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BAR DA TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE The first Trevecka College was opened in Hi econshire, Wales, by Rev. Howell Harris with the financial backing of Lady Hunting- don. The school was located at Trevecka, a tiny village in southern Wales. The college was opened in 1 768, with George Whitefield preaching the opening ser- mon. The first head of the college was the Rev. John Fletcher, a saintly and scholarly man. Many great preachers visited Trevecka from time to time — John Wesley, William Wil- liams, and Augustus Toplady, who wrote " Rock of Ages. " An active religious and aca- demic program was set up at the college, and young men were prepared to preach the glo- rious truth of saving and sanctifying grace. Trevecka College. 1768 Interior view of chapel Exterior view of chapel This song was written by William Wil- liams for use at Trevecka ' s dedication serv- GUIDE ME, O THOU GREAT JEHOVAH Cuide me. 0 Thou great Jehovah. Pilgrim thro ' this barren land. I am weak, but Thou art mighty. Hold me with Thy pow ' rful hand. Bread of heaven, Feed me till I want no Open now the crystal fountain. Whence the healing waters flow; Let the fiery, cloudy pillar Lead me all my journey thro ' . Strong Deliverer, Be Thou still my Strength and Shield. When I tread the verge of Jordan. Bid my anxious fears subside. Bear me thro ' the swelling current; Land me safe on Canaan ' s side. Songs of praise I will ever give to TV «- Cheshunt College. Cambridge. England, 1904 The President HOWELL HARRIS 1768-1773 First Preside nt uj Trevecka J. 0. McCLURKAN 1901-1915 First President oj Trevecca Colle A. B. MACKEY 1935- P resent President oj Trevecca Nazarene Collet In 17 ' )] Trevecka College was removed to Ches- hunt. Then in 1904 the college was moved to Cam- bridge. England, where it is located today as Ches- hunt College. The dream of Christian education knew no con- tinental bounds. In 1901 Rev. J. 0. McClurkan founded the Missionan and Bible Training School in Nashville. Tennessee. Rev. McClurkan American- ized Trevecka into Trevecca when he adopted this name for the Bible training school as it reached a collegiate level. Rev. McClurkan wished to reflect in the Bible institute s new name the purpose of the old Trevecka. the training of Christian workers. The college has had some triumphant, some trou- ble-filled years, but by God ' s grace and devoted leadership Rev. McClurkan ' s purpose has been achieved. The college has trained thousands of young men and women for Christian service. Several campuses housed the college through the years. 1901-1935. At that time the campus on Mur- freesboro Road was purchased and steady progress has been made. The college in 1935 received the name it now bears. Trevecca Nazarene College. 1935 1932 McClurkan Memorial Building Fine Arts Building Alumni Auditorium Today Endowment Rental Property Constructed 1958 The Trevecca campus of today stands ten buildings strong. The buildings are: the Fine Arts building and MeClurkan building; administration building; three girls ' dormitories, McKay Hall, Hardy Hall, and Gibbs Hall; one boys ' dormi- tory, Tidwell Hall; cafeteria, president ' s home; and the new building pictured above which is part of the school ' s endow- ment program. The main buildings are arranged in a quadrangle. The campus lies on a hill just outside the city limits of Nashville. There are fifty acres of land, and the property value of the school is increasing steadily. It now stands at one and a half million dollars. This is Trevecca today as it appears to the casual observer. But to one who looks deeper there is greater wealth: the Chris- tian dedication of faculty members, the youthful accomplish- ments and ideals of students and the core of support from the constituency across the Southeastern Zone. This is the greater Trevecca. Officers of the Board of Trustees, front row from left to right: Dr. Joh n L. Knight. Dr. A. B. Mackey, Dr. Otto Stucki. Back Row: Dr. V. W. Littrell, Rev. Victor Gray, Dr. Lloyd Byron. Board of Trustees OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Dr. John L. Knight Chairman Dr. Otto Stucki Secretary Dr. Edward C. Oney Vice Chairman Rev. Victor E. Gray Treasurer Alabama Rev. L. S. Oliver Mr. R. L. Anderson Mr. R. F. Bumpus Rev. Gordon Winchester Eastern Kentucky Rev. D. S. Somerville Rev. Bennie Hulett Rev. Asa Sparks East Tennessee Rev. Victor E. Grav Mr. A. M. Gibbs Florid Dr. John L. Knight Mr. H. C. Maupin Rev. C. R. Moore Mr. Arnold Price Rev. T. Howard Warwick Georgia Rev. Mack Anderson Rev. H. J. Eason Rev. Bruce B. Hall Mr. Sam Knox Kentucky Rev. D. D. Lewis Rev. 0. C. Huff Rev. Dennis E. Wyrick Rev. Oien D. Thrasher Mississippi Dr. Otto Stucki Mr. J. C. Tow lev North Carolina Dr. Llovd B. Byron Mrs. Madelyn Wall South Carolina Rev. Ben F. Marlin Rev. E. N. Gunter Rev. W. Boyd Welch Tennessee Rev. C. E. Shumake Rev. J. E. Beckuin Mr. John T. Benson. Jr. Rev. Edward F. Cox Virginia Dr. V. W. Littrell Rev. Ralph Schurman West Virginia Rev. Harvey Hendershot Rev. C. Glenn Bowling Rev. Roy T. McKinney Dr. Edward C. Oney Rev. J. C. Wallace Alumni Representatives Rev. John R. Browning Rev. Claude W. Galloway trary Mrs. Mackey and Gene at home In the new office It seems only yesterday that I first came to Trevecca in the fall of 1925. The college was located on Gallatin Road, and John T. Ben- son, Sr., was president at that time. The effort of the college was to have an enrollment of fifty college students. There were eighty to one hundred in high school, and fifty to sixty in grade school. I had been teaching in the public schools since 1915. At Peabody College I had completed one quarter of graduate work. My teaching was in the high school for the first few days, and then I was transferred to French and mathematics in college. During my third of a century at Trevecca College I have served on four campuses, and have served to the best of my ability from the work of a janitor to that of the presidency. If Trevecca makes approximately the same progress in the next twenty years that it has in the past twent y, it should have a fully accred- ited graduate school offering the Doctor of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. It should have campuses and equipment val- ued at ten million dollars, and should have two thousand students enrolled on the main campus and five hundred in each of two affili- ated junior colleges. A. B. Mackey Dedication . . . PROFESSOR AND MRS. K. W. PHILLIPS Dean of Admissions, and Professor of Biblical Litera- ture; Publications Sponsor, and Professor of English Yesterday they, too, attended Trevecca, prepar- ing for future usefulness while contributing their share as student leaders — he as editor, she as class president. Both were active in Christian service foreshadowing their place of usefulness in God ' s vineyard. Today they serve — with such loyalty and sincer- ity that our admiration is aroused. Devotion to prin- ciple characterizes this man and duty is well attend- ed. His work with our counseling program has made it a vital and effective factor in student guidance. She is best characterized as a " Christian lady. " Her virtues are many and her ideals are strong. y defended. et her modest, gentle ways make her an example worthy of imitation. Tomorrow can bring only joy to these who have contributed so effectively to the shaping of young lives. They will reap rich rewards of blessings as God uses those whom they have trained and guided — in the classroom and by Christian example. 1 In Memoriam Mrs. Sadie Agnew Johnson 1869-1958 Professor Emeritus Jonathan Royce Redford 1945-1958 Son of Professor and Mrs. M, E. Redford Death is not an end, nor will it ever be. It is only the suppression of life for a fleeting moment, after which, he who is clothed in Ev- erlasting Life enters Eternity. Death is a be- ginning — the beginning of everything good and beautiful. It is an exchange, for he who would drape himself in the immortal robes of Life, must needs let fall his earthly garments. To him, whose aspirations are shrouded in a mist of hopelessness, Death is a bridge, across which the mist disappears and in the land of Reality, his dreams come true! Instruction Administration ALEXANDER B. MACKEY, M.A., LL.D. Presiden t, Econom ics m WILLIAM M. GREATHOUSE A.B., TH.B., M.A., D.D. Dean oj Religion, Biblical Literature, Theology AMY L. PERSON A.B., M.A. Registrar, English KOY WRIGHT PHILLIPS M.A., B.D. Dean of Admissions, Biblical Literature, Social Studies CHARLES L. CHILDERS A.B., B.D., M.A. High School Principal, Biblical Languages, Literature 18 Through the yesterdays and to this hour God lias Messed Treveeea with strong leader- ship. The men who guide her destiny in this day are worthy, highly educated, and dedicat- ed to the task. The tomorrow can he none other than bright. LEON CHAMBERS Dean oj Students. Practical Theology HOMER JAMES ADAMS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Dean oj Arts and Sciences. History FRANKLYN WISE A.B., M.ED., PH.D. Director of Vocational Guidance, Education. Christian Education RAMON R. UNRUH li.MUS., M.MUS. Voice and Theory MAUDE ALLEN STUNECK M.A., PH.D. Languages Faculty ADRON HOLLINS PHILLIPS A.B., M.A. English. French WILLIAM H. HOWICK TH.B.. A.B., M.A., M.ED. Education-Psychology 70 ALT A LINDSAY REDFORD MABEL COONER GREENE B.S., M.A. A.B., M.A. Mathematics Speech Facu HAROLD F. HAMMOND B.S., M.A. Piano, Music Theory MAURY ENGLISH REDFORD M.A., B.D. Biblical Languages D. HERMAN SPENGER A.B., M.A. Education BARBARA McCLAIN MILDRED FORMAN CHAMBERS JOHN ALLAN KNIGHT A.B., B.MUS., M.MUS. A.B., M.A. " B.A., M.A., B.D. Piano, Music Theory Biology Biblical Literature, Philosophy Facu CARY T. DUCKETT A.C.A.. A.B., M.A. High School English. Personal Development JERRY G. COSTA A.B., M.A. Assistant Principal of High School Personal Development 1 22 ELIZABETH THOMPSON SPRUILL CHARLES W. DUCKETT A.B. A.B., M.A. Principal of Training School, Science Education and Reading Improvement Faculty EDDIE MILLER EULA JEAN STEPHAN B.S. A.B. Mathematics Bookkeeper 23 DORMITORY HEAD RESIDENTS: Miss Margie Peery. Hardy Hall: Mrs. Mabel Orndoff, McKay Hall; Rev. Walter White. Tidwell Hall. MRS. TOM SPALDINC, R.N. MR. CHARLES KLINSTIVER. SR. MRS. V. NEIL RICHARDSON School Nurse Cafeteria Manager Postmistress MR. and MRS. DAVID HUGH MARTIN Maintenance Supervisors Staff MRS. MILDRED Mc DOW ELL LaNELLE COWAN MARTHA GRAY Office of the President Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences Office of the Dean of Admissions FREDA JOHNSON Office of the Dean of Religion Office Assistants F4 ' Xfi. Seated: Jean Stephan, bookkeep- er; Gwen Pearson, Bess Pearson, Barbara Williams. Billie Griffin, Mary Beth Richardson. Book- keeper ' s Office. SUE HAYES CHARLOTTE ROBINSON of the Dean of Students Office of the Registrar JO LYNN ARMSTRONG General Office MARY JANE STILL Office of the Registrar MARILYN STUCKI Office of the Business Manager BEVERLY FORMAN Office of the Dean of Students Yvonne Oakes. Marlene Brum- beloe, Barbara Greer, and Eliza- beth Stucki. Office of the Field Representative. 25 Personnel Services PROFESSOR K. W. PHILLIPS Director ol Personnel Services Health Counseling Speech Improvement Service Military Guidance Pkok. K. W. Phillips Director of Personnel Services Mrs. Linda Spalding, R.N Health Counseling Mrs. Paul Greene Speech Improvement Service Dr. Homer J. Adams Military and Recreations Guidance Professor V. Neil Richardson Employment Guidance and Veterans Problems Mrs. M. E. Spruill Reading Improvement Service Mrs. A. B. Mackey Social Poise and Etiquette Problems Proeessor and Mrs. K. W. Phillips Marriage Counseling Dr. Franklyn Wise Director of Vocational Guidance 26 The guidance feature of Trevecca ' s educa- tional program is a vital and rapidly expand- ing service. Counseling in those areas for which there are no " hook " answers hecomes a truly edu- cative experience. The close teacher-pupil con- tacts open doors for guidance, and the Chris- tian helpfulness of professors is a source of challenge and security to questing minds. During the year some of the chapel services were used as training classes for personality development. A series of services featuring Christian laymen of various professions was especially helpful. The personnel services are under the direc- tion of Professor K. W. Phillips. Dr. F. Frank- lyn Wise serves as director of Vocational Guidance. Specialized training, wide experience, and constant study on the part of the counselors make the personnel services offered of great value. Employment Guidance Reading Improvement Service Etiquette Counseling DR. FRANKLYN WISE Director of Vocational Women ' s Residence Halls. Seated: Irmgard Haerr, Martha Gray, Bettye Dent. Standing: Joyce Wood- ward, Nancy Sheridan, Thelma Bruckner, and Jean- nette Willis. Not Pictured: Wanda Miller and Bobbie McCullough. The Dee Cees, or Dorm Counselors, have a unique and dual function. First, as the name suggests, they become big brothers and sisters to freshmen or other students who would like to discuss their problems with someone on their own level. Then the members of the group serve as a liaison between the student body and the Dean of Students in matters concerning campus life. An outstanding contribution of the group has been the sponsorship of Saturday night social and program activities. The counselors of the residence halls, who are appointed in September, meet monthly for the discussion of problems and projects. The sponsor of the organization, Professor Leon Chambers, has ably assisted the group in car- rying out programs for the betterment of stu- dent life. Residence Halls Council Tidwell Hall: Benny Bryan. Winston Hatcliff. Gene Rey- nolds. Jackson Phillips. Officers: Prof. Leon Chambers, Sponsor; Nancy Sheridan, Secretary; Joyce Woodward, V. President; Winstt n Hat- cliff. President. 28 Classes T he Freshman Class OFFICERS Wendell Shirley President Dwayne Little Treasurer Gene Cook Vice-President Hugh Smith Student Council Representative Joy Turney Secretary Barraka Sumners Reporter Mr. Chambers Sponsor A whole new world opened up to us as we arrived at Trevecca. The things that, even a few short months ago. seemed so important to us. faded from sighl as higher ideals hecame our goals. During Orientation Week we had the campus to ourselves for several days before the Upperclassmen arrived. There was not an idle moment, however; entrance exams, registration, rules and regulations cluttered our few days of freedom before classes actually began. Orientation wasn ' t all administrative, thanks to the Sophomores. For a week our " big brothers and sisters " welcomed us into the whirl of college life. Our circle of friends increased as we came to know and love our fellow classmates. Our scope of understanding eidarged as we sat in classrooms awed at the boundless expanse of knowledge our professor seemed to possess. Our consecration be- came more complete as we reverently stood in Chap- el and God ' s spirit filled our hearts to overflowing. What a way to get acquainted! Freshmen thespians Christmas Carolers Entrance Exams Come First Through the Registration Maze Orientation The Orientation Week for Freshmen was a historic first in 1958. Its success will no doubt encourage its repetition in future years. The Freshmen arrived a week before classes began but found a detailed " get-acquainted " program awaiting them. Placemen! testing, educational counseling, and campus in- formation forums helped them to quickly find their place in the life of the college. After a week of this program these " veterans " welcomed the upperclassmen to the campus. The lighter side of the orientation program was sponsored by the Sophomores. Parties, song fests, special programs, and an all-college prayer meeting were all designed to make tin newest and largest class at T.N.C. quickly feel a part of the group. Surveying the " tacky " girls Refreshments on the House The Freshman Class First Row: Beverly Adams. Nancy Adams. Rexlen Bathery, Vivian Beasley, David Beck- 11m, Charles Beyer. Second Row: Ann Bohannon, Philip Bowles, Grace Bright, Barbara Brown, Carol Brown, Norma Gay Brown. Third Row: Benny Bryan, Marlene Brumbe- loe, Don Carpenter, Jane Cassady, Nancy Gas- to, Chloe Combs. Fourth Row: Lois Conkey, Myrl Conley, Gene Cook, Bob Cook, LaNelle Cowan, Robert Davis. Fifth Row: Doris Drake, Carl Eby, Davie Edmondson, Donald Elder, Larry Evilcizer, Jack Farish. P h dBBtik k f The Freshman Class First Row: Ann Fleming, Marilyn Foskey, Sarah Flick, Thomas Fowler, Paul Godhy, Rosalie Gardner. Second Row: Barbara Goodman, Miriam Goodwin, Virginia Gray, Nancy Greer, Billie Theresa Griffin, Terrill Haddix. Third Row: Dennis Hage, David Hale, Jim Hampton, Kenneth Hamrick, Rebekah Han- son, Jane Harmon. Fourth Row: Forest Harvey, Dan Hatfield, Sue Hayes, Patsy Hayes, Kenneth Heaton, James Hess. Fifth Row: Thomas Hites, Robert Holderby Patsy Home, Duane Houston, Miriam Hudg ins, Kermit Hudson. 5 1 i rst. m Vji m. r .«» 4 mi- c. The Freshman Class First Row: Billy Hughes, Betty Jernigan, Robert Johnson. Alvie Jarratt, Faye Johnston, Rudy Jones. Second Row: Glenda Keever, Eugene King, Charles Kirby, Patsy Kohn, Linda Kolar, Anna Kollio. Third Row: Daniel Kunselman, Joye Led- ford, Judy Leonard, Luther Leverett, Carol Light, Dwayne Little. Fourth Row: John McCauley, Lillie McCul- lough, Wynona McNeil, Charles Matlock, Julia Matlock, Herman Meeks. Fifth Row: Jack Meeks, Mary Morrison, Nancy Murphy, Lorraine Murray, Mariellyn Nelson, Annice Parsons. The Freshman Class First Row: Gail Patrick, Curtis Pearson, Lin- da Pierce, Donald Pitzer, Louise Preece, Es- ther Provance. Third Row: Judy Riffle, Lawrence Ritchie, William Roddy, David Rogers, Junetta Rogers, Russell Root. Second Row: Bill Putnam, Edmund Quick, Ernest Rankin, William Rhoades, Cecil Rhodes, Mary Beth Richardson. Fourth Row: Joyce Rudd, Albert Ruschel, Nancy Rushing, Mary Savage, Geraldine Sharpton, Joyce Shaw. Fifth Row: Wendell Shirley, Miriam Shomo, Keith Silvernail, Jesse Simms, Eddie Sisson, Anita Skates. The Freshman Class First Row: Betty Smith, Hugh Smith, Gerald Spear, Glaphre Spencer, Arnold Spruill, James Spruill. Second Row: Mary Jane Still, Edward Stiles, Jimmy Stocks. Barbara Simmers, Doris Swee- ney, Gerald Tahers. Third Row: Betty Taylor, Charles Thomas, IVTary Thomas, Marquita Thomas, Joy Turney, Benjamin Walters. Fourth Row: Fred Ward, Eddie West, Bar- bara Williams, Paulette Barnes Woods. ft W w I • - jm 37 The Sophomore Class OFFICERS Orville Lf.Jeune President Cathy Metzger Josun Treasurer Melvin Welch Vice-President Carolyn Wiley Student Council Representative Marilyn Stucki Secretary Sylvia Young Reporter Miss McClain Sponsor Another step toward our goal. Our wonderful Freshman year was behind us and with anticipation we stood stalwartlv on the threshold of our Sopho- more year. What the year would bring to us, we did not know, but we faced it with a smile. We sat smugly by. knowing that our cake code was unbreakable. Sure enough, the Freshman Class failed to break the code and we racked up the points. Oriental Paradise, the Valentine Banquet which we sponsored, was a great success. All the work we did on it was tiring, but our reward came when word came back that our banquet was the " best ever. " Classwork and assignments seemed more stiff than last year; we were making progress. The intel- lectual goals which we had previously set appeared more clearly as we scanned the future. Dedication became a vital part of our lives as we lifted our eyes from selfish ambitions to God ' s free will for our lives. We profited from past experience and walked confidently onward toward our goal. What goes here? She " m Fit At an Oriental Paradise The Sophomore Class First Row: Charles Acheson, Joseph Adkis- son, Joyce Anderson, Matthew J. Allen, Janice Baker. Second Row: Lucille Baker, Barbara Barnett, Ann Benson. Barrie Bracken, Wesley Bryant. Third Row: Darlene Cain, Eugene Campbell, Ray Carson, Paul Cleckner, Anna Lee Cook. Fourth Row: Raymond Cowan, Marion Cow- ard, Karen Cox, Flo Daniel, LeRoy Davis. First Row: John DeBoer, Garnald Dennis, Sylvia Donley, Eugene Figge, Kelly Flannery. Second Row: Oren Frazier, Bill Galloway, Ernest Gates. Franklin Gillian. John Grant. Third Row: Martha Gray, Barbara Greer, James Gross. Theresa Gunter, Orville Hall. Fourth Row: Raymond Hassinger, Richard Hedgepath, Ronald Hedges, Ruth High, Irvin Horton. The Sophomore Class 41 The Sophomore Class First Row: Eddie Irwin, Kathy Irwin, Mar- garet Jones, Ruby Jones, Catherine Metzger Joslin. Second Row: June Knight, Eleanor Knotts, Charlene Knox, Gary Koch, Garner Lawson. Third Row: Orville Lejeune, Phyllis Lobb, Nelia Ann Lunn, Edward McDonald, Judy Magnusson. Fourth Row: Molly Mercer, Edith Mingle- dorff, Robert Mitchell, Jeanette Moody, Joe Moses. First Row: Emma Lee Nelson, William Nich- ols, Yvonne, Bess Pearson, Sammy Phipps. Second Row: Lillian Pickett, Wendell Poole, Thomas Reid, Melba Robbins, Everett Rob- ertson. Third Row: Tommy Rowan, Robert Russum, Phyllis Sark, Hilda Senn, Delores Sharpton. Fourth Row: Ruth Six, Carl Smith, James Staley, Richard Stevens, Stanley Stokey. The Sophomore Class 43 The Sophomore Class First Row: Marilyn Stucki, John Taylor, Lin- da Taylor, Dallas Thompson, Rita Turner. Second Row: Robert Turner, Ida Vaughn. Mary Webb, Mary Watkins, Melvin Web b. Third Row: Cecil Wells, Walter White, Joy Wilcox, Carolyn Wiley, Deborah Williams. Fourth Row: Al Wood, Joyce Woodard, Ger- ald Woods, Sylvia Young, William Young. cunt AND JOYOUS CAROLS The Junior Class OFFICERS Shirley Bula President Glenda Putnam Treasurer Winston HATCLIFF lire-President JEANNETTE Willis ...Student Council Representative Patsy Jones Secretary Fa ye Stewakt Reporter Mrs. Greene Sponsor The road we traveled no longer seemed unnatural or unfamiliar. We knew where we were going as we rilled out our schedules and conferred with out professors. Our goals became more meaningful and hours and quality points took on an air of importan ce. It rained the night of our Halloween party, but we still had a hilarious time. Twirp Week was a roaring success. The boys had a whole week of faithful, courteous attention from the girls. And there was the Junior-Senior Banquet. We treated the Seniors like kings and queens, remember- ing that next year we would be the honored guests. " Upperclassmen, " a title we once looked forward to, lost its importance when the name became ours. We studied hard to meet class requirements, and to store up knowledge for future days. We came to know (he necessity of Divine Aid in solving our problems and making vital decisions. We planned for the future with God ' s purpose in mind. As our Junior year ends, we reach out for the coming year certain that we shall see the fulfillment of our dreams as long as we keep our eyes on the goal. Let ' s Take a Trip to the Haunted House First Row : Second Row: PAUL ACNER Obliging — Content — Reserved ODELL CALDWELL Friendly — Family Man — Future Minister VIRGINIA BRUCKNER Mississippian — Modest — Mannerly ANN CLAYTON Individualist — Industrious — Intelligent SHIRLEY BULA Prexy — Prudent — Polished HAROLD DERRY BERRY High-souled — Jovial — Chattanoogan HELEN BURCH Editor — Efficient — Exuberant BERMA DuBOSE Singer — Sociable — Southerner The Junior Class 48 The Junior Class First Row: Second Row BILL ELKINS Loquacious — Sense of Humor — Self-Styled BEVERLY FORMAN Good-hearted — Gay — Glib BETTY GROVES Steady — Unique — Sober-minded BRUCE HADDIX West Virginian — Worker — Witty WINSTON HATCLIFF Christian Worker — Considerate — Counselor ANN HAYNES Dainty— Quiet Dignity — Sweet Disposition BETTY HELMS Floridian — Songster — Trim KLMP HIGGINBOTHAM Secretary — Sincere — Straight-forward ■HrcSIfl First Row : Second Row: FRANCES HOWICK Mrs. — Musical — Meticulous CHARLES KLINSTIVER, JR. Quartet Fan — Soda Jerk — Conversationalist LOUISE IRWIN Athletic — Able — Ambitious JEAN LEDEORD Affable — Adroit — Altruistic PATSY JONES Pretty — Poised — Practical WILLIAM KLAUSNER Generous Spirit — Sunday School Teacher — Cheerful JESSE LUSTER Pastor — Pleasing Smile — Proud Papa WANDA MILLER M i Id— Competent— Alert The Junior Class 50 Th e Junior Class First How Second Row: PEGGY JO NEAL Home-Loving — Helpful — Happy CHARLOTTE ROBINSON Conscientious — Cashier — Chic GLENDA PUTNAM Attractive — Ainiahle — " Attached ' RUTH SHANNON Pianist — Poet — Prankster BARBARA RALPH Proficient — Preacher ' s Wife — Pleasant FRANCES SHAW Reliable — Dietitian — Reserved BULA ROBBINS Newcomer — Nice — Natural DOROTHY SHIELDS Gentle Disposition — Worthy of Merit — Persevering First Row: Second Row: TROY SLAY Stable — Serene — " Hi, Stranger " JAMES STAGGS Reserved — Steadfast — Earnest DOLLY SMITH Tar-Heel — Funster — True Christian FAYE STEWART Typical — Tidy — Trustworthy DONALD SMITH Dedicated — Daddy — Determined WILLIAM THOMAS Pleasing — Polite — Poetic RUBY SPEAR Congenial — Librarian — Unassuming NADA ULM Precious — Petite — Predictable The Junior Class 52 Th e Junior Class JEANETTE WILLIS JOYCE WOODWARD rful— Courteous— Consistent Eloquent — Entertaining— Evangelist The Senior Class OFFICERS Larry Schulz President Arthur Williams Treasurer Ed Couf.y Vice-President Joyce Lkwis Student Council Representative Freda Johnson Secretary Kathy Hemmerly Reporter Professor William Howick Sponsor We entered the portals of this our last year with serious minds and devoted hearts. College was no longer a game: it was our business. With deep feeling, we planned the annual Thanks- giving Banquet. ' ' Enter Into His Gates With Thanks- giving. " The missionary love offering for a school in Africa was a thrilling project. The Friday night programs we sponsored were differen t and thus challenging. Comprehensives came sooner than we wished. How fervently we tried to remember all that we had learned. With comprehensives. Junior-Senior Ban- quet. Senior trip — came the realization that depart- ure was drawing nigh. Dorm life, campus fun. friends, professors. Christian atmosphere — all were soon to become memories. Our dreams of college days had become realities and soon — so very soon, we were to embark upon another sea — the sea of the future. Yet, not alone do we embark, for indeli- bly stamped upon our hearts are His words, " I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee. " The Twenty-third Annual Banquet of Thanks Our Nickels Build a Mission School Backing for the Senior Trip The Senior Class JO LYNN ARMSTRONG A.B., Mathematics " Two-thirds frolic, one-third fun, and the rest just ordinary girl — a friend to everyone. " Christian Workers Association 1, 4; Trevecca Athletic Association ], 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 4; Music Club 3, 4; Clio Society 2. 4. Reporter 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Darda Staff 4. PAUL LEE BEARD A.B.. Religion " A conscience void of offense toward God and toward men. " Austin Peay College 1. 2; Christian Workers Association 3: Ministerial Association 3, 4 ; Missionary Prayer Band 3; Honor Society 2; Teachers Club 4; Tennessee Club 3. 4. THELMA BRUCKNER A.B., Education — Psychology " So patient, peaceful, loyal, loving, pure. " Sunflower Junior College 1; Chris- tian Workers Association 2, 3. 4; Missionary Prayer Band 3; Clio So- ciety 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4: Mississippi Club 2. 3, 4. 56 WILLIAM S. BRYANT A.B.. Religion " Here ' s a hand to the man who has tin 1 courage to do what he knows to be right. " Ministerial Vssociation 2. 4; Smith Carolina Club 3, 4. LUCILLE BUSH A.B.. Education — Psychology " Mind cannot follow it, nor words express her infinite sweetness. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2; Missionary Prayer Band 1. 2; Teach- ers Club 4; Florida Club 1, 2; East Kentucky Club 4. ROBERT BUSH A.B.. Education — Psychology " Strength also lies in serenity and poise as well as strenuous action. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2; Missionary Prayer Band 1. 2; Liter- ary Club ' 1. 2; Teachers Club 4, President 4; East Kentucky Club 4; Georgia Club 1. 2. The Senior Class CLIFTON ED COUEY A. B., Religion " And this, loo, is a manly quality, namely, discretion. " Christian Workers Association. 2; Ministerial Association 2, 3. 4. Presi- dent 4; Philosophy Club 4; Clio So- ciety 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 3; Ala- bama Club 2. 3, 4. HAZEL BROWNE DAVIS A.B., Education — Psychology " The mildest manners and the gen- tlest heart. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2; Literary Club 1. 2; Tennessee Club 1,2. JOHN DeARMAN A.B., History " Frank and open-minded; he is trustful and trustworthy. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1. 2. 3. 4; Honor Society 2. 3; Clio So- ciety 2. 3, 4. 58 OT US DOINEGAN A.B., Religion " To do my duty in that state of life unto which it shall please God to call me. " Ministerial Association I, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; Missionary Prayer Hand 1.2: Speech Club 4: Tennes- see Club ], 2, 3, 4. MARGIE DOVER A.B.. Music Education " Music hath charm to soothe a trou- bled breast. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Trevecca Athletic Association 4; Ministerial Associa- tion 1, 2; Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- porter 4; Teachers Club 4; South Carolina Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 2, 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. RORERT E. FIELD A.B.. Religion " would far rather be called good than fortunate. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Missionary Prayer Band 2; Speech Club 1; West Virginia Club I, 2, 3, 4. The Senior Class WESLEY B. FREDERICK A.B., History " Christ is not valued at all, unless He is valued above all. " Olivet Nazarene College 1 ; Christian Workers Association 2, 3, 4; Tre- vecca Athletic Association 2, 3. 4: Philosophy Club 4, Vice-President 4; Literary Club 2, Vice-President 2; Clio Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4: East Kentucky Club 2, 3, 4. ROY FULLER A.B., History " The true standard of quality is seat- ed in the mind; he who thinks noble is noble. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Philosophy Club 4; Clio Society 1. 2, 3, 4. President 4; Alabama Club 1, 2. 3, 4. WINFIELD PAUL GREENE A.B., Religion " The weak flee when the manly man goes forth to hold his own. " 60 DWIGHT MOODY GU INTER A.M.. Religion " Gifts are what a man has, but graces are what a man is. " Freshman Class ice-1 ' residenl 1 : Sophomore Class President 2; Jun- ior Class President 3 : Christian Workers Association L, 2. 3, 4. Vice- President 3; Trevecca Athletic As- sociation 1. 2. 3, 4; Ministerial As- sociation 1. 2, 3, 4: South Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 4. IRMGARD LOUISE HAERR A.B., Education " Gentle in manner, strong in per- formance. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3, 4, Follow-up Secretary 4; Minis- terial Association 1, 2; Missionary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Teachers Club 4; Florida Club 1. 2. 3. 4. £3t 0Sk JAMES PAUL HALL A.B., Religion " A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest of men. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2; Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4; Florida Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. The Senior Class ROBERT HE DGEPATH A.B.. History He was always laughing, for he had an infinite deal of wit. " KATHY HEMMERLY A.B., Education — Psychology " Nothing is meritorious but virtue and friendship, and, indeed, friend- ship is only a part of virtue. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2; Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Missionary Pray- er Band 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Reporter 1, Vice-President 3, Presi- dent 4; Teachers Club 4; West Vir- ginia Club 1. 2, 4, Secretary 2; Ten- nessee Club 3; Senior Class Report- er 4; Basketball All-Star 1. 2, 3. 4; Trev-Eehoes Staff 4. REX NOBLE HOUSTON A.B., Religion " Example is a lesson that all men can read. " Junior Class Vice-President 3; Chris- tian Workers Association 1, 2. 3. 4, 5, Treasurer 2, President 4, 5; Min- isterial Association 1. 2, 3. 4. 5; Mis- sionary Prayer Band 2, 3, 4, 5; Speech Club 1, 2, Reporter 2; Music Club 3, Treasurer 3; Who ' s Who. 62 PAUL EDWIN JACKSON A.B., Speech " The music that can deepest reach, and cure all ill, is cordial speech. " Christian Workers Association L, 2. 3, 4; Trevecca Athletic Association L, 2. 3, 4; Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Pres- idenl 4; A Cappella Choir. FREDA MAE JOHNSON A.B. English " A sense of duty marks her actions, loyalty her life. " Trevecca Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 2, 3, 4, President 2. 4, Treasurer 3; Teachers Club 4; Virginia Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Senior Class Secretary 4; Darda Staff 4, Class Editor; Trev-Echoes Staff 2. LUCILLE JONES The Senior Class JOYCE LEWIS A.B., Education — Psychology " Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low, an excellent thing in woman. " Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Future Teachers Club 4; Tennes- see Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3, 4; Senior Student Council Representa- tive, Treasurer; A Cappella Choir 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; Assistant Chapel Organist, 4. JANEY SUE LITTLE A.B., Education — Psychology " We thought of her as a spotless maiden, fair and beautiful and good. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3; Missionary Prayer Band 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 1. 2. 3, 4, Secretary 1. 3; East Kentucky Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1; Trev-Echoes Editor 2; Darda Editor 4; Who ' s Who 4; Gen- eral Activities Award 2; Leadership Award 3; Winner of Women ' s Christian Temperance Union Ora- torical Contest 2; Plays: " A Stran- ger Passes, " " And Then There Were Voices. " " Christ is Come; " Senior Recital. " The Song of Ruth; " Stu- dent Council 2, 4; Residence Halls Council 3. GERALD T. McCOMMON A.B., Religion " Constancy is the foundation for virtue. " Ministerial Association 1. 2, 3. 4; Speech Club 2, 3, 4; East Tennessee Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Women ' s Christian Temperance Union Contest Partici- pant 3. SHIRLEY M.VIIONEt A.B.. Education — Psychology " A good name in man or woman is the immediate jewel of their souls. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2. 3.4; Ministerial Association 1; Mis- sionary Prayer Band 4: Science Club 3, 4; Teachers Club 4. ROY MILLER A.B., Religion " Blessed are the valiant that live in the Lord. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3; Trevecca Athletic Association I, 2, 3, Beta Chairman 3; Ministerial Association 2, 4; Clio Society 3, 4; West Virginia Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Chair- man 3; Class President 2, 3; Class Reporter 1. MARLENE MIMX A.B.. Education — Psychology " If here true fortitude dwells, loyal- ty, bounty, friendship, and fidelity may be found. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Trevecca Athletic Association 1. 2. 3. 4; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 3. 4; Music Club 1. 2; Teachers Club 4; Georgia Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Darda Stafi 4. The Senior Class I MARY EVELYN NELSON A.B., Education-Psychology " Even virtue is more fair when it appears in such a lovely person. " Music Club I, 2, 3, 4; Teachers Chih 4; Missionary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Christian Work- ers Association 1. 2; Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MILDRED A. PEARSON A.B., English " In all arts in which the arts excel!, Nature ' s chief masterpiece is writing well. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2; Literary Club 4; Mississippi Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; Junior Class Secretary 3; Trev- Echoes Staff, Feature Editor 2; Darda Staff 4; Literary Editor 4. JACKSON D. PHILLIPS, JR. A.B.. Religion " When duty whispers low, ' thou must ' ; the youth replies, 7 can. ' " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Missionary Prayer Band 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Philosophy Club 4. President 4; Lit- erary Club 3, Vice-President 3; Speech Club 4, Vice-President 4; East Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 2; Trev-Echoes Staff 2. 3, Busi- ness Manager 2, Editor 3; Darda Editor 4; Student Council 3; Resi- dence Halls Council 4. 66 PAUL WESLEY PIERCE A.B., Mathematics " The best of all men are those who live their creeds. " Christian Workers Association 3; Ministerial Association 3, 4; Mis- sionary Prayer Band 4: Literary Club I. 2; Music Club 3; Science Club 3. 4; East Tennessee 1, 2, 3, 4. CURTIS LESLIE PORTER A.B.. Religion " He watched, he served, he praised his Lord. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Trevecca Athletic Association 1. 2; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Philosophy Club 4; Literary Club 2; Speech Club 1, 2, 3; Florida Club 4; Tennessee Club 1. 2. 3. ROBERT L. REID A.B.. Religion " God hath given us tongues that we may say something pleasant to our fellowrncn. " Ministerial Association 3, 4; Phil- osophy Club 3; Music Club 3; Flor- ida Club 3: Taylor University 1, 2. The Senior Class GENE D. REYNOLDS A.B., Religion " The world is his and it wails for him. " Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4; T rev-Echoes Business Manager 3; Darda Business Man- ager 4; Trevecca Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4. PHILLIP RILEY A.B., Religion " They serve God well, who serve His creatures. " Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2: Ministerial Association 4. RAY SAVAGE A.B.. Religion " Integrity of life is fame ' s best friend, which nobly beyond death, shall crown the end. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Missionary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Cluh 1, Treasurer 1; Teachers Club 4; East Tennessee Club 1. 2. 3. 4. 68 LARRY SCHULZ A.B., Speech " Living requires but little life; do- ing requires much. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Club 1. 2. 3, 4, Vice- President 3; Virginia Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Class Vice-President 3; Class President 4. DORIS SCOTT A.B., Education-Psychology " Her silence denotes character and strength of mind; combined with Christian consistency. " West Virginia Club 2. 3, 4. DWIGHT A. SCOTT A.B.. Education- Psychology " A man of courage is also full of faith. " Ministerial Association 1 : Mission- ary Prayer Band 1, 4: Teachers Club 4; Virginia Club 1. 2. 3, 4. The Senior Class NANCY SHERIDAN A.B.. Mathematics " Good character is property; it is the noblest of all possessions. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Missionary Prayer Band 1, 2. 4; Science Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3. Vice- President 4; Teachers Club 4; Geor- gia Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Chairman 2; Re- ligious Activities Award 3. PHILIP SHOMO A.B., Religion " In wisdom ' s ranks he stands the first who stands prepared to meet the worst. " DONNIE JOEL SMITH A.B.. Mathematics " A Christian is the highest style of man. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2. 3; Ministerial Association 2. Reporter 2; Missionary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 1; Philosophy Club 4: Speech Club 1. 3; Music Club 1, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Clio Society 1, 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 1. 3; Teachers Club 4; Kentucky Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Chairman 2, 3: Class Presi- dent 1 ; Student Council President 4; Student Council Treasurer 3; Stu- dent Council Representative 2: Who ' s Who; T rev-Echoes Staff 2; A Cappella Choir; Certificate of Ex- cellence in Attitudes 1, Leadership 3. 70 TOM SPALDING Th.B.. Religion " is well to think well; it is divine to act well. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2; 1 in isin ia I ssoc-iat ion I : Mission- ary Prayer Band 1 ; Earlham Col- lege; Olivet Nazarene College. ROBERTA STOGNER A.B.. Mathematics " One who seems of cheerful yester- days and confident tomorrows. " Christian Workers Association 2, 3; Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2; Honor Society 2, 3. 4. Secretary 3: Literary Club 1. 2. 3. 4. President 3; Teachers Club 4; North Carolina Club 1, 2. 3, 4, President 2; Class Reporter 3; Sportsmanship Award 2, 3. f ELIZABETH STUCKI A.B.. Education-Psychology " True politeness consists of being easy one ' s self, and in making every one about one as easy as one can. " Christian Workers Association; Tre- vecca Athletic Association 1. 2, 3, 4, Reporter 1. 2. 4; Literary Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Teachers Club 4; Alabama and Mississippi Clubs 1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter 1, President 4; University of Ala- bama; Darda Editor 3; Darda Staff 4; Who ' s Who: Trev-Echoes Staff 1; Sportsmanship Award 1: Class Re- porter 1 : Citizenship Award 3. The Senior Class EDWARD WHITTINGTON A.B., Music Education " Music finds its way into the sci re place of the soul. " Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Club 1. 2, 3; Teachers Club 4; West Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Chairman 4; A Cappella Choir 1. 2, 3, President 3. ARTHUR WILLIAMS A.B., Religion " He is a gentleman, because his na- ture is kind and affable to every creature. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2, 3; Trevecca Athletic Association 1. 2. 3. 4, President 3; Ministerial As- sociation 3. 4; Missionary Prayer Band 1. 2; Clio Society 2. 3, 4; Florida Club 1, 2, 3, 4. President 4; Class Treasurer 4; Who ' s Who. DEWEY JO WILLIAMS A.B., Religion " And in his Master ' s calling he was prompt and watchful more than or- dinary men. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Trevecca Athletic Association 3: Ministerial Association 1, 2. 3, 4; Speech Club 1, 3. 4; Science Club 2. 3; Alabama Club 1. 2. 3, 4, Chair- man 4. 72 DAVID WOFFOKD A.B.. Education- Psycho I og " The world lores the man who when tilings are wrong can take his place and stand. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 3. I: Trevecca Athletic Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Min- i-tcrial Association 1. 2. 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Music Club 1.2; Sci- ence Club 2. 3; Clio Society 1, 2. 3. 4; Teachers Club 4, Vice-President 4; South Carolina Club 1. 2. 3, 4, President 2: Religious Activities Award 3. DORRIS POWELL WYATT A.B.. Religion " A good example is the best ser- mon. " Christian Workers Association 1. 2; Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Music Club 1; Clio Society 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Tennessee Club 1. 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA LOSEY YOUNG A.B.. Education-Psychology " The sincere alone can recognize sincerity. " Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3. 4. Follow-Up Secretary 3, Report- er 4; Ministerial Association 1. 2. 3. 4. Junior Theological Students Clifford Cruver Richard Hayes Arthur Leezer Charles Sjoblom Special Students 1 i I . . I ' .A ' ' : 1 = el us ■Hi— W M—m J Mm Marshall Copen Darrell Dennis Juanita Geise Jack Hinton Donald Jones Walter Mann Mildred McDowell Tommy Moore Sarah Purcell Bob E. Smith Eddie Sowder Edna Tripp 74 o f - - J? ■ Li ft I ) ... ' " It f MP ' Sill 76 High School Freshmen and Sophomores FRESHMEN: First Row: Raymond Earl Brunet, Sue Cain, Caroline Faith Cottrell. Margie Ann Cottrell. Second Row: Arnold Marvin Cottrell, Jac Boone Galloway, C. Ray Gomer, Donna Moore. Third Row: Gloria Nash, Carol Richardson, Olga Robhins, Terry Gene Robertson. Fourth Row : Mollie Ann Schrope, Rufus Slay, Frankie D. Therber. SOPHOMORE: Fourth Row: Mariana Faith Bordelon. Fifth Row: Frances South Cottrell. David Wayne Davis, Bettye Agnes Dent. Beverly Donegan. Sixth Row: Rhoda Godwin. Gayla Sue Heflin. Faye McDowell, Victor Neil Richardson. Seventh Row: Harold Wayne Robertson, Hen- ry Lorenzo Staggs. Charles David Vaughan, Richard Wayne Woods. The High School Seniors OFFICERS BILLY JO WOOTEN President JEANETTE MITCHELL l ire-President SUE HADEN Secretary ANITA HAMILTON Treasurer BRENDA GOFF Student Council Representative LAURENCE JENKINS Reporter MR. C. T. DUCKETT Sponsor The Senior Class Officers The Senior Class of 1959 has many memories that will never be forgotten. We will always remem- ber the socials we have had — the spaghetti supper, the outing in Shelby Park, the time our English class went to Monteagle. Tennessee, mountain climb- ing. Always we will remember Wednesday mornings when we gathered in homeroom for the devotional period. It seemed that each of us got a little closer to our Master as we prayed together about our prob- lems. The night of our Senior play, " The Tinker. " will be remembered as a thrilling event just as our Sen- ior trip was a happy experience. Choosing our class colors, blue and white, and our flower, the carnation, reminded us we would soon be planning our Class Night. As graduation comes, we look to a future bright with promise. Trimming the annual Christmas Tree Classroom Capers SI First Row : Second Row : JEANNE MITCHELL BAKER " Sweet her manner, quiet her ways. " South Carolina. Attended Trevecca her senior year. Married to John. Twin. Housewife. BONNIE ENNIS " She sheds radiance ahout her; so bright is her person- ality. " Ohio. Attended junior and senior year at Trevecca. Was secretary of Junior Class. Student Council secretary senior year and senior superlative. RUSSELL FETTY " He can work, he can play; he can be serious, he can be gay. " West Virginia. Attended Trevecca senior year. Senior superlative. Career in the business world. ANITA HAMILTON " Hers is the quiet smile of sincere friendliness. " Indiana. T.A.A. member, C.W.A. member, Music Club. Attended Trevecca senior year. Treasurer of senior class and senior superlative. Plans to enter T.N.C. and become a missionary. MELVA HUNTER " A pleasant maid, with a pleasant smile. " Florida. T.A.A. member. Attended Trevecca senior year. Plans to become a secretary. LAURENCE JENKINS " There ' s honesty, manhood and good fellowship in thee. " Florida. Attended senior year at Trevecca. Senior class reporter and senior superlative. Plans to attend T.N.C. BRENDA GOFF " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Ten- nessee. Attended Trevecca for three years. Senior repre- sentative to Student Council. Senior superlative. Plans to go into medical work. SUE HADEN " We are charmed by neatness of person. " Kentucky. T.A.A. Member. Attended senior year at Trevecca. Secre- tary to senior class. Plans to attend T.N.C. and become a teacher. GARY JONES " As good an all-around fellow as you have ever seen. " South Carolina. C.W.A. member. President of Student Coun- cil. Senior superlative. Engaged to Bobbie McCullough. Plans to attend T.N.C. and become a preacher. LOIS KOLAR " She ' s courteous, kind, and full of glee. " Colorado. At- tended Trevecca three years. Plans to attend T.N.C. and become a teacher. High School Senior Class 79 First Row: Second Row : MARY RUTH McNEELY " " Her joys are deep as the ocean, her troubles as light as tin- loam. " T.A.A. member. Florida. Attended Trevecca for three years. Plans to attend college and study history. MARY RUTH SHARPTON " Her voice is ever soft, gentle, and low. " Alabama. At- tended Trevecca two years. Plans to become teacher. HAROLD McWHORTER " Not a loud talker, but a deep thinker. " Florida. C.W.A. and Missionary Prayer Band. Science Club, Future Teacher ' s Club, and Music Club. Attended Trevecca senior year. Plans to attend college and become a missionary. RILLY WALTON ' " Men of few words are the best men. " Tennessee. At- tended Trevecca two years. Senior superlative. Plans career in business world. JEANETTE MITCHELL " Modest, undaunted, and true. " South Carolina. T.A.A. member. Attended senior year at Trevecca. Vice-president of senior class. Senior superlative. High school editor of Darda. Twin. Plans to attend T.N.C. and become a mis- sionary. MARTHA NORRIS " A quiet, pleasant manner wins many friends. " Georgia. T.A.A. member. Attended Trevecca senior year. Senior superlative. Plans career in business world. GILBERT WILLIAMS " Example is a lesson that all men can read. " Mississippi. Two years at Trevecca. Active in the Christian Worker ' s services. The ministry is God ' s place for him. BILLY JO WOOTEN " A man, a friend, a gentleman, and a jolly good fellow. " South Carolina. Attended Trevecca two years. Senior " prexy. " Senior superlative. Plans to be a song evangelist. High School Senior Class 80 BONNIE ENNIS, GARY JONES Most Likely To Succeed JEANETTE MITCHELL, BILLY WOOTEN Most Studious The High School Student Council: Bettye Dent, Ray Comer, Gary Jones, Thomas Davis, Brentla Goff, and Bonnie Ennis. High School Student Council The High School Student Council has per- formed its duties with notable success this year. It ratified the laws of the high school constitution, and made plans for several of the all-school socials for the Trevecca High School students. The highlight of the social events sponsored by the Student Council was the Christmas Party. Gary Jones served as president, and merits praise for his leadership in this position. Mr. Jerry Costa served as the council ' s sponsor. 82 v HI if , : 1 I o ft V V s4 Zl Ji ft ft Demonstration School FIRST GRADE: Sherry Angle, Brenda Robertson, Joy Spruill, Sherry Stewart SECOND GRADE: Sharon Davis, Jona- than Eby. Mendell Spruill, Ricky Unruh THIRD GRADE: Byron Bush FIFTH GRADE: Daniel Cottrell, David Givens, Gloria Jones, Martha Rogers, Mae Spruill, David Unruh SIXTH GRADE: Esther Costa, Dorris Luckey SEVENTH GRADE: Bobby Bush, Fred Alan Davis, Harry Grady, Gary Ray Jones, Ruth Ann Klinstiver, Ellen Phil- lips, Joyce Robertson, Linda Spruill, Kent Therber. Carol Ann Wilson EIGHTH GRADE: David Craig, Gene Dalton, Donna Davis, Joe Hampton. Mark Rodgers. Jerry Staggs, Karen Un- ruh, Johnny Yeargin. Time for a Treat Summer School Classes in the " good old summer time " ? Why not? The air-conditioned library and classrooms are inviting. The campus is at its loveliest. A slower pace and better study sea- sons fill the summer days. And of course there are the traditions — the watermelon cutting and picnics. It all adds up to pleasant days and good solid credit in the summer term. A Class Project aney Sue rjCittie Who ' s Who Among Students in American College and I niversities 87 J Qex lf obie J oudton Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities First Row: Joyce Anderson, John DeArman. Louise Irwin, El eanor Knotts. Janey Sue Little. Second Row : Phyllis Lobb, J ud Magnusson, Lillian Pickett, Roberta Stogner. Trevecca ' s scholastic " elite " are, each year at graduation time, given an invitation to be- come members of the Honor Society. A yearly average of 2.5 must be achieved for membership and this honor roll standing must be maintained. Graduating seniors of the group may be given an invitation to join the Zeta Chapter of the Phi Delta Lambda, the national Naza- rene honor organization. Officers: Miss Person. Sponsor: Mrs. Lillian Pickett. Vice- President : Phyllis Lobb, President; Roberta Stogner, Sec- retary-Treasurer. Honor Society 91 Dr. John L. Knight, Superintendent. Florida District; Evangelist, Fall Re- vival. Dr. S. T. Ludwig, General Secretary, Church of the Nazarene, Lecturer, Ben- son Lecture Series. Dr. Carl S. McClain, English De- partment, Olivet Nazarene College Lecturer, Student Council Lectures. The field pulpit used by George Whitfield at Treveeka College ' s Annual Preaching Day is a fit- ting symbol for the chapel page. How great the in- fluence of those early sermons was will never be known. Nor will the impact of the words spoken in Treveecas chapel ever be measured. Daily instruction and blessing are our privileges as the truths of the gospel are presented in word and song. Great men of our day speak from our pulpit, bringing challenge and stimulating doctrinal truths to our minds. Glad songs ring out, a spontaneous testimony is given, and others follow. The preached word is anointed and blessed with a harvest of souls. Our hearts are full — and our memories are impressed with another blessed hour spent in chapel. Chapel Time Dr. Samuel Young, General Superin- tendent, Church of the Nazarene. LEFT: Eastern Kentucky presents a budget check. CENTER: Dr. Lewis Corlett, President. Nazarene Theological Seminary. RIGHT: Rev. H. Harvey Hendershot, District Superintendent of the W. Virginia District. The Christian OFFICERS Rex Houston President Pat Young Reporter Dave Wofford Vice-President Winston Hatcliff Follow-up Secretary Nancy Sheridan Secretary Irmcahd Haerr Follow-up Secretary Eddie West Treasurer The Christian Workers Association is no doubt the most influential organization on campus, both in importance of the work ac- complished and in scope of participation and outreach. The whole city becomes the parish; the en- tire student body the source of workers. The songs sung and sermons preached do an in- calculable amount of good for the needy of the city. Hundreds are won to Christ each year. President Rex Houston and sponsor. Rev. K. W. Phil- lips, plan for Christian Workers activity. Workers Association And the workers themselves reap both im- mediate and long-range blessings. The most effective training for Christian service is this actual labor in the vineyard. The jails, juvenile detention homes, rest homes, and street corners are pulpits from which the glorious gospel is preached. How great the challenge — how amazing the trans- formations. The Monday night prayer meetings arc times of reporting the victories won and of bringing requests that cares may be shared. Thus the work is carried forward and the workers strengthened and blessed. Rex lead.-. Monday night prayer meeting; a group ministers at the rest home. Ministerial Association The Ministerial Association welcomes to its mem- bership all those preparing for full-time Christian service. Its expressed purpose is to promote the spiritual life of the student body. This goal has been admirably achieved under the leadership of Presi- dent Ed Couey and sponsor, Rev. Leon Chambers. Activities of the organization included the pre- sentation of both Friday and Saturday night pro- grams. They also purchased some valuable books in the field of religion for the library. Ministerial Officers: Ed Couey, President; Joyce Woodward, Secretary; Ottis Donegan, Treasurer; Gene Reynolds, Re- porter; Rev. Leon Chambers, Sponsor. Ministerial Association sponsors senior speakers in chapel. 96 Missionary Prayer Band The purpose of the Missionary Prayer Band is to seek God in the behalf of our missionaries, and to build Christian character through studying, pray- ing, fasting, and giving for World Evangelism. Offerings taken at each meeting provide funds for answering missionary requests. Two boxes of used clothing were sent to Rev. Orjalo in Haiti, and two bundles to Rev. Miller in Formosa — the value of both being nearly $100. The Band meets each Friday noon to fast and pray for the great field, " white unto harvest. " The M.P.B. packs clothing for the Millers in Formosa Missionary Prayer Band officers. Seated: Tom Reid, Presi- dent; Jackson Phillips, Vice-President; -Martha Gray. Sec- retary; Miss Marie Peery, sponsor. Fiust Row: Professor Ramon Unruh, Director; Chloe Comb s, Carl Eby, Ann Bohannon. Cannon Hassell, Karen Cox. Wendi-I I Poole. Linda Taylor. Second Row: Peggy Jo Neal, Jimmy Staggs, Marilyn Stucki. Robert Johnson, Lois Conkey, Tom Fowler, Yvonne Oakes, Librarian; James Hess. Treasurer; Bess Pearson. Thikd Row: Orval Lejeune, Nancy Rushing. Chuck Acheson, Librarian: Helen Burch, Gene Cook, Joyce Shaw, Don Pitzer, Berma DuBose. Kelly Flannery. Fourth Row: Sylvia Young, Melvin Welch. Edith Mingledorfl, Ray Cowan, Margie Dover. Secretary; Joe Moses, President; Joyce Lewis, Donnie Smith. Carolyn Wiley. " Praise to the Lord " is lifted by hearts and forty voices as Trevecca ' s A Cappella Choir expresses its purpose in song. The college choir is one of the most effective promotional agencies of the college and its annual tour does much to bring the spirit of Tre- vecca to the zone. The desire to honor God in song is the uppermost thought in the minds of the group. Long hours of practice and hard travel are com- pletely over-balanced by the fun-times at socials and the adventure of touring. To Shelby Park with eats galore, to Fort Campbell on Palm Sunday, to Wash- ington, D.C. while on tour of six states — all of this is involved in acceptance into the A Cappella. " God ' s Trombones " becomes a challenge to dra- matic interpretation to Joyce Woodward and John Hay, and carries a message to the people. Songs of gladness and triumph are the contributions the choir makes to listening hearts. A Cappella Choir PROF. RAMON UNRUH Director Treble Tone Chorus First Row: Joyce Woodard, Mary Jane Still, Mary Beth Richardson, Mary Eliz- abeth Morrison, Shirley Bula, Miriam Hudigins, Miriam Goodwin, Miss Mc- Clain, Director. Second Row: Sarah Flick, Linda Pierce, Sue Hayes, Doris Drake, Joyce Rudd, Glenda Keever, Carol Brown. Third Row: Annice Par- sons, Betty Taylor, Phyllis Lobb, Patsy Hayes, LaNelle Cowan, Ann Bohannon, Mary Evelyn Nelson. Fourth Row: Marquita Thomas, Mary Webb, Carol Light, Ann Fleming, Mariellyn Nelson, Barbara Brown. The Treble Tone Chorus is the ladies glee club which was added to the offerings of the Music Department this year. These young ladies have done a splendid job under the di- rection of Miss Barbara McClain. Their performance in the Christmas Choral Concert was particularly notable. The Male Chorus under the director of Professor Unruh is another new musical group, and is expected to make valu- able contributions to the A Cappella Choir. The men sing in bi-weekly practice sessions and have had several public ap- pearances. The accompanist is Miss Edith Mingledorff. Male Chorus Miss Edith Mingledorff, Accom- panist. First Row: Dwayne Lit- tle, Professor Ramon Unruh, Di- rector; Paul Pierce. Second Row: Curtis Pearson, Bobby Scales, Phil Riley, Jimmy Staggs. Third Row: Wendell Shirley. Terrill Haddix, Winston Hatcliff, Bob Reid. Russell Root. O rga nizations Clio Society Clio Society Officers: Jo Lynn Armstrong, Reporter; Wanda Miller, Secretary; Roy Fuller. President; Powell Wyatt, Vice-President: Wesley Frederick, Treasurer; Dr. H. J. Adams, Sponsor. The Clio Society attracts the true " history lovers, " and makes a distinct contribution to the life and activity of the campus. Among the activities of the year were a luncheon at the home of their sponsor, Dr. Adams, and presentation of the film, " Martin Luther, " for a Friday night program. 102 Music Club The Music Qui) is one of the largest and most active on campus. Their first activity was a luncheon meeting with Paul McNutt, tenor, as guest speaker. The Christmas season was heralded by strains of music from the McClurkan tower. The Christmas Choral Concert was sponsored by the Music Club with the co-operation of the combined choirs. A party was given by the club ' s sponsor, Miss Barbara McClain. The club sponsored a Friday night program, and as a project furnished one of the Fine Arts offices. Music Club Officers: Miss Barbara McClain, Sponsor; Margie Dover. Reporter; Carolyn Wiley, Vice-President; Joe Moses, President; Joyce Lewis, Secretary; Melvin Welch, Treasurer. 103 Philosophy Club Philosophy Club Officers: Jackson Phillips, President; Wes- ley Frederick, Vice-President ; Leslie Porter, Secretary- Treasurer; Professor John Knight, Sponsor, not pictured. The Philosophy Club, in its first year of ex- istence, has proved the need for its organiza- tion. This club was formed to encourage the appreciation and discussion of philosophy and its problems. The " Philosophy Forum " was the name chosen for the organization. Prof. John Knight was selected as sponsor. The activities includ- ed discussions and lectures of a philosophical nature. 104 The Literary Club offers an opportunity for increased activity to English majors and mi- nors. The purpose of this organization is to provide for prospective teachers of English and literature a deeper appreciation for the arts. Activities of the club included a luncheon at the home of Miss Amy L. Person, sponsor. Literary Club Literary Club Officers: LaNelle Cowan, Reporter; Freda Johnson, President; Miss Amy Person, Sponsor; Mary Jane Still. Secretary; Patsy Home, Vice-President; Ruth Shan- non. Treasurer. 105 Future Teachers Future Teacher- Club Officers: Robert Uush. President; Elizabeth Stucki. Secretary; Sylvia Young, Treasurer; Pro- fessor William H. Howick, Sponsor. Dave Wofford, Vice- President, and Phyllis Lobb. Reporter, not pictured. The F uture Teachers Club is another new comer to the ranks of departmental clubs. However, it represents Trevecca ' s second strongest department, that of Education-Psy- chology, and is thus destined to have a rapid growth. The major contribution of the group has been supplying information about state re- quirements and opportunities to prospective teachers. 106 Science Club The Science Club, one of the most active on campus, took a special trip to Stone Creek State Park with a goal to collect miniature fei us and lichens for a closed terrarium. They were also responsible for the recharging of our fire extinguishers and the capturing of squirrels for our campus. A much admired contribution in the early spring was a new fish pond and a lovely pansv bed. The purpose of the club is to increase knowl- edge in the field of science and appreciation for the handiwork of our Creator. Science Club Officers: Mrs. Mildred Chambers, Sponsor; Dolly Smith. Secretary-Treasurer; Louise Irwin. Reporter: Kathy Hemmerly, President: Nane Sheridan. Vice-Presi- dent. 107 ■ i k Speech Club Speech Club Officers: Seated, Beverly Forman, Reporter; and Emma Lee Nelson, Treasurer. Standing: Jackson Phil- lips, Vice-President; Mrs. Paul Greene, Sponsor; Glenda Putnam, Secretary. Paul Jackson, President, not pictured. The Speech Club has enjoyed a busy year highlighted by its presentation of the all- school play, " The Prodigal Son. " Other activities included an extemporane- ous speech contest, which was conducted as a Friday night program, and participation in the W.C.T.U. Oratorical Contest. Members of the group enjoyed a Christmas party at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. Paul Greene. 108 Alabama Club Dewey Williams Sue Hayes . . .Chairman . . .Secretary Eastern Kentucky- Club Carolyn Wiley Chairman Joy Wilcox Secretary East Tennessee Club Charles Matlock Chairman Charlotte Robinson Secretary 4. " . M Mississippi Club Lib Stucki Chairman Molly Mercer Secretary North Carolina Club Winston Hatcliff Chairman Edith Mingledorff Secretary South Carolina Club Al Wood Chairman Margie Dover Secretary Tennessee Club tHARLES KlRBY Chairman Joyce Lewis Secretary Virginia Club Joe Moses Chairman Barbara Williams Secretary West Virginia Club Don Browning Chairman Wanda Miller Secretary Seated: Donnie Smith, Dr. Adams. Standing: Kemp Higginboth am. Carolyn Wiley, Helen Burch, Bonnie Ennis, Jeannette Willis, Wendell Poole, Joyce Lewis, Hugh Smith, Rex Houston, and Gary Jones. OFFICERS Donnie Smith Student Body President Kemp Higginboth am Secretary Janey Little Bar da Editor Helen Burch Trev-Echoes Editor Joyce Lewis Senior Representative — Treasurer Jeannette Willis Junior Representative Carolyn Wiley Sophomore Representative Hugh Smith Freshman Representative Bonnie Ennis ... .Secretary of H.S. Student Council Gary Jones President of H.S. Student Council Rex Houston C.W.A. Representative Wendell Poole T.A.A. Representative Dr. Homer J. Adams Sponsor 114 Student DR. HOMER J. ADAMS Sponsor I Main of the functions of student body govern- ment are added to the advisor) duties of our Stu- dent Advisor) Council. The opening activities in September are under the general supervision of the Student Council. At registration time all campus cars are registered for efficient traffic law enforcement. This is one of the active committees of the council. All campus elections are held by the Student Coun- cil; the spring election of major officers is encour- aged to be a real " campaign. " The strong spiritual leadership exerted by our Student Body President, Donnie Smith, is highly commendable. A series of revival messages by Rev. Charles Childers was sponsored by the council. The cultural emphasis of this organization was well expressed l the choice of Dr. Carl S. McClain, Head of the Knglish Department of Olhel Nazarcnc College, as the speaker for the annual Student Coun- cil Lectures. The illustrated lectures by Dr. McClain brought life and beauty to English literature. Finally the council has direct supervision of all club and class organizations. Projects and monies spent are reported to a joint faculty-council com- mittee which selects the Club and Class of the Year according to our point system. These titles and the individual honor awards are highly coveted. Thus the Student Council plays a vital part in di- recting campus affairs — both in an advisory ca- pacity to the faculty and as a student governing body. Advisory Council DONNIE JOEL SMITH KEMP HIGGINBOTHAM Student Body President Student Council Secretary 115 The Darda Trevecca ' s Chronicle JANEY SUE LITTLE and JACKSON PHILLIPS Co-Editors Top: Bess and Mildred Pearson do the job at hand. Bottom: Typists Doris Sweeney and Marion Coward check copy with Jeanctte Mitchell. The Darda, first published in 1924, has through the yesterdays been the pictorial history book for Trevecca Nazarene College. Its name, Darda, which means " Pearl of Wisdom, " was suggested by the late Mrs. Sadie Agnew Johnson. Those first copies give, along with the wisdom of the years past, an excellent picture of a depth of spiritual intention, a youthful zest for life, and dedication to the highest ideals. Today the task is ours. We sincerely hope that we have truthfully portrayed the spirit and inter- ests of today ' s Trevecca. Long hours, tedious detail and small frustrations are forgotten when we realize we are presenting Trevecca ' s story for 1958-59. The staff has worked efficiently and co-operative- ly. The lovely prose passages in the book are the work of Mildred Pearson; the classes sections, Freda Johnson and Marlene Minix. Carolyn Wiley spent hours on the organization section and Jo Lynn Armstrong proved to be an efficient and able sports editor. Bess Pearson served as feature editor and Jeanette Mitchell represented the high school department. Joe Moses served as staff photograph- er and the big smile behind the snap shot camera be- longed to Ann Benson. The typists of any publica- tion deserve much credit; Doris Sweeney and Ma- rion Coward did an excellent job on the Darda manuscripts. Gene Reynolds served as Business Manager with Jo Lynn and Carolyn inspect the latest pictures. Marlene and Freda file completed copy. Dvvayne Little as his assistant. The advertisement section of the hook shows the results of their labor. Tomorrow will be a new day. But because today has been a good one we look with faith to the fu- ture. And our hopes and dreams are not for our- selves alone but for our Alma Mater, whose story we have told. Janey Little and Jackson Phillips GENE REYNOLDS Business Manager STAFF Janey Little Editor Jackson Phillips Co-Editor Gene Reynolds Business Manager Dwayne Little Assistant Business Manager Mildred Pearson Literary Editor Carolyn Wiley Organization Editor Freda Johnson C ass Editor Marlene Minix Class Editor Bess Pearson Feature Editor Jeanette Mitchell High School Editor Jo Lynn Armstrong Sports Editor Doris Sweeney Typist Marion Coward Typist Joe Moses Photographer Ann Benson Snap Shot Photographer Mrs. K. W. Phillips Editorial Advisor Mr. V. Neil Richardson Business Advisor JOE MOSES Photographer 117 Trev-Echoes Heralds the News HELEN- BURCH Editor Top: Pat Jones, Assistant Editor Bottom: Staff members check the dummy. " Beatin ' the Air, " current events, editorials, " Letters to the Editor " — all these are articles which brighten the make-up of our Trev- Echoes, the campus newspaper. It is a bi- weekly publication, and its regularity is a tribute to the efficiency of Editor Helen Burch. Members of the journalism class serve as reporters for the paper. Although most of the copy is written by the class, other students make frequent spirited contributions to the paper. Sammy Phipps, elected Business Manager in January, has been the man on the job to keep the publication operating in the " black. " Members of journalism class hard at work. T rev-Echoes is not only available to the stu- dent body, but has a sizeable subscription list. It truly becomes in its news coverage and the spirit of its editorial policy, the echoes of Tre- vecca. SAMMY PHIPPS Business Manager Mrs. Phillips works with staff members. STAFF Helen Burch Editor Sammy Phipps Business Manager Pat Jones Assistant Editor Linda Taylor Managing Editor Emma Lee Nelson Circulation Manager Lois Conkey Circulation Manager Charles Kirby Sports Editor Bess Pearson Columnist Pat Losey Young C. IF. A. Reporter Mrs. Phillips, publications ' sponsor, checks some photographic copy. 119 Athletics 1 I I Trevecca Athletic Association Top: Jo Lynn Armstrong, Treasurer; Carolyn Wiley, Secre- tary ; Wendell Poole, President. Bottom: Action! ! Trevecca Athletic Association From the first clash on the gridiron to the last sprint on Field Day, athletics are a vital part of college life. The goal of T.A.A. prexy, Wendell Poole— " for everyone to catch a spark of enthusiasm and support our athletic program " — was over- whelmingly realized. Membership and par- ticipation rose to new heights, setting a record for the T.A.A. New equipment was purchased, schedules setup, provisions for student body attendance at all games was obtained, and ac- tivities such as football, basketball, Softball, volleyball, ping pong, and track were encom- passed by the T.A.A. under the praise-deserv- ing leadership of President Wendy Poole. Dr. Homer Adams and Miss Barbara McClain as- sisted as co-sponsors. Spiraling passes, " dead-eye " shots and swinging bats totaled up to exciting games for participants and spectators alike. Athletic Societies ALPHA BETA DELTA The fall of the year at T.N.C. brings, of course, organization of Athletic Societies. The mighty Deltas chose Harold Hughes as society chairman to lead them in com- petition against Boh Cook, the Alphas ' choice. Challenging both Alphas and Del- tas was Jack Meeks, speaking for the Betas. Starting the year was a Softball game defeat for the " green " Freshmen by the Upperclassmen. Football began with each society expect- ing to win and much enthusiasm displayed by all. The hard hitting Alpha squad be- gan a steady march toward championship and came through many battles victorious and unconquered. Still shouting of triumph on the grid- iron, the Alpha boys began a program of excellent basketball playing which crowned them as two-time champs. However, the strong and well co-ordinated team of Delta girls breezed through the basketball sea- son undefeated to secure for their society the girls championship. Softball season came in the spring, bringing a mighty determination to defeat the prevailing champs. The Beta Society was out for a title. Enthusiasm was great and spirits high as the fast pitching of Jack- son Phillips insured victory for the Delta boys. The girls were in there pitching and the games were anyone ' s choice. Thus ended the year with everyone still unsatisfied as to who really belonged to the best society. Football Teams " Signals — 4-8-12-16 — Hike! " And the game is on. The fast moving Alpha squad is on the move and the hard hitting Delta six are out to stop them. But stopping Moody Gunter. Paul Godby. and Bob Cook just could not be done during the entire season. Running the pigskin for the Deltas was Charles Kirby who kept the team ' s spirit high. John Evilcizer crossed the 0- yard line and scored for the Betasi — not enough to oust the Deltas from the number two position, however. The Alpha team came through the season triumphantly with no upsets, climaxing the football season by defeating the All-Stars in the final game of the year. THE RECORD Won Lost Alpha 12 0 Delta 4 8 Beta 2 10 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORERS Cook, Bob Alpha Evilcizer, John Beta Godby, Paul Alpha Gunter, Moody Alpha Kirby, Charles Delta Wood, Al Alpha Basketball Teams The echo of the hounce on the hard- wood, the swish of the net, and haskethall season begins. The winning streak of the mighty Alphas continued. Ed Sisson effort- lessly led the team ' s scoring. Following previous tradition in football, the Deltas held second place and the Betas came in third. Charles Kirby and Bobby Johnson tallied high for the Deltas. The Betas ' Jim Hamp- ton and Jim Stocks kept the ball moving. Defeat hurt both teams who could only promise the Alphas — " Wait until next year! " The tournament was won by the Alphas who had some stiff competition from the Delta five. TOP SCORERS Sisson, Ed — Alpha 275 pts. Kirby, Charles— Delta 188 pts. Cook. Bob— Alpha 159 pts. Johnson. Bob — Delta 134 pts. Poole. Wendell— Alpha 130 pts. Girls 9 Basketball Enthusiasm ran high among the girls ami the Deltas were out to regain the champion- ship which they lost to the Alphas last year. Amid gales of laughter and cheers from the students, the girls played with surpris- ing agility. The Alpha girls were in there trying with all their might to shove the Deltas from the top position. The superb shooting of Doris Sweeney and Barbara Greer kept the scores high, while the Delta guards prevented Carol Light of the Alphas and Bess Pearson of the Betas from making the needed goals. The Deltas finished the season undefeat- ed and the battle between Alphas and Betas ended with the Alphas in second place. The teams placed the same way in the tourna- ment. In an exciting game between the All-Star Girls and Student Wives, the All- Stars defeated the hard-playing " grannies " as they were called during the game. TEAM RECORDS Won Lost Delta 8 0 Alpha 4 4 Beta 0 8 TOP SCORERS Alpha— Carol Light 113 pt?. Delta — Doris Sweeney 60 pts. Delta — Barbara Greer 40 pts. Delta — Joyce Shaw 42 pts. Delta Mary B. Richardson 21 pts. 0 I.YVN VKMSTRONC k U H KMMKRI.Y LOUISE IRWIN CAROL LIGHT GIRL ALL-STARS DORIS SWEENEY MARQUITA TH » I S Everybody Plays Fun in sports is for all students and at T.N.C., EVERYBODY PLAYS!! Classes over, studying finished (?), recre- ation time arrives. Shouts of " Let ' s play ping pong, shuffleboard, volleyball, or something " are heard across the campus as everyone heads for the Student Center to find out what the " kids " are doing. Times like these will live on in our memories through the years as we remember old times and old friends at T.N.C. Features 9 DECEMBER Yesterday — You, the Freshman, are our Yesterday, our warm, friendly Yesterday. Before you lies the anticipation of coming college days, and wonderful new friendships woven into an unbreakable cord of Christian love. I The Fall brings Freshman Recognition Week and the threats of Upper Classmen which you discover are purely fun. From buildings everywhere come strange figures whose strangeness you learn to love. When snow falls, the campus resounds with cries of joy. Those with deeper feelings walk softly over the white blanket, awed at the majestic purity of it all. In Springtime you revel in the beauties of Nature. The yellow daffodils nod their heads as you pass, and you say, " This is my Father ' s World. " The lazy Spring afternoons tug at your heart and you are tempted to follow the breeze to the ends of the earth. Then, June, and you say goodbye to once-strange faces. As you turn your back on the green magnolia trees, the yellow daffodils and the massive buildings, you will not be sad; for you know that for you, next year holds a whole new world to conquer. I : A Freshman Today, Seniors — This is ours. Today, with its excitement of knowing that y ou are on the top of the ladder, and the frightening realization that the ladder will soon be taken away and you must climb or fall on your own merit. Courses, hours, quality points, which before seemed a mere nothing, have come to mean everything. The Thanksgiving Banquet — our last and the best yet the faces — familiar and beloved — , the campus, old, yet ever new, have been stalwarts in our character structure. Will we ever forget our earl) morning class meetings which too many of us forgot, or the fun we had planning and decorating for our Fine Arts Program. Today — ! A new quarter dawns, and we determine to have a " ball, " because the end is drawing near. The days pass swiftlv because we are having fun. Suddenly it ' s exam time and we cram into the wee hours of the morning. Will we never learn? Now we relax. A girl looks anxiously toward Fall and the teaching profession: a hoy straightens his tie before applying for a job: another prays earnestly for God s help in his first full-term revival. The days of early rising are past and we leisurely sleep a few minutes longer. Breakfast at Greer ' s, which once seemed too extravagant, has become the beginning of every day. The T-Room becomes more vital to our liv es because there we see those whom we love so well and whose radiant lives shall onlv brush us swiftlv as we walk into the future. Chapel — with its widespread table seems more important to our lives than it once did. We feast on its riches and store its truths in the deep recesses of our souls so that we may meet tomorrow unafraid. June — and regrets, for all the things we never had time to do. for the " good-byes; " but underneath it lies anticipation. We know that we shall enter the portals of tomorrow, prepared to live. A Senior 147 Tomorrow — this, too, will be ours. It is we who shall make its headlines, solve its problems, soothe its pains and raise its standards; we who now stand confidently on the threshold of a new life, ready to build for ourselves. Our years of college are but stepping stones to higher heights. The city lights will beckon some, the blackboards of a shining classroom will call others, the machines of the business world will click to the heart beat of some, while others will walk stalwartly to the sacred desk to proclaim the truths for which we all would lay down our lives. We will not do our duty to the world until we better mankind by our labor. We are unique and the places that we shall fill will be unique. Our future depends on us. 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Donley, Sylvia Arlenf. 41 General Delivery. Princeton, West Va. Dover. Margie 57 113 Thomas Avenue. Fort Sill. S.C. Drake, Doris 33 508 Henderson Ave., Donalsonville, Ga. Dt Bose, Berma 48 403 S. Main St.. Fitzgerald, Ga. Eby. Carl Wayne 33 1645 N. E. 9th Ave.. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Edmondson, Davie J 33 600 N. Lee St., Valdosta, Ga. Elder, Donald F 33 1320 Durrett Lane, Louisville, Ky. Elkins, William L 49 Wurtland, Ky. Ennis, Bonnie 79 Box 586 Garrettsville, Ohio Evilcizer, John 122 1819 Park St., Springfield, Tenn. Evilcizer, Larry 33 1819 Park St.. Springfield, Tenn. Farish, John William 33 9 Sycamore Avenue, Somerdale, New Jersey Fetty, Russell Edward 79 R.D. No. 2, New Cumberland, West Va. Field, Robert E 57 P.O. Box 341, Kingwood. West Va. Ficge, Eugene 41 1138 Bryden Rd., Columbus, Ohio Flannery, Hershel Kelly, Jr 41 28 W. 11 St.. Newport. Ky. Fleming, Ann 34 P.O. Box 34, Dolomite, Ala. Flick, Sarah Acnes 34 Rt. 1. Worfhington, Pa. Form an, Beverly 49 455 Second St., Magnolia. Miss. Foskey, Marilyn LaFay 34 Rt. 6. Box 689. Dublin. Ga. Fowler. Thomas S., Jr 34 3906 9th Ave.. Parkersburg, West Va. Frazier. James Oren 11 Rt. 1, Landrum, S.C. Frederick, Wesley Bresee 58 58V2 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Frost, Jack 3233 N. W. 101 St.. Miami 47, Fla. Fuller, Roy 58 83 Nance Lane, Nashville. Tenn. Galloway, Bill 41 76 Nance Lane, Nashville. Tenn. Galloway, Jack 76 76 Nance Lane. Nashville. Tenn. Gardner, Rosalie 34 201 1st Ave., Glasgow, West Va. Garner, Emory P.O. Box 111. Trion, Ga. Gates, Ernest 41 Rt. 1, Hawley, Texas Geise, Juanita Gayle 74 Box 41, Bentonville, Ind. Gibson, Wayne 1276 Clay St., Bowling Green, Ky. Gillian. Franklin D 41 814 Cauthen St., Rock Hill, S.C. Godiiy, Paul T 34 2311 Donna, Louisville, Ky. Godwin, Rhoda Rae 76 Rt. 1. Bridgewater, Va. Goff, Brenda Ruth 79 2110 Barrett Rd., Nashville, Tenn. Comer, Ferreli 93 Lester, Nashville, Tenn. Comer, Ray 76 93 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Coins, Shannon Lou 77 1505 Fox I ' m Rd., Louisville, Ky. Goodman, Barbara Jo 34 Rt. 1, Sewanee, Tenn. Goodwin, Mariam 34 110 Covington St.. Jackson, Ga. Grant, John 41 829 S. Germantown, Chattanooga, Tenn. Gray, Dave G 113 122 Patrick St., Norfolk, Va. Gray, Martha 41 Kt. 2, Norman Park, Ga. Gray, Virginia 34 1805 Prospect Ave., Ashland, Ky. Greene, Winfield Paul 58 2809 Moore St., Ashland, Ky. Greer. Barbara Sue 41 Box 64, Clinton, Miss. Greer, Nancy 34 P.O. Box 356. Clinton, Miss. Griffin. Billie Theresa 34 Lynwood Drive. Waycross, Ga. Gross, James Allen 41 3rd Ave., Rami. West Va. Groves, Betty 49 Kt. 1. Box 103. Brooksville, Fla. Gunter, Moody 59 Rl. 3. Winnsboro, S.C. Gunter, Theresa June 41 185 Columbia Rd.. Winnsboro, S.C. Haden, Carolyn Sue 79 Sacramento, Ky. Haddix, Bruce 49 Rt. 1. Box 229, Elkins, West Va. Haddix. Terrill 34 Rt. 1. Box 229, Elkins. West Va. Haerr. Irmcard Louise 59 2990 N. W. 63rd St., Miami, Fla. Hace, Dennis Keith 34 71 1 N.W. 33rd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Hale, David N 34 377 Peneda, Coca, Fla. Hall. James Paul 59 35 San Carlos, St. Augustine, Fla. Hall. Orville, Jr 41 Rt. 1, New Castle, Ind. Hamilton, Anita Marie 79 311 W. 7th St.. New Albany, Ind. Hammack, Jo Anne Rt. 6. Box 262, Charleston, West Va. Hampton, Clifford B Linville, N.C Hampton, James C 34 79 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Hamrick, Kenneth Dale 34 206B Bradford St.. Charleston. West Va. Hanson, Rebekah Louise 34 81? W Jefferson St., Bloomington. III. Harmon, Maby Jane 34 1501 11th Ave., Bessemer, Ala. Harvey, Fbeeman 34 Albany, Ky. Hassel, Cannon 2106 Rose Cliff Dr.. Nashville, Tenn. Hassinger, Raymond 1 41 320 W. Market. Tiffin. Ohio Hatcliff. Winston John 49 Cherokee, N.C. 151 Hatfield, Daniel M 34 509 Dcnchesfer, Middlesboro, Ky. Hayes, Myra Sue 34 Rt. 1. Box 32-A. Adamsville, Ala. Hayes, Patsy Ann 34 Rt. 2. Bicknell, Ind. Hayes. Richard J 74 Rt. 1, Watson, West Va. Haynes, Anne 49 Rt. 5, Box 532, Charleston, West Va. Heaton, Kenneth David 34 Rt. 2, Terrace Trailer Ct., Ste jbenville. Ohio Hedgepath, Richard Ray 11 5812 Couch Dr., Nashville, Tenn. Hedgepath, Robert 60 Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. Hedges, Ronald 41 Rt. 2, Brooksville, Ky. Helms, Betty 49 2029 Harold Ct., Tallahassee, Fla. Hemmerly, Kathy 60 3308 Weir Ave., Weirton, West Va. Henry, Lyndon E. Main St., Cumberland, Ky. Hess, James H 34 408 Elm Ave., S.E. Roanoke, Va. Heflin, Gayla 76 511 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Hk.ginbotham, Kemp 49 1664 Dunmoor. Memphis. Tenn. Hich, Ruth 41 214 Green Ave., Dren, Miss. Hinton, John J 74 c o First Church of the Nazarene, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Hites, Thomas 0 34 522 E. Tombigbee, Florence, Ala. Holderby, Robert Lee 34 607 11th St. W., Huntington, West Va. Holso, Christine 12791 Greenlawn. Detroit, Michigan Hoover, Charles Rt. 1, Staunton, Va. Horne, Patsy 34 522 Fairview Ave., Kingsport, Tenn. Horton, Irvin Eugene 41 127V 2 N. Lake Ave., Lakeland, Fla. Horton, William Box 176, Kings Mountain, Ky. Houston, Duane 34 Rt. 1, Boone, Iowa Houston, Rex 60 Rt. 1, Boone, Iowa Howick, Nettie Frances 50 1123 N. Alexander St., Charlotte, N.C. Hudgins, Miriam 34 225 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Falls Church, Va. Hudson, Kermit 34 Rt. 2, Box 392A, Charleston, West Va. Hughes, Billy C 35 1361 Greenland, Nashville, Tenn. Hughes, Harold 1220 E. Bijon, Colorado Springs, Colo. Hunter, Melva 79 No 7 San Sebastian, St. Augustine. Fla. Irwin, Ed 42 1511 Bailey Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. Irwin, Kenneth 42 1885 Kingshighway, Clearwater, Fla. Irwin, Louise 50 1885 Kingshighway, Clearwater, Fla. Jackson, Paul Edwin 61 R.F.D. 1, Clay City, Ind. Jarratt, Alvie Ray 35 125 East Rose St., Blytheville. Ark. Jarratt, Harold 125 E. Rose St., Blytheville, Ark. Jenkins, Lawrence 4080 Heights Ave., Plant City, Fla. Jernigan, Betty 35 812 N. Broadway, Sylacauga, Ala. Johnson. Freda Mae 61 3711 Yellow Mtn. Rd.. Roanoke, Va. Johnson, Harry 1710 Allison Pike, Nashville, Tenn. Johnson, Robert Elvin 35 1416 Charleston Ave., Portsmouth, Va. Johnston, Faye 35 28 Seminole St.. Sylacauga, Ala. Jones, Donald Lee 74 428 E. Michigan, Indianapolis, Ind. Jones, Gary Lee 79 316 Bayne St., Orangeburg, S.C. Jones, Lucille 61 811 Kirkwood Lane, Nashville, Tenn. Jones, Margaret G 42 P.O. Box, Zephyrhills, Fla. Jones, Patsy 50 Box 425. Mayfield, Ky. Jones, Ruby 42 28 Kennedy Homes, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Jones, Rudy 35 Armathwaite, Tenn. Joslin, Travis 42 Thexton, Miss. Keever, Glenda M 35 323 Brooks St., Albemarle, N.C. King, Eugene 35 Rt. 5. Box 302, Savannah, Ga. Kibby, Charles L 35 18 Wisteria, Jackson, Tenn. Klausner, William C 50 805 N. 5th St., Nashville, Tenn. Klinstiver, Charles 50 Box 275, Trevecca Nazarene College, Nashville, Tenn. Klinstiver, Charles, Sr 24 Trevecca Campus, Nashville, Tenn. Knight, June 42 General Delivery, Athens, West Va. Knotts, Eleanor Janet 42 1313 Poriview Dr., Nashville, Tenn. Knox, Charlene . ' 42 Rt. 1. Houlka, Miss. Koch, Gary . 42 Rt. 3, Lebanon, Ohio Kohn, Pat ' . 35 1336 N.W. 34th Rd., Gainesville, Fla. Kolar, Linda 35 64 Hart St., Nashville, Tenn. Kollio, Anna 35 1009 Riverside Dr., Nashville. Tenn. Kolar, Lois 79 64 Hart St., Nashville. Tenn. Kunselman, Daniel 35 365 Coiisville Rd., Campbell, Ohio Lawson, Franklin G 42 Box 234, McCrory, Ark. Led ford, Joye 35 709 E. Franklin, Tullahoma. Tenn. Ledford, Norma Jean 50 104 Woodlawn Dr., Chattanooga, Tenn. Lee, Kenneth 696 McCarrell, Washington, Pa. Leeper, Helen Rt. 1. Proctorville, Ohio Leeper, Lawerence E 1710 Hoitt, Knoxville, Tenn. Leezer, Arthur 74 66V2 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. LeJeune, Orval 42 1209 Pegram St., Charlotte 5, N.C. Leonard, Judy N 35 16301 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami, Fla. Letlow, Hershel Rt. 16. Box 110. Birmingham, Ala. Leverett, Luther 35 935 39th St., Columbus, Ga. Lewis, Joyce 62 1011 Carolyn Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Light, Carol Ellen 35 Box 128 Cabin Creek, West Va. Little, Dwayne L 35 425 Highway Ave., Ludlow, Ky. Little, Janey Sue 62 425 Highway Ave., Ludlow, Ky. Lobb, Phyllis 42 Rt. 3, Box 113, Greensburg. Ky. Lunn, Nelia Ann 42 Rt. 1, Box 373, Hartsville, S.C. 152 Luster, Jesse 50 2211 Pleasant Run Pike, Covington, K . McCauley, John 35 Rt. 1, Box 226, Elkins, West Va. McClain, Edgar Thomas Culler, Ohio McCommon, Gerald T 62 1601 E. llih St., Chattanooga, Tenn. McCu ' LLOUCH, LlLLIE 35 787 E. Waldorf, Memphis. Tenn. McDonald, Ed 42 5313 Slauntun Ave., Charleston 4, West Va. McDowell, Fa ye 76 1318 Sweetbriar Ave., Nashville, Tenn. McDowell, Mildred 74 1318 Sweetbriar Ave., Nashville, Tenn. McKenzie, Don H Drake Motel. Nashville, Tenn, McNeely, Mary Ruth 80 P.O. Box 461, Immokales. Fla. McNeil, Wynona Kay 35 Kt. I, Box 639. Theodore, Ala. Mi Whorter, Harold James 80 42 Johns St., St. Augustine, Fla. Magnusson, Judy 42 Green Bay, Va. Mahoney, Shirley 63 1609 Charter St., New Albany. End. Mann, Walter C 74 General Delivery. Bushnel, Fla. Matlock, Charles J 35 R.K.I). 1, Lenoir City. Tenn. Matlock, Julia 35 R.F.D. I, Lenoir City, Tenn. Meeks, Herman A 35 8676 Lem Turner Rd.. Jacksonville 8, Fla. Meeks, Jack 35 2968 S.W. 24 Terrace, Miami, Fla. Mercer, Molly Ruth 12 P.O. Box 82. Haltiesburg. Mis-. Metzger, Catherine Sue 64% Lester Ave., Nashville. Tenn. Miller, Roy 63 Barrett, West Va. Miller, Wanda Lee 50 Barrett, West Va. MlNGLEDORFK, EDITH 42 2109 Boulevard St.. Greensboro, N.C. Minix, Marline 63 Rt. 4, Fitzgerald, Ga. Mitchell, Jeannette 80 21 S. Washington, Sumter, S.C. Mitchell, Robert S 42 501 Lester, Nashville, Tenn. Moody, Jeanette 42 536 Lovett, Birmingham. Ala. Moore, Donna Faye 76 70 Hart St., Nashville. Tenn. Moore, Tommy 74 13 Lancaster St., Bristol. a. Morris, Jim 1029 Finley Rd.. Rock Hill, S.C. Morrison, Mary Elizabeth 35 1478 Wolf Ridge Dr., Mobile, Ala. Morse, J. W 513 Lester Ave., Nashville. Tenn. Moses, Joe 42 119 Broad St., Salem. Va. Munshower, Virginia Box 79. Josephine, Pa. Murphy, Nancy Louise 35 717 Hartsville Rd.. Lebanon. Tenn. Murray, Lorraine 35 Rt. 3, Box 578, Jacksonville, Fla. Myers, Robert F Carmi. 111. Nash, Gloria 76 10160 111 Ter., N.. St. Petersburg, Fla. Neal, Peggy Jo 51 Rt. 4, Box 308, Rock Hill. S.C. Nelson, Emma Lee 43 1816 Brown Ave., Panama City, Fla. Nelson, Mariellyn 35 1560 S. Myrtle, Clearwater, Fla. Nelson, Mary Evelyn 64 Rt. 1, Box 8, Dover, Tenn. Nichols, William A 43 Box 602. I niontovin, Ala. Nonius, Martha Jo 80 Rt. 1, Powder Springs, Ga. Oakes, Charlene Yvonne 43 230 Clearview Dr., Clarksville, Tenn. Parker, Lyle 203 Jackson Ave.. Carthage, Tenn. Parsons, Annice 35 181 E. Stevans, Cookeville, Tenn. Patrick, S. Gail 36 313 Virginia Ave., Florence, Ala. Peach, Bonnie 142 1502 Rosebank, Nashville, Tenn. Pearson, Bess 43 409 Jamison St., Houston, Miss. Pearson, Curtiss S 36 1416 Wells Ave., S.E., Huntsville. Ala. Pearson, Mildred 64 409 Jamison St., Houston, Miss. Pierce, Linda Ruth 36 505 Columbia, Danville, 111. Phillips, Jack 64 3503 13th Ave., Chattanooga. Tenn. Phipps, Bill Rayvon Arapahoe, N.C. Phipps, Samuel David 43 431% West 6th St.. Huntington, West Va. Pickett, Lillian 43 2003 Hutton Dr., Nashville. Tenn. Pierce, Paul Wesley 65 Rt. 2. Box 65, Clinchport, Va. Pitzer, Donald Eugene 36 407 Williams Ave., Madison. Tenn. Poole, Wendell 43 3110 Idlewood Ave.. Youngstown, Ohio Porter, Curtis Leslie 65 1223 W. Koley Ave., Orlando. Fla. Preece, Bertha Louise 36 Box 122, Inez, Ky. Provance, Esther 36 Box 1 1. Follansbee, West Va. Purcell, Sarah 74 Rt. 3, Batarua, Ohio Putnam, Bill 36 185 Jewett St.. Lowell, Mass. Putnam, Glenda 51 933 Gilbert St., Atlanta, Ga. Quick, Edmund Mitchell 36 Rt. 1. Box 214, Bennettsville, S.C. Ralph, Barbara Jean 51 66 Hart St.. Nashville, Tenn. Raney, Wendell 2813 North 41, Vincennes, Ind. Rankin, Ernest 36 Rt. 1. Pleasantville. Iowa Rarer, Noah Doyle, Tenn. Rasche, Charles 1331 Portview Dr., Nashville, Tenn. Reid, Robert L 65 2261 Gulf To Ray. Clearwater. Fla. Reid, Thomas 43 Brucetown, Va. Reynolds, Gene 66 4100 Windenere Rd., Columbia, S.C. Rhodes, Cecil E 36 723 Pfianze St., Maryville, Tenn. Rhodes, William C 36 Rt. 4. Queensboro, Ky. Richardson, Carol 76 78 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. Richardson, Mary Beth 36 78 Nance Lane. Nashville. Tenn. Richardson, Victor 76 78 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. Riffle, Judy 36 Rt. 4. Box 340, Parkersburg, West Va. Riley, Phillip 66 376 W. Pine, Canton. 111. 153 Ritchie, Glenita 36 615 Walnut St.. Elizabethton, Tenn. Ritchie, Larry 36 2351 Concord, Cincinnati, Ohio Robertson, Harold Wayne 76 86 Hart St., Nashville. Tenn. Robins, Bula G 51 Box 412, Liberty, Ky. Bobbins, Melba Jean 43 Bt. 3. Decatur, Ala. Bobbins, Olca Fa ye 76 1011 4th St., Palmetto, Fla. Bobertson, Everett C 43 212 Donelson Pike. Nashville. Tenn. Robinson, Charlotte 51 2416 E. Center St., Kingsport, Tenn. Boody, William Hayes 36 104 Monroe St., Glasgow, Ky. Rogers, David Le Joy 36 Tullahoma, Tenn. BocEits, Junetta Elaine 36 Bt. 2. Butler. Mo. Boor, Russell Edwin 36 Holmes Ave., Somerset, Ky. Rouse, Herman 2623 Virginia, St. Louis, Mo. Rowan, Tommy 43 1217 S. Maehua St., Lake City, Fla. Budd, Joyce 36 52 Lakeshore Dr.. Old Hickory, Tenn. Ruschel, Albert P., Jr 36 Pemeroy, Ohio Rushing, Nancy 36 2205 Bluefield Ave.. Bluefield, West Va. Russum, Robert 43 2640y 2 Bailey Ave., Jackson, Miss. Sark, Phyllis 43 South Point. Ohio Savage, Mary 36 Bt. 1, Quebec, Tenn. Savage, Ray 66 Rt. 1. Quebec, Tenn. ScHHOI ' E, Mollie 76 92 Nance Lane, Nashville. Tenn. Scott, Doris 67 Oak Hill. West Va. Scott, Dwight A 67 Rt. 1. Box 126, Floyd, Va. Schulz, Larry 67 3900 S. 19th St., Arlington, Va. Senn, Hilda 43 1020 S. 9th St., Lanett, Ala. Shannon, Ruth 51 Sistersville, West Va. Sharpton, Delores 43 Bt. 1, Logan, Ala. Sharpton, Geraldine 36 Bi. 1, Logan, Ala. Sharpton, Mary Buth 80 Bt. 1, Logan, Ala. Shaw, Frances 51 Rt. 3, Thomaston, Ga. Shaw, Joyce L 36 Bt. 1, Box 59A, White Springs, Fla. Sheridan, Nancy 68 Rt. 3, Rising Fawn, Ga. Shields, Dorothy M 51 BB. Box 463, Terre Haute, Ind. Shirley, Wendell L 36 4th Ave., North West, Decatur, Ala. Shomo, Miriam Bowland 36 408 Veritas St., Nashville. Tenn. Shomo, Philip 68 408 Veritus St., Nashville, Tenn. Silvernail, Keith 36 Bt. 2, Vicksburg, Mich. Simms, Jesse 36 Star Route, Waynesburg, Ky. Sisson, James Edward 36 Rt. 2, Box 331, Princeton, West Va. Six, Buth Evelyn 43 Rt. 2 Congo, New Cumberland, W. Va. Sjoblom, Charles 74 Lake Mary, Fla. Skates, Anita 36 324 Green Drive, Springfield, Ohio Slay, Bufus 76 Louise Drive, Nashville, Tenn. Slay, Troy Lee 52 P.O. Box 314, McComb, Miss. Smith, Betty Sue 37 Box 321, Monterey, Tenn. Smith, Carl Owen 43 208 E. Morton Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Smith, Dolly 52 1247 Dorris St., High Point, N.C. Smith, Bob Edward 221 W. Tuscaloosa St., Florence, Ala. Smith, Donald David 52 Box 1070, Elkins, W. Va. Smith, Donnie 68 Mayfield, Ky. Smith, Hugh 37 P.O. Box 40, Cookeville, Tenn. Smithson, Elzie Smithville, Tenn. Sowder, Eddy 74 217 Byrd St., Covington, Ky. Spalding, Tom 69 2221 Foster Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Spear, Gerald 37 410 Sixth St., Lawrencehurg. Tenn. Spsar, Buby 52 HO Sixth St., Lawrencehurg, Tenn. Spencer, Glaphre 37 1885 Loney Dr., Nashville, Tenn. Sprowls, Earl :■ 2.1.11 Vondra St., Homestead, Pa. Spruill, Arnold 37 85 Lester, Nashville, Tenn. Spruill, Carl Dean .• 74 Paris Ave., Nashville. Tenn. Spruill, James, 37 74 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Stacgs, Jimmy Bay 52 68 Hart St., Nashville, Tenn. Stagcs, Henry 76 68 Hart St., Nashville, Tenn. Staley, James Thomas 43 175 4th St., Fondulac, Wis. Stephens, Richard 43 228 Cypress Rd., Portsmouth, Va. Stewart, Ellen Faye 52 1005 W. Douglas, Nashville, Tenn. Stiles, Edward 37 67 Montgomery Ave., Waynesburg, Pa. Still, Mary Jane 37 609 Arch St., Kingsport, Tenn. Stocks, Jimmy 37 816 Old Talk Rd., Sylacauga, Ala. Stogner, Roberta 69 Bt. 2. Box 27, Norwood. N.C. Stokey, Stanley 43 350 64th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. Stucki, Elizabeth 69 891 Brandon Ave., Jackson, Miss. Stucki, Marilyn 44 750 Shannon, Mobile, Ala. Sturgell, O ' Hara Trailer Court, T.N.C., Nashville, Tenn. SlIBLETT, HESSIE Decherd, Tenn. Sumners, Barbara Ann 37 712 N. Broadway, Sylacauga, Ala. Sweeney, Doris 37 Bt. 9, Box 252, Boanoke, Va. Swink, Mary Ann 77 Bt. 7, Crawfordsville. Ind. Tabers. Gerald K 37 1101 Vine, Murray, Ky. Taylor, Betty 37 Bt. 3, Gainesville, Ca. Taylor, John Wesley 44 Rt. 1, Morrisdale, Pa. Taylor, Linda Lou 44 Bt. 1, Lawrencehurg, Tenn. Terranova, Jim 77 1620 Holly St., Nashville, Tenn. 154 Therber, Franklin 76 2508 4th Ave., S., Nashville, Tenn. Thomas, Leon 37 503 Barclay St.. Belpie, Ohio Thomas, Mary 37 1195 Galtin Dr.. Nashville, Team. Thomas, Marquite 37 P.O. Box 126, Elkin, N.C. Thomas, William E 52 Rt. I, 131. Rhodesdale. Md. Thompson, Dallas Richard 44 2009 E. 12th St., Chattanooga, Tenn. Thompson, Melvin L 507 Clayton. Sikeston. Mo. Tripp, Mrs. Edna Max 74 11111 Florida Ave., Tampa. Fla. Turner, Rita 44 201 Bryan St., Rossville, Ga. Turner, Robert 44 9041 LOtfa Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. Turney, Joy 37 151 Bethel KM.. Harwell, Ala. Ulm, Nada 52 Rt. I, Lithia, Fla. Vauchan, Charles 76 54 Paris Ave.. Nashville, Tenn. Vaughn, Ida Lee 44 502 Yale, Cleveland, Miss. Wallwork, Shirley 1800 Scott Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Walters, Benjamin 37 606 Dupree St., Garner, N.C. Walton, William 80 1017 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Ward, Frank 110 Might, Shelbyville, Tenn. Ward, Fred Dean 37 110 Hight St., Shelbyville. Tenn. Watkins, Mary 44 816 N. Wabash Ave., Lakeland. Fla. Webb, Mary Tom 44 1719 E. N. Lamhright. Tampa. Fla. Welch, Melvin 44 3972 Christopher St., Charleston, S.C. Wells, Cecil, Jr 44 112 Turner Ave.. Lancaster, Ky. Wells, Lois Jean 115 Highland Ave.. Lancaster, Ky. West, Eddie Dean 37 Swan. Iowa White, Lynn P.O. Box 1074, Clute, Texas White, Walter 44 Orient, Ohio Willi tington, Edward 70 Rt. 6. Box 252-D, Charleston, West a. Wilcox, Floris Joy 44 Rt. 2, Grayson, Ky. Wiley, Carolyn 44 Winchester Ave.. M iddlesboro. Ky. Wiliams. Arthur W 70 2618 So. St.. Jacksonville, Fla. Williams, Barbara 37 328 Cavalier Blvd.. Portsmouth, Va. Williams, Debuy 44 1445 Boxwood St.. Memphis, Tenn. Williams. Dewey Jo 70 Box 287. Holt. Ala. Williams, Gilbert 80 Jackson. Miss. Willis, Jeanette 53 1118 Louisville Rd.. G Ilettsville. Tenn. Wofkord, Dave 71 365 Virginia, Columbia, S.C. Wood. Alfred B 44 Rt. 3, Box 39, Winnsboro, S.C. Woodard. Joyce 44 944 Ott Street. Orangeburg. S.C. Woods, Gerald 44 Rt. 1. Box 690. Birmingham. Ala. Woods, Paulette Barnes 37 Box 3, Chicopee, Ga. Woods, Juanita 1 101 Harwood Dr., Nashville, Tenn. Woods, Richard 76 1117 Chuyach Dr., Spenard, Alaska Woodward, Joyce 53 £108 Cadillac, Warren, Mich. WOOTEN, B ' lLLY JOE 80 RR. 5, Spartanburg, S.C. Wyatt, Dorris Powell 71 1011 Crossland Ave., Clarksville, Tenn. Young, Sylvia 44 1052 Houston. Mobile. Ala. Young, Patricia Losey 71 1210 Pond St.. Burlington, [owa Younc, William H 44 Rt. 1. Finger, Tenn. 155 from " THE HEART of DIXIE " THE ALABAMA DISTRICT SALUTES TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE AND SUPPORTS WITH: STUDENTS FINANCE PRAYER L S. OLIVER District Superintendent Cjreetinai to Jrevecca and ( onarat illation 5 to the Calais o 1959 EASTERN KENTUCKY DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE DEPARTMENTAL LEADERS Reading from left to right First Row MRS. D. S. SOMERVILLE District N.F.M.S. President REV. D. S. SOMERVILLE District Superintendenr Second Row REV. A. O. LITTLE Chairman, Church School Board REV. O. L. STONE District N.Y.P.S. President DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD REV. A. O. LITTLE MR. LAWRENCE WILEY REV. O. L. STONE MR. E. H. (BOB) STEENBERGEN We Provide Students for and Use Students of T. N. C. EAST TENNESSEE DISTRICT WITH 80 CHURCHES SUPPORTING TREVECCA WE ARE PRAYING FOR AND SUPPORTING TREVECCA cjCet 5 prepare A Greater Tomorrow Through Greater Trevecca Nazarene College JOHN L. KNIGHT, D.D. JOHN L KNIGHT, D.D. Superintendent, Florida District CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE GEORGIA DISTRICT C onara tu la L ion6 COLLEGE TRUSTEES MACK ANDERSON H. J. EASON BRUCE B. HAL L SAM KNOX to tlte CLss of 1959 DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD J. F. CHILTON BRUCE B. HALL H. J. EASON L E. MARTIN REV. MACK ANDERSON District Superintendent DISTRICT OFFICERS DOYLE SMITH Secretary BRUCE B. HALL Treasurer JACK DELL N.Y.P.S. President MRS. MACK ANDERSON N.F.M.S. President WENDELL WELLMAN Chairman Church Schools DISTRICT ACTIVITIES Boys and Girls Camp June 22-26 Youth Institute June 29-July 3 Campmeeting . July 25-Aug. 2 District Assembly September 9-I0 THE KENTUCKY DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 59 District Advisory Board REV. DENNIS E. WYRICK REV. OREN D. THRASHER MR. CLARENCE WILEY MR. KENNETH RICE District Secretary REV. SAM R. BROWN District Treasurer REV. OREN D. THRASHER REV. D. D. LEWIS District Superintendent District Chairman of Church School Board REV. HADLEY HALL District N.F.M.S. President MRS. HUGH CLARK District N.Y.P.S. President REV. COOLIDGE GRANT COLLEGE TRUSTEES REV. D. D. LEWIS REV. DENNIS E. WYRICK REV. OLIVER C. HUFF The Kentucky District Appreciates Trevecca Nazarene College, its Faculty and its President, Dr. A. B. Mackey MISSISSIPPI DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ADVISORY BOARD r O. W. MORRIS ' j TREVECCA 1 TRUSTEES OTTO STUCKI, D.D. District Superintendent DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS AND STAFF DR. HARDY C. POWERS . General Superintendent PAUL BLACKMON District Secretary HALBERT JENKINS District Treasurer MRS. B. W. DOWNING N.F.M.S. President MICKEY G. SMITH N.Y.P.S. President G. LEWIS PENNINGTON. .. . Junior Director M. L. TURNEY Church Schools Chairman A. C. MADISON Managing Editor, Mississippi Nazarene NORTH CAROLINA DISTRICT GROWING with new churches . . . with untapped opportunities . . . within each district department . . . Salutes Trevecca Nazarene College GROWING with high-level students . . . with expanding facilities . . . with academic fitness . . . And Congratulates the Class of ' 59 REV. LLOYD B. BYRON, D.D. District Superintendent REV. C. W. LINDEMAN Church Schools Chairman REV. JAMES H. INGALLS N. Y. P. S. President MRS. LLOYD B. BYRON N. F. M. S President LLOYD B. BYRON, D.D. SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE TREVECCA TRUSTEES BEN F. MAR LI N E. N. GU NITER W. BOYD WELCH DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD L. L. JENKINS C. M. KNIGHT V. V. SH U M PERT W. H. THOMPSON BEN F. MARLIN District Superintendent DISTRICT OFFICERS JACK M. MYERS Secretary JAMES D. TAYLOR N.Y.P.S. President MRS. BEN F. MARLIN : N.F.M.S. President C. HARRY HUFF Chairman Church Schools DISTRICT CAMPS FOR 1959 District Camp Ground Batesburg, South Carolina District Youth Rally and Teen-O-Rama June 28 District N.Y.P.S. Convention June 29 District Camp Meeting June 29, 7:30 through July 5 Singers and Musicians Evangelist Evangelist Rev. G. W. Doris Abersold, Rev. J. C. Crabtree, Rev. Earnest Armstrong Boys Camp July 13-17 Girls Camp July 20-24 Youth Camp Institute July 27-31 TENNESSEE DISTRICT C. E. SHUMAKE, Dist. Supt. ADVISORY BOARD REV. J. E. BECKUM REV. M. E. REDFORD JOHN T. BENSON, JR. W. B. WALBERT — $ Cj rowing, l idtrict utiu Supports .J (growing School REV. C. T. DUCKETT . MR. JAMES PATE . . REV. PAUL McGRADY REV. JOHN KNIGHT MRS. GEORGE SCUTT DISTRICT OFFICERS Secretary Treasurer H. Church School Board Dlst. N.Y.P.S. President Dist. N.F.M.S. President Sincere Congratulations to the Class of 1959 ( ongratii[ation5 j t rom VIRGINIA DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE DISTRICT OFFICERS G. M. GRAHAM District Secretary E. G. LUSK District Treasurer MRS. V. W. LITTRELL N. F. M. S. President D. E. RADCLIFFE N. Y. P. S. President W. O. HOLLOWAY Chairman Church School Board WEST VIRGINIA DISTRICT HURCH OF THE NAZAREN HARVEY H. HENDERSHOT District Superintendent " The Largest District In The Southeastern Educational Zone Supports Trevecca Faithfully. " TREVECCA LORIDA N. Y. P. THOMAS REAM, President BILL ANDERSON, Vice-President EUGENE WILLIAMS, Secretary WILLIAM CHAMBERS, Treasurer HENRY COOPER, Teen Age Supervisor DON KNIGHT and LARRY MOORE, Council Members at Large COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE REV. CLAUDE W. GALLOWAY Pastor Sunday School Supt. N.Y.P.S. President LLOYD GRIFFiN ASA SPARKS N.F.M.S. President MRS. V. N. RICHARDSON A Vital Concern for Every Interest of TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE First Church Of The Nazarene MAIN AT WILLOW STS. CHATTANOOGA STAFF DR. SAMUEL YOUNG .... General Superintendent REV. VICTOR E. GRAY District Superintendent DR. LAWRENCE B. HICKS Pastor MR. HERSHEL IRWIN Minister of Music MR. J.W.IRWIN Associate Minister of Music MRS. CLYDE IRWIN Office Director DEPARTMENTS MR. WAYNE SMITH MR. CECIL QUINN MRS. DALE BROWN. N.Y.P.S. President Sunday School Superintendent N.F.M.S. President SERVICES SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. E.S.T. MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. E.S.T. RADIO — WDOD. .. . 1:00 P.M. E.S.T. YOUTH HOUR 6:00 P.M. E.S.T. ' ONE NIGHT REVIVAL " 7:30 P.M. E.S.T. BIBLE STUDY HOUR 7.30 P.M. Thursday ALWAYS BOOSTING T.N.C. WITH PRAYER, STUDENTS AND MONEY Compliments of NAZARENE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 1700 East Myer Boulevard KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI LEWIS T. CORLETT, President MENDELL TAYLOR, Dean REV. GEORGE SCUTT Minister GRACE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 2518 Gallatin Rd. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE A church that supports Trevecca with Prayer, Money and Students. MORRIS PEEPLES Sunday School Supt. " A Warm Welcome Awaits Students and Faculty at our Services " FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Sixth and Scott Streets COVINGTON, KENTUCKY Student at T.N.C. LEON G. COOK GENE COOK p st ° r Res. 2603 Greenup DEPARTMENT HEADS BECKHAM SHIELDS S. S. Supt. MRS. LEON G. COOK N.F.M.S. President BILL TALIAFERRO N.Y.P.S. President MRS. REUBEN Z. OSBURY Junior Director C om i j lim ents FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Park Avenue at Grant Street CHARLESTON, W. VA. J. C. WALLACE Minister FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Kentucky Walnut Sts.— South Charleston, W. Va. REV. C. GLENN BOWLING Pastor FRANK S. KINDER S.S. Superintendent MARGARET LEWIS Missionary President RUTH KINDER NYPS President MARTHA SLATER Junior Supervisor MARGARET BAILEY Pal-Teen Director EDWARD YOUNG Church Secretary CECIL COX Church Treasurer Boosters for T.N.C. TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE HOLDS A DEAR PLACE IN OUR HEARTS AT ROANOKE, VA. FIRST CHURCH RALPH EDITH SCHURMAN Pastor RAYMOND CARR Sunday School Superintendent MRS. PATSY BALL N.Y.P.S. President MRS. G. L. CRONISE N.F.M.S. President DR. WILLIAM GREATHOUSE Pastor FIRST CHURCH OF THE N AZARENE 510 WOODLAND ST. NASHVILLE, TENN. HEAR FIRST CHURCH ON THE RADIO W. L A. C. SUNDAYS 8:00 TO 8:30 THE N. Y. P. S. OF FIRST CHURCH— NASHVILLE, TENN. EXTENDS A WARM WELCOME TO ALL STUDENTS SERVICES EACH SUNDAY AT 6:00 P.M. AN AGE GROUP FOR EVERYONE WISE MEMORIAL BIBLE CLASS FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE NASHVILLE, TENN. 510 WOODLAND STREET J. L. BOWERS, President REV. DWIGHT PRESSON, Teacher Sunday School 9:30 A.M. C omplimentd lyji our NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE KANSAS CITY, MO. Spreading Scriptural Holiness by the Printed Page CENTRAL CHURCH o F the NAZARENE 420 N.W. 40th St. MIAMI, FLORIDA Stands Firmly with TREVECCA In the Cause of CHRISTIAN EDUCATION D. W. THAXTON. R. A. KLEPPINGER Pastor HOWARD MARKS S. S. Supt. MRS. EVA RObY. N.V.P.S. Pres. N.F.M.S. Pres. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Congratulation o m to e o the h class h u r c h of f REV. WILLIAM O. BLUE Minister fifty-nine a i t h EAST RIDGE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE SOUTH HWY. 41— CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE HAROLD M. LINER ... Pastor " Our appreciation of T.N.C. is expressed by our continued support by means of prayers, fi- nances, and students. " C on g ra tu (a tiond to the C ictM 1959 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1 9th St. at Percy Avenue PARKERSBURG, W. VA. JOHN W. MAY Minister FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 638 Pennsylvania Ave., P.O. Box 374 OAK RIDGE, TENNESSEE ' A Friendly Church With the Full Gospel " R. B. PORTER, Pastor NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I20I Pegram Street CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA BYRON E. LeJEUNE Pastor H. J. CROASMAN S. S. Supt. MRS. GEORGE BLACKWELL N.Y.P.S. Pres. MRS. B. E. LeJEUNE N.F.M.S. Pres. " We Are Backing Trevecca " HOWARD W. HILL THE CHURCH WITH A HEART IN THE HEART OF BIRMINGHAM IN- VITES YOU TO WORSHIP WITH THEM. FIRST Church Of The Nazarene Titusville, Florida JOHN H. CHAMBERS Pastor Congratulations, Class of ' 58 from N.Y.P.S. at FORREST HILL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Pinetree Road and Clayton Street REV. S. R. THOMPSON Pastor MR. LEE H. KIMMONS S.S. Supt. MR. C. M. TAYLOR N.Y.P.S. Pres. MARTIN ' S RESTAURANT We Support Trevecca 610 Murfreesboro Rd. CHURCH of the NAZARENE MAYFIELD, KENTUCKY " Good Food Served T. E. JONES, Pastor Economically " FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 641 Guava Avenue EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA EARL D. HYATT, Minister FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 704 South Parkway East MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE J. E. BECKUM, Pastor " A Friendly Church Where You Are Never A Stranger " When In Memphis, Worship With Us Best Wishes From CENTRAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Adams Ave. at West 1 Ith St. HUNTINGDON, W. VA. JOHN J. HANCOCK Pastor JOHN F. PHIPPS S. S. Supt. LUCILLE STALNAKER N.F.M.S. Pres. JOYCE CHINN N.Y.P.S. Pres. A spiritual lighthouse with a warm welcome BELLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Ninth Riverview Drive BELLE, WEST VIRGINIA REV. JOHN LAWWILL, JR. Minister Boosting Trevecca with Students, Finances, Prayers C on a ra tulat ion i TO THE Senior ( ia55 59 FROM THE SENIOR CLASS OF ' 60 C on gratulat iond 59 from the SOPHOMORE CLASS INGLEWOOD CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Gallatin Road and Sunnymeade Drive NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 59 PAUL McSRADY, Pastor C on ratuiationSy J. f . C ., (Alette 59 pom FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Oak and Davies Streets LUDLOW, KENTUCKY ARTHUR O. LITTLE, Pastor CHURCH OFFICERS WILLIAM K. LYNCH Sunday School Superintendent MRS. O. S. PERRINE N.F.M.S. President HENRY JONES . . . N.Y.P.S. President O. S. PERRINE Church Secretary WESLEY PHELPS Church Treasurer " Forward with Our College, Trevecca! " ourd BOB GRANNIS " Nashville ' s Largest Photographer " GREETINGS FROM " AMERICA ' S LARGEST RURAL CHURCH ' DAVIS CREEK CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CHARLESTON, W. VA. DALLAS BAGGETT Pastor CHARLES MORTON S. S. Supt. MILDRED JOHNSON N.F.M.S. Pres. ALFRED ATKINSON N.Y.P.S. Pres. GREER ' S RESTAURANT One of Many Good Places to Eat INTOXICATING BEVERAGES PROHIBITED 407 MURFREESBORO ROAD Adjacent To MERCURY COURT 41 I MURFREESBORO ROAD • Free T. V. " Nashville ' s Newest and Finest " Swimming Pool Room Phones Dial AL 5-0658 for Reservation Wading Pool COMPLIMENTS OF DOC WALLACE TRAILER SALES 3 I I Murfreesboro Rd. CH 2-3138 " We Have A Trailer Home Just for You. " COUSER ' S RESTAURANT 391 Murfreesboro Rd. Open 6:00 A.M. To I :00 A.M. DELICIOUS FOOD COMPLIMENTS OF Murfreesboro Rd. Car Wash 359 Murfreesboro Rd. CH 2-4675 WAXING POLISHING HARRIS SMITH CLELL SMITH DODGE CLEANERS 350 MURFREESBORO RD. and 1912 BROADWAY Shirt Service Plastic Wrapped Exclusive STA-RITE Process Restores Body and That NEW LOOK IMMANUEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 3315 Charlotte Avenue J. H. DEAL, Pastor THOMPSON LANE FIRE DEPT., INC 311 E. Thompson Lane Fire Calls AL 6-5722 Calls Other Than Fire Calls CH 2-1376 24 Hour Fire and Emergency Service L - XI 1 D 1 Chief Jack burke LESTER ' S PHARMACY FIR T CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Thompson Lane Corner of Greensboro Ave. and 15th St. TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE REV. PAUL R. HOLT, Minister COMPLIMENTS Congratulations To The Class of ' 59 OF CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE CALVARY SPRINGFIELD, TENNESSEE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE REV. K. B. SLIFER, Pastor MEMPHIS, TENN. ATLANTA FIRST CHURCH supports TREVECCA • WITH OUR PRAYERS • WITH OUR MONEY • WITH OUR YOUNG PEOPLE 2400 S.W. 32nd Ave.— Miami 34, Fla. Phone Nl 3-7117 CALVARY Church Of The Nazarene Congratulates the CLASS OF ' 58 Visit Us When in Miami; LOREN E. SCHAFFER, Minister 3330 S.W. 25th Street Phone HI 6-9062 " Proclaiming full salvation in Tropical America " SERMON The Gospel in ★ SONG ART EVANGELIST CLYDE B. RODGERS 505 Lester Avenue Nashville, Tennessee REV. HUGH SLATER Evangelist P.O. Box 527— Kansas City 41 , Mo. Boosting Trevecca and Preaching Christ Member Georgia District FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 849 Bryan Ave. Lexington, Ky. Phone 2-6989 T. T. MAY, Pastor (At your Call for Counsel and Prayer) Phone 5-3423 Sunday Services: 9:30 A.M. — We Study God ' s Word 10:30 A.M.— We Worship Him 6:54 P.M.— Young Folks Worship Him 7:30 P.M. — Evangelistic Services — We Urge Others to Worship Him Weds. 7:30 P.M. — Prayer Praise Service Sun. 6:15 P.M.— WLEX Radio ' Our Prayers Are For With You — Trevecca " Faculty and Fellow Students: As we come to the close of our college careers and prepare to venture out into a new realm of life, we are met with a challenging paradox. Naturally, we are sad at the thoughts of leaving the friends we have grown to love and appreciate, but we are also happy that the time of completion is at hand and that a life of opportunity lies before us. We have been privileged to gain our educa tion at Trevecca. Under a godly faculty and with wonderful spirit filled classmates we are convinced that our education has been sec- ond to none. It is our prayer and ambition to be worthy alumni of Trevecca Nazarene College. LARRY SCHULZ ED COUEY FREDA JOHNSON . . . TOBY WILLIAMS .... KATHY HEMMERLY . . . JOYCE LEWIS PROF. WILLIAM HOWICK of A FRIEND President . . . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Student Council Rep. Sponser (Compliments o THE FRESHMAN CLASS WENDELL SHIRLEY President GENE COOK Vice-President JOE TURNEY Secretary DWAYNE LITTLE Treasurer BARBARA SUMNERS Reporter HUGH SMITH Student Council Representative PROFESSOR LEON CHAMBERS .Sponsor " Trevecca ' s Class of Tomorrow " Serving the South THE STUDENT COUNCIL Irevecca nazarene COLLEGE DONNIE SMITH President KEMP HIGGENBOTHAM Secretary DR. ADAMS Sponsor JOYCE LEWIS JEANETTE WILLIS CAROLYN WILEY HUGH SMITH GARY JONES BRENDA GOFF HELEN BURCH JANEY LITTLE WENDELL POOLE REX HOUSTON LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP ACTIVITIES AIR CONDITIONED ELECTRIC HEAT FREE TV TELEPHONE IN EVERY ROOM DRAKE MOTEL 420 MURFREESBORO RD. AL 6-8177 75 UNITS 3 GRADE A RESTAURANTS NEARBY FROM THE N. Y. P. S. COLUMBIA FIRST CHURCH 401 CATAWBA AVENUE, COLUMBIA, S. C. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 59 When In Columbia We Welcome You J. HARLESTON EADES A. Memorable Year • Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty oi Trevecca Nazarene College upon the completion of another out- standing year of accomplishment. • The Staff of your annual has worked exceedingly hard to give you a superb book that portrays the highlights of memo- rable activities. To preserve this excellent literary and photographic record, the best grades of material have been combined with skilled workmanship to provide the finest quality yearbook. • We are very proud that the 1959 Staff selected us to design, print and bind the Darda. We have earnestly endeavored to fulfill the confidence placed in us. BENSON PRINTING COMPANY (Complete d ooL Vjanu acturin NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE

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