Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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' !.unn-1 u -T , if -fur -. I I H u i 5 THE 1966 K x N Qs 5 X X xxx XX X xx Q 3 ax -N 5-X , is -ui ' Q X DARDA JAN MILBY Enrron ELLEN PHILLIPS BUsINEs s MANAGER The Decade Ili Challen e "I did not ask to start Trevecca College. God thrust it upon meg it is an institution of providence," said J. O. McClurkan, founder of the college. This thrust of God has pushed the college across these decades through colorful phases of both depression and development. President Greathouse has designated 1965-1975 as the "Decade of Challenge," and as the decades of the past have proved, the providence of Cod will continue to push the college in what is one of its most critical periods. lt will be critical because of the developmental demands that challenge the entire college. With a rise in enrollment to 1400 as forecast, the "Decade of Challenge" demands ff-ff ? ea 'i 1 5 ii QXSX r ff el - -vii r s XX? e ' ,, 5 45" " ' 1 A .fx . ' Inge! -:f, 1 . ., .- 'Eiiliil 'Q A Aff- A c - P- ' ' nu if my-xX1'XX. 3.149 4 ,ff4, Ny, , 4. fre" E f . e X vw-e s "ese2ai4i'5i nn "' is f ci ' if 5 ,ff P My A. ,Pap f 'L + xlx 1' f 1 f' XX--- 'ff A - - ' 597 4 ' ,f"".f' :riff ,Ziff ' fa- X- A J XXX f M xi -. X- .f-'-"""""N-N '-Q"j X, ,- f iff, '!,,,- X'eN,x '- nf' ,,1' X S., more and better BUILDINGS. From the crystal ball of the recent Self Study, eleven major buildings will be constructed as the fifty-acre campus becomes filled. Thirty new TEACHERS will increase the size of the faculty. Three hundred ninety-four hours will be added to the CURRICULUM. The holdings in the LIBRARY will be more than doubled as thousands of hooks are added to the shelves. New EQUIPMENT will be purchased for every department. These projections set forth the greatest challenge in the history of TNC. Each member of the college constituency will be challenged to give of his PRAYER, FINANCE, and HEART-SUPPORT in an effort to meet the challenge of developing his Alma Mater. ff '-X fl . 4 SX fy! ,X Us ! I llfjff I -Tv-x:l:'i Ti If ,ff ligg -SX, Zu, RRR, 1- . fgggsf, rf R- - 4 as. ,ri r qv 1 Ai W I ee xii? D v y 3 4- . , xx xx--4 'dxf ,ff -v -.. ii ei' ' A R5 1 RVQQR . N . Cgxzfii ...,,. :i g i V I E X. k ll fr ' :xx V.: FJ' . "--nga-uk!-F .,. Q X - V, Am 4 . W 'fans . s. -xx A 4 , . V, ' ' Xe ., . ' 'SCI' x -sf .... ' R f,f:f' .gzw .- ,Q ,- Izxgw A --v , 4 X, , - ,Jr Y ...-,ax Gbf. 4. N .-NN x It -x . T' T 1- -- N-1 - '17 A, . 1 I . '... T7 1 .ga J ,, 'S-N 43? 'E to WILLIAM M. GREATHOUSE Teacher, Friend and President LV . 'P 1 L ,- : . . -6-EW,-,t , ,Q ,, ,T , gr l Y Y - - - - .Gi - --- -- v V, . ,, . . ., . 3 i - .T-wj,tf,.,5.,..,F...... K, .' I - 2 ' ' I 1 s 4. ?l , 1, W Q J 1. Tl ly: We ii l CON TEN TS , X ,N I i I I A ltv noon I - Leadership 41 Q X deg SY A b i .t 45 ff ' E, BO0K II - Academics 65 '-- .3 - i Figs- 5 Q agfb' 4 'QC H ni' H .61 6 Y 'l- E' in 1 A BO0K III - ' Activities 123 , ph Q 2 Eff' M 7553 5' 1 "Nobody can paint the sunlight. He can only paint the tricks that shadows play with it, or what it does to forms." Willa Cather These words have a special application to our task as a yearbook staii in producing the 1966 DARDA. The kaleid scopic features that go together to form a year on a college campus are much too complex to be dissected and analyzed. It i left for us to generalize and give impressions. It remains for you, the student, to take these impressions and discern for you self. ln the past the DARDA staffs have sought to present a record of a year at Trevecca through the media of copy and photography Our task remains the same but our approach has been different. The layout is new and will require your becoming accustome to it, Copy has been decreased and in some areas eliminated. Photography carries much of our expression. These pictures wer selected for two reasons: to record the events of the year and to capture the feelingof the moment. We are not qualified or prepared to state what this year at Trevecca has meant to you. Who can say what subjective exper' ences and intangibles have meaning for you, the individual student? It is our hope that we have captured some Heeting moment or lasting facet of Trevecca which awakens a memory that is your. and gives you a glimpse of yourself and 1966 at T. N. C. If so, we have accomplished our goal. ' Jan Milby, Editor THE YEAR 1966 A ifg ww -v . ' -1' 1. '-9, pw . ,-1-,h 1 1,1 . 4 4 - A .Q f'.- 'few- v.:.v 1 .-at An, . , ,n -L A 3e,.gr!:r- ' lf, , - - MA 21141 A , 1 ,- , ..-' , .7 ' 4 " , I 2 1 fa ,- ,tn A , Q .,,, ,, yu. - ' pic' . 'fi .gf A1543 ww. .bf xm af44u -,Y --. -1 fr. ,J :"l1:.. 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X i. 4 if ' In 1 ' .' 1' I - W. w w'-EPA! Hu Q wx v ' X w m 1 I , I 'I . . o I 5 'ig i, V- 7' if ma A .-,, 1 UNH 0'lPf'f'ffg '-f ff? 5 BQQ ' 'ff' N L A . V, , JN 3- u,L W L - w-1' il ll Wifi :if IW? .- , N if ADMITTANCE -. "'!" A :V 'S -xr V ' v 1 N. - ' , -b 11' - f- - -"-:- ' -Fw ,HS uma ug! :X 4 :N ' Tgrwlfgl A 335. HH r 've keen In CQLIF' 1' L ': J- A wE2fS1A H43 Thexfrulh -W, A 4 X "ff-' '-'f ' j j W Sunday 5 P.M. WU' S X " ' 117.5 iffy ocmnnr11,19ss .. 1 ' I f I V ' 2z33 g,ggfgQgglg5p,LgL I X' A fi 5 xx J n Wiififgiyff f f X X K t M "i'F'5f'?5L7Z Q 3l.'L'1l uf X 3 iw YN'. H X i I i .XJ t K If 'J If I fl I K L W7 QQ, QE i W ' ' TQ' ' .I 3'1 A -ff-fi-1 + '! , 55 , PM ' r , L I J QQA izv fi I f-X fi .H , 1 'T 5 If uf fl' 5 A V7 ,bm if 4 Eg M10 1 rw .r H1 dau nbias, M' Wiliei' ri Midi J Ig?-' 5 4 ,L IZ. 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V ' ll 'S' . -I -Y ' SEN Illll DAY 1965 October 4'-5 . . . 300 high school seni . crowded dorms . . . the banquet-"Autumn Leavesn . . , tours of the campus . . . new f . . . a can-stacking contest . . . Circle K Kapers . . b f l k t college and a sad departure '6E0H5lH,f4:,,u l Q ' I M18 ld N ,IIAQURTH l "H EA 4.45. k I J l X552-X Mgff ,K ' x IIEYIVV- fs but kit J " 'l f V. - ol .gv .f 4 Q' --5 .V If E ' , 5 ' L5 4 'gy b Y H1 S n . ., ' Y -Q." 1'2- +-...., Mr. Earl Gorman, special three-day speaker, tulks in chapel on the role of the laity in serving Christ. bg L' Dr. Andrew Holt, President of the University of Ten- nessee, speaks at a faculty luncheon following his address to the student body in chapel. , Dr. Willis E. Snowbarger, Executive Secretary of the Department of Education in the Church of the Naza- rene, was the speaker for the Student Council Lectures. 'ich-vi W3 Rabbi Randall Falk conversing with Prof. William 'Strickland following the third in his series of lectures on the Judaic way of life. 'Q ."F?'-QEPVV ' .Q "W -' 'rn A' ' ' Y W K ' ' KS' r ' ' -fb Dr. and Mrs. Jarrette Aycoelc were the speakers for l l 'IIE the winter revival. 38 2 ELEVEN 0'CLOCK IIIIUB r"F' W T Vis! Xy 1 Xxx R I ' cr V 5, c . 'Qi A X4 5, - 5 ' f Ai h Ai X I I x I ' f M K - 2. - sd k f 'SW' ' L" V Q' :N 0-'A xx bb!! Y Ly.f 4 c b 'kklllwww um f f 1 c ffafvwf NS'-'I' 4 .W 1 U Vwvglf QW. iyfilf ww , .gm S'j'? r'f if A ,H ' ' 7 .char QQ f cj f ry gg: f l ' , - X -- . ' ,f'Y,, A "Zf' ff',x,,Jt 5- R If ' p -4r'Zf3'3'f '- 4 '35 Jf x 1 7 's f ' 'iv 09 :I 5 'f Ym lm f 1 g c 1 ,,, A -'f gg i-W , if Q X ,1 , H , J hii,tqQ-"Qu: 'YY W git?-?KNw w V H fiil lXLhNNN'V , 1,, A AwlVA:,VV f ,gil 1,,, q ,fy A-di I ll A ' w ff: 'c 4':P 3 . b " ' if L "' P122 A'A"1 i I -1 T A 1 W , 'A w -lixu b W f 'I xi ll ' r , .fgQ:x' w 'I 5 w A' w fb I-A ' ffA4.'f Q We-wg 1 6' , ' i 1 . Q' 'H '51 , 4 W ,wwQ11w -,"'uyI H. H. , Uqy., yi EES! T 40 .. v ,gy 3 - 4? ff' v W "These are the days when birds come back, A very few, a bird or two, I To take a backward lookf, Emily Dickinson BQOK I NUCA Nw V-ll YU' F X. "Q", " ' gl Q - -N.. , I. LE DERSHIP HF KE 'lm g X m N V "' lk I I 1 x 1'v !! JI I ,. 1 - I wr ,wil J ay If , V ' King -Q i WHO'S WHO LEADERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS -.., . -Q . A -w ... s-1 4... ,+- :' if "X, -4 .Q , - 4 A Y x-NT ' :...N,,1 xg 1. is , vwiil , ,ki ,M ,x a1m sift- J H. H W , W J 14 P' I 7' 1 H !' 5 H W ' " Xia -. V in H N' , M Qs i, ' W ' W V5n",i?'Tfw ' .PPMMM f Q .. ff f ' H , : fy Q, gg w If ,V 3 S if il DICK BAILEY Charlotte, North Carolina English Trev-Echoes Editol 1'fElf:ECt1QEs 'M' 'fm 'ff' 'B' Etffvrif , 1, 'S ' 4? A Q f 1 .I ', ff f J" , V-. , Q li F 4 il-,Z 2 ' Y' . Q li . i i i MARY BLUME Winslow, Indiana Education-Psychology Student Council Treasurer i 'X www 2'1- is , fy' ww in www www iiiiiuggif X www K ww :M wig: V, ,,A. , w DARDA Llterary Edlt0f DOVIE CONNER HUDSON Catlettsburg, Kentucky fx rf.. "MHA ,,,.fsw,?i'mH Y ' if ww ww ww ww 'STEM ww X 7325331 Q ww ,wwwggg giifiwaev . L - N , w if www, 51.5 , . In ,, :if , w li w f, w w 5 w ww WA w V . ,F Q ,w w ,A if 3? ASKK , w iii? HJ 'wx A ww w W ww ggkggwww wgggwfsrf wwwwwiiww-J F, W, .- -- i .Q . V . E H Q r w. ,w Ei awww Maas" wigs.. , fax 'W 5, ,, ,. , ,,.. ,.,. w gs, ww ww wwgigwh ww H gggp ' .aamnm w English Trevecca Athletic Association Presldent JIM KNIGHT Niles, -921. E ,Q Qlglfiig 51559 5 'villa 3 ., , - ik, i w -' :- MARY MEIGHAN Miami, Florida l Science A Cappella Choir fin in Q . W .T I i - f-:X ' fry l.,-'i fl ix I l -R. 'wx ,Xi 'Yi Lfl: A , . . gf: 5 ,, ,. Q M ' H' '-75 1 Bi -' xr: ,I 'if f 1 E ihff if :lf I N s 1E ff , Wg., 33 -,H A W, la.: ,f' E ,n V T-91 A gr '- ,g- :- " 2-f,.f'. ,,,.:., - f' ff' N2 p,mgfe5QfEN-g g1 AL -. '- - if -:,a?v3E-ery,-4 g f ,fx ,E nu. V, H. 6 F ' -.5 .B BEVERLY MOORE Kannapohs, North Carolina .f -A Biology Student Couqcil Secretary KATHY NEWTON Durham, North Carolina My - H 11 5565 QQ QQQ5-iw Q' Q QQ Q jr' 55' - ,X E 22 QQ -1 J-'H' E35 Q as ss Q - QQ QQ! 1 - Q 3555? QESQQ QQ ggi' Q' QQ Mg Q Qi? f.Q ' ffifhu' ' - Q M ,QQ . Y HQQQ , A - 2. Q F , f .N . I Q' ' , W Q E ' LQ, QHQQQQSVEQQQQN QQ " ,QQ ,QQ QQ, Q QQ ig Q Q 2 , E Q W QFQQQ QQQQ i Y!-Av 1 Q QQ QQ QQ H QQQQN' QQ QQ ' ,Qu Q QQ X Q, Q Q u5Tf?3i9f?fE9k oilo Ql Q QQ -is M EN,,k'5QgiQg,64 QQQQQQ L QQ WW H QQQ Q QQ QQ. H QQ ,QQQQQQQQQ QQXQS Q QQ QQ ' ',pb"..-lf, fb , Q. yy' 'E " rQl47.'15'gfQ,c9?Q9b 5 fi, ' 'Q 9i?'.'3-Q Q Q Q lQf,3fQ.Q5,,39GQgQ2 E1 gp QQ EQ QQ WGfiE5:96Qge3 N Q 2iigz3,QQh?Qc9 Q QQ ' bci'i3!Q9.'qQfifKQjQ0"i" ' " ,gb'62e35iELf:Ki. 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V . .I LJ! 5 rf W ,- - 'ln l . 39195: f' + A i:':1Q 4 - ! J' s - 91.3 Q., if , V gg ,W r 'uf he Q...,,N W -a-J' in + x'--Q... 'ar-.....,.- ,,... WEEE: "' il , Q .x 1 - 1 Q ff if' 'fig TV' ' QL ,JQL ng -of -5,4 f'. - I . , '55, Q! N ,yHYhiQm'm'Nf" ' X., K 1-1: "' T ,Q H" ' MP' .... " 'U . w"'F?fSSi V M :L ' T ,' f. 7 , i V , X "5 ' ' -17 "M L L , -3 .mf '. - :. 1 1 4, " f"'?-'. " "Y SJ. an 11,81 f ' I ' yu HQ..- Su-.. A--ff: -".' , 1 'y . X. , ' 'YQ' JM: 3, 1,1 ig: 4 f.-:Wy,'.Q-1,i'wg..g - I , . me -w.4.-- ,Q f- , "if X977-",' ' ' " p.. 1' ' Tv" Fx- Q' in f Q LEADERSHIP UIIGAN IZATIUN S STUDE T CUUNCIL Acting as liaison between the Administration and the Associated Student Body, the Student Council served as the "of Jim Knight, President Phil Thrasher, Vice-President center of student government on our campus. The members of the council were elected by the student body and repre- sented Trevecca's most capable leaders. The group met weekly to consider issues of business and campus activities, and they were responsible for many important functions. In cooperation with the Music Department, the council presented an artists series with the Nashville String Quartel and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. In the spring the Student Council Lectures were given by Willis E. Snow- barger, Executive Secretary of the Department of Education. Trevecca was host to representatives from the other Naza- rene colleges during the Nazarene Student Leadership Con- ference. 'NJ First Row: Prof. Allen, P. Thrasher, N. Carter, D. Bailey. Second Row: J. Knight, J. Milhy, B. Duncan, K. Dean. Third Row: M. Blume, D. Schrope, K. Newton, K. Vennum. E. Drcll Allen, Sponsor Kathy Newton, Secretary V4 'Q A f ,,,.-.,, TBEVECCA CULLEGE ARTISTS SERIES T he Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Willis Page, Conductor 1 WL.. "N .. y..M...i.1.s.Nx. H......" .. . .ig ' S E ' 'M V M YY Ir , ..5,- ,..-.. ' Mfr ,.ii"""-5 ,,v , J .. ., se , , ,,,.. .X ,V -' - ' ' ' . 1. 5 , , .. H , .fu .N...v.m.m..'H5kg . '-'g...-5v"5v.w -.N . .......',.k5.. ' .."M.Qg' if H .!.H..1!...gE.. .. N.. .. QM" .. , ...W 'nf ... N' ' A Q! 'Q 3? . Y... ff" ' , - V: W 1 1 'nu sr 1 gp- ,- 60 The Nashville String Quartet 61 .et H0 0B IICIETY Under the leadership of Professor Paul Bassett, sponsor, and Billie ,lean Cline, president, the Honor Society drew up a constitution and made the transition from an inactive club into a functioning and aggressive organization. Membership was based upon the student's maintaining a 2.5 grade aver- age or higher for three consecutive quarters. The members were characterized by their scholastic interest and participa- tion in the extracurricular activities oiiered by Trevecca. The society sponsored several luncheons and seminars.. One of their most successful activities was a "College Bowl" pro- gram in which Honor Society members matched wits on questions submitted by the faculty. Back Row: E. Phillips, G. Wilson, R. Fox, K. Vennum, R. Moore, J. Spa-rks., Prof. Bassett. Front Row: J. Milby, J. Stepp, R. McDowell, C. Smith, B. Cline, D. Hudson, M. Moore. Not Pictured: J. Knight, L. Watrous. if T! l 1 . 4. 1 Paul Bassett, Sponsor 5551 4' 1. Mark Creathouse, Circle K President, presents the winner's trophy to Rusty Ross, leader of the Sophomore can-slackers. CIRCLE K The Circle K Club of Trevecca came into its own this year. The club is affiliated with Kiwanis International and has as its motto, 6'We Build." They sponsored several fund- raising drives which enabled them to carry out the follo-wing projects: the Circle K Kapers during Senior Daysg the Class Basketball Tournamentg and the purchase and installation of road signs to direct visitors to our school. The members represent Trevecca's most outstanding young men in the areas of scholarship, leadership, athletics, and participation in the affairs of the college community. Back Row: J. Forman, K. Vennum, D. Wiley., M. Greathouse, J. Knight, L. Knight, R. Sexton. Front Row: S. Oliver, J. Galloway, J. Harris, D. Bailey, P. Thrasher, C. Taylor, C. Streit. Not Pictured: C. Cook, J. Knear, J. Hendershot, Mr. Anderson, sponsor. 11. ' 'af-fm 71" N1 ' A CIRCLE K KAPEB 1 W- Q 3 . W- 3 J, X jaw QW E 1 'E 'E kim 1-in 'ln if . -394' , .,'-D:-I if BUCK II 'S ' - V H I-'ll ' I J ,ft-,i W X ,.. 1 ,fb L , A . Z 1 Ma., aww' SLE' . -i w 4 G 'I N: '57 ' as G2 Qi, 'D y lgilfkif ff' t Qi- -f ig, +I: ig 'U- X-, , "YN --. FACULTY AND SENIORS J UN IORS1 SOPHOMORES FR ESHMEN FACULTY SENIOR JUNIOR SOPHOMORE FRESHMEN ADMINISTRATION EDITORS- Billie Jean Cline Connie Glenn Ruth Downing Alice James Brenda Hartsfield N115- ' ,uf su "',' , ' --H A -. X -H -'tl : hr A L f- ff L 5,331 qx xi rf .A L. 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Ak.,g 5 I ' srl , 'N A --1 -. " M if fi. gf., Mmxl 'illltlt 411111-411111111 N11111111111111 '11111111114111-1 'ily11111111111 UQ111111111111 A ,A '1111111111111111 'I111111111111111 ,H11111111111111 - 5 ,I11111111111111 , 4 K" 3001111111111 K M -Y V-- .'!1n1144-nqclli ' J ',, , :K11111111111 l1'!I-1111111110 'f-1111111111 A.. A DMINISTBATI0 i X ""5.., PBESIDE T President .lohn Hibben of Princeton maintained that the object of Princeton education was to bring a man into full possession of his powers with a richly stored mind, a trustworthy character, a spirit of ambition based on attainment, and a spirit of consecration to devote that attainment to the wel- fare of the world. These appear to be worthy aims for Trevecca Nazarene College. Christ came to make possible the abundant life. Trevecca takes the finest young men and women of the church and tries to assist them in attaining to the full heights of Christian manhood and womanhood and coming into the full possession of their powers. The first business of Trevecca is to help you store your mind richly. As a college we are pri-- marily an institution of learning. Our constant effort is to provide a curriculum with breadth, depth and balance. I would remind you, however, that knowledge must be wed to character. We can never forget that Nazi Germany was perhaps the most highly edu- cated nation the world has ever seen. "A trust- worthy charactern is one patterned after Jesus Christ. It is the product of divine grace and right human choices. The religious life of the College, especially the daily chapel service, is integral to the education we offer you. And do not be afraid of "a spirit of ambition based on attaiument.', Every great and influential life has been marked by ambition. One cannot come into the possession of knowledge without feeling his powers heightened and dreaming of doing some- thing signiiicant and lasting. Such ambition is un- holy only if it is directed toward selfish ends. ll is holy when it is consecrated to Christ and the welfare of mankind. Charles Wesley put it unfor- gettably: '4To serve the present age, My calling to fulfillg O may it all my powers engage, To do my lVlaster's will." -WILLIAM M. GREATHOUSE BUABD 0F TRUSTEES The Council for Institutional Research and Planning CCIRPJ, pre- sented this self-study to the Board of Trustees during the '65 spring meeting. The Council conducted an intensive study of each phase of the college and presented a long-range plan for the expansion and development of the school. The Board of Trustees, with Dr. John L. Knight as chairman, recess during their spring meeting. .-qu.. ,.. , is we -r X ,J I ..... 23,31 fbi, :rf-M : ' 'X L' h rf -Q gn .-4-t .-4 09 -nf 4.4 fill 71 ADMIN ISTBATIO N ,sl ff--ww H 5 lm i :fz ug W. WILLIAM H. ANDERSON Assistant to President in Development and Public' Relations E. DRELL ALLEN Dean of Student Life and Director of Admissions HNHaW.,.:v., lg? 4 eg! ' wi is D, H, s CHARLES L. CHILDERS Dean of Instruction A. B. MACKEY President Emeritus JOHN L. CHILTON DON NEWELL Controller Business Manager " " 'W ' ' Y' -f.,5E5H M ,al Y l - ., : L A if F ll ek x - L - is - 4,1 1 4 'ff sas. H .tw w .1 M wx ,,,.. w .iw .-Wt' .L 1. 1 X, . V. 1 wsw, 1 Q -wb . ,, . 4:, , K. W. PHILLIPS' LYLA THRASI-IER MACKEY T. E. JONES Registrar CYear"s leave of absencel Librarian. Consultant in Estate Planning CPart-timel 111-,.,,, . , ,' 1 M I if, Fit . -:qt , E3 Wu of Q .911 J 'wi' J. LEON CHAMBERS Director of Religious Life C- DAN HATFIELD Director of Student Aid ,D W- .:.t , D " A 5LP I A lv K' 1 YV W I f " ' I ., -' ' ' V , 'lj ful' " 9 : .77 " 4 , A., - -ry-' ,' "f .Ft ' . ' M- ' -4 Q ' Wm' ' 9' ,V VL, . 1"'e. ' Ei? 1' ' F... . X P. 1 "I qw: 1 flew.-3' I lids--A 'fd' DAVID C. ERICKSON Director of Field Services L. P. GRESI-IAM Consultant in Adntinistration ge? if . -J - 1... we-4 .... 41. 1 . ,. - '- ,, 1-.fr - -wr , . ,Q , T ...QA - - ' 1 .,'-1 Na V 19- X 5 K' 1 H, gf, G. LEWIS PENNINGTON Director of Teacher Education STANT ON PARRY Consultant in Institutional Research DIVISIO 0F LAN GUAGES, LITERATURE EI E ART yr ,W 74- N DR. CHARLES L. CHILDERS, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. Q Dean of Instructionj DIVISIONAL CHAIRMAN 12 year Faculty Mem- ber. Professor of Eng- lish and American Literatluec. SYLVIA YOUNG mg rr DODSON, B.A., M.A. ,ff - 5 year Faculty Mem- 'W ber. Assistant Profes- fu- - ' sor of Humanities, ' -'Nl' P' Th . nano, eory I an rio K :L J. LOIS BLANCHARD EADES, A.B., M.A. 2 year Faculty Mem- ' ber. Instructor of World Literature, Advanced Usage, Advanced Writing. Q, 9 V. . , W ... W fi' , ,-... , W . l li? V --,, xr., ' Cf za- Q. - ' t bb r a H V' . V " A . i' .,, .X -L,p-f I , -..J !'j"T? THOMAS REID, A.B., M.A. 1 year Faculty Member CPart-timeD Instructor of Spanish LARRY L. FINGER, A.B., M.A. I year Fac- ulty Member. Chairman, Dept. of English, Assistant Profes- sor of Romantic Literature, Ad- vanced Grammar, World Literature. LYLA T. MACKEY, A.B., M.A., B.S'. 31 year Faculty Member Librarian Associate Profes- sor of Library Science. BARBARA McCLAIN, A.B., B.Mus., M.Mus. 10 year Faculty Member, Associate Profes- sor of Music History, Piano, Theory. AMY L. PERSON, A.B., M.A. 34 year Faculty Member, Associ- ate Professor of World Literature, Written and Oral Communication. ADRON HOLLINS PHILLIPS, A.B., M.A. 20' year Faculty Member, Assistant Profes- sor of English smd French. vii n' 1 l Q.: '71, I - lfe, HARRY RUSSELL, B.S., M.A. 2 year Faculty Member Chairman, Dept. of Speech, Professor of Debate, Speech, Persuasion I 1 Q k 'vii . r- ' , . ' A ' c x gr r is-gfgrr ,, . . . ":',s.s .- J- " -12, .. F H W IIC? RAMON UNRUH, B.Mus., M.Mus. 12 year Faculty Member Chairman, Dept. of Music, Professor of Voice and Music yew AF, Q 5- ""4 ,- T' JAMES VAN HOOK, A.B. 2 year Faculty Member, Instructor in Instrumental Music -H 1 A 51. 1'- iv sg f-i,X if N A . is Qi" :A 1 A., ii, Q? f, , HOMIER ADAMS, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. DIVISJONAL CHAIRMAN 18 year Faculty Member, Professor of World History, American History , E. DRELL ALLEN, Th., B.D., M.A. 3 year Faculty Member, Associate Professor of History and Sociology E-'MB N N W rl 'Q -f' F it fvf"QY-- , V ,, ,y I . , J PAUL BASSETT, A.B., B.D. 1 year Faculty Member Chairman, Dept. of Languages, Associate Professor of Greek, History at 4 3 7 ,. JOHN CHILTON, B.B.A., A.B. Con- troller, 2 year Faculty Member, Instructor in Economics and Business Administration 13' gr .- NA E -gui' gl DAN HATFIELD, B.S. 2 year Faculty Member, Director of Student Aid Instructor in Personal Finance, Money and Banking ELMER HEABERLIN, JR., A.B., M.Ed., B.D. 1 year Faculty Member, Instructor in. Physical Education M ,W .K A 1' X'--uv JERRY COSTA, A.B., M.A. 9 year Faculty Member Assistant Professor of Spanish, Gwsraphy, Humanities A. B. MACKEY, A.B., M.A., LL.D. 4-1 year Faculty Member, President Emeritus, Professor of Economics and Practical Psychology t gi aww 1--N C. T. DUCKETT, A.C.A., A.B., 18 year Faculty Member, Director Reading Services rofes Assistant P s of English and Reading ,..-- , n .4 ERNEST MOORE JR,, B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 1 yeasr Faculty Member Associate Professor of Education, History and Philosophy, American Pfhilosorphy of Education X '- 1 Qt. 'll I l un X . Q I li i If 1 'X-. ,, y... A I 1 'Z u in 1 T yi . "PW 5' A 1:-T-A 1 'TS' " Y, ,JF i Q if tg' JOHN MOORE, B.S., M.Ed. 1 year Faculty Member Instructor in Children"s Literature and Art Education TRAFTON D. WILLIA'MS, A.B., M.A., 1 year Faculty Member, Chairman, Dept. of Psychology, Director of Testing and Guidance Associate Professor of General Psychology, Social Psychology G. L. PENNINGTON, Th.B., A.B., M.A., Ed.D. 7 year Faculty Member Chairman, Dept. of Education, Director of Teacher Education, Professor of Materials and Methods, Reading in the Elementary School 77 DIVISIO OF SOCIAL STUDIES DIVISIO 0F PHILO 0PllY, BELIGIO , D CIIRISTIA EDUCATIO r"" i i xi. LEON CHAMBERS, Tl1.B., B.D'., M.A.., Ed.S., D.D. 9 year Faculty Member Chairman, Dept. of Religion, Professor of Practices and Church Administration, Director of Religious Life RAY DUNNING, A.B., B.D'., M.A. 2 year Faculty Member, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Biblical Literature LAWRENCE JABLECKI, A.B. I year Faculty Member, Instructor in Philosophy and Int. to Logic H. IX? ,S af: 7 6 'pg -X 1 JJ 13" ' 111159 53335. C15 -1, fzll 2 .gf . QL.. Q, TN M'--Q. was JOHN KNIGHT, KOY PHILLIPS, A.B., M.A., B.D., Th.B., B.S., M.A., Ph.D., DIVISIONAL B.D. 20 year CHAIRMAN. 8 year Faculty Member Faculty Member Registrar Con leave Professor of at U. of S. Missis Theology, sippi J Philosophy lmao MAURY REDFORD, BS., Th.B., B.D., M.A. 35 year ' Faculty Member Archivist Associate Professor of Religion and Creek Z ME. -"JUL Y WILLIAM STRICKLAND, A.B., B.D. 4- year Faculty Member, Assistant Professor of Church History, Bible 'W'-M, fir. me-S5 X W li Q11 "Y""'o- .4 A M.. 1' fg. - my I 'I sag., 5,1 N ga' x-,,-7- f, '.4 DOYLE BRI'I'l'AIN., BJS5. 1 year Faculty Member, Instructor in Chemistry and Int. to Science CPatrt-timej 'Aa' ,Aw E54 .Ea M It LL , '1 Ang 171: Y Na' 1' 1 v --, 6+ ,wx ......,. J! x 1 f .A-L via LR, '19-i :--A I JOHN DIX, A.B., M.A., DIVISIONAL CHAIRMAN, 6 year Faculty Member Professor of Zoology, Embryology, Histology ALTA BEDFORD, B.S., M.A., 35 year Faculty Member Associate Professor of Mathematics WILLIAM SLONECKER, A.B., M.D., 4 year Faculty Member, Assistant Professor of Health Education fPart- timej CLIFTON TAYLOR, B.S., M.SL, 3 year Faculty Member Chairman, Math Dept., Associate Professor of Calculus, Physics, Electronics DIVISIO OF SCIE CE A ll MATHEMATICS 81 Mrs. Viola Costa Mrs. Faye Cullen Bookstore Clerk Assistant Bookkeeper Mrs. Joy Erickson Miss Martha Cray Secretary to Dean of Assistant Registrar Student Life ,N sq ' .ss Mrs. Virginia Jensen Mr. Bill Klausner Bookkeeper Printer Miss Beverly Smith Mrs. Helen Vennum Photographer Secretary to the s 1 f MR. LESLIE FARTHING Tidwell Hall HEAD RESIDENTS MRS. WINONA IRWIN McKay Hall si LAX , MRS. MABEL ORNDOFF ,Iohnson Hall MISS MARIE PEERY Hardy Hall CLASSES CLASS 0F '66 OFFICERS MARY MEIGHAN . . . ..................... Reporter MARY BLUME ........... Student Council Representative MISS BARBARA MCCLA-IN .......... ....... S ponsor CLAUDE NICHOLAS ...... .... P resident RUTH ELLEN MAY . . . .... Secretary BEVERLY MOORE . . ...... Treasurer J AN F ORMAN ...... .... V ice-President age, 'f 1--v-vet, -.4-.N ,, .. to X K'-1 Ltr- fii fix. Q55 191151 -. A. Iii?" ,S ex - - is' W a CLASS JOYCE ANN ADKINS Gallagher, West Virginia A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3, 4, Music Club 2, 3, Student Education Asso- ciation 2, 3, 4, Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 21. LYN DA FAYE ARENDER Clinton, Mississippi A.B. Education-Psychology A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Trevecca Ath- letic Association 1, 2, Music Club 2, Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, Dorm Council 4, Chris- tian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, Student Education Association 3, 4. BARNEY SPENCER BAGGOTT Winnsboro, South Carolina AB. Religion Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4, A Cap- pella Choir 1, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Ambassador Quartet 1, Speech Club 3, Music Club 1, 2, Trevecca Athletic Associ- ation 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Champion 2, Most Valuable Softball Player 3, Back of the Year 3, 4, South Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. JOYCE ANDREWS BAGGOTT Fort Wayne, Indiana A.B. EllILCHliOll-PSQ'Ch0i0gY Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Rambler's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 1, 2, 3, Student Education Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Wives Association 4, DARDA Typist 3. HUGH RICHARD BAILEY Charlotte, North Carolina ,4.B. English Whols Who in American Universities and Colleges 4, Treo-Echoes 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Leadership Award 3, Circle K Club 3, 4, President 3, NCEC Representative 3, 4, Officer 4, Men's Cleo Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, DARDA Sports Editor 2. ANN HAWKINS BERCK Dalton., Georgia AB. History Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3, Music Club 2, 3, Clio Society 4, Treble Tone Choir 1, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, Georgia Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treble- aires Trio 2, 3: Soloist-lVlen's Glee Club 4. 017 '66 BETTY LOIS BIRDWELL Gruetli, Tennessee A.B. Education-Psychology MARY EUNICE BLUME Winslow, Indiana AB. Education-Psychology Class Reporter 1, 25 Student Council Treas- urer 4-g Student Council Representative 4-Q DARDA Staff 2, 3, Business Manager 3, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 41, Basketball All-Star 2, 3, Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, NCEC 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 25 Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4-, Treasurer 25 Wl1o's Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. JULIA CAROLYN BROOKS Nashville, Tennessee AB. Education-Psychology Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2g A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Kappa Sigma Phi 2g Clio Society 2, 4'g Student Education Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4. LESTER BYINGTON, JR. Bristol, Tennessee A.B. Biology Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Football All-star 2, 3, 4, Lineman of the year 1, Softball All-Star 1, 2, 3, Alpha So- ciety Chairman 4-. ROBERT RAY BYRD, JR. Memphis, Tennessee A.B. English CLETA DELORIS CLINE Belle, West Virginia A.B. English Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, Kappa Sigma Phi 3, Student Education Association 3, 43 Art Club 1, 2, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2. vu p . sa, AP'- SAX IX Q f,.,,,,-'T 12 . QEWQ11-5 f-ag, sr: tis- xl "'TTQ'f.-A' Al rvilal, Y -r-A 7 .15:: ' I f, fwyl .1 f ,,.- ,V y i v-. , - 3 I v A , . 4 ' 1 - fi-9i'A , fi , 87 if-R ,wr if CLASS EUGENIA LEE CLOUD Tampa, Florida A.B. English Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Beta Chairman 4-g A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4-g Speech Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 33 Christian Work- ers Association 1, 2, 3, Treo-Echoes Busi- ness Manager 3g All School Play 1, 2, 4-. LYN DA CHERYL COOK Kennesaw, Georgia A .B. Education-Psych ology Christian Workers Association 1, 3g Geor- gia Club 3. PATRICIA MELTON COOPER Arcadia, Florida AB. Education-Psychology Florida Club 1, 2, 3, Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3g Clio Society 1, 23 Student Education Association 23 Music Club 1, Student Wives Association 4-. KUHRMAN KAY COX Rockwood, Tennessee AB. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3. 4-. NORMAN RAY COX Rockwood, Tennessee A .B. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2. 3, 4-g Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 41. PAUL CREW Camden, New Jersey A.B. Religion Minisif rirxl Association 4-. 0F '66 WILLIE ALLEN CIROCKETT Urbann, Virginia A.B. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2g Min- isterial Association 1, 2, 3, 4. RALPH LEON CURTIS McEwen, Tennessee AB. Biology Science Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. DAVID H. DIEHL Zelienople, Pennsylvania Religion-College Theological Christian Workers Association 1, Minis- terial Association 1, 2. CARL WAYNE EBY Fort Lauderrlale, Florida A.B. Christian Education JUDY ANN FERRISS Chattanooga, Tennessee A.B. Education-Psychology Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Education Association 3, 45 East Tennessee C-lub 1, 2, 3, 4. .IAN RAY FORMAN Langley, South Carolina A.B. History Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Clio Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, Vice President 2, Reporter 3, Georgia Club 1, 2, 3, Reporter 1, President 3g South Carolina Club 4, Student Edu- cation Association 1, 2, 3, Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Menis Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Circle-K Club 4-5 Treo-Echoes 2, 3, DARDA Staff 45 All School Play 1, 23 Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice-President 3, 4. fret- erin f f A ..s.:j1-iNTa3,- 5,5- f-Wars, ws! rs:--4 ffgnu' 39 I , ' Ou Qs , ..,-. W A , Q ff' 21 as , r 'I-+ 2 J ,a . v Q C .am A tm' it ' 1 41 U 1 ' 9 leash .Rf 4...,,x 'GFX' ., ' 274 . , V as x 1 we .t I X 1 1 ,J v""""'f go CLASS BON IIF ACI O F RAUSTRO Laredo, Texas AB. Religion Christian Workers Association 3, Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 3, 4-, Ministerial Association 3, 4, Florida Club 3, 4, Span- ish Club 4. .JOYCE HILDA F ULENWIDER Logan, Alabama A.B. Education-Psychology Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Sigma Phi 4, Alabama Club 1, 2, 3, 4. VERNON LEWIS FULLER Moulton, Alabama A.B. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4-, Trevecca Missionary Fellowship. GLADYS JUNE GASSETT Fort Valley, Georgia A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, Georgia Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 3, Music Club 3. CONSTANCE GORDON GLENN Louisville, Kentucky AB. History Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, Clio Society 2, 3, Speech Club 2, 3, Treo-Echoes Assistant Business Manager 3, DARDA Staff 3, 4, Christian WOFkC1'S Association 3, Student Wives As- sociation 4. RONALD WARD GOODMAN, JR. Sewanee, Tennessee A.B. Religion Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4: East Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Clio Society 2, Christian Workers Association 1, 2, Menis Glee Club 2. 0F 966 ROSEMARY ANN GRUBBS Madison, Indiana A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, 2, -35 Trcvecca Missionary Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 41. DALE DEAN HATFIELD Columbus, Ohio AB. Religion Christian Workers Association '1, 2, Minis- terial Association 1, 3, 415 Ramblers Club. SARA ELIZABETH HILL Menominee, Michigan A.B. Edlucation-Psychology Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Speech Club 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, Junior Class Treasurer, Kappa Sigma Phi 2, South Carolina Club 1, 23 Ramblers Club 3, 4-5 Treble Tone Choir 1, 2, 3. MARY ANN HORN Monterey, Tennessee A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Worke1's Association, East Ten- nessee Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4. DOVIE CONNER HUDSON Cazlettsburg, Kentucky AB. English Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4, Student Educa- tion Association 2, 3, 4-g Honor Society 2, 4, Scholarships 1, 3, 4-5 Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 4-. LARRY LEROY HUGGINS Charlotte, North Carolina A.B. Music Education A Cappella Choir 1, 25 Trevadores Quartet 2, 35 Music Club 1, 2g Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, Trevecca Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, North Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Opera, "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 3. i 90? ef"'4. fxwl' --V ..f.-'F' vifqg 91 ann., , -'YL y' '-- ,y 45- ,V-was , - - S5 as 115 J, some uw.-.ef H. BQ!! 3? W-1-Q7 , ssisvi. ei V ll "X,.:siilF H, 3 I -MA I. -'Tv-5, CLASS LINDA LINN HUGGINS H untsville, Alabama AB. Education-Psychology Treble Tone Choir 15 A Cappella Choir 2g Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 25 Music Club 1, 2, Alabama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 3, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3g Opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 3. JEAN BURNS INMAN Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Education-Psychology HARRIS SANCHEZ JAMISON Cairo, Georgia A.B. Music Education Crusaders Quartet 1, Evangelaires Quartet 2, 35 Opera "Amahl and the Night Visi- torsl' 3, Georgia Club 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cap- pella Choir 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, Treasurer 3, Christian Workers Associa- tion 1, 25 Junior Vocal Recital, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 49 All School Play. KATHLEEN NUTTER KESTER Parkersburg, West Virginia A.B. Education-Psychology Trev-Echoes Editor 3, Kappa Sigma Phi 3, West Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4. WANDA WALKER KIMBLER Pleasure Ridge Park, Kentucky A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, Student Education Association 15 Kentuckv Club. .IIMMIE DALE KNIGHT Niles, Michigan AB. English Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. President 4g Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Trevadores Quartet 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Who's Wfho in American Uni- versities and Colleges 45 Sportsman Award lg Citizenship Award 35 Treiz-Echoes 1, 29 Circle K Club 3, 4. 0F 966 - CAROL RICHARDSON MAHAN Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Education-Psychology Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, Treble Tone Choir 1, A Cappella Choir 2, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 44, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Christian Workers Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 25 Speech Club 1. RUTH ELLEN MAY Weirlon, West Virginia AB. Education-Psychology Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4-g Librarian 2, 3: Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, West Virginia Club Secretary 3, Class Secretary fl. MARY KATHERINE MEIGHAN Hialeah, Florida A.B. Science Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4-g Trevecca Missionary Fellowship, Secretary 2, Reporter 35 DARDA Staff 1, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 4-g A Cappella Choir 1, 4-g Senior Class Re- porter. CAROL ANNE MILLER Arcadia, Florida A.B. English Christian,Workers Association 1, 2, 3, Stu- dent Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Florida Club 1, 2, 3, 41. RICHARD ALLEN MILLER Xenia, Ohio AB. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4-g Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, Art Club 2, 3, Ministerial Association 2, 3, 4-3 Dorm Council 2, 3g Ramblers Club 1, 2, 3, 4-. BEVERLY GAIL MOORE Kannapolis, North Carolina A.B'. Education-Psychology Trevecca Athletic Association I, 2,.3, 4. Alpha Society Chairman 2, 3, Reporter 1, Vice President 4-, Basketball Most Valuable Player 3, All-Star 1, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3g Class President 2, 3, Class Treas- urer 4-g Whois Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges 4-3 Sportsmanship Award 3, Music Club 1, 2, 3: Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3. L YEL' I . W 5 .f N f .cf if 4 ,f x 1 E -., -r --sl ---.44 lf" .k .. an J- Q-.. ,. Y-If 93 X R-1 ie CLASS STEPHEN CARSON MORRIS Eau Callie, Florida A.B. Religion Trevecca Athletic Association 1, Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club. KATHRYN HEN R1E'I'1'A NEWTON Durham, North Carolina A.B. Biology Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, '4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 1, Music Club 2, Trevecca Missionary -Fellow- ship 3, North Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Class Secretary 3, Head Resident 2, 4, Student Council Sec- retary 4, Who,s Who in American Uni- versities and Colleges 4, Honor Society 2. CLAUDE GIDEON NICHOLAS Cincinnati, Ohio A.B. History Transfer Student, Speech Club 3, 4, Min- isterial Association 3, 4, Trevecca Mission'- ary Fellowship 3, 4, Debate Team 3, Clio Society 4, Class President 4, Assistant to Dr. Adams 4, All School Play 3, Trevecca Athletic Association 3, 4, Whois Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. JAMES FRANKLIN NULL Waterloo, Ohio AB. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4: Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4. STEVEN LLOYD OLIVER Springfield, Illinois AB. Religion Student Council Representative 1, 2, Re- publican Club President 3, Christian Edu- cation Club President 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Brass Ensemble 2, Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 1, 2, Debate Team 3, Music Club 1, 2, Alabama Club 1, 2, Ramblers Club 3, 4, All School Play 1, 2, Circle K Club 3, 4. ROBERT OWEN OSBORNE Greensboro, North Carolina A. B. Christian Education Transfer Student, Christian Workers Asso- ciation 1, 3, 4, North Carolina Club 1, 4, Christian Education Club 3, 4, President 3. EDDIE MARTIN PATTERSON Declzerrl, Tennessee AB. History Class Vice-President 2, Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Chairman 1, sag. '1-'."- , -Ll J-,- .1 . 'Q' - '-1 i , jeff? . - 5-glsjl'--xg. 51 , I.-up VH 3Tl3,r','g , Y HF:-E I Q31 '- J' 5 itll-EI-.:, -. I I.. --I . 4 - .-x 4.31, ,:- pl y . . ..,i . --.. I I 3 - 1 ' I - e Beta Captain 2, All Star Team 1, 2. Most Valuable Player Ig Science Club lg Clio Society 1. RONALD J. PELTON Melvindale, Michigan, A.B. Religion. Christian Workers Association 1, 2, A Cappella Choir lg Rambler's Club 1, 2, Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4g Men's Glee Club 2, Trevecca Ath- letic Association 1, 2g Clio Society lg Music Club 2. DIANNE ELIZABETH PETERS Roanoke, Virginia AB. Modern. Langzzages A Cappella Choir I, 2, Secretary 25 Class Secretary 2g Student Council Representa- tive 3g Music Club 1, 25 DARDA Staff, Class Editor 2, Associate Business Manager 3g Spanish Club 4g Christian Workers Asso- ciation 3, 45 Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. PATRICIA CAII.. PETRY Sharon, West Virginia A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 35 Kappa Sigma Phi 3, West Virginia Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Student Educa- tion Association 2, 3, 43 Trevecca Mission- ary Fellowship 3, 4, Missionary Prayer Band 3, 4. CAROL SUE PICKENS Point Pleasant, West Virginia AB. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association I, 2, 3g Dorm Council 3, 43 Treble Tone Chorus 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Music Club 1: Student Education Association: West Virginia Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LAURA NELL PROCTOR Naslwille, Tennessee A.B. Education-Psyclzology QQR, ig." I lu-vii' sr- 641 was A-me--"' A.f..'a. .1583 'N 1 .1115 . .,-'I 95 'Q' -Q, W: . J 4 asf' t -asia fig' 1--A 'f"f+'y E! 4' QQ 'sn--""g! 'Nils -'em 111 I V v Q CLASS RUTH CAROLYN QUICK Wallace, South Carolina A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Student Education Association 3, 415 South Carolina Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Kappa Sigma Phi 3, Trevecca Missionary Fellow- s ip 3. RICHARD PIERCE REED Tallahorna, Tennessee .A.B. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2g Mis- sionary Prayer Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4g East Tennessee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 2, 3, Ministerial Association 3, 4. EARNESTINE MORGAN RICHARDSON Nashville, Tennessee AB. Education.-Psychology KAREN ELAINE SALSER Parkersburg, West Virginia AB. English A Cappella Choir 1, 23 Treble Tone Chorus 3g Speech Club, President 4, Treasurer 33 Trebleaires Trio 2, 3g Music Clubg All School Play 3. BARBARA FAYE SHARPTON Cullman, Alabama A.B. Education-Psychology Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3g Stu- dent Education Association 1, 2, 3. HAROLD EUGENE SHARPTON Cullman, Alabama A.B. Erlucalion-Psychology Alabama Club 1, 2, 3g Clio Society I, 2, 3g Student Education Association 1, 2, 3. 77 ' Y Tiff' '52 1 ,Y ,-7:5 1 ...L .-, 0 F 9 6 6 I l DARLEEN HALL SHAW E Santa Clara, Cuba l A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, 23 Stu- dent Wives Association 41. l l JAMES CALVIN SHAW Mercer, Pennsylvania AB. Religion Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 43 Ministerial Association 1, 4-. DELIA MARIE SMITH Dublin, Georgia A.B. Education-Psychology Christian Workers Association 1, 2g Kappa Sigma Phi 23 Math Club 2g Class Reporter 3g Georgia Club 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Trevecca Ath- letic Association 1, 2. 1:7 HORACE LAMAR SMITH Shawmut, Alabama A.B. Religion Science Club 13 Christian Workers Associ- ation 1, 2, 3, 41, Vice President 23 Minis- terial Association 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGIE ANN SMITH Brunswick, Georgia A.B. Education-Psychology Treble Tone Choir 1, 2, 33 Kappa Sigma Phi 2g Dorm Council 33 Trev-Echoes Cir- culation Manager 2, 3. NORMA JEAN SMITH Brookhaven, Mississippi A.B. Education.-Psychology Mississippi Club 1, 2, 3g Kappa Sigma Phi 13 Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 23 Christian Workers Association 1, 23 Stu- dent Eclucation Association 2, 33 Treble- Tone Choir 1. 97 1, .-' f. .i jf:-EI, 1' gg. 749 gf .,, "-eff' 'Nur' if x "ctr, CLASS JOYCE DIANNE STIGLETS Gulfport, Mississippi A.B. English Student 'Education Association 1, 3, 4, I V N. x ri. ,ll Q--"Y", 'k-nxt '34 1--'1-rv lg ,, . c ,,, . 1, W., -a,-Argx... - - ply .. 'X--41 Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 3, Cl1o Society 4. JIMMIE DON TABERS Murray, Kentucky A.B. Mathematics Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Kentucky Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 4, Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, Cap- tain 2, 3, Science Club 1, Math Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3, Ministerial Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Secretary 4. CARL DOUGLAS TAYLOR Lawrenceburg, Tennessee A.B. Music Education Trevecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, All- Star 1, 2, Operas, "Rip Van Winkle" 1, 6'Amahl and the Night Visitors" 4, School Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Christian Workers Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 1, Vice-President 3, 4, Trev- Echoes Sports Editor 3, 4, Circle K Club 3, 4, Treble Tone Soloist 4. PAULA DIANNE TAYLOR Columbia, South Carolina A.B. Mathematics Transfer Student. LLOYD ALLEN TUCKER Trenton, Kentucky A.B. Religion JERRY L. VAN KUIKEN Chicago, Illinois A.B. Religion Transfer Student, Trevecca Missionary Fel- lowship 3, 4, Christian Workers Associa- tion 4, Kappa Sigma Phi 4, Ministerial Association 4. 0F '66 SHARRON ELAINE VENNUM Miami, Florida A.B. Education-Psychology Vice-President of Hardy Hall Missionary Interest Group 4g Christian Workers Asso- ciation 1, 2, 3, 4g Trevecca Athletic Asso- ciation 3, 4. PETER KENNY WALKER III Louisville, Kentucky A.B. Biology Class President 2, Whois Who in American Universities and Colleges, DARDA Business Manager, Christian Workers Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice President 25 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Tre- vecca Missionary Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3. SHIRLEY DEAN WITHERSPOON Sumter, South Carolina A.B. Education-Psychology Student Education Association 1, 2, Tre- vecca Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Cheerleader 2, 35 Music Club 25 Speech Club 2. NOT PICTURED: ARLEIGH WINSTON BEST Barbados, West Indies A.B. Education,-Psychology JOHN WILLIAM FARISH Philadelphia, Pennsylvania A.B. History MELVIN C. GINN Fort Lauderdale, Florida A.B. Biology FRANCES WINDER SPRUILL N ashville, Tennessee A.B. Erlucation-Psychology i""' 1,4- if-9 Fix H f itil! , A 've---4-'Of 5 CLASS 0F 967 I 100 OFF ICIERS GARY STREIT President PAUL JOHNSON Reporter JIM HARRIS VicefPresident MR. ELMER HEABERLIN Sponsor SHARON HALL Secretary NANCY CARTER Student Council Representative BILLIE JEAN CLINE Treasurer 'in l?'Ql -a-vii' .nam-93 'ff'- fc' Row One Charles Ange, Betty Bagwell, James Baker Row Two Fred Bates, David Bays, Patty Bays. Row Three Paulette Beane, David Benson, Janice Blue. Row Four Anne Bohler, Doris Brown, Carla Brundige. Row Five Chet Burch, Theresa Bush, Pat Cable. P' 766 'V .e 5 if' . , 1 1 " ' 9 , 6 Q 4.2.5 wr' E IO1 .4- ----" Q52 1 H1905 -5 X f f rg 6. 4-TQ fl 'Sf ,, 4 sf In 1 L V X X 4 ., V 'Vg ,1 . W V'-HS ' Q 'Ag ,' 'K y .5 ,gy ii 4-Q Wh I I x fn.- A 1, y . Z : iii i -1' Qin. f 3 . , 4, .' " gi, E.- 1.- 2 fm ., I .,., ,1, . ' -, 1 - ,rf i 1 1, I J :EP " r E., Qi' L ,,:, M . 4, Wm, 'f l 1' 43 f.'!v' ""'.1l'ln 1 1 ji? E-4' x 'Q ui, WHL ,-N5 AON VK 'itrv' .-5 ,11 " 1111 1 w -I-:QA -w, ' FY N ,V V M ' ,U 5 A 1 , f 'N ov-1 Q R ' Ph X -Mx ein? .P xx U if ' P ' ' ' C 5 1 A..,1:.5Q5Q.f N Sf-as W X I, XM! 2+ 1'4" . e 3 'j31,1ff, , '- 'iv - I 11 P x -LW ' 51 '76 ' . n 1. -"" Q " . ' e X - f if J Ei ' 1 'i l ' 1 ' .C ' '1 i X 1 - ,H QV E ,W,, Z - E 5 i . X 1 D ! L2 .wg I ' , 5 1 , .- ,NL xxw 2 5- If A l , . ii" L.-fi . . - ml ,am .. A- -K "" -1.1 1 -, .1 0 f t rf' ZZ -1.1:--W .1--ri fi Neff ri. GG if I Y V 107. CLASS 0F '67 Row One Sharon Callihan, Al Carey, Janie Carroll. Ro-w Two Nancy Carter, Robert Chason, Nancy Clemens Row Three Billie Jean Cline, Norma Cole, Ruth Downing. Row Fo-ur Wayne Downing, Martha Eby, Kay Frey. Row Five J ack Galloway, Joyce Gordon, John Hall. Row One . . . -"iran Sharon Hall, Jlm Harms, ,lim Hendershot. , f 4 1 , g '1f'.. -' I' ' 'U ldv w LQ 9 ff W 1' - 'JYX 'l .ssxk '27-fij f ,T7 P+ . , ue. Q7 l lxx Row Two' Ted Hoskins, Darrell Hudson, Sylvia Jamison. Row Three Paul Johnson, William Johnson, ,lean Kennedy. Row Four Carolyn Kent, ,lim Kester, Jim Knear. Row Five Larry Knight, Betty Lacy, Thom McAdory. IO an-ff' s.4 ,-...- - - - P"5x PN. ,f ft 7- fffi 'ix IQ- wt' "nw Q-ws. 1' ! W - ,f wwn - Q s M, .. f' Off! if' 1 3 419 5 51' 'an sa ' N Y 'lv' ",.o . .,-.., -if in -'ifbbfaa nv-nge, my ysrf 1-1 iq ..,. 'X N i lla. - ' 1 QP' fir '15 if I..--5 GW 'JS' "f'X 'v'T'7' --v-y ai N 'Di' '15 w1?'5n' I ,, xr, , sf if ' 5, i fsf'-XS if .Qizf 104. CLASS 0F '67 Row One Sylvia McClure, Jim Mahan, Brenda Marrs. Row Two Larry Mason, Paul Merryman, Janice Milby. Row Three Troy Miley, Katrina Miller, David Minnix. Row Four Jim Morgan, Roberta Morris, Charlene Murrill Row Five Mary Norris, Mike Norris, Larry Owsley, Row One Martha Owsley, Milton Parrish, David Post. Row Two Gary Powell, John Powell, Sally Powell. Row Three Gerald Quick, Barbara Rasnick, Bill Reed. Row Four Larry Ries, Doug Rogiers, Elizabeth Sav- age. Row Five Robert Say, William Sheridan, Carl Sherman. 1 nv .A .3 -. ..-a ff-2,5-1 3-5,',.,.-,P- . ,N . I - :a?.:.,..Q r,g4g,,wQr,- ju, N NMI lr ll ww -" C .. W I , W 'tai I 1g,,f , fr., 5' f Y ' f "1-?' ff li--'Mr J Z 1 I '-5 fa A , "' 1" 9 n 1' .i, 3 4 1 f J' w , X .Lv M ,. fa. -1 'Aw A- no 50 W Nj 0. N,- 1 75 X lx ' t . i 111 ' 'r ,m"-H+ A . 4rf'.w,,b' ml ','f9'frr, , 5.6 of . f r rv fvf ' N b , X qil 4 H Q if ,, M , -r 5 A 4.,. ,fig " 71' X V 105' CLASS 0F '67 Row Ono Ramona Sizemore, Jerry Skalsky, Carol Staggs. Row Two Louis Staubs, Barbara Steenbergen, Joyce Stepp. Row Three Betty Stewart, Robert Stidham, Gary Streit. Row Four Bobby Sutton, Guerry Teeple, Reatha Thomas. Row Five Phillip Thrasher, Keith Vennum, Patty Vreeland How One Linda Vlfalker, Gary Wallace, Ellen Webb. Row Two Jeree Webb, Jo Ann Webb, Jean West. Row Three Gary Wilson, Nello Woodhouse. NOT PICTURED: Sharon Donaldson, Gene Dunaway, Wayland Gauth- rop, Ann Huff, Roger Kempfer, Judy Parrish, Janice Pernell, Gordon Ross, Gary Simmons, Gene Smith, Martha Strickland, Carolyn Walker, Jim Whitt, Charles Woody. , J, Wsffiigggf - 'f ' if, eg- K1 Z Mig iixfiir IO H ' .-1' ,gvl , WF' , ,- J 5- xfz Xl Vg j. 4""x .7154 Nfl WI' M . V . -'Yi - QQ, , Bibi Q aiu ,,5"'- ' t, f W . l ff xx , X3-ff V, V I 'FW wwwfw ml. l 4 ' X l sf-'TN ' T' A WJ !'Q."l.u ' . 36 I' y l i. Zi?- 1 fi CLASS 0F '63 OFFICERS DR. HOMER ADAMS Sponsor PRISCILLA JONES Secretary KAREN DEAN Student Council Representative LINDA BENSON Treasurer MARLA MOORE Vice-President JOY GORDON Reporter CECIL COOK President LARRY HALL Chaplain 108 9 for '-'R , iv-5 ,..... UBL? ' Row One Tom Addams, Bill Ammons, Ann Bailey, Donald Barnes. Row Two Richard Barnes, Al Baysinger, Linda Bay- singer, Grace Benson. Row Three Linda Benson, Steve Britton, Mary Frances Buckner, Joyce Bughman. Row Four Bobby Bush, Robert Carter, Kenneth Chan- nell, Troy Childers. How Five Robert Clark, Cecil Cook, Tom Cook, Esther Crawford. Row Six Pat Danley, Donna Davis, Karen Dean, Linda Deason. Row Seven John Dickey, Shirley Dickey, ,lean Dolan, Martha Dotson. s..f li as W., 4,.f 3l""Y'N. . v ,r V G f ,f ..f.w-5.1.1 1 ,a- gs , fy , QC, ,Q r 1 - N- ff' i 3, , 'A W, , ' ,. .f by r V ,A . I, -f "'f"1?a ,.d-W, "" Y C ea, e 2, .V -I 3 x. V " L , 41 M ' ,V P-x 2. A 'R ,K at -'Te - we . 'f 5' , 4 1 E4 ' r "d'N , f-sf f r f-1 B ff .yn I as f' V. 1 X R . 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M ,I D I ' ,Y Row Seven N, 1 X 5Vi sf' 1 A i . E X' ,4 3 9 H r M' -N, Barbara Nunn, Fred Nutter, Annetta A. A 1 Q V Q ,,N 1,'!N,, X m v' 'I Osenton, Mary Ann Palmer. wl'Ehf' 'Q f "'2E 5 .1 iw iil, jf l"2X.iA4y III CLASS 0F 968 Row One Ellen Phillips, Bill Raisch, Greg Rickey, Jane Roberts. Row Two Marilyn Rood, Judy Ross, Rusty Ross, La- deane Russell. Row Three Jim Sankey, Coleman Saylors, W. C, Shep- ard, Etna Sheridan. Row Four Larry Sherman, Susan Sherman, 'Ken Shol- ter, Jennie Sibert. Row Five Don Simmons, Marshall Singletary, Elaine Slappy, Becky Sloan. Row Six . Charlene Smith, Sheila Smith, Mary Ann Smithson, Bobby Snodgrass. Row Seven Betty Sparks, Jonathan Sparks, Christina Speer, Carole Stalcup. Row One John Stark, Louise Stembridge, Donna Stephens, Cheryle Strait. Row Two Tommy Stovall, Jack Suits, Donna Suttles, Latrelle Taylor. Row Three Robert Thompson, Rebecca Tucker, Mary '- Van Reenen, Leonard Walker. Row Four Betty Watrous, Lloyd Watrous, Don Webb, - Morris West. Row Five Carolyn White, George Whitten, Judy Wil- if liams, Ken Williams. Row Six Johnny Williamson, Peggy Woodward. NOT PICTURED: Geneva Bostic Doyle Boyd Judy Parchman Britton David Carter Joyce Cromwell Ronald Dean Phillip Decker Harville Duncan Eddie Ellerr Jim Elkins David Fulks David Hage Delbert Harper Ronald Hickok Henry Horton Wes Houston Jerry Hull Grace Loggins Roger McKellen Roger Rehffeldt Sue Sinn Doyle Smith Sandra Williams gig . . . '-1 ,V ' 11 - ' l X ' i"5ll?Efv ' W' J:l,q,hM+, V 2 :Ll s ' Q25 A L 1 Y at git l . -1.4 , . -Q-..,, - ,Qi II X mai x il . .iv-. 'fav hu' -as--y-' Nr ' 'W"7' 43 .--. ,..vv .u l fn? .r's'H' Nkav Qi rhs ,gj .WR A r ish , MVA-2- VN I "Ki Q-I CLASS 0F 969 ur,f ' 3- . 1-.,v .I . - - ,: W.. - -.Q ---N-:,...4,-,-.11..,..L. gfgzy- iw E. X L. J- E , 3 II , 'F . ,..gj A X 1 , . ' 'a ' 4 3 N H Poi? xx Rn Ein 'fa iw OFFICERS STELLA TAYLOR Reporter DON WILEY Vice-President RALPH SEXTON Treasurer SUE McCLAIN Secretary DON SCHROPE Student Council Representative DON HASTINGS President DR. MILDRED CHAMBERS Sponsor CLASS 0F '69 Row One Larry Abbott, Billie .lo Abner, Joe Aldridge, Kenneth Andrews, Kay Ashworth. Row Two Eddy Bartley, John Beall, Lynn Beane, Paul Belcher, Barbara Bergen. Row Three Paul Berry, Joy Bess, Timothy Bess, Teresa Bewley, Donny Biggs. Row Four Susan Bilbra, Della Black, Garry Black, Vivian Blackwelder, Byron Bloom. low Five Mary Ann Booher, Yvonne Booth, Linda Bosley, Frank Bostick, Sandy Brewer. Bow Six Marsha Bridges, Jerry Brittain, Glenn Brown, Janet Brown, Marsha Brown. How Seven Sheryll Brown, Bill Brumiield, Charlotte Bullock, Jerry Bush, Louie Bustle. Row Eight Bobby Caldwell, Judy Campbell, Loren Carey, Kenneth Carney, Anne Carter. Q4-45' 3-ES '.', fwe- A R351 ' A l A J X' 'N 'Qs l x 1 yy M1 3.4" H T' M, f A r 'T' 5' xl if , 'F xr f. 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V, .::5" 1-A - - E Q l ., .19 ,,..a all '-,SK IRM NL lid!- wi? Y' lt fi ii A '12- ,.. V N.: Q lin. ff-X CLASS Row One Danny Carter, David Carter, i Clinda Carter, Maureen Casto, Pat Cawley. Row Two Ann Chambers, Susan Clark. Becky Coley, Jim Conner, Esther Costa. Row Three Sharon Cruikshank, Sam Cullen, Richard Damon, Joel Daniel, Karen Daniels. Row Four Jerri Davis, David Deese, Macon Dew, Loretta Dickey, Everett Dixon. Row Five Leon Dodson, Wallace Dom, Linda Do-yle, Don Dunlap, Larry Dunlap. Row Six Becky Dunlap, Betty Dunning, .lo- dell Edmonds, Dianne Enders, Betty Evans. Row -Seven Patricia Everetts, Sharon Findley, Carol Fisher, ,lim Fisher, Harold Flatt. Row Eight Linda Flowers, Carson Fluharty, Linda Fox, Janice Galford, Ann Gardner. 0F '69 Ro-w One Sheila Gibbs, Barbara Glisson, Donna Gray, Janice Gray, Jerry Gresham. Row Two David Hail, Buddy Hale, Diana Hall, Herbert Hall, Jean Halsey. Row Three Charles Hamilton, Brenda Han- cock, Jim Harden, Linda Hardy, Trudy Harkins. Row Four Annette Harrison, Billie Harrison, Toni Hartley, Brenda Hartsfield, , Don Hastings. Ro-W Five Karen Hawkins, Chuck Haynes, r James Heckathorn, Paula Hicks, Carolyn Hill. Row Six Lonnita Hines, James Hoffman, John Hoffman, Bonnita Holloway, Roger Horne. Row Seven Mike Howard, Jim Hudson, Eddie Humphrey, Carlton Hunter, Charles Ingalls. How Eight Patti Jacobs, Charles Jewell, Danny Jones, Grace Jones, Mary Kate Jones. YL, Q, , Mk I 1 sly. I ',1 S Q25 11, 1 -fi ik X g' J . y I Pr lstt , 'F' l" rg I 7 ,n QQ 1-mesa ' -,C.'3Jyl fn rt BA 1 or R AL, 't 1 'Fl"T'il 'i'45-V 2 W 9- , f' - f::',lj A i -' ' ,Z X V "-L' i : -- i H J tl 1 V .94 ' fl , - 1' 4 .-,- , ' f J if if l Y ,T H AWN .I LP 4, J f ' 1-A' ' i if IJ Q- Y 1 iii ,,.. ,oe ,pq 'I 1 vw gg ,V in W W D1 ' x -SSP -ft ,. -fx ' .1-L, ,- , v vw I I - ip. A, El ,,v' vl ' -a Qi . ha J nah .: ... i-1 7 -3 5 ,A W, ' Al ,Q 3. :L X7 aa, ' A - 'i' ll - ,Q SEP -tE:" Q 4 X P. V " if ' 23 ' X 1 'Q rdf s J , - ,. 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Y W , ij, M ,,,,,.e , ' ff , 'iiizigj' fit' f. if N - 4- :aj , -gy 'I'-2 N l - . s ..ai...A 118 If' ...,.V. Q 1 r"T 'I . f'r'Q,T K - :ae ww X? 'Il' 'S 'A CLASS Row One Hay Jones, Wayne Kelley, Clara Kellison, Charles Kent, Mariella Kershner. Row Two Robert Killen, Ron Kinzler Wanda Knox, Darrell Kroezc, Pat Kuhn. 1 Row Three Paul Lamb, Norma Lane, Dena Langley, Sheldon Lanham, Becky Latham. Row Four Betty Latham, Diane Lcviner, Peggy Levitt, David Liles, Kathy Linn. Row Five Carol Little, Danny Litton, Nolan Livingston, Grace Loggins, Elaine Lory. Row Six Sue Love, Ted Lovelace, Wayne Lozier, Lillian Lynch, Sue Mc- Clain. Ho w Seven Shirley Mcclanahan, Sue McClel- land, Jamie McCormick, ,lerrv McCreary, James McGuire. How Eight Margaret McKinley, Herb McMil- lian, Judy Marsh, Jane Marshall. Carol Mason. 0F '69 , K I L 'Q 'fs as Af i -"' hw f ' . A.- .ffl l X , Q Y , , as Q aj vi as 7 Row One Eff, X 'r,'1.f'5J7 .f-. gs- e Sharon Mason, Janice Mattingly, B - ' l ' 'sv' , ,Q John Maxwell, Marbara Maze, X, Q Richard Mitchell- is t aff . ,, M X H XX V X X X XV X I fXXXXA g X - ,t ,X X -, - A? '- ' ' - ,ig , , - Iyh. 'Li CU' ,qi - I f-Q W 'T' "' x r f 4 r f -gy .are -lil i av- , 11' 1 Row Two 1- -1 f'-1-Q54 A , '-swf , -A , XV. M- 5 A..,,, r " .lim Moore, Martha Moore, Mar- X 7 X X' vella Moore, Thomas Morgan, ' 'X ' 'W ff -A B 7 N' 5 Charlene Morris. i A X- . ' ff I , " 1 ,tx ' g, '7 Row Three , -.q- ' A if-4 ,fi L 'r' ,.l " " t V' 'T' K' ffl Diane Morris, Connie Morton, J N gf ' 12 Walter Motley, Max Murphy, ,,.f- al' P 1' ' Larry Nash. ' i S l f. 'ee-' ' i V" 51 1. 0 X - "' 'ml , 4 1 4 Q ' i 4 ROW Four """ E f 'Q Q- s U I -rx Patsy Newton, Barbara Nickens, - 1 f X'-, T' ?4,V J ' X , ,- Marvin Norfieet, Rosalyn North, M 'w a - , Y .' A .' L v' , ,uf 5. vi N X, ' 2 i .j' , Charlotte Oliver. X l g J ggi 4 X i Q ., in X L X ,rf rl Row Five Brenda O'Neal, Byron Osborn, Sarah Osborn, Sandra Overton, Roger Parlin Row Six Carol Parrish, Linda Parsons, Harold Pee les, Dwight Penning- P ton, Marion Penticuff. Row Seven Barbara Perry, David Perry, Jan- ette Phelps, Beth Pickett, Samuel Pilcher. Row Eight Patricia Pittman, Ron Porter, Pa- tricia Powers, Sandy Presnell, Linda Pruitte. ff' l ' ,Rf .X Xt. ' we 3 ' X -is ea kk 3 J., sv 36? 4 ,I M? 1 , ,JVM M1 ,N . . , X -4 1 J' 0 X -.I Lf. Q. ,Wil O 4 X . , ,'1,q,,Xy.',. K 'rw X , S ,Wi , fo- , it, , , 5 fi '-- -af ?.-4 , o ,""'x ' if i' Y 119 rv- gf f.,f,,,i -, 4' ' G , F . ,- ' 'O ei lx a 's,,.fV T' ,' wif? It 4,,, 'R-Q: F' X 'V '. If jx fr h S x t X gf - V X , 1667191 2 it , wi Ak X6 X 's I 5 .lt . 'v' X' ,L-. X, '?"'YY if 5.3-J,-. 'yu V ' . . -,,, '5 Q . X vi er , IX A t' 1 'A ... N U T-, N . r l awe. - U -1 , M . 1:0 nw I W Q3 bi rg ff.. ,QL f ,jf 2 v ' X " V -1-Ag? .. ' it . A "i ' J W . A ik '73 W R' it V ,,. 'af' ,eg 'ffi?. 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Row Two Sonja Ramsey, Nena Rasnick, Charles Rayburn, Roger Rehfeldt, Julie Reimann, Row Three. Richard Reynolds, Janice Rhyne, Terry Rickey, Diane Riille, Cheryl Riney. Row Four Hollis Robinson, David Robirds, Eddie Robison, Sandra Robison, Roy Rogers. Row Five Mike Ross, Marilyn Rubel, Paul Sammons, Kay Sandifer, Don Schrope. Row Six Charles Seabolt, Gilbert Sewell, Mike Sexton, Ralph Sexton, Glenda Sharp. Row Seven Margaret Sharpton, Robert Shee- han, Danny Sizemore, Beverly Smith, Carro-ll Smith. Row Eight Gary Smith, Jimmy Smith, Maldon Smith, Marion Smith, Paul Smith. 0F '69 Row One Ozzie Smith, Stewart Smith, Emily Songer, Herbert Spain, Mary Anne Spinks. Row Two Shirley Spradling, Larry Spraker, Steve Starkey, Earl Staubs, Jack Steenbergen. 'Row Three James Stepp, Susan Stiles, James Stinson, Judy Stone, Ralph Sulli- van. Row Four Sue Swihart, Bonnie Talbert. Stella Taylor, Muzette Thaxton, Beatrice Thomas. Row Five Otis Thompson, Richard A. Thompson, Richard Thompson, Tommy Thompson, Danny Tillis. How Six Steven Toepfer, Paul Vann, Jua- nita Walker, Robert Walker, Mary Wa1'd. Row Seven Priscilla Warner, Harold Watson, Diane Watts, Pat Weaver, Bill Wells. Row Eight J erry West, Pat West, Janice Whaley, Don Wheeler, Norma White. ' x l 1' fi 1125 -K i r ales, 'TT .. Je: W!! 4 4, 5 U. 4 R . Q- 'N' ,V fxcgf 1 Hifi' 9 '- J, l V W 3x . 0' M5 .- f,,- .ii . ., ' e- '5 A ' W: 'f 1 JJ as sl Q5 2 " P' f'ZT' V Y iw 5 an 9' 55,5 np . -..-v-, f I 2 if., ""' ,r Ll . . J-Q u uw 'lx -'?,, ,,,b'n- i :, Qi . " V V " ,..I '1 I 1 i 'img .If T 'vu " ' .lar ki! , ,A Xu, r. A nw as T we as A 1 as it nn- , ' .ue" ' , "gi J f-5' --e T as P 1123? :za A er , , " J ff' -J iff! S 1 J -fi" , fll ' J L1 ,t .:..f 1,1 we I . x t l ,XJ f 3 -.9 , ug ' re- ,Y 1 v V X A M , Y M X-ff' 4, - .v , 7, 1 , rf I ll, ? 5: still! IAQ ,, 5 A 1 , ,O C Q , nib .-,, .. 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Robert Ackerman Mike Benson Richard Caldwell Kenneth Campbell Merritt Chaplin Jerry Cline Kenneth Cousey Lloyd Davis Dwight DeNegley Walter Fisher Daryl Gilley Bill Greene Ronald Harrison Don Holley V45 tttre 55 it E l 'N l H J Q -.1 I T fi' -J W l:- 'life W ww ' -ive w F vi-ur' leff' J' ' ' 57' ' 1 ' , - , K ' if y r, 7: 1. a V l' 'E P Q l ,J . f-f:--- 3 - NOT PICTURED Howard Jenkins David Johnson David Jones Dennis Knowlton Elsie' Kohser' Vernon Lowery Janis McCannon Robert McDonald John McW'horter Lawrence Marksberry Carolyn Michael Melba Michael Harold Mullins Edwin Nelson 17.2. Mary Ann Norman Philip Pennington Larry Pickel Robert Slaton Danny Smith Harold Stepp Wayne Suits James Sullivan Jimmy Taylor David Thompson Diane Underwood James Wandling George Ward Lee Weisner La.rry Yohe CLASS 0F '69 Row One Diana Whitley, Sue Whitt, Don Wiley, Brenda Williams, Donnie Williams. Row Two' Rebecca Williams, Sandra Wil- liams, David Williamson, Arno Wilson, Jack Womacks. Row Three Larry Woodward, David Wooten, Janet Wooten, Gerald York. ff 3 R9 A L 1 -S, , f -"' f - x ,'.l Q J 1 X M ' Lf' ' '. A' wi BQOK III EYECCANQM 'Wx E?1'f:-4 ? 5 '! I s 'I 1 1 I v- -QV- R 4:58 L.. ACTI ITIES SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS K X .OOO I 5 Q nl I ," W . It 1 LJ , ,, Q ' I I Q 5 .f -3 5 ' Y P- ,I EDITORS . X S 'A Vwlfy : V -.L-A , X- E H N I 'guy -xi I5 SPORTS Beverly Moore Tf - --- I " f , -'la , I - A-, ,- E' Mark Grealhouse It ORGANIZATIONS Joyce Stepp tx - H-:hgh , 4:5 f,.. , ,... PUBTS f ', ,fre , mm of iims zsi . ' w ' wkg1fwZm ,i H N' ww ,ww f W? w M ,, mssv,ms,, ,, N ,,A. Q Magi, uw w X Nu M! X , 5 HL 3' N"w'u ' w Wg ,. 5 I . 44" ALPHA SOCIETY CHAIRMEN: Lester Byington and Marla Moo-re, I Qelf' Men's Basketball Team: Back Row: J. Harris, B. Snodgrass, W. Sheperd, B. Brumiield. Front Row: D. Schrope, M. Sex- ton fcaptainj, L. Byington, G. Whitten. , O AP" fi . .V ' 1:5 ' ' 1 .J les " v" '-.., ' an is V A a Y I - . if ' - 1 . ' 4' , . ' 1 a X x 5 7 ' J '. N 1 ' A - N X -S 1:1 FOOTBALL TEAM-Richard Barnes, Linebackerg Lester Byington, Line- backerg Danny Carter, Linebackerg Troy Childers, Backvg Bill Brumfield, Linebackerg Leon Davis, Halfbackg Beanie Hickok, Linebackerg Darrell Kroeze, Linebackerg Bob McDonald, Linebackerg Troy Miley, Halfbackg Don Schrope, Linebackerg W. C. Shep- herd, Halfbackg Bob Snodgrass, Half- backg Richard Thompson, Halfback, Captaing Paul Vann, Linebacker. 11.8 Women's Basketball Team: Row: B. Moore fcaptaini, J. gott, L. Russell, B. O'Neal Moore. Front Row: B. K. Ashworth, M. Blume, Wooten. men' Basketball Team: K. wkin J. Fullenwider fCap- f S Ta lor, D. Leviner, E. Q J, . Y uci, C. Glenn. BETA SOCIETY CHAIRMEN: Paul Johnson and Eugenia Cloud. Men's Basketball Team: Back Row: C. Nicholas, K. Walker, A. Baysinger fCaptainl, D. Webb. Front Row: T. Rickey, N. Livingston, J. Steenbergen, F. Wise. 1 FOOTBALL TEAM-Gene Couey, Linebacker, David Deese, Halfbackg Don Dunlap, Linebackerg Don Hast- ings, Halfbackg Chuck Haynes, Line- backer, Bob Killen, Linebackerg Nolan Livingston, Linebackerg Sonny Mor- gan, Halfbackg Dwight Pennington, Linebacker, Terry Rickey, Halback, Co-Captain, Jack Steenbergen, Line- backer, .lim Tabers, Linebacker: Carl Taylor, Halfbackg Robert Thompson, Linebacker, Co-Captain, Don Webb, Linebacker. 129 DELTA -5 W SOCIETY CHAIRMEN: Phillip Thrasher and Sandy Wil- liams. Men's Basketball Team: Back Row: P. Thrasher, J. Cline, J. Wanding, P. Belcher. Front Row: K. Channell, J . Hender f f 5- I . '5' L- shot, B, Baggott, M. Greathouse, Captain. W0men'5 Ba5kefba11Team: A, 'fs fliffl rison, L. Hardy, L. Beane, K. F LJ FOOTBALL TEAM: Bob Ackerman, Linebackerg Barney Baggott, Half- backg Paul Belcher, Back, Gary Black, Halfbackg Ray Byrd, Back, Al Carey, Guardg Wayne Dollar, Halfback. Cap- tain, Bill Greene, Halfbackg Jim Hend- ershot, Endg Roger Horne, Lineman, Eddie Humphrey, Guard, Sheldon Lanham, Linemang Ted Lovelace, End, Robert Shehan, Linemang Gary Smith, End, Marion Smith, Linemang David Perry, Guardg James Stepp, Guard, Phillip Thrasher, End. 130 S. Gibbs, S. Williams, Captain Smith. T GAMMA SOCIETY CHAIRMEN: Larry Knight and Joy Gordon. 5 -'ez L: ,l 5 , 3 t, ' iiiill N Q, 3' as-E 1+ wg . JB- N3 .A5 :T Men's Basketball Team: Back Row: G. Tillis, K. Carney, B. Duncan, J, Forman. Front Row: L. Knight, D. Wiley, .l. s Basketball Team Stand Knight, CaPtaln- L Songer M Moore Cap ,Q - Seated A Chambers M 'lll A Moye B Sloan .l 1.- XJ FOOTBALL TEAM-Bob Duncan, Linebacker, Captain, Charles Hamil- ton, Linebacker, Carlton Hunter, Line- mang Larry Knight, Linebacker 5 Jim Knight, Lineman, Co-Captain, Danny Litton, Halfbackg Ron Porter, Line- mang Harold Peeples, Linemang Gil- bert Sewell, Halfbackg Ralph Sexton, Linemang Phil Pennington, Linemang Stewart Smith, Linemang Ozzie Smith, Halfbackg Danny Tillis, Halfbackg Don Wiley, Lineman. 131 i 4? 1 - .T ,, 'U . Q I. ,gvjmuv ,sf 3 ' 'E ' ' ' I . A , '25 . .. u : "m'x,+n-. mmm H m ,Q ,GW if 1-F r' , ww, Rai? E. F, YV N Hu fx TH ,N . . M H- X N M 1 , ,gig mv" w9"w"'H"u'u 1 V fi? 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Qs "" ' ' VH ' vis 75: EQ, FO0TBALL - 1965 OFFICIAL STANDINGS: lst-Gamma 2nd-Delta-Alpha tie 3rd--Beta X:-Q4 , Ff .1 ,Ls 12? ? 2 - J, if-6. -9 Q1 fs' . " X 134 5 X A X V - 'J ,ff I ry, WOMEN'S BASKETBALL OFFICIAL sTAND1NGs1 lst-Alpha 2nd-Delta 3rd-Beta 4-th -Gamma X5?66' N A V M ' vu Y MEN'S BASKETBALL OFFICIAL STANDINGS: lst-Gamma 2nd-Delta 3rd-Beta 4th-Alpha :Alix tex 45. 1 '35 N.-. 5 v 1 , Q - wi -.5 X A W 4 ' ' 1 A H . W H Q ' x 3' Z X X W. 'fu -Q X 3 ' f - 1 K H-,.gQisrf lr-,L ise-I xv! Ll. 51- it J' , '- zf'kfyf"'f , w .M A , , L f , ', Q-A 3, "nga Rf ' 2' ' 'W . m3i , + ' f ' j?5'?if33E5 v EQ!-vii, glgfm.. ,Q 137 '5'Iu 'iin ,-gi X , ZW I Q -ALT, . Q:' f u f -fi!! 3 'EH , x .i... v w i 1 v 1 H .isvfsfsr f mf? 1 i 1 fi 5 , .45 fu mf, XR c 1. , 'Lf fgf4 X , N45 SUFTBALL - 1965 Qi' I , . V - A gg me , . H I1 X V' 7 , Tj M- V .k-, A 42,29 TE -, A ,. I :yt :Wy . . L Wbfiwl , 11 A' -c - . ir . fi , f 1 A . , P V V A Ls! fm, Q ' 3 1 ' 1 fs , Y ki A 5- '- sf-53:7 HQQY fix 1' K r 1 ' 4-'Q tl '15 B N ,- -" r v -V ' 'ff A ,.. ' X A ' BT is 1- -Jr ,F I, ""f1 BARNEY BAcc0'1'r GARY BLACK BILL BRUMFIELD LESTER BYINGTON Delta HB Delta FB Alpha C Alpha E S611-i0l' Freshman Sophomore Seniggr BACK OF THE YEAR FOOTBALL ALL-STA S JIM KNIGHT BOB DUNCAN Gamma E Gamma G LINEMAN OF THE YEAR SPORTSMAN OEF YEAR gil. 5. gi 4.-,,1 I. 1, aw I 5' Sophomore H35 ' . 'gi 1 "' I Ni .Ty OZZIE SMITH BOB SNODGRASS Gamma QB Alpha HB Freshman Sophomore Im '- "?"9f2 ' Q f l fe : '5 i."1'+',, S A 5g4' , Uv V' ,, l??51K-- ,j 145 ' si' 1 . 'L 15:3 ' w - 1 ,w f ' .1 'B ,a Q 1' "2-i"f A N f . :QQ . 4 V, 5 ' HAROLD PEEPLES' Gamma G Freshxnnn A Y' A. -at 5 Q, -xl DANNY TILLIS Gamma HB Freshman Am mx X 0-P5 if-"Y f Y ,as an. fd' 5.4 J "Thx P1 0-nm' 4 I , RAY BYRD Delta LB Senior RICHARD THOMPSON Alpha LB Freshman fwvv- W 'fb' '- ' 1- ' 1 5 3212 - A , .J ..-. Am. ,A.M Lw,A. , , . ,, 'Nfg"fw's 'ln Q F,z.,,5'3ii3?iEa,iE3?ii ' ' "Y ' -N fsimmsmsgm 1' A 5' W - .-... 1 :-: V ,.,-3, N ,""'n 'T W 1 . 'lit' ,M - , rw, q , 417' MIKE SEXTON JOHN STARK MARK GREATHOUSE JIM KNIGHT Alpha Delta Delta Cazmmn RECIPIENT 0'F SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD I I I jj ser' 1 - -Q-ff? H W DON WILEY Gamrna MOST VALUABLE PLAYER MARY BLUME Alplha f Q m K an ASKETBALL ALL-STABS BEVERLY MOORE Alpha MOSVI' VALUABLE PLAYER RECIPIENT OIF SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD ,QQ , 'P MARVELLA MOORE Gamma ANNETTE HARRISON Delta EUCENIA CLOUD Beta .f 0 5 X f, Q3 SANDY WILLIAMS Alpha 'L 1 , -V t -132,511 ii 7.555 f f hrs-:a':-if:'.f,5 Q ll 5.1 2 T1 I . , My r Y .rl A- 1 A Rh T.A.A. UFFICEBS Ni+-+-MMR i M H i .95 1 ia 'as WK , , JN I 5-' THE T.A.A. COUNCIL NUT XX F, W Q 1 'X I' Q MRELMER HEABERL1N,sp0ns0r V f ' ---f . -x., I X ar S 14.2. sf 'N x f X M f r ? I 1 u ,Z 1 v UIIGAN IZATIUN S .ls ,J 1 -HF 43 7 em., N, Ju" ' 4 um., , 1 +-SAX! x N ww, 'P K., i TL. fy . , H . ,, , , ,Q ' - an 4, A s j :-- ,',f-: ' ' .ll .- V l ,IA . J .,,: ' "'E ' BEVERLY M00-RE and i MARK GREATHOUSE, , Sports Editors l BILLIE JEAN CLINE, Assis- tant Editor CONNIE GLENN, Senior Edi- DARDA The 1966 DARDA . . . taking pictures . . . staff meetings . . . collecting ads . . . trips to the p1'inter's . , . choosing a cover . . . watching the layout develop . . . selecting- pictures . . . writing copy . . . typing , . . making deadlines . . . waiting for the arrival of the book .... These were some of the steps in the development of this yearbook. The goal of the staff was to present a unique book which would capture and preserve the movements of Tre- vecca. The DARDA is a picture book, a campus directory, a book of memories. To the members of the staff it was a way of life for a year. ,IAN FORMAN and PAUL JOHNSON, Feature Editors. 11 . f' I x I xy X X, E L"""1,4 -E - ftmss -.3 'e5'f-- in y r v Q ?-' 'Q ALICE JAMES, RUTH DOWNING, and BRENDA HARTSFIELD, Class Editors. IE It I, lf II SHARON CALLIHAN, Literary Editor, JOYCE STEPP, Organi- zations Editor. JANET LEGO, Typist. Not Pictured: CAROL LITTLE, Typist. ann ELLEN PHILLIPS Busmess Manager. 'qg 313, I ESTHER COSTA, Assistant Business Manager. MR. LARRY FINGER, Sponsor. 145 TBEV-ECIIUES Trev-Echoes continued to progress toward collegiate ap- pearance and content. Dick Bailey worked toward two goals in his second year as editor. The first goal was that of establishing the newspaper as a true measure of student opinion and not just a refiection goal involved more freedom of spirit of more academic freedom paper concentrated primarily on and on contributions by students from outside sources. of the faculty. The second the press in view of the on the campus. The news- campus-centered problems rather than using material BARBARA McCLAIN, Advisor. ANNETTA OSENTON, Business Manager. fl Vi ,l G F' K Q. -N . I A ,. Y s- f ,V b,:..i,lf":s'Q . 'E ,g xx. 'A '. 1. ' ,ls . f 1 I DIANE LEVINER Twist MARLA Moons Copy Edirol' KEITH VENNUM Canoonist MACON DEW Sportswriter x ,., Avi 1 . ,x Y N DICK BAILEY, Editor uf V ,q.?l'?3w 42 -fb fqgffi, 1 if BS in-num t Xu -A xox W V GARY STREIT, Activity Editor LARRY KNIGHT, Sports Editor STEVE OLIVER, Editorial Editor RUTH MCDOWELL, Feature Editor HERB MCMILLIAN, News Editor --..f.i Q NANCY CARTER, Associate Editor . SHARON HALL, Managing Editor 3 4 it ii 'wif' if 'F f . - egg '- , . g ,- ' " ",", Y p - g ,, ,Wx J H., , 3 X , 1' i - f ' n JR1'l:g,'if+2'i" il 4 fi. . '1 R rgipkxi . L I X f ' ' DW--5, ' 'X X - . ta-e in iik i . ig we .Q ' mt X I 4. - . 3 1 was , Ml- .. W :V 4. V , 1 5' A ' , s- '- ,-.ir . A A wi r' ..M . ,.-5 fi , . , ,ji . dy, f .f ff i--" K. '. in 4 ir 1, . r f js sw ig i ,. ,t gi f f . 'lii". 'i-in if 5: s' . -iv Ai . ' I.. il. ij V ' -r llg' 5 1 -- . 1 . L it-w H f,-'fu .t I l iss' ll I ,- sg ' 'AL. Q-'Q L . ',.., F iezixixx 5? x as ' . R ft i i 2 .K .4 '11 gr .- - . "Wa ' K .' gf fi' if l :3:1f'Eg ' - 11 'sggitfrz I Liir One of the highlights of this year was the opportunity presented for Christian service in the Christian Workers Association. Promoting Christianity wherever and whenever occasions existed, the C. W. A. enabled many students to gain practical experience and knowledge in Christian service. Two hundred students were members during the year and more than seventy-tive participated each week in the various services. The fifty services held each month were distributed among the hospitals, rest homes, jails, youth institutions, prisons, and streets of Nashille, Workers participated in the various services by singing, teaching, praying, witness- ing, preaching, distributing tracts and engaging in personal work. 148 i 4 r . v I 0 Vdc2i HPcDQQQ3UUCrmm 110 .. ,cal Q , W 1 .,, ,EJ 5 W1 A ax-iw , 'M , 7 ,. "7 .. qi' in .xii-fx' I an 'i 45.2" - E! I 7 . X ' ,.- . 1 W WJ Q 1 .sq I oak' A CAPPELLA Cllfllll Wearing their new blue blazers, the A Cappella Choir departed on January 9th for the Nazarene Evangelism Con- ference in Kansas City, Missouri. The choir, directed by Professor Ramon Unruh, was the featured musical group at the conference and was the guest of the Kansas City Churches of the Nazarene. On March 5th the choir headed south for a tour of the Carolinas, Florida, and Georgia. Mr. William Anderson, Assistant to the President in Public Relations, and Mrs. Amanda Jarrett accompanied the group as speaker for the college and chaperon, respectively. Graduation week services, chapel appearances, the Spring Concert, concerts in local churches-all of these are ways that the A Cappella Choir serves the college and Christ. is 4-.L. .A C ,T 1? ,,.J' 5' .-11 V 1, I I' df. "" ,, z J uf? 151 TBEBLE 'l'0N ES ClIOIll With a new sound and a new enthusiasm, the Treble Tones again took their ministry through song to various parts of the Southeastern Educational Zone. Under the direction off Professor Barbara McClain, the choir sang songs of praise in the churches of the Nashville area and toured West Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama. Dr. and Mrs. Great- house again traveled with the group on spring tour and Dr. Greathouse represented the college in the services. A week-end invasion of Kentucky was a highlight of the year for the Treble Tones. The choir sang a variety of songs and unusual arrange- ments. Miss McClain was personally responsible for many of their arrangements. Carl Taylor and Greg Rickey traveled with the group and served as 'soloist and equipment super- visor, respectively. The Treble Tones ended the year with appearances at the Spring Concert and graduation exercises. Q l V' in p- .- wr ,. . ' get . ...-,, rt. - ., -. L. i . -F - - A ,, 17 ' ' ' , 0 r.. ...vi U i 4 tv ,Z- -1- 'f' '. A ,, ' -3 .fi ,- . I JI., I... . .1. 1 A ? 5 4 ."""5 520 - gh 21:5 'Hsxffv---'M 1 PROFESSOR JAMES VAN HOOK, Director 154 mx L-Ss-4 N r Y T g'.i . 5, . u ' 4 ' l ' A ,N . f 42,--r-X ' X ' Af"- if . . ., X , . -LH' ' . '- . ,rw ' , gi.. . hi . x , s Xu ,,,,N ., ' . K i' ' . A 1 . x- , 'f fi V ' " -' ,- 'k 14 J I gb I ,Y.. S, x J Y., ' 5 ' I ' r- 1 , i , V2 ' H .ar e n l N, ,-+G" Lplswii in J i .. iz f Z li T Y I656 MEN 'S GLEE CLUB Traveling in new navy blue parkas, this singing group headed northward. With Professor James Van Hook as director, the Men's Glee Club sang in Kentucky, West Vir- ginia, Virginia, and Georgia on their spring tour. Two new additions to the choir were Ann. Berck and Carla Brundige, who served as soloists and accompanist. Mr. Dave Erickson, Field Secretary of the college, represented the school on this tour. K X X I THE BRASS ENSEMBLE U 1 1 AW I M 1 lgfl " 156 Y 1 I 1 l 'Z x x 'Y . CPN' 175' 443 TRAVELING GIIUUPS THE GOSPEL TEAM: Bob Sutton, Larry Sher- man, Tom Addams, Cbcil Cbok. THE TREV - A - DORES: Jim Knear, John Powell Dave Liles, and Herb Mc- Millian fin frontj . ff I-5 YY -cJ-?- 3 s-..! ELLEN WEBB President JOYCE STEPP Vice-President SANDRA WILLIAMS Secretary DOUG ROGIERS Treasurer PAT DANLEY Reporter DR. HOMER ADAMS Sponsor Stimulating interest in historical and po- litical matters was the chief objective of this group. By sponsoring debates on Vietnam headed by Dr. Adams and Dr. Bassett, and by a political poll concerning United States foreign policy in Vietnam, they attempted to understand the past in terms of the present. In order to enrich the students' view of our cultural heritage, the society sponsored trips to distant his- torical locations, such as Shiloh and Look- out Mountain, and local excursions to Fort Nashborough, famous historical homes, and the Belle Meade Mansion. They also served as sponsors of receptions honoring the incoming and outgoing student gov- ernment. CLIO SIICIETY Ii. MATH CLUB THOM MCADORY President PAUL BELCHER Vice-President DORIS IRWIN Secretary KEN WILLIAMS Treasurer MR. CLIFTON TAYLOR Sponsor Computational interests were deepened in this organization by the exploration of opportunities in this field. One way this was done was by visiting a publishing house with a guide who explained the operation of the computers. Films pertain- ing to math and math-related vocations were presented hy the club. L08 CONQUISTADOBES RON PELTON President PAUL JOHNSON Vice-President JIM T ABERS Secretary MARSHALL SINGLETARY Treasurer DR. LEON CHAMBERS S-ponsor The membership of this group consisted of prospective ministers who worked in co- operation with the Department of Religion. They sponsored a series of lectures on the various' issues that confront a minister. The highlight of their year was going to the General Headquarters of the Church of the Nazarene and attending the Confer- ence on Evangelism, both in Kansas City. Kp , .. . ' Qr,f,. .. I , J.. ...ra . c.. . 1 "T ' 'MW C :Up .fy 0 X t x ,f 'Q 1 if 1 4 I is ,-I .'3,',', lL L ici' xl' JOHN HALL President DIANNE PETERS Vice-President ANN CARTER Secretary JANICE BLUE Treasurer PAUL VANN Reporter MR. JERRY COSTA Sponsor Promoting interest in the Spanish lan- guage and customs was the goal of this group. All of their activities, such as giving the pinata party, holding prayer meetings, and singing Christmas carols, were con- ducted in Spanish. Believing that there is a ministry waiting for those who master. this language, they centered their activities on achieving this mastery. MINISTEBIAL ASSUCIATIUN 159 SCIENCE CLUB KEN WALKER President RALPH CURTIS Vice-President DORIS IRWIN Secretary KEN WILLIAMS Treasurer GARY SMITH Repgl-ter MR. JOHN DIX Sponsor This club contributed to the school by providing a display of Indian stone box graves and Indian relics, and by such ac- tivities as providing nuts for the campus squirrels. Biological science interests were stimulated by a trip to "Wildflower Pil- grimagd' in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. KAPPA SIGMA PIII w k.,, 4, i, in 1 315 iii 41 2 . BECKY SLOAN President MARY FRANCES BUCKNER Vice-President STELLA TAYLOR Secretary KAREN HAWKINS Treasurer JEANETTE FORMAN Reporter MRS. LOIS EADES Sponsor The focal point of this club was literary and cultural interest. The publication of a literary magazine and art contests which included painting, scultpure, and creative writing were highlights of the year. Enrich- ment of literary interests was achieved by a reading group composed of club m.em- bers and other students who read a perti- nent book once a month' and -.then held a seminar to discuss this book. -M . ' A MUSIC CLUB JIM HENDERSHOT President CARL TAYLOR Vice-President KAREN HAWKINS Treasurer STELLA TAYLOR Secretary MR. LARRY FINGER Sponsor Students who plan to enter the field of music or who have an interest in music comprised this society. The members en- deavored to develop among the students a greater comprehension of the beauty of music and to increase students' musical ability. A My Cf BILL SHERIDAN President JANE ROBERTS Vice-President ELIZABETH SAVAGE Secretary ELLEN PHILLIPS Treasurer LINDA BENSON Reporter Membership in this club consisted of prospective missionaries and all others in- terested in foreign missions. Throughout the year missions were promoted by en- gaging aotive missionaries to speak about their own experiences. Culminating all of the activities was the annual spring mis- sionary convention, which used the theme "In the Power of the Spirit." TBEVE-CCA MISSIIINABY FELLOWSllIP SPEECH CLUB KAREN SALSER President PAUL JOHNSON Vice-President MARLA MOORE Secretary WAYNE DOWN ING Treasurer SHARON HALL Reporter MR. HARRY RUSSELL Sponsor In serving as a cultural and forensic out- let for the Speech Department, the Speech Club sponsored the annual spring play. This year they presented "The Rainmakerf' a romantic comedy. Films of great plays were also presented. .aqn 4 , 3, Psi Y cific ff--4 .." -5 1 l ,, S .-- Q, vo -I as., 1 g,.. ,I -S-. :. 54.5. QX, E - ,sr iw, 3 ir N. . 'P' 3 R sq.. , J D STEVE OLIVER President CARL EBY Vice-President PATTY VREELAND Secretary BETTY LACY Treasurer ELLEN WEBB Reporter MR. WILLIAM STRICKLAND Sponsor Students planning to be active particif pants in the church's educational activities composed this group. They contributed to the spiritual aspect of Trevecca by sponsor- ing a communion service in the Upper Room. They also kept up with the current trends of the church by sponsoring three seminars dealing with these areas: the role of music ,in worship, teaching in the Sunl day School, and altar counseling, The climax of the year was the Sunrise Service at Easter. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CLUB it sh F. Sf KA MISSIt0NAllY PRAYER BAND I ,,- sm: 'hi EE This group focused their attention on missions by setting aside Friday for fast- ing and prayer for o-ur Nazarene mission- aries and those who labor on foreign fields in the name of Christ. 163 if A Ill ll .5 if EPILOGUE The 1966 DARDA staff would like to pause and ac- knowledge the following people for their assistance in producing the yearbook: Mr. John T. Benson, IIIQ Norris Collins Photographers, Bradford Furniture Co., Mitchell Tuxedo Rental, Beverly Smith, school photographer, and Mr. William Anderson and the Public Relations Department of the school. To the 1966 DARDA staff I am indeed grateful. Their willingness to work, their support, and the long hours they devoted to the 1966 DARDA made this yearbook possible. In the words of Bruyere, "6EveryLhing has been said." The day that we have waited for is here. The book that was ours for a year now belongs to you. And to you, the students of Trevecca, we extend our warmest thanks. After all, you are really the ones who made the 1966 DARDA possible-the DARDA is about you. JANICE MILBY Editor 1966 DARDA 164 FACULTY DIRECTORY NAME ADAMS, Homer J. ..... . ALLEN, Drell .......... ANDERSON, William . . . BASSETT, Paul ........ BRITTAIN, Doyle ...... CHAMBERS, Leon ...... CHAMBERS, Mildred . . . CHILDERS, Charles .... CHILTON, John F. ..... . COSTA, Jerry . . . COX, Edward . . . DIX, John ........ . . DODSON, Sylvia .. .. DUCKETT, 'C. T. ....... . DUNNING, H. Ray ...... EADES, Lois Blanchard . . ERICKSON, David ...... FINGER, Larry ......... CREATHOUSE, Wm. M. HATFIELD, Dan ..... HEABERLIN, Elmer .. .1 ABLECKI, Larry ..... JONES, T. E. .... . KNIGHT, John A. .... . MACKEY, A. B. ... .. MACKEY, Lyla T. . . . . MCCLAIN, Barbara . MOORE, Ernest . . . MOORE, John ......... NEWELL, Don L. ...... . PEN NINC-TON , C. Lewis PERSON, Amy ......... PHILLIPS, Adron . . . . . . PHILLIPS, Koy W. ..... . REDFORD, Alta L. ..... . REDFORD, Maury E. . . . . REID, Thomas ......... RUSSELL, Harry ....... SLONECKER, William . . . STRICKLAND, William . . TAYLOR, Clifton M. .... . UNRUH, Ramon ........ VAN HOOK, James .... WILLIAMS, Trafton .... -... ADDRESS 319 Wimpole Drive, Nashville, Tenn. . . 210 Perlen Drive, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . 2829 Barclay Drive, Nashville, Tenn. . . Apt. H-5, Hickory Hills Apts., Stewarts Ferry Pk., Nashville, Tenn. . 1010 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . 364-A Vlfimpole Drive, Nashville, Tenn. 364-A Wimpole Drive, Nashville, Tenn. 938 Caldwell Lane, Nashville, Tenn. . . . 2926 Dunmore Drive, Nashville, Tenn. . 506 Chesterfield, Nashville, Tenn. .... . 6815 Fleetwood Dr., Nashville, Tenn. . . 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ANDREWS, Kenneth ANGE, 'Charles ..... ARENDER, Lynda ....... QSIEJIWORTH, Mary A GOTT, Barney ............ ......... 5 35 Po lar ' BAGGOTT, Joyce .... p ' W'm'sb"m' S' C' BAGWELL, Beny .. BAILEY, RicHa'rd . . . BAILEY, Jean Ann BAKER, James ..... BARNES, Donald ..... BARNES, Richard .. BARTLEY, Eddy BATES, Fred ....... BAYS, David ..... BAYS, Pzvtty ........ BAYSINGER, Al BAYSINGER, Linda BEALL, John ....... BEANE, Lynn ..... BEANE, Paulette BELCHER, Paul .... BENSON, David .... BENSON, Linda .. BENSON, Mike ..... BENSON, N. Grace . STUDENT DIRECTORY ADDRESS PAGE . . . . . . . . . . , . .Rd. 1 Guys Hills, Pennsylvania 115 .901 26th St. S.W., Birmingham, Ala. 115 K . 125 N. E. 6th Avenue, For! Lauderdale, Fla. 139 . ..........,...... Gallagher, West Virginia 86 .. . . . . . . . . . . . .402 17th Sl., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 115 .103 Nottinghkrm Road, Warner Robins, Ga. 109 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115 Mills Ave., Eustis, Fla. 115 1400 Indian River Road, Virginia Beach, Va. 101 Murial Dr., Clinton, Miss. 86 115 . ..,...... 2858 4th Ave., Huntington, W.Va. 86 . .5645 Meadowbrook Dr., Fort Wayne, Ind. 86 . . . . . . . .3943 Tillman Road, Charlotte, N.C. 101 . ....... 604 Louise Avenue, Charlotte, N, C. 86 . . . .1804 John Ross, Chattanooga, Tenn. 109 . . . . . . . . . . . .Lewisburg, West Virginia 101 ....Rt. 7, Box 91, Crossville, Tenn. 109 N. Beaver, Lisbe, Ohio 109 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 Ellis Drive, Rossville, Ga. 115 .5429 Prince Ann Road, Virginia Beach, Va. 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 22nd St., Bristol, Tenn. 101 . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Maple Lawn, Bristol, Tenn. 101 . . . . . . . . . .110 Neosho St., Emporia, Kansas 109 ...........................Dixie, West Va. 109 .. . .2200 N.W. 4-th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 115 . . . .1304 Lightner Avenue, Dunbar, West Va. 115 . . .1304 Lightner Avenue, Dunbar, West Va. 101 .470 Cinnamon Drive, Satellite Beach, Fla. 115 . . . . . . . . . . .P.O. Box 16, Clarksville, Ark. 101 .. . . . . . . . . . .P.O. Box 16, Clarksville, Ark. 109 . . . . 194-9 Hanchey Rd., Birmingham, Ala. 000 ................Box 156, Princeton, Fla. 272, Jonesboro, Ga. BERCK, Ann ............ BERGEN, Barbara . ....24f11 55th Avenue, W., Bradenton, Fla. BESS, Timothy ........ 6201 Greenwood Roul, Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. BEST, Winston .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .St, George B'dos, West Indies 109 86 115 BESS, Joy ........... 6201 Greenwood Road, Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. 115 115 77 115 BEWLEY, Teresa: ..................,............ Rt, 3, Glasgow, Ky. BIGCJS, Donny .... ......,.............. L ewisburg, Tenn. 115 BILBRA, Susan ..... .... 1 502 S. Smith, Chattanooga, Tenn. 115 BIRDWELL, Betty ........................ Gruetli, Tenn. 87 BLACK, Della .......... .... 1 8 Northwood Dr., Wilmington, N.C. 115 BLACK, Garry ........... .................. R t. 5, Brewton, Ala. 115 BLACKWELDER, Vivian .... .... R L 1, Sutton Rd., Fort Mill, S.C. 115 BLOOM, Byron ........... ........ B ox 688, Indianapolis 31, Ind. 115 BLUE, Janice .......... .... R t. 4, Box 415, Kannapolis, N.C. 101 BLUME, Mary ........ ..................... W inslow, Indiana 87 BOHLER, Ann ......... ............ 2 132 Beech Ave., Macon, Ga. 101 BOOHER, Mary Ann ........................ Jdmestnwn, Tenn. 115 BOSLEY, Linda ....... ..... 8 69 Chestnut Sl., Parkersburg, W. Va. 115 BOSTIC, Geneva .... ........... 9 16 Mulberry, Loudon, Tenn. 000 BOSTICK, Frank ......... ................... W urtland, Kentucky 115 BOYD, Doyle .............. .... 3 004 Lebanon Rd., Nashville, Tenn. 000 BREWER, Sandy CTabersJ ................. Nashville, Tennessee 115 BRIDGES, Marsha .......... .......... R t. 1, Box 348-A, Ocala, Fla. 115 BRITTAIN, Jerry ......... .... 2 22 Westfield Street, Bossier City, La. 115 BRITTON, Judy ...... .......... 7 366 Georgia, Detroit, Mich. 000 BRITTON, Steve ........ .............. R t. 1, Hemingwhvy, S, C. 109 BROACH, Cleveland .... .................. T . N. C. Trailer Park 000 BROOKS, Judy ....... ..... 9 12 Broedmuor Dr., Nashville, Tcnn. 87 BROWN, Charles ................. ....Camden, Tennessee 115 BROWN, Doris .... .................. ....... A I bany, Kenucky 101 BROWN, Janet ..... ..... 3 800 Central Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 115 BROWN, Marsha ..... .... , .......... A Ium Bank, Pennsylvania 115 BROWN, Sheryll ........ .......... 3 19 Whaley St., Columbia, S.C. 115 BRUMFIELD, William ........ 2865 Winchester Avenue,'fAshlEnd, Ky. 115 BRUNDICE, Carla ,...... ....... 1 025 Preston Dr., Nashville, Tenn. 101 BUCKNER, Mary Frances .. ....,.... Rt. 1, Box 412, Leesburg, Fla. 109 BUGHMAN, Joyce ....... ..... 4 112 N. Summit, Barherton, Ohio 109 BULLOCK, Charlotte ............... Rl. 3, Laurel, Mississippi 115 BURCH, Chet ...... ............. 5 38 Follett Run, Warren, Pa. 101 BUSH, Bobby ...... ..... 2 213 Kingsland Avenue, Orlando, Fla. 109 BUSH, Jerry ...... ................. R l. 3, Nashville, Georgia 115 BUSH, Theresa ................... Bridgeton, Missouri 101 BUSTLE, Louie ..... ............... R t. 1, Vershfilles, Ind. 115 BYINC-TON, Lester . .. .... 1123 W. Cedar SL., Bristol, Tenn. 87 B-YRD, Ray ......... ......... 6 52 Roselle, Memphis, Tenn. 87 CABLE, Pat ........ ...... 2 308 Sheridan Rd., Nashville, Tenn. 101 CALDWELL, Bobby .. ......................... Parrish, Alabama 115 CALDWELL, Richard .,...... 5800 Indian Hill Road, Orlando, Florida CALLIHAN, Sharon ............. 709 Polsgrove, Frankfort, Ky. 10? CAMPBELL, Judy .. , ............ Rt. 3, Jamestown, Kentucky 115 CAMPBELL, Kenneth ................ Rt. 2, Antioch, Tennessee CAREY, Al ........... ...... 8 12 Perrigin Lane, Mk-rnchesler, Tenn. 102 CAREY, Loren ....... ..... 8 12 Perrigin Lane, Manchester, Tenn. 115 CARNEY, Kenneth ..... 3220 Avendale Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 115 CARROLL, Janie .... .................. . .Wildwood, Georgia 102 CARTER, Ann .... ..... ..... R t . 1, Box 512, Byron, Georgia 115 CARTER, Danny ....................... 'Lake City, Florida 116 CARTER, David .... ..... 1 18 Newell Avenue, Old Hickory, Tenn. 116 CARTER, Glinda .... ............. 1 870 Broad Ave., Easpoint, Ga. 116 CARTER, Nancy ........ 3430 Morgan, Ashland, Kentucky 102 CARTERQ Robert ....... Rl. 5, Columbus, Mississippi 109 I NAME CASTO, Mary .... CAWLEY, Pat ....... CHAMBERS, Ann .... CHANNELL, Kenneth .... CHAPLIN, Merritt . . . CHASON, Robert .... CHILDERS, Troy .. CLARK, Robert .... CLARK, Susan ....... CLEMENS, Nancy .... CLINE, Billie Jean .. CLINE, Cleta ..... CLINE, Jerry CLOUD, Eugenia COLE, Norma .. COI EY, Becky ... CONNER, Jim .... COOK, Cecil .... COOK, Gene .. COOK, Linda .... . COOK. Tummy COOPER, Patricia . COSTA, Esther COSTA, Roger ..... COUEY, Kenneth .. . COX, Kuhrman . . . COX, Norman ....... CRAWFORD, Esther .. CREW, Paul ....... CROCKETT, Bill CROMWELL, Joyce .. CRUIKSHANK, Sharon CULLEN, Sam ..... CURTIS, Ralph ..... DAMON. Richard . . . DANIEL, Joel .... DANIELS, Karen DANLEY, Pat . .. DAVIS, Donna DAVIS, Jerri .... DAVIS, Lloyd , . . DEAN, Karen . . . DEAN, Ronald .... DFIASON, Linda . . .. DECKER, Phillip DE-ESE, Dhvid ........ DcNEGLY, Dwight .... DEW, Macon ....... DICKEY, John ..... DICKEY, Loretta . . . DICKEY, Shirley DIEHL, David .... DIXON, Everett DODSON, Leon . . . DOLAN, Jean ..... DOLLAR, Wayne . . . DONALUSON, Sharon DORN, Wdllace ..... DOTSON, Martha . . . DOWNING, Ruth . . . DOWNINC, Wayne . . . DOYLE, Linda ....... DRAUGHON, Carol .. DUNAWAY, Gmc .... DUNCAN, Bob ....... DUNCAN, Hzxrville DUNLAP, Becky .... DUNLAP, Don .... DUNLAP, Larry .... DUNNINC, Bextye .. EBY, Carl .......... EBY, Martha ......... EDMUNDS, Jndell . . . EDMONDS, Zane ..... EDWARDS, Elizabeth . ELKINS, Charlene .... ELKINS, Jim ...... ET LER, Edward .... ELLIOTT, Bonita . . . EMBREY, David ENDERS, Bonnie . EVANS, Betty .... EVERETTS, Patricia FARISH, John ..... FERRIS, JUDY .... FIELDS, Alfred .... FINDNLEY, Sharon . FISHER, Carol FISHER, Jim ....... FISHER, Walter ...... FLRNNERY, Kelly FLATT. Harold .... FI OWERS. Linda' .... FLUHARTY, Carson ADDRESS PAGE E. 7th St., Bell, W. Va. .. . . . . .9070 Rhett Ave., Charleston, S.C. 116 I, Galena, Ohio 116 116 109 ...19l0 W. Belmont, Pensacola, Florida ........205 W. 2nd, Indianaola, Iowa . . . . . . . . . .Rt. 2, Bainbridge, Georgia .......41 Godby St., Logan, W. Vw. N. C. Trailer Court , .......... Rt. 2, Scottsboro, Alabama . ................ Cayce, South Carolina 102 109 109 .....Rt. 2, Box 371, Charleston, W. Va, 116 102 102 . . . . . . . . . .437 Midland Ave., Belle, W. Va. 87 H418 Beauty Ave., Bowling Green, Ky. . . . . . .4106 Central Ave., Tampa, Florida 88 . . . . . . .2280 Overland Ave., Warren, Ohio 102 116 205 New York Ave., Gadsden, Alabama 2, Bethel, Ohio 116 109 . .204 Due West, Kennesaw, Georgia . . .... . ...Box 64, Newport, Kentucky . . . . .201 Due West, Kennesaw, Georgia 88 .....81'I Henderson Ave., Rossville, Ga. 109 . . ..... 95 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 88 116 H506 Chesterfield, Nashville, Tennessee . . , .506 Chesterfield, Nashville, Tennessee . ..... 2747 Pasco Lane, Atlanta, Georgia .,................Rockwood, Tennessee 88 ..................Rockwood, Tennessee 88 1930 Stanton Rd., Apt. 1, Ehstpoint, Gu. 109 88 89 . . . . . . . . . .84 Lester, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . .81 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee .....................BurrviIle, Tennessee . . . . . 14965 Nnrvicw Ave., Norfolk, Virginia . . . . .636 Waco Drive, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . RFD No. 2, Council Bluffs, Indiana 116 .....114 East Royal St., Leesburg, Va. 116 89 116 ......................Jasper, Alabama .Olivet Nazarene College, Kankakee, Ill. .....22520 S.W. 134 Ave., Goulds, Fla. 116 .....2112 Allandale Cir. W., Jacksonville, Fla. 116 109 109 ,. .. .2827 West 25 St., Birmingham, Alu. 116 ,.....,R!. 1, Box 310, Princeton, W. Va. 7925 Wainwright Dr., Jacksonville, Fla. 109 ...2809 Eastland Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ...l5l2 Norvell Ave., Nashville, Tenn, 109 S. 5th Ave., Canton, Ill, ....8773 8th Ave., Jacksonville, Florida 116 ..... ..........Wrens,Geurgia . . . . .328 Holt Sl., Burlington, N. C. 116 . . . . . . .1025 29th Sl., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 109 . . . . . . . . .1025 29th St., Tuscaloosa, Ala. 116 . . . . . . . . . .1025 29th St., Tusclaoosa, Ala. 109 . . . . .Rd. No. 1, Zeliennple, Pennsylvania 89 ........................Ir0nton, Ohio 116 . . . . .Rt. 1, Box 137, Sanford, Florida 116 . . . .3309 Alabama Ave., Holt, Alabama 109 . . , . .107 Alexander Rd., Nashville, Tenn. . . . .500 Fesslers Lane, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . .83 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee 116 . . . . . . . .Rt. S, Bnx 84-A, Tiflon, Georgia 109 . . . . . . . . .107 Harris St., Fort Mill, S. C. 102 .. . .408 W. Central Ave., Fitzgerald, Ga. 102 . . ........ 1229 Werner Ave., Owensboro, Ky. 116 ......................Durham, North Carolina 110 . .1404 Benjam Ave,, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . .2608 Fairfax Rd., Indianapolis, Ind. 110 . . . .723 Powers Ave., Nashville, Tennessee . .................. Rt. 1, Cairo, Georgia .. . . . . . . .510 Grove St., Muscle Shoals, Ala. 116 . .5224 Lancaster Ave., Charleston, W. Va. 116 . . . . .504 E. Union, Clarksville, Tennessee . . . .70 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 89 . . . . .70 Lester Avenue, Nivsllville, Tennessee 102 .......................Dullon, Alabama 116 ......................Dutt0n, Alabama 110 . . . . .2300 N.W. 88 St., Miami, Florida 110 ...............,..Olivc Hill, Kentucky 110 . . . . . . . .74 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. .. . . .3201 Knubdale Rd., Nashville, Tenn. .... . . . . .Box 146, Southshore, Kentucky 110 .....................Catlelt, Virginia 110 ....2620 Louisiana, St. Louis, Mo. 116 .. . . . . , . . . . .Rt. 1, Cochran, Georgia 116 . . . . . . .122 N. Bach Sl., Hillsborn, Ohio 116 . . . . . . .9 Sycamore Ave., Somerdalev, N. J. . . .704 Woodward St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 80 .. ..Apt. 563, University Cl., Nashville, Tenn. 110 .............,..........Beling!on, W. Va. 116 . . . . . . .3717 Williamsburg, Huntsville, Ala, 116 . . . . .8421 S.W. 184 St., Miami, Florida 116 . . . . . .8421 S.W. 184 Tcrr., Miami, Florida . . . . . .404 Tuckahoe Dr., Madison, Tennessee . . .511 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 116 .. . . . . . . . . . . . .George St., Chester, W. Va. 116 .....,.......Weirton, W. Va. 116 NAME FORMAN, .Ian ......... FORMAN, Jeanette ...... FORRESTER, Charlotte FOX, Linda .............. FOX, Ray .......,.... FRAUSTRO, Bonifacio FREY, Kay ............ FROST, Carol ........ FULENWIDER, Joyce . FULKS, Kenneth ..... FULLER, Vernon .... GALFORD, Brenda GALFORD, Janice GALLOWAY, Jack GARDNER, Ann ..... GASSETT, Gladys .... GAUTHORP, Wayland GIBBS, Sheila ........ GILLEY, Daryl ...... GINN. Melvin ..... GIVANS, Shirley . . . . GLENN, Constance GLISSON, Barbara GOODMAN, Ron .. STUDENT DIRECTORY ADDRESS' PAGE 333, Langley, S. C. .....Box 333, Langley, S. C. 1, Arab, Alabama 22, Victoria, Virginia .....601 Joyce Lane, Nashville, Tennessee . ......,.... 1804 Cortez, Lavredo, Texas . . . . . . . . . .Rt. 3, Elizabeth, W. Va. .....Box 158, Nashville, Michigan 1, Logan, Alabama ...............2091 Lee, Akron, Ohio . . . . .511 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ..........Marlington, West Virginia 89 110 110 116 110 90 102 110 90 . . . . .79 Glenrose, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . .Glasgow, West Virginia 3, Ft. Valley, Georgia .......75 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 90 110 ..........Marlington, West Virginia 116 102 116 90 . . . .802 E. Riverview Dr., Belle, W. Va. 117 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rt. 2, Kensington, Georgia . . . .56 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee ....64f09 Sylvania Rd., Louisville, Ky. 110 90 . .Garrison Apts. No. 425, Nashville, Tenn. ...1007 Montgomery, Mobile, Alabama 117 ..................Sewanee, Tennessee 90 GORDON, Joyce ........... 1900 Garibaldi, North Carolina 102 GORDON, Joy .... 4834 Coiier Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky 110 GRAY, Donna ........ ..... 9 15 Palatka Rd., Louisville, Kentucky 117 GRAY, Janice ................................ Rt. 1, Tifton, Georgia 117 GREATHOUSE, Mark ...333 Murfreesboro Rd., Nashville, Tenn. 110 GREENE, Bill ..................... Rt. 2, Box 25, Ashland, Kentucky ' GRESHAM, Jerry .8609 Sandhurst Dr., Knoxville, Tennessee 117 GRUBBS, Rosemary .... ........ . ....,....... R t. 3, Madison, Indiana 91 GUMM, Joyce ...,... .... I 240 So. Main St., Harrisonburg, Va. 110 HAGE, David ...... .... 8 17 Elm Hill Rd., Nashville, Tennessee HAIL, David ............ .2545 Ave. G. Co., Bl., Iowa 117 HALE, Buddy ..... 513 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee 117 HALL, Dana ....... .......... 2 513 Shammoor, Norwood, Ohio 117 HALL, Herbert ............... Box 226, Trevecca College 117 HALL, John ..... ............ 2 480 N.W. 35th St.. Miavmi, Florida 102 HALL, Larry ..... . 214 N. Whitney St., St. Augustine, Florida, 110 HALL, Ronnie .. . .... 214 N. Whitney St., St. Augustine, Florida 110 HALL, Sharon ..... ...... 4 04 Douglas Avenue, Newport, Tenn. 103 HAIJSEY, Jean ...... ............ N ew Richmond, West Virginia 117 HAMBRICK, Bobby .... ............ R t. 2, Joelton, Tennessee 110 HAMILTON, Charles . ....... Rt. 1, Box 52, Pavo, Georgia 117 HANCOCK, Brenda .. .... 1418 6th Ave., Bessemer, Alabama 117 HARDEN, Jim ..... ..... R d. 1, Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania 117 HARDIN, Linda .... 453 Susy Lane. Indianapolis, Indiana 110 HARDY, Linda ...... ....... 2 007 Gill Rd., Mobile, Alabama 117 HARKINS, Trudy ............. Box 77, Chicopee, Georgia 117 HARLEY, Mary ..... .............,........ B rocton, New York HARPER, Delbert ..... 1626 Long Ave., Nashville, Tennessee HARRIS, Jim ........ ....... 1 4- Fox Chase, Rossville, Georgia 103 HARRISON, Annette . . . ...,. Rt. 1, Box 246, Chesapeake, Virginia 117 HARRISON, Billie .... ...... 7 2 Hart Street, Nashville, Tenn. 117 HARRISON, Ronald ................. 6214 Vine, Artis, Ohio HARTLEY, Toni ..... .......... 1 082 Parkway, Memphis, Tenn. 117 HARTSFIELD, Brenda H6355 Sedgefield Dr., Virginia Beach, Va. 117 HASTINGS, Don ...... .... 90 2 East Riverview, Belle, West Virginia 117 I-IATFIELD, Dale ............................ Trailer Park 91 HAWKINS, Karen ..... ................. B4 ax 72, Jonesboro, Georgia 117 HAYNES, Chuck .......... 4019 E. Johnson Circle, Chattanooga, Tenn. 117 HECKATHORN, James ............ Rd. 3, Bridgeton, New Jersey 117 I-IENDERSHOT, Jim .. .... 5008 Virginia Ave., Charleston, W. Vai. 103 HICKOK, Ronald ..... ....... 4 126 Dorset Ct.L Richmond, Virginia HICKS, Paula .... ..10I8 Stafford St., Clarksville, Tennessee 117 HILL, Carolyn . ....,.....,... Box 366, Newberry, Florida 117 HILL, Sara ........ ...... 1 923 13th St., Old Hickory, Tenn. 91 HINES, Lonnita ..... ....... R t. 4, Lenoir City, Tennessee 117 HINCKLEY, Carole .. . .... Rt. 3, Ashland City, Tennessee 110 HOBBS, Angela .... ..... R t. 5, Box 758, Savannah, Georgia 110 HOFFMAN, James ...... 33 W. 65th St., Cincinnati, Ohio 117 HOFFMAN, John ....... 72 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 117 HOLLEY, Donald .................. 2306 5th St., Huntsville, Alabama HOLLOWAY, B. ..5030 Old Annapolisro, Marley Pk., Glenburnie, Md. 117 HOLT, Jerry .............. 1206 McChcsncy Ave., Nashville, Tennessee HOOD, Dwayne ....................................... Trailer Court 110 HORN, Mary Ann . ....................... Monterey, Tennessee 91 HORNE, Roger .... ........ 3 05 Davidson Ave., Rand, W. Va. 117 HORTON, Henry .,.. ..... 5 I3 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee HOSKINS, Ted ...... ...... 4 910 Atwood Dr., Nashville, Tenn. 103 HOUSTON, Wes ....... ........................ H uxley, Iowa HOWARD, Michael .... ................. K irksey, Kentucky 117 HUDSON, Darrell .... ....... 6 6 Hart St., Nashville, Tennessee 103 HUDSON, Dovie ......... 66 Hart St., Nashville, Tennessee 91 HUDSON, Jim ..... 2415A Vale Lane, Nashville, Tennessee 117 I-IUFF, Ann ...... ...... 7 0 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee HUFF, Hurry ...... ...... 7 0 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee HUGGINS, Larry ......... 93 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee 91 HUGGINS, Linda .... .......... 9 3 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee 92 HUMPHREY, Eddie . ..... 1915 Lynnwood Dr., Columbia, Tennessee 117 HUNTER, Carlton . . ...... ...... l 809 Poole St., Valdosta, Georgia 117 HYDE, Merrol ..... ..... 4 509 Nebraska Ave., Nashville, Tennessee 110 INGALLS, Charles . .. ,.......... ...... R t. 1, Morrison, Tennessee 117 I NAME INMAN, .lean .... IRWIN, Doris JACOBS, Patti JAMIE, Alice ..... JAMISO'N, Harris .... JAMISON, Sylvia .... JARRETT, Faye ..... JENKINS, Howard ..,. J EWELL, Charles .... J EWELL, Walter ...... ADDRESS PA GE 226 Robin Hill Rd., Nashville, Tennessee .1885 Kings Highway, Clearwater, Florida ....4019 Stonewall Ave., Fairfax, Virginia ' Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . .Rt. 3, Thomaston, Georgia . . . . . . . .Rt. 3. Thomaston, Georgia 77, Chicopee, .....2001 Porter Rd., Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . .Rt. 2, Concord, Tennessee ... . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rutherford, Tennessee .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hopkinsvillc, Kentucky JOHNSON, Carolyn ...,...............,... Arlington, Virginia JOHNSON, David ... JOHNSON, Paul JOHNSON, Bill .... JONES, JONES Danny 1 .... David ..... JONES Grate .,..... JONES, Mary Kate .... JONES, Priscilla ..... JONES Ray ...... KELLEY, Wayne .. KELLISON, Clara . KEMPFER, Roger .. KENNEDY, Jean .. KENT, Carolyn ..... KENT, Charles ........ KERSH NER, Mariella ..... KESTER, Jim ......... KESTER, Kathleen .... KILLEN, Robert ...... KIMBLER, Wanda .... KING, Donald ....... KING, Z. D. ..... . . .. KINZLER Ron .,... KLINSTIVER, Ruth fff KNEAR, James ..... KNIGHT, .lim ....... KNIGHT, Larry ...... KNOWLTON, Dennis, KNOX, Wanda ........ KOHSER, Elsie . . . . . KROEZE, Darrell KUBO, Shosia ..... KUHN, Pat ..... LACEY, Betty LAMB, Paul ...... LANGLEY, Dena .... I ANHAM, Sheldon . . . LATHAM, Becky .... LATHAM, Betty .... LEGG, Janet ........ LESLIE, Ken ......... ....Forest Park Apts., Madison, Tennessee .............1305 Alma St., Lakeland, Fla. ......93 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee ..1374 Willow Drive, Louisville, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . .1108 Mass., Pueblo, Colorado ............1712 Bresee Rd., Where ,Fla. .....1904 Edgehill Rd., Columbus, S. C. . . . . . .Rt. 1, Elon College, North Carolina ...P.O. Box 223, Elizabethtown, Kentucky . . . . . . . . .Rt. 8, Box 546, Roanoke, Virginia . . . . . . . . . .Rt. 1, Box 7, Hillsboro, W. Va. .....323l Panorama Dr., Bordeaux, Tenn. Clymer St., Reading, Pa. .....609 Maplewood, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . . . .2470 S.W. 19 St., Miami, Florida ...1513 B. Dublin Dr., Charleston, W. Va. . . . . . :.77 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . .77 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee .Rt. 5, Box 510, Charleston, W. Va. .....93 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee ..........Route 1, Indian Trail, N. C. .. . . . . . . . . . . .Route 1, Indian Trail, N. C. . .2425 Eastland Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ........Box 154, Albertsville, Alabama .......1910 Greenup, Covington, Ky. . ..,.......... . . .Niles, Michigan ................Niles, Michigan ......6802 College, Flint, Michigan .....1519 Couiieil Bluff, Atlanta, Ga. ................Staunton, Virginia . . .... Rt. 3, Tecumseh, Nebraska . . . ........... Kochi City, Japan Donnan Wash., Pa. . . . . . . .Milwaukee, Wisconsin . . . . .Rt. 4, Box IISA, Griiiire, Georgia . . . . . . . . . .955 Mose St., Akron, Ohio . . . . .3317 Cowie Ave., Erlanger, Ky. . . . . . . .3110 Rockridge Rd., Stone Mt., Ga. 53, Portage, Indiana 1196 S. Jefferson Dr., Huntington, W. Va. ...................Route 2, Calera, Alabama LEVERETT, Ralph .... ............... 5 38 21st St., Dunbar, W. Va. LEVINER, Diane .... LEVITT, Peggy LII ES, David LINN, Kathy LITTLE, Carol .... LITTON, Danny ..... LIVINGSTON, Nolan .. LOGGINS, Grace .... LONG, Martha .... LORY, Elaine ..... LOVE, Sue ......... LOVELACE, Ted .... LOWERY. Vernon . LOZIER, Wayne . LYNCH. Lillian McADORY, Faye McADO'RY. Thomas . . . . . . . . . . .540 Berrt Drive, Hampton, Virginia 328 Olmstead Dr., Indian River City, Fla. E. 3rd, Covington, Ky. .. . . . . .2109 Gamble Ave., Jasper, Alabama ......425 Highway, Ludlow, Kentucky . . . . . . .50 Summit Ave., Maryland .. . . . . . .1242 Nectar Dr., St. Louis, Mo. .....1443 Pines Hills Rd., Orlando, Fla. ufffffffifffitlidickiziiofi 'ciiyfiilbiitiit ......................Kenbridge, Virginia 1, Lebanon, Tennessee .....725 Graymont Ave. W., Birmingham, Ala. ......................South Ports, Kentucky 2, Marion, Virginia' .......4412 Seybold, Orlando, Florida Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. McCANNON, Janis .... .......... 1 21 Kirkwood Circle, Where Ga. McCLA1N, Sue ...... ..... 1316 No. Broadway, Seymour, Indiana Mvc1.ANAHaN, Shirley McCLELLAND. Sue ....... McCLURE, Sylvia ....... MCCORMICK, Jamie .... McCR EARY, Jerry .... McDONALD, Robert Mr-DOWELL, Ruth .... McGU1RE, James . ....... 4659 Riverdale Rd., College Park, Ga. . . . . .1007 Kenmore Dr., Bratndon, Florida ....................Grover Hill, Ohio .....2209 Blfd Ave., Bluefield, W. Va. . . . . . ..661 N. W. 194 Ter., Miami, Fla. ....5410 Noyes Ave., Charleston, W. Va. .... Franklin, Tennessee .... ..... ....Cocoa, Florida McKELLEN. Roger .... ...... 6 0 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee MCMILLIAN, Herb .... McKINLEY Margaret McW'HORTER, John . . . MAHAN, Carol . ...... . MAHAN, James ......... MARKSBERRY, Lawence .. MAR'RS, Brenda .......... MARSH, Judith ....... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Box 342, Scottsville, Kentucky MARSHALL, Clara Jane . . . . .7 E. 30th Street, Covington, Kentucky ........................Pataiskala, Ohio ....Rt. 1, Box 110, E. Titusville, Florida .. .. .81 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . .81 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee .....66 Paris Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee Hermon, Kentucky ...201 Seabull Dr., Satellite Bch., Florida- MASON, Carol .............. 3911 Lake Haven, Chattanooga, Tennessee MASON, Larry ........ MASON, Sharon MATTINGLY, Janice . . . . . . .6521 W. 12th Ave., Hialeah, Florida . ....... 6521 W. 12th Ave., Hialeah, Florida .....412 Ridgecrest, High Point, N. Carolina NAME MAXWELL, John .. MAY, Ruth Ellen MAZE, Barbara ..... MEEKER, Ralph MEIGHAN, Mary ...... MERRYMAN Paul .... MICHAEL, chmtyn Ruth. II ...... STUDENT DIRECTORY .. ...... 50 Widrig, Newport, Kentucky ......2524 Penna. Ave., Weirton, W. Va. . ...Route 2, Box 264-A, Charleston, W. Va. ........2704 Glenn St., Betterdorf, Iowa ... . .131 W. 41st Street, Hialeah, Florida' .......................Connersville, Ohio 804 Appleby Street, Huntsville, Ala. MICHAEL, Melba Ann . MILAM, Calvin ..... MILBY, .lanice ........ MILEY, Troy . . . MILLER, Carol .. . MILLER, James MILLER, Katrina . MILLER. Richard MINNIX, Danny .... MINNIX, David ..... MOORE, Beverly .... MOORE, Jimmy MOORE, Marla MOORE, Martha .... MOORE, Marvella .. MOORE, Ray ..... MORGAN Henry . MORGAN, .lim ...... MORGAN, John .. MORGAN, Thomas .. H804 Appleby Street, Huntsville, Alabama ...1030 Stewart Avenue S.E., Roanoke, Va. ....................Greensburg, Kentucky ......408 E. 6th St., Belle, West Virginia .....88 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tennessee . ....Route 3, Box 242, Bishopville, S. C. . . . . . . , . . . . . Box 454, Cowan, Tennessee ....88 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tennessee . . . . .1009 Valley Ave., Roanoke, Virginia .....,1009 Valley Ave., Roanoke, Virginia ....709 W. "C" Street, Kannapolis, N. C. . .807 E. Cook St., Winchester, Virginia . . . . .709 W. "C" Street, Kannapolis, N. C. . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Glover St., Eystis, Florida . . . . . . . . . . .P'.0. Box 1072, Eustis, Florida . . . . . . .133 Mills Dr., Louisville, Kentucky .Route 5. Box 101A, Columbus, Mississippi . . . . . . .Box 305, Flat Rock, North Carolina Glen Addi, Alabama . . . . . . . 1010 St. Clair, East Liverpool, Ohio . . . . .4204 Dover Rd., Louisville, Kentucky . . .602 W. 33rd Street, Covington, Kentucky ....4-533 Coquina Ridge, Eau Callie, Florida . . . . . .4204 Dover Rd., Louisville, Kentucky .................South Shore, Kentucky . . . . . . . .245 Blandiny St., Where, S. C. .... . . . . .Eustis Ave., Huntsville Alabama PARLIN, anger ..... .... s HERIDAN' William ' ' " MORRIS, Charlene .. MORRIS, Roherta ..... MORRIS, Stephen .... MORRIS, Wanda MORTON, Connie .. MOTLEY, Walter . . . MOTT, Fredna ...... MOYE, Ann ......... . MULLINS, Harold .... MURPHY, Max .... MURRILL, Charlene .. MUSSER, Janine .... NASH, Larry ...... NELSON, Edwin .... NELSON, Lawrence . NEWTON, Kathryn .. NEWTON, Patsy ..... , .... NICHOLAS, Claude NICKENS, Barbara .. NIXON, David ........ NORFLEET, Marvin .... NORMAN, Mary Ann NORRIS, Mike ....... NORRIS, Mary .... NORTH, Rosalyn .. NULL, James NUNN, Barbara NUTTER, Fred ..... OLIVER, Charlotte ................. OLIVER, Steven .... .... 0'NEAI... Brenda OSBORN, Byron .... OSBORNE, Robert .... OSBORN, Sarah .... USENTON, Annetta OVERTON, Sandra . . OWSLEY, Martha OWSLEY, Larry ...... PALMER. Mary Ann . . . H1300 Underwood St., Dalton, Georgia . ........ Route 6, Fayetteville, Tennessee . . . .2037 Hutton Dr., Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . .Box 215, Cabin Creek, W. Va. ...................Smith Creek, Kentucky .1021 South Craycroft, Madison, Tennessee . . . . .75 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . .Route 1, Box 8, Berry, Alabama' .. . . . . .511 E. Trinity Ave., Durham, N. C. 4003 Sherlin Dr., Chattanooga, Tennessee . . .325 Lawndale Dr., Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . . Rt. 4, Box 331, Hartselle, Alabama .. . . .8940 N.W. 9th Ave., Miami, Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-C, Summit, Tennessee ......146 E. Vu. ......86 Hart St., 36 Hart St., ...252 Blackman Rd., Ave., Sebring, Ohio Nashville, Tennessee Nashville, Tennessee Nashville, Tennessee ..........................Waterloo, Ohio fi. .1309 summit Ave., Pleasure Ridge, Ky. Rt. 2, Box 269, Charleston, West Virginia 1341 Rose Av e., Rounoka, Virginia .2200 Creenhriar Dr., Springfield, Illinois ....114 Johnson St., Hart, South Carolina 641 N.E. 14-1 St., North Miami, Florida . . . . .77 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee . . ..Ruute 1, Box 368, Sheffield, Alabama . . . . .3237 Hackworth, Ashland, Kentucky . . . . .1317 Greenfield, Nashville, Tennessee Ohio ....Rt. 1, Warm Springs, Columbia, Ohio 2868 S. Irwin, Indianapolis, Indiana' 119 93 119 93 104 111 104 104 93 111 104 93 111 104 93 119 111 119 119 111 111 104 119 119 104 94 119 119 119 111 111 119 104 111 119 111 94 119 94 119 111 119 104- 104 119 111 111 119 94 119 119 94 119 111 119 ms 104 PARRISH, ' Carol .... .... .....1907 West End Ave., Nashville, Tennessee .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1208 Acre Trail, Madison, Tenn. 105 PARRISH, David . . . PARRISH, Eddie PARRISH, Judy .... 111 . . . . . . . . .Route No. 1, Sherwood, Michigan 119 Route 4, Box 12, Rockhill, South Carolina 119 1907 West End Ave. Nashville Tennessee PARSONS, Linda ..11Ttib's'p'rangwe11 Rd., Bclmtwntllistates, cdtumbsft, s.C. 119 PATTERSON, Eddie ........... 1015 Crowder Ct., Nashville, Tennessee 95 PEEPLES. Harold ........... 231 Libtrt Lam. Madison Tennessee 119 .. r y '. . PELTON, Ron ......... ..... 1 7163 Halrman, Melvindale, Michigan 95 PENNINGTON, Philip .... PENNINCTON. William .. PENTICUFF, Marion . . . . . . 1007 Massmaw, Nashville, Tennessee .. . .Route 2, Box 234, Charleston, W. Va. 119 .. ........ Route 1, Jamestown, Tennessee 119 PERNELL, Janice ..... .... . ..79 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tennessee PERRY, Barbara .. PERRY, David .... PERRY, Walter . . . PETERS, Dianne PETRY, Gail PHELPS, Janette .. PHILLIPS. Ellen .. PICKEL, Larry ..... PICKENS Carol PICKETT, Eiimttak f PILCH ER, Samuel .... PITTMAN, Patricia PORTER, atm .... POWELL, Gary POWELL, John . . . . . . . . . .Route 2, Box 34, Cattletsburg, Ky. 119 ..,.16 Rose Ave., Highland Springs, Virginia 119 ...... . . .1307 Venus Dr., Wa-dley, Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 2, Roanoke, Virginia 95 . . . . . . . . . . . . Sharon, West- Virginia 95 ...................Benton, Kentucky 119 . . . .73 Nance Lane, Nashville, Kentucky 112 . . . . . . 106 Gaimes St., Dalton, Georgia . . .............. Point Pleasant, West Virginia' 95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .443 Main, Winchester, Indiana 119 . . . . . . . . . .119 Bonita Ave., Gallatin, Tennessee 119 . . . . .3669 Spring Fork Dr., Charleston, W. Va. 119 130, Hubbard, Ohio 119 ....Saturn Apartments, Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Granitevil1e, South Carolina I NAME POWELL, Sally .... POWERS, Palrivia .. POST, David . ....... . PRESNELL, Sandy PROCTOR, Laura' .. PRUITTE, Linda PRYE, Carolyn . . . PUGH, Dale ........ QUARLES, Peggy .... QUICK, Carolyn ..... QUICK, Gerald ..... QUICK, Linda . ....... RAGLAND, Jimmy RAISCH, William RAGSDALE, Roy RAMSEY Sonja .. RASNTCK, Barbara .. RASNICK. Nena ..... RAYBURN, Charles .... REED, Bill ........... REED, Richard ..... REHFELDT, Roger REIMANN, Julie ..... REYNOLDS, Richard ADDR E SS PA GE . . . . .Saturn Apartments, Nashville, Tennessee .. . . . .5918 E. Ashland Dr., Nashville, Tenn. , .... 2406 24th Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va. ..... . . . . . . .2756 Allen, St. Louis, Missouri . . . . .1424 Norvel Ave., Nashville, Tennessee . . . . . .1488 Newton Ave., Atlanta, Georgia ........................Hi1lshoro, Ohio . . . . . .4333 Leathlzerycool, Tennessee . . . . .200 E, Long St., Dalton, Georgia . . . . . . .Bennettsville, South Carolina .. . . .Bennettsville, South Carolina . . . . . Bennettsville, South Carolina: . . . . . . . . .6518 Shedry Rd., Virginia . . . . .6370 Day Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio . . . . . . . . . Murfreesboro, Tennessee . . . . Route 2, Brookville, Indiana . . . . . . . . . . .Cumherland, Kentucky .. . . . . . . . . . . .Cumherland, Kentucky .. ..... 334 E. 9th St., Belle, W. Va. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 2, Jasonville, Indiana . . .Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. . . . .4930 Franklin Hd., Indianapolis, Ind. . . . . . . . .18 La Grange, Titusville, Florida ..........................Camden, New Jersey RHYNIE, Janice . ............ 106 E. Thompson Lane, Nashville, Tenn. RICHARDSON, Earnestine ...... 78 Nance Lime, Nashville, Tennessee RICKEY, Greg ........... .......... 5 103 Logan St., Suitland, Md. RICKEY Terry RIES, Larry ........ . ................. 5103 Logan St., Suitland, Md. . . . . . . . . ."Genesco" Park, Nashville, Tennessee RIFFLE, Dianna ...................... Box 1, Glasgow, West Virginia RINEY, Cheryl ... ROBERTS, Jane ........ ROBINSON. Hollis . ROBIRDS, David ROBISON, Eddie ROBISON, Sandra .. ROGERS, Roy .... ROGIER, Doug . . . ROOD, Marilyn .. ROSS, Gordon .. ROSS, Judy . . . ROSS. Mike .... ROSS, Rusty ..... RUBE1.. Marilyn .. RUSSELL. Ladeane SAISER, Karen .... SAMMONS, Paul SANDIFER, Kay SANKEY, Jim ...... SAVAGE, Elizabeth . . . SAY, Robert ....... SAYLOR, Coleman SCHROPE, Don ..... SEABOLT, Charles .. SEWELL, Gilbert SEXTON, Mike ..... SEXTON, Ralph .... SHARP. Glenda .... SHARPTON, Barbara SHARPTON, Harold .... SHARPTON, Margaret .... SHAW, Ilatrleen ........ 1313 S.W. 23rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 1603 Kanawha' Turnpike, Belle, West Virginia .. . . . . . . . . .2712 Hartford Dr., Nashville, Tenn. ......................SOU11'l Ports, Kentucky . . . . . .5317 Antoinnek St.,'Sarasoto, Florida ....5727 8th St., Ct. E., Bradenton, Florida . . . . . . . Route 1, Box 255, Colera, Alabama . . . . .5206 Raven Drive, Cltarleston, West Va. . . . . . .630 30th St., Huntington, West Va. . . . . .509 Averitt Rd., Greenwood, Indiana .. . .204 Lydia St., Monroe, North Carolina . . . . . . .509 Averitt Rd.. Greenwood, Ind. ...................Quick, West Virginia .. . . . . . .819 Canovia Ave., Orlando, Florida' Florida .. . .3906 9th Ave., Parkshurg, West Virginia . ......................, Ashland, Kentucky . . . . . .RL 2. Box 539-H, Sanford, Florida . . . . . . . .1932 Shawa Dr., New Castle, Pa. . .................. R. R. 5, Charlton, Iowa . . . . .Trevecca Trailer Court, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . . . .420 Williamson, Fort Mill, S. C. Hart St., Nashville, Tenn. .. . .Route 1. Box 373. Belle, West Virginia .. .. . . . . . . . . . . .Hires St., Valdosta, Ga, .. .. .2809 So, 29 St.. Ashland, Kentucky . . . . . . . . 154 Brevard Rd . Asheville, N. C. . ....5603 Woodridge St., S. W., Alabama ...Route 1, Logan, Alabama . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 1, Logan, Alabama . . . . . . . . . .Route 1, Logan, Alabama . . . . . . . . . . .86 Hart St., Nashville, Tennessee SHAW. James ........ ............ 8 6 Hart St., Nashville, Tennessee SH EEHA N. Robert 126 McGavock Pike, Nashville, Tennessee SHEPHERD, Wiley fffufff ......... 501 Gillis st., Brewton, Alabama SHERIDAN Etna .. SHERMAN., can .... I" SHERMAN, Larry . . . . SHERMAN, Susan .. SHOLTER. Ken SIBERT. .Iennie .. SIMMONS, Don ........ SIMMONS Car . . . . . . . . . . Box 241, Gordonsville, Tennessee ....... ...Box 241, Gordonsville, Tennessee . . . . .3117 McGavock Pike, Nashville, Tenn. . . . .7337 46th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, Fla. . . . . . . . .201 Jameson Ave., Parsons, W. Va. 18820 S.W. 311th St., Homestead, Fla. .........22-1 So. 9th, Richmond, Indiana ..... . . . . . . .Box 272, Newport, Alabama . . . . . . . .516 Central St., Elkins, W. Va. SINGLETARY, .............. Rt. 3, Donalsonville, Georgia SINN, Sue ................ ...7103 Wedgewood, jacksonville, Florida SIZEMORE, Phillip .. . ..... 3124 Westmoreland Ave., Charlotte, N.C. SIZEMORE, Rom'a'na SKALSKY, Jerry SLATON. Robert SLAPPY, Elaine .. SLOAN, Becky SMITH, Beverly .... SMITH, Caroll SMITH, Charlene . SMITH, Danny SMITH, Doyle .... SMITH, D. Marie .. SMITH, Gary .... SMITH, Lamar ..... SMITH .limmie SMITH: in1.i.m .... SMITH, Margie .... SMITH, Marion . ....6910 Taylor Mill Rd.. Independence, Ky. ' Virginia ......................D1sputanta, . . . . . . .2901 G. Lyn St.. Orlanda, Florida . . . . . . . . . .2130 Walden Rd., Macon, Georgia Springs, Florida ....865 South Park Lane, Charleston, W. Va. . . . . . . . . .2023 N.W. 12th Rd., Gainesville . .........Oak Ridge, Tennessee .... .3004 Tuggle Ave., Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . , .209 Comer Dr., Dublin, Georgia . . . . . . .Main St., Goodlettsville, Tennessee . . . . .79 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee ........ . . . . . . .Box 474, Inez, Kentucky . . . . .5453 W. Pages Lane, Louisville, Ky. . . . .3500 Norwich St., Brunswick, Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Woodlawn, Tennessee 105 119 105 119 95 119 120 120 120 96 105 120 120 112 120 105 120 120 105 96 120 120 120 120 96 112 120 105 120 120 112 120 120 120 120 120 105 112 112 120 112 120 112 96 120 120 112 105 105 112 120 120 120 120 120 120 96 96 120 07 97 120 112 112 105 105 112 112 112 112 112 11" 120 106 106 112 112 120 120 Fla. 97 120 97 120 120 97 120 NAME SMITH, Norma ...,... SMITH, P. Carroll .... SMITH, Paul ...... SMITH, Osborn .... SMITH. Sheila . . . SMITH, Stewart ...... . ...256 Greenbrier Rd., Wierton, W. Va'. SMITH. Gene ............... SMITHSON, Mary Ann ...... SNODGRASS, BOBBY SONGER, Emily ....... SPAIN ,Herbert ...... SPARKS, Betty .... SPARKS, Jonathan SPEER, Christina ..... SPINKS, Mary Anne SPRADLING, Shirley SPRAKER. Larry .... SPRUILL, Frances . STAGGS, Carol ...... STALCU P, Carole .......... STAMM, Charlotte ........ STARK, John ........ STARKEY, Stephen .,.. 2302 Hardesty Dr., Louisville, Kentucky. STUDENT DIRECTORY ADDRESS P ............Route NO. 6, Brookhaven, Miss. . .1415 Lebanon Rd., Nashville, Tennessee .....2903 27th St., Parkersburg, Wg Va. .....3500 Norwich St., Brunswick, Ga. ........315O Elmhill Dr., Warren, Ohio ....2201 Bacon Park Dr., Savannah, Ga. .....80 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. 1406 Carters Creek Rd., Franklin, Tenn. .....8000 Glaser Lane, Fern Creek, Ky. Schar, West Va. Knoxville, Tenn. .....220 Kenna Drive, .....312 Shasta Drive, . . . . .P.O. Box 206, Woodbine, Georgia . .68 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. .. . .12615 Pardee Rd., Taylor, Michigan .........l15 Patterson, Fort Mill, S. C. ....... 438 17th St., Dunbar, W. Va. Va. Beach, Va. H5409 Princess Anne, 5020 Bonnahill Drive, Hermitage, Tenn. ........ 68 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tcnn. .......652 Suholdnn Ct., Marietta, Ga. 1907 West End Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. . . . . . . . . .129 Peter Nell Homes, Newport, Ky. 124, Manassas, Ga. STAUBS, Earl ................ Route No. 2, Harper's Ferry, West Va. STAUBS, Louis ............... Route No. 2, Harper's Ferry, West Va. STEENBERGEN, Barba ra . .......... 109 Mt. Savage Dr., Ashland, Ky. STEENBERGEN, Jack ...... .... .............. R 1 iute 2, Ironton, Ohio STEMBRIDGE, Louise ...... 1502 Fort King Road, Dade City, Florida STEPHE NS, Donna .... STEPP, Harold ....... STEPP, James D. . .. STEPP. .Ioyce ..... . STEWART, Mary .... . . . . . . .1911 Walworth, Greenville, Texas STIDHAM, Robert .... STIGLETS, Dianne . STILES, Susan STINSON, James . . . STONE. .ludy ...... Harvey St., Columbia, Ky. . . . . .631 Murfreesboro Rd., Nashville, Tenn. ................Route 3, Greensburg, Ky. .... ..... . . ...Route 3, Greensburg, Ky. .....1005 Douglas, Nashville, Tennessee ....66 Hart Street, Nashville, Tennessee . , . .Route 3, Box 507, Gulfport, Miss. ........3010 17th St., Sarasota, Florida Glenn, Hillsboro, Ohio .....908 Edgewood Dr., Charleston, W. Va. STOVALL, Tom ...... ............ I 601 Jones Ave.. Nashville, Tenn. STRAIT. Cheryle ..................... 1709 Denison, Memphis, Tenn. STREIT, Gary ........... 1004 S. Cameron St., Winchester, Virginia STRICKLAND, Martha . .......... 85 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tenn. SULLIVAN, Ralph ..... SULLIVAN, James SUTTLES, Donna . SUTTON, Robert SWIHART, Sue .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-at Rebecca, Orlando, Florida . . . . .5221 Larkw'a'y Dr., Nashville, Tenn. ...................Olive Hill, Kentucky 812, High Springs, Fla. . . . .142 2nd Street N.E.. New Pliiladelpliia, Ohio TABERS, Jimmie ..................... 1404 Vine, Murray, Kentucky TALBERT, TAYLOR, Carl ............ TAYLOR, Latrelle . . . . . . . . TAYLOR, Jimmy .. . TAYLOR, Paula .... TAYLOR, Stella .... THAXTON, Muzette ....... THOMAS, Beatrice .. THOMAS. Reatba . . . fid 'NI' Bonnie .... 5182 48th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, Florida .......Route 3. Lawrenceburg, Tennessee ........418 .loyce Avenue, Nashville, Ga. ...... Route 2, Antioch, Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 2, Antioch, Tennessee ...........Route 3. Lawrenceburg, Tenn. . ..Routc 2, Box SIIB, Charleston, W. V'a-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Route 2, Danville, Alabama 3rd St.. Ponce de Leon H ts. Pnlatka Fla 17- 1 , - THOMPSON, David ............ 2724 Bobby Avenue, Nashville, Tcnn. THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON, THOMPSON THRASHER TILILIS. Dan Otis . ................... Route 2, Grand Bay, Alabama Richard A. .......... 5208 Eugene Way, Louisville, Ky. Richard .......... 121 Pinehurst St., Chattanooga, Tenn. , Robert ........ 1950 Delray Ave., Jacksonville, Florida , Phillip ............. 5058 Southern Pkwy., Louisville, Ky. iel ..................... P.O. Box 13, Lake Mary, Florida TOEPFER. Steven Arnold ............ 1909 N. Taylor, Arlington, Va. TUCKER, Lloyd ......... ..... T revecca Tr, Pk., Nashville, Tennessee TUCKER. Rcbeccah ........... Trevecca 'Trailer Park, Nashville, Tenn. UNDERWOOD, Crystal . . . UNRUH, David .... .. . . . ....P.O. Box 132. Buckahannon, W. Va. ....2909 Mauert Dr., Nashville, Tennessee AGE Q7 120 121 112 121 112 112 121 121 112 112 112 121 121 121 98 106 112 113 121 121 106 106 121 113 113 121 106 106 98 121 121 121 113 113 106 121 113 106 121 98 121 98 113 98 121 121 121 106 121 121 121 113 106 121 121 98 113 I NAME VAN KUIKEN, ,Jerry VANN, Somnel Paul . .. VAN REENEN, titafy VENNUM, Keith ....... VENNUM. Sharron .. VREELAND, Patty .. ADDRESS P . . .243 W. 106th Pl., Chicago, Ill. ....16 E. Orange St., Lafke City, Florida ...RFD 1, Box 17M, Marlinton, W. Va. ....72 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee ....72 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tennessee .525 Interstate Pkwy., Bradford, Pa. WALKER, Carolyn Sylvania, Pleasure Ridge Park, Ky. WALKER, Juanita .... WALKER, P. Ken ..... WALKER, Robert . ...... .. . . . . .6809 Sylvania Rd., Louisville, Ky. .. H4300 Franklin Rd., Nashville, Tenn. WALKER, Linda .... .. . ....... 4300 Franklin Rd., Nashville, Tenn. Louisville Kentucky WALKER, W. Leonard s'y'tQf1Qti.1'ii2tQ,' Pleasure Ridge Pk., Ky. WALLACE, Gary ...... WALLS, Janet ...... WANDINC. .lames . . . WARD, George .... . . . . . . . . . . .R.F.D. 1, Church I'Ii1l, Tennessee 1215 Billshire Dr., Nashville, Tennessee ....5116 Rockdale Dr., Charleston, W. Va. ............Box 86, W. Farmington, Ohio WARD, Mary ............................. 820 Homer, Waycross, Ga. WARNER. Priscilla . ............ ...1105 Holman St., Covington, Ky. WATROUS, Betty .... Box 648, Trevecca College, Nashville, Tennessee WATROUS, Lloyd .............. Box 648, TNC, Nashville, Tennessee WATSON, Harold ..... .60 Woodard Ave., Nashville, Tennessee WATTS, Gloria Diane .... ........... 5 20 Porter St., Charlotte, N. C. WEAVER, Patricia .... .. WEBB, Donald ...... WEBB, Jeree ...... WEBB, ,Jo Anne .... . WEBB. Martha Ellen .. WEISNER. .lon Lee .... WELLS. Claude Bill WEST, Jerry ........ WEST, Morris ..... WEST, .lean . . . WEST, Pat ........ WHALEY, Janice .... ........4412 Mound, Ashland, Kentucky ......Route 6, Romacy, West Virginia ......................Calvert., Alabama ...l1671 Flat Shoals Rd. SE, Atlanta, Ga. . . . . . . .P.O. Box 192, High Springs, Fla. . . . . . . . . . . . . .4010 Univ, Ave., Ocala, Fla. .........Routc I, Hendersonville, Tennessee 5844 4th St. N., St. Petersburg, Florida ...........5I6 E. Altamaha, Fitzgerald, Ga. . . . . .1105 Barton, Charleston, W. Va. WHEELER, Donald ...... 1017 West Sharpe Ave., Nashville, Tennessee WHITE, Carolyn .... ...... WHITE, Harry .... WHITE. Norma .... WIIITED, Treeia ..... WHITI EY., Diana .... ...... WHITT, James .... ........ WHITT, .lana Sue ........... .....................Pr1nceton, W. Va. .................Route 2, Vienna, Ohio .....1416 June Ave., Panama City, Fla. . . . . . . . . . .Route 3, Lebanon, Tennessee . . . . . . .7490 Votern, St. Petersburg, Fla. . . . . . . . . .1407 Lebanon, Burkesville, Ky. . . . . . . .340 Albany St., Burlington, N. C. WHITTEN, George ...... 544 Spring St., W. Columbia, South Carolina WILEY. Don ...... ...... .......... 2 2 1 Winchester, Middlesboro, Ky. WILKINS, .latmes .... .. WILLIAMS Brenda WILLIAMS, Donald .... WILLIAMS, Judith .... WII LIAMS, Kenneth .... WILLIAMS, Rebecca .. WILLIAMS. Sandra ..... WILLIAMSON, David . . . .Route 5, Scottsville, Kentucky .. . . . . . . . . .Route 2, Timherville, Virginia .. .... .Hiland Park Sta., Panama City, Fla. .....I225 Dorris Ave., High Point, N. C. .......Box 38, Rt. 1, Murrayville, W. Va. . ....1801 Overton St., Old Hickory, Tenn. ....800 23rd Ave. E., Tuscaloosa, Alabama WILLIAMSON, Johnny ........ 800 23rd Ave. E., Tuscaloosa, Alabama WILSON, Arno . ......... WILSON, Gary ........ . . . . . . . .80 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. .....581 Reid Ave., Huntington, W. Va. WISE, Forrest .... ....... ......... 5 1 5 25th Ave. NW, Canton, Ohio WISE, Judy ................ WITHERSPOON. Shirley .TNC Trailer Court, Nashville, Tennessee Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn. WOMACKS, ,Jack ..............., 1223 W, Pleasant, Springfield, Ohio' WOOD, Kathleen ........ Apt. WOO'DHOI.lSE, Nello ....... WOODWARD, Larry ........ WOODWARD, Margaret .... WOODY, Charles ........ WOOTEN, David Lee .. WOOTEN, Janet ..... YOHE, Larry ...... YORK, Gerald C-8, Deville, Apts., Murfreesboro, Tenn. . . . . . .2006 Ridley Blvd., Nashville, Tenn. ............432 Shelby, Nashville, Tenn. ....19675 28th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ... ...... Champion Rd., Rossville, Gs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W. Gariqeld, Decatur, Ill. .....162 Illinois Ave., Oak Ridge, Tenn. D. 2, Finleyville, Virginia' ....3812 Richland, Nashville, Tenn. AGE 98 121 113 106 99 106 107 121 107 99 121 113 107 121 121 113 113 121 121 121 113 107 107 121 121 113 107 121 121 121 113 121 122 122 122 122 122 113 113 122 122 113 122 107 99 90 122 107 122 107 122 122 122 , M. Hmm ,,.f 261, , Q, ? 5' fnfwf A , an f 'fx' 'Tv ' , , 1 , " E I 5 I 2 1 r v 5 'O ff SQ' 5 ,' 2 'i l .,1 6 vw rg Uv 1 u 1 E V I a 7 s 5 A I 1 ' w vt 'f 17.5" I 5 qx 1:5 -1, . 1134.1 ,f 1 5-13:25-,llfy H, A 4 Y 'V V ' 2. . . V. ' '45 uf: I , Y w af! YE' l .2S?E1"l!.'-v'Ii: N - H .aim Q "1-. f'4'iKf'f ,-.,-4,y- F, ' A ., 1, , :Z 5 W if w:P.,.,j,, KY, , 11.1. "f.5'11'i'f"' - . E, .- QA: P . ' j: 'AA ig: -. j x veg! Q In in "0 - :A :E 'A 3 j1,g AgM I-5? 1 ' ' . , , ' "rf"-5 A' f-.L 'Y ff-??'bf1 -- "1 S' 'P 3M'J1gQ,' xi' - , f ' if ' l. 152, M l ' iss' Y: rj ,Mx .V :D x J-' ilrni' L-ga, gk 1- ' Q ., Q -,Ai gf, 1 A Affsi' , ,, -"T"-,I If Q., 1 2 W f in 73: fa-. ' Q, iff: Y .. - ' , ,I 'I , -,,, .ga an 1 M " V Y Y' Q ' ' 45,1 V V ii ,V v H 5 0UB ADVERTISERS Hn' Pep Ib wuz' NORRIS COLLINS Drink Photographers J erse Farms Milk Q ,ax CALL US ANYTlME A 5 . 398 Murfreesboro Road Phone 255-I5l2 I M S- NASHVILLE , Q- A lilljiilf lg , H s kxg 3- 'af V' n' ' 1,1-A V M lense! A , I , fm -:.....-a.. ,,, ,Ellis FARM. lg llllll l iillllllllllllll llll COMPLIMENTS 99525 .. lLI!.lllll!l.s-,s Ti ff" -' ' EF':."' - 'Q' OF .1. 5 ,.,,. 'as ' 7726 POWEI' fildf-fOr P80P16f REXA LL STORE scnssvrmmsmuuxsenvucs mc. nnsnvnuc mmssscs "A Good Drug S'l'ore" 6I6 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee Phone 256-2654 oREER's RESTAURANT "There's Always A Welcoming Smile" r Our charcoal steaks cooked right before your eyes! INTOXICATING BEVERAGES PROHIBITED 407 Murfreesboro Road Naslwlllel Te"l"'e55ee CHAPMAN'S GULF SERVICE 633 Murfreesboro Road 'Q PHONE: AL 5-5030 Q '51 ,- T ALAMO PLAZA COURT . I OOCX, Air-Condifioned IO8 Rooms - Free TV Highway 4l-705 Complimenfs of LEVOY WALLACE Manager of College Laundry Locafed in ry1cKay Hall UPEHIUR MI1TI1H5,IIiE !l1a' A Q I VIJLKEIUHIIEN I H errr T LLCL S LAME! SEZICWUAX OF cwizfzvzffff M022'5if' AMLRICAN 8 FOREIGN CARS 170405 if 759445 f WA!?!?fWW 254- EE4 I IMZM SALES-SERVICE-PARTS if fflf me Mc-fbrywfsj 4 l H N 13 U " fov -fe f COTTAGE CAFETERIA "OUR SPECIALTY-FINE FOODS" FABULOUS ZAYRE DEPARTMENT STURES BeH'er qualify cosfs you less or your money back. "For your Coal Needs Call Us!" ST. BERNARD COAL c0.' GEO Mugppgg,-33150520 QD. 2400 Charloffe Ave. f Phone 29I 3662 Roger Horcl Shop Foreman CLlFF'S Cabinet and Drainboard Shop Saluie Seniors Supporl' Trevecca Employ Siuclenfs Boosi 99ers I30l Pillow Sireef Nashville, Tennessee Phone 255-064I CLIFF 81 TED STALVEY UWNERS ENJUY CUMPLIMENTS or - MILK MEADUW GULD MITCHELUS TUXEDO RENTALS, INC. ICE Qualify for e Reasonable Price 2926 Wesl End Ave. Phone 292-4645 CREAM E BRRDFORD'S FURNITURE Specializing in Slyle-Qualify for every price range 4l00 Hillsboro Road 297-354I QUALITY COURTS MOTEL 3 Free T.V. Swimming Pool ia A ! u ROOITI Pl'1Ol'1eS Wading Pool E ' 'Y "Nashville's Mos? Beaufiful llllomjl - and Trevecca's Neares+" 0992- e .V '.'- f ' " Dial 244-3540 for Reservalions I 4l I Murfreesboro Road Nashville' Tennessee 0 pl SHONEY'S W tts P'- I Q W CX C m imen'I's if of - 'W . 5 LSI-I 13, BOZEMANS MOTEL 4-38 Murfreesboro Road "Your Home when you are away from lwmev Air-conditioned, Free TV, Room Phones I Restaurant Phone 256-4163 Complime-nfs of NASHVILLE DISTRIBUTORS COMPANY xr HESSEY n I PRINTING 8. STATIONER CO. Cong,-afudlfes Me ffm of I966 424 Lafaye'He - Phone 255-276I COMPLIMENTS or DODGE CLEANERS "Trevecca's Close? and Bes'I"' 350 Murfreesboro Road Nashville. Tennessee LONG'S AMOCO "THE FRIENDLY SERVICE STATION" ISOM H. LONG Owner I BEAQJ ufum. Pao cc'rIoN I ZW F iii Nashville, Tenn. ,,,L AMERICAN DISPOSE-ALL CO. ir COMMERCIAL 8: INDUSTRIAL SERVICE . TRASH REMOVAL ' CONTAINERS SUPPLIED - LOW COST FIRE PROOF V RAT PROOF FLY RESISTANT PROMPT SCHEDULES SPRAYED WITH DISINFECTANTS -Av FREE ESTIMATES sk FULLY INSURED HOUR SERVICE GARBAGE and TRASH REMOVAL 254 8745 HIGHWAY RESTAURANT I 6 I 0 Murfreesboro Road SERVING TREVEOCA STUDENTS Clarence Cox, Manager COM PLIMENTS OF MURFREESBORO ROAD CAR WASH FIII Up While We Clean Up" 354 Murf eesbo o Road Nashville. Tennessee Ieinhouse uppIy Co., Inc. Dis+ribuI'ors Indusfrlal EIec'I'ricaI-Plumbing-SuppIies Phone 254 l6I3 24 Andrew T. Whifmore S+. fu vm 7115 I fwe 1 MAIL QI ' RESTAURANT 24 Hour Servlce BEST BREAKFAST IN TOWN FOR 2 Fresh Eggs Ham Bacon or Sausage Tafer Tofs Jelly and Toasf ALL ARE WELCOME CompIimen+s of of the Nazarene 7I8 Third Ave. Sou'I'h Nashville, Tennessee M E REDFORD, Pasfor BLAKEMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I O I I ll 0 r r Z' l l I 1 ---- I , 7 ' l,M,3!gc. , ...- ., A X ' 131-.-. F ,I E ' I I' f cALvAnv cnuncn M1 'fiflilfzfri-s1gz4.:xz:g:151: A ':' I ' be , H -,H r '- I ., srrs . s A I9 I A 1 sez I , JL : P . . . . . .49 ' I I I I . I - ll ll "'5II Murfreesboro Road and Polk Avenue Congra'I'uIa+es 'Ihe Class of '66 and Welcomes all TNC sI'ucIen'Is 'Io Hs services JERRY COSTA, Pas'I'or CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF l966 WEIRTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE WEIRTON, WEST VIRGINIA JOHN W. MAY, Pasfor OUR TNC STUDENTS RUTH ELLEN MAY 'PATTY WEAVER .CARSON FLUHARTY CHATTAHDOGA VALLEY CHURCH 0F THE HAZARENE IGEORGIA oisnzicn Sou'l'h of CHBHBIHOOQB on Georgia I93 LEWIS B. WHETSTONE PASTOR WE SALUTE TREVECCA FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 849 BRYAN AVENUE LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY THOMAS T. MAY BILL JOHNSON PASTOR YOUTH LEADER This slogan, adopted many years ago by your publishing house, still faithf ully reveals its mission and purpose fi XX OCALA SILVER SPRINGS CHURCH Near WorId's Famous Silver Springs LESTER RONEY-S. S. Superiniendenr WATSON KYZER-N. Y. P. S. Presideni DELORES BARKDOLL-N. W. M. S. Presidenr CCALII, SILVER SPRINGS CHURCH CF THE HI-IZIIREHE SHARPES FERRY ROAD NEAR CITRUS DRIVE OCALA. FLORIDA WE CONGRATULATE OUR GREAT TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE ITS PRESIDENT. STAFF. AND STUDENT BODY l STUDENTS MISS BETTY SPARKS MISS MARSHA BRIDGES WURSIIIP WITH US WHEN IN Fl0RIIlA REV, Roy M, VAUGHN PASTOR TRINITY CHURCH 0F THE HIIZIIRENE I253 VULTEEBOULEVARD NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 372l7 GORDON V. WOODS PHONE PASTOR 254-0900 CRIICE CHURCH CF THE NIIZIIRENE I I I I NELSON STREET DALTON. GEORGIA Johnnie W. Howard OUR STUDENT PASTOR LARRY PICKLE CONGRATULATING THE CLASS OF I966 THCMIISBURC CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA A 5 , WJ V ...Z ly. REV. ROBERT J. ANDR'ESS Pasfor OUR TNC STUDENTS: BETTY BAGWELL DIANE WATTS First Church of The Nazarene - ! Main and Willow S+ree'I's CI-IAIIANOOGA, TENNESSEE 1 . I Vg! . PM II rr ll H I-Im' Y ' 1. .E , 'M . -E t"'vg.. 1 41 E ar - .I qi' 4 Q ee, .. 4- f" f ' ' " .1 ' - I He he. J '..-, . "fa, 1 Q 2- , xt lg -f e ff' :. 4, -1 . ' -YK, -1 ' ' ' ,. ' - - -.. 57' ,f - E-, ,, Rs-Q Rr- We ,gin I ,-..-1 . 1 - " iliL LPS is? ff ,. i f r,,,,5,g'ERc:,5Zgf"'f 5E' Q95 -w , f-1-"" ' ,M I E EIL.. I 1-ci feel 71 - yff - """ . -' ' re TQ 'Her I I 353 11 -r"1 iii lf r u-cr 'Q Q H ...I gf -1 I. i 3 I rw LZETE4.. 3 'ln A -g QU Sgia f-dik e ejziif ei Z?-' -. -. - ,'-- If-1' ,J 223' S-"f.f '1ZJ'1"'F5LL :--1:-'Iggy h .- ,. Ir i::.- E I ' - -. '- fwf- " -- fe 'M' -Ur ..' - 'ef f ?!I!!""'II'IfS2?I!5:?' f5 'Till' 1,155 C473 ."' '- ' L , E :rf- .A-I"'f' ,.-iufhf,-.,4- W 4 :53.15 v A- ., hh E,--',4'g,j 5,',,g1:3.gV,:UmiA-!.,-3-7l..:,,,Iq-4I,,.,5 gg,-1:':"'g3..v...,.,,.f ....-., 5? i Y . ..,. .M g,,1.:.-:LQw,:,,:.,,- -.1-,. :1:L,:-,-.Z-"-'I-2 f '- 1.4.2. ff- -J:-f""' - -- .,. hw, 1--gr:-raw'-' -. -- ' . ,ip YQ J MR. CECIL QUINN S. 'S. Superiniendenf PR I ,Q fw fr Ile-' I ' V ef -1 f ,sf - I Z F5 , 2 .-- 4 , J 'W iQ. .Y M -L ' --F ag fLe richegif Agadinga o! fke Wylaafer confinue fo Le upon reuecca JOHN 'R. ANDRUS ' Pasfor ra I 'I MR. ED THOMPSON N.Y.P.S. Presideni MR J HERSCHEL IRWIN MRS. CHARLES CURL JOHN McKAY - - I N.W.M.S. Associafe Pasior MUSIC D"'eC'I'o" .fdncl may :She afwagri rememger flzaf glzaffanooga girdf Clurck i6 Lekinal Aer in rayer anal .sjulaiaorff Dungafz Cfluzcfl of ffzis Jwczzafzsnz John J. Hancock, Pasfor S, . E.. U Telephone WM? HWQW ' Omg AJJMAZ4 QQ 2300375195 03" 'Q+m!W7, M4071- 2.12. Congratulations to the Class of 1966 I UIA' X AV A 1 .gn memory of una fpamdeyj TNC 1929-1931 FIRST CHURCH I9+h S+. ai' Pearcy Parkersburg, W. Va. T14 jrienJfy CALUWL H ooNLuNeER ...S.S.Superin+enden+ 3 DORTHY HESS ..,N.Y.P.S. Presidenf 11" ' i f 'esn 1 CAPITCL CITY CHURCH MARY BOLE .... N.w.M.s, Pfesadem f' 1 UF THE NAZARENE JOHN F. HAY MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA Pas+or REV. CECIL S. HUFF H 1 AW , l i i A RIIDHCR CHURCH 0F THE NAZAREHE NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE R. E. MANER PASTOR FIRST CHURCH CF THE HIIZIIREHE UF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA SHELBYVILLE, TENNESSEE T- T- L'DDELL-Mifwef REV. ROBERT ROBINSON. Pas+or C ongratulates the Class of '66 1 , I .. I .1 - -J If - FARMDALE CHURCH CDF THE NAZARENE 'Corner Rooseveli' and Farmdale Avenues LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Phone 366-759 I 2 ja k H 4 Wxx 1' ,,,,,, "2- 1 m . A CHURCH OF SPIRITED YOUNG PEOPLE. ,I 'E': I 4 'Wi FILLED! .ig f" I H 'c' ' 'I W U 7' SUNDAY SCHOOL . . . 945 AM WORSHIP ....., I0 45 A M EVENING WORSHIP . 700 PM REV O C HUFF Fader MIDWEEK SERVICE .... 7 30 PM IZ93 Farmdale Avenue Phone 367-89 REV. T. C. IJacIrI SANDERS. JR. Pastor FIRST CHURCH CF THE IIIIZIIRENE 1700 West Jackson Street PENSACOLA, FLORIDA ROBERT L. LANCASTER ...... WILLIAM C. BIRTLEY . . . . . N.Y.P.S. President MARY RICHARDS . . . S.S. Superintendent MAJORIE STOCKDALE Our Trevecca Student-KENNETH CHANNELL ROY F. LYNN Director of Christian Education and Music . ...... Treasurer N.W.M.S. President FCREST HILL CHURCH CF THE NIIZIIRENE l45 Pinetree Road WINSTON SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA Pastor-REV. S. R. THOMPSON C5OD'S BEST TO THE CLASS OF I966! FIRST CHURCH 0F THE HIIZIIREHE Cleveland at Worthington Best Wishes to the Class of I 966 FIRST CHURCH CF THE NIIZARENE 66I South Broad Street CHARLOTTE 3, NORTH CAROLINA Phone: JA 3-6284 WHEN IN CHARLOTTE VISIT US REV. WILLIAM H. BENSON MOBILE, ALABAMA Pastor CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS O-E 1966 PLI-llll I CHURCH 0F THE HI-LZILRENE lf! 4600 The Plaza CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Believes ln Supporling Trev ecca College WE CONGRATULATE CHURCH 0F THE NAZARENE THE CLASS CF '966 And Salule Plaza Church Sludenrs- M0Ul+fle. 'Georgia Hugh Richard Bailey Hollis H. Robinson, Jr. Phillip Daniel Sizemore JAMES BOYD ...... S. S. Superinrendenl' PASTO R MRS. WYLIE SELLERS ..... N.Y.P.S. Pres. BYRON E- LEJEUNE '---- ------ P NO' MRS E L NORMAN NIW-M-S. Pres. JAMES O. CHEATHAM .... S. S. Superinlenclenl' MRS. GEORGE BLACKWELL . , N.W.M.S. Presidenl' MRS. MOODY FRIERSON .... N.Y.P.S. Presidem' WE BELIEVE IN -I-REVECICA COLLEGE When You Visil' Charlolle Worship ln L fig' X .ggi-.-r?'9s. I1 A E if , ' fQ,..g-Aviv ' " givifrfbg - .5 -fu 5 'HH " .-,--ffjldfwqm f ' ' Y' 1 E' 1.5 e f" HENRY L. MILLS PLAZA CHURCH 1 QE iii f , , , ' I it I , -J? : -A ' 1 :W Q , 15 1 A S wif T rn! pl- r ' 1 "' I 9 1 , l jfi' , ga H A ,ffl R'-ul'-'iiiia ,,f'g5. . - V jx, N f 1 'IIA r sf' f . -1, f .! ' Z X I Nazarene Theological Seminary I 700 East Meyer Boulevard KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI LEWIS T. CORLETT MENDELI. TAYLOR PRESIDENT DEAN H5251 minhva Mana nf 'EE I' I -'i lr '-'I Illalfiflll :aaa .1'l+ . W I.: ,Ir . - E LET? A -.... N ' 1 A I IIIIH llll ...L I 'I W.r.....-.CC.-iii ...FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE.. NEWPORT KENTUCKY John Howald ,Jr. Pastor Congrafulafions Class o I '66 Calvary Church of the Nazarene High Poinh Nor'l'I1 Carolina RALPH H. MATTINGLY PASTOR Our sfudenfs a+ Trevecca: KENNETH WILLIAMS JANICE MATTINGLY CONGRATULATIONS. BEVERLY FRCM THE MIIIIRES AND FIRST CHURCH CF THE NIIZIIRENE Concord, Norfh Carolina GEORGE PRIVETT, Pasfor FIRST CHURCH CF THE HIIZIIREHE I 653 Guava Avenue EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA REV. D. PAUL RAY Pasfor .9 s-fx la .Wa Xe f fs Ah Q5 in Nashville prayerfully strive to ww- 1 1:1 gs, ' les A church 1S,T people .r Splrlted people, enthusiastic people, hope- ful people, talented people, dedi- cated Spefilplef defifout people . . . it is people' singing, people praying, people caring, people doing, people sharing . it is, people, young people, big peoplex, little people, singled people, married people . . . it can be ia few people or it can be ' . . but tinost of reall d they must be Ghfr"ist's people. ,Pagtoig Don ,Irwin andthe people at Grace Church of the Nazarene l tlr' fg far JM s-:jf kyj .. M 5 'zz 95 ,M Z FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Birmingham, Alabama Congratulations Class al '66 Our members attencling TNC GENE FULLER PASTOR i rrr , X JERI DAVIS BREND ' KE BENSON FIRST CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE ASHLAND, KENTUCKY IS CRATEFUL FUR A FUNIJAMENTAL HCLINESS CCLLECE, TREVECCA Our Congregafion ana! Siu!! Safufe you Ur. LAWRENCE B. HICKS, PHSIUI' Dr. Paul Gray, N.Y.P.S. Presiclenr Mr. Ewell Genrry, S.S. Superinrend Jr Mr. Lee Everleilw, Minisier oi Music 81 Youih Mrs. Mildred Goodall, N.W.M.S. Presiclenr Mrs. Cecil Allen. Office Dire Jr TNC BOARD MEMBERS DR. D. S. SOMERVILLE MR. BOB STEENBERGEN FIRST CHURCH CDF THE NAZARENE 2203 Dixie Highway Louisville, Kenfuclcy PASTOR Hadley Hall OUR STUDENTS T l ,ds I. Danny Jones if ir f in J -1 .W- ,fy Pairicia Ann Wesi' Congrafulafions +o Fhe Class of '66 from 'Phe RIVERSIDE CHTURCH 0F THE NAZARENE 23l3 Riverside Drive, Mobile, Alabama First Church of the Nazarene i820 Alabama Avenue Selma, Alabama M. D. SARTIN, Minisier Our Besi' Wishes io Trevecca's Faculiy, Sludenis, ,ALJ jxxfalfwkx ---F iiii Q and Class of 1966 1 'N 131 M Hi iiii ,E Q 3,15 ' Pam' A ii ' , Film Service 0 ia + + -i":""' ' Disfribufsrrori i f Billy Graham Films Linda 'Hardy wk Gospel Films, Inc. f Moocly Films Phone 883-224l P.O. Box 282-Depf. T.C Nashville, Tennessee 37202 FIRST CHURCH 0F THE NAZARENE Zlsi' and Pennsylvania Avenue McComb, Mississippi ' ' 1- W " ggi iw-Q!-in - ' ' wr-N H. 2 1 ggzjififggw.. ii' 3 5: u, r . i f 1 1 ' EE ' Bill JSHOI1 Mrs. Douglas McCaslcill P6S'l0l' N.W.M.S. Presideni' Joe H. Jackson Mrs. Lee Highlower S.S. Supl. N.Y.P.S. Presicleni' Boosling T. N. C. Eolucalional Buolgel' Siuclenlsz Freclna MoH Glenda Sharp Prayer College Group Services First Church of the Nazarene Huntsville, Alabama Melvin K. Shrouf, Pasfo Congralulaiions fo gracluales, siudenls 8: Darcla Slaff of '66. CLEARWATEH CHURCH 0F THE HAZAREHE Greenwood af Grove CLEARWATER, FLA. ED COX . . . , . .Presiden+ WILLIAM SLONECKER Y . Vice-Presidenf M. H. WILSON F. S. HENRETTY MILDRED MCDOWELL . . Secrefary Pdifvl' MUSIC Difvcfvf WENDELL POOLE . . . . . . Treasurer CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE TREVEOCA 'CLASS OF I966 and N.W.M.S. PFGSICHSTTT ...... S.S. Superin+encIen'I' ........,... JACK TAYLOR AIumni Represen+a'rives +o I'I1e N.Y.P.S. Presidenf .......... FRANK HENRETTY Board of Trusfees THE CUBAN MISSION FIELD and the FLORIDA SPANISH DISTRICT gxfencii Congrafufafiona fo fHe CKMJJ of 7 966 REV. 8: MRS. JOHN HALL Superinfendenf CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '66 College Hill Church of The Nazarene A Church Home Tor College Siudenis Away From Home L5 Z' , -w SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Sunday Sunday School 9:45 a.m Deparfmenfal Services 6:00 p.m Evangelisfic Service 7:00 p.m Wednesday Mid-weelc Service 7:30 p.m. T. E. Jones, Minisfer 0 Homer J. Adams, Sunday School Superinfendenf Edward Whiffingion, Minis+er of Music ' Rose Piclxard, N.Y.P.S. Presidenl MARIE PEERY, N.W.Iv1.S. Presicleni' A CORDIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO STUDENTS WE WELCOME AND VISITORS TO WORSHIP WITH US YOU TO MAKE THE COLLEGE CHURCH YOUR CHURCH HOME RIVERSIDE CHURCH 0F THE NIIZIIRENE A+Ian'Ia, Georgia Rev. Theo Car'I'er, Pas'ror We Supporr Hwe Whole Program -of T. N. C. Our Members Arrending Trevecca Linda PruiH'e EsI'I1er Crawford . I .5 Lg' fi-3 . ' EQ+?9I'r - , L f FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Jones and Donelson SI'ree'l' OLD HICKORY, TENNESSEE A Friendly Welcome Io Trevecca Srudenrs Rev. Hayes Oliver, Pas+or Our Trevecca Srudenrs Sandra Williams Sara Hill .s 5.3: i ' r-'VN ' gb -I f 3? B VJ-x-W V. - .QW a 0 T""Ti5L. .6112 Egg lI'!.'l' ,, Q - 1, o ,,, u ., L lllllllll , Q g fl ,, -,.- I A 1 -' I-II-I 'I I T 579 5 I i f 1413 .II -' EIIEWII I I A 414- ig'-gfr E" U" --' I - - ' ,-F' - i ii .gt fr P. ,Hgfzi-TT-I' - -m MCCLURKAN MEMCRIAL Church of the Nazarene 332 54+h Avenue Norrh EDWARD F- COX NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE PaS+Of "Your Church Home Away from Home" PAUL J EBY R. H. STEELE BRENDA PERRYMAN AZLEE SWMONS Minisfer oT Music S.S. Superinrendenr N.Y.P.S. Presidenf N.W.M.S. Presideni' gk BELLE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Belle, Wesf Virginia Boosfing Chris+ian Educarion ina Holiness Almosphere OUR STUDENTS Mary Casio Charles Seaboll' Jimmie Wandling Jane Roberls 'Charles Rayburn Cle+a Cline Sheila Gibbs Don Hasfings REV. JOHN LAWWI LL Pasfor geo! HAAJHM fo .7118 ffm 0 1965 l'0I1'l FIRST CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE 3lO Gay Slreei, Pineville, N. C. Uproclaiming Full Salvaiion af The Growing Edge of Greaier CharloHe!" Rev. Loren E. Schaffer Minisfer CHURCH UF THE NRZRRENE SMYRNA, TENNESSEE fp .n 1 C s Trevecca S+uden'I's Apprecia+ed Sunday School . Morning Worship . Youih Services . Evangelislic Service Mid-Week Service . . . . 9:45 a.m. . . IO:5O a.m. . 6:l5 p.m. . . 7:00 p.m. . . 7:30 p.m. Rev. G. L. Penningron, Pas+or f L I fa 1 Emir e - if 5 1-.. . I , 2 ! 5 51. FLORIDA DISTRICT :- SaIuIes aaa o 66 Presi 'eni' REV GENE WILLIAMS REV PAL WRIGHT REV GENE SIMPSON Treas Secre'I'ary N AF D1 + REV REX EATON F D BEVERLY SPARKS 0l'lgl"6lfll,!a,tL0l'l6 fo tk? 66156 0 l'0l'n, L. Ewa. if if 'ffl' N. Y. '22 ff f P, VicedPresiden+' REV HENRY ICOOPER NIF.F..Dire:F4:roI JIIIA KILLORAN S. II' ' FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 735 FayeHevlIIe RCI.. S.E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA W. E. MCCUMBER. Minisfer TREVECCA STUDENTS Wanda Knox Gene Couey Ken BercIc Ellen Webb CHURCH 0F THE NAZARENE I IO8 Gallaiin Sl'ree+ R-avenswoocl, Wesi' Virginia J. Marla Barnes, Paslor Donald R. Lynch, N.Y.P.S. Presideni' "Holiness Ours To Share" CQNGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I966 HUFFMAN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 324 -Robison Drive BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA Congrafulafions 'I'o 'The Class of '66 We're boosiing Trevecca wiih our Prayers-Money-Members: Susan Sliles, Buddy Hale, Eddie Robinson, David Hale SARASOTA, FLORIDA FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 3375 Fruihfille Road R. Lesi'er Hale Minisier ms.,-. M . ps. . es, , L W-u4.Vf,!, "A Growing Church wiih a Glowing Hear!" EAST MOSS POINT Church of fhe Nazarene Firsi ai Gregory Moss Poini, Miss. God's Message and Love of Service Given . . . Sunday School-N.Y.P.S. N.W.M.S.-Church Services-Radio Sunday School Bus 'lo "Bring Them ln" Kindergarfen School-Sepl. +o May Day Nursery-Daily fhroughoul The year WE PLEDGE OUR SUPPORT TO TREVECCA OUR PRAYERS-HOUR FINANCE-OUR YOUTH Dan Hamiler, Pasfor Charles Mayfield, S.S. Supl. Mrs. L. O. Tallenf, N.W.M.S. Pres. Miss Mary Adcoclc, N.Y.P.S. Pres. Mrs. lla Mae Massey, 'Music The Hamifers W. VA. DISTRICT CONGRATULATES .748 CEM 0 1966! H. HARVEY HENDERSHOT' TRUSTEES DIs'rricI' Superinfendenf MER'-IN PROVENCE4: H. HARVEY HENDERSHOTAI' DIsI'ricI' Secrefary JOHN LAWWILLX JOHN W. MAY T. JAMES BOSHELIJ' Dis+rIcI Treasurer RICHARD A. WARD JOHN LAWWILIJ' Church School Chairman JOHN HAY' NYPS Presidenlr MRS. O. C. RUSHING NWMS Presidenf .Zia fricf an fer lm va. Zidfricf ia prouc! of Aer Afuclenffi enrofaol in ML GCLHOWLJQZ our vlegf fo jreuecca Trevecca AIumnus TENNESSEE DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD .24 growing Iiafricf JOHN T. BENSON, JR. DR. I-IOMER ADAMS 5' :- uppor ing REV. T. E. MARTIN REV. DON IRWIN .14 growing 3400! . . .. 'gu n ' T ' I A3319 5 9 ! in va .,Q A5 1-,ff. ,Q asnvnle I .ff . 'fr.QI' "E E YTD CD T ' J' . Ip ,. 32122"f'- -Q, M, .Im H H '1 QD ' A . - FD , H V l LD ,I . . on 'n 'Q 11 H I , H ID G . x 'zum .0 ' an . "gan: w.f--M3 cn I, ul A . 'qu' - - :B 'u U :gunna ' ' I ' w I TS' ..:::2:' - 'M' N' - A Phfs 'J L, 0. .I . Ill DISTRICT OFFICERS REV. C. T. DUCKETT .............. . . . . .Secrefary JAMES FATE ..... ....... T reasurer REV. EDWARD COX . . . .... Church School Board REV. HAROLD GRAVES . . . . . Dist N.Y.P.S. PresicIen+ MRS. C. E. SI-IUMAKE . . . . Dist N.W.M.S. Presidenf CongraIuIaIions Io the Class of T966 THE GEORGIA DISTRICT Sagzfea TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE TRUSTEES MACK ANDERSON BRUCE B HALL W E M CUMBER J G FOSKEY am! fke CVM of 1966 DR. MACK ANDERSON Dish-ici' Suporinhndonf DISTRICT OFFICERS MRS JOYCE I-IUFF P N W M S REV WAYNE MILLS P N Y P S REV RALPH HERRICK Ch Ch I1 S I1 REV W E M CUMBER S 'r y REV BRUCE B HALL T TREVECCA Iwas our support-with our prayers-our money and our Youth. THE VIRGINIA DISTRICT AT THE TOP OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ZONE SERVING THE LORD IN THE BEAUTY OF HOLINESS DR. V. W. LITTRELL District Superintendent Congra fufa fiona Cf... of 1966 ,IM Ffa? Ledt !0I' yOU, aflllayd - ' 7. DISTRICT OFFICERS TRUSTEES REV. L. E. HUMRICK ............. Secretary DR. V. W. LITTRELL REV. W. F. MASTERS . . . ........ Treasurer REV. D. S. RADCLIFEE MRS. V. W. LITTRELL ......... N.W.M.S. President MR. GLEN SHOMO REV. D. S. RADCLIFFE ......... N.Y.P.S. President REV. C. D. WITH ROW .... Chairman Church ScI1ooI Board DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD REV. W. E. MASTERS J. E. FOX REV. A. H. JOHNSON R. A. CARR SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE ongrafuilfea fAe CAM of 1966 6ll'L .Slfufea OW Pafmeffo .sgfuclenfo -A45 ll. VIVIAN BLACKWELDER . . .... For? Mill BRENDA O'NEAL . MARY ANN SPINKS JEANETTE FORIMAN LINDA PARSONS . LINDA QUICK . . CAROLYN QUICK . . Harlsville Firsf . . .Ferl IMIII . . . . . Langley ........ICayce . Bennefisville Wallace . Benneflsville Wallace GEORGE WHITTEN X ll WALLACE DORIN . RUTH DOWNING . ANN CHAMBERS . TED HLOSKINS . GERALD QUICK .... . . Charlesfon Firs+ . . . Forf Mill . . . Hanahan . . . . Sumler Firsl' . Benne'H'sviIle Wallace COLEMAN SAYLORS ........ Fori' Mill JOHN POWELL . . . . .Langley . . Columbia NCRTH CAROLINA CARES TREVECCA isiricf uperinien en'l' 1 N-w-M'S- Presi em ir X - -: '-"L.-???- v- . L C . O L6 55 Llfl fke .gnner GPC e 0 our oncern T .6 ,v-ij 1 J. M. Wieneclce Larry D' Smml' 'Church Schools Chairman N'Y'P'S' Precsideni' "Preparing for Service f -I-HE X X MISSLSSIPPI Dj STRICT CONGRATvATES THE CLASS OF T966 MRS. W. CHARLES OLIVER N.W.'M.S. Presicleni' REV. FRED EERRAEZ REV. CHARLES LAMBERT Church School Chairman N-Y'P-S- Pmiidehf , , THE ALABAMA DISTRICT Safufea THE CLASS OF '66 REEFORD L. CHANEY, Dis+ric:'r Superinlencleni' GENE FULLER, Church Schools Chairman LEE DAVIS, N.Y.P.S. Presicleni' MRS. BARBARA CHANEY, N.W.M.S. Presiden+ T. C. SANDERS, JR., Dislricl' Secre+ary ADVISORY BOARD John W. Banks Barney Brumbeloe Paul R. Holi' J. W. Spiva Ralph W. Marlowe TREVECCA TRUSTEES J. W. Spiva Reeforcl L. Chaney l Barney Brumbeloe Ralph W. Marlowe East Tennessee District 60l'lgl"a fufafea tA-0 CAM of 1966 . 'tix M ef . The District Center, Chattanooga, Tennessee REV. VICTOR E. GRAY, District Superintendent DISTRICT ADVISORY BOARD Rev. K. W. Phillips Rev. Charles Patton Mr. Lester Grant Mr. Oscar Wheaton N.Y.P.S. President LYNN CASSEDY N.W.M.S. President MRS. VICTOR E. GRAY we are praying or ana! Julolaorfing jreuecca i""'ET,'5sf :gg -r- gQ-Liar., i Aj-1-2-:A gi--gf':ffT":QgiZ lv, 3: 1 ,,im x .X --' ,.--A X' .-?-Y---A-w Z-Z.. 4- 'ij--XX sax:-----X A -5 S S 5 U ,-it S-n AK X N. A14 e TREVECCA NAZAREHE COLLEGE ,ll fe'-" K' , I , ff ff' " K X-f-1'E E ILLE -- - V HH' ..:..-1.2 X ' -XX .l ,X --:::,. X rl- -es H - V X . X --S Melvin Ginn 'H Tie Mi is ff f ind" X P Q X x,, X i ld HMEL Potiy Stephenson 4 ,lf 1 w r' ,." . ,' 1' .fi fu? ,, 1 i ' 'qw . , 1 L ii X . in .41 Cheryl Riney ,itil f Z William O. Blue Pastor FIRST CHURCH of the Nazarene "Chris+ian Acres" Sondra Robison . A 'fir' W' In 2300 S.W. ISH1 Avenue E Peggy Woodward Fori Lauderdale, Florida KENTUCKY 8: TNC ARE MCVIN G AHEAD Ken+ucl6ians a+ TNC in I966 KENTUCKY DISTRICT PERSONNEL Superin+eniclen+: Dallas BaggeH TNC TRUSTEES: Dallas Bagge'H, Hadley Hall, O. C. Huff, Richard Thompson Advisory Board: Oren Thrasher, Roy Wells, Kenne+h Rice, E. J. Milby Officers: Carfer Rober'l's .... . . . Church Schools Bob Madison . . . N.Y.P.S. Presideni- Mrs. Dallas BaggeH . . V N.W.M.S. Presideni Marvin Appleby- . . . Secrefary Oren Thrasher - . Treasurer IN THE PCDWER OF THE SPIRIT TRAIN FDR EVANGELISM .tggricla mia fricf CAMIACA O! fke Wazarene John L. Knight District Superintendent 'CI see rzot I1 step before me as I tread 011 llrzotlner yearg But I"ve left the Past in G0d's keeping- Tbe F znfzzre His mercy shall clear. Mary Gardiner Brainard "Not Knowing" CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS OF '66 COMPLIMENTS OF E. 1. MHJBY Jim Knlghi' Presiclenl' OFFICERS KaI'hy Newfon Phillip Thrasher rr I J ' ' ' I Secre+ary Vice-Presldenl' E. Drell Allen FacuI'I'y Advisor PUBLICATIONS Jan Milby Diclc Bailey DARDA TREV-ECHOES ORGAN ZATIONS Bob Duncan Keifh Vennum Trevecca A+hIe'I'ic Associafion Chrisfian Workers Associafion 5 . I 2 X CLASSES S A Q ..-. af il FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE JUNIOR SENIOR Don Schrope Karen Dean Nancy Carfer Mary Blume ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE I Striving to U plaold tloe Ideals of Trevecca by Sewing tlae Interests of our Fellow Students ongrafufafiona fo fke gfadfn o 1966 DR. WILLIAM SLONECKER Sunday School Superinfendenf . W 'sv sf. JOE HOBBS j ug' N.Y.P.S. Presidenl l-LM ,iff 1 A I. ,.., .1 'ff MRS. A. F. SOYARS ' ' f L- N.W.'M.S. Presidenl' .s- e r . - . Rev. JAMES JONES DR- T- E- WNRUN Minisler 'lo Youll! Paslor JAMiES VANHOOK REV. L. B. MATHEWS Minisler of Music Minisfer of Visilalion i g ,- 1 -1 H -'ii-1'-'v"' FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 510 Woodland Street, Nashville, Tennessee greefinga ana! Ed maked BETHEL CHURCH or THE NAZARENE 409 Trinity Lane RE, Dom C. MH NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ' ' JAMES L. SANKEY Director of Christian Educa ' STAN TAYLOR BOB lr REBECCA BOB WILSON MRS. KAY SANKEY AUBREY SMITH Minister of Music STIDHAM S.S. Superintendent N.W.M.S. Pres. N.Y.P.S. Pres. Ministers of Junior Church BETHEL CHURCH AND TREVECCA COLLEGE SHARE MUTUAL INTERESTS Begun by students, Bethel is indebted to Trevecca, With Prayers, Youth, and Money, Bethel is investing in Trevecca. "When in Nashville Make Bethel Your Church Home: Many Others Do." BENSGN PRINTING COMPANY NASHVILLE TENNESSEE reefinga, Cfada 0 1966 EASTERN KENTUCKY DISTRICT Disfricf AssembIy Dis'rricI' Camp Meefing . . DISTRICT ADVTSORY BOARD REV. JOHN HOWALD, JR. DR. L. B. I-IICKS LEWIS K. EDWARDS AUDRA ABNEY DR. D. S. SOMERVILLE Disfricf Su porinfendenf DEPARTMENTAL LEADERS . July 20-2I Augusf I5-2I TREVECCA TRUSTEES DR. D. S. SOMERVILLE DR. L. B. I-IICKS E. I-I. STEENBERGEN LEWIS EDWARDS .............. Chairman, Church ScI1ooI Board REV. RILEY JAMES .... ....... N .Y. P. S. PresicIen+ MRS. D. S. SOMERVILLE . . . . . N. W. M. S. Presidenf REV. CECIL WELLS, JR. . . .... Junior Supervisor :"5.'.1-' ' "QQ


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