Tennessee Wesleyan College - Nocatula Yearbook (Athens, TN)
- Class of 1952
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■T rtiw;,i ■J iilSlBOt-d 378.05 T256n 1952 . jif.i . j. T BKlSffi « ■ ■ ■B r™ ! 1 fpm ifflRHSI M W J[ _L V " -- G, 21115 MERNER - PFEIFFER LIBRARY mmsEE msiEYm college ATHENS, TENNESSEE --: ' 5£ THE NOCATULA FOR NINETEEN FIFTY-TWO ATHENS. TENNESSEE ENJOY OUR ACTIVITIES mi n PREPARE FOR A FUTURE m ■ y THE RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Bob Smith Marion Essary Jimmy King Philip Watkins Margaret- Kesterson A. H. Myers Carl Honaker Mr. Donner BUILD A STRONG BODY WITH SPORTS " i mpi x i j ' ' y Ml LEARN TO LIVE WITH OTHERS % v « - ' if- I Paul Riviere Dean of College THE ADMINISTRATION Public Re ,: ' •e ' fon »,V- ' V Pe: i Not- Pictured Mrs. Elizabeth A. Brubaker Dean of Women C. O. Doug a Kegistrar •nnie B evi-s - C iii FACULTY Mrs. Agnes B. Colston Methods and Laboratory School Thomas B. Donner Forelgri Language Mrs. James Fitzpatrick Commerce James Fitzpafrick Commerce Ethel French Nurse Mrs. Erin Gamble Assistant Superintendent Ritter Hall Mrs. Levis Hampton English Levis H. Hampton Dramatics and Speech Mrs. Martha B. Hale Art Mrs. Magelene Harrison Dietitian Ritter Hall Carl B. Honaker Chemistry Rankin Hudson Director of Athletics I Mrs. Frank Y. Jackson Secretary to President Mrs. A. H. Myers Librarian Louis Underwood Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings Richard M. Johnson Biology A. H. Myers English and Religion James Wilson Organ and Piano Mrs. James Lattimore Home Economics E. G. Rogers English Mrs. Hilda Wrinn Methods and Laboratory School Mrs. Ruth Lewis Superintendent of Lawrence Hall Mrs. Thelma Rucker Standridge Organ and Piano G. A. Yates Mathematics i i - ... stpy j 1 r i 1 1 1 w o t - -%, y Eugene Mahaffey Wayne Allen Sue Hart President Vice President Secretary and Treasurer Bob Wallace, Ann Delozier, Jimmy King, Hubert Blackburn, Bob Dail, Carolyn Jo Robertson, Margaret Kesterson, J. Van B. Coe. THE STUDENT COUNCIL The classes at Wesleyan are governed each year hy the Student Coun- cil. This organization is elected from the student body by the students them- selves The accomplishments of the Student Council are wide and varied. The students at Wesleyan wish to express their heartfelt thanks for a job well done. 21115 L. to R. Standing: Jimmy King, Bob Dail, Margaret Seated: Dale Carnes, Hubert Blackburn, Leia Amerine. Kesterson. SENIOR OFFICERS Hubert Blackburn President Dale Carnes Vice-President LeIa Amerine Secretary Jimmy King Treasurer Margaret Kesterson Girl Representative Bob Dai! Boy Representative MERNER - PFEIFFER LIBRARY TENi ESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE ATHENS, TENNESSEE CLASS Allen, Wayne, " Creep " , Sevierville, Tenn. Business Administration. Theta Sigma Chi, 50-52, Secretary 51-52: Vice President of Student Body, 51 52; Plni Theta Kappa. Alexander, Robert, " Socks " Columbus, Miss. Commercial. Football. Amburn, Margaret-, Copperhill, Tenn. Education.. Sigma lota Chi, 51, 52. Amerine, Leia, Clinton, Tenn. General Culture, Sigma lota Chi, 50-52, Re- porter 51-52; Senior Class Secretary 51-52 Choir, 50-52; Senior Beauty 51-5.2 Wesleyan Fellowship, 50-52; Bulldbg Staff, 51-52.. Armstrong, Maxine, Athens, Tenn. Secretarial, Eta Upsilon Gamma, Treasurer, 51-52; Bulldog St ff, 51- 52, Choir, 51-52. Atlikhani, Air Tehron, Iran Houshang OF 1952 Attaway, Geddes M., Jr. " Buddy " . Maryville, Tenn, General Culture, Ph, Sigma Nu, 50-52, Sergeant of Arms, 51-52, Choir, 51-52. Baker, Mary Eta, Benton, Tenn. Edu- cation. Kappa Delta Phi. Beecroft, Moris Bryan, Newport News, Virginia General Culture. Theta Sig- ma Chi 51-52; Tennis Team, 50-52; Basketball, 50-52. Blackburn, Hubert H., " Punk ' , Ath ens, Tenn., Libera Arts. Phi Sigma Nu, 50-52, Vice-President, 51-52; Choir 51-52; Student Council, 51-52; Senior Class President, 51-52. Bowman, Elbert Cleaves, Jr. " Tuffy ' , Wytheville, Va. Business Ad. Theta Sigma Chi, 50-52; Football, 50-52. Burns, Jessie Paul, Athens, Tenn. Business Ad. CLASS Carnes, Dale Eugene, Townsend, Tenn. Physical Ed. Thefa Sigma Chi, 50-52, Chaplain 51-52; Senior Class Vice President; Football, 50-52; Bas- ketball Manager, 51-51; Student Christian Association Superlative. Cheeck, Patricia Lynn, " Pat " , Dalton, Ga. Secretarial- Zeta Mu Epsilon, 50- 52, Vice President 51-52; Library Staff, 51-52; Student Christian Asso- ciation; Wesleyan Fellowship; Art Club, 50-51; Tumbling, 50-51. Cheek, Helen Janette, Delano, Tenn Education. Zeta Mu Epsilon, 50-52. Reporter, 51-52; Phi Theta Kappa Wesleyan Fellowship; Art Club; Bull- dog Staff, 51-52. Cloud, Etienne Leroy, " Jack ' , Falls Church, Va. Physical Ed. Football, 50-52. Dail, ' Bob B., " Country " , Clinton Tenn. Physical Ed. Theta Sigma Chi, 50-52, President 51-52; Football, 50-52; Choir 50-52, Vice-President, 51-52; Superlative; Delta Psi Omega Student Christian Association, Stu- dent Council, 51-52, Pan Hellenic Council, 51-52. DeLozier, Ann Louise, Maryville. Tenn. Music. Zeta Mu Epsilon, 50- 52, President, 51-52; Student Chris- tian Association; Art Club; Wesleyan Fellowship, Secretary and Treasurer, 51-52; Choir, 50-52; Pan Hellenic Council, 51-52; Library Staff, SC- SI. OF 1952 Duenas, Juan Oreste, Cardenas, Cuba. Business Ad. Duff, Rose Lynn, Lenoir City, Tenn. Liberal Arts. Life Service Volunteers, 50-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 50-52; Bulldog Staff, 51-52. Epperson, Joan, Athens, Tenn Physi- cal Ed Sigma lota Chi, 50-52, Pin Chairman, 51-52; May Queen At- tendant, 50-51. Essary, Marion, Lenoir City, Tenn Church Secretary. Kappa Delta Phi, 50-52, Secretary, 51-52; Phi Thet Kappa, Secretary, 51-52; Life Serv- ice Volunteers, 50-52, Vice-President 51-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 50-52, Vice President, 51-52; Religious Council; Superlative. Franklin, Charles Robert, Sevierville, Tenn, Physical Ed. Football, 50-51. Garner, Connie Regina, " Reecie " , Chattanooga, Tenn. Secretarial. Zeta Mu Epislon, 50-51, Treasurer, 51-52 Phi Theta Kappa, 51-52, Treasurer 51-52; Student Christian Association Wesleyan Fellowship 50-52; Nocatula Staff, 51-52; Bulldog Staff, 51-52 Bulldog Staff, 51-52; Cheerleader 51-52. CLASS Gilliam, Alice Jo " Jo " , St. Charles, Va. Secretarial. Kappa Delta Phi 51- 52, Vice President, 51-52; Phi Theta 52; Choir, 50-52; Treasurer, 51-52 Kappa, 51-52, President 51-52 Bulldog, Assistant Editor. Superlative Queen " of Hearts, 51-52; Sweetheart of Theta Sigma Chi, 51-52. Grcseclose, Henry Monroe, " Hank " , Appalachia, Va. Liberal Arts. Student Christian Association, 50-52; Life Service Volunteers, 50-52; Eta lota Tau, 50-52. Guess, Bettie Jane, Cleveland, Tenn. Church Secretary. Wesleyan Fellow- ship, 50-52; Life Service Volunteers, 50-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52, Phi Theta Kappa, 50-52. " Huffman, Norma Jean, Newport, Tenn Secretarial. Eta Upsilon Gamma, 50-52, Vice President, 51-52, Tumb- ling, 50-51, Student Christian Asso- ciation, 50-52; Bulldog Staff, 51-52. Holt, Marion Mabry, Etowah, Tenn Business Administration. Phi Sigma Nu, 51-52; Choir 50-52. Hixson, Carolyn Jane, Dunlap, Tenn Secretarial. Eta Upsilon Gamma, 50- 52, Sentinel, 51-52, Wesleyan Fel- lowship, 50-52. OF 1952 Hicks, Ann Henson, Clinton, Tenn General Culture, Sweetheart of Phi Sig- ma Nu 51-52, Sigma lota Chi, 50-52 Vice President, 51-52; Choir 50-52; Delta Psi Omega, Student Christian Association; Wesleyan Fellowship; Library Staff, 51-52; Superlative, 51- 52; Nocatula Staff, 51-52. Harrison, Jane Ann. Athens, Tenn Home Economics. Zeta Mu Epsilon, 50-52, Social Chairman, 51-52, So- cial Chairman, 51-52, Library Staff 51-52. Harris, Wynell Elizabeth, Knoxville, Tennessee. Business Ad. Eta Upsilon Gamma, Consul, 51-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 50-52; Life Service Vol- unteers, 50-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52. Harris, Joe, Maryville, Tenn. General Culture Eta lota Tau, 50-52, Treas- urer, 51-52; Tennis, 51-52, Bulldog Staff. Irwin, Robert Lynn, " Bob " , Knox- ville Tenn Liberal Arts. Eta lota Tau, 50-52, President, 51-52; Life Service Volunteers, 50-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52; Phi Theta Kappa, Library Staff, 50-51; Superlative, 51-52. Kelso, Bill F., Loudon, Tenn., Physi- cal Education. Theta Sigma Chi, Vice- President, 51-52; Football Manager 50-52; Bulldog Staff, 51-52; Noca- tula Staff, 51-52. CLASS Kesterson, Margaret Ann, Knoxville, Tenn. Music. Kappa Delta Phi, 50- 52, Treasurer, 51-52; Choir, 50-52; Student Council, 51-52; Religious Council, 51-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, President, 51-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52; Life Service Vol- unteers, 50-52, Secretary and Trea- surer, 51-52. Superlative: Bulldog Staff, 51-52 Kimsey, Lois, Cleveland, Tenn. Lib- eral Arts. Life Service Volunteer, 50- 52; Student Christian Association 50-52, Secretary and Treasurer 51- 52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 50-52; Kappa Delta Phi 50-52, Sgt of arms, 51-52; Basketball, 50-52; Superla- tive: Girls Letter Club, 51-52; Bull- dog Staff, 51-52; Nocatula Staff, 51- 52.. King, James Bradford, " Jimmie " , Kingsport,. Tenn. Business Ad. Stu- dent Christian Association 50-52, President 51-52; Nocatula Staff, 50 52, Business Manager, 51-52; Phi Sigma Nu Fraternity, 50-52, Secretary 51-52; Phi Theta Kappa, 50-52. Corresponding Secretary 51-52; Re- ligious Council, 51 52, President, Stu- dent Council, 51-52; Choir 50-52, Vice President, 50-51, Librarian, 51- 52, Treasurer of Junior Class; Senior Class Treasurer. Superlative. McClary, Marcia Ann, Delano, Tenn. Education. Zeta Mu Epsilon, 50-52: Corresponding Secretary, 51-52; Wes- leyan Fellowship, 50-52; Art Club, 50-51. Lady, Erma, Kingsport, Tenn. Gen- eral Culture Sigma lota Chi, 50-52; Treasurer 51-52; Nocatula Staff, 51- 52 Layman, Hazel Christine, Athens, Tenn., Home Economics. Zeta Mu Epsilon, 50-52, Chaplain, 51-52, Student Christian Association, 51-52. OF 195 2 Leon, Sergio, " Sam " , Curacao, Dutch West Indies. Pre Med. Phi Sigma Nu 50-52. MeCown, Mary Evelyn, " Red " , Lenoir City, Tenn. Secretarial. Kappa Delta Phi, 50-52, Corresponding Secretary 51-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, Student Christian Association McMahan, Harold Lewis, " Mac " , Athens, Tennessee. Business Ad. Phi Sigma Nu, 50-52, Treasurer, 51-52; Choir, 50-52; Delta Psi Omega. Martin, Jane, Bristol, Tenn. Physical Education, Sigma lota Chi, 50-52, Directress, 51-52; Choir, 50-52 Cheerleader, 50-52; Student Chris tian Association 50-52, Reporter, 51- 52; Life Service Volunteers, 50-52; Wesleyan Fellowship 50-52; Bulldog Staff, Feature Editor, 51-52; Library Staff, 50-52; Girls ' Letter Club, 50- 52. Superlative: Delta Psi Omega, 51-52. Martinez, Osiris Rosendi Mehaffey, Eugene Lee, Chattanooga, Tenn. Liberal Arts. Basketball, 50-52, Captain, 51-52; Tennis Team, 50-52; President of Student Body; President of Junior Class; Theta Sigma Chi Fraternity, 50-52; Phi Theta Kappa, 50-52 CLASS Newman, William Herman, Duck- town, Tennessee., Business Admmis. Nichols, Marilyn, Sigma lota Chi, 50- 52. Nipper, Johnnie Lou, Athens, Tenn. Education Norwood, Louise, Athens, Tenn. Education Eta Upsiion Gamma. Ownbey, James Bedford, " Red " Basketball, 50-52 Pardue, Ben, Sweetwater, Tenn. OF 1952 Pugh, Lynn, Lynchburg, Va. Ramsey, Vivian Ann, Greeneville, Tenn. General Culture, Zeta Mu Ep- silon, 50-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 50-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52. Rawls, Duncan, " Dunk " , Knoxville, Tenn. General Culture Football, 50- 52. Riner, Laura An.n, Newport, Tenn. Education. Sigma lota Chi, 50-52, Literary Chairman, 51-52; Phi Thetj Kappa, 50-52, Reporter 51-52; Delta Psi Omega, President, 51-52; Student Christian Association, 51-52; Noc- atula Staff 51-52; Basketball, 51-52. Rogers, Theodore T. " Ted " , Athens, Education. Phi Sigma Nu, 51-52; Rowan, Sara Ray, Athens, Tennessee. Liberal Arts.. Kappa Delta Phi, 50- 52, Reporter, 51-52; Student Chris- tian Association, 50-52; Life Service Volunteers, 51-52; Bulldog Staff, 51- 52 CLASS Schettler, Barbara Browne, Sweetwater, Tenn, Liberal Arts. Sigma lota Chi, 50 52; President 51-52; Nocatula Staff, 51-52; Pan Hellenic Council, Sorority Co-ordinator, 51-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52; Choir, 50-52. Shadow, Leatha, Decatur, Tenn. Home Economics. Sigma lota Chi, 50-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 50-52. Shadow, Sophie Rosina, Decatur, Tenn. General Culture, Sigma lota Chi, 50- 52, Guard, 51-52; Choir, 50-51; Art Club, 50-52 Sheen, Roger Lewis, Newark, N. J Liberal Arts. Eta lota Tau, 50-51; Choir, 50-52; Student Christian Asso- ciation, 50-52; Life Service Volun- teer, 50-52. Sherlin, Margaret, Athens, Tenn. General Culture Sigma lota Chi, 50- 52; Parchment Editor, 51-52. Silvagnoli, Waldermar, " Wally " , Busi- ness Ad, Choir, 50-51. OF 1952 Smith, Bob Frye, Fountain City, Tenn. Liberal Arts, Life Service Volunteer, 50-51, President, 51-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52; Eta lota Tau, 50-52, Reporter, 51-52. Spires, Joan, Morristown, Tenn Edu- cation. Kappa Delta Phi, 51-52, Bull- dog Staff, 50-52; Art Club, 50-51. Taylor, Martha Ann, Johnson City, Tenn. General Culture. Eta Upsilon Gamma, 50-52, Secretary 51-52; Home Economics Club, 50-51; Choir. 50-52 TInney, Harry Parker, " Scotty " , Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y., Business Ad Phi Sigma Nu, 50-52, President, 51-52; Choir 50-52, Business Man- ager, 51-52; Nocatula Staff, 51-52; Delta Psi Omega, 51-52; Superlative Tropp, Iris, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Edu- cation. Sigma lota Chi, 51-52; Wes- leyan Fellowship, 50-51; Art. Club, 50-51; Superlative. Trotter, Novieta, Chattanooga, Tenn. Church Secretary. Kappa Delta Phi, 50-52, President 51-52; Cheerleader 50-52; Student Christian Association 50-52; Life Service Volunteers, 50- 52; Phi Theta Kappa, 51-52; Junior Beauty; Choir, 50-52, Secretary, 51- 52; Wesleyan Fellowship 50-52; Pan Hellenic Council, 51-52, Secretary and Treasurer; Eta lota Tau Sweet- heart, 51-52; Girls Letter Club, 50- 52; May Queen Attendant, 50-51; Queen of Hearts, 50-51; Superlative. CLASS OF 1952 Vaughn, Geraldine " Gery " , Greene- ville, Tenn. Education Zeta Mu Epsi- lon, 50-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 50- 52; Student Christian Association, 50-52. Watkins, Phillip M. " Audie " , Mascot, Tenn. Liberal Arts. Choir, 50-52, President, 51-52; Eta lota Tau, 50- 52; Student Christian Association, 50-52, Vice-President, 51-52; Re- ligious Council, 51-52, Secretary; Li- brary Staff, 50-52; Nocatula Staff, 51-52; Bulldog Staff, 51-52; Su- perlative. Waf+enbarger, Warren, Athens, Tenn Liberal Arts. Life Service Volunteers, 50-52; Student Christian Association, 50-52. White, Sarah Elizabeth, " Betty " , Cin- cinnati, Ohio. Liberal Arts. Junior Class Secretary; Nocatula, 50-52, Asst. Editor, 51-52; Sigma lota Chi 51-52; Bulldog Staff, 51-52. Martin, Betty Jean, Limestone, Tern Physical Education. Eta Upsilon Gam- ma 50-52, President, 51-52; Tumb- ling 50-51; Tennis Club 50-51; Stu- dent Christian Association, 50-52; Life Service Volunteers 50-52; Stu- dent Council, 51-52; Pan Hellenic Council, 51-52; Personnel Committee, 51-52; Choir, 50-52; Phi Theta Kao- pa, 51-52; Bulldog Staff, 51-52. Griffith, Charlotte W. " Little Un ' , Chattanooga, Tenn. Secretarial Zeta Mu Ep ilon, 50-52, Secretary 51-52- Phi Theta Kappa, 51-52; Wesleyan Fellowship, 51-52; Student Christian Association, 51-52; Nocatula, 51-52. NOT PICTURED Buchannan, Billy Ditmore, William Patrick Fuller, Clyde Hart, Sue Loomis, Sheldon P. Nunly, Ralph J. Stone, Charles Walker, Billy K. Wallace, Robert Ray Watts, Billy Weatherford ' , Jimmy Drake Williams, Harry James L. to R Barbara Conner, Carolyn Robertson, Josie Keith. The boys are oH to war! JUNIOR OFFICERS Donald Pardue Paul Siiger Barbara Conner Josie Keith Carolyn Robertson Jimmy Watkins President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Girl Representative Boy Representative JUNIORS Adams, William A. Allison, f Max Anthony, Joan Asbury, Lee Baggett, James Ray Barnett, Betty Jo Barton, Frank D. Britton, Phyllis E. BroWn, Wanda Lee Burnett, Oma Jane Clark, Lawrence C. Clark, Lucy Ccldwell, Hazel M. Conner, Barbara Anne Crabtree, Ronald Ellis Creech, Dick Crump, Bill Dake, Johnny Daugherty, Lloyd- C. Davis, Nancy Sue Dodson, Barbara Ann Duckett, Lee Edgar Brummett, Billy Franklin Fullam, Willard E. JUNIORS Gardner, Joan Gose, Mary Alice Guffey, James Edwin Guinn, Jean Hamil, Joseph Wesley Hamilton, Zelma F. Haney, Bettye June Haney, Charlene Hannah, Itzsalle Million Harrod, Imogene Hays, Danny Heatherly, M. Helen Henne, Lila Jean Hanson, George Frank Heriot, Sherry Nelle Hinshaw, Nelle Rose Hixson, Janice Holt, Shirley Anne Inman, Catherine D. Isenhower, Patricia A. Johnson, William D. Johnston, Helen E. Keith, Josie Ann Garrett, James Dale JUNIORS Kelso, Nancy Carole Kinser, Sarah Knight, Stanley R. Knowles, Jimmie Mae London, Doris Ann Margrave, Kaye Martin, Julia Carolyn McAlister, Jack D. McCuin, Pauline E. McDonald, Maryin C. McKenzie, Johnny McMahan, Betty Ann McMillan, Bobby Joe McQuain, James Davis Miller, Walter B. Millican, Janice Moody, Jerry Bryan Neal, Betty Lou Ownbey, Roy G. Padgett, Sue Patrick, Donald F. Patrick, Virginia Sue Potts, Elizabeth Ann Powell, Bplty Ross JUNIORS Price, Billy Eugene Randall, Horace J. Remine, Hilda Anne Reynolds, L. C. Riddle, Inez Robertson, Carolyn Rogers, Ken Scrogglns, Roy E. Sharp, Ruby Jean Shetterly, Betfy J. Slemons, Shirley J. Small, Deborah S. Snyder, Joan Snyder, Sally Ann Souder, Marion Stephenson, Billie Taylor, Sam Hugh Templin, Faye Tupper, Charles E, Walkup, Myra Watkins, James H. Weary, Doris Jean Wright, Margaret E. Vance, Leslie JUNIORS NOT PICTURED Barnes, Phyllis Ann Bickley, W. R. (Jr.) Bingham, Reaves Buchanan, Billy D. Clayton, Vida Mae Cleveland, Charles R. Corn, Betty JeweJI Cotten, William Fred Dunn, Ralph Owens Goforth, Elva R. Harman, Lynda Joyce Henry, Weyman E. Irvin, Barbara J. Jerald , William Moore Kirk, David Wiley Lay, Frank Wolford Martin, Billie Jane Mays, Jr., Hubert L. McGrew, Robert J. Merrell, Jimmie J. Miller, Betty Mitchell, James Wayman Pardue, Donald W. Parks, Betty Ratledge, Joseph Ed Roberson, Hoyt Sliger, Boyd Paul Swafford, Walter Wade, Jimmy Watkins, Mary Sue Wattenbarger, Don Williams, James H. Witt, Kinsey P. Wilson, Clifford E. VanLoon, Gustaaf A. SPECIALS Foster, Anne L. Foster, Walter f - ■ %y ; Im If .i Norma Huffman, Mrs. James Fitzpatrick, Barbara Scheftler, Mrs. Rankin Hudson, Noveita Trotter, Mrs. Jack Houts, Mrs. Dick Johnson, Ann Delozier, Mrs. Levis Hampton, Bob Dail, Mr. James Fitzpatrick, Bob Irwin, Mr. Dick Johnson, Scotty Tinney, Mr. Levis Hampton, Mr. J. Van B. Coc, Mr. G. A. Yates, Mrs. A. H. Myers. PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL The Pan-Hellenic Council functions as the co-ordinating agency for the fraternal organizations of the college. Presidents of each fraternity and sorority, their sponsors and two faculty representatives appointed by the president of the college make up its membership. The Dean of Students serves as co-ordinator of Pan-Hellenic. E. G. Rogers, Sue Hart, Betty White, Bill Ad ' ams, Ann Hicks, Erma Lady, Scotty Tinney, Barbara Schettler, Bill Kelso, Sally Martin, Virginia Patrick, Jimmy King, Lois Kimsey, Barbara Conner, Betty Shetterly, Phillip Watkins, Laura Riner, Connie Garner. THE NOCATULA STAFF Sponsor — E. G. Rogers, Editor — Sue Hart, Associate Editor — Betty White, Business Manager — Jimmy King, School Photographer — Bill Adams. I should like to express my apprecia- tion to the Bulldog Staff and the entire stu- dent body for the wonderful cooperation which I have received in editing the Bull- dog. The Bulldog has been a splendid asset to the school this year, and this would not have been possible without the efficient staff which I have had the pleasure of work- Jane Martin, Billy Watts, Dannv Hays, Mary Helen Heatherly, Kay Margraves, Philip Watkins, Helen Johnston, Joe Harris, Margaret Kesterson, Joan Spires, Bill Kelso, Bob Dail, Dail Carnes, Bob Smith, Sergio Bob Wallace Editor Alice Jo Gilliam Assistant Editor Joan Epperson Business Manager Mrs. Levis Hampton Sponsor ing with. I would also like to thank Mrs. Hampton, our sponsor, for her personal in- terest and perseverance. I have come to the conclusion that it takes the whole student body, working together with the staff to pro- duce a fine paper such as the Bulldog of Tennessee Wesleyan College. Editor — Bob Wallace Leon, Louise Norwood, Leia Amerine, Janette Cheek, Lois Kimsey, Hubert Blackburn, Hilda Remine, Betty White, Bill Crump, Norma Huffman, Maxine Arm- strong. Jane Ann Harrison, Doris Inman, Lawrence Clark, Philip Watkins, Ann Hicks, Pat Isenhower, Hilda Remine, Pat Cheek, Jackie Randall, Jane Martin, Mrs. Claryse Myers — Librarian. Connie Garner, Sophie Shadow, Janice Hixson, Pat Cheek, Sarah Kinser, Laura Riner. ART CLUB LIBRARY ASSISTANTS i ! MUSIC AT TWC Charlene Haney Accompanist % %V THE CHOIR Both in classroom and out, the college furnishes excellent opportunities to culti- vate and enjoy all of one ' s musical talents and abilities. The College Choir, under the direction of Professor Jack Houts, has acquired an enviable reputation for having a complete repertoire of skillfully presented, highly en- tertaining, musical numbers with which the Choir has delighted audience s throughout the Southeast. They have appeared with the Chatta- nooga Symphony Chorus and Orchestra in their presentation of outstanding works Each spring the choir presents an outstand- ing musical production in its entirely, the last two being Victor Herbert ' s Broadway hit, " The Red Mill " and Sigmund Romberg ' s " The Desert Song. " Leia Amerine, Ann Hicks, Jimmie King, Alice Jo Gilliam, Phillip Watkins, Roger Sheen, Ann Delozier, Maxine Armstrong, Scotty Tinney, Harold ' McMahan, Bob Dail, Jane Martin, Novieta Trotter, Barbara Schettler, Margaret Kesterson, Martha Taylor, Danny Hays, Bill Crump, Punk Blackburn, Joan Anthony, Jimmie Knowles, Janice Millican, Kay Margrave, Mar- garet Wright, Sue Padgett, Elizabeth Potts, Debbie Smail, Marian Souder, Jean Sharp, Carolyn Robertson, Mabry Holt, Sam Taylor, Ernest Tupper, Buddy Atta- way, Betty McMahan, Phyllis Britton, Dan McElroy, Virginia Patrick, Janice Hixson, Ronald Crabtree. They have also made outstanding musi- cal contributions wherever they have ap- peared in both sacred and secular programs in churches, auditoriums and on the radio, singing before some 85,000 people from West Virginia to Florida. STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION n r. II. Ilbll, M Jimmie Knowles, Janice Millican, Philip Watkins, Lois Kimsey, Jimmie King, Virginia Patrick, Charlotte Griffeth, Jean Guinn, Nelle Rose Kinshaw, Norma Jean Huffman, Sue Padgett, Wynelle Harris, Hilda Remine, Marion Essary, Rose Lynn Duff, Mr. Meyers, Shirley Slemmons, Connie Garner, Joan Anthony, Doris Weary, Ann Delozier, Jane Martin, Bob Irwin, Bob Smith, Betty Guess, Pat Cheek, Evelyn McCown, Doris Inman, Joan Gardner, Margaret Kesterson, Laura Riner, Barbara Schettler, Jerry Vaughan, Fay Templin, Sarah Rowan, Roger Sheen, Janice Hixson, Betty Haney, Noveita Trotter, Bill Crump, Hank Grcseclose, Mr. Honaker, Dale Carnes, Max Allison, Bill Adams, Ernest Tupper, Bob Dail, Ronald Crabtree, Mr. Donner. RELIGION - A WAY OF LIFE AT TWC Tennessee Wesleyan recognizes the importance of the study of religion, and in accord with this purpose, the religious pro- gram is full and enriching. Every Thursday morning we meet for chapel services dedi- cated exclusively to Christian Worship. The churches of Athens welcome us for partici- pation in their services. LIFE SERVICE VOLUNTEERS Bill Adams, Joan Anthony, Max Allison, Bill Crump, Lawrence Clark, Rose Lynn Duff, Marion Essary, Joan Gardner, Henry Groseclose, Betty Guess, Betty Haney, Wynelle Harris, Bob Irwin, Doris Inman, Margaret Kesterson, Jimmie Knowles, Betty Martin, Jane Mar- tin, Janice Millican, Ralph Nunley, Virginia Patrick, Sara Rowan, Roy Scroggins, Roger Sheen, Bob Smith, Faye Templin, Noveita Trotter, Harding Watten- barger, Harry Williams, A. H. Myers, Carl Honaker. WESLEYAN FELLOWSHIP Margaret Kesterson, Marion Essary, Connie Garner, Ann Delozier, Pat Cheek, Charlotte Griffith, Geral- dine Vaughn, Ann Ramsey, Jean Guinn, Nell Rose Hinshaw, Betty Haney, Doris Weary, Pat Isenhower, Joan Anthony, Doris Inman, Ann Hicks, LeIa Amerine, Jane Martin, Leatha Shadow, Sophie Shadow, Charlene Haney, Kay Margrave, Margaret Wright, Noveita Trotter, Lois Kimsey, Evelyn McCown, Mary Etta Baker, Shirley Slemmons, Sue Padgett, Jimmie Know- les, Janice Millican, Rose Lynn Duff, Betty Guess, Wy- nelle Harris, Carolyn Hixson, Mrs. E. A. Brubaker, Joan Gardner, Faye Templin, BOYS ' LETTER CLUB Moss Beecroft, Charles Stone, Frank Barton, Lee As- bury. Bob Dail, Bill Buchanan, Lee Willet, Jack Cloud, Frank Henson, W.. L. Swafford, Dick Fry, Lynn P gh, Paul Sliger, Dale Carnes, Don Wattenbarger, Pete Wilson, Billy Walker, Robert Alexander, Jimmy Wade, Bo Witt, Bob McMillan, Bill Kelso, Gene McHaffery, Jimmy Owenby. GIRLS ' LETTER CLUB Lois Kimsey, Mary Etta Baker, Noveita Trotter, Jane Martin. " F ' 1 1 . 1 • ' d " » i 1 1 i 1 ■ 1 fl ' 1 i W ' 1 .j1 11 ' ll •- - S| irk ' tjS ; ' W H E Ht ft ' H fei ' S.-;,. i T ' S Alice Jo Gilliam, President; Margaret Kesterson, Jimmy King, Eugene Mehaffey, Noveita Trotter, Betty Martin, Janette Cheek, Laura Riner, Reporter; Connie Garner, Treasurer; Charlotte Griffith, Bob Irwin, Wayne Allen, Vice President; Marion Essary, Secre- tary; Sponsor, Mr. Douglas. PHI THETA KAPPA Phi Theta Kappa is a Junior College Honorary Scholastic Society, the objects of which are to promote scholarship, to develop character, and to cultivate fellowship among the students of the junior colleges of the United States. Cast 129 ScoHy Tinney, Secretary-Treasurer; Margaret Kester- son, Philip Watkins, Reporter; Jane Martin, Sophie Shadow, Ann Hicks, Laura Riner, President; Harold McMahan, Henry Groseclose, Bob Irwin, Vice Presi- dent; Sponsor, Levis Hampton. DELTA PSI OMEGA The 129th cast of Delta Psi Omega functions as the honorary dramatic organization of the College, Its members consist of the students who have had major roles in the plays and the musicals presented on the campus. " The Night of January 16th " , under the direction of Professor Levis H. Hampton was one of the major productions given last year. Jane Ann Morrison, Hazel Layman, Geraldine Vaughn, Jeanette Cheek, Ann Ramsey, Marcia McClary, Jean Guinn, Nell Rose Hinshaw, Betty Haney, Doris Weary, Pal- isenhower, Joan Anthony, Lila Henne, Doris In- man, Phyllis Britton, Josie Keith, Inez Riddle, Jane Burnette, Hazel Caldwell. ZETA MU EPSILON ZETA MU EPSILON Ann Delozier President- Pat Cheek Vice President Connie Garner Treasurer Charlotte Griffith Secretary Mrs. Levis Hampton Sponsor Mrs. H fflpton, Ann r» I Mrs. Jack Houfs, Mrs. Dick Johnson Co-Sponsors Evelyn McCown, Lois Kimsey, Sara Rowan, Joan Spires, Sally Snyder, Debbie Small, Nancy Davis, Marion Souder, Polly McCuin, Mary Etta Baker, Mary Alice Gose, Shirley Slemmons, Doris London, Sue Padgett, Jimmie Knowles, Janice Millican, Jean Sharp, Caro- lyn Robertson, Helen Johnston. KAPPA DELTA PHI KAPPA DELTA PHI Noveifa TroHer President Alice Jo Gilliam Vice President Marion Essary Secretary Margaret Kesterson Treasurer ■r JJTKr- " - ' - -v Leia Amerine, Joan Epperson, Jane Martin, Laura Riner, Leatha Shadow, Sophie Shadow, Margaret Sher- lin, Margaret Amburn, Iris Tropp, Betty White, Bar- bara Dodson, Charlenc Haney, Mary Helen Heatherly, Sherry Heriot, Shirley Holt, Sally Martin, Kay Mar- grave, Betty Lou Neal, Betty Schetterly, Joan Snyder, Elizabeth Potts, Margaret Wright. SIGMA IOTA CHI SIGMA IOTA CHI Barbara Schettler President Ann Hicks Vice President Sue Hart Secretary Erma Lady Treasurer Mrs. Rankin Hudson Sponsor Wynelle Harris, Carolyn Hixson, J anice Hixson, Vir- Conner, Myra Walkup, Itzsalle Hannah, Connie ginia Patrick, Nancy Kelso, Hilda Remine, Barbara McDonald. ETA UPSILON GAMMA ETA UPSILON GAMMA Betty Martin President Norma Huffman Vice President Maxine Armstrong Treasurer Martha Taylor Secretary Mrs. James Fitzpatrick Sponsor f rma Huffman, Mrs. Fitxpatricic ob Irwin, Mr. Johns ETA IOTA TAU lli i7i " President Bob Wallace Vice President i?,t " " ,1 Treasurer B.lly Walker Secretary Mr. D,ck Johnson Sp„nso, Bob Smith, Phillip Watkins, Billy Watts, Hank Grose- close, Lawarence Clark, Ronald Crabtree, Jack New- gent, Danny Hayes, Ernest Tuooer, J. D. Garrett, Sa Taylor. 1 n Bi «? iBB diima l aHBfli i THETA SIGMA CHI Bob Dail President Bill Kelso Vice President Wayne Allen Secretary and Treasurer Mr. James Fitrpatrick Sponsor Mr. Fitzpatrick, Bob Dail Dale Carnes, Eugene Mehaftey, Elbert Bowman, Mor- ris Beecroft, Bill Fullam, Frank Henson, Jerry Moody, Buddy McMillian, James McQuain, Charles Stone, Ken Rogers. THETA SWEETHEART Alice Jo Gilliam PHI SIGMA NU Scotty Tinney President Punk Blackburn Vice President Harold MacMahan Treasurer Jimmy King Secretary Mr. Levis H. Hampton Sponsor Hampton, Scotty Tinney Buddy Attaway, Sergio Leon, Johnnv McKenzie, Lee Duckett, James Guffey, Horace Randall, Bill Adams, Dick Cleveland, Bill Crump, Stanley Kningt, Mabry Holt, W. L. Swafford, David Kirk, Ted Rogers. PHI SIG DREAM GIRL Ann Hicks V-. V K . ' T :».:? vi )- % _- irP i.na - ' " " " rr ; ' ' «r:. ' ' ? - .4» i:i::r - ' . ' --■ ' ' ' ! - -; Pi -T ' • 1 - TT t I » k-i 11 ... IHb f if «i|HE |.: ;!! ' ■ ' IB m iiH ' " fc i SENIOR BEAUTY Leia Amerine f I ¥« 1 JUNIOR BEAUTY Shirley Slemons • V( ,i ! i ! 1 i ' ■ Q C i % 4 v.! ! i f h y FOOTBALL QU EEN Helen Johnston CigHi Attendants — Margaret Sherlin and Barbara Dodson TWC ' S HANDSOMEST Lynn Pugh Ronald Crabtree 70 ' 4. 7i BEST PERSONALITY Jane Martin Bob Irwin MOST ATHLETIC Lois Kimsey Dale Carnes BEST DRESSED Ins Tropp Hubert Blackburn BEST ALL AROUND Noveita Trotter Scotty Tinney " " " ' L ' KELY TO SUCCEeT Marion Essary tugene Mehaffey PST FRIENDLY ' ' Jo Gilliam Bob Dai I MOST TALENTED Margaret Kesterson Jimmy King MOST POPULAR Ann Hicks Philip Watkins J J JJHJ J ! " a:%r: ; : " r-— ..t.- -.- •-■ s- - W;-; Front Row: Don Wattenbarger, Pete Wilson, Bifly Walker, Sox Alexander, Jimmie Wade, Bo Witt, Bobby Jo MacMillan. 2nd Row: Doak Willett, Jack Cloud, Frank Henson, W. L. Swafford, Dick Frye, Horce Randall, Lynn Pugh, Paul Sliger, Hubert Mays, Dale Carnes. 3rd Row: Coach Hudson, Duncan Rawls, Charlie Stone, Frank Burton, Danny Hays, Lee Asbury, Bob Dail, Tuffy Bowman, Jimmie Watkins, Red Bu- chanan, Don Pardue, Bill Kelso. BULLDOGS ON THE GRIDIRON The T. W. C Bulldogs fought their way to the Co-Championship of the South- eastern Jr College Conference Although the season did not get under way until Oct. 6, a week after practice began they only dropped two games for the season. One to a Senior College and the other to the Co- Champs of the conference who met the Bulldogs on their first game of the season. Due to the fact that there are a number of freshmen remaining on the squal, T. W. C. should field a powerful eleven for the com- ing season. T. W. C. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1951 WE OPPONENT THEY 14 Hiwassee 24 33 Middle Georgia 13 41 West Georgia 20 Mars Hill 6 Carson-Newman 37 14 Hiwassee 6 15 U-T Junior 6 143 86 u I L. to R.: Manager Dale Carnes, Leslie Vance, Charles Stone, Morris Beecroft, Jimmy Weatherford, Don Patrick, Lloyd Daugherty, David Kirk, Lee As- bury, Jack Owenby. (Center of picture) Coach Hud- son, Captain Gene Mehaffey. BULLDOGS ON THE HARDWOOD BOYS ' BASKETBALL RECORD WE OPPONENT THEY 61 Berry College 88 72 Berry College 74 64 Young Harris 63 45 Martin College 53 38 Martin College 58 59 Young Harris 70 57 Hi ' wassee 72 60 U. of Ga. Ext. 61 82 Maryville 47 69 Mars Hill 57 85 Martin College 52 69 Martin College 54 64 Sue Bennett 68 42 Lindsey Wilson 54 60 Vol All-Stars 55 53 Hiwassee 80 53 Mars Hill 50 49 U. of Ga. Ext. 56 78 Lindsey Wilson 65 66 Sue Bennett 69 65 Hiwassee 81 58 Maryville Won 9 — Lost 13 92 L. to R.: Joe Harris, Gene Mehaffey, Dean Coe, Morris Beecroff, Billy Watts. BULLDOGS AT THE NET The T. W. C. netmen went to the semi- finals and finals of the Southeastern Jr. Col- lege Tournament. Butch Lowder reached the finals of the men ' s singles and he and Gene Mehaffey went to the semifinals of the double ' s division. With three returning let- termen and the addition of talented fresh- men the hopes for the ' 52 season shines brightly. 1 1 B L. to R. — Front Row: Mananer Betty White, Mari- etta Baker, Jean Guinn, Lois Kimsey, Bettye Haney, Barbara Dodson. Second Row: Laura Riner, Doris London, Doris Weary, Coach Coe, Vita Mae Clayton Joan Snyder, Jimmie Knowles. (Not Pictured Betty Jo Barnette.) GIRLS ' BASKETBALL GIRLS ' BASKETBALL RECORD WE OPPONENT THEY 23 McMinn High 28 26 Martin College 51 30 Martin College 53 38 Hiwassee College 42 55 East Tenn. State 59 37 Martin College 46 33 Martin College 35 39 Hiwassee 40 43 McMinn High 32 43 East Tenn. 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