Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

 - Class of 1938

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Compliments of J. D. SAXON District Superintendent, Tennessee District FLORIDA DISTRICT Church of the Nazarene REV. H. H. McAFEE Superintendent WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA Church of the Nazarene REV. M. H. ROZZEL Pastor COMPLIMENTS OF Kentucky-West Virginia District CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE REV. L. T. WELLS Superintendent WALKER BROS. GARAGE General Repairing and Painting OFFICIAL AAA SERVICE 1812 ' , Twenty-first Avenue, South Phone 7-6605 January 8-14. Gracious revival conducted by Miss Foster. She left for home the four- teenth. We regret her going, but we rejoice at her good fortune. January 12. First edition of the Trevjcca Bourn er. January 13. Circulation farming introduced. January 17-18. Pictures were taken for the DARDA. Mr. Faulk is here showing his pic- tures of the Holy Land. January 19. Who ' s Who election. January 21. Miss Person spoke in chapel on " Mental Furniture, " a subject dealing siih rare things. January 27. Mary Louise Lowers went home?? February 2. Miss Padgett ' s birthday. You should see the boys waiting tables; even Mr. Yarbrough was a waiter. February 7-12. Flu- staff was very busy cutting, pasting, and copying the DARDA material. At last it w as ready to go to the press. February 14. Dr. Bracken, in reply to the seniors ' request, has agreed to deliver the commencement address. February 15. " Cookie " and Miss Padgett were out after ten o ' clock last night. Wonder win " Cookie " has been campused? Every man has his girl, but the iceman has his pick.

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NEWPORT, KENTUCKY FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Corner 7th and Putnam Sts. " The Ch urc A With a W elcome REV. R. L. IHRIG, Pastor Phone Hi. 2077-W IMMANUEL CHURCH of the Nazarene 3315 Charlotte Avenue Nashville, Term. Rev. G. B. Breese Pastor Southside Church of the Nazarene 813 Third Ave., S. I SI NASHVILLE, TENN. 1 REV. M. E. REDFORD Pastor GRACE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 2518 Gallatin Road NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE know of a church at the edge of the town Where heaven and earth seem to blend; For within the wide door waits the Christ we adore With a blessing for all who attend. Then come to the church at the edge of the town And join with the worshiping throng, And tomorrow you ' ll face with a confident grace A ud a faith that is steadfast and strong. REV. S. W. STRICKLAND M.A., B.D. Pastor Sophomore: " Did you ever take chloroform? " Freshman: " No, who teaches it? " 1 1 1 LITERARILY SPEAKING Muriel Cook: " Did the doctor remove your appendix ? " Marion Bailey: " Feels to me like he removed my whole table of contents. " 111 Miss Person (after she had finished her Eng- lish Literature class a few minutes earlier than the regular time) : " You may go now if you promise you will be quiet and not wake Prof. Redford ' s class in the next room. " Luten: " May I hold your Palmolive? " Olive: " Not on your Lifebuoy, Ivory formed. " Prof. Gresham: " When Sir Walter Raleigh spread his cloak in the mud, he made Queen Elizabeth happy. " Roy Parsons: " Why? Was she a dry cleaner? " 1 1 1 Prof. Redford: " Who crossed the Delaware with a small boat ? " Leon Cook: " I think that it was Luther Bur- bank. " Keep that schoolgirl complexion — out of the rain.



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DORMITORY LIFE The derivation of dormitory is the Latin verb, domire, to sleep. Hut dormitories are any- thing but sleeping places. All that goes on at home, and more too, happens in the dormi- tories; sleeping is a minor event. Some think that dormitory life is fascinating; others dread it as a formidable foe. Dormitory life has many attractive features: deans, radios, bugs, pests, bells, cold water, voice lessons, rules, and borrowers. To the prospective new student dormitory life is alluring; to the graduate it is repugnant. The new student pictures an ideal place: his own room; a cozy retreat; a studious corner; thoughtful neighbors; in fact, a place of comfort and pleasure. The old student, having undergone all the upsets, is eager for a change. A broadening and integrating feature of dormitory life is the prodigious variety of per- sonalities. Opinions from infra-conservatives to ultra-progressives; sermons from narrow- minded cranks and instigations from revolutionists who advocate the abolition of all rules, serve a very influential purpose. Yes, one will leave the dormitory with all kinds of per- verted ideas. It is according to the policy that the dean pursues in dealing with boys whether he is a popular fixture or the synonym for " detective. " Determined footsteps down the hall at 10:15 are apprehended as the approach of the dean; coffee pots, hot plates, and bologna scuttle under the bed; lights go off; a knock brings forth the dull, sleepy reply, " Who is t-h-e-r-e? " Monday night, Tuesday night, no interruptions by the dean; Wednesday night we shall have a feed — but the uninvited policeman raids our room, saying, " Boys, get to your rooms. " Another admirable feature of dormitory life is the innumerable interruptions by the " pest. " Oh, yes, all dormitories have a pest. He bounds into your room at all hours: " Where ' s Hill. ' ' " or " What y ' doin ' ? " or " I wanta ' borrie ' some hair oil. " He disturbs your study- ing, your sleeping, and your eating; he examines everything on your dresser, in your dresser, and under your dresser; he either sets up an inquisition or establishes a bureau of advice! At every knock you learn to answer, " What d ' ya ' want now? " Feeds and radios mix well ; in tact, they make a good " concoction. " The dean, promenad- ing in his pajamas, says, " Umph, I smell somebody ' s goin ' to stay up all night. " True, delicious odors permeate the halls: coffee, sausage, and burnt toast. To the poor outcast w ho " hasn ' t a nickel, " and who has finished his grits and sauerkraut, the arom as bring on despondency. Besides the wrestling above you, radios down the hall, and voice lessons on all sides, you have the singular privilege of being a delegate to the bathroom convention. Here, in high- pitched voices, all controversies over theology, politics, liberalism, radicalism, and pretty girls are reopened, promoted, and settled. Or, if you desire, you may have the rare opportunity of soothing your troubled spirits by means of the melodies from the bathroom quartette. In fact, the components of this rare group themselves present an amusing sight, for how can lather, comb, razor, and toothbrush portray anything but a queer spectacle? Again, the bathroom seems to offer an excellent studio for all voice lessons; maybe it is because of the acoustics, for certainly no amplifiers are needed! Including bells, oafs, and music with the above facts, I have concluded that the name of dormitory should be changed to " Bug House " ! Harold W. Glenn.

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