, Mark Cameron. T66 Seated L. to R. — John Lecky — President, Jim Barnes — Vice-President. Standing — First Row — Sandy Marks, Linda Manion, Rosemary Shortt, Gwen Liverett, Clara Elliot, Doug Delgado. Second Row — Phyliss Harmon, George Warren Love, Tom Liverett, Mike Miles, Steve Roth, Jim Lee. young Kepublicms 167 ' Jootligkters Raw I, Left to Right — Linda Hayden — Vice-President, Denny Denniston — Presi- dent, Jan Mclntyre — Secre- tary, Treasurer. Raw 2, Left to Right — ' Sharon Chernick, Ann Alber, Carol Gabehart, Ann Baugh. Raw }, Left to Right — Phil Blowers, Bill Oates, Chuck Harper, D. Michael Griffin. 168 Alpha Psi Omega Rffw I, Left to Right — Linda Hayden — Secre- tary, Bill Oatcs — Presi- dent, Jan Mclntyre — Vice-President. Row 2. Left to Right — Chuck Harper, Denny Denniston. 169 Buffalo Kambkrs Row 1 — Left to Right — Nancy Myers, Carol Gabehart, Judy Gabeharr, Michelle Simpson, Paula Bullock, Gary Marter. Row 2 — John Williams — Vice-President, Lewis Gabehart — President, Phyllis Harmon, Elizabeth Mills, Howard Hayes — sponsor. 170 Firsl Row L, to R. — Joanne Stone, Sandi Christian — President, Bonnie Crawford — Vice-President, Avonda Har- ris — Treasurer, Virginia Morton. Second Row — Machelle Simpson, Linda Lisle, Sharon Hamilton, Tricia Barlow. Thirii Row — Donna Miller, Margene Perdue, Diane Crane. Service Seekers 171 Firsi Row L. to R. — Mike Woods, Linda Hayden, Anne Taylor. Secoyid Row — Tempa Lawson, Linda Pierce, Nancy Walsher, Beth Roberts. Third Row — James Siuyter, Kathy Bryant, Jim Lee, Daniel Hornug. Music Educators J atioml Council 172 Pep Maud Left to Right — Chuck Harper, Bill Oates, Brant Neal, Kathy Bryant, Jan Greshman. Ski eiub Lift to Right — Steve Knowles, Bill Yates, Dr. Robert Wetzel — Sponsor, Don Sublett, Steve Hull, Jim Lee. J73 Chorale ftyt R(?z L. f? R. — Melody Hoffman, Penny Patton, Virginia Morton, Edward Bningard, Tony Campbell, Janet Kersten, Tempa Lawson, Claire Mills. Second Row — Machelle Simpson, Beth Roberts, Debbie Kendall, Craig Thompson, Eddie Buckles, Bob Preece, Debbie Meyer, Diane Kist, Joy Blackford. Third Rmv — Kathy Bryant, Margene Perdue, Linda Clark, Penny Phillips, Thomas Graham, Craig Thompson, Rex Bell, Mark Wasson, Betty Eggelston, Donna Miller, Donna Ball. Fourth Row — Marcie Hardy, Mary Hampton, Cynthia Williams, Susan Griffin, Teresa Walker, Tommy Evans, Keith Bader, Steve Roth, Jim Brooks, Ann Walsher, Ellen Merdith, Barbara Kester, Kathy Polenek. 174 .5 g CO = I bJ -|§ til I S • s j3 o m .s flj CO o S " g rt £ Oj 5 3 § g o ol- W M 3 I g-x U Pi « - . c c VI 3 — -S S " q ' . ■ e c s ,° t- " • g 1 w V ■- 9J h ' • CO O ' u; - .5 i« c 3 " o - J .aye. ' c D - z Er - - 5- ' 6 ' ?ep- 8g N a H s tt, .ii - 6 175 Pre-M d First Row — L. to R. Prof. Lone Sisk — Sponsor, Judene Howell. Second Row — Steve Bar- nett — President, Mark Webb — Program Chairman, Gayle Cox. Not Pictured — Hannah London, Woody Wilson, Dave Ziebart. Pre-Caw L. to R. — Tunis McKibben, Phil Bowers, Jim Barnes, Penny Patton, Carl Ordway, Steve Roth. 176 Seated L. to R. Randy Blum — Secretary, Ernie Hertzog — President, Mark Berg — Vice- President. Standing First Row — Danny Dixon, Keitli Lisle, Dale Clayton, Bill Sleasman, Bill English, Dan Clifton, Glen Davis. Second Row — Tim Runner, Darrell Tate, Lynn Spiece, Dennis Hughes, Steve Hull, Larry Wockenfuss, Larry Johnson, David Bailey. Third Row — David Justice, Jim Brooks, Craig Thomspon, Chip Flower, Joe Broyles, Fred Dob- bins, Danny Saunders, Harry Fontaine, Ken Cramer, Tony Campbell, Fred Harris. P ii SpsiloH Kappa 177 Varsity msketball Zeam First Row L. to R. — Doug Drake, Charles " Tonnie " Cash, Don Threkeld, Gary Glass, Dale Clayton. Second Row — Woody Wilson, Scott McClarren, Mark Berg, Ed Purdy, Danny Smith, Phil Worrell — Coach. Third Row — Dale Barcus, John Kraft, Chris Lacy, Truman Bell, Roy Wright, Larry Wock- enfuss, Terry Owens, John McGuire, Charlie Alderman — Assistant Coach. Not Pictured — Joe Broyles — Trainer. freshman basketball Zeam First Row L. to R. — Glen Davis, Bill English, Gene McCarty, Terry Triplett. Eddie Stanley. Second Row — Tony Campbell, Larry Smith, Steve Siener, Jim Crom. 178 Front Row L. to R. — A. C. Thomason, Shirley Stuart, Ernie Hertzog, Diane Kist, Allan Aubrey, Lois Huff- man, Rita McDaniels. Second Row — Dayle Cox, Su- zanne Swango, Randall Matney, Laura Caley, Dave Clark, Pam McCord, Bill Sleasman, David Bailey, Teresa Walker, Dave Chupa. Not Pictured — Erica Matzka. jHtm-Muml Council 179 basketball Season CONNIE BRITTON — Captain BETH WATTWOOD NAN ROWLAND 180 Cheerleaders TERESA WALKER MYRA MATHIS Uiit iv T-.vi NOREEN YOUKIN 181 Zmck Zeam Tint Row L. to R. — Mike McMillian, Phil Blowers, Dan Hawg, Denny Denniston, Doug Matney, Terry Lawson, Don Hedding, Jamie Gregory. Second Row Brant Neal, Randall Matney, Terry Dubois, Gene McCarty, Tom Evans, Roy Wright, Jim Mink, Jerry Teeter, Tom Manus, Don Lewis. ( 0 Zeam L. to R. — Gary Morrell, Tom Owens, Russell Eddy, Dick Bock, Burce Moore, Ed Barker. 182 baseball Zeam Front Row L. to R. — Don Edmonds, Jerry Jenkins, Billy Corum, Danny D. Smith, Marc Grissinger, Mike Mutterspaugh, Don Threkheld, Danny Saunders, Fred Dobbins, Joe Broyles. Second Row — Roger Jackson, Danny H. Smith, Gary Elliot, Rex Parris, Larry McKinney, Bruce Kregloe, Stan Kinnett, Eddie Stanley, Gayle Cox, Coach Stout. Third Row — Wesley Starkey, Jerry Boardwine, Edward Ringley, Bob Gootee, Larry Smith, Jim Barker, Paul Wilson, Mark Makoski. Sniarr Shelton, James Crom. Cross- country Zeam MMMn Hnwemm ' as 1 H tumms JK H :ai . . J. H T |v4 F B fi? ' B iLf •} ; , ' M,M L: Jf!bJ First Row L. to R. — Chip Fowler, Gary Marler, Rick Mclntruf, Danny Hawg, Mike McMillian. Second Row - Coach Walker, Gene McCarty, Joe Randall, Tom Evans, Tom Manus, Harry Fontaine. 183 M f ' s Zeums Zeam Fint Row L. to R. — Bill Vanderwall, Carl Ordway, Dave Turpin, Keith Lisle. Second Row — Ron Sewell — Coach, Fred Smith, Keith Whintery, Dale Barcus, Robbie Gardner. Women ' s ZeHHis Zeam fi i 3 f »►;_ T-; V ' ■ ' T vj, First Row L. to R. — Juanita Dickenson, Myra M this, Stephanie Buchanan, Miss Patricia Bonner - Coach, Correna Bowers, Kathy Polenek, Glenda O bourne. Not Pictured — Sandy Ford, Karen Hagg man. 184 Mbwsklp of Christian Athletes First Row L. to R. — Gary Maler, Mike McMillian, Dan Hawg, Marc Gressinger, Danny Saunders, Joe Broyles, Fred Dobbins, Stan Kinnet, Rich Mclnnirf, Don • Threkeld, Coach Worrell. Second Row — Bruce Kregloe, Tom Owens, Gary Morrill, Charlie Alderman, Randall Matney, Woody Wilson, Larry McKinney, Harry Fontaine, Bill Sleasman, John Kraft, David Steward, Bill English, Mark Berg, Dale Clayton. Third Row — Dick Bock, Scott McClarren, Mark Makoski, Dave Chupa, Gayle Cox, Larry Wockenfuss, Doug Drake, Truman Bell. " M " Club first Row L. to R. — Don Threkeld, Eddie Randolph — President, Rick Mclnturf, Charles " Tonnie " Cash. Second Row — Gayle Cox, Harry Fontaine, Joe Broyles, Gary Glass, Wesley Starkey, Truman Bell, Bruce Kregloe, Stan Kinnet. 185 AmSKZJSWQ MMMMMKB ' i tfiW i tff ' Wr » " " ■ ' ...-»,.- -.v -»i..»»»i IHI--1I iwwiwiifcajiniiblfiwwH—wiwuwi l, WWill W I n I WH IIIIW H I H »ilii y i - a|P liW| W||fW»»» WWWW«WiilWWWiWW ' 14 old city growing young ' ' 188 926-8331 PROFESSIONAL BLOG. • JOHNSON CIIY. TENNESSEE 926-4621 No, Date yfioA " the professional pharmacy " WALLACE ' S SHOE STORE Main Street Johnson City Headquarters for Weejuns, Basstax, and Aignev ' s Serving East Tennessee Compliments of FIRST CITIZENS BANK Elizabethton, Tennessee 3 Locations 189 Savings and Home Ownership Safeguards of the American Way of Life Compliments of ELIZABETHTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1214 Sycamore Street Come See Us! Member F.S.L.I.C. 190 HOSPITAL PHARMACY " The DRIVE-IN Pharmacy " 602 N. Roan St., Johnson City, Tenn. Dial 926-0121 FREE DELIVERY FREE PARKING a,otV PHONE OUll 9 28-0 118 PHARMACY. INC V- ' p 701 S. ROAN ST. JOHNSON CITY, TENN. -■ REG. NO. 1 1069 191 BECKNER ' S INCORPORATED Jewelers for 83 years Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry China, Crystal, and Silver Johnson City, Tennessee PARK ' S-BELK. CO. Home of Better Values Johnson City, Tennessee 192 JOHNSON CITY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION FIRST PEOPLES BANK HAMILTON NATIONAL BANK HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION THE BANKING TRUST CO. 193 There ' s a Lot Better Way of Finding a Career in the Textiles Fibers Field than this. v wliitp 1 V w ' c ' Starting - hour week ibilities. ■ n, advanced ic, hosoiial d vacation -. holidays, or call: O. 1. KCnutsen ■n Millw olovcr ,ec, oufsldf, _CY_J_0900 • mm (3) only 514 LO iVallpy_Strm ■ t bench Ivn ftnly Ouxns ' •!0 •Cxiil sntect TEXTILE SV - ' " Tipany h?i colleof qrr, Vsirs . ■Ti _: UZ Lr.irling tcxi ' le corri: ntci rs nq fj-i ' l cha ' . fnr recent tc«l ' le nTSO s With cnU ' v3l ' ?nt work rxfiorrrnc " For the right oenole these stimulating nositions c n lead to future m naQc ment ooporlunities in the manufacture and marketing of textiles. (.: ,M :••..••• .- O. Persnl De.-( lOlh U, ,.j Sajv (3» SI ) .XTlLE TECHNiCAL -.TriXTILf TECHNICIAN (PROVEN , MWITH TOP TASTE, TOP STANOA _ MfOR FINE TOP CO. HE OR SHE iUM rail ntll [tf lilvak tor appi Pl ?-7 : creative placement agency 515 madiscn TEXTILE artist, dulsnef, shfllst to II5M Creativeorinted decorative fabrics, 9d optY. ' . ' .:: AGENCY 507 5 AVE TEXTILE GRAD5 START J7.000 Mgrr-nt future with too NY concern ■ •• ■ •ncncY, 152 W 42 St, NYC TEXTILE CONVERTER $150 ■ T-A AGENCY, 152 W 42 TEXTILE tech " new postn " to J12M + ' ; miii r JacQuai ' rls-JerscYS. « ' xcll tutu ' p G_l ' _ T :-Y 507 5 AVFi TEXTIlI Ccnvfr Tech JlOO Nred t fitp nrr ' .nn Will trn, Indl fabrcs ' ' ' _■ Anpncv 485 5 A ve TEXTILE Merctiandise A ' iSi, 1138 Know! rn.ivP ' tinq, exprHtil:nn, cir • •:.. . ' •■ ' -u , Ll ' _ ■ TEXTuTe ASST " CONVTR e SI7S Cotton i synlhelic, v ovpn q 1s, keep rrt Mel Gahbe Agency US 5 Ave TEXTILE ENGR-FEt PAID-TO Sl5M Oe9 + co led matoriai RiD. mtg, OC •■ .... rcY, 107 V».43d Hrs to 1 30 TEXTL Shfllstj Asst, ilhranr citr to »W. 22 E 42 ST. ' -(■ - • ' • ' • a5?ficy| TEXTILE STYLIST. Fm Pal4 f» J12M Cotton Menswpar TOPS IN TE.XIILES I L ' A ' , ' jency, 152 W 42 TEXTILE SAMPLE CLKS 1o $75 TOPS IN TEXTILES .1 " . ' , ' ,. - ' .gency, 152 W 42 TEXTILE HEAD CONVERTER must have volume eip WW Bing Crcnin Ascncy 1 Rockefeller TEXTILE STYLIST to $12«0 Synthetic i Blends — Menswear TOPS IN TEXTILES .IV ' . ' f.. ' -n: , 152 W 42 TEXTILE CONVERTER to «I48 TOPS IN TEXTILES .l;, - " ge.icy, 152 W 42 TEXTILE CONVERT AS55 to MSCfl TOPS IN TEXTILES " . ' .i-l- .-■ ,?ncy, 152 W 42 TEXTILE Dtjlqnw— Mern WMr Wovens Mal» or f»m»i» BP ' )7 ' TEXTtLg Enjr -DM + eir if JHW EXTILE TECH to S450O TOPS IN TEXTILES » M ncY. 152 W 42 XTILE Print Dcslsner wanted -r " .af1a tor original work and re Good opportunity r . ' man or ' ' ip se reply ly -, 7 Times ' . IJ TEXTILE GRADS to U2W TOPS IN TEXTILES ■-y,152 W 42 fEXTIL 6RDER$ EiMdltlM f» JiSJOI TOPS IN TEXTILES L ' l ' .! » ' A ' gency, 152 W 42 TEXTILES — Tichnlclin ityllit wovon fabric design analysis costmg original development. Salary commensurjte with ability Send resume Y2131 Vmn -,]iVlS ' wanted " •-.nd repeat An Eafl When your future ' s on the line, use your pen to better advantage than circling through the classified sections. Set in touch with Beaunit where big things are happening in fibers and textiles. Who ' s making them happen? People in accounting, engineering, research and development, design, merchandising, sales — and all of the other professions needed to run a business today. If you want to leave your mark on the world, begin by writing us. It ' s a lot better way than leaving your mark on the help wanted ads. Write: Personnel Manager, Beaunit Fibers, Elizabethton, Tennessee 37643 BEAUNIT FIBERS Division of Beaunit Corporation 194 Johnson City ' s Complete Five Floor Department Store " Visit our store for all your drugs, personal, or gift needs, featuring a large selection of nanne brand toiletries. " CITY DRUG STORE 405 SOUTH ROAN STREET JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE 37601 195 FRED MOORE. Manager 441 Elk Ave, Elizabe+hton, Tenn. 1?. k.i %1. Compliments of H AND M SHOE HALE ' S E+hical Prescriptions DRUG STORE Sycamore and Elk Ave. Elizabe+hton, Tennessee YOUR WALGREEN AGENCY Dial 542-4157 196 STUDENT SPECIAL Milligan Studenfs CHECK FREEI Milligan-Pinecrest Branch NOW OPEN SAFETY IN ROUTE IN TRAVELING. GET YOUR TRAVELER ' S CHECKS FROM THE MILLIGAN - PINECREST BRANCH. Start your free checking occount ot Milligan-Pinecrest Branch CARTER COUNTY BANK Mein Office eoi Elk Ave •Broad A Elk Branch .Roan Mountain Eranch • Milligan - PInecrest Branch 197 .5 u : owers Progress through electricity has brought a better life to all. To the workman and farnner, whose machines are powered by electricity, freeing them from other jobs. To the homemaker, freeing her from household drudgery. To all who flip a switch to get a job done, elec- tricity has made the modern world a reality. ELIZABETHTON ELECTRIC SYSTEM ELECTRICITY DOES IT BEST! 198 Compliments of GENERAL SHALE CORPORATION 199 Miliig n College One of ike greatest assets of MlUigiin College is the professors and teachers who give unselfishly and totally of themselves, J more out- standing group of men and women could not be found. So It Is that this book dedicated to them and their many talents. RESERVE 1971 91957 THE BUFFALO (Milligaxi College Yearbook) LIBRARY USE ONLY p, H. WELSHiMilR MEMORIAL LIBRARY ilLUGAN COLLEGE, TENN. 37682
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