Tennessee Wesleyan College - Nocatula Yearbook (Athens, TN)

 - Class of 1930

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" JUNIOR CLASS HOROSCOPE " MATTIE ADAMS Benton, Tenn. Honor : K. L. S. Has Been: A good student. Wants to Be: A school teacher. Will Be: A blushing bride. SAMUEL ADKINS— " Sam " Knoxville, Tenn. Honors: P. L. S.; President of Y. M. C. A.; Debating Club; Glee Club; Wesleyan Brotherhood; Vice-president of Junior Class. Has Been : A puff of wind. Wants to Be: A millionaire. Will Be: The ice man. FRANCES BLAIR— " Fannie " Cleveland, Tenn. Honors: S. L. S.; Gamma Gamma. Has Been: A " Flasher " . Wants to Be : A movie star. Will Be: An office girl. HELEN BARNARD Kingston, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S.; President of Alpha Gamma; Y. W. C. A. Has Been: Most studious girl. Wants to Be: A school teacher. Will Be: A farmer ' s wife. MAMIE BRYSON— " Flaming " Cleveland, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S. Has Been : Somebody ' s sweetheart. Wants to Be : A Florida housewife. Will Be: A lonesome old maid. GRACE BARKER Haleyville, Ala. Honors: K. L. S.; Service Club; Y. W. C. A. Has Been: Modest school girl. Wants to Be: A school teacher. Will Be: A good house-keeper. WILLIAM BATES— " Billie " Charleston, Tenn. Honors: A. L. S. Has Been : A bad boy. Wants to Be: A comedian. Will Be: A good husband. CLYDE BEARDEN— " Doc " Haleyville, Ala. Honor: P. L. S. Has Been: A faithful student. Wants to Be: A college graduate. Will Be: A doctor. GRACE BYRD Kno.xville, Tenn. Honors: Member of Orchestra; K. L. S. Has Been: Useful in all school affairs. Wants to Be: A literary genius. Will Be: A winner of fame. JOE BROWN— " Brownie " Jelico, Tenn. Honor: A. L. S. Has Been : A crap shooter. Wants to Be : A radio announcer. Will Be: Broke. HENRY BUTT— " Gabe " Abington, Va. Honors: P. L. S. ; Baseball Team. Has Been: A pretty good fellow. Wants to Be: A married man. Will Be: A county office holder. VIRGINIA CONNER— " Jennie " Roanoke, Va. Honors: K. L. S.; Y. W. C. A.; P. K.; Service Club. Has Been: A rural maiden. Wants to Be: A general favorite. Will Be: A bachelor girl. EDNA MAE CORRELL Soddy, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S.; Pi Nu Lambdas. Has Been: The bashful one. Wants to Be: A nurse. Will Be: A stenographer. MAX COSTALES— " Mac " Kansas City, Kans. Honor: Member of Orchestra. Has Been: Good natured student. Wants to Be: A chemist. Will Be: A musician. RUTH CROCKER Cedar Town, Ga. Honor: K. L. S. Has Been: A country girl. Wants to Be: Mrs. Jack Atha. Will Be: Teacher of wild parrots. JESSIE CROWDER— " Pee Wee " Mosheim, Tenn. Honors: A basketball star; best sport; K. L. S.; Service Club. Has Been : A general favorite, heavyweight. Wants to Be: Old maid school teacher. Will Be: A melancholy widow. Page Four

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•-»-•«-»«-»-» " Say, Stivers, what part do you play around here, anyway? You seem to be the boss. " " Well, James, I got such a kick out of run- ning the school when I was here that I de- cided to stay and finish the job. I ' m the presi- dent. Come down to chapel and I ' ll show you the grandchildren of your old classmates. " Listen, Stivers and Gus — united we stand, divided we sprawl — so let ' s help each other up the steps! " " It seems funny to be on the stage and not at that pop-eyed piano. " " Stivers, old roomy, who is that distin- guished young fellow in the second row? He ' s a perfect John Gilbert. " " His grandfather was a John Gilbert. Do I have to say more than — Ju-Jo? He ' s now a very wealthy southern planter. And there ' s the granddaughter of Helen Barnard, who has, without a doubt, inherited all of her famous scientist-grandmother ' s chemical knowledge. And Slim Rogerson, that noted diplomat, even proved loyal by sending his grandniece. Oh, our students have been true, all right! Here are the teachers. The years make a difference, but the trustees are kind and we are still to- gether. Those two old patriarchs coming in now are Miss Prior and Dean Harrell. And there is Rilter Homer Matron. She ' s totally deaf and practically blind, but Helen Lee never would give up. That sweet old lady in the corner is the Senior class sponsor, little Miss Armstrong, who has taken the place of the ' Nona ' you used to know. Now I ' ll get up and introduce you. (Oh, my back!) My children, you knov that friends of this university are always welcome and today two of our very oldest friends honor us on a very unique oc- casion — their golden wedding anniversary. Fifty-one years ago these two were students here like you. Let me introduce their E.xcel- lencies. President and Mrs. James Cultz, Presi- dent and First Lady of the United States of America! " JUNIORS IN ATHLETICS 1929-30 It can be truthfully said that the Junior class of Wesleyan did more than their share in furnishing the material that gave Coach Haynes the successful year that he has had; both in football and basketball. Coach Haynes had few letter men in foot- ball to form even a semblance of a team for the past season. Coach asked our support. Look us over, and see if we gave it to him. There were Vic Halback, quarterback, and Eb Wilson, halfback. These two stars gained a merited reputation in the back field. Other varsity men were: Powell, Toxie, Murphey and Culvahouse in the backfield, and Pyle, tackle; Nardo, guard; Wright and Sims at ends, and Sexton at tackle. When basketball season arrived, only one letter man appeared with it. Coach again appealed to us for help. We answered the call with these men: Wasson and Mullins at guard; Pyle at center; and Wright at forward. If you have seen these men at work on the hardwood floor, you will know we have reason for " hand- ing ourselves flowers " . Out of the nine players on the girls ' team, six were placed from the Junior class. These were: Foster, Finnill, Crowder, Swaney, Hol- brook and Fritts. When you have glanced over the names of these girls, think of each one individually. When you Tiave done this, then you have dis- covered the secret of Coach Templeton ' s suc- cessful season in basketball. " IT SEEMS TO ME " Neal Ensminger That Wesleyan surely is for the 18th Amendment. Even the fountain at Banfield is bone dry ! That nothing is as bad as it appears to be; if it were, Frank Kokely would be a Jesse James. That we need a landscape gardener; look what Ray Whaley did to the campus at Bennett. That it is a wonder Prof. Douglas is on our faculty; how did he manage to ever leave Kansas? That posted signs and placards do not mean a thing; one in the library says " Silence " . That students do not break social rules: we only violate restrictions. That school spirit must be a wonderful thing from what we hear of it. Let ' s hope we find it. That our students could appreciate the Heavenly Chimes; we surely love bells. That some of our students should be world famous; they would if the world knew as much about them as they know about themselves. That the Student Council is a mysterious thing; it meets so often and has so many secrets. That a cover should be placed above the base of the flag pole; then we could love in the shade. That benches should be placed around on the campus; the steps at the arch would be passable then. That there is something beautiful about everything; listen at the voices of the glee club. That some heads on the campus could not hold all they know, well in fact they are swell- ing. Page Three



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" JUNIOR CLASS HOROSCOPE " CELIA CUMMINS Pikeville, Tenn. Honor: K. L. S. Has Been: A quiet girl. Wants to Be: A married woman. Will Be: A college graduate. LILLIE CANNON— " Charlie " Knoxville, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S.: Glee Club; Sigma Tau Sigma; Assistant Librarian. Has Been: Conspicuous. Wants to Be: Queen of all hearts. Will Be: Cabaret dancer. WILLIAM CAMPBELL— " Bill " St. Petersburg, Fla. Honor: P. L. S. Has Been: A bashful boy. Wants to Be: A great scientist. Will Be: General flunky. FAIN CARTER— " Mose " Moshiem, Tenn. Honor: P. L. S. Has Been : A country lad. Wants to Be : Woke up. Will Be: Floorwalker. EMMA CLARK— " Em " Mt. Zion, Ga. Honors: Librarian; S. L. S. Has Been: A willing worker. Wants to Be: A land lady. Will Be: A good wife. ROBERT CLAYTON— " Bob " Athens, Tenn. Honors: Editor of Nocatula; A. L. S.; Star of Dramatic Club. Has Been : Smartest student in school. Wants to Be: Editor of New York Times. Will Be: A printer ' s devil. EDYTHE FINNELL Cleveland, Tenn. Honors: Alpha Gamma; K. L. S. Has Been: Smart. Wants to Be : A blushing bride. Will Be: Disappointed. PAULINE FARRIS— " Pauly " Mountain City, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S.; Pi Nu Lambda. Has Been: A history shark. Wants to Be : A good house-keeper. Will Be: A what? CARRIE LOU FOSTER— " Salty " Harriman, Tenn. Honors: S. L. S.; R. G. B.; a basketball star. Has Been : Funny. Wants to Be: Important. Will Be: Mrs. Bob Delaney. SARAH BELLE FRITTS— " Fritzy " South Harriman, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S. ; R. G. B.; Glee Club. Has Been : Love sick. Wants to Be: Mrs. Earl Henry. Will Be: Broken hearted. MARY ELLA GARRISON Niota, Tenn. Honors : K. L. S. Has Been: A brilliant student. Wants to Be: A professional woman. Will Be: A typist. BLANCHE GASS Sunbright, Tenn. Honors: S. L. S. Has Been: Teacher ' s pet. Wants to Be : A traveler. Will Be: School teacher. REUBEN GODSEY Decateur, Tenn. Honors: A. L. S. Has Been: Good as gold. Wants to Be: Let alone. Will Be: A hermit. MARY JEWETT GRANT— " Jewett " Rockwood, Tenn. Honors: R. G. B.; S. L. S.; Glee Club. Has Been : The town " belle " . Wants to Be : A famous singer. Will Be: Jane ' s and Salty ' s room mate. GRACE GREEN Ronda, N. C. Honors: K. L. S.; Member of Debating Team; Y. W. C. A.; Pi Nu Lambda. Has Been: A mountain queen. Wants to Be: Famous. Will Be: School teacher. ELIZABETH GREGORY— " Lib " Decateur, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S. Has Been: The teacher ' s pride. Wants to Be: Dean of women. Will Be: Housekeeper. WILLIAM HAIRRELL— " Bill " Athens, Tenn. Honors: A. L. S.; Nocatula Staff. Has Been: Popular. Wants to Be : A sheik. Will Be: Left out. AMY HALE Benton, Tenn. Honors: K. L. S.; Glee Club. Has Been: The sleepy one. Wants to Be: A famous singer. Will Be: A book keeper. Page Five

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