Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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' MV AV XX " ww-gi ' E XX - sig Q' Vu V ' ' ,aw ' Xgfggffgw W"W",V V Mg " ' 'E V V VVV ' V V' ,isa '- ij: ken ' 1 X XX X V11 ,V V 1' X Xif2.'?X.V,X ggffmg VV, VVXQJV X VV V ' VV V VV" ' -' X- ,X V L VV VV X ' ,, SM 2 VV, 5 as VV. , V :H ,LW , Ax V' 313456 mv 3' 4- V 'sa X E E ,, -'ni4"Vw'V ' V im. XV, XX V i 2 was fwgin -mmm College days: the busiest and shortest of all days. Events roll swiftly from convocation to commencement. These days are testing days. Here is the great proving ground xt! la Some say the plain we now see is but a speck in eternity, Our lives like leaves of grass that spread across the land. God has sown each blade to sprout and each to fade Tell why, 0 Mighty Sowing Hand, thou givest Bestowing it to our transient root and span. No shoot can stand in a no-man's land, Where no leaf of grass rises above the shifting s nd. Yea, by my will and the Keeper's hoe, With wisdom and nurture I will grow In this barren land and show My God Supreme to withering man. Feel the swish of southern grasses, See the mementos of events: your finest. G05 shelter the worl , 0 o .'o ' ' " Q',. 0 o 00 0' O 3 -' -J-Q M if , ails' gm Ly 'lam MiaYx,M?Qm ECAUSE your lives are examples of Chris- tian conductg s ECAUSE your teaching combines scholar- ship, tireless energy and deep interest in your studentsg ECAUSE your evangelistic zeal inspires us all to a deeper consciousness of the worth of a soulg ECAUSE you have an undying love for Trevecca Nazarene Collegeg We gratefully dedicate the 1963 DARDA to you .......... DR. AND MRS. LEON CHAMBERS 5 N115 ,,. ww ,Q Inq- mm Wiiwmwg fx' ' ' nh. ' - ' . ' ' -Q 'E ff'+f'f'?' f" ' ' '?"w1- "Inf ili" 9lr:b ' f' . 'Auf 2 - -, ' -.- ' i V ..-3l7"?Lz'+!i'g5ll . N ,- 14 'Im Q - ,I A . . M 3 "r'f13" '1 . .A Administration Building ,621 , Gibbs Hall Throw I9 tloeye in search r"xR . " -'N , , l' , 4 . ."kf.'1 le.-l 1 2, ,J lag., , 'f maui -1 -13 , , . w w' K ', , 1 3'i'fw'L1l,g52'.x ,r - . - , , 4 , ' . M . -1 -5 ffsf, 'J' - ,' Ng - - ii. - I f V ' ,?.i 5'M4W4,!-E' wx wiE9iP3'l 'Se ,. 4- - 4 . 'Il .. . . ' 4 J" V' liixialfilxv ,.a., 3 A ...,.. ,. ,, vo m . f, . . in V ,QM LH,,,f .:g5 'n ig h ' iz 'tu?:rgf.vrf+.,+-My an 'f' ' 'r ' 1 M -.V- V -1' mwraf +1113 Q , uLi"x'y.L-.44-3:4-4',' 4. " Tidwell Hall x 1 V, , xl: 1 , , W J . yy 'N , , , l l fr ,, 1 ,,,, 6 HN 1 iff., Y - Z., " 5 f, 7:55 rvfv. 37,-,.,,,, V-Y . LJ . ,W V f - -fgff fs in PA balls we Pom of lenowled e Hardy Hall Fine Arts Building Presid1ent's Home The Result of Dilzgent Efforts- A Growing Campus ' ' Z N .FI X I I' ., I r , Em 11 "G+,-, Smlrh Hall McClu1-kan Memorial Bunldmg Mackey Library 11---1 -? e Cafeteria ' McKay Hall Future Women's Dormitory .A V1 i RX K E 9 Q- ,, ,Lf f 5 1 .f YI , ' ,-,H:1f.',Qi.3. U f i1'fvf' " R .lvsigljs-"-2-.,"' ss I +-' :" 'mf 'Q '. . , X nd v' 1, HEEL-GLX ' ' 9 -uv V y.. Oahu-lim X, Student Life Graduation in 1962 was a memorable occasion. Dr. S. T. Ludwig, Executive Secretary of the Department of Religion, was the commencement speaker. Fifty Seniors were presented with diplomas, and Dr. Harvey H. Hendershot received an honorary degree. The newly completed Mackey Library was dedicated to our President, Dr. A. B. Mackey, in a ceremony immediately following commencement exercises on the lawn of the new library. ..1MNe If " l Y H. Memorzhr From the Spring of '62 Dale Melton and Carolyn Moore Estep led the graduation procession as Junior Marshals. This honor is shared each year by the man and woman who have attained the high- est scholastic average in the Junior class. RE " l A night to remember! anim'-rfenior Banquet The Junior-Senior Banquet was held in the Com- modore Room of the Andrew Jackson Hotel on May 26. Magnolia centerpieces carried out the theme "Southern Dreamland." Ed Allred and Bobbye McClesky Neidra entertained with southern songs. 'Southern Dreamlanaw lYIf,f'J'7' S i li. ' ' I r F 1, A i H - a- H , 5 y, e 3 l WV LQ , ' mr. 52, " " it '54, 2fH"E ' , I an N Dignitaries share banquet and the fragrance of magnolia blossoms hd' w ,V V ' Er' z e .,.. R ll.- a .l 5 1 QP: ' ' - Mary Helen and Ed, leaders of this gala occasion Southern belles and beaus descend the winding stairs X25 'KW 5-egg N N The MuJz'eal Scene 'lezifeneier Blue, Dill , Dilhf' to the ful se gdik e 'lah ' " Jag. ww di -ff Spring concert was presented by combined choirs Thank You! Project Pete' 'W "' "l 'fm' iffws. ' get ' ' "fir , w 1 af 1' 'rm if at , , 1 11. fan. W .M a 1.11.3,, H few' 1 ' f V 'ff 5 I l x s AY-dl.. I 5 E3 X X W N The Student Council under the leadership of Denny Hage conducted the all-school project. Project chair- man Jerry Appleby led the student body in raising 31,000 dollars with which to brick the outside of the new library. The faculty matched this sum and a zone-wide campaign was conducted to raise money to finish the project. The veneering was fin- ished for graduation and dedication of the Mackey Library in June. Spec- ial appreciation goes to our mascot, Project Pete. Claorzger From Sonorour Toner of CMJ Von Winkley' .3-v..1-1 .H , Trevecnab first operetta directed by Mite Barham McClain Voted Iii Election Dey' Every spring the Student Council conducts the elections of the mejor officers for the coming year. They are nominated by the student body, op- proved bythe faculty, and chosen by secret ballot by the students, The candidates for the year of 1962453 were outstanding leaders end the campaign Wes an exciting one. il Sloshmg on Suwannee Tmwl1ngAr0und with Trevefwz Student! Look, Rachel-at the bu-d The chmr leaves on nts sprung tour 'lhe quartet uuders a song helpleas Home sweet home-a place to hang your hat '71 Mnmml chmrs Hfnwanan Qlvlc In lfyg Gb od lllp, gnu: 'sz f-wiv. .A- YF W ...X .ha Brushu, brusha, brusha, with the new lpuna F reshman Recognition Week is designed to make the Frosh feel at home. Peanuts and wete1',anyone'? An early, early morning hike and "tacky day" a1'et1'aditi0nal, but peanuts was e new fad. The week is climexed by the W1-eehnnem.RfmhnmfmLQemneo- "If your success is lu 'F' ' lin- Ii i i 'I gi I . fs J if "We smell smoke!" by the Speech Club .ftqb Rzlglat Up and Pay Your Duel' fl4Ifi1I5 'TEff 91 NEEU5 dered because you lack a reform school diploma Young ministers step into action An anachromsm the pencil sharpener Dormitory life has its rewards and punish- ments. The Wonder of it all is how all kinds of personalities manage to work, study and play pranks together. Sharing ideas, swapping ex- periences or expressing imagination with a roommate can be as educational as a formal lecture. There is no life like dormitory life! Community living bringf out the mettle and Jpunk of .ftudents and occmionaly the prowery of the dorm 'fDaa"' Mary Lou studies while nibbling Senior House staples-P.B. and crackers But E g nia-maybe your roommate doesn't like apples Sneaking back f m one u RQ....i,...,,. A 1 M H' ' -1,-.L .. . ,":-Mk I L riff . . .V . l - n gf:-N-,mfblw-Q.. 'nf I 1 -U , qllkr , -N - W if,-. ww 'H E! N 1 H mixffkilj W1 5-4'-"-"1 l ' 'xl' Mff?E355i?f"fQ"!'H M" ' 53 ' if -ff Eif- - -..f"",Y ' W1 y R . gm... 4 5. .1 .1 w S i in :I Murph! You didn't break the scales! W 3' , , 1 '1 ,T ' T . 23 my ig? 4 I "5-4-3-2-1-Bye, Honey" my V 'l"'Q"'0 X u "' kiwi. ig .a-' Au lull K. P. duty at the Senior House MLu'ph, don't laugh. That's the latest thing in dorm style hairdos 0 good humoral claajjf 0 houm' 01' the girly mfefzllea' mth bits Hardy girls gather around the old piano to smg carols must be workin 8 student teaching Hwy' .-.aJun---iun?- - ,-,,,-...--- , ,,,.,..,,..n--.. wfkfitu ,iff fi ii l K We colmted our blessings Wintertinw , - f rg xo ' . in .2 1 .V N vp J E, ff ggi ,N L I 65,711 n I lhgf' , - 1- '- As """""' fr. 'If rl' S ' Wy' ff ,J , --. . H A x ,. o S 1' fa., ' I 1 , -,r ., . ,.r-'-J:1j'2Qs, ,i i ' " Q if i i 'I 1 ' 'Y -.fe 4 f?1,""'r':.-f i- f n n ' A, .I If f ,Au fail., l.. lp! ,W , W ' jg: V ' ' xq f Q aff, ' ' 1 ff- . ' . 'i f ' A O hkidwaj 1 I I QL A4 -94 Remember the day Uncle Frosty dropped in? A masterly eXecUfl0ll, Pat The combined choirs presented a musical evening from I-landel's "Messiah" E-Fafei ix My! my! didn't it snow . . . They made Santa promise-hofw could he refuse? At fifteen below everything froze but our brains 5 .ff 'fa 1 STUDENT PARKING -11 Q.-, -KVM' 7 Q-. m,.,,f .5 When it comes to ornamentation, two heads are always better than one Z :s ,aim ' BF:-.-' V-f Nancy and Jack wandered by. MISS JEANNE THRASHER M155 SUSAN MARLOWE and MR- JOH-N SUGG and MR. JESS MIDDENDORF We 0 'ffoutlo of the Border" for the Valentine Banquet 1:57 MISS NOREEN KNOX and MR. FRED COBBS MR. and MRS. WARREN RAGLAND MISS BARBARA D MR. and MRS. JAMES VAN HOOK and MR' JIMMY MQAHICQNN TV 45? x.., 'x TRIUMPH ,- '1-.J " ' Dick Bailey, King of Twirp, performs his Kingly duties at the car party NME RETI RE Time to retire with doughnuts and retank with cokes Roslyn Marlin spoons out water to-please drink faster-Glenn Wheaton T wz'11D week hilarigf Pleaser men andpevflblexef Iozdzhf At the car races drivers put their jalopies in position A "Moon Riveri' is crooned by the Trio at a Twirp program , Coke, anyone? The seniors sponsored Twirp ici' activities Sez I! Curtain going up on . . "Tice H0o5z'er 5'cb00lmc1.fte1"' Taking a bow is the whole countrified cast from Flat Creek Bud finally got up enough nerve to pop the question The year was 1872. The locale was the "Flat Crick Deestrick of Tomkins Township in Southern Indiany." The event was a three-act play presented by the Speech Club on February 28 directed by Miss Sharron Marlin. Ralph Hartsook Gerry Applebyj, a young inexperi- enced schoolmaster, becomes a boarder at the country home of the Meanses. Mrs. Means fKaren Skinnerj takes an immediate interest in Ralph as a possible hus- band for their daughter, Mirandy fEugenia Cloudj, Whose giggling approval is all too evident. But the schoolmaster falls in love with Hannah fAnn J acksonj, the bound girl. A happy scene closes the play. Hannah and her blind mother QMary Lou Tiemanj are reunited in a comfort- able little home. Ralph has another position, and Han- nah is to be both his assistant teacher and his Wife. Bud Means finally summons courage to propose to Martha fRoslyn Marlinjg and a charming, interesting play, with the straightforward honesty and strength of the schoolmaster himself, comes to an end. l 1 In the Means' living room, Ralph Hartsook leafns of futglgglliffiulties as schoolmaster Recitalists diglnlay talent on-.ftage SHARON NORRICK ANN and JAMES VAN NOOK was 'MT 'Q wi Students respond to the call of devotion, "seek ye out of the book of the Lord. and read" Collegiozm practzke reverence or God Worsley? We sing adoration, "Sun of my soul! thou Saviour dear . . . " Seeking depth in Christ, with eager hearts and wills afiame . . . our college becomes a force for God fi Aft ,- ' ' f ,iLf',iQf ' ' E Q? EQQQFUP- V A ' ' W-f?4'?"'gV "W" ' ' ' X -f , 25 my M E: WSE 5, J Q: ,225 55,7534 ff: A ' .s ew ww W - - fieav 5, and H if unzbfefire through mm' ftudy 73 'Vx In the House of God we find inspiration to lift our souls " I 2 A -"N'bvsn-- We desire wisdom and are made humble that we know no more w?',.e,,,,, as E as um 1 ,, 1 With tools of science we see and know the order and functions of God's cre ation ii. From dusk to dawn we chase the illusive answers ' E Mi L jl ' 1 -n-YT Who would mistake a fire drill for skipping class? These girls -- T' ' ff' . 1-'f.if:: 2 . iv fi " L f. -A 2 'W' s. - 1. M15 55121. i k ' x' , f V ' 'ul f - -. "1-gji' 1 ' vp ye ,g,qg,v '..3g- :v . " f " ' ' i-24 'QQ 1 'M' if"-'Es M g s ' 2 sf- Q 'f f 1 7 KET?-E ? 'f" 5:-T 'fiff-X f'-15, Qi v 'fw'f'yg, Em 5.5-up 1:5 5-.'-.-5555, 1 A 44?-',.fgL--2-New p - A A 4 . V is .ggi 1 ,. Iv 2 :Q -F1 , .. Q 1 -if . N dffffifv- uf-..,s.-iygra '14 f el? ' -37:2 ,V a ga . ' gg 7' -U ri' - 'Y il? 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" -Quik: Q TL-a hfri' 44.4 FIECk.f of gmlezjf Jparlele behind' the more .reriouf foreground T3 ,Ki ., i E Q , . :ig U I J A . ,1 1 ja, ' .M : lei ' , I .V G . - 551. 3' ' fnf fn AV ig, ' 'ai r y , J 1 x 1 I 5 l I 1- s .,,-i 5 ' f W H :I - 1 I I Y 'L 1 s J 4: N Ea 5 'S' ' . 2 L, ,.. nl, :wg-1" K :Y i -5,-, gg , Qfrfif 'lv' :G- SK "" 4 ' J , if 5 ix 9. QL L P kt iff: 'iii-535 ' ' ,rigff Klfixfs-J don't mind helping roomie prepare for a blind date . . . it might be her last We chat and if we doubt a tale . . we will tell it to a seniorg if he be lieves it, it's safe to say it's true "'l 509 what Santa bl'0l18'l1f me' Getting the partlculars perfect calls for fnendly cooperation Votmg tune always causes a vanety of expressmns I F Breakfast or snack, what can beat room service? I val. ,,4f-iwlgn YW.,-. . . V W .27 Most girls' favorite kind of outside reading Agony for quick reference . . . BACKWARD stacks! Never cz dull moment The Knew set" enjoy the wheels of the Poison Ivy League When Jr. starts to shave . . . :XA ' .J . W w ,a 'viii K around these people! 4' H 61 A must for Tidwell Hall in the future Doe . . . a deer. a female deer" Yes, Barbara, it may keep your money I- 1 -4Qf551IAKM3 . 9,- I ' cow-azfnzsnmc " ly V, 5 0 I , - MII M, N ' y me 'S Q 7 9 E, ffm f Mitfli M ,, EE iii ffiumik 1115512 GHZ Giga cd? mimi. , . V 153 mai? ma,uxfsg!1TB1sfinlxs13Q5 Gia-195 ' ' f ififuffi midi ' A iff 'Wire ff'gwfi'e, FVEGQ? 53 T "?.'vf -v1H,a13Fwi -IDT iaiiif ,A ws, ,,m,1, Ab., . ,,, in., . - V fLGT"jlT.u A15 aigjff Wfinlirimiiwirv Q1 1 I 95 L11 M. . ,?:z,Q,, , if fiiia :gf I :sz5,gts,,x:,zi1iffqif if3?5f:2f?EE'5f? 5, Q31:iQ1LfQEg:f1 gf, iii, if " .. 23.55 ,,, . 'ITS' . 1 as Z , I 7 A s A 1. W X W,ALL A ,L2Q,, ,App X . N GQ! "' .Q w,giC,1j Facult and Administration A Meffage from our prexzdent Tl1e student of botany can look at a leaf and tell many important things about the tree to which it belongs. He can tell whether or not the tree has beautiful flowers or if it bears good fruit. The whole tree is simply a modifi- cation and development of the leaf, as it is most certainly the creation of the leaf. The leaf, therefore, represents the righteous 11131173 life. Not only does he do good to others, but he gets good to himself. Godliness is to a man's nature what sunlight is to vegetation. It imparts fresh- ness of living and unfading beauty. It is my hope and prayer that Trevecca students will live beautiful lives. The Psalmist says, 4GThe Lord taketh pleasure ill his people: he will beautify the meek with salvation." This is a beauty which can't be purchased at the beauty parlor or learned at the charm school. How- ever, every person can be attractive, every man can be handsome, and every woman can be beautiful. The Bible teaches tl1at whatsoever a man thinketh, in his heart so is he, therefore, my greatest hope for you is that your thoughts will be so characterized by the statement, uLet the beauty of Jesus be see11 in me," and that you will ask Jesus for the water that he offered the woman at the well, not the water that will quench thirst for o11ly a time, but the water of life. One of the ways to keep like the tree whose leaf does 11ot wither, whose flowers do 11ot lose their beauty and fragrance, and whose fruit feeds the multitudes, is to continue to drink at the fountain of knowledge, at the fountain of truth, at the fountain of Christian truth, Hand whatsoever he doeth shall prosper." 38 .. . . . . .. . . X XN NN XXNN NNXX .. X XX... .. .. ... NN ..NN . . . . . X . ... . .. . . ......NNXX XX .. . . .. .... . .. . . . . .. . . . . XX NN X N N NNN NNNNNNN NNN' . . .. . X .. 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Somerville Rev. John Howald Rev. Arthur O. Little Rev. Leon G. Cook EAST TENNESSEE Rev. Victor E. Gray Mr. Oscar Wheaton Dr. Lawrence B. Hicks FLORIDA Rev. Charles Ide Rev. D. W. Thaxton Mr. Frank Scott Mr. Samuel P. Vann GEORGIA Dr. Mack Anderson Rev. H. J. Eason Rev. Bruce B. Hall Mr. Sam Knox KENTUCKY Rev. D. D. Lewis Rev. O. C. Huff Rev. Hadley Hall Rev. Samuel R. Brown MISSISSIPPI Rev. W. Charles Oliver Mr. J. C. Tousley NORTH CAROLINA Dr. Lloyd B. Byron Mrs. Madelyn Wall Rev. Byron E. LeJeune SOUTH CAROLINA Dr. Otto Stucki Rev. E. N. Gunter Rev. J. H. Eades TENNESSEE Dr. C. E. Shumake Rev. J. E. Beckum Mr. John T. Benson Rev. Edward F. Cox Rev. George Scutt VIRGINIA Dr. V. W. Littrell Rev. E. M. Fox WEST VIRGINIA Dr. H. Harvey Hendershot Rev. John Lawwill Rev. Roy T. McKinney Rev. Dallas Baggett Rev T. Howard Warwick Members of the Executive Board of the trustees meet for busi- ness. Left to right: Dr. John Knight, Dr. Loyd Byron, Dr. A. B. Mackey, Dr. L. S. Oliver, Dr. Otto Stucki. !'WM . - -5 p. .sv HOMER J. ADAMS F. FRANKLIN VVISE Dean of Arts and Sciences Dean of Students WILLIAM M. GREATHOUSE Dean of Religion KOY W. PHILLIPS V. NEIL RICHARDSON Dean of Admissions and Records Business Manager Admzmftmtzve O zcem' 41 LILA THRASHER MACKEY Librarian CLIFFORD E. KEYS Field Representative our X 5 1 5 .L Diafision 0 Languageg Literature and ine Arty To develop within the Collegian an intrinsic desire and interest in the classical and universal masterpieces of the arts and literature is the goal of this department. Through language and its study a scholar becomes a participant in the original setting and in the under- standing of the works of foreign masters and a profes- sional individual outfitted for world travel and investi- gation. LILA THRASHER MACKEY Librarian, Library Science A.B., Oklahoma Central State Teixixcgers Colegep B.S. and M.A., Peabody o ege. Patsy Wood receives personal advice from Miss Barbara McClain on improving her interpretation of music. . 'KI 6 aff ,Q bg CHARLES L. CHILDERS English, Biblical Language Divisional Chairman: A.B., Howard Payne I CPHSEGS B-D-. ASbl1!'Y Theological Seminary: M.A., University of Louisville: Ph.D., Vanderbilt University. RAMON UNRUH Voice, Music Theory B.Mus., Bethany Nazarene Collggiii M.Mus., Birmingham Conservatory 0 LISIC. WHHM:gEr?3,Q!,H 1 -am. w ' ' .als- f. 1 N52 , 3 - area 7 P xx I 1 1 A WILLIAM W. JERNIGAN , , A B T N Assistant Librarian ' . ., revecca azarene Collegeg B.D., Nazarene Theologi al Sem' 3 "" M.A. Peabody College. C mary I . ,:, 'X H ee 1 il l " e 1 uf' ' 'fasissis - 1 3 EE? if ADRON HOLLINS PHILLIPS En lish Fren h Q C ,. A.B,, Trevecca Nazarene Co,1legeg M.A., Peabody College W AMY L. PERSON English A.B., Asbury College: M.A., University of Kentucky :L SYLVIA YOUNG Piano, Music Theory A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College BARBARA MCCLAIN Piano, Music Theory A.B., and B.Mus., Olivej: Nazarerle College: M.Mus., Uni- verslty of Illmoxs. S? ,,--gi-,Z af TW +3 :E NYE, E H, 1 all 1 W, i v ati-i vklfl l ' U L-1, Dl2!ZlfZ.01fL of Pkilofolbby elzlgion, and Clwzktzbln Education This division seeks a better understanding of God, using all the tools of theology and 1nan's accumulative knowledge of his ultimate purpose to augment an indi- vidual commitment of soul. The end sought in this knowledge is that others might, through the consecrated wisdom and dedication of its graduates, come to know for themselves the Life Everlasting. , , . A 7,3 rg 1 5 I - iir,ii at flaws? 13221 ' es: JOHN ALLAN KNIGHT Biblical Literature, Philosophy A.B., Bethany College: M.A., University of Oklahoma: B.D., Vanderbilt University. WILLIAM STRICKLAND MAUDE ALLEN STUNECK Theology Languages A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College: B.D., Naza- A.B., University of Michigan: M.A., Vander- rene Theological Seminary. bilt University: Ph.D., University of Chicago. lf. KOY W. PHILLIPS Biblical Literature, Practical Theology Divisional Chairman: Th.B., Trevecca Nazarene College: B.S, Middle Tennessee State College: M.A., Peabody College: B.D., Nazarene Theo- logical Seminary. MAURY ENGLISH REDFORD Biblical Languages B.S., State Teachers College, Mississippi: Th.B., Trevecca Nazarene College: B.D. and M.A., Vanderbilt University. -:asm Il .ll- While taking field work, Fred Cobbs with his supervising pastor, the Rev. Edward Cox, consults Fred A. Bell, Baptist Hospital chaplain, about hospital visitation. A'F:if:a-mi-F-"5' 1 V1 ' ' ' F. FRANKLYN WISE Education, Christian Education A.B., Eastern Nazarene Collegeg M.Ed. and Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh. J. LEON CHAMBERS WILLIAM M. GREATHOUSE Biblical Literature, Theology Biblical Literature, Theology Th.B.. Trevecca Nazarene College: B.D., Nazarene Theological Seminary: A-B.. Lambllfh College: Th.B., Trevecca Nazarene College: M,A. Van M.A. and Ed.S., Peabody Collegeg D.D., Trevecca Nazarene College. derbilt University: D.D., Trevecca Nazarene College. ' Dz'vifz'0n of foczkzl .Vtudzkf Man. Who can know him? Followers of this division center their interests and abilities upon the composite nature of the social man. His problems and his achieve- . ments are assayed and weighed for their value to meet the demands of life and education, Christian principles are applied to society's shambles. HOMER J. ADAMS , ll, History 7 - - , Divisional Chairmang A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College: M.A. and Ph.D., Peabody College. A. B. MACKEY JERRY COSTA Economics GQOQTU-Phill President, Trevecca Nazarene College: A.B., Eastern Kentucky State A-Bu TFGVCCC21 Nazarene Collegeg M.A., Peabody College Teachers College, M.A., Peabody College: LL.D., Northwest Nazarene College. "Oh, what fun to paste and cut and ii color just like we did in the second Vi X N grade!" Some snazzy originalities come out of the elementary art class. ' f. f--G53-' ,F Nil. : .pw 3 41 Q? 4 ,: ,Jr- pw Spanish Voemiuglgy, :ilu pe-sos vusqulte Joy Neill Thaxton, student teacher, teaches a sixth-grade class at Glencliff Elementary School as part of her teacher-training program. ,4-If J' G. LEWIS PENNINGTON Education, Psychology Th.B. and A.B., Trevecca Nazarene Collegeg M.B., Peabody College: Ed.D., University of Mississippi. WILLIAM H. HOWICK Education, Psychology Th.B., Canadian Nazarene College: M.A, and M.Ed., Pea- body College. W ii i LESLIE PARROTT Milf Education, Speech Th.B.. Olivet College: M.A., Willamette Universityg Pl1.D.. Michigan State University. I 47 dy iii Diafzlrion of .Yczlmces and Matbematzkf Activity in this division proposes an understanding of cosmic purposefulness and the manifold mysteries that underlie the unique phenomena of nature and the universe. Closely associated and working artifact with artifact are mathematics and science--these are the necessary tools of our age of atoms. A new lab, classroom, and some offices have been added to the basement floor of the McC1uz-kan Building, so that the Whole Hoor is now devoted to science. T .f .-:sag-fit. 's A scientific Sherlock is getting the "inside story" behind the physiology of a frog! -v L ll rl g V. Y , f .gf X 'K E I I an pc-1 'i s a V5-'ffi'sQ1e:i'2a-az? Y- 'f 7 . sswmfwe-mia , , V . 'Q . aa, - 3 ".. P V , , . L 7 ..-4, , .. H U'-tif: ' ' f - wg 4 1: :ez f,-,.:,. ' zumzaisl .m,,o,,. N,-UQ Some students are just naturally fond of biology lab. Perhaps it's the food ,,:, 2215, ' they like. MILDRED FORMAN CHAMBERS Biology A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College: M.A., Peabody College T5 P -4'-0 'ez-11 ff I,2iflfT?J 2' ' .gg , 'fagileimil-1 " ,N pp.xi we - X f',g.:1ff1,t4fu:f 1 , 1. giiiizigflfz-' . ' , 1 Wzzizgri f' Y .7r,,l,e2Jf:Qzg ,, 3 , 111:t,:,,iscH1l.iV: ,H ' .- , -fQ.xa,,-- N X , 2'l1,!5iLfg , rig, g. .QM 4 N WVW, ,vqify 1! w ,Mx , htwglisfgllzfgg-wu'!'1lVw, ,Xu ww hewfggfglggll, ,, N lTS'55s11i:E'1s. is ' i I F355 ' .Q -All JOHN W. DIX Biology A.B., Trevecca Niazarene Collegeg M.A., Peabody College. "Now where did that bird go? Say, Mr. Dix, was that a Baltimore oriole or a towhee?" The ornithology class is up before dawn. Bufineff Fafu lr CARY T. DUCKETT Secretary A.C.A., Bowling Green Business University' A.B., Georgetovm Collegeg M.A., University of Kentucky. EULA JEAN STEPHAN Bookkeeper l A.B,, Trevecca Nazarene College ' --7 7 my JOHN CLAYTON MRS. MABEL ORNDOFF MISS MARIE PEERY MRS. LINDA HULSE, R.N. Head Resident, Tidwell Hall Head Resident, McKay Hall Head Resident, Hardy Hall School Nurse MR. HOWARD MELTON MR' 2gIlf1MNlffff'TI1I2IAVfD Miss MARTHA GRAY C ' M na . . afeterw' a gel' Maintenance Supervisors A ' wi wi .,,. .f ,,,.i7, ,.,. .M .cr ll in QA ll - .1 we . V ' .i H M . 11 'A X ii A A XX 'ii 'eie X l film A v 9 .K ii. MRS. JUNE WISE MRS. COSTA Assistant Registrar l IE 1 Il il I - 1 ,, 4'-: X1-:l , I ,- , w Postmistress Assistant Bookstore Manager The Alumni Afsoeiation keeps the flame of loyalzy to TNC hurning in the hearty of ola' graelr Reunions such as the Alumni Ban- quet each spring bring memories that cause laughter and fun. Going back decades, the grads remember their col- I lege days at Trevecca-the pranks, per- Q Q sonalities, and perspiration. They come back every year to review another mile- stone, to feel again their youth, and to catch the spirit of mystery, inspiration, and ambition which always exists on a college campus, especially ours. These men and women will never forget what Trevecca did for them. It fx L,a . . Vf" . I Alumni Reeitalirtf sf? in , 'Q M'ISS MARIE PEERY x , 5 . E. FLORENCE MORRIS li, The Personel is-'61'2fll,'6f provide eounyeling ana' service! in aeeorelanee with ftua' ent neealr and intereftf K. W. PHILLIPS MRS. A. B. MACKEY V. NEIL RICHARDSON Dean of Admissions and Records Social Poise and Problems in Etiquette Employment Guidance and Veterans Problems F. FRANKLYN VVISE STAFF HOMER J. ADAMS Personal Counseling and Vocational Courtship, Marriage and Family Counseling Military Guidance and Recreational Guidance Director LEWIS PENNINGTON MRS. LINDA HULSE REV. T. E. JONES Reading Improvement Health Service Pastoral Counseling 51 1 -11.4 seg. 45,31 Y,--v W. gf' ,-.R Fi The Homer J. Adams family Yum! Yum! Mr. Rfeclford and Dr. Childers enjoy barbecued chicken at a school picnic. Um' Faculty Rev. C. E. Keys poses before dictating some more letters to the zone. 41? 1 , " Cx., 1 , V! Conversation over coffee at the faculty Christmas dinner 1-nv 45.2 X - ,N xf xxsii A i Xwrzs- Q E Cramming, Prof Knight? Well, those inquisitive students . The Richardsons take shelter under the family umbrella Just one more shot for the press, please, Miss Coming to us new this year from Washington state are Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Par- Mc'Clain. rott and their three boys, Roger, Richard, and "Hunabun." g.,,,,, 5 ' " '19 1 f-5' 1 4 i ,Q ij' " '. '1 , my . '51, ff" -' 'Ii-Q . "ll-is.,--,,4.'..'-. "lu 14 . 7+ f ., sv' ,.-,. ..- . ai'."':Zf.,xj . , J... I - I 43. g-' T. .f'. "' I ' env '- .-j '- -5-"u" " -A 1 . 'il-ol qmz- ,hx , 1 . . nk --. iv : ..' ' - - -- --1?7'i.1 -1- H-: .. ,flu Y . A 5-. . ,, x " ij: f ' ' i.-f 5 '. i' " -. .5 'a 1- :T '.Q 1 -if I . . X ., I v iv , . V., ' v , - I ' , . , . '- sry, believe ax Ieaif dfig-1-ass ,iss no less the ibufheyiwbrlkl pf the sfarsi 'the 'pismire is equally perfect, and :af fof the ,egg Qi the fthe tree tead is ea chief-il'oeuv1fe for thefhighest, ' A r fhesrunning blackberry would 'adbrnethe -PZISIOISA df heaven, thec-narfdwest hinge in my hand puizse tb scorn'all' Inachineryg And 'thef cow with depressedlheaclv stufpasses fany statue, 'a 'mouse issvmiragclese enough to staggers sextillions. df infidels. , V s A V Leaiues of Cf'rass, WALT WHITMAN rganizations n 1 N w W X w IJ N X N N N x N w 4 IW-4.1 ,.. 1191 111 X hi 4. x Wigs 'R A -11 Student Council-the hub of .ftudent Mffyiflhf At the helm of coordination of student activities is the Student Council. Their success depends not only on council talent and insight, but upon the amount of enthusiastic cooperation given to their functioning by the student body. They are the voice of the students. The race for Class and Club of the Year, class and club elections, the annual Student Council Lectures, student publications, the intramural sports program, traffic laws, Friday-night programs, spring elections, the all-school project, the student handbook, the spring revival-are all concerns of the Student Council as they seek to meet the challenges of a growing campus community. JERRY APPLEBY Secretary DOUGLAS ASKEW CWA President 7,11 ,., , K Llipli- 551 1 ,, F rf q - 'P N ," 1 V 'S' il ' ,I I Pyl. J Ti .1 Q, -1: ,XJ I I J' Q T i1 11 as 1 1 i . FE DALE MELTON Student Council President rs 111 1 1 -1 1- --rf 111 . f 1 e" ':."" LH ' .N 1 E ' 1 ,V f'."1 ' ' 1 ' -': 1' ' -3----M ' ' " 1 Qi ' ' el ' 1 'L ., . 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I Trevecca Nazarene College presents six of her students to WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Election to this nationally recognized and distinctive organization is based upon character, scholarship, extracurricular activities, service to the school, and potential for usefulness in business and society. This honor includes a biography of each student-elect in the current volume of Who? Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, a book which serves as a guide for personnel managers who are seeking capable college graduates. Trevecca Nazarene College salutes these versatile students, and hopes that their future life will be as successful and useful as this honor predicts for them. 59 M w 1:11 JH 5 is yy , w w in ff w W' ' - 1 H, W -ww 1 zu .3 P-1 099. Im wi w 1 3 rf 1 sim H Q12 Q dp, ,X H , :ng w W . Aw-Q. 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I 1 fi.: ill, , if W zx. - 1,15 fbi' 715' , ax 'K , y E . .MFI W?WWi '- ?4 ,s, ' 3? 1 V Ntdgkw' A eg-2.51-'f ' , ,,,.h , . X 4 , ,iw A 7 , - . I 1 , In 0f'fQff' '33 Y- all W . e , egfzwg, ,Jw 1 H Y gggy., S at-me 5 V . f DOUGLAS ASKEW Macon, Georgia lyf J Tix "Trust in the Lorcl with all thine hearty and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways ac knowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Pro verbs 3:5, 6. 1, , my pg 'L get fg,:igLsi22ja- ,E Qiiiiz' fi " fl iw 5 fliilsi :si '51 .5557 4 34 ' 1 N il i - px w'Ja IQ. 1' kgjgiggglgw. .gf-f.,,.fL X4 ., ,.M,m,6,,L ,vgw X W xgfailv .u ww Q Q' -- if ww. , .122 w in J 4, . ix r3.9-5 W av? ' w M' I ' -W zz. ' ' 1125227 gzilff' ,. N .H M, ff1s1if5A,slMs:5iis'iKf ' ., . if . 1. ,.gsw2,1:'i,Sif5:f- V W 1 f2zie2gsg1.,fwg,g.,f 51+ ,1-p my . '12 MQ.5I,Zi?f1-'Y ,V ' ,113 if? iii - " .M JL fu' ' -'5?f.fiI-ii' ' ag, Aww. we E H53 mf 'waz ,, ,X Dfw ,, WW, I SE., M .44 M, .Q V .- S' Q.. N -.1 Aims, After six months of collecting photos and ideas the 1963 DARDA was sent to press. As we, the staff, watched the last yellow envelopes disappear into the copy room at Benson Printing Company We heaved a great sigh of relief. Then we sat on the edge of our seats until presentation day. Have we captured the spirit of Tre- vecca? Is it a true record of this year? Will it give to each student a sense of identity? Its buds sprouted and grew side by side with the offspring of Trevecca soil, her sons and daughters-the students. We sought here to unfold the story of a progressing Christian college with sacred vitality, religious stamina and an un- daunted will to witness. Recordzng lazlgblzgbty . . . the I 963 Daml ' Dr. F. Franklyn Wise, Advisor U .1 ..,, Sharron Marlin, Assistant Editor -' 'x J ' J J -- 4 , f-f-4 ' Hi, 1 J, U ' ,, . . V 1, 1, .1 I- ,- f ix- V X we Q X , I V A Mary Helen Lane, Business Manager Marilyn Foskey, Marilyn Litton, Jeanne Thrasher and Marilyn Lillard, Class Typist Richard Smith, Photographer Tommie Jean Howard, Typzst 67 The Campuf newspaper rqllectx the ima e of TNC X .. V,A. 10 'free' .1 . M- mm awww N ' , , ll L 1 w "MI ff H "ff H me me 'fl' y , M ',ff,, ,' ,ll fff,,fammzw:: U w , vw ,w m'21esw""s'e 1 H w m . ' . " n x' .V w :wg-m uw sm- , . w ,ww ,w M sq,-. t,'u,1u':'Q1u . W 5 ,rT55:fa3'ra w mm 'A 'Lf' v Marilyn Baldwin, Editor Aw- Carolyn Conner and Shirley Leonard, Typists "The Treo-Echoes is out!" Marilyn Baldwin, this year's edi- tor, has tried to ferret out student feeling on important topics. School spirit, an honor merit system, the point system-these are some of the issues. On the sports page things were livened up with interest this year as more photos and a Writeup on every game appeared. "Candid Campus" by Erbin Baumgard- ner was read avidly for its wry humor and meaty remarks. The letters to the editor Very pointedly displayed reader in- terest. Dr. Charles Childers, Advisorg Marilyn, Joan Groves, Assistant Editor EEA TL Wil? f 'aft EEE-2 1 Y w A1 Hayes, Ann Van Hook, Marilyn Foskey, Jerry Appleby, and Martha Hord are columnists on the T-rev-Echoes staif. . . Editing rewriting typing our tbougbtf Barney Baggott and Jim Knight, Sports Writers A1 Hayes, Managing Editor Jean Cranshaw, Circulation Man- agerg and Jane Cranshaw, Assistant Manager. Jerry Appleby, Lynda Arender, Janie Austin, Judy Brooks, Na- dorf, Beverly Moore, Steven Oliver, Jan Osborne, Ronald Pelton, talie Clayton, Eugenia Cloud, Sidney Comfort, Wayne Dollar, Dianne Peters, Linda Ranson, Don Ross, Karen Salser, Gary Sim- Larry Foster, Jan Hay, Larry Huggins, Rena Huggins, Harris mons, Marita Slifer, Gene Smith, Sandra Smith, Carl Taylor, Jamison, Barbara Johnson, Carol Johnson, Jimmie Knight, Su- Nancy Thaxton, Larry Woodward. zanna McManus, Roslyn Marlin, Susan Marlowe, Jesse Midden- RAMON UNRUH t A Capella Choir i i gg A To belong to the A Cappella Choir is to be musically talented. Polished performers for many years, they produce only vocal music of exceptional quality. Hours and hours of diligent practice go into one concert. A zone tour in March took them north as far as Washing- :': ton, D.C., an unforgettable stop-over. Professor Ramon V f ina, Unruh, the director, is a qualified and well-liked di- Vial' I'6ClZ01'. The aim of the choir is to show the spirit of Christ through the inspiring songs they sing and the lives they live. Singing with the A Cappella is an uplifting experience, always to be remembered with emotion. 70 Y Treble- Tone Chorus This year for the second time the Treble-Tone Chorus toured the Southeastern Zone and the Nashville area. The four-year-old singing group has progressed in ex- cellence of performance and popularity under the lead- ership of Miss Barbara McClain. Their repertoire in- cludes classical, Negro-spiritual, and gospel songs to meet all musical tastes. On tour they slept and ate in private homes across the South, making many new friends. Traveling together on a bus, the girls toured several states with their inspiring message in song. Sharon Adrian, Marilyn Baldwin, Cathy Chilton, Ruth Christen- sen, Sharon Crummer, Pam Dinkins, Judy Drake, Carol Good- win, Margaret Gordon, Brenda Gould, Martha Hawkins, Sara Hill, Pam Holt, Esther Hyatt, Mary Jo Jenkins, Ray Kohser, MISS BARBARA MCCLAIN Betty Lacy, Mary Helen Lane, Linda Linn, Anita Martin, Martha Middendorf, Mary Moore, Sandra Murphree, Bobbye Neidra, Norma Parrish, Brenda Pickens, Carol Pickens, Carol Richardson, Margie Smith, J o Anne Spolarich, Ann Van Hook, Judith Wiley, Lucy Williams. MIXED TRIO, Lucy Williams, Wade and Lois Westbrook. I iw M. if TREVE-TONE TRIO, Sharron Norrick, Barbara Stiles, and Suzanna McManus. Summer Tmafelerf The traveling group is one of the most influential contacts made by Trevecca Nazarene College. These representatives give the prospective student a sample of college life at T.N.C. The groups are under the direction of the field representative, Rev. C. E. Keys. EVANGELAIRES QUARTET, John Sugg, Carl Taylor, Gene Smith, Jess AMBASSADORS QUARTET, Al Hayes, Myron Wise, Jerry Appleby, and Middendorf. Barney Baggott. asf-1,55 ww an M H w.3iggfgQfgj:fH-w',1 'H . - A sfsM,m:,, ,Q Q , fi A" 5' 77, Trey-Dore! The new director of the Trev-Dores is James Van Hook, a senior music major. He has been working on better coordination of parts and quality from the men. When performing in chapel their deep tones resound to proclaim the message of hope and salvation in song. Since they are fairly new, future improvement and growth seem imminent. JAMES VAN HOOK Barney Baggott, George Denby, Ray Gomer, Ed Irwin, Gearld Quick, Douglas Rogier, Gene ' 'll B sley, Larry Foster, Carl Taylor, Al Hayes, Roy Ragsdale. Wiseman, B1 ea 'We A, Maw- fffksw-.ff ' M -: .. , E , E ' E ttpp ,QM .1 T, 5' fs: T if ' , iill 73 Answering the challenge of the spiritual needs of metropolitan Nashville, the Christian Workers Asso- ciation takes the gospel story to hospitals, jails, rest homes, street corners, juvenile court and the peniten- tiary. The fifteen departments of this organization are filled with dedicated young men and Women with a heart interest in winning souls for the Master. Chriftzkm Workery Afyocicltion ! Officers are: Douglas Askew, presidentg Syble Jones, Secretaryg Martha Hord, reporterg Natalie Clayton, follow-up secretaryg K. W. Phillips, sponsorg Nathan Price, treasurerg Lamar Smith, vice-preside-ntg Al Truesdale, visitation chairman. ,.i "He careth for you" brings happiness to many hearts , i , - Q bww - , J V 5 - , . 5.1 -' --1 , 'L --1, - e ' f , , V, ' t . l 11 ly ' PM SK M! 4, .ip " ' LS",- , ,:' fy' - Q? - " -' E3 f ' , A J Corinne makes a friendly visit with patients at Agee rest home A gospel team poses before going to their posts at city workhouse "We are laborers together with God " A tract, a smile of encouragement, a promise of hope, a friendly handshakeall proclaim that Christ is the Saviour of the world. 75 lf- .1 , Q l The mort in.slDi1'z'ng time 0 any day if chapel loom' In the fall revival Rev. Harvey Hendershot, district superintendent of West Virginia, preached the gospel message. Close on its heels came the zone-wide Con- ference on Preaching and Church Music. Special speakers at this time were Rev. Ray Moore, Rev. James McGraw, and Rev. Hugh C. Benner. For the Benson Lectures, Rev. Jack Sanders came from his pastorate in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to preach simple, direct and searching evangelistic messages. Many seekers knelt for prayer. Two other talented visitors during the year were James Bohi with his voice and Paul Skiles with his trombone. The TMF sponsored a Missionary Convention and workshop in March. Rev. George Coulter, executive secretary of foreign missions for the Church of the Nazarene, interviewed prospective missionaries. Mis- sionaries Dean Galloway and Harry Rich brought stories from their fields. The Student Council lectures featured Dr. Howard Hamlin from Chicago. Students hear a variety of personalities from the pulpit including their professors and pastors from sur- rounding churches. Chapel hour is bountiful in bless- ings and rich in spiritual content. DR. WILLIAM GREATHOUSE Chairman, Chapel Committee --ff est, ,- 1... if t fi' "Ui ffm' 'as ' 1 . 'T H N' T T 'H 'I .I. .f 3- .MW MQ? Mfg - -:B p V !! N!! fm HARVEY HENDERSHOT JACK SANDERS HUGHC BENNER At the blessed hour of prayer, trusting Him, We believe That the blessing We're needing we'll surely receiveg In the fullness of this trust we shall lose ev'ry careg What a balm for the Weary! O how sweet to be there! FANNY Cnosny JAMES McGRAW RA PAUL SKILES A ffxlan Trevecca M issionmjf Fellowfbqb Missionaries who visit the campus speak to this group and answer any questions relating to the missionary field and the requirements necessary to be qualified for missionary work. The TMF was organized by popular demand from preparing missionaries. Officers are: Paul Hetrick, presidentg Kenny Walker, vice- presidentg Mary Meighan, secretaryg Phillip Neeley, treasurerg Pat Taylor, reporterg Koy W. Phillips, spon- sor. K . U Every Friday at noon the Missionary Prayer Band meets in the chapel balcony to pray especially for mis- sionaries around the world. To this group come special requests from foreign fields. The purpose of the band is to lead students into the blessings obtainable through prayer and fasting. Lamar Smith is the leader. M zlffionmy Prayer Bama' -vw 3 my s- 1, r...n I Mufzk Club Music soars to produce the "illusion of a loftier re- ality." To this end the music society endeavors to raise the artistic ability of its members and to promote the value of music at T.N.C. Officers are: Lucy Williams, president, J an Osborne, vice-president, Eugenia Cloud, secretary, Nancy Thaxton, treasurerg Norene Knox, reporter, Miss Sylvia Young, sponsor. Every spring the Ministerial Association sponsors its senior members as special speakers in chapel. This year the future ministers were ushers at the special conference on preaching and church music. They al- ways take up the annual missionary offering at Thanks- giving. Officers are: Lowell Clyburn, presidentg Nathan Price, vice-president, Richard Smith, secretary-treas- urerg Paul Hetrick, reporterg and Dr. Leon Chambers, sponsor. Minifterzkzl As.f0czkn'z'0n KW.. gi. -s f WS' fr ilsgzf Clio .foczlety 'Walking among historic ruins of Tennessee or listen- ing to an archivist unfold a unique treatise on a his- torical event, the Clio Society is continually seeking to expand the interests and experiences of the people who are making the social studies a life's vocation. Officers are: John Chilton, president, Leslie Farthing, vice- presidentg Carol Johnson, secretaryg Jan Forman, treasurer, Everett Hanner, reporter, Dr. Adams, spon- sor. The S.E.A. provides exclusive services and activities for those who are entering the teaching profession. Special speakers, luncheons, and films sponsored by the club help introduce the classroom atmosphere. They sponsor National Education Week and Teacher Appre- ciation Week. Officers are: Carolyn Estep, presidentg Carolyn Collins, vice-president, Mary Moore, secre- tary, Dianne Peters, treasurer, Sara Casdorph, re- porter, Dr. Pennington, sponsor. Student Education Aysociation nl , ' Tristan, ' iv Wi. ,Q , - w ,,,.wms: LW , ,. -. W.-, fi M 1- , p sms. , wx ww , , .1 --A , fissffgsspwvv ii w U i Y-va w ' as 5' , 1, , as ag -ag 5: rr- ' XA ,cgfiahni 4 sl X V 1 Kaffe, 11, w, i ,ies ,s, ' 'wg-ff 2 qw,,u.- is-4 . ,i , tgps, Wwlagggig H, Hlgywpi ' 921, si? flee ,, mea H ' if .TJ-.,, , . Art Club This circle of artisans includes individuals interested in the graphic arts. Generating aesthetic response in creativity and expression, they bring beauty and feel- ing to the campus. They sponsor the Art Festival, at- tend art classes at the Parthenon, and decorate for ban- quets. Oificers are: Edith Manning, president, Lynn Barnes, vice-president, Carolyn Collins, secretary- treasurerg Earlene Mason, reporter, Mrs. Mackey, sponsor. Designed primarily for science majors, this club in- cludes all who pursue the atomic and naturalistic mys- teries to be found in the lab or in the wide-open spaces. Annually treks are made around the countryside to Dr. Mackey's farm, the Smokies, or Fall Creek Falls. Of- ficers are: Ken Irwin, president, Barbara Johnson, vice-president, Charlotte Porter, secretary, Ken Hem- rnerly, treasurer, Ruth Christensen, reporter, Mr. John Dix and Mr. Hemmerly, co-sponsors. Sczkfnce Club l BRAKE! 1 f ij, Speedo Club Oratory and drama are the first interests of this group who sponsored the all-school play, "The Hoosier Schoolmasterf' and "Gay Nineties" night in the T- Room. Here promising rhetoricians can polish their artistic abilities. This organization provides talented personnel for varied programs throughout the year. Officers are: Sharron Marlin, president, Dennis Orner, vice-president, Judy Wiley, secretary, Virginia Wilcox, treasurer, Carol Johnson, reporter, Mr. Jernigan, spon- sor. Students who qualify to participate in the computa- tive science of mathematics compose this club. Special luncheon speakers, trips to business centers, and lively, informative meetings keep members up-to-date i11 their field. Officers are: Suzanna McManus, president, Bar- bara Beckner, vice-president, Syble Jones, secretary, Paul Farley, treasurer, Jean Cranshaw, reporter, Mrs. Redford, sponsor. Math Club e k I ' If 'Ei' S ' EDNA ARMSTRONG CAROLYN ESTEP Secretary ig-nfiifj ' Iv" 'j V' ' , Lk . :.:-- I , Eff -. , 7 Q M "- Q -5: N! M! , J Y I . -'H' L- I No.5 A ff! '21- -wwfiwe " 'if' "5fQiQ11l1Y"!iQE?iieii " . I M - 5 .w' 1Q u.. HH '1 1-'u,!?"..g il , ,,ng',.5:" """"'1w eg??5fifffff1,jj IMA I ' W 75- H, MARILYN BALDWIN PHYLLIS BUSS I962-63 Honm' Soczet or .Vclaolmtzb Excellence RUTH CHRISTENSEN DOROTHY FULLER Reporter l MICHAEL GOLDEN JOAN GROVES ED LeJUENE JERRY McCANT President IVIISS AMY PERSON MCDONALD DALE MELTON AUBREY SMITH PATSY WOOD Sponsor 83 L! fx in ,,,.,f SL Q, "S r EAST TENNESSEE R1chard Reed Preswlent Betty McKay Secretary Joyce Savage Reporter Mr K W Phllhps Sponsor FLORIDA Sharron Marlin, President Sharon Crummer, Secretary Al Hayes, Reporter Mr. V. Neil Richardson, Sponsor ""'W M Sk. Y 1 7 ng vw- , -v - -Q-, 'r ALABAMA Mike Golden, President Janice Smith, Secretary Steven Oliver, Reporter Mr. Ramon Unruh, Sponsor EAST KENTUCKY Susie Ward, President Marilyn Lillard, Secretary Jeff Moles, Reporter Dr. Charles Childers, Sponsor 's NORTH CAROLINA Ann Van Hook, President Beverly Moore, Secretary Janet Vernon, Reporter Dr. F. F. Wise, Sponsor MISSISSIPPI Leslie Bearden. President Linda Arender, Secretary James Beardon, Reporter Dr. Leon Chambers, Sponsor GEORGIA Pat Taylor, President Jean Cranshaw, Secretary Jan Forman, Reporter Dr. Lewis Pennington, Sponsor KENTUCKY Marilyn Baldwin, President Brenda Story, Secretary Kenny Walker, Reporter Mrs. A. B. Mackey, Sponsor ...av- ,,1i!,,,,r,hg W 7 ' 5,5- VIRGINIA Diane Peters. President Judy Wiley, Secretary Janese Baker, Reporter Mrs. K. W. Phillips, Sponsor WEST VIRGINIA Terrill Haddix. President Joan Groves, Secretary Sara Casdorph, Reporter Mr. C. E. Keys, Sponsor SOUTH CAROLINA Barney Baggott, President Mary J 0 Jenkins, Secretary Norma Parrish, Reporter Mr. John Knight, Sponsor TENNESSEE Suzanna McManus, President Judy Brooks, Secretary Ken Hemrnerly, Reporter Mr. Bill Jernigan, Sponsor Kappa .Sigma Phi A well-turned phrase will delight any member of the Kappa Sigma Phi Society because their primary interest is the manipulation of words. They desire to promote appreciation for the classics and to develop skill in Writing, Officers are Jean Cranshaw, presidentg Jane Cranshaw, vice-presidentg Lynn Barnes, secre- taryg Margie Smith, treasurerg Mrs. Koy W. Phillips, sponsorg Ruth Ellen May, librariang Esther Farmer, reporter. Students who are not attached to a southeastern state club may join the Ramblers. These are Wanderers from all over the United States. They usually serve at other state club banquets which take place when motorcades visit Trevecca each spring. Oflicers are Jerry Appleby, presidentg Sharon Norrick, secretaryg Dennis Orner, reporter. Rambkn' Club Beginning my studies, the first step pleas'd me so much, The mere fact, consciousness-these forms-the power of motion, The least insect or animal-the senses-eyesight--loveg The first step, I say, aw'd me and pleased me so much, I have hardly gone, and hardly wish'd to go, any iafther, But stop and loiter all the time, to sing it in ecstatic song. 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V 45 . ..M 0 zberf of the Clan of ,63 :H-..:f-..'-1 v --' '. '. ' - f ' . ,q . ,--v, 7 V. Q Ju ,,. , -Y -I: -mhz. ,L ,-- ,, k.,- .A KENNETH HEMMERLY . ...... President SHARRON MARLIN . . . . . .Vice-President MARY HELEN LANE . . ..... Treasurer CAROLYN ESTEP . . . . .Reporter MAR1TA SLIEER ...... . . ........ . .... Secretary ED LEJEUNE . . . . . .Student Council Representative RAMON UNRUH . . . ..., Sponsor I 'fBler.r uf and make uf cz Herrin J' EDWARD ALLRED A.B., Music Education "Music hath charm to soothe a troubled heart. Student Education Association 2, 3, 43 North Carolina Club 1, 2. 3. 43 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 23 Science Club 23 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Librarian 13 Christian Workers Associa- tion 13 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 23 11 DOUGLAS ASKEW A.B., Mathematics "A will to learn has 'made him a good studentg a will to serve has 'made him a good Christianf' Music Club 1. 23 Vice-President 23 Georgia Club 1, 2. 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Vice- President 23 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 23 DARDA Photographer 23 Missionary Fellow- ship 3, 43 Math Club 33 Christian Workers As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Student Council 43 Who's Who In American Universities and Colleges 43 Religious Activi- ties Award 3. JANICE ADAMS A.B., Education-Psychology "Her silence denotes character and strength of minclg combined with Chris- tian consistency." Student Education Association 1. 2, 3, 43 South Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Trevecca Athletic Association 2, 33 All-School Play 4. CAROLE ALLEN A.B., Education-Psychology "Good character is property, it is the noblest of all possessions." Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Head Resident 23 Dorm Counselor 2. BOB BARNHILL A.B., Religion "The best of all men are those who live their creedsf' Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Min- isterial Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 25 South Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Clio Society 4. PHILIP BOWLES A.B., Religion It is well to think well, it is divine to act well." Trevecca Athletic Association 1. 23 Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4: West Virginia Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 1, 2, 3, 4. tr RUTH BRIGHT A.B., Education-Psychology "The sincere alone can recognize sin- cev-ity." Christian Workers Association 1, 25 Missionary Prayer Band 1, 2: Student Education Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 49 Ramblers Club 3. ROBERT BRIM A.B., Religion "Quiet, practical, and pursues his work calmly and steadily." Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4. GARNOLD DENNIS A.B., Religion "And in his Master's calling he was prompt and watchful niore than ordinary men. Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Min- isterial Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Speech Club 1, 2: East Tennessee Club 3, President 33 Ramblers Club 43 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2 , 3, 4. RON DOOLI'I'I'LE A.B., Religion "Smile and the world smiles with you." JACQUELINE CARROLL A.B., Education-Psychology "All her ways are pleasant ways, and all her paths are peace." Music Club 1, 2. 3: Student Education Associa- tion 3, 4g Christian Workers Association 1, 25 Treble Tone Choir 3. LOWELL CLYBURN "The world is his and it waits for him." Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Min- isterial Association 3, 4, President 43 Mission- ary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Trevecca Athletic Association 1. 2, 3. 43 Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Play 3. Hy, s ' 4 50 .rwzftl time we scarce , gm, M , HAROLD FURNISS A.B., Religion "Rather than fame give me Truth." Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Min- isterial Associationll, 2, 3, 43 Mississippi Club . 2. 3. 4. JUANITA GEISE A.B., Education-Psychology "Energy and persistence conquer all thingsf' Library Staif 2, 3, 43 Ramblers Club 3, 4, Re- porter-43 Student Education Association 2, 3, 43 Christian Workerzfgseaciagion 1, 23 Literary u , . ealizea' we were seniors CAROLYN ESTEP A.B., Mathematics "Gentle in manner, strong in perform- ance. Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 1, Reporter 2, President 33 Clio So- ciety 1, 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Reporter 33 Science Club 1, 23 West Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 43 DARDA Staff 23 Class Reporter 4. MARILYN FOSKEY A.B., Education-Psychology "Two-thirds frolic, one-third fun, and the rest just ordinary girl-a friend to everyone." Christian Workers Association 1, 43 Library Staff 2, 3, 43 Georgia Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3: Student Education Association 2, 3, 43 Trev- Echoes Staff 2, 3, 43 Literary Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 33 DARDA Staff 4. ' MARCELLA FRAME A.B., Education-Psychology "Ever loyal, ever true to the task she has to do." Transfer Student from K. M. B. I.3 Student Education Association 2, 3, 43 Christian Work- ers Association 3, 43 Science Club 3. DOROTHY JEAN FULLER A.B., Education-Psychology "No dangers fright her, no labors tire? Christian Workers Association 1, 22 Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Georgia Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4. rr lm fi ll it it 1 V BRENDA GOULD A.B., Education-Psychology "Ease of heart her very look corwe ed " 1 y - Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4' Mis- sionary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Trevecca Mis- sionary Felowship 2, 3, 4, Reporter 35 Student Education Association 2, 3, 45 Literary Club 2, 3, 4: Treble Tone ghoir 2, 35 Ramblers Club TERRILL HADDIX A.B., Religion "Here's a hand to a man who has the courage to do what he knows to be right." Trevecca Athletic Association 25 Christian Workers Association 35 Ministerial Association 25 Science Club 15 West Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4. KENNETH HEMMERLY A.B., Biology "Frank and open-mindedg he is trustful and trustworthy." Science Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice President 2, Presi- dent 3, Treasurer 45 Class Vice President 3: Class President 45 Tennessee Club 1, 2. 3.. 4. President 3, Reporter 45 Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Trevecca Athletic Asso- ciation ,15 Dependability Award 3. JUDY HENDERSON A.B., Education-Psychology "A girl to brighten up the wayg not too solemn and not too gay." A transfer from Delta State Co1lege5 Trevecca Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Student Education Association 2, 3, 45 Christiaii Workers Associa- tion 2, 3, . H5119 knowled e in our bead! am ""' -1slEf".':'ff Y' 1 . l -5 " ORVILLE HALL "Strength also lies in serenity and poise as well as strenuous action." Ministerial Association 1, 2, 45 Christian Work- ers Association 1, 25 Art Club 4. JANICE HAY A.B., Education-Psychology "Mind cannot follow it, nor words express her infinite sweetness." Student Council Representative 15 Treble Tone Choir 15 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Music Club 2, 3, 45 President 35 Kentucky Club 1, 2, 35 DARDA Staff 2: Student Education Associa- tion 35 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2. L Ye? ie- A X. e in our loeamg Our aim if success EDITH HUSSEY A.B., Education-Psychology "A good name in man or woman is the immediate jewel of their souls." Florida Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Education As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 43SEi2egce Club 35 DARDA MARGARET CARSON KING "Where true fortitude dwells, loyalty, bounty friendship, and fidelity may be found." TREV-ECHOES Staff 2: Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1: Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3: Student Education 1. 2. 3, 43 All School Play 33 Speech Club 3. 4: Treble Tone Choir 1. v MARY HELEN LANE A.B., English "Constancy is the foundation for virtue." Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 2, 33 Literary Society 1, 25 Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennessee Club 1, 23 Ramblers Club 3, 4, TREV-ECHOES Staff 1, 23 Student Education Association 2, 3, 4: Treble Tone Choir 4: DARDA Business Man- ager 4g Class Secretary 1, 2, 33 Class Treasurer 4g General Activity Award 3. RACHEL LANIER A.B., Education-Psychology Even 'virtue is more fair when it appears in such a lovely person." Trevecca Athletic Association 1: Music Club l, 35 Christian Workers Association 1, 2: Stu- dent Education Association 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Florida Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 13 Science Club 3, 4. DORIS LASLEY A.B., English "Hidden depths that beautify the life." Georgia Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary lg Literary Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 1, Secretary 3, Student Education Association 3, 43 Art Club 3, 43 Science Club 2. EDWIN LeJ EUN E A.B., History "Living 'requires but little lifeg doing re- quires much." Music Club 1, Reporter 15 Science Club 1. 25 Student Education Association 2, 3, 4: Clio Society A3, 4, Treasurer 33 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Christian Workers Asso- ciation 2, 33 Class Vive -President 2: Class Presi- dent 3: Student Council Representative 4: Student Council Treasurer 4: Honor Society 4, President 43 Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities 4. MARILYN LITTON A.B., Biology f 1 "The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeedf' Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Sci- ence Club 1, 2, 3, 4: West Virginia Club 1. 25 Rambler's Club 3, 45 DARDA Staif 4. CORINNE LOWMAN A.B,, Education-Psychology "The 'mildest manner and gentlest heart." Transfer Student from John Wesley College, Greensboro, North Carolina, Christian Workers Association 4. MARGARET McDONALD A.B., Education-Psychology "Outward poise through inward peace." West Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Education As- sociation 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25 Music Club 25 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Literary Club 35 Chris- tian Workers Association 2. MARGARET MCMEANS A.B., Education-Psychology "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." Music Club 1, 25 West Virginia Club 1, 25 Ramblers Club 3, 4, President 45 Treble Tone Choir 15 Literary Staff 15 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Play 15 Stu- dent ,Education Association 2, 3, 4: Clio So- ciety 2, 3, 45 DARDA Staff 45 Art Club 3, 4. it' -U""VP Y 4 43 w E , EDITH MANNING A.B., Education-Psychology "All experience is an arch to build on." Science Club 2, 35 Trevecca Athletic Associa- tion 2, 35 Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4: East Tennessee Club 1. 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4. SHARRON MARLIN A.B., Education-Psychology "Success is her goal, and she knows no defeat." Class Vice President 1, 4: Class Reporter 25 Trevecca Athletic Association 1. 2. 3549 DAR- DA Staff 1. 2, 3, 4, Snap-Shot Editor 1, 2, Business Manager 3, Associate Editor 4: Trev-Echoes Staff 25 South. Carolina Club 1, 25 Florida Club 3, 4, President 3: Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, President 4: Art Club 3. 45 Student Education Association 1. 2. 3. 4,5 Plays: "Little Women," "A Man Called Peter, Directed: "Cowslip Corner." "The HOOSISI' Schoolmaster." We have no thou VW'ffffi"E"" "' '! l 'CD' PATSY MERCER A.B., Education-Psychology "The mirth and fun grew fast and furious." Class Treasurer 2, 3: Mississippi Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 1, President 23 Student Education Association 2, 3. 4: Music Club 1, 23 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Treble Tone Choir 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM NICHOLS A.B., Religion "Christ is not valued at all, unless He is valued above all." Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4:1 Speech Club 2, 3, 4: Christian Workers Association 1, 2,!3, 4: Alabama Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Trevecca Athletic Association 25 TREV-ECIQIOES Business Man- ager . an M IQ! 1 ' it to make .romlez better 97 EARLINE MASON A.B., Education-Psychology "Firm of words, speaking in deeds." Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 43 Art Club 3, 4, Reporter 4: Christian Workers Association 1, 2g Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 3, 4: All School Play 4, DALE MELTON A.B., Religion "The weak flee when the 'manly man goes forth to hold his own." Student Council President 4, Secretary 2, 3, Class President 1: Ministerial Association 1, 2. 3. 41 Secretary 3: Student Education Associ- ation 4: Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities 4: A Cap- pella Choir lg Florida Club l. 2, 3, 4: Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1. MILDRED NICKELL A.B,, Education-Psychology "Ah, blessed influence of one true loving human soul on another." Transfer student from K. M. B. I.g Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 3, 43 Student Education Association 2, 33 East Kentucky Club 3: Sci- ence Club 35 Christian Workers Association 3. BOBBYE JOEL NIEDRA A.B,, English "A sweet song, a true smile makes this life worthwhile." Christian .Workers Association 1, 2, 33 Treble Tone Choir 1. 4: A Cappella Choir 2, 33 Music Club 1, 25 Alabama Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta "Rin Van Winkle" 3. CHARLOTTE ANN PORTER A.B., Biology "The reward of a thing well done, is to have done it." Trev-Echoes staff 1, 25 editor 25 DARDA editor 35 Science Club 1. 2, 35 secretary 35 Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3: Treble- Tone Chorus 25 Honor Society 25 Student Edu- cation Association 2, 33 Trevecca Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 35 class reporter 15 Music Club 15 East Tennessee Club 1. 2, 35 Dorm Council 2: Student Council 2, 35 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 3. G. J. PRATT, JR. A.B., History "Knowledge with common sense is wisdom." F i si ,xv aught in the whirl of activities SHARON NORRICK A.B., Music Education "Love begins when we wish to serve others." Treble Tone Trio 35 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Treas- urer 2, 35 Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Treble Tone Choir 1, 25 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, Basket- ball All Star 15 Chrisgiarii Workers Association ROSEMARY PENNINGTON A.B. Science "Knowledge is the eye of desire and can become the pilot of the soul." 1 NATHAN PRICE A.B., Religion "A conscience void of offense toward God and toward men." Ministerial Association 1. 3, 4: SPeeC1'1.C1Ub il. President 15 Christian Workers Association J, 45 Treasurer 45 Florida Club 1, 3, 4. BARBARA QUICK A.B., Education-Psychology "So patient, peaceful, loyal, loving, pure." Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Sci- ence Club 1, 2, 35 Student Education Associa- tion 3, 45 East Tennessee Club 1. 2, 3. 4- e bard! note the winterfr pafyin M WILLIAM RHOADES A.B., Religion "God hath given us tongues that we may say something pleasant to our fellow men." Ministerial Association 3, 43 Christian Workers Association 2, 3, 4. GWENNETH SEBRING A.B., Religion "When duty whispers low, thou must, the youth replies, I can." T a f St d t f ' Glegiifille, Ilflirigis- 'rom Greenville- Couegg' l A , revecca Athletic Associ- ation 4: Ministerial Association 4. BEVERLY SIMS A.B., Education-Psychology I! Of manners gentle, of affection mild." Christian Workers Association 2, 3, 43 Student Education Association 2, 3, 43 South Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Missionary Prayer Band 3. JESSE SIMS A.B., Religion "An outward and visible sign of inward and spiritual grace." Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Min- isterial Association 1. 2, 3 4: Missionary Prayer Band 2, 31 Kentucky Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MITCHELL QUICK A.B., Religion "He watched, he served, he praised his Lord." Christian Workers Association 1. 2, 3, 45 Sci- ence Club 1, 25 Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 43 South Carolina Club 1. 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM RODDY A.B., Religion "Opportunity is the best Captain." Kentucky Club 1, 25 Trevecca Athletic Associ- ation 13 Ministerial Association l, 23 Christian Workers Association 1, 23 Class Vice President 2, President 3. MARITA SLIFER A.B., English "Truth makes the face of that person shine who speaks and owns it." Treble Tone Choir 15 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Secre- tary 41 Music Club 1, 2, Secretary 25 Literary Club 1, 2, 33 Reporter 35 Tennessee Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 45 Student Education Associa- .tion 1, 2, 3, 45 Trev-Echoes Staff 2, 35 Trevecca Athletic Association 1: Class Re- porter 35 Class Secretary 4. HUGH SMITH A.B., Religion "A little nonsense now and then is rel- ished by the wisest of men." Student Council Representative 15 All School Play 15 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Football All Star 3, 45 Trev-Echoes As- sistant Business Manager 35 DARDA Stair 45 East Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. v JIMMY STOCKS A.B., Biology "I shall show that the place does not honor the man, but the 'man the placef' JOY NELL THAXTON A.B., Education-Psychology "Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in a mirror." Music Club 15 Tennessee Club 1, 2, 35 Treble Tdne Choir 15 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Reporter 35 Trev-Echoes Staff 2, 35 Literary Club 2, Secretary 25 Christian Workers Association 15 Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, Reporter 3. fi liar RICHARD SMITH A.B., Religion "The true standard of quality is seated in the minolg he who thinks noble is noble." Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 43 Speech Club 1, 2, 35 Trevecca Athletic Associa- tion 3, 45 DARDA Photographer 3, 43 All School Play 3 SANDRA SMITH A.B., Education-Psychology "Happy am I, from care I'm freeg why arent they all contented like me?" Speech Club 15 Student Education Association 2 3, 4, Secretary 2, 35 Treble Tone Choir 15 A Cappella 2, 3, figkppegetta "Rip Van Win- e' . 'Tom and daughter V GUSTUS THOMPSON A.B., English "Courage is that virtue which champions the cause of right." Transfer Student from Freewill Baptist College. SYLVIA THRASHER A.B., Education-Psychology "Music exalts each joy, alloys each grief? Music Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 1, 23 Student Education Association 2, 3, 45 Christian Work- ers Association 15 Kentucky Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary lj Treble Tone Choir Accompanist 1, 2: A Cappella Choirl gg Student Piano Re- cita . 5' 5'--avr 9671 be proud of . . ." IOI -1 T MARY LOU TIEMANN A.B., Education-Psychology "To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved." Student Education Association 1, 2. 3, 45 Chris- tian Workers Association 1, 2. 3, 43 Missionary Fellowship 2, 3, 45 Georgia Club 1, 2, 43 Ram- bler's Club 3. ESTHER TRUESDALE A.B. Education-Psychology 7 "Friendship redoubleth joys and cutteth griefs in half." Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 41 Presi- dent 23 Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3, -l, Secretary 2, 33 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 33 Speech Club 1, 23 Ramblers Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES VAN HOOK A.B., Christian Education "He tried the luxury of doing good." Music Club 1, 2, 3: Class President 2: A Cap- pella Choir 1, 23 Librarian lg Male Chorus, Student Director 43 North Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary lg Trevecca Athletic Associa- tion 1, 2: Operetta "Rip Van 'Winkle" 33 Senior Recital 4, Freshman Class Play. JESSICA CSUSIEJ WARD A.B., Education-Psychology "N o spring 'nor summer beauty hath such grace." Student Education Association 2, 3, 43 Chris- tian Workers Association 33 Speech Club 3, 43 Trevecca Athletic Association 3, 43 East Ken- tucky Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3. Fimkloed products of T N DAVID WARREN A.B., Religion "He hath a heart as sound as a bell." Transfer student from K. M, B. 1.3 Missionary Fellowship 4, Ministerial Association 4. 9' -9.--our 2.1 hx jf' WADE WESTBROOK A.B., Religion "Truth was buried deep." A Cappella Choir 15 Music Club lg Alabama Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 23 Ministerial Association 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 1 Clio Society 45 Traveling Trio 3. JERRY WHEELER . A.B., Religion i g -1 "The load becomes lighter which is "I - cheerfully borne." Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Missionary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Rambler's Club 3, 4. PATSY WOOD A.B., Education-Psychology "Knowledge is not the main thing 'lu life, but the use of it." Music Club 1, 2, 3: Student Education Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, Vice President 23 A Cappella Choir 1, 2: Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3. Reporter 25 East Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2: Trevecca Athletic Association 2: Class Secretary 1: Class Vice President 2: Attitude Award 2: Trev-Echoes Staff 2: DARDA Staff 3: Honor Society 2, 3. JUDY WOODARD A.B,, Education-Psychology "Happiness is ilthe by-product of work well douef' South Carolina Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 23 Student Education Association 1, 2. 3, 4, Literary Club 1. 2. 3, 4. if 291' 107. O them' of the Class of '64 THOMAS HOUSEMAN . . ...... President J oHN CHILTON .... . . .Vice-President BARBARA JOHNSON . . ..... Treasurer LYNN BARNES ..... . . .Reporter PHYLLIS BUss .. ...................... Secretary DON IRVVIN .... . . .Student Council Representative JOHN A. KNIGHT . . .......... . .... Faculty Sponsor ig, :IR Q Ma ' ---Q Q z.. ..: ., , 4..- ' f 4 .Qwc i ' J 'Ev fs . -L, X . ,- , -.3 ,. ' 4 1 - ' rf Aunt- fb. 593.4 r fkimsf 2"dif:1.'-Emi ,sA2FHfNk':S.ifZ'1Twl!-figififriiyfx' : 3? H ' g m " ,bllv H ww H ' .:-- . ez., ,, ,Q N, W' , .51-15: Q Q' r -Ei? je? ' ' I ' ,, UM W, 1? N Tw, I I .af . H24 x -, Arffsi , h , H V W , , yu u H ,ljw ,V is 3' ?f'Q'l1 ,ffffw.4x ,j - - - ' ,A T- ' 'JL ',' 11.5- .-wwHwMz,yzmMf 2' ,W ws 9-5 J R. 'T Q 2 5 JM' MQ A Q MfN,,w Q ,m if ' 'N - 'i Z :': 1-Fe?7ff "". -11-' JERRY APPLEBY EDNA ARMSTRONG MARILYN BALDWIN JANESE BAKER LYNN BARNES ERBIN BAUMGARDNER LESLIE BEARDEN BARBARA BECKNER 3"'f:'f?,g-'T"""""' fig: '.:u'wnl'w I , vwwwwwww M md' I ,QW q,,L, ,. IW J, - Q,,MW N M W mu L..,A N 'il ,wen -'si .ix 104 " ky "W .., wi 4QQfgi ws.. , I ,A I 'PEI ' "Wag ME I l ,r I ., I ' ' ""'I I Q' 123 as L 'E L gaze 1 3 fr if I , 101. ,, Q? ,fvm ' .'f"f" " HE- :? " 41' - W 54-1 Q -'ff W 'ff' r - ' 3 W .. :3L1lI""3'-F' . ,. ' ' "?,-gk , 999' -I -,.: IWW' ww Wllv "av ll?ll"fEigQf55i1"f. V Vg' EW J. 15413 " TS" EI? , 1 L L ,LG -, :iff ii , . 7. T SYQTQA 1 ' w H va. I I .L . - iginv' , , f-.: : E ' ' if-7 3T"'f-5 M ' . ' V - -4 ' '1 , gl. A, -1 .- 5 ,zu , ' ' X'-1 - ' 1 1 H X 1ful'!Qw'M-Q - X 1 w 1 fi, , - L I I 5-V. ,.. , I ,A i A A H. wf1rj, 'a"' " T ,. RL .527 ' 2 . . '5 U EQ! ' I wk if SLO 511 :,,,'m,5, ' 3.31453 V ' s23ai1JHuSIWmwW:Wf?SI .. ., ..s J xx m . u 1u- ... ,. f "4'w51Ih::.Q-.. mm u' 45m m .f2e.:.-:S -' .1 In WHQ pg. ww lx ' ' , fx. .iL,El!,4 3? i-i,eF.'-- if Q. ' PHOEBE BOWNE DANNY BRANHAM PATRICIA BROACH CAROL BRYANT LILLIAN BUCKNER PHYLLIS BUSS JOHN CHILTON RUTH CHRISTENSEN' 'px .Jz JOHN CLAYTON PAM CLYBURN CAROLYN COLLINS SIDNEY COMFORT dim is I LARRY FOSTER EDITH FRYE MICHAEL GOLDEN DAVID HALE 1 71 4 v E . ' :Xu":',f Ex YY I ...,,....-,I Q , ggi i . 'Ing 'A f-" ' tl if ,, ' r ROGER COSTA DONNA DELK JIM EADES LeBRON FAIRBANKS IO , 14 QL- ' F VM' I, . 2" 'J M Y .ix 3 8 xr ' .Hy J' " ,I . grew ' I5 ,e z it Ll" 5 V wx L NW'I.fJ'tr.E,M'hIIlx.1.ll''- Fw A 'I L , u r - 5 3' IN-ni - l , ' ,-"- ' . Za -'. , 55. -- -ff5.A,4,.rL, wg . -.ffl . 51 -QJQM . iii.-V ' 4, 37" fl, ' -A 1 SM 'I-' - ' I jk. - '.',-, . ,J , ' ,Q"'J.2i,i' . '- H4 ,ZX I PATRICIA HALL SHELBIE HENDERSON PAUL HETRICK MARTHA HORD ' L , ul .:, I . I A:5 '.i , , . s ' THOM HOUSEMAN DONALD IRWIN KENNETH IRWIN BARBARA JOHNSON ES? fa . . 5, 1 mx 1 CAROL JOHNSON RAY KOHSER JAMES LASLEY EUGENE LEVINER W 93' ' Al MARY ALICE MCGILL 'I KATHLEEN McKAY A ALLEN MIDCAP an , K .. n ff I E: -I, MARY MOORE 33x"9-41' x 1 ' if - . 'lr 2-...V ,... -xl I Rf ff QM' f W my-LL ,f.- A ' WEEE? " E51 -' . '--I- A I El . A AII 2 I MARILYN LILLARD + 4 EVELYN LOYD 'Q j i JESSE LUSTER L " - JERRY MCCANT A ,E Q I' . . , ' 106 PHILIP NEELEY RUTH RAGLAND WARREN RAGLAND KATHLEEN RHYNE I-5 . ,fn 5 T75 'AEC C -IJ O f 2g,ffI"5 ' I L , NANCY SWAFFORD PAT TAYLOR ROBERT TAYLOR MARY TOOMBS I' I I M, -1' JOYCE SAVAGE A ' ' ALBERT TRUESDALE MARY RUTH SHARPTON RICHARD WATERMAN II KAREN SKINNER A I I Ax KAY WILLIS JANICE SMITH I I- P MYRON WISE t 5 -H IQ :-1:4-ferr I " 1 Lf S: I, ' 'N AIU 107 J N1 I ' ef'ij2f'2Uu H r X W 1 :f1,'sfH I I . p -5 We uh. f -1 f - :rl ,si ,A A le I ee" ,gsm , 5 K 1 ,,...N 5 I 114155. ' 'ffff m W 5 gif ' U., , K' Q1 QU' He- 36 Wife 48 -s '6!l i" 0 zkem' of the Class of '6 IO , , :lei A h H in H Q 'f' 1'A' i"'5-'f-QE-if-Si KENNY WALKER .. ..... President Jmss NLIDDENDORF . . . . . .Vice-President NANCY THAXTON DENNIS ORNER .. JOAN Gnovrss .. . . ..... Treasurer . . . .Reporter .......................Sec'retm'y WINONA FLATT ..... cz epresentative CHARLES L. CHILDERS . . ............ .Student Coun 'l R ... ...Sponsor ' ' "'1'W:ffQ5E7 , . 1 -L 'xr Vu B, N-us: .1 'U sig lx -V- ff ,,, JAMES BEARDEN BILL BEASLEY SUE BEELER A . W xx Y A ANNE BOHLER LINWOOD BOWN 1 A 4 RALPH CAIN - SARA CASDORPH ' BARBARA CATES Xj' FRANCES CHAMBERS -A DAVID BENSON BETTY BIRDWELL YVONNE CHAPMAN CATHERINE CHILTON RONALD COLEMAN 1 , CAROLYN CONNER N 1 RANDOLPH COOPER JANIE AUSTIN MARY BAGGETT BARNEY BAGGOTT JAMES BARNETT ,Q H"'wIl"'.. "H"' ',lyy,,111,.Y? - ' W Q N Y VN M 5 M Dig Jwwmlh A .,. A R ZWM A A , USR M ww ' 1-'N 1 fx,",",,,,..NNo.g9g"'Am H ,. ,g ',,H..H','N.sgw.. ffgizw' w ,ww A uxuxu ,I ww 33: u vw W I 13 H, M 'ww' N V A 11 lm! w - A Q '4i'A'3f21z!" N u Y 'Y A 7 li M Vifbxlg REM AhiYMY fm AW JANE CRANSHAW , A , My R+ Lim A , A 1'.3"5"'lg' R, ' Sw!! :sl ,N ,J , , M, ,M'Hyw'u, ',,wm,.,yfE Hung, 3 1- umm! ggi? My M f Ww,1,'N1',,fi53Q15MHHN Mu mm ' 'il - ,A wr ":: Sziifzgsfk w AL WM W 1 N . s " 4 R,:ERR:, ..::. A A , 23:1 ,-4 "T ' 1, X M yu K :A "1 ,"i5E5E5E':.: . , :ef 'vw , " r i ' ik V THX E X 1 :,:g5g?ij Y ' . V -Y-.Ac--Q L F1', 1o9 JEAN CRANSHAW JOAN GROVES GLENDA HARPER CHARLES HARRIS DALE HATFIELD PAM DINKINS AL HAYES DALLAS HILL JAMES HILL any 'R my , ' B :L f-1, H ' ' ,1 " fn- .J .'- ' ., ' ' ' ' I V I 'I ' my Ei 'TEL Tyr? - -- W I fi, if an I WAYNE DOLLAR THOMAS DUNCAN MARY ANN HORN S-f 'Sala CHARLOTTE ELLIS DONNA ELLISON LESLIE FARTHIN G . . BOYD HooPs , A A in J, J ,A U! A zmasmmzsg 1a2wsHK2f?.i- JUDY FERRISS CAROL FILER WINONA FLATT A ' . MARGARET GORDON 5321? ' TOMMIE JEAN HOWARD 110 F, 1 !WH,,,,.,i:Lggg5:gm: 1 MWW. U wsfdfngggfufm ,. F Q . ' fi: ' - s 2 E l F'J 'wr Q-'iq 9 9 -r"'v MARTHA J ARED MARY JO JENKINS GLENN HUGGINS RENA I-IUGGINS RICHARD HUMSTON ROBERT IRELAND KEITH JOHNSON CHARLES MARTIN 'A 11' .li . I ' .gulf GARY JONES MARY JONES LLOYD MANNING --a '-w ,w ss '55 i RONALD JORDAN JAMES KESTER PAULINE MCBRYANT SUZANN A McMANUS JUNE MCQUINEY 1 IE E Qu -- w uw ,E ' - w m 4.7,mwvwmwumwum , WSW KATHLEEN KESTER POLLY KEY SHIRLEY LEONARD CURTIS LEWIS SUSAN MARLOWE 1 , gi F? ' ' i E,E H' I 7 - Iuirnlzln l .ggi ' I . S OIHY I f ' ' , ' - . ' in 9?4 5?g? 1 25155 ,fad-if I III , MIIfSi11HMIq11AE?1 fi WEEE 5 NANCY MASTIN MARY MEIGHAN 1 1 W JANICE OSBORNE FRANK PARKER NORMA PARRISH BRENDA PICKENS HOWARD MELTON - GERALD MERSHIMER L, , , I 'Q ww . .- v V, T 'W" M, -. 5 ' BRENDA POWERS 1- A . . MARIE PRICE ,N , BETTIE RATLIFF H, .F ii DON REEVES SHIRLEY RIDDLE w I 2535255355 M EEA? 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STEPHEN MORRIS WILHELMTNA NEISLER JEAN NELSON DENNIS ORNER li' .-av gf CHARLES SAVAGE JAMES SEXTON X 4 , .2 -Q ANY N LAMAR SMITH J oAN NE SPOLARICH GENE SMITH JAMES WHITT VIRGINIA WILCOX GORDON ROSS LUCILLE ROWE MILDRED SALLEE GAEBLER GARY SANSON LUCY WILLIAMS JUDY WILEY Xa ,J I A UR we - sw' I A A A L A A i I 113 BARBARA STILES JOHN SUGG NANCY THAXTON ROBERTA THOMAS JEANNE THRASHER ANN VAN HOOK KENNY WALKER WANDA WALKER GLENN WHEATON unior Tloeologzkal .ftualnty Special Studenty Juniors: Grace Bright Doyle Brittain Fred Cobbs Paul Crew Robert Cullen Fred Cunningham Bonifacio Fraustro Harold Furniss Don Henderson Ed Irwin James Sisson Bob Smith Richard Stephens Sara Story John Taylor Gene Wiseman CARL SMITH TED GOLLII-IER PARKER NETTLES ARTHUR PICKARD DAVID DIEHL AGNUS GOLLIHER - -' W' . -mmm A Q- if I l , T f .sc 1591 C Q as - 7, . . L Y N ., ,X gm: V ,1 as W ' Lv .. Camera Slay 11 Sophomores: George Armstrong Milton Baker Verlan Bond Frank DeLapp Earl Fry James Hanson Mary John Hanson Vernon Henderson Harold J arratt Syble Jones Joyce Pickens Roy Ragsdale James Shaw Bill Sessoms Larry Smith Charlotte Stamm David Stucki Julia Tyson Charles Woody 0 icerx of the Clam of '66 AUBREY SMITH . , ....... President EUGENE GLENN . . . . .Vice-President CAROL J oHNsoN . . . .Treasurer MARY BLUME . . . . .Reporter ANN JACKSON . . . ...................... Secretary STEVE OLIVER ...... .Student Council Representative MISS BARBARA MCCLAIN ..................,. Sponsor 'i. -1.4 ,H - '- . -,,. ..-, 'elm , R his if , 1 r -r A w w N wad I N 'Sal 4 1 I2 ,. 1 1. 545 I , :I -. 5 W l ,yarn -fu' L1- E I 1 M, , ,, A , V vw' v "nl . 5, A ...,..- W ---Q H ' V 1- , wxi..,...ng:,N.,IM, Emmy 3,12-1:-..:.,-.f. 'fQwQ54a2Aesz4f:1eff'1222755 I -M E--2-3.3.-Zi:ii:SE "Ei"eiffsL ' gr + A asia ' 'fin 'N 11 ,, Hg N . 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First Row: Ray Byrd Reba Carter Albert Carey Natalie Clayton Cleta Cline Eugenia Cloud Second Row: Margaret Collins Shirley Collins Dovie Jean Conner Lynda Cook Kuhrman Cox Norman Cox Third Row: Sharon Crummer Ralph Curtis Gene Dalton William Daugherty Jerry Davis Sharon Deason Fourth Row: Sylvia Dell George Denby Annie Pearl Dill Larry Dodson Judy Drake Gene Dunaway T6 at 'V 5 in 'si' ' Y: J, I E 19,5 V , 'gem-., J. ..,. . First Row: Darrell Grant Charles Greer Jimmie Grogan Rosemary Grubbs David Hage Don Hale Second Row: Everett Hanner Mary Hanson James Harris Ann Hawkins Robert Henderson Jane Hersman Third Row: Sara Hill Jack Hinton Pamela Holt Barbara Hooper Thomas Hoppe Roger Hord Fourth Row: Henry Horton Clara Houston Gerald Huff Larry Huggins Linda Hulse Esther Hyatt sb? First Row: Barbara Duncan Paul Farley Esther Farmer Richard Fisher Jan Forman Joyce Fulenwider Second Row: Kenneth Fulks Sue Gaertner Gladys Gassett DeWayne Gill Cathryn Gladding Eugene Glenn Third Row: Norma Godley Ferrell Gomer Ray Gomer Ronald Goodman Carol Goodwin Constance Gordon First Row: Joe Irwin Ann Jackson Harris Jamison Melba Jenkins Carol Johnson Sharon Johnson Second Row: Carolyn Kent Jimmie Knight Norene Knox Betty Lacy Mavis Lawson Sonja Lawson Third Row: Linda Linn David Lord Larry McCumber Jim WcWhorter James Mahan Roslyn Marlin .. ui f 125, X . ,ik nfl ' 0 ..., 1.7 .5 .av ' 1 --1,4 " I ,' ,Q ,ww ik sa X iw M X . , iv. ,il lr I .,.. . v 1 ml ws LETS! . my ' , 5 .5 Ai, . . K J l , , . -. l l 93 laik' 6 4 E 10- : -. ,.- 1 f , may . s r '- 'L Q ' 4. 1-:Lyn L 7 1 ' ,QA ,XZ K "wr H , : ww ' A - ? ' x,... A k , ,,, 4' 4 w sf' ,. V , A . y 1 , if 1 Qi. mx.: s i O I Q '-- ., Q -if-,, cz' W ffiffxllli ' , K iw q-av 8 J.f1 IP' J fi -gi? Q f iii E S First Row: Anita Martin Ruth Ellen May Martha Middendorf Jeff Moles Beverly Moore Sandra Murphree Second Row: John Murphy Levis Nally Sherrell Neilson Kathryn Newton James Null Donald Nutter Third Row: Roy Oliver Danny O'Nea1 Thomas Park David Parrish Eddie Patterson Phoebe Pears Fourth Row: Ronald Pelton Dianne Peters Gail Petry Carol Pickens David Post Ruth Quick fi ,sp ' X I J ,' lr '.I First Row: Judy Sykes Gary Simmons Melvin Smalley Aubrey Smith Margie Smith Marie Smith Second Row: Jacqueline Sommer Betty Sparks James Stevens Diana Stewart Dianna Stiglets Carol Stone Third Row: Richard Storer Brenda Story Kathy Studt Jimmie Tabors Carl Taylor Gaius Thompson Fourth Row: Freida Tower Lloyd Tucker Joseph Tyson Sharron Vennum Janet Vernon Carolyn Walker ff' .,.'4"- lr .Je 90 w-, 2:5 ff if First Row: Gerald Quick Linda Ranson Richard Reed Carol Richardson June Riddle Larry Ries Second Row: Dorothy Roberts Donald Rogier Donald.Ross Karen Salser Dale Saltkill Earl Sams Third Row: Ruth Sams Allan Sandifer John Shortinghouse Barbara Sharpton Etna Sheridan Carl Sherman U 2 Q at I M 1 A 1 . 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Eugene Broach .,,..-EQHQ4 -ia, " . fi , ix I , 4 :Lisa 51. ' vs-is "sf w w VW Lifes., ,. gn I I . Wg? Tia mf mx 9 Wig: .fizgzx W 1- ..-55427 is f I.. I 1 1 ,3 w w , . 2 19" QCL. re Q-D 9 J -. i ' Wi.. ,1 .L , n 1 ef' K ' 1 .- :s mm., l 35 G., , ,ff ' "2 .,. , ,5wf,:,,fME-!- :V , 5 E -. i l Know'st thou the excellent joys of youth? Joys of the dear companions, and of the merry word, and laughing face? Joys of the glad, light-beaming day-joy of the wide-breath'd games? Yet, 0 my soul supreme! Know'st thou the joys of pensive thought? Joys of the free and lonesome heart-the tender, gloomy heart? Joy of the solitary walk-the spirit bowed yet proud-the suffering and the struggle? Leaves of Grass, WALT WHITMAN if -, .are gre' . RX ,A r' -E T: 3 as "":U,. X 'b Rl x Zygz if. igz' iz' ' ' .? "1-4 4 . :E .. 1 ' - 4 4 I. K ' I - ,fi n 5 5 S , , ,Y X ,. . ,. 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T revecca Atbletzk Arfociation The Trevecca Athletic Association began the season under the able leadership of Jim Stocks. Nancy Swaf- ford was elected vice-president. Other officers are: Jim Knight, secretaryg Barney Baggott, treasurer and Delta chairmang Beverly Moore, reporterg Eddie Patterson, Beta chairmang Hugh Smith, Alpha chairman. The enthusiasm of football fans grew when "Hag foot- ball" was adopted. Ping-pong Won oh'-icial approval with tournaments in the winter quarter. . 1,113 .,. A , TAA Omcers Agnlaa 957' ' lbw' .foczlety ti Stocks makes another gain Floor action 2 5 -. Z, sis, -1 Sul 'll Here comes ole Toughie Smith I .. .,., A Y , 5 jim. gunman -Skim 2 Ebb' I'2, K5 ' "32f,2"1 - ' ' , -. 'r ' 5-. at b N, x D , , .g - , ,.. F1 'f 1 ' -- , 9 Q 1 J' ' ' , ,L x ' K "' ' 1 '1 ' fisf 1 1 3' . . N 1 ' 5 , , t ' . ' - --H . .gt I mt' ..- X ' . "" X A ,Wa A . V , 1 1 W - W , -- ' R 1:-iq 'Y . - ' , ..,,..,,. - - 2-12: .Sd A: 4- a"f K 331 , .1 A , -59, 1 V I .x--' ,,,,e -ri 1 hm,-A - -ff . -,V 1 fi , YG! 5. W , A Q L ' 5 41- .. .- A sqm - E! fee 4 .., '- :::f . ,...,.....,.,,1 -""".. . , . --- Ivstfb-,Alt V A t V YY 1 '-. F ' -. A ..: . ' c ' -- f f if - 'ste ..,. A K 'eva .,..s,,.,. --.- I .. f. 'K . ' Q In " '1e,fv:- is Y W , 5" 'iz I . .1 rms , 4jg,.e.:.vW nm X . - -- E ' ,u " ' my . ' .f "Q, I 7' 3 -A h ,J A , .. -4 ' , E - IL- M, , - D . I , , . Football The Alpha football squad elected Hugh Smith as captain and launched the season in hopes of regaining the form that made them champs in previous seasons. After losing their first 11 games, they finally caught fire and finished with a 7-15 record. They placed three team members on the All-Star squad: Ray Byrd, Lester Byington, and Hugh Smith. Left to ri ht. Nanc Swafford Jane Cranshaw, Mary Blume g ' Y , 1 Beverly Moore, Mickey McMeans, Jean Cranshaw, Sandra Murphy. f ' . . 1 4 h Left to right: Ed Sisson, Billy Joe Richey, Lester Byington, Gwenneth Sebring, Glenn Wheaton, Denn1-s Omer, Don Hale-. Basketball The Alpha basketball team elected Dennis Orner as captain and finished the season in second place. The Alphas placed Ed Sisson on the All-Star squad, He was voted Most Valuable Player and made honorary captain of the All-Star team. Left to right: Paul Beckum, Glenn Wheaton, Terrill Haddix, Lester Bymgton, Billy Joe Richey, Backfield: Hugh Smith, Gwenneth Sebring, Ray Byrd, Don Hale. A , "' QQ ' as 'A R5 V, ,. V, 'ie , Q Q- J f is K ' X ' x , 4 J al lg Q-Y I N V :r P' a . . 7' , J -JS, ,a -, ., 31: ., ,,::, , ,. Beta ifoczbty ' ' ' T " :wfeff-my V : 1 figs sf 54 A M l M w - ,MM k,g: , , 5"LW'liE!55i55'!?l ' ' rv ' f Jie., Mi? Foo'rsALL TEAM: Line: Knight, Oliver, Patterson, Joiies, Cook, Costa, Walker, Bailey. Backfield: Leviner, Stocks, Huff, Tabors. f .. , f ,4-' ' 5 V U 3 V w , H, A H' , ,. , , Football The Beta football team elected Roger Costa as cap- tain and tried hard to retain their championship of two years 161-625 . Their 12-10 record was good enough for a second-place finish in the final standings. The Betas placed Eddie Patterson, Jim Stocks and Jim Knight on the All-Star Team. L " A, K 'TT . 4- ,, K, - -fs 1 ' -'TQ ' 4 ' sa 'S ' HY? T , .:,': 2 , -H' ' ' fm ' 1 a J ' will ..,, l 'iw " "Please 110114 hurt me Eddie." A a s A w k 1 M . T..- J 5 -I- X- X U Ti.-my., 53:4 ., ,, . I Q --5-it ' -.:f:i, i B ' aye b f s -I-5 -A BASKETBALL TEAM. First Row: Costa, Taylor, Bailey, Tabors. Second Row: Knight, Hanner, Walker, Manning, Peterson. BASKETBALL TEAM. Bain, Gordon, Baggott, Jackson, S. Marlin, Cloud, Vernon, Farmer, R. Marlin. Basketball The championship Beta team lost only once during the entire season. Jim Knight, captain, and Ken Walker, co-captain, led their team to victory. The Betas placed Jim Knight, Ken Walker, and Lloyd Manning on the All-Star Squad. The Beta Society lmder the leadership of Eddie Patterson finished first in basketball and second in football. yr-- , X. w, 1, 1 -,pw .,,gU.f1,, , Y M N ii! Walker made a basket! Rah! Rah! Rah! M- a , if N Wim5'5f5i 1 'B N, , ' 'an tlgili i 'I l if . Na .1 15 fi A 'N MK x- f' . , I Tw. up rjnv if ya Wim 5 gy , r no -. I . .... - . ,N S S' Niiflkff , 1 , , 'E fl? T."h' 1-frees: Y - ,nam ,, .1 W .,,,,A Y .Vai-,LUN J -A wg' -t. ,1-.-7-V il: gui ,FV H ' ' EQ A' 1 . it-Ziff' ' I ' t ' 1 mia - 1 . f ' f 'JW ' E' . at QW? ' , -M " . , ' af- we "VwV"3?gk'2144 Q 35 V. 1' ' N' B ' Q ' Mia., ' ' Bnwhifjf' T-jj ,Up -Q - A!-.., -an Q Just a little scrimmage for practice Football The Delta Society elected Barney Baggott as Chair- man and started the year with success as they captured the football crown from the Betas. Co-captains of the football team were Wayne Dollar and Barney Baggott. Before anyone knew what was happening, they had run up a string of thirteen games, enough to clinch the trophy. However, as the Alphas jelled and the Betas got hotter, the Deltas ended the season with a 14-8 record. They sent Wayne and Barney to the All-Star team. DELTA BASKETBALL TEAM. Left to Right: Mike Golden, Jan Forman, Al Carey, Steve Oliver, Jerry Appleby, Carl Breeden. an Left to right: Judy Drake, Polly Key, Sharon Crummer, Melba Jenkins Bafketball The Delta basketball team elected Wayne Dollar as Captain. From the beginning of the season victory seemed elusive for the Delta five. Although continually in the basketball cellar, they fought hard and were steadily improving when the season ended. The Deltas placed Jan Forman on the All-Star Basketball Team. DELTA FOOTBALL TEAM. Left to Right: Golden, Forman, Middendorf, Neilson, Nettles, Storer, Dollar, Bying120I1, Ifwifl, Baggott, Hoops, Dennis, R. Oliver, Thaxton. ef Q A fe, rs 7 E -fi' at M, ,M 1 '-. Elf: ' f fuk. 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H - ' ?"NGTQN V LESTER " ALL-STAR BASKETBALL TEAM M0513 Valuable Player Left to Right: Jan Forman, Jim Knight, Ed isisson, Ken Walker, Captain Of the A11-Star Team Lloyd Manning Leading Scorer ED s1ssoN ifpeczkzl Awards Most Valuable Player NANCY SWAFFORD ALL-STAR GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right: Nancy Swafford, Jean Cran- shaw, Polly Key, Mickey McMeans, Jane Cranshaw, Beverly Moore. K Student ndex ADAMS, Janice . . . ......... Box 313, Bamberg, South Carolina ADKINS, Joyce ....................... Gallagher, West Virginia ADRIAN, Sharon .... 2719 Rollingwood Lane, Atlanta 16, Georgia ALLEN, Carole ..... . .......... 160 Pinecrest, Titusville, Florida ALLRED, Edward .... 2008 Smith Springs Road, Nashville, Tenn ANDREWS, Joyce ................ Route 3, Greencastle, Indiana ANDREWS, Robert ....... ,... R oute 1 Box 241, Venice, Florida APPLEBY, Jerry ...... 72 Kassing Drive, East St. Louis, Illinois ARENDER, Lynda ........ Route 1, Box 86, Jackson, Mississippi ARMSTRONG, Edna ....... 72 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee ARMSTRONG, George ................... T. N. C. Trailer Court ASKEW, Douglas ........... 2461 Beech Avenue, Macon, Georgia AUSTIN, Janie ......... 5073 Lurline Drive, Jackson, Mississippi BAGGETT, Mary .......... 1505 Debow, Old Hickory, Tennessee BAGGOTT, Barney .,...... 535 Poplar Street, Winnsboro, S. C. BAIN, Joyce .......... 621 Elm Avenue, S.E., Roanoke, Virginia BAILEY, Richard. .604 Louise Avenue, Charlotte, North Carolina BAKER, James ........,..... Route 2, Box 41, Lewisburg, W. Va. BAKER, Janese ..... ....................... L inville, Virginia BAKER, Milton ......... .Route 6, Box 149, Charlottesville, Va. BALDWIN, Marilyn ...... 825 Denmark Avenue, Louisville, Ky. BARNES, Lynn ....... 1020 White Creek Pike, Nashville, Tenn. BARNETT, Betty ....... T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. BARNETT, James. BARNHILL, Bob.. BAUMGARDNER, BEARDEN, James ..,...... BEARDEN, Leslie. BEASLEY, George. .... .. BECKER, Barbara ............. . . . . . . .T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . .Pocallo Trailer Park, Stunter, S. C. Erbin. .1906 Lavvnview Ave., Hubbard, Ohio .633 W. Congress, Brookhaven, Miss. .......... 1756 Hillmont, Nashville, Tenn. .223 W. Bethel Avenue, Moultrie, Ga. .304 Riverland Drive, Salem, Va. BECKUM, Paul .... ............ 1 436 Taylor, Memphis, Tenn. BEELER, Sue .... .... B ussell Ferry Road, Lenoir City, Tenn. BELL, Samuel .......... T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. BENSON, David Ernest ..... 13360 S.W. 266 Street, Naranja, Fla. BENSON, David Ronald ......... 205 S. Commerce, Sebring, Fla. BENSON, Nancy .......... ...... 1 42 Avenue, Princeton, Fla. BIRDWELL, Betty .......................... Gruetli, Tennessee BLACKWELDER, Martha Robinson Church Road, Route 1, Harrisburg, N. C. BLAIR, Wanda .................. BLOUNT, George .... BLUME, Mary ..... .................... BLYTHE, George ........ BOHLER, Anne ....... BOND, Verlan .... BOWLES, Philip ......... BOWN, Linwood ........ BOWNE, Phoebe .......... Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . .56 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Box 24, Cory, Indiana T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. .606 Longview Drive, Johnson City, Tenn. ....,.................Route6,Paris,Tenn. T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. 11 Bishop Street, St. Albans, Vermont 608 Second Street S., Cordele, Georgia BRANHAM, Bertha Louise .... 74 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. BRANHAM, Danny ........ 74 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee BREEDEN, Carl ..... ................ R oute 2, Odon, Indiana BRIGHT, Grace .... ..... 1 22 S. 6th Street, Newcastle, Indiana BRIGHT, Ruth ..... ..... 1 22 S. 6th Street, Newcastle, Indiana I BRIM, Robert ...... BRITTAIN, Doyle .... BROACH, Eugene ....... BROACH, Patricia. . . BROOKS, Judy ........ . BRYANT, Carol ........ . BUCKNER, Lillian ....... BUICE, Mary ...... BUNCE, John .... BURTON, Jerry .... BUSS, Phyllis ........... BYINGTON, Lester .... BYRD, Ray .......... CAIN, Ralph. .... CAREY, Albert .................. 1720 E. 8th Street, Jeffersonville, Ind. . . .Box 204-A Pinson Road, Albany, Ga. .T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville .912 Broadrnoor Drive, Nashville Tenn. , Tenn. , Tenn. , Tenn. BROWN, Paul Kenneth. . .3800 Central Avenue, Nashville . . .1912 Brannen Road, Atlanta 16, Ga. ..Route 1, Box 412, Leesburg, Florida . . . . . . . . . . . .R.F.D. 1, Bainesville, Ga. . . . . . . . .1004 Maxwell, Nashville, Tenn. Route 1, Camby, Indiana .200 Royal Palm Way, Belle Glade, Fla. . . . . . . . .1123 West Cedar, Bristol, Tenn. . . . . . .1138 Peabody, Memphis, Tenn. .280 S. 5th Street, Byesville, Ohio Star Route, Manchester, Tenn. CARROLL, Jacqueline ......................... Wildwood, Ga. CARTER, Reba Louise.Route 1, Jenkins Rd., Chickamauga, Ga CASDORPH, Sara. .1320 West Virginia Avenue, Dunbar, W. Va. CATES, Barbara ..................... Hill Street, Cowan, Tenn. CHAMBERS, Frances .......... 2104 E. Baugenville, Tampa, Fla. CHAPMAN, Yvonne ...... 1135 Prosch Avenue, Tarrant 7, Ala. CHILTON, Catherine ........ CHILTON, John ....... CHRISTENSEN, Ruth ....... CLAYTON, John ....... CLAYTON, Natalie ........ CLINE, Cleta ....... CLOUD, Eugenia ..... CLYBURN. Lowell ...... CLYBURN, Pamela ......... COBBS, Fred ............ COLEMAN, Ronald .... COLLINS, Carolyn ....... COLLINS, Margaret ..... COLLINS, Shirley ..... COMBS, Janene ................ CONNER, Carolyn. . . CONNER, Dovie Jean ........ COOK, Gene ............... COOK, Lynda ........ COOPER, Randolph . . . COSTA, Esther ....... COSTA, Roger ..... COX, Kuhrman .... COX, Norman .... CRAIG, James ....... CRANSHAW, Jane ....... CRANSHAW, Jean ....... CREW, Paul ......... CROCKETT, Willie .... CRUMMER, Sharron ................. CRUVER, Clifford ...... . .820 Sycamore Drive, Decatur, Ga. .820 Sycamore Drive, Decatur, Ga. .5936 N.W. lst Avenue, Miami, Fla. . . . .Trevecca College, Nashville, Tenn. Trevecca College, Nashville, Tenn. . . . .437 Midland Avenue, Belle, W. Va. .4106 Central Avenue, Tampa, Fla. . . .88 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn .88 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn 521 Penn. Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. . . . . . . . .18 Wortham Street, Salem, Va. . . . . . . .Box 268, Pineville, W. Va. . . . .Route 1, Estill Springs, Tenn. .Route 1, Estill Springs, Tenn. 213 Young Street, Marseilles, Ill. .146 W. Riverview Drive, Belle, W. Va. .Route 2, Box 98, Catlettsburg, Ky. .75 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. ...............Box174,Kennesaw,Ga. . . . .4220 Curtis Avenue, Louisville, Ky. . . . . .53 Paris Avenue, Nashville, . . . . .53 Paris Avenue ....Route 3, Box 248 .....Route 3, Box 248, .................Route , Nashville, , Kingston, Kingston, 1, J oelton, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. 1512 Carpenter Street, Brunswick, Ga. 1512 Carpenter Street, Brunswick, Ga. .. . .723 Currey Road, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . .77 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . 1025 Vassar, Orlando, Fla. .306 Peachtree Street, Nashville, Tenn .Student Index CULLEN, Robert ........... 79 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. CUNNINGHAM, Fred .... . . . .68 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. CURTIS, Ralph ........................ Route 2, McEwen, Tenn. DALTON, Gene. .Trevecca College Private Dr., Nashville, Tenn. DAUGHERTY, William ...... 2815 Dixie Avenue, Savannah, Ga. DAVIS, Jerry ................. 417 Lanier Drive, Madison, Tenn. DEASON, Sharon ..... 1837 Bankhead Parkway, Huntsville, Ala. DeLAPP, Frank ........ DELK, Donna .......... DELL, Sylvia Jeanine. . DENBY, George ........ DENBY, John Henry... DENNIS, Garnald ...... DIEHL, David ........ DILL, Annie Pearl ....... DINKINS, Permelia ...... DODSON, James ..... DOLLAR, Wayne ........ .. . . . . . .66 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . .Box 92, Jamestown, Tenn. . . ..... 2541 Tebrau, Waycross, Ga. . . . . .3010 17th Street, Sarasota, Fla. .. ..... 3010 17th Street, Sarasota, Fla. . . . . .66 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. .. . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 1, Zelienople, Penn. .. . . . . . . .Route 3, Box 370, Jasper, Ala. 5622 Buffalo Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla. .. . . . . . . . . . . ..Route 3, Hillsboro, N. C. . . . . .107 Alexander Road, Fairfax, Ala. DONALDSON, Sharon ..... Route 3, Box 406, Merritt Island, Fla. DO OLITTLE, Ronald Apt. C-1, Shelby Court Apts., Nashville, Tenn. DRAKE, Judy ............... 508 South Bend, Donalsonville, Ga. DUNAWAY, Gene ...... 1404 Benjamin Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. DUNCAN, Barbara.2319 Mt. Vemon Ave., Point Pleasant, W.Va. DUNCAN, Thomas.2319 Mt. Vernon Ave., Point Pleasant, W.Va. EADES, Jim ........... EADS, Eldridge .... ELLIS, Charlotte ..... ESTEP, Carolyn Moore. . .401 Catawba Avenue, Columbia, S. C. . . . .75-C Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. .. . . . . . .721 S. E. 3rd Pl., Hialeah, Fla. 565 West "F" Street, Ontario, Calif. ELLISON, Donna ........... . . . . . .85 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. EVANS, Maurice ......... . .2541 Hibbits Road, Nashville, Tenn. FAIRBANKS, LeBron ........... 40-E 42nd Street, Hialeah, Fla. FARLEY, Paul ......... .. . .814 S. Orange Avenue, Arcadia, Fla. FARMER, Esther ............... 617 E. 20th Street, Hialeah, Fla. FARTHING, Leslie ..... . . .73 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. FERRISS, Judy ..... 704 Woodward Street, Chattanooga 4, Tenn. FILER, Carol ............ 527 Twitmyer Avenue, Sharpsville, Pa. FISHER, Richard ....... FLATT, Winona .... FOOTE, Connie .... FORMAN, Jan ..... FOSKEY, Marilyn .... FOSTER, Larry .... FRAME, Marcella ...... FRAUSTRO, Bonifacio. FRYBERGER, Roy ..... FRYE, Earl .......... FRYE, Edith .......... FULENWIDER, Joyce . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .406 Mill, Seymour, Indiana . . . .834 Sharron Circle, Lakeland, Fla. .28C Magnolia Street, Norfolk, Va. . . . . . .2356 Toussaint, Savannah, Ga. . . . .306 Broad Street, East Dublin, Ga. ...............Route 2, Xenia, Ohio ......214 N.W. I Street, Richmond, Ind. .. . . . . . . . . . . .1804 Cortez, Laredo, Texas . . . . . . . . .906 N. 10th Street, Reading, Pa. ....517 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . .517 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. ....................Route1,Logan,Ala. FULKS, Kenneth David .......... 2091 Lee Road, Akron 6, Ohio FULLER, Dorothy Jean FULLER, Vemon ...... FURNISS, Harold ...... . . . . . . . . . . .2204 Elliot, Nashville, Tenn. .................Route 1, Moulton, Ala. 85,Pinevi1le, Ky. GAERTNER, Sue ......... 15374 Mansfield Street, Detroit, Mich. I GALLOWAY, Jack . . . GASSETT, Gladys .... GEISE, Juanita .... . GILL, DeWayne .... GIVAN, Shirley ...... .. .711 Woodmont Blvd., Clarksville, Tenn. ...............Route3,FortValley,Ga. . . . .Box 41, Bentonville, Ind. ...................Box308, Vidalia, La. .. . . . .305 Oakview Drive, Nashville, Tenn. GLADDING, Cathryn ............ 223 South 8th, Vincennes, Ind. GLENN, Gene ........ GODLEY, Norma .... .. . .2454 Marble Drive, Jacksonville, Fla. .. . ...... 3516 Brailsford, Brunswick, Ga. . . .... 3 South Street, Shawmut, Ala. GOLDEN, Michael .... GOLLIHER, Agnes ..... GOLLIHER, Ted ...... ....86 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . . .86 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. ....93 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. GOMER, Ray ......... GOODMAN, Ronald .... GOODWIN, Carol ..... GORDON, Constance ....................Sewanee, Tenn. . . . .732 Covington Street, Jackson, Ga. ..........2119 Garrs Lane, Louisville, Ky. GORDON, Margaret .... 1900 Garibaldi Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. GOULD, Brenda .......... 1342 W. State Street, Columbus, Ohio GRANT, Darrell ...... .......... R oute 1, Kingston, Missouri GRAY, Martha ................. 86 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. GREATHOUSE, Rebecca. . .2425 Eastland Ave., Nashville, Tenn. GREER, Charles ..... 1231 Walnut Grove Road, Knoxville, Tenn. GROGAN, Jimmie ....... 1714 Denton Avenue, Cookeville, Tenn. GROVES, Joan ............ 847 Monongalia, Morgantown, W. Va. GRUBBS, Rosemary ..................... Route 3, Madison, Ind. HADDIX, Terrill . HAGE, David ......... HALE, David ..... HALE, HALL, HALL, Don ......... Orville, Jr.. . . . Patricia ..... HANNER, Everett .... HANSEN, HANSEN HANSEN HARPER, James ....... .. . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 1, Box 211, Elkins, W. Va. .714 N.W. 33rd Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ............Route 1, Box 1262, Cocoa, Fla. ................Mineral Wells, W. Va. . . . .5756 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. ......86 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. ............Route 1, Norman, Ind. . . . .81 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. , Mary John .... .... 8 1 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. , Mary Viola ........... Route 1, Willow Springs, Mo. Glenda. . .2508 Highland Avenue, Parkersburg, W. Va. HARRIS, Charles ............. 723 Dover Drive, Nashville, Tenn. HARRIS, James .... . ...... 10 Fox Chase Street, Rossville, Ga. HARRIS, Larry ........................ Route 1, Woodburg, Ga. HATFIELD, Dale ...... Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. HAWKINS, Ann ....... Route 3 Kelly Lane, Chattanooga, Tenn. HAY, Janice ...... . . . . . . . .1612 Burkesville Road, Albany, Ky. HAYES, Alvin .............. 1210 Frederica Pl., Jacksonville, Fla. HEMMERLY, Kenneth. . .1435 McGavock Pike, Nashville, Tenn. HENDERSON, HENDERSON, HENDERSON, Robert. HENDERSON, HENDERSON, HERSMAN, Jane ...... HETRICK, Paul .... HILL, Dallas .... HILL, James. . . . HILL, Sara .... Don ...... 46B University Court, Nashville, Tenn. Judy ......... 75 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . .263 S. 5th Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. Shelbie ........ 551 McClure Road, Jackson, Miss. Vernon ....... 75 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . . .1725 Park Street, Parkersburg, W. Va. . . . .60 Woodard Street, Nashville, Tenn. ................Green Bank, W. Va. ...........ROute 2, Petersburg, Tenn. . . . .815 Savage Road, Charleston, S. C. Student Index HINTON, Jack ............. 93-A Carroll Street, Nashville, Tenn. HOLT, Pamela ......... 16 Edwards Terrace, Chattanooga, Tenn. HOOPER, Barbara ..... 1160 Greenland Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. HOOPS, Boyd ................... 733 8th Street, Kirkland, Wash. HOOPE, Thomas. . . .1121 Landon Avenue, Winthrop Harbor, Ill. HOR.D, Martha ................. 83 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. HORD, Roger ....... HOETON, Henry .,... HOUSEMAN, Thom. . . . . HOUSTON, Clara Beth ............... . . HOWARD, Tommie Jean .......... . . . HUFF, Gerald .................. HUGGINS, Glenn .... . HUGGINS, Larry .... HUGGINS, Rena ..... .... HULSE, Linda Lee ..... HUMSTON, Richard ....... HUNLEY, Ann .......... HUSSEY, Edith ...... .. . .83 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. .. . . . . .356 Curtis Drive, Sumter, S. C. . . .198 Marion Avenue, Kissimmee, Fla. .Route 1, Madrid, Iowa .Route 3, Monterey, Tenn. .506 Avondale, East Liverpool 909 Reliance Street, Charlotte, . . . .85 Lester Avenue, Nashville, .720 Wren Street, Sumter , Ohio .909 Reliance Street, Charlotte, ,S. C. N. C. N. C. Tenn. . . .611 Oak Street, Auburndale, Fla. .921 Thomas Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. .201 N.W. 40th Court, Pompano Beach, Fla. HYATT, Esther ...... 2624 Gaillardia Road, W. Jacksonville, Fla. INGRAM, Cora ..... IRELAND, Robert .... .... IRWIN, Donald ..... IRWIN, Ed ....... IRWIN, Joe ......... IRWIN, Kenneth ......... JACKSON, Ann .... JAMISON, Harris ............. JARED, Martha Lee .... JARRATT, Harold ....... JENKINS, Jo Ann.. Route 2, Box 171, Merigold, Miss. 217 Kenneth Drive, Nashville, Tenn. 1885 Kings Highway, Clearwater, Fla. 51112 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . .1305 Laredo Avenue, Chattanooga, Tenn. .1885 Kings Highway, Clearwater, Fla. 334 51st Avenue N., Nashville, Tenn. 311 Fifth Street, N.E., Cairo, Ga. .2429 Brasher Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. .2208 Foster Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 1941 A Warren Street, St. Louis, Mo. Box 241, Bennettsville, S. C. JENKINS, Melba Jean. .602 Oak Heights Avenue, Plant City, Fla. JOHNSON, Barbara. . .1306 N.W. 11 Court, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. JOHNSON, Carol Joann ......... 411 N. Main St., Fitzgerald, Ga. JOHNSON, Carol June. .1131-4th Terrace W., Birmingham, Ala. .1202 Bay View Street, Mobile, Ala. 308 Peachtree Street, Nashville, Tenn. JENKINS, Mary Jo ................. JOHNSON, Sharon ......... JOHNSON, Keith ........ JONES, D. J. ...... . JONES, David ...... JONES, Gary Lee ......... JONES, Mary ....... JONES, Syble ...... JORDON, Ronold ............ KEEFER, Patricia .......... KENT, Carolyn ..... KESTEE, James ......... KESTER, Kathleen ....... KEY, Polly ......... 1329 Cummins Drive, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . .Dwight Lane, Burlingame, Calif. .511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. .1329 Cummins Drive, Nashville, Tenn. 731 Melson Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla. 75 Paris Avenue, 517 Lester Avenue, 609 Maplewood Lane, ..2303 Belmont Blvd., .2303 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, Nashville, ..Route 3, Box 302, Lenoir City, KING, Margaret ...... 110 B Harris Street, Goodlettsville, KLINSTIVER, Ruth ........... 51 Paris Avenue, Nashville 1 KNIGHT, Jimmie .... ........ 1 23 S. Detroit, Buchanan, Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Mich. KNOX, Norene ..... ..... 1 519 Council Bluff Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 1 KOHSER, Ray ......... 3234 Greenwood Drive, Portsmouth, Va. LACY, Betty ....... 9900 W. Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee, Wis. LAKE, Harold ...................... 204 Pecan, Charleston, Mo. LANE, Mary Helen ....... ..... 3 100 Cromwell, Lorain, Ohio LANIER, Rachel ..................... Box 185, Middleburg, Fla. LASLEY, Doris ......... Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. LASLEY, James ........ Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. LAWSON, Mavis ...... Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. LAWSON, Sonja .... ................ LeJEUNE, Edwin. . LEONARD, Shirley ....... LEVINER, Eugene. LEWIS, Curtis, Jr. .... ........ . LILLARD, Marilyn ........... . ..... LINN, Linda ....... LITTON, Marilyn ....... .Box 28, Burville, Tenn. ........3235 Brixton Court, Charlotte, N.C. .16301 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Fla. . . . . . . . . .540 Beech Drive, Newport News, Va. .220 E. 5th St., Maysville, Ky. .37 Ash Street, Ludlow, Ky. . . .3219 Bradley Avenue, Huntsville, Ala. .50 Summit Avenue, Hagerstown, Md. LOWMAN, Corinne. .Route 1, Box 353-A, Connelly Springs, N.C. LOYD, Evelyn ................ Route 2, Box 120-F, Bartow, Fla. LUSTER, Jesse .......... 1301 Woodland Street, Nashville, Tenn. McBRYANT, Pauline ....... Route 1, Box 499 B, Fitzgerald, Ga. MCCANT, Jerry ........................... Route 1, Dudley, Ga. McCUMBER, Larry .... 12042 Cloverdale Drive, S.E., Atlanta,IGa. McDONALD, Margaret.5410 Noyce Ave., S.E., Charleston, W.Va. MCGILL, Mary Alice .................. Box 481, Fitzgerald, Ga. McKAY, Kathleen ........ 3517 Rhoda Lane, Chattanooga, Tenn. McMANUS, Suzanna. .202 Cherokee Road, Hendersonville, Tenn. McMEANS, Margaret .......... 588 E. Calla Road, Poland, Ohio McQUINEY, June ........ MCWHORTER, Jim ........................ Kole Adams Road, Leavittsburg, Ohio Box 51, Martin, Ga.. MAHAN, James ..... ..... 9 19 Meyer Avenue, Evansville, Ind. MAN NING, Edith ......... MANNING, Lloyd. .511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . .511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. MARLIN, Roslyn .... .... 1 029 W. Kaley Avenue, Orlando, Fla. MARLIN, Sharron ....... MARLOWE, Susan ........ MARTIN, Anita ..... ............ MARTIN, Charles ........ .1029 W. Kaley Avenue, Orlando, Fla. .507 Noblitt Street, Albertville, Ala. Star Route, Fort Myers, Fla. 301 Sparta Street, McMinnville, Tenn. MASON, Earlme ..... . ......................... Mauretown, Va. MASTIN, Nancy .... 1534 N.W. 10th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. MAY, Ruth ................ 2624 Penn. Avenue, Weirton, W.Va. MEDIATE, Roy David .......... 336 Peachtree, Nashville, Tenn. MEIGHAN, Mary ....... ..... 1 31 W. 41 Street, Hialeah, Fla. MELTON, Dale ................ 74 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. MELTON, George .... Trevecca College, Box 698, Nashville, Tenn. MERCER, Patsy .................. 209 Collins Road, Petal, Miss. MERSHIMER, Gerald Tidwell Hall, Trevecca College, Nashville, Tenn. MIDCAP, Allen .............. Route 2, New Martinsville, W.Va. MIDDENDORF, Jesse.. .1318 Sweetbriar Ave., Nashville, Tenn. MIDDENDORF, Martha. .1318 Sweetbriar Ave., Nashville, Tenn. MILLER, Richard ...................... 124 Fayett, Xenia, Ohio MITCHUM, Linda .... ..... 2 04 S. 2nd Avenue, Lanett, Ala. MOLES, JeE ...... .... 26 20 Division Street, Ashland, Ky. NIELSEN, Sherrill. . MOORE, Beverly .... MOORE, Mary ...... MORRIS, Stephen. . . MURPHREE, Sandra Student I .. . .709 West "C" Street, Kannapolis, N.C. . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Glover Street, Eustis, Fla. . . . ....... Route 1, Box 56, Eaugallie, Fla. .. . . . . . . . . . . .806 8th Street, Decatur, Ala. MURPHY, John. .......... 6013 Oak Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. MURPHY, Raymond. . . .Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. NAILEY, Levis ................ Box 4990, Upper Marlboro, Md. NEELEY, Philip ....... .Route 1, Box 113 B, Germantown, Md. NEISLER, Wilhelmina .................... Route 2, Butler, Ga. NELSON, Jean .......... 1001 Kenny Court, Pt. Pleasant, W.Va. NETTLES, Parker, Jr. ............ 809 W. Blvd., Charlotte, N.C. NEWTON, Kathryn ......... 708 Colonial Street, Durham, N.C. NICHOLS, William ...... 2910 Wingate Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. NICKELL, NIEDRA, Bobbye ..... NORRICK, Sharon. . Ky. Mildred ............................ Helechawa, .1376 Crest Avenue, Tarrant, Ala. 35 Arden Road, Montgomery, Ala. . .110 Trusler Street, Oakland City, Ind. NULL, James .................................. Waterloo, Ohio NUTTER, Donald ...... OLIVER, Roy ....... OLIVER, Steven .... O'NEAL, Danny .... ORNER, Dennis .... OSBORNE, Janice .... PARIS, Jean ....... PARKER, Frank ....... PARRISH, David ..... PARRISH, Norma .... 908 Hillcrest Street, Parkersburg, W.Va. . . .149 E. Delason, Youngstown, Ohio ...5401 10th Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. ......303 W. Jacob, Green Castle, Ind. . . . . . . . . . .5607 Lorimer, Dayton, Ohio ....2003 Urban Drive, Greensboro, N.C. ..................Route 4, Ripley, Tenn. .843 N. President Street, Jackson, Miss. . . . .1208 Aura Trail, Madison, Tenn. . . . . .Route 4, Box 12, Rock Hill, S.C. PATRICK, Charles .......... 75 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. PATTERSON, Eddie .......,.......... Route 3, Decherd, Tenn. PEARS, Phoebe ...... ................. R oute 6, Mercer, Pa. PELTON, Ronald ........... 17163 Harman, Melvendale, Mich. PENNINGTON, Rosemary .... 878 Kipling Drive, Nashville, Tenn. PERNELL, Janice ............ 2730 Jupiter Street, Dayton, Ohio PEERY, Meelan ..... PEERY, Walter ..... PETERS, Dianne .... PICKARD, Arthur . . PICKENS, Brenda .... PICKENS, Carol .... PICKENS, Joyce ..... . . . . .1009 Kirby Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . .1009 Kirby Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. ......Route 2, Box 277A, Roanoke, Va. .......................Sharon, W.Va. PETRY, Gail ......... . . . . . . . .507 Glendole Street, Lakeland, Fla, . . . .220 Park Drive, Pt. Pleasant, W.Va. . . . .220 Park Drive, Pt. Pleasant, W.Va. PORTER, Charlotte ........ 100 Poplar Road, Oak Ridge, Tenn. POST, David .... ........ 2 117 Pike Street, Parkersburg, W.Va. POWERS, Brenda ...... PRATT, G. J., Jr. ...... . 2015 Edgemont Avenue, New Castle, Ind. PRICE, Marie ....... .Trevecca Trailer Court, .3120 Knobdale Road, Nashville, Tenn, Nashville, Tenn. Nashville Tenn. PRICE, Nathan ........ Trevecca Trailer Court, QUICK, Barbara Jo ........... QUICK, .77 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. Mitchell ...... .... 7 7 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. QUICK, Ruth Carolyn ...... Route 4, Box 252, Bennettsville, S.C. QUICK, W. Gerald. . RAGLAND, Ruth .... .....Route 4, Box 252, Bennettsville, S.C. .........1251 Vultee, Nashville, Tenn. I RAGLAND, Warren ..... .. . .1251 Vultee, Nashville, Tenn. RAGSDALE, Roy ..... .............. R oute 10, Cullman, Ala. RANSON, Linda .... .... 1 23 Dunbar Avenue, Dunbar, W.Va. RATLIFF, Bettie .... ...... B ox 225, Webster Springs, W.Va. REED, Richard ...... ..... 1 16 East Warren, Tullahoma, Tenn. REEVES, James ..... ............................. A lma, Ga. RHOADES, William ......... 58 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. RHODES, Cecil ...... Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. RHYNE, Kathleen .... 106 E. Thompson Lane, Nashville, Tenn. RICHARDSON, Carol ........ 78 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. RICHEY, Billy Joe ........ 338 Peachtree Street, Nashville, Tenn. RIDDLE, Shirley ..... ................ RIDDLE, Laura June ............................ Highway, Ky. .Highway, Ky. RIES, Larry ......... ROBBLE, Gary ....... ROBERTS, Dorothy . . . . . . . . . . . . .Box 91, Allenport, Pa. . ...... 630 Wilma Street, Endicott, N.Y. . . . . . . . .106 Prince Avenue, Freeport, N.Y. RODDY, William ..... ...... 7 2 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. ROGIER, Douglas ......... 5206 Raven Drive, Charleston, W.Va. ROSS, Donald ....... ......... R oute 2, Bruceton Mills, W.Va ROSS, Gordon ..... ...... 8 3 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. ROWE, Lucille .............. 3867 Nancy Road, Memphis, Tenn. SALLEE, Mildred ........ 1012 Aladdin Drive, Nashville, Tenn. W.Va. SALSER, Karen .......... 3906 9th Avenue, Parkersburg, SALTKILL, Dale ..... ...... 9 801 S.W. 48th Street, Miami, Fla. SAMS, Earl ......... .... R oute 1, Box 121, Alderson, W.Va. SAMS, Ruth ........ .... R oute 1, Box 121, Alderson, W.Va. SANDIFER, Allen .............. Route 2, Box 532, Sanford, Fla. SANSON, Gary .......... 644 Stewart Avenue, Grove City, Pa. SARTIN, Margaret .............. Route 3, Box 78, Jayess, Miss. SAVAGE, Charles ......... 88 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. SAVAGE, Joyce ............ 88 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. SCALES, Gary ............... 2702 Hatch Blvd., Sheifield, Ala. SCI-IORTINGHOUSE, John .... 9304 S.W. 80th Street, Miami, Fla. SEBRING, Gwenneth. .367 Indianola Ave., Bowling Green, Ky SESSOMS, William ........ 1020 Cahol Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. SEXTON, James ....................... Box 152, Dadeville, Ala. SHARPTON, Barbara ....... ...... R oute 1, Logan, Ala. SHARPTON, Mary Ruth ................. Route 1, Logan, Ala. SHAW, James ........ Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. SHERIDAN, Etna ............... 203 Unaka, Greeneville, Tenn. SHERMAN, Carl ........ 2704 Overhill Drive, Donelson, Tenn. SIMMONS, Gary ............ 516 Central Street, Elkins, W.Va. SIMS, Beverly ...... .... 7 9 Lester Avenue, Nashville Tenn. SIMS, Jesse ....... .... 7 9 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. SISSON, Edward .... ..... 7 7 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. SKINNER, Karen ..... ..... R oute 2, Box 378, Kissimmee, Fla. SLIFER, Marita ........ ..... 2 00 Oak Street, Springfield, Tenn. SMALLEY, Melvin ........ 421 W. Main Street, Grove City, Pa. SMITH, Aubrey .............. 432 Trinity Lane, Nashville, Tenn. SMITH, SMITH, SMITH SMITH, Bob ............ 2109 Blakemore Ave., Nashville, Tenn. Carl .... . . . . . . . . .Box 533, Masontown, W.Va. Delia .............. Route 2, Box 6EE, Wrightsville, Ga. Gene.. .. ....723 N. Exeter Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. SMITH, Hugh .... Student Index .............2412 Selma, Donelson, Tenn. SMITH, Janice .......... 9534 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. SMITH, Lamar ..... SMITH, Larry ...... SMITH, Margie ..... SMITH, Richard ..... SMITH, Sandra ...... .....95k Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. W.Va. .. . .2911 Player Street, Brunswick, Ga. .....79 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. ......79 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. STEPHENS, Richard. .Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. SOMMER, Jacqueline .............. 12029 Walter, Waren, Mich. SPARKS, Betty ............ 813 Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala, Fla. SPOLARICH, Jo Anne .................. 518 Etna, Russell, Ky. STAMM, Charlotte ........ 558 North Tremont, Indianapolis, Ind. STEPHENS, Franklin. .Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. STEPHENS, Jimmy .... 2915 Sharon Hill Circle, Nashville, Tenn. STEWART, Diana .... STIGLETS, Joyce .... STILES, Barbara ..... STOCKS, Jimmy .... STONE, Carol ........ STORER, Richard ..... STORY, Brenda ...... STORY, Sara ......... STUCKI, David ...... STUDT, Kathleen .... SUGG, John ........... .. . .901 West Kaley Avenue, Orlando, Fla. ......1610 Airport Drive, Laurel, Miss. ........1025 W. Kaley, Orlando, Fla. ....Route 3, Box 297, Sylacauga, Ala. N. Orange Avenue, Arcadia, Fla. ...324 Cincinnati Avenue, Xenia, Ohio . .6300 Moorman Road, Valley Station, Ky. .6300 Moorman Road, Valley Station, Ky. ........750 Shannon Street, Mobile, Ala. .....15393 Lesure Street, Detroit, Mich. . . .700 Kleeman Drive, Clarksville, Tenn. SWAFFORD, Nancy ........... 1177 Share Drive, Dayton, Ohio SYKES, Judith ....... TABERS, Jimmie .... TAYLOR, Carl ..... TAYLOR, John ..... TAYLOR, Patricia. . TAYLOR Robert... 1 .....2318 7th Avenue, Bradenton, Fla. ......1404 Vine Street, Murrey, Ky. ........Route 3, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. ....1813 Neal Terrace, Nashville, Tenn. ........1300 Underwood Street, Dalton, Ga. . . . . . .554 Blaine Street, Geneva, Ohio THAXTON, Nancy....Route 2, Box 511-B, Charleston, W.Va. THAXTON, Winston . .2911 Summons Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. THOMAS, Roberta ........ 602 W. 33rd Street, Covington, Ky. THOMPSON, Gaius. . THOMPSON, Gustus. ....710 Thompson Lane, Nashville, Tenn. .. .2824 Richland Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. THOMPSON, Roy ........ 1803 4th Avenue S., Nashville, Tenn. THRASHER, Jeanne. . . THRASHER, Sylvia . . .1219 Westwood Lane, New Albany, Ind. ..5058 Southern Parkway, Louisville, Ky. TIEMANN, Mary Lou ...... 1454 Clanton Street, Shreveport, La. TOOMBS, Mary ........ ...... . Route 5, Box 114, Laurel, Miss. TOWER, Freida. . . . . . TRUESDALE, Albert ..... TRUESDALE, Esther ..... Box 18, Ramsey, Ind. .6415 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. .6495 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. I TUCKER Lloyd ........ Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. TYSON, Joseph ........ Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. TYSON, Julia .......... Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. UNRUH, David ...................... 71 Paris, Nashville, Tenn. UNRUH, Karen ...................... 71 Paris, Nashville, Tenn. VAN HOOK, Dorothy Ann.412 Ridgecrest Dr., High Point, N.C. VAN HOOK, James .......... 74 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. VENUM, Sharron ..... VERNON, Janet ............... . . . . .335 N.W. 102nd Street, Miami, Fla. Route 1, Pleasant Garden, N.C. WALKER, Carolyn ...... 6604 Sylvania Road, Pl. Ridge Pk., Ky. WALKER, Kenny ...... 6809 Sylvania Road, Pl. Ridge Pk., Ky. WALKER., Wanda ........ 6604 Sylvania Road, Pl. Ridge Pk., Ky. WALTERS, Joyce ...... 316 W. Oakwood Avenue, Onumwa, Ia. WARD, Jessica ................ 3009 Bath Avenue, Ashland, Ky. WAR.HURST, Joy Nell. .2911 Summons Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. WARREN, David ............. 4534 Tilton Court, Ft. Myers, Fla. WATERMAN, Richard. .901 Drummond Drive, Nashville, Tenn. WEST, Duane ............ 109 Brooklyn Avenue, Salisbury, Md. WESTBROOK, Wade ........ 1243 Maxey Lane, Nashville, Tenn. WHEATON, Glenn .... ................. J amestown, Tenn. WHEELER, Jerry ..... ..... R oute 1, Vallonia, Ind. WHEET, Randall ........................ Box 227, Somerset, Ky. WHITE, Harry .......... 4808 Briarwood Drive, Nashville, Tenn. WHITE, Patricia .... 1427 Akron, Youngstown Road, Kent, Ohio WI-IITT, James ............ 2417 Garland Street, Nashville, Tenn. WHITTINGTON, Nancy. .Route 6, Box 265C, Charleston, W.Va. WILCOX, Virginia ...................... Route 2, Grayson, Ky. WILEY, Judith ...... ..... R oute 1, Box 506, Vienna, Va. WILLIAMS, Lucy ..... ..... 4 069 Phillips, St. Louis, Missouri WILLS, Kay ................ . ........... Box 85, Sandborn, Ind. WILLS, Nancy .......................... Box 85, Sandborn, Ind. WILSON, Weston.2118 Commander Rd., Charleston Heights, S.Cl-' WINEGARDEN, Larry ................... Route 1, Cayuga, Ind. WISE, Forrest .......... 4808 Briarwood Drive, Nashville, Tenn. WISE, Myron ..... ...... 3 858 Franklin Street, Bellaire, Ohio WISEMAN, Gene .......... 2258 Park Avenue, New Albany, Ind. WITHERSPOON, Shirley ....... 407 Albert Drive, Sumter, S.C. WRIGHT, Shelden. . WOOD, Patsy ....... 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LLOYD B BYRON Presldeni' N F M S LARRY D SMITH Presldem' N Y P S SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT BOOSTING TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE DISTRICT oFFlcERs MARION S. PRESSLEY . . . . . Secrefary LUTHER L. JENKINS . . . . . Treasurer J. I-IARLESTON EADES . . . . EcIIIor ADVISORY BOARD TREVECCA TRUSTEES C. HARRY HUFF J. HARLESTON EADES RAY MCKENZIE W. B. WELCH W. B. WELCH DR. OTTO STUCKI VERNON KENNINGTON an-R DR. OTTO STUCKI Disfricf Superinfendeni' DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS MRS. RUTH I'IUI:F . . ................. N.F.M.S. Presiderfr N. J, LEWIS ..... . . . Church SchooIs Chairman D. IVIOODY GUNTER . . ..... N.Y.P.S. Presidenf ongrafufafionfi fo fine 66:65 0 1963 TENNESSEE DISTRICT DR. C. E. SI-IUMAKE, Dist Supf. ADVISORY BOARD .J4 growing iidfricf DR. WM. GREATI-IOUSE MR. JOHN T. BENSQN, JR. REV. CLAUDE GALLOWAY Supporfing DR. HOMER ADAMS .14 growing .sizeof DR. c. E. SHUMAKE Dilfrid Suporinhndnnf "0 wifi? " ' Q' nh-5' 1. H " 7 - ll ' I W 1 .. D , .. 5,5 om - mf L Q 0"m r' E llbg., Fl hln l m .1 o n uv .4 6 gg , skhm ug ashville T' I Y 4 MM Fl . .l Q xo u 4 Wa Iy E ' zu EB If QT: N PM B-11. 'O WET' Eu "E 19 Tw A N X m ll ll I ' ' Q C - Q . A ' Q' gs I mm: ' Olumb ' '1 l ,-B w 1' u PM I ' I . , E I7 N -'I m .N I Llvnna T ' ' -1: A hI -0 'D .....::22fP - m N" .- A - CEQA- 4 .1 'L 'm f' 1- 'dl DISTRICT OFFICERS REV. C. T. DUCKETT . . ............ . . Secrefary MR. JAMES PATE . . . ....... Treasurer REV. GEORGE SCUTT . . . . . Church School Board REV. HAROLD GRAVES . . . . . DIs1'.N.Y.P.S. Presidenf MRS. GEORGE SCUTT . . . . . Disf. N.F.M.S. Presidenf Congratulations to the Class of T963 VIRGINIA DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Cordially invites Trevecca through its touring groups to HTEST OUR WELCOME" DR. V. W. LITTRELL District Suporinhndcnt DISTRICT OFFICERS DR. V. W. LITTRELL . . .......... . . . District Superintendent REV. I.. E. I-IUMRICI-I . . .... District Secretary REV. E. G. LUSK ..... . . District Treasurer MRS. C. D. WITHROW . . . . N.F.M.S. President REV. D. S. RADCLIIFFE . . ........ N.Y.P.S. President REV. E. M. FOX .... ..... C hairman Church School Board TREVECCA TRUSTEES DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD ' DR. V. W. LITTRELL REV. E, G. LUSK W. H. HUNT REV. E, M. FOX REV. W. F. MASTERS J. E. FOX WE ASSURE TREVECCA OF OUR CONTINUED PRAYERS, FAITH, and SUPPORT WEST VIRGINIA DISTRICT ggrafefuffy GCLHOWLJQQJ jreueccaji confrigufion fo Aer .sjfualenfd 0 foclay CG' ywferclag ,I DISTRICT OFFICERS TRUSTEES MRS. O. C. RUSHING-N.F.M.S. Presidenf DR' H. H' HENDERSHQT REV. JVKCK ARCHER-N.Y.P.S. President REV' GEORGE PITZER REV. JOHN LAWWILL-Church School Chairman REV. JQHN LAWWILL REV. JOHN R. BROWNING-Secreiary REV. T, JAMES BQSHELL REV. JOHN W. MAY-Treasurer REV. D' W, THAXTQN REV. JOHN R. BROWNINNG IAIumniI DR. -H. HARVEY HENDERSHOT Disfrici' Superiniendeni ongrafufafiond fo fke Cfazki 0 1963 we. ,-5 f' M ' i. , - f - 7' 'iiy I ' 5 "M -1. , K 7 ' , i q"' 1, f' I QE' .. Vks, R 5 J Gb H- ' . '25 I 5 QQ "QP-IL v A sw S 1-fn - - I 0 . by 0 I 4 , : Z ig-4' ulqu IL.. wi -6-.L + C fi if fe: lb lil : 2 i 1 51 f S : 'E ' Li L 5.11 f V - gas ti: li - 7-,A U ' ,.- N Q Q .:. .iff ill t C. A K S.. F . '.- -A -- 4-D i f Q . - .,,.1-L g . .T' " ,S -.. .. MCCLURKAN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 332 54H1 Avenue Norfh NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE EDWARD F. COX Pas+or PAULJ EBY R H STEELE M sie of Music S S S pe fende 'r ANN JACKSON AZLEE SIMMONS NY P.S. Presideni' N.E.M.S. Pres de T "YOUR CHURCH HOME AWAY FROM HOME" L J, ongrafufafionfi fo flue Cfaad 0 1963 l"0l'l'l NASHVILLE FIRST CHURCH REV. L. B. MATI-IEWS Minisfer of VisiI'aIIon JO'E ADKISSON You'rh Direlcfor RAMON UNRUH Minisfer of Music I DR. W. M. GREATHOUSE Pa s'I'or WALTER MOORE. JR. Sunday School Superin+e1nder1+ JIM PATE, JR. N.Y.P.S. Presiden+ BERTI-IA BRUCE N.F.M.S. Presideni' jimf Ghurch ofkm jr-euecca Jfuclenfa a Zfienalfy ana! ix Ga ia S S 'N H 3 S :I E U Trevecca Faculfy AcIive In Firsi' Church: DR. AND MRS. A. B. MACKEY DR. W. M. GREATI-IOUSE PROF. RAMON UNRUH PROF. JOHN ALLAN KNIGHT PROF. THOMAS HEMMERLY DR. LESLIE PARROTT DR. WILLIAM SLONECKER All omg ang! an olalaorfunify fo Aerue. 1 :la :I- 5 1"" ,Mm i :Sr ,f M I . . WAVA- V ' S -N --. .. Q X II -' 5 IJ 'I-IE: , . f 'ei , IIT -1 ...HN - 'L X L tl - . , I IE E e IVV. E -if' H - III11' I-Q T I ' 453 Ji? ' 'Vis I 15'-1 Ll?""ji,! L I j r- 1' 5 A 1. .4 'f..g:pf.Q. ----f-g,--fjii-Q-Igx'.'-. Z. WI' . ' "'- X . 5 5 +I M1v':auIz-llffw... 2 . .em ? -I ,,,.,..- -:iq-Q -U H ,, . 1 - - - 2, -13 6?."F-..":.-.- . 1 ww FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 510 Woodland Street, Nashville, Tennessee CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF I63 College Hill Church of The Nazarene A Church Home for College Sludenis Away From Home SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Sunday Sunday School 9345 alml Worship 10:50 a.m. T.P.S. 5:00 p.m. Deparimenlal Services 6:00 p.m. Evangelisiic Service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Mid-week Service 7:30 p.m. DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF YOUR COLLEGE CHURCH WORSHIP-a spiriiual program-excellenr music Timely and inspiring gospel messages. Always seeking Io bring Jrhe sinner Io repenlance and Ihe believer Io holiness. CHRISTIAN SERVICE- Chrisiian worlc. Minislerial counseling and guidance in personal prob- Iems. characler building in Chrislian educalion and FELLOWSHIP-a warm, friendly aimosphere where God is worshipped in spirii and in Irurh. Week-day sludenl cenler, group fellowship. and recrealional aclivilies. DEDICATION-Io 'rhe meeling of your spirilual needs and Ihe building of Chrislian characrer in our youlh. T. E. Jones, Minisler 0 Willard Brinlcman, Sunday School Superin+enden'I' Edward Whi'H'ing'Ion, Minis+er of Music ' Rose Piclcarcl. N-Y-P-5- Pfesldenl Mrs. V. Neil Richardson, N.F.M.S. Presidenf A CORDIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO STUDENTS AND VISITORS TO WORSHIP WITH US WE WELCOME YOU TO MAKE THE COLLEGE CHURCH YOUR CHURCH HOME Firsf Church QI The Nazarene CHATTANQOGA, TENNESSEE I A b 1 EE E 'A l if if .I . QLQII' 4 W.. MR. CECIL OUINN SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT MR. BILL KNOWLES N.Y.P.S. PRESIDENT y flue riclzeaf Ldmiingfn of fke ma5fer confinue fo Ae upon jreuecca DR. LAWRENCE B. HICKS Pasfor MR. J. I-IERSCI-IEL IRWIN MUSIC DIRECTOR MRS. CI-IARLES CURL N.F.M.S. PRESIDENT 2406! may 342 a!lll6lg5 l'el'I'L2I'l'l6el" CAaffano0ga Emi id AeAinc! Aer in Page? CLEC! .S7lfLl0l00l"f! FIRST CHURCH or THE NAZARENE 2300 S. W. 15th STREET uChristian Acres" FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA Afwaw M646 fl W C 10023 When .wt ...g ' :vial s-, .mr '- J, .Tlx 5 Tllsff-1 -l llll, I Siege, ,Q ve rf Sunday School Supl.-LAWRENCE ROSS N.F.lVl.S. Presidenl-MRS. BLAINE HALL N.Y.P.S. Presiolenl-MRS. AVERY JEFFERS in South Florido Worship vviTh Us As We Preoch The Heort-Felt Gospel of Beoufilul uChrisTion Acres" WILLIAM O. BLUE, Minister Safufing .14 greaf .gzlwof and Congrafufafionfi C 1 L 9 A 6 S 3 S Nazarene 43 Peoples Y.oung Society ROGER WANKEL N.Y.P.S. Presidenf A ' FIRST CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE NATHAN PRICE ORLANDO, FLORIDA SHARROPJ MAR'-IN ra ua 9 , , Gra uafe G d 1 The City Beautzful 0l'l'll06l0'I,el'l tif 0 324 E. Broadway LOUISVILLE CHURCH KENTUCKY OF THE NAZARENE J. C. WALLACE IvIInIsIer MISSISSIPPI DISTRICT DISTRICT OFFICERS MRS, CHARLES OLIVER. C. B. CARLETON, Church Schools CHARLES LAM BERT. MRS. M. D, SARTIN. N.J.S. Direc'ror FORD BOONE, Evangelism Direcfor gooafing jreuecca Wazarene Galaga MMA OW pragera- youfk-jinance NIFM5 Pres- FORD aooms, swe+ary Q"I . . ROY T- MX NYPS P . I "' C' TOUSLEY "" C. E. ENGLAND W. CHARLES OLIVER Dis+ricI' Superinfendeni' ongrafufafionfi fo flee C2 add 0 1963 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA greefmga ana! Mal 'Milan AOD! BETHEL CHURCH or THE NAZARENE 409 Triniiy Lane NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Rev. DOYLE c. sMm-I Pasfor STAN TAYLOR JERRY McCANT CLIFF STALVEY MRS. LEAH TAYLOR AUBREY SMITH Minisfer of Music Minis'l'er of Junior Church S.S. Superiniendeni' N.F.M.S. Presideni' N-Y-P-S. Presideni TREVECCA COLLEGE AND BETHEL CHURCH ARE INSEPARABLE Organized by s+ucIen+s, Trevecca has an inieresf in Be+heIg Invesfing Prayers, Youih, and Money, Beihel has an in'I'eres'I' in Trevecca "When in Nashville Make BeIheI Your Church Home: Many Oihers Do." ongrafufafing flee Cami 0 7 963 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I 923 Graymoni Avenue WHEN IN BIRMINGHAM WORSHIP WITH US 1 OUR TNC STUDENTS . A ,g srjj I , I arg -feii R.c.Jo-HNsoN I 'I 4 ' ' " I' IMini,fe,. I I-- ,E .V CAROL JOHNSON KENNETH MOORE 1' Minisfer of M WADE 'WESTBROOK Congrafufafiond fo flue Cfacid 0 1963 l'0l'l'l FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 735 FayeI'IeviIIe RCI., S.E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA W. E. MCCUMBER, Minis+er FIRST CHURCH 0F THE HAZAREHE X , Si X.. C PAUL BEANE 55 S pf LUSTER O DOUGHTY N Y P S P GERTRUDE RANSON N F M S P I6I'I'1 S+reeI and LIgIw+ner Avenue DUNBAR, WEST VIRGINIA ML Safufe anc! jHe' 66166 O! 1963! PREACHING CHRIST, ' THE UTTERMOST SAVIOUR IN THE HEART OF THE GREAT KANAWHA VALLEY." REV. JOHN Pasfor HANCOCK Com ell ia First Church of the Nazarene SUMTER, REV. AND MRS. c. HARRY HUFF SOUTH CAROLINA Congralulaiions lo lhe Class of '63 from irsf CAurcA of :J Ae gjwzzarene 9l6 Nor+heas'r 4+h S+ree'r Pompano Beach. Florida "Preaching Chrisfian Holiness on +he Gold Coas1"' EUGENE SIMPSON, Pasfor lClass of '53l EDITH HUSSEY, Siuclenl' lclass of '63l While in Sou'I'h Florida, Worship Wiih Us CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '63 From Members and Friends of The Firsl Church of The Nazarene 22nd and Bajrh Ave. Ashland, Ky. James R Bell R. Wayne Sharpes P l' Minlsler of Educafio Congrafufafionfi fo flze Cfazid O! 7 963 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE . 'iilfiaf '. xx- 'I A +.'fq'3 .- I Q , " "jf!L" 1f:55-I" " . ' ,fx i-1.41 in ,pn -,z wfrrfrfif .J 1 ' , 53 - r'?I?i' EX 0512? . ,... bg f 1,1 I A796215 I-'I Efi!?4""?, 'Z '- -EL N ' ' Y, i. .-,f:::'gLQ'-.gkh , e, X S.. i JM ,r . - , 1 ,,.J-'gig' ' . , , X 'ravi-f"f3Ef" , 1. Jw :eww . . ' , f i- Q? I .j X171 " Null I IHEQI SEMI Nazarene Theological Seminary I7O0 Easf Meyer Boulevard KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI LEWIS T. CORLETT MENDELL TAYLOR Presiclemk Dean NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE gs' -Q2 4-. Kem Y 'WA 5:?4:"f:85: sfggisfrael If .,,. ,I E FULL G0 PEL WHOLE worm I BY THE I may , ,L Sfzemiii fm . wg: 57.51 fiemssz P152 51258521 21':"E?tss.f 11:4 w:fg.., 44,1-sm, :ef 'waz :B PRI TED PAGE 4'PS3?2'f-Z :'-: I P " I 'fS?3 - HRST CHURCH CF THE NAZARENE "A Spirifual Church in fhe Hearf of The S'I'ar Ci+y" 8I'h S+reeI' and Highland Ave.. S.E. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA L. E. HUMRICH . ....w. Paslor RAYMOND A. CARR . . Sunday School Supl. WILBERT GALLAGHER . . N.Y.P.S. Presidenl MRS. CHARLES B. RADFORD N.F.M.S. Presidenf COM PLIMENTS OF CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE SPRINGFIELD, TENNESSEE K. B. SLIFER, PasI'or CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF I963 N. Y. P. S. AT LOUDON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Church and Grove LOUDON, TENNESSEE DONALD W. PYLES, Paslor GOD'S BEST TO THE CLASS OF I963I HRST CHURCH 0F THE NAZRRENE Cleveland al Worlhinglon CHARLOTTE 3, NORTH CAROLINA Phone: JA 3-6284 WHEN IN CHARLOTTE VISIT US REV. WILLIAM H. BENSON Pas'ror EAST LAKE CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE SALUTES THE CLASS OF I963! HUGH R. MINCEY Paslor "I-lail Io The Purple and The While" COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF '63 from Blakemore Church 2800 Belcourl Avenue NASI-IVILLE. TENNESSEE CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE CLASS OF I963 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NIIZIIRENE 849 Bryan Avenue LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY THOMAS MAY Pasfor "Our love, prayers and confidence are ex Iended Io you, Trevecca, your Iacully, slu- clenl body, and all slaff members." CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE LEESBURG, VIRGINIA A Going Church in a Growing Town" REV. I-I. HAROLD CALI-IOUN PasI'or FLCRIDII DISTRICT N-IIZIIRENE YUUNC PEOPLE'S SCCIETY Safufea jreuecca DR. JOHN L. KNIGHT REV. EUGENE WILLIAMS Dislricf Superinlen-cIen+ Presiclenl' REV. BILL ANDERSON REV. ELMER I-IEABERLIN Vice-Presidenr Treasurer REV. EUGENE SIMPSON Secrelary CONGRATULATING TI-IE CLASS OF I963 Immanuel Church T 9 I of The Nazarene 33I5 CharIoH'e Ave. NASHVILLE 9, TENN Rev. FRED E. Aeee Phone AM 9-0969 Pas+or Welcome Io Our Church CONGRATULATING THE CLASS OF I963 VAN WINKLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE N.Y.P.S. JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI CALVARY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE N.Y.P.S. CONGRATULATES THE CLASS or I963 High Poinr Norlh Carolina GLEN O. VAN HOOK, Minisler Belle Glade Church of the Nazarene BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA ORA SMITH, Paslor CALVARY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 24-OO S.W. 32nd Ave. Miami' Fla- JOHN H. CHAMBERS, Minisler BELLE CHURCH UF THE HIIZIIRENE 306 Easl Ninlh BELLE, WEST VIRGINIA REV. JOHN LAWWILL Paslor VISIT WITH US WHEN IN BELLE Sara Casdorph Clela Cline Carolyn Conner Our Sluclenls CLEIIRWIITER CHURCH 0F THE HIIZIIRENE Greenwood al Grove CLEARWATER, FLORIDA AII Deparlmenfs Send Greelings To Trevecca Nazarene College And The Graduaring Class of "b3" MERTON H. WILSON Pasror FRANK HENRETTY Trevecca Sludenls Direcror of Music Kennelh Irwin Donald Irwin Tom Parlc CHARLOTTE NORTHSIDE Congra'I'uIa'I'es The Gradua'I'es of I963 On Four Wonderful Years Of Achievemenrl 1- 1 . NURTHSIDE CHURCH 0F THE NAZARENE IZOI Pegram Slreel CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA BYRON E. LEJ EU NE Pasror P. R. HOLLISTER ..... S.S. Superintendenl MRS. E. E. LANDS ...... N.Y.P.S. Presiclenr MRS. BYRON E. LEJUNE . . . N.F.M.S. Presiclenr MRS. GEORGE BLACKWELL Junior Fellowship Supervisor We Salule Our Two Fine Sluclenls H. Richard Bailey C. Edwin LeJeune COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN S RESTAURANT FIRST CHURCH Good Home Cooked Food 6lO M rf ee bo o Road Nashv Ile Tennessee OF THE NAZARENE 704 So Parkway Easf LONG S AMOCO MEMPHIS S TENNESSEE THE FRIENDLY SERVICE STATION ISOM H LONG Large enough Io be S'rrong Owner SmaII enough Io be frlencIIy I was glad when Ihey Saud un+o me Lef us go Info The house of Ihe Lord TO THE J E BECKUM Pas+or H A WILKINSON S S Sup+ R E BECKUM NYPS Presndeni' CHURCH OI: THE NAZARENE MRS MAX HEIST NFMS Preslden+ J h w M CLASS OF I963 WEIRTON WEST VIRGINIA u r s r I , V T . .II CONGRATULATIONS Psalms 12231. 'I II! I. Yi? o n . ay I I I Pasfor . . , . . . ORLANDO CENTRAL FLORIDA CHURCH "THE CITY BEAUTIFUL" OMF t 6Ae5 fo jf'eUeCCa3 jawhg, .S?fuc!enfa, am! Cliaaa of 1963 BOOSTING T.N.C. WILLIAM H. ANDERSON JOHN D, IRWIN MIUISIGY Minis+er of Music UJCI JSI! S. LIL? studio 149 Seventh Avenue Nashville, Tennessee GRACE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 25I8 Gfallalin Rd. NASHVILLE TENNESSEE REV- GEORGE scum A Church +ha'I' suppor1's Trevecca wi+h WW" Prayer, Money and S'I'uden1's. UA Warm Welcome Awaits You at Our Church" MERCURY CGURT Free T.V. Swimming Pool Room Phones Wading Pool "Nashville's Mosi Beaufiful and Trevecca's Neares+" Dial Al. 5-0658 Tor Reservalions 4I I Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee GREER'S RESTAURANT "There's Always A Welcoming Smile" Our charcoal steaks cooked right before your eyes! INTOXICATING BEVERAGES PROHIBITED 407 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee Good Food in PIeasan+ Surroundings PrivaI'e Meefing Rooms Sixlh Ave. Downlown 81 Green I-lills Village COM PLIMENTS OF ZUMBRO COFFEE SERVICE, INC. 3IO 4+h Avenue Soulh NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE CQMPLIMENTS or DODGE CLEANERS "Trevecca's Closef and Bes+" 350 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee COM PLIMENTS OF IVIURFREESBORO ROAD CAR WASH "Fill Up While We Clean Up" 354 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee COIN-O- MATIC COMPLETE CLEANING, PRESSING, AND LAUNDRY SERVICE IN ONE STOP We Welcome The S'I'uden+s 359 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF WALDRUMIS YOUR REXALL STORE "A Good Drug S'Iore" oI6 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee Phone AL 6-6254 wt Pep in Ybur Step! l Drunk I Jerseg Farms M1114 , n. L. M - ,, f ei n 'Euan I :ry WIIII I iwlnlnmll IIII i ..,. xx ,f N 3 I if 1.1 .--- gf'-ggw ,fe l:::' rL.::l: The Power Axe! for People! IERSEY FARMS MILK SERVICE INC NASHVILLE TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF JENKINS IIND WYNNE MOTORS, INC. I4OI Broadway NASI-IVI LLE, TENNESSEE "DRlVE THE COLLEGE MAN'S CAR- VOLKSWAGEN" VISIT US AND SEE THIS ECONOMY CAR! COMPLIMENTS OF Burger Boy 24 Hour Service It's delicious to eat there 2 Locafions On Murfreesboro Road Hr 5II Murfreesboro Road and Polk Avenue and 50 Murfreesboro Road lAcross from Zayre I DAIRY PRODUCTS AMERICAN SANITARY DISPOSE-ALL CO. 85 Woodard Srreef NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Commercial and Indus+riaI Wasie Disposal Office: 254-8745 254-5749 PRATT'S TELEVISION 81 RADIO SERVICE Service On All Makes AL 4-7701 TU 3-2402 VVoodbine Donelson Fac+ory Aufhorized Service for Magnavox ALAMO PLAZA COURT I007, Air-Condifioned IO8 Rooms -- Free TV I-Iighway 4I-705 3 fur' 0' I "ff ,-k : ,. I I :LZ ,X j ' -L3 gw-Is:-' CHARLOTTE PORTER DARDA Ediicr I I I Q E E 5 I J DALE MELTON pR,ATDAM5 I 'Pf6sicIen+ 59.55.595 T. N. C. STUDENT COUNCIL JERRY Sec refa ry Treasurer Senior Represenfaiive , f"'I 'I 'JAH M, Ego 'H E I I ' LV' X t H I I?"'!5II?n DON IRWIN wsNoNA FLATT STEVE OLIVER Junior Sophomore V F'7?5Im"a", ,Represenfaiive Represenfafivey ' ReDrBSen'Ia+ave fig av - gy ' MARILYN BALDWIN Trevechoes Edifor F I Ji' .L , 1 We n l I pgs' - 1 I EEE r DOUG ASKEW JIM STOCKS C.W.A. Presideni T.A.A. Prasidenf l I Q" in K' FIRST CHURCH 0F THE HIIZIIREHE IN OAK RIDGE .SZMA Congrafufa fiom! fo M6 CEM of 63 REV. R. B. PORTER, Pa sfor THIS BOOK PRINTED BY BENSON PUBLISHING CO NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 346 1962.63 DARDA STAFF C0l'lgI'H,fl,L!afe5 346 Qiaduafw M1963 ,..sw- 'gl , 1 a I .f 1 1 4 I rg, , I F:,.f'f,',"' 1 me- ' fx , . " . Fl' an f ' 11.1 i Wo" A M."-"ls.. ',',' I 'f' ':',i."'44' '-1 If 1"' fawrfl gi'1'P".' pf '-'1"'7""q ,"" 'W' '.. ' 1. fi-:V rw: . f "h ?i'1L5v"'. f. ,, 4: ' J ' L .',' ., , " ,f 4' . Z ' 1 -1 Wu' ,' ' 73707. fkfjf A, lffff 1 14 ',g. fy' ',. ,'Q 1, 1.4 ' sf fy. 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