Tennessee Wesleyan College - Nocatula Yearbook (Athens, TN)

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-I ■■i:--r- -li£:i! ' f. 1 NOCATULA 1980 92219 THE NOCATU. -i ' lay dyipq ,1 1 ' , plLnged a. Knife into her breast Buned to- gether, the Chief placed an . acorn it Connestogas hand and a hackberry in Nocat alas hand, symbolizing ur.dy ng love. " Froin these there developed two trees which stood on this spot for 150 Vears. _ .. , w " TiSCn 13 ?6 NOCATULA 1980 MERNER-PFEIFFER LIBRARY TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE ATHENS, TN 37303 STUDENTS OF THE PAST This year a special reunion was held at the Alumni Homecoming Weekend in October. Many students of TWC of the past were here. Pictured below are some of them. Pictured on the opposite page is the generation of tomorrow. Are they the future students of Tennessee Wesleyan College? JUL 7 -81 OF THE FUTURE? STUDENTS OF THE PRESENT! ■. -■- ■ . ' ' 1 __ _£i There is always time for making friends, and being with them. TWC offers a very friendly atmosphere that everyone should take advantage of. Of course, there is always time for some fun (such as rolling the campus minister ' s office)! mumtsitri The pictures on this page represent friendship. On the opposite page, students enjoy themselves at the " Sock- Hop " held in the gym in November. Everyone had loads of fun, including Coach Paul! WM I P MffiE n E F JKi ' J b ' ' 51 I Cfcl 1 1 1 J. t ' P - 1 1 I would like to share with you a saying a friend shared with me. You may have al- ready heard it! " Live, Love, and Laugh, especially the last. " — Editor NOCATULA ' 80 IS DEDICATED to those whose lives touched ours BEV BEASLEY CATHEY DELANEY ANDREA HIGDON AND JANIE GANN ORIENTATION 10 REGISTRATION Jl ' « .i.?t I 11 TWC ON STAGE f » a ( f H ■P|K.I M ml T 4 m i 13 12 13 HALLOWEEN IS TWC BULLDOGS IN ... SOCCER 16 x ., ' " t. ---i S ■i s ' 18 LADY BULLDOGS IN . VOLLEYBALL Diane Hunt returns to sports byway of playing on the volleyball team. Lady Bulldogs are ready to WIN! " OK girls, we ' re going to win this one! " 19 TWC BULLDOGS IN BASEBALL There were several new faces on the baseball team this year . . . combining their talents with the talents of the returning players, they pulled together to have an over all good team. Under the direction of Coach Wayne Norfleet the baseball team provided some good sports action for their fans. Congratulations and good luck in the future! 20 21 22 TWC IN SPORTS BULLDOGS ARE BEST! The TWC Men ' s Basketball Team provided the fans with many tense and exciting moments during the sea- son. They are to be congratulated for doing such an excellent job in all of their games and all the tourna- ments. The talents of the freshman transfers together with the " oldies " made for a winning combination that had the crowds on their feet! Keep up the great work and many thanks to Coach Farmer! Senior, Doug Armstrong, was out most of the season, but when he did play he played great. We ' re proud of you, Doug! i:- 1 24 ' Let ' s Boogie, Lynnie! ' Many new talents were found . . . the returning players put forth their best . . . the freshman showed a promise for the future . . . GOOD LUCK NEXT SEASON! 25 vi: l a 01 BS- B Too close for comfort! " It ' s sky-high! " ■j ■ 1 ■pi 1 P ' Kv; - ' " l V jHa iS! P 3Sl « k . fl B liid I 9 The fans packed the gym to show their support. 26 %2i(l " Look at me, guys! ' YOU ' RE GREAT GUYS! BSM Vr f- iHH f p .J .- W ■ H% ' - %= " Why do I feel so alone? " It looks so EASY! MERNER-PFEIFFER LIBRARY .TENNESSEE WESLEYAN COLLEGE ATHENS. TN 37303 27 28 ■««. LADY BULLDOGS IN BASKETBALL This year, the members of the TWC Women ' s Basketball Team are to be congratulated for a job well done. When the pressure was on, they always managed to play superbly. The team, as well as everyone else, was deeply sadened by the tragic loss of 3 of it ' s members. They were Andrea Higdon (above left), Cathey Delaney (above), and Bev Beasley (left). We will always remember them, but perhaps we should remember even more the strength, courage, and love shown by the remaining members of the team. Coach Paul, Rhonda Jones, Magaret " Moose " York, Gail Williams, Joyce Arnold, Joni Pettit, Tammy Odum, Missy Murphy, Lisa Synder, and Kim Hamilton — WE ARE SO VERY PROUD OF YOU! 29 TWC CHEERLEADERS ■i " J ill « ■k w -- ri 30 Cheerleaders for the ' 79- ' 80 school year were: Melody Murphy, Sheila Jackson, Christine Morris, Helen Gillespi, Jennie Ross, Kim Marting, Lisa Webb, Debbie Taylor, Tec Conar, Bryan Haile, and Chuck Harrison, Many improvements were made and it was great to see a real cheerleading squad in the TWC gym! Our photographer caught the cheerleaders at a b ' day party enjoying some good food!! HOMECOMING 1980 QUEEN AND COURT Homecoming Queen 1980 is Valeri Price. Valeri is a Junior and she was escorted by Dwayne Fisher. Pictured above are (from left to right) — 1st row: Diane Hunt (senior), Valeri Price (junior), and Michelle Hay (freshman). 2nd row: Teresa Lintz (senior), Sheila Jackson (sophomore), Debbie Taylor (freshman), and Rebecca Howie (Homecoming Queen 1980). 3rd row: Joni Pettit (sophomore) and Melody Murphy (junior). 32 o ganizatjoa - ALPHA XI GAMMA SORORITY Pictured are: (first row) Ginger Richardson and Susan Ray; (second row) Teresa Meredith and Pam Harrison; (third row) Laura Ray, Michelle Hay, Debbie Taylor, and Lisa Dorr. Not pictured are: Gielda Allen, Kim Hamilton, Lea Burger, Donna Nelson, Gayle Reese, and Betty Miller. 34 SIGMA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY b r o t h e r s and little s i s t e r s 35 s I G M A K A P P A S R R I T Y Pictured are (from top to bottom): Bonnie McCammon, Teresa Cox. Donna Takahashi, Sandra Wilson, Kim Martin, Cheryl Murphy, and Cindy Johnson. Not pictured; Nancy Barton, Julia Crystle, Becky Dockins, and Jane Parry. 36 brothers and little sisters U DD U P I K A P P A P H I F R A T E R N I T Y 37 TWC CHOIR i OFFICERS This year the choir was involved in many activities. The choir performed in the TWC on Stage, Christmas concert, went to West Tennessee on Spring Tour, and most of the choir members were involved in the musical production " OKLAHOMA! " The ' Reflections ' and ' Consolidation ' (pictured on opposite page) are two small singing groups made up from the choir. Pictured to the right are the choir officers. They are: Grayland Lawson, Vice-President; Gielda Allen, President; Mr. Lynn McGill, Director; Teresa Cox, Secretary; and Jane Parrv, Treasurer. 38 Tom Curtner (sitting), Sheila Axley, Julia Crystle, Jonna Williams, Teresa Meredith, Debbie Taylor, Dan Eirod, John Blassingame, Russ Crum, Gordon DeLashmitt, and Giles McClintock. THE CONSOLIDATION (1. to r.) Russ Crum, Michelle Hay, Grayland Lawson, Mr. Lynn McGill, Ginger Richardson, and Perry Hardaway. 39 The Wew Txponen t Advisor: Dr. Genevieve Wiggins Editor: Cindy Johnson Campus Events: Ginger Richardson Sports: Dwayne Fisher Typist: Ginger Richardson Staff: Michelle Hay, Joe Musapatike, and Jonna Williams Advisor: Mr. Tom King Editor: Jane Parry Photographers: Ward Fleissner, Susan Ray, and Kellye Williams Staff: Chuck Harrison, Kim Martin, and Ginger Richardson Bulldog Design: Tim Parry NOCATULA 1980 WESLEYAN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 41 WHO ' S WHO AMONG TWC SENIORS Grayland Lawson, Darlene Davisson, Pat Craig, Teresa Meredith, Anita Van Dyke, Tec Conar, Bryan Haile, and Britt Shivers. Not pictured: Lea Burger, Maji Millaway, Debbie Burton Seay. and Rebecca Rayburn. 42 Tec Conar, Libba Hawkins, Janice Patrick, Ginger Richardson, and Bryan Haile. Not pictured: Dwayne Fisher. JUDICIAL COUNCIL 43 s T U D E N T G V E R N M E N T A S S c I A T I N SGA Officers, from Left to right, are: Ginger Richardson, Treasurer; Bryan Haile, Vice-President; Diane Hunt, President; and Jane Parry, Secretary. This year Tennessee College had a lot to be proud of. Diane Hunt, from Etowah and a Senior at TWC, was chosen to represent the state of Tennessee in the Miss USA pageant. Also, Senator James Sasser came and visited our campus during the opening convocation Spring Quarter. Diane with President Naff 45 THE MASQUED PLAYERS This year the members of the Masqued Players, with the guidance of Mr. Whiting, put on the play production " DON ' T DRINK THE WATER " . Almost all of the members were involved in the production " OKLAHOMA! " , if they weren ' t on stage, they were behind the scenes working hard. Many thanks to all of them for doing such a good job all year, and a special thank- you to Mr. Whiting. Pictured to the right are the officers. They are (from bottom to top): Jonna Williams, Cindy Johnson, and Julia Crystle Pictured below are all the members of the MASQUED PLAYERS. We are all looking forward to seeing some good play productions next year! 46 F K h: s H C M T. A A N S s sssjsfe;; " s p H iVl c R T. h: A s s 47 JUNIOR CLASS 48 ADMINISTRATION, STAFF, AND FACULTY ADMINISTRATION George Naff President AND STAFF 50 Jim Cheek Assistant to the President Albert Dimmitt Academic Dean George Miller (center) Dean of Student Services Eugena Miller Business Office Jean Arrants Business Office Ward Fleissner Publicity Director Robbie Ensminger President ' s Secretary i r Chris Wilson, Campus Minister Mildred Smith, Registra 52 Damon Mitchell Director of Admissions --- m wr ' ' f m - lU k g Sandy Laycock Secretary in Admissions Phyllis Bostick Secretary Charlie Bellows Financial Aid Director Lucile Raper Academic Dean ' s Secretary Betty Miller Secretary in Admissions 53 Mrs. Anderson New Hall Dorm Nelson Greene Bookstore Manager Fowler Hall Ron Kelly Cafeteria Manager Gayle Reese Dean of Student ' s Secretary Brenda Culpepper Student Assistant in Science Department Charlotte Washington 54 Janice Boyce, Music Ed Chester, Business m H KK ' ¥ - . £1 " - Vr r ' w. Lowell Brubaker, Psychology Edmond Cox, Science F A C U L T Y Durwood Dunn, History Dave Duncan, History 55 Dwain Farmer, Health Physical Education Maxine Fisher, Education Jeff Folks. English Don Gibler, Science Mary Greenhoe, Music B.T. Hutson, Business 56 V J Betty Keirn. Health Physical Educatiun Tom King, Communicati( Lynn McGill, Music Brenda Paul, Health Physical Education Judge Fred Puett, Business Bucky Reynolds, Psychology 57 ■» -.1 ! Courtney Senn, Math Robert Ryberg, Education B i 1 H ' ' . ' . J 2ii 2 Alton Smith, Math Jim Thompson, Sociology Lynn Whiting. Speech Theater Genevieve Wiggins, English John Woods, Science 58 LIBRARY Louise Harms Jim Tingen Kim Warnken Jane Shultz Vera Coe 59 GRADUATION AT TWC JUNE 7, 1980 10:30 A.M. TOWNSEND AUDITORIUM 60 ' ' Left: Dorothy Farmer; Second row: 1 to r. Anita Van Dyke, Dan Elrod; Third row: 1 to r, Becky Rayhiirn. Pat Craig. 1 61 Top row: 1 to r, Teresa Meredith, Doug Armstrong; Bottom row: 1 to r, George Freed, David Sherlin. 62 Right: Kim Graves; Below: John Blassingame: Bottom row: 1 to r. Doug Hutson, Tim John- son. M 63 Left: Kathy Dougherty; Below: Warren Davidson; Bottom row: 1 to r, William Leslie. .lohn White. J 64 Left; Britt Shivers; Below: 1 to r, Leslie Cameron. BiUv Cole, Jr. 65 Right: Maji Millaway; Second row: 1 to r, Ken Brown, Darlene Davisson; Third row: 1 to r, Lillie Howie, Greg Epperson. 66 Right: Terry Mason; Below: Libby Bagley; Bottom row: Taylor Hardy, Ed Taylor. 1 — f— s ■ ■ ■■ J ' fC id m ( 1 67 68 HARRIS JEWELERS GEM CHEST, INC. 109 Madison Park Shopping Center Athens, TN 37303 CREATIVE CRAFTS ART CRAFT SUPPLIES SARAH POLNTER, OWNER 745-2072 214 N Whites St. Athens, TN 37303 ATHENS PLOW DIVISION Austin Products Athens, Tennessee by Athens FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 69 The Liberty Bank OF TENNESSEE MembB ' Fedeial Deoosil insurance Co porBtion WITH FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU ATHENS, ETOWAH and ENGLEWOOD LADIES APPAREL ' . G z Am OWNERS: Rae Hutchins Linda Chestnut 110 North Jackson Avenue 745-3711 VJf 70 Vesta Gas Electric Ranges Manufactured Exclusively By ATHENS STOVE WORKS. INC. PO BOX 10, ATHENS, TN 37303 WCI One of the White Consolidated Industries BULVA WATCHES Diamond Rings compliments COPENHAVERS JEWELRY JOHNSON ' S HOME FURNISHINGS ®1|E lAES] ' Men ' s Finer Clothing " 114 N. White St. Athens, Tenn 37303 Phone 615-745-8778 % he Difference infllflVFIELD is QUALlTTand FLAVOR I Should Know...My — Mother Works for... iUT i:. mflVFIELD 72 CHEROKEE HARDWARE CO. 13 MADISON ATHENS, TENNESSEE 37303 O E ERwrN wANAGfi WwW S A t? ' T«1ephon« 745-3323 ATHENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Main Office: 106 Washington St. 745-1111 Decatur Pike: 1103 Decatur Pike 745-0981 Etowah: 623 Tennessee Avenue 263-1181 FSLIC 73 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Park Avenue, Downtown on the Square, and Decatur Rd. Member FDIC 74 SOUTHERN UNITED BANK ETOWAH, TN 37331 MAIN STREET, ETOWAH Each depobitor insured to S4O.O0O m ffDERAL D?POSn iNi ' jRiNCF CORPOCATIQN 75 Another year has come to an end. There are many memories . . . some sad, some happy. We ' ve lost some old friends, but we ' ve made new friends. To all of those who graduated, we wish the best of luck and happiness always. To Everyone . . . friends are for life. — The Editor 76 JOSTsWS eOOKE LIBRARY For Reference Not to be taken from this room ■-• ' .


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