Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)
- Class of 1964
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For the beautiful music that you make for
For the beauty and harmony we see in your Christian life,
For the success of the Treble-Tone Choir
For your interest. as class and club sponsor, in our activities,
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oi the interesting and informative classes you conduct,
For the times you have counsellecl with us,
For the times you have prayed with us,
For playing so beautifully in the usymphony of life,"
of Trevecca Nazarene College,
lVe gratefully dedicate the 1964 DARDA
to you . ..
flhiff Barham McClaz'n
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"Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges" is
one of the highest honors to which a senior at
Trevecca may attain, One so honored is selected for
his excellence in leadership, citizenship, scholarship, and
In the picture leaders take a break from discussions
during the Student Leadership Conference at
Montgomery Bell State Park.
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MICHAEL GOLDEN . . . Shawmut, Alabama . . . Religion
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OLLEGE LIF AT TREVECCA
Fall marked a new year and a new challenge for a new presi-
dent-the inauguration of President Greathouse.
Spring! Our hearts respond with melodies
as choirs sing in concert.
AZARENE COLLEGE 1963-64
,Ytudentf Worfhqn Through Pmyeig Thanksgiving and Service
A noonday pause for prayer
"He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most high
shall abide under the shadow of the almighty. I will say
of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortressg my God:
in him will I trust . . . For he shall give his angels charge
over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways . . . He shall call
upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in
troubleg I will deliver him and honour him."-Psalm 91.
It is the hope of Trevecca College that every student
will dwell "in the secret place of the most high."
Testimony and praise-a source of inspiration
"He will be very gracious unto thee at the voice of thy cry . . .
he will answer thee."-Isaiah 30:19.
"I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my
help, My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and
earth."-Psaflms 121: 1-2.
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Another one of Dr. Wise's exams!!!
Studying-or a letter from home??
Well, yes, I like octopuses but
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John, you can't count that time for listening and reading.
Studying comes first to some.
Lecture notes, listening hours, outside reading, term
papers, and examinations are the devices used to
sharpen the minds of the scholars who gather knowl-
edge from the shelves of the library, the heads of the
professors, and the world around them. One may find
them on the lawn, in the library, in the classroom, or in
the dormitory room, always busy, always learning.
Study To Show Tbysey Approved Unto God-II Timothy 215
Ray Moore gives instruction during the Music Conference.
Missionary Helling speaks of Japan to Trevecca's prospective
rkfter hours of hard practice, the Music Conference culminated
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Opportunitzley to Broaden Horizom
Many opportunities to learn more about special fields
of interest come to Trevecca students each year. Among
the outstanding events this year was the Music Con-
ference which gave instruction in every area of religious
music. The Missionary Conference offered private
counseling for prospective missionaries as well as
exhibits, leetures, and messages from the different fields.
The Nlinisterial Association visited Kansas City to
tour our General Headquarters and see the Seminary.
The tour was planned to give further insight into the
functions of our General Church and better acquaint
ministerial students with our seminary.
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The Ministerial Association arriving for a tour of the seminary
in Kansas City.
Well, I prefer it to fish soup-
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Board Buildingin K.C. flelisnfeln un-ng Mlssw Con
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A trio hellps to create a "Misty" atmosphere
for the Valentine banquet
The Cafeteria-the scene of all our banquets
"Misty" was the theme for this year's Valentine Ban-
quet. Excellent planning by the Sophomores created a
truly "misty" atmosphere. The banquet glowed with a
romantic mood created by organ and trumpet music,
valentines, candle light, and warm smiles. In true tradi-
tion several engagements were announced.
Other banquets during the year were Freshman-
Sophomore, J unior-Senior, and Thanksgiving. The
Freshman Class sponsored the annual Christmas Party.
With "Santa's Workshop" as the theme, the freshmen
joined together to make this year's Christmas party one
of the best ever.
It's a new style dinner jacket.
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Santa and Mrs. Santa Claus welcome Christmas party
Santa's little elves put the finishing touches on the Christmas
Seen any witches?
I'm just a happy little clown.
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Tidwell Hall, Men's Residence
OK guys, hop in, and I'lll drive you to your rooms.
Hey, Randy, guess what!!!
The paint-scapade now joins the past,
Old curfew stands proud within the dell,
The woodwork is finished at last,
But, men of talent, you forgot the bell!
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A snowy February 28 was moving day. Ninety-seven
girls are now established in their new residence.
The new rooms with semi-private baths have all
the comforts of home: a desk for two, bookshelves,
comfortable beds, adequate lighting and closet space.
The rooms are done in four basic color schemes in light
pastel shades. A view of the campus or the city may be
seen from each window. Mrs. Mabel Orndoff, formerly
head resident of McKay Hall, has moved too.
Open House with a St. Patrick's Day theme was
March 6. Other features of the new building seen
at this time were a beautifully furnished lobby, a
lounge on each floor for the purposes of study and
prayer, and in the basement enclosed in glass windows,
a large kitchen and student center for recreational pur-
Fashions and hair styles are the subjects of discussion
in the sitting rooms on each Hoor. The furniture is
white and mulberry.
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"Oh, nobody will ever guess it is just a scarf."
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Smith Hall, Men's Residence..
"If the broom doesn't work, I'll use the shovel."
"Just a minute, Dick."
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Community Living Com Be Fun
"A home away from home," is what our residence
halls are to the students. It is here that we live and grow to be men and women. We learn to share, to cooperate,
to give, to be disciplined. We are given understanding,
fellowship, and an opportunity to become sons and
daughters Trevecca can be proud of.
Fun and fellowship in McKay.
McKay Hall, Women's Residence
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Dean Wise, Dean Adams, and Dr. Childers confer with
President Greathouse on matters of vital importance to
the success of our college. All of the administrators and
faculty members are dedicated to Trevecca and to providing
a Christian education for her students. They give willingly
of their time and energy for counseling and student
activities in addition to their administrative and teaching
Prefzklmt Emerituf D14 A. B. Mackejr
Upon the resignation of Dr. A. B. Mackey as Presi-
dent of the College, the Board of Trustees honored
hirn with the title of President Emeritus. For twenty-
seven years he served as the head administrator and
is now serving as a part-time teacher at Trevecca-
the College for which he has given his life!
REV. AND MRS.
Trevecca College owes much to "Pop" Keys, who
organized the office of field representative fourteen
years ago. It is through his efforts that Trevecca is
recognized across our zone
Pop is a truly glowing personality. When you know
him, you love him. He is one who brought enjoyment,
fellowship, and deep meaning to the travels of the
choirs, and one who could stir the heart with a brief
devotional, highlighted by his best-remembered char-
acteristic: his sincere prayers. By his example, special
meaning was brought to all phases of the Christian life.
Sincere interest characterizes his life. We remember
him as a counselor, friend, Christian example-and our
"Pop." We appreciate his philosophy of life, his con-
"Pop" and "Mom."
Leaving for choir tour.
CLIFFORD E. KEYS
sistent Christian living, and his love for T. N. C.
Organization was his motto, making him fulfill his
job with the greatest possible efficiency. As a result, he
gave himself to Trevecca, and his influence is felt by
many people both young and old throughout the South-
His special little woman, whom we know as "Mom,',
joined with him to make their stay at Trevecca one to
be always remembered. Animation characterizes her
glowing personality and affects all with whom she
comes in contact.
Our hearts feel a certain emptiness, yet, we rejoice
at their successes. They are always to be remembered,
cherished, and loved.
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"Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name."
The Psalmist had discovered the symphony of life. Because God was the center
of his existence, every power of his being joined in blessing the Lord.
"All that is within me." What an intriguing phrase! Every aspect of this rnan's
personality had been brought into a unity of purpose and expression. His
imagination blessed the Lord. His reason, his affections, his will, his every
power joined in the symphony of praise to Jehovah.
Christian education seeks to produce this symphony of life. Its goal is whole-
ness, harmony, health: a well rounded person integrated in God. True holiness
is the motive power of this process. By the infilling of the Spirit of God one's
"whole spirit and soul and body" are harmonized and directed to one end: to
love God with all the heart and neighbor as self, When this is reality, life
becomes a symphony of praise.
WILLIAM M. GREATHOUSE
New Prerident Leads the Way
EXECUTIVE COIVIMITTEE-Jolm L. Knight, Chainrnang Lloyd
B. Byron, Vice.Chai'rmang Otto Stucki, Sec'reta1-'yg Victor E.
Boom' of Trufteef
The Board of Trustees is elected by the people of the
Southeastern Educational Zone to form the policies and
to guide the advancement of the college.
Dr. D. S. Somerville
Leon G. Cook
John Howald, Jr.
E. H. Steenberger
Dr. C. E. Shumake
Edward F. Cox
J. E. Beckum
John T. Benson, Jr.
C. W. Galloway-Alumni VIRGINIA:
Dr. V. W. Littrell
E. M. Fox
D. S. Radcliffe
Victor E. Gray
Dr' L' B' Hicks WEST VIRGINIA:
Dr. H. Harvey Hendershot
T. James Boshell
Hadley Hall John R. Browning-Alumni
Samuel R. Brown
Oliver C. Huff
DR. JOHN L. KNIGHT
President, Board of Trustees
Dr. Mack Anderson
Bruce B. Hall
W. E. McCumber
Dr. John L. Knight
C. B. Nixon
Dr. L. S. Oliver
R. L. Anderson
Ralph W. Marlowe
W. Charles Oliver
J. C. Tousley
Dr. Lloyd B. Byron
C. M. Kelley
Dr. Otto Stucki
W. B. Welch
E. N. Gunter
Dr. W. M. Greathouse
MEMBERS AT LARGE
Dr. D. S. Somerville
Dr. Mack Anderson
Dr. L. S. Oliver
Home J. ADAMS
Dean of Arts and Sciences
F. FRANKLYN WISE
Dean of Students
V. NEIL RICHARDSON
Assistant to the President
Development and Public Relations
Kov W. PHILLIPS
Dean of Admissions and Records
LILA THRASHER MACKEY
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CHARLES L. CHILDERS
English, Biblical Language
A.B., Howard Payne Collegeg B.D., Asbury Theological Semi-
naryg M.A.g University of Louisvilleg Ph.D., Vanderbilt Univer-
ADRON HoLLrNs PHILLIPS
A.B., Trevecca Nazarene
Collegeg M.A., Peabody
Divifion 0 Languageig
Litemture and Fine Am-
In our shrinking world successful communication is
the goal of every nation. Music is the universal
language, but a knowledge of its history, theory, and
application are necessary to enter the field in a profes-
Literature, past and present, gives the student an
understanding of human experience through the imagi-
nation and observation of the great writers. Proficiency
in language, both native and foreign, gives one the
ability to share his knowledge and experience with
people around him.
WILLIAM W. JERNIGAN
A.B., Trevecca Nazarene
Collegeg B.D., Nazarene
M.A., Peabody College
Lim. THRASHER MACKEY
Librarian, Library Science
A.B., Oklahoma Central
State Teachers College
B.S., M.A., Peabody College
AMY L. PERSON
A.B., Asbury College
M.A., University of Kentucky
Fine Arts Building
Music Theory, Instrumental
A.B., Trevecea Nazarene
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BARBARA MCCLAIN RAMON UNRUH
Piano, Music Theory Voice, Music Theory
A.B., B.Mus. Olivet Nazarene B.Mus., Bethany Nazarene
Collegeg M.Mus., University Collegeg M.Mus., Birmingham
of Illinois Conservatory of Music
Piano, Music Theory
A.B., Trevecca Nazarene
Kov W. Pimurs
Biblical Literature, Practical Theology
Th.B., Trevecca Nazarene College
B.S., Middle Tennessee State College
M.A., Peabody College
B.D., Nazarene Theological Seminary
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Religion and Chrzktian
This division strives to give the student a thorough
knowledge of the Scripture for a heartfelt experience
with Christ and the understanding and methods neces-
sary to tell others of this experience. Consecrated Bible
scholars explain the teaching of the Bible as funda-
mental doctrine and in the light of coniiicting philoso-
phies. Intensive training in methods is provided for
students planning for the ministry and full time Chris-
J. LEON CHAMBERS
Biblical Literature, Theology Joan ALLAN KNIGHT
Th.B., Trevecca Nazarene Biblical Literature, Philosophy
Collegeg B.D., Nazarene A.B., Bethany Collegeg M.A.,
Theological Seminaryg M.A., University of Oklahomag
Ed.S., Peabody Collegeg B.D., Vanderbilt Universityg
D,D., Trevecca Nazarene Ph.D. Vanderbilt University
College Uune, 19641
F. FRANKLYN WISE?
Education, 'Christian Eclucation
A.B., Eastern Nazarene College
M.Ed., Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
MAUDE ALLEN STUNECK
A.B., University of Nlichigan
M.A., Vanderbilt University
Ph.D., University of Chicago
A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College
B.D., Nazarene Theological Seminary
MAURY ENGLISH Rznrorm
B.S., State Teachers College, Mississippig Th.,B., Trevecca Nazarene
Collegeg B.D. and M.A., Vanderbilt University
WILLIAM M. GREATHOUSE.
Biblical Literature, Theology
A.B., Lambuth Collegeg Th.B., Trevecca Nazarene College
M.A., Vanderbilt Universityg D.D., Trevecca Nazarene College
HOMER J. ADAMS
History, Divisional Chairman
A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College
M.A. and Ph.D., Peabody College
Division of Social .ftudzbf
The major emphasis of this division is teacher educa-
tion. Dedicated Christian teachers are its products.
History and social sciences provide for them a back-
ground of the society in which they will be leaders. The
history and methods of education give them the neces-
sary techniques to accomplish their purpose as
educational leaders, to guide children and youth into
a productive, well-rounded life.
G. LEWIS PENNINGTON
Th.B. and A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College
M.A., Peabody College
Ed.D., University of Mississippi
Th.B., Olivet Nazarene College
B.D., Nazarene Theological Seminary
M.A., University of Minnesota Uune, 19645
A.B., Trevecca Nazarene College
M.A., Peabody College
A. B. MACKEY
Economics, President Emeritus
Trevecca Nazarene College
A.B., Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College
M.A., Peabody College
LL.D., Northwest Nazarene College
DZ'WZ1fl.071 of .Ycience
The student of science and mathematics observes the
world about him, puts it under the microscope, gazes
at it through a telescope, mixes it together in a tubeg
he writes it all down on paper, the path of the stars, the
secrets of the atom. Through the scientific method he
discovers that God has created a marvelous universe.
CLIFTON M. TAYLOR
B.S., Murray State College
M.S., Vanderbilt University
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JOHN W. Dlx Bzology
Biology AB Trevecca Nazarene College
Trevecca Nazarene College M.A and EdS Peabody College
MA Peabody College PhD Peabody College CAugust 19643
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CARY T. Ducxm' EULA JEAN STEPHAN DAN M. HATFIELD. JOHN CLAYTON MABEL ORNDOFF
Secretary Bookkeeper Director of Student Aid Head Resident Head Resident
A.C.A., Bowling Green A.B., Trevecca Nazarene B.S., Belmont College Tidwell Hall Johnson Hall
Business University College
A.B., Georgetown College
M.A., University of
MARIE PERRY JULIA TYsoN HOWARD MEL'roN
Head Resident, Hardy Hall R.N., School Nurse Cafeteria Manager
JUNE WISE DAVID H. MARTIN MRS. DAVID H. MARTIN
Postmistress Maintenance Supervisor Maintenance Supervisor
MRS. JERRY COSTA
DOUGLAS Asxnw MARTHA GRAY Assistant Bookstore MRS. WINONA IRWIN
Assistant Bookkeeper Assistant Registrar Manager Head Resident McKay
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Becky, a junior at Trevecca, and Beth, in the fifth grade, both
play the piano.
Mrs. Greathouse arranges a centerpiece for
Beginning each class with prayer, we read, study, and
apply our way to an education. This is the major
movement of our symphony.
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LESLIE BEARDEN . . . . . .Vice-President
CAROL JoHNsoN . . . ....,..........,.....,, Secretary
JOHN CHILTON . . . ,,,.. Student Council Representative
. ....,...,....e.,..,.,.. President
PHILIP NEELEY ..
LILLIAN BUCKNER . . . .,., Reporter
BARBARA BECKNER . . . . , .Treasurer
MRS. A. B. MACKEY . . , . . .Sponsor
MATTIE FREY ADKINS
"Gratitude is a fruit of great cultivationg you
do not find it among gross people."
JERRY LEE APPLEBY
"Reason and calm judgment, the qualities
specikzlly belonging to a. lea.der,',
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Ministerial
Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council
Representative 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 43
Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Math
Club 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 33 Male Chorus 43
Male Quartets 1, 2, 3.
MARY ELLEN BAGGETT
"Good character is propertyg it is the noblest
of all possessions."
Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4.
CAROL LYNN BARNES
"Be not first by whom the new is tried, nor
yet the last to lay the old asidefi
Student Education Association 11 Kappa Sigma
Phi 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4: Clio
Society 35 Tx-ev-Echoes Staff 23 Math Club 3: Art
Club 3, Vice--President 43 Junior Class Reporterg
Science Club Reporter 2, 3, 4.
RUTH CHRISTENSEN BAUMGARDNER
"Curiosity is one of the permanent
and certain characteristics of a
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2:
Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 45
Honor Society 3, 43 Clio Society 1, 2:
Science Club 2, 3, 4: Dorm Counselor 2:
Girls' Chorus 1. 2, 3.
LESLIE RAY BEARDEN
"Content to follow where he leads the
Transfer Student: Christian Workers'
Association 3, 4: Ministerial Association 3,
President 43 Senior Class Vice-President.
"I love her for her smile-her look-
her way of speaking gently."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 43
Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4:
Kappa Sigma Phi 45 Trevecca Athletic
Association 43 Math Club 2, Senior
Class Reporter: Science Club 1, 2.
PHYLLIS RAE Buss
':The fairest garden is her looks, and
in her mind the wisest books."
Christian Workers' Association 1:
Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 43
DARDA Editor 4: Honor Society
1. 2, 3, 4: DARDA Stat? 2, 3, 4: Class
Treasurer 21 Class Secretary 35 Speech
Club 3: Scholarships 1, 2. 3, 4:
Most Dependable Award 3.
DANNY HOLLIS BRANHAM
"And still they gazed and still the 'wonder
grew that one small head could carry all he
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3. 4: Student
Education Association 4: Trevecca Athletic
Association 1, 2: Science Club 1.
PATRICIA LAWSON BROACH
"My soul with satisfaction of all wantsg
Because God's gifts put man's best dreams to
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Student
Education Association 1. 2.
BARBARA ANN BECKNER
"But strength of mind is exercise, not rest."
Transfer Studentg Student Education Association
3, 43 Honor Society 43 DARDA Staff 45 Trevecca
Athletic Association 3: Math Club 3, 41 Senior
Class Treasurer-1 Dorm Counselor 4: Science Club
P1-IOEBE INEZ BOWNE
A.B. MUSIC EDUCATION
"Dost thou love life? Then do not squander
time, for that is the stnf life is 'made of."
Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Trevecca Athletic Association
1, 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 1, 23 Student Education
gfsgcilation 3, 43 Kappa Sigma Phi 4: Speech
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JOHN F. CHILTON, JR.
KA little learning is a dangerous thingg Drink
deep, or taste not the Pierias Spring."
Transfer Student: Christian Workers' Association
3, 43 Student Education Association 3, 43 Student
Council Representative 43 Treasurer 4: Honor
Society 43 Clio Society 3. 4, President 33 Class
Vice-President 3: Scholarship 3.
JOHN R. CLAYTON
"From thee, great God, we spring, to thee we
tend,-path, motive, guide, original and end."
Christian Workers' Association 1, President 2,
Visitation Chairman 43 Ministerial Association,
Vice-President 43 Trevecca Missionary Fellowship
1, 3, Vice-President 2. 3.
A.B. Music EDUCATION
Few things are impossible to diligence and
Transfer Student 3: A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Kappa
Sigma Phi 43 Student Education Association 43
Trevecca Athletic Association 43 Music Club 3. 43
Christian Workers' Association 3 4
ROGER WESLEY COSTA
A B BIOLOGY
"A good name is like a precious ointmentg it
filleth all around about, and will not easily
Science Club 1, 2, 3, President 43 Speech Club 3, 43
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Trevecca
Athletic Association 1, 2. 3, 4, President 2:
Student Council Representative 2.
EDWARD LEBRON FAIRBANKS
"My conscience clear my chief
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 33
Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4.
LARRY DEAN FOSTER
"Nothing great was ever achieved
Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3, 43
Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Music
Club 1, 23 Trevecca Athletic Association
1. 2: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3,
PAUL H. HETRICK
"I look upon the wofrld as my
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3:
Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Trevecca
Missionary Fellowship 2, 3, 4.
MARTHA YOUNG Hom:
"The quiet mind is richer than a
crown . . ."
Student Education Association 1, 25
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 4,
Reporter 33 Literary Club 2.
PATRICIA A. HALL
"There is a Power whose care teaches thy way
along the pathless coast."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2: Trevecca
Missionary Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1. 4.
SHELBIE LEE HENDERSON
"Life, like ci dome of many-colored, glass,
Stains the white radiance of Eternity. Adastra
Christian Workers' Association 1, 3. 45 Student
Education Association 1, 2. 3, 43 Kappa Sigma Phi
3, 4: DARDA Staff 4g Art Club 3: Dorm Counsel?
"My mind to me a kingdom is,
Such present joys therein I find."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 43 DARDA
Staff 3, 43 Trev-Echoes Staff 21 Class President 3.
DONALD F. IRWIN
"T0iling, rejoicing, onward through life he
Student Education Association 23 Student Council
Representative 31 Trevecca Athletic Association
1, 2, 3, -1: Class President 43 Science Club 1, 2.
C. ED IRWIN
"Music exalts each joyg allays each grief."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 33 Music Club
1, 23 A Cappella Choir 1.2, 3: Male Quartet 1, 2.
MARILYN BALDWIN IRWIN
"Let such teach others who themselves excel,
and censure freely who have written well."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Student
Education Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Club 1, 2, 35
Trev-Echoes Staff 2, Editor 3: Honor Society
2, 3, 45 Math Club 2, 3, 4, President 2: Dorm
Counselor 43 Girls' Chorus 1. 2, 3: Leadership
BARBARA ANN JOHNSON
"Music hath charms to sooth a savage
beast, to soften rocks, or bend a
Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2,
Vice-President 33 Music Club 1, 2, 43
Kappa Sigma Phi 4: Trevecca Athletic
Association 1, 2, 33 Girls' Chorus 1. 21
A Cappella Choir 3: Class Treasurer 3:
Speech Club 4.
CAROL JOANN JOHNSON
"Many things difficult to design
prove easy to performance."
Transfer Student 2: Trevecca Athletic
Association 2. 33 Christian Workers'
Association 2, 3, 43 Clio Society 2. 3. 4.
Secretary 3: Student Education
Association 2. Vice-President 4: Class
Secretary 4: Girls' Chorus 4.
KATHLEEN .ELIZABETH McKAY
"Yet in herself she clwelleth not
although no home were half so fair."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 33
Student Education Association 23 Music
Club 1. 2: Trevecca Missionary
Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 43 Trevecca Athletic
Association 1. 2, 33 Dorm Counselor 25
Girls' Chorus 4.
ALLEN D. MIDCAP
"One science only will one genius fitg
So vast is a'rt, so narrow human wit."
Christian Workers' Association 33 Student
Education Association 33 Math Club
1. 2, 3, 4.
E. RAY KOHSER
"Good nature and good sense must ever join,
To err is human, to forgive, divine."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Student
Education Association 2, 3, 43 Trev-Echoes Staff 3,
Business Manager 43 Trevecca Athletic Association
1, 2, 4: Girls' Chorus 2. 3. 43 Sportsmanship
MARILYN JANE LILLARD
"A mind at peace with all below,
A heart whose love is innocent."
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Student
Education Association 1, 2, 3, Reporter 43 Trevecca
Missionary Fellowship 3, 43 DARDA Staif 31
Art Club 2, 33 Dorm Counselor 3, 4.
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"Blessing she is: Gocl mode her so, and deeds
of week day holiness fall from he'r noiseless
as the snowfl
Christian Workers' Association 1. 2, 3, 4: Student
Education Association 1, 2. Secretary 3, President 4:
Speech Club 3: Girls' Chorus 2, 3.
PHILIP ARLEN NEELEY
"He's true to God, whcfs true to manf,
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3: Trevecca
Missionary Fellowship 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4: Class
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JOYCE ANN P1c1-:ENS
"Life hath no dim and lowly spot that doth
not in her sunshine share."
Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 23 Clio Society 1:
Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Kappa
Sigma Phi 45 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
RUTH ADELE RAGLAND
"She doeth little kindnesses which 'most
leave undone, or despise?
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2: Student
Education Association 1, 2, 33 Trevecca Athletic
Association 1: Girls' Chorus 1.
H. WARREN RAGLAND, JR.
"His can't be wrong whose life is in
Christian Workers' Association 2, 3, 4:
Ministerial Association 2, 3. Treasurer 4:
Music Club 13 Trevecca Athletic
Association 1: A Cappella Choir 1.
KATHLEEN ADELE RHYNE
"Men must be taught as if you taught
them not, and things unknown
proposed as things forgot."
Student Education Association 1, 2, 3:
Trevccca Athletic Association 1, 25 Art
Club 3: Science Club 2.
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"Though a man be wise it is no shame for him
to live and learn."
Christian Workers' Association 1: Student Education
Association 2: Trevecca Athletic Association
E 1, 2, 3, 4: Clio Society 2.
KAREN SUE SKINNER
"She was a 'phantom of delight When first
she gleamed upon my sight.
Christian Worlfczjs' Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Student
Education Association 1. 2. 3, 4: Kappa Sigma Phi 4:
Trevecca Athletic Association 43 Speech Club
3, 4: Science Club 3.
BOB EDWARD SMITH
"How many a mah has dated a new
era in his life from the reading of a
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:'G1'eat feelings hath she of her own, 4 V 4
Which lesser souls may never know." F
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 41
Student Education Association 2, 3, 43
Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 1. 2, 3, 43
Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2,
Vice-President 3, 4.
ROBERT LEWIS TAYLOR
"How happy he who crowns in shades like
these, A youth of labour with an age of ease."
MARY BEVERLY Tooivuss
"Secure, whate'er she gives, she gives the
Christian Workers' Association 1, 2, 3. 4: Student
Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Sigma Phi
3, 43 Art Club 3: Dorm Counselor 4, Girls' Chorus 4.
ALBERT IAEE TRUESIJALE, JR.
"Truth from his lips prevailed with double
sway, And fools, who came to scof, remained
Christian Workers' Association 1. 2. 3,
Vice-President 4: Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4:
Trevecca Athletic Association 2, 3.
RICHARD WILLARD WATERMAN
"An honest ma'n's the noblest work of God." I
PHYLLIS KAY W1I.Ls
"Beauty is truth, truth beauty,"-that 'is all 'ge
know on earth and all ye 'need to know."
Christian Workers' Association 1. 2, 3, 4: Student
Education Association 1, 2. 3, 4: Music Club 1:
Kappa Sigma Phi 4: Speech Club 3, 4: Girls'
Chorus 1. 2.
Edward William Allred-A.B. Music Education: Leon Gene Cook-A.B. Religion:
Eldridge Barnett Eads-A.B. Religion: Claude W. Galloway, Jr.-A.B. History:
Raymond Hartsell Murphy-A.B. Religion: James Arthur Pickard-Jr. Theological :
Jeanette Mitchell Hoskins-A.B. Education-Psychology: Janice Catherine Smith-
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CATHY CHILTON ....
SARA CASDORPH , A.
SUZANNA MCMANUS , .
DR. CHARLES CHILDERS
LESLIE FARTHING .. ,
JOHN SUGG ,..,....
ERBIN BAUMGARDNER . , .
,Student Council Representative
. . . .Sponsor
. , . . . .President
. , . . .Vice-President
, . . . .Reporter
JEAN CRAN SHAW
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Norma P. Smith
Ann Van Hook
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Misty" was the theme of the Valentine Banquet sponsored by
SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED
Bill Beasley Harold Jarratt
Samuel Bell Danny Jones
Judy Brooks Gerald Marlow
Natalie Clayton John Murphy
Randolph Cooper Roy Ragsdale
Paul Crew Shirley Riddle
Judy Ann Ferriss Loyd Tucker
David Hage Nellie West
Don Hale Harry White
l James Hill James Whitt
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BEVERLY MOORE A . , . . ,....,,,,..,......., President
STEVEN OLIVER , , , , . . Student Council Representative
EDDIE PATTERSON . . . ,,.............. Vice-President
MARY BLUME .. ....... Reporter
JAN FORMAN ..,. .... T reamwer
DIANNE PETERS . . . ..... Secretary
Miss BARBARA MCCLAIN .... . . ,Sponsor
N ORMA COLE
MARY ANN HORN
BILLY JOE RICHEY
J UNE RIDDLE
RUTH ELLEN MAY
NORMA JEAN SMITH
FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS
Joycs GORDON .4.. ...., T TEUSUTET
P1-IILLIP THRASHER . , . .......A,. .,.,,,....... P resident
JIM HENDERSHO1' . . 4 .... Student Council Representative
DR. JOHN Dlx , ,. ..,.........,,,....,... Sponsor
KAREN UNRUH . . , .....,,. Reporter
JANICE MILBY ,... .,.. V ice-President.
SALLY WYRICK ,... ,... . . Sec-reizaxry
Third Row: Fifth Row:
Jimmy Brackett Janie Carroll
Carl Breeden Ruth Ann Carson
Lenez Buice Nancy Carter
Carla Brundige NGHCY C19m91'15
Chet Burch Billie Jean Cline
Z. D. King, Jr.
J eff Moles
Jo Ann Webb
Dlane Horn Woodward
FRESHMEN NOT PICTURED
Charles Henderson Ange, Fred William Bates, David Ernest
Benson, Joyce Irene Burton, Saundra M. Cooper, Frances E.
Doner, Sharon L. Donaldson, Don Fix, John Foster, Wayland
Gawthorp, Jack Galloway, Lawrence Gore, Dwayne Hood,
Lowell Houston, Carl Howard, Maxie Howard, Merrol Hyde,
Larry Kimbler, Rosemary McCant, Levis Nalley, Larry Wendell
Nash, Margaret Patrick, Judy Pettit, Larry Ries, Dorothy
Roberts, Jane Roberts, Earl Sams, Audrey Smith, John Staley,
Jimmie Troup, Carolyn E. Walker, Carolyn White, Diana
Whitley, Nello Woodhouse, Howard Wright.
Lucy Williams, pianist, of St. Louis, Missouri,
presented her junior recital November 15. She
was assisted by Professor James Van Hook,
trumpeter, and the Brass Ensemble which
made its debut. Miss Williams chose 'three
classical pieces for the first section and a suite
of contemporary pieces for the second. The
climax of the performance was a solo arrange-
ment for the piano of George Gershwin's
Rhapsody in Blue.
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fort included arias from oratorios and operas. She was
assisted by Miss Annette Troup, pianist, and Professor
James Van Hook, trumpeter. To climax the evening
Miss Comfort sang Let My Song Fill Your Heart by
Charlesg Gillis' F ine Eyesg M ofrning by Speaks
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The construction of a new entrance way is the all-school
project sponsored by the students under the leadership of
the Student Council. john Sugg and Steve Oliver,
pictured at the right with Rev. W7illiam Anderson,
Assistant to the President, are the chairmen of the Project
Committee. This project will fill an important need and at
the same time give favorable publicity for our College.
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Echoes Editorg Jim Hendershot, Freshman Representativeg Sara
Casdorph, Junior Representativeg Phyllis Buss, DARDA Editorg
STANDING: Steve Oliver, Sophomore Representativeg Jim Knight,
Affociated Student Body faery
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dent Body, the Student Council carries out an aggres-
sive program on the campus, One of the highlights of
this year's activities was a concert featuring Mr. Robert
Hale, who recently received the National Singer of the
Year Award. The speaker for the spring lecture series
sponsored by the Student Council this year is Lee
Shevel, one of the nation's most outstanding elec-
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Debate: Societies vs. Classes.
Jltudent Leaderrlnlzl Conference
Plans for the Physical Education Building were shown.
Fishing break for Dr. Adams.
With Montgomery Bell State
Park as a haven, representa-
tives of both students and
faculty meet to confer on those
issues of current interest. Maj or
points of discussion at this
year's conference were commu-
nity projects, elections, socie-
ties, orientation, the athletic
program and the student center.
These Leadership Conferences
have proven to be a successful
method of improving student-
The Alumni Booster's Club under the
leadership of Rev. Edward Cox, presi-
dent of the Trevecca Alumni Associa-
tion is beginning with great enthusiasm.
An alumnus who wishes to become a
member gives 285.00 and receives a rec-
ord album and subscriptions to Trev-
Echoes and the Trevecca Messenger.
Three-fourths of the money received
will be applied to the proposed Physical
Education Building and one-fourth to a
matching scholarship fund. We ap-
preciate this expression of loyalty as
well as the splendid attendance at the
annual Alumni Banquet at graduation
Rev. Edward Cox, president of the Alumni Association, presents the first official
BO0SlZi3l',S Club membership check to Rev. William Anderson, Assistant to the
This council, elected by the students of the residence
Reyznlnce Hallf Council
halls, serves as counsellors to the students and as an
advisory committee to the Dean of Students. At the
monthly meetings with the Dean, student problems and
Richard Miller, Mary Toombs, Dallas Hill, Jim Knight, Betty Ways of Solving them are discussed'
Lacy, Barbara Sharpton, Marilyn Lillard, Dennis Orner, and Dr.
Wise, Dean of Students.
Assistant Business Manager
consultation with Mr. Walker
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JANICE MILBY, SUZANNA MCMANUS, SHELBIE HENDERSON,
DIANNE PETERS, Class Editors
Recording ew Endeavors
The DARDA Staff of 1964 presents to you a book of
memories. For the presentation of these memories we
selected the theme, "The Symphony of Life." For as
the instruments of a symphony orchestra play together
in beautiful harmony, so the individual instruments of
Trevecca, students, faculty, static, and supporters, must
work together that we may, in the service of Christ,
share the beauty and harmony of the Christian life with
all the world.
Dicx BAILEY and ESTHER FARMER,
BARBARA BECKNER, JEANNE THRASHER, JANET VERNON
DR. F. FRANKLYN WISE
THOM HOUSEMAN Assists Mr. Walker in planning advertisements.
DQVIE CONNER DENNIS ORNER, CAROL J OHNSON, ANN VAN Hoox, DOUGLAS ASK!-zw,
Typist Feature Editors Photographer
Recording for Treveecel College
The Trev-Echoes Staff endeavors to record the
"symphony of life" at Trevecca-spiritual, academic,
and social. One will find printed on its pages news of the
Missionary Conference and the latest revival, activities
of the CWA, and up-to-date information on interna-
tional aifairs. The new feature this year is the Sports
Page, exclusively for sports, written by a staff of sports-
men. The campus paper is produced bi-monthly for
distribution on campus and subscribers on the Zone.
KATHLEEN KESTER JEAN CRANSHAW DR. CHARLES C1-m.nERs
Editor Managing Editor Advisor
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JEANNE T1-XRASHER, JIM KNIGHT, SARA CASDORPH MARGIE SMITIP KAY FREY
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DR. LEON CHAMBERS
Chapel Committee Chaiwnan
At the eleventh hour each day, the College turns to
prayer, turns to the work of collecting or re-collecting
the scattered pieces of ourselves into the oneness of
God's presence. And He is there.
Redecorated last summer as the result of the all-
school project, the chapel, with soft organ music now
being played before the service, is a beautiful place to
worship. The services this year have been rich in
spiritual blessings and exciting in a new way. Dr. Cham-
bers and the Chapel Committee have done an excellent
job in presenting well organized services with interest-
ing themes and speakers.
DR. RICHARD TAYLOR DR. LEON FISHER
Representative, Nazarene Theological Seminary Benson Leanne Series
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REV. HUBERT HELLING MISS IRENE JESTER REV. EARL MORGAN
Japan Swaziland, Africa Lebanon
Missionary Conference Missionary Conference Missionary Conference
DR. HUGH C. BENNER
DR. ROY STEVENS and DR. R. T. WILLIAMS, JR.
"Inspiration Invasions" are being made by the A
Cappella Choir for the first time this year. In addition to
the choir presentation at the central church of an area,
the members disperse to the surrounding churches as
quartets and trios to carry the spirit of Christ in music.
This new outreach on weekends in addition to the
regular spring tour enables many more churches to
meet the students of Trevecca Nazarene College. Under
the leadership of Professor Ramon Unruh, the choir is
bound for the General Assembly in June.
A Cappella Chair
FIRST Row: S. Murphree, L. Williams, C. Brundige, K. Salser.
J. Thrasher, S. Comfort, J. Osborne, C. Richardson, L. Linn,
A. Hawkins. SECOND Row: K. Frey, S. Jamison, B. Greathouse,
E. Cloud, B. Moore, S. McManus, L. Arender, D. Peters, M.
Mounts, Prof. Unruh. T1-mm Row: C. Taylor, L. Huggins, D.
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Crigger, D. Post, F. Bates, K. Vennum, H. Jamison, P. Johnson,
P. Thrasher, G. Streit. FOURTH Row: L. Mason, D. Orner, G.
Wilson, G. Simmons, J. Hendershot, J. Knight, L. Knight, E. Par-
rish, T. McAdory.
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FIRST ROW: S. Hill, J. Milby, R. Kohser, E. Hyatt, A. Jackson,
B. Cline, J. Vernon, P. Dinkins, C. Pickens. SECOND Row: J. Car-
roll, N. Clayton, B. McKay, J. Ross, S. Adrian, S. Callihan,
The Treble-Tone Choir brings inspirational mes-
sages in song to the campus, the local churches, and the
Southeastern Zone on Spring tour. This year they are
wearing new forest green robes and singing, under the
direction of Miss Barbara McClain, sacred songs, both
classical and gospel. The Treble-Tones join the A Cap-
pella Choir and Men's Glee Club in presenting the an-
nual spring concert.
Treble- Tone Choir
E. Farmer, J. Hersman, J. Gordon, A. Troup. THIRD ROW: S. Hall,
K. Unruh, M. Jenkins, -S. Wyrick, M. Stanistreet, C. Chilton,
M. Toombs, N. Carter, N. Smith, M. Smith.
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The lVIen's Glee Club has become very popular this
year. Under the very capable direction of Prof. James
Van Hook, the Glee Club sings for campus occasions,
this year they provided all the music for the spring
revival. Miss Dianne Peters, piano accompanist, and a
brass ensemble provide beautiful music for the songs
which they sing. This spring for the first time the Glee
Club made a weekend tour.
Men? Glee lub
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JAMES VAN Hoox DIANNE PETERS
FIRST Row: J. Huff, N. Denby, J. Galloway, R. Gomer. SECOND
Row: B. Sutton, W. Wood, B. Richey, D. Bailey, R. Goodman,
R. Say, D. Stucki. THIRD Row: T. Golliher, G. Wiseman, D. Rogier,
J. Bearden, T. Miley, B. Baggott. FOURTH ROW: J. Appleby,
F. Parker, L. Farthing, J. Sugg, J. Forman, H. Lake, E. Irwin,
JOHN C1-I1I.roN BARBARA HooP1-:R
Jnvuvw KNIGHT JERRY McCAN'r
Scholarship is the aim of these students who con-
sistently maintain a grade point average of 2.5.
Graduating seniors from this group receive an invita-
tion to become members of the Zeta Chapter of the Phi
Delta Lambda, the national honor organization of
Nazarene colleges. At the annual breakfast at gradua-
tion time new members are inducted into the Zeta
BARBARA BI-:CKNER PHYLLIS Buss
MARILYN BALDWIN IRWIN
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KATHRYN NEWTON Miss PERSON
Honor tfoezety for
Jim Hendershot, Larry Woodward, Jerry Appleby, Carl Taylor, Prof.
James Van Hook, Steve Oliver, Bill Johnson, David Hage, Bob Sutton,
Members of the Brass Ensemble play with Rev. Reuben Rodeheaver at
the Music Convention.
Making its debut this year in Miss Lucy
William's recital in November, the Brass En-
semble has become a popular group. Under the
direction of Professor James Van Hook, it has
accompanied the choirs in various concerts, and
trios and quartets from the group have given
inspirational musical numbers in chapel.
Jim Hendershot, baritone, Larry Huggins, first tenorg Phillip
Thrasher, pianistg Carl Taylor, second tenorg Jim Knight, bass.
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Trcvccca's First Full Scholarship Quartet
The Trev-dores are traveling out in the zone every
weekend singing in churches and encouraging young
people to attend Trevecca Nazarene College. In addition
to a full load in school and many practice hours every
Week, these men are also active as members of the
A Cappella Choir and in athletics. Rev. William Ander-
son, Assistant to the President, accompanies them as
advisor and speaker. This group acts as coordinators
between the College and the people on the zone for such
projects as the Booster's Club, the planned Physical
Education Building, scholarship funds, and the new
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OFFICERS -S Jones Secretary S Casdorph Reporter N Clay
Clnfzlftzbln Workerf Aizrociation
Students of Trevecca College show an active interest
in the spiritual needs of the people of Nashville. In more
than twenty services each week in the hospitals, jails,
rest homes, juvenile court, and the penitentiary, the
gospel of Christ is sung and preached to needy souls.
Supported by the students, the Christian Workers As-
sociation provides an excellent opportunity for personal
soul winning, and it has become an integral part of the
"symphony of life" at Trevecca College.
ton Follow Up Secretary L Dodson President K Walker Vice
President J Clayton V1s1tat1on Chauman J Chllton Treasurer
Help for a needy soul ,
through only a small square
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Testimonies become a source of help for sinful men.
Christian Workers at the County Jail in downtown Nashville
Workers gather for prayer before leaving to minister to
the children at Juvenile Court.
St. Paul on one of his missionary journeys left
this word for those who remained behind:
"Brethern, PRAY for us." Striving to be laborers
together in the faith, the Missionary Prayer Band
meets once a week to devote special attention to
the prayer requests and needs of the men and
women of God on the various mission fields. The
band's leader for the year is Paul Hetrick. Mem-
bership includes all those who find the Friday
noon prayer and fasting time an avenue of service.
Miffionary Prayer Band
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Workers bring cheer and sunshine as well as spiritual help to
Grace Rest Home
In our times the missionary is no longer asked to be
the church's representative to an unknown land across
a treacherous sea as he was a generation ago. The mis-
sionary sent to the world today is a fellow traveller
amid the interchange of many people. Greater than ever
before is the challenge to the consecrated man of God
with the mission to evangelize the world. Technical
skills, knowledge of God's world, and an understanding
of the communistic threat comprise only part of the
training necessary. The Missionary Fellowship is active
in bringing this type of information and challenge to
those who anticipate an appointment to the mission
field. Leaders of the groups this year are: Paul Hetrick,
Presidentg Jack Clayton, Vice-Presidentg Natalie Clay-
ton, Secretaryg Phil Neeley, Treasurerg Mary Meighan,
Solemn, sacred, and serious is the life of the minister.
Upon the head of each candidate falls the hallowed
commission: Go ye and minister unto them, taking no
thought for yourselves, what ye shall eat or what ye
shall wear. No one enters into the awesome vows of
divine orders without feeling the responsibility and the
gravity of such an overwhelming task. But sufficient
and faithful is He who calleth these, who have deter-
mined to do it through their full dedication. The man of
God, called to serve, ordained to be a clergyman is
candid in his intellectual honesty and compassionately
devoted to his task. The Ministerial Association is de-
signed to present the religion student with the high
goals of his calling and to help him to participate in
activities that further the realization of such goals.
Elected to serve the association are: Leslie Bearden,
Presidentg Jack Clayton, Vice-Presidentg Paul Hetrick,
Secretaryg Warren Ragland, Treasurerg Jess Midden-
The humanities speak in history. N o education can be
complete without a study of the heritage of the past. The
task of the Christian historian lies in being objective in
his analysis of past events. He searches for truth and
Christian meaning in history. These future historians
search for knowledge in the records of the past and the
news of today. Officers for the society are: Cathy
Chilton, President, Jan Forman, Vice-Presidentg Anne
Bohler, Secretaryg Leslie Farthing, Treasurer, Bill
Education is an essential part of toclay's living. To
make instructing a vocation is the goal of a large num-
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ber of the students at Trevecca. In leading the minds of
the youth of America lies the power of creating the
social and character structures of the world tomorrow.
Christian educators, deeply persuaded in the faith, are
able to install morality and purpose in the souls of their
charges. The S.E.A. presents professional guidance
and information to the education major and endeavors
to draw him into a scholastic fellowship. Directing the
association this year are: Mary Moore, President, Carol
Johnson, Vice-President, Nancy Wills, Secretary, Sara
Casdorph, Treasurer, Marilyn Lillard, Reporter.
Protesting the cacophony of the music in this era, the
Music Club holds music to be an artistic and moving
expression of the deeper level of life. From the depths
of our appreciation for God and truest reality comes an
inward pulse to create and enrich the fullest under-
standing and power of music. It is an experience of
worship and adorationfor the immortality of the beauti-
ful rhapsody of God and His world. Good music be-
comes the symphonic stepping stones to intrinsic values.
Club leaders for this year are: Lucy Williams, Presi-
dent, Cathy Chilton, Vice-President, Carla Brundige,
Secretaryg Joyce Gordon, Treasurer, Becky Great-
Desiring to know and be known of others, the human
soul pursues the study of rhetoric. Through communi-
cation with others man finds his place in the world and
with it the responsibility of leading his fellowman. In
rhetoric lies the power to still or stir the passions of
men, a worthy goal of the cultured mind. Elected to
serve this year are: Ann Jackson, Presidentg Dennis
Orner, Vice-President, Janet Vernon, Secretaryg
Eugenia Cloud, Treasurer, Kay Frey, Reporter.
Collegers in the mathematics field find the scientific
ideal. Here is the classical model of all the sciences. In
the processes of this study lies the descriptive possibil-
ity necessary to the concept of universal operations.
Math is the challenge of abstracts, and because of its
area of performance assaying the order and regularity
of functions, it can lead a person to appreciate the Ulti-
mate Truth. Math club spokesmen for this year are:
Wayne Dollar, Presidentg Harry White, Vice-President,
Suzanna McManus, Secretaryg Kelly Flannery, Treas-
urer, J ean' Cranshaw, Reporter.
Collegians given to scientific studies have a yearning
to discover the true understanding of nature and the
order of things. The scientist also is acquiring a certain
security that comes with comprehending the maximum
predictability of things. He can see the purpose behind
phenomenon when he allows his Christian concept of
God's ultimate truth to temper his interpretation of
created matter. Heading the club in this year's activities
are: Roger Costa, President, Levis Nalley, Vice-Presi-
dent, Pat Hall, Secretaryg Jeanne Thrasher, Treasurer,
Gene Dalton, Reporter.
Kappa Jlzgma Phi
The educated mind arranges thoughts to best relate
his mood of mind. He sees meaning in symbols and dis-
covers feeling in phrases. Prose and poetry are worlds
of adventure and recreation to him. To understand and
to use one's native language creatively is a worthy
ability demonstrative of a cultured intellect. The Kappa
Sigma Phi brings collegians into a group where the
interest in these things can be discussed and expanded.
These interests and understandings will help each one
to find a new facet to reality and living. Elected to serve
the club are: Jean Cranshaw, Presidentg Lynn Barnes,
Vice-Presidentg Margie Smith, Secretaryg Joyce Bain,
Treasurerg Jane Cranshaw, Reporterg Ruth Ellen May,
Librariang Mrs. K. W. Phillips, Sponsor.
JIM KNIGHT . . ...,.. Chairman
MARY BLUME ..... Secretary-Treasurer
Alabama Club Ear! Kentucky Club
East Tenneffee Club Florula Club
MARY ANN HORN FRED Cosas
SHARON HALL LINDA HILL
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Georgzu Club Kentucky Club
HARRIS Jmruson president
President MARTHA MOUNTS
KEN BERCK Secretary-Treasurer
Secretary-Treasurer J ANICE MILBY
MZIIZIIQPZ Club Nmftb Curoluul Club
President LARRY Hugcms
MARY Toomns Pfesldem
Secretary-T'rea.s'u.'rer KATHY NEWTON
SIDNEY COMFORT Secretary-Treasurer
Soutb Carolina Club Tenueffee Club
MARY Jo JENKINS ' DAvm PARRISH
BILLIE JEAN CLINE BECKY GREATHOUSE
Virginia Club Wert IH1"gl.1'li6l Club
GARY STREIT JOYCE BAIN J President
President Treasurer DAN ROVES
DIANNE PETERS RUTH ANN CARSON DoN Ross
Secretary Reporter Reporter
Athletics play a major role in the lives of Trevecca
students. Rapidly becoming a part of the curriculum,
sports activities have made considerable progress this year
under the leadership of Trevecca Athletic Association
president, Jim Knight. The most noted accomplishment
of the Athletic department was the "kicking off" of the
drive for the new Physical Education Building.
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JIM KNIGHT JEAN CRANSHAW MARY BLUME EUGENIA CLOUD ROGER COSTA
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T. A. A. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
The Executive Council co-ordinates the ac-
tivities of the Trevecca Athletic Association and
attempts to encourage student participation.
The purpose of the Trevecca Athletic Association is to pro-
vide physical education for students through its intramural
sports. Three societies, each of which includes both men and
women, are provided for this purpose. Sports include football,
basketball, softball, tennis, track, ping-pong, volleyball, and
chess. Each year the societies draft the incoming freshmen for
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FIRST ROW: Beverly Moore, Jean Cranshaw, Eugenia Cloud, Mary Bliune.
SECOND Row: Jan Forman, Lloyd Manning, Jim Knight, Roger Costa.
The Alpha society, under
the leadership of Society
chairman, Beverly Moore,
finished second in football
and men's basketball, and
first in women's basketball.
Beverly also served as head
Fmsr Row: Glenn Wheaton,
Sandra Murphree, Patty
Wyatt, Sylvia Jamison.
Beverly Moore, Jean Cran-
shaw, Joyce Andrews,
Larry Mason, Lester Bying-
ton. SECOND Row: Bill
Ammons, Vernon Hender-
son, Fred Nutter, David
Bays, Ruth Ellen May, Jan
Milby, Mary Blume, Art
Storey, Dan Mills, Ray
Byrd, Billy Joe Richey,
Bobby Sutton, Troy Miley.
The Beta society, led by
chairman Lloyd Manning,
fought its way to the cham-
pionship in both football
and basketball. Carol Rich-
ardson was the Beta head
Fmsr Row: Carolyn Kent,
Janet Vernon, Jo Amie
Webb, Carol Richardson,
Carol Goodwin, Eugenia
Cloud, Deanie Witherspoon.
SECOND Row: Dick Bailey,
Karen Skinner, Kay Wills,
Nancy Wills, Connie Gor-
don, Ruth Downing, Esther
Farmer, Judy Pettit, Billie
Jean Cline, Sidney Comfort,
Carl Taylor. 'THIRD ROW:
Jim Tabers, Jim Mahan,
Lloyd Manning, Larry
Knight, Jim Knight, Ron
Hall, Everett Hanner, Roger
Costa, Willard Wood, Eddie
The Delta society placed
third in both football and
basketball but placed sev-
eral athletes on the all-star
teams. Jan Forman served
as society chairman and
Glenda Harper was head
Fnzsr Row: Ann Tucker,
Linda Hill, Nancy Mastin,
Glenda Harper, Neva Hud-
son, Cleta Clineg Judy
Drake. SECOND Row: David
Stucki, Jan Osborne, Grace
Benson, Becky Greathouse,
Joyce Gordon, Kay Frey,
Sue Warhurst, Barney Bag-
gott. THIRD Row: Forrest
Wise, Al Carey, Tom Mc-
Adory, Ken Berck, Jim
Hendershot, Wayne Dollar,
Jerry Appleby, Jan Forman,
Phil Thrasher, John Schort-
Although they were ably led by captain Wayne Dollar, the
Delta Society lost some key players through injuries. Dollar also
made the all-star team and was Back of the Year.
The football championship had to be decided in a playoff game
between the Alpha society and the Beta society. The Betas de-
feated the Alphas 14 to 8 and clinched first place with a 9-6
record. The Alphas placed second with 8 wins and 7 losses, and
the Delta team, 5-9, finished third.
Football jerseys, cheerleader uniforms, and pep rallies created
added enthusiasm. A new era is dawning in Trevecca athletics.
FIRST Row: Vernon Henderson, Bob Sutton, Fred Nutter, David
Bays, Bill Johnson. SECOND Row: Dan Mills, Troy Miley, Lester
Byington, Bill Amrnons, Ray Byrd.
Lester Byington and Ray Byrd served as co-captains. Elected
to the All-Star team were David Bays, Ray Byrd, Lester Bying-
ton, and Glenn Wheaton.
The Beta Society was captained by Eddie Patterson. Making
the all-star team were Roger Costa, Jim Knight, Larry Knight,
and Eddie Patterson. Jim Knight was voted Lineman of the Year.
FIRST Row: Dick Bailey, Jim Mahan, Eddie Patterson, Jim
Tabers, Carl Taylor. SECOND Row: Larry Knight, Ronnie Hall,
Jim Knight, Roger Costa.
FIRST Row: Forrest Wise, Al Carey, Phil Thrasher, Tim Johnson,
Dave Stucki. SECOND Row: Ken Berck, Jan Forman, Wayne
Dollar, Jim Hendershot, Tom McAdory.
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The Alpha team, ham-
pered by an injury to last
year's Most Valuable Play-
er, Ed Sisson, managed to
win four games while los-
ing eight. Three players,
Captain Lester Byington,
Ed Sisson, and Don Hale
finished with scoring aver-
ages in double figures. Sis-
son was voted to the First-
team All-stars. Byington
and Hale made the second
FIRST Row: Fred Nutter,
Billy Joe Richey, Lester
Byington, Glenn Wheaton.
SECOND ROW: Dennis Orner,
Ed Sisson, Bill Ammons,
For the fourth straight
year the Beta team copped
the basketball crown. Cap-
tain Lloyd Manning led the
league in scoring with a
30.5 average. Everett Han-
ner, Jim Knight, and Larry
Knight also averaged better
than ten points per game.
Manning and Jim Knight
represented the Beta so-
ciety on the All-Star First
team. Manning was voted
Most Valuable Player in the
league. Hanner and Larry
Knight made the All-Star
FIRST Row: Willard Wood,
Lowell Houston, Dick Bai-
ley, Carl Taylor, Jim Tab-
ers. Smconn Row: Lloyd
Manning, Larry Knight, Ev-
erett Hanner, Jim Knight,
With the addition of 6' 4"
Jim Hendershot and Jim
Brackett, the Delta team
improved from last year's
O-10 record to a 3-11 rec-
ord for this season. Hender-
shot led in scoring and
rebounding, but Captain
Jan Forman also averaged
more than twenty points
per game and was the main
cog in the Delta man-to-
man defense. Hendershot
and Forman were chosen to
the All-Star First team.
Brackett was elected to the
FIRST Row: Al Carey, Barn-
ey Baggott, Dave' Stucki,
Forrest Wise. SECOND Row:
Jan Forman, Jim Brackett,
Leslie Bearden, Wayne Dol-
The first-ranked Alpha team
under the leadership of Cap-
tain Bev Moore ran away with
the girls' championship in bas-
ketball again this year. With
the hot shooting of top scorer
Phyllis Huston and excellent
playmaking by Most Valuable
Player Bev Moore, the
Alphas remained undefeated.
To round the season oi? nicely
for the Alphas, they were able
to place five of their members
on the seven-member All-Star
team. These girls were Mary
Blume, Jean Cranshaw, Phyllis
Huston, Beverly Moore, and
Nancy Swafford. The Alphas
Hnished with a 5-0 record.
Phyllis Huston, Carol Woody,
Ann Bohler, Sally Wyrick,
Mary Blume, Jean Cran-
shaw, Beverly Moore, Sandra
Though the Beta girls fought
hard to gain the championship
title from the Alphas, they had
to settle for a season ranking
of second in the three-society
league. Captain Eugenia Cloud
paced the Beta team to a 2-3
record for the 1964 season. The
Betas placed forward Janet
Vernon on the All-Star team,
and Ruth Downing, Eugenia
Cloud. Freda Weaver, and
Sara Hill made the second
Esther Farmer, Freda Weaver,
Jo Anne Webb, Janet Vernon,
Nancy Wills, Pam Dinkins,
Ruth Downing, Connie Gor-
don, Sara Hill, Karen Unruh,
Eugenia Cloud, Joyce Fulen-
The Delta girls' basketball
team ranking of third in the
league does not truly depict
their seasonal steam and
stamina. Even though they
finished the season with a
0-4 record, some close-scoring
games were played at First
Church gymnasium with Cap-
tain J an Osborne inspiring the
Delta girls to play harder. And
their energetic plays were not
in vain: forward Neva Hudson
made the All-Star team while
junior Glenda Harper made
the second squad of girls'
Jan Osborne, Joyce Gordon,
Glenda Harper, Gail Hilliard,
Becky Greathouse, Neva Hud-
son. Judy Drake.
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Beta shortstop Carl Taylor slides in just ahead of the tag by
Alpha catcher Lester Byington.
As spring rolls around and softball season begins, the
Deltas and the Alphas will be out to regain the cham-
pionship from the Beta squad. Last year the Alphas
placed second and the Deltas third. New softball jerseys
will provide initiative for the players. Ladies' softball
will also become a major sport this spring.
Each spring the Trevecca Athletic Association spon
sors a ping pong tournament and the Winner is pre
sented a trophy at the annual T.A.A. Banquet Singles
champion Leslie Bearden will be returning to defend
his title against Jim Bearden, J erry Appleby, and new
comer Jim Hendershot.
Eddie Patterson and Jim Hcndershot team up for a winning
combination in a game of doubles.
Beta Delta i
Kent, Janet Vernon, Carol Richardson, Ann Tucker' I-'ulda H111. NHHCY M3SfiI1, Glenda
vol Goodwin, Eugenia Cloud, Jo Anne Webb, Harper, Cleta C11ne,Neva HUCISOII, Judy Drake,
Fmszr Row: Jean Cranshaw, Peggy Douglas, Carol
Woody, Phyllis Huston, Patty Wyatt. SECOND Row: S J'
Charlotte Porter, Sylvia Jamison, Beverly Moore,
Marianne Glover, Sally Wyrick, Larry Mason, Jim - ' '
Morgan. TOP: Joyce Andrews.
The student center affords various activities
for rainy days or for relaxing recreation. Parlor
tj- games, chess, music, and ping-pong are provided.
-' Also, during such activities as Twirp Week,
- Citizenship Week, and Etiquette Week, the stu-
' dent center is used for programs, skits, and
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Roger Costa and Dick Bailey absorb themselves in an
intellectual game of chess aided by scholars Jim and
Roger Costa, Connie Gordon, Jim Hendershot, Jan Milby,
Beverly Moore, Linda Linn, Larry Huggins, and Jim Knight all
find the student center a place ot' interesting activity.
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WAYNE DOLLAR JIM KNIGHT
Back of the Year Lineman of the Year
RAY BYRD LARRY KNIGHT ROGER COSTA
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DAVID BAYS .,............. HB Alpha 5'11" 155 19 Freshman
LESTER BYINIGTON ....... LE Alpha 6' 1" 185 23 Sophomore
RAY BYRD ...,............. QB Alpha 6' 0" 195 21 Sophomore
ROGER COSTA ....... ..... C Beta 6' 0" 185 21 Senior
WAYNE DOLLAR . , .,.., QB Delta 6' 2" 195 20 Junior
JIM KNIGHT ..,.,.. ..... RE Beta 6' 2" 165 19 Sophomore
LARRY KNIGHT .,...,..... HB Beta 6' 1" 155 18 Freshman
EDDIE PATTERSON ........ QB Beta 6' 1" 208 20 Sophomore
GLENN WHEATON .... .... G Alpha 5'11" 180 23 Junior
Alpha senior center
6'1" 168 lbs.
Delta sophomore forward
6'0" 145 lbs.
WOMEN 'S BASKETBALL
Beta sophomore guard
6'2" 165 lbs.
MEN 'S BASKETBALL
Beta junior guard
6'2" 180 lbs.
Delta freshman center
6'4" 185 lbs.
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Delta forward Alpha forward Alpha forward
NANCY SWAFF ORD JANEI' VERNON JEAN CRANSHAW
Alpha forward Beta guard Alpha guard
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As the Business Manager works on the layouts for the
advertisements, he says with all of the other students
"thank you" to all of the friends and supporters of
Trevecca Nazarene College who have helped to make
our yearbook possible.
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0 Weslyan in Doctrine C- B- NIXON
0 Evangelistic in Appeal Mif1iS+ef
0 World VVide in Outreach
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Belle Glade Church
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BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA 1964
ORA SMITH, Pas+or Y
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ED COX . . . .... Presidenf
JOHN DIX .......... Vice-Presidenf
SMYRNA TENNESSEE MILDRED MCDOWELL . . . . . .Secre+ary
1 EULA JEAN STEPHAN . . . . . . Treasurer
Trevecca S1'uden+s Apprecia'l'ed Supporfing
Boosfer Club I 002,
THE KENTUCKY DISTRICT
Lgnuedfa lzer larayerfs, money an
SAMUEL BROWN, HADLEY HALL, OLIVER HUFF
OREN THRASHER, ROY WELLS, CLARENCE WILEY, KENNETH RICE
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First Church oi The Nazarene
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0F THE HAZAREHE
OLD I-IICKORY, TENNESSEE
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HUGH R. MINCEY
REV. HAYES OLIVER. Minisfer
Nazarene Theological Seminary
I700 Easi' Meyer Boulevard
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
LEWIS T. CORLETT MENDELL TAYLOR
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '64
College Hill Church of The Nazarene
A Church Home for College Srudenis Away From Home
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship IO:5O a.m.
T.P.S. 5:00 p.m.
Deparfmenial Services 6:00 p.m
Evangelisiic Service 7:00 p.m
Mid-weelc Service 7:30 p.m.
T. E. Jones, Minisier 0 Homer J. Adams, Sunday School Superin+enden+
Edward Whi++ing'ron, Minisfer of Music ' Rose Piclrard, N.Y.P.S. Presidenf
Mrs. V. Neil Richardson, N.F.M.S. Presidenl'
A CORDIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED
TO STUDENTS AND VISITORS TO WORSHIP WITH US
WE WELCOME YOU TO MAKE THE COLLEGE CHURCH
YOUR CHURCH HOME
First Church of The Nazarene
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IJNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
'I MR. GENE FAULKNER
may fke rickezif Lgodingri o me maafer 4
confinue fo Ae upon jeuecca
MR. J. HERSCHEL IRWIN
MRS. CHARLES CURL
RIEV. JOHN ANDRUS, M.A.
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Disi. N.Y.P.S. Pres.
-SUPPORTING WORLD EVANGELISM
L. S. OLIVER
"A Good Drug S'I'ore"
6l6 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennes ee
Phone AL 6-6254
Trevecca 8: Seniors of '64
FIRST CHURCH 0F THE HIIZIIRENE
THOMAS E. REAM
ZUMBRO COFFEE SERVICE, INC. Congratulations
3:0 4+h Avenue Soufh Class of '64
CALVARY cnuncn or THE Nnznnfnf
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE COLUMBUS- GEORGVI
2400 sw, 32nd Ave. Mm' Ha. T. T. LIDDELL-Minisrer
JOHN H. CHAMBERS, Minmer
Locafed clireclrly behind
Murfreesboro Rd. Merkel
ATTENDANT ON DUTY
Open 24 hours Daily
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J MOTORS. INC. 9
1401 Broadway - 242-4485
"DRlVE THE COLLEGE
VISIT US AND
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
to Class of '64
J. W. LANCASTER-Pastor
CHURCH UF THE NHZAHENE
"An old Church with a young Spirit"
I Bloclc East ot U.S. l
REV. GENE WILLIAMS-Pastor
REV. C. E. KEYS
Sand Mountain Christian School
We Believe in Christian Education
We pledge an open door to T.N.C.
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CHURCH OF THE
REV. MARTIN STEPP
Students Joyce Stepp and Janice Milby
CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE CLASS OF '64
From Members ancI Friends of The Firsi Church of The Nazarene
22nd and Baih Ave. Ashland, Ky.
James R. BeII R. Wayne Sharpes
Pasior Minisfer of Educa+ion
greefingd ana! Hzdf Wagea
or THE Nnznnfnla
409 Trinify Lane
Rev. none c. smm-I
STAN TAYLOR JERRY McCANT CLIFF STALVEY MRS. LEAH TAYLOR AUBREY SMITH
Minisfer of Music Minisfer of Junior Chuirch S.S. Superinfendenf N.F.M.S. Presideni N.Y-P-S. Presideni'
TREVECCA COLLEGE AND BETHEL CHURCH ARE INSEPARABLE
Organized by s+ucIenI's, Trevecca has an inferesi' in Be+I1eIg
Invesfing Prayers, You'rI1, and Money, Befhel has an inferesf in Trevecca
"When in Nashville Make Beihel Your Church I-Iome: Many Oihers Do."
reefingfi, add of 7964
EASTERN KENTUCKY DISTRICT
District Assembly .... ...- -I UIY 22-23
Boys and Girls Camp ... ...-- July 27-3l
Youth Institute .....,.. .... A ugust 3-7
District Camp Meeting .... ..... A UQUSI 7'l6
DR. D. S. SOMERVILLE
E. H. STEENBERGER
LEON 6. COOK
JOHN HOWALD, JR.
REV. JOHN HOIWALD, JR.
REV. HOWARD LOBB .
MR. E. H. STEENBERGEN
MR. AUDRA ABNEY
DR. D. S. SOMERVILLE
LEWIS EDWARDS .............. Chairman, Church School Board
REV. RILEY JAMES ................ President, District N.Y.P.S.
MRS. D. S. SOMERVILLE . . .... Presiclent, N. E. M. S.
MELVIN ABNEY ..... . . ..... Junior Supervisor
We Provide Students and Use Students of T. N. C.
ongrafufafiond fo fke Cfarki' of f
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
THE CLASS OF I964
GOD'S BEST TO THE
A Immanuel CLASS OF 1964!
of CHURCH 0F THE HllZllllEHE
Cleveland aI Wor'I'I1IngIon
CHARLOTTE 3, NORTH CAROLINA
33I5 CharIoH'e Ave.
NASHVILLE 9, TENN. Phone: JA 3-6284
Rev. FRED E. Aeee PWS AM 9-0869
Pam' WHEN IN CHARLOTTE
REV. WILLIAM H. BENSON
Welcome to Our Church Pas+or
reuecca azarene Cofdge
Cpfaaa of 1964
THE NORTH CAROLINA DISTRICT
DR. LLOYD B. BYRON
J. M. WIENECKE Chairman Church ScI'1ooIs
MRS. LLOYD B. BYRON Presldenf N F M S
LARRY D. SMITH Presldenf NY PS
THE GEORGIA DISTRICT
K0l'lgl'Cl full teri
TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE
BRUCE B HALL
W E M CUMBER
ww! flue CAM of 7964
DR. MACK ANDERSON
MRS JOYCE I-IUFF
P N F M S
REV WAYNE MILLS
P N Y PS
REV RALPI-I I-IERRICK
Ch Ch hSh I
REV W E M CUMBER
S I y
REV BRUCE B HALL
TREVECCA has our support-with
our prayers-our money and
our Youth. I
DR. C. E. SI-IUMAKE. Dist Sup+.
ADVISORY BOARD gb
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MR. JOHN T. BENSON. JR.
REV. CAUDE OALLOWAY 57ul,,l,,,,,.f5,,g
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REV. C. T. DUCKETT . . ....,....... . . . . Secrefary
MR. JAMES PATE . . . ...... Treasurer
REV. GEORGE SCUTT . , . . Church School Board
REV. HAROLD GRAVES . . . . Dis+. N.Y,P.S. PresicIen+
MRS. GEORGE SCUTT . . . . Dis+. N.F.M.S. Presidenf
C Ongrartulartions to the Class of T964
Congraiulalions 'ro Jrlwe Class of '64 from
L?-irsf CAMNA of me azarene
9I6 Nor'rI1eas'r4I'I1 Slreei Pompano Beach. Florida
"Preaching Chrisiian Holiness on I'he Gold CoasI"'
EUGENE SIMPSON. Pasior ICIass of '53I
While in Sou+I1 Florida, Worship Wi+I1 Us
FLORIDA DISTRICT Y.
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Free T.V. Swimming Pool
Room Phones Wading POOI
"NasI1viIIe's Mos'I' Beaufiful
Dial AL 5-0658 for Reservafions
4I I Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee
bu AMERICAN .
DISPOSE-ALI. CO. , 'awe
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Pnomrr scHEnuLEs . SPRAYED wm-I n1s1NFecrANTs T 3 U ' I' L-
A' FREE ESTIMATES I 5 IT 24 Hour Service
sk FULLY INSURED
BEST BREAKFAST IN TOWN FOR .... .49
2 Fresh Eggs, Ham, Bacon, or Sausage,
TaIer To'I's, Jelly and Toast
"ALL ARE WELCOME"
24 HOUR SERVICE Two Locafionss
GARBAGE and TRASH REMOVAL "'5II Murfreesboro Road and PoIIc Avenue
+950 Murfreesboro Road IAc:ross from Zayre'sI
Our charcoal steaks cooked right before your eyes!
INTOXICATING BEVERAGES PRCHIBITED
oro Road Nashville. Tennessee
UIC! JSR S. TCL?
149 Seventh Avenue
PRESSING, AND LAUNDRY
SERVICE IN ONE STOP
We Welcome The S+uden+s
359 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee
MILK ALAMO PLAZA
I08 Rooms - Free TV
MARTIN'S RESTAURANT I
"Good Home Cooked Food"
6IO Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee
"THE FRIENDLY SERVICE STATION"
ISOM H. LONG
"Trevecca's Closel' and BesI"'
350 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee
COM PLIMENTS OF
MURFREESBORO ROAD CAR WASH
"FiII Up While We Clean Up"
354 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee
Put Pep :ln ibuz' Step!
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.IERSEY FARMS MILK SERVICE INC., NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
W. CHARLES OLIVER
Eff WJAQ6 fo fAe "Is"SuP"
CVM 0 1964
C. B. CARLETON MRS. W. CHARLES OLIVER REV. CHARLES LAMBERT
CI1urcI'1 School Chairman DisI'. N.F.IvI.S., Presidenf DISI. N.Y.P.S., Presidenf
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Vice-Presidenlr , .
Secretary . .
Treasurer . . . .
Reporfer ..... ....
Sfudenf Council Represenfafive .
. .JANICE MILBY
. JOYCE GORDON
. . KAREN UNRUH
Sponsor . . . . . ,PROP JOHN W. DIX
MOVE ON TCD
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT
BOOSTING TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE
MARION S. PRESSLEY
LUTHER L. JENKINS .
MRS. J. S. LOVE, JR. . .
DR. OTTO STUCKI
. . . . Secretary
. . . Treasurer
. . EdiIor
E. N. GUNTER
J. B. I-IUCKS
L. L. JENKINS
V. V. SI-IUMPERT
MRS. RUTI-I I-IUFF . . .
N. J. LEWIS ......
D. MOODY GUNTER . . .
W. B. WELCH
DR. OTTO STUCKI
DR. OTTO STUCKI
. . . . . . . .N.E.M.S.PresicIen'r
. . Church Schools Chairman
. . .N.Y.P.S. Presidenf
ongrafufafiond fo fAe Cfafia of 1964
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in the work
of the church
YUIII' NAZARENE PUBLISHING HOUSE
Kansas City, Missouri
Boosting T .N .C
N Educational Budget
N College Group Services
First Church of the Nazarene
Huntsville. Alabama LINDA LINN
ROBERT L. LEFFEL, Pastor
C0llgl'H,tLL!ati0l'l,6 fo gl'ClJllG,fe5, 5tbl,J2I'lf6 5,1 of
EAST TENNESSEE DISTRICT
WITH 80' CHURCHES SUPPORTING TREVECCA
VICTOR E. GRAY
DisIricI' Advisory Board T., ,.-
REV. KOY W. PHILLIPS
REV. ANSEL FORSYTH
MR. LESTER GRANT
MR. OSCAR WHEATON
REV. VICTOR E. GRAY
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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
BURLINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
DENNIS E. WYRICK
FIRST CHURCH 0F THE HAZARENE
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OUR SUPPORT AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU
DAN ARMSTRONG .,... .,.,..... M InisIer of Music STUDENTS
RICHARD WARD , ... ,.... S. S. SuperinI'encIenI RGNALD JORDAN
CLAUDE THUMM ..... ,...., N .F.M.S. Presidenf
ALBERT LEWIS Ill ,,., ,I,I N .Y.D.s. preside-n+ GEORGE ARMSTRONG
Park Ave. and Grani SI.
CHARLESTON, W. VA.
CLASS OF I964
REV. OVAL L. STONE
WEST VIRGINIA DISTRICT
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MRS. O. C. RUSHING-N.F.M.S. Presidenf
REV. JACK ARCHER-N.Y.P.S. Presidenf
REV. JOHN LAWWILL-Church School Chairman
REV. JOHN R, BROWNING-Secrefary
REV. JOHN W. MAY-Treasurer
DR. H. HARVEY HENDERSHOT
Disiricf Su periniendeni'
REV. EARL HISSOM. JR,
REV. JOHN W. MAY
REV. O. C. RUSHING
MR. D. D. "BILL" ROBINSON
MR, THOMAS JAMES
MR. R. A. SISSON
DR. H. HARVEY HENDERSHOT
REV. ALLEN WOOLUMS
REV. JOHN LAWWILL
REV. T. JAMES BOSHELL
REV. MERVIN PROVANCE
REV. JOHN R. BROWNING
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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
BUD ROBINSON MEMORIAL
FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
2300 S. W. 15th Avenue
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GROWING COLLEGE
FROM A GROWING CHURCH
WILLIAM O. BLUE, Pasfor
Prayer ond Air Conditioned
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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
735 FayeHeviIIe Rd.. S.E.
W. E. MCCUMBER, Minisfer
CHURCH 0F THE NIIZIIRENE CONGRATULATIONS
Greenwood af Grove
A, CLASS OF 1963
il, z AN I :F I John W. May
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I A . I'--' CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
WEIRTON, WEST VIRGINIA
M. H. WILSON F. S. HENRETTY
Pagfor Music Direcfor
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE TREVECCA CLASS OF I964
N.F.M.S. Presidenf ,...... JUANITA CALDWELL
S.S. SuperinIendenI ..,.,.........,.. R. F. LING
N.Y.P.S. Presiden+ .......... FRANK HENRETTY
LEXINGTON FIRST CHURCH
849 Bryan Avenue Lexingfon, Kenfucky
SaIu'Ies You Trevecca Nazarene College
We are behind you wiI'I1 our prayers and supporf
BILL JOHNSON, JOE TYSON. Sfudenis
T. T. MAYS
Many are +hose who have commiH'ed and dedicafed 'rhemselves fo TNC. These of which we gfrile are noi' +he
ones you see in 'rhe classrooms or a1'+ending chapel. Neifher do +hey dine in 'Ihe college ca e+eria nor even
'+n ss The afhlefic even'rs of our college' buf fheir suppor+ has helped Io make our school whal' if is Ioday.
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Some are alumni some are I'he parenis of s+udenI's allending TNC, and ofhers are considered +0 be close
friends. These anhl many oI'hers malce up Ihe supporf and backing of Our College. They are:
THE BOOSTERS OF '64 SCHOOL YEAR
MR. and MRS. PAUL T. ADKINS
Gallagher. Wesl Virginia
MR. and MRS. RALPH APPLEBY
Easr S+. Louis. Illinois
MR. and MRS. W. C. BAILEY
Charlolrle, Norlh Carolina
MR. and MRS. H. E. BAIN
MR. and MRS. NORMAN P. BENSON
REV. and MRS. JAMES B. BLUME
REV. and MRS. FRANK BOHLER
Johnson Ciiy, Tennessee
MR. and MRS. EUGENE BURKHAMMER
MR. and MRS. W. H. BUSS
Belle Glade, Florida
MR. and MRS. RALPH CALLIHAN
MR. and MRS. STANLEY T. CARTER
MR. and MRS. J. F. CHILTON
MR. and MRS. EDWIN L. CLOUD
MR. and MRS. HERSCHEL K. FLANNERY, SR.
REV. and MRS. JAMES FORMAN
MR. and MRS. H. G. GASSETT
Forl' Valley, Georgia
REV. MR. and MRS. RALPH GOODWIN
MISS SHIRLEY HALL
Charlesfon, Weisl Virginia
MR. and MRS. ELDON HANNER
MR. and MRS. GLEN D. HARPER
Parkersburg, Wesl' Virginia
REV. and MRS. PAUL HETRICK
Swaziland, Soulh Africa
REV. and MRS. I-I. A. l'IlLL
Charleslon, Soulh Carolina
MR. and MRS. ELMER I. KENT
MR. and MRS. JAMES N. KNIGHT
REV. and MRS. HAROLD L. KOHSER
MR. and MRS. ARIS W. MCMANUS
MR. and MRS. GEORGE MANNING
MR. and MRS. WM. MILLER
MR. and MRS. E. D. MINNIX
MR. and MRS. F. M. MOLES
MR. and MRS. C. C. MOORE
Kannapolis, Norih Carolina
MR. and MRS. BERT R. MOORE
MR. and MRS. B. H. NEISLER
MR. and MRS. J. B. NUTTER
Charlesfon, Wesl Virginia
REV. and MRS. L. S. OLIVER
MR. and MRS. BOYD PICKENS
Poinl Pleasani, Wesl' Virginia
MR. and MRS. GEORGE H. ROGIER
Charlesion, Wesl Virginia
REV. and MRS. ROBERT SALSER
Parkersburg, Wesl Virginia
MR. and MRS. RICHARD SHARPTON
MR. and MRS. JOHN E. SIMMONS
Elkins, Wesl Virginia
MR. and MRS. RUFUS A. SKINNER
MR. and MRS. RALPH J. SMITH
MR. and MRS. HAROLD E. STILES
MRS. NELMA E. STONE
MR. and MRS. PAUL S. STUCKI
MR. and MRS. REX TABERS
MR. and MRS. P. K. WALKER
Pleasure Ridge Park, Kenfucky
MR. and MRS. C. L. WALKER
Pleasure Ridge Parlc, Kenluclcy
MR. and MRS. FRANK A. WILLIAMS
SI. Louis, Missouri
MR. and MRS. T. MALONE WILLS
,gg JERRY APPLEBY
presided JEANIE THRASHER
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JIM HENDERSHOT SARA CASDORPH
Freshman Represeniaiive JUYNOF RBPFBSSHIBIIVB
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NASHVILLE FIRST CHURCH
REV. L. B. MATHEWS
Minisfer of VisI+aTion
REV. JAMES JONES
MinIsIer 'ro YouTI'I
Minisfer of Music
DR. T. E. MARTIN
Sunday ScIIooI Superin+enden+
MRS. A. E. SOYARS
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DR. CHARLES L. CHILDERS l' f'
DR. WILLIAM T. SLONECKER J1'-Q
PROP. DRELL ALLEN
PROP. THOMAS HEMMERLY
PROP. JOHN ALLAN KNIGHT :gp
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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
510 Woodland Street, NasI1viIIe, Tennessee
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Cordially invites Trevecca through its touring groups to
"TEST OUR WELCOME"
DR. V. W. LITTRELL . .
REV. L. E. HUMRICH . .
REV. E. 6. LUSK . . .
MRS. C. D. WITHROW
REV. D. S. RADCLIFFE .
REV. E. M. FOX ....
DR. V. W. LITTRELL
REV. E. M. FOX
REV. D. S. RADCLIFFE
DR. V. W. LITTRELL
. . . . . . . . . . . .District Superintendent
. . . District Secretary
. . District Treasurer
. . . . . .N.F.M.S. President
. . . . . . .N.Y.P.S. President
. , . . .Chairman Church School Board
DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD
REV. E. G. LUSK ' W. H. HUNT
REV. W. F. MASTERS J. E. FOX
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332 54-H1 Avenue Norfh EDWARD E. COX
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Pasfor
"Your Church Home Away from Home" '
PAUL J. EBY R. H. STEELE ANN JACKSON AZLEE SIMMONS
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MADISON CHURCH 0F THE NAZIIRENE
REV. JOHN LAWWILL Pasmr
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FIRST CHURCH CF THE NAZARENE
C. PAUL BEANE ....
ROBERT S. COLLETT
BEULA KEMERER ,..
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25I8 GaIIa+In Rd.
A Church fhai' suppor+s Trevecca wifh
Prayer, Money and S+ucIeni's.
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HA Warm Welcome A -t I5 5 1
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4600 The Plaza
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
BYRON E. LEJEUNE, Pasfor
O . 0 H. J. CROASMUN ....,..... S.S. Superinfendenf
P. R. HOLLISTER ..., .... N .Y.P.S. Presideni'
MRS. B. E. LEJEUNE .......... N.F.M.S. Presidenf
MRS. CECIL PORTER ,..,..,.. Junior Supervisor
One of Trevecca's Sophomores-
izbcwvla .gay H' Richafney
THERE IS PROMISE IN
A Memorable Year
' Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty
of Trevecca Nazarene College upon the completion of another
outstanding year of accomplishments.
0 The Staff of your annual has worked exceedingly
hard to give you a superb book that portrays the highlights of
memorable activities. To preserve this excellent literary and photo-
graphic record, the best grades of material have been combined
with skilled workmanship to provide the finest quality yearbook.
' We are proud that the 1964 Staff elected us to help
design, print and bind the DARDA. We have earnestly endeavored
to fulfill the confidence placed in us.
BENSON PRINTING COMPANY
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NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE
ABBEY, David Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
ADAMS, Gary. . . . . . . 93 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
ADKINS, Joyce. . . . . . . . Gallagher, West Virginia
ADKINS, Mattie Frey. . 2009 McKennell, Nashville, Tenn.
ADRIAN, Sharon . . . . 2719 Rollingwood, Atlanta, Ga.
ALLEN, Carole . . 160 Pinecrest, Titusville, Fla.
ALLRED, Edward . . 812 W. Lee, Greensboro, N .C.
AMMONS, Leonard William
ANDREWS, Joyce .
APPLEBY, Jerry. . . .
ASKEW, Mary Hansen
BAGGETT, Mary . . .
BAGGOTT, Betty .
BAGGOTT, Elmer ....,
BAGWELL, Betty Jean
BAILEY, Richard . .
BAIN, Joyce. .. ..
BAKER, James ....
BAKER Milton.. . .
103 Nottingham, Warner Robins, Ga.
. 561 North Skinker, St. Louis, Mo.
103916 Rivermet, Fort Wayne, Ind.
. . Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. Route 1, Box 86, Jackson, Miss.
. . . T. N. C. Trailer Court
68 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
. . 1505 Debow, Old Hickory, Tenn.
. . 535 Poplar Street, Winnsboro, S.C.
, ....... T. N. C. Trailer Court
. . T. N. C. Trailer Court
. . 3943 Tillman Road, Charlotte, N.C.
. .604 Louise Avenue, Charlotte, N.C.
621 Elm Avenue, S.E., Roanoke, Va.
. . . . .T. N. C. Trailer Court
Route 6 Box 149 Charlottesville Va
BARNES, Lynn 1020 White Creek Pike, Nashville, Tenn.
BARNETT, James . . . . . . T. N. C. Trailer Court
BATEMAN, Marilyn 1205 Winston Street, Norfolk, Va.
BAUCOM, Dennis . 3219 Mead Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
BAUMGARDNER, Erbin . 1042 W. Greenwood, Nashville, Tenn.
BAUMGARDNER, Ruth 1042 W. Greenwood, Nashville, Tenn.
BAYS, David. . . . . . .824 Kentucky Avenue, Bristol, Tenn.
BEANE, Kathryn Paulette
1304 Lightner Avenue, Dunbar, W.Va.
BEASLEY, Bill . . 223 West Bethel Avenue, Moultrie, Ga.
BEARDEN, James . 622 West Congress, Brookhaven, Miss.
BEARDEN, Leslie . .2820 St. Edwards, Nashville, Tenn.
BECKNER, Barbara . . 304 Riverland Drive, Salem, Va.
BENSON, David Ronald .Box 372, Sebring, Fla.
BENSON, Grace , . . . . Box 156, Princeton, Fla.
BERCK, Kenneth Arthur . 1730 Loch Lomond, Atlanta, Ga.
BERRY, Charles Leo 74 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
BIRDWELL, Betty. .
BLUME, Mary. . . ,
BLYTHE, George , ..
BOI-ILER, Ann . .
BOSTIC, Sue . .
BOWNE, Phoebe. ,
BREEDEN, Carl .
BRIGHT, Grace. . .
BROOKS, Judy. . .
BRUNDIGE, Carla .
BRYANT, Carol . .
BUCKNER, Lillian .
BUICE, Lenez . . .
BURCH, Chet . . . .
BURKHAMMER. Ronald 698 Speyer Avenue, Monaca, Pa.
BURTON, Joyce .
BUSS, Phyllis . .
BYINGTON, Lester. . .
BRYD, Ray ..... . .
CABLE, Patricia Ann
CAIN, Darlene . .
CAIN, Ralph . . . .
CALLIHAN, Sharon . .
CAREY. Albert. .
CARL, Lawrence Wayne . 11212 Vera Drive. Jacksonville. Fla.
. . . . . . .Gruetli, Tenn.
. . . . . . . . .Route 2, Cory, Ind.
. . . T. N. C. Trailer Court
606 Longview Drive, Johnson City, Tenn.
. . 916 Mulberry, Loudon, Tenn.
207 S.W. 11th Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Route 7, Gainesville, Ga.
. . . .Box 103, Woodburn, Ky.
.. . . . ..Route 2, Odon, Ind.
122 South 6th Street, New Castle, Ind.
. T. N. C. Trailer Court
. . . . . . . .T. N. C Trailer Court
912 Broadmoor Dr., Nashville, Tenn.
2433 Eastland Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
1921 Brannen Road, Atlanta 16, Ga.
. Route 1, Box 412, Leesburg, Fla.
. . .Route 1, Barnesville, Ga.
. . 533 Follett Run Road, Warren, Pa.
511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
200 Royal Palm Way, Belle Glade, Fla.
1123 West Cedar Street, Bristol, Tenn.
. . 2916 Simmons, Nashville, Tenn.
2308 Sheridan Road, Nashville, Tenn.
895 Congress Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
. ....... T. N. C. Trailer Court
. 709 Polsgrove, Frankfort, Ky.
Star Route, Manchester, Tenn.
CARROLL, Janie Elizabeth . . Wildwood, Georgia
CARSON, Ruth Ann. . Box 54, Locust Avenue, Merrifield, Va.
CARTER, Nancy Ellen .... 3430 Morgan, Ashland. Ky.
CASDORPH, Sara. . . 1320 W.Va. Avenue, Dunbar, W.Va.
CATES, Barbara . Box 503, Hill Street, Cowan, Tenn.
CHAMBERS, Frances . 2104 East Bougenville, Tampa 12, Fla.
CHAPMAN, Yvonne . . . . 1325 Prosch Avenue, Tarrant, Ala.
CHILTON, Cathy . . 820 Sycamore Drive, Decatur, Ga.
CHILTON, John . . . 820 Sycamore Drive, Decatur, Ga.
CLAYTON, John .
CLEMENS, Nancy . .
CLINE, Billie Jean
CLINE, Cleta .
COLE. Norma Pauline
COMFORT, Sidney .
CONNER, Dovie Jean.
COOK, Gene .... .
COSTA, Roger , .
COX, Norman .
CREW, Paul . . .
CROCKETT, David .
CROSBY, Dean .
CULLEN, Robert Lee
1304 67th Street, Bradenton, Fla.
Tidewell Hall, T. N. C.
. . Tidewell Hall, T. N. C.
. . Route 2, Scottsboro, Ala.
1527 Northland Drive, Cayce, S.C.
-137 Midland Avenue, Belle, W.Va.
4106 Central Avenue, Tampa, Fla.
110 S.E. River Drive, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
2280 Overland Avenue, Warren, Ohio
. . 1111 Noble Street, Jackson, Miss.
.....Route 2, Box 98, Cattlettsburg, Ky.
1014 Hill Avenue, Maryville, Ky.
Box 174, Kennesaw, Georgia
Route 2, Laurel, Indiana
53 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
53 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. Route 3, Kingston, Tenn.
Route 3, Kingston, Tenn.
. 1512 Carpenter Street, Brunswick, Ga.
1512 Carpenter Street, Brunswick, Ga.
64V2 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
1016 Whittlesay Street, Fremont, Ohio
. . . . . Box 72, Urbanna, Va.
. . . . . . R.F.D. 2, Burlington, Vermont
114 East Royal Street, Leesburg, Va.
CUNNINGHAM. Fred 1536 Sky Farm Avenue, Vicksburg, Miss.
DAVIS, Emilie ........
DAVIS, Jerry .
DICKEY, Shirley Ann
DIEHL, David .
DINGUS, Linda Joan
DINKINS, Pam .
EBY, Carl .
EBY, Paul .
FARIES, Karen Sue .
FARMER, Esther. .
. Route 2, McEwen, Tenn.
700 Harding Place, Nashville, Tenn.
T. N. C. Trailer Court
T. N. C. Trailer Court
.....814 Cauthen Street, Rock Hill, S.C.
. 417 Lanier, Madison, Tenn.
66 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
3010 17th Street, Sarasota, Fla.
1025 29th Street, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
. . T. N. C. Trailer Court
435 Sierra Circle, New Whiteland, Ind,
5622 Buffalo Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla.
75 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
107 Alexander Road, Fairfax, Ala.
517 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
517 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
107 Harris Street, Fort Hill, S.C.
508 South Henderson, Donaldsonville, Ga.
1404 Benjamin Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. 2319 Mt. Vernon, Pt. Pleasant, W.Va.
75 C Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
5544 Kendall Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
1905 Omohundro Court, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . Box 325, Olive Hill, Kentucky
Apt. Lester, Nashville, Tenn.
75 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
83 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
Route 1, Box 193, Cedar Hill, Missouri
617 East 20th Street, Hialeah, Fla.
73 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
FERRIS, Judy 704 Woodward Street, Chattanooga, Tenn.
FOWLER, Shirley .
. 75 B. Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
2356 Toussaint, Savannah. Ga.
Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . .Route 2, Xenia, Ohio
300 Washington Street, Newell, W.Va.
404 North Indiana Street, Greencastle, Indiana
FREY, Kay ........... . Route 3, Elizabeth, W.Va.
FRY, Harriette . 705 River Heights Avenue, Tampa, Fla.
FRYE, Earl. . 517 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
FRYE, Edith . 517 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
FULKS, David .
GASSETT, Gladys ....
. 1000 Horseshoe, Nashville, Tenn.
Route 1 Logan, Ala.
V . lllll. K Lee Road, Akron, Ohio
. . . . .. . .Route 1, Logan, Ala.
. . . 1012 Aladdin Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
. . 1305 7th Street, Three Rivers, Mich.
79 Glenrose Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . .211 First Avenue, Glasgow, W.Va.
. . .,.,...... Route 3, Fort Valley, Ga.
901 Drummond Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
.75 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
GILL, DeWayne. . . . .
. . . . . . . .72 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
GINN, Melvin ........... 1311 N.W. 15th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
GLENN, Gene ..,......
GLOVER, Marianna. . .
GOLDEN, Michael ..,,.
GOLLIHER, Ted .,..,
GOMER, Ray ,.l...
GOODMAN, Ron ....
GOODWIN, Carol ...,,.
GORDON, Constance. .
. . . . .2454 Marble Drive, Jacksonville, Fla.
.304 South Vine Street, Greencastle, Ind.
. . . . .5726 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . ....,..,...,..... T. N. C. Trailer Court
. . . .93 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . .732 Covington Street, Jackson, Ga.
. . . . . . . . .2119 Garrs Lane, Louisville, Ky.
GORDON, Joyce ........ 1900 Garibaldi Avenue, Charlotte, N.C.
GORDON, Margaret. . .
. . .1900 Garibaldi Avenue, Charlotte, N.C.
GORE, Laurence ,...... 3169 Altsmont Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla.
GRAY, Martha ........,.. Vultee Garden Apts., Nashville, Tenn.
GREATHOUSE, Beth. .333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tenn.
333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tenn.
GREER, Charles ......... T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
GROVES, Joan ...,.... 1149 Charles Avenue, Morgantown, W.Va.
GRUBBS, Rosemary .....,............... Route 3, Madison, Ind.
HAGE, David ...,..... 714 N.W. 33rd Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
HALE, Don ....,................ 72 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
HALL, Ronnie ..... .... 2 14 North Whitney, St. Augustine, Fla.
HALL, Patricia .................. 2480 N.W. 35 Street, Miami, Fla.
HALL, Sharon ...,........... 404 Douglas Ave., Newport, Tenn.
I-IANNER, Everett ....................... Route 1, Norman, Ind.
HARPER, Glenda ..., 2508 Highland Avenue, Parkersburg, W.Va.
HARRELL, Sylvia .................... Route 3, Sandersville, Ga.
HARVEY, Judy Faye .........,...., 118 Emmett, Madison, Tenn.
HATFIELD, Dale ........ T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
HAWKINS, Martha Ann
Route 3, Kelly Lane, Chattanooga, Tenn.
HENDERSHOT, Jim. . .5008 Virginia Avenue, Charleston, W.Va.
HENRY, Robert Doak.
HERSMAN, Jane ,....
HETRICK, Paul ......
HILL, Dallas ......
HILL, James ....... .
HILL, Sara ...........
HILLIARD, sandra. . .
. . . .46 B University Ct., Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . .551 McClure Road, Jackson, Miss.
. . . . . .75 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . . .Route 1, Box 309E, Fort Mill, S.C.
. . . .1725 Park Street, Parkersburg, W.Va.
. . . . . .60 Woodard Street, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . .2613 West Kirkwood, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . .815 Savage Road, Johns Island, S.C.
. . . . . . . . . .1115 Dewey Street, Griffin, Ga.
HOLT, Jerry ..... . .... 1206 McChesney Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
HOOPER, Barbara ..... 1160 Greenland Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
HOPPE, Tom ............ . .Tanner Trailer Court, Kenosha, Wis.
HORD, Roger ............ T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
HORN, Diane ........... 838 Bruce Street, Marine City, Michigan
HORN, Mary Ann ....
HORTON, Henry ......
. . . . .1700 Murfreesboro, Nashville, Tenn.
HOUSEMAN, Thomas ........ 931 Battery Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
HOUSTON, Lowell ....
HUDSON, Darrell ......... Route 2, Box 377-a Charleston, W.Va.
HUDSON, Neva. . . . . .
HUFF, Jerry .........
HUGGINS, Larry. . . .
HUMSTON, Richard. f f
HUMSTON, Winona . .
HUSTON, Phyllis ......
. . . . . . . . . .Route 2, Box 297, Vienna, Ohio
. . . . . .909 Reliance Street, Charlotte, N.C.
. . . . .511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . .511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
HYATT, Esther ..... 2624 Gaillardia Road West, Jacksonville, Fla.
HYDE, Merrol .................. 4509 Nebraska, Nashville, Tenn.
INGRAM, Sharon Lynn. .318 Drummond Pike, Panama City, Fla.
IRWIN, Donald ............. 503 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
IRWIN, Ed ................ 134-a Warf Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
IRWIN, Ken ................. Portland Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
IRWIN, Marilyn Baldwin .... Portland Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
JACKSON, Ann ............... 334 51st Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
JAMISON, Harris ................ 311 5th Street, N.E., Cairo, Ga.
J AMISON, Sylvia. .....
J ARED, Martha .......
J ARRA'I'I', Harold .....
JENKINS, Mary Jo ....
JOHNSON? Billy .... ' I f f
JOHNSON, Carol ,,..
JOHNSON, Keith ....
JOHNSON Paul ....
JOHNSONl Timothy ' f f
JOHNSON, Wiuiam ....
JONES, Gary ..........
. . . . . . . . . .311 5th Street, N.E., Cairo, Ga.
. . . .2429 Brasher Street, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . .2208 Foster Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . . . . . . . .Box 241, Bennettsville, S.C.
.1306 N.W. 11 Court, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
. . . .1831 Clays Mill Road, Lexington, Ky.
. . . . . . . . . . . . .411 N. Main, Fitzgerald, Ga.
. . . .951!2 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . . . . . . .411 North Main, Fitzgerald, Ga.
. . . . .736 Orchard Avenue, Hubbard, Ohio
209 West 15th Street, Bowling Green, Ky.
. . . . .511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
JONES, Mary .......... Route 1. 18 Lone Drive, Harriman, Tenn.
JONES, Syble ............. 731 Melson Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla.
KELLER, Ronald. ........... 79 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
KENNEDY, Alice Ann .... 507 Fifth Street, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
KENNEDY, Jean ..,............ 182 Clymer Street, Reading, Pa.
KENT, Carolyn ......... ..... 6 09 Maplewood, Nashville, Tenn.
KESTER, James ................ 77 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
KESTER, Kathleen ............. 77 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
KETTERMAN, Keith. . .19055 South 4th Street, Terre Haute, Ind.
KING, Z. D. .............. , .......... Route 1, Indian Trial, N.C.
KLINSTIVER, Ruthann ...... 1985 Gattin Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
KNIGHT, Jimmie ........ 123 South Detroit, Buchanan, Michigan
KNIGHT, Larry .... . .... 123 South Detroit, Buchanan, Michigan
KNOTTS, Alvin Eugene. . .905 Crownhill Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
KOHSER, Ray .......... 2123 Greenwood Drive, Portsmouth, Va.
LACY, Betty ..... 9900 West Brown Deer Road, Milwaukee, Wis.
LAKE, Harold ..................... 205 Lelia Drive, Kennett, Mo.
LANEY, Betty .............. 314 North Hain Street, Monroe, N.C.
LEWIS, Curtis ........ .... 8 8 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
LILLARD, Marilyn ..... ......... 3 7 Ash Street, Ludlow, Ky.
LINN, Linda ........... . ...... 3219 Bradley, Huntsville, Ala.
LOWMAN, Corinne. .,... ..... Ro ute 1, Connelly Springs, N .C.
McADORY, Thomas ...... ......... 44 12 Seybold, Orlando, Fla.
McCANT, Jerry ........................... Route 1, Dexter, Ga.
McGILL, Mary Alice ............... ...Box 481, Fitzgerald, Ga.
McGRADY, Donna .......... 1229 Rudby Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
MCGRANAHAN, Larry, 1908 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, Tenn.
McKAY, Kathleen .....,.....,....... Basin Akola District, India
McKELLEN, ROGER .............. 861 S.E. 1 Place, Hialeah, Fla.
MCMANUS, Suzanna. .202 Cherokee Road, Hendersonville, Tenn.
MCQUINEY, June ........ Kale Adams Road, Leavettsburg, Ohio
McWHORTER, Jim .......... General Delivery, Clarksville, Ga.
MAHAN, Jim. . ....... ..... 9 19 Meyer Avenue, Evansville, Ind.
MANNING, Lloyd .............. 74 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
MARLOW, Gerald ......... 355 Tusculum Road, Nashville, Tenn.
MARLOWE, Susan .......... 507 Noblitt Street, Albertsville, Ala.
MARTIN, Charles ............ 201 Red Road, McMinnville, Tenn.
MASON, Larry .......... .3626 Stratford Blvd., Wilmington, N.C.
MASTIN, Nancy .... 1534 N.W. 10th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
MAY, Ruth Ellen .............. 2524 Penna. Ave., Weirton, W.Va.
MEIGHAN, Mary ............, 131 West 41st Street, Hialeah, Fla.
MELTON, Howard ..... ................... T . N. C. Campus
MELTON, Patricia ...... .................. T . N. C. Campus
MERSHIMER, Gerald .................. Box 203, Harrisville, Pa.
MIDCAP, Allen ............... Route 2, New Martinsville, W.Va.
MIDDENDORF, Jesse. .1318 Sweetbriar Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
1318 Sweetbriar Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
MILBY, Janice ....................... Box 362, Greensburg, Ky.
MILEY, Troy. ...... ......... 4 08 East 6th Street, Belle, W.Va.
MILLER, Katrina ...... ............. B ox 454, Cowan, Tenn.
MILLER, Richard ...................... 196 Fayette, Xenia, Ohio
MILLS, William Daniel
407 Lytle Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
MINNIX, David Elmer. . .1009 Valley Avenue, S.W., Roanoke, Va.
MOLES, Larry. .............. 2620 Division Street, Ashland, Ky.
MOORE, Beverly ..... ..... 7 09 West C Street, Kannapolis, N.C.
MOORE, Mary ....... ..,....... 6 4 Glover Street, Eustis, Fla.
MORGAN, James ..... ............... R oute 1, Flat Rock, N.C.
MORRIS, Roberta .... ..... 5 15 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
MORRIS, Stephen .......... 515 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
MOUNTS, Martha ......... 1317 Clay Street, Bowling Green, Ky.
MURPHREE, Sandra .......... 806 8th Street, S.W. Decatur, Ala.
MURPHY, Raymond ..... T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
NALLEY, Levis ........... Box 4990, Opper Marlboro, Maryland
NEELEY, Philip .......... Route 1, Box 113 B, Germantown, Md.
NEISLER, Wilhelmina ....................... RFD 2, Butler, Ga.
NELSON, Jean ......... 1001 Kenny Court, Point Pleasant, W.Va.
NEWTON, Kathryn ........... 708 Colonial Street, Durham, N.C.
NICHOLSON, Brenda .................. Box 63, New Castle, Ind.
NULL, James .................................., Waterloo, Ohio
NUTTER, Frederick ...... Route 2, Box 269-G, Charleston, W.Va.
OLIVER, Roy ................ 149 E. Deliason, Youngstown, Ohio
OLIVER, Steven ..... 5401 10th Avenue South, Birmingham, Ala.
ORNER, Dennis .............. 6507 Lorimer Street, Dayton, Ohio
OSBORNE, Janice. ......... 2003 Urban Drive, Greensboro, N.C.
PANKEY, Mary Sue. . ................ 2934 Palm, St. Louis, Mo.
PARK, Norman .................. 1064 Broadway, Dunedin, Fla.
PARKER, Frank ...... 843 North President Street, Jackson, Miss.
PARRISH, David ............... 1208 Acre Trail, Madison, Tenn.
PARRISH, Milton Edward . . 1208 Acre Trail, Madison, Tenn.
PARSON, Carolyn ....., ,,...., S tar Route, Manchester, Tenn.
PELTON, Ronald. . . . . . . . Binkley Road, Joelton, Tenn.
PELTON, Sharon Crummer . Binkley Road, Joelton, Tenn.
PERRY, Walter .....,.,,,.... 1307 Venus Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
PETERS, Dianne ..,.. ...,.... R oute 2, Box 277A, Roanoke, Va.
PETRY, Gail . .,.., . .. . ,,.,,,,.,.,..,.. Sharon, W.Va.
PICKARD, Arthur. . . . . . . .507 Glendale Street, Lakeland, Fla.
PICKENS, Carol . . . 220 Park Drive, Point Pleasant, W.Va.
PICKENS, Joyce .,,. ....,... . . . Route 4, Albany, Kentucky
POCUS, Linda .,.. ...., . . ....., ,..,...,,.. P almer, Tenn.
POST, David. . . . , . . 2117 Pike Street, Parkersburg, W.Va.
PROFFER, Ruth Ellen
309 Edgewood Drive, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
QUICK, Carolyn .,... , . .Route 4, Box 252, Bennettsville, S.C.
RAGLAND, Ruth ..... . 1251 Vultee Blvd., Nashville, Tenn.
RAGLAND, Warren. . . 5221 South 11th Street, Arlington, Va.
RAGSDALE, Roy. . . . . . . 59 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
RANSON, Linda , . . 123 Dunbar Avenue, Dunbar, W.Va.
RECTOR, Bertha. . . . . . . 113 Maple Street, Albany, Ky.
REED, Bill. . . .... ..... ...., . R oute 2, Jasonville, Ind.
REED, Richard ...... . . . 116 E. Warren, Tullahoma, Tenn.
REEVES, Don . . , , . . . .............,.......... .Alma, Ga.
RETHFORD, Edward Wayne
South Summerfield Drive, Madison, Tenn.
RHYNE, Kathleen 106 East Thompson Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
RICHARDSON, Carol . , , . 78 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
RICHEY, Billy Joe. . 905 Jones Street, Old Hickory, Tenn.
RIDDLE, June .....,..............,....... Highway, Kentucky
RIDDLE, Shirley . . .... . . ..... Highway, Kentucky
RIES, Larry .... . . T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
ROBERTS, Dorothy .,,,.. 106 Prince Avenue, Freeport, N.Y.
505 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
. . . 5206 Raven Drive, Charleston, W.Va.
RODGERS, Mark .
ROGIER, Douglas . . .
ROSS, Donald .... . . . Route 2, Bruceton Mills, W.Va.
ROSS, Gordon. . . . . 509 Averitt Road, Greenwood, Ind.
ROSS, Judy . . . . . . . . 204 Lydia Street, Monroe, N.C.
RUBEL, Marilyn . . .... Route 2, Box 362, Maitland, Fla.
SALSER, Karen .... .... 3 906 9th Avenue, Parkersburg, Fla.
. . Route 1, Box 121, Alderson, W.Va.
SAMS, Ruth... ....
SAVAGE, Charles .... . . . . , 81 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
. . 81 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
SAVAGE, Joyce ...... .
SAY, Robert .......... 749 S. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach, Fla.
SCHORTINGHOUSE, John. . 9304 S.W. 80th Street, Miami, Fla.
SESSOMS, Bill ............. 1020 Cahal Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
SHARPTON, Barbara .... ........... . . .Route 1, Logan, Ala.
SHARPTON, Harold , . . 64 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
SHARPTON, Mary Ruth . . . .64 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
STIDHAM, Robert .
STONE, Carol ..... . . .
STOREY, Art . . .
STORY, Brenda. . .
STREIT, Gary .,..
STUCKI, David ....
STUDT, Kathleen .
SUGG, John . . .
SUTTON, Robert . .
SWAFFORD, Nancy ,...
TABERS, Jimmie . . .
TAYLOR. Carl .....
TEMPLETON, Clifton I
THOMPSON, Roy ....
TOONIBS, Mary. . . .
TROUP, Annette . . .
TUCKER, Ann ,....
. . .83 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
. .... 7 N. Orange Avenue, Arcadia, Fla.
. . . 120 Audrey Avenue, Baltimore, Md.
6300 Moorman Road, Valley Station, Ky.
. . . . . . 210 Pine Street, Winchester, Va.
. . . . . 750 Shannon Street, Mobile, Ala.
. . , 15393 Lesure, Detroit, Michigan
740 Kleeman Drive, Clarksville, Tenn.
, .... . . .Box 812, High Springs, Fla.
. . .1177 Share Drive, Dayton, Ohio
. . 1404 Vine Street, Murray, Ky.
. .Route 3, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
. . . 554 Blaine Street, Geneva, Ohio
. , . .... 521 30th, Huntington, W.Va.
. S01 Greenwood, Clarksville, Tenn.
. 1219 Westwood Lane, New Albany, Ind.
5158 Southern Parkway, Louisville, Ky.
. . . Route 5, Box 114, Laurel, Miss.
. . . 608 South Grant, Fitzgerald, Ga.
, . . . . . . . . 627 Blvd. Road, Sumter, S.C.
. . .10 Ashlyn Avenue, Concord, N.C.
TUCKER, Lloyd . T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
TYSON, Joseph . . . T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
TYSON. Julia . . T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
UNRUH, David . . . ...., 2909 Mavert Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
UNRUH, Karen . 2909 Mavert Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
VANHOOK, Ann. . , .
. 412 Ridgecrest Drive, High Point, N.C.
. , . 335 N.W. 102 Street, Miami, Fla,
. . . . 335 N.W. 102 Street, Miami, Fla.
VERNON. Janet 902 Goldfioss Street, Winston-Salem, N.C.
VINE, Frances .... . . . . 2913 Lyncrest Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
VREELAND, Patricia Ann 525 Interstate Parkway, Bradford, Pa.
VENN UM, Sharron
VENNUM, Keith . .
6604 Sylvania Road, Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky.
WALKER, Ken ..... . . 6809 Sylvania Road, Louisville, Ky.
WALKER, Wanda 6604 Sylvania Road, Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky.
WALLACE, Gary ..,...,,... . . . Route 1, Church Hill, Tenn.
WALLACE, Sarah ..... 1716 Allison Place, Nashville, Tenn.
WARD, Norman . . . . ,... . . . . .River Road, Solon, Maine
WARHURST, Sue .........,.. 89 Antioch Pike, Nashville, Tenn.
WATERMAN, Richard. . . . . .... ....,....... H olly Hill, Fla.
WEAVER. Freda. . . . . . 704 Newberry Road, Nashville, Tenn.
SHERMAN, Carl ........ 2704 Overhill Drive, Donalson, Tenn.
SILVERNAIL, Keith. . . T. N. C. Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn.
SIMMONS, Gary. . . .516 Central Avenue, Elkins, W.Va.
SINGLETARY, Marshall ...,. . , . Route 3, Donalsonville, Ga.
SISSON, Edward .... . . .77 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
SKINNER, Karen .,.,. . . Route 2, Box 378, Kissimmee, Fla.
SMITH, Aubrey. . ,... . 66 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
SMITH, Bob . . . . . . 2109 Blakemore Avenue, Nashville, Tenn.
SMITH, Carl. . , . . . . Box 533, Masontown, W.Va.
SMITH, Marie ..... . . 209 Comer Drive, Dublin, Ga.
SMITH, Janice . . . 1210 Alba Street, Mobile, Ala.
SMITH, Jerry Wayne. . . . . 11 Woodbury, Shawmut, Ala.
SMITH Lamar . . . . . .... 11 Woodbury, Shawmut, Ala.
SMITH, Margie. . . . . . . . . 922 Richmond, Brunswick, Ga.
SMITH, Norma Jean . . .Route 6, Box 244, Brookhaven, Miss.
SMITH, Norma P. . . . . . . 66 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
SMITH Sue .,.., . Lenoir City, Tennessee
. ......... 150 Village Lane, Meriden, Conn.
SNAVELY, Jeanne. .
SOYARS, Crystine .
SPEER, Carolina Kay . . . . , 12615 Paroee, Taylor, Michigan
SPIVEY, Christine ...,, .. Route 5, Box 758, Savannah, Ga.
STALEY, John. . . . . . . . 211 East 2nd Street, Fon Du Lac, Wis.
STAMM, Charlotte. . . . 558 North Tremont, Indianapolis, Ind.
STANISTREET, Mary . , . 164 Walker Street, Holly Hill, Fla.
STAUBS, Louis . . . . 195 Edwards Ferry Road, Leesburg, Va.
STEPP, Joyce Gayle. . . . . Route 3, Greensburg, Ky.
STEWART, Diana . . 901 W. Kaley Avenue, Orlando, Fla.
STEWART, Mary Elizabeth . . 1005 W. Douglas, Nashville, Tenn.
3600 Dartworth Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
WEBB, Charlotte ..... . . 10 Vogel Street, Newark, Ohio
WEBB, Ellen. . .- . . 1671 Flat Shoals Road, Atlanta, Ga.
WEBB, Jeree ..... . . .... . . . Box 471, Romney, W.Va.
WEBB, Jo Ann . . . . ..... .......... C alvert, Ala.
WEST, Jean . . . . 516 East Altamaha, Fitzgerald, Ga.
WHEATON, Glenn, . . ...,......... .... J amestown, Tenn.
WHEET, Randall . . . . . . . . ...... Box 227, Somerset, Ky.
WHITE, Harry , . ..... . . . Route 2, Box 297, Vienna, Ohio
WHITLOCK, Joanne Belle. . 2818 Hickory, Texarkana, Ark.
WHITT, James ......... 515 West 2nd Street, Frankfort, Ky.
WILCOX, Virginia . . ..... . . . , . Route 2, Grayson, Ky.
WILKERSEN, Royce ..... 641f2 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn.
WILLIAMS, Lucy . . 406-g Phillips Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.
WILLIAMSON, Johnny . 800 23rd Avenue East, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
WILLIS, Theresa . . . . . . . 705 Questover Lane, St. Louis, Mo.
WILLS, Diana . . .... , 1581 Waterwitch Drive, Orlando, Fla.
WILLS, Nancy ..... ......,.. B ox 85, Sandborn, Ind.
WILLS, Kay ........ ....... ..,. ..... B o x 85, Sandborn, Ind.
WILSON, Gary . . . . . 581 Reid Avenue, Huntington, W.Va.
WILSON, Weston 2118 Commander Road, Charleston, S.C.
WISE, Forrest ,... .... 4 808 Briarwood Drive, Nashville, Tenn.
WISE, Myron . ........... 3858 Franklin Street, Bellaire, Ohio
WISEMAN, Gene . . . . . 81 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn.
WITHERSPOON, Deanie , . . 407 Albert Drive, Sumter, S.C.
WOOD, Willard . . . 1016 East Avenue, West Columbia, S.C.
WOODHOUSE, Nello Bernard
626 East Van Buren Avenue, Peru, Ind.
WOODWARD, Larry .... . . 18048 Hoover, Detroit, Michigan
WOODY, Carol .......... . . 137 Champion Road, Rossville, Ga.
WOODY, Charles .... . , 137 Champion Road, Rossville, Ga.
WRIGHT, Dennis . . ..... Route 1, Box 45, Andover, Ohio
WYATT, Patty . 1100 Glen Street, Bristol, Tenn.
WYRICK, Sally . . . . .410 Atwater Street, Burlington, N.C.
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