Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN)

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Anal so, inany years from now, this hook may hring hack ineinories of frienclships, aehieixeinents, anal pleasant experiences of life on the eainpus :luring 1941, the purpose of the annual will ' he eoinpletecl. S -..gil 4 DEDICATION In honor and appreciation of the nntiring eyfort shown ber twenty-three years of service at Tennessee Teekg ana' because of ber kindness, devotion, and loyalty to the student body, this 1941 Tech EAGLE is rleclicaterl with sincerest apjlreciation to MISS MARY I-IARDEN. 5 Eg...- Lib1'n1'y . . . Probably the mos! frfqzwnfly fuisifezl' 5110! 071 fbe Campus is fha' library lovafwl in the Afl'lIlil1iSfl'dff0ll Bllfllfillg. .,. fy ' V -HT -V -1 1 --1:5 my I' "' QQEQF. .f-wal., , gm , Mwmgsgg v . 'N H W H , my w ww fasngyfqgf .jf-3-!,1"1Lfjw,.',mfs-gsif' 1"'11W1u"F'11',f 011 W :H H . m ffaigwu : :Sea --:wh ' H ANN U : .qwxijg-1 iw 5 -Wg mx V mf. . .1 ,iylvu H Mffisqi 7 Rvgisfwlfiolz . . . OIICT r'z'c'ry fbl't'f' monflvs you will see Sfllllklllli filling out Sl'l1Ell1llf' Ulrzlx mul signing 'llll for 6ll70f!9f'l' q7ltl1'f!'l' of sf-laoolwork. -,.,.,5f 6 Eau.- TENNESSEE TECH BAND H The band szfrnzfs its stujf at the in- CHAPEL TIME A H zmgural ceremony of the GOUCf1101' of 9:30 A-M- "WI 9145503 fm' 'mf for fb? 'weekly ge1ze1'al assembly. Szfurlenfs sfop Tennessee. to clout along the way. 7 W 5 I N ENGINEERING DRAXVING The frexlomun cfngivwer mzmlly spezzds flue greaiw' Llmrf of his 1'.vf1'n time in fbe fll'lI1l!i'l7g 'room wnrkirig 11 11 Ill'IllUfl7g plmfex. V IF TYPING Room The class in fypizzg 10011 110131 vm1011v Could it be zz speed fesi9 fem vi gk' '53 iii!-ff 2' Qi 10 E4.,.- sv, I vs . W I I I PRE IDE DERRYBERRY Starleats of Tennessee Tech have learned to like our new lI1'C'.S'i!IlL'71f in the short time that he has been with us. Along with a strilzing personality, our jiresirlevt is a rlisiinguishezl scholar, having won a Rhorles Scholarshijz in 1928. The st1ta'e11ts sincerely wish that Presirleiit DL'7'1'ybC'1'1'j,' will s.l1e11rl many years as the presirling officer of our great institution. - iw' ,w w HJ' sh ,. DEAN SMITH Twenty-five years of service have emlearerl Dean A. W. Smith to the st1La'e11t body of Tennessee Tech. He will he 1'L'771'671ZI76'7'EIZ hy his wit anal humor which are asecl to a great extent when he makes amzozmee- ments in chapel. --.gif 12 EQ.- IDEPARTMENT OF AG1i1CUL'fUltE Mr. Overall, Mr. Conry, Mr. Huclcllcston The purpose of the Agricultural Department is to prepare men for positions in agriculture so that they may help improve living conditions, farms, soils, crops, and livestock in our country. D151mix1MuNT OF BUSINESS IXDMINISTRATION Mr. Johnson, Mr. Cameron, Mr. Woodward . The prograin of work inn this cur- riculum nffords opgortunity to stu- dents to select as a .eltl of specmlizetl study either nccountingl general lzusi- ness, or secretarial training. DE1'All'I'MlEN'F OF EDUCATION Mr. Farr, Mr. Lane The main function of this depart- ment., which .is found in the statute creating the institution of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, is to train teachers for the -elementary and secondary schools of Tennessee. Q ' , ,g ' ' i :ff-ffm-1i,i.'xi.f't,' I' 'I 7 1 l - i Q, cf Di2rmwrMr2N'1' or ENGINEEIKING AND I'Nnus'riimr. ARTS Nlr. Henderson, Mr. Mattson, Mr. Lee, Mr. Byrns This department affords the student an opportunity of securing the thorough, fundamental, and technical education which is necessary for one of alle highest types of professional worm Dr:rfAnTmiaN'r or Home ECONOLHCS Miss Sell, Miss Margaret Johnson, Miss Dorothy johnson The two main functions of the Department of Home Economics are to dprovicle general academic training, an to prepare teachers of home eco- nomics for high school positions. -c , v, .A - I I S If . M2 ,X J' v' I In i r X3 sf -Mgt 13 -if 14 ite-- Dxmivrmuivr or' BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE Mr. Gregory, Mr. Bnrtoo The courses in biology are intended to meet the needs of those students who are preparing to enter medical schools. Dl3l'AR'l'MliN'f OF ENGLISH Mr. Pnssons, Mr. Hatfield, Mr. Meadows The Department of English has two main purposes: to give the stu- dent Il thorough mastery of the English language, and to develop in him an understanding and apprecia- tion ot literature. DEPARTMENT OF HEAL1'H AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr, Stowe, Miss lobe, Mr. Frey The specihc aims of this depart- ment are to instruct youth so that they may conserve and improve their own health, and to improve the in- dividual and community life of the future. , DE1'AliTMliN'F OF PIISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Mr. Bruner,'Mr. Pinkerton The aims of this department are to provide ri. general cultural 'background :ind to aid- in equipping the student lor his duties :Is Z1 citizen. ,fnollff DIEPIXIKTMENT' oxf M,xTI-IEMATICS Mr. Hutchinson, Mr. Moormzm, Mr. Duncan w The Courses in nmthemntics :ire cle- signed to develop an apprecizttion of the serviee which mathemzltlcs hfts rendered IH the development of cxvir lization. DuvAIrrMuN'I' or' PHYSICAL SCIENCE Mr. Dicus, Mr. Ashburn, Mrs. Stowe The aim of this division is to Dre- sent the fundamental principles of physics and chemistry. By means of lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrwtions, the student is in . - . - tro- tluced to these principles. DEPAlk'fMENT or FOREIGN LANGUAGES Mr. McGee The foreign language rlepnrtmenfs aim IS to develop the ability to read and speak a. languaige with some degree of mpirllty am to enable the student to understand his own lun- gunge better. LIBRARY Mr. Snelgrove 3 Mr. Snelgrovc, with the help of eighteen students: keeps an up-to- clate and well equipped library. DIVISION on MUSIC Mr. Haste ffhe music division :rims to develop in students talent and appreciation tor music. SPRING QUAli1'lill AND N. Y. A. INsI'Iwc'rons Firxl r0za+Miss Stagner, Euglixlag Mrs. Terry, Erluvatiofz. Sevoml row-Mr. Fowler, Hirloryg Mr. Underwood, Erlllcafiorzg Mr. Lewis, N. Y. A.5 Mr. Byrom, N. Y. A. SI2cnI:I'AIuEs TO THE ADMINISTRA- 'rIoN Miss Helen Johnston, Sl't.'l'I'ffIV-'J' io fbr' Prexirlwzf. Miss Alrie Hays, Secretary lo Ibn' Derm. Miss Hazel NVall, S0C1'6'lifIl'jV to Ibn Brrrmr. 'f5i15l9f- 125!?wtm " 126142 Mu. KITTRELL, BIIIVII South H all -4432 16 1 -Y 'Y T1 W' Y if 'vi Y 37- Wi A31 111 'a' 4 431 vm 1631155 V552-.I ' C74-.-,L 'Zag'-1 . ,i'R:': -' si:-f - :'-:r.j.' 414E'..2i?r" Imi14st1'ial Arts Building 4 'Ei 4 4 264 RL - 23 ASSCCIATED STUDE T BODY James Seay Brown Kern Pitts Mary John Lee Williani Jarrell OFFICERS JAMES SEM' BKOXVN .... . . .Pravirlent I KERN Prrrs ....... . . .Vice-Presideznf MARY JVOHN LEE ,.... . ,... Secretary WILLIANI JARRELL. . . ..... Treasurer The Associated Student Body is an organization composed of all the enrolled students. The objectives of this student unification are to provide closer contact' between the adminis- tration and the students, and to promote the social functions for the benefit of the students. The officers of the organization are elected annually in a student election from candidates nominated by the various college classes, one officer being selected from each class. Last fall the students, under the direction of the officers of the A. S. B., together with the faculty, gave a reception in honor of the freshmen. This group also sponsored the home- coming event. This year, for the second time, a float parade was planned for the day. The annual home-coming dance was held in the gymnasium in the evening in honor of the alumni. In the winter, the A. S. B. instigated Z1 Valentine dance in which the theme of the day was put forth. In .the spring, the association worked with the senior class in presenting the annuallcrowning of the May Queen and the May Day dance. The expenses of the organization were liquidated with funds set aside from the Student Activities fee. 18 iff..- IOR CLASS ...T p A 1-1- JTI K ,v, Y q,v, f, Chester Womack Romain Billings Anna Ruth Thompson Clarence Huddlcstou OFFICERS I CHESTER XVOLIACK. .... . .... .... .,...,.,.. P r 'esiflcmf ROLIAIN BILLINGS ...... . . ,Vice-President ANNA RUTH TI-IOM1'SON ,.., ..,.. S l'Cl't'f!ll'jV Ctaaurlzcu HUDDLES'1'ON ....... .... T rvasm-er Much water has gone under the bridge since two hundred and forty-four green freshmen entered Tech September, 1937. As the years have passed the rough spots have been brushed oif and now the one hundred survivors of this group have acquired the polish and poise necessary to make them dignified seniors. During these years, this group has proved itself loyal to Tech and her ideals. The class has taken active part in all the phases of college life. It has given much to extracurricular activities: sports, debating, band, orchestra, chorus, and student Christian work. It has maintained a good scholastic record also. This year the class has furnished the captains of both the football and the basketball teamsg presidents of thc "T" Club, Pi Kappa Delta Associated Student B d . d T , o y, an . C. A.g editor of THE EAGLEQ Miss Teehg Bachelor of Uglinessg Prince of Personalityg and presidents of most of the departmental clubs. Ten members of the senior class hav b l d e een e ecte to XVho's NVho in American Colleges-four last year as juniors and six this year. Because of world. conditions, the greatest opportunities of the age are open to this year's graduates. Luck to you, class of 19413 may you continue in later years the good work you have started at Tech! 19 kb..- 1 1011 CLASS Glen Davis XVilliam G. Hart Jean Scott James Crouch OFFICERS GLEN DAvIs ........., . . .Prcsirlent WILLIAM G. HART .... , . ,Vice-1'rcxirlw1t JEAN Scorr ....... .... S ccretary J4AMES Cnoucu . . . , . .Truamrcr The junior class of 1941 entered Tennessee Tech September, 1938, as a group of two hundred seventy-eight freshmen, but only one hundred and Hfty are still in school. This cl-ass from the beginning has been an active one. Many of our best athletes are members of this class. It has also furnished Tech many leaders in all fields of extracurricular activity. The Pi Kappa Delta, the band, chorus, orchestra, Tun EAGLE, and Oracle owe much to this class. The scholastic record of the class has been good. Five juniors were elected to XVho's Who in American Colleges this year. The junior class furnished the editor of the 1940-41 Oracle, Tcchis Sweetheart for 1941, and the football queen for 1940. It has also furnished the football manager for thc past two years. The class has taken active part in departmental clubs and student Christian work and several juniors hold important offices in these clubs. 20 Ee., OPI-I ORE CLASS QS' Robert Evans Wfilliam Owens Evelyn Martin Oleen Majors OFFICERS ROBERT Ev,iNs. . . ........, Prmirlr-wif hVII.l.TAM OxvuNs. . . . . .Vin'-Prrxiflml EVELYN MAILTIN. . . . . . .Szfcrelwy OLISEN MAJous ..... , , .T'D'E'llS1ll'L'l' This class entered Tennessee Tech September, 1939, as one of the largest in the history of the school. It has been one of the most active also. As freshmen, members of the class became active in all fields of extracurricular activities. The class was represented on both publications, in the debating club, the band, the orchestra, and the chorus. Some of the best scholastic records of last year were made by members of this class. This year the class has been even more active. The number on both publications has increased. Football, basketball, track, and tennis owe much to this class. Practically every departmental club on the campus as well as the T. C. A. has sophomore officers. Pi Kappa Delta was well represented by this class in the State Speech Tournament this year, two of the sophomore girls winning second and one third place. The class has maintained its scholastic record. It is one of which Tech may Well be proud for many of its members have the ability to go far in life. if 21 FRESHMA CLASS Tom Campbell Algood Vaden Joanne Harrison Bob Shannon OFFICERS TOM CAMPBELL ..... .... P resident ALGOOD VADEN ...4.., . . .Vice-Pre-sident JOANNE PIARRISON .... ......... S ncrelary Bon SHANNON, . . ..... Treasurer Three hundred and twelve freshmen, the largest freshman class in the history of Tennessee Tech, enrolled September, 1940. This class, known not only as the biggest but also as the most intelligent looking group of freshmen in the history of the school, seems Well on its way to fulfill the best expectations. The class is well represented in the band, orchestra, chorus, debating club, departmental clubs, the two publications, and the T. C. A. If the success of the freshman football and basketball teams can be taken as any indication, the future athletic teams of the school will owe much to this class. The class hasn't neglected classroom worlt in this active participation in outside activities but has made, on the whole, Il very good scholarship record. -..ggi 22 N I O -.,i5.E 23 SE I l.,l ,. . , fyx,,F 'iLY,1L-:,-L- I 391-,ww Q f fa I I J I I , . I - ,I-,Mfg - fp: I Q fr- A - kwa, ,gf ,f A f If 6 '- , Q.,e.s-f, ef , if f f Q ..-Q fie.-- 1. J I WILLIAM Jesse ANDREWS FRANK L. ASI-IBURN 'i' EDNA MAfi'fiTIiJsTIN RUTH W. BARRIER I, lr f 'f' 1 et 5-1, ees , is I I If . ,, lu HN NHEH5 I I g 'xeeifvf ' , " Qi . . Ja-L - . L, .... fv- , .'., - , '-"' Dewey LAXVRENCE BARTLETT MRS. VIIKGINIA BARTLETT AUDI JABER BATEH CLEBURN I-IIzssoN BEAN FRANK L. ASI-IBUIKN B.S., Hislory NYIILLIAM. Jessie ANDRIEXVS B.S., Civil Er1gim'ering Lebanon, Tennessee Dechcrd, Tennessee -President, Tech Christian Association, '59-V105 Vice-President, 'SSQ Declamation Medal, '57: Wllufs Wlho, '59-'40, Oratorical Medal, 'BBQ President, State Student Christian Association, '40, Tennis Team, '41, Historian, Young Artists Club, '59g Business Club, '38-'591 History Club, '-10-'41, Transfer from Cumberland Univeisity, '5Hg Engi- neering Club, '39-'41, RUTI-I W. BARRIER B.S., Biological Sriwlrc EDNA MARIE AUSTIN B.S., BlISf17!'SS ' ' Sparta, Tennessee Jasper, Tennessee t Business Club, '37-'flO: Tech' Christian Associn- Transfer from Milligan College, '38: Band, '38- tlon, '40-'41, Competent Typist Pin. 'fllg Drum Mnjorette, '38-'4lg Tech Chemical So- ciety, '38-'403 President, Tech Biological Society, '40-'41, Glee Club, '59-'40, Societ Editor, "Tech Oracle," '59-'41, Reporter, Senior glass, '40-'41, DIIWIQY LAWRENCE BRRTLISTT Mus. VIRGINIA CIIAPIN BRRTLIQTT B.S., Agric1lll1lrc I3.S., Bz1xim'xr Cookeville, Tennessee Cookeville, Tennessee ,4Il'ech Aggies, '57-'41 3 Vice-President, Tech Aggies, Business Club, '37-'40. AUDI JABER BATIEPI CI.m'suRN T-lessor! BEAN B.S., Cbcmirlry ILS., I-Iislory Ramallah, Palestine ' Baxter, Tennessee Alingincering Club, '39-'40, Chemical Society, '40- ' 1 24 .- JOHN ROMAIN BILLINGS HERBERT MATTHEW BRIDGES JAMES SEAY BROWN CLYDE A. BROYLES ,, , 7, 1 .Y , W' ,. .. l -.Q .- gal .:f' .F I. 'H .f-- .. I - T59-E VIRGINIA CLAIRE BRUNEI! DIMDLE M. BULLINGTON CoR'rI.EY HUGI-IBURROUGI-Is MEIRDA CECIL CI-IAFFIN JOHN ROMAIN BILLINGS HERBERT MATTHEXV BRIDGES B.S., Hixlory B.S., AgI'iL'1llf1lI'6 Cookeville, Tennessee 'Painton, Missouri Football, '37-'sillg Football Captain, 5103 Basket- - ball, '37: President, Sophomore Class, '38g Presi dent, Club, '4og Vice-President, History Club '59, Vice-President, Senior Class, '40, Vice-Presi dent, Club, '39. JALIHS SEAY BROWN CLYDE A, BROYLES B.S., Glflll'7'lll ElISflIl'!'l'i1Ig 4 B.S., Cbemivry Gallatin, Tennessee Lawrenceburg, Tennessee Honor Roll, '58-'59I Vice-President, Student Body, '59-'-10, President, '40-'41, President, Junior Class, '39-'40, Vice-President, Y. M. C. A.. '39- 'filg Engineering Society, '37-'39: WlIcm's Wlio, '39-'40, Eagle Stull, '59-'filg President, Tennessee Delta of Pi Kappa Delta, Wil. ClIl'I:ttn's:ErI4i'IioIn Harding College, '39, Chemistry VIIKGINIA CLAIRE BRUNEI! DINIPl.li M. BULLINGTON B.S., Home El'0ll0IlIiC.Y I B.S., B1ISi1IL'XX Cookeville, Tennessee Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics Club, '37-'fllq Glee Club, '37' '40, Honor Roll, '59-'lilg D. A. R. Award in Home Economics, '39, WlIo's Wlio in American Colleges and Universities, '40-'41g Vice-President of State Student Home Economics Association, '40-'fl1. CoR'rLEY I-IUGI-I BURROUGI-Is MERDA CECIL CHAFFIN B.S., Hi,vl0ry B.S., civil Engimrerivlg Cookeville, Tennessee ' Engineering Club, '37-'41g Glce Club, '37-'59g Operrettah '36-'57, .Business Manager, Eagle, '41' Vine-President, Engineering Club, '40-'41, Assistant Engineering Department. Cookeville, Tennessee 2 5 S E I GENIEVA MAE CLARK MALCOI.M EDGAR CLARK BASIL NIANNING Cooxn OR EVELYN CORLEW ni, as in W .mu ,, :sg , -fr' l M 1 , H in 1 ez ff? 'l - L, , , ' ' P " lb iii ii, 5 ,L V n ' '. QP .li -maxi " .Lee-if SHIRLEY EDGAR CROUCH ADDIE RUTH CKOWLEY MARTHA Lois CRONVLEY JAMES W. FOSTER GENEVA MAE CLARK MALCOLM EDGAR CLARK B.S., Home Economies B.S., Agricullnrc Willow Grove, Tennessee Willow Grove, Tennessee Home Economics Club, '38-'41. BASIL MANNING COOKE EVELYN CORLEXV B.S., Business B.S., Business Cookeville, Tennessee Charlene, Tennessee Transfer from State Teachers College, Secretary of Business Club, 38: Secretary of French Club, '59- '40g President of French Club, '40g Secretary of Business Club, '40-'41, Who's Who, '41. SHIRLEY EDGAR CROUCH Annie RUTH CROWLEY B.S., I-Iislory B.S., Home Economics For-bus, Tennessee Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics Club, '-57-'41, Reporter, Par- liamentarian, Home Economics Club, '40-'41g Stu- dent Assistant Librarian, '57-'41. MARTHA Lors CROWLEY JAMES W. FOSTER B.S., Home Economics Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics Club, '37-'41. 26 Ee..- B.S., Mufbemafics Gladeville, Tennessee Transfer from Cumberland University. '57Q 'En- gineering Societi, '38-'41, Physics Club, '38-415 Mathematics Clu , '38-'59, Can1era,Club, fllg Class Treasurer, '39, Secretary, Engineering Society, 415 Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, '39. VIRGINIA LEE FRITTS ., V A '.If ' j r RUTH GRACE Transfer from Milligan College, '38, Honor Roll, '38-'39, Cheerleader, '38-'40, Tech's Sweetheart, 1 XVILLIAM GALLAGHEI1, Jn. ROY E. GIBSON, Jn. Donornv ANNETTE GLISSON I 1 I, AI! JOE HILLARI: HALE ALONZO EUNICE HAMBLEN JAMES ALLISON HAYES VIRGINIA LEE Fmrrs JOSEPH VVILLIAM GALLAGHER, Jn. B.S., Business 13.S., Claewlixhy Dayton, Tennessee Band, '37-'59S Camera Club. '39-'40, Chemistry Club, '39-40, President, Chemistry Club, Monterey, Tennessee '40-'41. '59-'40, News Editor of 'Tech Oracle,' 39-'41, President, Tech Christian Association, '59-'41, Band Sponsor at Vanderbilt and Murfreesboro, '40, Who's Who, '40-'41, Business Club, '58-'41, Roy E. GLB-SON, JR. B.S., Cbrmislry Persia, Tennessee Chemistry Club, '38-'41, Reporter, '41, Club, '59-'41, Engineering Club, '38-'39. Glee Club, '38-'41, President of Entre Nous, '41, DOROTHY ANNETTE GLISSON B.S., B1lXiI1L'SS Memphis, Tennessee State Champion, After-Dinner Speaker, '59, Mem- 'ber of College Orchestra, '38-'39, Cheerleader, '39- '40, Associate Editor of Eagle, '40, Member of Dormitory Council, '58-'40, Maid to May Queen, '40, President of Business Club, '41, Who's Who, '40-'41, VIce'PresIdent of Pi Kappa Delta, '41, Honor Roll, '40. Physics JOE HILLAIQD HALE B.S., Agriculivlre RUTH GRACE B.S-, French Baxter, Tennessee Spar ta, Tennessee Vice-President, Tech Christian Association, '41, '39, Corresrpondxng Secretary, Pi Kappa Delta, '41, Englis Club. '59-'40s Band Sponsor, '40, May Queen, '41, Debziter, 39340, Dormitory Council, ' 0 ALONZO EUNICE HAMBLEN JAIWES ALLISON IjIAYs B.S., Bmifiess B.S., Business Pikeville, Tennessee Madison, Tennessee Business Club '37-'38, Football, '57, Basketball, '37-'38, Traclc, '39: Tennis, '40-'41 1 Winner, Doubles Cup, '40, Y. M. C. A., '37-'58. 27 Ee..- Tech Aggies, '38-'41, Reporter of Tech Aggies, SE ICR RICHARD Y. HATS WILLIAM HENLEY CHARLES L. HENNESSEE ,f iw , Y -iriirfilx i -elf H W",l"QRQ52" Us SHANV HICKERBON , " .,j',, . I Qi, . A. ., LQ... ,f ' R n , - , WIl..I.IAM C. ITUDDLESTON ROBERT M. HUMPHIKEYS ALBERT MORGAN JONES JEFFERSON C. JONES RICHARD Y. HAYS WILLIAM I-IENLEY B.S., Erzgincfrriug B.S., Agricullurc Madison, Tennessee Alto, Tennessee Football, '37, Orchestra, '38g Engineering Society. 38341 1 President, Engineering Societ , V515 Physics Club, '59-'41, Secretary, Physics Club, '41, CHARLES L. HENNESSEE SHAW HICKERSON B.S., Hisfory B.S., Agl'iC7IIf1lfB Sparta, Tennessee Charlotte, Tennessee Football, '37-'403 Tech Aggies, '58-'41, "T" Club '-10-111: Trensurer of Junior Class, '59-510. XVILLIAM CLARENCE HUDDLESTON ROBERT MOSLEX' HUMPT'lllEY5 B.S., AgTfE7I1f1II'B ILS., IIHl'Il.ifl'ill, Arlx Algood, Tennessee Neptune, Tennessee Tech Aggies, .38-.mg Reporter, Aggie Club' 38: Engineering Club, '39-'41, Physics Club, '59-'41. Debating Club, '39: Baseball, '40-'41, Basketball, '58, Treasurer, Senior Class, '4l. ALBERT MORGAN JONES JEFFERSON C. JONES B.S., Biological Sriewrc B.S., Agriculfmf Gninesboro, Tennessee Smithville, Tennessee Member, Tech Aggies ClulJ,"36-'37g Biology Club, Agriculture Club, '58-'41, Sergeant at Arms, '40, '39-'40g Vice-President, Biology Club, '40-'41, Frcusurer, '40-Wil. Entre Nous Club, '40-'41, Sergeant at Arms ol' Entre Nous Club, '40-'41, -..egg 28 A 1336..- Joi-IN HOXVARD KING CLARENCE RAY LANCASTER HARVEY GRIESI-IAM LEWIS DOUGLAS MCDONALD f f H- :fr ' ' -f-11,1 IW meg, H :H H W M 1 I ,Rm l i "1 ' " ix , II! ! - ' -, , ,.g' , .11 l i' fp I A! 7312" H ,I 14 EMMA NIYRTLE NIAI-ILER DOROTHY ANN MAX' FARRIS FARMER MOOIKE WILLIAM DONALD PAINTER Joi-IN HOWARD KING CLARENCE 11AY LANCASTER KS., Agriczilfurc B.S., Agl'iL'1lIf1ll'U Franklin, Tennessee Lancaster, Tennessee Agriculture Club, '38-'41, Vice-President, Agri- Tech Aggies, '38-'41, Secretary, '39, President, culture Club, '40-'41, Presiclcnt, Last Half, '40-'41, '40-'41g Relporter of junior Class, '59-'40, Physics Tech Christian Association, '39-'41. Club, '39-' O. PIARVEY GXKIESHALI LEXVIS DOUGLAS MCDONALD B.S., Gwmrnl Engineering B.S., Scicllce Memphis, Tennessee Elmwood, Tennessee Football, '57-'-IO: Bzisl-netball, '38g Baseball, '59- Tech Chemical Society, '38-'41, Vice-President, '59- -10: Engineering Society, '39-'4lg Physics Club, '-S05 Football, '57-'40, Club. 59-'-'llg "T" Club, '40-'-'i1. ENIMA ilViYIl'l'Lli -NIAHLUR DOROTIIY ANN MAY B,S., English B.S., HUIIII' Economics Cookeville, Tennessee Double Springs, Tennessee Band Member, '57-'38, Home Economics Club, '37-'f1l. FARRIS FARNIER NIOORIZ WILLIAM DONALD PAINTDR B.S., Hislory B.S., Civil Envgincering Gaincsboro, Tennessee Cookeville, Tennessee Transfer from Uniyersity of Tennessee, '37: Honor Roll, '58-'59: Physics Club, '38-'59, Engineering Society, '38-'41, Treasurer, '40-'41, C. A. A. Aviation, '41. 29 len-- if I ,V ggswii iff Home ' if S EDNA PARROTT ' wi aw-' I I ii ., sn sa- ws .fv- RAL1'H Pnnico N EDNA PARIQOTT B.S., Home Economics Wirmingliam, Tennessee Economics Club, 37338. Roneivr Lewis PARTIN . 1,,-- .',.: .QW OEL GORDON PITCOCK Russuu.. LIBB ICR JAMES GARNER PATEY ALFIKED FAY Pizmco " ll 'nl' URN PRIEST UIJINE QUALLS Rosmvr LEWIS PARTIN B.S., Business Hillsboro, Tennessee Business Club, '383-41. JAMES GARNER PATEY ALFRED FAY PEDIGO B.S., GC'7lEl'!lI E1Igi11eeri11g B.S., Civil Engineeriizg Dickson, Tennessee Cookeville, Tennessee Track Team, '39-'-40: Physics Club, '38-'41q Engineering Club, '37-'filg Delegate to A. C. P. A Engineering Society, '58-'41. C ' ' ' -' ' RALI'H Pizmso B.S., Business Cookeville, Tennessee om entipn, - 39 .40 , 4 Business Manager, Eagle 40, Eclitoi-In-Chief, Iaagle. '4l.g Wl1o's Who American Universities an Colleges, '41. NoI2I. GORDON PITcocIc B.S., Agriculture Memorial, Tennessee Tech Aggies, '37-'4l. RUSSELL LIBBUIQN PRIEST UDINE QUALLS B.S., Business Little Rock, Arkansas Football, '39-'40: Track, '59-'41. B.S., Home Economics - Livingston, Tennessee Maryville College, '52-'53: Theta Epsilon Literary Society, '32-'33g Y. W. C. A.,A'32-'53g Student As sistant Teacher, Home Economics Department, '35 Home Economics Club, '32-'413 Ch0fll5, '41- 'wiif 30 1 ELEEN Rmzslzk E1.IsI2 MARCIA RHEA BARCEY BUTLER RICH JAMES C. SADLER , ., I. i zlm fx l I :'.a .:,.'H1-1' . -411 1 M V f FLOYD Russriu. SPIOEMAKER TRAVIS C. SMITI-I HAYDLN ELMO SWALLOW5 ANNA RUTH THOMPSON ELEEN Rerssea ELISE MIXRCIA RHEA B.S., Cbe11zisl1'y B.S., Home Economics A Cookeville, Tennessee Cookeville, Tennessee Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, '39-'40-'41 1 Cheer- Home Economics Club, '37-'41, Vice-President, leader, '57-'38, Secretary, Chemistry Society, '4O- '39-'40, Secretgary, Junior.Class, '59-'40, Who's '41. Who in American Universities end Colleges, '59g May Queen, '40, Assistant in Biology Department, '39-'4Og Honor Roll. BARCEY BUTLER RICH JAMES C. SADLER B.S., Business B.S., Civil E11girzeeri11g Cookeville, Tennessee Silver Point, Tennessee Business Club, '36-'4D: College Orchestra, '38- Engineering Club. '58-'41: Physics Club. '58-'-10: '39: Rifle Club, '59: Gregg Competent Typists "T" Club. '39-'sill TFHCk. '38: BHSkCfb2lll, '38-'41S Medal, '58. C. P. T. Program, '40-'41. FLOYD Russian. SHoIzMAIiI5I1 TRAVIS C. SMITH B.S., Business B.S., Business Oneida, Tennessee Manson, Tennessee HAYDEN ELMO SWALLOWS ANNA RUTH THOMPSON B.S., Business - B.S., Business Livingston, Tennessee Cookeville, Tennessee Secretary of United College Class, '38-'59, Sec- retary, Senior Class, '40-'41g Business Club, '37f'41. -..sgf 31 Eb..- K, rail X'b?fls-Uf' gllkdl es julxt -voy. VXQ-fl NAI? lbvfll lvIQI4g d 100, V2 SE I ICLLAEX U R CHARLES TUCRER Loxs XVI-IITE FRANCES IVALENE XVIGGINS .2 CI-IARLo'rTE JANE XVILEY "" W II Hn I, X , 'QE JULIUS PAUL WILLIAMS RICHIXRD ALLEN WILLIAMS VIRGINIA LEE XVILLIAMSON CHESTER NELSON WOMACK CHARLES TUCRER Lois VVI-IITE B.S., BIl5flIL'SS B.S4, Home EL'0ll0llLf!.'S Morrilton, Al'k3IlS3S Livingston, Tennessee Football, '39-'40, Business Club, '39-V101 Club, '59-'40g Transfer from Arkansas Tech. FRANCES IVALBNL1 WIGGINS CHARLOTTE JANE WILEY B.S., Home Economics Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics Club, '37-'41g Tech Band, '37-'38g Tech Glee Club, '59-'4Og Orchestra, '39- 'AOQ Young Artists Music Club, '37-'All B.S., Home Erolzomicx Manchester, Tennessee Reporter, Hdme Economics Club, '38-'59Z Secre- tary, Home Economics Club, '40, President, '41g Member of Dormitory Council. '38-'41, Y. W. C. A., '58-'41, Assistant, Dean of Women, Tech, '41, '41 g Miss JULIUS PAUL XVILLIAIAS RICHARD ALLEN XVILLIAAIS B.S., I-lislory B.S., Busivfcxr Chestnut Mound, Tennessee Springfield, Tennessee VIRGINIA LEE WILLIAMSON B.S., Business Granville, Tennessee Business Club. Business Club: Vice-President, Freshman Classg Freshman Football. CHESTER NELSON WOMACIR B.S., English McMinnville, Tennessee Transfer from David Lipscomb College, Basket- ball, '39-'filg Track, '40-'41g President, English Club, '39-'41: Sports Editor, "Oracle," '40-'41g President, Senior Class, '40-'41, "T" Club, '39-'41. egg 3 2 AUSTIN ALLISON uf' Q I" aa MAIK Y NIzLL ANDERSON MEliliILL D. AUSTIN L. B. BAKBEE . I, ll I nv U NW, , " H uw "M" !'lIv!::Q,V-IN., , I I., I- 221: ' 1. Qian... 5' x 'rx L53 , ... H Q . H -gk . .wx .2 'iii-f . I I E 'J A . mx f g, '..i'l'..I , LOLA B. BROWN CLAUDE CARR jiinrirn' LIaI3 COUJDN DON D. BOBO ., rg., AUSTIN ALLISON B.S., A,gl'iF1IIf1ll'L' Silver Point, Tennessee MEllllII.L D. AUSTIN B.S., Agriculture' Sparta, Tennessee Tech Aggies, '35-'4l. - LOLA B. BROWN B.S. Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics ROBERT Luiz COuLsON B.S., Hisfory Algoocl, Tennessee History Club, '38-'4lg Folk Lore Society. Matliemati MARX' NIZLL ANDERSON B.S., History Bomn, Tennessee History Club, '55-'56. L. B. BARBEE B.S., Agrimflfurc New Middleton, Tennessee CLAUDIQ CARR B.s., limo,-y Algoocl, Tennessee , Home Erronomirs Club, '53-'54, '59-'f1l. DON D. Bono B.S., Malhcnmlics Lynchburg, Tennessee Cs Club, '59-'40g Debate Club. '40. NOTE: The following seniors registered too late to get photographs in the class: ' ALBERT A. ALLISON POLLY VETETO BI5THI3L B. NEWPORT CI-IARLII3 J. NVYLEX' I JAMES T. WILKINSON N. M. PEAVYHOUSE -..egg 33 Ee..- 3 CECILE CROCKETT JOHN A. ELLIS TI-IELMA GENTRY ROBERT F. HOWARD GEORGE LAWSON ,ge ' ' -' ' ' ut , , I . all vi I Q .' -' .V 2 -, . ..,. - we , i WT W V714 li ' T I " , X , '.1: ,I .,, J I X J W im, L. - L, f Q! . I NORA ELISIZ LIVINGSTON ET!-HSL MONTGOMERY Joi-IN MULLICAN I'iIL:.DA N1C1'1OLS PEARL NICHOLS CECILI1 CROCKETT JOHN A. ELLIS B.S., English B.S., Busimxvs Allardr, Tennessee Kingston, Tennessee THELMA GENTR1' ROBERT F. HOWARD B.S., English B.S., Ag7'iL'I!If1l.1'C Oneida, Tennessee Sparta, Tennessee Glee Club, '56-'37: Home Economics Club. '36- Tech Aggies, '34-'36, '41, 157: Student Christian Association, '56-'37, Trans- ter from University of Tennessee Junior College, English Club, '41. GEORGE LAWSON Nom ELIs1s LIVINGSTON B.S., Business B.S., History Hillsboro, Tennessee - Algood, Tennessee Business Club, '36-'41, Basketball, '56g C. A. A. History Club, '37-'41, Secretary, History Club, Aviation Pilot, '41, '37-'38g Debate Club, '57-'38, PI Kappa Delta, '40-'41, Entre Nous, '40. 'MARY ETHEL MONTGOMERY JoI-IN MULLICAN B.S., History B.S., Engineering Cookeville, Tennessee McMinnville, Tennessee HILDA NICHOLS ' PEARL NICHOLS B.S., Home Economics B.S., English Baxter, Tennessee Byrdstown, Tennessee Glee Club, '37-'41, Debating Club, '57-'58g Home Economics Club, '57-'41g Tech Christian Association, '37-'41 3 Reader's Medal, '38g Dormitory Council, '40, President, '41. 34 1510-- x lil 1 1 R wi' MARGARET J. NIXON RICHARD OGlLX'IE 1 iw T . 4? , i 1 J its A1 . S-:fi E. I ' Lg I .TTF..,,14 . ,,,,. .. Ry f Riel ll E' MARY EVELYN RUTLEDGE VERNA SEABOLT ARNOLD SELLS I S T Q I ll 1 MRS. W. B. SWIFT WooD1foRD TERRY JAMES TODD MARGARET JOSEPI-UNE NxXoN B.S., Business V1N1rr'ru WARD NoRA WEST JAM,-,:,..Jm..4.l U RICHARD Oemvn: I ,A t B.S., CbUllI1Sfl'j' Monterey, Tennessee Columbia, Tennessee a' edmnhw 'W' Business Club. '36-'37: Secretary, Business Club, - ,inf . '37, Y. W. C. A., '36"37. 'I T MARY EVELYN RUTLEDGE B.S., English Gallatin, Tennessee Transfer from David Lipscomb Colleie, '59: Hume Economi French Club, '39-'41, Treasurer, Englis Club, '41. 40-'41, ARNOLD SELLS B.S., History Livingston, Tennessee History Club, '37-'40, Vice-President, History Club, '59, President, '-103 Debating Club, '59. WOODFOIRD TERRY B.S., Business Cookeville, Tennessee W Physics Club, '34-'55, Business Club, '34-'35, '59-'40. VINETTE WARD B.S., English Baxter, Tennessee English Club, '37-'59, Debate Club, '38-'599 Entre Nous, '39-'41, -..gif 35 EQ.- Xiu W4 B.S., Home Ecor1o111ic.v VERNA SEABOLT Cookeville, Tennessee cs Club, '57-'58-'41g Science Club, MRS. W. B. SWIFT B.S., History .,,, Algood, Tennessee i JAMES TODD B.S., Agricrllinn' oodbury, Tennessee NQRA Wesr B.S., History Robbins, Tennessee 2 I ski V03 GN 255 f Tennessee Polyfecbnic Institute from the Ah 'H " , W. M ef -.." .., rn X H MK 151 mf YW 4515 137 Mtwizmylmlxx JUNIURS 37 W Felix Robertson Abel Dayton, Tennessee Agriculture joe Putnam Allison Cookeville, Tennessee History William Taft Andrews Livingston, Tennessee History Elizabeth Badgett Maryville, Tennessee English Alma Lorene Bayless Pikeville, Tennessee Home Economics Catherine Bilbrey Livingston, Tennessee History Eudelle Billingsley Buffalo Valley, Tennessee Business Willa C. Mott Boman Cookeville, Tennessee History IOR --Mfr 38 ian-- Ernest Houston Boyd Cookeville, Tennessee Pre-Dental Albert Henry Bryan Watertowfn, Tennessee Civil Engineering Willis Oscar Bryant Tracy City, Tennessee Agriculture john Bullington Cookeville, Tennessee General Engineering Howell Bush Braclyville, Tennessee Agriculture Clarence Cobbs Springfield, Tennessee Business Herman Collier McMinnville, Tennessee Electrical Engineering Mary P. Conde Nashville, Tennessee Binlogy Jane Cooke Cookeville, Tennessee Business Blanche Coulson Algooci, Tennessee Home Economics james Crawford Cookeville, Tennessee Civil Engineering james Moody Crouch Decherd, Tennessee Agriculture James Crowley Cookeville, Tennessee Chemistry Mary Sue Cummins Cookeville, Tennessee Business Iumes R. Daniels Monterey, Tennessee Agriculture Edna F. Darwin Gainesboro, Tennessee History 9 --e939 lie Fannie Lou Davis Oakdale, Tennessee History Glen Davis Cornersville, Tennessee Business Nelson High Davis Ritldleton, Tennessee Agriculture H. P. DeBord Pikeville, Tennessee Agriculture David Dicus Cookeville, Tennessee industrial Arts Jimmy Dicus Cookeville, Tennessee Industrial Arts Houston Dorris Nashville. Tennessee Agriculture James Driver Monterey, Tennessee Business J I Henry Dyer Cookeville, Tennessee History James E. Dyer Cookeville, Tennessee Industrial Arts Maude Elrod Silver Point, Tennessee Home Economics Ernest English Erwin, Tennessee Business William Fitzgerald Celina., Tennessee Civil Engineering Lemuel Houston Gill Monterey, Tennessee Business james Gilley Murfreesboro, Tennessee Agriculture Perry Godsey Crab Orchard, Tennessee General Engineering OR -..ggi 40 Ee..- Nina L. Gore Livingston, Tennessee English Edward Gracey Cookeville, Tennessee History Hugh Edward Green Riddleton, Tennessee A,gri1:ulture Garland Harris Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee Agriculture William G. Hart Shelbyville, Tennessee Industrial Arts Elizabeth Ann Hawkins Livingston, Tennessee 'Home Economics james Hendrixson Smithville, Tennessee Business Dorothy J. Hinkle Springfield, Tennessee Home Economics Charles Hodges Cummingsville, Tennessee Agriculture Charles Hollaclay Cookeville, Tennessee Electrical Engineering Ray Wfendell Horton Cookeville, Tennessee Engineering Ovzl Sue Hufiine Brotherron, Tennessee Business Bertha Eloise Hunter Ashland City, Tennessee Home Economics William Densmore Hunter Nashville, Tennessee Iilertricnl Engineering Philip Hutcheson Cookeville, Tennessee Business Jimmie Isbell Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics -25f4113+ Ann Wilson Jared Buffalo Valley. Tennessee History Henry Clay Jennings Sratesville, Tennessee Civil Engineering Jesse Ralph Judd Baxter, Tennessee History Mary Ruth Judd Cookeville, Tennessee Business Jean Julian Silver Point, Tennessee English Georgia Kearney Lafayette, Tennessee Home Economies Claude Keisling Monroe, Tennessee General Engineering Robert Lee King Springfield, Tennessee French larvis Lloyd Knight Cookeville, Tennessee Agriculture Frances Olivia Knowles Walling, Tennessee French Robert I. Lafferty Oakland, Tennessee Chemical Engineering Agnes C. Langford Cookeville, Tennessee Business McLewis Langford Celina, Tennessee Agriculture Juanita Lasater jasper, Tennessee Business Homer R. Lewis Elmwood, Tennessee Mathematics Nell P. McCormick Cookeville, Tennessee , Home Economics I R S -,Si 42 lies- Lois Elaine Majors Algoud, Tennessee Business Olivia A.. Minor Cookeville, Tennessee Business Fannie Montgomery Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics Maggie Lorine Moore Sparta, Tennessee Home Economics Mary Ruth Murphy Cook-eville, Tennessee Home Economics Geraldine M. Paris Cookeville, Tennessee Business Margie O. Parrott Livingston, Tennessee History Nelle M. Pearson Sparta, Tennessee Home Economics Rosemary Piepmeier Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics Kern Pitts Fayetteville, Tennessee Business Mary N. Potter Crossville, 'Tennessee Home Economics William Edward Prentice Old Hickory, Tennessee Business George Reed McMinnville, Tennessee Business Catherine Reeves Cookeville, Tennessee English Alvin C. Rushing Madison, Tennessee Industrial Arts l If J' Don Carver Russell Cookeville, Tennessee General Engineering sf 431-3+ Roy Sampson Elmwood, Tennessee Business Myrtle Irene Scalf Nashville, Tennessee Business Iva Jean Scott Lenoir City, Tennessee Business George A. Shelton Adamsville, Tennessee Industrial Arts Hubert E. Shepherd Carthage, 'Tennessee History, Arthur E. Simms Fayetteville, Tennessee General Engineering Hugh L. Smith Fayetteville, Tennessee ' Agriculture Jessie Lee Smith Silver Point, Tennessee Business Myra Isabelle Smith Cookeville, Tennessee English Williana H. Smith Willow Grove, Tennessee History Amon Snyder Smithville, Tennessee Agriculture Warren E. Speight White Bluff, Tennessee Agriculture james T. Spivey Cookeville, Tennessee Business Milbra Lee Spivey Cookeville, Tennessee Business Frank B. Stone Celina, Tennessee Agriculture Mattie P. Stone Sparta, Tennessee Business U IOR asf 44 1394-- Lusk C. Stubblelield McMinnville, Tennessee Business Stephen A. Sulentic Duluth, Minnesota Business William M. Taylor Pikeville, Tennessee Agriculture Geraldine Terry Cookeville, Tennessee Home Economics Roy Lee Terry McEwen, Tennessee Business Glenice Tinch Cookeville, Tennessee Business Bennett J. Travis Cookeville, Tennessee Engineering Hardy Vaughn Cookeville, Tennessee Agriculture Beulah Allison H ixlory Cookeville, Tenn. Foystcr Atkins Mafbcnmlic: Clnrkrange, Tenn. Clarence Bartlett l'lgl'iL'lll 1511 ru Cookeville, Tenn. Nell S. Beasley H isto ry Buffalo Valley, Tenn. Charles Breeding Cbvmislry Sparta, Tenn. Mattie B. Burton E11 Il cafio I1 Silver Point, Tenn. Vennic Carr BIISHIBXS Silver Point, Tenn. Anna L. Cliitwoocl English Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. 1 1 4 -:Iii 45 Eva M. Chitwood English Red Boiling Springs, Tenn Cornelia Clark English Haydenburg, Tenn. Leola Etta Ellis Home Ecorzomivs Robbins, Tenn. Hazel Gentle Englixb AWillow Grove, Tenn. Lula Pearl Gragg Bnxiucxx Algoocl, Tenn. Claude Hall Agriculhlrc Clarksville, Ark. Lois Herren Home Ecouomiux Silver Point, Tenn. Carlos. Herren Buxinexs Silver Point, Tenn. P W lil Ernest 'Hill Illrlustrial Arfs Kenney, Minn. Opal Hogan English Willow Grove, Tenn. , l Floyd Huddles ton Agriculture Livingston, Tenn. Pearl P. Kearney Efzglisb Lafayette, Tenn. Bonnie Keith Home Economics Whitleyville, Tenn, Joanna Looper Home Economicx Jamestown, Tenn. Barbara Lynn Home Economicx Gainesboro, Tenn. Helen Masters English Celina, Tenn. J U 1 My wi if 46 ga- , w C l g W. fl ,JW ff M Frank Medley I'IlSfO7'y 4 A Monterey, T 1 Q, or vp B lI.YI7IL'S.Y James town, Tenn. Robert Quarles Busincxs Wliitleyvillc, Tenn. Lucile Quillen Business Waynesboro, Tenn. Jeff Roberts Business Hilham, Tenn. Michael Emil Rukavina Hislory Virginia, Minn. David H. Satteriield Agricultzwc Russellville, Ark. J. Paul Sidwell Agriculture Celina, Tenn. Awe Litton J. Simmons Agricullu rr' Spencer, Tenn. Hazel Sligcr Home Economics Cookeville, Tenn. Forrest Smith Home Economics Crossville, Tenn. J' 5' Ruth H. Smith K 31,9 Business ' l ' i X Ry il X WX XJ Smitlwille, Tenn. soak is 'T Q W, ld .xi .t ' Deiinar Stealtley K - X s C KJ 5 ' , Businrss Xi Cookeville, Tenn. Iva Lee Tallent 4 Home Economics Brotherton, Tenn. Willie May Verblc B-usiness Algoocl, Tenn. Callie Joe Waggoner English Smithville, Tenn. Horace Jefferson Wald rop Agriculture Lynnville, Tenn. Kent Walthall Mathematics Monroe, Tenn. 9 4 9544719- Kathryn Warren H islory Cookeville, Tenn. William Prentice Warren Industrial Arts Gallatin, Tenn. Elise Watkins Hislory Willow Grove, Tenn. Fred Webb AgfiCILlf1l1'E Livingston, Tenn. Walter Wilson Wells Business Nashville, Tenn. Thurman C. Whitson Chemistry Cookeville, Tenn. Bcn Durham Wilson Cbemislry Madison, Tenn. Ernest Sampson Wood Agricul tu rc Jamestown, Tenn. Rosalee Wright French Bruceton, Tenn. veqxfsh 5co nE a.of-uzmgg uvwu EHAM icAMo5fEL u T ' - 'If-CLUQB fsmsrn-mfs' 'Z Q GQACEY a srooea in WHITE R-ATS ARE Tlilffl voeus ' P 7 ,BEWILDERED FRESHMEN ---.,-------- -.-v- ---Q-Y .3 L .- fy. If q ik -uk,-Z . MM V. 1...q T , ,. -..dwg 48 Ea.- HNUFHHHSSMIN Elizabeth Adams Pikeville, Tennessee Gene Butler Alford Harriman, Tennessee Jessie Mae Allen Cookeville, Tennessee Mrs. Roberta Anderson Gainesboro, Tennessee James Terrel Anderson Boma, Tennessee Martha Andrews Sparta, Tennessee Cloyd Arney Livingston, Tennessee Sam Collier Ashton Hohenwald, Tennessee james Austin Baxter, Tennessee james Baggett Nashville, Tennessee Braxton Bandy Sparta, Tennessee Edward Leamon Barber Saltillo, Tennessee Martha Barrom Lucy, Tennessee Benton Bilbrey Crossville, Tennessee Willie Rebeth Billingsley Cookeville, Tennessee William Blake Jamestown, Tennessee Iris Mona Blakeley Helenwood, Tennessee William Blue McMinnville, Tennessee SOPHOMORE so ae-- Alden Chester' Boynton Pikeville, Tennessee Frank Clayton Bridges Tullahoma, Te nessee N, .. 16 Q J Q5- I4 an U9 'A Garnett Bridges Springfield, Tennessee Walbert Cecil Brooks .lHmEstown, Tennessee Dallas Brown Jasper, Tennessee M, Hcttie Orenc Brown Willoxv Grove, Tennessee jane Brown Nashville, Tennessee William Pepper Bruce Franklin, Tennessee Roy Francis Buglaee Tullalmorna, Tennessee Reba Pauline Bullington COOICEVUIG. Tennessee Geneva Frances Burgess Sparta, Tennessee Ettmo Elizabeth Burris Cookeville, Tennessee Charles Cagle Jasper, Tennessee John Cardwell Carthage, Tennessee loe Madison Carlton Jasper, Tennessee Carl Eugene Carter Granville, Tennessee Ellen Marie Carter Granville, Tennessee James Carter Sardis, Tennessee ov T64 kqf. Pleaslflie. OM- 5 ii Wa Leila jean Chaffin Gainesboro, Tennessee Elbert John Chapman Lynchburg, Tennessee Dorman Clark Gainesboro, Tennessee john Edd Clouse Cookeville, Tennessee Martha Cobbs Springfield, Tennessee Emma Nell Cook 1-Iilham, Tennessee Mattie Lee Cope Algood, Tennessee Lillian Coulson Algood, Tennessee Edward Cox Haydenburg, Tennessee james Crowell Chestnut Mound, Tennessee Charles Culbert Ashtabula, Ohio Richard Paul Cumby Sparta, Tennessee - Artis Daniel Willow Grove, Tennessee Jewell Dillon Algood, Tennessee Harmon j. Dowell Celina, Tennessee .F Mary Katherine Dudney Gainesboro, Tennessee Blanchard Dunavin Baxter, Tennessee Robert Evans Hohenwald, Tennessee af 51 Ee-- Frances Evins Smithville, Tennessee Pauline Farley Monterey, Tennessee james Finney Lynchburg, Tennessee Billie Fisher Dayton, Tennessee james R. Fitzgerald Celina, Tennessee James L. Forkum Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee George Howard Fowler Lynnville, Tennessee Charles Wilbur Freels Glenmary, 'Tennessee julia Gamble jasper, Tennessee Anna jean Garner Cowan, Tennessee Thomas T. Gentry Cookeville, Tennessee james H. Gilliam South Pittsburg, Tennessee Wesley L. Godsey Crab Orchard, Tennessee Charles E. Golden Sparta, Tennessee Olon Wyant Gore Livingston, Tennessee Herbert R. Graham Creston, Tennessee Zenith Manning Greer Jamestown, Tennessee Lois Wells Grigg 4 Carthage, Tennessee I l Harry G. Grisham Elmwood, Tennessee Oakley Haggard Silver Point, Tennessee Geneva Clyde Hall Gainesboro, Tennessee Mrs. Emma H. Hargis Crossville, Tennessee Maude Loretta Hawkins Livingston, Tennessee Bernice Austin Hayes Sparta, Tennessee Lester D. Hayes Monterey, Tennessee Toye Lester Hayes Huntland, Tennessee James O. Hazard Nashville, Tennessee Virgle E. Henley Alto, Tennessee George F. Henry Cookeville, Tennessee Murrel Carrol Henry Cookeville, Tennessee james L. Higginbotham McMinnville, Tennessee Streater Hix Shelbyville, Tennessee Virginia H. Hodges Livingston, Tennessee james A. Hoffmeister Cookeville, Tennessee Mildred C. Hollirnan Difficult, Tennessee Elphia Edith Holt Hilham, Tennessee OPHO oREs -..sgl 52 lg..- A Ava B. Honeycutt Wartburg, Tennessee Johnye Reba Hoosier Double Springs, Tennessee Robert J. Howard Sparta, Tennessee Ruby Idell Howell Baxter, Tennessee Aletha Evelyn Huddleston Livingston, Tennessee Clarence H. Hudgens Sparta, Tennessee Bernice H. Huffine Goodlettsville, Tennessee Robert M. Hunter Nashville, Tennessee William R. Hutson Sparta, Tennessee Charles C. Jacobs Pelham, Tennessee john 'l'al'madgc jared Bulifalo Valley, Tennessee William Owen Jarvis Sparta, Tennessee Jessie Louise johnson Cookeville, Tennessee Maymie Sue johnson Cookeville, Tennessee Winona Johnston Sparta, Tennessee Frank Allen just Nashville, Tennessee Leiron B. Keisling Byrclstown, Tennessee Daniel William King Springfield, Tennessee Rita Marie LaFevre Cookeville, Tennessee Joseph Ernest Lane Cookeville, Tennessee Herman Clois Langford Livingston, Tennessee Forrest Wilford Larkin Hnntlanrl, Tennessee Siegel Lawson Robbins, Tennessee Lera Bernice Lee Monterey, Tennessee Mary John Lee Cookeville, Tennessee Louise Leftwich Buffalo Valley, Tennessee Grady Mac Lemons Algood, Tennessee Ernest Little Monroe, Tennessee Notie Lucille Little Monterey, Tennessee William Alvis McClung Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee Augusta McClure Kingston, Tennessee Ernest' Millard McCord Bethesda, Tennessee Bernard McDonald Monte rey, Tennessee Margaret McDonald Ivyton, Tennessee Ruby Carolyn McDonald Elmwood, Tennessee John Horace McKinney Fayetteville, Tennessee 5 3 lga..- Frances Mabry Viola, Tennessee Oleen Majors Algood, Tennessee Laura Evelyn Martin Byrdstown, Tennessee Lenola Martin Byrclstown, Tennessee Doris Massey Monoville, Tennessee Glenn Massey Elmwood, Tennessee Cordell Masters Celina, Tennessee Myrtle Maxwell Baxter, Tennessee Mrs. Beatrice Mayberry Cookeville, fTennessee Francis Whitson Maynard Silver Point, Tennessee Thomas Lafayette Miller Sparta, Tennessee Mary Elizabeth Milligan Monterey, Tennessee Anna jo Montgomery Gainesboro, Tennessee Annie Clara Montoye Huntlzmd, Tennessee David Franklin' Moore Algood, Tennessee Gus Miller Moore Stanton, Tennessee john Thomas Moore Algood, Tennessee Joseph Howell Moore Centerville, Tennessee Jimmie Pau,line Moredock Sparta, Tennessee William Eugene Morgan Monterey, Tennessee Vivian Loraine Nash Baxter, Tennessee Isaac Moa Neal Forbus, Tennessee Arbie Norrod Crawford, Tennessee William Howard Owens Tullahoma, Tennessee Eugene Byrd Patton Kingston, Tennessee Joe Rhea Patton Baxter, Tennessee Joe Parker Paty Lebanon, Tennessee William Andrew Peace jellico, Tennessee Doris Nettie Phelan Rutherford, Tennessee Conley Elott Phillips Cookeville, Tennessee jess Denton Phillips Baxter, Tennessee Margaret Marie Phillips Cookeville, Tennessee Terrace Byron Pitt Ashland City, Tennessee Margaret Coe Plumlee Celina, Tennessee Millard Percy Plumlee Celina, Tennessee Merle Virginia Price Lenoir City, Tennessee -:iff 54 lan-- Ruth Elizabeth Proiiitt Spring City, Tennessee Walter Thomas Qualls Cookeville, Tennessee Lee Sadler Quarles Gninesboro, Tennessee Ruby Uldean Raines Byrdstown, Tennessee Jessie Delois Reed Algood, Tennessee Thurman Durell Reynolds Wirmingliam, Tennessee Wilbur Benton Rigney Summitville, Tennessee Mary Alice Roberson Algood, Tennessee Ralph Kendali Roberson Pikeville, Tennessee June Talbott Rochester Fayetteville, Tennessee john Millard Rose Monterey, Tennessee Joe Rushing Madison, Tennessee Durell Xllfilliams Scott Granville, Tennessee Sophia Elsie Sells Byrdstown, Tennessee XVilliam Shadden Crab Orchard, Tennessee Herbie Richmond Shanks Cookeville, Tennessee A J. T. Simmons Campaign, Tennessee Robert Earl Sims Sparta, Tennessee Frank Campbell Smartt Manchester, Tennessee Arnold Smith Cookeville, Tennessee Mrs. Sara jane Smith Cookeville, Tennessee Dorothy Lee Smith Gallatin, Tennessee Evelyn Lee Smith Gainesboro, Tennessee Howard Hnssler Smith Wfirmingluam, Tennessee james Floyd Smith Rockwood, Tennessee Juanita Smith Cookeville, Tennessee Lionel Ashley Smith Silver Point, Tennessee Louye Smith Smithville, Tennessee Richard Young Smith Springfield, Tennessee Virgil Newton Snow Flintville, Tennessee Ida Frances Spurlock Granville, Tennessee Ethel Denora Stamps Baxter, Tennessee Charles Sanders Stanton Cookeville, Tennessee Mary jane Steakley Chattanooga, Tennessee Claborn Stewart Cookeville, Tennessee Paul Thomas Stewart Lynchburg, Tennessee aft' K 'S"'7"' fC Q,-1149! 5 z,.,-.9 N1 1 C - fm .,Wc,c,a.Af. M4 ffwfle.. ffff M Albert Houston Swallows Martha Cziperton Swallows Crab Orchard Tennessee South Pittsburg Tennessee Manchester Tennessee Livingston Tennessee Cookeville Tennessee Cookeville Tennessee Marshall Vernon Trent Sneeclvxlle Tennessee William Bucy Trigg Fayettevxlle Tennessee Winchester Tennessee Clay Francis Upchurch Ramie Remus Upchurch H wwf G Pan 9' gff1fifQ'? if. 2222 i Mrs. Ona Amonett Byrdstown, Tenn. Hettie C. Barker Crawford, Tenn. -iplsennetlm Bowden 2539-A uf-e"f:Q Helena, Tenn. vw lv-'TL ,.f""iJ P' Amd. up L. Uxww TJ " '. Lf' fl L .'Aif4'J, Odell Brascl fa x f.,,.Recl Boiling Springs, Tenn. f,iN'i"id:J',"'- Ava Sells Brown .w"i .. Monroe, Tenn. V.. " H I Mrs. Nell Nash Campbell '10, Baxter, Tenn. .4 , I ffm N. ' , - . U f ' -I ffkoscoe Qmainhersk I Pansy Crouch Flatts, Tenn. QM Jesse Delk 4 , ,, . ,,.v,n,,, g . , L T, . W. - N. , tk.. ' E E. -'V' Jamestown, Tenn. X , , , .- if , ,. ' , ,Mg kr. 1 , - Af. + f if Mares Rosa E. Delk Jamestown, Tenn. -5 Mrs. Oma Freels A 9 . :pix D Elgin, Tenn. ik J N' 'l XXX ' it 'l li? l if-N5 H N 'Q fx 'N Emma Galloway li Burrville, Tenn. 5 Pm N. - s, A 5 .1 no Re K . ns ,.v ., ii .1 P ,JJ VN. ln N r , ""if'rAndit Keeton 7 X., ,, r it S we P V .U Blanche Hawkins cl Boiling Springs, Tenn. Arah Howard b 1 Sparta, Tenn. X,.ri'x I ""'F""- X "1" Oneida, Tenn. .'l,fQ .FEI N '. l .1 I. , ,.:'-' l wi ' 4 ri-'L ' ,. ,if U .4515 ,V ...'--.X- "' Y i Grady Mac Lemons Algood, Tenn. Ellen Lewis Ravenscroft, Tenn. --Q-will 5 6 Ee-- Mfffrfzf .fs U9 ...W Vallie P. McCormick Cookeville, Tenn. Mrs. Lucille Maxwell Livingston, Tenn. Mrs. Jane Taylor Mott Cookeville, Tenn. Wiley Neal Asberry, Virginia Hallie P. Norrocl Crawford, Tenn. Golda Ogletrec Livingston, Tenn. Hubert Arthur Parker . . 9 Springville, Tenn. ,'x Ruby Poston 'Xu X, 5 Livingston, Tenn. x -N ' -ivfnj' .1 , 1 . ,lx if ' Gueary' Reed Y ,.,.' Q' XE Sparta, Tenn. Q -5 y j ,X -.1 ., Arthur Clay Simeoxlifgi M-.F -XR Crawford, Tenn. . Q --' " X 'Q J 'V nib'-A f ' '-J '- . ' ,,.. KIM. ,V ' N I ' by Lem M.'Snow:,""'Q-'ly' my , r TgediBoilinig YSprings,l'iTei1'ii.':gi,, -- if -,., W5-J' ' 'Doyie L1"Steele - .if S'Pa'rrai""Tenn?'1.li'i 0 .', .iz lr X Mrs. Martha B. Stewart I A Livingstonwnn. il d C. W H' a nn. ilial M Gil V. n o rey, en . irgin o r ' Gain sbor Ten I CJ FTD R cc Wa S' Coo evil , Tc . X w Grey Duncan Aetna, Tenn. sf We G56 ' go! fffffwffwffqwiiyf fp!! Willia A. XValker Sparta, Tenn. Bernell Ward Sparta, Term. Elbert Freeman Ward Sparta, Tenn. Velma Olean Ward Hillmm, Tenn. XVilliam Clyde Warren Livingston, Tenn. Robert Bryan Waters Cookeville, Tenn. Ellen Dee Webb Richard City, Tenn. Jesse Phillip Wheat Hilham, Tenn. Dorothy Wllitteliburg Pleasant Hill, Tenn. Willialn Clarence Wfilhe Millington, Tenn. Dan Claude Williall1s Gadsden, Tenn. M16 l m law lliiliil E252 S7 ke..- Edna Belle Williams Red Boiling Springs, Tenn James H.' Willialns Cookeville, Tenn. Phillip J. Willis Manchester, Tenn. Woodrow Wilson Grimsley, Tenn. Odell Winfree New Middleton, Tenn. Seleta. C. Wiselnan Tullahoma, Tenn. Kenneth Witcher Red Boiling Springs, Tenn Roy Edward Wood McMinnville, Tenn. John B. Wriglit Jamestown, Tenn. NVilliam F. Wrigllt Ducktown, Tenn. W I - K, TENNESSEE IVWTER CAFETERJA STEPS PILE IT HIGH YOU STUDYTHERE PEPPERfS ROOM , INTERESTING ISNW'IT MAJOR' Fosresz BAND TRIP IVHO'S WHO GIRLS MAY AY ' ATRACK MEET -'wif 59 Joseph Adkins Chattanooga, Tennessee Mildred Dean Allen Old Hickory, Tennessee Marcelle Alley Knoxville, Tennessee Brice Randall Alsup Cleveland, Tennessee Elise Jewel Amonett Boom, Tennessee joe Kenneth Anderson Lancaster, Tennessee Oliver Apple Chestnut Mound, Tennessee Red Sidney Paul Arnold Wheat, Tennessee joseph Augustus Ashburn Decherd, Tennessee Clinton Stone Ault Pikeville, Tennessee Hazel Ausmus Speedville, Tennessee' Barnette Lee Austin Sparta, Tennessee james Edgar Austin Memphis, Tennessee Marie Austin Baxter, Tennessee 'Lorenzo Dorland Baird jellico, Tennessee Millie Mae Barker Jasper, Tennessee Horace Greely Bean Vester Elwin Blevins - Oneida, Tennessee Hazel Opal Brock Wartburg, Tennessee Geneva Edwin Brown Pleasant Hill, Tennessee Boiling Springs, Tennessee ESHM -..gf 50 Katharyn Mack Brown McMinnville, Tennessee Margaret Frances Brown Springheld, Tennessee Melvin L, Brown Celina, Tennessee Charles Browning Springlield, Tennessee Willie Lewis Buck Algood, Tennessee Bethel Harding Butler Willow' Grove, Tennessee Tom Cliiorcl Campbell Tullahoma, Tennessee. Kenneth Stacey Carlock Cleveland, Tennessee Anna Marie Carmack Cookeville, Tennessee Hugh Judson Childress Cookeville, Tennessee Harold Eugene Clark Whitleyville, Tennessee joe Albert Clark Wlillow Grove, Tennessee Mary Elizabeth Clark Sparta, Tennessee Robert John Clouse Crossville, Tennessee Anna Sparks Coifelt Cookeville, Tennessee Mary Elizabeth Cole Huntland, Tennessee Albert Cleveland Condra South Pittsburg, Tennessee William Clarence Cooke Cookeville, Tennessee james Harold Copas Willow Grove, Tennessee Neil Wilson Coppinger jasper, Tennessee Louise Corlew Charlotte, Tennessee Helen Grace Covington Cookeville, Tennessee Henry Oren Cox Crossville, Tennessee Charlotte Warden Cunningham Fayetteville, Tennessee Claude Henry Cuzzort Nashville, Tennessee Wzirren Hill Cuzzort Nashville, Tennessee Geraldine Davis Livingston, Tennessee Williain Cleveland Davis Cookeville, Tennessee s Robert L. Derrick Rockwood, Tennessee Clarece Naomi Derseweh Ridgetop, Tennessee Nntie Mae Dilldine Baxter, Tennessee Sallie Hurst Dinwicldie Elkton, Kentucky Roy Lecil Donaldson Celina, Tennessee George Doubleday. Nashville, Tennessee Josephine Drake Cookeville, Tennessee Randall Dulworth Willow Grove, Tennessee Leanord Roy Duncan Counce, Tennessee Billy Dyer Cookeville, Tennessee Jacqueline Laverne Earle McMinnville, Tennessee Clifford Eldridge Le wisburg, Tennessee 61 Jigga- Loretta Marie Ellis Robbins, Tennessee Helen Harriette Ervin Chattanooga, Tennessee William Philip Ervin Crossville, Tennessee Leda Evans Livingston, Tennessee Mary Ellen Faulkner Nashville, Tennessee Leon Felknor Dandridge, Tennessee Harold Bryan Fletcher Springfield, Tennessee Ocie H. Foster Gordonsville, Tennessee Mildred Jane Franklin Monroe, Tennessee Martha Ruth Fults McMinnville, Tennessee John Straley Gamble Chattanooga, Tennessee john Arlton Gaw Celina, Tennessee Charles Douglas Gentry Cookeville, 'Tennessee Fred Gilbert Springtield, Tennessee Evelyn Jewell Goddard Doyle, Tennessee Mildred Golden Sparta, Tennessee James Howard Gore Livingston, Tennessee Nancy Priscilla Grace Baxter, Tennessee Gracie Mae Gregory Gainesboro, Tennessee Elisha Luther Grove Viola, Tennessee James Nichols Guess Cookeville, Tennessee Iris Helen Guider Lenoir City, Tennessee james Russell Hale Sparta, Tennessee Frances Nannell Harding Silver Point, Tennessee Christine Harris Algood, Tennessee Finis Ewing Harris Cookeville, Tennessee Audrey Susan Harrison Crossville, Tennessee Joanne Keyes Harrison Crossville, Tennessee Louie Campbell Henley Tracy City, Tennessee Russell Howard Herndon Pleasant View, Tennessee Kathleen Grady Hicks Cookeville, Tennessee Arnold Stanley Higgins Chattanooga, Tennessee Ralph Vlalter Higgins Benton, Tennessee Harlan Albert Hinds Rickman, Tennessee Nicholas john Hociota Benton, Tennessee Arlice Houston Hodges Livingston, Tennessee Anna Belle Holliman Difficult, Tennessee Arnelita Horn Monterey, Tennessee Howard Thomas Horn Cookeville, Tennessee Quentin F. Horton McMinnville, Tennessee RES 62 ie joe Caldwell Howard Kenton, Tennessee Leon McKinley Hubbard Barryville, Tennessee Alvin Houston Huddleston Livingston, Tennessee Thomas E. Humphreys Santa. Fe, Tennessee Sterling Benson Hunt Ashland City, Tennessee Ralph K. Hutcheson' Cookeville, 'Tennessee Pearl Hyder Brotherton, Tennessee Guy Thomas jackson Springneld, Tennessee Marry Ellen lakes Nashville, Tennessee Roberta Mildred Jared Baxter, Tennessee William Robert ,Iarrell Springtield, Tennessee Billie Jenkins Hillsboro, Tennessee Alfred Lionel johnson Baxter, Tennessee Eugene B. Johnson Lebanon, Tennessee J. C. johnson Kingston, Tennessee Robert Harold johnson Columbia, Tennessee Abner Lee jones Columbia, Tennessee Arlen Franklin Jones McMinnville, Tennessee Benton Charles jones Gainesboro, Tennessee Ira. Jack jones Manchester, Tennessee W. J. julian Silver Point, Tennessee joseph Marion Kearney Lafayette, Tennessee Mable Mary Kenner Mooresburg, Tennessee Paul Barry Lanabertli Cottontown, Tennessee Robert Burton Lay Oneida, Tennessee Howard E. Ledbetter Livingston, Tennessee Billy ltlarguerite Lee Cookeville, 'Tennessee Lois Lorranc Lee Cookeville, Tennessee Melvin Christine Lee Huntland, Tennessee Robert Edward Lee Gainesboro, Tennessee Wilina Lorelle Leonard Crossville, Tennessee John Edward Lineham Hartford, Connecticut Wilbur Rufus Lish Nashville, Tennessee Kathryn jean Little Pikeville, Tennessee Kenneth Locke Gainesboro, Tennessee Morford W. Locke McMinnville, Tennessee Ruby Thelma Loftis Cookeville, Tennessee Ruth Reba Loftis Cookeville, Tennessee Biiou Frances Looper Livingston, Tennessee Pieola Deane Looper Algood, Tennessee 63 lieu'- Albert Roger Lynn Gainesboro, Tennessee -Christine Evelyn Lynn Gainesboro, Tennessee Katherine F. McDonald Ivyton, Tennessee Ben Curtis McGown Nashville, Tennessee Marjorie Ruth McMahon Chattanooga, Tennessee Charles Eugene McMurray Kingston, Tennessee Elsie Aline Macldux Cookeville, Tennessee Frances Janelle Maher Lenoir City, Tennessee Mather Juanita Mann Nashville, Tennessee Robert Condra Marbury Tullahorna, Tennessee Orclla Martin Byrclstown, Tennessee Wlilliam Herbert Martin Martin Springs, Tennessee Sara Margaret Mason Cookeville, Tennessee james Dillard Massa Cookeville, Tennessee Ida Geneva Matthews Algooel, Tennessee Melvin Eugene Maxwell Algoocl, Tennessee . Nannie jo Miller Pleasant Hill, Tennessee William Brock Miller Sparta, Tennessee Willie Heston Milligan Sparta, Tennessee Joe Hillis Mills Sparta, Tennessee Willene Millsap Sparta, Tennessee Hazel Minton Baxter, Tennessee john Howard Mitchell Livingston, Tennessee Arthur Wilson Montgomery Cookeville, Tennessee Betty Love Moore Algoocl, Tennessee Mrs. Thelma C. Moore Granville, Tennessee Wlilliam David Morgan Cookeville, Tennessee Elizabeth Morris Pleasant Hill, Tennessee Grace Evelyn Morris Monoville, Tennessee John Allison Morton Graysville, Tennessee Charles Edward Moudy Springfield, Tennessee Hailie Lillian Nelms McMinnville, Tennessee Lea Ogeal Newman Cookeville, Tennessee William Tell Newport Norma, Tennessee Jack Hamlin Nichols Fayetteville, Tennessee Leonard Earl Ours Smithville, Tennessee Martin Tinch Pack White Bluff, Tennessee Williarn Benson Page Nashville, Tennessee Tom Gregorios Pappas Copperhill, Tennessee Marcus Hardy Paris Cookeville, Tennessee RE S -ag 64 lem- H Sara Varena Paris ' Brush Creek, Tennessee Orella Belle Parris Byrdstown, Tennessee Nell Corinne Parrott Boom, Tennessee Gloria Camille Patterson Livingston, Tennessee Hubert Hugo Patterson Livingston, 'Tennessee Paul Laymon Patterson Dandridge, Tennessee Fred Beasley Peery Hohenwald, Tennessee Betty Blanche Phillips Cookeville, Tennessee john Travis Phillips McMinnville, Tennessee Bion Hargrave Picpmeier Cookeville, Tennessee Captola Pitcock Memorial, Tennessee Ephc Wesley Pitts Fayetteville, Tennessee Claude Hamilton Plumlce Celina, Tennessee jean Pointer Algood, Tennessee Rohert H. Poteet Cookeville, Tennessee Geneva Dale Potter Viola, Tennessee Cecil Prater McMinnville, Tennessee Jessie Louise Pruett Gaineshoro, Tennessee James Winfred Ragland Springfield, Tennessee john Roger Ralph Goodlettsville, Tennessee William Thomas Ramsey McMinnville, Tennessee james Nicholas Rector Sevierville, Tennessee Alva Elizabeth Reneau Celina, Tennessee Robert Taylor Rhea Cookeville, Tennessee William Hibbett Ridley Smyrna, Tennessee Mildred Odessa Roberts Cookeville, Tennessee William Bryan Robertson Springfield, Tennessee Fred M. Rockwell Deer Lodge, Tennessee George Lawrence Rogers Jasper, Tennessee Swep Maurice Rogers Algood, Tennessee Elizabeth Ann Rose Lancaster, Tennessee Marvin Odell Rose Crossville, Tennessee john Fauntley Roy XVatertown, Tennessee Odell Rush Cookeville, Tennessee Albert Mallory Russell Nashville, Tennessee Ross Graham Russell Nashville, Tennessee Mildred Irene Sain McMinnville, Tennessee John Ervin Sanders Old Hickory, Tennessee Ella Bernice Scott Lansing, Tennessee Irene Castle Scott Monroe, Tennessee Allie Marie Sewell Byrdstown, Tennessee Wilina Sewell Baxter, Tennessee Robert Lee Shannofr? Rockwell, Tennessee Estill Sherrill .EST Hillsboro, Tennessz? Q Spring City, Tennessee George Edward Smith Jasper, Tennessee 4 SH Mary Elizabeth Smith Cookeville, Tennessee Willard Bryce Smith Gallatin, Tennessee Imogene Lydia Sneed Robbins, Tennessee Cora D. Snodgrass Sparta, Tennessee Oscar Julius Snow Pikeville, Tennessee Dorothy May Spivey Cookeville, Tennessee Fowler L. Stanton Baxter, 'Tennessee julia Savannah Stanton Cookeville, Tennessee john Calvin Steincipher Spring City, Tennessee Frank Berton Stewart Sparta, Tennessee Luther Clarence Stewart Cookeville, Tennessee Clarence Willard Stinson Old Hickory, Tennessee Lydia Esta Story Monroe, Tennessee Donovan Bernard Stringham Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee -ef 65 1131-0-- lack Fred Stringham Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee Thomas Kirk Suddarth Gallatin, Tennessee Mary Jo Swafford Pikeville, Tennessee Charles Dewey Tabor Brothertown, Tennessee Doris Lee Taylor Whitleyville, Tennessee Elmanda Taylor Byrdstown, Tennessee jimmy Lee Taylor Smithville, Tennessee Juanita Christine Taylor Cookeville, Tennessee Ernest Terry Cookeville, Tennessee Sara Althea Terry . Cookeville, Tennessee 4 M Rodney Thomas Q' ' anchester Tennessee lbert Lee Thompson 4 Cookeville, Tennessee Lester Earl Thompson I-lohenwald, Tennessee Johnny Ed ward Tigue Springfield, Tennessee Robert Henry Tilley Harriman, Tennessee Foster C. Todd Braclyville, Tennessee Floris Herbert Tompkins Sparta, Tennessee Alfred Algood Vaden Cookeville, Tennessee Reva Veteto Cookeville, Tennessee James Cecil Waggoner Carthage, Tennessee FRE H y +24 66 Catherine Rozellc Walker Cookeville, Tennessee john Arnold Walker Cookeville, Tennessee J, P. Walker Livingston, Tennessee Van Smith Walker Crossville, Tennessee Anita Wert Wall Cookeville, Tennessee Frances Chasteen Warden Manchester, Tennessee Mary Frances Waters Cookeville, Tennessee Florence Purlee Webb Shelbyville, Tennessee Thurman Lee Webb Cookeville, 'Tennessee Raymond Harris Webster Buffalo Valley, Tennessee Elizabeth Marie Weyenburg Cookeville, Tennessee john A. Wlhite Lebanon, Tennessee Lillian Marie Whitsnn Cookeville, Tennessee Pearl Rosia Whitson Cookeville, Tennessee Bryan Douglas Wiggins Cookeville, Tennessee Lola Mae Wilhite Sparta, Tennessee Harris Hicks Windle Monroe, Tennessee Mary Etta Winning Sparta, Tennessee Ofa Marie Wood Rickman, Tennessee Thomas Edward Woodall White House, -Tennessee Fred Stephen Andes McMinnville, Tenn. Lee Allen Arnold Vfheat, Tenn. Clarissa Bilbrey Crawford, Tenn. Orlec Campbell Appleton, Tenn. Charles C. Collins Sequatchie, Tenn. Joe A. Comic!! Corinth, Tenn. Leonard Wfa rd Davis Spencer, Tenn. Clint M. Dowcll Celina, Tenn. York Fitzgerald Celina, Tenn. Virgil B. Flatt Baxter, Tenn. Donald Graham Jasper, Tenn. Williani E. Grubb Athens, Tenn. Margaret R. Haile Gainesboro, Tenn. Raymond Haley McMinnville, Tenn. Joe Hoover Centerville, Tenn. 67 Ew- Ezmrl R. Hyder Cookeville, Tenn. Pearl Hyder Cookeville, Tenn. Lucy K. McDonald Gordonsville, Tenn. Major J. Mabry Celina, Tenn. Brown Mitchell Woodbury, Tenn. Fred A. Mullinix Red Boiling Springs, Tenn joe F. Overstrcct Celina, Tenn. Robert Parker Braclyville, Tenn. George P. Pedigo Smithville, Tenn. Joe M. Sauls Woodbury, Tenn. Fannie Jo Smith Monterey, Tenn. Andrew Steele Nashville, Tenn. Lonas G, Swaiford Pikeville, Tenn. Albert A. Wllitc Cookeville, Tenn. Bill Willdle Monroe, Tenn, Virginia Wyatt Chestnut Mound, Tenn. ERONAUTICS GVOYHHI' Srbool Held in the I11r1'1zst1'ial Arts Building In October, 1940, Tennessee Tech inaugurated its Hrst course in aviation. A unit of the Civilian Pilot Training Pro gram for the training of pilots was secured. Twelve students completed the course and all passed the examination for 21 private pilot certificate with every grade above eighty per CCIIIL. In February a second class was organized and Its members expect to become full-fledged pilots by June. DAVIS C. BEERLIAN PEPPER BRUCE I JDI-IN A. BULLINGTON HERLIAN E. CoLLIuR JOSEPH M. CARL'l'ON ROY E. GIBSON ALONZO HAMBLIN CI-IARLIZS HIBBETT' JOHN W. MULLICAN FIRST CLASS JAIHES A. HOIIFMIEISTIER WILLIAM D. I'IU1NT1iR R. L. LAFFERTY BERNARD MCDDNALD SECOND CLASS RICHARD OGILVII3 WILLIAM PAINTER jon RI-mA PATTON RALPH RoBI3RsoN DAVID F. MOORE JAINIHS C. SADLER BENNETT J. TRAVIS ROBERT BRYAN XVATERS DONALD RUSSELL ARTHUR SIMMS ELLEN DEE Wrinn TI-IURMAN XVHITSQN ILOBIERT LED WRIGI-I'1' DR. R. O. HUTCHINSON, Grouml I7ZSIfl'1lCl0l' and Coorzfhzaior FRANKLIN P. MOORE, Flight Conzfractor R C NEWMAN, ORVILLE HUBBARD, CLYDE LEROY NVADI2, JAMES FRANKLIN XWIIITI2, Flight Inrfrzwlorc -..gil 68 13..- 4 i' 'A' 'Ir 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' ir if ir ir ir -lr al' " 5i5if:'5, f' ' inf ' 3 :MLN .Em ,., r r .59 1'-fra! 1 355.2 'i'.1. yy: 5. q A Tv1'4JJE.f ,g 55123 5:-.1 an 1 ef-il' 1 . 1-Liz' BACHELOR -0f- UGLINESS Malcolm Clark was claosen in a stmlenzf body election as an omfxzfunfli-ng senior possessing good qualities of leadership, 1IE1'S0'lZllliltjl, in- telligence, mul popularity. Mr. Clark is an agrivul1f1l1'e major and hails from Clay Coumfy. MALCOLM CLARK 70 MISS TECH Charlotte Wiley of Manchester was the senior girl elected by thelsturlevzt borly as having excellent qualities of lefmlershijl, per- sonality, intelligence, and popularity. Miss Wiley follows the footsteps of her sister, Doris, who attained the same honor in 1931. CHARLOTTE WILEY 3. ef 71 HOWELL A -wif 72 P R I N CE G F PERSONALITY Howell Bush was elected to this honor as jnossessing courtesy, -manly qualities, C1llf1l1'6, and style. Mr. Bush is from Woodbury and is very active in athletics. BUSH T E C H ' S SWEETHEART The honor of being the sc'booI's representa- tive of the girl possesxi-ng mueh facial beauty, good figure, pleasing style, and eul- ture goes to jean, Scott of Lenoir City. Miss Scott is secretary of the jzmior class this year. JEAN SCOTT if 73 13+ MAY UEEN The highest honor that can be given to a girl stnrlent at Tennessee Tech is that of being chosen May Queen. Miss Ruth Grace qf Baxter, having attained vnany honors and achievements, was elected to he the leading lazily at the May Day festivities. RUTH GRACE 74 til HG' HO Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 5.4 -hi 1- ie wen- .9 f 9' Students selected by the departmental heads for inclusion in the Wl1o's Who in American Universities and Colleg must show outstanding qualities in character, leadership, scholarship, and potentialities. A CLAIRE BRUNEI! Home Economics Cookeville ALFRED Pzzmao Engineering Cookeville ALBERT BRYAN Engineering XVater town n the names of these students from different schools is edited at University, Alabama. SENIORS ELECTED IN 1940-41 EVELYN COIRLIZXY' VIIKGINIA LEE FRITTS TQUTI-I GIKACTE B n si n mx Blasilzesx F ren cl: Charlotte Monterey Baxter SENIORS ELECTED IN 1939-40 FRANK ASHBUIIN JANIES S. BRoxvN DOROTI--IY GLISSON Hislory Elzgilleerillg Business Decherd Gallatin Memphis JUNIORS ELECTED IN 1940-41 XVILLIAM F1Tzc12RA1.D NIARY RUTH junta ELAINE NIAJORS Engineering Business Business Celina Cookeville Algood -..stil 7 5 Eh.- RICHARD I-Lws Engineering Madison ELISE RHEA Home Economics Cookeville KERN PITTS Business Fayetteville I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 HHHH+Im4H4I4I+U4N4SF 4- 45. -. '- Qqkixg ef 'Qiff c .J - J . L' 'T- A pa , . , ,. 9, in ,-, 'sg 1' f Pi 25:15- :rain -5-'Hn :qlo m , 4,15--. . 93' -I ' Ku P. THE EAGLE l ' ALFRED Praumo Exlifor CECIL CHAFFIN 1VIn11agUr THE EAGLE staff lms worked cooperatively this year to give the students E1 book of happy remem- branccs. It is the sincerest wish of the editor and all who have aided in publishing this book that you will like our work. 5 'l Sealed, L. fo R.-'ETHEL STAMI-s, ALFRED Pumco, CECIL CHAFFIN, RALPH PI3DIco, nm! ELIZABETH ROSE Stfmzliug, L. lo R.iNIxXRX' JOHN LEE, JAINIIES CRoxvI.IzY, NVOODROXV XVILSON, GARNETT BRIDGES, fuzz! T11-IURIVIAN XVI1ITsoN Siajjf lI1L'I1Ib!'l'X 110f prvsczlf are JAMES SIEAY BROWN am! JOHN ELLIS F 0, ,I- -ssuf 78 ig.. lla ' e THE TECH ORACLE Kim N PI'rTs Editor CHARLES CULBIZRT Mrnmger The Oracle was first published in 1924 with :I circulation of approximately seventy- five. Now the official publication of the institution has a circulation of over twelve hundred. During the school year, the staff has tried to edit a paper that the students would enjoy and, at the same time, publish the news of the various departments of the school and cover the happenings in general on the campus. f ww II ' Wes.-1 I, v- I ,Iam WH II III II Www :rigs II I II I X III II II Q E I I -. , II W. H II II mega II I. II! "li ll IU - """Me3tg'iI H I I 5., :wah I I. Illxv,-5 w G1 in Seated, L. fo 1i.TNANCY TRAVIS, CI-IARLES Cu1.IsIm'I', KIEIKN PI'rTs, VIliL7INIA L. FIQITTS, uml IVIARTHA BARROM Sfa1m'i1Ig, first 'l'01U-CHAXKLES CAGLIL, STANLEY HIGGINS, NEIL COPPINGER, IVIARGARET PLUMLEI3, GLENICE T1Nc1-I, XVYNDOLYN Bmuitn, SAIILER QUARLES, mul JOHN LINEHAM Secoml l'0lUiMCGILI. VYADEN, Bon SI-IAINNON, nm! jot LANE Members nal shown are CHESTER XVONIACIQ, Woounow XVILSON, AMELITA HORN, XVILLIE MAE BARRIER, ' uml BETTY Love Mooiuz '79 !!,3J First 7'0'lU'1CARlKOLL, KING, Conns, RUSSELL, SADL1311 Sccoml l'0lU'?HALL, RUKAVINA, Tucxuaa, HUTGHESON, MCDONJKLD, HENLEX' Third l'01U-HILL, A. RUSHING, HICKERSON, HUDDLES1'ON, j. RUSHING, STUBBLEFIELD, BRIDGES, Dolus Fonrlb l'01ll'-LEWIS, MULLICAN, HUNTER, SULENTIC, PRIEST, KIEISLING Fifth row-DAVIS, COAQH OVERALL, Biunuzv, Gmxcmr, Womzxcx, JOHNSON, BILLINGS, NVELLS, JENNINGS, ALI"ORD, COAG1-x lfnm, ABEL OFFICERS ROMAIN BILLINGS . . ,.,. Presidenl GLEN DAVIS .... . .Vice-Prexidenl WAL'1'ER WELLS . . . . .Secrelary L. C. STUBBLEFIELD. . . . . .Treasurer The "T" Club is open to letter mcn in all the major branches of sports. It is a well organized club whose purpose is to Strive to maintain clean, hard competition and to promote and create a greater interest in all lines of athletics. The club also furnishes entertainment for its members. The greatest event in the clulfs Social calendar is an annual dance. -MH 80 Eh.- -.t CHEERLEADERS The inspiration which a football team gets depends to a great extent on the student body and the student body depends upon the efforts of :n well organized and coordinating group of cheerleaders. LINEHANI, WEBB, XVALKIZR, ISBELL, Dxcus CAMvmsLL, BARKER, Honcus, WISEMAN, BRIDGES DR MAJORS Here are the drum majors and majorcttes who led the Tennessee Tech band to widespread fame during 1940-41. Their fancy stepping added zest to thc parades they were in. -wsgf 81 iff..- SIC SWING BAND Under the direction of Billy Trigg, the Tennessee Tech swingsters provided entertainment for many groups. They appeared at chapel exercises several times during the year, and it was interesting to tune in on the local rnclio station to hear them as the "Dixie Ambassadors." BAND Through the untiring efforts of Maurice Haste, music director, the Tennessee Tech Band has gained widespread attention throughout the Upper Cumberland region. Among the many achievements was an invitation to the Cotton Carnival in Memphis and also the privilege of playing at the inziugural ceremony of the Governor of Tennessee. gg Ein.- DEPART ORCHESTRA The concert orchestra consisting of twenty members performed at the Thanksgiving and Christmas programs, numerous banquets, and for the reception of President Derryberry. They will also play for the baccalaureate services this year. - 1 CHORUS The college chorus has given many programs this year. The chorus, orchestra, and band together made a trip to Warren County High School in McMinnville to present a variety musical program. Other appearances have been at chapel exercises and Religious Emphasis Week. gy, THE TECH GGIE OFFICERS CLARENCE LANCASTER V- ,... PfL'Si!lL'IIl,'FiI'.Vf Half HOWARD KING ...,.. LAWRENCE BA1vrL12T'r ......,,. Vim-Pmiflwf NELSON DAVIS .... hhll 5 ec,-ef,,,-3, - - ...,.... Ti'mzs1n'cr CLARENCE BARTLETT MELVIN BROWN - -- .,., Sergeant at Arms The Tech Aggies, one of the largest and best organized clubs on Tecl1's campus, has a sixfolcl objective. Its object is to foster a study of agriculture, promote scholarship in agriculture, provide recreational and educational entertainment for students of thc agricultural department, keep students of agriculture in touch with scientific development and discoveries in agriculture, impart this information to others, and aid agricultural students in financing their way through school by helping them to obtain positions. With such a worthy objective and good organization this club has become a great influence on the life of the campus. -Mai 84 Ea..- . . . ,Pr'L'sizlc'l1f, Sccoml Half 4 g SM i Vx , xx X X ' is at gl EP ,Xa :ts as il HOME ECC ICS CLUB OFFICERS CHARLOTTE WILEY . . . ........., ..... P resident MAUDE Eutoo . . . . .Vice-Presirleui ELIZABETH ADAMS . . . . .Secretary GENEVA Po'r'rErt. . . . . .Treasurer RUTH CROXVLEY . , .... Reporfer The Home Economics Club of Tennessee Tech was organized in 1929 by and for the students who had chosen home economics as their major. Since its organization, this club has grown into one of the largest and best organized clubs on the campus. " . -., We have cooperated with the Tech Aggies in a joint picnic during the fall quarter and a banquet in the spring. We enjoy being with the alumni at the banquet. The high schools in our district were Welcome visitors on our annual home economics day at which time they gave us :i most interesting fashion show. , This year we were happy to be joint hostess at a ten for the Interscholastic Literary League and the Intercollegiate State Speech Tournament. I -..egg 85 Ee..- Rxcrmnn HAYS CECIL CHAFFIN THE SOCIETY OF TENNESSEE TECH E GI EERS OFFICERS . . . ,Prcxirlcnt Vice-Prcsirlerzf ALBERT BRYAN Vice-Prcxizlcllt Jixmns Fosrnn . . . V D A -Se,7,e,5,,y DoN PAINTER . . . T1'e:1x1lrcr' 1 'fu 1:7 -vi--Q 5-1 I. 2,,. -' This society was organized in 1930 by engineering students for the purpose of uniting by means of social and technical programs the different phases of engineering, and to promote the interest of engineering in general. In the years since 1930 the society has continued to grow and now it is one of the largest and most active of the departmental clubs. The society, besides its regular bimonthly meetings, sponsors picnics and field trips. The latter is for the purpose of correlating actual engineering practice with classroom study. S6 Rei.- THE BUSIN SS CL DOROTHY GLISSON KERN Prrrs ..... EVELYN Conmzxv CHARLES CULBIERT OFFICERS . . . . .President . . . .Vice-Presizlenl . . . . .Secretary . . . .Treax11rm' 7 ff ,M Lafywf ' 44192 Z-QP' ' Za ' l M11- Jjccfbjrf' -4..-Al -. targus"-2, ' we The Business Club was organized in 1931 and is composed of students majoring in business adminis- tration. The objective of the Business Club is to advance technical, vocational, and professional education at Tennessee Tech, with a desire to further the interest of all technical training departments. The pur- pose of this club is to foster the study of business, encourage scholarship and the association of students for their mutual advancement, to promote closer affiliation between the business world and students of business administration, and to further a higher standard of commercial culture :md the civic Welfare of the community. +5-5 87 Ee-- bd-if if 9... v f THE PHYSICS CL OFFICERS VVILLIAM P. WARREN. .. .......... ,,,,,,, 11 ,-Lisi,-lent JAMES S- BROWN "-- .... V ice-Prexirfellf RICHARD HAYS . . . VI'. SL,C,L,f,,,,y BILLY OWENS . . . .... Treasurer KERN PITTS . .. 4'-. Repomw -n.-ul., fi""i" as The Physics Club was organized in 1933 with Dr. A. NV. Dicus as the sponsor. It is composed of students that are taking or have passed rx course in physics. The purpose of the club is to develop appreciation for physics and allied science, to bring its members into Contact with scientists from the outside world, and to secure wholesome social Contact between those with similar interests. gg Est., .4 f ff- f W? " F . . I if filwflyff V gf?-7-f if f'.,fW. wwf' A L9 ,,,,,W ff f W 4Q'f6wf'5"" ' 9' 1 XF ' fi 'E e DM, f if f' ff' ' WJ-4' fyf gli? fg f if Wfynmvfnv- -YL , THE MATHEMATICS CLU OFFICERS I-IURMAN WEBB . . . ............ ....... P resirlevzf CASSEY KILLIAN ...... ...., V ice-Prcsirlenl IvIAncAnE'r' PLUMLEE ..... Secrcfary I KENT WALTHALI. . . ...Treasurer n i 1 l li 5, 'Y' -7:19 ---' e -V e-'fwfa' May 404:14 af Qffruwhifggv A4 Thc Mathematics Club was organized for the benefit of those interested in mathematics. The clu ' helps to fulfill the intellectual :ind social needs of its membersg first by the study and discussion of interesting semitechnicnl :md historical topicsg and second, by enabling the students to become better acquainted with one another and with the professors. The club strives to show the different ways and means in mxithematics of today from those of ancient times, 89 fp.- THE I TER TIO AL REL T10 S CLU OFFICERS CORTLEY Burmoucrxs .... ..., F irtt Qzmrler President HARRY GMSHAM ----- .... S efonzl QINU'fl'7' Prvsiifenf STEVE SULENTIC ..,. ...Third Quarlm- Prexideul MICHAEL RUKAVINA - V .... . . .Vine-Prf'si11e11l Jesse Louise PRUETT .,.. ..., S ecreiary HARRY Gmsr-mM 4... T.mmm,, The Tech History and International Relations Club was founded in 1932 for the purpose of studying local history and to help promote better international relations. It endeavors to link past history with current events and also places special emphasis on foreign relations in its program. The club is affiliated with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and each year sends delegates to the International Relations Conference sponsored by this fund. This year the club won first place in both the stunt night activities and the boys' intramural basket- ball tournament. -..ag 90 13..- THiE'TECPICHiRlSTIA FnANK A51-IBURN .... JAMES SEAY BROWN. . . . JOE LANE ......... BEN WILSON .. VIRGINIA LEE FRITTS. . RUTH GRACE ...,. MAucAuE'r PLUMLEE ASSOCIATIO OFFICERS OF Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS OF Y. W. C. A. . . , . . . .President . . . .Vice-Presirlezlf Sccrclary-Trvanwer . . .Music Direclor . . . , . .President . . . .Vice-Presilimf Secretary-Treasurer The Tech Christian Association is maintained for the moral and spiritual development of the student body. All students are eligible for membership and are invited to attend its meetings which are held regularly under the direction of a faculty adviser. This organization cooperates with the ministers of Cookeville in encouraging students to attend the churches of their choice, sponsors the annual religious emphasis week and vespcr services, sends deputations to high schools and colleges, and brings inspirational speakers to the campus throughout the year. -..iii 9 1 EW.- THE TENN SSEE TECH BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS WYNDOLYN BARKER ,... ........... .,,,,,,. P 1- eyidgnf ALBERT JONES ..... ...... V ice-President MARTHA ANDREWS - - - .... Secretary-Trea.wn'nr The purpose of the Tech Biological Society is to promote :1 greater interest in biology and to keep the students of biology in close touch with scientific discoveries and developments in the Held of biological science. -..egf 92 Ige..- THE TENNESSEE TECH CHEMICAL OCIETY OFFICERS Jon GALLAGHER .. ,,.... President ART!-IUR SIMMS . . ..,... Virc-Prcsiflcnl ELEEN REESER , . , . YSz'c'rclary-T1'm1x1n'cr . H YL ig ii H TI Y Az- J' The Tech Chemical Society strives to draw :ill students interested in chemistry :incl chemical work as a profession into a closer spirit of cooperation with the professors of zu most unique and complete depart- ment. It gives ample consideration to all branches of a progressing Held-that of chemistry. -sgf 9 3 Bw.- TRE US OFFICERS EVELYN CORLEW , . . . . . . . ,.... President, First Half RUTH GRACE - -- .... Prexirlant, Second Half Ouvim KNOWLZES .. ...... Vie:-President ROSAT-EE WRIGHT --'- . . .Secretary-T1-casurer W- J- JU'-TAN ---- .... S ergermi mf Arms This club, first organized in 1939 as the French Club, was reorganized last year when a major in French became possible. Entre Nous means "Among Ourselves,"i and the purpose of the organization is to provide opportunity for independent initiative in the use of the French language and to develop fellowship among the students. The club is taking an active part in campus life and for two years now has been host to the annual High School French Tournament. -..,-,gf 94 Ee..- THE GLI CL OFFICERS Cuizsrun WOMACK . . . ..... Prcsirlent MYRA SMITH . , .... Vice-Presiflcut NANCY TRAVIS . . . . .Srvrelary MARY RUTLEDGE . . . ,Tremmrer l This year the English Club has gained a place for itself among the outstanding clubs on the Tech campus. Taking part in various school activities, this year's membership, which is greater and more active than the membership of the previous year, has furthered the purposes of the club. They have striven to impress upon other members of the student body the value of the English department and the place of English in every student's daily life. This has been done by inviting nonmembers to hear outstanding speakers who have been on the elub's programs throughout the year, and by entering various social functions. Programs this year have consisted of lectures, declamations, readings, and book reviews on such topics as religion, government, art, and music. The club participated in "Stunt Night," entered a candidate in the annual popularity contest, and in the winter quarter made a trip to Peabody College in Nashville as guests of the dramatics department for the play "Smilin' Through." 95 E+:- SPEECH ACTI ITIE A class in speech activities was organized last year for the purpose of training students in the art of preparing a speech and delivering it before an audience. Members of this class are trained for use in the Debating Club. They receive one hour credit for their work. a' 1 'i ' , PI KAPPA ELT The Tennessee Delta chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, at national honorary forensic fraternity, established in the spring of 1940 'through the efforts of Mr. Herman Pinkerton, speech director, constitutes the first and only honorary fraternity on the campus. The purpose of this organization is to stimulate progress in, and to promote, the interest of inter- collegiate oratory, debate, and public speaking. This year the outstanding event of the fraternity was the sponsoring of the annual meeting of the Tennessee Intercollegiate Forensic Association. --1-if 96 lee-- LIBR RIA DE ASSISTAN Mr. Snclgrove, wil.h his eighteen student assistants, nmlses library Work both easy and pleasant. They are allways ready to give prompt, courteous service. PECIAL N. Y. A. TUDE TS These youths, under the instruction of their supervisors and teachers, Mr. Elmore, Mr. Gresham, Mr. Byrorn, and Mr. Lewis, are a vital part of the national defense program. They are learning the fundamentals of sheet-metal construction, use of sheet-metal machinery, and electric and acetylene welding. Their schoolwork is in related fields, engineering, and industrial arts. These boys are doing good work. I ---ef 97 ire-- ? w 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 w r - ,J 9 . ' . .Z-.L A Q-A 1 N , 4 4 42'-1 .a ' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 ,, ,. .wx -V- K "- ' Qtriiff Q 2' 2: fi?-Z5 f f. ,T I vi? ,Q , 4,, 4 .W 'j -.- , pgfil .11 -I ,- 54 -J. X35 ,-, 4:2 La? ff., 42311: is ,Lv 222232 fl' 7211: Q ,gg-, .5 qv 4: 345' F FOOTBALL Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Ten nessce Tech Tech Tech Tech Tec li Tech Tech Tech 1940 .,l6 U13 U35 R E C O R D 0 Chattanooga ., 6 Sewanee ...... 0 NVest Kentucky Youngstown .. Maryville .. 0 Vanderbilt .. 0 Murfreesboro . NVest Tennessee, . . ....28 ....l3 ....25 ,.6 .,..28 ..0 .,.,21 ..6 CHATTANOOGA, 28--TENNESSEE TECH, 0 September 27, at Chattanooga The Eagles opened their season when they met the University of Chattanooga Moccasins' on the University of Chattanooga athletic Held. The first quarter showed no noticeable gains by either team, each using punts to prevent the other from gaining yardage in its territory. Toward the last of the quarter the Moccasins began a march which, when the quarter ended, placed them in scoring position. Tucker mul Hutcheson form a blL1'1UlU'l?. againxf the !l!ll"I!lICl'llH?lIl of A'Illl'Ii1I of XIKIIIIIU rbifl l ' T . V 1 Y , . .fi I- - .F - , fl, 'l - 1 1 , . . , Q sir- Wwe: -. '.'.. . ' '....v , .. -Wu it O 'ff i t ::"gat': .i"'iif.ifii'ff4i3v",!'1513:- T-ll " '- -V ' .fha 'IJ' 7 v.: .f,sB3Q,?s.T.AQ4'.wt.2 . V qpkaai- 'K,.1.Q1Lgf,Ql.45'v, an -, G. I , N 4-.W 'Je - ssgffgsggyjl fig.. 3-ig?-?Q.na.:,3:.m.:.. - '-' . '. " L- , gee . 5 lj-N V 5, - 1 ,.w"-4 vsif'6f.g:vg- f- 4 1 . w Nm. 1.-if ' ' " 123 l'n,.,i' ' '- ill. YQE' 'F ig' 5'3ifi'2i5is3:5 5 " I orarie.: " 'T' . ' , :ii ' -N l, e ' W. . 3 . .,.,. . ' s"' :fy?ff'--': ,-W -Jr ie ' F WF ii...-, . rg. - . 3' , 1 -- . , ia... A-.t ,. qt, , ey . df-, ., -4. ---- U -V,-'.:.k 43. ":.: -.: E, -V ' v-'y,A,fl-.VA :gl l ix-'LPI' ' ' , V -Hemi 'Q Yi :Q x '- .JU 'a it SE P i QQ? 2 if . t -- P 1 pw f wr ite . -.- ,X - " Ju ,.-.,.f.-.1a...,- J- vi , , gy- --' ,,K fWiv,y ggaefftgil' 'Z Q J ..........-,ev 1 . ...-. . 9,:'aa 43.1, -... fir .- 15...-,f,.1ea Y ' If. A ,, :" .' -.5 ' 'A " W-9? ,5lr2sEz:W. 41 n-f ef-4-ea:--.V L4 - 'f 1:1 . .-ff .-ral.: '-:fs -:.ff"v:..'f-:ig .V f - - ':5-'f'r'1-,r.,-2:.,"'..l'.9fl'-ivs"?f'i5'e'.1,aTt' we-'ff .P -.1 -' --we V - - . - , -41 1-...kan-.f.:2.2: , -.-'55'.flci'f5Ei'll" -:Ls ' dvi'-' 5. Til.-l'42...". f ' i l-3L"r5"" if I Ir' 'im' 'i-YT: Vw -A5 1 'T' S'1'5""' M - ' - Y ' f:frg.l:-Yegas-'.3i.gy,-7.0-'Sea-43,1 s- L..--',Ef.1-I'-sr: --fl:'l"f 5-'e5'1.f'f? .nail-QL" 'M' I' e i ' " -4 .. f.-e. ., . sh Rilklll-'iflll fakes off on ll wide enrl 77171 ngainsf Nil1l'j"1f'iIIL' wifb Pele Davis Imnling inlerfereuce 1 01 Jef-- P. V. OVERALL Conch During the first minute of the second quarter the Moccasins finished their march to the goal. Combining passes and running at- tack the Moccasins finished the game on the long end of a 28 to 0 score. The Eagles' threat of the game came when a pass from Stubblefield to Cobbs looked as though the Eagles had started their comeback. Other passes fell incomplete. The backfield played good football during the whole game. MEMPHIS TEACHERS, 13-TENNESSEE TECPI, 16 October 4, at Cookeville Displaying a never-say-die spirit, the Eagles came from behind to down the West Tennessee Teachers, 16-13. The first half belonged to the Teachers. The Teachers' defense against passes and running attack held the Eagles while the Teacher fullback, Vulpen, sprinted fifty-one yards to the first touchdown of the game. The extra point was converted by a line buck. The half ended with the score 7 to O in favor of the Teachers. The Eagles came' back during the second half with the pep they lacked during the first. From their own twenty-one yard line the Eagles fought to the four-yard line. Rukavina made the remaining yards. The extra point attempt failed. The home team began another march with Alford completing 'f l V ARSITY SULENTIC Tucxeu Tackle Guard the 'drive for the score. A pass from Bridges to Priest ended the quarter 13 to 7. Vulpen headed an attack which netted the Teachers another score. The Eagles resorted to a field goal when the Teachers refused to allow the Eagles to pass their thirteen-yard line during the last few minutes of the game. The Held goal split the goal posts, ending the game I6 to 13 in favor of the Eagles. SEWANEE, 25-TENNESSEE TECPI, 6 October 12, at Sewanee The Sewanee Tigers duplicated last years' defeat of the Eagles by rolling up a score of Z5 to 6. The Tigers started their drive early in the first quarter and crossed the Eagle goal line twice before the period ended. Having made only two first downs to eleven for the Tigers in the first half, the Eagles began a dangerous attack with Bridges at the passing end and with Cobbs, Priest, and Salmon receiving. With the ball in scoring territory and with the Tigers expecting passes, Salmon plunged over for the lone Tech score. Tccb goex over for a loueladowu against Maryville ut Ihr 1707116-C'0llLi11g game in ,X 'K if em CALVIN FREY Joi-IN BINNS F. U. Fosrn WESTERN KENTUCKY, 6-TENNESSEE TECH, 0 October 19, at Bowling Green In a toss-up game, October 19, the Tech Eagles lost by the score of 6 to 0. A twenty-yard pass from Crouch to Dooning spelled defeat for the hard-hitting Eagles. Frequent fumbles in- terrupted scoring threats by each team. Early in. the irst quarter, Western, on 11 steady drive, Went to the Tech ten-yard line but no further. In the third quarter of the game, Zoretic of Westerii, carried the ball to the Eagle three-yard line and Crouch went over for a touchdown, but the play was called back. The Eagles registered eighteen first downs to twelve for the Hilltoppcrs. YOUNGSTOWN, 28-TENNESSEE TECH, 13 October 26, at Youngstown, Ohio Youngstown scored in the first quarter after Tech had repulsed one drive. A pass from Congemi to Bob Burns in the end zone accounted for the score. Salmon electrified the crowd with a Hfty-yard dash on the first play following the kickoff. Early in the second quarter found Salmon smashing over for one of Tech's scores. -Af-:tl 102 R FOOTBALL Aicllo, after some beautiful ball handling, added another score for Youngstown. The half ended with Youngstown leading, 14 to 6. The third period was a scoreless affair with the Pcnquins registering fourteen points in the final frame while Tech came through with seven. Perantoni scored from the two-yard line for Youngstowifs third score. Tech closed the gap at 21 to 13 on a pass from Stubblefield to Salmon. Heber skirted end for Youngstown for their final score. MARYVILLE, 0-TENNESSEE TECI-I, 35 November 8, at Cookeville The Eagles did justice to the occasion by beating Maryville, 35 to 0 in che annual home-coming classic. The Eagles kicked off to Maryville. Maryville fumbled on their own twenty-five-yard line. Salmon went off tackle for the Hrst touchdown. At the beginning of the second quarter, Pete Davis intercepted a pass on Maryville's thirty-yard stripe. Rukavina took a lateral from Davis and raced behind beautiful interference to cross the goal line. After Rukavina had advanced the ball into scoring territory, Alford Went over for the third tally. Later, in the second quarter, Davis again intercepted a pass, returning the ball to Maryville's thirty yards. Stubbleiield went over for a touchdown. The Eagles thirty-nine-yard line. On a double reverse, McDonald picked up were unable to score during the third quarter. Early in the final period Stubblefield's pass to Cobbs put the ball deep in Maryvillels territory. Stubblelield went over for the score and Cobbs kicked the extra point. Maryville did not threaten during the game. VANDERBILT, 21-TENNESSEE TECH, 0 November 16, at Nashville The Tech Eagles led a delegation of the band, the student body, and practically all of the citizens of Cookeville to Dudley Stadium to try to duplicate the tie of 13 to 13 which they rolled up last year. Breaks and close decisions proved fatal to the Eagles. Result, the Eagles went down fighting with the score of 21 to 0 in favor of Vanderbilt. , T 1940 SQUAD Front row, L. lo R.-ArLN1ax', KING, Baowu, RUKAVINA, HENLEi', HICKEIKSON, jmuzn, MULLICAN Srcoml row-,Ix5NN1Nos, SULENTTC, ABEL, JOHNSON, KEISLING, SA'r'r11aFI12I.D, HUNTER, T'IILL, BAGGETT, Bruannx' Tbiril l'0lULCOAC1'I OVERALL, Couns, Davis, hWAL'I'HA1.L, MCDONALD, BILLINGS, TUCKER, HUTCkIESON, A. RUSHING, Gaacm' Las! row-Coacrt Fiuiv, il. RUSHING, S'I'UBlil.lEFIliI.D, Bamoiss, Piulzsr, HALL, ALFORD, SALNION, S1'oxv13 Qtrainerj Every Tech supporter was 'highly pleased with the performance of the home team. The XVALTER WEI.LS M rumger Commodores took no chances as they left their first team in the game for three quarters. Benton Bilbrey, sophomore fullback, was the outstanding player of the game. Outstanding for the Commodores was Bushmiaer, who, although unable to penetrate the Eagles, pass defense, proved a dangerous running threat. The outstanding feat of the game was a seventy-four-yard punt of Stubbleiield. l MURFREESBORO TEACHERS, 6-TENNESSEE TECH, 0 November 28, at Murfreesboro A State Teachers' completed pass in the third quarter spelled defeat for the home team in the annual turkey-day clash. After a march of three consecutive first downs the Eagles fumbled. The reward was a penalty of half the distance to the goal line. From this point the Teachers made the lone score of the game. Lacking necessary pep to score, the Eagles contented themselves by holding the State Teachers College team to the single tally. The Eagles threatened during the last minutes - of the second-quarter when they made four unsuccessful attempts from the four-yard-line. The Eagles made Efteen first downs to the Teachers' eight. The Eagles attempted seven passes, completing only three. The Teachers attempted seven, completing four. 103 ITY Frou? l'0lU-SMITH, BUSH, SADLER, Bxtmtnv, CAPTMN Womack, Couns Burk l'OIL'iHENRX', ANDERSON, McCo1to, PHILLIPS, Davis, WELLS, COACH OVERALL DECEMBER 8 The Golden Eagles opened their 1940-41 basketball season with the University of Tennessee quintet on the University of Tennessee court in Knoxville. The Vols, led by Thomas, kept well ahead of the Eagles all during the game. W0l113Ck led the scoring of the home team with eleven points. Final score was 46 to 27 in favor of the Vols. JANUARY 6 The next game was played with the Jacksonville, Alabama, Teachers on the home court. The Eagles came out victorious by the score of 37 to 29 in one of the most thrilling hardwood classics ever played on the local court. The Eagles forged ahead early in the game and at the half period led 17 to 13. Consistent playing kept the home team in the lead. JANUARY 8 In their first meeting with the Vfestern Kentucky quintet, the Eagles were defeated 42 to 16. W0111HCk,S thirteen points weren't quite enough to down the superior XVestern Kentucky five. JANUARY 10 On January 10, the Eagles played host to the team from David Lipscomb. Womack played beautiful basketball for the benefit of his former colleagues. His points totaled eighteen. Final score was 47 to 32. . JANUARY 11 The Eagles played the Thoroughbreds from Murray, Kentucky, on January 11. In a thrilling battle, the strong Murray team won by a margin of one point. The score was 30 to 29. Failure of the home team to cash in on foul shots cost us the, game. JANUARY 18 The Tech Eagles lured the Sewanee Tigers from their den to chalk up a neat score of 49 to 27 in favor of the Eagles. The Eagles began a drive early in the game which made the final outcome of the clash a certain victory for the Eagles. JANUARY za , In an overtime play-off in which Tech had only four men on the hardwood, the Teachers forged ahead to beat the visiting Eagles 42-41. The Eagles took an early lead and were ahead 28 to 18 at the half-way mark. The Teachers tied the score at the end of the third period. Three of the Eagles fouled out, leaving only four men to Hnish' the game for the Eagles. NVells led the scoring by chalking up a total of fourteen points. JANUARY 24 The Eagles were handed a second defeat from the strong Murray team on january 24. This time the Thoroughbreds took advantage of being on their home court and chalked up a 66 to 26 victory over the Eagles.. Culp, of Murray, led the scoring with fifteen points. 104 Ee..- BASKETB LL ,BILBREY ' Bos!-1 Conns Davis MCCORD SMITH Forward F 0 r wa rd Fa rum rzl Giza rrl Cen fer F0 l"lL'0 rd xVEI.LS Gmml Womack COPPINGER Cllflfllfll Mllllllgfl' For wnril W01l1tlCk reaches for Ibn goal in fbe game wifb flac On january 28, the the Tennessee Tech court. to decide the clash 42 to goal decided the game in On January 31, the Blacklidge. NVomack, of home team showed that opponent as they held the Chattanooga Moccasins JANUARY za Tennessee Wesleyan College team met the Tech Eagles on In a hard-fought battle, an overtime period was required 40 in favor of the home team. Wells' neatly placed field favor of the Eagles. JANUARY 31 Eagles met the Delta Staters with their All-American, Tech, outscored the All-American by one point. The they couldn't be frightened in the face of a superior Delta State Five to a 41 to 36 defeat over the Eagles. -..sgf 105 Ee..- FEBRUARY '4 The XVestern Kentucky Teachers invaded the Eagles' nest and carried away a victory over the hard fighting home team. Witli the large Westerii Kentucky men towering over them, the Eagles played good hall to hold the quintet 51 to 31. ' FEBRUARY 8 One of the most exciting of the home games was the West Tennessee Teachers-Eagles tilt here in which the Eagles downed the Teach- ers 32 to 29. The first period ended 21 to 21 with both teams giving all they had. Neither team was more than three points ahead of its opponent during the period. Pete Davis was especially outstanding as a defensive player. Bilbrcy seemed to get every ball off the hacltboard. The team as a whole gave one of its best performances of the season. Womack was the high score man with thirteen points. FEBRUAY 9 The Eagles journeyed to Cleveland, Missis- sippi, to be defeated 41 to 37 by the Delta State Teachers in a Saturday night tilt. With plenty of pep and fight, the home team showed what they could do when they met real oppo- sition. Wells led the scoring for the Eagles with eleven points while Blacklidge led the scoring of the game by marking up twenty points for the Delta. FEBRUARY 18 The University of Chattanooga visited the Cookeville court to return home a sadder but wiser quintet, having suffered a 43 to 24 defeat at the hands of the Eagles. Barbee of the University of Chattanooga led the scor- ing with twenty-four points. Womack of Tennessee Tech was second with twenty-two points. FEBRUARY 21 Proving that the Eagles were superior to the Sewanee Tigers, even on the Tigers' home ground, the Eagles again finished on the long end of a 42 to 23 score. Womack scored more points Qtwenty-sixj than the whole Sewanee team. FEBRUARY 26 The Eagles motored to Chattanooga where they encountered the University of Chatta- nooga Moccasins. Wells led the attack, closely followed by Womack and Smith. Final score was 35 to 32 in favor of the home quintet. Front row, L. to R.-UPCHURCH, Mooiua, Woninck, COBBS, MCDONALD, RUKAVINA Second rouf-Cizowufv, Bmeiuav, S'l'1lAKLl'iY, HENRY, I-Iix, HART Third miu-PRIEST, Dicus, Gimcev, LANCASTER, Rus:-imc, Faux' fCOIlI'lI, Tech had Z1 large and well trained track team this year. The schedule was rather short, but it was a tough one. A number of the boys: Sulentic, shot putg Gracey, discus throwerg and Steakley, pole vaultg have been rather outstanding. The boys in the running events have done good work also. School Vanderbilt .... Sewanee. ....... , ....... . . University of Chattanooga, . . . Western Kentucky Teachers T. I. A. A. Meet.. .,.,. ., -,sf 106 T31- Q... Duie April 5 April 12 April 18 May 3 May 10 P1 rmr' There Here There Here Sewanee Store W'-" They 39 76 69 44 60 71 NTOORMAN 4Coarl2J, Drcus, I'TAMBLIZN, HOFFMEISTER, ASHBURN, LANE, f'I1ENI.EY, Bnuciz The tennis team lost all but one man last year, but there have been some good replacements this year. Alonzo Hamlnlen, captain, is the only man left from last year. The schedule this year is rather hard but the team has an excellent chance of making a good record for the season. SCHEDULE School Dale Murray Teachers ..... April 12 johnson City Teachers... April 17 University of Chattanooga. .. April 18 Sewanee ,.............., .... A pril 19 University of Tennessee .... April 24 Johnson City Teachers. .. April 25 University of Tennessee .... April 30 Sewanee .................. May 3 University of Chattanooga. . . May 8 State Tournament ..,........ May 9-10 Western Kentucky Teachers. , . May 16 Murray Teachers ...,.,.... May 17 Lambuth College. . . ....... May 24 Western Kentucky Teachers... May 31 'ffif 107 like-- Sro rv Plan' We They Here 1 6 Here 5 2 Here 4 3 Here 7 0 There There Here There There Sewanee There There Here Here 1 FRESHMA FOOTB LL From' l'0IU'-LOCKIZV, STEELE, XV!-IITE, HELDRIDGE, TUCKER fcflflfllillj, TIGUE, PRAT1-TER, CLARK, HUNT, BROWN SFIFOJHI' TUIUTIVLORGAN fAXXi.Yf!ll1f Courbj, HUTCHESON, WOODALL, CUZZORT, DOXVELL, RUSSELL, RAGLAND, AUSTIN, BUTLER, JACKSON, COPPINGER fTI'lIl7lll?l', Tbirrl row-THOMPSON, R. RUSSELL, LAY, CARLQCK, MRSSA, XVALKER, LAMBUTH, Busr-I, BINNS fCrmrbJ Abxenl from l?iCfIll'l"TlLI.liY, FLETCHER, Moumf, Cl-IILDRIESS, NICMUIKIKAY, NVIGGINS cMtIIltlg0l'J BA KETB LL Front f0'1U1TIGUE, MOUDY, PARKER, WALKEIK, XVENDELL, LKLCMURRAX' Bank row-Rooms fMlI11dg8fJ, RAGLAND, NENVPORT, AUSTIN, FLETCHER, LAMBETH, GILBERT, DOUBLEDAY 108 FRE MAN FOOTBALL OCTOBER 4 The Baby Eagles opened their season with a trip to the mountains to encounter the Sewanee Fresh who defeated the Eagles 7 to 0. NVith a 0 to 0 deadlock at the half-way mark the Eaglets looked as though they were going places. As the third quarter opened, Logue took the ball on the kickoff and footbal OCTOBER 1 2 1 game in which the deciding factor was the teim which had the most reselve strength, the Laglets went down fighting on the small end of 1 33 to 7 defeat The Tech Frosh weic ihcad at the half, 7 to 6, but they soon exhausted their reserves and fell victim to the University of Chattanooga eleven. OCTOBER 25 raced ninety yards to pay dirt. Kiger converted the extra point. Every Tech man played commendable l. - In . ' ' ' ' ' ' a ' ' . i 3 ' 7. ' ' Y ' ' . ' . . ' ' A . ' l ful drives by both teams. Tie Murfreesboro Frosh visited the home gridiron to be held 0 to 0 by the hard fighting Baby Eagles. Neither team threatened the goal line of the other. The game consisted of a series of unsuccess- NOVEMBER 1 Tech's Baby Eagles fell at the hands of the NVest Kentucky Fresh, 24 to O. The first half ended in a 0 to 0 draw, but with the opening of the second half, the Kentuckians started their scoring attack and made twelve points in the third period and added twelve more in the final period. Tech's passing attack from Tucker to Locke was completed but failed to score. The Eagles' entire forward wall played a bruising game. FRESHMA BASKE ALL School Baxter Seminary, . , Vlestcrn Kentucky, . . . Cookeville High .... Willow Grove High .... Gainesboro High .... Cookeville High. . . Charlotte High. . . . Kingston High .,.... NVest Kentucky Frosh -..agf 109' ly... Dale January 6 January 8 January 10 January 11 January 18 January 23 January 28 January 31 February 4 Score V470 They 34 15 13 33 24 14 30 26 34 28 39 9 37 24 31 17 35 21 GIRLS, ATHLETICS A gi ezrZ5zVw L Ag .EEE Wllwr: wean: 3 Us 'P . 5 6 1 V J Under thc direction of Miss Elsie Jobc, Tech girls may participate in many sports. Intercollegiate sports for girls are not sponsored at Tech, but they may compete with each other in intramurals. The sports consist of tennis, archery, basketball, badminton, and tumbling exercises. -..sal 110 gt..- flaws QQ 0gZgt"'fM' we tlcc fwwg wc. Ziff? Appreciation , . . The members of the staff of the 1941 TECH EAGLE take this oppor tunity to express our sincere thanks to the business firms of Cookeville and surrounding communities that have cooperated with us 1n the publication of this yearbook. The success of this book lies in the financial aid received from these business men. It is our belief that loyal Tennessee Tech students will return the kindness from year to year to the business firms whose advertisements appear on the follow ing Pages' CECIL CHAFFIN, Business Marzagw if TENNESSEE POLYTECHNIC I N S T I T U T E COOKEVILLE, ' TENNESSEE Four-Year College Courses Leading to Bachelor o Science Degree with Major in AGRICULTURE-BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ENGLISH-HISTORY-HOME ECONOMICS ENGIN EERIN G-MATHEMATICS-SCIEN CE The Cost to a Student for Nine Months as Low as 5250100 for Board, Room, Booles, Fees CATALOG WILL BE MAILED ON REQUEST , the TERRY BROTHERS Everytlaing to Weaf' WEST SIDE DRUG CO. Wfatches Silverware Diamonds ' Bordens ewelry Company COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Davis, Mott 8: Son Poultry and Eggs COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE INDEX Ashburn, Joseph ,.... Ashton, Sam Collier. . . Atkins, Foyster .... ..60 Page Abel, Felix Roberson .... .. 38 Adams, Elizabeth .,.... . . 50 Adkins, Joseph ........ . . 60 Alford, Gene Butler .... .. 50 Allen, Jesse Mae .,,,.. .. S0 Ausmus, Allen, Mildred Dean. . . . . 60 Austin, Alley, Marcelle ...... , . Allison, Austin ...... Allison, Beulah ,....... Allison, Joe Putman. . . Alsup, Brice Randal. .. .. 60 Austin, Austin . . .. 45 Austin, .. 38 Austin, Austin, N33 a Ault, Clinton Stone. . . Hazel ,.... Barnette Lee. . Edna Marie. Jarnes .,.... James Edgar. . . Marie ..,... Merrill D.. . Amonett, Elise Jewell. . . . . Amonett, Newton .,.... . . Amonett, Mrs. Ona ...... .. Anderson, James Terrel .... .. Anderson, Joe Kenneth ,... .. Andersen, Mary Nell. . . . . Anderson, Mrs. Roberta. . . . . Andes, Fred Stephen .... .. Andrews, Martha ,.,.... . . . . . . Andrews, XVilliam Jesse .,.. .... Andrews, Wlilliam Taft ..... .. Apple, Oliver ............ .. Arney, Cloyd ......... . . Arnold, Lee Allen. ,.... .. Arnold, Sidney Paul .... .. Ashburn, Frank L. ..... . . 60 56 56 50 60 33 50 67 50 24 38 60 50 67 60 27 Badgett, Elizabeth ,.,. Baggett, James ....... Baird, Bandy, Barbec, Barber, Barker Barker , Barker, Lorenzo D. .... Braxton , ...... L. B., ........ ,. Edward Learnon. . Hettie C. ......, . Ruth W. ..... . Willie Mae. ..,. . . Bartlett, Clarence ,....... Bartlett, Dewey Lawrence ..... Bartlett, Mrs. Virginia C. Barron-1, Martha ......... Batch, Audi J. ....... . Bayless, Olma Lorene .... Bean, Cleburn Hessen .... P age 60 50 45 60 60 60 24 50 60 60 33 38 50 60 50 33 50 56 24 60 45 24 24 S0 24 38 24 ROYAL TYPEWRITER The Wo1'Zd's Easiest Running Most Dependable W'riting Machine Every Student Needs One Either in the Standard or Portable Model ROYAL TYPEWRITER CCMPANY 510 Deaderick Street Nashville, Tennessee S. WEAVER, Representative INDEX Page Bean, Horace Greely ..., .. . 60 Beasley, Nell S. ...... .. . 45 Bilbrey, Catherine .... . . . 38 Bilbrey, Clarissa ,..... . . . 67 Billingsley, Eudelle ...... . , . 38 Billingsley, Willie R. ,... . . . S0 Billings, John Romain .... . , . 25 Blake, William .,....... . . . 50 Blakeley, Iris Mona ..... 50 Blcvin, Vcstec Eleyin .... 60 Blue, William ..,....... . . . 50 Bobo, Don D. ...,....,. . . . 33 Boman, Willa C. Mott. . . . . . 38 Bowden, Kenneth ......,. . . . 56 Boyd, Ernest Houston .... . , . 38 Boynton, Alden Chester, . , . . 50 Brasel, Odell ........... . . . 56 Breeding, Charles ,...,. . . . . . 45 Bridges Frank Clayton ....., . . . 50 Bridges Herbert Matthew. . . . . . 25 Bridges, Garnett ....,.... . . . 50 Brock, Hazel Opal ....,. 60 Brooks, Walbert Cecil ..., 50 Brown, Ava Sells ....... .. . 56 Brown, Dallas ........ . . . 50 Brown, Geneva. ...,.... . . . 60 Brown, Hattie Orene ,.., 50 Brown, James Seay. , . Brown, Jane .,..' ,... Brown Katheryn ....... Brown, Lola B. ..,... .. Brown Margaret Frances Brown Melvin L. ..,,. . Browning, Charles ...... Broyles, Clyde A. ...... . Bruce, Willianm Pepper.. Bruner, Virginia Claire.. Bryan, Albert Henry ..,. Bryant, Willia Oscar. .. Buck, Willie Lewis. . . Bugbee, Roy Francis .... Bullington, Dimple ..... Bullingron, John ........ Bullington, Reba Pauline ...., .. Burgess, Geneva Frances .... .. Burris, Elizabeth ......,. Burroughs, Cartley Hugh. . . . . Burton, Mattie B. ....,. . Bush, Howell ..,....... Butler, Bethel ............. . . Cagle, Charles .............. . . Campbell, Mrs. Nell Nash ..,. .. Campbell, Orlee ........... . . Campbell, Tom C.. . . . Page . 25 . 50 . 60 . 33 . 60 . 60 . 60 . 25 . 50 . 25 . 38 . 38 . 60 . 50 . 25 . 38 . 50 . 50 . 50 . 25 . 45 . 38 . 60 . 50 . 56 . 67 . 60 lVbe5'e Your Eyesigbl lx Concerned - Ga to - Dr. H. E. McLean Office in the Arcade Building Correclly Fitted Glasses at "Live and Let Live Prices" Marchbanks Drug Company The REXALL Store Cookeville, Tennessee HOTEL SHANKS Cookeville, Tennessee I H. SHANKS, Manager Sam Pendergrass Hardware Co. Everything in Hardware INDEX Page Cardwell, John .......... . . 50 Carlock, Kenneth Stacey .... .. 60 Carlton, Joe Madison ..... . . 50 Carmack, Anna Marie. . . . 60 Carr, Claude ,...... . . 33 Carr, Vennie ....,.... .... 4 5 Carter, Carl Eugene. . . . . 50 Carter, Ellen Marie. . . . . 50 Carter, James ...... .. 50 Chaffin, Cecil .... .. 25 Cliaffili, Lella Jean .... . . 51 Chambers, Roscoe ........ . . 56 Chapman, Elbert john ...., .. 51 Childress, Hugh J. ..,.... , . 60 Chitwood, Anna L. .... .... 4 5 Chitwood, Eva M. .... .... 4 5 Clark, Cornelia .,... ..,. 4 5 Clark, Dorman ..,.... . . 51 Clark, Geneva Mae ..., .. 26 Clark, Harold Eugene .... .. 60 Clark, Joe Albert ...... . . 60 Clark, Malcolm Edgar .... . . 26 Clark, Mary Elizabeth ..,. . - 60 Clouse, John Edd ...... . . 51 Clousc, Robert John. . . . . 60 Cobbs, Clarence ...... .. 38 Cobbs, Martha ..... - - 51 Coffelt, Anna Spards .... Cole, Mary Elizabeth .... Collier, Herman ....... Collins, Charles C. .... . Collins, Glen .........,... Condra, Albert Cleveland .... Coode, Mary P. ..,...... . Cook, Emma Neil .,.... Cooke, Basil Manning .,... Cooke, Jane ,.........,. Cooke, William C. ..,.. . Copas, James Harold .... Cope, Mattie Lee ,,..... Coppinger, Neil Wilson .... Corlew, Evelyn ......... Corlew, Louise ...... Coulson, Blanche ..,. Coulson, Lillian ..... Coulson, Robert Lee. .. Counce, joe A. ........ . Covington, Helen Grace. Cox, Edward ....... Cox, Henry Oren ..... Crawford, james ,.,... Crockett, Cecile ..,....... Crouch, james Moody ..,.. Crouch, Pansy ......,.. P age 60 60 38 67 67 60 38 Sl 26 39 60 60 51 60 26 61 34 51 33 67 61 51 61 39 34 39 56 .fy 5""""5""'e1'94f' Cn9"bWfM+'e"s5ff?!4e:ef W. Meet Your Friends While You Enjoy zz Fine Delicious Lunch - at - MIDWAYL LUNCH BOB LEE MADDUX HERMAN L. PROFFITT HOWARD HUTCHESON MADDUX AND PROFFITT C ooke11iZle's Fastest Growing Store We'1'e for Tennessee Tech ' TERRY DOWELL, P1-op,-iem WE APPRECIATE TECH Crouch, Shirley Edgar.. 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Fitzgerald, James R.. . . . . . 51 Gilley, James . . . . . . . , . . Fitzgerald, Willintii . . . . . 40 Gilliam, James H.. . . . Fitzgerald, York ......, . . . 67 Glisson, Dorothy . . , Flatt, Virgil B. ......... . . . 67 Goddard, Evelyn . . , Fletcher, Harold Bryan. . . . . , 61 Godsey, Perry. . . . . . Forkum, James .......... . . . 51 Godsey, W. L.. , . . . . . Foster, James W. ..,,.. . . . 26 Golden, Charles E.. . . . Foster, Ocic H. ......... . . . 61 Golden, Mildred. . . . Fowler, George Howard. .. 51 Gore, James Howard . Franklin, Mildred Jane. . . . . . 61 Gore, Nina L.. , . . . . . Freels, Charles Wilbur .... . . . 51 Gore, Olon Wyant. . . . . Freels, Mrs. Oma ...... . . . 56 Grace, Nancy ..... . . . Fritts, Virginia Lee .... . . . 27 Grace, Ruth .... . . . Fults, Martha Ruth ...... . . . 61 Grncey, Edward. . . . Gallagher, Joseph Williani. . . . . . 27 Gragg, Lula Pearl. . . Galloway, Emma ....,.... . . . 56 Graham, Donald , . . . . Gamble, John Strnley ..... . . . 61 Graham, Herbert R.. . . . Gamble, Julia ......... . . . 51 Greer, Manning . . . . . . Garner, Anna Jean ,... 51 Gregory, Gracie Mac.. P age 61 45 61 34 51 27 61 40 40 S1 27 61 40 51 51 61 61 40 51 61 27 40 42 67 51 51 61 MCMURRY 81 COMPANY "A Mi gloty Good Place to Outfit Yourself" WEST COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE 1400 KC. Were Little, But a Lot of People Hear Us . . aml We're for Tech, 100 Per Cent BEST WISHES, SENIORS OF '41 HUB "The Voice of tbe Upper CumI2e1'laud" COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE 250 Watts Green, Hugh Edward. Grigg, Lois Wells .,.,. Grisham, Harry G.. . . Grove, Elisha Luther.. Grubb, William .. Guess, James .....,.,. Guider, Iris Helen ..., Haggard, Oakley ..... Halle, Margaret ..,... Hale, james Russell. . . Hale, Joe Hillard ..... Haley, Raymond . . . Hall, Claude ......, Hall, Geneva ,....... Hamblin, Alonzo Harding, Nannell ..., Hargis, Mrs. Emma H. Harris, Christine ,.... Harris, Garland ...... Harris, Finis Ewing. . . 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Page ....52 ....52 ....27 ....28 ....52 ....62 ....52 ....28 ....28 ....52 ....52 .,..62 ....45 ....45 ....28 ....62 ....52 ....62 ....62 ....4-6 ....62 ....40 ....40 ....52 ....62 ....41 ....62 REGISTER OF MERIT AND LlBBY'S FINE FOODS Distributed by RAGLAND-PQTTER COMPANY, Inc. Wholesale Groceries COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE just Off the Campus DIXIE AVENUE MARKET Enjoy ll Nourishing Lunch - or - Buy Your School Supplies Tech Student Headquarters Telephone 250 INDEX I Page Hodges, Virginia ....... . . . 62 I-Ioffmeisrer, James A.. . . . . .. 52 Hogan, Opal ...... - .... . . . 46 Holladay, Charles ..... 41 Holliman, Anna Belle. . . . . . 62 Holliman, Mildred ..... . . . 52 Holt, Edith ........... . . . 52 Honeycutt, Ava B. .... 52 Hoosier, Johnyc Reba. . . . . . 52 Hoover, Joe ........... . . . 67 Horn, Arnelita ...,.... . . . 62 Horn, Howard Thomas. , . . . 62 Hoctor, Ray Wexidell. . , . . . 41 Hoctor, Quentin ........ . . . 62 Howard, Arab ........... . . . '56 Howard, Joe Caldweld .... .. . 62 Howard, Robert F. ..... . . . 34 Howard, Robert J. .... 52 Howell, Ruby .......... . . . 52 Hubbard, Leon M. ......., . 62 Huddleston, Aletha E. .... . . . 52 Huddleston, Alvin Houston. . . . . 62 Huddleston, Floyd ........ 46 Huddleston, William C.. . . , , . 28 Hudgens, Clarence H.. . . . . . 52 Huffine, Bernice H. .... . . . 52 Huffine, Ova Sue .... .. . 41 . ' Page Humphreys, Robert M.. . . , , , , 28 Humpreys, Thomas C.. . . , , , , 62 Hunt, Benson ........ Hunter, Bertha Eloise. Hunter, Robert M.. .. Hunter, William D... Hutcheson, Philip .... Hutcheson, Ralph .... Hutson, William R... Hyder, Earl R.. . . , Hyder, Pearl ..... Hyder, Pearl ....... Isbell, Jimmie ........ Jackson, Guy Thomas. Jacobs, Charles C.. . . . Jakes, Mary Ellen .... Jared, Ann Wilson .... Jared, John T. .... . Jared, Roberta. ...,.. Jarell, William R.. . . . Jarvis, William Owen. Jenkins, Billie ........ Jennings, Henry Clay. .- .... 62 ....41 .- .... 52 -- .... 41 ....41 ....62 .. .... S2 ....67 ....62 ....67 ....4l .. .... 62 ....52 ....62 ....41 ....52 ....62 .. .... 62 ....52 .. .... 62 ....4l Johnson, Alfred Lionel. . . . . . . 62 Johnson, Eugene B.. . . Johnson, Jessie Louise. Johnson, C. ....... .. .... 62 .. .... 52 ....62 Rex Vaughn Clyde Vaughn Phone 40 VAUGHN'S Fresh Meats and Groceries The Royal Crown Bottling Co. Royal Crown and Nebi Beverages "Better Fur1ziture for Less" ON TERMS TO SUIT Cookeville? Only Exclusive Furniture Store Lovell Smith 2 Furniture Co. FOR BETTER BARGAINS - See - G. POLLY'S DEPT. STORE "Outfitters for Your Whole Family" G. Polly's Dept. Store cooKEv1LLE, TENNESSEE INDEX Page Johnson, Maymie Sue ,.., 52 Johnson, Robert H. .... . . . 62 Johnston, XVinona. . . . . . 52 LaFevre, Rita Maris. Lafferty, Robert .... Lamberth, Paul B. .,.. . Jones Abner Lee .... . . . jones Albert Morgan. . . , . jones Arlen Franklin .... . . . Lancaster, Clarence .,.. .. Lane, Joseph Ernest, . . . , . Langford, Agnes C. .... ., Langford, Herman C. .... .. Langford, McLewis ..,. , , Larkin, Forrest XV.. . , . . . jones, Benton Charles .,.. . ,. Jones Jefferson C. ..,., . . . Jones, Ira jack ...... . . . Judd, Jesse Ralph .... . . . 41 Judd, Mary Ruth .... . , . 41 julian, jean ....... 41 julian, W. ....... . . . 63 just, Frank Allen. .. . 52 Lasrer, Junica ....... Lawson, George .... Lawson, Siegel ....... Lay, Robert B. ........ . Ledberrer, Howard E.. . . . Kearney, Georgia ..,, Kearney, joseph M, .... . . . Kearney, Pearl ...... Keeton, Audit ..... Keisling, Claude. . . Keisling, Leiron B.. . . Lee, Lera Bernice, , . Lee, Lois Lorrane. . . Lee, Marguerite .... Lee, Mary John .,.. Lee, Melvin C. .... . Lee, Robert Edward Keith, Bonnie .......... . .. 46 Kenner, Mable Mary .... 63 King, Daniel Wfilliani.. 52 King, john Howard ,... . , . Z9 King, Robert Lee ......,. 41 Knight, Jarvis Lloyd ...... 42 Knowles, Frances Olivia. . . . . . 42 S Leftwich, Louise ..... Lemons, Grady Mac.. Leonard, Wilma .,..... Lewis, Ellen ............ Lewis, Harvey Gresham .... Lewis, Homer ...,........ Lineham, John Edward ..... Page . 53 . 42 . 63 . 29 . 53 . 42 . 53 . 42 . 53 . 42 . 34 , 53 . 63 . 63 . 53 . 63 . 63 . 53 . 63 . 63 . 53 . 53 . 63 . 56 . 29 . 42 . 63 WATCHES-JEWELRY Radios Furniture SILVERWARE P t t Sl M MURRAY BALL life d QC HX JEWELER ar ware o. Your Pntromzge Solieitezl WEST COOKEVILLE ON THE SQUARE General Hardware Putnam Printing Company RHION MCGEE, Manager "Best in Printing and srslf 0 il' Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Slflllonelyu Cookeville, Tennessee I N D E X P430 Page Lish, Wilbur Rufus. . . . . 63 McMahan, Marjorie R.. . . I I I I 63 Little, Ernest ......... . . , S3 McKinney, John Horace. . . . I I I I 53 Little, Katheryn Jean. . , . , 63 McMurray, Charles Eugene. , . , , I I 63 Little, Notie Lucille .... . . . 53 Mabry, Frances ............ . . . . 53 Livingston, Mary Elise .... , . . 34 Mabry, Major J.. . , I I I I 67 Locke, Kenneth ........ . , . 63 Maddux Elsie Alina I I I I I I 6-5 Loclfef Mofefofd """ ' ' ' 65 Maher, Frances J. ....,.. . . . . 63 Loftlsf Ruby Thelma' ' ' ' ' ' 65 Mahler, Emma Myrtle. . . , . . . . 29 I-0ftl5J Ruth Reba ""' ' ' ' 53 Majors, Elaine ..,..... . . . . 42 Looper, Bijou Frances. . . . . 63 Majors, Oleen 4-."..-A- V I I I 53 Looper' -lfmlllla """ ' ' ' 46 Mann, M. Juanita ....... . . . . 63 I-00995 Plcola D' "" ' ' ' 63 Marbury, Robert Condra. . . . . . . 63 Lynn, Albert Roger "" ' ' ' 63 Martin, Evelyn ...,... . . . . 53 Lynn, Barbara --"-"""' ' ' ' 46 Martin, Lenola ........., , . . . 53 Lynn, Christine Evelyn .... . . . 63 Manim Orellzh -.'.'--l'-- I I I I 53 MCCIHHS, William A" ' ' ' ' ' 55 Martin, Willianx Herbert. , , . . . . . . 63 McClure, Augusta ,.....,. . . . 53 Massey, Doris .'...I'A,..A- I I 55 McCord, Ernest Millard ..... . . . 53 Massey, Glenn -'v.'1.4.A. I I I I 53 Mccofmlckf Nell P' -l"" ' " 42 Mason, Sara Margaret .... . . ,. 63 McCormick, Valli-2 C" ' ' ' ' ' 56 Masters, Cordell. , . . . . . . . 53 McDonald, Bernard "" ' ' ' 53 Masters, Helen ........ . . . . 46 McDonald! Douglas "'r ' ' ' 29 Matthews, Ida Geneva ..,. I , , , 63 McDonald, Katherine ..... . . . 63 Maxwell, MMI LuCi11eI I I I I I I I 55 McDonald! Lucy Kutllerlne ' ' ' 67 Maxwell, Melvin Eugene .... . . , . 63 McDonald! Margaret "" ' ' ' 53' Maxwell, Myrtle ......,.. . . 53 McD0llald1 Ruby '-4-" ' ' ' 53 May, Dorothy Ann .... . . 29 MCGOWH, Ben Curtis. . . . . . 63 Mayberry, Mrs. Beatrice. . . . . 53 HIT KER 81 CONSUMERS ICE CREAM A Health Food-the Best Tim! Is Made Loyal Supporters of Tech Maynard, Francis Wliitson. . . Medley, Frank .,.....,.. Miller, Nannie Jo ...,.... Miller, Thomas L. ,..... . Miller, Williani B. ...... . Milligan, Mary Elizabeth. Milligan, Willinna H. .... . Mill, Joe H. ..,..,..... . Millsap, Willinc .... Minor, Olivia .... Minton, Hazel ...,,... Mitchell, Brown ......... Mitchell, john Howard. . . Montgomery, Anna joe. . . Montgomery, Arthur W.. Montgomery, Fannie .,... Montgomery, Mary Ethel. Montoyc, Annie Clara .... Moore Moore Moore, Moore Moore, Moore Moore Moore s s 1 x Betty Love ....... David Franklin. . . Farris F. ........ Gus Miller ..... john Thomas ..... Joseph I-I. .,... . Maggie ,.......,. Mrs. Thelma C.. . . Moredoc k, Jim mie Pauline INDEX Page . .... 53 46 ....63 ....53 ....63 ....55 ....63 ....63 ....64 42 ....64 ....67 ....64 ....53 ....64 ....42 .,..34 .,..53 ....63 ....53 ....29 L...53 ....53 ....53 42 ...64 .. ...54 Morgan, William David . - - 4 . . . . 64 Morgan, Wfilliana Eugene .,,. , Morris, Elizabeth .,...., Morris, Grace .......... Morton, John Allison... Mott, Mrs. Jane Taylor. Moudy, Charles Edward. Mullican, ,John ......... Mullinix, Fred A.. . . . Mullinix, Grace ....... Murphy, Mary Ruth. .. Nash, Loraine ...... Neal, Isaac Moa .... Nelms, Lillian i..... Newman., Ogeal ...... Newport, William T.. . . Nichols, Hilda ....... Nichols, Jack ...... Nichols, Pearl .... Nixon, Margaret .... Norrod, Arbie . . . Norrod, Hallie. . . Ogilvie, Richard ..... Ogletree, Golda ....... Ours, Leonard Earl ..... Overstreet, Joe F. ...... . Page .,54 ...64 - ...64 ...64 ,,,56 ,NG4 ...34 ...67 ...46 ...42 ...54 ...54 ...64 ...64 ...64 ...34 ...64 .,.34 ...35 ,..S4 ...56 ...35 ...56 - ...64 ,,,70 Owens, William Howard .... S4 .Jayne dl mijfacet 10 ga.: x HARDI STUDIO Q DRINK rubs-MA - " - B e t 15 e 1' o P lr 0 15 0 g 1' cz p b s I N D E X P1189 Page Pack, Martin ,,........ .... 6 4 Phelan, Doris N. ........ 54 Page, Willianm B. ....... .. 64 Phillips, Betty Blanche .,... 64 Painter, William Donald ..., .... 2 9 Phillips, Conley Elott .... 54 Pappa, Tom G. ........ .. 64 Phillips, Jess D. ,...... S4 Parker, Robert A.. ,. . . 56 Phillips, John Travis .... . , ,, 64 Packer, Robert H.. . . . . 67 Phillips, Margaret Marie. . . . , , , 54 Paris, Geraldine ..,. .... 4 2 Piepmeier, Hargrove ...., , , , 64 Paris, Marcus ..,.. . . 64 Piepmcier, Rosemary. . , . . , 43 Paris, Orella B. ..... .. 64 Pitcock, Caprola ...... 64 Paris, Sara Varenn ..... .. 64 Pitcoclc, Noel Gordon .... 30 Parrott, Edna ..... .... 3 0 Pitt, Terace Bryon ,.., 54 Parrott, Margie ..... ,... 4 2 Pitts, Ephe W ........ .. . 64 Parrott, Nell C. .,.. .. 64 Pitts, Kern .......... 43 Partin, Robert L. ,... . . 30 Plumlee, Claude H. .... . .. 64 Patey, James G.. . . . . 30 Plumlee, Margaret. . . . . . . . 54 Patterson, Gloria ..,. .. 64 Plumlee, Millard P. .... 54 Patterson, Hubert. ..,. .. 64 Pointer, Jean ,....... 64 Patterson, Paul L .... .. 64 Poston, Ruby ...... 56 Parton, Eugene B .... .. 54 Poteet, Robert H. .... 64 Patton, joe Rhea .... .. 54 Potter, Geneva D. .... 64 Paty, Joe Parker. . , . . 54 Potter, Mary ............,. . . . 43 Peace, Williani A.. . . . . 54 Prater, Cecil ........,..... . . . . 64 Pearson, Nelle ....... .... 4 2 Prentice, William Edward ..... . . . 43 Peery, Fred Beasley .... ., 64 Price, Merle V. .....,. - ..... 43 Pedigo, Alfred Fay .... . . 30 Priest, Russell ...........,. .. . 30 Pedigg, George .,,,., . . 67 Proaitt, Ruth ........ . . . 54 Pedigo, Ralph ..... .. 30 Pruett, Jessie Louise. . . . . . 64 Ruthledge, Mary Evelyn .... 35 THE WHITE S UDIO PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION On the Best Portraits You Will Find Our Name Citizens Bank Building Cookeville, Tennessee A FRIEND OF TECH UPPER CUMBERLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. 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Rogers, George L.. . . . Rogers, Maurice ..... Rose, Elizabeth ....... Rose, John Millard .... Rose, Marvin Odell .... Roy, John F. ,....... . Rukavina, Michael Rush, Odell ......,... Rushing, Alvin ...... Rushing, Joe ...,.., Russell, Albert M.. . . . Russell, Don Carver .... Russell, Ross Graham.. Sadler, James C. ..... . Sain, Mildred ......... Sampson, Roy .,.. , Sanders, John Ervin. . . Satterfield, David ..... Sauls, Joe M. ,.... . Scalf, Irene ........ Scott, Durell William. Scott Ella Bernice... Scott Irene C. .... . Scott, Jean. .... . . Page . ...54 ...65 ...65 ...65 ...65 ...54 ...6S .. ...65 .. ...46 . ...65 43 ...54 ...65 .. ...43 .. ...65 .. ...31 ....65 ...43 ...65 ...46 ...67 ...43 ....5-l ...65 ...65 43 5 ff! Dft9'U- frfefrfwiffi - 4 I TELEPHONE FIRST Save Time and Disappointments Southern Continental Telephone Company Arlington Hotel Steam-Heated Rooms Modern P. G. COOPER, Proprietor Cookeville, Tennessee T. P. I. 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Page Seabolt, Verna . . . . . . . 35 Sells, Arnold .... .... 3 5 Sells, Sophia ..... ..,. 5 4 ' Sewell, Allie Marie. . .... 65 Sewell, Wilma. ........ .. .... 65 Shadden, Williams. ..........., .... 5 4 Shanks, Herbert Richmond .... .... 5 4 Shannon, Robert Lee ........ .... 6 5 Shelton, George A. .... . . . . . . 43 Shepherd, Hubert ....... .... 4 3 Sherill, Estill .......,..,.. .... 6 5 Shoemaker, Floyd Russell .... .... 3 1 Sidwell, J. Paul ....,....... .... 4 6 Simcox, Arthur C. ...... .... 5 6 Simmons, J. T. ..... ,.,. 5 4 Simmons, Litton J. .... .... 4 7 - Simms, Arthur , . . . . . 45 Sims, Robert Earl .....,. .... 5 4 Sliger, Hazel .............. .,.. 4 7 Smart, Frank Campbell ..... .... Smith, Arnold .....,,... .... Smith, Don Alvin ..... . . . . , Smith Dorothy Lee. . .... I ..... . . . , Smith Evelyn Lee. . . ..... . . . . Smith, Fannie Jo .... . . . . . Smith, Forrest ...... .... Smith George E. .... . . . . Snow, Virgil N.. . . . Snyder, Amon ...... Speight, Warren E .... Spivey, Dorothy M.. . . Spivey, James ......,. Spivey, Milbra Lee... Spurloclt, Frances. . . Stamps, Ethel ..... P age 55 43 55 43 55 55 55 65 44 55 47 55 31 65 44 65 65 56 65 55 44 44 65 44 44 55 55 im J3..4.4,...si...,a, -Q' CITIZEN 'S BANK Cookeville, Tennessee IV e Appreciate Your Business Webb's Pharmacy We Boost Tech Every Day In Every Way Compliments of Leslie C. Williams Teclfs Dining and Dancing I Rendezvous FLORIST . , Member of Florists Telegraph S Eat i Delivery Association Arthur Phillips, Proprietor Sprlng Street Phone 13 COQKEVILLE A Tech Alumnus I N D E X Page Page Stanton, Charles. . . .... 55 Swallows, Fred ...... . . . 55 Stanton, Fowler. . .... 65 Swallows, H. Elmo. . . . . 31 Stanton, Julia .... .... 6 5 Swallows, Martha. . , , , 55 Steele, Andrew .... ..., 6 7 Swan, Dan ........... , , . 55 Steele, Dovie ....... .... 5 6 Swift, Mrs. W. 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'66 Suddarth, Thomas K. .... .... 6 6 Terry, Woodford .... 35 Sulentie, Stephen A. .... .... 4 4 Thomas, Rodney ..... 66 Swafford, Lonas ...... .... 6 7 Thompson, Albert Lee. . . . . 66 Swafford, Mary jo ...... .... 6 6 Thompson, Lester Earl .... . .. 66 Swallows, Albert H. .... .... 5 5 Tigue, Johnny Edward .... 66 ckvwtfd. WHITSON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Day or Night Phones: Southern Continental 2083 Home 73 Model Dry Cleaners West End Cleaners COTTON JOHNSON HASKELL NEWMAN B. 8: W. Service Station Modern Retreaders Complete Esso Service WALTER EUBANKS CECIL MONTGOMERY, Prop. Tilley, Robert Henry .... Tinch, Glenice ...,.... Todd, Foster C ...,,.... Todd, james ........... IONDEX Page 66 46 66 ....35 Thompson, Floria Herbert, , . . . . . 66 Travis, Bennett J. ....,. . Travis, Nancy N. ...... . Trent, Marshall .,.. Trigg, William B., .. Tubb, John Leslie. .. Tucker, Charles ......... Upchurch, clay Francis. . . Upchurch, Ramie Remus. Upton, Mildred C. ...... . Vaden, Alfred Algood .... Vadcn, NVilliam McGill. . . Van Hooser, Virginia .... Vaughan, Hardy ...... Verble, Willie Mary ..... Veteto, Rcvu, ........ . Wade, Rebecca B. .,.... . Waggener, Callie Joe ,... Waggener, james Cecil... Waldrop, Horace J. ...,. . Walker, Catherine ..... Walker, John ...... Walker, J. P.. . . . ., .... 44 ....55 ....55 ....55 ....55 ....32 .. .... 55 ....55 .. .... 56 .. .... 66 .. .,.. 56 56 44 47 66 56 .. .... 47 .. .... 66 ....47 ....66 ....66 ....66 Walker, Van . , , Walker, W. A.. . . . Wall, Anita W. .... . Walthall, Kent .... Ward, Bernell ...... Ward, Elbert F. ..... . XVarcl, Velma Olean.. Ward, Vinettc ...... Warden, France ...... Warren, Katheryn ....... Warren, William Clyde.. Warren, William Prentice. . . . . Waters, Mary Frances .... Waters, Robert Bryan .... Watkins, Elise ......... Webb, Ellen D ..,... . Webb, Florence P.. . . , W'ebb, Fred .......... Webb, Thurman L.. .. Webster, Raymond ..... Wells, Walter .,........ West, Noca ..,......... 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