Tennessee Wesleyan College - Nocatula Yearbook (Athens, TN)
- Class of 1940
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KW I I RUDOLPH A. HOPPE Editor OSCAR JOHNSON --Bus. Mgr. Volume XXI Published by the Students of TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE Athens, Tenn. DEDI C Al ION To the progress of a greater Wesleyan we dedicate this twenty-first volume of the NOCATULA. May the interest and progress shown in this present Forward Movement be characteristic of the future of a great college, Tennessee Wesleyan. 21103 f|=:|j5| THE HACKBERRY AND OAK MERNER - PFEIFFER LIBRARY TEN ESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE ATHENS, TENNESSEE FOREWORD Th8r€ is a beautiful legend concerning two trees on our campus which has come to us from the Indians of this section of the United States. Because of its appropriateness we have selected it as the theme of this volume. The undying love and devotion of the Indian maiden and her lover in the legend signifies our own love and devot on to Wesleyan. May this book, as well as the story, serve to remind us of laborious, but happy days spent on the campus. A summary of the legend is begun below and continued on the division pages which follow Many years ago white soldiers came to the Indian town of Chota, on the Tennessee River, and erected a fort which they called Fort Loudon. The soldiers were honest and fair in their dealings with the Indians and so won their friendship. But soon traders and other settlers moved in and took such unfair advantage of the Indians that a delegation of chiefs told them that they must leave. They severely beat the chiefs and threw them from the fort. A terrible war broke out and soon the whites were forced to give in and leave. The Indians agreed to let them leave in peace provided they left behind most of their guns and ammunition, which they agreed to do. But instead of living up to their agreement they sunk the guns in the river and ruined all the powder before the Indians could find them. CONTENTS Book I Book II Book III Book IV Book V The Collese The Classes Organizations Athletics Advertisements 1940 NOCATULA staff kudolph A. Hoppe. Editor-in-chief Prof. S. C. Evins Faculty Advisor Oscar Johnson Business Manager Lyston Jdco Sports Editor ' da Mae Kildgore Club Editor Ruth Campbell Features Editor Paul Smith Rel, News Editor Marie Gregg Sports Editor Ann Caldwell Humor Editor Mary Ruth Cochran Library Edi O ' Anna Joyce Walton Columnist Ruth hHines Columnist Martha Cavaleri Columnist Vernon Moore Columnist Bernalyn Kelley Reporter C. P. Hardy Reporter Elizabeth Guess Alumni Editor Orindd Wood Typist Costo Ridenour Advertising Mgr. Martha Sue Dean Advertising Advertising Staff not Pictured: 1 ucille Rich- ardson, Jane Hollings- worth, Clureta Ray, Margrery faytcr, and 1-rankie Sue Riggs. THE CHILD, ' WEENA ' As soon as the Indians learned of the perfidy of the whites they followed them with a yearning for vengeance. A few of the older chiefs tried to warn the white men but arrived too late. The mass- acre was already going on. One chief, Atta- kull-kulla noticed a young woman begging for mercy for her baby boy. He bade the warrior spare them and took them both into his household. About a year later a baby girl was born to the Indian chief and the white woman whom he had taken as his wife, now known in the tribe as Ocama. She was named Na-ca-too-la- Coo-we-na, which meant " sun shining on dew drops . This was shortened to Weena. As she grew into womanhood she became a very beautiful maiden and was a great joy to the old chief and his wife. THE COLLEGE A ADMINISTRATION BUILDING NOCATULA PETTY-MANKER HALL BENNETT HALL 19 4 IL- FflC Mrs. tstd estd! G, A. Vatcs Werner Wolft Dietician A. B., A. M. Liepsig Conservdtorv Petty-Manker Math. Soc. Science Music A. H. Myers Ph. B., A, M., B, D. Religion riii S. Carroll Evins B. A., M. A. Fnglish Mrs. Bessie Huntzinger Superintiendent Bennett Hdll M. R. Richmond B. A., M. S. Biology Mrs. Mdrthd Hale A. B., A. M. Art J. W. Overbey B. S. Commerce Dean M. F. Stubbs A. B., M. S., Ph. D. Chem., Physics Francis Culien Moffitt Mls. B. Piano 1 ' - ' •SN Andrew J. Peters Ph. B., A. B., A. M. Social Science rw- f r R. H. tbien Fannyc Mdcl-ey Claryse D. Myers M- . A. B. Collins Louise Tuell Eblen B. S. A. B., B. S. A. S. Ass t Supt Ritter F oll Secretary Athletics Librarian Library Ass ' t. TRUSTEES OF TFNNESEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE CLASS or 19 0 S E. Miller, Johnson City, Tenn. F. L. Bewley, Mosheim, Tenn. R. . Burkhart, Johnson City, Tenn Tom Sherman, Athens, Tenn J. A. Grigsby, White FHorn, Tenn J. E. Milburn, Bristol, Tenn W. M. Dye, Etowah, Tenn, J. Rollo A. Emert, Athens, Tenn. G. T. Francisco, Knoxville, Tenn. J. B. Cooper, M. D. Birmingham, Ala. A. B. Dennis, Asheville, N, C . P. Keathley, Baxter, Tenn. E. C. Dewey, Lafayette, Ga. G- E. Fariar, Melrose, Florida Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Alumni Association h olston Conference FHoLton Conference Hcslton Conference Alabarna Conference Blue Ridge-Atlantic Conference Central Tennessee Conference Georgia Conference St. John 5 River Conference CLASS OF 1941 Mrs. J. A. Patten, Chattanooga, Tenn. Clem J. Jones, Athens, Tenn. Mrs. W. - . C. Goode, Sidney, Ohio Frank R. Dodson, Athens, Tenn. G. F. Lockmiller, Athens, Tenn. J. A. Fowler, Knoxville, Tenn. R. R. Kramer, Maryville, Tenn. J. M. Melear, Athens, Tenn. C. E. Rogers, Johnson City, Tenn. Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Alumni Association Holston Conference hHolston Conference HoUton Conference CLASS OF 1942 T W. Appleby, Cincinnati, Ohio J. J. Graham, Knoxville, Tenn, S- C. Brovv ' n, Athens, Tenn, Miles A. Riddle, Athens, Tenn. Everett M. Ellison, M. [). Washington, D, C, W. Clay Daniels, Chattanooga, Tenn, W. D, Wilkinson, Gatlinburg, Tenn. W. L. hlumphrey, Cleveland, Tenn. Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Board of Trustees Alumni Association FHolston Conference FHolston Conference hlolston Conference EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Bishop Paul B. Kern, Nashville, Tenn. President James L. Robb, Athens, Tenn, OFFICERS OF THE BOARD J, A, Fowler, President W, L, Humphrey, Vice President J, Rollo A. Emert, Secretary J, M, Melear, Treasurer ■ ' Dece 12 WEENA CARES FOR THE WHITE SOLDIER One day a hunting party, returning to Chota, found a white soldier, wounded and almost dead, upon the ground. They stopped and spent the night bringing him back to life. When he was able to speak he told them that he was one of General Ferguson s men who had met with disaster at the Battle of King s Mountain. The hunters took him immediately to Atta-kulla-kulla, who instructed them to leave the soldier in his care. He was placed in the chieftain s wigwam and there Weena cared for his needs and brought him back to health. Gradually he regained his strength and began to take part m the games and exer- cises of the young men, as well as the hunting and fishing expeditions. THE CLASSES A 19 4 7Lc SEN FRANCES BUTTRAM Athens, Tenn. Bdsketball- ' 39, ' 40 (Cdptdin- ' 40), Sisma Iota Chi- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres.- ' 40), Y M.-Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Student Counc l- ' 40, Athlet c Council- ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- Pres. ' 40, Nocdtula Staff- ' 39. JOSEPH SIMPSON Niota, Tenn. Int. Relaton5- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres.- ' 39), Football- ' 39, ' 40, " W Club- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres, - ' 40), Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40. NELSON B. SIMPSON Athens, Tenn. Footb3ll- ' 39, ' 40, ■ ' W Club- ' 40, Phi Pi Delta- ' 39, ' 40. FRANCES SCOTT Athens, Tenn. Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 40 (Sec), Y M.- Y. W.- ' 39. CARL RHEA ATHEARN Oakddle, Tenn. Hit Fratern,ty- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, Y. M.- Y. W. C. A, - ' 39, ' 40, L.terary Society- ' 40. POBERiA SUSONG Mornstown, Tenn. Chorus- ' 39, Delta Psi Omegd- ' 40 (V. Pres.), Tewesco Players- ' 40 (V. Pres.) Drum Mdjor- ' 40, Y. M.-Y, W.- ' 39, Queen Esther- ' 39, Lt. Society- ' 39. MARTHA CAVALERI Jelhco, Tenn. Alpha Ganimd- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres.- ' 40), Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres. - ' 40), Y. M .-Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres. - ' 40), V. Pres. of Senior Class, Nocatuld Stdff, Lit. Soclety- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, Phi Theta Kappa- ' 39, ' 40, Religious Council- ' 40, Chorus- ' 39. R. B. BUNCH, JR. Athens, Tenn. Int. Reldtions- ' 40, Phi Rho Pi- ' 40, Y. M.-Y W,- ' 39, ' 40, Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec.- ' 40). GAY HARRIS Athens, Tenn. Y. M.-Y. W. C A. - ' 39, ' 40, Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40, Lilerdry Society- ' 40. GAYNELLE SMITHSON Greenv He, Tenn. Chorus- ' 39, Tewesco Pldyers- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M.-Y.W.- ' 39, ' 40, Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Sigmd lotd Chi- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Reldtions- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 39. 14 NOCATULA ORS WALTER G. ADAMS Mountain City, Tenn. Phi Pi Deltd- ' 40, Bdnd- ' 39, Int- Reldtions- ' 40. FRANSOLA HAUN Morristown, Tenn. Sigma Tau Sigmd- ' SP, ' 40 (Pres.- ' 40), B Queen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, y. W.- ' 39, ' 40. isketbdll- ' 40, •40, y. M.- MAR HA SUE AILEy Dandridge, Tenn. y. M.-y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, Band- ' 39. ' 40, Pi Nu Ldmbdd- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec.- ' 40). JACK A BELL Ather ' , Tenn. Student President- ' 40, Phi Pi Deltd- ' 39, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, Deltd Psi Omegd- ' 39, ' 40 (Pre5.- ' 40) Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40. MARISE WANKAN Athens, Tenn. Music Club- ' 39, ' 40, Sigmd lotd Chi- ' 39, ' 40, Literdry Society- ' 40. FRED LEWIS Athens, Tenn. Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Reldtions- ' 39, ' 40. JAMES BURN Niotd, Tenn. Etd lotd Tdu- ' 39, ' 40, Phi Thetd Kdppa- ' 39, ' 40, Off- Campu5- ' 39, ' 40 (Pre5.- ' 40), Phi Rho Pi- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Reldtions- ' 40, Literary Soc.- ' 40, Y. M.-Y. W. C. A.- ' 39. MARGARET ANN CALDWELL Andrev s, N. Carolina Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, y. M.-y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Sigma Tau Sigmd- ' 40, Tewesco Pldyers- ' 40, Glee Club- ' 39, Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Cheerledder- ' 39, ' 40, May Queen- " 40, Nocatula Stdff- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40. DIXIE IRENE DUNCAN Briceville, Tenn. y. M.-y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Christian Serivce- ' 39, ' 40, Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Reldtions- ' 39, Chorus- ' 39, Band- ' 39, Art- ' 39, ' 40, Home Ec.- ' 40. WILLIAM TAYLOR SCOTT Lancing, Tenn. Eta lotd Tdu- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres,- ' 40), Sec. Senior CIdss, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Chorus- ' 39, ' 40. 15 19 40 IL. SE Bdsketbal JAMES McCALL RAY Shell Creek, Tenn. ■39, " W Club- ' 40, Phi Pi Deltd- ' 39, ' 40 JEWEL SHELL Athens, Tenn. Student Counc ' l- ' 39, Chorus- ' 39, Int. Relation5- ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Literary Society ' 40, Cheer Ledder- ' 40. MARY LOU YATES Athens, Tenn. y y. M. Y W- ' 39, ' 40, Home Ec- ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40), Literary Soc;ety- ' 39, ' 40, Sismd Tau Sisma- ' 39, ' 40 (Treas.- ' 40), Chorus- ' 39. NEWELL S. IRWIN JR. Seymour, Tenn. Phi Pi Delta- ' 39, ' 40, Footbdll- ' 39, 40, " W " Club- ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Soft Ball- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Pldyers- ' 39, Art- ' 40. IRENE HALL Loudon, Tenn. y, M,-Y W.- ' 39, ' 40, Christian Service- ' 39, ' 40, Lit, Society- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40), Queen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Phi Thetd KdFpa- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40), Sisma Tdu Sismd- ■39, ' 40, CKorus- ' 39, ' 40, (V. Pres,- ' 40), Music ' 39. BRISCOE STALEY Niota, Tenn. Phi Pi Delta- ' 39, ' 40, Band- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40. R. OWEN SNODDERLY Fountain City, Tenn. Eta lota Tau- ' 40, Phi Rho Pi- ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 40, Christian Service- ' 40, Y. M.-Y. W.- ' 40, RACHEL ANN STEPHENS Tellico PIdins, Tenn. Sioma lota Chi- ' 40, Y. M.-Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Chorus- ' 39, Art- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40. KATHLEEN McKENZIE Decatur, Tenn. Music- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Chorus- ' 39, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 40, Y. M.-Y, W.- ' 39, ' 40, Philalethidn- ' 40. Phi Pi Deltd- ' 40, Basketbdll- ' 39, Int. BILL GRIFFITH Wdrtrdce, Tenn, " W " Club- ' 40, Footbdll- ' 39, ' 40, Reldtions- ' 39, ' 40, Softball- ' 39, ' 40, 16 NOCATULA ORS w. 1 ANNA JOYCE WALTON Rugby, Tenn. Home Ec.- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Chours- ' 39, ' 40, Sigma Iota Chi- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec. - ' 40). PAUL SMITH Chattanooga, Tenn. Nocatula Staff- ' 40, Student Council- ' 39, ReL Council- ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Christian Ser.- ' 39, 40 (Pres. - ' 40), Lit. Society- ' 39, 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Phi Theta Kappa- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres.- ' 40 ), Fta lota Tau- ' 39, ' 40, Petty Manker Council- ' 40, Softball- ' 39. RUDOLPH A. HOPPE Svveetwater, Tenn. Nocatula StalT- ' 39, ' 40 (Editor in chief- 40), Phi Theta Kappa- ' 39, ' 40, Phi Rho Pi- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec.- ' 40), Phi Pi Delta- ' 40, Sec. Student Council- ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec.- ' 40), Off Catiipus- ' 39, ' 40 Lit. Soc:ety- ' 40. LISSIE MAE OUiNN Copperhill, Tenn. Chorus- ' 39, ' 40, Pi Nu Lambda- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres.- ' 40 Lit. Society- ' 39, Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 40. 4i ROBERT MARION ROBERTSON Pigeon Forge, Tenn. " W " Club- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40. GLADYS ANDES Oakdale, Tenn. Chorus- ' 39, ' 40, Christian Service- ' 39, ' 40 (Pianist), Y. M. y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Alpha Gamma- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec,- ' 40), Phi Theta Kdppa- ' 39, ' 40, (Sec.- ' 40) Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Music- ' 39, ' 40, (Pres.- ' 40), Lit. Society- ' 40. MARY EVELYN STINNEHE Knoxville, Tenn. Chorus- ' 39, Pi Nu Lambda- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40) Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec.- ' 40), Art- ' 40 (Sec), Int. Relations- ' 39, Phi Theta Kappa- ' 39, ' 40. KENNETH ELLIOT Athens, Tenn. Phi Pi Delta- ' 39, ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Literary Society- ' 40, Int. Relation5- ' 39, ' 40. JAMES FROST Etowah, Tenn. Phi Rho Pi- ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Societ - ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 40. DOROTHY THOMPSON Athens, Tenn. Off Cdmpu3- ' 39, ' 40, Sigma Iota Chi- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 40. 17 19 4 7 .- SEN ELIZABETH PERKINSON Athens, Tenn. Sigma Tau Sigma- ' 39, ' 40, OFf Campus- ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 40, Lit, Society- ' 39, ' 40, Music- ' 39. JOHN CALHOUN Athens, Tenn. Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Literary Scc ' ety- ' 40, LOUIS HUDSON Ftowah, Tenn. Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Phi Pi Delt3- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M.- y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Bdnd- ' 39. WILMA TAYLOR Crossville, Tenn. Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Lit Society- ' 39, ' 40, Oueen Esther- " 39, ' 40, Chorus- ' 39, Phi Theta Kappa- ' 40, Philalethians- ' 40. NEWELL MORRIS Athens, Tenn. Off Campus- ' 39, 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, International Relations- ' 39, ' 40. EVELYN CRAIG Tellico Plains, Tenn. Int. Relations- ' 39, Queen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Pi Nu Lambda- ' 40, Literary Society- ' 39, ' 40, Choius- ' 39, Y. M, Y, W.- ' 39, ' 40. HELEN ELIZABETH NIECE Chattanooga, Tenn, Phi Thetd Kappa- ' 39, Pi Nu Lambda- ' 39, ' 40, Literary Society- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, Student Counc.l- ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39. FRED E. JENKINS Knoxville, Tenn, Pres. Senior Class, Twesco Ployers- ' 39 (Pres.- ' 40), Lit. Society- ' 39 (Pres.- ' 40), Chorus- ' 39, (Pres.- ' 40), Y. M.- y. W.- ' 39 V. Pre5.- ' 40), Eta lota Tau- ' 39, (V. Pres.- ' 40), Student Council- ' 39, 40 ' , Music- ' 39, IntI Relations- ' 40, Christian Service- ' 39, ' 40, Rel. Council- ' 40, Cheerleader- ' 40, Delta Psi Ome3a- ' 40. LAWRENCE FOX Cleveland, Tenn. Lit. Society- ' 40, Y. M. Y. W. C A, - ' 39, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40. ELIZABETH ALLEN Etowah, Tenn. Sigma lota Chi- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, 40, Art- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40 18 NOCATULA ORS RAYMOND SHOEMAKER Athens, Tenn. Lit. Society- ' 40, Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. ReUtions-- ' 39, ■40. ELIZABETH GUESS Chattanooga, Tenn. Christian Service- ' 39, ' 40, (V. Pres.- ' 40 " ), Queen Esther- ■39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 40, Chorus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Mus.c- ' 39, Philalethians- ' 40, Rel, Council Sec. - ' 40. EDNA EARLE COZART Etowah, Tenn. Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M.- y. W,- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 39, ' 40. CHARLES HOLDWAY Newport, Tenn. Int. Reldtions- ' 39, Literary Society- ' 40. LUCILLE BEATY Grimsley, Tenn. Philalethian Society- ' 40, Oueen Esthei- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M.- Y. W,- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Societv- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 40, Int. Relaticns- ' 39. BILL DEW Russeilville, Tenn. Lit. Society- ' 40, Y, M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Christian Service- ■40, Int Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Student Council- ' 40, Tennis- ■39, ' 40, (Sec. - ' 40 " ., Chorus- ' 39, ' 40, Petty Manker Council- ' 40. RICE THOMAS Athens, Tenn. Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40. HELEN PERKINSON Riceville, Tenn. (A Junior ' ; MYRA X . WILSON Portsmouth, Ohio Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Home Ec.- ' 40, Sigma lota Chi- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 40, Int. Relations- ■39, ' 40, Chorus- ' 39. KENNETH JACKSON Etowah, Tenn. Phi Pi Delta- ' 39, ' 40, Delta Psi Omesa- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Off Campus- 39, ' 40. 19 1 9 4 C iLc SE CLIFFORD M. INGRAM Athens Tenn. y. M. y. W.- ' 39, ' 40 (Pre5.- ' 40), Phi Rho Pi- ' 39, ' 40, (Pres.- ' 40), Student Council- ' 40, Relisious Council- ' 40, Etd Iota Tdu- ' 39, ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40. GRACIA B. MONTEITH Sweetwater, Tenn. Home Ec.- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40), Basl etbdll. ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Christian Service- ' 40, Phildlethians- ' 40, Glee Club- ' 39, y. M, y W.. ' 39, ' 40. MARIE GREGG Friendsville, Tenn. Alpha Gammd- ' 39, ' 40, Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Basket- ball- ' 39, ' 40, Nocdtuld Staff- ' 40. L. O. BACON Kingston, Tenn. Eta lotd Tau- ' 39, ' 40, Chnstidn Service- ' 39, ' 40, Literdry Society- ' 39, ' 40, y. M. y. .W.- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 40 rSec.) RUTH CAMPBELL Kncxv.lle, Tenn. Chorus- ' 39, Pi Nu Lambda- ' 39, ' 40, Lit, Society- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec. - ' 40), Oueen Esteer- ' 39, ' 40 (Treds,- ' 40 , Tewes o Pldyers- ' 40, Phi Theta Kappd- ' 39, ' 40, vT ' €a5.- ' 40), y. M, y. W,- ' 39, ' 40, Nocatula Staff. ' 40. W. H. PROFFITT Cosby, Tenn. Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, y. M. y. W- ' 39, ' AO. lySTON G. JACO, JR. Athens, lenn. Phi Rho Pi- ' 39, ' 40, P ' ni P- Delta- ' 39, ' 40 (Pres.- ' 40), Lit, Society- ' 40, Phi Theta Kdppd- ' 39, ' 40, y. M. y. W.- ' 40, Sports Editor Nocatula- ' 39, ' 40, Student Council- ' 40, Off Cdinpus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relotions- ' 40. ORA BESS HUNTER Decdtur, Tenn. Music- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40 Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Reldtions- ' 39, y. M. y. W,- ' 39, ' 40, Chorus- ' 39, Tewesco Pl6yers- ' 39, ' 40, Basl etbdll- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 39, ' 40, Philalethian- ' 40. MAXINE LEDFORD Copperhill, Tenn. Pi N. Lambd- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec. - ' 40), Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, Art- ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39. OSCAR JOHNSON Jacksonville, Fla. Lit. See. - ' 39, ' 40, Eta lota Tau- ' 39, ' 40, Delta Psi Omega- ' 39, ' 40, Etd lotd Tau- ' 39, ' 40, Delta Psi Omegd- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40), y. M. y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Phi Rho Pi- ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Rel.- ' 40, Religious Coun- cil- ' 40. 20 NOCATULA lORS GEORGIA KEARNEY Lafayette, Tenn. Alpha Gamnna- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M.- y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relat;ons- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, Chorus- ' 39, Bdnd- ' 39, Home Ec.- ' 39, ' 40. VINCENT PATTON Athens, Tenn. Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 40. Int. Reldtions- ' 39, Society- ' 40. TOM TAYLOR Dayton, Tenn. 40, y. M. y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Literary ITA MARIE BALL Cleveland, Tenn. Chorus- ' 40, Pi Nu Ldmbda- ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, Y. M.- y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Oueen Fsther- ' 39, ' 40. Int. Relation5- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 40. C . ife V IRENE ELROD MeadowvieNA ' , Virginia Cho u5- ' 39, ' 40, Christian Service- ' 39, ' 40 (Reporter- ' 40), y. M. y. W.- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec.- ' 40), Queen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, Art- ' 39, Alpha Gamnia- ' 39, ' 40, (V, Pres.- ' 40), Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40 (Sec. - ' 391 MAUDE ELLA PEERMAN Newport, lenn. Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Pi Nu Lambda- ' 39, ' 40, Queen E5ther- ' 39, ' 40, Home Ec,- ' 40, Y. M, Y. W,- ' 39, ' 40. BERTHA CHASTAIN La wrenceville, Ga. Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M, Y. NX . - ' 39, ' 40, Christ.an Serv ce- ' 39, ' 40, Delta Psi Omega- ' 40, Literary Sociely- ' 39, ' 40, Glee Club- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, Band- ' 40, Int. Reldtions- ' 40. DURNX ' ARD E. HAMBY Athens, Tenn. Phi Pi Deltd- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Off Campus- ' 39, ' 40. LOUISE FRITTS Harriman, Tenn. Lit. Society- ' 40 (Sec), Christian Service- ' 39 (V. Pres.), ' 40 (Sec), Band- ' 39, ' 40, Chorus- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M. Y, W.- ' 39, ' 40, Oueen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Tewesco Players- ' 39, ' 40, S ' gma Tau Sigma- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres. - ' 40), Int. Rel- ations- ' 39, ' 40 (V. Pres.- ' 40; Music- ' 39. LOUISE FREELS Harriman, Tenn. Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Basketball- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 40, Bdnd- ' 39. NmB ' 21 11. c SENIORS IDA MAE KILDGORE South Pittsburgh, Tenn. V. Pres. Student Body- ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 39, ' 40, Pi Nu Ldnnbdd- ' 39, ' 40, Bdnd- ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Student Council- ' 40, Queen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Nocatula Stdff- ' 40. MARY LUCILLE PATTON Athens, Tenn. Y. M. Y. X .- ' 39, ' 40, Off Cdmpus- ' 39, ' 40, Literary Society- ' 39, ' 40. ELIZABETH ROSE FERGUSON Kingston, Tenn. Phildlethians- ' 40, Home Ec.- ' 40, Queen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 39, ' 40, Lit. Society- ' 39, ' 40, Art- ' 40, Christian Service- ' 40. LOVE GRAY Newport, Tenn. Int. Relations- ' 40, Art- " 40, Y. M. Y. W.- ' 40. CORRINE HOLLAND Newport, Tenn. Literary Society- ' 40. JEAN NIPPER Erie, Tenn. V. Pres. Philalethians- ' 40, Queen Esther- ' 39, ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 39, ' 40, Y. M. Y, W,- ' 39, Lit. Society- ' 39, Chorus- ' 39. JANE HUGHES Englewood, Tenn. Home Ec. Club- ' 40, Int. Relations- ' 40, Sigma lota Chi- ' 40, Basketbdll- ' 40, Debdte- ' 39. CLASS OFFICERS Senior Junior President ...Fred Jenkins President Frank Dodson V. President Martha Cavalert V. President..... Ruth Crowder 22 Ruth Sewell Klamath Falls. Oregon Richard LaFrance Ithaca. New York Claudia Harrison Greeneville. Tennessee Charles Hardy I ' eaklan.l, Tennps.see Beulah Branam r-evierville. Tennessee Harry Pierce Pt Pleasant. New .Jersey Marjorie Ault Pikeville, Tennessee Robert Freels Oliver .Springs. Tenne.ssee Claudia Cox James McKenzie Deratur. Tennessee Norma Stonecipher Cakdale. Tennessee Onolee Fillmore Harrinian. Tennessee James Wilson N. Tarrytown. New York Lawrence Amburgy Athens. Tennssee Maxine Renner Greeneville. Tennessee Jack Ferguson Tellieo Plains. Tennessee Lois Akers Erivin. Tennessee Bill Headrick Oakdale. Tennessee Peggy Lohr Popperhill. Tennessee Childrey Austin Bla;ksbure. ' ir£!inia Virginia Thomas W. A. Freels Harrinian. Tennessee Bernalyn Kelly Athens. Tennessee William Selden Athens. Tennessee Ruth Crowder I.oudon. Tennessee Thomas Hopkins Shelbyville. Tennessee Virginia Quinn f.ipperhill. Tennessee Jerry Ayers Haley. Tennessee Mary Deaderick Oliver .Springs. Tennessee Lee Dickey .Sweetwater. Tenne-ssee Virginia Swanson Andrews. North Carolina Albert Maltby Hastin-s. Florida Ruth Hines I-enoir City, Tennessee Felix Harrod Athens, Tennessee Panthea Prince Benton, Tennessee 7 . JUNIORS 23 iLc JUNIORS Marjorie Taylor Ensleu-oo;!. Tennessee Frank Dodson Atlun . Tennessee Muriel Wilson Portsmouth, Ohio Henry Scruggs Clinton, Tennessee Helen Slaten Oneida, Tennessee Vernon Moore Knoxville. Tennessee Audrey Jacks Hiinville, Tennessee Billy Richardson .Tonesboro, Arkansas Arlene Jones Athens. Tennessee Charles Forrester Knoxville, Tennessee Glenice Seale Speeilwell, Tennessee John Shipley Atlien,-. ' i ennessee Mildred Crum (iiceneville, Tenne.«see Paul Nave . lnunt;tin C ' it -. Tennessee Aulena Lindsay fnsby, Tennessee Leonard Lomell Pt Pleasant. Xeiv .Jersey Ruth Woodward AhinKilon, Virsinia Maynard Ellis Athens. Tennessee Mary Faye Kennedy Xiota. Tennessee Verbon Murphree Maxine Rollins Hartlonl. Tennessee Horace Knox Xiota, Tennessee Katherine Haren Kpworth, Georgia Matney Reed Ktowah, Tennessee Ortense Wilson Cosb -. Tennessee Jack Ruggles Etowah. ' 1 ennessee Clureta Ray Jaeksl.oro, Tennessee J. P. Kennedy Sweet wat Ten Lucille Richardson Jaeksboio, Tennessee Richard Cooke Athens. ' Tennessee Ernestine Grant Rockwood. Tennessee James Hooper Tellieo Plains. Tennessee Edith Smith Kiniiston, Tennessee (Senior) David Nugent Hickman, Kentueky (Senior) Martha Sue Dean Folkst.ni, Georgia Allie Marie Jenkins lli ' -cvillp, Tennessee Mary Ruth Cochran Chrittaniinj:;!. Tennessee Mavis Skeens Glenniary, Tennessee Rachel Crowder Louf ' .on, Tennessee Ehzabeth hiamblin Greeneville. Tennessee Karl Saulpaw C ' altiniin. Tennessee Jane Hollingsworth Clinton. Tennessee William Cantwell Mdrristnivn. Tennessee Francella Redwine Chattanoo;:a. Tennessee Costo Ridenour -N ' eweoinb, Tennessee Orinda Wood Sweetwater. Tennessee Lonnie May IliwasM-e Dam. North Carolina Ruth Norton New[inrt. Tennessee hidrold Wilson Tennga. Georgia Mary Moore Chattanooga. Tennessee Maurice Steppe M;n ville. Tennessee Mary Hill Abel Giilfport. Mississippi Charles Gibbs Fountain City. Tennessee Jean Douglass Alliens. Tennessee Clarence Breese ( ' arbunflale. Pennsylvania Frances Crabtree Ten Mile. Tennessee Neal Jiles Ten Mile. Tennessee Janis hiixson Dunlap. Tennessee Bryce Brooks Greeneville. Tennessee Marzettd Hite .Joneshoro, Tennessee Eula Moser ' ..n..ie. Tenntf e Christine Langley Laneing. Tennessee Joe McCdmpbell Knox ' ille. Tennessee Ozelle Shoemaker Atliens. Tennessee Elizabeth Davis Liberty. Tennessee Mary Witt Mnnistown. Tennessee Martha Lankford Athens. Tennessee Janet Marson Ft Lauderdale. Florida Carolyn Bishop Morristown. Tennessee Doris Tallent Cijpperhill, Tennessee JL. JUNIORS 25 s N A P s H O T S A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE In the near future students of Tennessee Wes- leyan v ill enjoy tfie privilege of a modern collese library because of tfie generosity and kindness of Mrs. Henry M. Pfeiffer. It is to be called the Mer- ner-Pfeiffer Library and is being made possible by Mrs. Pfeiffer s donation of one hundred thousand dollars, seventy five thousand of which ill go into the erection of the library. In order to receive the gift her money is being matched by an e qual amount from other friends of the college. We are glad to announce that this goal is now within sight. The architect s sketch below was made some time ago by Mr. O. C. Poundstone from Atlanta, Ga., and includes the features desired in the building. It will truly be a great asset to the college and will permit the use of the present library as much-needed laboratories and class looms. Mr. and Mrs. hHenry Pfeiffer 28 CONNESTOGA IS STABBED FROM BEHIND By the time the youns man was able to sit up he and Weena were deeply in love. e became a favorite amon3 the tribe and soon Atta-kulla-kulla consented to the marriage of Weena and the young man, whom the tribe took in and named Con-e- sto-ga, " the Oak. " All was well until one day on a hunting trip. Connestoga and a companion were stationed at a pass early in the morning to stop the deer which the others were driving their way. Suddenly while the young man was in a crouching position an Indian warrior sprang out from behind a tree and plunged a knife down into Connestoga ' s neck. It was a jealous rival who had wanted Weena for himself. ORGANIZATIONS 19 40 STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the governing body of the student organization. It also serves as representa- tives of the student body febore the faculty. Officers: President - - Jack Bell V. President Ida Mae Kildgore Secretary - .- Rudolph hHoppe Ida Mae Kildgore served as president and Clifford Ingram as vice president during the last quarter. Seated: Franl Dodson, Pres. Jr. Class; Ida Mae Kildgore, Student Vice-President; Jack Bell, Student President; Norma Stonecipher, junior class representative, Francis Buttram, senior class representative. Standing: Clifford Ingram, President Y. M Y. W. C. A.; Horace Knox, junior class representative; Fred Jenkins, President Senior Class; Rudolph FHoppe, Editor NOCATULA; and C. M. Boyer, senior class representative. 30 NOCATULA P,o(, A. H. Myers, Cl.r Miss Ethyl Pryor. am, Prol. A- J- Peters, Elizabeth Guess, Paul Smith. Oscar Johnson, The religious Council is composed of the student presidents of the three rehgious organizations on the campus, the two vice-presidents of the Y. M.- y. W. C. A. and the faculty sponsors of these organizations. It is responsible for planning reli- gious conferences, special services, affiliated church memberships in the local churches, and for sending delegates representing the college to Christian con- ferences elsewhere. Its members have charge of one Sunday night meeting per month in the Trinity Methodist Church, and the hnal " Candle Lighting " Service at Commencement. This organization has also brought to our campus many outstanding Christian leaders to speak and confer with the students. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 31 - • ' ' ■ s W8B««SR - " " ■• St — LITERARY SOCIETY Fred Jenkins-- Irene Hall.- . President Vice Pres. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Section Presidents — Glenn Knox, Bill Selden, Newell Irwin, and J. D. Gully. Section V. Presidents — Ben Garner, Louise Fritts, Panthea Prince, and Jack Ruggles. 32 NOCATULA QUEEN ESTHER CIRCLE Marthd Cavaleri _ --.President Elisabeth Guess -....V. Pres. y M-y. w c A Clifford Insram - — President Fred Jenkins-. V. Pres. Irene h all V. Pres. 33 CHORUS Fred Jenkins President Irene HalL-- V. Pres CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB Paul Smith - .....President Elizabeth Guess. ....V, Pres. TEWESCO PLAYERS Fred Jenkins . President Roberta Susong.. V. Pres. 34 NOC ATULA PHI RHO PI CliFford Insram — _._ President m m i i Ik 1 i j II HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Jewell Rice .- President Grace Monteith - V. Pres. PHILA LETHIANS Mary Ruth Cochran -..President Jean Nipper V, Pres. 35 1 9.4.0 OFF CAMPUS CLUB President--- James Burn, Helen Perkinson V- Pres ----R. B. Bunch, Mary Lou Yates MUSiC CLUB Gladys Andes- President Bess Hunter V. Pres. 36 NOC ATU LA Paul Smith Fvelyn StinneHe C. O. Douglass Irene Hall Rudolph Hoppe Ida Mae Kildgore Lyston Jaco Gladys Andes James Burn Martha Ca dleri PHI THETA KAPPA The Beta Chi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Fraternity for Junior Colleges was organizeci in 1931. Its purpose is to encourage the highest possible scholastic attainments among college men and women, and to promote a fellowship among such junior college students throughout the United States. Officers: President — Paul Smith V, President-- - Irene Hall Secretary--- - - Gladys Andes Sponsor- - - .C- O. Douglass New members of Phi Theta Kappa dre: Orinda Wood; Wilma Taylor, Ruth Hines, Francella Redwine, Muriel Wilson, Ernestine Grant, Mary Witt, Bill Selden, Roy Godsey, and Leo Howell. 37 194 Anna Joyce Walton Marise Wankan Elizabeth Allen Jane Hughes Myra Wilson Gaynelle Smithson Orinda Wood Frances Buttram Dorothy Thompson Mrs, Melear Rachel Stephens SIGMA IOTA CHI The Beta Iota Chapter, established at Tennessee Wesleyan in 1932, is one of twenty-one chapters of Sisma Iota Chi active throughout the United States. The original chapter saw its inception at St. James Xavier Academy in 1903. Officers: President - - - Frances Buttram V. President - - Marise Wankan Secretary Anna Joyce Walton Treasurer - - Dorothy Thompson Parchment Editor Gaynelle Smithson Sponsor -..- Mrs. J. M. Melear 38 NOCATULA Evelyn Stinnette Mdxine Ledford Miss Deldney Martha Sue Dean Ruth Campbell Evelyn Craig Lissie Mae Quinn Beulah Branam , 1 Mary Hill Abel Helen Niece Ida Mae Kildgore Ita Ball PI NU LAMBDA In 1927 a group of girls met and formed a society known as the I. T Club, and tfie next year re-organized under the name of the W. W. Club. In 1929 they took their present name of Pi Nu Lambda, and taking as their motto. Pluck, not Luck , they have ever since carried It out to the letter. Officers; President Lissie Mae Quinn V. President.- Mary Evelyn Stinnette Sec. and Treas Maxine Ledford Sponsor -. Miss Delaney . 39 1940 Red Irwin Lyston Jaco Buster Adams Kenneth Jackson Cedric Ray Felix Harrod Frank Dodson Lee Dickey Rudolph Hoppe Kenneth Flliott P f I 1 .U» 4 ii i1 vL tii AMi i k Louis FHudson Briscoe Staley Laurence Amburgey Jeriy Ayers Richard Cooke Harry Pierce Not Pictured Bill Griffith, Carl Saulpaw PHI PI DELTA During the closing days of the school year of 1930 several members of the graduating class convened. The outcome was the drawing up of a constitution for a fraternity to be known as the Phi Pi Delta. From its very beginning interest has never waned and today it ranks as one of the first fraternal organizations on the campus. Officers: President .— ..Lyston Jaco V. President .Newell Irwin Secretary-Treas.--- James Ray Sponsor - - - R. H. Eblen 40 NOCATULA Martha Cavaleri Mrs. M. F. Stubbs Janet Marson Mary Deaderick Mary Fay Kennedy Gladys Andes Irene EIrod Georgia Kearney ALPHA GAMMA In 1929 there was organized a society at Ritter Hall that was later named Alpha Gamma. Today this society is a sorority recognized for its high standards in that those selected must be representative in all aspects and phases of college life. Officers: President -Martha Cavaleri V. President -Irene EIrod Sec. and Treas — — Gladys Andes Sponsor --- -.- - - --Mrs. M, F. Stubbs 41 19 4 Owen Snodderly Bill Headrick Paul Smith L. O. Bacon James Burn Clifford Ingram Oscar Jofinson Fred Jenkins L h A i . .. James Wilson G. A. Yates ill I Scott ETA IOTA TAU The Eta lota Tau fraternity, better known on the campus as the " Hits " , endeavors to pro- mote worthwhile social activities. Their members are selected on the basis of scholarship, personality and character. Officers; President Bill Scott V. President Fred Jenkins Sec. and Treas... Oscar Johnson Sponsor G. A. Yates 42 NOCATULA Jack Bell Miss Delaney Fred Jenkins Roberta Susong OscdfiJohnson Bertha Chastain DELTA PSI OMEGA The newest fraternity on the campus is Delta Psi Omega, a national honorary dramatic fraternity. To become ehgible for membership one must be outstanding in dramatics and must have performed in several outstanding productions. Officers: President Jack Bell V. Pres - — -. Oscar Johnson 43 Helen Slaten Fransold Haun Louise Fritts Irene Hall 4 Elizabeth Perkinson Mary Witt Norma Stonecipher Mary Lou Yates Edith Smith Virsinid Quinn Lois Akers Francella Redwine SIGMA TAU SIGMA For years the Sigma Tau Sisma Sorority has held an outstanding place in campus activities. This year they are one of the largest sororities on the campus. Their standards are high and their influence wide. Officers: President Fransola hiaun V. President Louise Fritts Sec. and Treas Mary Lou Yates Sponsor.-.- - — Mrs. Overbv 44 UNITED !N DEATH The dying Connestoga called for Weena who was soon at his side. Uttering the words " Weena — my — love — how — can — I — leave — you, — God — help , he closed his eyes. In despair Weena, draw- ing the knife from his neck said, " I cannot, I will not live without him " , and plunged the weapon into her heart, hier body fell across his and in a convulsive throb their spirits departed. The old chief was grieved beyond words. But before the earth covering was applied, he placed in Connestoga ' s hand an acorn and in Weena ' s a hackberry — following an ancient tribal custom, whose full significance symbolizes to us the undying love and devotion which characterized their lives. The two trees are to be found today just north of Ritter on the college campus. ATHLETICS I 19 4 Captain Newell " Red " ' Irwin Coach Hooper Eblen Captain-elect Dick LaFrance FOOTBALL For the eighth consecutive year the Tennessee Wesleyan Bulldogs remain supreme in Southeastern Junior College football. This marked Coach hHooper Eblen s first year at the helm of the Bulldog machine, and he came through superbly, with his squad compiling a record of 7 victories and 2 losses against high class opposition. Georgia Military College and the University of Tennessee Freshmen were the only victors over Wesleyan while the Bulldogs gained decisions over Snead, Hiwassee, Maryville, Bluefield, Tennessee Junior, South Georgia, and Middle Georgia. Especially sweet were the triumphs over FHiwassee and Maryville, both old Wesleyan rivals. The leadership of Captain " Red " Irwin is to be applauded; he was a true leader. The atti- tude of the squad throughout the year is especially orthy of commendation, few unsports- manlike actions being observed. The same type of work is expected next year under the leadership of Captain-elect Dick LaFrance. It may be put on record that the 1939 Tennessee Wesleyan football season was a success in every way. 46 NOCATULA ■ ;fi " |f-:-r %p; ' fr ' Front row: Lens, Mcl dmpbell, Udrner, N. Simpson, Dodson, Gulley, J. bimpson, 1:11, ott, Harrod, Irwin, LdFrance, H. Jones, M. Knox. becond row: Amburgey, Barker, Meredith, Robertson, Swdnn, Clevenger, May, J, Jones, Barber, Griffith, Block, Richdrd- son. Pack, White. fhiid row: Whdiey, Reed, Ferguson, Lomell, J. Long, Pierce, Ayers, Forester, Sdulpaw, Moore. Fourth row: Foree, Waller, Tdllent, Kennedy, Stair, Barger, Headrick, Bainbridge, Kirksey. 1939 RECORD Wesleyan Opponents 6 ...Snead 20 .... 7 -. ...Georgie Military -13 26 Maryville- 14 19-- Bluefield- 13 33 -- U. T. Junior- - - 12 U. T. Frosh-.- 38 18 South Georgia--- -.. 25... .- -Middle Georgia - 47 tamn " Mutt " Knox ' Abe ' Swann ' Feets " Jones ill Griffith Tennessee Wesleyan Football Squad 1939-40 Name Lonnie May Kenneth Barker Horace Knox Nelson Simpson .. lom Amburgty--- ..- William Clevenger- J. P. Kennedy Position Weight Na Position -Back- 160 ..Back- -150 .-Center...- -.-175 Guard 160 ...Back 168 .. Back 183 .-.Back..-- 170 Frank Barber Back .155 Bill Richardson Back..... -.-165 Bill Griffith - Back .....175 Ralph White End .-180 J. D. Pack -...Guard -..170 JohnGulley -.Tackle 190 Jason Jones. ...Back 1 55 John Stair-.- ......Back. 160 Marion Robinson Back — 185 Tom Bainbridge Back 180 " Tony " Kirksey .....Back 180 Ottis Meredith End 180 Kenneth Elliott Guard 190 Richard LaFrance... End 195 Buddy Maltby hdobert Jones--- Tackle. - Newell Irwin End - ... Felix FHarrod-- Tackle.- Milburn Long--- --..Tackle-. Ben Garner--- ---Center.. Frank Dodson- - Guard - Joe McCampbell - -Tackle.. Glenn Knox End Joe Simpson Guard.. Albert Swann. .Back Jerry Ayers. - ...End Bill FHeaderick End Clyde Waller... Tackle. Eugene Whaley. Guard.. Joe Block... - Guard.. Vernon Moore Back - . C. Scruggs.. Back Charles Forester Back Jake Reed Back..- Len Lommell - Back FHarry Pierce Back Back 145 Kenneth Barker Ben Garner Joe Simpson Kenneth Elliot Milburn Long Marion Robertson Weight 200 190 205 195 190 .......180 200 190 190 ......200 155 175 .......180 164 180 167 150 160 - 185 170 160 mmS " I " ! " " »» . Seated: Charles Pancle, ten barner, Biii HeecncK, Glenn kncx, oien Michael, Winston Kirksey, Mcnaqe ' Proudfcot. Standing: Tom Fcree, L. C. Chft, Charles Gibbs, hHenry Scruggs, Stewart John oo Coach Eblen, BASKETBALL The Tennessee Wesleyan basketball quintet won runner-up honors in the Southeastern Junior College tournament held this year in Athens under the sponsorship of the Lions Club. In the finals Middle Georgia dethroned Wesleyan as champs by defeating the Bulldogs 56-52 after a hectic battle that saw the lead interchanged a dozen times- Captain Glenn " Mutt Knox and Glen Michaels were honored with positions on the all-tournament team. Knox finished the season with a game average of better than 20 points, one of the best records ever compiled at Wesleyan. 19 4 1940 RECORD Wesleyan Opponents 47 -.Englewood 26 43 -.Lincoln Memorial 45 53-.- Hiwassee - 31 37- Enslewood 33 33 - Dixie Aces- 42 45 -..-Carson- Newman 34 54 Hiwassee- 39 40 -...Snead - 38 35 Snead 36 38- - Carson Newman - -29 35 -..Dixie Aces -.- - 36 21 Tennessee 43 58 — Young Harris 37 38 Georgia Military - 49 33... Middle Georgia 48 48- Mercer Frosh - - 40 85-- Atlanta Y.M.CA 22 39...-..- Hiwassee 30 49 Snead- - - - 39 47 Snead 36 49 Cumberland - 27 49 Hiwassee 30 61 Young Harris 26 48 Snead 28 52 Pikeville - 28 52 - Middle Georgia 56 Top to Bottom: Glenn Knox, forward; Glen Michaels, forward; Bill Headricl ' , center, Charles Pangle, guard, and Stewart Johnson, guard. NOCATULA Seated; Helen Perkinson, Virginia Quinn, Francis Buttram, Mane Gregg, Lou:se Freels, Mary Faye Kennedy. Standing: Fransola Haun, Carolyn Bishop, Grace Monteith, Ora Bess Hunter, Coach Eblen. Not pictured — Orinda Wood, Ruth Crowder BASKETBALL GIRLS Due to the fact that there was no girls league in the Southeastern Junior Association, the Wesleyanettes did not have a real chance to show their strong fighting abilities. Wood and Crowder, two sharpshooting forwards, led the offense, and accounted for many of the Wesleyan points. The defense was set around Bishop and Buttram, a couple of flashy defense players and excellent ball-handlers. Although the Wesleyan lassies did not win all their games, they did have a very successful season and are looking forward to a still better one next year. It IS hoped that a girls basketball league will be formed In the small colleges of East Ten- nessee and Southwest Virginia to provide greater Incentive for the girls. If this is ever accomplished Wesleyan v ' ill be in that league. 51 The Engravings In The SENIOR NOCATULA by Knoxville Engrdving Co. KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE Ath ens, Compliments of HAMMER SUPPLY COMPANY The hHouse of Service 3uilding Supplies and Plumbing Goods Phone 13 Tennessee ALWAYS ON TIME To dress up your printing in a smart new type face that precisely fits your line of business or the thought you wish to express. Your printing will go through The College Press with the precision of clockwork. THE COLLEGE PRESS Collegedale, Tenn. 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