Tennessee Wesleyan College - Nocatula Yearbook (Athens, TN)

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' ■ ' ■■mm. mu , ' ' V . ' r ' t : fisL kete ' i tL BOOK MALVINA STEGALL, EDITOR MAUDE ELSIE ARMSTRONG and PHYLLIS BOYD, Business Managers . ' ». ' ' fr:, : 21109 TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE • ATHENS, TENNESSEE TEN MESSEE WEbLEYAN COLLEGE ATHENS, TENNESSEE WE PUBLISHED THE BOOR The NOCATULA staff Is composed of both Juniors and Seniors. This group is responsible for the publication, in addi- tion to the annual, of a monthly paper, also called The Nocatula. The paper serves as a medium of student expres- sion and keeps each individual aware of the activities of the various religious, social, and scholastic organizations on the campus. - " 4! : i I I i V DEDICATION PROFESSOR T. W. WHITEHEAD In behalf of the student body, the Senior Class of 1946 dedicates this edition of the NOCATULA to Professor T. W. Whitehead. To him we pay this tribute for his courage to sit on the same level and at the same seminar table with students and listen to what they have to say. He has helped to make our initiation into college life and higher training something more than a thin, superficial veneer of " culture. " He has helped us to find those refining elements of education — a love of beauty, discipline of the will, the trained intellect, respect for one ' s self and others, and a cor- dial acceptance of truth. Every student who has worked with Mr. Whitehead during these two years feels that simply knowing him has been a per- sonal honor. Our strong band can ne ' er be broken Formed at T. W. C. Far surpassing wealth unspoken, Sealed by loyalty. Lift the chorus, speed it onward, Loud her praises be; hiail to thee, our Alma Mater! Hail to T. W. C! School life here at best is passing, Fast the moments flee; Let us pledge in word and deed OurloveforT. W. C. HAIL TO OUR ALMA MATER iMr - iJ J ? ' %-»• •»! i]:sa. TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE 1 ■ ' f ..ft — DR. JAMES L. ROBB GREETINGS FROM THE PRESIDENT To the Members of the Class of 1946 ' ' - ' -_- Greetings: ■ - Allow me to add my word of congratulation and felicitation upon the ac- complishment that is yours of successfully completing your course of study. Your junior college career has embraced one of the most significant periods in human history, the winding up of the World War and the opening up of a new era. We devoutly trust that it will be an era of world peace. Each of you is sure to have the opportunity to play an important part in helping to make It such. We are counting upon you. May God ' s blessings be upon you as you go forth from these halls to meet the responsibilities that lie ahead of you. Sincerely, JAMES L. ROBB President Dki. CAMPUS of O, urd Wesleyan ' s campus has for many years figured in the com- ings and goings of hundreds of students. Two years amid the surroundings and teachings of love and friendship seem all too short. One only says hello to Wesleyan and seemingly turns around and makes an exit. hlurrying from building to building, trying to beat the bells, attending chapel and Wednesday Church, finishing last-min- ute note books and book reports, cramming for examinations — all these campus routines end far too soon and become only pleasant memories. It would be an act of ingratitude not to mention also the beauty with which the campus is blessed. The colorful scenes make it appear a veritable picture. Even the dullest season of the year contributes its share, giving a touch of variety with the occasional snow and abundant rain. The rumors of new buildings, a swimming pool, better ath- letic programs, already give more zest to campus life. For the seniors going out, it is a vision of the Wesleyan of to- morrow. For the students entering, it is something to look for- ward to, a dream which they must make a reality. IV. 1 I ' f ZJke f- eace UUe lllHu5t REE P It is from scenes like these that the grandeur of Wesleyan springs. The class room is a place, not merely in which to spend a number of hours, but one where the mental development of the student is encouraged and promoted. It is there that his knowledge is further increased and enriched. Many times it may seem that lessons are laid aside, and other topics of discussion enter in. That is not always done without purpose, for the study of books is not the only thing which college has to offer. Even the toughest and strictest teacher realizes that, and often adds a touch of variety with a little practical training. Lessons may, at times, seem dull and uninteresting, but if the privilege of attending classes were taken away and other restrictions placed upon us, we would find our very souls yearning for that which we no longer possessed. The participation by students in scenes such as these give a better understanding of personal values and a higher sense of integrity. It is not from such college classrooms that those with selfish desires and ambitions come, bringing unhappiness and destruction to a people and a nation. From these classes come individuals who have faith and be- lief in their fellow man, who strive for and help to build a nation in which integrity is not a luxury. n m :4 FRIENDSHIPS re C ver la 5 t i 9 One has, after two years at Wesleyan, won many friends. All-school parties, clubs, sororities, and fraternities, as well as class rooms, have brought the students in frequent contact with one another. The close relation- ship has made them understand each other and share alike both joys and sorrows. This simple understanding will ever remain in the hearts end minds of all. It wi ll become a link in a chain of friendship which can never be broken, an invisible bond that will stir and warm the heart throughout life. " I shall not pass this way again. Therefore, any good that I may do to any hunnan creature, let me do it now. Let me not postpone or neg- lect It for I shall not pass this way again. " ' ' th: ' : ' 4 M illlliPI t WiyHllllj} AS0 RELIGIOUS Jnfl uence Religious meetings and activities play an important part in campus life at Tennessee Wesleyan. Four religious clubs are active: The Christian Service Club, the Y. M.-Y. W., The Wesleyan Youth Felowship — formerly known as the Queen Esthers — and The Life Ser vice Volunteers, a group of twenty- five students planning to enter full-time Christian service in various fields. The presidents and vice-presidents of these clubs together with two faculty members, compose the Religious Council, which serves to direct the religious program as a whole. Each year the first week in February is set aside as Re- ligious Emphasis Week, and a minister from the conference is invited to conduct on the campus a concentrated program of religious activity. The entire college program strives to make the general atmosphere as Christian as possible, and the large number of students who are each year inspired to enter and pre- pared to live fully a life of Christian service, attests to the success of this effort. ■: ' i ' -r It -c a ' ' LJ m 21109 J he y i ndpira ' p tlo n 4 MUSIC AND DRAMA Robert Haven Schauffler once said, It takes three to take music: one to create, one to perform, one to appreci- ate. And who can tell which is the most important? " From its earliest forms, music has always been the ex- pression of man ' s inner being. A love for make-believe, a desire to be amused, and a natural instinct on the part of man to express his feelings are the roots from which music has grown from its primitive stages to Its complex develop- ment of the last few centuries. Interest In the great treasures of our musical heritage is keenly alive today. Its value to the individual lies in its fulfillment of man ' s need for inspiration and beauty. To create, to perform, to appreciate — dare we say that one of these holds more value than the other? MERNER - PFEIFI-ER LiBKAKY TENf ESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE ATHENS, TENNESSEE MRS. VERGENE JONES COLLOMS Director MARGARET GAMBLE Accompanist - f- nudical EDUCATION The Physical Education program at Wesleyan has been hindered in many ways during the first and second quarters of 1945-46. First of all, equipment at times has been almost im- possible to obtain. Furthermore, school had al- ready started before the college was able to secure an Athletic Director. In spite of these and other handicaps, the school has managed to provide enough recrea- tion to take care of the needs of the majority of the students. Ping-pong has been popular all year, with both boys and girls taking a major interest in the sport. Phyllis Boyd won the girls ' ping-pong tournament and Charles Montgomery, the boys ' championship. Basket- ball was the main sport during the winter months, with the Physical Education classes as well as the varsity taking part. Football prac- tice has now started and softball is becoming Increasingly popular on the campus. Now that the college has a full-time Athletic Director and the equipment situation has be- come more promising, the school is looking for- ward to a great expansion in Physical Educa- tion classes, both in the number of students participating and the variety of the program. Volleyball, horseshoes, tennis, softball, and bad- minton are to be added to the program in order to offer every student some kind of whole- some recreation. V:- ' -: . ::.;.¥ COLLEGE FKESHMAH ENGLISH JAMES L. ROBB President MISER R. RICHMOND Dean First Row: Bru baker, Collins, Colloms, Colston, Douglass. Second Row: French, Hale, Hampton, Harrison, Hoch. Third Row: Huntzinger. A. H. Myers. C. D. Myers, Parkinson, Peck, Peters. lAJedleuan A 1 MRS. ELIZABETH A. BRUBAKER Dean of Women. Supt. Ritter Hall MRS. A. B. COLLINS Assistant Supt. Ritter Hall MRS. VERGENE COLLOMS Piano. Voice, Choir MRS. AGNES B. COLSTON Practice School C. O. DOUGLASS Registrar, Education ETHEL FRENCH Nurse. Ritter Hall MRS. MARTHA B. HALE Art LEVIS HAMPTON Public Relations. Dramatics, Chorus MRS. MAGDALENE HARRISON Dietitian, Ritter Hall VADA HOCH Secretary to President MRS. BESSIE HUNTZINGER Supt. Lawrence Hall A. H. MYERS Religion, English MRS. CLARYSE DAVIS MYERS Acting Librarian MAURICE A. PARKINSON Modern Languages MRS. MINNIE PECK Dietitian, Petty Manker ANDREW J. PETERS Social Science. Orientation ACUITY MRS. MARY N. POPE Bursar ANNA LOUISE PRESTON Home Economics FRED PUETT Speech, English MRS. M. R. RICHMOND Home Economics C 9. SMITH Director of Athletics MRS. THELMA R. STANDRIDGE Piano. Organ MARGARET L. STEWART Commerce MRS. NORA MAE TALLENT Piano PATRICIA TREBLAS Physical Education J. L. UNDERWOOD Supt. of Grounds MRS. THEMIS H. WARE Practice School THOMAS W. WHITEHEAD Chemistry. Physics MRS. HOMER N. WILLIAMS Home Economics HOMER N. WILLIAMS .... Commerce. Supt. Petty Manker JOSEPH C. WILSON. JR Mechanical Drawing G. A. YATES Mathematics. Social Science First Row: Pope, Preston, Puett, Richmond, Smith. Second Row: Standridge. Stewart, Tallent, Treblas, Underwood. Third Row: Ware, Whitehead, Mrs. H. N. Williams H. N. Williams, Wilson, Yates. E N II O NELLE ANDERSON Athens. Tenn. Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority, ' 45, ' 46; International Relations, ' 46: NOCATULA Staff, ' 46; Winner Time Award, MA. MAUDE ELSIE ARMSTRONG Chattanooga. Tenn, Secretary, Off Campus Club, 45; Sigma lota Chi Sorority. ' 45, President. ' 46; Tumbling Team, ' 45, ' 46; Physical Education As- sistant, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46: NOCATULA Business Manager, ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45. ' 46. ERMA MIRIAM BALL Kingsport, Tenn. Life Service Volunteers. ' 46; Christian Service Club. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 46; NOCATULA Staff, ' 46. MARGARET ELLEN BEATY Jamestown, Tenn Wesleyan Student Fellowship President. ' 46; Basketball. ' 45, Co-Captain. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45, ' 46; Christian Service Club ' 45, Chaplain, ' 46; Religious Council, ' 46; Band, ' 45; Chorus ' 46; NOCATULA Staff. ' 46; Secetary, Senior Class, ' 46; tendant to Harvest Queen, ' 46; Most Athletic, ' 45. DAPHNE BELLAMY Kingsport, Tenn. Basketball. ' 45. Manager. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W. ' 45. ' 46; Commercial Club. ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship. ' 45. ' 46; NOCATULA Staff. 46; International Relations Club, ' 46. MILDRED MYRTLENE BLEDSOE Chattanooga, Tenn. Christian Service Club. ' 45. ' 46; Eta Upsilon Gamma. ' 45, Chap- lain, ' 46; Art Club, ' 45. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45. ' 46; Wesleyan Fel- lowship. ' 45. ' 46; Chorus. ' 45; May Court, ' 45; Delta PsI Omega. ' 45. Vice-President, ' 46 Religious Council, ' 46; Choir, ' 46; Trio Ensemble, ' 46; College Fellowship Team, ' 46. MAC L. BOWERS, JR Newport, Tenn. President, Senior Class. ' 46; Secretary. Junior Class. ' 45; NOCA- TULA Reporter. ' 45, ' 46; Phi Theta Kappa. ' 45. Secretary, ' 46; Debate Team, ' 45; Most Popular Boy, ' 45. ELIZABETH ANN BOYD Englewood, Tenn. Home Ec. Club. ' 45. ' 46; Basketball. ' 46; Off Campus Club. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45. ' 46. PHYLLIS MARJORIE BOYD Athens, Tenn. Off Campus Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45. ' 46; Basketball. ' 46; Sigma lota Chi Sorority. ' 45. ' 46; International Relations Club. ■45; Business Manager, NOCATULA, ' 46; Student Council, ' 45. SALLY BOYLES Daiton. Georgia Art Club. ' 46; Home Ec. Club. ' 46; Transferred from Gulfport. Mississippi. MARY KATHERINE BROCK Morristown, Tenn. Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Queen Esthers, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority, ' 45, ' 46; Com- merical Club, ' 46; Art Club, ' 46; Home Ec. Club, ' 46. EVELYN MAE BROWN Knoxville. Tennessee Dean ' s Honor Roll; Secretary, Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45; House Chair- man, Lawrence Hall, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Sec- retary Trinity Church, ' 45; Worthy Directress, Sigma lota Chi ' 46. MARY LOU BROWN Calhoun, Tenn. Home Ec. Club, ' 45, President, ' 46; Basketball Team, ' 45, ' 46, MILDRED RICE BROXTON Ocoee, Tennessee Vice-President, Eta Upsilon Gamma. ' 46; Home Ec- Club, ' 45. ' 46; Chorus, ' 45. ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45; Y.M.- Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45. ' 46; Assi stant, Com- mercial Dept.. ' 45. ' 46. ANITA STEWART CLACK Dunlap. Tennessee Treasurer, Kappa Delta Phi, ' 46; Vice-President, Y.M.-Y-W., ' 46; NOCATULA Staff, ' 46; Commerical Club, ' 46; Religious Council, ' 44; Christian Service Club, ' 45. ' 46; Library Staff, ' 45, ' 46; Chorus, ' 45, ' 46. CHRISTINE COOPER Powell Station. Tenn. Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45; International Relations Club ' 45; Eta Upsilon Gamma, ' 45, ' 46, JAMES WINSTON CRAIG Copperhill. Tennessee Eta lota Tau Fraternity, ' 45, President. ' 46; Basketball, ' 45; Vice- President. Senior Class, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45. ' 46; Debate Club, ' 45. ISABELLE CROWDER Unicoi. Tenn. Eta Upsilon Gamma, ' 46; Basketball, ' 45, Captain, ' 46; NOC- ATULA Staff, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 46; Tumbling Team, ' 45, ' 46; Best Athlete, ' 46. MARTHA DEW LaFollette, Tenn. Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority. ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, President. ' 46; Y.M .-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Delta Psi Omega. ' 45, ' 46; Queen Esthers, ' 45; Thank Offering Secretary, " 46; Cheerleader, ' 45, ' 46; Vice-President Junior Class. ' 45; Commercial Club, ' 45; Art Club, President, ' 46; Religious Council. ' 45; T. W. C. Fellowship Team, ' 46. JOHN BROWNLOW ELLIOH, JR Athens, Tenn. Eta lota Tau Fraternity, ' 45, Vice-President. ' 46; Student Coun- cil, ' 46; Cheerleader. ' 46; Band, ' 45; Off Campus Club, ' 45, ' 46; Delta Psi Omega, ' 45. ' 46; Debate Club, ' 45. FRANCES FRYE FOX Blaine, Tenn. Commercial Club, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellow- ship, ' 45, ' 46; Zeta Mu Epsilon, ' 45, ' 46. MARGARET GAMBLE Etowah, Tenn. Chorus, ' 45, Accompanist, 46; Commercial Club, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, Pianist, ' 46; NOCATULA Staff, ' 46; Art Club. ' 46; Sigma lota Chi Sorority, ' 45, ' 46; T. W. C. Trio. ' 46. SENIOR WILFRED L. GUSTIN Evanston, Ind. President, Junior Class, ' 45; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, Chaplain, ' 46; Phi Theta Kappa, ' 45, President, ' 46; Secretary, Eta lota Tau, ' 46; Basketball. ' 45, ' 46; Tennis Team, ' 45; Life Service Volunteers, ' 45, ' 46. NELLA MAE HAIRRIS Etowah, Tenn. Vice-President, Zeta Mu Epsilon, ' 46; Basketball, ' 45, ' 46; Sec- retary, Commercial Club, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45; Y.M.- Y.W., ' 45. ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 46; Chorus, ' 45, ' 46: NOCATULA Staff ' 45, ' 46. MARGARET JANE HINTON Chattanooga. Tenn. Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, ' 45, Secretary. ' 46; Christian Service Club. ' 45, ' 46; NOCATULA Staff. ' 46; Chorus, ' 45. ' 46; Y.M.- Y.W., ' 45. ' 46. NELLIE MARIE HOLDER Maryvillc. Tenn. Transferred from Maryville College. Maryville, Tennessee. AGNES HOWELL Sweetwater, Tenn. Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Home Economics Club. ' 45, ' 46; Php Theta Kappa, 46; Zeta Mu Epsilon, ' 45, Secretary, ' 46. BOBBIE JEAN HUFF Scvic rville. Tenn. Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, ' 45, ' 46; Basketball, ' 45, ' 46; Com- mercial Club, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 46. KATHLEEN HUMBERD Cleveland. Tenn. Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Art Club, ' 45. ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship. ' 45. ' 46; Delta Psi Omega, ' 45, Treasurer, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 46; Eta Upsllon Gamma, ' 45, Sentinel, ' 46. JEAN E. JACKSON Rutledqe, Tenn. Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship. ' 45. ' 46; Commercial Club, ' 46; Cnristian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46. JASON JONES Oliver Springs. Tenn. G. I. Student. Army. VOREATA G. LEWIS Mountain City. Tenn. Zeta Mu Epsilon, ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45; Y.M.- Y. W., ' 45 ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 46; Ritfer Hall Council, Vice-President, ' 45; Life Service Volunteers, ' 46. CAROLYN R. LOCKNANE Washington. D. C. Phi Tiieta Kappa. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' AS, ' At; Wesleyan Fellow- ship, ' 45. Secretary. ' 46; NOCATULA. ' 46; Christian Service Club. ' 45. ' 46; Life Service Volunteers. ' 45. ' 46; International Relations Club. ' 45, ' 46; Zeta Mu Epsilon. ' 45. ' 46. MAE JO LONG Athens. Tenn Off Campus Club. ' 45. President, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45. ' 46; International Relations Club. ' 45. ' 46; Basketball ' 45, ' 46, MARJORIE FAY LOWE Athens. Tenn. Phi Thefa Kappa. ' 45. Vice-President. ' 46; Eta Upsilon Gamma. ' 45. Treasurer. ' 46; Y.tVl.-Y.W. Reporter. ' 46. JEANNE HELEN McSOVERN Malone. N. Y. Delta Psi Omega, ' 45. ' 46; Phi Theta Kappa. ' 45. ' 46; President. Y.M.-Y.W., ' 46; Senior Play. ' 45; Christian Service Club. ' 45, Treasurer. ' 46; Kappa Delta Phi, ' 45. ' 46; NOCATULA Staff. ' 46; Sweetheart of T. W. C, ' 46. MARGARET McCLARY MARION Etowah. Tenn. Home Ec. Club, ' 45; Off Campus Club. ' 46; Basketball. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45. ' 46. GRACE IRENE M05ER Vonore. Tenn. International Relations Club. ' 45; Art Club. ' 45; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45. ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship. ' 45. ' 46; Christian Service Club. ' 46; Zeta Mu Epsilon. ' 45. ' 46. DOROTHY LYNN NANCE Blaine. Tenn. Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority. ' 46; Library Staff. ' 46; Y.M.- Y.W.. ' 46; Christian Service Club. ' 45. ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45. CLOYD PARMAN. JR Asheville. N. C. Ex-Service man; Pre-Engineerinq. MARGARET JOYCE PARTON Gatlinburg, Tenn. Y.M.-Y.W. ' 45. ' 46: International Relations Club. ' 45. Secretary. ' 46; Sigma lota Chi Sorority, ' 45. Secretary, ' 46; Home Ec. Club. ' 45; Christian Service Club. ' 45; Winner Ochs Rule Contest. ' AS; NOCATULA Staff, ' 46. MILDRED PATTON Athens, Tenn. Phi Theta Kappa. ' 46; Sigma lota Chi. ' 46; Most Likely to Succeed. ' 46. JOANNE HILL POPE Etowah, Tenn. Off Campus Club, ' 46; International Relations Club. ' 45; NOCATULA Staff, ' 45; Sigma lota Chi Sorority. ' 46. MARY JO RAMBO Sevierville, Tenn. Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority, ' 45, President. ' 46; President, Pan- Hellenic Council, ' 46; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Home Ec. Club, ' 45. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45. ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45. S E N GEORGE ROBINSON. JR Copperhill. Tenn. G. I. Student, Navy; Basketball, S, ' 4b; International Rela- tions Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W.. ' 45, ' 44; NOCATULA Reporter. ■44; Commercial Club, ' 46. HATTIE LORRAINE RUSSELL Athens, Tenn. Sigma lota Chi Sorority, ' 45, Treasurer ' 44; Off Campus Club, 45, ' 44; Y,M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 44; Cheerleader, ' 44; International Relations Club, Secretary, ' 45, President, ' 44; Band, ' 45; Win- ner J, B. Cooper Prize in Spanish ' 45; NOCATULA Staff ' 44. THOMAS D. SAMPLE Sweetwater, Tenn Class of ' 42; Eta lota Tau, ' 42, ' 46; Delta Psi Omega, ' 42, ' 44; G. I. Student, Army — European Theatre; International Relations Club ' 42, ' 46; Chorus, ' 44; Twesco Players, ' 42. CAROLYN MOORE SCRUGGS Clinton, Tenn, Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 44; Basltetball, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 44; Christian Service Club. ' 45, Pianist ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 46; Chorus, ' 45, ' 44; Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority, ' 45, President. ' 44; Girls ' Quartet, ' 46; Panhellenic Council, ' 46; Delta Psi Omega, ' 45, ' 44. EMMA HESTER SHARP LaFollette, Tenn. Vice-President, Student Body, ' 44; Sigma lota Cni, ' 44; Home Ec. Club, ' 45; Christian Service Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45; Sec- retary Debating Club, ' 45; Delta Psi Omega, ' 45, ' 46; Chorus, ■45. FRANCES INEZ SHORT Oakdale, Tenn. Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority. ' 45, ' 44; Christian Service Club, ' 45 ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45; Y,M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 44; Tumbling Team, ' 44; Chorus, ' 45. ' 44; NOCATULA Staff ' 45, ' 44; Wesleyan Fellowship ' 45. MILDRED SMITH Knoxville, Tenn. Christian Service Club Reporter, ' 46; Commercial Club, ' 44; Y.M.-Y.W., 45, 46: Wesleyan Fellowship. 45, ' 44; International Relations Club. ' 45. ' 44; Chorus. ' 45, ■46; NOCATULA Staff, ' 44. MADELON RUTH SNIDER Marion, Va. Chorus, ' 45, ' 44; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 44; International Relations Club, President, ' 45; Commercial Club ' 44; NOCATULA Staff, ' 44; Superlatives, ' 45. MARTHA JEAN STARRING Grandview, Tenn. Choir, ' 45, ' 44; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 44; Art Club, ' 45, ' 46; Inter- national Relations Club, ' 45; NOCATULA Staff, ' 46; Kappa Delta Phi, ' 45. Corresponding Secretary, ' 46. MALVINA JANE STEGALL Chattanooga, Tenn. Cnristian Service Club, ' 45. ' 44; Art Club, ' 45. ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W. ' 45, ' 46; NOCATULA Staff, ' 45; Editor, NOCATULA, ' 44; Chorus, ' 45; Student Council, ■46; International Relations Club ' 44; Tumbling Team, ' 45, ' 44; Delta Psi Omega, ' 45, ' 44; Wes- leyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 44; Winner Art Award, ' 45. ' ) REBA TATUM Etowah, Tenn. Sigma lota Ctil, ' 45, ' 4b. VIVIAN RUTH TAYLOR Athens. Tenn. Chorus, ' 45, ' 46; Off Campus, ' 45, ' 46; Vice-President, Moffitt Music Club, ' 46; Y.tvl -Y.Vi ' ., ' 45, ' 46; Ctioir, ' 45, ' 46. EUNICE RUTH TEAGUE Greenevilie. Tenn, Consul. Eta Upsilon Gamma. ' 46; President Delta Psi Omega, ' 46; Senior Representative, Student Council, ' 46; Biology Lab. Assistant, ' 46; Ctiristian Service Club, ' 45, Y.M.-Y.W. ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowstiip, ' 45, ' 46; Feature Editor, NOCATULA. ' 46. FRITTS W. THOMAS Athens, Tenn. President, Phi Pi Delta, ' 46; President, Phi Theta Kappa. ' 43, Member, ' 46; Y M.-Y.Vi . ' 43, ' 46; Off Campus, ' 43. ' 46. ' LUCY LEIGH TRAMEL Englewood. Tenn. International Relations Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 46; Zeta Mu Epsilon Sorority, ' 46. LILLIAN DALE WALLACE Etowah. Tenn. Christian Service Club, ' 45, Secretary-Treasurer, ' 46; Y.M.- Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Queen Esthers, ' 45, ' 46; Kappa Delta Phi Sorority, ' 45, President, ' 46; Library Staff. ' 45, ' 46; Chorus. ' 45; NOCATULA Staff, ' 45, ' 46; International Relations Club, ' 45; Phi Theta Kappa, ' 45, ' 46; Pan-Hellenic Council, ' 46. MARJORIE WATSON Oakdale. Tenn. Christian Service Club, ' 45 ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship, ' 45, ' 46; Commercial Club, ' 46; NOCATULA Staff, ' 46; Chorus, ' 45, ' 46; Eta Upsilon Gamma, ' 45, Secretary, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46. NELL VIRGINIA WEBB Athens. Tenn. nternational Relations Club, ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, ' 46; Home Ec. Club, ' 45; Off Campus Club, ' 45, Vice-President, ' 46. GWENDOLYN E, WEST8R00K Chattanooga, Tenn. Student President, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45, Vice-President, ' 46; Personnel Council. ' 46; Christian Service Club. ' 45, ' 46; Delta Psi Omega, ' 45, ' 46; Religious Council, ' 46; Wesleyan Fellow- ship, ' 45, ' 46; Choir. ' 45, ' 46; Student Council. ' 46; Eta Upsilon Gamma, ' 45, ' 46. JOSEPHINE WILLIAMS St. Charles. Va. Christian Service Club, ' 46. LOUISE WILLIAMS Knoxville. Tenn. Commercial Club. ' 46; NOCATULA Staff, ' 46; Library Staff. ' 45, ' 46; Christian Service Club. ' 45, ' 46; Eta Upsilon Gamma Sorority. ' 45, ' 46; Y.M.-Y.W., ' 45. ' 46; Wesleyan Fellowship; Spiritual Life, Secretary, ' 45, Vice-President, ' 46; Religious Coun- cil Secretary, ' 46. JUNIORS CLEO ALFORD Lenior City, Tenn. VIRGINIA ANDERSON Athens, Tenn. ALICE ANN AYERS Chattanooga, Tenn. MARTHA BALLEW Copperhill, Tenn. MARY BALLEW Copperhill, Tenn. BUD BANKS Liberty, Tenn. ETHEL BARDILL Oak Ridge, Tenn. JANE SEALS Kingsport, Tenn NELDA BILLINGSLEY Kingsport, Tenn. KENNETH BRAKEBILL Athens, Tenn. J. B. BRIDGES Englewood, Tenn. EDNA BROOKS Athens, Tenn. BUSTER BROWN Englewood, Tenn. BETTY BURNS Knoxville, Tenn. EDITH BUSH Norton, Va. HOYT CAMPBELL Riceville. Tenn. DOROTHY CARPENTER Qak Ridge, Tenn. BETTY CARTER A,h,„,, ■r,„„ W. T. CARTER Englewood. Ten HELEN COATES Kinqsport, Tenn. ROBERT COLLINS, JR Niota, Tenn. MARGIE CRABTREE Bland, Va. MARGARET CROWE Tcllico Plains, Tenn. ROBERT CROWE Harriman, Tenn. MARY CUNNINGHAM McCaysville, Ga. BILLIE RUTH DEATHERAGE Kingston, Tenn. THOMAS DICKENS Copperhill, Tenn. WINDOM DILLARD Mineral Bluff, Ga. JENNIE EASLEY Allardt, Tenn. BEN ESTES Chattanooga, Tenn. MARTIN GILLIAM St. Charles, Va. AILENE GOODWIN Mountain City, Tenn. GERALOINE GRUBB Sweetwater, Tenn. WILLIAM HAGA Rockwood, Tenn. HELEN HARRIS Johnson City, Tenn. GERALDINE HUFFAKER Kodak. Tenn. HELEN IRWIN Concord, Tenn. VIRGINIA JERALDS Englewood, Tenn. MILDRED JOHNSON Sparta, Tenn. 35 PAUL KELLEY Athens, Tenn. SUINN ELLEN KIMSEY Turtletown, Tenn. BARBARA KIRK Limestone, Tenn. KENNETH KUHNERT Bergenfleld, N, J, ROBERT LARGE Niota, Tenn. MATTIE ZOE LAY Jellico, Tenn. HELEN LOWRY Greeneville, Tenn. RUTH LUTHER Tellico Plains, Tenn. FREDERICK LYNCH Caryville. Tenn. MAXINE LYON Jamestown, Tenn. ANNA LYNN McCRAVY Bulls Gap, Tenn. MARGARET McNABB Lenoir City. Tenn. JUNE l cWANE Clinton, Tenn. JEANNE MARTIN Chattanooga, Tenn LINNIE MARTIN Crab Orchard, Tenn. BETTY MERCER Tyner, Tenn. DORIS MEREDITH Powell Station. Tenn. EDGAR MILLER Athens, Tenn. MATTIE MONTEITH Sweetwater. Tenn. CHARLES MONTGOMERY Cleveland, Tenn. MARIAN MYERS Greeneville, Tenn. J WILMA MYERS Atbervs. Tenn. DORTHA OWNBY Greeneville, Tenn. RETHEL PACK McCaysville, Ga. DON PARKINSON Riceville, Tern. JACK PARSON Afhens, Tenn. W. L. PERKIN50N Athens. Tenn. JEAN RADER Jefferson City, Tenn. WANOKA REYNOLDS Athens, Tenn. JANIE ROBERTS Kingston, Tenn. HOMER ROTH Chattanooga, Tenn. BETTY SCOTT Cleveland, Ohio JERRY SHAVER Statesville, N. C. OPAL SHERRILL Crab Orchard, Tenn. JOHN SLOAN Walland, Tenn. WALTER SMALLEY Lenior City, Tenn. MARY DOUGLAS SMITH Rosedale, Va. BETTYE SMITHSON Greeneville, Tenn. DAVID SPAHR Athens, Tenn. KATHLEEN STOVER Blue Ridge, Ga. RAYMOND SUTTON Madisonville, Tenn. BETTYE TAUSCHER Rockwood, Tenn. J U N I MARGARET JEAN TAYLOR Copperhill, Tenn. W BOBBIE THOMAS Copperhill, Tenn. MARGIE TIPTON Fountain City. Tenn. THOMAS TUPPER Clinton, Tenn. WILLIAM HOWARD TURNER Copperhill, Tenn JULIA VAQUERANO El Salvador MARGARET WALLACE Powell Station, Te HELEN WARD Athens, Tenn. MORGAN WATKINS Athens. Tenn MARGARET WIGGINS Lenoir City, Tenn. KENNETH WILD Hixson, Tenn. ALBERTA WILKIN5 Etowah, Tenn. EMMA C. WILLIAMS Huntsville, Ala. MILDRED RUTH WILLIAMS St. Charles, Va. MARTHA WILSON Dalton. Ga MILDRED WOLIVER Pennington Gap. Va CATHRYN WOMAC RIceville Tenn. J U N O R S 38 A C T I V 1 T I E AND ATHLETIC Vm STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS GWENDOLYN WESTBROOK President EMMA HESTER SHARP Vice-President MAC BOWERS Secretary LIBRARY STAFF STUDENT LIBRARY ASSISTANTS AND MRS. C D. MYERS ACTING-LIBRARIAN CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS MARTHA DEW President MILDRED BLEDSOE . LILLIAN WALLACE Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President DEBATE CLUB OFFICERS CHARLES MONTGOMERY President EMMA HESTER SHARP Secretary-Treasurer FRED PUETT Sponsor OFF-CAMPDS CLDB OFFICERS MAE JO LONG President VIRGINIA WEBB Vice-President VIRGINIA ANDERSON , Secretary ALBERTA WILKINS Treasurer NELL ANDERSON Reporter ART CLUB OFFICERS MARTHA DEVv ' President SALLY BOYLES Vice-President OPAL SHERRILL Secretary-Treasurer MARTHA HALE Sponsor HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS MARY LOU BROWN President MARY CUNNINGHAM Vice-President NELLE ANDERSON Secretary-Treasurer INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB II - " " p i .y " 1 fl pfv - ' - • ■ « ■i ' J : t nB ftl LM -» 3i ti% hJL Y. M.-Y.W. OFFICERS JEANNE McGOVERN President GWENDOLYN WESTBROOK Vice-President STEWART CLACK Secretary LIFE SERVICE VOLUNTEERS OFFICERS CAROLYN LOCKNANE President ALICE ANN AYERS Vice-President MIRIAM BALL ' Secretary-Treasurer A. H. MYERS Sponsor W E S L E Y A N FELLOWSHIP MARGARET BEATY OFFICERS President LOUISE WILLIAMS . . CAROLYN LOCKNANE Secretary Vice-President OFFICERS DON PARKINSON President DORIS MEREDITH Vice-President NELLIE HAIRRIS Secretary-Treasurer COMMERCE CLUB PAN-HELLENIC C D N C I L OFFICERS MARY JO RAMBO President LILLIAN WALLACE Secretary ' ■ MARGARET STEWART Faculty President RELIGIOUS COUNCIL BASKETBALL GIRLS ' SCHEDULE Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan 46; Hlwassee . . . 18 51; Hiwassee . . . 24 35; McMinn . . . . 28 68; Knox. Bus. C. . . 28 56; Emory and H. . 38 42; Va. Institute . 37 52; Sweetwater In. . 25 BOYS ' SCHEDULE Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan Tenn. Wesleyan 26; Hiwassee 4! ; Cumberland 30; LMU . . . 37; Tusculum 45; Sweetwater 19; Hiwassee 36; LMU . . . Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Wesleyan Union . . . N. Georgia Tusculum Hiwassee Hiwassee Ch a ttanooga Sweetwater Maryville 36; Cumberland 29; Maryville 49; Mars Hill . 47 50 38 30 35 44 60 40 32 43 39 Since Coach C. Q. Smith has come to TWC the athletic department has shown more life. Not only has he created an interest in basket- ball and football, but also volleyball, softball, tennis and other sports. 47 T ' C t 1 SPORTS During the war, Tennessee Wesleyan, like all other colleges, suffered from the drain on manpower which the supplying of our armed forces necessitated. Conse- quently there was no 1945-46 football team. This year Miss Patricia Treblas is in charge of women ' s sports and Mr. C. Q. Smith is Athletic Director and coach of With the acquiring of these two coaches, sports at Tennessee Wesleyan have begun to take on new life, and plans are now being made to put our Bulldogs back in their place at the top among Southeastern Junior Colleges. More and more boys are coming to our campus, and many of these boys are the athletes who are going to make Ten- nessee Wesleyan Bulldogs a strong threat to anybody ' s football or basketball team. Many servicemen whose education was interrupted by war are coming to Wes- leyan and will most certainly boost our sports program. The school already owes a debt of gratitude to the basketball boys and girls, who in the face of difficulties worked so hard for their Alma Mater during 1945-46. Softball is always popular, and the students are looking forward to the form- ing of intramural teams, which should add much life and competition to the recreation program. If present plans for an expansion of our curricular are carried out, the students at Wesleyan should soon have a well-rounded sports pro- gram. SNAPSHOTS FHATERNITIE _o- :iil! V SIGMA IOTA CHI OFFICERS MAUDE ELSIE ARMSTRONG President EMMA HESTER SHARP Vice-President PEGGY PARTON Secretary LORRAINE RUSSELL Treasurer VERGENE COLLOMS Sponsor Cleo Alford Billie Deatheraqe Lorraine Russell Jane Beals Margaret Gamble Betty Scott Nelda Billlngsley Ruth Luther Emma Hester Sharp Phyllis Boyd Margaret McNabb Reba latum Evelyn Brown Linnie Martin Margaret Wallace Be+ty Carter Peggy Parton Alberta Wilkins Margaret Crowe Joanne Pope Mildred Williams Mary Cunninghann Wanoka Reynolds Mrs. Colloms 52 R A P P A DELTA PHI OFFICJERS LILLIAN WALLACE President BOBBIE JEAN HUFF Vice-President MARGARET HINTON Secretary STEWART CLACK Treasurer MARGARET STEWART Sponsor Ethel Bardill Betty Burns Edith Bush Stewart Clack Margie Crabtree MEMBERS Margaret Hinton Bobbie Huff Jeanne McGovern Mattie Montelth Rethel Pacic Martha Jean Starring Margaret Jean Taylor Margie Tipton Helen Ward Julia Vaquerano Miss Stewart 53 ETA U P S I L N GAMMA OFFICERS CAROLYN SCRUGGS President MILDRED BROXTON Vice-President MARJORIE WATSON Secretary-Treasurer MAGDALENE HARRISON Sponsor Nelle Anderson Virginia Anderson Alice Anne Ayers Mildred Bledsoe Edna Brooks M ildred Broxton Christine Cooper MEMBERS Isabelle Crowder Martha Dew Kathleen hlumberd Barbara Kirk Marjorle Lowe Anna Lynn McCravy Doris Meredith Dorothy Lynn Nance Malvina Stegall Ruth Teague Marjorie Watson Gwendolyn West brook Louise Williams Mrs. Harrison Z E T A M U E P S I L N OFFICERS MARY JO RAMBO President NELLIE HAIRRIS Vice-President AGNES HOWELL Secretary FRANCES FOX Treasurer PATRICIA TREBLAS Sponsor MEMBERS Miriam Ball Virginia Jeralds Frances Short Daphne Bellamy Voreata Lewis Mildred Smith Mary K. Brock Carolyn Locknane Kathleen Stover Frances Fox Betty Mercer Vivian Taylor Neilie Hairris Grace Moser Lucy Tramei Agnes Howel! Opal Sherrill Margaret V iggins Geraldine Huffalcer Miss Treblas 55 DELTA P S I OMEGA OFFICERS RUTH TEAGUE President KATHLEEN HUMBERD Secretary Mildred Bledsoe Martha Dew John B. Elliott Kathleen Humberd MEMBERS Jeanne McGovern Thomas D. Sample Carolyn Scruggs Emma Hes+er Sharp Malvlna S+egall Gwendolyn Westbrook Mr. Hamplon 56 PHI PI DELTA OFFICERS FRITTS THOMAS President KENNETH BRAKEBILL Vice-President W. T. CARTER Secretary-Treasurer FRED PUETT Sponsor MEMBERS Kenneth Bralcebill Fred Lynch Don Parkinson Hoyt Campbell Edgar Miller Jerry Shaver W. T. Carter Mr. Puett 57 PHI T H E T A KAPPA OFFICERS MEMBERS Mac Bowers WILFRED GUSTIN President Agnes Howell MARJORIE ROSE LOWE . . . Vice-President i i i t arolyn Locknane .. MAC BOWERS Secretary Marjorie Lowe ' Jeanne McGovern _ JEANNE McGOVERN Treasurer . I Lillian Wallace €t l -JX-Li . b V,. __ a CO. DOUGLASS Sponsor Mr. Douglass E T A IOTA OFFICERS JAMES W. CRAIG . . . . ' President JOHN B. ELLIOT Vice-President WILFRED L. GUSTIN . . . Secretary-Treasurer THOMAS WHITEHEAD Sponsor T A D MEMBERS Bud Banlcs Mac Bowers John B. Elliott Bud Estes Wilfred Gustln Walter Smalley Mr. Whitehead 58 WINNER ' " 1 »;J» " % ' ., BEAU ALBERTA WILKINS MARGARET GAMBLE f r TIES HELEN IRWIN PEGGY PARTON KENNETH BRAKEBILL fvloAt J ancl Some DON PARKINSON BEST ALL-AROUND MARGARET BEATY KENNETH BRAKEBILL MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MILDRED PATTON PAUL KELLEY MOST TALENTED MILDRED WILLIAMS BUD BANKS BEST ATHLETE ISABELLE CROWDER JOHN SLOAN 64 Athens, Tennessee May 27, 1946 Dear Friends: Every good thing must come to an end, and our school life here at Wes- leyan is certainly no exception. We view our graduation from this college with mixed feelings of joy and sorrow, satisfaction and remorse, eagerness and reluctance. For some it is only another milestone before continuing elsewhere. For others it means the period of training is over and we must now throw ourselves into the fierce struggle of life. But whatever be our fate, we carry from these halls sacred memories to cheer us in times of distress, to strengthen us in times of weakness, to encourage us in times of fear. We had our good times and our bad times. We did our share of " beef- ing. " We gave you faculty members plenty of hours of uneasiness and worry. But somehow, someway, things always worked out for the best. And when the lovely strains of our Alma Mater floated through the ether, those who had " beefed " most, sang Wesleyan ' s praises loudest. When we came here in the fall of 1944, our country was In the midst of the greatest war in the history of mankind. Through it all, Wesleyan, despite a sharply curtailed enrollment, kept her chin up and fought to con- tinue giving her charges the best in higher education. Now we are at peace and Wesleyan is rapidly regaining her former status. We returned in the fall of ' 45 with lightened hearts but an even firmer purpose: to help restore the nations of the world to a spirit of brotherhood and Christian fellowship. A weird calm seemed to have settled upon the campus because of the conspicuous absence of last year ' s graduating class. But they have Journeyed on to new fields of endeavor and greater glory. And so our own story comes to a successful but too early an end. The campus, the trees, the buildings, the people, the town, have all become a part of us. With a saddened heart, we turn our backs upon these last two years and put our faces toward new horizons. We may forget in time the campus, the buildings, the town. But not In ten years, twenty years, nor twenty times twenty years, shall we forget those friendships which have been born, nourished, and developed here at Wesleyan. We feel that we are a part of Wesleyan and we are certain that Wesleyan is an integral part of us. May Christ ' s richest blessings be upon Tennessee Wesleyan College, her faculty, and her students. Respectfully, Senior Class of 1946 J. NAT MOORE AND SON Everything for the Farm and Home Phone I Athens, Tennessee East Tennessee ' s Most Complete One-Stop Service ATHENS HARDWARE " At the Sign of the Saw " HIGH QUALITY FRIENDLY SERVICE ATHENS, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF ATHENS STOVE WORKS PROFFITT ' S DEPARTMENT STORE ATHENS ' FASHION CENTER ATHENS, TENNESSEE r [eelu A THE FASHION CENTER Phone 162 Athens, Tennessee DIXIE MOTOR CO. DODGE PLYMOUTH Phone 66 ATHENS. TENNESSEE MAKE AAANGLE ' S YOUR Shopping Headquarters 634 Market Phone 7-1626 CHATTANOOGA, TENN. Eat Lay ' s Potato Chips GARDNER FOOD PRODUCTS CO. 621 N. Gay St. KNOXVILLE, TENN. FOODS ROBINSON ' S LITTLE SUPER MARKET ETOWAH MARYVILLE ATHENS BENTON RALPH P. THOMISON CO. Firestone Dealer Store RECORDS— SHEET MUSIC SPORTING GOODS RADIOS— RECORD PLAYERS On the Square Phone 44 COMPLIMENTS OF RUSSELL MOTOR CO. 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