Tennessee Wesleyan College - Nocatula Yearbook (Athens, TN)
- Class of 1968
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: H ' -f ' .■■■■ ' m i . V ' fi. ' ' .l - ' M Ar :. NOCATULA 1968 Tennessee Wesleyan College Athens, T( nnessee Dollic ( ' alitor. Dick r K I anack ■1- . HBaiE -- -y yy-: i , ' R ■:r ' P- Yesterday . . ■Ely it V ' . ■ ' ii- ' :■■ ftiiiiuj- ' j-w. and failure, laughter and tears, good times and bad. Another year of the people and places and events which mold Wesleyan, and by which we are molded at Wesleyan. The warmth of friendships, the wealth of intellectual treasure, and the wonder of youth — set in an atmosphere of stately beauty — have blended for over a century to create a heritage unsurpassed. This is the past on which Wesleyan was built, and it is on the remembrance of days past that we build the present. Today . . . a time of glittering dreams, bittersweet memories, visions of a shining future. Today we remember yesterday and plan for tomorrow as we strive together to uphold the standards of those who came before us. An ever-changing curriculum to meet the demands of an ever-changing world, a unity of individuals in classes and a strong student body, leaders and followers all working together to make ours an active campus. Spirit, high ideals, activities, scholastics, fun, a place for every- one — simple things, but things which make today. And today holds promise for tomorrow. sr fciJ;n7 Tomorrow . . . the product of both yesterday and today which lies before us as a challenge. This challenge of the future demands our utmost efforts in mind and body as we seek to be worthy of the college we attend. We face a new world, a world of technolo- gical innovations, different traditions, and a changing society. This is the new world toward whicli Wesleyan advances, and the tomorrow for which we prepare our- selves here. The path to the future is illuminated by the light of learning, and it is this path we follow as we walk from the shadows of yesterday to the brilliance of tomorrow. And when the shadow fades and is no more, the liffht that lingers becomes shadow to another light. — Kahlil Gibran B iiin . iiiiii . ■ SiS ill ■■■J ► 10 II 12 Yesterday . . . and a score of yesterdays . . . and the past. A year has gone — a year 6T " suFcess and faihire, laughter and tears, good times and bad. Another year of the people and places and events which mold Wesleyan, and by which we are molded at Wes- leyan. The warmth of friendships, the wealth of intellectual treasure, and the won- der of youth — set in an atmosphere of stately beauty — have blended for over a century to create a heritage unsurpassed. This is the past on which Wesleyan was built, and it is on the remembrance of days past that we build the present. people and places SGA Officers 14 and events . Bulldogs win VSAC and go on to national tournament. 15 May Queen 1967 Diane Coffey, May Queen 16 Greek Weekend 1967 Sharon Walter, Greek Queen 17 Spring Show 18 ?? Camelot ?ri 19 stately beauty 20 21 22 TRUSTEE, BENEFACTOR, FRIEND Harley G. Fowler . . . a rare man, a man dedicated and devoted to students and Tennessee Wesleyan College. With enthusiastic interest in literary and debate societies, Mr. Fowler ' s scholastic days prepared him well for success. Among his many accomplishments were two in which he took special pride — his trusteeship of this College and his presidency of the Ten- nessee Bar Association. With a firm conviction that education should include not only broad scholarship in books, but critical thought and the arts, he molded his life. It was this philosophy and his interest in Wesleyan, evidenced by the Florence Badger Fowler Lecture Series and Lucy Hornsby Fowler Hall, which made Harley G. Fowler such an invaluable member of our Board of Trastees. Harley G. Fowler never forgot us, and we cannot forget him. 23 . . . and on the remembrance of days past we build the present . . . • " " " rr n F a. 24 a time of glittering dreams, bittersweet memories, visions of a shining future. Today we remember yesterday and plan for tomorrow as we strive together to up- hold th e standards of those who came before us. An ever-changing curriculum to meet the demands of an ever-changing world, a unity of individuals in classes and a strong student body, leaders and followers all working together to make ours an active campus. Spirit, high ideals, activities, scholastics, fun, a place for every- one — simple things, but things which make today. And today holds promise for tomorrow. _Jll Ur fill Administration DR. CHARLES C. TURNER, JR., President ■ 1 ■ n M ■ ' II ■ H p 1 1 flK in Hi ili 1 EH V ■ Bin ■H H ' " IK BOARD OF TRUSTEES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE— Grover C. Graves, Robert L. Wilcox, William C. Walkup, Hershel B. Abshire, William D. Sullins, Harry W. Brooks, F. Heisse Johnson. Astor L. Jenkins, Robert H. Powers, Jackson C. Kramer, Charles C. Turner, Jr., Felmont F. Eaves, Edgar A. Eldridge (not pictured: R. Frank Porter, Raymond C. Campbell, Paul R. Dodd, James S. Franks, Ernest C. Newton, William S. Steele, Marquis J. Triplett, W. Ray Webb.) Memer-Pfeiffer Library Tennessee Wesleyan Colleg ' Kt T TOOMBS H. KAY, JR. B.A., B.D., Ph.D. Dean of Academics WALTER L. DARBY, JR. B.S., M.B.A. Business Manager ALTON L. SMITH B.S., M.S. Registrar 28 M. CLIFTON SMITH B.S., M.S. Director of Admissions CAROLYN F. STALEY B.S., M.S. Dean of Women FLOYD E. BOWLING A.B., M.S., Ed.D. Dean of Students ALAN MITCHELL B.S. Director of Publicity MARY NELLE GRAVES Administrative Secretary 29 ts ? Faculty an ever-changing curriculum . . . 30 English MARY RUTH MILLER B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English GENEVIEVE WIGGINS A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of English DORIS JONES B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of English DONALD KNIGHT B.A., M.A. Instructor of English EILEEN WORTHEN B.S., M.S. Instructor of English GENE WORTHEN B.F.A., M.S. Speech and Theatre 31 Reli igion JACK WILSON B.A., B.D., Ph.D. Professor of Religion ROBERT L. IRWIN B.A., B.D., S.T.M. Assistant Professor of Religion TOOMBS H. KAY BA., B.D., PI1.D. Professor of Religion and Philosophy Psychology-Sociology H. NEWTON MALONY A.B., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Psychology ROGER WARE B..S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Psychology 33 CARL B. HONAKER RICHARD M. JOHNSON BUDD L. DUNCAN B.S., M.S., Ph.D. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. B.A., M.S. Professor of Chemistry Professor of Biology Associate Professor and Physics of Chemistry ( y JOHN J. SCHALLER RUTH BISHOP ELDON BONDS B.S., M.S. B.A., M.S. B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor Instructor in Instructor in Biology of Physics Biology Sciences W. CHARLES SALLIS B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History LEO M. SABOTA B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Political Science THOMAS J. BAKER A.B., M.A. Instructor in History WILLIAM S. COUVILLION B.A., M.A. Instructor in History History and Political Science Mathematics FLOYD E. BOWLING A.B., M.S., Ed.D. Professor of Mathematics C. COURTNEY SENN B.S., M.A.T. Assistant Professor of Mathematics J. ANDREW ARCHER B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics NORMA JEAN ABBOTT B.S., M.S. Instructor in Mathematics 36 Business Administration Economics HARRY M. STARK B.A., Ph.D. Professor of Economics and Business Administration J. VAN B. COE B. T. HUTSON WALTER L. DARBY MARY ROSE ROBINSON A.B., M.A. B.S., M.S. B.S., M.B.A. B.S., M.S. Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor of Instructor in of Economics and of Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration Government 37 Foreign Languages WILLIAM H. ARCHER B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages WALTER F. MASON B.S., M.S., B.D. Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages Art and Music RONALD R. MANLEY B.S., M.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Music ROBERT M. JOLLY B.F.A., M.F.A. Assistant Professor of Art HARRYLYN G. SALLIS B.M., M.M. Assistant Professor of Music DALE R. SPARLIN B.M., M.M. Instructor in Organ Education A-r - DORCAS FERGUSON B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Education J. EMERICK NAGY B.S., A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Professor of Education HERBERT NEFF B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Education 40 Physical Education M. CLIFTON SMITH B.S., M.S. Director of Athletics DWAIN FARMER B.S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Coach ELIZABETH A. KEIRN B.S., M.S. Instructor in Health and Physical Education .i :: SUZANNA D. MALONEY A.B. Instructor in Physical Education 41 LOUISE HARMS B.S., B.S. in L.S. Assistant Professor of Library Science and Librarian Library MAGGIE ENSMINGER Reference Assistant VERA COE Assistant Librarian ELIZABETH REED Cataloging Assistant KATHLEEN CRABTREE Secretary to Librarian WANOKA SIDES Audio-Visual Assistant 42 EVELYN M. BOWLING Secretary to Dean of Students ROBBIE ENSMINGER Secretary to President L. JOYCE EVERETT Secretary to Director of Admissions VIRGINIA WALKER Receptionist CHARLOTTE WASHINGTON Secretary to Registrar BARBARA WIMBERLY Secretary to Business Manager 43 45 46 . a strong student body I I mjMiti s activities 48 49 50 a place for everyone Fowler and Goodson Lecture Series bring distinguished personalities to our campus. Marvin Kalb Charles Collingwood 1 Eleanor Steber Charles Malik 52 Professional companies perform. The Comedy of Errors 53 Mr. Ugly Alex Buttram, Mr. Ugly 54 Susan Weaver, Gents ' Night Queen Gents ' Night 55 All-Sing 56 57 f ? Taming of the Shrew • •) 58 rr The Haunting ' ) ' ) 59 THIgfflNTnSi Spring Show JLX_ -I ( I -J ... r (?(? 110 in the Shade " 61 H ■ ■ 1 H H H I b 1 . 1 K H ■ H H f J " •«( S U flJ mH m ViH[ fl H KiM J| A 4 - JH rl Ur M l j H mm 11 ' -1 M gS H tr 1 K VU Hr l J IBKl ' 1 c 1 VH r , H 1 1 ba F. - 1 II 1 1 V Pozo Seco Singers and Town Criers appear. 62 ; ;2- ••?. 1 .4SL »- w. r Men ' s Intramurals Victors . . . Phi Sigma Kappa 65 mm JL. 66 Women ' s Intramurals 67 Volleyball Winners . . . Alpha Xi Delta 68 Basketball and Softball Winners Independents 69 i ' 4 I ' • » -» m TEAM MEMBERS: Bill Warden, Jim Hamilton, Bobby Davis, Ronnie Turner, Clyde Abernathy, Dicky Slack, Bobby Ferguson, Mike Olinger, Hurman Shelton, Wendell Huskey, Ronnie Barry, Gene Raymer, Jim Stewart, Bobby Shorter, Rex Whaley. p THE SEASON " l Belmont 75 72 Albany State 77 1 66 Florence State 60 I 81 Cumberland 72 74 Milligan 68 79 Kentucky State 74 93 Berry 74 99 Tusculum 64 1 88 Milligan 69 82 Georgia Southern 72 56 Georgetown 79 58 Chattanooga 52 f 90 Cumberland 69 66 Georgetown 68 I 72 Carson-Newman 76 1; 92 King 57 ; 94 L.M.U. 74 55 Belmont 48 [: 64 Tusculum 62 : 63 Cars on-Newman 65 60 King 59 77 L.M.U. 66 : 50 Chattanooga 52 73 Georgia Southern 79 [ 79 Christian Brothers 68 f 58 Union 80 Basketball Graduate of Wesleyan — Four-year letterman in basketball — Total career points (1,732) and career scoiung (19.9) were records until this year — M.A. at University of Tennessee — Rec- ord of 62 wins in three years, two VSAC titles. District 24 NAIA crown and quarter- finals of National NAIA and finals speak for his coaching ability — One of the most out- standing individuals ever to associate with Wes- leyan sports — Has brought Wesleyan to peak in area basketball since his arrival — Educator and gentleman — Dwain Farmer COACH DWAIN FARMER Bulldog Leaders CAPTAIN BOBBY DAVIS Named to NAIA All-American team for two consecutive years — Second team NAIA All- tourney in National Tourney — All-District 24 team two years — Most Valuable Player, Dis- trict 24, in 1966 — Only player to be selected AU-VSAC for four years— Most Valuable Play- er, Eastern Division past two years — All-VSAC Tourney last two years — Starter on Wesleyan teams for four years — Leading team scorer all four years — Holds school record for most points scored, most field goals scored, most free throws scored — One of Wesleyan ' s greatest players — Bobby Davis 72 %m4 CLYDE ABERNATHY Forward Cartersville, Ga. RONNIE BARRY Forward Oliver Springs, Tenn. BOBBY DAVIS Guard Falls of Rough, Ky. BOBBY FERGUSON Forward Chattanooga, Tenn. 73 M REX WHALEY Guard Gatlinburg, Tenn. A, GENE RAYMER Forward Kingston, Tenn. k r MIKE OLUNCER Center Pennington Gap, Va. V g di ' 1 BOBBY SHORTER ' " ' Guard - ;; Lexington, Ky. 74 [ WENDELL HUSKEY Forward Gatlinburg, Tenn. - w 1 V. J BILL WARDEN Guard Bluff City, Tenn. DICKY SLACK Forward Decatur, Tenn. JIM HAMILTON Guard Harriman, Tenn. RONNIE TURNER Guard Crossville, Tenn. r- ■. 76 78 79 Golf Team members Bob Lemons, Jody McKenry, Mike Kyker and Coach Dwain Farmer watch Van Johnson drive off first tee. Team captain Jody McKenry lines up putt on 18th green. ' ■i ' • ' A ' • , .}. ™ . T ' " y ' .t., ..— ' . iC JL 82 Mike Kyker rolls putt toward hole. r;,«f1 . " - T :■-.:.:■■ -w ■ ' ■-•■ - ■ ' ■ ' --.■■■ ' ' -■-■. - ' ■•-■■■ ■■ ' ■ .. .-.■■;■•, . r ' -wi Members watch as Bob Lemons looks over short putt. Jody McKenry receives assistance on stubborn putt. 83 TEAM MEMBERS: Finley Moses, Wayne Penniman, Stan Jones, Kelly Payne, Alvin Lerner, Don Corey, Alan Cornelius, Larry Bender, Coach Van Coe (center). Tennis ALAN CORNELIUS— r -JgA«;— team cap- tain. No. 1 VSAC champion, teamed with Moses for No. 1 doubles championship. FINLEY MOSES— VSAC No. 4 singles champion and No. 1 doubles champ. 84 WAYNE PENNIMAN— VSAC No. 2 singles cham- pion, No. 2 doubles champ. DON COREY— VSAC No. 3 singles champ, No. 3 doubles victor. STAN JONES— VSAC No. 6 singles champ, No. 3 doubles titlist. Bulldogs Sweep Way to VSAC Championship LARRY BENDER, No. 2 doubles champ. . KELLY PAYNE L ' m : CHEERLEADERS: Debbie Hirsch, Ann Fleenor, Carol Perk- ins, Diane Coffey, Donna Daley, Shar- on Walter, Brenda George, mascots Deb- bie and Misty Farm- 86 Cheerleaders 87 Student Government Association Vice-President: Charles Lenox Treasurer: Rufus Triplett Secretary: Doris Smith President: Collin Lord Wesleyan ' s Student Government Association shows responsible leadership and dedicated interest to the student body. It continues its growth in responsibility and leadership as its members show interest and maturity in student government. One of its services is bringing to Wesleyan quality entertainment. SENIOR Pres.: Larry Huskey F.Pres..- Hugh Neil Girl Rep.: Robin Lee Boy Rep. : Mike Ray JUNIOR Pres. : Don Nation F. P -ei.;MikeGaither Girl Rep. : Dottie Verble Boy Rep. : Don Best SOPHOMORE Pres.: Steve Seneker V. Pres. : Carol Mooney Girl Rep.: Donna Daley Boy Rep. : Bill Thompson FRESHMAN Pres. : Tom Clark V. Pres. : George Painter (Not Pictured) Girl Rep. : Linda Zirkle Boy Rep. : Worley Fain and Rick Overton Ambassadors The Ambassadors are outstanding students chosen to act as official hosts to visitors. The Ambassadors also aid the Admissions Office by participating in high school visi- tation projects. AMBASSADORS: Buddy Parker, Margaret Edds, Steve McArthur, Dottie Verble, Gail Brown, George Painter, Rufus Trip- lett, Robin Lee, Becky WiUiite, Alan Cornelius, Sharon Walter, Bill Buss, Donna Daley. 90 MEMBERS: Charles Lenox, Randy Martin, Jim Jenkins, Buford Hankins, Eddie String- er, Collin Lord, Mark McKnight. Spencer Boardman, Worley Fain, AI Vogelsang, Jim Abernathy, Buddy Parker, Ken Allen, Barry Saunders. Mike Gaither, Ann Eleanor, Walt Dobson, Don Corey, Alan Cornelius, Steve Ray, Stewart Clements. Circle K Circle K is a club based on the principles of the American- Canadian way of life and is designed to encourage leadership, citizenship and personal initiative. Membership to Circle K is selective in that only those with the most desirable personal char- acteristics and promise of usefulness to the campus and com- munity are chosen. 91 Tennessee Wesleyan College Choir Wesleyan is proud of its outstanding choir which has been a tribute to the school in its many tours and concerts. The choir is directed by Dr. Ronald Manley and ac- companied by Sharon Walter and Nancy Boone. Tom Meade, president. 92 ' iirtSf! L - l j Randy Martin, Rufus Triplett, Glenn Stetler, Jeff Garbow, Tom Meade. Charles Hogan, Dick Parrack, Eric Kosche, Sharon Blakley, Fred Zeigler, Bill Steger, Bill Tapp. Jim Jenkins, Rob Contryman, Nancy Boone, Cecelia Blackburn, Wain Weaver, Diane Werner, Marianna Dickert, Judy Jenkins, Nancy Cotter, Joan Kite, Robin Lee, Delores Crumm, Barbara Ward, Darlynn Benavides, Leslie Ann Strange, Ann Wright, Jennifer Jennings, Sharon Walter, Sylvia Idom, Debbie Hirsch. 93 Pi Kappa Delta The Debate Team is in its seventh year of intercollegiate competition. The debaters spent a busy year arguing the pros and cons in tournaments all over the South. Margaret Edds, Don Shrader, Stanley Jones W.A.A. The Women ' s Athletic Association is organized to encourage voluntary ath- letic programs and group sports for women, and is also the advisor of the intramural programs for girls. Badmin- ton, volleyliall, jjasketball, archery, ten- nis, ping pong, and softball are among the sports in which W. A. A. partici- pates. Elaine Reeverts, Mary Pitts, Jo Arnold, Dianna Breeden, Cathy Graves, Brenda George, Marge Hallberg. Charlotte Shelton, Kathy Breedlove, Betty Brantley, Susie Swanson, Susan Weaver. 94 Women ' s Governing Board OFFICERS: Virginia Riddle, Elwynn Harrison, Sara Jo Card, Debbie Chilcote. The Women ' s Governing Board worked with Dean Staley to give each girl a voice in decisions concerning dormitory rules and regulations, (above). Psychology Club The Psychology Club is newly formed for those interested in the study of the hu- man mind and its reaction. Marsharee Chastain, Kay Arnold, Freddie Ann Jones, Dr. Malony, Alan Cornelius, Cynthia Malone, Patsy Hampton, Stan Jones. Al Vogelsang, Harold Maready, Mike Walker, Linda Bonds, Alberta Johnson. 95 Donna Daley, Tom Meade, Kay Greever, Charlotte Shelton, Jo Arnold, Hugh Neil, Larry Huskey, Alex Buttram, Becky Wilhite, Nancy Boone. SCA The Student Christian Association meets once a week for study and services of worship. The Association has several campus, community and world projects. 96 Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda is a national or- ganization for students at the college and university level who are preparing for careers in business, industry, or business education. B.S.U. The Baptist Student Union is an or- ganization which unites the Baptist stu- dents in fellowship. The BSU helps the student develop a deeper relationship with the church and helps with lead- ership where needed in community churches. Delta Rho Mu Delta Rho Mu is an honorary society for students majoring or minoring in music. Membership is maintained by keeping a 3.0 average in the department and by a point system of activities con- tributing to the general musical life of the campus. Bill Schnauffer, Virginia Chism, Virginia Riddle, Ted Pless, Skip Cahill, Lee Bandy, Phil Wynne, Morgan Hotaling, Gordon Michaels, Rod Quails, Patsy Hampton, Pam Brown, Carl Christ. Wanda Carter, Ann Wright, Carolyn Smith, Virginia Chism, Pam Brown, Kay Barnett, Aline Michaels, Jerry Rains, Gordon Michaels, Mary Robinson, Julian Suggs, Cathy Crouch, Brenda Van Der Cammen. I 5i p 1 J ■ 1 1 i .1 1 ip ■ - f 1 1 Mrs. Harrilyn Sallis, Ann Wright, Sara Jo Card, Phylis Byrum, Janice Butt, Nancy Boone, Barbara Ward, Marianna Dickert, Sharon Blakley. 97 Chi Rho Chi Rho is an organization composed of stu- dents who are entering or considering a church-re- lated vocation. The club meets monthly for fellow- ship and discussion to better acquaint members with various responsibilities they will face in their vocations, (right) Marsharee Chastain, Scherry Vickery, Miss Wiggins, Priscilia Stone, Karen Grubb, Lourinda Bray, Patti Luttrell, Jim Reinhardt, Stewart Clements, Mr. Wor- then, Jim Bates. Art Club The Art Club is for furthering the development of a foundation of growth, artistic discipline, and to stimulate an enthusiastic urge for personal expres- sion through the visual arts. Jane Reynolds, Daris Billingsley, Suzanne Gallion, Jacitie Davis, James Buchanan, Hamlet Mahida, Fred Ziegler, Jim Jenkins, Danny Bryant, Buford Hankins, Dr. Wilson. Drama Club The Drama Club, organized this year, is for students interested in the promotion and study of the theatrical arts. Membership is for showing un- derstanding in techniques of acting, play writing, and play production, (left) Boydie Thompson, Lourinda Bray, Mr. Jolly, Mrs. R. M. Johnson, Carolyn Smith. (right) 98 Women ' s Chorus The Womens Chorus is a new phase of the Music Depart- ment at Wesleyan. The chorus, directed by Dr. Ronald Man- ley, is composed of female voices. The group features both sacred and secular music. 1 1 « V H ■_1=1 ' --- : : 1 1 ■ — ' . Charlene Sparks, Candy Keilholtz. Patsy Hope, Karen Martin. Mimi Hammer. Susan Kaylor, Mary McNabb, Myra Kuykendall. Jerilynn Satterfield. Carol Smith. Shirley Peach, Jennifer Jennings, Linda Zirkle, Suzanne GalHon, Kathleen Thacker. Roundtable The Roundtable offers to interested students the op- portunity to discuss current events and campus and world problems. Linda Bonds, Bob Fuhr, Dick Pelley, Keith Snavely, Michon Smith, Allen Laughmiller David Stapley, Mr. Baker, Beverly Brock, Judy Hardwick, Dr. Sallis. 99 New Exponent The New Exponent reports campus news. Through lively editorials, informative articles and topical features, the staff keeps the students informed. Editor: Elwynn Harrison Susan Kaylor, Randy Martin, Margaret Edds, Stanley Jones, Sharon Blakley, Carol Mooney, Becky Wilhite, Robin Lee. 100 Dick Parrack, Rod Quails, Jo Arnold, Arlene Beaver, Nancy Boone, Tom Meade, Hugh Neil, Judi Clendenen, S teve McArthur, Carol Mooney, Terry Reed, John Fouke, Tom Clark. (Not pictured: Bobby Shorter, Debbie Hirsch, Linda McCuUough.) Nocatula In this, the forty-fifth edition of the Nocatula, the story of the growth and development of Wesleyan is expressed as well as what the future might hold. Under the capable leadership of Dottie, this year ' s Nocatula captures the many aspects of Tennessee Wes- leyan. Editor: Dottie Verble 101 Independents OFFICERS: Kathy Zirkle, Mary McNabb, Wanda Carter, Sylvia Idom, Kathleen Thacker, Mrs. Ruth Bishop. The Independents is a women ' s organization made up of non-Greeks who are involved in campus activi- ties such as girl ' s intramu- rals and All-Sing. 102 Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council leads all phases of Greek activi- ties on the Wesleyan campus . . . sets up and runs Greek Weekend . . . helps bring into being the new Open Housing in fraternity houses . . . draws up the new scholarship rules . . . sets up the award to the pledge and pledge class with the highest average . . . an organization which promotes and betters the interfraternity re- lationship of Wesleyan ' s campus. Rufus Triplett, Tom Clark, Don King. Bob Lemons, Bob Heden, Allen Yount, Charles Lenox, Don Best, Ray Ibberson, Eddie Robinson. Panhellenic Council The Panhellenic Council formulates the rules governing Rush . . . advises and sponsors sororities for Greek Weekend . . . presents the following awards: Sorority Wo- man of the Year, Fraternity of the Year Trophy, Sei-vice Award, Schol- arship Award, and Panhellenic Scholarship Award to a Greek wo- man . . . helps select and install the new sorority (Phi Mu) . . . pub- lishes Rush Handbook and a Pan- hellenic Handbook . . . works for the betterment of the Greek system at Wesleyan. Karen Grubb, Debbie Chilcote, Jeanette Tan, Dean Staley, Mary Jane Colburn Margaret Edds, Becky Wilhite, Becky Hicks, Karen Martin, Diane Coffey. Dottie Verble, Nancy Copenhaver. 103 KAREN MARTIN CAROL PERKINS PLEDOt TRtlMER BtCOHOINO SECRE BRENDA GEORGE SHARON WALTER DORIS SMITH KAREN HOUSEWRIGHT OOTTlE VERBlE VICE PBESIOtNT PfiESIOENT THEaaLH En COHftSPgXlim SE CTETftfW MEM BEHShi Alpha Xi Delia ARLENE BEAVER SHARON BLAKLEY E LL ' V ' L ifc ' jriNfc blutJ ' CS, Hamii ' ol- •; f . ' y . 104 Another year recorded in history by the Golden Quill of our Fraternity. Memories of many happy times and some few tears. Trophies gal ore from scholarship, All- Sing, volleyball, Greek Weekend ... all are a part of working together. Politicians, cheerleaders, ambassadors, athletes, sweethearts ... an individual, a campus leader. She is intelligent, she is a beauty, she has spirit and en- thusiasm . . . She is an Alpha Xi Delta. Mike Gaither, Sweetheart 105 106 The composite of every college woman . . . she majors in psychology or English or math . . . she writes poetry, sings in the choir . . . makes props and paints scenery . . . debates heatedly on questions of worldwide impor- tance . . . dates frat men and independents ... is Miss TWC . . . loves white roses . . . is full of sparkle . . . still cherishes a coke . . . laughs often and cries a little, too . . . despises alarm clocks . . . studies hard . . . sets high standards and follows them ... is loyal, cooperative, and fun. She wears a di- amond pin over her heart . . . her college life is a symphony ... on her lips is a song . . . this is Kappa Delta. I i ■jHl Bj B r : - c mFi SmtJ A .r . » sAjl S g H ■■ H Sl iiS HHV ■■■ B j HIL j ' ' 107 108 September came, bringing nineteen of the best pledges ever . . . Coffey, chosen SPE sweetheart and head cheer- leader . . . Bragg, Alpha Chi . . . Chilcote, president of Fowler, executive bosswoman . . . Smith, May Court . . . Brown, Ambassador . . . Hammer, treasurer . . . Second place All-Sing . . . Lavender Ball and " psychedelic pa- jamas " . . . summer again? — It was a good year . . . seniors leave hesitantly — remembering; juniors carry the torch for tomorrow; sophomores and freshmen — our fu- ture . . . We shall long remember the days that were — Sigma Kappa. Collin Lord, Sweetheart 109 110 B l I HP H HHH l B L H KBm ¥ 1, . f Our first year, a year of growth . and in strength, as we become united in fun, fellowship, and service. To start us off, a great pledge class . . . All- Sing practices . . . and then an evening at the Pi Kappa Phi house . . . and then February 17, the big day when we became a collegiate chapter, an end and a beginning. A pink and white initiation banquet, and Panhell honors us with a tea . . . Ann and Wilda Faye join Alpha Chi . . . Karen and Lynn, our actresses, always stars ... A wonderful year and an exciting future for Phi Mu. Wayne Penniman, Sweetheart 112 r. N A group of men uniting in brotherhood and enriching their scholastic pursuits with work and good times to- gether ... a retreat in Gatlinburg or a safari at the lake ... a formal dance or a house party . . . working on the National Tuberculosis Drive or sponsoring a local food drive ... a Rose and Court for the singing fraternity . . . the pride of presenting a skit together or sharing a true competitive spirit in campus sports ... a select group of men who believe in a live brotherhood . . . Beta Psi Chap- ter of Pi Kappa Phi. Becky Wilhite, Sweetheart 113 114 Sigma Phi Epsilon ... the fraternity with the heart . . . the heart of service and concern. Following Virtue, Dili- gence, and Brotherly Love, a Sig Ep is a man . . . not an ordinary man, but one that takes the initiative in leader- ship and participation both in and out of his college en- vironment. The Red Door always stands open to the man who knows not only the world of social pleasures, but also to the man whose interests lie in social concerns. Brother- hood is made of this . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon. Diane Coffey, Sweetheart 116 Fall quarter ... We all return early for work week and Rush preparations . . . Monte Carlo Party ... We gain twenty-one proud new pledges . . . another football championship, our fifth in six years . . . Hayride . . . Great time on a cold night . . . Costumes galore and fun for all at the Beaver Trapper ' s Ball. Winter quarter . . . a strong scholastic effort . . . Spring quarter begins with a house party . . . Hard work on the skit and a triumphant field day ... Phi Sigs pitch in to collect for Cancer So- ciety . . . Carnation Ball . . . one of the best ever! ... A dedicated brotherhood working together . . . It ' s great to be a Phi Sig! % Debbie Pollard, Sweetheart Greek Weekend 118 HT tfiA Jk K - M J 1 r i J ' 1 — 1 M 1 V . 1 f 9 ■ ■ 119 . A 1 I Queen : Becky Wilhite King: Charles Lenox Greek Royalty 120 Fraternity Man of the Year CHARLES LENOX ,-«t-- Sorority Woman of the Year SHARON WALTER 121 Sorority of the Year a:e:a The Sorority of the Year Trophy is awarded for activities, scholastics, philan- thropy, and spirit. The Sorority of the year for 1968 is Alpha Xi Delta. 122 Fraternity of the Year nKO The Fraternity of the Year is presented to the group which excels in academics, par- ticipation, spirit and service. The fraternity of the year is Pi Kappa Phi. 123 Bobby Davis, Beverly Knight Collin Lord, Diane Coffey 124 WHO ' S WHO In American Colleges and Universities Virginia Riddle, Don King, Alan Cornelius, Larry Huskey 125 Senior Superlatives Rufus Triplett and Margaret Edds Larry Huskey and Robin Lee 126 Brenda George, Bobby Davis, Diane Coffey, and Collin Lord Ronnie Barry and Sara Jo Card Debbie Pollard and Alan Cornelius 127 MISS TWC Margaret Edds 128 MR. TWC Collin Lord ■ . !H 1 1 ■ 555 5 m ! Bite! ' 1 - m H - -j 1 129 Alpha Chi 1 Active membership in Alpha Chi, the highest scholastic honor on the Wesleyan campus, is open to the top-ranking ten per-cent of each of the junior and senior classes. High schol- arship is the primary requisite for membership, but good character and reputation are considerations. The state ' s third chapter of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society was installed at Tennessee Wesleyan College with twenty-two charter members. MEMBERS: Mr. Senn, Diane Coffey, Barbara Cook, Becky Wilhite, Doris Smith, Wilda Wilson, Beverly Knight, Barbara Ward, Carol Perkins, Margaret Edds, Karen Bragg, Virginia Riddle, Charlotte Shelton, Ann Wright, Connie Moskowitz, Don Nation, Don King, Lewis Adams, Leo Collins, Dick Parrack, Buford Hankins, Mark McKnight, Rufus Triplett. MEMBERS: Df- Jack Wilson Dr. Carl Honaker Dr. Newton Malony, Mike Ray, Don Best, Don King, Larry Huskey, Ronnie Barry, Rufus Tnplett, Jim Hill, Collin Lord, Don Nation. Delta Kappa Delta Kappa Honor Society is the highest honor for a male student on the Wesleyan campus. The threefold purpose of Delta Kappa is stated as: " First, to recognize men who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines; " Second, to bring together the most representative men in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an organization which will help to mould the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate interest; " And third, to bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest and understanding. " 131 Margaret Edds Graduation Honors Collin Lord 132 Don King A; ' JA B S E — " . — Mjf ' ' B ■ fl l ff L_!? IP S l B H PPHf H P I I ftA H ' f ■ 133 134 135 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Mike Ray, Boy Representative; Larry Huskey, President; Hugh Neil, Vice-President; Mark Mc- Knight, Secretary; Alan Cornelius, Treasurer; Robin Lee, Girl Representative. Seni lors CLYDE ROSS ABERNATHY B.S. General Business Cartersville, Georgia HAROLD KEITH BALES B.A. Religion Cleveland, Tennessee RONNIE STEVE BARRY B.S. Accounting Oliver Springs, Tennessee 136 FRANCES E. BROWN B.A. Elementary Education Morristown, Tennessee LEON K. BRYNER B.S. General Business Arlington, Virginia WILLIAM R. BUSS B.S. Elementary Education Morrisville, Pennsylvania JANICE CAROL BUTT B.A. Music Johnson City, Tennessee SARA JO CARD B.A. Music Soddy, Tennessee JANE TYLER CARROLL B.S. Elementary Education Englewood, Tennessee VIRGINIA EVANS CHISM B.A. Business Education Cleveland, Tennessee JEAN DIANE COFFEY B.S. Elementary Education Friendsville, Tennessee ALAN LEROY CORNELIUS B.A. Psychology-Sociology Ormond Beach, Florida 137 ROBERT CLIFTON DAVIS B.S. Physical Education Falls of Rough, Kentucky LARRY VERLIN DEVAULT B.A. Religion Blountville, Tennessee MARGARET ELLEN EDDS B.A. English Madison, Tennessee BOBBY ALTON FERGUSON B.S. Physical Education Athens, Tennessee ROBERT MARK FUHR B.A. Social Science Brooklyn, New York BRENDA SUE GEORGE B.S. Physical Education Andersonville, Tennessee BUFORD HANKINS B.S. Biology Richlands, Virginia ELWYNN EUGENIA HARRISON B.S. Elementary Education Chattanooga, Tennessee ROBERT INGRAM HEDEN B.S. Business Administration Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 138 CHARLES W. HOGAN B.A. Psychology-Sociology Lynchburg, Virginia KAREN SUE HOUSEWRIGHT B.A. English Kodak, Tennessee JAMES EWELL HOWARD B.S. Accounting Maryville, Tennessee LARRY CECIL HUSKEY B.S. Biology Greenback, Tennessee MARIAN LUCILLE HYATT B.S. Office Administration Maryville, Tennessee RAY DOUGLAS IBBERSON B.S. Accounting Harrisburg, Pennsylvania ROBERT CLIFTON JACKSON B.A. History Fairfax, Virginia JAMES ALBERT JENKINS B.A. Religion Knoxville, Tennessee ALBERTA RUTH JOHNSON B.A. Social Science Athens, Tennessee 139 VAN ALLEN JOHNSON B.S. General Business Knoxville, Tennessee LYMAN MARION KELLEY, JR. B.A. Social Science Arlington, Virginia SHARRON LOUISE KEY B.S. Accounting Dallas, Texas LINDA BRIDGES KILE B.A. Office Administration Athens, Tennessee JACK DONALD KING, JR. B.S. Chemistry Greeneville, Tennessee PATRICIA GAIL KROUSE B.S. Elementary Education Lenoir City, Tennessee ALLEN L. LAUGHMILLER B.A. History Maryville, Tennessee ROBERTA JOAN LEE B.S. Elementary Education Maryville. Tennessee ROBERT AULDEN LEMONS B.S. Business Pulaski. Virginia 140 JUDITH KAY LONG B.A. English Kingsport, Tennessee RICHARD COLLIN LORD B.S. Mathematics Chattanooga, Tennessee WALTER SANDERS McCLURKAN B.S. Accounting Athens, Tennessee JOE LINNARD McKENRY B.S. General Business Knoxville, Tennessee ROBERT MARK McKNIGHT B.A. History Chattanooga, Tennessee RICHARD L. MARQUIS B.S. Accounting Knoxville, Tennessee JAMES RONALD MARSHALL B.A. Social Science Knoxville, Tennessee TOM JAMES MAYBERRY B.A. Social Science Oak Ridge, Tennessee WILLIAM DAVID MILSAPS B.A. Social Science Philadelphia, Tennessee 141 JOEL ALAN MOREHEAD B.S. Elementary Education Norris City, Illinois FREDERICKO BOYD MORETZ B.A. Social Science Sweetwater, Tennessee ANGELINA LARUE MOSS B.S. Elementary Education Athens, Tennessee LARRY HARRIGEN NEFF B.A. Psychology-Sociology Athens, Tennessee HUGH GROSS NEIL B.A. General Business Knoxville, Tennessee PHILIP MICHAEL OLINGER B.S. Physical Education Pennington Gap, Virginia STEVE HOWARD OWNBY B.S. Accounting Knoxville, Tennessee DAVID MICHAEL PAINTER B.S. Accounting Cleveland, Tennessee DEBORAH DARLENE POLLARD B.S. Elementary Education Knoxville, Tennessee 142 GEORGE W. RASNAKE B.A. Chemistry Education Athens, Tennessee LOUISE WOLFORD RASNAKE B.S. Elementary Education Athens, Tennessee MICHAEL JOSEPH RAY B.S. Mathematics MaryviUe, Tennessee MARCIA CLAIR REED B.S. Elementary Education Jasper, Tennessee VIRGINIA RUTH RIDDLE B.S. Business Tellico Plains, Tennessee |.1 w F 4 » - y ' ' -- •f — 1 ' . DOROTHY FRADY SCHNEIDER B.S. Elementary Education Cleveland, Tennessee CLINTON EULENE SIMPSON B.S. Office Administration Madisonville, Tennessee JAMES TAVEL SMITH, B.A. Business Chattanooga, Tennessee JR. DAVID L. STAPLEY B.A. History Lake Placid, New York 143 PRISCILLA LEE STONE B.A. English Ringgold, Georgia GARY R. TORIAN Athens, Tennessee B.S. Biology RUFUS MORGAN TRIPLETT B.S. General Business Cleveland, Tennessee HARRIET ELIZABETH UREN B.A. Psychology-Sociology Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee XT ' " A ■ GEORGE CLIFTON WARLICK B.S. Accounting Kingston, Tennessee WILLARD DWANE WATSON B.S. Accounting Etowah, Tennessee CARMAN REX WHALEY B.S. Physical Education Sevierville, Tennessee FRANCIS DANIEL WIESER B.A. Psychology-Sociology Fort Meade, Florida CARL EVERETT WILLIAMS B.A. Social Studies, Education Lenoir City, Tennessee 144 JOHN PAUL WILSON B.S. General Business Etowah, Tennessee BARBARA GAYLE WOODWARD B.S. Elementary Education Jasper, Georgia THELMA ANN WRIGHT B.A. Music Kingston, Tennessee KATHLEEN GRAY ZIRKLE B.S. Elementary Education Kingston, Tennessee Margaret and Collin personify seniors. Underclassmen Jimmy Abernathy, Freshman Lynn Acuff, Freshman Philip Adair, Junior Lewis Adams, Junior Frank Adderhold, Freshman Kenneth Allen, Sophomore Louis Anderson, Sophomore Josephine Arnold, Sophomore Kay Arnold, Junior Patricia Bagley, Freshman Johnny Barker, Junior Myrtle Barnes, Sophomore Judy Barton, Sophomore James Bates, Sophomore Arlene Beaver, Freshman Betsy Bellows, Freshman 146 Darlynn Benavides, Freshman Don Best, Junior Sarah Bidwell, Junior Darris Billingsley, Freshman Barbara Bishop, Junior Jean Black, Junior Joseph Black, Junior Cecilia Blackburn, Sophomore Sharon Blakley, Sophomore Charlotte Blalock, Freshman James Blankenship, Sophomore Jill Blazer, Freshman Barbara Blevins, Junior Spencer Boardman, Junior Linda Bonds, Freshman Nancy Boone, Sophomore Dennis Bowman, Freshman Birney Bowmaster, Junior David Bowmaser, Junior Don Bowmaster, Sophomore Marilyn Boyette, Freshman Carololane Bradford, Sophomore Karen Bragg, Junior Phyllis Bragg, Sophomore Dorothy Branam, Freshman Cynthia Branson, Freshman Betty Brantley, Freshman Donald Bratcher, Junior 147 Lourinda Bray, Junior Dianne Breeden, Sophomore Kathy Breedlove, Sophomore Charles Brian, Sophomore Bonnie Brinker, Sophomore Gail Brown, Freshman Gary Brown, Junior Martha Brown, Sophomore Pamela Brown, Junior Patricia Brown, Junior Danny Bryant, Freshman Steven Burce, Junior Pendy Burdette, Sophomore David Burrell, Sophomore Dail Burris, Sophomore Alex Buttram, Junior FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: George Painter; Vice-President; Worley Fain, Boy Representative; Linda Zirkle, Girl Representative; Joan Jett, Treas- urer; Lynne Hall, Secretary; Tommy Clark, Presi- dent. 148 fv - — j Ernestine Byington, Freshman Steve Byrum, Junior Phyllis Byrum, Junior William Cahill, Sophomore Clara Campbell, Freshman Emily Carter, Junior Wanda Carter, Junior William Carter, Junior William Carter, Junior Charles Carty, Freshman Anita Cawood, Freshman Lynn Chalkley, Junior Cynthia Chance, Freshman Sandra Chandler, Sophomore John Chenault, Junior Deborah Chilcote, Junior Carl Christ, Junior Nancy Clapp, Sophomore Teresa Clark, Freshman Thomas Clark, Freshman Stewart Clements, Freshman Gary Clendenen, Sophmoore Judy Clendenen, Sophomore Dorcas Clift, Sophomore Jeannie Clift, Freshman Johnny Coe, Sophomore Mary Jane Colburn, Freshman Robert Coleman, Sophomore 149 Lucille Conar, Junior Robert Contryman, Freshman David Cook, Sophomore James Copenhaver, Junior Nancy Copenhaver, Junior Nancy Cotter, Freshman Michael Coulter, Sophomore Marie Cowden, Freshman Olivia Cox, Freshman James Creech, Junior Walter Crew, Junior Larry Cross, Junior Cathy Crouch, Sophomore Dolores Crumm, Freshman Janice Crye, Junior Malcolm Culpepper, Junior Robert Dake, Junior Donna Daley, Sophomore Howell Daniels, Freshman Diane Darby, Freshman Carol Davis, Freshman Charles Davis, Sophomore Dorothy Davis, Sophomore Rutha Lee Davis, Sophomore Ann Deatherage, Junior Suzanne DeLapp, Junior Michael Denton, Junior Clifford DeWitt, Freshman 150 Marianna Dickert, Junior Dorothy Dixon, Sophomore Walter Dobson, Junior Willela Douthat, Sophomore David Easter, Sophomore Kenneth Elledge, Sophomore Barbara Elliott, Sophomore Ralph Eppling, Junior Dwight Ervin, Freshman Worley Fain, Freshman Gerale Felton, Sophomore Jill Finch, Junior Lenora Finch, Freshman William Finley, Freshman William Finn, Freshman Mary Fitts, Sophomore % .:r: i y. wL Jr 151 Ann Fleenor, Sophomore Ann Forrester, Freshman John Fouke, Junior Judy Fowler, Junior Fred Fox, Sophomore Christine Fuller, Freshman Bonnie Gaddy, Freshman Mike Gaither, Junior Suzanne Gallion, Sophomore Henry Gambrell, Junior Jeffrey Garbow, Freshman Elizabeth Gist, Freshman Jo Anne Givens, Sophomore Lynda Glasscock, Sophomore Timothy Goodman, Junior Jimmy Gossett, Junior Wayne Gray, Freshman David Green, Sophomore Brenda Greene, Junior Judi Greene, Junior Philip Greenway, Freshman Kay Greever, Sophomore Norman Griffin, Freshman Karen Grubb, Freshman Calvin Guettner, Freshman Sandra Guinn, Freshman Belinda Hale, Sophomore Lynne Hall, Freshman 152 Marge Hallberg, Sophomore David Hambright, Freshman Jack Hamby, Junior James Hamilton, Freshman Mimi Lee Hammer, Sophomore Ellis Haney, Junior Judi Hankins, Freshman Betsy Harber, Freshman Vant Hardaway, Freshman Judith Hardwick, Sophomore Deborah Hare, Freshman Cathy Harker, Freshman Anna Harris, Freshman Jim Harrison, Junior Linda Harrison, Sophomore Patsy Hedden, Sophomore 153 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bill Thompson, Boy Representative; Janice Shelton, Secretary; Mimi Hammer, Treasurer; Donna Daley, Girl Representative; Steve Seneker, President. Linda Henley, Junior Judith Herron, Freshman Sandra Hicks, Freshman Joan Hightower, Junior John Hildebrand, Freshman Beverly Hill, Sophomore Donald Hill, Sophomore Sandra Hill, Sophomore mL.. j M Debbie Hirsch, Sophomore Linda Hitson, Freshman Sharon Hixson, Sophomore Cynthia Hodges, Sophomore Ann Holsclaw, Freshman Judy Hooper, Sophomore Patsy Hope, Freshman Linda Howell, Freshman 154 DeuEtta Hudgins, Freshman David Hudson, Freshman Judith Huff, Freshman Martha Ann Huggins, Junior Robert Huggins, junior Doyle Hughes, Sophomore Donna Humberd, Freshman Donald Humphrey, Sophomore Patrick Hundley, Sophomore Wendell Huskey, Freshman Monty Hutsell, Junior Suzanne Hutton, Sophomore Shirley Hyde, Freshman Sylvia Idom, Junior LeAnne Ingle, Sophomore Larry Ingram, Freshman Jack Isbell, Freshman Jo Ann Jenkins, Freshman Jennifer Jennings, Sophomore David Jessee, Freshman Joan Jett, Freshman Jerry Johnson, Freshman Lilla Johnson, Freshman Peggy Johnson, Junior Freddie Ann Jones, Sophomore Stanley Jones, Sophomore Bert Jordan, Freshman Dorothy Kauffman, Sophomore 155 ft Kathie Kay, Sophomore Susan Kaylor, Sophomore Candy Keilhollz, Freshman Elaine Kelley, Junior Marvin Kemp, Junior Brenda Kennedy, Freshman Mark Kennedy, Freshman Richard Kincaid, Sophomore Betty Jean King, Freshman Gary King, Freshman Wayne King, Freshman Sara Kinsall, Freshman Richard Kintner, Freshman Joan Kite, Sophomore Alan Klein, Freshman Thomas Knight, Freshman : f i! il iiifi ,ri ' in lip :r;l!iii:;- ' 3! ill ■: ' !! I r!i l!l!l»:;!!iS 156 Myra Kuykendall, Freshman Mike Kyker, Sophomore Janice Laird, Freshman Sue Lansford, Freshman Regina Lawrence, Freshman Linda Lawson, Freshman William Lee, Freshman Tommy Lemmonds, Junior Charles Lenox, Junior Alvin Lerner, Sophomore Robert Limburg, Sophomore Nancy Lindner, Sophomore Glenna Lindsey, Sophomore Gary Lockard, Sophomore Janette Love, Junior Lee Lovely, Freshman Kaye Lowery, Sophomore Patricia Luttrell, Freshman Steve McArthur, Sophomore Ronald McCosh, Freshman Edward McCreary, Junior Lynda McCulIough, Freshman Ralph Mcintosh, Junior James Mclnturff, Freshman Clyde McKay, Junior Sharon McMahon, Freshman Mary Linda McNabb, Freshman Richard Madix, Freshman 157 Hamlet Mahida, Freshman Cynthia Malone, Sophomore Joe Marine, Freshman Norman Marsh, Sophomore James Martin, Freshman Karen Martin, Junior Randy Martin, Sophomore Kathryn Mason, Freshman Malana Mason, Sophomore Barry Maupin, Sophomore William Mayberry, Freshman Tom Meade, Junior Ronald Merritt, Junior John Messamore, Sophomore Aline Michaels, Sophomore David Miller, Sophomore Carol Mooney, Sophomore Donna Moretz, Freshman George Morgan, Freshman Sharon Morgan, Sophomore Dennis Morris, Freshman Martha Moses, Sophomore Brenda Moss, Freshman Bruce MuUins, Freshman Heather Murphree, Freshman Don Murray, Freshman Alan Newton, Sophomore Sandra Nipper, Sophomore 158 Elaine Norris, Freshman Stephen Norwood, Freshman James Odom, Sophomore Richard Overton, Freshman Ronald Parker, Junior Dick Parrack, Junior Oletha Parris, Sophomore Thomas Pathway, Freshman Gary Patterson, Sophomore Kelly Payne, Junior Shirley Peach, Junior Stephen Pell, Sophomore A. H. Pelley, Sophomore Wayne Penniman, Junior Carol Perkins, Junior Ted Pless, Sophomore 159 William Powell, Sophomore Roger Pressley, Freshman Phyllis Preston, Sophomore Mary Jane Purdy, Freshman Rod Quails. Junior Jerry Rains, Freshman Douglas Ramsey, Sophomore Larry Raulston, Sophomore Lynda Ray, Freshman Steve Ray, Freshman Gene Raymer, Sophomore Randy Reagan, Sophomore Terry Reed, Sophomore Elaine Reeverts, Junior Donna Rehnquist, Freshman James Reinhardt, Junior Allen Renninger, Sophomore Jane Reynolds, Sophomore Larry Rhodes, Sophomore Annabel Richardson, Sophomore Randy Riddle, Freshman Sandra Riddle, Freshman Joyce Rines, Freshman David Roberts, Sophomore Thomas Roberts, Freshman Eddie Robinson, Junior Robert Rogers, Freshman Brenda Rowland, Freshman 160 Donna Rudder, Freshman Richard Ruth, Sophomore Anne Rymer, Sophomore Judy Sandefur, Junior Barry Saunders, Sophomore William Schnauffer, Junior Steve Seneker, Sophomore Sally Settle, Junior Rebecca Shell, Sophomore Charlotte Shelton, Junior Hurman Shelton, Sophomore Janice Shelton, Sophomore 161 Ronnie Sims, Sophomore Dicky Slack, Freshman Carol Smith, Freshman Carolyn Smith, Sophomore Doris Smith, Junior Michon Smith, Junior Olin Smith, Sophomore Thomas Smith, Sophomore Keith Snavely, Freshman Kay Southerland, Sophomore Charlene Sparks, Freshman Sue Speak, Junior Jo Stansell, Sophomore Starr Steffner, Freshman William Steger, Sophomore Russ Stephens, Freshman JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Mike Gaither, Vice President; Don Best, Boy Representative; Dottie Verble, Girl Representative; Leslie Ann Strange, Secretary; Carol Perkins, Treasurer; Don Nation, President. 162 William Steppe, Freshman Glenn Stetler, Freshman James E. Stewart, Junior James L. Stewart, Freshman Patrick Stewart, Freshman Leslie Ann Strange, Junior Edward Stringer, Freshman Sam Stroback, Freshman Robert Stultz, Sophomore Dennis Sturgill, Freshman Sharon Suttles, Freshman Wanda Sutton, Freshman Susan Swanson, Sophomore Jeannette Tan, Sophomore William Tapp, Freshman Charles Tate, Junior Marleen Taylor, Freshman Daris Teague, Junior Kathleen Thacker, Freshman John Thiem, Junior Dianne Thomas, Sophomore William Thompson, Sophomore Lynnda Tillett, Freshman Suzanne Tipton, Sophomore Cheryl Tittle, Freshman John Torchick, Sophomore Allen Traver, Junior Ronnie Turner, Freshman 163 e W»f ' 5 ' B ▲ lii f . 4 ft y w Carolyn Underwood, Sophomore Brenda Van Der Cammen, Sophomore Garnetta Vaught, Freshman Dottie Verble, Junior Lawrence Viar, Sophomore Al Vogelsang, Junior John Waddle, Freshman Ira Walker, Freshman Linda Walker, Freshman Michael Walker, Sophomore Sharon Walter, Junior Barbara Ward, Junior William Warden. Sophomore Barbara Wattenbarger, Freshman Susan Weaver, Junior Wain Weaver, Sophomore 164 Carol Weeks, Junior Diana Werner, Sophomore Mary K. Wett erstroem, Sophomore Marilyn Wlialey, Junior Jeri Wheatland, Freshman Susan Wicker, Freshman Becky Wilhite, Junior Charles Williams, Junior Jack Williams, Sophomore Sarah Williams, Sophomore Linda Wilson, Freshman Wilda Faye Wilson, Junior David Winningham, Freshman Matha Nell Woodward, Freshman Hillyard Woody, Junior Deborah Wyatt, Freshman Edward Wyers, Sophomore Phillip Wynne, Sophomore Phyllis Yarnell, Freshman Mary Alice Yater, Sophomore Patricia York, Junior Allen Yount, Sophomore Fred Zeigler, Junior Helen Ziegler, Junior Linda Zirkle, Freshman Janice Bacon, Junior 165 166 i wt Tomorrow . . . This challenge of the future demands our utmost efforts in mind and body as we seek to be worthy of the college we attend. We face a new world, a world of tech- nological innovations, different traditions, and a changing society. This is the new world toward which Wesleyan advances, and the tomorrow for which we pre- pare ourselves here. The path we follow as we walk from the shadows of yesterday to the brilliance of tomorrow. ' f i:-: fe, ■ .,.(,. • " ' V 4 . . we face a new world 170 171 Wesleyan advances 172 173 And when the shadow fades and is no more, the Hght that hngers becomes shadow to another hght. — Kahhl Gibran 175 As you look through this book you will realize we have made many changes. Many are improvements — some may not be, init we have tried to create a picture book of people. We have tried to capture the real Wesleyan in pictures . . . people, places, and events. We have pictured the past, the yesterday which created Ten- nessee Wesleyan. Captured in these pages is the stately beauty of which we are so proud ... the heritage on which Wesleyan is built. Today we remember yesterday and strive for tomorrow. Spirit, high ideals, activities, honors, scho- lastics, fun . . . simple things they are, but things which make today and hold promise for tomorrow. We face an advancing society and technological change for which we must prepare ourselves. The path to the future brightened by the light of learning. May we all hold it high. Special appreciation goes to Mr. Alan Mitchell, Dick Parrack, Tom Clark, Linda McCullough, and Eddie Stringer for their hard work. I give my deepest thanks to all those who put their heart into this book and to all the students, faculty, staff, and administration for the contributions and cooperation. May you enjoy the 1968 NOCATULA, and may it always bring many fond memories when you pick it up in the years to come. b . ►jiaUjc. Editor Staff Editor Dottie Verble Assistant Editor Dick Parrack Business Manager Tom Clark Photographers Hugh Neil Clift DeWitt McCrary Studios Past Arlene Beaver Curriculum John Fouke Activities Carol Mooney Intramurals Debbie Hirsch Sports Bobby Shorter Organizations Nancy Boone Greeks Steve McArthur Honors Judi Clendenen Class Terry Reed Index Eddie Stringer Linda McCullough Advisor Mr. Alan Mitchell 177 178 Haul iMii III ' - ' i " " r " " I ,l,-t,l( ' lniiiiif: iiitil il ' - ' l ' i ' i.,-r f " " - j-,J,l, J.. ' . " " ' ' ■ ' " JOYCE C. MftLL. |.,..uJrBl. t.»M.1 " « " 1 fi.HUTCMESON. V.,.. Pr.« ' (.nt Jj; „ " „ st ISH.cm«s« " ' , Chl.f, O-c " " ' " " ' ' " , ao»o sTouFti " . , __,GROW _ T?U SHOULD KNOW ft EXCmNG BUSINESS NEXT VfAR? r; r7 zi Oi tog BO VATERS SOUTHERN RARER CORRORATION Calhoun, Tennessee 180 ATHENS STOVE WORKS INC. 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Josephine, 94, 96, 101, 108, 146 Arnold, Kay, 95, 146 Bacon, Janice, 165 Bagley, Pat, 49, 61, 106, 146 Bales, Harold, 136 Bandy, Lee, 97 Barker, Johnny, 146 Barnes, Myrtle, 146 Barnett, Kay, 97 Barry, Ronnie, 71, 73, 127, 131, 136 Barton, Judy, 146 Bates, James, 59, 98, 146 Beaver, Arlene, 101, 104, 146 Bellows, Betsy, 49, 106, 146 Benavides, Darlynn, 56, 93, 147 Bender, Larry, 84, 85 Best, Don, 4, 89, 103, 112, 131, 147, 162 Bidwell. Sarah, 147 Billinsgsley, Darris, 98, 110, 147 Bishop, Barbara, 147 Black, Jean, 147 Black, Joseph, 147 Blackburn, Ceceha, 93, 147 Blakley, Sharon, 56, 93, 97, 100, 104, 147 Blalock, Ce Ce. 106 Blalock, Charlotte, 147 Blankenship, James, 147 Blazer, Jill, 49, 106, 147 Boardman. Spencer, 91, 114, 147 Bonds, Linda, 95, 99, 147 Boone. Nancy, 60, 61, 93, 96, 97, 101, 147 Bowman, Dennis, 114, 147 Bowmaster, Birney, 114, 147 Bowmaster, David, 147 Bowmaster, Don, 147 Boyette, Marilyn, 147 Bradford, Carololane, 147 Bradley, Joe, 51 Bragg, Karen, 108, 130, 147 Bragg, Phyllis, 147 Branam, Dorothy, 147 Branson, Cynthia, 49, 147 Brantley, Betty, 94, 106, 147 Bratcher, Donald, 114, 147 Bray, Lourinda, 98, 148 Breeden, Dianne, 94, 108, 148 Breedlove, Kathy, 94, 148 Brian, Charles, 148 Brinker, Bonnie, 106, 148 Brock, Beverly, 99 Brown, Gail, 57, 90, 108, 148 Brown, Francis, 108, 137 Brown, Gary, 148 Brown, Martha, 148 Brown. Pamela, 97, 148 Brown. Patricia. 110, 148 Bryant. Danny, 8. 51, 98, 148 Bryner, Leon, 60, 137 Buchanan, James, 98, 112 Burce, Steven, 148 Burdette, Pendy, 54, 148 Burrell, David, 112, 148 Burris, Dail, 148 Buss, Bill. 90, 112, 137 Butt, Janice, 60, 97, 137 Buttram, Alex, 47, 54, 96, 114, 148 Byington, Ernestine, 106, 149 Byruni, S teve, 149 Byrum, Phyllis, 97, 149 Cahill, William, 97, 149 Campbell. Clara, 149 Cann, David, 116 Card, Sara Jo, 18, 19, 50, 56, 95, 97, 104, 125, 127, 137 Carter, Emily, 149 Carter, Wanda, 97, 102 149 Carter, William, 116, 149 Carty, Charles, 149 Catron, Elaine, 106 Cawood, Anita, 149 Cevera, Carol, 108 Chalkley, Lynn, 108, 149 Chance, Cynthia, 104, 149 Chandler, Sandra, 149 Chastain, Marsharee, 95, 98, 106 Chenault, John. 116, 149 Chilcote, Deborah, 95, 103, 108, 149 Chism, Virginia, 97, 137 Christ, Carl, 97, 149 Clapp, Nancy, 149 Clark, Rick, 116 Clark, Teresa, 69, 108, 149 Clark, Tom, 9, 89, 101, 103, 114, 148, 149 Clements, Stewart, 58, 59, 91, 98, 149 Clendenen, Gary, 149 Clendenen, Judy, 101, 106, 149 Click, Ronnie, 112 Clift. Dorcas, 149 Clift. Jeannie, 106, 149 Coe, Johnny, 149 Coffey, Diane, 16, 57, 86, 87, 103, 108, 114, 115, 124, 127, 130, 137, 167 Colburn, Mary Jane, 103, 110, 149 Coleman, Robert, 149 Collins, Leo, 130 Conar, Lucille, 150 Contryman, Robert, 48, 61, 93, 112, 150 Cook, Barbara, 130 Cook, David, 150 Copenhaver, Jim, 114, 150 Copenhaver, Nancy, 103, 108, 150 Corey, Donald, 84, 85, 91, 114 191 192 Cornelius, Alan, 55, 84, 90, 91, 95, 114, 125, 127, 136, 137 Cotter, Nancy, 93, 150 Cottrell, Tom, 116 Coulter, Michael, 150 Cowden, Marie, 108, 150 Cox, Olivia, 110, 150 Creech, Jim, 116, 150 Crew, Walter, 150 Crook, Charles, 114 Cross, Larry, 150 Crouch, Cathy, 97, 150 Crumm, Dolores, 150 Crye, Janice, 106, 150 Culpepper, Malcolm, 150 Dake, Robert, 150 Daley, Donna, 54, 86, 87, 89, 90, 96, 104, 150, 154 Daniels, Howell, 150 Darby, Diane, 150 Davis, Carol, 150 Davis, Charles, 47, 150 Davis, Dorothy, 108, 150 Davis, Jackie, 98, 104 Davis, Robert, 71, 72, 73, 77, 78, 116, 124, 127, 138 Davis, Rutha, 150 Deatherage, Ann, 54, 108, 150 Delapp, Suzanne, 57, 108, 150 DeLotelle, Cathy, 49, 106 Denton, Michael, 150 Devault, Larry, 112, 138 DeWitt, Clifford, 150 Dickert, Marianna, 93, 97, 151 Dixon, Dorothy, 151 Dobson, Walter, 91, 151 Douthat, Willela, 151 Duffel, Lela, 106 Dunn, Dick, 114 Duvall, Mike, 116 Edds, Margaret, 54, 55, 90, 94, 100, 103, 106, 124, 126, 128, 130, 132, 138 Elledge, Kenneth, 150 EUiott, Barbara, 151 Eppling, Ralph, 151 Ervin, Dwight, 151 Fain, Worley, 89, 91, 112, 148, 151 Fear, Teddy, 116 Felton, Garale, 151 Ferguson, Bobby, 71, 73, 138 Finch, Jill, 57, 110, 151 Finch, Lenora, 51, 104, 151 Finn, William, 151 Fitts, Mary, 69, 94, 151 Fleenor, Ann, 86, 87, 91, 104, 152, 174 Forrester, Ann, 56, 104, 152 Fouke, John, 101, 152 Fowler, Judy, 108, 152 Fox, Fred, 152 Fuhr, Bob, 99, 116, 138 Fuller, Christine, 152 Caddy, Bonnie, 64, 104, 152 Gaither, Mike, 54, 89, 91, 105, 116, 152, 162 Gallion, Suzanne, 98, 99, 152 Gambrell, Henry, 54, 152 Garbow, Jeffrey, 93, 112, 152 Garner, Pat, 108 George, Brenda, 86, 87, 94, 104, 127, 138 Gist, Elizabeth, 152 Givens, Jo Anne, 152 Glasscock, Lynda, 106, 152 Goodman, Timothy. 152 Gossett, Jimmy, 152 Graves, Cathy, 94, 106 Gray, Wayne, 152 Green, David, 152 Greene, Brenda, 152 Greene, Judi, 104, 152 Greenway, Philip, 152 Greever, Kay, 96, 104, 152 Griffin, Norman, 152 Grubb, Karen, 55, 58, 98, 103, 110, 152 Guettner, Calvin, 152 Guinn, Sandra, 152 Hale, Belinda, 104, 152 Hall, Lynne, 110, 148, 152 Hallberg, Marge, 94, 110, 153 Hambright, David, 153, 165 Hamby, Jack, 153 Hamilton, James, 71, 75, 153 Hammer, Mimi, 99, 108, 153, 154 Hampton, Patsy, 95, 97 Haney, Ellis, 153 Hankins, Buford, 91, 98, 130, 138 Hankins, Judi, 57, 108, 153 Harber, Betsy, 106, 153 Hardaway, Vant, 58, 153 Hardwick, Judy, 99, 153 Hare, Deborah, 153 Harker, Cathy, 153 Harrington, Rick, 112 Harris, Anna, 153 Harrison, Barbara, 9, 104 Harrison, Elwynn, 95, 100, 104, 138 Harrison, Jim, 114, 119, 153 Harrison, Linda, 153 Heath, Sula, 108 Heath, Steve, 114 Hedden, Patsy, 110, 153 Heden, Robert, 103, 116, 138 Henley, Linda, 154 Herron, Judith, 110, 154 Hicks, Becky, 103, 108 Hicks, Sandra, 154 Hightower, Joan, 108, 154 Hilands, Parker, 116 Hildebrand, John, 154 Hill, Beverly, 108, 154 Hill, Donald, 154 Hill, Jim, 114, 131 Hill, Sandra, 154 Hirsch, Debbie, 56, 60, 86, 87, 93, 104, 154, 168 Hitson, Linda, 154 Hixson, Sharon, 154 Hodges, Cynthia, 154 Hogan, Charles, 60, 61, 93, 139 Holsclaw, Ann, 154 Hooper, Judy, 106, 154 Hope, Patsy, 99, 108, 154, 166 193 194 Hotaling, Morgan, 97, 112 Housewright, Karen, 104, 139 Howard, Jim, 112, 139 Howell, Linda, 8, 69, 154 Hudgins, DeuEtta, 155 Hudson. David, 155 Huff, Judith, 155 Huggins, Martha, 155 Huggins, Robert, 155 Hughes, Doyle, 155 Humberd, Donna, 104, 155 Humphrey, Donald, 155 Hundley, Pat, 57, 114, 155 Huskey, Larry, 89, 96, 112, 125, 126, 131, 136, 139 Huskey, Wendell, 71, 75, 155 Hutsell, Monty, 47, 114, 155 Hutton, Suzanne, 155 Hyatt, Marion, 104, 139 Hyde, Shirley, 155 Ibberson, Ray, 103, 112, 139 Idem, Sylvia, 93, 102, 155 Ingle, LeAnne, 106, 155 Ingram, Larry, 155 Isbell, Jack, 51, 112, 155 Jackson, Bob, 116, 139 Jenkins, Jo Ann, 155 Jenkins, Jim, 91, 93, 98, 139 Jenkins. Judy, 93 Jennings, Jennifer, 93, 99, 155 Jessee, David, 116, 155 Jett, Joan, 110, 148, 155 Johnson, Alberta, 95, 139 Johnson, Jerry, 155 Johnson, LiUa, 108, 155 Johnson, Peggy, 108, 155 Johnson, Van, 82, 83, 116, 140 Jones, Freddie Ann, 95, 155 Jones, Stanley, 4, 84, 85, 94, 95, 100, 112, 155 Jordan, Bert, 155 Kauffman, Dorothy, 155 Kay, Kathie, 49, 106, 156 Kaylor, Susan, 99, 100, 104, 156 Keilholtz, Candy, 99, 104, 156 Keim, Bob, 116 Kelley, Elaine, 106, 156 Kelley, Lyman, 116, 140 Kelly, Doyle, 116 Kemp, Marvin, 156 Kennedy, Brenda, 156 Kennedy, Mark, 91, 114, 156 Key, Sharron, 140 Kile, Linda, 140 Kincaid, Richard, 156 King, Betty, 156 King, Don, 58, 103, 112, 125, 130, 131, 132, 140 King, Gary, 114, 156 King, Wayne, 156 Kinsall, Sara, 156 Kintner, Richard, 156 Kite, Joan, 56, 93, 104, 156 Knight, Beverly, 124, 130 Knight, Tom, 112, 156 Kosch, Eric, 93 Krouse. Patricia, 140 Kuykendall, Myra, 99, 104, 156 Kyker, Mike, 82, 83, 157 Laird, Janice, 157 Land, Frieda. 104 Lansford, Sue. 108, 157 Laughmilier, Allen, 99, 112, 140 Lawless, John, 116 Lawrence. Regina, 157 Lawson, Linda, 157 Lee, Robin. 89, 90, 93, 100, 106, 124, 126, 136, 140 Lemmonds, Tommy, 157 Lemons. Bob. 82. 83, 103, 116, 140 Lenox. Charles. 4, 12, 14, 88, 91, 103, 112, 118, 120, 121, 157 Lerner, Alvin, 84, 157 Limberg, Robert, 157 Lindner, Nancy, 104, 157 Lindsey, Glenna, 157 Lockard, Gary, 157 Long, Judith, 108, 141 Long, Pam, 106 Long, Tom, 116 Lord. Collin. 7. 14. 16, 88, 91, 109, 124, 127, 129, 131, 132, 141, 174 Love, Janette, 157 Lovely, Lee, 157 Lowery. Kaye, 157 Luttrell, Patti, 59, 98, 104, 157 McArthur, Steve, 54, 90, 101, 112, 157, 166 McClurkan, Walter, 141 McCosh, Ron, 157 McCreary, Mac, 157 McCuUough, Lynda, 49, 106, 157 Mcintosh, Ralph, 157 Mclnturff, Jim, 157 McKay, Clyde, 54, 114, 157 McKenry, Jody, 82, 83, 116, 141 McKnight, Mark, 91, 130, 136, 141 McMahon, Sharon, 157 McNabb, Linda, 99, 102, 157 Madix, Rick. 157 Mahida, Hamlet, 98, 158 Malone, Cynthia, 95, 110, 158 Maready, Harold, 95, 112 Marine, Joe, 158 Marquis, Rick, 114, 141 Marsh, Norman, 158 Marshall, Ron, 114, 141 Martin, Jim, 158 Martin, Karen, 99, 103, 104, 158 Martin, Randy, 10, 57, 90, 93, 100, 114, 158, 166 Mason, Kathryn, 69, 158 Mason, Malana, 108, 158 Maupin, Barry, 158 Mayberry, Tom, 45, 116, 141 Mayberry, William, 116, 158 Meade, Tom, 51, 60, 61, 92, 93, 96, 101, 158 Merritt, Ronald, 114, 158 Michaels, Aline, 97, 158 Michaels, Gordon, 97 Miller, David, 158 Milsaps, David, 114, 141 Mooney, Carol, 17, 49, 89, 100, 101, 106, 158 Moore, Ed, 114 195 196 Morehead, Alan, 142 Moretz, Boyd, 142 Moretz, Donna, 158 Morgan, George, 158 Morgan, Sharon, 158 Morris, Dennis, 158 Moses, Finley, 84, 116, 155 Moses, Martha, 158 Moskowitz, Connie, 130 Moss, Angelina, 142 Moss, Brenda, 158 Mullins, Bruce, 158 Mullins, Sharon, 108 Murphree, Heather, 158 Murray, Don, 158 Nation, Don, 89, 112, 11 8, 130, 131, 162 Neff, Larry, 142 Neil, Hugh, 4, 89, 96, 101, 112, 142 Newton, Alan, 116, 158 Nipper, Alva, 106 Nipper, Sandra, 158 Norris, Elaine, 159 Norwood, Steve, 8, 159 Odom, Jim, 159 dinger, Mike, 71, 74, 142 Overton, Rick, 60, 61, 89, 116, 159 Ownby, Steve, 55, 112, 142 Painter, David, 142 Painter, George, 89, 90, 114, 148 Parker, Buddy, 4, 90, 91, 159, 174 Parrack, Dick, 93, lOi, 130 Parris, Oletha, 159 Pathway, Tom, 116, 159 Patterson, Gary, 159 Payne, Kelly, 84, 85, 114, 159 Peach, Shirley, 99, 159 Pell, Steve, 114, 159 Penniman, Wayne, 84, 85, 111, 112, 159 Perkins, Carol, 86, 87, 104, 130, 159, 162, 166 Perkins, Linda, 106 Pless, Ted, 97, 159 Phillips, Deborah, 106 Pollard, Debbie, 17, 106, 116, 117, 127, 142 Porter, Chris, 112 Powell, Bill, 160 Pressley, Roger, 112, 160 Preston, PhyUis, 110, 160 Purdy, Mary Jane, 160 Quails, Rod, 97, 101, 160 Rains, Jerry, 97, 160 Ramsey, Doug, 160 Rasnake, George, 143 Rasnake, Louise, 143 Raulston, Larry, 160 Ray, Lynda, 110, 160 Ray, Mike, 55, 89, 112, 131, 136, 143 Ray, Steve, 91, 112, 160 Raymer, Gene, 71, 74, 160 Reagan, Mary, 110 Reagan, Randy, 160 Reed, Marcia, 143 Reed, Terry, 101, 104, 160 Reeverts, Elaine, 94, 106, 160 Rehnquist, Donna, 69, 160 Reinhardt, James, 98, 116, 160 Renninger, Allen, 160 Reynolds, Jane, 98, 110, 160 Rhodes, Larry, 160 Richardson, Annabel, 160 Riddle, Randy, 160 Riddle, Sandra, 69, 160 Riddle, Virginia, 95, 96, 125, 130, 143 Rines, Joyce, 160 Roberts, David, 57, 160 Roberts, Tom, 160 Robinson, Eddie, 103, 116, 160 Rogers, Mary, 108 Rogers, Bob, 112, 160 Rowland, Brenda, 55, 108, 160 Rudder, Donna, 110, 161 Ruth, Richie, 47, 64, 161 Rymer, Anne, 106, 161 Sandefur, Judy, 10, 104, 161 Saunders. Barry, 91, 112, 161 Satterfield, Jeri, 57, 60, 61, 99 Schnauffer, Bill, 97, 114, 161 Schneider, Dorothy, 143 Seneker, Steve, 89, 114, 154, 161 Settle, Sally, 108, 161 Shell, Rebecca, 108, 161 Shelton, Charlotte, 94, 96, 104, 130, 161 Shelton, Hurman, 71, 161 Shelton, Janice, 54, 106, 161 Shockley, Linda, 69 Shorter, Bobby, 71, 74, 106, 166, 161 Shrader, Don, 94, 161 Sides, Danny, 161 Simonds, Ray, 161 Simpson, Clinton, 143 Sims, Ronnie, 162 Slack, Dicky, 55, 71, 75, 162 Smith, Carol, 99, 108, 162 Smith, Carolyn, 97, 98, 162 Smith, Doris, 14, 55, 88, 104, 130, 162 Smith, Jay T., 114, 143 Smith, Marty, 64, 116 Smith, Michon, 99, 162 Smith, Olin, 162 Smith, Thomas, 58, 60, 61, 116, 162 Snavely, Keith, 99, 112, 162 Southerland, Kay, 162 Sparks, Charlene, 69, 99, 162 Speak, Sue, 108, 162 Stansell, Joe, 162 Stapley, David, 8, 99, 143 St. Clair, Bob, 46, 112 Steffner, Starr, 54, 104, 162 Steger, Bill, 93, 116, 162 Stephens, Russ, 162 Steppe, Bill, 112, 163 Stetler, Glenn, 93, 114, 163 Stewart, Jim, 71, 163 Stewart, Jim L., 163 Stewart, Patrick, 163 Stipes, Darrell, 114 Stone, Priscilla, 98, 104, 144 Strange, Leslie Ann, 93, 106, 162, 163 197 ' m Yfm 198 Stringer, Eddie, 91, 114, 163 Stroback, Sam, 116, 163 Stultz, Bob, 163 Sturgill, Dennis, 163 Sullivan, Tim, 46 Suttles, Sharon, 108, 163 Sutton, Wanda, 163 Swanson, Susan, 94, 108, 163 Tan, Jeanette, 57, 103, 110, 163 Tapp, Bill, 60, 61, 93, 112, 163 Tate, Charles, 163 Taylor, Marlene, 110, 163 Teague, Daris, 69, 163 Thacker, Kathleen, 69, 99, 102, 163 Thiem, John, 46, 163 Thomas, Dianne, 163 Thompson, Boydie, 98 Thompson, Bill, 89, 114, 154, 163 Totten, Jay, 166 Tillett, Lynnda, 163 Tipton, Suzanne, 163 Tittle, Cheryl, 163 Torchick, John, 163 Torian, Gary, 144 Toth, Skip, 114 Traver, Al, 163 Triplett. Rufus. 14, 57, 88, 90, 93, 103, 112, 125, 126, 130, 131, 144 Turner, Ronnie, 71, 75, 163 Underwood, Carolyn, 110, 164, 168 Uren, Harriet, 144 Van Der Cammen, Brenda, 97, 164 Vaught, Garnetta, 164 Verble, Dorothy, 89, 90, 101, 103, 104, 162, 164 Viar, Lawrence, 112, 164 Vickery, Scherry, 98 Vogelsang, Al, 91, 95, 164 Waddle, John, l( Walker, Ira, 164 Walker, Linda, 104, 164 Walker, Mike E., 4, 95, 164 Walker, Mike T., 164 Waher, Sharon. 6, 17, 50, 63, 86, 87, 90, 93, 104, 118, 121, 164 Wamack, Parker, 116 Ward, Barbara, 93, 97, 130, 164 Warden, Bill, 71, 75, 164 Warfield. David, 116 Warlick, George, 144 Wattenbarger, Barbara, 164 Watson, Willard, 144 Weaver, Susan, 55, 94, 106, 164 Weaver, Wain, 93, 164 Webb, Bill, 114 Weeks, Carol, 108, 165 Werner, Diana, 60, 93, 165 Wetterstroem, Mary, 108, 165 Whaley, Marilyn, 46, 108, 165 Whaley, Rex, 71, 74, 144 Wheatland, Jeri, 106, 165 White, Jim, 116 Wicker, Susan, 165 Wieser, Dan, 112, 144 Wilhite, Chuck, 114 Wilhite, Becky, 90, 96, 100, 103, 106, 112, 113, 120, 130, 165 Wilhoite, Allen, 114 Williams, Carl, 144 Williams, Charles, 165 Williams, Jack, 165 Williams, Sarah, 165 Wilson, John, 145 Wilson, Linda, 165 Wilson, Faye, 110, 130, 165 Winningham, David, 165 Woodward, Barbara, 145 Woodward, Martha Nell, 106, 165 Woody, HiUyard, 165 Wright, Ann, 57, 93, 97, 130, 145 Wright, Ted, 116 Wyatt, Deborah, 108, 165 Wyers, Ed, 165 Wynne, Phil, 97, 114, 165 Yarnell. Phyllis, 165 Yater, Mary Alice, 110, 165 York. Pat, 165 Yount, Allen, 103, 116, 165 Zeigler, Fred, 93, 98, 112, 165 Ziegler, Helen, 108, 165 Zirkle. Kathy, 55, 102. 145 Zirkle, Linda, 59, 89, 99, 104, 148, 165 Index Introduction 2 Yesterday 13 Greek Weekend 17 May Queen 16 Spring Show 18 Tribute 22 Today 25 Administration 26 All-Sing 56 Alpha Chi 130 Alpha Xi Delta 106 Ambassadors 90 Art Club 98 Baptist Student Union 97 Basketball 70 Cheerleaders 86 Chi Rho 98 Choir 92 Circle K 91 Deha Kappa 131 Delta Rho Mu 97 Drama 58 Drama Club 98 Entertainment 62 Faculty 30 Gent ' s Night 55 Golf 82 Governing Board 95 Graduation 132 Greek Honors 120 Greek Weekend 118 Independents 102 Interfraternity Council 103 Intramurals 65 Kappa Delta 106 Lecture Series 52 Library 42 May Queen 63 Miss TWC 128 Mr. TWC 129 Mr. Ugly 54 New Exponent 100 Nocatula 101 Nocatula Staff 177 Panhellenic Council 103 Phi Beta Lambda 97 Phi Mu 110 Phi Sigma Kappa 116 Pi Kappa Delta 94 Pi Kappa Phi 112 Psychology Club 95 Roundtable 99 Senior Class 136 Senior Superlatives 126 Sigma Kappa 108 Sigma Phi Epsilon 114 Spring Show 60 Staff 43 Student Christian Assn 96 Student Government Assn 88 Tennis 84 Underclassmen 146 Who ' s Who 124 Women ' s Athletic Association 94 Women ' s Chorus Tomorrow 169 Advertisements 179 200 - r ' r Ubratv
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