Tennessee Technological University - Eagle Yearbook (Cookeville, TN)

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W7 01212.45 Dfma J' U N u op PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY Tennessee Polytechnic Institute DONALD LYELL Editor-in-Chief f WHITE WATKINS Business Manager RICHARD DAVIS Chief Photographer DR. GUY STEWART COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE VOLUME 35 1960 Director ot Publications THE EAGLE-EVER WATCHFUL EAGLE CONTENTS dedication prologue student life administration activities military features athletics classes organizations advertising and index Page 4 Pass 6 page lil page 38 page 56 page 82 page 98 page rllll page 168 page 250 page 308 Fr, il ag, K uf "fig V , QQ it Q,-: Qgt 1' Q1 Qgggixip . T. -Q QQQQQQQQYK- v 1 ' . W 5' ,Q , v. -ff, . 3 K ' 1' Q,.' I 'Q 1 Q rl Y 'Ming Kilim A I K, if K . Ut: I4 9 'Q' y ' ' " ' ,-W 'L ' , " '17 A 'x v if -'21 Q , X " ,hfiilil ' " xg QQ. wg 3 Q I, . ,Sl 7,-1 , ., ,QQQ Q Q , , 5-e , - ig FL if .. - 9, be 'L-'P f fe"--aff' f"'i - Q. A 3- ' . , . '- . gf f v 5, 2, ,KN -Q J J ' . ia, Q N 4: '. 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MCGEE l960 taff Declieates-- Eagle to Dr. lVleCee .-X tnan ol' experiences. a typical college pro- fessor, a11 "o1t1l' philosopher and a controversial coluntnistfto Tech. all o1' t11ese are llr. Siclney Mcflee. "Doc" Nlctlee is Jerha as 0l1CO1i111C tnost color- 1 1111 and well-known hgures O11 the '1 ech cantpus. Being a prolcssor anal heatl ol' t11e lioreign lan- 0'ua0'es cle nartnient. 11e has XVOII the 1'1'ienc1shi1 oli U D Illillly stuclents. Asicle 110111 his classwork. Alloc" McGee has fountl ti111e to liollow sports closely anal to such an extent t11at 11e holtls 21 unique 1305111011 in a C011- lerence statistical clepartnient. He was Publicity Director 110111 1943 to 1950, 1V1lC11 he startetl to tlevote liullstinie to his position as professor and chairtnan ol' foreign languages. However. 11e 11111 11ot contpletely clivorce hiniself 110111 '1iec11's sports activities. Leisure hours lintl 111111 at '1'ech athletic practices. giving his now 11211110119 "N1cKLee .Xll1l1yS1SU which has t11e curious consecluence ol'olite11 being correct. .-X11 ol' "Doc" Mcfiees interests are not in t11e sports 1'ie1c1: at o11e ti111e connectecl wit11 t11e pub- licity cleparttiient. 11e was faculty aclvisor for t11e yearbook to which he has contributecl an inesti- niable aniount ol' service and advice in fortner years. A wiclely-traveled nian, 11e is always willing to 11elp stutlents 1CZll'1l IIIOTC about foreign countries and travel. and he has, o11 occasions. taken stu- clents o11 tours in Europe. 'Ihe yearbook stall' of etlitors Iieel that "Doc" N1cCLee best represents what the it1ea1 prolessor shoultl be 211111 thereby tletlicate this 11160 EAGLE to 111111 i11 recognition of his services to Tennessee 'I'ech. THAT FAMOUS McGee 'frown DR. MCGEE compares first-half statistics "DOC" McGEE reviews Tec11's sports history f'.1'.,f,4 Page 5 Prologue The Campus . . . Tennessee is proud of this institution ol 1 e a r n i n g-Tennessee Polytechnic Institute. Tennessee Tech, as it is called by its students, is a coeducational, state supported college, lo- cated on the Highland Rim, between Nashville and Knoxville. This was the year that an architectural reno- vation program was completed on campus. YVith the remodeling of the Administration Building, each of the earlier structures on cam- pus have either been substantially altered or had a new front put on them so they would har- monize with the Georgian architecture here. The 'iGolden Eagle," well known to the Tech students for its removal from the Mont- eagle Mountain, is to Find a new nest atop the newly altered and enlarged Administration Building. It will be perched there as a symbol of Tech and it progress. THERE ARE VERY 'few places In ihe sl:a'ce which have a more DELIGHTFUL climate than Cookeville' I AFTERNOON SIESTA during summer school LARGE LOOMS the columns of the Science Build ing ss as 21.5213 , fo. 6 M, if-T! x B-5- x 'sf NEW FACE FOR Kittrell Hall Page 7 ll n pal XY 4, .r 4 TECH'S LIBRARY via winter quarter 'L f. ,.,..,....t.v WARM WEATHER LEAVES Early Hall nearly vacant The Campus . . Students rush about the campus day to day only stopping long enough to talk to a friend or to attend a social event, blinded of the beauty that the campus and college life have to offer. The 1960 EAGLE stafl has attempted to record these places and events and to present them to the student body lor an- other look. The EAGLE is primarily a pictorial record of Tech and its college life. It of- fers to its students those things that seenied insignificant but that are now an iniportant part of his past, always to be remembered. Thus it is that the stall presents this 1960 EAGLE to the student body. Page 8 'WW SVT wh I 2.- I. , My I I V' I Zi wif 1 -Z . , ,SE . 'mea' ' lx 'U'JE'F" f 'W?Wf ' I . --f55 5':""':f':j"j gg :fx -"' '-' I . I K I , . 3 3 'f ggi f gk 23 'S s an K fx fi 1 3 If I . ::1,g,,1,,! E K . .:- " IW, -,.- 1 ----- - b in X, W W V A ,kg 'A I X A", f J if K' I if I - I W nah L J? 1, ' . If 'Ir' RW S153 M5 YQ Q I 11 '-Q SJ. wa TOWER CLOCK records TecIl's history SPRING TIME BRINGS Iong Iazy afternoons EAGLE'S EYE view of Tech's MemoriaI Gymnasium Page 9 l TECH STUDENTS, complete with popcorn and megaphones, settle down for an OVC thriller "SLEEP RESTORETH the soul" The Students . . . Tech is equally proud of its stu- dents. They come from every part ol' the country and lroni every en- vironment to share connnon goals and experiences. College life becomes an integral part ol each. Though all Tech students follow the everyday scheme ol' sleeping and waking, walk- ing and sitting, eating and drink- ing, studying and socializing, their thoughts dictate the paths which they pursue-some to be teachers, some business men, others scientists or inu- sicians-and a few to remain experi- enced dreainers. Page 10 R Q4 THAT LAST CUP of coffee before classes begin EIGHT O'CLOCK CLASSES bring some students out earIy ENGINEERS, POSITION HANDS AND KNEES, prepare data for final exam S A sg .A X i vi. N? NSW? S we ,Qi 5' ,fffffpff -'NS N -. A- 1 1 - ,,,,p-ff" Page 11 I V' if I "DOC" AYERS PITCHES in to help in 'che last minute push The Faculty . Tennessee Tech is proud ol' its fac- t1lty. lfVith twenty new appointments this year, the faculty is now composed oi' H53 members. Students find the members of the Tech faculty eager to help with personal problems, as well as those related to classwork. Many are the hours that members of the faculty spend in advising and spon- soring various organizational activities or helping with 'ithat special problem." There are three components within every college-students, administration, and classes. lt is the Contact among these three that gives Tech its character. MR. CRAWFORD SUPERVISES THE counting of ASB votes l Page 12 2 . H I 21 1: Q 5 'I +1 ,lf VL X5 PROFS DUTIES aren't confined io the classroom MR. STEWART AIDS STUDENT in chemistry Iab DID I EVER teII you aboui the time . . . ,fn Page 13 student life ,A ff -w , ,J ti? ,JV I . X? X K v, x K Q, K ,md K. .,. 3 Yzfifuf-. sf. ,. r --.. SPRING QUEEN, Jo Herston pring Brings Out Wfhe Beatw Spring was here and so was spring lever. Stu- dents lonnd it hard to attend classes and the quad was converted into a student-sprinkled sofa. Synonymous with the atniosphere created by the beat generation was the ASB-sponsored Bo- heniian Ball at which time the students were given a chance to let their hair down. The Business Society, in presenting their an- nual dance, changed the scenery of the campus to that ol' a "South Sea Island." The Engineers then took ns back alniost a century by building a "Southern Showboatn to carry out their thenie. Along with spring was the patriotic attendance at the baseball games, track meets and tennis matches. Sonie even had to niiss those Al-5:00 classes to boost the spirits ol their favorite teani. To knock off a quarter in a cool way, the ASB- sponsored All-Canipus picnic was held at Cuni- berland Mountain State Park in Crossville. JOYCE ELAM tells the audience at TCA Stunt Night about her boyfriend who wears "pink shoe laces" Page 16 s A , LW ., N , TENNESSEE TECH-reflected in the glasses of a newly-arrived freshman SO THE SECOND BEATNIK says to the first beatnilc. "You see one WADE SMITH CROWNS Society of Business Queen, Micaela Sadler gator, you've seen 'em all" ' ,l E Page SAY BIG DADDY, l really clig this Bohemian Bop AND NOW HER MAJESTY, Miss Pat Moore, Queen of the 1959 Engineers' Ball, escorted by Jimmy Noblit ef if :ZA 21. , as I .-.WM lf, K OKAY Thrasher! Gel your fingers oui of the punch bowl JOE HILBERT AND DAN SANDERS give ihe ole "Soufhern Show- boat" a touch of glamour for the annual Engineers' Ball Page 18 mul AI AY 31. www' , MTM , IS! Exp-I""Q r yzgugmw ggfeliu, "Tx, WIIII DID HE PROMISE TO GET coffee back to a nicIceI MR. CHAIRMAN, DISTINGUISHED PLATFORM GUESTS, members of the faculty, and student body" "LOOKOUT FELLOWS, I THINK I'm gonna sneeze" 9 . j wp- , .. ,tl rg S4424 -ffff' xxx, Ii?-fkkf in , ff Q11 ,Q I' 4: 1 , A -. f, ,,w fi 2,312,415 .. Y: ,gy vp ,gy sf 1'1" 1 JY, ' s. gggsfw N sr ,qs .f affix' 1,52 -L iff f Page 19 STUDENTS TAKE ADVANTAGE of a free famiiy meal at the ali-campus picnic EXCUSE ME, BUT MY HOBBY is colfecting pictures of the opposite sex, do you mind? . . . FORE ! Page 20 SUMMER QUEEN, Nancy Quarles ummer Swings At Tech Despite the faci that Public Programs is siill in exisience and Lhe Union is Lhe sanie ole hang- oui, sunnner quarter is incliviclualisiic. Wliih Lhal first burst ol' sunshine, the 'iedsn and "co-eds" let clown ihe converiible tops and lloek lo eiiy lake, Center Hill or just any place. The "eds" clon their berinuclas ancl Lee shirisg Lhe le- inales, not daring Lo show their legs. niust resort lo sunback clresses anal billowing skirts. Wlater skiing, waierinelon leasiing, swiinniing :incl dancing are Lhe major activities. Above all, Lhe stuclenis dancecl Lhis sunnner-on the sicle- walks, in Lhe sireels. on the clorinilory porches. anywhere you lounnl a boy. a girl ancl a recorcl. you louncl clancing. Even classes are clillereni this quarter in Lhar Lhey begin al 7:30 insleacl ol' 8:00. You can bet your bolioni clollar a lots of early rising was hail by all. Aclcl preuy weaiher. early classes. happy slau- clenis ancl unix with a large poriion ol' goocl Linies and you have Lhe recipe lor a bang-up quarter on any campus. MAMAS LITTLE BABY, Billy "Ennis" Trussel loves watermelon, walermelon, as he and okher siudenls enjoy the ASB watermelon feast ' 'Sig x S fi If sf -."' 5 Q fs "' Y, rg . H 9251 vb 'KF 5 .'," pkin If , . S ff, As , Q 7' f 1 Y ik x V , . ':.3f,, HAGAN YEARNS FOR THE peace and quiet of the OVC games HIGH NOON Why not to the cafeterla7 e ls K ., , ., E ,,, f GGHllltOPPCfS,g Fall Events Fall came antl with it 975 green but eager freshmen, not to mention the hanclful of seasoned and uneager fifth-year men. The first few weeks were rather harum searum. The returnees were running hither and thither greeting olcl friends, catching up on the gossip and stumbling over the freshmen. lVith the ending of a hectic registration and the starting of Classes everyone settlefl clown to the routine of school, only to be interrupted by the activities of I-Iomecoming anal the festive "Night in Orhitfl a dance sponsored hy the "future cle- fentlersn of our country featuring the nationally known quartet, the "Hilltoppers." There was a new eye-catcher. much to the cle- light of the men . . . skirts went up another inch this fall. The men on campus began to Clacl them- selves with the Ivy League tog to attend classes- with their Ivy stripecl sport coats ancl thin ties, FALL QUEEN' Sue Tidweu tossetl casually over the right shoultler. AW, l BET you say that to all the girls 15498 Wilma Page 24 BO CITY LAKE PROVIDES a convenient spot for summer sun 5 ' - ' - ' sf' -QM I I 'if Q I , wlfi SITE ' FQ! I 4:2 V 11 W5 .. sr -'-- Q Iv 1 -f '-" - : . 5 5" , . ..., ' I :.4?..g?: , ,ef ,3:::H:g,Q?,'g:. .- Y V I 5W".u fi iii? 1 :J f- A WI? -' ': ...:::,-'if-ff ig I ve QV ffgmi igw y - M-3 1 -,sg..?,h5xlNQ . EVM i f gf N :mr '51 f 3255 235 SPV 1 l gww' 1 Xg . -A ' ' 3: 3225: ' -1 ,nga Q-- " ': 5. If .7232 I mf ii! f I I f .g:f- Q ,A rm is , 'Y 3 , 1535. ,mE E . i II, 5, I ,za Lfx? M MSM'-.M 0' Y x ATING IS NOT aiways a man's sport IDGLIISFS ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN I I 1 I Page 25 PAT PARKER LEADS off faculty reception . . . MEETING President Derryberry Page 26 5 nv x lu-Q, 1 1 uf bf THE FACULTY and administration AND RESTS her feet AS HER classmates continue N WHY USE NAPKINS? Toilet tissue is cheaper BUT DEAN MARSHALL . . . you don't understand E 2 5 f UN W? X . 2 it Av, L I DONT YOU KNOW anyone who can wriie HMMMMMM . . . wrong dorm Page 27 THIS IS THE TALE of a cute, cooI Coye being told T'WAS THE NIGHT before Christmas, and all through the pad r,i5?5:3f- Q Yr Q I Q mer E ' Q I - MQ . , K W il 3 QW , - ' H 5 SEQ , smear - M , , - 3. X IM IT'S SUCH A PLEASURE to take a bus . . . Page 29 I MALISSA KICKS off pre-game rally Page 30 RELAXI N'S amusin' QP 3, ,W 'I' Q ' g 49- WINTER QUEEN, Ella Jean Law inter Leaves Tech nowbound To the WVCZllll61AlIl2ll1'S surprise, it snowed more in Cookeville this quarter than it rained. This was 'l'ech's lVinter Quarter, l960. As the quarter neared its halt, snow was a dirty word in any Tech students vocabulary. Despite the weather, the lads and lassies had their usual gay times. Inlormal dances were held alter the basketball games and the classes had their dances in the cafeteria. A record was even broken when the fellows in Section E decorated their lobby and invited their dates in for an evening of dancing. Athletics, as usual, played a vital role in stimu- lating the school spirit. Long to be remembered is the Tech-XVestern "liootball', game held in Me- morial Gymnasium. On Nlarch 2, the brawn ol' the campus took us, with the aid of Ralph Marterie, to a "Kingdom Beneath the Sean as they presented their annual varsity ball. And the snow came. seeming never to end, but it did. YOU GUYS SLIP AROUND behind 'em, then we'll . . 'R Page if J l DUB THEE Sir Snowball YEA RAH, beat Murfreesboro! MY GOODNESS, WHAT BEAUTIFUL eyes you have! nv Wt! .W W .wwgqw Zig, W, :wiv-S in rrkiem Y ,g,4,.M.f .F twig, f A E 5 Page fx fi, 1 P' .. gh figsa' f Ad We P' mnpqvnn , 1 W WN STUDENTS CAST VOTES 'For 'cheir favorite ASB superlaiive candidate GIRLS, HERE IS YOUR CHANCE to invade ihe men's dorm A A:,,AE?.i..s:i: , .:.,,.. . 2. X PLES NLY Page 34 THROUGH RAIN, SLEET, SNOW, or hail, college life must prevail STUDENTS HAVE FUN, especially the girls, dancing in the men's dorm rl 5 VE S K ia Ti 1 A X' Ql 5 ea f i 5, , li x .5 3 BILL FOWLER AND JERRY LANGSTON demonstrate their version of "Journey to the Center ot the Eartl'1" BUT SHERLOCK . . .l you just don't understand THE "TECH OILERS" discover a new technique of playing basketball v,.,.,vov' Q01 .MM-i.,. Page inter W-wr M,-v Kp. 5, A S. tr ,wr -' VN.. TOM MCKINNEY IS DETERMINED to prove he can cut a caice at his surprise birthday pariy X if E rl I S Q i J' mama. YES SIR! WE DID some prepared for any after effects with KAY ROBERTS ENDEAVORS ko make Engineers' Day a success Mr. "Western" Page 36 x if ' 35, 1 5' I 2 i K L g I K . X M gf ww My kgghwv Q ,L,. 1 Vi iq, , 'Ns'-an fiery l if 1 if 1 , gm Qv f ' sr I X GRANDMA KNOWS IT'S not loo lake, sl1e's got some widow bait HSPEEDING . . . VVRECKLESS DRIVING , . . Loud Mufflers . . . Whistling at the boys . . . Making eyes ai me . . . lcase dismissedll VETS CLUB I5 HOST to a luncheon honoring General Jablonslcy following lwis appearance in public programs if if' , bin., V R Kl"""' Page 37 admini 25 5 v X 3 R Q 52:4 . X 95 MM ,, ,mmwwm,m:a:,::w.:,m-ff, tration fe as ' ii, -21 ,,,,,.. 'fz 7 YES? Z3 5: . W as W 'wsfm U A awww W M, ,MW WM.Q L .,.. :,x.'QY5QQ5w??????f5Wwm"mW N H . .2 . QQa-filzfwuswwwf2f95ww:'sw: 1! " "'! wiftpxwfwy H ' ,Q 5 .E 1: 2 1,1 .5 1: 55 fi 5 sg -ar H vig 15:- . 3 QS? Wg sv Q Wm: may vim: ' xggfrv , W -WJ N ,Nampa , gum ,W-,..a. Wx ax 1 Page 40 President Everett Derryberry Derryberr Finishes Twentieth Year 'l'lie ziclniinistrative cluties of the presi- clent. brielly stzitecl. involve the clireetion ol' at student. borly ol' 2386 and a faculty ol' H53 in five seliools. 'l'lie office ol' tlie president is Ll eoniplex unit wliere current nmtters antl liuture policies ol Tennessee 'I'ec'li are given explicit consicleration. Presiding over '1'eeli since 1940, Presi- clent Everett. lJCl'l'ylJCl'l'y is not only an excellent zirliniiiistrator. but lie is zitlniirecl by botli stuclents ancl lzieulty for liis tliouglitfulness and unclerstizincling. President De1'i'ybe1'ry bus been the in- stigzitor ol' 'lennessee Teelfs rzipicl growth. He has witnessed the growth of 21 stuclent bocly froni 773 in 1940 to 2386 in liltill as well as tlie completion of niany new builclings on ezunpus. 'l'ennessee 'l'ec'li is equally piioucl ol' its Iirst lzicly, Mrs. Joan lJei'i'yber1'y. 'lliose who personally know the Derryberrys Iincl tlizit they possess 21 dignity wliieli is botli elizirniing :intl gracious. yn' tate Board Governs Tech Policies Being ll state snplnortecl school, '1'ec'h is llllt1C1' the gCllCl'2l1 governing power ol' the State 131111111 ol' Ecluczitioii. loe Nloiigan. stz1te cioniniissionei' ol' et111ciz1tion. serves 11s 1111 CX-Ollifill IllCII1lJCl' ol' t11e 1Joz11'tl along with Cioveriiois B11l'o1'tl E11ingt,on. Other 11oz11'c1 lIlCIl11JCl'S are those ulmpoiiitetl by t11e governoi' l.1'OlIl each oif the gl'2iIlt1 clivisions ol' the state. The State 15oz11'11 ol' Eclttfzition is the policy 111z1ki11g hotly lor the 'lennessee IBCIDQIYLIIICIIL ol Ecinczition. This hotly is c1i1'ect1y responsilyle 101' the z1c1111i11ist1't1t,io11 111111 CUIIITU1 ol' Tennessee 'l'eeh. Realizing t11e great t1C11l2lIltlS 211141 P1'O1J1CIllS ol' the future, tl1e l5oz11'c1 strives to niuke the cleci- sions whie11 will 111051, henelit t11e Slllt1CIlLS of the state. Under the guiclzince of the State lSoa1'c1, 711011- nessee lech has lll111lll11Ct1 possibilities find strives l'o1' fLIllll'C recognition us o11e ol' the 12ll'gCSI. sc'hoo1s ill the South. 1"'ml'm M Governor Buford Ellington STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION-First row: Clarence Kolwyclc, Mrs. Bernard A. McDermott, State Commissioner Joe Morgan, Mrs. Sam Wilson, W. R. Landrum, Second row: Ernest C. Ball, James Williams, J. Howard Warl, T. R. Keys, Edward L. Jennings Page 41 Administrative 5 'S taff Reflects 2 L Q Progress Besicles the faculty mernbers, there are a number of inclivicluals who corn- prise ll vital link in the operation ol' the college. These inclivicluals are the zrclininislrative slzlll. These persons correlate and clireel. the progrznns of the college. There is always work to be clone, but some ol' their heaviest burclens corne during ancl lollowing registration each quar- lrer. A colleges ehzirzreler is largely shaped by the men :incl wonien who clirecl. il. lied by quuliliecl persons who make up the zuhninislrative stall. Tech slzrnrls in 21 position loo IHCCI, the Future. DR. JAMES BARKSDALE. Dean of the College ANNIE WHITE MARSHALL, Dean of Women MALCOLM QUH-I-EN, Deaf' Of Men Page 42 LEONARD CRAWFORD, Director of Field Services FOWLER CLARK, Bursar ALTIE H. SMITH, Registrar Page 43 r 3 iw 5 aw, wr SCHUOL Page 44 gif 'K DR. T. J. EARR, School of Education J. M. HENDERSON, Schoo! of Engineering LOUIS JOHNSON, School of Business Administration DIRECTGR .AWK iuq.,,,,, MARY BELOW, School of Home Economics gi W. J. HUDDLESTON, School of Agriculture DR. GORDON PENNEBAKER, School of Arts and Sciences f...g Page 45 -L 1: .QW ...Q-ff 5 Sv A gf.: .,IQ:F'g-3 if 'S -if: ' Y fi: CHARLES N. SHARPE, Director of Testing and Counseling C. P. SNELGROVE, Librarian BQ..-nm ,X V A 'ii 3 ff' I tix 4 fx ' ,F - --, xg. wr r gb., I . 'VW 1 ffffii ai' f,...,R J' T. W. KITTRELL, Associaie Bursar Page 46 GLADYS CRAWFORD Cafeteria Manager FRANK R. MOSS Superintendeni of Buildings and Grounds DR. GUY STEWART, Director of Publicity Page 47 Ma A if iw-My A M FERRIS U. FOSTER, Chemistry MAURTCE HASTE, Music DR. CHARLES R. MANGAM, English y mn :nance 52 1 Departmental DR. SIDNEY L. MCGEE, Foreign Languagzs P. V. OVERALL Healih and Physical Educaiion DR. CLAUDE W. BRUCE, Physics DR. RICHARD H. FRASER Social Sciences DR. RALPH C. BOLES, Mathematics DR. HOWARD R. PATTERSON Philosophy and Psychology Page 48 - it J. S. BROWN, Mechanical Engineering RAY KINSLOW iii' N? General Engineering and Engineering Chemistry WILLIAM H. LEWIS, Industrial Technology Y .rc- 1' ' fd D. W. MATTSON T-in c. P. PHILPOT Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering MRS. CURTIS KINSLOW Secretarial Science and Business Education DR. EDWARD G. CORNELIUS Business and Industrial Management W. J. HUDDLESTON, Agronomy M, , - .49 W. CLYDE HYDER, Animal Husbandry DR. E. B. KNIGHT, Agriculture Education F17 -all W ""'f"' MARSHALL BERTRAM EVELYN BROWN C. V. BRUNER MRS. BETTY BUDD ROBERT Q. CHILDRESS JOHN B. CLARK MARTIN COULTER FREDERICK CULP MARY CUMMINS MRS. CATHERINE DEFORD JAMES M. DORAN WILLIAM DOWN ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY ARTS AND SCIENCES HOOPER EBLEN CLEMENT EYLER R. E. FUSON NATHANIEL HARRISON PAUL HOLLISTER MRS. JOYCE HOWA MRS. MARY JENKS J. P. JEWELL SIDNEY JUMPER DALE LEVEL ESTHER LEE MRS. MARJORIE Mc' S. BETTY MAXWELL MRS. ELEANOR MITCHELL MRS. BETTY MOORE FRED MOORE R. H. MOORMAN DOUGLAS NORMAN 'WARD PATTERSON HERMAN PINKERTON MRS. KATHERINE POWERS RALPH PRATHER HORACE W. RAPER MISER R. RICHMOND ARTS AND SCIENCES FAC LTY ARTS AND SCIENCES CARL ROSS MILOS M. SEBOR RONALD SIRCY J. T. SKINNER GUY STEWART WILLIAM STEWART OBERT L. SUBLETT MARVIN TIDWELL ELBERT WARD MARVIN WADE Page 51 5,:. 2 . MRS. REBA BACON MRS. THELMA BERTRAM RAYMOND BROWN MRS. JOAN DERRYBERRY WILLIAM DUPES ELSIE JOBE W. J. JULIAN CHARLES J. KEENE JAMES B. MARKS JEWEL NOLEN JUDY ORR MALCOLM OUILLI EDUCATION EDUCATION-LIBRARY EUGENE STEINQUEST WILLIAM B, STRADLEY MRS. MAUDE TERRY WALTER WADE POWELL WHITFIELD ORIOLE WISNEF MRS. VIRGINIA BROWN JAMES P. BUCK ALBERTA CAMERON MATTIE SUE COOPER MRS. CHRISTINE JONES ROGER G. JONE X WALDO POWER MRS. ROSE DUBOIS MRS. MARY ANN BYROM MRS. AMY JOHNSON MRS. MOZELLE MEDLEY MRS. JOANNA PHILLIPS COLLIE B. JARED KAUL FINCHER MRS. BARBARA PANGLE MRS. MARJORIE MEADOWS TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY AGRICULTURE-HOME ECONOMICS HAROLD C. FUNK MARGARET JOHNSON ESTHER MONTGOMERY MRS. CHARLENE MULLINS CHARLES PANGLE ROBERT T. PARHAM CHRISSA WENDT MARIE WHITE MW sqm .sql Page 53 JOHN A. BULLINGTON MARVIN BYROM W. B. CLEMENT HORACE D. CRAUN ALBERT L. DUKE RALPH L. DUNCKE LAWRENCE M. FRIEDRICK C. O. GLISSON T. C. HARDIN RONALD E. JONES C. O. MOCK JOSEPH H. MOOR ENGINEERING F CULTY I I ENGINEERING W. P. MOWATT JAMES E. PARIS L. E. SISSOM WILBURN TUCKER DONALD D. WILLIAMS MILO R. WILLIAMS RICHARD WRIGHT Page 54 - ll N - 0' HAROLD E. AYERS MRS. BILLY BOLEN NORMAN BUSSE MRS. BILLIE CAMERON LEONARD J. CARTIER DON R. COOK JERRY L. CRAWFORD CARL F. HANKINS EUGENE JARED MRS. VIRGINIA JOHNSON MRS. VIRGINIA PLUMMER JOHN POTEET JOE A. THORNE HOMER M. WILLIAMS Page 55 .--W activities 'NW 'K -H Q gsm! -5,145 .4 .,,3,,gEv MA PRESIDENT, John T. Mason VICE-PRESIDENT, Robert L. Brown ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY COUNCIL-T. Butler, TMDO President, B. Garner, Junior Class President: P. Ouillen, Freshman Class President: R. Brown, ASB Vice-President, President E. Derryberry, J. Mason, ASB Presidentg Dean Quillen, S. Haste, ASB Secretary: C. Reese, Senior Class President, C. Pippin, ASB Treasurer: B. Harward, TWO President. Not present: L. Carter, Sophomore Class President Page 58 A B ls Key Organization The student government is one of the most impor- tant facets of a college, and at Tech the Associated Student Body is the organization which represents the students and serves as a link between the students and the faculty. Being the voice of the student body and the co-ordinator of all student activities. it is the key organization on the Tech campus. Following the preamble of the constitution ol' the Associated Student Body, every student at Tech is a member of the ASB and, as such, is able to participate in the election of oflicers and in the determination of ASB policy. ln order to assure adequate representa- tion of every student on campus, the presidents of the Tech Menls Dormitory Organization and the Tech YVomen's Organization are members of the council plus the officers of the Associated Student Body. President Everett Derryberry and Dean Malcolm Quillen, chairman of the Student Activities Commit- tee, are ex-officio members and attend the meetings. This year the president of the ASB is John T. Mason, senior engineering major from McMinnville: SECRETARY, Janie Sue Haste . k-was TPS . 1 vice-president is Robert Brown, junior pre-law major from Oak Ridgeg secretary is Sue Haste, senior English major from Cookeville: and the treasurer is Carlen Pippen, sophomore pre-veterinary medicine major from Cookeville. Proper orientation of freshmen into the Tech fam- ily is one ol' the functions of the ASB. An initiation program is set up to help the freshmen get better acquainted with Techg and at the end of a special week given over wholly to their training, the ASB Court helps those who have had diiliculty learning. Activities under the auspices of the ASB through- out the year are varied. The ASB is in charge of all campus elections as well as planning IHOSL social and recreational activities. Among the activities are dances after ball games, Homecoming and the all-campus pic- nic. ln addition the ASB is in charge of several Public Programs each quarter. Here campus talents is fea- tured, including the Troubadours or other groups. The Associated Student Body is the vital link be- tween the students and the administration. TREASURER, Carlen Pippin Page 59 TWO BOARD-Seated: E. Burchfiel, B. Boaz, C. Robertson, L. Amonell, Vice President: B. Harward, President: M. Knott, Treasurer: Dean Marshall, Sponsor: J. Knowles, B. Slcillern. Standing: N. Black, P. Moore, N. Allen, K. Marlin, M. Crouch, J. Dilclay, T. Thompson, J. Payne, C. Voorhies DORMITORY SUPERVISORS: Mrs. Gertrude Crawford, Mrs. May Minnich, Mrs. Mary Minor, and Mrs. Vera Goodpaslure Page 60 TWO lncludes All Women Students ln cooperation with the Dean of Woiiieii, the Tech Ylfomenls Organization, which is led by President Betty Harward, is a sell'-governing body which is composed of all women students on the campus. The TYVO Board is made up of all the dorm ollicers plus one representative from each dorm and the executive oflicers of the entire TXVO. The board meets with Dean Marshall once a month to plan lor future events. Each quarter the TVVO sponsors a Backward lVeek during which female students only can ask for dates. Girls must carry books, open doors, walk on the outside ol' sidewalks and do any other acts considered proper for a man. The week is elimaxed by a semi-lormal dance. livery winter quarter open house is held on Friday and Saturday nights in the Dance Studio. Among the activities are various card games and dancing. This organization also presents each lreshman girl with an "Aquila," a handbook of rules lor the Tech women. TMDO Governs W Male Students 1 M" 'mv .-X11 1111110 s1111l0111s l'CS1111llg 111 1110 11111'11111111'10s 1111 1:11111l111s 1111111111111101111y 1101111110 lIlClll1JC1'S 111' 1110 '11C1'1l N1Cl1'S 11111'11111111'y U1'g11111111111111. E11111 11111111 111101'1110s 11s fl SCll1ll'2l1C 111111 1111111111 1110 '1'N1DO. my '1'110'1'MDU 11111111111 1s 11111110 1111 111' 1'0111'0s0111- 1111v0s C1CC1CC1 1111111 011111 111 11115 11111'11111111'10s. '1'h1s 0111111111 s01'1'0s 11s 1110 CCllll'2l1 g11x'01'111110111 11x'01' 0111111 11111'11111111'y. r1111C '1'X113O p110s1110111 is ll 11101111101 111' 1110 .'Xss11C1111011 8111110111 13111111 C1111111311. '1'1111 111111611 il s0111111' 1r11g11101:1'111g 1i1101111s11'y 111211111 1111111 C1111111111. 111CIlll., 1s 1111s y0111"s 151170 p1'0s1110111. 1110 10011 11101115 17111'11111111'y c,1'gl1l11Z?1110l1 111- 10111p1s 111 1'l1YL11Cl' 21 51111111 111 111111y 111111111g 11101111110 s111110111s 111 1110 1111r11111111'10s 111111 111 s111111s111' 111111- g1'2llI1S 1'01111111g 111 1'0s1110111'0 111'111'1110s 111111 0111111111- 1110 111 1110 1s'011-110111g 111' 111011 s111110111s. 50101111 s111'1111 1111111110115 11110 11C111 by 1111s g1'111111 011011 1ll12l1'1C1' 811511 215 1111 OPCII 1101180 211111 ll SCIII1' 1111'111a1 C111'1s111111s 11111110. R. li. F11s1111 is s111111s111' 111' 1110 TNIDO 1111' 1110 s01'111111 YCZIT. ' TMDO SPONSOR IS R. E. FUSON, and Dean Malcolm Quillen serves as the group's aclvisor TMDO COUNCIL-Seated: R. Harris, Vice-President T. Butler, President: J. Childers, Secretary-Treasurer. Standing: L. Cole, B. McConl1ey, W. Russell, and S. Francisco ,... 1 ,..,,..., 5. ,QQI K D pb? ,W M 1 1 , lil, A K. 1 ? 1 A 1 -M 1 111' We W--M ,, 11-Q. 1- 51 1 ,R ' HQ MN M W- by 1 W If -11-:1 .f , k , b x My in A , Page 61 Jo Ella Blaclcbum Robert Lee Brown Tim Richard Butler I Joe Edwin Couch William Ralph Denney Mary Cathenne Grissom Moore Hackett James Stephen Hagan Betty Lee Harward Hubert Blevins Kmser John Thornton Loggins Moyers Luther Neal, Jr. Wintfred Landon Smith Mary Jo Thompson Elizabeth Boai Thrasher Carolyn E. Voorhies WHO, WHO largaret Burlce'Emmett Charles Boyd Galyon Janie Sue Haste Claude Ann Huddleston Melvin Thomas Huftine James Harry Jaquess Helen Grace King IN AMERICAN COLLEGES and UN IVERSITIES Ray Hulen Pless Sara Sue Sadler White Gibson Wagiins Mary Grace Willis Lewis Clay Willmore James Richard Wilson James Dalton Winfree K Page 64 . ng, .,.-f-f"" ,ff 'WW' la DON LYELL, Editor-in-Chief WHITE WATICINS, Business Manager New W ' gifs. CHARLES WOMACK, Advertising Manager Yearbook Represents Tech Students The EAGLE is many things to Tech: a reminder to its students, a record ol' the year and a creative ex- pression ol' the students. In lfltitl, the concern ol' its editors and staff was to publish a yearbook both representative ol' Tech and in good taste and form. The cover is designed of black and red to represent the trend toward modern think- ing and art. Don L 'ell. industrial technolofr' ma'or from Old D . Hickory, Tennessee, is editor-in-chiel. and YVhite Wzitkiiis, business management major lrom Tazewell. Tennessee, serves as the yearbook's business manager. Dr. Guy Stewart. public inlorniation director. is the publications advisor. The stall' was organized during the spring and the L sectional editors were chosen. These students at- tended learning sessions and began work immediately although most ol' the yearbook was completed during the Iall and winter quarters. .EX queen is chosen each year by the EAGLE stall to represent the book. The girl is chosen on the basis ol' her work and contributions to the yearbook. Miss Mary Grace YVillis, senior mathematics major from Manchester, Tennessee. was elected 1960 EAGLE Queen by the yearbook editors. Miss NVillis was pre- sented in the annual Homecoming parade and is represented in the Features Section ol' the yearbook. Each year the EAGLE sends representatives to the Associated Collegiate Press Convention which was held in New York City this year November l l through I5. Don Lyell, XVhite XVatkins, and Charles Wioniack attended the meeting along with representatives from the Oracle Staff and Dr. Stewart. The yearbook also sends copies to be rated by the Associated Collegiate Press Critical Service. In the past years, the EAGLE has stayed in the First-Class and All-.-Xnierican categories. The H160 editor and stall have attempted to give the students at Tech aonther ".-Xll-.-Xnierican" yearbook. This year the staff was divided into sectional edi- tors and their staffs. Each sectional editor had a com- plete staff lor his section and worked independently lrom the other sections. Once every two weeks the editors inet to discuss their problems and plans lor Iuture work on the yearbook. Then each editor met with his starl' to discuss these plans. The editor hoped that through this organization in ALL CLASS STAFF: Wayland Hawkins, Patti Morgan, Betty Jo Dooley, TYPlSTSr Jeanne PGYNG. Ge0l'9l'3 Ann FHPPBH. Mary Garrigan lstandingl Ann Baggett lseatedl each sectional editor would be able to carry out the plans lor his section in harinony with the rest ol' the yearbook. Several new pages were added this year plus a col- ored picture which is used in lront ol' the hook. 'l'he honor section was also changed and tnany ol' the clubs and organizations were moved to other sections in coherence with their activities. 'l'he business stall reached the highest record ever in advertisement sales. Editing a yearbeok is strictly business. and for niany people, Room 211, Tech Union, is a familiar scene lor their leisure tune: however, the yearbook was not all work and no play. Each quarter the staff along with the Umclc' stafl' got together lor entertain- ment. During the lall quarter, the publication staffs went to Standing Stone State Park lor a picnic. ln the spring quarter the staffs enjoyed an afternoon ol' play and a picnic supper at Rock Island, near NlcNIinnyille. MILITARY AND SPORTS STAFF: Jerry Hill, Jimmy Fuqua PHOTOGRAPHERS: Seated, Richard Davis, Roy Holdaway. Standing, Henry Hulan, Don Jared, Bill Wolfe Page 65 FAYE BEATY, Copy Editor JOHN MCNEILL, Sports Editor LARRY NORMAN, Military Editor MARY GRACE WILLIS, Activities Editor f H -745, V, , Page 66 f"""b. SHIRLEY RAY, Index Editor DOROTHY CANTRELL, Picture Editor ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION STAFFS: Kathryn Catlin, Gail West, Mary GiIIiIand IseatedI, Kay Martin STUDENT LIFE, ACTIVITIES, AND COPY STAFFS: Marva Lee, Dottie Wallace, Carolyn Brabson a , ED I-IULLANDER, Circulation Manager WILLOGENE GRACEY, All Class Editor TOMMY HUFFINE, Administration Editor BUSINESS STAFF: Pat Moore, Louise Zarzour, Barbara Blankenship fseafedl, Dick Womack, Ralph Gibbons, Bernard Keys, Glenn Basham CLASS EDITORS: Ann Ebert, Senior Class Editor: Eugene Lunn, Junior Class Editor, Linda Daughtry, Sophomore Class Editor. Not pictured is Toby Ellis, Freshman Class Editor CAROLYN SMITH, Features Editor MARTHA HICKS, Organizations Editor BETTY JEAN I-IAXWKINS, Student Life Editor Page My 5 1' is Ni: '42 Q5 I if E I, ,M ,aw-Q " ...,. mr a me ,A.., E .QVV E iii ti 42? f :i 7,wL I --:-v' I llz' E ::L. 5 g 'law :H i BETTY HARWARD, Editor-in-Chief Oracle Receives ll-American Rating Headed by Editor Betty Harward and nianag- ing editor, Larry Roberts, the Oracle is published bi-weekly throughout the year. The Oracle is a record ol' the campus news, in- cluding past and future events and current opinions of the student body. Dr. Guy Stewart, publicity director, is faculty advisor lor the publication. To the lnelubers ol' the stall, who strictly volun- teer their time and talents, the Oracle is all business. They are kept busy reporting ineetings and coming events, writing features and editorials, writing and typing four pages of copy to be copyread and cor- rected. 'lliroughout the past years, the Orzuile has stayed in the First-Class and All-American categories, and was given the All-American rating in the ACP judg- ing this past year. SUE HASTE, TOMMY HUFFINE, and Jim Fitis make up the editorial advisory board ED HULLANDER, Business Manager Page 68 REPORTERS: Seated: Serena Heard, Norma Boles, Tommye Thompson, Wanda Winstead. Standing: Landon Smith, Jerry J. Wisner, Pak Wiser, and Mayhew F. Koellein Last year the All-American Oracle' was uncler the supervision ol' Clyde Heinbree, eclitor-in-chiel, and Miss Harwarcl, nianztging eclitor. The paper is grzulecl ztccorcling to coverage, content :incl physical properties. Ratings ol excellent were given the pub- lication lor treatinent ol' copy, news stories, style, luitttiacs. eclitoriztls. anal sports coverage. Superior rating was given to the liront page zippeztrzuice. Dick Kobak. clirector ol' the ACP Critical Serv- ice. Aiuclgecl the publication. The Oracle was jutlgecl in conipztrison with newspapers proclueecl by other eolleges by siinilzn' niethorl of publication and with the sanie frequency. Miss Harwarcl, Tonnny Hulline, and Roberts attenclecl the ACP Convention which was helcl in New York City this year. LARRY ROBERTS, Managing Editor JIM KENNON, Sports Editor DON LYELL, White Watkins, Charles Womack, Larry Roberts, Betty Harward, and Tommy Huftine board the plane for New York and the ACP Convention Q . .V ' Q " H1 u 5 fa X ,. gy m-J ,. A, ,L z, :i E 21:mg,f, f s is eg - 4: A ,, 1124553 , 55:32 Q ' "" -- -e ,.!, .:,,...., We .ff-'-M-s,,t,,.,. A SPORTS STAFF: Larry Brown, Clifton Abel, Pat Quillen it 2 A ' iv, ' QE Page 69 A V-,tW..W,,,,,,.,f , l Tech Band Receives ational Recognition Techs marching band, under the direction ol Dr. -julian, represents Tech at its musical finest. quality, the Tech Band presents top entertainmenti for halftime shows both away and at home. A new arrangement by E. TV. Stcinquest of the Tech Hymn, pioneered in H758 received such accolades that the band has quickly adopted it. Hlhile the marching band presents the linest in halftime shows and parade performances. the Tech concert band is noted for its musical presentation. Each year the Tech concert band is noted for its musical presentations. Each year the band gives from liliteen to twenty concerts both on and off cam- pus and is another of the fine advertisements for E one ol' 'l'emiessee's most promising colleges. DR. J. JULIAN, band director TENNESSEE TECH MARCHING BAND gives marching exhibition or Triassic - A I I Page 70 Recognized all over the South Ivor its outstanding TECH MARCHING BAND performs at half-iime Top: TECH TWIRLERS pose before practice session Boifom: BAND BOOSTS SPIRIT during the game J. C. BASKETT, head iwirler 352 2: 935-waw' f' K 3, N :L ib- jfs, Q , ,ilfkfls Q-551224 ff lmlr Zigi? ' ,sw Page 71 33 """ ,,,, 'W -our QIIB 5 'U' fn' if 'avir 4' ' we gym, H z ' -2 are . 'nm ,fe BY' ,Qu ,QC WW 91. TECH CHOIR: First row: S. Hagan, A. Bradley, E. Taylor, K. Balmer, J. Hendren, J. Jenson, D. Simmonds, B. Bradshaw, Asst. Accompanist. Second row: E. Long, J. Williams, J. Ziegler, J. Blackburn, B. Rudd, J. Ciarlc, A, Masters, Dr. W. Wade, Director. Third row: P. Lohorn, G. Shoiner, Jr., T. Turney, J. Blalock, B. Moore, P. Grublos, B. McDonald, J. Winfree, Accompanist. Fourth row: K. Ledford, A. Wood, L. Butler, G. Pettross, J. Bridges, C. Ballinger, D. Treadway hoir Furnishes Chorus Provides 'Secular inging High Quality Music l'llll'lllSl1il1g both sgicretl 1111tl secttlztr music lor 'l'et'h lllltl Slll'I'ULll1CliIlg scliools. tl1e 'liL'L'll Clmir is ttticler lhe 11i111 lllltl purpose ol' the 'l'et'h clllUl'llS is to tl1etli1'ec'tio11t1l' Dr. xV2lllCl' xV21tlC. 'I'l11'0t1gl1ot1t the proritle high quality 1111tsie tlirougli the tttilizzttion year the grottp presents t'o11t'erts Ull ez1111pt1s. This ol' the singing talents ol' the 'Lech stttclents. 'lhis your the choir et1111l1i11ecl with the till0lillS ill present- grtmttp presents special 111t1sit'z1l lJl'0g'l'2lll1S both ill pith- i11gl511cl1's Clhristtnzts Orz1tt1rit1. lillfll YViIllCl'tllI21l'lCli lic lJl'Ug'l'2llllS lllltl 011 other r1t'ez1sit111s. The 'l'et'h tl1e choir lakes its 11111111111 tour. Chorus is untler tl1e clireetit111 ol' Dr. XV2lllCl' Xvlllllf. TECH CHORUS: First row: F. Breeden, P. Wallace, C. Crewe, S. Hagan, J. Jones, J. Hendren, E. Taylor, Dr, W. Wade. Second row: P. Clark, J. McBee, R Carr, F. Halfacre, L. Johnson, P. lsenberg, B. Rowan. Third row: M. Pybas, E. Long, E. Reynolds, D. Simmonds, J. Stone, J. Williams, P. Allred. Fourth row: A. Weaver, J. Jensen, B. Rudd, A. Bradley, B. Saylors, J. Wilson. Fifth row: L. Mullens, E. Fergerson, K. Potter, T. D'Andrea, B. Hagan. Sixth row: D. Wilson, E. Leamon, C. Wood, J. Flynt ,. J ,cy Qi A '? Y ' i ' ' 1 i Page 72 7'1"-61'-J' .12'.25'x1QlZJ7"-'35 34 pu! V ' jpg,-,f11, 4:1 355' f yd!! THE TECH TROUBADOURS play for various school funclions cD0nald Leads Troubadours Originally Ol'g'2lllllCll as ll touring musiezil group lo publicize leiiiiessee Tech. the 'l'i'oulJzuloui's IIOXV supply our rzuiipus. 212 well as others. with the besl in popiilzn' music' lm' llOl'lll2ll anal l1ll'0l'lllZ1l clziiices :mil OlllCl' festive occzisimis. 'llhis group ol' iiiusieiuiis is clireflecl by llzirry Mcllmigilcl. xlziff is their lirsl love :mal 1'CC'Clllly the 'l'i'oulxulou1's i'eco1'clecl ll long plziy juz! zilhum. "Like Beal." which lezilureml llarry Nlellcmiizilrlk origiiigil ecmiposilioiis plus some olml llflllflllg slumlzmls. lliwwicliiig an Ol1LlCI. for iiiclivicluzil expressioii mul supplying 'l'eCh's iuusical llClllZlllllS keeps IheSe .l2lZllllCll swinging. BARRY McDONALD, DIRECTOR THE RHYTHM SECTION gives the Troubadours tempo w B il Gower: k.,.v' -r ff ' Page 73 SUSlE SADLER LEADS THE cheerleaders on the fire truck in the home- coming parade ,.r""'fes iff'-H f' PATSY WISER, RALPH ANDERSON, Marsha Lee and Cathy Jones help promote school spirit during motorcacles THE CHEERLEADERS "SOUND-OFF" at pep rallies in front of the Union Page 74 Cheerleaders Boost Tech Spirit "l.et's go lfziglesf' zt lziyorite eheer ol' the leeh "seyen." is just one exzunple ol' the enthusiasin the eheerlezttlers have towzircl athletics. lioasting only two yeterzins. Ralph A-Xnclerson zincl Susie Stuller, both in their seeoncl year ol' lezuling yells, the highrspiritetl group is coinposecl of liye neweoiners: Klzirslizi l,ee. Cathy -Iones. .lo llunter. Put llliser. zincl Nlailissa Knott. Supportetl by Rho lipsilon Rho. better known zis the llep Club. the sclutirl is at teznn only to be surpzissecl by the llootbztll :incl bzislaetbzill tezuns theniselyes. 'llhey are tlelinitely tops in the eonlerenee. XVith throats ol iron. this well known group helps to stimulate enthusizisin at the pep rallies preeecling the Tech gzunes zinil ut the gzunes. AX relatively new zuirl iinportzint job tossecl the elieeinlezulers' uziy is thzit ol' assisting with an annual elieerlezitlers' elinie. llncler the ilireetion ol' Cheer- lezuler Sponsor l,eonzn'tl Cirzux'l'oi'cl. this clinic is heltl each suininer on the ll'et'h ezunpus to encourage better stuclent support in high school zithleties. FIRST DOWN brings show of enthusiasm I Betty Harward Reigns Over Ma Festivities "Cherry 1110850111 1111111011 was 111e 111e111e 01' the 21111111211 Hay 1?21y 211'1ivities 211 '1'e1t11. Belly 1'1211'1VZl1'C1. se11i01' El1g1iS11 11121-101' 110111 c112lSg0XV, Ky., 1'C1gllC11 0x'er L11e May lestivities. Miss 1"12ll'1V2ll'111S 11121111 01' 1101101' was .10yce E121111. SC1l101' SCC'l'Sl2ll'1211 science lIl2ljO1' 110111 b1lfb1illllV111C. Her 1l0wer 111211110118 were Sue H21s1e. SCl1i0l' 1'1llg1iS11 11121-101' 110111 C00keVi11e, 211111 A1111 131'0w11, SCll10l' s0- 1'i211 science llllljlll' 110111 G2111a1i11. Pl'CCCK1i11g the Clillwllillg 01 the queen, the se11i01' 1'121ss 211161 celebrities were prese111e11. 111116 SllPC1'12l' liYCS were: Miss '11Cl'1l, N121ry Grace 1Vi11is: '1'ec11 SweeL11e21rt. Sue Ti11we11: 1521c11e10r 01' Ugliiiess. 11111 H21g2111: 211111 Prince 01' PC1'SO11?1111y, B111111y b121l'E111. Class 1JC2lll1,1CS were Nancy 1211211165 211111 Gale Gal' 121g11e1'. SCll101'S2 x10yce 1411011108 211111 f1C0l'g12ll1llC 1'VZl11QCl'. l1lli01'Sl K1L1112l SKCXVQITL 211111 Marjorie V2111g1111. s0p11011101'es: k121y11e 11121111011 211111 Sharon c1211'llC1'. 111'CS1ll1lCl1. c11Clll Reese YVZIS the 1'r0w11 1JC2ll'C1' 211111 R0be1'1 1il'O1Vl1 211111 P211 1211111011 were 111e 1121111 1JC211'Cl'S. Nlusic 211111 1121111'i11g were 1'111'11is11e11 by 111e '11CL'11 13211141 211111 C1lO11' 211111 Lbe May 1'01e C12l11CC1'S. 711116 ex'e11i11g's activities were 1f1i11121xe11 by 21 se111i-1011111211 l1l111L'C wi111 11111sic 1'11r11is11e11 by l11e '1'ec11 '1'1'011b21- 110111's. 1 mxgrm 15: 15555 . W K N 4 Hs I X C 1 STUNNING Betty Harward reigned as Queen of May COLOR AND BEAUTY were p1enti1u1 in ihe traditional May Pole dance ..... : Sm H to KX li xl 4 74. Kb 1 i. 3 K Q sgw t.: mmm HSKUNK 'EM EAGLES" BUILT by the Society of Business tool: third place in the homecoming parade Hundreds of Alumni Return for Homeeomin Hotneeoniing is a big event on any college calen- dar, ancl Tennessee 'l'etili is no exception. Hundreds of stutlents ancl returning alumni llockecl to the earn- pus lor a big clay of festivitv. NVeeks in advance stuclents began to plan various lloats and clorniitorv decorations. On lioinecoining eve a liuge bonlire was built in tlie niicltlle ol' tlie quacl. Nearing initlniglit. a pep rallv was lieltl by the male ineinbers of tlie Tech laniily riglit outsitle the living quarters of tlie ieniale nieinbers ol' the lainily. A-Xt last tlie clay Caine. Cookeville was bursting witli niunis, lloats, excfitecl students antl aluinni antl, above all, rain. Yet. not even rain Coulcl put a tlzunper on tlie spirits ol' tlie stuclent bocly. 'lllie traclitional Homecoming paratle was tlie lirst part ol' tlie program. just like tlie state lair. tlie event gets bigger antl better eacli year and '59 was no exception. QUEEN LINDA SAIN MASON and her attendants: Virginia Stoneciplier, Alice Amacher and Betty Harward My my ijt Y U vmiff , , ,vlwqygf , Q20 t V 'ik V i J' Q' L is sf: 11 4 2' r L if Page 76 if? 0 1,341 - j-535-aww , if i ,. ,tp Q i Q 35.3 ,A E W Q :wk .nf W , . l"atiw3i,gQl A r 1 ' U 'Witvf?i3i':, Q1 5 , , af L ' f-fdisp. if 't it it , ,, ,st, , ,i ,N H, V' 3 W Y gf wegzimgff, New - 3,15 'Bri,fys5 i' 5r 2.i,s ' , t fs tyzfrzw ' ' iw y sf ii-itii5' iii2?5?,. , 1 1 ' . s 1 A t li A ,if:15Q' ht. -A A LIL E ' 'K , i E ,- nf, ,mah lifhlll 1 W1 by , . A jj-3552:-5-5:55 Ax 1-...uh-I ' ,,.. :fa THE SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY tooI1 first place with "It's What's Up Front That Counts" The climax ol' the IJZIYZIKIC was the IIOZIL beuriiig Ho111eeo111i11g Queen Li111lz1 Sz1i11 Nl2lS011,21llil her Royal Court i11el111li11g senior lleuy l'l211'YV2l1'Cl Zlllfl juniors, Alice A111z11:l1cr a111l Virginia Stoiieciplier. I-Ialltiine festivities were highligl1Le1l by Lhe crown- ing ol' Queen l,i111la by A S B P1'esi1le11L John 'lf Mason. Football 1lue1311, -Io ljllflllllll, driven onto the held i11 an Austin Healy, was c1'ow11e1l duriiig the half- time activities by 1'o-1iapLai11s XV. Shuuiaker and Kyle Kilgore. Also p1'ese11te1l Lo Lhe spectators at this time was ba111l sponsor. -Io Ella IQIZICIQIJUTII. As Lhe game came to 21 close, Tech fans, wet but OVCI'-IOYCKI, celebrated ll 29-lfi victory over Nlurray Slate, our I'rie111ls l'1'o111 Kentucky. The final eve11L of the clay was Lhe IIOIIICCOIIIIIIQ' Dance. hel1l ll1'0lll 8 PBI. 1111til I2 111i1l11ighL i11 Kle- lll0l'l2il ciyIllll21SlllIll, lor wl1i1-11 the 'I'e1ih 'lll'OllIJ2llI0lll'S I-lll'l1lSl1CKl the 11111si1'. Rain. the pa1'a1le. the Ioolball game. the 1la111'e llllll more rain IIIZIIIC ll 1'o111pleLe Ho111e1io111i11g Day for the 'l'e1ih sl111Ie111s 211111 Zllllllllll. THE PEP CLUB MEMBERS SAY school spirit is not obsolete EAGLES HATCHED ANOTHER homecoming victory. This one was over Murray State ovsnnu. ti FIELD ' S 6 7 8 9 I0 TENN new W DOWN VISITORS vos.1o G0 QUARTER - ff vAnm.1Ne Page 77 PLAYERS PRACTICE for "A Visit to a Small Planet" CHIP ALMGREN, MRS. PENNEBAKER, Gordon Meadors, Bill Clay- JANE AVANT AND ED STUDENTS INTERESTED Page 78 SHAW rehearse for "The Brute" which was given in public programs in dramatics try out 'For parts in "The Petrified Forest" pool, Don Jared, and Carolyn Short discuss actions on stage Players Desire Little Theater loclay is the clay ol' the grass-root theater. ancl with this in ntincl. the lech Players have as their goal the establislnnent ol' a l.ittle Theater in the Cookeville area. 'lihis clratnatit' group was Iiorntally orvianifetl in L D lEl:'w5 through the ellorts ol' the senior class ol ISIS-I. 'lihe graduating class, alter presenting Bell, Hoof: mul Canrllff as their class play. cliscussecl the iclea ol organizing such a group. 'l'hen in IEI55 ttncler the organization ol' Dee lX'ehlJ. LaVella Presley antl Nlrs, CQ. H. Pennebaker a constitution was written ancl acloptecl. The Iirst play presentetl hy the 'l'ec'h Players was 1Vlilrr1n1lr1. XN'ork was begun in l957 on establishing an hone orary clraniatics fraternity. anal in Nlay ol' that year a charter was grantecl Iirotn the National Chapter ol' Alpha Psi Omega. Metnbership into this Iirater- nity is available to those who have earnecl a eertain ntnnber ol' points while in the 'l'et-h Players. Since its organization the Players have presentecl such productions as Silver Cowl, l'l'ilf'l1n1g flour, l.anru, Hlyllze Sjziril, anal Vlsll lo ll Small l'l11111'l, this year's procluetion. Proeeecls Iirotn these plays will go towarcl the purchase ol a site lor a theater. DR. DALE LEVEL gives advice to Potter Cantrell and Raymond Eaves BILL CARRINGTON. DAVID KING. H1-'QI' W- DennY- and HUQI' I-- Debaters in Top Honors In recent years Iech has begun to connnancl a great cleal ol' respect in the South ancl in the nation in the Iielcl ol Iiorensics. 'Iihis is best witnessed by the Iact that each year the clebate teams turn clown many invitations to cle- bate tournaments throughout the East. ancl South. 'llhe speech group enters every major tournament in these areas. Delegates this year attenclecl the .-Xlabama Discussion 'llournamenti the Wlestern Kentucky Invita- tional at Bowling Green, Ky.: the Iiirmingham Invita- tional, Birminghani, Ala.: Iennessee State IIIOIIYIIQIIIICIIIZ the All-Southern Iournainent: anal the Pi Kappa Delta Regional Iournanient. 'I'ech has never Iiailetl to have a stuclent place in the Alabama Discussion Iournainent in lourteen years ancl has won first place in the women's alter-clinner speaking in the State 'iliournament lor the last four years. In H158 a milestone in speech activities was reachecl at 'I'ech with the awarcling ol' several clebate scholarships to top tlebaters Iiroin high schools all over the state. ,-XII tlebaters are members ol' the Speech .-Xctivities Club antl alter meeting certain qualifications they may be electecl to membership in Pi Kappa Delta. Fl'ech's olclest honorary group. "'I'he art ol speech, beautilul anal just." the motto ol' Pi Kappa Delta. is also the watch- worcl of all 'liech clebaters. McHenry fseatedj admire trophies won by this year's clebaters DEBATERS HAVE I-IOPES of winning more trophies to add to these won in previous years DEBATERS WORK many hours in preparation for tournaments Ai Page 79 FOUR HUNDRED NINETY-SIX seniors, their parents and guests are honored by Tech's Choir PRESIDENT DERRYBERRY addresses the graduation class 3 . was-w,. Mi V, 4 NM mm, TECH'S I959 SENIORS solemnly enter the gymnasium together for the last time Page 80 Graduation ls One onument to Success .Xs lreshnlen everyone was toltl by Presitlent Derryberry to look at the person on his right anal then to look at the person on his lelt: only one woulcl gratluate. For that clistinguishetl one-our ol'-three. Cirzuluation Day is a clay ol' unparalleletl joy ancl excitement. 21 Lillie lor justly feeling a sense of sell'-satisl'at'tion. lt is also a tinle lor nostalgia. a tinie lor renieinhering all the hearte aches and joys that make up one's college years. .X note ol' satlness lentls itsell' well to the 21111105- phere. 'lihe knowledge that niany goocl-hyes are Iinal-the ltbtlltllltttltf. the lrientl clown the hall: niany are the hours you have spent together stucly- ing. -joking or just gossiping. 'l'hese inust he re- ntenlheretl with a touch ol' regret. Uratluation Day stantls as a nionuntent. a inonunient to ntany lrustrating hours spent in registration lines. inany other hours spent :tt hall QZIIIICS anal parties. Nights spent stuclying until your eyes hurn antl other nights spent dancing with "that ntost wonclerlul one in the world" are also a part. llut inost. of all. it is a inonunient to sureess. success as a college stutlent. XVhile a IlltlIlllIllClll ol' the past. Ciratluation H llay is also a11 arrow pointing to tl1e l'l1llll'C. Lile, real life, is just beginning. All those courses learnetl llfllll books lIlllSl now be applied i11 actual practice. The worlcl expects nntch ol a college grachtate. He l1as learned how to clo. but even more iniportant l1e l1as learnecl how to learn-ancl life has 11111ch to teacl1. Happiness, sadness, ancl 1111ce1'tai11ty, tl1e niingled feelings ol' satisfaction and tlClCl'lIllI12lLlOI1 are his Oll tl1is clay. 'l'he 'lcnnessee Tech class of '59 received their tliplonias o11 June 6. 'llhe final phase ol' 'llech lile began on Snnclay with the Baccalaureate sermon cleliverecl by Maj. R. XV. x'vllll2llIlS, U. S. Army Chaplain at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Alter tl1e Baccalaureate the seniors, parents, faculty and guests were honoretl with a reception ancl bullet :1t the l1OII1C of Presiclent anal Mrs. Derryberry. Following tl1e ClOllllllCI'1CClI1CIlf acldress by Dr. XVillartl F. Coslin, professor ol etlucatioii at George Peabody College, tl1c roll was callecl lor tl1e last ti111e lor the largest gratlnating class in Techs history. Front the 2ll1Clll0l'll1l11 floor tl1ey walked o11to tl1e stage: from tl1e stage they walked lllltl life. 'YE +1 1 'St- BUFFET SU PPER after baccalaureate service honors seniors PRESIDENT DERRYBERRY and Dean J. A. Barksdale lead Tech's intellects Wu. A-sq . MW s 'HF , Z 4' L55 Q,.y 1 M53 3555 ""9' ill iii I Page 81 W SP?55'2'51 ,X vt... 41,1 f ,, , .. .... Z . A ,. 1 W is 52. ':c.:, .:-.:,'5,-.g5, . . 'wifV-'-'s2s1:SEfZ:'E?.'-,I-,3' -"' , Q M' E: ' ' ' " ' :fa if wp ., e f www-Www m4.wW,,w J - ,VW may an luwnww-:isa i,' .L,z Awww ZW , if X A , 5 , .,,. . ,,,. 5 O w , Rez:-"N COLONEL MILLER CAME to Tech in I959 as PMS8cT after returning from an overseas assignment in Germany. ROT Reorganizes On Pentomie Plan The Tech Reserve Officers Training Corps underwent 21 drastic change this year. The Train' ing Corps was reorganized on the Pentoinic con- cept, which is the new organizational structure of the United States Arniy. The Battle Group, coniposed of two task forces, was subdivided into 21 Hezidquarters Coin- pany, 21 Combat Support Company and live rille coinpanies lettered A, li, C, D, and E. ln addi- tion to the above organizations, the Cadet Buttle Group has 21 band, 21 color guard, and a precision drill tezun known as the Rebel Rilles. The Tech Reserve Officers Training Corps is responsible lor the training ol' potential oflicers. The priniziry purpose ol' the ROTC unit is to in- struct und train the young college nien ol Loduy lor 21 position in the .-Xrnied Forces olf toniorrow. The operation ol' the Tech ROTC detach- nient is supervised by Col. Gordon A. Miller. Colonel Miller eznne lo Tech in H159 alter re- turning lronn overseas duty in Germany. 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Miss K21111c1'i11c 11101111 was 111c 1959 NIili1211'y Queen: s11c was p11csc111c11 ai llllf 21111111211 NI1111211'y 132111, which is s111111s111'1:11 111' 1110 G1'y11l11111s. 1110 1211161 111111'c11s c11111. T110 H1ll1111111c1's wcrc lCitllll'CCl 211 111c 1121111tc. 11121 Rlllll F11s1c1', A1111 l'1UlliCl'SOll. L1111121 821111 Nl21s1111 211111 ixllllil Cf211'11ly11 F1111 were 2111c111121111s 111 111c 1111cc11. 'I'11c ROTC l21c1l111cs z11'c l111'z11c11 llC2ll' 1l1c 11121111 1:21111- ' pus 211111 lIlClllC1C 1110 2l11llllIllSLl'2lllYC 111111ies, class1'1111111s, rifle 1'2111g1: 211111 l2111111'211111'1cs. as 1 ' ii' "1 TELL YOU Dunavin, the square one's mine." ROTC CADRE STAFF-Row 1, Capt. Johnson, Capt. Taylor, Maj. Tosh, Col. Miller, Capt. Ferrer, Capt. Anderson, Capt. Murphy. Row 2, MfSgt. Williams, SFC Weber, SFC DeVall, Sgt. Oliver, SFC Arnold, Sgt. Galle, Sgt. Copeland, Sgt. Wedwick . 1 W H., , , Page 85 .M . at ROTC ummer Camp Gives New Experience 'I'hirty-eight Tech MS III cadets attended six- weeks summer camp at Fort Benning, Ga., which was held from July 20 to August Sl. 'I'ech advanced ROTC students attend the camp between their junior and senior years. Dur- ing this six-weeks period, they act as soldiers in the regular army. Special classes are held on modern warfare and the cadets are given an insight on just how the soldier lives and the special types ol training olliered to him in the army. Leadership is stressed more than any quality during this period. 'l'he cadets rotate positions in rank. A cadet could be company commander one day. the platoon leader the next. and loot soldier the next. CADET BROOKS, Dean Quillen, and Cadets Hudson and Hughes discuss their experiences of the day during field training exercises CADETS ATTENDING SUMMER CAMP-Row 1, T. Huttine, T. Mann, J. Wilson, L. Smith, J. Oliver, J. Partlow, W. Hickman, S. King, G. Broyles. Row 2, T. McPherson, J. Woody, J. Sprouse, N. Mynatt, B. Smith, M. Harris, J. Bellar, D. Fitzpatrick, J. Fitzgerald. Row 3, J. Brinkley, B. Hudson, J. Jarrell, R. Lottis, B. Malone, W. Hughs, C. Freeman, J. Mason, J. Windle. Row 4, G. Aust, D. Craig, G. Harvey, J. Winters, H. Dainwood, D. Reid, L. Brooks, B. Miller, B. Nor- ris, T. White, D. Heath Page 86 A BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT was held during summer camp, in which each company was represented. Other recreational activities for the Cadets included volleyball, swimming, horseshoes, and golf CADETS MASON and Mann clean their rifles for evening inspec- tion. While these inspections were dreaded by every man, they were beneficial to the Cadets and acquainted them with actual combat conditions READY ON THE RIGHT! READY ON THE LEFT! READY ON THE FIRING LINE! These commands are familiar to all those who attended summer camp. The MI rifle was fired for record from the I00, 200 and 300 yard line """, 4 ig ps' .e..m4f 1, Page 87 CROWNED QUEEN of the annual Military Ball was Kathy Glenn Miller Cr phons Promote Militar Program The Gryphons Society is among those organi- zations o11 campus which have the highest quali- fications lor inenibership. The Gryphons are composed ol ROTC advanced students who have niet the qualilications acceptable to the organi- Zation. The purpose of the Gryphons is to promote the military program at Tech. This objective is carried out by encouraging lirst and second year students to continue their training in the ROTC. Leading the Gryphons Society is President Tommy Hufline. He is assisted by Vice-President Tommy McPherson. Secretary Landon Smith, Treasurer Duane Reid, Parliamentarian Hugh Denny and Sergeants-at-Arms Martin Harris and John Loggins. Each year the Gryphons sponsor the Military Ball. This year the dance featured the Hill- toppers, a vocal group, and Katherine Glenn Miller reigned as Military Queen. Among the other activities were the military banquet and a Regimental Rilie match. MEMBERS OF THE GRYPHONS-First Row: Tommy Hutfine, President: Tommy McPherson, Vice President: Wintfred Smith, Secretary: Duane Reid, Treasurer: Martin Harris, Sergeant-at-Arms: Hugh Denny, Parliamentarian. Second Row: John T. Mason, Sam King, James Wilson, Jr., James Sprouse, Jr., Eddie Manners. Third Row: Bill Miller, Jack Windle, Boyd Malone, Jack Brinkley, John Loggins. Fourth Row: George Aust, Lawrence Brooks, Travis White. 3 it ilsi ig, sf :.gg,-...f 11- - ,. ., .... I .s cw.-,, x . . 'f-Zfitiizigzgz ' t 4 , .,.. . .... ...W .Ms ,I .,., -,,,,, ,... ,,,,,.,g,,. B ...,. ,-,, ., -. -. . ,., .,-, - A P " ..1,.-- . ,Hs if . ,L ., is ef .5 -'f--: . mv' M "--- W. aw Page 88 Federal lnspection Calls for Preparation 'l'he annual lederal inspection ol 'l'echis ROTC unit was conducted April 23-24 by the inspection tezun composed ol' Col. Sain Rasor and I.t. Col. Xvllllkllll YV. Blackburn. 'I'he lirst part ol the inspection was spent in orientation with Col. C. .-X. H. Euhanks who brieled the teani concerning lacilities, personnel. and location ol the different units of the program. Alter this. the tetnn proceeded to inspect the ROTC buildings and drill lields. Then the teain Visited the tlassroonls where they were perinitted to ask students questions and evaluate the class- work. Inspection ol the entire cadet, regiment. both in ranks and parade, was conducted in the alter- noon. At this time. the inspecting ollicers ex- amined each ll1flll.S unilorin, weapon and personal appearance. The cadets were also quizzed on points of military emphasis. 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W-1-5,3.W .J fTs'f7f,1lif"'ii"ffs""-ilx"'fi'IfiiQisf4'Mf'Qf'T U M -'fl 'M flfslg af Page 89 '-Lili ROTC SPONSORS-Julia Stewart, Annette Phillips, Kathy Glenn Miller, Ann Fulkerson, Caryion Fox, Nancy Lewis, Sharon Garner, Virginia Skonecipher, Beify Harward, Judy Ann Smith ROTC BAND, Cadet 2nd Lt. Dan Treadway, Commander xi3w'i ?f??Bf533SESm i 21115315 2 11 susan Emmy: GW N ...... 1 .I ., , -' -M. sinus , .... 2 Y. , . " as li i 3H Wi W amanda :annum Page 90 ROTC Develops Future Leaders Realizing the great need for future niilitary leaders and eflicient ones, the Tech ROTC cle- tachnlent strives to clevelop qualities ol leadership comparable to those ol' the regular army. Each year the caclets make an arnis inspection tour of the llllst Airborne Division at Fort Camp- bell, Kentucky. Here they observe and inspect the latest arniy operational procedure lor rnoclern warfare. Much support is given to the Tech ROTC unit by the Cadet Band. The bancl not only per- lornis at all clrills and inspections but assists clur- ing niany other school functions. During the Iall quarter sponsors were chosen to perform with the ROTC unit on special oc- casions such as Arniecl Forces Day. Miss Julia Stewart is regimental sponsor: Anna Carolyn Fox, Sharon Garner, Ann Fulkerson, Betty I-Iarwarcl, Judy Smith, Virginia Stonecipher, Nancy Lewis, Katherine Glenn, and Annette Phillips serve as sponsors for the incliviclual conipanies. MS-I CADETS LEARN meaning of Stack Arms CADETS HARRIS and Ewing inspect weapons during visit to Fort Campbell Rebel Rifles in Top Honors An integral part of the ROTC program are the diverse activities ol' such auxiliary organizations as the Rebel Rilles, Rifle Team and ROTC band. The Rebel Rifles, are known throughout the South for their ex- cellence in precision-drilling. Cadet 2nd Lt. Terry Crittenden, sopho- more physical education in a or from Chattanooga. Tennessee, coin- niands the group. The Rebel Rilles participated in the H759 Vanderbilt drill competi- tion in which they took the highest honor. They also attended the 1959 Cotton Carnival in Memphis. Here they took part in the annual parade and festivities. SGT DeVALL MAKES last minute preparations b fore activation day SIGNING UP for another one year stretch in the Rifles it 4 4 'G of we TN.:-nf" WNW bv-SEG Ca ptain Murphy, Advisor lqiviw St. Sgt. DeVall, Coach Cadet 2nd Lt. Crittenden REBEL RIFLES-Firsf Row: Dunavin, Jones, Crittenden. Second Row: Cook, Houston, Huttstutter, Kellner, Litton, Webster, Davis, Ditmore, Morrison. Third Row: House, Chrisman, Eblen, Langston, Wilson, Francisco, Weber, Taylor, Fortner. Fourih Row: Carroll, Smith, Smithson, Bonner, Dowell, Turner, Mise, Pandazis. Fifth Row: Davis, Hiilard, Smith, Houston, Jinicens, Addington, Bumbaiough w 3' I. "'Z27"' A o N? ,A Mama ,V 1 Immun . ff' mwwwms W'1, wuumnkal z.'Q w msummnn I S 1if-5'-in V smamnm 1 imsaaeews 5 . "" smwsww Page 93 . Q-W' in READY! AIM! FIRE! Rifle Team captain Charles Palmer, tour year veteran ot the Rifle Team, prepares to tire during important match Sgt. Williams, team coach, points out improved score ot Ed Sellers during practice session before a match "CHECK that sight . . ." last minute Page 94 Rifle Team Wins Troph S11ppIe111e11ti11g the X'2ll'iOl1S ROTC activities Zllltl l'CgllI2ll' class work. the 'I'et'I1 1'iIIe lC2llll is UOIIIIJOSCCI oI' lXN'C'IlLy-0110 IIICIIIIJCTS 1111cIe1' the tlie 1'eti1io11 oi' Cztpt. Chztrles I.. -IOIIIISOII. A IIICIIIIJCI' oi' the Nzttional Rille Associzttion, the 1621111 is entitled to pz11'1.it'ipz11e ill ztll 111z11tiI1es i11 the l711i1e1I States. By wi1111i11g the stztte CIlZ1II1lJi0IlSIliIJ last yettt i11 C'0lIllIClil.i0ll witI1 z1II IIWCIIIICSSCC colleges except the LlIliX'Cl'SIl.y ol' CiI12lll2lIlOOg21, the group reeeivetl 21 trophy which may be kept pe1'1111111e111ly il' wo11 three t'o11secft11ix'e years. 'lihis yeztt' tI1e Ville 1.021111 1'ep1'ese111z11ives plztcecl Iouttth. COIllIJCliI1gXVilIl 75 tez1111s. I11 the Xvilliillll R. Hearst NIz1tt'l1. 21 11:11io11z1l eo111es1, 1l1e group plztcecl sixth ill co111pe1i1io11 witl1 eighty-one LCZIIIIS. The 1'iIIe lC2lIll pttrtieipates i11 postal illlll SIlOlllCICl'-IO-SIIOUIKICI' IIIZIICIICS. Postal Ill2llCI1CS z11'e Iiretl o11 the ho111e l'2lllg'C 111111 t'e1'1iIiecI by Zlll oil Iitier. .AX copy of the score sheet is IIICII se111 to 1'z11'io11s colleges which z11'e LTIIZIIICIIQJCII weekly. I11 the SIIOIIICICI'-LO-SII0lllClCl' 111z11ctI1es the two lC2IIllS IIlCCl i11 z1t't11z1I C'OlIlIJClili0ll ill o11e ol' the colleges. 'I'I1is year E56 IIIHICIICS have been YVUII z1111I six lost. All colleges try I'o1' 280 points 11111 ol' ll possible 300. INSPECTION ot rifles is important to all Rifle Team members Sgt Williams-Team Coach RIFLE TEAM-First Row: Capt. Johnson, C. Palmer, R. Ca ptain Johnson-Advisor Sgt. Glaze-Asst. Coach Kemper, R. Brogan, R. Penclergrass, E. Sellers. Second Row: Sgt. Williams, K. Webb, 6. Ashburn, G. Smith, V. Slcullman, L. Russell, K. Spainhour Page 95 53 i s wi .. 5 'Xi , 5 H, S ,. V Izizz lzubz l 1 , Aulluu A 1 J nny gg 1 t - ..A A 1 'V" A- 4 Q A at "fl-: .. -V .. :V A if X 1 ' L Gliz : , ,A H, .Q -j-.5 E - 3 -S? W-me t , L W WW ff- .T K ., ge EL? Q: 5' 1,-""I"f'-Yi' a A Mt if i 'ii COLONEL MILLER instructs the freshmen on military conduct during activation clay drill Activities . . . and More Activities . . . THE IOIST AIRBORNE Division of Ft. Campbell display their modern weapons on Armed Forces Day .ggi , k R Page 96 e e A Q-' my 3 J Ju' W Q ,Qing ..,..,.. . ..,. ia an ,t Y e A, in , l 3 . gn , 4 if A F1 5 1 4 5 it 5 Z 5 :if A CADETS MANN and Huffine play the instruc'cor's role during advance ROTC class PQ 5? i S Wig! e X E mm' H 3 4 133,33 we gt. X 3 2 mi Q4 7 Make a ompletely Trained Officer COME SNOW or darlc nights the Rebel Rifles continue their weekly drills SWF' W A O awk Page 97 features .f Stiff X 'ig . fl-we QW, nu A , Q +1 mi J. f Vs? ,ii 5552114 bg. Ra , 1- .E a: ,Q .,, ay H 5 M .Q Q 5' 53. 4 WJ 'S 4 4 4 V I 45 .N 5, Page 100 Presenting the Superlatives EAGLE QUEEN, Mary Grace Willis. . . .,A. Page HOMECOMING QUEEN, Linda Sain Mason. . . .Page MAY QUEEN, Beuy Harward. . . ,,.. Page MISS TECH, Mary Craee IVi1Iis . . . .Page BACHELOR UF UCLINESS, Jim Hagan. . . .,.. Page TECH SNVEETHEARI, Sue Tic1we11 ..,a ,,.. P age PRINCE UF PERSONALITY, Buddy MarLiu.. .... Page ORGANIZATIGNAL QUEENS. . . ,... Pages 108 and CLASS BEAUTIES . Pages 110 and HALL OF FAME, Sue Haste .... .... P age HONORARY SOCIETY . Page 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 1051 111 112 1151 Wir gy xl 'E 3' WM - if fe 9 Y 2 ww Y fs ,IQ Z? 2- L W -vw za, . . , Ska W L, W an Q X, V SQ ww Q fm. ale my gi, ,gs , ZW , ,Mfg ,L ' VI' EA if wk an W if is if ,im 5 .551 was ff MF if 3? in as f J .6529 'ki Fw , w N xg fm S5 A 'H' 1 Q fe, ,S Wm " usp ,wx ff. if yi f. V .qw-gf'2'fFzQ f' 1.14 ,f 1 -1-1 1 k 'Y ' ' F me Q ua , Www gr 5? Q f .mf MK Hgmecoming Queen v ,l3',1Jf, CSM 272 May Queen - Betty fffawd Www Page 104 Miss Tech 0 mary Q,-ace Willis Mmm. . .N 1 Q WM Bachelor of Ugliness ' 56019 -il Tech Sweetheart - 51,0 Jw!! e Prince of Personality ' Quflffy 7770111 DORIS WI--IITEHEAD Aquatic Club Queen Urganizational Queens ' JULIA STEWART Business Queen Page 108 JO ELLA BLACKBURN Band Sponsor SHARON GARNER Engineering Queen view MARY JO DURHAM MARY JO THOMPSON Football Queen Miss Home Economics KATHERINE GLENN MILLER PEGGY WINTON Military Queen T-Club Queen 1 :SDK wi Page 109 GALE GALLAGHER Class Beauties - JOYCE KNOWLES Page 110 NANCY QUARLES GEORGIANNE WALKER J ULIA STEWART MARJORIE VAUGHN JAYNE BLANTON SHARON GARNER Page 111 Hall of Fame .Xliw Sun' Iixislc: 1111s !JL'L'l1 11111111111 111 thc VIXCIIIICSSCL' Im' 4101111-x'c111c111x z111cl sum inns 111 Yl1L'IlllL'SSl'k' VIKLTII. Miss 1 'IUYI1 "llz1llul' l'wllIllC.u 11111011 gixcss11p1'11111c l'L1f0gIliliOll lluslc' 11115 sclcclul 10 lhis IIOIIUI' by 21 1101111 SXSIVIII. 1 10 111-1'. 215 1110 SCIIQIJI' who IIICCIS ull 1110 l'CfllIi1'CIl1L'l1lS ul. Imsulfnm1-x11'z1 c11111'i1'11lz11'111'1ix'i1i1-s wl up 111 ll1L'L'1I11l1l' 1111- II11111111115 S411 11113 ul Sl'l1tJl21Sl1i' .XClliL'X'CII1CIlI. plus lllk 1111- ISHS F1ul11i. RIN Iluslr ix llll l'x.l1gliNl1 11111j411' 1l11' lz11'1 5111: is 1m111sl11114li11g Zlilllbllg IICI' lc-llow SllltIL'lllS llllll lu-11l1u111c' is 111 Ciuukvxillc. Pager 112 Honorary Society K Helen Davis McFerrin-School of Agriculture and Home Economics Sue Haste-School of Arts and Sciences James Wilson-School of Business Administration Ruth Moyers-School of Education The Honorary Society of Scholastic' Achievement was begun by the eclitor of the i958 EAGLE with the support ol' the ziclniinistrzition. The Society honors those seniors in ezteh of the live schools with the highest averages upon completion of eleven quarters ol' work. Leon Boyd-School of Engineering The selections are bztsecl upon seholzistiti averages lur- nishecl by the registrar. lt is the purpose ol' the Society to proinote at high clegree ol' scholastic ztchieveinent znnong the students and to recognize their eilorts with this honor. Page 113 athletics wwf Q , f ."-lfiifii E' 1-wx ' 41 'PL N Q .- Sm ' J x X .. :pr i 515195 X . ' ' .,W,,,.M ,Q M " Wig ' xv 4 X V 8 !f'2 J ll-O C Selections Page 116 Gordon Mason, Quarterback. All-OVC, Conference leading passer. Set new Tech passing record of 903 yards. Tom Hackler, End, All-OVC, AP Little All-American. Con- ference leading pass receiver wifh a tokal of 522 yards in catching 30 passes. W. J. Shumalrer, Halfbaclx, All-OVC, Conference leading ground gainer. Sei new Tech rushing record of I664 yards. Leading scorer in OVC. Tl A Kyle Kilgore, Center, All-OVC second team, Co-Captain of the team. Mainstay of the Tech line. ticipant in East-West All-Star game. as A D w A O Jack Pearson, Guard, Honorable Mention All-OVC, Alter- nate Captain, able playmalcer and terrific competitor, good team man. Jim Hagan, Center, All-OVC, Dell Pre-season All-American, All-American. Holder of I8 Tech basketball records. Par- i il, ll iii' Page 117 X , P. V. "Putty" OVERALL, Chairman of the Athletic HOOPER EBLEN, Business Manager ot Athletics Dr. GUY STEWART, Publicity Director Council Council Guides 'llhe responsibilities ol 'lieclrs athletic program lall directly upon the shoulders of the Athletic Council. 'lihese men under the chairmanship ol' P. V. Overall. deserve our congratulations for the supervision and arrangenient of all the athletic events in which 'liecli participates. Athletic Program Their policy consists of not only providing lor Tech a program ol' defined diversity, but at the same time it produces winning teams which dis- play to the highest degree the qualities ol' sports- manship. THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL: Leonard Crawford, Joe Moore, Hooper Eblen, F. U. Foster, Louis Johnson, John T. Mason, P. V. Overall, Chairman, Fowler Clark President Everett Derryberry, Dr. J. A. Barlcsdale, T. W. Kittrell Page 118 WILBURN TUCKER, Head Football Coach JOHN OLDHAM, Head Basketball Coach RAY DROST, Football Defense Coach, Baseball Tech Has Young, ompetent Coaches The backbone of Tennessee Tech's athletic pro- gram is composed of a number of outstanding young men who make u J the Golden Ea le coaching staff. C They are responsible for the procurement of ath- letes for Tech varsit ' teams and for trainin ' them in l high standards ol SJll'1Lll2ll as well as h 'sical com- e l 5 petition. To these men also falls the job ol seeing that athletes on scholarship maintain a passing grade lest they be declared ineligible. As long as Tech can be represented by the cali- ber of men whose pictures appear in these pages, the Tech followers will be assured that our teams will not only be top competitors, but they will in every way respect the high ideals of sportsmanship. The ability of these coaches is evident by the impressive record which they have amassed. lt is to their credit that Tech has maintained its high rank- ing in the Ohio Valley Conference. BILL DUPES, Football Offense Coach, Track CHARLES PANGLE, Asst. Basketball Coach, Tennis CHUCK NEWMAN, Asst. Football Coach Page 119 1960 ports Review' 3-I Ai Q2 Th exciting zulcl liecilic' periocl lm' Llie leeli followers. 'l'lie Ikmollmll Lezuu. guiclecl lay sueli oulslzuicliug stars as Gcmlon Maison. XY. SIIUIIIZIIQCY, Kyle Kilgore. zulcl lom H2lL'lilCl'. ezxplurerl Llie CO'C'll21IllPl0llSlllIJ ol' llie COl1IiCl'Clll'C zmcl poslecl 21 respeclzilile 6422 1'ec'o1'cl. 2 4 7 r 7 K 1' f 9 - Q '7'fiiWf5'Sz23I3-?"5j5f.:7 I , . V .... , 'mff bi fm if 'f - igkfsfvgwa w:wa:faQffg,.15.:5 ,Q www 'Z' " .,,. ' X' .L 'fi fe? 5 V, " ' - '. vw , A I V 12: A .5 W . -'f--- . f mx ..-I-1 ..,. : Yrfirw si .5-153' - ' --'- I -..-, - 'N I .3 ..: xy, ' Q " ',.g.,-o .-.. , - . , - , ' U. X as.: M f ' . is Eifmfim MV ' Qifgril, fe A, . K gfsfkff , -'-' A f ' Y. 1 ' I 'A I ggi 1: H E ,A gf AMA. V why, Q 9 "" -,: .- if ' In W in DXMQ ,.,.. ' n 'Q W ...Q 'jj 522' i fi: -,Jima 911-Sllgw W S K w.f.:: ' -' H i few H af , -:,,-V-5 6' - -- I M M ' . ., ROUNDING THIRD is fleet-footed Jerry Flatt LINING UP a chip sllof is J. Munroe e zulilelic' yezu' IEIBU-fill provecl lo be lnolli au 'lllie bznskelbzill LC21ll1 Sllllllllg ixll-.'XIllCl'iCE1ll -lim Hagan, alter some mediocre IlCl'I.O1'II12lllCCS. ralliecl its liorces Zlllfl clefealecl seven ciouseeulive opponents zummg which were Memphis Slate aucl l'i2lSlC11ll lieu- lucliy. 'lilie strain ul' liezuefl compeiilirm pmvecl Ililllll lust wlieu I ecli 2llJlJC2ll'CLl to be on us way Lo llle PASS-CATCHIN6 Tommy Heckler is off GOING HIGH for a two-pointer is Jim Hagan Page 120 l I ,.w..,M E , 3 illi 1 ll if il lf, ff 5, w 'wx ,, rn al A':Q".5Z FOOTBALL CAPTAINS: W. J. Shumalcer l46l and Kyle Kilgore l54l Fall and Football A SCENE much repeated during ilwe sea- son: Kilgore clears the way while Shumalxer AWA K' Q drives for extra yardage -wwfmf gpm V, as ffsfieflfszfffii' W W me-ww Q ,K 1, , : A ur- ,,. . ,, 'fwhziaff . .W-..-.A . saws... mann-gg 3 TENNESSEE TECH SQUAD-Row 1, Coach Tucker, R. McCurry, A. Baggott, J. Clayton, R. Schmittou, K. Kilgore, W. Shumaker, E. Oliver, R. Hargis. Row 2, Coach Dupes, R. Lane, J. Matlack, J. Flatt, D. Grider, T. Heitzman, R. Thomas. C. Blevins, K. Fults. Row 3: Coach Drost, J. Newsom, C. Spears, D. Jacquet, C. Lawler, L. Ponder, L. Adcox, J. Jaquess. Row 4, R. McMillan, G. Mason, T. Hackler, B. James, B. Carter, M. Showers, D. Baxter. Row 5, D. Cebe, A. Frey, R. Broyles, C. Wright, L. Smith, P. Christopher, L. Jones. Row 6, Coach Newman, J. Parris, H. Wilkerson, D. Adams, W. Larkin, C. Black, R. Stribling, L. Paz We I4 3 48 I9 29 29 3 I4 I6 2I I96 RESULTS I6-2-2I Florence State Memphis State Morehead ETSC Western Kentucky Murray Chattanooga Eastern Kentucky Arkansas State MTSC Football ummar Opp. I4 I4 0 7 I9 I6 6 I0 6 2I II3 We I64 506 2300 I30 58 I6 968 3268 8 37 I I I3I 30.6 5I 547 35 I7 TEAM STATISTICS Total First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Yards Rushing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Passes Intercepted Passing Yardage Total Offense Scoring Passes Number ot Punts Punts Had Blocked Punting Yardage Punting Average Number of Penalties Yards Penalized Total Fumbles Fumbles Lost Opp. I26 433 I557 I36 53 I3 6I I 2I68 5 50 I I882 37.6 59 465 24 IO Page 123 ONLY A SHOE STRING kaclcle saves a Florence State TD Florence State Ties 5 0 Tech lil-lil 1I1 Opener 'I'em'h's Eagles opened the season wilh the Lions ul' l'il0l'C1lCC Sllllif. Fl0l'CllCClS single wing :mil the Xolre llillllC box olleiise was operulefl sliarply with Klux liiirlesmi in the cli'iVei"s seat. lilll'lCSOlllS passing :mn eaiuglil 'l'eeh's clelielisive seeomlzliy :mil 21 relaxed line llzil-loolecl. :incl Floremie movecl zihezul lo 2111 early 7-0 lezicl. lVi1h ai Sldilly CllIlll'LCl'lD2ll'li Clorclcm Maison :mal work- horse XV. Sliumzikei' in Cflllllllllllfl. Tech Liecl the game ul 7-7 :incl lfl-Ill. A live yzircl ollsicles penalty proved Lo be the decisive l'zic'Loi' when ll beautiful 32 yard field goal by Carroll XV1'iglit was liulliliecl. Carroll Wright John Clayfon Ronnie McCurry Dink Adams TOMMY HACKLER SHOWS Memphis State why he was selected little All-American MSU Depth Proves T00 Much for Tech lhe short-hatttletl liagles jottrtteyetl to Nlettt- Jhis to latte the Memphis State ligers in clllllllll Stzttlium. Carroll XVt'ight's flfleyattl heltl goal gave l'et'h a leatl which helcl gootl until tlepth proh- ems atttl a resetwe lttllhztck hy the name ol kloe aoytl ptovetl to he latal in the secontl hall. NlSlf ,coretl two toutihtlowtts in the setotttl petiotl to ' , L vm 14145. letih protlucetl a new stat' in this game when gittle fXll-Atueritiatt Etttl lotttttty Hacklet' taught 3 passes lol' ll7 yattls. lhis. however. was not gootl enough to stop the Tigers. W. J. SHUMAKER FINDS only Memphis State players in the play W. J. Shumalcer Ronnie Lane Jerry Par,-is Gordon Mason fag :we gt we ' . Pew it 4 W 4 wtawwx by ,A ' ui. A "fi'if ff fl? fu xiii' f ' 7 ' ff? ', fv:-':5'W.,. Y. 'AQ 'S :f x 54 ' 3' f 1 ,' -. , ' Page 125 LOOKS LIKE good blocking has sei "Shu" free on a long run GORDON MASON MUST have spoiled Heckler downfield Joe Jaquess Pedro Paz We 'l X Page 126 Tech Rings Up 48 0 Win over orehead lllc lllCliClilllCIl playcml one ol lllCll' QILI games ol llmc season as llurr rompcil over 1 li loss Nlorclmcarl llllll. lhulcly lficlcls was Nlorclicz ' ul s only llllL1ll but lic roulrl not copc with 'l'cc'l1's Slumiakcr. NI is Hacklcr. Ralph liroylcs. KICTIY lflall. aml a slum clclcnsc lccl by Kyle Kilgore. Charles Spears l lg2lXlCl'. Ucnc Olircr. Zlllfl liolp llargis. .Xllu II1llllllCS. YllCL'l1 haul rollccl up their wiclcsl xx margin ol llic SCLISOII. Ralph Broyles if J' h Wuxi 48-0. Harry Wilkerson if 1 lor Lhe Eagles as they heal Rust VVCIIIICSSCC Stale I9-T. This hmke 21 three-yezxr Kll'0Llgl1l. ollieilsively. hut the clelensive play ol' Dave Bax- lCl'. .lohn Nlzilluek. .lim NCWVSOIII amcl other cle- lemlers held RISC lo 11 Lolul ol' llll y21l'llS. 1i'I'SC's ihilizll cl1'ix'eol'78 yarcls was suippeml XVl1CI' Nluscm imereepLecl Z1 Sowclel' pass on 'l'ec'h's 3 vzml hue :mal reluruecl ll to the lf. ' We Q 5 GRABBING ANOTHER of Gordon Mason's offerings is W. J. Shumalrer PAZ TAKES breailier from a gruelling baffle Colden Eagles End Johnson Cit Iinx AI0l1l1S0ll City no longer prmiecl Lo he an iinx jerry l'z11'1'is played the lezuling role lor 'lieeh ilillill was where l'z11'1'is. Sluimnker. zmcl Cmn- - Illllly Sl2ll'Ii'll IU lifglll- OUTRUNNING an ETSC defender for a short gain is Jerry Flatt Jerry Flatt Charles Lawler Billy James Eugene Oliver -,... like E in W if gjixlgk 1? mu -W f ,Hx A N F-,g,.,: :gi Q- p'1 .-M:'- A - V 'K ' 1 , 'X ' -' --2.'iffl:i?'z:,'i1i V x, " 555' i Hhapg if i ff if QQ S I ,,Q,jff i..ff F"'1s5ffs:-. 5 . -2-'si'-F1 :-:Wa-:'.?:5iF'E'f -1' :l.':.:.3'f':' 'X - Page 727 A , pm WL.. 2, wig ff? Q so get ' f 6 f me if+1a:f4w5x"f2f'Q at A 1 '. .WW 3521, 'Y . Y .,., ,rzvwagwzm ' fi? ADDING WOE to a Western runner is Rusty Clayton l Tech poils Western Homecoming 29-19 NVestei'n Kentuckys homecoming was spoiled when '1'ech rolled to its third straight victory by the score of 29-l9. On the second play from scrimmage W. Shumaker shot off left tackle be- hind good blocking for a 52 yard touchdown. VVrigln's toe put Tech ahead 7-ll. Tech was shaky in spots, but the gridders managed to hold the Hilltoppers at bay for the remainder of the game to complete their 29-l9 homecoming spoiling role. COMING UP FAST to stop a Western halfback is Ralph Broyles Lyman Jones Page 128 Kyle Kilgore Jimmy Newsom John Matlaclc ty , l Robert Hargis Tommy Haclder Lowell Smifh Tony Heitzman Tech 3 hattanooga 6 The Eagles journeyed to Chattanooga to meet the Moccasins, who had been the victim of four straight defeats. However, this game was the homecoming battle for the Moccasins and the third consecutive homecoming game for the Eagles. Although the Mocs ventured into Tech terri- tory several times, they were rebuffed by a staunch Tech defense. Meanwhile, Tech picked up 3 points via a beautiful 30-yard field goal by Carroll lVright. But Tech's defense, which had played a bril- liant game for 59 minutes and 36 seconds, let a slippery Moccasin cross the goal stripe. Witli time running out and yards to go, Tech quar- terback Gordon Mason teamed up with his fa- vorite end, Tom Hackler, connecting on two passes in which 61 yards were covered. However, time ran out on the two-yard line with Tech absorbing a defeat. KYLE KILGORE receives congratulations from his most loyal 'Fan A COMBINATION WHICH gave Tech the strongest offense in the conference: Mason to Haclder and a long gain Page 129 TECH'S MAJORETTES seem to have lightened the pressure Ji Page 130 NO WONDER Shu made all-conference Fumble-Prone Eagles in Homecoming A colorful Tech homecoming was nearly spoiled by threatening weather and the winless Murray State lhorobreds. Neither took its com- plete toll as 'licch played to a shaky 29-16 victory. The rain held oil during the parade, but wet grounds and precipitation were felt during the game. Again the Eagles were led by Shumaker, Mason, and Hackler. Hackler caught three passes for a total of 67 yards and one touchdown. ln all, Mason made good on live passes, two of them going for 'l'D's. Shumaker was the leading ground gainer ol' the day with 70 yards. Big Murray Fullback Joe Morris ripped through the arms ol' a relaxed Eagle line and ran almost identically to his 52 yard touchdown run of a year ago at Murray. Fumbles almost beat the Eagles, but alter seeing an early I4-0 and 21-8 lead dwindle to 2l-l6, Tech put on the steam to beat the spirited Murray crew. MURRAY'S Jack Morris stopped 'for no gain RON MCCURRY DAZZLES Homecoming fans and Murray Staie 'T' Rf Alcy Baggott Dave Baxfer Ray Stribling Charles Spears JAKE LIBBEY LEADS khis cheering section GOOD BLOCKIN6 enables Eastern's Joe Graybeal to put Eastern ahead iemporarily KILG-ORE and an unidentified taclder stop Eastern threal: Bobby Carter Alvin Frey Mason- humaker Pass Drops Eastern 14-10 Tech scored lirst with six ininutcs remaining in the first quarter on a record-making 80-yard run by Shuinaker. Carroll Wright added the extra point. Eastern inadc all of its points in the last minute of the second quarter. The second half proved to be a stalemate with both teams unable to muster a sustained drive. When things were beginning to look dark for the Eagles, Gordon Mason spotted Shuinaker teinpo- rarily in the clear and pitched a perfect strike which resulted in a Tech victory. Ralph McMillan Ray Thomas Page 732 5? as-1 2,5 .waSfw"l:E M, Wang . Q our RALPH BROYLES BREAKS clear 'For sizeable gain GORDON MASON SCORES his only T.D. of season on keeper Good Ground Game Produces 16-6 Victor Bob Caldwell and his band ol' Indians came to Cookeville for the last home game of the year. A crowd of about l.000 loyal, shivering fans failed to see an anticipated passing game between Cald- well and Mason materialize as the Eagles ground game was moved consistently against the Indians. The entire line played good ball and was led by Alcy Baggott, Thomas, Charles Black, Baxter, and Oliver. Kilgore and Pedro Paz did a re- markable job in their linebaeking spots. The game was won by Tech by a 16-6 score to bring Tech victory No. 6. Charles Black KEN FULTS CLEARS way for Jerry Flatt in Arkansas State game Lawrence Ponder Don Grider Y his f aiitrif, ' f K if Page 1: M1-1 . g,,f' MASON SEEMS to have spotted someone downfield . SUMMIT CONFERENCE among the Bug Three O 1 I o . Tech 1---MT C 2 As it has been the case in the past three years, the Tech-Middle Tennessee game on Thanksgiving day has served to decide the Ohio Valley Conference Championship. The Raiders, undefeated and already the recipients of the Tangerine Bowl bid. were heavily favored to make Tech their 10th victim and to annex the OVC crown. The Eagles. however, had ideas of their own. Led by Masons quarterbacking and Shumaker's long dashes, the Eagles led all the way: 7-11, 14-7, 21-14, un- til the final minute when N1'l'SC's Purvis eluded the entire Tech team and squirmed 35 yards to paydirt. XVith the score 21-211 in 'l'ech's favor, the Raiders had the option extra point coming. and a two point con- version would have finished Techls hopes. The Raider coach, respectful of the Eagle line, decided to play it safe and try for a one-point conversion which was suc- cessful, and the game ended with the score 21-21. Considering the teams' records. it might be said the Eagles won a moral victory, but they found the aspect of sharing the conference crown with our Mid- State rivals a hard pill to swallow. 5 'gf' M sw-K 9 " 1 F' r -as . 5, X fl, HG' M H- l f Q .W K ' ,:.: ,... VIQ: ,- I ' Q 6133, R ZW , "3 y' A 7 31 1"Q,Q4"1??'l4f""tQa.'s,Xl4u 'Q H Q 1. , , A :eg-,g,:5 'm'lQ'75l'x:'Q QQ IT TAKES MORE Blue Raiders than ihis to lceep W. J. from scoring A GALLANT Eagle has been 'felled in baffle A FAMILIAR YELL develops from this 'Go Shu Go' COACH'S EYES are 'Focused on game action RALPH BROYLES BREEZES past Raiders' Purvis on a 73 yard pass play - as-Af' A js A has Page 135 M. rica H TECH TESH TE E5 if? SEI TECH BASKETBALL TEAM-Row 1, Bill Ross, Denny Vaughn, Jackie Pearson, Buster Bush, David Ealcins. Row 2, Johnny Oldham, head coach, Ed Oglesby, trainer, Ron Shumate, Tony Carman, Herbie Bennett, Don Gorin, Ken Jolly, Carl Baker, manager, Charles Pangle, assistant coach. Row 3, Hardy Loyd, John Adams, Jim Hagan, Richard Papes, Tom McKinney Basketball COACH OLDHAM CONFERS with his I960 captain, All-American SOPHOMORE GUARD DAVID EAKINS collects two points as a Jimmy Hagan result of a fast-break assisted by teammate Don Gorin Page 136 TECH 3 I DURING A TIMEOUT the guards receive new instructions from the A BODY FAKE helps Tcch's Don Gorin to outmaneuver the defense coaches SOPHOMORE RICHARD PAPES gets the jump on a veteran Phillips 66'er ., sl.-Ml , i- Tech 98 84 94 74 36 44 70 89 86, 67 67 65, 99 76 90 69 80 70 84 Sl 67 8I SEASON RECORD Chattanooga Northwestern ILa.I Morehead . 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N1111'1'11L'2l11.S L1.2lQ,1L'S 111111111 1111111 1',11g111s 11111 11111111 1 1 TP IN 111111' w1'1'1' 11'111111111'11 111 11lQ1l1 1'1'111's1111 111111 1.11111 tl 1 111111111-111. 111lQL111 11'111 11 111111118 11111 1'1'111s1111 18. 1 1 -"1 ' 3Ef'f:. ' 1111' C,111'1a111111s 111111111115 5111111111 1111v 1'.11g11's 111111511 QR 11115 s1111'11 111111 111011 1'C1'U1'11 '1s 11111 1111is111f11 1111111111 111 DON GORIN 1 11112 Xxlllllllgil 1111l1'1lL'X' 11111 11111111' 111111 1111111 1111111' ll 1 1 1111' l'.1'1111s1'111c 111Yll1l111JI1l1 111111'11'111 1 1 111111. X 11112-1 11' 111'11111s1' 111' 11111111111 11111 111111 1111' 111111 1111111 . 1 "-sf J ,. V. L ,X 51 7 1 JACKIE PEARSON DRIVES past Oiler defender for a layup Hagan, anal his ICZIIII hit 30 percent COIIIPZIYCLI to 40 for the Gobblcrs ol' Blacksburg, Va., in a 78-74 loss. Big Chris Smith ol' Virginia Tech was perhaps among the best players to face Tech this year. His stellar re- bounding and defense and clutch scoring blastecl the Golden Eagles. Sophomore McKinney lecl 'llech with JACKIE PEARSON KEN JOLLY 20 points ancl 22 reboilncls. The Olcl Miss Rebels' cleep lreefe ilC1IlOl'ZlllZCil Tech, and jack lVaters clroppecl a 30-loot iielcl goal in the last three seconcls to enable the Rebels to down 'illech 37-36 in an 0X'Cl'LlIHC. Virginia Techs Clobblers won the tourney by cleleating East Tennessee in the DENNY VAUGHN DAVID EAKINS if mitral My 1163 liilfli T TECH Page 140 linals. XVittenberg ol Ohio handed the Purple and Cold ,heir third straight loss by a score ol' 56--I-I in another ,tall allair. llagan was held to I2 points lor his sec- Jnd straight. gatne and the record was now 3-8. 'I'he losing speII was Iinally broken against Fresno State ol' Fresno. Calilornia. Hagan had 26 points and ffl rebounds to lead his teani to victory. Sophotnore Don Corin hit I8 points to add a fresh stnile on Old- ianrs lace. 'I'he holidays were Iinally over and 'liech catne ionie at last. I-Xlter coinpiling a record ol' I-3 and a ahooting percentage ol' 29 percent on the road. the ionie Iront was a welcoine sight. Cold weather and two cold teanis greeted the stu- Ient body upon its return as 'llech beat Chattanooga S9-58. Tech hit 30.8 percent and l'. C. 25.7 percent in one ol' the Ioosest. ganies played here in years. Hagan scored 32 points and garnered 26 rebounds to lead the lssault. .-X sophoniore. Ken tIoIIy. scored I8 points to brighten the liagle Iuture. liakins Ied the way to Ohio Valley Conference win No. 2 in an 86-63 victory over a respectable Nlnrray crew at Cookeville. 'IIech's shooting was the best that it had been in several weeks. 'lihe Big Red Barn in Bowling Creen. Iiy.. was the site ol a big Ioss to XVestern Kentucky. Alter Iour consecutive losses to 'I'ech and Coach Oldhain. Uncle Ed DiddIe's 'loppers stopped 'I'ech 71-67. A balanced scoring attack helped the loppers. Ilagan, who sat out eight niinutes with I'ot1rI'ot1Is. scored 2I points and Nlcliinney and Eakins had IES and I2 respectively. Eastern Kentucky and Meniphis State evened 7l'ech's season record at 6-6 and OVC record at 2-2. jack Upchurch and .XII-OVC Guard Carl Cole led Eastern to a 76-67 win. Hagan had 26 and Mcliinney I9 lor Tech. Five starters scoring Ironi I I to I8 points HERBY BENNETT TONY CARMAN -fgfwmttsq TH MN E VICTORIOUS EAGLES are carried on the shoulders of jubliant 'Fans after win over Eastern JIM HAGAN SHOWS his All-American form against Northwestern Page 141 DAVID EAKINS HOLDS the opposition spellbound and drives for the bucket was too much lol' the stale Eagles in an 84-65 loss in ture. More sophomores were coming through ancl Memphis. Mcliinney was the big gun for Tech with Coach Oldham had founcl a winning combination. 22 points. Ciorin haul 23 points, Hagan 39 and McKinney 18 After losing at Memphis. the Eagles put together to leacl Tech to a 99-89 Victory over East Tennessee a seven-game winning streak to pull into contention in State. This was consiclerecl by many as one ol' the best the OVC race anal into the NCAA tournament pic- games played here this season. The play of Corin JIM HAGAN IS CONGRATUEAEED .Ter a fine perform ance on the THE TIPOFF BEGINS another crucial OVC battle af WOO Page 142 mpressetl Uoaeh Olclham antl Eagle lans. Several lays later Hagairs 28 points antl 26 rebouncls proyetl oo mueh lor the MTSU Raiclers in a 715-69 win. Moreover. johnson Uity was no longer a jinx to the Eagles. Pearson caught tire ancl scorecl 33 points bn I6 lieltl goals out ol 23 attempts. Hagan ancl Uhil- ton each got 20 points in their scoring cluel. Klolly scoretl I5 points antl Uorin hacl I6 to aclcl more balance to the Tech attack anrl to relieve pressure on the big men. Sweet revenge was hail in Teelrs 69-67 upset oyer NIT-tourney selection, Memphis State. Hagan seorecl as the bufzer sounclecl to bring a Iiruitless pro- test Irom MSU Uoach Bob Vanatta. PCZITSUIIQS I7 ancl Uorin's Ill were high lor Tech. MSU hacl two scorers with 2I. .-X stantling room only erowcl saw Tech avenge an sarlier loss to Eastern at Richmoncl in an 80-73 win to give Eastern its only OVU loss of the season up to that point. This loss meant that a Iour-team race was in store in the OVU. Several clays later Hagan took command in Murf lreesboro antl almost single-hancleclly whippetl MTSU by scoring flll points ancl gathering 22 rebouncls to Ieatl to the tlownlall ol' MTSU. On this yery night, by vir- tue ol' Eastern walking otl the Iloor at TVestern Iollowe ing losses to Tech antl Murray. Tech took oyer the Ieacl in the OVU. lt was the Iirst time anyone hacl taken the Iearl away Irom Eastern since the llrst weeks ol' the season. Next came an encounter with Kentucky NVesIeyan DON GORIN GAINS STEP on his opponent and tires MONDAY AFTERNOON PRACTICE finds Coach Oldham planning strategy for next game ancl Uoaeh Olclham cleeitlecl to rest his regulars antl start reserves. The reseryes playecl I2 minutes belore yielcling to the regular starters. Alter piling up a L13- 32 halltime leacl against Tech. lVesleyan lalterecl in the closing minutes to lose 82-SU. WHAT APPEARS TO BE A BALLET is in reality a bruising OVC contest AMW Page 143 A record crowd of about 0,000 and a band of courageous but outmanned Eagles could not fight off the Hilltoppers in an 85-81 loss that not only meant losing the final home game of the season but virtually wrapped up the OVC championship and an NCAA berth for YVestern. Hagan truly deserved the tre- mendous standing ovation that he received prior to the game, for he scored l6 field goals for 34 points and got I5 rebounds to steal the individual show from Wester1i's Al Ellison. Rising tension throughout the game ex- ploded into a brief brawl after the game be- tween Westerii and Tech fans. Witli all hopes of an OVC championship gone and the absence of McKinney because of' an injured back received in the closing minutes of the Westerii game, Tech picked up two consecutive losses. Murray stopped Tech 73-67 in a loosely officiated game. Ken- tucky Wesleyaii avenged its earlier loss at Tech by blasting the Eagles 07-Sl in the final game of the season. Hagan closed out the season by scoring 33 points and grabbing 22 rebounds. Thus, Hagan and Company, including a host of sophomores, came close to finishing at the top of the OVC ladder, but they could not quite hurdle YVestern. A team that looked terribly weak in the Christmas LOLIY- naments finally jelled after the holidays and JIM HAGAN ADDS to his rebounding record as he goes up between two Morehead defenders wwf DON GORIN SHOWS OFF 'Fancy foot work againsf: East Tennessee HARDY LOYD GOES high 'For a jump shoi as Tom McKinney fights for rebounding position l Page 145 COACH IN ACTION . . . WW QUIETLY WATCHING the Golden Eagles in action 'UW HALFTIME DISCUSSIONS sometimes are vigorous Page 146 TIMEOUTS are periods 'for solving problems GETTING BUCKETS is a specially of Tom McKinney moved into first place in mhe OVC belore Ial- lCl'll1g' al the end. 'llhere was no Iil1llCl'lllg. however. lor Ha- gan. Lhe finest basketball player ever lo clon Lhe Purple ancl Golcl. .lim Ylfllllllly rewrote the record book lor leeh during his career. He has possession ol' I8 imliviclual records, including the career scoring mark ol' I53EI points and the Career rebound average ol I82. Many players have come and gone ax Tech. but Lhere have been Iew who could approach l'l2lg21l1'S sLaLure. FRESHMAN SQUAD-Coach Charles Pangle, Ralph Underhill, Roy Davenport, Landon Sexton, Frank Cardwell, Jack Royster, Laverne Gibbs, Bill Jones, Tom Rychner, Cleve Nichols, Richard Pickell Frosh Cagers Post Fine 11-1 Season XVhat Coach John Oldham called the best Frosh team ever at 'llech was received with looks ol. skepticism by the local railbirds in light ol' past aceomplislnnents of freshman teams. :XS the sea- son progressed. however. the yearlings lived up to expectations and more. as they posted an impres- sive ll-l record. 'l'he apex ol' their play was a resounding victory over the lVestern Kentucky Frosh, the only team that had trimmed them during the season. This they did by the overwhelming score of H78-76. Several men showed great capabilities for lu- ture varsity duty and gave the local lans fond ex- pectations lor years to rome. Frank Cardwell led the scoring with an average of l7 plus points per game. Roy Davenport led the rebounding and trailed Cardwell Closely in scoring. 'llhe guards showed a lot ol' promise in both shooting and ball-handling ability. FRESHMAN RECORD lWon II, Lost ll Tech Frosh 86 . , . Tennessee Wesleyan "B" , 6l 72 A U. ot the South "B" 6I 89 A All-Stars , 73 88 Robbins High School 38 77 Western Kentucky 97 8l U. ot the South "B" 64 9I David Lipscomb "B" 77 IOO East Tennessee 85 88 Middle Tennessee 82 80 East Tennessee 67 77 Middle Tennessee 75 I08 . Western Kentucky 76 THE VARSITY SQUAD is one year and a thousand jumps away Page 147 I GOLDEN EAGLES OF I959 Row 1 G Musketf T Price J Flatt T Ramsey L Alexander, B. James, C. Springfield. Row 2, W. Greer, E. Smith, J. Suffon, E. Roblnetfe C Wright S Brooks R Bruce Row 3 L Huddleston D E'lons K Gwaliney, F. Hatfield, R. Shumate, B. Akin, R. Thomas, and Coach Drosf. Baseball Team Has lts Troubles winning over David Lipscomb of Nashville 9-6. Tech had a few bright moments, defeating the Vanderbilt Commodores 10-9 in extra innings at Nashville. Ron Shumate, sophomore first sacker, was the lead- ing hitter with 18 hits in 54 trips to the plate. Lynn Alexander, Carroll Wright, VVayne Greer, Jerry Flatt, and Ed Smith were the only others with an average of .275 or better. Barry Akin yielded only 3 earned runs in compil- ing a 1.62 earned run average. Leonard Huddleston was the most effective hurler with a 2-l record, includ- ing a four hitter against Morehead. Ray Buice and Ken Gwaltney gathered Techys other victories. The defense was shaky and the pitching was er- ratic, except on a few occasions, and the hitting was inconsistent. Tech could manage only two wins in the OVC and lost to the old nemesis, NTSC Blue Raiders, twice. However, the victory over Vandy took some of the sting out ol' the season. 1 EAGLE CAPTAI NS: Wayne Ti 5 Q X. ,, Q A M Y T ibwl KA W A- N are ' 5 A 'e gg Q- VA h A VAN Z . 1 1 E 1 A uAA1ldA-if W 'T ' 4, Q05 's ixiffqfs' 7 M V Q PX E ,,.. .A r 1 Sid' 5 kiwi QA ":' 1 .... " --:,. - X r T JERRY FLATT SEEMS to have the right intentions BASEBALL l4-I ii Hillsdale 5-8 Vanderbilt Alma A 4-5 Murray A A Alma A A A A A A 4-6 Eastern Kentucky Tennessee A A A A 5-I0 Morehead A A A David Lipscomb 8-I2 Morehead A A David Lipscomb A 9-6 Middle Tennessee Eastern Kentucky A A A A A 2-I3 East Tennessee A A Middle Tennessee A 6-I0 career and ca-:Qs Springfield FLATT sHoWs his batting form 'T A.-A-rw:-A 3 .A A "A' ' Page 149 QQ. I W Y I 5, Al W M., ' . wus. M 'X 'W ' A . AW' wha aw N Y ax ., . M , '7' MUSKETT COMES IN ahead of Jerry Flatf on Flatfs home run TENNESSEE TECH BATTING LEADERS Alexander, Lynn II 5 4 0 0 Alexander, David I I 5 4 0 0 Shumaie, Ron 54 4 IO 2 2 Wright, Carroll 23 7 7 2 0 Greer, Wayne 37 9 II O 0 FIaH:, Jerry 48 I3 I4 5 3 Smith, Ed 43 9 I2 2 2 DOUBLE PLAY COMBINATION-Flati, Shumaie, and Sufton 3 .363 3 .363 I3 .333 6 .305 8 .300 I .292 I I .279 LOOKS LIKE trouble for Tech Arif :SM Page 150 TONY PRICE can't find the ball FLATT CONNECTS against ihe Raiders .rib ,K w,i, - .,,., .:'----, g . A :GQ Awww 4 A, gg? N, 4, u A 5 'L E Q ia W jf, T W U Yiwgwm I' i . A A I , A T 3556. if 4 ,f-W-'Q' Q 'li ff T 1 Q . 4 iw x, ,A T My ii Eg s f H Iaiiz' 'U 21 Q W 3 A H I f ..,".,.1:.Z.. '?VM15Z?f5 ' 9 -:- 211. , -'r I ' 9 U ' W Nw- A ,gm 'WK , ,Q sg il' H f , l ,T ' Q T ijmiiii if P f 3 ,W mf, THE EAGLE MOUND CORPS-Greer, Robinette, Buice, Gwaltney, Akin, and Hudclleston TECH MAN IN THE on-deck-circle studies an opposing l'1urler .,,,.,4, M Page 151 COACH DUPES SUPERVISES an afternoon practice JOHN MOORHEAD TAKES his turn ai anchoring the mile relay Individual Track Performances Among Best The l959 season does not go down as the best in Eagle track annals, but it will be remembered as one ol' the most interesting and controversial. The Eagles' 5,3 record, though HOL outstanding, produced many impressive performances. The Eagles started their 1959 dual meet season with a bang by completely submerging Austin Peay State College and East Tennessee State. In the latter meet, Gene Palmer broke his own 880 school record by striding the distance in lZ5ll.3. In the third outing a strong Murray team. destined to become eonlierence champions. dashed all dreams of an undefeated year. TRACK TEAM: Row 1, T. Campbell, J. Meredith, P. Scott, J. Bonclolen, L. Conner, M. Smith, Mgr. Row 2, K. Jolly, R. McCurry, R. Lane, B. Cox, W. ln- man, J. Walling, trainer. Row 3, J. Moorhead, R. Schmiktou, J. McNeill, G. Palmer, R. lnman, B. Dupes, coach RUDOLPH SCHMITTOU SHOWING the form which v-'on the conference championship in the 220 yd. dash The next two nteets brought two ntore victories as Nfiddle Tennessee State College and Bryan University fell before the record-breaking Eagles. Defeat at the hands of Hfestern Kentucky was nar- rowly averted when the Hilltopper coach asked that the javelin throw, frowned upon in OVC competition, be added to the list of events. The event announced. after the Toppers had appeared to have won 63-58. caused hint much anguish and the IIICCK, for Tech placed l-2-3. thus winning the nieet 68-433. ln a three- way nieet at Sewanee the Eagles were edged out by the Tigers when the previously unbeaten Tech niile BREAKING THE TAPE in the mile relay is Rudolph relay teani absorbed its first defeat of the year. Eastern Kentucky proved itself the annual nentesis of the Tech schedule by edging the Eagles at Richmond. ,-Xs expected. Memphis State University swept to its third consecutive Tennessee Intercollegiate Athletic Conference track championship, but the Eagles won 21 nioral victory by defeating the vaunted Nfentphis State tnile relay teani and finished in second place. The next outing was the all-important. Ohio Val- ley Conference track nieet held at Nfurray. Ky. The Eagles turned in a splendid performance and captured five first places. but expected support front other teatns ROBERT INMAN SETS his sights on ihe conference Schmittou GENE PALMER WARMS up before the mile run record gs, . it 'ff .Sv ss.. 3 Xi' 4' SPRINTERS TAKE practice starts did not materialize and the brave Eagles were edged by Murray State. Robert lnman turned in his best performance ever on the pole vault and won the event with a conference record-breaking leap of l3' S". The mile relay team, composed oi Rudolph Sclmiittou, -Iohu Moorhead, Wayne Inman, and Palmer, broke the existing conference record by streaking the distance in THE EAGLE MILE RELAY team which swept to victories in both the conference and the Kentucky AAU Meet 3:25.2, and Schmittou broke the 1140 record by his :492 effort. Tennessee Tech was also represented at the Ken- tucky AAU track meet, where they placed third among several outstanding teams. Again the mile relay team was victorious and set a new Kentucky AAU record. PREPARATIONS precede all track meets t ...n ,W i .Nl JS ,. NEW POLE VAULT record is set by Roberi Inman SHOWING THE STRAIN from the added effort required of him in breaking the school's half mile record is Gene Palmer TRACK 45-31 AusHn Peay ETSC: Adurray AATSC: William Jennings Bryan VVestern Kentucky Sewanee Tech IOHN MOORHEAD PLACES for a score in the broad jump during the con Chattanooga ference meet ' Easfern Kentucky Tl!XC: CJVC: 7? Q TAKING AN EARLY lead in the two mile run fe dgk 73'f2-57'fz 75'f2-57V2 472f3-33V3 72 -59 90'f3'402f3 68 -63 bblfz bllfz 34 63 -68 2nd 2nd Mace Mace is Tommy Campbell Z-"vga Sh " , 'LW 1:- M'..i'N 2 Si" ' Page 155 latina' JOHN MOORHEAD. captain and leading scorer for DON WHITED BRINGS home the baton well ahead of Austin Peay State's anchor man the Eagle thinlies. Picture talcen just after he had scored 3I points against East Tennessee TECH CAPTURES the first two places in the I00 yard clash Page 156 V' CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM-fKneeling2 B. Lea, B. Worley, P. Scott. fStanding2 G. Palmer, B. Malone, J. McNeill, Trainer The Tennessee Tech cross-countr team, nick- Y named the Harriers, play a very important role in training distance runners for spring competition. This year's team participated in several dual meets and hi hli hted the season b artici atin in the Br 'an S 3 Y P P S Y University Invitational Meet. In preparing a team for competition, many gruel- ling hours of practice in all types of weather are nec- essary, and for this reason, the rugged country-side which surrounds the school makes an excellent proving ground for future track stars. Under student coach Gene Palmer, the inexperi- Cross Countr Runs Train Distance Men enced Tech trotters failed to capture first placeg how- ever, many outstanding performances were produced by individuals. Palmer and Paul Scott formed the nu- cleus of the team, the balance of which came from the freshman team. In the first meet, Tech fell to a strong Bryan team, 20 to 38. It was followed by another defeat at the hands of Castle Heights, 21 to 34. In the Bryan Invi- tational Meet, Tech managed to finish fourth as no Eagle trotter failed to finish in the top ten. The fu- ture of cross-country teams at Tech seems somewhat brighter by the prospects of several good freshmen which plan to compete next year. A CLUSTER of runners led by Tech's Paul Scott dashes by the first check point w Page 157 xi F fu ' " T ' lVI P eats? enms en ost WW' -T T s it 1 R d F OP C OO CCOI' ,QM Msdggfsa , . 1 . . v ,' .V v i .-gxstgt if-, 3-it ,gg lennessee lech s tennis team, under the -34-r'+....-ti? ---' , - . , - - . , - .. . , . . :.: -. N., guidance ol Loach Lhailes langle, com- -sg-av, gk 1-...u , 1 K XW,,,,.s. l giyw ,wmv . M' S W Swv BUCK JONES SMASHES his serve with grim determination THE TENNIS TEAM-Row 1: Gene O'Hara, Ted Fore, Charlie Almon. Row piled a 7-3 record, improving greatly on its 1959 mark ol' U-El. Instrumental in 'I'ech's success on the courts were returning letter- men Ted Fore. Buck jones, Jim Hagan. and Malcolm Nlcfieehee. The experience gained by these lettermen during the previ- ous season was invaluable in Techs march over seven opponents last spring. After a slow start against the highly- ranked. feminine led University ol' Chatta- nooga team. the Eagle netters won live out ol' the next six tnatches against OVC oppo- nents. The netmen carried an impressive 5-2 record into the OVC tournament at Bowling Green. Ky. 'llech sent three individuals and three doubles teams to the finals ol' this tour- nament and wound up second only to the Murray State 'lhoroughbreds. 'l'ech's tennis team finished the season with the best spring sports record. 'l'his rec- ord was established against opposition ol' the highest caliber and was a tribute to the hard work ol' the players and the coach. 2: Malcolm McGeehee, Buclr Jones. Row 3: Coach Charles Pangle, Jim Hagan - tv 5 SJW 3 F 2 Y ' N - . . .' 'f' 'T ':QnL,5"?,' A .Em Q. X nggdggm ,ow 'Pig swf "lv, I y Q .,:..o,.. i 9,,'Q fi? ' " ' f .'.'of,'1'v2'. w Q rx s ' o ' 0 sf ,-1-.Ag iff 'lo 0 ' wfh L Q gt qs Q aah' 0, eel. ,U -ca Page 158 mga? COACH CHARLES PANGLE supervises an afternoon practice GENE O'HARA displays the speed and effort of winning tennis TENNIS gray. Chattanooga A MTSC ..... A A A A David Lipscomb .i.. Western Kentucky A A MTSC AAAAAA A A A Eastern Kentucky A Western Kentucky A Chattanooga A A A A OVC AAAA A A A David Lipscomb AA ETSC ,A AA A CHARLIE ALMON EXHIBITS a smashing toretiand I-6 9-0 2-5 4-2 6-I 7-0 5-2 I-4 A 2nd place 6-3 5-2 ,AA .. rw- - iw-ff' Page 159 1, L. 1 52.15 i g'1lS2 gi' iffflfi. 'Q F? is y . ,LH A 'QQ' TENNESSEE TECH'S GOLF TEAM-Warren Gilley, Howard Baggett, Waller Carlen, Bill Farris, Jack Munroe, John Ferguson, Robert Odum, Coach Raymond Brown Golfers Establish - Season Mark lnexperientied but full of desire, 'I'ennessee Techs golf team had a good season under the leadership of Coach Raymond Brown. Led by lettermen John "Bainey" Ferguson and Jack Monroe, the linksmen fashioned a commendable 7-4 record against Ohio Val- ley Conference competition and some real 'gtoughiesn outside the conference. Along with these veterans, the fine showing of two newcomers, Howard Baggett and Bobby Farley, helped in overwhelming seven opponents during the season. The big gun for the Eagles was Ferguson. Con- sistently shooting sub-par golf, HBainey" defeated some of the finest golfers in the state. After a resounding win over the University of Chattanooga, the linksmen overpowered five out of the next nine teams, with two of the losses coming at the hands of arch-rival Middle Tennessee State. In the TIAC golf tournament held at Chattanooga, the golfers wound up behind Middle Tennessee and Chattanooga, while Ferguson finished in the runner-up spot in individual competition. Page 160 JOHN FERGUSON playing 'for fhe break JUST A BIT ioo hard, or is it? A s Alter the TIAC tournament, the linksmen sharp- ened their game by routing the University of Tennes- see l7-l. The line play of Ferguson and Baggett in this match lelt Coach Brown happily eyeing the up- coming OVC tournament at Bowling Green. The devastating shooting displayed in the UT match was not present in the OVC tournamentg how- ever, Tech wound up in third position. The Eagles finished way oit the pace set by victorious YVestern and runner-up Middle Tennessee State. VVith several lettermen returning this year, includ- ing Ferguson, the outlook is bright. The experience gained during this season's matches should help con- siderably in Techs bid for TIAC and OVC cham- pionships. GOLF l7-4l Chattanooga I7V2-9lf2 ETSC II -7 Western Kentucky 0 -I8 MTSC 6V2-l llfz David Lipscomb I5 -3 Eastern Kentucky IO -8 Western Kentucky 4V2-l3lf2 David Lipscomb I5 -3 Eastern Kentucky I0lf2-7lf2 MTSC 4 -I4 TIAC 3rd place Tennessee I7 -l OVC 3rd place Q ' IF GUIDING a ball can be done by a gol'ler's expression, this one may win CONCENTRATION is the important factor on the putting green A FIRMLY STROKED ball heads toward the cup ' I Page 161 ' " " ' ' ' 7 enfefff ff - - 1 DIRECTOR OF INTRAMURALS, Coach Raymond l'Bull" Brown, discusses the intramural program with two of his colleagues, Loyd Groce and Chuck Gaylon lntramurals Provide Physical Trainin The department of health and physical education has the divided responsibility ol? training leaders and teachers in the field ol' physical education and provid- ing a program of physifal education and intramurals lor both men and women. The entire intramural program is designed to enable students to compete with groups or individuals Without being highly skilled or unusually prolieient TECH STUDENT participating in summer recreational program in Cookeville Page 162 in any given sport. 'lihe program provides students with an outlet lor their sports interests and energies. Basketball and lootball are by lar the two most popular sports. but the program also includes track. goll. swimming. volleyball. paddleball. and horseshoe pitching. Intense Competition prevails throughout the year as teams light for the coveted intramurals awards. Any student carrying l2 hours ol' undergraduate work is eligible to participate in intramurals unless he has previously earned a college letter in that event or played it professionally. The aim of the intramural program is to oller year- round opportunities lor participation in recreational activities for as many students as possible. Not only does the intramural program sponsor various tournaments, it makes all kinds ol' sports equipment available to students. A student may check out weights, tennis raekets, boxing equipment, and other equipment. An intramural council, composed of both men and women on the campus who are interested in this type of work, and headed by Coach Raymond "l3ull'l Brown, Carries out this expanding program ol' intra- mural activities. LOYD GROCE EXHIBITS the form that netted him the intramural paddle ball tournament crown HFAVQRITE NUMBER" goes down swinging FOUL POP is about to be caught in softball game last summer PRACTICE STARTS for the upcoming intramural basketball tournament rf ,gg Page 163 , my L fi? ' 4 ' , A... STUDENTS COMPETE for medals in the intramural swimming meet of which diving is a favorite entry THE FACULTY TAKES part in the sports program, challenging the Vets Club in their annual charity game A MUDDY, SLIPPERY 'Field was available for the Eagle Bowl game, which pitted the top two intramural football teams against each other Page 164 FOUR HANDS REACH for the ball in an intramural game, but only one is successful 1' vii. .. THE TRAMPOUNE is one of tl1e many facilities offered in the recreation program INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS-E. Clymore, J. Oliver, L. Daniels: fKneelingI: K. Kliner, G. Muslrett, S. Brooks, L. Overby, R. Britt THE INTRAMURAL GOLF tournament highlights spring activities f 'ff ,,.. ui' ' .r il E f l . ,M , ..a.AisL.:5 Y' . . we f...'f , wr L 'fr-be if H . , -.,..,,. M' M . M, , . ,. N, 'wsivl Page 165 N Y 'A ..,.: s 5 aw f , . S 'fx 1 9 - 'H ii A V aff J Z 5 2 -991 5 1 an f I' V l , ACTION IS PLENTIFUL during the women's intramural basketball TWO TECH COEDS LEAP high in a heated game to determine the intramural tournament champs MISS JUDY ORR, director of women's intramurals, discusses the intramural program with assistants Mary Jane Perdue, Anna Jean Edgemon, and Ernestine Austin , .sg I 'lf'fF4'lngv . 6-sl E' :A 3:6 'llx'l'? 1-fwgzza egegisftfisliir , Syn 'Q 'i'Qsf"Q W QMS'-Sgt O ' N' 4:15 iiffga Qpfw gf: 449,515 Q. fe lifts' 'Q 'Af it ss, hiv 'af Qs 'rs ,. a, iw, ug, aim w'1k"?.f:eff1 . . I ,Q 5 0. w4,tGs,ja4,fhi1At. ,, ,j il 'YQWQ lg, 42130 sk . . .1 9 9 D Q Q , . ww ek at va Q - wt, Q, xxttasfqi ww f tg, has ,uns fm QQ ' 1"'s2f:W,":? 3 H '15 fy .I gg, fa M .A,g,j.,Ag. 1 ,b, wx N, ffwl.?:u"'ia l L Page 766 I W mt, V., 0-we--1.-., ,, M' f S W A ":1 I , i -'A-'V - 5 .. '- A--- I :"3 V527 --A' ' S , "" 3 1 ' y " P 3 ,'.,:',:3-:,-'g, - -5 4, . ., gif: Q 1 -:,:,I- A 'fl ,,,.. I -, uag -2.1 -'-" . :ij ' ""' " a hve ---, If ' ' 1 ' A.. ' .. -.-.: f---- V, . Z 'I ,':': E " 'Q :f5'Z ",'3 'f: 2.fI,5g,.j:a.5z.' ::-g .,',E ":i:' ' I I :- TENNIS IS A FAVORITE competitive sport at TecI1, where amateurs as well as experts 'find time to participate TECH CO-EDS take their turn on the diamond WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS: Edna CIaCIC, Mary Jane Perdue, CaroIyn Landrith, Betty Garner, Joyce Meredith, Ernestine Austin WOMEN'S SOFTBALL games are cIoseIy watched by men's critical eyes WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS: Ernestine Austin, Lauretta Cummins fkneelingI, Edna Clack, Betty Garner, Mary Jane Pardue, Judy Sewell, Carolyn LancIritI1 Page 167 classes .-55512 gviiwh 29913533 Clem Reese PRESIDENT "l'3Zf'a Ed Hullander VICE-PRESIDENT Seniors Realize Their Goals To the seniors, the curtain is finally being drawn to a close. Their college days are a part of the past. The last four years will always be cherished mem- ories, never to be forgotten. Knowing not what the future holds but remembering what the past has brought, the seniors of l960 are leaving Tech-some happy, some sad-to meet the responsibilities of to- morrow. As the day of graduation draws nigh, the seniors rekindle the memories of the numerous events that took place during their four years at Tech. Never to be forgotten is their freshman year when they raided Middle Tennessee State Teachers College Normal for freshman beanies and their sophomore year when they returned to paint the campus. The idea was to stimulate good relations! This year was also the one in which Arthur Guner made his debut on the campus. A little probation was enjoyed by all. The cafeteria was the scene of their junior dance which featured the 'fKing's Men." Page 170 Half of their senior year was spent talking to major professors, filling out forms, ordering caps and gowns, and being interviewed by company sponsors. With their senior year also comes the realization that too many hours were spent in conversation in the Student Union or playing cards or ping pong. Then there is the sudden surprise that nineteen or twenty quarter hours H1uSt be carried to insure the senior of graduating with his class. Now to their senior year and seriousness. The class was in charge of both the Homecoming parade and the Alumni Tea. May Day was also under the direction of the senior class. ln June the members of the class don caps and gowns and step forward to receive their sheepskins thus bringing to a close four happy and educational years. And so they leave Tech with a broad smile, know- ing that they have been a part of Tech and that Tech will always be a part ol' them. Mary Grace Willis Tom McPherson SECRETARY TREASURER "THIS ONES ON ME," says flue Southern gentleman Page 171 in Page 172 vpn r in SENIOR Xlwllotik, l'.fXlll. CIQNV. 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'1'1'Il111'55CCj 15.5. in 1'111TlllCl112l1'X 1.11111'111l1JI1Q 5111111111 Xlll11111111 1'.11111z1111111 .Xss111'1z1111111. .11-11113 5171'- 11:11111:11 51'1C1l11'f.11l11. g1,-.151 11'11l 11111111 .11-.131 1121111151 5111111111 1'1111111. '57 ':'1N. STUDENT TEACHER, JEANNIE Zeigler, begins c1ass for the day SENIOR 11111111 1'.llQlll1'1'1'5 l11I111 1.111111111, 518. 1111. . . , ..... ,. . .. , ,. . ,.. 1 'L '1'.. I . L "1' ". .1. . . . . .... ..-., . W, 111111 '1'1'1"11 BZIII11, '58-'1i113 f111111'll5, X783 '1L'11l 111111113 '58-'1111g Brass , , h . , . . .-.. ..., . .-- .- . Page 173 Page 174 "AND NOW-PRESENTING Miss TCP, the finest brand going" SENIOR llLl'l x Xssm igll ltill. '39-'tlll, Xwlligllillll. '.'l7. Will. Clalllillcl. 'llllz PI-Ulll Cillllllls. V,-791 lltllllllll fll7llllSL'lHl'. IW: llzlplisl Slllllc-llr l'lliull. '51 Will. YKXQX. RL'lJl'k'Sl'Illl llw. JSP, Slallv flllIli'l'. llll. 5llltlL'lll SllllllllL'lk Xllsalllllglly, .lm 'GU-'till Sl'lClllC l'lillll'1lll4lll. llllltlgll lllLlllSlllLll ll-nllllrllclgl fllull. 'BS-NI. l'lllgllli'l'l'4S l2lIl'l'll. 13513 -llllllill' Cllzlss l'lL'1llllf. 139. call l'lllglllCCI'lllg. Q glllL'L'l'lllg'. Plllilflll lirluxzllimlll flllllh, 130. l'lllgllll'Cl'lllg'1 .Xlllvriczlll lIlSlllllll' of 1ilcfL'll'icall l'lllgllll't'l'S. 'SEI Till. f-+ fI1111'l'ir'11ll C,'ullz'Igr's um! l'l1im'l.Si!ilf.s, Will. likouks, l..xwkl-'Srila ll.. Xzlsllxillc, 'ltllllcmucg BS. ill lllllllSlllll Nlalllzlgclllcllli lc-lllluwc Sflflvll' of l'1'cllc'ssirlllall l'lllgllll'L'l'5. '57-'10 Sofia-ll lllil' llll' XllNlIlllkl'l1lL'lll of Nl1lll1lgL'Illl'lll. 'lillg Rc-sclxc Of lilulom. IHAXNIA' Xlxkv. 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Lclmlkcvlllc. lL'llllL'SSl'CQ lib. lll Nli'4'lI2lIll ISVNN, Rfblilflil X.. X1lSllNlllC. lcllllcsscvi 15.5. lll xlC'Ill1lllli2ll lfll lil RHI-55. likxlx lf.l.1j.xll. Sllllllll. rl-Clll1L'SSl'L'I ISS. ill l".lt'LlI'll'1ll llll W glIlL'l'llllgI .Xllll-limzlll lllslillllc ol lilcc'll'inzll l'lllgllll'l'l'S, 'BS-'1ill. l4lRIxll'l'. .Xxxli L01 l5l4. Xllilllllltf, 'llCllllCSNl'L'Q ILS. ill l"ll'lllL'lll2llX W lillllczllillllg 'lull Wcllllg-ll'x fllgllllllllllllll, '57-'llllg SllIlll'lll Xxllimlllll lfllllfilllllll Xssocizllillll, '37-Wall: NL'YVlIlllll Clull. '57-'llllg llczlllll :lllrl l5lr'l'l.1ak, Cill.xll1.ls l.lfl4. fvlllllCSlJUl'O. lCllIlCSSC'C'Q 14.8. Ill l'.li'ill'li ll l5l:'l1.lak. 'llXl Rlctlmkll, Kllilllllll. ml-lCllllC'9il'L'Q 15.8. ill l'lllQlIll'L'l'lllQ Clllclllisllyi ll'lll flll2lIJll'l' ul XlllL'l'iczl1l flllL'Illll'lll SLltlL'lf. '59-'llll l,l'CSl4ll'llI, 'lillg Imllcllll l".llgllll'L'l'lllg zlllll l'lllglllL'l'Illlg fllll'llll5lIX Cllull, 'ull-lull. 5l'll'l'l1II'l. lllli lvnll .Xqllzlllli Qlllli. .lil-llli. Sc'l'g1':llll all AIKIIIS. 'lillg ll'llllL'YSL'L' Suricly uf P1'OlL'NSlUll1ll l'lllglllL'L'lN. 137-'llll l'1'cSiclclll, 'lillg lllllzlllllllzll lizlsketllull. '37-,ESQ ll'l1u'.x lllm 111 SENIOR fi.-Xl,I4ICIf, EARL FRI-XNKI.IX, Clexeland, Tennessee, B.S. in Marketing and Nlerchnrulising, Society for .Xdxanceinent of Nlanagetnent, '584 '60, Society of Business. l59-'60, Pep Club, '57-'59. t1,xMvts1f1LL, Vixen WAYNE, Woodbury. Tennessee, BS. in lilectri- cal Engineering, ,Xnrerican Institute ol' Electrical Engineers. '58-'ti0. CANTRI-ILL, DOROTIIY AXNN, NIcNlinnx'ille. Tennessee, IS.S. in Secre- tarial Science, Society of Business, l57-'00, Secretarial Science Club, '57-'00, Tech Players, '59, EAGLE Stall. '59-'60, Organizational Edi- 1 '30 Pitttrc lltllllil '60 Intlunurtls '38 to.:.. .lit , , . ...:. f,.XPI.IfNOR. l4R.xNt:1is jfxxri, Carthage, Tennessee, BS. in Mathe- matics, Mathematics Club. '57-'60. Secretary-Treasurer, '60, Student National Education Association, '59-'00, Tech XYOIIICIPS Organiza- tion, '57-'60, Wesley lfoundation, '59-'ti0, CARR, JOHNNY Rowrm, Algootl, Tennessee, BS. in Mathematics, .Xtnericun Institute ol' Electrical Engineers, '59, Math Club, '60. CARROLI., MAX RuN,xI.D. Athens, Tennessee, IIS. in Secondary litlucation, Student National Education Association. '58-'59, Ifresh- man Basketball Tezun, '5ti. C.xR'l't-1R, JAMES I.0lf'1'0X, JR., Richard City, Tennessee, B.S. in Science and Medicine, Chemistry Club, '57-'60, llaptist Student l'nion, '57-'60, llornlitory Secretary, '59, Intramurals, '57-'60. CARY, FLOYD EDWARD, Bruceton, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Tecllnologyg Tech Veterans Club, '58-'60, Society of Industrial Technology, '59-'ti0. fi.-XS'lI'1I.I.,-XIV, HUGH ELLIOTT, Coxinglon. Tennessee, ISS, in liar- lcetiug and Nlerchanclisingg Society of Business, '58-'60, Tech Veterans Club, '58-'60, Transfer from the University of Tennessee, '58, C.lxs'lI.1i. -IOANNF, Hendersonville, Tennessee, BS. in llorne Eco- nomics, Horne Economics Club, '57-'00, Pep Club, '57A'G0, Tech XVOIIICIPS Organization, '57-'60, ROTC Sponsor, '5S. Clit-il-LK, HOWARD FRANKLIN, Lewisburg, Tennessee, ILS. in Physics, Physics Club, '58A'59, President, '60, Cafeteria Club, '58-'60, Ameri- can Institute of Physics, '60, Chess Club, '60, ' fiIIl'l'I'I-QXDEN, NIYICRS BENJAMIN, Clexeland, Tennessee: BS. in ln- dustrial Technology, Industrial Arts Club, '56-'57, Industrial Tech' nology Club, '58-'59, President, '5El. CLACR, LIL,-XII HIVXRRIS, Dunlap, Tennessee, B.S. in Biology, Tau lleta Kappa, '58-'00, Tech XVoinen's Organization, '57. CLARK, JOHN lYlI.I,lAlXI, JR., Lakeland, Florida, BS. in Civil En- gineering, Civil Engineering Club, '50-'60. t11,,xRR. Ro1sr3R'r Pn1Rc:ic. Etowah. 'li-unessee, BS. in Industrial Technology: Industrial Arts Club. '58, Tech Veterans Club, '57-'5S: Industrial Technology Club, '59-'00, CLARK, R01srR'r Wt1.1.lAxI, Nashxille, Tennessee, ILS. in lileetrical lingineering: .Xnierican Institute ol' lileetrieal Engineers, 358-'60, Tennessee Society ol' Professional Engineers. '58, 'l'ech Veterans Club, '57-'58, Church of Christ Student Group, '57-'58, Intramurals, '58. C1.,xx'1'ooL, YVILLIAM XYUODFORD. JR., Nashville, Tennessee, ILS. in Industrial llechnology, Tech Aggies, '56, Societx' of Industrial ,l'Ct'llll0l0gf', '57-'00, Tech Players, '57-'00, Production Manager, '60, ROTC Rifle CIQCZIIII. '55-I57. Cot:uR,xN, jANIc:rL Lt-1141, Cookexille, Tennessee, ISS. in Home Eeo- nomics, Horne Iicononiics Club, '57-'59. l Page 175 Page 176 HCENSORED! 121 111 11 1,11 LR CR I1 SENIOR 1.111-. RAN lb.. f.l'11Il2l. lc1111css1'1-1 11.8. Ill I1l'1l1111 111111 1'11w11'111 l-.1111 1111111111: 111-111111 111111 1'111si1'111 1i11111z1li1111 CIl1111. '57-'593 X'L'1l'l'lIl1N 011111, '57-'5f1: 81111111111 5111111111111 1C11111'a11i1111 Xss111i:11i1111. 577551. 1111.14 IARRN ll.. 11:11'1'1111z111, l1'11111-Q51-1-3 11.5. 111 I111s1111'ss X1z111:1g1' 1111'111: 511111-11 111 1111x1111-Ss. 'Sli-11113 1l115i111'n X1:11111g1'1111'111. 'SHYIEU S1l1'IL'1f 1111' 11ll' X111:1111'1'1111'111 111 x11l1111gR'1l11'Il1. 5111: 11'111 X11'11 lJ111'111i1111'x 1J1g1111ifa11i1111 11111111111 '1111g 1ll'lJ f:1lI1l. 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N:1s111i111'. 111'11111'ss1'c: BS. in I11111lS11'i111 l1'1111111111g1: 1521111131 glll11L'l1l 1'11i1111. '57-1111. 1i111is11111-111 CI11:li1'111a111 ,qi X111--I'1'1w11l1-111. 11113 81111111 111 1111111s11'1z11 I1-1111111111131 '38-'1111 Pop C.11111. .1E11111. 1I'l'l1i1I1'L'l'. 1111: 51111011 1111' 1111' X11X21ll1LL'1l11'll1 111 X1:111a1g1'1111'11l. 1111: 111l1'l11ll111'111 51111111 .1l'1l11. 121 x1x11x1 s 11111 IXXI XI111111x S11 ' . . Q.. ' . . '. f 1'Il1L'l', 11'11111-ss1'1-1 15.5. 111 111111111 111111 l'11ysi1'111 li11111:11i1111g I-011111. 'BF1-'Sli .X1111z11i1 f11ll1J, '52-'51 1111 ,Xggic-s. '32-'GISQ 111'111111 111111 1'111si1111 1'1l1lll'2l11Ul1 C11111. '31 1111 1MYlb1, ClI.x11I.11s YIPRNON. lilgin, v11l'1111l'SSl'l'Q ILS. 111 1111111Ql1i:11 .1115 1"11111'z11i1111: l111111sl1'i11l 1'1'1'111111l11g1 f11lI1l. ':7!1'1i11. 1l0lJ1211. 11111. 1'11lXYIN. M1'N1i11111'i111'. '1'1'11111-ss1'1'1 11.3, 1ll .Xg1'111111111y -1'11 Xggics, '57-'60, R1'p111'l131'. '593 .X1111'1'i1'1111 81111011 111' .Xg1'111111111y 11851111 1,1L'51l1L'11l, '11111 .Xggic Cmzlurl. '5Tf'1i11, R1'11111'l1'1', 157, 11111111111 c111is11'5: 111'1111 CI111'111i1'111 S111i1'1y, T17-'1111, I1'1'z1v111'c1', 1111: X1I1l'I'11'1II1 1115. IXXIIN X11lLI1lX. K11111111'11x: 15.8. i11 X111111111i11g: 81111011 111 Www... 4-fu. ww- H ,, E' QE-1 A dill' ,,, .1,.4,,,: Page 177 Page 178 SENIOR linxtoxns, Lotusif, Gallatin, Tennesseeg BS. in Elementary lrltluca- tiong Stutlent National liclucation Association, '59-'titlg Baptist Stu- tlent l'nion. '59-'ti0: Tech Women's Organization. 'ESI-T503 Transfer from Yanclerbilt l'niyersity, 'SEL ICLAM, joycgla Mfxxtxif, Mtrklinnville. 'lennesseeg B.S. in Secretarial Scienceg Secretarial Science Club. '57-'titl, Secretary-'l'reasurer. 'ti0: Pep Club. '57-'titlg Aquatic Club, 2373583 Tech Women's Organiza- tion, '57-Will: Society of Business, '57-'tillg li.xtLI,1-1 Stall, '59-'titli So- ciety of Business Queen Xttentlant, '59, Nlilitary Queen .Xttentlant, '59g Winter Queen. '58. Ifl.1.l0TT, fill!-'S'l'liR RAY. Springtieltl. Tennessee: BS. in Mechanical Engineering: Baptist Student l'nion, '52-'5l, linlistment Vice- Presiclent, HEI: Mechanical Engineering Club, '59-'tibg Honorary lin- Y 1 gineers' Society. '59-'60, lresitlenl. '5.l. lixlxtif1'l"l', jonx NIc:Ctua, Knoxyille, Tennesseeg BS. in Intlustrial Nlanageinentg Soeiety ot' Business. '58-'603 Society for the .Xtlyances ment of Nlattagenleut, '59-'GOQ Rebel Rifles, '57-US. IfNlMliT'l', Nl,xRoAR1i'l' BURKTQ, Wat-renton, Virginiag BS. in Nlathe- maticsg Math Club, '57-'tItl, Vice-Presiclent, '59, President, 'titlg Kappa Mu Epsilon. '58-'60, Secretary, 'tillz Baptist Student l'nion. 57343173 'l'ech XYomen's Organization, '57-'60, lfreshman Nlathentatics .Xchieyement Awartl. '571 lI'lto'x Il'l1o in Alllflilllll CUHI'g'l'.Y IIIIII I'l1iw'r'.Silie.s, '60. Iixtxtoxs, -lcmx NIIl.Iilfk, Stillwater. Oklahomag B.S. in Elementary liclucation: Stutlent National liclucation Association, '58-'titlg Kappa Delta Pi, ,SST-'tillg English Club. 'tftlg Tech Women's Organization, '58-'60, IQYAN, PA'1'sy Roslf, Livingston, Tennesseeg B.S. in Secretarial Scienceg Baptist Stutlent l'nion, '57-T303 'l'ech XYomen's Organizav tion, '57-'tillg Society ol' Business, '57-'titk Secretarial Science Club, '57-Will: F.-Xfllilf' Stall, 'SEI-'titlg Tech Players. 'BSI-'titl. l'.Yl'Rl'.Il, SAM H., Htxson. lennesseeg BS Ill Mathematics latlu- cation. l'iZliI.L. DEXYl'l'T. jk., Donelson, 'lennesseez B.S. in lilectrical lingi- neeringg Tennessee Society of Prolessional lingineers, '58-'litlg ,Xmerie can Institute oi' lilectrical Engineers. '58-'titl. l"AiRc11uLn, jrxxtics Aukifn. Spring City, Tennesseeg BS. in Meclrani. cal lingineeringg Mechanical Engineers Club, '59, lflikcsttsox, 'CLYIJI-1 N., Nashyille, Tennesseeg B.S. in Industrial Klan- agementg Society for the Advancement ol' Management, '59-130. lf14RGUSON, -Ioltx B., Chattanooga. Tennessee: B.S. in Health antl Physical liclucationg 'li Club. '37-'59, Health antl Physical licluca- tion Club, 114141193 Coll leam, :utr-nfl. lftikkl-iI,L, RM' GUNTTQR, Livingston, Tennessee: BS. in Nlathematics Iritiucation. Fl'l"rs, JAMES NIORGAX. -lk., Nashville, Tennesseeg BS. in Biologyg Biology Club. '59-'60g Pep Club, '58-'GOQ Omclf' Stall, '59-'6llg Sopho- more Class Vice-President, '58g -lunior Class Presiclent, '59g Intra- mural Colf, '59. lfl'1'lc:11RAI.n, ,XRTHUR joii, Celina. Tennessee: BS. in Engineering Scienceg Tennessee Society of Professional Iingineers. '58fti0g Cen- eral Fngineering Club, '58-'ti0: Veterans Club, 'ti0. l"l'l'xc:1iRAL1x, james Norris. Columbia, Tennesseeg B.S. in Inclustrial Nlanagementg Tennessee Society of l-'roiessional Iingineers, '59g Ciyil lingineering Club. 595 Tech 'l'roubailors, ,585 Society for ,Xil- yancement of Management, 'titlg Reserve Ollicers Association. Till. Fl'1'zvA't'Rtc:K, Dfxvin IfRAN14L1N, Olcl Hickory, Tennessee, BS. in Biologyg Tau Beta Kappa. '58-'titlg Tennessee ,Xcacletny of Science, '59-'ti0, Vice-President. 'tillg Chemistry Club. '57-'58, Fl'l'll'ATRIc:K. DAVID Rox,xLn, Cookeyille. Tennessee: BS. in Sec- onclary Eclucationg 'liecb Marching Band, '56-'57g ROTC Band, '56g Rebel Rifles. '56-'57g Student National litlucation Association, 'GOQ English Club, 'li0. SENIOR Fl..-x'l'l', llrxxllis 1'1lJXX',-XRD, Livingston, Tennessee: B.S. in Social Science liducation: International Relations Club, '57-'59, Fl.A'I"l'. kllikkr EDWARD, X2lSllYillC, Tennessee, B.S. in Healtli and Pliysical liducation: Healtli and l'liysical liducation Club, '59, Football. '55-'59, Baseball, ,56-'BEL FLYNN, l'litsGY NIAIQ, Crossville. Tennesseeg B.S. in Social Sciente lidueation, International Relations Club. '57f'litlg Teeli Bank, '57, Cafeteria Club, 'titlg Baptist Student llnion, 'Stir Student National liducation Association, 'ti0. FORD. Bt-i'l"l'Y ANN, Monterey. Tennessee, B.S. in Biology Education: Tau Beta Kappa, '57-Till. Secretary, '58, Treasurer, '59, Tecli lX'onien's fllglllllllllitlll, '57-T501 Student National Education .Xsso- ciation, '58-'59. FORD. Botany LANIS. Chattanooga, Tennessee: B.S. in Industrial Managenientg Mechanical Engineers Club, 'Bti-H375 Tennessee So- ciety ol' Professional Engineers, '56-'573 Society of Business, '58-H395 Society for the Advancement of Nlanagenient. '58-'59g Football Team. '56-'57, Track Team, '56-'57. FORD, FIAMICS l,., Cookeville, iI4CllllCSSCC, BS. in Industrial Klan- agenient, Tech Players, '57, Society for the Xdyancenient of Man- agement. '5El: Wesley Foundation. '57-'59, FORD, ,IIJNIQ MOORE. Cookeville, Tennessee: B.S. in Home Flcouoniics Education, Home Economics Club, '57-'59, Tecli Womens Organi- zation, 'Bti-'5Elg XVesley Foundation. '5li-'59, FORIQ, TFD W., Columbia, Tennessee: B.S. in Industrial Technology: Industrial Technology Club, '58-'59, FOkifs'l'rk, IIIQANNINL Gussox, Kingsport, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi ness Iiducationg Tech XYOIIICIFS clfgllllllillitlll. '57-'60, Secretary, 'titlg Tech Players, '57-'60, Treasurer, '5El: Tech Chorus, '57: EACIF Stall, '60, Student National Education Association, till: Baptist Student l'nion, '59-'tj0g Secretarial Science Club, '57-'titlg Society ol Business, '57-'60, Cafeteria Club, '57-Till. Secretary, '58. Treasurer. '59, Reporter, 'GOQ Assistant Dorm Hostess. 58,3 Transfer from lexas XVOIIICIFS l'niyersity. Denton, Texas, 138. I-'Owi.l-ik. JFRT-1 I.r3l.AND, Oak Ridge, Tennesseeg B.S. in Aeeountingg .Xecounting Clubg Veterans Club, '58-'ti0, Treasurer. '59, President. '60, FOX, .XNNA CARYLON, Maryville. Tennessee: B.S. in Social Seienceg International Relations Club, '59-'60, Tecli Won1en's Organization. '59-'ti0: Wesley Foundation, '59-'60, Tech Band, '599fi0g Majorette. 'titlz ROTC Sponsor, 'tillg Transfer from Tennessee Wesleyan Col' lege, 'SEL lfox, Nlks. I-'RANKIE Rtfru. Granville, Tennessee: B.S. in Business Fducation, Tech Won1en's Organization. 'Bti-'57, Secretarial Science Club. :H-110. FRANKl.1N, M11..DkiLD JANE, Livingston. Tennesseeg B.S. in Elemen- tary Education: Student National liducation Association, '59. lfkliilixlfxx, CLIARLIQS E.. Cookeville, Tennessee, B.S. in .Xgrononng .Xgronoiny Club. '57-'59. FRIQY, ALVIN. Xladison. Tennesseeg B.S. in Business Managetnent: T-Club, '58-'60, Society of Business. 'ti0Z Society for the .Xdyancer lnent ol' xi2lll2lgClllClli, itillg Football. '57-'59, l'4RlSCIl, RICHARD ADAM, New Brunswick, New Alerseyg B.S. in Nleclianical lingineeringg Kappa Nlu lipsilon, 67-'tiflg Eta lipsilon Sigma. '59-'60, Society of Professional Fngineers, '58-'ti0g Society ol' Meclianical lingineers, '60, FRYIQ, .IAMTCS l.AURt-ZNCE, lll, Mulberry, lfloritlag B.S. in Engineer- ing Clieniistry: .Xnierican Chemical Society. '59-'tiIl. l"liG.-Ylilf, C1.yD1f WALKIQR, I.a Follette. Tennessee: BS. in Secondary Iiducation: TCA President. 'titlg Omrlz' Stall. '59-'tillg FAGLI-1 Stali, 'titlz NCXX .Xtliletic Statistician for all Sports, '58-'ti0. Page 179 Page 180 WIN 'K wb.. Wim SENIOR I"UI,l.AM, M'Il,I.ARIJ ICIJWARIX, AIR., Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in Intlustrial Technology, Society of Industrial Tecthllology, '58-'60, CA1.t.At:l-tlfR, NIARTIIA CAt.t41, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Secre- tarial Science, Secretarial Science Club, '58-'60, Tech Womens Organization, '57-'60, Society ot' Business, '58-'60, Best Dressed Girl, '58, Homecoming .Xttentlant, '5ll. CA1A'oN, CIIARLICS Born, Crossxille. Temressee, B.S. in Health and Physical Iiducation, Health and Physical Iiducation Club, '57-'60, Treasurer, '58, Vice-President. '59, President, '60, Gymnastics Club, '58-'50, Vice-President, '58, Intramurals Manager, '58-'59, Intra- mural Sports, '57-'58, ll'ho'.v lllm in Anzrricnzi, Colleges and l'ui- 1f1'1'.sitif'x, '60. C.-xt.x'oN, l'A'rRu:iA ANN lY1cs'r, Lebanon, Tennessee, B.S. in Busi- ness Iiducation, Secretarial Science Club, '56-'58, Society of Business, '60, Health and Physical Education Club, '56-'59, Secretary, '58-'59, CARRt-1'1'r. Ctrxczox EARL, Byrdsrown, Tennessee, B.S. in Mathe- matics, Nlath Club, '57-'60, Student National Education Associa- tion. 50- 60. tLARRic'l"t', XVILLIANI Clam-IAR. Old Hickory, Termessee, B.S. in In- dustrial Technology, Cumberland Clttb, '57, President, '57, Tennes- see Society ol' Professional Engineers, '57-'59, Mechanical Engineer- ing Club, '60, Societx of Industrial Teclmologv, '60, CARRIGAN, NIARY xxx. Oak Ridge. Tennessee, B.S, in Secretarial Science: Secretarial Science Club, '57-'60, Publicity Chairman, '59, Vice-President. '60, Society of Business, '57-'60, Society of Business Board. '50-'60, Newman Club, '57-'60, Secretary, '60, Tech Women's Organization, '57-'60, Board Nlember, '50, Intramurals, '59-'60, President, Rye Hall, '50, IiAGl.ti Stall, '60, Cuusoxs. I,ot'is RALPH, -IR., Xashxille, Tennessee, B.S. in Indus- trial XIZIIIZIQCIIICIIU .Xquatic Club, '55, Rebel Rilles, '55, Society for the .Xdxancement ol' Nlanagement. '50-'60, Yice-President, '60, So- ciety of Business, '60, Industrial Nlanagement Club. '60, IiAt:I.L3 Stall, '60, Veterans Club, '60, Intramurals, '51, CQiI.tstfR'l'. .IOIIX li., Spring City. Tennessee, B.S. in lilectrieal lingineering, ,Xtnerican Institute of lilectrical Engineers, '58-'60, Tennessee Society ol' Professional Iiugineers, '59-'60Z Golf Team. '59, Cil.t.i,-xxi, ,lonx 'l'Al.AlAlJGIC. Memphis, Tennessee: B.S. in Business Management, Society lor the ,Xdtancement of Management, '58-'59, Society ol' Business. '58-'60, Intramurals, '57-'5S. CRAc:iaY, RAt:1-u-11, lYll.I.UGI1'XIi, Mcklinnxille, Tennessee, B.S. in Iilementary Iiducation, Student National Education Association. '58-'60, Iinglish Club, '60, Kappa 'Delta Pi, '60, l':AGl,E Stall, '60, ,XII Class Iitlitor. '60, Wesley Ifoundation. '58-'59, tLRAis'r, Hul,lN WAYM1, Winchester, Temressee, B.S. in Account- ing, Society of Business, '57-'50, .Xccounting Club, '57-'59, Speech Activities, '59-'60, Superior Military Science Student, '58, URIQICN, Ct-tAR1.1cs HAYNIR, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Electrical lingineering, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '57-'59, .Xmerican Institute ol' Iilectrical Engineers, '58-'60, Intramurals, '57-'58. CRR1-1Ntc, l.YNnAl, GRANT, Dunlap, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Technology, Society of Industrial Technology, '60. URISSONI, MARX' fiA'l'IIICRlNIC, Rock Island, Tennessee, B.S. in Chemistry, Tech Chemical Society, '57-'60, Secretary, '59, Student .Xlliliate ol' American Chemical Society, '58-'60, Secretary-Treastlrer, '60, Church of Christ Student Group, '57-'60, Treasurer, '59, Kappa Mu lipsilon, '59-'60, Tech Womens Organization, '57-'60, Wh0's ll'l1n in Ani1'i'ir'1lu, Cnllwgrns nurl l'IlI1lI'I'XIliI'.l', '60. t:Rtus1s, IQIJXVARIJ FRICNCII, Athens, Termessee, B.S. in Industrial Technology, Industrial Technology Club, '58-'60, Intramurals, '56- '58, Ctiscztim., joim 'l'itoMAs, l,awrenc-eburg, Tennessee, B.S. in Mathc- matics, Mathematics Club, '58-'60, Kappa Mu Epsilon, '58-'60, Cafeteria Club, '58-'59, Newman Club, '58-'60, HAc:Ric'l"t', RANDALL WAYNF, Carthage, Tennessee, B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies, '56-'60, Treasurer, '59, Sergeant at Arms, '58, Block and Bridle Club, '56-'60, Treasurer, '59, Aggie Contact Stall, '57-'60, ,Xmerican I-'armer Degree, '57, mmm BECKY BILBREY AND LINDA Dauglfltery prepare 'lor l:omorrow's class SENIOR HAGXX. -I.-XXII-'S S'llfPlll'N. 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'BSP-Will: Nllll flllCCll, Alill, Pace 181 1 Page 182 SENIUR HAS'I'l+1. -ltvxtif Strtf, Cookeville. Tennessee, B.S. in English, English Club, '57-T0, President, '60, Sigma Tau Delta, '58-lti0, Secretarv, '60, Kappa llelta l'i, '59-'ti0, Secretary, '00, Tech Christian Xssocia- tion, '58-'60, Secretary, ,593 Omclz' Stall. '58-'00, Associated Student Botly Secretary, '00, junior Class Beauty. '59, Faculty Scholarship, '00, Nlajorette, '57, ll'l1o's Hill!! in AllIffl'lIYllI COHl'gf'S rturl !'niw'2- .NIlll',Y, 00. liavxtfs. AIFRRY l'H'LLll', Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in Nlechanical Engineering, Tennessee Society ol' Prolessional Engineers, '55. '57- 'ti0, Tech Society of Nlechanical Engineers, '50-'00, Baptist Student l'nion, '55-'li0. H,vvs, llox Rtcn.-vko, Nashville. Tennessee: B.S. in Xlechanical Engineering, 'lennessee Society ol' Professional Engineers, '57-rio, Nlechanical Engineers Club, '58-'00, Pep Club, '57, Intramurals, 'ti0. lltcxtisktitti, I.,vu't41iNf:ig S't'Axl.i-iv, Nashville. Tennessee, B.S. in Bi- ology, Chemistry Cltlb. '56-'58, ROTC, '50-'58, Rebel Rilles, '57-'58 HIQNDFRSON. .X1.I.lfN PATRICK, .Xlton, Illinois, BS. in Civil Engineer- ing, Tennessee Societv of Professional Engineers. '60, Civil Engi- neering Club, '57-'39, Newman Club, '57-'60, Hifxnifksox, 01.1-xx lagxtovxti, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in Chem- istry: Tech Chemical Society, '58-'00, 'l'reasurer, '59, Vice-President, '00, American Chemical Society. '58-'00, Cumberland Club, '57-'00, President, '58-'00, Hifxsox. Cifokot-1 FRANK, Copperhill. Tennessee, ILS. in Health and Physical Education, Health aml Physical Education Club, '53- 'Hl 'till HI-iRRl-'N, l'illXY.XRIJ CLENI. Silver l'oint. 'I ennessee, B,S. in .Xgronomvz .Xgronomy Club, '59-'60, Aggie Club, 'li0. HICRSIUN, Snii1.isv jo. Columbia, Tennessee, BS. in Social Science Education, Student National liducation Club. '59-'00, Tech Wom- en's Organization. '57-'00, International Relations Club, '59-00, I' l.X, ill- 00. Htlikxl.-KN, CI-jcill. RAY. Xlbanv, Kentucky, BS. in llllillSll'i2li Tech- nologv, Society of lntlttstrial Technology, '59-'ti0. 'Iireasurer. 'li0. HTZKXIAN. IJICNNIS Hi.-XYNTR Hendersonville, 'l'ennessee, B.S, in Mechanical Engineering, leunessee Society of Professional Engi- neers, 'Sli-'00, Tech Society of Mechanical Engineers, '59-'00, Treas- urer, '00, 'l'ech Men's Dormitory Organization. '58-'60, President, '59, Cryphons, '58-'59, Reserve Oilicers Association, '58-'59, Asso- ciated Student Body Council. '59, Intramural Sports, '50-'57. Htcikxmx, KIININIIE R.-xv. Wartburg. Tennessee, BS. in Health and Physical i'iCilll'1lliOllQ Health and Physical Education Club, '55-'59, Student National Education Association. '59, lntramurals, '55-'SQL Huitis, jtxmv, Centerville, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Tech- nology, Tennessee Society for l'rol'essional Engineers. 'SSJJ Civil Engineers Club, '59, Industrial Technology Club, '59-'60. HlI.I.. ICXVING KELLY, Nashville. Tennessee, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering: Veterans Club, '57, Tennessee Society for Professional Engineers, '58-'60, Mechanical Engineering Club, '60. Ht1.Lzs, joifi. H., Spencer, Tennessee, B.S. in Mathematics, Math Club. '58-'60, HixoN, K1cNNtc'i'H DEAN, Crossville. Tennessee, 13.8. in Chemistry, Baptist Student Union, '58-'00, Chemistry Club, '58-'ti0. Ho1.oi-ik, JOHN RUSSELL, Quebeck, Tennessee, B.S. in English lidu- cation, Student National Education ,Xssociation, '59-'60, Baptist Student l'nion, '59-'60, English Club, '50-'00, College Chorus. '59- l00, Tech Choir, '59-'60. HOLl.INSXVUR'l'lI, .XNDREXV j., jk., 'l'ompkinsville, Kentucky, ILS. in Civil Engineering, Tennessee Society for Professional Engineers, '58-'00, Treasurer, '60, Civil Engineering Club, '57-'60, " 'SCUSE ME' CANT SEE A THING with 'lliese shades on says ASB Beat Nick SENIOR HOLAIICS, MLN KYLE, Trenton, Tennessee nologyg Nlecbzinical Engineering Club. nology Club, '1i0. Hi1c1v14R. IJQNALD I'RAXKI.lN. Shelbyville. lriuil lingineeringg Tech Nlzirrliing lizuul '57-'583 lennessee Society fill' l'ri1fessi41ii1ll can Institute of Eleclriczil liiigiiicers. '59- Hl'11111.i-'s'l'c1x. CL,-XUDF ANN, Ci111lCei'ille. liuilluiilirs l"1ClllC'Zlli0ll1 Home l'i1'UIl11lIllC'S 110. Pairliziiiieiilzirinn. 58: lerli XY1llllCll'S senlzuixe, V592 H'esiex liilllllllklllflll, '56-'00 lsippi llelli 'l'Cfl1 liund, 5153583 'Iieeli Cllnislizln .XSSOCilIl0ll 18 1 IU l IU in A111c'1'i1'rn1. C0lIc'g1'.S mill l'11iw'r.xilir'.s, '60 HUlflfINlC, Nil-'LVIN TIIUXI.-XS. Cluulzumogzi lLlll1Lss Q, lisli liilllfzlliollg English Club. '58-'1i0. 'lieisu linnul l'iClllC2lli0ll .Xssocizitinin '58-'1i0g Gryplions 110 P s Pep Club, '58-'1i01 Ornrlzf Stull, '58-'1i0, C0 unnnst 13 X Sunil. '1i0. .xCllllilliSll'2lll0ll Iidilor, '1i0g Re me Ollice Xss ui '59-'1i0, Secretziry, 595 Tech Nlen's linrinitoix 1 inuuinn .Xssucizilecl Student Body 'l'rezisiuer. 58: Xssoimled Student limb Vice-Presiclent, '60g I-'reslnnun Iloriiiiwry nunse on 1 0 is llllglllSllCCl xiillllllf' Student. '1i0g I1'lm'x ll lm IH Alllllllllll C4 1 and l'11i1fc'1'xiIies, 'G0g Freslinuin lfcxulbzill, YI llilllllllll s ill lillCilIliS, W11.1.lAxl l'fRNFS'l', lk., Czirlliuqe lennessne cluslrizll 'leclnuilogyz Socieli' nl' lnilust 1 eeino 4111 18 1 Buplisl Sluclenl lfninn, '58-'1i03 Reserve ice! 5 ssocii inn '1i0g Tennessee Sncielv of i,l'0i'L'SSlUll2ll In ineeis Liu 1 1 lnslilule of Electrical ikngineers, 'Brig lnn unui Hl'1,l.. lxl"N'I'ON j.x1u'is, IR., Spzuiii, Tennessee D C fxitiong Xlusic Cilub, '57-"1i0. Yic'efl1'esiLlenr 19 Pies le 'iil'0lllD1lClUlll'S, '57-'1i0g Pi Xlu Signizi. 59- 110 Nlusn ilioni 1'1ll1ll"S Cunfei'ence, '59-'1i03 Bzuul, '59-'00, 'I lLlSlllCl C bo s '57-GSI: l'il'CSl1lll2lll Music Sfliolziisliip. '57. Hl'I,l.,xXl1liR. EDXVIX l.lil11, fillllllllllilllgll. 'lenncssee BS In luc trial XIZIIIRIQCIHCIIIQ lncluslrizil lXIzinzigeinent Clul1 ll 110 liesuenl '1i0g Suniely of Business, '57-'1i0, Vine-l'i'es1clei1t 110 Pep '00, Vice-l'i'esicle11t, '603 Society lui' the Xclxnueineni nl Ninn nlenl. '57-'1i0g EAGLE Stull. ,57-'1i0. .lunim Class ci n lllllllll NIZIIIZIQCIY T305 Omrlz' Stull. '59-'1i0 S ull Xi iii s l '58-Iill: Suniiir Cllzlss Yll'C-l,l'C'SlllC'lll, '1i0. lll'X'l'lfR, l'il'CilfNli. fi011lsCXlllC', lennussee S cailion. HYIJI-'R, XYILXIA AXNN. Clmssxille. lcnness e une l'i1lllCllllOllI SlllllCllI Xzitinnzil l'iClllCZlIlUll ssmli le Woiiieifs Orgzuiilzition, '51i31i0. INMAN, R0lsicR'I' L., Franklin. 'lk-iiiiesseeg inc ix all li1lilc'ziLic111g 'I' Club, '56-'1i0g Heullli incl Plissui lc mon Club, '50-'50g Gyiiiiizistirs Club, '57-'1i1l, Pies 1 595 l"1'eslnn:in Basketball lezun. 111. lurk, lSl1.1.x' COLICNIAS, Columbian, 'l'enn s Xnmunnng IIIIQ, Club ll 110 Pep Club 110 Soriely ol Business, '57-'1i0: .XCCUIIII ' I' I liurzuninzil Golf, '59f1i0. .l,xc:xsc1N. IJ. l7LwAx'xic, Cuokexille. Tennessee ni liusni Nlzuuxgenienlg Society of Business. '1i0g Yet 11115 Clul1 '1 1 Page 184 BACK! BACK! Back boys, I can'l' get all of you in the picture ' SENIOR ,l.xt:t,3t'l1S, FIAXIFS HARRY. Cookt-ville, l'CllllCSSCCQ 15.5. in Business xl1lll1lgCllN'llIQ ROTC Bztucl, '57-58. Supply Scrgcztut. '5?'lg l'c'cl1 Xquutic Club, '57-2383 Society lot' tbc XtlN1ll1l'ClllCIlI ol' Nluuztgel IIICHI, '59-'tillz Sigma Iotu Epsilon. '59-till. l'rcsitlc'nt, 'tillz Swim lcaltu, 57359. Hczltl iXi1lll1lgCl' Zllltl 'l'!'2llllCl'. 'I.xRlflJ. KIIQRRY ,Xl.1.liN, Bllilllltl Vlllltf. 'I'cuucwsct': BS. iu lhtsiucss Nlztuztgviucuti Socictx ol' liusiucsw, '57: Soriuty for the XtlY2llll'ClllCIII of Nlztuxtgvnicut. '58-'tilt lI.XRRlfl.I., JOHN Klf1.lUX, Xlzt11t'l1cstt'r, lctmcssccg ILS. in lllllllillillli i'illQ'lllCCl'lllgQ lcuucsscc Socictx ol' Pl'0i'CSSl0ll2ll l'illglllCQliS. '59-'titlg f:l'llL'l'lll Etigitivcring Club. '59-"liIl. ,l.XRRlfl.I.. RALPII XV., Xsblztml City. lCu11t'ssct'3 ILS. in lilcctl'it'ztl liiigillctwitigg XI1lCl'll'2lll Soricty of lilt'c't1'ic'1tl RllglIlCl'l'S. '58-'titlg leu- ucsscc SUl'll'If ot' ljl'0i'CSSltlll2ll liugiuccrs. '58-'tilt .lt-Zlflftfks, .XUHRA l'lllGlf'Nl-', f,llCill2l. lcuncsxtrc: ILS. in l'lllglllCCl'lllg flllClIliSIl'f'1 lcfb fllltlllliflll Soticty, '57-'lillg ,Xmc1'it'a1u Cllctiliczll Sofit-ty, '57-'titlg 'VCIIIIUSSCC Society of l'I'tli'L'SSltlll2ll litigillctwi. 'ti0. IIUIINAUX. XI.lA lfluti. Sluitbxillc. 'l'CIllILYSSlICI BS. iu llouit' lico- uomicsg Home licouomics Club, '57-'till Yivt?-Prcsitlcttt. 'tillq l'ct'b Womcu's fjfgllllilllllilll. '57-'60, KIOHNSUN. f1ll.XRI.l"5 RAY. Xusbxillc. lcuttcssccg ILS. iu llltll1Sll'llll Nlmmgcnncntg Music Club, '55-'Mig .Xqtuttic Club, 'Bti-237: Society of Business, 'Sli-59: lIltlllSIl'l2ll xi2lIlllgCl1lCllI Club. 'Bti-'593 Soficty for thc .Xclvztlicctliciit ol' Nlzluzlgvmeut, 'BPI-Till. JOHNSON, DUNALD iNliXR'lIN. Xztslixillc, 'Iflltit-sscc-1 ILS. iu i'lllglllCC'l'- ing S4'lCllK'l'Q Ccliciitl l'lllg'lllCCl'lIlg' Club. '59-till: lcuucsscc Socivty ol' l'rol'cssiouztl l'lIlglllCCliS. 'titlg Baptist Sttttlcut l'uiou. '37-Till. -IOIINMJN. JIQRRX Stitllt, lflllillltjlllltlll. 'l'cum'sst-Q: l5.S. in Xlccllztui- tall lit1git1t'c1'il1gg 'lbliilnsstrc Soricty of l'rot'cvsiouuI litlgiuccrs, '56- '593 Soficty of NlCl'llllllll'2ll 1illglllL'Cl'S. '58-'tillg Cryplious. '58-'5El: Rvbcl Rifles. 'Bti-'571 Baptist Stuclcut l'lliUll. '5ti-'60, lixccutivc Council. 59: 'l't't'b CllI'lSIl2lIl Xssofizltiou, '5ti-Till, Czxbinct Member, '60, NIOIINSIUN. l'llOXl.XS SXIl'lll. kiupstuu. 'lt-uucssrt-: ILS. iu lmlmtriztl l'ccbuology: Sorit-ty ot lutluwtriztl 'l'tfc'lmology, '59-Till. QIUNVS, .IAXIS KQXRUI.. Cttryxillc. lcuncsscci BS. in St't't'ctz11'i11l Scicntcg gL'l'I'l'l1lI'l2ll Stitfurc Club, '57-593 XYCSIU l"UtllItl1l1lOll. 'ST '59, Cfouuril. 'ESQ 'I ctb Cbiistiztu Xsxotiutiou, '57-till, Vito-l't'csitlcttt. 003 Stutlcnt lxlllltlllkll latluciuttou .XSSOCIQIIIOIL 118. ujtlxtfs. IIOIIN l'., Unk Ritlgc, 'lcuucwccg ILS. in Mcflizttlitztl lingi- llL'L'l'lllg1 xlL'L'll1llllt'2ll l'lllgllIL'Cl'illg Club. '58-'tilli lcuucssct- Society Y ol' l,l'tli'CSSltlIllll liugiuctfrs. '5S"titl. SENIOR joxtcs, Wtl.1,uc lffwtli, Hixson, Tennessee: B.S. in Home Economiesg Tech Womens fh'g2lllil2lliOIl, 'Bti-'60, Home Economies Club, '56- '60g Church ol' Christ Stuclent Croup, '5tifti0g EAt9I.ti Stall. '58-'5Elg Oracle Stall. .595 .Xquatic Club, 'Blk Counselor in lfreshnien Dornii, tory, '58. AIOYNIQR, .IIQRRY XVILLIAM, Springlieltl. Tennessee: B.S. in Industrial Xlanagetnentg Tennessee Society of l'rol'essional Engineers. '56-'5T. Ktf1.t,tcY, DAy'tn I... Harriman, Tennesseeg B.S. in I're-Law: Rebel Rifles. '58: Tennessee Society' ol' Professional Engineers. '5li: Society' for the ,Xtlrancetnent ol' Management, '5ll: Switntning Teant. '57-'58. KIQLSO, N'll.l.l,-XXI PAH., Chattanooga, Tennessee: B.S. in Industrial Teclniolofgyg Industrial Technology' Club. '58-'59. KEYS, ,IOP BERNARD. Huniboltlt, Tennessee, B.S. in Business Klan- agenrentg Veterans Club. '58-'00, Society of Business, '58-'60, Society for the Aclvancernent ol' Nlanagetnent, '59-'60, Treasurer. 'Ii0: EAGLF Stall, '00, Sigma Iota Epsilon, '60, Krirs. I.tLLt,1tx Loctstc Nlokrox. Dayton, Tennessee: B.S. in Ele- tnenlary Education: Kappa Delta Pi, '59-'60g Student National Education Association. '57-'ti0g .Xccounting Club. '57-'58g Society of Business, '57-'58: Tech Womens Organization. '57-'58, Kttitfx, Doxxa SHUCK, lbiclcson, Tennessee, B.S. in Home Eco- noinics Eclucaliong Horne Economics Club. '57-'ti0g Tech Xy'on1en's Organization, '57-'60, Tech Wonren's Organization Board, '50, Ku.l.tfiN, Romani' F1.oy'n, jk., Dickson, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Nlanagetnent: Society for the .Xtlyancetnent of Nlanagetnent. 'ti0. kttookii, jot-1 KYLE. South Pittsburg. Tennessee, Pre-Dentistry: Cllenristry' Club, '57-'59, Football Teatn, 'Bti-'59, Klylslfr. MAX ICYAN. Turtletotyn, Tennessee, B,S. in Industrial Nlanagententz Tennessee Society' for Professional Engineers. '5ti: Veterans Club. '56, Society' for the .Xclyancetnent ol' Nlanagctnent, Yitl. KING, BILLS ,lol-'. Cookeyille, Tennessee: B.S. in Accounting: Society of Business. '59-'li0g Veterans Cltlb. '59-'tilll .Xccounting Club. '59- 'G0. KING, HELEN CRACIP, Nlonterey. Tennessee: B.S. in Business Eclu- cationi Secretarial Science Club. '58-'603 l'i Omega Pi. '59-till. Presi- clent, '601 Stutlent National Etlucation .Xssociation, '59-'60, Cafe- teria Club. '57-'tillg Society' of Business, '58-'60g Tech Christian Association Council, '60, lVlm'.y Who Among' Sltulcnlx in Antcricrtn Colleges 111111 l'r1i1fer.rili1'.v, Till. KING. KIOIIN Chattanooga. Tennessee: B.S. in lntlustrial Manage- ment. Ktxts, S.-yxlulfl. D., Oak Ridge, Tennessee: B.S. in lnclustrial Tech- nology: lnclustrial Technology Club, '57-'tillz Rebel Rilles. '57-59. Connnantler, 59: Distinguished Military Student. 'litlg Cryphons Club. '4i0g Pep Club, '59-'li0. KI,,yt'sNnR. Hoyyixkb Xk'l'HL'R, Nluncy Valley. Pennsylvania, B.S. in Biology: Tau Beta Kappa, '55-'59, Biology Club. '55-'59g Veterans Club. '55-'593 Intramurals, 55359: Chemistry Club. '55-'50, Bartoo Nletnorial Scholarship .Xwartl, 'GEL Koi'l,t.11.tx. NIM Huy' IARAAKLIS. Nashyille. Tennessee: B.S. in Bi- ology: Tau Beta Kappa. '56-'59: Tech Bantl, 'Bti-137: ROTC Bantl. 50557: Aggie' Conlacl Stall. '58-591 Biology Cltlb. '50-'59, l..,xNll4liR'l'H, HORACF l,liUN, Xyhite House, Tennessee: B.S. in Me- chanical Engineering: Nlechanical Engineers Club. '58-'00, Secre- tary. '60, Tennessee Society for Professional Engineers, '59,tillg kappa Nln Epsilon, 'ti0: Eta Epsilon Sigma, '60, Secretary, '60 . IANIQ, BlLLY RHEA, Lebanon, Tennessee: B.S. in Electrical Engi- neering: Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, 573150: .hnerir can lnstitute ol Electrical Engineers, '57-'titlg Pep Club. '59-'00g Reserve Ollicers Association, '59-Will. We 'yvnyawv 'mf Page 185 Page 186 SENIOR I..xm.xl1R. S,xXl1'lfl. llOl'5'IION. lz1sl11f1', l1'1111c'ss1'1'3 I5.S. III Iilc1't1'i1'z1l Ii11fi:1L'1-1i11gg X1111'1'i1'z111 I11slil111c ul' lilCL'lI'll2ll I'iIlgIIlCL'l'S. '39-'lill. 1.,1'1'11x1ok1s, RlJ15I4'R'l 1.1i1c. jk., Cluppnzrliill. 1'1-nnmcssccg 15.8. in 111- ClllNll'I1ll Xizlilzljgrg-1111-1113 Sofivll ol I511si11css. 'lillg Smivly lm' lllc .XllX1ll1l'L'llILTlIl ol' Xl:11111gc1111'11l. Will: I111l11sl1'iz1l NI1111z1g1'1111'11l filulm. 'l?l11 l5z1plis1 Slllll011I I'11io11, '57-'lEl1, 1..x11111cR1111.1i. XIA111' 1-11.1Z.1x1s1f111. H111'1s1il11-. lc1111cssuc: 15.8. in l Holm' I'iL'llI1UI1lll'SQ Home I'Il'0ll0Il1llS Club, '58-'lillg I'Cl'lI XX'l11111:11's fylffilllllllllllll, '58-'lillg Psp filllll. '51-lg fillllllfll of CIl11'isl Sllllllflll fl1'l1lllJ, '58-T92 ICAKQIJ-1 Stall, 38. l"C2IlIII'CS Iiciilrny '-183 'I1'z111sl'c1' f1'11111 Dzuicl I,ips1'o111l1 College. I.Aw. ICl.1.,-X KIIHXN, Xl2ll'lXIlll'. l1'1111L'ss1f1': IIS. 111 Iiilsillnss Iicluru- 1io11: S1'1'1'ctz11'i11l SiICl1l'C filllll. '59-'l?ll: Suzie-11 ul I511si11css. '59-'lillg Slllllldlll N2lIlO1l2ll lfllllllllilbll XVMKIZIIIIIII. '59-'liliz ll'l'2lllSl'L'l' fl'U111 cl211'S01l-NCWIIILIII Clrrllcgc. '59, I.lfI111l11'l'lliR. CARI. BROWN. Oak Ridge, llriliicssccg l5.S. III NlCClI2IlIl' C111 Ii11gi11CC1'i11gg xlQl'lI2l1!ll'2ll Ii11gi111:C1'i11g Club. '57-'lillg 'I'1r1111csw1'r' Sthcitlf ol' Pl'0lnl'SSIl1IIlIl I-f11j21i11cc1's. '57-'lily I.IfIi. 15k1'1:1i NIONRUI-'. 15m11x, New York: 15.5. in C11c111is11-lg Tech C1l1c111i1:1l Socicly. '57-'lill. RCIJlil'ICI'. 'lillg I5iolr1g1 Club, 'lill3 I51ISQlJ2Ill vllClll11, '58-'lillg lflllllllklll 'l'c11111. 57: 'I'1'z11'k Vllflllll, '5T. 1.1ew1s, lY11.1.1.u1 k14xN1i'111. Nlzimluuslcr. lc-1111cssc1-g ISS. in Duiay HIlSlJ2lIIlllAl'I .Xggic CIl11l1. '50-'52, '59-'li0. I.IlIl.lf, I5I1.LY NIIXI, I.ix'i11gslm1. vliCl111L'SSl'L'1 ISS. i11 Sliflill S1'iC111c' Ii1l111'11Iio11. 1.1x'1xus1'ox1-1. ll1l.1.1.xx1 C-Akimxi-R. .XSl1CXIllL'. NllI'IlI c.21I'llll112II 15.5. i11 I111l11sl1'iz1l NI1111z1gc1111'111. I.Ol4IlS. Rrmisinki Iluxvxkim, 6.111114-11111-. l1'11m-ssz-1-g 15.8. 111 111011111- ing: .X1'1'ol111li11g Cllllh, '5?53lill3 l511si111'ss Swfivll. '38-'lillg .l1111i111 XIc111l11'1' of Rcsuiwc Olliccrs XNNUIIZIIIOII, '37-'lEll. I.01.1:1xs. LIOIIN IIIURNIUN. C.l1:11'l11lIc. ll'IIl1l'SSL'CI I5,S. 111 f.INIl Ii11g'i111'1'1'i11g: Clixil l'l1lgIllCL'I'IlIg Club. '58-'lIll: lCl1l1L'SKL'l' Socivlx lm' I'1'11l'1'wsil111z1l l'11Ig1lll'L'l'S, '39-'lilly lQ1'xpl11111s. '39-'lill, SCl'g1'lllll-Ill' 11111:-. 'lilli R1's1'1'1c fJlllK'L'l'i XASOCISIIIHII, '39-'lil13 Iizippzl xlll Iipsilmm, '59-'-fill: .Xssu1'i11lio11 ol"l'l1c I'11ilc1l SIIIICS ,X1'111v Mvmlzll. 'ESM Xzlslnillc Clxzip' 101' IQCIIIICSSCC Smicll of P1'nl'1'swio1111I l'llIglI1L'l'Ii. Nll'll1llL'1' of lllu Yczir. 'NPI ll',IU'.N ll'lm tffllflllg .xfllllfllll in .4n11'ri1'11rl lfullffgm 1111.11 l'11ia'r'11iIi1'.s. 'lilI. IIJIIURN, l'.fXL'I. 5IIlNIfY. Spurlzi, lc1111csscc: l5.S, III Xll1Sll' l'.lllll'2I' tion: Nlllsic Clllll. 'Sli-'lillg NIIISIL' l'IllIIL'1Il0I"S Nllllillllll CIr1111'c111i1111. '57-'lillg Cllloir. '57-'lillg I511111l. 'Sli-'lillg clll0I'IlS, 'Sli-'57. LONG, DONALD YAUGIIN. Cuokcxillc. 'liciiiiuwsccg 15.8. i11 Social S1'ic111'c1 'I'e1'l1 Cl11'isliz111 .Xsso1'i11li1111. '58-'lil1. I'1'csi1lc11l. 'Sill Inter- II2lIllJIl2ll Rclnriolls Club. '58-'lill. l'1'csi1lc11l. 59: 'I-CLII fil11lI'IIS. 'SSA 'lillg 10111 l'l2If'Cl'S. '39-'lil13 Spa-c1l1 Aclixilius. '58-'lilly 1'i Kappa Della, 'SEI-ilillg Kappa XIII l'ilJSllll1I. '59-'lillz ll'lm'x ll'lm .-Iznong SI1ul1'11l.x in Afrzrrimlf Collvgrw 1111.11 l'11irff'1.silim', '60, 1.x'1c1.1,. IIOISBIIA' 11ox.x1.11, 0111 Ilifkory. 'I'c11111-sscc: 15.8. in Indus' . .. . ., , .-,. . . Illllll Ic:'l111ol11gl: l111l11st1'1z1l ll'l'lIlI0lU:,fl C.l11l1. Q19-lxllg I1..x1QI.li Stull. '58-'lill, ,Xll Cllzlss Iiclilrmr. 138. Iiclilm' i11 Clliicl, 'lil13 Cl1111'1'l1 of Christ Slllrlcnl Groiip. 'Sli-'lillz I11l1'111111l1'z1l I-'ou1l1z1ll. '3li. N11:15k11111. 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SIll1lIIX1lllx. lCIllIL'NNl'L'I 145, in 1111111113 IIW l'.1l111111111'1: C.I11'1111x11x C.I11l1. .1112 Ilcsclwn' O1I11'c'1's Xsw11z1114111. .,',.. . . '. . ,. .,,.. , ,1w4111g 5lll1li'f!l X1111111:11l lz1l111:1111111 Ks-111111111111. .15-11113 1.1'1l1l11111N, '3Nf'111l. Nlxvgkl xl. 1511151511 i.r1I11111l1iz1. lCl1llL'YNL'L'I ISS. 111 lS11si11cw XI:11111g1-V 111c'111: YCICILIIVN clllltb. 4311311111 91111011 Im' X1lX2lll1t'IllClll 411 xlllllllgl' lll1'lll. '37-1211: l511xi111wx XlLlIlllgl'l1lL'lll Kilulp, '37-"Mg SU11l'IN ui limi 11088, A-D11--.'1N1 Il111'111i11111 I111111111111'11l l41111ll1a1ll. UT. Xlxxx. Qltlwllbll lxxlfzk. f'1111kc'xilI4x 1011114-wc-cz 14.8. ill gilkill: Sri1'11c1': Rvlmvl Rillw, 711-'.'1N: 811111-11 111 l!n11N1l1L'Ni. '31i-177. ii 1 3,1 13 Page 187 Page 188 SENIOR NIANNERS. XYILLIANI EIJWARI7. JR.. Clarksville, Tennessee, B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Tennessee Society of Professional Engi- neers, '57-'60, Mechanical Engineers Club, '58-'60, Cryphons, '50- '60, Baseball Team, '57. XIARSHALI., C1.1cxt1fNT HARRisoN, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in Nie- chanical Engineering, Nlechanical Engineers Club, 'ti0. Xl.-XRTIN, l'll.BlCR'l' Lift.i.ANn, IR., Smithville. Tennessee, B.S. in Nlathematics. MARTIN, KIOIIIN l.tITHliR, Nashyille, Tennessee, B.S. in .Xgrononiy, Pep Club, '57-'50, Vice-President, '58, Agronomy Club, '57-59, Pho- tographer, '58. Vice-President. '59, Tech Aggies, '57-'50, NI.-xR'IlN. IYANDA KAY. Clex eland, Tennessee, B.S. in Biology Edu- cation, Tau Beta Kappa. '59-'60, Secretary. '60, Tech XYomen's Organization. '50-'60. Dorm Oflicer, '60, Baptist Student Union, '50-'60, Student National Education Association, '59-'60, Pep Club. '50-'60, EAo1.1i Stall, '50-'60, Tech Christian Association. '59, Kappa Delta Pi. '60, Assistant Dormitory Hostess of Rye Hall, '50, Trans- fer from Berry College, '58. INIARTIN, ll'Il.1.IAIXI HAYwooo, Bath Springs, Tennessee, B.S. in Animal Husbandry, Tech Aggies, '57-'60, Block and Bridle Club. '58-'60. Nlarshal. '58, Pep Club. '60, Nhxsox. jonx IIIOMAS, III. NIcNIinnyille, Tennessee: B.S. in Engi- neering Chemistry, Engineering Joint Council, '50, Engineering Chemistry Club. '58-'59, Chemistry Club, '57-'50, Aquatic Club, '57-'59, SCI'gC2lIII-ill-.Xl'IllS, 58. President. '50, American Chemical Society, '58-'60, President. '59, Club, '50-'60, Kappa Mu Epsilon, '58-'60, Etta Epsilon Sigma. '50-'60, Cryphons. '50-'60, Associated Student Body President. '60, ll'l1o's Wlto nlnmng Stttrlwtlx in Anteri- can Colleges and I'i1.izier.silir'.t, '59, Outstanding Military Science Stticlent II, '58, Swimming Team. '58. Nl.-YSON. LINDA SAIN. NlK'NllIIllYlllC. Tennessee, B,S. in Social Science Education, International Relations Club. '58-'60: Student National liducation Association. '50-'60, Church ol Christ Sttulent Group. '58-'60, Tech Womens Organization. '58-'ti0: EAot.i-1 Stall. '58-'50. Ifreshnian Editor. '58. Senior Stall, '50: Sophomore Class Beauty. '50, Best-Dressed Girl. '50, Homecoming Queen, '60, I-'reslnnan llortnitory Counselor, '50-'60, Xlilitary Queen Attendant. '60, Xllf.-XIJORS, tioicoox CARNIQR. Portland, Tennessee, B.S. in Social Science: International Relations Club. '57-'60, Vice President. '60, Tech Players. '57-'60, Vice President. '60, Speech Actixities. '57-'58, .Xlpha Psi Omega. '58-'ti0. President, '50, '60, Tech Christian Associa- tion. '57-'60: lYesley Foundation, '58-'60. lYesley Players, '58-'60, Wesley Choir, '58-'60, Council. '58-'60. Editor of ll'r'slc'Y FU1llIIll'l', '50-'60. Representatixe to Southeastern Regional Leadership Train- ing Conference. '50. XIICADOXVS, HARRY Euolixlf. Nashyille. Tennessee, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, American Society of Electrical Engineers. '59-'60, Tennessee Society of Prolessional Engineers, '60, Veterans Club. '57- '60. NIKE. Bolmtl-' RUTH TIIONI.-ts, South Harriman. Tennessee, B,S. in Business Education, Society ol' Business, '57-'602 .Xccounting Club. '57, Student National Education Association. '60, Social Science Club. '58-'60, NIICREDITH. Botnn' I.ii1f. Ntanchester. Tennessee, B.S. in Nlechanical Iingineering, Mechanical Engineering Club. '59-'60. Mil.i.1cR, But Iiuotgxti. Stillwater. Oklahoma, B.S. in Agricultural Science, Tech Aggies. '58-'60, Block and Bridle Club. '50, Agricul- tttral Science Club. '60, Cryphons, '59-'ti0. NIILLICR. fill.-XRLIQS IDI-'. Nashtille. Tennessee: B.S. in Chemistry. N'lIl.I.1iR. Hiatt-is l'll.IZABI-ITII, Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Social Science Education, Society of Business. '58, Secretary Science Club, '58, Tech Womens Orgainivation. '58-'60, Pep Club, '58-'60, Secre- tary. '60, International Relations Club. '60, Student National Edu- cation .Xssociation. '59-'60, Baptist Student l'nion. '58-'ti0. N'lII.l.ER. I.oxNna B., Kingston, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Arts Education, Industrial .Xrts Club. '53-'5l: Rebel Ritles. '5I. XIELLER. HARRY l.lf'l-', l.alayette, Iennessee, B.S. in Industrial Nlanageinent, Society for the .Xdyanceinent of Nlanagement, '60, NIILLS, LARRY NIIAZLSON, Tullahoina. Tennessee, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Kappa Nlu Epsilon, '58-'60, Treasurer. '60, Iita Epsi- lon Sigma, '50-'60, Secretary, '60, .XIIICTICZIII Institute ol' Electrical Engineers. '50-'60. Xlembct at Large. '60, SENIOR NI1'1'c:lnft.L, Hoon IVIOORE, Sparta, Tennessee, B,S. in Health and Physical Education, Healtli and Physical Education Club, '58-'60, lntralnural Basketball, '58-'60, Ml'l'c:ltlQl.I., WILLIAM, -IR., Naslixille. Iennessee: B.S. in Social Science, NIOORE, Dfxyin I'i'l'l'I-ik, NIcNIinnxille. Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial 'leclinologyg Society ol' Industrial Ieclinology, '58-'00, IWOURE, IJOk'l'ny PIS'I'0I.lf. McNlinnyille, tennessee, B.S. in Elemen- tary Education, Student National Education Association, '50-'60, 'I'ransl'er from Middle 'l'ennessee State College, '50, XIOORF, NIARGARIVI' Slit-Z, I.aFollette, Iennessee, B.S. in Horne Ecto- noinics Education, Home Economics Club, '57-'60, Wesley Ifounda- tion, '57-'58. Secretary, '57, Counselor of Dormitory. '58-'50. XIOORE. XX'II.AIJEAX PARM-ik. Cookeyille, Iennessee, B.S. in Educa- tion, Student National Education .Xssociation, '60. NIOOTY, lfklill Nl,, JR., Newport lennessee, B.S. in Industrial Man- agement, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '58, .Xineriean Institute of Electrical Engineers, '58, Industrial Nlanageinent Club, '59-'00, Secretary-Treasurer, '50-'60, Society of Business, '59-'60: Society for .-Xdyancetnent of Nlanagenient. '00, Pep Club. '00, Vet- erans Club, '00, Intraniural Ifootball, '00, 'l'ransl'er from Emory and Henry College, '5H. XIOYICRS, RL"l'lI, Sparta. lennessee, B.S. in Elementary Education, Student National Education .-Xssociation, '57-'60, Kappa Delta Pi, '59-'00, Faculty Scliolarsliip, '60, lI'hn'x II'llo in Antericmt Colleges and l'1ii1ferxiIif'.r. Nlutitxlx, fll.A'l'A FAyif, Jamestown, Tennessee, B.S. in Medical Tecilitiology, Baptist Student Ilnion, '57-'00, Executive Council, '58- '60, 'l'ech Chetnical Society, '57f00, Pep Club, '59-'00, 'l'ecli Players. '50-'60, 'I'ecl1 XYon1en's fjfgflllllllllltll, '57-'00, Urrulr' Stall. '59-'00, Intraniural Basketball, '57-59. NILZLLINS. VIRGINIA Suri, Byrdstown, Tennessee, B.S. in Home Eco- nomics Education, Home Eeononiics Club, '57-'00, leeh IK'onien's Organization, '57-'00, Board Metnber, '58, Baptist Student l'nion. '57-'60, I-Ixeculiye Council. '58-'ti0. INIUNROE, jack If., jk.. Nashyille. tennessee, BS. in Biology, Club, '57-'60, President, '59, Aquatic Club. '57-'59, Chemistry Club, '57-'00, Biology Club, '57-'60, Veterans Club. '57, Sophomore Class President, 58: Colf leant. '57-'ti0. Captain, '58, Intramural Swim- nnng, '57. Nlriiks, RICHARD .XN'I'IIONX', Oak Ridge, Tennessee, B.S. in Business Nlanageinent, International Relations Club. '56-'57, Veterans Club. '50-'57, Band, '58, Society of Business, '00, NEAL. LUTHER, Crossyille. 'IQCIIIICSSCCQ B,S, in Nleclianical Engineer- ing, Nlecilianical Engineering Club, '59-'00, Kappa Mu Epsilon, '50 '60, Tennessee Society lor Professional Engineers, '59-'60, Slumber- ger .Xward, '00, ll'l1o'x ll'ho in Anielirnn CUHl'g'f'.X and I'lll1'l'l'.NIIl!'.V, '60, Nl-LAI.. YVALLACI-I LARKIN. Granville, Tennessee, B.S. in Market Nlanagenient, Society ot' Business, '57-'00, Society for .Xdyanceinent of Nlanageinent, '60, Business Xlanagenient Club. 'ti0. NINZAI., .XL'I'0N, l,., Allons, Tennessee, B.S. in Electrical Engineering, .Xnierican Intsittlle ol' Electrical Engineers, '58-'00, 'lennessee So- ciety ol' Professional Engineers. '5Ilf'Ii0. NEIIJlfR'l', RAYNIONIJ .XI.IfRIflb, Loretto. Iennessee, B.S. in NIecliani- cal Engineering, Newman Club. '58-'ti0. President. '50, Nleclianical Engineering Cltlb, '60, 'iutnesscxcv Society ol' Professional Engineers. NIil.s0N, Cl-lAkl.liS BRIAN, Colliersyille, Iennessee, B.S. in Industrial Engineering, lennessee Society ol Professional Engineers, '57-'Ii0Z General Engineering and Engineering Chemistry Club. '57-'60, President, '00, Engineering joint Council, '00, Secretary-Treasurer. '60. N1-iwi-oicl', NI.-XRlICI.YN RI"llI. Oneida, Tennessee, BS. in Elementary Education, Student National Education Association, '60, Baptist Student Ilnion, '00, 'l'ransIer from Cuinbcrland College, '5!I. Page 189 Page 190 Xbiwsuxl. f-1.1-QNDA RAY. Cookexille. 'leuuesseeg 15.S. in Home lim umuics: Home 1iL'0ll1l1lllLS Club, '56-'lillg I4-ch 6111115111111 ,xggm-iguimi Cllllilwl 31011111613 428-fill: 1"..xGI.l-2 Slzill. '57: Buplixl Sluclenl 1'uimi Q37-Till. Clmir. '58-'lillz lecll XYIJIIICIPS Orgzuiimliou Repieseurzuixe '56-'57g Nlzircliiug 151uicl, '57g lfrcsluuuu Class 15a-zuuy. '57. Nifwsuxl. IIMNIIIC lN1ARhl7ON, Luliug. 'lexzisg 15.8. iu lnrluslriul ,11C!'ll1l0lOgg'j '1'eL'l1 Cluiwlizui Cubiuel Xlember. '57-Will. Vire Presi l'l11Illl. '57-'lillz 152111115 ' ' ' ' Ii 'T'-'f'1 'L 2 . '.' 150: lfcmllmull fillllllllll, '57, rlexil. 41581 Incluslrizll Iecliiiulogy Club. '58-Will: l5zipIiQl Slucleiil I Slucluit luum Klmi if uh luulbxll :S Niciiiumox, Ajfxxiics C.XRRU1,l., XII. 1'lL-zxsuiil. Tennessee: 15.8. in lu, clusliiznl Nluuzigemeulg Society of l5usiuc-ss, '58-'lillg 1l1llllS11'12l1 Manu- ugeuieul Club. '58-'tiilg Soriely fm' ilu' Xllxzuweuieiil ul' VLllI2lfI,Clut'Ill '5S-130. NURRA1J,lI.'XNIC1i NIM". Rifkiuzlll. V11Cll1ll'S5l'CQ 15.5. iu Business lflllllfll' lioug Suricly uf Business. '57: Pi Omega Pi. '58-Wi. llislrnizili, Will: Kappa Delux Pi. 'lillg 1l1ll'211ll11152ll9, '57. OAKIJY. RONALD '1'llrJXl.xs. Rickuiuu, V1l'IlllCSSCC1 15.5. in Xicollul- ing: YCIL'I'2luS Club. '58-'lilli .lfftlllllllllg Club, 'UL UG1.1i515Y. Cisoxcsii ICIDWARIJ. Heiuleismi. lieiuiickyg ISS. in Social Science: Iulernzuirmul Rclulious Club. '55-'ISUQ Surielx lm' .Xflxniuu IIICIII ul' Nlziuzigciueul. '56-'571 15z1sl4elbzlll xlllllllgfli. '55-'60, O'11.lxR.x. Nlokkls 1fUG1CNl4'. Nashville, '11-uuesseeg 15.8. in N1CCll2l111l'2ll 1'Z1lQ11lCl'l'1llgi Nlutlieuizllics Club, '51-'51, Presimleul, '53-'5lg Mulbe- malics liugiueering Club. 'ffl-'liflg lcuuis 'l'eauu. '52-'5El. 631.11-'k, loux Hi-'Mug Spriugiielfl. 'li-nuesxeez 155. in lleullli mul l D 1115511111-lilllllllllfllll 1'1l'1lllll limi lliysiunl Iicliicznliuii Club. '55-'tillg Gzwpliuiis. '59-'lillg 'liumbliug Club. '59-'bllz XYesley lfuiuululiou. '55- zzfl. Xiu' 1,1'CS1l1Cl11, '5li3 Reserve Ollirers Assucizxliuii. '57-'lillg Ilia- liiiguislu-fl Nlililury Suulcul. 'Iillg lfoulbull 'll-11111, '55-'561 1uu'umui'zil lfoullxzlll. '57-Till: llilruiiuliul 15z1skellmll. '55-Will. U'X1-'?1.. lYI1.1.!.XXI SKSXIUNIJ. Rmluxuml. leuiiesseeg 15.5. in Business Nlziiuigviiieiil: Society lm' .Xclvuluelliciil ol x11lIl1lgl'IllClIl, '58-'5l'1 NISXSIIILIII Club. '58-'593 Sru'lClj' ul 15usiiu'es. '5SI. flRIC1i. S.xxbR.x Clluxiizukxif. klzirkslmw. leuuexseeg 15.8. in Home 1-.rozumius 1'.ill1l'2ll1Ull1 Clmlr. .vig Huuu' lacmuuiiiu Club. 51-U03 1'e4'l1 Wuu1eu'a Orguuilxuimi. '57-110. Of,wA1.l', 11ANnI.1cx' Cuuifx. Memphis, Tennessee: 153. in Business Nlzmzlgelueulg Society lm' .X1lYzll1n'eluL'i1l, '58-Till: Tech Players. '57- T0. Y1'1'CllS1ll'l'I', '5?5g .Xllmlizl Psi f,1I1C?2,2l. '581 Business Sorielv. '.5El?lillg Yelerzuis Club. '5!llli0g Chess Club. 'lillg Sigma 1011l'FPS11lJl1. 'lillg ll'lm'.x lI'lm in .'1Hl!'l1!ll1I Cr1llr'gr'x nnrl l'l11Tl!'1'.N1l11'.N, Will. 1'AGl-'. 1lIOXlAS NIARHN, Clzirksxille, leuuessee: 15.5. lu lzlecliuzll liugineeriugg .Xmerimam 1llSllllllC ul' 1'ill'l'll'1l'2l1 1-lugiueers, '59-'ti0g lenuessec' Surlely ol 1,l'OlLiS9lUll21l 1',llg1l!l'l'lS. 119' till. 1'ALNll-'14, filfN1i CHARl.lf5, Aloeltou. lcuuewsee: 15.8. iu 15iolugy'l Club. '57-'60, Presirleul, 'lillg 51-llll 15elu Kappa, '59f'ti01 Newluuu Club. '58-'Iillg Junior Class Vice Presicleul. 'silk 'l'1'zu'k lezun. '57, ,. , , 5. ... ,. 1103 Cross flllllllff' lezuu. 58-60. PARHAXI. XIARILYN 1i.x'llIl.l-'lfx. Cmssxille. 'lhlnesseez 15.9. in Home liroumuics licluczuiuug Home Emilmliims Club. '59-'lilly Sluileut Nu' 11011211 litlllfllllflll .xSSlll'l2l11Ul1. WSU. PARSUN. Xmsirz Ciixkolwx. Slum-liesu-r. Tennessee: 15.8. iu Home licolmiiiifsg Home Iiummuics Club. '59-'603 '1'ec'l1 Cllrisliun Asso- Cizitiou. 150: i1'l'1lIlSliL'1' l'i'mu llliuois Sigue Nrwmul l'iiixe1'sily. '5ll. PAk'1'l.ow. .IANIICS 1'i17XXAR17, lebznuou. 'I'c-uuesseeg 15.5. in lilecuuzil liugiueeriugg .Xmericnni luslilule of lileclricul Eiigiiiceixg 'li-imessee Soeiely ul 1,l'0fCSS101l2ll 1".lIg1l1CC1'S. '57-150. PAYNl-'. 15.xRNli'I"l'. flllllllilllllflgll. CPCIIIICSNCCQ 15.5. iu .Xzrmiiiliugg So- viely ol Business, '57g C1165 Clllb. Will. PAYNIP, 15Il.1.Y 1., 8011111 Pillsburg, leuuesseeg 15.8. iu .Xi'l'01lIlIlllg1 Sofielv ol' Business. '57-150: .Xceounling Club, '57-'liilg lfreslmiziu lloriuilrrrx Culiusclor. '593 llllmmllrzil Coll. Till. SENIOR WHO TOOK ihat picture 1'AYNlf. JIVXNII' XXX. f,2l1'4, Ri11g1'. I'1'1111css1'1'1 ISS. 111 1'11ClIIl'Il1211'f' 1-11l111'z1li1111: I1'1'11 c11l111I'. '37-'BSL 11.13111 CI11111'11s. '57-511: W1-S101 1111111111z1111111. 157: 5111111-111 Nz11i1111z11 1f11111z11i'111 .Xsx111'1z1111111. '37-'1111g l'1-1 f11ll1F, 1111 1X1Gl.1' 512111 11112 10111 1111i111'11s fJl'f'2l1l1lll1lU11. ill' 1 H 1111. 111111111 X11':111:c1'. 1111-1:11. 1117. 1'1'I1RU Xx111x111, 111111111 111-1 R111 C.11I1:1: ISS. 111 51111111 Sl1l'11LL'I 111111191111 1L1I1ll, .1f'1I11, 1'l-'.xkx11N. 'l11s11l1l1 1111811111 X1L'1I1lJ111N. 1'L'1llll'SSl'CI 118. 111 1111111 111li11lllll11N. 1'1fx11s11X. 11.111115 H1-NR1. 0111 1111111111 1c11111M1'1'3 13.9, 111 N1L'111llIl1f 1111 l'11lg1llL'CIk1Ilg1 'I'c1111casc1-511111-11 111 I'1'111cssi1111111 E11g1111'c1's. '38-'1i1lg x1Cl'1121l11L2l1 1i11gi11c1'1'111g c11111l. '58-'1111. 1111111 11111111111 R1'111'1's1'11111li1c, 11111 c11lI1J, 1111, 151 .s11c1111111 'l'c11111, '59-'1111. Pl-'.xRs11X, .l1fSS1- R.. x1l'1l1l71l1s. 1'c11111'm1'1-3 BS. 111 I111111s11i111 X11lll2lgC' HICI11. Plfcik. NIYRIJX KING, 111.. C11111111111i11. l11'1111css1'1': 15.8. 111 li11gi111'1'1'111g CI111'111iw11'11 X111c1'i1z111 CI11C111i1'z11 S111'i1'l1. 'SEI-1111: llz11111'1'11111'1 f11l11l. 1141-111J' 11"111x11'1' 1l'UI1l 111111-15111 111 11-11111'ss1'1'. 1111. P1-11l1g11, RAI 1'11 11.11 l11R. N1K.x11111lN111L'. IQ11111-511-01 115.111 X11'11111111' 1111 1f.11gi11c1'1'i11g: x11'11l1llI1L211 lf,11gi111'1'1i11g c11111J. '59-'1i11g '1'Q11111'ss1-c 511111111 111 1'1'111cssi1111z11 1i11gi111'1:1+., '5111 111081131 1f11111111:1li1111, '50-'1i1l. 1'1fXl1111k'I11N 11X1X1I1' 1.11. 5lll11ll'1g111. I1'11111'w1'1': 15.8. 111 11c:11l11 211111 1'111m11111 1:11111 1111111: 11111111 211111 1'111xi1111 1i11111111i1111 K111111. '39f'1111g I1111111111111 111111111111 :111-1111 1ll11'2lllll1I'2l1 13z1s111'l111111. 1111-1111. 1 1 I'111-111 M1111 1"I17XlS1-111.f.12l11il'1lI1gl'. 1L'IlIlL'NN1'L'I ISS. i11 gCl1l1lI121l'1 1'.11111z1111111' 11-111 11111111'11s O1Q,'1111l'1l 1111 '111-111l' C111-1111x111 111111 1111- l'11g1is ' 11 f1ll1l 1111: 5111110111 Nll111l11LI1 111111111111111 .X551ll'12l11Illl. 1111. P1-'ll-ks R11111Rl X1a11'111111'. 11'11111'ss1'c3 14.5. lll N11'111:11111'z11 ltllgl' 111'1'1'i11g3 51111111 111' N11'1111111i1'z11 1'1llg11lL'L'l'S, '511-'111I3 '1'1-11111-use 8111111111 111 l'1'111css11111:11 1'.l1gl11L'i'l'S. .111-11111 i,1'111111111s. 1111. 1'111l1k1n. 1l11x.xI.11 C... C.1111141'1i11c. l1'11111'ss1'1'g 13.8. 111 I111111x11'iz11 1'c1'111111111g1g 111111151 5111110111 l'11i1111, '511f'1111, 1'1,XL'llI11XC CI111111111. 'Bli- 11f1' 11l11lIi1l'1'I1 1C1'11ll1111lQ N c111l1l. 1111, P11i11.11's. 1111.11 1.11l11X. C111 1110111112 Ic11111'w1'c: 15.8. 111 11115i111'ss X1z11111g1'111c111' f11ll1J. '18-1111. S1'1'1'1'1:11'x'. .111-11113 51111011 1111' 111C XC111l1llkC1llk111 111 XILIIIZIQLIIILIII, 1111. 611111111 111 C.1111s1. S11111Lll1 L1111111, 'YI-'ESQ 1111111111111 N11111:11' N 01' 17111111 1 1 Page 191 Page 192 SENIOR Inn.1.lPs, LIOI-I MACK. 15:1x1er, Tcnncsseeg 15.S. in Business Nlziimgc-A inenlg Society' of Business, '57g Society' for the Xtlvzlncenient ol' Mun- ugenient, '5El-'60, I P1lll.1,1PS.kl011N lYIl.1.I.XXI, Real Bunk, lennessc-cg 15,S. in Business Nlunzigetnentg Society lor tbe .Xclyzincenient ol' xl1l11ZlgCl11Cl1l, '56-'tillz Accounting Club, 'Bti-'li0: Veterans Club. '59-'1i0. Ping l'owii1.1. QLHTM.-xx, Xlgoocl. 'lcnncsseeq l5.S. in Business Mani- ugcnnent: Society' of Business, '57f'4ill3 Business Nlznizigeinc-nt Club '57-'tillg Society' for tbe the Xclyunceinent ol' xi21I1Llf2iClllClll, 5836113 'lc-cb l5ancl, '56-573 Music Club, 'Mig College Chorus, '5li: ROTK l5zlntl, '56-'57. l'1c:i4i-ikixcs, liUl5l5Y llimxx. Clzirlasyillc. lennessc-c-1 15.S. in lilcctricul lingineering: Tennessee Society' ol' l'rofessionzil Engineers. '56359 Plcsca. CARo1.YA Xmxixif, Hilhani, Tennessee: l5.S. in Business litlu- czttiong l'Cl'll NYoinen's Orgzlniiulion, '58-'60, 1'1vPlN. .XNM1 Rivriks, Htncrinian, Tennessee: l5.S. in 1-Zlenientznw liclucation: 'lccb Choir, '57-'58g Stuclent National Eclucution .-Xssolf cizilion, '57-'lillg lecli XYotnen's Organization, '57-'GOQ Cliurcli of Christ Stuclent Group, '57-'GOQ Pep Club, '58-'lillg 'l'ecb Chorus 237558: Kzlppu Delta Pi. '59-'till. Pl.1iSS, RAY H1'l.1fN, Iullzilionizi. lennesseeg l5.S. in Engineering Science: fiCllL'l'2ll Engineering Club, '59-'liflg Pep Club. 'li0: lennes' see Society' of l,1'0fCSSlUll2ll Engineers, 'lillg Kappa: Nlu Epsilon, '59-Will, Ptcsiclent, 130: Etta Epsilon Sigma. '59-'KSOQ l1'lm'x l1'l1o Anmng Siu, rlcnlx in Arnclicmz Collcgrnx and l't1iw't'siiic.x, Till. PtJI.s'I'0N, llfxxllis BOYCI-1. l"l21l'l'll1l21l1, lennesseci l5.S. in lnclustriul '1'ecbnology': lnclustriul l'c-cbnology' Club. '57-'SEL Pookif, l'0R'llfk XIORGAN, New Caistle. lndizuuig 15.S. in lilectrictil l'l11gll1CCl'lllgl 'lennessee Society ol' Pi'ol'essionzil lingineers. 'BS-'592 .xl1lC1'li'11l1 lnstitute of lilcctricztl lingineers. '59-'li0, Yice fllllllflllllll. Yiil. l'k1c:1i. Gliokoic l'lX'1iR1f'1"l'. jk.. Xuslnillc, Tennesseeg l5.S. in Cen- erul lingineeringg Tennessee Society' of Professional lingineers, 'lillt fiL'l1C1'2ll Engineering Club, '58-'lillg Wesley lfiillllllllllllll, '59-Will. PI'K:Klf'I'I', RlCl1AR1l l"ll-iARON. Sinitliyille, VIQCIIIICSSCCQ l5.S. in Inclus- triail '1'ecln1oIogy': Nlecbzinical Engineering Club. '57g lnclustiiul 'lccbnology' Club. '58-'lillg 15z1sketbziIl lezun, '56-'59, Puon. Roy' lioyxxxkn, Nluncbester, 'lcnnesseeg 15.S. in lN1c-clninical l'lI1gll1CCl'lllgQ Tennessee Society ol' l,l'0llCSSlO111ll l'll1glIll'L'1'S. 58913111 Xll'lllll11lClll lingineering Club. 'BH-'60, Ql'Al.1.s. ll. l'll'I.liN1i, Xlgoocl, Tetniesseci l5.S. in lfilllfillllllll Stutlent Nzuionzil licluczition .XSSUl'l1lllUl1, '59-'lill. fl1lARl.LQS, NANCY IO, fi1lll1CSlJOI'0, lennesseeg l5.S. in Home Eco- iunnics F.Cllli'1lllOIlQ4l'l0l11C lfconoinics Club, '57-'4i0g 'melt xv0l11Cl1lS f,l'g2l11l721ll0l1, '57-TSO. l5ozn'cl Nletnber, '58, 'BSL Vice President, '593 Pep Club. '57-238: Aquatic Club. Till: -Illl1l0l' Cluss Secretzny. 59. R,xMs,xY, C1.y'1na lVlLl10l'l', Oak Ridge, Tennessee: 15.8. in lnclustrizil lecbnologyg Veterznis Club. '55-,562 Baptist Student Union, '57-'60. ri Vice Presiclent. 'BSL Presiclc-nl. '603 lnclustrizil 'lcclinology Club, 'JJ- '60, li,'xyis1fv, lfki-xxkt.lN ll., Cookeville. lcnnessceg l5.S. in Cixil Iingi ncering: Society' of Ciyil lingineers. '57-'60, 'l'i'eusui'er, 'GEL Picsiclent. 'tillg lennessee Society' ol Professional lingineers. '58-'6ll: Cryplions. '59-'iillg Engineering join! Council, Will. RAMSIQY, 'l'l'l0R0l.lJ DVAN, MeNlinnville. lennesseeg l5.S. in .Xc- Ulllllllllgl xl2llllCllllll1L'S Club, 'ETL Society' of Business, '58-'603 Xc- counting Club. '58-'GUQ Society' for the .XllX2lllC'CI1lCIlI of Nlzinzigetnent. 'STL Pep Club, '58-'lillg Club. '59-'60, 'I't'ezisul'et', 59: 'l ecli NIcn's Dorinitory' ,Xssociz1tion, '57-'60, Vice l,1'CSlllCIll, '59, Sc-cretzlryf l'l'C11S1ll'E1:. 'lillg llzisebull leutn Nlznutger, '58-'iillg lntrznnnrzil Foot- bzill, 'lillg 1ntrzinnn'zil l5zisketb:ill, '58-'603 Intrznnurztl Softball. '59. RANKIN, jmlifs l.OF'l'ON, Wbitwcll, Tennessee: 15.5. in Inclustrizil lecbnology: Ntleclninicul lingineering Club, '57-'583 lnclustrizll 'I'ecb- nology' Club. '58-Till. Vice Presiclcnl, '60, 1 GOOD LUCK, FRESHMAN! SENIOR R.-x515l'kY. 'l'IIONlAh R.. xl'2lflll'9lJOl'0, lcnncssccg 15.8. in ,xgI'0Il0lllfQ .xgI'4lIl0lllf Club. '58-'lilly lcmli Xggics, '38-'lillg Yelcrzlns Club, '58, '30 RAsc:uif, ml.-uri-Qs Cl.Il"lON, Sllllllll. 'l'enni-wsccg l5.S. in lilcnncnlzn-y lqllllfllllillll SlLlllClll Nuliunznl limliuauion .xSSUQ'i1lIi0ll. 57358: VCI- cmns Club, '57-Will. REAGAN, IHQXXY Nl.. Cmssxillc. vliL'llllCSSl'CI ILS. in llczillll Illlil l'bysicul Iicluczuiong llczllrll :nnl l'l1ysicz1l limliiczntiml Club, '56-'lillg YCYCHIIIS Club, '56-2773 .Xqlullic Club, '5li: 'll1'zu'k, 337. REED. Rfllufkl' l,lilf1. 'lbnnesscc Cily. Tcnncssccg BS. in Civil lingi- nccringg Cixil Engineering Club, '55-573 YClC1'lll1'S Club '55-'57. RICLISIQ. CI.l-ZA! AI.I.ls0ZN. l-lclulcrsomille, VINCIIIICSSCCI 15.5. iu NIC- Cllillllflli l'illgll1CCl'lllgI Society nl' XlC4.'llZlllll'2ll linginccrs. '57-'60, Vifc l,l'CSlllClll. T503 Tcnncsscc Society of Professional Engineers, '57-'lillg Ycte1'zln's Club. 'iillg Senior Class Prcsiflcnl, 'lillg Assorizuccl Studcni Body Counril, Till. lliiuvifs, DONALD limb, Old llickury, Tcnucssccg BS. in Imlusiriznl 'lbclnmnlugyg Imlllslriul lliccllnulogy Club, '59-'60, Riim, lluxmia '11, cillllllllll, 'li-nncssccg ILS. in Industrial Technol- ogy fiI'llJil0llS, '59-'60, il-l'C1lSlll'CI'. '59-.605 Industrial lcclluology Club. 'BSI-'lillz 'l'cx1m-save Society ul' l,1'OfL'SSi0Ill1l Engilu-crm, '37-'lillz xlCl'll2lllll'2li lil1ginc'c1's Club, '57-'60. RLQNICCAR, Wl1,I.i,Ml W.. Lynclilnurg. KPCIIIICSSCCI BS. in Nlccllzinivzll liuginccrixxgg Xlcclnnnicznl Fngim-cling Club. '59-'60. ROARK. Rn' Xiflmux. Xnslnillu. 'lcnncssccg BS, in lilcflriuil Engi- llCCI'lllQ'I .XlllCl'lC2lll lnslilulc ol lilcc'l1'ic'nl l'lllglllCCl'S. '59-'lillg Kappa Nlu lipsilon, '5G. Roislckls, KIQXXICIII ffRUXX'lfl,l.. l.1nvrciu'clnirg'. 'l'cnni-sscv: 15.8. in XlCC'll2lllii'1ll l'lllgillCl'l'lllgI NICC'll2lllll'1ll l'lIlgllll'CI'S Club. '57-'lilly 'lcn- ucsscc' Society nl l'I'Ui'CNSlUll1ll l'lIlgillCl'l'S. '57-'Iillg VICLII Cbrisliun .Xssociu1iun. 'BSL fllllllllfl. 13113 Wcslcy lfllllllllilllllll. '58-'60, Council. J9. ROGliRs. IEARRIIQ li.. Xlgnocl. 'l'c'nll1.'ssuc1 ILS. in IllilllSlI'l2lI 'liCC'llll0l- ogy: lnmlusirizil 'Hnllnnlogy Club, '58-Will. Rural-iris. klfx liimxuum. Scvicrxillv. 'l cnncssc-vg BS. in Sminl Scicnrc: llltcrlnllimml Rc-lzuinns Club, '59-Till, Page 193 Page 194 SENIOR Rooliks. SIIICRRICI.. jzuucstown, 'll-nncssccg ILS. in lilcnlcntzux liclu- mzntiong Socicty ol' Business. 755',5llQ Student Nzuionul l'llllll'2lll0ll .xSS0l'lilllUll. '57-'lillg 'l'cc'li XVOIllCll'S fllgilllllllllllll, '55-till, RtJI.I.lNGs, kl.XXllfh l.l4.WIS, .XllllIllUlIl, AIACIIIICSSCCQ ISS. in lilcc't1'ia1tl l'lllglllCCl'lIlgQ litzt lipsilon Sigma, '59-'titlg .xlllCI'll'2lll lnstitutt' nl lilcctiittal FllglllL'Cl'S, '58-'60, 'l'1'cztstlt'L'l', 'llllg VIACIIIICSSCC Socictx ol l'1'ol'vssio11al l'lllglllCCI'S, X R0l'lfl.L.fX. ANN, Nzxsbxillc, 'l'cnnt'ssc-cg ILS. in Home Fconoxnifs l'llllll'2lll0llQ Home licononiics Club. '56-'lillg li.xf:l,li Stull. '57-'58. RowAN, Roistciu' ANIH-ZRSON, litowulu. lcnnessccg ISS. in Nlcclmtmicztl l'lllg'lllCCl'lllgj 'l'0nnL'sscc Society ol l,l'0l'L'SSl0ll1ll l'lllglllCL'l'S. '59-'lilly Mcrliznllicztl lingiut'c1'ing Club, '59-'titlg Veterans Club, ,551-'litl. Rum, josliiflt ll., jk.. Xnsltxillv. vl'l'IllllSSSCCQ BS. in Business Nlatn- ztgcnmcnt. RYISURN, Rocsxfk xI.XNllfS. Erwin, 'll-nncssccg ILS. in Nlcclmzntirul lfn- gineering: 'lcuncsscc Society ol' l'rol'cssionztl linginccrs, '50-'SEIQ Mt'cl1z1nit'z1l linginccring Club, '57-'59, .hnericztn Institute of lilci- triull l'lllglllCCl'S. 'Stk Pep Club, '58-X791 lllll'1llIllll'lll Bztskctliall, 'Sti- :wfl3 lllll'lllIllll'ill lootbztll. 178' 1791 lnt1':t1nu1'z1l Sollbull. no-nfl. SAMPl.l4s, JAMIQS lf., licuton, 'lutlllcssctrg 15.5. in lllKlllSll'l2ll 'l'ct'll- nology Intlustriztl ,Xrts Club, '57-'St-lg llulustriztl 'llctltnology Club. 'ill-'60, l,1'CSlKll'lll, 'till. SKJANIJLYN, BIQNNY IIARULIJ, lillllllllllll. lelltlcssvcg 15.5. in Nlzulxct- ing :uul NlCl'lll2llltllSlIlg NlLlIl1lgL'ltlCIllQ Society ol liusincss, ,513-'STL Society for tlu- .Xtlxaltumlicltt ol Nl1lll2lgK'lllClll. '57-'Brig Rcbcl Rillvs, 'Bti-57. Sc:1ml1J'l', KifNNlf't'it .Xt.1.,xx, l.ouisxiIIt-, Kcnturky: ILS. in litnsint-ss lXlllll1lgClllClllj Society ol lltlsincss. '56-'tltlg littwincss xl2lll2lgCllll'lll Club, 'Bti-'60, P019 Club. '5H3litl, 'lic-1lstll'c'i', '5Sl: Socivty lor thc Xcl' XZIINCIIICIII of Nlttliztgcim-tit, '59-Will: lllll'1lllllll'2ll Ifuotbull. '57-'58, llllI'2lIlllll'lll Silllllllll. WEP. Sl-1l.I.l-1RS, Otvlffx Cl.llfl'0N, Clt-wlztml, 'lblltlcsscvg llh. in Nlcfliztititttl l'lllglllCCI'lllgI Nlcclutnicztl EllglllL'L'l'lllg Club. '59-'tillg Icnncsscc Su ticty of Prolcssiolutl litlgiliccrs. 'Sli-58: .Xquzttif Club, '57-'Brig Clu'n1ic'zil EllglllCCI'lllg Club, 137: lvrli Xlctfs llornxitory fjfgllllllll' lion, 'BBQ Ilitrztlntuztl Sports, 'Sli-'SEL SIIIQIJRICK. JOM WAl.l.M1li, Jasper. lcnncssccg li.S. in lX'l2llllClllIlllC'S1 SlllllL'lllS Nlllllllllll l'itlllC2lll0ll .xSSUl'l1lll1lll, '58-'Slip Nl2llllClIlilllCS Club. Till. Sill-'l'HliRD. JOHN I... JR.. Mitlcllcslmro. kiflllllflifl BS, in Biology 'l'zut Beta Kappa, '56-'tilt CllL'llllSll't Club, '50-137. SlIlRI.liY, l'Al2I. linwm, Whitwcll, 'I't-nncssccg 15.8. in .tcctnnntingz YClL'l'2itlS Club. 'lilly ,xitilllllllllg Club. '58-'titlg Soricty of Business. '59-'tillg Sofictt for tllc .XLlN2lIlC'ClllCIll ol Nl2lll2lgClllClll, '57-58. SIXINIONS, LIANII-'S WIl.I.l.UI, JR., SlJCllt'l'I', 'l cuncssccg BS. in Account' ing, Veterans Club, 'tillg Accounting Club, 'titlg Socicty of Btlsincss. Will. SINIONDS, DONALD SYDNEY, Louclou, lcnncssccg IRS. in Industiiztl Nlztnugcnientg Vctcrztu's Club. 'titlg Soficty for tbc .XllX'2lllt'ClllClll ol' xl2lIl2lgClllCI1I, WJ. SIMS, RUISYIQ .X1.lt1ld, Sparta, l1xL'lllll'SSCL'Q IBS. in llcullll mul Pl1ySll'2ll litlllcizltiotlg Hvatllb untl Pliysitzll litlutzttion Club. '55-'601 Tccb XYtmicn's f,I'gklllll2llltlll, '55-'60, Cllurcli of Cbtist Stutlcnt Group, '55-,603 Pep Club. '58-'litlg Stutlunl Xillllllllll litlucauion .Xssocizttioln '59-'lilly Gills lut1'ztn1ur1tls, 'Sli-'tilt Xlinniug lllll'2lllllll'2ll Yollevbztll lczuu, 278. Xliuuing llllI'2lllllll'2Il llalslxctbztll lczuu. '57-'SSI Sopho- luorc' Rcprcscutaltixc. 'Bti Sl..xtLt.li, R. C.. Hilllllllilll, 'l'cnnc-ssccg ILS. in Business Nlzxnztgcincntz Soricty for thc Xmlxzulcctncnt ol' xlllllllglfllllflll, Will. Sxll'lII, BlLI.Il+1ClfNl-'. Lixingston. lcitttcssccg IES. in Nllllllliltlilllti litiuczitiong Yctc'l'ul1's Club. 'SEL SENIOR SMITH, BILLY GORDON, Chattanooga, Tennessee, ILS. in Alathe, matics, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '56-'58, Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Engineers, '57-'58, Math Club, '58-'60, Wesley Foundation, '56-'60, President, '60, SMITH, ISRIMAGIQ l.t1Is, Moss, Tennessee, l5.S, in Mechanical Engi- neering, Nlechanical Engineering Club, '56-'60, Tennessee Society ol' Professional Engineers, '56-'60, Gymnastics Club. '56-'57, Church ol' Christ Student Cronp, '56-'60, SMITH, DAVID, W., Carthage, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Manage- ment, Society for Advancement of Nlanageinent, '56-'58, Business Society, '56-'58, Pep Club. '57, lntrainurals, '57-'SEL SMITH, CARNETI' ROY, Chattanooga, Tennessee, B.S. in Mathematics, Student National Education Association, '59-'60, 'l'ech Christian Association, '55-'60, President, '59, AVesley Foundation, '55-'60, Treasurer, '58, Math Club, '59-'60, -Civil Engineers Club, '57-'58, SMITH, JOAN, Jamestown, Tennessee, B.S. in Business Education, Student National Education Association. SMITH, LUCY DIANNE, AA'CSllll01'Cl2lllll, Tennessee, l5.S. in Home Eco- nomics Education, Home Economics Club. '57-'60, 'l'ech Wo1nen's Organization, '57-'60, Board Member, '57, '58, Student National Education Association, '57-'60, SMITH, NANCY CAROLYN, Ft, Lauderdale, Florida, ILS, in Social Science, Chemistry Club, '57, International Relations Club, '58-'60, Oracle Stall, '59, EAGLE Staff, '59-'60. Feature Editor, '60, Tech Players, '60, Student National Education Association. '58-'60, Chorus. '60, Band Sponsor. '58, SxII'tH, AYINFRED LANDUN, Springfield, Tennessee: ILS. in Biology, Biology Club, '56-'60, President, '60, EAGLI-i Stall, '57-'58, Oracle Staff, '57-'58, Gryphons, '59-'60, Secretary, '60, Tennessee Academy of Science. Collegiate Division, '58-'60, President. '59, Reserve Of- ficers Association. Distinguished Military Student. '59-'60, Il'l1o'.v in Americazz Colleges and l'I1iversilia's, '60, Intramurals, '56-'57, SNIITHSON, HELEN FAY, Smithville. tennessee, B,S. in Home Eco- nomics Education: Home Economics Club, '50-'60, Student National Education Association, '59, S'I'ANs1suRIu', jfxxiris RONALD, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, BS. in Elec- trical Engineering, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, '58- '60, Veteran's Club, '58-'60, STANTON, ROBERT ELDEN, Lebanon, Tennessee: BS. in History, English Club, '59, History Club, '60, Basketball Intramural Team, DI. STI-1MEN, DUANE LEE, Elida, Ohio, B.S. in Education, Student Na- tional Education Association. '56-'60, Publicity Conunittee, '60, S'I'IcAKLRY, ALBERT EUGEN141, Nashville, Tennessee, 15.5, in Account ing, Society for Advancement of Management, '58, Accounting Club, '60, S'l'l'1AVAR'I', DAVID UORDAN, Hixson, Tennessee, B,S, in Industrial leclinology, Industrial 'Fechnology Club, '57, Secretary, '60, STRINGIQR, CLAUDI11 D., Monterey, Tennessee, ILS, in Chemistry: Chemistry Club, '58-'60, President, '60, American Chemical Society, '58-'60, Veterans Club, '57-'60, Treasurer, '60, Freshman Football, '56, Intramural Basketball, '58-'60, STONE, FRI-ZDIERICIK ANTHONY, Columbia. 'l't'llllCSSCl'1 li.S. in lndus- trial Technology, Club, '57-'59, Football, '55-'58, STRAIN, l.t:sLII1 RAYDE.-AN. Coodlettsxille, Tennessee, ILS. in Finance, Society lor Advanceinent of Alanagetnent, '60, Chess Club, '60, Society of Business, '60, Veterans Club, '60, Speech Activities, 'li0. SlJ'1'l'Lli, Coknox llkecr. Ciossville, tennessee, ILS, in Alatheinatics: Math Club, '57-'59, Page 195 Page 196 S NIOR SIVOFI-'ORIL PIQRRY .Xl.I"RIfIJ, Coolgeyille. Tennessee, BS. in Industrial Management: Society' ol' Business, '59-'60, lndustrial Nlanagetnent Club, '59-Will, Vice President, '60, Society' lor the Advancement of Management, '60. Sll'1"l'UN. klllli S'lIfAR'l, Xashyille, Tennessee: B.S. in Business Klan- agement, Society lor the .Xtlyancement ol Nlanagement, '59-IBO, Business Management Club, '58-'tillg Baseball Team, '57-'60, Intra- mural Football, '57-'60, Intramural Basketball, '57-'59. 'l'AIsEk. B,xkIsARA Nl,xni-'I.y'xI-1, Clrossyille, Tennessee, B,S. in Business Iiducation, Society' ol' Business, '60, Secretary Science Club, '60, Tech lYotnen's fjfglllllllllltlll, '58-'lillg Baptist Student l'nion, '59-'60, TALIIOTI, WANDA, Static, Tennessee: BS, in l're-Medical Science, Chemistry' Club, '58-'60, 'l'ALI.lfN'I', .IAMES ICIJWARD, Spring City, Tennessee, B.S. in Agri- cultural Science, Tech Aggies. '5l-'52, .Xgronotny Club, '51- '5fl: Agricultural Science Cltlb. 'lillg l"I'CSllIII2llI Class President, '51, Associated Student Body Vice President, '5fl. 'l'AI.LIiY, jaiyiics HARtJI.I3, Lewisburg. Tennessee, BS. in Mechanical Iingineering, Nlechanical Engineering Club, ,59-'60, 'Tennessee Society' ol' Professional lingineers. '59-'60, Veterans Club, '59-'G0. l'AYI.0R. CI-iokoil Rom-ZRT, Hixson. 'Iennesseeg B.S. in Industrial Technology, Industrial Technology Club, '57-'60, l'Ax'I.oR. I.IaoN CIJINN, Turtletown. Tennessee, B.S. in Business Nlanagement, Society' lor the .Xdyancemenl of Management, '57- '59, Accounting Club, '57. 'l4I'1ISSLI-LR. li.-XRIS.-XRA K.. Park lforest, Illinois, BS. in Iilementary' Iiducation, fiy'lIIlIlISlll'S Club, '57-'59, Baptist Student l'nion. '58- '5Sl, Student National liducation ,Xssociation. '57-'59. 'lil-IOMAS, .XI.t:IA Suit C-RAIIAAI, Sparta. Tennessee, B.S. in Business liducation, Baptist Student Union, '56-'59, Business Society, '58. 'l'IIoyI.-xs, RM' C.-xkRoI.I.. Dayton, Tennessee: BS. in Ilealth and Pliysictal l'illlICllli0llQ Health and Physical liducation Club, '57-'60, Treasurer, '60, Club, '58-'60, Treasurer. 'titlg Football, '57-ltill. THOMPSON, XIARY jo, Athens, .Xl2ll72lIIIliQ B.S, in Home liconornics liducation, Home liconomics Club, '56-'5!l. Vice-President, '58, Church ol' Christ Student Group. '56-'59, Tech Womens Organiza- tion, '5li-'5El. Board Meinber. '58, ll'lto's llvllll Arnoug Slurlents lu Anterirzui Colleges and I'ltiIfr'i.siIir't, Tfll. 'I'HoxIPsoA, XYILLIAXI ICIIGAR, Pleasant Hill. Tennessee, B.S. in Health and l'l1y'sical liducation, Health and Pllysieal I-Zducation Club, '58-'59, Student National liducation .Xssociation, '59: Intra- mural Football, '59, Intramural Basketball, '5Sl. 'lil-IOBISUN. BILLY ISRYAN. Hemlersonyille, 'lennesseeg B.S, in Edu- cation, Health and Pliysical Education Club, '57-'60, Student Na- tional Iiducation Association, '59-Till. 'lil-IURNIAN, job L., Sparta, Tennessee, B,S. in Nlechanical Iingineer- ing, Reserye Ofhcers' Association, '59-'60, Nlcchanical Engineering Club, '57-'59, Tennessee Society ol' Professional Engineers, '57-'59: Pep Club, '57, Church of Christ Student Group, '59-'60, Intramural Basketball, Softball, '59-'60, l'IDWIC1.I., ,XNNII5 SIII-1, Tnllahoma. Tennessee, B.S. in Secretarial Science, Secretarial Science Club, '60, Society' of Business, '60, Pep Club, '60, Tech lVotnen's fllgillllllllllbll, '59-'60, '1'ransl'er from North Texas State College, '59, TILLIQY. juli-is FR.xxKI.Ix. Harriman, Tennessee: B.S. in Industrial Arts Education, Industrial .Xrts Club, '56-'57, Industrial Technology Club, '59-'li0. 'l'1PPIT. joux TIIoyI,xs. IR., Nashville, Tennessee, B.S. in Elec- trical I-Ingineering, Tennessee Society' of l'rol'essional Iingineers, '57-'60, l'resident, '59, lingineering -loint Council, '59-'60, President 'lilly American Institute of Electrical Engineers. '58-'60, 1? ' mf PAT BEARDEN CROWNED Queen of May Day, l959 SENIOR TREANOR, Tuoxms S'1'Ax1.if.Y. JR.. Nashville, Tennesseeg B,S. in Biologyg Society of Business, 'Sli-'57, 'I'au Beta Kappa, '57-'60, Vice President, '60g Tennessee Aeatleniy of Science, '57-'60, TRUSSI-1I.L, BILLY l"RANKI.lN, llCL'llCl'll, Tennessee, B.S. in Industrial Management, Tennessee Society of Professional lingineers, '56-'57g Society of Business, '58-59: lllL't'l1 Mens Dorinitorx Organization Council, '60, Pep Club, '59-'60, V YliUfIKlik. .IINIMY RAY, Lalfollette. 'Ienuesseeg BS. in lileetrical lingineeringg Tennessee Society of l'rol'essional lingineers, '37-'001 American Institute ol Electrical Engineers, '58-730. TURNIQR, FREDERICK FIQHOROXVALD, Tullalioina, Tennessee, BS. in Industrial Technology: Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '56-'57, Society of Industrial Teelinology, '57-'GOQ Pep Club. '50-'60, Intramural Sports. '5Gf'ti0. TURNICY, TERRY I.lf0N. Clarksxille. 'Iennesseeg BS. in Music liclu4 cation, Music Club. '58-'59, Music: Educators National Convention, '58-'59. IIPCHURCH, JOI-I RAY. Jamestown, Tennesseeg BS, in Accounting, S0cietY of Business, 'GUQ gXCl'OllllllIlg Club, '00. VAUGIIN, CIIARLICS C1.i1f1fORu, Algootl, 'lennesseeg B.S. in .Xgrouoinyg Agronomy Club. '57, ,GOL Aggie Club, 'tS0. VICKICRS, I.YNDAI.I, -l,, Manchester. Tennessee, BS. in Industrial Engineeringg Tennessee Society of l'rol'essional lingineers. ,J-ill-lilo: General Engineering Club, '50-150. VOORIIII-is, CAROLYN FLIZAISIVIH, Ctilllllllilll, Tennessee, B..-X. ill Fnglislig linglisli Club, '57-foo, Secretary. T58-'59, Sigma Tau Delta, '58-'00, '1'reasurer, '59, President, '60, Student National Education Association, '57-'60, 'l'et'll XYornen's f,liglllll71lll0ll, 57360, Boartl Nleniber, ,603 Homf'.sj111n. litlilor. 1793 Kappa Delta Pi, '59-'ti0. Treasurer, '60, ll'llo'.s ll'l1u in Allzzfrimll flrlllegwx 111111 l'nivrfr.xiIi1fv. WAI,t,At:1c, KIiI'I'll Nl., Sparta, Tennessee, BS. in Business Manage- ment. XYAIIIUX, 'l'Hoxl.xs C1I.1fY14,I..xXu, Yaslixille. Tennessee, BS. in tlixil lingineeringg Clixil lingineering Club. '58-59: Tennessee Sofiety of Professional Engineers, '58-'00, Veterans Club, '59-Will. WA'rR1Ns, lVl'Il'l'l4' tinssox, Tazewell, 'lennessecg BS. in Business Managenientg Society for .hlraneeinent of NIHIIZIQQCIIICITI, '57-'60, Presiulent, '603 Yeteran's Club. '57-'tillg Society of Business, '57-'ti0: Pep Club. 139: li.xtLI.1i Stall, '50-'ti0. Business Manager, '60, Il'l10'.v Who in Anzericau Colleges mul lflzivcrsities. Y 5'--M, Page 197 Page 198 SENIOR XVl'1BS'l'liR, JAMFS l.AURIIi, Columbia, 'l'ennessee, ILS. in Mechanical lingineering, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers, '57-'59, Mechanical lingineering Club, '58-'60, WIIITARIQR, CoRNIfLIA UAII., Columbia. Tennessee, BS. in Secre- tarial Science: Secretarial Science fllllll. '57-'60, Society of Business, '57-'60, Pep ClIIb, '60, 'l'ech WonIen's Organization, '57-'60, WHITI5, IDALI1 K., Lenore, West Virginia, lS.S. in Industrial Tech- nology, Veteran's ClIIb, '58, Industrial 'l'echnolog'y Club. '60. XYHITE, .IAMICS XMZY, Etowah, Tennessee, ILS, iII Industrial Man- agement, Society for the Advancement of Manageiuent, '57-'59, Society of Business, '59-'60, Pep Club, '59-'60, Industrial Manage- lllClll Club, '59-'60, YVHITE, JICRRY ICUGENE, Columbia, Tennessee, B.S. in Mechanical lingineeriug, Mechanical lingineering Club, '59-'60, Tennessee So- ciety of Professional Engineers, '59-'60. NVIIITE, 'l'RAVIs YVIZSLFY, Memphis, Tennessee, lS.S. in Music Edu- cation, Music ClIIb, '57-'60, 'l'reasurer, '58, Pi Mu Sigma, '58-'60, Music Educators National Conl'erence, '59-'60, Vice President, '60, Cryphons. '59-'60, Tech Choir, '57-'59, Tech llancl. '57-'60, Tech 'l'roubaclours, '57-'60, Kappa Delta Pi. '60. XVI-IITICHICAIJ, l3oRIs jo, Hohenwald, Tennessee, 15.5. in Business Education, Acpiatic Clllb, '58-'60, Secretary, '59, Vice President, '60, Society of Business, '57-'60, Secretarial Science Club, '57-'60, Aquatic Club Queen Attendant, '59, XYILLIABIS, -IICRRY 'I'HOBI.-XS. Culleoka. 'l'ennessee, lS.S, in Industrial Management. XYILLIAMS, I,ARRY DALE. Cookcxille, 'l'CllllL'SSCL'Q PLS. iII llorticlllf ture: '1'ech Aggies. '53-'51, Alpha 'l'au Alpha, '53-'51, Agricttlttiral V Science ClIIb, '59, WII,LIANIs, Roc:I4R D.. Buster. 'l'c-nnessec: ILS. in Agriciiltural Science, .Xgl'll'lllllll'2ll Science fllllll, '60. XVILLIS, MARY GRACE, lxf2lllCllCSlCl', Tennessee, ILS. in Mathe- matics Ftllltfillitllll Pep Clllll, '58-'60, Church ol' Christ Student Croup. '58-'60, .Xttendance Chairinan, '60, Mathematics Club, '58- '60. Vice President. '60, EAIILI-1 Stall. '59-'60, Activities Editor, '60, Student National lidtlcation Xssociation, '60, 'l'eclI XYOIIICIKS OI'- ganization, '58-'60, Senior Class Secretary. '60, liagle Queen, '60, .Xttenclant to l-1ngineer's Queen, '59, Kappa Delta Pi, '60, ll'l1o'x Who Among Slztzlwzls in AlIII'l'iIYlll Colleges and lv7Ii7'!'I'XiIil',S', '60, lntranlural Sports, '58-'60, W'II.I.AIOR1-L, l.l'1VVlS CLAY, Cainesboro, 'l'ennessee, BS. in .-Xllllllill l-lusbandry, Block and Bridle Club, '57-'60, Secretary, '59, President, '60, Tech Aggies, '57-'60, lVl1o'.x' ll'lm Among S'llflI'H1.Y in Allll'I'i!YHl Colleges and Vrziffersities, 'G0. lVlLlXIO'1'lI, EMMA -IILAN, .-Xlgood, Tennessee, ILS. in Home licof nomies Education, Home Economics Club, '58-'60, Parliarnentarian, '60. XYILSON, -IANIFS RICHARD, JR., McMinnville, Tennessee, BS. in Accounting, Society of Business, '57-'60, President. '60, Accounting Club, '574'60, Cryphons, '57-'60, Reserve Otlicers .Xssociatioir '59- '60, Tech Men's Dormitory Organization, '58-'60, Society for the .Xdvanceinent of Management, '58, Faculty Scliolarship, '60, Disf tinguished Military Student, '60, I'I'h0's l1'lm Among SturIr'1II.v in AIlI6l'il'Il71 Colleges and l'I1izf1'I'.vili1's. '60, IIlll'2lllllll'lll Basketball and Softball, '57-'60. WII.soN, N1l'l'ClIlCl.L IRWIN, Wartburg, Tennessee: ILS. in lilenien- tary Education, Student National l"lLlllCZlIlOll Association, '60. lVlNDLli. KIACK, Monroe, 'l'ennessee, 13.5, in Agricultural Science. WINIfRI1L, QIANII-is llAI.'l'ON, Cookeville, Tennessee: BS. in Music Education, Music Club, '56-'59, Pi xlll Sigma, '59, Vice President, '59, Tech Band. '56-'59, 'l'eclI ClIorIIs, '56-'59, Accotnpanist, 'I'eclI Choir, '56-'59, .Xcconlpanistl Madrigal Singers, '59, Shanks Music Scbolarsliip, '60, Wlmfs Who Among .S'ludr'1II.I' in, Anlrfriclln Collcgrnx and l'1Ii1I1fI'.viIir'.v, '60, XVINTERS, -'AMES lNIA'l'l'IIlCWS, Goodlettsville. Tennessee, 15.5. in Chemistry, ClIIb, '57-'60, .Xnierican Chemical Society, '59-'60, Intra- mural Football. '58-'60, Intramural Basketball, '57-'58, uzitirmzll Relzlliuus Cllub. '57-'00, SCLTCIRIVF. 'li0g Sluileut Nllllflllill XY01.If, CI,x5Pl-'R YIM21fX'l. Xzislixille. 'l'eiuu'ssee: ISS. in l'ill'tllll'lll Club. 573130. Vice-l'1'esicleul. 'li0g Society for .Xclxaluelueul ol' Mun- zigemeul, '59-Will, Sei'relzu'x, '60, liAc9I.L Stull, '50-'li0. .Xclxerlisiuq iii' 5 9. QUEEN PAT REIGNS over May Day fesiivities, l959 SENIOR XYIN'l0N, P1-tcm' li.. Violin, 'lennesseeg 15.5. in Social Scieuceg Iuler- l'ifllll'lllI0ll Asscxrlzlllcmii, .H-00. XYISNFR, IICRRY IVAN, l,ix'iuQ,stu1i. leuuessee: BS. in Hiolugvg 'lzxu Ilelzi Kllllliil, '58Q'li0. K K I lillgiueerillgg .Xluerieziu lllslllllli' ul lileilriczll l-lugiueers. '38-'003 Newman Club. 37960. XYUMMJK, flIl,XRI.lf5 I,l1lC, Xlc'Miumilli', l'L'1u1essee3 ILS, in Business xl2ll12lgK'IllClllQ Soviets' ol' Business. '57-'lillg Business xl2lll2lgClllClll N42lll1lgCl', '60g 'l'ecl1 Baud. '57-'SSL K XVOOD. .XI.1sLR'l' l.lfLi. Cookeville, 'l'eimesseeg ILS. iu Music liclucznf llO1l1 Music Club, '57-'KE03 Pi Mu Sigma. '58-'60, vl'l'C2lSlll'Cl', 50. Presicleul, ,601 Music EllllC2ll0I',S National Cluuference, '57-'li0g 'lecli Bzlml, '57-'60, 'lCl'll Tl'oi1lJzid0ul's, '58-'lillg 'liCL'll Cllluir, Mzlclrigzll Singers: l"1'6Sl1lIl2lll Music' Scliolarsliip, '57. WOOD. BILLY Alu!-'. Jamestown, Tennessee: lS.S. in Heullll zuicl Pliysicul Eflllvzllltlllg Hezlllli and Pllysiezll licluczuirm Club, '57-'60g Slucleul Nilllfllllll lirliiczilimi Assucizuiun. '50, XYUUU. ROl5IfR'l' li.xRL. X2lSllNillC, lelmessee: BS. in History: So- ciety ol' Business. '57-'li0g Society lm' the ,lilxnuceuieul of Mziuzige- mem, 'ESQ M'esley Fcruuclzlliuu, '58-'00, Vice-Prcsicleul, ,GUI Inter- uzxliuuzll Relations Club, 'li0. Vl'l'L'1lSlll'Cl', '00, l'i'esi4lcul ol' lfiesluuzui Class. nf. NYUOIJMORIC, 11141 ll'l'1"1'. -lk., Hzulsxilli-. 'I'euuesseeg HS. iu Agmuuinyg 'lu-li Aggies, '55-'60, Vice-I'resiileu1, '50, .Xgmiunuy Cllub, '5li3li0, viii?-l,lil'SlClClll. '50, Soil kliulgiug lezllu. '58 Wooimxg .Il-QRRY NllI.I.liR. Columbian. leuuesseeg BS. in Xgruumm: .Xg2ll'Ull0llly lllub, '57-'59, 'Iecli Xggies. '58-'59, UVRIGIII, flARROl.l. fiIilN'l'ON, Bryson Ciiy. Nm-ili ilumlimiz ISS. in Secmiclury lfilllillllilllj lfumlmll. '58-'39, li2lSClJ2lll. '50-'li0. NVRIGIII1 RIOIIN NIARYIN. H2ll'l'ilIlllll, 'leuuesseei HS. iu l'iLllll2lll0llQ lfiiliuii' vl'C2lLllL'l'S uf ,Xim'riu1. '57-'58, SlllKll'lll Nuliouzll liililullioii Xssrmcizllioll, '50-'00, Kappa Ilellzl l'i, '59f'li0. l'l'esirleul, '601 luler- milioiiznl Relzuiuus Club. 'li0: Sluileul Baptist Assuciixlioii. 150. Presi- cleulk lluuucil. '60, fIlCGlil4'R, I-,xrxm KIFAN, llerzllllr. leuuessee: l5.S. Ill l1IlgllSll lailurzi- iiuu: liuglisli Club. '50-'Ii0: Sigma Izul Dc-Ilzi, '60, l'i'ezxsiu'c'r, 'li0g SlllllClll Xlllllllllll lqlllllllililll .Xssmizitimu '30-'li0: Clivllegn' Clliurus, '50-'!i0: Wesley l"Ullllll2lliUll. 139: Rzlplmil Della: l'i, 1503 ll'1lllSll'l' ll'Ulll Mziryxille College. 58. .Ti Page 199 Robert Garner PRESIDENT Tilden Tippit VICE PRESIDENT luniors Look Forward to Final tep Returning to school in the fall was no longer a dreaded task to the members of the junior class. Friendships which were made during the first two years at Tech are not easily forgotten during the sum- mer months. The First few days of the quarter are spent talking over 'fold times" and the activities of their summer vacations. These students also have a different outlook about registration. They no longer see it as a time for 'ccrip courses," but they realize that they must take those required courses which have been put off in preceding years. Having conferences with their major profes- sors and counselors is a necessity. The juniors find that their class has become some- what decreased in quantity and that quality has be- come more important to its members. The students begin to check in their catalogs for that certain num- ber of hours and that 2.0 quality average which must be attained for graduation. Various activities sponsored by clubs and special Page 200 events on the campus find a large number of juniors present as leaders and participants. The class of 1961 sponsored an informal dance during the fall quarter which presented the NCOIIICKST The dance was held during the winter quarter in the main gym. Another class project was that of direct- ing the Homecoming parade which was under the leadership of class president Bob Garner. IVith but on rung on the ladder of their college lives to attain, the juniors are now able to face the final step in preparing for their 1ife's work. Having set their standards, ideas and goals, they are looking with pride to whatever may arise next year and in years to come. This is the feeling of the class of 1961 as it antici- pates the coming year. 1Vith it comes the tasks of leadership and a final search for knowledge before going out into the world. These are the goals the juniors are striving to attain. Betsy Boaz SECRETARY Beverly Creel TREASU RER MALISSA KNOTT GETS down to the grim task of dishing out food at the all-campus picnic "Www, ,ww Q-nw Page 201 Allslun, Jerry IUNIORS Xlbstnn. lirmwt I .Xti2ll1IS. Clhznlcs. ll. . , .Xllkissun. ,Xrxinc ll. Nkin. l5znry N. .Xlc'xznicIur, ,Xllmcil C-.,. ., Xllcn, 'liimnzu 7 .XIll2lL'ili'I', .Klin- Xnmnvll. Inilisc .Xiicicrsrni, Rulpll I-. .. .Xv1inl. lidwzlrml XX' liziggvll. llowzlrci If lizlkm, Kolclu ii2lI'ill'l'. Billx N Hairwimk. Nliclialcl R... Bilviillllll. Hcrlnzln ll l51lsixL'Il1'. liubln l.. . Hints, Nnrinaln B. . . Iicznl. Williv C Ik-zny. Wzunlu ISL-ll. lhnid R. BCIIIIUII, llllwznd I", . , liiggn. l'il'll05l C. . Ilinklm. Cilznlm' ,X. limll, ltlilzllmvlli li4x1llsliii.Nul1l1' l.1'L' HKIIIIIIV. HL-lvn Bind, Xliu' lhngani, Ruhr-il lhmxn. .lznncs lirmxn. Rfliwll limwning. Nlury . liryzni, Nrnvllu Hllifllii. Will II Igllifc. Rilflllflllli l. Bn1'L'liIic'l. 1.m'l'iinL- liurclllivl. lilzlinc HlIl'llQ'lI. Sznn C ISln'l'. Lewis O.. .. lllirrx-ss. Pfllliliiil D. iI1'osnillc ,illlultuimngn . iAl2ll'l'ilIl2lll , Cloppcrhill .Xl:li'rrm'lmm' Irnn Citi , . Kingston , xVilll'ill'SlCI' Dixon Springs . ..K1russx'illc . .xiCXIllllil'i2I Old Hirkorx fiildlflllllillgll .ciilllllllllliilgll ...Oak Ridgc .. fillillllliliil Cliliilllllulugil .. Clclllvxwillc Spartan .. Clcx vlzlnml Clliullziiiuugu . . . .Sndcly Nzlsllvillc Yzixhx illc .ffml1iil'IImili1' Spun UI Nuwlix illn' Nzuiixilll' . Rugcrsx illc C.i'znn lllv Unk Ridgi- , Cllizlllzniungzl Hillximro . ilncilwxillv Chzlllzliinogu illcxclziml . Cllcwlznnl Clrmsx illc .,Clookmillc . Naslixillc Burl. C.m'ci4n1 W. . Bdilfillll. X.Y. Burl. Ruhcrl H. - ..iIillli1lil0Ill2l i2nllliCl'. Lliiilll W. ,Old Ilic'Iun'x liymni. -lznilm li. miiilliillillllllil Clzlldwcll. Daniel YY. Olixc1'Spring5 f.1IllIl'L'ii, Xhniin' D. , ., Slnithxillc Klxmicii. Hzniy S. , Clllzilluinmgzl Clase. Rohn-rl H. XlcXlinnxillc CIzlasclly,'l0l11i ll. , ..f:2liHChi7Ul'U Klclmc. Dennis R. , Clookcxillc ciililiiill, Bcity .. Clookvxillc fiil1lI1liJCI'N..lCI'U!llC R. . lilk Vzlllcy C'Imuinzn'cl, ,Xiniznni R. Imwcll c . , . ,limx Iaxzlrislu . .PQIIHIIIHI lllnisliqni. Bula I.. ,. Xlc'xz11nl1'iu Cllairk. Iifinzi Spring City fii2lNi!lllll. ciilL'iIl'l' X. . .'l2lIllCSlOWll fflmrlitilvl, Shirlcx i.1li'.0iil'lll' Cluwgiii. ilvrzllci I... xY2lll'l'IlHXll Vim-I. livwilx Nzushxilli' Page 202 eww 9'-s. S404 IUNIORS Krilmlms. Rlt'lIkll'll R. Nlzimlicslci liixlcip Rimllzml ll. , , Nzislixillv C1'mmx'L-II. Billy K.. , Sunlxriglil rms. -IZIIIICS D. . .llrlcnwoocl Dzmicl. llzimcs R. Clizirlotll' llzuis. liurryl K. Spurlzl Luis, klzlck H. llmiclsmi anis. qlolm 'l, , , llklllllllllll Dzuis. Rll'lllll'il O. . Unk Riilgv llciilmi. Dun R. Nlxirlin lk-xcr. Nloriis XY, ,, NklSlIXlllK' Dixmi. .Xliic Fun' . Kiiuxvillv lloclcls. Cllvmi ll. , Nlillinglim Dooley. H0115 'lu Clanolxlwillc Diwris. .lnlm R, , fillllilllll Dykes, William II. ,. Cluulxcxillm' luslriclgc. llzlrolil D. , flrmlliclil lilmomlsrm, Xlillzml CZ. lirislul l ilwimls. l'1'cclCI. fllixllluiirmgn llmlriclgv. Irwin W. ,, Nlmilcwy lvlclliziuw. liziwix-iiic ll., -li. l.1IlKll'lllClJlllg liclcls. Sylxial lim: . llalxlvi llilll. Wimlvll l.. lilllllllllllgllbll SlJl'lllgN Ilcmcrw, Clliurlcs l., ficucnlwxillm- luiilamzr. 'Imam , l.c'l1zmrm li'zmklin.C1zu'l XY. Olcl llirkmy lrcyiug, Roy D, , ., , flkllxilllll' I riclilvll. Ilmmzux ,fllizilluimugzi luqiizi. ,lzuinvs R, Olzl llirkuiy Czillm. Xlmlis fl. , Sllllllll OFFICE PARTY IN tl-we Chem Lab in ix 3552-:L +5 ' H 1 'S we , W .Q,,, , 'K' 2'5- 'S , E Q. 1 S I .QM I i K 5 ,,4- vfw W K x . Q 4? : ,KI WIN ,Kun wtf 5 , 3, wek BK Q 1? YG' 2 Q3-2 Page 203 I UN IORS I-zillion. Ilzlrnlcl R. I.AllXl't'llIClJllI'g filllll. .lulm Ii. Slicllmxxillc CQm'ii1'i', Rolicrl I... li. filllllllllllltbgll ci2ll'IlL'I', Roliml XX'. . . Ilczlicicl Geri. Qlxiiiica H. SIJLIIILI I-ciiliw. llciilmi I.. Ilaixlc-1 Cilmci. Iimlzi 4-. Old Hickory Gull. Qlziincs 'l. . Sllilllll Guolslmy. I.Xiiii NI. Xlgmnl C-ixirm. Rzlrlisl XIKXIIIIIIXIIIK' K-rzuvs, llznicl I.. Haliiiiiiaiii fillllllb. ,lc-ssinzl Oak Riclygm- Hziclwll. IX2lIllL'l'IIlL' Lziillizigv HlIiIxllC'X. Izinivs R. 'lblliuu Plauiiis IIZIQLIII. Siixziiiiu- Cllixlllxlimugxu Hull. Ii. I.. Ilcui' Ixulgl' Hull. CLI-urge R. XX'IiiIiu-ll Hull. .lolm 'I. Ihmli fill'K'lX Hlllllllllll, Illtlllll Unk Rillgv Hzimmilx. Rulli XX'2llCI'll1XX'll Hamlin. lun CZ. Cllmllziimugzr Ilgmliiig. Riclixixrl I. flurilwxillz' H2ll'gIS, Rnlrcrl N. Suillli I'ilIxliui'g Ilzlrris. luliii XI, Cllwcxkcxillv Ilurris. Rirlixml K.. Xulmliiiilmsii Ilzmkiiis, ISCIIX QILIIIC' . Slivllmxxilll' Ilzuxkim, IICIIX ,limi Cluukvxilln- E2': "SZ llziyiww. llziim-N IJ. G1ill.iIii1 Ilvziiil, -luliii XX. Iixiilgsluii Ilvslgmulli, Xlzix ID. , Ciussxillm- I'Ik'IllllliIll. .Xiillimix ll. Iniiinilla-. liy, Hvnry. Xmlli XXI. III . .XII'IllIllIIS 9 Illilxlllllll. Lcmil R. Clcuikcxillr Ilimlxs. Llziimw X. Cluokmillr llillxs, Izziiiu K., l'iIIslJlll'gIl. l'zi. Hill. Nlimliuul KL. Ixrlmiimi Iiiiilxlc. llunics 5. I-omllcllsxillv Hiiisuii.CIli1ii'lc-s Ii, Nzlslixillc- Hullziinl. You ul. Ilcclic-ul llulliiigxmwlli. I1-Rm I". SIPLIIIII nwaml. . I 1 ' A Hollis. .lnlm .Xllcn Yzislixilln' 'fi Hr Iluicll X fllllldllllllgl Hmwll. Xllxcil L., li. C.nIumlu.i IIIIIIIIICNIIIII. IIIIIIIII Iluclwn, llmizllml Hull. Lzlrl Ii. Irluy. XIII lxzwl I'. Inciiln-rg, l'L-gp IXCX. I.m'mi Ia. qlzukwii. I.UlllL' II -ILIUJIJA. KIIIIIICS .X lziculis. laiimw XI.. lx. Izmivs. XX'illi1mi I lclci. Alunuw I.. lnliiiwii. I.ciim':1 tluliiiwii. Phillip IUIIX. Imuis I: vlcuim. I Lulmll I IUIILN, illiziilcx Imam. I-.clgm In Page 204 . Xalalixillc f.11ml1a-rlziml. XIII, Rii1gQImui'l IilII'lil'SX illn- Llialltziimngn Uliw Ilill f'U1lIlll'l1I . . XX'iiirliulci' Clliaillziimnjgxl Xlilliiigluii Nzlslixilli' Limlxn-xillm' XLINIIXIIIX' l'c'l1'ixlwi1i'g. Xu. l'nukm'Xill1' Unk Rimlgm' XX Illllllllklblllig. lu. 95" I f ---Q . 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Alu. mv. -l111'l li. .. .flotrlxcxillc I11111-. l.c-elm Il.. . ., ,,Hz11'1' 1 l11x1l, William II. ..Lz1w1'1'111c ' I1111slu11l. ml. l311xi1l YYi111l11'sl1'1 umm. X11ll1111' Xl. Rrsgvmsxillu Xl1llc'c. lJL'lIIl1l -lllxllll l3CLlIL'lll XI1CI11l1x. Rlllllllll l.. fltlllllblll Xlllltlllillll. C'c1ili11 II11111-N ll:11'1'i1111111 Xl1f1:11'1'i1x, llvlmgl 1.011111 lllxsun Xl11.11'11'.-l111111-N lI:1l . ,..XV:1x'1'1'ly Xl1111is. l".111l , .,... f3ll1'lllll Xllll'0lIl'. Sllllilll llllgllllilfl. llllll XlLINUIl. lllllll L. . KlllQSllllI Nlzlllaix, 1-411l11111l lx ll:11l'l1111111 Xl111ll11'11x.iI111'1iNl. Sp1'i11gl1cl1l THEN HE HAD THE NERV ll 1 5351 , 'Offs .l k2?2xx-11 I1.I" "::n -V I 1 R fi- 6 5" ,f da- E to say. . , 'fw- wv lll. E ,W ff? f ..a- Mil' '-,.13 lg' K .:...... mg lf 1? 1,1-H-Q YQ! .of 1 . 4. , Env QPFNL 1? M 32.1. Page 205 UN IORS Xlz1xw1:II, SlC1rI11111 Xl. XICIIIIOIVS, IQRIICIQII Il. Xlcflorcl, 1lllIIlI1 ,Xllll ,, XI01'1'11lI, -IZICIQ I.. ., . Nl1'11'1, fIIlkllIK'S I.. 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I'1'11cll, Ilulmlmy CL... . l'11l1V. Ii111111x' .l.... .,. I'ylc, Xlilclrccl l,1111isc IZIIIIIIS. 111111111, II . R:1y,SI1i1'l11y,X1111. Riillgllll, I.oy1I II. Rccrl, Shirlcy llnrix licl1l'1'11, 1llIlIl NI. . Ri1'I1z11'1lm11, -llllllllf C-, Rigginw. I.L'llll2Il'lI Ii, RQUIJCIKIS. 1111- lf., RoIJc1'ts. I..11'1'y I.. R11I1c1'ls1111. cI1'IlIIlIlI Kan RoIJi11cIIc'. Iiclclic NY. RoImi11su11. 5111111111 1K'1lll Rugc-ls. X11Ixi1' W. Page 206 , Yzulwillc- . Ilmvl' , Nusllvillx' Igl'L'X2Il'lI, Nil. .Nzlslnillc ..S1D1ll'I1l l.11l"11I Icl 11- .. Naslnillc .flllilllllllliibgil IIUI Spring, Nfl. H01 Sllllllg, Xl.. . I.1'I111111111 iII1z1ll:1111111g:1 . CI:11'll111g1' .,X11al1xilIc Ri1IcII1'l1111 1z11111w1ms ll f:2ltISlIl'll. Xlzl. Knuxx illc l.i1i11g411w11 O111'i1I11 XI1. Illc:1s:111I ,l'11Iz1xLi I-1z1I14111. O. Xz1sl1x III1' cIIlQIIIlIll4lUg1I NIISIIN illl' ll11gI11l111I. 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X1lSllYIllC IIXIINI Kimu illcr 4117 50 u 5. JUNIORS THIS PROBLEM !SN'T 5lUI'L'X, f-lk'IllI llulmlriux 7 X mum. l,L-xlic' 1: f.m,.11l 1Ni1n. - fa' 'S' ' 5lIil1HIl RM ly Nmlmxllls 5 wx -ft, Sllllllllilll. I.luiv IVIIUII flu X Q5 X, 5lIlL'I. Klum l. 1-ll'l'II'JllAI my Nuxlluun. l.Jlhll'IlLl' lf. C.Il1lll1111mm 1 K l:ll'Ic'14 lluximl lx. Rllwwll WIJIIIIUN 'A' I:1xlm.Rul1m1 ll, lllzmlmulmll PX W I K S lm'1l1pln'Ifm. lhnhulmi I 1-znll.u1m W Q S' Ilxmllpwll. ilmxlcw ll, XIsXIim1xillm xv! I 'C ' Iillzuilu Chnl IJ. NLINLIIIIIQIII VV" ix' l!lllIlllZll1.l3IIHLlNl Slilillg I ilx ' A lillvx, Rivllllltl l. XIL'IIlllIIlN "'m':! I Iippil. lilxlc-11 S, Xgulxxillc an Mx W9 ,gm X lluulwzlx, llamm lf.. llmkxxuuxi E: Q my I IHIIIAC. IIHYIIIQIN li inmkn-x lllm i ' 'f lnxxuvx. Xulam ll Xlrxm 111 X.l1lIl'N, I-1-lxl.1lu1i4f N Il.ul1gu1l.u. 1 uh.: Paqr- 208 ,hi on my Key!! W, 4...,,,7K A 1' -ggltx' J- if f V ,All- Am k 5. 3. Y STUDENT GETS study help from upperclassman IUNIORS YLIIILC. John li. Ycrnun. Bill H. Yoilcs. Dnzxnc Y. . .. Walker, Gcnrgiunllc. . . XYz1ll11l'c. Palsy Ware. lfcnrcst J.. West, .Xnncllc .. Wlmlcy, Lcnzlrd , Wliitv, lT. Auron. jr-. Wilkinsrm. Robert Dull- Williums, Grady l.. . Wills, Rogcr XV. . Wilson, Jinnny . . Woodlee, Edwin H. . WVynn, Robert H.. . . Nashville .Cuincslmorn X1'lI1z1Illw:1ilc . Oak Rillgv I'I1ll'l'llll1lll ,. Oak Riclgc . .Cookeville- Cllxattznmogzl .lN'Ic:NIinnvillc White llonsv .NIL Plczlsunl Williams, F01-resl 0. ,... . .I.ZlW1'CllCClJllTg Nashville . , . .Dayton , . .Spencer Nashville .af E 5 is Kwan 'Q .Q-we-' Cf: PHY' DANCING is sooo much fun with you 4 Q55 in av 'Y' 2 .2 w Sw K- ff 1121: EW PM Page 209 Larry Carter PRESIDENT Dale Ewton VICE PRESIDENT ophomores Reach Halfway Mark At the halfway mark in their college careers, the sophomore class can look back at the happy times shared during these past two years and can look for- ward to the remaining years at Tech and what the future holds. The sophomore year in college probably brings out more qualities than any other year, for it is at this time that the students begin to know their way around and to take an active part in college activities. The sophomores gilt underway with a class meet- ing which was held to elect class orlicers and to an- nounce the special projects for which the sophomore class is responsible. Each year one of the main proj- ects of the sophomores is that of building a float for the Homecoming Parade . Proving' to be no exception to the rule, the class of 1962 was in charge of building the Queens Float for the Homecoming Parade. This year's float. with a color scheme of white, purple, and gold, was con- structed with three levels. The queen adorned the Page 210 top level while her attendants decorated the other two. Each class is confronted with the problem of rais- ing money for class activities and the all campus picnic. The classes are given concession rights at either a foot- ball or basketball game. In order to raise money for their class, the sophs also gave a dance during the winter quarter which featured the "Vivatones" from Chattanooga. This year the sophomores were represented by Carlen Pip- pin who took his place in the ASB office as treasurer. Other members of the class were given opportunities to prove their worth by holding offices in various clubs. The mystery of college life has unravcled itself. Having thrown away their beanies, these veterans of two years can now sit back with that superior feeling and relish the hazing of the frosh. lvith two acts of their educational play completed. they now await their junior year and, eventually, graduation. SOPHOMORES .X11.1111x. 11111111- X11111111. .1111111 X. X1111111s. 1'2ll1kl1I1l X1111 x11l'1ll1x. .1L'1I'X 11. .X11111. 1111111111- 1.1111 x111'1l, Xllll 1.111'11 .X111-11. 11Il11'lk 12. X1lll11I1. X11l1kX .X1111'111. 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X11111- R1'11'111' 111'1I1llIH1I..l1l1I11L' V110 111 111111111. 1i1l1J1'I'l 11. 1i1.11111'1111. R11g11'1 151'1'11'L'1'. 11111111 111'1lI11, 1.11111s 15111111o. 1111111 N1. 1,1111 Ridgc 1 1l111'1'1'S111'gs. 51111111 l'ills11111g 11111 1111111111 1.11111111111'g 141111s11111'11 1"1lX1'111'X11112 NI1tfXli11111'iI11' .1l111111c111I1: X11. 1'11:11s11111 1.1111111'l11' 111111111111 . ,Xl1111111111- . Ki11gs11111 gIJ11l'11l P1111 XI1111 1'1lll'l'1lIl1lll 1'1lll 111111111 . 111J1P111'X111C 111111'1'1'111 1'1lll1'g S41ll11l 1'i11s11111g 111111111. 1'.llg1'Il1' 1. 111111111111 111111s11. 11111121111 N, Page 272 C1l1ll'1L'hl17ll Rx gy...-.., fi? 11. 112 Wm' 03911 .ns-4... 2-1 3 5 1161- ,..- 1 PM 1: 11' 'Hr- ffsx 411 1W1..,:5 I , ,El .1 ' . 1 11 E - 1 :15525 .1 fv ' Q WN? p., fu ' - 1 E i QF- . .ML . . Z . 1 35:55 an-.1 A .5- hyvkx , . .,.. ' W -3 gig - A 1. 1 1 I 115053.- kcvvvs .,.. has W? ff P in 1 iw nw. '11 "F 'J 32' ww' gi 4 SMI X1 DALE FLOWERS SEEMS io be engoymg a pid re taking session in the girls alorm SOPHOMORES Brown, l.zl1'1'y E. . . . . lkrown, ,l'llOIll2lS XY., . . llryzxnt, liloise . .. . Burgess, Roy '.., lhirks. 'l'o1nmy ,. Burton, -lnlin W. . Bush. Sllcllmy -Iczm Blllllfll, Iicwis D.. , , , Byrd, Gcurlic ill. .,,..... . Cllllfffil. Sylvia XI, Sag: Cznlclwcll, 'I lieu ...,., Clamp, Hcrshcl . . . Iluncllcr, Ilizmnzili ,.,. fl2llll1'Cll.ClllklSl2l . , Clzmlrcll, Harris l'., , . . Czlplemmr, Iillzl FRIYC . CH Clzmleii. lllmrloilc Ann, . Clzirlcn, xllllllifl' H.. , . . fiilflllllll. Tony C.. . . K11ii'pcli!cl'. YYillic S., ,. Curr, -linuny XY. . . Clzlrr, Kcilli R. .. llziilcr. l.ziw1'C11c'c' . tlzisscltx. limmv I.. .. Castle, SZIIRZI Cutlicrinc ,.... Apps. William A. . .. Hanging Limb . A .I,ivingston . . Clhurloltc . . .Cookeville . Cookexillu , .Pulaski . . . .Dunclriclgc . . . . Czxrtlifigc . . . .llyrdstown 1 brzlmlc, Culm . . .. Cloaliclcl ,.Cll1lllZll100g2l . ,. llonclsmi Spartan . Lilmcily . . Cartilage ., l.ixingslm1 , Cllcvclziml .,,. Kluokcvilln' .lrviuglmn Ky. ,..XYl1ite Blull . , . , Rickmam .. l.ivii1gsl4m HCllClCl'5OllYlllC' .. .Guiiieslmm Hcndcrsonx illc Clizipmun, SZll'3lll Kutlilccn ...... Dcculm' Clliiles. Nlziry Cllllllfll . ...L2iWl'CIlCClJlll'g Clirisnizln, Larry li.. . , ......, Nushxillc Clliristizm. Don G.. . .. Lansing. Nlifli. SOPHQMORES Christopher, Phillip X. . Xthvns, ,Xla. Clritwoocl. Alvin D.. .Rui Boiling Springs Clark. litlwartl li. . . . . . .. . Crossvillc Cotlnan. 'Wihna jean . . , , Benton Coflvc. Yan Hcnrv. Jr. , , .Shop Springs Coleman, Monric I,... .... Ccntcrvillc- Conncr. lonnit' Ni.. Clinton Cook, james I... . . . . .Dvcrslnurg Cornvtt, Roi CT. . . Cloultcr. lfranlt .X. Ciourtncv. Ruhv Carolyn Cranv, Charlvs G., lr. Crass, Howard ll.. .. . Crittcnclcn. 'llcrrv . Crouch. Aloe Boh . Crourh. Marv FIYIIICCS Crourh. Roger K.. .. Kirowlct. Bohhv G. Cullen. John li. Culp, Yirgil Cary .. Crnnniings, Afton XI. cllll!llIllllgS. Dan , Curhow. Cary . lY.XllllI'i'll. .Xnthonv Danivls. l.onnic lf. , Daughtrcy, I,intla Sue. Davis, liarl lVavn0 . Davis. Alaincs li. . Davis. Rifhartl li. . Davis, Tail H. . Dav, Rov F.. lil . . Deakins. I,vnn Ci. Dcthnon, Johnny XI. DcI.av, Bcttv -lo .... Dennis. Ben D. .. Donny. Rchurca .Xnn . Dcvancv. Harold Ii.. Dilclav. -Iutlith .Xnn . Dillon, -Iutla ,Xnn ,,,, . Dixon. Xlcrcdith Ann Doane. lYilliznn K.. Donaldson. I,incla joan Dosscos, Betty JanC , Douglas. William H... Downey. John I.. . Drannon. I-Icnrv C.. jr. Duckcr. .Xuhrcv H... ,. Dyer, David A.. .. . . . liacls. Billy .... . liastlanml. Roy D. . Fastcrlv. lizra ll. . ltfavcs. Ravniontl ll... lihlcn. -lznncs lf. lftlwartls. Basil li. laclwarcls. Davitl I.. . lilillll. Robert 0. Iilclcr, .IIIHICS li. lilkins. Donald Xl. Iilrotl. Charles lilroml. Xlartha Jo . . Page 214 .Rock Island Cha l tanooga . llarriinan Pulaski Oliver Springs . Chattanooga . janicstown lforbus Ocoee llnntsv illc K. rc'0nln'iar . Donclson . Sptfmcr . Sparta . Bcnton .Chattanooga Mount Pleasant . .Chattanooga , ,Qnchcclv . Franklin Russellville, Ky. . ,I.c-noir City lluntsvillc, Ala. .. Kingsport . Xvatcrtowii . ,. Kilcvclantl . Gaincsboro Bnllalo Yallcv . .Rockwood . Davton ...Livingston . Lchanon Kingsport . Celina . Nlontcrcy . . . .Lookout Pikeville . Xlcrnphis . . .Signal Mtn. .. ...Baxter . . . Nashville . . .lvavncshoro , Bvrtlslown . . .l,l'XVlSlPlllig . . Lourlon , .Xashvillc Rorkwoocl Xlaclison . . .Bvrtlstown . l-1stillSprings .. Nashville Kingston I ww , mv- . '51 .53273 .,,X -1' aw-f..,. N fi 'J 5., sg, - B as ... T .4 f f5f1?i2ss 'GL . I 1 '!""' ,1 N.. V., wife-m,: 1 if W QW E "" s ,M J W ' TS Eiituw .M . .fini sl 'Sz N. X. I 'fi . in . ist is li wg, I Q 4...- s 4 . . r 'Twp .. . 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VIlllllL'5 l., filllllllllllbtlgll lllll'lli'l'. llclvli F1130 CI1'11l1'1'x'illL' llnrgix. ll2lI'll 1.00 Xll. llll'2IN1lllI 'JF xYllllNL'll Xuslrxillc' H111lxlc'1'f111cl. l.lllIf NY. 6-3 'SJ' V . V lllIlllll.SlllIl ll.,lIr. K 5' ll111'1111m, lJ11xi1l Iiirlxy llmrclwii b-W llilllllilll, Ilumllry Slim-llmixillc' llzrrpvr. Vlvrrx l.. Pfllillillltl llzrrru-ll. .l11'11c1: lf., . . .'l11l1:wcll Harris. Ci11il V Nuflirillc' f V Q' 954.73 H111'11s. l.1111l11 R110 I.4'XVlSl7lll'g 1 'W' 11- . 2ll'l'lS, .1111 ll .cc 11' 1111111 1 ll ' 1 A 1 1 11' 1 .1 l'l1ll'IilS. llillll I.. , .. ..l,Ol'llllllll '56- EI ew- 1,'l""' 2,1 1 S. 'I+ ' it V. 1. 1 l'l1ll'Xi'l. ILIITICS li. Daisy Hailxm-1. loniiiiy K... . . l.c111rir City ' H.1llic'l1l. llualcr lf. .. 'Dlllll1llJ VVV gag, 3' .. V 9 " Haiws, l11111ic'l l.. 'I'rio11. 6511. Q 5- 5 I H11wlxi1is. lvllflillltl Cluokcxillc W llL'1ll'tl, SCVCIIJI. . . ,I,ll'lxSOll Zufmlff . Q Hciallu. l.1111is li. ,xvillllllllg 5:1 g gi ' lifi gg 1 ll1'111l1i1'kw11, llllllll2lS I. . . lQ:1ll111i11 A ll1'111l1ixm1r. ,xlllill 17. NlcNlii1111illc W Q11 lIL'll1lllXNUll. li1111'11l VIllllC Xl1Xli1i11xill1- 'Q 'K 5 - G9 I V 'A Ile-11l1'1. llcllx l1111 Spring Cllr I qwigfa H1-iirx. Alm' S. N11sl11'ill1' I ff' 'ix ' lll'lll'l. xlilllx lf. Cll111l111111mg11 T llc'11sl1'1. Vl111111's R. Clmulwxillv lllgllilll. l.L-111111 . , Xllllllll. l'l11. Hill- lvrrx ll , Nlzrrxxillm' ar' 'W ' llilli11i11l. lf1'111111w Nlmnrlx A Z fllllllllllllltlggl Hi11'lr11r1'lx. Vlnc lf.. fillilllilllllligll Mrifi K1 V, ' 1 W' . 1 .. ll11ll111r1l, Ylclfll' ll. R111 l1oili1rgSp1i11g5 3 Q Page 276 5 11. 11. Y 1. A LINES, LINES, LINES, we even have to stand in Iine to get our yearbook SOPHOMORES IHVI .. I -E-P.'M HllIIl'llI2lI1,,XIIl1 ,fQ1'1lllYIIIt' , Q fm lj, ' Y' I Hulmzm. CTIzl1'L'mLr ,X, Drmclsml 3 5 Q I lf, I I - - House. Gus NY. . . . LUIIKIUII br IM, ZIQA' Q' ' I 'f -IQII .,:,1. 5 - I iflygi IIUIISIUII. llfmzlhl NY. . IIICINIDIIIQ 'I':, ,E 1.'. I W ,4 .1 .--' 5 J' Hulmlmzml. Ruth ,Xllll Rmuxxillm' QW? I I We In z I Hull. -IZIIIICS NX ., ., , , I"lEllIlIxIIll lIL1IIslllllc'l', l'zlL. , .. lIlIgIICS, .lorry Dam . , Hugluw. XY:lllz1l'c Il. .. ..DyLf1'sI1lll'g ,.,..I,llI2lSIiI ., ilumssvillct Hung, .Xl'n1:1mIfr,. . S2llllIllgll1,C,fIllIJll HlllllL'l'. I'11ll'1c'1:1 Ami.. , . Hurst. fIllI'0IfIl Louise . HLIIKKIIIIIQS, IIzu'oIrI la.. I1'Irv. IIIIIIIII SIIIIIII , . Ixcs. -lllllll I':ll1'14'l1l . . jzukmn, R0SCll1l4lL'1lll,, IZICIQSUII, I Immals , . ...,, jzxcqlurl, Riclnml ml. .flhurlc AISNIIILNS, .Inu Xlzuk IcIIc'1's. llm111IcI R. lIcII'L'1x. Iivlmllcllu X, KIQIIIUIIS, C-Imm ,X. -IQIISCII. .ILIIIUI XYUII0 , Iclvr. llmmlsl K.. QIUIIIISOII. Dmlnlml la. . ., JOIIIISUII, -ILIIIICS I,. . ., . Iolllwnm. Iic'1111c'lI1 IV... .,, -Iolnumn, Nlulh' ,Xllll . IIUIIIISIUII. I'z:11I CL. . IoIIiII. Xzmu' . . X11sI1xiIlu NIIIITISLKIUII , 51J1lI'l2l By lwlslmx Il . ,Nlunlisrm I,L'l'1lllll' ., Nslsllvillc' sion, XMM1. Kluolwx ills Nm mu Humsx illv NISIKIISHII SIM-Illxxillc l.c'w1xI1111'f' rw .,fIICXL'I2llllI , cIOHIxCIIIIl' LIIIIZIIJCIIIIKIII .llllnklp . Clmssxillc Cookcvi I IC V 55,552 , 1 . .,., My . WW. , .,,, . A .I A -' M ,W 1 ., . i BPI I 'Q I M ' A-1 ' ' I ' "f ..,. I ' 'r,. 'M -I 2' funn, 'env-I I meg., Q7 . gm YI... -vs: 7: . an ,L I rl in W . II, af" SC" Q Q'-W iw-H aw ' W., , z' an ,Wa 1- H-an 1 wwf' rm Page 217 jolly, .jones jones jones, jones -lones jones jones SOPHOMORES Kenneth . . Cathy 4... , Donald G.. . . lilsie Alfie. . Jutly K.. . .. Larry I... , 1.ytnztn C.. . Ray A., , .. -Iutlkins, lvadell. . . Kezisler. lfredtlie XY... Keisling. Gerald ., Keith, Bobbie Sue. Kelley, James S.. . . Kellner. Ronald Kelly. Frank A. ..., . Kerr, Shirley jo. . . Kile, Kenneth L... Kinney. james R.. Kirby, Horner. jr.. Kirkputrifk, Fclwarcl. jr.. . Knight., Peggy Ann. . . . . Knox. Lyle Reere ...... . Koger, Charlotte Faye. , . Lander, Fred XY. .... . . . Lztntlrcth. f.2ll'UlNll Lune. Lane, lfrecl 'I' 1 Ronald B. . l.2ll'gCll, XVilliznn X' Layne, Albert I Lett. XVilliznn R... Page 218 . .. Spztrtzl . . Cookeville . Coltunhizt .. .Gaxineshoro . .... flllliylllllf . Oliver Springs .,..Xthens. ,XIzt. ...XIt. Plealsztnt ...Stnithxille ... .Xletnphis . .. Livingston . . . ,Baxter . . .Dayton . . . .Cookeville . . . .Kingsport . . . .Cookeville . . .Chztttztnoogzt ... XVhiteville . . .McNlitniville .......CL:tllz1tin . . . .llznnestmvn . . . .Hntnholtlt ...... ..lforlJtts li. Chicxtgo, lntl. .. .Spring City ,....iZookeville .Nlnlherry lflzt. . . , . .Ooltewuh . . . , .jasper . . .Lehztnon SOPHOMORES l.eclfm'al. Rolwerl R. . I,ee. Georgian lfzlye , Lesler, .Kun l.m'e Lewis, Belly june Lewis, Robert . lncke. Hmxzml l,ullzu'. 'l l1lll'm:m R. Lomzm. Donnie R, I.mx'e, Hairy Xlmkee I,um1. joseph li. K.leu'lz1ml XIUIIILWCS . .NZISIINHIC .Nzlshxille N iulal Ltlllllllhlll Ckmkex ille Ulcl Himkulj Guonlletlsville Ulml Hickory Lynn. jim R, CLCHIIZI xlff11lIlliRl1. Rlulx blue .Xlhens Xlrllulley. .lulmny R. luke City NIc'I3ez1rnmn. Nunn 'lam' , Xgxslxxille NI1'Dm1:1lcl. XUVIIIZHI I. flllzillilllmbgil XICRUIIICY, -ILIIIICS Il. . New Xlimlcllelml NIL'KilmeN, IIQIIUIIIZIS. ll. . . f:lL'lIiIlllR' NIc'XIilln1i. James R. L NIcNIillizm. William I XIRIITUW. Vl'l'CK'iZl .jenn xfilflill. Philip xllllfill. jerry I.. Xlusun. NYilIiz1m Xlzlslers. Iilsie Xllll XIQISIUYY. lfllu Nlllllxlfk. aloha: Q.. Nlzxllsml, Nlzuk Nlzlxwell. lclzl Pearl Xlayes. jznnes I.. Nleredilll. -IZIIIICS .X. Klmxxille ..I1lLklxSOll lnmlml . xlL'IlllJllih I.ix UIQSTUII Nlorrisrm Ig nu hlmurg iluukexilln' lflllklhlllllil lkmkex illc' liuxlel SIMWIIUI' l'lllllL'llHX'Il RRR.l LONG-WINDED SPEAKER, only five minuies for coffee iff 'Q f -K. Page 219 SOPHOMORES NIL-Llcr. .Xlois ,hlllllll . Miller. I.zn'i'y ii. Xlillcr. flillll' li. . NIi11glc.CIl11u'lcs H. ... Nlilchcll. lYillo11isL'. Xlrs. XIolQlx'c. SlCIDllUll Nl. Nloonly, Nloorv. ix'l0UI'l'. Xloorc. Moorv. ciL'llll .Xllll Bill H. ..,. . Clholly -Iam' .. KLICHNV. . . .IRIIIICS lf. , Nloow, .lorry lf. Nloorc, rlillflllllli .L . . Xlorclziml. haul lwilxxccrs Xlorgzni. l':1ll'i1'ix1 Sm' . , Nlorrison. Paul R. Nlorrisoii. Sznnilcl XI.. ,ll Xlorrow, lllizlrlvs D. . Nlorlon. Rillllllil l... . Nloscr. Domiic ll. Nloscr, H. Ronnie' Mois, llzunvs N. . Xloss. -lon S. Moss, AIZHIICS C... Mullins, Cllmrlcs lf. , XlllI'lCl', john D. X:usl1.CL1n'x Irv Niuh. Kzxllicriiic- Xml-rllizxin. john R. Xclson. lllly iw li. Nvwlmill, Rllylllflllfl R., jr Xcxx mlm. Nunn lixclyn Xorriw, -lohu XX .. .... .. fllllllll. Roln-rl ll. Owch. llcllmcll CL. Rcul l'2u'v. Samuel l.. Pnclgctl. john R. Pzxpcs, Riclizml l,2ll'li. 12111105 ., , l'z1l'l4L'r. l!nlll'lJ2ll'2l Suv l'a1l'km'. -llllll' lillcn l,kll'liS. liolmlmy kill . l'zn'i'is, ilill0lll1lS li. l'zl1'1'olI.,Xmi PllI'l'Ull, l.lllllll' loam PZll'l'Ul 1. Ronzihli l,2llC.Xlikllltl1l ,Xlyiw l'z1llc'i'son. liulx .Xllll , l':1llo1i. Xllll lililnlwlli lllll IIC. Rolbcrl O. Pcrligo, 'l liurmzm I.. l'czu'l, I-forge' ll. l'L'lltll'l'gl'llsS. l'iClW1lI'll l,L'lllllll l'L'lIi'oss Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Page 22 ill. l'llllNf1. .1,lcnn.. ,,. .llllllY.Xlllll'll1' . lllll'lN .xllll .1L1'micRull1 . . 4lUSClPll li. . lil'llllClll li. O . Knoxxillc . Nlaryvillc ... Nlarixillc . Nashville . , . Sparta . .Rogcrsvillc . Old Hickory .. ,Cartlingc ........N0l'1'lS . .Nlanclicstcr . . . .Cookeville . .Nashville . , .llouclmn .Clizmzinoogu . .Nashxillc . . Xzishxillc . Donclsoii filllllllllllbllgll .-.lllllgglllih Gal. Old 'Hickory . , . Old Hickory .Smilhxillc Nzlslivillc By rclslown tllinilulioogu Frnnlclili Spartan .Bzixlcr .Liviiigston .Clinton .. . l7yci'sln11'g Cookcvillc ,. ,. Oak Ridge , . .Cliattzmoogu Boiling Springs . . .Mcmpliis . . ,Doliclson Chicago. Ill. . .Cookeville . .ll'11rti'11fc ,Dctroih Nlirh. . ., Alagkslioro . . .NlUllI'0C . . ..,.. Nlonroc I' 'wt llclroit, Nlich. . . .hlllflilllll . , Algoofl Mklnryxillc .. . Pikexillc l.ol1c Xlflllllllllll . .NIcNIinmillc .. Waverly .llyrclsiou xi , Onciclzl ., Clzirlluigc . Shelbyville Dayton. 0. .Xlgooal N1lSllYlllL' . Nashville 11' li? -ff-uf' nr ? " W' N. P119 an xwiff 'lvl Kami! -wif W K. 'ST ur 1""'9 2 if x 'A' -4...r gk. M1 ,Ura SOPHOMORES Piticr, i,2l1'YL'il Ii., Powers, Sally Ann. . . I'ricL'. Gcnlld NX. . Primm. Ilzmmcs CI. Ragland, Vlililllilllli li.. , Rains, l'z1ll'ir'ia jzillvlw . , Raxmscy. Rzllbvr, VIQIIUIIIZIS CI. ... ,.. IlllllSlilL'lliJCl'gCl', B1ll'iIZll'2l .Iva Rzlwding. IICIIYR CI. . Rawls, Madison L. . Rfilgilll, jew , , . , . Rczlgzm. Richard I,. ,. , Rcclmy Betty Alu ., Rcclnr. XYilli:1m D. . Rccvvs. Alcrry Nl. , . . RLIYIIUIIIS, Xhlllnlzl -lvwcll. . , Rbomlcs. fiWCllliUifll ,,, Rich, lilmcr F. ... .. . lliCil2ll'lisUI1. Clcliu Sllc, RiCil2l1'CISUl1. l.z1l'1'i NI. . Riggs, Ray CI. , . , . Rippy, ililfliifiii ,Xlllll' , Rixcls. l,1mi.1 Slll Robbins, ' Robcrls, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts. Robcrls. , Oak Riclgc NI1. l'Icz1szml l.fllL'hiJl1l'g .Xwbizmd City' . . .Lebanon ,By l'llSl0Wll Xll'xliIlllYiliC . . Qlznckson Il Xusbxillc Xzxslnillc Nushx illc , IZIIIHTSIUWII , -lzuncslmvn . Clmssxillc- Igllfollm-llc Springfield . Grzlmillc Cllzlllanmmuggl Rockwood . Gallatin Gzlllzllin , Rockwuocl ,, X1lSilXilit' . Nzisbxillc , Kingslon Kingslun ,Nashville XYbilwcll . Cclinzl lJCt'llllll' SOPHOIVIORES Rollulisull. fIII2ll Im W. Roc. f.I1lH'llU' CI. . Rugvrs. I.IoylI CQ. . IQUNLICH, hlcrly .X. Rll1IlI, IS4ll'IJ1lrxl Xl-Il RIIIIICN. l".lIwzlrlI Russs-Il. -lglllla-s I, . Rllssc-II. Rollcri I". 521521011 NVJIIICI' NI... SIIINIIIII. Iitllllclll C-. 5.lIJIJ,,lllII1lIl lm Sarrtill. K-colgc' . Si'2ll'ICll. I'lL'rImic . SK'Ill'UlIi. Ilzlllllic In . Sc'IlllIIL'. .lcrry lf.. Sl'L'I1llI'Il,.IUIlll XY. .. SCXIUII, Ray O. SIIZIYID. I"I'L'lIL'liIL X. Sllcllllll. I-ll'lllI1l I5cl'llic'c- SIlcpp1ll'cl.Iillllllx R. . SIlCI'Ill2lll, licxcllx RIIIII Sllclrill. IIIILNICI' I.. Sllirllls. 'IOIIIIIIN I.. SIlil'IlIS,S1lIIy SIIL' . SIIUXVCIN, Xlxlvs . Silrllx. Ilzlllim' illllli' SIIKLF. Illllmlly K, Skillvrll. liulllmim' I'iIIl'll SIxIllIlt'I', ,lc-zllllll' SIIgL'l.I31lXl1I II. SIIllIl'l'. .lL'lIN I.. slIIIIIl..Xllll1l I.zllll'al . gllIIIII. fiIlI'ISlUlIIlL'I' K. Slllilll. cillfl II. Hlllilll. I,1IIIllS C.. Hlllilll. .IIIIIX Xllll Smith. Xlclxill XY.. Nlllilll, Nlcrlili I-,, Slllillr. Odin' W.. , Slllilll. Rirllalril XI. Smith. 'I crux A, SlnilI1.IXlII II.. , SHIKI. Nui li, SILIIIICI. Rl1sscIIC.,,.. SlL'IX2ll'I. Clilarrlca SICWLIYI. llulizl Ilclllwczl SICWZIIKI. XIZIIQQIITI llull Stirll. Riillalrll 11. Slllllv. 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Wilx1111. ll1'111l11'11 Illflll XX 1lsu11, I l11111111s 1:11 xXillilll'Sll'Ik. xlillklflll Page 224 Clnrzllliclcl l'11l11ski Unk Ridgc lxi11gxlu11 C.11Il111i11 XI111U1llc lii11gs1o11 c,IlL'ill1I fDIll'lll1l llfL'l'SlJlll'g fjlllllllllliiiigll SIJLII lil .l11111cslms Il Ullixf l,UIlL'lNHII l.l'llL7ll' 1.111 Unk Rimlgn' H11111iw11 C.l1111l1111m1g11 Sm im 1 ille- Xl111lis4111 lii11gsI1111 l.ll2IllllIlfJlDQIl , , 8111111111-111 I l.1111x Xlc-x11111I1111 NI1111m illm' Klnokcx illc Ynshx illc KI1 ussx illn- Baxter WHERE'S EVERYONE GOIN' so dressed up? . L,-1 .. QQ' bf' S' ff . 11.1, Rfw xx.. xwf .4h' 0 Q1 viii' A- , fu. .o-"N -0- ,-.11--.1 - ,. lf? sl--1 am asv- 'Psgr' -an : f VA- .""' -.-1-r 1 fr- its 1 n ,.,. in dw' " , , .W gf. 'xv ' W -1 s. . , ,QL X, Q V w,,Q"f 5 W. ,gps .-U . F fif .A - Lewin, A Q ,, L f 1 my , T ,zu-., 5 V ' , ,, Q, T gm ,A fi? Ssgsffiifla 5 I Aj, ,f 4 g y iiwlg- i Z W 431' 'i ir Tm , 6 7 Ymw in Q ff X , 4. 1 '74 K -. . . . ALL PUTNAM COUNTY SCHOOLS will be closed with the exception of Tennessee Tech and Tech Training" SOPHOMORES XYulfe, Dilllllf Nlaly ,. XYUILC, Rifhzncl R. , XYolfc, xyillikllll ll. . xxilllllllfk. VIQTIUIIIQIS H. xYUl'iCf.lI2lII!1'N D. .., XYm'sl1:un. Wnmlai M Wxxiy, Mary I'4l'1llll'C5 Wright, Henry B.. ji Young, Gloria l,L-cr ,. Young, Nlzlrshu Gayle . ,Cookcvi I lc . . ,CXJTICWLIII NZISIIX illc filllllllill ,. I,Cil2lIl0Il Old Hiukolw' Nzlslnillg . ya ll ....1.ZlllL'illf, Smithville ' W v---' '.:' , fa Page 225 A Tech Uffers Excitement For Freshmen A tinge of honiesickness, nervous tension and end- less thrills characterize the first few weeks of college life for the freslnnen. After arriving on campus, the freshnien are assigned to their living quarters . . . Meadows Hall and New and Old South Halls. Then they are given all sorts of rules and regulations by which they are to abide if they are to be successful as inenibers of the freslnnan class. Next the Frosh find theniselves taking placement tests and fighting their ways through registration lines. They also find that even the wardrobe of the Tech freshinen is slightly altered froin that worn by the upperclassinen. Beanies are a necessity. Each fresh- inan is also awarded the privilege of wearing his garinents wrong-side-out and backwards. Another distinguishing feature of the freshnien is that of wear- ing a large sign on their backs for identification pur- poses. 'l'he freshinen are required to carry a "Procla- niationn which states the rules governing the initiation period as set up by the ASB. Pat Quillen, PRESIDENT Page 226 Only a few weeks pass and the newcoiners are confronted with Kangaroo Court. 'I'hose who have failed to go by the rules stated in the proclamation find theniselves sitting on blocks of ice, sinoking cigars, getting inolasses shainpoos, taking niidnight hikes eat- ing onions, and kissing the juniors. Now is the tinie when all "badfrosh" coine to the aid of their "un- nierciful upperclassinenf' By winter quarter, how- ever, they are true inenibers of the 'llech faniily. The class of ,633 was responsible for the decora- tions and concessions for the Honiecoining Dance. 'l'hey also held a dance during Fall quarter which featured the "Castaways," a combo froin Nashville. Having caught on to the hustle and bustle of college life, the Freshinen are suddenly realizing that their first year at Tech has slipped away and that they are now Sophoinores. Looking forward to the next three years with inuch expectation, they shall never forget those first few trying inonths as Freslnnen at 'Tennessee Tech. Pat Burke, VICE PRESIDENT FRESHMEN Xclcox. ,XllCll I.. .X1lt'o1'lx. Rell R. .X1l1li11gto11. Remlull . Aga-e. Nolzt . Akin, -lolm li. . .xltl0l'NUll, Nlzlxie ,l.. . Xll'XklllllL'l'. Rlllllll li. Xl1'Xlllllll'kl. Nl2ll'f Xllen. llz11'1'y W. .Xlll'll, l.ee .. .XIl1'v1l.l'1'isr'ellz1 . . Xlll'll. Rlblllllll L... .XllCll. 'l llllibllly .Xllll1'l'Nllll, Billy lf. ,XllllCl'5llll. Cliarles R. .Xlllll'I'SOI1. Nllllf . .Xlltll'l'SUll. Rllf 111o111l D. Xlllll'l'S0ll. -12111105 X. .xlllll'L'lX'S. Robert ll. Xiicllews. lillllllllls KI. Xuniw. blames R. .xl'llL'X. liclitl1 Xrnoltl. l.CUll2'll'Ll li. .Xlclileyp l.Ill'lf N.. . .Xsl1I1111'11, l.e0 CL. Xskew. l.c'xie P. .XXlllll, Nllilgllffl . Xuxlin. lltlllllltl R. X11s1i11, l'iI'l1CSIlllC . Xusliii, Robert XY. Xyrleloll. l,Cl'Illf . .Kiera ,locly ,,.. . l5:11kxl1'o111. Neil C. l4:1l1e1'. Curl F. .. llailxcr. Polly . . Bzlltluin. -Iflllllllf Il. lSz1ll:11'1i, f12ll'0l .. . llz11111'oft, jerry L. . lizmks, Rolicrt l'. B2ll'lRk'l', l.i111l:1 . . . I5z11'ke1'. Xylllllill Blhlllllll. filCIlll ll. l4:111'lz1x, Alu, S111itl1x ille KlIlgS1JOl'l Oak Ridge X11sl1vill1' l,Ul'll2lll1l NIc'Nli1111X ille Rorkwooal fillllllllll fi2llllCSll0I'U . lirziwforsl . .cxllillllllll .'l'1'e11to11 Bzlxtei' Pikeville cilllllCSlJ01'lJ fi2llIlCSil0l'0 Cookeville . .Nusllxille Clinton Pikexille . Nloiiroe NklSllYlllK' . Cleveluml Smitliville clllillllllltlllgll Xlcxz1111l1'i11 l'o1'tlz1111l Bzixtei' . Iitwiii . .Nuslixille luke City Nuslnille .Xslilzmtl City .XSlll2lllLl City CZl111111111oog:1 . Covi11gto11 . .Clevelzlml Nl'illsl1i1'e. 0. Oak Ridge jasper xllfllll Btlsler, l.2lI'l'f E. Unk Ridge llzlswell, flll2ll'lCS ll., Ili' ...Cookeville liClll'll, SlIlllCy li, . Pikeville l31'x1n1. 'l'o11m1y R. . lilllilflllfllllil lieantl, l7o11:1l1l . lS1'ow11sx'illc RCLIYUII. H1-len fillllll21Il0Og1l lleallty. Cnil . Clinton ISe1'kl1'1'. lilly B.. . . ..O1toee lim-1ll'o1'1l. lSz11'l1z11'11 . . . . I.yllClllJlll'g lleitller. Cz11'I l.. . . Singing' Springs. Pu. liell, Robert li. . llell, lilllllllll O. liellznr. Cll2lI'lCS R, Bell. XN'illi11111 X, . lgL'llllCll, l-imily .. lleiillell. Crovci' N.. . Ileimett, Aloscpli l... . l5e1'11l1111'1ll. XYilli:1111 . Page 228 Naxshville illexelmirl Co1'1lo11sx'ille . Xi2llllSOIl Nashville . .Cookexille ..Nz1sl1xille fltllllllllllll "" 'R ""' "" : um An. wi' 7 FSP 'WIT' . MD af- 3 .3-.,.. ., - ev' Hin. 15 .qvv 1 if 1520 iifl if' wx. . .- 3 in - 4352? Mm 1 . ,nw 'Z' ,"" 1 , up-. KW' s Q Af' 7 gpm- Q!!!-xt 311, W 5 ihvw.. ...... . Q s,.v""'- bmp. 9 nf ' 11 ,L .1 E 1 11:-Flaw :5""" 8 TISS?" 1 'Sr r Ag wow' .13 QSM 1 Q.- 'Lx- ,,,,,,.. D ...hy . 1' in AQ, I MGM my .X ,,,-v' I ,G 3 .:. -1' v QW W M431 my no 5 ,W . ' new 2""j.-1 15' E'f'W wg ffm je' A TI-IE ANNUAL FRESHMAN reception starts the freshmen off on their college career 1 4 '? 5 'I'4:i25?EjVQgiSQ 11:11. - 1 FRESHMEN . 1. limp. Xlr111l1' ll. lJ1111cIx1111 ip 1' t fag My , Q I E t wa: -11 I 'V f 1 lI1II111'1. lyllllll 11:1 iI11c1IXc1 III1 -Q M W, K 1 ' ' . 1 in A ' N ' . , . -NH 1 nm... - V. V1 . . 'Mp I41II111Q,slL'1. I311l1I11 L., lu11Lc11II1- 'f 1 ff' -.. 1 '- 1.3 I I I Y ee We 1 . I I 1II111gsI1'1. I1111I11 R11'I1111:111 A if -.fzfig nv A145511 . 1 "" ' V II111IxI1'1. RLIIIIILIII If, Uhi IIi1IX1111 I ?,iE':':':E' til II111I111'II. IfI1'1111111 I..1I111c111' if T .ME .,, ' 11 an IS111I111'II. II11gI1 XI. i.11111uI11111m I 1sI11111. S11111I1'11 1111111111 4. . f I1I111I1I111111. lJ111111I1l 11. ClI1111l11111111Lg11 up gm, I - ' 111 lSI111IxI111111. IIs'1111 if. I'iIx1'1 iIl1' '?l"' 4,331 ' l5l11Ic1 , 1 ' '. 1 K If A A , J- lII.1I111Ix, R111 XX. S1'111'111IIc' J x NI111111111. IIZIIIL' XI11111I11'N111 3, ,M X x III1-11111. c12lII Il. I111111-1 K' ,W Q 5 I Q 1'1II1N. IQ111 I . S11l'L'lI11IIL'I' SAW' 'W 1- N22 . . 1 law 1 , III1-11111. R:1I11I1 I. 1311111111 I 2 TW J ' - IMI141. ,Xuix X. l.XII1IIIIllIh Y 'IE l111I111111111. -l1111i11' l.11I4z111-111 1111I, f41II'l II. 1I1XI' I1111111c'. I 111111 N. C.I1.11111111111g.1 T' K I1111111'1. f1IIIIl'1I II. XII. l'I1'.1-.1111 M. I1111I1'11. lIv1lI1.1 K 1111111-1iII1' NYM, 111I l111111-15, NlII.ll'I. I l11. Q, ,S Q iwi.. K H I1lI1L'II. Rulwml 1. l.I11111.1111111g.1 , " ' I I 1111, Iii4I11114l 1. 1I1XI1111111II1' 5. A W E I1111l. XX'11I11'1 l. I-11111I1Ii11 ,SA lI1:11I1i111. .li111111i1' I. N1'1i1'11iIl1' "':',f1 111..111.1111, 1111111111 XY, 1111111111111 '19-11' I l1lNl'I. I11111 la. R111IX1111111l , A 'Uv- W .- 1 Q51 ,- I Nm 1 .AMN 1 WWAIIKQ f I -wakqx W' 'Q-1 is 1.13 wg wtf.. If . hw- .1 1 Page 229 FRESHMEN Brccml i ng I'1'ccI A. Briggs. Rllsscll .X., , , Ilrilllc, .john G. I5l'o1Icl'ic'Ix. III: Iimoks, Ric' Ilrouks. R1 N Ih'mx'11. Bull IHIHS IIIIHI Y .X. n'uI Iimwll. i.I1111'Ics IIIUIKII. IILI Iixmxn. Im 'LWI nas S.. Ir Brmxn, lmlllh . BIUXVII. I,:l11 .,? IS... Il. R XY. ,, . Iil'z1sIw:1x's. Rolrcrl CI BIIXRIIII, ICIIH lingual. KIIIIIIIIIL' I I Ixmm I u Ymmrr iluukux illu Rmk lsI11mI XIISIIX illc Nzzslwillc . Newport I IZIITIIIIZIII NIZIIILKIIUSICI' ffIl1lllLlll00Lg'l NI1XIinmiIIc KIIILIIILIIIUUQAI I,L'Il0IIk Lily Xlmlisrm Iiingslmm iluukm illc I uIIz1I1umz1 IiuIm'c , nz 'Q i. , Xlgmnl IIIIIUIII. Xlauy Kluukcxillc IIIIIMYXIII. .lzuncw If.. Ilvllius Ihlll, llzuxill R. , IIIIIIIIIOIIZ X.Y. BIIIIIIIIIIUIIQII. Robert H. .. NI1'NIil1miIIc IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIQII. 'I vrry I.. . Clmlokc-x'iIIcv Iillrkv. William I. f.lIlIlIK'l'I1IIIlI. XIII. IIllI'I'. Ilmmiu .lu Clmmlxvxillc IIllI1'lIlLlllhII. -IluIilI1 XICXLIIILIILILI IIULI. CIIIZIIICN D, IX'IxiIwcII Clinlrcrzl, Sxlxizl NZIQIILI In I-uzumlc. 'ilulm CI:1l1IuvIl. I51'cml.x . fIIm'u'I1lmI Klzlmplmc-II. Rulmcrl Unk Riclgn' fIllIIlI't'II. Iivwrlx .. Unk Ridge CILIIIIITII. Im rx. CIZIIIIICII. NNIXILI XMIM illc Cimuurnl Clzxnl. Nlxnxiu R. Smlmiy llxllxlxwll. VIIIIUIIILIS If. XImng1nlllmxll.Ky. Clanxnmzk SIIIJIIIIIC Spzlrlxl fI1lI'IJl'llIL'I' Xrmhic R film-lllulck fI2lI'I', Rclm . . SIJQIVILI CLll'lIllglUll. ISiIlx l'z1H'ull. lanmcs I' Clnrmll. Icrrx' S. H.. iI11l'1'uII. NIIIIIUII la.. Il. CIHIIIWX IIIL' f.Il2lIlAlllUUgll Sm ic: x IIIQ illml Illlluugzl CI:11'u'l'. Iinhlmx . . RL-Il Iiuiliug Sprillgx Cf1lSSa'llN . Sum Cinslm. Ifrzlllsis' IILIIIIII, K.lII IVNII fIilllgIIIIUll. Ilan 6. . .cI1c, I,1mI'l no . l.m.1m.1 1 wld R. CIc11lL'rs. lH.11111N I.. .. IIIIQIIIIH. Elvin fIIlL'I'l'N. I.mIuall'mI I' CIIISIIHIIII. 'l'mnmy . ., f.IllIICIlLIL'll, lion .X. ,. Cllmzllv. I"lIl'1m'1z1 I Ciwun. R41II:1m t.. III .lzulmurm-. I,vmm.ml I3 f.I2II'I4. I'4l1sx Cllznrk. NI IX Cllmmms, R1 C.. tr' . Page 230 .losiz Ill uhm' I C.. .Illl2Il'lI. IXVIIIICIII 0. .. I lr Uzlillcslmm Iilx. I'z1n:lmzl iflxalllzlllmv-'l 5. 51'xim'1'xiIIc Inuisx illc I'1lmx'11I1 CIUUIXCX illc YAISIIX illv . I,II'IxSUIl C'lc'xc'Iz1mI -Izlllwmlmvlx Ilm'LwumI Ulml IIic'Lm x Olml IIIlkIx1lI'X OIII Illrkmy inzumlllc' Sp1'i11gII1'IfI .Xlvxglmlrial R945 un ww' 9"""' H505 'W QTY 7 y.. QQ' MK' W W' ZW 35 If X. X .5 ,. , W H? - ,ing In aw A M . 2 Ii sy Q X i 5 'U' as x 8 1 . sw? nm 1 ff' Q 1 W. Q wi 'Vg .1 if K 5 .1 H sy. I' an I ' I? 4' 553555 i- ' Iv 1 4 I I W K 'Wd' .W ' I T If FRESHMEN Llcvusc. C-Ic11:l41 6Iul1l1lc.ll111111's lf.. Cluilcc. XQ11111 K oll1c11'11. K.111ll11a1 Klulv. tluy Lulv. XX11llc1' R. fI11Ic1111111. .llbllllllf KIolli01'. Iilllll R. fIuIli11Q, C.411r1l111 Cl11lsc111. llulxn R. l111111hs, hlllllkl , CIo111l1s, XI:11'1111 fillllllllfbll. fjlllil flcmlmkm illt' I.i1i11gs1m1 I.1xi11gslrm Norris ll1111'1111z111 Rmkwcwnmd l,i1i11gs1o11 Xlc'Xli11111 illc Nla1clis1111 Xauhx illc f.ll2lI lllllliilgil XI411'1'isl1111'11 .. IUXXIINUIIKI CIc11'bi11. ,lzlckic ll., 151151111 11111, Nil. CI11111l1':1. Iiulwlmy CI. XYl1i11s'cll C.11111l1'11. XX1.!11' K.1111dwi11. AIZIIIICN Clnok, 12111105 ll. Cook, Alam X. l'm1IJc1'. hlllllllilil f:UlJL'I1l1ilXl'l'. Dr111.1l1l X. C.111:lJc-mlgc-. iluw ETUIJIJCKTQC. f1m111111c CI11l1pi11g1'1'. I,i111l:1 Kmslvll. XIQIIT CIU111. XYilliz1111 S KI11wl11c'i'. ll.1xi1l LQ11111111, XRIIHX I.1'1111Im1l. l,u111z11'1l ll Krisp. l,ul1'1' ll. NX'l1i1wclI , Chuxsxillk' Oh! lli1'ku1'1 X11al111lI1' Slllllllkiglll XIrXIi11111 illu l11llz1l11111111 l11lI11I1u11111 C,l111ll11111111gz1 llixx1111 Xushxillc XIZIIWXIHL' f,mml4111x1ill1' C.1111k1'1 iilr l3k'C1lIlll THE TWO SISTERS PAUSE FOR a coke Page 231 F RESHMEN Crittenden, jznnes T... ... .. Knoxxille Crockett. joe D. ,... . Crook. H'ilson lf. . Cross. Cliurles W. .. t.rout'li, ,Xnnis CL. .. Crouch, Bob .4,, Crouch. Nellie S. . . . .Huntingdon .. Clrestnut Nlound . .. Petros . Sparta . .Springlield . Byrdstown Crowder, l.ind1t ,. ..Red Boiling Springs Broun, Nlbflllil june, Crewe, Constance .. tiroxzill, Xlzirls Y.. . .. Crunk, XYillizun R... tluel, johnny D.. . .. Cullen, Rlt'll2ll'il XV. . Clunnnings. Dzlrid .-X. Cummings. Dorothy Ciundall. -Indy .... . Cypcrs. Shirley . . . Daniel, Dun ll. . Dznenporr. Bill. . Dznenport. Roy XV. . Dznis, jack IC. .. . . Dznis, Nlzrrcisx .... Dzlris, xlilflllll Nl. . Davis, Mary . Davis, Patricia . Deck, Peggy . . . Detoe, Jzunes li. . Defliilliford, kenneth Dellinger. Willizun R. . . Denton. Nlinston G. Disney, Dzuid Nl. . Dobbins, l'zrtrit'i1l . Dodson, Lyla . Dodson. Sue lltlflllllll. IA le Dornirk, bordon .X. l,Ul'l'iS,fi2llif S. . . Dorsey, jzunes R. . Douglas. Clmrles F.. Dowell, Glenn .... Dowell, Hugli Nl. .. . DuBois, -lane R. .. Dullcr, I'onnny .... Dudney, Kenneth D.. Duggan, jzunes C., .. Dunrzin. Leedzt .. Dunkerlcr..-tllen . . Durliznn. jnditlr . liclgeinan. .Xnnzt . Iidwznd, Beene Il. . lildridge. Dzuid XV. . Plllingboc, .john CI.. .. lillis.Dorz1 . . lillis. Nlartlm ... lillis, li. Clifton . .. lillis, Mary Clinrles lClliott. XYillizun Nl. . lilrod, Nornlzln 1... . linglzuid, Robert C... Page 232 Red Boiling Springs .. .. . ...Yonore . Unk Ridge ..Portlnnd .. ...jellieo . . Grecnbrizn' . Portland . . Cilliltllllltltlgkl . . Nzlslnille Cookex ille Tnlzzlionnl . . Pigeon Forge ... Ilodgenville. Ky. .. . . ,.Oneidz1 Lenoir City Giidsden, .Xl11. .Cookeville .Oak Ridge . .Cookeville . . .Xndersonx ille .X. ..... Nashville . Colombia .. . NIeNIinnxille . . .Grecnbuek . . Millington . Clinton . Doyle Knoxxille Nzxsln ille Gallatin . . . Pulziski . . Cllllllillllltlgll . .Clmttunoogzi . Detroit.Mic'l1. . .. . Cookcxille . .Hodgcnvillc, Ky. . . . . .... Cartlizige . . .. Sewierxille Oliver Springs .. .Naslnille Nasln ille .Decatur .Gallatin . . flllklllllllllllgil . lzrwrenceburg Doxvelllown lklllllllllllll . Robbins . Xluryxille . Soddy NlcNIinmillc . . Alt. Pleasant iws .... W ' 'Isa ::" , :I . ':S5?iiF:5:E3:3.I -""- 'XF' .rw My Ns 42. ,,,- . . ..-... .. iiiiif 235 - 'SZ' I ' 355 3933+ 2 . iq- DT 5. fr- me in in We 101 'Gln FRESHMEN I11N111. 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I.1II'I'X II S111111gI11'I1I 'ICIlx.IIIl II1II X11xI111II1' II:1xI1'1 lx1NI11'1' X11xI1xiII1' I11II11I111111z1 I,I1'11'I11111I X1'11lm1l D111 I11II IILN11111 11311111-xI1111'11 CI11rMxiII1' Unk Ri1lg1' i.I1.1Il.1111111g:1 UI1I IIi1I1111x X.1xI111II1' iIIi1111111 K.I1g1ll:1111111gz1 i1I1:11l:1111111g'11 i.1111I11'XlII13 iI1111I11'xilI11 NI1'111l1I1ix OI1I I I11I1111x 511111111 SI1111'l:1 BETTY AND THE BOYS CLEAN up afier 'che TWO coke party ,. .,-,1 -- 1 -ff , F 1 1 I W I ,1,.,.,1 I h I - 'X' 1 wr- 1.--.V M, ,mmwg nm ,... I , ,,.... ffm Q- M 3 an 1' 39 gps ,, , " . - :ju I A -' gg .: I 'ua f I CW' Ea. I2-' if I ' 1 31 Q ffl' 55 ,w,.2fS' ffiv, 45: I xw , Y UAK. 'Zane I Q 'Kit 'Z 'GL ,. QW' 'vim s new fa 11 guy Q I 48.3. ' .5 ., I ,.,.. 355 , N1 .ww vm 1, 1. , . ,4- Kf- 1 ff ,ya Page 233 FRESHMEN lfrzineiseo, Sidney C Fl'CClll2ill, l'zttrit'itt ,. . lfritlilell, Billie . lfnller, lletty . . l'llqll2l. Harry R. lfnlmer, -ltnly .Xnn . ,... Nashville . . . .Cookeville Clrzxttztiroogzt . . . .Pegrznn . . . .Donelson . ..,. lllntttztrroogzt l'lll'lll2lll. George ll. . long lslznnl. N.Y. l'nson, Robert lf. Gztllmun, Pznricizi Gznnlwle, Glntrles 'lf Gzirncr. Sliziron Garrison. lYilli:nn I Geer. Helen . .. George. Kenneth XY. . Gentry. llexerly Gentry, I.ot1ise Gentry, Xxlllllllll 0. GiIJIJS. llloytl .X. Gilllls, YYelclon Gibson. Dztrrell Gillwttrtli, Roy li. Gilmore. ,lznnes R. Gillen. Rolrert l.. Gilllztnr. Clrxnlene Gilliam. jasper l.. Gillilzlnrl. Nlzirx . Gipson, llnrlxirtt Glzisscorlx. William l- Glfnier. Alinnny Rav 6 . . , -loner. .lnnrnr Ray . Goznl, Jinnnx G. Golrel, 'lilnnnzts li. Goll. Carolyn ,.,. Golf. Rnlmy Colley. lqntlzt Goins. -lo .Xnn . Golrlen. Xlelxin Goltl. Hiltlzr Grace. Aaron Xl, K. . -rztlrnln. llorzrfe G. . Grant. Nlztry X. . .. Green, jolnnn' CI. Green, Sznnttel X. Greer. Bztrlxirzi . . .. Greer, XYilliznn ll. Gregg, john l'. Gregory. limily 9. Gregory, Oiel . .. Grillin. .Xllmert Grillin. Curl li. Grigslny. Nlicllztel Grissim, ll. kzii. jr. flI'llllC, Ronztltl XV. Groom. Nelson Grooms. lfrzinklin . Groomes, Rit'liztrtl Groec. XN'illitnn H. Grnlxlms. jtnnes l', lltlle, llowzntl l.. llzrle. Jinnny R. Page 234 . Nztslixille Oak Ridge ..... Sp.nt.i .. .Xltozi Yztslrxille ......,B1txter . .. Natslrxille . .-Iznnestown . . Baxter Xlt'l'itx'en . .Cztrtlnige .Xslilantl City ..NaSlrxille . .Newcornlm ..Mznlison ....Spzn't:l . .Xlgootl . Copperlrill Clex elzt ntl fi2llllCSllLll'U . Iixingston . Oak Ritlgt' . Oak Ritlge l.elxinon l.oretlo .. Coolxexille . Nztslrxille Xlt. llleztszinl tllmttznroogti . l.ynt'lilntrg . Spartan Rell Boiling Springs .... . . Slmztrtzt . . .. Daisy . Lenoir City Sevierx ille .. -I1ll1lCSlUlK'll ...Nztslrxille Nztxlrxille Cttrtlntge ..NzislrxiIle ... .Nlznlison Xlt'Xlinnxille . . . . -lzisper l,ClJ2lll4lll Lenoir Ilily ....l.intlen . . Slxzirttt . Nztslrxille . . liyrtlwtoirii West Xlonroe. l.zr, Xzislnillt' l'lCl'll1ll1lg1' .-,t ...eww . .. ..... 1 . ii . . .. . ..... R V my "' 5 ......, b 3 ,QQ 'fl ...A Q. '.'-" , IZ.. I. me R 1 irt R f f R it W ' -. ---' ':" ' f Y -W W Q y ' Q' is 1 . 'S' 1' W- 4 .nf ' ' t '0 'Y it 23? in W -A W r 4. . K lf' 4 Q W.. mag'-5' . 'SA Q., fgg, is in M . " 1 ','... 3 YES vw ..... 5 a my Yg 'Q 5' 3 H03 av- M . M Ea.: fl ..... .ww ,. ,Ag xx 1 Q R '52 - it 'xv FE? t , My Q ,,. .!""' 'faP"" lf' iz Q S 'K iw-H ....... "" ..-,. 1 - fr an in' fav- iii-ff als lui? 'fi M - .. 'Q' -123.1- ? 42' ll: R - r i R e R i f iz.. 4 ' -X .- ' we 1 1 f we X BUT THIS CLASS can't be closed FRESHMEN . 1. H Halls. Lillllil 5lHillg Cilx IILIHZILLIU. Iulu- Q-1.xmilIu fi HEL' - . Tw llulwll. Qlulm XY. I.ixi11gmm in Q- llillllilltlll. llvmx X. Oh! Hinkmy Egpg' lIz111l1l1cn1l1'L'c'. -lurk X, l.l'llUiI' Klilx 'Z M llzmxpum. ,ICIIX XI. X.:-hxillc A 5 Ilzmlcy. ,lnhn D. Cllurksxillv M lI:11'lac1'. Ixzm XY. f'1'lllCIXiHL' 1 1 "' llLIlllil1g.Allllill Silxc1'l'ui11l m ' we llnrmliwn. lim inl ll. l,c-xxislmlllg ' fig.. .. Il:1l'pC1', Ucrzlld XY. Xnsllxilla' wqilwrf WN 4, if lllIlYiY.ll1llIlt'i W.. Rmkxmuci nf A Ilznl. Hunnzllm , Ciuukvxillc ligarwcll. l'41l1'ici11 Dmxclwu 2 A, P '15 llgmx. I.2ll!f -I. Xuihxillv L L A if gifs 'W M A 11111l1u1f1.qlmm-S .IL llunxmillc. Am. V EMT , llilllll. I.zn'1w l'. fllllllllllllllgll ,V K' U 'WM x qv, " llgnxmw. lilllmmi X, Nllullmxxillv E ' fi , .i??E3?g:L A ll2lXL'5. .Iannu ll, XXi11c'l1mwlu1 fx b Ilzuvs. lilulzl Iimwxxillv M W f . ' Ilzlws. lrnnmic' , llixvlxlaxlc. Xlml. M 97 ' Q' llcclcllvwn. llumlillu Killgjlllll Llsw ' YK-3 h 9545.- Ilvixlwll, lznmw P.. lr. Unk Rislgv -W ,M lIml1lm1'c'n-. Xlxin IT, llmkxmml f , , .. 7':. A E lln'111l1u'L', livlwuzl llglxlmnl 5 b ::v :I lll'llllIl'll. blrzm lilmxxilla' . ' wg :.: ",'v Ilvllrx. l':nllizi4u Xlznryxillv D in Q., xr llt'IlnlCl'Nllll, glll'I'I'ilI Unk Rimlgv H' ' llvlmllcwwv. NIHIIL' U. XX111'llvulg - I 'fm' llvrmgm. Xlnxy fvllllillill W '56 lik 3? ' W .. 9, g! 3 i K. sfpvn 1 ar, i I Q.-cw , my v T' , M W-'sk 'Q an , J'-2' gi k ' w 4 -4""' Nha.. M 'Su-1 ' Ina. :W 5 3' L. by Page 235 FRESHMEN Herndon, Morris CL. . Hester, .Xlonlo ., Hicks. Martha .. . Hill, Calvin D. .. Hill, jes. se ll. .. Hill, lerrw l.. .. Hines, james l'. . Hindinan, Ronald li H inson. Tony NI. . Hodges. Ronald NI. Holdaivav. Rav If. . Holden. Carl li. llolder. johnny li. . Holder. Russell H. Holland. Xndrev .. Holland, Douglas Nl. . Holland. IVayne I". Holliday. jznney R. I Iolling. Hollings Hollowa Harry D. worth, .-Xnita v. Xlartha Ilolt. XYilliatn H. Honevfutt, Cecile . . lloots. Nedra .... Hooks, I'atric'ia . Horton, NYood5 N. Houston. joseph IB. Howlett. jack R. . Howse, Clary H, . Hnddleston, Neil l'. Hudson. Gloria .., Hudson. jc-rrv R. Hudson. -Rolihie Hull. Paul D. Hull, William C, . llufline. Gene Ii. . Hulhne. NVard T... Huffman. Kathleen Hughes, .Xlfretl H. Hughes. Glenn NI. Hulan. George H. . Hulette, Richard Hull. Ronald K. .. lluinlile, Ivilliani CL Huinphreys, Horace CL. .. Hunter. David R. . Irion. jark NI. .. Irwin, N lary . . jeilers. Charles H. jenkins. jenkins, j Ralph I.. jenkins, Margaret . jenkins, Ravinond I.. , . jenkins. Ronnie C. aines S., jr. jennings, Dolores .. jernigan, .Xudrev . . johnson, judy . . . jobe, jaines H... . johnson, Mary johnson, l'atrit'ia. . Page 236 . . Russellville, Ky. I,2:lYVl'CllCCl7llI'g . . , ,Donelson . . . . , .Clinton Old Hickory . . ,Colinnhia .., Cloluinlmia ... Nashville Hohenwald loinpkinsxille Chattanooga . . Dayton .. Nashville Chattanooga ..,. Sparta .Nashville . .Xvincliester Pikeville ... .. lirxvin . . .Oak Ridge .. .Oak Ridge . , ,Cookeville . . ,Rockwood ... Cookeville .. .Hermitage . ..Nle1nphis . . .Maryville ...Nashville ...Nashville . . .Cookeville Chattanooga Cliattanooga .... Nladison ,.. Granville . . . .Byrdstown . Chattanooga . .Chattanooga . , . . .Donelson . . . .Coltnnhia . . . .Ooltewah .. .Shelbyville . . . .Lexington . . Oak Ridge . Chattanooga . .Chattanooga .. .Nashville Paris .NIL Pleasant .. Helenivood . . Madison .,,Nolensville . ,XVhitleyville .,I.enoir City . .. Sexierxille . Chattanooga ... .. Sparta Atlanta. Ga. .... , Alma .. Cookeville . .Gaineslmoro Ke. 'Qi tt W' 'Sb 'km 5 KN fi' A BEANIE and a freshman start life at Tech 1 .xggmwvw FRESHMEN . . lulnllwu. Rimluzxnl XX. Nguluillm' Q, 3 rg mn' Iulxllsllbll. Hugh li. fzlllllllllllliigll Q 1 l1llIllNl41ll..IL'l'lj l., llLlIl'iIll2lIl A ni' lully. Xlzuy Ymxix " " luxuw. lhmix Xl. Silxn-1' Panini lmu-N, lcnx XY, SPLIIIJ i J K, , IUIIUS. l.4ll'l'f ll. llLll'l'illl1lll lom-s, Loyal CI. , 1-zlillusbom ,Qu 2 Sq.. luxxcw. Nunn lfzxycltmillc' MW -' v, ,, lmclam. Nlickcx ll, xxvlllllllllg Rf?" lmlrl. livrlxlvlll K llulkills. Rocklin' R, lu-glllxcx. lhllx C., Ixvglllllcw. lvllx NX. kvllx. 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D 'jj Q ,.,., ,. , 5 f 3 f H wh ISll0XXll3,'l.llldIl .XZ lNIll35lUll ,,,,,,., K ,,. by li EAW, knlin. Rirliziixl XX. illinllaiimogai . V V me V. l.lll'lCYl'l'. .IUNL-lclzi . , , , Spzirtzi l :f"' ' if V Q uul, ,.,V,', i I.L'Nl1ly, Rox XY. . . fllilllllllllll Q fi gi v..,.... . ,. , 'I lucy, 'l'oni N, , ,, l3L'm'lici'1l " " , ""' ' ' lv ,,,, lmlml. l.lll'l'X UM. Kingston Q 1- Q ,S :" I iimii, Nulm- ny . om ililm-5 .. '14 ,Q E .-Q 'fi-A vi- ' 4- l.11iicz1slci'. Billy , Ciuiilmimillc A " liniclrcss, ,lznncs H. Cllizillznimigzi ' leaf' I, E -i X Lunc,lknlxnu . , Kingqnnl igggi ll 'T li2lllliliUl'll. Dayton I I.2lllg'SlUll, Alciiy XY. l.2lS2lli'l. Ucnrgc Ii. Lzlllizlni. litlly . Lzlllizini. Suiirlrzi ,. IAIWSUII. C-airy D. l.1lwsrin, mlm' NI. l,zlwmii, l.in1lzl I.uync, l.cmnn'1l R. l.1lylll', Rnliuil ll. liniiv. Williznn XY l.c.i. lannw W. l.ccllic-lIm'i', Rcilzi l.cc. Glcmlzi I", . I4-c, -lznncs XY. l,u-, ,lnzninai l.a-L-. Nlznslizi , lm: Nlanwal 1.4-0. Rilai . . Lcllnimli. Gary IJ. Lewis, liclwin G. Lewis, Ciwcn .., Llfwix. Nancy . Lililwy, -Inks . Liles, Rucfc ., Link. Rolicrl l.. Lisli, Nliriznn .. l.Icn'c'lIyn, Curl R. lining. Qlxnncs W. l.min, lYzlllz1c'c 'lf l.uwc, Uicl H.. lll Lowe, I'u1i'inia1 . ., Long. lilmlccnzi .. . Loy, llzlrolml . . . Lynn, llolin .X. . . I.unn, Phillip .X. . Xlckclziim, Clziil R.. .li Nlc'l5l'i1lL', Clznolyn Nlcliryzili, Sliciiy . xlfc-llll. -Iilllll Ia, ..... Mcllziliililmcll. .Xllcn Nlm'CIzin'lL'y. klzinc Ellen Xll'flllll'l'. Clzimlyii Xlm'Clll:i'L', Riflizircl 1 Nldimikcy, AILIIIICS XY Nlrfimixicll. Alnmly Nlcflmiiiiclx. Kcnnclli H Xli'CIni'inick, Rclial Page 238 ..fl1ll'lll2lgC Xslilznnl City ...llillslmoni ,Xaislnillc . lhnivlsmi .Xlfml l.cnuii' Clili fllC'XK'lllllCl .., Nlzulisnn .. XVllilwc'll xvllfllllllg lfllllllllll Oncirlal Spzlrlal flciulxcx illc Lansing llunkmilll' , Lunlwxlllc' Yzislix illc lizixlvi' Nlorrisfni .Xlhc-ns . Nzislivillc llillslmuru l'cIl'us . Xaislixillc l'lI'1llll4llll Cllnillziiioogzi Nlcnililiis , Xc'n'pni'I , Cncikvvillc . ll:n'i'nn:in ...Spring City Su icrvillc NIcNliinixillc . Nzlslivillc' Xzlsln illc , Spurlzi ., lllcxclzniml .. fillflllilgl' . Nzislivillc ... ..,CI00kc'xillc Illlllllllklll Xlcnipliis .Xllicns lllcxclziml . Cllinlon l.ivingxlrni -uw E . -13 11 it -new g jam ,ffm .vm- gp!! E M' li f is i X Q. if 5 gi KX FRESHMEN Nlmflluly. C-L-u1gc.X. I.IlI'1lIClIl' NIi'CI'L'2lI'f. lTliI1011 IS. l,z1I"ul1c11c' Nlmflully. llgnici P. . . 811111111 XI1'lJo1111I1I, RuI1c1'1 IJ. .. Ciulumhial XI1'lfc1'1'i11. Nlilnllul . I"1IIl'IIL'NIIIK' XICIIIIIIV. IIm1':11'1I IS. IDu111'Im11 NImK111111'1, ClI1:11'l41I1c' Cllcxclullml NI1'Kc'11li4'. I'I1ilIi1J R. , , Ill7gL'l'SXIIIl' XInI,z11'lx. ll111'l1'x' Y. Cluulxcvilla' XIcCLi1111is, Alunncs I'. .. .fIIl1Ill1lIIOUg1I NIcNIiIl1111. ISL-lly Sm' . VIIIIIIXIIIUIIIII NIIXIIIJIJ. l.z111'1 I".IUIX'lIII XlcNcw, Imxis W.. c'llIIIIll'IIkllltI Cup NI1'l'c1c-ms. x1lIIl1IlI func .W111-IIw111'g.g XIl'I'IlL'ClL'l'N. R0c'I1cIIc ,X1111., . IICLIIIUI' NIm'Spz11I1I4-11. KIUIIII .,., xI2llIISUIlXIIIl' xIk'SN'IIlCI. Il111'1'yID. . . N:1sI1ViIlc' Xlulmry, -IUIIIIIIL' . CII1:1l1:111u11g11 XI:1cIlI11x. Maury A1111 . ,... . Ihlxlcr Nlualalux. IIIUIIIIIII' Cl, Y.. . ,l1lIIICSIOIX'Il Xl111IrI11x,Yi1gi11i11 I.a1111' , . Cluukcvilll' XIQIIOIIC. Iillmu K. . . X:1sI1x'iII1' XILIIUIIC, XX lIIlillIl Ii... ..... Nz1sI1viIIm- NI111111. Rnlmvrl A. . KIIILIIIZIIIUOQLI NI111'sI1:1II. I.0wIic ,xllll KLIIISRIS City, NIU. NIz11'1i11. IIZIIIIIS I.. . ,., c.Il1llI2lIIllllglI XI2ll'IIIl..I1llIx K... . 517111111 Xl:11'Ii11. I'I1yIlis -In-1111 I.:1I4c ilily Xlusscy, IicI1si11 O. . . Xsl1I:1111I lilly NIZIIIICISS. Rulwrl Iimmxxillc Xluy, lIz1111c-s lf... ... .. XI'a1Vc1'Iy NI:1yI1c'1'1'y. IIL'I'IlIlIII CI. . Cicmukcvilln' Nlzzxwc-ll. llauid Ii. . ISQIXICI' Nlcucluws. -lurk I... , .. . , 1-11i11c5I1u1'u NIcciIi11. I.ulz1 Nlui ..l5Iu1r111i11g1m1 Springs NIL'IIIIIUI'lI. I'I1iIip ... . xx'2ll'lIJlll'g XICIIIIIUYII, Rulxcrl M. . . Wa11'1IJ111'g NIe1'C1IilI1. I.c11y -Imcc Illl'IICl0WIl NIicl1cII, ISL-11111111 Nz1sI1x'iIIc XIicI1IIc1u11. Phillip I.CIX'I5IJIlI'g Nliller, Rmmic W. . ,,.CII111111111m10gz1 NIirc'I1clI. I,111'1'y Il. I.1lhIt'Ill'L'I7lIl'g NI11c'I11'II, I.i111I:1 . . IIIIKISIUIVII XIilc'I1cII, 'lun Il. . .K-uurllvllsxillm' NI1Ic'I1cII, Ifillllllf II. . Cful11111I1i:1 Xlilchcll. IX'iIIi11111 X. . Sparta XIu111'uc. I.1ll'l'f R. . Old IIi1'k01'y Xluorc. ,Iuycc I,o11is0 , . CILIIIIOIIII Nluurc. K1-1111v1I1 H. I.11I"11IIc111' Nluurc, IViIIi:1111 NI. . Cl:11'1I1:1g'c Nlmwc. IYIILIKICZIII I'111'Lc1' . Clzmkcxillv Nluuty. IIIIUIIIIIS Ii. XCWIJUII Nlnrsc. 13111111 , Xanshxillm' Xlorris. IYJIIIIC H., .W11sI1i11glu11, IJ. fi. Nloss. .I114IilI1 .Xllll , Unk Ridgc Nluycrs, livolgc . ,... l"11yL'l1miIIc Nl11IIic'z111. IYilIiz1111 EI13 .. XIc'NIi1111viIIc' Xl11IIi11ix. .Ic1'1'y D. . KILIIIIVNIOXVII XI11IIi11n. XIQ111 IAIIII lIu1vIw1'iIlc' XI11s1'. IX'iIIi:1111 YY. . Xusllxillc- 'Q' 'S' -N ww ,pw 'v Page 239 FRESHMEN XI1z111, C.l11l1' 5, Xl1':111, l,r11'c1lz1 . . IXlXIl1lll,R0gL'l ll. . . Y11l1411's. CIl1111l1w li. NAIL: -lllllll X. Nupic-1'. Allltlxll' I.. NL'2ll,f1lklLlXi XVIII. XX'illiz1111 l.. Nemo, fIll2llll'i XX'. Nciclcll. 611111 X. X11111111. lIl1111l1-5 R. Yirlmls. -l1lllll's ll, Ni1l1ols. Nla1111'i11c- Xl Nichols. R11l11'1'1 XV. XIX. -lz1111cs l'. . Nixon, l5L'XL'l'lX l.. 0'l1r11111111', Y1111111-I XI Ogle. Rc111z1l1l nl. Ogle. S1lllllIl'l QI, fII1XCI'.c1lLlX ll. . Olixer. 1:11111-s ll. . fJIll0IllIlllll'H, XX'illiz1111 11 OXcf11l. Xllllllll . IIUICII. lfvlix li. f,UlCll, II111111-1' X. O'RL'111'. llz1xi1l XY. fill. lll'll'll l. UQI11111111-. .l11l111 I., fISlJ11l'll4'. l'a111l R. X,XXt'1lS.lJ1!ll2l Xl. l':1111l:1l1s, I-uw X'. l,1lI'illlL'. c.Illlll1'N l'z11'is. l.1lllX fl. l'z11'is. R1111x1l1l li. I,2ll'liCl', -l1lllll'5 CI. l'llI'liCI', l'z1111i1i11 X. l'2ll'liCl'. R11l11'1'1 K.. l'z11'Lx. I.ll1X KI. l'z11lQ5, l1111 ,X, l'111'1'011. lI1ll'lJ11l'2l X. Pz1s1tl1:1ll,'l11:11111 . Pz1111111. I'z111'i1 in li. l'1'111lc1'g1'11xs. R1111:1l1l l'c1'ke1's1111, XIZIIX XI. l'1f1'ki11s, Rugm' XY. I'c1'ki11s1111. xl2ll'X li. l'c1'1'ig11. llvwcy Ci. l'c1c1's. ll11l111 'lf P1-1161. CIl1111'li11c l. Petty. ll:11'11l1l l,. l'li171'1, R11l1c1'1 Xl. I'l1z11'1'ix. Xz11111 l,. l'll2ll'l'lS, Slllllllll Ll. l'l1illlI1w. ljilll XX'. Pl1illl11s,1J1111a1l1l ll. l'l1illil1x, RCII1111 l'l1ilp111, C.l1111lcw lf. l'i1'kell. Ri1l1:11'1l lb. l'lL'1'K'C. 1511111 X. l'i1'1'1'c'. ll:111i1'l I'. Page 240 NIISIIX illc llq-111c1'1 ills' fllllll 111111111g11 411111101 ille- l'ilw1ill1' f1l'lIllLl lly 1'1lsl111s'11 . I11111lXc'1'illv l'z11'1'1111sx illc l.c11'Cl111 1-x1i111'sl1111'11 XI111'u'illc 511211111 .Xlguml XX':11c1'111w11 Ccurlxcxilln' Xnsln illc' SC1 iclwillc . l511x1c1' Xl11111 . l.llXX'lClll'lfIDllIg . l11111Cls1111 CIli1111111 Onlulallu Ozllxmlulc YLISIIX illn- Xll1C11x I lz11'1'i1111111 011k Riclgc lJi1lxs1111 Lllill lilllllilgil lS11x1c1 xlllLlli11ll I1cl1z1111111 ,la11111's11111 ll Ilz11'1sxill1' KIZISIDCI Kluokcx illc N1-wl1c111 IS1 l'llSl0XX'll CLo1'1lc111s1'i llc XX':11c1't11w11 C.l11111z1111111g:1 XIISIIX illc CIl11111z1111111gz1 In-1111111' fllll lllllgl' !'1111kcx illc' N11sl11'illc C1:11'1l1z1gc XZISIIX illv S111'i11gl1Cl1l 11111111 illv Nzlwllxillc' .Xluul CI1111kc1 illc XI:11'11ill1' l.1'1111i1' C111 -l411111-s1c111'11 fIlk'X'l'l1ll11l Kb 'WW 'Z' -in Gm 3 if FRESHMEN Pills. .john X. Pillkmlull, Doris .. I,iIll'Y, Llllzlrlcs lf. l'ippil1.I'nllI XI. Pllllllx. Lanl O, l'lc-mlms. pllllkll' Xl Pm'lL'r, Rollzl. Posey, joe XY. , POIKCY, Judy , Pulls, Cl12ll'lL'i. . SL'llll4'l ,xICllllJlllS .Oak Ridge- fllmkcxilll' 15ClLllllI Ringgold, 1-ll. Spring ilily . . ,l'12H'l'illl1lll ..., .f,llCillll ,Pigeon lfurgc l'owcIl, Lhzlrlcs ,4,,. .... . Donclslm Powell, Ralph l'mw1'. Joscpll XY.. ,. l'1'zl1c'1', -lorry R. . Pl'zllc'l'. 5I2ll'g2ll'L'l l'l'1llL'1'. Nano l'1'il'c. VIQIIUIIIHN l'ri11c'c'. llmmzu . l'l'llL'Il. l'1'1lllL XI. Pxlxlla, Xllll'i0!'iLf flllllltjll. xllllilbllll P Quinn. ERIIIICS .L RLIIIIPICS. illmmlulll' RLIIIISUF. Buhlmy lx Rzlshllry, NIL-llmxl Rawlings, .xIlgl'l2l Rzlx. lzlllull R. lillyc. I.2ll'l'f D. RCLIQZIII. Nlany Rvalgzxll. R2llllll'll l,. ..Nzlshxilll- Ciookcx illl- . fmllkllillglf , Cookcxillc: NIcNIil1m'illc' l.fllL'l1lJlllkg Xzlsllxilll' fQlllllL'SIJ4lI'H 'llcnllm .Cookvx illv .,. Nzlslnilll' . Oak Ridge- NllNIil1milIc- .llunlpsllin .H1lI'l'iIll1 , HllIllNXilll fQUl'Ll0llNN illl . Klrmsx illl' lvlllllllllllllil NO, THIS lSN'T a sock hop ig, W, M sn. wx '65 si A -wf fl. P N16 A fi ,,l., E , - ,l.,,l 1 I Qisfiigggfffzi W I P hw.. du- - 1. 3.- 'Q' ,wa wwf' gf' 4 FRE SHMEN Rc1l111z111, Glen 1... . Vl'll0IlllDSUll 5111114111 Recd, lC1'wi11 B.. lll'yllUl Rcynol llK'f'IlUl mls, Cl1z11'lcs R. els, I.cz1 Nl... . mls. Nlldlil S. Rl1L':1. lYillJL'1'11 R. Rlmcly. .Xusliu li. . Rirll, l'c'1'1'1' C. .,... . RlC'llkll'llS, liCllllClll .X RlCll1ll'llS, Sz1111l1'z1 . Ric'l1lo1', Susan. .. R ix'c1's. Slllllillll Rulilmilis. Holbcrl ., R11I1c1'sc111, jcrc W.. .. R11l1Lr1'sf111, 'lllUlIl2lS XX RHI lL'l'l s, Wullzifu CL. Rolmcrls, XVilli11111 'lf ll11gc'1's. Sz111cl1'z1 . R1111l1.4lC1'1'1' ,X, . Russ. llllllll.. . ROWZIII, Nlziry R.. ,. Rowclc 11, hloscpli CL. . R01'SlL'l'. jack ,X. . R11sl1i11 gx C1lz11'c11c'c .L Russell. 111154-I1l1 Y. Ruswll. l.111x'1c11u- NI. Ruwvll. XYilliz1111 l'. . Russvll, XVi11slc111 ll.. Ryl'lll'l S2ltllL'I'. S1lllCC, lL'l', 'l'l1r1111:1s ll 12111165 l. jack D. .. S1lllllDlCTY. Nlilflrvnl 51lllll3SK'll. Ro11:1Icl ll.. Sillllllllll. PC4110 IQ... ll11111i11i S:1wyc'1', QIIIIIICS XY. 811101-s. lSz11'l1111':1. Scz11111cllz1, Joe R. . . Sc':11'lcll, F1'1111kli11 ll. . . Scales, l'.1lw111 I... . . Sfllgglll, -Izlnmfs W.. Smit, lSz11'lJ:11'z1 .L . Small. ,I11111cs li. . Stull, .lznncs I... . . Sexton, l.z111rlo11 KZ. . Scwcll, .l11cliIl1 . Sevier. 911u11cl1'z1 , Sm ic1'. .li1111111 CL... Sc-lls. Yi1i:111 .. Sll2lilill'll, Cllurlcs W. Sll2lll'l'l'. Basil R. . gllllllllTNCl', R411 I... Sllllfll, llzuirl .X. Slmrp, -lcswc l., Shaw. l'.llllllL'll lx. Sllljllilll. Ronm' Il. . SllUL'lIlllliCl', jznncs IS. . . Slmrl, Cllllllyll .,,, SllllllS, Bcity ..., Sllllllhilll. RIZIIIICS IS. Suns. Xkvwln-1 I1. Paqe 242 Cll2lII2lllOOgZl ...mljllflllll .. .CllL'Vl'lllllIl Nl111'f1'ccsl1o1'u .R41m'liw11111l ..lN'z11'1l1111'g . . . . .Sparta .. .Knoxville ,. .KlllgS1JiDl'l ...Nzlsllvillc . ,Ki11gsI011 ...fIz11'11ill1- ...Dz11'iclw1111 Pikcvillv ....Nz1sl11iIIc . .Hz11'1'i111z111 ....Nz1sl1xiIlc ,..K11c1x1illu . .Cookuxillc . ..Nl1lI'yNlll4.' .....,'Xll1u11s ... Nusllvillcr Alz11'kw11 ., X11sI1x1IIc- . . ,xllIt'llS . ll'1llCl'l4lWIl ..O:1k Ridge' Pctlisxillc. O. . XllSllYlllC' . Cuolacxillc- 01111 Ridge .,,Hz11'1'i111z111 01111 Republic: ..l.y111'l1l1l11'g ,. Kkoisxillm' .NIL l,lCZlSllIll .... .lizxxicr ...Huillsvillc ....Pikeville .Rods lSlllllll ,l,ClCl'Slllll'g . .P6ICl'SlJllI'Q . HclC1111'11r11l . . . .Co11cio1'cl ... Nuslnillc- . .Coirkcvillv ..Bf'l'llSlUl1'll YYz11'1l1111'g l.z111'1'c11mcl1u1'g .... cllilllllll . .Sc1'ic1'1ilIr' ..l.L'XVlSlJlIl'g SI7I'lllQlIl'l4l . , .Rol'k11'o11rl .,filCVC'lllllll ...,Cli11lr111 .Ncwlmorl ...,Sp:11'I:1 , l.411'1'II11 'QF ik. W 'Ulf ww KH .wk . N? 1 glam ...-fl 2 4 if as-.li Wi ,paw 'giuunv wif' if gi... , Adv an fin. 1. my .5 ,. .iw ' ., ...... , H V. " "TIEEfIf:Il'f1.fEf,.I'3fE 's L ' M -..-. . A , 1 ' 1.:5'zge2gzg1zge'Q:g: - " 1 .2 an .. . 1 :.' . ..:..:s1:5:p::.sz:-in f . ,gg - 1- 1' :al i 1 im? yum FRESHMEN Simtmms. Ruhcrt H Simmons. Ciatrltttttl Simtmmds. llumtliy. Skttllmzttt. Yittut' If.. SkiIIt't'tt, 'I Imtnztw R. Slztglc. Betty Smith. Cllzttcttu' Y. Smith, Hilcy IS. Smith, 'Ihztxtott . Smith, Kcttt If. Smith. RcIlL't'c':t , Smith. IIIIIII Ii. Smith. Surat Smith. Xhtxttt- Smith. XYiIIiztm I. . Smithstxtt. john I". , Spzttktttzttt. Rnht-rt 'I Sptttktttzttt. Ittat Il. Spztttglcr. Pzttat ... Spztinlmttr. King X., SIJICUI1 Cl. , Stztttlcy. Matty In . Stattttott. .latina-s Ib. . 'Sl2tl'llt'S, .Ivtry Il. , Stcpltctts, 'Iimtwthx lx StL'wztt'l. CLt't'ztItIittc' Stcwzttl, xlttclith . Stc'tt'ztt't, NVLIIIIL' Iillim Sttmc, Matty .., . Storey. -Itttttcs R. ., ,. ..NIt. I'ltr1mtttl ...I'iLttviIlc ... ,Old Iiitlgury ,Xtht-its , . . Smith Coulwx' i I Iv , Nlattttltcstct' Spring City .,NztsItxilIc Clutttztttotrgzt Old Hickory .,Clttt'LsxiIIt' IIIIIZIIIUIIIII Xlt. Plcztsttttt . Clulttmhiat Ilcrtttltm, Ky. . . Iluylt' ,lhtylc , . Kttuxxilla' Oztk Riclgt' . Xlgtmtl .. Ilohhitts . , Scx'i4'l'xiIIc I It-ttticrwttx tllc .Iivittgstmt , Iiztxtct' Sutltlt -Dain Hatrrimzttt Nztshx illi- Oztktlzthr Page 243 FRESHMEN Stringer, Nanny V.. . Slnairl, Leslie II. SLutL,Jol1nl-1... . . . Sullivan, Wznnlu june Sunnners, Clliurles NI. . SIlIlllllCl'5,.l1lllll'S R.. . . Snnnnerxille, .Xllen H.. Snler, Rini jo . . .. Tullent, Paul D.. .. Tzlllent, lYilliznn l.... illilllllll, Mzirgzirel ,..,.. Taylor, llurry 0... Taylor, Bobby .,,,. Taylor, Clnrrlem li. . . . Taylor, Furline. . . Taylor, juice I-'zn . . Taylor, Suruli I.on .... Teague, cill1lI'll'N D, .. Tenpenny. l.lIIIlIl . Tensley, I.zn'ry .L .. Terrell, Clnrrles R. . . . . 'llllOIIl21S, Charles l,.. . . Tlionias, Noel D. Tlioinpson, Ajinnny I... Tliolnpson, Virginia Sun 'l'lmrnlon, Rnasell 0. 'l irlwell, Leon R. . Ticlwell, l.inil1r Sue. .. Tipps, XVilliznn NI.. .. Trew, Donald . Tndcl, Grady . . . . Todd, R0l1erLA. . . Tollett, Lu Vernal ,... Toney, Waller l... Tuoker, Roslyn . . Tucker, Belly Jenn Tneker, Clyde XV. . . Tune, Mictliznel W. Turner, Ronald C.. . . Turrenline, Williznn A. Tuell, Ruth Luuise. . . Tynes, Lzxrry IL. . . . . lllliClI1l3.l1lI, Orrin Ii... Underhill, Ralph YV... Underwood, Brenda ..., Upchurch, Robert Ii.. , Upchurch, Waller C.. . . Vnclen, Larry NI. . . Vaughn, Cliurlee O., III Yann, Shirley .Xnn Verhle, Pznil . Voss, Belly I.on .... WV:1gster, joe IJ.. . XVz1ldrep, Teclcly Ii.. . . Walker, Charles . . Walker, Jznnes D.. . . XVz1lker, Lyle W.. . . . .. Yllrlker, Sznnlru Rnlli XYZlllL1CC. llorllizi Clllillfll Nvllllifll, Bill'll1lI'Zl Xnn . Page 244 . .Nlonlerey . SllXillIIlIIll .flllzltluinmgal filllllllllllllbgil lirrnrnsxille .. Nznslixille ....,-Xlumu . .Greenlxrizir . Spring Clily ... . . . ,Spzirlzl ...ulllevelnncl llixsnn Springs . . ,I-'zryeilexille . . . Sweetwater . ...klaryxille . llowellluwn Dneklmrii -Ioiieslmm . .xYlll'II'1ICLI . . .ClCX'LTlllllll .....Nasl1xille ..SlDIIll1 I-Iarriinzni . .Silx er l'einl Nleinpliis . . . .... .Xlguml . .Kingston . Oak Ridge . ,Xl'I'Ilill1l.l'll1I. . . . . .ililllllllltllllll Ringgold, Gai. ..lYeat l'uinl .Lenoir tiny .....DnnI:ip ....Nz1shwille . .Centerxille .. .,Clinion . , . Lynchburg . . .Nashville . .Knoxxille . Shelbyville . . . . .Athens . . . .Nashville ..Millinglun . . . Iirlanger, Ry. Cliarlzlimogxr . . .Spzlrlzr . . . .l5Y1'flSIOWll . hI0lll.CI'Cy . Mllirylon .. Crosnille . ..Xz1sl1xilIe .flllllllllllilugil Ifziyellex ille .IjlTilll'lIl Clliuluiiioogzi .. . .l.lVlllgSlOll .Nzrslixille . Cllexelalnml Xzislixille .Nzulixille 'KM-f mf- , bw-wr kv Nqr, PK .nu f AE . In 'Q 1 ax ION 'hu 'QW' Q ff- 4-on ,Q war X I I I J 'S Rig? GT X . ,- If ,A ..f1,..., Q J 3 ,wb , H 5, 9, 'F ?'2I:"5'- Q r FRESHMEN Wultmi, Slizlmn. . . Ward, janies Clark . . Waffle, Rzilpli L.. XYRIICICS. Cecil, jr.. . Xlfutts, Clint lx... .. Watson, llumlcl PI.. . . Watson, Ray. . . . Watson, 'lllomas C.. . Weathers, james C., jr.. XYebb, Billy li.. . . . XYelJb, Donzxltl YV.. . XYelmb, Jzunes H.. . . Webb, .lmnes K. . YYCIJID, Mary ...,.. . Weber, George YV. . . Weber, l.em1zn'd XX'elc'li. Cemile ... West, B2ll'iD1ll'2l .. Nest, Gerzilnl West, l.1lI'l'y C... XYOSL, Silllillll ..., . lYllC2lIUlI. llant lf. Wllisler, l.L'UllUliZl . White, llilmlzi . .. XX'hile. Robert . Wliiterl, linrlon lf.. .. lvllllifll. Cueluml R. Witt, Linfln ..., Wliittaker, Robert. lf. Wliittenmrc. Brendan . . Oxlk Ridge ... ...Sparta .. Creenback . . . . Benton . . . Olrl Hickory .....,.CCllll2l . . Scvierxille . . . .NIciNlinnx'illc .New Orleans, Lu. . ..BIcMinm'ille . lfziyettexille . . . Rickman . Smithville . . .. Lenoir City .FL Worth, Tex. . Cookeville . .Dayton Donelson . 'l'lll'llClUlVll ... fi2llllCSlJ0l'0 ..,'lilll'llCIOWll . . . hlannestnwn . fvlllllllllllliigkl ....CIm1kexille . Knuuille ..Nl2lCllS0ll . . Unk Ridge . Spring Cily . .Cookeville . . . Maryville THE FRESHMAN CLASS GETS a lesson on school spirit . ,..... in . . , S J, - Z Kita. FRESHMEN THE FRESHMEN LOSE THAT lost feeling at ihe freshman mixer Ullillvlllult. 4,l1.nnIu ll. lluylmx ,':- 1:-in X N Hxllmmn. Xlgnlurlm X, llilllxml M I ag' J' XX llif. l'1,llgL'lll' , Xlguod ff xxlllilllllx XIIIIL' IlllllL'NlHN'H wwf ' XX lllizmu. l1k'IIIliN Clluxnilln' . XXllIilll1IN.l,l!XlliN l'.1IlXI11lI Nxlllilllllk xxillilllll xxfllllllllg XX lllix, linulslvx I IIHZIIIUIIIZI Tag an K :K 'li XXIIIIIUIV, lizuxlmm Xlunmillc 'ik ' M.- xxllllllifll. Rlllllllll 4.. Xlgmnl y ,psa Swv Cf?- wfi ' f Q 'Nw ia Qui'-. i,,,,m:. I fn, I H Fw' X, W4 55 913' Ms' Y Qian, W, x , 1 'SB I .. Q: , X inf" xxlllllillglllllll. l.lii!llK'HlK' Xlmnmc xxllxllll. liulmln l.. C.1'mxxill1' V- -...: , . xxllitbll, lhmgllml il. Xlwrliu gf XXIINHII. Dun S. Crusxxillc' ? g 3 XX llwn. 'Im' Clgnkxxillc 'QV' in was as 'Y 'Ur Q XXIINIYII, klmu' 5lJLllLl.l 'fn ay- N. xXIllll.51l1I1llt'I ll. Ynxlmxillc T' w PM A xXllIill'1lll. Hzumlan gilllllil WV Q .-'i 1A.2: '1XlNl'l, l'11l1in i.: XIQIIILIICNIVI Y i 'f ' Q Ilt'.fIl12lI'lL'x l , Xguhxillc XXuIi.Il1mx ll. ihzlllzlmmggl A ' .3 154. at at XXUIIL: Slvpllml XI. Oullmsull .-ww W ""' XXmllz1ck.lJi1k S. Xla Xlinmilln' N RWM XXnuc!. Lurlix I,. xlLxIiIlIlXiHl' Mn'HuUpr" Q MUNI. Imlullu Clmlmmmgu Xxlbiltllllll. Xzmu iulllllzlgv Hmlllillglml. lllIlt'l xlllllCllK'ill'l sm uk' SZ.. M XXm'lI1inglm1. Ilclvn xIlllHIlK'Nll'l' L Q A F xxliglll. lzukin- fQllHIlliII Q4 I M Xhiglxl, Rugul cv.lIllIlIgt' W 8 I Page 246 1-1- in hd: IS THAT BOOK really thai good? Bi 3, ,Af TECH ENTERTAINS the Froslw girls! SPRING BASEBALL pracirce? Y 7 I NEVER CUT Public Programs! XX right. Saunnny li, . C,Ic11n111xx t A Q , Wliglll, 'I rzuix W. Xlnmlivm "" 6 sn' XX'1ighl.XX'illial1l1 ly. Olal llim 'V Wxnn, Rulxcll lf.. .. ., Scximxillc Mrung. Rcrlxcll , ,CI1mkcxiIlQ' rung. Xlillgzllvllt' Xl. Lllalllznmnmngzl xtbllllg. -Iulm ll. , . Nznllxillr an rung. C-cm' llcmlcmwmillc wk. XUl'Ill1l Rlllll .l1llIlK'NIlHkll I Il'l4lllI', Imlliw , . ..f:ll2III1lllHUg2l 1 Page 247 BILLY GRAMMER, from the Grand Ole Opry, enierlzains Tech audience with "I Gotia Travel On" N EW STUDENTS .Xplrlu S3 lx in 111112 my ,Xslux Xugclzl Iillcn Mn., lizlss, Ralph rl5l'.j . lgllllgll. Hill 414113 l5l'LlxL'Il.f,ll1ll'lA'x R. fI"1.j Iiillnm. lxllllllx 'SIRI Blllglllllll. lfllllllil Lou qlfr lilamka, .lulm ,L llllll .. fiullvy. I.iml1l Sofj Clouk. Nornmn D. Mug Cnpv. l'zuI5y fl"11Q,, . Lupu-Izllul, lluycl rlwyb CI1'm'k1-II. l'llUlll1lS.Illl' Hufl A W N ,L V ,Q Dlllllbl. -luck lllrfy Duns. xlxnncs lI'1.p Din is, uluyu' flfllj l'2ll'Illl'I. Bully R. rl'1'.j , !'1sl1n'x. lfllllllllll 4l'l',j lfriffvll. lkniml rI'1'.r laullcr. lflllll' l'1llgC'IH' nlfm K-usa, -lznncw CL. qlflxj , . f.l'L'n-114-, Maury IIJIHD . K , . , sl'C'gKlI'x. kann 114111 llalnkmgm, lwmx :lm 13111111-I, lnlm R. Maj C.l11-x ,Cookcx illc ..l.CllOlln City Ulml Hll'lKl1l'?' Knlilmcslmw f.llllll2lllHIPgll ILIIIILNIUXS ll , Ozxkclulc ,XVUUCllJllI'y , Xzxslnilln' NILXIinmillm' Sllllflil .. Sllzlrlzl .xlllL'llN . I lllllllllblllll x Chase. Xld. clllllllllllilllgil VIZIIHCMCIWII ,..I,rmmlrnl Clunkcx ills' flocvkcx illc' Ozlli Riclgc' Llmzxllzlnnwmgn .. . Spzrrlzl xl1ll'lXlllK' clllllllllllllbgll llznriwn. lll'l9lllCl llflpp Xrulmull W . J ,wa Ilnrl. llulvn llfllb . .NYu1'll1111g Hczums. Rulxcrl llilfl Hvtillltlll. llllL'.'l1lllIl'NB.xl"l'.l l,:1Lc'.l111ma1Imkgu. Xi, lllllllK'I'. XX. f.1'1.llsl ll"1,b Loukcxillv Page 248 Wood bury l nun may Clliatlzumogu . .Scvivrvillc Spring ilily . .I,l'iP1lllOll ..4.fil'.iill1l , Livingston .,,Nz1sIlxiIlc . Oak Rirlgc lllil is ll ...XYI1ilwcIl Xzuln illc ,, ilrossx illc CIM vlzilld ..,..,Spu1'tzx . , A .l-'orbus flllzlllilllougil , .ILIIIICSIHWII .,KillgSlUil . .frlliillllll Richzml -ilili . Klmxxillc H2ll'l'illl2lll Conkvx illc , Sllillill .ClmmkL'xillL' I lllillllfllllll ilumxillz' fiillllllllllilbgll XX111'llmlu'g l.ixingmm NEW STUDENTS lla if r i , ' 3 Q Page 249 organizations ' , . 5135? mmm ,.4..a Wit? 'tk Ji emu g . Fil L? f ., .. :ami-. ff. wir CHURCH OF CHRIST STUDENT GROUP-Row 1, C. Chisam, Group Leader: E. Price, Jr., Asst. Group Leader: B. Creel, Secretary: E. Jones, Treasurer: M. Thomp- son, Recreation Chairman: M. Willis, Attendance Chairman: C. Flowers, R. Cribbs, Chairman of Program Committee. Row 2, A. McCord, L. Myatt, A. Smith, T. Dedmon, H. Brown, W. Pate. Row 3, R. Sims, F. Jones, A. Masters, C. Moody, D. Fox, M. Jenkins. Row 4, J. Knowles, L. Sain, C. Grissom, J. Cole, R. Eng- land, G. Lowe, lll. Row 5, C. Collins, M. Elliott, B. Dennis, J. Carr, M. Combs, P. Judd, L. Alexander Church of Christ Develops Character Striving lo build Cllirisliun Cliarzleter, develop- ing leaclersliip znnong its young nien. leaching Bi- ble trullis. zlncl liUTlIllllllllllg interest in eliureli work, are the :minus ol' the cliurcli of Cln'isL student group. 'lilie purpose ol' llie Club is Lo promote Clirisiizin lellowsliip on the eznnpus. This group nieeI.s ezlcli 'liiesclay evening in llie librzny uurliioriinn all 7 p.n1. These weekly programs consist of Bible slucly, iUliOl'lIl2ll cliseus- sions. singings. lllfllitllllJlCllll'CSZ1HKlgUCSl,SlJC2lkCl'S. This years lezulers ure Cllmrlie kll1iS2lIll, group lCZlilCl'1 Itzirl Price. 2lSSiSl2llll group leucler: Beverly Creel. SCCTCIZIYYI Iflsie -lones, treasurer: zlncl Mrs. Leslie Ciinwloril .incl Chnl Ross, sponsors. Clzuul lillllllli is zulviser unrl niinisleriul sponsor. Xleinlaers ol' llie IIl'Ogl'2llIl eonnnillee :ire Ron- zilcl Criblms. Mary lo llionipson, and Mary Grace XVillis. Page 252 CHURCH OF CHRIST STUDENT GROUP enjoys weekend at Falls Creek Falls 'x. YQ.: - 1 ' M qs' P1'0gI'2illlS arc lmlzinncil wilh 21 Lwololcl goal, to bc spiriiuzilly hcncliciul as well as in pihviclc cn- lC1'l,21lllIl1C11l. Suulcnt Plllllflllllllllll in ull Lhc uct- Livitics of thc locizil clnnclics ol Clirisl is cniplizis- sifccl. llcsiclcs Lhc inlcrcsl in spiritual gmwili, zui llIlPOl'l2lIlL lJ2l1'l ol' their progrzini provides lol' pic- nics. howling pzirlics, Zlllll olhci' social zuiliviiics. ln Oclohci' IUSEI, approxiiiizilcly l,l1i1'l,y incin- hcrs of thc group zntcnclccl ll wcclacncl rclrcul. :il Full Crock Falls ncan' Pikcvillc. The 1'Cll'C21l,'S 1Jl'Ogl'2llll inclurlccl groiip singing, shou clcvolioiizils and i'ccii'ez1limi, such as hiking, ping pong zuul Yollcybzill. loiiiiny Dechnon was Lhc speaker ol Lhc Sunclziy umrning worship serv- ice, which l.Cl'lI1lll2llCCl thc 1'Cll'C21t. Such ll rciirczu is taken each lull .incl spring. Two ll1LC1'CSllllg zlciivitics of Lhis group zu'c singing for lhc sick Czlch Sunday ufiernoon anal publishing 21 iiewslcuci' once 21 month. CHURCH OF CHRIST STUDENT GROUP-Row1, J. Chaffin, J. Adcock, fey. Row 2, B. Gipson, F. Halfacre, T. Ragland, J. McCawley, J. DuBois, Lee, W. Winsiead, M. Buford, S. Latham. Row 4, K. Hinson, R. Taylor, Lampley, B. Whited. is sf ix B- . s A A gs YW ,.. ,Q Qiaasgy , li!! iz: ,ffli.::...ifj-- g',oo,,Q'o,l 'H s,5,g44,.k:q.,,Q:f.. Miyagi, ugh .nel ,f1u,.ip:u,'CD-.I .Q Q Q if 8. it ig. ...fu fa, Wu, 9 iiW""'4-Q. .Vg Y- T .1-1 T, , ik. ,..., . i wi UQ.: ' 6 ai - W' al-4.4. J' il - STUDENTS ENJOY Tuesday night singing at vespers . Lamar, Sponsor, Mrs. L. Crawford, Sponsor: C. Ross, Sponsor, M. Anderson, L. Cof- . Toclcer, M. McFerrin, M. Cordell. Row 3, R. Langsdon, K. Kirby, W. Grissom, W. Dedmon, M. Lauderdale, B. Underwood, D. Lyell. Row 5, J. Dunn, J. Young, R. Bush, D. Wilson, T. Thompson -0 O xl ,, Qs. 1? V. 'Y f-, .. 1 xt' X W . ...f ss? W iigflw Z .. X it - Page 253 TECH CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION CABINET-Row 7, Linda Huddleston, John Briille, Betsy Thrasher, Janis Jones, Clyde Fugale, Dr. Farr. Row 2, Nancy Pharris, Dottie Pinlcston, Sue Reynolds, Helen King, Dianne Brooks, Peggy lsenberg TCA MEMBERS can be found participating in most every religious activity on TCA Sponsors Religious Week llr. XVzilter R. fl0lll'lCH2ly. pastor ol' the First Presbyterian Church in Nashville, was the guest speaker lor the twenty-seeoucl Religious Euiphzt- sis XVeek. which was spousoretl by the leeh Christian .-Xssoeiatiou. .Xiutiug to iuereztse stutleut iuterest iu religiou lor the eztutpus. the zuuiuztl Religious Euiphztsis lVeel4's zletivities iuelutle at stutleut-lzteulty haut- quet. at voluutztry ztsseuibly. :ut zultlress iu Puhlie Progrztuis hy the guest speztlaer ziticl persouztl cou- ILCTCIICCS lor iuterestetl stutleuts. 'I'o tuztiutztiu ztutl ereztte Zl Chi istiztu zttuiosphere ou the 'l'ec'h fzttupus is the purpose ol' the 'lieth Cliristiztu A-Xssoeizttiou. lhe 'l'CfX stresses stutleut pztrtieipzitiou zuicl lezttlership iu all phztses ol' its progrzttu. 'ITXX progrzuus iuclutle tlllily uoouclziy use ees ew 'W if ESE! ,EW clevotiotis, hi-tuouthly clevotiouztl services. auuuztl Religious Iituphasis XtVeek. 'ICA stuut night zttitl exthztuge progrzuus with ueztrhy colleges. Mm f-M-mmm, ts me i i. Page 254 Newman Members tud Philosophy c11l2l1'lC1'Cl1 111 '1'eeh i11 111511. the Newuizui Club e1111ez1v111's 111 1'11sLe1' Lhe spiritual. i111e11ecLuz11. 211111 s111'iz11 i111.e1'es1 011c12l111011CS1l1i1C111S 1111 lhe Vl1C11l1CS- see '1'e1'h 1'z1111l1us. 'lllllllllgll 21 131211111011 series 111 l11'11g1'a111s. the NCXVIIIZII1 Club 111S1l'l1l'lS its 111e11111e1's 111 Lhe vari- 0118 z1s11e1'ls 111' p11i111s111111y, l.11e11111gy, 211111 s111'iz11 l11'11ble111s 111111 assists its Il1Clll1JCl'S wheiievei' pos- si111e. '1'11e IllC1ll1JCl'S hz1ve 21 meeting 1111 '1'hu1's11z1y .W nights 1111 w111's11ip 211111 1'ec1'ez11i1111. 111116 21111111211 5111616111 l'CLl'C2l1 highlighls the S1l1C1C1lL1S yezux U11i1te1's 1111 Lhe yezu' z11'e p1'esi11e111 A1111111 N112 Neill. se11i111 pre-law lIl2lj0l' 1111111 C1111e1111z1ge11. 17e11111z11'11: Vi1ie-p1'esi11e11l. 1.11uis l1l'1ll1i. s11ph11- 111111'e g'CIlCl'2ll euqiiieeriiig' Illililll' 1111111 1,aw1'e111'e- ., . 1 1 . ,,1,,w,1,gf51, burgi se1'1'e1z11'y. Mary ci2l1'1'1g'2lll. se11i111' seC1'elz11'iz11 s1'ie111'e 11121-101' 1111111 cjllli Ridge: 211111 1l'Cl1Sll1'Cl'. XN'z111z11fe llCIl1'y. 111111111 1111'1'l1'i1'z11 CIlg'11lCC1'11lg' Illll- . M. .1111 1111111 110111111111 NEWMAN CLUB MEMBERS try their luck .31 was D11 NI. Se11111' is sl11111s111' 1111 the Newmzui CL1111111. NEWMAN CLUB-Row 1: Father Zra1e11, B. Rowan, T. Jolly, P. Proctor, A. Roiella, M. Garrigan, secretary: A. Burlcitt, L. Marshall, M. Sebor, advisor. Row 2: J. McNei11, president: L. Brink, vice-president: W. Henry, treasurerg M. Genella G. Palmer, C. Neidert, D. Hudson, A. Henderson, M. Harris, Jr. Row 3: L. Feld- haus, Jr., J. Hagan, J. Adams, R. Papes, J. Guschke, W. Brink 115 1 ,1 5, ,. -1:1 1 f eff 11 Z I 1 Page 255 DR. HOLT SPEAKS to Methodist Students during Wesley Religious Emphasis Week Page 256 3 fm wwf.. -wiht ad? THE WESLEY FOUNDATION MEMBERS Wesley Students Find Fellowship Recognizing that special disciplines are in the vocation of being a Christian student, the Mfesley Foundation, the student Methodist organization, has as its purpose to deepen, enrich and mature the Christian faith of college men and women. The correlation of YVesley Foundation business and activities is directed from the XVesley Center, which is located on East. Ninth Street. An in- formal, friendly place, the center offers an oppor- tunity for group studies, discussions. and recrea- tion. Open daily except during church service, the center has a library, kitchen, recreation and as- sembly room with facilities such as a hi-fi set, piano, and ping pong equipment. As a campus community, the VVesley Founda- tion endeavors to promote better student-faculty relationships. Throughout the year a series of luncheons are held at noon, with invited facility members as guests. Realizing 1l1c 1l1x'1f1'sc z1b1l111Cs 111111 1111c1'cs1s ol 1110 s1111lc111s. 1X'cslcy lxflllllilllliflll offers ll 11'11lc l'2ll1gC ol' 211i11v111cs 111 1111.c1'cs1 111111 1lcvcl1111 1110 S1114 1lCllLlS lc2111e1'sl11p 211111 511111111111 g1'11w1l1. rlilllfj' 511111151111 1111 1111101211 llCXVSlJ2llJCl', rfiflf' 1T'1'.s'f1jx' l"o11111l1'1',' 211111 ll 1111111121 group 111'1?sc111s scvcrul plays 1lll1'1I1Q 1110 s1'l111ol yuan: 'l'l1c XVcslcy 111111111 1l11'c1'1c1l by 17211111 Noble. 1'1111s1s1s ol' 2111111'11X1111111cly 32 s11111c111s who l11'csc111 p1'11g1'21111s 211 1l1c F1151 M11111o1l1s1, Cl1111'1il1. TC.-X 111111 XVcslcy Il1CC1lI1g. Members 111' 1l1c c111i1'1f group also 211101111 X'2ll'lOllS l'Cl,l'C2l1S 211111 1iom'1:11e 1111115 11111'111g 1110 year. NlClIllJC1'S ol' 1l1c XVcslcy l'i1JLlll112ll1OIl 512111 2111? 21s follows: thc Rev. Alzuucs Rcecl Cox. 112151111-1l1e 1'c1'1o1': Mrs. lJ2lY11l R. Noble. l1os1css: 211111 lJ2lYl1l Noble, 21ss111:1211.c 1l11'c1'1.o1'. 512111 officers z11'c: 13111 Slllltlil. lJl'CSlClCll1I Hob XV11o1l. V1CC-IJI'CSl1lCl11I l5G11y 121110 H11wl1111s, scorc- 1z11'y: 111111 cifkllly TV1ll111111s. 111'21s111'1'1'. WESLEY FOUNDATION CHOIR-Row 1, E. Noble, J. Peters, L. Stuart, E. Usrey, J. Hall Row 2, L. Tenpenny, J. Hunter, M. Collier, R. Carr. Row 3, B. Carring- ton, Narratorg L. Meyers, P. Hoots, E. Almon, B. Hawkins, P. Lowe, D. Noble, Director. Row 4, J. Brittle, F. Coulter, B. Smith, S. Cantrell, N. Pharris, K. Crawford, H. Hardison WESLEY FOUNDATION COUNCIL-Row 1, B. Hawkins, B. Smith, R. Wood, G. Williams, W. Worslwam, C. Short. Row 2, A. Jones, F. Coulter, J. Brittle, L. Carter, T. Mynatt, G. Meadors, E. Usrey Page 257 VIEW OF THE CHAPEL OF St. Michael's Mission which was built in I958 to serve as a community church and college center ollege Youth Worship Together John XV. Norris is lIlOtlC1'2ll.OT lor the College Youth Fellowship group which is sponsored by the First Pres- byterian Church ol' Cookeville. The purpose olf this group is to unite in tVCSLIHll1SlC1' Fellowship lor clis- cussions, worship :incl recreation. -linnny Snelgrove is assistant ll10tlCli2ltO1'I Lenorzt Johnson. vice niotlera- torg mul Alice Medley, treasurer. Canterbur Club Has Supperette Canterbury Club nleets every Suntlziy night lor Evening Prayer which is lollowecl by at supperette zlncl social. Sponsorecl by the Episcopal Church. the Cun- terbury Club strives to rezich every Episeopalizin on the cznnpus. but persons ol' every iaith may zittencl their meetings. By correlating the life untl worship ol' the stuclent. the club hopes to bring the Church zincl the school connnunity closer. COLLEGE YOUTH FELLOWSHIP-Row 7: C. Foster, J. Jensen, J. Norris, moderator, L. Johnson, secretary: C. Voorhies. Row 2: M. Johnson, J. Dyer, K. Doran, D. Pinltston, M. Perrin, M. Gilliland. Row 3: Mrs. E. Jared, Mrs. D. Anderson, C. Bean, N. Baclrstrom, E. Karam, the Rev. Hall Barrett. Row 4: M. Peel, C. Gettin, C. Bassett, Jr., D. Albert, J. Paris, K. Spiers Page 258 SU Serves Tech tudents Serving as the connective link between the student and the church. is the 'l'ech Baptist Stu- dent Union, which is the local unit of the national organization ol' Baptist college youth. The planned programs ol' the Baptist Student Union include: vespers, Nlonday through Fri- dayg Bible study and discussion, each Saturday nightg a BSU choir. A delegation of students at- tended the annual BSU state convention in Nash- ville. The Baptist Union is directed by a corps ol' student oflicers of which Clyde Ramsey, Jr. is president: faculty advisor. hloe Crumpacher. and student director. Membership is open to anyone who wishes to join. 'l'he purpose ol' the Baptist Student Union is to assist in meeting the spiritual needs of the college student: to enlist students in the complete life and program of the local Baptist churches: and to enlist to Gods plan the unevangelifed. A FPIENDLY 'SAME of chess at VESPERS ARE AN important part of the BSU programs the BSU Center is one form of relaxation for Tech Students Page 259 QQ SOCIETY OF BUSINESS-Row 1, J. Wilson, president: E. Hullander, vice-president: P. Morgan, secretary: S. Sadler, treasurer: J. Geer, B. Douglas, B. Hatfield, R. Suter, A. Baggett, D. Whitehead, E. Law, B. Latham, M. Hicks, R. Loveless. Row Z, B. Mee, S. Sevier, M. Hampton, M. Keathley, H. Worthington, E. Jones, A. Amacher, H. Worthington, L. Tuell, N. Kelley, E. Webb, H. King, F. Halfacre, P. Harwell. Row 3, P. Swotford, C. Black, D. Jennings, R. Kelley, C. Goff, S. Pharris, A. Holland, B. Ensor, L. Medlin, R. Crisler, M. Dever, J. Primm, C. Womack. Row 4, E. Miller, B. Fowler, D. Simmonds, A. Edgemon, E. Gregory, P. Allred, G. Hudson, M. Rasbury, P. Deck, R. Day, J. Craig, R. Garner, B. Ford, F. Mooty, D. Cross. Row 5, B. Keys, J. Upchurch, K. Schmidt, W. Watkins, B. Jack, F. Caltee, D. Cantrell, M. Heclgecoth, H. Castlellaw, R. Storey, B. Akin, R. Oakley. Row 6, J. Lyda, J. Fowler, P. Shirley, J. Kennon, D. Osborne, J. Young, R. Loftis, J. Simmons, D. Hardison SOCIETY OF BUSINESS QUEEN Julie Stewart is surrounded by her court, Mary Keith Hampton, Joyce Elem, and Gale Gallagher in-. . Page 260 Business Society Correlates Work Boasting two hundred members, the Society of Business is one of the largest organizations at Tech. It is composed of four departmental clubs: Business Management, Accounting, Industrial Management and Secretarial Science. The club's objective is to relate the activities of the various clubs under its authority. Its princi- ples are to offer better preparation for the busi- ness students lor professional vocations alter graduation. Each year the society enters a lloat in the home- coming parade and sponsors a business picnic. The climax ol' their social activities comes with the presentation of their annual Business Ball at which time the queen and her attendants, selected from the School of Business, are introduced. James Wilson, an accounting major, serves as president of the club. Dr. Harold E. Ayers and Mrs. Louis Johnson, are sponsors. "Mardi Gras" was the theme for this year's Business Ball which featured Wloody Herman and his orchestra. Julia Stewart, sophomore business education major from Harriman, reigned as queen over the annual ball. l-ler attendants were Joyce Elam, senior secre- tarial science major from McNIinnvilleg Gail Gal- lagher, senior secretarial science major from Nashvilleg and Mary Keith Hampton, senior business education major from Jasper. The decorations for the dance featured the scenes from New Orleans' French Quarter. The gymnasium floor was converted into a replica of Bourbon Street complete with sidewalk cafes and curio shops, while the stage was made into a wharf, surrounded by warehouses with a Mississippi River scene in the background. The Society of Business members also have a icnic during the s rin ' cuarter at one of the P as nearby parks. CONFUSION RUNS HIGH as society members begin work on decorations for the Business Bell SOCIETY OF BUSINESS-Row 1, Mrs. L. Johnson, R. Knipp, D. Foltz, L. Coffey, W. Worsham, J. Cole, A. Rawlings, J. Smith, B. Cantrell, A. Hollingsworth, C Bishop, H. Ayers. Row 2, M. Fox, K. Castle, A. Pierce, P. Williams, J. West, R. Bilbrey, G. Gill, V. Maddux, B. Gregory, S. Guess, D. Ewton. Row 3, A. Lester M. Crouch, B. Payne, L. Barker, C. Tidwell, S. Tidwell, J. Elam, B. Tatum, R. Thurman, R. Gibbons. Row 4, C. Chiles, N. McDearman, M. Perltinson, M. Knott, J Moss, J. Bush, L. Daughtrey, M. Mullins, J. Mabry, M. Genella, F. Ooten. Row 5, J. Thompson, P. Hutfstutter, T. Ramsey, L. Jolly, L. Cole, J. Chatfin, J Lynn, J. Howlett, R. Wilmore, L. Roberts, J. Boyd. Row 6, L. Tittle, R. Binlcley, R. Parrott, R. Lambert, V. Blankenship, J. Roberts, G. Shotner, Jr., J. Hicks, T Troupe T. Hardin, J. Welch iiii a Page 261 , 1525137 yrs im n mi 11 lv X .- if Hg A ww! 'I SQ . . :Q we f 5 5353 iw ml HR s 5 4? K T2-V335 e S5553 ' Q Q was Q93 814988 A bam SEQRES SAMjRow 1: Watkins, president: B. Keys, treasurer: C. Jones, L. Hartman, R. Parrott, E. Hullander, L. Jolly, B. Lattimore, K. Schmidt, J. Jared. Row 2: C. Bishop, .M. Klmsey, W. Neal, P. Croley, J. Pearson, D. Jones, N. Fitzgerald, J. Geer, D. Osborne, H. Jaquess. Row 3: B. Ford, D. Beakler, G. Besham. P. Swaf- ford, B. Akin, H. Loyd, J. Hicks, J. Sharp, L. Brooks, F. Mooty. Row 4: C. Oswalt, R. Slagle, H. Booher, J. Phillips, E. Thomas, F. Calfee, H. Miller, S. McGarrity MAKING A SAVINGS deposit at Cookeville Federal Savings and Loan Company are SAM President White Watkins and Treasurer Bernard Keys Chief SAM Purpose Keeping loreniost the purpose ol' promoting in- L terest in the science oi nianagenient and provid- ing training opportunities to those who wish to work in management alter graduation, the Society for the Advancement of Management is open for nienibership to all students, sophomores and up, who are taking or required to take at least nine hours ol' management courses. The Tennessee Tech chapter of the Society for Advancienient of Management is a student chap- ter of the National Senior S.-XM with headquar- ters in New York. SAM received II1CllllJCl'SlllIJ in the "HND club," which is a special achievement from the National SAM. The Tech Chapter ol' SAM also sponsors an award to an outstanding club ineniber who has excelled in grades, work. and SQXNI activities. Page 262 Meetings are held twice monthly. Progrznns include discussions. interviews. plans lor held trips to industries, Clinics, with top rnzrnzlgernent personnel lirorn large eornpanies. and plzrns lor other projects. 'l'his year nrenihers ol' the S.-XXI took 21 held trip to Louisville. Kentucky and visited many ol' the top industries and large companies. Here they saw big inzinzigernent and observed their clzlssrooin studies in operation. The club sponsors the annual elothing drive lor the needy children in Cookeville. In oller- ing reerezttionztl zietivities lor its rnernhers, the elub sponsors 21 howling teznn. Oflieers for the year ure: XVhite CL. XVz1tkins lroni Tazewell. president: Charlie XfVoinaek. Me- Nlinnville. secretary: and Bernard Keys. Hum- boldt, treasurer: Dr. Edward U. Cornelius serves as the elulfs sponsor. MR. ROBERT MCCOY, Personnel Director ot Peerless Woolen Mills, speaks to SAM members SAM--Row 1: R. Gibbons, vice-president, C. Womack, secretary: D. Brim, Jr., M. Hedgepath. B. Douglas, J. Nicholson, B. Young, J. Hill, L. Miller. Row Z: B. Mangrum, V. Blankenship, R. Starnes, E, Miller, M. Neely, J. Emmett, J. Kennon, R. Thurman. Row 3: C. Holman, J. Sutton, A. Frey, R. Binlcley, D. Chris- tian, J. Ford, T. R. Ballard, D. Ewton, G. Shotncr, Jr. Row 4: J. A. White, W. O'Neil, R. Lambert, J. Phillips, T. Troupe, L. Strain, L. Daniels, J. Thompson i err l mmm K 5 awww i I I z sm Page 263 Y. tx S Km Q gggq:-n :-4: Q hw! 'W :aww 5 'V 'WWW i K wr ,, 9 RW lg 3? ' s , f E . 'ISM x ' 3 v , we... ...E L A M" i - H 1 ' i L 555' 2-2: -L-'-r-M"W""" t sf c 'W tt " gf ---I-:""'5., a .- Yi . .. ,f ft , , wg. M .M -f,,-- vg3w3'g,g- ., 'Y ' ,W .gif.3,Q,, I ,,A.svtf.isfs:fr5t' 5 5 f T 'ts 'af 'v S f' 4 x 1' sy., use . s feggggfw- V' 'l,Sq,,fin f 3, K wb- " 42232 f, ' H f ,,.,,. . , 1 . . tfr"p3' "W 1 ' 'fri I ' . 1 1 A . fliiltfitw '5?5"'2.' 'L , fifisrgfligs f, 1. , H 2' 5 SECRETARIAL SCIENCE lUPPERCLASSMENl-Row 1: S. Sadler, president: M. Garrigan, vice-president: J. Elam, secretary-treasurer: G. Gill, publicity chairman: Mrs. R. Kinslow, sponsor: Mrs. B. Plummer, sponsor. Row 2: E. Law, L. Johnson, W. Reynolds, E. Jones, J. Smith, J. Jones, J. Stewart. Row 3: S. Ray, B. Mee, M. Fox, R. Bilbrey, W. Worsham, K. Castle, G. Harris, J. West. Row 4: C. Black, M. Keathley, M. Hampton, G. Gallagher, M. Knott, B. Hawkins, D. White- head, A. Lester. Row 5: H. King, C. Tidwell, L. Daughtrey, M. Crouch, J. Bush, D. Cantrell, F. Fox Secretaries Stud Business Ethics The Secretarial Science Club. led by President Susie Sadler, was designed to promote a closer association between the business student and the world of business, to infortn the potential secre- tary about the newest developments in her held and to further the standard ol business ethics. This club, opened to both business education and secretarial science majors, is alhliated with the Society ol' Business. lt helps to enrich the social lile as well as the business education of its tnetnbers. This group works on the business lloat lor the hotnecotning parade and assists in the decorat- ing for the Business Ball. On the social side, they enjoy picnics and participate in dinner parties at such tintes as Christnias and 'l'hanksgiving. SECRETARIAL SCIENCE lFRESHMENl-Row 1: C. Coppedge, N. S. Crouch, S. Walker, R. Knipp, J. McConnell, D. Jennings, S. McBryar, N. O'Neal, P. Bilbrey, S. Davis, L. Barker. Row 2: A. Rawlings, L. Coffey, M. Mullins, J. Durham, S. Sevier, P. Harwell, A. Holland, B. Ensor, M. Hicks, F. Haltacre, B. Latham. Row 3: J. Mabry, D. Foltz, A. Hollingsworth, B. Cantrell, H. Worthington, H. Worthington, D. Simmonds, R. Kelley, J. Moss, B. Tatum. Row 4: J. Cole, P. Martin, M. Parkinson, A. Edgemon, P. Williams, A. Pierce, M. Rasbury, A. Knowles, P. Deck Page 264 Accountants Learn i Business Principles A branch ol the Society ol' Business, the Ac- counting Club secures information concerning the latest developments anal neecls ol' the business worlcl lor the qualified accountant. Membership is open to those future business- men ancl women who wish to specialize in ac- counting. The members hncl the knowledge and unclertsancling which they obtain through the programs ol' the club to be very helpful. Picknicking during the spring, decorating lor the Business Ball. and working on the homecom- ing float are activities ol' the Business Society in which the Accounting Club takes part. Members of the Accounting Club also attencl the clinics and workshops which are sponsored on campus by the Society of Business. klinnny Ceer, junior accounting major from Sparta. is president of the Accounting Club. Don R. Cook is the sponsor. ACCOUNTING CLUB PRESIDENT Jimmy Geer leads informal discussion during club's semi-monthly meeting ACCOUNTING CLUB-Row 1: J. Geer, president: G. Harvey, vice-president, D. Cross, secretary-treasurer: A. Baggelt, B. Hatfield, R. Loveless, P. Allred, E. Gregory, J. Thomas, D. Cook. Row 2: R. Garner, Jr., L. Titlle, G. Cowan, M. Dever, B. Payne, J. Primm, J. Welch. Row 3: J. Simmons, T. Ramsey, W. Grant, R. Crisler, R. Day, B. Jack, L. Johnson, sponsor. Row 4: J. Lyda, R. Binlcley, J. Lynn, J. Howlett. D. Hardison, R. Loftis, R. Oakley, J. Craig. Row 5: J. Fowler, B. King, P. Shirley, B. Russell, R. Story, F. Ooien, J. Wilson, J. Upchurch nu nu gg gg U f--- l.YW""' QI ,ll- ilu. -in vi- Page 265 5 5 1 I 1 1, 1 5 5 3 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT-E, I-Iullander, presidentg P. Swofford, vice-president: F. Mooty, treasurer: J. Childers, K. AI-Orrali. Row 2, L. Brooks, J. Brinkley, B. Ford, L, Jackson, R. Lattimore, J. Ford I. M. MAJORS enjoy themselves at spagheiti supper IM Members Learn Business Policies l,I'0Ill0lil1g an illlCl'CSl i11 lll2lll2igClllCIIL and cle- veloping better lJl'0ClllC'llOl1 and earlier manage- nieni relaiions is 1I1e purpose ol' the Indusirial Managenieni Club. The club also atlenipts Lo promote positive business policies as learnecl by bolli the siuclenl ancl the businessnian. IM graduates slucly bolli business Zlllll engineer- mg. Members parlicfipaie in niany variecl acliviiies sueli as working willi the Soeieiy ol' Business on ll fy,-.im . . . f Iloal lor the lionieeonnng paracle ancl helping clef- orale lor Llie annual Business Ball. 'l'Iie Inclus- lrial xI21ll2lgClllCIll nienibers also have spring outings. Iielcl lrips. and zulennl clinics. Eel Hullancler. senior incluslrial lIl2ll12igCll1Clll niajor Iroin CIIIZIIIQIIIOOQZI. serves as presiclenl lor Llie club. Dr. Carl Hanlains is llie sponsor. Page 266 IRC-Row 1: R. Denny, president: G. Meadors, vice-presidentg B. Wood, treasurerg P. Winston, secretary, M. Sebor, sponsor: J. McNeill, M. B. Wade, A. Carpenter. Row 2: C. Fox, L. Mason, P. Flynn, J. Herston, C. Collins, B. Wright, B. Lueblce, sponsor: R. Fraser. Row 3: C. Smith, J. Marrow, S. Wells, A. Kelly, S. Cantrell, D. Voiles, C. Bruner, R. Jumper, P. Paz. Row 4: P. Young, C. Bean, M. Bertram, W. Coots, D. King, J. Hayes, H. Raper, F. Moore IR Discusses Business Management World Affairs tudies Labor 'llre lnternzuionttl Reltuions Club is ttetuztlly tr ililre prirnatry rnotire belrintl llrt- Business Klan. tlepzutrnentzrl Ul'g'2illl!illi0Il lor social science lllltAiUli5I ztgenrent Club is to ztclriere zur ellicient tnulerstguuling lrowerer. tlre meetings are open to any stuclent who between llre lztbor lorce :incl nnurztgernent. llris club. wislres to zutencl. 'lilre nrenrbers lroltl inliorurzrtire lrezuletl by Presitlent Bob Douglas. is open to all busi- tliscussions gxnrl lntre lectures zts guests zu club rneet- ness tnzumgernent stuclents. For lris secontl yeztr. liu- ings. Quite olten the loreign stutlents on ezunpus gene -Iklllftl is serving as sponsor ol' the club wlriclr are given llre elrzuree to clistiuss their native lzuuls. is inclucletl witlrin tlre Society ol' Business. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT-Row 1: E. Jared, sponsor: B. Douglas, president, C. Womack, vice-president: T. Troupe, secretary-treasurer, B. Keys, M. Hedgecoth, S. Shotner, Jr., D. Osborne, P. Morgan. Row 2: J. Hudson, K. Kile, A. Benson, J. Chattin, S. Pharris, G. Hudson, V. Maddux, R. Wilmore. Row 3: M. Neely, R. Starnes, V. Blankenship, E. Miller, K. Schmidt, D. Jaclcson, B. Akin, L. Neal. Row 4: J. Weathers, W. O'NeiI, J. Phillips, C. Oswalt, W. Watkins, C. Llewellyn, R Thurman, J. Boyd. Row 5: R. Ballard, F .Calfee, L. Cole, J. Young, R. Parrott, R. Lambert, J. Hicks, T. Hardin, C. Jones -EE- ' ' s M NW mfg Q -as s. I WWRR iiEBB 'IIE sam . . Page 267 TSPE-Row 1: R. Wright, sponsor: T. Tippit, ETC representative: D. Vaughn, parliamentariang A. Hollinsworth, Jr., treasurer: J. Renfro, secretary: R. Jarrell, vice- president: J. Hilbert, president. Row 2: M. Gattin, C. Ledbetter, D. Hays, C. Reese, B. Oglesby, G. Williams, C. Wolgamott, Jr., D. Davis, R. Brogan. Row 3: C. Chisam, D. Hickman, L. Neal, Jr., J. Sprouse, R. Wiley, F. Atnip, R. Thomas, J. Fuqua, J. Loggins, R. Bunn. Row 4: T. Womack, L. Carter, B. Lane, D. Hoover, M. Lusk, D. Prichard, E. Manners, D. Johnson, E. Price, J. Daniel. Row 5: O. Phipps, E. Avant, W. Smith, G. Price, D. McLarty, H. Dellc, P. Douglas, J. Fitzgerald. Row 6: L. Brink, B. Smith, D. Stanton, T. McCracken, W. Andrews, T. Calclwell, B. McMillan, R. Kemp WATER PRESSURE gauge is examined A T PE ponsors Engineers Ball To inculcate in its nientliers the iniportance ol' the engineering profession is the priniary goal of the Tennessee Tech Student Chapter ol' the Tennessee Society ol' Professional Engineers. 'I'he stuclent chapter obtained its state charter in IEL33. The Stuclent Chapter strives to promote those qualities which are essential to high prolessional attainment.. lo assist in the realization ol' these goals, the 'I'Sl'E programs are planned to inliorni the students about current events relatecl to the various fieltls ol' engineering through the inetliuin ol' speakers ancl llltlllSt,I'i2ll films. The Tech Student Chapter also is a ineinliei' ol' the National Society ol' l'1'ol'essional Engineers. 'llhe Tech chapter is the only stticlent chapter in the entire state: ancl the state and national or- ganizations are coniposecl ol' licensecl proliessional engineers. Page 268 1111' 151111 is 111111w11 1111 111'igi11111i1y. llllllSL12ll l11ClIlC 111111 l1c11111il'111 11c1'111'11ti1111s. w11i1i11 111'c 1111 i11- lCg1'2l1 132111 111' cycry c11gi11cc1's 132111. 1.11sl yC2l1"S 1111111ic l'c111111'c11 t11c cJI't'1lCSl.l'21 111' M111'11is 151111rs. 111111 I11c i1illCIIlC 1x'11s ll "S1111111c1'11 S1111w1111111." 1'1lll'1l yClll' L11c sl1111c111 Il1ClIl1JCl'S 1111 l11c s111'ic1y 1111111 1l1c 111c1i1111111s111s I111' L11c I'.IlglIlCCl'lllg 1111111 IF111' 111c 1111111c1'11111i11g IJlll'2lC1C. '1'11c 1111111 is 1111111 by 1'11111111111'y 11111111 111111 is 111121111011 11y ll11' Slll- 11c11ls. 1111111 spring 111c TSPE sp1111s111's 1111 11111111111 1111t.i11g 101' t11c IllClll1JCl'S 111111 l11ci1' l'11111i1i1fs 111111 li1'ie1111s. Nlillly 111 111c TSPE 111i1iyilics 1111- 1111111 i11 1f1111j11111'li1111 wiL11 l11c I'111gi11cc1'i11g -lllllll. Cl1111111ii1 111111 l11C C1ClJ2ll'lI1lCIll211 c11gi11cc1'i11g 1'11111s. P1'11l's. -IZIIIICS S. 111'11w11 111111 Ri1'11111111 XVl'1g'11L 111 Q 111e c11gi11cc11i11g l'111'1111y 2ll'C sp1111s111's 1111 111c 'I'c11e 1 ucsscc '1'c1t11 SLll11CllL L11l2lIJLCl' of l11c '1'c1111csscc Socicly 111' 1'1'1ml'essi1111111 l'1I1f.:1l1CL'l'S. xI11scp11 1111191111 is p1'1:si11c111. .NNW 111 TSPE MEMBERS SPEND MANY HOURS of hard worl1 geiiing ready for the Engineers' Ball TSPE-Row 1: R. Harris, J. Partlow, C. Hinson, N. Henry, F. Edwards, L. Swanson. Row 2: R. McCurry. J. Goff, R. Rowan, W. Jordan, H. Kinser, H. Sain. Row 3: T. Fontana, J. Haynes, T. Tippit, J. Tucker, W. Tramel, L. Lowe. Row 4: P. Quarles, M. Morris, J. Moore, F. Lee, J. Gent, E. Jeffers, G. Broyles, Jr. Row 5: D. Ezell, C. Thompson, B. Christian, J. Sullivan, J. Norris, H. Meadows. Row 6: J. Rollings, J. Boyd, L. Dickey, N. Mynati, R. Meadows, B. Barber, F. Ramsey Page 269 ENGINEERING JOINT COUNCIL-Left to right: H. Denny, R. Denney, J. Pearson, J. Hilbert, Prof. J. Henderson, T. Tippitt, E. Price, B. Nelson, K. Thomas, F. Ramsey, L. Boyd 9 Q ADMIRING National Engineers Week posters are Leon Boyd, Frank Ramsey, Tom Tippit, and Joe Hilbert Local Engineers Da As a biennial project, the Engineers joint Council sponsors an Engineers Day on the cam- pus in connection with National Engineers Wfeek. This year the general engineering group won the first prize off twenty-five dollars for the best proj- ect. The Council sends delegations of its members to the area high schools where they offer advice about those high school subjects necessary and helpful for one planning to major in engineering in college. The Council is composed of the presidents of TSPE, CE, ME, AIEE, and the Chemical and Ceneral Engineering clubs. The council ofhcers are chosen by the council members themselves. Because there are so many fields for engineer- ing offered at Tech. with each division having its own departmental club. a definite need for a cen- tral governing body existed. The Joint Engi- neering Council was organized to fill this need and act as a liaison for the departmental clubs. Page 270 AIEE Participates ln EIC Activities 'lihe object ol' t11e .-Xmeriezui l11stit11te ol' Elec'- tri1'21l Eiigineers is to 2ItlY2IllCC t11e t11eory 211111 pr211'ti1'es ol' eiigiueeriiig 211111 t11e 21llie11 seieiiees. .-Xt t11e SZIIIIC ti111e t11e Cllillllill' strives to m21i11t21i11 ll high prol'essio11211 st21111li11g 2111101151 its members. X l K As Z1 hrzmch ol the eiigmeeriiig society. the .AXIEE members p21rtieip21te ill all t11e various 21e- tivities 211111 cluties ol' the society. Membership is 21v21ilable to 2111 e1ectri1'211 eiigiiieeriug students 211111 faculty plus those students 111 other bl'2lllC1lCS ol' Cl1glIlCC1'1I1g who wish to become memlners. 'l'he .-XIEE members meet o11 t11e hrst 211111 thircl Fri1121ys ol' e211'h month during t11e regular school yC21l'. 'llhese meetings feature speakers from lIlt1llStl'1CS. movies, 211111 SllIt1Clll IJ2ll't1CllD2l1l0Il programs. One ol' t11e highlights ol' the AIEE activities is the trip to t11e southeastern clistriet eo11ve111io11 where the XN'lI1Il'Cl' ol' the loe21l te1'h11i1'21l IJZIPCIA 1'o11test competes with the wimiers lrom the other schools i11 the 1listri1:t. 'I'e1ih's representative this ye21r was I.eo11 Boycl, t11e C'll2lll'Ill2lII ol' the 1o1'21l hr2111eh. 'llhe 11eleg21tio11 was 21e1iomp2111ie11 hy Prolf A. 1.. Duke 211111 Prol. ll. I.. Box. t'0llIlSC10l'S, AIEE CLUB MEMBER demonstrates how a high voltage current lights a fluorescent bulb AIEE-Row 1: L. Boyd, chairman: P. Poore, vice chairman: J. Rollings, treasurer: H. Denny, ETC representative: B. Burgess, D. Gentry, J. Partlaw, J, Stansberry A. Duke. Row 2: R. McCurry, L. Dickey, D. Haynes, T. Page, W. Hagewood, J. Tucker, R. Jarrell, T. Caldwell, T. Tippit, G. Williams. Row 3: C. Green, J. Gil bert, D. Ezell, Jr.: W. Boyd, J. Rollins, B. Lane, T. Fontana, C. Wolf, J. Jacobs, B. McMillan. Row 4: P. Douglas, l. Sparkman, V. Campbell, L. Mills, S. as ater, D. Hoover, R. Clark, H. Ooten, G. Broyles, Jr.: R. Langford, R. Kemp. Row 5: L. Thurman, C. Butler, A. Neely, l"l. Meadows, T. Hinson, C. Carter Q Page 271 - ' w .5 gy. i CIVIL ENGINEERS-Row 1: F. Ramsey, president: D. McLarty, vice-president: L. Burr, secretary, J. Paris, treasurer: K. Thomas, D. Mattson, sponsor, L. Fried- rich, sponsor. Row 2: J. Loggins, E. Avant, W. Tramel, D. Denton, J. Goff, J. Sprouse, F. Atnip, A. Henderson. Row 3: C. Chisam, L. Swanson, J. Gent, J. Sullivan, L. Breedlove, R. Wells, H. Sain, T. McCracken. Row 4: L. M. Richardson, B. Smith, H, Hamby, R. Lampley, J. Hilbert, J. Clark, P. Quarles. Row 5: L. Brink, R. Meadows, R. Andrews, A. Hollinsworlh, Jr.: H. Dellr, B. Barber, T. Walton DEMONSTRATIONS were given frequently on Engineers' Day Page 272 CEQS Sponsor tudent moker The Civil lingineering Club, sponsored this year by Professors D. XV. Mattson and l.. M. Frieclrieh anal presidetl over by its president. Frank Ranisey, is one ol' the branches of the 'lleeh Chapter of the Society ol Engineers. Purposes ol' the society are the cleyelopntent of a professional conscience in the ineinbers. to allorcl an opportunity lor the inentbers ol' the civil engineering classes to become better uc- qttaintecl. to promote 21 spirit ol' eongeniality antong thetn. ancl to proyitle Contact with the en- gineering prolession. Nleinbership in the soeiety is ztvailable to all civil engineering ina-iors anal all other interestecl engineering ina-iors. l'artieipating in ntany varied activities tltiring the school year. the Civil lingineering Club inenr bers holcl a sntoker which helps lreshnten ancl new stticlents get ztccltiztititecl with each other as well as with the laetilty and upperclasstnen. 'lhe inforntal sniolter is an important periocl of orien- tation lor the lreshnten. For the CE's entertainment, the group spon- sors a banquet with an outstanding engineer as speaker during the winter quarter. The CE Club also has a spring picnic each year. In addition to sponsoring events for the CE's only, the club participated in the program of the 'liech TSPE chapter, such as Engineers' Day, the Engineers' Ball, and the engineers' Iloat lor horne- coining, and has concessions at athletic events. The Civil Engineering Club nieets on the third Friday of each nionth. At this time the nienibers hear inlornial talks by nien in the en' gineering profession, see niovies, or take trips ol interest to their profession. Assisting Frank Ramsey are llurley Mcliarty as vice-presidentg Lewis Burr, secretaryg and xlanies E. Paris, treasurer. Ken Thonias is the joint Council representative for the Civil Engineering group and Harold Delk is the parlia- nrentarian. CE'S DEMONSTRATE STRENGTH of materials during Engineers' Day CIVIL ENGINEERS observe construction of interstate highway project .yr Page 273 I MECHANICAL ENGINEERING-Row 1: R. Denney, president: C. Reese, vice-president: H. Lamberth, secretary: D. Hickman, treasurer: J. Pearson, EJCg B. Smith, W. Mowett, J. Brown. Row 2: R. Ryburn, J. Fuqua, C. K. Hinson, D. Hays, C. Ledbetter, W. Jordan, E. Manners, H. Holling. Row 3: W. Moon, D. Vaughan, R. Bunn, J. Russell, C. Elliott, R. Langsdon, T. Womack, R. Neidert. Row 4: P. Judd, T. Binns, F. Edwards, R. Powell, B. Meredith, R. Burt, L. Neal, Jr.: J. Jones, R. Pugh. Row 5: R. Peters, J. Johnson, C. Adams, R. Massey, J. Word, S. Hawes, O. Phipps. Row 6: R. Bolton, W. Renegar, T. Mynatt, J. Thurman, J. White, O. Sellers. Row 7: K. Roberts, R. Ravan, J. Rentro, T. Watson, R. Mann, C. Marshall. Row 8: T. Hardin, R. Wright, Dr. C. Glisson, R. Frisch, J. Ford, M. Simmons, G. O'Hara ME CLUB MEMBERS demonstrate air-cycle air conditioning during Engineers' Day Page 274 QS Try to Enhance Professional Presti e To unite by social and technical nieans the students in the Department of Engineering and to further the interests ol' the Tennessee Tech Society ol' lVIechanical Engineers, are the NIE's purposes. The inain goal of this group is to establish a Student Branch ol' the American Society ol' Me- chanical Engineers at Tech. ln the interest ol' the Engineers joint Council. which is the parent organization, the club also helps with the Engi- neers' Ball and the lloat lor the honiecoining pa- rade. The Nllfs have an annual outing during the spring quarter. Under the guidance ol' Professors xlanies S. Brown and YV. P. Mowall, club sponsors, the nienibers strive to contribute to the prestige ol' the Tech School of Engineering and college itself. Each year the club has been sending a delega- tion to the Annual Region IV Student Branch Conference nieetings ol the ASNIE. Ralph Denney, a senior ME major lroin Old Hickory. is serving as president ol the club. Engineers Form Dual Club The General Engineering and Engineering Chemistry Club, striving to unite its members both socially and technically, is open to those stu- dents training for a profession in both chemistry and general engineering. The meetings are held on the first Friday ol' each month and the programs include movies. speakers and informal discussions. These pro- grams are designed to give the student an insight K l into that phase oi engineering that cannot be taught in the classroom. Membership is available to those students ma- joring in general engineering and engineering chemistry. The general engineering curriculum L K includes options in chemistry and engineering science. Brian Nelson, a senior industrial engineering major from Collierville. is president of the club. He is assisted by Vice-President Morris Garlin. Secretary Tim Butler and Treasurer Bobby Uglesby. Prolf Ralph Dunkel serves as sponsor ol' the club. "SEEING IS BELIEVINGQ' is clemonstraied by the General and Chemical Engineers GENERAL AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERS-Row 1: M. Gaffin, vice-president: T. Builer, secreiary: B. Oglesby, treasurer: R. Kinslow, sponsor. Row 2: G. Lee, C. Wolgamott, Jr.: M. Morris, H. Kinser, G. Price. Row 3: C. Witte, J. Norris, Jr.: E. Jeffers. Row 4: L. Tynes, J. Fuqua, A. Bayer, R. Pless, D. Johnson. Row 5: J. Fitzgerald, L. Brown, J. Irion, D. Prichard, W. Haley, E. Price - rnsmmm ' W 'gfwwsm ' ' " xii: fZ':E:fE::::-.:r- - - N i if A, ,..,.,., as .,.... 1 K .nw Q ...... .,.. . .,.. .. D ummm my an we ,.,, 0 1 'W' Page 275 Page 276 IT ME E Afii ...nf INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY-Row 1: J. Samples, president, J. Rankin, vice-president: D. Stewart, secretary, C. Hickman, treasurer: Professor W. Lewis, spon sorg Professor J. Moore, sponsor. Row 2: D. Reed, J. Bradford, J. Hicks, P. Johnson, C. Stewart, W. Garrett, D. White. Row 3: D. Moore, D. Pharis, J. Sharp J. Huffstetler, H. Puckett, L. Greene, L. Ragan, C. Manis MBER WORKS on prize-winning homecoming tloat 47'- IT Meetings Feature Informal Discussions Two major objectives ol' the Society of lndusa trial 'l'eehnology are to Iurnish an opportunity Ior students to participate in extra-curricular at" tivities and to gain a better understanding ol' the teclniologiral services in the industrial world. The I'l' Club sponsors planned field trips to area industrial plants in an effort to broaden the individual students experiences. 'llhese Iield trips give the club nienibers an opportunity to observe actual industries in their regular work operations. The Society ol' Industrial Technology serves those students majoring in Industrial Teeh- nology. However, ntenibership and active par- ticipation in the t'lub's activities serve as an excellent reconixnendation to industrial Iirnis when the student graduates. Programs are designed to increase the stu- dent's knowledge oi' his chosen field. Speakers. inlorinal discussions, panels, and industrial Iirin counselling eoniprise the regular club meetings which are held twice a nionth. Operating funds for all the club's activities are raised by the proceeds from club-operated vending machines and by concession sales at ath- letic events. By endeavoring to enlarge the club's scope, an award has been started and will be presented annually to the IIIOSL worthy student in the club. Selection of the student will be based on scholar- ship, leadership, character and the student's con- tributions to his club, department and his college. The award will be presented at the annual ban- quet which features an outstanding speaker from todays industrial field. The Industrial Technology Club won first place on their float for the Homecoming parade. The theme was f'It's WVhat's Up Front That Counts," depicting space travel to the moon. James F. Samples is president of the IT Club and TNilliam H. Lewis serves as sponsor. OPERATION of the punch press during Engineers Day is clemonsiralzed by James Stewart IT CLUB-Row 1: C. Davis, R. Hale, T. Dedmon, J. Polston, D. Reeves, J. Tilley. Row 2: F. Turner, F. Cary, D. Edwards, G. Tucker, W. Fullin. Row 3: P. Kelso, B. Rogers, J. Dunn, D. Lyell, J. Newsom Page 277 ETA EPSILON SIGMA-Row 1, R. Frisch, H. Denny, H. Lamberth, L. Mills, R. Denney, Dr. C. Glisson, sponsor, T. Hardin, sponsor. Row 2: L. Burr, L. Swanson, J. Mason, J. Thurman, C. Elliott, L. Dickey. Row 3, R. Wright, M. Williams, C. Thompson, J. Rollings, J. Boyd. Row 4, D. Mattson, H. Rogers, D. Hickman, L. Neal, Jr. PRESIDENT DERRYBERRY RECOGNIZES Charles Adams' achievements in the n n field of engineering by presenting him a checlc , , . , . ,. . . . . lhc lttzt hpsllon Sigma ll'2llCl'lllLy IS opcn lor ft ' II1CIlllJCl'SllilJ to thosc stnclcnts in thc upper onc- Z, , hfth ol' thc senior class and the tlppcr eighth ol 153' ,ka My Q. T thc junior class. lhls honorary rccogntzcs out- ti' ' V stanclin ' ztchicvctncnt in the Held ol' cn inccrin 11 . M... 8 3 tw mf Q.. -MM 535 ,Q .. Organized in 19536. the socicty honors those who have shown clistinguishetl scholarship ancl cxetnplztry charatftcr us t1ndcrgt'ztclt1zttcs in engi- neerrng. Ricthzlrcl A. Frisch. lronx Now lirunswick. New hlcrscy. scrvcs as prcsiclcnt. of thc society. Other officers lor this ycztr ztrc: Vice-prcsiclcnt, Hugh XV. Denny lront Cookcvillcl SCCl'Cl,21liiCS, Larry M. Mills lront 'lillllZll10lIT2l and Leon Lznnbrcth lronl TVhitchonsc: and trcztsurcr. Ralph Denncy lil'0lll Olcl Hickory. Y .- -V., . lJl'.Ltl12ll'lCSc,.fnllSSOll21lltl Prol. I . L. llztrchn scrvc als lzlcttlty sponsors. Page 278 ya! SIGMA TAU DELTA-Seated: Dr. Mangam, Mrs. Detord, C. Voorhies, Mrs. Howard. Standing: T. Thompson, C. Cantrell, J. Ziegler, B. Harward, S. Haste lgma Tau Delta Has Top tandards Sigma 'liau Delta. national honorary lraternity lor English majors. has the highest stanclarcls lor ntenl- bership ol' any society on the campus. Nlenibership in the Tau Zeta chapter is open to any senior, junior or sophomore, who has a 3.2 average in English sub- jects antl a 3.0 in all other Courses. Each year the progranis are eenteretl arountl one special group ol poets or writers. Engllsh Majors ponsor Homespun Designed to lurther the interest ol' English nia-jors in literature anal eonneetecl lieltls. the English Club leatures programs on the relationship ol' literature antl niusic. or clisfussions ol book reviews. Une ol' the ehiel' works ol' the English Club is the annual publi- cation ol "HtJlllCSlJL1ll.'l 21 literary magazine eclitetl by Carolyn Voorhies anal written by the stuclents. ENGLISH CLUB--Row 1: S. Haste, president: P. lsenberg, secretary, F. Beaty, treasurer, N. Boles, reporter: P. Jernigan. Row 2: J. Knowles, J. Ziegler, G. West, B. Harward, B. Parker, P. Davis. Row 3: Dr. Eyler, W. McBride, C. Voorhies, B. Akin, C, Cantrell, T. Thompson If A3 -till zum., M, 'WQQWYMON' nh sm, FW-mfr 45 Page 279 era.. TIM BUTLER, PRESIDENT OF ACS, gives fifteen minutes ot the latest chemical news on the local radio station AC Wins First Place For the third year, Tennessee Tech has mem- bership as a Student Afiiliate of the American Chemical Society. having been approved by the American Chemical Society. Tech is the only small college in the state to be honored by this membership. .-Xside from the regular activities. the group enjoys a picnic or other outing each quarter. Last spring the Chemistry Club won first place in Stunt Night with their beauty contest, which was a portrayal ol? the feminine qualities by the male members of the club. In addition to club meetings. which are di- rected toward the promotion ol' chemistry. mem- bers of the club present a radio broadcast. make Iield trips to industrial sites, and attend sectional meetings ol' the American Chemical Society. The club olfers an opportunity for the stu- dents of chemistry and chemical engineering to become better acquainted with all phases ol' pro- liessional work and to instill a professional pride in their ambitions. Orlicers ol' the club are lim Ilutler. chairman: Clarence XVolgamott. vice-chairman: and Cath- erine Crisson. secretary-treasurer. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY-Row 1: T. Butler, C. Wolgamott, Jr., C. Grissom, J. Frye. Row 2: H. Crist, B. Oglesby, L. Meyers, M. Peclt. Row 3: J. Harper, J. Winters, C. Stringer, E. Jeffers. Row 4: J. Mason, J. Fuqua, C. Miller, L. Ivcy. Row 5: J. Peters, H. Kinser Page 280 Chemical Society Answers Need loclziy Lis never helore there is ll great neecl lor trziinecl :intl slaillecl chemists in the scientilie ,,...- ,f worlcl. lhe lecih Clieniieztl Society eticlez1xtoi's to prepare stuclents to lill this neecl hy promoting A gg interest in Chemistry zincl relzxtecl siihieets. Q 'l'he lech Clieniicztl Society. coniposecl ol Sttl- clents in elieniistry zincl relzitecl lieltls. works to- wzirtl fulfilling our c'ountry's vital neetl lor expert scientists. It stiixes to tlexelop mteiest in ezieh club lIlClI1lJCl'.S professions and :it the same time to lil us 11 contziet between chemistry :incl its relzttecl lieltls. lhe lefh C.hennez1l Society is hezitlecl hy: Clznule Stringer, president: Glenn Henaleison. rice-presiclent: I.orrt1ine lturehlielcl. secretary: Charlton Ciudclock. treasurer: ltruce Lee. re- porter. ln zicltlition to its semiemonthly meetings. the n I D , . JOE COUCH PERFORMS a titration supervised by Dr. J. T. Skinner Cltih also rziisetl money to purcliztse two clocks. which were plziretl in the hztlls lor the heneliti ol' the students. TECH CHEMICAL SOCIETY-Row 1: C. Stringer, president: G. Henderson, vice-president, C. Cruddock, treasurer: L. Burchtield, secretary: L. Zarzour, N. Brown, L. Crevder, E. Burchfield, L. Moore. Row 2: T. Burgess, C. Perrigo, E. Crook, C. Mullins, G. Hardy, E. Puckett, H. Orr, W. Talbott, T. Jolly. Row 3: E. Kirkpat- rick, Jr.: E. Wiley, J. Buterbaugh, L. Hale, L. Meyers, L. Tidwell, P. Gallman. Row 4: B. Atkisson, P. Hoots, B. DeLay, S. Chapman, S. Rightor, S. Richards, S. Latham. Row 5: E. Jeffers, J. Dedmon, G. Beeson, J. Whistler, K. Catlin, C. Grissom, J. McCawley, K. Johnson, L. lvey. Row 6: C. Miller, N. Baclcstrom, W. Doane, Jr.: J. Winters, H. Kinser, Dr. Sublett, W. Farris Page 281 Health, Phys. Ea. Club ponsors Bloodmobile Chuck Calyon is president ol' the Health ancl Physical Eclucation Club which has as its major objective the clevelopment ol' healthy bodies- physically, mentally ancl socially. iq . . -Q ,I Membership is open to all men ancl women TT "'f'ti'i students who are majoring in health antl physical eclucation. By sponsoring an intramural pro- gram each quarter, this organization gives each sturlent on the Tech campus an opportunity to i .Vlti 'z ",' fs ,,-, txt. .' . .ll H . 1112 .1 A . .gr 4.1, participate m an ati etrc cxcnts o ns t ioosmg. . s fi' Y' t ' 8,43 3 "" The club also sponsors the Recl Cross Bloocl- . wi ' . ,,s, , ' . . ,L '. 4 , ,.,t mobile annually, and the members are working 'pe' . ,,.:: . . . . ,cg Y V 1 if , ' , this year on a tuberculin testing program lor the f , , :.f ..-.-f-- , S 'M' ' ' r 1 . 1 . . benefit of the lech students. ,,,. . ' . . -.,- 2 tt, 2 ,,, .'-- - H: --.- ,f . ,X r H I I 1 ,s,,Vt , ,.,,,s , ,,s,, , . ,,,.5 C , This year the club is making plans to sencl a i 1 clelevation to the Rational Health, Ph fsical Eclu- , my ,g sk, Q 5 T N cation SQ Recreation Convention which will be 1 helcl at one ol' the larger cities in the Uniletl ' ,A f M tjwfj States. HOMECOMING FLOAT ot Health and Physical Education Club HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB-Row 1: C. Galyon, president: S. Brooks, vice president: E. Clymore, secretary: R. Thomas, treasurer: J. Parker, co- program chairman: T. Price, co-program chairman: L. Groce, publicity chairman, R. Brown, co-sponsor. Row 2: J. Hunter, J. Sewell, N. Lewis, A. Welch, P. Dobbins, C. Brooks, L. Gragg. Row 3: G. Ford, B. Bridges, M. Young, E. Smith, J. Quarles, R. Brown, M. Smith, J. Benson. Row 4: R. Sims, R. Little, A. Burkitt, B. Cox, B. Reagan, S. Beaty, J. Nance, K. Jolly, T. Carman. Row 5: R. lnman, H. Locke, E. Woodlee, H. Baldin, H. Mitchell, F. Layne, J. Oliver, B. Thomson, G. Henson, L. Whaley, N. Agee. Row 6: W. Thompson, P. Overall, L. McDonald, H. Wilkerson, G. Muskett, S. Wright, E. Ellis, B. Amonette, F. Medley, D. Parrott Page 282 fini' ir" .- l..i'7":-or , GYMNASTICS-Row 1: R. Inman, president: J. Nance, vice president: A Hubbard, secretary: J. Patterson, treasurer, L. Groce, sergeant-at-arms. Row 2: M. El- lis, S. Walker, S. McBryer, D. Prince, M. Perkinson, B. Tatum, B. Teissler. Row 3: A. Welch, R. Pendergrass, W. Belt, D, Parker, L. Alexander, M. Almon. Row 4: B. Gilmore, G. Roberts, B. Cox, J. Lawson, R. Grizzle G mnastics Club Develops Skills 'lille goal of the Uyninzislics Club, one ol' the youngest organizations on cziiiipus, is Lo unlolcl clexLe1'iLy in zicrobaiic and gyninasiie skills for the individual, Lo Leach others these skills and to learn :incl inzisler the niosli clilliculi siunis. ln years Lo eonie, the club is certain Lo become one of the ouisiancling clubs on campus. Menibership in the club is open lo all 'Lech sluclenls. .-X Coiiipziratively small group, the Gym- nzisiics Club nienibers enclezivor to inieresli more sluclenis in joining the organization. Members pcrleci Lheii' skills in Memorial Gyiniizisiiini where mais and a Lrzunpoline are al. Lheir disposal. This year Roberi Inman is serving as presi- ilCl1l. of Lhe club which ineeis Lwiee weekly. GYMNASTICS CLUB MEMBERS learn the art of tumbling on a trampoline Page 283 5 ww., . 14, M wmv, -5 3 fi 5' J mx DORIS WHITEHEAD, Acquatic Club Queen, and her court, Jeannine Forester and Mary Jane Pardue Aquatic Club Gives Water Pageant 'l'he main purpose of the .-Xquatic Club is to leach and promote an interest in synchronized swimming and to encourage other aquatic sports. Nlembers develop prolicieney in swimming skills and at the same time observe water safety rules. Nleinbership in the .'Xquatit' Club is open to any student who is interested in synchronized swimming. The club meets regularly on lues- day nights except in the case ol' special programs which require more practice. Miss Judy Orr is the club sponsor and director. Each year the Aquatic Club presents a water pageant during the spring quarter: at this time the queen, who is chosen by the members ol' the club, is presented. Oflieers of the group are: president, Carlos Cutierref: lirst vieevpresident, Doris YVhitehead: secretary. Jeannine Forester: treasurer, Nelson Crinder: and sergeant-at-arms, 'l'im Butler. AQUATIC CLUB-Row 1: C. Gutierre1, president: K. Johnson, vice president: D. Whitehead, secretary: N. Grinder, treasurer: T. Butler. Row 2: M. Pardue, N. Quarles, A. Dixon, D. Pinlcston. Row 3: A. Griffin, W. Brown, J. Brown, S. Rivers, P. Harwell, K. Catlin, G. Ford, L. Coppinger, P. Hoots, J. Medford, E. Puckett, B. Cantrell, A. Hollingsworth, B. Latham. Row 4: R. Bumbalough, D. Phillips, T. Briggs, J. Fuqua, J. Nance, W. Ladd, R. Alexander, K. Doane, M. Genella, J. Quarles, B. Foss ? Page 284 CAFETERIA CLUB-Row 1: R. Harris, president: N. Turner, vice-president: G. Tucker, secretary, D. Lanlctord, treasurer: J. Forester, reporter: B. Gregory, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. White, Mrs. Crawford. Row 2: B. Kelly, B. Dennis, H. Morris, P. Flynn, C. Fagan, A. Parrott, J. Murray, J. Hunter, H. King, A. Mase ters, B. Waggener, J. McGrew, R. Eastland, G. Young, J. Clark. Row 3: R. Crook, J. Annis, R. Grizzle, H. Ooten, J. Scott, E. Karam, C. Hughes, J. Mettord, L. Donaldson, M. Perrin, L. Sharp o DECORATING A CHRISTMAS tree and holding a Christmas party are annual features ot the Cafeteria Club Plans Activities Richard Harris is president of the Cafeteria Club which is composed ol' the students who work in the cafeteria. These students ineet twice a quarter to study rules of etiquette and serving. 'lihey also discuss plans ol' group entertainment and activities, such as picnics, parties and skating. Students work in the cafeteria according to their individual class schedules. ll' schedules per- niit, some work three daily nieals while others work only part-time. These students not only work in the regular three daily lines, but they serve at special dinners and banquets held in the cafeteria. Mrs. Leonard Crawford is dietitian and super- visor ol' the cafeteria. Wlithout the assistance ol' student workers. the lull tiine statl. which in- cludes dietitians, cooks, bakers, food preparers, and dishwashers. would be unable to get the food through the serving lines. Page 285 MUSIC CLUB-Row 1: K. Hull, president: J, Blackburn, secretary: K. Balter, treasurer: J. Marks, sponsor. Row 2: A. Weaver, M. Pybas, E. Taylor, B. Bradshaw, K. Potter. Row 3: A. Wood, B. Rudd, A. Bradley, J. Winfree, K, Ledford, B. Moore. Row 4: A. D'Andrea, T. White, J. Bridges, C. Ballinger, D. Wilson. Row 5: J. BAND GIVES annual Spring concert Flynt, G. Lawson Page 286 Music Club Hears Special Guests Members olf the Music Club meet semi- monthly at which times special guests or artists from the faculty or the student body perform lor this group. The members also listen to records or discuss special topics ol' interest such as the different periods of music and history. Kenny Hull, senior from Sparta. is president ol' the Music Club. -Io Ella Blackburn assists him as Vice-president and Koleta Baker is treas- urer. James B. Marks is sponsor. The main goal ol' the Music Club is to pro- mote a better understanding ol' music among the students on the campus. The members also try to promote a better understanding between the faculty and the students connected with the music department. Often at the regular meetings the Music Club meets with the members ol' the English Club to discuss the relationship of music and literature. These members also comprise the other campus musical organizations. lnitiates Audition Before Members Pi Mu Sigma, the honoi'zn'y music l'i'z1tei'nity. olliers membership to junior zincl senior music tnzijors. It seeks to improve the level ol' niusieizm- ship among its members zmtl to eneourzige high stzuiclzmls ol' musieizmship among the l't'eshmen :mtl sophomore music' inzijors. Stuclents seeking membership must ziuclition belore the eluh members zmtl must. have lizieulty zipprovzil loi' membership. The Club sponsors reeoiicl-listening sessions and solo :incl ensemble lJCl'l'0l'lllllIll'CS by stuclents zmcl lzlcitlty. l.z1st No' vembei' the eluli sponsorecl at sacretl harp singing, whieh ch'ew singers lirom as lin' :is Georgia zincl .Xlzibzunzi to sing the olcl shzlpecl note hyninsgzi type ol' singing which has almost clietl out in this Zll'C2l. Albert Wloocl is presiclent. ol' the liziteiiiiity :mtl Dix XV2IllCl' YVzule is lizietilty sponsor. The group was liist orgzmixecl in lflrlll. l PI MU SIGMA members enjoy an informal recital by Mrs. Derryberry PI MU SIGMA-Row 1, A. Woocl, Presidentg J. Winfree, Vice President: J. Blackburn, T. White, K. Baker, D. Treadway. Row Secrefary: B. Bradshaw, Treasurerg Dr. 3, B. McDonald, K. Hull Wade, Sponsor. Row 2, J. Bridges Page 287 M E N C-Row 1: B. Bradshaw, president: T. White, vice-president, K. Baker, secretary: D. Treadway, treasurer. Row 2: A. Bradley, A. Weaver, J. Winfree, K. Potter, K. Hull. Row 3: A. Wood, J. Blackburn, J. Flynt, B. Rudd, J. Bridges, K. Ledtord Music Group tuclies Contemporar Works Membership is olterecl by the Music lirlucators National Conference to sophomore. junior anal senior music majors. Brencla Hraclshaw acts as presiclent ol the club, whose members meet to stucly the works of comtemporary musicians and to learn new teach- ing methods. as well as to enjoy special musical pro- grams. Speech Activities Offer Training Hugh McHenry is presiclent ol. the Speech Activi- ties Club which represents Tech in intercollegiate speech competition. This club strives to encourage antl to promote training in various speech activities and to serve as a training program lor those members who wish to belong to Pi Kappa Delta. Membership is available to any stuclent who is interested in im- proving his oral communication. SPEECH ACTIVITIES-Row 1: H. McHenry, president: A. Kelly, vice-president: R. Denny, treasurer: C. Cantrell, secretary: S. Richardson, representative: H. Pink- erton, sponsor. Row 2: R. Eaves, Jr., H. Denny, E. Birdwell, B. Franklin, F. Haltacre, M. Reynolds. Row 3: L. Crawford, Jr., D. Long, T. McPherson, W. Cochran, E. Puckett, J. Davis. Row 4: J. Irion, L. Strain, P. Cantrell, W. McBride, W. Grant. Row 5: D. King, B. Carrington 1...- I S Page 288 swf KAPPA DELTA Pl-Row 1, J. Wright, preside-ntg B. Boaz, vice-presidentg S. Haste, treasurer, C. Voorhies, L. Keys, A. Rivers. Row 2, H. King, J. Knowles, J. Ziegler, W. Gracy, J. Emmons. Row 3, K. Martin, C. Black, L. Sain, J. Blackburn, A. Haile. Row 4, Mrs. Bertram, Mrs. V. Hunter, Mrs. J. Phillips, M. Terry, M. Willis, C. Keene. Row 5, W. Power, P. Whitfield, J. Coots, J. Hicks, J. Buck, E. Hunter Kappa Delta Pi Has Pi Kappa Delta Education Leaders Honors Debaters Kappa Delta Pi, 21 national lionoiuniy lmternily in Hugh Denny is president ol' Pi Kappa Dehzl. which erlucation, was organifecl to ziclvoczlte high professional is eoniposecl oli stuclents who have exrellecl in llClJ2llll1g. slzinclarcls in the lielcl ol' CilllC'ZlliOll. Xleinbership in OTZIIOTX. 2IlilCl'-illlllltfl'SPC2llilllg.CXlClIllDOl'2lllCO1IS speak- Kzlppa DCllll Pi is open to superior sluclents who have ing anrl llllpflllllljlll. Sluclenls may join the Della clisplayecl the inosl clynznnic' leziclership in their lielrl fhzlptei' ol' the liizllerllity when they have been in ten ol' study. Dr. T. l'l2ll'1' sponsors the Hgilernily. clehales anal have won two clehznes. llCl'Ill1lll Pinkeiv lon ancl Dr. Dale Level are the clehzile coaches. PI KAPPA DELTA-Row 1, H. Pinkerton, sponsor, H. Denny, president: R. Eaves, vice president: S. Richardson, corresponding secretary. Row 2, B. Franklin, H. McHenry, S. Reynolds, E. Birdwell, F. Halfacre, R. Denny. Row 3, A. Kelly, B. Carrington, D. King, W. McBride msn 39 W 4.21: rag, Page 289 CATHY JONES AND SUSIE SADLER lead Tech students in cheers at a bonfire on the campus Pep Club Promotes School pirit Rho Epsilon Rho, better known as the Pep Club, was organized in lEl56. The elub's pur- pose is to encourage greater student participation in athletics. lts goal is to keep the spirit ol' Tech forever living. Other duties are to help the nieni- bers ol' the varsity teams to realize that the stu- dents are behind theni and to show opposing teams the true Tech spirit. Menibershin in Rho E silon Rho is o Jen to I the entire student body. This year the club boasts one hundred twenty-five nienibers. Rach year a key is given to the student on campus who does the niost outstanding work during the school year. This club is one ol' the niost active groups on CZIIHIJUS. They decorate the goal posts, niake welcoming signs for the visiting teams, and niake shakers to be used by the students at the ball gaine. PEP CLUB COUNCIL-Row 1: R. Fuson, H. Miller, Miss M. Cooper, L. Daughtery, L. Jolly. Row 2: J. Key, R. O'Brien, E. Hullander, B. Martin, Buzz Newcomb. D. Dunavin Page 290 k arg.,--M RHO EPSILON RHO-Row 1: L. Jolly, president, E. Hullancler, vice-president: H. Miller, secretary: P. Croley, treasurer, M. Cooper, sponsor, D. Christian, M. Connelly, P. Huftstutter, R. Suter, J. Key, E. Bennett, R. O'Brien. Row 2: J. Harding, P. Wiser, J. McClanahan, S. Walton, J. Hunter, S. Sadler, B. Newcomb, P. Balmer, B. Martin, T. McPherson, N. Lewis. Row 3: C. Carden, M. Hicks, S. Sevier, R. Bilbrey, L. Daughtrey, D. Foltz, G. West, F. Mooty, P. Morgan, B. Blank- enship, C. Courtney, A. Baggett. Row 4: M. Willis, M. Mullins, J. McCawley, B. Lea, D. Dunavin, M. Genella, P. Quillen, B. Lane, T. Lovin, B. Tinsley. Row 5: J. Boyd, W. Cochran, A. Ament, A. White, L. Kelley, Jr., S. Odom, T. Tippit, R. Eastland, J. Childers. Row 6: M. Knott, B. Douglas, A. Lyons, C. Collins, J. Blanton, S. McMillan, P. Harwell, S. Latham, V. Maddux, J. Power PEP CLUB AROUSES school spirit by putting on skits betore each home basketball game . . M.. "W: ,fy Q in .K Sy My Page 291 25252. 11031 T-CLUB-Row 1: G. Palmer, president: G. Mason, vice-presidentp R. Thomas, treasurer: H. Phillips, secretary: T. Heiizman, publicity, R. Schmittou, sergeant-at-arms R. Brown. Row 2: F. Edwards, B. James, L. Alexander, T. Price, J. Munroe, M. Smith, B. Bush. Row 3: P. Scott, G. Muslceit, R. McCurry, P. Paz, B. Cox, R. Shu- mate, J. McNeill. Row 4: H. Baggett, H. Locke, A. Frey, T. Ramsey, F. Layne, C. Black. Row 5: R. Brogan, L. Conner, R. Inman, J. Mason, M. Genella, K. Jolly, H. Loyd, P. CDveralL sponsor NEW MEMBER ofthe T-Club enjoys in iiiiiiation Qc 99 WWW Thirty-Sixth Year This niarks the thirty-sixth year that the Club has been an active organization on the 'lcch Campus. NlCl11lJCl'SlliP in the club is open to any person who has lettered in one ol' the intercollegiate sports which inclucles football, basketball, base- Vm 4 ball, track. golf, tennis, swinnning ancl the rille tcani. Each year the stuclents on canipus have the enjoyment ol' seeing prospective inenibers oi' the .545 club go through initiation week. 'llhey niay be ,Y . -Ni seen with animals in their arnis. various clesignetl on their heads, and bricks anal tires which they niust carry to all classes while clressecl in athletic unilornis. The highlight ol' the weeks activities is an egg throwing contest in lront ol' the Tech Union DL 'O antl a tire race arouncl the cluatl. Page 292 S Then as the final test, the initiates are taken in groups olf two lor a "joy-ride" to some remote spot and are left to find their way back to Cookeville in the night. Boosting school pride and spirit is one ol' the many goals ol' the varsity club. The club also strives to promote good sportsmanship and to en- courage it among others at Tech, and to achieve loyalty by working with fellow athletes. Peggy XVinton, senior social science major lrom Morrison, reigned as queen over the Varsity Ball, a major social event of the "T" Club. The theme ol' the dance was "Kingdom Beneath the Sean and featured Ralph Marterie and his Orchestra. Joanne Munroe, senior home economics major from Hendersonville, and jo Herslon, senior home economics major from Columbia, were at- tendants to the queen. Gene Palmer, a biology-chemistry major from Nashville, is president of the Club. Serving for the second year as its sponsor is Coach Ray- mond Brown. S ' HONORARY MEMBERSHIP is presented to Hoaic White THEY'RE OFF and running at the T-Club initiation NN Page 293 ...Aw MATH CLUB-Row 1: M. Emmett, president: M. Willis, vice-president: F. Caplenor, secretary-treasurer: B. Creel, B. Maxwell, Dr. R. Boles. Row 2: P. Moore, S. Richardson, C. Ballard, C. Clouse, B. Gipson, D. Wallace, J. Brown. Row 3: G. Garrett, J. Peters, P. Ramsey, J. Shadriclc, B. Bush, A. Almon. Row 4: J. Guschke, R. Sircy, K. Robertson, B. Newcomb, E. Martin. Row 5: Professor W. Moye, J. Owen, G. Suttle, H. Carden, J. Hillis. Row 6: Professor J. Doran, Professor E. Ward, Dr. R. Moorman, D. Davis, M. Brock IBM CALCULATOR operating procedures found interesting by Beverly Creel, Margaret Emmett and Glyncon Garrett x .nwegaeit tgp V Page 294 .M .gW.... . ..,,Mygm . 4. 4? 5 ,541 s:2 1 k t -I 1, Sh' if if it L . f-Yi. as .1 X 59 sew 5 . .J ,pf K ' iv, 'ff -it sf: ' Mathematics Club tudies Profession Organized on the Tech campus in l933, the Mathematics Club strives to fulfill the intellec- tual and social needs ol' mathematics majors and other students who are interested in learning more about mathematics and the role of mathe- matics in the modern world and to promote a feeling of unity and common interest among its members. 'l'o better prepare math majors lor the job that they will undertake later by informing them of all possible applications of mathematics is the major goal ol' the club. Meeting semi-monthly. programs inclucle L talks by Tech laculty members, stuclents, anal representatives ol' business from other areas. The Mathematics Club takes lielcl trips anal also has many social functions throughout the year. Miss Evelyn Brown serves as sponsor for the club, ancl Margaret Burke Emmett, senior mathe- matics major from Xtlarrenton. Va.. is president. KME Honors Math Majors Kappa Mu Epsilon, a national undergraduate honorary lraternity in nlathenialies, is open lor nienibership to any student who has a 55.1 average in inatheinaties and who has eoxnpleted at least one quarter ol' ealeulus and is above average in general scholarship. Striving to enhance the prestige ol' niathernaties in todays world ol' rapid seienlilie aehieveinents which affords excellent opportunities for advance- ment, the club realizes the important role of niatheniatics and strives lor outstanding achieve- lllellt in the study of rnatheniaties. The programs ol' KME are designed to further the interests in niatheniaties and to develop an appreciation ol' the power and beauty possessed by inatheniatics. Ray H. Pless lrorn rllllllfllltllllll serves as presi- dent of the KNIE. For three years, Dr. R. H. Moorinan has been sponsor of the elub. RS 9 Q io in 9 Q, KME-Row 1, R. Pless, L. Dickey, M. Emmett, L. Mills, Dr. Moorman. Row 2, T. Fontana B Creel M Morris E Ward L urr Row 3 J Guske C Grissom H. Lambert, G. Williams, J Loggins TAU BETA KAPPA-Row 1: L. Smith, president: K. Martin, secretary, R. Schmitiou, treasurer, L. Huddleston, reporter: Mr. Richmond, sponsor. Row 2: M. Rey- nolds, C. Jones, B. Underwood, A. Harris, A. Fullcerson, B. Sherman, B. Ford, M. Browning. Row 3: J. Fitts, G. Palmer, R. Killion, J. Love, C. Flowers, J. Blalcely, L. Claclc, K. Clinard. Row 4: H. Harrison, D. Fitzpatrick, J. Munroe, W. Flatt, B. Sircy, M. Koellein, J. Wisner, J. Gilmore HONWARD KLAUSNER, Tech graduate student, teaches biology isa Y . Veil was W i sfifil '-"- Page 296 TBK Promotes Interest In Biolog Tau Beta Kappa promotes interest in the study ol biology and offers opportunities lor wholesome social Contact for those preparing lor a profession in biological science. Encouraging and fostering high ethical stand- ards in the field of biology, and creating and pro- moting scholarship in biology are the primary goals ol' Tau Beta Kappa. Picnics in the spring, suppers throughout the year, and a special banquet featuring an outstand- ing speaker are planned annually by the club. Landon Smith, a senior from Springfield, is president of TBK. Sponsor for the club is Miser C. Richmond, associate professor ol? biology. Tau Beta Kappa is a member of the Ten- nessee Academy ol' Science Collegiate Division. Members of the Tech chapter participated in the various organizational meetings of the Academy held in Oak Ridge. K -.-. 'kiwi .,,.,., .iw M' ' W1 T :1:1 .sis gg Qigqesililiigggi Smal. W 2 ....5g,:g5.,, .. as , , .... Q 2 Wi am .. 1 F A .si s ' . .,., iii . sul, s P zgigllkgis' HW" 3 U - SEAS Q t: Q 'HP' in 5 5ggf:5,.5:::5g- i n is .' ii 3. i :. f ' 1 F5 1 .55 Q: f . 1, sf as I IL 'af-q ,, Q 5 ff ,wb H -2 ,,,..., rg' A .. PM X. .. f W. x ,H 5 S' , A .. A-an .M X 39 " gs? I ll my ll ir fis h ggi We A!g5g?i3 r' ,nuff f -Anhx Q W of "W , WE' .Y my W., , ...nf -W agen, , 4,.. .,,. 4 ALPHA PSI OMEGA-Row 1, G. Meadors, presidenfg L. Higdon, D. Alpha Psi Omega Is Drama Honorar A Cliapler ol' of the national Cl1'2llIlllliC l'1'lIlCl'lliLy. .Xlpha Psi Omega recognizes those sluclems with high arliieveiueiirs in clramalics. Nleiubership is open lu meiiibers or the 'lieeh Players who have aceuiuulareil the requirecl number ol. acliriry points in some phase ol' campus clraiua aucl those who have a 2.0 average. Ciurclou Meaclors. senior lrom Purrlaucl. is lJl'CSlllClll ol' Lhe chapter. Cantrell, D. Long. Row 2, D. Jarecl, B. Claypsol Players Present WML murrallw .Xs Lhe raiiipus ilraiua group. the 'llecih Players are emnposecl ol' those srucleiils who are iulereslecl iii all phases ol clraiiialirs. such as acting. tliTCCllllg aiul slag- ing. 'Ilhe Players preseulenl "Mit Siuurrallf' a one-acl eoiuecly. iii Public Programs. Members ol' the club are CllLlC2lYUl'i11g Lo secure a little lhezuer lor Lhe ram- pus iii rhe near lillllll'C. TECH PLAYERS-Row 1: D. Jared, president: S. Kerr, secretary: N. Boles, treasurer: R. Toolcer. Row 2: J. Stone, L. Higdon, C. Mullinix, B. Dooley, J. Paschall. Row 3: K. Baker, J. Forester, J. Avant, B. Gentry. Row 4: C. Almgren, N. Baclcskrom, B. Claypool Page 297 I lgulillusl .fy s 5 Ji - sfsgv,'i?,f. .:j ffff- ,ti A- : Vkx- 1-,H sf' .-I.: Zia, 3 it R P T itts . t , . ' W ' . ,,., iiiwg 1 , . 1- if ' . A W f ts f L ,. an-if AW vt, " Q-NG-'L AWG Ag FRESHMAN AGGIES-Row 1: W. Hyder, advisor: P. Verble, reporter: J. Buford, secretary: H. Birdwell, vice-president: J. Wagster, president: W. Huddleston, advisor. Row 2: P. Mehlhorn, J. Bancroft, C. Fitzgerald, T. Lovin, D. Walker, C. Smith, O. Hanlc, E. Lewis. Row 3: L. Crisp, D. Fox, G. Humphreys, H. Smith, J. Collier, Jr.: B. Lasater. Row 4: R. Crook, W. Huff, R. Wright, H. Morris, J. Halsell, M. Mehlhorn. Row 5: W. Weather- ford, B. Smith, K. Dudney Aggie Club tudies Farm Problems The leeh Aggies, Ul'g2II1lZCCl in IUQSJ, is the olclest club ou campus. 'llhe Clubs pliuiary objectiye is to stiluulate interest in the stucly ol' the ZlgTlClllllll'2ll probleuis ol' 'leuuessee aucl the uatiou. .-Xt the regular meetings the uiembeis are iuloruiecl about the latest icleas atul aclyaueeuieuts iu iuocleru lilllillllllg. Many new cleyelopiueuts atul iuipioyeuieuts are uiacle each year in the lielcl ol' 2l0'l'lCtllllll'C. alul 1 D the leeh Aggies strive to keep the agticultural stu' cleuts l11liOl'lllCtl in O1'tlCl' to guicle them towarcl the goal ol eflieieuey iii better equipping ll1Cll1SClYCS lm' the roles they will play as li2ll'lHC1'S. One ol' the main projects ol' the .Xggies is the publication ol, the Aggie ffoizlacl, establishetl lot' the purpose ol' olleriug training in the jotmiztlistie lielcl lm' agrieultuie majors. SOPHOMORE AC-GIES-Row 1: B. Parham, advisor: J. Crouch, R. Groce, A. Angel, C. Pippin, W. Threet, R. Roberts, C. Robertson, C. Pangle. Row 2: H. Funk, advisor: J. Downey, E. Stockton, J. Hutt, secretary: B. Stone, C. Keith, T. Burlcs, J. Bedford. Row 3: L. Heidle, R. Reagan, L. Swafford, M. Willoughby, W. Car- penter, B. Willoclcs, W. Harlcleroad. Row 4: R. Burgess, C. Haltacre, J. Mayes, T. Parris, J. Elder, R. Roberts, J. Lynn 3 'Q 12 X51-M 3 slums' si se QW H ESQ if E9 Page 298 109 H I I I 51' li JUNIOR AND SENIOR AGGIES-Row 1: W. Huddleston, director: R. Hackett, D. Bartlett, D. Woodmore, B. Martin, J. Windle, treasurer: N. Jobe president: B. Hall, photographer: N. Turner, vice-president: J. Martin, N. Bradley, W. Lewis, Dr. Knight. Row 2: I-l. Brock, C. Vaughn, J. Woody J. Couch, T. Rasbury, L. Willmore, E. Herren, J. Tallent, J. Cassetty. Row 3: T. Allen, H. Lackey, W. Sessions, Jr.: D. Parmer, G. Smith, L. Goolsby J. Heard. Row 4: D. Tarter, D. Bennett, D. Hewitt, R. Mitchell, R. Case, G. Burt, L. Ponder, R Tiller, R. Beaty, J. Little This quarterly publication is sent to larniers, agri- cultural iuajors ancl high school agricultural clepart- ments throughout Tennessee. 'lihe magazine con- tains the Aggie news calendars well as the activities of other affiliated professional tieltls. Recently the Aggie Club has coinbinecl with the Horne Economics Club to have joint meetings. These two clubs also merge to present the Aggie-Home Eco- noinics banquet at which time the Aggie Queen. chosen lroin the Horne Econouiics clepartineut, is crowneil. Mr. 'liech Aggie. elected by the club meni- bers on the basis of leaclership anal active participation within the club. is also presented. An Aggie scholar- ship is given at this time. Another project involves a lloat entry in the animal Hoinecouiing parade. This year the Aggies' Iloat placed second. AGGIE CONTACT STAFF-Row 1: B. Parham, advisor: R. Hackett, Alumni editor, G. Burt, news editor: R. Case, editor-in-chief: C. Pippin, assistant business manager: C. Vaughn, assistant business manager: T. Allen, typist. Row 2: R. Groce, L. Heidle, H. Brock, J. Couch, business manager: B. Hall, assistant business mana er: R. Wri ht, H. Funk, advi . R 3: J. C ll' J .' M. W'lI hb H g g sor ow o ner, r, 1 oug y, . Lackey, J. Mayes, assistant business manager. Row 4: D. Elkins, W. Carpenter, C. Robertson, R. Williams. Row 5: W. Harkleroad, B. Lasater, E. Lewis, N. Turner, business manager: D. Hewitt, M. Koellein, photographer 25. 'f . it fi ., W, s gf .W -. - elvis MQ Page 299 -n 1 H ll an-Q 1 AGRONOMY-Row 1: J. Couch, presidentg B. Martin, vice-presidentg R. Groce, secretary: N. Turner, treasurerp R. Mitchell, corresponding secretary: D. Bart- lett, sergeant-at-arms: T. Allen, photographer. Row 2: W. Huddleston, advisory H. Lackey, E. Herren, C. Vaughn, M. Willoughby, L. I-leidle, G. Burt, C. Pan- gle. Row 3: D. Parmer, J. Woody, D. Wooclmore, R. Mehlhorn, T. Rasbury, P. Mehlhorn, K. Dudney, H. Morris AGRONOMY MEMBERS and neophytes enjoy refreshments after viewing filmstrip Page 300 gronom Members Attend onvention Keeping its ntenibers inllornietl about the latest tlevelopnients in the Iieltl ol' agrononiy is the chiel' purpose ol' the .Xgronoiny Club. which was lounclecl in lllfwll. This year delegates liont the 'l'ec'h .Xgroiioniy Cluh partieipatecl in the annual National Con- vention ol' the .Xnierican Society ol' .'Xg1'OllOIlly. 'lihonias Allen, lhtclcly Nlartin. Conlon Burt. D. XVoothnoi'e. Joe Couch. Nalon Vlill1'llCl'. and -jerry XN'oocly attentletl the convention which was helcl in Cincinnati. Ohio front Noveinhei' Ili through 20. Menihers ol' the Agronoiny Club write ancl etlit reports wliich are ptihlishecl in the Xnlion .Xlf'1l'.N'-l.I'lff'l'. a niagafine which reports the opera- tions ol' agronoiny clubs in the nation. lhe club strives to pitoniote the stucly ol zwrronoim' ancl llQl'lClllllll'C ancl enciotitages high D 1 t n 1 scholastic stainlatcls among its nieinlmets. 'lihonias Allen is presirlent ol' the clnh. Block-Bridle Members Judge Livestock Organized on the Tech Canipus in the lall ol' lfl5l, the Block and Bridle Club encleavors to proinote lellowship between students ol' aninial husbandry at Tennessee 'l'ech and agricultural workers. and to proniote an increaserl interest in livestock. Stuclents majoring in aniinal husbanclry. clairy husbandry or anyone interestecl in livestock may seek membership in the Block and Bridle Club. Presiclent Lewis XVillniore is assisted in his duties by Vice-President Ronnie 'l'iller and Sec- retary VVillian1 C. Sessions. B. 'If Parham and NV. C. Hyder are sponsors ol' the club. The .Xggie Ball is one ol' the highlights ol. their social year. The club also awards a Merit with Trophy each year to a club ineinber. The purpose ol' Block and Briclle is to pro- niote closer lellowship ancl interests among the inenibers ancl to bring about closer relationships t between the stuclenis and the nien who are pur- SHOWNG B Pile bull me membm of the Block and Bddle Club suing soine phase ol' aninial husbanrlry as a pro- lession. BLOCK AND BRIDLE CLUB-Row 1: W. Hyder, L. Willmore, president: R. Tiller, vice-president: W. Sessions, Jr., secretary: C. Pippin, treasurer: C. Robertson, marshal: B. Hall, editor ot yearbook: W. Threet, assistant editor: B. Parham, advisor. Row 2: J. Bedford, R. Case, J. Heard, C. Keith, N. Jobe, A. Angel, J. Cas- setty, T. Burks. Row 3: L. Goolsby, L. Ponder, L. Swatford, B. Roberts, J. Hutt, B. Lasater, E. Lewis, B. Stone, R. Wright. Row 4: R. Beaty, W. Carpenter, J. Elder, E. Stockton, R. Reagan, J. Lynn, R. Hackett, N. Bradley. Row 5: D. Bennett, D. Tarter, P. Thomas, B. Martin, J. Mayes, B. Willocks Page 301 'vt ..---' me E S ww-sm, i Q i s Q 1 - in sew i 1 0'-' , im" nf: I f..,......+,4 5. . 3 2 it ..--': J, - J gf as ss L. + dst' 1 i s , t .Y . i ef., -ff 3 Us wx YW .-GM' gw' 1 9' gtk., - .ev , an N ,iv s w,Y'J' ,t gs , -FF Q! nf. AGGIE SCIENCE-Row 1: J. Windle, president, R. Nolen, vice-presiden-tg H. Brock, secretaryg D. Hewitt, treasurer: J. Little, Dr. Knight. Row 2 F Bennett, B. Miller, G. Smith, J. Tallent, T. Burlcs. Row 3: R. Burgess, R. Williams, W. Harlcleroacl, W. Payne, J. Downey Aggies Form Physicists Strive New Club For Publication New to the Tech CZIIHIJLIS. the Agl'iCllltll1'C Science Nletnbers ol the Physics Club lime ts then 0 l Club strives to bztntl together 2lgl'lL'lllllll'C tnztjots to this yezn' the publishing ol' at tnztgztxine tntetes lttrthet' the pmliessicntztl trztining ul' workers in the lieltl scientists ztncl engineers. The club meets uety othet ul' ztgriettltttre ztntl its relzttecl vocatiotis. 'lihe cilttb Ft'iclz1y. at which tinte speakers, tnoxies incl clisc s hopes to pmntote at better ttnclerstznnling ol' ruml sions are 21 part ol' the 1n'0gt'z1n1 to help the tnetn J lurobletns ztncl to luster the cleveloptnent ol' lznnily nncletstzlncl the physic'ist's role in totlty s X living in the 1'lll'2ll :treats ol' Tennessee. science :intl 1'ese2n'c'h. H. Franklin Cheek lmc s gmttp. PHYSICS CLUB-Row 1: F. Culp, M. Tidwell, H. Cheek. Row 2: D. Templeton, H. Stonecipher, R. Wiley fs ...Mm Page 302 W.. ,,..1,gv A , - ,... . qw, I, V.. ... .". ,. - ., ,aa - t 4333, ,,,,,...,,,, Home Ee. tudents Learn kills, Arts 'l'o clevelop proliessional allilucles anil abili- ties, to wiclen cultural interests, lo earn public unclerstancling olf lionie economics ancl Lo give so- cial experience Lo its ineinbers are the goals of llie Home Econoinics Club. Meinbersliip is available Lo all lioine eco- noniics inajors. Nliss Esther Montgomery and Nliss Clirissa XVenclL are sponsors ol' the club ancl Miss Claucle Ann Huclclleston, senior lroni Cooke- ville, is presiclent. Nlenibers ol' the club practice the abilities and gk skills they have acquired in class at the lionie inanageineni liouse ancl the nursery scliool. Each W slnclent in lionie econoniics is required to live in llie lioine lll2lll2lgC1llClll lionse one quarter in lier senior year. J 5 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB members eagerly watch a cooking demonstration HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-Row 1: F. Johnson, vice-president: F. Bilbrey, secretary: J. Hecldleson, treasurer: E. Wilmoth, parliamentariang E. Montgomery, co- sponsorg C. Wendt, co-sponsor: S. Heard, B. Hawkins, L. Lynn. Row 2: M. Procter, L. Colley, G. Tucker, P. Bobo, W. Mitchell, W. Winstead, M. McFerrin, M. Webb, L. Witt. Row 3: D. Forester, C. Hurst, K. Hackett, L. Tenpenny, J. McFerrin, S. Mullins, N. Quarles, A. Masters, C. Birdwell. Row 4: L. Harris, J. Hunter, D. Feather, l. Maxwell, R. Wallace, J. Meftord, C. Parson, A. Bryan, J. Paschall l Page 303 l Pl OMEGA Pl-Row 1, E. Jared, secretary: H. King, president: C. Black, vice president, J. Norrod, historian: Mrs. V. Plummer. Row 2, E. Webb, H. Wall, Mrs. C. Kinslow, sponsor: Mrs. B. Cameron. Row 3, H. Williams, D. Coolc, L. Johnson, J. Thorne IE Contributes ' Pi Omega Pi Honors Leadership Business Students Sigma lotzi Epsilon is un lionorary business lil'2llCl'- lluniors zuul seniors iiizijoriiig in Business .'XClIlllHlS- nity wliieli ollers nienibersliip to Lliose sliulenls lroni lrzuion :ire eligible lor inenibersliip in llie lielzi Blu llie business school who lizive 21 3.0 quality point, uv- eliziplei' ol' Pi Omega Pi, wliicli was orgzinifeil zu 'lleeli erzige in business subjects. The Sigma lolzi Epsilon in l91l5. Members zne requirecl to niziinlziin ll 3.0 pronioles sc'liolzu'sliip in llie business clepznslnienls :incl zxverzige in business subjects. 'lilie l'1'z1te1'11ilyenclezlvors CIlCOlll'2lg'CS liiglier slziiiclznals in business :incl prolies- lo ClN'0l1l'2lg'C znul loslei' liigli Clllillll stzinclzirrls in busi- sional lile, 'lille Sllfs niuin purpose is to sliniulzue ness :incl prolessionzil lilie. Helen King is presiilenl ol' interest znul zu'liiex'enienl in llie lielcl ol nizinzigenient. llie clizipler. znul Nlrs. Ray liinslow is sponsor. l'i'esicleni ol' Llie l'i'zuernily is Harry xlzuluess. SIE-Row 1, H. Jaquess, B. Keys, V. Blankenship. Row 2, N. Busse, H. Ayers, L. Johnson, Jr. Page 304 Veterans Sponsor March of Dimes 1010 1. l'lOXVlL'I' s1-111111 z11'1'1111111111g 111111111 1111111 flllli Ri11g0. is 1110si11c111 111 1110 x'lClL'l'1lI1S fllllll. 011011 101'1I1L'II11JLTI'S111IJ 111 1111 1'0l011111s 1111 111C vlqlfllf 110sscc 10111 1'z11111111s wl111 1111111 Zlll 111111111z111l0 11isA 111.11g0 1111111 1111 1 .5. :XIIIILI1 11111011110 1111l1111s lllJIJl'OX11Illl1Cly sixly 11101111101s. 111ClllL'CIII1g5 10.111111 g111s1 s111,.1L1.1s. 1111111111 11 11is1'11ss11111s. 111111 1il111s: 11111 1110 11111112111 11111111111 111 1110s1 111111111gs is 1.111011 1113 111111 1111.1111Ls 111111 z111111111111'01110111.s 1'11111'0111111g' 10111111s 1ss11011 by 1110 Q'0YL'1'I1lIlC1l1 110111110111 111 1110 1'e1e1z111e1111ll0g0 11111- 11111111i11g 111 1i11111111i1100s 111 Cillly 11111 lJ12l1lS. 'l'11c 01111315 111111111s0 is 111 11151011 l1ll'1Jllgll 101111- 1111 111ll0g11110 e11.111110ls. s1111.1l. .11.111111111. 111111 .1111e 10110 :11i1ix'i1i0s. 111111si11g. 111111 1111101 l1111101t1s 111' RICA- 1ix'ili0s 111'11111111i11Lg' 1110 XVl'l1i2ll'L' 111. 1110 101011111. fjlil' 111 ll1L' llllljfll' z11'1i1'i1ies 111 llll' YL'lL'1'1lllS 1111113 is 111:11 111 s111111s111i11g 1110 Nl:11'1'11 111 l11lIlCS 111110 1111 1110 'llL'l'11 11z1111l111s. 1'1'111'001ls 1111111 ll 1111'11l1x'-sl11110111 1111s11011111ll QRIIIIL' ll1'L' Q1X'C11 111 ll1L' HAND'TO"'lAND COMBAT mined Veterans 'fry basketball 1 1 1 NlllI'1'11 111' 1111111-s. VETERANS CLUB-Row 1: J. Fowler, Y. Garrett, Jr.g J. Gant, C. Stringer, Dr. Eyler. Row 2: J. Lyda, D. Davis, F. Cary, L. Whaley, C. M. Bishop, W. Watkins, B. Keys, L. Gibbons. Row 3: E. Garrett, B. Mangrum, R. Wells, J. Jacobs, R. Oakley, R. Andrews, R. Rowan, R. Garner, Jr. Row 4: W. Wolfe, L. Feldhaus, J. Sim- mans, R. Hendrick, J. Young, D. Jaclcson, J, Fifzgerald, M. Kimsey Page 305 i ws i 742 . tl wr Y S N EA-Row 1: C. Clayborn, president, B. Boaz, vice-president: J. Summitt, secretary: J. Knowles, treasurer: J. Anderson, D. Stemen, Dr. Whitfield, Mrs. Bertram, Mrs. Terry, sponsor, Dr. Farr, sponsor. Row 2: A. Rivers, L. Keys, L. Myatt, R. Colwell, A. Smith, P. Wallace, S. Powers, B. Mee, M. Johnson, B. Teissler, D. Ellis. Row 3: N. Jollitt, S. Fields, P. Davis, C. Robertson, A. Dixon, B. Blankenship, L. Glover, L. Bryant, B. Beeler, P. Winton, D. Whitehead, L. Sain, M. Franklin. Row 4: H. Brown, P. Burrcss, C. Courtney, C. Black, M. Davis, M. Johnson, M. Winchester, M. Hampton, V. Holland, J. Ziegler, M. Shelton, B. Lewis, W. Thurmond. Row 5: J. Johnson, G. Walker, H. King, S. Clottelter, B. Hudson, R. MCG-arrity, L. Dyer, D. Hancock, M. Gilliland, M. lrwin, L. Edmonds. Row 6: N. Prater, R. McPheeters, J. Ayers, J. Mettord, M. Newport, E. Webb. Row 7: J. Dilday, J, Dillon, M. Wiltzorn, J. Merrell, K. Black, J. Flatt, M. Cordell, L. Coppinger, S. McMillan, J. Love, J. McLarty SNEA Informs Future Teachers Helping stntlents in the lieltl ol' Ctllltllltfill to be- ztheztcl. these tlitlzttitie meetings, helcl twiee monthly eonle better Zlttlllllillltftl with the pmbleins ztnrl work llllifllilll the stntlents on the history and ethics ol' the in etltttiulion is the goal l0XV2ll'tl which the Stntlent orgztnixetl lC21Cl1tIlglJli0liCSSlOIl. 'I'l1e1'el'm'e. the evzlhtzt- Nzttionztl ticlttcuttimm .Xssocrizttiml pilots its ztnns. tion :incl Ol'lCIlt2lll0ll ol' the sttttlent teztehet' plays :tn lt is lltmngli the chili meeting lhztl the SNIQX inherent role in the tleveluptnent ol' the SNIQX pm- CIltlC2lX'Ul'S to litlllllllllfllt' the slnclents with lmth the grznn. prolessirmztl tlntl the tonnnttnity lJl'0lJlt'lIlS than lie Chestet' kil2lylJtJl'llC is president ull SNIQX. S N EA-Row 1: F. Caplenor, B. Parker, B. Creel, J. Combs, D. Smith, B. Skillern, S. Bennett, B. Kidd, A. Beatty, J. Walden, C. Carden, N. Woodard, R, Moyers Row 2: M. Stanley, G. Honeycutt, A. Hyder, B. Wallen, J. Caplenor, J. Stone, B. Dooley, M. Herrgen, P. Rains, C. Koger, J. Taylor, J. Emmons. Row 3: J. Cooper V. Underwood, R. Bradford, B. Chattin, J. McBee, C. McClure, A. Patton, B. Caldwell, L. Lawson, D. Candler, J. Putty. Row 4: M. Buford, B. Burr, P. Flynn, P lsenberg, M. Dixon, W. Pate, M. Jenkins, W. Slagle, M. Prater, G. Hooks, E. Hunter. Row 5: J. Burham, J. DuBois, W. J. Cochran, B. Waggener, J. Lee, L. Dun can, A. Burkitt, D. Moore, H. Wilkerson, J. Coots, J. Wright. Row 6: R. Tooker, B. Whittemore, H. Miller, P. Wiser, J. Groins, A. Haile, J. Cary, L. Medlin, Y Garrett, J. Brittle, W. McBride. Row 7: L. Harris, C. Cantrell, B. Saylors, L. Arney H H I I I ...te NNW 5 E 1 5 '1 Page 306 lumni Association Binds School pirit 'l'11c Yl1C1'11 .'x1lllllI11 .-Xss111ii111i1111 is 1110 1ic 111111 11111115 1111 111c111111'1cs 111111 11ss111i1111cs 111111 2ll'C l11Cllll- 11011 wi111 1110 I11111' yC2ll'S 5111111 ill '1'c1111csscc 'I'1r1'11. 1i111i11 yC21l'. 11111'111g SlJl'1llQfJl12ll'lCl'. 1110 .x1llIIlIl1 K Y 1'Xss111i111111111 1111s ll IIICCIIIIQ. .TX 1111111111c1 IS 110111 111 111c 1'111'c1c1'i11 1111' 1116 IJll1'lJUSC 111' l'CllCXV1llg 11111 111i- 111111i11111111'cs. lllCClil1g new 1'l'1CI111S 111111 1111t1'1111s 111' 'l1C1'1l. 111111 c1c1'1i11g new 1111i1tc1's. I'l11111eC11111i11g 111111 g'l'2l11ll2lLi0ll 11g11i11 111'i11g 111c .xillllllli buck 1111l1c 'l1C1'11 C11111p11s. 'ZX 11111114-11111110 1111s1111g'i11" is 111c 111111111 111' 111csc 1i111cs. 'I-11C .'X1llllll1i Lounge 111 1110 '1'c1'11 111111111 is 11111111 1111' 11111sc 111cc1.i11gs wi111 sc11i111' class lllClll1JCl'S 111 1'11111'gc. I11c lc1i11-.-X111111111 .-Xss111'111111111 is 111111'c 1111111 1111 111'g11111x11111111 111 Ic1'11 gl'2lK1t12'11C5. ll is 21 x'1s1111c 1111111il'cs1111i1111 111' 111c s11i1'i1 111' 111c s1'1111111. 1110 14111111111 Xzfzm is l11111lis11c11 1lll2ll'ICl'1t' 111 kccp 1110 A111111111 111 11111011 wi111 111c I11'11g1'css 111' I A H X 1, TECH ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFFICERS-Robert Graves, 1959-60 president: 1 11 to Lgk' Wesley Flatt, Jr., 1958-59 president: John Smart, speaker at banquet: T. W. Kit- trell, treasurer: Leonard Crawford, executive secretary PRESIDENT DERRYBERRY OPENS Alumni Banquet with a speech 11, my JE Www 'HW Page 307 advertising 'I 'ff- . M' 'M M W My Va. QMIKWIKW S UNDERS ELORI T Sponsor of CLUB 1400 Since 1944 "Say It with Flowers" . K0 E G R4 P1 Q, 1 ff of x ,,, 5 5' ' Q - 2 Q 1. -C 1 ,,., . ,,M,., WNW... 2 'Vw-E, uv-" Flr1u'e1'.v by Wfire Afzywbere Q at .IA 6-6116 at home or at the shop, Twenty-four hours a day "The Voice of Tennessee Tech" You may reach Howard or Helen Saunders COLLEGE B RBER SHOP 1 BlH'l7!!1'S.' Copeland jared D. L. Vickers C. E. Phillips Fred Bilbrey 210 East 8th Street JUST OFF THE CAMPUS Wfe Need Your Head in Our Business" COOKEVILLE PLANIN G MILLS Harzlwoocl Flo Ofillg and All Kiudx of Building Lumber Telephone JA 6-4191 Cookeville j Page 310 INDEX FOR STUDENTS .X mm' lunar Urol, Cllillon liilisiml . ... ., . .. .,, 490 Khslon, lirin-sl liligviii' . . . . . . , . V202 Xdznns, Cllzirlcs Xvlson. Ilr. Iwgqpgy 27.1, of Xilznns, llinlli' Nlznion . . I I Ilgjg 121: gi-1 Krlanns, john .xllllllllly I 1345 1374, gig' 252 Xrlznnx, Pznriiiai .Xnn I I II H 3.2 Xiliork, IICITX lizixlvi I Ugly' 255 Kilioilk, Ki-n Rzixhnrn I 22,4 Xdiorek, Paul Gem' . H173 Xilinx, ,Kllcn l.:iRll4' . . ,. ,, .1214 22N Ktlilinglon, 5111111 ki-nclnll, Ilr. , ,,.. 2274 Mlkisson, Aixiiii- llaiwn ...... , ., .,. ... 202 -Kgs-r-, Ncnlon Rau . . . .,... ....,.... l 72, 282 Xger, Nolzi lililzilmrtli . ,. .,,. ,.., , , .22I4 Hsin, Barry Nov! V HN. ISI, 202, 2110, 2132. 2117 Xkin, Iltlllll lzrlwiml .,. . , .,,,,, I I I I 223 Akin, Roberta Louise . I I I I I I I I I 111 2713 Xlrlcrson, Nlzixie l.:1nii'i , I I II I 2274 Xlcxzimlcr, .Xlhi-rt Cilliznn , . . , . . , 202 Xlexznicler, llzuxicl l.xnn . ,.,l4r4 2821. 202 Xlcxandcr. Nlanw I I I I ggg Xlexzimlcr, Ralph lzrxin , IIIQQ3 374.1 Xllen, Carl Vestal . II I II 172 Xllun, Harry William ,. I Q33 Xllcn, Nun Cncn . 130, 2II, 2I2 'Xlh-n, Olen l.i-c .,., I I I I Q23 Allen, Omer Kllziyron . .. ,I 212 Xllcn. Ronulrl l.ci' ,. . .. . . 228 Xllcn, ,lxll0lll2lS lccllii . .. 202, 2519, 1100 Xllen, Timothy Cznlm . 232 Xllrecl, Prisfillxi , . 12, 228 2150 215-1 Xllslun, Ilerry llaili' . , ... ,., , 202 Xlingrvn. lfllglll' .Xilolpli ,.,. TR, 207 Xlinon, Clmrlcs l'innr'ro3 Ill . , IBS lfrll Xlmon. lillllllll .Xllison , . IT2, 257, 291 Xlinon, Nlairy Xlznthzi . . 212. 233 Xl-Orfuli, Kzihtain . IT2, 2151? Xlvzirel, Oscar N. ., . 2I2 xlllllillilf, .Xlicu llvlvn ,TIL 202 2130 Xincnt. Rchcknli Anne 2l2, 20I Xllloilcltv, Bill llzlrolrl , , . 2X2 XIIIOHUIT, Louisa' C:n'clxsi'II , 130, 202 Xnilorson, Billy lflilllils . H228 Xnclcrson, Ciliuilvs Rimliqnil . 228 Xmlcrson, Ilznnus Norris ., 228 Xinlvrson, IILIIIICN Rzilph Tl, 2I2, 2300 Xndcrson, Nlznw Sin' 22S, 253 Xnrlcrson, Rzilpli Gem- 202 Xmlerson. Rzixinonil ll. 2214 Xnclvrson. Williinn Cnimll IT2 Xinlreivs. Rei-ie l.ill1nil '72, 2605 Xnrlrews, Rohm! llillnn 22:4 xll4ll'CM'S, llnnnzis Clnrk 228 Xnrlrcus, Nkultvi Inu-wil ll2 208 Xngvl, Arllnir .Xllrn JI-1 298 . fllll 9, - img, X ,E 1 iw ,gif mth-191' v LUNCHES SHORT ORDERS THE BEACCDN lfighrh and Dixic ilookcvillc, Tcnncssu DINNERS FOUNTAIN SERVICE Mr. amd Mrs. Don Crouch. Uufuen Page 311 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xflrllr' Inna, M X I I Xnglin, Rin lYilwn 3.2 Minis, .lzumw Row. li, Q33 233 .Xppli-. hylxizi Sul' ., , Q43 ,Kim-x, lzrlilli lqmlcl 2214. 31115 Xinrrlal. l.a-mmgufl lzugvm' -12,4 I ' Xwlllrurn, lxn Kilim! , 11.1, Q25 bln: Xngvlzx lfllm-n 315 Xxkus. l.cxiL' l'1llll. 11, Q25 Xlmlllux, l.1n1'rx X1-il 325 Xlnip, lfn-al .Xu-ix . . , 2453, 272 Xikiwni, liolmlry Wqnm- ., , 212 lust, lLT:1i'pgvl llnillizilll, Qll. . . 815, NX I72 . mlm. mms gn . , Q23 - Xllxlin. liincwlim' llzmnrllr llili. l1".22X Phone 6 2155 Xmliil. Rrwlu-il Wzxxm' H 225 Xx.m1. l-Iilixgxnl Wznm- 2112, 2m1, 272 2 Mgmt. XI.np,z1u'I ,lzmv TH. 2254, 21,7 O11 tht 5 Ll'lf6 Xulwlnll, I's-mn lbvzm 13:73 q l Xxvls, Imlx Gcllmzl , .. 228. R116 llaulwlmni. Xril Kilillimnl . . 228, 258 2517 X ,- j ' J lln1.1g1'll. llmxurrl limluin I1i11. 2112, 2112 Cookcx llltv I-'Lum' llzlggvll, Nlzlrgznvl Xml . 117. 2112, 21311. 21i'y. 2fll llqxggnll. .Xlu lluilinlulili 123: Ifll lhilvx. ,lulm fillfllx gig llzilwi. Karl lfrzmklin 12141 225 llnl1m'l', liolrtzl Sur 72. 2112. 2815. 287, 288, 2117 llzlkm-1, l'ulli .xllll . . . 22z1, 2211 llzllcluin, .lulmnx llzlrulxl . . . 228, 282 lizxllnicl, Clziml Nlnrim' . 2221. 221-1 llzxllurzl. lommx Rm' I72, 21119 211' l1.nIlm1l. Willium lilmm,iN Q12 llznllinggcw. Xllicsl l.L'n' 212 lizlllingvr. llzul Rm 1.1, 2l2 281i llzmnmtl. ,lcrrx lu- 212. 251s llnnlu, Robert l'lllIl . 212 22x liznlwr, Billy Xiwl . 2112. 21111, 272 . . lizugn-I, Virginia .xllll , I72 Freylg Megiy, Grofermy and Vgggfdlgley :mm-. l,iml:1 klqm- A A 228.2131 21111 V llmlwxp Wumlu limi- 228 llilrlmx. llillv RL'4'u'w 2l2 ' . i llanllvll. llzxxicl .Xlllwl l72. 21111 11111 7 Puljllqj Square ll.ll'lll'll, Nlzxrmiu Xml 112 llnruimlx. Nlicllzlvl Rm .1112 llzlslmnl. lilvnn llzllc 1i.'v, 225. 2152 ll1lNkl'll, slunior Klmtn-1 2H 71 J -ff Z I - ,A Y lixulwllv. llwlmln l.n'mx 1112 Phonc 6 ,464 Dtlllcry llmlci, lmix lxcluaml 228 llgiw. Rnlpll lfclinllzl 21S llzuwll. K.l111llLw ll1!Ill1'l. Qll. UH. ISN Hn-rmxm l11-.m ll.1wl1.lm. lluuw, Nmimul llznru . llzmglx. William lh-:lu-rl . l'mxIn'l'. llxlxul Rau . l.2.u, llqlxvl. Xmlxru lYilli.1m The Store Tlml Leuzlx l57 T1 HITE STUDIO "Ou the bex! llmrlruifs you will find our l'ldlI1l'u lill ' 3 East Broad Cookeville, Tenn. :Ir 1112 2112 2-IN 1 21.1 ,WWW Page 372 "The Last WIIli'd in Relaxation" . 28 North Cedar C0CA'COLA BOTTLING CO' Cookeville, Tennessee .X Iivni Ii Ilvznn, IIULIII. Iivznil Beam! I5i'.is4vl Ilezillx 1501111 . IIL':iIx , 131-4111 . INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Continued film' . Sirlnex ISI-I1 Imnnn Rm Willie Clznnlinx . Ilrxnnlml Rm , ,lznoll Ilininzu II.. ,ll 1. Ilrlen Clzuln' . . Gail .Inn Xlilhorn Ronald S.nn Honslon , Wzzmlxi I' me v Ili-:nu-1, llionms I-innlklln Iiukrlt, fiIl2lI'Il'N Rnlwil IIN IIII ISU kli Iiefku 'i, Dznlcl In' -r, R111 I'n'm'iIiil , illi, Glenn .Xllison IIc'1II'0l'iI, IIul'Imr:1 Sue , I'n'1IIm1I. ,Iznnex Ilrmxiril III I I 1. A. . Ili-in I,xnn -ifllvi. Clankl 1.1-ix iw Ili Bell. Ilan ILI Ralph Iii 'II. Roller! I',11'l1'1Im' IIc'II, Iunnny Olxilli- lSeII:n', lllnxrlex Rnnailrl , Ilrllail, QI. Bell, Williznn Xi-lwn IIUIIIIVII. Ilimziicl IIIJIIILIIII Ilellnvll. Ifmilx Sm' I1wnln'l1. K-l'ox'cl' Xvzxl Ilennell. Herlu ,Im- Ih-nm-ll, joseph ,ln III 'IIIII' tt, Shirley Xnn ISI Iieimmii. Dzlllus l.:nnpIn'II Ili -nwon, ,linnex Muller ISI-nxon. Willixnn .Xlnolil IIl'I'I1Il2lHII. Williann Rgnnm Iiexmly, ,lzlfkie Xlonlm' Biggs, Rings. Iiillxrn' IIiIIne Ilillnv I5iIIrls' Iiillni' IIIIIHI' liinc-sl K.:n'voII Xlonle Illini- x, KIInn'I1-N Ilnygli x, line x. I"i1inL Rolrrll 1. II.nI11n KL'nnm'IIl 1, I'111lI4'I1.1 1, Relnwmzl Rim- Ilillingxlex. I5nIiIn l'Ii:nIiw Iiilllngslm. I.iniI:i i'.noI ihnkl Ilinlxl IIinI1I llingli . - L 4 .nn, Ixnnngi Ion -x, hlnfla' Kllrn -1, Rzinxlnll Izxrli-11 -x Rulmerl IYznln' 1 . liinnx, loin llonglzu Iiirmlu Iliulxs llllmln VII. l.1n'oIxn Sin' m'II. Hugh Xlxrl rll. I' Iaulnm I' Iif.1In'lI1 Pug: , . 22N 2274 2112. 233,267 22S 2I2 228 ,22N, 111111 111115 - . , -. ., .1111 212. 282 1i1i, 2112. 2751 I72 2IH , IT2. 2112 2214 . , 212 . 228 212, 21124, illll . I1111i 228 2112 228 .MH . P411 225, 2NfI 2112. 21151, 14111. 21112 228, 211l 223 . IIl1i, 111,212 , . . 22N , 31111 2I2 2P42 2I2. 2187 22:4 I72 2112 . 2211 212 2I2. I1I1fI 215 2I2 2211, 2111 IS11, 212. 2111, 2151, 2511 . 22!I 2211 215 Une E25 2l2, 21i2, 2621, 2113 . 271 2I2. 2113 2251. 2118 2251. 25N 2551 BULLI GTON'S All Your Reading and Wfriliug Needs Hobby Suplblies - Ojfife Iiquiltmleul 20 Wfest Broad Cookeville, Tennessee LE LIE C. WILLIAMS FLQRI T Flowery for All OFCIIXIIHIX CORSAGIZ - CUT FLOXWERS BOUQUETS . Phone IA 6-4161 5 COOKIZVILLE I Page 313 ROY L CROWN COL The lfreyber Rcffruvlfer' ROYAL CROXVN BOTTLING COMPANY Cookeville, Tennessee 149 Xllfest Spring COOKEVILLE IARBLE A GRA ITE WORK ' Quality M 01111111 wziy Phone JA 6-6115 Cookeville, Tennessee Page 314 INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Continued X1111f1 pug, lhxllop. Clmlll-X Xlvlxln Ihxllop. mlnrllps In I9I.uk. livin fzuolxn lilmlx. Clmrlw lhullon lilguk. llllIIL'N kinln lSl.ulx. X.mu l.ou I5l.uklml11, Don Xhuln' Iilzlmlxlrllvll. llrmw flllznlm-N I'1l.ukl1ul11. Io llllql lSl.lkl'Ix, Xllllllkll llltlllll lSl.:Io4k.l.l11nIu Iran I5I.lIomk. Izllmw I'oul-M, In lllgxloclx. Rox Hamm' lll.xl1Iwlul1i11. ll.nl1.u.1 Xml lll.llllx1'llNlIlIl. Yelmnl lllzmlu, ,lolm X. lilzlnloll. llellx Lum- lilzmlon, lleloles Nlzule lilexllls. Klzxll Hellllnu' l'1Im'xmf. i.Iznm-nu' Xommzln lil:-xim. lurlw l.xm1 Hlvxlxux, Ralph lolm lSo.uIln:m. Relveuzx Nellu limbo. Xlxlw Xoxllmll Holm. l'.1l1isi1l l.ouiw liolnmzm. lzlniu' lull: Holm, Xtrllllll C-111l Rolll-X, Riflmul lnxin Holton. Kolwll Ime- lloml. I.:11l llllxlon lioml. Inlmw lzcluznll llnonimx l.1vvx Sl.ulll-x Iionm-1. hillmexl llollulnx Iloolwl. ll.1rolnl lD.1lw llmclexl. Ilulllm 4-.ul Ilolrlell. link. lr. llosln-.11x. Holulmx XX.lxm' lioxl. Rislmrrl Xllz-I1 Rolllullll. Xolmll' l,l'L' limwll, Ilolu-ll f.I.lmlm Iko-um. llrlen fzuml lkfwumlu llmvlu l,rlu.u1ml llnul, Xllfn' lxlu' Howl. I.11mw Nmlxlvx l, linxll. lolvll ln'-ll Howl, Xhxllvl Im-vu-ll limlmwll. l'l'oIx1l Xlllu Ihmlxlllx. limmxe lm-ml linux. Rolxell Xll'X.mmll'l Ikmmllolcl. l'llilIlp XX.um' llmlllolml. Rowumlx lhmlll-x. Num' Rlullw llmmlllx. Nell l.uxlx lSx.ulNl1.xxx. llx4'ml.l Xml l1l. llvl. Jlvl .,- .,1 -1 '1 -mp ,mL -ny . N. ITZ. ZS lm: . llfl, I4 ..1, ill IT! 41, 181. 12414 112 -U 1- 41.'1,!I2.2Ell IT" "4vI. lofi, ilu 1-rc Ill. --.I IQIS Zllf UN. H1210 I i'lyI ll,1, I1.1.J11fl.l1U 1.1 .ylo 71' 17" 1.1, ING. 173: . ,ml 1111 503 ' Q29 to-1. i Hill up HN: lil? only 1111, :go :sais 1251 1-1: HH! HI! 'Q414 'ill ITIS Ango ll! 1-no mo 212 124, lllfl mug . 191 1 'll '71 :mg :lo -wa, 1-ng 'lr' 111, QT! 21: 2211 fm! ...,., nhl 171 :zu till ol., 2845. -roxy 287 ZH! Sl! 2112 . 2111 115 l'7I Em -1-Mg QTQ 2240 C500 ZSS jiol EHS INDEX FOR .Y ll rn 1' Branani, Robert Donald .,., Branan, Nancy Leah .,... Brannon, janiee Pile ....., Brasel, Larry Eugene .,..... Brashcars, Robert Clayton ,. Brashears, Roger Eldridge ., Breeden, Frankye lidwina .. Breeding, Fred A. ........ . Breedloxe, Harlan Lawson .. Brewer, Hilda Wayne .... . Bridges, Barbara Ann ,...... Bridges, john Robin .4.,... Briggs, Russell Anthony, jr. ... .... ...,. Brini, George Donald, jr. Brink, Louis Henry , Brink, Walter I-'rancis .. Brinkley, Ulyus Odell .. Britt, Bobby Glenn Brittle, john Grafton ,. Brock, Gordon Hugh ,.,.. Brock, Nancy Kenny ...,.. STUDENTS-Continued l'11g1' 212 ....lT3 ...,2l2 ....229 ,...230 ......2l2 ....72 230 ....,,230 ......272 ..2l2 ..,l73 282 72, I73, 286, 287 288 230 281 2625 ...2l2, 255 268 272 86 173 266 . ..... ...... I 65 . . 230, 254 257 306 ..,...l73 299 302 . IT3 ...,.,...l73 294 ,. ,.,,, 230 . . ,fl5, 202, 268 292 .. ,....., 2l2 86, 88, I7-l 262 266 .,....,.....l74 251 230 .,.. ... 230 ..,l-l8, lha 17-1 282 ,....l74 ..,.. 230 ,. 230 282 , 2l2 2l2 . .2l2 .230 252 306 N202 ,...230 28-1 . 230 294 2l3 .. I74 .. 69 230 275 .,...l7-l ...,..... 232 . . 35, 58 62 202 .,......, 213 284 202 206 ,. ..,...... 86 269 27l ,..l23, l26, I28, 133 I35 ,......,........202,303 ,. .... 230, 306 213 230 ....I74 Distributors of Grade "A" Food-Products DERSO Fish 81 Oyster Co. Incorporated 322 11th Avenue, North Post Office Box 187 Nashville 2, Tenn. Brock, Mike B. .....,....., . Broderick, Thomas joseph .. Brogan, Robert joseph Brooks, Carleton Mcilay Brooks, john Matthew ,... Brooks, Lawrence Dean ., Brooks, Mary Dianne .. Brooks, Richard Van ., Brooks, Roy Allen .....,. Brooks, Sammy li. ,.....,. , Brooks, Wayne lidwartl .. .. Brown, Buford Blanton, jr. Brown, Charles Robert .,.., Brown, Donald Norman ., Brown, Eugene Chambers ,. Brown, Franklin . Brown, Helen Kate ,, Brown, james Bnddie Brown, james Silas, jr. ., Brown, judith Virginia . . . Brown, Larry Edward ., Brown, Larry Hugh .. Brown, Larry Wayne Brown, Marie Ann .... Brown, Norma june .,., . Brown, Robert Lee ......., Brown, Thomas Wayne ,..,. Browning, Mary Katherine ., Broyles, Gilbert, jr. ,.,... . Broyles, Ralph Douglas ,. Bryan, Xorella Ann .. Bryant, Efiie Lou , ,. Bryant, Eloise . ,... Bryant, jimmie I.ee , Budd. joseph Holmes, jr. ., WKMUY' . Techsters typing on the new Royal WEAVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY SALES-RENTAL-SERVICE EI ectri c-S tandard-Portabl e N ew-Used-R ebuil t 113 West First Street COOKEVILLE Phone jA 6-2936 Page 315 B ILEY'S DEECORATI G SUPPLY Painl-Wfnllpaper-Firmr Covering 125 West Broad St. Phone 'IA 6-4216 Cookeville, Tennessee STATE FARM INSURANCE A1110-Life-Fire and Casualty rw A STATE FARM INSURANCE ROBERT B. MCKINLEY 299 East Spring Street Cookeville, Tennessee Phone JA 6-6218 INDEX FOR .X :mir Buloul, .launes 1',i1u.u1l 11-ulorsl, Mary Ann llullnil, Will Hermann liuiu-, Raymond llllll . . llukmill. kl2IlllL'S lirlnaml 11uIl. lluvicl Rambo . lhillilxulollglx, Rohn-rl Ilzlrnlcl lslllllllllllbllflll, Terry l.s'e llunn. Robert Alulreu nll1ll1l1l'l. .hlgcline lnlznilxi- llurillhvl, Virginia: lilznim' liulgrss, lirum liliizah llllrgcss, R05 , Burke. Pzltritizl ,Xml llurlw. William Yum' llllllxlll. JXIHIC Louisi- llulks, 'lkrmmv . ,. llurnell, Sum Gclnlil lluit. 1'mnniL' .lu . , Hun, lmwis Orln lhllwss, lrillflllll ,Kun Burt, Kmrmloil Willis Bllfl, Robert Houston lluxton, john xvlllllt' , llusln, liustel ',.. ., . Hush, Sllelln jenn , . .. . Iilllt-l'1r:ll11:,Il, lllulith 1frznlu'a-S Ihlllrr, Kilmrles 1,L't- .. . Butler, -lolm Wzultci . llullm, Lewis Dalton lhnllvl, 'lim Rlilllllll 153141. Cilmrles llonzilil lhrll, Kirxlrlie llormzln , lhrmn, 'laum-S litluzml . l'z11n'L'rzl. Sylxin N1L'ru'tIvs Ciallilwell. B1'L'll1llI lfziw lizllllwcll, Dznitl Wzune . llaxlclwell, 'lsheo Clair. II1 ., Klzulfee, 15211-1 Franklin, ll r. lizunp, llcishel l.1lf.2lI1lll0N , lizimplu-11, Robert hlzuksmx .. flzlmpllcll. Virgil XYQHIH' l.1m11e1', llizlnnull 'l, C,.mI1'e11. 111-xerlx jenn I mttell, illxrislu Nlzu- . fii1lll1't'll, llurollxx .XIII1 . I I C C K C K C K K Izumcll, llzlrris 1'ulli-1' . fllllllkfll, jerry 1'u-wlon , .Illllll'll, Svlxiu Sm' .1mIrt'l1, Wzunt- ljllllylllh np1a'nm', lillzl limi' , ziplt-nor, lfranu-S ,Inm- gnpps, William .Xlherl . Igml, Xlntxin Ruxmonml .1n'41t'n, Kilmrlollt- .Xml .:m1n'n, llzxrry Stewart .. STUDENTS Continued 2540 ian 171 . 21f1 '17x'.':s5 zlrs. wx 2112. 272 ' 1:12 flma. Iflfl . New nu, nz, 171. 175 . 21:1 175, 2150 2350, iw: 201 1,43 . 00, 1131, 2150 2.10 175 -11-s I'nge' 2I10 2518 , 2521 11011 . 202 153 202 . . 2210 2110 2370 28-1 E121 230 2418 271 , 202 150 202 17-l 271 298 1102 , 220 . 2110 , 182, 300 '10I 1102 . . 202 210 11015 '78 2113 202 1100 , 25111, I100 . 202, 271 21.5 , 2512, 2111 201 201 2310 174 271 , 202 72 2121 '80 "Nl . 230 , . .21I1 2112 2125 2110 230, :ima , 202 . 208 271 . 2112 2417 , , . 2121 230 175 271 2111 T100 264 2241 , 2814 C100 20-1 2117 .79 213 , .2210 '37 2157 202 .2121 3011 10-1 2100 . . 21I1 2540 '01 2100 202 20,1 "Furniture of Distinction" from Cooleevillelv Most Modern Furniture Store EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME POWELL BILYEU AND SONS FURNITURE COMPAN zzs EAST BROAD STREET COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Page 316 3 , Y W ,. t 5313 1, ag wig 5 , f we-f "Prices are Born Here and Raised Elsewhere" SPRING STREET MARKET Open 24 Hours- 7 Days A Week Free Delivery Anytime 22 West Spring Street Cookeville, Tennessee Phone .IA 6-2992 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xrnm' l'u,Q'r' Cardwell, 'lihomas Franklin Carlen, Walter Hill .. Carlen, Waller Whitson Carmxuk, Slllilllnf? ...,,. Carman, Tony Carrol . Carpenter, Archie Ronald C arpenter, W'i11iam Samuel Carr, jimmy Wayne ....,. C C C arr, johnny Rowan ..... arr, Reba Faye ....... arr, Ronald Keith .. Carrin ton Billy Hu h C C - E , , R arroll, james Edward . . arroll, jerry Steven . Carroll, Marion lidward, ji Carroll. Max Ronald ..,. C Carter. Charles Earl , Carter, james Luftou, jr. . Carter, Lawrente Randall Carxer, Bobby joe . , Cary, lfloyd 1-Itlward Cary, -lean Gilbert .,..,. Case, Robert Hilton Cassetty, .Iitnnly l,a1rrente Cassetty, john llaxid .. . Cassetty, Sara Castellaw, Hugh lilliotl Castle, Aloanne Castle, Sara Catherine . Castro, I-'raueisto , Catlin. Kathryn l'lllIllllK'l1l Caughron, Harold Ralph . Cebe, Dennis Robert , Cehe, Linda , . arter, llohby Lee . .,., , 141' 298 ' 230, .. 49, ,G Q67 21:1 202 Q02 213 'ms 147 4 t 299 213 '10 '72 Qi-as 123 257 299 Q99 175 201 230 123 Centers, llanny Lee . , . ,. .., . Chaflin, Betty jo . 202 Challin, jerry Harlan , 230, 253 201 Chambers, ,lerome Roger . . , . . , . . Chapman, Sarah Kathleen . . Cheek, Howard Franklin 175 Cherry, Edward Taylor .. . . . Childers, jerry William .. lil 206 Chiles, Mary Carolyn . 213 Chisam, Charles Murray , 208 Chisholm, Tommy . ., .. . Chittenden, Don Allen .. Chittenden, Myers Beniamin Chitwood, Alvin Dean . . . . . . . Choate, Patricia Sue , . , Chouinard, Armand Robert .. . Choy, Fxaristo . . Chrisman, Larry Blackford Christian, Bob Louis . ,. . , 202, Christian, Donnie Gene , . 213, Christopher, Phillip Nelson 230 213 llill 230 282 207 301 213 175 257 213 2851 230 230 230 175 132 271 175 was 230 305 300 301 213 301 230 200 175 20-1 230 284 230 202 2250 2311 300 207 202 213 1102 2210 291 261 272 230 2140 175 214 230 202 202 213 200 201 21-1 J. B. st C. T. DuBo1s Wholesale Distributors of Texaro Petroleum Products Phone .IA 6-4554 Cookeville, Tenn. AUTOMOTIVE PART' COMPANY Automotive Re placement Parts Cookeville, Tennessee 201 West Broad Phone JA 6-2166 Page 317 INDEX FOR STUDENTS Confinued "Il Xumf uw llwm. Rr1Il.mrl ll.nllxwn 2flIl llzulx. I',Illl:l Rllllu IIST 2Il2 llmlx, l.iI:1l1 llzlrlu ITB 25115 K.l11iIrmm', I.x'ml:nl4l llmln- 2341 Llgnlx. Ixrlunml lllln-Ir 2II lI.ulX. lu XIIIIL' T2 2S:7 1l.nls. lolm XYIIILIIII. Il. lT'r 2T2 flzxllx. l':llxx XI.u1u- T2 2fIIl ll.nlX. Rnlwll l'ivlw IT? Clzul.. Rulrvll lX1lll.Il1r lT'w 2Tl Kl.uxlmul'n. lluwlm-I Xml.1rm 202 IIIIIQ Clmprml, XX lllizmv lhmrlllml. I1 T8 lT'v 2!lT Clmlml. lulm lnmlfvll l2'I l2II 235 fll'IIlHllN. RUIJVII 2311 ll1l1.xl4l. lxI'IlIIk'III l7xm.m 2'III 2llIi Clow, llulx Xml Zflll lIUIll'Ill'I. Sllillm Xml 202 flllli Clullw, C-lvlulgl fnmlxll L. 21lI ilxmmn, I-QIlu.ml IIS? 282 Vmvlmlllv. Izmlu lfcluzlnl ,. 2flI Kmllmll, Iglniu' l.1-r . ITS Cimlllxlll. XYilm.l Ivznl 2ll. 2HH, 2Sll fillti Im-. Rm lluuvll ISU Lnllrr. Y.mu Xlllwi.l 2fII frullu. Mm llwmx. Il, 2lI fullvx. I xmlpl Ium' 2'Il. 2 VI, 2151 2liI Iullnmn, C'xnll1i.u 2fIl Colm-. lux lim 2'Il. 232. 2Tl 2III Culr, l..n1x ll. III, ITU 24il 2llT Kulm. l'1lIn ITU Clvlv. IMIIIII Rm 2fIl Culm'm.n1. Iolumx llul 2fIl Kula-m.nl. Xlum ix' 2I I Cullm. l.iml:x 2IS flllll iullin-r. klulm RIINI. il. 2lIl 21N 2539 Ckxllivl. Xlzn l'lIl1'Il ITU 2ST Clnllins, Clnrulul Ivglllrlln- 2fIl, 2liT 2fll ikmlxml, lulm Rimlmnl .,2fIl Ckxlurll. Lllznilx RIN' flllli Lmnlys. llllill 2IIl flllli Cullllu, Xl.1xxlu Xhum' 2iII Kmnpmln. Ullman ll.zlulIl 2fIl lnmlm, liulmlu I-Ium 2fIl Iullllm. XXIIIII In 2IIl Cuum-llx, Xlgllllhl lv 2Ul Kullllrx. I uunlv Xlvllmml IW! 2I I 2802 funk. I.llm-x ll.Iulx UIII KIIIIL, I.n1mw lgmnllum 2I I um. II.. XI-I-1.-I, ll, 2:11 funk. Xurunul 2IS lnuln-1. ,Ilx.mll.I Klum- 2fil IIIIU lumix, Izllmw XYill.nml ITU. 21iT 239. Iillli Lupv. l':llxx Nunn 2IN lugwullzxxrl. llrumlcl 2'Il lupl-Inml. Curl I Imfl 21N Kopp:-mlgv. Lwnxllw !IIl,2IiI Page 318 INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Continued Nunn up .Ixppm'Il1.:r, Lou- ,Tu QIII .upmlugn-I'. l.lllLlll Ruth 2.41 JSI Illlli .mIun, Ixlmlxif' lialxisl . 2fII '1u1la-ll, Xlxux Xliu' 2iII. 153 flllli mn. William Su-pln-n 21II I0llll'lI. Ran lluum-ll 2lI uxlrwl. lmxnl 2fIl mrmll. Im' l-alum 452. lT4I,jEl1l fI1lIl .mlln-1. l'l.u1k Xlwl . III 2'wT Imullmw. Kllln l.nulXx1 2l I. lfll IIIIII rm.1n. C-rxillml l.m'I' 102 QMS cmzln. X.lmx 2fII hx. lim: I'. ITU, mx, Rulwrl l-Qlll 2H2.1SfI 2172 Jilmlclmk. Llllmll I-lxnn ITU lzuig. lzllmw I'. ITIS 21302 203 ,l':lm'. fl1.n'lIw K-.. ll. 2II Irnsx, llmmnlsl ll. . , ZII Ilglxvlrunl, lurllzlnl lu . lfil 28N IILHXITUIII, Xlllllrl' Krilll, Ir. . 2fvT .ln-rl, IM-xrrlx Xml . 201, 2112. 252. JSPI. 2513 MIIB 'lmsmx Lnrllslglllu' Xclvlm' . . 72 232 Ililylmx, liiclmul R. . JIIIZ 232 rislrl. Riclmul ll. 2Il'I, jlill. 2li,'u Ilixp. Il'NlL'l llzllm' jfll 205 llwl. llmmnl I, 280 rilu-mlvn, Lum-N II-xxvll 'PIL 2lI IlIlt'llIlL'll. Izlmmw Imlwx 2f?I TIHILVII. lm' ILIXIII 2fII lrulwll. Ilmmzlx lm- 2Ib mlm. l'lil1u- N, ITIL 102 fill Tlmrlllurll, llillx C-lm-ml 2Iljl .nmk, Rugs-ll K-Iwlm 283, 2IlN 'lunL. Il'ilsIm lwlniu 2252 Juv. C'll:n'lw XY. 2fI2 Iluw, Qlguvmw llmlnld . .ZIIIL 1150, 2153 mulull, Xlllllx Linz' 2252 'lm1ml1. Im' liull 2ll. JII2 2!lS, 2139 dmull. Xlzllx lflnlluw . . Iill. III. ltil, 201 'lml4l1. Xvllin' Sum JII2, 2lil mlull, Rugrl kvilll 2II rmulm-I, l iml.1 2252 mulm, Ilulrln LII-n 2ll Illlllx. N'llll.um Rmlnnml 2fI2 um-I. Inlllmx llvlm.m 132 ulln-ll. lnlm llllgu 2II ullvn. Rulmul XXIII-x 2II2 Qulp. Xllgil C.llx LII lnnnuingx. Klum Xlmulx lll xllnxninux, Ilzm I'. 2lI ,llllllllillgy Ilznnl ,Xllm . 132 lunlnings, llululln .II-gm 2212 .uunningx l,.ulln'Il.I Rimll limi Jnllnlimgx. Nillmm Xlmulx ITG, uml.lll, lmlx 2fI2 1l1lnm,l..ux ll I WHUB CBSR DIO PPER CUMBERLA D 1400 on your dial Oxygen Equipment Arnbulanee and Air Anzbulance Service Day or Night Telephone JA 6-2151 WHITSON FUNERAL HOME 30 North Dixie Avenue JERE WHITSON HARDWARE CGMPANY Frigidaire Applianvex Furniture Building Supplies General Hardware Telephone .IA 6-6131 Office JA 6-2616 'T' 13 North Cedar Street Pag 319 4 Y One of the Soullfs Newesi and Finest . . . OUTHER MOTEL AND RESTAURAN Two Minutes Wfest of Cookeville on Highway 70N 30 Ultra Modern Rooms with Baths Fine Foods and Beverages Phone JA 6-2462 CLARENCE STE ART AUTO SALES USED CARS We Buy We Sell We Trade RENAULT SALES UPHOLSTERY SHOP Wfe Make Your Old Car Look Like New Cookeville McMinnville Glasgow, Ky. Page 320 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xurnzn' l'rl4ur' c.Yl1llCl'S, Slnirlvy Nlznrin' , . .. . ,.. ,, . .... .., .. .2252 Dzninnwnnnl, Willixnnnn Ilanrolcl . ., , N6 lYAnn1n'n':n, Annlnonn' ,lownnln , 12, 21-1, 286 llznnnivl, llann llilnxnnnl 232 llznnim-1. ,lurk , , 2-124 llznniel, -I:nnnn's Rohn-rn 21125, 265 llznlnivl, ,lolnn Rnnln'n'1 . ., . . 2-18 Dznnicls, l.onnic linlwznnnl . , . 165. 211 llznnnglnlren, l.inm1zn Snnc 65, 181, 211, 261. 26-1, 2510, 2111 llzncnnport, Bill llcrnnznnn , . . 2212 Dznennporl, Roy Wznnnn ., . 117. 2I12 llznis, Cllnanrles Vernon 176 Danis, llznrryl Kcitln 21115 Danis, Ilzninl llvnninnnnninn 2614, 21115 llznis, l-Q1nn'l Wanna' . . 211 Dznis. .luck 1-Qlslon , , ., 232 llznis, ,link llown-II . . 177, 2113, 288 llznis, hlinnn-s lillis ., , , 21-1 llznis, jnnnnnvs Wznnc . 218 llznvis, john 'lnlcr . . 21121 llznis, .Inner llrxnin' . , 2-IN Dnnis, ,lnmlilln Ann .. . 177 llanis, Mnnrcign Allen ., . 232, 3116 l7:n'is, Mznrionn Manx , ,232 Dnnis, Mznry Sun' ., . , 232, 26-1 llznis, I':nn'icizn Ann ,. 232 llanvis, l'c'g'gy Ruth .. 2711. 11116 llznis, Riflnznnnl liznnl 21-1 Dania, Rinlninrnl 0'l'n'icn 67, 21111 llnnis, il7l11'01l0l'L' llnnnnell 21-1 Dzn, Ran' lfn'1-nnln, 111 , 21-1, 2611, 26-1 lluinkinns. Lynn Cnnnlnnn 211 DL-nk, 1':-ggv ,lznnnc 2112 2611, 261 llednnonn. Qlnlnnn Xlcnnn-11 211, 233 Dednnnonn, 'llnonnnns llt'1'IllU'. ,Inu 177, 232 llulfoc, lnnnnn-s linlclx . 232 llc-KQ1nlli1'on'n1, Kc'nnn'I1n Xllmn-nl 2112 lk-lin, llc-In 'lo . 211 llclk. Hxnrulnl 268, 272 281 llL'llinngcn', lYi1lignnn Rznnnnlcll 232 Ilcnnnncy, 11'iIIi:nnnn Rgnlpln .. 62. 2711, 271, 277. 273 Dennis, lk-nn llonnglzns 212, 283 Dennnv, Hnngln Wanna- . 711, 88, 2711. 271. 277, 27N 2874, 2811 Ilennv, Rubesrzn .Xnnn .. . . . 21-1, 267. 288. 2811 Denton, Don Riclnznnxl , . 21111, 272 llCIllUIl, Winston Ganrnln . 232 lleunnncy, Hanrolcl Fnngx-nw , . , 211 llencr, 1Nlon'n'is 1ViIson . . 21111 2611, 265 Dirkey, Lznnnnxnn' Nlanxwrll . ., 177, 2651, 271. 178, 2515 llildzny, Alnndilln Ann ., . . . . 611, 21-1, 21116 Dillon, -Illllll Ann . . . . 211, 11116 Disney, Dznvinl Mirlnnn-I 2112 Dinnnnore, Rox Yunnnng. jr. , 1125 Dixon, Aliu- lfzne , . 2113 28-1, 3116 Dixon, Nlereclitln .-Xnnnn 21-1, 3116 llonnnnn-, N1'i11i1nnn Kc-nnnn-111, In. 211. 274-1 INDEX FOR .N unlr' Dobbins, l':1l1'iLiz1 lxllll . Dodds. K-lvnn 11111211 Dmlmxi, 1.5111 jour , Domkou, Suu Wzircl . lJOIl1llllS0ll, l.i114l11 -lliilll . Dooley, Belly .lo . . Dornizin, Lyle lillon . llorniclx, Gordon .X11ll11111x Dorris, Gary SICllllA'll Dorrim, john Rllllillll, ,I1'. Ilorscy, AllIl!ll'S Rox, 111 Iloswi-os, Bully .lzinv , . . llouglais, illizirlvs l"1':111Lli11 l,Ullf.ZliIS, George Rolxcrl . l,0llLllllS, l'l1:11'i5 I'l11'oup lloiiglzu, Williaim llomlgrx. llr. lloucll, K-lcnn lJl'1Y1lNlll' ., Iloiwll, llugli Nl. , ,. ., Ilowney, llolin 1431- , . , . . . D1'a11111o1i, llcnry ffl1'Nl'lLI!lLl . l,lllll0lS, .lame .. ., .. Diickcr, AlllJl'0Y ll. lJlIllIlK'f', Kcnnelli 11. Dllll'1'I', 'lliomzls ll. . llllgflilll, -ILIIIICS 6111114111 ljllIl1lX'lll, Danid Cl. ,, llllllfllll, Lccclu lm' . lJ11nkn'1'lcy, Allen. Ill . Dunn, -I. V. .... . Dlll'l1llIII, .lllLllll1 Dixrhzim, Mary ,lo llyer, Dznid A. . , Ilycr, 1.0111 Bess , , ., Dykes, William Howzirml .. Ends, llilly Gem' .. Iinkins, Druid lffllllli . Ensllzlml, Roy D. lizlstcrly, l".ll'2l T. . . . 1-1z1s11'i11gr, Harold 11. Iizucw, Rziymond Hrmaml, jr. Eln-rl, Ann .. .. .. .. lahl1'11,l111m's F. . . . . lidgcumwn, Anna .lC'Jlll Iidniomls, Louise , , Efllllllllllwlll. Nlillziral lllyrlv , Edwzirfl, 134-elle ll. ., Iidxxzinls, Bzlwil Fu-14-11 Eclwunls, Dzxvirl l.t'llll . 1ic1w:11'dw, l"red Clynlc . Elzlm, -Imsv Nlzixiem' Elzun, Robert 0. Flclvr, ,l2l1!lt'i 1-ilclrimlgc, Dzixid XX'v11l1 Elclriilygc. lmwii 18211111- lilkins, 13111111111 NI. Iillingboe, john Con1'z11l .. STUDENTS Confinuecl .f 1117. 21114 ' 1477, 24i11Q'21a:1 . .. ITT f 221-l . 2:42 . 2:42 f .'545, 142, 11:4 ' l -12111 21-1 f TSI. 2141 11414. 2:42 . "'211:1. 21411 114, 1744, 21511 . A ' ' 2141 .1-18. -434: 411.1 297 213-7 2158 298 1,-2' -IL 298 290 232 232 109 140- 2145 24444 .145 260 17s 2711 261 299 2.121 J I'ng1' 252 203 232 2252 285 3011 232 232 2112 2025 0151, 2141 271 2141 2:42 2:42 i402 2141 flllli 21 1 14110 2212 232 291 flllli 1,-51, 21-I up 177 2411 177 2141 21011 2055 21-'I I 2. 21 I 2117 2811 177 211 -12 ill 211-l 31111 2llf1 2212 21-I 2I I 2512 2131 21 1 filll 232 21111 25151 232 POTTER FREIGHT LINES, INC. Cookeville - Sparta McMinnville - Nashville - Spencer Chattanooga - Crossville Doyle, Tennessee HITAKER 81 S phone 119 West BI'02lCl COOKEVILLE, TENN. Page 321 COOKE ILLE HIRT COMPANY Loom" Manufacturers of "Fruit of the Dress Shirts 106 North Walnut Cookeville, Tennessee INDEX FOR Name Elliott, Chester Ray ....... Elliott, William Morris Ellis, Dora Fay ......... Ellis, Eugene Clifton ,. Ellis, Martha Lou ...., Ellis, Mary Charles Elrod, Charles P. Elrod, Martha jo ....... Elrod, Norman L. ........ . Emmett, john McCue ....,. Emmett, Margaret Burke Emmons, joan Miller ,..,. England, Robert Cecil Ensor, Barbara jean Epperson, Nora jean .,.. Evans, Albert Hugh, jr. . Evans, Allen Michael Evans, Noel Lyman ,. Evans, Patsy Rose .. Everett, Sam H. ........ , Everett, Troy j. ..,....... . Evilcizer, lohn LaFayette .. Ewton, Thomas Dale .,,..,. Ezell, DeWitt, jr. ....... . Fagan, Carlton Baxter Fairchild, james Alfred .. Farley, jackie Bryan ...... Farmer, Billy Ray ........,. Farris, William Campbell ,, Feather, Dottie Sue ..,.,... Feldhaus, Lawrence B., jr. Fells, joseph Rodney ....... Fergerson, Thomas Edward Ferguson Clyde Nelson .,.,. Ferguson, ohn Bainbrid e STUDENTS U j g .. . Ferrell, jimmy Ray .,,...,.. Ferrell, joe Maxwell .....,. Ferrell, Ray Gunter ....... Sam Nichols, jr. .. Sylvia Ena ......,.. Ferrell, Fields, Filyaw, Betty june ......... Finchum, William Samuel .. Fine, Thomas Al .,..,..... Fisher, Barbara ......,..,. Fitts, james Morgan, jr. Fitts, Mary Lou ........, Fitzgerald, Arthur joe ..... Fitzgerald, Clyde XV., jr, ., Fitzgerald, james Norris .. Fitzpatrick, Alton Brooks ,... Fitzpatrick, David Franklin Fitzpatrick, David Ronald Fizer, Elmer Charles ...... Flatt, Ben S. .,......, . Flatt, james Edward .... . -Continued Page .........178,274,278 .....232, 306 ...232, 282 ..,232, 283 ......232 ...M214 232 .........,..l78, 263 ...63, 178, 294, 295 ,....178, 289, 306 ..,.,.,.232, 252 260,264 ...........21:1 .....215 ,..,.233 ..,178 ...178 263 271 178 ....210, 215, 261, 178 ,269, ,....215 ...,......248 160 303 203 255, ' ...,.......233 233 U233, , 30:1 ...,..72, . H178 178 ......215 233 . . 160, ......178 .. 203,306 ...........233 248 ........68, 178,296 .,..178, 268, 275, 305 298 ......86, 178,262 ..,..86, 178, 296 ,.,,.,.....l78 Flatt, jerry Edward ..,. 123, 127, 129, Page 322 133, 1'4s,'1l1s,'1s0, -151, 179 INDEX FOR Name Flatt, jerry McArt1111r ...,.,......,....,.,. ............. Flatt, Windell Lee ..... Flippin, Georgia Ann Flowers, Charles Lesley .. Flowers, Dale Colley ,.... Flynn, Boyd Carroll Flynn, john Charles Flynn, Peggy Mae .. Flynt, Foltz, jason Enoch .. . Dorothy Ann Fontana, Tony .,...., Ford, Ford, Betty Ann ..,.. Bobby Lanis Ford, Glenda joyce .. Ford, james Clinton Ford, james Leonard .. Ford, june Moore Ford, Tom King ...., Fore, Form Ted W. ...,... . nan, Ben Carroll Forester, Dixie Inez ...,.. Forester, jeannine Gibson .. Forester, Richard Stephen .. Fortner, john Wesley, jr. . Foss, Foste Foste Bob Louis . ,... r, Carolyn Carey .. r, Ida Ruth ..., Foust, Eugene Gordon ..... Fowler, jere Leland ,... Fowler, William Howard Fox, Fox , Fox, Fox, Fox, Fox, Fox Francisco, Franklin, Franklin, Franklin, Franklin, Ann Brown ...,.,,... Anna Carylon . Brenda Ann . . . Dallas Lee Frankie Ruth .. Kenneth Dale ,. Mildred Lenora Sidney Carney Barbara Esther Carl Wayne ...... Leonard Eugene .. Mildred jane Frasier, Bobbie Sue , .,.. , Frasier, Larry Herman Frzlzi er, XVilliam joseph ,.., Freeman, Charles E, .... . Freeman, Patricia Anne ..., Freuler, joel Stanley .... Frey, F rcyt Alvin Ray ,.,... ag, Roy Douglas Friddell, Billie jane ..... Friddell, Thomas james Frisch, Richard Adam ., Frizzell, David Hilman ,,.. Frye, james Laurence, III .. Fugate, Clyde 1Va1k er ..,.. STUDENTS-Continued '. '. Q '. 1711 ...,.72 ....20:1 f .1751 . fff17s1.4 :- .,..119, 2113 267 215 261 269 260 2:13 233 284 260 .790 23:1 215 215 ..,.123,132,179 "17S1, Page 233, 306 203, 296 68, 215 252, 296 ...U215 ,...,233 .....215 285, 306 286, 288 264, 291 271, 295 M179, 296 262, 21315 282, 284 266, 274 .,l79, 263 . . , . .179 . .215 158, 179 .,,. 233 215, 303 285, 297 ....,215 ..,, 289 219, 258 . . . . .215 265, 305 ..233, 260 . H215 179, 267 . .H233 252, 298 179, 264 .. N233 261, 264 .61, 234 288, 289 .... 203 .... 233 179, 306 . . . . .233 ...U233 ,. H215 .80, 179 ...H234 .,..215 263, 292 ...U203 .... 234 .... .203 274, 278 .. . 248 179, 280 179, 254 INDEX FOR Nunn' Fulkcrson, Ann Elizabeth . Fullam, Willard Edward Fuller, Betty ,....,,.,.,. , Fuller, Ernie Eugene Fulmer, judy Ann .... Fults, Kenneth ..,,...,.,. Fuqua, Fuqua, Fuqua, Harry Ryehen ...,. james Lewis, jr. ,. james Roger .... Furman, George lloman lfuson, R0l1ert Frank ,,... Garhn, Morris Chad . . Gaither, 'lhomas DeWitt .. Galbreath, joe Douglas . . Gallagher, Martha Gale . . . Ga11io11, Harold Ray .,.. . Gallman, Patriria jacqueline Galloway, Malcolm Lewis Galyon, Charles Boyd ..... Galyon, l'atrieia Ann Gamble, Charles Thomas .. Gant, john Erwin .. Gant, judy Rogers ...,. Ga rner, Garner, Garner, Garner 1 Garner, Garrett 1 Garrett, Garrett Garrett Betty Blanch . . . Elbert Overton Robert Lee, jr. .. Robert Wayne .. Sharon Rae .. Eugene Roy Glyncon Earl ,... William Cephas . . . Yetman G., jr. .. Garrigan, Mary Ann ,.., Garrison, W111. Clayton . .. Gass, james Garland Gaylon, Chuck ....... Geer, Helen Marie .... Geer, james Horace .. Genella, Milton Louis ., Gentry, Gentry, Gentry, Gentry 1 George, Beverly jean .... Denton Eugene .. Louise ........ . . YVi11iam Owens .,,. Kenneth Wayne ..., Gibbons, Louis Ralph, jr. . Gibbs, Floyd Alex ,....... Gibbs, Weldon LaVerne . Gibson, Gerald Dale ..... Gibson, james Darrell . . Gilbert, john Edmund, jr. ,. Gilburth. Roy Edward ,..,. Gill, G1-enda Gayle ....,.. Gill, Mary jane .. ,. ., Gillen, Robert Lewis Gilley, Warren ........ Gilliam, Charlene STUDENTS -Continued , I.,. ...20f1, ..,1'1o, . . 204, ag '2oo.'Qo21, ' 90,8 f f f frail .f 261, ....65,1s6, 90 123 275 20:1 252 1:-ill 269 2611 his 1 so 204 2114 261 216 Page 215, 296 .....l80 234 ....248 ,. 234 133, 215 .....234 280, 284 268, 274 ......234 234 268, 275 ,..., 215 ......2l5 260, 264 .....204 ....234 ...,..215 180 .62, 180 ......234 272, 305 .. . 215 167, 215 ......2l5 265, 305 ......204 lll, 234 .294 180 305, 306 255, 264 .234 .. .248 162, 282 . 234 262, 265 291. 292 234, 297 204, 271 234 234 .. .234 263, 305 . .234 147, 234 , 216 ,. 234 iso, 271 .. .. 234 261 264 216 ..... 234 .,..160 ....234 G G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 INDEX FOR Nrnm' illiam, jasper LaVern .. illiam, john 'l'. ..1... . illiland, Mary Elizabeth .. ihnore, james Robert .... ilpin, David Graies .... ipson, Barbara Sue ,. lasseoek, 1Villiam Fisk lover, Linda Gale ..... lovier, jimmy Ray ..,. oad, jimmy Gwyn oil, G arolyn ..,..... oll, james Thomas oll', Ruby jean ,..., oins, jo Ann ,.,. . . . olden, oolsby, Lorin, owen, rare, racy, rugg, 1111111111 raham rant, ra n t, raves, reen, 1reen, reen, reene, reene, Melvin Lee .. . Lynn Aldlillian .. Donald Lea ....... William Daxis .... Aaron Melvin ..,.. Rachel Willogene . STUDENTS-Continued ,...136,131,139, ....0o, Lou Alice .. ....... .... . . , Horace Gene .... , 'l'ho111as Moran, jr Hulin Wayne .,.,, Mary Victoria .. .. David L. ..,.. . Charles Haynie .. johnny Clarence .. Samuel Austin Gary Richard Lyndal Gra11t .... reer, Barbara Evadean ..., reer, Xvilliaml Bradford .. regg, john Price ...,..,.. regory, regory, rego ry, regory, rider, rillin, Betty Christine . . Emily Sue . . . . . Kara Calvin, jr. . Ovel Nvayne . Donald N. .... . Albert DeWayne . . rillin, Carl Edward . . . rillith, Donald Lee . . . rigsby, Michael james .... rinder, Raborn Nelson .. rissim, H. Kai, jr. ... rissom, Mary Catherine . rissom, William Rea .... rinle, IDOCC, rot e, rote, rogan, room, Ronald Wallace Lloyd YVe1don .. Robert .... ...,., XVi11iam Howard . Hugh Gene ,,.., Nelson joe ...,, roomes, Richard Stephen Grooms, Franklin Delano . . I Lrubb, Edward French BG.. 258 234, 283 '.'f.'.2kM 23111 204, 2416 264, 296' 143, 145 1S0,'2k14' .....211s, 180, 205' 234 123 112, isinf 1 6" -, ,..2l6 252 23-1 163 298 -.-180 .261 , 260 ,133 2114 '.21's , 280 216 283 081, 1 295 Page .234 . 180 306 206 216 253 234 306 234 .234 260 272 234 .234 'll 1 1 301 216 . 216 234 280 282 234 216 288 234 .204 271 234 234 .248 . 180 ,234 234 234 285 264 248 234 216 284 234 216 234 284 .234 295 253 285 283 300 .234 . 216 ,234 .234 .234 .180 GRIDIRON CAFE 81 DRIVE I Good Food 6 Clean Recreation The place to spend your leisure hours Open 7 days a week-10 A.M. to 10 P.M. E. B. Clinton, Owner 1 Mile North of Tennessee Tech Cookeville, Tennessee Page 323 ALGOOD LIMESTONE COMPANY Established 1938 Manufacturers of High Grade Limestone for All Purposes SERVING PUTNAM AND ADJOINING COUNTIES Phone JA 6-4212 R. E. POTEET, Owner Algood, Tennessee Page 324 INDEX FOR Name Grubb, jessica O. .....,.,. . Grubb, Truman jerry . . . Grubbs, james Perry . . . Guess, George Perry . . Guess, Suanna . . . . . . , . Gunter, james Ordell ..... Guschke, john Thomas ..,. Gutierrez, Carlos Enrique ., Gwaltney, Kenneth Marler . Hackett, Bobby Moore , . . . . Hackett, Katherine Magdleu Hackett, Hackett, Peggy Ann ,... .. Randall Wayne . Hackler, john Thomas .,.. Hackma n 1'nn Carleton STUDENTS-Continued 180, 255, 148 180 ,.llo, 12.1, 125,120 , 0 Hackney, james Robert . . Hagan, james Stephen 225, 31, 62, 105, 117, 136, 139, ' Hagan, Hagan, Susanne Bacon .,.... lVi1liam Sherman ,. Hagewood, Wm. Neil ..,. Haggard, Mary Frances . Haile, Ann Byrne ,.... Hale, Gerald Hale, Howard Loyd ...., Hale, J inimy Ronald Hale, Linda Ann .... Hale, Roy Glenn ......, Haley, William Theron Halfacre, Charles ,.,,,. Halfacre, Leota Faye .. ., 72, 235, 253, Hall, B. L. ,..... .. Hall, Charles Louis . . , Hall, George Ray .... Hall, james li. ..... . Hall, james Gilbert . . Hall, john Thomas .... Halsell, john Warner .. Ham, jack Raymond ..... Hamby, Fred Eugene .....,.. Hamby, Harvey Howard . . , Hamilton, Henry Allen ,.... Hammitt, judith Eileen . . . Hammond, James Louie, jr. Hammontree, jack Allen ..,. Ham ton err Maurice . . . P , .1 Y Hampton, Mary Keith .. Hancock, Ruth Dawn ,. 'Han1ey, john Dan ,... Harbor, Helen Faye , . , Harber, Ivan Wayman ..... Hardin, Tyra Courtney ,. Harding, julia Dell ...... Harding, Richard Lee ,.... Hardison, David Hatton Hardy, Sylvia Gale ....... Nl-vu.-Q. Tack 'M , ' 1-11 158 f f f .1131 260, 204 204 A ' 181,260 .ff f 204, 77235, Page ....,204 .... 216 72, 234 .,.. 210 216, 261 . . . . .216 294, 295 ...U284 151, 216 ..... 62 204, 303 . . , . .2115 299, 301 128, 129 .....248 .,.,.204 142, 145 181, 255 .72, 204 .72, 216 181, 271 . . . . .216 289, 306 ..,..216 .... 234 ...U234 . . . . .235 .... 181 ...U275 216, 298 288, 289 299, 301 .,.. 216 .... 204 ...,.216 181, 257 . . 204 235, 298 . . ,. .216 ..,. 216 .....272 .,...235 .. 204 , . . . .216 ...U235 ..,...235 264, 306 204, 306 ,....235 . . , . .216 ...H235 261, 267 235, 291 . ,. 204 260, 265 . . . . .181 THURMAN CHAFFIN Wholesale FRESH . FRUITS AND. VEGETABLES JA 6-2838 304 W. Spring Street Cookeville JOH RAY'S FOOD MARKET Save More at Ray's with Lo Lo Prices Plus Free Premiums MEATS-CHOICE CUTS JA 6-2685 Cookeville Tennessee 1 BE SOCIABLE HAVE A P E P S I ,ag ri 1' i , ff Hn Cookeville, Tenn. Page 325 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xunzc' Hargis, llarry Lee . , . . , S A T Hargis, Robert Newton Harkleroad, Larry N'ayxn' . Harlin, Sain Hugh , .. . Harmon, Datid Kirhy ., . Harmon, Dorothy Loretta . Day Phone JA 6-6422 Harper, Gerald Wayne .,.. Harper, jerry L .... . Harrell, Bruee lfranklin ., Harris, Ada Elizabeth ..,.. - H' "s, Gal l. . Cut Flowers, Floral Designs, Potted Plants Juke, 'fif','f,,, H Harris, john Milton .. ' Harris, Linda Faye . Corsages for All Occasions Hams, Linda IW H , , Harris, Martin joseph . Gift! and NOL'elfZeS Harris, Paul Laterne Harris, Richard Charles . Harris, Robert Rayiuond .. Harrison, Herschel l.. , 47 N. Cedar Avenue Cookeville, Tennessee Hall' H1"m2"' JU -' Hart, Helen joy . . Hartman, Lynn Tipton Harxey, Gerald Ray Harvey, james Brute . . . Hartey, Tomniy Kenneth . Harward, Betty Lee ,. 58 Harwell, Patricia Ann . , . , . Haste, Janie Sue . , . ,. WINONA MOTEL Larry .Ioe ..,. . Hatfield, Buster lfrank . Hatfield, james literetle .. Haun, Larry l'. ,.,...., Hawes. Samuel Duane ,. Hawkins, Betty ,lane ...,. Hawki Air Conditioned-Tile Baths Hawk, Hayes, Hayes, Hayes, Hayes, Hayes, Hayne Hayne Hayne Hays, Beauty Rest Mattresses Electric Heat Free T.V.-Every Room 2 Miles East of Cookeville U. S. Highway 70N Phone JA 6-4425 ns, Betty ,lean , ns, Richard Wayland .. Daniel L. . ,.,.. james David ,,.,., john Harold . I.inda Sue . . Tommie Christine ., s, Buford Allen, ll ,. s, james David . s, jerry Phillip Don Richard . Hearas, Robert.. Heard, Heard, Heath, Dean ., ., Heddleson, .ludith Maxine . Hedgfeeoth, Max David Heidle, john Xfilliain . Serena ,lane , Louis Edward lleiskell, james P., lr. . Ht'lIlIHllll, Anthony C. . . llemhree, Alvin Daxiel . nwwm' 'Pr 'K.s".s'r ,V at ,Q l-,V ew W had 5, M .fs fn- M A rv ,, 60 62, 68, 69, 76, 90, lflfl, l?ll ., 235.260, r I2 ,. 2l6, 298 .,.,86, 88,91 U". 1654, Q04 ska 264 58 59 63 ll' ll'l, IH2 . 2I6 204 65 204 .1204 f . me 20-l 68 , 20-1, 260 .. 2l6, 298 l29 . l2fl, or Page . 216 I29 204 299 302 , . . 216 . . 2l6 , . . ,216 . , . . .235 2l6, 280 , . . 216 l8l 296 216 264 . . . . 235 . . . . 204 2l6, 3034 2I6,306 lt-ll 255 . . 2l6 269 285 , , , 61 248 296 . , 235 . . 248 l8l 262 l8l 265 . . . 2l6 2l6 234 279 284 29l 279 289 . . . . , .235 260 265 , . . . . 235 . . 235 . . 274 257 303 249, 26-1 67 216 . . . . . 216 , . . .235 . . , .267 . 235 . . . .235 , 235 269 27l . . . IR2 268 27,1 2-18 299 fllll 2l6 3024 , . , , 86 235 303 263 267 299 500 , .235 204 292 if The Friendly Station with the Friendly Cabs . . . ELLI RADIO CAB A D SERVICE STATIO Safe, Courteous Drivers Bring your car in for a in Every Ellis Cab complete and thorough service WE CALL AND DELIVER PHONE JA 6-4616 ANYWHERE-ANYTIME Page 326 X-?' N x Newman Bros. EWMAN'S RE-STA RA The Home of the Delicious Foods 664 VU. Spring Phone JA 6-2662 Cookeville, Tennessee ,Yu INDEX FOR llmnlmrcc, l,z1w1m'me Sunxlq llvnllxu-s-, Rclmcuzl Gale . llvndcr Hvxulcr Hrndcx Hrndrc son, Allen Patrick son, Glenn Lemmni- son, Sliurlill Klnric n, .Ioan Gail . Hvndriik, Rlllllll'll Loyd Hendrickson, 'llmnlns J.. -Ii' Hvndrixson, .-Kllon Douglas HL'1lKll'1XS01', Kzlrrol june .. llcnlvv, Betty Lou . . , HL'Illli'SNl'L', Stone XVilhilc . Henry, Joe Shaw .,.. Henry, Mack liwrult . HL-nry, Noah Wallace, 111 Ilvnry, llz1tric'i1l Unyle ., . Hensley, Jznnus Ronald . Henson, George l"rnnk HL-rnlnn, Mary . Herndon, Nlnrris bill HL'l'l'c'll, l'lCl'1'A1.fl'l Ili-rslnn, H csli-r lidwnrcl Clem I, Manny l.un Shelby ,ln . ikl0I1lll Judson . Darrell I.cc Lkl nun, CL-lil Ran Hnl-li inn, Dennis xvllflll' Hiikl lllll, Jinnny Rnv . llvwill, Hi 1 ' 1 1 Hicks, Hifks, .lzuncs ,Mnlimiy James Glenn . Hill-le. ,linnny .. . H11 ks, Nlllflllll lfrnnk Higdnn, Leann , Hi1bL'l'l, Joseph liclwzird Hill, Cnlxin , .,.. .,. llill, liwingg Kelly ., . Hill, .lcrry Cnlxin .. Hill Hill Hill. ' Hilliard, Frzlnlis Monty. Hillis. llindnn Hinos. llinklv. , Jesse Hfmxlnl . , Nliflmcl Clark . l'vr1'x I cv Ill Joes llnslnn ,.., , nl, Ronald lillgein- Jznncs Polk, Jr. Jznncs Saxon , Hinson, Clnnlcs Kenneth H inson , Tony XI. . Hillllmfk, joe lzvim . llilv, llzunes Bcrnzlrd .. Hixon. llmlygus KC1lllL'lll IM-:nl , Ronnld Nlzirsllnll H4llllllXK1lS', Ran 1-'reclcrisk Holden llolclvr, Holder, Holder. , Curl Iilnzvlll' ,. John Russell Johnnv Iiugcne . Russell Hel'lwi't STUDENTS-Conlinued in 1... wir Pugr ,,.1'4 , 2.10, . .2111 fils, 2:4 . rm, 162, was ' ' i 50-1 fm, 2:46, 2611, 213-1 , lg. 2014 .I 67 ' 204, 2.735 7-1 -- , 255 182 , 1142 299 182 , 274 204 , 261 , 267 216, will ,210 .192 11 69, 236, 67 152 235 272 182 235 2115 1505 210 2115 2145 2115 235 211i Qlli 2011 2:55 216 282 2:15 filli IHL :mu 2457 1 1 1 21m 3112 211-1 278 182 21411 2112 182 291 2117 272 22415 182 2153 23111 211-I 22511 2115 251-1 25145 2315 20-1 27-1 271 216 248 182 2313 2313 .Qfilv 182 230 236 THE RECORD SHOP Cookeville Amusement Company 42 S. Vlfalnut Phone JA 6-6010 COOKEVILLE BE UTY SHOP Phone JA 6-916 1 IDEAL BE UTY SHOP Phone JA 6-6336 Miss Lovell Franks 10 S. Cedar Street Cookeville, Tennessee Page 327 Xumr llullzuml. .Xlllll'L'X lnllkl 2154, llullguul. llullgizls Nlonmmf Ilullulul. Yislm lic-unc-ll llullzmll, You joy ,.. llollnml, xv1lWllK' lfluyrl . 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"Hi . llvl 'UH '17 ws "HQ '37 I lax im , lol 'IT tif! r,,,g Sli ll!! "ISU Vili Mm "Hi Huihnc. XI1-lun Ilmnlnx 20, uit, rm. UR, bfi, Nh, N 117 Hutlinr' Ilullmzx llllflkNllllll'l. Pznlnuk la. , UQ, 2174 Qmil IIIIMIICS llllghve llllghu lillglws llllglnw Hugllu M, Ilulzm, 157 llnllvllr. Rinllaml N. Hull. K1-mon I lr lxi QM. 2:47 Hull, R4 . rlgr 201 2315 2111 3015 236 217 2345 271 2X4 20,1 U"ll -1- 201 236 , 263 1825 21419 :ima fillli QM 271 Win , 217 ZI7 21519 204 20,4 . 263 2250 we Tlafa 25145 WW 34118 . 233 2157 2137 "WIS .201 ISU! 2313 2595 Zfiili ISI! 2345 2315 . 291 2315 21545 235 QI7 IIT ISK YIM 2315 253 2319 QQ-n. .I I INDEX FOR .Xfxnw llullznnicf. I-Iriuill I. Humble-, William I-.lux ffllIlllJlllkl'X5, llfllllli' I-illu-rx Hung, .xlkllllllllltb . Hunlvr, Dnxid Rau . , Ilunlm, Iillfllilt' lllxlllvr, Hullirllv 'lu HllIlll'I, ,jo Izllm-x1 Ilunlcl.l':1IIl1igl Xml Hunlcr. 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Page 328 fr Tennessee Tech students and faculty make frequent use of numerous banking services offered by CITIZENS BANK "Serving the GROWING Upper Cumberland" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Pag ILHRY i Old Rob Crusoe had his Friday, QUEE French Fries A Food for Health S-md-ies he had Hoff Sandwiches COCONUT ISLES he ne'er had laslecl, oh how sad his lol. Szmdaes ,Xa Sh k Q 42323 ll , Malts V-. - ,il Page 5' new i t 'i '....,, ' UEEN ,N i ger sodas Coconul' Isle Memes A Treat for Taste Serving the Cookeville Area Cookeville Carl Bean, Owner Tennessee HARDI TUDKD FINE PHOTOGRAPHS Kodak and Bell 6 Howell Dealer 45 West Broad Street COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Page 330 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Nrmre Page johnson, Donald liugene ....., ..... . , . . ..,. . . . ,2l7, 275 johnson, james Lowry . , , , , , 217 johnson, jerry Sion .. . ,.,. 184, 2711 johnson, judy Anne . .,.., 2216, 1106 johnson, Kenneth Wayne . . . , . 217, 284 johnson, Nlary 1-Qnnna . ., 2315, 258, 306 johnson, Marie Lenora ., 224, 258, 215-1 johnson, Molly Ann ., ,,A,,,,,, 217, 3015 johnson, Patrieia judy .. .. ,...,.... 236 johnson, Phillip R. ,...., ,,,A 2 0.1 johnson, Richard H'ayne .. ., 2257 johnston, Hugh Kenneth . . , , ,237 johnsron, jerry I.. .,...,. ,,,, 2 317 johnston, Paul C. ..,,..... ... . .,.. ,. ...., ... 217 johnsron, 'I'hoinas Sinilh . . . ,..,.. . . . ...,., . . . , 184 jollill, Xanfie ,....,...., ..,, .,...,,,...,....., 2 l 7, 3015 jolly, Kenneth Ray ... . .,,, lilli, I IU, Ill 152 218, 282, 2512 jolly, Lewis Franklin .. ..... ,. 2111, 261, 262 2510, 2511 jolly, Mary Teresa ., .. . , 237, 255 jones, Carroll T. .... , 204 262, 2417 .limes Cathy I-Z. 74 218 290, 2949 jones, Charles NI. .,....., 20-I jones, Donald G. .,.. ,, 218, 2412 jones, Dorris XI. ., .. . ...,..,, ..... 2 37 jones, Edgar Franklin 20-1 jones, Iilsie Alfie . 218, 252 2011, 2414 jones, Janis Carol . 79 184 254, 2153 jones, jerry Wayne .. .,....., , 237 ,l0n'0S. John P.. Jr. . ,.,... 184,27-1 jones, judy ...,,,,, ,,,, 2 18 jones, Larry Darwin . . , ,, 237 jones, Larry l.alen . . . . . . . , . 2124 jones, Loyd C. ...., , 2147 jones, Lyman C. . 123 129, 213 jones, Naney . . .. ,. , U 237 jones, Ray Alion ,. , 218, 257 jones, YVilliam Douglas . , 93, 203 jones, hvllllillll O., jr. .. 147 jones, Willie Faye , 1:45, 252 jordan, Mickey Hugh . . .,.. 2217 jordan, Nvilliain Edward ., ,A 269, 27.1 joyner, jerry Nvilliain . , , , ,185 judd, Kenneth H. . . . . , , , , .2357 jlldd, Philip Hughes, jr. 205, 274 juilkins, Emma Ivadell . . 211-A judkins, Herbie T. ., , , , ,, 205 jiulkins, Roddie Reagan ,237 Karam, Edward A. ., . 258, 285 Keasler, Freddie XV. , , , , , M 213 Keathley, Billy Carroll , , , 237 Keathley, jerry lYinfreil . .,.,. 2247 Keathley, Mildred , .. 205, 260, 2414 Keisling, Harold Gerald ,. Y 218 Keith, Bobby Sue ,..,. , , ,,,, 218 Kelley, David I.. ,. , , ,185 Kelley, Henry I.., jr. ,, , 291 INDEX FOR STUDENTS Xzmzzf Kelley, james 5. . . . ,. Kelley, Naney Carolyn , . . Kelley, Robert Lamar . . . Kelley, Ruth .,......,..,. Kellner, Ronald Kenneth .. Kelly, Bryan CI. ........ . Kelly, Frank Allan . . . Kelso, XVi1liam Paul ..,. . Kemp, Kemper, Richard '1'., jr. ,. Kennon, james Edward Kerr, Shirley jo ....,,... Kelron, Carl Lester Raymond Morris . Key, joseph Carniack . . Key, 'Terry P. ,..,... , Keys, joe Bernard . . , . 65, Keys, Louise Morton .. Kibler, jimmy Rirner , . Kidd, Barbara ....,.,. . , , Kile, Kenneth LeBron ,. .. Kilgore, joe Kyle .. ., , ., Killen, Donna Rae Sluule ., . . Killen, Robert lfloyd, jr. , Killion, Ronald jay . Kilpatriek, john If., Ill . Kinlsey, Max Evan ...... King, Billy joe ..,.. . , . , . . . . King, Charles Anderson . . . . . . . . King, David Bilhrey . . . . King, Helen Grace . 63, 185, 25-1 King, john jesse . . . , .,.. . . . . . Kin , Samuel Dale , . . . . , . . ll King, Waller Edgnion, jr. ,. Kinney, james Roland .. , Kinser, Hubert Blevins . Kirby, Homer, jr. .. .. Kirby, Katherine , Kirkpalriek, Edward F., jr. . Kiltrell, Donald Louis Klausner, Howard A. .. Kni ht Charles Fu ene . 1: , A - I gy Knight, Peggy Ann .... .. Knipp, Rebecea Sue ,. . Knott, Malissa Ann .. , 60 Knowles, jolm C. . , .. Knowles, joyre . . , . 110, Knowles, Lillian Alice .,, ., ,,. Knox, Lyle Reeve .. Koellein, Mayhew Ifranklin Koger, Charotte I-'aye , , Kuhn, Richard xvllllillll Kyker, Randle Ateliley .. Laekcy, Herbert Lellrone Lnry. Tom Neal .,.. ,. Ladd, Larry Dale . . Ladd, Noble Xvayne . K Continued 185, 2611 117 122 , --, .. 79 , 260, 26-1 il 1 , lo- . 2:57 "is, 2-6-7 H2203 . f:i:1,Al19 2497 .miss l-23 128 ,miss V17 285, .. 62, 2115 7o,2oi, 2115, uso, 2115, 252, 68 . 211' A 267 2:19 ffs , 2139 238 261 279 y , 1 r 1 1 1 , y 6, 1 185, lla 257 260 93 237 288 268 .Un 260 218 2911 3114 289 237 218 132 205 262 nm 288 304 'ss 275 2:47 261 264 2x9 23s 25141 218 2951 238 Page 218 260 2421 264 218 285 289 185 271 237 2621 2517 237 2511 237 3115 306 237 306 267 185 185 185 296 237 305 265 , 1 ,- 2.51 2851 306 185 185 237 2 I 8 2811 218 218 237 185 238 218 264 2511 2115 flllli 2621 218 2119 306 238 2-lil flllll 238 238 284 MARCHBANKS DRUG COMPANY Your Friendly REXALL Store On the Square COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Phone IA 6-4314 for fast, efficient, and safe prescriptiofz servite. .-...a.,..,........-.s SO THER IT RE MA UFACTURI G COMPANY, INC. A. D. MAXWELL, Owner Telephone jA 6-4124 1227 North Washington Cookeville, Tennessee Page 331 Friendly Service Above All Else XWATCHES-SILVERXVARE-DIAMONDS BORDE JE ELRY C0 PANY Expert Repairing 136 East Broad Street Phone JA 6-4632 HI-HO DRI E-I Featuring the Best in Fine Foods and Short Orders CURB SERVICE Two Miles East of Cookeville on US-70N Om 635 E. Spring Street In Town MORE T.P.I. VISITORS STAY WITH US Mr. and Mrs. George Scribner, Owners Phone JA 6-6343 Page 332 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xrnllr' .elfeyer, ,lo Nelda ,... ,aine, Flank, jr. ,.,. , .amberl, Richard W'ells ,ambei't, Horafe Leon ,2IIlllllL'S, Robert Cleatou ., I I I I I I.ansaster, llilly' Bart .,... Lailtler. lfretl IN'a1'ren .. . , I.antlress, james Hewlett . I.antlreth, tfarolyn Edith Lanclreth, IVilliam IVentlell Lane, Barbara Sue .... ., Lane, Billy' Rhea .... Lane, Ifred Thomas . Lane, Ronald Bruce .. Langfortl, Richard A. ,. Langstlon, Robert YV. Langston, Jerry Wayne Lankfortl, Dayton C. . Largen, William Vintenl . Larkin. Ralph Wayne ,... Lasater, George Benson . Lasater, Samuel Houston Latham, Iiettye Berniete , I Qiml I 185 las 12:4 2148 at ,atham, Sandra Patritia , Lattimore. Robert Lee, jr. Il2lllllC'l'tl2llC, Nlary' Elizabeth Law, Ella ,lean ....,.. Lawler, tiharles Wesley .. Lawson, Gary' Dean ,. Lawson, .Ioe Mack ,. Lawson, Linda Sue . Layne, Albert Leroy' .. Layne, Franklin D. . .. . Layne, Leonard Raymond Layne, Robert Henry' Layne, William XVillard . Lea, james Wesley, jr. Lea, William Rhea ,. . Leamon, lid Guinn ., I.ctIbelter, tiarl Brown ,. Ledbelter, Reita L. .. l.edI'ord, Robert Keith . Lee, Brute Monroe .. Lee, Ccrgia Faye Lee, Glenda Fay' . .,.. , Lee, james William .. Lee, jane F. Lee, Juanita jean . Lee, Nlarslia Rose .. Lee, Maria lf. ..... . Lee, Rita Gail . l.t-ftwitli, Gary Dale ,. Lemay, Rex Vl'ilson .. Lester, Ann Love .,... Lewis, Betty' june ....... Lewis, Edwin Gordon .452 Page . . . .... 238 ....,..,.24tP 2lil 263, 267 274 278, 295 ,205 253, 272 , . , ..... 238 , , . ...,. 2l8 . . . , . ,238 , . . IU7, 2l8 , , ..,., 249 . . . . . .238 268 271, 29l . . . . 2l8 125 152, 218 . 27l 205 253, 274 .. . 238 238 249, 285 . . . . , 2l8 . . . . , .I23 298 299, 301 ..,.,186,27l 260 264, 28-l 238 253, 291 ISG 2132, 2156 .,,..l86, 253 ISG 260, 264 123 127, 205 .....2?l8, 2815 . . . 233, 283 .....238, 3013 . , . . . 218 . . 282, 292 . , 4 . .238 . . . 2238 . . . . .238 . . , ,238 , 2l8, 29l . . . , . , 72 ISS, 2158, 27-l . . . . 238 2l9 280, 288 , ,...... l8li 2lfl, 259, 275 . . , 238 . . , . 238, 253 . . , . . 219 .,,.,238, flllti . . 74, 238 . . 66, 238 . . . , . 238 ....,...,2f58 , . , . . . 238 218 26l, 264 2l9, 3015 299 30l H 238, 298, s INDEX FOR .Name Lewis, Gwen Sherlin ...,.. Lewis, Nancy Ellen ........ Lewis Robert Martin, jr. .. 1 Lewis, William Brandon . , Lewis, William Kenneth . . Libbey, jake Elbridge . . . Liles, Reete ,..,...,.., Link, Robert Lee .,., Lish, Miriam Patricia Little, Billy jim .... Little, jolm Hubert ,...,.. Little, Norma Ruth . Litton, james Larry ...,..,.,,,. Lixingstone, William Garner Llewellyn, Carl Rowden ,. Lotke, Howard Glenn ,.,. Loftis, Robert Howard ,. Loggins, jolm Tliornlon Lohorn, Paul Sidney ..,.,. Lollar, Thurman Raydean . Loman, Donnie R. ....... . Long, Lung, Donald Vaughn .. lildeenzt Carole .. Lore, joel Edward .. Loveless, Ralph Lee ,.... Lovin, Wallace Taburn , . . Loving, james Walter .,,., Lowe, Lowe, Lowe, Lowe, Low, Loyd, Lunn, Lunn, Lunsfo Lusk, Lyda, Lyell, Lynn, Lynn, Lynn, Lyons, M eAd Gideon Harris, Ill . Lester Hugh, jr. . . Mary McKee . . , .. ,. Patricia Ellie ..... . Harold Montgoinery William Hardy , . , joseph Eugene . Phillip Anderson . . . rd, jelf David . . Marion Murice . james Donald . . , Bobbie Donald . . Bonnie Lois jim Rztndell ., john Arthur ...,., Arthur Millard . . . . ms, Carl Reese, jr. Meliee, Delma jo Ann ....,. McBride, Caroly jane ..... Nlcllride, YVilliam lflayeous McBryar, Sherry Ann ...,... .,..,. . ,. McCall, jolm Edwin ...., Mt'Can1ish, Rudy joe .....,. Mciiampbell, Allen Anderson lklttflawley, jane Ellen ..... Mtzlllanahan, john Robert McClure, Carolyn Sue ..., BItiClure, Richard Eugene Mcllonkey, james XVilliain ....,.. - 219 maj 268 ms, 205 238 205 260 454 2l9 238 '72 288 238 238 282 'i ska 1 :s i 299 238 282 260 272 .72 232 72 296 200 291 238 205 2348 262 as 265 I86 298 261 205 205 289 264 2513 238 lil I 'll ge 238 291 219 249 299 238 238 238 238 186 302 282 93 I86 267 292 265 295 IS6 219 2 I Sl 297 238 306 2155 298 238 252 2459 219 257 23s 292 2l9 238 205 268 305 253 303 fllbl 2155 291 238 306 238 306 283 238 2 l 9 238 29l 29l 366 238 238 jESSE'S MARKET Staple Groceries-Fresh Meats Produce "PARKING NO PROBLEM" JA 6 6663 1509 North Washington Cookeville Tennessee CECIL DAVIS' WEST SIDE DRUG STORE Prescriptions - Candies Fountain Service - Cosmetics Phone JA 6-44 16 INDEX FOR ixvllllll' 1N1eConne11, Judy Marie .. McCord, Arch ..,,...... M cCormic M cCo rmic k, Kenneth H. .. k, Reba Jeane .. McCracken, Josephine R. , McCracken, Thomas M. Mellrary, Meilreary, MeCn1ley, Mellulley, MeCurry, Mcljeariuz George Allen ..., Clitton CBuddyJ David Perry . , . . Johnny R. .v.. . Ronald Lea .. . in, Nancy Jane . Mellonald, Barry Lyle . . . Mellonald, Cecilia Jones . Melbonald, Larry Jaines , . McDonald, X. Thomas .. McDonald, Melferrin, Melferrin , M Cci21l'l'1ly Mtljarrily Mtliiunis, Melirew, Melleury, Melntyre, Mekaiuey, Mckenzie, McKinney McKinney Mc1.orty, M cl.arty, MCM illan, M r'M illau, McMillan, McNabb, Robert Dodson Helen Joyce IJ. . Mildred Frames , Reba Gentry .. Samuel M. . James Paul ..., James Hal ...,.. Hugh Lansden ,. . Howard Benton . Charlotter John , Phillip Ray ,..,, James H. .... , Thomas, Jr. Durley Young . Johnnie Sue .... Betty Sue .,.,, James Ralph William Leon, Larry jackson , Jlr. A McNeal, Jackie ....... McNeill, John C. .... . MCNUW , Louis Wlheeler 1N1tt1'el'ex's, Nathan Zane ..,. Mcl'1ieeters, Rochelle Ann . Me1'herson, '1'homas Harrison Mckeynolds, Tommy Edward McSpar1den, John Thomas . McSwiney, Harry Doyle, Jr. Mabry, Jeanne Eliz, ...,.. . Maddox, Clyde Virgil, Jr. Maddux, Mary Ann .,..,. Maddux, Virginia Lane . West Broad Street Cookeville, Tennessee Malone, lloyd Browning , Malone, Elha K., Jr. .... . Malone, W'i11iam Batey . . , Mangrum, Bobby ...... Manis, Earl ..........., Mann, Joe Taylor ,.,. . . . Mann, Robert Anderson , STUDENTS-Continued 123 124 131 152 . . 116, 152, . . .miq 205, 269, .79 185 1547 171 239 , vis, 113, , 239, 187, iris, , 239, Oil ..- i, 31 123, ..2l9, 255, l 18.71, . .239, , 261, H86 137. .,.86, 87, Page 238, 26-1 186,262 . , . . 238 , , , . .238 . . . . 186 186, 272 . . . . .239 . . . . .239 . . , . .239 , . . . 219 271, 292 219, 201 187, 287 . . . . .205 187, 282 . .219 ,72, 239 187, 303 253, 303 205, 306 , . . . 262 . . . , .239 205, 285 288, 289 . . . . 239 . . . . 239 .. . . .239 . . . . 219 138, 219 268, 272 187, 306 291,300 132, 219 2138, 271 . . . , 239 . , . . .2119 267 292 . . . . 239 . . . 239 239, 306 288, 291 . , , . ,187 . . , . 239 . . . . .239 261, 264 . . . . .239 , . ,239 267, 291 88, 187 . . . . 239 . . .239 263, 305 . . . 205 97, 187 274 339 TEREY HARD OOD FLOORI G Manufacturers 0 OAK, MAPLE AND BEECH FLOORI G Produced from Appalachian Hardwoods MONTEREY, TENNESSEE CO. Page 334 EVANS GARAGE General Repairs Tune-up by Du Mon! 24 Hour 1Vreeleer Serriee Engine Scope 1Vl9eel Balaneing Ph0nC JA 6-2972 36 South Cedar Street Night P110116 JA 6-9135 Cookeville, Tennessee INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .X IHIII' Pngf' 311111111-tx, 11111113111 1'i,1111IlI'L1, ,111 . HS, IHS, 2118, 271 x111I'Ollli, Slllliltl .X. . .,. , ., .. . ..,.,2115 M111'1'o11', 'l'ret'iu -ll'llIl . . . . . 2151, 2117 Nlatrslmll, Cllclucnt Halrrison 188, 271 N1ill'Nl11lll, 1.eQ1i1- .Mtn , 21151, 25.3 3 Xlurtin, lluriux 11l'11II.lI'l1 22151 l I S A11l1'I1lI, lilbert 1,K'llLl1l11. jr. 188, 2111 Xlurlin, 1121115 Philip .. . 2151 Martin, .luck Kcilh ., ... 22151 Mzxrlin, .ltrry I,z111'1o11 . .2111 Mzlrlin, john 111I1ll1'1' . ., . 188, 25151 Xlzxrlin, Phyllis 1101111 , ,. 2351 2111 N1Ill'l11I, Wzuulu Kan ,. . ., INS. 2851 25111, 25151 312ll'11lI, William 1111111111111 .. . I117, 188. 25111 2111, 31111, 21111 H' Ouiuer Nlnsou, john lllomgix . ., 58, H11, 87, HS, IIS, IHS 278, 2811, 2512 x12lSU1l, Lilltlu Satin . . ., . 711, 1112 1814, 252, 2117 2851, 111111 Matson, P11111 Gortlon . 1111, 1221, 125. 1211, 127, 1211 12121 111-1 2112 Nluson, 111111121111 ,lzmius , . . , ..., . . . .. 2111 x1Z1SS1'Y, Robert liciwl . . 271 1111111-1, 1.4111-111 11111111-1 2:10 48 Broad Street Phone JA 6-6724 A11IN1l'1'N, lilsic .Kun . R. 2151 272 283 '111'1 Xlzuslt-1 5. Otto P11111 31111111-11 Q, R0lJL'1'1 151111211 Mullins, C-ztrlzmml In-11 . I1Iz111:11k. -lohn 11. . X11l11l1L'W5, Curtix 1.11111 NIJIIISUII. ,luck XY,11s1on Maxwell, Druid Iizlrl , Nlzlxwt' Nlzlxu 1' ll, Ida P11111 11, Slvplwn X1L'l'l'1 Many, llzlnivs Irrzmklin , NIz1yI1c1'1'y, 1'1L'l'1I121Il KY. ,. 311111-Q, jzuncs 1.111111 . Xfczulixrs. Gordon fill11lL'I' X11-z1rl1111s, 11111171 1f.11g1'n1' '11 11th X1c111lo11'w, -1111714 In' . N11':11l1111s. Rzxlvigll 11. 1111111-1, Ifrztnk x1L'lll11l, I.o111 Klznit' N11-0, llohhic' Ruth '1 lmmzls x1L'1li11l11, 1111111111 ,hm x11'llllI11lI1, Philip I,t-rox x1K'lIlll0IIl, Rohcrl N1:1111'itC N1t't'1'1liIl1, 111111111 141' Nl1'1't1i111. llunirw ,Xlhcrt 1111-11-111111, I.1'l11' 4111111- A11'!'1'i'll, ,luck I.1'1' h1L'1l1'1'. Nleu-17. .Xloif .Xnlon K.11111'l1-x 1.1'1Llll1l M011-11, 1.1lIL11l 111'1if-111 Mifhz-ll, 1i111'11111'1l Xliclcllcton, Phillip Noel , N11llL'l1 NIi1l1'1'. Nlillt-1'. NIi111'r. 11111 1'1lI1.fC1lC' . flll1II'1CN llll' 1'1lIIIL'I' xIl11l'1'1K Ilzirrv I.1'1' 2151 78, INN . . 1148 21111. 281 1251 11 , 218 '37 ISS 21111 2351 21111 283 2351 .1 2.151 .,H1i, S8 21111. 21111 2151 2.151 . , . . ,2115 1214, 2151 , . 2115 , . , 2111 2:17 2151, 11113 , , 21119 . , 23151 . . 23111 21151 '1111 2157. 2517 21151, 271 , 23111 21111. 272 282 21111. f1111i 2111 111111 , 31111. f1l111 2518. ,11111 2518. .11111 1:42. 271 152, 2151 .,11i7. 23151 21111, .1111i 2211 21111 21111. 2811 2f151 22111 188 A1112 1851 27111 . 2153, 2117 182. 2112 COOKEVILLE Freeman and Bob Smart Shoes For Men Mirnfle-Trend Sboex for Ladies WE SPECIALIZE IN CORRECT FITTING Page 335 WEBB PH RMACY INDEX FOR .Name Nlillm-1 llc-In-n lzlilznlmelll Miller, kznllluram' Glenn Nlillm. l.lllIX Glenn Nlillcr. l.mmi1' lglklllkllllhh Alulll-1, Oxml' lzzul Klillvr, Rumlin' Xxvlllllllll Xlillx, l.:nxx Xlelsou Nlingle, Vlugnvllw llullon XlllllL'l', lzllxszllal Hzlrlvx, lll llllylll Xlnnrc lulm Hull lquxy llouglns l.iml11 Corinne Rimlmnl xllllllbll lmmny lleuuxm- Wlllium .Xllll'll lYilli:1m Rinllzxnl Willnuise Su-plu'n Nlillmvl km-exon Xlilmlu-ll. Nlilzllrll, ' Xlilxllvll, Wfe Boost Tech Iizfery Day l,..,,,,.,,, Nlilllwll. Nlilxlln-II. Xlilsllvll, Nlilmllull. Xlillllvll. Nlulxlmrr, I 71 li fer y WQ1 y Xlummg l..lI'lx Nlnomly. i'L'li.l .Kun Xlnun. Xhlllaun ll1mn.1-, lx. Morne, llill llllilxtll Nlume, lllrwllx -lllllt' . NIUUIT, llxxximl lfllcl' . ., Nlumr, llonnu l.L'1' Xluure, Ilmnlln .I. Pistol:- Nlnme, 1-In-11 xllkllllllkkli, Ill. Xloou-. llvrln-x Billy Xlomv. lgmles I rzmlx Nlrmme. In-:ry lfumklin Xl: Q 4 l N BoRDE ELECTRIC Co. y1,y -. 1.,K . . 1,.. 46 South Cedar Cookeville, Tennessee Nloou-, lxl'IIllL'IlI H., ll, Xlmmg Nlnlgznul 5llL' Nlume, l'gul1'iri11 .Xnn Xlumv, Rnllrll Lee. .lux Xlume. lllumzlx .Xllvn Mmm-, Wilzulvzul l,lllliCI Nlmnv, xvllllillll Nlilclwll Nluulx. l"l'A'4l Xl., klr. Xluulx, lllumgls lfillllll Xlmrlzulrl. I-nil lflallluw 1 . . XIovg.u1, Ihnlloimin 5llL' GENl1RAL l:I.l1CTRIC ylmll, 141.0 Ru 11- The Besl in: HOMIE APPLIANCES Xlonix, llnll llnximl . . -. .- - . I 14R1G1DA1Rh COMMERCIAL Qggggggg- mfg -,yn Xlmliy Wgnm- llouxml, Iv. Nlonixrm, l'.1ul Rllllllltl Xlmxiwn, 5.nlu1lcl Xlnfmlxlm- Xlrmrlmx, C'l1g11'l4w llzlxill Nlmw, llzuximl 'Ima-ph Xlmlml. Runzllml l.L'0u Kluwer. llzulmm llmlzllml Xlowr, llllllH'l' Runzllcl Xlrnx. lkolvln Xllllvl' Phone JA 6-4624 STUDENTS-Confinued 1 2110, zfm HN, SN, TN -1-nl as -no 220 271 ISU 290 220 220 200 l .1 12, 2-0 IS. 00 ISU 220 07 189 IHO, 200, 202, - 07. 2211, 2:50 o Jam. 200 '07 208 mi. 2059. 275 MADISO BO LI G LA ES "Spare Time Erztertainnleni Thai illakes 11 Strike with Sizldents Phone JA 6-2826 Cookeville, Tennessee Al0li rl"1' I09 2025 IHN 220 230 , 293 220 210 . 252 . 2il9 230 230 'l00 ,. ,2Wl www lSN ,iHU 220 2240 . Lal Jn 280 170 Mn ima 200 , :sms 224, 200 2:0 200 230 "Hi 1:40 . 291 200 220 , 250 1-gig ' E249 2:0 . 2511 ,ima ull 'uri '00 . 21M 230 220 220 220 1-gn, '20 Qin 2211 3041 Page 336 MCADOOS' A Good Store In A Good Town COOKEVILLE TENNESSEE JE KINS ar DARW N BRO . Popular Priced Merchandise Stores in Tennessee and Kentucky INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Name llagg Moss, james C. ...,. .,.,.. . . .,.......,. .,.... .... ..... . . . 220 Moss, james X. ,..,, , , 220 Moss, judith Ann .,.,. . 239 201, 264 Moss, jon Sherman ....,. . . . . . , , . 220 Moyers, George jackson ..,.,. . , , . . , . . . .239 Moyers, Ruth .....,.....,..,.. 62, llil l89 306 Mullens, Larry W'illian1 . . . . . . . . . ,..,,. 72, 249 Mullican, XN'illianl jewell, jr. .. ., .,., . . 239 Xlullinix, Clara Faye ..,.. . , 189, 200, 297 Nlullinix, jerry Daniel .,.,. . , ..,,.. 239 Mullins, Charles lf. ...,.. ,.... ,.,., 2 2 0 Nlullind, Mary Lynne 2159 261, 264, 291 Mullins, Virginia Sue ,. , .. , ..... l80, 303 Nlullis, Charles Ifullon ..,,. ,. .,..,. .220 Nlunroe, johnson lf., jr. , I00 180 202, 296 Murray, james Sayle , . ,. ..,,... . 285 Nlurrey, john llaxid .,.. ,..,.... .,.. ........ 2 2 l J Nluse, Nfilliam IYade .......... . . .,.,, . 239 Nluskelt, Gary li. .,... .,.148, l.10, 105 200, 282, 202 Myall, Clyde Stanley . . , ,.....,,. .... . . . . , 240 Nlyall, Loreda Ann .....,.. .,., ..., 2 40, 252, 300 Myers, Richard Anthony , ., 189 Nlyllllll, Roger Duncan .., . . .. . 240 Blynatl, lillman l'Ilery,, jr. .. 257 207, 274 Nahors, Charles lidwell ... . .. . ,...2-10 Nale, john Arnold ......,, . . . . 240 Name, james limmelt, III . . . . ,282 283, 284 Napier, jackie I.ou ....,.. ... ., ,240 Nash, Gary Lee . ,. ... ... . .. 220 Nash, Katherine . .. ..,220 Neal, Gladys Allen . .. ..,..,. , . .,. ,,.,240 Neal, jacquelyn Sue ... ,.. ...,..,... .... , .. 249 Neal, Luther, jr. .,.... .. 62, IR9, 207, 263 274 278 Neal, Wallace Larkin .. ....,.,..,.,,...... ll-lil, 262 Neal, Nlilliam L. .. .,..,. .... ....,. . . . ...240 Nr-ase, Charles Winston .. . ...... 240 Needham, john Raleigh, jr. ,. ,.,..... 220 Neely, Alton Lee .. ,,., . . . l80, 271 Neely, Marvin Elmer ..... . 200 203, 267 Neiderl, Carl Alvin ..,.. . . ..,.. . . .240 Neiderl, Raymond Alfred . . . . 189, 255, 274 Nelson, Charles llrian ,. ..,. l89, 270 Nelson, Wayne Edwin . , . . , . , . . 220 Nexille, Ken j. . .,,,...,. ., . N206 Xewhill, Raymond Rye, jr. ,. .. ,. 220 NC'NAl'0llllJ, Sherman Richard . . 290 29l 294 Newman, Nancy Evelyn .... ..... . H220 Newport, Marilyn Ruth .. . 189 200, 300 Newsom, Glenda Ray . , ..,. , . . . . l90 Newsom, jimmie Marsdon . ., 123 l2R, 190 Nichols, james Cleveland ...,. l-17, 240 Nichols, Maurine Mefiahan , ,.,.. 240 Nicholson, james Carrol , 190, 263 Nicholson, Sally Hughes .. ,,,. 206 Xickell, Boyd Travis .,... 206 . , .240 Nix. james Thomas .. EA T SIDE BEAUTY SHOP Located Upstairs in Marclabanlds Drug Store jA 6-4547 Sylvia Long Martha Clayborn Rosalie Tipton DIXIE SERVICE CENTER U. S. Royal Tires Hester Batteries AMOC0 Products "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS" 728 North Dixie Cookeville, Tenn. Page 337 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued N 1: mr' Page Nixon, llexerly Larry . , . . , 2'10 Noble, lldwaral Eugene 206, 257 Nolcn, Robert Guinn , . , . . 302 Norman, Larry Keith . . . . ,.,,. 66, 206 Norris, Bobby Cienu ..,,,. 80 Norris, john Wakefield .. 220 258 260, 275 Norrod, ,laniee Mae . . . . , . . . , , . . 100, 3041 Nollon, llharles Richard .. . ,. 240 Oaklex, Ronald 'l'. ..,,. 100 260 265, 160.3 Q E 0'lirien, Robin lfllllllfll , ., , 206 200, 201 K I I i Ollonnor, Samuel hl1l'l11ll'l .. . , .. 2-10 Odom, Sam Houston . . . ,. . . .,., ,201 ffiilllll, RlllJC'l'l Donnell . . 160, 220 Ogle, Ronald jack ..., ... .., .,,. 240 Ogle, Samuel j. ,... . . . ,. 240 I I Ogleshy, Bohhy Gene ., 206, 268 275, 280 Oglesby. lLeorg'e li. .... , , . . . 100 lfHara, Morris liugene . . 158 150 100, 274 Olixer, Clay Ilaniel ...,, ... ,. , . .240 Oliver, -I1lllll'N Barnard . . , . . . . . . . , . 2-lu Oliver, john Henry .......... . .86 100, 282 Oliver, Ruhhen liugcnc . ..., 123, 127 Omohundro, William Downing ., . ,. 240 0'Nea1. Norma Augusta ..... .. , 240, 264 0'Nei1, William Sigmund . ,. 100 263, 267 Ooten, Felix lisro . ...., 240 261, 265 Omen, Homer Andrew . , 2,10 271, 285 O'Rear, llalid ll'estgale ,. . . . . . ,. 240 Incorporated Oriek, Sandra Claiborne . , . , . . .100 Orr, Helen lsahclle ...,.. . . . , . . . , . 240 Osborne, john Larry ...... . . , . , , 240 Usborne, Paul Richard 240 260 262, 267 Uswall, Handley Cohen , . .63 100 262, 267 Ollnnan. Khaldoon Yonsil . , ,., .. . ,. . . 206 Oxerhy, Larry lillon .,.,, , . , . . 105 Owen, Delbert Gene . . . . . 220 Owen, james Leon . . , 206 Owens, Dana Miles . . . . . 240 Pate, Samual Lee .. ,, 220 Padgett, llairold Donley .. ..... 206 Padgett, john Robert .... ., . 220 Page 'lliornas Martin ,. ... .,.100, 271 C k ,ll Palmer, Charles Spencer , 04, 95 00 CVI Palmer, Gene Charles . In 100, 255 202, 206 e Tennessee 1,1lllf12lIlS, Gus Victor ., 03, 240 Papes, Richard john .. 1.16, 1217 138 220, 255 l,2ll'C1lIC, Charles Marr . , ..,. 240 Pardue, Mary jane ... .. 166 167 206, 284 Parham, Marilyn Kathleen ., . ,. ,. . .. . . 100 Paris, james lidwin ...,. .. ..220 258, 272 Paris, Larry Coleman .,., .,... 240 Paris, Ronald lidward . , , . . 240 Parker, liarhara Sue , . . , ,220 270, 306 Parker, llaxid Henry . , . ,... 283 Parker, james Cordell . . 240 Parker, jlllil' Ellen . ,... . . ., . 220, 292 TECH GULF ERVICE "C0okezfille's Newest and Finest" Cookeville Telephone jA 6-9004 Tennessee Page 338 Plate Lunches and T R Homemade PICS Short Orders 'Home of jumbo Doubleburgef' Next to Girls' Dorm Pop and Nova Hudson, Mgrs. Phone jA 6-6878 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Nnnlr Page Parker, l,2ll1'll111 Ann . 215, 227, 240 Parker, Robert Kit-til ., 240 Parkinxon, Roberi l,arry ,240 Parks, Bobby Ray ,...,. 220 Parks, Iyor A. , ,, , , . 240 Parks, C. Lney , ,..., . . 240 Parnler, Doyle liugene . 200. 200 S500 Parris, jerry' Roger .. .. . 1221 125 Parris, 'lhomas li. . . , . . . . 220 298 Parrott, Ann , . ...,. . , 220, 285 Parrott, Barbara Ann 6LaneJ ..... ..,240 Parrott, 1.innie jean .,... .. . ....... . . . 220 Parrolt, Riehartl Alexander .. . 200, 201, 202, 207 282 1'arrolI, Ronald Walton . . . . ,......., .,.. 2 20 Parwon. Abbie Carolyn .,.. . , . 100 3021 , ' . Parson, Porter, Sheldon . 200 E1 erylhlng to Wea' Parlloyv, james 1-lilwarcl .. Hn 190 2024 271 Pasrhall, Mary joann ,.., . ..244n,2!17 303 Pate, Wanda .Klyne .. , 220, 252 2506 Patterson, Gilbert Martin ., .,. ...200 Pallerson, jutly' Anne . . 220, 283 Patlnn. Ann l'1l1l1l1lk'1l1 . 220, 1106 Pallon, Palritia lillis . ., . ..2-10 Payne, Barnett , ., 190 Payne, Billy Irish ...,. . 100 201 265 Payne, jennie Ann ,. . ,., . , , . 00 07, 1511 Payne, Robert Owen ..., .,,...,. , . ....,.. ..220 Payne, Waylan Lawrence , ..., , 200, 302 Pal, Pedro .Xnlunin ,, . 3, 127, 120, 101. 207. 2112 Pearl, George Benjaniin .. , , .220 Pearson, james llenry 117, 1250, 140 1111, 270, 274 Pearson, jesse R. ..,. . . ,....,.,,.,.,,..,.,, . , . 191 Pearson, joseph llnnald . . . . . . . .,..,... . , . .1111 Peek, Myron King, jr. ... ,., 101 230 Petligo, Ralph Walter . . ,. . 1511 Pedigo, 'lihnrnian l.. .. . 220 Peek, Anita l"ay . , 200 Peniherton, jinnnie l.ee . . , ., 191 1'enc1ergrass, jere litlward . . . 220 1'en11ergrass, Ronalil l.ee ,. 05, 2-10 22121 . Penny'tu11', 1"iny's Gail .,.. . . .. . . 220 C00keV11l9v Tennessee Perkerson, Mary Xlargaret . 240 Perkinx, Roger Wayne . . 240 Perkinson. Xlaly liyelyn . 2-10 2111, 243-1 283 l,l'll'1I.1U, Dewey Cllycle. jr. .,.,. . 2410 Perrin, Martha Nl. . ,. 258 285 Petery, john '1'1nnnas ,. 240, 257 211-1 I Pelers, jon Rohhin . ,. 206, L80 1 A Peters, Nlary lilifahelh . . . 101 John W ' Terry Btnton Tuffy Peteiy, Robert jnxepli 1111 271 Pelley. C.har1ine 240 llfllllhi, Glenn. jr. 72 220 Petly, Haroltl 1,. 240 l,l7l1lt'l', Roherl Nlarwhall . 240 Pharris, Donald cill1l1ll'Q . 101 Phariis, Nanny 1.uniee 2-10 231 257 Page 339 l i YLLJL xi A "Serving the Upper Cumberland j. j. FOUTCH 84 SON Bunker Hill Road 111151 TENNESSEE TECH" Wholesale Cookeville, Tennessee BEEF O PORK O VEAL INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Affine Page i,ilLlI'l'lS, Szindru jo ...,, 2-10 260 2137 Gaodyedr Gates Phillips, Daniel Ward, j 1'. . . . . . , . , .2-111 ' ' . Phillips, Dolly :XIIIICIIU . . . . , . 0 220 TWH Tues 1-mllipx, 1101111111 l'il'l'111l11l , H240 28,1 Phillips, Doris Ann . , .. 2211 Phillips, Grufic Ruth ., ,... ., 2211 Phillips, Hugh I,l1llll'll ..... 191 292 Phillips, jzukiu Norwlle ... ,. .. ,,., 24115 Phillips, joe Muck ., ,.. . .. ,. ...192 Phillips, john XViIIi1xn1 , . 192, 2113 267 ' Phillips. joseph Rl'-Ill1K'lil , .,,.. ,. 220 New and Used Tw :.1::::::::1 aizizzirh 2 in nz: . . . Philpol, Clmrles lflmcl , 2411 Refdpplflg llild VIllfH7llZl7lg Phippy, Olun Clone, jr. . 268 274 Phx, Powell Qnitniain 192 Pickcll, RiCh:?rl21 llonglus .,.. H7 2-ll: i,llikl'l'il1PQ, B01 3 l,l'1Ill . , ,........ 192 Phone l'ie1'1'e, lluniel Plum ., . ,. . 240 i'll'l'kK', Dom Aline . . .. 2-111 2111 2134 Pigg, fi1lI'0lYl1 NlllXlllC , , ,, , . 192 44 N. Walnut Ave. Cookeville, Tenn. l'i11Lx1o11, IJoriswl.ol1ise . . 1-il. 254 259 284 Piper, C.11nr1es 1'lshe1' . . 2-ll 1'ippi11, JXIIIIE' Riu-rs . 192 289 211115 Pippin, Ciurlcn . , 158, 2991 299 3111 Pippin, Paul Max ..., 241 Pitts, john Annnon ... . . .., 241 Pitler, llairrell lidwzircl .. ...,. ,... 2 21 Plzink, Curl Owen . . .,....,... .. 241 i,iL'1llUllS, jackie Nlflllflll' , , , . , . . , . 241 Plew, Rny 11111011 ..,. lifi, 192 275 295 E Plonk, jane Suellen . . , .,,. 206 Polston, james Boyle . . ., , 192 i'UllllL'l', L2lH'fCl'll'L' 31111111111 1221, 1321 299 301 Poore, Porter Xlllligllll .,., . , 192 271 Pmler, Rona Xlairiain . . 2-ll 1'osev, joe YVOOQ1 . . . , . , . ,241 1'oII1'r, judy Carol . , 72, 286 288 1'o1l4-r, Kenneth liilgur ..,...., 241 Polls, Clhzlrlcs xvilllillll ,. ,... 241 1'owell, fil1ill'il'S Bzixter . .,,.. 241 rf 1: Powell, Ralph jewel ., 241 27-1 Allvays under the nlarket 1'owvr, joseph xvlillillll . 241 291 1'mic11, William Guy . , 240 l'UWl'1'5, Sully Ann 221 3011 1'1:11cl', jerry Kent .. , . ,.. .. 241 1'r11tcr, NIz11'gu1'c-L Ann . , . 241 F106 430 the Square i3HHR0Ni3mLSTYQ31mn4 i"""2H 335 Price, l'i1ll'i Anderson, jr. .. ..., 206, 2418, 270, 275 292 Prime, George Everett, jr. ,, .,.,,.... 192 275 ' . Prife, Gemld Xviljlf-IUIIPI' , . . . , . . . , 221 Cookeville Tennessee 1-riff, 11111-0111 Rum-11 ..., , 148, 151 282 Prine, Thoinas jon-1 ,,,,, 241 Prime. XVil1ir11n Niitclu-11 . , 206 Pri111:n'r1, Dennis Wilxmx , 2011 268 275 Page 340 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Xnnir' Prinnn, .linncn 4101111915 . Prince, Dona Lon .... Proctor, Mary Loc . . Pruvll, Bobby Glenn ,. Prun-il, Ifrank Morris . I'uc'Iwll. Mary Elaine .. l,lli'RK'll, Rialiiircl I-Ivzirnn , Ingli, Roy lldwaril . .,.. . I'nIly, ,Iinnny Iicwin .ml ....I5.1 , 2611 211 288' I 192 'Oli Pyhan, Mai'j4n'ie l'illlIIlK'll1 il Pyle, Nlililri-Ll Lonisc ...,.. Onallo. lJ.Al-Iuli-nc .. . Quarles, -lnnnn lliirryl ...,. 2013 Qninliw. Nancy -In . 22, llll, 192 Qnzirlvx. I'anl 110111.21118 . . ... Qnillcn, Nliiliolin l'alli-isnn Ii 78, 159, 226 Quinn, -laincs ,'Xllll'l'l ,.,.. ,. . Raglanml, lllolnas licluin Raine, Gayle Ronald . Rains, I'alri4iii janet , . . innplvx, Ciliarlotu- Imm- R Rinnsas, Clyde Xl'i1linil, ,ll R amsvx. Bobby lfwcl .,.. . ,.,., . Ramsey, lfranklin Ilvlinin 192, 2159 RZIIIISVX, lilllll Iiilwaril . . . .,..., ... . Rinnscy, 'lliorold Ilean .. . 1-18, 192, 2151 Rankin, james 1.. .. .. .. ... Raslinry, Xlclha BIYNYII ,.... 211 Raslnnx, 'llioinas R. . 193 Ramos, .linncs Clifton Rallicr, Ilioiniis Carole 'l1IiCl1l'lllJl'YgCT Bzirliarii . . , R. . awcling, Henry Clin' .. R R Rawlings. Angela -Iolx-nc' Rawls, Nlamlison Lanier Ray, lillinll R. .. Ray, Shirley Ann . ., Raye, I.:nr5 Daris . Rvagiin, Ih'nn5 Xl. Rcagznl. olvrc Xv211'l'L'1l , Reagan, Loyd Ilollini Reagan. Mary Ellen . Rcapgzin. Randall 1.1-on Reagan, Ricliard lu' Rertnr, Ilvlty jo . Revlon, William llanivl Rcclinan, Glen l.3ni'1i . Recd, ICi'n'in Balm .. .. Recd, Rolwrl Luv .. Rcvcl, Sliirlvy Doris Rccsu. filt'Ill .Xllisnn Recxcs, Ilnnalcl Bowl ., Revws. ,lorry Nlznixin . Reid, llniinc T. R0m'gin'. Williain Xkkwli-x Rcnfin, llnlin NI. . "Q-11 f ,. ima ,.2QI. Ish, im ff sz , 206 , 2-11 282 . 28-1 2139 , 2-Il , 22-1 221 ' T., 265 270 ' 1 21111 uno 2151 206 19:4 298 1951 SR 193 2158 Page 265 283 303 206 2-11 28-1 192 27-1 3045 286 206 192 284 fillfl 272 291 24 1 253 249 2515 241 192 241 272 211-I 292 192 2154 IIIIII 193 221 221 221 264 i 221 2-11 264 2-I1 282 221 206 241 241 301 221 221 242 242 193 Qllli 27 I 1921 221 193 271 274 BOYD DRUG STORE WALGREEN AGENCY "Anything in Drugs" Fountain Service Phone JA 6-4612 Terry Bldg. Cookeville, Tenn. Insurance of A11 Kinds . CLAUDE WILMOTH INSURANCE AGENCY Wfilmoth Building 118 5. Dixie Avenue Phone JA 6-6181 Cookeville, Tennessee I fi TRIANGLE CAF E Plate Lunches Short Orders Clpen 24 Iiours W. Spring Phone JA 6-6671 Page 341 M'NT.7MM'7E"7""- we ,N-me R COOKE ILLE MOTEL Located one block south of square on Sparta Highway Phone in rooms-Free coffee-Free television ARTHUR MURPHY and SAM GREENWOOD, Owners Phone JA 6-4484 170 Jefferson Avenue Cookeville, Tennessee 2.1 Always Remember . . TRY YOUR HOME OWNED STORE FIRST- BE ERA KLI STORE V. P. CLARY- Owner Locally Owned Nationally Known Cookeville, Tennessee Page 342 INDEX FOR STU DENTS-Continued Xtlnn' Reynolds. Charles Ray Reynolds, Lea Nlellaris Reynolds, Meta Sue . Re3no1ds, XVanda Jewell .. Rhea, Wilbern Ronald ,. R heay , Rhodes, lloyd Stephen .. tlweudolyn . . . , . Rhody, Austin Brown, jr. ,. Rieh, Elmer Franklin ...,. Rieh, Perry Collins ......., Richards, Horace Kenneth Richards, Kenneth A. .... , Richards, Sandra Ruth Richardson, Celia Sue Riehartlson, jimmy Gale .. Richardson, 1.arrv Nl. ,A Riggins, Leonard Ewing .. Riggs, Rag Charles .. ., Rightor, Susan Elizabeth Rippy, 1'atrit'ia Anne ..,.. Rivers, Lynda Sue .,.... Rixers, Sharon ....,..., Roark, Ray Nelson ....... Robbins, Hobert, jr. ..... ., Robbins, Terry Hugh, jr. .. Roberson, ,lere William . . . . Roberson, Thomas Winston . . . Roberts, Roberts, Roberts. Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Roberts Roberts, Roberts. Roberts, Roberts. james Edward, jr. joe Frank, jr. .,.. .lohn ,lnett ...... Kay Kenneth , . . . . Kenneth Crowell . Larry Leonard .. Nlildred Henry . Ralph Mitchell .. Robert Pullen ,. Wallace Glenn ..,. William 'I'homas ..,. Robertson, Charles XVal1aee .. Robertson, Cynthia Kay Robertson, Aloe Kenneth ., Robinetl e. Eddie VVayne Robinson, Sandra ,lean .. Roe, Clarence Cox .,,... Rogers. Rogers, Rogers, Aulsie W., Jr. Barrie ..., ..., . Harry Raymond Rogers, Ken Edward ..,.. Rogers, 1,1oyd George ..., Rogers, Sandra Kllariee . . . Rogers, Sherrel Maxine . . Rogers, 'llhomas A. .... . Rollings. James Lewis .. Rollins, john Douglas . , , Roop, jerry Allan Ross, llpha Nl. ,..,. . lp 72, 242, 254, 2ss, 21-is, tml -.. , nge 242 -2,1-1 2516 264 2-16 2-19 .ml 246 .ml 242 0411 221, 288, 289, .f f '22i 222, 298, 'ffffiis i94Q'2GO,' .......hL,,l --, 242, 242 2216 2514 206 272 206 221 U4., 221 284 193 Q4., oo' 242 242 221 . .206 1921 206 2118 2519 2416, -113.1 207 271 207 221 221 , 27-1 261 ' 2451 221 , fml 242 -2411 2101 2106 29-1 2116 206 222 206 193 278 193 222 2-12 194 249 278 271 2-12 242 INDEX FO R .X'1:nu' Ross, William Arden, ll Rotella, Ann ..,.....,., Rowan, Mary Rebecca ..,. Rowan, Robert Anderson ,. Rowden, jerry Arlie .. Rowdeu, ,losr-ph Geren ,.., Royster, jat'l-1 Allensworth Rudd, Barbara Nell ...... Rudies, lidward ......,. Rushing, Clarence Allen ,. Russell, Daniel A. ....... . Russell, james han . . Russell, joseph Vante .,.. Russell, Lawrence Mark Russell, Robert l-l. ...., . Russell, William Preston Russell, W'inston Douglas Ryburn, Roger james ,,,,. . Rytthener, Thomas Henry . , Sadler, james .....,........ Sadler, Sara Sue . . . . . . . , . Sager, XValte1' Nlarrin, jr. . Sain, Howard Bernard . , Sallee, Clarenee Dewitt , Samples, james I-'rz1nt'is ,. Sampley, Mildred Anne .,.. SHIIIPSCH, Ronald Howard .. Sanders, Ilan Harris .,,.,., Sandlin, Kenneth Groom Santana, Pedro ,. .,..,,. .. Sapp, julian Freddie, jr, . Sartin, George Carl, jr. ,. Sawyer, james XVayne Saylors, Barbara Anne . Scandlyn. Benny Harold .. Seandlyn, Bobbie joyee .. Scannella, joe Roger Scarlett, lfranklin Dow .. Scarlett, Herbie .. ....., .. Seates, I-idwin L., jr. .. Sehild, joseph limbrey, jr. , Srhmidt, Kenneth Allan Schmitumu, Homer Rudolph Schrot lt , Dannie Frederick Schulte, jerry Edwin .,.... Seoggin. ,lames William . Seott, Barbara Anne .... Stott, Charles Paul Scott, james Edward .... Scott, james I,arrv .. ,. ,. Seotr, Thomas Buford Seehorn. john YV. ,... . Sellers. lidgar Vanre Sellers, Owen Clifton Sells, Vixian Iilaine ..,.,, Sessions, xvllllillll CIIICUSL1' . V, Tviiiv, STU DENTS-Confinuecl Page 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 1 1 207 255 255 3115 222 242 242 288 222 242 240 222 274 242 222 265 242 274 242 242 291 1 222 1 1 1 1 1 ...,..,.,.,.,1:su 1315 . ,.,,. 194 . . .72 242 2.1114 2119 ...72, 222 286 '.'.'.2112' f Q242' ....t11 ...l94 .., .,.......,...,.. .I47 . '11:s',' 74, 207, 2isi1,'21ii,' 290' . .b,A.b , .b...V... -...b...A..,V. .A,...,A... 2 . 69. 72, 242 ., ,, ' '1114,l24s1l, 262 ., . .,12:1, 152, 155, 2117 202 f'152j2i17 11-1, 115 .. I94 . H2117 ' 299 272 242 lSl4 242 242 207 222 242 222 222 242 306 103 207 242 242 fwfr 232 207 267 200 222 222 242 242 202 242 242 207 222 207 27-l 242 3111 McMurry-Roberson Inc. Shopping Center of the Upper Cumberland The Home of Style and Quality On the Square Cookeville Tennessee s s "Full Line of Famous Feeds" . '. A. STE KLEY 81 SONS Live and Fresh Dressed Poultry, Eggs, Wool Furs, Hides, Etc. , Phone jA 6-2250 Cookeville, Tennessee South jefferson Page 343 STONE 'S APPLIANCES New and Used Furniture AND Appliances Radio and T.V. Service "Best T.V. Doctor in Town" YOU CAN BE SURE IF lT'S WESTINCSHOUSE Telephone jA 6-6042 114 North Cedar Cookeville HERF12 JONES COMPANY Oficial Manufacturers 01' Your School Ring BOB WAGGENER and BOB SMILEY 1717 West End Avenue Nashville 3, Tennessee W1'ite Us If You Wish to Order a Ring for Any Year Date COOKEVILLE PURE MILK COMPANY Pasteurized Grade A Dairy Products Manufacturers of Cheddar Cheese Butter and Old-Fashioned Ice Cream HOME DELIVERIES Phone jA 6-4135 30 West Spring Cookeville, Tenn. Page 344 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .X Illlfl' PIIQI7 Sevier, jimmy Glenn ...,, ,,,.,.,,., ..,,. ..4..,.,.,. ,,., 2 A 1 2 Sevier, Sauntlra Odell .. .,.242, 260, 264 29l Sewell, judilh Ann ..., ..,... l 67, 242 282 Sexton, Landon Carter ,,., I-17 242 Sexton, Ray Owen . . . . , . . . , 222 Shadden, Charles XVilliam . , . ......., 212 Shadriek, joe lN'allaee .... I9-1 20-4 Shaffer, Basil Raymond ,. .,., . 242 Shanlever. Roy l.ee . ., .,.. 2-42 Sharp, Datid Alexauuler . 242 Sharp, David Russell . 207 Sharp, Frederick Allen . . 222 Sharp, jerry Frank ,. , .. . 262 Sharp, jesse Larry , 212, 285 Shaw, Emmett litlwin . ,. 78 2-12 Shelton, Glenda Bernice . .. 222 Shelton, Nlargaret Ann , 207 1906 Shelton, Ronny Hall . . . . 242 Shepherd, john L., jr. , ., ISM Sheppard, Bobby Rat . 222 Sherman, Beterly Ruth 222 296 Sherrill, Chester Lee . . 222 Sherrod, Haywood Harris .. ,... 207 Shields, johnny Lee, jr. . . 222 Shields, Sally Sue .... ., . . 222 Shirley, Paul Edwin ...,. ......,. I 04 260 Shoemaker, james Bobby , . .. , , 242 Shofner, Gerald LeRoy .,., ,. 72, 207, 26l 263 267 Short, Carolyn Boyte . . ,... 78 242, 257 Showers, Myles joseph . . . . . . , , , ...,..., . l2fi 222 Shnlts, Betty Grate . . . . . . 222 Shumaker, W'alker joseph . .. ll6, I22, l2Il, I25, l27 l30 lfl5 Shumale, Ronald liarl . , , , lflti, lfiki, HX, l50 207 292 Silcox, Hattie jane . , ...,.. , .., . 222 Simmonds, Dorothy XVilson , 72, 2425 260 26-l Simmons, Garland , . , . . . . . . 2-lil Simmons, james lVilliam, ji. IEH, 260 265, 1405 Simmons, Nleltin llomer . . , . . . ,. 27-i Simmons, Robert llaroltl . , . , . . . . , . 2429 Simonds, Donald Sydney . .. . ..., ISM Simpson, james I5art'y ,. ,,,.. N242 Sims, james Robert ., 207 Sims, Rubye Alice HH 252 2242 Sims, NVesIey Dayton ,. 2-I2 Sirey, Bobby Kenneth ., ., 222 296 Sissom, Leighton listen , . . . . , 207 Skillern, Bobbie lillen .. . .. Itill 222. 306 Skillern, Thomas Russ . , . .,..,, . . .243 Skinner, jeanne Higgs ,.,.., ..,. 2 ll 222 Skullman, Victor Emanuel .. 95 245 Slagle, Betty ,Io .,..,..,..., .,,..... 2 43 Slagle, Rufus Clark ..,.. l94 262 Slagle, Yvanda Pyles ..,.... 306 Sliger, Druid H. ,,,. .... 2 22 Sluder. jerry Lewis .. 222 Smith, Anna Iiaum .. 222 .X Smith, Smith, Smith, tl INDEX FOR me Anne Garrett . . . Billie Gene ... Billy Glenn ... Smith, Billy Gordon Smith, Billy Wayne .. Smith, Brimage Lee ..... Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Buddy james . , . . . . Christopher Kropp ., Clarence Vernon . Curt Howard Smith, Dallas Glen ,.,. Smith, David W. .... . Smith, lid Meatlows Smith, Garrett Roy .. Smith, Gene Mabry .. Smith, Hiley Brady .... Smith, james Lowell .,.. Smith, james Thaxton ,. Smith, joan ........... Smith, judy Ann .. .. Smith, Kent Ifranklin ,. Smith, Lucy Dianne ,.,, Smith, Melvin Wayne Smith, Smith, Merritt Green .. Milton Wayne .... Smith, Nancy Carolyn .... Smith, Odie Hlallaee, jr. , Smith, Paul Kern ...,,., Smith, Rebecca Sue .. ., Smith, Richard Nleltyn .. Smith, Sara Helen ..... Smith, Terry Anderson .. Smith Smith: Smith, Smith YVill Herman. Jr. , . . XVilliam l-lrlward , . . William Terry . . .. Wlintfretl Landon , . , Smithson, john Franklin .,.. Spainhour, King Arthur, jr, Spalding, john Phillip . Spangler, Patsy Ruth ,...,, Sparkman, Ira Hugh ...,. Sparkman, Robert Thomas ., Sparks, Norman Thomas Speakman, james Lee Spears, Charles litlwartl .. Spirer, AI. C. ...,.... .. Spratllen, Margaret Fay Springfield, Miles Graham ., Sprottse, james Vincent, jr. Starry, Ned Elliott .,......., Stanley, Mary ,Io ....,..... Stanley, Russell C. ....,., . Stansberry, james Ronald Stanton, Daniel Aron . Stanton, james Don ...,. Stanton, Robert Elclen ,. STU DENTS-Continued . .207, 252 ' 195 ...H207 l95 ...8b, 2425 .i.'.i.l4S 'mm . 24:5 l23 ffiiin, QQQQQRJ1 .195 ..,.l52, 222, 282 .. 34, 65, lU5 207 62, 68, 86, 88, l95 ., ....l.. ..... 9 5 'QQ43 .mm fats, 'stef 268 ,.,.l9n, f if J' , Page 306 194 298 257 272 274 207 222 298 222 222 195 282 l95 IHI2 298 l29 243 MP5 264 243 306 222 292 2455 267 222 243 243 222 243 222 222 268 243 296 243 243 207 243 27l 243 207 207 lfll 243 249 207 272 222 306 222 27l 268 243 l95 BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. "Wlaere the home begins" READYUMIX CONCRETE CONCRETE BLOCK PRODUCTS PLYWOOIJ-PEGBOARIJ-WALL BOARD LINOLEUM ASPHALT TILE CABINET COVERING PLASTER-SAND-CEMENT Telephone JA 6-4118 Cookeville Tennessee " "QT-W9"1 EXPERT RECAPPING COOKE ILLE RECAPPERS Kelvinator Appliances, B. F. Goodrich Tires and Batteries, Motorola TV Cookeville, Tennessee Phone .IA 6-4862 Page 345 w 1 . 1 l , . JOE SCOTT TRUCK 81 IMPLEME T CO. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Homelite, Chain Saws, Farm Equipment, Trartors, Truckx, Parts and Serrire 502 Wlest Spring Phone JA 6-4105 BILBREY BROTHER Distributors AMOCO PRODUCTS New and Used Tires Recappiug Vulmzziziug Phone JA 6-4536 Cookeville Tennessee Page 346 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .X nun' Ntnrlu. Hzlrolml Rznmomi Nlznnrs. ,lcrrv Rogcl 51411111-N, Ronzllrl 1,1-1' NI1':1lRl1'N. .Kllwll l"l1g1'n1' Nll'lll1'll. lhuxnc 1,11-, ll. S11-plum-114, I llIl1llllX K. sll'WLI1l. Lllm'l1's ,l1ll'4l1lll, sll Sl1'WLll'1, lluxinl CQo11lnn , 511-wzxrl. Klcrnlclim' , Slcuznt, llarrx Kcmlrimk Nu-xxgnl. lluclilh .Xnn , Nl1'xs:1l'l. -lllllil R1'ln'11a1 Sruxgul, Nlnrgam-1 Holl SILWKLIH, Wznns- lillns Nlllll. Rinllzlnl 121111 Nllbllxltlll. Huxolcl limluin NIUIIC, Billy Klux' SIUIIC, lfrcclrick .X1llll0llX Slonr, Xlxlry Alvznnwlls' Sl0llL'C1lJ1K'l', llurrx Ciurlix Slmmuiplzer, Virginia Nlmvx, C111-nn Stoxu, ,lguncs Rmmlxl Nlllllll. Leslie Rxnclrzlu Nlllllllllg, Rm lhluzml Sllingm. fillllllll' ll. Stringer, Nunn Yilgiuixl Sllldll. lmslim' ll. Slllll, .Iolmnv l'11l11llI'tl Sullixzm, jzum-N ll, Sullixzm, Xfunrlu Nlllllllll' Ts. Clmrlm-s Xlilum Numnu-rs. Alxnmw Ronnlml l' illc X11 Il H lll Slunmz' X '. . L' .. Nlllllllllll. sluuim' .Xnnu . Nulrl, K-.lu lllmllnx N1l11'l, Rim .lo Nullln-, ilolclon li. Sullon, ,lou S. ,. 5w:111'or1l, Amllrx .. . Nwzulloul, I.2llKll'llll' l.. M1 zum. l.in1l:l hllllil' SNQIINOII. I.nuu'nu- 1-mluin Sxxollorcl. llvru xl1Ill'Kl S1111-N. Xlgulww lam-pl: . lgnlwr, 1341141111141 lzlllmotl, 1121111111 llllllllll. Irby C1-111, slr. l1lll1'l1I. .lzlnws lisluzlnl lnllvnl, P11111 Douglas zlllvnl, Xv1lll1llll l.1'1m1ll1l 11111-x, 'lmm-w l1:n0l1l .. lzlllrl, llzuill lx. lzuuzulc-T. Rohm-ll Stn-uznt lmlu, fllI2ll'll'S llll'll1'l' 'l .e111m. Xlugznrcl 1 ugz' . . . . . 2-10 2-1:1 207. 21111. 2117 111.3 1515, 300 213 222 . 1115 . 2-121 . .. 207 . 2-121 105, 111. 222, 2150 211-1 . . , 222 , 2-13 222 208. 3401 '22, 208, i101 , . 1515 N, 2-12, 2517, 3015 302 . 70 90. 207 20:4 213 2130. 2153 105. 2014. 2153 214s ,123 131. 20X 105, 280, 30.3 . . . , .2-11 2-1-1, 257 2-1-1 2011, 272 . . . 2-11 . . 2-1-1 .. 211 24-1 . 208 300 . .20s 211.21i1l,21l1 1115. 201 . 118. 150 15113, 2113 222 . 222, 298, i101 222 20s. 21311, 272, 278 11111, 2110. 2112. 200 . 222 , . . 100 1015 222 , 1110, 2119, 1102 , , 2-11 . . 2-1-1 . 190 2014. 200, E101 222 ' A 222 211. 201 2131. 2Sf1 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Conhnued .N rrnn' lhmp liiylur, Alulruw ll, . ...222 12lYl0l', lizlrry 0. . .24-1 1'ay10r, 11011115 Y. . . . ...2111 lawlor, Cllmrlcs B. . , ,....,. 211 laslor, llumllry xvkiflll' - , ..,.. 222 1'ny1or, lirinu 1-larlinc , 72 24-1 2745 linylor, C-vorgc Rohcrl . , ...., 100 llnylor, -Imac 1:21, ... . ... 2-1-1. 300 12111011 1.cun CL. ....., .. 1110 lzlylor. Rulmvrl 11. . 208, 253 lziylnr, Ruv Albert .. . .. 222 lkiylm, Snrzuli 1,011 . . 21-1 league. Cilxanlm-s D. ., . 2-11 lvisslcr, liznlmru . 190, 283. 300 lmllplvlolx, 1101141111 1., ...208, 3:12 Vcnpcnny, Linda: . . . . 244, 257, 303 lcrrcll, Illmrlvs R111 . . , .... ... ....2-H llizwlun. 'l'll0lnz1s Benjamin, jr. . .222 I'l1om:u, lllmrlrs Louis ,.., ..,. . ..2-1-1 Ilmnmx Hdmu Z.... . WE ljgdge ,gb-nygd IWugk5 1-1'l0lll2lS. K1-nm Gorman . . 2-111 Ilmmau. Nm-1 Dean ., , .. .211 lklmnms, R. Kennclli . ..270, 272 . . lillillllklh, R113 Carroll . . 123, 132, 1013, 282, 202 Dodge Pdsseugel Cdl! 1ll0llHlS, Ruhr.-rt Lowull . .,.. I-18 208 l.11011'I11N, Siu' 621111111111 .. . . . , 1110 - - flmmpsun, Clmrlcs H, 208 21311, 278 Fife Neal Series 1'Immpmn, Corbin il. . . . 2221 lilmmpsun, lililzlbcth .lzuw . . Ll!! lliompsun, ,Ianni-s l.znunn . 203 l'hompson, ,limmx Lcslic . . ..22'1, 201 , , llmmpxun, xml-1 .lo nu 1051 leafs, 25.2 Seneca, Pzoueer, Pboemx, Matador, Polara 1-110llllJS0ll, 'Iimnmys' KZlllll'Nll 00, 08. 223, 253, 270 Iihompmn, Virginia Siu' , . .. . . . 2-H I'110mpmn, 1Vi11iam 1-1. . . . . 1110, 282 llmnmm, 111113 Bryan . 11113, 282 llmrton. ,lu Ann . . 223 llxornlmi. Russell Oliwr ,. , , . 24-1 I'l1rus1u'1, Curl Dclanmw . .. , 208 -7 1Elll'1191ll'l', 1-Qlilzibclll 130:11 00, 02. 201. 202. 25-1, 280, 3015 Phone 6 -717 1l1rc'e'l, xvlllllllll C. , ,., 223 293. 301 liliurmnn. 131111115 1.6011 ,. .. . .. 208, 271 l-llllllllilll, ,lor Lowery , 196, 274, 278 lliurmzm, Ruhurt William 223. 2151 203, 207 161 W. BIOHC1 Stfeet llllllilllllllil, 1121111121 Recd . . . . . ,223, 300 1'idwvl1, Xnniv Suv . , 25 1510. 201 Iiclxwll. Vzuul ,Ivan 223, 2151. 201 1'ic1uc11. 1.1-on Rm . .. 2-1-I , I ,' ' .. , I liidwvll, limi.. sue 2,1 11111.24-1 C00lXU'lle reUne55Uf 1'i11cr. Rnnulcl 1. .. . 208, 2011, 301 I'illrv, ,lnlnw lfrzmklin ... ... 1941 Iinrli, NYinlmx H. . . . .223 liinslvs, Billy Gvorgc' . .. 223, 201 lippil, ,lolm llmmzu. jr. , . 1011, 208, 270. 271. 201 I'ippit, 'I ililun Scan' 200 208 2011 lippx. xxilllllllll Nlnrtin . . 214 Q MW RESEARCH E W1 910 ,, DEVELOPMENT QUALITY MANUFACTURING ACCESSORIES QE FOR THE AUTQMOTIVE INDUSTRY OQAV 65 AW Page 347 Always the Besl in Motion Picture Euterininmeut PUT AM DRIVE-I THEATRE U. S. Highway 704- Four Miles XX'est of Cookeville- Phone JA 6-6969 Hensley Insulating and Weatherstripping Co. Allrmiflllm All'11flIg.Y, Storm Wfiudows and Dours 2 Miles W'est on Highway 70N JA 6-2342 .IA 6-4544 Office Residence Cookeville, Tennessee Lyles Radio, TV and ppliance Service Service on Radio Small Appliances TV Hi-Fis "Nothing Bu! The Best In Repair Service" 5 West Spring JA 6-4093 Page 348 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .X null' l'flg1 liplnn, llillx illnulrs 2-111 l11ll1', l.nl'ry ,.. . , 261, 2113 loclil. C-111415 llmlc' ., 2-11 loilil. Rohert .Krlon 211 lolli-ll, 1,11 Verna: , 21-1 loner, Walter Lei' .. , 211 luoki-1. Roslyn . . 211, 233, 2111. 3015 lr.1nn-I, Winki-I Qlelleismr 21851, 272 lrezulugn, lhcnnx lixlgelli' EIU, 2113, 287, INN lu-.1nm, lilromns Slnnll-x , . IEIT lrexx, llunnlil l.2llIlIlli 211 lxoupu, llnnnns lluircl 2118, 2151 2153. 2157 lrnssell, llillx lfflllllsllll .,,. . 224 1117 luilli-r. lieth jenn . , ,.. . 21 I I nuker, lllxili' Wayne . 211 llI1lxl'l, K-emlililu' , . 223, 285. 1103 linker, -Iinnnx Rm IEIT 2611. 271 lui-ll, Ruth Louise , 2-11, 260 lnne. Xliilnuel XVilli1nn , 21-1 llllIlK'Y. lii-nnx Russell 2221 I urlwr. l"l'l'IlL'1ll'lQ l. IEIT luincr. lohnnx Dzmil-l . 223 lllIIll'l. Xlmris lingexn- 211! lurner, Nolan Richaml 20S, 2H.'v, 21051. INN! liurm-r, Rnunond Lu- . , 221 Inunn-1. Ronzulil Clulxin . , 211 lnrnex, 'l rrrx Leon IEIT 'I on lrnline, Williznn .Xlx is 2-11 lxnes, l.:u'rx Gene . 21-1. 273 l1li'Inl:mn. Orrin Keith . 211 l nilerhill. Rnlph Wesli-x I-17, 211 l mlexxsurnl. lirendn l.i'i' 211, 232 21141 l mlvrnooil, Yiryiinin l.ou 223, fillti l mlz'rnr14ul. lvlllllllll lzslrl 223 l pillnlill, -Ion' Riu 1117, 2611, 2153 l lllllllflll. RUlll'1'l liilunril 211 l'pnl1n1zh. lll0lU2lN l'lll2l'lll 223 l lNlll1l'll1, Wnller Clanton 211 l sum. lilgun llonzrrcl "fi, 237 Ylllll'll, l.1ll'l'Q Xlorrison 21-1 Xzllilvs, lfvlllzlllilu Snlxzlllm 2118 X annie, -lohn liilnin .. 2118 xvIllllll'l1.ll'l1l'. .lim 2111 Man Horn. lfrannis I-Qilnn 2215 Ynnn. Shirli-N .Xnn , 211 Yasser. lohn lYillia1n1 2222 Ygrizglni. f,ll2ll'll'S Cllillolcl 1117, 299. Illlll Ynuglrn. lihnrles Oliwr 2,11 xvillljlllll, Dennis Hemi Iflli. lrlll 2liH. 271 Vllllflllll, Nlnriorie , . ,.. I 1 I Yllllflllll, Paul lfrnnklin , . 223 Yzilxglllx, Royce Ruger . 223 V4-rlxle, lfrecl Russell 223 Verhle, l'1llll Turner 3,1-1, 298 Vernon, Bill llzimpton . 2118 Yiikl-is, l.xnclu1l jzuksoll 1117 INDEX FOR All-IIIU Yuilcs, lluzmc Y. Vonllohlcn, ,Iolm lmxis . Voorllics, Carolyn . , . Voss, Bcity Lou ..,,.,, YN'a1ggolu'r, Belly -llllll' .. YVugslcr, joe llznid .. , XVul1lcn, .Io Ruth , . zxlclrup, lcrldx' lizlmuml , nlkcr. Cllmrlcs I. .. W XX' XVulkrr, llolvmzm Rluux Walker, C1-orgiunm' . Wzullwr, -IZIIIIVS llouglus , Wulkrr, l.xlc Willull XV:rlkrr, Sumlm Rulln lVzlll1lu', llortlm Cnrolxn , Hzlllzulv, ,llllllL'9 lfilhlllll Walllzuc, Keith Nlonrol- , Wzlllzur. Palsy IM' . . xV1lll2ll'l', RL-lrecczl Ann . . W':llI1u'c, Waller llowznnl . ':1llcn, n1ll'lJ1ll'1l Ann ., N xvlllllllg, l-Mon Y. , . . XS XS ulling, -ILIIIICS lrlznrison 'zllls, Clanton l'lKlWlll'il . . XVnllon, Slmron Kaur' ,. Vvilllllll, 'l'l1omzxs Kllcwlzllul . XV1lrrl. Alannes Clark, Alr. Wzlrrlv, Rulpll l.cL' ..., , l2ll'l', Forrest .Izum-s 2ll'l'l'll, Cllmrles Hllgll XVLISSUIII, Alilllfllt' Paul , Walters, C14-L'il, jr. , XVnlkins, White Gibson .. XValson, Billy .lov . .. . VVZIISOII, Harold lillygvxlv . Nhtson, AIZIIIICS Rus , XVntson. Al'llOlllilS Clzurl . . XYa1lls, Llinl l-Qrlwnnl . xxll'Zlllll'l'l'0l'il. Rinllzml Cook 4Vl'lllllC'l'l'Ol'Kl, William ll,, .lr Wc'a1lllc'l's, Alznncs fllyclv, llr. 4VQ'2lVl'l', .kllwrt Irs' ., . . , XVA'nwl, klzum-s lin-roll . , lV0l1lm, llilly Ed , XVL'lmlr, llonnld Wxnm- XXX-lrlm. lillzl Mayn- XVchl1, liltu Klum' .. , W'clrh, -ILIIIICS Howard ., XN'vl1lm, .Iunws Ks-nnvlh NYcbl1, Nlzlry Inu .. . . XV0lzcr, Cir-urge xvlllllllll , . NYelmvr, l.Cl7ll2ll'll .lose-pll XVclJstc1', llzumcs Keith . 4Yn'lmslc'r, AILIIIIPK l.:ll1ri . XVL'lLl1, C4-file Al'lll'll1l , Welch, Donald Gary ,, . N XY STU DENTS-Coniinued '1i4r,'laQ,'1'slT ' ff f f 22:4 , f 2-lx ms A 72 .,. . ,.,.,., .. 0.5, lvl, hfl, lllf, 260, llvl, , . ,72 224 ' -4,44 215 Pug:- 2U8, 267 . . , 2224 279, 239 . 244 285, flliti 244, 298 223, 307 . , 244 . , 2-ll 224 208, 25013 224 298 , . 244 2154 2824 244. 294 . . , . 223 IEI7 208, 15015 2225, ISU!! . 2225 244, flllli . . , 2235 . . . I52 . . 224 245, 2!II l97. 272 . . . . 245 . . . . 245 . 208 . , . . 224 . . . . 224 . 245 267. 1405 . . . . 224 . . . . ,245 . 245 245, 274 . , 245 , . . ,224 . 298 245, 2457 286, 288 . . . . 224 . . , 245 . 245 260, flll-l 224,300 . . . . ,245 95, 245 245, fltlil . . . 245 . . .245 , . . , .224 , . . . 198 292, 283 . . . . .224 P. orris 81 Son Plumbing and Heating Cookeville, Tennessee Telephone JA 6-6677 CHATTANOOGA HANDLE COMPANY Subsidiary of Union Fork and Hoe Company Makers of Green Thumb Lawn and Garden Tools Cookeville Phone JA 6-2026 Tennessee Page 349 LEA'S BUTA E INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .Nunn lYclfll, .Iznnt-x Allison . hells, Kulwrt Eugene . Wells, Sonia Kay , west Aniwltt- . VVcst, llurlmzml Gail .. GAS COMPA Y INC A , , West. Gerald lidwin NVesl, l,Zll'lQ Clnpelziml YYCSI, lit my Reuben Nest, Sanulrzl Gail . . Wlmlcn, Rziytnontl Knox, llr. l,tn.nil .... . . . Wfe Fill Gas Buttle for Trailers WPI:-lm. Wlwuton, lloyl lallgem' ,. N llll1llil'l', haul .....,. . West Spring St. Cookeville, Tennesiee White, llallm' Kent .. White. llilclzl l.t-:ill ... White, ,lannvs A. .... . While, jerry lingcne . NVhitc, Rohr-rt joe ,. NVl1itv:, lranis Wesley . . Phgng 6-2721 White, lllns Auron, jr. .. xvlllll'il, liurlon Franklin ,. Whitetl, Guclximl Ray .,,. xVllllL'llC'lltl, Doris .. ,. , xvlllllllllilll, Henry Curtis xxlllllI1llil'l'. Robert Fretl lvlllllL'lIlOI'4', Bretnlzl jenn 4YlllIIl'lllUl'C, Clmrles 111-nrx Xlzlltolnl A. , Willey, I-.ligetie ...... Wiley, Rohr-rl 'llxomars n, l"l1lI'l'y NN'zlllel' n, Robert Dalm- NVilli:nns, Annu Dean . XVilliznns, llzirlmzmi Benson XVilliznns, Dennis Lyle NVillianns. llonnltl R213 XYillxn'n: Silly ul LYNN 'S MOTEL Comfortable Quiet All Large Rooms with Free T Air Conditioned llfz Miles East of Cookevill V's VVillizuns Williams NVilli:nns XN'illi:nns. Williams, lforri-st Ouklm lVilli:nns, l'.l'1llllillll Dalt- Williznns, Grznly Lewis . VVilli:nns, -IZll'Cllli'lQl1 ,. , . .It-try 'l'h0ni:ns ,. , jus' .,... . , . , l.:n'ry Dale . ,. - -, ,. l nlnli lu C XYillianns, Pznnl lloyd XYilli:nns, Phyllis Ann . , Rogx-r Dean .. . . . XK'il'liann -ll'l'lIlll xvllllklllwllll, lxuy ,...,. , M'illis, licnslcy ...... .. , Otl 70 Phone JA 6-6383 Cookeville Tennessee XYillm'ks. Willis, Marry C.rzlte .,., 4vlllIll0l'l', Lewis Clan' winit Beniiznnin xvlllilllglllh, Nlzn liduzircl N'ills, Rogcl' .,. .... ji 66 86, SX, 108 WN. 108. 260 1-rs I-us .., 208, 257 104,171,108 we 1,94 1 Pllgi' 224. 261 265 272, 305 . . . ,267 . . . 208 245, 279 201 224 261 264 , . 245 . . . 245 , 2451 . 245 . 224 :ma Qxz, :mn . . , 245 . . . . IDN . . . . 198 245 108 263 291 108 274 , 245 bus, 287 28:4 , . . . 20341 . , . .245 2535 . . 245 264. 284 2106 . . . . 224 245 "7 245 306 , . 246 . 246, 306 . 2-46 268 302 22-1 282 2106 . , , . 208 , 246 , . 249 246 . 224 . , , 208 , . . 224 268, 271 205 . . . . 72, 224 , . ,..... 198 . . . .224 . 108 . , 224 , . 224 246 264 ISM. 290 302 . . . . , 246 . . .... 224 . .,., 246 . 252. 289 201 ISM, 299 301 224, 208 301 . 2518, 2515! 3400 . . lllfl 1 JOHN I.. McCAXVLEY, SR. JOHN I.. MCCAWLEY, jR. RALPH McCAXVI.EY COOKE ILLE Elbigrfilff SINCE 1916 Ford - Merfury - Falcon Page 350 HOOPER AND HUDDLESTO EU ER L HOME Nlozleru Air-Crnzzlitimlecl Funerzll Home Ambulance Service A Booster of Tech Phone JA 6-4121 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued .Xnfliw Wilinoir, linrhlnai .leain Wilninrr. Robert ,Iznkson Wilinolli, Clanlrln' Keith .. Wilniolli, linnngi .liuun ,. . Willnolli, Rirliainl Iiorxlnn Wilson, Bobby l.onis . Wilson. lion Stephen Wilson, Donald glor- Wilson. l'lL'1l1lll'l' hlznln- ., Wilson, .Iznnes Rirlnliwl ,. Wilson. .linnny .. ..,., Wilson, .loc Wkiun' ., Wilson, Aloyve .Xnn , ,. Wilson, Nlilcln-ll liisin Wilson. llioinus lixlxszinl x1lllll1l1'Nlt'l', Xlznllnl . . Wincllc, .link . WinIi'rr, Alznnes llzillon Winn, Sznnuel Ili-:in xxllllllillllllillll. llinqllvliin' 1vlIlSll'll1l. W1nnl.i , Wintm-rs. -lznnvs Xl.niln'iu Winton, Pi-ggi Wisc-1, l'xnriii:1 . Wisner. -lc-rrs ll. W'ill, l.llulz1 .lo Witte, Kiliairles 1.1-1' Woli. Casper Yinu-nl 1Yol1'L', llizilu' Xlnx W'ol11', Halrlw kl1'i'onn', ,liz 1Voll'i', Rnlmrcl Ran .. Wolfe, Sli-plwli Nliihnel . . Wolle, Williznn llollxnnl xxlilljllllllhll, Cllxncini- O.. ,ll 1Yoln.ul1. Clnnli-s l.i'4' 1Yolngl11x, lliilx Nllnmlers Wninznk. llionnis llonslon 1N'oo1l, Xllwrl l.1'L' .. ., 11'oo1l, llillv -lov . .. Wooil. ilnrlis 1.1-Rox Woorl. ,Inclillx Xnn 1X'oo1l. Roller! lxaul .. Woo1l.n'il. Xgxnu l'u-lin 1K'ooill1'1'. lfilxsin llznlisoll 1Yooilln4n'1', ll1'1X'llI.4Il. . . Woomlx, ,Ia-In x1Illl'l' ., 1Yol1l. Iolln 1X'ilIis, lr. Woilm. lxnnrs lkniil 1S'oisl1.1ln. 1Y1ln1l:l Xlairix' 1Y1n'Illiln.5l4ni, l11ll1'l ln' Woilliinglnn, H1-In-n .Xnn Wrxn, Xlznx I'il'lIl111'S , , Wrigln, llnrroll iilinlon Wiigln. lla-nrx' llionn, li. Wiiglil. lgnkii- Xloiii. -1-24 xii rcs, I 124 . Ro. SN, 1324, 72, IYI74 fax , , mu max, 71 . 5.5. V ni lim 72. ISIN Ho. ir, ' l1::s,'12i 12 .72 isis ISIN 286 , 2f11i Sli 1111! V :iii 158 157 2158 21511 Amr, Qxis 1911 wer Um .157 2:10 "'11i lill Vugz' 2-115 , 2151 2137 221 . 11114 3113 . . . . 2'11i 2-115 . 211i 2813 . 211i 2815 . . 22-1 . 2111! 21i5 . , , 21111 . 2-115 2115 198 , 22-1 221 31115 , 21111, 3112 , 287 238 , 2115 211i , 232 f11lfl . ISIS 2X1l , 2157 fl1l1i . 2111 fillli 1 1911 25l1i .. 215 fillfl . 2115 275 11111 225 211i 225 . 2-1li . 225 3115 . 275 2813 . 21ifl 2157 , 155 2115 . 26X 27-1 . 237 2743 . . . lilil T2 2115 2115 , 237 2157 2113 31111 21111 282 , :im 3111! . 21lfl 21111 271 22" . 2111 21i1 .3011 :ni . 21111 21i1 225 . HS, 1911 . , 225 210 COOKEVILLE DRESS SHOP Phone JA 6-4728 VUest Broad Street Cookeville, Tennessee Sign Painting Neon Displays Outdoor Advertising ADAMS SIGN CO. KI1llll'lI for Qmzlily 93 Mill Street Phone JA 6-6966 Page 351 NETHERTON'S CONOCO East 10th Street--P. O. Box 11-Telephone JA 6-4525 Charlie Netherton-Distributor Batteries-Tires-Road Service-Washing-Greasing-Simonizing Cookeville, Tennessee LAY'S 5C 8: IOC STORE "Where You Are Always Welc0me', Headquarters for School Supplies 'IA 6-4748 9 Broad Street West Cookeville COTTAGE CLEANERS "We Give Top Value Stamps" Located in Algood Phone JA 6-6743 Page 352 INDEX FOR STUDENTS-Continued Nrune Page W'right, john Marvin ..,...,..,........,.., .....,....,.. l 519, 289, 306 Wright, Roger Edward .. 246, 298, 299 301 Wright, Sammy Edward ........... 247, 282 Wright, Travis Winston ..,. ,............ 2 47 Wright, VVilliam Kelley, jr. .. ..., 247 Wynn, Robert lirnest ..,.., .,.. 2 47 Wynn, Robert Hugh ..... ..... 2 09 York, Norma Ruth ,.... .,... 2 47 Young, Bruce Cabot .,.. .,.,,............,. 2 63 Young, Gene Austin ..., ....,............ . . .247 Young, Gloria Lee ...... ,......... .,..... 2 2 5, 285 loung, john Douglas ..... 247 253, 2450, 267, 305 Young, Nlargarette Massey ,.,.... ........, ,.., 2 4 7 Young, Marsha Gayle .,.. ,,.....,.......,,. 2 25, 267 Young, Robert Powell . .. ..,................. 247 267 Zarzour, Louise Elizabeth .. ...,.......,. ......, 6 5 247 Ziegler, Emma ,lean ,... , 173, 199, 279, 239 3116 Xmnc Page Anderson, Dee R. ........... ,... .,.,....... 8 5 Arnold, Billy B. .. ............ 85 Ayers, Harold E. . .. ..,, 12, 55, 261 Bacon, Reba fMrs.J .. ........ . .52 Barksdale, J. A. ...... ...., 4 2, 81 Below, Mary ........... ..,... 4 5 Bertram, Marshall .......,, . . .50 267 Bertram, Thelma fMrs.j , . . , . 62, 289 Boles, Ralph C, ......,.. ,. . 48 294 Bowling, Billie QMrs.J ........,,........ Brown, Evelyn .,....,.. ..,.,.....,..... . . 50 Brown, james S. ...... .,........... 4 9 274 Brown, Raymond H. ...,. .52, 160, 162, 282 292 Brown, Virginia qMrs.j .. .........,.......... 52 Bruce, Claude WV. . .,,.. ,..,.....,.,... 4 8 Bruner, C. V. ....... ., 50 267 Buck, james P. ..... 52 289 Budd, Betty fMrs.5 .. ---- 50 Bullington, john A. .. .54 Busse, Norman ...,..... .J5 Byrom, Marvin ...,........ ,54 Byrom, Mary Ann fMrs.b 53 Cameron, Alberta ....,.... ..m2 Cameron, Billie fMrs.j .. .55 Cartier, Leonard J. .... ....... : in Childress, Robert Q. . . . ,--4- - - -50 Clark, Fowler ........ .... 4 3 118 Clark, John B. ,..... .,.,.., Q 0 Clement, W. B. .,... H 114 Cook, Don R. ....., .- :15 255 52, 290, 291 Cooper, Mattie Sue .. Copeland, Lord B. .. Name Cornelius, Edward G. ,. Coulter, Martin ........ Craun, Horare D. ..... . Crawiord, Gertrude QM rs. Crawford, Gladys 0lrs.J Crawford, Jerry L. ,.,. . Crawford, Leonard ..... Culp, Frederick L. .,,. . Cummins, Anna Mary .. DeFord, Lkxtherine QMrs.J Derryberry, Joan CMrs.J Derryberry, Everett ...., DeVall, Louis O. ..,. . Doran, James M. .,..., . Downs, William G., Jr. Drost, Raymond A. DuBois, Rose QMrs.J Duke, Albert L. ..... . Dunrkel, Ralph L. Dupes, William D. .. Eblen, Hooper ..... Eyler, Clement M. Farr, T. J. ....,.. . Ferrer, Ferdinand Fincher, Kaul ..,. Foster, Ferris U. .... . Fraser, Richard H. .... . Friedrich, Lawrence M. Funk, Harold C. .... . Fuson, R. E. ......... . Glare, Olin L, . .... Glisson, Charles 0. . . . . Goodpaslure, Vera fMrs.j Hankins, Carl F. ...... . Hardin, Vlvllllflllllil C. .. Harrison, Nalhaneal A. . Haste, Maurice ........ Henderson, J. M. .... . Hollister, Paul L. .... Howard, Joyce tMrs.j .. Huddleston, W. J. Hunter, Irene 1Mrs.j Hyder, W. Clyde ....., Jared, Collie B. ..,.. . Jared, Eugene .......... Jenks, Mary H. fMrs,J . Jewell, J. P. .,,.,..... , Jobe, Elsie ,..... ....., Johnson, Amy tMrs.5 ., Johnson, Charles L. Johnson, Louis ........ Johnson, Margaret .... Johnson, Virginia fMrs.J J Jones, Christine ,........, Jones, Roger G. ....... . Jones, Ronald E. ., FACULTY INDEX-Continued VARSITY BARBER SHOP Page . . 50 54 . ..,... H60 .,.,......-17,285 ...l2, 43, llbl, 2407 .......,.50,3U2 , ..... ...SU Barbers: ' Floyd McKinley ...,...,.....,5o,279 ., ..,.....,..... Ray Herd ...4o, 5x, su, si, ll8, .egg sa2,.: 294 . ,. 50 Locatlon ,..119, 123, 1421 54,271 Dixie Center U54 '2, 119, 123, 152 J ....... 50,lI8 U ,, 272 Your Head Is Important to Us ..,.4.2r ...,4x,11i1 ...49257 ., 54, 272 Was, 299, 299 .. 5o,fs1,29u 115,95 ..5-1,274,278 ISU . .. 13,55 b C C ,,,,,,,, Hu ity Gas om any .50 48 ...,.44,279 .. ro, 279 ff dm Friends" 49, 298. 259, 3911 We Make W r .,.......49,29s,ao1g 55,295 JA 6-4452 fifgu ,...r2 ...,44, 118,265 12 West SPUUS Cookevlue 55 261 54 All-OVC Selections . . . Tom Hackler W. J. Shumaker Gordon Mason Jim Hagan Football Football Football B4-fkefball BROWN-WATSON SPURTING GOODS Wilson and Riddell Athletic Equipment Adams Plastic Nose Guards johnson Motors - Boats 423 East Spring Street JA 6-4516 Cookeville, Tennessee Page 353 and ii , ,, his .-1 . 1 WAEHKNG RGESS A D MEDLI TEXACO "for all your car's needs" '-AMM-22.1 .M . M...,. Mm. . 66 North Washington JA 6-2027 Cookeville, Tennessee FACULTY INDEX-Confinued Ninn! II e julian, NV. j. ........ .... 5 2770 jumper, Sidney R. ...... .... 5 0, 2137 HALL'S DAIRY MART The Home of the "ORANGE MICKEY" Smedwickes-Foollongs-Burgers Ivlalts-Slmlees-Sufzdies Phone jA 6-2979 401 West Spring Cookeville A. H. and M. D. Hall Page 354 Keene, Charles j. ,.,.... . Kinslow, Curtis CMrs.j .. Kinslow, Ray ........., Kiltrull, 'I'. W. ..... . Knight, E. B. Lee, Ester .....,... Leiel, Dale A., jr. Lewis, Xvilliam H, .... . Luebke, Benjamin H. McGee, Marjorie 1Mrs.j McGee, Sidney L. .... .. Mangam, Charles R. .. Marks, james B. .... . Marshall, Annie White .. Mattson, ll. W. ....,. . Maxwell, Betty CMrs.J .. Miller, Gordon A. .,.. . Minnimh, May CMrs.J Minor, Mary lMrs.J . ,. . Mitchell, Eleanor fMrs.p Monk, C. 0, ........ . Montgomery, Ester .... Moore, Betty 1Mrs.J Moore, Fred . ,... . Moore, joseph H. . . . Nfflllflllllll, R. H. .. Moss, Frank R. ..... . Mowall, W. P. ...,..... . Moye. VV. B. ........., . CMrs.J . Mullins, Charlene Murphy, 1Vi11iam H., jr. ,. Newman, Chuck ..,....,. Nolen, jewel . . Norman, Douglas Oldham, john 0. .. Oliier, james D., Sr. , Orr, judy , .... . . . . Overall, P. V. ........ , Owen, john li. . , . . . . . . Pangle, Barbara lMrs.j Pangle, Charles C. .... . 1'arham, Bobby T. .. Paris, james Ii. . Patterson, Howard R. Pennehaker, Dorothy' Olrsj Pennebaker, G. B. . . , , . , Phillips, joanna fMrs.l . Pliilpol, C. 1'. . Pinkerton, Herman l'lummer, Virginia fMrs.J Poleet, john .,... . Power, Waldo . .,.,., . Powers, Katherine .. lll'1lllli'l7, Ralph .,.., 1 48, 118, ,'.'.Q1:4','1lfv, 1-17, I5R. 1 . . 52, 289 49, 264, 275 ,.... .. 49 .. 46, 307 49, 299, 302 ....... .50 ..... 50 79 49 . 267 . 50 .. 4, 5, 48 ... 48, 279 . . 52, 286 .. 42, 60 49, 272, 278 .. . 51 ,84, 85, 96 ......,. 60 ... .. 60 51 .. 54 . 53, 303 .. 51 ... 51, 267 54, 118 51, 294, 295 .... 47 .... 54, 274 . 294 .... 85, 93 . . 119, 123 .... 52 , . . 51 19, 136, 143 52, 166 232, 292 .. ... 294 . , 53 59, 299, 300 . ,. 521 . ... 54 '18, :ul 78 . 45 , . 55 -19 51, 298, 289 .... 55, 26-1 . 55 . 53, 280 .. 51 , 5l V FACULTY 1NDEx-confanued A 111,111 Quillcn, RIulfolm , ., Rapcr, Horace W. . . , . Ric'l11nnlnI, Mixer R. . .. Ross, ,Inu Call Sclmr, Milos NI. . . hlmrpc, Klllurlcs N. ., Sircy, Ronald . , ., Sissom, I.. IL. ,.,, Skinner, Al. T. ., 51niIl1,.-Xllic II. 1NI1's.l , Hlll'Il.QI'0H'. C. I'. . SICIIIIIIIUSI, IQIIIQUIIL' . . Slcwznl, Guy II. Sl1'W:ll'l, Williann I. 5ll'IlIIIk'y, N'illiznn Il. . Snblcll, Robert I.. .. . 'I':1ylo1', George O., jr. . Terry, NI1llIdC S, qNl1'w.j . VIIIIOYIIC, joe A. .. ,. . Iidwvll, Marvin ., ,. 'I'osh, Vcrnic C. 'Iilli'ILK'I', Wilbnrn . . . Wilde, NI, B. ,. Wade. Walter W. .. Ward, lilhcrt I". ..,. . Weber, I1-onnul ,l. ., . Wcdwick, Lawlvinv Cf. Wendt, CIITISAII .... , Wllilc, Ilclcn lXIrs.j White, Marie ......, N'l1iIIicld, Powell ..., Williams, Donnlil .. Williams, Homer X. , AVIIIILIIIIS, Milo R. Williams, Norlir W. ., Wisner, Oriole ,. ., N'ripgln, ,l. Richxml . Page . . ,. -I2, 52, 58, lil, 845 , ...BSL DI, 267 H.. .5I,206 , SI, 2525 ,5l, 253, 2157 .,... -Ili .5I, 294 f'1:4, DUNN'S AUTO P RT .. . 'III , 'Ili .U . . fl... QI7, 51. IIS III, 7.1 . , .32 . fl , Relblafement Parts 52, 2x11 f4I,3lb2 , ...,... .. Intl, IISI, l2f5, 1:45 for ., ,Y1l,2li7 .. 52, 72.2147 2111, 295 , sr V ,lf All Makes Trurles and NBII, 31114 , . , 2145 , 11.3 52, 289 . . . 541 , . . Trl, 278 ... Il-I, 95 747 . .. . .I- 5-I. 2133, 271, 275 ADVERTISING INDEX .'x'111ll1f Adznns Sign Company .,., . .Klgoorl Limestone Company .Xndcrson Fish Pk Oyster AIIIOIIIOIIXC PZITIS Company Bz1iley's Decorziting Supply IS S: B Restaurant ......,. Beacon Restznirnnt ,. . . Ben Franklin Store ., llilbruy BIAOLIICIN Ilistrihnlors Borden Electric, Compzmv . Ilordcn jewelry KIOIYIDZIIIX Ilmcl Ding Storm- ., Page ,.,.35l . .,2l2I . .flI.1 .. .3l7 ....SIU , .333 . .Sll , fi-If .,.,3-I6 ,. 3315 332 3-II Phone JA 6-6134 302 West Spring Cars 6 BROWN'S DRI E I COME IN-DRIVE IN COUNTER, CURB SERVICE H H Courteous, Efficient Service Intersection Broad and W. Spring Street Phone JA 6-6514 Cookeville Page 355 MODEL CLEA ERS D LAU DRY COTTON JOHNSON, Owner The Co-eds' Fashion Center . jAYSON'S Featuring the Best in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 36 West Broad Cookeville, Tennessee ADVERTISING INDEX--Continued Name Page B ' ' D " -I .......,..... , .... 35? Mfcfedfy Dayton Bigiivrri-ifVatls:'iii: Sxporting Goods .... 3513 Builders Supply Company .... 345 d an Biitlingtoifii .... d .. . T ,..,.... .... is - - B 'NI l' i , . , ..., 5 54 TIWS 12179510110 czgiifstli zgirillk . ill. . . .. .. . .304 Chafiin, Thurmanawholesalc . . . .... 325 Chattanooga klelandle Company . , , ..., Citizens Ban ...........,., ,..... .... ' 1. . Clarence Stewart Auto Sales ,....... .... 2 Wil Claude Wilmoth Insurance Agency . .... 341 Coca-Cola Bottling Company ....... ..., 3 College Barber Shop ..,,.........,. . . . . . . . 0 ' ' ' Cookeville Beauty Shop .....,,............ .... 3 27 RetaPPlng'tVulCdntZlng Cookeville Dress Shop ....,.......... ...... ,... E5 5 l Cookeville Federal Savings ik Loan Assoriation . .... 365 Cookeville Industries , ,...,........,,..,.. .... 3 38 349 West Broad Street Telephone JA 6-2222 goolieville lvlgiaible 8: Granite Works ---,- .-i- 3 ig .oo evi e o e ........,....,,... .,,. - Cookeville lllfotor Company .,..,.. .... 3 Cookevil e aning Mills .......,. ,.., ' COOKEVILI-E, TENNESSEE cmkeville Publishing Company .... .,.. 3 62 Cookeville Pure Milk Company .. ..,. 344 Cookeville Radiator Shop ....,.,........ .... 5 l64 Cookeville Recappers ....,..,..,...,,.,,.,., .... 3 45 Cookeville Sheet Metal QQ Supply Company .... 357 Cookeville Shirt Company .........,,...... ..,. 3 22 Cookeville Trailer Park and Sales ., ..., .... SX Cottage Cleaners .,.,..,.,.,...., .... I .il Cream City Ice Cream Company ., .,., 331 Dairy Queen .............,....,.. .... i .0 7 XXI Delman Company, The ,....,.,, .,.. 3 47 S Dixie Service Csnter ...,. .... 2 Driveeln aun romat . . . . . . . RE T T Al. B. Xe C. T. Dubois .,.. I Dunn's Auto Parts ...... .,.. . 1 S A East Side Beauty Shop ...... .... 3 37 Ellis Cab Bc Service Station ..,. .... 3 26 EvansNGarage ..,. .,....... .... 2 F' t ational Ban ...... .... Fohitclfs Meats ......,,... .... 3 40 Jack Frost, Manager oiiaimii Cafe Sc Drive ln .4.. 323 Culbenk Engraving .,...,. ..,. 5? Cunnels Florist . . ...,..., . . . . .. 61 Fffffufffls Cbffffffffl Bfffilfd SIMS ll3lli?.i,f'1'iTldii"1f'1'..111i,:'1'11jQ,. .... 3. 3:33213 Hawkins Corn and Feed Mill .....,,. ..,.,. ..,. fl 1 il Hensley Insulating and NVcathcrstripping Co, ,. ..,. 348 57 West B1'0ad P11030 Herlf-jones Company .....,.4.,..,.,,,..,. . ,,,, 344 Hi-Ho Restaurant .,. ,,.,. .. . .,. .,. .,..332 Holt's Amolelo diiper-Serlvicc . ,,,.. . . - H 8: . ' . . . , , . . Cookevllle, Tennessee JA 6-4787 H3'ii"Eity Ga?CoEii?:ii1y T'flf'Tf' .,.. 'fT'T'f... ,Magis Ideal Cleaners and Men's Shop .,..,... ...357 jared Monumental VVorks ...,.... , , ,360 Jared's Shop ,....,..,4... . . . .383 Page 356 ADVERTISING INDEX-Continued Name P1139 jays0n's ........ . ,.... . - 355 Jenkins k Darwin Bros, ....,.,.,. .. Alert: Wliilson llarrlware Kioinpany . -- jersey Ifarnts . . ..., . ,,..,,. ,... . . V . V jessek Market ,....,,.,. V . V . . . . joe Stoll 'lrtttlt K Implement COIIIIJZIIIJ . . XVilliatn ll. Lane COIIIJJZIHJ . . V .. ...V V . . Lafs 54 It l0c Store . V. ,..., V .. V . V . V . Lea s Butane Gas Conipany Inc. ...., . V . . . . Lyles Radio, TV and Appliance Serxire l,ynn's Motel ...,...,. ........,. . . . .... l.ynn's 'l exam Ma.-Mloos .. ....,.. ... - . V Nlcliugin Oil Company . - V V NlcNlurt'y-Roberson, Int. . .V Nlatldux Ilardwzue .. . V Madison Bowling I.ant's ....... ---- NIarclihank's Drug Company . . . V 4 V Masters Appliances .,........ .V.V Midway Restaurant . ,,.,...,., ,... . . V . Nlodel Cleaners tk Laundry . . . ..,, . V . V Monterey Hardwood Flooring Company V - -. W. P. Morris tk Son ....,,.. . . .. . Mosit-r's Downtown Restaurant . . . . Murphy's Shoe Store .....,..,. .-.- Nal1or's Mobil Service ...,.... ---- Netherton's Conoco ..... V-.- Newman's Restaurant ....... V..- Nixon Brothers ..,,... .....,. . . . Pepsi-Cola Bottling llonipany . V - Potter l'il'l'Iglll Lines, Inc. .,.,. St't'xit'e .,..,.. , .... - . V 337 319 362 1533 3413 1571 352 350 348 350 2558 337 3154 3415 Ill! .Uh 331 300 339 3515 33-1 349 356 358 352 327 360 325 321 HOLT'S AMOCO SUPER-SERVICE V. H. HOLT, Manager Delfo Batteries U. S. Royal Tires JA 6-4642 429 East Spring Cookeville Powell Bilyeu kk Son l"llI'Illllll'l' --Vfilll Powers l-'urniture ..,.........,., ,4.. i itil Princess 'Theatre .,.,...,....,. ..V. 2 523 l'utnan1 Drive-In 'l'ht-atre .... . V .ilrlff Plllllllltl Printing Cotnpanv ... --- 5221 Rav's Food Market . . .. . 1.5 Record Shop, The .. .... .,., . N327 a Riu' Radio Cali . .... . . ,.., 3612 ' Royal Crown Bottling Coinpany . .V.3l4 Safety 'liire Service ..., ...,.. . ...V 2 HQ Satnn1ie's Florist .... .. .,4, 326 Saunders Florist V . , . . . . . - - .310 Scrilfs Motel .. V . . ...,. .. .,,. 3332 Shanks Hotel ..,.., .. ...,. -VVV 2 QQSQTEQQL ff'f".'ll'l." ff"'V"L " Roofing and Skeet Metal Contractors Sniitli's Master Market .... . . ,. .. .filth Snow White LLllllItll'l4L'llL' ..,.. ,.... V -V IIQX 24 Wgllnut Avenue Telephone Sorrell Brothers .,.....,, f ....,.... K. . . , V..V Quill Southern l'lllTl1lIlIl'l' Manu 1lL'Illl'Ill I Io. V V. fi . stimitr-in Motel .V .,.,. ..VV.V. l' .V V . -320 Cookeville, Tennessee Sparta Xlonutnental Works, Int, . . . . 353 Spartans Manttfatturing lIontpanxV Int. . .fltil Spring Slreet Market .VVV...V .. . .. .. 317 Stale I'-1ll'lll Iiistitatlitt' . . . . V V fllli PUTNAM PRINTING COMPANY 1927-Our 33rd Year-1960 Ralph H. Wfirt OFFICE STATIONERY WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS ENVELOPES CARDS 111 Wfest First Street Phone JA 6-6288 IDE L CLEANERS AND MEN'S HOP Something New or Something Digerent In Me11's ll"enr FORMAL XVEAR-SALES AND RENTAL 118 North Cedar Avenue Cookeville, Tennessee Phone JA 6-6051 Page 357 LYNN 'S TEXACO SERVICE "Service Guaranteed to Please" Texaco Products Wheel Balancing by Bear Tune-Up and Brake Specialist Road Service JA 6-4064 Firestone und Dunlop Tires SPARTA MONUMENTAL WORKS INC. Monuments of Distinction Phone Numbers 3931 and 3941 Sparta Tennessee ADVERTISING INDEX-Continued Name Page W. A. Steakley 8: Sons .......v.....,...,,...,. .,.. .,,, , . . Stone's Appliances , . . . . . . . . Suburban Supply Company ...., , . . T-erh Gulf Sertiee ....,4,.. Terry Brothers .....,,.,.,., . . , , Triangle Cafe .......4..... . . , . 4 'l'ire Engineers ......,........,.., A 4 , , Titsworthabenny Motor Company . . . , , 'l'odd's Food Market ,........,..... ,,,,, Varsity Barber Shop ......, . . . , , , 4 345 344 366 338 339 341 3515 3147 367 5552 Vaughn's Restaurant .,,...,,... , , Q 3151 Vclma's Restaurant .....,.,....,. , , Vulfan Life Insurance Company . , , 364 Weaxer Typewriter Company . , . , 315 NVebb Pharmacy .. ,, . ,.... 31513 West Side Drug Store ,..., , 334 White Studio ,.......... , 312 EVIIILSOII Funeral Home , , , 5:19 W H U B ,,.,......,.. , 313 Williams Florist ,....., . , V 313 Williamson jewelers ....... , , , 371 Winona Motel ........,... V 326 Woodbine Dry Goods Store , 3441 Woodford Motor Company 3615 Many of tbe finest businesses in town advertise in your EAGLE. Consult tbe N ABOR'S MOBIL SERVICE Mobil Products Mobil Tires and Batteries JA 6-6365 464 East Spring Street Cookeville, Tennessee VELMA'S RESTAURANT "Home Cooked Food" HOT ROLLS advertisements before buying. Phone JA 6-4757 West Broad Cookeville, Tennessee Page 358 fqe caichnq. . . ' Art ' Letterpress Engraving ' lithographic Plates ' Color Process Plates ALL PLATES IN THE EAGLE WERE PRODUCED BY GULBENK ENGRAVING CCDMPANY NASHVILLE TENNESSEE FORTY-TWO YEARS OF SERVICE TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS P JARED MQNUMENTAL WORKS XVil5on jnrccl, owmx A 4 655 XY'cst Spring Street Crn11fm'fal2lc Room Avmnlzlmdulifum Cookeville, Tcnncsscc MASTERS APPLIANCES Phone jA 6-4132 for Rcscrx moms Anllaorizezl Dealer Fur: Cookcvillc, Tcnncssu "GENERAL lfLIiC'l'RlC AI'l'LlANCIiS" Phonc jA 6-6688 Z6 South Wllsllillgtoll Cookcvillc, VIICIIIICESLL NIXQN BROTHERS Q-QL Proz1'11c't,v DENNLXN'HRES--RWLLARD BATTFRH5 llHAUL1RAHIRSREN1AL,LOCALCNIONF WAN FREE PM RUP S DELIVERN' Wfest Spring and Broad Phone 'IA 6-6265 Cookeville, Texmessu Page JSU partans Industries, Inc. Sparta Dunlap Smithville Tennessee POWERS FURNITURE VAUGHN 'S Television 84 Appliances Philco-Zenith Sales and Service Plailco Appliances-Fedders Air Conditioning 21 West Broad Street Telephone JA 6-6316 Phone JA 6-2765 Hawkins Corn and Feed Mills 311 E. Spring Street Cookeville, Tennessee Munufaelurers o f H awleins whole kernel corn meal Sam Vaughn and modern mix feeds Cookeville Tennessee Page 361 Helping promote Tech f I in every way . . . 0 0 0 0 The Putnam County HERALD The Cookeville CITIZEN Published by- Cookcville Publishing Company ' ' ' in the 145 South Jefferson economical package Specializing in fob Printing i K For quick and efficient service call: RICE RADIO CAB All Courteous Drivers 24 Hour Serpife Phone JA 6-4552 Page 362 SHIPLEY'S MARINE 8: AUTO SERVICE Evinrude Motors-Glasxlbar and Fabuglas Boats Tee-Nee and Magnolia-Craft Trailers Conoco Products Complete Radiator Service 4 East Spring Street Phone JA 6-4668 Pg 363 CAMPUS GRILL Air c,iflIlllifilIllL'!l Ili,L'lK'fIIllL' 'l'C'l'l7 Slllzlvllliv Telephone jA 6-6684 LIFE INSURANCE for COLLECSE SENIORS for infornmlion comzut. 745 North Dixie Cookeville NX'fXlilil PQ Cill.l,lfN' XV. Al. SllliMAKlfIi CilfNlfRAl. AGENTS Clms. P. Mcffulley Venter McCullcy Cookeville Radiator Shop VULCAN llflrrixnu Rudifllnr Serrive C fl nllm ri: cd Clldllllillg-Rtlllrlifillg-RL'L'1IlIl2iIlg JA 6-3015 Andrew Lcwib, l'11-siclerlt 5-fill XVQSL Spring Cookeville, AIQCIIIILSSLL MCGUGIN GIL COMPANY Shell PI'0l1'llL'fj' .IA 6-4268 W'illar:1' Bain 1 lu Algood Tennessee Page 364 COOKEVILLE TRAILER PARK AND SALES lk Miles North of Square on Hilham Road QQ MODERN SPACES Authorized Mobile Home Dealer For: NEW MOON ELCAR RICHARDSON DETROITER BELVEDERES Butler 8: Melvin Malone, Owners Telephone JA 6-9097 COOKEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 40 Paid on Savings All Accounts Insured up to 810,000 Cookeville Federal Savings and Loan Association 104 East Broad Street Cookeville, Tennessee Pg 365 , We Nw WT? in , Mg, . Woof WOODFORD MOTOR COMPANY Buick-Pontiac-Rambler Cookeville Vuuxall-GMC Trucks JA 6-6551 Tennessee ROBERT GUN N ELS FLORIST Phone JA 6-4224 FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS GIFTS AND NOVELTIES "Pleasing you means our succesx SUBURBAN SUPPLY CO. All Kinds Building Material Ready Mixed Concrete 825 E. 10th Street Grady W. Webb jelephone JA 6-4411 Manager Cookeville, Tenn. SMITH'S MASTER MARKET "PUBLIC SQUARE" Meats-Vegetables-Frozen Foods 23 North Dixie Avenue Cookeville, Teoo. JA 6-4256 FREE DELIVERY Page 366 TODD'S FOOD MARKET ENhS Ckl1T DRIVE-IN LAUNDROMAT "Pleasing You Pleases Us" WE NEVER CLOSE Spring Street Cookeville, Tennessee Follow the gang to the SN OW WHITE LAUNDERETTE HuVf'1t'Illll6' Tech Students" 3 Blocks from Tech Corner of Cedar and 4th Pg ass First National Bank COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE We are now in our 50th year of operation, being organized just a short time before Tennessee Tech was established. Both of our institu- tions have many things to be thankful for during the fine growth periods we have experienced. Most of all we owe our success to the people who have supported us. We owe the Tennessee Tech faculty and students our appreciation for their support throughout the years, and we ask that you come in to see us and give us an opportunity to show our appreciation. ...dnl . -Qs. ' Member F.D.I.C. Member Federal Reserve System Page 369 R flllllliflkffllfilifl Building . . . Constructed By SORRELL BROTHERS Phone 262 1 Sparta Tennessee Page 370 WM. H. LANE CO. WILLIAMSON JEWELERS Offire Supplies C07Il1lI61'Cl!1l Printing "jeu'eler.v of Dislinctiozf' Engraved Lelle1'lJef1ds Envelopes , . . 52 Wlest Broad Street Wfeddzug Iizrzlalzoizs Phone JA 6-4551 Telephone JA 6-2622 241-243 W. Broad Street Cookeville Tennessee Cookeville Tennessee MCQUIDDY PRINTING COMPANY Specializing in Quality Printing for Schools and Colleges 110 Seventh Ave., North Nashville, Tenn. PhoneAL 6-8106 Page 377 Y I I, I NEW ADMINISTRATION BUILDING A state-supported institution offering the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Master of Arts, with high academic standards, a well trained faculty, and many new plant facilities. A convenient location in the midst of a diversified recreational and scenic area. An outstanding R.O.T.C. program. Splendid training at low cost in five undergraduate Schools: Engineering, Agricul- ture and Home Economics, Business Administration, Education, and Arts and Sciences fincluding strong pre-professional curriculaj, and the Graduate School. Emphasis upon a student-centered program with particular attention to the in- dividual on one of America's friendliest campuses. Tuition free to residents of Tennessee. Address correspondence with the college as tollowsz PRESIDENT EVERETT DERRYBERRY-Data on institutional policy, state regulations. DEAN J. A. BARKSDALE-Data concerning the instructional program and the graduate school. REGISTRAR ALTIE H. SMITH--Data regarding high school transcripts, advanced standing. DIRECTOR OF FIELD SERVICES, LEONARD CRAWFORD-Catalogs, data on housing, meals, student worlt, worlt scholarships, applications 'for admission. TENNESSEE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE Page 372 Y


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