Trevecca Nazarene University - Darda Yearbook (Nashville, TN)

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Redford Marhemafics Archivisl Science Versafile feacher-Greek, Theology, Aclive in church work Secular and Sacred l-lislory Homemaker Aulhor, "The Rise of fhe Church of Jrhe Nazarene" Paslor, Evangelisl' BOARD OF TRUSTEES ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY ACADEMICS SCHOOL LIFE Religious Life Organiza'I'ions A1'I1IeI C p A+ I' I0 E ,... ., , M ,, . - V .. I ui! Nga: A w f . , Qu .. ,, X I , , 5 K fx, vw' , ., , N V zig Q 2 L L I J 2 ix 'S ,.'f'5m, ,u ,.,-A. 3-f - . ii: Q, .K ' 1. - .' . .t"z4f'. ' 3 - . v -1 :7Lf.'gV-Q.: 1 -ai MACKEY LIBRARY, FOCAL POINT OF CAMPUS I2 1 ' . f Q-'5?e.?" -' 5 3' ,, . I The library is ihe focal poinr of Jrhe campus represenrs whai college is all about I+ is a where one may glean Jrhe riches of is a greenhouse where one may freely grow wisdom, l'r is a laboraiory where ideas are ancl conclusions are mei. H is a quiei si clown whose palhs fhe mincl may 'rravel e S' Jlhn I, GREAT SPEAKERS PASS THROUGH THESE PORTALS. Named for The Rev. J. O. McClurkan, 'rhis Building is an example of Jrhe spirii' of Trevecca's founder. McCIurkan's aim was for infellecfual 3 and spirifual achievement Wiihin 'rhese walls' his dreams are being .11- fulfilled. ' X .W H- NLR,-Q,-q.' , ll ll III ul mem III III Il Ilf ll Ill l F " gem 5 ' ve '4 uhm. ..-nu 5 T ,:, 7 Ili ull --un . Ill Ill FINE ARTS BUILDING ECHCDES CULTURE The Fine Aris Building is Ihe cullural cenier of Trevecca campus. Wirhin IIS doors one may observe a beginning pianisi playing his scales. an arf sfudenr dauloing in linger- painl, an appreciarion class lislening Io Ihe genius of Bee- Ihoven, a choir of blended voices singing praises, or 'rhe mellow 'rones of a recilalisl' in his momenf of achievement This is The place where Ioeaury is soughi and where ir is found. AD BUILDING, NERVE CENTER FOR A GROWING STUDENT BODY I+ is in The Adminisirafion Building 'rhal' Trevecca's wheels of progress are lcepl in molion. Here one may find financial aid. personal counsel, scholasiic advice. work opporlunilies, and spiriiual guidance. Here 'rlwe college leaders lmen of sirengflw and purposel worlc each day. slriving for beifer Jromorrows. HII Hill X ' T B2 'J ' . a XIWTK R . .LT ' "'n R I P n I Wa TFT if ii ll il . U ' .Q , . JOHNSON HALL n -1 Q , :un -4- -n - y. Xih ' -s--.. X T , L 1 3.2-4- 1 Our parenis, The Jarreifs D ir '- gl , ' 1 Q X 2:3125 l L i i 1 11 - '?'-T'-:"".i'F , ':,-2'-E..'f'E'..'rm -'T V-ilmuum iii tniiilig iianumui , 2llx1g Zilinnifgn - D-. H ' 1- Ximgd as m ii: A 4 I! S z -.,,L V v L-Ill L E -A--4 3 -J 1 3 I . 5:- 'Je-'I' Fax 1,4 f T ima -Huff! ilEx ? Dhfiunswg Wvifzfsilsfms l lE,':.: ,Qggg flu' Qltffifq Ili' 41 f f f 1 : -: 3 ig 1... :S-- V - 1 I 'f if ' r .fu V., -,QL ,- vi ., I - ' 'W' 'fy' X1 .4 ----- ,- , , , f, 5 1. ,, , - Y 2 II Q ly . 3 K TIDWELL HALL The Woods Family 'vggk ERIE: .5 T S .xxyxbiyh V 3. 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Row Four: Gray, Bagge++. Brumbeloe, Liner, Vann, Ward, Boshell, Andrus. Row Five: Smilh, Hall, Marlowe, Chaney, Lee, Tous- ley. Lawwill. The Board of Trusrees is composed of men from various walks of life. Every Disiricr Superiniendenr from 'rhe slales on ihe Soulheasiern Educaiional Zone is a member. Elecied by The Disirici Assemblies are various oiher men who are making 'lheir coniribuiions in business and reaching fields. Each year Jrhs group meers ro make plans for 'rhe welfare of Trevecca. They have a fremendous job +o do. Lei us give rhem our full supporr! EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sealed: Bruce Hall, Secrefary, Georgiap William M. Grealhouse, TNC Presidenfg John L. Kniqhf, Chairman, Florida. Sfancling: Ralph Marlow. Member af Large. Alabama: Offo Sfuclci, Member af Larqe, Soullw Carolina: E. H. Sfeenberqen, Member ar Large, Easl Kenluclcyg Dallas Bagqell, Treasurer, Kenluclcyg C. E. 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N N WSSNNNN N NN NL NN NNMNN 'N N S NN 2 N Niir N I fig? X H .N:N ' N N, - N iff " -v-- -w i , P R I D E The Presiden'r's home The yearbook you hold in your hand is a page in The un- Tolding hisTory OT Trevecca Nazarene College. lT is an aT- Te'mpT To capTure in picTure and phrase The Thrilling experience oT being a member of a unique ChrisTian college communiTy. The ideals oT Trevecca are high. The College seeks To provide The proper climaTe "Tor The developmenT oT each s+uden+ in lil inTellecTual compeTency f2l spiriTual and moral com-miTmenT l3l physical vigor l4l social and culTural eTTec- Tiveness, in Terms oT The changing needs oT socieTy." IT seeks To enkindle in each member oT The communiTy a ChrisTian concern To serve mankind creaTively and responsibly. As a liberal arTs college Trevecca exposes The sTudenT To The riches oT knowledge and TruTh Trom The ChrisTian per- specTive. lT sTrives To combine currenT educaTional pracTices The GreaThouse Family V E? 29 , K. L, X X' A-P . s .. wiTh a co-rnmiTmenT To The culTivaTion oT The ChrisTian way oT liTe. As a college oT The Church oT The Nazarene, iT purposes To serve The church by providing educaTed laiTy and minisTry, loyal To ChrisT, emphasizing especially The Wesleyan docTrine oT perTecT love. Trevecca seeks To inTerpreT The ChrisTian message To socieTy, and The problems oT socieTy To The church. The curriculum oT Trevecca and The enTire program of The College are designed To develop in each sTudenT inTellecTual poise: an inquiring and creaTive mind: aesTheTic appreciaTion1 physical and emoTional healTh: moral. religious and social convicTions. and personal loyalTy To Jesus ChrisT, who is The Way, The TruTh, and The LiTe. T Trim.. :ll im ri,srs,sr ZW, E Q, .I Y, lv 459, , A WILLIAM H. GREATHOUSE A. B. MACKEY, A.B., M.A., D.D. A.B.. M.A., Th.B., D.D. President Emeriius Presideni' 42-Year Facully Member 2I-Year Facully Member Economics Infereslsz Sfamp Colleciing. Travel Inleresis: World Peace, Economic Progress -I -I CHARLES CHILDERS. A-B.. M-A-. B-D.. Ph.D. E, DRELL ALLEN' 1'h,3,, gp, WILLIAM H. ANDERSON, A.B.. B.D., M.A. Dean of lnslrucli-on Dean of Admission and Dean gf Sfudgnf Life Assisfanl' lo ihe Presidenl in Developmenl and Chairman of ihe Division of Language, 4.Yegr Faculfy Member Public Relaiions, Direcior of Sfudenl' Aid Lileraiure, and Fine Aris lnh-oducfion fo Wo,-ld Civilizafion 4-Year Faculiy Member I3-Year FBCUIIY Member In'I'eres'is: Cha Iainc U.S. Arm Reserve PSYCIWOIUQY P 1 Y ' ' " "' ""s ' Y Travel I , ,gi ui, , I ii I H"-I " i,,Q:i,,, I ii Wu ii iii ii iii I- .,i 5 - , I I . I Si BW 255 :Iii I-I I li. I, -1. H. W I ww I IM. I III : iii IH I l DON L. NEWELL, Th.B. K. W. PHILLIPS, Th.B., B.S., M.A., B.D. LYLA T. MACKEY, A.B.. B.S., M.A. Assislanl io ihe Presideni for Fiscal Affairs Re9IS'ffi" Librarian 2-Year Facully Member 2I-Year Faculiy Member 32-Year Facully Member lnleresis: Fishing, Golf Chrisiian Educahon Use of ihe Library Inleresls: Church Work Inleresis: Reading, Worlring wilh Young People T?-,S .aa X if Illia, if A ' I U, r we ,ag 1 . I , gjgzgji, 1113, ...lglw -2. '51 Y ,II . I 5 f I .fr , X ADMINISTRATION EL. G. L. PENNINGTON, Th.B., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. TRAFTON WILLIAMS, Th.B., A.B., B.D., M.A. Direcior of Teacher Educaiion Direcior of Tesiing and Guidance 8-Year Faculiy Member 2-Year Faculiy Member Maierials and Meihods Principles of Counseling Supervisor of Sludenl Teaching lnieresisx Phoiography, Horses lnieresls: Fishing, Wood-worlring ii: ' Y W n-- - , I Lffigg? I I -Is, I I I 1 DAVID C. ERICKSON. A.B. ADRIAN JONES' Direcior of Field Services Confh-Qller 3'Ye'3" Fa-wl+v Member I-Year Faculiy Member Inieresisz Swimming, Golf Inge,-953: Camping Q I. I-X -I I I ., ki . N I . , -v.. 1 -331251. ' , ,, , , ,W ,I ..-.ua , , - . LLOYD B. BYRON, A.B., D.D. BARBARA McCLAIN, A.B., B.Mus., M.Mus. ELMER HEABERLIN, A.B., B.D., M.Ed. College Chaplain Assisfani Dean Direcior of Alumni Affairs I-Year Faculiy Member ll-Year Facully Member 2-Year Faculfy Member Pasloral Theology Treble Tone Choir, Piano Physical Eclucaiion lnleresisz Golf lnieresisz Reading, Cooking, Travel lnferesis: Oufdoor Coolcing my ALTA L. REDFORD, B.S., M.A. MAURY E. REDFORD, B.S., Th.B., B.D., M.A. 36-Year Faculfy Member 36-Year Faculiy Member Mafhemafics Archivisf lnieresisz Color Slide Phofography lnferesfs: Hisiorical Research, Recording HOMER J. ADAMS. A.B.. M.A.. Ph.D. c. T. DUCKETT, A.C.A., A.s., M.A. hairman of ihe Division of Social Sludies !9-Yea,- Faculfy Member I9-Year FBCUHY Member Home and Family Living, Academic Clinic lOn year's leave phabsencel Inferesisz Flower Gardening, Reading Inieresfsz Fishing JOHN A. KNIGHT, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. Chairman of fhe Division of Philosophy Chrisiian Educaiion, and Religion 9-Year Faculfy Member lnieresisz Tennessee Wallring Horses Y H T JERRY COSTA, A.B., M.A. I0-Year Faculiy Member Humanifies, Science lnleresfsz Ari ,W J., . or I s l ADRON H. PHILLIPS, A.B., M.A. 2I-Year Faculiy Member French lnieresfs: Organ, Flower Culiure RAMON R. UNRUH, B.Mus., M.Mus. I3-Year Faculfy Member A Cappella Choir and Voice lnieresfs: Travel JOHN W. Dlx, A.B., M.A. Chairman of 'lhe Division of Science and Maih 7-Year Faculiy Member lnferesfsz Raising Pekingese dogs, Gardening, Swimming if-Q.. are EDWARD F- COX- A-B-- BD- SYLVIA 'Y. DODSON, A.B., M.A. WILLIAM SLONECKER, AB., Mn. 6'Y95" FHCQIIY. Member 6-Year Faculfy Member 5-Year Faculiy Member H9m'Ie'l'f5, Music, Humanilies Public School Heallh Problems lnlereslsi F'5h""9 Inferesfs: Sewing Inferesfsz Peclialrics WILLIAM J. STRICKLAND, B.A., B.D. CLIFTON M. TAYLOR, B.S., M.S. H. RAY DUNNING, A.B., M.A.. 3-D- 5-Year Faculfy Member 4-Year Faculfy Member 3-Year FBCUIIY Member Church Hisfory Mafhemgficg Philosophy and Bible Inferesfs: Sporfs, Naval Reserve Chaplaincy lnferesisz Ping-Pong, Sofiball, Elecfronics Inieresis: Hunfing and Fishing HARRY RUSSELL, B.S. Ed., M.A. JAMES VAN HOOK, A.B. LOIS BLANCHARD EADES, A.B., M.A. 3-Year Faculiy Member 3-Year Faculfy Membef U 3-Year Faculfy Member Speech Men's Glee Club, Infrocluchon 'Io Music Lilerafure, Wriiing, Usage Inferesfs: Golf Inferesfs: Church Choir Inferesfs: Wrifing - eagle- 'vs' ERNEST W. MOORE, JR., B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. DOYLE BRITTAIN, A.B. 2-Year Faculfy Member 2-Year Faculfy Member LAZRSY Flgieif' ':iB"bM'A' Educafion Chemisfry ' ear Law +Y em er lnferesis: Music. Aihlerics Inferesfs: Bio-chemisiry, Gideons I era ure lnieresfsz Tennis THOMAS L. REID, A.B., M.A. LAWRENCE T. JABLECKI, A.B. HUGH RICHARD BAILEY A'B 2-Year Faculfy Member 2-Year Faculfy Member I-Year Faculfy Membgr ' lniermediafe Spanish Philosophy Freshman Grammar wrifing lnferesis: Music, Linguisiics Inieresfs: Colleciing Rare Books lnferesfs. Reading' Temfisl Journalism CHARLES BALDWIN, A.B., Th.B., B.D. BONIFACIO ERAUSTRO, B.S. MARILYN BALDWIN IRWIN' A,B,, MHA, I-Year Facuiiy Member I-Year Facuify Member I-Year Faculfy Member Greek Spanish, Science, Radio Broadcasfing Calculus. Analyfig Gegmefry lnieresis: Phoiography, Aniiques lnieresis: Radio and TV Broadcasfing, Missions lnfeg-6515: Music' Reading IYea'fA,Iac'fRH5f1Emb c. EDWIN LEJEUNE, A.a., MA TACKECHIKA Nu-so BSP Cable In Lbrar er I-Year Faculfy Member IYear Facul+y Member I ,f 9 +9 S than Hisfory Japanese Culfure n ares 5 Por 5 lnieresis: Siamp Colleciing, Collechng lnferesfs Sfamp Collechng Fish Culiure Rare Books, Sporfs ASA SPARKS- A-BH MA- JEANNE THRASHER suse- AB MA l'Yea" Fac.uHy Member lYear Faculfy Member Sociology lnferesisz Anihropology, Horficulfure ln+E:E:::nE1wl::ga'sEs'c MILDRED BANGS WYNKOOP A.B., Th.B., B1.D., M.Sc., Th.D. I-Year Faculfy Member Living Religions of- 'lhe World, Chrisiian Inferesfsz Orienfal Culiure STAFF MRS. HELEN VENNUM MRS. MOZELLE CHASON MRS. GRACE BENTLEY Secretary fo 'Ihe Presidenf Secrefary Io Ihe Academic Dean Secreiary Io 'Phe Dean of Sfudeni Life ,f ii, f' 'I X MR. LOWELL CLYBURN MR. WILLIAM GIBSON MR. HO-RACE PENNINGTON Mainfenance Direcfor Securify Officer Director of Food Services 'affa- m V I I M r u I -1. , Q I I IM : X i - ...,, Y w- ,- Y MRS. KATHY DANIEL, Cashier MRS. LOIS DUNCAN MRS. DEE DEE PARLIN Secrefary fo 'the Confroller General Ledger Clerk MRS. ESTHER SIMMONS, Prinfing Q-ff' H , '-1" ,i.i11ffil2fi 5' 'A' N Services MR. BILL KLAUSNER MRS. MARTHA GIBSON Direcfor of Prinfing and Posfal Services Mailing and Duplicaiing 'Nr mfff - Lp-S mf .gf ,N 41 ii . Q . Q, "Q yii . , ,. V, as H it V K. W A mil? MARY CORNWELL, secfmfy fo +he MR. aRENsoN sPRulu., Prinfing service. . MRS- KAY. MCKE'-'-EN . . MRS- MAR'-ENE Suns of priming and Pedal Services Supervisor of Malling and DUPIICBHHQ Accounfani' Wvrwf .r 1-- 1 'f I wmlz Zo 1- ,415 ,..-J 7 A w 4 , , . L ,,.. 4 'T Ai A i Q f T . I - ,-4 , , Gb Q S y9':., , i THE CENTER OF OUR ACADEMIC LIFE IS THE LIBRARY 5'-e fwfef-if S Many hours are spenf in laboraiory worlr. Roberfa helps Eine in fhe curriculum lab. 'K i x rruuu sa..- ii -1 7 Mvf 1 T s ur 1 wks Hn. ,L a 3 r' 'Rt D Lg Sn ,-f ,f ...W CHA YI Paul and his Sax. Classes CAN be fun! F-1' .,. , "Lisfening" can be very educafional. A W D I 1 . 1--x 1 V l af leasf. 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Treasurer 4: A Cappella Choir I. 3: Phi Bela Lambda 3, 4, PresicIen+ 4: Siucleni Educalion Associaiion 3. 4. Th 7767 S BETTY J. BAGWELL Charloiie, Norfh Carolina A.B. Educafion-Psychology Speech Club I: Trevecca A'I'hle'ric Associaiion I: Siudenl' Eclucaiion Associalion I, 4: Norih Carolina Club I. 2. 3. 4: P.T.A. Scholarship I: Chrisiian Workers Associafion I. 2. 3. 4: Missionary Prayer Band 2. 3: Chrislian Educaiion Club 3. 4: Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 3. 4: Disiricf Scholarship 4. DAVID J. BAYS Brisfol. Virginia A.B. Hisiory Trevecca AI'hIe'ric Associalion I. 2, 3. 4. ' rv JAMES CALVIN BAKER Lewisburg, Wesi' Virginia A.B. Chrisfian Educaiion Chrisfian Workers Associafion I. 2, 3. 4: Missionary Prayer Band I. 2, 3, 4: Trevecca Missionary Fel- lowship 3, 4: Minisferial Associa- Iion I, 2, 3, 4. Presidenr 4. PATRICIA WYATT BAYS Brisfol, Virginia A.B. Educafion-Psychology Music Club I: Easi' Tennessee Club I, 2: Kappa Sigma Phi 2: Speech Club 2: Trevecca Afhleiic Asso- ciarion I. 2. 4: Alpha Cheerleader I, 2: Siudeni Educaiion Associa- Iion 4: Honor Sociefy I. 2. 4. PAU LETTE BEANE Dunbar, Wesi' Virqinia A.B. Hisfory Chrislian Workers Associalion I 2. 3: Trevecca Alhlelic Associa- lion 4: Sfuclenl' Eclucalion Asso- ciaiion. 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Mem- bership Commiflee Chairman 4: Clio Sociely 3. 4: Dorm Council 2. MARY FRANCES BUCKNER Leesburg, Florida A.B. Educafion-Psychology Treble Tone Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Class Secrelary I: S'l'uden'l Edu- caiion Associalion 2. 3, 4. Secre- Tary 3. Presicleni 4: Kappa Sigma Phi 3. 4. Vice-Presiclenl 3. GENE BROACH Richmond, Virginia A.B. Religion Chrislian Workers Associalion l. 2, 3: Minisierial Associalion 3, 4. SHARON RHODES CALLIHAN Frankfort Keniucky A.B. Educafion-Psychology Treble Tone Choir l. 2, 3, Presi- clenl. 3: Trev-Echoes 2, 3. Feafure Ecliior 2: DARDA Liierary Eoliior 3: Dorm Council 3. DORIS BROWN Albany, Kenfucky A.B. Eclucafion-Psychology ALBERT CAREY Manchesler, Tennessee A.B. Malhamalics 58 JANIE ELIZABETH CARROLL Wildwood, Georgia A.B. Educafion-Psychology Treble Tone Choir I: Kappa Sig- ma Phi I, 2, 3, 4: Clio Socieiy 3. 4: Srudenf Educa'rion Associalion I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Easi Ten- nessee Club I, 2, 3, 4. NANCY ELLEN CARTER Ashland, Keniucky A.B. Educaiion-Psychology Kappa Sigma Phi 2, Treasurer 2: Siudenl Council Represeniaiive 3: Sfudeni Council Secreiary 4: Treble Tone Choir I, 2, 3, Presi- denI 2: Trev-Echoes 2, 3, Manag- ing Edi'ror 2, Associale Edilor 3: Music Club I: Dependabiliiy Award 3: Who's Who in American Universiiies and Colleges 4. ROBERT LEE Cl-IASON Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Religion Chrisiian Workers Associaiion I, 2, 3. 4: Science Club 2: Minisler- ial Associalion 2, 3, 4: Georgia Club I, 2, 3. NANCY CAROL CLEMENS Scollsboro, Alabama A.B. Biology Sludenl Naiional Educafion As- socialion 3. 4: Science Club I, 2, 3, 4: Malh Club 2, 3, 4: Trevecca Alhleiic Associaiion I. BILLIE JEAN CLINE Cayce, Souih Carolina A.B. Educafion-Psychology Treble Tone Choir I, 2, 3: Speech Club I: All-School Play I, 2: Kap- pa Sigma Phi Reporier 2: I-Ionor Sociery 2, 3, 4, Presidenlr 3: Class Treasurer 3, 4: DARDA Assislanl' Edi+or 3: Junior Marshal 3: Siu- dem' Naiional Educalion Associa- Iion 4: Who's Who in American Universiiies and Colleges 4. NORMA COLE Warren, Ohio A.B. Educafion-Psychology CAROLYN COLLINS Pineville, Wesi' Virqinia A.B. Educalion-Psychology PATRICIA MELTON COOPER Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Educafion-Psychology RUTH DOWNING Forf Mill, Soufh Carolina A.B. Educafion-Psychology Trevecca Afhlelic Associalion I, 2: Ma'rh Club I: Speech Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 2: Dorm Council 2: Chrislian Workers Associalion I. 2: Sou'Ih Carolina Club I, 2, 3, 4: DARDA Sfalif 3: Class Presi- denf 4: SI'uden'r Nafional Educa- Iion Associalion 4. WAYNE DOWNING Filzgerald, Georqia A.B. Business Adminislrafion Speech Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 4: Men's Glee Club 3, 4: Phi Be+a Lambda 4: Brass Ensemble I. GENE R. DUNAWAY Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Religion and English Trev-Echoes I, 2, 3, News Ecli'ror 2, Associafe EdiI'or 4: Speech Club 2: Debale Team 2: Men's Glee Club I. 2, 3, 4: Kappa Sig- ma Phi 3, 4: Tennessee Club I, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA COX EBY Nashville. Tennessee A.B. English Speech Club I, 2: Chrisfian Edu- caiion Club 3: I-Ionor Sociely I. 3, 4. CHERYLE STRAIT FISHER I-IERSCHEL KELLY FLANNERY Nashville, Tennessee Newport Kenluclcy A.B. Educalion-Psychology A,B, Malhemafics Iional Educalion Associaiion 4. Nashville' Tennessee A.B. Religion JOYCE l-HLDA FULENWIDER Minisierial Associafion 4. Loqan. Alabama A.B. Eclucalion-Psycholoqy Trevecca Aihleric Associarion I, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Sigma Phi 3, 4: Siudeni' Nalional Educalion Asso- cialion I, 2. 3.4. Ke 7767 S PATRICIA FAYE FRAUSTRO Nashville. Tennessee A.B. Biological Science Class Reporler I: Treble Tone Choir I: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Trevecca Missionary Fellowship I, 2, 3. 4: Music Club I. 2, 3: Sci- ence Club 2, 3. DON EDWIN I-IALE Mineral Wells, Wes? Virginia A.B. Hislory Trevecca Aihlelic Associalion I. 2, 3. SHARON ANN HALL Newporl, Tennessee A.B. Educalion-Psychology Trevecca Missionary Fellowship l: Kappa Sigma Phi I. 2, 3: Speech Club 2. 3, Reporler 3: Sluclenl Nalional Educalion Associaiion 4: Treble Tone Choir I: A Capella Choir 2, 3: Class Secrelary 3: Slu- denl Council Represenlalive 4: All-School Play I: Trev-Echoes 2. 3. Copy Eolilor 2. Managing Edi- lor 3: DARDA Senior Edilor 4. JERRY HOLT Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Hislory CARLA B. HENDERSHOT Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Educarion-Psychology A Cappella Choir l, 2: Men's Glee Club 3. 4: Honor Sociely Presiclenl' 2: Music Club 2, TED HOSKINS Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Enqlish Trev-Echoes News Eclilor 2: Men's Glee Club 3: Class Chaplain 4: Speech Club 4, Vice-Presiclenl 4: Delegale lo Seminar on Evange- lism 3. JAMES E. HENDERSHOT Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Educafion-Psychology Sruclenr Council Represenlalive l: Class Treasurer 2: Music Club Presidenl 2, 3:,Men's Glee Club 3. 4: A Cappella Choir l, 2: Cir- cle-K Club 3, 4: Scholarship Quar- rel l, 2: Trevecca Alhlelic Asso- cialion l, 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball All- Slar l: Soflba-ll All-Slar l, 2: DALRDA Sporrs Edi+or 2: Brass Ensemble I. 2, 3, 4: Who's Who in American Universiries and Col- leges 4. DARRELL E. HUDSON Charleslon. Wesl' Virginia A.B. Hisfory Assislanl Head Resiclenl' 2: Clio Sociely 2. 3, 4: Kappa Sigma Phi 2: Wesr Virginia Club l, 2, 3, 4. 62 SYLVIA JAMISON Thomaslon, Georgia A.B. Eclucalion-Psychology Music Club l. 2, Reporler 2: A Cappella Choir I, 2: Trevecca Alhlelic Associalion I, 2, 3. 4: Chrisfian Workers Associalion 3. 4: Sluclenr Nalional Eclucalion Associalion I. 2. PAUL M. JOHNSON Lakeland, Florida A.B. Chris+ian Educalion Minislerial Club Vice-Presidenl 3. 4: Speech Club Vice-Presiclenr 3, Presidenl' 4: Nazarene Evangelislic Ambassador 3: Scholarship Quar- I'eI l, 2: A Capella Choir I, 2: Men's Glee Club 3, 4. WILLIAM JOHNSON Bowlinq Green, Kenlucky A.B. Chrislian Educafion Chrislian Workers Associalion l, 2. 3: Minisferial Associalion I. 2. 3.4: Chrislian Ecluca'I'ion Club l. JAMES ARNOLD KNEAR Miamisburq. Ohio A.B. Reliqion Trevaclores Quarlel' 3. 4: Men's Glee Club 3. 4: All-School Play Lighling 3. LARRY W. KNIGHT Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Business Adminisfralion Trevecca Alhlelic Associalion l. 2, 3, 4, Presidenl' 2: Circle-K 2. 3, Treasurer 3: Phi Bela Lambda 3. 4: Presidenl 3. Vice-Presiclenl 4: Sluclenl Nalional Eclucalion As- socialion 4: All-School Play I: A Cappella Choir I. 2: Who's Who in American Universilies and Col- leges 4. PATRICIA CABLE KNOTTS Nashville. Tennessee A.B. Educalion-Psychology BETTY J. LACY M ilwaukee, Wisconsin A.B. Educafion-Psychology Treble Tone Choir I: Chrislian Workers Associarion I, 2: Music Club 2: Sluclenl' Nalional Educa- 'rion Associalion 3, 4: Chrisiian Educalion Club 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3: Dorm Council 2: Ramblers' Club I, 2, 3. SYLVIA McCLURE Grover Hill, Ohio A.B. Educafion-Psychology Chrisfian Workers Associafion 2. 3: A Cappella Choir 2. JAMES FRANKLIN MAHAN Evansville. Indiana A.B. Religion Minis+erial Associa+ion I, 2, 3, 4: Chrisrian Workers Associalion I, 2, 3. 4: Speech Club I, 2: Trevec- ca Alhleric Associalion I, 2, 3: Ramblers' Club I. 2. 3, 4. BRENDA MARRS MT. Hermon, Kenfucky A.B. Educafion-Psychology Kenrucky Club 2: Kappa Sigma Phi 3: Sludenf Nalional Eclucafion Associafion 3: Trevecca Aihlelic Associalion 3. LARRY M. MASON Wilminglon, Norlh Carolina A.B. Educalion-Psychology A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Kap- pa Sigma Phi 2: Chrislian Workers Associaiion I, 2, 3: Music Club 3: "Amahl and The Nighl Visi'rors" 2: Florida Club l. 2. 3: Norfh Carolina Club 4: Dorm Council 4: Trevecca Alhlelic Associalion l. 2. 3. SACI-HKO MERA Sa pparo, Japan A.B. Educaiion-Psychology Ee I. JANICE KAY MILBY Greensbu rg, Keriluclcy A.B. English Treble Tone Choir I: A Cappella Choir 2, 3: Speech Club I: Kappa Sigma Phi 2. 3, Presidenr 2: Tre- vecca Aihlelic Associalion I: Class Vice-Presidenl' I: DARDA Sialif I. 2, 3, 4, Edilor 3: Siuclenl Nalional Educalion Associalion I, 2, 4: Honor Sociely 2, 3, 4: Who's Who in American Universilies and Colleges 4. GARY FRANKLIN POWELL Nashville. Tennessee A.B. Religion Transfer Sluclenf: Chrislian Work- ers Associalion 2, 3: Trevecca Aihlelic Associalion 2, 3: Circle- K Club 2. 3, Treasurer 2: Minisle- rial Associalion 2, 3, 4, Reporler 4: Easl' Kenluclcy Club 2, 3, 4. wa W MIKE NORRIS Ora nge, Texas A.B. English Transfer Sluclenl: Trevecca Mis- sionary Eellowship 3. KAY FREY OUICK Elizabelh, Wesl Virginia A.B. English A Cappella Choir I: College Trio I, 2: Trev-Echoes Slali I: Class Secrelary 2: Treble Tone Choir 2: Speech Club 2, 3: Dorm Coun- cil 3: Trevecca Alhlelic Associa- 'rion I, 2. 3: Wesi Virginia Club 2, 3. MILTON EDWARD PARRISI-I Jackson, Mississippi A.B. Biology A Cappella Choir I, 2, 4: Science Club 3, 4, Presiclenl 4: Music I, 2. 3: "AmahI and Ihe Nighl Visi- +ors" 2. J. DWIGI-IT RAGSDALE Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Educaiion-Psychology 'Me 7767 BARBARA RASNICK Cumberland, Kenrucky A.B. Music Educafion Transfer Sludenlg Slucleni Narion- al Eclucaiion Associalion 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3: Treble Tone Choir 4: Music Club 3. DOUGLAS HENRY ROGIER Charleslon, Wesf Virginia A.B. Hislory-Reliqion Men's Glee Club I, 2: Minislerial Associaiion I, 2, 3, 4: Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 2, 3, 4: Chrisirian Workers Associarion I, 2, 3, 4: Music Club 2: Trevecca Alhleiic Associalion I, 2: Clio So- ciely 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 3. Sffnionf BILL L. REED Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Reliqicn Chrisrian Workers Associalion I 2. ELIZABETH SAVAGE Charilon, Iowa A.B. Educafion-Psychology Transfer Siudeni: Trevecca Mis- sionary Fellowship 2, 3, 4: Chris Han Workers Associalion 3. 4: Slucleni Narional Eclucalion Asso- clarion 4. Minislerial Associalion 2, 3, 4' LARRY W. RIES Allenpori. Pennsylvania A.B. Chrisiian Educafion Chrislian Workers Associaiion I: Chrislian Educalion Club 3. 4. ROBERT D. SAY Orlando. Florida A.B. English Men's Glee Club I: Trevecca Alh- Ieiic Associafion I, 21 Minislerial Associalion I, 2, 3, 4: Trevecca Missionary Fellowship I, 2. 3, 4. 66 L WILLIAM O. SI-IERIDAN, JR. Carfhaqe, Tennessee A.B. Religion Chrislian Worlcers Associaiion I, 2, 3, 4: Trevecca Missionary Fel- lowship 2, 3, 4, Presidenl 4: Chris- 'rian Eclucaiion Club: Minisferial Associaiion 3, 4: Georgia Club I: Easlr Tennessee Club 2, 3, 4. CARL SHERMAN Parsons, Wesl Virqinia A.B. Chrisiian Eclucalion Minisierial Associaiion I, 2, 3, 4: Chrislian Eclucaiion Club 2, 3. GARY WAYNE SIMMONS Elkins, Wes? Virginia A.B. Chrisiian Educalion A Cappella I, 2, 3, 4: Kappa Sigma Phi 3: Music Club 2, 3, 4: Speech Club 3, 4: All School Play 2, 3, 4: "Amahl and Ihe Nigh+ Visi+ors" 3: Chrislian Worlcers As- sociarion I, 2, 3, 4: Minislerial Associafion 2, 3. JOYCE GORDON SIZEMORE Charlofle, Norlh Carolina A.B. Educafion-Psychology Class Treasurer I: Class Secreiary 4: Music Club Treasurer I: Treble Tone Choir I: AII School Play I: Kappa Sigma Phi Vice-Presidenf 2: Trevecca Afhlelic Associaiion I, 2: Trev-Echoes Edirorial Ecliior 2, Managing Eclifor 3: Sfudeni Eclucalion Associafion 4. RAMONA SIZEMORE Independence, Keniuclzy A.B. Eclucaiion-Psychology Transfer Siudenl: Slucleni Nalion- al Eclucalion Associalion I, 2, 4: Clio Sociely 4: Kappa Sigma Phi 4: Chrislian Worlcers Associalion 3, 4. JERRY JOSEPI-I SKALSKY Dispuianla, Virginia A.B. Educafion-Psychology Slucleni Naiional Eclucaiion Asso- ciaiion 2, 4. V. GENE SMITH Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Eclucafion-Psychology A Cappella I, 2, Presiclenl 2: Trevecca Afhlefic Associafion I: Men's Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-Presi- clen'r 3, Presiclem' 4. JOYCE STEPP Greensburg, Kenfucky A.B. Eclucalion-Psychology and English Kappa Sigma Phi I, 2. 3, 4, Presi- deni 3. 4: Clio Sociefy I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 3: Honor Sociely 2, 3. 4: Chrislian Worlcers Asso- ciaiion I, 2, 3: DARDA Organiza- Iions Edilor 3: Trev-Echoes Re- porI'er 2. BETTY STEWART Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Eclucalion-Psychology Sludenl' Narional Educaiion As- socialion 3, 4: Chrislian Workers Associalion I: Clio Sociely 4: Chrisiian Educaiion Club 4: Tre- vecca A+hle+ic Associaiion 4: Tre- vecca Missionary Fellowship 4. ROBERT STIDHAM Peoria, Illinois A.B. Philosophy Chrislian Workers Associalion I: Minislerial Associaiion I, 2. GARY WAYNE STREIT Winchesler, Virginia A.B. Enqlish Music Club I. 2: Speech Club I, 2, 3: Siudeni' Nalional Eclucalion Associarion 3, 4: Circle-K Club 2, 3. 4. Secrelary 3: A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Sludenl Council Vice-Presidemh 4: Class Presideni 3: All-School Play l: Depenclabil- ily Award 3: Trev-Echoes Ac+ivi+y Eclilor 2, 3: Who's Who in Ameri- can Universilies and Colleges 4. MARTHA SMITH STRICKLAND Nashville, Tennessee A.B. Eclucalion-Psychology JACK L. SUITS Fairland. Indiana A.B, Religion Clirislian Workers Associalion I. 2: Minislerial Associalion I. 2, 3.4. KEITH VENNUM Miami. Florida A.B. Biological Science Music Club I: All-School Play 2: Mallmemalics Award 2: Clwemislry Award 2: Religious Aclivilies Award 3: Trevecca A'rl1Ie'ric As- socialion 3: Circle-K Club 3: Trev-Echoes 3: Trevecca Mission- ary Fellowsliip 2, 3. 4: A Cappella Choir I. 3: I-Ionor Sociely I, 2, 3. 4: Science Club I, 2. 3, Presidenl 2: Clririslian Workers Associalion I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl' 3: Srudenl Council Presidenl 4: Nazarene Evangelislic Ambassador 3: Wl1o's Who in American Universilies and Colleges 4. PI-IILLIP WAYNE Tl-IRASHER Louisville. Kenlucky A.B. Mafliemalics Class Presidenl I: Sludenl Coun- cil Represenlalive 2: Vice-Presi- dem: of Sludenr Council 3: Class Vice-Presidenr 4: Trevecca Alli- Ieric Associalion I, 2, 3, 4: Treva- dores Quarlel I, 2: Circle-K Club 2. 3: A Cappella Clrioir 4: Men's Glee Club 2: Chrislian Workers Associalion I, 2, 3. 4: Sludenl Nalional Educalion Associalion 4. PATRICIA VREELAND Bradford. Pennsylvania A.B. Hislory Clwrislian Educalion Club 2. 3, 4, Secrelary 2. 3: Clwrislian Workers Associarion I, 2. 3, 4. Reporler 4: DARDA Typisl 4: Clio Sociely 4: Dorm Council 2: Class Reporler 4: Sludenl Nalional Educalion As- socialion 4: Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 3, 4. REBECCA SUE TUCKER Greenville. Kenlucky A.B. Educarion-Psychology Sludenl Nalional Educalion As- socialion 2, 3. CAROLYN ELIZABETH WALKER Louisville, Keniuclcy A.B. Educalion-Psychology Clwrislian Workers Associalion I. 2. 4: Science Club I: Missionary Prayer Band I, 2: Clwrislian Edu- calion Club 4: Sludenl' Nalional Educalion Club 4. LINDA HILL WALKER Newberry, Florida AB. Educalion-Psychology Chrisrian Workers Associalion I, 2, 3, Reporler 3: Sludenr Nalion- al Eclucalion Associalion 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 4: Trevecca Alh- lefic Associalion I, 2: Kappa Sig- ma Phi I: Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4. NELLIE JEAN WEST Filzgerald, Georgia A.B. Educa+ion-Psychology BETTY WATROUS Sanford, Florida A.B. Educalion-Psychology Sludenl Nalrional Educalion As- socialion I: Honor Sociely I. JOHN R. WILLIAMSON Tuscaloosa, Alabama A.B. Religion Chrislian Workers Associalion I 2: Minislerial Associalion 3, 4. MARTHA ELLEN WEBB Aflanla, Georgia A.B. Educalion-Psychology Chrislian Workers Associalion I, 2, 3, 4, Follow-up Secrelary 3, 4: Clio Sociely I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 2, Presiclenl 3, 4: Slucleni Nalional Eclucalion Associalion 4: Chrislian Eclucafion Club 3, 4, Reporler 3: Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 4: Missionary Prayer Band 3: Who's Who in American Universilies and Colleges 4. GARY WAYNE WILSON Huniinqlon, Wesl Virginia A.B. Religion Trevecca Missionary Fellowship 2, 3: A Cappella Choir 2: Minisierial Associalion I, 2, 3, 4: Honor So- aeiy 2, 3, 4. 70 Dear Senior, Congrarulaiions-you have arrived. Thai is, you are now a member of 'rhe TREVECCA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. You can now help us 'ro perpeluaie The spiriiual ideals of Trevecca. We will help you +o creaie and preserve college friend- ships Jrhroughoui' Alumni aciiviiies. All of us will co-operaie +o promoie +he inreresis of TNC 'rhrough IoyaI'ry and aciive supporr of plans for advancemenr. Thank you for your suppori of your organizaiion. Your Alumni Association Council Howard Wall, President, confers wiih Mrs. Chrisfine Soyars, Alumni Office Secrefary OFFICERS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Howard Wall. Presideni Wm. T. Sloneclcer. Vice-Presidenl Mary Berh Ellcins, Secrerary Wendell Poole, Treasurer Claude Galloway and Nona Owensby. Represenraiives on ihe Board of Trusiees Elmer I-leaberlin, Direcior of Alumni Affairs FORREST FRANKLIN WISE III Nashville. Tennessee A.B. Hisiory Chrislian Workers Associarion 2 3. 4: Trevecca Aihleiic Associa iion I, 2, 3, 4: Clio Sociely 2. 3 Siudeni Educaiion Associaiion 3 4. LARRY WOODWARD Delroil, Michigan A.B. Religion X ru, gm ', 3 , JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS V! ..., Annelrla Osenlon Louise Sfembridge Karen Dean . . Roloerf Carfer . Roberf Duncan Ray Moore . . Cecil Cook . . Dr. Knighl . . 72 3 l 'x 3 l 3 3 1 :V 1 l . . . . . . . . . Secrefary Sluclenf Council Represenfalive . . . . . . . Reporfer . . . . Treasurer . . Vice-Presidenf . . . Chaplain . . Presidenl . Sponsor .IUNIORS Row One Dallas Ahnen Ann Bailey Richard Barnes Row Two Virginia Bawcum Lincla Baysinger Vivian Blaclcwelder Row Three Geneva Boslic Kay Brigman Jucly Brilrlon Row Four Cher Burch Roberl L. Bush Theresa Bush Row Five David Carier Roberl Carler Ken Channell Ji "TT:-r 'Eva .IUNIORS Row One Troy Childers Roloeri Clarlc Cecil Cool: Row Two Thomas Lynn Cook Brenda Cromwell Jane Crenshaw Row Three Pai' Danley Joel Daniels Mariha Daugheriy Row Four Linda Deason Marfha Doison l-larville Duncan Row Five Bob Duncan Zane Edmonds Elizabelh Edwards JUNIORS. Row One Charlene Elkins David Emlorey Alfred L. Fields Row Two Jeanefle Forma n Carol Frosi' David Fullcs Row Three Brenda Salford Shirley Givans Mark Greaihouse Row Four Joyce Ann Gumm Larry Hall Ronnie Hall Row Five Bobby Hambriclc Es+her Hanner Linda Hardin N -. N4 .-F' Y Q 'QV 75 c ,f JUNIORS Row One Angela l-lobbs Dwayne l-lood Wesley l-lousfon Row Two Alice James Faye Jarreh' Carolyn Johnson Row Three Priscilla Jones Jean Kennedy James Kesler Row Four Donald King Z. D. King Ruflw Ann Klinsliver Row Five Janei Legg Ken Leslie Gene Leviner JUNICDRS Row One Grace Loggins Sue Love Ruih McDowell Row Two Rod McKellen Herb McMillian Calvin Milam Row Three David Minnix Marla Moore Ray Moore Row Four Roberia Morris Freclna MOH Ann Moye Row Five Larry Nash Charlene Murrill Nash Jeanne Marilyn Newell JUNIORS Row One Dave Nixon Barbara Nunn Annerra Osen'ron Row Two Mary Ann Palmer John Peacock Ellen Phillips Row Three John Edward Powell Roger Rehfeldr Jane Reynolds Row Four Marilyn Rood Kay Sandifer Coleman Saylors Row Five John Schorringhouse Mike Sexion Wiley Shepherd JUNIORS Row One Elma Sheridan Larry Sherman Kennerh Sholfer Row Two Marshall Singlelary Charlene Ann Smifh Mary Ann Smilhson Row Three Bolo Snodgrass l-lerberl Spain Belly Sparks Row Four Jonalhan Sparks Chris Speer Carole Sfalcup Row Five John Slark Louis Sfaubs Louise Slembridge JUNIORS Row One Donna Sfephens Dianne Slewarl Thomas Sl'ovall Row Two Lafrelle Taylor Realha Thomas Mary Van Reenen Row Three Mary Warcl Lloycl Walrous Morris Wesl Row Four Carolyn While George Allen Whillen Judy Williams Row Five Ken Williams Sanclra Williams Nello Woodhouse Bill Wolring SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Esilier Cosfa . . . . . Secrefary Charloile Bullock . . .... Treasurer PaHi Jacobs . ........... Reporler Jim Moore ..,....... Vice-Presideni' Paul Belcher . . . Slucleni Council Represenlafive David Deese ........... Presiclenf cz'- -- :...' A "g"':, : ' '-1--f Fig... -.. A ., 1,9 , . S.--1-flex. ,.::f,:,fz...-foil 1 'fc .T ff: 'A , , -.-.-.1-.x-.,..,,,.',g.g, '- - rt- ' -S r 4-E-1-d - gg- L lg. L L-5 lil jo .. - ilif' 4. A Row One Larry Abboll. Sharon Akey, Darrell Baker, Al Baysinger, Lynn Beane. Row Two Paul Belcher, Barbara Bergen, Joy Bess. Timo- fhy Bess. Jimmy Bishop. Row Three Garry Black, Frank Bos- Jriclc, Joe Bowers, Marsha Bridges. Sieve Brillon. L Row Four Janel Brown. Marsha Brown. Bill Brumfield,I Daunice Bryner, Charlolie Bulloclc. l L l Row Five Jerry Bush. Louie Bus'I'le. Bobby Calclwell. Judy Campbell. Loren Carey. Row One Mary Casio. Pa+ Cawley, Me-rriH Chaplin. Susan Clarlc, Eslher Cosia. Row Two Sharon Cruikshanlc. Rich- ard Damon, Sandra Daugheriy, David Deese. Dwighl' DeNegly. Row Three Macon Dew, Loreiia Dickey. Leon Dodson. Wallace Dorn. Carl Draughon. Row Four Becky Dunlap. Don Dun- lap. Larry Dunlap. Jodell Edmonds, Dianne Enders. Row Five Carolyn Fisher, Don Fix, Harold FlaH'. Carson Flu- hariy. Linda Fox. SCJPHOMORES Row One Sheila Gibbs, J a nic e G-ray. Buddy Hale. Diana Hall. Jean Halsey. Row Two Brenda Hancock, Billie Harrison. Brenda Haris- field. Don Hasiings. Ka- ren Hawkins. Row Three Jim Heclcaihorn. Paula Hiclcs. L o n n i + a Hines, James Hoffman. Bonifa Holloway. Row Four Michael Howard, Charles Ingalls. Palricia Jacobs, Howard Jenkins, Danny Jones. Row Five Clara Kellison. Mariella Kershner, William Ker- s're'rler. Rober'r Killen. Parly Kuhn. Row One Joyce Lalce. Sheldon Lan- ham. Larry Lemmon, Di- ane Leviner, David Liles. Row Two Carol LiHle. Danny Lif- Jron. William Livinqslon. Elaine Lory. Ted Love- lace. Row Three Lillian Lynch, Shirley Mc- Clanahan. Sue McClel- lancl. Jerry McCreary, Janice MaHingly. Row Four Jimmy Moore, Marfha Moore, Marvella Moore. Thomas Morgan. Connie Morron. Row Five Walfer Molley, Max Mur- phy, Edwin Nelson, Pa+sy Newion, Rosalyn Norih. SCPHOMORES. Row One l- Brenda O'Neal, Byron Osborn, Sandra Overlon, Roger Parlin, l-l a r old Peeples. Row Two Dwighl Penninglon, Ma- rion Penlicull, Janelle Phelps, Bellw Ann Piclceli, Pafricia Piffman. Row Three Parricia Powers, Peg Quarles, Linda Quick, Sonia Ramsey, Nena Ras- nick. Row Four Richard Reynolds, Greg- ory Riclcey, Terry Rickey, Sandra Robison, Michael Ross. Row Five Li n cl a Rulledge, Paul Sammons, James Sankey. Dianne Savage. Byron Sclworfinglwouse. Row One Don Schrope, Charles Sealoolf. Myra Silver, Don Simmons, D a n n y Size- more. Row Two Beverly Smiih, Carroll Smilh. Gary Smifh, Har- old Smifh. Jim Smilh. Row Three Ozzie Srnilh. Emily Son- ger, Mary Ann Spinlcs. Shirley Spraclling. Larry Spralcer. Row Four Earl Sfaulos. Jack Sreen- b e r g e n, Susan Siiles, G e o r g e Slolces, Judy Sione. Row Five Ralph Sullivan. Sue Swi- hari. Bonnie Talberl. Siel- la Taylor, Oiis Thompson. SGPHOMORES SOPHOMORES Row One Sue Toler, Paul Vann, Jim Wanclling. Row Two Priscilla Warner. Bill Wells, Pal Wes+. Row Three Janice Whaley, Don Wiley, Don Williams. Row Four David Williamson. Arno Wilson. Jack Womaclcs. Row Five Gerald Yorlc. Freshman Class Officers Cheryl Braniley Jo Ann Fulwoocl Leroy Pepper . Sunny Leclloeirrer Randall Smiili Mike Cowari . Siudeni Council . . Treasurer . . Repordrer . . Presicleni . . Secre+ary Vice-Presidenr Represeniarive Row One Jim Allen, Bobby Andress. James An- lhony, Belh Archer. Kay Ashworfh. Row Two John Baird, Rilla Baker, Milce BarneH, Jan Barrow. Ruby Benson. Row Three Cheryl Berclc, Mary Bidle, Pal' Bishop, l-lenry Blackburn. Bobbi Blanlon. Row Four David Bohler. Caihy Booih, Joan Boolh, Sue Booih, Richard Bowden. Row Five Eugene Boyefl, Jim Brammer, Cheryl Branfley, Jimmy Bridges. Esfher Brown. Row Six Lynn Buckner, JoAnn Burneii, Diana Cain. Craig Callihan, Linda Campbell. Row Seven Bill Carler, Eddie Carler. Linda Cass, Bill Chambers, Helen Chambers. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Row One Fred Church, Linda Cline. Mike Cow- arl. Glenda Cox. Danny Darulla. Row Two Charles Davis. David Davis, Jean Deese. David Digby. Carolyn Done- gan. Row Three Kir Duffy. Mary Jo Duncan. Larry Eddy. Richard Eqnor. Belly Elam. Row Four Phyllis Ellingion. Berh Evans, Connie Farwell. James Ferfinger, Marilyn Fin- ney. Row Five Norberf Fischer, Mary Fish. Jim Fish- er. Bob Former, Charalee Freeman. Row Six Nancy Fry, Dianne Frye. Joanne Ful- wood. Susan Gibbs. Judy Gifford. Row Seven Brenda Glover, Mark Goodwin. Donna Gordon. Becky Griggs, Janer l-lall. 'EV 515-v -sf' A X Row One Ruih Hamilfon, Donna Harbold. Sieve Harris, Mary Harlsell, Belly Hender- son. Row Two Bill Hendrickson. Mary Hicks. Barbara Hill, Carolyn Hill. Judy Hill. Row Three Teddy Hill, Karen Hobbs, Loreifa Hol- loway. Sharon Holmes, Gerald Hoo- per. Row Four Dan Hummer. Terry Huilo, lvlarlha Hyde. lvlarlha lrizarry, Donna Jerni- gan. Row Five Lige Jeier, Gracie Johnson, J. W. Johnson. Teresa Johnson. Horace Jowers. Row Six Sue Kay, Dawn Kesselring, Dale Kil- lingsworlh, Ron Kinzler, Don Koieslcey. Row Seven Sunni Ledbelfer, Joyce Legg, Roy Leslie, Brenda Lobb. Arlene Longacre. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Row One Carolyn Lowery, Joyce McBride, Jo- seph McCaFfry. Bob McClanahan. Joy McClelland. Row Two Don Mcl'lone, Elana McKinney, Her- berl' McMillian, Charles McMinn, Linda Marks. Row Three Vicror Masone, Narhan Meaclor, Sue Mellon. Carolyn Michael. Melba Michael. Row Four Margaref Milburn, Sandra Miller, Alan Mills, Geraldine Mills, Larry Money. Row Five David Moore, Carolyn Muecke, Lin- zeH'e Myers. Caihy Newlron, Becky NuHer. Row Six PaHi Nurfer. Deborah Parker, Diane Parker. Karen Parrish, Wanda Parrish. Row Seven Marie Perrin, hlerloerf Penrod, Phyllis Penriculli. Leroy Pepper. Susan Perry. Row One Kennefh Phillips, David Piizer. Preslon Ponce, John Porfer. Marcia Powell. Row Two Refa Price, Failh Raisch, Richard Rei- Tano. Janice Rhyne, David Riley. Row Three Jim Roberrs, Becky Robinson. Dee Robinson, Judy Robinson, Marfha Rodgers. Row Four Linda Rogers, Roy Rogers, Nancy Rol- lings. Brenda Rolman, JozeH'a Rucker. Row Five Frank Ruclcman. Bryan Russell, Mary Jane Rurherlord. Bob Salser. Larry Sanford. Row Six Mary Sansing, Linda Sarlin, Cafhy Schoi'F, Roberla Schonhals, Verla Shaf- fer. Row Seven Sherry Shears. Jerry Shelley, Anne Shellon, Bob Slaion. Becky Smilh. PRES:-:MEN FRESHMEN Row One Randal Smiih, Carole Snodgrass, Lynn Spooner, Mae Spruill, Ray S+app. Row Two Gary Siephens, Becky Siokes, Doroihy Sireei. Jeff Swink, Lynn Sykes. Row Three Jimmy Taylor, LynneHe Terry, Wanda Tesferman, Gene Thomas, Wallace Thornfon. Row Four Dawn Tiius, Charles Travis, Joe Tur- ner, Sue Turpin, Derenda Vaughn. Row Five Dena Vickery, Carolyn Walker, Charles Wallace, Burl Ward, Bill Wafson. 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CAMPUS ACTIVITIES RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES fa I 'I' I II I 93 1 I Am We gg CHAPEL Chapel fime is a refreshing break in a busy day of sfudy. If is a refueling sfafion where each sfudenf and faculfy member may receive sfrengfh for car- rying ouf fhe commifmenfs of The day. ll' is a meefinghouse where fhe bonds of fellowship are felf mosf deeply. If is a classroom where fhe mosf imporfanf of all knowledge may be acquired. If is a secref closef where one can meef God alone. Dr. Lloyd Byron, Chaplain Sfuarl Frazier, Direcior of lnferna- iional Cenfer, George Peabody College 1, Norman Olze, Paslor Washingion D.C. Firsl Church Mrs. G. B. Williamson, Kansas Ciiy, Missouri Mrs. Paulo, K.M.B.l. Represenlafive 101: Edward Lawlor, Execulive Secrelary Thane Mmor Colonel U S Air Deparfmenf of Evangelism, Church Force Harvard Fellow Cenler for of 'fha Nazarene lnfernahonal Affairs CHAPEL SPEAKERS Cleo Mil Hospilal ,C ler, Physician, Miller Clinic Larry Abbolr, Vice-President Ellen Webb, Follow-up Secreiaryg Paiiy Vreelancl, Reporier: Mary Van Reenen, Secrefaryg Tom Cook, Social - 'N s ZZ, Chairman: Mike Ross, Treasurer: Wes I-louslon, Visiiarion Secrefaryg :',,-f-' ,N Carson Fluhariy, Presideni C. W. A. The Chrisiian Workers Associarion enables Trevecca s'ru- denls 'ro pur Their religious eclucarion info praclice while being a source of slrengih and Iighr To fhe needy of This cily. Concluciinq services in rhe local hospiials. jails, resl' homes, juvenile couri- and peniienjriary, Chris+ian workers are iniluenrial in winning many souls info The kingdom of Chrisf. There is an area of service for every person in singing, leaching. praying, wilnessing, or preaching. i 11' L Dr. Knighi, Sponsor 102 F3 -ugaani' ' Q ' M496 a,-.-1' li , f ., Loren Carey and Lillian Lynch enioy pleasani fellowship wiih a bed-ridden senior ciiizen ai Grace Resl Home. f. iw fe "RL --af' - f- r..-. E. A highlighi of fhe affernoon is when CWA workers like Janef Hall, J. W. Johnson, and Cline preseni fhe Gospel ihrough singing, iesfimony, praying and reading God's Word 'ihe residenis ai Grace. " vang'-1 1' - -lax AL HOSPWAL waspnym' 95012: ' 'EEE' -13132 Milfs! Tlaly I Talring 'Phe Gospel info areas of pain, suffering and disease presenis a real challenge +o Ellen Webb, Beffy Bagwell and Don Fix. Where fhere are hundreds wiih individual problems and condilions, 'ihe CWA 'Finds opporiunify for wifnessing, prayer and disfribuiion of fracfs. O Q f -fi el ,ig-',,, 4 aa . -S I in qs, , - i f : 3 -:': n . A U ii! c ,-. I . 'E J We .L . gl, K if 1 L. fx 1 We ww ul ns '21 . AD LAg --,- rings, li HY lf 103 Meiropoliian Worlxhouse merifs fha CWA concern of Louie Buslle, Dennis Knowlion, Max Murphy, Gary Wallace and Bobby Wenger. Individual problems, some beyond descripiion, presenf a sfimulus 'io CWA fo malre ihai exira efforf fo win souls. C. W. A. Carolyn Whife, Carol Frosf, Faifh Raisch. Danny Darulla, Paul Thornhill, Tim Bess, and Roberfa Schonhals pariicipafe in 'rhe Saiurday Sireef Service, Tom Cook, Marsha Bridges, Mike Ross, Wally Dorn, Louie Busile, Louise Sfembriclge, and Terri Eafon prepare 'For a service af 'the Women's Sfafe Prison. ',,.- ...fx 104 . -A 2, sg, Louise Sfembridge, Pa'Hy Vr Charloife S+amm, Billie H Mary.Van Reenan, Donna and Sandra Murphree in ihe of fhe Tennessee Prison for N lllli .games Sp-Inliey, Presigenh Wes llglousign, !Vice-1FfresidenTg 'T , T 3 T , 7 Cgrralci l.o3giJriis?yRepSfT?rgarlZ. wi PhillTglsi9VSponrsT:riurer The ChrisTian EducaTion Club is composed oT sTudenTs who express a special in- TeresT in The ChrisTian educaTion work oT The church. The all-school acTiviTies spon- sored by The club are The communion service aT The Upper Room, The EasTer sunrise service. and a special chapel service in The spring, . . l T ll, James l:3aker,I Presidienh Paul vJspl'ypson,DVice--lFresidenT: M S' . z . 1 Jaihiesa Mailqaqnfilgeyporfejrrjailgg Byrciscgiporiysbnr. reasurer Making The TuTure minisTers aware oT The sacred duTies They Tace, The lv1inisTerial AssociaTion sTresses The necessiTy oT The besT preparaTion possible. AcTiviTies oT The group are designed To presenT The religion sTudenT wiTh The goals oT his calling and To enable him To parTicipaTe' in realisTic siTuaTions ThaT lead Toward The achieving of These goals. The high poinT oT This year, as oT several previous years. was The Trip To The Naza- rene General I-leaidquarTers in Kansas CiTy, lvlissouri, where The minisTerial sTudenT may see The church's ToundaTion on which he will build in his chosen proTession. 105 f-Ae. F VW, .-..,. ,- .-11 ,- ..y , 5, , 1 , .q ii sigsasx. Jr,L....l!--.51..f. ,a h A " J.-. '-.-- if Q 6 Sii7l'f H39 X .' Ei ri-9' -'ff I n ' w-'LJ E.: LA -I c- ' EillHSherigan, Presiclerflq Tim Bess. Vice-President Ellen " . I 3 E' b h S , 1 Reyfil-iids, eiglffrlef, iiidii waiiffieLiliZii1uiirK.JaxV TREVECCA MISSIONARY FELLOWSHIP Phillips, Sponsor. Composed of prospeclive missionaries and all olrhers who feel an inleresl in foreign missions, lhis group seeks 'ro keep ilsell informed aboul 'rhe requiremenls for prepara- Jrion now and Jrhe responsibililies for service in 'lhe fulure. Besides sponsoring special emphasis chapel programs ar Thanksgiving and Easier lime. 'rhe members also enler- 'rain guesr missionary speakers on campus al informalive luncheons. As always, 'rhe highlighl of This year was The Jfhree day Missionary Convenlion in Jrhe spring. Rev. Owens, Dr. and Mrs. Leon Chambers H966 Spon- Mlss Dam' and D" Hynd' MISSIONARY CONVENTION The Missionary Convenlion of I966 was inlrocluced wilh The Theme "ln The Power of 'rhe Spirit" Our missionaries included Miss Jean Darling from India. Dr. Samuel l'lyncl from Africa. and Rev. Don Owens from Korea. 106 A l TIONS 'Wx 'Shia 51 I - . 4- QQ 3' Tl Keifh Vennum, Presidenl' Gary Sireil, Vice-Presidenf E. Drell Allen, Sponsor The Sluclenr Council is eleclecl annually by 'rhe Assc Sruclenls. The council includes eleven leaders repres dirlerenl segmenrs of sludenl inreresr, and funcrions as official body of represenlalion for The sluclenls To lhe minislralion and facully of The school. lvleeling weekly, members discuss and acl upon class and club aclivilies lal problems. The I966-67 Slucleni Council was inslrumen an all-school proiecl fealuring equipmenl for 'rhe new slalrion WNAZ. During The Fall and Spring Sluclenf Le ship Conferences many suggeslions were macle which been carriecl oul by rhe aclminislralion. acler I 'Th we -af Nancy Ca rier, Secrefa ry Slanclingz Prof. Allen, Vennum, S+reif. Sealed: Phillips, Sfembridge, Mclvlillian, Fluharfy Belcher, Smilh, Carler, Hall, Cowarl. Dr. Grealhouse serves as hosf during a "rest" period al The Fall Sluclenf Leadership Conference. 109 YH' 'lm-fs I Zf- Q- f Ellen Phillips, Edifor DARDA The official yearbook of Trevecca Nazarene College iradiiionally called ihe DARDA. Many long hours of have gone info The I967 DARDA as The siaff has hard and willingly. To give a remembrance of ihe halls Trevecca as ihey have been in our college days is rhe pose of 'rhe DARDA. ' Marla Moore, Business Manager Larry Finger, Sponsor ' KT '11 4' 7' Esfher Cosfa, Assisfanf Ediforg Louise Siembridge, Assisfani Business Manager Jane? Legg and PaHy Vreeland, Typisfs Brenda Harfsfield, Organizafions Ecliiorg Rufh McDowell. Liferary Ediiorg Bob Duncan, Sporfs Ediforg Karen Hawkins, Feafure Ediforg Ann Moye, Sporis Ediior. QW Mi- .wa x"S. YF' 5 Q 4 Y 'W qi 'Hi if K M ,T G u4'E"Lw gf in -9' 1-'xiii' 4:5533 Marsha Bridges, Rufh Hamilfon, Sharon Hall, Class Edifors Noi' Picfured: Jan Milby, Carole Sfalcup, Harold Smifh TREV-ECHOES DEPICTS AND REPOR MF HAPPENINGS MTI HHUI5 w -,fy l The Trev-Echoes is Jrhe unifed s+uden'r voice of Jrhe campus. I+ may be a forum for confroversy, a means of lcnowing fellow srudenfs and facully members beHer, or a calendar of pasl and fu+ure evenls. H' helps define for 'rhe srudenl where Trevecca is going. This year 'rhe academic slandards of Jrhe paper were raised, and adveriising and lay-our were again expanded. Top: Feafure Wrifers: Daniel Lii+on, Lynn Buckner, Jerry McCreary, Sfella Taylor Middle: Macon Dew, Business Manager: Susan Perry, Fash- ion Ediforg Esfher Brown, Assisfanf 'fo Business Manager BoHom: Page Edifors: Linda Fox, Rlixfh McDowell,P Gene Dunaway, Linda Marlcs,-.Don Hasfings, Paula Hiclcs A CAPPELLA CHOIR Thiriy-six yourhful voices were raised in song ihroughour Mississippi. Alabama, and norihern Florida during iwo won- derful weeks of choir four. The services were full of in- spiraiion and enrhusiasm. Led by Prof. Ramon Unruh, ihe choir expended iis eliiorrs io malce +his Tour one of grear reward in spirifual blessing. Professor -Ramon Unruh, Direcfor. Row One: Hobbs, Forman, Taylor, Hawkins, Deason. Row Two: Jerni- gan, Gray, Hancock, Archer, Frye, Phelps, Speer. Row Three: Brown, Moore, Shelfon, Dean, Sfalcup, Jones, Lory, James. Row Four: Bishop. Killinqsworih, Chambers, Belcher, Hasfings, Mason, Carfer, Mills: Row Five: Baird, Rickey, Parrish, Darulla, Cooper, Baker, Smilh, Sholfer. ,ii ,,, is s eg' , 1 3 ' '- -ie- , 1 A . . I' "Singing l Go." A Cappella Beaufies. 1. -f' Need Some Help, Roberf? There Will Always Be A Shoneys! 115 f F.. w' W 'gif H i 5 1 ,Y x, .. -,- V, H.. 4: sy bk 1 ' Q' 5. ffl 1, A -'U"'?? AV 'X" - Q- Q . 5 g 4 Q gg 1 'Pl :f t' 4 f1Q .V : 1 '-'t g b I' in Y K lxry L. ., + je! ff" l ' -' .., IE f 1,1 V3 lg, U 45 . SI! 'X g s N5 ' w I , 1 1 I 1 2 6:0 K . i S J If . if 1 . 2 5 Q V me , N 95591 , , . 1 - X - up l 5 CHOIR TOUR U.S.S. Alaba example of b m wif MEN'S GLEE CLUB Touring exclusively in 'lhe sunny slafe of Florida, The Men's Glee Club presenled a variely musical program. Wilh l'alen+ ancl The blessings of Goal. fhe men represenled Chrisl, 'lhe Church. and our College well. Row One: Biggs, Knear, Liles, Bowers, Ross, Rogers. Adams, Bess, Sher- man, Row Two: McMiIIian, Friel, Robinson, Hill, Killen, Smilh, Duna- way, Wallace, Sparks. Row Three: Bowden, Cowarl, McMillian, Chan nell, Powell. Lemmon, Fischer, Wells, Callihan. Row Four: Coolc, Rus sell, Bush, Downing, Wesl, Greafhouse, l-lenclershol, Johnson, Pepper Penrod. ' A ,.., 1227" I V - if iii YY . , Q- --U -.-P! , , 3 . - - N s sc-m--. lf: CC ',- L 1 ff Q- ,M l 1 Freshmen members ge? fo ride bicycles. xl ar N Carla and Brenda 'travel wiih 'the "MGC" as soloisis. The "+rumpef Trio" adds life io The accompaniment 'UH .- JJ ' Upperclassmen pose on moforcycles. , Q C .,,i': 'V SToyalI, Fulwood, Couey, Fischer, Bowden. Hendershof. Berck, Travis Pepper, Sherman, Chambers, McMillian, SmiTh, Cook, Adams. DirecTor Prof. Van Hook. THE BRASS BAND In iTs TourTh successful year This insTrumenTal group has expanded 'from a small ensemble inTo a brass band. Under The direcTion of Prof. James Van Hook, The Brass Band provided inTermission music Tor The annual Circle K Capers. in November accompanied The combined chorus in The ChrisTmas producTion oT "l-landel's Messiah." and pre- senTed a Tull concerT in February. 120 vw i -s TRAVELING GROUPS The Gospel Team. Seaied: Linda Benson, Dianne Enders. Karen Dean Sfanding: Larry Sherman. Sheila Hall. John Hell. 52 rr rrr The Trevadores: Herb McMiIlian, James Knear, John Powfverl, Dave Liles. R- kfff- r wir fs.-'J s 3 .T Ellen Webb, President Richard Barnes. Vice-President Sandra Williams. SecreTary: Janie Carroll, Treasurer: Janel' Legg, ReporTerg Mr. LeJeune, Sponsor. CLIO SOCIETY STudying The heriTage oT The pasT and keeping abreasT wiTh The evenTs of The TuTure. The Clio SocieTy is composed oT Those sTudenTs wiTh a special inTeresT in hisTory. ln order To convey Their enThusiasm To oThers, This group sponsors Trips To Tamous his- Torical siTes, boTh disTanT and local. They also work closely wiTh The sTudenT govern- menT Tor The purpose of acquainTing collegians wiTh The processes OT a democracy. 'leffaz Lynn Beane, President Charles Seabolt Vice-PresidenT: Carolyn Fisher. SecreTary-Treasurer: Mr. Taylor, Spon- sor. MATH CLUB The purpose oT The lvlaTh Club is To advance The appreciaTion oT presenT Technical compuTaTions. These inTeresTs are deepened by The club's exploraTion oT opporTuniTies in This Tield. 122 Ji J 'i i z l l .. 7-0.-...-T. - Y -ra, Q4 .XZ Y yi? i My E2?" f.iEE5A' ., :.: , :W in 1 ' , ,.-iff' HMP? 1 LOS CONQUISTADORES Bill Chambers, Presiclenf: Marfha lrizarry, Vice-Presi- clenl: Dawn Tilus, Secrelaryg Bobby Wenger, Treas- urer: Mr. Frauslro, Sponsor. The Spanish Club s+rives 'ro promo+e inferesl among sluclenls in Jrhe Spanish cul- Jrure, language and people. Spanish prayer-meelings and suppers and a Pinafa parly highlighf The aclivifies of This organizafion. all I -'T an ' li 1, i, ,.. 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' 'ua - : ffr-:'-',:' 14 7, 3' fs , Q .PAQY -.ffl lv-.f'aJ16i3,JAe'. .-. r 'sm s - 'f' - f .- -.-:- 'S ww SCIENCE CLUB Millon Parrish. President Frank Ruckman, Vice- Presidenl: Brenda Rolman, Secrefary-Treasurer: Gene Thomas, Reporferg- Mr. Dix. Sponsor. Founded primarily for science rnaiors. This club includes all sfuclenls who seek +0 underslancl 'rhe mysferies To be found in 'lhe laboralory or in 'lhe world of living crealures. The group is known for Hs annual 'rrips 'ro places of scienfilic significance and for ils inleresl' in campus beau+ifica+ion. 123 lll Don Dunlap, PresidenTg Richard Barnes, Vice-President JaneT LBQQI SecreTaryg John Baird, Treasurer: Mr. Finger, Sponsor. Chris Speer, President JonaThan Sparks, Vice-Presi- denTg Janice Gray, SecreTaryg Linda Deason, Treasurer Brenda I'IarTsTieId, ReporTer1 Mr. Van Hook, Sponsor KAPPA SIGMA PHI An inTeresT in The Tine arTs is The mosT imporTanT requiremenT for membership in Kappa Sigma Phi. This club has endeavored To enrich The cuITuraI 'aTmosphere oT Trevecca by inTroducing sTudenTs To piays, arT exhibiTs, and concerTs. Members are also encouraged To parTicipaTe in creaTive wriTing and book discussions. MUSIC CLUB Trevecca campus has always had music in one Torm or The oTher. God has blessed many oT our sTudenTs wiTh exceIIenT musical abiIiTies. The music club is primarily Tor music maiors and minors buT membership is open To all who are inTeresTed in broaden- ing Their musical knowledge and appreciaTion. - sr , I .' x few!! - "rr" QA gb' I. . Uflfny . thianvn, , " 6- Q . 6 ss , '02 .L 124 2 ii hail' X4 'lsr SPEECH CLUB The Speech Club sTrives To promoTe qualiTy in The area oT communicaTion, realizing ThaT iT is only Through This means ThaT one may live successTully wiTh his Tellow men. Each year The group brings iTs share oT culTure To The sTudenT body Through The sponsoring oT The all-school play. This year The club enlarged iTs acTiviTies by aiding in The esTablishmenT oT Trevecca's new radio sTaTion. WNAZ. Paul Johnson, PresiclenT: Ted Hoskins, Vice-PresiclenT Anne ShelTon, SecreTary: Wayne Downing, Treasurer Chuck Wallace, ReporTerg Mr. Russell, Sponsor. 'Q rms ARTS emo. . . BUSINESS CLUB The business club was organized in The Tall oT I966 under The leadership oT Dr. Parry. head oT The deparTmenT oT business. The club is Trying To become a member oT The FuTure Business Leaders OT America which is called Phi BeTa Lambda in The colleges. The club is Tor Those inTeresTed in business acTiviTies and who plan To go inTo The area oT business Tor Their careers. The goal is To bring The business com- rnuniTy's aTTenTion Toward Trevecca sTudenTs who plan To be TuTure business leaders. Serving The school TirsT. The club hopes To become a leader oT acTion on campus. I25 Fred BaTes, President Larry Knight Vice-PresidenT: Louise STembriclge, SecreTary'Treasurerg LonniTa Hines. ReporTer: Dr. Parry, Sponsor. STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Mary Frances Buckner, Presidenlg Linda Walker. Vice- Presiclenig Joy Bess, Secrelaryq Janie Carroll, Treas- urer: Brenda Harlsfield, Reporferg Dr. Penninglon. Sponsor. The Slucleni Educalion Associalion, Ihe college branch of Ihe Nafional Educalion Associarion. is made up of pros- peclive Ieachers. Members receive liierafure monfhly from 'rhe nalional and sI'aI'e organizaiions. making Ihemaware of The changes and challenges in Ihe world of educarion. The group funcrions locally by conducring regular meerings. seeking fo guide educafion s'ruden+s in Iheir specific Iielcls and +o prepare 'rhem for Iurure responsibililies. -f.. .. -.,-....,.. , :gi 1. 1, any , 5. ,,. Li Ee ' g' ' A .-J. .,,.?..L,.. - .. Sealed: Belcher, Secrelary: Moore, Wiley, Schrope, Vice-Presiclenfy Nixon, Presidenlg Slarlc, Fluharly, Dew. Sfanding: McMillian, Duncan, Mr. Williams, Sponsor: Cook. CIRCLE K Trevecca's Circle K Club, a seleclive men's service or- ganizafion. is affilialed wi'rh Kiwanis lnrernafional. Members are chosen for achievemenl' in The areas of scholarship, leadership, and cirizenship. The oloiecfive of fhe group is 'ro aid, nor only in rhe many phases of college life bur also in Jrhe needs of rhe communiiy. One of fhe club's mosr imporranl' conlribulions is rhe sponsoring of The annual Circle K Capers. a variery pro- gram designed Jro berler acquainl' visiling high school seniors wilh Trevecca and irs sludenls. 127 Q , ' ' -2 ji I-133' P V L' 5. F .-gif, ., P ' 13 K , . ,A ,- e -w . ' ' ' , . H , 5 .Aan uw. STUDENT WIVES This organizarion. composed of women whose husbands are alrlending Trevecca. sfrives 'ro build worfhwhile friend- ships beiween 'rhe young married women of The college communiiry. Meeling monlhly. The wives enjoy periods of recrealion and 'limes of exchanging helpful homemalcing suggeslions. Sealed: Marlene Suils, Nellie Baker, Joyce Snodgrass, Eslher Sim- mons. Mary Osborn, Mrs. Grealhouse, Carolyn Ries, Cheryl Nelson. Sfandingz Sanna Wells. Ruih Killen, Wanda Hellman, Charlolle Sfaubs, Jo Park, Doris Knowl+on, Nancy Say, Anne Hood and Glinda Williamson. T 'T TK ,Exe TREVECCA TROJANS xxx Ng' - U I 'Houma 9 e Asif? I Mimi W ii 4 I ,, "visgi"i, in ?. K' iiil. i -. sq I, 'S ,Q.,.nXl,i.,f: 1 1 ,' rif- aikx.. ,, ,y"cf'c'3x','.' ' ' - 1 x. . I! , - I I I . . . . , Title TREVECCA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ' 7?f7'?2?fi:iNk'f'lT-iff'-T TAA Council: Ozzie Smiih, Presideni: Charlene Smiih, Secrefary: Mike Sexion, Treasurer: MarveIIa Moore, Vice-Presideniq Mr, Hedber- Iin, Sponsor. Under 'rhe capable leadership of Mr. I-Ieaberlin. Ozzie Smifh and 'Ihe TAA CounciI. The aihleiic deparimenf has 'Iaken anoiher siep in aIhIeIics aI Trevecca. We would conqraiulaie Mr. I-Iealoerlin and his siaff especially for +he many hours and efiori Thai have been pui Iorih Io make I966-I967 a success. The New Look! xx vm 'agar ..vw... I 1 ,, "'A'.f. 5-4:45 i .Dwi .Yg - 'P ao- YIQHT Q?-6.X..mmT li Bei' ' ,aw ,. The road +o a louchdown is blocked wiih many de+ours as +he Big Blue move lowards The goal line. FOOTBALL THE RED AND BLUE MUD BOWL SCORE 0-0 Delerminafion can be seen af 'this wild scramble for flue ball carrier. The delermined Red holds fhe Blue iusf sl1or+ of lhe goal line. 'F ' UCI" T E ffllilililll ' ' T W mix ,..LL X V ' I -- ' ' ' " "'J" 2" 2 -"- '--f-- 1----3- .-. .. -A '. Y -- '5 ,, carrier. 'j. . -4 5' -,EE ' ff , l ,tv f' .N - vi 2 - 2? 'H Clearing The roacl 'For a 'Touchdown doesn'1 always maierialize as flme Red ball carrier is abou? 'lo find ouf. -Q ALPHA-2nd Place l2-lil This year's Alphas were sporring a new loolc wilh several oulsranding players gone 'rhrough various roules such as graduafion. The Alphas gave a good accounr of rhemselves in each ouling 'rhey parlicipared in. The Alphas lacked rhe manpower and leadership on The field lo slay in lhe race for lop spor in Jrhe league. Alphas will need a good drafl +0 plug up lhe holes for nexr year. Several onrushing Alphas converge on Gamma halfbaclc as he fries io go over the Ie'F-I' guard. we T .' C In , : , - ' v I l Q,-'fel -T - L, A... .. T: -?5Ti1iP' f X ' 1 i,g..'. V1 I 4, 1. 'f ' f- v, 'V . V Y A ,. l - '- f , T ' l - x . .i , N- fw,,,,a.w,2 " .256 1 1 Vw X -' . 4 3, gr E -fa -2 ,Sie-it . t . 4 T 72 9 Q.. 'az ' r "wp, 14- ng., .N ri. ' ,, we tl, - V. . V., -1-Fr' F 2 'i.'f""- t. -. . - 'e NU.. - '-., 4 2' 1 rrl 'f sy. 4' ,J -rf of giridlnyle-':,4 ' ,, 7,--'-'kg A-i-gf? , qw? 3" iff.. if v' H? ' , ll, -1 Il! f,lg,:5:. eve Q.. -,Xl 4 ' W 4 si. r .m . .fig !5"l' 'lf . QQ 14 Wifi' N. TY-5? 'Li -1, '.f"'..u3Al: ff' - -e-N157 H . Jw iii . -. 1 H- .1 ' - 1 P ir'a'35::Qa2i.6Z-efgkffr 4ag1?f ,T1,,K:R-.1fP.59,gx.r f!'fEf? 7 7 gfa,er5 '?e1 fi " ' 'L 'wg -.f QQW 451.3 4 v,+5f.ffv 'fg A Q, 'fee' 1-. My - 'Q weefef e?a"rmee,..+Q.2.s..llfE,'f-siirviitiaeM -'veiaigfi i' M 151 'len. Row One: Danny Carier Vucfor Masone, Fred Church Bob Snod grass, Bill Brumfield Row wo Gerald Hooper, Mike Sexlon Don Schrope, Richard Barnes David Bays, Dave Nixon, George Whrl l end. Newlon. Della man makes a las? efforf as Alpha back brealcs loose around leff Cheerleaders: Quarles, Warner. Ashworih, Spooner, O'Neal Don Schrope aifempfs lo block John S+arl:'s sho? on a driving lay-up ALPHA-2ncl Place l5-3l Wiih a few breaks here and +here 1'he second-place Alphas could have gone all of The way. The Alphas have come a long way and have shown real signs of becoming a smooih-working ball club. which ihey were. Conqraiulalions lo The Alphas on a 'fine season. Eze PE2:LCl'Bal3an Schrope, John Maxwell, Milre Sexfon, George Whil- Big Mike leaves fhem flat-fooled on fhis maneuver 133 ll iiifgllfff 'N "'l"fff,, ",, ,, 'i 5 ii we H wi W we ' 5, , is ' ,, M W ,,q,.,. M . " ,, T EXSEH? Q Fronf Row IeTT To ri hT' Terr Riclce I . 9 f v Y, DGSSS. Dave Digby, RoberT Thompson. MOOFG, Nolan LivinqsTon, Don l'lasTinqs, Travis, Paul Johnson. Ron l-Tall, James Leviner. Greg Rickey Delfas. Don Dunlap, Terry l-luTTo, David Middle Row: Eddie Parrish, Dave Wal'l'er MOTley. Back Row: Charles Rol::erTs, Greq Rickey, and Gene lefs 'Fly wiTh anoTher bomb aT The lasT second againsi The .-:,"'i- , iv I - L, ,Q glTi:r'g,',,,,..s5'5 iill-ii ,,,'i,,?A'?fefTT?fw"' i l' i i STL H My 3.W W. The wall of proTecTion Thai' Big BeTa line provided was one of The main reasons for BeTa's success This season. BETAS-Co-Champs T5-ll The BeTas had The mosT exciTing TooTloall Team To waTch This year wiTh Taler1T aT every posiTion and excellenT leadership on The Tield. Balance was The lcey ingredienT Tor BeTas wiTh good size, speed. and depTh aT several posiTions. They were a pleasure To waTch This year and wiTh many back Tor nexT year. The BeTas should conTinue To sTay aT The Top oT The sTandings. I34 BETA--ll-7l Last Place Though The Belas finished al lhe loollom, lheir record doesn"r do iuslice lo 'rheir ellorl. Lacking in heighl loul noi' in desire, lhe Belas slayed in mosl ol lheir games unlil lhe lasl quarler when heighl slarlecl lelling 'rhe slory. They gave The Champion Gammas more lrouble Than anyone and wilh conlinuing im- provemenl won lheir lasl game. Gammas find a hole in Befas' defense as Ronnie Hall and Dwighl Penninglon look on Hall and Lillon soar high affer fhai all-imporfanl lip. van. ' '-AA-, '-'WIT' X 'III :R TL' -- ' Cheerleaders: Hawlcins, Taylor, Parker, Vaughn, Gordon. Leviner :Q.i.V ' ' ' "Dx V, 5 .2 'Que-fu ' 1fT3ffG7-3 313 'T' 1 ' 4 Row One: Don l-laslings, Larry Sanford, Dwighl Penninglon, Ron- nie l-lall. Row Two: David Digby, Al Baysinqer, Forresl Wise, and Frank Ruckman. f YJ lim! 'HA-I DELTAS-Last Place lO-6l This season was a long one for 'rhe Della foolball Team which failed lo Jrasle vic'rory, They had several promising Freshmen, bul nor enough veferans To combine info a win- ning season. Wirh anucleus of good Freshmen and solid Sophomores, The Dellas are anxiously loolcing forward To nexl year. Randy Sco'H cuis around lefi end as an unideniilied Delia 'ralres oui a Bela wilh a good block. T? ak. ' 'E 1.13: age..-2 , sq. ,,-f- ,,gT:,i'1f-qi A Garry Black furns 'lhe corner as Randy Sco'H 'fries fo ialre on 'l'he on- rushing Beias. Front Row, leff io righh Jerry Cline, Horace Jowers, George Shipp. Jim Friel, Phil Thrasher, Jim Srepp, Paul Belcher. Second Row: Ken Channell, Ray Slapp, Ted Hill, Randy Scoll, Garry Black, Jim Lem- mon. Sheldon Lanham, Mike Cowarl. Third Row: Jim Brammer, Jim Hendershot I- ' Q-,Pala-, af-We-121 L.-f . Lil., , "W we V -4: iv T if-'ry 5 , W T ,Ui HM? Y A 'fx Q, A T i f i , V . , .if W.. ,y -lg: -,arg '-.. ' fin 'HA E Q j X 1- f i u is r 4755515 ww-nw,-v-4--w it . k i "'f'?:T-ww '- . if ' i is 1 fe '-751 ii ew ' - fir iff'23..:4'-WJ, Tlrff. 5 - ' 'giiff ' " ig fi ' .3 W1 ,fi gag-mi - '- .rm5r?-r ,N Q Row One: Paul Belcher, Jim Brammar, Garry Black, Larry Lemmon. Row Two: John S+ark,,Jim Henclershor, George Shipp, Randy Scoii. DELTAS-K3-51 3rd Place The Delras had 'rhe poieniial .1'his year of being a rifle coniencier wifh a big ironiline and iasf guards. Bur due io inconsisiency and heavy work loads, 'rhe Delfas could never ger iogeiher ai 'fhe same Time 'ro prove Their Jralenis. Cheerleaders: Hancock, Campbell, Tes- fermarl, Braniiey, Spinks, Barrow. Cheerleaders Milburn Fulwood Songer lvialnhngly Parker - 'y X' -,Al f, 1 -..- ! ,J J- lf: 'ca' f . Q.. y fr' ,QAQQ M , 1 , so ' 1 ' 'A ' li , 4 4 w' il..ii3.si'Al. . 'AUT rl, L A43 f Y ,. 6 .4 5 -- 'J-.,, ' di . A fr' ,, . . n I I, . . Y , W V T V Q. A F J ,1 i ' I J? v i '- , ' sm 1 1 " My-fi " ' ,,' . - , f f Vi' " " , . .' "NW-f. xv 1k'l.s'.' " .. r f A fc-.fer-4-fs ec i ' 1- - . V fi . 1 ' 1 ' . P . "'Y"k1'!'53t7.f i. , f..e 4 '. i, f ' . , , - , ir , , lsr. -3u?Jx-gf,i- xii: I . -, 'A'- . E 1.- ,v y 1 ,N , - " - ' ' ".' w.' 1 -.8-nv I -- U f" ", ' "M s ' -ra N- X Y-' -TBM rr- ' ' , .i . 71. .Q . -9 ' X .5j':" "-S- qi- , - v , '45 . M Q' . Lf r 'TV is .- r - 3 3-Q. , rf , 4, J , W ' fs' . ,E -is A ia H.. 2 y 5 ,V . ggi-LE'-f e :lil 9.33 . Q.. ,- f , x ' war' -, -' . V -' - , .: .N V 'L 515 ' i ' 57' - X ' EV" i 'iW.':f"i+ 'V 9 ' .4 , jp,-, .1 - l , rjjrf-+1ff . - i Q - U Q , ,,.i..i. 5,-J . ,I Liu, .QI . Q 5 rx flex-fkg1k3.5,.,,".,, 9 . r , Nl' ,Zi-.,,1 ,.,'F5f:'.f:.,eZ.I""'1c1L,-Ja-..9 .a?'S"-"-!'i'.Z4.'i The Underdog Red hold fhe big Blue once again in lheir bid fo cross fhe goal line, which saw nei- . 'Ther feam score. Froni Row: Phil Penning- lon, Ozzie Smirh, Bob Duncan, Jim Moore, Har- old Peeples. Second Row: Coach Penninglon. Ron Kemp, Paul Sammons, Ralph Sullivan, Larry Kniqhl. GAMMA'S-Co-Champs i5-il Lasr year's champs had an uphill srruqgle all year wirh several posirions being filled wirh inexperienced players. Bur They conlinuecl lo improve as Jrhe season progressed and The rookies uniied wirh ihe old vers io end ihe season in a greal 'ream eiforl 'ro 'rie 'rhe Belas for lirsi' place in Jrhe league. l I38 GAMMAS-l8-Ol First Place The TirsT place Gammas are a repeaT oT lasT year. WiTh Two sTarTers back Trom Ias+ year They combined wiTh new Freshmen ancl Upperclassmen inTo a winning Team eTTorT. WiTh greaT clesire To win and an unselTish aTTiTu.de, The Gammas we-nT Through The whole season wiThouT The TasTe oT cleTeaT. CongraTu'laTions To a Team eTTorT and a TirsT place sTanding. O'Mary pulls clown anoiher one as Thrasher loolcs on. Row One: Bob Duncan, Danny LiTTon, Don Wiley. Row Two: Dee Robinson Bob Salser. NoT PicTured: Larry KniqhT, Daryl O'Mary, Daryl Gilley. MWMWM, A E, .,!,, All STar Larry KnighT worlcs his way free for an easy Two. -ti! ma'-7.35 isA,,.:..,e-' 4 5 'B' Paul Vann, Halfbaclr, I70 lbs. i. 5439? , Terry Rickey, Halfbaclc, l90 lbs. 3 . n Garry Black, Halfbaclc, I95 lbs. Randy ScoH', Halfbaclc, l75 lbs. Greg Rickey, Quarferbaclr, I95 lbs. Bob ol Duncan Guard Lineman of he Year . . l Sporfsmanship Axgarcl, I85 lbs. 1966-67 FOOTBALL STARS Piclurecl: Larry Knight End, l80 lbs. Mike Sexfon, End, 2l5 lbs. Back of flue Year Ozzie Smilh, Halfbaclu, 2I0 lbs. Roberf Thompson. Taclrle, 220 lbs. ff Harold Peeples, Mid-Guard, l72 lbs. Bill Brumfield, Cenfer, I95 lbs. Waller Nlofley, Taclrle, 2I0 lbs. 'W John Maxwell, 6'2", Forward, Isl Team, Alpha John Slarlr, 6'2", Forward, Isl' Team, Della 'Qi L 1 . l' Q 5 Jim Hendershof, 6'4", Forward, 2nd Team, Della P.- Daniel Lilfon, 6'3", Cenfer, 2nd Team, Gamma v . Ai" ,l 'Q 6 4,3 1 . , , ' T . f 1 we 5, ff , x ji mi? Lf 5 1, I lil ww egg L, 1 .' ,. - L r 1 lr ll f H W 2,-L ly 'rx X K 1 i Larry Kniglrl, b'l", Forward, Sporfsmanship Award, ls+ Team, Gamma 1967 BASKETBALL STARS Don Wiley, 6'3", Forward, Mos+ Valuable Player, lsf Team, Gamma Milne Sexlon, 6'4", Cenler, Isl' Team, Alpha 1141 Bob Salser, 5'l0", Guard, 2nd Team, Alpha Pooche Davis, 5'I0", Guard, 2nd Team, Alpl1a Al Baysinger, 6'l", Forward, 2nd Team, Bela Daryl O'Mary, 6'2", Forward, 2nd Team. Gamma ALPHA: Sfembridge, Moore, Ashworih, Spooner Warner. O'Neal, Crenshaw. GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM BETA: Boollw, Williams, Fulenwider, Whaley. l-9ViI'19I'. Taylor, Vaughn. GAM MA: Bryner, D 'X T T ' Q 142 L A -,TA DELTA: Barrow, Smiih, Williams, Spinlcs, Harrison Beane. Fulwood, Parker, Songer. Kc: T, dd , 1 , HA 1, ? X , ii. Q P Q, I N l i il 45252. -1 asf? f r M .fr 'I .1 0 IEW. 9. Wu iwsa. X A Y W W, GIRL'S BASKETBALL ALL STARS rw--we Q, 3, in-.iw - Joan Boofh, Bela, Forward Lynn Spooner. Alpha, Guard Sfella Taylor, Bela, Forward Marla Moore, Alpha, Guard Jane Cranshaw, Alpha, Forward Sandy Williams, Delta, Forward E-rr--if," Brenda O'NeaI, Alpha, Forward M Lynn Beane, Delia, Guard IV' Swv? Louise S+embridge, Alpha, Guard Priscilla Warner, Alpha, Forward 'Nw Charlene Smifh, Della, Guard I A Jo Ann Fulwood, Gamma. Guard ,IL ga- 4',ai3u.'a:.-as 4' f ff, -f Z.: . .2165 -H mf . . ,sf , 5 :L ... We-" 'TL-5 541' .I X ' . ' 9 5 4' e -72' ,XL "slim We 11, -3' V sig S-gf!!-,lif",a:g ' "'5Vw 1 . ff? ' J, f , . Azz'-5' ,. 'M ,.,:,m. , ,' fi? 8... 7 L, -. iw Y Q ri 15 I ,sf 6 ek ia, Q J' ! 4i"': . . 3 U ,.,," 1 . G r 1.4 ' 7 - """1w1 'K - N 5' 35, D. Y- f g:,2,? D." ' .V i 1 -,T i ' I , f , ,, 9 " 1 r ' ff? . A , Li . .X , - - .1 f Q' , 2 fs. -Q- T ns? Q, v Fx ,f ,nfl 0 .BJ mxwifi i, :f 1vxq,..i, " dlffew-"v P, "Say i+, Linie, 'l'm pre'Hy'." ALL SCHOOL PLAY In Jrhe Spring of I966 The Speech Depar+men'r presenfed THE RAINMAKER by N. Richard Nash. The play, 'rhe srory of a 'l:amily's search for happiness and Jrhe near-ridiculous characler who enabled Them io recognize if. served as a mirror for all of us +0 see ourselves. our dreams, our search for happiness. Dog?' Thai ain'i no fiffin name for a clog." fi fi Q ai ? ijyY!'ll5X gg 1 2 fl-i 2 4 1 ' 'A IX , .N -s,D'x- ' 'I i 5 Q . I' ji L ,s s L i in il ss 21 f f "Nibulus Cumulus," proclaims Sfarbuclr. "And gefiing married's geHing married." vi v if -wx rf ' u Q 'A XX ,- ,, -f UT' 1 . .Al Hx it M! -5 Miss McClain presenfs a full-scale concerf. Graduaiion-a fime of soberness. 11 I ,r' 'LH Y ff- P' , '25 1 L. SPRING EVENTS lv 1' fl 'VW ' G -:W Wiz? Y? 'O w I 3 1,3 f. fv 6 . I' ' 5 v1 15? ' , D Q or T a A 1., :FE . l , sv 1 4 'TT M 4, E 5-Q 4 l . li-fm! M I Fin, sir E fi' ff' ,Tau-4, Y' s 3 v rf Mr. Spurloclrs ancl Mr. Gales gel ready for -the renovaling of fha Adminislralion Building. .xxlff H! -'wg 1,1 Mrs. Paifon and Mrs. Taylor clemons1ra+e fo public school feachers 'Phe use of phonics. SUMMER Teachers from surrounding schools ga Phonics in -the Teaching of Reading." 148 ACTIVITIES ihered al Trevecca 'for a worlcshop in fhe "Use of A f xmas 1: .Ll rv' M 21 I H, 74+ SRE :vga ,- . X no S - U, an , ' E E Q2 ff-wwf' ff, ff, , , 42 M W fight --new ,---iw , y E g .f,,,,m M, M "Line . up." 'HPF .pai R 4 Za H X Q-r ,. Nj n...,,..-,S as A. Y 1- jp The call +o supper. .4 'ib" . . Faculiy fake advanfage of cafeferla service. Freshmen meof iheir sfu- clenf leaders. Freshmen mee+ fha 'F-sculfy. 1 "Have you ioined fhis club?" 1-Qi Keifh represenis fha sfudenf body ai flue All-nleric breaking. FALL EVENTS 150 9 6 I' Building ground- ll? B l l 'wgwwiak 5 The Hoolenanny is a success for lhe Freshmen during lniliafion Week. Yes, Freshmen, we are glad you came. , ,L L Bob and David lreep lhe Hoolenanny rolling. The Freshman-Sophomore Banquef helps 'rho n feel welcome as well as full TREVECCA ARTIST SERIES The Trevecca Arlisl' Series began as a Slruclenl Council proiecl ancl has now grown inlo an annual series. Through 'rhe TAS oulslancling arlisis in various fields are broughl +o The campus To presenl cullural programs. The Ar-fisl' Se- ries exisls lo increase lhe sludenfs cullural appreciafion. 4.- Nelson and Neal, Ausfralian-American Piano Duo. 1 .34 Fislr Jubilee Singers, Fisk Universiiy -F H Eggs? ' Sacred Harp Singers, Middle Tennessee Sfafe Universify 4 1 1 i V 3 ui 1 wi 5 'Q-3 Paul Harvey, ABC News Commeniafor I 153 -3 gi '25 mf i The Home Economics Teacher if' se ' 2 ll . 1-zu. The Anafomy Class 1 "We are sorry lo inform fha Freshman class fhaf 'lheir services are no longer needed fo sponsor ihe Chrislmas parfy-Sanfa Claus is DEAD." ' The Junior Class successfully presenled a "School of Horrors." 154 Lincla shares some of her college knowledge. 'T l -Lg STI", - , 1 . . .hm - T I ,, ix -, ,F 1 4.-ZF' . Campus Clean-Up clay-lo impress fhe high school seniors. J qv. I F' , f ' . if X The Seniors enioy The banquef af 'lhe cafeferia. SENIOR , DAY The High School Seniors of ihe Soufheasfern Zone visifed wirh us in lhe fall. Their schedule in- cluded sample classes, chapel, :dormiiory life and enlreriainmeni by TNC siuclenrs. V I Thanksgiving ioday brin If 5'4- -J 55 rf-" sew-5 N 1- , 'kb f bffvfl gs many blessings, George Washingfon proclaims Thanksgiving a naiional holiday Gove and family. Q r l ', During ihe Civil War, Thanksgiving was lrepf as sacred. THANKSGIVING BANQUET Because George Washingion honored The Pilgrim's 'feasr wilh ihe Indians ihal 'lirsl aulumn, we observe Thanksgiving as a naiional holiday. The Senior class helped us io remember our rich herirage and our many blessings. 156 "l can'+ believe if!" INTER AT T. N. C. Q Ye 1.3 . iff' Q 1g ai'5Eiiif'41'-- . . A iypical Florida s+udenf's reaciion l'l"s +angible!" w...,b5 an-Q,.Niffi,, if V gl' - "I+ even 'lasfes good!" N 1813 1 ' w f 'P Q CHRISTMAS Jerry Slcalslcy as "San+a" ar Sears. Each year Trevecca sfudenis visii fhe Nafivify Scene ai 'Phe Parihenon Our Japanese friends enioy a free decorahad Orienfal sfyle af Cheelxwood Gardens. A- --4 The combined choirs and an orchesira preseni Handel's "Messiah," af fn life! The besf parf of Chrisfmas is going home! Chrisimas frees are an imporian'r parf of dormiiory life VALENTINE QUEEN Greafhouse and Dr. Byron' crown Marla Moore Valeniine Queen AUTOGRAPHS 7 Q 441-xg ,-Sl Ti '-'.....'-'. ,...- AUTOGRAPHS l62 AUTOGRAPHS I63 I05 IO6 NAME ADDRESS PAGE ABBOTT, Larry, Rt. I, Guys Mills, Pa. . . 82, I02 ADAMS, Thomas, l67 N.E, 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ........... ........ I I9, IIB AHNEN, Dallas, Orient, Iowa ......... 73 AKEY, Milton, BI5 N. 9th St., Burlington, Iowa 55, I05 AKEY, Sharon, Bellington, W. Va. ..... 55, 82 ALLEN, Jimmie, Rf. 2, sax zel, McComb, Miss. vo, los AIMMONS, Leonard, l03 Nottingham Rd., Warner Robins, Ga. ANDRESS, Robert, 4737 Hovis Rd., Charlotte, N.C. 90 ANGE, Charles, 4700 Indian River Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. .... .............. 5 7 ANTHONY, James, I2l4 l6th Ave., S., Nashville, Tenn. ......... . ......... 90, I25 ANVRAS, Somkiat, 246 Vaiiraprakarn, Cholburi, Thailand ARCHER, Mary, l02I6 Newport Circle, Tamps Flin ASHWORTH, Mary, 2858 Fourth Ave., Huntington, W. Va. .................. 90,l32 BAGWELL, saiiy, 3943 Tillman Rd., Charlene? Nici STUDENT DIRECTORY NAME ADDRESS PAGE BROWN, Charles Glenn, Box II2, Camden, Tenn. I05 BROWN, Doris, I09 Burkesville Rd., Albany, Ky. 50 BROWN, Ervin Lee, Rt. I, Alum Bank, Pa. BROWN Janet, 3800 Central Ave., Nashville, Tenn. BROWN Laura Esther, 2300 Fairview Ave., Parkers- NAME DAVIS, ADDRESS PAGE Charles, ZI50 Avenue D, S.W., Winter Haven Fl . . ..................... 9l DANTIS, David, 50I Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 9l DAVIS, Lloyd, Rt. I, Box 3I0, Princeton, mivisf 'sail2irIa,' 1l' Beunl Hu'r,l iniiianasiaiis, Ihd. BAILEY Jean Ann, l804 John Ross, Chattanooga, Tenn.' 73,II6 John, 69I6 Clovis Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. BAIRD, . ..................... 90, II4 BAKER, Darrell, 4406 Delaware Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ........ . .......... 87, II4 BAKER, James, Box 4I, Lewisburg, W. Va. . 57, I06 BAKER, Richard, l22 Oak St., Albany, Kentucky BAKER, Rilla, 4406 Delaware Ave., Nashville, Tengld BARNES, Richard, I26 N. Beaver St., Lisbon, Ohio . ..................... 73, l22 BARNETT, George, 607 Carlton, Caruthersville, Mo., BARROW, Jan, IOIB E. DeSoto St., Pensacola, Fla. aa, los eAvslllleeR,' LiilaIa,' l72'0 'vv.'l1'irsi 'si,,' saiifa BATES, Fred W., 5429 Princess Ann Road, Virginia Beach, Va. ........ ........ 5 7, I25 BATY, William, 2l2 3lst Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. BAWCUM, Virginia, Route 3, Camden, Tenn. . . 73 BAYS, David, Route 3, Bristol, Tenn ..... 57, l32 BAYS, Patty W., l27 Maple Lane, Bristol, Te1rLn.57 BAYSINGER, Albert, ll0 Neogla, Emporia, Kansas az, las rd, Fla. burg, 'W. Va. ............... 90, II3 BROWN, Marsha, Rt. I, Alum Bank, Pa ..... 82 BRUMFIELD, William, 2865 Winchester Ave., Ashland, lv. .................... 82, l32 BR NER, Daunice, Rt. I, Claysville, Pa .... 82, I4Z BUCKNER, Lynn, Rt. 3, Chattanooga, Tenn.. 90, II3 BUCKNER, Mary, Rt. I, Box 4l2, Leesburg,3FIE6 BULLOCK, Charlotte, Rt. 3, Laurel, Miss. . . 20, 82 BURCH, Chet, 533 Follett Rd., Warren, Pa. . . . 73 BURNETT, Jo Ann, 6832 Barton Road, Hyattsville, Md. .................... IZ, 90 BUSH, Jerry, Rt. 5, Titton, Ga. ...... 86, l06 BUSH, Robert, 22l3 Kingsland Ave., Orlandoi Fllad lausl3l,'flidrdsa, '3745 iia'a'Fea' lzdad,'la'iiEia'sian,'M?5 BUSTLE, 'Lbuia, 'Ri 'l,' vsisaillas, 'liHd'. li2,' I03 CAIN, Diana, 895 Congress Ave., Cincinnati, Isihgg cALbvveLi.,' Bobby' Ray,' Rt: i,' limi 'lI'9,' bakman. ci'Cli'lH.sil,' i.i..,'i0i 'l-.-sl.g......g 's..ili..:l,' M2 C'5LF'fi5'?-f ?"?"?"E 7'?"f f"'f'S'?'?"?-f F'?l"'?3i. 'iii CALVIN, Dorris B., 5024 Timberhill Dr., Nashville, CAMPBELL, Judy, Rt. 3, Box 49, Jamestown, Ky. CAMPBELL, Linda, Rt. 8, Box I40, Roanolga. cnllzevf Alba.-lj 'ali 'rlsfiiiiiii 'Laiiaf 'Manaliaslan Tenn. ................... 58, I49 CAREY, Loren, 8l2 Perrigin Lane, Manchester, gengli cARizoL'L,' Janie, 'wil'dQaba, 'claim-Zgia 59,' lzz CARTER, David, Old Hickory, Tenn. ...... 73 CARTER, William, l906 Keystone Ave., Albany, Ga. . ................. 90, I05 cAlRie'R,' J. Rohan, Ri. 5, sax ll1, Columbus, Miss. DEAN,' lZaiaH,'1il2s vv?iiQhi,'Jlss'ksbiIvi'lla,'ria. 12' II4 DEASON, Linda, l5l2 Norvell Ave., NashvilIei4TennA . . .................... , l DEESE, David, B773 8th Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.l 6 DEESE, Jean, 8773 8th Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. . 9I DeNEGLY, Dwight, Wrens, Georgia . . . . . I7, 83 DEW, Macon, 328 W. Holt St., Burlington, gl.C.I2 a,l DICKEY, John, Rt. I, Cottondale Ala ...... I25 olclcev, Loretta, Rt. l, Cottondale, Ala. . . . sa DICKEY, Shirley, Rt. I, Cottondale, Ala. DIGBY, David, Il92 Sue Lane, Decatur, Ga. . 9I, l5l DODSON, E. Leon, Rt. I, Box I3, Sanford, Fla. 83 DIXON, Everett, Rt. l, lronton, Ohio DCEINALDSON, Sharon, Rt. 3, Box 406, Merritt Island, a. DC1?N'EGAN, Carolyn, I04 Faith Dr., Clarksvillgf enn. ..... . ............. . . DORN, Wallace, 33l6-B Ottawa St., Charleston Heights, S.C. ...... .... . aa, lo4 DOTSON, Martha, Rt. 5, Tifton, Ga. ...... 74 DOWNING, L. Ruth, IO7 Harris, Ft. Mill, S.C. so, l2s DOWNING, Wayne, 408 W. Central, Fitzgeraladl, DRAUGI-ION, 'cfaflf l'l3' vvissi clear: 'Durliang3'NS6 DUFFY, icaflirynf 3962'saj vlsia, 'Tampa,'Fia.. '. 9l DUNAWAY, Gene, l404 Beniamin Ave., Nazi-lviIIlfi Tenn. . DUNCAN, DUNCAN ouNcAN Harville, 723 Power Ave., Nashville, Tanya Maiy, tot 21ih'st.,' viiimiaf vvf va'. .' .' vi Robert, 2608 Fairfax, Indianapoligh DU'NI.AP, 'o2m', 'sl'o'er6v1s 'si.,' Masala Slloalg5'A1lZi DUNLAP, 'Larty,' 'Lanca'ster, Charleston, Va. I6 B3 . ..............,......... 37 BEANE, K. Paulette, I304 Lightner Ave., Dunbar. w. va. . ................. 23, sa BEANE, R. Lynn, l304 Lightner Ave., Dunbar, V32 lalshcl-iEiz,'wil'liam, '4io Cinrlainon'Dr., Satellite Beach, Fla. . ................... 43, 82 BENSON, Ruby, Parthenon, Arkansas ..... . 90 BERCK, Cheryl, I730 Loch Lomond Trail, Atlanta. Ga .................... . . . . 90 BESCK, Kenneth, I730 Loch Lomond Trail, Atlanitgb aERfrJEN,' iaatliaiaf 'lallsiisiiiliaf 'Georgia sz BESS, A. Timothy, 652 Columbia Drive, Lima, Ohio az, los BESS, Beverly Joy, 652 Columbia Drive, Lima43Ohga3 BIDLE,'Maiy, issl 'I4tli sij NL sif liaiaiseuig, Fla. so BIGGS, Donny, 422 Highland Ave., Lewisburghgenzta BISI-lO'P,' James, 'efioi 'Futura 'Dia' Nashvillahtangi BISH'O'P,' liaisy, 'alilfi ciasslsni 'oi.,' cihsinhatiio'ol:gZ BLACK, eariyf riff S, 'Box'66, 'aiaiiibm Alaf. si, I37 BLACKBURN, George, Box 4l6, Robertsdale, Ala. 90 BLACKWELDER, Vivian, Route I, Sutton Road, Fort Mill, S.C. ................. I9, 73 BLANTON, Bobbie, l957 Midvale, Ypsilanti, Michigan CARTE'R,' 73, II4 James D., 2624 E. Montgomery, Lake City, Fl . ...................... l32 CARETER, Kathryn Anne, Rt. I, Box 5l2, Byron, Ga. CARTER, Kelly R., 5004 Maryville, Louisville, Ky. 72 CARTER, Leon, Rt. I, Box 5I2, Byron, Ga ..... 90 DU'N'LAP, nAb'a6aa,'li+.' ifsbii 2237,'Cairo, ea. nu'Nsorl . sa, ll6 CARTER, . ................ ...... 4 7, 59 CASS, Linda, Rt. I, Signal Mountain, Tenn. 90, 98 CASTO, Mary, 408 7th Street, Belle, W. Va. . I6, 83 CAWLEY, Patricia, R+. l, Galena, ohio . . es, los CHAMBERS, Helen, I4203 S.W. 260th St., Narania. Nancy, 3430 Morgan Ave., Ashland, Ky. Fla. .................. . . 90 CHAMBERS, William, I05 N.W. 4th Ave., Home- stead, Fla. ................ 90, IO6 CHANNELL, Kenneth, l9l0 W. Belmont St., Pensa- cola, Fla. ................ II8, I36 CHAPLIN, Merritt, lndianola, Iowa ....... 83 CHASON, Robert, Rt. 2, Bainbridge, Ga. . 59, I05 CHATFIELD, Gerald, l20 Bane Dr., Smyrna, Tenn. CHILDERS, A. Troy, 4I Godby St., Logan, W5 Va CHURCH, Charles, Box 736, Welch, W. Va. 9l, I32 CLARK, Carol, Rt. 2, Box 37I, Charleston, W. Va. 73 l06 90, I22 BLOWERS, Bruce, intercession City, Fla. BOHLER, Grank, 2l32 Beech Ave., Macon, Ga. 90, I49 BOOTH, Catherine, II20 E. Riverview, Belle, W. V36 BOOTH, H. Joan, l2B9 S.W. 2Ist Ave., Gainesville, Fla. .................... 90, l42 BOOTH, Sue Joyce, 520 Avenue K, N.W., Winter Haven, Fla. .................. 90 BOSTIC, Geneva, 9l6 Mulberry, Loudon, Tenn. BOSTICK, James, 'vvuiil'aiid, kaniuckt si, l22 BOWDEN, Richard, 9747 Carbondale Dr., W. Jack- sonville, Fla. ............... IB, 99 BOWERS, Joe, 70I N. Buchanan, Little Rocgi BOWERS, 'MaEy'Aim,'MabialJaia,' Ailiailsas . .' ll9 BOYEIT. Herman, 702 Pendergest, Waycross, Ga. 90 BRADLEY. Darlene, 553 Parker Rd., Sarver, Pa. BRAMMER, James, l607 Fletcher Ave., Dunbar, V36 BRANTLEY, Cheryl, 536 Avenue G, S.E., Winter Haven, Fla ................. 89, II6 BRIDGES, James, Route l, Vinemont, Ala. . . . 90 BRIDGES, Marsha, Rt. I, Box 348-A, Ocala, Fla. BRIGMAN, Kay, I200 Cheshire Ave., Charlotte, BRITTON, '7366 Geol:gia'Ave.,'Detroit, Miclligfag lalzlriotsi, 'vvaiiar,'ii+.' ll l-lamiiigQfay,' S.C.' .' .' .' az BEOACH, C. Eugene, 3220 Kingsland Rd., Richmongi a. ...................... . CLARK, Raymond, Rt. 3, Kingston Springs, Tenn. 74 CLEMENS, Nancy, Rt. 2, Scottsboro, Ala. . . 23, 59 CLINE, Billie, P.O. Box 281, Cayce, S.C. . . 45, 59 CLINE, Jerry, 4l7 Beaty, Bowling Green, Ky. . . I36 CLINE, Linda, I439 Gardenshire, Signal Mountain, Tenn. ................... 9I, 98 COLE, Norma, 2280 Overland Ave., Warren, Ohio 59 COLLINS, Carolyn, Box 268, Pineville, W. Va. . . 60 COOK, Cecil, Kennesaw, Ga. ....... 74, I27 COOK, Thomas, 8I7 Henderson Ave., Rossvilgi CCC-EOPER, Kenneth, I03 Spring St., Warner Robifllsa a. ..................... . COOPER, Patricia, Ponta Gorda, Fla. ...... . 60 COSTA, Esther, 506 Chesterfield Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ................,.. 45, B3 COUEY. Kenneth, 2747 Pasco Lane, Atlanta, Ga. l20 COWART, Myrick, Rt. 2, Box 566-A, Augustaal, COX, Glenda, I05 McCrory St., Cordova,9fAlaio6 CRANSHAW, Jane, I5I2 Carpenter St., Brunswick. Ga. ............... ..... 7 4, I43 CROMWELL, Brenda, Burrville, Tenn. ..... 74 CRUIKSHANK, Sharon, l453 Lakeside Road, Va. Beach, Va. .................. B3 CULLEN, Donna, 22520 S.W. I34th Ave., Goulds, Fla. DAMON, Richard, Rt. 2, Council Bluffs, Iowa. . B3 DANLEY. Patricia, Olivet Nazarene College, Kankgl kee, Ill. ................... . DANIEL, Joel, P.O. Box I03, Jasper, Ala. . . . 74 DARULLA, Daniel, 2220 Main Street, Wellsburg, W. Va. .................... 9I, I04 DAUGHERTY, Sandra, Rt. 2, Myers Road, Shelby, Ohio ...................... 83 DAUGHTRY, Martha, Rt. I, Whites Creek, Tenn. 74 DAVJS, Barbara Jean, 9II Main Street, Brookville, n . I64 , siaislfsii, 'RL 'l,' Laiia'vi2a.J, 'ohib' EATON, Terri, l03 Brownlis Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. .................... IB, I05 EBY, Martha, l68l5 Fleetwood Dr., Nashville, Tenzd Eobv, ' Larryl ZI1 'N'. '1f'li 'Avs.,' l5aFkar'6ify,' vas: EoMoNbs, 1lsSdall', ki. 'I,'Dutton,' Alaf .' .' . . I aa EDMONDS, Zane, Rt. I, Dutton, Ala. . . . 74, l24 EIENARDS, Elizabeth, 2300 N.W. BB St., a. ................... . EGNOR, Richard, 97 oadby sf., Logan, W.2Xa.9I ELAMK Betty, Butfalo' Stl, 'Wyko'm, 'Bii'mingh'ar:ili ELKi'rfls,'cih.ariaiiaf bayiaFl,'liy.' I I I I I I I '23, 43 ELKINS, James Dayton, Ky. ELLINGTON, Phyllis, 207 Laurel Hill Dr., Burlington, N.C. .................... 22, 9I EMBREY, David, Catlett, Va. ......... 75 ENDERS, Dianne, 2620 Louisiana Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 83, l2l ENLGLAND, Karen, 3832 Forrest Blvd., Jacksonvilllfa EvAaNs, 'eliialsa+h', 's'l1' Ridgeway' Rciad,' rail-iiala, Ala. ................... 9l, l06 FARWELL, Constance, 4538 Oxford St., West Palm Beach, Fla. ..... .... ...... 9 l , II6 FELTINGER, James, Rt. I, Box 500-M, Panama Citgi B. a.................... . FIELDS, Alfred, Richardsville, Ky. ..... 75 I05 FIPIJNEY, Marilyn, I595 sent Ava. N., sl. Petersburgi a. ..... .... ............ . FISCHER, Norbert, 723 Hansford St., St. Albans, W. Va. .................. 9I, II9 FISH Mary, Box 323, Zephyrhills, Fla. ..... 9l FISHER, James, 842I S.W. I84, Terrace, Miami, Flsi Flsl-leli, caialyii, 'aili Williamsburg, ' l-iuEiisvi'llg,'AIlgi Flsl-l'eli, 'vvaltal-,' 842i 'sivvf ls-4' fahaaa, 'Miamif' Fla. FIX, Don, McConnelsburg, Pa. ........ 4I, B3 FLANNERY, Kelly, 28 W. Ilth St., Newport, Ky. 6l FLATT, Harold, 52 Paris Ave., Nashville, Tenn.. 83 FLUHARTY, Carson, 3300 Overbrook Dr., Weirton, W. Va. ......... ' ......... 45, 83 FORMAN, Jeanette, Box 333, Langley, S.C.. . 75,- II4 FORMET, Robert, 689i Hillway, North Canton, Ohac: FOR'l'UN'E,' i..' E:liflBii', 'lioi 'Msoavbsir 'Pika,'lflash- ville, Tenn. FOX, Linda, Box 22, Victoria, Va. ...... 45, 83 FOX, Ray, 338 Dalewood, Roanoke, Va. FRI-AUSTRO, Patricia, 229 Wallace Road, Nashvillgi enn. .................... . FREEMAN, Charalee, 822 Ninth St., West, Hunting- ton, W. Va. ................. 9l FRIEL, James, 844 E. Main St., Plainfield, Iliad. '35 most, Carol,' liali 'ls1,'rlalliyille', 'M'icii.' . . 20, 75 FRY, Nancy, 705 River Heights, Tampa, Fla. 9I, I24 NAME ADDRESS PAGE FRYE, Dianne, 3970 Conley St., College Parisi FULENWIDER'J'oyce,'Rt.-I,' Logan,'A1a...'. ai, 142 FULKS, David, 2091 Lee Dr., Akron, Ohio . . 75, I05 FULWOOD, Jo Anne, 625 N.E. 6th Street, Gaines- ville, Fla. ........,........ 3, 91 GALFORD, Brenda, Marllnran, w. va. . . . 23, 75 GALFORD, Janice, Marlinton, W. Va. . . . 23, 105 GALLOWAY, Jack, Houston, Miss. GAWTHORP, Wayland, Rl. l, Decherd, Tenn. 61, 105 GIBBS, Sheila, 802 E. Riverview Dr., Belle, W. VSA GIBBS, susan .802-Ei Rivei'view.Di.,.Be1le, wi va. 91 GIBSON, William, Rf. 4, Albany, ea. GIFFORD, Judy, 315 Meridian Sl., Nashville, Tenn. GILLEY, Daryl, Rt. 2, Kensington, Ga. GIVANS, Shirley, 6409 Sylvania Rd., Louisville, Ky. 41, 75 GLOVER, Brenda, Gordonsville, Tenn. .... 40, 91 GOODWIN, Mark, Indian Springs St., Jacksogll, lD0'hI'lB,- 1900. Garibaldi! Chaligottgi c-oize, Laivranaa, 'siad s.wf isin 'si.,'Mlarnl,' F1a.' GRAY, David, P.O. Box 8067, Chattanooga, Tenn. GRAY, Donna, 915 Palatra Rd., Louisville, Ky. GRAY, Janice, Rt. I Tifton, Ga. ...... 84, 114 GREATHOUSE, Mark, 333 Murfreesboro Rd., Nash- STUDENT DIRECTORY NAME ADDRESS PAGE HOLT, Jerry, 506 W. Radnor St., Nashville, Tenn. 62 HOOD, Dwayne, 1050 Robertson St., Kingsport, Tenn. HOOPER, Gerald, Box 176, McEwen, Tenn. 92, 132 HORTON, William, McEwen, Tenn. HOSKINS, Ted, 70 Hart St., Nashville, Tenn. 62, I05 HOUSTON, Wesley, Huxley, Iowa ..... 76, 105 HOWARD, Michael, Rt. 1, Kirksey, Ky. .... 84 HUDSON, Darell, Rt. 2, Box 430, Charleston, W. Vri HUMMER, Daniel, Rt. 7, Lafayette, Ind. 92, 106 HUTTO, Terrell, Rt. 4, Box 4-A, Chester S.C. 92, 134 HYATT, E. Carol, P.O. Box 17, Decherd, Tenn. HYATT, Jetiery, P.O. Box 17, Decherd, Tenn. HYDE, Martha, 2008 Medaris, Hunlsville, A1132 92 HYDE, Merrol, 4509 Nebraska Ave., Nashville, Tenn. INGALLS, Charles, Rt. 1, Morrison, Tenn.. 84, 125 IRIZARRY, Martha, Rt. 2, Box 1824, Lake Worth, Flgi IRSYIN, -Delis, ' 188-5' Kirigls' llllallway, 'claarwaian JACaOBS, Patricia, 4019 Stonewall Ava., ralrfgz, vga Jzgcolisf 'wllllani 'cffabs 'Ernary' br.,' inanalasan, 81111. JAMES, Alice, Box 77, Chicopee, Ga. . . 76, II4 JAMISON, Sylvia, Rt. 3, Thompston, Ga. . 20 63 JARRETT, Faye, 2001 Porter Rd., Nashville, Tenn. 76 JENKINS, Howard, Concord, Tenn. ...... B4 Fla. ......... . ville, Tenn. ................ 75, 118 GRAEEEI, John, 30140 Maplegrove, St. Clair Shores, IC . GRIGGS, Rebecca, 1903 Pinehurst Dr., Nashville, Tenn. ..................... 91 GRIMM, Herbert, 129 Center St., lronton, Ohio GRUBB, Paul, 1416 S. llth St., lronton, Ohio 105 GUMM, Joyce, 1240 S. Main St., Harrisonburg, Va. JENSEN, Matthew, 75 Lester, Nashville, Tenn. JERNIGAN, Donna, 3112 Mastin Lake Rd., 9Iilur1tlsa vllle, Ala. ............... . , JETER, Lige, 525 San Bernando, Fort Myers, Fla. 92 JOHNSON, Carolyn, 2112 N. Taft Street, Arlington, Va. .. .................. . 76 JOHNSON, Gracie, Box 135-C, Rt. 2, Bainbridggi G . . . JOI-.iNSON, Junius, P.O. Box 13, Winnsboro, S.C. .....................92,l05 JOHNSON, Paul, 1305 Alma St., Lakeland, glass Jo-11-llllsc5N' teresa, .I4481'Sbut1i w'aai,'Lal3nra cllyi .lol-ihsolllf Williain: 'abs' 'w.' lsila' slf,' Bowling Green, Ky. ............... 63, I05 JONES, Adrian, Hurdle Mills, N.C. JONES, Daniel, 1374 Willow Drive, Louisville, JONES, Priscilla, Rl. I, Elon College, N.C. 76, 114 HAIL, David, 430 'W. Ilth St., Huntington, W. Va. HALE, Don, Mineral Wells, W. Va. ...... 61 HALE, Lester, 800 S. Shade Ave., Sarasota, Fla. 84 HALL, David, 214 N. Whitney, St. Augustinfg Fllgi HALL, Diana, 2518 Shanmoor, Norwood, Ohio. 84 HALL, H. Floyd, Rt. I, Georgetown, Pa. HALL, Janet, 505 N. Tompkins Dr., Oklahoma City. Okla. ................... 16, 91 HALL, Larry, 211 N. Whitney, St. Augustine, Fla. 75 HALL, Sharon, 404 Douglas Ave., Newport,43Ten2i HALSEY, Jean, New Richmond, W. Va. .... 84 HAMBRICK, Bobby, Rt. 2, Joelton, Tenn. . 75, I05 HAMBRICK, Paul, Rl. 2, Joelton, Tenn. HAMILTON, Ruth, Rt. 1, Box 52, Pavo, Ga. . . 7, 92 HANCOCK, Brenda, 1418 Sixth Ave., Bessemer, Ala. 43,84 HANNER, Esther, 617 E. 20th St., Hialeah, Fla. 15, 75 HARBISON, Willis, Rt. I, Box 301, Jasper, Aga. '06 HARBOLD, Donna, 1295 W. Ohio Pike, Amelia, Ohio HARDER, Linda, 303 Hall's Lane, Madison, Tenn. 75 HARDIN, Linda, 4532 Susy Lane, Indianapolis, lnd. HARGIS, Donna, 104 Minnis Ave., Monterey, Tenn. HARKNESS, Randall, 6910 Sylvania Rd., Pleasure Ridge, Ky. ' HARLEY, Mary, Brocton, New York HARPER, Delbert, 9621 Capeview Ave., Norfolk, Va. HARRIS, Steven, 2001 Davidson St., Aliquipplr? Psi HARRISON, Billie Box 78, Loudon, Tenn. . 84, I05 HARRISON, Ronald, 6214 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio HARTSELL Mary, 5232 Hickory Grove Rd., Charlotte, N.C. ................... 92, 116 HARTSFIELD, Brenda, 6355,SedgefieId Dr., ltgoirfdllri HASTINGS, -Dona1d,'902 'Eaai 'Rllfa'rv'laifl5r., Belle. W. Va. ................. 84, 113 HAWKINS, Karen, Rt. 2, Adrian, Ga. . . . 84, 124 HAYNES, Chuck, 4019 E. Johnson Circle, Chamblee, Ga. HECKATHORN, James, Rt. 3, Bridgeton, 84 HENDERSHOT, Carla, 1025 Preston Dr., Nashville, Tenn. ..... .............. 6 2, 156 HENDERSHOT, James, 5008 Va. Ave., S.E., Charles- ton, W. Va. ................ 49, 62 HENDERSON, Belly, P.O. Box 322, Bath, S.C.. . 92 HENDRICKSON, William, Rt. 2, Winchester, lnd. 92 HICKS, Mar , 2932 Lucille, Ashland, Ky. . . 92, II6 HICKS, Paula, 1018 Stafford St., Clarksville,4TeT:1g HILL, Barbara, Greenbank, W. Va. ..... 19, 92 HILL, Carolyn, P.O. Box 366, Newberry, Fla.. 92, 157 HILL, Judy, P.O. Box 366, Newberry, Fla. . 92, 106 HILL, Teddy, 4175 Parkman Road, Warren, Ohgia HINES, Lonnita, Rt. 4, Lenoir City, Tenn. . 84, HOBBES, Angela, Box 758, Savannah, Ga, . 76, HOBBS, Karen, Calvert, Ala. ....... 92, HOFFMAN, James, 33 West 65th St., Cincinnati, Ohio ................... 43, 84 HOLLEY, Donald L., 4712 Grizzard, Huntsville, Ala. HOLLOWAY, Bonita, 503 Old Annapolis Rd., Glen Burnie, Md. ............... 84, I05 HOLLOWAY, Loretta, 201 Hickory Dr., Shelbyville, Tenn. .................. 92, 124 HOLMES, Sharon, 202 West Cameron Rd., Falls Church, Va. ................. 92 136 124 150 114 JOWERS, Horace, 3005 54th Street, Tamp?2 Fllgg KAY, sallndraf lui '4,' flair '207,- ein-ferava, w. Va. 92,116 KELLISON, Clara, Rt. I, Box 7, Hillsboro, B, KEMP, Ronald, 529 Wesley, Nashville, Tenn.. 138 KEMPFER, Roger, 715 Clement St., Radford, Va. KENNEDY, Jean, 327 Lombard St., Readingis Pied KENT, Carolyn, 476 Broadmoor Drive, Nashville, Tenn. KERSHNER, Mariella, 5183-A Big Tyler Road, Charles- ton, W. Va. ....... .... .... 8 4 , 106 KERSTETLER, William, 435 Kentucky, 'SE, Albuquer- que, N.M. ......... .... . . . 84, I05 KESSELRINC-J, Dawn, 722111 7th sf., Marietta, ohla 92 KESTER, James, Rt. 2, Elizabeth, W. Va. . . . 76 KILLEN, Robert, Rt. 5, Box 510, Charleston, W. Va. 84 118 KILLINGSWORTH, Dale, 110 Harker Rd., Ft. Ogle- thorpe, Ga. ....... . , ........ 92, 114 KING, Donald, ln. l, lnallan Trail, N.C.. . 75, 122 KING, Zebulon Dewill, Rl. KlNiLERA, kiallaia, 8244. lilley, .O.ver1an'd.Park, K KINZLER, Ronald, 8244 Riley, Overland Park, lc .7, I, Indian Trail, N.C. 6 14 5 ans. ans. KLINSTIVER, Ruth, Albertville, Ala. .... 76, 145 KNEAR, James, 7 North Riverview Drive, Miamgbuigd Ohlo ................... , ILNIGHT, Larry, 2902 Westbrook Drive, Niles,5gAic2j KNOTTS, Patricia, 2308 Sheridan Road, Nashville, Tenn. .......... . .......... 63 KNOWLTON, Dennis, 6806 College Avenue, Flint, Mich. .................... 103 KOTESKY, Donald, 113 NE Sixth Avenue, Deerfield Beach, Fla. .................. 92 KUBO, Shosei, Kinde, Mich. KUPHN, Patricia, 285 Donnan Avenue, Washington, a. .................. . KUTAVEJ, Viravei, Bangkok, Thailand LACY, Betty, 9906-A West Brown Deer Rd., Milwau- kee, Wis. ................. 23, 64 LAKE, Joyce, 520 Fredonea, Muskogee, Okla.. 85 LANE, Sandra, 2360 Gurley Dr., Columbus, Ga. 106,116 LANHAN, Sheldon, 3317 Cowie Avenue, Erlanger, Ky. ................... ss, lsa LEDBETTER, Leanna, 1085 NW 126 St., Miamg,7F1t-gi . s4, los LEGG, Janet, 1196 S. Jefferson Dr., Huntington, W. Va. .................... 76, 124 LEGG, Joyce, 1196 S. Jefferson Dr., Huntington, W. va. .................... 92, l24 LEMMON, Larry, Box 175, Newton Falls, glgiollg LESLIE, Ken James, Rt. 2, Calera, Ala. . . 76, 125 LESLIE, Robert, Rt. 2, Calera, Ala. 165 NAME ADDRESS PAGE lEilrTanf'ols.1f"a-in ciaialfgli' Sli' n.ea5aer'n..J'i' li? LEl'l'i"E ?lef'YE ?"'?'I"'?eF"1 F"f- INF'?"f"'? Beg? lil LILES, Bruce David, 655 E. Third St., Newport, Ky. ......................85,121 LIIIEIIGLE, Sharon, 2123 Waywick Rd., Eau Gallliga LILTLE, Mallia' cardl,'42s' Hiigliway' Averiue,.LildIt1Yg Ll1'iON', -Dan'iel,'Hage'rsl'owri, .Maiyland '84, 113 LIVINGSTON, W. Nolan, 1242 Nectar Drive, St. Louis, Mo. ................ B5, 134 LOBB, Brenda, Route 3, Greensburg, Ky. . 92, 116 LOGGINS, Grace, 1443 Pine Hills Rd., Orlando. Fla. .................... 23, 77 LONG, Stanley, 616 Lexington Avenue, Newport, Ky. LONGACRE, Arlene, 1617 NW Znd Street, ggialilga LORY, Delores Elaine, intercession City, Fla. 85, 114 LOVE, Coral Sue, Kenbridlae, Va. ....... 77 LOVELACE, Ted, Rt. 1, Le anon Tenn. . . 85, I05 Lowelzv, Carolyn, R+. 2, waalalrarrar Hgfsmrlcm LOZIER, Anne C., 407 S. Rhett, Charleston, S.C. LYNCH, Lillian, Marion, Va. ........ 85, 106 McADORY, Thomas, 4412 Seybold, Orlando, Fla. McBRlDE, Joyce, Rt. I, Rossville, Fla. . . . . 93 McCAFFRY, Joseph, Evansville, lnd. ...... 93 McCLANA'HAN, Robert, 2831 Magnolia St., St. Louis, M . . .................... . 93 McC,LANAHAN, Shirley, 4659 Riverdale Rd., College Park, Ga. .............. . . . 85, 122 McCLELLAND, Joy, 609 Orange Lawn Dr., Valrico, Fla. ...................... 93 McCLELLAND, Sue, 609 Orange Lawn Dr., Valrico, Fla. .... ....... une,Miss. ..........85,ll6 McCLURE, Sylvia, Gover Hill, Ohio ...... 64 McCREARY, Jerry, 661 NW 194 Terrace, Miangl, Flliaj McDOWELL, Ruth, Franklin, Tenn. ..... 43, 77 MCGUIRE, James, Cocoa, Fla. MCHONE, Don, 3003 Roseclilf, Nashville, Tenn. 93 MCKELLEN, Roger, 2132 Rosemary Lane, Nashville, Tenn. ..................... 77 McKINNEY, Elana, 211 Second St., N. St. Albans, W. Va. .................... 93 McMILLAN, Herbert O., 153 Belmar, Louisville, Ky. 93,120 McMlLLlAN, Herbert M., 7 East 30th Street, Cov- ington, K. ................ 109, 121 McMlNN, Charles, 561 Garrison, Charleston, W. V35 Mgllil-1O.RTER,.John, 2.46 'wl1l'ln'ay slf, 'si. 'Airan5llna, 3. MACKEY, George, Rt. 2, Burkesville, Ky. MACKEY, Janette Dianne, Rt. 2, Mt. View Rd., An- tioch, Tenn. MAHAN, James, 919 Meyer Avenue, Evansvilfd MARRS, Brenda B., Mt. Herman, -Ky. ..... 64 MARKS, Linda, 3900 W. Sixth Avenue, Hialeag, FIIE MASON, Larry, 3626 Stratford, WilmingtonZ4NiC4 MASONE, Victor, 202 Blanchard, New Castlel,7 P35 MATTINGLY, Janice, 412 Ridgecrest, High Point. N.C. .................... 16, 85 MAXWELL, John, 50 Widrig, Newport, Ky. . . 141 MEADOR, Nathan, Rt. 1, Box 458, Hardy, Va. 93 MELTON, Billie Jean, 106 Hardy, Inglewood, Calif. MELTON, Glenda Sue, 406 East Henry Street, Punta Gorda, Fla. ................ 55, 93 MERA, Sachiko, 5-Chome, Nishi-Machi, Sapporo, Ja- pan .................... 64, 158 MICHAEL, Carolyn, 804 Appleby St., Huntsville, Ala. ................... 93, 105 MICHAEL, Melba, 804 Appleby St., Huntsvillgj Allgg MILAM, Calvin, 441 Albemarle Avenue, Roanoke, Va. .................... 77, I05 MILBURN, Margaret, 1405 W. Wine St., Kissimmee, Fla. .................... 93, 106 MILBY, Janice, 701 Columbia St., Greensburgds MILLER, James, Rt. 3, Box 242, Bishopville, S.C. I2 MILLER, Sandra, P.O. Box 1407, Zephyrhills, Fla. 93 MILLS, Alan, 1653 Guana Ave., Eau Galligj Flag MILLS, Geraldine, Inez, Ky. ........ 93, 106 MINNIX, David, 1009 Valley Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 77,150 MONEY, Larry, 130 Brookside Drive, Buchanan63Mi?:51g M55VljlR'ol5,' lsalvarEl,' 5l4l 'lailana 'viafa 'si.,' Maillsan, MOORE, David, Executive House Apts., Murfrees- boro, Nashville .............. 93, 134 MOORE, Jimmy, 807 E. Cork Street, Winchestegk V36 Moolief Marla, 'vhs' wail' 'ic--' sff, ' liannaplalla, N.C. ................... 77, 110 MOORE, Martha, 64 Glover St., Eustis, Fla. 85, 123 MOORE, Marvella, P.O. Box 1072, Eustis, F-la. 85, 130 MOORE, Ray, 132 Mills Drive, Louisville, Ky. 72, 77 MORGAN, Thomas, 101 St, Clair, East Liverpool. Ohio ..................... 85 SMITH NAME ADDRESS PAGE MORRIS Roberta, 602 W. 33rd St., Covlngtgg, MORRIS, Stephen, 4633 Coquina Ridge Drive, Eau Gallia, Fla. MORTON, Connie, South Shore, Ky. ...... 85 MOTLEY, Walter, 24 South Brandling, Sumterg MOTT, Fredna, 7l9 Eustis Avenue, S.E., Huntsville, Ala. ...................... 77 MOYE, Annie, l300 Underwood St., Dalton, Ga.H MUECKE, Carolyn, 3550 Cresthill Ave., Maconj MURPHREE, Sandra, B06 Eighth St., S.W., Decatur, Ala. ................... I54, I59 MURPHY, Max, Rt. 6, Moultrie, Ga ..... 85, I03 MURRAY, W. Clifton, Glens Fork, Ky. MYERS, Linzett, l08 Jennings St., Bennettsville, S.C. 93, I6 NASH, Charlene M., Box 2I5, Cabin Creek, W. Vgi NASH, Larry, I02I South Graycraft, Madison, Tengi Nigel-lsoizs, 'dearly-S, '43 ' lilepie' Avei, 'Aelieville NEIJSON, Edwin, l260 Knox Ave., lvlaneeein, Pe. ss N'EWELL, Marilyn, 2322 Dennywood Drive, Nashville, Tenn. ...... . ........... . . . 77 NEWTON, Catherine, 4005 Sherlin Drive, Chattanoo- ga, Tenn. .......,......... 93, I24 NEWTON, Patsy, 4005 Sherlin Drive, Chattanooga, Tenn. ................... 85, I24 NIHO, Tachechika, 5l4 W. 8, Sapporo, Japan NIXON, David, 8940 N.W. 9th Ave., Miarryd FS? NORFLEET, Marvin, Il-C Summit Hgts., Clarksville, enn. NORRIS, Joseph M., lI05 Avenue "C," Orange, Texas ................... 65, 99 NORRIS, Mary E., Rt. I, Carey, Ohio . . . . . 99 NORTH, Rosalyn, 252 Blackman Road, Nashville, Tenn. ..................... 85 NILINN, Barbara, 7309 Summitt Ave., Pleasure Ridgid y. ..................... . NUTTER, Patricia, Rt. 2, Box 269-G, Charleston, W. Va. .................. 22, 93 NUTTER, Rebecca, 823 Thunderbird Drive, Charles- ton, W. Va. ................. 93 O'MARY, John, Brewton, Ala. ....... I39, I4I 0'NEAL, Brenda, IIS Johnson St., Hartsville, OSBORN, Wallace B., 6I4 N.E. I4lst St., No., Miami, Fla. .................... 86, I06 OSENTON, Annetta, 3237 Hackworth, Ashland, Kyd 44,7 OVERTON, Sandra, I3l7 Greenfield Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ....... . ........... I6, 86 OWSLEY, Larry, Warm Springs Road, Columbus, Ga. OWSLEY, Martha, Rt. I, Carey, Ohio PALMER, Mary Ann, 286B S. Irwin, Indianapolis, Ind. ...................... 78 PARK, Norman, I064 Broadway, Dunedin, Fla. PARKER, Deborah, I20 Grandview Circle, Jackson. Mies. ................... 93, I3B PARKER, Diane, l20 Grandview Circle, Jackson, Miss. ..................... 93 PARLIN, Roger, Rt. I, Sherwerd, Mich. . . 86, l05 PARRISH, David, 2Il Imperial Drive, Jackson, Miss. PARRISH, Judy, IIB Emmett, Madison, Tenn. PARRISH, Karen, 2Il Imperial Drive, Jackson, Miss. PARRISI-l,'Milton E., 2Il Imperial Drive, Jeekeen. Miss. ..........ss,ll4 PARRISHI vvenal-l,'lil.'2Q PARTIN, Esther, 603 East Webster, Thomasville, Ga. PEACOCK, John, Rt. I, Chester, Ga. ..... 7B PEEPLES, Harold, 23l Liberty Lane, Madison, Tenn. PENNINGTON, Mary, ville, Tenn. PENNINGTON, Phillip, ville, Tenn. . . . . PENNINGTON, Ronald, ville, Tenn. PENNINGTON, Dwight, W. Va. ...... . PENROD, Herbert, l73I Box II9-F, Bainbridge, Ga. .I. ......... as, l38 007 Massman Drive, Nash- I007 Massman Drive, Nash- I3B l007 Massman Drive, Nash- Rt. 2, Box 234, Charleston, 86,I35 Tarleton Ct., Lexington, Ky. la, 93 PENTICUFF-, Marion, Rt. I, Jamestown. Tenn. . 86 PENTICUFF, Phyllis, Rt. I, Jamestown, Tenn. . . 93 PEPPER, Leroy, 60l Orange Blossom Avenue, Sebring, Fle. .................... al, ll8 PETRNELL, Janice, l80I Dickerson Rd., Nashville, enn. PERRY, Susan, 4l3 Park Ave., S., Charleston, Via PHARISS, Juanita, 2052 West Main St., Mesa Ariz. PHELPS, Janette, 60 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenlila . ................ . .... ss, l PHELPS, Stannard, 60 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. PHILLIPS, Ellen, 73 Nance Lane, NashviIle5BTelH16 PH'lL'LI'PS, Tlcenneln. 'n1......,,'i...1 I f f I . 94 PICKETT, Elizabeth, 443 N. Main St., Winchester, lnd. .................... 45, as PICKETT, Patricia, 807 Harper St., Durham, N.C. 86 PINKSTON, Jerry, 340 Vivelle, Nashville, Tenn. STUDENT DIRECTORY NAME ADDRESS PAGE PITTMAN, Patricia, 3669 Spring Fork Dr., Charles- ton, W. Va. ................. I24 PITZER, David, 570 Blackstone, Madison, Tenn. 94 PONCE, Thomas, 2507 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Fla. .................... 42, 94 PORTER, John, Rt. 2, Niota, Tenn. ..... 94, IO6 POWELL, Gary, 3408 Ladoka St., Ashland, Ky.. 65 POWELL, John, Box 339, Graniteville, S.C.. 78, IIB POWELL, Marcia, 3408 Ladoka St., Ashlana POWELL, Ole, l033 Vonable St., McComb, Miss. Patricia, 59I8 E. Ashland Dr., Nashville, POWERS, Tenn. ..................... 86 PRICE, Reta, IO9 E. Johnson, Lake Wales, Fla. 94, II6 PRYE, Carolyn, Bentonville, Ohio PUGH, Charles, Box 352, Chester, W. Va. OUARLES, Peggy, 200 E. Long St., Dalton, Ga.. 86 UICK, Linda, Rt. 4, Bennettsville, S.C. .... 86 UICK, Kay, Elizabeth, W. Va. ....... . 65 RAGSDALE, J. Dwight, 4506 Nevada Ave., Nashville, Tenn. ..................... 65 RAISCH, Faith, 6370 Day Rd., Cincinnati, Oilzio 104 RAISCH, William, 6370 Day Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio RAMSEY, Sonia, Rt. 2, Brookville, Ind .... 86, I06 RASNICK, Nena, I703 Rasnick St., Cumberland, RASNICK, Barbara, Cumberland, Ky ..... 66, II6 RAYBURN, Charles, 334 East Ninth St., Belle, W. Va. REED, Bill, Rt. 2, Jasonville, Ind. ....... 66 REHFELDT, Roger, 4930 S. Franklin Rd., Indianapolis, Ind. ................... 78, l05 REITANO, Richard, 200 N. 27th St., Camden, N.J. 94 REYNOLDS, Jane, I603 Kanawha Turnpike, Charles- ton, W. Va. ................ 78, l06 REYNOLDS, Kenneth, Rt. 2, Walker, W. Va. REYNOLDS, Richard, l04l N. 34th St., Camden, N.J. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, I06 RHYNE, Janice, I06 E. Thompson Lane, Nashville, Tenn. ..................... 94 RICKEY, N. Gregory, 5I03 Logan St., Suitlangg RICKEY,' teirenee, 'sioi 'Logan 'si.,' Su'itlancaz'lv11.la RIES: Larry, liei 9l, 14ile'n5Seif,' re. . I as RILEY, David, l209 McAlplne, Nashville, Tenn.. 94 ROBERTS, James, I24 Myrtle Ave., Franktogtz, ROBERTS, 'Maiion,' lilly. llernpiiill,'cneeieF, s.o. ROBINSON, Doyle, Logan, W. Va. .... 94, IO7 ROBINSON, Holis, Box 37-A, Rt. I, Bradyville, Tenn. ROBINSON, Judy, Rt. 2, Kirksey, Ky. ..... 94 RQBINSON, Rebecca, 47 Patton Drive, Brunswicga ROBEISON, se'nvinQ, 'else slinihefi 'Rein' New' Millale- town, Ohio .................. 86 RODGERS, Martha, 505 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tensa ROGERS, Roy, Rl. l, Box 255, celere, Ala.. 94, lzs ROGERS, Linda, Rt. I, Box 255, Calera Ala. . 94 ROGIER, Douglas, 5206 Raven Dr., Charleston, W. Va. ....... . ............ 66, I22 ROLLINGS, Nancy, 240I S.W. 42 Ave., Ft. Lauder- dale, Fla. ......... . ....... 4l, IO6 ROLMAN, Brenda, 405 Cumberland Ave., Tullahoma. Tenn. ................... 94, I23 ROOD, Marilyn, 630 30th St., Huntington, W. Va. 7B ROSS, Judith, 204, Lydia St., Monroe, N.C.. IIS ROSS, Michael, 509 Averitt Rd., Greenwood, RUCKER, Jozetta, 5l8 State St., New Albany, Ky. I34 RUCKMAN, Franklin, 707 Long Ave., Port St. Jo- h FI . ........ 94, I35 sep, a ......... RUSSELL, Adrien, 4l7 Glenpark Dr., Nashville, Tenn. RUSSELL, Harry, 4I7 Glenpark Dr., Nashville, Tenn. RUSSELL, Mervin B., l7020 N.W. 82 Ave., Miami, Fla. .. ................. 94, IIB RUTHERFORD, Mary, 20l4 Starnes St., Augusta, G34 RUTLEDGE, Linda, 704 Oak Park Dr., Huntsvillgg Ala. .................... . SALSER, Robert, 3906 Ninth Ave., Parkersburg, W. Va. .................... 94, I39 SAMMONS, Paul, 3248 Holt St., Ashland, Ky. 4I, 86 SANDIFER, Kay, Rt. 2, Box 539-H, Sanfordhalilgg SANFORD, Eugene Roger, I78 Burning Spring Hgts., Belle, W. Va. . SANFORD, James, Box 48, Warrenville, S.C. 94, I35 SANiKEY, James, 60l S. Ray St., New Castle, Pa. 86 SANSING, Mary, l8840 N.E. 25 Ave., Miami, Fla. SARTIN, Linda, 2408 Commonwealth Dr., Charlottes- ville, Va. ................. 94, I06 SAVAGE, Elizabeth, Rt. 5 Charlton, Iowa . 66, I06 SAVAGE, Joyce, Rt. I, Ouebeck, Tenn. .... 86 SAY, Robert, 645 Hillcrest, Orlando, Fla. . 66, I05 SAYLORS, Coleman, 420 Williamson St., Fort Mill. S.C. .................... 78, l05 SCHOFF, Catherine, P.O. Box I22, Buchanan, Micgla SCHONHALS, Roberta, l0007 Eucino Way, Orlando, Fla. .................... 94, I06 SCHORTINGHOUSE, Byron, 9304 S.W. 80th St., Mi- ami, Fla. ................. 86, I05 SCHORTINGHOUSE, John, 9304 S.W. 80th St., Mi- ami, Fla. ................... 78 SCHROPE, Don, 723 Dover Dr., Nashville, Tenn. ................... 87, l32 I66 NAME SCOTT, Fla. SEA BOL ADDRESS PAGE James, 203 22nd St., N.W. Winter Haven. l8,I36 T, Charles, Rt. I, Belle, W. Va. .. B7.l36 SEXTON, P. Michael, 2809 S .29th St., Ashland, Ky. ................... 78, l30 SHAFFER, Verla, Box ll3, Grayson, Ky ...... 94 SIIIEAARS, Sharon, I3l Martinsville St., Greencasta n . ..... . .......... . . . . . . SHELLEY, Jerry, Rt. 2, Albany, Ky. ...... 94 SHELTO N, Anne, Rt. 3, Clarksville, Tenn. . . 94, II4 SHEPHERD, Wiley, 50I Gillis St., Brewton, Ala. 78 SHERIDAN, C. Etna, Box 29I, Gordonsville, Tenn. ................... 23. 79 SHERIDAN, William, Box 29I, Gordonsville, Tenn. ................... 67, I05 SHERMAN, Carl, 20l Jameson, Parsons, W. Va. .................... 67, I05 SHERMAN, Larry, 7337 46th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, Fla. ................... 79, IIB SHERMAN, Susan, 20l Jameson, Parsons, W. Va. Sl-HPF, George, 8 N.W. 35th Terrace, Gainegvilllgg a. ................... , SHOLTE Fla. R, Kenneth, l8820 S.W. 3Ilth St., Homestead, ll4,l24 SILVER, Myra, SIS Lowell St., Lakeland, Fla. . . B7 SIMMONS, Donald, Rt. I, Northport, Ala. . 87, l05 SIMMONS, Gary, 5l6 Central St., Elkins, W. ve. .................... 67,.l59 SINGLETARY, Marshall, Rt. 3, Donalsonvllle, Ga. ................... 79, I05 SIZEMORE, John, 435 N.W. 6th Ave., Homestead, Fla. ....... . ............. 149 SIEEEAORE, Joyce, I900 Garibaldi, Cllarlottzi SlZEM'ORE, 'Phillip,' sli4'vvee+in6felenZi 'Ave.,' Char- lotte, N.C. ................ 87, I05 SIZEMORE, Ramona, 69I0 Taylor Mill Rd., Inde- pendence, Ky. .............. 20, 67 SKALSKY, Jerry, Rt. I, Disputanta, Va .... 67, I58 SLATON . Robert, 290I Glyn St., Orlando, Fla. . 94 SPGITH, Beverly, Rt. 3, Box 275-A, Elkview, a. ..................... . SMITH, Charlene Ann, 2023 N.W. I2th Rd., Gaines- ville, Fle. ................. 45,79 SMITH, Charlene Faye, 637 Oak Hill, Wooster, Ohio ..................... -I25 SMITH, David Randal, 3500 Norwich St., Brunswick, Ga. ................... 89, IIB SMITH, Gary, Rt. I, Box l58, Goodlettsville, Tenn. ..................... 87 SMITH, Harold, 4809 Beech Dr., Louisvilledil SMITH, Jimmie, Box 474, Inez, Ky. .... 87, l05 SMIIIKH, atargaret W., I967 S.W. 28th Ave., Ft. Lauder- a e, a. . SMITH, P. Carroll, Rt. 4, Berry, Ala. . . . 87,.l06 SMITH, Ralph Osborn, 3500 Norwich, Brunswick, Ga. ................... 87, I09 SMITH, Rebecca, l504 Mould Ave., Niles, Mich. 94 V. Gene 80 Lester Ave. Nashville, Tenn. 68 SMITHSON, Mary Ann, l406 Carter's Creek Pike, Franklin, Tenn. ................ 1 79 SMOTHERMAN, Cynthia, 27Il Meadowrose, Nashville, Tenn, .................. I05, II6 SNODGRASS, Bobby, 800 Glaser, Fern Creek. Ky. ..... ............... 7 9, Il5 SNODGRASS, Winnie, 800 Glaser, Fern Creek K . ..................... . SONGER, Emily, 220 Kenna Dr., Charleston, W. Va. .................... 87, l38 SPAIN, Herbert, B-3 Scenic Dr., Old Hickory, Tenn. .................... 2, 79 SPARKS, Betty, Box I0l, Bayard, Fla. . . . 79, l25 SPARKS, Jonathan, 9l Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn .................... 79, IIB SPEER, Christina, I26I5 Pardee, Taylor, Michal, H4 SPINKS, Mary, ll5 Patterson, Ft. Mill, S.C. 87, I22 sPooNER, Lynn, P.O. Box 485, Lake City, Fle. ......................95,l42 SPRADLING, Shirley, 438 l7th St., Dunbar, W. Va. 87,lI6 SPRAKER, Larry, 5409 Princess Ann Rd., Va. Beach, Va. .................... 87, I22 SPRUILL, Alma, 89 Lester Ave., Nashville, Telilgl. gs STAECLIP, 'Li'nda'Cai'ole,' Suliolden' Marigttga G . .................... , STAMPS, Roy, 3244 Moorewood Dr., Nashville, Tenn. STAPP, Raymond, Rt. 2, Kanauga, Ga. . . . 95, I36 STARK, John, I29 Peter Nall Homes, Newport,79Kyi4I srAljas,'eeEl,'ki.'2f Hefeere' Ferry, ve. . .' 87 STAUBS, Louis, Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry, W, Va. 79, I05 STEENBERGEN, Jack, Rt. 2, lronton, Ohlo . . . '87 STEMBRIDGE, Louis, I502 Ft. King Road, Dade City. Fla. . . .................. 72, I04 STEPHENS, Donna, 305 Harvey St., Columbiaholiyilb srevi-lisrisf een-Q, 'Rt.'4i Ildx 'ss-ll, 'l.l-elle 'City, qslaios STEPP,'l-laioldi Rti sflioi le4-A.'C5ffeenl5uie. Kl- STEPP, James, Rt. 3, Box I64-A, Greenburg Ky. I36 STEPP, Joyce, Rt. 3, Greenburg, Ky. .... 45, 68 STEWART, Diana, 90I W. Katey Ave., Orlando, FIT4 STEWART' Elisabeth, 'l005 ,Douglas Ave., Nash- ville, Tenn. ................ 68, I22 STIDHAM, Robert, CMR II9, Peoria, III. .... 68 STILES, Susan, 30I0 l7th St., Sarasota, Fla. . 20,55 NAME ADDRESS PAGE STINSON, James, Rt. 3, Box 30-C, Hillsboro, Ohio STOKES, George, Rt. I, Cairo, Ga ...... 87, I05 STOKES, Rebecca, 204 2nd St., S.W., Cairo, Ga. 95 STNONE, Judy, 908 Edgewood Dr., Charleston, a. ..................... . STOVALL, Irl, I60I Jones Ave., Nashville, Tenn. no . ..................... so, STRAIT, Cheryle, I587 Cherry Rd., Memphis, Tennh 23, 4 STREET, Dorothy, 509 W. Locust St., Clearfield, Pai 95, I0 STREIT, Gary, I004 S. Cameron, Winchester, Va. 52,68 STRICKLAND, Martha, Rt. I, Chesapeake, Va. . 68 SUITS, Jack, Rt. I, Fairland, Ind. ....... 69 SULLIVAN, Ralph, I206 Davidson, Clarksville, Tenn. Swlnm' su., 'lizard' sl., ns. rhslsdslsnqgolis ?t'l4'i2fi' di'.iiT"33ia 'wiliisi"ls.?.f,"'hJlI..:ll., 135.95 TAF?'E'?I:' FW? ?'F'2.'4?'f' 5923 Ff- .'P?"?'ii'uzii' iii TAYLOR, Latrelle, 4I8 Joyce Ave., Nashville, Ga. ao,ioe TAYLOR, Jimmy, 80 Lester Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 95 TAYLOR, Robert, l8I3 Neal Terrace, Nashville, Tenn. TAYLOR, Stella, Rt. 3, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 87, lI3 TERRY, Cynthia, I526 Shadylawn Dr., Burlington, N.C. .......,........... 95, II6 TESTERMAN, Wanda, I208 Tazewell Ave., S.E., Roa- noke, Va. ................. 95, II6 THATPHITHAKKUL, Sutin, Bangkok, Thailand THOMAS, Gene, I330 Pattison Ave., Sarasota, Fla. 95, l23 THOMAS, Reatha, I6 N. 3rd St., St. Augustine, Fla. so, 24 THOMPSON, Otis, 506 Bradley St., Perry, Ga. . 87 THKOMPSON, Richard, 5209 Eugene Way, Louisville, y. THOMPSON, Robert, l950 Delray, Jacksonvilg lilgg TH'okrlu3uLLQ raul, 'lisl'9'oixle'l-Iiahlv5y,' valley' sia- tion, Ky. . I04 THORNTON, w.Qll'aia,' lui Z,' ani .44I9,. sulninii, Kyg . . ...............,.... 95, no THRASHER, Phillip, 5058 S. Parkway, Louisvilrlg, TlTUS,.Dawn., lvl i,'u6x'a92lT,'fa12aiaAdQ rua. 95', los STUDENT DIRECTORY NAME ADDRESS PAGE TOLER, Sue, New Albany, Ind. ...... 88, 149 TOMS, Fred, P.O. Box 567, Kissimmee, Fla. TRAVIS, Charles, l206 Acre Trail, Madison, Tenn.2o TUCKER, Rebecca, Trevecca Trailer Park, Nashville, Tenn. . .................. 43,69 TURNER, Joe, Rt. 4, Berry, Ala. ........ 95 TURPIN, Sue, Rt. I, Dale, Ind. ......... 95 UAANANTA, Paitoon, l2I2 Klongton Rd., Prakanang, Bangkok, Thailand UNDERWOOD, William B., l507 Countryside Dr., Greensboro, N.C. VAN REENEN, Mary, Marlinton, W. Va. . . 80, I04 VANN, Samuel Paul, I6 East Orange, Lake City, Fla. .................... 98, l40 VAUGHN, Derenda Lynn, I3l5 28th St., Sheffield, Ala. ............. ,.... . 95, I42 VENNUM, Keith, 72 Nance Lane, Nashville, Tenn. vicxemr, Dena, l745 Lochearn Ra., Memphis, term. ......................95,Il6 VREELAND, Patricia, 525 Interstate Parkway, Brad- ford, Pa. ......,.......... 69, loz WALKER, Carolyn E., 6604 Sylvania Rd., Pleasure Ridge, Ky. ................. 44, 69 WALKER, Carolyn Lois, l4l5 Malverne Ave., Jack- sonville, Fla. ............... I9, 95 WALKER, James, 6604 Sylvania Rd., Pleasure Ridge, Ky. WALKER, Linda, Box 366, Newberry, Fla. . . 43, 70 WALLACE, Charles, I7I6 Allison Place, Nashville, Tenn. ........ .... ....... 9 5 , I25 WALLACE, Gary, Church Hill, Tenn. . . . IO3, IIB WALLACE, Wilson, P.O. Box 3l, Highland City, Fla. WALPOLE, B. L., Rt. I, Old Hickory, Tenn. WANDLING, James, 5Il6 Rockdale Dr., Charleston, W. Va. .................. 55,88 WARD, Burl, 305 4th Ave., Freedom, Pa ..... 95 WARD, Mary, 820 Homer St., Waycross, Ga. . . B0 WARNER, Priscilla, ll05 Holman, Covingtonh Kyi42 . ..................... B, WATROUS, Betty, Rt. 2, Box 539-H, Sanford, sla. 0 WATROUS, Lloyd, General Delivery, Preston, W. Vg. WATSON, William, 603 Sixth St., N.W,, Winter Haven, Fla. ............... 95, I25 Webb, Jeree, Romney, W. Va. Webb, Martha Ellen, l67l Flat Shoals Rd., S.E., At- lanta, Ga. ................. 46, 53 I67 NAME ADDRESS PAGE WELLS, Claude, 4Ol0 E. University Ave.. Gainesvillled FI . ................... 88, WEISLS, Ronald, Zanesville, Ohio WENGER, Bobby, Rt. I, Box I-L, Alderson, W. WEST, Morris, 5844 4th St., N., St. Petersburgd Fllird wesrfri. 'Jaal1,'5i5'e'. Alia'mL1iEe,'iii+iqisral21, os. 70 WEST, Patricia, 2302 Hardesty, Louisville, Ky... 88 WHALEY, Janice, 47I 58th St., N.E., St. Petersburg, Fla. .................... ie, as 95 WHEAT, Ruth, Rt. 6, Box I29, Dalton, Ga ..... WHITE, Carolyn, Princeton, W. Va. . . . . 80, l04 Wg-IEITEN, George, 544 Spring St., West Colgromblisd Va. l23 WILCOX, Frank, Adena St., Wurtland, K .... 95 WILEY, Donald, 22I Winchester, Middllesboro, WILKERSON, Roger, I96 N. Clarendon Ave., Avon- dale Est., Ga. ................ 95 WILLIAMS, Brenda, Rt. 5, Scottsville, Ky. . . . 95 WILLIAMS, Donald, Timberville, Va ..... 88, l60 WILLIAMS, Judith, Lynn Haven, Fla. . . . 80, I42 WILLIAMS, Kenneth, l225 Dorris Ave., High Point, N.C. ................... 50, l25 WILLIAMS, Sandra, Old Hickory, Tenn. . . 80, I42 WILLIAMS, Sara, Box 283, Olive Hill, Ky. . . .95, 98 WILLIAMSON, David, 800 23rd Ave., E., Tuscaloosg, a. ...................... 8 WILLIAMSON, John, 800 23rd Ave., E., Tuscaloosa. Ala. ................... 70, I05 WILLIS, Cecelia, Il00 Elm St., Albertville, Ala. WILSON, Arno, Rt. 2, Russell Spring, Ky. . . . 88 WILSON, Gary, 581 Reid Ave., Huntington, WISE, Forrest, 6820 Elaine Dr., Canton, Ohio. 7I, l35 WISER, Oral, Rt. 2, Tullahoma, Tenn. . . . 95 IDS WOMACKS, Jack, I233 W. Pleasant, Springfield, Ohio ................... 88, I05 WOOD, Joan, 26I0 I7th Ave., Sheffield, Ala. 95, I25 WOODHOUSE, Nello, Rt. I, Roann, Ind. . . . 80 WOODWARD, Larry, 5063 Colling Rd., Unionville, Mich. ................... I4, 7I WOODS, Billy, Rt. 2, Longstreet, La. ..... 95 WOOLUMS, Sharon, IOB Elm St., Logan, W. Va. 95 WOTRING, William, l366 Overhill Rd., Fairmont, W. Va. .................... IZ, 80 YORK, Gerald, 38I2 Richland Ave., Nashville68TeTgj Yduivof Jean' Ani1,'ii+.'2Q re'mb1h,'ea'. 95, I24 lf 1 A ..-52 in ti .-3-'ij ' -E M: ., ,ef-,M ,WMM ,, .If-2 I-Aim N ' -Z-..f,1'1 - L an f " .:,' ' " -M ' J "-fziag ,wfgif , I "I Ff':2':14Q'- -72:4 ix Ig 'LE ' ' -L . 3gQ'1if1 A 1,1 A-. . ' " -5- J-'-ng , -2 6 9, if? Q wg H--,IMP - 1,535 :pi Qfilygip. igQ gf- ' gf - ' -gli, ,ml xg15.gwe,Zffqf -:CTI 3J'W?"?51' :,. W , ,-N., V R '1f.LQi' " 55:3 'H ff' X Wa,-r-19' 1.-ff" -1 Q is 3.55-,l44iL,,, -.qfgy I. x . .. q glgi-dug , gif: Q. 4,1 , -, .3.-,f J., 1395 ', I A wr., :v'?L11T,", Xu. if 'mf ,H-1: ' . ' f , ,, Q ! it- ' if Eff- ADVERTISEMENTS 1 , 'iz-1 K . 4 i 4 "' 5 cyhnvvrfs, " ' ,gg .-... I ! 24H Ci? ,X --LQ W Q'-if NASHVILLE BOLT 81 SCREW CO. 323 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee 372 I 0 ENJOY MILK LONG'S AMOCO "THE FRIENDLY SERVICE STATION" COTTAGE CAFETERIA 623 MU'I'eeSbO'0 Road CQMPLTMENTS OF "OUR SPECIALTY-FINE FOODS" MURFI?E3SEF?NE,EeRvc3trcEejltIElYVASH 354 Murfreesboro Road NasI'1viIIe,T eeee eeee or. AMERICAN DISPOSE-ALL CO. 1' COMMERCIAL Q INDUSTRIAL SERVICE . TBQEEIS JQEMSRXQL 0 FIRE PROOF 0 RAT PROOF 9 FLY RESISTANT PROMPT SCHEDULES 0 SPRAYED WITH DISINFECTANTS -k FREE ESTIMATES if FULLY INSURED 24 HOUR SERVICE GARBAGE and TRASH REMOVAL 2418.145 "Come and dine wi'I'I1 us" I1 .4 CABIN DRIVE-IN Congra+uIaI'es -Ihe CLASS OF I 967 366 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tennessee ,,. CX K 2 O Q In Q-P. Complimenls -- of SHONEY'S ,lies Complimenls of NASHVILLE DISTRIBUTORS CQMPANY MODERN CLEANERS When Appearances Are lmporlanl' Shirls of Dislinciion Miracle Finish Dry Cleaning DODGE C 350 A+ LEANERS Murfreesboro Road +he bo'H'om of l'he hill QUALITY COURTS MOTEL F TV Swimming P I R Phones Wading Po l "NashviIle's Mosl Beauliliulu and Trevecca's NeareSl"' Dial 244-3540 for Reservafions 4Il Murfreesboro Road Nashville, Tenn. CLIFF'S iabinet and Drainboarcl Shop curr s. TED STALVEY '30' "mow S+'ee+ Nashville, Tennessee UWNERS Phone 255-064I Ford Boone, P 'I' Church Leon Patrick Music Direcior FIRST CHURCH 0F THE HAZAREHE woo WEST JACKSON STREET William C. Birfley ...... S.S. Supl. Mariorie S'rockclale...NWMS Pres. Roloeri- L. Lancasfer ....NYPS Pres. Mary Richards ............ .Treas. , E :.EV . - 2 X Kenne+h Channell Jan Barrow Dan Hummer We Are Backing Trevecca wifh our S+uden+s, Finances, and 'Prayers . . FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rossville, Georgia Roberl' F. Huff Pas'l'or 'U' OUR YOUNG PEOPLE AT TNC Palsy Newion Cnhy Newhm , ,swap . ' , . ' L""fa1?? , 1 H ,-14-4. . , ' 1 exe 1.1,A- H' Q, T ' J L l-effal T, , I Q , I :..'Y,J4,- 1 " " 1,1 k 5-W: ' J' '- . r A -all is fl V 5955 'ff' U 'Ab' I I, 5' H nf ' or "f',A,2 Q "'f T ls H . V - " Ii '-:. at f 5 or 2511 kkxh E-ff? 3 M f N Tom Cook Dale Kilnngswam. Rav Supp Lynn Buckner -We Congra'l'ulal'e Trevecca on Her Year of Progress! -We Believe in Her Leaclers! -We Salu're 'rhe 'Class of I967! PLAZA CHURCH 0F THE NAZAREHE 4600 The 'Plaza C'harloH'e, Norih Carolina A Church Where Trevecca S+uclen'is Are Always Wel'come! l Byron E. LeJeune, Paslor Roberf E. Fogle. S.S. Supf. Miss Susan Jordan, NYPS Presinleni- Mrs. Geo. Blackwell, NWMS Pres. Give Us a Call When You Visi'r Charloffe ......,..... 537-O84-4 l Firs'r Church of fhe Naz-arene Jones and Dornelson S1'ree1' OLD HICKORY, TENNESSEE A Friendly Welcome 'io Trevecca Sfuclenls lRev. Hayes Oliver, Pasfor Our Trevecca S+uden'rs Ann Carfer, Sandra Williams God's Besl +0 'rhe Class of I967! FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Cleveland ai- Worlhingfon Charloi-I'e, Norih Carolina Phone: JA 3-6284 When in CharloH'e Visil Us 'Rev. William H. Benson Pasfor Congra+ula'I'ions +o Class of I967 WEIRTON CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Weir+on, Wesi- Virginia x, 1 yr , f-1 I -A., ""'Z"3' John W. May, Pasfor Carson Fluhar-ly, Siucleni' FIRST CHURCH GF THE NAZARENE Columbus, Georgia T. T. Liddell-Minisier Congraiulafes 'Phe Class of '67 BETHEL CHURCH 0F THE HAZAREHE A Growing Church Supporfing A Growing College" . A T 'N . 1-a n d l James Sankey - Sian Taylor Dir. of Chr. Educafion , Y I Diredor of Music Doyle Smiih Pasfor Bob Wilson . , ....... Sunday School Superinfendenf Mike Norris . . Mrs. Kay Sanlcey . . . . . . . .N.Y.P.S. Presideni- . . N.W.M.'S. Presicleni- ' 'I X. X'-r OCALA, SILVER SPRINGS CHURCH Near WorId's Famous Silver Springs LesI'er Roney ..... ...... S . S. Sup'I. WaI'son Kyzer ..., ...... N .Y.P.S. Pres. Delores Barlcdoll ......... N.W.M.S. Pres. WORSHIP WITH US WHEN IN FLORIDA DCIILII, SILVER SPRINGS cuuncn 0F THE NIIZIIRENE Sharpes Ferry Road Near Cirrus Drive Ocala, Florida We CongraI'uIa'I'e Our Greai' Trevecca Nazarene College II's Presidfenl, SI'-aff, ancl S'IucIenI Body STUDENTS ,ff I . See fr .- f Marsha Belly Bridges Sparlrs Rev. Roy M. Vaughn PasI'or Congra'IuIaI'ing Ihe Class of I967 THGMASBORO CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Charlo'He, Norlh Carolina ,,, ,i Rev. Robe:-I J. Andress Dunbar Church of the Nazarene I6'I'I'1 S'I'reeI and Lig'l1I'ner Ave. Dunbar, Wesl' Virginia Mike Hill ........... S. S. Supl. Reba Beane ..... N.W.lv1.S. Pres. Bonnie Jaques ..... N.Y.P.S. Pres. Bob Blaclcaby . .. ....... Music Rev. J. Hancock Minisier Saluring The Class of '67 Ancl Our Sludenls Paule'H'e Beane, Lynn Beane, Jim Brammer Pasfor 5 Alf o N P Our Trevecca Sruclenisz V ur ew arsonage 2:1 H I-I si- sis 215+ s+ree+ Bel-Ily Bagwell ,tl ..,....., .,,.., IVZ4. .H Dunbar, Wes'I- Virginia Roberl- Anclress II Welcome l Rev. ulglmme lFullll Gespell 11:0 the WVllwlle World by the Printed Page 4, 4, J' azarene publishingffouse BEACON HILL PRESS OF KANSAS CITY LILLENAS PUBLISHING COMPANY UAYIIE CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE INGLEWOOD NAZARENE CHURCH SUPPORTS Cayce. Sou+h Carolina TNC and SALUTIES C ngrafulalion me CLASS CLASS of I967 OF- I I967' We welcome everyo h I1 I M. D. Cline worship w'I'l'1 Pas+or Earle W. Venn P I' 1 G II I I' S nnymeade N I1 II T FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Birmingham, Alabama Conqralulaiions Class of '67 Gene Fuller Pasior Our members a'H'ending TNC gh" - V ,Hu ' . , L , 1 Befh Evans Brenda l-l-an i BELLE llllllllllll UF THE N'llZllllENE Belle, Wes-I' Virginia Boosiing Chrislian Educalion Q if in a Mrs. Curiis Eudy Rev Geo Pnve'H' Holiness Armosphere N.Y.P.S. Pres. M n s+er Our S-ludenrs Ca'l'hy Boorn Mary Casio Shelia Gibbs Susan Gibbs Don Haslings Billie Jean Mellon Charles Rayburn Jane 'Reynolds Richard lReynolds Roger Sa'nForcl Charles Seaboll Paul Wanclling Rev. Ralph Herriclr Paslor Concorcl, N.C. First Church Salu'I'es Trevecca! Mrs. J. C. Harley Mr C C Moore N.W.M.S. Pres. S S Supl' . .1 fs amiga' Z. ,Y 5 ...M f S 1, , - ' gi? -25? OUR STUDENTS FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 2ls+ and Pennsylvania McJComb, Mississippi Joe H. Jackson ................ S. S. Supl: Mrs. Douglas McCaslcell ..... N.W.M.S. Pres. Mrs. Toxie Siinson .... ...... N .Y.P.S. Pres. we """a N. 1 we 4 1 Ls Jimmy Allen Ole powen OUR PASTOR Bill Je'Hon First Church of the Nazarene congra+uia+sans +0 lhe class of 1961 I22l Semmes Memphis. Tennessee WN. CENTRAL CHURCH UF THE NAZARENE A Church where you are never a siranger. l3l00 NW 95 S+., Miami, Florida Clif'l'on B. Nixon, Minisl'er STUDENTS "Come 'ihou wiih us. and we will do ihee good." Esiher Hanner David Nixon Numbers lO:29 Linda Marks Bryan Russell Keiih Vennum ongrafu fafiorw I h S TREVECCA NAZKRENE COLLEGE. 4 G. CHARLES PINNEY Minister l E2'5'E5LQiL!RfH OF THE. Congra+ula+ions 'I'o 'Phe Class of I967 First Church of the Nazarene - Clarksville, Tennessee STUDENTS Paula H cks Marv n NorFlee'l' B. Graves M Me, Ann Sh Iron '-,. X. '-'fra Milk - ' ' Congrafulaiions 'l'o 'l'he Class of '67 ' I. Augus'l'a Firsi' CHURCH UF THE HAZAREHE- I629 Hicks S+ree+ Augusfa, Georgia W. P. 'SMITHS-ON. Minisier We congra+ula'l'e 'I'he- We're boosfing Trevecca wi+h our Prayers-Money-Members Susan S+iles, Sfudeni- SARASOTA, FLORIDA FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE of 3375 Fruiiville Road R. Lesler Hale I967! Mimsfer Chrisi is +he Answer 'For You and Your Family. NAZARENE THEOLCJGICAL SEMINARY Eugene L. Siowe I700 Easi Meyer Boulevard Mendell Taylor Presiclenl' Kansas Ciiy, Missouri 64I3l Dean A graduafe school of 'Theology ff . ,.... H 3 , 'W .. .A New library building H FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Main and Willow Sfreefs CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEE 1 f.. f- , ,in J ' sl. KT' . ,' -'Ja . lfbymllll, U Hin Im, 'l .. rf' "bf 1 "E -1? Elle Ex qshii' 1. ffl' . eaewfS ee-a Q eff 'Hu e - SQ .- , '-.,, f be 1 , Amt 'TRL -iigle , " ' - - ' x ' f'7-'1"f Q f'A": -.- ' . . -1 imfgul- J X -, A f mf A- , 1-. ,IQ-.ffgyncu3 4. E.. . 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President Music Dlfecfof And may she always remember +l1a+ 'Cl1aH'ainoo1ga Firsl' C'l1urcl1 is behind 'her in Prayer and Supporfl Congrafulafions Io 'Ihe Class of I967 M .4,,. 2 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE I9I-h S+. af Pearcy-Parkersburg, W. Va. "A Friendly Church" Don Linger ............ S.S. Supr. Dorrhy Hess .,...... N.Y.P.S. Pres. Mary Bole ,....... N.W.M.S. Pres. Besl' Wishes I'o The Class of I967 from First Church of the Nazarene 3 I0 Gay SIreeI', Pineville, N. C. Rev Loren E Schaffer Pasior John F. Hay "'ProcIaiming Full Salvafion ai' 'Ihe Growing P aslor Edge of Greafer CharIo'H'e!" CongraI'uIa+ions +0 Ihe Class of I967 FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 735 FayeHeviIIe RcI.,.S.E. ATLANTA. GEORGIA W. VE. MeCumber, Minisrer W. Dale Marlin, Associare Pasfor OU R STUDENTS Ellen Webb Gene Couey Ken Berclr 'Cheryl Berclc Congraiulafions +o +he Class of l967 . I l Besl' Wishes 'l'o 'lhe Class of I967 s rmsr cuuncn 3 E "" i i. 'ss. H .3 A 1 s s HENDERSUNVILLE CHURCH 0F THE NAZARENE l59 Luna Road, Hendersonville. Tenn. "The end of your search for a friendly church" AS A, NEW T 5 CHURCH ... W YQ lg ly T. A L q D R G T. E H H 2 " 'i 2 L J. -Harlesron Eacles, Pas'l'or 66l Soulh Broad S+ree1' MOBILE. ALABAMA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Isl 81 Johnson S+s.-Lake Wales, Fla. KENNETH PRICE. Minisler Our besl' wishes 'l'o TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE Reia Price. Sfudeni' FARMDALE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Corner 'Rooseveli' and Farmdale Avenues Louisville, Kenluclcy Phone 365-759l Rev. O. C. Hulif, Pasfor - l293 Farmdale Avenue A Church of Spirifed Young People, Spirif Filled! Sunday School .............................. 9:45 A.M. Worship ......... ...... I 0:45 A.M. Evening Worship .... ....... 7 :OO P.M. Midweelc Service . .... 7:30 P.M. TREVECCA TOWERS INC. A Christian Retirement Center The largest and most beautiful building in the Church of the Nazarene is a fifteen- story Christian Retirement Center sponsored by the College Hill Church of the Naza- rene and located on Lester Avenue adiacent to Trevecca Nazarene College. This two and one-halt million dollar non-profit corporation is I002, financed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development at 32, interest and operated by a board of directors elected by the sponsoring church that has pledged to show a spiritual and moral concern for our senior citizens. College Hill has prayed and worked hard to see this miracle in Christian ministry become a reality. The underlying motive and philosophy of Trevecca Towers is nothing more nor less than that illustrated in the parable of the Good Samaritan. So it is the responsibility of those whose lives are patterned after the One who "went about doing good" to db what we can to make life worth living for these worthy people who are a neglected and forgotten group, since they are forced to live on small and limited incomes. In addition to the cultural and spiritual emphasis by the church, the management of Trevecca Towers will be responsible for all the maintenance and operation 'except the housekeeping inside the apartment. Monthly rent will .include all costs, such as utilities, taxes, insurance, repairs, decorating, etc. Individually controlled heat and air-condition- ing wall-to-wall carpets, large walk-in closets, stoves and refrigerators are some of the conveniences provided for at Trevecca Towers. The business office, service desk, emergency call system, switchboard, mailboxes, and house phones are conveniently located on the main lobby floor near two large fully automatic elevators. One entire floor will be public area with several lounges, beauty and 'barber shoppes, commissary, hobby, craft and physical therapy rooms, etc. Opportunities for service of every kind-proximity to the 'Church for security and atmosphere, and at rents you can afford to pay. The efficiency begins at S65.00 and the larger apartments at S90.00. The higher the floor there will be a slight increase in the rent. Tenants will be moving in the fall. Persons interested in living in this Christian environ- ment may write Trevecca Towers, 60 Lester Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 372I0. Congra+uIa+ions Class of '67 COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OIF THE NAZARENE A Church Home 'for College SI'ude'n'rs Away From Home SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Sunday Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Deparfmenial Services 6:00 p.m. Evangelisfic Service 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Mid-weelc Service 7:30 p.m. T. E. Jones . . . , ............ MinIsI'er G. W. Brinkman ..... Sunday School SuperinI'enden+ Edward Whi'rIingIon ......... Minisler of Music Rose Piclcard . . . .... N.Y.P.S. Presidem' Marie Peery . . . . .N.W.M.S. Presidem' A CORDIAL INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO STUDENTS AND VISITORS TO WORSHIP WITH' US WE WELCOME YOU TO MAKE THE COLLEGE CHURCH YOUR CHURCH HOMIE I Congratulations, CLASS af e FIRST 2 ilu ,ff XRXXX N 3 9 MRS. Loss EBY ff' Preszden t, MIM . . GORDON R. HALL f Superintendent of Sunday Selma? M 5' if K Q EDWARD M. SMITH XX President, MXRS N, 'x M N X R x X CHURCH 1 "CHRISTIAN ACRES" X WILLIAM BLUE 2300 SJM 15th Avenue as 1 R J NX K, X . Fart Lauderdat QF I jfrlda K J rkbgje hz Q egg Congratulations to the class of 1967 Mr. Wilson Tate Sunday Sdhool Superintendent Rev. Bob Benson N.Y.P.S. President Mrs. A. F. Soyars N.W.M.S. President' Rey. Don Knigh, DR. T. E. MARTIN Minister to Youth Pasfor l 5' tu at 35 tstll gg N t l . JAMES VANHOOK Rev. L. B.. MAN-news Rev. ,mph Wynkoop Minister of Music Calling Minister Minis-1-er of Christian Ecl. and Visitation Y i :nfl j X, V H-1 e FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 510 Woodland Street, Nashville, Tennessee ALABAMA DISTRICT ls For T.N.C. 1O070! Dis+ric+ Parsonage and Headquarfers Roufe I, Box I80-M, Helena, Alabama Reeford L. Chaney, Disfrici' Superinfendeni THE GEORGIA DISTRICT Said fe! TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE TRUSTEES MACK ANDERSON BRUCE B HALL W E M CUMBER J G FOSKEY ww! flue CAM of 1967 Disfricf Su periniendenf DISTRICT OFFICERS MRS JOYCE HUFF P N W M S REV WAYNE MILLS P N Y P S REV RALPH HERRICK Ch Ch hS h I BER REV W E M CUM S 'r y REV BRUCE B HALL T TREVECCA has our support-with our prayers-our money and our Youth. reefingfi, Kfafizi 0 f 967 EASTERN KENTUCKY DISTRICT Disfricf Assembly Junior-Hi Camp ,...... Boys' and Girls' 'Camp . . . InsI'iI'uIe ....... DisI'ric'I' Camp Meeiing ..., DISTRICTI' ADVISORY BOARD Rev. John Howald. Jr. Dr. Lawrence B. Hicks Audra Abney Lewis K. Edwards DR. D. S. SOMERVILLE Dis+ric+ Superiniendem' DEPARTMENTAL LEADERS ..JuIy I9-20 . . . .July 3-7 . . .July 24-28 .Au'g'us+ 7-I I Augusi I4-20 TREVECCA TRUSTEES Dr. D. S. Somerville Dr. Lawrence B. Hicks E. H. Sfeenbergen Lewis K. Edwards . . . Chairman, Church School Board Rev. Jack S+one . . . ....... 'Presidenh N.Y.P.S. Mrs. D. S. Somerville . . . 'Presidenh 'N-W-M-S- Rev. Rodger A'l'woocI . . . . . Junior Supervisor KENTUCKY and TREVECCA March On In Tl"lE DECADE OF CHALLENGE Lil - . 8, lg. T V I H? Ai" ' N7 ' E ' ' ' M522 -19 M 5 . E 31 x bf I X v:Ag,', ! 3.5 fs T. 'il ' ,- if '- Q E ' if l n ' ' 3 of-1 T 41' ,. , E E .- :-f ' 4' ,S- Ken+uclcians ai' TNC in I967 KENTUCKY DISTRICT PERSONNEL Dis'I'ric+ Superinfendeni' Dallas Bagge'H TNC Trus'l'ees Dallas BaggeH, Hadley Hall, Advisory-Board Officers Coolidge 'Granf . . Bob Madison . . . Mrs. Dallas BaggeH' Marvin Appleby . Eudell Milby . . O. C. Huff, Richard Thompson Oren Thrasher. Roy Wells, Kennefh Rice, E. J. Milby . .Church Schools . . N.Y.P.S. Presideni' . . . . N.W.M.S. Presideni' . . . . . .Secre'I'ary . . Treasurer W. Charles Oliver Dist. Supt. .fl Dan l'lami'l'er Dist. NYPS Pres. BOOSTING Mississippi District Advisory Board Rev. Bill JeH'on 'Secretary Trevecca Nazarene College Supported by Every Department Rev. 'Claude Galloway 4 8 .fm T C. E. England .,.K ,.,.... Ot The Mississippi District J. C. Tousley y Fred Ferraez T- N- C- Dist. Church School Chairman WITH CUR PRAYERS YOUTH F'NAN'CE5 ouR STUDENTS Mrs. Charles Oliver Dist. NWMS Pres. CONGRATULATES THE CLASS 0F 1967 , ,,. p -s" fx ,ex . 4 V, ' ' T l tt X Jim Allen Chariot-te Bullock Robert Carter Carolyn Lowery Deborah Parker Mgcgmb Bethlehem Columbus Picayune Jackson J are in K K x A Q-1 ,, 'TQ' iijr k ' . .L Diane Parker Eddie Parrish Karen Parrish Ole Powell BillY J09 WOOJS Jackson Jackson Jackson McComb JaCltS0h THE NORTH CAROLINA DISTRICT Expresses CorcIiaI Appreciation for our Trevecca -bi U Rev. T. C. Sand-ers D'S+' SUPI' Mrs. T. C. Sander N.W.M.S. Pres. May We Continue To meer each other's needs Rev. J. M. Wienecke Church Sch. Bd. Chmn. Rev. Larry S'miI'h N.Y.P.S. Pres. SCUTH CARCLINA DISTRICT Church ot the Nazarene Congratulates the Class ot 1967 and Salutes Our Palmetto Students .-11..- Vivian Blaclcwelder . Steven Britton . . Billie Jean Cline Terry Hutto . J. W. Johnson . Anne Lozier . . . James Dean Miller Walter Motley . . Dale Linzett Myers Brenda O'Neal . . Mary Anne Spinlcs . Jimmy Taylor . . . George Whitten . Wally Dorn . . ,. Ruth Downing . Betty Henderson . Thomas Ponce . John Powell . . . Linda Quick . . James Sanford . . Coleman Saylors . ,frs I. ul . . Fort Mill . . Darlington . . . .Cayce . . . Fort Mill . .Winnsboro . . .Hanahan . . . . . Bath . . . Sumter First . . . . Bennettsville . Hartsville First . . . Fort Mill West Columbia . . . Columbia Charleston First . . . Fort Mill . . . . . Bath . . . Langley . . . Langley . . . Bennettsville Wallace . . . . . . .Langley . . . Fort Mill DR. OTTO STUCKI, District Superintendent TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE TRUSTEES J. S. Lee Harold M. Li-ner Otto Stuclci ,I In S I law-1 I I -fb ,Il ,J , rf E 1 15 I , 1 Keilh Vennum Presidenl' I OFFICERS Gary Sfreil' Vice-Presidenl' Ellen Phillips DARDA mf ' 1 I -.A E. Drell Allen Faculiy Advisor Secrelary PUBLICATIONS Nancy Carrer Herb McMilllan 'ffl' ORGAN ZATIONS II I 4 11 fe: I - if 'lll ll: ,- 'il ' - .- galil I A, if Ozzie Smifh Trevecca A'I'l1le'I'ic Associarion Mike Cowan. Paul Belcher FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE CLASSES TREV-ECHOES Carson Fluhariy Chrisfian Workers Associalion -il Louise S-Iembridge JUNIOR Sharon Hall SENIOR ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF TREVECCA NAZARENE COLLEGE Srriving +o Upholcl +I1e Ideals of Trevecca by Sewing 'Ihe lnI'eresI's of our Fellow Sfuclenls KNOWN AS VOLUME DEAIER IN HIGH OUAIITY NORNS COL'-'NS LATE Mona AMERICAN plqofog raphers AND FOREIGN CARS V CALL Us ANYTIME We poditivelv br mt 398 Murfreesboro Road Phone 255 I5l2 Rent Speedometer or NASHVILLE fe- groove Tirea EflfogfriiloEZ'ir2"EoZ?5fl'rUs' COM PLIM E NTS BANK TERMS - WRITTEN WARRANTY OF 254.5641 WALDRUM'S YOUR SUPERIOR REXALL STORE VOLKSWAGEN Mums 'Nc' ooo ,4r.fAorroor! 'Uofkoworooo Bobo -Sorrozoo-For-fo ono Murfreesboro Road Noorrvmo, Te M18 ezo MURFREESBORO RD. AT THE UN DERR Ass Phone 256-2654 GREER'S CAFETERIA gy Our Charcoal Slealcs cooked riglmf before your eyes! INTOXICATING BEVERAGES PROHIBITED 407 Murfreesboro Roacl Nashville. TGHHSSS -L.


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