Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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C. li. llxnm e icafion ln order to express in a small measure the sincere ap- preciation and gratiludefelt Irv thefriends and students qf Treveeea. both past and present. jar the unselfish devotion to Treuecca and tlze principles for which she stands that have caused them to devote lo her the best -YUUFS qf their lives at a SlIf'l'liflC'9 which can be lrnown onlv in heaven and rewarded onlv lp' the lllasler, the 1935 DARDA is affectionately' dedieated to DH. and MRS. C. li. lI,mnY Or---H ew P11 Q THIEDARDA A A gl 1 lr w w l Z S H 1, -- . l... 'I 'B fp X Y-:SS fx fi' lil - sim ,V , IQ S X N.. . -4 Y 5 , t, 4 ,.f-.Z ,, 4 ..f , X is . X, if A gi " 5 x iq f vi ,M f-..Xl ..,. . 'J A J.. I si if A"v ,E --fa I z 2, Q as AR. .. ,Q , . , . in ., ix 'fs 'Qx 1. If fr kv . " M '-s , , Nxt. f .1 'N ... ,X I Q, , 1 B L It 5' we -- L .. f N 'Pug 1' Si x .ei 1' ...fb .- Nm-f , 'gm i wg- FACULTY AND .ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS A. B. MACKEY. A.B., M.A. I 'ice President. Dean of College, F rent-lx. Education, College Department REV. W. F. COLLIER Pastor West Clzurelz. Temporarv Business .Uanager .ADA B. CARROLL, B.MUS. Voice., Expression, Pulzlir' Selzool Dlusir EDYYARD K. HARDY flssistant Bible MRS. C. E. HARDY Dean of Unomen MRS. SADIE .AGNEYY JOHNSON, A.B.. M.A. Tlzeolughv. .Ilatl1en1atiz-s. College Department J. A. LAWSON Employment Agent. Laboratory' Assistant. College Department MRS. W. M. LOTT Diploma of .-lrt. Ruskin Cave Pultlir' Selmol .-lrt MRS. A. B. NIACKEY. A.B. French, English, High School Department MRS. M. A. NIACKEY Prineipal Grammar Selmol LLOYD C. PARSONS, A.B.. M.A.. TH.B. Historv. Plzilosoplly, College Department AMY L. PERSON. A.B., M.A. Registrar, English, College Department A A A TIHIIEDARDA Q S X FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS M. IC. REIIFORD. B.S.. B.D. IIITIIITIIIII High Srlmnl, Hislurv. Latin. High .Srlmnl IJPIIIIVIIIIPIII MRS. M. IC. REIIFORII, ILS. Sl'iPIlI'l', .1IUIllPlIlHfIl'5, High Sf-lmul 1,f'II!Iflllll'llf DAISX' SARTAIN Pirum R. ICARL SE-XL Bnolflfvvper and lwivv JIIIIIIIQPF MRS. R. ICAIII. SEAL .-lssistant Bonlfkffepvr EULA SEAL I Se:-returv lu I rosirlvnt L. D. SHELTON Dvun uf.?UPl1 MRS. L. D. SHELTON. B.S. English, High Svlznol Ilvpurtmvnz PERRY SMITH. B.S. Sl'iPlll'0, High S1-lmnl IJFIIIITIIIIPIII MRS. NIAUDE ALLEN STUNECK. AB.. A.M.. PH.D. fPivlure Missingj German . Cnllvgr' Dvpartnlvnt EDNA MAE THOMPSON. A.l3. Home l':l'0lIUl7IIl'S, Sovial Sviffrzre. High Sflmul I ,PIIIIFIIIIPIII HARRY H. WISE Lillllifllldll Board qf Trustvvs. Bible MRS. T. A. GARRETT Illulron fIfKIll'I1PlI MATTYE DEE FAIRCLOTII Sl'l100I Nurse .JS ..- px, Q TIE 55h fa cr A L73 I 11.3. 2 5' W 4- ' i ,.. 4. .MX ..... - -' ,,. y , M4 fi A ffl 'vs 70 ' S- ai -2 F Q ,fo W' by . 3' 'Q . ' S, .,.-, 1 'mhz 'ji Q' Tw I3 --fr I 'Y . fi 6 Q T in 1 A I X ' hp xx" I V, I4 5 I wax if ' A I I ' 1 I Q' -If' E D I Q' '- f ,,4 S I vp I., lain-Ix.S,a i . I 'T'IIgr Srl an -X 1 THIEDARDA A AL. ! 1 - V . 2 5 f -I3 ft V ! -2' -' ,,,:i- X - Tr- x-if X '-Q' ln' ww A11 n Clfufrfzecialion For Reza H. II. Wise aml his good people of First Church. who, at a time when we hall no permanent home, perlnittefl us the use of their C'0I7lIll0dl0llS elzurelz building for school pur- poses. and who have thus contributed lI1Ul?l'lI1llV to the sueeess of the present school term. we reserve this page of our annual as a tolfen of our 'Page Ifighlxf ' ' gratitlule anfl appreciation -Y al. H u 5 . Ml F 11' I I' I Q? I H:- Y W' we Elma ' Vx .13 'W U E ul N N ,L . S Q! lx , , , V mg , Iff qu 'y fn zflqxjf-X-xkix N T fx hxfma ax X w . ff 'ff ffl 4, X iwffiff vw X ' lp J 'I kg ' ' Q R 1 , U ' A I' 5 Aff If fl X1 fp? ' t I J A X fwi! 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Book- keeper and Ofice Manager: Salutatorian: President Senior Class: Editor-in-Chief DARDAL President College Debating Club: Parthenian Literary Society: Missouri Club: Chris- tian Workers' Association: Missionary Treasurer: N. Y. P. S. Captain. DELLA MEYERS SEAL DES ARC. MISSOURI CFormerly of St. Louis. Missourij "I lhink all I speak. buf I spank nal ull I1hink" Most Versatile. Valedictorian: Certificate in Piano: Sen- retary Senior Class: Director Vocalian G-lee Club: Assistant Bookkeeper: Assistant Editor DARDA: Christian Workers' Association: Secretary Missionary Society: Missouri ClIIb: Senior Play: Partllenian Literary Society. ERMINA XVILTON SPRUILL Mll.l.PORT. ALABAMA "A gracious girl. 11 Smullch friend. IJIHIIIII In mrzlfea perfect naman Treasurer Senior Class: Senior Play: Parthenian Literary Society: Alabama Club. ETHEL MAE BEAVERS A1-LAN1-A. GEORGIA "Ton low rhev lluilil who builrl Lwwuth the Mars" Most Intellectual. Coeditor The Colleltilm: Presirient Georgia Club: Secretary College Debating Club, 2-Q: Secretary Parthenian Literary Society. 34Q. ALBERT BOSTICK XVURTLAND. KENTUCKY' "Thai l1c's II jolly guml fellow no une frm deny" Partbenian Literary Society: Senior Play. FRANK BLACKBURN SUMMERDALE, ALABAMA "Speech is Arcat. bu! silvnro is greater" Parthenian Literary Society: College Debating Club: Stu- dent Volunteers: Christian Wlorkers' Association. CARL BROWN JASPER. AIABMIA "Cheer up. the zrorsl is yo! In ronn-" Parthenian Literary Society: Senior Play: Bachelor Club: Alabama Club. FRANCIS MARION BOWMAN SEYMOUR. INnIANA "Our lltauglils and our colItlru'I are our own" Parthenian Literary Society: Theological Department: Christian Workers' Association. LA NELLE GIBSON MANCIIESTEII. GEORGIA ".-lrtixtir and clever. ut home wherever she gave" Certificate in Expression: Vice President Parthenian Liter- ary Society. 2-Q: Secretary College Debating Club. 3-Q: Vocalian Glee Club: Vice President Georgia Club: Christian NVorkers' Assoeiation: Athletic Association: DARDA Staff. LEAH MILDRED GIBSON I'IlGHlVAY. KENTUCKY' "In In-'r tives llicre is nn rloubling ofa world shvfinrls beautiful" Vice President Parthenian Literary Society. 3-Q: Kentucky - West Virginia Club. J.- H X Q I, ff, , GT H IE D . ff' -X -T'--. - AIRDA ---:- g ,? ix XX COLLEGE ROY I'Al'I. UOMICR Dowwutw. Mtesotttu "Uv :vue ur uwwrully' riv-il lhul nnhmlv llmnln-41 him far il" M -. Parthenian Literary' Soviety: Senior Play: Prenitlvnl 5 - raouri Club: Christian Workers' Armor-ialion: Captain Hoa- pital Work: "Alley Rat." ANTOI NE'I"l'lC ALI N IC URIFFI N Gu,t.m'rw. 'l'lcwwt-:sstatc "Tl1v rnuvln-xlv-'x rt rumllf- lr: llly: rn: ri!" I'artlu-nian Literary' Sovivty: 'l'1-lttit-sat-r' Club, MARY REATIS JOHNSON Iwi. Ititwote " Wi- low In-r fur In-r smil:-. In-r lrmlf. In-r' it-ny nf qu-nkilttz uvnllw-" Best Student. Preiiwlent Partlienian Literary Sovin-ty. I-Q: Senior Play: Ratnblere' Club: Pastoral Contniittee. MARION RICHARD .IONICS YI1lliDliN. It.t.tNots "Nu mxh is lm: ltunl for him ulm zlnr--4" Iles! All-Around. Rest Sport. Frienrlliee-t. Most Popular. Business Manager Dutnvx: Iiflilor lfullvpzirut: Partlieniati Literary' Som-iety: College Debating Club: Chtiutian Work- ers' Assot-iation: Illinoin Club: "Alley Rat." NI,-KYIS NEVADA MCGICIC Dnvt-ia. 'I'taiwNp,sn-:t-1 "Lund: unfl llw tmrlrl lutuzhs trilh -vnu" Inlliest. Partlienian Literary Soviety: Student Volunlt-4-rw Chrintian Workerw' Assof-iation: 'I'ennertsee Club. GEORGE EDCI-INE MACKICY Aunwx. IxtaNTt't'tn' "Tlu'n' goes my ftvvltrlfu Parthenian Literary Society: Ketlltteky'-West Yirgiuti Club. EWA NEW'I'U'Y Ytwt. ALAB-KMA "She lifts u ltirlvlf-n xln-ngllf' Alabama Club: I'artheuian Literary Son-iety: Christian XVorkn-re' Association, ALTA SLABAl'lSH ST. Lofts. IVIIRSUURI "IJ:-mul. yu! 1-lim-rful: urtirv. vwll rr-wigrtrrlu Partlienian Literary Society: College Debating: Club: Monitor: lli-.td Waitrei-sz Mir-souri Club: Ladies' Quartet: Christian Workers' Ar-i-oviation. LLCIEY BROWN SMITH ALI-1X'lNltliR CITY. At,ua iw x "l"1tlf' lriell lo voruw-nl him by nurnin,lt ltim Smilhu Parlheniun Literary' Soviety: Preairlent Athlelit- Awnoria tion: Vice: Prcsitlent Alabama Club: Seniol Play: Christian NVorkers' Amtoeiation. HOWARD WILSON STOCKS Pumtsn. At.Au,un "l.nnk. lu"s u'irttIin,t: up lhv trrtlrh uf his wil: Liwlvu. uml you will lwur il 1irl:." Wittit-M. Iles! Natureel. Jullient. Senior Play: Parthetlian Literary' Soriety: Alabama Club: Athletie Association Christian Workers' Assorialion. HELEN DOLORES SWINNEY Et.ooR,tuo. It.t.tNots "Lui-rf ligltlly, luugln ligltlly. :Imp guily, mul lim- al:-vplvvf' Parthenian Literary' Soviety: Presitlent Illinois Club: See- retary Stutlent Volunteers: Christian Workers' Ausoriation: Vuealian Glee Club: DARDA Staff? Senior Play: Holiness League. WILLIAM B. NVILLIAMS Gtutfontr. Tt-'xts "Irv ure sltapvtl final fusltiunwl ln' trhul tu' lun-" Vice President Student Volunteers: Treasurer Ratnblers' Club: College Debating Club: Christian Workerr-' Asnoeia tion. SE NIORS 9 AQ fx I? 3 'Q ' 9 ef- '-s fW 11' -'if it 4 6 il, K lr, xg 6- vis' ii . GN + 1 7 ugr Elrztvz 3 HIEDARDA S.. .- gb : Yi 5 'Si 4 Q-. UIXDERGRADUATE SENIORS RUSSELL ELLIOTT WALDO. Kavsxs " -I hrnrf- mlm struggling in lhe slorms flffltlif' Vice President Senior Class: President Christian Wforkers' Assoc-iation: President Student Volunteers: President Ramblers' Club: Treasurer Parthenian Literary Society: Vive Presiulent College Debating Club: Assistant Iinsinf-its Nlanager D uint: "Alley Rat." ADA LEE BLACKBURW ROBIZRTGD-XLI'-1. Al..tB-unix "II"ull:ing iiliulilrizsirvly. ulirnys rvnrb' fnr svri-irv. l4mL-ing m'1'rjusl n lilllr farther nhvn1l" Ilest Yaturml. .Klabaina Club: Parlhenian Literary So- IIELLnviLl.l-:. IL: moms tion: Ilolini-ss League: Student Volunteers. IUSEPHINE JOHNSON Ikvrxn. Knvrtiziu "Ili-nf is ,'ni1h nn- lwr iru1rhn'urrI:" Rl"I'II XYINIFRED LEWIS l'ti.oi-zasov. Wtzvr Yinuiwu ARCIIIIZ LIYDSAY af: H ani , :L PHRKINSTON. Mlsslsstvvl EUNICE LUIS MURPHY Minn. Frouiin Captain Latlit-rn' Department Jail. MILDIIED V. PAGE County XI orkhouse. I-Q: Illinois Club. BERTIIA PETTI'I' Hntsi.nx'. Onto U,-is vhuslr- ns unsunnml snott- ICl'LA PEARL SEAL Piemiox-r. Missouu H.-IX rm-rp' ns Iliff :lay is lang" az: VALAYNDO TAYLOR Wusr Sousnsizr. KEN-i-Lvcin' ANNIE LOIS TIIROWER ANtnt.Usl.t. At.,tB,AMA WILLIAM R. THOMPSON FIMNKFORT. KENTUCIU' FLOY WILHOIT Bic. Sawov. TENNESSEE Tennessee Club. GRACE GIBSON MIMS Ilicnwu. Iinxrucm' U.-I bil of ,:rnt'ily: 11 Ili! cfjuflilvw Partlieninn Literary Soviety: Alabama Club. "Tli11v un- m'i'r'r rilnnv who arf' rlrvompanirlrl by mflzlv llu:ngl1ls" Parthenian Literary Society: Ramblers' Club: ' , College IJ4.-bating Club: Christian Wbrkerfa' 5 I'Ii.iz.uxr:'ra'r0wN. Iiiivois 1 "She lluu lnringx sunshine unto others rnnlml hvrsplfn Partlienian Literary Society: Captain Laflies' "If'liv iiurrjvf' Thi- iuurlil goes nn just Iliff snmt Parthenian Literary Society: College Debating Athletic' Assoviation: Council Bachelor Club. riet y. RETA FISHER IIEYTON. Il.LiN0ls ",-I lnrvly laeb' gnrmmzlvrl in fflllllu Iluinx Staff: Parthenian Literary Society: Senior Play: 'fl Illinois Club. NI ARTIIA ELIZABETH GREE N ".llui4lc-n. slrnngz-r uml wi-rvl. mol anrl pun' ns suniniur rum Parlhenian Literary Soviety: Christian Work:-rs' As:-ovii n girl fushiunml of wrong jilwrsfi-mirziuf-, luyully. Parthenian Literarv Sofiety: Captain Ladies' Ihquirtnient Jail. I-Q: Christian Workers' Association: Iloliness Leagni-. "fl Iilllc' ulnnf. u litlle shy. rvljv xirwfli' Parthenian Literary Soeiety: Christian Workers' Assoria- tion: lloliness League: Ixentiu-ky-IX est Yirginia Club. Senior I layl Assoriation: kr-vp il from Departnlent Ytitliesl. S4-vri-tary to President: Vncalian Glee Club: Il-XIKIIK Staff: Athletic Assoriation: Christian Workers' Assoviation: Missouri Club: Parthenian Literary Society. i Club: "Never iullv u mum:-nl. hui lhriflwv and Ihnughlful of others' Parthenian Literary Society: Christian Yvorkers' Assovia- tion: Ilolint-ss League: Student Volunteers: Alabama Club. "Hr gums sli-mlilyfnn lime-and does his flu!-v well" College Quartet: Parthenian Literary Society: Christian Workers' Association: Ixentucky-West Virginia Club. "The present iv hritlhl trilli lliefulurel' "Hr-r qunlilivs were suvli llinl we can sneak mfll uf lu-r" Partlienian Literary Society. Ixenlurky-West virginia Club. J,- w N , i Ps- '-'E l 3-'S 1- Z .-.ft,,, -5 -X s 5 CLASS N lhe fall of l'tI43 lilly l'ireshmen eutereal the saereil walls ol' 'l'rn-yea-ea Nazarene College to wage yyar against the fort-es of superstition. ignoranee. aml -.in. We tlo not mean to ln- eoneeiterl. liul ss in the sehool. NX e hail a lifleen states anal one foreign in our elass. llieharnl Jones Professor Foskey was eh-eteul gooil leaclers the elass stooul oyer any gnotl program that tlier helpetl tis in the l.iterary oek Fai-ulty" that year. "'l'he lileyalor to Sue:-ess ls iirs." anal trieal to praeliee it, the railing as we strugglefl up - tool-A neyi hope we soon realizetl that we were the hest ela great yariely ol' talent. aml eounlry were representetl was eleu-teal Pr--sitleltt anul Sponsor. With these two together as a unit anrl pul we tlesirerl. Our large nun Soi-iety'. We put on the "M li e 4-hose for ollr lnotlo. Not llunning. 'llal-te the Sta So'n'- of us almost fell oy er nlfllglisll Composition l'lligltl." lull yu when we eaughl sight of 4-li'nlxetl upwarrl, ,lune value anrl yye hall elassmales. realizing that return tlte next year. "l'sy ehology l.antling." Alnul to Intl fareyiell to our elf-ar some ysoultl not lie alrle to SENIOR C A N ages past. when star :lust ft-ll upon the hearts of men. anrl tlruiuls roameul our worlul aliout. sueh .i tale as l shall tell wottltl not have lien-n unlikely: lint eome hither and hear ye a relie ol' the sa-er anrl knower of many things eouehesl in monlern phraseology, The unfoliling len long years - s. - .una. l sat liefore my tiny lire thinking of other -veeea College sehoolmates. lightly a litl'e il from the tip of a Ilame antl luule me lol- took me to my naliye eounlry antl shoueil ears hail hrouglit to our 4-lass of l'tfl5. thereof follows iinnu-tlkilely. l toileil for on tht mi sion lit lil in lil' Une night as tlays anrl 'l'r4 mainlen steppi- low her, She me what ten y What, hol 'l'he hall of Congress-the Speaker of the llousc is engagevl in untangling some politieal squalilule. l.ookf Ile has llolu-rt's Rules of Urnler in his hanill Earl Seal! Who else lint? Again. l am usherenl into a magnilieent lianquet hall, Lights rival the sun in lirillianee, N lieaulifully prepart-sl talvle with eul erystal glasses linkling in the hannls of lveauliful women anal stately men. llella is entertaining some ol' her husluantl's frienils. Among her guests l see another yyhose llark liroyyn eyes anrl slightly' graying hair seem strangely l'amili.ir. ll is none other than Rieharul tlliekl jones. But who woultl alare so to atlrlress him noyy? lle staiuls at the heaul of the nalionfChief .lustiee of the Suprenu- Court' Uur lihief .lusliee is untluly intereslesl in the lally at his left. Nluving a little i-loser. l gasp with surprise. A returnerl missionary talks with great tears slantling in her soft lilue eyes, l ani templetl to spoil the vision hy whispering. "Lois Murphy!" 'l'he erueial moment is passeclrrthey' laugh together. Uur elass is lalying a lxig share in the honors of the tlay. l'ilhel Mae lieavers look the Pulitzer l'ri7e for writing the hesl novel in l'Pl l. Other literary lightsflaiis 'l'hrow- er is an outslanaling poet of the clay: lina TN:-yyton elelighls the ehihlren with her heauliful stories of the peoples ol other la mls where she maile an exlenrlezl stutly. Swiftly' the seene is ehangetl anml a beautiful home in Alaliama eonies liefore me. Nyho is that sitting on the poreh in the twilight? Xl hy itis Carl llroyynf A little hlonrle girl olaliout four years is playing on the floor at his feet. Yes. your surmises are eorre4 t: Carl antl lleta have lu-en marrieil seyeral years. As l aiu earrietl flown the roail from the Brown home. I eonu- aeross a lieltl where seientilie experiments are lueing earrietl on. Frank Blaeklrurn antl Alliert llostiek have formetl a partnership and are employ eil lry' the State llepartment of Agrieulture. My' heart almost failed to funelion when l fountl myself again within the walls of Treveeea College. l.ueien Smith is now Dr. Smith. the College Presitlent. Archie Lindsay' is his private secretary. Alinc Griffin anrl llertha Pettit are both teaehing in the lligh School Department. lt seems that Bertha is no longer Miss Pettit. hut Mrs. Wiallaee. Wllile I was in the College the Poole evangel- HISTORY ln the following Sept:-nilier. the Senior Class organivesl yyith twenty -liye memliers. eh-eting lfarl Seal as Presillent. anul Professor 'lla'-key as Sponsor. ll 1- .ippreeiale their ellieienl leatlership this year. ln Ueloher we luroke the linu-worn eustom ol' initiating the l"reshmen anil estalvlishetl a pri-eevlent hy vulerluiniuu them with a pie-nie. at Shelliy Park. yyhieh was enjoyul hy' all. Home of our elass yyere almost lost in the Uxlyslit' lllomli-4" of l'hilosophy anrl l.ogie while olhf-rs were almost oyerr-olue ln the "Fog" of Chemistry . lrut as true Seniors we slruggleil on anal eamr- forth eonapu-rors. We have a loyal erowsl of l"r4-shmen this y-ear. Un kpril IH they entertained us with a ilelighlful lnanquel. whieh we shall ney er forget. -K little yyhile anrl we. yy ho have llaltlell together. will he mustereal out lo our 1liIT1-rent palliyyays of iluly. 'llay we eaeh "press forwartl toyyaril the mark for the prive ofllle htgll 1'.illingol'l.o1l in Lhrisl Jesus. W. It 'l'uoul-sos. O SS PRUPHECY istie party' paitl the sellool a yisil, 'Net-tl l say lhal Mrs. jolin ll, is our former elassmate. llulh Lewis? Nlrs. l'oole gave a report in ehapil. llussell anil Nlrs. lilliott are lalioring faithfully anwl fruilfully on the mission Iieluls of lnnlia, lyho is Nlrs. l-llliott? Wilton Spruill. of ronrse l.a N.-lle llilison is still ill Nasllyille: she is Yliss Car- roll's partner in their srltool ol expression. l"loy Wilhoite is helping her sister in the ln-auly parlor liusinn-ss. anfl sr-niling a lioy .intl girl to 'lireyeeea liranimar Srltool l yisitell the llorltl lllenlorial lluiltling anrl hearul Dolores Swinney. now a Nletropolitan Upera singer, Hula Seal .intl 'llayis Nl:-Gee trayel with llolorf-s :luring the summer season. 'l'lu- years have eaust-il Dolores ti. live true lo her name. anal she needs these tyio merry funmakers to eheer her in her quiet hours. llnyis tt-.il-lies :luring the winter ol' e.u-h year in the hills of iliennessee W. ll. 'l'hompson is pastor of the First lfhureh of the Nazarene ill Fl. Louis. Miss Filalraugh hail ileeitletl. hnally. that she uoulil rather lie a pastor's yyife than a pastor. She makes a splentliil lielter half for Rey. Thompson. l"rom St. l.ouis the seene shifts to the l,on1-,Star State. llow rlitl l get there so quiekly? Visions know tio spare or time. llr-re, ll, ll. llillianis. Nl.ll,. is a praetieing physieian anil has a host of frientls. lle employs Milelrecl l'age anrl Martha llreen as nurses in the Protestant llospilal in llallas. lloyyartl Slot-ks lis also ill llallas training monkeys for the ein-us. Green is still his fayorile eolor, 'l'hey say "gentlemen prefer lilon:les." lint it seems that women tlo not. lloy Gomer is running an all in the paper. Wanting what? 'K yyifef Curtis l'1lliott is yiee presiilent ol' the General Shoe Corporation. Gran-e Minis still wishes she eouhl join the Marines. My heart goes out to her in sy mpathy . Again. l reeognive the lu-loveil stale of Alabama. Set lar hat-k in a nook in the iyoouls stantls an oltl-fashion:-sl log house. As my yision eontintles. the faint voiee ol' it singing woman is wafterl lo my ears. 'l'he ow ner of that yoiee steps liefore me. ll is Alla Lee lllaeltlnirn. ller tlream of a log house eame true. Last of all our elass. three lxentuekians. Josephine Johnson. Mihlreil Gilison. an4l l'iugene Mae-lu-y'r Jo anrl Nliltlreul are eonlentenl olfl-maid sehool teaehers: lfugene flirln't reall Sherloek llolmes for nothing. he is noleul lar anrl near as tleleetive No. 1 in the ll. A. When the vision fanlrrl as stulilenly' as it came. the emliers hall aliefl. anrl only' the ashes ol' my lire remaineal. what of my' prophecy? Wit-ll. we shall see what we shall see. M my ll. Jourvsozv. 'F' 'Y' Page Tbirlct VI . ir H is D A it D 4 ! gl X ' OUR GOAL QTVIUIIIU suggested lp' Bliss Lots THROWERD Years ago we started for the top. It seemed that we would never reach the topg But trials sore are builders of the soul. Weary days we knew before us lay. And sleepless nights of toil before us lay. Yet we determined we would reach our goal. Long have been the days that we have climbed, And rugged. too. the path o'er which we climbed, To reach the summit of achievement high. Thorns that grew beside our winding path. And flinty rocks that lay along our path. Did pierce our hands and feet as we passed by. Now we stand upon the peak we sought. The lofty peak so long that we had sought, And look away across the valley broad. Proud we are tl1at we have gained this height- Vlve feel that there is yet a greater height- And pledge our lives in service to our God. Parents, dear. have helped us on our way. We needed them to help us on our way. And we are glad for all that they have done. lt is true. weive striven hard to win, Vllithout our parents we could hardly win. And so we honor them that we have won. May we never feel that we have wonf For only those are dead who all have won! But may our lives for others then be given. Serving others let us give our best, And God Himself will smile upon our best, And for rewardfour goalfwill give us heaven. -R. EARL SEAL. v - 4 Y nge P011 rlvrrz THEDARDA ALE-I y li l . N ' 4 Q?-ix ml ' ' ' ' 7 C1 ILLEGE nmry 4-'lm-n sinus . carl guinn ., ...,. . virginia valrolyn any-ru . 4lnn:1'llm1ll ,, . vli-ie lr. liigurrr- . mlnu fi-rn lumlli . . , rucforml luwcll vlmlmy, . juni-pll lvlunlon mink william young wink . . 1-su-lluduvia . . , ll'l4-lllyi' cle-e fain-lull: , lunnie lrruvv fricnnl priscilla gifforul liulrla virginia liaru-y , luis nlnrlin .,,.,.., clurllniln nmoro ,. ,uillierl li. lnunrv lmlell nmrgnn , gzcrlrmlepudgvlt , Wendell nmrgan phillips ,. :nary llc-len pussy ..,.., victor neil rirlmrdnun. ., willie mac wanders , , hazel ln. smith.. .... . launea loin uniilhiun, . . . .Jw , i FRESH NIEN ,, ,.., Up 1-r. 'l'vnn 1-ha ue , .NX rllis llrcm-L. K:-nlnx-Ly .,..l.vxin,ulnn. Kvnlm-ky lirin. 'l'4-Inu:-e-4-u , '. lf1'ln0m'm'u. Uvurgliu , , wieslvrvillv. Ulliu , . Imllalml. 'l'e-lim-rv-.ve Sullir.'f'nl. :Klnlmlmi . .Sullig:cnl. Alulmnia , Sl, Louis. Missouri Hlloriruuvillf-, Alulmlmi llnnlinglun. XX cal Virginian . Cluumiu. Mi:-mmri ..,l:fzisl Point. Hcnrgiu . Nnlivuo. Alnlmlvia . B1-rrp . .Klalmllui . , .Uwclmlmrm lxcnlurky . , , Nlnliilv. 'Klnlnilllu , l":iirl'nX. .Xlulullna , Mounds. lllinois . . , Morris. Alalmlna . .. Erin. 'l'1-nliessce . llanniltnn, Mississippi ..,,-Xllxany . Kvllluvky . . .Frunklin. Tclilicrmvc x If in 7, i 'S .i I ' , . h . , 2 52 l . , ,Q I 1 ,f , X X. 3 Q ' ' g N, 'N f . Q, R i ' S , 'f Q" 5 --fv 0. 1 ln- 3 ..' .- vipjq 'T -' 5 n- rv' P5 .:, 3 ' . '- . t , 3 -4 . I I -il 0 v Q A Q Q: X .W w me N x ' V 0 " Fl ' nl! 4 i F F- W f 'Uv v- 3 ' .. " J 0 i . , A ' " '- f s , Y 5' . R - 6 .2 V tt .7 " ffx if 'f I l"'!'. i . vp 'it , S 6' .- 1 gs. -N. " ' 'I X-.-nf' . " A bf . . . ' . ' , Q-". Q , ' ff ' - ' ' , 1 . i I, - . ' P ' ' . rj e K' 9 1 -jf' 5 i XA ii T 1 i X - ' 'ai . X.:-an 6 V x 5, R 1 '-L! l-.- 9 Q. ' Mi ,iw 1 , , .,.-.f., . . - 43 , Q - ' a.a.....i..,. l Page Fiffcm 'Mgr Six lam A A ARDA N:' Ji- -S V Ti S5 f T H lE D ,IEEE ' I Y s ja 'ff I I .J IJ xt 3 3 ' V wg 2 x- I HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS Y x. I . 4 Sl. JOHY EDXVARD COMPTON r , ' 'X il IIIBBCBURO. NEW JERSEY 11,59 "V, '- "Ile lmlli u L-rinirlerlgrf rgf both banks unll mulzkimf' Q --3 i i i S K Prt-sinh-nt Senior Clase: President Pro anal Con Debating 3 4 IV' r V glulu live President Octavian Literary Society: Christian I 'ifzfiiil ' " Assoeialioli. I .M X I or err. ' ' '-I 22 Q' MIRIAM MIMS A' '- - NAQIIVILLE. VIIENNESSEE , '- "Hr-r :wry wav m'vrj1n'nI1s lwrause hr-r lmurl :mi Huh!" A - I, Q , lies! Sport. Vir-e President Senior Class: President Tmines- 2,11 Q - v wee Club: Ferro.-tary Ovtavian Literary So:-iely: Pro and 1 ,L LZ. g'5,,'4: Con Debating Club: Salutatorianz DKRDA Staff. -ww L - .. 'ff' 335, f BESSIE LOUISE AYERS W ' LI-1xI:sI:'roN. IQENTUCKY J ,-'1' T 'Q "fl fri:-fully hvarl wilh man-vfrir-rI1ly:" fi. .1 Most Popular. Treasurer Senior Class: Treasurer Uvtaviau N1 Iiivterary Sooielcyf Pro and Con Dehating Club: Kentucky. f0,, ff ez-at Irulnla , II r. 'X F if-C NIA'I"l'IE FOSTER 3:1 N Easr POINT. GEORGIA l Pg 1 fi - A Hlfihvrv July falls-tli. she is allruys funnel" x mv 'YQV ' fears-tary Senior Class: Sponsor Georgia Club: OI-laviau . Q aw iw. X U" literary For-iely. 7 Pg- EL , 'X wrt? . ""c'JL , C mI'ISI-3 BALLARD 'S X ' 7 fi' - '- 'Yisl-IvII.I.E. 'III-ZNYESSEE l A F' 4,1.,.-1'-,- b 4 ' ' " ll'lm cnulal lu- na-ur:-r. nr briglzler. nr srwvlr-rf" lf' A U -V215 , I-,fgicg "fu g Z Flrlaviali Literary So:-iely: Tennessee Club. - , 53,1 xv' - 'S ' Q w i . ,ga .. - UAIUS B. BREESE 'Hx - . I ft Q ' . l . ' . gg- 3 f' -. 1' xy, IRHNE. lxszvrucm' W if QL Wx T 'V' W ' "Sl:-mlfnwl nnrl lruv. winrr-rv rznrl kim!" 155: ' xl 'V 1-. Om-layiau Literary Sur-iety: Christian YVurkers' Anno:-ialion: K- 5 ' Pa-etor EuIlu4u1IIel Nazarene Church. S kgz Q44 'N " -I MAJ Y .7 -' Al ' AYLENE CHRISTIAN , 4 , J , Iv! A H Y I Lounos. 'TENNESSEE " iv -X Q 6 ' xx .Sho is hvr nwn self. :Ulm rould lu' more! f 'GAY ' O1-tavian Literary Society: Tennessee ClIIb. Q I ' 1 , I SARA DUGGAN -:. 1':-by , ENT POINT. l:EORGI I "' N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 dl ' ' " ,ill r'. 1-ull-. nm 1' vrrr: nm mas! 1 pci: 0 y stu-1'1" . ., -. Or-tavian Literary Snviety. 4 !.f ng I-:IJWIIRIJ GLOVER ' i'. f BENTQN. lI.I.IvoIS J -f 1 "'i 255. Q " ' 4,X- "Hn sings In-rnlise he is lmpp-v" -J -5? OI-laviaul Literary Sovietyg Illinois Club. fx , 1 .7 .If , -. 1 ,, . - ,af s IzI,IzA HOLLIINb I v i ' RIMNIIKE. EVIRGININ I " ' -4- 4 :fgx --H ,, .. , .. LL , , , - ,.,A -+ vr fn 1- pnrlruys pure gnnrlnvn uf 'lu' soul 'igli , ,'u"'L i 0 I Yalt-Ilia-Ioriall: Ovtavian Literary Society: Christian lYorlI ' 'ii 'MN' ers' Association: Ramblers' Club: Holiness League. A GEORGE SMITH I ,Q " PARIS. 'I'I:NNEssEE 1 I ' Y 1.116 ' H.-I nyliniv you lmrv ariyrhing sensible la say, feel free In su-1' it' iff' 5 Q Y ,. f 1.11, , 521, ' EDWIN EARL WALLACE ,yu I Sk .,y iv ex "X U Dnvun. IIIENNESSEE I I H :dv ' fu , fy' 5 .fl lim' nf hope mul farwarrf-lonkrng mlml -'V' jizz , Pro :Intl Con Debating Cluh: Oclavian Literary Soviely F, 'Z .Q .,4, Y., L Christian Xvorkers' Asiociation. ' ' ' ir' 'H , LUCILE RHI-:A WEAVER ' lv.-KSHVILLE. TENNESQEE Q x ' me "Life is a lu-nuliful Ilream-sleep through iI."' V . , , A Secretary Tennessee Club: Octavian Literary Society. I a f f :I 1:-5, - 'Q-.' 4 -I '- - g A f Y., S, AI: 045, QL -r.- A'u.'.L -A g svlsv.-1ifi"'i' " ' J' , .L- H LA 'E AIRDA . M, w wir H IE D ill! ' A .fi ees- s Y Y - ..x S 1, SENIOR CLASS SUNG The Rom! Thu! Leruls Home The tinie has eoine for ns at last To say farew ell to friends we've inet And learned to love so very well. We Seniors hope we have for you example selff Une that will he the best for all Treveeea lligh. We see the great wide road ahead That leads us home To future lile that holds its all. Yes all for us. The Senior Class will take The way' that leads to home. And do our best to set The way for our fellow IIl0ll. God is our keeper and guide. Forever inore. We Seniors dwell upon lli111. And build our hope for Things that never pass away 4 Things God has planned For us to have forever. The parting time is near at hand' f It ean't be long. but on this road. Vi'e'll nleet again. to our great l1o111e. fliim into lil.tlYl'lR. I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF '35 l'f. the Senior Class of Nineteen llundred 'l'liirty-Fit e. realizing our early departure from this smoky elinie into the great unknown. being of sound and dt-posing mind, ineniorv. and understanding. and knowing that our priceless sorial privileges and other treasures will be of no further value to us. do make known and deelare this our last will and testament. hereby revoking all other whims. notions. preferences. and purposes heretofore expressed by us. To-uit: l. To our dear old Treveera lligh School we leaye the unboundetl love of every nieniber of our elass and also the hope of her prosperity and sueeess. 2, To our beloved prinripal and sponsor. Professor Redford. we bequeath the coming senior elass for him to sponsor anal also all the rlernoeratie and roinmunistie ideas that can be found in our elass. together with one wooden leg to be bought with the rebate monev received from him for re-tests. To the faeulty. whom we greatly appreeiate. we beqneath the right to fashion a senior elass that will meet their ideals. 1-. We wish to grant and bequeath. individually. the following talents. traits. and privileges: ill To Hayden Hieks we leave Reba Hollins' ability to study hard and long. t2J To Mr. Calvin we leave Ed Glovefs ability to sing and play the trumpet. +R. r VU To l'i1noga-ue Hood we give Nliss Fosteris tlignilietl air. tl? Louise Ayers gives to 1. IJ. Poole her soeial privi- leges. IS! To Martha lluggan. Lui-ile Xl eater leaves llonard Slurks. H17 'lihe :tri of not talking. exe:-pt when spoken to. Sara Duggan gives to Conner John-ton. til 'lin liill lie-van we leave Gains lireer-Us ability lo preat-h. itll To Xlrs. Lawson. Yliriani 'iliins giies her plat-e a salutatorian. UH George Smith bequealhs his skill as a lneehanit- to lireland Spruill, lllli To Leon Cook we give Earl Yiallaec-'s ability to sleep in class. sitting up. llll Louise llallartl leaves to ,lean llardy her ability to get Latin. H21 Aylene Christian leaves her affeetion for llli- noisans to Vary Fleek. I11 witness whereof. the class of '33, the testators, hai e lo this. our last will and testament. set our hand and seal. this 'I'wenty -Ninth Day' of Nlay, in tht year of our Lord Une 'I'housand Nine Hundred Thirty-l'live. LSIHIALJ Ions Coyirrow. --lllurlirgy. St-niar tflass nf '3.7. Page St'1t'l1lt'1':1 AA A i lI'lI A D T E D R A il A is ,VI ,' ' X f iff' X ss Tse H ii' it T ',:2'1- -- , 4- ' , 1 ' -A - ' ,, xx- - fi , I SI . A W A Wi Q? 5 x .af A x r '-ftp """- 4, 1 as 'A .NL I 5 ' -1 -A 5-T - T' . . E ' 5' 'V ...Q . 1152... - H wif ' 4 M ' I . we W- 5451? 5 , . H N 4 ! ?.Qegi,,. f v . I , -t .V .,:, , - .3 af' 1 s' .. , 4- ' ' .:zQ' if , A , 4---- 3, --1-734 E'l---- '-L ' I l , , .,,. . , A IC A - ' ,X 3 ig. A, A V I , f Q - , I -3, A fr .w asv 'gf 1 " Ay T 1 . ,,.,. ,. ,. ., A A . Us -A , . My .. b ,E . , I D, 2 :51:25-f . I 3 'X Hi ' 11- A E i .QE ' ' -- --- ..4..-., -L..J HIGH SCHOOL ,IUNIORS VIYILLIAM Cliillj C. BEVAN, President. . LEON GEORGE COOK, Vive President. , . ESTHUR EMOGENE ROOD, Sez'1'eta1j'. IIAYDEN IIICKS, Treasurer. ...,.. , . CHARLES C. CALVIN ,.... AIARY LEE COOKE ,.... HERMAN ,IOEL DANNER. .. MARTHA RUTH DLTGGAN. HOWI'ARD XVAYNE IIILL. . . COMER REED JOHNSON. . MARTLARET OPAL LAWYSON, . . . LUTHER EDWARD PACE. . . JOHN DAY'ID POOLE. . . J. BRELAND SPRUILL. ,. 1 :zgc Eigbieen . , Nvaycross, Georgia . , Sulligent., Alabama , , . .Brislol, Tennessee . . . . .Paris, Tennessee . , .Nashville, Tennessee . . .lYasl1ville, Tennessee . . .Meridian, Mississippi . . . .East Point, Georgia . . . .POflSlHOUIl'l, Ohio . . ,Exeel, Alabama . . . .. .. . .Benton, Illinois Elizabethtown, Illinois . . . , . ,Paris, Tennessee . . .MillpOrt, Alabama ,J H ALA A - H A JO A '- iii E 'lr E D R T si tw I Yi ' -lil 1 5 S .f ' e V, Q . ,V Qu " is A ax A - f 5 'f J ' T ' 5: We 7' -1- 1' QT' " 1 '5' A "' -a ' ' -.., - 3 Qg- Af . Q , A - ' 2. -9 fp. f Vbbb' QDQ- - ' W -- B., li 43.5. qc.. ' R ge, 6. ' 7? I 8. V ' sr 'V', . V , ' A 4 I V , I .05 K 6 AF' N, QU , - jg ?... a - , If .R ff 10- ff- I 12. .QA A "O, HIGH SCHOOL MJPHOMORES 4, Aj Nl.-RRY IMOGENE M ACKEY. Prrfsizlent .,.. ..,....,..,,.,. . Highway. Kentucky . ELEANOR HARDY, Vive President. . . . JEAN HARDY, Sevrvlurv-Trvusurer. . . AGNES APPLETON ....,..,,,..,... WYESLEY "Bra-ezy" BELEVY. , . , PANSY YIOLET COOPER .... , TNTILDRED DAX'I5 ...... RUSSELL DAVIS ..... , DELLMAE EVERMAN .... NOBLE JEFFERSON ...,.. INEZ MAE TWCELHINEY ...... DIARY EARNESTINE RTORGAN. .. . 'THOMAS RAYBIOND TURNER ,... 4. r ,IYas-hville, Tennessee ,Nasllvillg Tennessee .Nashville . . 4 .Allan , Ten nes-see la. Georgia Owens. West Virginia .Nashville-, Tennessee . Grenada, Mississippi Owens, West Yirginia , . . .Butler, Kentucky .Nashville. Tennessee . . . .RlObile, Alabama , . .Patsey, Kentucky Tugc Nirlufccn 7' THIEDARDA A A A iii' A X X as T sq- -QA- ' I1 .Q -. 5 A , ., A F' ' wx 'l '- '- ' .gg r QF Y "" -J - rf- . 1 - , . T - ' A: f RN if H 5, Q f'. fl . I ' ww X R 5 ,T IJ' v I ,. 'I yq f 4 All I 5.21 1 l - fd frzfaemam- IZ f,G'fe4,nm,w2. ,5fzf:pffv'7'-.fc - X ""' W5 "'x' EMT N sg , Q 'LIQ r JS' sf: T Si A . ,gp ii. 'Q T' J Vf 'F'Nxl, ' ., ,M 'E .1 -2 - ' ' :L gr , tg 1 t -,f , HIGH SCHOOL FRESHBIEN ted N'ilIllUiil, prcsirlcnt. .. , . , . .........,,....,.....,...,., Owens. Xvesl Virginia virginia mims, rice president. 4 . . , .lYashville, Tennessee james bailey, sccrctmj' ....., . . .Homc-zstead, Florida mary fleck. Il'0cISlll'l'l'. . . demelris marie hrown robert lewis chesser. . margaret sne collier. . . dora engenie esterline earliest gates, .. . . victor edward gray. . hiram "penny" hnff. john duff irwsin ..,.. ronald johnson. . . . lucy mae lindsley. . . . robert raymond mckeown. . . john a. swink .,.. ...... lIliil'gi-ll'6'l thompson. . . tellis Walworth .... . , , . , . .Enfield, Illinois . . .Nashvillm-3, Tennessee , . . Hernando, Florida , . .Nashville, Tennessee . . . .Parma.. blissouri . . , , Hawley, Texas , . , . . . . .Erin, Tennessee . . . , , .Si13Yi'Illlli, Alabama . . .Cl1attanooga, Tennessee . . , . .lNl0berly, blissonri . . ,lYashville, Tennessee ,. . .SL Louis, Missouri . . . . . . .Atlanta, Georgia A . ,Frankfor1, Kentucky . . .Dothan, Alabama GRADES AND PRIMARY DEPARTMENTS Mas. M. A. DTACKEY, Principal ..,..,, ,.,,.,,....,.....,.,..,... H ighway, Kentucky JEANETTE COLLIER ..,....,.,,, EARL FRIEND ,..i ,, HELEN GOBER, , , ANGELO ITUDSON. . MAX Monouw. . , LESTER RONEY .,,.... GEORGE TUGGLE. Jn.. . . . . . . , .lYashville, Tennessee . . .Hnntington, West Virginia . . . . , 4 .Nashville, Tennessee . . .lVIcEwen, Tennessee . . . .Mobile, Alabama . . ,Mt. Vernon, Illinois . . . .Nashville, Tennessee .4 B 'Pugr' TlL't'PIfj' ' A A flxfix V - 'Ir H IE D A H D A J .I "1 . i fx. X. 'eww -X X A K gr ay. ' ' H ' 1 NO O N E J X2 VF. M I I ' I ...f - , T A ,g -. TT I I 'NJ af-,E QA. f .I A 'nr . ' 737 J 2 IJ f RI . .- K V K 9' A' ll dwmp. rd .I I +I I Q.-.q V QIMA7 A sb A Y Q- Q Y ' EL '-. ' 'If'-f A A AQ -If -rx 'Y J ww ' 1- I ' .. ? . ' Y., 'N . I - . W , M3 , ,g,. I kg U I .WINA I .A 1 . . ahgbkx , Tv . 'Q Y N A X13 it . j A 4.75 ., " 4 57' 5 ' A ' ' 2 f I R ' ' ' 9 V . . e - , I 'emu -PM Y W W w-.H--LiILM1WY4AY:n.u- My nm, 'M t wx A E I HHH I---... . 5 . my 2 TE Q fi -A G' .,.. A -Q . Q, , , ,, jk 4- S' '-' 'f 1 ,' 21 V -1 f 'Y - -el "' 1 I' 11... . R- " 1 if I -1 J . ' V7 Iflnwxun K. lIAHm'. .. Guns Il. BIIEI-JSE. lluw-um W. IlII.I,. SCHOOL OF RELIGION TII.ll. GRAIJYATE MINISTERIAL GRADUATES WAY, ,, , .Fil Xnsln illv, T1-IIIIQ-s PP Nushvillv, 'l'4-IIIII-ssc-9 I,llI'lSllllllIlll, Ulliu MINISTICRIAL STUDICINTS Top Rau- flefl IO righljx lfIs1'EI. BOWERS. FRANCIS ROIIHAN, ,IOIIN CIOIIIITON, ISIJANTON COOK. LEON COOK, H. J. IJANNER. RussEI,I. IDAYIS, IDURA ESTEIILINI-3, .ilissimuuivz NIATTIE FOSTER Sw-mul Run-: LONNIE FIIIENI1. Jlissimzrujvz TIIOIIAs GAHIIETT. IQAIINIQS1' GATEs. ROI' GONIER. YICTOR LLR.-AY, JAMES IIA5III.'rON Third Run-: REBX IIOLLINS., JEWEI. IlOI.1'. IIIHAAI IIUIIF, NOBLE JEI'I'EIIsON, KZUNIER JOHN- SON, NIARY JOHNSON Fuurzlz Ram-: RICHARD JONES, ROIIERT MCKEOWN, GILBERT NIUORE. LOIs MI'HPIn'. MII.- DRED PAGE, Missimzaqvg JOHN D. POOLE, INEIL RICHARDSON, FRANIA RONEI, M. II. ROZZELI. Fifth Row: WOODROW SHOWVERS, ALTA SLAB.-kl'Gll. ASA SPARKS, .IOIIN SWVINK, XXVILFRED 'I'IIOMPsON, W. R. THOMPSON, EARL W,ALLACE, JOHN WESI.E1' WEIIII, TED WIIAIOTII ' ' ' ' 'Pugr Tzwzzfy-Or. EEF T it E D .A it D .A Ang? MMQEE ,M ' ' F t if 5 ' ki Z :ii - i 1 4 N. s Esvi A i is 1. V a 'tag' 5:3 A R . i': f M t 'Z. v : , if lg ,Q -I .. ,. ggi! TR M xp! .A .. 1354 ,N 1 52. . Av v x fm Q . .as Jag V - V iii: A X--1 I gg' . V i 'fi .621 A Nt.-:Q . :I I if- . L as ' X N! '3L.ul' ix 2 "" P . 9 M ' .f E rM" 'M - -1 .A .is 4 ,--. .-v, . ' 1+ if 'Q '12 . ?a'W'i .,.,. .si 'L E f "L ff - il L.i'f'11j1r,. .13 -' ' ,A .- -- - u x :tk .- T1 175'-Cf". f 'I sf.. A. -P . T m I' Si' Fa - ,ALT 4 4 . - , V- , A ..,,- A - , V -V - . ",., N- , ' -Maor-ea. ,RnFU!o,.d. if Q A N V F ' 5oq, .se r Q? , f-3. gk Bib . , r AI T3 F 1 h g .. A cv 'Certificate Students -f .. was X if' A is la: 1 ts, 552, - M Mm! Ninn mm - 'A voice aryl - . 'W E - Expt-eniory -'xv -A 'wa g 11, ,L--its Q ' -Cuok- flifwvq- -RN-r,.oa.y W, 'N The 'Qva.rlC'l7 " ' W I 1 3 A . A . , , , .,x,.., 'M -A i Rm L F A s-issf M, A fs , - - ,, Q tg , -Q1 . 55 'isis J-' L - 'wr I. Y, 5. xt, ' , -' ' . ' T -- , 1 if X x I A 'Q - . - . QA . A A f .. A. FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT "Cod sent His singers upon earth llnith songs of sadness and of mirth, That they might touch the hearts rj men, And bring them back to heaven againf, We are proud of our Fine Arts Department. Miss Carroll and Miss Sartain are unex- celled in their respective fields., and the fact that their pupils love them speaks well for their personality and ability. Certificates are granted this year to LA NELLE GIBSON., Expressiong DORTHULA NIOORE, WILLIE MAE REDFORD, and DELLA SEAL, Piano. 'L- H 'Page TIL't'l1fj'-Tll'1l . ,- 5- If ray f'VT M? M T ,Jig Y- -ff , , Fwg ,, Y .-,, 9- ' """ ' ,..'vf -,,w,,,A. v Y hr a, Y YiL4. 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A , . .. y . . , .Vg , if g -2 ' ' 1. .H I, A 'ap 5,1-H v -'X , ar 5: .3 -f- 6 ...EZ 'Q iv, -.1 t ,M ' 0 , ULQQ' . - 'I ' ?' , Ani- I I . -R , M V. l i , X XA x gf v g F -LN I ,EE J. . ik " - ' - '23 ' . fe . i 6 . -nf. 1 -- -192 'Iwi A .wif . ' Q1 " A N- -, 1 1- - E vb , IN: -, ,jp , L12 , L- V 1, ' I ,li 2' v ' , V ,4 -N. I "- , ff I fs" ff - , I I R. EARL SE.AL .,.., M. RlCH.ARD JONES. DARDA STAFF DELLA SEAL .....,. RI'ssELL ELLIOTT , . PROFESSOR NIACKEY., . . NIIRIXM Mms, . . .. DOLORES SXVINNEY, REPRESENTATIVES REEFORD CH.-KNEY. . . ASA SPARKS . . . . luIRlAMlx1IM5,.,.. JOHN D. POOLE ,... EARN ESTINE AIURGAN. VIRGINIA M1315 .... LA NELLE GIBSON. MAX RIORGAN , . RETA FISHER. . .. GERTRLTDE PAOOETT. .... . . , . . . ..,.,.,. Editor-in-Clzief . . . . . . . . . Business Hlanager , , . . . . . . . .Assistant Editor , .wlssistant Business lilanager . . . , ,..,.. Faculty .-lflrisor ..Treasurer . . . , . . , . . College Seniors . . . . . . . .College Freshmen . . . .Theologiral Department . . . . .High School Seniors .. . , , . . .High School Juniors . , . . .Hi lI School Sophomores . . . . .lgligh School Freshmen . . . . .Fine Arts Department . . . . .Grammar Department , . .Parthenian Literarv Soeietv . Christian HHOTIYQTSQ Association EULA SEAL ..... ......... . .................. ,I oke Editor NEIL RICHARDSON ............ ......., C ollege Debating Club JOHN COMPTON Cno picture-D .... . . .Pro and Con Debating Club Taye T zvmfy-F011 r Q l nnxi' I D .ir H JE H Mi' ,X-X , Q--1 fe, Y X , Q , -ie ---xA-- AIRDA f I if ,si -15.4 .1 gfxf N ' 'ff 3afi.I, . . I H' if-IZIIIAIIEIII-M, I A I ffl?-iii 'HEI 5 I N Q 0 A A n CHRISTIAN WORKERS, ASSOCIATION RI'ssELL ELLIOTT . . . . . . IIIWSIIIPIII llowxrm HILL. . I iw' l,l'l'SII,l'l1l GI-IRTRUDE PADQETT , , , Sl'I'l'l'flll1Y l'iARL WALLACE. . , . , . .... , . , , , Vl'l'l'IISlll'l'l' The Christian Wvorkersi Assoviation is the largest. most at-tive, and most important or- ganization in the school. The organization is cmnposed of all those who are actively engaged in Christian work. Aside from parlivipating in regular CllllI'Cll and mission servives in and around the I-ily of Nashville. the members of this organization conduct serviees in the County and City Workholtses, County Jail. City Hospital, and various other places. Apprnxinlately forty thousand people were reavhed with the gospel during the year. of whit-I1 number live hundred aveepted Christ. RI'ssELL ELLIOTT ..., W. B. WIILLIAMS. . .. IJOLORES SWINNEY. ,. Lots MURPHY, ..... . . STUDENT VOLUNTEERS EDNA MAE THOMPSON .... G ERTRI' In-: P un: ETT. Prvsirlvrit l ire 'ITPNIIIPIIY . . Sl-'l'I't'llll:Y . , . ,Treasurer . . . . , .Sponsor ' "Pima Tzwrlly-Fi1'n' A4 ' 'tr H JE D A R D A I..1 Fw I' ""f MZE 'Pu 5.- X ,x 25 X ,i- li! , -Y t.--- -V W- , - . , I, . . w- . ,gil--x's 'jefffasls , 2- - , .. ' in 3 . If FI .I Pb -S -iff ' M.: - 1 I Q3 II 'I I .. ti -4' 'Q-: -' I .N TT '3' . I -39 We A X, , V JI, . 2 . :ISL . ., .. A, , I? I . I I V I ' , l A K , I E., Ja Q, I I gi I I . I :NI .IIII I . , -. III I :II . I 1 - . 'I '- ' -.r .. I -II -- ...I ,Z ,I-II - I A " za - ' 3 5, f A: ' '. 'S 6 if " I . as ty . - ' , , -5 3 - -' A f fl. 22554 ig 'X ,. Y . I K I - - - - :-- ' fu I I , . I, C. w t .5 - , I ., A . ' 4' 'Rf'-L lit: II I, , A :fi -"l"3X-.A U" 'L " .. if - :ffl I 'if . KY? :. 4? 1: .A ' A ef ' if' ' 'TF i 4-2. , ' 52 " 'Z .. gg' ' ' , .' 69 '-'E " " -'-2 - - 2. -V ' . x V 1 Y 45 II 1, .. II g I - IIIIIyI I I I sIIrI LIg,,- I .f . .,,- - X "' ---mf, " :Q " -g, II, . 'N-"4fY" --in '- f E . ,I I A J :II3 .I 9. vc XI I Q7 'I II."'- 1 is .,, 6 X' -"'. 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' . s II .. if I I 1 if I n 4 ' A V 1 THE LITERARY SOCIETIES PARTHENIAN Qffnnzposvrl of Students rj College Stanrlingj OCTAYIAN CComposerl of Students of High School Stnnzlingl The Literary Societies gave their programs alternately on Friday evenings in the chapel auditorium. Their programs have been interesting, entertaining, and instrueuve: and these organizations offer splendid opportunities for talent development. The time from the Close of the program to nine-thirty was granted the students for what is known at Trevecea as "social privileges"-each couple retiring to some section of the auditorium where thev found l '7 ' ' I a sec uded CJ spot and dismissed the weather C?J at will. lhose who did not "date" usuallv assembled in the libr I I ary w lere they played games, sang, or visited-"and a good time was had by all." gt' Twrnlg'-Si.x 29 H 2 A A A 2 T IHI JE D A IR ID A fx -lixglu - -, ' 4. ----- -7- -f--f -jf Y A g 5 - O "V Fr Q A T S, 4 :V QQ. 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NEIL RIc:IuRnSoN, W-ILLIE AIAE SANDERS, ALTA SIABALYGII, W. B. XYILLIANIS PRO AND CON DEBATING CLUB JOIIN COMPTON, President: JAMES B.uI.Ex'. live President: DELLIIAE HVERNIXTY.. Sei-remrv: CIIARLES CALvIN, Parliamenmriunz MISS TIIOIIPSUN. Spunsur: LUUSE AYERS. BREESE HELEWV, NIILDRED DAVIS, EARNEST GATES, VICTOR GRAY. HIRAII IILFF. RURERT RICIXEOHN. MIRIMI MINS, LLTIIER PAGE, EIIUGENE Ruon ' ' ' Pugv I-IITIIIJ'-SP1 'PII AA ' A . , ,- .A - I ff ! -1 X f 15 T Eg! 'ggi T Q 'ffxsgm Y xx li i A- 4 TATE was ,,,,w,,1 X 3' Y xx, ' 5- Nil , N fix . QL k Q 4 H712 f I XL ' tl-53, 5 K E. M 'Q' 4 -G :Q QI F F: I' t ,R , W 'x ui R. . 1' u if Fri ok .: W1:- 6 iff - 5 1-- 1, i Sv mx X mf wr 1 Ac 1 , Qixigu, .V x l L iff Q ,. R, Q-ri V fi df- It T bi i EH gr Wlcv :ESO P 'X'ff!,ig A fi L EF. 15 f fel ALABAMAJ - Mfffauff-A PAP 4 WHO'S WHO AT TREYECCA IE TIHIIEDAIRDA it is .ig A HI 'X ! -: lies! Sltulenl , lies! lll- lrnunrl ,Host llttafllertltttl .llusi l t'l'SlIIlf!' ll illiext ,... lf:-sl Nulurwl , Hes! Sport. , llnst 'Illrm'1it'e. l"riemIlies1 Jlrllllwl. Xeulesl .Host l'upt1lur. . Haj' , liutt. Stext. lilfilx ,lowEs. limi. St-nt.. limi, Slut., .. , llow tan S't'ot:Rs llow mn Srotzks "lJtt:tC'.IoNt1s xlCTURfiR11 . "lJtt:k" ,lowt-js llow tan Srotzks llmwrow Cook, "Dinan ,lowtes CAN Y0l' IMAGINEse liirl Nl stu ,lottmsox tit-:R't'Rt tm I'tm:t:'t"t' I"t'ttEt, Nl -its lit-:ty mis litnx Ilt1:t.t,.t St-Ltt. lat t.-t ht-ztt. -Xnt l5t..u:txtst'tiN 'Nlttttut Nltxts Es't'tNt-1 'Nlotton Ptxsm tioot-t-:R Nl xt ts xltililili Nl tin Stws l,ot tst-1 M t-:Rs Professor Maekey as lat as Ur. llardy? Gomer getting to a date on lilllv? Jefferson with a girl friend? liugene Maekey getting to elass on time? Lois Murphy running ottl of something to say? lloward Stoeks witlt the blues? Bobby Melxeown without a smile on his fave? Lawson saying "l donil known? 'Nobody w Hllllllg a date with Dil,-lt .lones Miss Person treating her students like ffrow mips? F' v Mr. Shelton anywhere without W ayne? lid llardy in a ball htttnor? llatn attd eggs for breakfast? "Lightning" in a lntrry? Glover or lrwin refusing to sing? Soi-ial privileges every afternoon? Penny lluff ttot planning to go some- w here? Sara Uuggan leading a st-hool yt-ll? Professor l'arsons with an l. fl? Professor Redford without a eruteh? Nlorgan staying awake in f-lass? Any of us willt nothing to tio? JOKES M Rs. BEDFORD Canswering phonej: "You say Sue Collier has a had eold and eanit eotne to sehool today? Who is this speak- ing?" Y OICE: "This is nty mother." MRS. IIARDY: "ls Pais new dog a setter or a pointer?" lin: "lle"s neither. lleis an upsetter and a disappointerf' Maybe the reason so many rules are passed is to allow' for breakage. MR. Rtsnt-'oRn: "What do l mean when l say, 'Ile eonerete'?" Btu. ISEVANS: "Act hard." Mun' Jottwsorw: "l see Mr. Garrett has his hair ent short." MRs. GQXRRETTI "Yes, the eowardlu Mtss 'l'ttoytPs0N Cpointing to mapjz "This is where the barbarians' forefathers eame from." DEt.l.xtAE: "Did they have four fathers?" Miss Tttoxtesowz "Paul was a great prophet in his day." Gtsottot-3 Sxtnu: "l don't guess he-'d be worth mueh now. profits have ehanged so." GOMER: "How do you like my hat?" SEAL! "Where'd you get il?" GOMER: "A fellow gave it to nie." SEAL Qafler examining hall: "l don't blame him." h1R5. IlARDY fat len oieloekjz "Who didn'l hang up their elothes when they went to bed?" EULA ffrom under the blanketsjz "Adam." K. ,, , g,-T , ,,- , K , l'illl.8I "l was valeelit-lorian ol' my elass when I graduated from the eighth grade." PvlRS. lltRtn: "W ere you the only one in the t'lass?" SEAL: "Dt-II. tlo yott know what Swin- ney's favorite expression is?i' l7ELt.,t: "'Grt-at day in the morning'?" SEM.: "No. 'Dale Gray in the morning." lJoLoREs: "Weive been waiting a long time for that mother of mine to route." ltCToR: "llours. I should say." lJoLoRtzs: "tlh. this is so sudden." Nltss l'ERsoN: "lt's no disgrat-e to he an old maid. ' l'l0H',-KRD Srottksz "-Kre you an oltl maid?" MISS PERSON! "Yes, biy elioieefi STocRs: "NY hose ehoiee?" Miss Pt-:RsoN: "lCugene. you're late to 4-lass againfi ICLGENE MACREY: "No'm. you just started the vlass before l got heref' i LAWSON! "Hy wife has been ttttrsing a groueh this week." ljlCK JONES! "Been laid up. have you?" TEACHER: "llow long eau a person live without brains?" STUDENT: allow old are you?" MRS. GARRE'l'T: "l'hnogene, you'ye brok- en more dishes lhatt yottr salary will pay for. l don't know what we are going todo about it." listooENE: "I don't either, unless you raise my salary." Page Tll't'lIfY1'-txljllt E THJEDARD f :f al- - , s ff- XT? ei -X 'Q' -XX A I .14 gl. H 1 5 T Tiff IN RETROSPECTION lf'l'ICR a lapse of three years the IJARIJA again makes its appearance. Our annual, like so very many others. suffered much at the hands of "Old Man Depression." An attempt was made in 1932 to publish the book. The staff was elected and some plans w ere made. but the task seemed too great and the "Old Man" said it couldn't be done. Again. publication was attempted in 1933. and again the depression had its way. No at- tempt was made in 1031- to publish a TJARDA for that year. but interest and enthusiasm were created near the close of the school for an annual for 1935. That interest has been kept alive and as a result the 1935 DARDA is a reality. The staff of this year would be glad to list for you the graduates front all departments for the years '32, '33, and '31, but complete information is not available. However, the following are the graduating classes of 193-1: High School. WYILI. H. ATKINS. Tennessee, Sululuiorirzn: BL.-XNTUN COOK.Alaban1a:P.'tt'l. GROSE. Kentucky: LADELL BTORGAN, Alabama: l"tuNk Mt'aPnx'. Florida: GERTRl'DE PAnoET'r. Alabama, lialerlietorian: and MAX R. SLOAN. Tennessee. College. Cxrttamxts Axnansox. Guatemala. C. A.: RICHARD BINGHAM. North Carolina: Euaaxon lirruza. Tennessee: Lots TIARDY, Tennessee: EARNESTINE and OPALINE Hnts. Kentucky: llt-:LEX llaxrmtctisow. Tennessee. Salulatoriun: XAOBII Homxti, Illinois: llowzxan W. Janamvr. West Xirgiuia: Mus. M. A. RI.-KCKEY, Kentucky: Gmnvs SPRUILL, Alabama: .IEANETTE T.u't.oR. Alabama: Ntawsx' TAYLOR, Tennessee: and C. R. Ttnusi-tan. lientucky. lialerfictorimt. While the DARDA w as writhing under the influence of the depression, Trevecca herself did not escape. The past three years have been perilous ones. involving the school in abuses. misunderstandings. and criticisms. But Dr. Hardy. with his patient and efficient leader- ship. has kept her out of debt and brought her safely through. In the summer of 1932 the school moved to the Roger Williams University site on Whites Creek Pike. This was to be the new home of Trevecca. but Circumstances decreed that it should not be so. Therefore. in the sunnner of 193-1 it was necessary to move again. Since the titne for school to open was rapidly drawing near and no location had been secured, ar- rangements were made to move to Fifth and Wioodland Streets, using First Church for classes and assembly.. and residences in the vicinity for dormitories. This has proven very satisfactory as an emergency measure. The Board of Trustees met in February and reorganized the school, naming her "Trevecea Xazarene College." The name, which was suggested by Rev. WT. H. Parker, of Charlotte, N. C.. preserves the traditions and standing of Trevecca. and at the same time identifies the college with the Church of the Nazarene. The Board also ordered the selection and pur- chase of a suitable location. Wie are expecting great things in the future for good old Tre- vecca Nazarene College. R. EARL SEAL. 'Pugt' Tbirly 'Q' QKMKKMMKMKM M M 5? EIRST CHURCH GF THE 3? NAZARENE 510 WOODLAND STREET - - NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE M P M :ggi REV. H. H. WISE. RI-tsms :K M I0:45 A.M. Sunday Morninq Worship MKMMK KMMKM 7:30 P.M. Sunday Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Mid-week Prayer Meeting TREVECCA NAZARENE STUDENTS ALWAYS WELCOME 50? 97 ei :U . 96.0 Orgm 15.42 "4 rn O -Q50 EERE O Zz .4 U2 HHQ E5 0 UIFD nsg:.O HEP 255 Q'f3- :J ID 5 EI. Eggs aims LLEU3' nm Q S 4 ro Yi Ou :u-QIZ SEUWZ SU T4 Rs A 23 TU S 5 In rIFPro'U OJOJ5 Qomm WWE? 3322 Bq erDprtmt MRS. WALTER LOTT GROUP CAFTAINS Primary D p t I PAUL GUNN Group I M MRS. H. L. SLONECKER CATHERLINE BOYD Group 2 M xi Iunior Dep MAUD VrcicERs Group 3 M y MRS. I. A. PATE IAMES PATE Group 4 ' xi . . 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RUBY LEE DEES, President f',,T,,', .3 In I I I FOR RELIGIOUS EDUCATION - HOLY CHARACTER - CHURCH DOCTRINES It SOUL WINNING "EACH ONE WIN ONE" IMMANUEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 3315 Charlotte Ave. "THE CHURCH WITH A WELCOME" REV. G. B. BREESE, Pastor DALES CHAPEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Yum Ullus Irnrn Nashville un liirkcrxnlt Rnad lx XI l Ix I I NI K. I I I t SIRI N NLHUPI. ltl XXI IRI-..Xk.'HlXlf Il AAI. You ARE ALWAYS WELCOME WHEN IN PARIS, TENNESSEE attend the CHURCH OF THE NAZAHENE REV. E. C. DEES, Pastor VISIT THE BELLMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZAHENE BELLMORE, Long Island, New York 'Ext I-Iuxxv H. RHEVE5, Pastor Ix :I Sir wr lfut 47mfflI'nrxh1p fvifh lfr WEST NASHVILLE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 51st and Kentucky Aves. REV. W. S. MARSHALL, Pastor Compliments OI the C. B. RAGLAND NAZARENE YOUNG PEOPLES SOCIETY Distributors I'1I.3IER AIIQITAITIJEN, President COLONIAL FOOD PRODUCTS PARIS, 'I-ENN WEST NASHVILLE N- Y' P- 5- COMPLImENTs OF NAZAHENE PRINTERY HA Small . t .th b, 1 ,. 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Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

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Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN) online yearbook collection, 1931 Edition, Page 1

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